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ANCIENT, BRITISH AND FOREIGN COINS

STAMPS COINS BANKNOTES MEDALS BONDS & SHARES AUTOGRAPHS BOOKS WINES

69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET www.spink.com

R 221 ANCIENT, BRITISH AND FOREIGN COINS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS R 2-3 DECEMBER 2013 R LONDON

© Copyright 2013

AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

2-3 DECEMBER 2013

LONDON


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GROUP CHAIRMAN AND CEO Olivier D. Stocker YOUR SPECIALISTS STAMPS UK - Tim Hirsch Guy Croton David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Tom Smith Ian Shapiro USA - George Eveleth Richard Debney EUROPE - Guido Craveri Fernando Martínez CHINA - Anna Lee COINS UK - Mike Veissid Paul Dawson Richard Bishop William MacKay Eleanor Charlotte Dix Tim Robson Edouard Wyngaard Barbara Mears John Pett USA - Stephen Goldsmith Greg Cole BANKNOTES, BONDS & SHARES UK - Barnaby Faull Mike Veissid Andrew Pattison USA - Stephen Goldsmith EUROPE - Peter Christen ORDERS, DECORATIONS, MEDALS & MILITARIA

SALE CALENDAR 2013/2014 STAMPS 11/12/13 November 14 November 14 November 15 November 11 December 18 January

The Collector’s Series Sale The “Lionheart” Collection of Great Britain and British Empire - Part II The Robert Marion Collection of Mauritius Stamps and Postal History Postal History and Historical Documents Great Britain Stamps and Postal History Fine Stamps and Covers of China and Hong Kong

London London London London London Hong Kong

13043 13049 13048 13050 13044 14010

Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Collector’s Series Sale Coins, Banknotes, Bonds and Share Certificates of China and Hong Kong Specialist Islamic Sale Ancient, British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

London New York Hong Kong London London

13015 318 14011 14012 14004

World Banknotes The Collector’s Series Sale Coins, Banknotes, Bonds and Share Certificates of China and Hong Kong World Banknotes

London New York Hong Kong London

13034 318 14011 14008

Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria

London London

13003 14001

Bonds and Share Certificates of the World The Collector’s Series Sale Bonds and Share Certificates of the Americas Coins, Banknotes, Bonds and Share Certificates of China and Hong Kong

London New York New York Hong Kong

13017 318 319 14011

Postal History and Historical Documents The Bruce Lee Memorabilia Sale The Collector’s Series Sale

London Hong Kong New York

13050 13051 318

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COINS 2/3 December 14/15 January 19 January 26 March 26/27 March

UK - Mark Quayle Oliver Pepys BOOKS UK - Philip Skingley Jennifer Mulholland AUTOGRAPHS USA - Stephen Goldsmith WINES

BANKNOTES 5/6 December 14/15 January 19 January 15/16 April

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MEDALS 21 November 24 April

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15 November 28 November 14/15 January

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Order of Sale DAY ONE MONDAY 2 DECEMBER 2013 Morning session commencing at 11.00 a.m Lots ANCIENT GREEK COINS

1-150

A COLLECTION OF ANCIENT GREEK COINS FORMED IN THE 1960s AND 1970s – THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

1-28

Ancient Greek Coins – Other Properties

29-74

A GROUP OF COINS OF CYPRUS – FROM THE ESTATE OF A RECENTLY DECEASED COLLECTOR

75-85

Other Properties

86-107

A COLLECTION OF SELEUCID TETRADRACHMS

108-125

Other Properties Miscellaneous Lots of Ancient Greek Coins

126-138 139-150

BOOKS

151

ROMAN AND BYZANTINE COINS A Collection of Roman Aurei – The Property of a Gentleman Roman Coins – Other Properties Byzantine Coins Miscellaneous Lots of Roman Coins

152-220 152-172 173-206 207-209 210-220

ISLAMIC COINS

221-253

INDIAN COINS

254-266

Afternoon session commencing at 2.00 p.m. WORLD COINS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS Australia Austria Brazil British Empire British Guiana British Trade Dollars British West Africa Cambodia

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Order of Sale China Columbia Danish West Indies Dominican Republic Egypt

282 283-285 286 287 288

A COLLECTION OF SILVER MEDALS AND COINS OF NAPOLEON AND HIS FAMILY – THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN 289-368 France Germany German New Guinea Greece Hungary Italy Japan Korea Malta Mexico Monaco Montenegro Morocco Netherlands Norway

369-389 390-416 417-418 419-422 423-425 426-453 454-456 457 458 459-460 461 462 463 464-465 466-467

COINS AND MEDALS FROM THE COLLECTION OF COUNT EMERYK-HUTTEN CZAPSKI SNR, COUNT EMERYK HUTTEN-CZAPSKI JNR 468-485 THE FINAL OFFERING FROM A COLLECTION OF COINS AND MEDALS OF POLAND, ADJACENT TERRITORIES AND STATES UNDER THE RULE OF THE KINGS OF POLAND – THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN 486-523 Peru Russia Spain Spanish Netherlands Switzerland Transylvania United States of America Uruguay Venezuela West Africa Miscellaneous Lots of World Coins

524 525-537 538-540 541 542 543-544 545-549 550 551 552 553-563

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Order of Sale DAY TWO TUESDAY 3 DECEMBER 2013 Morning session commencing at 10.00 a.m ENGLISH HAMMERED COINS

564-785

PART III (FINAL PART): COINS OF HENRY VIII, EDWARD VI AND ELIZABETH I – FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE ROSS BLAKEY

564-648

A COLLECTION OF PENNIES OF THE COLCHESTER AND MALDON MINTS – THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN Colchester 649-658 Maldon 659-663

649-663

ENGLISH HAMMERED COINS – OTHER PROPERTIES

664-785

COINS OF SCOTLAND

786-803

ANGLO-GALLIC COINS

804-806

COINS OF IRELAND

807-811

COINS OF THE ISLE OF MAN AND CHANNEL ISLANDS

812-813

TOKENS FROM THE STEPHEN MITCHELL COLLECTION

814-856

TOKENS – OTHER PROPERTIES

857-858

Afternoon session commencing at 2.00 p.m. BRITISH MILLED COINS

859-1065

British Milled Coins Proof Sets Miscellaneous Lots of British Milled Coins

859-1035 1036-1042 1043-1065

BRITISH HISTORICAL AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

END OF SALE

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MONDAY 2 DECEMBER 2013 Morning session commencing at 11.00 a.m. (Lots 1-266) All lots are subject to Terms and Conditions for Buyers printed at the back of this catalogue Estimates The estimated selling price of each lot is printed below the lot description and does not include the Buyer’s Premium. Bidders should bear in mind that estimates are prepared well in advance of the sale and are not definitive. They are subject to revision.

A COLLECTION OF ANCIENT GREEK COINS FORMED IN THE 1960S AND 1970S THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

1 1 (x1.5) 1

Calabria, Tarentum (c.400-390 BC), ¡ Stater, 7.59g, nude Ephebe seated on standing horse right, crowning its head with wreath, Λ below, rev. TAPAΣ, Phalanthos astride dolphin left, holding akrostolion, Λ below (Vlasto 355; Hist. Num 868), some minor pitting on obverse, well centred and attractively toned, about extremely fine

£700-900

2 2 (x1.5) 2

Lucania, Herakleia (c.390-340 BC), ¡ Stater, 6.88g, head of Athena right, wearing crested helmet ornamented with Skylla, ΓO below neck, rev. HPAKΛEΩN, Herakles standing facing, head right, wrestling with the Nemean lion (cf Work NNM 91, 6, SNG ANS 49), lightly tooled in reverse left field, toned, very fine

£500-600

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Lucania, Metapontum (c.540-510 BC), ¡ Stater, 8.03g, ear of barley, METAΠ (reversed) to right, rev. incuse ear of barley (Noe 140; BMC 13), attractive tone with some iridescence, good very fine, rare 5

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Bruttium, Kaulonia (c.525-500 BC), ¡ Stater, 7.88g, nude Apollo walking right, holding branch in right hand and with left arm extended, on which is a small figure of a daimon running right; to right is stag standing right, head turned back, KAVΛ, rev. incuse of obverse without legend (SNG Cop. 1695; SNG Lloyd 571; Noe 5; SNG ANS 142), some minor pits on obverse, cabinet tone, good very fine

£3,500-4,500

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Bruttium, Lokroi Epizephyrioi (c.400-350 BC), ¡ Stater, 7.46g, laureate head of Zeus left, rev. eagle flying left, dead hare in talons, thunderbolt below (cf SNG ANS 522; Hist. Num 2319), toned, very fine

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£500-600


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The Carthaginians in Sicily (c.330-320 BC), ÂĄ Tetradrachm, 17.03g, uncertain mint, head of Tanit-Persephone left, wreathed with corn, rev. horse prancing right past palmtree behind (Jenkins 126; SNG Lockett 1037), iridescent tone developing, almost extremely fine

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ÂŁ7,000-8,000


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The Carthaginians in Sicily (c.320 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.11g, Entella (?), c.320 BC, head of Tanit-Persephone left, wreathed with corn, scallop-shell below chin, four dolphins swimming around, rev. head and neck of horse left, palm-tree behind, Punic “MMHNT” below (Jenkins 163, O49/R132; Rizzo pl.66, 4), iridescent tone developing, extremely fine

£3,500-4,000

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Sicily, Syracuse, Agathokles (317-289 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.14g, c.305-295 BC, head of Kore right, wreathed with barley, KOPAΣ behind, rev. AΓAΘOKΛEOΣ, Nike standing right, bare to waist, holding hammer in right hand and steadying trophy before her, triskeles on right, monogram to left (SNG Cop. 764), flan a little short, attractively toned, almost extremely fine

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£1,500-2,000


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Thrace, Ainos (c.412-409 BC), ยก Tetradrachm, 16.28g, head of Hermes right, wearing petasos, rev. AINI, goat standing right, kerykaion before, all in incuse square (dies of May, group XXXI, 259 and Maclean Fitzwilliam, 3826, pl.142, 18; SNG Cop. 395; SNG Lockett 1157), toned, extremely fine

9

ยฃ4,500-5,500


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Macedon, Akanthos (c.475 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.18g, bull with head raised, slumping to its knees left, while being attacked by lion, right, on top, sinking jaws into its flank, Θ above, floral device in ex. rev. quadripartite incuse square (Desneux D50 var.; De Luynes 1535), old tone, about extremely fine

£3,800-4,500

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Epeiros, Ambrakia (c.360-338 BC), ¡ Stater, 8.39g, Pegasos flying right, A below, rev. head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet over leather cap, behind stands Zeus right, hurling thunderbolt (BMC 33, Ravel 139, A58/P90, same dies), broad flan, very fine

£400-500

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Thessaly, Larissa (c.356-342 BC), ¡ Drachm, 6.03g, facing head of the nymph Larissa, turned slightly left, rev. ΛAPIΣ-AIΩN, horse right, preparing to roll (Lorber, SNR 79, 53; Boston 897), a beautiful coin, toned, extremely fine

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£1,000-1,500


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Central Greece, Locris, Locri Opuntii (c.350-340 BC), ¡ Stater, 12.07g, head of Persephone right, wreathed with grain and wearing pendant earring, rev. OΠONTIΩN, Ajax, nude except for crested helmet, advancing right on rocks, holding sword in right hand and shield decorated with griffin on left arm, spear on ground beyond (BCD Lokris, NAC 55, 72), of fine style, well-centred, toned, good very fine

£3,000-4,000

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Central Greece, Boeotia, Thebes (c.395-338 BC), ¡ Stater, 12.23g, Boeotian shield, rev. amphora, magistrate KA-ΛΛI in field (BCD 55; Hepworth 63), cabinet tone, good very fine, reverse very fine

£300-400

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Central Greece, Boeotia, Thebes, Federal Coinage (c.225-171 BC), ¡ Drachm, 5.07g, laureate head of Zeus right, rev. BOIΩTΩN, Nike standing left, holding wreath and trident, monogram to left (Head p.90 corr.; BCD 124), toned, very fine

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£300-400


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Attica, Athens (c.440-430 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.24g, head of Athena right, wearing earring, necklace and crested helmet ornamented with spiral and olive-leaves, rev. AΘE, owl standing right, head facing, olive twig and crescent behind, all in incuse square (cf Starr pl. XXII, 11 and Svoronos pl.14, 17), of very fine style, beautifully toned, extremely fine

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£2,000-2,500


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Paphlagonia, Sinope (c.330-300 BC), ¡ Drachm, 5.09g, head of the nymph Sinope left, her hair in sakkos, rev. ΣINΩ, sea-eagle on dolphin left, magistrate AΓPE[ΩΣ] behind (SNG BM, Black Sea, 1481), toned, extremely fine

£350-400

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Kingdom of Lydia, Kroisos (560-546 BC), ¡ Stater or Double Siglos, 10.49g, forepart of lion right, confronting forepart of bull left, rev. two square punches side-by-side (cf Boston 2070; Traité 407), good metal, very fine

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£3,000-4,000

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Pamphylia, Aspendos (c.380-325 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.52g, two wrestlers grappling, Pamphylian letters between them, rev. EΣTFE∆IIYΣ (Pamphylian script), slinger standing right, wearing short chiton, loosing shot, triskeles to right, all within dotted linear square (SNG France 99-100; BMC 41), very fine

£300-400

Mesopotamia, Babylon (c.328-311 BC), uncertain Satrap of Alexander’s Eastern empire, ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.67g, Baal seated left, holding sceptre in right hand, rev. lion walking left, Γ above (BMC 36-38), toned, about very fine

£200-300

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Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 14.46g, Pella, c.342336 BC, laureate head of Zeus right, rev. ΦIΛIΠΠOY, nude jockey on pacing horse right, holding palm-branch, thunderbolt below, N in ex. (Le Rider 201; Traité pl. CCCVII, 2), of finest style, extremely fine

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£3,500-4,000


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Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.99g, Sardes, c.319-315 BC, head of young Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin headdress, rev. AΛEΞAN∆POY, Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, star and monogram to left (Price 2665; SNG Oxford 2840), a really attractive example, good very fine

£350-450

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Kingdom of Macedon, Perseus (179-168 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 15.54g, diademed head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΠEPΣEΩΣ, eagle with spread wings standing facing, turned slightly right, on thunderbolt, monograms above and to right, all within oak-wreath, traces of plough below (SNG Cop. 1269 var.), toned, extremely fine

£900-1,200

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Kingdom of Thrace, Lysimachos (323-281 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.03g, Lampsakos, c.297-281 BC, diademed head of Alexander the Great right, with horn of Ammon, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΛYΣIMAXOY, Athena seated left, holding Nike and leaning elbow on shield at her side, spear behind, monogram to left, herm outer left (Thompson 59), old tone, about extremely fine 15

£1,000-1,500


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Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos IV, Epiphanes (175-164 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.54g, Antioch, diademed head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY ΘEOY EΠΘANOYΣ NIKHΦOPOY, Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike and sceptre, monogram outer right (Mørkholm A44/P181 var; Seleucid Coins 1400d), good very fine

£400-500

Kingdom of Bactria, Eukratides (170-145 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.76g, diademed and draped bust right, wearing crested helmet ornamented with bull’s horn and ear, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ MEΓAΛOY EYKPATI∆OY, the Dioscuri on horseback right, each carrying spear and palm-branch, monogram behind (BN series 6, 47-48), broad flan, very fine

£400-500

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Kingdom of Egypt, Ptolemy I (323-285 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 14.27g, Alexandria, c.305-283 BC, diademed head right, aegis round neck, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΠTOΛEMAIOY, eagle standing left on thunderbolt, P and monogram to left (SNG Cop. 70; Svoronos 1869), toned, extremely fine

£500-600

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28

Kingdom of Egypt, Ptolemy XII (80-51 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 14.23g, Alexandria, 60/59 BC, diademed head of Ptolemy I right, aegis round neck, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΠTOΛEMIOY, eagle standing left on thunderbolt, date LKB (year 22), ΠA to right (SNG Cop. 392; Svoronos 1869), toned, very fine

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£100-130


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Danubian Celts (c.3rd - 2nd Cent. BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 14.47g, in imitation of issues of Philip II, laureate head of Zeus left, rev. ΛIΛ, rider on horse left, star below (unrecorded in the standard works, but see CNG mail bid 61, 9/02, lot 330, same dies), about extremely fine

£400-500

Calabria, Tarentum (c.315-302 BC), ¡ Stater, 7.81g, nude Ephebe on cantering horse right, shield and two spears held in left hand, hurling spear in upheld left hand, Ξ behind, APE below horse, rev. TAPAΣ, Phalanthos astride dolphin left, holding kantharos and rudder, KΛ to left (Vlasto 639; Hist. Num. 939), attractive toning, striking weakness on legs of the two male figures, otherwise extremely fine

£700-800

Calabria, Tarentum (c.302-280 BC), ¡ Stater, 7.97g, naked rider on cantering horse left, holding shield, [ΦI]ΛΩN below, rev. TAPAΣ, Taras astride dolphin left, holding out a figure of Nike, stylised waves below (Vlasto 685; SNG ANS 1060; Hist. Num. 964), toned, extremely fine

£500-700

PROVENANCE:

Moreira collection, Superior, 10 December 1998, lot 1700

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Calabria, Tarentum (c.240-228 BC), ¡ Stater, 6.40g, warrior in military dress riding cantering horse right, his right arm extended behind, Nike flying above and placing wreath on his head, monogram behind, KAΛΛIK[PATHΣ] below, rev. Taras astride dolphin left, holding Nike and trident, NE monogram to right (Vlasto 969; Hist. Num. 1059), cabinet tone, extremely fine

£1,000-1,200

PROVENANCE:

Moreira collection, Superior, 10 December 1988, lot 1723

33 33 (x2) 33

Calabria, Tarentum (c.380-325 BC), ¡ Diobol, 1.25g, head of Athena right, wearing crested helmet ornamented with Skylla hurling rock, rev. Herakles kneeling right grappling with Nemean lion (cf Hist. Num. 911 and Vlasto 1316), almost extremely fine 17

£200-300


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Bruttium, Rhegion (c.410-400 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.04g, lion’s scalp facing, rev. [PHΓIN]ON, laureate head of Apollo right, laurel sprig behind (Herzfelder -, cf 87-90), most attractive, extremely fine

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Bruttium, Rhegium (c.280-210 BC), Æ 24mm., laureate head of Apollo left, key behind, rev. tripod (SNG Morcom 474; SNG ANS 715), dark brown patina, about extremely fine

£120-150

36 36 (x1.5) 36

Lucania, Herakleia (c.281-278 BC), ¡ Stater, 7.85g, head of Athena three-quarters facing right, wearing triple-crested helmet ornamented with Skylla hurling rock, monogram to left, rev. HPAKΛEIΩN, Herakles standing left, club resting against leg, holding cup over altar in right hand, and lion’s skin and cornucopia in left, APIΣTO/∆AMOΣ on left (Van Keuren 93; Hist. Num. 1391), toned, rare, extremely fine

£3,200-3,800

PROVENANCE:

Prospero, Baldwin’s, New York, 4 January 2012, lot 48 Leu, auction 28, 5 May 1981, lot 5

37 37

38

38

Lucania, Metapontum (c.340-330 BC), ¡ Stater, 7.71g, female head right, hair bound with ribbon, within wreath, rev. ME, ear of corn with leaf to left (Noe 416; Hist. Num. 1516), good fine to almost very fine

£150-200

Campania, Neapolis (c.350-325 BC), ¡ Didrachm, 7.55g, head of nymph right, her hair bound by ribbon, rev. NEOΠOΛITHΣ in ex., man-headed bull walking right, Nike flying above, placing wreath on his head (Sambon 365-366 var.; cf Hist. Num. 565 and SNG ANS 301), oval flan, reverse a little off-centre, but in terms of wear, extremely fine

£300-400

39 39 (x1.5) 39

Sicily, Messana (425-421 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.29g, the nymph Messana driving slow biga of mules right, Nike hovering above to crown mules with wreath, olive-leaf and fruit in ex., rev. MEΣΣANION, hare springing right over dolphin right (Caltabiano 488, D223/R231; Dewing 652), excellent metal, edge lightly hammered, about extremely fine

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Sicily, Messana (412-408 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.09g, the nymph Messana driving biga of slow mules left, Nike flying right above to crown her with wreath, two opposed dolphins in ex., rev. MEΣΣANION, hare springing right over head of Pan right (Caltabiano 611), toned, very fine

£1,800-2,500

41 41 (x1.5) 41

Sicily, Syracuse (c.485-466 BC), the Deinomenid Tyranny, ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.23g, charioteer driving slow quadriga right, Nike flying right above to crown horses with wreath, rev. ΣYPAKOΣION, head of Arethusa right, hair bound with band of pearls, four dolphins swimming around (Boehringer 205, V191/R141), old tone, a charming small head of Arethusa, very fine

£1,000-1,300

42 42 (x1.5)

42

Sicily, Syracuse (c.485-479 BC), Tetradrachm, 17.15g, Charioteer, holding kentron and reins, driving walking quadriga right, Nike flying to right above, rev. ΣYRAKOΣION, head of Arethusa right, wearing earring, necklace and headband, surrounded by four dolphins (Pozzi 551v.), toned, nicely centred, good very fine

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Sicily, Syracuse (466-405 BC), Second Democracy, ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.37g, bearded charioteer, wearing long chiton, driving slow quadriga right, rev. [ΣYPAKOΣ]ON, head of Arethusa right, her hair in sakkos ornamented with meander pattern, dolphins swimming around (Boehringer 641, V326/R441; SNG ANS 206), good metal, about extremely fine

£1,500-2,000

44 44 (x1.5)

44

Sicily, Syracuse (450-440 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.27g, charioteer driving slow quadriga right, Nike flying right above to crown horses, ketos right in ex., rev. ΣYPAKOΣION, head of Arethusa right, hair tied in bunch at back by thin cords, four dolphins swimming around (Boehringer 570; SNG ANS 183), excellent metal, about extremely fine

£2,200-2,600

45 45 (x1.5)

45

Sicily, Syracuse (c.344-317 BC), time of Timoleaon and third democracy, ¡ Stater, 8.30g, ΣYPAKOΣIΩN head of Athena right wearing Corinthian helmet, rev. Pegasos flying left (ANS 498), good very fine/almost extremely fine

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46 46 (x1.5) Sicily, Syracuse, Agothekles (317-289 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.13g, charioteer driving a slow quadriga left, triskeles above, below [Σ]YPAKOΣIΩN, monogram below, rev. head of Arethusa left, hair tied with corn and wearing earring, four dolphins swimming around, ΦI (SNG Cop. 753-54; BMC 2, 346), a little short of flan, cleaned, good very fine

46

£600-700

47 47 (x1.5) Sicily, Syracuse, Agathokles (317-289 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.98g, head of Persephone-Kore right, wreathed with corn, KOPAΣ behind, rev. AΓAΘOKΛEOΣ, Nike standing right, placing wreath on trophy, triskeles on left (SNG ANS 676), very fine/good very fine

47

£700-900

50 48

48

49

50

50 (x1.5)

49

Corcyra (c.229-48 BC), ¡ Didrachm, 4.26g, head of Dionysos right, wreathed with ivy, rev. Pegasos flying right, two monograms below (SNG Cop. 199), attractive tone, scarce, good very fine

£250-350

Kingdom of Macedon, Pausanias (390-389 BC), Stater, 7.59g, silver plated on a bronze core, head right hair bound with tainia, rev. ΠΑY-ΣΑ-IΛ, horse standing right within linear border within shallow incuse square (SNG ANS 86), nearly very fine

£100-130

Thrace, Byzantium (mid 4th cent. BC), ¡ Tetrobol, 2.36g, heifer standing left on dolphin, rev. incuse square of ‘mill sail’ pattern (SNG Cop. 475ff), good very fine

£100-150

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Moesia, Istros (4th cent. BC), ¡ Drachms (2), 5.17g, two male heads facing, the left inverted, rev. sea-eagle on dolphin left, monogram below (cf SNG BM 240ff), 4.79g, similar, good fine to about very fine (2)

£130-180

52 52 (x1.5)

52

53

Thrace, Maroneia (c.386-347 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 11.24g, horse cantering left with rein trailing, rev. EΠI IKE-ΣIO, vine with four bunches of grapes within linear square, around which is magistrate’s name and kerykeion, all within shallow incuse square (West 91; Schønert-Geiss 421, V7/R12), well-centred, toned, almost extremely fine, reverse good very fine

£800-1,000

Thracian Islands, Thasos (c.148-80 BC), ¡ Tetradrachms (3), head of Dionysos right, wearing ivy-wreath (cf SNG Cop. 1039), one with scratch on face and slightly bent, very fine, the others fine and very fine (3)

£200-250

54 54 (x1.5)

54

Attica, Athens, 449-413 BC, Tetradrachm, 17.13g, helmeted head of Athena right, wearing earring, necklace and crested helmet ornamented with spiral and olive-leaves, rev. AΘE, owl standing right, head facing, olive twig and crescent behind, all in incuse square (Svonoros pl. 12, 15) well-centred, toned, extremely fine

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Attica, Athens (c.430-400 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.16g, helmeted head of Athena right, wearing earring, necklace and crested helmet ornamented with spiral and oliveleaves, rev. AΘE, owl standing right, head facing, olive twig and crescent behind, all in an incuse square, good very fine

£500-600

Attica, Athens, ¡ Tetradrachms (3), post 440 BC, helmeted head of Athena right, rev. owl standing right, head facing (2), one with two test-cuts, 4th cent BC, similar types (1), fine to almost very fine (3)

£200-300

57 58 57

58

Attica, Athens (c.393-355 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.18g, helmeted head of Athena right, with eye in profile, rev. AΘ[E], owl standing right, head facing, olive-twig and crescent behind (Dewing 1534-1536), very fine

£150-200

Attica, Athens (177-176 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.35g, helmeted head of Athena right, rev. owl standing right, head facing, on upturned amphora, ΛYΣIA and ∆Ω to left, forepart of horse to right, all in wreath (Thompson 159), old scratch below amphora, almost very fine

£120-150

59 59

Attica, Athens (158/157 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.63g, magistrates Eyme, Epigene-, Sosandros, head of Athena right, wearing triple-crested helmet, rev. owl standing right, head facing, on upturned amphora, eagle on left, HPA below, all in olive wreath (Thompson 443, cf l and m), about very fine

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£150-200


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Aitolian League (c.250-225 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.33g, laureate male head (Apollo?) right, ΦI below, rev. AITΩΛΩN, Aitolos standing left, kausia hanging from neck on his back, sword slung under shoulder, his right foot on rock and holding spear in right hand, NI to left (Tsangari 782; BCD 445; Dewing 1470), lustrous, among the finest known, good extremely fine

£4,000-5,000

PROVENANCE:

Prospero, Baldwin’s, New York, 4 January 2012, lot 349 bt. Spink, 1988 61

Central Greece, Larissa (mid 4th cent. BC), ¡ Drachm, 5.54g, facing head of nymph Larissa, rev. horse right, head lowered, left foreleg raised, Boeotia (c.225-171 BC), ¡ Drachm, 3.90g, laureate head of Poseidon right, rev. Nike standing left, Lokri Opuntii (late 4th cent. BC), ¡ Hemidrachm, 2.46g, head of Demeter right, rev. Ajax advancing right, holding shield and sword, good fine to very fine (3)

62 62

63

£180-250

63

Corinth (c.345-307 BC), ¡ Stater, 8.50g, Pegasos flying left, koppa below, rev. head of Athena left, wearing helmet decorated with laurel wreath (Ravel 1022; Peg. 441), good very fine

£300-400

Corinth (4th cent. BC), ¡ Stater (2), 8.23g Pegasos flying left, rev. helmeted head of Athena right, uncertain symbol behind, Corinth, Colonies, Leukas, ¡ Stater, 8.27g, similar but Pegasos right, symbol coiled snake and EΛ behind Athena, both about very fine (2)

£200-300

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65

Corinth (c.405-355 BC), ¡ Stater, 8.56g, Pegasos flying right, koppa beneath, rev. head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet over leather cap, thymiaterion behind (Ravel 571), beautifully toned with iridescence, extremely fine

£400-500

Corinth (4th cent. BC) (4), ¡ Stater (2), 8.04g, Pegasos flying left, rev. head of Athena left, wearing laureate helmet, eagle behind (Pegasi 426), 8.33g, similar but plain helmet and uncertain symbol, Drachm, 2.36g, rev. head of Aphrodite left, hair in sakkos, Hemidrachm, 1.25g, forepart of Pegasos left, rev. head of Aphrodite left, good fine to almost very fine (4)

£200-300

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Kingdom of Bithynia, Nikomedes III (127-94 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.24g, diademed, draped bust right, rev. Zeus standing left, holding wreath and sceptre, eagle on thunderbolt, date (year 198), and monogram to left (Recueil Générale, p.231), metal flaw on reverse, almost very fine

£140-180

Ionia, Ephesos (370-360 BC), ¡ Tetradrachms (2), 13.63g, bee, E - Φ, rev. forepart of stag right, head left, palm-tree on left, magistrate Demokles (SNG Cop. 219), 14.05g (c.340-325 BC), similar types but magistrate Autochthon (cf Elsen 63, lot 426), areas of surface erosion on obverses, the latter magistrate very rare, good fine (2)

£200-300

68 68 (x1.5) Ionia, Ephesos (c.390-330 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 14.94g, bee, E - Φ, rev. forepart of stag, head turned back, palm-tree behind, magistrate IΛEΩΣ (Head -; BMC -; SNG Cop. -), toned, very fine

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£250-300

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 165, 8 October 2003, lot 62 Mysia, Pergamum (later 2nd cent BC-early 1st cent. BC), ¡ Cistophori (4), serpent emerging from cista mystica, all within ivy-wreath, rev. bow-case between two erect serpents, thyrsus on right, dates above on two, a monogram above on one and a coiled serpent above on the last, almost very fine (4)

69

70

70

71

71 71 (x1.5)

70 (x1.5)

Caria, Knidos (c.330-250 BC), ¡ Drachm, 2.91g, magistrate Autokrates, head of Aphrodite right, hair bound with cloth, rev. forepart of lion right, magistrate’s name before (SNG Finland 174), very fine

£150-200

Lycia, Phaselis (c.88-77 BC), ¡ Hemidrachm, 2.60g, laureate head of Apollo right, rev. lyre between headdress of Isis and torch (SNG Cop 125; NNM 162), extremely fine

£120-180

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73

74

73

Pamphylia, Aspendos (c.330/25-300/250 BC), ¡ Stater 10.59g, two wrestlers, ΠO between, rev. inscription behind standing slinger, forepart of horse in field to right above lyre (SNG France 113), very fine

£200-300

Cilicia, Nagidos (c.400-385 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.69g, Aphrodite seated left, holding phiale over lighted altar, Eros behind, crowning her with wreath, rev. Dionysos standing left, holding grapes on vine and leaning on thyrsus (BMC 12; Lederer 25), small metal flaw on reverse, good very fine

£200-300

Cilicia (2), Tarsos, Satrap Mazaios (361-334 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.72g, Baal enthroned left, holding eagle, grapes, ear of grain, and sceptre, rev. lion attacking bull left (cf SNG Levante 103), worn obverse die, good fine, reverse good very fine, Aspendos (4th cent. BC), Stater, 10.94g, two wrestlers grappling, AA between them, rev. slinger standing right, loosing shot (SNG France 81), good fine (2)

£150-200

A GROUP OF COINS OF CYPRUS - FROM THE ESTATE OF A RECENTLY DECEASED COLLECTOR A collection formed after 1960 and held in a London Bank since 1975

75 75 (x1.5) 75

Cyprus, Idalion, uncertain king (c. 470-460 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.67g, sphinx seated left, right forepaw raised, Cypriot letters behind, rev. lotus-flower, leaf on left, astragalos on right (BMC 10), very rare, toned over light surface erosion, about very fine

£600-800

76 76 (x1.5) 76

Cyprus, Kition, Baalmalek I (c.479-449 BC), ¡ Stater, 9.97g, Herakles advancing right, lion’s skin over shoulders, holding club and bow, rev. lion walking right, head facing, uncertain script and symbol above, test-cut at edge of reverse, toned over light porosity, very rare 27

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Cyprus, Marion, Sasamorios (c.470-450 BC), ¡ Stater, 11.18g, lion right, licking right foreleg, Boeotian shield above, traces of Cypriot script, floral pattern in ex., rev. Phrixos left, restraining ram by neck left, Boeotian shield below, Cypriot script (“of Marion”), all in incuse square (BMC 1 as Traité II, 1366), good metal, very rare, very fine

£4,000-5,000

78 78 (x1.5) 78

Cyprus, Paphos, uncertain king (Pasi..?) (mid 5th cent BC), ¡ Stater, 10.40g, human(?)-headed bull kneeling right, head turned back (the river Bokaros), rev. astragalos, Cypriot letters on left and right (cf BMC, pl. VII,1, and pl.XXI, 1-2), an extremely rare coin, toned, good fine to almost very fine

£500-600

79 79 (x1.5) 79

Cyprus, Paphos, Pyntos II (?) (c.425 BC), ¡ Stater, 9.93g, bull standing left, Cypriot letter above, rev. head of eagle left, Cypriot script below, all in incuse square (cf BMC 6; Dewing ?), some pitting of surfaces, but good metal overall, toned, very fine, rare

£600-800

80 80

Cyprus, Paphos, Pyntos II (c.425 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.45g, bull standing left, Cypriot letter above, rev. head of eagle left, Cypriot script below, all in incuse square (cf BMC 6), some surface erosion, toned, good fine to almost very fine, rare WWW.spinK.Com

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Cyprus, Paphos, Stasandros (c.450 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.81g, bull standing left, winged solar disk above, ankh before, rev. eagle standing left, one-handled jug before, Cypriot script (“Basi Stasa”), all in incuse square (BMC 17 as Traité II, 1291), banker’s marks on eagle and bull, almost very fine

£400-500

Cyprus, Salamis, uncertain King (c.480-460 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.63g, recumbent ram left, traces of Cypriot script in ex., rev. ankh, with Cypriot letter in form of cross in ring, Cypriot letter on left, all in incuse square (BMC -, cf 28, pl.X, 6; Traité -), some light surface erosion, heavier on right of reverse, almost very fine

