Coins and Historical Medals

To be Sold on: 2nd February 2021

Estimate: £6,000 - £8,000

Ireland, George III, Pattern mule Penny, 1813, by T. Wyon, in copper, laureate bust right, rose below, rev. crowned harp, edge centre-grained, 18.89g/6h (DF 612; Prid. Ceylon 263; KM. Pn41). Trifling spots, otherwise virtually as struck, of the highest rarity; said to be only three specimens known [slabbed NGC PF 65 BN] £6,000-£8,000

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Ireland, George III, Pattern mule Penny, 1813, by T. Wyon, in copper, laureate bust right, rose below, rev. crowned harp, edge centre-grained, 18.89g/6h (DF 612; Prid. Ceylon 263; KM. Pn41). Trifling spots, otherwise virtually as struck, of the highest rarity; said to be only three specimens known [slabbed NGC PF 65 BN] £6,000-£8,000
Provenance: R.J. Ford Collection, Taisei/Baldwin/Gillio Auction 19 (Singapore), 23 February 1995, lot 253; with Baldwin December 2000; DNW Auction 85, 17 March 2010, lot 769