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Henry III, Penny, type IIa, Dublin, Ricard, ricard on dive, cinquefoil to right of bust, 1.37g/9h (Dykes Ca; SCBI Belfast 447ff; S 6240; DF 57). F...

Henry III, Penny, type IIa, Dublin, Ricard, ricard on dive, cinquefoil to right of bust, 1.45g/5h (Dykes Cb; SCBI Belfast 447ff; S 6240; DF 57). S...

Edward I, Second coinage, Early, Penny, class Ib, Dublin, pellet before edwr, 1.42g/4h (S 6247; DF 64). Very fine, toned £90-£120

Edward I, Second coinage, Early issues, Penny, class Ib, Dublin, pellet before edwr, 1.29g/11h (S 6247; DF 64). Nearly very fine but slightly bent...

Edward I, Second coinage, Penny, type Ib, Dublin, 1.38g/11h (S 6247); together with Sterlings of Alexander III (2) [3]. Good fine £60-£80

Edward I, Second coinage, Early issues, Penny, class Ib, Waterford, pellet before edwr, 1.36g/5h (S 6249; DF 64). About very fine, toned £90-£120

Edward I, Second coinage, Early issues, Penny, class Ib, Waterford, 1.30g/3h (S 6249; DF 64). Chip at 12 o’clock, otherwise good fine, dark patina...

Edward I, Second coinage, Halfpenny, type Ia, Dublin, trefoil of pellets on breast, nothing before edw, 0.67g/7h (S 6250; DF 69). About very fine ...

Edward I, Second coinage, Farthing, Waterford, type I, 0.42g/8h (Withers 1a; S 6256; DF 70). Nearly very fine, scarce £100-£120

James I, First coinage, Sixpence, mm. bell, first bust, 2.22g/3h (S 6514; DF 262). Crease marks, fine, reverse better £60-£80

James I, Second coinage, Sixpence, mm. rose, first bust, 1.97g/11h (S 6517; DF 262); together with a Penny of Edward IV [2]. Both good fine, secon...

James II, Gunmoney coinage, Sixpence, 1689 Jan., 2.54g/12h (Withers 19/16; S 6583H). Ragged edge, fine, green patina; the dies seemingly scarce £...

George III, Bank of Ireland coinage, Six Shillings, 1804 (S 6615); Ten Pence (13), 1805 (7), 1813 (6) (S 6617-8) [14]. Varied state, one pierced £...

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