£300-400

83 83 (x1.5) 83

Cyprus, Salamis, Evagoras I (c.411-374 BC), ¡ Stater, 10.81g, bearded head of Herakles in lion’s skin headdress right, Cypriot script before (“Evagoras”), rev. bearded he-goat right with long horns, kerykeion and Cypriot letter on right, EY in ex., barleygrain and Cypriot script above (BMC 55 var.; Traité II, 1155 ), some minor pitting, but good metal overall, toned, very fine

£2,000-3,000

84 84 (x3)

84

85

Cyprus, Salamis, Nikokles (c.374-361 BC), ¿ Tenth Stater, 0.68g, draped bust of Aphrodite left, wearing stephanos, rev. draped bust of Athena left, wearing laureate Corinthian helmet (BMC 62-3; Traité 1162), a little die-rust on obverse, very fine, reverse better, rare

£1,500-2,000

Cyprus, silver fractions, including Amathos, Sixth Stater, 3.17g, uncertain ruler (c.460400 BC), lion lying right, rev. forepart of lion right in incuse square (BMC pl. XVIII,1), very rare, toned, fair, reverse fine, Paphos, Obol, 0.79g, bull standing left, winged solar disk sbove, rev. eagle standing left, olive-spray behind (cf BMC 16, pl. VII, 12), almost very fine, Kition (3), Obol (2), 0.82g, and 0.88g, head of Herakles in lion’s skin right, rev. lion attacking bull (cf BMC 52-56), Hemiobol, same type (cf BMC 57ff), fair to good fine, the last four uncleaned, a most interesting lot (5)

£250-350

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87

86 (x2) 86

87

Phoenicia, Tyre (c.400 BC), ¡ 1⁄48th Stater, 0.25g, dolphin left, rev. ram’s head left (unpublished; see similar, Leu 5 May 2003, lot 442), good metal, very fine to good very fine, very rare

£150-200

Arabia Felix, The Katabanians (2nd cent. BC), ¡ third unit, 1.95g, bare male head right, rev. bearded head of uncertain ruler (?) right (cf BMC p.52, 71-72), very rare and unusual, good very fine

£140-180

88

89

88 (x1.5) 88

89

87 (x1.5)

89 (x1.5)

Arabia Felix, The Katabanians (2nd Century BC), AR third unit, 1.96g, bare male head right, rev. bearded head of uncertain ruler right, Sabaean symbol and script before (cf BMC p.52, 72), very rare and unusual, good very fine

£180-220

Kingdom of Persis, Autophradates II (Vadfradad II) (early-mid 2nd cent. BC), ¡ Drachm, 4.02g, bearded head right, wearing kyrbasia surmounted by eagle, rev. AhuraMazda hovering above fire-altar between figure of king with arm raised and standard surmounted by bird (NAP 575; cf Alram 550), a quite exceptional portrait of refined style, unlike the usual rather crude issues, toned, extremely fine

£500-600

90 90 (x1.5) 90

The Carthaginians in Sicily (c.320-310 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.75g, head of Arethusa left, wreathed with corn, four dolphins around, rev. head and neck of horse left, palm-tree behind, Punic inscription below (Jenkins 193, O56/R170), most attractive, about extremely fine/extremely fine

£1,500-2,000

91 91

The Carthaginians in Sicily (c.319 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.81g, head of young Herekles right, wearing lion’s skin headdress, rev. horse head left, date palm behind, Punic inscription below (Jenkins II, 4; SNR 57), good very fine WWW.spinK.Com

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The Carthaginians in Sicily (c.310 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.12g, head of TanitPersephone left, hair wreathed with corn and wearing earring, pellet below chin, three dolphins swimming around, rev. head and neck of horse left, palm-tree behind, Punic letter M below (Jenkins 230), toned, about extremely fine

£2,000-2,500

93 93 (x1.5) 93

The Carthaginians in Sicily (c.300-289 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.90g, Entella (?), head of young Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin headdress, rev. head and neck of horse left, palm-tree behind, three pellets to left, Punic script below “MMHNT” (SNG Lloyd 1655), about extremely fine

£800-1,000

94 94 (x1.5) x94

Carthage, c.310 BC, electrum Stater, 7.55g, head left of Tanit, wreathed with corn, rev. horse standing right, ground line below (Jenkins and Lewis 258), very fine

£600-700

95 95

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 14.26g, Amphipolis, laureate head of Zeus right, rev. ΦIΛΙΠΠOY, naked youth on horseback right, wearing victor’s diadem and holding palm, right, janiform head below (Le Rider 355), toned, very fine 31

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97

x98

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 14.27g, laureate head of Zeus right rev. ΦIΛΙΠΠOY, naked youth on horseback right, wearing victor’s diadem and holding palm, aplustre below and Π below raised foreleg (ANS 739), toned, extremely fine

£700-800

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), ¡ Tetradrachms (2), 13.36g laureate head of Zeus right, rev. naked youth on horseback right, wearing victor’s diadem and holding palm, 13.65g, similar, Tetrobol, 2.41g, young male head right, rev. young male rider right, both Tetradrachms with test-cuts on reverse, one with smoothed edge from mounting, good fine or better, the Tetrobol, about very fine (3)

£180-250

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), AE18, head of Apollo right, rev. naked youth on horse right, ΦIΛIΠΠOY above, barley corn below (Muller 178), good fine

£20-30

99 99 (x1.5) 99

Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.61g, uncertain mint in Asia Minor, head of young Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin, rev. AΛEΞAN∆POY, Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, uncertain symbol on left (altar ?) over monogram, another monogram in ex. (Price - ), unpublished symbol, very rare, extremely fine

£320-380

100 100 (x1.5) 100

Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.15g, Side, head of young Herakles wearing lion’s skin right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ. AΛEΞAN∆POY, Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, wreath on left, ∆ below throne (Price 2949), a superb example, good style, extremely fine WWW.spinK.Com

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102

103

102

Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.15g, Babylon, c.325-323 BC, head of young Herakles wearing lion’s skin right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ AΛEΞAN∆POY, Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, astragalos or buckle on left, monogram below throne (Price 3674), toned, good very fine

£250-300

Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.86g, Babylon, c.311-300 BC, head of young Herakles wearing lion’s skin right, rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, AΛΞAN∆POY behind, MI to left, monogram in wreath below throne (Price 3751), toned, very fine

£200-300

Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachms (3), mints of Ake (2), Mesembria (1), head of Herakles in lion’s skin right, rev. Zeus enthroned left, Drachm, same type, Seleukos I, in name of, Tetradrachm, Phillip III, Drachm, Macedonia under Roman rule, (c.167-149 BC), Tetradrachm, head of Artemis right on shield, rev. club within ivy-wreath, good fine or better (7)

£300-400

104 104 (x1.5) 104

Kingdom of Macedon, Phillip III Arrihidaeus (323-317 BC), Tetradrachm, 17.19g, Babylon, head of young Herakles, wearing lion’s skin headdress, right, rev. ΦIΛIΠΠOY, Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, wheel and monogram in field to left, monogram below (Price P202) exceptional style, extremely fine/good very fine

£380-450

PROVENANCE:

SNC, October 1993, 6952

105 105 (x2) 105

Kingdom of Thrace, Lysimachos (323-281 BC), ¿ Stater, 8.50g, Ephesos, c.294-287 BC, diademed head of Alexander the Great right, with horn of Ammon, rev. BA∑IAΛΕΩΣ ΛY∑IMAXOY, Αthena seated left, holding Nike, who crowns Lysimachos’ name, and leaning on shield at her side, bee between E - Φ on left (Thompson 164), slightly ragged flan, a superb portrait, extremely fine 33

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Kingdom of Thrace, Lysimachos (323-281 BC), ¿ Stater, 8.54g, Pella, c.286-281 BC, diademed head of Alexander the Great with horn of Ammon right, rev. BA∑IΛΕΩΣ ΛY∑IMAXOY, Athena enthroned left, holding out Nike and leaning on shield at her side, a spear resting behind, monogram to left, K in ex. (Thompson 241; Seyrig, Anadol, RN 1969, 40ff), extremely fine

£3,500-4,000

Kingdom of Thrace, Lysimachos (323-317 BC), ¡ Tetradrachms (2), diademed head of Alexander the Great right, with horn of Ammon, rev. Athena enthroned left, holding Nike and leaning on shield at her side, one good fine, the other a posthumous issue from Byzantium with pitting on obverse, almost very fine in point of wear, Pamphylia, Side, Tetradrachms (2), helmeted head of Athena right, rev. Nike moving left, holding wreath, pomegranate on left, one with anchor countermark, fine, the other almost very fine (4)

£300-400

A COLLECTION OF SELEUCID TETRADRACHMS

108 108

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos, I Soter (280-261 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.15g, Tarsos, diademed head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY, Apollo seated left on omphalos, holding arrow before and bow at his side, monograms in ex. (Seleucid Coins 331.3), toned, good very fine

£400-500

109

109

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Kingdom of Syria, Seleukos II, Kallinikos (246-226 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.55g, Teos(?), diademed head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΣEΛEYKOY, Apollo standing left, holding arrow before him and leaning left elbow on tall tripod, branch to right (Seleucid Coins 644.1; WSM 1595), good very fine

111

111

112

£500-600

112

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos III, the Great (223-187 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.05g, Edessa (?), diademed head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY, Apollo seated left on omphalos, holding arrow before and bow at his side, rose on left, monogram on right (Seleucid Coins 1121.2; ESM 402), toned, very fine

£150-200

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos IV, Epiphanes (175-164 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.22g, Antioch, diademed head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY ΘEOY EΠΦANOY, Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike and sceptre, monogram in ex. (SNG Israel 977), a handsome example, cleaned, almost extremely fine, reverse good very fine

£400-500

113

113

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos V, Eupator (164-162 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.31g, Antioch, diademed head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY EYΠATOPOΣ, Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike and sceptre, monogram on left (Seleucid Coins 1575.2; SNG Israel 1246), very fine

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115

115

Kingdom of Syria, Demetrios I, Soter (162-150 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.61g, Antioch, diademed head right, within wreath, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ∆HMHTPIOY, Tyche seated left on throne supported by Tritoness, holding baton and cornucopia, monogram in ex. (Seleucid Coins 1638.2), flan slightly bent, about very fine

£100-150

Kingdom of Syria, Alexander I (Balas) (152-145 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.69g, diademed head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ AΛEΞAN∆POY ΘEOΠATOPOΣ EYEPΓETOY, Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike and sceptre, monogram in ex. (Seleucid Coins 1781.1; SMA 166), toned, good very fine

£250-350

116 116

Kingdom of Syria, Demetrios II, Nikator, 1st reign (146-138 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.46g, Antioch, 145-144 BC, diademed head right within wreath, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ∆HMHTPIOY ΘEOY ΦIΛA∆EΛΦOY NIKATOPOΣ, Apollo seated left on omphalos, holding arrow before and bow at his side, monograms to left, date (year 168) in ex. (Seleucid Coins cf 1907.4d; SNG Israel 1601 var.), weakly struck on Apollo’s shoulder, good very fine

117

117

118

118

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos VII, Euergetes (138-129 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.27g, Antioch, diademed head right, rev. BAΣΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY EYEPΓETOY, Athena standing left, holding Nike, left hand holding spear and resting on shield at her side, monograms to left, O behind, all in wreath (Seleucid Coins 2061.10), good very fine

£200-300

Kingdom of Syria, Demetrios II, Nikator, 2nd reign (129-125 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.43g, Sidon, diademed, bearded head right, rev. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ∆HMHTPIOY ΘEOY NIKATOPOΣ, Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike and sceptre, ?I below throne, date and monogram in ex. (Seleucid Coins 2187a), very fine

£500-600

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Kingdom of Syria, Alexander II (Zebina) (128-123 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.67g, Antioch, diademed head right, rev. BAΣAΛEΩΣ AΛEΞAN∆POY, Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike and sceptre, I?I on left, monogram under throne (Seleucid Coins cf 2220.1d), cleaned, very fine

121

120

120

121

122

£250-300

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos VIII, Epiphanes (Grypos) (c.121-96 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.14g, Sidon, 116-115 BC, diademed head right, rev. Zeus Ouranios standing left, ΣI∆/IEP/A and monograms on left, date (year 197) in ex., all in wreath (Seleucid Coins 2330.2), toned, very fine

£100-150

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos VIII, Epiphanes (Grypos) (c.121-96 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.21g, Antioch, c.109-96 BC, diademed head right, rev. Zeus Nikephoros enthroned left monograms on left and below throne, all in wreath (Seleucid Coins 2309.2; SMA 405), toned, good very fine

£200-300

Kingdom of Syria, ¡ Tetradrachms (2), Antiochos VIII, 15.68g, Antiochos X, 15.71g, both with diademed heads right of the king, rev. Zeus Nikephoros enthroned left, almost very fine (2)

£250-300

123 123

Kingdom of Syria, Seleukos VI, Epiphanes Nikator (c.96-94 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 15.65g, Seleukeia on the Kalykadnos, diademed head right, rev. Athena standing left, holding Nike, left hand holding spear and resting on shield at her side, monogram to left, flower outer left (Seleucid Coins 2405.1), patches of light porosity, good very fine

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124 124

125

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos X, Eusebes Philopator (c.94-88 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 15.42g, Antioch, diademed head right, rev. Zeus Nikephoros enthroned left, monograms under throne and two more far left, all in wreath (Seleucid Coins 2434.1), very fine

£280-350

Syria, Antioch, Q. Caecilius Bassus, Proconsul (46-45 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 15.01g, diademed head of Philip Philadelphos right, rev. Zeus Nikephoros enthroned left, legend of Philip, monogram to left, ∆ below throne, all in wreath (McAlee 5b; Prieur 5; RPC 4128), toned, scarce, very fine

£300-400

OTHER PROPERTIES

126

126

127

127

Kingdom of Syria, Alexander I, Balas (152-145 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 15.93g, Antioch, 147/146 BC, diademed head right, rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike and sceptre, monogram to left, date (year 166) and monogram in exergue (SC1784 (8e)), about extremely fine

£200-250

Kingdom of Syria, Antiochos VII (138-129 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.01g, Antioch, diademed head right, rev. Athena standing left, holding Nike, left hand on shield, all in wreath (Seleucid Coins 2061.1), good very fine

£140-180

128

128

Syria, Seleukeia (96-95 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 15.75g, veiled and turreted head of Tyche right, rev. thunderbolt on throne, date ΓI (year 13) below (SNG Cop. 398), toned, very fine

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130

131

Kingdom of Bactria, Diodotos I (261-246 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 15.70g, in the name of Antiochos, diademed head of Diodotos I right, rev. Zeus striding left, aegis over arm, hurling thunderbolt, eagle on left (cf Seleucid Coins 628e), surface erosion in places, good fine

£150-200

Kingdom of Bactria, Euthydemos I (c.225-195 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.41g, diademed head right, rev. Herakles seated left on rock, holding club on knee (SNG ANS 136; BN 9A), horn-silver on face, about very fine

£150-200

Kingdom of Bactria, Euthydemos I (c.225-195 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 15.97g, diademed head right, rev. Herakles seated left on rock, holding club on rocks before (SNG ANS 127), almost very fine, reverse good fine

£150-200

132

132

133

134

133

Kingdom of Bactria, Drachms (2), Apollodotos I (c.180-160 BC), 2.43g, Indian standard, elephant standing right, rev. Zebu standing right (BN, series 4G; SNG ANS 337-343), almost extremely fine, 2.63g, Lysias (c.130-125 BC), helmeted head right, rev. Herakles standing facing, crowning himself with wreath (BN, series 6, B; SNG ANS 1037-9), very fine (2)

£150-200

Kingdom of Bactria, Menander I (c.155-130 BC), ¡ Drachms (2), 2.32g, helmeted head right, rev. Athena Alkidemos standing left (BN, series 16), 2.42g, with diademed bust left in heroic attitude- seen from behind, aegis over shoulder, brandishing spear (BN 7, B; SNG ANS 733), both most attractive examples, about extremely fine (2)

£150-200

Kingdom of Bactria, Menander I (c.155-130 BC), ¡ Drachms (4), diademed head right (2), diademed head left in heroic attitude (2), almost very fine to almost extremely fine (4)

£100-150

135

135

Kingdom of Bactria, Hippostratos (c.65-55 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 9.18g, diademed and draped bust right, rev. king on horseback right, monogram below, Kharosthi legend (SNG ANS 1625), very fine

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136 (x2)

136

Kingdom of Egypt, Arsinoe II (wife of Ptolemy II, deified 270 BC), ¿ Oktadrachm, 27.58g, Alexandria, issue of Ptolemy VIII, diademed and veiled head of Arsinoe II right, K behind, rev. APΣINOHΣ ΦIΛA∆EΛΦOY, double cornucopia, bound with fillet (Troxell, Museum notes 28, group 3, pl.7, 3; SNG Cop. 322; Svoronos pl. LI, 17-21), two small flaws in field in front of face, lustrous, most attractive, good extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink, 1993

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Kingdom of Parthia, Phraataces and Queen Musa (2 BC-AD 5), ¡ Drachm, 3.22g, Rhagae, diademed head of Phraataces left, between two Nikes flying to crown him, rev. diademed and crowned bust of Musa left, monogram to right (Sell 68.10; Shore 325), light surface erosion, rare, good very fine

£1,000-1,200

138 138

Sasanian Kings of Persia, Ardashir I (c.223-240 AD), ¡ Drachm, 4.14g, ‘Hamadan’, diademed, draped bust right, wearing close-fitting headdress surmounted by ‘tufted’ korymbos, rev. fire-altar, with table in foreground (NAP 709; Göbl type V/2), scarce, good very fine

£900-1,000

MISCELLANEOUS LOTS OF ANCIENT GREEK COINS 139

Greek Silver coins (16), Tarentum, Diobols (2), Sidon, fraction, Mesembria, Diobols (3), Cherronesos, Hemidrachm, Apollonia Pontika, Drachm and Diobol, Dyrrachium, Victoriate, Histiaia, Tetrobols (3), Sikyon, Triobol, Gortyna, Drachm, and an uncertain Diobol, fair to very fine (16)

£200-300

140 140

141

142

Magna Graecia, miscellaneous (9), comprising ¡ Staters of Tarentum (Vlasto 836), Neapolis, and Kaulonia, a fraction of Terina, Thurium, Diobols (2), together with bronzes of Hieron II and Hieronymos and uncertain, fair to almost very fine (9)

£180-250

Greek Silver coins (10), comprising Byzantium, Sigloi (2), Tetrobol, Kalchedon, Siglos, Parium c.350-300 BC, Drachm, Hemidrachm (2), Miletos, Obol, Rhodes, Hemidrachm, Laranda?, an uncertain fraction, fair to very fine (10)

£180-250

Greek Bronze coins (17), including Pantikapaion (2), Thessaly, Thasos, Philadelphia, Amisos, Seleucid (2), Ptolemaic (5) among others, good fine to very fine (17)

£150-200

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144

145

Ancient Greek coins (5), comprising, Larissa (c.380-365 BC), Drachm, 5.84g, facing head of nymph Larissa, rev. horse grazing right, Thessalian League (mid-late 2nd cent. BC), Drachm (2), laureate head of Apollo right, rev. Athena Itonia right, Macedon, Alexander III, the Great, Drachm, head of Herakles right, rev. Zeus enthroned left, Seleucids, Antiochos VII, Drachm, radiate head right, rev. Apollo seated left, good fine to about very fine (5)

£170-240

Greek Silver coins (8), comprising Sigloi (2) of the Persian Kingdom, the Great King right, holding spear and bow, and another later issue with him holding dagger, Arados, Stater, Parthia, Mithradates II, Drachm, Phraates IV, Tetradrachm, together with three Cappadocian Drachms, fine to almost very fine (8)

£200-250

Kingdom of Macedon, bronze coins (10), mainly Philip II and Alexander the Great, types of young male head, rev. boy on horseback, and head of young Herakles, rev. club, and bow in case, good fine to very fine (10)

£90-120

149 146 146

147

148

149

Kingdom of Syria, ¡ Tetradrachms (5), of Antiochos IV, rev. Zeus enthroned, Demetrios I, rev. Tyche enthroned, Demetrios II, 1st reign, rev. Apollo seated on omphalos, another of his 2nd reign, rev. eagle, Antiochos VII, rev. Athena standing left, good fine or better (5)

£180-250

Kingdom of Syria, ¡ Tetradrachms (5), of Alexander Bala, rev. Zeus enthroned left, Antiochos VII, rev. Athena standing left, Antiochos VIII, rev. Zeus ouranios standing left, Philip Philadelphos (2), rev. Zeus enthroned, fine to about very fine (5)

£200-300

Kingdom of Bactria (9), Apollodotos I, ¡ Drachms (3), elephant standing right, rev. Zebu standing right, Apollodotos II, ¡ Drachms (5), diademed head right, rev. Athena Alkidemos left, together with a bronze unit, Apollo standing, rev. tripod, good fine to good very fine (9)

£180-250

Kingdom of Bactria (6), Antimachos II (c.160-155 BC), ¡ Drachms (6), king on horseback right, Kharosthi legend, rev. Nike advancing left, holding diadem and palm, Greek legend (BN, series 1; SNG ANS 399ff), mainly very fine (6)

£200-300

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Kingdom of Egypt, Ptolemaic, ¡ Tetradrachms (9), mainly Ptolemy I and Ptolemy II (including mints of Ptolemais and Tyre), but also Ptolemy X (1) and Ptolemy XII (1), fine to almost very fine (9)

£200-300

BOOKS 151

[JAMESON. R.] Collection R. Jameson. Paris 1913 - 1932. Four volumes in 5, complete. Volume 1. Monnaies Grecques Antiques. Paris 1913. Quarto, pp. (vii), 470; 97 fine plates in separate volume. Volume 2. Monnaies Impériales Romaines. Paris 1913. Quarto, pp. (ii). 96; 19 fine plates, 5 of which are photocopies only. Volume 3. Suite des Monnaies Grecques Antiques et Impériales Romaines. Paris 1924. Quarto, pp. (x), 184; 32 fine plates. Volume 4. Suite des Monnaies Grecques Antiques et Impériales Romaines. Paris 1932. Quarto, pp. (iv), 115 (iv); 16 fine plates. Uniformly bound burgundy cloth, gilt on spines, with all the original printed wrappers bound in. A very clean and fresh set of one of the very finest catalogues of a superb private collection of ancient Greek and Roman coins, the only drawback being the photocopies of 5 plates in volume 2. Bookplate inside front board of each volume (4)

£1,200-1,500

A COLLECTION OF ROMAN AUREI - THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

152 152 (x1.5) 152

Augustus (27 BC - AD 14), Aureus, 7.83g, Rome, 8-7 BC, laureate head right, AVGVSTVS rev. C.CAES above C. Caesar galloping right with sword and shield and holding reins, eagle between two standards behind, AVGVS F in ex. (RIC 198; BMC 498; RCV 1479 var.), light scrape behind neck, marks, good very fine, reverse, very fine

DIVI.F,

£3,000-4,000

PROVENANCE:

SNC June 2006, RM3020

153 153 (x1.5) 153

Tiberius (AD 14-37), Aureus, 7.70g, Lugdunum, AD 36-37, laureate head right, TI rev. PONTIF MAXIM, Livia (as Pax) seated right, holding branch and sceptre, exergual line below (RIC 29; BMC 46) very fine CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS,

PROVENANCE:

Bt. B Dawson, 1993

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154 (x2)

154

Claudius (AD 41-54), Aureus, 7.87g, Rome, AD 46-47, laureate head right, TI CLAVD. CAESAR. AVG. PM. TR P. VI. IMP. XI, rev. DE BRITANN on architrave of triumphal arch surmounted by an equestrian statue between two trophies (RIC 33; C.17; BMC 32; Askew 2; Foss 13), good very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

L.M. Stack, Sotheby, 22-23 April 1999, lot 139 This type commemorates one of the most significant events in British history - the invasion of Britain by Claudius in AD 43.

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Nero (AD 54-68), Aureus, 7.63g, Rome, AD 60-61, bare head right, NERO . CAESAR . AVG . IMP, rev. PONTIF. MAX. TR. P. VII COS. IIII P. P, around an oak wreath, EX S C within (RIC 21; BMC 23) some marks, wear on high points, some lustre, good very fine

£3,000-4,000

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 110, 4 October 1996, lot 92

156 156 (x1.5) 156

Vespasian (AD 69-79), Aureus, 7.46g, Rome, AD 76, laureate head right, IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, rev. COS VII, above a cow standing right, ground line below (RIC 840; BMC 176; CBN -; Calico 622. C.117), lustre, good very fine

£3,000-4,000

PROVENANCE:

NAC, auction 52, 7 October 2009, lot 1023

157 157 (x1.5)

157

Trajan (98-117), Aureus, 7.30g, Rome, 114-117, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPTIMO AVG GER DAC, rev. P M TR P CO S VI P P SPQR, Genius standing left, holding patera and corn-ears (RIC 347; BMC 545; Calico 1067 - this coin; Biaggi 516 - this coin; CBN 809 - same dies; C.275 var.), lustre, almost extremely fine PROVENANCE:

NAC, auction 51, 5 March 2009, lot 265 H.D. Rauch, auction 74, 2004, lot 491 M&M XVII, 1957, lot 432

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158 (x2)

158

Hadrian (117-38), Aureus, 7.17g, Rome 134-38, bare head right, HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, rev. GENIO . P. R, Genius standing left, holding cornucopia and sacrificing from patera over lighted altar (RIC 249; C.800; Strack II, 244; Calico 244 - this rev. die), small graze on neck, bold reverse, bust in good style, lustre, extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Baldwin’s, auction XIV, New York, 10 January 2007, lot 289 The obverse of this coin has been attributed by some commentators to Antoninianus of Aphrodisias.

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Antoninus Pius (138-61), Aureus, 7.18g, Rome 140-43, laureate head left, ANTONINVS rev. APOLLINI AVGVSTO, Apollo standing facing, head left, holding patera and lyre (RIC 63A; C.58), light marks, extremely fine, reverse, good very fine

AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III,

£4,000-5,000

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Baldwin’s, 2005

160

160 (x1.5)

160

Faustina Senior, Aureus, 7.36g, Rome 141, draped bust right with hair waved and coiled on top, DIVA FAVSTINA, rev. AVGVSTA, Venus standing left, her right hand raised and lifting fold of her robe with left (RIC 367; C.127) well-centred, lustrous, a most attractive example, extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Baldwin’s, 1999

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161 (x2)

161

Marcus Aurelius (161-80), Aureus, 7.32g, Rome 178, laureate, draped bust right, M. AVREL. ANTONINVS. AVG, rev. TR P XXXII IMP VIIII COS III. P P, Annona standing left holding two corn-ears over modius with right hand, a cornucopia in left, ship behind (RIC 388; C.957), lustrous, a superb example, good extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink, 2005

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162 (x1.5)

162

Faustina Junior, Aureus, 7.46g, Rome, draped bust, with hair drawn into a bun, right, FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, rev. SALVTI AVGVSTAE, Salus seated left feeding snake twined around an altar from a patera (RIC 716; C.198) some lustre, attractive, almost extremely fine

£4,000-5,000

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Baldwins, 1999

163

163 (x1.5)

163

Commodus (180-92), Aureus, 7.26g, Rome, 185, laureate, bearded, draped and cuirassed bust right, M. COMM. ANT. P FEL. AVG BRIT, rev. P M TR P XI. IMP VII COS V. P. P, Victory seated left holding patera and palm branch (RIC 123 var.), lustrous, almost extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink, 2006

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164 (x2)

164

Septimius Severus (193-211), Aureus, 7.27g, Rome 202, dynastic type, laureate, bearded, draped and cuirassed bust of Septimius Severus right, SEVERVS PIVS AVG P M TR P P X, rev. FELICITAS SAECVLI, facing draped bust of Julia Domna between right facing laureate and cuirassed bust of Caracalla and left facing draped and cuirassed bust of Geta (RIC 181B; BMC 379; C.4), a superb example, most attractive, good extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Vecchi, 1997

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165 (x2)

165

Severus Alexander (222-35), Aureus, 6.58g, Rome 223, laureate, lightly draped bust right, IMP C A AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG, rev. P M TR P III COS P P, Mars standing holding branch, left, and reversed spear (RIC 21; C.230) lightly smoothed on neck and cheek, scuffs on reverse, very fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. B. Dawson, 1990

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166 (x2)

166

Trebonianus Gallus (251-53), Double Aureus or Binio, 6.90g, Rome, radiate, bearded and draped bust right, IMP CAE C VIB TREB GALLVS AVG, rev. PIETAS AVGG, Pietas, veiled, standing left raising both hands (RIC 12; C.82) extremely fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Dr. Anton C. R. Dreesmann, Spink auction 152, 13 April 2000, lot 36 H Lanz, auction 48, 22 May 1989, lot 695

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167 (x2)

167

Gallienus (253-68), Aureus, 2.79g, Rome 254-56, laureate and cuirassed bearded bust right, IMP C P LIC GALLIENVS P F AVG, rev. IOVI CONSERVA, Jupiter standing facing, head left, holding thunderbolt in right hand and upturned spear in left (RIC 76 var; C.349 var; see also Gรถbl, Aufbau, NZ 74 (1951), p.22), lustrous, extremely fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Dr. Anton C. R. Dreesmann, Spink auction 152, 13 April 2000, lot 43 F Sternberg, auction XIX, 18-19 November 1987, lot 788

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168 (x2)

168

Tacitus (275-76), Aureus, 4.76g, Siscia, laureate, bearded, draped and cuirassed bust right, IMP C M CL TACITVS AVG, rev. ROMA AETERNAE, Roma enthroned left holding orb and sceptre, shield leaning against throne (RIC 75; C 115; Vagi 2429; Calico 4092), wellcentred on a large flan, lustrous, extremely fine, rare PROVENANCE:

NAC, auction 31, 26 October 2005, lot 109

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Maximianus (286-305), Aureus, 5.28g, Cyzicus, 291, laureate bearded bust left, MAXIMIANVS AVGVSTVS, rev. CONSVL III P P PROCOS, Maximianus, togate, seated left on curule chair holding Victory on globe (RIC V, ii, 596; Calico 4621; Depeyrot 11/5-6; C 78; RCV 12997), minor marks on neck, bold bust, extremely fine, rare

£6,000-8,000

This coin is that illustrated in RCV. PROVENANCE:

CNG, 1998

170 170 (x1.5)

170

Galerius (as Caesar, 293-305), Aureus, 5.25g, Trier, 296, laureate, bearded head right, MAXIMIANVS N C, rev. IOVI FVLGERATORI, Jupiter advancing right hurling thunderbolt, kneeling figure to right, PTR in ex. (RIC -; Calico 4929a - this coin; Sear 14212), interesting reverse type, almost very fine, rare

£2,500-3,500

PROVENANCE:

Vecchi, 1997

171 171 (x1.5)

171

Licinius I (308-24), Aureus, 5.35g, Nicomedia, 317-18, laureate head right, LICINIVS rev. IOVI CONS LICINI AVG, Jupiter enthroned left, holding Victory on globe in right hand and sceptre in left behind, eagle at feet with wreath in beak, pedestal below inscribed SIC X/SIC XX, below SMNA (RIC VII, 20; Foss II, C.128), minor marks, short of flan above head, hints of lustre, almost extremely fine/extremely fine, rare

AVGVSTVS,

PROVENANCE:

Dr. Anton C.R. Dreesmann, Spink auction 152, 13 April 2000, lot 111 J. Vinchon, Monte Carlo, 29 July 1978, lot 153

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172 (x2)

172

Licinius II (Caesar, 317-24), Aureus, 5.23g, Nicomedia, 321-22, facing bare headed draped bust, D N VAL LICIN LICINIVS NOB C, rev. IOVI CONSERVATORI CAES, Jupiter seated facing holding Victory in globe, holding wreath aloft, in right hand and long sceptre in left, eagle at feet left holding wreath in beak, all on platform inscribed SIC.X./SIC.X., below, SMNΓ, die wear on nose and mouth, well-centred, lustrous, about extremely fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Dr. Anton C.R. Dreesmann, Spink auction 152, 13 April 2000, lot 114 Stanley Gibbons list 15, October 1977, 79

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174

173 173 (x1.5) 173

174

C. Memelius Limetanus (c.82 BC), serrate Denarius, 3.99g, bust of Mercury right, caduceus behind, rev. Ulysses walking right, his dog before. C.MAMIL, behind, LIMETAN before (Cr.362/1; BMC 2716-29), even grey tone, well-centred especially on obverse, extremely fine

£250-350

C. Vibius Pansa, ¡ Denarius, 3.43g, 48 BC, mask of Pan right, PANSA below, rev. R. C. behind Jupiter Axurus seated left, IOVIS. AXVR. before (Cr. 449/1a; BMC 3978), cabinet tone, full flan, about extremely fine

£180-220

VIBIVS C. F. C. N.

