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- An extremely rare 429h Mirdasids Dinar struck under Shibl al-dawla Nasr I;
- Extremely rare Arab Byzantine Abd al Malik, Solidus;
- A George III Pattern Guinea, by John Tanner, 1761, laureate head right, rev. struck en médaille, crowned quartered shield of arms one of only a few examples known;
- Edward The Black Prince, Hardi D'Or: Struck in Bordeaux, it was the final gold coin of the Black Prince issued from 1368. Anglo-Gallic coins were issued from 1340, the time that Edward III assumed the title of "King of England and France";
- Scotland, William II, Darien Company, Pistole 1701: extremely rare gold coin issued following by an Act of Scottish Parliament and the formation of the Darien Company which traded overseas, principally with Africa;
- England, Edward VIII Matt finish Pattern Florin 1937: mint state and thought to be unique, as other florins are in proof sets with a bright finish.
- James VI of Scotland Gold Twenty Pound, 1576: the largest Scottish coin ever issued, very rare;
- Charles I Oxford Mint, Rawlins Crown, 1644: one of only three specimens available and has its provenance running through many famous collections back to early twentieth century and is of highest rarity;
- Charles II Petition Crown, 1663: the "Petition Crown" extremely fine with superb pedigree and one of the most desirable British coins struck;
- Elizabeth I (1558-1603) Ship Ryal: extremely fine, showing the Queen with orbit and septre;
- Phillip IV of Spain 50 Reales, 1635: only 12 examples known of which 6 are in public collections. There is perhaps no finer emblems in silver of the Spanish main than this magnificent huge coin;
- George III Pattern Five Guinea, 1770: only three examples of the extremely rare pattern guinea have appeared in the past 45 years.
During financial year 2011/2012, Avarae increased its exposure to Roman gold coins with the acquisition of gold Aures struck at Rome around AD200.
During the same period, Avarae added an exceptional Charles 1 Gold Half Unit, first issued between 1625 and 1634, which is the earliest gold issue by Charles 1 of Scotland and also a Charles 1 Triple Unites, made between 1642 and 1644, which is the largest denomination gold coin ever struck in England
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