Ancient, British and World Coins, Medallions and B... (8 & 9 December 2014) - Auction Report

Gross Total £502,210 (£602,652 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots 1,283
Exchange rate of the GB pound US $1.56 and €1.27

Principal Lots
Lot no.

2128 Saloninus, as Caesar, Aureus, Rome, 256 AD, £70,000 (£84,000)
2156-2238 British Coins from the Collection formed by the late Richard Law, £41,720 (£50,064)
2001-2111 Roman Coins from the Collection formed by the late David Hendy, £19,475 (£23,370)
2239-2265 The late Jim Sazama Collection of Medieval Coins (Part XIV), £10,690 (£12,828)
3093-3123 Medals of Yorkshire from the Collection formed by the late Richard Law, £9,260 (£11,112)
2533 Victoria, Proof set, 1887, Crown to Threepence, £9,200 (£11,040)
2535 Victoria, Proof set, 1893, Crown to Threepence, £7,800 (£9,360)
3205-3235 A Good Group of Medals relating to American Colonial History, £7,770 (£9,324)
2941-2979 A Collection of Jetons, the property of a Gentleman, £7,580 (£9,096)
2447 George II, Five Guineas, 1729 EIC, £7,500 (£9,000)
2534 Victoria, Proof set, 1893, Crown to Threepence, £7,500 (£9,000)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions
2147 The second coin is of Caracalla, not Antoninus Pius
2148 The first coin is of Valerian, not Balbinus
2150 There are 3 Macedonian coins and the Greek coins are silver, total 5 pieces
2694 13 pieces in the lot, as described
3070 5 pieces in the lot, as described
3148 The swivel suspender on the first medal is broken
3154 The reference is E 1139a

The following lot was withdrawn before the auction:
2817