175 175 (x1.5) 175

Julius Caesar (assassinated 44 BC), Denarius, 3.48g, Rome, Feb.-Mar. 44 BC, veiled head of Caesar right, CAESAR DICT PERPETVO, rev. P.SEPVLLIVS [MACER], Venus standing left holding Victory (RSC 39), off-centre, weak in places, nearly very fine

£300-400

176 176 (x1.5) 176

Sextus Pompey, ¡ Denarius, 3.86g, Sicily, 42-40 BC, bare head of Pompey the Great right, jug (capis) behind, lituus before, MAG PIVS IMP ITER, rev. PRAEF above Neptune standing left, foot on prow, between the Catanaean brothers Anapias and Amphinomus, each with a parent on their shoulders, [CLAS] ET ORAE/[MARIT EX S C] in ex. (Crawford 511/3a; Sear, Imperators, 334; Syd. 1344), toned, unusually complete obverse, almost extremely fine

£900-1,000

177 177 (x1.5) 177

Mark Antony and Octavian, Denarius, 3.97g, Ephesus, Spring-Summer 41 BC, head of Mark Antony right, M.ANT.IMP.AVG.III.VIR.R.P.C.M.BARBAT.Q.P, rev. CAESAR.IMP.PONT..III.VIR.R.P.C., head of Octavian right (RSC 8; RRC 517/2), lightly toned, very fine 57

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Augustus (27 BC-AD 14), ¡ Denarius, 3.94g, while Octavian, Italy or Rome, 29-27 BC, bare head right, rev. IMP CAESAR, terminal figure, with head of Augustus, on thunderbolt (RIC 269a; Sear, Imperators, 425; C. 114), beautifully toned, with a superb portrait, tiny test-cut on edge, extremely fine

£2,000-2,500

179 179

Caligula (AD 37-41), Sestertius, Rome, 40-41 (TR P IIII), laureate head left, rev. AD LOCVT COH, Gaius (Caligula) standing left on platform addressing five soldiers holding shields (RIC 48; BMC 68), good fine

£200-300

180 180

Caligula (AD 37-41), Æ As, Rome, AD 37/8, bare head left, rev. VESTA, S-C, Vesta seated left, holding patera and sceptre (RIC 38; BMC 46; C. 27), dark brown patina with green deposit highlighting the details, attractive good very fine

181

181

x182

£400-600

182

Claudius (AD 41-54), Denarius, 3.47g, Lyons, AD 46-47, laureate head right, rev. Nemesis walking right preceded by a snake (RSC 58; RIC 30), about fine, rare

£80-120

Claudius (AD 41-54), Dupondius, Rome, AD 41-42, bare head left, rev. CERES AVGVSTA Ceres enthroned left holding corn-ears and torch (RIC 94; C1), struck on a small flan, about very fine, scarce

£160-220

SC,

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Nero (AD 54-68), ¡ Denarius, 3.41g, Rome, 66-7, laureate head right, IMP. NERO rev. IVPPITER CVSTOS, Jupiter seated left (RIC 64; RSC 121), superb portrait of the mature emperor on a broad flan, extremely fine to about extremely fine CAESAR AVGSTVS,

£900-1,200

184 184

Nero (AD 54-68), Denarius, 3.79g, Rome AD 64-65, laureate head right, rev. AVGVSTVS Augustus and Livia standing left (RSC 43; RIC 45), surface porosity, good fine/fine, rare

AVGVSTA,

£120-160

185 185

Nero (AD 54-68), Sestertius, Rome, laureate head right, rev. ANNONA AVGVSTI CERES, SC in exergue, Annona standing, holding cornucopia, facing Ceres seated left, modius on garlanded altar between them (RIC 137; BMC 127), light corrosion to surface, very fine/good fine

£1,000-1,200

186

186

Nero (AD 54-68), Sestertius, laureate head left, NERO CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GER P M TR rev. S - C, triumphal arch surmounted by quadriga (RIC 146; WCN 102A), dark green patina, a handsome piece, very fine P IMP P P,

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188 187 (x1.5)

187

Civil Wars, revolt of Galba in Spain (AD 68), Denarius, 3.11g, Tarraco, head of Libertas right, LIBERTAS, rev. RESTITVTA below pileus between two daggers dividing P R (RIC Civil War, group I, 24; RSC 394; BMC 7), surface porosity, nearly very fine/fine, an extremely rare issue found in England

£2,000-3,000

PROVENANCE:

Found near Lincoln, 2003 This remarkable type makes a clear political statement in reviving the design of the famous EID MAR Denarius struck by M. Junius Brutus in 42 BC in celebration of the assassination of Julius Ceasar. In so doing it demonstrates that the leaders of the Galban revolt to overthrow the tyranny of Nero saw themselves acting with similar motives to those of the conspirators against Julius Caesar in 44 BC. 188

Galba (AD 68-69), Denarius, 3.19g, laureate head left, rev. DIVA AVGVSTA, Livia standing left holding patera and long sceptre (RSC 22a; RIC 2), porous surfaces, good fine/fine, rare

189

£180-220

190 189 (x1.5)

189

190

Otho (AD 69), Denarius, 3.50g, bare head right, rev. SECVRITAS P R, Securitas standing left holding wreath and sceptre (RSC 17; RIC 8), mark on neck, good portrait, very fine

£600-800

Otho (AD 69), Denarius, 3.08g, bare head right, rev. SECVRITAS P R, Securitas standing left holding wreath and sceptre (RSC 15; RIC 10), about fine, rare

£120-150

191 191

192

192

Trajan (AD 98-117), Sestertius, Rome, 106, laureate head right, drapery on far shoulder, rev. SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI, S-C, Victory standing right, inscribing VIC/DAC on shield held on palm-stump (RIC 527; BMC 812; C. 454), dark green patina, very fine

£180-240

Trajan (AD 98-117), Sestertius, Rome, 107, laureate bust right with light drapery on left shoulder, rev. SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI, Trajan galloping right brandishing spear at Dacian warrior trampled by horses’s hooves (RIC 534), light surface deposits in places, almost very fine

£120-160

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Trajan (AD 98-117), As, Rome, 101-102, laureate head right, rev. T R POT-COS IIII P P S-C, Victory flying left holding shield inscribed SPQR (RIC 434; C.640), even brown patina, nearly extremely fine/extremely fine

£250-300

194 194 (x1.5) 194

Trajan (AD 98-117), Tetradrachm, 10.69g, Pergamum or Ephesus, AD 98-99, laureate head right, rev. COS II, divided by six ears of corn upright tied in a sheaf (RSC 50; RIC 715), nearly extremely fine

£600-700

196 196 (x1.5)

195 195

Hadrian (117-38), Sestertius, 119-122, laureate bust right, drapery on far shoulder, IMP CAESAR TRAIANVS HADRIANVS AVG, rev. PONT MAX TR POT COS III, S C, Jupiter seated left, holding Victory and sceptre (RIC 561a; BMC 1146; cp. C.1185), uncleaned green patina, typical of British finds, light graze on patina before bust, attractive, good very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Found near Bramley, Hampshire. 196

197

Sabina, wife of Hadrian, Denarius, 3.24g, Rome, 129, diademed bust of Sabina right, hair in queue down back, rev. CONCORDIA AVG Concordia seated left on throne, holding patera and resting left arm on statue of Spes set on a low base; cornucopia under throne (BMC 895; RIC 398; RSC 12), extremely fine

£300-400

Denarii (3), Sabina, 3.28g, rev. CONCORDIA AVG, Concordia seated left holding patera, left arm resting on statuette of Spes (RSC 12), nearly very fine, Faustina Senior, 2.90g, rev. AVGUSTA, Juno standing right (RSC 128), marks, fine, Julia Mamaea, 2.02g, rev. Juno seated (RSC 32), about fine/very fine (3)

£60-80

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Pertinax (193), Denarius, 2.90g, Rome, laureate head right, rev. AEQVIT AVG TR P COS II, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia (RIC. IV 1a), very fine to good very fine

£1,000-1,200

199 199 (x1.5)

199

x200

Julia Domna, Septimus Severus and Caracalla, Denarius, 3.00g, bust of Julia Domna right, IVLIA AVGVSTA, rev. AETERNIT. IMPERI, laureate busts of Septimius Severus, left, and Caracalla, right, vis a vis (RSC 2; RIC S539), flan crack, surface porosity, about very fine, rare

£300-400

Geta (209-12), Denarius, 3.37g, laureate bearded head right, rev. VICTORIAE - BRIT, Victory advancing right (RSC 220; RIC 91), very fine, scarce, Magnentius (350-53), Double Centionalis, Amiens, bare headed bust right, rev. Christogram (RIC 34), rather crude style suggestive of a contemporary imitation, fine (2)

£80-100

201 201

202

Aurelian (270-75), Antoninianus, Ticinum, AD 274, radiate and cuirassed bust right, rev. SOLI INVICTO, Sol advancing left between two captives, star in field, in ex. TXXT (RIC 154), most attractive, extremely fine

£60-80

Carausius (286-93), Antoninianus, 3.92g, bearded radiate bust right, rev. [...]vci, ?Minerva, holding inverted spear, left, branch right, mintmark X below, small dumpy flan, interesting reverse, good fine, Allectus (AD 293-96), Quinarius, London, 294-96, bearded, radiate and cuirassed bust right, rev. VIRTVS AVG, galley right, QL in ex. (Sear 13870), nearly very fine (2)

£60-80

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203 203

Severus II (as Augustus, 306-07), Follis, London, no mintmark, laureate bust right, IMP rev. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius standing left, wearing modius and holding patera in right hand and cornucopia, left (RIC VI, p.322, 40, 46), field find patina, about very fine, scarce

£80-100

Constantine the Great (307-37), Æ Follis, Trier, 310-13, laureate, cuirassed bust right, rev. MARTI CONSERVATORI, helmeted and cuirassed bust of Mars (resembling Contantine), right (RIC 884), extremely fine

£100-120

SEVERVS PIVS FELIX AVG,

204

205 205 (x2) 205

Eugenius (392-94), ¡ Siliqua, 1.14g, Milan, pearl-diademed, bearded bust right, rev. VI[RTVS RO]-MANORVM, Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory on globe and reversed spear behind, MDPS in exergue (RIC 32c; RSC 14†b), a superb portrait, flan clipped at 6-8 o’clock but still about full weight, lustrous, good extremely fine

£700-900

PROVENANCE:

Gussage All Saints hoard, Dorset, 2010

206 206 (x2)

206

Eugenius (392-94), Siliqua, 1.10g, ?Trier, pearl-diademed bearded bust right, rev. VIRTVS-ROMANORVM, Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and reversed spear behind (RIC 106D), clipped, good bust, nearly very fine, rare

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207 (x1.5)

Constans II (641-68), Tremissis, 1.42g, Syracuse, diademed bust right, rev. VICTORIAVGUI, cross potent, Θ to right, in ex. CONOB (Sear 1097; D.O. 169), about very fine, scarce

£150-200

208 208 (x1.5) x208

209

Constantine V with Leo IV (851-75), Solidus, 3.88g, Syracuse, facing bust of Constantine V, left, with short beard, and Leo IV, beardless, right, both wearing crown and chlamys, cross on staff of pellets between heads, rev. facing bust of Leo III, with short beard holding cross potent to left, crowned and wearing loros (DOC -; Sear 1565; Anastasi 424), irregular flan, obverse double struck in places, about extremely fine, rare

£500-600

Roman and Byzantine, lead seals, various types, generally fine (12)

£100-120

MISCELLANEOUS LOTS OF ROMAN COINS 210

211

212

213

214

215

216

Roman Silver coins, Denarii (9), Republic (2), including C. Claudius Pulcher, Roma head right, rev. victory right in biga (Craw. 300/1), nearly very fine, Imperial (7), including Hadrian, Septimius Severus, Caracalla, Elagabalus, two with flan edge splits, generally fine - very fine, others (3) fine, Antoniniani (2), Gordian III, rev. Fortuna seated left (RIC 143), nearly very fine, Volusian, rev. Emperor sacrificing (RIC 141; RSC 94), nearly very fine (11)

£80-100

Roman Denarii (5) Republic, Julius Caesar, rev. Venus, rev. Aeneas carrying Anchises, chipped, Mark Antony, legionary type, Vespasian, rev. Judaea, and Julia Domna, fair to good fine (5)

£80-100

Ancient coins (14), Jewish (9), Prutah (6), comprising Pontius Pilate (AD 26-36), three bound grain-ears, rev. simpulum (Hendin 1341), and others (5), Agrippa I, Æ, Jewish war, Roman (4), Augustus, As, Philip I, Sestertius, Antoninus Pius, Denarius, Probus, Antoninianus, Parthia (1), Vologases III, Drachm, fair to very fine (14)

£120-150

Roman coins (15), Silver (1), Hadrian, Denarius, Rome, 121, rev. Mars advancing right holding spear and carrying trophy (RIC 67), good fine, Æ coins (14), As (3), third and fourth century (11), various denominations and Emperors, generally fair-good fine (15)

£100-120

Roman Silver coins (6), Denarii (5), including Trajan, rev. Victory, right, inscribing shield on palm stump with word DA/CI/CA (RSC 80; RIC 130), very fine, others (4), Vespasian, Hadrian, Severus Alexander (2), generally fair-fine, Postumous, Antoninianus, rev. Hercules standing (RIC 91), fine (6)

£60-80

Roman Æ coins (5), Hadrian, Dupondius radiate bust right, rev. COS III SC, Pegasus, right, about to take flight (RIC 658), very fine, As (4), including Caligula, rev. Vesta seated (RIC 38), good fine, Antoninus Pius, rev. Felicitas standing (RIC 937), very fine, others (2), these Nero, Domitian, fair-fine (5)

£100-130

Gordian III (238-44), Antoninianus, rev. PROVID AVG, Providentia standing left (RIC 148), very fine, with a Republican Denarius, fair (2)

£25-35

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217

218

219

218 (part)

Folles, London (4), Licinius, 313-14, rev. GENIO POP ROM, in ex. PLN, fine, Constantine the Great (2), both cuirassed radiate bust, rev. altar, in ex PLON, one cracked, fine-good fine, Crispus, 321-2, rev. altar, in ex. PLON (RIC VII, 111, 229), fine, Constantine II (as Caesar 317-37), Ticinum, 322-25, rev. DOMINOR•NOSTROR•CAESS, VOT X with crescent below, within wreath, PT below (cf RIC 173), very fine (5)

£60-80

Ancient coins (37), gold (1), Valens, Solidus, 3.89g, Antioch, rev. Emperor standing, ex mount, fair, Silver (9), Greek (3), Parthian (3), Roman Imperial (2), Greco-Roman (1), Hadrian, Tetradrachm, Alexandria, generally fair - fine, one better, Æ (27), Greek (1), Roman, Sestertii (4), including Trajan, rev. Fortuna standing, Hadrian, rev. Roma seated left holding victory (RIC 561a), both fine, Nero, As, fair, third and fourth century bronzes (21), various Emperors, and denominations, an interesting accumulation, generally fair - fine (37)

£350-450

Roman coins (35) ¡ (6), including Siliquae (2), Julian II, 1.97g, Lyons, rev. within wreath (RIC 218), crack, very fine, Magnus Maximus, 1.19g, Trier, rev. Roma seated left (RIC 84b), lightly clipped, very fine, others, Denarii (4), fair-fine, Æ (29), mainly third and fourth centuries, including Carausius, Antoninianus, 2.98g, rev. LE[G II P]ARTH, centaur left, in ex. M.L, (RIC62), fair-fine, a rare type, others (28), generally fair-fine, a few better (35)

£100-140

Roman Æ coins (67), third and fourth centuries mainly Æ3, British field finds, many types, generally fair-fine, some very fine (67)

£80-100

VOTIS/V/MVLTIS/X

220

ISLAMIC COINS 221

Arab-Sasanian, ‘Ubayd Allah bin Ziyad (674-683), Drachm, mint DA, year 47 (Album 12), about extremely fine

£80-100

222 222

223

Arab-Sasanian, ‘Abd Allah bin al-Zubayr (680-692), Drachm, mint DA, year 59 (Album 15; Album & Goodwin vol.1, 261), good very fine, scarce

£100-120

Arab-Sasanian, al-Muhallab bin Abi Sufra (694-698), Drachm, mint BYS, year 76, with MW in obverse margin (Album 31; Album & Goodwin 212), good very fine

£80-100

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224

225

225

226

227

228

228

229

230

231

226

227

Umayyad, temp. ‘Abd al-Malik (685-705), ¿ Dinar, 4.25g, mintless type, AH86 (Bernardi 43; A.125), minor imperfections in fields, about extremely fine

£300-350

Umayyad, temp. Hisham (724-743), ¿ Dinar, 4.26g, mintless type, AH124 (Album 136; Bernardi 43), about extremely fine

£300-350

Abbasid, temp. al-Mansur (754-775), ¿ Dinar, 4.28g, mintless type, AH156 (Album 212; Bernardi 51), about extremely fine

£150-200

229

230

231

Abbasid, temp. al-Mahdi (775-785), ¿ Dinar, 4.24g, mintless type, AH161 (Album 214; Bernardi 51), fields scratched both sides, otherwise very fine

£120-150

Abbasid, temp. al-Rashid (786-803), ¿ Dinar, 4.12g, mintless type (Misr), AH183, with governor Ja’far below reverse legend (Album 218.11; Bernardi 69), clipped, about fine

£120-150

Abbasid, al-Ma’mun (810-833), ¿ Dinar, 4.21g, mintless type, AH198 (Egypt), citing governor al-’Abbas below legend, rev. al-Imam above legend and al-Ma’mun below (Album 222.3; Bernardi 84), good fine, rare

£180-220

Abbasid, temp. al-Ma’mun, ¿ Dinar, 4.24g, Misr, AH202, citing the governor al-Sari below legend, rev. Tahir above legend (Album 222.7; Bernardi 89De), scratches in both fields, good fine

£120-150

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233

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Abbasid, al-Nasir (1180-1225), ¿ Dinar, 7.40g, Madinat al-Salam, AH608 (Album 268), edges a little weak, good very fine

£300-350

Fatimid, Al-Mu’izz (953-75), ¿ Dinar, 4.14g, Misr, AH364 (Miles 44; Nicol 370), about extremely fine

£220-280

Fatimid, al-Hakim (996-1021), ¿ Quarter-Dinar, 1.04g, mint and date off flan, alZahir (1021-36), ¿ Quarter-Dinar, 0.74g, Siqilliyah, date not visible (cf Nicol 1194, 1413), good fine and about fine (2)

£120-150

235

235

236

236

Fatimid, Al-Mustansir (1036-94), ¿ Dinar, 4.21g, Misr, AH453 (Miles 356; Nicol 2136), good fine

£200-250

Crusader, imitating Dinar of Fatimid ruler al-Amir (2nd phase 1148/59 - 1187), ¿ Bezant, 3.93g, probably Acre (Malloy 3), good very fine

£300-350

237

237

238

239

238

Ayyubid, al-’Adil Abu Bakr (1196-1218), ¿ Dinar, 4.49g, al-Qahira, AH600, type A (Album 801; Balog 237), good very fine

£150-200

Ayyubid, al-’Adil II (1237-39), ¿ Dinar, 3.97g, al-Qahira (mint off flan), AH637, naming caliph al-Mustansir (Album 818; Balog 506), edges weak, otherwise good very fine

£120-150

Artuquids of Mardin, figural Bronze Dirhams (5), Najm al-din Alpi (1152-76), two different types, Qutb al-din Il-Ghazi II (1176-84), Husam al-din Yuluq Arslan (1184-1201) (2) AH581, and ‘death of Saladin’ types (S.S. 27, 30.1, 31.1, 33.2, 35), fine to very fine (5)

£200-250

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240 240

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Burji Mamluk, Nasir al-Din Faraj (second reign 1406-12), ¿ Ashrafi, 3.36g, al-Qahira, date mostly off-flan, probably AH810 (Album 978; Balog 628), rim with mount removed at 2 o’clock, very fine; Jaqmaq (1438-53), ¿ Ashrafi, 3.4g (Album 1006), good fine (2)

£200-250

Murabitid (Almoravid), Yusuf bin Tashufin (1087-1106), ¿ Dinar, 3.59g, Agmat, AH495 (Album 464.1; Hazard 68), clipped, very fine

£400-500

Murabitid (Almoravid), Ali bin Yusuf (1106-1142), ¿ Dinar, 4.12g, Agmat, AH502 (Album 466.1; Hazard 154), very fine

£500-600

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243

244

245

Muwahhid (Almohad), Abu Muhammad ‘Abd Al-Mumin (1130-63), ¿ 1⁄ 2 -Dinar, 2.29g, no mint or date (Album 478; Hazard 466), about very fine

£200-250

Hafsid, Abu Zakariya Yahya I (1230-49), ¿ Dinar (Dobla), 4.78g, Tilimsan, undated, with Hafsid name only (Album 499.2; Hazard 548), about extremely fine

£500-600

Hafsid, Abu-Yahya abu Bakr II (second series 1318-46), ¿ Dinar, 4.02g, no mint or date (Album 507.2; Hazard 589), about very fine

£350-400

246

246

247

248

247

Ottoman, Sulayman I (1520-66), ¿ Sultani, 3.37g, Qustantiniye, AH926 (Album 1317), good fine

£150-200

Ghaznavid, Mas’ud (1030-41), ¿ Dinar, 3.82g, Ghazna, AH429 (Album 1619), good fine

£150-180

Ghaznavid, Mahmud bin Sabuktakin, ¿ Dinar, 3.56g., Nishapur, AH397, Ibrahim, (1059-99), base ¿ Dinars (2), mint and date off flan (Ghazna type), together with another Dinar (Album 1606, 1637), fine to good fine (4)

£400-500

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250

Sufid in Khwarizm, temp. Husayn (1361-72), ¿ fractional Dinar, 1.12g, Khwarizm, AH768 (Album 2063), fine, rare

£200-250

Uzbekistan, Khokand, Mohammed Khudayar Khan (first reign 1845-58), ¿ Tilla, 4.46g, AH1274, Persian legends (F.3; KM.100), ex mount, attractive good fine

£200-250

251 251

252

253

252

Uzbekistan, Khoqand, Malla Khan (1858-62), ¿ Tilla, 4.46g, Khoqand, AH1276/1276, teardrop cartouche/circular cartouche (KM.118), almost pierced through at top, very fine

£150-180

Uzbekistan, Khokand, Mohammed Khudayar Khan (third reign 1865-75), ¿ Tilla, 4.20g, AH1288, Persian legends (F.3; KM.155), fine

£150-180

Egypt, Farouk (1936-52), 20 Paistres 1937, 10 Piastres, 1937, 5 Piastres, 1937, 2 Piastres, 1937 (KM.368, 367, 366, 365), extremely fine (4)

£120-150

INDIAN COINS 254

India, Bahmani Sultanate, Firuz Shah (1397-1422), Æ Falus (3), Ahmad Shah II (1435-57), Æ Gani (4), 1⁄ 2 -Gani, 1⁄ 3-Gani (2)(G & G. BH.66, 84, 87, 88), fine or better, Sultans of Gujarat, Mahmud Shah III, Tanka (G & G. G.418), together with a Token Tanka of Muhammad bin Tughluq, good fine and fine; Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah (1719-48), Rupee, Gwalior (KM.436.25), Æ Dams (6), various rulers, one with clear date AH1125, possibly Surat, very good to about fine (25)

£120-150

The copper coins found at Sendhwa, M.P. in mid 20th century.

255 255

256

257

256

India, Mughal Empire, Akbar, square ¿ Token, 10.62g, modelled on a Mohur of Akbar, Urdu Zafar Qarin, Alif (AH1000) (cf KM.119.4), good very fine

£450-550

India, Mughal Empire, Jahangir, ¿ Zodiac Mohur, 10.57g, cast copy, Sagittarius (cf KM.180.17), minor flan cracks, very fine

£400-500

Indian States, Maratha Confederacy, Rupees (2), Srinagar, AH(..)99/29, AH 1212/39 (KM.247, 249), very fine; Datia, Rupee, yr.29 (KM.38), good fine; Gwalior, Æ 1⁄ 4 -Annas (17), 1⁄ 2 -Pice (8); Indore, Æ 1⁄ 2 -Annas (5), 1⁄ 4 -Annas (2); Ratlam Æ Paisas (10), Hyderabad, miscellaneous coins (6), coins of other states (9), Tokens (2), very good to very fine (62)

£100-120

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261

262

263

x264

265

266

India, Bengal Presidency, jeweller’s copy of a Mohur, 12.41g, AH 1202/19, Murshidabad, Persian script, rev. inscription with mint name, edge oblique milling (KM.113), extremely fine

£250-350

East India Company, Bengal Presidency, dump Rupee, Murshidabad, AH1025, ry.19, milled Rupee, 1⁄ 4 -Rupees (2), ry.19, Æ Pice, ry.37, Bombay Presidency, Æ 1⁄ 2 -Anna, 1834, 1⁄ 4 -Anna (4), Pie, Madras Presidency, milled Arcot Rupee, AH1172, ry.6, Fanam (1808 issue), Æ 5-Cash, 1803, 2-Pies, 1825; Æ Half-Annas (8), 1835, 1⁄ 4 -Annas (16), 1835 (10), 1858 (6), 1⁄ 2 -Pice (2), 1853, 1⁄ 12-Pice (4), 1833, 1835 (3), fine to very fine (45)

£80-100

British India, William IV, 1⁄ 4 -Rupee, 1835, Victoria, Rupees (10), 1840 (6), 1862 (2), 1877, 1888, 2-Annas (2), 1862, 1886, Æ 1⁄ 2 -Annas (2), 1862, 1⁄ 4 -Annas (3), 1862, 1887, 1892, the Rupees and 1⁄ 4-Rupee very fine or better, the other coins generally fine (18)

£150-200

British India, Victoria (1837-1901), Rupees (2), 1840, Calcutta (KM.457.10), good very fine, 1862, type A/II 0/7, Half Rupees, 1862 (2), Quarter Rupee, 2-Annas, 1862 (KM.469, 470, 472. 473.1), extremely fine (6)

£100-130

British India, Victoria, Rupees (2), 1840, 1900, 1⁄ 4 -Rupee, 1897; Edward VII, Rupee, 1903, 1⁄ 4 -Rupees (2), 1906, 1907, 2-Annas, 1905; George V, Rupees (2), 1915, 1919, 1 ⁄ 4 -Rupee, 1918, nickel Durbar Medal, 12th December 1911; George VI, Rupee, 1941, 1 ⁄ 4 -Rupee, 1945; Republic, 10-Rupees, 25th anniversary of independence, 1947-72, good fine to good very fine; other base metal Coins of the East India Company, British India and Portuguese India (94), contained in an album, mostly very good to fine (108)

£150-200

British India, Edward VII (1901-11), Rupee, 1906, 1⁄ 4 -Rupees (2), 1906, 1910, 2-Annas (12), 1903 (2), 1904, 1906 (5), 1907 (3), 1910, Æ 1⁄ 4 -Anna, 1910; George VI, Rupees (3), 1943, 1944 (2), 1⁄ 2 -Rupees (2), 1939, 1943, 1⁄ 4 -Rupee, 1939, 2-Annas (2), 1944, 1947, 1-Anna, 1945, 1⁄ 12-Annas (5), 1939, fine to extremely fine (30)

£70-90

British India, George V (1910-36), Rupees (2), 1917, 1918 (KM.524), extremely fine, George VI, Rupee, 1944 (KM.557.1), uncirculated, Jamaica, Edward VII, Penny, 1905, crowned bust right, rev. arms (KM.23), uncirculated, South Africa, Crown, 1960, arms, rev. building, ship before (KM.55), uncirculated (5)

£60-80

British India, George V, Rupees (21), 1912, 1913 (4), 1914, 1916, 1917 (2), 1918 (5), 1919 (6), 1920, 1⁄ 2 -Rupees (3), 1919, 1922, 1936, 1⁄ 4 -Rupee, 1917, 2-Annas (2), 1913, 1916, Æ 1⁄ 4 -Anna (2), 1936, 1⁄ 2 -Pice (2), 1924, 1932, 1⁄ 12-Anna (4), 1917, 1922 (2), 1936, fine to good very fine (35)

£250-300

India, miscellaneous coins (30), including ancient and medieval (9), Sultanate (6), Mughal (3), Mysore (5), other Native States (6), Ramatanka Token (1), fine to very fine (30)

£80-100

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WORLD COINS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS 267

Australia (5), Edward VII, Sixpence, 1910, Threpence 1910 (KM.19, 18), very fine, George V, Florin, 1927 (KM.31), good very fine, Threepence, 1926 (KM.24), good very fine, Penny 1936 (KM.23), very fine, Halfpenny 1936 (KM.22), good very fine (6)

£40-50

268

268 (x2)

x268

Australia, George V (1910-36), square cupro-nickel pattern Penny, 1921, by Sir Bertram Mackennal, small bare head left, rev. kookaburra right, on short thick diagonal branch (M.13; Ren.12), slight rub on high points, uncirculated, very rare

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Austria, Ferdinand I (1521-64), Kremnitz, 11⁄ 2 -Schautaler, 44.97g, 1541, + FERDINANDVS D G ROM HVNG BOEM DALMA CROA REX, Emperor in full armour on horseback left, date in exergue, rev. + INFANS HISPA ARCHIDVX AVSTRIE DVX BVRGVNDIE, eagle, shield on breast (cf Markl 2043), surfaces cleaned and now toned, very fine

£300-400

270 271 270

271

Austria, Maximilian II (1564-76), Ducat, 1570, Vienna, ruler standing holding orb and sceptre, rev. crowned shield (F.48a), probably from a mount, very fine

£300-400

Austria, Rudolph II (1586-1612), Taler, 28.09g, 1605, Ensisheim, laureate cuirassed bust right wearing wide ruff and collar of the Golden Fleece, facing lion mask decoration on shoulder, small date below, rev. NEC NON ARCHIDVCES ¿ D B LANDG ALS CO FER, crowned shield (Dav.3034 var), obverse cleaned but about very fine, a scarce type

£150-200

272 272

Austria, Archduke Leopold (1619-32), as Bishop of Strassburg (1607-26), Taler, 28.63g, 1620, Hall, bust right dividing date, rev. crowned shield, small shields of Strassburg and Passau below (Dav.3328), good very fine WWW.spinK.Com

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Austria, Ferdinand III (1637-57), Taler, 28.54g, 1655, Vienna, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, date below, rev. crowned shield (Dav.3183; KM.977), very fine

275

274

274

275

276

277

£150-200

Austria, Salzburg, Paris von Lodron (1619-53), Taler, 28.37g, 1628, on the Consecration of the Cathedral, two Saint-Bishops holding the Cathedral, date divided above, shield below, rev. Reliquary carried in procession (Dav.3499; KM.110), very fine

£200-300

Austria, Salzburg, Hieronymous von Colloredo-Walsee (1772-1803), Taler, 1777, robed bust right, rev. crowned arms within mantle (Dav.1263; KM.435), extremely fine and lustrous

£600-800

Brazil, João as Regent (1799-1818), 960-Reis, 1814 R (KM.307.3), trace of mount (?), otherwise extremely fine, Pedro I (1822-31), 640-Reis, 1824 over 3 R (KM.367), extremely fine (2)

£120-160

British Empire, Edward VIII (1936) (5), British West Africa (3), Penny, 1936 (KM.16), Halfpenny (2), 1936H, 1936 (KM.15), uncirculated, Fiji, Penny, 1936 (KM.6), uncirculated, New Guinea, Penny, 1936 (KM.6), uncirculated (5)

£50-60

All bt. Seaby, c.1960 x278

279

280

British Guiana, Victoria (1837-1901), Four Pence, 1891, head left, rev. value within wreath (KM.26), almost extremely fine

£80-100

British Trade Dollars (2), 1899 B, 1902 B, geometric design, rev. Britannia standing (KM.T5), the first good fine, the second very fine (2)

£120-150

British West Africa, George VI, ni.br. 2-Shillings, 1938 KN, Shilling, 1939, 6-Pence (2), 1938, cu.ni. 3-Pence (49), various dates, Pennies (5), 1941, 1942 (2), 1947 (2), Halfpennies (6), 1937 KN (3), H (3); Elizabeth II, cu.ni. 3-Pence (5), 1957 (KM.18, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 35), about fine to good fine, the 3-Pences dated 1957 a little better and scarce (69)

£150-200

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282

Cambodia, Kingdom, souvenir gold coin struck from 25-Centimes dies, 1860, head of king Norodom left, rev. arms, 1.99g (F.6; KM.X46), from worn dies, very fine, rare

£300-400

China, silver ingots (3), c.19th century, 9.19g, with personal name Lu Zigang, 10.27g, with family name CHEN, and 9.57g, with CHEN and CAI (‘wealth’), these names possibly of the foundry where struck, or issuing banking house, very fine to extremely fine (3)

£80-120

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x284

Colombia, Philip V, (1700-46), Santa Fe de Bogota, 2-Escudos, 6.74g, undated, shield dividing F-S, rev. cross in quadrilobe (CT. type 83; F.8), very fine

£600-800

Columbia, Charles IV (1788-1808), 8-Escudos, 1798 NR JJ, Bogota, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shield within Collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece (F.51; KM.62.1), from a mount, otherwise very fine

£500-600

286 285 285

286

Colombia, Liberation of the City of Popayan 1811, silver medal, 10.55g, CIVITAS POPAYANENSIS D ANTONIO BARAYA, view of the town and mountain of popayan, MAR 28 1811 below, rev. DIRUPIT VINCULA POPULI IUGUMQUE TIRANNI IN FOEDERE, coastal view with mountains beyond, all in shield, 31mm. (Fonrobert 8219), very fine

£300-350

Danish West Indies, silver 20-Skilling, 1848, crowned shield, rev. XX SKILLING DANSK in six lines, engrailed (central straight groove) edge (H.169; KM.21.1), a proof like strike with wide borders and high rim, mishandled but still extremely fine

£200-250

Dominican Republic, Peso, 1897A, head left, rev. shield (KM.16), fine, Mexico, Charles III, 8-Reales, 1781FF, Mexico City, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shield (KM.106.2), about very fine (2)

£60-80

Egypt, Opening of the Suez Canal, 1869, silver medal, 47.60g, by Roty, seated figure left holding torch, receiving a globe from a standing figure, right, map of canal behind, rev. inscription, edge stamped ARGENT, 42mm. (Divo 606), extremely fine

£60-80

AMERIKANSK MYNT 1848

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A COLLECTION OF SILVER MEDALS AND COINS OF NAPOLEON AND HIS FAMILY

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289 (x2) 289

France, Battle of Montenotte, 1796, silver medal by Gayrard and Jeuffroy, 40.30g, uniformed bust of Napoleon right, hair in a queue, GAYRARD F. below, rev. Victory flying over globe, JEUFFROY F. DENON DIR. on exergual line, date below, 40mm. (Hennin 731; J.490; TN.60,2), extremely fine, attractive old toning

£200-250

290 290

France, Liberation of Lombardy and the Foundation of the Cisalpine Republic, 1797, silver medal by Vassallo and Salwirck, 43.86g, ALL. ITALICO, uniformed bust of Napoleon left, hair in a queue, H. VASSALLO. F. on truncation, rev. L’INSUBRIA LIBERA, France, Peace at her side, crowns, with the Cap of Liberty, l’Insubria, who is led by a youth, I.S.F. on exergual line, date below, 48mm. (Ess.710; Hennin 792; J.556; TN.64,1), very fine 75

