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E WilliamIII Peck 682 Pattern Silver Farthing, 1699. Peck-682. William III. Text Obv Rev
Seaby #3456 'Fine Work' 5 Guineas, 1701. S.3456; Fr-310. William III. Exceptionally sharp in strike with fine hair detail not seen in other high-grade examples. William III ruled alone after the
Seaby #3457Two Guineas, 1701, Fine Work. William III. S-3457; Fr-310. Most twos will probably never catalogue at the same level as the fivers, but as all advanced gold collectors know
Seaby #3460 Guinea, 1700. S.3460; Fr-309; KM-498.1. William III. Second laureate Bust. Human-shaped harp on shield. Natural edge flaw at 3 o'clock. Faint adjustment marks on obverse.
Seaby #3463 William III AV Guinea. GVLIEMVS III DEI GRATIA, laureate bust right / MAG BR FRA ET HIB REX 17-01, crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around arms of Orange, crossed scepters in the angles.
Seaby #3470William III AR Crown. OCTAVO & dated 1696. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust right / Crowned cruciform shields. ESC 89.
Seaby #3473Silver Crown, 1697. William III. S-3473. Third draped bust. 2nd harp. Edge not viewable in the slab, but designated as ESC-96 (i.e., NONO regnal year) by NGC. This coin is
Seaby #3474Silver Crown, 1700. William III. S-3474. Third bust. Edge not viewable in the slab but designated by NGC as ESC-97, which would be DVODECIMO edge, the standard regnal year
Seaby #3494William III AR Halfcrown. Dated 1700. First bust right / Cruciform crowned coats-of-arms around Nassau lion; first harp. Edge: DECVS...DVODECIMO. ESC 561.
Seaby #3498William III AR Halfcrown. London mint. Dated DECIMO & 1698. Laureate, draped, & cuirassed First bust right / Crowned cruciform coat-of-arms around arms of Orange; plain quarters. ESC 554.
Seaby #3507Shilling, 1697. S.3507; ESC-1102. William III. Third bust. Original fresh mint luster, silvery gray obverse, reverse toned more deeply but struck up better than is usually
Seaby #3516 Shilling, 1700. S.3516; ESC-1121A. William III. Fifth bust. Small round O's in date. Attractively toned, an even medium gray; well struck on both sides. NGC graded MS-63.
Seaby #3520 Sixpence, 1696. S.3520; ESC-1533; KM-484.1. William III. First bust. Bold strike with lovely gray toning. NGC graded MS-63.
Seaby #3526 Sixpence, 1696 Y. S.3526; ESC-1539; KM-484.7. William III. First bust. York mint. Lustrous & lightly toned. NGC graded MS-62.
Seaby #3528 6 Pence, 1697. S.3538; ESC-1566. William III. Third bust. Brilliant & fully lustrous example. NGC graded MS-65. Estimated Value 00-500.
Seaby #3533 Guinea, 1726. S.3633; Fr-327; KM-559.1. George I. 5th bust. A lovely & lustrous guinea. NGC graded MS-63. Estimated Value , 500-5, 500.
Seaby #3538 6 Pence, 1697. S-3538; ESC-1566; KM-496.1. William III. Haymarking. Lustrous & toned. NGC graded MS-63. Estimated Value 00-350.
Seaby #3542Silver Sixpence, 1697. William III. S-3542. Third bust. One of the most common of the earlier milled coinages, struck in large numbers (at a number of mints around the country)
Seaby #3546 Sixpence, 1698. S.3546; ESC-1575; 496.9. William III. Third bust. Plumes in reverse angles. Bold strike with lovely toning. NGC graded MS-64.
Seaby #3547 Sixpence, 1699. S.3547; ESC-1578; KM-496.10. William III. Third bust. Roses in reverse angles. Lustrous with iridescent toning. NGC graded MS-64.
Seaby #3557 Farthing, 1696. S.3557. William III. Hint of obverse luster. NGC graded MS-63 Brown. Estimated Value , 100-1, 300.
Seaby #3558Proof silver Farthing, 1698. William III. P-680. Type as S-3558, the second issue in which the date follows the reverse legend, stop after it. Very scarce. The most curious
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