Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 75

September Pre Long Beach


World Crowns and Minors
 
 
Lot Photo Description Realized
Lot 4288
  Germany. Lot of Goetz Medals: Kienast-19 (Struck white metal, 22.5 mm, Luitpold of Bavaria); Kienast-84 (Struck bronze, 45 mm. Semper, Wedding medal); Kienast-244 (Model for 244, in whitemetal or lead, 54 mm. Bust of Rupprecht of Bavaria); Kienast-601 (Struck white metal oval, 40 x 50 mm. Santa Claus). Lot of 4 Medals. Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $150 - 200
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$184
Lot 4289
  German States. Lot: Brandenburg. 2/3 Taler, 1690. KM-557; Dav-273. Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. Taler, 1597. Dav-9091. Mounted, Very Good: Hannover. 2/3 Taler, 1826-B. KM-142; Stoleberg. 2/3 Taler, 1717-IIG. KM-165;. Lot of 4 coins. Fine to Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $350 - 400
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$529
Lot 4290
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.938. Kings of Mercia. Burgred, 852-874. Bust right. Bold strike and attractively toned. NGC graded AU-55. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $1,200 - 1,500
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Realized
$1,064
Lot 4291
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1129; North-741. Eadgar, 959-975. Moneyer, Isembert. Small cross. Reverse: Moneyer's name in two lines. NGC graded AU-55. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,200
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Realized
$949
Lot 4292
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1146. Aethelred II, 978-1016. Second Hand type. Crack through the flan at 9 o'clock. Toned. NGC graded AU-53. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $800 - 1,000
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Realized
$776
Lot 4293
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1157. Cnut, 1016-1035. Quatrefoil type. Crowned bust left. Peck mark on bust. Toned. NGC graded AU-50. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $350 - 400
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Realized
$322
Lot 4294
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1158. Cnut, 1016-1035. Helmet type. Lincoln mint. Reads WULFINE ON LINCOLN. Well struck, bright and original with a strong portrait. NGC graded AU-58. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $500 - 550
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Realized
$604
Lot 4295
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1158. Cnut, 1016-1035. Pointed Helmet type. NGC graded About Uncirculated, Details (Peck Marked). Estimated Value $300 - 350
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Realized
$253
Lot 4296
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1159. Cnut, 1016-1035. Lincoln mint. BRIHTRIC ON LINC. Nice original coin, well centred and lustrous with an excellent portrait. NGC graded MS-62. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $500 - 600
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Realized
$483
Lot 4297
  Withdrawn Unsold
Lot 4298
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1174. Edward The Confessor, 1042-1066. Trefoil Quadrilateral type. NGC graded EF-45. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $300 - 400
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Realized
$334
Lot 4299
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1257. William I, The Conqueror, 1066-1087. Paxs type. Sharply struck with attractive toning. NGC graded MS-61. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $1,500 - 2,000
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Realized
$1,208
Lot 4300
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1257. William I, The Conqueror, 1066-1087. Paxs type. Facing bust. Bold strike. Toned. NGC graded EF-45. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $400 - 500
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Realized
$552
Lot 4301
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.1344. Henry II, 1154-1189. NGC graded VF-35. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $125 - 150
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Realized
$127
Lot 4302
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.Incorrect number on holder. Henry III, 1216-1272. Long cross type without sceptre. NGC graded EF-45. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $75 - 100
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Realized
$115
Lot 4303
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.1859. Henry VI, 1422-1461. Calais mint. Toned. NGC graded VF-30. Estimated Value $150 - 175
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Realized
$207
Lot 4304
