GB & Other Celtic Coins  Roman Republican & Imperial Silver Coins  Roman Bronze Coin up to 300 A.D.  Later Roman Bronze Coin from 301 A.D. Hammered Coins 7th-17th Century 
 GB Pre-Decimal Coins GB Decimal Coins  World Coins, Medallions & Other Coinage Trade Tokens 17th-19th Cent Great Britain & Island Banknotes
Prehistoric to Roman Antiquities Saxon to Tudor Antiquities Antiquities 17th Century to Present Day Cap Badges & Other Militaria World Banknotes 
 Cigarette & Trade Cards Home Page Contact Us About Us Order Details
Hammered Coinage
(click on pictures for larger image)

DESCRIPTION (S = Spink Coins of England)

GRD

CAT.

£

 

Sceatta; c.695-740 A.D., series G type 3a; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£200); very attractive with slight rainbow tone in part; bold detail. OBV: ´Diademed bust looking up, cross in front´; REV: ´Standard square with four ´X´ inside´; (S800)

 

GVF

 

H4277

 

325.00

Edward the Confessor; 1042-1066, cut half Penny facing bust small cross type; bright obverse with lightly toned reverse; good detail & legends. OBV: ´(EADWAER)D RE´; REV: ´(LE……. ON LI)NCOL´; Lincoln mint; (S1183)

NVF

/VF

 

H3972

 

Sold

Aethelred II; 978-1016, cut half Penny long cross type; bright silver, best part of half, bowed with bold detail. OBV: ´(AEDELRED REX) ANGL´; REV: ´(LEOFWI?)NE MO (LVND?)´; (S1151); Oxon.

 

VF

 

H3964

 

64.50

Henry II; 1154-1189 cut half s/c Penny type 1b; very dark patina with light crinkling; some visible detail.

OBV: ´(HENRIC)VS REX´; REV: ´(…..) ON NOR(H)´; Northampton mint; (S1344); Suffolk

 

NF

 

H4306

 

12.95

Henry II; 1154-1189, cut half Tealby Penny probably class A; rare mint; attractive remaining detail & legends. OBV: ´HE(NRICVS R)EX´; REV: ´REINER O(N NORH) ´; Norwich mint; (S1357)

 

VF

 

H3993

 

50.00

Henry II; 1154-1189, cut half s/c Penny; very scarce mint; sometime-cleaned; obverse detail missing with part legend; reverse better. OBV: ´HENRIC(VS REX)´; REV: ´GOD(WINE ON WOR´; Worcester mint; (S1344)

VG/GF

 

H4318

 

17.50

Henry II/Richard I; cut half Penny class 1-2; looks to be uncleaned as found visible detail & legends.

OBV: ´HENRICV(S REX) ´; REV: ´RAVL ON (…..)´; probably London; (S1343-1348)

 

F

 

H3986

 

8.95

Richard I; 1189-1199, Penny class 4b; frequently found in poor shape so this example is much better with decent portrait & much of legends; light crease. OBV: ´HENRICVS REX´; REV: ´WILLELM ON LVND (probably London)´; (S1348C)

GF/GF+

 

H4310

 

75.00

Richard I; 1189-1199, cut half Penny class 4b; collector´s ticket; surface pitting with reasonable remaining detail & legends. OBV: ´(HEN)RECVS R(EX)´; REV: ´STIVEN(E ON LVN)´; (S1348c); Thetford

 

F

 

H4406

 

Sold

Henry III; 1216-1272, cut half l/c Penny class 3b; uncleaned as found with dirt in legends; bold detail with slightly off-struck reverse. OBV: '(NENRICV)S REX III'; REV: '(…..) ON LVND'; (S1363)

 

NVF

 

H3988

 

7.95

Henry III; 1216-1272, cut half l/c Penny class 3b? Very dark tone with visible detail.

OBV: ´(HENRI)CVS REX (III) ´; REV: ´ROGER O(N -----)´; (S1363)

 

VG

 

H3764

 

3.95

Henry III; 1216-1272, s/c Penny class 7b; bit scruffy with portrait worn; mostly full legends.

OBV: ´HENRICVS REX´; REV: ´ILGER ON LVND´; London; (S1356b); Norfolk

 

NF/F

 

H4328

 

Sold

Edward I; 1272-1307, Penny, probably class 10cf; from 1970-2000´s collection; dark tone with attractive portrait; fairly clear legends with couple weak spots. OBV: ´EDWAR ANGL DNS HYB´; REV: ´CIVITAS LONDON´; (S1410-14)

 

F+

 

H4273

 

Sold

Edward I; 1272-1307, Penny class 3; very rough surfaces though all detail & legends appear to be intact.

