The Collection of Engraved Coins formed by the late Richard Law

Date of Auction: 11th February 2015

Sold for £210

Estimate: £120 - £150

England, Victoria, Crown, 1890, obv. engraved (B.P. from J.D., Forget Me Not); Halfcrowns (2), 1876, obv. engraved (Enlisted Toddington 10/12/15), 1879, obv. engraved (E.L.K. Decr. 31 1879); Florins (5), 1873 (2), one obv. engraved (J.A.S. Aug 75), other rev. planed flat and engraved (Lizzie), 1881, rev. planed flat and engraved with monogram, 1883, fused with the obv. of a Penny [1895-1901], 1884, rev. planed flat and engraved with lady working in cotton mill; Shillings (4), 1844, obv. engraved (H. Thomas Drowned 22 March 1869), [1838-87], rev. planed flat and engraved (Mary, from James), 1887 Jubilee (2), one side planed flat and engraved (Jack, For Auld Lang Syne; R.A.O.B., Nemo Mortalium Omnibus); Sixpences (2), 1889, rev. engraved (G.I. and crest), [1893-1901], rev. engraved (My Sweetheart T.D.U.D.P.); Threepence [1838-87], fretworked [15]. Varied state, first 1873 Florin toned £120-150

Footnote

Provenance: First bt September 2010.

T.D.U.D.P. = Till Death Us Do Part