Coins, Tokens and Historical Medals (12 - 14 June 2018) - Auction Report

Gross Total: £894,670 (£1,073,604 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots: 2,333
Exchange rate of the GB pound: US $1.33 and €1.14

Principal Lots
Lot no.
1-81. English Coins from the Collection of the late Dr John Hulett (Part V), £60,400 (£72,480)
802. Victoria, Proof set, 1893, £55,000 (£66,000)
1039-1134. The Collection of Irish Gunmoney formed by Barry Allen (Part I), £35,135 (£42,162)
123-243. English Coins from the Collection of the late John Atkinson (Part I), £32,545 (£39,054)
1-122. A Collection of British Coins, the property of a Gentleman, £31,075 (£37,290)
801. Victoria, Proof set, 1887, £30,000 (£36,000)
417-479. British Copper and Bronze Coins from the Collection formed by the late Hiram Brown (Part I), £24,610 (£29,532)
1517-1574. A Collection of 18th Century Tokens and Medals, the property of a Gentleman, £16,850 (£20,220)
804. George V, Proof set, 1911, £15,000 (£18,000)
1682-1773. Tokens and Passes of London from the David Young Collection, £14,285 (£17,142)
1464-1516. The Collection of Yorkshire 17th Century Tokens formed by Christopher Street (Part II), £12,550 (£15,060)
1907. Russia, Second Partition of Poland, 1793, a silver medal by C. Leberecht and J.B. Gass, £12,000 (£14,400)
549. Charles I, Pontefract Shilling, 1648, type I, ex Hird, £10,000 (£12,000)
805. George VI, Proof set, 1937, £10,000 (£12,000)
1233. Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Arsinoë II, Octodrachm, £10,000 (£12,000)
651. George IV, Proof Crown, 1826, £9,000 (£10,800)
1913-1968. Coins of France from the Collection of the late Tony Merson (Part V), £8,350 (£10,020)
1135-1161. Irish Pennies of Edward IV, Edward V and Richard III from the Collection of Oisin Mac Conamhna, £8,220 (£9,864)
1575-1611. British Tokens from the Collection formed by the late Jeffrey Gardiner, £8,175 (£9,810)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions
82. The edges are VICESIMO QVARTO and VICESIMO QVINTO respectively
1195. The undertype is Ferdinand VII
1346. Sold as viewed
1820. The first medal is silver
2176. This is a Half-Rupee, SW 6.214, KM. 491

Withdrawn Lots
The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
866, 903, 1237, 1299, 1868, 2060 and 2207