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SIR WILLIAM MATTHEW FLINDERS PETRIE

Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie (1853-1942) first travelled to Egypt in 1880 to survey the Great Pyramid of Giza. In 1884 he was hired by Amelia Edwards, founder of the Egyptian Exploration Fund, to conductexcavations on behalf of the society. Little did Edwards know that the 30-year-old Flinders Petrie was to become the father of modern Egyptology. Petrie’s mother and father, a scholar and surveyor, educated Petrie at home. His grandfather, Captain Matthew Flinders, was the first known circumnavigator of Australia. Inspired by his family’s achievements, Petriestarted surveying British prehistoric monuments as a teenager, beginning with the late Romano-British camp close to his family home in Charlton, near Greenwich. At the age of 19, he produced the most systematic and accurate survey of Stonehenge to have been achieved at that time. The sites discovered and explored by Petrie number amongst the most ancient and important in ancient Egypt: Hawara, Aswan, Amarna, Thebes and Ramesseum to name but a few. Petrie’s innovative thinking gave birth to the development and application of seriation in Egyptology, a method which links styles of pottery with particular time periods to establish the chronology of a site. When Petrie discovered the Merneptahstele, the earliest known historical reference to Israel, he said: “This stele will be better known in the world than anything else I have found.” Although he received little formal education, Petrie penned copious numbers of works in his lifetime: ninetyseven books and around nine hundred articles. In 1904, Petrie published ‘Methods and Aims in Archaeology’, the definitive work of his time, in which he observed that research results were dependent on the personality of the archaeologist, who, in addition to a broad knowledge base, had to possess insatiable curiosity. In 1892 Petrie was made Edwards Professor of Ancient Archaeology and Philology at University College London. In 1894 he founded the Egyptian Research Account, which became the British School of Archaeology in 1905. Petrie eventually sold his collection of Egyptian antiquities to University College in 1913 and it is now housed in the Museum of Egyptian Archaeology. In 1923 Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie was knighted for services to British archaeology and Egyptology. In 1926 the focus of Petrie’s work shifted to Palestine, where he began excavating several important sites in the south-west region of the country, including Tell el-Jemmeh and Tell el-Ajjul. Upon his death in Jerusalem on 28 July 1942, Petrie’s body was interred in the Protestant cemetery on Mount Zion, whilst his head was donated by his wife to The Royal College of Surgeons of London.

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The May Fair Hotel, London Antiquities - Tuesday 30 November 2021 (Day 1) 10:00 - Egyptian Antiquities (Lots 1 - 33) - Greek Antiquities (Lots 34 - 62) - Roman Antiquities (Lots 63 - 110) - Byzantine Antiquities (Lots 111 - 132) - Western Asiatic Antiquities (Lots 133 - 230) - Chinese & Far Eastern Antiquities (Lots 231 - 260) - India & Region Antiquities (Lots 261 - 266) - Islamic Antiquities (Lots 267 - 288) - Arms & Armour (Lots 289 - 325) - Stone Age, Bronze Age & Iron Age Antiquities (Lots 326 - 340) - Saxon, Viking & Germanic Antiquities (Lots 341 - 388) - Medieval & Post Medieval (Lots 389 - 449) - Christian Antiquities (Lots 450 - 475) - American Antiquities & Natural History (Lots 476 - 500)

The Court House, Harwich Antiquities - Wednesday 1 December 2021 (Day 2) 10.00 - Egyptian Antiquities (Lots 501 - 561) - Greek Antiquities (Lots 562 - 624) - Roman Antiquities (Lots 625 - 800) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Roman Antiquities (Lots 801 - 831) - Byzantine Antiquities (Lots 832 - 860) - Western Asiatic Antiquities (Lots 861 - 1089) Antiquities - Thursday 2 December 2021 (Day 3) 10.00 - Chinese & Far Eastern Antiquities (Lots 1090 - 1176) - India & Region Antiquities (Lots 1177 - 1221) - Islamic Antiquities (Lots 1222 - 1261) - Arms & Armour (Lots 1262 - 1390) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Arms & Armour (Lots 1391 - 1451) - Stone Age, Bronze Age & Iron Age Antiquities (Lots 1452 - 1533) - Saxon, Viking & Germanic Antiquities (Lots 1534 - 1632) - Medieval Antiquities (Lots 1633 - 1703) Natural History & Coins - Friday 3 December 2021 (Day 4) 10.00 - Post Medieval Antiquities & Books (Lots 1704 - 1805) - Christian Antiquities (Lots 1806 - 1830) - American & Ethnographic (Lots 1831 - 1840) - Natural History (Lots 6000 - 6170) 13:30 - 14:00 Lunch - Coins, Tokens, Medals & Books (Lots 8000 - 8339)

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Property of a Greater Manchester collector since the 1980s; believed found near Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire, UK; thence by descent 1992; recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme (PAS) with reference number FASAMC93A3E; accompanied by a copy of the PAS report; this lot has been checked against the Interpol Database of stolen works of art and is accompanied by AIAD certificate number no.10982-181142.

8000 Catuvellauni - AR Puckeridge Bird Hare Half Unit. 1st century AD. Obv: ring-tailed animal (hare?) right with pellet rosette left and pellet-in-annulet to left and below. Rev: horse left with outline crescent above pellet-in-star below. S. 52; BMC 393-396; ABC 2499. 0.55 grams. Very fine. Very rare. £200 - 300 Ex private collection, Home Counties, UK.

Reece Period 14. The Portable Antiquities Scheme record states: 'This is a find of note and has been designated: For inclusion in British Numismatic Journal ‘Coin Register’ - 'This is the third example of coin with a seated Fortuna on a silver denarius of Carausius. The other two specimens are of RIC 567 with the obverse IMP C CARAVSIVS P F AV. This coin, with the obverse legend IMP CARAVSIVS F AVG, is therefore a new variety. It is likely that the F in the obverse legend is a poorly cut P. The style of the coin is not as compact and neat as that of the other two coins.' Sear states of the 'RSR' mintmark (vol. v, pt. 2, p.508): 'This mint-mark is very unusual; the coins appear to be of London, and may probably be attributed on style and size to the period immediately after the Peace of A.D. 289.'

8004 z Allectus - AE Laetitia Antoninianus. 294-295 AD. London mint. Obv: IMP C ALLECTVS P F AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: LAETITIA AVG legend with Laetitia standing left holding wreath and anchor, S - A to fields; mintmark M L in exergue. RIC v(ii), p.560, 22; Askew 471; Sear 13811. 2.98 grams. Fine; edge ragged. £80 - 100 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8001 Catuvellauni - Tasciovanus - AR Stag Unit. 50 BC-50 AD. Obv: TASCI on tablet on vertical wreath. Rev: stag left head right with pellet-in-annulet right and below with VER left. S. -; BMC -; VA -; ABC 2634; Coin Register 1989, BNJ 59, 1985, no.12 (same type). Celtic Coin Index, reference 001528 (this coin, record printout included); BNJ Chris Rudd List 54, 69 (this coin, stock no. 5796). 1.15 grams. Very fine. Very rare. £400 - 600 Property of a Cambridgeshire gentleman; acquired Chris Rudd (with ticket); formerly with 'Cotswold' collection (with ticket); recorded with Celtic Coin Index, 001528.

8002 z Atrebates and Regni - Verica - AR Wine Cup Minim. 10-40 AD. Obv: wine cup with REX above. Rev: eagle flying right with VERICA COMMI F legend. S. 159; BMC 1572-1578; ABC 1331. 0.33 grams. Good very fine. Rare. £100 - 140 Ex private collection, Home Counties, UK.

8003 Carausius - Unique London Mint - AR Seated Fortuna Denarius. 286-287 AD. 'RSR' mint (possibly London). Obv: IMP CARAVSIVS P AVG legend with laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: FORTVNA AVG legend with Fortuna seated left on wheel, holding rudder and cornucopia; mintmark RSR in exergue. RIC v(ii), p.511, no.567 (variant); RSC 66 variant; see Sear 13518 for general type. See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference FASAM-C93A3E (this coin, with a printout of the PAS record). 3.44 grams Near very fine. Unique. £3,000 - 4,000

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8005 Maximian under Carausius - London - AE Pax Antoninianus. 292-293 AD. Struck under Carausius, London mint. Obv: IMP C MAXIMIANVS P F AVG legend with radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: PAX AVGGG legend with Pax standing left holding olive-branch and sceptre, S - P in fields; mintmark M L XXI in exergue. RIC v(ii), p.555, 34; Sear 13158. 3.79 grams. Near extremely fine. Scarce. £150 - 200 Ex Shlomo Moussieff collection. Issued by Carausius in support of his claim to be a legitimate colleague of the emperors Diocletian and Maximian.

8006 Continental Series - Series E - Sceatta. c.695-740 AD. Obv: degenerate head enclosing bars and symbols. Rev: votive standard with TOTII design. S.790. 1.03 grams. Extremely fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Property of a Greater Manchester collector since the 1980s; thence by descent 1992.

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Property of a Cambridgeshire gentleman; acquired AMR Coins (with ticket); ex Lord Stewartby collection sale 1, lot 84 (with copy of auction catalogue page); bought Baldwin, 1999 (with ticket); this lot has been checked against the Interpol Database of stolen works of art and is accompanied by AIAD certificate number no.10966-179983.

8007 Northumbria - Eadberht - Series Y - Stag Sceatta. 737758 AD. Obv: small cross with EOTBEREhTV legend. Rev: stylised stag left, front leg raised and long tail curled. S.847; M. 455; SCBI 63 (BM Anglo-Saxon I) 759. 0.89 grams. Very fine/extremely fine. [No Reserve] £200 - 300 Property of a Greater Manchester collector since the 1980s; thence by descent 1992.

8011 Beornwulf - East Anglia - Cross Crosslet Penny. 823-825 AD. Group II. Obv: profile bust right with +BEOR[NWVL]FREA legend. Rev: small cross crosslet with [+MO]NNA legend for the moneyer Monna at an East Anglian mint. S. 929; N. 397. 1.02 grams. Large fragment; near as struck. Rare. £150 - 200 Canterbury Auction Galleries, lot 520; ex John Cross Collection.

8008 Northumbria - Eadberht with Abp. Ecberht - AR Archbishop Sceatta. 737-758 AD. Obv: cross in pellet circle with EOTBEREhTV legend with square 'O'. Rev: mitred figure standing right on a 45 degree line, holding a cross in each hand with ECBERT legend. S. 852; cf. Pirie 17; N. 192. 0.96 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £400 - 600 Property of a Greater Manchester collector since the 1980s; thence by descent 1992. Joint issue by the king of Northumbria and the Archbishop of York.

8012 Corvey Abbey - Germanic Cnut 'Quatrefoil Penny'. 11th century AD. Copied from a quatrefoil penny of Cnut (type struck 10171023 AD). Obv: profile bust left within quatrefoil with +SANCTVS VITV legend. Rev: long voided cross over quatrefoil with pellets dividing CVR / BEI / ACI / VIT legend for a mint at Corvey Abbey, northern Germany. With a report by Peter D. Spencer. 1.31 grams. Very fine. Extremely rare. £1,200 - 1,700 Found near Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, 2013. Viking imitations of Anglo-Saxon pennies are rarely seen; this example is believed to have been struck at Corvey Abbey given as CVRBEIA CIVIT on the coin, now part of modern Germany).

8009 Archbishop Wulfred - Canterbury / Saeberht Monogram Penny. 810-815 AD. Group II, transitional monogram type. Obv: facing tonsured bust with large pellet each side and +VVLFREDI ARCHIEPISCOPI legend. Rev: DOROVERNIA C monogram with +SAEBERHT MONETA legend for the moneyer Saeberht at Canterbury mint. S. 888; N. 240. 1.28 grams. Near as struck; slight bend to flan with associated crack. Rare. £400 - 600 Canterbury Auction Galleries, lot 575; ex John Cross Collection.

8013 Edward the Confessor - London / Brunman - Radiate Bust Penny. 1044-1046 AD. BMC type i. Obv: radiate profile bust left with +EDPERDREXA legend. Rev: small cross with +BRVNMANONLV legend for the moneyer Brunman at London mint. S. 1173; N. 816. 0.86 grams. About as struck; fine crack to flan. £150 - 250 Canterbury Auction Galleries, lot 580; ex John Cross Collection.

