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COINS 28 February 2021 The Court House 363 Main Road Harwich, CO12 4DN


February 2021 Catalogue Auction Welcome to our first ancient art, antiquities and coin catalogue auction of 2021. The vetting process for this sale took a more extended form, taking place over the first two weeks of January. Breaking with our tradition of a two-day vetting committee meeting, each consultant was invited in turn to view and vet the material. Following the initial selection process and expert analysis from our in-house cataloguing team, this sale was vetted by a total of fourteen external specialists before making its way into the pages of this catalogue. Highlights from February's sale include: lot 6, a large Egyptian Canopic Jar of Baboon-Headed Hapi, guided at £15,000-£20,000; lot 35, a Greek bust of Cleopatra, opening at £18,000; lot 52, a Hellenistic Silver Rhyton with Deer Protome, guided at £100,000-£140,000; lot 303, a Rare and Important Royal Jin Bodhisattva Maitreya, opening at £18,000; lot 451, a Large Viking Period Sogdian Silver Vessel with Animal Figures, guided at £70,000-£90,000; and lot 0497, ‘The Hedingham Castle Estate’ Elizabethan Gold Ring with Edward de Vere as Emperor, which opens at £13,500. Observant clients will notice that we have chosen to dedicate each of our catalogues to the memory of a prominent archaeologist, antiquarian or collector, individuals who have dedicated their lives to the protection of antiquities and the pursuit of knowledge about the ancient world. As such, this catalogue is dedicated to the late Khaled al-Asaad, whose life work concerned the protection of the ancient city of Palmyra. We are proud to announce that Khaled al-Assad's son has kindly agreed to travel to London and present a lecture on his father's work and legacy. This lecture will form as part of our customary viewing and champagne reception at the May Fair Hotel, as soon as UK isolation rules permit.

Yours sincerely, Brett Hammond (CEO)


“Please, let me stay here among her ruins, there have always been drops of my blood and perspiration scattered on her golden stones. I will never give up her. I was born, I lived, and I will die standing here, just like her pillars and palm trees” This catalogue is dedicated to the memory of Dr Khaled al-Asaad, a man of value, honour and integrity, who loved the past and archaeology, and gave his life to it. Among the sands and splendours of Palmyra, his name echoes for eternity. Dr Khaled Mouhammad Alasaad was born in the city of Palmyra, the epicentre of his life, on 11.12.1933. Growing up in a rural setting surrounded by the oasis of ancient monuments, he understood deeply the value of belonging that has played such a great role in the history of humanity. His deep affection for his birthplace led him to believe in the importance of the preservation of these roots and historical identity of his people. Within a year of graduating from Damascus University, Faculty of Letters, History branch, in 1961 he was appointed the director of antiquities studies and excavations department, evidence of his exceptional knowledge of archaeological artifacts and Syrian antiquities. In 1963, he fulfilled his life dream and became the director of the Palmyra museum and ruins. For more than 50 years, he worked diligently to place Palmyra at the centre of Syrian cultural heritage and participated himself in all the excavations and restorations across the city. During this time, he also published his research on the city's history in multiple articles and books, including essays in Syrian and international antiquities journals. His research on the city of Palmyra led him to international archaeological conferences across the world including the UK, Bahrain and in the cities of Tehran, Warsaw, Damascus and Palmyra itself. He also worked in cooperation with the German Archaeological Institute on projects and discussions related to the history and archaeology of Palmyra. He helped organise many exhibitions on Palmyra, the first of which took place at the Petit Palais in Paris in 1974. Dr Khaled al-Asaad never really retired but remained active in his commitment to the city to which he had devoted his life. In August 2015, following the tragic events which brought the war to Syria, he was killed by the terrorists of Isis. He defended the city, its unique heritage and his eternal passion until his final breath. Dr Khaled al-Asaad was highly respected by his colleagues, who recognised in him a deep generosity, and was often addressed as "Mister Palmyra". He was a truly great man, whose ceaseless courage and dedication to the principles for which he died earned him respect and pride amongst archaeologists across the world.

Dr Raffaele D’Amato


Sale schedule

The Court House, Harwich Antiquities - Tuesday 23 February 2021 (Day 1) 10:00 - Egyptian Antiquities (Lots 1 - 34) - Greek Antiquities (Lots 35 - 101) - Roman Antiquities (Lots 102 - 189) - Byzantine Antiquities (Lots 190 - 220) - Western Asiatic Antiquities (Lots 221 - 299) - Chinese & Far Eastern Antiquities (Lots 300 - 321) - India & Region Antiquities (Lots 322 - 339) - Islamic Antiquities (Lots 340 - 348) - Arms & Armour (Lots 349 - 414) - Stone, Bronze & Iron Age Antiquities (Lots 415 - 425) - Saxon, Viking & Germanic Antiquities (Lots 426 - 483) - Medieval, Post Medieval & Christian Antiquities (Lots 484 - 532) - Ethnographic & Natural History (Lots 533 - 560) Antiquities - Wednesday 24 February 2021 (Day 2) 10.00 - Egyptian Antiquities (Lots 561 - 626) - Greek Antiquities (Lots 627 - 701) - Roman Antiquities (Lots 702 - 860) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Roman Antiquities (Lots 861 - 1112) - Byzantine Antiquities (Lots 1113 - 1169) Antiquities - Thursday 25 February 2021 (Day 3) 10.00 - Byzantine Antiquities (Lots 1170 - 1203) - Western Asiatic Antiquities (Lots 1204 - 1470) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Western Asiatic Antiquities (Lots 1471 - 1516) - Chinese & Far Eastern Antiquities (Lots 1517 - 1704) - India & Region Antiquities (Lots 1705 - 1766) - Islamic Antiquities (Lots 1767 - 1779) Antiquities - Friday 26 February 2021 (Day 4) 10.00 - Islamic Antiquities (Lots 1780 - 1821) - Arms & Armour (Lots 1822 - 1971) - Stone Age Antiquities (Lots 1972 - 1976) - Bronze Age Antiquities (Lots 1977 - 2041) - Iron Age Antiquities (Lots 2042 - 2064) - Saxon, Viking & Germanic Antiquities (Lots 2065 - 2080) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Saxon, Viking & Germanic Antiquities (Lots 2081 - 2244) - Medieval Antiquities (Lots 2245 - 2373) - Post Medieval Antiquities (Lots 2374 - 2389) Antiquities - Saturday 27 February 2021 (Day 5) - Post Medieval Antiquities (Lots 2390 - 2479) - Christian Antiquities (Lots 2480 - 2516) - Prehispanic & Ethnographic (Lots 2517 - 2541) - Natural History (Lots 6000 - 6149) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Natural History (Lots 6150 - 6470) Coins - Sunday 28 February 2021 10.00 - Coins, Notes & Medals & Books (Lots 8000 - 8360) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Coins, Notes, Medals & Books (Lots 8361 - 8762)

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The Court House 363 Main Road Harwich CO12 4DN

COINS 28 February 2021

Heads of Departments Antiquities: Brett Hammond Coins: Christopher Wren

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COINS 28 FEBRUARY 2021

8000 Gaul - Ambiani - Gallic War Uniface Gold Stater. 1st century BC. Sills 2a. Obv: blank. Rev: disjointed horse right with pellets and 'wishbone' symbol above and pellet below above faint ground line. S. 11; DT 235; ABC 16. 5.95 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £300 - 400 Ex Stratford collection, Suffolk, UK; acquired on the UK art market after 2000.

8001z Gaul - Uncertain Issue - Horse AR Unit. 1st century BC. Obv: two partial beaded rings enclosing motifs. Rev: horse prancing left, wavy tail, letters below, pellets above. 2 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70

8004 Commius - Circles in Square / Horse - AR Quarter Unit. 50-25 BC. Obv: concave square with pellet-in-ring at centre and around. Rev: annulate horse running left, wheel above. S. 59; BMC 654-56; ABC 1046. 0.32 grams. Good very fine. £100 - 140 From the private collection of the vendor's grandfather; the collection formed between 1980-2000. Formerly attributed to Verica.

Property of a Middlesex gentleman; formerly from TJR collection, Oxford, UK.

8002 Atrebates and Regni - Selsey Dahlia Damaged Die Gold Quarter Stater. 1st century AD. Obv: wreath design from damaged die. Rev: horse right with floral sun above and wheel below. S. -; BMC -; ABC 506; cf. CCI 98.0602; see Liz's List 1, 22 for type. 1.24 grams. Very fine for type; chip and flaw at edge. Very rare. [No Reserve] £200 - 300 Ex Stratford collection, Suffolk, UK; acquired on the UK art market after 2000.

8003 Atrebates and Regni - Wittering Rings - Gold Quarter Stater. Circa 60-50 BC. Obv: two parallel bands on a plain field flanked by two annulets. Rev: horse prancing right with floral sun above, double ring below. S. -; ABC 623; BMC 375. See Portable Antiquities Scheme reference BERK-1FC826 (this coin). 1.19 grams. Very fine; obverse a little weak. Extremely rare. £500 - 700 Found Winterbourne, West Berkshire, UK; recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) with record number BERK-1FC826; accompanied by a copy of the PAS report. This coin was possibly struck using the same dies as the coin illustrated in ABC (623), with more wear around the horse's head (the eye area, and the two annulets on the reverse are worn), otherwise the markings on this coin are identical to that illustrated in ABC. Only one other issue of this coin (and the same dies) has been recorded by the PAS, also found in West Berkshire (SUR-11A824).

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8005 Commius - Moon Head / Horse - AR Minim. 50-25 BC. Obv: moon head left, lentoid eye, ring in front. Rev: horse standing left, pellet in ring above and below. S. 70; BMC 759-60; ABC 1043. 0.29 grams. Very fine. £100 - 140 From the private collection of the vendor's grandfather; the collection formed between 1980-2000.

8006 Tincomarus - Interlinked Squares / Boar - AR Minim. 25 BC-10 AD. Obv: C.F within two interlinked squares. Rev: boar(?) running right, TI above, [NC] reversed below. S. 91; BMC 981-82; ABC 1136. 0.33 grams. Extremely fine. £120 - 170 From the private collection of the vendor's grandfather; the collection formed between 1980-2000.

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8007 North Thames - Trinovantes - Double Equine Type Unique AR Half Unit. 60-20 BC. Obv: regardant horse galloping right, serpentine creature above. Rev: horse advancing right, beaded mane, pellets and wavy line above, pellet below. See ABC, p. 117, 2294 for general type. See Portable Antiquities Scheme reference SF-4CBAAA (this coin) 0.45 grams. Near very fine, chipped. Described as unique by Chris Rudd. £400 - 600

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8011 Verica - Boar's Head / Eagle - AR Minim. 10-40 AD. Obv: boar's head right, CF[I] below. Rev: eagle standing front, head left, wings spread, V[E] below. S. 162; ABC 1337; V-; BMC 1583-86. 0.29 grams. Very fine. £100 - 140 From the private collection of the vendor's grandfather; the collection formed between 1980-2000.

Found near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, UK, on 7 March 2019; accompanied by a copy of Portable Antiquities Scheme report number SF-4CBAAA; this coin has been classified a find of note and designated for inclusion in British Numismatic Journal 'Coin Register'.

8012 Caratacus - CARA / Winged Horse - AR Minim. 40-43 AD. Obv: CARA around pellet-in-ring. Rev: rearing winged horse right. S. 364A; BMC 2385-89; ABC 1379; Coin News, November 2020, pp.4041. 0.33 grams. Extremely fine. Rare, one of only three known to exist. £300 - 400 8008 Verica - Torc / Head - AR Minim. 10-40 AD. Obv: C.F within torc with pellet terminals. Rev: bust right, VERIC to right (VE ligated). S. 150; BMC 1526-33; ABC 1310. 0.28 grams. Very fine. £120 - 170 From the private collection of the vendor's grandfather; the collection formed between 1980-2000.

8013 z Iceni - Norfolk God Moustachioed Head AR Unit. 1061 AD. Moustache type, EA8. Obv: Celticised head in profile right, with oval eye, moustache, hair represented by short dashes with longer, pelleted crescents behind, (corn ear behind, trefoils in front). Rev: horse galloping right, tricorne in pelta above, lozenge below. ABC 1567; BMC 3605-3759. 1.20 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 8014 z Cunobelinus - Centaur AE Unit. 10-43 AD. Trinovantes and Catuvellauni. NT8. Obv: laureate head left, CVNOBELINI around. Rev: centaur right blowing horn, TASCIOVANI F around. BMC 19681971; ABC 2957. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 From a private UK collection.

8009 Verica - Horn of Plenty / Lion - AR Minim. 10-40 AD. Obv: cornucopia in centre, COM left, VER right. Rev: lion running right on ground line; letter R in exergue. S. 153; BMC 1542; ABC 1319. 0.25 grams. Extremely fine. £150 - 200 From the private collection of the vendor's grandfather; the collection formed between 1980-2000.

8010 Verica - VIR / Boar's Head - AR Minim. 10-40 AD. Obv: VIR in panel, pellet daisy below. Rev: boar's head right. S. 160; BMC 1579-81; ABC 1268. 0.31 grams. Extremely fine. £100 - 140 From the private collection of the vendor's grandfather; the collection formed between 1980-2000.

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8015 Nietap Type - Experimental Gold Issue. Circa 635-640 AD. Nietap Type, with crude obverse and reverse enigmatic designs. Cf. Plunket, S., Suffolk in Anglo-Saxon Times, p.126, item h, for a broadly similar coin from Coddenham, Suffolk. 1.30 grams. Very fine. Rare, one of only a few known examples from England. £500 - 700 From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman; found in Suffolk, UK. Only a few examples of such a coin are known to have been found in England, with a single example discovered in the famous Crondall hoard. The Crondall example is given by Metcalf, Thrymsas and Sceattas, Volume I, pl.3, 73, together with two plain items of gold of the same size, from the same hoard, all weighing in the vicinity of 1.29-1.3 grams, as does the coin offered here. Dr Arent Pol of the Netherland Royal Collection states that 'I regard it as continental and would therefore call it a tremissis...a few more specimens have turned up in Great Britain after the first one was found among the coins in the Crondall hoard...All these small thick coins with very crude obverse 'designs' derive from specimens struck with better preserved dies showing a head to the right (Belfort 5517, Prou 684). For my forthcoming catalogue I labelled the group 'Nietap type' after the Dutch hoard with several specimens. Most of the coins of this type have been found on the continent...'

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8016 Primary Phase - Series C - Runic Type - AR Sceatta. 680710 AD. Obv: radiate bust right, but runic FMCF replaces TIC. Rev: Variety C1, standard, TOTII. S.779. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference YorYm-C86-D1C (this coin). 1.08 grams. Good very fine. £120 - 170 Found near York, Yorkshire, UK, 2018.

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8021 Secondary Phase - Series J - Type 72 - AR Sceatta. 710750 AD. Obv: two diademed heads face-to-face, long cross in centre, within two pelletted circles. Rev: bird right, looking back at serpent, within two pelletted circles. S.802C. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference YorYm-C7-O4B8 (this coin). 0.96 grams. Very fine/extremely fine. £150 - 200 Found near York, Yorkshire, UK, 2018.

8022 z Secondary Phase - Series Q - Type IID - AR Sceatta. 725-745 AD. Obv: quadruped left with tail above and pellets in field, within pelletted circle. Rev: bird left with cross extending from back, within two pelletted circles. S.809 variant. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference YorYm-C6-9CEA (this coin). 0.76 grams. Extremely fine, chipped. £120 - 170 Found near York, Yorkshire, UK, 2018.

8017 Continental Issues - Series E, Type 89 - SEDE - AR Sceatta. 580-750 AD. Obv: quilled serpent, pellet in mouth, coiled around cross. Rev: circle with small saltire at centre, S E D E in angles with saltires between. S.786; BMC 4; N. 47; see Early Medieval Corpus, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, reference 1997.0002 and PAS SOM-3D9955 for a comparable example with narrower date range. 1.07 grams. Good very fine. £400 - 600 Found in Cambridgeshire, UK.

8018 z Continental Issues - Series D - Type IIC Variant - AR Sceatta. 685-710 AD. Probably English imitative. Obv: crowned bust, runic AEPA before. Rev: plain cross with pellets in angles, pseudoletters around. S.792 variant. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference YorYm-C6-E85D (this coin). 0.88 grams. Good fine. £80 - 100 Found near York, Yorkshire, UK, 2016.

8019 z Continental Issues - Series E - Sub-Group 1 - AR Sceatta. 715-735 AD. Sub-Group 1. Obv: degenerate head enclosing four bars. Rev: votive standard with TOTII design. S.790. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference YorYm-CO-3537 (this coin). 0.78 grams. Extremely fine. £80 - 100

8023 Northumbria - Eanred - Eadwine - AR Sceatta. 810-830 AD. Styca coinage A, regal issues. Obv: +EANAED REX around large pellet in circle of pellets. Rev: +EADVINI around large pellet in pellet circle for the moneyer Eadwine. S.860; N. 186. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference YorYm - C6-B245 (this coin). 1.16 grams. Very fine. £80 - 100 Found near York, Yorkshire, UK, 2017.

Found near Beverley, Yorkshire, UK, 2018.

8020 Secondary Phase - Series J - Type 37 - AR Sceatta. Circa 719-725 AD. Obv: two diademed heads face-to-face, long cross in centre, within pelletted circle. Rev: four birds clockwise around small cross, within two pelletted circles. S.802A. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference YorYm-CO-6031 (this coin). 0.97 grams. Very fine. £100 - 140

8024 Northumbria - Eadberht - AR Quadruped Sceatta. 737758 AD. Sceatta coinage A, regal issues. Obv: stylised stag to right, within pelletted circle. Rev: EADBERHTVS around small cross in centre, within pelletted circle. S.847; N. 177. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference YorYm - C88-1BF (this coin). 0.91 grams. Good fine/good very fine. £100 - 140 Found near York, Yorkshire, UK, 2017.

Found near Beverley, Yorkshire, UK, 2017.

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8025 Cuthred - Canterbury / Eaba - Portrait Penny. 805-807 AD. Obv: + CVÐRED RED - CANT legend with diademed and draped bust right breaking inner circle. Rev: Canterbury mint, moneyer +EABA MONETA around solid inner circle containing cross pommée with wedges in angles. Naismith C31, North 211; S.877. See Early Medieval Corpus, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, reference EMC: 2020.0339 (this coin). 1.31 grams. Good very fine, small chip to edge. Rare. £3,000 - 4,000

8028 Stephen - London / Wulfwine - 'Watford' Penny. 11361145 AD. BMC type i. Obv: profile bust with sceptre and +ST[IEFNE R]: legend. Rev: cross moline and fleurs with +PVLFPIN:ON:LVN legend for the moneyer Wulfwine at London mint. S. 1278; N. 873; cf. SCBI 20 (Mack), 1592 (different dies); see Allen, Dr Martin, The Mints and Moneyers of England and Wales, 1066-1158, British Numismatic Journal 82, 2012 and Addenda and Corrigenda, British Numismatic Journal 86, 2016 for detailed listing of all recorded issues, including this type for this moneyer at this mint. 1.33 grams. Very fine for issue; good portrait. Rare. [No Reserve] £300 - 400

Found Tidworth area, Wiltshire, UK; this lot has been checked against the Interpol Database of stolen works of art and is accompanied by AIAD certificate number no. 10570-169024.

