The Collection of Engraved Coins formed by the late Richard Law

Date of Auction: 11th February 2015

Sold for £180

Estimate: £100 - £150

England, William and Mary, Halfcrown, 1689 primo, first shield, obv. engraved (V.M.S.), Shilling [1692-3], obv. engraved (G.R. 1795), rev. planed flat and engraved (E.P. 1798); William III, Halfcrowns (4), Exeter [1696-7] (2), one with obv. engraved (At 2 in the Morning), rev. planed flat and engraved with a horse’s head (G.R. Ushall Born Novemr. 10 1791), other obv. engraved (M.S., S.S.), rev. engraved (I.C. 1776 and a flower), 1697 nono, obv. engraved (S), rev. engraved (I.S.), 1698 decimo, creased as a love token, Shillings (3), 1696, rev. engraved (S.P., E.R. around heart and arrows, retrograde inscription dated 1714 around), [1696-7]c, obv. engraved with two hearts and arrow, rev. engraved (E.R.M., Love and Frienship in our hearts), [1696-7], rev. planed flat and engraved (The Gift of Richard Madox), Sixpences (2), one 1696, both creased as love tokens [11]. Varied state £100-150

Footnote

Provenance: First bt H. Brown September 2003; third bt in Wakefield April 2002