8010 Offa - London / Ealdnoth - 'Lord Stewartby Collection' Portrait Penny. 780-792 AD. Light coinage. Obv: profile diademed and draped bust left breaking the inner pellet circle with +OFFA+ +REX legend with inverted R. Rev: +EAL / dNOd legend in two lines with pellets in angles of initial cross and with fleur-ended beaded line with pellets in angles between for the moneyer Ealdnoth at London mint. S. 905; N. -; Chick 34a. Chick, Derek, The Coinage of Offa and his Contemporaries, BNS Special Publication No.6, Spink, 2010, coin no.34a (this coin) 1.27 grams. Very fine. The only recorded example for these dies. £4,000 - 6,000

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8014 Edward the Confessor - London / Deorman - Small Flan Penny. 1048-1050 AD. BMC type ii. Obv: diademed bust with +EDPA - DREX (for EDPARD) legend. Rev: short voided cross with +DEORMANONLV legend for the moneyer Deorman at London mint. S. 1175; N. 818. 1.05 grams. Extremely fine. £250 - 300 Canterbury Auction Galleries, lot 575; ex John Cross Collection.

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8015 z German States - Bavaria - Louis IV - Sterling Imitation. 1320-1347 AD. Obv: crowned bust facing with LVDOVICVS ROM REX legend. Rev: long cross pattée and pellets with eagle in first quadrant and MOn / TA / AQV / nSIS legend. Mayhew 332. 1.17 grams. Good fine. £80 - 100 From an old UK collection, 1980s; with ticket.

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8016 Edward III - London - Pre Treaty Groat. 1356 AD. Pre Treaty series F. Obv: facing bust within tressure with EDWARD D G REX ANGL Z FRANC D HYB legend and 'crown' mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEV and CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint. S. 1569; N. 1163. 4.31 grams. Very fine; scratch across bust. £120 - 170 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8017 z Edward III - London - Pre Treaty Groat. 1351-1361 AD. Pre Treaty series G variant. Obv: facing bust within tressure with small pellet over crown and EDWARD D G REX ANGL Z FRANC D HYB legend. Rev: long cross and pellets with annulet in fourth quarter with POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEV and CIVI / T•A•S LON / DON legends for London mint. S. 1570; N. 1197. 4.30 grams. Near very fine. Scarce variant. £70 - 90 'The Sutton' Gilt Edward I Groat Pilgrim's Badge 1279 AD

Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

A pilgrim's badge made from an extremely rare Edward I groat: facing bust with rosette on breast within quatrefoil with flowers in spandrels and +EDWARDVS DI GRA REX ANGL legend, with hook-and-loop attachments for wearing; the reverse of the coin gilded with long cross and pellets dividing DNS / HIBN / E DVX / AQVT and LON / DON / IA C / IVI legends for London mint. 6.96 grams, 28mm (1"). Coin near as struck with near full gilding. Very rare. £2,000 - 3,000

8018 z Edward III - London - Pre Treaty Groat. 1356-1361 AD. Pre Treaty series G. Obv: facing bust within tressure with no trefoils to topmost cusps and +EDWARD D G REX ANGL Z FRANC D HYB legend. Rev: long cross and pellets with +POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEV and LONDON CIVITAS legends for London mint. S. 1570; N. 1194. 4.52 grams. Good fine. £80 - 100

Provenance Found while searching with a metal detector near the village of Sutton, Kent, UK, by Paul Smith on Saturday 1st August 2020; declared as treasure and disclaimed by the crown under Treasure case tracking number 2020T979; accompanied by a copy of the Portable Antiquities Scheme Report (PAS) with reference number KENT-FE6D84; a copy of the Treasure Receipt from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport; a copy of a letter from the British Museum disclaiming the object to the finder; and the Report on find of Potential Treasure to HM Coroner.

Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

Published See Portable Antiquities Scheme, reference KENT-FE6D84 and Treasure Act reference 2020 T979 (this piece). Literature Cf. S.1379E/1379G (£7,250 / £8,500 in VF) variant (with obverse rosette to breast); N.1006 variant; the obverse die has similarities with the Fox types 4 and 1, although the minor details differ from each of these; this die seems to be a variant on those listed in modern standard references. Footnotes The practice of gilding the reverses of Saxon and Medieval silver coins and fitting them with pins and/or hooks to the obverse has been noted since the early periods following the arrival of Christianity and pilgrimage shrines in England. Pilgrim badges and ampullas, usually in tin or lead, are well known and were sold to pilgrims as amulets or souvenirs; small numbers of such badges were formed from silver coins of the time, displaying to view the usual cross design on the reverses, especially at Canterbury for the shrine of St Thomas Becket and these mementoes would have been much more costly so were bought only by the wealthy and few survive today. The large groats (fourpence) of Edward I, although not successful as currency after their issue in 1279, were used in this way and the majority of the groats surviving today have been so gilded and mounted as badges.

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8019 Edward III - York - Pre Treaty Groat. 1354-1355 AD. Pre Treaty series E. Obv: facing bust within tressure with +EDWARD D G REX ANGL Z FRAN D HYB legend. Rev: long cross and pellets with +POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEV and CIVITAS EBORACI legends with nick to limb of V and letters C and E broken at base for York mint. S. 1572; N. 1164. 4.31 grams. Very fine; full flan. £180 240 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

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8020 Edward III - London - Treaty Groat. 1363-1369 AD. Treaty period. Obv: facing bust within tressure with +EDWARD DEI GRA REX AANGL DNS HYB Z AQT legend. Rev: long cross and pellets with +POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEV and LONDON CIVITAS legends for London mint. S. 1616; N. 1252. 4.38 grams. Near very fine. £150 - 200 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8021 z Edward III - London - Reverse Error Legend Treaty Halfgroat. 1363-1369 AD. Treaty period. Obv: facing bust within tressure with ºEDWARDVS REX ANGL DNS HYB legend with annulet before EDWARDVS. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI DEVM AIVTOREM MEV error legend for ADIVTOREM and unbarred A's to reverse with CIVITAS LONDON for London mint. S. 1621; N. 1261; see Greenhalgh p.33, reverse die reference DIG12/LAL29 for this die. 2.15 grams. Good fine. The error legend rare; Greenhalgh records only two reverse dies with this legend form. £60 - 80 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8022 z Henry V - London - Frowning Bust Groat. 1413-1422 AD. Class G, normal 'frowning' bust. Obv: facing bust within tressure with +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. 1767; N. 1388. 3.66 grams. Fine. Scarce. £100 - 140

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8024 Henry VII - London - Facing Bust Groat. 1500-1507 AD. Class IIIc. Obv: facing bust within tressure with out crown arch jewelled and HENRIC DO GRA REX AGL Z FRA legend with 'greyhound's head' mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV and CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint with same mintmark. S. 2199; N. 1705(c). 3.01 grams. Near very fine. £100 - 140 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8025 z Henry VII - London - Facing Bust Groat. 1490-1504 AD. Class IIIc. Obv: facing bust within tressure with HENRIC DI GAR REX AGL Z FR legend and 'anchor' mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV and CIVITAS LONDON legends with same mintmark for London mint. S. 2199; N. 1705(c). 2.69 grams. Good fine. £50 - 70 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8026 z Henry VII - York / Archbishop Savage - Facing Bust Halfgroat. 1504-1509 AD. Obv: facing bust with key each side of neck and without tressure with HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL FR legend and 'martlet' mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV and EBORACI CIVITAS legend for York mint. S. 2214; N. 1715. 1.50 grams. Near very fine; slightly clipped flan. £80 - 100 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8027 Henry VII - Profile Groat. 1504-1505 AD. Regular issue. Obv: profile bust with triple crown band and HENRIC VII DI GRA REX AGL Z FR legend and 'cross-crosslet' mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms with POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV legend and same mintmark. S. 2258; N. 1747. 2.90 grams. Very fine; shallow scratches across bust. £120 - 170 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8023 Henry VII - London - Facing Bust Groat. 1490-1504 AD. Class IIIb. Obv: facing bust with two jewelled crown arches and HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRAN legend with rosette stops and 'escallop' mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets with POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and CIVITAS LONDON legends with Roman M's for London mint. S. 2198A; N. 1705(b). 2.93 grams. Very fine; slightly clipped flan. £140 - 190 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8028 Henry VII - Profile Groat. 1504-1505 AD. Regular issue. Obv: profile bust with triple crown band and HENRIC VII DI GRA REX AGL Z FR legend and 'cross-crosslet' mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms with POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV legend and same mintmark. S. 2258; N. 1747. 2.95 grams. Good very fine. £250 - 350 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

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8029 z Henry VIII - Profile Groat. 1526-1544 AD. Second coinage. Obv: profile bust with HENRIC VIII D G REX AGL Z FRANC legend and 'lis' mintmark. S. 2337E; N. 1797. 2.58 grams. Near very fine. £70 - 90 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8035 George III - 1791 - Gold Half Spade Guinea. Dated 1791 AD. Early coinages, fifth laureate head. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA legends. Rev: crown 'spade' arms with M B F ET H REX F D B ET L D S R I A T ET E legend and date. S. 3735. 4.12 grams. Fine; some scuffs and traces of lustre. £200 300 Found whilst searching with a metal detector near Kirby Mallory, Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8030 Mary - Groat. 1553-1554 AD. Obv: profile bust with MARIA D G ANG FRA HYB REGI legend with worn mintmark after MARIA. Rev: long cross over arms dividing VERITAS TEMPORIS FILIA legend, pomegranate mintmark after veritas. S.2508. 1.98 grams. Fine. [No Reserve] £100 - 140 Property of a Greater Manchester collector since the 1980s; thence by descent 1992.

8031 z Elizabeth I - Second Issue Groat. 1560-1561 AD. Second issue. Obv: profile bust with ELIZABETH D G AN FRA ET HI REGINA legend and 'cross-crosslet' mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms with POSVI DEV AD ADIVTOREM MEVM legend. S.2556. 1.92 grams. Fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Property of a Greater Manchester collector since the 1980s; thence by descent 1992.

8032 z Charles II - 1675 - Farthing. Dated 1675 AD. Milled coinage. Obv: profile bust with CAROLVS A CAROLO legend. Rev: seated Britannia with BRITANNIA LEGEND; date in exergue. S. 3394. 5.81 grams. Near very fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Property of a Norfolk collector.

8033 James II - 1688 - Gold Half Guinea. Dated 1688 AD. Obv: profile bust with IACOBVS II DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: cruciform arms with MAG BR FRA ET HIB REX legend and date. S. 3404. 4.12 grams. Bold fine. Scarce. £900 - 1,200 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

8036 z Mexico - 1793 - Sea Salvage Countermarked 8 Reales Dollar. 18th century AD. Emergency issue. Obv: profile bust with date below and CAROLUS IIII DEI GRATIA legend; with oval countermark. Rev: crowned arms between pillars with HISPAN ET IND REX o/M 8R F M legend for Mexico City mint. S. 3765A. 26.34 grams. About very fine; sea salvage surfaces. £150 - 200 Ex UK market.

8037 z Thomas Johnson - Halifax -1776 - Engraved 8 Reales. Dated 7 July 1776 AD. English (or possibly Canadian?) workmanship, on an 18th century Spanish America 8 Reales. Obv: crested arms of the Johnson family with THOMAS JOHNSON HALIFAX JULY 7 1776 inscription. Rev: sailing vessel flanked by two smaller with landscape behind showing church at left imposing building centre and structures to right surmounted by flag. 22.50 grams. Coin smoothed; engraving extremely fine. Rare. £200 - 300 Ex UK market. The arms of three woolsack and a saltire cross are certainly associated with branches of the Johnson family, originating in Britain but spreading through the colonies; it is possible that the shore view could represent Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada as this view is very similar to an 18th century engraving (copy included).

8038 Victoria - 1881 - Halfcrown. Dated 1881 AD. Young head. Obv: profile bust with date below and VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned arms within wreath with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. S. 3889; ESC 6th 2758. 14.13 grams. Almost uncirculated; toned. £250 - 300 Ex CNG sale; with old collector envelope.

