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COINS 29 MAY 2021

8000 Primary Phase - Aethelred of Mercia - Runic Sceatta. 680-710 AD. Obv: Runic inscription for Aethelred in two lines within triple beaded border. Rev: porcupine with lines below. 0.98 grams. S. 780; See SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon 1), 421 for a possible die duplicate. Good very fine; irregular flan. Rare. £500 - 700 Property of a Suffolk collector; purchased at Hanswell Antiques Centre, Yorkshire, before 2006.

8001 Primary Phase - Series BIAi - Sceatta. 680-710 AD. Obv: profile bust right within snake biting tail inner circle with ] OO V[ partial legend. Rev: bird right on cross with annulet each side within snake biting tail, inner circle with VA[ ] VHM partial legend. 1.01 grams. S. 777, see SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon 1), 83, for very similar example. Good very fine. £200 - 300 Property of a Suffolk collector; by inheritance from Bob Robinson, 2000.

8002 Primary Phase - Series B1Aii - Bird on Cross Sceatta. 680-710 AD. Obv: profile bust right with single diadem within serpent inner circle (head at 5 o'clock) with ]NAH[ partial legend. Rev: bird right on cross with pellet before and annulet each side within serpent inner circle (head at 4 o'clock) with ]OOO VH[ partial legend. 1.16 grams. S. 777; see SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon 1), 93-94 for similar examples. Good very fine. £100 - 140 Property of a Suffolk collector; by inheritance from Bob Robinson, 2000.

8003 Primary Phase - Series BII - Bird on Cross Sceatta. 680-710 AD. Obv: profile bust right within serpent inner circle (head at 7 o'clock) with ]V IIIA[ partial legend. Rev: bird right on cross with small cross before and annulet each side with ]VAV +[ partial legend. 1.10 grams. S. -; see SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon 1), 99-104 for very similar examples. Good very fine; flan clipped. £150 - 200 Property of a Suffolk collector; by inheritance from Bob Robinson, 2000.

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8004 Primary Phase - Series C1 - TOTI Sceatta. 680-710 AD. Obv: profile bust right with Runic letters before and oV behind. Rev: standard with T T I I around central O with symbols around perimeter. 1.18 grams. S. 779; see SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon 1), 121 for similar example. Good very fine. £100 - 140 Property of a Suffolk collector; by inheritance from Bob Robinson, 2000.

8005 Primary Phase - Aethelred of Mercia - Runic Sceatta. 680-710 AD. Obv: Runic Aethelred in two lines across centre within single beaded border. Rev: porcupine with lines below. 1.23 grams. S. 780 variant; see SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon 1), 425 for similar obverse; see M.134-5, M.p.120-4. Near as struck. Rare. £800 - 1,000 Property of a West Sussex, UK, gentleman; found by his grandfather in West Sussex in the early 1990s.

8006 Continental Issues - Series E - VICO Sceatta. 695-740 AD. Obv: porcupine with triangles below. Rev: standard with pellets and VICO with pseudo legend around. 1.30 grams. S. 790A; see SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon 1), 318 for very similar example. Near as struck. £150 - 200 Property of a Suffolk collector; purchased at Hanswell Antiques Centre, Yorkshire, before 2006.

8007 Continental Issues - Series E, VICO Variety 3 - Porcupine Sceatta. 695-740 AD. Obv: zoomorphic porcupine with annulet and lines below. Rev: standard with V - I - C clockwise around O. 1.14 grams. S. 790A ; see SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon 1), 337 for very similar example. Extremely fine. £90 - 120 Property of a Suffolk collector; purchased at Hanswell Antiques Centre, Yorkshire, before 2006.

8008 Continental Issues - Series E Variety G1 - Plumed Bird Sceatta. 695-740 AD. Obv: plumed bird 'porcupine' right. Rev: standard with four horizontal lines with pellet at outer ends around pellet-in-annulet. 1.21 grams. S. 790C; see SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon1), 343-346 for very similar examples. Extremely fine. £90 - 120 Property of a Suffolk collector; purchased at Hanswell Antiques Centre, Yorkshire, before 2006.

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8009 Offa - Canterbury / Udd - Portrait Penny. 780-792 AD. Light coinage. Obv: profile bust right with +OFFA REX legend. Rev: small cross within circle and piles with + V D D legend separated by pellet rosettes for the moneyer Udd at Canterbury mint. 0.84 grams. S. 905; N. 315; Chick 136c (probable die match to this coin); CEB 33. See Early Medieval Corpus, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, reference EMC 2020.0418 (this coin). Very fine. Extremely rare; only three others recorded by Chick. £2,000 - 3,000

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8013 George III - 1817 - Gold Half Sovereign. Dated 1817 AD. Last coinage. Obv: profile bust with date below and GEORGIUS III DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned arms with BRITANNIARUM REX FID DEF legend. 3.89 grams. S. 3786; Marsh/Hill 400. Good fine; suspension loop sometime removed. £300 - 400 Property of an Essex gentleman.

Found near Ely, Cambridgeshire, 2020; this lot has been checked against the Interpol Database of stolen works of art and is accompanied by AIAD certificate number no. 10627-172860.