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France, Peace of Campo Formio, 1797, silver medal, unsigned, 22.81g, ITALICUS, uniformed bust of Napoleon left, hair in a queue, rev. legend above trophy, date below, 40mm. (Hennin 813; Le Maistre -; J.576 9 (tin); TN.65,7), small scratch on edge, very fine, scarce

£100-150

France, Conquest of Egypt, 1798, silver medal by Jouannin and Brenet, 35.32g, head of Napoleon three-quarters left, wreath above, J. JOUANNINF. DENON. D. on truncation, rev. Napoleon in a chariot drawn by two camels, Fame above, L’EGYPTE CONQUISE MDCCXCVIII. in exergue, BRENET F. DENON D. below, 40mm. (Ess.766; Hennin 879, TN.68,11), extremely fine

£150-200

293 293

294

294

France, Napoleon in Egypt, 1799, silver medal, unsigned, 24.43g, NAPILONE BUONAPARTE, uniformed bust turned to left, GENERAL OF THE FRENCH ARMY IN EGYPT below, rev. a camp with cannon and standards, before a pyramid, LANDED AT ALEXANDRIA JULY 2. 1798. MDCCXCIX in exergue, 39mm. (Hennin 847; J.620 bronze, and 621 white metal; TN.69.2), good very fine, very rare

£150-200

France, Napoleon Premier Consul, silver prize medal by Andrieu, 32.54g, BONAPARTE uniformed bust right, ANDRIEU. F. on truncation, rev. a circle of roses, centre plain, edge plain, 42mm. very fine

£100-150

PREMIER CONSUL DE LA RéPUBLIQUE FRSE.,

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France, Place Bellecour at Lyon, 1800, silver medal by Mercié, 45.94g, A BONAPARTE REEDIFICATEUR DE LYON., head of Napoleon left, MERCIE F. LUG. on truncation, rev. legend in 13 lines within oak wreath, 44mm. (Br.58; Ess.844; J.830; TN.78,4), minor rim flaw between 1 and 2 o’clock, extremely fine, scarce WWW.spinK.Com

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296

France, Column in the Place Vendôme, 1800, silver medal by Duvivier, 31.84g, BONAPARTE PREMIER CONSUL, uniformed bust right, legend in four lines below, rev. LE PEUPLE FRANçAIS à SES DéFENSEURS above legend in seven lines, 42mm. (Br.61; Ess.846; J.834; TN.78,6), good very fine

£150-200

297 297

France, Quai Desaix, 1800, silver medal, unsigned, 39.37g, legend both sides, 42mm. (Br.68; J.845; TN.78,8), a spot of rust in the centre of the obverse die and a few scattered light marks on the reverse, good very fine

£100-150

298

298

France, Peace of Luneville, 1801, silver medal by Andrieu, 29.95g, BONAPARTE PREMIER CONSUL DE LA RéPUBLIQUE FRAN.SE, uniformed bust of Napoleon right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, rev. PAIX DE LUNéVILLE, Pax standing holding olive branch and cornucopia, 42mm. (Br.107; Ess.880; J.903; TN.82,2), mount removed, scratch on the reverse, very fine

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France, Peace of Luneville 1801, silver medal by Holtzhey, 28.38g, laureate and uniformed bust of Napoleon right, I.G.H.F. on truncation, rev. VIRTVS GALLORVM TRIVMPHAT, a sprig of olive entwined around the club of Hercules, all within a wreath of laurel and oak, 45mm. (Br.118; Le Maistre -; TN.82,12), extremely fine, scarce

301

300 300

301

£150-200

France, Paris Exchequer, silver jeton, 1801, by H. Auguste, 30.36g, BONAPARTE. PREMIER. CONSUL., uniformed bust left, H.AUGUSTE on truncation, AN. 9. below, rev. AGENS DE CHANGE DE PARIS, view across the Siene towards the Louvre, octagonal 37mm. (Br.173; Ess.944; J.1020; TN.87,8), good very fine

£80-100

France, Peace of Amiens, 1802, silver medal by Droz, 35.88g, BONAPARTE PR. CONSUL head left, DROZ F. on truncatuion, rev. LE RETOUR D’ASTREE, Astrea holding olive branch and scales, edge plain, 40mm. (Br.200; J.1085 bronze; Le Maistre 721; TN.89,10 note), nearly extremely fine

£150-200

DE LA REP. FRAN.,

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France, Public Instruction, 1802, silver medal by Andrieu, 33.19g, head of Napoleon right, 33.19g, ANDRIEU F. below, rev. a Roman youth reading, a palm to the side and a star over his head, DENON DIREXIT ANDRIEU FECIT on his seat, L’AN IV DE BONAPARTE L’INSTRUCTION PUBL. EST ORGANISéE in exergue, 40mm. (Br.214; J.1086; TN.90,7), a light scratch below head, otherwise nearly extremely fine WWW.spinK.Com

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France, Col de Montgenèvre, 1804, silver medal by Auguste, 36.04g, A NAPOLEON BONAPARTE L’EMPEREUR ET LE HEROS DES FRANçAIS, head left, H. AUGUSTE. below, rev. J.G.F. LADOUCHETTE, PREFET, AU NOM DU DéPARTEMENT DES HAUTES ALPES, the obelisk, LE MONT GENEVRE OUVERT 22 GERMINAL AN XII 12 AVRIL MDCCCIV below, 41mm. (Br.298; J.-; TN.96,11), scattered light marks, cleaned, very fine, scarce

304 304

305

£200-300

305

France, Legion d’Honneur, 1804, silver medal by Andrieu and Jaley, 33.92g, laureate head of Napoleon right, ANDRIEU: F. below, rev. AUSPICE NEAPOLEONE GALLIA RENOVATA, badge of the Legion d’Honneur, DENON DIRT. JALEY FT. below, 40mm. (Br.310; Ess.1013; J.1239; TN.1,5), good very fine

£100-150

France, Coronation of Napoleon, 1804, silver medal by Andrieu and Jeuffroy, 33.39g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, DENON DIR. ANDRIEU F. below, rev. LE SENAT ET LE PEUPLE, the Emperor held aloft on a shield, AN XII in exergue, DENON DIR JEUFFROY F below, 40mm. (Br.326; Ess.1021; J.1258; T3,1), good very fine, dark tone

£100-150

306 306

France, Coronation at Milan, 1805, silver medal by Andrieu and Jaley, 38.55g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, DENON DIR. ANDRIEU F. below, rev. NAPOLEON. ROI. D’ITALIE., the Iron Crown of Lombardy, date in exergue, DENON DT. JALEY FT. below, 40mm. (Br.418; Ess.1072; J.1378; TN.7,5), extremely fine

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France, Coronation of Napoleon at Milan, 1805, silver medal by Manfredini, 43.83g, NAPOLEO GALLORVM IMPERATOR ITALIAE REX, laureate head left, L.M. on truncation, rev. VLTRO, Napoleon, togate, crowned by Italia, L.M. on exergual line, D. XXIII MAII A. MDCCCV. in exergue, 42mm. (Br.421; J.1382; TN.7,7; Turr.429), the date weakly struck, about extremely fine

£200-300

308 308

France, The Grand Armeé crosses the Rhine, 1805, silver medal by Droz and Brenet, 36.39g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, DROZ FECIT. on truncation, DENON DIREX M.DCCCVI below, rev. L’EMPEREUR COMMANDE LA GRANDE ARMéE, eagle standing in front of throne, thunderbolt above, BRENET F. DENON D. on exergual line, date below, 40mm. (Br.430; Ess.1081; J.1407; TN.8,13), small die break at point of truncation, extremely fine

£150-200

309

309

France, Ney at Innsbruck, 1805, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 33.44g, laureate head right, DENON DIR. ANDRIEU F. below, rev. Napoleon as a Roman Emperor standing holding satndard and victory, BRENET F. DENON D. at sides, date in exergue, 40mm. (Br.442; Ess.1099; J.1434; TN.9,6), about extremely fine NAPOLEON EMPEREUR,

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France, Capture of Vienna and Pressburg, 1805, silver medal by Manfredini, 44.23g, NAPOLEO. I. GALL. IMP. ITAL. REX. GERMANICVS. RVTHENICUS., helmeted head left, L.M. on truncation, rev. VINDOBONA. CAPTA. ANNO. MCCMV., Austria seated mourning beside a military trophy, L.M.on exergual line, MEDIOLANI below, 42mm. (Br.444; Ess.1102; J.1442; TN.9,8), a few small marks, about extremely fine

£200-300

A curiosity of this medal is the unusual format, in Roman numerals, of the year 1805, in the reverse legend.

311 311

312

312

France, Meeting at Urschütz, 1806, silver medal by Droz and Andrieu, 35.13g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI.., laureate head right, DROZ FECIT on truncation, DENON DIREX. M.DCCCVI. below, rev. the two Emperors meeting, ENTREVUE DE L’EMP. NAPOLEON ET DE L’EMP. FRANçOIS II à URCHITZ LE IV. DéCEMBRE MDCCCV in exergue, ANDRIEU F. DENON D. below, 40mm. (Br.452; J.1455; TN.10,1), nearly extremely fine

£150-200

France, Venice restored to Italy, 1805, silver medal by Droz and Benet, 35.19g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, DROZ FECIT. on truncation, DENON DIREX M.DCCCVI. below, rev. the Rialto bridge, VENISE RENDUE A L’ITALIE XXVI. DéCEMBRE MDCCCV in exergue, BRENET F. DENON D. at sides (Br.460; J.1471; TN.10,7), extremely fine

£150-200

313 313

France, Colonne de la Grand Armée in the place Vendôme, 1805, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 38.82g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. DENON DIRT. below, rev. COLONNE DE LA GRANDE ARMéE, the column, CAMPAGNE DE MDCCCV in exergue, BRENET F. DENON D. below, 40.5mm. (Br.463; Ess.118; J.1482; TN.11,13), extremely fine 81

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France, Ecoles de Medecine, 1805, silver medal by Andrieu and Jouannin, undated, 42.86g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, rev. ECOLES DE MEDECINE., Asclapius and his son Telesphoros, DENON DIREX JOUANNIN in exergue, 41mm. (Br.467; J.1492; TN.TN.11,5), one or two marks, nearly extremely fine

£150-200

315 315

France, Conquest of Istria, 1806, silver medal by Droz and Brenet, 33.73g, NAPOLEON laureate head right, DROZ FECIT., rev. TEMPLE D’AUGUSTE A POLA. the temple of Augustus at Pula in Croatia, BRENET F. DENON D. at sides, L’ISTRIE CONQUISE AN MDCCCVI in exergue, 40mm. (Br.512; Ess.1127; J.1546; TN.13,1), extremely fine

EMP. ET. ROI.,

316 316

317

317

France, Conquest of Dalmatia, 1806, silver medal by Droz and Brenet, 33.86g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, DROZ FECIT on truncation, DENON DIREX MDCCCVI below, rev. TEMPLE DE JUPITER A SPALATRO, view of the temple, BRENET F DENON D at sides, date in exergue, 40mm. (Br.513; J.1550; TN.13,2), extremely fine

£150-200

France, Marriage of the Grand Duke of Baden, 1806, silver medal by Andrieu, 34.94g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, DROZ FECIT on truncation, denon direx mdcccvi below, rev. STEPHANIE NAPOLEON C.F. LOUIS DE BADE, Stephanie and Karl Friedrich Louis of Baden, as Jacob and Rachel, ALLIANCEMDCCCVI in exergue, ANDRIEU F. DENON DT. below, 41mm. (Br.522; Ess.1130; J.1565; TN.13,12), scattered marks on obverse, very fine

£150-200

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France, Battle of Jena, 1806, silver medal by Andrieu, 36.21g, NEAPOLIO IMPERATOR REX., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. below, rev. BORVSSI DIDICERE NVPER, Napoleon, on horseback, trampling fallen foes, eagle above, ANDRIEU F. to left, date in exegue, 41mm. (Br.537; J.1593; TN.14,8), extremely fine

319 319

320

£250-300

320

France, Battle of Jena, 1806, silver medal by Manfredini, 44.05g, NAPOLEO GALL. IMP. ITAL. REX GERM. RVTH. BORVSSICVS, laureate and crowned head right, L.M. on truncation, MEDIOLANI MDCCCVI below, rev. SAXONIA LIBERATA BORVSSIS DELETIS, Jupiter, holding sceptre and thunderbolts, seated on an eagle, 40mm. (Br.539; J.1598; Merseb.4152 (bronze); TN.14,9), cleaned, very fine

£200-300

France, Alliance with Saxony, 1806, silver medal by Andrieu, 36.82g, NAPOLEON EMP. CHARLEMAGNE EMP., heads right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, DENON DIR. below, rev. VITIKIND. R. S. FREDERIC. AUG. R.S., heads right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, DENON DIR. below, 40mm. (Br.551; Ess.1149; J.1621; TN.15,1), some edge marks, good very fine

£150-200

321 321

France, Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel, 1806, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 37.05g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. DENON DIRT. below, rev. the Arc de Triomphe, AUX ARMES MDCCCVI in exergue, BRENET F. FONTAINE ARC. DENON D. below, 41mm. (Br.557; Ess.1156; J.1630; TN.16,10), some edge bumps, nearly extremely fine 83

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322 (x1.5)

322

France, the Franch Army crosses the Vistula, 1807, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 37.61g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. DENON DIRT. below, rev. the Nymph of the Vistula sadly reclining, a French Eagle planted at her side, DENON D. to left, BRENET F. on exergual line, SIGNIS VLTRA VISTVLAM CONSTITVTIS MDCCCVII. below, 40.5mm. (Br.620; Ess.1160; J.1714; TN.19,1), a small mark on edge at 1 o’clock, good very fine

323 323

324

£200-250

324

France, Battle of Eylau, 1807, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 35.46g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. DENON DIRT. below, rev. VICTORIAE MANENTI, Napoleon, in the pose of Diomedes holding the Palladium, BRENET below, date in exergue, 40.5mm. (Br.628; Ess.1163; J.1728; TN.19,6), extremely fine

£250-300

France, Battle of Eylau, 1807, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 37.54g, NAPOLEON laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. below, rev. VICTORIAE MANENTI, Napoleon, in the pose of Diomedes holding the Palladium, DENON D to left, BRENET below, date in exergue, 40.5mm. (Br.628; Ess.1163; J.1728; TN.19,6), a later striking, extremely fine

£100-150

EMP. ET ROI.,

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325 325

326

France, Battle of Friedland, 1807, silver medal by Andrieu and Galle, 36.17g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU. F. on truncation, rev. Napoleon as a Greek warrior, sheathing his sword, GALLE F. to right, date in exergue, 41mm. (Br.632; Ess.1165; J.1736; TN.19,9), about extremely fine France, Peace of Tilsit, 1807, silver medal by Andrieu and Droz, 36.90g,

NAPOLEON

ALEXANDER I F. GUILLAUME III, three heads right, ANDRIEU F. DENON DIRT. NIEMEN, river god reclining beside an olive tree, DENON D. DROZ F and date

below, rev. in exergue,

41mm. (Br.640; Diakov 312.1; J.1756; TN.20,1), extremely fine

£150-200

£250-300

327

327 (x1.5)

327

France, Peace of Tilsit between France and Russia, 1807, silver medal by ‘D’, 39.60g, laureate head of Napoleon left, D on truncation, rev. Napoleon, holding a sword entwined with olive, and Tsar Alexander I holding scales, standing holding globe between them, Fame above, lion holding shield between them, 41mm. (Br.647; Diakov 312.4 (R3); Le Maistre -; TN.20,9), extremely fine, scarce 85

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329

France, Napoleon at Dresden 1807, silver medal by Hoeckner, 24.01g, bust of Napoleon right, HOE. F. on truncation, rev. bust of Friedrich August of Saxony left, HOEKNER. F. below, 40mm. (Br.654; Ess.1180; J.1776; TN.21,3), a faint scratch on obverse, good very fine

£100-150

France, Creation of the Kingdom of Westphalia, 1807, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 37.05g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, DENON DIRT. below, rev. INJECIT TANDEM FRENA VAGANTI, naked youth beside the galloping horse of Westphalia, date in exergue, BRENET F. DENON D. below, 40mm. (Br.660; J.1787; TN.21,7), lightly brushed, now begining to tone on the obverse, nearly extremely fine

£200-250

330 330

France, Marriage of Jérôme Napoleon and Catherine of Württemberg, 1807, silver medal by Andrieu, 37.10g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, rev. Hymen, seated, making a garland of roses handed to him by Cupid, ANDRIEU F. DENON DD on exergual line, in exergue a radiate N with J. NAPOLEON C. DE WURTEMBERG. above and MDCCCVII. below, 40mm. (Br.662; Ess.1185; J.1794 var.; TN.21,9), extremely fine

£200-300

331 331

France, Victories of the Year 1807, silver medal by Andrieu and Jaley, 35.20g, laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. DENON DIR. below, rev. eagle on thunderbolt, small Victory holding wreath above, DENON DDT. JALEY FT. 1807 below, 41mm. (Br.674; 1815; TN.22,50, light marks on Emperor’s cheek, otherwise nearly extremely fine NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI.,

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332 (x1.5) 332

France, The Simplon Pass, 1807, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 36.00g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F.below, rev. personification of the Simplon as a bearded ‘man of the mountains’, 1807 low left and BR at far left, SIMPLON in exergue, 41mm. (Br.688; Ess.1201; J.1841; TN.23,12), extremely fine

£250-300

333 333

Italy, Kingdom of Napoleon, silver prize medal by Manfredini, 68.98g,

NAPOLEO

GALLORVM IMPERATOR ITALIAE REX, helmeted head left, L.M. on truncation, wreath, centre blank, edge engraved FESTA NAPOLEONE 15 AGOSTO 1807, very fine,

rev. oak very rare

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France, Entry of the French into Madrid, 1808, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 38.09g, NAPOLEON EMP ET ROI, laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, DENON DIR. below, rev. PORTE DE ALCALA, view of the Alcala, the northern gate into Madrid, date in exergue, BRENET F. and DENON D. below, 41mm. (Br.757; J.1946; TN.27,11), some light scuffs but nearly extremely fine

£200-250

335 335

France, Battle of Wagram, 1809, silver medal by Andrieu and Galle, 36.30g, NAPOLEON laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, rev. Hercules, Victory at his side, clubs a fallen giant, BATAILLE DE WAGRAM VI JUILLET MDCCCIX. in exergue, DENON D. GALLE F. below, 41mm. (Br.860; Ess.1242; J.2107; TN.32,13), small export mark (weevil) punched on edge above head, otherwise about extremely fine EMP. ET ROI.,

£150-200

336

336

France, Victories of the Year 1809, silver medal by Manfredini, 43.99g, NAPOLEO MAGNVS GAL. IMP. IT. REX P.F. AVG. INVICTVS, crowned head right, L. MANFREDINI F. below, rev. HOSTIBVS VBIQVE FVSIS CAESIS CAPTIS, Victory advancing right, holding thunderbolt and palm branch, MDCCCIX in exergue, 42mm. (Br.862; 2111; TN.32,15), cleaned and now toned, about extremely fine

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France, Marriage of Napoleon and Marie-Louise, 1810, silver medal by Manfredini, 43.56g, heads right, MANFREDINI F below, rev. SAEVUM PROCUL MARTEM FELIX TEDA RELEGAT, Hymen repulsing Mars, M.F. on exergual line and date below, 43mm. (Br.961; Ess.1294; J.2273; TN.39,10 var.), very fine

£150-200

The medallist has misquoted the poet Claudian, and TEDA should of course be TAEDA.

338 338

339

339

France, Ecole de Dessin de Lyon, silver medal by Chavanne, 39.93g, NAPOLEON EMPEREVR, laureate head left, CHAVANNE F. below, rev. L’ECOLE IMPERIALE DE DESSIN DE LYON around wreath, CONSERVAT. DES ARTS below, 41mm. (Br.1067), the centre engraved CLASSE DES FLEVRS 1E DIVISION 2E PRIX DECERNé à E. CHAMEAV M.D.CCC.XIII, some edge bruising, good very fine

£100-150

France, Battle of Moscow, 1812, silver medal by Andrieu and Jeuffroy, 36.63g, laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, rev. French hussar forcing a Russian redoubt, JEUFFROY F. DENON D. at sides, BATAILLE DE LA MOSCOWA VII SEPTEMBRE M.DCCCXII in exergue, 41mm. (Br.1162; Ess.1370 bronze; J.2526; TN.53,6), a later striking, good very fine

£100-150

NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI.,

340 340

France, Napoleon at Moscow, 1812, silver medal by Andrieu and Brenet, 38.20g, NAPOLEON EMP ET ROI, laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, rev. ENTRéE A MOSCOU, view of the Kremlin, the French Eagle on the ramparts, BR. F to left and DE.D to right, date below, 40mm. (Br.1164; Ess.1372; J.2532; TN.53), a later striking, harshly cleaned, very fine 89

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341 (x1.5) 341

France, the French Army on the Volga, 1812, silver medal by Andrieu and Michaut, 37.93g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, rev. river god in flight at the arrival of the French Eagle, DENON D. MICHAUT F. at sides, date in exergue, 40.5mm. (Br.1166; J.2537; TN.53,11), a light scuff in obverse field, otherwise about extremely fine

£200-300

342

342

France, Battle of Lutzen, 1813, silver medal by Depaulis and Brenet, 33.25g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., uniformed bust right, laurel above, DENON. D. DEPAULIS. F. below, rev. the Prussian and Russian cavalry retire before the advancing French infantry, BRENET on exergue, date below, 41mm. (Br.1229; Ess.1397; J.2627; TN.57,9), small marks on edge, die cracks and a few spots on the reverse, good very fine

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France, Battle of Wurtchen, 1813, silver medal by Depaulis and Brenet, 35.40g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., uniformed bust right, laurel above, DENON. D. DEPAULIS. F. below, rev. INFANTERIE FRANCAISE BATAILLE DE WURTCHEN, a stand of rifles and banners, date and BRENET F. DENON D. in exergue, 41mm. (Br.1232; Ess.1400; J,2635; TN.57,10), die break at edge below bust, a hairline in reverse field otherwise extremely fine

£200-250

344 344

France, Napoleon Emperor, silver prize medal by Dumarest, 82.69g, NAPOLEON I EMPEREUR DES FRANçAIS ROI D’ITALIE., laureate head left, DUMAREST F. below, rev. CULTURE DU TABAC PERFECTIONNéE DANS LE DéPARTMANT D’ILLE ET VILLAINE EN 1813 engraved in six lines within a wreath of olive, edge plain, 49mm., very fine, very rare

£150-200

345

345

France, Capitulation of Paris, 1814, silver medal by Depaulis and Brenet, 35.45g, laureate head right, ANDRIEU F. on truncation, rev. Fortune standing in a boat, contrary winds in her sails, BRENET.F. DENON.D. at sides, FORTUNE ADVERSE MARS MDCCCXIV in exergue, 41mm. (Br.1365; Ess.1446; J.2854; TN.60,9), cleaned, very fine NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI.,

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France, Abdication of Napoleon, 1814, silver medal by Depaulis and Brenet, 37.85g, NAPOLEON EMP. ET ROI., uniformed bust right, laurel above, DENON. D. DEPAULIS. F. below, rev. Napoleon, a fury at his side, signs his abdication, DENON D. to right, date and BRENET F. in exergue, 41mm. (Br.1385 diam. var.; J.2887 diam. var.; TN.61,5), extremely fine, the reverse dull

347 347

348

348

France, Napoleon taken aboard H.M.S. Bellerophon, 1814, silver medal by Webb and Brenet, 35.11g, NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, uniformed bust right, MUDIE DIR WEBB F below, rev. H.M.S. Bellerophon sailing left, date in exergue, BRENET F MUDIE D. below, 41mm., number 37 in the Mudie series (Br.1691; Ess.1627; J.3430; TN.67,2), some marks around the rime, about extremely fine

£200-250

France, Napoleon and Hannibal, 1815, silver medal by Andrieu, 37.40g, NAPOELON, head right, ANDRIEU. F. on truncation, rev. ANNIBAL, head left, DENON. D. below, 40mm. (Br.1692; J,3432 bronze; TN.67,3), good very fine

£100-150

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France, Napoleon on St Helena, 1815, silver medal by Webb and Mills, 38.43g, NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, uniformed bust right, MUDIE DIR. WEBB F. below, rev. Napoleon seated in despair, the winged figure of History kneeling before him, Fame flying above, MUDIE D. MILLS F. at sides, NAPOLEON AT ST HELENA in exergue, 41mm. (Br.1710; BHM.891; J3453; TN.67,10), some bruising on the edge, good very fine

£100-150

350

350

France, Prince Napoleon, 1855, silver medal by Barre, 49.24g, S.A.I. LE PRINCE NAPOLEON, head right, ALBERT BARRE below, rev. CAMPAGNE D’ORIENT 1854 ALMA. INKERMAN, crowned french eagle, EXPOSITION UNIVLLE. DE 1855 below, edge stamped ARGENT, 45mm., good very fine

£80-120

351 351

352

France, Napoleon, Consul (1799-1804), 5-Francs, an XI A, Paris, head right, rev. value in wreath (Dav.82; Gad.577; KM.650.1), good very fine

£200-250

France, Napoleon, Emperor (1804-14), 5-Francs, an 12 A, Paris, head right, rev. value in wreath (Dav.83; Gad.579; KM.660.1), cleaned, very fine

£100-150

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355

France, Napoleon, Emperor (1804-14), 5-Francs, 1807 L, Bayonne, head right, rev. value in wreath (Dav.83; Gad.581; KM.673.8), very fine

£100-150

France, Napoleon, Emperor (1804-14), 5-Francs, 1808 B, Rouen, laureate head right, rev. value in wreath (Dav.84; Gad.583; KM.686.2), about very fine

£60-80

France, Napoleon, Emperor (1804-14), 5-Francs, 1812 W, Lille, head right, rev. value in wreath (Dav.83; Gad.584; KM.694.16), good very fine

£60-80

356 356

357

357

France, Napoleon, The Hundred Days (20 March - 22 June 1815), 5-Francs, 1815, I, Limoges, head right, rev. value in wreath (Dav.85; Gad.595; KM.707.4), dark tone, very fine

£100-150

Germany, Westphalia, Jerome Napoleon (1807-13), Taler, 1812 C, Cassel, laureate head right, value (AKS.9; Dav.933; Kahnt 561; Thun 413), good very fine

£150-200

358 358

359

Italy, Kingdom of Napoleon (1805-14), 5-Lire, 1808 M, Milan, head right, rev arms (Dav.202; KM.10.4; Mont.218), good very fine

£100-150

Italy, Kingdom of Napoleon (1805-14), 5-Lire, 1811 M, Milan, head right, rev arms (Dav.202; KM.10.4; Mont.224), very fine

£50-60

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361

361

Italy, Lucca and Piombino, Elisa Bonaparte and Felice Baiocchi (1805-14), 5-franchi, 1807, busts right, rev. value in wreath (Dav.203; KM.24; MIR.244/3; Pag.253), about extremely fine

£200-250

Italy, Naples and Sicily (Campania), Joseph Bonaparte (1806-08), 120-Grani, 1808, head left, rev. arms (Dav.165; Mont.408; Pag.43), small metal flaw on obverse, good very fine

£250-350

362 362

Italy, Naples and Sicily (Campania), Gioacchino Murat (1808-15), 12-Carlini, 1810. head left, rev. value in wreath (Dav.166 B; MIR.434; Pag.46c), adjustment marks on reverse, very fine

363

363

364

£400-500

364

Italy, Naples and Sicily (Campania), Gioacchino Murat (1808-15), 5-Lire, 1813, head right, rev. arms (Dav.167; Mont.488), good very fine

£250-350

Italy, Parma, Maria Louisa (1815-47), 5-Lire, 1815, bust left, rev. arms (Dav.204; MIR.1093/1; Pag.9), very fine

£100-150

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366

Italy, Subalpine Republic (1801-02), 5-Francs, an 10, allegorical figures, rev. value in wreath (Dav.197; Mont.10; Pag.6), good very fine

£80-120

Netherlands, Kingdom of Holland, Louis Napoleon (1806-10), Rixdollar, 1808, Utrecht, knight standing, rev. crowned shield (Dav.225; Schul.123a), good very fine

£150-200

367

367

Netherlands, Kingdom of Holland, Louis Napoleon (1806-10), 50-Stuivers, 1808, head right, rev. crowned shield (Dav.228; Schul.149), nearly extremely fine

£200-250

368

368

Spain, Joseph Napoleon (1808-14), 20-Reales, 1809 AI, Madrid, head left, rev. crowned shield (CC.17392; Dav.308; KM.551.2), good very fine

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369 369 (x1.5) 369

France, Philip VI (1328-50), écu d’or à la chaise, 1ère émission, king enthroned holding sword and shield, rev. cross in quadrilobe (Ci.282; Dup.249; F.270; Laf.262), edge smoothed from a mount, but good very fine

£400-500

370 370 (x1.5)

370

France, Avignon, Urban VIII (1623-44), Quadrupla, 13.15g, 1639, bust right, rev. shield (B.1787; F.59; M.205; Ser.841/633a), trace of mount, very fine

£2,500-3,500

371 371 (x1.5)

371

France, Avignon, Urban VIII (1623-44), Quadrupla, 13.32g, 1640, bust right, rev. shield (B.1787; F.59; M.204a; Ser.842/633b), nearly extremely fine 97

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France, Avignon, Urban VIII (1623-44), Quadrupla, 13.21g, 1641, bust right, rev. shield (B.1787; F.59; M.206), nearly extremely fine

£3,000-4,000

374 374 (x1.5)

373 373

374

375

France, Louis XIV (1643-1715), Louis d’or aux insignes, 1705 A, Paris, laureate head right, rev. crossed sceptres, crowned lis in angles, réformation (Ci.1808; Dup.1446A; F.439), extremely fine

£800-1,000

France, Napoleon, Coronation 1804, small gold coronation medal by Denon and Jeuffroy, an XIII (1804), NAPOLEON - EMPEREUR, laureate head right, DEN JEUFF below, rev. LE SENAT ET LE PEUPLE, Roman senator and soldier holding Napoleon on a shield, book to left, ploughshare to right, D AN XIII J., in exergue, plain edge, 13 mm, 1.98g (Br.330), about extremely fine

£180-220

France, Napoleon (1804-14), Franc, 1806 A, Paris, bare head right, rev. value in wreath (KM.672.1), good very fine

£60-80

377

376 g376

377

g378

France, Louis Philippe I (1830-48), Paris, 20-Francs, 1831 A, head left, rev. value in wreath (F.553; KM.746.1), scratch behind head, otherwise very fine

£200-250

France, Second Republic (1848-52), 50-Centimes, 1852 A, head of Napoleon III left, rev. value in wreath (Gad.111; KM.793; VG 3317), extremely fine

£80-100

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1855 A, Paris, head right, hand below, rev. arms (F.569; Gad.1135; KM.786.1), slight bruise on edge at 5 o’clock, very fine

£650-750

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379 g379

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1856 A, Paris, head right, rev. arms (F.569; Gad.1135; KM.786.1), good very fine

£650-750

380

g380

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1857 A, Paris, head right, rev. arms (F.569; Gad.1135; KM.786.1), good very fine

£650-750

381

g381

g382

g383

g384

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1858 A, Paris, head right, rev. arms (F.569; Gad.1135; KM.786.1), nearly extremely fine

£650-750

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1859 BB, Rouen, head right, rev. arms (F.570; Gad.1135; KM.786.2), very fine

£650-750

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1864 A, Paris, laureate head right, rev. arms (F.580; Gad.1136; KM.802.1), very fine

£650-750

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1867 A, Paris, laureate head right, rev. arms (F.580; Gad.1136; KM.802.1), very fine

£650-750

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385 g385

g386

g387

388

389

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1867 BB, Rouen, laureate head right, rev. arms (F.581; Gad.1136; KM.802.2), good very fine

£650-750

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1868 A, Paris, laureate head right, rev. arms (F.580; Gad.1136; KM.802.1), very fine

£650-750

France, Napoleon III (1852-70), 100-Francs, 1869 BB, Rouen, laureate head right, rev. arms (F.581; Gad.1136; KM.802.2), scattered marks on obverse, very fine

£650-750

France, Second Republic (1848-51), 5-Francs (2), 1849 A, Paris, standing figures (Dav.92; Gad.683; KM.756.1), nearly extremely fine, 1850 A, head of Ceres left (Dav.93; Gad.719; KM.76.1), very fine (2)

£50-60

France, 5-Francs (6), 1852 A (2), good very fine and fine, 1855 A, nearly extremely fine, 1868 BB, good fine, 1870 A, obverse stamped SEDAN, and 1870 A, a Prussian helmet engraved over the head of Napoleon III (6)

£150-200

390 390

g391

391

Germany, Augsburg, Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden (1632-34), Ducat, 1632, laureate, draped and armoured bust three-quarters right, rev. crowned oval arms (Ahl.3a; F.113; Forster 235; Hagander 88), tiny cut on edge at 6 o’clock, otherwise good very fine

£1,200-1,500

Germany, Baden, Friedrich I (1852-1907), 20-Mark, 1874, head left, rev. crowned eagle (F.3753; KM.262), very fine

£400-500

392 392 (x1.5) 392

393

Germany, Bavaria, Ludwig I (1825-48), Rhine gold Ducat, 1830, head right, LUDOVICVS I BAVARIAE REX, rev. view of Speyer across the river Rhine (F.275; KM.758), tiny mark on edge possibly from a mount, hairlines, good very fine

£2,000-2,500

Germany, Brunswick, Georg III (1760-1820), Gulden or 24-Mariengroschen, 1798 crowned shield, rev. value and date (KM.341; Wel.2817), good very fine, toned

£60-80

PLM,

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Germany, Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Friedrich Ulrich (1613-34), Taler, 1622, wildman standing, rev. crowned shield (Dav.6303; Welter 1057A), very fine

£150-200

395 395

Germany, Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Augustus II ‘der Jüngere’ (1635-66), 11⁄ 2 Reichstaler, 1662, Zellerfeld, August on horseback right, value in stamp below, rev. helms above shield (Dav.LS75; Duve 6; KM.450.3; Welter 773), good very fine