8034 George III - 1775 - Gold Guinea. Dated 1775 AD. Early coinages, fourth laureate head. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned arms with M B F ET H REX F D B ET L D S R I A T ET E legend and date. S. 3728. 8.38 grams. Near extremely fine; some minor light scuffs, with lustre. £1,000 - 1,400 Found whilst searching with a metal detector near Kirby Mallory, Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

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8039 Victoria - 1885 - Sixpence. Dated 1885 AD. Young head, type A5, third head. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITANNIAR REG F D legend. Rev: crown over SIX / PENCE in two lines within wreath with date below. S. 3912. 2.83 grams. Good extremely fine. £80 - 100 Ex CNG sale; with old collector envelope.

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8040 George VI - 1937 - Proof Gold Double Sovereign (£2). Dated 1937 AD. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS VI D G BR OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon; date in exergue. Edge: plain. S. 4075; Wilson & Rasmussen 437. 15.98 grams. Proof; shallow scratch to neck. Rare; only 5,001 struck. £1,200 - 1,700

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8044 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. Sear 2526. 17.07 grams. Good very fine. £300 - 400 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

Property of a Kent collector.

8045 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. Sear 2526. 17.16 grams. Good very fine. £300 - 400 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8041 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. Sear 2526. 17.15 grams. Good very fine, with test nick. £350 - 450

8046 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. Sear 2526. 17.12 grams. Good very fine. £250 - 350 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

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

8042 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. Sear 2526. 17.17 grams. Good very fine. £350 - 450 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8047 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. Sear 2526. 17.17 grams. Good very fine. £250 - 350 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8048 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. Sear 2526. 17.13 grams. Very fine. £200 - 300 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

8049 z Caria - Rhodes - Rose Drachm. 304-166 BC. Obv: head of Helios facing three-quarters to right. Rev: rose with bud on the right. Sear 5052. 3.29 grams, 18mm. Very fine. [No Reserve] £80 - 100 8043 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. Sear 2526. 17.14 grams. Good very fine. £350 - 450 Property of a London gentleman; formerly in a 1980s London, UK, collection.

Property of a Hertfordshire lady; by inheritance; ex David Miller.

8050 z Himera Bronze. 430-409 BC. Hemilitron or Hexonkion. Obv: Head of gorgoneion facing. Rev: Six dots (mark of value). Calciati CNS I, 24; Hoover HGC 472; SNG ANS 180. 15.81 grams, 24mm. Very fine. [No Reserve] £80 - 100 Property of a Hertfordshire lady; by inheritance; ex David Miller.

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8055 z Danubian Celts - AR Imitative 'Macedonian' Tetradrachm. 1st century BC. Obv: plain. Rev: Zeus seated left holding eagle with blundered legend behind; H on side below throne and monogram in left field. DLT 9640. 15.23 grams. Good fine. [No Reserve] £80 - 100 Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the UK art market; previously from an old English collection formed in the 1980s.

8051 Istros - Dolphin and Eagle Drachm. 400-350 BC. Obv: two male heads facing, the right inverted. Rev: ISTRIH above sea-eagle left on dolphin, PR monogram (?) beneath the dolphin. Not in Talmatchi, Canarache, Dima etc. but similar to CNG Mail bid sale 58, lot 337, 18 Sept 2001. 5.16 grams, 19mm. Very fine. [No Reserve] £100 - 140 Property of a Hertfordshire lady; by inheritance; ex David Miller.

8056 Danubian Celts - Imitative 'Macedonian' AR Tetradrachm. 1st century BC. Imitating type of Philip II. Obv: laureate profile bust right; Rev: horse and rider right with VU above, V before and V above back to back L's below; II below raised horse foreleg. DLT 9731. 13.00 grams. Very fine. £100 - 140 Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the UK art market; previously from an old English collection formed in the 1980s.

8052 Sicily - Aitna - AE Hemilitra. 405-401 BC. Obv: [AITNAIW]N around head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet. Rev: horse galloping right, rein trailing behind head; M above. SNG ANS 1301, Calciati 1; Sear 1017. 13.44 grams. Good very fine. £150 - 200 From an old UK collection before 1980.

8057 z Danubian Celts - Imitative AR Drachm. 1st century BC. Imitating type of Philip II. Obv: profile bust left of Herakles in lionskin headdress. Rev: Zeus seated left holding eagle with blundered legend behind; monogram before. Cf. DLT 9646 for type. 2.9 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the UK art market; previously from an old English collection formed in the 1980s.

8053 Sicily - Centuripae - AE Litra overstruck on a Litra of Syracuse. 4th century BC. Struck over Syracuse litra. Obv: wreathed head of Persephone left, dolphins around. Rev: KENTORIPINWN, panther standing left, front right paw raised. BMC 1, SNG ANS 1305, SNG Lloyd 924. SNG Morcom 565. SNG Cop 209, Calciati 1; Sear 1080; Hoover HGC 638. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). 32.4 grams. Very fine. £300 - 400

8058 Gaul - Carnutes(?) - Gold Quarter Stater. 1st century BC. Obv: diademed bust right. Rev: horse left with symbols above. Cf. DLT 5963 for similar type. 1.34 grams. Good fine. £200 - 300 Ex private collection, Home Counties, UK.

Property of a North London collector; acquired in the 1990s.

8059 Gaul - Uncertain 'Inscribed' Potin. 1st century BC. Obv: profile bust left with [ ]ON[ ] legend before. Rev: horse left with pellets above and letters behind. 3.7 grams, 17mm. Very fine. [No Reserve] £100 - 140 Property of an Essex gentleman; acquired on the UK art market; previously from an old English collection formed in the 1980s.

8054 Ptolemy II Philadelphos - Alexandria - Eagle Bronze. 285-246 BC. Obv: laureate bust of Zeus-Ammon right. Rev: TO EMAIOY BA I E legend with eagle standing left on thunderbolt. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 154. 46.69 grams. Good very fine. £80 - 100 Ex UK market; formerly in the Chatton collection before 1981; with 1981 Spink correspondence and an old collector envelope.

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8060 z Celti-Iberian - AR Imitative Roman Denarius. 1st century BC. Imitating a Roman Republican issue denarius. Obv: bearded bust right with NX behind. Rev: warrior riding right holding couched spear with XIMAM blundered legend below. Cf. DLT 1006210120 for similar examples. 3.76 grams. Good very fine. £100 140 Ex private collection, Home Counties, UK.

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Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward. The now generally accepted explanation for these rare, anonymous issues is that suggested by Kraay (NC 1949) who regarded them as propaganda issues struck on behalf of Vitellius for distribution in Rome as bribes against Otho, possibly under the auspices of Fabius Valens; all of them are very rare.

8061 Marc Anthony - Legion VIII Denarius. 32-31 BC. Military mint travelling with Mark Anthony. Obv: ANT AVG III VIR R P C legend with Praetorian galley travelling right, filleted sceptre on the prow. Rev: LEG VIII legend, aquila (legionary eagle) between two standards. Cr. 544/21; Syd. 1225; Sear 1479 variant (legion number). 3.56 grams. Very fine, stamps to obverse. £80 - 100 Ex Naville Numismatics.

8065 Hadrian - Unrecorded Bust Left AR Securitas Denarius. 125-134 AD. Rome mint. Obv: HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS legend with bare headed and draped bust left. Rev: SECVR PVB COS III PP legend with Securitas enthroned left, holding sceptre and supporting head with arm, resting on throne. RIC reference 1126A (forthcoming); see also Wildwinds.com (this coin). 3.045 grams. Near very fine. Unrecorded with bust left; unique. £400 - 600 Found Wiltshire, UK.

8062 Marc Anthony - Legion XX Denarius. 32-31 BC. Military mint travelling with Marc Antony. Obv: ANT AVG III VIR R P C legend with galley right, filleted sceptre on prow. Rev: LEG XX to left and right of aquila between two standards. RSC 57; Syd. 1243; Sear 1479 variant (legion number). 3.58 grams. Good very fine. £120 - 170

8066 z Antoninus Pius - AE Spes Sestertius. 140-144 AD. Rome mint. Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PI-VS PP TRP COS III legend with laureate head right. Rev: illegible legend with Spes standing left, holding flower and raising hem of robe, S-C across fields. RIC III 626; Sear 4223. 22.46 grams. About fine. £80 - 100 Ex Marlow's Auction; from an old UK collection prior to 2000; with old collector's ticket.

Ex D. Adams collections, USA.

8063 Tiberius - AR 'Tribute Penny' Denarius. After 16 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS legend with laureate head right. Rev: PONTIF MAXIM legend with female seated right holding sceptre and branch. RIC 26; BMC 34; RSC 16; Sear 1763. 3.60 grams. Near very fine. £80 - 100

8067 Julia Paula - Mysia - Capricorn Bronze. 219-220 AD. Wife of Elagabalus, Parion mint. Obv: IVLIA PAVLA AVG legend with draped bust right. Rev: capricorn right with cornucopia above; C G I H P below. Lindgren I, 279; see Numismatik Naumann 44, lot 495. 6.21 grams. Good very fine. Rare. £80 - 100 Ex Shlomo Moussieff collection.

Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward. This is the coin type traditionally believed to have been shown to Jesus in the temple, referred to in the Christian new testament, and about which Jesus said 'Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and unto God the things that are God's' (see Mark 12:17, Matthew 22:12 and Luke 20:25).

8068 Diocletian - Abdication AE Follis. 307 AD. Lugdunum mint. Obv: DN DIOCLETIANO P F S AVG legend with laureate bust right wearing imperial mantle, holding olive branch in right hand and mappa in left. Rev: QVIES AVG-VSTORVM legend with Quies standing left, draped, holding branch downwards in right hand and leaning on sceptre with left, N in right field; PLC in exergue. RIC VI Lugdunum 216. 7.30 grams. Good very fine. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 8064 Civil War - Pro-Vitellian Forces - AR Capitoline Jupiter Denarius. March 69 AD. Nemausus (Southern Gaul) mint. Obv: I O M CAPITOLINVS legend with diademed and draped bust of Capitoline Jupiter left. Rev: VESTA P R QVIRITIVM legend with Vesta enthroned left holding patera and torch. RIC 125a; BMC 72; RSC Civil War (Galba) 432; Sear 2082; see Kraay, Colin M., The Coinage of Vindex and Galba, AD 68 and the Continuity of the Augustine Principate, in NC, series 6, vol. 9, 1949, pp.128-149. 3.32 grams. Good very fine. Very rare. £1,500 - 2,000

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8069 z Tyre - Jerusalem - Eagle Shekel. 18-19 AD. Jerusalem mint. Obv: laureate head of Melkart right. Rev: TY OY IE KAI A Y OY legend with eagle standing left on prow, palm branch over shoulder, Phoenician letter Bet between legs; date and upright club in left field, K over monogram in right field. BMC 199; RPC 4657; Cohen DCA Tyre 336; Rouvier 2103. 14.08 grams. Good fine. £250 - 350

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8070 z Manuel I - Comnenus - EL Aspron Trachy. c.11601164 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: Christ Pantokrator standing facing on low dais with IC-XC and stars across fields. Rev: Manuel and Saint Theodore standing facing, each holding a sword and patriarchal cross set on globe between them, pellet on shaft, MAN VH to left, O OC to right. Sear 1959. 4.57 grams. Very fine condition, cracked. £120 - 170

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8074 z Italy - Milan - Berengar I - Denier. 845-924 AD. Obv: small cross and pellets with +BERENGAR IVC REX legend. Rev: stylised chapel with XPIITIANA RELIGIO legend. See CMI V, pl.2, 12 for similar examples. 1.84 grams. Extremely fine. £200 - 300 Found whilst searching with a metal detector in Earl Shilton, Leicestershire, UK, by Robert Ward.

Ex Roma Numismatics, London, UK.

8071 z France - Metz - Gros. 14th-16th century AD. Civic issue. Obv: nimbate St Stephen kneeling left with Manus Dei above and coats of arms at sides with STEPH PROTHO M legend. Rev: long cross and stars with coat of arms at top with BNDICTV SIT NOME DNI NRI IHV and GROSSVM METE legends for Metz mint. Roberts 8932; Boudeau 1659. 2.56 grams. Near very fine. £50 - 70 Property of a Kent, UK, collector; acquired at B Frank & Son auction 95.

