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AUSTRALIA COINS: PROCLAMATION COINS
Lot
Description
Status
10828
Bolivia: 1805 PTS PJ Carlos IIII 8 Reales. gVF. (P)
 SOLD at A$275
10829
Bolivia: 1822 PTS PJ Ferdinand VII 8 Reales. Lustrous UNC. KM-84. Rare this grade. (P)
 SOLD at A$900
10830
Brazil: 1726-M Joao V (1706-1750), gold 20,000 Reis, Jerusalem cross with M's in angles, Minas Gerais mint. Nice aEF/EF. 53.49g. Fr-33, KM-117. The largest denomination of Brazil's coinage which was struck for only 4 years, but remained in use for large commercial transactions for decades afterwards. Extremely impressive massive gold coin. VERY RARE. (P)
 SOLD at A$10500
10831
Brazil: 1730-M Joao V (1706-1750), gold 12800 Reis ('Johanna' = Dobra), italic arms shield, Minas Gerais mint. Nice aEF & well struck, slightly wiped. 28.60g. KM-139, Fr-55. Rare & impressive short lived large size issue. (P)
 SOLD at A$6500
10832
Brazil: 1731-M Joao V (1706-1750), gold 12800 Reis ('Johanna' = Dobra), italic arms shield, Minas Gerais mint. Nice aEF/ EF, attractive appearance, portrait a little weakly struck, dull obverse fields as struck from rusted dies, with sharply struck clear shield design. 28.58g. KM-139, Fr-55. Rare & impressive short lived large size issue. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$5500
10833
Brazil: 1732-M Joao V (1706-1750), gold 12800 Reis ('Johanna' = Dobra), italic arms shield, Minas Gerais mint. Practically UNC, tiny scrs in left field behind heard, sharply struck with especially clear shield design. 28.56g. KM-139, Fr-55. Rare & impressive short lived large size issue. (P)
 SOLD at A$7500
10834
Brazil: 1778-R Maria I & Pedro VII (1777-1786), gold 6400 Reis ('½ Johanna' = Peca), Rio de Janeiro mint. gEF/aUNC, very well struck. 14.31g. Fr-76, KM-199.2. (P)
 SOLD at A$2000
10835
Brazil: 1817B 960 Reis overstruck on Spanish Colonial 8 Reales of Ferdinand VII. aEF. KM-307.1. (P)
 SOLD at A$220
10836
Chile: 1787-DA Charles III (1759-1788), gold 8 Escudos, Santiago mint. 27.00g. Small test mark on rim & minor flan irregularities. EF with rich patina. Fr-18. KM-27. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$2200
10837
Chile: 1809-FJ Ferdinand VII (1808-1833), gold 8 Escudos, 'admiral' military bust, Santiago mint. 27.07g. Graded PCGS 'AU detail - scratch' (minor scuffs in front of face) & typical flan irregularities on reverse. Fr-28. KM-72. Rare type. (P)
 SOLD at A$3600
10838
Colombia: 1795-JJ Charles IV (1788-1808), gold 8 Escudos, Nuevo Reino (Bogota) mint. 27.08g. aUNC with lots of lustre, tiny hard to see scrs above portrait & small edge knock at left. Fr-52. KM-18. (P)
 SOLD at A$2800
10839
Colombia: 1804-JF Charles IV (1788-1808), gold 8 Escudos, Popayan mint. 27.10g. Portrait weakly struck at top, aEF/aUNC with prooflike brilliance in the fields. Fr-52. KM-62.2. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$2300
10840
Great Britain: 1774 George III gold Guinea. VG. (P)
 SOLD at A$850
10841
Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 2d. UNC. PCGS slabbed MS63BN. S-3776 cat £325 EF, unpriced higher. Ren cat $2000. Rare this grade. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$900
10842
Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 2d aVF. (P)
 SOLD at A$140
10843
Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 2d. EF, rev darker area on Britannia. EF. S-3776 cat £325. (P)
 SOLD at A$375
10844
Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 2d few eks, gVF. (P)
 SOLD at A$160
10845
Great Britain: 1798 George III Shield gold Guinea. VG, plugged, ex jewellery. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$650
10846
Great Britain: 1803 George III Gold 1/3 Guinea. VF. (P)
 SOLD at A$450
10847
Great Britain: 18xx George III Gold ½ Guinea. VG, ex jewellery. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$300
10848
India - Bengal Presidency: Yr 19 (1793) gold Mohur Murshidabad Mint (jeweller's copy), oblique milling (11.55g). EF. Reserved just above gold value. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$1000
10849
India - Bengal Presidency: AH1202//19 Shah Alam II, Murshidabad gold Mohur, oblique right milling, minted at Calcutta with frozen date (1793-1818). 12.36g. Graded PCGS 'MS 62' as fully lustrous UNC. Fr-1537, PS-4.3, KM 103.1. Quite scarce so nice. (P)
 SOLD at A$2000
10850
India - Mysore Haidar Ali AH 1174-1197 / 1761-1782 AD gold Pagoda (3.4g). Rev Persian he, obv 3 Swamis. gVF. Km-15. Scarce.
