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Spencer Collection George III Type Gold with Pattern 2 Guinea - 1st2005
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Spencer Collection George III Type Gold with Pattern 2 Guinea
|Image||Item||PCGS #||Date||Denom||Grade||PCGS # Pop||PCGS # Pop Higher||Pop||Pop Higher||Comments|
|Five Guineas||786706||1770||5 G||
|Two Guineas||160746||1768||P2 G||PR63||1||1||
Great Britain, 1768, Gold Pattern 2 Guinea, WR 79, R4, Ex Slaney Collection, (Spink 5/15/2003, Lot 100), Ex Baldwin 1945. A Wow Coin, photo used (with permission) by major numismatic dealer in magazine advertisements 2005. Tied for Finest Known. Coin is part of a type set that won PCGS best British Set of the Year 2005. cf. St. James Auction No. 15, Lot 505, a lower grade example sold for $34,000 GBP; cf. StacksBowers, NYINC Sale#182, Lot 1004, Same Grade, Realized $199,750 with BP, 1/11/2014.
Great Britain Rare Overdate Gold Guinea (1798/7), Crossed from NGC MS64. Key Coin of Series. Finest Known.
Great Britain, Pattern Proof Gold 1/2 Guinea, WR 129, R3, Ex Terner, Finest Known, Plain Edge, Third Laureate Head, dated 1775. George III, 3rd Head. Type of S-3733. DM-87. This is a very rare (R3) Proof of Record showing the late bust of the king (portrait by Yeo) with long curls draped beneath the bust and a sort of melon-shaped head. Over the years, Terner acquired two of these proofs, one in PR63 and one in PR64, This is the best of the two and Finest Known. PCGS PR-64. Provenance: Ex Terner II (5/2004, lot 1207)
Great Britain, Gold 1/3 Guinea, Mint State & Tied for Finest
Great Britain, Gold Pattern Proof One Quarter Guinea, WR 141, DM-76, R5 Dated 1764. Design by Yeo. George III, Young Laureate Head. Exquisite portrait, Rev. Crowned garnished shield with arms of England and Scotland (quartered) France, Ireland and Hanover, the latter with semee’ of hearts. Possibly the Terner example which was Ex Douglas Morris Collection.
Great Britain, Sovereign Proof Gold Dated 1818. George III. PCGS PR64DCAM, WR 198, R6. Perhaps three or four 1818 dated Proof Sovereigns exist, this being the Finest. A Wow Coin!
Great Britain, Gold Proof 1/2 Sovereign, WR 204, R4, KM-673, Tied for Finest, cameo appearance, cf. St. James Auction No 15, September 30, 2010, Lot 528 (NGC64) realized 7,200 GBP.