GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1701. London Mint. William III. PCGS AU-55 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

2000 - 3000
GREAT BRITAIN. 2 Guineas, 1709. London Mint. Anne. NGC VF Details--Removed from Jewelry, Tooled.

GREAT B

2000 - 3000
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1714. London Mint. Anne. PCGS MS-61 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

4000 - 6000
GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1707-E. Edinburgh Mint. Anne. PCGS AU-53 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1500 - 2000
GREAT BRITAIN. Copper Farthing Pattern, 1714. London Mint. Anne. PCGS PROOF-64 Brown Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1400 - 1600
GREAT BRITAIN. Copper Farthing Pattern, 1714. London Mint. Anne. PCGS AU-58 Brown Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1000 - 1500
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1715. London Mint. George I. PCGS AU-53 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

2000 - 3000
GREAT BRITAIN. 2 Guineas, 1740/39. London Mint. George II. PCGS AU-55 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

3000 - 4500
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1732. London Mint. George II. NGC AU-55.

GREAT B

1500 - 2500
GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1750. London Mint. George II. PCGS AU-55 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1200 - 1500
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/2 Crown, 1750. London Mint. George II. PCGS MS-65 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

2000 - 2500
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1771. London Mint. George III. PCGS AU-50 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1000 - 1200
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1793. London Mint. George III. NGC MS-63.

GREAT B

1500 - 1700
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1798. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-64 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1400 - 1800
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/2 Guinea, 1813. London Mint. George III. PCGS MS-65 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

4000 - 5000
GREAT BRITAIN. 5 Guineas, 1691. London Mint. William & Mary. NGC EF-45.

GREAT B

12000 - 16000
GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1687. London Mint. James II. NGC MS-61.

GREAT B

1800 - 2400
GREAT BRITAIN. Crown, 1687. London Mint. James II. PCGS MS-62 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

2600 - 3200
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1687. London Mint. James II. PCGS AU-53 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

3000 - 4500
GREAT BRITAIN. 5 Guineas, 1688. London Mint. James II. NGC AU-58.

GREAT B

40000 - 60000
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/2 Crown, 1677. London Mint. Charles II. PCGS AU-50 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1000 - 1500
GREAT BRITAIN. Guinea, 1667. London Mint. Charles II. PCGS Genuine--Cleaned, EF Details Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1500 - 1800
GREAT BRITAIN. Unite (20 Shillings), ND (1660-62). London Mint; im: Crown. Charles II. PCGS AU-58 Go

GREAT B

10000 - 13000
GREAT BRITAIN. Shilling, 1658. London Mint. Oliver Cromwell. NGC AU-53.

GREAT B

1800 - 2400
GREAT BRITAIN. 1/2 Crown, 1658. London Mint. Oliver Cromwell. PCGS AU-58 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

4000 - 5000
GREAT BRITAIN. Unite (20 Shillings), 1656. Commonwealth. PCGS MS-61 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

10000 - 15000
GREAT BRITAIN. Unite (20 Shillings), 1653. Commonwealth. PCGS VF-35 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

2500 - 3500
GREAT BRITAIN. Unite, ND (1631-32). London Mint; im: Rose. Charles I. PCGS EF-40 Gold Shield.

GREAT B

1000 - 1200
GREAT BRITAIN. Unite, ND (1627-28). London Mint; im: Castle. Charles I. PCGS Genuine--Repaired, AU D

GREAT B

2000 - 2500
GREAT BRITAIN. Unite, ND (1625-26). London Mint; im: Cross Calvary. Charles I. PCGS AU-58 Gold Shiel

GREAT B

2500 - 3500

Lot:20418  1692威廉与玛丽金币 NGC MS 62

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拍品分类 世界钱币 品相 NGC MS62
拍品估价 USD 150000 - 200000 成交价 USD 0
拍卖专场 SBP2020年1月纽约#A-西方古币&世界钱币 拍卖公司 SBP
开拍日期 2020-01-18 07:30:00 结标日期 2020-01-18 11:30:00 拍卖状态 预展
拍品描述 1692威廉与玛丽金币 NGC MS 62

GREAT BRITAIN. 5 Guineas, 1692. London Mint. William & Mary. NGC MS-62.S-3423; Fr-300; KM-479.2. Elephant & Castle issue.

Obverse: Jugate busts right of William, laureate, and Mary; elephant & castle below; Reverse: Crowned coat-of-arms, garnished with decorative escallops. An incredible and majestic strongRARITY/strong, this seldom encountered issue offers highly lustrous surfaces that are free of problems and full of originality.

This specimen is the finest certified by NGC, while PCGS has graded just one at this level, and one at MS-63--a testament to its scarcity. The aforementioned MS-62 by PCGS--an incredibly similar example--realized a hammer of $170,000 in our spring 2018 Hong Kong auction (lot 52146). Undoubtedly, the present piece will rival or even surpass this level, as its immense desirability will be on full display.Featuring the elephant & castle mark below the busts of the monarchs, this issue--and other issues like it--was produced from gold supplies procured by the Royal African Company, a company operating under a royal charter in the "Gold Coast" of western Africa.

Due to a shortage of gold within the kingdom, the company was tasked with obtaining the precious metal in order to facilitate further coining. The resulting coinage contained a mark identifying the source (first an elephant, then an elephant & castle), with one of the producing regions, Guinea, eventually lending its name to the denomination (and multiples thereof).From the Marlborough-Blenheim Collection.