8072 z Genoa - Republic - Cavalotto. 1528-1542 AD. Obv: stylised building with +DVX ET GVBER REIPV GENV legend. Rev: cross with +CONRADVS REX ROMAN AS legend. MIR# 190/1. 3.24 grams. Very fine. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Ex UK market.

8075 USA - 1723 - Rosa Americana - Brass 2 Pence. Dated 1723 AD. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIUS•D:G:MAG:BRI:FRA ET•HIB:REX• legend. Rev: crowned rose with UTILE•DULCI in scroll below and ROSA:AMERICANA•1723 above. KM# 11 variant (stops). 15.16 grams. Very fine; patchy patina. £200 - 300 Ex UK market.

8076 USA - 1853 - Arrows and Rays Quarter Dollar. Dated 1853 AD. Obv: seated Liberty with stars around and date between arrows below. Rev: eagle with rays behind with UNITED STATES OF AMERICA above and QUAR DOL below. KM# 78. 6.20 grams. Almost extremely fine. £300 - 400 Ex UK market.

8073 India States - Baroda - 1887 - Original Design Drawing. Dated 4 March 1887 AD. A unique drawing on tracing paper for the portrait milled issue coins struck 1892-1894 AD (VS 1949-1952) for Baroda; with inked 'Rough Designs for Silver Coins for the / State of Baroda / March 4 1887 Traced from their drawing' in three lines above finely inked full sized obverse and reverse drawings for the design and legends of four denominations of rupee, half rupee, 4 annas and 2 annas; mounted on a later paper backing. See KM# Y# 33-36 for issued coins. 32.91 grams, drawing 40 x 20cm (backing 69 x 29cm). Fine condition. Unique. £200 - 300

8077 USA - 1868 - Gold 1/4 Dollar Marriage Token. Dated 1868 AD. Obv: profile bust with seven stars around. Rev: 1 / 4 / DOLLAR in three lines with date below, within wreath. See KM#4-5.8 for coin type. 0.19 grams. Nears as made. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Ex UK market. These small gold copies of the California quarter dollar were made for distribution at celebrations, especially at weddings; original coin issues all show the usual thirteen stars around the bust.

Ex Cotswold auction, lot 97b. An interesting item of uncertain origin but obviously concerned with the process of producing and approving the designs for these coins.

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total, 31.5 x 22.5cm Fine condition. The most comprehensive work on the coinages of Alexander and Philip. £100 - 140 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. Still the best available work on these issues; an essential reference.

8081 z Svoronos - Les Monnaies D'Athenes. Published 1980s. Svoronos, Jean N., Les Monnaies D'Athenès, Tresor de la Numismatique Grecque Ancienne, Spink reprint, nd (1980s), no.45 of 50 printed, originally published in Munich, 1923-1926; hardback red cloth, text in French, profusely illustrated on 114 large plates; with label to front inside cover. 3.4 kg, 40 x 30cm Almost fine condition. Rarely seen and essential. £100 - 140 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. This work is beautifully illustrated with the finest examples of Athenian coins taken from museum collections across Europe; the original publication is never seen outside major libraries and this superb Spink reprint, limited to 50 copies, is now only rarely available; an essential reference for anyone interested in the subject.

8078 British Museum - Catalogue of Greek Coins Set [29]. Published 1973 AD. Various authors, A Catalogue of the Greek Coins in the British Museum, 29 volumes, Forni reprint, 1973 (originally published 1873-1927), uniform blue cloth hardback; volumes arranged by region and illustrated; most with David Miller's bookplates. 27.60 kg, each 24 x 17cm Very good condition; a few volumes with loose binding. Still one of the most comprehensive references to the Greek series. £500 - 700

8082 z SNG - Sammlung V Aulock Collection - Asia Minor [4]. Published 1987 AD. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum Deutschland: Sammlung v. Aulock, 4 volumes, Sunrise reprint, 1987 (originally published 1957), hardback; German text; fully illustrated; with David Miller's bookplates. 7 kg total, 39 x 28cm each Near fine condition. £150 - 200 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplates. A German collections contribution to the international Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum project which aims to publish museum and significant holdings of Greek and associated coinages across the world.

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, many with David's bookplates. The British Museum Greek coin catalogue, running to a mammoth 29 volumes, remains one of the most comprehensive works on the Greek coinages as a whole; an invaluable reference and difficult to find as a complete set.

8079 Mitchiner - Ancient and Classical World. Published 1978 AD. Mitchiner, Michael, Oriental Coins and their Values II - the Classical and Ancient World 600 BC-AD 650, Hawkins, 1978, hardback; 5520 entries listed, all illustrated; with David Miller's bookplate. 3.3 kg, 30.5 x 22cm Good condition; binding a bit loose as commonly seen with this large book. Long out of print, really useful and rarely seen. £200 - 300 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. This is volume two of Mitchiner's Oriental Coins and their Values and is arguably the most useful and valuable of the three volumes in the set.

8080 z British Museum - Coinage in the Name of Alexander [2]. Published 1991 AD. Price, Martin Jessop, The Coinage in the Name of Alexander the Great and Philip Arrhidaeus, a British Museum Catalogue, BM/SNS, 1991, hardback with dustwrappers and slipcase; volume 1 (text), volume 2 (indexes and 159 plates). 3.6 kg

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8083 SNG - Danish National Museum - [8]. Published 1981 AD. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum - The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, Danish National Museum, 8 volumes, Sunrise, 1981: vol.1 (Italy), vol.2 (Thrace and Macedonia), vol.3 (Greece: Thessaly to Aegean Islands), vol.4 (Bosporus to Lesbos), vol.5 (Ionia, Caria and Lydia), vol.6 (Phrygia to Cicilia), vol.7 (Cyprus to India), vol.8 (reprints of 1st edition; Egypt, North Africa, Spain, Gaul); all hardback red cloth; fully illustrated; with David Miller's bookplates. 13.5 kg total, 39 x 28.7cm Very good condition. £150 - 200 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplates. The Royal Danish Collection contribution to the international Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum project which aims to publish museum and significant holdings of Greek and associated coinages across the world.

8084 z SNG - Ashmolean Museum - Pt III - Macedonia. Published 1976 AD. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum, Volume V, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Part III, Macedonia, Spink, 1976, hardback; 58 plates; with David Miller's bookplate. 973 grams, 38 x 28.2cm Near fine condition; some spotting to spine. A standard reference. [No Reserve] £40 - 60

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Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. Part three of the Ashmolean Museum Collection contribution to the international Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum project which aims to publish museum and significant holdings of Greek and associated coinages across the world.

8085 z SNG - Fitzwilliam Museum - Leake Pt II - SicilyThrace. Published 1972 AD. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum, Volume IV, Fitzwilliam Museum, Leake and General Collections, Part II, Sicily-Thrace, Spink, reprinted 1972 (originally published 1947), hardback; 33 plates; with David Miller's bookplate. 810 grams, 39 x 29cm Very good condition; some spotting to spine. A standard reference. [No Reserve] £40 - 60 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. Part two of the Fitzwilliam Museum Collection contribution to the international Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum project which aims to publish museum and significant holdings of Greek and associated coinages across the world.

8086 z RNS Special 41 - Sir Roger Newdigate. Published 2005 AD. Seaby, Wilfred and Ireland, Stanley, Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication 41, A Catalogue of Ancient Coins in the Cabinet of Sir Roger Newdigate of Arbury Hall, Warwickshire: a Grand Tour Collection in the Warwickshire Museum, RNS, 2005, hardback with dustwrapper; 1912 coins listed, fully illustrated. 985 grams. 30.4 x 21.6cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8087 z Head - Historia Numorum. Published 1911 AD. Head, Barclay V., Historia Numorum, A Manual of Greek Numismatics, Clarendon, 2nd revised edition, 1911, hardback with dustwrapper; 964 pages of text with illustrations and tables; with David Miller's bookplate. 2.3 kg, 25.5 x 18cm Very good condition; wrapper defective. The classic overview of the Greek series. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate.

8088 z Dattari - Numi Augg Alexandrini I. Published 1975 AD. Della Collezione G.Dattari, Numm Augg. Alexandrini, Volume Primo Monete Imperiali Greche, Forni reprint, 1975, originally published Cairo, 1901; hardback red cloth, text in Italian, 37 excellent plates, with bookplate of Jisk and Margreet Holleman and copies of five manuscript pages of relevant notes loosely inserted. 1.9 kg, 32 x 23cm Good condition, last plates gather loose. [No Reserve] £40 60 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library; previously with the Holleman numismatic library, with bookplate. A useful reference for the Roman issues of Alexandria.

8089 z Mazard - CNN - Mauretaniaeque. Published 1955 AD. Mazard, Jean, Corpvs Nvmmorvm Nvmidiae Mavretaniaeqve, Paris, 1955, paperback; French text, illustrations and plates. 885 grams, 27 x 21cm Very good condition; spine faded. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8090 z Metcalf - Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage. Published 2012 AD. Metcalf, William E. (editor), The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Coinage, OUP, 2012, paperback, illustrated. 1.4 kg, 25 x 17cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. An excellent overview and introduction to the Greek and Roman coinages, with sections by a wide variety of expert authors.

8091 z Munro-Hay - Coinage of Aksum [2]. Published 1980 and 1984 AD. Oddy, W. A. and Munro-Hay, S. C., The Specific Gravity Analysis of the Gold Coins of Aksum, offprint from Metallurgy in Numismatics I, 1980, paperback; 4 plates, signed presentation copy to David Miller; with Munro-Hay, S. C., The Coinage of Aksum, India and UK, 1984, hardback with dustwrapper; illustrated; with David Miller's bookplate, signed by author with loosely inserted pen and ink sketch by author 'IN MEMORIAM DAVIDI REX....'. 598 grams total, 25 x 16 - 24.5 x 19cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

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Ex libris David Miller numismatic library; second with David Miller bookplate. The second being one of the very few works in English on this coinage.

8092 z Various - Greek Coins Titles [6]. Published 1955-1982 AD. Seltman, Charles, Greek Coins, 2nd edition, London, 1955, hardback; 64 plates; Head, Barclay V., Handbook of Greek and Roman Coins, New York, reprint, 1969, paperback; illustrated; Sear, David R., Greek Coins and their Values 2 volumes, 2nd edition, Seaby, 1975, hardback, vol.2 with dustwrapper; illustrated, vol.1 presentation copy to David Miller, signed by author; Plant, Richard, Greek Coin Types and their Identification 1st edition, Seaby, 1979, hardback; fully illustrated; Sear, David, Greek Imperial Coins and their Values, Seaby, 1982, hardback with dustwrapper; illustrated; most with David Miller's bookplates. 4.3 kg total, 18.5 x 11 - 25 x 19cm Good condition; some bindings loose from use. [No Reserve] £30 40 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library; most with David's bookplates. All are useful works; the Sear volumes used by most dealers and collectors.

8093 z Various - Greek Coins Titles [5]. Published 1922, 1957, 1967, 1975 and 1992 AD. Svoronos, J. N., Synopsis de Mille Coins Faux de Faussaire C. Christodoulos, Athens, 1922, hardback; plates A-Q; Müller, L., Numismatique D'Alexandre le Grand, Planches et Tables, hardback bound modern photocopy (originally published 1957); 23 plates and tables; Sambon, Arthur, Les Monnaies Antiques de L'Italie, Forni reprint, 1967 (originally published 1903), paperback; French text, illustrated and 5 plates; Ratto sale, Collection Claudius Cote, de Lyon, Monnaies de Tarante, Attic reprint, 1975 (original sale 28-29 January 1929), paperback; French text, 19 plates; and Vecchi, Italo, The Coinage of the Rasna, Part III, offprint from Numismatic Revue 71, 1992, paperback; 4 plates; first two with David Miller's bookplates. 1.8 kg total, 24 x 17 - 27.2 x 19cm Good condition; graffiti to cover of third. [No Reserve] £30 - 40 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library; first two with David's bookplates.

