Warwick and Warwick Coins Auction Report 16th August 2017

17th August 2017

The sun was shining on our 16th August Coins auction and there was plenty on offer to tempt keen bidders with over 550 lots to choose from.

We began with Celtic coins and this Dobunni gold stater which realised £495. 


In the hammered coins section this Henry VIII crown of the double rose sold for £2,006.


Moving on to milled British coins this Cromwell 1658 half crown achieved £1,652.


This Charles II 1683 half crown realised £1,357. 


And this William and Mary 1689 guinea sold for £2,183


This 1841 half crown graded as good very fine achieved £3,658.


And this beautiful 1847 Gothic crown realised £1,770


In the gold coins section this 1817 sovereign sold for £1,062. 


This George IV rare date 1828 sovereign achieved £3,540.


And this William IV 1837 sovereign graded as nearly uncirculated realised £3,776.


In the world coins section this France Francis I ecu d’or sold for £271.


This German states Saxe-Weimar 1658 Thaler achieved £472. 


And this USA 1805/4 50 cents realised £483


Our next coin auction will be held on Wednesday 18th October 2017. Look out for the full catalogue for this sale, which will appear on our website in the next few weeks. Also keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook pages which will include updates of our latest auction news.

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