Hindman is offering a Second Period, Third Coinage (1549-1550) Edward VI Half-Sovereign gold coin in their upcoming Coins & Collectibles auction. Issued from January 1549 until October 1551 by London’s Royal Mint, this coin has a bust of the crowned king on one side with the letters “EDWARD’, VI. D. G’, AGL’, FRA. Z. HIB’, REX·” (“Edward the Sixth by the Grace of God King of England France and Ireland”). The Royal shield on the reverse reads the shield of faith shall protect him. This half-sovereign piece, valued at 10 shillings, is composed of .917 of gold and is 3.1 centimeters in diameter.
Other items available include coins from Nicholas II’s Russian Empire and the gold ducat from Netherland. Montblanc Limited Edition fountain pens. View the whole collection and register to bid by visiting Hindman today.
Lot Categories:Collectibles (247)
# of Lots:247
Price Range:$75 - $6,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|[GREAT BRITAIN] Edward VI Gold Half-Sovereign (ND; 1549-1550)|| Estimate: |
|Montblanc: Year of the Dragon 2000 Limited Edition Fountain Pen|| Estimate: |
|[RUSSIAN EMPIRE] Nicholas II 1897 Gold 7 Ruble 50 Kopek|| Estimate: |
|Montblanc: Oscar Wilde Limited Edition Fountain Pen|| Estimate: |
|[NETHERLANDS] 1747 Gold Ducat|| Estimate: |
|Three Series 1899 Black Eagle $1 Silver Certificates|| Estimate: |