 SOLD at A$400
10851
India - Mysore: Tipu Sultan AM 1221 (1792 AD), Year 11 gold Pagoda (3.4g). Patan Mint. UNC or better, well struck. KM-129a. (P)
 SOLD at A$600
10852
India - Vijayangar: 1942-1757 gold Pagoda. Anonymous issuer, no mint name. 2 Deities seated/script (test marks above). VF. 3.14g. Km-9, Fr-377, M-898. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$275
10853
Mexico: 1738ME Philip V Pillar ½ Real. 1753M Ferdinand VI Pillar Real (attempted piercing). 1773FM Charles III ½ Real. aEF, F, gF. (3) (P)
 SOLD at A$200
10854
Mexico: 1746-M Philip V (1700-1746), gold 8 Escudos, Mexico City mint. 27.07g. Graded NGC 'XF details - cleaned' but in our opinion this is incorrect as surface appears completely original. Fr-8. KM-148. Very rare early type. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$3700
10855
Mexico: 1746Mo M Philip V ½ Real. Superb iridescent lustre, Choice UNC. KM-66. Rare so nice. (P)
 SOLD at A$725
10856
Mexico 1777 Mo FM Charles 8 Reales. aEF, sm natural rim flaw at 7 o'clock. (P)
 SOLD at A$475
10857
Mexico: 1820-JJ Ferdinand VII (1808-1833), gold 8 Escudos, Mexico City mint. 27.05g. aEF/EF, hairline scr on neck & lightly wiped. Fr-52. KM-161. Scarcer type, seldom offered in Australia (P)
 SOLD at A$2500
10858
Mexico: 1754 8R 'Pillar Dollar' , + above crown. gVF. (P)
 SOLD at A$400
10859
Netherlands - Batavian Republic: 1795 Gulden. Full rope milling, struck on non round flan. aVF. KM-2.2. (P)
 SOLD at A$150
10860
Netherlands - Gelderland: 1709 Gulden. VG/F. Holland 1762, 1764 Gulden. VF, deposits, F. KM-65.2, 73. (3)
 AVAILABLE at A$150
10861
Netherlands - Gelderland: 1712 Gulden. Crowned arms rev Standing figure F. KM-65.2 (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$60
10862
Netherlands - Gelderland: 1759 ¼ Gulden. Crowned arms, rev standing female figure leaning on column holding pole with cap. KM-89. Rev struck from worn die, lustrous UNC/aU. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$140
10863
Netherlands - Holland: 1776 gold ducat EF. Delm-775. (P)
 SOLD at A$650
10864
Netherlands - Holland: 1777 gold ducat gVF or better. Delm 775. (P)
 SOLD at A$625
10865
Netherlands - Holland: 1795 1 Gulden: KM 8.2 Toned VF.