8010 Harold I (Harefoot) - Thetford / Brunstan - Fleur de Lis Penny. 1038-1040 AD. BMC type VI. Obv: profile bust left with sceptre and shield and +HAROLD RECX legend. Rev: long voided cross with pellet in double circle at centre with fleur and two pellets in angles dividing BRV NST ANO N E legend without initial cross for the moneyer Brunstan at Thetford mint. 1.14 grams. S. 1165; N. 803a; Hildebrand -; MEC 8, 2083; EMC 1040.1403 (die duplicate). As struck. Rare; without the usual initial cross at start of reverse legend. £1,200 - 1,700

8014 George IV - 1825 - Gold Half Sovereign. Dated 1825 AD. Laureate bust. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIUS IIII D G BRITANNIAR REX F D legend. Rev: crowned arms with emblems below and ANNO left and date right. 3.98 grams. S. 3803; Marsh/Hill 406. Good very fine. £300 - 400 Property of an Essex gentleman.

Property of a North London gentleman. Harold Harefoot was a son of Cnut and initially served as regent from 1035 AD for his brother Harthacnut while Harthacnut was in Denmark; Harold, after receiving support from earl Leofric and others, was crowned in 1037; his nickname of Harefoot, according to medieval chronicles, referred to him being 'swift of foot'; after Harold's death in 1040, Harthacnut finally succeeded to the throne.

8015 Belgic - 'Philip of Macedon' - Imitative Quarter Stater. 1st century BC. Obv: profile bust right of good style. Rev: degraded Nike in chariot right with single horse. 1.72 grams. Good fine. Scarce. £180 - 240 Property of a North London gentleman.

8011 Stephen - Castle Rising / Rodbert - Cross and Piles Penny. 1150-1154 AD. BMC type VI. Obv: profile bust left with sceptre and +STIEFNE: legend. Rev: cross fleury with pile and triple annulets in angles and +RODBERT:ON:RIS legend for the moneyer Rodbert at Castle Rising mint. 1.15 grams. S. 1281; N. 879; see EMC 1300.0184 (Wicklewood Hoard) for very similar example, a possible die duplicate. Near as struck; dark tone. Very rare; very few recorded and better than those shown on EMC. £2,000 - 3,000 Property of a North London gentleman; this lot has been checked against the Interpol Database of stolen works of art and is accompanied by AIAD certificate number no. 10732-173148.

8012 z Henry V - London - Halfgroat. 1413-1422 AD. Obv: facing bust with broken annulet left of crown within tressure with HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGLIE Z F legend. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV and CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint. 1.28 grams. S. 1771; N. 1391. Fine. £120 - 160 Property of a Kent, UK, collector; acquired at a UK auction before 2019.

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8016 Catuvellauni - Tasciovanus - Warrior Unit. 25 BC-10 AD. Obv: bearded head left with cross of pellets before. Rev: warrior riding right, pellet sun behind, TASCIA before. 0.70 grams. S. 230; BMC 1667-1668; ABC 2610. Very fine. Very rare. £250 - 350 From a private UK collection. The Catuvellauni (meaning 'war chiefs') emerged in the 1st century BC to become arguably the most powerful ancient tribe in southeast Britain. They were probably a Belgic tribe, originating as part of the third phase of Celtic settlers in Britain. Prior to the Roman conquest in the 1st century AD, the tribe occupied an area north of the River Thames and was prospering economically. Tasciovanus was king of the Catuvellauni. Known only through numismatic evidence, the he was the first of his dynasty to strike coins, which have been discovered over a wide area including Surrey, Essex and Oxfordshire.

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8017 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. 17.14 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8018 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. 17.26 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

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8022 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. 17.07 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine, small test nick. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8023 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. 17.17 grams. Sear 2526. Very fine. £300 - 400 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8024 z 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. 17.14 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8019 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. 17.15 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8020 z 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. 17.14 grams. Sear 2526. Near extremely fine. £300 - 400 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8021 z 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. 17.17 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

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8025 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. 17.14 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8026 z 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. 17.16 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

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Coins 8033 z 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. 17.19 grams. Sear 2526. Near extremely fine. £300 - 400 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8034 z Tiberius (reign of) - Phoenicia - Tyre - Eagle Shekel. 17-18 AD. Tyre mint, dated year 143. Obv: laureate bust of Melquart right. Rev: TY OY IE KAI A Y OY legend with eagle, wings closed, standing left on prow of galley, palm branch over shoulder; and club in left field, K over M monogram in right field, aleph between legs. 13.94 grams, 24mm. Cohen Shekels of Tyre, 507; RPC I 4656; Prieur 1416. Very fine. £250 - 350 8027 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. 16.95 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700

Property of a North London gentleman. It is coins of this type which are believed to have been used to pay Judas Iscariot his '30 pieces of silver' for his betrayal of Jesus, as described in the bible (New Testament, Matthew 26.15).

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

8028 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. 17.15 grams. SNG Copenhagen 31; Sear Greek 2526. Extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a South London gentleman; from an old classical coin collection.

8029 z 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. 17.08 grams. Sear 2521. Almost extremely fine. £500 - 700 Property of a North London gentleman.

