British Coins List November 2023 (Part II)

The latest British coins stock update has arrived, and there are plenty of Gold and Silver RARE British coins. Some of the highlights are high-grade examples of Gold coins from the reigns of Charles II, George IV, and George II.

As for silver coins, we're bringing you a Charles I Tower Mint Crown, a William III Forty Shillings from Scotland, and even an Edward the Confessor Penny.Don't miss out!

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Charles I (1625-1649), Crown, Tower Mint, Group III Type 3a m.m. Crown_obv

Charles I, Crown, Tower Mint Group III Type 3a m.m. Fine/Very Fine

(over Bell reverse). Third horseman, rev: oval shield without CR. S2758. Weak spot to the obverse, otherwise F/VF. A respectable example of this wonderful large Crown.
£2,250.00
Edward the Confessor, Penny, Sovereign and Eagles Type (1056-1059). BMC IX, S.1181_obv

Edward the Confessor, Penny, Sovereign and Eagles Type (1056-1059). BMC IX, S.1181.

Obv. King enthroned holding orb. Rev Cross with eagles in angles. An enchanting example of this remarkable coin, Nearly Extremely Fine and highly desirable.
£1,350.00
George I, Gold Guinea, 1715, Second Laureate Head. Very Fine_obv

George I, Gold Guinea, 1715, Second Laureate Head. Very Fine

With red tone, a nice example of this Scarce coin.
£2,350.00
George IV, Crown, 1821 SECUNDO, Good Extremely Fine_obv

George IV, Crown (SECUNDO) 1821 Good Extremely Fine

Nicely toned, a very appealing example of this short-lived issue.
£1,150.00
Scotland, William III, Forty Shillings (OCTAVO) 1696 Nearly Extremely Fine_obv

Scotland, William III, Forty Shillings (OCTAVO) 1696 Nearly Extremely Fine

Rare, just a couple of harlines to the obverse. Catalogues £2,150 in EF.
£1,450.00
Victoria, Halfcrown (Young Head) 1874 Gem Unc_obv

Victoria, Halfcrown (Young Head) 1874 Gem Unc

An outstanding example and Gem Uncirculated.
£725.00