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.1875. Henry VI, 1422-1461. Pinecone-mascle issue, 1431-33. Calais mint. Toned. NGC graded EF-40. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $250 - 350
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Realized
$529
Lot 4305
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.1908. Henry VI, 1422-1461. Trefoil issue, 1438-43. London mint. Facing bust. Bold strike and attractively toned. NGC graded EF-45. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $200 - 250
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Realized
$345
Lot 4306
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.1915. Henry VI, 1422-1461. Leaf-pellet issue, 1445-54. Toned. NGC graded EF-45. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $250 - 300
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Realized
$276
Lot 4307
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.1970. Edward IV, 1461-1485. First reign. Heavy coinage, 1461-4. Attractively toned with a trace of underlying luster. NGC graded AU-58. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $400 - 500
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Realized
$661
Lot 4308
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.1974. Edward IV, 1461-1483. Heavy coinage, 1461-4. Facing bust. Well struck with attractive toning. NGC graded AU-50. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $1,200 - 1,500
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Unsold
Lot 4309
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.1997. Edward IV, 1461-1485. Light coinage, 1464-70. Quartrefoils at neck. London mint. Mint mark, rose. Facing bust. NGC graded AU-53. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $300 - 350
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Realized
$391
Lot 4310
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.2199A. Henry VII, 1485-1509. Class IIid. Mint mark, Anchor. Facing bust type. Very Fine. Estimated Value $150 - 200
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Realized
$150
Lot 4311
Great Britain. Penny, ND. S.2328. Henry VIII, 1509-1547. First coinage. 'Sovereign' type. London mint. Toned. NGC graded VF-30. Estimated Value $150 - 175
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Realized
$127
Lot 4312
Great Britain. Groat, ND. S.2370. Henry VIII, 1509-1547. Third coinage. Tower mint. Facing bust. Weak legends with edge crack. Bold portrait. Toned. NGC graded EF-45. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $400 - 500
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Realized
$368
Lot 4313
Great Britain. Halfgroat, ND. S.2411. Henry VIII, 1509-1548. Posthumous issue. London. Nice Fine. Estimated Value $100 - 150
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Realized
$127
Lot 4314
Great Britain. Shilling, ND. S.2482. Edward VI, 1547-1553. Fine silver issue, 1551-3. Mint mark, Y. Facing bust. Scratches in the fields. About Very Fine. Estimated Value $150 - 200
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Realized
$138
Lot 4315
Great Britain. Sixpence, 1578. S.2572. Elizabeth I, 1558-1601. Fifth issue. Mint mark, Greek Cross. About Very Fine. Estimated Value $150 - 175
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Realized
$161
Lot 4316
Great Britain. Shilling, ND. S.2577. Elizabeth I, 1558-1603. Sixth issue. Mint mark, Hand (1590-92). Double striking on obverse and surface stain by face, scratches and lightly cleaned. NGC graded Very Fine, Details (Surface Hairlines). Estimated Value $200 - 250
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Realized
$253
Lot 4317
Great Britain. Halfgroat, ND. S.2834. Charles I, 1625-1649. Fifth ' Aberystwyth' bust type. Mint mark, Anchor. Toned. NGC graded EF-45. Estimated Value $125 - 175
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$138
Lot 4318
Great Britain. Death and Memorial Medal, 1649. Eimer 158. Medallic Illustrations volume 1, 341/190. By R. Rawlins. Dated 1648, in the old style. Obverse, armoured and draped bust of King left, CAROLVS.D:G: MAG: BRIT. FRAN: ET HIB REX. FIDEI. DEFENSOR. Reverse, island rock buffeted by a severe storm. IMMOTA. TRIVMPHANS ('Triumphing unmoved'). Pristine mint state with superb dark blue toning over mirror fields. Rarely seen these days in high grade. Much finer than the Eimer catalogue plate coin, and presumed to be the finest known specimen. This medal appears to be struck on a slightly heavier (piedfort) flan than usual (approximately.10 grams) and is probably an early striking or presentation piece. Excessively rare in this condition. NGC graded MS-64. WINGS Approved.
* This medal, the theme of which is the fortitude of King Charles I in the face of terrible danger, draws from this passage in Dryden's Aeneid.
'But, like a rock unmov'd, a rock that braves.