Ex Stratford collection, Suffolk, UK; acquired on the UK art market after 2000.

8026 Edward the Confessor - Canterbury / Goldwine - Small Flan Penny. 1048-1050 AD. BMC type ii. Obv: profile bust with +EDPERD REX legend. Rev: long voided cross with +GVLDPINEONC legend for the moneyer Goldwine at Canterbury mint. S. 1175; N. 818. See Early Medieval Corpus, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, reference EMC 2019.0285 (this coin). 0.87 grams. Good fine. £180 - 240 Found Romney Marsh, Kent area, 2000s.

8029 z Stephen - Bury St Edmunds(?) / Uncertain Moneyer - Watford Penny. 1136-1145 AD. BMC type i. Obv: profile bust and sceptre with STIFNE REX legend. Rev: cross moline and fleurs with [+ ]S:ED[ ] for uncertain moneyer, possibly at Bury St Edmunds mint. S. 1278; N. 873. 0.82 grams. Fair; repaired. [No Reserve] £50 - 70

8030 Henry III - London / Nicole - Long Cross Penny. 1248 AD. Class 2a. Obv: facing bust with HENRICVS REX TERCI legend. Rev: long voided cross and pellets dividing NIC OLE ONL VND legend for the moneyer Nicole at London mint. S. 1361; N. 985/1. 1.55 grams. Good very fine. £80 - 100 Ex Brussels hoard (1908).

8031 z Henry III - London / Nicole - Long Cross Penny. 1248 AD. Class 2b. Obv: facing bust with HENRICVS REX TERCI legend. Rev: long voided cross and pellets dividing NIC OLE ONL VND legend for the moneyer Nicole at London mint. S. 1361A; N. 985/2. 1.44 grams. Good very fine. £70 - 90 Ex Brussels hoard (1908).

8027 Henry I - Northampton / Thort - Facing Bust Penny. 1111 AD. BMC type 7. Obv: facing, crowned and diademed bust with +HENRI REX legend. Rev: semi-circles joined by piles tipped with annulets with +ÐOROT:ON:NOR legend for the moneyer Thort at Northampton mint. S.1268; N.863; see Allen, Dr M., The Mints and Moneyers of England and Wales, 1066-1158, British Numismatic Journal 82, 2012, for this moneyer in this type. 1.29 grams. Good fine; flan creased with associated surface cracking. Rare. £200 - 300 Found Romney Marsh area, Kent, UK, 2019.

8032 z Henry III - London / Nicole - Long Cross Penny. 1251-1272 AD. Class 5a3. Obv: facing bust with sceptre and HENRICVS REX III legend. Rev: long voided cross and pellets dividing NIC OLE ONL VND legend for the moneyer Nicole at London mint. S. 1367A; N. 991/3. 1.52 grams. Good very fine. £60 - 80 Ex Brussels hoard (1908).

8033 z Edward I - Newcastle - Long Cross Penny. 1299-1300 AD. Class 9b. Obv: facing bust with pellet on breast and EDW R ANGL DNS HYB legend. Rev: long cross and pellets dividing VILL NOVI CAS TRI legend for Newcastle upon Tyne mint. S. 1408; N.1037/1b. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference PAS KentC9F61E (this coin). 1.33 grams. Fine. Rare with pellet on breast. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Found Romney Marsh area, Kent UK, 2019.

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8034 z Scotland - Alexander III - 23 Point Long Cross Penny. 1280-1286 AD. Type Mc. Obv: profile bust left with sceptre and + ALEXANDER DEI GRA legend. Rev: long cross and mullets (23 points) and REX SCOTORVM+ legend. S. 5055. 1.38 grams. About very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Found Romney Marsh area, Kent UK, 2019.

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8039 z Henry VI - Calais - Rosette Mascle Halfgroat. 14301431 AD. Obv: facing bust within tressure with HENRIC[rosette]DI GRA[rosette]REX[mascle]ANGL[rosette]Z F legend. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI[rosette]DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and VILL[mascle]LA CALISIE[rosette] legends for Calais mint. S. 1862; N. 1448. 1.55 grams. Good very fine; small edge chip. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Found Romney Marsh area, Kent UK, 2019.

8035 Scotland - Robert II - Halfpenny. 1371-1390 AD. Edinburgh mint(?) Obv: crowned bust left, holding sceptre, beaded circle and + ROBERTVS REX legend around. Rev: [VILAEIDINRVG?] legend with long cross pattee with pierced mullets in angles; uneven shape. 0.46 grams. Very fine. £250 - 350 From a private UK collection. The first monarch of the House of Stewart.

8036 Flanders - Gui de Dampierre - Eagle Sterling. 1251-1305 AD. Obv: double-headed eagle facing with +G COMES FLANDRE legend. Rev: long cross and pellets dividing CIV ITA SAL OST legend for Alost mint. Chautard 8, pl.II, 6; Mayhew 1. 1.28 grams. Good fine. Scarce. £100 - 140 Found Romney Marsh area, Kent, UK, 2019.

8037 Henry V - London - Frowning Bust Groat. 1413-1422 AD. Light coinage, class Ca. Obv: facing bust within tressure with mullet on right shoulder and +HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGLE Z FRANC legend. Rev: long cross and pellets with +POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM outer and CIVITAS LONDON inner legends for London mint. S. 1765; N. 1387a. 3.19 grams. Good fine. Scarce. £150 - 200

8040 Edward IV - Bristol Mint - Gold Rose Ryal. July 1466-July 1467 AD. First reign, light coinage, type VII. Obv: king standing in ship with rose on side holding sword and shield, large E in standard, B in waves for Bristol mint with EDWARD' DI GRA REX AnGL Z FRAnC DNS IB legend with trefoil stops. Rev: rose on radiate sun at centre on floriate cross with crowned lions in angles with IhC AVT' TRAnSIEnS PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT legend with trefoil stops and 'crown' mintmark. S. 1954; N.1550; SCBI 47 (Schneider 1), 419 (different dies). See Portable Antiquities Scheme reference BERKC2ED7C (this coin); 'This is only the second ryal of Edward IV, Bristol mint, recorded on this database. This is a find of note and has been designated: Regional importance.' 7.72 grams. About extremely fine; rare. £4,000 - 6,000 Found while searching with the use of a metal detector in the Itchen Valley, near Winchester, Hampshire, UK; accompanied by a copy of the Portable Antiquities Scheme report number BERK-C2ED7C; this lot has been checked against the Interpol Database of stolen works of art and is accompanied by AIAD certificate number no. 10451-168762. The rose ryal is also sometimes called a rose noble.

8041 James I - Gold Laurel 20 Shillings. 1623-1624 AD. Third coinage, 4th bust (with ties bracketing XX). Obv: profile bust left with XX behind and IACOBVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX legend with 'lis' mintmark. Rev: crowned arms over long cross dividing FACIA / M EOS IN / GENTEM / VNAM legend. S. 2638C; N. 2114. 8.94 grams. Good extremely fine, almost as struck, full flan; small scratch to jaw. Rare thus. £3,000 - 4,000 Found Romney Marsh area, Kent, UK, 2019; this lot has been checked against the Interpol Database of stolen works of art and is accompanied by AIAD certificate number no. 10571-169134.

8038 Henry V - Frowning Bust Groat. 1412-1413 AD. Light coinage, class Ca. Obv: facing bust with mullet on right shoulder and HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGLIE Z FRANC legend. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint. S. 1765; N. 1387a. 3.69 grams. Near very fine; slightly weak on face. £150 - 200

8042 z William III - 1698 - Halfcrown. Dated 1698 AD. Obv: profile bust with GVLIELMVS III DEI GRA legend. Rev: cruciform arms with MAG BR FRA ET HIB REX legend and date. Edge: with raised DECVS ET TVTAMEN ANNO REGNI DECIMO inscription. S. 3494; ESC 6th 1034. 39.01 grams total. Encapsulated and graded 55 by CGS UK. £400 - 600

Found Romney Marsh area, Kent, UK, 2019.

Property of a Kent, UK, collector; acquired on the UK coin market.

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8043 George II - 1739 - DVODECIMO - Crown. Dated 1739 AD. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS II DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: cruciform arms and roses with M BF ET H REX F D B ET L D S R I A T ET E legend and date. Edge: raised DECVS ET TVTAMEN ANNO REGNI DVODECIMO inscription. S. 3687. 29.8 grams. Good very fine; reverse better. £800 - 1,000

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8048 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.00 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market.

8044 George II - 1745 - D NONO - Halfcrown. Dated 1745 AD. Old bust. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIUS II DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: cruciform arms with roses in angles and M B F ET H REX F D B ET L D S R I A T ET E legend and date. Edge: with raised DECVS ET TVTAMEN ANNO REGNI DECIMO NONO inscription. S. 3694; ESC 6th 1685. 14.95 grams. Near extremely fine; traces of lustre. £450 - 650

8049 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A?E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.04 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market.

8045 z George III - 1797 - Cartwheel Twopence. Dated 1797 AD. Early coinages, Soho mint. Obv: profile bust with incuse GEORGIUS III D G REX legend. Rev: seated Britannia with incuse BRITANNIA legend and date. S. 3776. 57.94 grams. Very fine; edge knocks. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a Cambridgeshire, UK, gentleman; acquired before 2000.

8046 z Isle of Man - George III - 1798 - Plated Halfpenny. Dated 1798 AD. Obv: laureate and draped profile bust right, with incuse GEORGIUS III . D : G . REX . legend and date. Rev: triskelion with incuse STABIT QVOCVNQVE IECERIS legend. S. 7416. 10.86 grams. Good fine. £100 - 140

8050 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.15 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

Property of a Kent collector; acquired at a UK auction before 2018.

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8047 Victoria - 1851 - Gold Shield Back Sovereign. Dated 1851 AD. Second head. Obv: profile bust with raised W.W. on truncation and date below VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned arms within wreath with emblems below and BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. S. 3852C; Marsh 34. 7.94 grams. Very fine. £300 - 400

8051 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.11 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700

Found Romney Marsh area, Kent, UK, 2019.

Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

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8052 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.18 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700

8056 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.17 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700

Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8053 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.18 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700

8057 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.09 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700

Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8058 z Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 455-449 BC. Obv: profile bust of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right, head facing; A#E to right, olive twig and crescent to upper left; within incuse square. Sear 2521. 17.08 grams. Almost extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a North London gentleman.

8054 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.17 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8059 Boeotia - Thebes - Shield Stater. 395-338 BC. Magistrate Daim. Obv: Boeotian shield. Rev: DA-IM to left and right of amphora, all within incuse concave circle. Fourrée of BMC 126; Hepworth 18; Myron Hoard 13; SNG Cop. 323; BCD Boiotia 523. 12.2 grams. Very fine. £350 - 450 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in the private collection of an English lady previously living in Oxford; acquired on the UK art market from the mid 1980s.

8055 Attica - Athens - Owl Tetradrachm. 450-405 BC. Obv: helmetted head of Athena right. Rev: owl standing right; olive branch and crescent behind, A#E before, within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. 17.07 grams. Extremely fine. £500 - 700

8060 z Cappadocia - Archelaus - Herakles Club Drachm. 6-7 AD. Caesarea mint, year 42. Obv: diademed head of Archelaus right. Rev: BA"I'E" ACE'AOY I'O$ATI(O" TOY KTI"TOY legend with Herakles' club dividing M - B in fields. RPC I, 3606; BMC4; Simonetta 5. 3.61 grams. Good fine; reverse better. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Property of a Middlesex gentleman; previously from Germany.

Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

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8061 Macedonia - Alexander III (the Great) - Zeus Tetradrachm. 336-323 BC. Uranopolis mint. Obv: head of Herakles right, wearing lionskin headdress. Rev: ALEXANDROY legend with Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre; X over star on cone in left field, wreath beneath throne. Price 511; Armenak hoard 91; SNG Cop 707. 17.18 grams. Near extremely fine. £400 - 600 Previously in the collection of a respected gentleman, his collection assembled 1965-2018; acquired Spink, London (with ticket).

8062 z Macedonia - Alexander III (the Great) - Zeus Tetradrachm. 336-323 BC. Obv: head of Herakles wearing lionskin. Rev: Zeus seated left holding eagle; uncertain monogram and symbol before. 16.47 grams. Good fine. £60 - 80 Property of a North London gentleman.

8063 z Macedonia - Alexander III (the Great) - Zeus Tetradrachm. 336-323 BC. Lifetime issue, Amphipolis mint, struck under Antipater. Obv: head of Herakles right, wearing lionskin headdress. Rev: ALEXANDROY legend with Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre; rooster standing left in left field. Price 79; Mueller 392; Demanhur hoard 792-894; SNG Cop 677. 16.77 grams. Good very fine. £400 - 600 Ex Spink, London, UK (with packet).

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8066 Macedonia - Philip I Philadelphus - Attic Weight Tetradrachm. 95-94 BC or 76-75 BC. Antioch ad Orontem mint. Obv: diademed head of Philip right. Rev: BASILEWS FILIPPOU EPIFANOUS FILADELFOU legend to right and left of Zeus seated left, holding Nike and sceptre; XAT monogram in lower left field, DI monogram between two laurel branches in exergue. Hoover 1319; BMC 6 variant (different monogram in exergue); Newell p. 123, note; see wildwinds.com. 15.98 grams. Very fine. £120 - 170 8067 z Macedonia - Philip I Philadelphus - Attic Weight Tetradrachm. 95-94 BC or 76-75 BC. Antioch ad Orontem mint. Obv: diademed head of Philip right. Rev: BASILEWS FILIPPOU EPIFANOUS FILADELFOU legend to right and left of Zeus seated left, holding Nike and sceptre; XAT monogram in lower left field, DI monogram between two laurel branches in exergue. Hoover 1319; BMC 6 variant (different monogram in exergue); Newell p. 123, note; see wildwinds.com. 15.91 grams. Very fine. £120 - 170 8068 z Macedonia - Philip I Philadelphus - Attic Weight Tetradrachm. 95-94 BC or 76-75 BC. Antioch ad Orontem mint. Obv: diademed head of Philip right. Rev: BASILEWS FILIPPOU EPIFANOUS FILADELFOU legend to right and left of Zeus seated left, holding Nike and sceptre; XAT monogram in lower left field, DI monogram between two laurel branches in exergue. Hoover 1319; BMC 6 variant (different monogram in exergue); Newell p. 123, note; see wildwinds.com. 15.68 grams. Very fine. £120 - 170 8069 z Pampylia - Aspendos - Triskele AR Stater. 465-430 BC. Obv: naked warrior walking right holding sword and shield. Rev: triskele in incuse square. Cf. SNG France 3/12; Aulock 4483. 10.81 grams. Very fine; banker cut to reverse. [No Reserve] £50 - 70

8064 Macedonia - Philip III - Zeus Tetradrachm. 323-317 BC. Marathus mint. Obv: head of Herakles right, wearing lionskin headdress. Rev: FILIPPOY BASILEWS to right and beneath Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre; SA monogram in left field, ARL monogram beneath throne. Price P164; Mueller P115. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). 17.23 grams. Near extremely fine. £200 - 300

8070 z Pamphylia - Aspendos - Wrestlers Stater. 330-250 BC. Obv: two naked athletes, wrestling, grasping each other by the arms; KI between them. Rev: ESTFEDIIY legend with slinger advancing right; triskeles rotating left in right field, all within dotted square. BMC 45; SNG von Aulock 4554-4557; SNG France 54; Sear 5396. 10.64 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £80 - 100 8071 z Pamphylia - Aspendos - Wrestlers Stater. 330-250 BC. Obv: two naked athletes, wrestling, grasping each other by the arms; KI between them. Rev: ESTFEDIIY legend with slinger advancing right; triskeles rotating left in right field, all within dotted square. BMC 45; SNG von Aulock 4554-4557; SNG France 54; Sear 5396. 10.68 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £80 - 100

Previously in the collection of a respected gentleman, his collection assembled 1965-2018.

8065 Macedonia - Lysimachus - Athena Tetradrachm. 305281 BC. Uncertain mint. Obv: head of the deified Alexander right, with horn of Ammon. Rev: BASILEWS LYSIMAXOY legend with Athena seated left, holding Nike and spear, shield at her side; LTR monogram in left field, )E monogram below. Mueller Lysimachus 316. 16.25 grams. Near extremely fine. £150 - 200

8072 Syracuse - Heiron II - Horseman Hemilitron. 275-215 BC. Obv: diademed head of Hieron left, pileus(?) behind. Rev: IERWNOS beneath helmetted and cuirassed horseman, wearing chlamys and holding couched lance horse galloping right; archaic Greek Z beneath hooves. SNG ANS 919; Hoover HGC 1548; BMC 584 var (no symbol on obverse). 12.79 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Property of a Middlesex gentleman; formerly with In Asta, San Marino.

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8078 z Volcae Tectosages - AR Unit. 5th-1st century BC. Obv: bust with curly hair. Rev: 'cross' with axe, circles and other motifs in quarters. Cf. De la Tour plates IX-X (for similar). 2.2 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 8079 z C Vibius C f Pansa - Minerva Denarius. 90 BC. Rome mint. Obv: PANSA behind head of Apollo; small letter below chin (off flan). Rev: Minerva in quadriga left; C VIBIVS C F in exergue. Craw. 342; Syd. 684; RSC Vibia 2; Sear 242. 3.42 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Property of an Essex gentleman.

8073 Syracuse - Agathokles - King of Bactria - Pantaleon Tetradrachm. 185-170 BC. Commemorative issue struck in the name of Pantaleon. Obv: PANTALEONTOS SWTHROS legend with diademed and draped bust of Pantaleon right. Rev: BASILEYONTOS AGAQOKLEOYS DIKAIOY to right, left and beneath Zeus seated left, holding sceptre and statuette of Hekate; RK monogram beneath chair. Bopearachchi Series 18A, 8K; Glenn C129; Bank Leu Auction 15, lot 359, 1976 and C194 (Spink, Coinex Sale, lot 138, 2003), 138; SNG ANS -; Mitchener. -; BMC -. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). 15.51 grams. Good very fine. Extremely rare, possibly only the fourth known. £400 - 600

8080 z Pseudo Ebusus - Pompeii - AE16. 1st century BC. Campania, Pompeii(?); 'Pseudo Ebusus' issue(?) Obv: Bes represented in schematic style, left arm raised, T to right. Rev: as obverse. Cf. Stannard, C. and Frey-Kupper, S., Pseudomints and small change in Italy and Sicily in the Late Republic, American Journal of Numismatics, vol. 20, 2008, pp. 351-404, pl. 84, 30. 1.63 grams. About fine. Rare. [No Reserve] £150 - 200 Ex Amilcare collection. Belonging to a series of imitative coins circulating in Italy and Sicily during the Late Republic. Rome ceased to strike small bronzes in 82 BC (with one exception), so coins such as the example on offer here were likely struck at a 'pseudomint' to meet the growing demand for small coins at a time when there was a supply deficit.

