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St. James's Auctions の前哨戦?DNWオークションの結果速報

秋の海外オークションシーズン真っ只中です。
ユニバーサルコインのブログを読むと担当者の方は英国入りしてるようです。
ボールドウィンは機能停止状態と書いてあって、へぇーと思いました。
最新海外情報@ロンドン

英国のセントジェームズオークションではインコラプタが出たりするようですが、その前哨戦というか、DNWオークションが開催されてました。英国国内コレクター対海外勢って感じでしょうが、日本からの注目も高そうです。

 

英国コインのセッションが終わったので、その結果速報を書いておきます。

COINS, TOKENS, HISTORICAL MEDALS, CABINETS & BOOKS (21 - 23 SEPTEMBER 2016)

結果表

 

ハイライトらしいものをピックアップ。

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Lot 1160, Charles II (1660-1685), Five Guineas, 1668, first bust, elephant below, edge vicesimo (MCE 2; S 3329). Removed from a mount and some scratches in obverse field, otherwise good very fine but lightly gilt £3,000-4,000

Lot 1161, Charles II (1660-1685), Five-Guineas, 1669, first bust, edge vicesimo primo (MCE 3; S 3328). Small flan crack at 12 o’clock, otherwise good very fine or better, attractive £12,000-15,000

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Lot 1191, William III (1694-1702), Five-Guineas, 1700, first bust, edge dvodecimo (MCE 171; S 3454). Very slight surface marks and slight wear to the high points, otherwise extremely fine £15,000-20,000

Lot 1192, William III (1694-1702), Five Guineas, 1701, second bust, edge decimo tertio (MCE 172; S 3456). Probably removed from a ring mount with resultant edge and rim marks, otherwise about extremely fine £8,000-10,000

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Lot 1270, George III (1760-1820), Bank of England, Pattern Dollar, 1804, by W.J. Taylor after J. Phillp and C.H. Küchler, in gold, trial double obverse striking, Dickinson types M/Kii, laureate bust left, * . * on truncation, georgius iii dei gratia rex., rev. georgius iii · d : g · rex, laureate bust right, k on truncation, edge plain, 38.85g/12h (WR 148, this coin; Dickinson NC December 1999, 210Z, this coin; ESC –; Selig –; Bushman –). Minimal hairlining, otherwise virtually as struck and probably UNIQUE £100,000-150,000 

結果が表示されてませんが表によれば11万ポンドでの落札でした。

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Lot 1290, George IV (1820-1830), Two Pounds, 1823, edge iv (S 3798). Minimal surface marks, otherwise good extremely fine, retaining some original brilliance £1,500-2,000(Slabbed in PCGS holder, graded MS 62)

Lot 1293, George IV (1820-1830), Proof Two Pounds, 1826, edge septimo, 15.99g/6h (WR 228; S 3799). A few slight surface marks, otherwise good extremely fine with some brilliance, rare £4,000-5,000

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Lot 1300, George IV (1820-1830), Proof Sovereign, 1826, edge grained, 7.97g/6h (WR 237; S 3801). Almost as struck, some light surface marks and hairlines, brilliant £3,000-4,000
Lot 1305, George IV (1820-1830), Proof Half-Sovereign, 1826, edge grained, 6h (WR 249; S 3804). Some surface marks and hairlines, otherwise good extremely fine £2,000-2,600(Slabbed in PCGS holder, graded PR 62)

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Lot 1335, William IV (1830-1837), Proof Halfcrown, 1831, ww in block, edge plain, 6h (ESC 2473; S 3834A). About as struck, toned £2,000-2,600(Slabbed in PCGS holder, graded PR 64)

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Lot 1346-1351までジュビリー5ポンド。

Lot 1352, Victoria (1837-1901), Proof Five Pounds, 1887, initials in exergue, edge grained, 39.77g/12h (WR 285; S 3864). Considerable hairlining, otherwise brilliant £3,200-3,600

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Lot 1373, Victoria (1837-1901), Proof Half-Sovereign, 1839, edge plain, 4.07g/12h (WR 344; S 3859). Spot in reverse legend and minor hairlines in fields, otherwise good extremely fine and brilliant £3,000-3,600
Lot 1382, Victoria (1837-1901), Proof ‘Gothic’ Crown, 1853, edge decimo septimo, 28.23g/6h (L & S 69; ESC 2584; S 3884). A few light hairlines on obverse, otherwise about as struck, brilliant £15,000-20,000(Slabbed in PCGS holder, graded PR 62+ Cam; the third finest specimen graded by the service)

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Lot 1466-1468までジョージ6世のプルーフ金貨。1468はNGC PF64

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Lot 1476, Victoria (1837-1901), Proof set, 1887, comprising gold Five and Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, silver Crown to Threepence [11]. All with minor surface marks and light hairlines, otherwise about as struck, gold brilliant, silver toned; in unofficial leather case £20,000-30,000
Lot 1477, Victoria (1837-1901), Specimen set, 1887, comprising gold Five and Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, silver Crown to Threepence [11]. Extremely fine or better, silver toned; in a contemporary leather fitted case £4,000-5,000
Lot 1478, Victoria (1837-1901), Proof set, 1893, comprising gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign [4]. Practically as struck, brilliant £12,000-15,000(Last three slabbed in NGC holders, graded PF 63, PF 63 Ultra Cameo and PF 63)

Lot 1479, Victoria (1837-1901), Proof set, 1893, comprising silver Crown to Threepence [6]. About as struck and brilliant; with official maroon case of issue £4,000-6,000(All slabbed in consecutively-numbered ANACS holders, graded PF 63, PF 63 Cameo, PF 63, PF 63 Cameo, PF 63 Cameo and PF 63 respectively.)

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Lot 1480, Edward VII (1901-1910), Proof set, 1902, comprising gold Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, silver Crown to Maundy Penny [13]. Matt, as struck, the silver lightly toned; in original white card case of issue and hand-written envelope addressed to The County Bank Ltd, Burnley £4,000-5,000
Lot 1484, George V (1910-1936), Proof set, 1911, comprising Five and Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, silver Halfcrown to Maundy Penny [12]. About as struck, brilliant, a superb set; in official red case of issue £12,000-15,000

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Lot 1487, George VI (1936-1952), Proof set, 1937, comprising Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign [4]. About as struck and brilliant; with official maroon case of issue £8,000-10,000(All slabbed in PCGS holders, graded PR 63 CAM, PR 64, PR 64 CAM and PR 66 respectively)

Lot 1488, George VI (1936-1952), Proof set, 1937, comprising Five Pounds, Two Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign [4]. Minor hairlines, otherwise about as struck and brilliant; with official maroon case of issue £8,000-10,000

 

以上です。すべてにBP20パーセント乗ります。正確な結果は公式サイトでご確認ください。

感想。

・ロット1832のゴシック1853年は、もし日本に来たのなら300万ぐらいか。

・ヴィクトリアのプルーフセットはやや勢いは落ちてきたか。ジュビリーのセットは円建て450-550万、オールドのセットは400-500万ぐらいが落ち着きどころかもしれない。

エドワード7世プルーフセットは90-150万ぐらい。

ジョージ5世のプルーフセットは200-250万ぐらい。

ジョージ6世のプルーフセットは150万ぐらいから。

状態で上下するが目安としてはこれぐらいなのかもしれない。

 

27 BC - AD 14 Roman Empire Augustus AV Aureus Ancient Gold Coin - NGC XF

 

ebayで古代貨も安値スタートされてる。日本にも送ってもらえるが送料高い。