8035 Galba - Securitas As. December 68 AD. Rome mint. Obv: SER SVLPI GALBA IMP CAESAR AVG P M TR P legend with laureate bust right, globe at tip of bust. Rev: SECVRITAS P ROMANI legend with Securitas seated left with right hand on head, left hand on throne arm with lighted altar before; SC in exergue. 15.25 grams. RIC 506; Sear -. Very fine, tooled. £500 - 700 From the private collection of Antony John Scammell (1937-2019); acquired on the UK art market between 1960-2000. The first ruler in the Year of the Four Emperors (69 AD). Believing that Nero was planning his assassination, Galba accepted an invitation from Vindex, a governor in Gaul, to lead a rebellion against the emperor. Nero's Praetorian Guard switched its allegiance to Galba, shortly after which Nero attempted suicide. His nerve faltering, the emperor forced his private secretary to complete the task. Galba then marched on Rome and was proclaimed emperor by the Senate, but quickly created enemies, resulting in his assassination.

8036 z Domitian - Fortuna 'Broad Flan' AE As. 87-88 AD. Broad 'medallic' flan, Rome mint. Obv: IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XIII CENS PER P P legend with laureate bust right. Rev: FORTVNAE AVGVSTI legend with Fortuna standing left holding rudder and cornucopia; S - C across fields. 12.05 grams. Cf. Sear 2805. Near extremely fine; very broad flan. Rare thus. £200 - 300 8030 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. 17.17 grams. Sear 2526. Near extremely fine. £300 - 400

Property of a North London gentleman; previously priced, when thought to be a sestertius, at £156 on 3 December 1934, with envelope.

Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8031 z 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. 17.20 grams. Sear 2526. Near extremely fine. £300 - 400 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8032 z 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. 17.11 grams. Sear 2526. Good very fine. £300 - 400 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

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8037 Diadumenian - Emperor Standing AR Denarius. 217 AD. Rome mint. Obv: M OPEL ANT DIADVMENIAN CAES legend with bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PRINC IVVENTVTIS legend with emperor standing left, head right, holding standard and sceptre, two additional standards to right. 3.35 grams. RIC IV, 102; RSC 3; Sear 7449. Good very fine. £200 - 300 Property of a North London gentleman.

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8038 Hostilian - Mars AR Antoninianus. 251 AD. Rome mint. Obv: C VALENS HOSTIL MES QVINTVS N C legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: MARTI PROPVGNATORI legend with Mars advancing right, holding shield and spear. 4.11 grams. RIC 177b; RSC 15; Sear 9556. Good very fine. £120 - 170 Property of a North London gentleman.

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8042 Carausius with Diocletian - London - Pax AE Antoninianus. 292-293 AD. London mint. Obv: IMP C DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG legend with radiate and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PAX AVGGG legend with Pax standing left holding olivebranch and transverse sceptre; S - P across fields, mintmark M L XXI in exergue. 4.02 grams. RIC V(ii), p.552, 9; Sear 12690. Near extremely fine. £120 - 170 Property of a North London gentleman.

8039 Laelianus - Victory AE Antoninianus. 269 AD. Mainz mint. Obv: IMP C LAELIANVS PF AVG legend with radiate and cuirassed bust right. Rev: VICTORIA AVG legend with Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm. 2.98 grams. RIC 9; Cohen 4; Elmer 625; Sear 11111. Extremely fine. £700 - 900 Property of a North London gentleman.

8040 Marius - Victory AE Antoninianus. 269 AD. Treveri or Mainz mint. Obv: IMP C M AVR MARIVS AVG legend with radiate and cuirassed bust right. Rev: VICTORIA AVG legend with Victory standing left, holding wreath in right hand and palm in left. 3.65 grams. RIC V, 17; Sear 11124. Extremely fine. Rare. £120 - 170 Property of a North London gentleman.

8043 Carausius with Maximianus - London - Pax AE 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, mintmark M L XXI in exergue. 4.01 grams. RIC V(ii), 34; Sear 13158. Almost extremely fine. £120 - 170 Property of a North London gentleman.

8044 Anastasius I - Gold Victory Solidus. 491-518 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: D N ANASTASIVS P P AVG legend with helmetted and cuirassed three quarter facing bust. Rev: VICTORIA AVGGG legend with officina letter I after and Victory standing left holding long mono-grammatic cross; star in left field, mintmark CONOB in exergue. 4.26 grams. Sear 5; DO 7; BMC 2-5 variant (officina letter). Good very fine; shallow scrape on nose. £400 - 500 Property of an Essex gentleman.

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8041 Probus - Providentia AE Antoninianus. 280 AD. Ticinum mint. Obv: IMP C M AVR PROBVS AVG CONS III legend with radiate bust left, wearing imperial mantle, holding eagle-tipped sceptre. Rev: PROVIDENT AVG legend with Providentia standing left holding globe and transverse sceptre; Q in left field, mintmark SXXI in exergue. 4.04 grams. RIC 493; Sear 12014. £180 - 240

8045 Justin I - Gold Angel Solidus. 518-529 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: D N IVSTINVS P P AVG legend with helmetted and cuirassed three-quarter facing bust. Rev: VICTORIA AVGGG legend with officina letter S after and angel standing facing holding long cross and globus cruciger; star in right field, mintmark CONOB in exergue. 2.93 grams. Sear 56; DO 2; BMC 1-6 variant (officina letter). Good very fine; flan clipped. £300 - 400

From the property of a London, UK, gentleman; formerly in a Swiss collection in the 1990s.

