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COINS & ANTIQUITIES Friday 18 March 2011 The Swedenborg Hall 20-21 Bloomsbury Way London WC1A 2TH


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COINS & ANTIQUITIES Friday 18 March 2011 The Swedenborg Hall 20-21 Bloomsbury Way London WC1A 2TH Coins: 9.30am Antiquities: 1.00pm

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Contents

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Coins: Friday 18 March 2011 at 9.30am Greek Celtic Roman & Byzantine Anglo-Saxon & Norman English Medieval English Milled Miscellaneous & World Medals

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Antiquities: Friday 18 March 2011 at 1.00pm Egyptian Parthian & Greek Roman Byzantine Stone Age, Bronze Age & Celtic Viking & Saxon Medieval & Post Medieval Eastern & Groups

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Bidding This is a rostrum auction and there will be live internet bidding through www.the-saleroom.com and www.liveauctioneers.com. The buyer’s premium is 15% and is subject to VAT (internet bidding is subject to additional charge of 3% + VAT). TimeLine Auctions is not responsible for any missed lots or bids due to network speed or down-time. Bidders are reminded that our website carries high-resolution enlargeable colour images of all of the items illustrated in this catalogue, together with other items (The symbol z indicates that the item, while not illustrated in this catalogue, can be viewed on our website). An Absentee Bid Form is included at the back of this catalogue and can be mailed, faxed or emailed, to reach us by no later than 9pm GMT on Wednesday 16 March 2011. Alternatively, please register on our website and record your absentee bids via your online account: www.timelineauctions.com. Please do not consider your commission form to have been successfully logged unless you have received an acknowledgement from us.

Collection and Storage All lots will be available for collection from The Swedenborg Hall up to 7pm on the day of the sale, after which time they will be sent for storage. Lots will be available from our Essex premises from Monday 21 March 2011, after which storage charges may apply. Shipping quotes can be arranged by contacting Tanja Maijala: shipping@timelineauctions.com

Notice to Buyers Some lots will require export licences in order to leave the UK or EU, please contact us for advice if required. We try to provide information regarding general condition, restorations, repairs and damage for each lot but this is necessarily subjective. The absence of specific information does not imply that the lot is free from defects or that it is in good condition. Bidders should satisfy themselves in all respects by personal inspection before bidding. Estimate ranges are provided for general information only and are given in Pounds Sterling (£); and for antiquities, approximate equivalents in Euros (EUR) and US Dollars (USD). Hammer prices may fall outside the ranges indicated. All bids and payments must be made in Pounds Sterling (£).

How to Find the Auction Venue The Swedenborg Hall is located in the heart of London, only about 200 meters from Great Russell Street and The British Museum. The nearest London Underground Stations are Holborn and Russell Square.

Local Hotels There are several hotels within a short walking distance including The Holiday Inn and The Thistle Hotel in Bloomsbury.


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Coins - Greek

GREEK COINS

1 Akarnania - Argos Amphilochikon - Stater. Circa 375-300 BC. Obv: Pegasos flying left, A below. Rev: ARGEI above laureate and helmeted head of Aphrodite left, small helmet behind. Silver, 8.46 grams. BMC Corinth 8; Pegasi II, 11; cf. Sear 2258 (symbols). Extremely fine. £220 - £280

2 Aspendos - Pamphylia - Stater. 425-300 BC. Obv: two naked wrestlers grappling, F and retrograde N between them, all in dotted circular frame, beneath them MENETYS ELYFA. Rev: ESTFEDIIYS, slinger standing right, loosing shot, triskeles left in right field, all within dotted square. Silver, 10.86 grams. SNG France 3, 97; Sear 5396. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Good very fine. Rare with the athletes’ names. £180 - £240

3 Aspendos - Civic Coinage - Wrestlers Stater. 425-300 BC. Obv: no legend, two naked wrestlers grappling, A between them, all in dotted circular frame. Rev: ESTFEDIIVS, slinger standing right, loosing shot, triskeles to right, all within dotted square. Silver, 10.96 grams. BMC 26; Sear 5396. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). £180 - £240

5 Athens - Attica - Tetradrachm. Circa 430-410 BC. Obv: head of Athena right, wearing crested helmet, earring and necklace; bowl ornamented with spiral and three olive leaves. Rev: AQH, owl standing right, head facing; wing feathers straight, crescent to left; in upper left field an olive branch with two leaves and berry, all within incuse square. Silver, 17.14 grams. Boston 1085; McClean 5811; Svoronos plate 14, cf 1-2; cf Sear 2525. Extremely fine. £400 - £600

6 Athens - Attica - New Style Tetradrachm. 186-147 BC. Obv: helmeted head of Athena right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet. Rev: A-QE, MIK-IWN, EUR-UKLE, ARI-STO in four and three lines to left and right of owl, standing right on overturned amphora, head facing. To right, the Dioskouroi standing left, one holding patera, both holding staffs. No letter on amphora, SF or SW below. Silver, 16.68 grams. Svoronos JAN X, 173; BMC 459; cf Sear 2555-2559 (magistrates). See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. £175 - £225

7 Histiaia - Euboia - Tetrobol. 340-330 BC. Obv: female head right, wearing earring, neckless and vine-wreath, hair rolled. Rev: ISTIAI(EWN), Nymph seated right on the stern of a galley, horizontal wing on the prow, no symbol in field. Silver, 2.43 grams. Sear 2496ff. Extremely fine. £60 - £90 8 z Ionia - Kolophon - Chalkous. Circa 385-285 BC. Obv: head of Apollo right, wearing taenia. Rev: K-O-L/O/F-W, lyre within linear square; astragalos to left and right. Bronze, 1.74 grams. Milne 78B; SNG Tübingen 2899; cf Sear 4351-4352. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). £20 - £40 9 z Ionia - Civic Coinage - ‘Bee and Stag’ Trihemiobol. Late 4th century BC. Ephesos. Obv: E-F, to left and right of bee. Rev: E-F, to left and right of forepart of stag right, head turned right. Silver, 0.83 grams. BMC 54; Sear 4376. See Head, Chronology of Ephesus, p. 37. Very fine. £20 - £40

4 Aspendos - Alexander III - Zeus Tetradrachm. 195-194 BC. Pamphylia. Obv: no legend, head of Herakles right, in lion’s skin headdress. Rev: ALEXANDROU, Zeus seated left, holding eagle in right hand and sceptre in left; AS above IX (date, year 17) in left field. Silver, 15.84 grams. Price 2896; Müller 1209; cf Sear 6728ff. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). £100 - £150

10 z Ionia - Civic Coinage - Athena and Ram Unit. 400-350 BC. Klazomenai. Obv: no legend, head of Athena left wearing crested Corinthian helmet. Rev: no legend, ram recumbent left; magistrate’s name (..ISIMOY..) above. Bronze, 1.37 grams. SNG Cop. 50-52 var. (magistrate); Sear - ( with Athena head left). £20 - £40

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11 z Ionia - Civic Coinage - ‘Lion and Sun Ornament’ Twelfth Stater. Circa 525 BC. Miletos. Obv: forepart of roaring lion right. Rev: sun ornament within incuse square. Silver, 1.19 grams. McClean 8207; SNG von Aulock 2082; SNG Cop 952; BMC 185; Sear 3532. Very fine. £20 - £40 12 z Ionia - Civic Coinage - ‘Lion and Sun Ornament’ Twelfth Stater. Circa 525 BC. Miletos. Obv: forepart of roaring lion right. Rev: sun ornament within incuse square. Silver, 1.07 grams. McClean 8207; SNG von Aulock 2082; SNG Cop 952; BMC 185; Sear 3532. Very fine. £20 - £40 13 z Ionia - Civic Coinage - ‘Lion and Sun Ornament’ Twelfth Stater. Circa 525 BC. Miletos. Obv: forepart of roaring lion left. Rev: sun ornament within incuse square. Silver, 1.19 grams. McClean 8210; SNG von Aulock 2080; SNG Cop 944; BMC 186; Sear 3533. £20 - £40 14 z Ionia - Civic Coinage - ‘Archaic Athena’ Diobol. Circa 510-494 BC. Phokaia. Obv: no legend, archaic head of Athena left, wearing Corinthian helmet, hair represented by three rows of dots. Rev: no legend, quadripartite incuse square. Silver, 1.287 grams. SNG Copenhagen 389-394; SNG Kayhan 522; Sear -. Very fine. £20 - £40

18 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus Tetradrachm. Circa 315-294 BC. Amphipolis mint. Obv: head of Herakles right, in lion’s skin headdress. Rev: ALEXANDROU to right, Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre; L over torch in left field, HG monogram beneath seat. Silver, 17.20 grams. Price 445; Müller 36; SNG Copenhagen 700: cf Sear 6713ff. Extremely fine. £240 - £300

19 Macedonia - Alexander III - Zeus Tetradrachm. Posthumous issue. Obv: no legend, head of Herakles right in lion skin headdress. Rev: ALEXANDROU to right, Zeus seated left on backless throne, right foot drawn back, holding eagle and sceptre, no control symbols. Silver, 4.29 grams. Sear 6713ff. Extremely fine. £90 - £120

15 Thessaly - Larissa - Drachm. 400-344 BC. Obv: head of nymph Larissa, 3/4 facing to left. Rev: LARIS above, AIWN beneath horse grazing right, left forefoot raised. Silver, 6.08 grams. BMC 57; Sear 2120. Near extremely fine. £180 - £240 20 Macedonia - Alexander III - Posthumous Tetradrachm. 336-323 BC. Obv: no legend, head of Herakles right in lion’s skin headdress. Rev: ALEXANDROU to right, Zeus seated left on backless throne, right foot drawn back, holding eagle and sceptre, no visible control symbols. Silver, 16.91 grams. Sear 6713ff. Good fine. £90 - £120

16 Macedonia - Philip III - Tetradrachm. Circa 323-320 BC. Babylon. Struck under Perdikkas. Obv: no legend, head of Herakles right, in lion skin. Rev: Zeus Aetophoros seated left; holding eagle and sceptre, wheel in left field, PR monogram beneath throne with FILIPPOU legend. Silver, 16.97 grams. Price P192; Mueller P29. See Wildwinds (this coin). Very fine. £90 - £120

17 Babylon - Alexander III - Tetradrachm. 317-311 BC. Babylon mint, struck by Seleukos I Nikator. Obv: head of Herakles right, in lion’s skin headdress. Rev: ALEXANDROU to right, BASILEWS in exergue, Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre; MYP monogram in wreath in left field, AH monogram beneath seat. Silver, 16.97 grams. Price 3719; Waggoner, Babylon no. 465g; cf Sear 6724. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. £120 - £180

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21 z Pergamum - Civic Coinage - ‘Athena and Herakles’ Chalkoi. Circa 300 BC. Mysia. Obv: no legend, head of Athena right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet. Rev: no legend, head of Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin headdress. Bronze, 0.83 grams. BMC 22; Sear 3958. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. £20 - £40

22 Pergamum - Mysia - Cistophoric Tetradrachms [3]. Circa 76 BC. Obv: cista mystica with half-open lid, from which serpent emerges; around, wreath composed of ivy and berries. Rev: decorated gorytos (bowcase) between two serpents, their tails tied up; on left the city monogram PER, on right a serpent-entwined thyrsus. Monograms AP, PRY with MH and PRY with MOS. Silver, 11.74, 11.51, 11.96 grams. AP monogram: SNG von Aulock 1369; BMC 101v; cf Sear 3945; PRY and MH monogram: BMC 116; cf Sear 3945; see Wildwinds.com (this coin); PRY and MOS monogram: BMC 118; cf Sear 3945; see Wildwinds.com (this coin). Good very fine. £160 - £200


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28 z Silver and Bronze Coin Group [10]. Mixed group of eight Greek bronzes and two Greek small silvers. Various issues and types. 36.10 grams (total). Generally fine, some better. Interesting group, worth viewing. £50 - £80

23 Thebes - Boeotia - Stater. Circa 395-338 BC. Obv: Boeotian shield. Rev: amphora; KA-LI (?) across field. Silver, 12.14 grams. BMC Central Greece 151; SNG Copenhagen 314; cf. Sear 2398 (magistrate’s name). Good very fine. £125 - £175 29 Brutus - ‘Caesar’s Assassin’ Gold Stater. Mid 1st century BC, Koson, Thrace. Obv: KOSWN (in exergue), Roman consul, Brutus, in centre, standing left, accompanied by two lictors, each with sceptres or baton over shoulder. Rev: no legend, eagle standing left on sceptre, wings open, raising wreath in left foot. Gold, 8.37 grams. RPC 1701; BMC Thrace 2; BMCRR 48; Crawford 433/1; Sear Greek 1733. Extremely fine. Very rare. £600 - £900

24 Thrace - Apollonia Pontica - Drachms [5]. Late 5th-4th century BC. Obv: facing head of Medusa or Gorgoneion, hair rolled. Rev: anchor; crayfish to left, A to right. Silver, 2.85, 2.81, 2.86, 2.82, 2.85 grams. Sear 1655. Good very fine to extremely fine. £180 - £240

25 Thrace - Lysimachos - Drachm. Circa 294-287 BC. Uncertain mint in Thrace. Obv: head right of the deified Alexander III, wearing horn of Ammon. Rev: BASILEWS LUSIMACOU to right and left of Athena enthroned left, holding Nike and resting elbow on shield, A below. Silver, 4.16 grams. Mueller 297; Sear 6817. Very fine. £90 - £120

30 Brutus - ‘Caesar’s Assassin’ Gold Stater. Mid 1st century BC, Koson, Thrace. Obv: KOSWN (in exergue), Roman consul, Brutus, in centre, standing left, accompanied by two lictors, each with sceptres or baton over shoulder. Rev: no legend, eagle standing left on sceptre, wings open, raising wreath in left foot. Gold, 8.44 grams. RPC 1701; BMC Thrace 2; BMCRR 48; Crawford 433/1; Sear Greek 1733. Extremely fine. Very rare. £600 - £900