Previously in the collection of a respected gentleman, his collection assembled 1965-2018.

8074 z Ptolemy VI(?) - Eagle AR Tetradrachm. 2nd century BC. Obv: diademed bust right. Rev: eagle standing left with legends around; monograms in fields. Cf. Sear 7889. 13.83 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property a London gentleman; acquired Heritage auctions.

8081 Augustus - IMP X - Butting Bull Denarius. 15-13 BC. Lugdunum mint. Obv: AVGVSTVS DIVI F legend with bare head right. Rev: IMP X legend in exergue beneath bull butting right. RIC 167a; RSC 137; BMC 451; Sear 1610. 3.50 grams. Good fine. [No Reserve] £70 - 90 Property of a Hertfordshire gentleman.

8075 Azes II - Indo-Scythian Tetradrachm. 58-12 BC. Obv: BASILEWS BASILEWN MEGALOY AZOY legend, with King on horseback riding right, holding whip over shoulder and bow in raised right hand; Kharosthi ka in right field. Rev: Kharosthi legend around Athena standing right, holding spear and shield; Whitehead symbol 24 in left field; symbol 11 in right field. Senior 98.111; Hoover HGC 653; BMC 105-107 (variety; different letter on obverse); Whitehead 159-164 var (ditto); Cunningham Sakas type 12. 8.52 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a Kent collector; acquired at a UK auction before 2018.

8076 z Azes or Aziles - AE Unit. A bronze unit probably of Azes or Aziles. 1.60 grams. 13mm Fine. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

8082 z Tyre Phoenicia Shekel. 17-18 AD. Phoenicia, Tyre, dated local year 143. Obv: laureate bust of Melqart right, with lionskin knotted around neck. Rev: TYPOY IEPA["] - KAI A"Y'O[Y] legend with eagle standing left on prow with closed wings, palm branch behind shoulder; Phoenician letter between eagle's legs; PM& and club in left field; KP and ( monogram in right. Cohen Shekels of Tyre, 334; Rouvier 2101; RPC I 4656; Prieur 1416. 13.96 grams. Good fine. £200 - 300 Property of a North London gentleman. This coin, for use in the main temple of Jerusalem for taxes, was struck when Christ was a young man of 20 or 22. Marked KP on reverse and hence struck at Jerusalem for temple tax rather than Tyre.

8083 z Tiberius Commagene - Countermarked Legion X AE Dupondius. 19-21 AD. Obv: [TI CAESAR DIVI AVGVSTI F AVGVSTVS] legend with laureate head right and countermark of legion X. Rev: [PONT MAXIM COS III IMP VII TR POT XXI] legend with crossed cornucopiae with winged caduceus behind. Ric 89; RPC 3868; Hendin 1615. 12.05 grams. Fine. £200 - 300 Property of a North London gentleman. The 10th Legion was active in the first and second Jewish revolts; this coin, which originates from Commagene, was likely countermarked by th e10th Legion in Judea during these revolts.

8077 Volcae Tectosages - AR Unit. 5th-1st century BC. Obv: bust with curly hair(?) Rev: 'cross' with axe in one quarter, pellets-in-circles in two quarters and a 'crescent' with curled pellet ends in another. Cf. De La Tour plates IX-X for similar. 2.2 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a Middlesex gentleman; formerly from TJR collection, Oxford, UK.

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8084 z Vitellius - Libertas Denarius. May-July 69 AD. Rome mint. Obv: A VITELLIVS GERM IMP AVG TR P legend with laureate head right. Rev: LIBERTAS RESTITVTA legend with Libertas, draped, standing facing, head right, holding pileus and sceptre. RIC 81; BMC 13; RSC 48; Sear 2198. 2.97 grams. Good fine. Rare. [No Reserve] £80 - 100

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8085 Domitian - Minerva Denarius. 90 AD. Rome mint. Obv: IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM PM TR P VIIII legend with laureate head right. Rev: IMP XXI COS XV CENS P P P legend with Minerva advancing right, holding javelin and shield. RIC 147; RSC 261; BMC 164; Sear 2734. 3.19 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80

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8091 Faustina II - Fecunditas Denarius. 161-175 AD. Wife of Marcus Aurelius, Rome mint. Obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA legend with draped bust right. Rev: FECVNDITAS legend with Fecunditas standing right resting on sceptre, holding child. RIC 677; BMC 91; RSC 99; Sear 5252. 3.23 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80

Property of an Essex gentleman. Property of an Essex gentleman.

8086 z Hadrian - Emperor Addressing Soldiers Sestertius. 134-138 AD. Rome mint. Obv: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P legend with laureate and draped bust right. Rev: EXERCITVS DACICVS SC legend around and beneath Hadrian on horseback right, haranguing three soldiers with standards. RIC 915-919A (obverse variant). 24.41 grams. Fair. [No Reserve] £80 - 100

8092 z Faustina II - Fecunditas with Child Sestertius. 161175 AD. Wife of Marcus Aurelius, Rome mint. Obv: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA legend with pearl-diademed and draped bust right. Rev: FECVNDITAS legend with Fecunditas standing front, head right, holding sceptre and child; S-C across field. RCV 5274, Cohen 100. 28.22 grams. Extremely fine. £250 - 350

Ex Garriock collection; previously with Woolley and Wallis. Property of a Surrey collector; acquired 1990s.

8087 z Antoninus Pius - She-Wolf and Twins Sestertius. 140 AD. Rome mint. Obv: [ANTO]NINVS AVG [PIVS PP] legend with laureate bust right. Rev: TR POT COS [III] legend with she-wolf standing right, suckling twins; SC in exergue. RIC 648; Cohen 917; BMC 1318; Sear 4241. 21.55 grams. Fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a European collector; acquired on the European market. Antoninus came from a distinguished consular family and followed a successful public career, holding his first consulship in 120 AD at the age of 34. With the death of Hadrian's heir, Aelius Caesar, on New Year's Day 138 AD, Antoninus was adopted as the new successor.

8088 Antonius Pius (under Marcus Aurelius) - Column Sestertius. After 161 AD. Rome mint. Obv: DIVVS ANTONINVS legend with bare head right. Rev: DIVO PIO legend with column surmounted by statue of emperor, base enclosed with trellis fencing; S - C across fields. RIC 1269; C. 354; Sear - (but see 5203 for as of this reverse type). 29.46 grams. Good very fine. £250 - 350 Property of a West Essex gentleman; formerly in a 1980s private collection.

8089 z Antoninus Pius - Dikaiosyne Tetradrachm. 153-154 AD. Alexandria mint. Obv: ANTNINOC. [ ] AYTK TAIIAP. legend with bare-headed bust left. Rev: LTPI TOY legend with Dikaiosyne seated left, holding cornucopia and scales. 13.26 grams. Very fine. £50 - 70 From the property of a London gentleman; formerly in a UK collection, acquired in the 1990s. Dikaiosyne is the Greek personification of justice.

8090 z Faustina I - Ceres AR Denarius. After 147 AD. Deceased wife of Antoninus Pius, Rome mint. Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA legend with draped bust right. Rev: AVGVSTA legend with Ceres standing left holding corn-ears and sceptre. Sear 4581 (reverse variant). 3.61 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70

8093 z Septimius Severus - Emperor Riding AR Denarius. 196 AD. Rome mint. Obv: L SEPT SEV PERT AVG IMP VIII legend with laureate bust right. Rev: ADVENTI AVG FELICISSIMO legend with emperor riding right, right hand raised. RIC 74; BMC 46; RSC 6; Sear 6256. 2.95 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a West Essex gentleman; formerly in a 1980s private collection.

8094 Septimius Severus - Africa AR Denarius. 207 AD. Rome mint. Obv: SEVERVS PIVS AVG legend with laureate bust right. Rev: AFRICA legend with Africa standing right holding scorpion, lion at feet before. RIC 253; BMC 214; RSC 25; Sear 6260. 3.08 grams. Good very fine. Scarce type. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a West Essex gentleman; formerly in a 1980s private collection.

8095 z Septimius Severus - Vesta Denarius. 193-195 AD. Alexandria mint. Obv: IMP CAE L SEP SEV PERT AVG legend with laureate bust right. Rev: PIETAS legend with Vesta seated left holding Palladium. RIC IV(i), 350F (pl.7, 21, BM); Sear -. 2.89 grams. Very fine. Very rare. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Property of an Essex gentleman.

8096 z Septimius Severus - Victory in Biga AR Denarius. 207 AD. Rome mint. Obv: SEVERVS PIVS AVG legend with laureate bust right. Rev: VICTORIAE legend with Victory in galloping biga right holding whip in right hand; AVGG in exergue. RIC 299; BMC 223; RSC 713; Sear 6379. 3.42 grams. Very fine; striking split to flan. £100 - 140 Property of a West Essex gentleman; formerly in a 1980s private collection.

Property of an Essex gentleman.

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8100 z Geta - Minerva AR Denarius. 207 AD. Rome mint. Obv: P SEPTIMIVS GETA CAES legend with bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PONTIF COS legend with Minerva standing left, holding spear and resting on shield. RIC 34; RSC 104; Sear 7186. 3.09 grams. Extremely fine. £50 - 70 8101 z Geta - Emperor and Trophy AR Denarius. 200 AD. Rome mint. Obv: P SEPT GETA CAES PONT legend with bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PRINC IVV[ENTVTI]S legend with Geta standing left, presented as prince of youth in military attire, holding baton in right hand, spear in left, trophy behind. RIC 18; RSC 157b; Sear 7196. 3.25 grams. About extremely fine with softer reverse. £50 - 70 8097 Julia Domna - Felicitas Sestertius. 213 AD. Wife of Septimius Severus, issued under Caracalla, Rome mint. Obv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG legend with diademed and draped bust right. Rev: SAECVLI FELICITAS legend with Felicitas standing left, sacrificing over altar and holding long caduceus; S-C across fields. RIC 590; Sear 7119. 26.71 grams. Near extremely fine. £300 - 400 Property of a Surrey collector; ex Roma. Daughter of the high priest of the Emesan sun god Elah-Gabal. She possessed a royal horoscope-the name 'Domna' means 'wife of a king'- which combined with her intellect and beauty, attracted much attention. She had two sons with Septimius Severus, who went on to become the emperors Caracalla and Geta. Julia Domna was awarded the title Mater Castrorum, 'mother of the camps', for her willingness to share in the hardships of military life which she experienced when travelling on campaign with her husband, and later travelled to York and London when Caracalla and Geta went on military campaign in Britain. She later gathered a coterie of men of learning and culture around her, adding to the prestige of the Imperial court in Rome. Her coinage was issued under Septimius and later under her sons and posthumously under Elagabalus.

8098 z Caracalla - Jupiter AR Denarius. 215 AD. Rome mint. Obv: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM with laureate head right. Rev: PM TRP XVIII COS IIII P P legend with Jupiter standing right, naked, holding thunderbolt and sceptre. RIC 258c; RSC 279b; Sear 6836. 2.95 grams. Extremely fine. £50 - 70 From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman. Caracalla's most notable act was to grant citizenship to almost all free inhabitants of the Empire under the terms of the Constitutio Antoniniana. The emperor also oversaw important numismatic innovations. After the death of his father, Septimius Severus, Caracalla returned to Rome with his brother Geta, where they both resided at their imperial palace. However, the brothers had a history of mutual loathing and Caracalla used this opportunity to rid himself of Geta, who he invited to a 'reconciliatory meeting' in their mother's apartments, where Geta was killed on Caracalla’s orders, taking his dying breaths in the arms of his mother, Julia Domna. Thousands of Geta’s supporters were also executed. Later, Caracalla was himself murdered by his own soldiers when ‘relieving’ himself behind a bush whilst travelling through Greece.

From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman.

8102 z Plautilla - Clasping Hands AR Denarius. 202 AD. Wife of Caracalla, Rome mint. Obv: PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA legend with draped bust right. Rev: CONCORDIA FELIX legend with Plautilla and Caracalla standing facing, clasping hands. RIC 365; RSC 12; Sear 7066. 3.87 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80 From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman. Plautilla and Caracalla had no affection for each other and it is doubtful whether their marriage was ever consummated; coin types alluding to Imperial offspring are better interpreted as statements of intent, rather than of fact.

8103 z Macrinus - Mysia - Genius Bronze. 217-218 AD. Parium mint. Obv: IMP C M OPE SEV MACRINVS legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: C G I H PA legend with Genius standing left, holding patera and cornucopia, altar at feet. SNG Paris 1501. 6.10 grams. Near extremely fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a North London gentleman.

8104 z Elagabalus - Roma AR Antoninianus. 219 AD. Rome mint. Obv: IMP CAES ANTONINVS AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PM TRP II COS II P P legend with Roma seated left, holding Victory in one hand, spear in the other, shield at side. RIC 12; RSC 139; Sear 7494 (obverse variant). 60 grams. Extremely fine. £80 - 100 From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman. Known as the boy priest-emperor, Elagabalus was young and wilful when he began his reign and his behaviour soon became fanatical. His sexual 'activities' outraged Roman society. He was murdered in 222 AD.

8105 z Elagabalus - Fortuna AR Antoninianus. 219 AD. Rome mint. Obv: IMP ANTONINVS AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust seen from behind. Rev: PM TR P II COS II P P legend with Fortuna enthroned left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia, wheel beneath seat. RIC 18; RSC 148; Sear 7495. 5.24 grams. Extremely fine. £50 - 70 From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman. Known as the priestemperor, Elagabalus was wilful and young and soon began to exhibit fanatical behaviour. His sexual 'antics' outraged Roman society. He was murdered in 222 AD.

8099 Caracalla - Hercules AR Denarius. 212 AD. Rome mint. Obv: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG BRIT legend with laureate bust right. Rev: PM TR P XV COS III P P legend with Hercules standing left, holding branch, club and lion-skin. RIC 192; RSC 196; Sear 1929. 3.37 grams. Extremely fine. Rare. £60 - 80 From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman. Caracalla's most notable act was to grant citizenship to almost all free inhabitants of the Empire under the terms of the Constitutio Antoniniana. The emperor also oversaw important numismatic innovations. After the death of his father, Septimius Severus, Caracalla returned to Rome with his brother Geta, where they both resided at their imperial palace. However, the brothers had a history of mutual loathing and Caracalla used this opportunity to rid himself of Geta, who he invited to a 'reconciliatory meeting' in their mother's apartments, where Geta was killed on Caracalla’s orders, taking his dying breaths in the arms of his mother, Julia Domna. Thousands of Geta’s supporters were also executed. Later, Caracalla was himself murdered by his own soldiers when ‘relieving’ himself behind a bush whilst travelling through Greece.

8106 Julia Paula - Mysia - Capricorn Bronze. 219-220 AD. Wife of Elagabalus, Parium mint. Obv: IVLIA PAVLA AVG legend with draped bust right. Rev: C G I H P below Capricorn flying right, globe between feet, cornucopia on shoulder. Lindgren I 279; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. 6.23 grams. Very fine. Scarce. [No Reserve] £80 - 100 Property of a North London gentleman.

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8107 z Maximus - Emblems of Priestly Colleges Sestertius. 236-238 AD. Rome mint. Obv: MAXIMVS CAES GERM legend with bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PIETAS AVG legend with lituus, knife, patera, jug, simpulum and sprinkler (emblems of the priestly colleges); SC in exergue. RIC 11; Sear 8409. 16.69 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Property of a European collector; acquired European market. Maximus has a reputation for being strikingly handsome and indolent, addicted to the pleasures and luxuries of life.

8112 Otacilia Severa - Eagle Tetradrachm. 248 AD. Wife of Philip I ('The Arab'), Antioch mint. Obv: MAP TAKIA CEOYHPAN CEB legend with diademed and draped bust left, on crescent. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC Y$ATO& legend with eagle standing left on ANTIOXIA / SC in two lines, head right, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail right. Prieur 381. 12.30 grams. Near extremely fine. £60 - 80

8108 Balbinus - Clasped Hands AR Antoninianus. 22nd April29th July 238 AD. Rome mint. Obv: IMP CAES D CAEL BALBINVS AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PIETAS MVTVA AVGG legend with clasping right hands. RIC 12; RSC 17; Sear 8486. 4.43 grams. Extremely fine; rare. £400 - 600

8113 z Philip II - Antioch - Eagle Tetradrachm. 249 AD. Antioch ad Orontem mint. Obv: AYTOK K M IOYLI FILIPPOC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from the back. Rev: DHMARX EXOYCIAC YPATO D legend with eagle standing right, head right, tail left, wings spread, wreath in beak; ANTIOXIA SC in two lines below. Prieur 474; BMC 560; SNG Cop 978. 12.22 grams. Extremely fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70

Property of a Surrey collector; acquired 1990s. At the time of the revolt of the Gordiniani, Balbinus was a distinguished member of the Roman Senate. Committed to the rebellion against Maximinus, the Senate elected two new emperors from their own ranks- Balbinus and Pupienus- both of whom became undisputed rulers of the Empire following the assassination of Maximinus by his own men. These two emperors themselves became unpopular, resulting in a band of praetorian guards breaking into their palace in July 238 AD, dragging them both through the streets of Rome and eventually putting them to death. The coinage of Balbinus and Pupienus is scarce and, for the last time in the history of imperial currency, all minted in Rome. Their reign saw the reintroduction of the silver antoninianus.

8114 Philip II - Antioch - Eagle Tetradrachm. 249 AD. Antioch ad Orontem mint. Obv: AYTOK K M IOYLI FILIPPOC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from the back. Rev: DHMARX EXOYCIAC YPATO D legend with eagle standing left, head left, tail right, wings spread, wreath in beak; ANTIOXIA / SC in two lines below. Prieur 473; SNG Cop 1211. 13.52 grams. Extremely fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70

8109 Gordian III - Diana Denarius. 241-242 AD. Rome mint. Obv: IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG legend with laureate bust right. Rev: DIANA LVCIFERA legend with Diana standing right holding lighted torch in both hands. RIC 127; RSC 69; Sear 8673. 3.07 grams. Near as struck. £50 - 70 Ex Abelita family collection, 1970s-2000s. Issued in celebration of Gordian's marriage to Tranquillina.

