Spink – World Gold Coins

World Gold Coins e-Auction

Spink’s World Gold Coins e-Auction closed on Monday 14 December, 2020. You can view the lots here.

Lot 2956 - WILLIAM AND MARY, FIVE-GUINEAS

One of the stars of the auction was lot 2956, a William and Mary Five Guineas which sold for £7,500 against an estimate of £3,000 – £4,000

Lot 2956 - WILLIAM AND MARY (1688-1694), FIVE-GUINEAS

Below are the hammer prices achieved by some of the other lots that I had highlighted before the auction. In addition to the Hammer Price, there is a Buyer’s Premium of 20% (plus VAT if applicable).

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Lot 2928, Cantii Quarter-Stater

‘Sego-Tascio Tablet’

Estimate: £300 – £400

Hammer: £520

Lot 2935, Atrebates and Regni Quarter Stater

 ‘Eppillus Crescent’

Estimate: £500 – £800

Hammer: £1,000

Lot 2941, Corieltauvi Stater

 Corieltauvi, uninscribed (45-10 BC), ‘Domino’ AV Stater

Estimate: £250 – £350

Hammer: £500

Lot 2950, Edward IV, Half-Ryal

First Reign (1461-1470),Light Coinage, Type VII, Tower

Estimate: £1,200 – £1,800

Hammer: £4,200

Lot 2958, William III Guinea

five strings to harp, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles, edge obliquely milled

Estimate: £600 – £800

Hammer: £1,100

Lot 2963, George II Guinea

fourth ‘old’ bust, edge obliquely milled

Estimate: £500 – £800

 

Lot 2964, George III Guinea

third bust, no stop after III, edge chevron milled

Estimate: £400 – £600

Hammer: £580

Lot 2971, George III Garter Half-Guinea

seventh laureate head, edge obliquely milled

Estimate: £250 – £350

Hammer: £400

Lot 2975 - George III Sovereign

‘New Coinage’, edge milled

Estimate: £600 – £800

Hammer: £1,200

Lot 2982, George IV Sovereign

laureate head left, rev. St George and Dragon, edge milled

Estimate: £320 – £380

Hammer: £480

Lot 2991, Victoria Sovereign

edge milled

Estimate: £300 – £350

Hammer: £400

 

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