CELTIC COINS

26 Thrace - Patraos - Tetradrachm. Circa 335-315 BC. Damastion mint(?). Obv: laureate head of Apollo right. Rev: PATRIOY, warrior on horse rearing right, spearing enemy warrior who defends himself with shield and spear; bucranium to lower left. Silver, 13.07 grams. AMNG 4; Sear 1520. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Extremely fine. £250 - £300

31 Catuvellauni - Cunobelin - ‘Wild Type’ Gold Stater. Circa 1st century AD. Obv: corn ear dividing CA MV. Rev: horse right, branch above and pellet-in-annulet above CVN below. Gold, 5.41 grams. S. 283; V. 1931/33; BMC 1784-1792. Good very fine. £600 - £900 27 Velia - Lucania - Drachm. 450-400 BC. Obv: head of Athena right wearing crested Attic helmet. Rev: YELHTWN beneath lion walking left, F above, KE monogram below. Silver, 6.85 grams. BMC 60; HN 1289; Williams 297; Sear -. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). About very fine. £30 - £50

32 z Durotriges - Group of Silver Quarter Staters [53]. Circa 1st century BC. Group of geometric quarter staters. Silver, 25.47 grams (total). S. 368; V. 1242; BMC 2734-2779. About fair to fine for the issues. An interesting group for study. £120 - £180 5


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33 Corieltauvi - Uninscribed Syphate Gold Stater. Circa 1st century BC. North Lincolnshire. Obv: stylised boar right. Rev: large ‘S’ symbol with pellets and annulets in field. Gold, 1.43 grams. S. 395; V. -; BMC 3187-3193. Extremely fine. £550 - £850

38 Julius Caesar - Denarius. 47-46 BC. North Africa. Obv: bust right with no legend. Rev: Aeneas moving left, head facing, holding palladium and bearing his father Anchises on left shoulder with CAESAR legend to side. Silver, 3.83 grams. RRC 458/1; CRI 55; BMCRR East 31; RSC 12; Sear 1402. Extremely fine, about as struck. £250 - £350

34 Iceni - SAENV - Unit. Circa 1st century BC. Obv: two opposed crescents. Rev: horse right with SAENV below. Silver, 1.01 grams. S. 446; V. 770; BMC 4540-4557. Very fine, toned. £60 - £90

39 Julius Caesar - Denarius. 46-45 BC. Spanish mint. Obv: diademed head of Venus right, Cupid on her shoulder (off flan, but Cupid’s arm is visible). Rev: CAESAR below Gallia and Gallic captive seated beneath trophy of Gallic arms. Silver, 3.79 grams. RSC 13; Sydenham 1014; Crawford 468/1; Sear 1404. Good very fine, struck slightly off centre. £175 - £225

ROMAN COINS

40 Marc Antony - Legionary Denarius. 32-31 BC. Obv: galley right with sceptre tied with fillet on prow; above, ANT AVG; below, III VIR R P C. Rev: aquila between two standards; below, LEG XII. Silver, 3.92 grams. RSC 41; Sydenham 1230; Crawfold 544/2; Sear -. (cf Sear 1480, with different legend). See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Good very fine. £150 - £200 35 C. Porcius Cato - Denarius. Circa 123 BC. Rome. Obv: helmeted head of Roma right, X behind. Rev: Victory in biga right, C CATO below, ROMA in exergue. Silver, 3.86 grams. Sydenham 417; Crawford 274/1; RSC Porcia 1; Sear 149. Generally very fine. £80 - £120 36 z Q. Titius - Denarius and Quinarius [2]. Circa 90 BC. Rome. Denarius. Obv: draped and winged bust of Victory right. Rev: Pegasus leaping right, Q TITI below. Quinarius. Obv: head of young Bacchus right. Rev: Pegasus springing right from a tablet on which is inscribed Q TITI. Silver, 3.54, 1.83 grams. RSC Titia 2/Titia3. Crawford 341/2; Sydenham 692; Sear 239. Generally fine. £70 - £90

37 L. Rustius - Denarius. 74 BC. Rome. Obv: helmeted head of Mars right, SC behind, X under chin. Rev: ram standing right, L RVSTI in exergue. Silver, 3.88 grams. Rustia 1; Crawford 389/1; Sydenham 782; Sear 320. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. £100 - £150 6

41 Augustus - Quinarius. 29-27 BC. Uncertain Italian mint. Obv: CAESAR IMP VII, bare head right. Rev: ASIA RECEPTA, Victory standing left on cista mystica between two serpents erect. Silver, 1.70 grams. BMCRE 647; RSC 14; RIC 276; Sear 1568. Generally fine, obverse off centre. £110 - £180

42 Augustus - M. Salvius Otho - As. 7 BC. Rome, Moneyer M. Salvius Otho. Obv: CAESAR AVGVST PONT MAX TRIBVNIC POT, bare head right. Rev: M SALVIVS OTHO IIIVIR AAAFF around large SC. Copper, 11.29 grams. RIC 431; BMC 226; Sear 1685. Generally fine, obverse off centre. £110 - £180


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43 Tiberius - Livia - Denarius. 14-37 AD. Lyons. Obv: TI CAESAR DIVI AVG AVGVSTVS, laureate head right. Rev: PONTIF MAXIM, Livia, as Pax, seated right on throne with ornate legs, single line below, holding sceptre and olive branch. Silver, 3.50 grams. RSC 16a; RIC 30; BMC 48; Sear 1763. Extremely fine. £200 - £250

44 Vitellius- Vesta - Denarius. 69 AD. Rome. Obv: A VITELLIVS GERM IMP AVG TR P, laureate head right. Rev: PONT MAXIM, Vesta seated right, holding sceptre and patera. Silver, 3.31 grams. RIC 107; RSC 72; Sear 2200. Very fine. £150 - £200

45 Vespasian - Pax - Sestertius. 71 AD. Rome. Obv: IMP CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M TR P P P COS III legend, laureate head right. Rev: PAX AVGVSTI S-C legend, Pax standing left, holding olive branch and cornucopia. Bronze, 26.05 grams. RIC 181; Cohen 326; Sear 2330. Fine. £120 - £180

46 Vespasian - Fortuna - Dupondius. 71 AD. Lyons. Obv: IMP CAES VESPASIANVS AVG COS III, radiate head right, small globe at point of bust. Rev: FORTVNAE REDVCI S-C, Fortuna standing left, holding branch, rudder set on globe and cornucopia. Bronze, 12.32 grams. RIC 1138; Sear -. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine, excellent bust. Rare (R2). £60 - £90 Found Water Newton, England.

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47 Vespasian - Fortuna - Laureate Dupondius. 77-78 AD. Rome mint. Obv: IMP CAES VESPASIAN AVG COS VIII PP, laureate head right. Rev: FORTVNAE REDVCI, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopia. S-C across fields. Bronze, 12.44 grams. RIC II 1215; Paris 829; Lyons 79. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. £50 - £80

48 Anonymous Quadrans. Circa 81-161 AD, period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius. Obv: helmeted and cuirassed bust of Mars right. Rev: S-C to left and right of cuirass. Bronze, 1.83 grams. RIC II 19; Sear 2922. Good very fine and lightly toned. £70 - £90

49 Domitian - Jupiter - Sestertius. 95-96 AD. Rome. Obv: IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XVII CENS PER P P, laureate head right. Rev: IOVI VICTORI, Jupiter seated left, holding Victory and sceptre; SC in exergue. Bronze, 31.67 grams. RIC 794; cf Sear 2766 (consular year). See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. £250 - £300

50 Julia Mamaea - Jupiter - Denarius. 95-96 AD. Obv: IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XVII CENS PER P P, laureate head right. Rev: IOVI VICTORI, Jupiter seated left, holding Victory and sceptre. Silver, 3.39 grams. RIC 794; cf Sear 2766 (consular year). Extremely fine, with original lustre. £50 - £70 7


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51 Hadrian - Neptune - Sestertius. 125-128 AD. Rome. Obv: HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, laureate head right, slight drapery on left shoulder. Rev: COS III S-C, Neptune standing right, cloak over left thigh, left foot on prow, holding acrostolium and trident. Bronze, 22.56 grams. RIC 633; Sear -. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. £150 - £200

52 Faustina I - Ceres - Denarius. Struck posthumously after 141 AD. Rome. Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA, draped bust right. Rev: AVGVSTA, Ceres standing left, holding sceptre in right hand and with left hand holding up fold of skirt. Silver, 3.31 grams. RIC III 362; RSC 104; Sear 4584. Extremely fine with original lustre. £80 - £120 53 z Lucilla, Crispina, Plautilla, Julia Domna and Crispina - Denarii [4]. Group of four: Lucilla, 164-169 AD. Rome. Obv: LVCILLA AVGVSTA, draped bust of Lucilla right. Rev: CONCORDIA, Concordia enthroned left, holding patera and cornucopia. Crispina, 180-183 AD. Rome. Obv: CRISPINA AVGVSTA, draped bust right. Rev: VENVS, Venus standing left, holding an apple and drawing drapery from left shoulder. Plautilla, 202-203 AD. Rome. Obv: PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA, draped bust right. Rev: VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing left, holding apple and palm, leaning on shield, winged Cupid at her feet. Julia Domna, struck under Caracalla, 211217 AD. Rome. Obv: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust right. Rev: DIANA LVCIFERA, Diana standing left, holding long torch with both hands. Silver, 12.01 grams (total). RIC 759; Cohen 7; not in Sear (cf Sear 5479 with different obverse legend). RIC 286a; RSC 35; Sear 5992. RSC 25; RIC 369; Sear 7074. RSC 32; RIC 373A; Sear 7100. Generally about very fine. £80 - £120 54 z Sabina, Faustina I, Faustina II, Fausta and Helena Denarii and Folles [5]. Group of five: Sabina, 128-132 AD. Obv: SABINA AVGVSTA, draped bust right, hair in plait behind. Rev: VENERI GENETRICI, Venus standing right, pulling drapery over right shoulder, holding an apple in left hand. Faustina I, struck posthumously after 141 AD. Rome. Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA, draped bust right. Rev: AVGVSTA, Ceres standing left, holding sceptre in right hand and with left hand holding up fold of skirt. Faustina II, 149152 AD. Rome. Obv: FAVSTINA AVG PII AVG FIL, draped bust right. Rev: VENVS, Venus standing left, holding apple and dolphinentwined rudder. Fausta, AE follis, 326 AD. Trier. Obv: FLAV MAX-FAVSTA AVG, mantled bust right, with bare head and wavy hair. Rev: SALVS REI-PVBLICAE, Empress standing facing, looking left, head veiled, holding two children in her arms. Mintmark STR dot in crescent. Helena, AE follis, Constantinople (?). Obv: FL IVL HELENAE AVG, mantled bust right. Rev: PAX PVBLICA, Pax standing left, holding branch and transverse sceptre. Mintmark CONS_. Silver and bronze, 13.42 grams (total). RIC 396; RSC 73; Sear 3924. RIC III 362; RSC 104; Sear 4584. RIC 517a; RSC 266; Sear 4708. RIC VII Trier 483; Sear 3905. Sear 3910. Near very fine and better. £80 - £120 8

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55 Diadumenian - Denarius. 217 AD. Obv: M OPEL ANT DIADVMENIAN CAES, draped bust right. Rev: PRINC IVVENTVTIS, Diadumenian standing left, holding baton and sceptre, two standards to right behind. Silver, 2.81 grams. RSC 14a; RIC 108; Sear 7448. Extremely fine. £200 - £250

56 Julia Maesa - Pietas - Antoninianus. 218-219 AD. Rome. Obv: IVLIA MAESA AVG, diademed and draped bust right, resting on crescent. Rev: PIETAS AVG, Pietas standing left, holding patera over altar, and box of incense. Silver, 5.13 grams. RSC 30; RIC 264; Sear 7747. Good very fine. £140 - £200

57 Julia Soaemias - Venus - Denarius. 220 AD. Obv: IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG, draped bust right. Rev: VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus seated left, holding apple and sceptre, extending her hand to Cupid standing before her. Silver, 3.24 grams. RIC 243; RSC 14; Sear 7720. Extremely fine with original lustre. £75 - £125

58 z Otacilia Severa, Herennia Etruscilla and Salonina Antoninianii [3]. Group of three coins: Otacilia Severa. Obv: M OTACIL SEVERA AVG, diademed draped bust right on crescent. Rev: IVNO CONSERVAT, Juno standing left, holding patera and sceptre. Herennia Etruscilla, 250-251 AD. Obv: HER ESTRVSCILLA AVG, diademed and draped bust right on crescent. Rev: PVDICITA AVG, Pudicitia seated left, holding sceptre and drawing veil from her face. Salonina, 256-257 AD. Rome mint, Joint reign with Gallienus. Obv: SALONINA AVG, diademed and draped bust right on crescent. Rev: VENVS VICTRIX, Venus seated left, holding helmet, spear and shield. Silver, 11.39 grams (total). RIC 127, RSC 20; Sear 9152. RIC 59b; Sear 9495. RIC V-1, 37; Sear -. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine and better. £40 - £60


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59 Philip I - Fides - Antoninianus. 249 AD. Rome. Obv: IMP PHILIPPVS AVG, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: FIDES EXERCITVS, four military standards, one of which is an aquila. Silver, 4.62 grams. RIC 62; RSC 50; Sear 8930. Very fine. £45 - £70

Coins - Byzantine

63 Eugenius - Victory - Siliqua. 392-395 AD. Trier. Obv: pearldiademed, draped and cuirassed bearded bust right with DN EVGENI-VS PF AVG legend. Rev: Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory on globe and inverted spear. Mintmark TRPS in exergue with VIRTVS RO-MANORVM legend. Silver, 1.41 grams. RIC IX Trier 106d; Sear 4216. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine with slight clipping to legends. Scarce. £350 - £500 64 z Group of Roman Coins [6]. 2nd-3rd century AD. Including a sestertius of Lucilla (reverse Venus) and five denarii of Antoninus Pius, Septimus Severus [2] and Severus Alexander [2]. Silver and bronze, 38.74 grams (total). Generally fine, some better. The sestertius scarce. £20 - £50

