The collectable coin market shows no signs of slowing even with the dip in the commodity price for Gold & Silver, many lots are going to collectors as a means to invest.

A single owner Silver Coin Collection was included in the sale with most of the lots selling above estimates with a total of over £6,000.

Lot 9

A Siege Piece Coinage of the Civil War 1645-1649, Charles I Newark Siege Shilling, Crown between C.R.XX1 below, reverse OBS Newark 1646, on the corner rubbed on both sides, may be a good luck touch.

Hammer £1,000

Lot 5

A Royal Mint limited edition New Zealand 1994 HMS Endeavour 50 Cents Bi Metal Gold Proof Coin 482/500 inner ring 22ct Gold outer ring 9ct white gold, frosted proof, weight 22.5g with certificate in case.

Hammer £580

Lot 47

A Edward VII 1904 Silver Half Crown.

Hammer £520

Lot 27

A Queen Victoria Bun Head 1871 Bronze Half Penny.

Hammer £460

Lot 21

A Queen Victoria Bun Head 1869 Bronze Penny.

Hammer £430

Lot 1

A Queen Victoria 1876 Gold Sovereign having Sydney Mint Mark.

Hammer £380