18 September 2020
Welcome to B and G Coins Virtual Coin Fair stand. Many of you will know us from our attendance at coin fairs such as our regular visit to the National Motorcycle Museum.
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Lovely example being evenly toned, well struck and flat
Southwark mint, moneyer Brihtlaf
bare headed bust left, in front, a sceptre, rev. short cross voided with CRUX in angles
N.770; S.1148, GVF
American Interest. Commemorative Medal, George II, Indian Treaty of Easton Medal or the Quaker Duffield medal, 1757, by Edward Duffield, US Mint strike in silvered bronze, laureate and armoured bust of the King l., GEORGIVS II DEI GRATIA, rev. a Quaker in hat and frock-coat, holding up a peace-pipe, seated below a tree and across a fire facing an Indian, radiant sun above, + LET US LOOK TO THE MOST HIGH WHO BLESSED OUR FATHERS WITH PEACE, in ex. 1757, 43.5mm. (Jamieson fig. 8; MI.682/399; Eimer 654; Betts 401; J. J. Ford, XVI, 17 October, 2006, lot 45), a pleasant and well struck example, an inventory number once inked below bust, pierced at top, usual obverse die flaw runs from edge by R of GEORGIVS to mouth and beyond, good very fine.
Halfpenny 1772 GEORIVS error, S3774. Trace of lustre and some iridescence around the details. GEF
Farthing 1714 Queen Anne Pattern, S3625 Rich Chocolate tone
A delightful Example of this sought after coin, GEF
George III Halfpenny 1795 Pattern late Soho by Kuchler Copper, tie-ribands detached from knot, reverse rusty die on lower drapery
Peck 1044, KH 4, brown carbon spot to r. of bust, NFDC, very rare
Edward VII (1901-10), Matt Proof silver Crown, 1902, bare head right, DES below truncation for engraver George William De Saulles, Latin legend and toothed border surrounding, EDWARDVS VII DEI: GRA: BRITT: OMN: REX FID: DEF: IND: IMP:, rev. St George and dragon right, date in exergue, B.P. initials to upper right for designer Benedetto Pistrucci, edge inscribed in raised letters, DECUS ET TUTAMEN * ANNO REGNI II *, weight 28.30g (Bull 3562; ESC 362; L&S 2; Davies 1530; S.3979). Superb Even Grey Matt Tone,
The Finest we have seen and practically as struck.
Absolutely Choice Proof FDC
German New Guinea 5 Marks 1894A, obv. palm wreath around denomination & date, rev. Bird of Paradise perched on branch;
27.78g, .900 silver, low mintage of 19,000; a few very minor contact marks, very good edge, an attractive coin and Rare
KM# 7, AEF
Edward VII Florin 1904. This Florin is the best we have seen and as close to being ‘as struck’ as you might find.
S3981, Choice BU
Charles II Halfcrown 1675. A great example of this much collected series.
Prov. Ex-Baldwins, some lustre and lightly toned. S3367, GVF
George II Shilling 1718. First Laur. and dr. bust. Rev: Roses and Plumes in angles
Prov: Ex-Baldwins, S3645, Small graze on cheek and attractively toned, GEF/AU
MALTA, EMMANUEL DE ROHAN (1775-1797) GOLD 20-SCUDI 1778.
CUIRASSED BUST RIGHT. REV CROWNED DOUBLE SHIELD OVER S.20 DATE ON REVERSE. LEAVES ON RIM (R&S 3; F 43) KM 312 16G
IN NGC HOLDER GRADED AU55 RARE THUS
First Year of issue. In London Mint presentation box and CoA. VF/GVF
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