£600-800

396 396

397

Germany, Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Rudolph August (1666-85), Taler, 1680 RB, helms over complex arms, rev. wildman holding branches of tree which divides R-B (Dav.6379; KM.502), good very fine, some lustre under old toning

£150-200

Germany, Eisleben, silver medal for the Shooting Festival 1899, uniformed bust of Wilhelm II right, rev. view of the Lutherdenkmal, 39mm., extremely fine

£60-80

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399

Germany, Frankfurt, city coinage with the name of Maximilian I, Goldgulden, 3.25g, 1499, MO’ NO’ FRANCR. 1499, St John standing holding lamb, shield of Weinsberg at his feet, rev. MAXIMILIANVS. ROMA’ REX, orb in quatrefoil (F.941), good very fine

£200-300

Germany, Fulda, Adelbert II von Walderdorf (1757-59), Taler, 1796, (Dav.2264; KM.150), edge crack at 10 o’clock, otherwise about extremely fine with some lustre

£300-350

400 400

Germany, Hamburg, Wedding Double-Taler, 57.86g., undated (17th century), QUOS DEUS CONIUNXIT HOMO NON SEPARET, Christ blessing a couple, rev. IESUS CHRIST MACHET WASSER ZU WEINN IN CANA GAL IOH II, the wedding feast at Canan, Christ and his Mother at left, the bride and groom in the centre, the host standing to right raising a glass, six wine jars on the floor, and a dog in front, 64mm. (cf Gaedechens II, p.144, no.3 - similar scene but without the dog on the reverse), marks on the edge where removed from a mount, very fine, an interesting variety with a dog on the reverse

£400-600

401 g401

Germany, Hesse-Darmstadt, Ernst Ludwig (1892-1918), 20-Mark, 1893, young head left, rev. crowned eagle (F.3793; KM.367), very fine WWW.spinK.Com

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403

Germany, Köln (Cologne), Ruprecht Pfalzgraf bei Rhein (1463-80), Goldgulden, 3.29g, undated, **ROPERTVS AREPI’ CO’**, Christ enthroned, holding gospel, shield of Köln/Pfalz below, rev. + MONE’ NOVA* AVREA* RILEN~, four shields of Köln/Pfalz, Pfalz/Bayern, Mainz and Trier (F.800), very fine

£200-300

Germany Nassau, Wilhelm (1816-39) Taler, 1836, head right, rev. crowned shield with supporters (Dav.743; KM.54), about very fine

£60-70

404 405 x404

x405

x406

Germany, Ostfriesland (East Frisia), Edzard I the Great (1491-1528), Goldgulden, 3.01g, undated, Emden, with titles of Freidrich III, EDZARD* EOEOIEN’ PHRI’, St John standing holding lamb, rev. FREDRIC* ROMANORV IMPE’, orb in quatrefoil (F.873), flat in places, possibly from a mount, very fine

£200-300

Germany, Saxony, Friedrich August III (1763-1806), Thaler, 1765 IEC, draped cuirassed bust right, rev. cap over shield between branches (Dav.2682; KM.983), extremely fine

£200-300

Germany, Kingdom of Saxony, 2 Neu-Groschen, 1866B, arms, rev. value (KM.1220), about uncirculated, Prussia, Wilhelm I (1861-88), Coronation Taler, 1861, crowned busts right, rev. eagle (KM.488), uncirculated, Finland, Grand Duchy, Markka, 1907L, Imperial eagle, rev. value within wreath (KM.3.1), extremely fine (3)

£100-140

407

407

Germany, Saxe-Albertine, Johann Georg I (1615-56), Taler, 1656, armoured halflength bust right, holding sword and helmet, rev. helms over complex arms (Dav.7612; KM.425), some marks on edge, otherwise good very fine 103

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Germany, Saxe-Ernestine, Johann der Beständige and Georg (1525-30), Taler, Annaberg, bust of Johann right, holding sword, rev. bust of Georg left (Dav.9717; Schnee 51), very fine

410

409 409

410

£300-400

Germany, Schwarzburg-Sonderhausen, Karl Günther (1880-1909), 2-Marks, 1905, head right, thin rim, rev. crowned sagle (J.169a; KM.152), rubbed on the highpoints and tiny mark in front of face but uncirculated, with lustre under toning

£100-150

Germany, Silesia-Leignitz-Brieg, Three Brothers, Georg, Ludwig and Christian (1639-63), Ducat, 1661, the brothers half-length facing, rev. helms over oval shield (F.3200; KM.401), small old scrape across orb before legend on obverse, probably when removed from a mount, good very fine

£400-500

411 411

412

413

Germany, Württemberg, Wilhelm I (1816-64), Kronentaler, 1833 D, ‘Handelsfreiheit’ (free trade), head right, rev. standing figure, river god to left, cornucopia to right (Dav.955; J.55; KM.570), adjustment marks on obverse, extremely fine

£200-250

Germany, Württemberg, Wilhelm I (1816-64), Vereinstaler, 1857, head left, rev. arms with supporters (Dav.959; J.83), about uncirculated

£200-250

Germany gold baptismal medal or ‘Ducat’, 3.48g, IESUS IMMANUEL, Christ Child standing holding orb, rev. legend in nine lines, LASSET DIE KINDLEIN..., 22mm., extremely fine

£150-200

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415

Germany, Westphalia, Notgeld, 5-Mark, 1921, tombac, head left, rev. horse (J.N12), about extremely fine, scarce

£200-250

Germany, Weimar Republic, proof 3-Mark, 1930 A, Rhineland, eagle, rev. shield (J.345), small spot on obverse but uncirculated with some brilliance

£120-140

416 417 416

417

Germany, Federal Republic, 5-Marks, 1952 D, Nurnberg Museum commemorative, value over stylised eagle, rev. 5th century eagle-brooch (KM.113), extremely fine

£200-250

German New Guinea, 5-Mark, 1894 A, value and date in wreath, rev. bird of paradise (Dav.429; J.707), some old dirt due to bad storage, but lustre visible beneath, extremely fine

£500-600

418 419 418

419

German New Guinea, 10-Pfennig, 1894 A, value and date in wreath, rev. bird of paradise (J.703), one or two tiny spots but good extremely fine with lustre

£100-150

Greece, Acclamation of Otto of Bavaria as King of the Hellenes, 1822, bronze medal by K Lagge, head right, rev. youthful King, armoured retainer behind, greeting Greek patriots Bozaris, Mavrokordatos and Kolokotronis in national costume, 44mm. (Forrer III, 270), extremely fine, rare

£600-800

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420

Greece, Otto I, Accession, 1832, silver medal by C. Voight, head right, rev. GRAECIA Hellas seated on prow, 41mm. (Divo 10, fig A), some marks, good very fine, rare in silver

£800-1,000

Commemorative Medals concerning Greece (3), Accession of Otto I, 1832, bronze medal by K Lange, head right, rev. Hellas seated left (Divo 10, fig A), extremely fine, Constitution given to the Ionian Islands, 1817, white metal by Mudie, 41 mm. (Eimer 1094; BHM 958), reverse deposits, good very fine, University of Athens Benefactors, 1837, bronze, 44 mm., bust of Otto I left, rev. University building, marks, very fine (3)

£160-200

REDIVIVA,

421

422 422

Intermediary Olympic Games, Athens 1906, gilt-bronze Participant’s Medal, by N. Lytras and W. Pittner, Victory seated with phoenix, the Acropolis in the background, rev. legend in four lines within wreath, date in tablet, 50mm. (Gad.2), edge knocks, gilt lost, very fine

£80-120

423

423

Hungary, Wladislaw I Jagello (1440-44), Ducat, 3.54g, Hermannstadt, undated, shield, rev. king standing holding axe and orb, dividing H-I (F.13; Huszár 597; Pohl F13), removed from jewellery, fine WWW.spinK.Com

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424

1

Hungary, Ludwig II (1516-26), 1 ⁄ 4 -Schautaler, 1525, Kremnitz, 36.62g., LVDOVICVS DEI GRACIA HVNGARIE DALMACIA CROACIA REX, Ludwig, in full armour, on horseback left, KREMNICZ BERNHART BECHEM in field, rev. MARCHIO MORAVIA DVX LVCENBVRGENSIS ET SILESIA MDXXV, seven small shields around crown over two shields and LM (CNH 302; Harsányi 3; Huszár/Procopius 11), usual cleaning in obverse field, good very fine

£3,000-4,000

425 425 (x1.5) 425

Hungary, Siebenburgen, city of Kronstadt (1612-15), Groschen, 1615, 1.3g, GROSS 1615, city arms, rev. DEVS PROTECTOR NOSTER, eagle (Huszar 301; Resch type 32), extremely fine, scarce CIVITA BRASSO

£500-600

426 426

Italy, Bologna, bronze medal, 1731, by Ferdinand de Saint Urbain, draped and armoured bust of Count Luigi Ferdinando Marsigli (1658-1730), rev. NIHIL MIHI, radiant sun above city, 60mm. (Forrer 312, no. 87), pierced at 12 o’clock, good very fine 107

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427

Italy, Correggio, Camillo (1597-1605), Ducat or Ungaro, undated, ruler standing, *CAMIL *AVST* - *CORR *COMES*, rev. *TV *NOS *AB *** HOSTES* PROTECE*, crowned Madonna seated, holding child (CNI IX, 47, 27ff.; F.223), small marks on edge, and edge weak between 6 and 8 o’clock, good very fine, scarce

£1,500-2,000

428 428 (x1.5)

x428

Italy, Genoa, Pietro di Campofregoso, Doge XXVI (1450-58), Ducato, 3.43g, + P : C : DVX : IANVEN : XXVI :, castle in tressure of eight arcs, rev. + : CONRADVS : REX : ROMANOR : D :, cross in tressure of eight arcs (B.921; CNI.134,7; F.377; Lun.97; MIR.93), very fine, rare

£1,200-1,400

429 429 (x1.5)

429

Italy, Genoa, Francesco Sforza, Duke of Milan and Lord of Genoa (1464-66), Genevino d’oro, 3.41g, F S DVX MEDIOLANI D IAN, castle gateway in tressure of eight arcs, viper of Milan (biscione) above, rev. CONRADUX REX ROMANO T, cross in tressure of eight arcs (F.381; MIR.111), some tiny marks, possibly from a mount, good very fine

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Italy, Genoa, Louis XII (1498-1515), Ecu d’or au soleil, 3.36g, +: LVD: DEI: GRACIA: FRANCISCOR: REX; Z: IANVE D, crowned shield, rev. +: XPS; VINCIT: XPS: REGNAT: XPS; IMPERAT: AC., cross fleury (Ci.1042; Dup.750; F.405; Laf.-), good very fine

£1,500-2,000

431 431 (x1.5) 431

Italy, Genoa, 12-Lire, 1794, crowned shield, rev. Madonna and Child (F.447; MIR.282/1), small marks on edge probably from a mount, good very fine, extremely rare

£3,000-4,000

432 432

Italy, Lucca and Piombino, Felice and Elisa (1805-14), 5-Fanchi, 1805, conjoined heads right, rev. value in wreath (CNI XI,1; Gig.1; Pag.251), some scattered marks, about extremely fine, some lustre under toning

£250-300

433 433

Italy, Milan, Francesco II, Crocione, 1800, laureate head right, M below, rev. crossed staves, crowns in angles (Dav.1390; KM.246; MIR.476/4 - R5; Pag.5a), adjustment marks on reverse, good very fine, very rare 109

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435

Italy, Naples, Charles V (1519-56), Scudo d’oro, 3.37g, undated, CAROLV V IMPERATOR, complex shield on crowned double-headed eagle, rev. cross tipped with flames and crowns (CNI.172; F.836), areas of flatness probably from a mount, very fine

£400-500

Italy, Naples, Philip III (1598-1621), Half-Scudo, 1617, bust in high ruff right, sigla IC/C behind, rev. eagle (CNI VIII,1; MIR 201 - R3), about very fine, rare

£500-600

436

436

Italy, Naples, Gioacchino Murat (1808-15), 40-Lire, 1813, head left, rev. value in wreath (F.859; KM.266; Pag.55), usual areas of weakness around rims, very fine

£400-500

438 437

437

438

Italy, Naples, Gioacchino Murat (1808-15), 5-Lire, 1813, head right, rev. crowned arms (Dav.167; KM.259; Mont.484), small metal flaw over IE on reverse and some other scattered metal weakness, otherwise extremely fine

£1,000-1,500

Italy, Naples, Gioacchino Murat (1808-15), 2-Lire, 1813, head right, rev. value in wreath (KM.258; Pag.60), extremely fine

£600-800

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440

440

Italy, Parma and Piacenza, Maria Luigia (1815-47), 5-Lire, 1815, head left, rev crowned shield (Dav.204; KM.C30; Pag.5), hairlines on lustrous surfaces, nearly extremely fine

£800-1,000

Italy, Piedmont Republic, Mezzo Scudo, 17.60g, anno VII (1799), value in wreath, rev. standing figure holding fasces and cap on pole (KM.C2; Pag.1), cleaned, very fine

£800-1,000

441

441

Italy, Pisa, Cosimo de’Medici, Tallero, 1620, crowned, armoured bust right, holding sceptre, rev. crowned shield (CNI.11; Dav.4195; Mont.488/11), good very fine

£400-500

442

442

Italy, Rome, Paul V (1605-20), Quadrupla, 12.98g, anno III, bust left, rev. St Paul seated, a closed book on his knee, the shield of Primi at his feet (B.1537; CNI.136; F.100; M.2), edge split at 7 o’clock, very fine, very rare

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443

444

Italy, Rome, Clement IX (1667-69), Restoration of the Ponte San Angelo, bronze medal by Charles Jean François Chéron, bust right wearing camauro, mozetta and stole, signed F. CHERON F on truncation, rev. AELIO PONTE EXORNATO, view of the bridge, Fame flying above, river god reclining below, 96mm. (Bonnani II, 705, 14; Clifford 199; Lincoln 1281; Weber 196), small hole on edge at 12 o’clock, a good contemporary cast, good very fine, dark patina

£400-500

Italy, Rome, Pius IX (1846-78), silver medal, year XXVII, rev. Santa Maria Maggiore (Mont.58), scattered marks, about extremely fine

£50-60

445 446 x445

446

Italy, Sardinia, Vittorio Amadeo III (1773-96), Mezza Doppia, 4.51g, 1794, head left, rev. shield on eagle, crown above, collar below (F.1121; KM.C65; MIR.984g), marks on edge and flan split, fine

£200-300

Italy, Sardinia, Vittorio Emanuele II (1849-61), 5-Lire, 1852, Genoa, head right, rev. crowned shield, P and anchor below (Gig.34; KM.144.2; Pag.374), good very fine

£300-400

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447 (x2)

447

Italy, Savoy, Charles II (1504-53), Ducato, 3.46g, undated (c.1504-07), Chambéry, + KAROLVS. DVX. SABAVD. P:K, cuirassed bust of the youthful Charles, with cap and long hair, right, PC for Pietro Balligny, rev. + IN. TE. DOMINE. CONFIDO., shield dividing FE-RT in quadrilobe (Biagi 280 var. R10: CNI VIII, 136 var.; F.1034; Morosini 4a; Simoneti 6 var.), very fine, one of only two or possibly three known Morosini (writing in 1984), noted one example, sold in a Leu-Hesse auction in 1970, now in a private collection. This second example appeared in the Numismatica Genevensis auction 3 (30 November 2004, lot 756), where it sold for the hammer price of CHF 81,000. Friedberg notes ‘three known’, but we do not have any knowledge of a third example.

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Italy, Sicily, Manfredi (1258-66), gold Tari, 1.08g, Manfredonia (?) undated, eagle, head turned back to right, cross to left, rev. cross with globe on stem which terminates in the form of a M (F.-; Sphar 190 R), good very fine, extremely rare

£1,000-1,200

449 449

Italy, Sicily, Charles III (1720-34), Oncia da 30-Tari, 1732, Palermo, laureate bust right, C.P. below, rev. OBLITA EX AVRO ARGENTEA RESVRGIT, sun above phoenix, S-M below (Dav.1413; MIR.515; Spahr 53), usual die breaks behind head on obverse and through date on reverse, very fine, rare

£2,000-2,500

450

450

Italy, Sicily, Ferdinand III (1759-1816), Oncia da 30-Tari, 1791, Palermo, cuirassed bust with long hair right, rev. EX AVRO ARGENTEA RESVRGIT, sun above phoenix, G.L. -C.I. for Gabriele Lancilotto Castello in fields, date below (Dav.1420; Dav.-Sönd.565; MIR.597; Spahr 2), cleaned, good very fine, rare

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Italy, Tuscany, Leopold (1765-92), Tallero 1774, cuirassed bust right, L.S.F. on truncation, rev. crowned arms with supporters (Dav.1513; KM.C.23.2), good very fine

£400-500

452 452

Italy, Tuscany, Leopold II of Lorraine (1824-59), Museum of Natural History at Florence, silver medal by G Niderost, head left, signed below truncation, rev. view of the museum, 50mm. 76.6g, good extremely fine with some lustre

£400-500

453 454

453

454

Italy, Venice, Pasquale Malipiero (1457-62), Ducat, 3.47g, undated (F.1233; P.1), extremely fine

£600-800

Japan (mid 19th century), 2-Shu (Nishu Gin) (2), Manen, Shu (Isshu Gin) (2), Kaei & Meiji (KM.12, 12a, 18a), very fine or better

£120-150

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455

455 (x1.5)

x455

Japan, Mutsuhito (1867-1912), 20-Yen, Meiji year 3, dragon, rev. wreath and banners around sun, chrysanthemum above, pawlonia leaf below (F.45; JV.L1; KM.Y13), probably from jewellery, very fine, rare

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457

Japan, Mutsuhito (1869-1912), Yen, Meiji 13 (1880), dragon, rev. value in wreath (KM.A25.2), small mark on obverse rim between 11 and 12 o’clock, otherwise extremely fine with lustre

£300-350

Korea, 10-Chon, year 4 (1910), dragon, rev. value in wreath (KM.1139), some discolouration due to bad storage but nearly extremely fine

£60-80

459 459 (x1.5)

458 x458

459

460

Malta, Emmanuel Pinto (1741-73), 4-Zecchini, undated, armoured half-length bust left, rev. crowned arms (F.31a), very fine

£800-1,000

Mexico, Philip V (1700-46), cob Escudo, no date (1733), Mexico City, arms, rev. cross in quadrilobe (Cay.8934; F.7c), good fine

£300-350

Mexico, Oaxaca, under General Morelos, copper 8-Reales, 1813, bow and arrow, below, rev. value and date (KM.234), very fine

SUD

£40-50

461 x461

Monaco, Rainier III (1949-2005), silver Essai, 1950 (4), 100-Francs, 50-Francs, 20-Francs, 10-Francs (KM.34, 31, 29, 25), brilliant, as struck (4) 117

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463

Montenegro, Nicholas I (1860-1918), 100-Perpera, 1910, laureate head left, rev. crowned arms in wreath (F.4; KM.13; Schl.4), mount removed at 12 o’clock, good very fine

£2,000-3,000

Morocco, ‘Abd al-Aziz (1894-1908), 5-Dirhams, AH1316, 21⁄ 2 -Dirhams, AH1317, struck in Paris (KM.11.2 and 12.2), both extremely fine, with lustre under old toning (2)

£80-100

464 464

g465

465

Netherlands, Willem I (1815-40), 10-Gulden, 1825 B, Brussels, head left, rev. crowned shield (F.329; Sch.191), trace of mounting on edge, very fine

£200-250

Netherlands, Wilhelmina (1890-1948), 10-Gulden, 1898, crowned head right, rev. crowned shield dividing value, no dot (F.348: KM.124), very fine

£200-220

466

466

467

Norway, Oscar II (1872-1907), Krone, and 50-Øre, both 1887, head left, rev. crowned shield (KM.357, 356), extremely fine (2)

£200-250

Norway, minor coins (6), Krone, 50-Øre, both 1877, 25-Øre, 1876, Skilling, 1870, very fine, 25-Øre, 1871, 10-Øre, 1883, both extremely fine; also Denmark, 2-Krone, 1875, and Sweden, Krona, 1875, very fine (8)

£100-150

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COINS AND MEDALS FROM THE COLLECTION OF COUNT EMERYK HUTTEN-CZAPSKI SNR, COUNT EMERYK HUTTEN-CZAPSKI JNR, BY DESCENT TO EDUARDO ARANDA-GODLEWSKI

468 468

Austria, Maria Teresia (1740-80), taler, 1765, Hall, diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned double-headed eagle (Dav.1122; KM.1799), trace of mount at 12 o’clock, adjustment marks across obverse, very fine

£60-80

469

469

France, Maison de Madame la Dauphine, silver jeton, 1758, head of Maria-Josef of Saxony left, rev. QUATERNO SIDERE FELIX, four stars around a planet, trace of mount at 12 o’clock, very fine

£40-60

470

470

France, Charles Ferdinand Duke of Berry, 1820, silver medal by Gayrard and du Puymaurin, 40.50g, uniformed bust left, GAYRARD F. below, rev. legend in wreath, DU PUYMAURIN FECIT ET DIR. below, 41mm., hole in edge at 12 o’clock, very fine

119

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471

Italy, Bologna, Galeazzo Marescotti (1407-1503), bronze medal by Antonio Marescotti, INSIGNIS: EQVESTRIS: ORDINIS: D: GALEAZ: MARESCOTT, bust left wearing cap and decorated gown, VR: PATRICI below, rev. LOIALMENT: SEIIS: DOFIER: above, ANTONIVS MARESCOTI. F. below, around a column broken by a storm, MAI: PIV: to left, all within a braid of hair, 94mm. (Armand I, 29, 5; Hill Corpus 86; TN.I, XV, 2), small piercing at 12 o’clock, very fine and attractive The reverse legend should read SANS DOTIER. Hill notes that the example in the Berlin museum reads the same and comments ‘evidently a later, presumably blundered, version.’ There are other examples with the DOFIER reading in the Museo Civico, Bologna, and the Castello Sforzesco, Milan.

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Italy, Rimini, Isotta degli Atti (1432/3-74), bronze medal by Matteo de’Pasti, .D. ISOTTAE. .ARIMINENSI., bust of Isotta right, rev. the Malatesta elephant walking right, MCCCCXLVI below, 84.5mm. (Armand I, 21, 19; Hill Corpus 187), mount removed at 2 o’clock, pierced above head, an attractive old cast with brown patina

£300-500

473 473

Mexico, Charles III (1759-88), 8-Reales, 1768 MF, crowned shield, rev. globe between pillars (CT.908; KM.105), good very fine

£150-200

474 474

Peru, Ferdinand VI (1746-59), 8-Escudos, 1753, Lima, cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned arms (Cal.20; F.16; KM.50), metal flaw on reverse, light edge bruise at 1 o’clock, good very fine 121

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475

475 (x2)

475

Poland, John III Sobieski (1674-96), 4-Ducats, 13.72g, 1677, Cracow, IOANNES III D. G. REX POL. M.D. LIT. RUS. PR., laureate and draped bust right, rev. view of the city of Cracow, rays emitting from clouds above, MDCLXXVII 1 APR in exergue, ALMA URBS CRACOVIA below (F.-; HCz.2424), four neat light marks for value above clouds on reverse, some other, irregular, scratches on obverse, some marks on edge, very fine, a great rarity PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski According to the historian and numismatist Jan Ciirzciciel Albertrandi (1731-1808), medallic 4-Ducats and 3-Ducats were struck to celebrate the re-opening of the Cracow mint in 1677.

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476

476 (x1.5) 476

Poland, John III Sobieski (1674-96), Danzig, Ducat, 3.46g, 1677, IOAN. III D.G REX POL. M.D.L.RP, laureate and draped bust right, rev. MON. AUREA CIVITAT. GEDANENS.1677, city arms with supporters, dividing D-L, for mint master Daniel Lesse (F.36; Gum.2043; HCz.2437), creased, otherwise very fine with some lustre

£1,500-2,000

PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

477

477 (x1.5) 477

Poland under Russia, Alexander I (1815-25), 50-Zloty, 1817, head right, rev. Polish arms on Russian eagle, dividing I-B (Bit.804; F.105; HCz.5354; KM.C103), good very fine with traces of lustre PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

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478 478 (x1.5) 478

Poland under Russia, Alexander I (1815-25), 50-Zloty, 1819, head right, rev. Polish arms on Russian eagle, dividing I-B, oblique milling (Bit.806; F.105; HCz.5357; KM.C103), scratches on obverse otherwise good very fine with lustre

£2,000-2,500

PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

479 479 (x1.5) 479

Poland under Russia, Alexander I (1815-25), 25-Zloty, 1817, head right, rev. Polish arms on Russian eagle, dividing I-B (Bit.812; F.106; HCz.3511; KM.C102), good very fine with traces of lustre

£1,500-2,000

PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

480 480 (x1.5)

480

Poland under Russia, Alexander I (1815-25), 25-Zloty, 1819, head right, rev. Polish arms on Russian eagle, dividing I-B, oblique milling (Bit.814; F.106; HCz.3538; KM.C103), good very fine with traces of lustre PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

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481 (x3)

481

Poland under Russia, Nicholas I (1825-55), 25-Zloty, 1833, laureate head of Alexander I right, rev. value and date in wreath, KG below (F.110; HCz.3674; KM.C118), metal flaw behind head, good very fine, rare, only 424 struck PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

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Poland under Russia, Nicholas I (1825-55), 20-Zloty - 3-Roubles, 1837, crowned Russian eagle, rev. value (F.111; HCz.3704; KM.C136), metal flaw on obverse, otherwise good very fine with traces of lustre

£600-800

PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

483 483

Poland, John III Sobieski (1674-96), silver medal, undated and unsigned, 33.51g, IOHANNES III DG. REX POL. M.D LIT. RUSS. PRUS EC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. MARIA CASIMIRA D.G. REGINA POLON, bust of Queen Maria right, 43mm. (HCz.2516 (R4)), good very fine, rare

£300-500

PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

484 484

Poland, John Casimir (1648-68), silver portrait medal, undated, by Jean Höhn, 38.15g, IOAN: CASIM: D:G: REX POL: ET SUEC: M:D: LITV: RUS: PRUS:, draped three-quarters bust, wearing decorated armour and Collar of the Golden Fleece, signed IH below, rev. LVDOVICA MARIA GONZ. D.G. REG. POL. ET S.M.D.L. RVS. PRVS. NATA PRIN. MANT. MONT. FER. NIV., draped three-quarters bust of Queen Louisa-Maria Gonzaga, by S. Dadler, 49mm. (HCz.2337; Raczynski 131), removed from a mount, the fields chased, very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

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485 (x2)

485

Russia, Peter III (1762), 10-Roubles, 16.59g, 1762, cuirassed bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, dates in angles (Bit.1; Diakov 1 (R3); F.126; KM.C49; Sev.254), minor die crack on reverse, about extremely fine, an attractive example of this scarce coin PROVENANCE:

Count Emeryk Hutten-Czapski

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A COLLECTION OF COINS AND MEDALS OF POLAND, ADJACENT TERRITORIES AND STATES UNDER THE RULE OF THE KINGS OF POLAND - THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

486 486

Poland, Sigismund III (1587-1632), Taler, 1630, king half-length right, crowned and armoured, holding sword and orb, legends ends MASVR, rev. crowned shield dividing I-I and date (Dav.4316; HCz.1623 - R; Kop.1383), very fine

£600-800

488 487 487

488

Poland, Vladislas III (1633-48), Taler, 16(3)3, king half-length right, crowned and armoured, holding sword and orb, legend ends PRVS MAS, rev. crowned shield dividing I-I and date (Dav.4326; Hcz.1743; KM.54), flat over date, very fine, dark tone

£500-600

Poland, Vladislav IV (1633-48), Half-Taler, 1640, .VLAD: 4 D:G: REX POL. - ET SVEC. M:D. L.IT: RV: PR:, crowned bust right, rev. SAM. LIV. NEC. NO: SV: - GOT. VA: QHRI. REX, crowned shield dividing date and G-G (HCz. 1811 var. of legend; KM.55), very fine, very rare

£500-600

489 489

Poland, John II Casimir (1649-68), Taler, 1649, IOAN: CASIMIR: DEI GRA: REX. POL. M.D. narrow crowned, cuirassed and draped bust right, wearing Badge of the Golden Fleece, rev. SMO. SEV. CZER. QVE. N - N. SVE. CO. VAN. H. REX, crowned square top shield dividing G-P and date (Dav. type of A4336, rev legend of 4334.; HCz.1905; KM.-), edge smoothed, cleaned, very fine, rare L. R. PM.,

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Poland, Augustus II (Friedrich August I of Saxony) (1697-1733), Taler, 1700, D.G. FRID. AUG. REX POL. - DUX SAX. I. C.M.A.&.W., laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields between palms, date divided above, value dividing I.L. - H. below (Dav.7656 (Saxony); Gum.2106; KM.707 (Saxony)), nearly extremely fine with some lustre

£1,000-1,200

PROVENANCE:

O’Byrne collection, Christie’s

491 491

492

Poland, Augustus II (Friedrich August I of Saxony) (1697-1733), Taler, 1700, D.G. FRID. AUG. REX POL. - DUX SAX. I. C.M.A.&.W., laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields between palms, date divided above, value dividing I.L. - H. below (Dav.7656; Gum.2106; KM.707 (Saxony)), good very fine

£600-800

Poland, Augustus II (Friedrich August I of Saxony) (1697-1733), Two Thirds-Taler, 1704, D.G. FRID. AUGUST. REX. POLONIARUM., laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields between palms, date divided above, value dividing I.L. - H. below (Gum.2100; KM.685 (Saxony)), trace of mount on edge at 12 o’clock, very fine

£80-100

493 493

Poland, Augustus II (Friedrich August I of Saxony) (1697-1733), Two Thirds-Taler, 1704, D.G. FRID. AUGUST. REX. POLONIARUM., laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields between palms, value and IGS below (Gum.2103; KM.775), traces of mounting, very fine 129

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495

Poland, Augustus II (Friedrich August I of Saxony) (1697-1733), Third-Taler, 1719 IGS, on the marriage of the Crown Prince to Maria Josepha of Austria, inscription in nine lines, rev. hands binding two flaming hearts (Gum.2123; KM.837 (Saxony)), extremely fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

O’Byrne collection, Christie’s 495

Poland, Augustus II (Friedrich August I of Saxony) (1697-1733), Two-Thirds-Taler (Gulden), 1719 IGS, on the marriage of the Crown Prince to Maria Josepha of Austria, inscription in nine lines, rev. hands binding two flaming hearts (Gum.2123; KM.838 (Saxony)), good very fine

496 496

497

£100-150

497

Poland, Augustus II (Friedrich August I of Saxony) (1697-1733), Third-Taler, 1698, D.G. FRID. AUGUST. REX. POLONIARUM., laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields between palms, date divided above, value dividing E.P. - H. below (Gum.2094; KM.706 (Saxony)), very fine

£80-100

Poland, Augustus II (Friedrich August I of Saxony) (1697-1733), Third-Taler, 1702, D.G. FRID. AUGUST. REX. POLONIARUM., laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields between palms, date divided above, value dividing I.L. - H. below (Gum.203; KM.723 (Saxony)), light scrapes on edge possibly from an old mount, very fine

£80-100

498 498

Poland, Marie Leszczynska, Marriage to Louis XV of France, 1725, gold medal by Georg Vestner, MARIA LESCIN: FRANC: ET NAVARR: REGIN:, draped bust left, rev. GRATIOR VNA TRIBVS. the Three Graces, Hymen flying above holding torch and shield, V on ground to right, D: 5; SEPT. MDCCXXV in exergue, 38mm., 20.53g. (HCz.2748 - R3), pierced at 12 o’clock and some marks around edge and in fields, very fine, rare WWW.spinK.Com

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499

499

500

500

Poland, Marriage of Louis XV of France and Maria Leszczynska, 1725, silver medal by Du Vivier, bust of the king right, DU VIVIER on truncation, rev. bust of Maria left, DU VIVIER on truncation, 41mm. (HCz.2744), marks on edge, very fine

£200-250

Poland, Augustus III (Friedrich August II of Saxony) (1733-63), Taler, 1755, crowned, draped bust right, stops in legend, rev. crowned oval shield EDC below (Dav.1617; KM.929.5 (Saxony)), mount removed, cleaned, good fine

£300-500

501

501

502

Poland, Augustus III (Friedrich August II of Saxony) (1733-63), Two-Thirds-Taler, 1735, draped and armoured bust right, rev. crown over two shields, value and F WôF below (Gum.2277; KM.879 (Saxony)), trace of mount but about extremely fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

O’Byrne collection, Christie’s 502

503

504

Poland, Augustus III (Friedrich August II of Saxony) (1733-63), Two-Thirds-Taler, 1747, on the marriage of Princess Maria Josepha to the Dauphin Louis of France, legend in eight lines, rev. AMOR MUTUUS, flaming altar (Gum.2305; KM.921), nearly extremely fine

£200-250

Poland, Augustus III (Friedrich August II of Saxony) (1733-63), Two-Thirds-Taler, 1749, draped and armoured bust right, crown over two shields, value and F WôF below (Gum.2277; KM.879 (Saxony)), very fine

£60-80

Poland, Augustus III (Friedrich August II of Saxony) (1733-63), Orte or 18-Groszy (Timpfe), 1753, crowned, draped and armoured bust right, rev. crowned shield, value T below (Gum.2155; KM.148.1), very fine

£40-60

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Poland, Augustus III (Friedrich August II of Saxony) (1733-63), 1⁄ 12-Taler (Doppelgroschen 3.48g.), 1747, on the marriage of Princess Maria Josepha to the Dauphin Louis of France, legend in eight lines, rev. AMOR MUTUUS, flaming altar (Gum.2305; KM.923), nearly extremely fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

O’Byrne collection, Christie’s 506

Poland, Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski (1764-95), Taler, 1766, cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shield (Dav.1618; KM.187), extremely fine

£200-300

507 507

508

Poland, Friedrich August I of Saxony as Duke (1807-14), Taler, 1812, head right, rev. crowned oval shield dividing date and I-B (Dav.247; KM.C87), adjustment marks, very fine