The raging tempest and the rising waves,
Propp'd on himself he stands: his solid sides
Washed off the sea-weeds, and the sounding tides,
So stood the pious prince unmov'd; and long
Sustain'd the madness of the noisy throng.'. Estimated Value $1,600 - 1,800
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Realized
$2,530
Lot 4319
Great Britain. 4 Pence, 1676. ESC-1847A. Overdate 7/6. Charles II. Light tan toning with a trace of luster. NGC graded AU-55. Estimated Value $125 - 150
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Realized
$161
Lot 4320
Great Britain. Maundy Set, 1677. ESC-2373. Charles II. In custom plastic holder. Lot of 4 coins. Fine to Very Fine. Estimated Value $150 - 200
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Realized
$265
Lot 4321
Great Britain. Maundy Set, 1687. ESC-2382. James II. In custom plastic holder. Toned. Lot of 4 coins. Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $300 - 350
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Realized
$483
Lot 4322
Great Britain. Threepence, 1694. S.3439; ESC-1997. William and Mary. Uncirculated gem with golden tone. Nicely struck, and with lots of eye appeal. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $250 - 300
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Realized
$546
Lot 4323
Great Britain. Crown, 1695. S.3470; ESC-86. Septimo Obverse portrait of William III right. First bust with round collar. Reverse, crowned cruciform shields. Mint state with lots of original luster. Well struck, with nice surfaces under a pleasant pastel blue old tone. Cinquefoil stops (instead of the usual crosses) on edge. The rarer variety (the Spink catalogue rates the cinquefoil stops version as being around 60% more valuable than the usual type. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $3,000 - 3,500
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Realized
$8,625
Lot 4324
Great Britain. Crown, 1695. S.3470; Dav-3781. William III. Scratches. About Very Fine. Estimated Value $250 - 300
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Realized
$219
Lot 4325
Great Britain. Sixpence, 1700. ESC-1579. William III. Deep maroon toning. ANACS graded MS-63. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $550 - 600
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Realized
$460
Lot 4326
Great Britain. Maundy Set, 1706. ESC-2395. Anne. In custom plastic holder. Lot of 4 coins. Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $250 - 300
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Realized
$460
Lot 4327
Great Britain. Shilling, 1708. S.3610; ESC-1147. Queen Anne. Uncirculated, well centered and beautifully toned in shades of green blue and turquoise Free from the usual haymarking and blank filing. NGC graded MS-64. Estimated Value $800 - 900
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Realized
$921
Lot 4328
Great Britain. Threepence, 1717. S.3655; ESC-2015. George I. Superb mint state Much rarer than the sixpences and shillings of this reign in this grade. NGC graded MS-66. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $300 - 400
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Realized
$518
Lot 4329
Great Britain. Shilling, 1723. S.3647; ESC-1176A. George I. SSC, C over SS. Rare escpecially choice with green and blue tone. NGC graded MS-65. Estimated Value $750 - 850
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Realized
$805
Lot 4330
Great Britain. Shilling, 1723. ESC-1176A; S.3647. George I. C/SS variety. NGC graded Uncirculated, Details (Surface Hairlines). Estimated Value $225 - 275
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Realized
$299
Lot 4331
Great Britain. Maundy 1 Pence and 3 Pence, 1743. George II. Young head. Toned. In custom plastic holder. Lot of 2 coins. Almost Uncirculated to Uncirculated. Estimated Value $150 - 175
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Realized
$184
Lot 4332
Great Britain. Maundy Set, 1784. ESC-2417. George III. In custom plastic holder. Toned. Lot of 4 coins. Very Fine to Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $175 - 225
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Realized
$345
Lot 4333
Great Britain. Maundy Set, 1792. ESC-2419. George III. 'Wire Money' In custom plastic holder. Toned. Scarce. Lot of 4 coins. Very Fine. Estimated Value $175 - 225
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Realized
$552
Lot 4334
Great Britain. Dollar, ND. S.3765A; ESC-129. George III. Oval countermark on Mexico 8 Reales, 1780-Mo FF. Attractively toned. NGC graded EF-45. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $400 - 500
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Realized
$575
Lot 4335
Great Britain. Maundy Set, 1800. ESC-2421. George III. In custom plastic holder. Toned. Lot of 4 coins. Extremely Fine to About Uncirculated. Estimated Value $200 - 250
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Realized
$437
Lot 4336
Great Britain. Bank Dollar - 5 Shillings, 1804. S.3768; Dav-101; ESC-144; KM-Tn1. George III. Laureate head right. Reverse: Britannia seated with shield left. Emergency issue, struck over a Spanish 8 Reales. Lightly cleaned. Lustrous. About Uncirculated. Estimated Value $300 - 400
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Realized
$483
Lot 4337
Great Britain. Penny, 1806. S.3780; KM-663. George III. Uncirculated with lovely surfaces and an absence of surface marks which are usually evident on these large early copper coins. NGC graded MS-65 Brown. WINGS Approved. Estimated Value $225 - 275
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Realized
$299



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