OBV: ´EDWR ANGL DNS HYB´; REV: ´CIVITAS LONDON´; (S1390-93); Walsall

 

F

 

H4331

 

Sold

Edward I; 1272-1307, Penny class 9a2; collector´s ticket; heavy ghosting of cross & dark tone; obverse slightly double-struck but high grade reverse. OBV: ´EDWR ANGL DNS HYB´; REV: ´CIVITAS LONDON´; (S1407); Thetford

F/

GVF

 

H4350

 

Sold

Edward III; 1327-1377, Halfpenny; from 1970-2000´s collection; toned with usual decent portrait; lightly clipped with much of legends visible. OBV: ´EDWARDVS REX AN´; REV: ´CIVITAS LONDON´; (S1557)

 

F

 

H4288

 

17.50

Edward III; 1327-1377, Penny 4th series; collector´s ticket; dark toning with visible portrait & much of legends. OBV: ´EDWARDVS REX ANGLIE´; REV: ´CIVITAS EBORACI´; York mint; (S1602); Thetford

NF/

F+

 

H4368

 

Sold

Henry V; 1413-1422, Halfpenny, type C or D; heavy ghosting of reverse cross to obverse; small flan with part visible legends. OBV: ´HENRIC REX ANGLI´; REV: ´CIVITAS LONDON´; annulets or pellet & annulet by crown; (S1794/95); Northants.

 

F

 

H4050

 

19.95

Henry VI; 1422-1461, Groat rosette mascle issue; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection; very attractive with super portrait; lightly clipped with some toning. OBV: ´HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC´; REV: ´POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM VILLA CALISIE´; Calais mint; (S1859)

 

GVF/NEF

 

H4169

 

Sold

Henry VI; 1422-1461, Halfgroat annulet issue; grey tone throughout with weak part to legends either side; decent portrait. OBV: ´HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL X FR´; REV: ´POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE M VILLA CALIS´; Calais with mm pierced cross; (S1840)

 

F+/F

 

H4434

 

Sold

Henry VI; 1422-1461, Halfpenny leaf-trefoil issue; fairly worn with visible portrait & clearer reverse.

OBV: ´HENRIC REX ANGL´; REV: ´CIVITAS LONDON´; (S1905); Cambs.

VG/F+

 

H4389

 

19.95

Venetian; 14th/15th Century; quite decent example of one of the ´galley halfpence´ which circulated in England at the time. Featuring the Doge on one side & the lamb of God on the other.

 

F

 

H4405

 

Sold

Edward IV; 1461-1470, Penny 1st reign; edge chip; cabinet tone, very smooth with part legends visible.

OBV: ´EDWARD DEI GRA REX´; REV: ´CIVITAS DVREME´; trefoils by neck; extra pellets in reverse quarters; (S2059?)

 

Good

 

H4045

 

Sold

Edward IV; 1461-1470, Groat, quatrefoil issue; clipped with officially pierced hole to right of bust; bold portrait & reasonably attractive. OBV: ´EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC´; REV: ´POSVI DEVM  ADIVTORE MEVM CIVITAS LONDON´; mm rose; (S2000)

 

NVF/GF

 

H4378

 

75.00

Edward IV; 1461-1470, Groat; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£16); cabinet toning with clipped edge; very attractive nonetheless. OBV: ´EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC´; REV: ´POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM CIVITAS LONDON´; mm long cross fitchee/sun; (S2003)

 

NVF

 

H4175

 

Sold

Henry VII; 1485-1509, Halfgroat; usual smaller flan with nice portrait; looks to be uncleaned; part obverse legend visible. OBV: ´HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC´; REV: ´POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEV CIVITAS CANTOR´; (S2211); West Midlands

 

GF

 

H4113

 

Sold

Henry VIII; 1509-1547, Groat 2nd issue; fairly worn portrait & generally dirty but with mostly clear legends. OBV: ´HENRIC VIII D G R AGL Z FRANCE´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV´; mm lis; (S2337e)

 

NF

 

H4397

 

Sold

Edward VI; 1547-1553, Sixpence fine silver issue; from 1970-2000´s collection; very rare; exceptional grade for type; slight edge damage to base & bowed; a few tiny marks but does not detract. OBV: ´EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV´; mm ´y´; (S2483)

 

VF

 

H4246

 

Sold

Edward VI; 1547-1553, Shilling 2nd period; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£75); creases with many surface marks mainly to obverse; cabinet toning; transposed legends; rare. OBV: ´EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX´; REV: ´TIMOR DOMINI FONS VITE MDXLIX ´; mm ´Y´; (S2466b)

 

F

 

H4236

 

Sold

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Halfpenny 5th issue; very scarce; tiny piercing to top from Great Recoinage Act of 1696; bold detail otherwise. OBV: ´Portcullis´; REV: ´Long cross with pellets´; mm tun; (S2581); Cambs.

 

NVF

 

H4403

 

40.00

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Penny 6th issue; some toning & light surface marks; good portrait with mostly clear legends. OBV: ´E D G ROSA SINE SPINA´; REV: ´CIVITAS LONDON´; mm tun; (S2580); Berks.