£200-250

Poland, Friedrich August I of Saxony as Duke (1807-14), Third-Talara, 1811, laureate bust right, rev. crowned shield between branches dividing I-S (Gum.2468; KM.C86), fine

£40-50

509 509 (x1.5) 509

Poland, Nicholas I (1825-55), Ducat, 1831, knight standing, rev. inscription in tablet (F.114; Gum.2540; KM.C125), extremely fine

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Poland, Danzig, Ladislas IV (1633-48), Ducat, 3.50g, 1639, crowned bust right, VLAD: III D: G: REX. POL: M. D: L: RVS:PR, rev. MON: AUREA CIVITATIS GEDANEN.1639, city arms with supporters, G-R below (F.15; KM.20.3; HCz 1802), edge test mark below bust, weakly struck above arms, almost extremely fine, rare

£2,500-3,500

511

511

Poland, Danzig, Vladislav IV (1632-48), Taler, 1639, crowned bust right, head does not break circle, legend ends LITV: RVSS: PRVSS:, rev. shield with supporters, wreath above, G-R below (Dav.4353; HCz.1805 var.; KM.24), graffiti in obverse field, otherwise good very fine

£500-600

512 512 (x1.5)

512

Poland, Danzig, John II Casimir (1649-68), Ducat, 3.46g, 1649, crowned bust right, IOAN. CAS. D. G. R. POL. & SUEC. M. D. L. R. P, rev. MON. AUREA CIVITATIS GEDANEN.1649, city arms with supporters, G-R below (F.24; KM.41.1; HCz 1910), flan crack, inked number in reverse field, very fine, rare

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513

513

Poland, Danzig, John II Casimir (1648-88), Taler, 1649, IOAN CASIM: D:G: REX PO.L. ET SUEC: M:D: L: RUS: PR., crowned and draped busy right wearing Collar of the Golden Fleece, rev. MONETA ERGENTEA CIVITATIS GEDANENSIS, plain oval shield, with lion supporters, dividing D-G, wreath, with olive branch and two palms, above, date in cartouche below (Dav.4358; HCz.1916/1917; KM.40), removed from jewellery, the fields tooled, very fine

£200-250

514 514 (x1.5)

514

Poland, Danzig, Michael Korybut (1669-73), Ducat, 3.42g, 1673, crowned draped bust right, MICHAEL D G REX POL. M D L R. P, rev. MON. AUREA CIVITAT.GEDANENS. 1673, arms with supporters, DL below (cf F.32; KM.71.2; HCz 2383), good very fine, rare

£3,500-4,500

515

515

Poland, Thorn, Vladislav IV (1632-48), Taler, 1638, king half-length right, crowned and armoured, holding sword and orb, rev. smaller angel above shield dividing date and I-I (Dav.4374/5; HCz.1798; KM.21), small mark on edge at 12 o’clock, very fine WWW.spinK.Com

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516

516 (x1.5)

516

Poland, Thorn, John II Casimir (1649-68), 4-Ducats, 13.86g, 1655 HL, crowned armoured bust right, wearing Collar of the Golden Fleece, IOAN: CAS: D: G: REX POL: ET SVE:M: D: L: R: P:, rev. EX. AVRO SOLIDO. CIVIT: THORVNENS: FIERI.F:, view of city of Thorn looking over the Vistula on which eight boats and with bridge, date below on river bank, clouds above within which city arms supported by two putti (F.63; KM.40; cf HCz 2050 - only 3-Ducats listed), number 4 lightly incised in field before bust, crease this likely from manufacture, lustrous, extremely fine, extremely rare

135

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Poland, Thorn, John II Casimir (1648-68), Taler, 1659, IOAN. CASIM. D:G. REX. POL, ET. SUEC. M.D. L. RUS. PRUS., crowned armoured bust right, wearing Collar of the Golden Fleece, rev. MONETA. NOVA. ARGENTEA CIVITATIS. THORUNENSIS, angel above oval shield dividing date and HD-L (Dav.4377; Gum.1953; KM.32), good very fine

£1,000-1,500

518

518

Poland, Zamosc, siege money, silver 2-Zloty, 1813, MONETA W OBLEZENIU ZAMOSCIA, grenade below, rev. BOZE DOPOMZ WIERNYM OYCZYZNIE, value above date in wreath (Gum.2478; KM.5), very fine

£1,200-1,500

519

519

Poland, Zamosc, siege money copper 6-Groszy, 1813, PIENIADZ W OBLEZENIU ZAMOSCIA in four lines, rev. BOZE DOPOMOZ WIERNYM OYCZYZNIE, value above crossed branches (Gum.2477; KM.1), very fine, rare

1813

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520 520

Poland, Pilsudski Centenary 1867-1967, silver and bronze medals 57mm., other base metal medals (5), extremely fine (7)

ÂŁ50-70

521 521 (x2) 521

Courland, Peter Biron (1769-95), Ducat, 1780, head right, rev. crowned shields (F.4; HCz.3409; KM.33; Kop.4105), very fine

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Courland, Peter Biron (1769-95), Taler, 1780, head right, rev. two crowned shields (Dav.1624; HCz.3410; KM.32; Kop.4104), adjustment marks in centre of obverse, very fine

£200-250

523 523 (x2) 523

Germany, Silesia-Liegnitz-Brieg, Georg III, Ludwig IV and Christian, Ducat, 3.45g, 1657, armoured facing half length busts of the three brothers, orb above, D: G. GEORGI. LUDOVIC. & CHRISTIA. FRATR:, rev. DVCES. SILESIAE. LIGN: BREG. & WOLAVI. 1657, arms dividing E-W below (F.3200; KM.401), good very fine, rare

£500-700

OTHER PROPERTIES

524 524

Peru, Lima, silver ‘Half-Peso’ medal, dated 1821, San Martin, LIMA LIBRE JURO SU INDEPENDENCIA EN 28 DE JULIO DE 1821, radiant sunface, rev. BAJO LA PROTECCION DEL EGURCITO LIBERTADOR DEL PERU MANDADO POR SAN MARTIN in eight lines within wreath, oblique edge reeding, 29mm. (Fonrobert 8998), extremely fine, dark tone on obverse

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525

525 (x2)

525

Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), 10-Roubles, 16.60g, 1755, St Petersburg, crowned, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, Imperial eagle in centre, date in angles (Diakov 328; F.122; KM.C28.2; Sev.187), extremely fine with attractive lustrous surfaces, very rare

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526 526 (x1.5) Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), Two-Roubles, 3.20g, 1756, crowned, draped bust right, no mint mark below, stop at end of legend, rev. shield of St George on crowned Imperial eagle holding sceptre and orb (Diakov 382; F.115; KM.C23.1; Sev.206), about extremely fine, with lustre

526

£800-1,000

527 527 (x1.5) Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), Two-Roubles, 3.22g, 1756, crowned, draped bust right, no mint mark below, colon at end of legend, rev. shield of St George on crowned Imperial eagle holding sceptre and orb (Diakov 383; F.115; KM.C23.1; Sev.205), tiny dent behind head otherwise about extremely fine, with lustre

527

£800-1,000

528 528 (x1.5) Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), gold Rouble, 1.58g, 1756, crowned, draped bust right, no mint mark below, no stop at end of legend, rev. shield of St George on crowned Imperial eagle holding sceptre and orb, wide tail feathers (Diakov 389; F.116; KM.C22; Sev.196), uneven edge possibly from a mount, good very fine

528

529

530 529 (x1.5)

529

530

530 (x1.5)

Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), gold Rouble, 1.59g, 1756, crowned, draped bust right, no mint mark below, no stop at end of legend, rev. shield of St George on crowned Imperial eagle holding sceptre and orb, wide tail feathers (Diakov 389; F.116; KM.C22; Sev.196), uneven edge possibly from a mount and slightly flat in centres, very fine

£200-300

Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), gold Rouble, 1.60g, 1756, crowned, draped bust right, no mint mark below, no stop at end of legend, rev. shield of St George on crowned Imperial eagle holding sceptre and orb, narrow tail feathers (Diakov 389; F.116; KM.C22; Sev.197), uneven edge possibly from a mount, good very fine

£200-300

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531 531 (x1.5) 531

Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), gold Rouble, 1.57g, 1756, crowned, draped bust right, no mint mark below, no stop at end of legend, rev. shield of St George on crowned Imperial eagle holding sceptre and orb, narrow tail feathers (Diakov 389; F.116; KM.C22; Sev.197), crimped on edge, probably from a mount, very fine

£200-300

532 532 (x1.5) 532

Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), gold Rouble, 1.59g, 1756, crowned, draped bust right, no mint mark below, G in legend instead of C, colon at end of legend, rev. shield of St George on crowned Imperial eagle holding sceptre and orb (Diakov 390; F.116; KM.C22; Sev.198), uneven edge possibly from a mount, good very fine

£200-300

533 533 (x2) 533

534

Russia, Elizabeth (1741-62), gold Half-Rouble, 0.84g, 1756, crowned, draped bust right, no mint mark below, no stop at end of legend, rev. small crown over Imperial cypher (Diakov 391; F.118; KM.C21.1; Sev.194), edge pushed in at 1 o’clock otherwise about extremely fine

£400-500

Russia, Siberia, Catherine II, the Great (1762-96), Denga, 1778, crowned cypher, rev. arms (Br.376; KM.2), irregular flan, very fine

£60-80

535 x535

Russia, Nicholas I (1825-55), Rouble, 1845, Imperial eagle, rev. value within wreath (KM.168.1), scuffs, good very fine 141

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537

538

537

Russia, Alexander III (1881-94), 5-Roubles, 1886, head right, rev. Imperial eagle (F.168; KM.42), good very fine

£800-1,000

Russia, Nicholas II (1894-1917), 5-Roubles, 1898, head left, rev. value (F.180; KM.Y62), very fine

£120-150

Spain, Charles and Johanna (1516-56), Escudo, 3.26g, undated, Seville, shield dividing S-*, rev. cross in quadrilobe (Cal. type 36; F.153), very fine

£200-300

539 539

x540

541

538

540

541

Spain, Charles and Johanna (1516-56), Escudo, 3.39g, undated, Seville, shield dividing P-S, rev. cross in quadrilobe (Cal. type 34; F.153), very fine

£400-500

Spain, Philip II (1556-98), 2-Escudos, Seville, assayer D, crowned shield, rev. cross potent within quatrefoil (Cayon 4099; CT 11), good very fine, in PCI holder graded EF 45

£600-800

Spanish Netherlands, Brabant, Charles V (1515-55), Couronne d’or au soleil, 3.21g, 1545, Antwerp, crowned shield dividing firestones, rev. cross fleury (Del.102; F.62; VGH.186-1), cleaned, from a mount, very fine

£250-300

543

542 543 (x1.5) 542

543

Switzerland, Zürich, Taler, 1716, lion holding sword and shield, rev. legend and date in wreath (Dav.1783; Divo 22D; DT.419), very fine

£200-250

Transylvania, Gabriel Bethlen (1612-24), Ducat, 3.49g, 1620, Kremnitz, armoured bust right holding sceptre, dividing K-B, rev. Madonna and Child, shield below (F.358; Huszár 335), marks on the edge, cleaned, good very fine

£1,000-1,200

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544 544

Transylvania, Georg Rakoczi II (1648-60), Taler, 1652, Nagybanya, half-length right, in fur cap and decorated armour, holding long sceptre, rev. crowned shield, dividing N-B in lower half of cartouche (Dav.4751; Resch 62), extremely fine

£2,000-2,500

546

545

550 United States of America, Quarter-Dollar, 1861 S, San Francisco, Liberty seated, rev. eagle, very fine

£200-250

546

United States of America, Indian head Cent, 1876, extremely fine

£100-150

547

United States of America (11), including 1783 Washington portrait piece, no button fair, large Cent, 1851 stain, fine, Indian head Cents (3), including 1875, this very fine, others (2) fine, Five Cents 1890, good, Three Cents 1852, about fine, Dimes (3), fine very fine (11)

£60-80

United States of America (26), Cents (11), including large Cent, 1850 (1), very fine, Indian head (4), var. 1, 1859, fine, 1888, 1905, 1906, fine - very fine, Lincoln (7), generally very fine, 5-Cents (5), including 1884, 1913 var.2, about very fine, Dimes (4), including 1891, generally very fine, Half-Dollars, (4), including Lexington Concord Sesquicentennial, 1925, very fine, and Philippines, 50-Cents 1908, 1944, (KM.167, 183), very fine (28)

£100-130

United States of America, miscellaneous minor denominations (17), including large Cents, 1822, 1841, Indian head Cents, 1862, 1874, silver 3-Cents, 1852, 1853, silver Half-Dimes, 1839, 1848 O, 1854, silver Dime, 1845, and silver Quarter-Dollar, 1839, fine to good very fine (17)

£200-300

Uruguay, 5-Pesos, 1930 (2), head right, rev. value and date (F.6; KM.27), very fine and extremely (2)

£500-600

Venezuela, silver Bolivars (95), all 1965 (KM.37a), an original group of 95 pieces, brilliant uncirculated (95)

£300-400

545

548

549

g550

551

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West Africa, an interesting collection of fifteen 19th and 20th century West African Manillas, various sizes and styles: 1-4) four copper of ‘twisted decorated’ form, all different 5-7) three copper of ‘twisted form’ with rounded ends, all different 8-10) three copper of ‘flat decorated’ form, all different 11) white metal, of ‘twisted form’ 12-15) four white metal with hollow rectangular sections, these all of similar form though differing in details (15)

£400-600

MISCELLANEOUS LOTS OF WORLD COINS 553

554

555

556

557 558

559

560 561

562

563

Miscellaneous foreign coins, Australia, Crown, 1937, French States, Dombes, Anne Marie Louis d’Orleans (1650-93), 1⁄ 12 Ecu (4), 1667, 1667/8, 1668, 1669, one corroded, poor to about good fine (5)

£80-120

Miscellaneous, Africa (20th century), including issues of Southern Rhodesia (10), South Africa (10), Egypt (6), Liberia (4), Rhodesia and Nyasaland (2), East Africa (1), Zambia (1), others (7), fine to very fine (41)

£70-100

Asia, miscellaneous coins (29), including British Trade Dollars (2), Mexico, Peso, with chop-marks, Tibet, 3-Srang, Nepal, 2-Mohars, Thailand, Baht, Sri Lanka (9), Straits Settlements (7), including Æ issues of 1845 (5), Dutch East Indies (3), Maldives (2), other (2), generally fine to very fine (29)

£120-150

British Empire and Commonwealth coins, mainly twentieth century, a few earlier, ¡ (approx 50), Crown size (10), others (approx. 40), generally very fine, some better, Æ (approx. 60), generally very fine, some better, Bermuda, proof Crown 1964 (KM.14), uncirculated, in case, and South Africa, Z.A.R., Two and Half Shillings, 1896, Shilling 1987, Threepence, 1896, Penny, 1892 (KM.7, 5, 3, 2), generally very fine (lot)

£130-180

Miscellaneous, British Empire and Commonwealth coins (73), ¡ (21), Æ (52), various denominations, rulers and countries, an interesting lot, generally fine or better (73)

£80-100

Miscellaneous milled foreign coins, Ceylon, George V, Half-Cent, India, William IV, Quarter-Rupees (2), Victoria, Rupee (3), Half-Rupee, 2-Annas (5), Quarter-Anna, George V, 2-Annas, George VI Rupee, Quarter-Rupee, Half-Rupee (2), Quarter-Anna, East India Company, Half-Anna, Quarter-Anna, Half-Pice, Bombay, Pie, with Indian silver tokens (3), Sumatra, 4-Kepings, Tibet, Tangka, other minor coins, varied state (lot)

£250-350

Miscellaneous Crown size silver coins (12), including Hungary, 5-Pengu, 1938 (KM.516), Latvia, 5-Lati, 1931 (KM9), Luxembourg, 100-Franc 1946 (KM.49), Brazil, 2,000-Reis, 1888 (KM.485) the last very fine, the others extremely fine, others (8) generally good every fine - extremely fine (12)

£80-100

Miscellaneous world silver coins (41), mainly twentieth century, several countries and denominations represented, generally very fine - extremely fine (41)

£80-100

Miscellaneous world coins, ¡ (approx. 80), Æ (approx. 90), mainly twentieth century, a few earlier, many countries and denominations represented, generally very fine, a few better along with Ghana, proof silver 10-Shillings, 1958, as struck in case, and United States of America, Æ commemorative medal, Jamestown Exposition 1907, uncirculated (lot)

£100-130

Miscellaneous world coins, including United States of America, Dollar, 1878, 8 feathers, very fine, Russia, Paul I, 2-Kopeks, 1797 EM (KM.C95.3), fine, Hungary, Franz Josef, 5-Corona, 1907 KB (KM.488), nearly very fine, others, both Æ (2), nearly very fine (5)

£60-80

Miscellaneous world coins (approx. 150), mainly nineteenth and twentieth century, a few earlier including a Roman Republican Denarius mounted as a brooch and Southern India, Æ coins (9), these identified in Seaby packets, fine (lot)

£80-100

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TUESDAY 3 DECEMBER 2013 Morning session commencing at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 564-858) ENGLISH HAMMERED COINS PART III (FINAL PART): COINS OF HENRY VIII, EDWARD VI AND ELIZABETH I FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE ROSS BLAKEY HENRY VIII (1509-47)

564 564 (x1.5)

564

Henry VIII (1509-47), first coinage, 1509-26, Angel, 5.14g, m.m. crowned portcullis without chains/crowned portcullis with chains, St Michael spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing H and a rose (Schneider 563 - same obverse die; N.1760; S.2265), very fine

£1,500-1,800

565 565 (x1.5)

565

Henry VIII, first coinage, 1509-26, Half-Angel, 2.13g, m.m. castle, St Michael spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing H and a rose, pellet to left of shield centre (Schneider 565; N.1761; S.2266), a most attractive example, extremely fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

R.C. Lockett IV, Glendining, 11-17 October 1956, lot 1760 (illustrated)

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Henry VIII, first coinage, 1509-26, Groat, 2.71g, Tournai, m.m. crowned T, crowned bust right, rev. CIVITAS TORNACEN, shield over long cross fourchée (S.2317), minor edge loss at 2 o’clock, good fine, rare

£1,000-1,300

567 567 (x2) 567

Henry VIII, first coinage, 1509-26, Farthing, 0.20g, m.m. portcullis, portcullis within inner circle, rev. rose over long cross (N.1781; S.2336), edge chip otherwise very fine, extremely rare

£500-700

PROVENANCE:

Norweb II, Spink auction 48, 13 November 1985, lot 324 R. Carlyon-Britton collection, acquired by Spink, 1959 V.J.E. Ryan, Glendining, 22-24 January 1952, lot 324 E.H. Wheeler, Sotheby, 12-14 March 1930, lot 311 Walsingham estate heirlooms, Sotheby, 21-22 November 1921, lot 281

568 568 (x1.5)

568

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Crown of the Double Rose, 3.61g, m.m. arrow, crowned rose dividing crowned H and R, rev. crowned shield dividing crowned H and I (Schneider 596; N.1790; S.2281), very fine PROVENANCE:

Stack’s Auction, New York, 17 June 1982, lot 603

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569 569 (x1.5) 569

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, ¿ Halfcrown, 1.79g, m.m. rose, crowned rose dividing H and R, rev. crowned shield (Schneider 600; N.1794; S.2285), good very fine

£1,500-1,800

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink before 1991

570 570 (x1.5) 570

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.73g, m.m. rose, Lombardic lettering, large crowned bust right, Laker A3, reversed D in HENRIC, FRAC, rev. shield over long cross fourchée, cross in forks (N.1797; S.2337C), very fine, rare

£450-600

PROVENANCE:

SNC, April 2004, HS1623

571 571 (x1.5) 571

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.78g, m.m. lis, crowned bust right, Laker D, FRANCE, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1797; S.2337E), bold bust, good very fine PROVENANCE:

P. Finn, list 14, 1998, 247

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Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Halfpenny, 0.31g, York, Archbishop Lee, m.m. key/-, facing crowned bust, E L at sides, rev. CIVITAS EBORACI, long cross and pellets (N.1820; S.2361), nearly very fine, rare

£60-90

573 573 (x1.5)

573

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Half-Sovereign, 6.15g, Tower, m.m. pellet in annulet, king seated facing on elaborate throne holding sceptre, left, orb, right, rose below, Roman lettering, trefoil stops, FRANC, rev. shield with supporters, crown above, Roman lettering, trefoil stops (cf Schneider 616; N.1827; S.2294), reverse double struck in places, good detail of king’s features, very fine/nearly very fine

£2,000-2,500

574 574 (x1.5)

574

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Quarter-Angel, 1.31g, m.m. lis, Roman N both sides, St Michael spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship dividing H and a rose (Schneider 629; N.1832; S.2304), very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

R. Duncan Beresford-Jones, Spink auction 29, 2 June 1983, lot 37 Ex J.D.A. Thompson collection

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Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Crown of the Double Rose, 3.00g, Bristol, m.m. ws/-, crowned rose dividing crowned H and R, HENRIC VIII, Lombardic lettering, rose after SPINA, rev. crowned shield dividing crowned H and R, Lombardic lettering, rose after REX (cf Schneider 640; N.1836; S.2309), pleasing, very fine

£1,500-1,800

576 576 (x2) 576

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, ¿ Halfcrown, 1.51g, London, m.m. pellet in annulet/-, Lombardic lettering, slipped trefoil stops, crowned shield dividing H R, annulet on inner circle to left of crown, rev. crowned rose dividing H R, annulet on inner circle to left of crown, slipped trefoil stops (cf Schneider 636; N.1837; S.2312), lightly creased, very fine, scarce

£1,000-1,200

577 577 (x1.5) 577

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Testoon, 7.23g, Tower, m.m. lis, facing bearded, crowned bust, HENRIC VIII, rev. crowned rose dividing crowned H and R (N.1841; S.2364), even wear, light impression on shoulder, a clear example, good fine, rare PROVENANCE:

J.M. Ashby, Spink auction 144, 12-14 July 2000, lot 2086 Bt. Baldwin, 1951 149

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Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Groat, 2.41g, Tower, m.m. lis, bearded, crowned bust half right, bust 1, rev. shield over long cross fourchée, annulet in forks (N.1844; S.2369), slightly double struck, attractive bust, very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink, 2000

580

579

579

580

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Groat, 2.35g, Tower, m.m. lis, bearded, crowned facing bust half right, bust 1, rev. shield over long cross fourchée, annulet in forks (N.1844; S.2369), obverse off-centre, double striking in places, bold bust, even old tone, almost very fine

£180-220

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Groat, 2.41g, York, m.m. none, Lombardic lettering, crowned, bearded bust half right, bust 3, rev. CIVITAS EBORACI, shield over long cross fourchée, spur to top left of shield (N.1848; S.2374), nearly very fine

£200-250

581 581 (x1.5)

581

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Halfgroat, 1.18g, Tower, m.m. lis, bearded, crowned bust half right, rev. shield over long cross fourchée, annulet in forks (N.1849; S.2375), minor flan edge split, weakness in reverse legend, bold bust, very fine PROVENANCE:

P. Finn, list 19, ‘memorial list’, 2001, 208

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EDWARD VI (1547-53)

582 582 (x1.5) 582

Edward VI (1547-53), coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Half-Sovereign, 6.13g, Tower, m.m. martlet, pellet stops, Roman lettering, crowned youthful king, enthroned facing holding sceptre, left, orb, right, rose below, rev. crowned shield, supporters each side, panel below on which HR (Schneider 660; N.1865; S.2391), full flan, a good example, very fine, rare

£1,800-2,200

PROVENANCE:

Sheffield Collection, Spink Noble, 43, 17-18 November 1993, lot 2681 Spink auction 54, 20 June 1986, lot 569 V.J.E. Ryan, Glendining, 28-30 June 1950, lot 314

583 583 (x1.5) 583

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Half-Sovereign, 6.06g, Southwark, m.m. Roman E/-, lozenge stops, Roman lettering, crowned youthful king enthroned facing holding sceptre, left, orb, right, rose below, rev. crowned shield, supporters each side, panel below above which letter E (cf Schneider 665-66; N.1866; S.2394), usual weakness, pleasing portrait, very fine, rare

£1,600-2,000

PROVENANCE:

Spink Noble auction 43, 17-18 November 1983, lot 2682

584 584

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Groat, 2.38g, Tower, m.m. Roman lettering, bearded, crowned facing bust, bust 5, lozenge stops, rev. shield over long cross fourchée, annulet in forks (N.1871; S.2400), good fine K,

151

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585 585

586

586 (x1.5)

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Groat, 2.56g, Southwark, m.m. -/E, Roman lettering, lozenge stops, bearded, crowned bust half right, bust 5, rev. CIVITAS LONDON, shield over long cross fourchée, annulet in forks (N.1872; S.2404), rare with annulet in forks, an excellent example, very fine

£400-500

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Halfgroat, 1.19g, Canterbury, no m.m., pellet stops, Roman lettering, bearded, crowned bust half right, rev. CIVITAS CANTOR, shield over long cross fourchée (N.1881; S.2415), surface porosity on reverse, bold portrait, good very fine, rare

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

SNC, October 2003, HS1387

589

587

587

588

589

589 (x1.5)

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Halfgroat, 1.39g, Canterbury, m.m. none, Lombardic lettering, bearded, crowned facing bust half right, rev. CIVITAS CANTOR, shield over long cross fourchée (N.1881; S.2415), flan flaw on obverse, nearly very fine

£60-80

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Halfgroat, 1.06g, Canterbury, no m.m., pierced lozenge stops, Lombardic lettering, crowned bearded bust half right, rev. CIVITAS CANTOR, shield over long cross fourchée (N.1881; S.2415), good fine

£40-50

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Penny, 0.70g, Canterbury, no m.m., Roman lettering, bearded and crowned bust facing, rev. CIVITAS CANTOR, shield over long cross fourchée (N.1887; S.2422), well-centred, a good example with a superb portrait, good very fine, rare

£180-220

PROVENANCE:

Norweb IV, Spink auction 59, 17 June 1987, lot 1380

590

590

590 (x1.5)

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Halfpenny, 0.30g, York, m.m. none, bearded and crowned facing bust, rev. CIVITAS EBORACI, mixed lettering, retrograde Lombardic E long cross, pellets in angles (N.1891; S.2424), some weakness, good detail of head, nearly very fine, scarce PROVENANCE:

DNW, 19 March 2003, lot 581 (part) Shuttlewood, Spink auction 151, 15 March 2001, lot 219 (part) WWW.spinK.Com

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591 591

591 (x1.5)

Edward VI, coinage in the name of Henry VIII, 1547-51, Halfpenny, 0.35g, Tower, m.m. none, bearded and crowned facing bust, rev. long cross, pellets in angles (N.1889; S.2426), a good example of this coin, almost very fine, scarce PROVENANCE: Bt. Spink, May 1991, ex Shuttlewood collection

£60-80

592 592 (x1.5) 592

Edward VI, coinage in his own name, first period, April 1547-January 1549, Groat, 2.61g, Southwark, m.m. -/E, crowned bust right, EDWARD 6, rev. CIVITAS LONDON, shield over long cross fourchée, lozenge stops (N.1898; S.2456), a little weakly struck, small edge split at 4 o’clock, full flan, a good example, very fine, rare PROVENANCE: V.J.E. Ryan, Glendining, 22 January 1952, lot 986 Bruun, Sotheby, 18-22 May 1925, lot 615

£2,500-3,500

593 593 (x1.5) 593

Edward VI, first period, April 1547-January 1549, Halfgroat, 1.10g, Canterbury, m.m. none, crowned bust right, EDOARD 6, rev. CIVITAS CANTOR, shield over long cross fourchée (N.1901; S.2459), edge split at 7 o’clock, almost very fine, rare PROVENANCE: P. Finn, list 3, Winter 1994-5, 223

£800-1,000

594 594 (x1.5) 594

Edward VI, first period, April 1547-January 1549, Penny, 0.54g, Tower, m.m. arrow, crowned bust right, rev. CIVITAS LONDON, shield over long cross fourchée (N.1902; S.2460), almost very fine, rare PROVENANCE: SNC, June 2006, HS2397 153

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595

595 (x1.5)

595

Edward VI, coinage in his own name, second period, January 1549-April 1550, Sovereign, 10.90g, Southwark, m.m. Y, king, crowned, enthroned facing holding sword, left, and orb, right, rose after REX, rev. crown above shield with supporters, ER on panel below (Schneider 685; N.1906; S.2433), minor edge split at 7 o’clock, good portrait, very fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink Spink auction 54, 20 June 1986, lot 571 V.J.E. Ryan, Glendining, 28-30 June 1950, lot 228

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596 596 (x1.5)

596

Edward VI, second period, January 1549-April 1550, Half-Sovereign, 5.48g, London, m.m. Y, bare head bust right, rosette stops, rev. crowned garnished shield dividing E R, small square stops (Schneider 686; N.1908; S.2435), a little off-centre, bold bust, very fine, rare

£4,500-5,500

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 76, 24 May 1990, lot 14

597 597 (x1.5)

597

Edward VI, second period, January 1549-April 1550, ¿ Halfcrown, 1.35g, Tower, m.m. arrow, bare head bust right, square stops, SCVTUM etc, rev. EDWARD VI etc, crowned garnished shield, square stops (Schneider 678; N.1915; S.2443), toned, a good example of this coin, very fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink 1989 Duprée collection Alderman H. Hird, sold privately W.L. Raynes, Glendining 15-17 February 1950, lot 94 (illustrated) Bruun, Sotheby, 18-22 May 1925, lot 605 Gentleman (P Carlyon-Britton), Sotheby, 30 November 1905, lot 68 J.E. Moon, Sotheby, 7 May 1901, lot 110 (illustrated) Lord Hastings, Sotheby, 15-19 November 1880, lot 305 Rev. J.E. Martin, Sotheby, 23 May 1859

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598 598 (x1.5) 598

Edward VI, second period, January 1549-April 1550, Shilling, 4.95g, Tower, MDLIX, m.m. arrow, crowned bust right, bust 3, rev. garnished shield dividing E R (N.1917/1; S.2466), struck on a large flan, good detail on bust, very fine

£450-550

PROVENANCE:

SNC, November 1988, 7106

599 599 (x1.5) 599

Edward VI, second period, January 1549-April 1550, Shilling, 4.68g, Durham House, undated, m.m. bow, crowned bust right, rev. garnished shield dividing E R (N.1924; S.2472), struck off-centre, small edge split, a good example of this issue, nearly very fine, very rare

£500-700

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink

600 600 (x1.5) 600

Edward VI, third period, 1550-51, Shilling, 4.86g, MDL, Southwark, m.m. Y both sides, crowned bust right, rev. garnished shield dividing E R (N.1943/2; S.2472A), reverse weakness, exceptional detail on obverse, very fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

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602

601

602 (x1.5)

601 (x1.5) 601

Edward VI, third period, 1550-51, Penny, 0.66g, London, m.m. escallop, rose, rev. CIVITAS LONDON, shield over long cross fourchée (N.1945; S.2474), very fine, scarce

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink. ex Shuttlewood collection 602

Edward VI, third period, very base issue, 1550-51, Penny, 0.77g, York, m.m. mullet, rose, rev. CIVITAS EBORACI, shield over long cross fourchée (N.1946; S.2475), obverse struck off-centre, good fine

£80-100

603 603 (x1.5) 603

Edward VI, fine Gold issue, 1550-53, Half-Sovereign, 5.54g, m.m. tun, king, armoured and crowned half-length right, FRANCI, rev. crowned shield dividing, E R, frosted caul (Schneider 697; N.1928; S.2451), good detail of king, pleasing, very fine

£4,000-5,000

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink, 1997 SCMB, April 1972, G515A

604

604 (x2) 604

Edward VI, fine Gold issue, 1550-53, ¿ Crown, 2.33g, m.m. tun, king, armoured and crowned half-length right, rev. crowned shield dividing, E R, SCVTVM etc. (Schneider 698; N.1929; S.2452), edge chipped between 1 and 2 o’clock, slight crease, good fine/nearly very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

R. Duncan Beresford-Jones, Spink auction 29, 2 June 1983, lot 33 H.C. Dangar, Glendining, 15 April 1953, lot 115 157

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605

605 (x1.5) 605

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Crown, 30.98g, 1551, m.m. Y, king, crowned and holding sword, riding right, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1933; S.2478), even old tone, good very fine

£3,000-4,000

606 606 (x1.5)

606

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Halfcrown, 15.47g, 1551, m.m. Y, king, crowned and holding sword, riding right on walking horse with plume on head, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1934; S.2479), a little weak on horseman, very fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink WWW.spinK.Com

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607 607

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Halfcrown, 15.11g, 1552, m.m. tun, king, crowned and holding sword, riding right on galloping horse, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1935; S.2480), almost very fine/very fine

£1,500-2,000

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 188, 30 March 2007, lot 373

608

608

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Shilling, 6.21g, m.m. tun, facing crowned bust half-left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1937; S.2482), pleasing, very fine

£250-300

609 609 (x1.5)

609

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Sixpence, 3.05g, m.m. Y, facing crowned bust half-left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1938; S.2483), a good example, very fine

159

£350-450


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610

610 (x1.5)

610

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), countermarked coinage, 1560, Fourpence-halfpenny, 4.40g, portcullis countermark to right of bust on an Edward VI second period, Durham House Shilling, m.m. bow, rev. garnished shield dividing E R, undated (N.1989; S.2546), edge split at 8 o’clock, clear countermark, a very good example of this issue, host coin fine for type, extremely rare PROVENANCE:

R. Carlyon-Britton, SCMB, April 1959

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611

611 (x1.5)

611

Elizabeth I, countermarked coinage, 1560, Twopence-farthing, 4.91g, seated greyhound countermark to left of bust on an Edward VI third period, London Shilling, m.m. rose, MDLI, rev. garnished shield dividing E R (N.19944/1; S.2547), sharply struck countermark, a good example of this issue, host coin good fine for type, extremely rare PROVENANCE:

Dupree collection, acquired by Spink, 1989 Ex E.J. Winstanley collection

161

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612 (x1.5) 612

Elizabeth I, first issue, 1558-61, Angel, 5.09g, m.m. lis, wire line inner circles, St Michael spearing dragon, REG, lozenge stops, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing E and a rose, MIRABI, lozenge stops (cf Schneider 731-32; N.1979; S.2513), struck on a large flan, pleasing, good very fine, rare

£4,000-6,000

PROVENANCE:

CNG, XXIII, 13 October 1992, lot 560 SNC, October 1989, 5331 E.W. Rashleigh, Sotheby, 29 June 1909, lot 842 Capt. R.M. Murchison, Sotheby, 21 April 1879 J.B. Bergne, Sotheby, 20 May 1873, lot 593

613

613

Elizabeth I, first issue, 1559-60, Shilling, 6.02g, m.m. lis, with wire line and beaded inner circles, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1985; S.2549), minor edge split, good portrait, very fine, scarce PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 12, 19 March 1981, lot 249

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£500-600


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614 614 (x1.5) 614

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1572-93, Angel, 5.08g, m.m. eglantine, St Michael spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship, left, cross above dividing E and a rose (Schneider -; N.1991/2; S.2515), attractively toned, very fine, a rare variety

615 615

£1,800-2,200

616

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Shilling, 6.15g, m.m. martlet, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1985; S.2555), a little short of flan below bust, unusually good portrait, good very fine

£500-600

PROVENANCE:

P. Finn, list 16, 261 616

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Shilling, 6.17g, m.m. martlet, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1985; S.2555), weak in places in legends, bust detail, good fine

£100-150

617 617 (x1.5)

617

Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Shilling, 6.30g, m.m. cross crosslet, large crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1985; S.2555A), weakness in places in legends, nearly very fine, scarce 163

£350-450


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618 (x1.5)

618

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Half Pound, 5.48g, m.m. coronet, crowned bust left, rev. crowned shield dividing E R (Schneider 745; N.1982; S.2520B), slight weakness at mouth, otherwise good detail, attractive patina, almost extremely fine The obverse mintmark appears to be either recut or cut over another, uncertain, symbol. PROVENANCE:

SNC, December 2005, HS2251

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619 619 (x1.5) 619

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Sixpence, 2.99g, 1564/2, m.m. pheon, large crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1997; S.2561B), attractive, very fine, rare

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Norweb IV, Spink auction 59, 17 June 1987, lot 1401

620 620

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Sixpence, 3.05g, 1566, m.m. lion, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1997; S.2562), reverse offcentre, attractive, nearly very fine

£120-160

PROVENANCE:

J.M. Ashby, Spink auction 145, 12-14 July 2000, lot 2236 (part) Bt. Baldwin, 1949 621

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Sixpence, 3.14g, 1572, m.m. ermine, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1997; S.2562), good fine

£60-80

622

622

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Sixpence, 3.08g, 1573, m.m. ermine, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1997; S.2562), nearly very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Ex W.M. Maish collection - with Maish’s ticket 623

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Sixpence, 2.91g, 1573, m.m. acorn, crowned larger bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1997; S.2563), very fine PROVENANCE:

P. Finn, list 14,1998, 286 165

£80-110


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Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Halfgroat, 1.02g, m.m. coronet, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1999; S.2567), very fine

£80-110

PROVENANCE:

P Finn, list 16, 1999, 276

625 625 (x1.5) 625

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Threehalfpence, 0.68g, 1561, m.m. pheon, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2000; S.2569), attractive even tone, extremely fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Norweb IV, Spink auction 59, 17 June 1987, lot 1404

626 626 (x1.5)

626

Elizabeth I, fifth issue, 1578-82, Quarter Angel, 1.23g, m.m. latin cross, St Michael spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing E and a rose (Schneider 776; N.1993; S.2528), very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Stack’s, New York, 17-18 June 1982, lot 606 J.G. Murdoch. Sotheby, 31 March - 4 April 1903, lot 617 (illustrated)

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627

627 (x1.5)

627

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, Pound, 11.09g, m.m. woolpack, crowned bust with flowing hair and elaborate dress left, rev. crowned, garnished shield dividing E R (Schneider 799; N.2008; S.2534), slight flan crease, very fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink

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628

628 (x1.5)

628

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, Half Pound, 5.49g, m.m. tun, crowned bust with flowing hair and elaborate dress left, rev. crowned shield dividing E R (Schneider 809; N.2009; S.2535), attractive, almost extremely fine

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ÂŁ7,000-10,000


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629 629 (x1.5) 629

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, Half Pound, 5.50g, m.m. woolpack, crowned bust with flowing hair and elaborate dress left, rev. crowned shield dividing E R (Schneider 810; N.2009; S.2535A), very fine

£4,000-5,000

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 54, 20 June 1986, lot 586

630 630 (x1.5) 630

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, ¿ Crown, 2.83g, m.m. woolpack ?over tun, crowned bust with flowing hair and elaborate dress left, rev. crowned shield dividing E R (Schneider 814; N.2010; S.2536), very fine

£3,500-4,500

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink, ex Dupree collection Alderman H. Hird collection W.L. Raynes, Glendining, 15-17 February 1950, lot 158 Listed in Raynes as ex Haliburton Young, Bieber, Bliss and Heath collections

631 631 (x1.5) 631

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1583-1600, ¿ Halfcrown, 1.42g, m.m. -/tun, crowned bust with flowing hair and elaborate dress left, rev. crowned shield dividing E R (Schneider 819; N.2011; S.2537), attractive, nearly extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, June 1986 169

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632 (x1.5)

632

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Pound, 10.95g, m.m. 2, crowned bust with flowing hair and elaborate dress left, rev. crowned garnished shield dividing E R (Schneider 806; N.2008; S.2539), obverse weakness, good fine/very fine, rare with this mintmark

£3,000-4,000

633

633

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Crown, 29.49g, m.m. 1, crowned bust wearing elaborate dress and holding sceptre, left, orb, right, rev. garnished shield over long cross fourchée (N.2012; S.2582), nearly very fine

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634

634 (x1.5)

634

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Halfcrown, 14.85g, m.m. 1, crowned bust left wearing elaborate dress holding sceptre, left, orb, right, rev. garnished shield over long cross fourchée (N.2012; S.2583), nearly very fine

£1,200-1,500

635 635

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Sixpence, 3.06g, 1602, m.m. 1, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2015; S.2585), good detail, good very fine

£250-350

636 636

Elizabeth I, seventh issue, 1600-02, Sixpence, 2.98g, 1602, m.m. 2, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2015; S.2585), weak in places, very fine, scarce

171

£150-200


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637 (x2)

637

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Half Pound, 5.42g, m.m. lis, crowned bust with decorated dress left, rev. crowned shield dividing E R, edge grained (Schneider 760; Borden and Brown, 6, R1/B5; N.2019/4; S.2543), slight weakness on shield, minor crease, very fine PROVENANCE:

V.J.E. Ryan, Glendining, 28-30 June 1950, lot 353 A. Mann, Sotheby, 29 October 1917, lot 311

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638

638 (x2)

638

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Gold Crown, 2.76g, m.m. lis, crowned bust with decorated dress left, rev. crowned shield dividing E R, FIDIEI, edge grained (Schneider 762; Borden and Brown, 9, O1/R1; N.2020/3; S.2544), small depression behind head, otherwise a few light marks, lustrous, attractive, extremely fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Slaney, Spink auction 163, 15 May 2003, lot 8 Bt. Baldwin 1953

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639 639

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Shilling, 6.35g, large flan, 32 mm., m.m. star, crowned bust with decorated dress left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (Borden and Brown 15 O2/R2; N.2023; S.2590), some light marks, lightly toned, very fine, rare

£900-1,100

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink

640 640 (x1.5) 640

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Shilling, 6.19g, small flan, 29.5 mm., m.m. star, crowned bust with decorated dress left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (Borden and Brown 17 O1/R1; N.2023; S.2592), lightly toned, good very fine

641

641

642

642

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Sixpence, 3.09g, 1562, m.m. star, crowned bust with plain dress left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (Borden and Brown 23 O6/R8; N.2025/1; S.2594), very fine

£280-330

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Sixpence, 2.90g, 1562, m.m. star, crowned bust with decorated dress left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (Borden and Brown 24 O3/R6; N.2026; S.2595), good very fine

£350-450

PROVENANCE:

Norweb II, Spink auction 48, 13 November 1985, lot 377 Bt. Spink, March 1966 Ex Snellenburg Jnr collection, 1965

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643 643 (x1.5) 643

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Sixpence, 3.13g, 1564/3, m.m. star, pellet border, crowned bust with decorated dress left, rev. shield over long cross pattée (Borden and Brown 33 O2/R2; N.2028; S.2598), good bust detail, lightly toned, good very fine

£400-500

644 644

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Sixpence, 3.13g, 1567, m.m. lis, crowned small bust left, REGIN, rev. shield over long cross pattée (Borden and Brown 38 O2/R2; N.2030; S.2599), very fine, scarce PROVENANCE: With old ticket indicating ex F Carter collection - this sold between 1776 and 1784.

£280-350

645 645 (x1.5) 645

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Groat, 2.18g, m.m. star, crowned bust with decorated dress left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (Borden and Brown 18 O1/R1; N.2032; S.2601), small flan edge split at 5 o’clock, otherwise attractive and about extremely fine, rare

£600-700

646 646 (x1.5) 646

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Threepence, 1.41g, 1561, m.m. star, crowned bust with plain dress left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (Borden and Brown 44 O1/R1; N.2033; S.2602), lightly creased, nearly very fine, rare 175

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647

647

Tudors monarchs, Æ Medals (5), from the Dassier’s 1731 Kings and Queens of England series, Henry VII, Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary and Elizabeth I, 40 mm. (Eimer 527, nos. 25, 27, 30, 38, 79), one with edge mount hole, generally very fine

£80-100

648

648

Nineteenth century copies of medals relating to Tudor monarchs (3), Mary, 33 mm, silvered electrotype of the portrait from the famous Jacopo da Trezzo medal, rev. plain on which engraved QUEEN MARY, extremely fine, Lady Jane Grey, Æ 34 m.m. bust half left, rev. crowned rose dividing crowned I R, extremely fine, Elizabeth I, white metal electrotype of the Elizabeth I Garter Badge medal, 1582, very fine, along with a modern Æ prize medal, extremely fine (4)

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649 649 (x1.5)

649

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.08g, Crux type, Colchester, Wulfwine, draped bust left, sceptre before, rev. ÞVLFÞINE M-O COLEC, voided short cross within inner circle, a letter of CRVX in each angle (N.770; S.1148), attractively toned, almost extremely fine

£300-350

PROVENANCE:

F. Elmore Jones, Glendining, 12-13 May 1971, lot 206

650 650 (x1.5)

650

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.13g, short cross type, Colchester, Godric, diademed bust left, sceptre before, rev. +GODRIC ON COLEC, voided short cross, arms extending from a central pellet within annulet (N.790; S.1159), minor edge split below bust, almost extremely fine, rare for this mint

£300-400

651 651 (x1.5)

651

Harold I (1035-40), Penny, 1.12g, jewel cross type, Colchester, Wulfwine, diademed bust left, rev. +ÞVLÞINE ON COL.ECE, central pellet from which extend four lobes cruciform linked at base (N.802; S.1163), a little weak on face, toned, almost extremely fine, very rare for this mint PROVENANCE:

G.V. Doubleday, Glendining, 6 October 1987, lot 96

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Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.43g, pointed helmet type, Colchester, Brunhyse, bearded bust with pointed helmet, holding sceptre, right, rev. +BRVHNESE ON COLEC, voided short cross, each arm terminating with three crescents, extending from a central annulet (N.825; S.1179), peck behind bust, very fine, very rare for this mint

£450-550

PROVENANCE:

R.P. Mack collection, SCBI 20, 1209, this coin With Mack’s ticket

653 653 (x1.5)

653

Harold II (1066), Penny, 1.20g, Pax type, without sceptre, Colchester, Wulfwig, crowned head left, rev. +ÞVLFÞIG ON COLEC, panel within inner circle on which PAX (N.837; S.1187), weakly struck, a rare type, extremely rare for this mint, very fine

£2,500-3,500

PROVENANCE:

G.V. Doubleday, Glendining, 6 October 1987, lot 118 With Doubleday’s ticket

654 654 (x1.5)

654

William I (1066-87), Penny, 1.23g, profile right type, Colchester, Wulfwine, crowned bust right holding sceptre before, rev. +ÞVLFÞINE ON COL, cross pattée within inner circle from which a voided trefoil extends into each angle (N.847; S.1256), nearly very fine, rare for this mint PROVENANCE:

Bt. Gillis, 1996 Ex. William J. Conte

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William II (1087-1100), Penny, 1.07g, Colchester, Wulfwine, cross in quatrefoil type, facing crowned bust holding sword to left, rev. +ÞVLFÞINE ON COL, cross pattée, arms extending from a central annulet, within quatrefoil, pellet on each cusp (N.852; S.1259), minor edge loss between 6 and 8 o’clock, rare for this mint

£1,500-2,000

656 656 (x1.5) 656

Henry I (1100-35), Penny, 1.46g, star in lozenge fleury type (BMC 13), Colchester, Ailward, crowned bust left holding sceptre before, rev. +[AIL[..]D:OH.COLEC., star within quadrilateral, fleur on each tip, trefoil formed of annulets in each angle (N.869; S.1274), bold bust, good very fine, very rare for this mint

£1,800-2,500

PROVENANCE:

L.M. Stack, Sotheby, 22-23 April 1999, lot 653 Ex Dresser, lot 2247 R.C. Lockett, Glendining, 6-9 June 1955, lot 1068 Lt. Col. H.W. Morrieson, Sotheby, 20 November 1933, lot 96 Rev. J.H. Pollenfex, Sotheby, 26 June 1900, lot 57 With Stack’s ticket

657 657 (x1.5) 657

Stephen (1135-54), Penny, 1.08g, ‘Watford’ type (BMC 1), Colchester, Edward, crowned bust right, sceptre before, rev. +[..]ÞARD:ON:COL, cross moline, fleur in each angle (N.873; S.1278), lightly crimped, nearly very fine, rare for this mint PROVENANCE:

W.H. Pheatt, DNW, 21 March 1995

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Henry II (1154-89), Penny, 1.45g, ‘Tealby’ coinage, 1158-80, Colchester, Pieres, class E, crowned facing bust, sceptre left, rev. +PIE[..]:COLE., cross potent with small cross potent in each angle (N.960; S.1341), usual weakness, lightly toned, nearly very fine, extremely rare for this mint

£180-250

PROVENANCE:

F. Elmore Jones, Glendining, 10 April 1984, lot 1424 (part)

MALDON

659 659 (x1.5)

659

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.14g, last small cross type, Maldon, Aethelwine, diademed bust left, rev. +AEÐELÞINE MΩ ON MAE, cross pattée within inner circle (N.777; S.1154), even dark tone, extremely fine, extremely rare mint for this type

£600-800

660 660 (x1.5)

660

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.04g, pointed helmet type, Maldon, Aelfwine, helmeted bust left, sceptre before, rev. +AELFÞINE ON MAEL.DV, voided short cross, arms extending from pellet within central annulet, broken annulet in each angle (N.787; S.1158), toned, attractive, good very fine/extremely fine, rare for this mint

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661 661 (x1.5)

661

Harold I (1035-40), Penny, 1.16g, jewel cross type, Maldon, Leofthegn, diademed bust left, rev. +L.EOGÐEGN ON NEL, trefoil after NEL, central pellet from which extend four lobes cruciform linked at base (N.802; S.1163), two peck marks on obverse, sometime cleaned, good very fine, extremely rare

£2,500-3,500

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Baldwin, 2008 This type is recorded for one coin for this mint. This example is most likely only the second known.

662 662 (x1.5) 662

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.14g, facing bust type, Maldon, Godwine, crowned facing bust, rev. +GODÞINE ON MAELDV:, small cross pattée, pellet in first quarter (N.830; S.1183), double struck in places, on a large flan, attractive even tone, extremely fine/good very fine, extremely rare type for this mint

£500-600

PROVENANCE:

P. Arnot, DNW, 21 March 1995, lot 348 G.V. Doubleday, Glendining, 6 October 1987, lot 342

663 663 (x1.5)

663

William I (1066-87), Penny, 1.38g, Paxs type, Maldon, Lifesun, crowned facing bust holding sceptre right, rev. +LIFESVN ON MAEL, cross pattée, an annulet in each angle containing a letter of PAXS (N.848; S.1257), obverse struck from rusty die, double struck in places on reverse, nearly very fine, extremely rare for this mint

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665

664 664

666

665 (x1.5)

Ambiani Gallo-Belgic C, c.80-50 BC, gold Stater, 6.33g, wreath head, rev. horse right (Mack 26; Rudd ABC 13; Spink 5), nearly very fine

£350-450

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1960 665

Catuvellauni, uninscribed coinage, c.50 BC, gold Quarter Stater, 1.25g, crossed wreath, rev. horse right, wheel above, ring pellet linked with spoke to horse, right, ring pellets below (Mack -; cf Rudd ABC 2463, obverse only; BMC -; cf S.43), a new type, apparently not previously noted, extremely fine, extremely rare

£1,000-1,200

PROVENANCE:

Found near Epping, Essex, 2010 The obverse of this coin matches the obverse of ABC 2463, which Rudd calls the ‘Harlow wheel type’. The reverse though is quite different with a neatly executed horse with a large ring pellet linked to it’s chest and two ring pellets below the horse. 666

Cantii, uninscribed coinage, c.50 BC, gold Quarter Stater, 1.25g, plain with small raised metal pellet, rev. stylised Roman trophy (Mack 36, BMC 444; Rudd ABC 195; S.47 var.), very fine, rare, better than that illustrated in Rudd

667

669

668

667

£250-350

Regni and Atrebates, c.50 BC, gold Stater, 5.88g, plain, rev. three tailed horse right, wheel below (Mack 59; Rudd BMC 461-75; ABC 488; Spink 139), good very fine

£250-300

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1960 668

669

Regni and Atrebates, c.50 BC, gold Stater, 5.90g, plain, rev. three tailed horse right, wheel below (Mack 59; Rudd BMC 461-75; ABC 488; Spink 139), mark on obverse, very fine

£220-260

Catuvellauni, Tasciovanus (c.25 BC - AD 10), gold Stater, 5.29g, crossed wreath, rev. TASC around horseman right holding carnyx, wheel behind, ring pellet in ex. (Mack 154; BMC 1620-21; Rudd ABC 2565; S.217) very fine

£600-700

670 670 (x1.5) 670

Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, Cunobelin (c.AD 8 - 41), gold Stater, 5.40g, linear type, corn ear dividing CA - MV, rev. horse rearing right, branch above dividing two pellets, CVN below (Mack 210; BMC 1772-83; Rudd ABC 2774; S.281), very fine WWW.spinK.Com

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671 671 (x1.5) Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, Cunobelin, gold Stater, 5.40g, plastic type, corn ear dividing CA - MV, rev. horse rearing right, branch above, below which a small star, ring pellet beneath, CVNO above exergual line (Mack 212; BMC 1804-08; Rudd ABC 2783; S.283), weakness on corn ear, very fine/good very fine

671

£800-1,000

672 672 (x1.5) Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, Cunobelin, silver Unit, 0.89g, pellet ring within quadrilateral with rams head terminals over pelleted cross each arm terminating with an annulet, rev. horse left, branch above, pellet ring beneath head, CVNO below (Mack -; BMC -; Rudd ABC 2837; S. -), very fine, an extremely rare type

672

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Found at Morton, Essex, 2013 Recorded on the Portable Antiquities Scheme Database, PAS no. ESS-039F52 Corieltauvi, uninscribed coinage, plated, gold over Æ core, Stater, 4.65g, blank, rev. horse left, sun below (Mack 459; BMC-; Rudd ABC 1752; S.390), plating corroded on obverse, good reverse, about very fine, Cantii, potin cast coinage, Unit (3), class I (3), 1.54g, stylised head right, rev. stylised bull (Rudd ABC 171; S.63), good fine, 1.44g, similar, chipped, good fine, 2.06g, similar, full flan, fair (4)

673

674

675 674 (x2)

674

£120-150

675 (x1.5)

Anglo-Saxon, early Sceatta coinage, transitional issues by Thrymsa moneyers, c.675-85, Sceatta, 1.12g, Vanimundus type, type B, head right, pellet below chin, cross behind, legend around, TIW[..], rev. cross within wreath, blundered inscription around (M.85-7; S.774), a field find, very fine, rare

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE:

Found near Wingham, Canterbury, Kent, 2013 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2013.0291 675

Anglo-Saxon, primary phase, c.680-c.710, Sceatta, 1.23g, series A, head right, rev. standard (Abr. A050; N.40; S.775), edge nick, lightly toned, good very fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1960 183

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677

Anglo Saxon secondary phase, 710-60, Sceatta, 0.95g, series K, bust right, cross before, rev. wolf headed serpent right (Abr. K420; N.93; S.803D) an uncleaned field find, bold reverse, good fine/very fine, rare

£300-400

Northumbria, Aethelred II (first reign, 841-843/4), Styca, 1.25g, Eanred (N.188; S.865), very fine, Archbishops of York, Wigmund (837-849/50), Styca, 1.02g, Coenred (N.196; S.870), very fine (2)

£80-100

678 x678

x679

Northumbria, Aethelred II, first reign, Styca (2), 1.17g, Eanred (N.188; S.865), good very fine, second reign, 1.30g, Fordred (N.190; S.868), good very fine, Archbishops of York, Wigmund, Stycas (2), 1.22g, 1.04g, both Coenred (N.196; S.870), good very fine (4)

£200-250

Archbishops of York, Wigmund (837-49/50), Stycas (4), 1.16g, 1.07g, 1.20g, all Coenred (3) (N.196; S.870), very fine, 1.22g, Hunlaf (N.196; S.870), very fine (4)

£100-150

680 680 (x1.5) 680

681

Mercia, Offa (757-96), light coinage, c.780-92, Penny, 1.07g, portrait type, London, Dud, large diademed bust right, OFFA REX before, rev. +/D/V/D, in uncial letters, in angles of four lobes cruciform over a cross botonée, trefoil tipped arms of a cross botonée in angles (Chick 24; Blunt 28; N.296; S.905), edge crack below bust, porous surfaces, full flan, good fine, an extremely rare type

£1,500-2,000

PROVENANCE:

Found at Wingham Well, Kent, 2005 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, EMC 2009.0091 and BNJ Coin Register 2010, 164. Chick notes one other example for type 24. This coin is from the same dies. The reverse die is also found on Chick type 25. 681

Mercia, Burgred (852-74), Penny, 1.16g, late phase, after 866, Diga, vertical style, bust right, small cross in central tunic panel, BVRGRED REX-, rev. MON/DIGA/ETA, six pellets after DIGA, reverse type A (N.423; S.938), edge loss between 11 and 3 o’clock, otherwise very fine PROVENANCE:

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682 682 (x1.5) Mercia, Burgred, Penny, 0.97g, late phase, after 866, Guthmund, vertical style, bust right, tunic with four panels, BVRGRED REX, rev. DMON/GVDMVH/ETA, reverse type A (N.423; S.938), obverse weakness, nearly very fine/very fine, scarce moneyer PROVENANCE: MacKay Collection

682

683

£300-400

684 684 (x1.5)

683

684

Danelaw, East Anglia, c.885-915, St Eadmund memorial coinage, middle phase, Penny, 1.30g, Bado, A, within inner circle, +SC EADMV, rev. +BADO AAII F, cross pattée within inner circle (N.483; S.961), edge chip, nearly very fine PROVENANCE: Bt. Seaby, c.1960

£180-220

Viking Kingdom of York (c.895-905), Penny, 1.43g, patriarchal cross, +CNVT REX around, rev. +CVNNETTI, small cross pattée, a pellet in two angles (N.501; S.993), lightly toned, very fine PROVENANCE: MacKay collection

£400-500

685 685 (x1.5) 685

686

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.15g, first small cross type, York, Fastolf, diademed bust left, +AEÐELRED RE+ AE, rev. +FTSOLF NO EFER, small cross pattée within inner circle (N.764; S.1143), two minor edge chips, nearly very fine/good fine, very rare Fastolf was a prolific moneyer for Eadgar at York. He is known for a single coin for Edward the Martyr and another example of the Aethelred II first small cross type as well as the first hand type. The first small cross type of Aethelred II is by far the most difficult to find of the reform coinage small cross issues of Eadgar, Edward the Martyr and Aethelred II. Aethelred II, Penny, 1.56g, Crux type, Bedford, Aelfstan, bust left, sceptre before, rev. +AELFSTAN M-O BEDAFO, voided short cross, a letter of CRVX in each angle (N.770; S.1148), pierced, good fine, scarce mint, Cnut, Penny, 0.91, pointed helmet type, York, Sunulf, rev. +SVNOLF M-EOF: (N.787; S.1158), obverse double struck, lightly toned, nearly very fine (2) PROVENANCE: Both, Bt. Seaby, c.1960 185

£1,200-1,500

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688

Aethelred II, Penny, 1.32g, long cross type, Exeter, Wulfsige, draped bust left, rev. +ÞVLFSIGE M.O EAXE, voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N.774; S.1151), small perforation, peck marks, otherwise nearly very fine

£100-150

Aethelred II, Penny, 1.14g, long cross type, Lincoln, Dreng, draped bust left, rev. +DRENG MΩ O LINC, voided long cross (N.774; S.1151), fine, Cnut, Penny, 0.97g, short cross type, London, Brungar, diademed bust left, sceptre before, rev. +BRVNGAR ON LV, voided short cross (N.790; S.1159), chip, about fine (2)

£100-150

689 689

690

691

Aethelred II, Penny, 1.39g, last small cross type, York, Hildolf, diademed bust left, rev. +HILDOLF M-O EOFRÞIC, small cross pattée within inner circle (N.777; S.1154), very fine

£180-220

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.01g, pointed helmet type, Winchester, Aelfstan, helmeted bust left, sceptre before, rev. voided short cross arms extending from central pellets within annulet, broken annulet in angles (N.787; S.1159), fair/fine

£40-60

Cnut, Penny, 0.95g, pointed helmet type, York, Swartinc, helmeted bust left, sceptre before, rev. +SVARTINC M-O EOF, voided short cross, arms extending from central annulet, broken annulet in angles (N.787; S.1158), nearly very fine

£120-150

692 692 (x1.5) 692

Cnut, ‘posthumous’ types, Penny, 0.72g, jewel cross type, Leofric, London, armoured, diademed bust left, [..]VT-RECX A[.], rev. +LEOFRIC ON [..]NE, four lobes cruciform linked at base with pellet within an annulet (N.797; S.1160), large chip, cracked, stained, otherwise very fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1960, 45s-0d This very rare type is thought to have been struck under the auspices of Cnut’s widow, Emma of Normandy. Another view considers it an issue of Harthacnut, bearing an abbreviated name in the same manner as the Cnut arm and sceptre pennies.

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693 693 (x1.5) 693

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.10g, trefoil quadrilateral type, Huntingdon, Aelfwine, diademed bust left, sceptre before, rev. +AEL.FÞINE ON HVNTE, quadrilateral with a trefoil on each tip over a voided short cross, small pellet by inner circle in first and third quarters (Eaglen, BNJ 199, 261(4), dies Aa - this coin; N.817; S.1174), minor flan crack at 4 o’clock, lightly toned, good very fine, rare type for this mint

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

MacKay Collection G.V. Doubleday, Glendining, 6 October 1987, lot 171 Sonia Carr, Sotheby, 3 December 1956, lot 122 With Doubleday’s ticket 694

Edward the Confessor, Penny, 0.60g, small flan type, London, Wulfwine, diademed bust left, rev. +ÞVLFÞINE ON LVN, voided short cross (N.818; S.1175), porous, nearly very fine

695 695

696

£120-150

696

Edward the Confessor, Penny, 1.28g, hammer cross type, Hastings, Wulfric, bearded crowned bust right, sceptre before, rev. +ÞVLFRIC ON HASTI, voided short cross, each limb terminating in an incurved segment of a circle (N.828; S.1182), crack, otherwise nearly very fine

£150-200

Edward the Confessor, Penny, 1.04g, facing bust/small cross type, London, Aelfward, facing crowned bust, rev. +AELFÞARD ON LVND, small cross pattée (N.830; S.1183), tooling in obverse fields, otherwise toned, good very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

MacKay Collection

697 697 (x1.5) 697

Edward the Confessor, Penny, 1.27g, pyramids type, Canterbury, Edward, bearded, crowned bust right, sceptre before, rev. +EADÞARD ON CANTV, voided cross within inner circle from which a pellet tipped pyramid projects into each angle (N.831; S.1184), bowed flan, toned, good portrait, good very fine, rare mint for this type PROVENANCE:

MacKay collection Spink auction 175, 28-19 September 2005, lot 1350 SCMB, December 1979, E577 187

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699 699 (x1.5)

698

William I (1066-87), Penny, 1.37g, Paxs type, Chichester, Brunman, facing crowned bust holding sceptre to right, rev. +BRVMAN ON CICE, cross pattée, an annulet in each angle containing a letter of PAXS (N.848; S.1257), nearly very fine

£300-350

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1960 699

William I, Penny, 1.39g, Paxs type, Salisbury, Godwine, facing crowned bust holding secptre to right, rev. +GODÞINE ON SIBI, cross pattée, an annulet in each angle containing a letter of PAXS (N.848; S.1257), toned, very fine

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

MacKay collection Bt. P. Minns, York, 1978

700 700

701

702

703

701

William I, Penny, 1.38g, Paxs type, ?Southwark, Leofwine, facing crowned bust holding sceptre to right, rev. +LEOFÞINE ON [.]VÞ, cross pattée, an annulet in each angle containing a letter of PAXS (N.848; S.11257), occlusion on obverse, nearly very fine

£250-300

William I, Penny, 1.41g, Paxs type, Winchester, Lifinc, facing crowned bust holding sceptre to right, rev. +LIFINC ON ÞINCI, cross pattée, an annulet in each angle containing a letter of PAXS (N.848; S.1257), nearly very fine

£350-450

Henry II (1154-89), ‘Tealby’ coinage, 1158-80, Penny, 1.45g, class A, Norwich, uncertain moneyer, facing crowned bust, sceptre left, rev. +[...]NORWI, large cross potent, small cross potent in each angle (N.952; S.1337), typical weakness, good fine

£80-100

Henry II, short cross coinage, 1180-89, Penny, 1.43g, class Ib, London, rev. +DAVI.ON.LVND (N.963; S.1344), good fine, John, Penny, 1.17g, class 5b, London, rev. +WALTER.ON.LV, very fine, Henry III, long cross Penny, 1.31g, class 4b, London (N.989/1; S.1366), fine, Edward I, Penny, 1.32g, class 3c, London (N.1018; S.1389), nearly very fine (4)

£180-220

PROVENANCE:

All bt. Seaby, c.1960 704

705

John (1199-1216), Penny, 1.51g, 5c, Ipswich, Johan, rev. IOHAN.ON.GIPE (N.971; S.1352), nearly very fine, Henry III, long cross coinage, 1247-72, Penny, 1.43g, London, Nicole, class II, rev. NICOLE ON LVND (N.985/1; S.1361), nearly very fine, Edward I, Penny, 1.23g, class 9, Canterbury (N.1036; S.1408), fine, Edward II, Penny, 1.24g, London. class 13 (N.1064; S.1459), about fine (4)

£80-100

Henry III (1216-72), long cross coinage, 1247-72, Penny, 1.36g, 5g, London, Renaud, rev. RENAVD ON LVND, good fine, Edward I, Pennies (2), Bury St Edmunds, Canterbury, fine (3)

£50-60

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706 x706

707

708

Edward III (1327-77), fourth coinage, pre treaty period, 1351-61, Noble, 7.72g, London, series G, m.m. cross 3, king, crowned, standing facing in ship holding sword, left, and shield, right, saltire stops, rev. floriate cross, arms extending from central panel containing large letter E, crowned leopard in each angle, a small pellet each side of the tip of upper arm, MEDIVIM (cf Schneider 51; N.1182; S.1490), water worn, good fine/nearly very fine

£600-800

Edward III (2), fourth coinage, pre treaty period, 1351-61, Groat, 4.52g, London, m.m. cross 1, series C, annulet stops, rev. reverse barred Ns, open C (N.1147; S.1565), good fine, Halfgroat, 2.35g, similar (N.1148; S.1574), fine (2)

£50-60

Edward III, fourth coinage, pre treaty period, 1351-61, Farthing, 0.29g, series E, London, thin lettering, +EDWARDVS.REX, rev. CIVITAS LONDON (N.1172; S.1609), nearly very fine, scarce, Henry V, Halfpenny, 0.52g, class G, London. m.m. pierced cross, rev. CIVITAS LONDON, as Henry VI annulet issue (N.1412/1434; S.1797/1848), very fine (2)

£140-180

709

709 (x1.5)

709

Edward III, fourth coinage, transitional treaty period, 1361, Groat, 4.50g, m.m. cross potent, annulet on cusps by crown, rev. CIVITAS LONDON (N.1225; S.1610), one or two scuffs, field find tone, very fine, rare

189

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Edward III, fourth coinage, treaty period, 1361-69, Noble, 7.68g, London, king, crowned, standing facing in ship holding sword, left, and shield, right, annulet before EDWARD, rev. floriate cross, arms extending from central panel containing letter E, crowned leopard in angles, MEDIV (cf Schneider 86-87; N.1232; S.1503), good very fine

£1,800-2,200

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink, 1994

711 711 (x1.5) 711

Edward III, fourth coinage, treaty period, 1361-69, Quarter-Noble, 1.93g, shield within tressure, rev. floriate cross, arms extending from central panel containing a lis (Schneider 81-2; N.1243; S.1510), very fine

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1960

712 712 (x1.5) 712

Edward III, fourth coinage, treaty period, 1361-69, Quarter-Noble, 1.67g, m.m. cross potent, shield within tressure, annulet before EDWARD, rev. floriate cross arms extending from central panel within which a lis, leopard in angles (Schneider 90; N.1244; S.1511), very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Found near Southend, Essex, 2012 713

