NEW ZEALAND. Australia. Melbourne, Victoria. Stokes & Martin. Penny Token, ND (ca. 1862). NGC AU-58

NEW ZEA

300 - 400
NEW ZEALAND. Wellington/Australia (Hobart, Tasmania). Lipman Levy/O.H. Hedberg. Penny Token Mule, ND

NEW ZEA

600 - 800
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. Archibald Clark. Penny Token, 1857. NGC MS-63 BN.

NEW ZEA

350 - 500
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. Auckland Licensed Victuallers Association. Penny Token, ND (ca. 1874). NGC MS

NEW ZEA

200 - 300
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. Auckland Licensed Victuallers Association. Penny Token, ND (ca. 1874). NGC MS

NEW ZEA

300 - 350
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. B. Gittos. Penny Token, 1864. NGC MS-62 BN.

NEW ZEA

200 - 300
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. Edward Waters. Penny Token, ND (ca. 1873). NGC AU-55 BN.

NEW ZEA

200 - 300
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. Edward Waters. Penny Token, ND (ca. 1873). NGC VF-25 BN.

NEW ZEA

200 - 300
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. H. Ashton. 1/2 Penny Token, 1858. NGC MS-62 BN.

NEW ZEA

300 - 400
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. H. Ashton. 1/2 Penny Token, 1859. NGC MS-61 BN.

NEW ZEA

300 - 400
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. H. Ashton. Date and Variety Set of Penny Tokens, 1862 & 1863.

NEW ZEA

350 - 500
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. Holland & Butler. Penny Token, ND (1872-75). NGC MS-63 BN.

NEW ZEA

600 - 800
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. M. Somerville. Penny Token, 1857. NGC MS-62 BN.

NEW ZEA

200 - 250
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. M. Somerville. Penny Token, 1857. NGC MS-62 BN.

NEW ZEA

200 - 250
NEW ZEALAND. Auckland. M. Somerville. Penny Token, 1857. NGC MS-63 RB.

NEW ZEA

250 - 300
NEW ZEALAND. 5 Dollars, 1991. NGC PROOF-69 ULTRA CAMEO.

NEW ZEA

10月20日
NEW ZEALAND. Crown, 1949. NGC MS-65.

NEW ZEA

70 - 100
NEW ZEALAND. Crown, 1949. NGC MS-65.

NEW ZEA

70 - 100
NEW ZEALAND. Crown, 1949. NGC MS-65.

NEW ZEA

70 - 100
NEW ZEALAND. 6 Pence, 1942. NGC MS-63.

NEW ZEA

125 - 175
NEW CALEDONIA. 5 Francs Piefort Essai, 1952. PCGS SP-63 Secure Holder.

NEW CAL

70 - 100
NEW CALEDONIA. 1 Franc Piefort Essai, 1949. PCGS SP-64 Secure Holder.

NEW CAL

50 - 75
NEW CALEDONIA. 2 Francs Piefort Essai, 1949. PCGS SP-65 Secure Holder.

NEW CAL

70 - 100
NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES. Island of Sumatra. Pattern Swan Duit, 1836. PCGS SP-63 BN Secure Holder.

NETHERL

200 - 300
NETHERLANDS. Zeeland. Lion Daalder, 1615. NGC AU-55.

NETHERL

200 - 300
NETHERLANDS. Zeeland. Lion Daalder, 1599. NGC AU-55.

NETHERL

200 - 300
NETHERLANDS. West Friesland. Ducat, 1729. PCGS MS-62 Secure Holder.

NETHERL

450 - 600
NETHERLANDS. West Friesland. Daalder, 1619. NGC VF-35.

NETHERL

100 - 150
NETHERLANDS. Utrecht. Riksdaler, 1808. PCGS Genuine--Cleaned, AU Details Secure Holder.

NETHERL

150 - 200
NETHERLANDS. Utrecht. Ducat, 1729. NGC MS-64.

NETHERL

700 - 1000

Lot:24519  1879年新西兰一分 NGC MS 63

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相 NGC MS63
拍品估价 USD 2000 - 3000 成交价 USD 2640
拍卖专场 SBP2018年1月纽约-网拍钱币#H/J 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2018-01-16 01:00:00 结标日期 2018-01-16 12:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1879年新西兰一分 NGC MS 63

Andrews-399; Lampard-336; Renniks-392; KM-unlisted; Forrer-pg.136/141. Rarity 7. <strong>VERY RARE</strong> pattern of an unadopted design. Young laureate bust of Queen Victoria left, "Victoria Queen of Great Britain" around; Reverse: Seated liberty right holding trident, shield and olive branch, "New Zealand" above, date below. Mr. Joseph Moore was a very talented engraver who at the age of ten started in the employ of well-known silversmith Henry Follet Osler where he learned to draw. From there he entered an apprenticeship for eight and a half years under the tutelage of Thomas Halliday, a die-sinker of Newhall Street. He eventually went on to open his own business "Brummagem Button" as a button maker, which at the time was the greatest industry of the town. At the Exhibition of 1851 he was awarded the prize for excellent workmanship in the manufacture of buttons. Before his apprenticeship drew to a close he began to teach himself the fine art of becoming a medalist. For a short time when he was eighteen he began to study under Samuel Lines who had taught many talented die-sinkers and engravers before him. Because of his talent it was suggested to him in 1844 that he should try to make an improvement to the cumbersome and heavy Penny-piece then in circulation. His design, totally his own, was about the size of a Farthing with a small piece of silver inset near the rim which brought it up to the proper standard. Because of his ingenious design it was easily distinguishable by touch from similar size pieces from ones pocket. These private made tokens were met with such enormous demand that Wyon, the coin die-sinker of the Mint, paid him a visit to discuss their manufacture. They were met with such favor in the general public and Wyon was so impress that he was compelled to advertise that they were in fact of private manufacture and not a government issue. Mr. Moore grew to become a very well recognized and respected medalist throughout his lifetime. He would engrave medals for Queen Victoria as well as other individuals and institutions some of which he was told were too intricate, but was able execute them with excellence. The present pattern is just one example of his fine workmanship with fine details of the expressive young bust of the Victoria. Lovely mocha patina in the open fields and atop of the devices highlighted with original mint red. A lovely example sure to excite even the most advanced collector of Tradesmen tokens. NGC MS-63 RB.