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eAUCTION I

25 April 2013, 6 pm

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French Revolution & Napoleonic collection Ancient Coins , World Coins & Medals


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ELECTRONIC AUCTION I 25 April 2013, 6 pm

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Ars Time Company Ltd - Co. no. 1812614 Suite 2611, Langham Place Office Tower, 8 Argyle Street, Mongkok, Kowlonn, Hong-Kong


Summary & Grading scale

Ancient Coins: p. 1 p. 2 p. 6 p. 9 p. 9

Celtic Greek Roman Byzantine Crusaders World Coins:

p. 10 p. 11 p. 11 p. 14 p. 14 p. 14 p. 15 p. 15 p. 15 p. 15 p. 16

Algeria Annam Austria Belgium Bermuda Cambodia Chile Croatia Cyprus Denmark France

French Revolution & Napoleonic collection p. 23 (Including Austrian, Belgian, British, Croatian, French, German, Italian, Netherlands, Russian & Swiss medals and/or jetons)

Germany Great-Britain Greece Hungary India Indochina Isles du Vent (Windward Island) Italy Luxembourg Mexico Morocco Netherlands Norway Philippines Poland Portugal Russia Sarawak Spain Suriname Sweden Switzerland Thailand Tobago Tunisia USA

p. 53 p. 61 p. 62 p. 65 p. 65 p. 65 p. 67 p. 67 p. 72 p. 73 p. 73 p. 73 p. 74 p. 74 p. 74 p. 75 p. 75 p. 77 p. 77 p. 77 p. 77 p. 78 p. 79 p. 79 p. 79 p. 79

Prices are listed in EUR

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NGC

Our evaluation of condition is based on PCGS Grading Scale England PCGS AG 3 G 4-6 VG 8-10 F 12-15 VF 20-25 VF 30-35

ENGLAND

USA

FRANCE

GERMANY

ITALY

Fair

About Good

Bien Conservée (BC)

Gering (GE)

Discreto (M)

Good

Très Bien Conservée (TBC)

Gut Erhalten

Very Good

Beau (B)

Sehr gut Erhalten (SGE)

Bello (B)

Fine

Très Beau (TB)

Schön (S)

Molto bello (MB)

Nearly Fine Fine (F)

Very Fine

Very Fine (VF)

Good Very Fine (VF) Extremely Fine EF 40-45 Extremely Fine (EF) About Uncirculated AU 50-53 Good EF AU 55-58 MS/PR 60-62 About Uncirculated Mint State/Proof MS/PR 63-64 Uncirculated (Unc) Choice MS/Proof FDC Gem MS/Proof MS/PR 65-66 MS/PR 67-68 FDC exceptionnel Superbe Gem MS/Pr.

Sehr schön (SS) Très Très Beau (TTB)

Bellissimo (BB) Vorzüglich (VZ)

Superbe

Fast Stempelglanz

Splendide

Bankfrisch

Neuf

Stempelglanz (ST)

Fleur de Coin (FDC)

Erstabschlag

Splendido

Fior di conio (FDC)


Celtic coins

Prices are listed in EUR

Celtic coins

1. Gaul. Aulerci Diablintes. AR Stater, c. 120-50 (Ar - 6,09g 2h). DT 2169; Cf. La Tour 6493. Very fine. 400 / 600

6. Lucania. Velia. Didrachm, c. 320-280 (Ar - 7,31g - 5h). SNG ANS 1384. Good extremely fine. 200 / 400

2. Gaul. Coriosolites. Bi Stater, c. Ist c. BC (Bi - 6,62g - 10h). DT 2334; Cf. La Tour 6703; CdB, 24, IVa.

7. Bruttium. Kroton. Nomos, c. 480-430 (Ar - 7,86g - 4h) . SNG ANS 277. Small test cut on obverse. Pleasant gray tone. Very fine. 100 / 300

Old number “8” probably written by Jean-Baptiste Colbert de Beaulieu, scholar of the Celtic coinage, especially of Coriosolites coinage.

Very fine to extremely fine.

200 / 300

8. Thrace. Byzantium. Siglos, c. 340-320 (Ar - 5,40g). Gross 4233; SNG Copenhagen 475-477. Light gray tone. Very fine. 100 / 200

3. Gaul. Carnutes. Bronze “au cheval & sanglier”, c. 50-25 (Ae - 3,23g - 5h). Cf. DT 2605. LT 6202. Type without cross above horse on reverse. Beautiful green patina. Very fine. 80 / 200

Greek coins

9. Tracian Islands. Thasos. Tetradrachm, c. 168-148 (Ar 16,61g - 2h). Le Rider 51; SNG Copenhagen 1046. Mark of broken die on reverse. Beautiful high relief portrait, well centered. Pleasant gray tone. Good extremely fine. 200 / 500

4. Lucania. Metapontion. Nomos, c. 340-330 (Ar - 7,85g 2h). SNG ANS 448. Scratches on obverse. About extremely fine. 300 / 600

5. Lucania. Thurium. Nomos, c. 440-400 (Ar - 7,95g - 5h). SNG Ahmolean 871. Small test cut on obverse. Very fine. 400 / 700

10. Kingdom of Thrace. Lysimachos (323-281). Tetradrachm, uncertain mint (Ar - 16,76g - 10h). Müller - cf. 539. High relief portrait, fine style & well centered. About extremely fine. 200 / 500 1


Greek coins

11. Kingdom of Macedonia. Alexander III the Great (336-323). Tetradrachm, Tarsus c. 327-323 (Ar - 16,80g - 2h). Price 3019; M端ller 1284; SNG Ashmolean 2891 (these dies). High relief portrait. Extremely fine. 200 / 500

16. Macedonia. Roman protectorate (c. 167-149). Tetradrachm, c. 158-150 (Ar - 16,85g - 12h). BMC 6; SNG Copenhagen 314. Good very fine. 200 / 400

12. Kingdom of Macedonia. Alexander III the Great (336-323). Drachm, Miletus ? c. 323-320 (Ar - 4,34g - 7h). Cf. Price 2121. Lustrous. Good extremely fine. 200 / 400

17. Attica. Athens. Tetradrachm, c. 350-294 (Ar - 17,26g 8h). Kroll 15; SNG Copenhagen 63. Short flan. Beautiful gray tone. About extremely fine. 200 / 400

13. Kingdom of Macedonia. Alexander III the Great (336-323). AE17, Salamis c. 332-323 (Ae - 5,09g - 12h). Cf. Price 3143. Dark patina. Very fine. 30 / 60

18. Corinth. Stater, c. 345-307 (Ar - 8,54g - 6h). Ravel 1076; Pegasi 451. Good very fine. 300 / 600

Enlargement 1.5

14. Kingdom of Paeonia. Lykkeios (359-335). Tetradrachm (Ar - 13,09g - 12h). Paeonian Hoard 63; SNG ANS 1019. Small test cut on obverse. Light iridescent tone. Good extremely fine. 400 / 800

19. Bithynia. Cios. Hemidrachm, Aristokratis magistrate c. 350-300 (Ar - 2,19g - 9h). Waddington, Rec. Gen. - cf. 2/5 (drachm). Fine portrait, well centered. Light gray tone. About extremely fine. 80 / 150

15. Kingdom of Paeonia. Patraos (335-315). Tetradrachm (Ar - 13,56g - 6h). Paeonian Hoard 184 (same dies); SNG ANS 1032 var. Very fine. 200 / 400

20. Aeolis. Kyme. Tetradrachm, Diogenes magistrate (Ar 16,87g - 1h). SNG Delpierre 2555; SNG von Aulock 7697. Fine style, well centered. Light gray tone. Rare magistrate. About extremely fine. 500 / 1000

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Greek coins

21. Ionia. Magnesia ad Maeandrum. Tetradrachm, Euphemos magistrate, son of Pausanios c. 155-145 (Ar - 17,02 - 12h). BMC 36; SNG Copenhagen 844; Jones in ANS MN 24 (1979), 8-22. Light iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 800 / 1200

26. Cilicia. Tarsus. Mazaios Satrap of Cilicia (361-334). Stater (Ar - 10,59g - 9h). SNG Levante 102; SNG France 340. Rare. Extremely fine. 200 / 500

22. Islands of Caria. Rhodes. Didrachm, Ameinias magistrate c. 230-205 (Ar - 6,83g - 12h). SNG Copenhagen 759; SNG Keckman 543. Cleaned. About extremely fine. 200 / 400

27. Syria. Seleucid Kingdom. Antiochos III (223-187). Tetradrachm, uncertain mint near Antioch c. 223-211 (Ar 16,82g - 11h). Le Rider Antioch 47; SC 1063; SNG Spaer 620. WSM 1186. Very fine. 200 / 400

Enlargement 1.5

23. Lycian League. Masicytes. Hemidrachm, struck under Julius Caesar c. 48-42 (Ar - 1,84g - 12h). Troxell Period IV, Series 1, 86. Some porosity on reverse. Fine portrait. Beautiful gray tone. About extremely fine. 100 / 200

28. Syria. Seleucid Kingdom. Demetrios II Nicator. First reign (146-139). Tetradrachm, Sidon year 168 (145-144) (Ar - 13,89g - 1h). Houghton 717 var. (monogram); Cf. SNG Spaer 1660. Fine portrait. Beautiful dark tone. About extremely fine. 200 / 500

24. Pamphylia. Aspendos. Stater, c. 420-370 (Ar - 10,88g 6h). Tekin, Aspendian Wrestlers, Serie 3; SNG Copenhagen 1796. Lustrous. Good extremely fine. 200 / 400

29. Syria. Seleucid Kingdom. Ariarathes VII (112-100). Tetradrachm in the name of Antiochos VII, Antioch c. 104102 (Ar - 16,55g - 12h). Newell 298v; SMA 298; SNG Spaer 1872. Light iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 100 / 300

25. Pamphylia. Aspendos. Stater, c. 420-370 (Ar - 10,95g 11h). Tekin, Aspendian Wrestlers, Serie 3; SNG Copenhagen 1796. Lustrous. Good extremely fine. 200 / 400

30. Syria. Seleucid Kingdom. Antiochos VIII Epiphanes, sole reign (121-96). Tetradrachm, Antioch c. 109-96 (Ar - 16,18g - 1h). SC 2309.2d; SNG Spaer 2554. Area of flat strike. Fine style, beautiful gray tone. Extremely fine. 200 / 400 3


Greek coins

31. Seleucid Kingdom. Lycia. Tetradrachm in the name of Alexander the Great, Phaselis year 6 (213-212) (Ar - 16,71g 1h). Price 2842; Müller 1184. Dark tone. Very fine. 100 / 300

36. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy I Soter (323-283). Tetradrachm, Alexandria c. 305-283 (Ar - 13,38g - 1h). Svoronos 252; SNG Copenhagen 69. Δ behind ear. Test cut on obverse, scratches. Very fine. 100 / 300

32. Syria. Laodicea ad Mare. Tetradrachm, year 23 (59-58) (Ar - 15,16g - 12h). Mørkholm, ANS MN 28 (1983), 104, 13a; SNG Copenhagen - cf. 318. Light gray tone. Very fine. 100 / 300

37. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy I Soter (323-283). Tetradrachm, Alexandria c. 304-283 (Ar - 14,19g - 11h). Svoronos 265; SNG Copenhagen 73. Δ behind ear. Test cut on reverse, two minor scratches. Light gray tone. Good very fine. 200 / 400

33. Phoenicia. Arados. Tetradrachm, year 163 (97-96) (Ar 15,01g - 12h). BMC 211. Light gray tone. Very fine. 200 / 400

38. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy I Soter (323-283). AE27, Alexandria (Ae - 16,59 - 12h). Svoronos 275; SNG Copenhagen 76. Dark green patina. Good very fine. 100 / 150

34. Phoenicia. Tyre. Tetradrachm, year 87 (40-39) (Ar 13,80g - 12). Prieur 1372; RPC 4626. Some porosity on obverse. Pleasant gray tone. About very fine. 250 / 350

39. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy I Soter (323-283). AE20, Cyprus c. 310-306 (Ae - 9,86g - 12h). Svoronos 74; SNG Copenhagen cf. 642. Slight roughness. Dark green patina. Good very fine. 200 / 300

Enlargement 1.5

35. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy I Soter as Satrap of Egypt (323-305). Reduced tetradrachm, Alexandria c. 310305 (Ar - 15,46g - 12h). Svoronos 174; SNG Copenhagen 28. Small test cut on obverse, slight die shift. Light iridescent tone. About extremely fine. 800 / 1200

40. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy I Soter (323-283). AE15, Cyprus c. 310-306 (Ae - 4,86g - 12h). Svoronos 80; SNG Copenhagen 643. Area of flat strike. Dark patina. Good very fine. 80 / 150

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41. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy II Philadelphos (285-246). AE23, Alexandria year 24 (247-246 BC) (Ae 12,60g - 12h). Svoronos 519; SNG Copenhagen -. Beautiful dark patina. About extremely fine. 80 / 150

Greek coins

46. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy IV Philopator (221205). AE38 (Ae - 45,63g - 11h). Svoronos 974; SNG Copenhagen 227. About very fine. 100 / 200

42. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy II Philadelphos (285-246). AE28, Alexandria year 15 (256 BC) (Ae - 17,37g - 1h). Cf. Svoronos 493; SNG Copenhagen -. Green patina. About very fine. 300 / 450

47. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II (145-116). AE25, Cyprus, Paphos year 33 (137 bc) (Ae - 10,13g - 12h). Svoronos 1628; SNG Copenhagen. Dark patina. Very fine. 100 / 150

43. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy III Euergetes (246221). AE30, Cyprus (Ae - 18,84g - 12h). Svoronos 1005; SNG Copenhagen 644. Fine style. Pleasant dark patina. Good extremely fine. 200 / 300

Enlargement 1.5

48. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Time of Cleopatra VII (5130). AE17, Cyprus, Neopaphos c. 51-30 (Ae - 3,47g - 12h). Svoronos -; SNG Copenhagen -. Pleasant dark green patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 150

44. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy III Euergetes (246221). AE19, Cyprus (Ae - 4,92g - 12h). Svoronos 1007; SNG Copenhagen 646. Dark green patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 300

49. Zeugitania. Carthage. Trishekel, c. 241 BC (Ae - 24,79g 12h). Alexandropoulos 373, 46b; SNG Copenhagen 256. Rare issue with Uraeus on reverse. Area of flat strike & minor deposits. Dark green and red patina, fine style. About extremely fine. 800 / 1200

Enlargement 1.5

45. Egypt. Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy III Euergetes (246221). AE16, Cyprus (Ae - 2,89g - 12h). Svoronos 1008; SNG Copenhagen 647. Fine style. Beautiful ark green patina. Good extremely fine. 40 / 80

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Roman coins

Roman coins, Republic

55. M. Junius Brutus. Denarius, Rome 54 BC (Ar - 3,53g - 5h). Crawford 433/1. Junia 31. Minor porisity on obverse. Light iridescent tone. Good very fine. 200 / 400

50. Anonymous (AN or AV series). Denarius, Rome c. 194190 (Ar - 3,40g - 7h). Crawford 136/1; Anonymous 35 & Aurelia 1. Minor scratches. Light gray tone. Good very fine. 80 / 200

56. Julius Caesar. Denarius, Africa c. 47-46 (Ar - 3,78g - 6h). Crawford 458/1; Julia 10. Minor test cut on obverse, broken die on reverse. Fine style, pleasant gray tone. About extremely fine. 200 / 400 51. C. Terentius Lucanus. Denarius, Rome 147 BC (Ar - 4,04g - 7h). Crawford 217/1; Terentia 10. Minor scratches. Light gray tone. Very fine. 50 / 150

57. Sextus Pompey. Denarius, Sicily c. 42-40 (Ar - 3,34g 6h). Crawford 511/3a; Pompeia 27. Minor spot of verdigris on reverse. Dark tone. Very fine. 200 / 500

52. M. Vargunteius. Denarius, Rome 130 BC (Ar - 3,90g - 1h). Crawford 257/1; Vargunteia 1. Very fine. 50 / 150

58. Mark Antony. M. Oppius Capito. Fleet Coinage. Light series. Semis, Achaea c. 38-37 (Ae - 3,30 - 9h). Cf. Amandry, SNR 66 (1987), 105-106; Cf. RPC 1466. Beautiful dark green patina. About very fine. 250 / 500

53. C. Plutius. Denarius, Rome 121 BC (Ar - 3,77g - 12h). Crawford 278/1; Plutia 1. Minor scratch. Gray tone. About extremely fine. 50 / 150

Enlargement 1.5

59. Mark Antony with Octavia. M. Oppius Capito. Fleet Coinage. Light series. Semis, Achaea c. 38-37 (Ae - 3,27g 3h). Amandry, SNR 66 (1987), 24; RPC 1470. Pleasant dark green patina. Very fine. 500 / 700

54. L. Calpurnius Piso L.f. L.n. Frugi. Denarius, Rome 90 BC (Ar - 3,89g - 7h). Crawford 340/1; Calpurnia 12. The large amount of denairii issued by Calpurnius Piso can be attributed to the costs of the Social Wars. They had to convert in coins the bullions of the Treasure of the aerarium. Beautiful iridescent tone.

Good extremely fine.

