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Spencer Collection William IV Type Gold With Gold Pattern 1837 Mule Half-Sovereign With Obverse Struck on Six Penny Die - The Number One Finest Set of All Time2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
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Spencer Collection William IV Type Gold With Gold Pattern 1837 Mule Half-Sovereign With Obverse Struck on Six Penny Die
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Great Britain, Gold 2 Pound Proof of William IV dated 1831. William IV Bare Head to right, Spink 3828; Wilson&Rasmussen 258, Rarity 3, PCGS PR-64 DCAM. WW incuse on truncation, Rv. Shield within collar of the Garter, on a crowned draped ermine mantle, St. George suspended from collar, ANNO 1831 below, Plain Edge, Fr-382; S-3828; KM-718. Possibly Ex Douglas-Morris Collection, Sotheby’s (11-74, lot 183). cf St. James Auction No. 15, September 30, 2010, Lot 540 (inferior coin NGC63) realized 9,000 GBP, More recently on Sale List at 14,850 BP ($20,000+) for a PR62 example! at Large British Numismatic Company.
Great Britain, Gold Sovereign, A WOW! Coin, Velvet Fields, and a true Gem, and tied for finest
Great Britain, Proof Gold "Mule" Half Sovereign Dated 1837 of William IV, WR 269, R7; MS66. William IV, Struck from the Sixpenny obverse die, thus a “MULE”. Only two exist, one sits in the Ashmolean Museum Collection in England, having been purchased by them from the Royal Mint; this being the other example thus unique in private hands. William IV Large Head to right. A Major Rarity with the Finest Provenance; Ex Glendining, Ex Douglas-Morris, and Ex Terner.