British Coins, British and European Jetons Numisma... (4 & 5 December 2013) - Auction Report

Gross Total £423,905 (£508,686 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots 997
Exchange rate of the GB pound US $1.63 and €1.20

Principal Lots
Lot no.

2001-2147 British Hammered Coins from the Collection of James T. Joyner, £95,785 (£114,942)
2325-2374 British Hammered Coins from a Private Collection, the property of a Gentleman, £72,080 (£86,496)
2148-2278 British Hammered Coins from the Collection of Dr Paul Lewis, £24,870 (£29,844)
2744-2860 The Collection of Jetons formed by the late George Berry, £17,100 (£20,520)
2279-2324 The late Jim Sazama Collection of Medieval Coins (Part X), £8,800 (£10,560)
2043 Edward the Martyr Penny, Reform type, Stamford, ex Grantley, Argyll and Norweb, £6,500 (£7,800)
2414 Edward III, Pre-Treaty period, Noble, London, series B, £6,500 (£7,800)
2662 Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1905, £5,000 (£6,000) 2035 Edward the Elder, Penny, Bust Crowned type, ex Forum Hoard, Drabble and Barnes, £4,900 (£5,880)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions
2293 Two coins are pierced
2326 The coin has an edge split
2408 EMC 2013.0128. The moneyer's name has been tentatively reconstructed as Thodred (Martin Allen, pers. comm.)
2434 The coin has a small crack in the centre
2587 This is a coin of Bolivia, Potosí mint
2594 The date is 1814, ESC 977
2671 The Maundu coins are dated 1906
2684 Condition is extremely fine but coin has probably been removed from a ring-mount
2727 Both coins are Thirty Shillings
2736 The date is 1688
2964 6 pieces in the lot, as described
2981 2 copies of the 1993 volume, 21 volumes in total
2988 6 volumes in the lot, as described

The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
2012, 2672 and 2976