Coin and Paper Money Collecting/1790 guinea


Henk50 wrote at 2015-11-02 10:14:47
According to R.N.P. Hawkins: A DICTIONARY OF MAKERS of British metallic tickets, checks, medalets, tallies, and counters 1788-1910, p. 337, this Imitation Spade Guinea probably is manufactured by George Ernest Lancelott, between 1887 and 1904.  

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Renowned technology and business copywriter as well as established specialist in British and French coins; of any period for British but post 1780-ish for French; and any denomination....Origins and history of British silver coins (crowns, halfcrowns and florins) primarily from the reign of Charles I onwards. Matters relating to their value, saleability, condition, desirability and related issues. Broadly speaking I am pretty clued-up on most European coins too. Not American coins at all.


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