Coins (12 November 2015) - Auction Report

Gross Total £582,980 (£699,576 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots 662
Exchange rate of the GB pound US $1.52 and €1.41

Principal Lots
Lot no.

140-365 The Paul Cattermole Collection of Sixpences (Part II), £71,000 (£85,200)
366-517 Coins of Charles I from the Lyall Collection, £66,725 (£80,070)
1-139 The Collection of British and European Coins formed by the late Julian Birch, £52,635 (£63,162)
549 Charles I, Oxford, Triple Unite, 1643, £44,000 (£52,800)
560 Anne, Five Guineas, 1706, ex Douglas-Morris, £44,000 (£52,800)
561 Anne, Five Guineas, 1706, £36,000 (£43,200)
556 William and Mary, Five Guineas, 1692, £30,000 (£36,000)
579 Victoria, Proof set, 1887, £30,00 (£36,000)
563 George II, Guinea, 1745 LIMA, £26,000 (£31,200)
555 Charles II, Pattern Farthing, 1665, in gold, £17,000 (£20,400)
541 Elizabeth I, Fine Sovereign, mm. tun, £14,000 (£16,800)
574 Victoria, Proof Crown, 1839, £13,000 (£15,600)
544 James I, Second coinage, Rose Ryal, mm. rose, £10,000 (£12,000)
552 Charles II, Five Guineas, 1676, £9,000 (£10,800)
559 William III, Five Guineas, 1701, £8,500 (£10,200)
526 William I, Penny, Profile type with bust right, Chester, £8,000 (£9,600)
548 Charles I, Shrewsbury, Halfcrown, 1642, £6,000 (£7,200)
416 Charles I, Shilling, Gp C, mm. plume, ex Neck, Webb, Murdoch and Farquhar, £5,000 (£6,000)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions
42 The moneyer is Leofric
47 The coin has a small internal stress crack
135 12 coins in the lot, as described
342 4 coins in the lot, as described
365 20 coins in the lot, as described
541 The coin has possibly been removed from a ring mount
561 The obverse has been lightly worked in the hair
568 The coin is in bronzed-copper, the references BMC 1523 [KP 30], Selig 1300
631 The weight is 8.22g

The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
520 and 619