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BRITISH HAMMERED
(Many of these have old tickets from the 1970s and 1980s, old collection).






Reign Date
Seaby No. Condition Price
Half-crown.




Charles I 1635-36
S.2733 Tower mint, type 3a1. mm crown. GF, dig on obv by horse's rump £170
Shillings.
Edward VI





1551-53
S.2482 Fine silver issue. Facing bust, mm Y. VF and better. £370
Elizabeth I





1560-61
S.2555 Second issue, mm martlet bust 3a. GVF, attractive dark tone £270

1560-61
S.2555 Another, as above. Pleasing VF, obverse with portrait a little wkr £180

1560-61
S.2555a Second issue, mm cross crosslet, large bust. GF++, portrait fainter £150
James I





1603-04
S.2645 First coinage, 1st bust. Mm thistle. AVF overall £165

1603-25
S.2646 First coinage, 2nd bust. mm thistle AVF, better in parts £165
Charles I





1636-38
S.2791 Tower mint, type 3a mm tun. VF / NVF. Probably a detector find. £125
Sixpences.
Elizabeth I





1566
S.2562 Third issue. mm lion. GF/+overall, a few weaker spots. £65

1568/7
S.2562 Another, as above. AVF, obv weaker, porous. Ragged from 5-6o'clock £25

1568/7
S.2562 Third issue. Bust 4B mm coronet. AF/F, fully round. £40

1569
S.2562 Third issue. mm coronet. Rev. VF, obv weaker and head flat. £34

1574
S.2563 Fourth issue. mm acorn. GVF/+, nice portrait £110

1578
S.2572 Fourth issue. mm greek cross AVF, obverse head gone. £40
Groats.




Henry VI





1427-30
S.1859 Rosette-mascle issue, of Calais. Rosettes & mascles in legend. GVF/+,




but with flan chipped at 9-10 o'clock. Scarce. £220
Edward IV





1471-83
S.2096 Second reign, London. mm pellet in annulet. GVF/+, dark. £125
Henry VII





1485-1509
S.2198a Facing bust issue, London. mm escallop. GVF/+, dark £240
Henry VIII





1526-44
S.2337E Second coinage, Laker bust D, Lombardic letters, mm lis. GVF/+ £270

1547-51
S.2404 Posthumous issue, Southwark. Bust 6, mm E. Good portrait, dark £275
Threepence.
Elizabeth I

1568/7
S.2566 Third issue. mm coronet. GF, little crease line. £40
Half-Groats.




Edward III





1327-1377
S.1576 Pre-treaty period, London, series E. NF, obv weaker £45
Henry VII





1485-1509
S.2210 Facing bust issue, Canterbury. Class IIIb (rosette stops). mm lis GVF, dk £120
Elizabeth I





1582-1584
S.2579 Sixth issue. mm greek A. Fully round, GF++, but portrait mostly gone £20
Pennies.
Henry III





1216-1272
S.1362a Long cross Class 3a2. colon after Rex. Nicole on Lund. GVF/+ £70
Edward I





1272-1307
S.1389 New coinage, class IIIc, London. Abt EF, sharp £75

1272-1307
S.1393 New coinage, class IIIg, London. GF/++ £42

1272-1307
S.1410 New coinage, class 10 cf1. London. About EF, sharp £65

1272-1307
S.1410 Another, as above, also London, but GF/++ £37

1272-1307
S.1411 New coinage, class 10 cf2, Canterbury. GVF/++ £27
Edward II





1307-1327
S.1455 Penny of Canterbury, Class 11a (broken spear-head by crown) VF/+ £65
Edward III





1327-1377
S.1455 Penny of London, annulets above shoulders (unusual). Fair £10
Henry VI





1422-61
S.1844 Annulet issue of London. GVF, pleasingly dark. £130
Edward IV





1471-83
S.2110 Second reign, London. mm annulet, no marks by bust. VF, darkish £200
Farthing.




Edward I





1279 +
S.1450 London, new coinage, Class 10. VF/+, cute face. £45