8094 z Parthian Coinage Sales [4]. Sales 2014-2016 AD. Baldwin's sales, David Sellwood Collection of Parthian Coins, parts I, III and IV, 24 September 2014, 24 September 2015 and 27 September 2016, paperback; lots 1089-1276, 3108-3199 and 321430, all illustrated, parts I and IV with printed prices realised, partly annotated by David Miller; with Markov, Baldwin's, N & M and Goldberg, The Sunrise Collection of Parthian, Peris and Sasanian Coins and the Alexander White III Collection of Byzantine and Medieval Coins, New York Sale XXXVI, 5-6 January 2016, paperback; illustrated. 3.8 kg total, 29.7 x 21cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. Very important sales for the Parthian series.

8095 z Pozzi Collection - Monnaies Grecques Antiques. Published 1968 AD. Jacob Hirsch Sale, Monnaies Grecques Antiques Provinent de la Collection de feu le Prof. S. Pozzi, Zurich, reprinted 1966 (original sale 12-13 March 1921), hardback; 3334 lots, 101 plates, prices realised; with David Miller's bookplate. 1.3 kg, 28.7 x 23cm Fair condition; hinges torn and taped, some foxing. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate.

8096 z Sotheby's - Paeonian Hoard Sale. Sale 16 April 1969 AD. Sotheby's sale, Catalogue of the Paeonian Hoard, Sotheby's, 1969, paperback; 575 lots, 9 plates. 195 grams, 24.7 x 18.5cm Very good condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller. A very important hoard.

8097 z Sotheby's - Metropolitan Museum Sales [2]. Sales 10 November 1972 and April 1973 AD. Sotheby's sales, The Collection of Ancient and Later Coins, The Property of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, parts I and II, Zurich, 1972 and 1973, hardback; both with printed list of estimates ('prices'). 1.5 kg total, 28 x 19cm each Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

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8098 z de la Tour - Atlas de Monnaies Gauloises. Published 1968 AD. de la Tour, Henri, Atlas de Monnaies Gauloises, Spink reprint, 1968 of the plates volume, originally published 1892; hardback green cloth, 55 excellent plates; with David Miller bookplate. 734 grams, 34 x 24.8cm Very good condition. A most useful reference. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. The de la Tour work is very useful for the European Celtic issues (including major British types).

8099 z Price and Waggoner - The Asyut Hoard. Published 1975 AD. Price, Martin and Waggoner, Nancy, Archaic Greek Silver Coinage, The Asyut Hoard, Vecchi, 1975, hardback with dustwrapper; 32 plates. 722 grams, 25.5 x 19cm Near fine condition; spine faded and minor spotting. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. The reconstruction of the Asyut hoard of about 900 silver coins, discovered in Egypt in 1969 and of which about 500 coins were recorded in London and a further 370 elsewhere, after the hoard had become dispersed.

8100 z Sotheby's - Brand Collection Sales [10 parts]. Sales 1 July 1982-24 October 1985 AD. Sotheby's sales, The Brand Collection, Sotheby's, paperback; part 1, 1 July 1987 (Roman and European Coins); part 2, 11 November 1982 (Swiss Coins); part 3, 9 June 1983 (Greek and Roman Coins); part 4, 3 November 1983 (Russian and Polish Coins); part 5, 1 February 1984 (Greek and Roman Coins); part 6, 17-18 May 1984 (Coins of the Netherlands); part 7, 25 October 1984 (Ancient Coins); part 8, 24-25 January 1985 (Swiss, Austrian and German Coins); part 9, 16 June 1985 (Colonial and Indian Coins) and part 10, 24 October 1985 (Classical and Modern Coins and Medals); all catalogues illustrated and with printed estimates lists; some with printed prices realised. The Virgil M. Brand collection was very large and held many important coins, with most in superb grades. 4.6 kg total, 24.5 x 18cm each Fine condition. [No Reserve] £80 - 100 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8101 z Bank Leu - Garrett Collection Sales [3]. Sales 16-18 May 1984, 16-18 October 1984 and 29 March 1985 AD. Bank Leu and Numismatic Fine Arts sales, The Garrett Collection, by order of John Hopkins University, parts I-III, 1984-1985, paperback; part I, 1427 lots, part II, 1858 lots, part III, 1556 lots; many plates. 3.6 kg total, 21.5 x 28cm each Good condition; covers with light soiling. [No Reserve] £40 - 60 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. An important collection.

8102 z Sotheby's - Hunt Brothers Collections Sales [3]. Sales June 1990 and December 1990 AD. Sotheby's sale catalogues: The Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection - Important Greek and Roman Coins, New York, 21-22 June 1990; hardback with dustwrapper; The William Herbert Hunt Collection - Important Byzantine Coins, New York, 21 June 1990; paperback; The William Herbert Hunt Collection - Highly Important Byzantine Coins, New York, 5-6 December 1990; hardback with dustwrapper; all profusely illustrated. 2.7 kg total, 27 x 21 - 27.7 x 21.5cm Near fine. [No Reserve] £100 - 140 Ex Libris the RWM Collection. The brothers Nelson Bunker and William Herbert Hunt amassed some of the most important collections of ancient coins ever assembled; they became notorious for their attempt from the 1970s to speculatively 'corner' the silver market and, after this failed and legal charges were brought against them, they filed for bankruptcy in 1988.

8103 z Roma Numismatics - Sales I to VIII [10]. Sales 2010-2014 AD. Group comprising: the first eight Roma coin auctions sales (numbered I-VIII, IV in 2 parts); with the unnumbered sale for 21 May 2013. 10.1 kg total, 30 x 21cm each Generally fine condition. [No Reserve] £40 - 60 Ex libris David Miller.

8104 z Baldwin - The Prospero Sale. Sale 4 January 2012 AD. Baldwins, Markov and M & M sale, The Prospero Collection, New

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York Sale XXVII, paperback; 642 lots, all illustrated; with a copy of the printed list of prices realised. 2 kg, 30 x 21cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller. The Prospero sale was highly notable for the quality of the ancient Greek coins offered and for the achievement of many world record prices in the overall sale result of nearly US $26 million; the sale became notorious when the Middle Eastern buyer of many of the lots did not pay for them; in the ensuing court case, the auctioneers were apparently not able to enforce payment.

8105 z Baldwin - The Prospero Sale. Sale 4 January 2012 AD. Baldwins, Markov and M & M sale, The Prospero Collection, New York Sale XXVII, hardback with dustwrapper; 642 lots, all illustrated; with printed list of prices realised. 2.4 kg, 30.5 x 22cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £30 - 40 Ex libris David Miller. The Prospero sale was highly notable for the quality of the ancient Greek coins offered and for the achievement of many world record prices in the overall sale result of nearly US $26 million; the sale became notorious when the Middle Eastern buyer of many of the lots did not pay for them; in the ensuing court case, the auctioneers were apparently not able to enforce payment.

8106 z Mack - Coinage of Ancient Britain. Published 1964 AD. Mack, Cdr. R. P., The Coinage of Ancient Britain, second edition, Spink, 1964, hardback; 446 types listed, 32 plates; with David Miller's bookplate. 420 grams, 22 x 15cm Good condition; spine faded. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library; with David's bookplate. One of the classic works on British coinage of the Celtic Iron Age period; still a useful reference.

8107 z British Museum - Hobbs - British Iron Age Coins. Published 1996 AD. Hobbs, Richard, British Iron Age Coins in the British Museum, BM, 1996, hardback with dustwrapper; 4581 coins listed, 137 plates; with David Miller's bookplate. 1.3 kg, 25.5 x 20.2cm Fine condition. An essential reference. [No Reserve] £30 40 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate.

8108 z Boutin - 1979 - Pozzi Collection [2]. Published 1979 AD. Boutin, Serge, Catalogue des Monnaies Grecques Antiques de l'Ancienne Collection Pozzi, Monnaies Frappées en Europe, 2 volumes, Dussen, 1979, paperback; French text, 4630 coins listed, many illustrated, 202 plates. 1.9 kg total, 28 x 22cm each Near fine condition; spines faded. [No Reserve] £30 - 40 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8109 z Rudd - Ancient British Coins. Published 2010 AD. Rudd, Chris, Cottam, Elizabeth, de Jersey, Philip and Sills, John, Ancient British Coins, Rudd, 2010, pictorial hardback; profusely illustrated; signed presentation copy label to David Miller from the four authors. 1.5 kg, 30.5 x 22cm Fine condition. The essential reference for British Celtic coins. [No Reserve] £40 - 60 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, signed presentation copy by the authors to David. The most useful and extensive guide to the British Celtic series so far published; the visual indexes are especially helpful; essential.

8110 z Elmer and de Witte - Gallischen Kaiser. Published 1974 AD. Elmer, Georg, Die Münzprägung der Gallischen Kaiser in Köln, Trier und Mailand, Liege, reprinted 1974, hardback; German text, 12 plates; bound with de Witte, J., Recherches sur les Empereurs qui ont Regnedans les Gaules, 49 plates; with David Miller's bookplate. 940 grams, 30 x 21.5cm Near fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate.

8111 z Kostial - Kelten im Osten. Published 1997 AD. Kostial, Michaela, Kelten im Osten Gold und Silber der Kelten in Mittel- und Oateuropa, Sammlung Lanz, Munich, 1997, hardback; 1047 coins listed and illustrated. 1 kg, 30.4 x 21.5cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £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


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Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8112 z Castelin - Keltische Munzen. Undated. Castelin, Karel, Keltische Münzen, Katalog der Sammlung des Schweizerischen Landesmuseums Zürich, Zurich, undated, hardback with slipcase; German text, 1404 coins listed, illustrated. 1.2 kg, 29.8 x 22cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

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pts.I-III (1st edition reprints, Spink, 1968), vol.5, pts.I-II (1st edition reprints, Spink 1968), vol.6 (1st edition, Spink, 1967), vol.7 (1st edition, Spink, 1966), vol.8 (1st edition, Spink, 1981), vol.9 (1st edition reprint, Spink, 1968), vol.10 (1st edition, Spink, 1994); all hardback green cloth, vols.1, 2(pt.I), 8 and 10 with dustwrappers; all with David Miller's bookplates. 17.3 kg total, 24.7 x 16.5cm Good condition; wrappers worn, some bindings slightly loose. The best standard reference available. £500 - 700

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8113 z Various - Celtic Coins Titles [6]. Published 1954, 1978, 1986, 1991, 2005 and 2009 AD. Boon, G., Fragmentary Flan-Moulds in the Silchester Collection at Reading Museum and the Ancient British Coins found at Silchester, offprint from Antiquary's Journal, 34, 1954, later card wraps; illustrated; with Allen, Derek, Introduction to Celtic Coins, BM, 1978, paperback; illustrated; with Arsdell, R. D. van, The Forgery of the 'Haslemere Hoard', BNTA Special Publication 1, 1986, paperback; illustrated; with Glendining's sale, The H. R. Mossop Collection of Celtic Coins of Britain and Other English Hammered Coins, Glendining's, 6 November 1991, paperback; 616 lots, illustrated; with Pudill, Rainer and Eyre, Clive, The Tribes & Coins of Celtic Britain, Greenlight, 2005, paperback; illustrated; and DNW sale, The Michael O'Bee, Chris Morrison and Dennis Beadell Collections of Ancient British Coins, Dix Noonan Webb, 5 October 2009, paperback; 276 lots, all illustrated; part hand priced, with printed list of prices realised. 983 grams total, 23.5 x 15.7 - 30 x 21cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplates. This work provides the most comprehensive type catalogue to the entire Roman Imperial series ever published; very few coins encountered will not be found listed herein; the essential reference for serious collectors, dealers and students of these coinages.

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. All are useful works and important sales.

8114 z Thurlow and Vecchi - Italian Cast Coinage. Published 1979 AD. Thurlow, Bradbury K., Italian Cast Coinage, Italian Aes Grave, and including Vecchi, Italo G., Italian Aes Rude, Signatum and the Aes Grave of Sicily, Vecchi, 1979, hardback with dustwrapper; with David Miller's bookplate and presentation inscription signed by Italo Vecchi. 564 grams, 26 x 19.5cm Near fine condition; wrapper spine faded. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate and inscribed by Vecchi.

