Charles II's 'Petition' Crown Reigns Supreme


pattern coin echoes the tumultuous post-English Civil War era, symbolizing the failed petition for Chief Engraver under King Charles II.

Magnificent Relic

Only seven reside in public institutions, making this auction's MS62 NGC-certified coin a numismatic treasure with unparalleled artistry and historical significance.

Artistry & Rarity

Cris Bierrenbach, EVP of International Numismatics at Heritage Auctions, describes the rarity and quality of the Charles II 'Petition' Crown as unparalleled.

Coveted Collector's Prize

A monumental find with just four in private hands, this coin, proposed by Sir John Evans, offers a unique glimpse into British Medieval history.

British Medieval Magic

The regal beauty of Victoria's gold-proof pattern crown (5 Shillings) 1887 PR65+ Ultra Cameo NGC. With only six in existence.

Regal Patterns Unveiled

Admire the brilliance of William Wyon's George III silver Proof Pattern 'Three Graces' Crown 1817 PR63 Cameo NGC. A captivating depiction of England.

Wyon's Masterpiece

Highly elusive and coveted, this pattern issue, alongside George III 5 Guineas and Edward VIII 5 Pounds, commands attention in British numismatics.

Elusive Elegance

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