8110 z Gordian III - Eagle Tetradrachm. 240 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYTOK KM ANT &OP(IANOC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC legend with eagle standing front on groundline, head left, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail left; SC in exergue. Prieur 282. 12.28 grams. Near extremely fine. £60 - 80 8111 z Philip I - Eagle Tetradrachm. 248 AD. Antioch ad Orontem mint. Obv: AYTOK K M IOYLI FILIPPOC CEB legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from the back. Rev: DHMARX EXOYCIAC YPATO G legend with eagle standing left, head right, tail right, wings spread wide, wreath in beak; ANTIOXIA / SC in two lines below. Prieur 377. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). 12.31 grams. Extremely fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80

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8115 z Philip II - Eagle Tetradrachm. 249 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYTOK KM IOY'I !I'I$$OC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC Y$ATO[(?] legend with eagle standing left on ANTIOXIA / SC in two lines, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail left. Prieur 466. 12.72 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80 8116 z Philip II- Eagle Tetradrachm. 249 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYTOK K M IOY'I !I'I$$OC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC Y$ATO( legend with eagle standing left on ANTIOXIA / SC in two lines, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail right. Prieur 466. 10.66 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80 8117 z Trajan Decius - Eagle Tetradrachm. 249-250 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYT K & ME KY (EKIOC TPAIANOC CEB legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind, one pellet below. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC legend with eagle standing left on palm, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail right; SC in exergue. Prieur 536. 12.51 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80 8118 z Trajan Decius - Eagle Tetradrachm. 250-251 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYT K & ME KY TPAIANOC (EKIOC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, five pellets below. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC legend with eagle standing left on palm, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail right; SC in exergue. Prieur 584. 14.39 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80

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8119 Trajan Decius - Eagle Tetradrachm. 250-251 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYTK & ME KY TPAIANOC (EKIOC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, one pellet below. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC legend with eagle standing left on palm, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail right; SC in exergue. Prieur 569. 12.26 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80

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8126 Mariniana - Peacock AR Antoninianus. 253-254 AD. Wife of Valerian I, Rome mint. Obv: DIVAE MARINIANAE legend with diademed, veiled and draped bust right on crescent. Rev: CONSECRATIO legend with peacock walking right, tail in splendour. RIC 5; RSC 11; Sear 10069. 2.99 grams. Extremely fine. Rare. £120 - 170 From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman. All the evidence concerning Mariniana is numismatic. Based on the evidence of the coins, she was the wife of Valerian and mother of Gallienus. Her coinage is wholly posthumous and her Roman denominations are scarce.

8120 z Trajan Decius - Eagle Tetradrachm. 250-251 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYT K & ME KY TPAIANOC (EKIOC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, two(?) pellets below. Rev: (HMAPX E%OVCIAC legend with eagle standing left on palm, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail right, SC in exergue. Prieur 578(?) 11.39 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80 8121 z Herennia Etruscilla - Eagle Tetradrachm. 249-251 AD. Wife of Decius, Antioch mint. Obv: EPENNIA ETPOYCKI''A CEB legend with diademed and draped bust right, on crescent, one pellet below. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC legend with eagle standing left on palm, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail right; SC in exergue. Prieur 606. 11.41 grams. About extremely fine. £60 - 80 Little is known about Herennia Etruscilla, although her name suggests she was of noble Italian ancestry. She was assigned one of the six officinae of the Rome mint. Following the death of her husband, the empress was treated with honour by her husband's successor, although because Herennia survived, Gallus' own wife, Baebiana, was unable to assume imperial rank. Etruscilla's ultimate fate is unknown.

8127 Marius - Felicitas AE Antoninianus. May-September 269 AD. Cologne mint. Obv: IMP C M AVR MARIVS P F AVG legend with radiate draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: SAEC FELICITAS legend with Felicitas standing left holding caduceus and cornucopia. RIC 10; Sear 11120. 2.45 grams. Extremely fine; as struck. Rare. £150 - 200 Property of a North London gentleman.

8122 z Trebonianus Gallus - Eagle Tetradrachm. 251-253 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYTOK K &OYIB TPEB &A''OC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, two pellets below(?) Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC Y$ATOB legend with eagle standing right on groundline, head left, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail left; B between legs; SC in exergue. Prieur 673(?). 13.92 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80 8123 z Trebonianus Gallus - Eagle Tetradrachm. 251-253 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYTOK K & OYIB TPEB &A''OC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind, three pellets below. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIA Y$ATOB legend with eagle standing right on groundline, head left, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail left; ? between legs; SC in exergue. Prieur 675. 12.58 grams. About extremely fine. £60 - 80

8128 Laelian - Victory AE Antoninianus. March-May 269 AD. Mainz or Trier mint. Obv: IMP C LAELIANVS P F AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: VICTORIA AVG legend with Victory advancing right holding wreath and palm. RIC 9; Sear 11111. 2.61 grams. About as struck; slightly weak. Very rare. £500 - 700

8124 z Trebonianus Gallus - Eagle Tetradrachm. 251-253 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYTOK K & OYIB TPEB &A''OC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind, four pellets below. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC Y$ATOB legend with eagle standing right on groundline, head left, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail left; ( between legs; SC in exergue. Prieur 677. 12.38 grams. Extremely fine. £60 - 80

8129 z Probus - Concord Militum Antoninianus. 281 AD. Ticinum mint. Obv: VIRTVS PROBI AVG legend with radiate, helmetted and cuirassed bust left holding spear and shield. Rev: CONCORD MILIT legend with Concordia standing left holding two standards; E in left field, mintmark PXXI in exergue. Ric 482 variant (obverse legend); Sear 11965 variant (obverse type and legend). 3.58 grams. Near as struck. Rare, £50 - 70

8125 z Trebonianus Gallus - Eagle Tetradrachm. 251-253 AD. Antioch mint. Obv: AYTOK K & OYIB TPEB &A''OC CEB legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind, three pellets below. Rev: (HMAPX E%OYCIAC Y$ATOB legend with eagle standing right on groundline, head left, wreath in beak, wings spread, tail left; & between legs; SC in exergue. Prieur 675. 12.34 grams. About extremely fine. £60 - 80

Property of a North London gentleman.

Property of a North London gentleman.

8130 z Probus - Hercules AE Antoninianus. 278 AD. Ticinum mint. Obv: IMP C PROBVS P F AVG legend with radiate and cuirassed bust right. Rev: HERCVLI PACIF legend with Hercules standing left holding up branch in right hand and holding club and lion-skin in left; mintmark S XX T in exergue. RIC 375; Sear 11984. 3.72 grams. Extremely fine, about as struck. £50 - 70 Property of a North London gentleman.

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8138 z Maximian - Hercules Billon Antoninianus. 289 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: IMP C MAXIMIANVS P AVG legend with helmetted, radiate and cuirassed bust right. Rev: VIRTVTI AVGG legend with Hercules standing right with club at feet, strangling the Nemean lion. RIC V(ii), p.272, 454; Sear 13197. 4.02 grams. Near as struck. £50 - 70 Property of a North London gentleman.

8131 Probus - Sol in Facing Quadriga AE Antoninianus. 277 AD. Serdica mint. Obv: IMP C PROBVS AVG legend with radiate and robed bust left holding eagle-tipped sceptre. Rev: SOLI INVICTO legend with Sol in facing quadriga, right hand raised holding globe and whip in left; mintmark KAB below. RIC 861; Sear 12040. 4.06 grams. As struck. £50 - 70 Property of a North London gentleman.

8132 z Carus Divo - Eagle Silvered Antoninianus. 282-283 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: DIVO CARO PIO legend with radiate head right. Rev: CONSECRATIO legend with eagle standing left, head right; II in exergue. RIC V(ii), 29; Sear-. 4.63 grams. Good very fine. £70 - 90 Property of a North London gentleman.

8139 Carausius with Diocletian - London - Pax Antoninianus. 287-293 AD. London mint. Obv: IMP C DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PAX AVGGG legend with Pax standing left holding cornucopia and baton; S-P across fields; M L XXI in exergue. RIC V(ii), p.476, 141; Askew 176; Sear 13665. 4.82 grams. Extremely fine. £120 - 170 Property of a North London gentleman. Issued by the British usurper Carausius.

8133 Carinus - Victory Silvered Antoninianus. 284 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: IMP CARINVS P F AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: VICTORIA AVGG legend with Victory standing left, holding wreath and palm; A in left field. RIC 220; Sear 12358. 3.92 grams. Extremely fine. £70 - 90 Property of a North London gentleman.

8134 z Diocletian - Jupiter Silvered Antoninianus. 290-291 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: IMP DIOCLETIANVS AVG legend with helmetted, radiate and cuirassed bust right. Rev: IOVI AVGG legend with Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and sceptre, eagle at feet; A in exergue. RIC V(ii), 28; Sear 12656. 4.07 grams. Near extremely fine. £50 - 70 Property of a North London gentleman.

8135 z Diocletian - Jupiter Silvered AE Antoninianus. 285286 AD. Rome mint. Obv: IMP DIOCLETIANVS AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: IOVI CONSERVAT AVG legend with Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre; XXTB in exergue. RIC v(ii), 161; Sear 12665. 3.97 grams. Near extremely fine. £50 - 70 8136 z Diocletian - Mars Silvered AE Antoninianus. 285-286 AD. Rome mint. Obv: IMP DIOCLETIANVS AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: MARTI PACIF legend with Mars standing left, holding olive branch and resting on shield, spear behind; XXIE in exergue; attractive silvering highlighting intricate details on the bust. RIC vii, 173; Sear 12681. 3.43 grams. Extremely fine. £50 - 70 8137 z Diocletian - Jupiter Silvered Antoninianus. 290-292 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: IMP DIOCLETIANVS AVG legend with radiate bust left, wearing consular robes and holding globe. Rev: IOVI AVGG legend with Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and spear, eagle at feet; A in exergue. RIC 28; Sear-. 3.40 grams. Near as struck. £50 - 70

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8140 Carausius with Maximianus - London - Pax Antoninianus. 292-293 AD. London mint. Obv: IMP C MAXIMIANVS P F AVG legend with radiate and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PAX AVGGG legend with Pax standing left, holding branch and sceptre; S-P across fields; M L XXI in exergue. RIC V(ii), 34; Sear 13158. 4.76 grams. Near extremely fine. £120 - 170 Property of a North London gentleman.

8141 z Allectus - London - Galley Quinarius. 294-296 AD. London mint. Obv: IMP C ALLECTVS P F AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: VIRTVS AVG legend with galley left with mast and rigging, five oars and tiller; QL below. RIC 55; Askew 504, 506; Sear 13870; S. 691. 2.66 grams. Near very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Found in Cambridgeshire, UK.

8142 z Maximianus - Pax Silvered Antoninianus. 290-294 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: IMP MAXIMIANVS AVG legend with radiate bust left, wearing Imperial mantle and holding eagle-tipped sceptre. Rev: PAX AVGG legend with Pax standing left, holding Victory on globe and sceptre; B in exergue. RIC V, 399; Sear-. 3.99 grams. Extremely fine. £50 - 70 Property of a North London gentleman.

8143 z Maximinus II - Genius Silvered AE Follis. 308 AD. Cyzicus mint. Obv: GAL VAL MAXIMINVS NOB CAES legend with laureate bust right. Rev: GENIO CAESARIS legend with Genius standing left, pouring libation from patera and holding cornucopia; MK& in exergue. RIC vi, 34. 5.28 grams. Extremely fine with softer reverse. £50 - 70 From the private collection of a retired Suffolk gentleman.

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8144 z Constantine I (the Great) - London - Sol AE Follis. 313-314 AD. London mint. Obv: CONSTANTINVS AVG legend with helmetted and cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield. Rev: SOLI INVICTO COMITI legend with Sol standing left, right hand raised holding globe in left; S - F across fields, mintmark PLN in exergue. RIC VIII, 18; C&T p.212, 8.02.025; Sear - (but see 16050 for same field marks and mint). 2.86 grams, Extremely fine. Scarce. ÂŁ50 - 70 Property of a North London gentleman.

8148 Michael VII Ducas - Gold Histamenon Trachy. 1071-1078 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: bust of Christ facing, wearing nimbate cross, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, and holding book of Gospels in left hand, IX-XC in fields. Rev: +MIX AHA RACI'[ ] legend with bearded and crowned facing bust of Michael VII, wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe. Sear 1868; BMC 2-10. 4.34 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] ÂŁ150 - 200 8145 Constans II - Gold Solidus. 646-647 AD. Mint of Constantinople, regnal year 6. Obv: d N CONSTAN-TINS PP AV legend with bust of Constans II facing, lightly bearded indicated by series of small dots, wearing crown featuring cross on circlet, chlamys pinned at proper right shoulder and holding globus cruciger in proper right hand. Rev: VICTORIA AVS legend with cross potent set on three steps, CONOB below;  in right field. S. 942; DO. 5; BMC 1113. 4.48 grams. Extremely fine, ex mount. [No Reserve] ÂŁ180 - 240

Ex central London gallery; acquired on the UK art market.

8149 z Anglo-Gallic - Poitou - Richard I of England - AR Denier. 1189-1199 AD. Obv: cross with +RICARDVS REX legend. Rev: PIC / TAYIE / NSIS in three lines. Roberts 86-87. 1.07 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] ÂŁ60 - 80 Property of a Middlesex gentleman; previously in a French collection.

Ex 1960s UK collection; originally from a 19th century Italian collection.

8146 Constans II with Constantine IV - Gold Solidus. 654-668 AD. Mint of Constantinople. Obv: d N CONStANtINUS C CONStANS (or similar) with facing busts of Constans II wearing long beard on left, Constantine IV without beard on right, both wearing crown and chalmys, cross in field between. Rev: VICTORIA AVG ( legend with cross potent atop three steps, CONOB below. S. 959; DO. 25; BMC 38-43. 4.32 grams. Very fine; ex mount, flan rounded. [No Reserve] ÂŁ150 - 200 Ex 1960s UK collection; originally from a 19th century Italian collection;

8150 Australia - Mule W J Taylor Token Penny. 19th century AD. Obv: ONE PENNY in centre with ADVANCE AUSTRALIA above. Rev: emu and kangaroo on grass over field. KM# - (but see KM# Tn69.1-36.3, 131 for reverse type; different obverse). 15.18 grams. Good fine. Very rare. ÂŁ200 - 300 Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market.

8151 z Bermuda - 1992 - RM Silver Proof $5. Dated 1992 AD. Royal mint. Obv: profile bust with BERMUDA ELIZABETH II legend. Rev: five olympic sports in rings over BERMUDA with ALBERTVILLE 1992 BARCELONA 5 DOLLARS legend; in capsule and case of issue, with certificate KM# 79. 183 grams (311 grams total including case). Uncirculated. [No Reserve] ÂŁ70 - 90 Property of a Hertfordshire, UK gentleman.

8147 Constantine V with Leo IV - Cross on Steps Miliaresion. 751-775 AD. Constantinople mint; possibly struck on a dirham. Obv: IHSUS XRIS-TUS [NICA] legend with cross potent set on three steps; traces of an undertype, especially to lower right of cross within legend. Rev: CON / STANTI / NESL.EON / ECOEBA / SILIS• in five lines; traces of an undertype. Sear 1554. 1.54 grams. Very fine. Rare as an over-strike. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a Middlesex gentleman; formerly from TJR collection, Oxford, UK. Obverse variant for coins of these rulers.

8152 Curacao - 1816-1821 - Countermarked Cut 3 Real. 1816-1821 AD. Formed from 1/5 deckle-edged cut of 8 reales of Ferdinand VII. Obv: lower part of original obverse with 1818 date below bust. Rev: lower part of original reverse with partial [ ]ET IND[ ] legend; countermarked with long 3 in circle. KM# 28.1. 5.14 grams. Coin fine; countermark near extremely fine. Rare; especially with date for host coin showing. ÂŁ150 - 200 Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market.

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8153 Crusader Issues - Baldwin III to Guy de Lusignan Imitative al Mansur Gold Bezant (Dinar). 1148-1187 AD. Crusaders in Jerusalem, anonymous, imitating a dinar of Fatimid Caliph al-Amir, Acre mint(?). Obv: barbarous Kufic legends. Rev: barbarous Kufic legends. CCS 3; see Lavoix, H.M., Légendes Arabes Frappées en Syrie par les Croisés, Paris 1877, p. 34, number 1 for the type (same dies?); see Metcalf, D. M., Coinage of the Crusades and the Latin East, RNS Special Publication No 28, second edition, pp.43-51 for discussion and plates 8-9. 3.80 grams. About extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in the private collection of an English lady previously living in Oxford; acquired on the UK art market from the mid 1980s.

8154 z Falkland Islands - 1985 - RM Proof Silver £25. Dated 1985 AD. Royal mint. Obv: profile bust with QUEEN ELIZABETH II FALKLAND ISLANDS 25 POUNDS legend. Rev: ship with 100 YEARS / OF SELF SUFFICIENCY in two lines above; SS GREAT BRITAIN over dates in exergue; in capsule and case of issue, with certificate. KM# 20. 153 grams. Proof. [No Reserve] £70 - 90 Property of a Hertfordshire, UK gentleman.

8155 z France - Bishops of Maguelonne - Medieval Denier. 12th-13th century AD. Uncertain Count or Bishop. Obv: cross with crossbars composed of episcopal mitres; pellet in first quarter; degraded legend. Rev: four annulets around central pellet; degraded legend. 0.91 grams. Good fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of a Hertfordshire gentleman.

8156 z France - Normandy - Duke William - AR Denier. 11th century AD. Obv: [ ]N[ ] legend with central cross with pellets in quarters. Rev: stylised lozengiform temple facade. Roberts 48334835. 0.75 grams. Good; very rare. [No Reserve] £80 - 100

TimeLine Auctions

Ex 1960s UK collection; originally from a 19th century Italian collection. The generic term Suevi is applied to a group of West Germanic peoples of whom the most important were the Alamanni, who settled in south-western Germany in what is now called Schwaben (Swabia). In 406 AD much of the tribe joined the Vandals, Quadi and Alans in breaching the Roman frontier at Mainz and launching an invasion of Gaul. In their company the Suevi crossed the Pyrenees in 409 AD and settled in the western half of the Roman province of Gallæcia (modern-day Galicia in Spain and northern Portugal) where, swearing loyalty to the Emperor Honorius, they obtained the status of foederati in about 410/11 AD. By the 430s their king Hermeric had established a virtually independent state around the Roman capital of Gallæcia, Bracara Augusta (modern Braga). The indigenous Hispano-Roman population did not take kindly to the new settlers and it was not until the mid-5th century that the situation became more peaceful. Hermeric abdicated in favour of his son Rechila in 438 AD, and on the death of Rechila in 448 AD his bellicose and ambitious son Rechiar, newly converted to Catholicism, inherited the crown. Rechiar died in 455 AD after being defeated by the Visigothic king Theodoric II. Subsequently the Suevian kingdom in Gallæcia was divided in two, with the boundary line at the River Minho, with different kings ruling each side of the river. The last king of the Suevi, Andeca, was defeated by the forces of the Visigothic king Leovigild in 585 AD.

8158 z German States - Portrait Denar. 8th-10th century AD. Obv: facing bust with illegible legend. Rev: small cross and pellets with uncertain legend. 0.54 grams. Fair; chipped. [No Reserve] £80 - 100 8159 z German States - Otto III - Chapel Denar. 983-1002 AD. Obv: O D D O around small cross with +DI GRA REX legend. Rev: chapel with +ATEAHLT legend. Cf. Dann Sa# 1169; cf. Bonh# 285. 0.49 grams. Fair; chipped. [No Reserve] £120 - 170 8160 z Germany - Erfurt - Henry III - Denar. 1039-1056 AD. Imperial mint. Obv: facing crowned bust with illegible legend. Rev: building with two towers and facing bust below with illegible legend. See Dbg 883; cf. Kluge 128 for similar. 0.74 grams. Good fine for issue; weakly struck as usual with small piercing at edge. Scarce. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 8161 z German States - Ulm - Friedrich II - Bracteate Pfennig. 1215-1250 AD. Ulm mint. Obv: crowned facing bust with foliate spray left and tower right. Similar to issues of Friedrich II; cf. Kestner 2602; Berger-2598. 0.39 grams. Extremely fine. [No Reserve] £100 - 140 Property of a Dutch collector; acquired on the European art market between 1975- 2000.

