The Collection of Engraved Coins formed by the late Richard Law

Date of Auction: 11th February 2015

Sold for £150

Estimate: £100 - £150

England, Edward VII, Sixpence [1902-10], half of rev. planed flat and engraved (Au Revoir [but] not Good Bye, Dec. 6 1910); Threepence, 1910, gilt and set with stone; George V, Halfcrowns (3), 1915 (2), obvs. engraved (E.J. Rich Attested Decr. 8th 1915, No. 195; D.L.I. and bugle), [1911-19], rev. planed flat and machine-engraved with arms and supporters of Pery, Earls of Limerick; Shilling [1911-19], rev. engraved (Richmond, May 27 1912, 50 Yards); Sixpence [1925-7], rev. planed flat and engraved with the Lord’s Prayer [7]. Varied state £100-150

Footnote

Provenance: Third bt M. Beaumont March 2013; fifth bt M. Crofts June 2011.

D.L.I. = Durham Light Infantry