Property of an Essex gentleman.

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8046 Heraclius - Gold Cross on Steps Solidus. 610-641 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: Heraclius in centre between Heraclius Constantine to right and Heraclonas to left, standing facing. Rev: VICTORIA AVGh legend with officina letter after and cross on steps with monogram (Sear type 21) to left and B to right fields; mintmark CONOB in exergue. 4.40 grams. Sear 767; DO 41; BMC 59. Almost very fine. £300 - 400

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8050 German States - Frankfurt - Sigismund - Gold Gulden. 1410-1437 AD. Obv: globus cruciger in quatrefoil with +SIGISMVND ROMNORVM REX legend. Rev: St John standing facing with MONET NOC FRANCFOR legend. 3.41 grams. Fr. 937. Near very fine. £300 - 400 Property of an Essex gentleman.

Property of an Essex gentleman.

8047 Theophilus - Gold Portrait Solidus. 829-842 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: EOFILOS BASILE legend with crowned bust facing wearing chlamys holding patriarchal cross and akakia. Rev: +MIXAHL S CONSTANTIN legend with facing busts of Michael II on left and Constantine on right; small cross between heads. 4.39 grams. Sear 1653; DO 3; BMC 4-10. Near very fine. £300 - 400

8051 India - Western Gangas of Mysore - Gold Pagoda. 10801138 AD. Anonymous type. Obv: caparisoned elephant standing right with characters above. Rev: floral scrolls. 3.84 grams. Fr. 288; OCTV 1, 702. Very fine. £150 - 200 Property of an Essex gentleman.

Property of an Essex gentleman.

8048 Romanus I and Christopher - Gold Solidus. 921-931 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: +IHS XPS REX REGNANTIVM* legend with nimbate Christ enthroned facing with right hand raised in benediction, left holding gospels. Rev: ROMAN ET XPISTOFO AVGG b legend with facing busts of Romanus left and Christopher right holding long patriarchal cross between. 4.27 grams. Sear 1745; D.O. 7; BMC 35-38. Very fine; flan clipped. £200 - 300

8052 Spain - John II - Seville - Gold Dobla de la Banda. 14061454 AD. Seville mint. Obv: arms of Leon and Castille with mintmark 'S' at top and +IOHANES DEI GRACIS REX CASTELLE legend. Rev: arms with +IOHANES DEI GRACIS REX LEGION legend. 4.56 grams. Fr. 112; LME 1, 1515. Good very fine. Scarce. £800 - 1,000 Ex Suffolk, UK, collection.

From the private collection of Mr A C, London, UK; part of his family's collection since the 1970s.

8049 Romanus III - Gold Histamenon Nomisma. 1028-1034 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: +IHS XIS REX REGNANTVM legend with nimbate Christ enthroned facing, raising right hand in benediction, holding gospels in left. Rev: CE R legend with nimbate Mary to right crowning Romanus to left standing facing with six pellets to robe pleat below globus cruciger; MO above. 4.39 grams. Sear 1819; D.O. 1; BMC 1-3. Good very fine. £300 - 400

8053 Switzerland - Geneva - 1796 - 12 Florins/9 Sols. Dated 1796 AD. Obv: arms within wreath with GENEVE REPUBLIQUE L'AN V DE LEGALITE legend. Rev: IHS at centre of sunburst with date below and POST TENEBRAS LUX XII FLORINS IX SOLS legend. 30.11 grams. KM# 112; Dav. 1770. Good very fine. £200 - 300 Property of an Essex gentleman.

Property of an Essex gentleman.

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8054 Pahlavi - Reza Shah - Silver-Gilt Order Jewel. 1925-1941 AD. A silver-gilt breast or similar jewel depicting an eight-pointed star with white enamel arms alternating with gilt branches; at the centre an enamelled profile portrait of the Shah within a double gilt wreath and crown above; the reverse plain; in a later hinged case. 113 grams total, medal 57.46 grams, 57mm diameter. Barac III, -; also not listed in Medals, Orders and Decorations of Iran - Pahlavi Period. Extremely fine; minor contact marks to obverse, some abrasion to reverse gilding from being worn. Possibly unique. £3,000 - 4,000 From an important private collection of Qajar and Pahlavi Shahs; this lot has been checked against the Interpol Database of stolen works of art and is accompanied by AIAD certificate number no. 10659-174254. This fine quality piece does not seem to be listed against any of the known or catalogued chivalrous or presentation orders of the Pahlavi Dynasty; it also has no obvious signs of having any means of affixing to a backing or for suspension, yet the reverse of the piece shows distinct wear to the gilding, obviously arising from being in close contact with a surface over a considerable period of time.

8055 Pahlavi - Mohammad Reza Shah - Order of Haft Peykar Jewel. 20th century AD. A silver jewel with obverse depicting the seven stars of the Pleiades against a blue enamel background to centre within a border of rosettes set against white enamel and with outer border of seven palmettes against blue enamel; with red enamelled crown link piece to suspension ring; the reverse plain; held in the original red box of issue with gilt arms applied to lid and printed silk interior showing the Persian lion and sun below a crown, with wreath around. 18.94 grams (84.63 grams total), 31mm (case 95 x 75mm). See Medals, Orders and Decorations of Iran - Pahlavi Period, p.90, for a very similar 3rd class jewel of this order, without enamel; see Younessi, Dr O. James, Orders Decorations and Medals of the Empire of Iran - The Pahlavi Era, pp.166-167, for information on this award. Good extremely fine. £600 - 800 From an important private collection of Qajar and Pahlavi Shahs. The Pleiades, sometimes known as the Seven Sisters, as depicted on this piece are located in the constellation of Taurus; this group of stars have played an important role in navigation and mythology for many cultures throughout history; the order was awarded to females only and this particular jewel is believed to be of the third class, from a late period in the Pahlavi Empire, perhaps dating the the 1965-1975 period.