Property of a Middlesex gentleman; acquired on the UK art market. The device on the reverse of the coin is an extremely bastardized version of the 'Temple Façade' design used by William's great-grandfather, Richard the Fearless (reigned 943-996). The coins William struck in Normandy do not often come onto the market, and when they do, they are notable for their poor condition; the one offered here is in comparatively good condition.

8157 Suevic Kingdom of Gallaecia - Pseudo-Imperial Valentian III Type - Gold Portrait Tremissis. 425-455 AD. Time of Hermeric, Rechila and Rechiar, Bracara Augusta, in the name of Valentinian III. Obv: diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right with prominent jewelled fibula and jewelled paludamentum over left shoulder; all within beaded border with D? YALENTIANYS AVG irregular legend. Rev: cross pattée within wreath with ties below and CONOB in exergue, within beaded border. For contemporary analogous tremisses see Cabral, J.M. Peixoto and Metcalf, D. M., A Moeda Sueva - Suevic Coinage, Porto 1997; Reinhart, W., Die Münzen des Schwebenreiches, in Mittailungen der bayerischen Numismatiischen Gesellschaft 55, 1937; Gomez, A., Moedas Portuguesas, Lisboa, 2003. 1.48 grams. Good very fine. £1,500 - 2,000

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8162 India - Kushan Period - Coin Die Pair [2]. Circa 3rd century AD or later. Group comprising: a pair of bronze coin dies, possibly to strike gold dinar coins; the obverse depicting a standing figure with inscriptions, the reverse depicting a seated nimbate facing figure with inscriptions. 61.72, 58.03 grams, 28mm diameter. Good very fine. Rare. [2] £1,200 - 1,700 Property of a London gentleman; previously acquired on the UK art market in the 1990s.

8163 z India - British - Madras Presidency - Silver 2 Fanams. 1690-1763 AD. Second type, Fort St George, Madras mint. Obv: standing figure of four-armed Vishnu holding chakra in each upper raised hand. Rev: CC monogram with pellets at side. KM# 308; Pr.15; Stevens 1.19. 1.96 grams. Near very fine. Rare. £80 - 100 Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market.

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's


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Coins

8164 z India - 1892 Incuse B - Rupee. Dated 1892 AD. Bust A, reverse I. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA EMPRESS legend. Rev: ONE / RUPEE / INDIA in three lines with date below within floriate border with small 'incuse B' mintmark for Bombay mint. KM# 492. 50.36 grams total. Encapsulated and graded MS61 by NGC. ÂŁ50 - 70 Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market.

8165 z India - 1899 Incuse B - 1/2 Rupee. Dated 1899 AD. Bust A, reverse I. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA EMPRESS legend. Rev: HALF / RUPEE / INDIA in three lines with date below within foliate border; small 'incuse B' mintmark for Bombay mint. KM# 491. 45.71 grams total. Encapsulated and graded MS62 by NGC. ÂŁ80 - 100 Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired on UK market.

8166 z Panama - 1972 - Silver Proof Twenty Balboas. Dated 1972 AD. Franklin mint. Obv: profile bust with date below and SIMON BOLIVAR 1783-1830 legend. Rev: arms with REPLUBLIC DE PANANMA 20 BALBOAS legend; in capsule and box of issue with certificate dated Aug 8 1972. 139 grams (189 grams total including case). Uncirculated. [No Reserve] ÂŁ60 - 80 Property of a Hertfordshire, UK gentleman.

8169 Turkey - Muhammad V - 1912 - Gold 25 Kurush. Dated 1912 AD. Qustantiniyah mint. Obv: Tourghra; 'el-Ghazi' to right; Arabic inscriptions within circle of dots and on outer edge of coin sprigs tied in centre below, seven stars, all within a dotted circle. Rev: Arabic inscriptions, value and date within wreath, star above. AH1327/4; KM# 729. 1.81 grams. Uncirculated. [No Reserve] ÂŁ120 - 170 Property of a Berkshire collector.

8170 z USA - 1880 - Proof Indian Cent. Dated 1880 AD. Obv: Indian profile head with date below and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA legend. Rev: ONE / CENT in two lines within wreath. KM# 87. 3.04 grams. Proof; few small marks, near full lustre. ÂŁ80 - 100 Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market.

8171 z London - King's College - 1835 - Silver Prize Medal. Awarded 1835 AD. Obv: crowned arms within garter between standing male and female figures with SANCTE ET SAPIENTER legend above; COLL REG LOND / MDCCCXXIX in two lines in exergue. Rev: engraved 'MERENDO / in Facultate Britannia / G R CARTER / 1835' in four lines within wreath; in B Smith, London, original box of issue with additional circular label with manuscript red ink 'Given to Institute / by / Miss M Payne / herself 30/1/14' inscription. 81.8 grams total, 51mm. Almost as struck; jeweller's graffito to reverse. Scarce. ÂŁ200 - 300

8167 Russia - Catherine II - 1782 - Rouble. Dated 1782 AD. Obv: profile bust with  below and  

 II       legend. Rev: double-headed eagle with arms and date above with     b legend. KM# C# 67b. 23.48 grams. Good fine. ÂŁ120 - 170 Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market.

8172 Princess Helena and Prince Christian - 1866 - Silver Marriage Medal. Dated 1866 AD. Obv: co-joined busts with J S & A B WYON F 25 JUNE 1866 below. Rev: crown over 5TH JULY / 1866 in two lines with PRINCESS HELENA PRINCE CHRISTIAN legend; in original leatherette case. BCM 1583b; BHM 2860; W&E 1, 1036; Fearon 317.2. 21.5 grams total, 32mm (box 63 x 48mm). Near extremely fine. Rare. ÂŁ60 - 80

8168 Tristan da Cunha - Elizabeth II - 2009 - Gold Halfcrown. 2009 AD. Fabula Aurum Series, Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha. Obv: profile bust of Elizabeth II right, HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II . TDC lettering around, date below. Rev: St George defeating dragon, HALF CROWN lettering; reeded edge; enclosed within a magnifying capsule, held in a custom-made box. 0.57 grams. Uncirculated; NRI rarity 94. ÂŁ100 - 140 Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired on the UK market, 2020.

Property of a Kent, UK collector; acquired UK coin market. Princess Helena (1846-1923) was the third daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert; she married Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein in 1866; she was a founding member of the British Red Cross and supported many charities in the UK.

8173 z USA - Joseph W Barr - Signed 'To Lloyds Bank Good Luck' Dollar Note. Circa 1970s AD. Series 1963 B, serial number E 24710727 G. Obv: Washington vignette; bearing an ink inscription 'TO LLOYDS BANK / GOOD LUCK' in two lines to top right with ink autograph signature of Joseph W Barr to lower right. Rev: emblems and text. 0.93 grams, 155 x 66mm. Extremely fine. ÂŁ100 - 140 Property of a Kent, UK, collector; acquired on the UK coin market. Joseph Barr was Secretary of the US Treasury at the time so this note bears both his printed signature and his autograph.

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's

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Coins

TimeLine Auctions

8175 Elymais - Phraates - Portrait Unit.

£10 - 15

8213 Mysia - Parion - Gorgoneion Units [5].

£40 - 60

8176 Seleukid - Antiochos VI - Cantharus Bronze.

£20 - 30

8214 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8177 Siculo-Punic - AE Unit.

£15 - 20

8215 Macedonia - Alexander III - Club and Bowcase AE.

£20 - 30

£80 - 100

8216 Arabia Felix - Himyarites - Obols and Drachm [4].

£50 - 70

8178 Olbia - Face Proto Money Group. 8179 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8217 Imitative Medallic Piece.

8180 Pergamon - Mysia - Pseudo-Autonomous Bronze.

£20 - 30

8218 AR Fraction Group [5].

£30 - 40

8181 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8219 Thrace - Apollonia - Anchor Drachm.

£20 - 30

8182 Odessos - AE Unit.

£15 - 20

8220 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8183 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8221 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus Drachms [7].

£80 - 100

8184 Ptolemy III Euergetes - AE.

£20 - 30

8222 Thrace - Olbia - Dolphin AE Proto Money [10].

£50 - 70

8185 AR and AE Coin Group [3].

£20 - 30

8223 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8186 Corcyra - Galley Bronze.

£15 - 20

8224 Ptolemy III Euergetes - AE.

£15 - 20

8187 Thessaly Pherai - Hemidrachm.

£30 - 40

8225 Seleukid Empire - Antiochos I Soter - Bronze.

£20 - 30

8188 Seleukid - Demetrius I Soter - Horse Head Bronze.

£20 - 30

8226 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8227 Prusias II - Centaur - AE Unit.

£20 - 30

8189 Antioch - Philip I Philadelphos - Tetradrachm. 8190 Paroreia, Macedonia - Eagle AE.

£15 - 20

8228 Bactria - Replica Coin Group [5].

£50 - 70

8191 Pampylia - Aspendos - Triskele AR Stater.

£40 - 60

8229 Phalanna - Ares Unit.

£15 - 20

8192 Euboea - Histiaea Tetrobols [4].

£40 - 60

8230 Thessalian League - Athena Unit Group [6].

£40 - 60

8193 Seleukid - Antiochos II Theos - AE.

£15 - 20

8231 Ptolemy VI(?) - Eagle AR Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8194 Ptolemy IV Philopator - AE Trihemiobol.

£20 - 30

8232 Aretas IV and Shugailat - AE Unit.

£10 - 14

8195 Thessaly - Larissa - Horse Grazing AE Dichalkon.

£20 - 30

8233 Akanthos - AR Obol.

£10 - 14

8196 Ptolemy X (XI) - Rare Cyprus Bronze.

£10 - 14

8234 Hermaeus and Kadphises I - AE Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8197 Cherronesos - AR Hemidrachm.

£15 - 20

8235 Thessaly - Larissa - Nymph AR Trihemiobol.

£30 - 40

8198 Nahapana - Drachm.

£15 - 20

8236 Sidon Phoenicia - Tyche and Zeus Bronze.

£20 - 30

8199 Seleukid - Antiochos VI - Panther Bronze.

£20 - 30

8237 Pella - AE Unit.

£15 - 20

8200 Euboea - Chalkis - Eagle and Snake AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8238 Egypt - Ptolemaic Bronzes Group [8].

£40 - 60

£5 - 10

8239 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8202 Libyan Revolt Sardinia - Corn Ears Bronze.

£30 - 40

8240 Lysimachos - Modern Imitation - Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8203 Thessalian League - AE Group [7].

£60 - 80

8241 Ionia - Teos - Griffin Diobol.

£15 - 20

8204 Lucania - Thurium - Artemis Unit.

£15 - 20

8242 Sardinia - Libyan Revolt AE.

£30 - 40

8205 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8243 Thrace - Apollonia - Anchor Drachm.

£20 - 30

8206 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8244 Claudius and Drusus - Paduan Sestertii [2].

£30 - 40

8207 Thrace - Maroneia - Horse and Grapes Bronze.

£20 - 30

8245 Trajan Decius - Antioch Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8208 Alexander III (The Great) - Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8246 Julia Domna - Pietas AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

£5 - 10

8247 Macrinus - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

£20 - 30

8248 Commodus - Genius Denarius.

£20 - 30

£5 - 10

8249 Pontius Pilate - Wreath Prutah.

£30 - 40

8250 Licinius II - Two Captives Bronze.

£40 - 60

8201 Aeolis - Kyme - Horse Unit.

8209 Indo-Sassanian - 'Gadhaiya Paisa' - Billon Drachm. 8210 Moesia Inferior - Marcianopolis - Tyche Bronze. 8211 Carthage - AE Unit. 8212 Thrace - Olbia - AE Dolphin Proto Money [32].

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£120 - 170

£5 - 10

£60 - 80

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's


TimeLine Auctions

Coins

8251 Julia Maesa - Pudicitia Denarius.

£30 - 40

8289 Agrippa I of Judaea - Tyche.

£10 - 14

8252 Gordian III - Victory AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8290 Gordian III - Virtus Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8253 Galerius Maximian - Genius AE Follis.

£20 - 30

8291 Phillip I - Roma AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8254 Theodosius - AE Group [8].

£40 - 60

8292 Julia Soaemias - Paduan Bronze.

£30 - 40

8255 Caracalla - Liberalitas AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8293 Septimius Severus - Liberalitas AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8256 Diva Faustina Junior - Flying Peacock Sestertius.

£20 - 30

8294 Gallienus - Mixed Antoninianii Group [10].

£40 - 60

8295 Aurelian - Sol between Captives AE Antoninianus.

£10 - 14

8257 Mixed AE3/4 Group [17].

£80 - 100

8258 Tacitus - Pax Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8296 Elagabalus - Mars AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8259 Probus - Jupiter AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8297 Aurelian - AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8260 Carinus - Emperor Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8298 Gallienus and Claudius II - Antoninianii [12].

£50 - 70

8261 Maximianus - Temple Follis.

£20 - 30

8299 Apollo - AE Litre.

£30 - 40

8262 Antonius Felix (under Claudius) - Judea - Prutah.

£30 - 40

8300 Philip I - Antioch Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8263 Claudius - Judaea - Antonius Felix - Prutah.

£30 - 40

8301 C. Hosidius C.F. Geta - Boar Speared Denarius.

£30 - 40

8264 Probus - Mars Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8302 Herod I - Judea - Type 9 Prutah.

£30 - 40

8265 Gallienus-Claudius II Gothicus - Antoninianii [10].

£70 - 90

8303 Tacitus - Aequitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8266 Maximinus II - Genius AE Follis.

£30 - 40

8304 Septimius Severus - Providentia AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8267 Gordian III - Helios in Quadriga - AE Sestertius.

£40 - 60

8305 Maximianus - Hercules AE Follis.

£20 - 30

8268 Tacitus - Felicitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8306 Caracalla - Hercules AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8269 Phillip I - Victory AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8307 Otacilia Severa - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£25 - 35

8270 Trajan Decius - Antioch Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8308 Antoninus Pius - Concordia Sestertius.

£10 - 14

8271 Julia Domna and Severus Alexander - Denarii [2].

£30 - 40

8309 Magnentius AE Group [7].

£40 - 60

8272 Probus - Adventus Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8310 Tacitus - Spes Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8273 Maximianus - Pax Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8311 Philip I - Antioch ad Orontem - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8274 Caracalla - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8312 Julia Maesa - Pudicitia Denarius.

£20 - 30

8275 Postumus - Mars Billon Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8313 Caracalla - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8276 Maximinus II - Genius Follis.

£30 - 40

8314 Severus Alexander - Salus Denarius.

£20 - 30

8277 Elagabalus - Standards Between Eagles Denarius.

£30 - 40

8315 Faustina I - Imitation Cybele Sestertius.

£20 - 30

8278 Gordian III - Pietas Denarius.

£20 - 30

8316 Philip I - Column Anniversary AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8279 Antoninus Pius - Tranquilitas Denarius.

£20 - 30

8317 Lucilla - Vesta As.

£10 - 14

8280 Hadrian - Aeternitas Denarius.

£30 - 40

8318 Valerian I - AE Antoninianus.

£10 - 14

8281 Gallienus - Virtus Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8319 Geta - Emperor Sacrificing Denarius.

£40 - 60

8320 Vabalathus with Aurelian - Portrait Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8282 Valerian - AE and AR Antoninianus Group [10].

£100 - 140

8283 Maximian - Hercules Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8321 Faustina Junior - Concordia As.

£10 - 14

8284 Late Bronzes Group [247].

£30 - 40

8322 Victorinus - Pax AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8285 Septimius Severus - Minerva Denarius.

£20 - 30

8323 Gordian III - Felicitas AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8286 Maximian - Concordia AE Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8324 Trebonianus Gallus - Juno Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8287 AE Antoninianus Group [6].

£40 - 60

8325 Gordian III - Jupiter Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8288 Gordian III - Liberalitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8326 Gallienus - Mysia Alexandria Troas.

£30 - 40

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's

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TimeLine Auctions

8327 Gallienus - Diana as Luna AR Antoninianus.

£10 - 14

8365 Maximinus II - Genius Follis.

£10 - 14

8328 Vespasian (under Titus) - Capricorn Denarius.

£20 - 30

8366 Septimius Severus - Emperor Denarius.

£20 - 30

8329 Septimius Severus - Liberalitas AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8367 Herod Archelaus - Judea - Prutah.

£20 - 30

8330 Salonina - Pietas AR 'Viminacium' Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8368 Gordian III - Fides Militum Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8331 Severina - Concordia Militum AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8369 Severus Alexander - Fides Militum Denarius.

£20 - 30

8332 Julia Domna - Cybele AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8370 Moesia - Provincial Bronzes [15].

£60 - 80

8333 Trajan Decius - Pannoniae AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8371 Trajan Decius - Antioch Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8334 Mariniana - Peacock AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8372 Pontius Pilate - Wreath Prutah.

£20 - 30

8335 Claudius II Gothicus - Mars Silvered Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8373 Marcus Aurelius with Lucius Verus - Sestertius.

£40 - 60

8336 Constantine I (The Great) - Two Victories Bronze.

£40 - 60

8374 Caracalla - Mars Advancing Denarius.

£20 - 30

8337 Julia Paula - Concordia AR Denarius.

£20 - 30

8375 Constantine I (The Great) - Jupiter AE Follis.

£15 - 20

8338 Carinus - Felicitas AE Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8376 Aurelian - Victory AE Denarius.

£10 - 14

8339 Severus Alexander - Mars AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8377 Maximinus I - Victory AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8340 Vespasian to Gallienus - Denarii and Other [4].

£20 - 30

8378 Probus - Virtus Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8341 Septimius Severus - Emperor AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8379 Victorinus to Probus - Antoninianii [10].

£50 - 70

8342 Trajan - Felicitas Denarius.

£30 - 40

8380 Probus - Abundantia Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8343 Septimius Severus - Roma AR Denarius.

£25 - 35

8381 Nero - Alexandria - Portrait Tetradrachm(?).

£20 - 30

8344 Commodus - Fides AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8382 Julia Domna - Concordia AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8345 Magnentius - Emperor Standing Maiorina.

£30 - 40

8383 Caracalla - Salus Denarius.

£40 - 60

8346 Marcus Aurelius - Pax Denarius.

£40 - 60

8384 Antoninus Pius - Britannia Seated As.

£30 - 40

8347 Marc Antony - Legionary Denarius.

£20 - 30

8385 Probus - Providentia Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8348 Maximian - Hercules Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8386 Probus - Laetitia Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8349 C. Cassius - Libertas in Quadriga Denarius.

£30 - 40

8387 Postumus - Pax AE Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8350 Claudius II Gothicus - Barbarous Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8388 Phillip I - Liberalitas AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8351 Constantine I (The Great) - AE Follis Group [10].

£30 - 40

8389 Volusian - Pietas AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8352 Julia Maesa - Fecunditas Denarius.

£40 - 60

8390 Mixed AE3/4 Group [5].

£20 - 30

8353 Probus - Temple AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8391 Gallienus - Abundantia Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8354 Janus Head and Prow - As.

