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Coins & Banknotes

  • Sixpence William IV 1831
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    Paul Fraser Collectible

    Sixpence William IV 1831

    £400.00

    Sixpence William IV 1831 Standard type Uncirculated and graded 80 by London Coins Grading Service and in their holder
  • Sixpence William IV 1831
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    Sixpence William IV 1831

    £400.00

    Sixpence William IV 1831 Standard type Uncirculated and graded 80 by London Coins Grading Service and in their holder
  • Sixpence William IV 1831
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    Paul Fraser Collectible

    Sixpence William IV 1831

    £450.00

    Sixpence William IV 1831 Standard type Uncirculated and graded 82 by London Coins Grading Service and in their holder
  • Sixpence William IV 1834
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    Paul Fraser Collectible

    Sixpence William IV 1834

    £450.00

    Sixpence William IV 1834 Standard type Uncirculated and graded 82 by London Coins Grading Service and in their holder
  • Sixpence William IV 1835
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    Paul Fraser Collectible

    Sixpence William IV 1835

    £450.00

    Sixpence William IV 1835 Standard type Uncirculated and graded 82 by London Coins Grading Service and in their holder
  • Thasos AR Stater 500-480bc. Good very fine.
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    Thasos AR Stater 500-480bc. Good very fine.

    £715.00

    Thasos AR Stater 500-480bc. Good very fine.
  • Theodosius N Solidus. Good extremely fine
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    Theodosius N Solidus. Good extremely fine

    £910.00

    Theodosius N Solidus. Good extremely fine

  • Thrace (Roman Empire) Gordian III +Tranquillina 238-44. Very fine
    Thrace (Roman Empire) Gordian III +Tranquillina 238-44. Very fine
  • Titenus N Good very fine+
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    Paul Fraser Collectible

    Titenus N Good very fine+

    £5,850.00

    Titenus N Good very fine+
  • Trinovautes 45/40bc. Excellent fine.
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    Trinovautes 45/40bc. Excellent fine.

    £1,170.00

    Trinovautes 45/40bc. Excellent fine.
  • Troas AE Towe issue 2/3c ad (Tyake)
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    Troas AE Towe issue 2/3c ad (Tyake)

    £110.00

    Troas AE Towe issue 2/3c ad (Tyake)
  • USA AR Dollar 1799 Good extremely fine
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    USA AR Dollar 1799 Good extremely fine

    £5,075.00

    USA AR Dollar 1799 Good extremely fine
  • USA AR Dollar 1802. Good very fine
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    USA AR Dollar 1802. Good very fine

    £1,850.00

    USA AR Dollar 1802. Good very fine
  • Vetranio AE Centenonialis Sisca Mara-DFC 350. Rare. Extremely fine
    Vetranio AE Centenonialis Sisca Mara-DFC 350. Rare. Extremely fine
  • Victoria (1837-1901) Silver Half crown
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    Victoria (1837-1901) Silver Half crown

    £1,000.00

    Monarch: Victoria (1837 - 1901), Denomination/metal: Silver Half Crown, Date/mint mark: 1893, Ref. no: ESC 727; Davies 663 dies 2+B; S 3938, Obv. Old veild head left, T.B. below truncation. Rev. Crowned quartered shield within collar and beaded inner circle, date below. 31mm. PROOF - Light and attractive tone, one or two very tiny scuffs, otherwise as struck and lustrous.
  • Victoria Halfpenny 1858
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    Paul Fraser Collectibles

    Victoria Halfpenny 1858

    £450.00

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    Young head copper issue. 

    Uncirculated. 

  • Yugoslavia 1921-1934 - Alexander. Gold milled 4 Dukata.
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    Yugoslavia 1921-1934 - Alexander. Gold milled 4 Dukata.

    £3,250.00

    Yugoslavia 1921-1934 - Alexander. Gold milled 4 Dukata. Obverse: Busts left of Alexander and Maria. Reverse Crowned double-headed eagle bearing arms of Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. Uncirculated, faint handling marks. Officially counter-marked with an 'ear of corn'.