8056 Pahlavi - 1969 - CENTO Shooting Medal. Dated 1969 AD. Obverse depicting crossed rifles above the Persian lion and sun at centre with pale blue background and MEMORY OF * CENTO * SMALL ARMS * COMPETITION inscription around, within gilded wreath with crown above and four flags showing behind and panel below with IMPERIAL IRANIAN ARMY / 1969 inscribed in two lines; the reverse with two pins and retainers affixing the badge to the leather backing with buttonhole suspension slot. 17.24 grams total, 83mm tall to leather backing. See Medals, Orders and Decorations of Iran - Pahlavi Period, p.492, for identical pieces for the years 19701972; see Younessi, Dr O. James, Orders Decorations and Medals of the Empire of Iran - The Pahlevi Era, p.301, for an example dated 1964. Extremely fine. £200 - 300 From an important private collection of Qajar and Pahlavi Shahs. CENTO was the Central Treaty Organisation, formed in 1955 by Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Turkey and the UK (with the USA joining the military committee in 1958) as a military alliance against Russian influence in the region during the Cold War era; the Organisation was dissolved in 1979; it was intended to operate in a similar way to the successful NATO in Western Europe but CENTO never achieved the same recognition and internal strife for some of the members undermined it; the use of a leather backing piece with buttonhole suspension is a quite common feature of medals and badges of this era.

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8057 John - Kings Lynn / Willelm - SC Cut Halfpenny.

£40 - 60

8096 Vespasian - Alexandria - AE Diobol.

£20 - 30

8058 John - London - Short Cross Cut Halfpennies [5].

£50 - 70

8097 Diocletian - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8059 Henry II - Short Cross Cut Halfpennies [4].

£40 - 60

8098 C. Censorinus - N Pompilius and A Markius As.

£60 - 80

8060 John to Henry III - Canterbury - SC Halfpennies [3]. £40 - 60

8099 Anonymous Issue - Roma Denarius.

£40 - 60

8061 Edward III - London - Pre Treaty Groat.

8100 L Calp Piso and Q Antonius Ballbus - AR Denarii [2]. £30 - 40

£80 - 100

8062 Henry VIII - London - Halfpenny.

£40 - 60

8101 C Vibius C f Pansa - Minerva Denarius.

£60 - 80

8063 17th C - Kent - Brookland - Eve - Token Farthing.

£40 - 60

8102 Trajan Decius - Antioch - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£60 - 80

8064 17th C- Kent - Brookland - Eve - Token Halfpenny.

£40 - 60

8103 Trajan Decius - Victory AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8065 17th C - Kent - Leeds - Benson - Token Farthing.

£40 - 60

8104 Trajan Decius - Genius of Illyricum AR Antoninianus. £15 - 20

8066 17th C - Kent - Chilham - Odden - Token Halfpenny. £60 - 80

8105 Trajan Decius - Dacia AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8067 17th C - Kent - Ashford - Flint - Token Farthing.

£40 - 60

8106 Phillip I (The Arab) - Roma AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8068 Edward VII - 1902 - Royal Mint Proof Set Case.

£90 - 120

8107 Phillip I (The Arab) - Felicitas AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8069 Victoria - 1887JH Arabic - 4/- and 2/6 [2].

£50 - 70

8108 Phillip I (The Arab) - Laetitia AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8070 Edward VII - 1903 - RM Maundy Money Case.

£20 - 30

8109 Phillip I (The Arab) - Annona AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8071 Dobunni - Cotswold Eagle AR Unit.

£40 - 60

8110 Phillip I (The Arab) - Liberalitas AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8072 Danubian Celts - Imitative Alexander Tetradrachm. £80 - 100

8111 Phillip I (The Arab) - Annona AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8073 Danubian - Imitative Alexander Tetradrachm.

8112 Phillip I (The Arab) - Fides Militum AR Antoninianus. £15 - 20

8074 Coritani - South Ferriby - Plated Stater.

£80 - 100 £100 - 140

8113 Phillip I (The Arab) - Felicitas AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8075 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus Tetradrachm.

£60 - 80

8114 Phillip I (The Arab) - Annona AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8076 Sicily - Panormos as Ziz.

£30 - 40

8115 Phillip I (The Arab) - Aequitas AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8077 Sicily - Agrigentum Conical Cast Hexas or Dionkion. £60 - 80

8116 Gordian III - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8078 Pisidia - Selge - Stag Fraction.

£20 - 30

8117 Gordian III - Victory AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

£100 - 140

8118 Gordian III - Jupiter AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8079 Sicily - Melita - AE Sextans. 8080 Sicily - Melita - Isis AE.