60 Maximus - Pietas - Sestertius. 253-254 AD. Rome. Obv: MAXIMVS CAES GERM, laureate, draped bust right. Rev: PIETAS AVG, sacrificial implements, SC in exergue. Bronze, 20.90 grams. RIC 11; BMC 208; Sear 8409. Good fine. £50 - £80

61 Carinus - Victory - Antoninianus. 283-285 AD. Lyons. Obv: IMP CARINVS dot P dot F dot AVG, radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right. Rev: VICTORIA AVGG, Victory walking left, holding wreath and palm, A in left field. Billon, 4.05 grams. Bastien 612; RIC V-2, 220 variant (dots in obverse legend); Sear 12358 variant (ditto). See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Extremely fine. Scarce. £20 - £30

62 Fausta - Salus - London Mint Follis. 324-325 AD. London. Obv: FLAV MAX-FAVSTA AG, mantled bust right. Rev: SALVSREIPVBLICAE, Fausta standing facing, looking left, head veiled, with two children in her arms, mintmark PLON in exergue. Bronze, 3.33 grams. RIC VII London 300; Sear 3905. Extremely fine, struck slightly off centre. Rare (R1). £200 - £250

65 z Group of Roman Coins [20]. A mixed group of Roman imperial coins comprising ten antoninianii (Gallienus, Probus, Gordian III, etc. noted), and ten later AE3/4s (mostly Constantine family plus Arcadius and Honorius noted, with a Constantinopolis). Silver and bronze, 45 grams (total). Fine to very fine. A useful group. £30 - £50

BYZANTINE COINS

66 Maurice Tiberius - Light Solidus (22 Siliquae). 582-602 AD, Antioch. Obv: ON MAVRC TIb PP AVI, helmeted, draped, and cuirassed facing bust, holding cross on globe and shield. Rev: VICTORIA AVGG theta S, angel standing facing, holding long cross and globe; in exergue, OBX star. Gold, 4.05 grams. MIB 13a; Sear 529. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. Rare. £300 - £450

67 Maurice Tiberius - Tremissis. 582-602 AD. Obv: dN TibER PP AV, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right. Rev: VICTOR MAVRI AVG, cross potent; mintmark CONOB. Gold, 1.48 grams. SB 488; MIB 20; DOC 14. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. Scarce. £100 - £150 9


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68 Phocas - Light Solidus (20 Siliquae). 602-610 AD. Constantinople. Obv: ON FOCAS PERP AVC, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross. Rev: VICTORIA AVGG delta, angel standing facing, holding long cross, and cross on globe; in exergue, OBXX. Gold, 3.66 grams. Sear 629. See Wildwinds.com (this coin). Very fine. Rare. £300 - £450

69 Romanus III - ‘Romanus Crowned by Mary’ Histamenon Nomisma. 1028-1034 AD. Constantinople. Obv: +IhS XIS REX REGNANTINM, Christ enthroned facing, wearing nimbus cross, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels. Rev: QCE bOHQ RWMANW, Mary on the right and Romanus on the left, MQ between their heads, both standing facing, Mary crowning the emperor; Romanus holding cross on globe. Gold, 4.36 grams. DOC III 1; BMC 1-3; Sear 1819. Extremely fine. £350 - £500

70 Romanus III - ‘Romanus Crowned by Mary’ Histamenon Nomisma. 1028-1034 AD. Constantinople. Obv: +IhS XIS REX REGNANTINM, Christ enthroned facing, wearing nimbus cross, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels. Rev: QCE bOHQ RWMANW, Mary on the right and Romanus on the left, MQ between their heads, both standing facing, Mary crowning the emperor; Romanus holding cross on globe. Gold, 4.25 grams. DOC III 1; BMC 1-3; Sear 1819. Extremely fine. £350 - £500

72 Edgar - Bath?/Biorhtulf - Two Line Penny. 959-973 AD. Pre Reform coinage. Obv: small cross at centre with +E.ADG.A[ ]REX legend. Rev: inscription BIORHT VLFMo for the moneyer Biorhtwulf in two lines with three small crosses between and a cross with pellet to each side above (and below?). 1.24 grams. S. 1129 (variant); N. 743 (variant); BMC Type i (variant). See EMC 1024.0428 (die duplicate). About as struck but chipped. Extremely rare moneyer. £150 - £250 Found near Dorchester. With a letter from the Ashmolean Museum (Dr Michael Metcalf) briefly discussing the coin, and a group of old collector tickets. The mint origins of the Pre-Reform pennies of Edgar remain uncertain. Studies based upon the lettering and moneyer names have indicated possibilities and it has been suggested that this coin might have been minted at Bath.

73 William I - Wareham/Aegelric - PAXS Penny. 1083-1086 AD. BMC viii. Obv: facing bust with sceptre and +PILLELMREX legend. Rev: cross with P A X S in angles and +AEGELRICONPERE for the moneyer Aegelric at Wareham mint. 1.39 grams. S. 1257; N. 848 (crown 1). Extremely fine with old tone, small piercing for suspension. Rare mint. £450 - £750 Ex Locket 2871, with old collector ticket.

71 Andronicus II and Michael IX - Gold Hyperpyria [5]. 1295-1320 AD. Constantinople. Obv: bust of Mary facing, orans, within the city walls. Rev: Andronicus on the left and Michael on the right, kneeling to left and right of Christ, standing, crowning both emperors. Gold, 16.74 grams (total). Sear 2396. Generally fine and better. £480 - £600 10

74 William II - London/Bartholomew - BMC 2 Penny. 10891092 AD. BMC Type 2. Obv: facing bust with +PILLELM REI legend. Rev: cross in quatrefoil with +BATONLVNDN legend for the moneyer Bartholomew (BAT) at London mint. 1.37 grams. S. 1259; N. 852. See EMC 1011.0698 for a die duplicate (from SCBI 11 Stockholm, 198). Near as struck, full round and light golden tone. Very rare thus and exceptional. £900 - £1,200


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75 Henry I - Thetford/Aschetil - Type XII Penny. Circa 1119 AD. Smaller profile. Obv: profile bust with rosette in front and +HENRICV[ ] legend. Rev: cross with annulet and pellet in angles with +ASCH[ ]LONT[ ] legend for the moneyer Aschetil at Thetford mint. The edge officially snicked at 5 o’clock. 1.10 grams. S. 1273; N. 868. See EMC 2010.0335 (this coin). About as struck with surface crack to reverse, some flatness to legends, a small edge chip at the snick position and a good bust. Extremely rare and the first recorded coin of this type for Thetford. £350 - £450

Coins - English Hammered

79 Henry III - London/Nicole - Voided Long Cross Penny. 1248-1250 AD. Class 3ab1. Obv: facing bust with HENRICVS REX III legend. Rev: long voided cross with pellets in angles dividing NIC OLE ONL VND legend for the moneyer Nicole at London mint. 1.48 grams. S. 1363; N. 986/1. Very fine. £30 - £50

Found Lakenheath, Suffolk, 2010.

76 Henry I - Exeter - Type XV Penny. 1125-1135 AD. Quadrilateral on cross fleury type. Obv: facing bust with sceptre and +HENRICVS REX legend. Rev: quadrilateral on cross with +[ ]R:ON:EXCES legend for the moneyer Grim(r) at Exeter mint. 1.30 grams. S. 1276; N. 871. See EMC 1200.0926 for the other recorded example. About as struck with surface crack to reverse, some flatness to legends and good bust. Extremely rare and apparently the second recorded for this moneyer at this mint. £300 - £500

80 Henry III - London/Nicole - Voided Long Cross Penny. 1251-1272 AD. Class 5a3. Obv: facing bust with sceptre dividing HENRICVS REX III legend. Rev: long voided cross with pellets in angles dividing NIC OLE ONL VND legend for the moneyer Nicole at London mint. 1.42 grams. S. 1367; N. 991/3. Very fine. £30 - £50 81 z Henry III and Edward I - Pennies [2]. 13th century AD. Henry III class 5c with reverse NIC OLE ONC ANT for Nicole at Canterbury mint. Edward I class 2a of London mint. 1.45, 1.33 grams. S. 1369/1385; N. 993/1014. Good fine. £20 - £30

ENGLISH HAMMERED COINS

77 Henry III - London, Ilger - Short Cross Penny. 12221236 AD. Class 7b. Obv: facing bust with HENRICVS REX legend. Rev: short voided cross with +ILGERONLVND legend for the moneyer Ilger at London mint. 1.39 grams. S. 1356B; N. 979. Good fine. £40 - £60

78 Henry III - London/Nicole - Voided Long Cross Penny. 1248 AD. Class 2b. Obv: facing bust with HENRICVS REX TERCI legend. Rev: long voided cross with pellets in angles dividing NIC OLE ONL VND legend for the moneyer Nicole at London mint. 1.46 grams. S. 1361; N. 985/2. Very fine. £30 - £50

82 Henry III - London/Davi - Voided Long Cross Penny. 1251-1272 AD. Class 5c. Obv: facing bust with sceptre dividing HENRICVS REX III legend. Rev: long voided cross with pellets in angles dividing DAV ION LVN DEN legend for the moneyer Davi at London mint. 1.30 grams. S. 1369; N. 993. Very fine. £30 - £50

83 Henry III - Canterbury/Willem - Voided Long Cross Penny. 1251-1272 AD. Class 5g. Obv: facing bust with sceptre dividing HENRICVS REX III legend. Rev: long voided cross with pellets in angles dividing WIL LEM ONC ANT legend for the moneyer Willem at Canterbury mint. 1.47 grams. S. 1373; N. 997. Very fine. £30 - £50 11


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84 z Group of Medieval Cut Halfpennies and Farthings [42]. 12th-13th century AD. A group of cut halfpennies (24) and farthings (18) of short cross and voided long cross types from the reigns of Henry II to Henry III. Various classes, mints and moneyers noted. 41.38 grams (total). Generally fine, some better. £40 - £60 An interesting study group.

85 z Group of Medieval Cut Halfpennies [66]. 12th-13th century AD. A group of cut halfpennies of short cross and voided long cross types from the reigns of Henry II to Henry III. Various classes, mints and moneyers noted. 41.38 grams (total). Generally fine to very fine. £50 - £70 An interesting study group.

91 English Medieval - ‘Sterling’ Jeton. 13th century AD. Obv: facing bust with small pellets in place of lettering. Rev: cross moline with cinquefoils separated by colons in place of lettering. 2.00 grams. Mitchiner -; Berry -. Very fine. Scarce variant. £20 - £40

92 English Medieval - ‘Sterling’ and ‘Bird’ Jetons [2]. Circa 13th century AD. 2 Jetons. Sterling type of Edward II/III period. Obv: facing bust with small rosettes in place of legend. Rev: shield of arms (3 leopards/lions) within trilobe with trefoil of pellets in each outer angle. WITH: Bird type. Obv: bird with large pellets in place of legend. Rev: short cross moline with two pellets in each angle with pellets in place of legend. Both jetons having usual depression at centre of flans (on reverses). 0.86, 0.52 grams. The first near fine; the second good fine but chipped. Scarce. £40 - £60

86 Edward I Period - Contemporary Forgery Penny. Circa late 13th century AD. Copied from a class 9 penny, probably by casting and heavily silvered (with almost all surviving). 1.38 grams. Near extremely fine. £90 - £120 A superb example of a contemporary forgery which would easily have passed as genuine in the medieval period.

93 Florennes - Gaucher of Chatillon - Yves - Esterling. 1313-1322 AD. Obv: crowned facing bust with +GALCH COMES PORC legend. Rev: long cross dividing MON ETA OVA YVE legend. 0.92 grams. Mayhew 237. Near very fine. Scarce. £50 - £70

87 English ‘Sterling’ Jeton. 13th century AD. Obv: class 4 facing bust with alternating rosettes and ‘I’s in place of a legend. Rev: long cross with alternating crescents and suns in angles and same legend symbols. 2.13 grams. Mitchiner 1, 87. Near very fine. Scarce. £70 - £90

88 English Medieval - ‘Sterling’ Jeton. Circa 13th century AD. Sterling type of Edward I period. Obv: facing bust cinquefoil to each side of neck with alternating large pellets and rosettes in place of legend with usual depression at centre of flan. Rev: long cross moline with pellet in each curl and rosette of six pellets in each angle with single rosette in each quarter in place of legend. 1.77 grams. Mitchiner 1, 96. Very fine. £35 - £50

94 Edward III - London Pre Treaty - Series E Groat. 13511361 AD. Obv: facing bust in tressure with lis on breast and EDWARD D G REX ANGL Z FRANC D HYB legend. Rev: long cross and pellets dividing outer POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEV and inner CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint. 4.26 grams. S. 1568; N. 1163. Near very fine, legends better, on a full flan. £40 - £60

89 English Medieval - ‘Sterling’ Jeton. Circa 13th century AD. Sterling type of Edward I period. Obv: facing bust with alternating pellets and rosettes in place of legend with large perforation at centre of flan. Rev: long floriate cross with slipped-fleur-in-circle in each angle with three pellets in each quarter in place of legend. 1.77 grams. Mitchiner 1, 116. Near very fine. £35 - £50

90 English Medieval - ‘Sterling’ Jeton. Circa 13th century AD. Sterling type of Edward I period. Obv: facing bust with large pellets in place of legend with usual depression at centre of flan. Rev: long cross with rosette of six pellets in each angle with three pellets in each quarter in place of legend. 1.77 grams. RSP 169; Mitchiner 1, 117. Very fine. £40 - £60 12

95 Edward III - London - Transitional Treaty Penny. 1361 AD. Obv: facing bust with EDWAR ANGL DNS HIB legend (omitting REX). Rev: long cross with pellets in angles dividing CIVITAS LONDON legend for London mint. 1.14 grams. S. 1612; N. 1227. Near very fine. Rare. £100 - £150


