Auction Results – Lockdale 14 November

Lockdales, Coins & Militaria Auction on 14/15 November

Review of Lockdales auction held on 14th and 15th of November. The full auction catalogue is available here

The sale included lots of modern proof coins and sets. Additionally, there is a 1911 proof set (sovereign to Maundy penny, Lot 31), a 1902 proof set (£5 to Maundy penny) and a 1911 proof set of halfcrown to Maundy penny. Amongst the gold coin lots is a guinea of Anne (Lot 6), guineas and half guineas of George III, £2 pieces of George IV and Victoria, and a good selection of sovereigns. Early milled silver includes crown pieces of William III and Anne, together with a few other lower denominations in above average condition. 

A good selection of Roman coins was offered for sale as individual lots, including some denarii in nice condition. In the hammered gold series is a Charles I Tower mint unite (Lot 371) and a James I third coinage half laurel (Lot 397); hammered silver includes an Edward the Martyr penny of Ipswich (Lot 385), a William II penny of Thetford (Lot 521), a Henry I penny of London, a couple of decent shillings of Elizabeth I and a Commonwealth crown piece dated 1653 (Lot 375). 

The final section on the first day was made up of tokens and commemorative medals.

Day two concentrated on militaria and medals, including carbines, pistols (Lot 994), bayonets, swords, daggers, military regalia, war medals and badges. .

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Lot 6, Queen Anne Guinea

 

Hammer: £1,550

 

Lot 31, 1911 Proof Set

Sovereign to Maundy Penny

Hammer: £3,800

 

Lot 371, Charles I Gold Unite

Charles I Unite, Tower Mint

Hammer: £1,300

(estimate £700 – £900)

Lot 375, Commonwealth Crown

Commonwealth crown dated 1653

Hammer: £3,200

(estimate £3,500 – £3,800)

Lot 385, Edward the Martyr Penny

Edward the Martyr silver penny of Ipswich

Hammer: £6,000

(estimate £6,000 – £8,000)

Lot 397, James I Half Laurel

James I third coinage half laurel

Hammer: £950

(estimate £400 – £600)

Lot 521, William II Penny

William II Penny of Thetford

Hammer: £1,500

 

Lot 994, Pistol

Flintlock boxlock pocket pistol by H Nock, London.

Hammer: £220

(estimate £200 – £250)

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