8115 z Carson - Principal Coins of the Romans, I and II [2]. Published 1978 and 1980 AD. Carson, R. A. G., Principal Coins of the Romans, volume I, The Republic, c.290-31 BC and volume II, The Principate, 31 BC-AD 296; BM, 1978 and 1980, hardback with dustwrapper; 1149 coins listed and illustrated; first with David Miller's bookplate. 1.09 kg total, 19.5 x 25.5cm Near fine; slight discolouration to wrappers. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, one with David's bookplate.

8117 Cohen - Monnaies Sous L'Empire Romain Set [8]. Published 1955 AD. Cohen, Henry, Description Historique des Monnaies Frappés sous L'Empire Romain Communé Appelées Médailles Impériales, 8 volumes, Graz, 2nd edition reprint, 1955, hardback cloth; French text, illustrated throughout. 5.5 kg total, 21 x 14.3cm each Very good condition; spines faded. Still a valuable reference. £150 - 200 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. The Cohen arrangement by reverse legend and type has been followed by many other cataloguers, including in the Sear Roman Coins and their Values set of five volumes and his references are cited in many other publications.

8118 z Sear - Roman Coins and their Values Set [5]. Published 2000-2014 AD. Sear, David R., Roman Coins and Their Values, 5 volumes, Spink, London, hardback with dustwrappers; profusely illustrated. 5.7 kg total, 22 x 14cm each Very good condition; light wear to wrappers. An essential reference set. [No Reserve] £80 - 100 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. Used by collectors and dealers across the world, this five volume set expands on Sear's original single volume (last published 1988) and is an invaluable source, only eclipsed by the much larger and more expensive Roman Imperial Coins, now running to 15 volumes.

8116 Roman Imperial Coinage Set [14]. Published 1966-1994 AD. Various authors, The Roman Imperial Coinage, various publishers: vol.1 (revised edition, Spink, 1984), vol.2 (1st edition reprint, Spink, 1968), vol.2, part I (revised 2nd edition, Spink, 2007, Vespasian to Domitian), vol.3 (1st edition reprint, Spink, 1968), vol.4,

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8119 z Seaby - Roman Silver Coins [5]. Published 1978, 1982 and 1987 AD. Seaby, H. A. and others, Roman Silver Coins, volumes I-II, third edition, Seaby, 1978, volumes III-IV, 2nd edition, Seaby, 1982 and volume V, 1st edition, Seaby 1987, all hardback, dustwrappers to volumes II-V; extensively illustrated; with David Miller's bookplates. 2.2 kg total, 22.5 x 14.5cm each Good to fine condition. An essential reference. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplates. Based upon Cohen, by reverse legend and type for each emperor, this set provides a comprehensive catalogue to the entire Roman silver coinages.

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8120 z British Museum - Coins of the Roman Empire, Volumes I and II [2]. Published 1965 and 1966 AD. Mattingly, Howard, Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum I Augustus to Vitellius, BM, 1965, hardback with dustwrapper; 64 plates; Coins of the British Empire in the British Museum II Vespasian to Domitian, BM, 1966 reprint (originally published 1930), hardback; 83 plates. 3 kg total, 25 x 17.5cm each Good condition; wear to wrapper and second with spine stained. [No Reserve] £40 - 60 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. Still a standard work.

8121 z British Museum - Coins of the Roman Empire VI. Published 1976 AD. Carson, R. A. G., Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum VI, Severus Alexander to Balbinus and Pupienus, BM, reprinted 1976 (originally published 1962), hardback with dustwrapper; 47 plates; with an original invoice from Peter Jones, 24 June [19]83. 1 kg, 24.5 x 16.5cm Very good condition; wrapper faded and worn. A standard reference. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library; acquired new Peter Jones, 1983.

8122 z BNS - Carausius and Allectus. Published 1985 AD. King, Burnett (2) and Bland, Studies in the Coinages of Carausius and Allectus, BNS, 1985, paperback; illustrated. 215 grams, 27 x 19.5cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. A collection of four significant papers on the subject.

8126 Bastien and Metzger - Tresor de Beurains (Arras). Published 1977 AD. Bastien, Pierre and Metzger, Catherine, Le Trésor de Baeurains (dit d'Arras), Belgium, 1977, hardback; French text, fully illustrated; with David Miller's bookplate. 1.4 kg, 28.5 x 22.5cm [No Reserve] £30 - 50 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. The publication of the coins and other items traced back to the famed 'Arras' hoard found in 1922; noted for containing a number of multiple gold solidii (or medallions).

8123 z Webb and Casey - Carausius and Allectus [2]. Published 1906, 1907 and 1994 AD. Webb, Percy, H., The Reign and Coinage of Carausius, from NC, 1907; bound with The Coinage of Allectus, from NC 1906, hardback; 7 plates; with Casey, P. J., Carausius and Allectus, The British Usurpers, Yale, 1994, hardback with dustwrapper; illustrated; first with David Miller's bookplate. 1.4 kg total, 22.2 x 14.5 - 24 x 16.5cm Very good condition; first with a few loose pages at back. [No Reserve] £40 - 60 Ex libris David Miller; one with David's bookplate. The books representing both classic and modern studies of the times and coinages of the two celebrated British usurpers.

8124 z Cloke and Toone - The London Mint. Published 2015 AD. Cloke, Hubert J. and Toone, Lee, The London Mint of Constantius and Constantine, Spink, 2015, hardback with dustwrapper; profusely illustrated. 1.6 kg, 30.5 x 22cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. A quite recent publication that is very informative.

8125 z Dumbarton Oaks - Late Roman Coins. Published 1992 AD. Grierson, Philip and Mays, Melinda, Catalogue of Late Roman Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection and in the Whittemore Collection, from Arcadius to the Accession of Anastasius, Dumbarton Oaks, 1992, hardback with dustwrapper; 955 coins listed, 37 plates; with David Miller's bookplate. 2.3 kg, 28.7 x 22.5cm Fine condition; small tear to wrapper edge. A standard reference. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate.

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8127 Stack's - Knobloch Collection [2]. Sales 1-3 May 1980 and 5 May 1984 AD. Stack's sale, The Frederick S. Knobloch Collection of Roman Imperial Coins, Stacks, 1980, paperback; 1438 lots, 36 plates, some annotations by David Miller; with The Frederick S. Knobloch Collection of Late Roman and Byzantine Coins, Stack's, 1984, paperback; 679 lots, 5 plates. 868 grams total, 24 x 17 - 24.5 x 17.2cm Good condition; second with grubby cover. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

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8131 z Hendin - Jewish and Biblical Coin Titles [2]. Published 1976 and 2001 AD. Hendin, David, Guide to Ancient Jewish Coins, Attic, 1976; hardback with dustwrapper; Guide to Biblical Coins, Amphora, 2001, 4th edition; hardback with dustwrapper; both illustrated, second with David Miller bookplate. 1.6 kg total, 23.5 x 16cm each First good, second fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, one with David's bookplate.

8128 Roman Provincial Coinage I and Supplement [3]. Published 1992 and 1998 AD. Burnett, Andrew, Amandry, Michel and Ripollès, Pere Pau, Roman Provincial Coinage, Volume I, From the Death of Caesar to the Death of Vitellius (44 BC-AD 69), Part I (catalogue) and Part II (indexes and plates), BM, 1992, hardback in slipcase; fully illustrated; with Roman Provincial Coinage, Supplement I, BM, 1998, hardback; fully illustrated. 5.2 kg total, 28.5 x 22.2 - 29 x 23.5cm Fine condition. £100 - 140 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. The standard reference. The Roman Provincial Coins volumes are essentially intended to be to Roman provincial coins what the multi-volume Roman Imperial Coins catalogues are to the Imperial series.

8132 z Sales - Shoshana and Brody - Jewish Coin Collections [2]. Sales 8-9 March 2012 and 10 January 2017 AD. Heritage sale The Shoshana Collection if Ancient Judaean Coins, Heriateg, 2012, paperbakc; 710 lots, all ilustrated; with Baldwins, Goldberg, Markov and M & M sale, The Brody Family Collection of Ancient Jewish Coins, part I, New York Sale XXXIX, 2017, paperback; 238 lots, all illustrated. 1.1 kg total, 27.7 x 21.5 - 29.5 x 21cm Very good condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller. Two of the most important sales of ancient Judaean coins.

8133 z Suarez - Aorta. Published 2011 AD. Suarez, Rasiel, Aorta - A Guide for the Roman Coin Collector, USA, 2011; paperback; extensively illustrated. 950 grams, 17 x 13cm Near fine. A comprehensive reference to the Roman imperial series. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex Libris the RWM Collection; signed by the author and numbered 509. An unusual catalogue, being the linked to the earlier and larger format Encyclopedia of Roman Imperial Coins II, (ERIC II), USA 2010; every coin listed is cross referenced back to RIC or other standard catalogue or information source, with enormous detail crammed into its pages.

8134 z Roman Coinage Titles [3]. Published 1980-1987 AD. Casey, P. J., Roman Coinage in Britian, Shire 12, 1980, paperback, illustrated; with Stevenson, Seth W., Dictionary of Roman Coins, Seaby reprint, 1982 (originally published 1889), hardback with dustwrapper; illustrated, with David Miller's bookplate; and Burnett, Andrew, Coinage in the Roman World, Seaby 1987, hardback with dustwrapper; 24 plates. 1.9 kg total, 21 x 15 - 24.3 x 16cm Good to fine condition; second wrapper spine faded. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller. The Stevenson a classic work and useful.

8129 Roman Provincial Coinage II [2]. Published 1999 AD. Burnett, Amandry and Carradice, Roman Provincial Coinage II - From Vespasian to Domitian (AD 69-96), parts I (text) and II (indexes and plates), BM, 1999, hardback; 2810 coins listed and illustrated. 2.8 kg, 29.5 x 23.2cm Fine condition. The standard reference. [No Reserve] £60 - 80 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. The Roman Provincial Coins volumes are essentially intended to be to Roman provincial coins what the multi-volume Roman Imperial Coins catalogues are to the Imperial series.

8130 z Prieur - Syro-Phoenician Tetradrachms. Published 2000 AD. Prieur, Michel and Karin, A Type Corpus of the SyroPhoenician Tetradrachms and their Fractions from 57 BC to AD 253, CNG, 2000, hardback with dustwrapper; 1743 types catalogued, fully illustrated. 1.1 kg, 30.5 x 21.5cm Fine condition. The best and essential reference to the series. [No Reserve] £40 - 60

8135 z Various - Roman Coins Titles [7]. Published 19272004 AD. Mattingly, Harold, Roman Coins, 1st edition, Methuen, 1927, hardback with dustwrapper; 64 plates; Sydenham, E. A., Historical References on Coins of the Roman Empire from Augustus to Gallienus, Spink, 1968, hardback; illustrated; Kent, J. P. C., The Pattern of Bronze Coinage under Constantine I, offprint from Numismatic Chronicle XVII, 1957, paperback; 8 plates; Munro-Hay, Stuart, The al-Madhariba Hoard of Gold Aksumite and Late Roman Coins, offprint from Numismatic Chronicle, 1989, paperback; 8 plates; Hill, P. V., The Dating and Arrangement of Hadrian's 'Cos III' Coins of the Mint of Rome, offprint from Mints, Dies and Currency, paperback; 2 plates, initialled by author; Askew, Gilbert, The Coinage of Roman Britain, 2nd edition, Seaby, 1980, paperback; illustrated; Kreuzer, Matthew, The Coinage System of Cleopatra VII and Augustus in Cyprus, USA, 2004, paperback; illustrated; presentation copy to David Miller, signed by author; some with David Miller's bookplates. 2.2 kg total, 22.2 x 15 - 24.5 x 15.5cm Good to fine condition; some showing use wear. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library; some with David's bookplates.

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

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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8136 British Museum - Wroth - Byzantine Coins [2]. Published 1908 AD. Wroth, Warwick, Catalogue of the Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum, 2 volumes, BM, 1908; half leather, 77 excellent plates, with the David Miller bookplates. 2.8 kg total, 26 x 18cm each Good condition; bindings worn and loose. A standard reference. [No Reserve] £70 - 90

8140 MEC I - The Early Middle Ages. Published 1986 AD. Grierson, Philip and Blackburn, Mark, Medieval European Coinage I - The Early Middle Ages (5th-10th Centuries), CUP, 1986, hardback with dustwrapper; 1529 coins listed and illustrated. 1.7 kg, 25.5 x 19.5cm Fine condition. Out of print; a standard reference. [No Reserve] £40 - 60

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplates.