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96 Henry V - London - Halfgroat. 1413-1422 AD. Class Ei. London. Obv: facing bust with mullet off centre to breast and +HENRICVS DI GRA REX ANGLIE Z FR legend. Rev: long cross and pellets dividing +POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE ME and CIVITAS LONDON legends. 1.75 grams. S. 1772; N: 1391; Potter 7b; Harris Ei. Good fine, with small flan edge split. £100 - £150

100 Henry VI - Calais Mint? - Contemporary Forgery. 14271435 AD. Copy of a ‘Mascle’ Issue. Obv: facing bust with HENRIC REX [ ] legend. Rev: long cross dividing uncertain legend with possible mascle in one quarter. 0.70 grams. Very fine. Rare. £50 - £70

97 Henry VI - London - Annulet/Rosette Mascle Mule Groat. 1427-1430 AD. Obv: facing bust within tressure with +HENRICVS DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC legend. Rev: long cross with pellets in angles dividing outer +POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and inner CIVITAS LON DON legends for London mint, with mascle before LON and rosette after DON. 3.68 grams. S. 1835/1858; N. 1423/1445. Very fine, slightly double struck in obverse legend and toned. The mule scarce. £300 - £400

101 Edward IV - York - Light Coinage Groat. 1464-1470 AD. Obv: facing bust within tressure with E on breast and quatrefoils by neck and +EDWARD DI GR REX ANGL Z FRANC legend and ‘lis’ mintmark. Rev: long cross with pellets in angles dividing outer POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and inner CIVITAS EBORACI legends for York mint. 2.55 grams. S. 2012; N. 1583. Very fine, lightly toned. £175 - £225

98 Henry VI - London - Leaf Trefoil Groat. 1436-1438 AD. Crosses IIIb/V. Obv: facing bust within tressure with leaf on breast and HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC legend with leaf stops. Rev: long cross with pellets in angles dividing outer +POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and inner CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint with leaf before LON and trefoil after DON. 3.93 grams. S. 1897; N. 1484. Good very fine, lightly toned. £200 - £250

102 Richard III - London - Groat. 1483-1485 AD. Type 3. Obv: facing bust within tressure with RICARDVS DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC legend and ‘SR2’ mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets dividing outer POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEVM and inner CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint with same mintmark. 2.98 grams. S. 2157; N. 16798. Generally very fine with slight clipping evident and a flan flaw at edge. Well struck, very good bust, clear marks and clear king’s name. Scarce. £600 - £800

99 Henry VI - London - Leaf Pellet Groat. 1445-1454 AD. Class A. Obv: facing bust within tressure with pellet to each side of crown and leaf on breast and +HENRICVS DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANCIE legend. Rev: long cross with pellets in angles and extra pellet in two quarters dividing outer POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and inner CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint. 3.75 grams. S. 1914; N. 1503. Very fine. £150 - £200

103 Henry VII - Facing Bust Groat. 1485-1490 AD. Open crown issue. Obv: facing bust within tressure with HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC legend and ‘halved lis and rose’ mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets dividing outer POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM and inner CIVITAS LONDON legends for London mint and with same mintmark 2.56 grams. S. 2193; N. 1703. Near very fine with some clipping. Scarce. £80 - £100 13


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104 Henry VII - Canterbury - Halfgroat. 1485-1509 AD. Class IIIc. Obv: facing bust in tressure with HENRIC[ ]REX AGL Z F legend with no stops and ‘tun’ mintmark. Rev: long cross and pellets dividing outer POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV and inner CIVITAS CANTOR legends for Canterbury mint. 1.40 grams. S. 2211; N. 1712c. Good fine and better, with slightly clipped flan as usual. £20 - £30

105 Henry VIII - Groat. 1526-1544 AD. Second coinage, Laker bust A. Obv: profile bust with HENRIC VIII D G AGL Z FRA REX legend and ‘rose’ mintmark. Rev: long cross with saltires in ends over arms dividing POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV legend. 2.68 grams. S. 2337A; N. 1797. Very fine and lightly toned, with very good bust. Scarce thus. £300 - £400 106 z Henry VIII - Groat and Halfgroat [2]. 1526-1544 AD. Second coinage, profile busts. Groat, Laker bust D, with ‘lis’ mintmark. Halfgroat, Archbishop Warham at Canterbury, with WA to sides of reverse shield and ‘uncertain mark’ mintmark. 2.59, 1.39 grams. S. 2337E/2343; N. 1797/1802. Near very fine and fine. £200 - £240

107 Henry VIII Posthumous - Facing Bust Groat. 1547-1551 AD. Posthumous Coinage, Everett Bust B. Obv: facing bust with ‘WS’ monogram mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms with CIVI TAS (lis)BRIS TOLI for Bristol mint. 2.25 grams. S. 2406; N. 1874. Very fine for issue; excellent bust and surfaces; toned. Scarce thus. £100 - £150

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109 Edward VI - Fine Coinage Shilling. 1551-1553 AD. Obv: facing bust with rose to left and ‘XII’ to right and EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX legend and ‘tun’ mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms dividing POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV legend. 5.98 grams. S. 2482; N. 1937. Good very fine. £350 - £500

110 Philip and Mary - 1555 - Shilling. Dated 1555 AD. English titles and no mintmark. Obv: crown over profile busts facing. Rev: crown over shield of arms. 5.70 grams. S. 2501; N. 1968. Fine; busts and date clear. Scarce. £250 - £300 111 z Elizabeth I - Sixpences [2]. Dated 1566 ‘portcullis’ mintmark and 1578 ‘Greek cross’ mintmark. 2.88, 2.90 grams. S. 2561/2573; N. 1997. Fine. £60 - £90

112 Elizabeth I - 1572 - Sixpence. Dated 1572. Obv: profile bust with rose behind and ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HI REGINA legend and ‘pheon’ mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms dividing date and POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV legend. 3.14 grams. S. 2562; N. 1997. Very fine. £60 - £90

113 Elizabeth I - Shilling. Dated 1602 AD. Seventh Issue with ‘2’ mintmark. Obv: profile bust. Rev: long cross over arms. 5.51 grams. S. 2584; N. 2014. Fine and better, slightly weak at centre. Scarce. £100 - £150 108 Henry VIII Posthumous - Facing Bust Groat. 1547-1551 AD. Posthumous Coinage, Tower Bust 2. Obv: facing bust with ‘rose’ mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms with CIVI TAS (lis)BRIS TOLIE legend and ‘WS’ monogram mintmark. 2.21 grams. S. 2406; N. 1874. Fine for issue. Scarce. £90 - £120 14

114 z Elizabeth I - Sixpences [2]. Dated 1601 and 1602 AD. Seventh Issue with ‘1’ and ‘2’ mintmarks. Obv: profile bust with rose behind. Rev: long cross over arms with date above. 2.58, 2.84 grams. S. 2585; N. 2015. Fine and better. Scarce. £80 - £100


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115 Elizabeth I - Halfgroat. Dated 1601 AD. Seventh Issue with ‘1’ mintmark. Obv: profile bust with two pellets behind. Rev: long cross over arms. 0.95 grams. S. 2586; N. 2016. Very fine. £40 - £60

116 Elizabeth I - 1602 Halfgroat. Dated 1602. Seventh issue. Obv: profile bust with two pellets behind and ‘2’ mintmark and E D G ROSA SINE SPINA legend. Rev: long cross over arms dividing CIVITAS LONDON legend. 0.84 grams. S. 2586; N. 2016. Very fine, with attractive light tone. £30 - £40

117 James I - Gold Half Laurel. 1613 AD. Third coinage, fourth bust. Obv: profile bust with X behind and IACOBVS D G MAG BRI FR ET HIB REX legend and ‘trefoil’ mintmark. Rev: long cross over arms dividing HENRIC ROSAS REGNA IACOB legend. Gold, 4.25 grams. S. 2641A; N. 2117. Good fine and better on full flan; twice creased and straightened (used as a love token?) and pierced. £240 - £300

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119 Charles I - Tower Gold Crown. 1642-1649 AD. Group D, fourth bust. Obv: profile bust with V behind and ‘tun’ mintmark. Rev: crowned shield of arms with no mintmark. Gold, 2.35 grams. S. 2715; N. 2185. Fine and better. £120 - £200

120 Charles I - Tower Halfcrown. 1641-1643 AD. Group IV; Type 4 with ‘triangle-in-circle’ mintmark. 14.26 grams. S. 2779; N. 2214. Good fine, reverse better. £60 - £80

121 Charles I - Tower Halfcrown. 1641-1643 AD. Group IV; Type 4 with ‘triangle-in-circle’ mintmark. 14.26 grams. S. 2779; N. 2214. Good fine, reverse better. £60 - £80

122 Charles I - Tower Halfcrown. 1643-1644 AD. Group IV; Type 4 with ‘(P)’ mintmark. 15.25 grams. S. 2779; N. 2214. Good fine, reverse better. £50 - £70

118 James I - Shilling. 1603-1604 AD. First coinage. Obv: profile bust with XII behind and IACOBVS D G ANG SCO FRA ET HIB REX legend and ‘thistle’ mintmark. Rev: arms with EXVRGAT DEVS DISSIPENTVR INIMCI legend. 5.72 grams. S. 2646; N. 2073. Good fine; some scuffs. £40 - £60

123 Charles I - Tower Shillings [3]. 1636-1639 AD. Group D; Type 3a with ‘tun’ mintmark. Group E, Type 4.1 with ‘tun’ and ‘anchor’ mintmarks. Obv: profile bust with XII behind. Rev: oval or squaretopped shield of arms. 5.88, 5.85, 5.90 grams. S. 2791/2795; N. 2225/2229. Fine to very fine.] £70 - £90 15


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124 Charles I - Tower Shillings [3]. 1641-1644 AD. Group F; under King with ‘triangle-in-circle’ mintmark and under Parliament with ‘(P)’ mintmarks. Obv: profile bust with XII behind. Rev: oval or square-topped shield of arms. 5.65, 6.04, 5.79 grams. S. 2799/2800; N. 2231. Fine and better. £70 - £90 125 z Charles I - Tower Shillings [2]. 1639-1641 AD. Group F, Briot bust with ‘star’ mintmarks. Obv: profile bust with XII behind. Rev: square-topped shield of arms. 5.85, 5.61 grams. S. 2799; N. 2231. Fine and near very fine. £70 - £90 131 Charles I - Aberystwyth Sixpence. 1638-1642 AD. Aberystwyth mint. Single arched crown and inner circles both sides. Obv: profile bust with plume before and VI behind and ‘book’ mintmark. Rev: shield of arms. 2.76 grams. S. 2888; N. 2335. Near fine; short cut to flan edge. Rare. £200 - £250

126 Charles I - Tower Shilling. 1645-1646 AD. Group G, type 4.5 with ‘sun’ mintmark. Obv: profile bust with XII behind. Rev: cross moline over square-topped shield of arms. 5.85 grams. S. 2802; N. 2233. Very fine. £70 - £90 132 Charles I - Aberystwyth - Threepence. 1638-1642 AD. Aberystwyth mint. Obv: profile bust with III behind and plume before and ‘book’ mintmark. Rev: plume in crown over shield of arms. 1.51 grams. S. 2894; N. 2340. Very fine; slight weakness on bust. £50 - £70

127 Charles I - Tower Shilling. 1645-1646 AD. Group G with ‘sun’ mintmark. Obv: profile bust with XII behind. Rev: cross moline over shield of arms. 5.75 grams. S. 2802; N. 2233. Very fine. £80 - £100 133 Charles I - Oxford 1646/5 - Groat. Dated 1646 (over 5). Declaration type. No mintmark. Obv: profile bust with IIII behind. Rev: declaration with date below. 1.74 grams. S. 2991; N. 2468. About fine; slight creasing to flan. Scarce. £150 - £200

128 Charles I - Tower Sixpence. 1631-1632 AD. Group C with ‘rose’ mintmark. Obv: profile bust with VI behind. Rev: oval shield of arms with plume. 2.96 grams. S. 2810; N. 2239. Near very fine. Scarce. £100 - £150

129 Charles I - Tower Sixpences [3]. 1635-1636 AD. Group D with ‘crown’ mintmark. Obv: profile bust with VI behind. Rev: oval shield of arms. 2.88, 2.75, 2.99 grams. S. 2813; N. 2241. Generally fine. £90 - £120 130 z Charles I - Tower - Sixpence [3]. 1635-1636 AD. Group D, type 3a. Obv: profile bust with VI behind and CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FR ET HIB REX legend and ‘crown’ mintmark. Rev: round shield with CHRISTO AVSPICE REGNO legend. 2.78, 2.91, 3.14 grams. S. 2813; N. 2241. Generally fine and better. £40 - £60 16

134 Charles I - Bridgenorth-Upon-Severn 1646 - Groat. Dated 1642. Declaration type. Obv: profile bust with IIII behind and plume before and ‘plumelet’ mintmark. Rev: declaration with date below. 1.82 grams. S. 3042; N. 2525. Fine and better; small piercing. Rare. £100 - £150 135 z Charles I - Exeter 1644 - Shilling. Dated 1644. Obv: profile bust with XII behind and ‘rose’ mintmark. Rev: shield of arms with date in legend. 5.00 grams. S. 3085; N. 2575. Fair and better. Very rare. £180 - £240


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140 William and Mary - 1689 - Halfcrown. Dated 1689. First busts, first shield, caul frosted, interior plain, no pearls. Obv: conjoined busts with GVLIELMVS. ET. MARIA. DEI. GRATIA. legend. Rev: crowned arms with date and .MAG. BR. FR. ET. HIB. REX. ET. REGINA. legend. Edge: with DECVS. ET. TVTAMEN. ANNO. REGNI. PRIMO legend. 14.90 grams. S. 3434; ESC 506. Near extremely fine, reverse better, some mint bloom. Rare thus. £550 - £650 136 Charles II - 1662 - Crown. Dated 1662. First draped bust right, rose below, dies . Obv: with CAROLVS II.DEI.GRA legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with date 16-62 at English arms, interlinked Cs in angles and .MAG.BR.FRA.ET.HIB.REX. legend. Edge: with * + * DECVS ET TVTAMEN legend with no stops. 29.49 grams. S. 3350; ESC 15. Near very fine; lightly toned and pleasing. £400 - £500

