GREAT BRITAIN. Cast Silver Medal, 1587.

GREAT B

700-1000
GREAT BRITAIN. Peace of Utrecht Gold Medal, 1713. Anne (1702-14).

GREAT B

3500-5000
GREAT BRITAIN. Gold King George I Coronation Medal, 1714. NGC MS-61.

GREAT B

4000-6000
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1776. George III (1760-1820). NGC VF Details--Removed from Jewelry.

GREAT B

700-900
GREAT BRITAIN.

GREAT B

900-1200
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/2 Guinea, 1804. George III (1760-1820). NGC MS-64.

GREAT B

1100-1400
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/3 Guinea, 1803. George III (1760-1820). NGC MS-63.

GREAT B

750-900
GREAT BRITAIN. Bank Dollar, 1804. PCGS PROOF-62 Secure Holder.

GREAT B

900-1200
GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1819-LIX. NGC MS-64.

GREAT B

1200-1600
GREAT BRITAIN. Gilt Silver Burma Campaign Medal, 1826.

GREAT B

800-1000
GREAT BRITAIN. Sovereign, 1828. NGC FINE-15.

GREAT B

3500-5000
GREAT BRITAIN. William IV Gold Coronation Medal, 1831. NGC PROOF-62 ULTRA CAMEO.

GREAT B

3500-5000
GREAT BRITAIN. Sovereign, 1845. NGC MS-62.

GREAT B

700-1000
GREAT BRITAIN. 5 Pounds, 1887. NGC MS-60.

GREAT B

2200-2800
GREAT BRITAIN. 5 Pounds, 1887. PCGS Genuine--Spot Removed, Unc Details Secure Holder.

GREAT B

1500-2000
GREAT BRITAIN. Rose Ryal, ND (1621-23). Third Coinage James I (1603-25). PCGS AU-55.

GREAT B

20000-25000
GREAT BRITAIN. Sovereign, ND, (1584-86). Elizabeth I (1558-1603). PCGS Genuine--Graffiti, EF Details

GREAT B

15000-20000
GREAT BRITAIN. Noble, Fourth Coinage. Treaty Period. ND (1361-69). Edward III (1327-77). PCGS MS-63

GREAT B

4000-6000
GREAT BRITAIN. Noble, Fourth Coinage. Pre-treaty Period. ND (1351-52). Edward III (1327-77). PCGS MS

GREAT B

4500-6000
GREAT BRITAIN. Kings of Wessex. Penny, ND (ca. 880-899). Alfred the Great (871-899). NGC EF-45.

GREAT B

1200-1500
GERMANY. Fantasy Gold 100 Reichsmarks, 1933. CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED.

GERMANY

2000-2500
GERMANY. Weimar Republic. 5 Mark, 1927-F. PCGS PROOF-64 DEEP CAMEO Secure Holder.

GERMANY

700-1000
GERMANY. Stolberg-Wernigerode. Taler, 1760-IBH. Christian Ernst I (1710-71). NGC MS-64.

GERMANY

4000-5000
GERMANY. Solms-Laubach. Taler, 1770-WWE. Christian August (1738-84). NGC AU-58.

GERMANY

1000-1500
GERMANY. Silesia-Liegnitz-Brieg. 1 1/4 Taler, 1675. Georg Wilhelm (1672-75). PCGS VF-35 Secure Holde

GERMANY

1200-1600
GERMANY. Saxony. 5 Mark, 1908-E. NGC PROOF-64 CAMEO.

GERMANY

700-900
GERMANY. Saxony. 10 Mark, 1872-E. PCGS MS-64 Secure Holder.

GERMANY

700-1000
MIXED LOTS. Lot of (10) Mostly Saxony Crowns, 15th-17th Century.

MIXED L

800-1100
GERMANY. Saxony-Albertine Line. 1/2 Ducat, 1743-FWoF. Friedrich August II (1733-63). PCGS MS-62 Secu

GERMANY

1500-2000
GERMANY. Saxony-Albertine Line. Taler, 1719-IGS. Friedrich August I (1694-1733). PCGS MS-63 Secure H

GERMANY

2000-3000

Lot:41054  英国詹姆斯一世15先令 NGC MS 64

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相 NGC MS64
拍品估价 USD 50000-70000 成交价 USD 94000
拍卖专场 SBP2016年1月纽约-钱币专场 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2016-01-08 22:00:00 结标日期 2016-01-10 12:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 英国詹姆斯一世15先令 NGC MS 64。Fr-240; S-2634; North-2109; KM-65. VERY RARE. Facing sejant erect lion holding scepter with broad quartered square atop shield in the fore, flanked by ‘X’ and ‘V’; Reverse: Spur rowel, small rose at center, encircled by a ring of alternating crowned lis and lions, all enclosed in beaded treasure of eight arches. James I (James VI, Scotland) came to power a the age of 13-months, and went on to become one of the most momentous rulers in all of British history. One could arguably say James I put the "Great" in Great Britain, having unified the kingdom throughout the British Isles as well as overseeing the emergence of Britain as a global empire. The settlements at Jamestown, Plymouth Colony, and Newfoundland were but a few of the many accomplishments achieved under his rule. The coin offered here can be seen as a by-product of his success as a leader, having not only steered Britain clear of the disastrous Thirty Years War, but also greatly expanding international commerce which in turn drew copious amounts of the new worlds gold into British coffers. A coin which combines the greatest rarity, numismatic and historical significance, and which is phenomenally well preserved. Having been struck in nearly pure gold, the piece is without surprise free of tone or other color anomalies. Well struck from what appear to be fresh dies, the degree of detail is breathtaking, with bold legends surrounding exquisitely rendered devices within. A stellar piece in every respect, the winning bidder will be acquiring a coin of unmatched desirability that is certain to become the centerpiece of the collection it enters.NGC MS-64.