£50 - 70

8119 Gordian III - Emperor AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8081 Sicily - Melita - Curule Chair AE.

£40 - 60

8120 Gordian III - Sol AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8082 Pisidia - Selge - Thunderbolt Chalkous.

£20 - 30

8121 Gordian III - Mars AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8083 Phrygia - Apamaea - Eagle Bronze.

£30 - 40

8122 Gordian III - Emperor AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8123 Gordian III - Apollo AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8124 Gordian III - Emperor sacrificing AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8125 Gordian III - Apollo AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8084 Macedonia- Alexander III - C/M Tetradrachm. 8085 Ionia - Kolophon - Homer and Apollo Aes. 8086 Seleukos I - Elephant Biga Drachm.

£100 - 140 £30 - 40 £100 - 140

8087 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus Drachm.

£40 - 60

8126 Gordian III - AR Antoninianus Group [10].

8088 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus Drachm.

£40 - 60

8127 Probus - Sol Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8128 Tacitus - Felicitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8089 Syracuse - Agathokles - AE Litra.

£80 - 100

£100 - 140

8090 Amisus - Aes.

£40 - 60

8129 Hadrian - Egypt - Sacrificing Hemidrachm.

8091 Italy - Rhegium - Lion Bronze.

£40 - 60

8130 Plautilla - Pietas Denarius.

£40 - 60

8092 Pamphylia - Side - Nike Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8131 Constantine I - London Mint - Concordia Follis.

£40 - 60

8093 Mixed Denarii Group [3].

£40 - 60

8132 Maximian - Genius Follis.

£30 - 40

8094 Diocletian - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8133 Trajan - She Wolf Quadrans.

£20 - 30

8095 Maximianus - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8134 Faustina II - Juno 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

£100 - 140

13


Coins

14

TimeLine Auctions

8135 Probus - Emperor and Jupiter Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8173 Gordian III - Antioch in Pisidia - Nike Bronze.

8136 Gallienus - Pegasus Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8174 Herennia Etruscilla - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8137 Probus - Providentia AE Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8175 Herennia Etruscilla - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8138 Philip I (The Arab) - Virtus AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8176 Augustus - Himyarites - Hemidrachm.

8139 Gordian III and Philip I - AR Antoninianii [4].

£30 - 40

8177 Trajan Decius - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8140 Vespasian to Severus Alexander - Denarii [11].

£30 - 40

8178 Philip II - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8141 Tacitus - Pax Silvered Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8179 Philip II - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8142 Tacitus - Felicitas Billon Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8180 Caracalla - Billon Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8143 Tacitus - Mars Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8181 Caracalla - Billon Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8144 Tacitus - Aequitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8182 Macrinus - Billon Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8145 Tacitus - Pax Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8183 Caracalla - Billon Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8146 Tacitus - Providentia Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8184 Caracalla - Billon Tetradrachm.

£30 - 40

8147 Tacitus - Pax Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8185 Caracalla - Syro-Phoenician - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8148 Tacitus - Felicitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8186 Probus - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8149 Probus - Mars Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8187 Aurelian - Alexandria - Ae Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8150 Probus - Felicitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8188 Aurelian - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8151 Probus - Felicitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8189 Gordian III - Alexandria - Ae Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8152 Probus - Felicitas Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8190 Tacitus - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8153 Probus - Fides Militum Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8191 Aurelian and Vabalathus - Alexandria - Tetradrachm. £20 - 30

8154 Probus - Abundantia Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8192 Postumus - Hercules Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8155 Salonina to Probus - Antoninianii Group [10].

£20 - 30

8193 Probus - Abundantia Silvered AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8156 Magnentius - Barbarous Two Victories Bronze.

£20 - 30

8194 Gordian III - Apollo AR Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8157 Crispus - London - Wreath Centenionalis.

£20 - 30

8195 Probus - Laetitia Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8158 Empress Sestertii [5].

£30 - 40

8196 Gallienus - Abundantia Silvered Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8159 Constantius Gallus - Spearing Horseman Nummus.

£20 - 30

8197 Julia Domna - Pudicitia AR Denarius.

£40 - 60

8160 Marius - Felicitas AE Antoninianus.

£60 - 80

8198 Faustina II - Fecunditas Denarius.

£60 - 80

8161 Gallienus and Claudius II - AE Antoninianii [10].

£50 - 70

8199 Marcus Aurelius - Italia Sestertius.

£50 - 70

8162 Diocletian - Jupiter AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8200 Trebonianus Gallus - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8163 Claudius II Gothicus - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm. £20 - 30

8201 Herennius Etruscus - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8164 Claudius II Gothicus - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm. £20 - 30

8202 Trajan Decius - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8165 Salonina - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8203 Trajan Decius - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8166 Philip I - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8204 Gordian III - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8167 Carinus - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8205 Trebonianus Gallus - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8168 Probus - Alexandria - AE Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8206 Otacilia Severa - Billon Tetradrachm.

£50 - 70

8169 Galerius - Alexandria - Unpublished Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8207 Late Bronzes Group [111].

£100 - 140

£100 - 140

£200 - 300

8170 Aurelian and Vabalathus - Alexandria - Tetradrachm. £20 - 30

8208 Probus and Aurelian - AE Antoninianii [5].

£50 - 70

8171 Claudius II Gothicus - Alexandria - Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8209 Faustina I and Later Small Bronzes Group [6].