141 William and Mary - 1689 - Halfcrown. Dated 1689. First busts, first shield, dies . Obv: with GVLIELMVS. ET. MARIA. DEI. GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned shield with caul only frosted to crown and no pearls with date 16-89 above and .MAG. BR. FRA. ET. HIB. REX. ET. REGINA. legend. Edge: with .+.DECVS. ET. TVTAMEN. .ANNO. REGNI. PRIMO.+. legend slightly misaligned and with extra pellet between TVTAMEN and ANNO. 14.50 grams. S. 3434; ESC 506. Very fine and toned. £250 - £300 137 Charles II - 1671 VECESIMO TERTIO - Crown. Dated 1671. Second bust, dies . Obv: with CAROLVS.II.DEI.GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with date 16-71 at English arms, interlinked Cs in angles and .MAG. BR. FRA. ET. HIB. REX. legend. Edge: with .+.DECVS. ET. TVTAMEN. ANNO. REGNI. VICESIMO. TERTIO legend. 28.89 grams. S. 3357; ESC 42. Bold fine and better; lightly toned and pleasing. £200 - £250 138 z James II - 1687 - Crown. Dated 1687. Second bust, dies . Obv: with IACOBVS.II.DEI.GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with date 16-87 at English arms and .MAG.BR.FRA ET.HIB REX. legend. Edge: +DECVS.ET.TVTAMEN.ANNO.REGNI TERTIO legend. 29.37 grams. S. 3407; ESC 78. Bold fine, reverse better; pleasing. £170 - £200

139 William and Mary - 1689 - Halfcrown. Dated 1689. First busts, first shield, dies . Obv: with GVLIELMVS. ET. MARIA. DEI. GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned shield with caul only frosted to crown and pearls with date 16-89 above and .MAG. BR. FRA. ET. HIB. REX. ET. REGINA. legend. Edge: with .+.DECVS. ET. TVTAMEN. .ANNO. REGNI. PRIMO.+. legend. 14.64 grams. S. 3434; ESC 505. Very fine and toned. £200 - £250

142 z William and Mary - 1693/3 - Halfcrown. Dated 1693 (3 over inverted 3). Obv: co-joined busts with GVLIELMVS ET MARIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: cruciform shields with monogram and date in angles dividing MAG BR FR ET HI REX ET REGINA legend. 14.84 grams. S. 3436; ESC 521. Fine. £70 - £100 143 z William and Mary - 1693 - Shilling. Dated 1693. Dies . Obv: with GVLIELMVS. ET. MARIA. DEI. GRATIA. legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with WM monogram and date 1-6-9-3 in angles with MAG. BR. FR. ET. HI. REX. ET. REGINA legend. 5.79 grams. S. 3437; ESC 1076. Fair, but rare. £70 - £90

144 William III- 1696 OCTAVO - Crown. Dated 1696. Third bust, dies . Obv: with GVLIELMVS.III.DEI.GRA. legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with date 16-96 at English arms and .MAG. BR. FRA. ET. HIB. REX. legend. Edge: .+. DECVS. ET. TVTAMEN. ANNO. REGNI. OCTAVO.+.+. legend. 29.46 grams. S. 3472; ESC 94. About very fine, lightly toned. £100 - £150 17


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145 z William III - 1696 - Shilling and Sixpence [2]. Dated 1696. First bust, dies . Obv: with GVLIELMVS.III.DEI.GRA. legends. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with date 16-96 at English arms and .MAG.BR.FRA.ET.HIB.REX. legends. 5.85, 2.99 grams. S. 3497/3520; ESC 1078/1533. Both very fine. £80 - £100 146 z Anne - 1705R and P and 1711 - Sixpences [2]. Dated 1705 and 1711. Dies . Obv: with ANNA.DEI.GRATIA. legends. Rev: crowned cruciform late shields with roses and plumes in angles date 17-05 at English arms and .MAG B.R.FRA ET.HIB REG. legend with extra stop in B.R and Rev: crowned cruciform shields with date 17-11 at English/Scottish arms and .MAG BRI.FR ET.HIB REG. legend. 2.93, 2.99 grams. S. 3594/3619; ESC 1585/1596. Fine; very fine. £50 - £70

151 George II - 1745 - Lima Shilling. Dated 1745. Old bust with LIMA below for silver from Admiral Anson and privateers, dies . Obv: with GEORGIVS.II.DEI.GRATIA. legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with date 17-45 at English arms and .M.B.F.ET.H.REX.F.D.B.ET.L.D.S.R.I.A.T.ET.E. legend. 5.96 grams. S. 3703; ESC 1205. Good very fine and toned. £170 - £200

147 z Anne - 1707 - Crown. Dated 1707. Obv: profile bust with ANNA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: cruciform shields dividing date and MAG BRI FR ET HIB REG legend. Edge: SEPTIMO. 29.77 grams. S. 3601; ESC 104. Bold fine, small dig by chin, reverse better. £50 - £70

148 Anne - 1707E - Halfcrown. Dated 1707. After Union, Edinburgh. Obv: profile bust with E below and ANNA. DEI. GRATIA. legend. Rev: cruciform shields with date and .MAG. BRI. FR. ET. HIB. REG. legend. Edge: with DECVS ET TVTAMEN ANNO REGNI SEXTO legend with * stops. 14.94 grams. S. 3605; ESC 575. Good very fine, some mint bloom with a few minor abrasions. £160 - £200

152 George II - 1746, 1757 - Sixpences [2]. Dated 1746 and 1757. Old bust, dies . Obv: with GEORGIVS.II.DEI.GRATIA. legends. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with dates 17-46 and 17-57 at English arms and .M.B.F.ET.H.REX.F.D.B.ET.L.D.S.R.I.A.T.ET.E. legends. 2.98, 2.98 grams. S. 3710A/3711; ESC 1618/1622. Very fine and good very fine, toned. £60 - £80

153 George III - 1787, 1819 and 1817 - Shillings and Sixpence [3]. Shillings [2]: dated 1787 (with hearts) and 1819. Sixpence: dated 1817. 6.00, 5.62, 2.81 grams. S. 3746/3790/3791; ESC 1225/1235/1632. About extremely fine and better, with lustre. £120 - £150

149 George I - 1726 - Gold Half Guinea. Dated 1726. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS D G M BR FR ET HIB REX F D legend. Rev: cruciform arms and sceptres dividing date and BRVN ET L DVX SRIA TH T EL legend. 4.16 grams. S. 3637. Fine, with slight scuffs and digs. £150 - £200

154 George III - 1797 - Cartwheel Twopence. Dated 1797. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIUS III D G REX incuse legend. Rev: Britannia with BRITANNIA incuse legend and date. 54.48 grams. S. 3776. Very fine. £50 - £70 150 George II - 1747 - Roses Shilling. Dated 1747. Old bust, dies . Obv: with GEORGIVS.II.DEI.GRATIA. legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with roses in angles, date 17-47 at English arms and .M.B.F.ET.H.REX.F.D.B.ET.L.D.S.R.I.A.T.ET.E. legend. 5.93 grams. S. 3702; ESC 1209. Very fine. £60 - £80

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155 z George III - 1817 - Gold Half Sovereign. Dated 1817. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS III DEI GRATIA legend and date below. Rev: arms with REX FID DEF BRITANNIARUM legend. 3.84 grams. S. 3786; M. 400. Fine. £100 - £150


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160 z Victoria - 1852 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1852. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 7.88 grams. S. 3852C; M. 35. Near very fine. £150 - £180

161 Victoria - 1853 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1853. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 7.92 grams. S. 3852C; M. 36. Good very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180 156 George III - 1817 and 1819 - Halfcrowns [2]. Dated 1817 and 1819. New Coinage. Large head and small head types. 14.16, 14.10 grams. S. 3788/3789; ESC 616/623. Extremely fine and nearly so, with lustre, both lightly toned. £170 - £200

162 Victoria - 1872 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1872. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend with date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 7.97 grams. S. 3852C; M. 47. Very fine, with some lustre and die crack to obverse. £150 - £180 157 George IV - 1826 - Halfpenny. Dated 1826. Plain bust with date below, dies . Obv: with .GEORGIUS IV DEI GRATIA. legend. Rev: Britannia seated with 2 incuse lines to saltire and BRITANNIAR:REX FID:DEF: legend. 9.50 grams. S. 3824; Peck 1433. Extremely fine, bright and lustrous with dark edge to reverse; scarce thus. £80 - £100

163 z Victoria - 1854 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1854. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 7.92 grams. S. 3852D; M. 37. Near very fine. £150 - £180 164 z Victoria - 1856 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1856. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 7.88 grams. S. 3852D; M. 39. Good fine. £150 - £180 165 z Victoria - 1860 (Large 0) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1860. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date with large 0 below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 7.91 grams. S. 3852D; M. 43 (variant). Good very fine. £150 - £180

158 William IV - 1834 - Halfcrown. Dated 1834. Plain bust with script W.W., dies . Obv: with GULIELMUS IIII D:G:BRITANNIAR:REX F:D: legend. Rev: shield on mantle with ANNO 1834 legend below. 14.00 grams. S. 3834; ESC 660(R). Very fine, lightly toned. £70 - £90

166 z Victoria - 1862 (Wide Date) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1862. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and wide date. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 7.91 grams. S. 3852D; M. 45 (variant). Good fine. £150 - £180

159 Victoria - 1852 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1852. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 7.98 grams. S. 3852C; M. 35. Good very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180

167 Victoria - 1869 (Die 33) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1869. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend with die number 33 below. 7.96 grams. S. 3853; M. 48. Good very fine. £150 - £180 19


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173 z Victoria - 1872 (Die 41) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1872. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend with date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and die 41 below. 7.93 grams. S. 3853B; M. 56. Near very fine. £150 - £180 174 z Victoria - 1873 (Die 2) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1873. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend with date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and die 2 below. 7.94 grams. S. 3853B; M. 57. Near very fine with small obverse die crack through date. £150 - £180 168 Victoria - 1869 (Die 37) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1869. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend with die number 37 below. 7.97 grams. S. 3853; M. 48. Good very fine. £150 - £180

175 Victoria - 1872 Melbourne - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1872. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend with date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and M below for Melbourne mint. 7.94 grams. S. 3854; M. 59. Near very fine. £150 - £180

169 Victoria - 1869 (Die 37) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1869. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend with die number 37 below. 7.97 grams. S. 3853; M. 48. Good very fine. £150 - £180

170 Victoria - 1871 (Die 32) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1871. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend with die number 32 below. 7.98 grams. S. 3853B; M. 55. Near extremely fine, with much lustre. £180 - £240 171 z Victoria - 1871 (Die 28) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1871. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend with date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and die 28 below. 7.97 grams. S. 3853B; M. 55. Very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180

176 z Victoria - 1884 Melbourne - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1884. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and M below for Melbourne mint. 7.92 grams. S. 3854; M. 65. Very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180

177 Victoria - 1877 Sydney - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1877. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and S below for Sydney mint. 7.95 grams. S. 3855; M. 73. Very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180 178 z Victoria - 1878 Sydney - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1878. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend with date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and S below for Sydney mint. 7.94 grams. S. 3855; M. 74. Near very fine, polished. £150 - £180 179 z Victoria - 1884 Sydney - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1884. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend and date. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and S below for Sydney mint. 7.94 grams. S. 3855; M. 80. Very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180 180 z Victoria - 1871 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1871. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REG F D legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.95 grams. S. 3856; M. 84. Very fine. £150 - £180

172 Victoria - 1872 (Die 86) - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1872. Shield reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend with date below. Rev: shield with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend and die 86 below. 7.98 grams. S. 3853B; M. 56. Very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180 20

181 z Victoria - 1871 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1871. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REG F D legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.91 grams. S. 3856; M. 84. Good fine. £150 - £180


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182 z Victoria - 1878 Melbourne - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1878. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REG F D legend and M below for Melbourne mint. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.94 grams. S. 3857; M. 100. Near very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180 183 z Victoria - 1879 Melbourne - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1879. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REG F D legend with M below for Melbourne mint below. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.94 grams. S. 3857; M. 101. Near very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180 184 z Victoria - 1880 Melbourne - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1880. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REG F D legend with M below for Melbourne mint below. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.94 grams. S. 3857; M. 102. Near very fine, with some lustre. £150 - £180

192 Victoria - 1901 Melbourne - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1901. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below and M on ground line for Melbourne mint. 7.99 grams. S. 3875; M. 161. Near extremely fine, with much lustre. £150 - £180

185 z Victoria - 1879 Melbourne - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1879. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REG F D legend with M below for Melbourne mint. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.94 grams. S. 3857C; M. 107. Good fine. £150 - £180 186 z Victoria - 1876 Sydney - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1876. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REG F D legend and S below for Sydney mint. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.94 grams. S. 3858A; M. 115. Good fine. £150 - £180 187 z Victoria - 1882 Sydney - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1880. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REG F D legend with S below for Sydney mint. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.92 grams. S. 3858D; M. 119. Near very fine. £150 - £180

193 Victoria - 1846 - Halfcrown. Dated 1846. Obv: profile bust with date below and VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: shield in wreath with BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 14.00 grams. S. 3888; ESC 680. Good fine and better. £20 - £30

188 z Victoria - 1890 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1890. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITT REG F D legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.95 grams. S. 3866B; M. 128. Good fine. £150 - £180

194 Victoria - 1849 - Godless Florin. Dated 1849. Obv: VICTORIA REGINA legend and date. Rev: cruciform arms dividing ONE FLORIN ONE TENTH OF A POUND legend. 11.24 grams. S. 3890; ESC 802. Extremely fine. £70 - £90

