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Friday 18th March 2011 at The Swedenborg Hall 20-21 Bloomsbury Way
London WC1A 2TH

Price range: £ - £


Lot No. 233
George V - 1911 Ottawa - Gold Sovereign

Estimate: £150 - 180 (EUR 210 - 250; USD 240 - 280)


Lot No. 234
George V - 1918 Perth - Gold Sovereign

Estimate: £150 - 180 (EUR 210 - 250; USD 240 - 280)


Lot No. 235
George V - 1930 Pretoria - Gold Sovereign

Estimate: £150 - 180 (EUR 210 - 250; USD 240 - 280)


Lot No. 236
Ireland - James II 1690 - Pewter Emergency Halfpenny

Estimate: £50 - 70 (EUR 70 - 100; USD 80 - 110)


Lot No. 237
Scottish David I (in the name of Stephen) - Carlisle - Penny

Estimate: £400 - 600 (EUR 560 - 840; USD 630 - 940)


Lot No. 238
Mary - Edinburgh - Bawbee (6d)

Estimate: £30 - 50 (EUR 40 - 70; USD 50 - 80)


Lot No. 239
J. W. 'A Fop' 1799 - Engraved Token

Estimate: £50 - 70 (EUR 70 - 100; USD 80 - 110)


Lot No. 240
Henry Fauntleroy - Banker and Forger - Executed Newgate 1824 - Engraved 1797 Cartwheel Penny

Estimate: £150 - 200 (EUR 210 - 280; USD 240 - 310)


Lot No. 241
Mrs Cole - Women's Suffrage - Engraved 1862 Victoria Penny

Estimate: £40 - 50 (EUR 60 - 70; USD 60 - 80)


Lot No. 242
Advertising Coins - Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper and Borwick's Baking Powder [2]

Estimate: £40 - 60 (EUR 60 - 80; USD 60 - 90)


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and Romano-British Brooches

Roman and Romano-British Brooches
Lot No. 922

Circa 1st-3rd century AD. A mixed group of brooches comprising: a 1st century Hod Hill type brooch with side-lugs; a lozenge brooch with suspension ring and yellow glass cloisons; a cruciform plate brooch with central stud and annular panel; a bow brooch with rectangular flanking wings with black enamel panels; a composite lunate plate brooch with discoid lobes on the outer face; a segmented disc brooch with red enamel triskele against a blue enamel background.

Estimate: £100 - 150 (EUR 140 - 210; USD 160 - 240)


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