£60 - 80

8172 Probus - Hercules AE Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8210 Geta - Genius 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

8211 Otacilia Severa - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8249 Tacitus - Felicitas AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8212 Otacilia Severa - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8250 Probus - Virtus AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8213 Septimius Severus - Fortuna AR Denarius.

£25 - 35

8251 Probus - Fides Militum AE Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8214 Otacilia Severa - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8252 Constantine I (the Great) - London - Sol Follis.

£40 - 60

8215 Diocletian - Carthago AE Follis.

£20 - 30

8253 Probus - Sol AE Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8216 Julia Domna - Concordia AR Denarius.

£30 - 40

8254 Probus - Trophy and Captives AE Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8217 Postumus - Moneta Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8255 Probus - Facing Quadriga AE Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8218 Postumus - Moneta Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8256 Maximian - Hercules AE Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8219 Postumus - Moneta Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8257 Probus - Emperor Crowned AE Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8220 Postumus - Moneta Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8258 Probus - Quadriga AE Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8221 Postumus - Pax Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8259 Probus - Temple AE Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8222 Macrinus - Parium Mysia - Genius Bronze.

£50 - 70

8260 SC Bronze.

£20 - 30

8223 Macrinus - Parium - Capricorn Bronze.

£50 - 70

8261 Vabalathus with Aurelian - Portrait AE Antoninianus. £30 - 40

8224 Caracalla - AR Jupiter Antoninianus.

£60 - 80

8262 Licinius I - Two Captives Bronze.

£30 - 40

8225 Macrinus - Antioch - SC Bronze.

£20 - 30

8263 Constantine II - Wreath Bronze.

£30 - 40

8226 Tiberius - Antioch - SC Bronze.

£20 - 30

8264 Basil II and Constantine VIII - Miliaresion.

£70 - 90

8227 Caracalla - Antioch - SC Bronze.

£20 - 30

8265 Maurice Tiberius - M Follis.

£20 - 30

8228 Elagabalus - Antioch - SC Bronze.

£20 - 30

8266 Justin II and Sophia - M Follis.

£20 - 30

8229 Elagabalus - Antioch - SC Bronze.

£20 - 30

8267 Justin II and Sophia - M Follis.

£20 - 30

8268 Leo VI - Inscription Follis.

£20 - 30

8230 Thrace - Octavia - Hera Bronze.

£100 - 140

8231 Herennia Etruscilla - Pudicitia AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8269 Heraclius - M Follis.

£20 - 30

8232 Otacilia Severa - Concordia AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8270 Alexius III Angelus Comnenus - Christ Trachy.

£20 - 30

8233 Phillip II - Emperor AR Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8271 Basil II and Constantine VIII - Anonymous Follis.

£40 - 60

8234 Constantine I (the Great) - Wreath Bronze.

£30 - 40

8272 Michael VIII Palaeologus - Michael Trachy.

£20 - 30

8235 Crispus - Wreath Bronze.

£30 - 40

8273 Constans II - AE 40 Nummi.

£20 - 30

8236 Constantine I (the Great) - Two Captives Bronze.

£30 - 40

8274 Anastasius I - Large M AE Follis.

£30 - 40

8237 Constantine II - Two Captives Bronze.

£30 - 40

8275 Justin II - Half Follis.

£20 - 30

8238 Constantine I (the Great) - Two Captives Bronze.

£30 - 40

8276 Switzerland - St Gall - 1739 - 15 Kreuzer.

£40 - 60

8239 Postumus - Rhine Reclining AE Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8277 Sweden - Frederick I - 1750 - 1 Ore.

£30 - 40

8240 Macrinus - Fides AR Denarius.

£100 - 140

8278 France - Paris - 1792 - Token 5 Sols.

£60 - 80

8241 Magnus Maximus - Roma AR Siliqua.

£100 - 140

8279 France - Paris - 1791 - Token 5 Sols.

£20 - 30

8242 Severus Alexander - Emperor Standing Sestertius.

£40 - 60

8280 France - Paris - 1791 - Token 5 Sols.

£20 - 30

8243 Lucilla - Vesta Sestertius.

£30 - 40

8281 France - Louis-Philippe - 1841 - 5 Centimes.

£20 - 30

8244 Nerva - Fortuna Dupondius.

£20 - 30

8282 France - Mixed Coppers Group [11].

£30 - 40

8245 Gallienus - Emperor and Captive Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8283 Russia - Catherine II - 1786 - 5 Kopecks.