 

F

 

H4071

 

Sold

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Shilling 2nd issue; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£125); very dark toning with smoothed face but reasonably attractive. OBV: ´ELIZABETH D G AN FRA ET HI REGINA´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV´; mm cross crosslet; (S2555)

 

F+

 

H4220

 

Sold

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Shilling 6th issue; from 1970-2000´s collection; attractive grey tone with slight rainbow colour & decent portrait; a few light surface marks. OBV: ´ELIZAB D G ANG FR ET HIB REGI´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV´; mm bell; (S2577)

 

GF

 

H4226

 

Sold

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Sixpence 3rd/4th issue; from 1970-2000´s collection; lightly attractive cabinet toning & very fractionally off-struck. OBV: ´ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HI REGINA´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV 1564 ´; mm pheon; (S2561); scarce date

 

F+

 

H4147

 

Sold

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Sixpence 3rd/4th issue; ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£30); creased & cleaned, almost full legends! OBV: ´ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HI REGINA´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV 1571 ´; mm ermine; (S2562)

F+/

NVF

 

H4139

 

Sold

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Sixpence 5th issue; from 1970-2000´s collection; light clipping to one edge & still with earthy deposits in legend; tiny edge curl. OBV: ´ELIZAB D G ANG FR ET HIB REGI´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV 1583 ´; mm A; (S2578a)

 

GF

 

H4149

 

Sold

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Sixpence 5th issue; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£20); scratches & some scuffing to both sides; some toning & weak areas. OBV: ´ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HIB REGINA´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV 1581´; mm Latin cross; (S2572)

 

F

 

H4144

 

Sold

Elizabeth I; 1558-1603, Threepence 4th issue; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£12); nice portrait with various surface marks & very light crease. OBV: ´ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HI REGINA´; REV: ´POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV 1568´; mm coronet; (S2566)

 

GF

 

H4294

 

Sold

James I; 1603-1625, Sixpence 1st coinage; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£20); very dark toned obverse with a few light marks; lovely toning to reverse. OBV: ´IACOBVS D G ANG SCO FRA ET HIB REX´; REV: ´EXVRGAT DEVS DISSIPENTVR INIMICI 1603´; mm thistle; (S2647)

 

GF

 

H4249

 

Sold

Charles I; 1625-1644, Halfgroat type 3a2-3; old collection from 1970´s; nice toning; centre weak on both sides but still an attractive example. OBV: ´CAROLVS D G M B F ET H REX´; REV: ´IVSTITIA THRONVM FIRMAT´; mm star (obverse only); (S2832)

 

F

 

H4454

 

19.95

Charles I; 1625-1644, Shilling type 2a; from 1970-2000´s collection; cabinet tone; large flan with clear legends; weak obverse centre but attractive. OBV: ´CAROLVS D G MAG BR FR ET HIB REX´; REV: ´CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO´; mm plume; (S2787)

 

F/VF

 

H4200

 

85.00

Charles I; 1625-1644, Shilling type 3a; from 1970-2000´s collection; nice toning with just slight weak part to legends both sides; reasonable portrait. OBV: ´CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HIB REX´; REV: ´CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO´; mm crown; (S2791)

 

GF

 

H4204

 

95.00

Charles I; 1625-1644, Shilling type 4.4; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£9 but altered to £95); lower grade with toning to reverse; slightly better than outline portrait. OBV: ´CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HI REX´; REV: ´CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO´; mm star; (S2799)

 

NF/F

 

H4228

 

Sold

Charles I; 1625-1644, Shilling type 4.4; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£30); off-struck with outline portrait; slight double-strike to reverse. OBV: ´CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HI REX´; REV: ´CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO´; mm triangle in circle; (S2799)

 

NF/F

 

H4244

 

28.00

Charles I; 1625-1644, Sixpence type 3; from 1970-2000´s collection; scarce; very dark tone with nice portrait; a few flat areas to legends; attractive. OBV: ´CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HIB REX´; REV: ´CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO´; mm portcullis; (S2811)

 

F+

 

H4257

 

Sold

Commonwealth; 1649-1660, Shilling; with ticket from 1970-2000´s collection (£95); clear legends with part weak centre; couple minor old scratches to reverse but scarce. OBV: ´THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND´; REV: ´GOD WITH VS 1654´; mm sun; (S3217)

 

GF

 

H4218

 

Sold

Commonwealth; 1649-1660, Penny; some pitting to both surfaces& a little toning; otherwise good detail.

OBV: ´Arms of England´; REV: ´Arms of England & Ireland´; (S3222); Norfolk

 

F/GF

 

H4410

 

47.50



Ordering details:

Please email us first to ensure we still have the item(s) still in stock.

Payment can be with UK Sterling cheque payable to ´D.G. Shelley´ or with credit card via Paypal. After confirmation of available stocks, we will send you a Paypal invoice.

Postage will be Recorded at £2.95 or Special Delivery at £7.45 dependent on value. We will post coins or banknotes worldwide but please enquire about postage costs first.

Orders are posted as soon as possible, hopefully within 24 hours of payment.

Please post any cheque orders to: D.G. Shelley, P.O. Box 3568, Buckingham, Bucks., MK18 4ZS

email: mailto:daves@dgcoins.co.uk