Ancient Coins and Artefacts, World Coins, Tokens a... (30 September 2013) - Auction Report


Gross Total £302,575 (£363,090 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots 567
Exchange rate of the GB pound US $1.61 and €1.19

Principal Lots
Lot no.

3382 Australia, New South Wales, Holey Dollar, 1813, ex Gibbs and Chesser, £160,000 (£192,000)
3125-3380 World Coins and Tokens from the Collection formed by Allan Vayle, £45,350 (£54,420)
3394 Australia, George V, Penny, 1920, Calcutta die, no dot, £8,800 (£10,560)
3001-3025 Ancient Coins from the Collection of Dr Paul Lewis, £5,260 (£6,312)
3067 Septimius Severus, Aureus, Rome, 195, £5,200 (£6,240)
3062 Trajan, Aureus, Rome, 98-9, £3,100 (£3,720)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions
3326 16 pieces in the lot, sold as viewed
3383 Slabbed in PCGS holder, graded AU Details – Genuine Cleaning
3435 The coin is not unique; another specimen was published in Poland in 1975

The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
3270, 3271, 3354, 3358 and 3391