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1949threepence

"Signature sales" from London Coins

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I'm sure most will already be aware of this relatively recent initiative by London Coins, which is a full catalogue of coins and prices realised from their signature sales - full individual named collections.

If not, the link is here

Well worth a browse if you get time and haven't already seen it.  

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Just had a look at the Michael Cole collection and the lots seemed to be in a random order until I noticed they were in descending hammer price - not easy to find anything particular. Surely date within denomination would be more logical ?

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6 hours ago, Iannich48 said:

The Roland Harris collection was amazing to see. So many top notch rare pennies and lots more.

Indeed, although again, as Richard pointed out about the Michael Cole collection, this one was hotch potch as well. 

No sign of the Andrew Wayne collection, often referred to, comparably, in their offers. 

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The Andrew Wayne collection was before they stored the photographs on the computer in 2006 ,so not any pictures.

LCA and Colin cooke did not keep the pictures before 2008 and can only be found in printed catalogues.

 

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