189 Victoria - 1900 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1900. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.91 grams. S. 3874; M. 151. Near very fine. £150 - £180 190 z Victoria - 1900 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1900. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.94 grams. S. 3874; M. 151. Near very fine. £150 - £180 191 z Victoria - 1899 Melbourne - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1899. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below and M on ground line for Melbourne mint. 7.94 grams. S. 3875; M. 159. Near very fine. £150 - £180

195 Victoria - 1876 (mdccclxxvi, Die 32) - Gothic Florin. Dated 1876. Gothic type with die number 32 and WW below, dies . Obv: with ‘Victoria d:g:britt:reg:f:d:mdccclxxvi’ legend in black letter. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with symbols in angles and ‘One florin’ and ‘one tenth of a pound’ legends in black letter. 11.27 grams. S. 3893; ESC 845. Good very fine, lightly toned, some contact marks. £80 - £10 21


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196 Victoria - 1846, 1875 (Die 64) - Shillings [2]. Dated 1846 and 1875. Young head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITANNIAR:REG:F:D: legend. Rev: crown over ONE SHILLING legend in two lines with date below (and die number 64 for the 1875 coin). 5.65, 5.61 grams. S. 3904/3906A; ESC 1293/1327. Near extremely fine, toned; very fine. £180 - £200 197 z Victoria - Group of Silver Coins [7]. Shillings, 1868 (die 8) and 1887; sixpences, 1839, 1887 and 1893; threepences, 1885 and 1887. 22.60 grams (total). Extremely fine to uncirculated, most with lustre and some light toning. £40 - £60 198 z Victoria - 1872 (die 103) and 1885 - Shillings [2]. Dated 1872 (die 103) and 1885. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITANNIAR REG F D legend. Rev: ONE SHILLING in wreath with crown and date below. 5.67, 5.67 grams. S. 3906/3907; ESC 1324/1345. Good very fine. £30 - £50 199 z Victoria - 1881, 1884 - Shillings [2]. Dated 1881 and 1884. Young head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITANNIAR:REG:F:D: legend. Rev: crown over ONE SHILLING legend in two lines with date below. 5.65, 5.59 grams. S. 3907; ESC 1339/1343. Near extremely fine, toned, slight contact marks; good very fine, bright, some marks. £50 - £70

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201 Victoria - 1883, 1885, 1887 - Sixpences [3]. Dated 1883, 1885 and 1887. Young head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITANNIAR:REG:F:D: legend. Rev: crown over SIX PENCE legend within wreath with date below. 2.80, 2.83, 2.81 grams. S. 3912; ESC 1744/1746/1750. Uncirculated (obv. from rusty die); uncirculated, lustrous, lightly toned; uncirculated, lustrous, bright, scuff on neck. £160 - £200 202 z Victoria - 1841 - Groat and Maundy Fourpence [2]. Dated 1841. Young head, dies  and . Obv: with VICTORIA D:G:BRITANNIAR:REGINA F:D: legend. Rev: Britannia seated with date in exergue and FOUR PENCE legend and crowned numeral 4 dividing date within wreath. 1.88, 1.88 grams. S. 3913/3917; ESC 1935(R)/2451(part). Uncirculated, irridescent tone; almost uncirculated, lustrous, lightly toned. £60 - £80 203 z Victoria - 1840, 1849 - Groats [2]. Dated 1840 and 1849. Young head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA D:G: BRITANNIAR: REGINA F:D: legend. Rev: Britannia seated with date in exergue and FOUR PENCE legend. 1.89, 1.88 grams. S. 3913; ESC 1934/1945. Almost uncirculated, lustrous, irridescent tone; good extremely fine, lustrous, lightly toned. £120 - £150 204 z Victoria - 1843 - Three-Halfpence. Dated 1843. Young head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA D:G:BRITANNIAR:REGINA F:D: legend. Rev: crown over numerals 1½ with date 1843 below within wreath. 0.70 grams. S. 3915; ESC 2259. Extremely fine, lustrous. £15 - £20

205 Victoria - 1887 - Cased Maundy Set. Dated 1887. Set of four coins, young head bust. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA D G BRITANNIAR REGINA F D legend. Rev: crowned numeral dividing date, within wreath. 20 grams (including case). S. 3916; ESC 2501. As struck, with irridescent tone and in original dated case of issue. Scarce. £100 - £150 200 Victoria - 1838, 1855, 1879 - Sixpences [3]. Dated 1838, 1855 and 1879. Young head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITANNIAR:REG:F:D: legend. Rev: crown over SIX PENCE legend within wreath with date below. 2.82, 2.78, 2.82 grams. S. 3908/3911; ESC 1682/1701/173(R). Extremely fine, cleaned; very fine, toned; uncirculated, lustrous and very lightly toned. £200 - £240 22

206 z Victoria - 1887 - Silver Currency Year Set [7]. Dated 1887. Set of all silver currency coins for the year, all Jubilee head type including crown, double florin, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence. 86.10 grams (total). Good very fine to extremely fine. £50 - £90


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211 z Victoria - 1887 - Halfcrowns [2]. Dated 1887. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: arms in garter with date below and BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID DEF legend. 14.15, 14.14 grams. S. 3924; ESC 717. Almost uncirculated and extremely fine (this last sometime cleaned). £40 - £60

207 Victoria - 1887 - Arabic Double Florin. Dated 1887. Jubilee Head. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: cruciform shields with FID DEF BRITT REG legend and date. 22.61 grams. S. 3923; ESC 395. Uncirculated with minor bag marks, light golden tone. £70 - £90

208 Victoria - 1887 - Arabic Double Florin. Dated 1887. Jubilee Head. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: cruciform shields with date and FID DEF BRITT REG legend. 22.63 grams. S. 3923; ESC 395. About uncirculated, brilliant. £70 - £90

212 Victoria - 1887 - Halfcrown. Dated 1887. Jubilee head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned shield in garter with date 1887 below and BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID:DEF: legend. 14.13 grams. S. 3924; ESC 719. Almost uncirculated, lustrous, very lightly toned. £40 - £60

213 Victoria - 1887 - Halfcrown. Dated 1887. Jubilee head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned shield in garter with date 1887 below and BRITANNIARUM REGINA FID:DEF: legend. 14.12 grams. S. 3924; ESC 719. Almost uncirculated, deep blueish-grey full tone. £40 - £60 214 z Victoria - 1887 - Florins [2]. Dated 1887. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: cruciform shields with date and FID DEF BRITT REG legend. 11.24, 11.30 grams. S. 3925; ESC 868. Uncirculated, brilliant and extremely fine. £40 - £50

209 Victoria - 1888 - Double Florin. Dated 1888. Jubilee head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with sceptres in angles and date (Arabic 1) at English arms with BRITT:REG:FID:DEF: legend. 22.58 grams. S. 3923; ESC 397. Uncirculated, full reddish tone, lustrous; few tiny contact marks. £80 - £100

210 Victoria - 1890 - Double Florin. Dated 1890. Jubilee head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned cruciform shields with sceptres in angles and date (Arabic 1) at English arms with BRITT:REG:FID:DEF: legend. 22.57 grams. S. 3923; ESC 399. Brilliant good extremely fine, lustrous; few tiny contact marks. £70 - £90

215 Victoria - 1887 - Proof Shilling. Dated 1887 AD. Obv: Jubilee head with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA BRITT REGINA F D legend. Rev: crowned shield in garter with date below. 5.65 grams. 3926; ESC 1350. Proof, minor hairlines. £80 - £100

216 Victoria - 1893 - Halfcrown. Dated 1893. Old head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA.DEI.GRA BRITT.REG. legend. Rev: shield in collar with date 1893 below and FID.DEF.IND.IMP. HALF CROWN legend. 14.12 grams. S. 3938; ESC 726. Brilliant uncirculated. £60 - £80 23


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217 z Victoria - 1893 - Halfcrowns [2]. Dated 1893. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REG legend. Rev: arms with date and FID DEF IND IMP HALF CROWN legend. 14.07, 14.08 grams. S. 3938; ESC 726. Extremely fine and better. £40 - £60 218 z Victoria - OH Shillings [5]. Dated 1893, 1897 (2), 1898 and 1899. Obv: profile bust with VICTORIA DEI GRA BRITT REGINA FID DEF IND IMP legend. Rev: triple arms with date and ONE SHILLING legend. 28.29 grams (total). S. 3940/3941; ESC 1361/1366/1367/1368. Good extremely fine to brilliant uncirculated. £50 - £70

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222 Edward VII - 1906 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1906. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with EDWARDVS VII D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.98 grams. S. 3969; M. 178. Very fine, with lustre. £150 - £180 223 z Edward VII - Group of Silver Coins [4]. Halfcrown, 1902; florin, 1902; sixpence, 1906; threepence, 1903. 29.71 grams total. Good extremely fine to uncirculated, all with lustre and some lightly toned. £30 - £50 224 z Edward VII - 1902 - Matt Proof Shilling. Dated 1902. Dies . Obv: with EDWARDVS VII DEI GRA:BRITT:OMN:REX legend. Rev: lion on crown dividing date 19-02 with FID:DEF:IND:IMP: ONE SHILLING legend. 5.65 grams. S. 3982; ESC 1411. About FDC, tiny hairlines on bust. £30 - £40

225 Edward VII - 1903, 1909, 1906, 1907 - Sixpences [2] and Threepences [2]. Dated 1903, 1909, 1906 and 1907. Dies . Obv: with EDWARDVS VII D:G: BRITT: OMN: REX FID: DEF: IND: IMP: legend. Rev: crown over SIX PENCE legend in two lines within wreath with date below and crown over numeral 3 dividing date within wreath. 2.82, 2.81, 1.41, 1.41 grams. S. 3983/3984; ESC 1787/1793/2119/2120. All about uncirculated, brilliant, 1906 threepence toned (and possibly Maundy issue). £100 - £150

219 Victoria - 1858, 1854 - Penny and Halfpenny [2]. Dated 1858 and 1854. Young head with date below and no WW on truncation, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legends. Rev: Britannia seated with BRITANNIAR:REG:FID:DEF: legends. 18.83, 9.36 grams. S. 3948/3949; Peck 1518/1542. Near extremely fine, toned; good extremely fine, some lustre.] £80 - £100

226 Edward VII - 1903 - Maundy Set [4]. Dated 1903. Dies . Obv: with EDWARDVS VII D:G:BRITT:OMN:REX F:D:IND:IMP: legend. Rev: crown over numeral 4 (or 3, 2, 1) dividing date 19-03 within wreath. 1.88, 1.40, 0.94, 0.47 grams. S. 3985; ESC 2518. Brilliant uncirculated, matching light tone. £60 - £80

227 Edward VII - 1902 - Pennies and Halfpenny [3]. Dated 1902. Dies . Obv: with EDWARDVS VII DEI GRA:BRITT:OMN:REX FID:DEF:IND:IMP: legend. Rev: Britannia seated with date 1902 in exergue and ONE PENNY or HALF PENNY legends. 9.48, 9.28, 5.69 grams. S. 3990/3991. About uncirculated, with some lustre. £50 - £70

228 George V - 1912 - Sovereign Pendant. Dated 1912. With attached pendant mount loop. 8.38 grams. S. 3996. Fine. £80 - £100

220 Victoria - 1853, 1858 - Halfpenny and Farthing [2]. Dated 1853 and 1858 (with broken 5 - see Peck). Young head with date below, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA DEI GRATIA legends. Rev: Britannia seated with BRITANNIAR:REG:FID:DEF: legends. 9.46, 4.52 grams. S. 3949/3950; Peck 1539/1586(note 1). Almost uncirculated, lustre; very fine, toned, the broken numeral rare. £60 - £80 221 z Victoria - 1843, 1844, 1866, 1885 - Half Farthings and Third Farthings [5]. Dated 1843, 1844 [2], 1866 and 1885. Young head, dies . Obv: with VICTORIA D:G: BRITANNIAR: REGINA F:D: and VICTORIA D.G. BRITT. REG. F.D.legends. Rev: crown over HALF FARTHING in two lines with date below and ONE THIRD FARTHING with date below and within wreath legends. 2.37, 2.33, 2.35, 0.92, 0.89 grams. S. 3951/3960; Peck 1593/1594/-. Good very fine to about uncirculated, toned. £60 - £80 The half farthings originally made for use in Ceylon but current in UK from 1842; the third farthings made for use in Malta.

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229 George V - 1911 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1911. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS V D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.97 grams. S. 3996; M. 213. Good very fine, with lustre. £150 - £180

230 George V - 1912 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1912. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS V D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.97 grams. S. 3996; M. 214. Very fine, with lustre. £150 - £180


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231 George V - 1913 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1913. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS V D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 7.97 grams. S. 3996; M. 215. Good very fine, with lustre. £150 - £180 236 Ireland - James II 1690 - Pewter Emergency Halfpenny. Dated 1690. Pewter emergency money, Type II with brass plug to flan. Obv: profile bust with leaf below and IACOBVS DEI GRATIA legend. Rev: crowned harp dividing date with MAG BR FRA ET HIB REX legend. 3.97 grams. S. 6592. Fine and better, some corrosion patches to reverse. Scarce. £50 - £70

232 George V - 1925 - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1925. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS V D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below. 8.00 grams. S. 3996; M. 220. Extremely fine, with lustre. £150 - £180 Probably struck during the reign of George VI.

237 David I (in the name of Stephen) - Carlisle - Penny. 1136-1140 AD. Period A, as Stephen Watford Type (BMC i). Obv: profile bust with sceptre and +S[TIFNE]REX: legend. Rev: cross moline with +VDARD[:ON:CARD] legend for the moneyer Hudard at Carlisle mint. 1.13 grams. S. 5002. See EMC 2009.0155 for a die duplicate. About as struck, part flat as usual and with some surface abrasions. Very rare. £400 - £600 233 George V - 1911 Ottawa - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1911. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS V D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below and C on ground line for Ottawa, Canada mint. 7.97 grams. S. 3997; M. 221. Extremely fine, with lustre. £150 - £180

Found near Radlett, Hertfordshire, 2010.

