Coins, Tokens and Historical Medals (18 & 19 September 2019) - Auction Report

Gross Total: £899,140 (£1,114, 933 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots: 1,420
Sell-through rate: 88.4%
Exchange rate of the GB pound: US $1.24 and €1.11

Principal Lots
Lot no.
1001-1390. British Coins from the Collection of Dr John Tooze, £231,495 (£287,054)
1391-1410. Gold Coins of Elizabeth I from the Collection formed by Walter Wilkinson, £150,850 (£187,054)
1411-1466. A Collection of Elizabeth II Coins and Proof Sets in precious metals, £101,550 (£125,922)
1401. Elizabeth I, sixth issue, Ryal, £50,000 (£62,000)
1648. Victoria, Proof Five Pounds, 1893, £36,000 (£44,640)
2031-2081. A Small Collection of European Thalers and their Fractions, £20,820 (£25,817)
1407. Elizabeth I, sixth issue, Pound, £16,000 (£19,840)
1399. Elizabeth I, sixth issue, Sovereign, £12,000 (£14,880)
1529. James I, third coinage, Rose Ryal, £12,000 (£14,880)
1745. George V, Proof set, 1911, £12,000 (£14,880)
1394. Elizabeth I, second issue, gold Halfcrown, ex Cassal and Lockett, £11,000 (£13,640)
1556. Charles II, first issue, Unite, ex Bridgewater House, £10,000 (£12,400)
1579. William and Mary, Five Guineas, 1691, £9,500 (£11,780)
1400. Elizabeth I, sixth issue, Sovereign, £9,000 (£11,160)
1447. Elizabeth II, gold Proof 50 Pence collection, 2009, £9,000 (£11,160)
2351. Sarawak, James Brooke, Keping, 1841, in brass, £9,000 (£11,160)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions:
1399. There is graffiti on the Queen’s gown
1462. The date is 2017
1608. The date is 1739, MCE 292
1617. The date is 1785, MCE 389
1819. The first coin is class Va3
1852. The first coin is dated 1843
1900. 7 coins in the lot, as described; contained in a modern fitted case

Withdrawn Lots
The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
1612, 1613, 1615, 1827, 1971, 2203, 2209 and 2223