£15 - 20

8392 Tacitus - Providentia Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8355 Tacitus - Spes Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8393 Caracalla - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8356 Probus - Emperor AE Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8394 Severus Alexander - Sol AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8357 Antonius Felix (under Claudius) - Judea - Prutah.

£30 - 40

8395 Caracalla - Dea Caelestis Leaping Lion Denarius.

£40 - 60

8358 C Piso Frugi and M Antony Legion VI Denarii [2].

£40 - 60

8396 Gallienus - Antoninianii [12].

£40 - 60

8359 Caracalla - Moneta AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8397 Quintillus - Concordia Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8360 Gordian III - Apollo AE Sestertius.

£20 - 30

8398 Marcus Aurelius - Fortuna Denarius.

£20 - 30

8361 Severus Alexander - Virtus AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8399 Maximinus Thrax - Fides AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8362 Phillip I - Felicitas AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8400 Julia Domna - Pudicitia AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8363 Nero and Octavia - Alexandria - Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8401 Gordian III - Apollo AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8364 Otacilla Severa - Concordia Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8402 Commodus - Jupiter AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's


TimeLine Auctions

Coins

8403 Trajan Decius - Emperor Riding Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8441 Valerian - Presentation to Emperor Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8404 Septimius Severus - Fortuna AR Denarius.

£25 - 35

8442 Carus - Pax AE Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8405 AE Follis Group [10].

£40 - 60

8443 Caracalla - Concordia AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8406 Vabalathus with Aurelian - Portrait Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8444 Tacitus - Felicitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8407 Commodus - Pax AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8445 Caracalla - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8408 Caracalla - Securitas AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8446 Trajan Decius - Pannoniae AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8409 Antoninus Pius - Fortuna AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8447 Caracalla - Marcianopolis - Zeus Bronze.

£40 - 60

8410 Constantine I (the Great) - Two Captives Follis.

£40 - 60

8448 Saloninus - Jupiter Billon Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8411 Probus - Jupiter AE Antoninianus.

£10 - 14

8449 Porcius Festus (under Nero) - Judea - Prutah.

£30 - 40

8412 Maximinus Thrax - Emperor Standing AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8450 Mixed AE3/4 Group [55].

8413 Gordian III - Apollo AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8451 Theodosius I - Wreath AE Half Centenionalis.

£20 - 30

8414 Vespasian - Flaming Caduceus AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8452 Tacitus - Pax Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8415 Licinius I - Two Captives Bronze.

£40 - 60

8453 C. Considi Paeti - Curule Chair Denarius.

£10 - 14

8416 C. TITINI - Victory in Biga Denarius.

£15 - 20

8454 Trajan Decius - Abundantia AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8417 Carausius - AE Antoninianus Group [4].

£60 - 80

8455 Mixed Issues and Provincial Coins [8].

£50 - 70

8418 Claudius - AE - Quadrans.

£20 - 30

8456 Aurelian - Sol Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8419 Philip I - Aequitas AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8457 Diocletian - Genius AE Follis.

£20 - 30

8420 Augustus - Colonial AE.

£10 - 14

8458 Vespasian - Eagle on Globe As.

£10 - 14

8421 Maximian - Concordia Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8459 Hadrian - Aeternitas Dupondius.

£10 - 14

8422 Hadrian - Colonial AE.

£10 - 14

8460 Allectus - Colchester - Galley Quinarius.

£20 - 30

8423 Trajan Decius - Syro-Phoenician - Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8461 Diocletian - Carthago AE Follis.

£20 - 30

8424 Aurelian - AE Tetradrachm(?).

£20 - 30

8462 Valerius Gratus - Judea - Palm Leaf Prutah.

£30 - 40

8425 Caracalla - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8463 Bronze Replicas and Fantasy Group [3].

£20 - 30

8426 Tacitus - Providentia Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8464 Vespasian and Septimius Severus - Denarii [2].

£40 - 60

8427 Domitian and Trajan AR Denarius Group [2].

£40 - 60

8465 Maximian - Presentation Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8428 Licinius I and Constantine I - AE Follis Group [2].

£20 - 30

8466 Vespasian - Mysia - Capricorn Bronze.

£20 - 30

8429 Herennia Etruscilla - Pudicitia AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8467 Herod Archelaus - Judea - AE Prutah.

£30 - 40

8430 Severina - Providentia AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8468 Diocletian - AE Antoninianus Group [13].

£70 - 90

8431 Caracalla Denarius and Constantinus II AE [2].

£20 - 30

8469 Volusian - Pax AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8432 Otacilia Severa - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8470 Gordian III - Salus Marriage Celebration Denarius.

£30 - 40

8433 Gordian III - Apollo Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8471 L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi - Naked Rider Denarius.

£15 - 20

8434 Theodosius I - Roma AR Siliqua.

£30 - 40

8472 Julia Domna - Pietas Denarius.

£30 - 40

8435 Gordian III - Securitas Denarius.

£20 - 30

8473 T. Cloulius - Jupiter Quinarius.

£20 - 30

8436 Gallienus - Pax AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8474 Domitia - Nemeses - AE20.

£30 - 40

8437 Probus - Emperor and Jupiter Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8475 Museum and Other Reproduction Group [7].

£30 - 40

8438 Antonius Felix - Judea - Palm Tree Prutah.

£30 - 40

8476 Procurators Marcus Ambibulus.

£30 - 40

8439 Faustina Junior - Concordia Denarius.

£20 - 30

8477 Gordian III - Salus Marriage AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8440 Philip I (The Arab) - Cippus AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8478 Gallienus - Mercury Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's

£80 - 100

25


Coins

8479 Philip I - Securitas AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8517 Tacitus - Mars and Tacitus Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8480 Probus - Mars Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8518 Otacilia Severa - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8481 Maximianus - Genius Follis.

£20 - 30

8519 Tacitus - Mars Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8482 Valentinian II - Roma AR Siliqua.

£40 - 60

8520 Volusian - Emperor Standing AR Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8483 Agrippa I - Judea - Prutah.

£20 - 30

8521 Otacilia Severa - Pietas AR Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8484 Republican - Lucania - Pegasus Litra.

£10 - 14

8522 Plautilla - Concordia AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8485 Elagabalus - Fortuna AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8523 Tiberius - AE Dichalkon.

£20 - 30

8486 King Agrippa I - Tyche.

£10 - 14

8524 Salonina - Ceres AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8487 C. Fonteius - Galley Denarius.

£10 - 14

8525 Philip II - Antioch ad Orontem - Eagle Tetradrachm. £40 - 60

8488 AE Museum Imitation Group [7].

£20 - 30

8526 Trajan - Felicitas AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8489 Severina - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8527 Caracalla - Libertas Denarius.

£40 - 60

8490 Severus Alexander - Sol Denarius.

£30 - 40

8528 Nerva - Fortuna Denarius.

£30 - 40

8491 Contemporary Copy - Scarpus Denarius.

£40 - 60

8529 Julia Domna - Venus AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8492 Valerian - Liberalitas AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8530 Gallienus - Emperors Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8493 Otacillia Severa - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8531 Maximinus I - Fides Militum Denarius.

£30 - 40

8494 Trajan Decius - Illiricum Genius AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8532 Antonius Felix - Judea - Wreath Prutah.

£30 - 40

8495 Crispus - Wreath Bronze.

£40 - 60

8533 Domitian - Minerva AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8496 Philip I - Felicitas AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8534 Antoninus Pius - Paduan Style Medallion.

£20 - 30

8497 Carinus - Priestly Colleges AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8535 Aurelian - Emperor AE Antoninianus.

£5 - 10

8498 Severus Alexander - Liberalitas Denarius.

£30 - 40

8536 Probus - Providentia AE Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8499 Galerius - Genius AE Follis.

£40 - 60

8537 Herod Agrippa I - Judea - Canopy Prutah.

£30 - 40

8538 Numerian - Clementia AE Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8500 Otho - Ceres Denarius.

26

TimeLine Auctions

£550 - 750

8501 Paduan Caesar and Capture of Castillion.

£30 - 40

8539 Gordian III and Tranquillina - Bronze.

£20 - 30

8502 AE Imitation Group [5].

£30 - 40

8540 Trebonianus Gallus - Uberitas AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8503 Hadrian - Paduan Style Horseman Medallion.

£20 - 30

8541 Probus - Felicitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8504 Aurelian - Sol Invictus AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8542 Carinus - Prince AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8505 Julia Domna & Marcus Aurelius - Paduans [2].

£30 - 40

8543 Tacitus - Virtus Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8506 Caracalla - Moneta AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8544 Septimius Severus - Paduan Style Medallion.

£40 - 60

8507 Severus Alexander - Jupiter Sestertius.

£40 - 60

8545 Gallienus - Mixed Antoninianii Group [10].

£50 - 70

8508 Magnentius - Chi-Rho Bronze.

£40 - 60

8546 Probus - Concordia Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8509 Philip I - Syro-Phoenician - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8547 Nero and Hera - Alexandria - Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8510 Septimius Severus - Three Monetae Sestertius.

£40 - 60

8548 Nero and Augustus - Alexandria - Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8511 Faustina I - Juno Sestertius.

£20 - 30

8549 Gallienus - Virtus Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8512 Maximian - Pax Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8550 Probus - Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8513 Licinius - Jupiter AE Follis.

£20 - 30

8551 Marcus Aurelius - Pile of Arms Sestertius.

£15 - 20

8514 Magnus Maximus AE2 and AE4 Group [2].

£15 - 20

8552 Caracalla - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£60 - 80

8515 Salonina - Juno AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8553 Septimius Severus - Emperor AR Denarius.

£20 - 30

8516 Constantine I (The Great) - London Follis.

£10 - 14

8554 Valens - Roma AR Siliqua.

£40 - 60

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's


TimeLine Auctions

Coins

8555 Claudius II Gothicus - Barbarous Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8593 Edward I - Edward III - Long Cross Farthings [3].

£30 - 40

8556 Valarian - Two Emperors Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8594 Hainaut - John of Avesnes - Crockard Sterling.

£40 - 60

8557 Justin II and Sophia - Follis.

£15 - 20

8595 Edward I - Bristol - Long Cross Penny.

£30 - 40

8558 Bronze Coin Group [19].

£40 - 60

8596 John and Henry III - Short Cross Pennies [2].

£40 - 60

8559 Leo VI (The Wise) - Follis.

£10 - 14

8597 Spain - Peter IV AR Croat.

£30 - 40

8560 Basil II and Constantine VIII - Class A2 Follis.

£40 - 60

8598 Henry III - London / Nichole - Short Cross Penny.

£10 - 14

8561 Justin II and Sophia - Large K Half Follis.

£20 - 30

8599 Henry II to Henry III - Cut Fractions [11].

8562 Maurice Tiberius - Antioch Follis Group [2].

£60 - 80

8600 Edward I - London - Long Cross Pennies [2].

£50 - 70

8563 Justin II and Sophia - AE Half Follis.

£20 - 30

8601 Edward III - London - Pre Treaty Halfgroat.

£30 - 40

8564 Arab-Byzantine - Star - AE Fals.

£20 - 30

8602 John to Edward IV - Mixed Issues [4].

£30 - 40

8565 Justin II and Sophia - Large M Follis.

£20 - 30

8603 Henry VII - London - Halfpenny.

£40 - 60

8566 Bronzes Group [3].

£30 - 40

8604 Edward IV - Clipped Penny.

£20 - 30

8567 Justin II AE Half Follis.

£20 - 30

8605 Henry III and Edward I - Penny Group [2].

£30 - 40

8568 Basil II and Constantine VIII - A2 Follis.

£40 - 60

8606 Henry II - Canterbury? / Ricard - Tealby Halfpenny. £20 - 30

8569 Unknown Mint - Emperor Standing Trachy.

£20 - 30

8607 Henry III to Edward I - Pennies and Others [5].

£40 - 60

8570 Averni or Aedui - Horse AR Minim (?).

£30 - 40

8608 English Jetton and AR Token Group [2].

£40 - 60

8571 Potins and Bronzes [9].

£70 - 90

8609 Edward I - Canterbury - Long Cross Pennies [2].

£20 - 30

8572 Celtic Gaul - The Senones - Stylised Bird AE Unit.

£20 - 30

8610 Edward I - London - Long Cross Pennies [4].

£60 - 80

8573 Eastern - North Thames - Serpent AE Unit.

£30 - 40

8611 Edward III - Durham - Treaty Long Cross Penny.

£30 - 40

8574 Catuvellauni - Cunobelin - Warriors Bronze Unit.

£30 - 40

8612 Edward I to James I - Mixed Issues Group [17].

£60 - 80

8575 Iceni - Norfolk God 'Boudica' Head AR Unit.

£40 - 60

8613 Henry V - York - Long Cross Penny.

£20 - 30

8576 Catuvellauni - Addedomaros - Bronze Units [2].

£40 - 60

8614 Germany - Frederick II - Cut Half Sterling.

£30 - 40

8577 Dobunni - Cotswold Eagle - AR Unit.

£40 - 60

8615 Mary Tudor (Bloody Mary) - Groat.

£20 - 30

8578 Coin Group [2].

£20 - 30

8616 Charles I - Rose Farthing.

£10 - 14

8579 Dobunni - Cotswold Eagle Type - AR Unit.

£40 - 60

8617 Henry VII - Canterbury - Facing Bust Halfgroat.

£30 - 40

8580 Gaulish - AR Unit Group [2].

£40 - 60

8618 Henry VIII - London/C'bury - Halfgroats [2].

8581 Germanic - Vindelici - AR Buschelquinar.

£30 - 40

8619 Elizabeth I - 1579 - Sixpence.

£20 - 30

8582 Ambiani - 'Somme Valley Type' - AE Unit.

£20 - 30

8620 Henry VII - York - Sovereign Penny.

£40 - 60

8583 Dobunni - Cotswold Crosses Plated AR Unit.

£40 - 60

8621 Charles I - Tower - Shilling.

£30 - 40

8584 Dobunni - Cotswold Crosses Type - AR Unit.

£40 - 60

8622 Victoria - 1879 - No Die Number Shilling.

£20 - 30

8585 Essex Stag - AE Unit.

£20 - 30

8623 George V - 1935 - Specimen Crown.

£20 - 30

8586 Durotriges - AR Stater Group [4].

£40 - 60

8624 George V - 1922 - Farthing.

8587 Ale Scavo - AR Plated Unit.

£20 - 30

8625 George V - 1911-1929 - Sixpences & Others [4].

£40 - 60

8588 Danubian Celts - Sattelkopf Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8626 Victoria - 1889 - Crown.

£15 - 20

8589 Aethelred II - Canterbury? / Leofwold? - Cut CRUX

£40 - 60

8627 Edward VII - 1902 - Florin.

£10 - 14

8590 Aethelred II - Chester / Godric? - Cut Halfpenny.

£30 - 40

8628 Victoria - 1887 - Sixpence.

£10 - 14

8591 John to Henry III - Penny and Cut Halfpennies [5].

£40 - 60

8629 George V - 1914 - Halfcrown.

£10 - 14

8592 Edward I - Long Cross Penny.

£30 - 40

8630 George V - Silver Threepence Group [64].

£30 - 40

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's

£80 - 100

£80 - 100

£5 - 10

27


Coins

8631 George VI - 1945 - Florin.

£10 - 14

8669 Scotland - Alexander III - 24-Point Penny.

£20 - 30

8632 George VI - 1937 - Halfpenny.

£10 - 14

8670 Scotland - Charles I - 20 Pence.

£40 - 60

8633 George VI - 1942 - Threepence.

£10 - 14

8671 Charles II Period - Irish Halfpenny.

£40 - 60

8634 George VI - 1946 - Halfcrown.

£10 - 14

8672 Ireland - James II - 1685 - Halfpenny.

£20 - 30

8673 Ireland - William III - 1696 - Halfpenny.

£20 - 30

8674 South Africa - 1964 - Fifty Cents.

£15 - 20

8675 Hong Kong Victoria - 1901 - One Cent.

£10 - 14

8676 Indian States - Small Coppers Group [2].

£20 - 30

8639 George V - 1920-1935 - Pennies and Halfpenny [3]. £40 - 60

8677 Venice - 'Galley Halfpenny' Soldino.

£20 - 30

8640 Victoria - 1861 and 1901 - Farthing Group [2].

8678 Crusader - Frankish Greece - Philip of Taranto.

£20 - 30

8635 Victoria and Edward VII - Sixpence Group. 8636 William IV - 1831 - Farthing. 8637 Victoria - 1891 - Farthing. 8638 George IV - Robinsons of Oxford - C/M Penny.

8641 George VI - 1947 - Halfcrown.

£5 - 10 £10 - 14 £5 - 10 £30 - 40

£10 - 14 £5 - 10

8679 USA - 1872 - Seated Liberty Half Dime.

£5 - 10

8642 George V - 1919 - Farthing.

£10 - 14

8680 Sassanian - Khusru II - Dinar.

8643 George V - 1929 - Farthing.

£10 - 14

8681 ZAR - 1896 - Imitation One Pond.

£5 - 10

8644 George VI - 1937 - 3d, 1d and 1/2d [3].

£10 - 14

8682 Spain - Ferdinand VII - 1830 - 2 Maradevis.

£5 - 10

8645 George V - 1932 - Farthing.

£10 - 14

8683 Germany - 1939 - Two Marks.

£5 - 10

8646 George III - 1797 - Cartwheel Twopence.

£30 - 40

8684 Victoria Canada - 1884 - One Cent.

8647 George VI - 1944 - Shilling.

£10 - 14

8685 Venetian Cyprus - Pietro Loredan - Sizin.

8648 George III - 1816 - Halfcrown.

£30 - 40

8686 USA - 1886 - One Dollar.

£15 - 20

8649 Mixed Sixpence Group [9].

£20 - 30

8687 Italy - 1924 - 1 Lire.

£10 - 20

£15 - 20

£10 - 14 £5 - 10

8650 George VI - 1948 - Sixpence.

£5 - 10

8688 Romania - Mihai I - 20 Lei Group [200].

8651 Elizabeth II - 1953 - Farthing.

£5 - 10

8689 Switzerland - 1913 - Rappen.

8652 George II - 1757 - Sixpence.

£10 - 14

8690 Kingdom of Georgia - Queen Rusudan AE.

£30 - 40

8653 Victoria Threepence Group [50].

£20 - 30

8691 Punch-Marked AR Karshapana Coin/Weight.

£30 - 40

8654 George VI - 1945 - Shilling.

£10 - 14

8692 George VI Australia - 1944 - Florin.

£10 - 14

8655 George III - 1777 - Halfpenny.

£20 - 30

8693 India George V - 1928 - Quarter Anna.

£15 - 20

8656 George VI - 1945 - Shilling.

£10 - 14

8694 Romania - Mihai I - 20 Lei Group [200].

£80 - 100

8657 George IV - 1820 - Shilling.

£10 - 14

8695 Hong Kong Edward VII - 1905 - One Cent.

£5 - 10

8658 George VI - 1946 - Florin.

£10 - 14

8696 George III - 1760 - Voce Populi Halfpenny.

£20 - 30

8659 George VI - 1945 - Sixpence.

£10 - 14

8697 USA - 1869 - Indian Head Cent.

£40 - 60

8660 Victoria - 1858 Halfpenny and 1885 Farthing [2].

£15 - 20

8698 Seljuks - AE Dirham.

£10 - 14

8661 George V - 1916-1931 - Halfcrowns [4].

£60 - 80

8699 Ireland - 1928 - 1968 - Harp Pennies [3].

£20 - 30

8662 George VI - 1945 - Shilling.

£10 - 14

8700 Crusader Kings of Jerusalem - Amalric - Denier.

£20 - 30

8663 Victoria - 1901 - Farthing.

£5 - 10

8701 Austria Hungary - 1807 - Kreuzer.

£80 - 100 £5 - 10

£5 - 10

8664 Victoria - 1855 - Halfpenny.

£10 - 20

8702 Crusader - Bohemond IV - Antioch Denier.

£15 - 20

8665 Victoria - 1887 - Sixpence Group [2].

£15 - 20

8703 Brabant - Henry II/III - Petit Denier.

£40 - 60

8666 Victoria - 1853 - Penny.

£10 - 14

8704 Mexico - 1843-1844 - 8 Reales [3].

£60 - 80

8705 Islamic - Umayyad - Dirham.

£10 - 15

8706 New Zealand - George V -1934 - Florin.

£10 - 14

8667 George VI - 1948 - Halfcrown. 8668 Victoria - 1890 - Crown.

28

TimeLine Auctions

£5 - 10 £15 - 20

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's


TimeLine Auctions

Coins

8707 Sassanian - Khusru II - Drachm.

£10 - 14

8735 France - Contemporary Imitation Group [11].

£20 - 30

8708 Cyprus Edward VII - 1907 - Nine Piastres.

£10 - 14

8736 Token and Check Group [8].

£30 - 40

8709 Republic of China - Twenty Cents.

£20 - 30

8737 Halfpenny Token and Medallion Group [3].

£15 - 20

8710 USA - 1845 - Liberty Head / Braided Hair One Cent. £15 - 20

8738 USA - George Washington Hibernia Token.

£10 - 14

8711 India - Cochin - Gold Fanam.

8739 USA - Washington - 1783 - 1 Cent Portrait Token.

£10 - 14

8712 USA - 1896 - Indian Head Cent. 8713 France - Besancon - Benediction Hand AR Denier. 8714 Venetian Cyprus - Doge Lorenzo Priuli - Carzia.