238 Mary - Edinburgh - Bawbee (6d). 1542-1558 AD. First period, before marriage, billon 3/4 alloy issue. Obv: crowned thistle between M-R with MARIA D G REGINA SCOTORV legend. Rev: crown on St Andrew’s cross with two cinquefoils and OPPIDVM EDINBVRGI legend for Edinburgh mint. 1.96 grams. S. 5432. Very fine for issue, with good surfaces. Scarce thus. £30 - £50 234 George V - 1918 Perth - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1918. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS V D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below and P on ground line for Perth mint. 7.97 grams. S. 4001; M. 257. Good very fine, with lustre. £150 - £180

235 George V - 1930 Pretoria - Gold Sovereign. Dated 1930. St George reverse. Obv: profile bust with GEORGIVS V D G BRITT OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: St George and dragon with date below and SA on ground line for Pretoria, South Africa mint. 7.99 grams. S. 4005; M. 294. Extremely fine, with lustre. £150 - £180

239 J. W. ‘A Fop’ 1799 - Engraved Token. Dated 1799. An 18th century token halfpenny smoothed but with impressed edge ON DEMAND IN LONDON LIVERPOOL OR ANGLESEY legend present. One side with engraved full length portrait of a Georgian gentleman with initials J to left and W to right and ‘A FOP’ below. The reverse engraved with script initials JW with date below. 23.38 grams. Extremely fine, the engraved of good quality and fresh. Rare. £50 - £70 Ex Blythe & Co, 18th April 2009, lot 57.

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240 Henry Fauntleroy - Banker and Forger - Executed Newgate 1824 - Engraved 1797 Cartwheel Penny. A George III cartwheel penny of 1797, the obverse, within the raised rim neatly engraved around Such be the fate of all insolvent Bankers & Agents and in five lines across the centre Fauntleroy the ROBBER of Widows & Orphans Exceuted at Newgate. 27.40 grams. The host coin fair, the engraving less so and skillful. Rare. £150 - £200 Henry Fauntleroy, a partner in the banking firm of Marsh, Sibbald & Co, was executed at Newgate Prison, November 1824, following his trial at the Old Bailey after embezzling up to £250,000 and causing much misery. Perhaps a moral for our own times?

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244 Hungary - Ferdinand III 1655 - Thaler. Dated 1655. Kremnitz (Kormoczbanya) mint. Obv: profile bust with FERDINAND III D G RO I S AVG GER HV BOH REX legend. Rev: double eagle with arms and ARCHIDVX AVS DVX BVR MAR MOR CO TY legend and date. 28.14 grams. K&M# 107; D. 3198. Good very fine with excellent bust. Rare. £80 - £100

245 China - Cash Coinage [50]. Circa 200 BC-1800 AD. Group of cast cash coins from various dynasties, with a piece of spade money and a multiple. Most with tickets identifying them. 260 grams (total). Generally fine to very fine. An interesting group. £30 - £50

246 France - Medieval ‘Sterling’ Jeton. Circa 15th century AD. Obv: crowned facing bust within trilobe with+GETES CONTES SOVMES legend. Rev: cross within quatrelobe with +PAR AMOVRS SVI DONE legend. 1.54 grams. RSP 602: Mitchiner -. Extremely fine. £30 - £50

241 Mrs Cole - Women’s Suffrage - Engraved 1862 Victoria Penny. A Victoria bronze penny, dated 1862. The obverse portrait embellished by engraving to represent a bonnet tied under the chin, a shawl across the shoulders and reading glasses, with MRS COLE legend in front. 8.95 grams. S. 3954 (coin). The host coin about fine, the engraving fresh and skillful. Rare and interesting. £40 - £50 Mrs Ethel Cole was a leading character in the women’s suffrage play ‘How the Vote was Won’, by Cicely Hamilton (1909). Cicely was also a founder member of the Women Writer’s Suffrage League. An interesting piece of suffrage memorabilia.

242 z Advertising Coins - Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper and Borwick’s Baking Powder [2]. A George IV penny with stamped LLOYD’S WEEKLY NEWSPAPER 3D POST FREE around the circumference of the reverse; with a France 10 centimes dated 1872 with stamped BORWICK’S BAKING POWDER in three lines to the obverse. 16.85, 10.03 grams. Host coin fair, overstamp very fine and host coin near very fine with stamping fresh. Scarce, the Lloyd’s usually seen on cartwheel pennies. £40 - £60

247 German States - Alsace Lorraine - Abbey of Merbach 1556 Thaler. Dated 1556. Abbot Iohannes Rudolphus von Stoerenberg (1544-1570). Obv: double-headed eagle with CAROLVS V ROM IMPERATOR legend and date for emperor Charles V. Rev: arms with IOES RVD D G MVRBAC ET LVTREN ABB legend for the abbot. 28.19 grams. See EL 2-3; Divo 1. Near very fine. £160 - £200 248 z German States - Hamburg 1913 - 5 Marks [2]. Dated 1913. Obv: arms with FREIE UND HANSESTADT HAMBURG legend and ‘J’ mintmark below. Rev: eagle with date and DEUTSCHES REICH FUNF MARK legend. 27.67, 27.73 grams. K&M # 293. Very fine. £20 - £30 249 z German East Africa - 1911J - Rupee. Dated 1911. Hamburg mint. Obv: profile bust with GUILELMUS II IMPERATOR legend. Rev: 1 RUPEE at centre with date and mintmark below within wreath and with DEUTSCH OSTAFRIKA legend. 11.66 grams. K&M# 10. Good very fine. £20 - £40

243 South Africa - Paul Kruger - Engraved 1897 Two Shillings. Dated 1897. A South Africa two shillings, the obverse bust with engraved embellishments of a top hat and tobacco pipe. 11.30 grams. Host coin near extremely fine, engraving neat and fresh. Very rare political satire. £50 - £90 26

250 z Spain - Group of Hammered Copper Coins [32]. 17th18th century. A group of copper multiple maradevis, some countermarked. 165 grams (total). Good fine and better for the issues. An interesting group for study. £30 - £50


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260 z Shipwreck - Atocha 1622 - 8 Reales. 1618-1622 AD. A Potosi mint, assayer T, 8 reales coin from the famous Atocha shipwreck, discovered by Mel Fisher. 44 x 35 cm. Sea salvage condition and cleaned (graded TWO(2) by Fisher). £30 - £50 In Mel Fisher leather wallet and numbered 96A-19764 and with certificate.

261 z Shipwreck - ‘Coconut’ Wreck - Mexico - 8 Reales [2]. Dated 1801, 1802. Two Spanish 8 reales coins, recovered from the ‘Coconut’ shipwreck. 23.32, 24.13 grams. Sea salvage condition but details clear and surfaces good. £50 - £70 251 Turkey - Gold 100 Piastres. Dated 1277 AH (1861 AD). Abdul Aziz, regnal year 13. Obv: toughra in wreath and stars. Rev: inscription and date in wreath. Gold, 7.18 grams. K&M # 696. Very fine and better. £160 - £200

252 Turkey - Group of 20 Paras and Others [13]. Mostly 19th century AD (1220s AH). Years 21 to 29; group of ten. With three other Islamic small silvers. Silver, average 1.60 grams. K&M #588, etc. The 20 paras about as struck (one pierced), others about very fine. £30 - £40

253 USA - 1832 - Liberty Cap Half Dime. Dated 1832. Obv: profile bust with 13 rosettes around and date below. Rev: eagle with 5c below and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA legend. 1.36 grams. K&M # 47. Near extremely fine. Scarce. £70 - £90 254 z USA - Monroe Doctrine 1923S - Half Dollar. Dated 1923. San Francisco mint. Obv: cojoined busts with date and mintmark to right, motto to left and UNITED STATES MONROE ADAMS HALF DOLLAR legend. Rev: allegorical map of americas with MONROE DOCTRINE CENTENNIAL LOS ANGELES legend. 12.52 grams. K&M# 153. Good very fine. £20 - £40 255 z Group of Mixed Coins [5]. A mixed group of coins comprising Greek Cherronese silver, Elizabeth I threepence (dated 1566, mintmark portcullis), Charles I halfgroat, George III 1790 ‘spade half guinea’ counter and Victoria 1843 half farthing. 9.24 grams (total). Fine to very fine. £20 - £30

256 Shipwreck - HMS Association. A framed coin and certificate (by Roland Morris) of a Spanish coin from this famous shipwreck. With an additional printout of information. 44 x 35 cm. Fine and interesting. £50 - £70

257 Shipwreck - HMS Association - Ducaton & Shilling [2]. A ducaton of Philip IV with an English shilling of William III, dated 1698, recovered from the HMS Association shipwreck. 22.11, 5.58 grams. Sea salvage condition but all details clear and surfaces sound. £50 - £70 258 z Shipwreck - Atocha 1622 - 2 Reales. 1576-1586 AD. A Potosi mint, assayer B, 2 reales coin from the famous Atocha shipwreck, discovered by Mel Fisher. 44 x 35 cm. Sea salvage condition and cleaned (graded ONE(1) by Fisher). £30 - £50

262 Shipwreck - Lucayan Beach Treasure - Cob 8 Reales. 1598-1628 AD. Mexico mint. Obv: arms with legend. Rev: arms with legend. 27.39 grams. Good fine for issue, about as struck. £90 - £120 With documentation, certificate and box; ex Spink. The Lucayan Beach treasure was discovered off Grand Bahama island in 1964 and is from the wreck of a pirate ship, the coin it carried possibly loot from the capture by Piet Hayn of the Spanish treasure fleet on 8th September 1628.

MEDALS 263 z James II - Coronation 1685 - Roettiers. Dated 1685 AD. The official Coronation Medal by John Roettier. Obv: profile bust. Rev: laurel wreath on cushion with hand holding crown above. Date 23rd April 1685 in exergue. 15.44 grams, 34 mm. MIBH 5; Eimer 273 (136.3). Good fine. 800 struck. £60 - £80 This is the medal distributed at the Coronation ceremony. The dies are now in the British Museum.

264 z Anne - Union of England and Scotland - Croker. Dated 1st May, 1707, in copper-alloy. Obv: bust of Anne with ANNA D G MAG BRI FR ET HIB REG legend. Rev: arms in garter on pedestal with MAII I MDCCVII legend. The commemorative medal by J. Croker. 57.04 grams, 47 mm. MI ii, 296; BCM 424a/AE. Generally very fine, with some edge knocks. £50 - £70 265 z 1862 International Exhibition Silver Medal by Wiener. Dated 1862. Struck at the Exhibition at Crystal Palace. Obv: view of west front with INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION 1862 legend and STAMPED IN THE BUILDING BY H. UHLHORN OF GREVENBROICH PRUSSIA in exergue. Rev: interior view, signed J. Wiener. Silver, 36.30 grams, 41 mm. AMC 182t; BCM -. As struck, in original card box. £90 - £120

In Mel Fisher leather wallet and numbered 95A-1134 and with certificate.

259 z Shipwreck - Atocha 1622 - 2 Reales. 1576-1586 AD. A Potosi mint, assayer B, 2 reales coin from the famous Atocha shipwreck, discovered by Mel Fisher. 44 x 35 cm. Sea salvage condition and cleaned (graded TWO(2) by Fisher). £30 - £50 In Mel Fisher leather wallet and numbered 95A-0326-3 and with certificate.

266 z Victoria - 1897 Royal Mint Diamond Jubilee Gold Medal. The official Royal Mint gold Jubilee medallion by G. W. de Saulles. Obv: veiled bust of Victoria. Rev: young head bust of Victoria (after W. Wyon). Gold, 12.84 grams, 26 mm. BHM 3506; BCM 1817b/AV. Uncirculated, as struck in 22ct gold. Scarce. £250 - £300 27


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267 z Victoria - 1897 - Large Silver Jubilee Medal. Dated 1897. Royal Mint issue. Obv: old head bust with VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX IVN MDCCCXCVII legend. Rev: young head bust with LONGITVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERAEIVS ET IN SINISTRA GLORIA legend. 85 grams, 56 mm. E. 1817a; BHM 3506. As struck, with irridescent tone, in original red leather case of issue. £70 - £90

278 z Germany - Prussia - 1888 - Medallion. Dated 15 June 1888. Obv: profile bust with FRIEDRICH DEUTSCHER KAISER KONIG PREUSSEN legend. Rev: inscription LERNE LEIDEN OHNE ZU KLAGEN in four lines with date below and SEINEN FRITZ WIRD DEUTSCHLAND NIE VERGESSEN legend. 9.16 grams, 28.10 mm. Near as struck, with lustre. £30 - £40

268 z Victoria - 1897 - Large Copper Jubilee Medal. Dated 1897. Royal Mint issue. Obv: old head bust with VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX IVN MDCCCXCVII legend. Rev: young head bust with LONGITVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERAEIVS ET IN SINISTRA GLORIA legend. 75 grams, 56 mm. E. 1817a; BHM 3506. As struck, lightly toned, in original red leather case of issue. £20 - £40

279 z German Lead Medallion. A later cast in lead of ‘Die schwartze schande’ by Goetz. Obv: profile helmetted African soldier with inscription round. Rev: allegorical figure of Germany as naked female tied to helmetted erect phallus, plough to left with inscription round and KG in exergue. 59.82 grams, 54 mm. As cast and lightly toned. £30 - £50

269 z Edward VII - Coronation Silver Medals [2]. Dated 1902. The official Royal Mint silver medal by G. W. de Saulles, offered with the silver medal by G. Frampton. Silver, 12.74, 20.84 grams, 31, 35 mm. BCM 1871b/AG and BCM 1872c/AG. Uncirculated, about as struck. £40 - £60 270 z George V - Coronation and Silver Jubilee Medals [2]. Dated 1910 and 1935. The official Royal Mint silver Coronation medal by B. Mackennal, offered with the Royal Mint Silver Jubilee medal by P. Metcalf. Silver, 12.53, 15.71 grams, 31, 32 mm. BCM 1922b/AG and BCM 2029b/AG. Uncirculated, about as struck. £25 - £40 271 z George V - 1911 - Large Bronze Coronation Medal. Dated 1911. Royal Mint issue. Obv: bust of George V with GEORGE V CROWNED JUNE 22 1911 legend. Rev: bust of Elizabeth with QVEEN MARY JUNE 22 1911 legend. 80 grams, 51 mm. E. 2046a; BHM 4314. As struck, lightly toned, in original red leather case of issue. £40 - £60

A later cast of the well known satyrical medal by Karl Goetz, originally produced in 1923.