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. The first volume in the ongoing series.

8137 z Hahn - Moneta Imperii Byzanti. Published 1989 AD. Hahn, Wolfgang, Veröffentlichungen der Numismatisachen Kommission Band 20, Die Ostprägung des Röomischen Reiches im 5 Jahrhundert (408-491), Vienna, 1989, hardback with dustwrapper; German text, 15 plates plus tables; with David Miller's bookplate. 594 grams, 30 x 21.3cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

8141 z British Museum - The Carolingian Coins. Published 1966 AD. Dolley, R. H. M. and Morrison, K. F., The Carolingian Coins in the British Museum, BM, 1966, hardback with dustwrapper; 342 coins listed and illustrated. 493 grams, 25 x 19.2cm Near fine condition; dustwrapper spine faded. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate.

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8138 z Ratto Sale - Monnaies Byzantines. Published 1959 AD. Ratto, Rodolpho, Monnaies Byzantines et d'autres pays Contemporaines a L'Epoque Byzantine, Schlumann, 1959 reprint (original sale 9 December 1930), hardback; 2701 lots, 68 plates and prices realised; with David Miller's bookplate. 822 grams, 27.5 x 20cm [No Reserve] £40 - 60

8142 z Glendining's - Doubleday Anglo-Saxon Coins. Sale 6 October 1987 AD. Glendining's, The Gordon V. Doubleday Collection of Anglo-Saxon Coins, with A. H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd; green wraps, 637 lots, most illustrated. 240 grams, 24.5 x 18.5cm Near fine condition. An important sale and reference. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate.

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. Doubleday was well known and formed important collections for Anglo-Saxon, Norman and British Medieval coins and especially, the issues of Edward III; his collections were dispersed at auction sales from 1972.

8139 z Various - Byzantine Coins Titles [7]. Published 19662009 AD. Wroth, Warwick, Western and Provincial Byzantine Coins of the Vandals, Ostrogoths and Lombards......in the British Museum reprint, Chicago, 1966, hardback with dustwrapper; 42 plates; Bendall, S[imon] and Donald, P. J., The Billon Trachea of Michael VIII Palaeologos, 1258-1282, Baldwin, 1974, paperback; illustrated, presentation copy signed by Bendall; Bendall, Simon, Sigla on Palaeologian Hyperpyra, offprint from Revue Numismatique XXVI, 1984, wraps; illustrated; Kent, John, A Selection of Byzantine Coins in the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, BI, 1985, paperback; 124 coins listed and illustrated; Sear, David R., Byzantine Coins and their Values, 2nd edition, Seaby, 1987, hardback with dustwrapper; illustrated; Sotheby's New York sale, Important Collection of Byzantine Coins, Sotheby's, 2 November 1998, paperback; 599 lots, all illustrated; Oddy, Andrew (editor), Coinage and History in the Seventh Century Near East 2, Proc. 12th Seventh Century Syrian Numismatic Round Table, 4-5 April 2009, paperback; illustrated; some with David Miller's bookplates. 3.6 kg total, 21 x 15 - 30 x 21cm Good to fine condition; some worn from use. [No Reserve] £40 - 60 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library; some with David's bookplates. All useful works; the Sear catalogue extensively used by both collectors and dealers.

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8143 z Glendining's - Brettell - Lydford and Totnes. Sale 8 March 1990 AD. Glendining's sale, The R. P. V. Brettell Collection of Coins of the Devon Mints - Lydford and Totnes, Glendining's, 8 March 1990, green wraps; 502 lots, all illustrated. 72 grams, 24.5 x 18.5cm Fine condition. An important collection. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8144 z Glendining - Coins of the Sussex Mints. Sale 14 October 1985 AD. Glendining & Co sale, Coins of the Sussex Mints from Aethelred II to John, Glendining & Co, 14 October 1985, paperback; 209 lots, all illustrated; hand-priced with buyer's names by David Miller. 130 grams, 24.3 x 18.5cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. An important sale.

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

8145 z Glendining - Elmore Jones - Norman and Plantagenet Coins [3]. Sales 13 April 1983, 10 April 1984 and 7 October 1986 AD. Glendining's sales The Important Collection of Norman and Platagenet Coins formed by the later F. Elmore Jones, Glendining's, 13 April 1983, 10 April 1984 and 7 October 1986, all green wraps; illustrated; all partly priced with named buyers (by David Miller), second with printed prices realised list. 354 grams total, 24.5 x 18.5cm each Near fine condition. A highly important series of sales. [No Reserve] £20 - 30

Coins

8152 z Mitchiner - The World of Islam. Published 1977 AD. Mitchiner, Michael, Oriental Coins and their Values I - The World of Islam, Hawkins, first edition, 1977, hardback; 4011 coins listed and illustrated; with David Miller's bookplate. 2.4 kg, 30.7 x 22cm Good condition; binding slightly loose as commonly seen for this large book. Out of print and very useful. [No Reserve] £40 - 60 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. This is volume one of Mitchiner's Oriental Coins and their Values and is a most useful volume.

Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8146 z Glendining's - Doubleday Norman and Plantagenet Coins. Sale 8 June 1988 AD. Glendining's, The Gordon V. Doubleday Collection of Norman and Plantagenet Coins, with A. H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd; green wraps, lots 638-1094 (following on from his sale of Anglo-Saxon coins), mostly illustrated; with David Miller initials to front cover, neatly hand priced throughout, with buyer's names. 181 grams, 24.5 x 18.5cm Near fine condition. An important sale and reference. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. Doubleday was well known and formed important collections for Anglo-Saxon, Norman and British Medieval coins and especially, the issues of Edward III; his collections were dispersed at auction sales from 1972.

8153 z Gobl and Gyselen - Sasanian Numismatics [2]. Published 1971 and 2004 AD. Göbl, Robert, Manuals of Middle Asian Numismatics I: Sasanian Numismatics, Germany, 1971, hardback with dustwrapper; English text, 16 plates; with Gyselen, Rika, New Evidence for Sasanian Numismatics: The Collection of Ahmad Saeedi, 2004, hardback; 315 coins listed, all illustrated. 1.3 kg total, 26 x 18 - 28.8 x 22.6cm Very good to fine condition; first with slightly worn wrapper. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, one with personal inscription to David. The Göbl work is a standard text on the subject.

8147 z Glendining - Delme-Radcliffe Collection. Sale 17 April 1985 AD. Glendining & Co, A Collection of Hammered Silver Coins Formed by Mrs M. Delme-Radcliffe of Aldbourne, Wilts., Glendining, 17 April 1985, paperback; 430 lots, 10 plates and list of estimates. 190 grams, 24.5 x 18.5cm Fine conditon. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. An important collection of English, Irish and Scottish coins for Edward I to Henry VII.

8148 z Beresford-Jones - Anglo-Gallic Gold Coins. Published 1964 DA. Beresford-Jones, R. D., A Manual of Anglo-Gallic Gold Coins, Spink, 1964, hardback; 677 coins listed, 4 plates. 215 grams, 21.7 x 14.2cm Good condition; binding slightly loose and faded. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8149 z SCBI 33 - John Brooker Collection (Charles I). Published 1984 AD. North, J. J. and Preston-Morley, P. J., The John G. Brooker Collection - Coins of Charles I (1625-1649), Spink, 1984, hardback with dustwrapper; 965 coins listed and illustrated. 1.3 kg, 25.5 x 19.5cm Near fine condition; some damage to dustwrapper. An essential reference. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library.

8150 z Sotheby's - Douglas-Morris Collection of Gold Coins. Sale 26 November 1974 AD. Sotheby's, The Distinguished Collection of English Gold Coins 1700-1900 formed by Captain K. J. Douglas-Morris R.N., Sotheby's, hardback boards, 237 superb lots, all illustrated. 602 grams, 25.5 x 19cm Near fine condition; spine faded. An important reference. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. The Douglas-Morris collection was especially strong in milled gold patterns and proofs, assembled before the Wilson and Rasmussen catalogue was published and remains a valuable reference source today.

8151 z Friedberg - Gold Coins of the World. Published 1958 AD. Friedberg, Robert, Gold Coins of the World, Complete from 600 AD to 1958, New York, 1958; hardback with dustwrapper, profusely illustrated. 1.1 kg, 28.5 x 22cm Good, dustwrapper worn. Still a useful reference. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex Libris the RWM Collection.

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

8154 Sellwood, Whitting and Williams - Sasanian Coins. Published 1985 AD. Sellwood, D., Whitting, P. and Williams, R., An Introduction to Sasanian Coins, Spink, 1985, hardback with dustwrapper; in 'manuscript' form with many drawings; with David Miller's bookplate and presentation inscription from Richard Williams. 412 grams, 22.5 x 15cm Fine condition. Out of print; incredibly useful. [No Reserve] £50 - 70 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. Perhaps the best available work to introduce and clarify this complex series; an essential reference and tool.

8155 z Calico - Monedas Antiguas de Hispania. Published 1979 AD. Calicó, H. & F., Catálogo de Monedas Antiguas de Hispania, Calicó, 1979, hardback with dustwrapper, text in Spanish, fully illustrated, with printed prices realised list loosely inserted and with the David Miller bookplate. 1 kg, 27.7 x 21.7cm Good condition; dustwrapper slightly damaged. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library, with David's bookplate. Although a sale catalogue, this is comprehensive and provides a very useful guide to the Roman issues of Spain.

8156 z Werlich - Jettons of Imperial Russia. Published 1985 AD. Werlich, Robert, Jettons of Imperial Russia, first edition (500 copies printed), USA, 1985, hardback; 238 entries, all illustrated. 560 grams, 23.7 x 16cm Fine condition. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. The jettons listed are awards, often worn as a 'fob' or in the lapel, and connected with both military and civil bodies.

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8159 z Mixed Titles Group [4]. Published 1986-2013 AD. Andrew, J. Pearson, Coins and Investment, Seaby, 1986; hardback with dustwrapper; Reece and James, Identifying Roman Coins, Seaby, 1986; hardback; Bowers, Q. David, USA, 1988; paperback; Halperin, Rohan and Prendergast, The Collector's Handbook, USA, 2013; paperback. 1.4 kg total, 21 x 13.5 - 22.5 x 14.2cm Near fine; some fading to spines. [No Reserve] £30 - 40 Ex Libris the RWM Collection.

8157 Sayles - Classical Deception. Published 2001 AD. Sayles, Wayne G., Classical Deception, Krause, 2001; hardback with dustwrapper, profusely illustrated. 490 grams, 23.6 x 16cm Fine. An essential reference. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex Libris the RWM Collection.

8158 z Various - Modern Counterfeits and Replicas of Ancient Greek and Roman Coins from Bulgaria. Published 2003 AD. Prokopov, Ilya, Kissyov, Kostadin and Paunov, Eugeni, Modern Counterfeits and Replicas of Ancient Greek and Roman Coins from Bulgaria, Sofia, 2003, paperback; 192 coins listed and illustrated. 156 grams, 22.2 x 14.5cm Fine condition. Out of print and essential. [No Reserve] £20 - 30 Ex libris David Miller numismatic library. An extremely useful publication that should be in the library of every collector of ancient coins.

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8160 Peter Nichols 'Coronet' Mahogany Coin Cabinet. 20th century AD. A fine mahogany 'Coronet' model coin cabinet by Peter Nichols with pair of glazed doors with working lock and key and containing 14 trays for coins of various sizes plus a compartment to right side with two small accessory drawers below and a further full width drawer at base; with original documentation. 16.70 kg, 46 x 45 x 30cm Very fine condition. £200 - 300 Ex Canterbury Auction Galleries, lot 501 (with lot ticket). The 'Coronet' coin cabinet has been in production for many years and this model new today is priced at £1,570 (see catalogue page print).