 AVAILABLE at A$75
10866
Netherlands - Utrecht: 1750gold 7 Gulden. Armoured knight on horse rev Crowned arms. Few tiny scrs, fully lustrous UNC/Choice UNC. KM-103. (P)
 SOLD at A$1400
10867
Netherlands - Utrecht: 1751 gold 14 Gulden. Armoured knight on horse rev Crowned Arms. KM-104. Attractive UNC. Slabbed NGC MS61. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$2500
10868
Netherlands - Utrecht: 1790 Ducaton (60 Stuiver = Silver Rider = 3 Gulden). Armoured knight on horse above crowned Utrecht shield, rev crowned arms with lion supporters. Deep even golden-grey tone, near EF. KM-92.1. (P)
 SOLD at A$600
10869
Netherlands - West Friesland: 1791 3 Gulden with 'cud' at 11 o'clock on reverse due to broken die, gVF. Delm 1147. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$275
10870
Netherlands - Zeeland: 1735 Silver ducat Struck oversize flan. Striking weakness lower left, gF. Delm-976. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$250
10871
Peru: 1758-JM Ferdinand VI (1746-1760), gold 8 Escudos, Lima mint. 27.07g. Graded NGC 'AU details - mount removed', traces visible in reverse fields. Nice reddish patina. Fr-20. KM-59.2. Very rare early type. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$3700
10872
Spain: 1756-JB Ferdinand VI (1746-1759), gold ½ Escudo, Madrid mint. 1.66g. aEF. KM-378. (P)
 SOLD at A$250
10873
Spain: 1760-JP Charles III (1759-1788), gold ½ Escudo, Madrid mint. 1.79g. VF with nice patina. KM-389.1. (P)
 SOLD at A$180
10874
Spain: 1786-DV Charles III (1759-1788), gold ½ Escudo, Madrid mint. 1.76g. gVF, hairline scr.. KM-425.1. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$220
10875
Spain: 1786-DV Charles III (1759-1788), gold ½ Escudo, Madrid mint. 1.76g. Attractive gVF. KM-425.1. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$230
10876
Spain: 1787-DV Charles III (1759-1788), gold 1 Escudo, Madrid mint. 3.36g. F/gVF. KM-416.1a. (P)
 SOLD at A$300
10877
Spain: 1787-DV Charles III (1759-1788), gold 4 Escudos, Madrid mint. 13.51g. gVF/aEF with lovely deep patina. KM-418.1a. (P)
 SOLD at A$1600
10878
Spain: 1788-M Charles III (1759-1788), gold ½ Escudo, Madrid mint. 1.74g. gEF/aUNC. KM-425.1. Popular date for Australian collectors. (P)
 SOLD at A$400
10879
Spain: 1788-M Charles III (1759-1788), gold ½ Escudo, Madrid mint. 1.71g. VF/aEF with nice patina. KM-425.1. Popular date for Australian collectors. (P)
 SOLD at A$250
10880
Spain: 1788-M Charles III (1759-1788), gold 2 Escudos, Madrid mint. 6.77g. aVF/VF. KM-417.1a. Popular date for Australian collectors. (P)
 SOLD at A$700
10881
Spain: 1794-MF Charles IV (1788-1808), gold 4 Escudos, Madrid mint. Production of the blank produced a faint circular line around the obverse of the coin, the coin has been stamped over parts this line. Interesting, not seen by us before. 13.49g. Nice VF/aEF. KM-436.1. (P)
 SOLD at A$1100
10882
Spain: 1792-MF Charles IV (1788-1808), gold 4 Escudos, Madrid mint. 13.53g. Attractive gVF/ EF. KM-436.1. (P)
 SOLD at A$1700
10883
Spain: 1796-MF Charles IV (1788-1808), gold 2 Escudos, Madrid mint. 6.71g. VF, adjustment mks on reverse. KM-435.1. (P)
 AVAILABLE at A$600
10884
Spain: 1807-FA Charles IV (1788-1808), gold 2 Escudos, Madrid mint. 6.76g. Nice aEF. KM-435.1. (P)
 SOLD at A$800
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