80 / 200

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Roman coins

Roman coins, Empire

65. Didius Julianus (193). Sestertius, Rome may - june 193 (Ae - 17,50g - 6h). Cohen 3; RIC 14a. Rare. Good fine. 200 / 400

60. Augustus (27 BC - AD 14). Denarius, Italy c. 29-27 (Ar - 3,79g - 6h). Cohen 44; RIC 274. Pleasant light iridescent tone. About extremely fine. 200 / 600

66. Clodius Albinus Caesar (193-195). Denarius, Rome c. 194-195 (Ar - 2,74g - 11h). Cohen 9; RIC 2. Beautiful dark tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200

61. Augustus (27 BC - AD 14). Gaul. Dupondius, Nemausus c. 10-14 (Ae - 12,78g - 12h). Cohen 8; RIC 159; RPC 525. Minor porosity on obverse. Beautiful olive-green patina. Good very fine. 200 / 400

67. Caracalla (198-217). Sestertius, Rome c. 211 (Ae - 25,77g - 12h). Cohen 9; RIC 2. Beautiful olive-green patina. Good very fine. 300 / 500

62. Claudius (41-54). Phoenicia. AE24, Berytos (Ae - 13,84g - 1). BMC 72; RPC 4546. Dark and red patina. Very fine. 40 / 60

68. Caracalla (198-217). Mesopotamia. Tetradrachm, Carrhae c. 215-217 (Ar - 12,24g - 6h). Prieur 820. Gray tone. Good extremely fine. 200 / 400

63. Nero (54-69). Denarius, Rome c. 65-66 (Ar - 2,77g - 11h). Cohen 314; RIC 60. Test cuts on reverse. Gray tone. About very fine. 80 / 200

64. Marcus Aurelius Caesar (139-161). Denarius, Rome c. 155-156 (Ar - 3,32g - 6h). Cohen 702; RIC 466a. Pleasant gray tone. Good extremely fine. 80 / 200

69. Caracalla (198-217). Pisidia. AE32, Antioch (Ae - 26,85g - 6h). SNG BN 1135. Green & brown patina. Very fine. 100 / 200

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Roman coins

70. Alexander Severus (222-235). Pisidia. AE32, Antioch (Ae - 22,34g - 5h). SNG Copenhagen 55; SNG von Aulock 4948. Brown & green patina. Very fine. 60 / 100

75. Gallienus (253-268). Antoninianus, Treveri c. 257-258 (Ar 3,54g - 6h). Cohen 310; RIC 18. Rare. Light irediscent tone. Good extremely fine. 50 / 150

76. Gallienus (253-268). Antoninianus, Treveri c. 258-259 (Ar - 3,08g - 7h). Cohen 1062; RIC 49. Area of die rust on reverse. Pleasant iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

71. Maximinus I (235-238). Sestertius, Rome c. 236-238 (Ae - 25,23 - 11h). Cohen 38; RIC 81. Beautiful olive-green patina. Extremely fine. 300 / 500

77. Gallienus (253-268). Antoninianus, Treveri c. 258-259 (Ar - 2,74g - 6h). Cohen 120; RIC 54. Strong irediscent tone. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

72. Herennius Etruscus (251). Antoninianus, Rome (Ar 3,05g - 7h). Cohen 4; RIC 138. Minor spot of verdigris on obverse. Light irediscent tone. Good very fine. 50 / 150

78. Valerianus II Caesar (256-258). Antoninianus, Treveri c. 257-258 (Ar - 3,04g - 6h). Cohen 5; RIC 9. Irediscent tone. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

73. Gallienus (253-268). Antoninianus, Treveri c. 257 (Ar 3,15g - 12h). Cohen 397; RIC 22. Lustrous. Good extremely fine. 50 / 150

79. Victorinus (269-271). Antoninianus, Treveri c. 270 (Ae 4,17g - 6h). Cohen 90 var.; RIC 57. Fine style, brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

74. Gallienus (253-268). Antoninianus, Treveri c. 256-259 (Ar - 4,51g - 12h). Cohen 253; RIC 11. Light irediscent tone. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

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80. Constantius II (337-361). Reduced siliqua, Lugdunum c. 360-361 (Ar - 2,27g - 6h). Cohen 343; RIC 216. Gray tone, well centered. Good very fine. 100 / 200

Early Medieval coins

85. Constantinus X Ducas (1059-1067). Histamenon, Constantinople (Av - 4,37g - 6h). DOC 1; Sear 1847. Extremely fine. 300 / 600

Early Medieval coins, Crusaders

81. Honorius (393-423). Solidus, Ravenna c. 402-406 (Av 4,44g - 1h). Cohen 44; RIC 1287. Very fine. 300 / 600

86. Kingdom of Cyprus. Henry II (1285-1324). Gros (Ar 4,84g - 2h). Schlumberger pl. VI, n째16. About very fine. 200 / 400

82. Theodosius II (402-450). Solidus, Constantinople, 4th officina c. 424-425 (Av - 4,38g - 6h). RIC 232. Minor scratch & remains of concretion on obverse. Lustrous. Good extremely fine. 700 / 550

87. Kingdom of Cyprus. Henry II (1285-1324). Gros (Ar 4,57g - 9h). Schlumberger pl. VI, n째20. About extremely fine. 100 / 200

Byzantine coins

88. Kingdom of Cyprus. Henry II (1285-1324). Half gros (Ar 2,46g - 4h). Schlumberger pl. VI, n째15. Very rare. Good very fine. 600 / 1200

83. Constans II, with Constantine IV, Heraclius, and Tiberius (641-668). Solidus, Constantinople, officina G c. 654-659 (Av - 4,27g - 7h). DOC 26h; Sear 960. Good very fine. 350 / 500

89. Kingdom of Cyprus. Henry II (1285-1324). Half gros (Ar 2,34g - 5h). Schlumberger pl. VI, n째22. Rare quality. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

84. Constans II, with Constantine IV, Heraclius, and Tiberius (641-668). Solidus, Constantinople, officina I c. 661-663 (Av - 4,36g - 7h). DOC 30i; Sear 964. Extremely fine. 350 / 500

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Algeria

90. Kingdom of Cyprus. Henry II (1285-1324). Denier (Ar 0,53g - 1h). Schlumberger pl. VI, n°23. Light gray tone. About very fine. 30 / 50

95. Algeria / Morroco. Muley Abd al-Rahman (1822-1859). Ae Medal, 1844 by Caqué. “Prow CUIVRE” on edge (c. 18421845). (Ae - 74,45g - 53mm). Esc. 21. Some scratches on reverse. Beautiful brown patina.

91. Kingdom of Cyprus. Henry II (1285-1324). Denier (Ar 0,64g - 6h). Schlumberger pl. VI, n°23. Minor corrosion. About very fine. 30 / 50

Commemorating the Bombardment of Tangiers ad the Capture of Mogador by Ferdinand d’Orléans, Prince de Joinville.

Extremely fine.

Modern coins, Algeria

300 / 500

96. Algeria. Ae Propaganda Medal, 1857 (Ae - Slab). Lec. 42. Commemorating the French Victory in 1857.

PCGS SP64RB

50 / 100

92. Algeria. Mahmud II (1223-1252AH / 1808-1839). 2 budju, AH1237 (1821) (Ar - 19,61g). KM 75. Pleasant iridescent tone on reverse. Good very fine. 100 / 200

97. Algeria. Ae Propaganda Medal, 1857 (Ae - Slab). Lec. 40. Commemorating the French Victory in 1857.

PCGS SP64RB

50 / 100

93. Algeria. Mahmud II (AH1223-1252 / 1808-1839). Budju, AH1239 (1823-1824) (Ar - 9,79g). KM 68. Remains of lustrous. Good extremely fine. 80 / 150 98. Algeria. Ae Propaganda Medal, 1857 (Ae - Slab). Lec. 39. Commemorating the French Victory in 1857.

PCGS SP64RD

94. Algeria. Mahmud II (AH1223-1252 / 1808-1839). Budju, AH1240 (1824-1825) (Ar - 9,82g). KM 68. Remains of lustrous. Good extremely fine. 80 / 150

50 / 100

99. Algeria. Ae Propaganda Medal, 1857 (Ae - Slab). Lec. 38. Commemorating the French Victory in 1857.

PCGS SP65RB 10

40 / 80


Austria

Austria

Enlargement 1.5

100. Algeria. Ae Propaganda Medal, 1857 (Ae - Slab). Lec. 37. Commemorating the French Victory in 1857.

PCGS SP64RB

40 / 80

105. Austria. Leopold V (1619-1632). Tyrol. 2 taler (1626), Hall (Ar - 57,17g). M/T 487; Dav. 3331; KM 639. Iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 800 / 1200

Enlargement 1.5

101. Algeria. Ae Propaganda Medal, 1857 (Ae - Slab). Lec. -. Commemorating the French Victory in 1857.

PCGS SP64RB

40 / 80

Annam

106. Austria. Charles VI (1711-1740). Taler, 1718 Hall (Ar 28,75g). M/T 841; Dav. 1051; KM 1570. Tooling on field. About very fine. 100 / 200

102. Annam. Thieu Tri (1841-1847). Tien (Ar - Slab). Shroeder 262. KM 257.1. PCGS AU58 200 / 400

107. Austria. Franz Joseph I (1848-1916). 2 taler, 1857 A Vienna (Ar - Slab). Herinek 821; Dav. 20; KM 2246.2. Very rare.

103. Annam. Thieu Tri (1841-1847). 1/2 tien (Ar - Slab). Shroeder 257. KM 255. PCGS AU50 100 / 200

Commemorating the opening of the Vienna to Trieste railroad.

PCGS MS61

104. Annam. Tu Duc (1848-1883). Tien (Ar - Slab). Shroeder 353. KM 402. Scratches. PCGS Genuine - AU Details 300 / 600

1000 / 2000

108. Austria. Salzburg. Franz Anton von Harrach (17091727). Taler, 1716 star (Ar - 29,16g). Zöttl 2408; Pr. 1998; Dav. 1237; KM 308. Light gray tone. About uncirculated. 200 / 400 11


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109. Austria. Salzburg. Franz Anton von Harrach (1709-1727). Taler, 1724 G (Ar - 29,33g). Zöttl 2422; Pr. 2007; Dav. 1239; KM 320. Minor cleaning marks on obverse. Iridescent tone. About extremely fine. 300 / 500

113. Austria. Salzburg. Sigismund III Von Schrattenbach (1747-1753). Taler, 1760 MK (Ar - 27,97g). Zöttl 2987; Pr. 2288; Dav. 1254; KM 395.1. Minor cleaning marks on obverse, light iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

110. Austria. Salzburg. Andreas Jakob von Dietrichstein (1747-1753). Taler, 1748 FMK (Ar - 29,14g). Zöttl 2858; Pr. 2217; Dav. 1245; KM 354. Minor scratches on obverse, light iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 400 / 600

114. Austria. Salzburg. Hieronymus von Collorado-Waldsee (1772-1803). Taler, 1777 M (Ar - 27,93g). Zöttl 3213; Pr. 2430; Dav. 1263; KM 435. Minor scratches on obverse, iridescent tone. About extremely fine. 100 / 200

111. Austria. Salzburg. Sigismund III (1753-1771). Taler, 1758 (Ar - Slab). Zöttl 2972; Pr. 2277; Dav. 1250; KM 391. PCGS MS61 100 / 300

115. Austria. Salzburg. Hieronymus von Collorado-Waldsee (1772-1803). Taler, 1790 M (Ar - Slab). Zöttl 3230; Pr. 2444; Dav. 1265. KM 465. Partial black tone. Lustrous. About uncirculated. . 100 / 200

112. Austria. Salzburg. Sigismund III (1753-1771). Taler, 1759 (Ar - Slab). Zöttl 2973; Pr. 2279; Dav. 1252; KM 394. Cleaning. PCGS Genuine - AU Details. 100 / 200

116. Austria. Salzburg. Hieronymus von Collorado-Waldsee (1772-1803). Taler, 1799 M (Ar - 28,03g). Zöttl 3292; Pr. 2453; Dav. 1265; KM 465. Minor scratches on obverse, light gray tone. Extremely fine. 100 / 200 12


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117. Austria. Salzburg. Hieronymus von Collorado-Waldsee (1772-1803). 20 kreuzer, 1800 M (Ar - Slab). KM 460. PCGS MS62 50 / 100

122. Austrian Netherlands. Franz II (1792-1835). 1/4 kronentaler, 1793 B Kremnitz (Ar - 7,35g). Herinek 522; KM 60. Beautiful iresdescent tone. Good extremely fine. 50 / 100

123. Austrian Netherlands. Franz II (1792-1835). Liard, 1793 Angel head Brussels (AE - Slab). De Witte 1172; KM 56. PCGS MS63BN 50 / 100

118. Austria. Salzburg. Ferdinand Elector (1803-1805). Taler, 1803 (Ar - 28,16g). Zรถttl 3408; Pr. 2606; Dav. 43; KM 485. Minor scratches on obverse. Light iridescent tone. Good extremely fine. 200 / 400

119. Austrian Netherlands. Insurrection coinage. 10 sols (10 stuivers), 1790 Angel head Brussels (Ar - 4,68g). De Witte 1158; KM 46. Beautiful iresdescent tone. About extremely fine. 80 / 150

124. Austrian Netherlands. Joseph II (1780-1790). Kronentaler, 1786 Angel head Brussels (Ar - 29,56g). De Witte 1149; Dav. 1284; KM 32. Minor scratches on obverse & adjustment marks. Lustrous. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

120. Austrian Netherlands. Insurrection coinage. 10 sols (10 stuivers), 1790 Brussels (Ar - 4,66g). De Witte 1160; KM 47. Minor edge flaw. Beautiful iridescent tone. Rare. Good extremely fine. 150 / 300

125. Austrian Netherlands. Joseph II (1780-1790). Kronentaler, 1789 Angel head Brussels (Ar - Slab). De Witte 1149; Dav. 1284; KM 32. PCGS MS62 100 / 300

121. Austrian Netherlands. Leopold II (1790-1792). 1/2 kronentaler, 1791 H Gunzburg (Ar - 14,76g). Herinek 47; KM 41. Some adjustment marks. Gray tone. Good very fine. 80 / 150 13


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Belgium

130. Belgium. Leopold I (1831-1865). 5 centimes, 1850 (Ae - Slab). Morin 77. KM 5.1. PCGS MS64RB 50 / 100

126. Belgium. Leopold I (1831-1865). 1/2 franc, 1833 (Ar - Slab). Morin 28. KM 6. Beautiful iresdescent tone. Very rare. PCGS MS63 1000 / 2000

131. Belgium. Leopold II (1865-1909). 50 centimes, 1886 Dutch legend (Ar - Slab). Morin 185. KM 27. PCGS MS64 100 / 200

Bermuda

127. Belgium. Leopold I (1831-1865). 10 centimes, 1832 (Ae - Slab). Morin 61. KM 2.1. PCGS AU58 150 / 300

132. Bermuda. Georges III (1760-1820). Penny, 1793 (Ae - 12,98g). KM 5. Minor edge cut. About very fine. 100 / 200

128. Belgium. Leopold I (1831-1865). 10 centimes, 1847/37 (Ae - 20,32g). Morin 63b. KM 2.1. Brown patina. Extremely fine. 150 / 300

Cambodia

133. Cambodia. Ang Duong (1841-1844 & 1847-1860) or Ang Mey (1844-1847). Tical, CS 1208 (1847) (Ar - 15,21g). KM 36. Good very fine. 300 / 500

129. Belgium. Leopold I (1831-1865). 10 centimes, 1855 (Ae - 20,21g). Morin 66. KM 2.1. Minor edge cut. Rare. Very fine. 300 / 500

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Chile

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134. Chile. Uniface bronze tin Medal Pattern, 1884 Paris by “Louis Bottée & Monnehay sculpteurs” & “Godard graveurs” (Bronzed tin, 102mm). Fixed probably in their original red box. Minor spot of verdigris. Lustrous. Very rare. Commemorating the Peace between Chile, Peru & Bolivia concluding the War of the Pacific.

Good extremely fine.

400 / 800

Croatia Denmark

138. Denmark. Christian VII (1766-1808). 1/15 speciedaler, 1796 MF Altona (Ar – Slab). Hede 15; KM 652. Rare. PCGS AU55 150 / 300

135. Croatia. Ragusa. Maria Theresa. 2 ducati, 1794 (Ar - 28,89g). CNI 398; Dav. 1641; KM 21. Very fine. 100 / 200

Cyprus

136. Cyprus. Venitian occupation. Gerolamo Priuli, doge LXXXIII (1559-1567). Carzia, (Bi - 0,39g). Schlumberger pl. VIII, n°7; Paolucci 17. Light gray tone. Very fine. 30 / 50 139. Denmark. Frederik VI (1808-1839). Speciedaler, 1834 IC//FF Altona (Ar - 28,9g). Hede 26 D; Dav. 73; KM 695.1. Iridescent tone. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

137. Cyprus. Venitian occupation. Lorenzo Priuli, doge LXXXII (1556-1559). Carzia, ND (Bi - 0,47g). Schlumberger pl. VIII, n°6; Paolucci 13. Corrosions. About very fine. 30 / 50 15


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144. France. Henri VI (1422-1453). Blanc aux ecus (nov. 1422) Saint-Lô (Ar - 3,19g). Dup. 445; Elias 288. Pleasant gray tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200

140. Denmark. Frederik VII (1848-1863). Speciedaler, 1848 FK/VS Copenhagen (Ar - 28,89g). Hede 3; Dav. 75; KM 742. Commemorating Christian VIII Death and Accession of Frederik VII.

About uncirculated.

100 / 200

145. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu “à la mèche courte”, 1644 A point Paris (Ar - 27,55g). Star at the end of the obverse legend. G. 201; L4L 150; Dav. 3798; KM 144.3. Light iridescent tone. Rare quality. Good extremely fine. 500 / 800

141. Denmark. Christian IX (1863-1906). 2 Rigsdaler, 1863 RH Copenhagen (Ar - Slab). Hede 3; Dav. 78; KM 770. Commemorating the Frederik VII Death and Accession of Christian IX.

PCGS AU55

100 / 200

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146. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu “à la mèche courte”, 1645 A Rose Paris (Ar - 27,24g). G. 201; L4L 150; Dav. 3798; KM 144.2. Beautiful gray tone. Extremely fine. 300 / 600

142. France. Henri VI (1422-1453). Salut d’or, 2nd issue (6th sept. 1423) Rouen (Av - 3,49g). Dup. 443A; Elias 270c; Fr. 301. Lustrous. Good extremely fine. 1000 / 2000

147. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). 1/4 ecu “à la mèche courte”, 1645 A point Paris (Ar - 6,91g). G. 139; L4L 152; KM 161.1. Minor edge flaw. Remains of lustrous. Good extremely fine. 200 / 300

143. France. Henri VI (1422-1453). Salut d’or, 2nd issue (6th sept. 1423) Troyes (Av - 3,40g). Dup. 443A; Elias 273; Fr. 301. Minor edge marks. Very Rare. Extremely fine. 1000 / 3000

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148. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu “à la mèche longue”, 1652 L Bayonne (Ar - 27,23g). G. 202; L4L 163; Dav. 3799; KM 155.10. Old cleaning. Pleasant gray tone. Extremely fine. 200 / 300

152. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu “au buste juvénile” 2nd type, 1672 A Paris (Ar - 27,42g). G. 205; L4L 193; Dav. 3802; KM 211.1. Old cleaning. Defect on nose. Minor edge marks. Very fine. 500 / 800

149. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu “de Béarn mèche longue”, 1652 **F** Pau (Ar - 27,09g). G. 204; L4L 185; Dav. 3801; KM 181.1. Edge flaw on obverse. Very fine. 300 / 500

153. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). 1/2 ecu “au buste juvénile” 1st type, 1659 A Paris (Ar - 13,40g). G. 173; L4L 195; KM 202.1. Corrosions. Light gray tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200

154. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). 1/12 ecu “du Dauphiné au buste juvénile”, 1660 Z Grenoble (Ar - 2,12g). G. 116; L4L 209; KM 210. Adjustment marks. Pleasant gray tone. Very fine. 80 / 150

150. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). 1/2 ecu “à la mèche longue”, 1646 A heart Paris (Ar - 13,7g). G. 169; L4L 164; KM 164.1. Beautiful iridescent tone. Good extremely fine. 200 / 400

151. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). 1/2 ecu “à la mèche longue”, 1651 I Limoges (Ar - 13,52g). Error in obverse legend “D. G.F.FR.” instead of “D.G.FR.”. G. 169; L4L 164; KM 164.10. Lustrous. Rare quality. About uncirculated. 500 / 800

155. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu “à la cravate” 1st issue, 1673 9 Rennes (Ar - 27,25g). G. 209; L4L 214; Dav. 3805; KM 226.13. Minor adjustment marks on obv. & scratches in field on rev. Beautiful iridescent tone. Rare. Extremely fine. 800 / 1200 17


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156. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). 2 sols “des traitants”, 1675 A Paris (Ar - 0,74g). G. 97; L4L 202; KM 231. Very fine. 50 / 90

161. France. Siege of Lille. 20 sols, 1708 (Ae - 8,35g). Mailliet 73/1; KM 7. About extremely fine. 50 / 100

162. France. Siege of Lille. 10 sols, 1708 (Ae - 4,29g). Mailliet 73/2; KM 6. Good very fine. 50 / 100

157. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu “aux palmes” Reformation, 1693 S Reims (Ar - 27,22g). G. 217; L4L 259; Dav. 3813; KM 298.17. Good extremely fine. 300 / 500

163. France. Siege of Lille. 5 sols, 1708 (Ae - 1,78g). Mailliet 73/3; KM 5. Minor scratches on obverse. Rare. About extremely fine. 100 / 300

158. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ecu “aux 3 couronnes”, 1709 9 Rennes (Ar - 30,43g). G. 229; L4L 353; Dav. 1324; KM 386.23. Gray tone. Extremely fine. 200 / 300 164. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ae Medal, the Liberation of Guise 1650 by Mauger & Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge (Ae - 39,41g - 42mm). Divo -. Nocq 6. Minor edge flaw. Probably a little later strike. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

159. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). 1/10 ecu “aux 3 couronnes” Reformation, 1713 L Bayonne (Ar - 3,03g). G. cf. 125; L4L - cf. 357; KM - cf. 379.10. Probably unique. Rare. Good very fine. 300 / 500

160. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). 6 deniers “Dardennes”, 1712 N Montpellier (Ae – Slab). I & E of DENIERS over E & I. G. 85; L4L 361; KM 400.2. Very rare in this condition. PCGS MS62BN 400 / 800

165. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ae Medal, the Siege of Guise 1650 by Mauger & Bernard. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 42,69g - 41mm). Divo 30. Probably a little later strike. Extremely fine. 50 / 150 18


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166. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ae Medal, the Coronation of Louis XIV in Reims 1654 by Mauger. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 28,60g - 41mm). Divo 36. A small dark spot at 7 o’clock on obverse. Probably a little later strike. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

170. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ae Medal, “Ordre du Saint-Esprit” 1693 by Mauger. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 37,53g - 41mm). Inscribed on edge : **HUGUES DE PUSIGNAN, 21 7BRE 1814* Divo -. Probably a little later strike. Very interesting. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

167. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ae Medal, the Taking of La Capelle 1656 by Mauger. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 31,21g - 41mm). Divo -. Probably a little later strike. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

171. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ae Medal, Camp of Compiegne 1698 by Mauger. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 38,78g - 41mm). Divo 277. Some scratching on obverse. Probably a little later strike. About extremely fine. 50 / 150

168. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ae Medal, the Taking of La Capelle 1656 by Mauger & Bernard. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 30,44g - 41mm). Divo 45. Some verdigris spots on legend. Probably a little later strike. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

172. France. Louis XV (1715-1774). Ae Medal, Congress of Soissons, 1728 by Duvivier & Roëttier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 28,77g - 41mm). Divo 73. Nocq 98. Probably a little later strike. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

169. France. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Ae Medal, the Recovery from Illness in Calais 1658 by Mauger. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 36,29g - 41mm). Divo 50. Probably a little later strike. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

173. France. Louis XV (1715-1774). Ae Medal, Bridge of Compiegne 1730 by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 39.52g - 41mm). Divo 81. Cf. Nocq 115. Minor scratching on reverse. Very interesting. About extremely fine. 50 / 150 19


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174. France. Louis XV (1715-1774). Ar Medal, New Fortifications of Metz 1732 by Duvivier & Le Blanc. No Hallmark on edge. (Ar - 36,15g - 41mm). Divo 83. Nocq 116. Old collection tone. Rare. About extremely fine. 80 / 200

178. France. Constitution (1971-1792). Ecu 6 Livres, Ae Pattern, 1791 by Andrieu. (Ae - Slab). Maz. 55; VG 189; G. (1989) 46. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely rare. PCGS SP63BN 1500 / 3000

175. France. Louis XV (1715-1774). Ae Medal, Academy of Villefranche 1742 by Roëttiers. Bee “CUIVRE” on edge (c. 1860-1879) (Ae - 32,65g - 42mm). Divo 110. A later strike. Edge flaw with mark of broken die at 12 o’clock on obverse & reverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

179. France. Constitution (1971-1792). Ecu 6 Livres, Ae Pattern, 1791 by Duvivier. (Ae - Slab). Maz. 76; VG 195; G. (1989) 50. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely rare. PCGS SP64BN 1500 / 3000

180. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 3 livres, Tin Pattern. Reverse cliché without mintmark, An IV (1792) by Dupré. (Tin - 3,68g). Maz. -; VG 263; G. (1989) -. Rare. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

176. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Medal, “Assemblée Provinciale de la Généralité d’Orléans” 1787 by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 39,71g- 41mm). Nocq 232.Minor scratching at 12 o’clock. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

181. France. Constitution (1791-1792). 30 sols, 1793 VV Lille (Ar - 10,04g). G. 39; KM 606. Marks of adjustment. Extremely fine. 200 / 300

177. France. Constitution (1971-1792). Ecu 6 livres, Tin Pattern. Reverse cliché without mintmarks, 1791 by Droz. (Tin -3,92g). Maz. 62; VG - cf. 190; G. (1989) 47. Remains of paper on reverse. Rare. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200 20


182. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 6 sols, Bronzed tin Pattern, 1790 (Bronzed tin - 5,59g). Maz. - cf. 181; VG - cf. 142; G (1989) 34. Possibly a little later issue. Minor scratches Rare. About uncirculated. 200 / 500

France

187. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 5 sols, Monneron,1792 Birmingham (Ae - Slab). Maz. 145; VG 291; KM Tn31. PCGS SP64RB 150 / 300

183. France. Constitution (1971-1792). Decime, Bronzed tin Pattern, 1791 by Bernier. (Bronzed tin - 26,05g). Cf. Maz. 225; Cf. VG 218; Cf. G(1989) 22. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. About very fine. 50 / 200

188. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 5 sols, Monneron, 1792 (Ae - Slab). Maz. 150; VG 294; KM Tn28. PCGS MS62BN 150 / 300

184. France. Constitution (1971-1792). Dixain, Rochon, Bronze Pattern, 1791 Lyon (Ae - 9,51g). Maz. 203; VG 208. Extremely fine. 100 / 200 189. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 5 sols, Monneron,1792 Birmingham (Ae - 26,69g).Maz. 163; VG 295; KM Tn35. Extremely fine. 150 / 300

185. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 6 blancs, 1791 by Montagny. (Ae - 4,54g). Maz. 115; VG 238. About extremely fine. 100 / 200

190. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 2 sols, Monneron, 1791 Soho (Birmingham) (Ae - Slab). Maz. 152; VG 233; KM Tn23. PCGS MS62BN 100 / 200

186. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 5 sols, Lefèvre Lesage et Cie, 1792 Paris (Ar - 0,80g). Maz. 137. VG 314. KM Tn15. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

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196. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Centime Pattern, ND (1797-1798) by Gengembre (Ae - 1,96g). Maz. 381; VG 596; G(1989) 73. Good very fine. 100 / 200

191. France. Constitution (1971-1792). 2 sols, Monneron, 1792 Soho (Birmingham) (Ae - 16,33g). Maz. 157; VG 301; KM Tn26. Good very fine. 80 / 150

192. France. Constitution (1971-1792). Brézin “au triangle”, Ae Pattern, 1792 Paris (Ae - 3,85g). Maz. 378; VG 363. Extremely fine. 100 / 200 197. France. Consulat (1799-1804). 40 francs, Bronzed tin Pattern without mintmark, An XI (1802-1803) by Vasselon (Bronzed tin - 14,24g). Maz. 529a; VG 263; G. (1989) 1078. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

193. France. Convention (1792-1795). 5 decimes, 1793 A Paris (Ae - 25,33g). Maz. 261; VG 419; G. (1989) 390. Very fine. 80 / 150

198. France. Consulat (1799-1804). 5 francs (module), Ae Pattern, An 10 (1801-1802) by Gatteaux (Ae - 23,52g). Maz. 610; VG 971. Minor scratches. About uncirculated. 150 / 300 194. France. Directoire (1795-1799). 5 francs (module), Ae Pattern, 1797 by Tournu (Ae - 19,23g). Maz. -; VG -. Struck out of collar. Unpublished. Very rare. Good extremely fine. 300 / 600

199. France. Consulat (1799-1804). 5 francs, Tin Pattern, Reverse cliché without mintmarks & ribbon, An XI by Vasselon (?) (Tin - 11,53g). Maz. - cf. 548a; VG - cf. 1241; G. (1989) - cf. 575. Rare. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

195. France. Directoire (1795-1799). 5 francs (module), Ae Pattern, 1797 by Tournu (Ae - 23,99g). Maz. 385a; VG 526. Minor scratches. Rare. About uncirculated. 300 / 600 22


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200. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton overstruck on Louis XVI Sol W Lille ND (c. 1804-1814) (Ae - 11,51g). “Administration des Droits Réunis”, Ancien customs Administration and tax collectors. Rare. Good extremely fine. 150 / 300

204. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin Medal, “Réunion des Etats Généraux, Les Trois Ordres” 1789 (Tin - 17,09g 44mm). H. 15; TN V, n°1; Jul. 7. Scratching on reverse. Partial tone. Fine. 10 / 50

201. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). 5 francs, Ae Trial, 1812 (Ae - 22,41g). Cf. F 307/41; Cf. Gadoury 584; Cf. Dav. 85; Cf. KM 694.1. Struck with official dies (orientation 3 o’clock) over another coin with corded edge. Very rare. About uncirculated. 600 / 1500

205. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin Medal, “Réunion des Etats Généraux, Les Trois Ordres” 1789 (Tin - 18,84g 44mm). H. 18; TN V, n°3; Jul. -. Fine to very fine. 20 / 50

The French Revolution & Napoleonic Collection

202. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Medal, Soldier Murget save 3 people in Tours 1789 by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 35,08g - 42mm). H. 7; TN II, n°2; Jul. -. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

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206. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Uniface bronzed tin Medal with broken suspension loop, “Siège de la Bastille“ 1789 (Andrieu). (Bronzed tin - 70,42g - 81mm). Second state of the die. An old half collection stamp with number insribed on reverse. H. 24; TN VI, n°6; Jul. 15. Very interesting. Pleasant patina. Extremely fine. 200 / 500

203. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Medal, “Assemblée de la Noblesse de la Généralité de Paris” 1789 by Gatteaux. No Hallmark on edge.(Ae - 40,05g - 42mm). H. 9; TN II, n°4; Jul. -. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 150 23


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210. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae & iron Medal with suspension loop, “Victoire de La Nation Française” 1789 by Palloy. (Ae & iron - 21,92g - 37mm). H. 71; TN VIII, n°2; Jul. 63; W. 6/5. Rare. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

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207. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Uniface medal with suspension loop, “La Nation a conquis son Roi” 1789 by Andrieu. (Bronzed tin - 81,65g - 78mm). First state of the die. An old collection stamp with “193 / 73” insribed on reverse. H. 61; TN XIII, n°1; Jul. 53. Very interesting. Minor corrosion on obverse. Beautiful patina. Extremely fine. 200 / 500

208. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Jeton, City of Lorient, 2nd battalion of Bassigny 1789. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 18,28g - 35mm). H. 65; TN XIII, n°4; Jul. 58; Lec. 234. Rare. Minor scratching. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

209. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin Medal, Regeneration of France 1789 (Tin - 18,43g - 44mm). H. 70; TN V, n°9; Jul. 62. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

211. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Bronzed tin Medal, “La Ville de Paris personnifiée” 1789 by Branche. (Bronzed tin 116,58g - 80mm). Cf. H. 72 & 24 ; Cf. TN VIII, n°3 & VI, n°6; Cf. Jul. 64 & 15. Very interesting. Minor edge bump. Extremely fine. 200 / 400 24


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212. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin Jeton, “Société de Médecine de Lyon” 1789 by Barre. No Hallmark on edge. (Tin - 14,68g - 30mm). H. 83; TN XVII, n°5; Jul. - cf. 70. Two mounting marks. Probably a little later issue. Very fine. 10 / 50

217. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Medal, “Confédération des Français” 1790 by Gatteaux. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 30,87g - 40mm). H. 140; TN XXIII, n°3; Jul. 118. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

213. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Jeton, “Société de Médecine de Lyon” 1789 by Barre. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 6,68g - 28mm). H. 83; TN XVII, n°5; Jul. - cf. 70. Probably a little later issue. Extremely fine. 30 / 60 218. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Medal, “Confédération des François” 1790 by Gatteaux. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 16,67g - 34mm). H. 142; TN XIII, n°-; Jul. 120 var. About extremely fine. 50 / 150

214. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Jeton, “Société de Médecine de Lyon” 1789 by Chavanne. (Ae - 11,47g - 21mm). H. 84; TN XVII, n°4; Jul. - cf. 71. Some verdigris spots on obverse. Probably a little later issue. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 30 / 100

219. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin Medal, “Louis XVI Restaurateur Pour la Constitution et la Liberté” 1790 (Tin 8,78g - 35mm). H. 161; TN XXVII, n°2; Jul. 136. Extremely fine. 50 / 150

215. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Massonic Jeton, Orient of Paris “Loge des Amis de la Paix” 5789 (1789). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 8,51g - 29mm). H. 94; TN XVI, n°6; Jul. 85; Labouret 101. Rare. Small dark spots on obverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 200

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220. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Gilt Ae Medal with suspension loop, “Pacte Fédératif” 1790 (Gilt Ae - 3,27g 19x25mm). H. 169; TN XXVI, n°5; Jul. -. Very fine to extremely fine. 30 / 80

216. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Medal, General Lafayette (1757-1834) 1789 by Lienard. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 17,90g - 32mm). H. 104; TN XVI, n°2; Jul. 94. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock. Extremely fine. 80 / 200 25


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221. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Gilt Ae Medal with suspension loop, “Médaille des colporteurs de papiers publics” ND (1789) by Gatteaux. (Gilt Ae - 47,40g - 59mm). H. 86; TN XIV, n°7; Jul. cf. 73 & 74. Rare. “85” punched, on only 300 exemplars issued.

Extremely fine.

100 / 400

222. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Gilt Ae Medal with suspension loop, “Forts du port aux bleds de Paris” ND (1790) by Gatteaux. (Gilt Ae - 71,16g - 58mm). H. 125; TN XVIII, n°5; Jul. 100 var. Rare. Large spot on overse and reverse. Only 99 exemplars issued.

Extremely fine.

300 / 500

223. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Gilt Ae Medal with suspension loop, Municipality of Soissons 1790 by Gatteaux. (Gilt Ae - 41,44g - 60mm). H. 126; TN XVIII, n°7; Jul. 101. Rare. “18” punched.

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228. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Jeton, 1791. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - Slab - 34mm). H. 291; TN XXXIII, N°5; Jul. 181. V. Gilloteau considers this jeton as a “Monnaie de Confiance” (cf. VG 227). Pleasant brown patina. Rare. PCGS MS61 BN 150 / 400

224. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin Medal, Medal of the French Nation 1790 by Montagny. No Hallmark on edge. (Tin - 10,07g - 30mm). H. 184; TN XXVIII, n°5; Jul. -. Rare. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

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225. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin Jeton, “Fourrier de la Garde Nationale de Lyon” 1790 (Tin - 11,37g - 35mm). H. 190; TN XXIX, n°6; Jul. -. Fine to very fine. 30 / 60

229. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Gilt Ae Medal with suspension loop, Federation of Montpellier 1791 (Gilt Ae 4,59g - 20x25mm). H. -; TN XLVII, n° 1; Jul. -. Rare. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

226. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin uniface Medal, Anniversary of 14th July 1789 in Lyon 1790 (Tin - 10,19g - 43mm). H. -; TN XXII, n°5; Jul. -. Very interesting. Some scratching. This medal hasn’t been issued.

Very fine to extremely fine.

50 / 100

227. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Jeton, District of Bayonne ND (1790). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 12,98g 28mm). H. 293; TN XXXIII, n°4; Jul. 182. Rare. Minor edge bump. Very fine. 40 / 100

230. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Tin Medal, PhilippeFrederic baron of Dietrich, First Mayor of Strasbourg 1791 by Courtot. (Tin - 35,96g - 51mm). H. 305; TN XXXIII, n°1; Jul. 186. Rare. Small spot on reverse. Extremely fine. 100 / 300 27


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235. Belgium. Charles-Louis Governor of Belgium (17711847). Ae Jeton, The Surrendering of Belgium by French Troops 1793. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 22,19g - 35 mm). H. 502; TN -; Jul. - cf. 296. Minor scratching on reverse. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

231. France. Louis XVI (1774-1791). Ae Medal, Jean-Jacques Rousseau ND (1791) by Dumarest & Monneron. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 24,35g - 35mm). H. 306; TN XXXIII, n°8; Jul. 187. Minor scratching on obverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

232. France. Constitution (1971-1792). Tin Medal Pattern, Pattern of the obverse of “Dons Patriotique” 1791 (Tin 9,12g - 31mm). H. -; Cf. TN XXX, n°11; Jul. -. Full brockage. Minor edge flaw. Rare. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

236. Germany. Prussia. Friedrich Wilhelm II (1786-1797). Ae Medal, The Surrendering of Belgium by French Troops 1793 by Loos. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 25,81g - 37mm). H. 522; TN -; Ess. 663 (Ar). Small spot on obverse. Pleasant brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

233. France. Constitution (1971-1792). Ae & iron Medal with suspension loop, Column of the Liberty An 3 (1792) by Palloy. (Ae & iron - 19,63g - 37mm). H. 349; TN XXXIV, n°3; Jul. 199. W. 26/27. Rare. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

237. France. Convention (1792-1795). Tin uniface Medal, Marie Joseph Chalier (1747-1793) ND (1793) (Tin - 34,27g 50mm). Cf. H. 512; TN - cf. XLIII, n°6; Jul. -. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

238. France. Convention (1792-1795). Ae Medal, Death of Elisabeth of France 1793 (1794) by Loos. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 11,19g - 30mm). H. 536; TN XLVI, n°2; Jul. - cf. 335. Small spots on reverse. Pleasant brown patina. Extremely fine. 30 / 100

234. Netherlands. Tin Medal, The Death of Louis XVI 1793 by CIM. (Tin - 27,46g - 44mm). H. 466; TN XLI, n°10; Jul. 257. Some tin bulls on edge on reverse. Very fine. 30 / 100 28


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239. France. Convention (1792-1795). Ae Medal, Silvain Bailly 1793. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 16,66g - 32mm). H. 38; TN XLVII, n°6; Jul. -. Very fine to extremely fine. 50 / 100

243. France. Convention (1792-1795). Silvered Ae uniface Medal, “Morts, Victimes de la Liberté 1792: Marat, Lepeltie, Chalier, Bara, Viala” (Silvered Ae - 1,59g - 33x41mm). H. 582; TN XLIX, n°2; Jul. 393. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

240. France. Convention (1792-1795). Ae Award Medal, “Lycée des Arts” 1793 by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 31,15g - 42mm). H. 576; TN L, n°7; Jul. 391. Some scratching. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

244. France. Convention (1792-1795). Silvered Ae uniface Medal, “Morts, Victimes de la Liberté 1792: Marat, Lepeltie, Chalier, Bara, Viala” ND (1793) (Silvered Ae1,12g - 34mm). H. -; TN - cf. XLIX, 5; Jul. - cf. 395. Rare. Unlisted issue. Extremely fine. 60 / 100

241. France. Convention (1792-1795). Ae Medal, Award of the Good Mother 1791 (1793) by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 30,36g - 42mm). H. 579; TN L, n°9. Jul. -. Small dark spot on obverse and minor scratching on reverse. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

245. Germany. Prussia. Friedrich Wilhelm II (1786-1797). Bronzed tin Medal, Death of Louis XVI 1793 by Stierle (Bronzed tin - 18,57g - 33mm). H. 473; TN XLI, n°8; Jul. - cf. 267. Some concretions and scratching. Very fine. 30 / 100

242. France. Convention (1792-1795). Ae Massonic Medal, “Le Centre des Amis” 5793 (1793) by Roëttiers. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 23,17g - 38mm). H. 581; TN XLVII, n°9. Jul.-; Labouret 162. Very rare. Iridescente patina. Possibly a little bit later strike than 1793.

246. France. Convention (1792-1795). Tin uniface Jeton, “Directoire Executif” ND (1793) (Tin - 25,89g - 45mm). H. -; TN LVI, n°5; Jul. -. Of the highest rarity. Unknown other than uniface. Extremely fine. 200 / 500

Lodge created by Alexandre Roëttiers de Montaleau the general engraver (1791-1797).

Extremely fine.

