Warwick and Warwick Coins Auction Report 17th April 2019

23rd April 2019

The sun was shining, and spring was in the air at our second coin auction of the year. There were 723 lots offered to our keen bidders.

We began with the British hammered coins section. Highlights included this Cnut quatrefoil type penny, graded as extremely fine, which realised £372. 


This Edward III fourth coinage, pre-treaty period noble sold for £1,920.


And this Charles I Tower mint unite achieved £1,800.


In the milled British coins section this Cromwell 1658 crown, graded as good fine/ nearly very fine, realised £1,560, despite having been tooled and artificially toned.


This 1707 crown, graded as good very fine, sold for £750.


This 1741 crown, graded as very fine, achieved £720.


And this 1847 Gothic crown realised £1,980.


There was a good selection of guineas offered in this auction including this 1782 guinea which sold for £870.


And this 1795 spade guinea achieved £600.


However, the highlight of the guineas was this 1745 guinea which realised a whopping £4,920!


In the British gold section this 1817 sovereign, graded MS62 in plastic NGC holder, sold for £2,520.


This 1835 sovereign, graded nearly very fine, achieved £780.


And this 1887 Jubilee Coinage £5 to threepence, 11 coin cased set realised £3,960.


In the world coins section this Polish Thorn 1638 young bust thaler sold for £552.


And this USA 1834 quarter, graded as good extremely fine achieved £444.

Our next coin auction will be held on Wednesday 19th June 2019. 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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