280 z Meissen Porcelain Medallion - Meissen Cathedral 1968. Dated 1968. Millennium commemorative. Obv: replicating the seal of Meissen. Rev: inscribed HOCHSTIFT MEISSEN 968-1968 with crossed sword mark below. 51.10 grams, 65 mm. As issued. £20 - £40 281 z Sweden - Gustav V - Bronze Medals [2]. Dated 1908 and 1927. Rectangular. Obv: co-joined busts. Rev: view of city with TILL MINNE AF DERAS MAJESTATER KONUNG GUSTAFVS OCH DROTTNING VICTORIAS BESOKI PARIS 1908 legend. Circular. Obv: profile bust with GUSTAF V SVERIGES KONUNG IX FRIM PROV V S V legend. Rev: eagle with GENOM TOCKNEN MOT L’USET legend and dates 1877-1927. 105, 70 grams. As struck, lightly toned, the first in original red card case of issue. £50 - £70

272 z George VI - 1937 - Large Silver Coronation Medal. Dated 1937. Royal Mint issue. Obv: bust of George VI with GEORGE VI CROWNED 12 MAY 1837 legend. Rev: bust of Elizabeth with QVEEN ELIZABETH 12 MAY 1937 legend. 90 grams, 57 mm. E. 2046a; BHM 4314. As struck, with matt finish, in original red leather case of issue. £70 - £90

282 z Utrecht - 300th Anniversary of Treaty - Medal. Dated 1885. Obv: lion in palisade holding staff surmounted by hat and bundle of arrows, radiant sun in front. Rev: inscription in eight lines and signed C. J. Begeer, Utrecht. 25.85 grams, 43 mm. As struck and lightly toned. £50 - £70

273 Portrait Plaster for Medal of Margaret Cravens - Mary Swainson. Undated. Original plaster model for the medal, by Mary Swainson. 130 grams, 95 mm. Very fine. £20 - £30

283 Baltic Medal – Unnamed as Issued. 1845-1855. With floriate swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Victoria with VICTORIA REGINA legend. Rev: Britannia seated with BALTIC above and 18541855 below. Edge: plain, as issued. Silver, 35.83 grams, 36 mm. BBM 71; MY 118. Near extremely fine, with some light contact marks. £70 - £100

274 Portrait Plaster for Medal of Karoline Gjornstj - Mary Swainson. Dated 1925. Large uniface plaster original model for the obverse of the medal, by Mary Swainson. 375 grams, 140 mm. Very fine and unique. £20 - £30

275 Order of Oddfellows - Manchester - Medals [3]. Dated 1937, 1938 and undated. Enamelled in red, white and blue, with ribbons and pins. Monogram with INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS MANCHESTER UNIT legend. Rev; hallmarked and with engraved LOYAL WELLINGTON LODGE 7060 SIS C L M HARRIS legend and date. 19 grams each. As struck, lightly toned, with an original red leather case of issue. Two hallmarked silver, one plated. £20 - £50

Awarded to members of RN, RM and RS for operations in the Baltic Sea during the Crimea War.

284 Crimea Medal – Unnamed as Issued. 1854-1856. With floriate swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Victoria with VICTORIA REGINA legend. Rev: roman warrior being crowned by Victory with CRIMEA legend to side. Edge: plain. Clasps: none. Silver, 36.74 grams, 36 mm. BBM 72; MY 119. Good very fine, a few light marks. £60 - £80

276 z France - Group of Medallions [4]. 19th century. One silver medallion of Louis Philippe I as king, a bronze of Napoleon by Montagny dated 1833, a gilt copper of Louis Napoleon dated 1852 with suspension loop and ring and a bronze Mint medallion for the Paris Universal Exposition of 1878. 32.40 grams (total), 22 to 30 mm. Generally very fine and better. £20 - £30

285 Canada GS Medal - Fenian Raid 1866 - to Pte. M. Lacey RM, HMS Herring (HMS Heron). 1866-1870. With straight swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Victoria with VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX legend. Rev: Canadian flag in maple wreath with CANADA legend above. Edge: engraved Royal Navy style M. LACEY. PTE. R. M. H.M.S. HERRING (sic) legend. Clasps: with Fenian Raid 1866 bar. Silver, 38.68 grams, 36 mm. BBM 80; MY 125(i). About extremely fine, some light contact marks. Rare to this ship and the error unusual. £150 - £180

277 z Napoleon Lead Medal (Andrieu) and Three Electrotype Medals [4]. 19th century. The large uniface lead medal of Napoleon Bonaparte engraved by Bertrand Andreu (1761-1822) with remains of paper label to reverse and offered with three uniface copper electrotype shells of Naploeon and French Revolution related medals. 645 grams, 140 mm (Andrieu medal). Fine and attractive. £40 - £60

The Fenian Raid of 1866 was the invasion of Canada on 31 May 1866 under John O’Neill, with actions fought at Ridgeway, Fort Erie and St Armand before they retreated to the USA after 9 June. The medal was instituted by the Canadian government from 1899 to surviving participants, with clasps for the various actions. It should be noted that the Albacore class gunboat HMS Herring (launched 1856, broken up 1865) is not included in the list of ships taking part in the Raid but HMS Heron (launched 1860, broken up Jamaica 1881) and a sister gunboat, is listed with 11 recipients – presumably an error in naming on this medal.

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286 Egypt 1882 Medal - to Capt. Coxn. P. Brown, HMS Iris. 1882-1889. Dated type with straight swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Victoria with VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX legend. Rev: Sphinx with EGYPT above and 1882 date below. Edge: engraved Royal Navy style P. BROWN . CAPT: COXN: H.M.S. IRIS legend. Clasps: none. Silver, 35.81 grams, 36 mm. BBM 87 (297 awarded to HMS Iris); MY 131(i). Very fine with contact marks. £50 - £80

293 World War I Group - War, Victory and 1914-15 Star Medals - to C S Mjr F Chilton [3]. 1914-1919. Group of three medals, named to L-9561 W O CL 2 F J CHILTON R FUS (Royal Fusiliers); star named to 9561 C S Mjr F CHILTON R FUS. Silver and bronze, 85 grams (total). MY 184/MY 185/ MY 186. As struck, with lustre. £15 - £25

HMS Iris was the first British naval ship of steel construction, launched Pembroke 1877. Percy Brown was then rated able seaman, aged 22 years, born Woolwich, Kent.

294 World War II Group - War, Defence and France and Germany Star Medals - Unnamed as Issued [3]. 1939-1945. Group of three medals, mounted on bar with ribbons. 100 grams (total). MY 184/MY 185/ MY 186. Extremely fine. £15 - £25

287 Queen’s Sudan Medal – to Pte. H. Thorne, 2nd Gordon Highlanders. 1896-1898. With straight swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Victoria with VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX legend. Rev: Victory seated with SUDAN on panel below. Edge: engraved in British Army style 6986 PTE H. THORNE 2ND GORDONS. legend. Silver, 35.56 grams, 36 mm. BBM 101; MY 145. Near extremely fine, with slight contact marks. £150 - £180 Issued for the re-conquest of the Sudan, 1896-1897, which included the battle of Omdurman (with the young Winston Churchill).

288 Queen’s South Africa Medal – Cape Colony and Orange Free State – to Gnr. J. Finnis, R.F.A. 1899-1902. First type (b) reverse with no dates (but ghost of dates very clearly visible) with straight swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Victoria with VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX legend. Rev: Britannia standing with SOUTH AFRICA above. Edge: impressed in British Army style 65579 GNR: J. FINNIS, R.F.A. legend. Clasps: with Cape Colony and Orange Free State bars. Silver, 35.83 grams, 36 mm. BBM 108; MY 150(i/xiv). Extremely fine with few light contact marks. £50 - £80 Ex Bonhams Sale 16821, 15 July 2009, lot 20 (part).

289 Naval GS Medal – Arabian Peninsula – to A/PO Ck.(O) T. L. Hardy, RN. 1953-1962. With straight swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Elizabeth II with ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA F D legend. Rev: Britannia and two seahorses in the sea. Edge: impressed with P/MX. 909658 T. L. HARDY. A/P, O. CK, (O). R. N. Legend. Clasp: Arabian Peninsula. 39.13 grams, 36 mm. BBM 120; MY 173(xv).). Extremely fine. £90 - £120 Awarded to an Acting Petty Officer Cook.

290 Naval GS Medal – Malaya – to AB G. Chowns, RN. 19531962. Second type (Dei Gratia) with straight swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Elizabeth II with ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA F D legend. Rev: Britannia and two sea-horses in the sea. Edge: impressed with CJX 842629. G. CHOWNS. AB. RN. legend. Clasp: Malaya. 35.76 grams, 36 mm. BBM 120: MY 173(viii). Extremely fine. £50 - £80 Chowns served on HMS Wild Goose, once part of the 2nd Support Group. A rum measure bearing his details and the HMS Wild Goose name was sold in 2005.

291 Army GS Medal – Malaya – to Gnr. R. Marjoram, RA. 1937-1953. With floriate swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: George VI with GEORGIUS VI DEI GRATIA BRITT OMN REX FID DEF legend. Rev: Victory standing. Edge: impressed with 22187134 GNR. R. MARJORAM. R. A. Legend. Clasp: Malaya. 44.12 grams, 36 mm. BBM 129; MY 174(xii). Mint condition. £15 - £30

292 World War I Group - War, Victory, 1914-15 Star and LSGC Medals - to A Sgt A L HAYNES [8]. 1914-1919. Group of four military medals, including George V LSGC medal (fixed suspension), named to 7788 A Sgt A L HAYNES NORF R (Norfolk Regiment), mounted on bar with ribbons; with Canadian Corps of Commissionaires medal (with clasp ribbon and pin and named to A HAYNES), A S C B INDIA (Army Sport Control Board) hallmarked silver badge (with suspension ring and by Fattorini, Bradford, in original case), Victoria Cycling Club hallmarked silver badge (named to A A Haynes, 1928) and hallmarked silver vesta case (Birmingham 1899, with AAH monogram). Silver and bronze, 255 grams (total). MY 184/MY 185/ MY 186/MY 229. Medals and badges extremely fine, with lustre. Interesting. £40 - £60

295 World War II Group - War, Defence, 1939-1945 Star and France and Germany Star Medals - Unnamed as Issued [4]. 1939-1945. Group of four medals, unamed as issued, with ribbons. 125 grams (total). MY 177/MY 184/MY 185/MY 186. Extremely fine. In original card box of issue. £20 - £30

296 World War II Group - War, Defence and 1939-1945 Star Medals - Unnamed as Issued [3]. 1939-1945. Group of three medals, unamed as issued but addressed to W. Dodds, with ribbons. 105 grams (total). MY 177/MY 185/ MY 186. Extremely fine. In original card box of issue. £15 - £25

297 Victoria Royal Navy LSGC Medal – Unnamed as Issued. 1848-1874. With floriate swivel suspension (later replacement in lieu of normal straight type?) and ribbon. Obv: Victoria with VICTORIA REGINA legend. Rev: sailing ship with FOR LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT legend. Edge: plain, as issued. Silver, 36.60 grams, 36 mm. MY 218. Extremely fine. £30 - £50 Awarded for 21 years exemplary service.

298 Edward VII Army LSGC Medal - to Bmbr. F. Woods, RGA. 1902-1910. With foliate swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Edward VII with EDWARDVS VII REX IMPERATOR legend. Rev: with FOR LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT legend in four lines. Edge: impressed with 88628 BMBR: F. WOODS. R. G. A. legend. Silver, 36.46 grams, 36 mm. MY 229. Extremely fine. £20 - £40

299 Edward VII Army Colonial Volunteer Force LSGC Medal – to Sapr. J. Johnson, 2nd Yorks REV. 1902-1908. With straight swivel suspension and ribbon. Obv: Edward VII with EDWARDVS VII REX IMPERATOR legend. Rev: wreath with ribbon over bearing FOR LONG SERVICE IN THE VOLUNTEER FORCE legend. Edge: impressed with 7922 SAPR J. JOHNSON. 2/YORKS: R.E.V. legend. Silver, 36.75 grams, 36 mm. MY 232. Extremely fine. £20 - £30 Awarded for 20 years service in the ranks. Sapper Johnson served in the RE Volunteers and see their website for further information wherein he is cited as being entitled to this award.

300 George VI Royal Navy LSGC Medal - to PO C. J. Minstrell, HMS Defiance. 1937-1948. With floriate swivel suspension (later replacement?) and ribbon. Obv: George VI with GEORGIVS VI D G BR OMN REX F D IND IMP legend. Rev: sailing ship with FOR LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT legend. Edge: impressed with J. 112376 C. J. MINSTRELL. P. O. H. M. S. DEFIANCE legend. Clasps: none. 36.53 grams, 36 mm. MY 218. About as struck, brilliant with few minor hairlines. £30 - £40 Awarded for 15 years exemplary service (with bars awarded for each further 15 years). HMS Defiance was the Royal Navy’s torpedo school from 1884 to 1956 (at the time this medal was issued, HMS Defiance was the renamed HMS Andromeda).

301 Celtic Coinage of Britain - R. D. Van Arsdell. Spink, London, 1999 (ISBN 0 907605 24 9); xvi, 584pp, 54 plates; with dw. 250 x 180 mm. Fine copy. £90 - £120 A standard work on Celtic coins, long out of print and hard to find.

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