1714 Guinea, George I, ‘Prince Elector’. Slabbed by NGC MS64, ‘TOP POP’. ONE OF THE FINEST KNOWN, A MAGNIFICENT COIN

1714 Guinea, George I (1714-27) ‘Prince Elector’, first laureate bust, reverse, crowned cruciform shields, incorporating the arms of Hanover, sceptres in angles, Schneider 544; MCE 245; S.3628.

This example has been slabbed by NGC MS64, ‘TOP POP’. A truly magnificent example of a very rare type Guinea.

It is without question one of the finest known examples, excessively rare in this grade, a magnificent coin.



1651 Unite, Commonwealth (1649-60). A SUPERB MINT STATE UNITE, VERY RARE

1651 Unite, Commonwealth (1649-60), English shield within wreath, THE.COMMONWEALTH.OF.ENGLAND, mint mark sun, reverse, 1651.GOD.WITH.VS, conjoined shields of England and Ireland, XX above, weight 9.12grms, Schneider 339; N.2715; S.3208.

This example has been slabbed by NGC MS62+. It is superb mint state and the finest example we have handled. In our opinion is has been very strictly graded by NGC.