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247. Germany. Prussia. Friedrich Wilhelm II (1786-1797). Ae Medal, Death of Elisabeth of France 1794 by Loos. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 11,49g - 30mm). H. 621; TN LII, n°3; Jul. - cf. 404. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

248. France. Convention (1792-1795). Ae Medal, Alexandre Vicomte de Beauharnais An 2 (1794) by Lienard. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 18,48g - 32mm). H. 631; TN LIII, n°3; Jul. 419. Minor verdigris spot on obverse. Beautiful patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

249. France. Convention (1792-1795). Ae Medal, “Palais de l’Académie et de l’Ecole de Chirurgie” An III (1794) by Gatteaux. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 88,71g - 60mm). H. 642; TN LIII, n°10; Jul. 428. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

250. France. Convention (1792-1795). Tin uniface Medal, “Aimée-Cécile Renault face au Tiran” An II (1794) (Tin - 10,24g - 37mm). First issue without inscription below Robsepierre. H. 636; TN LIII, n°7; Jul. - cf. 421. Edge flaw at 5 o’clock. About extremely fine. 30 / 100

252. Germany. Prussia. Friedrich Wilhelm II (1786-1797). Ae Medal, Treaty of Basel 1795 by Loos. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 31,02g - 43mm). H. 660; TN LV, n°2; Ess. - cf. 681; Jul. - cf. 441. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

251. France. Convention (1792-1795). Ae Medal, LouisCharles & Marie-Therese Charlotte ND (1794) by Loos. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 10,74g - 31mm). H. 644; TN LIV, n°1; Jul. 431. Rare. Minor scratching. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

253. France. Convention (1792-1795). Gilt Ae Medal, Lyon, Award of Emulation ND (1795). No Hallmark on edge. (Gilt Ae - 26,00g - 37mm). H. 693; TN LVII, n°3; Ess. -; Jul. -. Extremely fine. 40 / 100 30


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257. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Tin Medal Pattern, “Caisse des Comptes Courants” An IV (1796) by Dupré. (Tin 25,79g - 58mm). H. 740; TN LXI, n°1; Ess. -; Jul. -. Rare. Some scratching on obverse. Remains of paper on reverse. Very fine. 50 / 100 254. France. Convention (1792-1795). Bronzed tin uniface Medal, Bonaparte General of the “Convention Nationale” An 4 (1795) (Bronzed tin - 207,14g - 87mm). H. -; TN -; Jul. -; Ess. 682. Some corrosion spots. Very fine. 40 / 100

258. Italy. Ae Medal, Battle of Castiglione An 4 (1796) by Lavy. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 37,14g - 43mm). H. 744; TN LXI, n°3; Ess. 690; Jul. -. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 200 255. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Jeton, “Société Médicale de Paris” 1796. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 16,04g - 33mm). H. 721; TN LIX, n°1; Ess. 2019; Jul. - cf. 486. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

259. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Jeton, “Jeton de Jeux 16 pour 1” An IV (1796) by Huguenin. (Metal français 5,69g - 23mm). H. 746; TN LXI, n°5; Ess. -; Jul. 504. Some spots. Extremely fine. 30 / 100

256. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Award Medal, National Institut of Sciences & Arts ND (1796) by Dumarest. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 41,33g - 40mm). H. 727; TN LIX, n°6; Ess. - cf. 2015; Jul. -. Some scratching on obverse. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

260. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Jeton, “Société du Commerce de Rouen” An V (1796). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 9,46g - 30mm). H. 754; TN LXI, n°7; Ess. - cf. 2285; Jul. - cf. 511. Minor scratching, corrosions on reverse. Possibly a later strike. Very fine. 40 / 100 31


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261. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Tin Jeton, Buonoparte 1796 by Ferrier (Tin - 12,25g - 33mm). H. 767; TN LXII, n°1; Ess. 695; Jul. - cf. 523. Minor scratching on obverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

263. Italy. Cisalpine Republic (1797-1802). Ae uniface Medal, Festivities of the Cisalpine Republic 1797 by Salwirck (Ae 65,39g - 48mm). Cf. H. 793; Cf TN LXIV, n°1; Ess. - cf 711; Jul. - cf. 557. Rare. Minor edge bump at 10 o’clock and minor scratching. Pleasant dark patina. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

262. Italy. Ae Medal, Taking of Trieste An 5 (1797) by Lavy. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 37,59g - 43mm). H. 787; TN LXIII, n°3; Ess. 706; Jul. 545. Partial dark tone on obverse and minor scratching. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

264. Italy. Silvered Ae Medal, Peace of Campo-Formio between autrians & frenchs 1797 by Lauer (Silvered Ae 13,94g - 33mm). H. 819; TN LXV, n°2; Ess. 720; Jul. 582. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

265. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Gilt Ae Medal with broken suspension loop, National Lotery ND (1797) by Gatteaux (Gilt Ae - 63,98g - 59mm). H. 810; TN LXV, n°1; Ess. 718; Jul. 565. Rare. Small spot on obverse. ”B* / 69” punched on reverse. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

266. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Jeton, “Société des Sciences et Arts de Bordeaux” An VI (1798) No Hallmark on edge (Ae - 6,17g - 28mm). H. 863; TN LXX, n°1; Ess. - cf. 1810; Jul. - cf. 649. Minor scratching on reverse. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

267. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Massonic Jeton, “Loge du Parfait Accord, Orient de Ville Franche (Rhône)” ND (1798). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 10,32g - 30mm). H. 878; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. -; Labouret 374. Rare. About extremely fine. 100 / 200 32


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268. Austria. Franz II (1792-1835). Ar Medal with suspension loop, Medal distributed to troops of Landsturm to the Austrian provinces 1797 by Wirt (Ar - 17,75g - 40mm). H. 839; TN -; Ess. 745; Jul. 606. Beautiful black tone. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

269. Italy. Roman Republic (1798-1799). Tin Medal with suspension loop, Italian Police. VIIth Rione of Rome (Pompeo ?) ND (c. 1798-1799) (Tin - 30,47g - 38x54mm). H. -; TN -; Cf. Ess. 2464; Jul. -. Very rare. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

270. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Award Medal “Prix de l’Ecole Pratique de Médecine de Paris” An VI (1798) by Gatteaux. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 90,86g - 60mm). H. 862; TN LXIX, n°8; Ess. 2031; Jul. 648. Scratching. Iridescent patina. About extremely fine. 40 / 100

271. Great Britain. George III (1760-1820). Hampshire Southampton. Token penny, Admiral Nelson, Battle of Aboukir 1798 (Ae - 26,9g - 33mm). H. -; TN LXIX, n°4; Ess. -; Jul. -; DH 8. Rare. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 100 / 400

273. Russia. Paul I ( 1796-1801). Silvered Ae Jeton, Alexandre Suvorov (1730-1800) 1799 (Silvered Ae - 9,11g - 33mm). H. 905; TN LXXII, n°6; Ess. 800; Jul. - cf. 700. About extremely fine. 30 / 70

272. Russia. Paul I (1796-1801). Tin Jeton, Alexandre Suvorov (1730-1800) 1799 (Tin - 12,80g - 33mm). H. 905; TN LXXII, n°6; Ess. - cf. 800; Jul. 701. Extremely fine. 30 / 80

274. Russia. Paul I ( 1796-1801). Silvered Ae Jeton, Alexandre Suvorov (1730-1800) 1799 (Silvered Ae - 10,43g - 30mm). H. 906; TN LXXII, n°5; Ess. 803; Jul. 702. Extremely fine. 40 / 100 33


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275. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Award Medal, Race of the Champs de Mars (1798) by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 89,45g - 60mm). H. 874; TN LXX, n°10; Ess. 778. Minor scratching on reverse. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

276. France. Directoire (1795-1799). Ae Medal, Award of College of Science & Arts ND (1799). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 30,33g - 42mm). H. 912; TN LXXIII, n°6; Ess. 2035; Jul. -.Some scratching on reverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

279. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Usher medal. Medal with suspension loop, “Service de l’Intérieur du Palais des Consuls de la République” ND (1799). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 28,41g - 38mm). Br. 24; TN LXXV, n°12; Ess. 811; Jul. 750. Rare. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

277. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Award Medal, School of Soreze ND (1799-1804) by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 17,83g - 34mm). Cf H. 758; Cf TN LXII, n°7; Cf. Ess. 2339; Cf. Jul. 516. Some corrosion on obverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

278. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, “Conseil d’Etat” ND (1799) by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 38,57g - 38x47mm). Br. 8; TN LXXIV, n°6; Ess. 817; Jul. 735. Some scratching. Pleasant brown patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

280. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Tin Plaquette, “Banque Territoriale” ND (1799) (Tin - 13,52g - 63x24mm). Br. -; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. -. Rare. Minor scratching on top. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

281. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Cambaceres 2nd Consul with reverse of Lebrun 3rd Consul An 9 (18001801) by Liénard. (Ae - 16,01g - 32mm). Legend on edge: “REVOLUTION FRANCAIS PAR LIENARD. AN 9. N°.” Br. - cf. 19 (obv.) & 21 (rev.); TN - cf. LXXIV, n°10 (obv.) 11 (rev.); Ess. - cf. 2695 (obv.); Jul. - cf. 747 (obv.). Rare. Very fine to extremely fine. 50 / 100 34


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282. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton Pattern, “Banque de France” An VIII (1800) by Dumarest. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 22,25g - 35mm). Signed “Dumarest” on obv. & no ribbon on rev. Br. 29. TN LXXVI, n°3 (note); Ess. - cf. 826; Jul. - cf. 778. Very rare. Minor scratching. Lustrous. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

286. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Death of Desaix in Marengo An 8 (1800) by Lienard. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 17,70g - 32mm). Br. 49; TN LXXVII, n°9 (note); Ess. 2726; Jul. 815. Minor scratching on reverse. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

283. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton Pattern, “Banque de France” An VIII (1800) by Dumarest. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 19,82g - 35mm). Signed “Dumarest” on obv. & ribbon on rev. Br. - cf. 29; TN LXXVI, n°3 (note); Ess. - cf. 826; Jul. - cf. 778. Very rare. Minor scratching. Iridescent patina. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

287. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Column of Seine & Marne 1800. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 38,52g - 42mm). Br. 66; TN -; Ess. 852; Jul. 842. Minor scratching. Pleasant iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

284. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton Pattern, “Banque de France” An VIII (1800) by Dumarest. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 19,91g - 35mm). Signed “D” on obv. & with ribbon on rev. Br. - cf. 28; TN LXXVI, n°3; Ess. - cf. 826; Jul. - cf. 777. Very rare. Minor scratching on reverse. Iridescent patina. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

288. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Gilt Ae Usher Medal with suspension loop, “Huissier du Tribunal de Cassation” ND (1800). No Hallmark on edge. (Gilt Ae - 22,98g - 40x52mm). Br. -; TN LXXX, n°10; Ess. -; Jul. -. Rare. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

285. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton Pattern, “Banque de France” An VIII (1800) by Dumarest. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 20,01g - 35mm). Signed “D” on obv. & without ribbon on rev. Br. 28; TN LXXVI, n°3; Ess. - cf. 826; Jul. - cf. 777. Very rare. Minor scratching on obverse. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 100 / 200 35

289. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Gilt Ae Usher Medal, “Huissier du Prefet de Police” ND (c. 1792-1804) by Gatteaux. No Hallmark on edge. (Gilt Ae - 28,26g - 38mm). Br. -; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. -. Rare. Ten small holes on edge, and two minor edge bumps. Very fine to extremely fine. 100 / 200


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293. Germany. Tin Medal, Peace of Luneville 1801 by Hoeckner (Tin - 37,55g - 44mm). Br. 131; TN LXXXIV, n°1; Ess. - cf. 902; Jul. 938. Some scratching. About extremely fine. 50 / 100

290. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Gilt Ae Usher Medal with suspension loop removed, “Huissier du Gouvernement Consulaire” ND (1800). No Hallmark on edge. (Gilt Ae 50,97g - 53mm). Br. -; TN LXXXI, n°10; Ess. -; Jul. -. Rare. Mark of suspension loop and minor edge bump. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

294. Austria. Charles-Louis of Austria (1771-1847). Ae Medal, Peace of Luneville 1801 by Guillemard & Stuckhart (Ae - 30,22g - 42mm). Br. 135; TN LXXXIV, n°4; Ess. 906; Jul. 945. Minor scratching on reverse. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

295. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton, Association for building three iron bridges over the Seine An 9 (1801) by Tiolier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 16,69g - 35mm). Br. 145; TN LXXXIV, n°10; Ess. - cf. 2053; Cf. Jul. 976. Rare. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

291. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Gilt Ae Medal with suspension loop, “Tribunal Civil” ND (c. 1792-1804). No Hallmark on edge. (Gilt Ae - 16,68g - 34x45mm). Br. -; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. -. Rare. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

296. Italy. Tuscany. Louis I (1801-1803). Ae Jeton. The Visit of King Louis I & Queen Maria Louisa of Etruria An 9 (1801) by Dupré (Ae - 18,97g - 34mm). Br. 152; TN LXXXV, n°6; Ess. 934; Jul. 995. Rare. Flan lightly corroded. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

292. Germany. Ae Medal, Peace of Luneville 1801 (Ae 11,48g - 33mm). Br. 127; TN LXXXIII, n°9; Ess. 898; Jul. 934. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

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301. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, “Abbée de l’Epée” 1801 by Duvivier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 37,92g - 42mm). Br. 185; TN LXXXVIII, n°9; Ess. 2831; Jul. 1035. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock on obverse. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

297. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Tin Medal, “14 juillet 1801” An 9 (1801) (Tin - 18,90g - 41mm). Br. 156; TN LXXXV, n°9; Ess. 936; Jul. 1003. Fine to very fine. 50 / 100

298. Great Britain. George III (1760-1820). Ae Medal, Preliminaries for the Peace of Amiens 1801 (Ae - 31,87g 38mm). Br. 162; TN LXXXVII, n°3; Ess. 941; Jul. 1014. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 200

302. Italy. Ligurian Republic (1798-1805). Ae Medal, Marcello Durazzo (1767-1769) & Hieronymo Durazzo (17391809) ND (1801) by Vassallo (Ae - 56,79g - 51mm). Br. -; TN -; Cf. Ess. 2738; Jul. -. Rare. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 150 / 300

299. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton, “Agent de Change de Paris” An 9 (1801) by Auguste. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 27,07g - 37mm). Br. 173; TN LXXXV, n°11; Ess. 2050; Jul. - cf. 1026. Rare. Minor scratching on reverse. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

300. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton, “Avoués de Lyon” 1801. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 7,76g - 30mm). Br. 182; TN LXXXVIII, n°2; Ess. - cf. 1946; Jul. - cf. 182. Beautiful brown patina. About extremely fine. 50 / 100

303. Italy. Italian Republic (1802-1805). Silvered Ae Medal with suspension loop, Université Nationale ND (1802-1805) (Silvered Ae - 71,99g - 41.5mm). Br. -; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. -. Very rare. Minor scratching. Pleasant partial silver tone. Extremely fine. 200 / 400 37


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307. Great Britain. George III (1760-1820). Silvered uniface Ae Medal Pattern, Peace of Amiens, The Marquess Cornwallis (1738-1805) ND (1802) by Hancock (Silvered Ae - 14,99g 38mm). Cf. Br. 204 (note); Cf. TN XC, n°3 (note); Ess. - cf. 966; Jul. - cf. 1065. Rare. Extremely fine. 100 / 300

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304. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Tin uniface Medal, Peace of Amiens An X (1802) by Andrieu (Tin - 269,49g 115mm). Br. 194; TN LXXXIX, n°5; Ess. 955; Jul. 1051. Remains of paper on reverse. Scratching on obverse. About extremely fine. 100 / 200 308. Netherlands. Ar Medal, Peace of Amiens 1802 by Holtzhey (attributed). (Ar - 28,14g - 45mm). Br. 205; TN XC, n°4; Ess. 967; Jul. 1068. Rare. Beautiful iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

305. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Peace of Amiens 1802 by Dumarest. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 69,08g - 49mm). Br. 195; TN LXXXIX, n°6; Ess. 956; Jul. 1043. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

309. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Peace of Amiens 1802 by Lageman (Ae - 19,04g - 39mm). Br. 2169; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. - cf. 1077. Lustrous patina. About uncirculated. 80 / 200

306. Great Britain. George III (1760-1820). Ae Medal, Peace of Amiens, The Marquess Cornwallis (1738-1805) 1802 by Hancock (Ae - 29,43g - 38mm). Br. 204; TN XC, n°3; Ess. 966; Jul. 1065. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

310. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, “Rétablissement du Culte” An X - 1802 by Montagny. No Hallmark on edge (c. 1830). (Ae - 35,61g - 42mm). Cf. Br. 2175; TN -; Ess. - cf. 980; Jul. 1084. Extremely fine. 50 / 100 38


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315. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton, “Préfecture de Police de Paris” ND (1802) by Gatteaux. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 8,89g - 30mm). Br. 243; TN XCII, n°13; Ess. 2061; Jul. - cf. 1125. Possibly a little bit later strike than 1802. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

311. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Massonic Jeton, “Loge de la Parfaite Réunion” 5802 (1802). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 11,34g - 29mm). Br. 217; TN XC, n°8; Ess. 2066; Jul. 1091; Labouret 302. Rare. Bumps on edge. Very fine. 50 / 100

316. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton, “Société des Arts Utiles de Lyon” ND (1802) by Chavanne. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 20,82g - 34mm). Br. 251; TN XCIII, n°8; Ess. -; Jul. -. Possibly a little bit later strike than 1802. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

312. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Gilt Ae Medal with suspension loop, “Napoléon Consul à vie” An 10 (1802) by George. No Hallmark on edge. (Gilt Ae - 12,99g - 31mm). Br. 221; TN XCI, n°3; Ess. 985; Jul. 1097. Extremely fine. 40 / 80

313. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton, “Conservatoire de Musique de Paris. Exercices.” ND (1802). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 10,37g - 30mm). Br. 238; TN XCII, n°7; Ess. -; Jul. -. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

317. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Award Medal, “Observatoire de Paris, prix de Lalande” 1802. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 37,37g - 40mm). Br. 254; TN XCIII, n°13; Ess. 2065; Jul. 1135. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

314. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton, “Comptoir Commercial” An X (1802). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 12,38g - 30mm). Br. 240; TN XCII, n°9; Ess. - cf. 2060; Jul. 1122. Rare. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

318. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Massonic Jeton, “Loge de la Parfaite Union à Douai” 5802 (1802). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 7,74g - 28mm). Br. 255; TN XCIII, n°12; Ess. 1870; Jul. 1136; Labouret 553. Rare. Extremely fine. 50 / 100 39


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319. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Gilt Ae Massonic Jeton, “Loge de la Trinité” 5803 (1802). No Hallmark on edge. (Gilt Ae - 7,06g - 28mm). Br. 256; TN XCIII, n°14; Ess. 2067; Jul. 1138; Labouret 385. Rare. Minor flan flaw on reverse. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

324. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, The Breaching of Treaty of Amiens by England & the Entry of French Troops into Hanover 1803 by Jeuffroy. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 36,02g - 41mm). Br. 271; TN XCIV, n°7; Ess. 995; Jul. 1166. Beautiful iridescent patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

320. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Gilt Ae Jeton, “Chambre de Commerce de Paris” 1803 (Gilt Ae - 18,42g - 36mm). Br. 262; TN XCIV, n°1; Ess. - cf. 2070; Jul. - cf. 1148. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

325. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Award Medal. “Prix de Peinture. Nicolas Poussin” An XII - 1803by Dumarest. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 19,90g - 36mm). Br. 283; TN XCVI, n°2; Ess. 2072; Jul. 1191. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

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321. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Negociations with England 1803 by Denon (Ae - 1,38g - 14mm). Br. 268; TN XCV, n°8; Ess. - cf. 993; Jul. -. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 40 / 80

326. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Jeton, “Chambre de Commerce de Bordeaux” ND (1803) by Tiolier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 17,97g - 33mm). Br. 286; TN XCVI, n°8; Ess. -; Jul. -. Rare. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

322. Switzerland. Ae Medal, Ticino’s Accession to the Swiss Confederation 1803. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 12,19g 33mm). Br. 270; TN -; Ess. - cf. 994; Cf. Jul. 1164. Rare. Extremely fine. 100 / 300

327. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Massonic Jeton, “Loge de la Parfaite Union de Douai” 5803 (1803). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 7,94g - 27mm). Br. 290; TN XCVI, n°7; Ess. 1871; Jul. 1200; Labouret 554. Rare. Small edge cuts. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

323. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Preparation for the invasion of England An 4 (1803) by Brenet. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 16,96g - 33mm). Br. 275; TN XCV, n°6; Ess. 999; Jul. 1173. Pleasant brown patina. Extremely fine. 40 / 100 40


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332. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Coronation of Napoleon as Emperor An XIII (1804) by Droz & Galle. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 9,40g - 32mm). Cf. Br. 328; TN III, n°3; Ess. -; Jul. 1267. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 30 / 60

328. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, “Code Civil” An XII (1804) by Brenet. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 37,88g - 42mm). Br. 291; TN II, n°9; Ess. 1005; Jul. 1027. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

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333. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ar Medal, Coronation of Napoleon as Emperor An XIII (1804) by Jeuffroy. (Ar - 1,35g - 14mm). Br. 330; TN III, n°4; Ess. 1024; Jul. 1272. Pleasant iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 40 / 80

329. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Camp of Boulogne, Napoleon distributes the “Légion d’Honneur” 1804 by Jeuffroy & Jaley. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 38,60g - 41mm). Br. 318; TN I, n°14; Ess. 1017; Jul. 1248. Pleasant iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

334. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Coronation Festivities ND (1804) by Brenet. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 19,38g - 36mm). Br. 360; TN IV, n°10; Cf. Ess. 1039; Jul. 1301. Pleasant brown patina. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

330. France. Consulat (1799-1804). Ae Medal, Camp of Boulogne 1804 by Jeuffroy. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 31,30g - 40mm). Br. - cf. 320; TN - cf. II, n°7; Ess. -; Jul. 1254. Rare with this obverse engraved by Jeuffroy. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

331. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Coronation of Napoleon as Emperor An XIII (1804) by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 17,35g - 32mm). Br. 327; TN III, n°2; Ess. 1022; Jul. - cf. 1263. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 40 / 80

335. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal “Musée du Louvre, salle de Laocoon et d’Apollon” ND (1804) by Andrieu & Denon. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 21,75g - 34mm). Br. 373; TN V, n°7; Ess. 1047; Jul. 1323. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 40 / 100 41


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340. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Silvered Ae Jeton, Peace of Presbourg 1805 by Lauer (Silvered Ae - 9,42g 31mm). Br. 459; TN X, n°6; Ess. 1113; Jul. 1470. Extremely fine. 40 / 80

336. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Chambre de Commerce d’Amiens” 1804 by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 12,37g - 32mm). Br. 399; TN VI, n°6; Ess. - cf. 1776; Jul. - cf. 1341. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

337. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Massonic Jeton, “Loge Saint Eugène” 5805 (1805). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 7,74g - 27mm). Br. 417; TN VII, n°4; Ess. - cf. 2092; Jul. 1317; Labouret 352. Rare. Small edge flaw. Lustrous patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

341. Italy. Venice. Ae Medal, Venice Restored to Italy 1805 by Andrieu & Brenet. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 37,57g 40mm). Br. 460; TN X, n°7; Ess. 1115; Jul. 1472. Rare. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

338. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Battle of Auterlitz1805 by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 34,55g - 41mm). Br. 446; TN IX, n°10; Ess. - cf. 1105; Cf. Jul. 1451. Rare. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock on obverse. Iridescent patina. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

342. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, “Ecole de Médecine” ND (1805) by Jouannin & Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 35,54g - 41mm). Br. 467; TN XI, n°5; Ess. 2088; Jul. 1491. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock on obverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

343. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ar Jeton, “Académie Celtique” An XIII (1805) by Dupré. No Hallmark on edge. (Ar - 11,11g - 31mm). Br. 488; TN VIII, n°12; Ess. 1124; Jul. 1522. Rare. Small corrosion on obverse. Pleasant gray tone. Appears a later strike than 1805. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

339. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Peace of Presbourg 1805 (1806) by Droz & Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 36,20g - 40mm). Br. - cf. 455; TN - cf. X, n° 4; Ess. 1112; Jul. 1465. Rare with this obverse envraged by Droz in 1806. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

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344. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Notaires de Lyon” ND (1805) by Mercié. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 8,40g - 33mm). Br. 498; TN XI, n°8; Ess. -; Jul. - cf. 1529. Rare. Beautiful iridescent patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

348. Germany. Baden. Karl Friedrich (1803-1811). Ae Medal, Marriage of Princess Stephanie of Beauharnais to Karl, Grand Duke of Baden 1806 by Droz & Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 35,69g - 41mm). Br. - cf. 522; TN XIII, n°12; Ess. 1130; Jul. - cf. 1567. Rare. Minor scratching on obverse. Beautiful patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

345. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Enregistrement et les Domaines” ND (1805) by Merlen. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 11,86g - 32mm). Br. 501; TN XI, n°11; Ess. 1125; Jul. 1532. Rare. Beautiful iridescent patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

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349. Germany. Prussia. Ar Medal, Prussians invalids receiving their Pay 1806. No Hallmark on edge. (Ar - 2,55g 18mm). Br. 547; TN XV, n°4; Ess. 1150; Jul. 1612. Rare. Pleasant gray tone. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

346. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Minerve Lyonnaise” 1805 by Mercié. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 10,72g - 32mm). Br. 504; TN XII, n°11; Ess. 1950; Jul. - cf. 1534. Minor scratching on obverse. Pleasant patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

347. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, Marriage Medal 1805 by Heurthaux. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 15,63g - 33mm). Br. 506; TN XII, n°2; Ess. -; Jul. -. Rare. Minor scratching on obverse. Beautiful patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

350. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Medal “Polizia” ND (1806). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 64,80g - 49mm). Cf. Br. 582 (obv.); TN -; Ess. -; Cf. Jul. 1652 (obv.). Very rare. Minor scratching on reverse. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 200 / 400 43


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351. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Usher Medal with suspension loop, “Usciere del Mnistero degli Affari Esteri” ND (1806). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 47,52g - 41mm). Br. 572; TN XVIII, n°5; Ess. 2513; Jul. -. Very rare. Beautifull brown tone & lustrous. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

354. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (18051814). Ae Medal with suspension loop, “Porta-Lettere del Circondario” ND (1806). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 46,85g - 41mm). Br. 578; TN XVIII, n°10; Ess. 2532; Jul. 1648. Very rare. Lustrous patina. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

352. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Usher Medal with suspension loop, “Usciere del Ministro del Tesoro” ND (1806). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 46,39g - 41mm). Br. 575; TN XVIII, n°8; Ess. 2515; Jul. -. Very rare. Beautifull brown tone & lustrous. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

355. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Medal with suspension loop. “Polizia” ND (1806). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae & brass - 54,38g - 49mm). Br. 581; TN XVIII, n°12; Ess. - cf. 2499; Jul. 1651. Very rare. Lustrous patina. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

353. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Usher Medal with suspension loop, “Usciere” ND (1806). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 46,70g - 41mm). Br. 576; TN XVIII, n°8A; Ess. -; Jul. 1645. Very rare. Small spot on obverse. Beautifull brown tone & lustrous. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

356. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Usher Medal with suspension loop, “Usciere della Presidenza” ND (1806). No Hallmark on edge. (Silvered Ae 46,52g - 46mm). Br. -; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. -. Very rare. Edge flaw. Light silver patina. Extremely fine. 200 / 400 44


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357. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Award Medal, “Académie Royale Italienne des Beaux-Arts” 1803 (1806) by Manfredini (Ae - 65,88g - 61mm). Br. 584; TN XVII, n°12; Ess. - cf. 2526; Jul. 1655. Very rare. Small edge flaw. Pleasant black and iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

361. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Société d’Agriculture, Sciences, Arts et Belles Lettres de Tours” 1806. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 11,59g - 30mm). Br. 605; TN XVI, n°9; Ess. - cf. 2349; Jul. - cf. 1686. Beautiful brown patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

358. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Notaires de Bordeaux” ND (1806) by Tiolier. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 15,00g - 34mm). Br. 596; TN XV, n°11; Ess. -; Jul. - cf. 1674. Rare. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

359. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Société Médico-Philantropique” 1806. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 7,64g - 29mm). Br. 601; TN XVI, n°2; Ess. 2098; Jul. 1680. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

362. Germany. Ae Medal, Napoleon at Osterode ND (1807) by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 40,58g - 40mm). Br. 631; TN XIX, n°8; Ess. 1164; Jul. 1735. Iridescente patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

360. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ar Jeton, “Académie des Sciences, Lettres et Arts de Rouen” ND (1806) by Allais (Ar - 9,77g - 30mm). Br. 604; TN XVI, n°8; Ess. - cf. 2290; Jul. - cf. 1685. Beautiful gray tone. About extremely fine. 50 / 100

363. Germany. Saxony. Friedrich August I (1806-1827). Ar Medal, Peace of Tilsit 1807 by Krüger (Ar - 10,62g - 30mm). Br. 645; TN XX, n°7; Ess. -; Jul. 1759. Rare. Proof like. Iridescente tone. About uncirculated. 100 / 200 45


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364. Germany. Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon (1807-1813). Ae Medal, Visit of King & Queen of Westphalia to the Paris Mint 1807 by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 36,36g - 40mm). Br. 671; TN XXII, n°3; Ess. 1198; Jul. 1812. Rare. Beautiful iridescent patina. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

368. Italy. Tuscany. Annexed to France. (1807-1814). Ae Medal, Reunion of Etruria with France 1808 by Brenet. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 30,63g - 41mm). Br. 721; TN XXV, n°6; Ess. 1205; Jul. 1891. Rare. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock on obverse. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

365. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Société des Enfants d’Apollon” 1807. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 14,55g - 30mm). Br. 703; TN XXIII, n°7; Ess. - cf. 2113; Jul. - cf. 1863. Extremely fine. 30 / 80 369. Russia. Alexander I (1801-1825). Ae uniface Medal, Alexander I Emperor of the Russias 1808 by Liénard (Ae 4,75g - 48mm). Br. - cf. 749; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. - cf. 1933-1935. Waved flan, holed on cut of bust. Pleasant brown patina. Very fine to extremely fine. 30 / 80

366. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Société d’Agriculture des Sciences et des Arts de la Haute-Vienne” ND (1807) by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 12,45g 33mm). Br. 704; TN XXIII, n°8; Ess. - cf. 1937; Jul. - cf. 1865. Minor sratching on reverse. Extremely fine. 40 / 80

370. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, Joseph Ignace Guillotin (1738-1814) 1807-08 by Droz. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 8,30g - 27mm). Br. 805; TN XXIX, n°22; Ess. 2780; Jul. -. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

367. Italy. Naples & Sicily. Joachim Murat (1808-1815). Ae Medal, Arrival of Queen Marie Julie in Naples Anno III (1808). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 33,5g - 41mm). Br. 719; TN XXV, n°4; Ess. 2544; Jul. 1887; Ricciardi 77; Siciliano 8; D’Auria 76. Very rare. Minor scratching on obverse. Extremely fine. 400 / 800

371. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Avoué de Villefranche” ND (1808). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 14,49g - 32mm). Br. 815; TN XXIX, n°20; Ess. - cf. 2375; Jul. 2029. Rare. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock on obverse. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100 46


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376. Austria. Franz II (1792-1835). Ae Medal, Entry into Vienna 1809 by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 41,06g - 40mm). Br. 847; TN XXXI, n°11; Ess. 1234; Jul. 2086. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock on obverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

372. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Chambre de Commerce d’Orléans” 1808 by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 14,58g - 33mm). Br. 816; TN XXX, n°8; Ess. - cf. 2003; Jul. 2031. Rare. Minor scratching on head & corrosion on reverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

377. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, “Faculté de Médecine de Paris” 1809 by Galle. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 18,79g - 33mm). Br. 908; TN XXXV, n°5; Ess. - cf. 2132; Jul. 2201. Scratching on reverse. Partial patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

373. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Chambre de Commerce de Carcassonne” ND (1808). No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 8,59g - 29mm). Br. 819; TN XXX, n°11; Ess. - cf. 1839; Jul. - cf. 2033. Rare. Beautiful brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

378. Croatia. Zara. French occupation (1807-1813). Ae Award Medal, “Lycée de Zara” 1809 (Ae - 31,68g - 46mm). Br. 912; TN XXXV, n°10; Ess. 2556; Jul. 2206. Very rare. Minor scratching on reverse. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 150 / 300

374. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Société Médico-Pratique” 1808. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 8,45g 28mm). Br. 820; TN XXX, n°2; Ess. 2123; Jul. 2035. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

375. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Bronzed tin Jeton, “Société Médico-Pratique” 1808. No Hallmark on edge. (Bronzed tin - 5,77g - 28mm). Br. 820; TN XXX, n°2; Ess. - cf. 2123; Jul. - cf. 2035. Small corrosion spot on reverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

379. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Award Medal, “Lycée de Novarre” ND (1809) by Vassalo (Ae - 54,13g - 45mm). Br. 913; TN XXXV, n°11; Ess. 2555; Jul. 2207. Rare. Small scratching. Brown patina. Extremely fine. 150 / 300 47


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380. Belgium. Ae Jeton, “Chambre de Commerce d’Anvers” 1809 by Droz. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 16,05g - 32mm). Br. 920; TN XXXVI, n°6; Ess. 1787; Jul. - cf. 2215. Very rare. Minor scratching on reverse. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 150 / 300

385. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Marriage to Marie-Louise ND (1810) by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 27,50g - 41mm). Minor scratching at 12 o’clock. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

381. Austria. Franz II (1792-1835). Ae Medal, Marriage in Vienna to Marie-Louise 1810 by Stuckhart. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 17,35g - 34mm). Br. 944; TN XXXVIII, n°5; Ess. - cf. 1281; Jul. 2253. Brown patina. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

386. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Monument for General Desaix 1810 by Andrieu & Brenet. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 41,59g - 41mm). Br. 976; TN XL, n°8; Ess. 1321; Jul. 2305. Minor scratching at 12 o’clock on reverse. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

382. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, Entry of Marie-Louise in France 1810 by Courtot. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 12,35g - 32mm). Br. - cf. 950; TN XXXVIII, n°10A; Ess. 1285; Jul. 2260. Lustrous. Uncirculated. 30 / 80 387. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal “Orphelines de la Légion d’Honneur” 1810 by Depaulis & Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 36,81g - 41mm). Br. 980; TN XLV, n°8; Ess. 1315; Jul. - cf. 2310. About uncirculated. 50 / 100 383. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Marriage in Paris to Marie-Louise 1810 by Galle & Droz. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 8,91g - 26mm). Br. 955; TN XXXIX, n°5; Ess. 1289; Jul. 2264. Brown patina. Extremely fine. 30 / 80

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388. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Tin uniface Medal, First Decade of XIXth century 1810 by Andrieu (Tin - 17,20g - 40mm). Cf. Br. 986; Cf. TN XLV, n°2; Ess. -; Jul. -. Small corrosions. Remains of paper on reverse. Very fine to extremely fine. 50 / 100

384. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ar Medal, Marriage in Paris to Marie-Louise 1810 by Andrieu & Denon. (Ar - 1,56g - 14mm). Br. 959; TN , n° ; Ess. ; Julius 2269. Extremely fine. 30 / 80 48


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393. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Tin Jeton, “Chambre des Notaires de Laon” 1810 by Andrieu (Tin - 11,34g 31mm). Br. 1072; TN XLVI, n°1; Ess. - cf. 1902; Jul. - cf. 2398. Minor scratching on altar. Extremely fine. 30 / 100

389. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae uniface Medal, Napoleon & Marie Louise ND (1810) by Galle (Ae - 4,37g - 33mm). Br. 1000; TN XLI, n°9; Ess. - cf. 1299; Jul. 2335. Remains of suspension loop. Brown patina. Extremely fine. 40 / 80

Enlargement 1.5

390. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Napoleon & Marie Louise ND (1810) (Ae - 1,82g - 14mm). Br. 1007; TN XLIV, n°18; Ess. -; Jul. -. Extremely fine. 30 / 80

394. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Commerce de Vin de Paris” 1811 by Desboeufs. No Hallmark oon edge. (Ae - 19,03g - 34mm). Br. 1089; TN XLIX, n°1; Ess. - cf. 2151; Jul. - cf. 1417. Rare. Iridescente patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

391. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Antoine Portal (1742-1832) 1809-10. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 12,85g - 28mm). Br. 1058; TN XLVII, n°7; Ess. 2923; Jul. 2383. Minor scratching on reverse. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

395. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Ae Medal, Birth of the King of Rome 1811 by Jouannin. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 34,14g - 41mm). Br. 1098; TN XLIX, n°4; Ess. 1342; Jul. 2429. Iridescente patina. Uncirculated. 80 / 200

392. Netherlands. Ae Jeton, Paul Henri Marron (1754-1832) ND (1810) by Droz. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 26,52g 33mm). Br. 1061; TN XLVI, n°7; Ess. 2845; Jul. 2388. Rare. Pleasant brown patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

396. Italy. Kingdom of Napoleon. Napoleon I (1805-1814). Tin Massonic Medal, “Loge de la vertu Triomphante au Roi de Rome” 5811 (1811) by Mercandetti (Tin - 37,05g 40mm). Br. 1121; TN XLIX, n°13; Ess. -; Jul. -; Cf. Labouret 809. Very rare. Minor scratching, small edge bumps. Very fine. 100 / 200 49


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397. Italy. Tuscany. Annexed to France. (1807-1814). Ae Medal, “Académie de Crusca à Florence” 1811 by Siries (Ae - 34,05g - 38mm). Br. 1140; TN LII, n°12; Ess. - cf. 2565; Jul. 2483. Very rare. Beautiful iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 100 / 300

401. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Joseph Ignace Guillotin (1738-1814) 1807-08 (1812) by Droz. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 8,30g - 27mm). Br. 1183; TN LIV, n°11; Ess. 2780; Jul. 2565. Iridescente patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

398. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Award Medal, “Prix de l’Athénée de Vaucluse” 1811 by Andrieu. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 36,85g - 42mm). Br. 1144. TN LII, n°1. Ess. 2366. Jul. 2490. Minor scratching. Extremely fine. 80 / 200

402. Italy. Naples & Sicily. Joachim Murat (1808-1815). Ae Award Medal, “Prix des Collèges Royaux du Royaume de Naples” ND (1812) (Ar - 14,61g - 32mm). Br. 1188; TN LVI, n°9; Ess. 2575; Jul. 2568. Very rare. Pleasant gray tone. About uncirculated. 300 / 600

399. Netherlands. Ae Massonic Medal, “Loge du Berceau du Roi de Rome, La Haye” 5811 (1811) (Ae - 22,93g - 38mm). Br. 1147; TN -; Jul. 2497; Ess. 2454; Labouret 812. Very Rare. Only 25 ex. according to Bramsen. Pleasant brown patina. Extremely fine. 100 / 300

403. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Notaires de Villefranche” 1812. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 16,20g 32mm). Br. 1195; TN LIV, n°6; Ess. -; Jul. -. Very rare. Spot of dark tone on pleasant brown tone. Extremely fine. 100 / 300

400. Italy. Naples & Sicily. Joachim Murat (1808-1815). Ae Award Medal, “Prix de l’Institut Salésien” 1812 by Rega (Ae - 8,32g - 27mm). Br. 1154; TN LIII, n°1; Ess. 2574; Jul. 2506; Riccardi 90; Siciliano 32; Ess. 2575; D’Auria 96. Rare. Iridescente patina. About uncirculated. 100 / 300

404. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Jeton, “Chapitre de l’école de la sagesse et du triple accord réunis, Metz” 1812. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 6,39g - 24mm). Br. 1211; TN LVI, n°5; Ess. 1978; Jul. - cf. 2599; Cf. Labouret 667. Rare. Brown patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 100 50


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405. Italy. Naples & Sicily. Joachim Murat (1808-1815). Ae Massonic Jeton, “Loge la Concorde de Joseph Bonaparte, Orient de Naples” ND (1812) (Ae - 9,01g - 27mm). Br. 1213; TN LVI, n°7; Ess. - cf. 2573; Jul. -; Cf. Labouret 808. Rare. Remains of corrosion. Appears a later strike than 1812. About extremely fine. 100 / 200

409. Russia. Alexander I (1801-1825). Ae Medal, Visit of Emperor Alexander I to the Paris Mint 1814 by Denon. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 36,43g - 40mm). Br. 1460; TN -; Ess. 1521; Jul. 3009. Rare. Scratching on reverse. Dark patina. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

406. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, MarieLouise Regent 1814. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 45,05g 40mm). Br. 1331; TN LX, n°2; Ess. 1433; Jul. 2812. Scratching on the right of Napoleon bust. Iridescent patina. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

410. Austria. Franz II (1792-1835). Ae Medal, Visit of Emperor Franz II to the Paris Mint 1814 by Gayrard. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 38,69g - 41mm). Br. 1465; TN -; Ess. 1519; Jul. 3016. Brown patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

407. France. Napoleon I (1804-1814). Ae Medal, Capitulation of Paris 1814 by Brenet. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae 31,75g - 40mm). Br. 1366; TN -; Ess. -; Jul. 2857. Rare. Beautiful brown patina. About uncirculated. 100 / 300

400. Enlargement 1.5

402. 408. Russia. Alexander I (1801-1825). Silvered Ae Jeton, Entry of the allied troops into Paris, 1814 by Stettner (Silvered Ae - 19,23g - 36mm). Br. 1374; TN LX, n°11; Ess. 1449; Jul. 2869. Small spot on obverse. Pleasant tone. Extremely fine. 50 / 100 51


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411. France. Louis XVIII (1814-1824). 5 centimes, Ae Pattern, ND (1821) by Tiolier (Ae - Slab). Maz. 761b; VG 2535; G. (1989) 135. PCGS SP63RB 100 / 200

415. France. Louis-Philippe (1830-1848). Ae Jeton, “les Notaires de l’Arrondissement de Lyon” 1839 by Durand. Hand “CUIVRE” on edge (c. 1845-1860) (Ae - 17,35g). Iridescent patina. Rare. About uncirculated. 80 / 250

412. France. Louis XVIII (1814-1824). 18 sous, ND (Ae 4,42g). Maz. 783. Rare Good very fine. 80 / 200

416. France. Louis-Philippe (1830-1848). Ae Jeton, “Chambre des Notaires de l’Arrondissement de Versaille” ND by Michaut. Hand “CUIVRE” on edge (c. 1845-1860) (Ae - 18,6g). Beautiful iridescent patina. Rare. Uncirculated. 80 / 250

413. France. Louis XVIII (1814-1824). Ae Jeton, “Assurance Générale Paris” 1818 by Barre. Hand “CUIVRE” on edge (c. 1845-1860) (Ae - 19,94g). Beautiful iridescent patina. Rare. About uncirculated. 80 / 250

417. France. Louis-Philippe (1830-1848). Ae Jeton, “Chambre des Notaires de l’Arrondissement de Versaille” ND by Depaulis. Hand “CUIVRE” on edge (c. 1845-1860) (Ae - 18,92g). Rare. About uncirculated. 80 / 250

414. France. Louis XVIII (1814-1824). Ae Jeton, ”Chambre des Notaires de l’Arrondissement de Versaille” ND by Barre. Hand “CUIVRE” on edge (c. 1845-1860) (Ae - 14,17g). Rare. About uncirculated. 80 / 300

418. France. Ae Jeton, “Chambre des Notaires de l’Arrondissement de Saint-Quentin” ND. Hand “CUIVRE” on edge (c. 1845-1860) (Ae - 14,73g). Minor spot of verdigris on obverse. Rare. About uncirculated. 80 / 250

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Germany

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Germany

423. Germany. Baden-Durlach. Karl Leopold Friedrich (1830-1852). 2 taler, 1841 Karlsruhe (Ar - Slab). AKS 88; Kahnt 29; Thun 24; Dav. 524; KM 212. Light iridescent tone. About uncirculated. 300 / 500

419. Germany. Augsburg. Ar ducat, 1690 by Holeisen (Ar 2,42g). Cf. Forrer 389. Iridescent tone. Commemorating the Joseph I coronation.