8161 Edward IV - London - Groat.

£20 - 30

8176 Victoria - 1844 - Half Farthing.

£10 - 15

8162 Edward I - London - Long Cross Farthing.

£20 - 30

8177 George VI - 1945/1938 - Florin and Shilling [2].

£20 - 30

8163 Edward I - London - Long Cross Farthing.

£20 - 30

8178 George V - 1924 - Shillings [3].

£20 - 30

8164 Edward I - London - Long Cross Farthing.

£20 - 30

8179 Victoria - 1901 - Penny.

£10 - 15

8165 Edward I - London - Long Cross Farthing.

£20 - 30

8180 Victoria - 1887 - Florin.

£40 - 60

8166 Edward I - London - Farthing Group [2].

£20 - 30

8181 George V - 1918 - Halfcrown.

£40 - 60

8167 Henry III - London / Nicole - Long Cross Penny.

£40 - 60

8182 George V - 'Sovereign' Paperweight.

£30 - 40

8168 Edward III - London - Pre Treaty Groat.

£20 - 30

8183 George VI - 1937 - Royal Mint Gold Proof Set Case. £50 - 70

8169 Scotland - James VI - Victorian Replica 30 Shillings. £40 - 60

8184 William III - 1696 York - Sixpence.

£30 - 40

8170 Mary - Groat.

£40 - 60

8185 Charles II - 1671 - Threepence.

£30 - 40

8171 Henry VII - Canterbury - Facing Bust Halfgroat.

£30 - 40

8186 George V - 1918 - Shilling and Sixpence [2].

£20 - 30

8172 Commonwealth - 1656 - Victorian Replica Sixpence. £20 - 30

8187 George V - 1918/1919 - Florin and Shilling [2].

£20 - 30

8173 George V - 1916 - Florin and Shilling [2].

£20 - 30

8188 George III - Gaming Counters and Jeton [3].

£20 - 30

8174 George V - 1915/1916 - Florins [2].

£20 - 30

8189 George III - Contemporary Copy 3 Shillings Token.

£40 - 60

8175 George V - 1928/1936 - Florins [2].

£20 - 30

8190 18th c.-Kent - Marden & Other Lead Tokens [4].

£150 - 200

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

8191 Italy - Rhegium - Lion Bronze.

£40 - 60

8230 Tetricus - AE Laetitia Antoninianus.

£15 - 20

8192 Lysimachos - Facing Lion's Head.

£40 - 60

8231 Licinius - AE Jupiter Follis.

£30 - 40

8193 Arados - Poseidon AE.

£50 - 70

8232 Elagabalus - Plated Emperor Sacrificing Denarius.

£20 - 30

8194 Carthage - AR Carthago Nova.

£40 - 60

8233 Nerva - AR Victory Denarius.

£20 - 30

8195 Punic Agrigentum - AR Quarter Shekel.

£40 - 60

8234 Constans - Emperor on Ship AE Maiorina.

£50 - 70

8196 Ionia & Macedonia - Replica Tetradrachm Group [2]. £20 - 30

8235 Gallienus - AE Criocamp Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8197 Punic Sicily - Lopedusa - Crab Bronze.

£30 - 40

8236 Gallienus - AE Centaur Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8198 Mixed Issue Group [14].

£30 - 40

8237 Gallienus - AE Pegasus Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8199 Sicily - Segesta - AE Hexas.

£30 - 40

8238 Gallienus - AE Goat Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8239 Gallienus - AE Griffin Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8200 Egypt - Ptolemaic AE Coin Group [5].

£80 - 100

8201 Alexandria - Billon Tetradrachm Group [3].

£20 - 30

8240 Gallienus - AE Panther Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8202 AE Coin Group [2].

£20 - 30

8241 Gallienus - AE Deer Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8203 Indo-Greek - Bactria - Menander - AR Drachm.

£30 - 40

8242 Tetricus I - AE Hilaritas Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8204 Gaul - Leuci - Bovilles Diadem Potin.

£50 - 70

8243 Tetricus II - AE Spes Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8205 Gaul - Veliocasses - Potin.

£50 - 70

8244 Victorinus - AE Pax Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8206 Gaul - Leuci - Boviolles Diadem Potin.

£50 - 70

8245 Victorinus - AE Salus Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8207 Celti-Iberian - Lerida - Wolf Bronze.

£30 - 40

8246 Claudius II Gothicus - AE Spes Antoninianus.

£40 - 60

8208 Celti-Iberian - AE Coin Group [4].

£30 - 40

8247 Claudius II Gothicus - Silvered Victory Antoninianus. £25 - 35

8209 Celti-Iberian - Castulo - Bull Bronze.

£20 - 30

8248 Gallienus - AE Victory Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8210 Celti-Iberian - AE Group [3].

£40 - 60

8249 Severus II - AE Carthage Follis.

£20 - 30

8211 Celti-Iberian - AE Group [5].

£50 - 70

8250 Constantine I (the Great) - Wreath Bronze.

£40 - 60

8212 Vabalathus and Aurelian - Portraits Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8251 Constantine I (the Great) - Wreath Bronze.

£40 - 60

8213 Julia Domna - Vesta Denarius.

£40 - 60

8252 Crispus - Trophy and Captives Bronze.

£40 - 60

8214 Domitian - Minerva Denarius.

£20 - 30

8253 Licinius - Trophy and Captives Bronze.

£40 - 60

8215 Hadrian - Justitia Denarius.

£20 - 30

8254 Imitation Sestertius Group [2].

£10 - 20

8216 Hadrian - Concordia Denarius.

£20 - 30

8255 Quintillus - AE Antoninianii Group [4].

£30 - 40

8217 Antoninus Pius - Virtus Denarius.

£20 - 30

8256 Gallic Empire - AE Antoninianus Group [20].

£40 - 60

8218 Vespasian - AR Fortuna Denarius.

£20 - 30

8257 AE Antoninianus Group [50].

8219 Hadrian - Spes Denarius.

£20 - 30

8258 Denarius Group [17].

8220 Antoninus Pius - AR Virtus Denarius.

£20 - 30

8259 Trajan - Three Standards As.

£30 - 40

8221 Faustina I - AR Ceres Denarius.

£20 - 30

8260 Antoninus Pius - Justitia AE As.

£30 - 40

8222 Hadrian - AR Star and Crescent Denarius.

£20 - 30

8261 Faustina II - Mars and Venus Standing AE As.

£30 - 40

8223 Faustina I - AR Ceres Denarius.

£20 - 30

8262 Severus Alexander - Justitia Seated AE Sestertius.

£30 - 40

8224 Trajan to Arcadius - Silvers Group [6].

£60 - 80

8263 Constantius I - London - AE Genius Follis.

£20 - 30

8225 Republic to Faustina - Denarii Group [6].

£60 - 80

8264 Constantius I - Lugdunum - AE Genius Follis.

£20 - 30

8226 Trajan to Septimius Severus - Denarii Group [4].

£60 - 80

8265 Gallerius - Antioch - AE Genius Follis.

£20 - 30

8227 Postumus - Billon Salus Antoninianus.

£20 - 30

8266 Diocletian - Antioch - AE Genius Follis.

£20 - 30

8228 Carausius - AE Pax Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8267 AE Coin Group [3].

£20 - 30

8229 Maxentius - Dioscuri AE Follis.

£40 - 60

8268 Elagabalus - Fortuna AR Denarius.

£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 £100 - 140

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Coins

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8269 Claudius and Domitian - Ases [2].

£40 - 60

8305 AE Coin Group [8].

£40 - 60

8270 Trajan Decius - Antioch - Eagle Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8306 AE Coin Group [9].

£30 - 40

8271 Macrinus - Mysia - Capricorn Bronze.

£50 - 70

8307 AE Coin Group [14].

8272 Augustus - AE24.

£20 - 30

8308 Romania - 1 Leu Group [53].

£20 - 30

8273 Gordian III - Mesopotamia, Edessa AE33.

£40 - 60

8309 Romania - 2000 Lei Group [52].

£20 - 30

8274 Spain - Tiberius - Galley AE As.

£20 - 30

8310 Belgium - Milled Coin Group [36].

£20 - 30

8275 Spain - Augustus - AE As Group [6].

£50 - 70

8311 Romania - 1951 - 1 Leu [21].

£20 - 30

8276 Crispus - Wreath Bronze.

£40 - 60

8312 Romania - Milled Coin Group [39].

£20 - 30

8277 Constantine I (the Great) - Wreath Bronze.

£40 - 60

8313 Romania - 5 Lei [52].

£20 - 30

8278 Crispus - Wreath Bronze.

£40 - 60

8314 Italy - Milled Coin Group [40].

£20 - 30

8279 Constantine II - Wreath Bronze.

£40 - 60

8315 Romania - 200 Lei Group [18].

£20 - 30

8280 Crispus - Wreath Silvered Bronze.

£40 - 60

8316 Sassanian - Dirham.

£20 - 30

8281 Constantine I (the Great) - Wreath Bronze.

£40 - 60

8317 Sassanian - Dirham.

£20 - 30

8282 Probus - AE Quadriga Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8318 Sassanian - Dirham.

£20 - 30

8283 Probus - AE Trophy Antoninianus.

£50 - 70

8319 China - Han Dynasty - Cash Coinage [25].

8284 Maximian - AE Pax Antoninianus.

£60 - 80

8320 France - Philip IV - Gros Tournois.

£40 - 60

8285 Postumus - AR Galley Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8321 South Africa - Republic - 1894 - 2 Shillings.

£30 - 40

8286 Postumus - AR Four Standards Antoninianus.

£30 - 40

8322 Australia - 1978 - Year Set [6].

£40 - 60

8287 Spain - AE Group [3].

£30 - 40

8323 Vietnamese - AE Cash Group [44].

£40 - 60

8288 Syria - Trajan - AR Tetradrachm.

£20 - 30

8324 Crusader States - Bohemund III - Portrait Denier.

£40 - 60

8289 Tyre - Elagabalus - AE29.

£50 - 70

8325 Islamic - Ottoman - Akces [30].

£20 - 30

8290 Samaria - Phillip II - Temple AE27.

£50 - 70

8326 Lichtenstein - 1969 - 250th Anniversary Medal.

£30 - 40

8291 Lybia - Thyatira - Elagabalus - AE21.

£30 - 40

8327 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [38].

£80 - 100

8292 Sydon - Elagabalus - AE29.

£40 - 60

8328 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [29].

£50 - 70

8293 AE Coin Group [10].

£80 - 100

8329 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [66].

£40 - 60

8294 AE Coin Group [9].

£60 - 80

8330 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [38].

£80 - 100

8295 AE Coin Group [5].

£50 - 70

8331 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [15].

£40 - 60

8296 AE Coin Group [3].

£20 - 30

8332 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [18].

£40 - 60

8297 Carinus - Alexandria - Elpis Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8333 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [21].

£40 - 60

8298 Aurelian? - Alexandria - Tetradrachm.

£40 - 60

8334 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [14].

£40 - 60

8299 Antoninus Pius - Laodikeia - Tyche Bronze.

£50 - 70

8335 Chinese - Mother of Pearl Gaming Counters [8].

£30 - 40

8300 Imitation AR Group [8].

£20 - 30

8336 Antwerp Coin Weight for Horn Guilder.

£10 - 14

8301 Imitation AR Group [8].

£20 - 30

8337 Crawford - Roman Republican Coins [2].

£60 - 80

8302 Justinian I - Constantinople - AE Follis.

£20 - 30

8338 Mixed Titles Group [20].

£20 - 30

8303 AE Coin Group [10].

£40 - 60

8339 Coin Carry Cases with Trays [4].

£30 - 40

8304 Anonymous AE Folles Group [6].

£30 - 40

£100 - 140

£150 - 200

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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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.

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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 on an inclusive basis, under the Auctioneer’s Margin Scheme on all Buyer's Premiums and other charges. For some items, such as investment gold, modern jewellery and gemstones, where marked with a ‘dagger’ (†) symbol, VAT on the Hammer Price will be payable in addition. Where import duties are payable, these lots are marked with symbols ‡ Ω at the corresponding rates. 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. b. Unless agreed by TimeLine in writing

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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.

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. 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.

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.

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).

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 to enforce any of these terms.

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. 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 data protection and privacy legislation in force from time to time in the UK including

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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.

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 Purchase Price and all other sums payable by the Buyer have been paid in full in

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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).