1936 PROOF Crown, slabbed by NGC PF 64+, the finest known, excessively rare

1936 Crown, PROOF, George V, reverse, Crown and date in wreath. Proof Crown’s in the wreath series are extremely rare, this example is not only the second rarest year but is the highest graded by NGC at PF 64+. This is excessively rare with only a few known examples of which this is the finest, a superb coin.
sold

1818 Half Crown, George III

1818 Half Crown, George III laureate bust, reverse, crowned shield in garter, prooflike fields, virtually uncirculated.
£675

1844 Half Crown, Victoria

1844 Half Crown, Victoria young head, reverse, crowned shield, good extremely fine/ virtually uncirculated, bright appearance, scarce.
£725

1708 Crown, Anne, Plumes in angles

1708 Crown, Anne draped bust, reverse, crowned cruciform shields, SEPTIMO on edge, plumes in angles, good extremely fine with a deep attractive tone. This is a very high grade example and very rare in this grade.
£3750

1673 over 2 Crown, Charles II

1673 over 2 Crown, Charles II third draped bust, reverse, Crowned cruciform shields, good very fine-nearly, attractive toning, rare.
sold

1840 Half Crown, Victoria young head

1840 Half Crown, Victoria young head, type A3, reverse, crowned shield, good extremely fine/virtually uncirculated, scarce early year.
£1,150.