About uncirculated.

50 / 150

424. Germany. Baden-Durlach. Karl Leopold Friedrich (1830-1852). Taler, 1833 Star Karlsruhe (Ar - Slab). AKS 79; Kahnt 23; Thun 19; Dav. 519; KM 195.2. PCGS MS63 100 / 300

420. Germany. Baden. Friedrich I (1856-1907). 5 mark, 1902 Karlsruhe (Ar - Slab). Jaeger 31; Dav. 534; KM 273. Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Reign.

PCGS MS63

100 / 200

421. Germany. Baden. Friedrich I (1856-1907). 5 mark, 1906 Karlsruhe (Ar - Slab). Jaeger 35; Dav. 536; KM 277. Commemorating the Golden Wedding Anniversary.

PCGS MS64

425. Germany. Baden-Durlach. Karl Leopold Friedrich (1830-1852). Taler, 1836 K Karlsruhe (Ar - Slab). AKS 87; Kahnt 28; Thun 23; Dav. 523; KM 206. PCGS AU55 100 / 300

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426. Germany. Baden-Durlach. Karl Leopold Friedrich (1830-1852). Taler, 1836Karlsruhe(Ar - Slab). AKS 85; Kahnt 26; Thun 22; Dav. 522; KM 204. PCGS MS61 400 / 600

422. Germany. Baden. Friedrich II (1907-1918). 5 mark, 1907 Karlsruhe (Ar - Slab). Jaeger 37; Dav. 537; KM 279. Commemorating the Death of Friedrich I.

PCGS MS64+

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427. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). 2 Geschichtstaler, 1842 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 103a; Kahnt 107a; Thun 80 var.; Dav. 587 var.; KM 811. Cleaning.

431. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1827 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 118; Kahnt 80; Thun 53; Dav. 560; KM 732. Cleaning.

PCGS Genuine - UNC Details

PCGS Genuine - AU Details

Commemorating the Inaugurating of The Walhalla Temple.

Commemorating the Fouding of Order of Ludwig.

150 / 400

428. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). 2 Geschichtstaler, 1842 Munich (Ar - 37,09g). AKS 104; Kahnt 108; Thun 81; Dav. 588; KM 812.1. Gray tone.

432. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1827 Munich (Ar - 28,15g). AKS 116; Kahnt 79; Thun 52; Dav. 559; KM 731. Cleaning. PCGS Genuine - UNC Details 150 / 400

Commemorating the Marriage of Crown Prince of Bavaria and Marie, Royal Princess of Prussia.

Good very fine.

100 / 200

429. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1825 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 112; Kahnt 76; Thun 49; Dav. 555; KM 720. Cleaning. Commemorating the Coronation of Ludwig I.

PCGS Genuine - AU Details

100 / 200

433. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1828 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 121; Kahnt 83; Thun 56; Dav. 563; KM 734. Cleaning. Commemorating the Blessings of Heaven on Royal Family.

PCGS Genuine - AU Details

100 / 200

430. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1826 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 115; Kahnt 78; Thun 50; Dav. 557; KM 722. Commemorating Removal of University, Landshut to Munich. PCGS MS63 100 / 300

100 / 200

434. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1828 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 123; Kahnt 82; Thun 55; Dav. 562; KM 735.

Commemorating the Constitution Monument Dedication.

PCGS AU58

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Commemorating the Commercial Treaty between Bavaria, Prussia, Hesse and Wurtemberg.

Commemorating the Monument for King Otto leaving his mother.

PCGS MS62

100 / 200

100 / 300

440. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1835 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 133; Kahnt 93; Thun 66; Dav. 574; KM 777. Cleaning.

436. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1830 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 125; Kahnt 85; Thun 58; Dav. 566; KM 750.

Commemorating the Establishing of the Bavarian Mortgage Bank.

Commemorating the Loyalty of Bavarians to Royal Family.

PCGS MS64

Germany

439. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1835 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 134; Kahnt 94; Thun 67; Dav. 575; KM 778.

435. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1829 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 124. Dav. 564; Kahnt 84; Thun 57; KM 738. PCGS MS63

PCGS Genuine - UNC Details

100 / 200

100 / 200

437. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1834 Munich (Ar - 28,11g). AKS 130; Kahnt 90; Thun 63; Dav. 571; KM 405. Cleaning.

441. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1835 Munich (Ar - 28,05g). AKS 135; Kahnt 95; Thun 68; Dav. 576; KM 779. Cleaning.

PCGS Genuine - UNC Details

PCGS Genuine - AU Details

Commemorating the Provincial Legislature.

Commemorating the Construction of First Steam Railway.

100 / 200

100 / 200

438. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1835 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 137; Kahnt 97; Thun 70; Dav. 578; KM 782.

442. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1835 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 136a; Kahnt 96; Thun 69; Dav. 577; KM 780.1. Cleaning

Commemorating the Giving of a School to the Benedictine Order.

Commemorating the Monument in Munich to King Max. Joseph.

PCGS MS62

PCGS Genuine - UNC Details

100 / 200

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443. Germany. Bavaria. Ludwig I (1825-1848). Geschichtstaler, 1836 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 138; Kahnt 98; Thun 71; Dav. 579; KM 786. 100 / 200

447. Germany. Berg. Joachim Murat (1806-1808). Taler, 1806 (Ar - 19,30g). AKS 9 var; LMN 288; Dav. 624; KM 11. Brown-green tone. Remains of lustrous. Very fine. 300 / 600

444. Germany. Bavaria. Maximilian II (1848-1864). 2 taler, 1855 (Ar - 37,16g). AKS 146; Kahnt 119; Thun 91; Dav. 601; KM 837. Pleasant gray tone. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

448. Germany. Brandenburg. Friedrich III (1688-1701). 2/3 taler, 1689 BH Minden (Ar - 16,72g). SchrĂśtter 223; Dav. 277; KM 559. Dark tone. Very fine. 50 / 100

Commemorating the Construction of Otto Chapel at Kiefersfelden.

PCGS AU58

449. Germany. Corvey. Philipp von Spiegel zum Desenberg (1758-1776). 1/6 taler, 1765 Braunschweig (Ar - 5,18g). Weingärtner 166; KM 167. Gray tone. About uncirculated. 100 / 400

445. Germany. Bavaria. Luitpold Prince Regent (18861912). 5 mark, 1911 D Munich (Ar - Slab). Jaeger 50; Dav. 619; KM 999. Commemorating the 90th Anniversary of the Prince Regent.

PCGS MS65

100 / 200

446. Germany. Berg (1799-1808). Bronzed tin mule taler, 1806 TS (Bronzed tin - 20,57g). Cf. AKS 9 (obv.) & 2 (rev.); LMN - cf. 288 (obv.); Cf. Dav. 624 & 623; Cf. KM 11 & 8. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c.

450. Germany. Eichstatt. Joseph von Stubenberg (17901802). Taler, 1796 CD (Ar - 28,13g). Cahn 149; Dav. 2213; KM 97. Pleasant iridescent tone. About uncirculated. 300 / 500

Mule between Joachim Murat on obverse and Maximilian Joseph von Bayern on reverse.

Extremely fine.

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451. Germany. Frankfurt am Main. Leopold II (1790-1792). Silver coronation Ducat, 1790 (Ar - 1,95g). KM Pn60. Beautiful iridescent tone. About uncirculated. 50 / 100

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455. Germany. Hessen-Darmstadt. Ludwig II (1830-1848). 2 taler, 1841 (Ar - 37,19g). AKS 99; Kahnt 264; Thun 195; Dav. 702; KM 310. Minor scratches on obverse, iridescent tone on reverse. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

456. Germany. Isenburg. Karl I (1803-1820). Bronzed Tin 12 kreuzer, 1811 (Bronzed tin - 4,14g). Cf. AKS 3; LMN - cf. 384; Cf. KM Pn3. Waved flan, three marks on obverse. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Very fine. 50 / 200

452. Germany. Fulda. Adalbert III van Harstall (1788-1803). Taler, 1795 (Ar - Slab). Buchonia 3; Dav. 2265A; KM 151. PCGS AU58 100 / 500

457. Germany. Mainz. Friedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal (17741802). 5 kreuzer, 1795 IL/IA (Ar - 2,23g). Prinz Alexander -; Coll. Walther 667; KM 405. Adjustment marks. Very fine. 40 / 80

453. Germany. Hannover. Georg V (1851-1866). 2 taler, 1855 B Hannover (Ar - 37,02g). AKS 142; Kahnt 243; Thun 173; Dav. 681; KM 229. Scratches. Iridescent tone. Good very fine. 80 / 150 458. Germany. Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Friedrich Wilhelm (1860-1904). Taler, 1870 A Berlin (Ar - 18,55g). AKS 71; Kahnt 295; Thun 217; Dav. 732; KM 100. About uncirculated. 50 / 150

454. Germany. Hesse-Cassel. Wilhelm II & Friedrich Wilhelm (1831-1847). Taler, 1834 (Ar - Slab). AKS 46; Kahnt 252; Thun 184; Dav. 692; KM 587. PCGS AU58 150 / 400

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459. Germany. Prussia. Friedrich Wilhelm II (1786-1797). Taler, 1789 B Breslau (Ar - 22,16g). Dav. 2597A; KM 348.2. Remains of lustrous. Extremely fine. 100 / 300


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460. Germany. Prussia. Friedrich Wilhelm III (1797-1840). Taler, 1799 A Berlin (Ar - Slab). Dav. 2603; KM 368. PCGS AU58 100 / 300

465. Germany. Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Ernst II (1844-1893). Taler, 1870 B Dresden (Ar - 18,48g). AKS 103; Kahnt 496; Thun 369; Dav. 826; KM 130. Partial dark tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200

461. Germany. Saxe-Altenburg. Joseph (1834-1848). Taler, 1841 G Dresden (Ar - 22,19g). AKS 49; Dav. 812; Thun 354; Kahnt 480; KM 20. Pleasant iridescent tone. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

466. Germany. Saxe-Meiningen. Bernhard Erich Freund (1821-1866). 2 gulden, 1854 Munich (Ar - Slab). AKS 183; Kahnt 506; Thun 378; Dav. 837; KM 166. PCGS MS63 100 / 200

462. Germany. Saxe-Old-Altenburg. Ernst I (1853-1908). 5 mark, 1903 A Berlin (Ar - Slab). Jaeger 144; Dav. 816; KM 147. Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Reign.

PCGS MS63

100 / 200 467. Germany. Saxe-Meiningen. George II (1866-1914). 5 mark, 1902 D Munich short beard (Ar - Slab). Jaeger 153b; Dav. - cf. 841; KM 201. PCGS MS64 100 / 400

463. Germany. Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Ernst I (1826-1844). Taler, 1827 (Ar - Slab). AKS 71; Kahnt 486; Thun 357; Dav. 817; KM C98. Lightly cleaned. About uncirculated. 400 / 600 468. Germany. Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Karl Friedrich (1828-1853). Taler, 1841 A Berlin (Ar - 22,26). AKS 21; Kahnt 514; Thun 384; Dav. 845; KM C87. Light gray tone. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

464. Germany. Saxe-Coburg-Gotha. Ernst II (1844-1893). 1 groschen, 1865 B Dresden (Ar - Slab). AKS 111; KM C115. PCGS MS63 30 / 60 58


PCGS MS64

Germany

473. Germany. Saxony-Albertine. Friedrich August I (18061827). Taler, 1822 IGS Dresden (Ar - 28,03g). AKS 24; Kahnt 424; Thun 300; Dav. 859; KM 1091. Minor adjustment marks on obverse. Light iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

469. Germany. Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. Wilhelm Ernst (1901-1918). 5 mark, 1903 A Berlin (Ar - Slab). Jaeger 159; Dav. 848; KM Y173. Commemorating the Wedding with Caroline von Reuss.

100 / 200

474. Germany. Saxony-Albertine. Friedrich August II (18361854). 2 taler, 1851 F Dresden (Ar - 36,99g). AKS 94; Kahnt 454; Thun 322; Dav. 874; KM 1149. Iridescent tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200

470. Germany. Saxony-Albertine. Friedrich August II (17331763). Taler, 1735 FW么F Dresden (Ar - 29,08g). Schnee 1026; Dav. 2665; KM 880. Beautiful iridescent tone. Minor corrosion on reverse. Good extremely fine. 1000 / 1500

475. Germany. Saxony-Albertine. Friedrich August II (18361854). Taler, 1837 G Dresden (Ar - 27,89g). AKS 95; Kahnt 443; Thun 317; Dav. 872; KM 1143. Pleasant iridescent tone. Very fine. 100 / 200

471. Germany. Saxony-Albertine. Friedrich August III (1763-1806). Taler, 1786 IEC Dresden (Ar - 28,01g). Schnee 1079; Dav. 2695; KM 992.2. Minor flan flaw on obverse. Good very fine. 50 / 100

476. Germany. Saxony-Albertine. Friedrich August II (18361854). Taler, 1854 F Dresden (Ar - 22,30g). AKS 118; Kahnt 453; Thun 330; Dav. 882; KM 1180.2.

472. Germany. Saxony-Albertine. Friedrich August I (18061827). Taler, 1821 IGS Dresden (Ar - Slab). AKS 22; Kahnt 422; Thun 298; Dav. 857; KM 1077. PCGS AU55 100 / 200

Commemorating the Death of King Friedrich August II.

Extremely fine.

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481. Germany. Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon (1807-1813). 20 franken, Ae Pattern, 180- without mintmark by Tiolier (Ae - Slab). AKS - cf. 42; LMN - cf. 732; KM - 90/91. Corrosions. PCGS SP Genuine - UNC Details 100 / 400

477. Germany. Saxony-Albertine. Johann (1854-1873). 2 taler, 1872 B Dresden (Ar - Slab). AKS 160; Kahnt 479; Thun 352; Dav. 899; KM 1231.1. Beautiful iridescent tone. PCGS MS63 100 / 200

482. Germany. Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon (1807-1813). 1/6 taler, 1810 (Ar - 3,44g). AKS 14; LMN 692; KM 82. Some scratches on obverse. Dark tone. Good very fine. 80 / 200 478. Germany. Schwazburg-Sondershausen. Karl Günther (1880-1909). 2 mark, 1905 thick rim (Ar - Slab). Jaeger 169b; KM 1231.1. Rare. PCGS MS63 80 / 150 483. Germany. Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon (18071813). Bronzed Tin 1/12 taler, 1808 C Clausthal (Bronzed tin - 3,11g). Cf. LMN - cf. 694; KM 87. Some concretions on reverse. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Very fine. 50 / 200

479. Germany. Trier. Clemens Wenzel (1768-1802). Taler, (1794) S-MM Koblenz (Ar - Slab). Von Schrötter 1243b; Dav. 2837; KM 352.1. PCGS AU53 400 / 600

484. Germany. Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon (1807-1813). 2 centimes, Ae Pattern, 1810 without mintmarks (Cu 3,38g). AKS - cf. 29; LMN - cf. 732; KM - cf. 103. About uncirculated. 100 / 400

480. Germany. Westphalia. Jerome Napoleon (18071813). Bronzed Tin mule of 5 franken & taler, 1811 C Cassel (Bronzed tin - 27,98g). AKS 33 & 24; LMN - cf. 716 (obv.) & 678 (rev.); Dav. 931 & 934; KM 101 & 119. Concretions. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Very fine. 50 / 200

485. Germany. Württemberg. Wilhelm I (1816-1864). 2 taler, 1846 (Ar - 37,12g). AKS 122; Kahnt 591a; Thun 438; Dav. 958; KM 596.

Commemorating the Marriage of the Crown Prince Karl with Olga, Grand Duchess of Russia.

Very fine. 60

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Great-Britain

490. Great-Britain. Anna (1702-1714). Crown, 1708/7 E Edinburgh (Ar - Slab). Seaby 3600; Dav. 1342; KM 526.1. PCGS XF45 400 / 600

486. Germany. Wurzburg. Franz Ludwig von Erthal (17791795). Taler, 1795 MM (Ar - 28,11g). Helmschrott 893; Dav. 2911; KM 440. Minor edge flaw. Light gray tone. Good very fine. 50 / 80

491. Great-Britain. George II (1727-1760). 1/2 crown, 1746 Lima DECIMO NONO (Ar - 14,88g). Seaby 3695A; KM 584.3. Beautiful gray tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200

487. Germany. Wurzburg. Georg Karl von Fechenbach (1795-1802). Taler, 1795 MM (Ar - Slab). Helmschrott 953; Dav. 2913; KM 453. PCGS AU55 400 / 600

492. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). Crown, 1820 LX (Ar - 28,10g). Seaby 3787; KM 675. Very fine. 150 / 300

488. Germany. Wurzburg. Georg Karl von Fechenbach (1795-1802). 20 kreuzer, 1795 RF/MM (Ar - 6,60g). Helmschrott 962; KM 449. Minor flan flaw on obverse. Lustrous. About uncirculated. 100 / 300

Great-Britain

493. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). 1/2 crown, 1817 (Ar - 14,11g). Seaby 3789; KM 672. Remains of lustrous. Good extremely fine. 150 / 300

489. Great-Britain. George I (1714-1727). Medal, ND (1714) by Müller (Gilt Ae - 30,83g - 43mm). Cf. Forst. 790. Cf. Brockman 813. Pierced at 12 o’clock.

494. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). 1/2 penny, ND (1770-1775) (Ae - 5,09g). Cf. Seaby 3774. Full brockage strike. Good very fine. 100 / 200

Commemorating the Accession of Ludwig von Hannover on the british throne as George I.