£20 - 30

8284 China - AE Cash and Other Money Group [54].

£50 - 70

8285 France - Carolingian - Bourges - Lothaire - Denier.

£60 - 80

8286 Islamic and Other Coin Group [23].

£50 - 70

8246 Divus Carus - Eagle AE Antoninianus.

£100 - 140

8247 Mixed Denarii Group [9].

£50 - 70

8248 Late Bronzes Group [91].

£250 - 350

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

15


Coins

8287 France - Amiens - 1920 & 1921 - 5 and 10 Centimes £10 - 14

8325 Hobbs - British Iron Age Coins.

£30 - 40

8288 Islamic - Arab-Byzantine - Standing Caliph Fals.

£20 - 30

8326 Coinage in the Iron Age - Simone Scheers.

£30 - 40

8289 France - Louis XVI - 1791 AA - 1 Sol.

£20 - 30

8327 British Medal Titles [2].

£30 - 40

8290 France - Louis XVI - 1791 I - Sol.

£20 - 30

8328 British Battles and Medals.

£30 - 40

8291 Islamic - Fatimid - al-'Aziz - 1/2 Dirham.

£50 - 70

8329 Strandberg - Queen Lovisa Ulrika Literature.

£30 - 40

8292 Islamic - Fatimid - al-'Aziz - 1/2 Dirham.

£50 - 70

8330 Barnard - Casting Counter and Counting Board.

£30 - 40

8293 Islamic - Fatimid - al-Mu'izz - 1/2 Dirham.

£50 - 70

8331 Royal Numismatic Society - Coin Hoards [6].

£50 - 70

8294 Islamic - Fatimid - al-'Aziz - 1/2 Dirham.

£50 - 70

8332 British Museum - Roman Provincial Coinage IX [2].

£50 - 70

8295 Islamic - Fatimid - al-'Aziz - 1/2 Dirham.

£50 - 70

8333 British Museum - Roman Provincial Coinage II [2].

£40 - 60

8296 Islamic - Fatimid - al-'Aziz - 1/2 Dirham.

£50 - 70

8334 British Museum - Roman Provincial Coinage I [2].

£70 - 90

8297 Islamic - Fatimid - al-'Aziz - 1/2 Dirham.

£50 - 70

8335 British Museum - Roman Provincial Coinage VII (1). £40 - 60

8298 USA - 1818 - Coronet Cent.

£50 - 70

8336 Metcalf - Thrymsas and Sceattas [Volume 2].

8299 USA - 1840 - Braided Hair Cent.

£30 - 40

8337 Mass - J P Mass Collection.

8300 Esiquibo and Demerary - 1813 - 1/2 Stuiver.

£40 - 60

8338 Harvey - Winchester Studies 8 - Winchester Mint.

£40 - 60

8301 USA - 1917 D Type 1 - Standing Liberty 1/4 Dollar.

£30 - 40

8339 Kazan - Coinage of Islam.

£40 - 60

8302 Islamic - Umayyad - Dirham.

£10 - 15

8340 Sofaer Collection - Coins of the Holy Land [2].

£40 - 60

8303 France - Metz - Gros.

£50 - 70

8341 Romano-British Coin Hoard Titles [2].

£40 - 60

8304 Islamic - Arab-Byzantine - Abd al-Malik - Fals.

£20 - 30

8342 SCBI - Herbert Schneider Collection of Gold [3].

£50 - 70

8305 Bermuda - George III - 1793 - Penny.

£20 - 30

8343 American Numismatic Society - Fides.

£40 - 60

8306 France - Henry II - 1554 - Half Teston.

£30 - 40

8344 Islamic Coinage Titles [3].

£30 - 40

8307 Wurttemburg - Karl Eugen - 1759 - 15 Kreuzers.

£40 - 60

8345 Islamic Coinage Titles [2].

£60 - 80

8308 Vatican - Gregory XVI - College of Rome Medal.

£30 - 40

8346 Continental Medal Titles [2].

£50 - 70

8309 Brazil - Pedro II - 1841 - Gilt Medallion.

£30 - 40

8347 Hunter Cabinet - Byzantine and Medieval Coins.

£20 - 30

8310 Belgium - Leopold II - 1887 - Inauguration Medal.

£30 - 40

8348 Bull - English Silver Coinage Since 1649.

£30 - 40

8311 Vatican - Leo XIII and Pius X - Bronze Medals [2].

£30 - 40

8349 RNS - Coinage of the Opountian Lokrians.

£40 - 60

8350 Roman Imperial Coinage VIII.

£30 - 40 £30 - 40

8312 Royal Caledonian Curling Club Silver Medal.

£100 - 140

£30 - 40 £80 - 100

8313 Victoria - 1897 - RM Small Silver Medal.

£30 - 40

8351 Roman Imperial Coinage Volume II Part 1.

8314 Royal Numismatic Society - Sasanian Coins [2].

£50 - 70

8352 Jones - Dictionaries of Greek and Roman Coins [2]. £20 - 30

8315 Boutin - Pozzi Collection Greek Coins [2].

£30 - 40

8353 de Caro - Money in Rome and Italy [3].

£50 - 70

8316 Naismith - Coinage of Southern England [2].

£50 - 70

8354 Mack and Hobbs - Celtic Coin Titles [2].

£30 - 40

8317 English 17th Century Token Titles [3].

£40 - 60

8355 New Linder Collection and Coin Tray Group [4].

£20 - 30

8318 Mitchiner - Indian Medals and Tokens Titles [2].

£40 - 60

8356 New Lindner Coin Tray Group [5].

£20 - 30

8357 New Linder and Prinz Coin Tray Group [5].

£20 - 30

8358 New Linder Coin Tray Group [5].

£20 - 30

8319 Sear - Roman Coins and Their Values [5].

16

TimeLine Auctions

£100 - 140

8320 Sear - Greek Coin Titles [3].

£40 - 60

8321 Diler - Islamic Mints [3].

£60 - 80

8322 Deppert-Lippitz - Die Munzpragung Milets [V].

£10 - 20

8323 Schulte - Goldprapung Postumus bis Tetricus [IV].

£10 - 20

8324 Harthill - Qing Cash.

£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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