Coins and Historical Medals (9 & 10 October 2019) - Auction Report

Gross Total: £746,205 (£925,295 including buyers' premium)
Number of lots: 1,615
Exchange rate of the GB pound: US $1.23 and €1.12

Principal Lots
Lot no.
2797-3080. A Collection of Coins of the Indian Sultanates (Part I), £317,345 (£393,508)
3465-3621. A Collection of Historical Medals, the property of a Gentleman (Part I), £104,445 (£129,512)
2142-2222. English Coins from the Collection of the late Dr John Hulett (Part XIV), £34,630 (£42,941)
2939. Sultans of Bengal, Jalal al-din Muhmmad, Second reign, hexagonal Tanka, £30,000 (£37,200)
2799. Sultans of Delhi, Shams al-din Iltutmish, Tanka, 630h, £28,000 (£34,720)
2934. Sultans of Bengal, Jalal al-din Muhmmad, Second reign, Double Tanka, £26,000 (£32,240)
2827. Sultans of Bengal, Mu’izz al-din Muhammad b. Sam, gold Tanka, 601h, £18,000 (£22,320)
2065-2142. English Coins from the Collection of the late Keith Cullum, £17,775 (£22,041)
2843. Sultans of Bengal, Shams al-din Iltutmish, 40 Rati, horseman type, 614h, £17,000 (£21,080)
2812. Sultans of Delhi, Shams al-din Mahmud, gold Tanka, Qal’a Deogir, 718h, £16,000 (£19,840)
2001-2064. British Coins from the Collection formed by J.D.D. Brown, £15,195 (£18,842)
2223-2261 Coins of the Carlisle Mint from the John Mattinson Collection (Part I), £13,785 (£17,093)
2933. Sultans of Bengal, Mahendra Deva, Tanka, Pandunagar, SE 1340, £12,000 (£26,880)
2262-2294. A Collection of Edward IV Groats, £11,125 (£13,795)
2451. Victoria, Sovereign, 1841, £10,000 (£12,400)
3081-3130. Roman Coins from the Collection of the late Keith Cullum (Part III), £9,915 (£12,295)
2811. Sultans of Delhi, Qutb al-din Mubarak, square gold Tanka, Hadrat Dar al-Khilafa, 718h, ex Singh, £9,500 (£11,780)
2755. Victoria, Golden Jubilee, 1887, a gold medal by L.C. Wyon, £7,500 (£9,300)
2886. Sultans of Bengal, Muhammad b. Tughluq, gold Tanka, Salgaon, 734h, £6,500 (£8,060)
3039. Chittagong, Tanka, in the name of Akbar, 965h, £6,000 (£7,440)
2201. Charles I, Aberystwyth mint, Halfcrown, ex Rashleigh, Morrieson, Lockett and Brooker, £5,500 (£6,820)
3078. Sultans of Kashmir, Isma’il Shah I, Mohur, Dar al-Sultanat Kashmir, £5,500 (£6,820)

Saleroom Notices
The following were amendments to the printed catalogue descriptions:
2481. The metal is Anglesey copper, ESC 3682 [402]
3357. This is a coin of German New Guinea
3517. Catalogue illustration is of Lot 3538
3538. Catalogue illustration is of Lot 3517

Withdrawn Lots
The following lots were withdrawn before the auction:
2337, 2773, 2774, 3263, 3264