Extremely fine.

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Great-Britain

500. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). Farthing, 1806 Soho (Birmingham) (Silvered Ae - 4,72g). Cf. Seaby 3782; Cf. KM 661b. Rare. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

495. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). Penny, 1797 (Ae - Slab). Seaby 3777; KM 618. Remains of lustrous. Beautiful brown patina. PCGS AU58 100 / 200

501. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). Middelsex. 1/2 penny token, ND Thomas Spence (Ae - 11,79g). DH 882. Mark of broken die on obverse. Lustrous. Rare. About uncirculated. 80 / 150 496. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). 1/2 penny, Ae Pattern, 1790 (Ae - 15,08g). Peck 949; KM - cf. PnC63. Minor scratches. Prooflike. Good extremely fine. 200 / 400

502. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). Middelsex. 1/2 Penny token, 1796 (Ae - 12,79g). DH 521. Pleasant iridescent patina. Incuse legend on edge. About uncirculated. 80 / 150 497. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). 1/2 penny, 1799 Soho (Birmingham) (Ae - 12,75g). Seaby 3778; KM 647. Remains of lustrous. Beautiful brown patina. About uncirculated. 50 / 150

503. Great-Britain. Georges IV (1820-1830). Penny, 1826 (Ae - 19,00g). Seaby 3823; KM 693. Remains of lustrous. PCGS MS63BN 150 / 300

Greece

498. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). 1/2 penny, 1799 Soho (Birmingham) (Ae - 12,74g). Seaby 3778; KM 647. Good extremely fine. 50 / 150

499. Great-Britain. George III (1760-1820). Farthing, 1799 Soho (Birmingham) (Ae - 6,12g). Seaby 3779; KM 646. Minor scratche on reverse. Beautiful brown patina. About uncirculated. 30 / 100

504. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 20 lepta, 1831 (Ae - 31,58g). Chase 496-M/n; Divo 2; KM 11. Minor edge bumps, dark brown patina. Very fine. 50 / 100 62


Greece

505. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 20 lepta, 1831 (Ae - 29,63g). Chase 477-D/d; Divo 2; KM 11. Dark brown patina. Good very fine. 150 / 250

510. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 10 lepta, 1830 (Ae - Slab). Cf. Chase 295-W/r; Divo 3a; KM 8. Late dies states with breaks on obv and rev. Very rare. PCGS AU58 100 / 200

506. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 10 lepta, 1828 (Ae - 15,82g). Chase 171a-G1/h; Divo 3; KM 3. Minor flan crack. About very fine. 30 / 60

511. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 10 lepta, 1831 (Ae - 16,48g). Chase 433-U/p; Divo 4; KM 12. Dark patina. Good very fine. 50 / 100

512. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 5 lepta, 1828 (Ae - 7,93g). Chase 134b-D2/b; Divo 5; KM 2. Remains of lustrous. About extremely fine. 100 / 200

507. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 10 lepta, 1828 (Ae - 15,22g). Chase 173-H/i; Divo 3; KM 3. Spot of corrosion on reverse. About very fine. 30 / 60

513. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 5 lepta, 1828 (Ae - 7,71g). Chase 134b-D2/b; Divo 5; KM 2. Two minor edge flaws. About very fine. 50 / 100

508. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 10 lepta, 1828 (Ae - 14,57g). Chase 175-I/j; Divo 3; KM 3. Cleaning. Good fine. 50 / 100

514. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 5 lepta, 1830 (Ae - 7,47g). Chase 238-E/e; Divo 5a; KM 6. Pleasant drakbrown patina. Rare. Very fine. 100 / 200

509. Greece. John Capodistrias (1827-1831). 10 lepta, 1830 (Ae - 14,42g). Chase - cf AE/ab; Divo 3a; KM 8. Pleasant brown patina. Good very fine. 100 / 200 63


Greece

520. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 5 lepta, 1833 (Ae - 6,55g). Divo 21a; KM 16. Extremely fine. 30 / 60

515. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 5 drachmai, 1833 (Ar 22,23g). Divo 10a; Dav. 115; KM 20. Rare. Good very fine. 300 / 500

521. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 5 lepta, 1848 (Ae - 6,55g). Divo 23b; KM 28. Minor flan flaw. Good very fine. 30 / 60 516. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 10 lepta, 1836 (Ae - 12,68g). Divo 18b; KM 17. Very fine. 30 / 60 522. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 2 lepta, 1834 (Ae - 2,53g). Divo 25c; KM 14. Good very fine. 30 / 60

517. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 10 lepta, 1844 (Ae - 12,79g). Divo 19; KM 25. Very fine. 30 / 60

523. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 1 lepton, Ae Pattern, 1833 (Ae - 1,43g). Divo P42; Hauser 867; KM -. Rare. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

518. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 10 lepta, 1848 (Ae - 12,73g). Divo 20b; KM 50. About very fine. 20 / 60

524. Greece. George I (1863-1913). Drachma, 1868 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Divo 53a; KM 38. PCGS MS63 100 / 400

525. Greece. George I (1863-1913). Drachma, 1873 A Paris (Ar - 4,97g). Divo 53b; KM 38. Pleasant dark tone. Good extremely fine. 30 / 60

519. Greece. Otho (1832-1862). 10 lepta, 1850 (Ae - 12,29g). Divo 20e; KM 50. Very fine. 30 / 60 64


Indochina

Prices are listed in EUR

526. Greece. Ionian Islands. 30 lepta, 1849 (Ar - 1,40g). KM 35. Pleasant iridescent tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200

531. Cochinchina. Sapeque, 1879 A Paris (Ae - Slab). Lec. 9; KM 2. Lustrous. PCGS MS63RB 50 / 100

Hungary

532. Indochina. Piastre, 1902 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Lec. 285; KM 5a1. Lustrous. PCGS AU58 150 / 300

527. Hungary. Joseph II (1780-1790). Taler, 1782 X B Kremnitz (Ar - Slab). Herinek 147; Dav. 1168; KM 395.1. PCGS MS62 100 / 200

India

533. Indochina. Piastre, 1903 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Lec. 286; KM 5a1. Altered surface. Lustrous. PCGS Genuine - UNC Details 150 / 250

Enlargement 2

528. India. French Territories. Haidar Ali (1763-1782). Av Pagoda, ND Pondichery (Av - 3,44g). Lec. 33; Mitch. K-A 1046; KM -. Extremely fine. 200 / 400

534. Indochina. Piastre, 1906 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Lec. 289; KM 5a1. Lustrous. PCGS MS61 200 / 400

529. India. East India Company. Bengal Presidency. Rupee, year 45 (c. 1792-1818) Farukhabad (Ar - 11,62g). KM 70. Beautiful tone. Extremely fine. 40 / 100

Indochina

530. Cochinchina. 10 cent., 1879 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Lec. 17; KM 4. Lustrous. PCGS MS63 250 / 500

535. Indochina. Piastre, 1907 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Lec. 290; KM 5a1. Lustrous. PCGS AU58 150 / 300 65


Indochina

541. Indochina. 1 cent., 1922 A Paris (Ae - Slab). Lec. 85; KM 12.1. Lustrous. PCGS MS64RB 100 / 200

536. Indochina. Piastre, 1913 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Lec. 294; KM 5a1. Lustrous. PCGS MS61 200 / 400

542. Indochina. 1 cent., 1922 Thunderbolt Poissy (Ae - Slab). Lec. 86; KM 12.3. Lustrous. PCGS MS64RD 100 / 200

537. Indochina. Piastre, 1925 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Lec. 301; KM 5a1. Lustrous. PCGS MS62 200 / 400 543. Indochina. 1 cent., 1931 A torch Paris (Ae - Slab). Lec. 96; KM 12.1. Lustrous. PCGS MS63BN 80 / 150

538. Indochina. Piastre, 1927 A Paris (Ar - Slab). Lec. 303; KM 5a1. Lustrous. PCGS MS61 200 / 400

544. Indochina. 1 cent., 1937 A Paris (Ae - Slab). Lec. 98; KM 12.1. Lustrous. PCGS MS65RB 120 / 250

539. Indochina. 1 cent., 1901 A Paris (Ae - Slab). Lec. 57; KM 8. Lustrous. PCGS Genuine - UNC Details 80 / 150

545. Indochina. 1 cent., 1938 A Paris (Ae - Slab). Lec. 99; KM 12.1. Lustrous. PCGS MS64RB 100 / 200

540. Indochina. 1 cent., 1920 A Paris (Ae - Slab). Lec. 80; KM 12.1. Lustrous. PCGS MS65RB 120 / 250

546. Indochina. 1 cent., 1939 A Paris (Ae - Slab). Lec. 101; KM 12.1. Lustrous. PCGS MS64RB 100 / 200 66


Italy

550. Italy. Bologna. Revolutionary Government (17961797). Bronzed Tin, 2 carlini, ND (1796) (Bronzed tin - 5,64g). Cf. Pag. 41; Cf. Mont. 67; LMN - cf. 998; Cf. KM 337.2. Minor scratches on reverse. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Very fine. 50 / 200

Reduced 0.75

547. Indochina. Cast Medal c. 1890 (Cast Ae - 121,02g 88mm). Commemorating Sergent Bobillot and its formidable defense with his troops during the siege of Tuyen-Quan in 1885.

Extremely fine.

551. Italy. Lucca. Republic (1369-1799). San Martino da 15 Bolognini, 1742 (Ar - 5,65g). CNI 798; Bellesia 51; KM 16. Beautiful gray & gold tone. Good very fine. 150 / 400

200 / 400

Isles du Vent (Windward Island)

552. Italy. Milan. Franz II (1792-1800). 30 soldi, 1800 (Ar Slab). Pag. 7; Mont. 174; KM 244. Remains of lustrous. Beautiful gray & gold tone. PCGS AU58 200 / 400

548. Isles du Vent (Windward Island). Louis XVI (17741791). Bronzed Tin, 2 sous 6 deniers, 1789 A Paris (Bronzed tin - 2,68g). Lec. 12; KM - cf. Pn2. Lightly waved. Beautiful brown patina. A pattern according Jean Lecompte, but probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Very rare. About uncirculated. 200 / 400

Italy

553. Italy. Milan. Cisalpine Republic (1797-1802). 30 soldi, Anno 9 (1801) (Ar - Slab). Pag. 9; Mont. 185; LMN 928; KM 1. PCGS MS62 100 / 200

549. Italy. Bologna. Revolutionary Government (17961797). 10 paoli, 1797 (Ar - Slab). Pag. 36b; Mont. 39; LMN 994; KM 339. Minor graffiti on obverse. Lustrous. About uncirculated. 300 / 500

554. Italy. Milan. Cisalpine Republic (1797-1802). Bronzed Tin, 4 baiocchi, 1797 (Bronzed tin - 9,56g). Pag. -; LMN -; cf. Cf. KM Pn1. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

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Italy

555. Italy. Milan. Italian Republic (1802-1805). Bronzed Tin, 40 lire italiane, Anno III – 1804 (Bronzed tin - 13,77g). Pag. -; LMN -; KM -. Minor scratches on reverse. Beautiful brown patina. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. About uncirculated. 100 / 200

560. Italy. Modena. Ercole d’Este (1780-1796). Tallero of 3 scudi, 1782 (Ar - 27,67g). Mont. 08; Dav. 1393; KM C19.1. Minor flan flaw on obverse. Pleasant gray tone. Good very fine. 200 / 400

556. Italy. Milan. Italian Republic (1802-1805). Bronzed Tin, 1 lira, 4 denari, Anno III – 1804 M Milan (Bronzed tin - 4,09g). Cf. Pag. 457; LMN - cf. 956; Cf. KM Pn20. Beautiful brown patina. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. About uncirculated. 50 / 200 561. Italy. Neapolitan Republic (1799). 6 carlini, Anno 7 (1799) (Ar - 13,83g). Pag. 2; Mont. 333; LMN 1194; KM C83. Adjustment marks on reverse. Partial Brown & gold tone, remains of lustrous. Very fine. 300 / 500 557. Italy. Milan. Italian Republic (1802-1805). Bronzed Tin, 10 soldi, Anno II (1803) M Milan (Bronzed tin - 3,49g). Cf. Pag. 441; LMN 936; Cf. KM Pn5. Corrosions on reverse. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Good extremely fine. 50 / 200

562. Italy. Neapolitan Republic (1799). 4 tornesi, Anno 7 (1799) (Ae - 11,35g). Pag. 4; Mont. 336; LMN 1192; KM C81. About very fine. 50 / 150

558. Italy. Milan. Italian Republic (1802-1805). Bronzed Tin, 5 soldi, Anno II (1803) M Milan (Bronzed tin - 1,74g). Cf. Pag. 443; LMN - cf. 938; Cf. KM Pn4. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Good extremely fine. 50 / 200

563. Italy. Naples & Sicily. Gioacchino Murat (1808-1815). Dodici carlini, 1810 (Ar - 25,6g). Cf. Pag. 46h; Mont. 418; LMN 1202; Dav. 166; KM 250. Lustrous. Extremely fine. 250 / 500

559. Italy. Milan. Napoleon I (1805-1814). 5 lire, 1812 M Milan. Incuse legend. (Ar - 24,81g). Pag. 30; Mont. 226; LMN 928; Dav. 202; KM 10.4. “PROTLGGE” on edge (sic). Light iridescent tone. Good very fine. 80 / 150

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Italy

568. Italy. Papal States. Ubran VIII (1623-1644). Piastra, Anno XX - 1643 Rome (Ar - 31,76g). CNI 537; Munt. 31; Dav. 4057; KM 184. Pleasant gray tone. Very fine. 300 / 500

564. Italy. Naples & Sicily. Gioacchino Murat (1808-1815). Bronzed Tin, Dodici carlini, 1810 (Bronzed tin - 13,02g). Cf. Pag. 46m/n; Mont. 419; Cf. LMN - cf. 1202. Cf. Dav. 166. Cf. KM 250. Minor flan flaw on reverse. Remains of lustrous. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Obv. & rev. clichés united by an inscribed copper rim :”(flower) DIO PROTEGGE IL RE E IL REGNO”

Good extremely fine.

100 / 400

569. Italy. Papal States. Innocent XI (1676-1689). Piastra, Anno VIII - 1684 (Ar - Slab). CNI 63; Munt. 29; Dav. 4093A; KM 451.2. Pleasant gray tone. PCGS AU53 600 / 1000

565. Italy. Naples & Sicily. Gioacchino Murat (1808-1815). 2 lire, 1813 (Ar - 9,67g). Pag. 59; Mont. 494; LMN 1220; KM 258. Iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 100 / 200

566. Italy. Naples & Sicily. Gioacchino Murat (1808-1815). 1 lira, 1813 (Ar - 4,96g). Pag. 62; Mont. 507; LMN 1222; KM 257. Gray tone. PCGS XF45 100 / 200 570. Italy. Papal States. Clemens X (1670-1676). Gilt Ae Medal, Anno II (1672) by Hamerani (Gilted Ae - 28,7g - Miselli cf. 21/21a. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

567. Italy. Papal States. Sixtus V (1585-1590). Piastra, Anno IIII - 1588 Rome (Ar - 31,41g). CNI 128; Munt. 7; Dav. 8329. Pleasant gray tone. About very fine. 700 / 1200

571. Italy. Papal States. Innocent XI (1676-1689). Piastra, Anno I (1676) (Ar - Slab). CNI 10; Munt. 42; Dav. 4086; KM 393. Beautiful gray tone. About uncirculated. 600 / 1000 69


Italy

575. Italy. Papal States. Benedict XIV (1740-1758). 1/2 scudo, Anno XIV - 1754 (Ar - Slab). CNI 317; Munt. 49; KM 1179. Minor scratches. Lustrous. About uncirculated. 200 / 400

Detail. Enlargement 2.0

576. Italy. Papal States. Pius VI (1776-1799). Testone, Anno XXII - 1796 (Ar - Slab). CNI 321; Munt. 33; KM 1048. Beautiful iridescent tone. PCGS AU58 100 / 200

572. Italy. Papal States. Innocent XII (1691-1700). Piastra, Anno VIII - 1699 (Ar - Slab). CNI 122; Munt. 25; Dav. 4109; KM 615. Pleasant gray tone. Very rare.

Commemorating the Restoration of the port at Anzio.

PCGS AU55

3000 / 5000

577. Italy. Papal States. Pius VI (1776-1799). Lira (20 bolognini), 1793 (Ar - Slab). CNI 297; Munt. 223; KM 306. Beautiful iridescent tone. Rare. PCGS MS62 300 / 600

573. Italy. Papal States. Clement XI (1700-1721). Piastra, Anno II - 1702 Rome (Ar - 31,76g). CNI 22; Munt. 33; Dav. 1429; KM 664. Minor mark on chin. Very fine. 300 / 500

578. Italy. Papal States. Pius VI (1776-1799). 5 baiocchi, Anno XXIII - 1797 (Ae - Slab). CNI 367 var.; Munt. 94; KM 1245. PCGS AU58 50 / 100

574. Italy. Papal States. Clement XI (1700-1721). Piastra, Anno II - 1707 Rome (Ar - 31,58g). CNI 85; Munt. 35; Dav. 1437; KM 700. Traces of mounting. Very fine. 200 / 400

579. Italy. Papal States. Leon XII (1823-1829). Scudo, Anno III - 1825 B Bologna (Ar - 26,29g). Pag. 117; Mont. 08; Dav. 187. KM 1297.1. Minor scratches, pleasant gray tone. Extremely fine. 100 / 200 70


Italy

Enlargement 1.5

584. Italy. Roman Republic (1798-1799). Macerata. Bronzed Tin, 1 baiocco, Anno I (1798) (Bronzed tin - 2,33g). Cf. Pag. 73 (rev.); Cf. Mont. 04 (revv.); LMN - cf. 112 (rev.); Cf. KM 3 (rev.). Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c.

580. Italy. Papal States. Pius VIII (1829-1830). Scudo, Anno I - 1830 Rome (Ar - 26,48g). Pag. 145; Mont. 01; Dav. 189; KM 1310. Minor scratches on obverse. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

Mule between Macerata quattrino on obv. and on rev. “Tower beside ax above legend : BAIOCCO / VNO / ROMANO, She-wolf & the twins Remus & Romulus below”

Good very fine.

50 / 200

Enlargement 1.5

585. Italy. Roman Republic (1798-1799). Macerata. Bronzed Tin, 1 baiocco, Anno I (1798) (Bronzed tin - 2,37g). Cf. Pag. 73 (rev.); Cf. Mont. 04 (rev.); LMN - cf. 112 (rev.); Cf. KM 3 (rev.). Minor scratches. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c.

581. Italy. Papal States. Gregory XVI (1831-1846). Scudo, 1835 - Anno V B Bologna (Ar - 26,91g). Pag. 155; Mont. 76; Dav. 192; KM 1324. Old cleaning marks on obverse. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

Mule between Macerata quattrino on obv. and on rev. “Star below legend : VNO / BAIOCCO / ROMANO”.

Good very fine.

