A selection of choice Milled coins for sale through HistoryInCoins:
(please check the ACTUAL listings pages which, unlike this, are kept bang up to date):
WAu-6898: 1788 over 87 George III Full gold Guinea. Fifth laureate bust, “spade” shield. Extremely rare overdate variety (see here) that is mentioned in Spink (S.3729) as being “known to exist”. Not mentioned at all in Coincraft. This image (here) shows the weight and the edge at to show there has been no mounting of this coin. A great rarity in the series. £1,750
WI-6648: 1722 Type 1 Irish American William Wood Copper Halfpenny. About VF. Rare in this grade, rarer still being this first issue. £355
(this coin undated – read on!) Limerick Besieged Copper Irish Halfpenny.
1. The central crown of the reverse gun money host coin can clearly be seen, inverted 180 degrees.
2. The V is IACOBVS is an inverted A whereas it was a definite V on the obverse die itself.
1. The king's hair of the host coin can clearly be seen, again inverted 180 degrees.
2. There is no date (1691) whatsoever as IACOBVS (and note the V is a V, not an inverted A) still remains.
3. The N of
A truly unique and extremely interesting coin! Spink 6594. £465
WI-6548: 1805 Irish GILT-PROOF Copper Halfpenny. Plain edge, EF or better. £245
WSC-6717: 1695 Scottish William II Silver 40 Shillings. A large Scottish silver coin in remarkably good grade for the issue. Spink 5679. Ex Spink, ex Coincraft (their ticket here). Rare in this grade. £445
WSC-6626: 1697 Scottish William II Silver 40 Shillings. A large Scottish silver coin in remarkably good grade for the issue. Spink 5682 (Spink 2015: £675, £2,250). Rare in this grade. £645
William II of Scotland Milled Gold Half Pistole. A single year issue of this excessively rare Scottish gold coin
which was current at £6 in