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Lot 569: Great British Regiments, proof silver medallion set with replica cap badges. Estimate: £750 - £950 Sale date 20th November 2013 www.afbrock.co.uk

Lot 569: Great British Regiments, proof silver medallion set with replica cap badges. Estimate: £750 - £950 Sale date 20th November 2013 www.afbrock.co.uk

Silver coin (obverse) from Anglo Saxon Vale of York Viking Hoard. (British Museum)

Silver coin (obverse) from Anglo Saxon Vale of York Viking Hoard. (British Museum)

Celtic Coinage. Britain. The Catuvellauni/Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Biga type. Gold Stater (5.37 g, 18 mm). Early-mid 1st century AD. - Goldberg Coins and Collectibles. These belong in a museum.

Celtic Coinage. Britain. The Catuvellauni/Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Biga type. Gold Stater (5.37 g, 18 mm). Early-mid 1st century AD. - Goldberg Coins and Collectibles. These belong in a museum.

Silver dollar known as "The King of Coins" has sold for more than $3.8 million. Greg Rohan, president of Heritage Auctions of Dallas, says the coin, which is dated 1804, was actually made in 1834 or 1835 and is one of only eight known of its kind. He says it was made on behalf of President Andrew Jackson and intended be given as a diplomatic gift during trade missions to Asia and the Middle East. The coin was valued at $3 million prior to auction, Friday, Aug. 9, 2013.

Silver dollar known as "The King of Coins" has sold for more than $3.8 million. Greg Rohan, president of Heritage Auctions of Dallas, says the coin, which is dated 1804, was actually made in 1834 or 1835 and is one of only eight known of its kind. He says it was made on behalf of President Andrew Jackson and intended be given as a diplomatic gift during trade missions to Asia and the Middle East. The coin was valued at $3 million prior to auction, Friday, Aug. 9, 2013.

Silver early penny, Series Z, c. 715-20; the bearded and moustached face contrasts with the clean-shaven appearance of the previous coin. CM.1614-2007, De Wit Collection.

Silver early penny, Series Z, c. 715-20; the bearded and moustached face contrasts with the clean-shaven appearance of the previous coin. CM.1614-2007, De Wit Collection.

1776 Continental Dollar. Sometime in July 1776, most probably in New York City, a distinctive new coinage, known to numismatists as the Continental Dollar, was struck in silver, brass and pewter. More than 60 survive today, of which the larger number are pewter.  The coin's distinctively American designs are attributed to philosopher, almanac writer and statesman Benjamin Franklin.

1776 Continental Dollar. Sometime in July 1776, most probably in New York City, a distinctive new coinage, known to numismatists as the Continental Dollar, was struck in silver, brass and pewter. More than 60 survive today, of which the larger number are pewter. The coin's distinctively American designs are attributed to philosopher, almanac writer and statesman Benjamin Franklin.

Galba. Silver Denarius (3.47 g), AD 68-69. Rome, AD 68. IMP SER GALBA AVG, bare head of Galba right. Reverse : S P Q R / OB / C S in three lines within oak-wreath. RIC 167; BMC 34 corr.; RSC 287. Goldberg Coins and Collectibles

Galba. Silver Denarius (3.47 g), AD 68-69. Rome, AD 68. IMP SER GALBA AVG, bare head of Galba right. Reverse : S P Q R / OB / C S in three lines within oak-wreath. RIC 167; BMC 34 corr.; RSC 287. Goldberg Coins and Collectibles

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