£20 - 30 £5 - 10 £30 - 40 £5 - 10

8740 France - 1894 - Silver Savings Bank Jetton.

£5 - 10

8741 Middlesex Halfpenny and Welsh Farthing Group [2].

£5 - 10

8742 France - Gaming Token Set [8].

£50 - 70

8715 Balkans - Bulgaria(?) - Uncertain Copper.

£50 - 70

8743 1671 - Kent - Brookland - Eve - Token Halfpenny.

£40 - 60

8716 Elizabeth II - Canada - 1966 - Dollar.

£15 - 20

8744 17th Century - Kent - Brookland - Eve - Farthing.

£40 - 60

8717 Denmark - Christian IX - 1884 5 Ore.

£10 - 20

8745 Sussex - Rye - 1668 - Corporation Token Farthing.

£30 - 40

8718 New Zealand - Coin Group [19].

£60 - 80

8746 Kent - Brookland - Eve - Farthings [2].

£30 - 40

8719 Portugal - Johan I - Meio Real.

£10 - 15

8747 Base Token and Tally Group [11].

£40 - 60

8720 Indo-Scythian - King Azes II Drachm (?).

£30 - 40

8748 Bank of England - Last Issue £5 Note and Coin [2]. £30 - 40

8721 New Zealand - George VI -1937 - Threepence.

£5 - 10

8749 Bank of England - 1993 Modified Issue - £50.

£80 - 100

8722 Sicily - William II - Follaro.

£20 - 30

8750 Bank of England - 1999-2000 Issue - £20.

£30 - 40

8723 France - 1987 - Silver Piedfort 100 Francs Pair [2].

£30 - 40

8751 British Armed Forces - 1948 2nd Series - £1.

£30 - 40

8724 Switzerland - 1956 - 1 Franc.

£10 - 14

8752 Bank of England - 1993 Modified Issue - £20.

£30 - 40

8725 Bulgaria - 1894 - Five Leva.

£15 - 20

8753 Early Darts Award Fobs [2].

£50 - 70

8754 Bank Medal Group [3].

£60 - 80

8726 Palestine - 1935 - 50 Mils.

£5 - 10

8727 Rhodesia - 1964 - Proof Set [4].

£40 - 60

8755 Victoria Small Diamond Jubilee Medal.

£10 - 14

8728 South Africa - 1960 - Five Shillings.

£15 - 20

8756 Ceramic Commemorative Plaque of Geta.

£10 - 14

8729 Crusader Kings of Jerusalem - Amalric - Denier.

£20 - 30

8757 Elizabeth II - 1953 - Gilt Coronation Medallion.

£15 - 20

8730 USA - 1943 - Half Dollar.

£10 - 14

8758 Victoria Diamond Jubilee Medal.

8731 Israel - Silver Coin Group [3].

£40 - 60

8759 Antwerp Coin Weight for Horn Guilder.

£10 - 14

8732 Irish Copper Issues Group [4].

£20 - 30

8760 Seaby - 12 Caesars Film Slide Set SS2 [30].

£20 - 30

8733 Swiss - 1955 - Two Francs.

£10 - 14

8761 Coins of the Ancient Britons & Supl. [2 in 1].

£200 - 300

8734 Greece - 1963 Commemorative - Thirty Drachm.

£15 - 20

8762 Balog - Coinage of the Ayyubids.

For charges payable in addition to the final hammer price of each Lot see paragraphs 19 & 26 of buyer's T&C's

£5 - 10

£20 - 30

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Bidder/Buyer Terms and Conditions 1. Interpretations and Definitions: the following terms generally apply within these Terms and Conditions; other terms are defined within specific sections following: Auctioneer – the firm TimeLine Auctions Ltd (“TimeLine” hereafter) or its authorised auctioneer, acting as Agent for the Seller. TimeLine is a company registered in England and Wales (company no: 06873501) with registered office at 40 Kilmarnock Drive, Luton, LU2 7YP, UK. The website and telephone number are https://timelineauctions.com and ++44 (0) 1277 815121. Agent – a person or body acting on behalf of another. ALR – Art Loss Register - All lots with an upper estimate value of £1,000 and above and all ancient Western Asiatic lots are searched against the Art Loss Register database. Auction – a sale event whether taking place live in real-time or of extended duration (Timed Auction). Bid – a sum offered by a Bidder to purchase the Lot. Bidder – the person offering a Bid. Buyer – the Bidder who the Lot is Knocked Down to. Buyer’s Premium – the percentage of the Hammer Price payable by the Buyer to TimeLine in accordance with clause 19. CITES - Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species. Data Protection Legislation –all applicable data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time in the UK including the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (83) (GDPR); the Data Protection Act 2018; the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as updated by Directive 2009/136/EC) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) as amended, and any and all applicable national data protection laws made under or pursuant to the GDPR, as may be amended or superseded from time to time. Date of Sale – the date on which the Auctioneer Knocks Down the Lot. Group – any Lot comprising more than one item. Hammer Price – the amount of the winning bid when Knocked Down by the Auctioneer to a Bidder. Knock(ed/ing) Down – the act of the Auctioneer in bringing the Hammer down to complete the contract for the sale of the Lot to the Bidder submitting the highest bid. Lot – the goods for sale. Purchase Price – the total sum due for any Lot, including the Hammer Price, the Buyer’s Premium, any internet bidding fees, any shipping charges, taxes, duties or any other costs payable to TimeLine. Registered Bidder –a Bidder who has registered with TimeLine for the purpose of taking part in any Auction. Reserve Price – the minimum Hammer Price at which a Lot may be Knocked Down. Seller – the person offering the Lot for sale. Title – legal rights of ownership of the Lot. 2. Application: the singular includes the plural and vice versa and any reference to ‘he’, ‘she’ or ‘it’ applies to all of them. 3. Basis of Contract: a. These Terms and Conditions apply to the exclusion of any other terms that the Bidder/Buyer seeks to impose or incorporate, or which are implied by trade, custom, practice or course of dealing. b. Each Buyer is required to carefully read the Terms and Conditions before offering a bid. When a Buyer makes a bid he/she acknowledges that he/she has read, understood and accepted these terms. c. TimeLine does not act for or give advice to Bidders/Buyers. 4. Dimensions, weights and colour: all dimensions and weights (including ring sizes) are approximate and are for general guidance only; a single dimension given is normally the greatest dimension for the piece(s). Although TimeLine have made

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every effort to precisely display the colours and condition of a Lot, TimeLine does not guarantee that a device displays them accurately. The Lot may vary slightly from those images. 5. Condition: items are briefly described with respect to condition using various phrases to signify the overall and general condition. It should be noted that items having significant age, sometimes being very ancient, often show minor blemishes and defects and these are considered to be normal and will not be individually described. Phrases used include: Restored - may be repaired or otherwise reinstated; possibly with some areas replaced; Fair Condition - may be fragmentary or obviously damaged; Fine Condition - usually essentially complete but may have minor damage or show restoration or repair; Very Fine Condition - usually complete and in good condition; may have some minor damage, restoration or repair; and Extremely Fine Condition - complete and better than average condition, without significant repair or restoration. Bidders are encouraged to carefully examine in person any Lot(s) for which they intend or do Bid for. It is not possible to note all marks or defects and neither TimeLine or the Auctioneer make any guarantee as to the physical quality or condition of any Lot(s). 6. Dating: dates may be given in several forms, as examples below: 527 AD - an item that bears a date upon it or that can otherwise be dated with precision; 6th century AD - an item that can be dated with considerable confidence to a specific period; Circa 6th century AD - an item that can be approximately dated by comparison with other pieces; Probably 6th century AD - an item that is likely to be of this period in the light of similar pieces; Possibly 6th century AD - an item that might be of this period by comparison with items of a broadly similar character; and Undated - no date is known or suggested for the piece. 6th Century AD or later – an item is dated to a specific period but may also be a revival of style of a later date. 7. Attributions: works of art attributions may be given in several forms, as examples below: Signed – a work bearing the signature of the named artist; Attributed to – a work of the period of the artist which may be in whole or in part the work of the artist named; Circle of – a work of the period of the artist and showing his influence; Follower of – a contemporary or nearly so work executed in the style of the artist; Manner of – a work executed in the style of the artist but of a later date; and After – a copy of any date of a work of the artist. 8. Other Descriptive Matters: some other words or phrases are used descriptively, as examples below: Style - an item made in the style of an earlier age but thought to be probably of later date. Archaistic - an item made in the style of a much earlier age; Grand Tour - an item usually of some age but in the style of an earlier age; After the Antique - an item made as a reproduction, usually of quite modern date; and Faux - used descriptively when the material used is probably imitative in character. 9. Lots including Archaeological or Cultural Property: a UK export licence from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, is required for Lots originating

from UK soil or territory leaving the UK and for such Lots of non-UK origin when leaving the EU. TimeLine will make applications for the necessary Cultural Property Export Licence as a ‘free of charge’ service to Buyers, where the Export Licence is legally required. If a Buyer requests for TimeLine to apply for an Export Licence where this is not legally required, an additional fee of £24 (VAT inclusive) will be invoiced to the Buyer. Buyers are advised to check concerning any Regulations applicable in their country of residence regarding importation and to enquire prior to bidding. The deferment of any Export Licence shall not be reason to cancel any bid nor to delay payment. 10. Lots including materials from Endangered Species: Buyers are responsible for obtaining a CITES licence when required for the export from the UK of any item(s) made of or containing materials such as ivory, tortoiseshell, rhinoceros horn, whalebone, etc. 11. Import Licences: Buyers are responsible for checking and ensuring compliance with any regulations applicable in their country of residence regarding importation. 12. Copyright: all cataloguing text, images and other material published by TimeLine whether physically or electronically is the property of TimeLine and may not be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or otherwise transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written consent of TimeLine. 13. General Conduct of Auction: TimeLine shall have absolute discretion as to lots offered for sale, lots withdrawn and the conduct of any Auction. TimeLine shall have absolute discretion to refuse entry, decline bids and expel any person from the Auction whether present in person or by agent or proxy or attending by way of any electronic media or telecommunications. 14. Viewing: all Lots are available to view. All prospective Bidders are advised to view any Lot(s) prior to bidding and the Bidder must form their own opinion before bidding. Public viewing arrangements will be advised in advance of the Date of Sale and private viewing can be arranged at the TimeLine premises by appointment. 15. Lot Descriptions: all Lots are offered ‘as seen’ and ‘as is’ and are available for inspection. The Buyer is obligated to make all and any enquiries he wishes as to the accuracy and authenticity of any sale description (including Condition, Dating and Attributions, as set out in clauses 5-7).The principle of caveat emptor applies except where expressly excluded by operation of law. While materials (such as catalogues) are vetted by an external committee of experts, TimeLine do not make or give any guarantee, warranty or representation or undertake any duty of care in relation to the description, illustrations or photographs of any Lot, including condition, quality, provenance, authenticity, background, style, period, age, origin, value and estimated selling price. TimeLine undertakes no obligation to examine, investigate or carry out any tests either in sufficient depth or at all to establish the accuracy or otherwise of any description or opinions given by TimeLine whether in the catalogue or elsewhere. Lots comprising Groups are sold strictly subject to them not being returnable for any reason whatsoever; the provisions set out under clause 43 are specifically excluded in respect of such Lots. For coins that have been authenticated, graded and encapsulated ('slabbed') by an independent grading company, no guarantee of any kind is offered by TimeLine. Buyers should note that removal or attempted removal from any slab will immediately void any independent guarantee that might have been offered by that grading company. 16.

Condition Reports: All Lots are

available for inspection. TimeLine will provide a report on the physical condition of any Lot on request. Bidders should note that reports are provided as a free service to interested Bidders. Descriptions therein are not warranties and all Lots are offered ‘as seen’ and ‘as is’. 17. Estimates: estimates are for general guidance only and Lots may sell outside their indicated range(s). Bidders must make their own assessment as to the value of any Lot and conduct their bidding accordingly. 18. Reserves: Lots may be subject to a Reserve Price set by the Seller, at a level not exceeding the low estimate, below which bids cannot be accepted; TimeLine reserves the right to bid on behalf of a Seller, up to the amount of any Reserve Price. 19. Buyer’s Premium: the Buyer’s Premium is 27% of the Hammer Price [inclusive of VAT] for all successful Bidders. Use of the TimeLine Auctions online inhouse bidding service is free of additional charge. For those using any other internet bidding platforms, the provider’s normal charges at up to 6% (inclusive of VAT) will be payable by the Buyer in addition to the Buyer’s Premium. 20. Registration and Bidding: all prospective Bidders must register their personal details with TimeLine before bidding and a Bidder Number will be allocated for their use in relation to a specific sale; prospective Bidders will be asked to provide proof of identity and address. TimeLine reserves its right to refuse any Bidder or any Bid at its discretion. A deposit in accordance with clause 27 may be required before accepting any Bid(s). The Bidder Number must be shown by Bidders to the Auctioneer when placing a bid and by the successful Bidder when the Lot is Knocked Down. The auctioneer shall conduct the Auction at his sole discretion for all matters, accept Bids from any source and may exercise bids on behalf of absent Bidders or on behalf of Sellers up to any Reserve Price. Bidding shall be in pounds sterling only and generally in accordance with the increments set out below: a. £0 to £99 – in increments of £5 b. £100 to £199 – in increments of £10 c. £200 to £499 – in increments of £20 d. £500 to £999 – in increments of £50 e. £1000 to £1999 – in increments of £100 f. £2000 to £4,999 – in increments of £200 g. £5000 to £9,999 – in increments of £500 h. £10000 to £19,999 – in increments of £1,000 i. £20000 to £49,999 – in increments of £2,000 j. £50000 to £99,999 – in increments of £5,000 k. £100,000 to £249,999 – in increments of £10,000 l. £250,000 and up – in minimum increments of £20,000 21. Absentee Bidding/Auto Bidding: Registered Bidders may leave absentee/auto Bids in advance of a live Auction directly through the TimeLine website or in writing by mail, email, fax or other delivery means and will be automatically exercised at the Reserve Price or at one bid increment above any competing Bid up to the submitted maximum Bid amount. 22. Commission Bidding: while Bidders are advised to attend the Auction and to bid


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in person, TimeLine will accept written instructions in advance of a live Auction from a Registered Bidder to personally execute bids on behalf of the Bidder up to a stated maximum. Unlimited bids or bids to ‘buy’ will not be accepted. In the event of identical bids being received from more than one Bidder, the earliest received will have priority. TimeLine offers this as a free service for live Auctions but] no liability is accepted for any errors in bidding or in the event that a Bid is not placed. A deposit may be required In accordance with clause 27. 23. Internet Bidding: live, real-time bidding is available to Bidders through the TimeLine website for all live Auctions. Bidders intending to use any other internet bidding service must Register in advance with that service and the provider’s normal charges at up to 6% (VAT inclusive) will be payable in addition to the Buyer’s Premium. It is entirely the responsibility of the Bidder using any bidding service to ensure that Bids are made accurately; Bids cannot be retracted once made and are binding on the Bidder in all circumstances. TimeLine are not responsible for any technical or other failure which results in Bids not being received. 24. Telephone Bidding: facilities for telephone bidding are available at live Auctions at the discretion of TimeLine for Bidders on Lots with a low estimate in excess of £250 and must be booked and confirmed in advance. It is a condition for acceptance by TimeLine of any telephone bidding request that the Bidder undertakes to execute a minimum Bid at the low estimate sum. TimeLine offers telephone bidding as a free service but no liability is accepted for any errors or in the event that a connection cannot be made or is interrupted before the Lot is Knocked Down. 25. Agents: all Bidders making Bids through any means shall be deemed to be acting as principal in their bidding and shall be directly and fully liable for all Bid amounts, Buyer’s Premium and any other charges or costs. If any prospective Bidder wishes to appoint a person to bid on their behalf, then this must be agreed and authorised in writing by TimeLine in advance of the Auction. A deposit may be required in accordance with clause 27. 26. Value Added Tax: VAT is charged and invoiced on an inclusive basis, under the auctioneer’s margin scheme on all Buyers’ Premiums and other charges; Buyers resident outside the EU should note that there is no relief or exemption from VAT. For such items as investment gold, modern jewellery and gemstones including where marked with a ‘dagger’ (†) symbol, VAT on the Hammer Price will be payable in addition. 27. Deposits: Timeline reserves the right to request a deposit in certain circumstances. The amount of the deposit will be set by Timeline. If a Bid is not placed the deposit will be paid back within a reasonable timeframe after the close of the auction. In case of a successful bid, the deposit will be reduced from the Purchase Price payable by the Buyer. 28. Payment: the Purchase Price becomes due and payable when the Lot is Knocked Down by the Auctioneer. Requests and Statements detailing the purchase information will be sent out by email or post; Bidders may be telephoned or otherwise contacted when payment is not received promptly or where there are queries in any respect. a. The full Purchase Price must be paid in Pounds Sterling and can be made by bank transfer (for transfers from outside the UK, subject to payment of an additional £10 overseas bank transaction fee), by cash up to the value of £7,000, by cheque from a UK bank (subject to clearance) or by bank debit card or credit card (up to a maximum of £500). It is the responsibility of the Buyer to ensure that TimeLine receives the correct amount payable.