50 / 200

582. Italy. Papal States. Pius IX (1846-1878). Scudo, 1853 Anno VII R Rome (Ar - Slab). Pag. 394; Mont. 127; Dav. 194; KM 1336.2. Pleasant gold tone. PCGS AU55 100 / 200

586. Italy. Roman Republic (1798-1799). Gubbio. Bronzed Tin, 2 baiocchi, ND (Bronzed tin - 19,47g). Cf. Pag. 33b; Cf. Mont. 4; LMN - cf. 1106; Cf. KM 42.2. Corrosions. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. About extremely fine. 50 / 200

583. Italy. Roman Republic (1798-1799). Fermo. Bronzed Tin, 1 baiocco, Anno I (1798) (Bronzed tin - 12,82g). Cf. Pag. 53; Cf. Mont. 21; LMN - cf. 1088; Cf. KM 9.1. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. About very fine. 50 / 200

587. Italy. Roman Republic (1798-1799). Lazio. Scudo, Uniface Ae Pattern, ND (1798) (Ae - 18,21g). Struck over un medal with an Angel holding wreath over a trophy, legend “BELLI PACI (…)”. Cf. Pag. 630. LMN - cf.1030-1032; KM -. Minor scratches. Iridescent patina. Very rare. Good extremely fine. 600 / 1000 71


Italy

588. Italy. Roman Republic (1798-1799). Lazio. 2 baiocchi, Anno Sesto (1798) (Ae - Slab). Pag. 13; Mont. 17; LMN 1040; KM 5. Beautiful brown patina. Rare. PCGS AU53 500 / 800

593. Italy. Tuscany. Pietro Leopoldo (1765-1790). Francescone (10 paoli), 1777 Florence (Ar - 27,16g). Gal. VII, 2; Mont. 48; Dav. 1515; KM C24.2. Pleasant iridescent tone. Very fine. 100 / 200

589. Italy. Sardinia. Carlo Felice (1821-1831). 80 lire, 1825 L eagle head Turin (Av - Slab). Pag. 26; Mont. 04; KM 123.1; Fr. 1132. PCGS AU58 1200 / 1500 594. Italy. Tuscany. Ferdinando III di Lorena (1765-1790). Francescone (10 paoli), 1798 Florence (Ar - 27,27g). Gal. IV/16; Mont. 136; Dav. 1521; KM C37. Pleasant iridescent tone. Very fine. 80 / 150

590. Italy. Sardinia. Carlo Felice (1821-1831). 5 lire, 1828 L eagle head Turin (Ar - 24,70g). Pag. 75; Mont. 65; Dav. 135; KM 116.1. Gray tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200 595. Italy. Tuscany. Charles Louis and his mother Maria Louisa (1803-1807). Mezza dena (5 lire), 1804 Florence (Ar - 19,57g). Pag. 34; Mont. 250; KM C48. Minor scratches on obverse. Pleasant gray tone. About extremely fine. 200 / 400

591. Italy. Sardinia. Carlo Felice (1821-1831). 50 centesimi, 1830 P eagle head Turin (Ar - 2,48g). Pag. 120a; Mont. 122; KM 124.1. Very fine. 60 / 150

Luxembourg

596. Luxembourg. Joseph II (1780-1790). 12 sols, 1786 Angel head Brussels (Ar - 5,08g). Pr. L 254-2. Her. 387. KM 13. Pleasant gray & gold tone. Rare. Good fine. 400 / 600

592. Italy. Sardinia. Carlo Alberto (1831-1849). 5 lire, 1843 P anchor Genoa (Ar - 24,92g). Pag. 253; Mont. 129; Dav. 136; KM 130.2. Minor scratches on obverse. Beautiful gray & iridescent tone. Good very fine. 100 / 200 72


Netherlands

Mexico

597. Mexico. Charles III (1760-1788). Ar Proclamation Medal, 1778 by G. A. Gil (Ar - 115,30g - 59mm). Grove 76. Second type signed GIL instead of G.A. GIL. Beautiful gray tone. Very rare. Commemorating the “Real Academia de Derecho Espanol” (Academy of Spanish Law).

Good extremely fine.

600 / 1000

598. Mexico. Louis Philippe I (1830-1848). Ae Medal, 1838 by Depaulis. “Prow CUIVRE” (c. 1842-1845). (Ae - 203,76g - 75mm). Collignon 1150. Minor scraches. Beautiful brown patina. Rare. Commemorating the Capture of San Juan de Ulúa.

Extremely fine.

Morocco

300 / 500

Netherlands

600. Netherlands East Indies. Batavian Republic (17991806). Duit, 1806 Gelderland (Ae - 2,97g). KM 50.2. Good extremely fine. 30 / 60

599. Morocco. Muhammed III (AH1171-1204 / 1757-1790). Mitqal (10 dirhams), AH1188 (1774-1775) Rabat al-Fath (Ar - 28,01g). KM 41. Gray tone. Extremely fine. 300 / 600 73


Netherlands

Philippines

601. Netherlands. Gerlderland. 2 stuivers, 1789 (Ar - Slab). KM 107. Partial gray & gold tone. PCGS MS63 100 / 200 605. Philippines. Alfonso XII (1874-1885). 50 centimos, 1883 Star Manila (Ar - 12,94g). KM 150. Beautiful gray & gold tone. PCGS AU58 200 / 400

Poland 602. Netherlands. Kingdom of Holland. Louis Napoleon (1806-1810). 20 gulden, Ae Pattern, by George, 1808 Bee Utrecht (Ae - Slab). Schulman 124aa; Cf. LMN 1298; KM - cf. Pn13. Beautiful brown & blue patina. Very rare. PCGS SP64BN 800 / 2000

606. Poland. Stanislaus Augustus (1764-1795). Reichstaler, 1782 EB Warsaw (Ar - 28,16g). Kam/Kop 300; Fisher SAP 016; Dav. 1619; KM 194. Minor adjustment marks on the reverse. Very rare, only 1542 examplars issued. PCGS AU58 1000 / 2000

603. Netherlands. Wilhelm III (1849-1890). 2 1/2 gulden, 1850 Utrecht (Ar - 24,96g). Schulman 576; Dav. 236; KM 82. Iridescent tone. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

Norway

607. Poland. Stanislaus Augustus (1764-1795). Taler (6 zlotych), 1794 Warsaw (Ar - 24,20g). Kam/Kop 308; Fisher SAP 015; Dav. 1623; KM 216. Minor flan falw on obverse, scratches on reverse. Pleasant gold tone. About extremely fine. 100 / 200

604. Norway. Christian VII (1766-1808). Speciedaler, 1776HI/AB Kongsberg (Ar - 28,87g). Ahlstrรถm 3; Dav. 1308; KM 253. Gray tone. About extremely fine. 200 / 400

608. Poland. Stanislaus Augustus (1764-1795). 3 grosze, 1790 EB Warsaw (Ae - 11,32g). Kam/Kop 125; Fischer SAP 005; KM 182. Very fine. 30 / 80

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609. Poland. Revolution (1830-1831). 10 groszy, 1831 KG Warsaw (Ar - 2,72g). Kam/Kop 803; Fischer 049; KM C121. Very fine. 50 / 100

Russia

614. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Moldavia & Walachia. 2 para / 3 kopecks, 1773 Sadogura (Ae - 16,50g). Bitkin 1249; KM C3. Red brown patina. Good very fine. 80 / 200

Portugal

610. Portugal. Sebastian (1557-1578). Tostao, ND Lisbon (Ar - 7,98g). Gomes 24. Adjustment marks on reverse. Pleasant gray tone. About very fine. 50 / 100

615. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Moldavia & Walachia. 2 para / 3 kopecks, 1773 Sadogura (Ae - 18,35g). Bitkin 1249; KM C3. Flan flaw. Brown patina. Good fine. 50 / 100

611. Portugal. Luis I (1861-1889). 500 reis, 1888 (Ar 12,54g). Gomes 30; KM 509. Iridescent & gold tone. About uncirculated. 20 / 80

Russia

616. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Moldavia & Walachia. Para / 3 dengi, 1772 Sadogura (Ae - 11,59g). Bitkin 1255; KM C2.1. Brown patina. Flan flaw. About very fine. 50 / 100

612. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Kopeck, 1795 EM Ekaterinburg (Ae - 10,08g). Bitkin 704; KM C57.2. Red brown patina. About extremely fine. 40 / 100

617. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Moldavia & Walachia. Para / 3 dengi, 1772 Sadogura (Ae - 10,30g). Bitkin 1255; KM C2.1. Red brown patina. Very fine. 50 / 100

613. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Denga, 1789/88 EM Ekaterinburg(Ae - 4,72g). Bitkin - cf. 731; KM C56.2. Red brown patina. Rare. Extremely fine. 100 / 400

618. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Moldavia & Walachia. Para / 3 dengi, 1772 Sadogura (Ae - 11,72g). Bitkin 1255; KM C2.1. Flan flaw. Brown patina. Very fine. 80 / 200 75


Russia

623. Russia. Alexander I (1801-1825). 2 francs, Ae Pattern, 1801 (Ae - Slab). Diakov 268.1; Maz. 591a; VG 910; KM -. Red patina. Rare.

619. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Siberia. 10 kopecks, 1781 KM Kolyvan (Ae - 58,91g). Bitkin 1046; KM C6. Brown patina. Flan flaw. Good very fine. 50 / 100

Commemorating the Peace between France and Russia.

PCGS SP64BN

624. Russia. Nicholas I (1825-1855). Rouble, 1834 СПБ SaintPetersburg (Ar - Slab). Bitkin 894; KM 169. Pleasant gray & gold tone. Could easily have been graded higher. Rare.

620. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Siberia. 2 kopecks, 1779 KM Kolyvan (Ae - 15,18g). Bitkin 1122; KM C4. Brown patina. Flan flaw. Very fine. 80 / 200

Commemorating the Construction of the Monument to Alexander I in St Petersburg.

PCGS AU58

621. Russia. Catherine II (1762-1796). Siberia. Kopeck, 1772 KM Kolyvan (Ae - 5,67g). Bitkin 1144; KM C3. Red brown patina. Good very fine. 40 / 100

1000 / 2000

625. Russia. Nicholas I (1825-1855). Kopeck, 1840 EM Ekaterinburg (Ae - Slab). Bitkin 557; KM C144.1. Brown patina. Lustrous. PCGS MS63 50 / 100

622. Russia. Alexander I (1801-1825). 2 francs, Ae Pattern, 1801 (Ae - Slab). Diakov - cf. 268.1; Maz. 589a; VG 909; KM -. Brown patina. Flan flaw. Rare.

626. Russia. Nicholas II (1894-1917). Ae Medal, ND (Ae 10,39g). Diakov -.

Commemorating the Peace between France and Russia.

PCGS SP55

600 / 800

Commemorating the Renewal of the Imperial Fleet.

400 / 600

Good extremely fine.

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Sweden

627. Russia. Alexander III (1881-1894). Ae Award Medal, French Exhibition at Moscow, Awarded to Lair & Maillet french papermakers, 1891 by Roty. “Cornucopiae BRONZE” (Ae - 104,14g). Diakov 1065.3. Minor scratches on right arm. Brown patina. Good extremely fine. 150 / 300

Sarawak

Suriname

628. Sarawak. Charles J. Brooke Rajah (1868-1917). 10 cents, 1900 H Heaton (Ar - Slab). KN 10a; KM 9. Beautiful iridescent tone. Lustrous. PCGS MS65 200 / 400

631. Suriname. Duit, 1764 Enkhuisen (Ae - 1,59g). KM 8.2. Brown patina. Very fine. 40 / 80

Spain

Sweden

629. Spain. Philip V (1700-1746). 4 reales, 1737 PJ/S Sevilla (Ar - 13,55g). Calico 1157; KM 356. Gray tone. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

632. Sweden. Christina (1632-1654). Öre, 1638 Säter (Ae 49,94g). Ahlström 105 b; KM 161. Corrosions on reverse. About very fine. 80 / 150

630. Spain. Carlos IV (1788-1808). 8 reales (module), Ae Pattern, 1801 by Sepulveda (Ae - 26,76g). Bramsen 187; Julius 1038. Remain of lustrous. Good extremely fine. 100 / 200

633. Sweden. Carl XIV Johan (1818-1844). 2 skilling, 1837 (Ae - Slab). Ahlström 140; KM 643. Brown patina. Lustrous. PCGS MS64BN 100 / 200 77


Sweden

634. Sweden. Carl XIV Johan (1818-1844). 1/6 skilling, 1830 (Ae - Slab). Ahlström 127 a; KM 625. Red brown patina. Remains of lustrous. PCGS MS64RB 80 / 150

638. Switzerland. Bern. Tin Medal, 1891 by Bühler & Homberg (Tin - 21,28g - Martin 22; Forrer II, 545. Commemorating the 700th Bern founding Anniversary.

About uncirculated.

40 / 100

639. Switzerland. Graubunden. 1/2 batzen, 1842 (Bi 1,99g). HMZ 2-606e; KM 13. Good very fine. 20 / 60

635. Sweden. Oscar I (1844-1859). Riksdaler, 1850 AG Stokholm (Ar - Slab). Ahlström 30; Dav. 354; KM 667. Pleasant gray tone. PCGS AU50 200 / 400

Switzerland

640. Switzerland. La Chaux-de-Fond. 5 francs or schützentaler, 1863 (Ar - Slab). HMZ 2-1343e; Dav. 381; KM XS7. PCGS MS62 100 / 200

636. Switzerland. Bundesthaler, ND (c. 1546) by Hans Jakob Stampfer (Gilt cast Ar - 18,31g - 45mm). Wunderly 3414; Forrer V, p. 658. 641. Switzerland. Neuchatel. Friedrich Wilhelm III (17971840). 21 batzen, 1799 (Ar - 14,84g). HMZ 2¬715 a; KM 59. Good very fine. 200 / 400

Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Everlasting League.

Good extremely fine.

150 / 400

Enlargement 1.5

637. Switzerland. Basel. Johann II von Münsingen (13351365). Bracteat (Pfennig), ND (Ar - 0,38g). HMZ 1-254; Bonhoff 1770. Good extremely fine. 40 / 100

642. Switzerland. Neuchatel. Alexandre Berthier (18061814). Tin 5 francs, 181. (Tin - 27,28g). Cf. HMZ 2-720; Cf. LMN 1598; KM -. Minor edges bumps. Certainly issued at the end of XIXth c. Extremely fine. 100 / 400 78


USA

Tobago

643. Switzerland. Neuchatel. Alexandre Berthier (18061814). 1/2 batzen, 1808 (Bi - 1,78g). HMZ 2-723c; LMN 1606; KM 68.1. Very fine. 20 / 60

648. Tobago. Sou Marqués, ND (c. 1781-1803) “TB/O” countersetamped on Cayenne 2 sous (Bi - 1,68g). Vlack 442; Lec. 6; KM 5. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

644. Switzerland. Solothurn. 10 batzen, 1794 (Ar - 7,63g). HMZ 2-845i; KM 51. Pleasant iridescent tone. About extremely fine. 80 / 150

649. Tobago. Sou Marqués, ND (c. 1781-1803) “TB” countersetamped on Cayenne 2 sous (Bi - 1,61g). Vlack 439; Lec. -; KM 5. Extremely fine. 50 / 100

Tunisia

645. Switzerland. Zurich. Batzen, 1633 (Bi - 2,41g). HMZ 2-1154h; KM 40. Good fine. 20 / 60

650. Tunisia. Abdul Aziz & Muhammad al-Sadiq Bey (AH1276-1293 / 1860-1876). 1/4 kharub, AH1281 (18641865) (Ae - Slab). KM 153. PCGS MS65RB 80 / 150

USA

646. Helvetian republic (1798-1803). Bronzed tin 1 rappen, Pattern, 1800 (Bronzed tin - 0,81g). Cf. HMZ 2-1192d. LMN - cf. 1454. Cf. DT 15. Cf. KM PnA5. Probably issued at the second part of the XIXth c. Good extremely fine. 50 / 200

Thailand

651. USA. Colonial. Louis XIV (1643-1715). The Pride of the Royal House Ae Medal, 1693 by Mauger. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 23,83g - 41mm). Divo -; Betts 75. Original strike. About extremely fine. 80 / 200

647. Thailand. Louis XIV (1643-1715). Medal, 1686 by Mauger. No Hallmark on edge. (Ae - 33,32g - 41mm). Cf. Divo 216. Pleasant brown patina. Probably a liitle later strike. Commemorating the Reception of Siamese Embassy. ex. Coin Galleries April 28, 2010, #3551

Good extremely fine.

652. USA. Colonial. Wood’s Hibernia coinage. Farthing, 1723 DEI GRATIA (Ae - 3,88g). Red Book (2008) p. 42; KM 25. About very fine. 50 / 150

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USA

659. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). 1/2 sou Marqués, 1740 A Paris (Bi - Slab). Vlack 295; Lec. 20; Red Book (2008) p. 51; KM 501. PCGS AU58 300 / 500

653. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). Sou Marqués, 1739 Q Perpignan. “ET NAV” without dot and also between hat and date (Bi - Slab). Vlack - cf. 170; Lec. 86; Red Book (2008) p. 51; KM 500.17. Cleaning. Remains of lustrous. Very rare. PCGS Genuine - AU Details 200 / 400

660. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). 1/2 sou Marqués, 1740 P Dijon (Bi - 1,22g). Vlack 310; Lec. 31; Red Book (2008) p. 51; KM 501.9. Very rare. Very fine. 100 / 300

654. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). Sou Marqués, 1739 X Amiens (Bi - Slab). Vlack 213 (R7); Lec. 93; Red Book (2008) p. 51; KM 500.23. PCGS MS62 500 / 800

661. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). 1/2 sou Marqués, 1740 W Lille (Bi - 1,06g). Vlack 316; Lec. 35; Red Book (2008) p. 51; KM 501.12. Corrosions. Rare. About very fine. 80 / 200 655. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). Sou Marqués, 1739 Z Grenoble (Bi – Slab). Vlack 221c; Lec. 95; Red Book (2008) p. 51; KM 500.25. Old cleaning. Good extremely fine. 100 / 250

662. USA. Colonial. New Jersey. Copper, 1786 Narrow Shield, Straight Plow Beam (Ae - Slab). Red Book (2008) p. 66; KM 10. Rare. PCGS VF25 200 / 400

656. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). Sou Marqués, 1740 H La Rochelle (Bi - 1,67g). Cf. Vlack 96a; Cf. Lec. 107; Red Book (2008) p. 51; Cf. KM 500.9. Full obverse brockage. Corrosions. Extremely Rare. PCGS Genuine - VG Details 200 / 400

663. USA. 50 cents “capped bust”, 1828 Large letters, square base 2, small 8 (Ar - 13,26g). Red book (2008) p. 186; KM 34. Very fine . 150 / 300

657. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). Sou Marqués, 1745 C Caen (Bi - 1,97g). Vlack 62; Lec. 205; Red Book (2008) p. 51; KM 500.5. Minor weakness on mintmark area. Rare. Very fine. 80 / 200

NGC 658. USA. Colonial. Louis XV (1715-1774). Sou Marqués, 1762 BB Strasbourg (Bi - Slab). Vlack 276; Lec. -; Cf. Red Book (2008) p. 51; KM 500.4. NGC MS62 400 / 800

664. USA. 50 cents “capped bust”, 1829 Small letters (Ar 13,38g). Red book (2008) p. 186; KM 34. Pleasant gray tone. About very fine. 150 / 300 80


USA

Prices are listed in EUR

665. USA. Dime, 1840 Philadelphia, No drapery from elbow (Ar - 2,63g). Red Book (2008) p. 144; KM 63.1. Very fine. 20 / 40

671. USA. Large cent, 1819 (Ae - 10,69g). Red book (2008) p. 101; KM 45. Very fine. 100 / 200

666. USA. 1/2 dime, 1841 O New Orleans, Stars & drapery from elbow (Ar - 1,32g). Red Book (2008) p. 137; KM 62.2. Edge bump. Very fine. 20 / 40 672. USA. Large cent, 1824/2 (Ae - Slab). Red Book (2008) p. 103; KM 45. Environmental damage. PCGS Genuine - VF Details 200 / 400

667. USA. Large cent, 1800/1798 (Ae - Slab). Red book (2008) p. 97; KM 22. Environmental damage. PCGS Genuine - F Details 80 / 200 673. USA. Large cent, 1851 (Ae - Slab). Red Book (2008) p. 107; KM 67. PCGS AU58 80 / 150

668. USA. Large cent, 1802 (Ae - 10,98g). Red book (2008) p. 98; KM 22. Fine. 80 / 200

674. USA. Cent, 1862 (Ae - Slab). Red Book (2008) p. 111; KM 90. PCGS AU55 50 / 100

669. USA. Large cent, 1802 No stem (Ae - Slab). Red book (2008) p. 98; KM 22. PCGS Genuine - XF Details 100 / 200

675. USA. 1/2 cent, 1804 Plain 4, no stem (Ae - 5,26g). Red book (2008) p. 99; KM 33. Minor scratches. Very fine. 50 / 100

670. USA. Large cent, 1813 (Ae - Slab). Red Book (2008) p. 100; KM 39. Graffiti on obverse. PCGS Genuine - XF Details 300 / 500

676. USA. 1/2 cent, 1849 (Ae - Slab). Red Book (2008) p. 92; KM 70. PCGS XF45 80 / 200 81


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