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b. Unless agreed by TimeLine in writing in advance of the Auction, the Buyer must pay the Purchase Price in full in cleared funds to TimeLine by no later than 4.30pm on the third working day following the Date of Sale. In case of delayed payment, clause 32 applies. 29. Title, Risk and Insurance: Title to any Lot is retained by the Seller until the Purchase Price and all other sums payable by the Buyer have been paid in full in cleared funds to TimeLine; at this point, Title will transfer from the Seller to the Buyer. Risk for the Lot passes to the Buyer at the time the Lot is Knocked Down to the Bidder. TimeLine does not hold property insured after the Lot has been Knocked Down. 30. Collection of Lots and Storage: Once the Buyer has paid the Purchase Price in full, TimeLine will release the Lot to the Buyer for collection. The Buyer must collect, or arrange the collection of, all purchases from the location advised by TimeLine by 4.30pm on the seventh working day following the Date of Sale. TimeLine may provide the Buyer with a quotation and contact details for the services of Mail Boxes Etc on TimeLine documentation (any storage/shipping contract is between the Buyer and Mail Boxes Etc). The Buyer may arrange a service of their choice for collection, packing and shipping services. Lots not collected by the seventh working day following the Date of Sale will be moved to storage at a transfer cost of £20 plus VAT per Lot and storage charges will thereafter be applied at the rate of £1.90 plus VAT per Lot per day until collected; no Lots may be removed/released to the Buyer until all storage and transfer costs have been paid in full. In the event that the accrual of storage charges reaches 50% of the Hammer Price paid or after the expiration of three months from the transfer date, whichever occurs first, Timeline reserve the right to re-sell any and all Lots stored without notice and in any manner at their sole discretion and to apply any proceeds in defrayment of such costs. The Buyer will be entitled to receive any credit balance above the amount of the costs on request but will remain liable for any deficit. 31. Delivery by TimeLine: at the absolute discretion of TimeLine, TimeLine may, on request, directly arrange delivery of certain Lots to the address registered to the Buyer, on payment by the Buyer to TimeLine of any advised handling and delivery charge. 32. Remedies for Buyer’s Failure to Make Payment and/or Remove Lots: if the Purchase Price and/or all sums payable are not paid in full when they fall due and/or the Lot is not removed in accordance with these terms, TimeLine may without further notice to the Buyer be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights: a. To terminate the agreement immediately for breach of contract; b. To retain possession of the Lot; c. To remove and/or store the Lot at the Buyer’s expense, as detailed at clause 30at a cost to the Buyer of £20 + VAT for the transfer per Lot plus a daily cost of £1.90 plus VAT per Lot for the storage; d. To take legal proceedings against the Buyer for payment of any sums due to TimeLine by the Buyer; e. To be paid interest on any monies due to TimeLine at the annual rate of 8% per annum from time to time to be calculated on a daily basis from the date upon which such monies became payable until the date of actual payment; f. To sell the Lot without a Reserve Price at Auction or by any other means and apply any proceeds against the amount owing by the Buyer to TimeLine; g. To apply any monies received from the Buyer in payment or part payment of any sums due from the Buyer to TimeLine under these terms; h. To refuse to allow the Buyer to register for a future Auction or to reject a bid from

the Buyer at a future Auction.

to enforce any of these terms.

33. Limitation of Liability: The Auctioneer has obtained insurance cover in respect of its own legal liability for individual claims. The limits and exclusions in this clause reflect the insurance cover the Auctioneer has been able to arrange and the Buyer is responsible for making his own arrangements for the insurance of any excess loss.

42. Governing Law: these terms and conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation (including noncontractual disputes or claims) shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales.

Timeline will under no circumstances be liable to the Buyer, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, arising under or in connection with the contract for: a. any loss of profits, sales, business or revenue b. loss of business opportunity c. an indirect or consequential loss. Our total liability to you for all losses arising under or in connection to the contract, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, will in no circumstances exceed £500. Nothing in the Contract limits any liability which cannot legally be limited, including but not limited to liability for: a. death or personal injury caused by negligence; b. fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; and c. breach of the terms implied by section 12 of the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1979 (title and quiet possession). This clause 33 shall survive termination of the Contract. 34. Buyer’s Indemnity: the Buyer agrees to indemnify TimeLine on a full indemnity basis against all legal and other costs, all losses and expenses incurred as a result of TimeLine taking steps under clause 33. 35. Use of your personal information: TimeLine will only use the Seller’s personal information as set out in their privacy policy. TimeLine may amend this policy from time to time. Where Timeline processes any personal data, it will comply with the requirements and obligations under the Data Protection Legislation. 36. Anti-Money Laundering: TimeLine’s Anti-Money Laundering Policy sets out TimeLine’s policy for ensuring compliance anti-money laundering legislation that applies to some of TimeLine’s activities. TimeLine may amend this policy from time to time. 37. Sale of Goods Act: The terms implied by sections 13 to 15 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded. 38. Severance: If any provision or partprovision of these terms and conditions is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it shall be deemed modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid, legal and enforceable. If such modification is not possible, the relevant provision or partprovision shall be deemed deleted. Any modification to or deletion of a provision or part-provision under this clause shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the rest of the terms and conditions. 39. Amendments: TimeLine may amend these Terms and Conditions from time to time. Please check our website for our latest terms and conditions. 40. No waiver: No failure or delay by TimeLine to exercise any right or remedy provided under the these Terms and Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor shall it prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy. 41. Third-Party rights: These Terms & Conditions are between Timeline and a Seller. No other person shall have any rights

43. Jurisdiction: the Bidder irrevocably agrees that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims). At the sole discretion of TimeLine, the auctioneer may instigate any proceedings within the jurisdiction of the bidder's country of residence. 44. Disputes: in the event that the Buyer has any dispute in relation to any Lot, not being a Lot described as a Group, Collection or other term indicating that the lot comprises more than one object, (such lots being sold cannot be returned in accordance with clause 15), which has been sold, that dispute must be notified to TimeLine in writing within 14 days following the Date of the Sale in order that TimeLine can hold the proceeds pending resolution of the dispute. In the event of deliberate forgery being claimed for any Lot, the Buyer shall submit two opinions in writing from recognised experts for consideration; the inability of different experts to agree shall not be sufficient grounds. No liability is accepted by TimeLine for any costs/losses of the Buyer, including but not limited to fees, shipping, loss of profit, consequential costs or any other matters beyond the Hammer Price and Buyer's Premium. In all cases, any item must be returned to TimeLine, strictly in the condition it was in at the date of the sale being held; Buyers are advised that any form of destructive examination or testing undertaken will result in claims being rejected; claims resulting from results of tests under a scientific process not generally accepted for use at the Date of the Sale or which were unreasonably expensive in relation to the estimates for the lot or impractical or likely to have caused damage to the Lot at the Date of the Sale will not be allowed. TimeLine will have no liability to the Buyer after a period of 14 days as then TimeLine will release monies and make payments to Sellers.

Seller’s Terms and Conditions 1. Interpretations and Definitions: the following terms generally apply within these Terms and Conditions; other terms are defined within specific sections following: Auctioneer – the firm TimeLine Auctions Ltd (“TimeLine” hereafter) or its authorised auctioneer, acting as Agent for the Seller. TimeLine is a company registered in England and Wales (company no: 06873501) with registered office at 40 Kilmarnock Drive, Luton, LU2 7YP, UK. The website and telephone number are https://timelineauctions.com and +44 (0) 1277 815121. Agent – a person or body acting on behalf of another. ALR – Art Loss Register - All lots with an upper Estimate value of £1,000 and above and all ancient Western Asiatic lots are searched against the Art Loss Register database. Auction – a sale event whether taking place live in real-time or of extended duration (Timed Auction). Bid – a sum offered by a Bidder to purchase the Lot. Bidder – the person offering a Bid. Buyer – the person who the Lot is Knocked Down to. Date of Sale – the date on which the Auctioneer Knocks Down the Lot. Data Protection Legislation –all applicable

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data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time in the UK including the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (83) (GDPR); the Data Protection Act 2018; the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive 2002/58/EC (as updated by Directive 2009/136/EC) and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 (SI 2003/2426) as amended, and any and all applicable national data protection laws made under or pursuant to the GDPR, as may be amended or superseded from time to time. Estimate – the estimate for any Lots as set out in the Property Receipt. Group – any Lot comprising more than one item. Hammer Price – the amount of the winning bid when Knocked Down by the Auctioneer to a Bidder. Knock(ed/ing) Down – the act of the Auctioneer in bringing the Hammer down to complete the contract for the sale of the Lot to the Bidder submitting the highest bid. Lot – the goods for sale. Net Proceeds-the Hammer Price less the Selling Commission and any charges or expenses levied at Timeline’s discretion in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. Purchase Price – the total sum due for any Lot, including the Hammer Price, the Buyer’s Premium, any internet bidding fees, any shipping charges, taxes, duties or any other costs payable to TimeLine. Reserve Price – the minimum Hammer Price at which a Lot may be Knocked Down Seller – the person offering the Lot for sale. Selling Commission – the sum due to TimeLine from the Seller in accordance with clause 10. Timed Sale –in relation to an unsold Lot, a 28 day timeframe to allow a sale post Auction in accordance with clause 15. Title – legal rights of ownership of the Lot. Unsold Fee – 6% (VAT inclusive) of the Reserve Price. Withdrawal Fee – the fee payable to TimeLine in the event the Seller withdraws a Lot in accordance with clause 14, which shall be 6% (VAT inclusive) of the low Estimate or Reserve Price, whichever is higher.

Purchase Price and all other sums payable by the Buyer have been paid in full in cleared funds to TimeLine; at this point, Title will transfer from the Seller to the Buyer. Risk for the Lot passes to the Buyer at the time the Lot is Knocked Down to the Bidder. TimeLine does not hold any Lot insured after the Lot has been Knocked Down.

2. Application: the singular includes the plural and vice versa and any reference to ‘he’, ‘she’ or ‘it’ applies to all of them.

This clause 8 shall survive termination of the Contract.

3. Basis of Contract: a. These terms and conditions apply to the exclusion of any other terms that the Seller seeks to impose or incorporate, or which are implied by trade, custom, practice or course of dealing. b. Each Seller is required to read the terms and conditions attached to the Property Acceptance/Receipt and acknowledges that he/she has read, accepted and acknowledged the terms of such attachment, in advance of signing the same. c. As auctioneer, TimeLine acts solely for, and in the interest of, the Seller. 4. Copyright: all cataloguing text, images and other material published by TimeLine (including in relation to any Lot) whether physically or electronically is the property of TimeLine and may not be reproduced, stored in any retrieval system or otherwise transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written consent of TimeLine. Timeline does not guarantee that a device accurately displays the colours and condition of a Lot. 5. Rights to Photographs, Illustrations and Documents: the Seller grants to Timeline full and absolute right to photograph or illustrate any Lot and to use such photographs or illustrations, and any photographs, illustrations or documents provided by the Seller, at any time and at TimeLine’s absolute discretion (whether or not in connection with any Auction). 6. Title, Risk and Insurance: Title to any Lot is retained by the Seller until the

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7. Seller’s Representations and Warranties: in submitting any Lot for sale, the Seller warrants and represents to TimeLine the matters set out in the Property Acceptance/Receipt and Seller’s statement of provenance. The Seller will be asked to provide proof of identity and address. 8. Limitation of Liability: The Auctioneer has obtained insurance cover in respect of its own legal liability for individual claims. The limits and exclusions in this clause reflect the insurance cover the Auctioneer has been able to arrange and the Seller is responsible for making his own arrangements for the insurance of any excess loss. Timeline will under no circumstances be liable to the Seller, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, arising under or in connection with the Contract for: a. any loss of profits, sales, business or revenue; b. loss of business opportunity; and c. an indirect or consequential loss. TimeLine’s total liability to the Seller for all losses arising under or in connection to the Contract, whether in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, will in no circumstances exceed £500. Nothing in these terms and conditions limits any liability which cannot legally be limited, including but not limited to liability for: a. death or personal injury caused by negligence; b. fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; and c. breach of the terms implied by section 12 of the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1979 (title and quiet possession).

9. Seller’s Indemnity: the Seller shall indemnify and hold TimeLine harmless from all claims and all direct, indirect or consequential losses (including loss of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and similar losses), costs, proceedings, damages and expenses (including legal and other professional fees and expenses) awarded against or incurred or paid by TimeLine as a result or in connection with: a. any breach of the warranties referred to in clause 7; b. any claim made against TimeLine concerning the authenticity of any Lot; c. any alleged or actual infringement, whether or not under English law, of any third party’s Intellectual Property Rights or other rights arising out of the Auction or sale of the Lot. 10. Selling Commission: The standard rate of selling commission payable to TimeLine shall be 18% of the Hammer Price (VAT inclusive). 11. Additional Charges: TimeLine may levy additional charges regarding: a. Collection of goods from Seller’s premises, storage of goods submitted for sale by a Seller and storage of Lots unsold in accordance with clause 15; b. Further charges at the discretion of TimeLine on advance warning to the Seller for any unusual research, special or additional imaging, testing, consultation with external specialists, conservation, cleaning or other services concerned with presenting the Lot, including VAT or other taxes or duties as applicable. c. All items submitted for sale in the

'Western Asiatic' category (other than items designated as 'style') and all lots over £1000 will incur an administration charge of £6.00 (VAT inclusive) per item for additional checking, including searches against the ALR. 12. Lots: all goods submitted to TimeLine will be lotted, catalogued and offered by live auction sale, limited timed auction sale, 'buy it now' direct sale or other method at the sole discretion of TimeLine; antiquities, antiques and collectables Lots with a low Estimate of £200 or less and coin Lots with a low Estimate of £100 or less will not normally be illustrated in any printed catalogue and printed text entries may be minimised (images and full text will always be shown on the TimeLine website); Estimates are provided for information only and Hammer Prices may differ from the estimated range. 13. Reserve Price: The Seller may set a Reserve Price on any Lot where the low Estimate exceeds £120 subject to agreeing that an Unsold Fee will become payable to Timeline for any such Reserved Lot which fails to sell; in addition the Seller agrees that the auctioneer may accept a bid received at one bid increment or 10% of the Reserve Price (whichever is higher) below the Reserve Price sum if necessary to sell the Lot. 14. Withdrawal of Lots: Once entered for sale, Lots may be withdrawn by the Seller only upon the agreement of TimeLine and payment to TimeLine of the Withdrawal Fee; a Withdrawal Fee will also be payable should any post-Sale offer be received in accordance with clause 14 but not accepted by the Seller. TimeLine reserves the absolute right to withdraw any Lot from sale for any reason in which circumstance no Withdrawal Fee will be payable. The Seller is thereafter responsible for collection of any Lot which has been withdrawn and clause 15 applies. 15. Unsold Lots and Storage: in the event that a Lot is not sold no Selling Commission is payable unless the Lot was subject to a Reserve Price in which case a sum of 6% (VAT inclusive)of the Reserve Price is payable by the Seller to TimeLine. TimeLine shall retain possession of unsold Lots for a period of twenty-eight days from the date of any Auction for entry into any Timed Sale or against the possibility of receiving post-Sale offers for such Lots. The Seller is thereafter responsible for collection of any unsold goods immediately after this period and Lots will be released after any charges due have been paid in full. Lots not removed by 4.30pm on the seventh working day after the due date will be moved to storage at a transfer cost of £20 plus VAT per Lot and storage charges will thereafter be applied at the rate of £1.90 plus VAT per Lot per day until collected; no Lots may be removed until any storage or other amounts due to TimeLine have been paid in full. In the event that the accrual of storage charges reaches 50% of the Reserve Price or after the expiration of three months from the transfer date, whichever occurs first, Timeline reserve the right to re-sell any and all Lots stored without notice and in any manner at their sole discretion and to apply any proceeds in defrayment of such costs. The Seller will be entitled to receive any credit balance above the amount of the costs on request but will remain liable for any deficit. 16. Payment to Sellers: the Net Proceeds of the Auction will become due and payable to the Seller 30 days following the Date of Sale provided that TimeLine have received cleared payment of the Purchase Price in full from the Buyer. 17. Use of your personal information: TimeLine will only use the Seller’s personal information as set out in their privacy policy. TimeLine may amend this policy from time to time. Where Timeline processes any personal data, Timeline will comply with the requirements and obligations under the Data Protection Legislation.

18. Anti-Money Laundering: TimeLine’s Anti-Money Laundering Policy sets out TimeLine’s policy for ensuring compliance with anti-money laundering legislation that applies to some of TimeLine’s activities. TimeLine may amend this policy from time to time. 19. Sale of Goods Act: The terms implied by sections 13 to 15 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 are, to the fullest extent permitted by law, excluded. 20. Severance: If any provision or partprovision of these terms and conditions is or becomes invalid, illegal or unenforceable, it shall be deemed modified to the minimum extent necessary to make it valid, legal and enforceable. If such modification is not possible, the relevant provision or partprovision shall be deemed deleted. Any modification to or deletion of a provision or part-provision under this clause shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the rest of the terms and conditions. 21. Amendments: TimeLine may amend these Terms and Conditions from time to time. Please check our website for our latest terms and conditions. 22. No waiver: No failure or delay by TimeLine to exercise any right or remedy provided under the these Terms and Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that or any other right or remedy, nor shall it prevent or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy. 23. Third-Party rights: These Terms & Conditions are between Timeline and a Seller. No other person shall have any rights to enforce any of these terms. 24. Governing Law: these terms and conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter or formation (including noncontractual disputes or claims) shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales. 25. Jurisdiction: each party irrevocably agrees that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with these terms and conditions or its subject matter or formation (including non-contractual disputes or claims).


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Since its founding, TimeLine has connected thousands of collectors with ancient art, introducing new enthusiasts to the joy of collecting and providing a platform for established collectors to develop and expand their collections. Through our beautiful catalogues, website, viewing days and rostrum auctions in central London, we invite you to learn about, enjoy and own antiquities from across the ancient world. Our auctions bring together unique pieces from ancient civilisations ranging from Ancient Egypt, Early Medieval Europe and the classical Mediterranean to the ancient cultures of India and Southeast Asia, China and the pre-Columbian Americas. TimeLine has developed an unmatched network of collectors, dealers, agents and experts to offer you some of the largest collections of ancient art. Each lot in our auction has been expertly researched, catalogued and professionally photographed, supported by TimeLine’s customer satisfaction guarantee. In this process we are proud to draw on the expertise of our consultants and specialists, respected and recognised experts in their fields, to provide our customers with the highest level of service and trust. For collectors, working with TimeLine is a mutual relationship that grows with every acquisition. Our experienced and passionate staff are committed to bringing ancient art closer to each and every client, regardless of experience and budget, providing them with the opportunity to acquire ancient art with confidence. TimeLine Auctions also provides a comprehensive and confidential selling and valuation service.

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