Edward III, fourth coinage, treaty period, 1361-69, Quarter-Noble, 1.85g, London (N.1244; S.1511), pierced, fair, Charles I, ¿ Crown, 1.97g, group B, m.m. ?plume, crowned bust right, rev. crowned square topped shield (Schneider II, 236; Brooker -; N.2182; S.2712), about fine (2) WWW.spinK.Com

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715

Richard II (1377-99), Penny, 1.20g, York, type Ia, cross on chest (N.1329; S.1690), about fine, Halfpenny, 0.61g, London, intermediate style (N.1331b; S.1699), good fine, Henry V, Halfpenny (3), 0.42g, 0.54g, class D (2), London (N.1410; S.1779), good fine, 0.44g, class G, London, rev. as Henry VI annulet type (N.1412/1434; S.1797/1848), good fine (5)

£120-150

Henry V (1413-22), Groat, 3.45g, class C type 2, m.m. cross with sunk centre, mullet in right shoulder, no quatrefoil after HENRIC, FRANC, rev. CIVITAS LONDON (N.1387b; S.1765), fine

£100-120

716 716

717

718

719

Henry VI (first reign, 1422-61), annulet issue, 1422-30, Noble, 6.90g, London, m.m lis, king, standing facing in ship holding sword, left, and shield, right, lis after HENRIC, trefoil stops, rev. floriate cross, arms extending from central panel containing letter H, crowned leopard in angles, annulet stops, lis after IHC, EDIVM (Schneider 274-90 - this reverse not represented; N.1414; S.1799), water worn, fine

£500-700

VILLA CALISIE,

Henry VI, first reign, annulet issue, 1422-30, Groat, 3.74g, Calais, m.m. cross II, rev. added pellets (N.1424; S.1836), good fine

£40-50

Henry VI, first reign, annulet issue, 1422-30 (2), Groat, 3.19g, Calais, m.m. cross II (N.1424; S.1836), fine, Penny, 0.89g, Calais, m.m. cross V/-, annulet each side of neck, rev. VILLA CALISIE, added annulet in each angle (N.1432; S.1845), toned, very fine (2)

£60-80

Henry VI (3), first reign, rosette mascle issue, 1430-31, Groat, 3.58g, early type, rosettes only, Calais, m.m cross II/V, rosette stops, rev. VILLA CALISIE (N.1446; S.1859), scuffed, fine, annulet issue, 1422-30 (2), Halfgroat, 1.85g, Calais, m.m. cross II/-, annulet each side of neck, rev. VILLA CALISIE, added annulets, saltire before and after M of IVTOREM (N.1429; S.1840), good fine, Penny, 0.87g, Calais, annulets by neck (N.1432; S.1845), fine (3)

£80-100

720 720 (x1.5) 720

Edward IV (first reign, 1461-70), light coinage, 1464-70, Ryal, 7.68g, London, m.m. crown, king, crowned, standing facing in ship holding sword, left and shield, right, letter E on flag at stern, rose on hull, trefoil stops, rev. rose over radiate sun over royal cross, crowned leopard on each angle, large fleurs in spandrels (Schneider 358; N.1549; S.1950), an attractive example, almost extremely fine 191

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Edward IV, sixteenth century Flemish imitation of a London Ryal, 7.30g, Gorinchem, m.m. crown, king, crowned, standing facing in ship holding sword, left, and shield, right, flag with letter E at stern, rose on hull, rev. rose over radiant sun over royal cross, crowned leopards in angles (S.1952), from a mount, polished, fine

722 722

723

£200-250

723

Edward IV, first reign, light coinage, 1464-70, Groat, 2.86g, London, m.m. sun, quatrefoils by neck, fleurs on cusps, rev. CIVITAS LONDON, lis after CIVITAS (N.1569; S.2000), nearly very fine

£80-100

Edward IV, first reign, light coinage, 1464-70, Groat, York, 2.82g, m.m. lis. quatrefoils by neck, no mark on breast, rev. CIVITAS EBORACI (N.1583, type VIIIB; S.2013), edge split, fine, rare

£90-110

724 724 (x1.5) 724

Edward IV (second reign, 1471-83), Angel, 5.08g, m.m. pierced cross with pellet in fourth quarter, St Michael spearing dragon, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing E and a rose (cf Schneider 464; N.1626; S.2091), edge test cut at 7 o’clock, rusty obverse die, very fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, May 1951 Ex L.A. Lawrence collection

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725 725

726

Edward IV, second reign, Groat, 2.99g, London, type XIII, m.m. large annulet/trefoil, trefoils on cusps, rev. CIVITAS LONDON (N.1631; S.2096), old tone, nearly very fine

£80-100

Edward IV second reign, Groat, 2.90g, London, m.m. short cross fitchée, trefoils on cusps, no marks, rev. CIVITAS LONDON (N.1631; S.2096), good fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1950

727 727 (x1.5) 727

728

Henry VII (1485-1509), Angel, 5.07g, type III, m.m. inverted anchor, St Michael spearing dragon, BI GRA, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing H and a rose, RED (cf Schneider 527-28; N.1696; S.2183), very fine

£1,200-1,500

Henry VII, Halfgroat, 1.51g, type IIIc, Canterbury, m.m. tun (N.1712; S.2211), very fine, Henry VIII, first coinage, 1509-26, Penny, 0.67g, sovereign type, Durham, m.m. lis, Bishop Ruthall, seated king, rev. T D above shield over long cross fourchée (N.1776; S.2331), fine (2)

£100-130

729 729 (x1.5)

729

Henry VIII (1509-47), first coinage, 1509-26, Angel, 5.09g, m.m. castle with H/castle, St Michael spearing dragon, AGL Z FRA, rev. shield within ship, cross above dividing H and a rose, REDETO (cf Schneider 560; N.1760; S.2265), very fine PROVENANCE:

B.J. Dawson, 1993 193

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731

Henry VIII, first coinage, 1509-26, Halfgroat, 1.59g, York, Archbishop Wolsey, m.m. voided cross, crowned bust right, rev. CIVITAS EBORACI, shield over long cross fourchée, keys and cardinal’s hat below (N.1805; 2346), weak in places, very fine

£100-130

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.52g, m.m. lis, crowned bust right, Laker bust D, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1797; S.2337E), good fine

£100-130

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1960 732

Henry VIII, second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.70g, m.m. lis, crowned bust right, Laker bust D (N.1797; S.2337E), nearly very fine, Edward VI (2), coinage in name of Henry VIII, 1547-50, Groat, 2.11g, York, m.m. none, Roman lettering, facing bearded crowned bust, bust 5, rev. CIVITAS EBORACI, broken annulet in forks (N.1876; S.2409), about fine, fine issue, 1551-53, Sixpence, 2.73g, m.m. Y, facing crowned bust half left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1938; S.2483), creased, about fine (3)

£150-200

733

733 (x2)

733

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Crown of the Double Rose, 2.99g, Bristol, m.m. crowned rose, crowned H and R each side, quatrefoil after VIII, rose after SPINA, rev. crowned shield, crowned R and H each side, rose at end of legend (Schneider 640; N.1836; S. 2309A), toned and an attractive example, good very fine, rare WS,

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, May 1951, £13-0-0

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734 (x2)

734

Henry VIII, third coinage, 1544-47, Testoon, 6.99g, Tower, m.m. lis, crowned facing bust, HENRIC VIII, rev. crowned rose dividing crown H and R (N.1841; S.2364), a few surface marks, pleasing detail of portrait and an attractive example of this coin, good silver, good very fine for issue

195

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736

Edward VI (1547-53), fine issue, 1551-53, Shilling, 5.94g, m.m. Y (N.1937; S.2482), about fine, Elizabeth I, second issue, 1560-61, Shilling, 5.87g, m.m. martlet (N.1985; S.2555), scuffed, fine, James I, second coinage, 1604-19, Shilling, 5.85g, m.m. rose, third bust (N.2099; S.2654), fine (3)

£100-130

Edward VI, fine issue, 1551-53, Sixpence, 2.81g, m.m. tun, facing crowned bust half left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1938; S.2483), some weakness, good fine

£120-150

737 737

Mary (sole rule 1553-54), Groat, 2.07g, m.m. pomegranate, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1960; S.2492), nearly very fine

REGI,

£180-220

738 738

Mary, Groat, 2.05g, m.m. pomegranate, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1960; S.2492), light crease, nearly very fine

£150-200

739 739

Philip and Mary (1554-58), Groat, 1.85g, m.m. lis. crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1973; S.2508), crack, otherwise nearly very fine

£120-150

740 740 (x1.5) 740

Philip and Mary, Halfgroat, 0.97g, m.m. lis, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1961; S.2509), slight creasing, good fine, very rare

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Elizabeth I (1558-1603), second issue, 1560-61, Shilling, 6.22g, m.m. martlet, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1985; S.2555), flan edge split at 8 o’clock, dark tone, good bust, very fine

£300-350

742

742 (x1.5)

742

743

Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Half-Pound, 5.00g, m.m. rose/rose over cross crosslet, crowned bust left, rev. crowned shield dividing E R (Schneider 739; N.1994, S.2520), weak in places, very fine PROVENANCE: Bt. Seaby, May 1951, £11-10-0. Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues, 1561-77, Sixpences (2), 2.99g, 1561, m.m. pheon, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1887; S.2560), edge split, nearly very fine, 2.95g, 1568, m.m. coronet, rev. inverted 8 in date (N.1997; S.2562), fine/good fine (2)

197

£2,500-3,500

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744 (x1.5)

744

Elizabeth I, sixth issue, 1582-1600, Sovereign, 14.80g, m.m. tun, Queen enthroned holding orb and sceptre, portcullis at feet, pellet stops, rev. square topped shield on Tudor rose, pellet stops (Schneider 783; N.2003; S.2529), minor flan crack at 7 o’clock, sometime mounted, about very fine/very fine, rare PROVENANCE: St James auction II, 8 May 2009, lot 57

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Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Shilling, 6.11g, intermediate size, 30 mm., crowned bust left with decorated dress, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2023; S.2591), tooled in reverse fields, weak on face, fine

£100-130

746 746

747

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70, Sixpence, 3.02g, 1562, m.m. star, crowned bust left, plain dress, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2025/2; S.2594), nearly very fine

£140-180

Elizabeth I, milled coinage, 1561-70 (2), Sixpence, 2.80g, 1562, m.m. star, crowned bust with plain dress right, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2025/2; S.2594), fine, Twopence, 0.99g, m.m. star, crowned bust left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2037; S.2606), about fine, rare (2)

£100-130

748 x748

749

James I (1603-25), second coinage, 1604-19, Unite, 9.80g, m.m. coronet, fourth crowned, armoured bust right holding sceptre, left, and orb, right, rev. crowned garnished shield dividing I R (cf Schneider II, 23-27; N.2084; S.2619), double struck in places, almost very fine

£700-900

James I, second coinage, 1619-25, Penny, 0.55g, m.m. none, rose, rev. thistle (N.2106/1; S.2661), good fine, third coinage, 1619-25, Halfpenny, m.m. none, rose, rev. thistle (N.2129; S.2673), very fine, Scotland, James VI, after accession to English throne, Two Shillings, 1.00g, m.m. thistle, crowned rose, rev. crowned thistle (S.5509), nearly very fine (3)

£90-110

750 750

James I, third coinage, 1619-25, Laurel, 9.06g, m.m. trefoil, fourth laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (N.2114; S.2638B), very fine 199

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x751

752

James I, third coinage, 1619-25, Laurel, 8.70g, m.m. trefoil, fourth laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (cf Schneider II, 88; N.2114; S.2638B), weakness on face, very fine

£600-800

James I, third coinage, 1619-25, Laurel, 8.99g, m.m. trefoil, fourth laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (N.2114; S.2638A), skillfully plugged above head, good fine

£180-220

753 753 (x1.5) 753

James I, third coinage, 1610-25, Quarter Laurel, 2.18g, m.m. rose, second laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (Schneider II, 94; N 2118; S.2642B), double struck on reverse, good portrait, very fine

£450-550

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1950

755

754

754

755

Charles I (1625-49), Unite, 8.96g, group A, m.m. lis, crowned bust left, rev. crowned garnished shield (Schneider 114-16; Brooker 17-18; N.2146; S.2685), a little double struck, nearly very fine

£800-1,000

Charles I, Unite, 8.99g, group C, class 2a, m.m. rose, crowned bust left, rev. crowned garnished oval shield dividing C R (Schneider II, 140-41; Brooker 74; N.2150; S.2690), reverse off-centre, lightly creased, good fine/nearly very fine

£800-1,000

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757

758

759

Charles I, Double-Crown, 4.57g, group C, m.m. plume, crowned bust left, rev. crowned garnished oval shield dividing C R (cf Schneider II, 192; Brooker 155-56; N.2166; S.2701), possibly ex mount, weak at centres, good fine

£350-450

Charles I, Halfcrown, 14.40g, group 3, type 3a1, m.m. tun, king, crowned, riding left, rev. oval garnished shield (Brooker 337; N.2209; S.2773), good detail of king’s head, nearly very fine

£100-120

Charles I, Halfcrown, 14.70g, group 3, type 3a2, m.m. anchor, king, crowned, riding left, rev. oval garnished shield (Brooker 443; N.2211; S.2775), good fine

£70-90

Charles I, Halfcrown, 15.46g, group 3, type 3, m.m. triangle, king, crowned, riding left, rough ground beneath, rev. oval garnished shield (Brooker 352; N.2212; S.2776), weak at centre, good fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1950 760

Charles I, Halfcrown, 15.12g, group 4, type 4, m.m. triangle in circle, king, crowned, riding left, HIB, rev. oval garnished shield (Brooker 371; N.2214; S.2779), good fine

£60-80

761 x761

Charles I, Shilling, 5.96g, group F, type 4.4, m.m. triangle, crowned bust left, rev. shield over cross moline (Brooker 540-45; N.2231; S.2799), toned, a good example, good very fine/very fine

£180-250

762 762

Charles I, Shilling, 5.81g, group F, type 4.4, m.m. sun, crowned bust left, rev. shield over cross moline (Brooker 560-63; N.2232; S.2800), toned, bold obverse mintmark, almost very fine 201

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x764

Charles I, minor silver denominations (5), Groat, 1.83g, Aberystwyth (N.2337; S.2891), fine, Threepence, 1.23g, Oxford, 1644, by Rawlins, crowned bust left, R below shoulder, rev. Declaration, three lis above (Brooker 962; N.2471; S.2993), good fine, scarce, Twopence, 0.96g, group D, m.m. tun (N.2257; S.2831), good fine, Penny, 0.53g, group D, m.m. two pellets (Brooker 700; N.2270; S.2847) good fine, Halfpenny, 0.25g, obv. and rev. rose (N.2274; S.2851), good fine (5)

£180-220

Charles I, Twopence, 0.91g, group D, type 3a1, m.m. triangle, crowned bust left, rev. oval garnished shield (N.2258; S.2831) good fine

£20-30

765 765

766

767

766

Charles I, Tower under parliament, Double-Crown, 4.45g, group F, m.m. star, crowned bust left, HI, rev. crowned oval garnished shield dividing crowned C R (Schneider II, 212; Brooker 177; N.2177; S.2706), good fine, rare

£600-800

Charles I, Civil War coinages, Oxford, 1642-46, Shilling, 5.35g, 1644, crowned bust left, lozenge stops, rev. Declaration, three Oxford plumes above, lozenges in field, date erroneously stated as 1044, OX below (Brooker 941 - same reverse dies; N.2447/2448; S.2975), porous surfaces, fine, a very rare variety

£350-450

Charles I Oxford Crown, by Rawlins, a cast copy in silvered metal of the celebrated by Rawlins, rather coarse, very fine

£100-150

768 768

769

769

Charles I, Civil War coinages, Newark besieged, 1645-46, Sixpence, 2.75g, 1646, crown dividing C R, value below, rev. OBS:/NEWARK/1646 (Brooker 1228; N.2642; S.3146), crease, fine, rare

£600-700

Commonwealth, Halfcrown, 1653, 11.48g, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (N.2722; S.3215), double struck in places, fine

£160-200

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771

772

Commonwealth, Shilling, 1651, m.m. sun, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (N.2724; S.3217), in ANACS holder, very fine

£400-500

Commonwealth (4), Shilling, 5.01g, 1653, m.m. sun (N.2724; S.3217), surface corrosion, fair, Twopence, 0.93g (N.2728; S.3221), nearly very fine, Penny, 0.44g (N.2729; S.3222), nearly very fine, Halfpenny, 0.23g (N.2730; S.3223), good fine (4)

£100-150

Commonwealth, Halfgroat, 0.82g, shield within wreath, rev. conjoined shields (N.2728; S.3221), dark tone, very fine

£80-100

773 773

Charles II (1660-85), hammered coinage, 1660-62, Sixpence, 2.84g, first issue, m.m. crown obverse only, no inner circles or mark of value, crowned bust left, rev. shield over short cross fleury (N.2765; S.3309), creasing, good fine, scarce

£400-500

774 774 (x1.5) 774

Charles II, hammered coinage, 1660-62, second issue, Unite, 9.06g, m.m. crown, laureate, cuirassed bust left, value behind, rev. crowned garnished oval shield dividing C R (Schneider II, 397; N.2754; S.3304), obverse legend double struck in places, good very fine/about extremely fine

£4,000-6,000

PROVENANCE:

Bt. B.J. Dawson, 1995 775

Charles II, hammered coinage, 1660-62, third issue (4), all m.m. crown, Sixpence, 2.96g (N.2767; S.3323), edge chip, fine, Fourpence, 1.96g (N.2768; S.3324), lightly toned, good fine, Twopence, 0.91g, (N.2772; S.3326), small edge chip, fine, Penny, 0.46g (N.2775; S.3327), about fine (4) 203

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English hammered silver coins (22), Groats (3), Henry VII, class IVA, this chipped (N.1706A; S.2200), Henry VIII second coinage, m.m. lis. Laker D (N.1797; S.2337E), Edward VI, coinage in name of Henry VIII, York, bust 6 (N.1876; S.2409), Halfgroats (3), Edward IV, Henry VII, Henry VIII, all Canterbury, Pennies (12), short cross types (4), long cross types (5), others (3), various mints and monarchs, one chipped, Halfpennies (3) one chipped, Farthing (1), generally about fine - good fine (22)

£180-220

777

777

778

779

780

781

Elizabeth I, Shillings (2), 5.75g, 5.24g, m.m. crescent, key (N.2014; S.2577), one clipped, about fine - fine, Sixpence, 1575, pierced, about fine, Threepence, 1575, m.m. eglantine (N.1998; S.2566), good fine (3)

£120-150

English hammered silver coins (9), Shilling (1), Elizabeth I, m.m. tun, fair/fine, Sixpences (2), Edward VI, fine issue, m.m. Y, about fine, James I, 1621, fine, Groats (3), Edward III (1), poor, Henry VIII (2), second coinage, both m.m. lis and Laker D, one chipped, nearly very fine, the other fair, Threepence (1), Elizabeth I, 1561, m.m. pheon (S.2564), nearly very fine, Twopence (2), James I, m.m. rose, fair, Commonwealth, good fine, , Elizabeth I, milled Sixpence 1562 (S.2595), fine (10)

£100-140

Hammered Sixpences (4), Elizabeth I, 2.85g, 1567, m.m. coronet (N.1997; S.2562), good fine, James I, 2.86g, 1621, m.m. thistle (N.2126; S.2670), crease and mark, otherwise nearly very fine, Charles I (2), 2.66g, group C, 3a, m.m. bell (N.2241; S.2813), fine, 2.43g, group E, 4.1, m.m. tun (N.2243; S.2815), damaged, otherwise good fine (4)

£120-150

Elizabeth I (7), Sixpence, 2.80g, 1573, m.m. ermine (N.1997; S.2562), Groat, 1.63g, m.m. cross crosslet (N.1986; S.2556), Threepence, 1.28g, 1578, m.m. Greek cross (N.1998; S.2583), Twopence, 0.81g, m.m. tun (N.2016; S.2579), Threehalfpence, 0.61g, 1573, m.m. acorn (N.2000; S.2568), Penny, 0.55g, m.m. hand (N.2017; S.2580), 0.26g, Halfpenny, m.m. hand (N.2107; S.2582), generally fine, the groat with small edge split, James I, Sixpence, 2.90g, 1624, m.m. lis (N.2126; S.2670), fine (7)

£130-150

James I (5), Shillings (3), m.m. rose, crown, lis (N.2099, 3124; S.2654, 2668), generally about fine, Sixpences, 1606, m.m. escallop (2), one, third bust, one, fourth bust (N.2102, 2103; S.2657, 2658), one clipped, good fine (5)

£120-150

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Charles I (4), Halfcrown, 15.56g, group III, type 3a3, m.m. (R) (N.2213; S.2778), fine, Shillings (3), 4.83g, group E, type 4.2, m.m. tun, small XII (N.2228; S.2794), group F, type 4.4, 6.07g, m.m. (P), triangle in circle (N.2246; S.2799, 2800), generally good fine (4)

£100-130

783 (part)

783

Charles I, Shillings (4), 5.72g, group D, type 3.1, rev. garnished oval shield dividing C R (N.2223; S.2789), fine, group F, type 4.4 (2), 5.84g, 6.08g, m.m. triangle, star (N.2246; S.2799), group G, type 4.5, 6.04g, m.m. sun (N.2247; S.2802), toned, nearly very fine (4)

£180-220

784

784

785

Charles I (3), Shillings (2), 5.98g, group D, type 3.1, m.m. harp (N.2223; S.2789), good fine, 5.69g, group D, type 3a, m.m. tun (N.2225; S.2791), weak on bust, good fine, Sixpence, 2.95g, group D, type 3a, m.m. tun (N.2241; S.2813), good fine (3)

£130-180

Commonwealth (2), Shilling, 1651 (N.2724; S.3217), pierced, fine, Halfgroat (N.2728; S.3221), good fine, Charles II, hammered coinage, 1660-62, third issue, Pennies (3) (N.2775; S. 3327), generally nearly very fine, milled coinage, Twopence, undated type (ESC 2168; S.3387), very fine (6)

£120-150

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COINS OF SCOTLAND

786 786 (x1.5) 786

Alexander II (1214-49), coinage in his own name, c.1235, Penny, 1.32g, Roxburgh, Alain Andreu, crowned, bearded bust right, sceptre before ALE[..]D[..], rev. [..].ANDEV[..], voided short cross, mullets in angles (cf Burns 74; S.5035), edge scuff, light surface corrosion giving dull appearance, good detail in places, good fine, very rare

£400-600

787 787 (x1.5) 787

Alexander II, coinage in his own name, c.1235, Penny, 1.16g, Roxburgh, Alain Andreu, crowned bust right, cross tipped sceptre before, ALEXANDER REX, quatrefoil of four pellets at end of legend, rev. retrograde legend, ALAIN ANDREV ON R (Burns -; S.5035), a little weak on bust, light crimping, dies apparently unrecorded, most unusual with the retrograde reverse, very fine, extremely rare

£1,000-1,400

This coin seems to be struck from an unrecorded pair of dies and has features that make it distinctive in relation to other examples of this rare issue. Burns listed seven examples of this short cross issue in the name of Alexander II from Roxburgh. Of these he noted one (Burns 70a) as having a retrograde legend on the obverse. Where the plates in Burns show the sceptre clearly all are tipped with three pellets rather than a cross as on this coin.

788 788 (x1.5)

788

James I (1406-37), Demy, 3.29g, type 3, m.m. crown/cross, lion rampant within lozenge, rev. saltire dividing two lis within fleured tressure of six arcs, lis on points, large quatrefoils in spandrels, lis each side of m.m., lis before TVVM (S.5192), very fine

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789 789 (x1.5) 789

James III (1460-88), light issue, c.1482, Groat, 2.56g, Edinburgh, m.m. cross fleury, small facing bust, rev. long cross, pellets and mullet in alternate angles (S.5280), very fine

£400-600

790 790 (x1.5)

790

James V (1513-42), second coinage, 1526-39, ¿ Crown, 3.39g, type III, m.m. star/crown, trefoil stops, crowned round based shield, rev. cross fleury, thistle head in angles (S.5370), very fine

£1,500-1,800

791 792

791

x792

James V, Groat, 2.55g, type III, Edinburgh, crowned bust right, trefoil on inner circle behind head, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (S.5378), nearly very fine

£200-250

Mary (1542-67), fourth period, 1565-67, with Henry Darnley, Ryal, 30.49g, 1566, crowned shield, thistle head each side, rev. tortoise climbing palm tree (S.5425), flan flaw on reverse, very fine

£700-900

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793 793

James VI (1567-1625), eighth coinage, Sword and Sceptre Piece, 4.99g, 1602, crowned shield, rev. crown above sceptre over sword, thistle head each side, date below (S.5460), very fine

£600-800

794 794 (x1.5) 794

James VI, eighth coinage, Sword and Sceptre Piece, 4.99g, 1603, crowned shield, rev. crown above sceptre over sword, thistle head each side (S.5460), good very fine

£800-1,000

795

795 (x1.5) 795

Charles I (1625-49), third coinage, 1637-42, Briot’s issue, Unit, 9.88g, m.m. thistle with small B, armoured and crowned bust right holding sceptre in right hand and orb in left, rev. crowned shield dividing crowned C R (S.5531), obverse a little off-centre, attractive red tone, very fine WWW.spinK.Com

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797 797 (x1.5)

796 796

797

Charles II (1649-85), first coinage, Merk, 1669, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, monogram in angles (S.5611), good fine

£80-100

Charles II, second coinage, Sixteenth-Dollar, 1677, laureate draped bust left, rev. crown over saltire, emblems in angles (S.5624), even grey tone, attractive, good very fine

£180-250

799 798 798

799

William and Mary (1688-94), Forty-Shillings, 1691 TERTIO, conjoined laureate and draped busts left, 40 below, rev. crowned shield (S.5649), about very fine William and Mary, 10-Shillings, 1692, laureate conjoined busts left, below, rev. crowned shield (S.5661), about fine/fine, scarce

GRATIA,

small

£200-250

10

800-802

No Lots

803

Scottish coins (5), James VI, after English accession, Thirty-Shillings, 14.29g (S.5503), porous, about fine, Charles I, third coinage, 1637-42, Briot’s coinage, Half-Merk, 3.35g, crowned bust left, small B below, rev. crowned shield dividing C R (S.5574), nearly very fine, Æ (3), Bawbees (2), Charles II, William and Mary, fair, Charles I, Turner (S.5602), fair (5)

£80-100

£60-80

ANGLO-GALLIC COINS

804 804 (x1.5) 804

Edward III (1327-77), third issue, July 1357, Leopard d’or, 3.59g, crowned leopard left, star in second spandrel, rev. floriate cross, arms extending from central panel, leopard in angles (Schneider III, 14; Elias 39a; F.4), light flan crack at centre, very fine PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink, 1995 209

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805

805 (x1.5)

805

Edward the Black Prince (1362-72), Pavillon d’or, 5.40g, first issue, Bordeaux, prince standing facing within an elaborate canopy, holding sword, feathers at sides, rev. cross quernée within ornamental quatrefoil, lis and leopard in alternate angles (Scheider III, 39; Elias 149; F.5), weak on canopy to left of prince, an attractive example of this coin, almost extremely fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Bt. Spink 1995 R.C. Lockett, Glendining, 28 February -1 March 1956, lot 20 (illustrated) Dawnay, Sotheby, 1 March 1922, lot 28 (illustrated) Rostron, Sotheby, 16 May 1892, lot 60, bt. Dawnay Bergne, Sotheby, 20 May 1873, lot 394, bt. Rostron

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806 806 (x1.5)

806

Henry VI (1422-53), Salut d’or, 3.49g, Rouen, m.m. leopard, shield of France, left, and England, right, Virgin Mary behind, left, angel Gabriel, right, between them a banner surmounted by sun rays, on which AVE written downwards, double pellet stops, pellet in annulet on inner circle under last letter of legend, rev. Latin cross within tressure, H below, dividing lis and leopard, mullet stops, pellet in annulet on inner circle under last letter of legend (Schneider III, 111; Elias 270c; F.18), good very fine

£800-1,000

COINS OF IRELAND 807

Henry VIII (1509-47), first harp issue, 1534-40, Groat, 2.31g, m.m. crown, crowned shield over long cross fourchée, rev. crowned harp dividing crowned H and I (D.F.202; S.6473), large chip, otherwise very fine

£40-50

808

808

Philip and Mary (1554-58), Groat, 3.06g, 1557, m.m. rose, busts vis a vis, crown above dividing date, Z for ET, rev. crowned harp dividing crowned P and M (S. 6501C), nearly very fine for issue

£100-130

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1950 809

Charles I, copper Farthings (2), one cracked, about fine, James II, ‘gunmoney’ Halfcrown, September 1689 (S.6579D), May 1690 (S.6580B), good fine, William and Mary, Halfpenny, 1692 (S.6597), good fine, Cork, Penny token, 1659 (W.201), good fine (6)

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810

x810

Ennis School, engraved silver prize medal, OPERA AD MAJORA REMITTIT, simple engraving of Minerva crowning scholar, rev. ENNIS SCHOOL THIS MEDAL WAS ADJUDGED TO RICHD TRENCH FOR HIS MERIT IN ROMAN HISTORY JULY 3D 1789, 46mm., with ring for suspension, very fine

£100-150

Richard Trench (1774-1860), born at Woodlawn, Killaan, Galway, married in Paris in 1803, practiced Law as a barrister in London, during which time he lived in Bursledon, Hampshire, and died in Botley Hill, Ireland, 16 April 1860.

811

Irish milled Æ coins, Penny, 1822, Halfpennies (4), 1723 (2), 1760, 1805, Farthings (5), 1738, 1760, 1806, 1931, 1941, Ten Pence, Bank Token (2), 1805, 1813, with a counterfeit Halfpenny token and small copper token, poor to good very fine (14)

£200-300

COINS OF THE ISLE OF MAN AND THE CHANNEL ISLANDS 812

813

Isle of Man (8), Penny, 1813, Halfpennies (2), 1786, 1839, Farthing, 1839, Penny Token, 1811, Halfpenny Tokens, 1831 (3), generally fine to good very fine (8)

£80-100

Channel Islands coins, from Victoria onwards, Guernsey, Ten Shillings, 1966, Threepences (3), 1956, 1959 (2), 8 Doubles (12), 4 Doubles (8), 2 Doubles (3), Double (11), Jersey, 1⁄12 of a Shilling (23), 1⁄13 of a Shilling (4), 1⁄26 of a Shilling, 1⁄24 of a Shilling (7), Lundy, Puffin, 1929, some lacquered, varied state (lot)

£150-250

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814 815 814

815

Seventeenth Century tokens (3), Gloucestershire, Bristol, Farthing, 1652 (W.12), Suffolk, Ipswich, Town issue, Farthing, 1670 (W.158), Surrey, Haslemere, Farthing, 1665, IOHN. EDE. ST. THE. SWAN, rev. IN. HASSELMORE (W.131), generally fine or better (3)

£30-50

Devon, County, Shilling (D.1), toned, good very fine, Hampshire, Andover, W S & I Wakeford, Shilling, 1812 (D.11-18), toned, very fine, Somerset, Bristol Commercial Token Bank Co, Shilling, 1811 (D.23-9), very fine (3)

£80-120

816 816

Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, W. Bastin, Shilling token, 1811 (D.1), very fine, Hampshire, County, Shilling token, 1811 (D.2-6b), toned, good very fine, Sussex, Shoreham, Clayton & Hide, Shilling token, 1811 (D.15), very fine (3)

£150-200

817 817

Hampshire, Basingstoke, John Pinkerton, Shilling, 1789 (7 on 8), 13.97g, barge, rev. wheelbarrow, leaves on edge (DH.1), light marks in fields, about extremely fine 213

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819

820

Hampshire, Emsworth, Halfpenny, 1797, Bust of Earl Howe left, rev. Britannia standing by sea with ships, edge BUXTON TOKEN (DH.27), with traces of lustre, about extremely fine

£60-80

Hampshire, Halfpennies (9), Emsworth (DH.10, DH.16, DH.30), Gosport (DH.41), Petersfield (DH.47, DH.50), Portsmouth (DH.67), Portsea (DH.79a), with lustre, very fine to extremely fine (9)

£180-220

Hampshire, Halfpennies (9), Emsworth (DH.29b, DH.30b), Gosport (DH.41c), Isle of Wight (DH.94) (2), Petersfield (DH.48a, DH.48c, DH.49), Portsmouth (DH.64), Farthings (2), Southampton (DH.97, DH.102), generally very fine or better (11)

£140-180

821 821

822

Hampshire, Southampton, Taylor Moody & Co, Halfpenny, 1790, helmed bust of Sir Bevois to left, rev. shield of arms, edge PAYABLE AT THE OFFICE OF W. TAYLOR R.V.MOODY & CO (DH.86), lustre around the legend, light scratches to reverse, die flaw behind bust, extremely fine

£120-180

Hampshire, Halfpennies (14) (DH.13, DH.17, DH.23, DH.35, DH.41, DH.42, DH.46, DH.51, DH.57, DH.60a, DH.76, DH.79, DH.89), generally very fine to extremely fine (14)

£120-180

823 823

824

Hertfordshire, St Albans, Halfpenny, 1796, Prince of Wales’ plume and motto, rev. crown, rays around (DH.2), original lustre around the design, extremely fine

£100-150

Kent, Halfpennies (17), Appledore (DH.3), Deal (DH.11) (2), Canterbury (DH.6) (2), Deptford (DH.13), Dover (DH.16a, DH.18), Faversham (DH.20), Goudhurst (DH.28a), Hythe (DH.31), Maidstone (DH.36b), Romney (DH.38) (2), Sandwich (DH.39) (2), Tenterden (DH.42), some with brilliance, generally very fine to near extremely fine (17)

£180-220

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825 825

826

827

828

829

830

831

832

Middlesex, Political Series, Penny, Admiral Gardner, 1796 (DH.226), nearly extremely fine, with lustre

£50-60

Middlesex, Kempson’s London Buildings, Pennies (4), Christ’s Church Hospital (DH.51), extremely fine with lustre; St Paul’s Church Covent Garden (DH.52), a spot of verdigris, about extremely fine with lustre; Greenwich Hospital (DH.56), extremely fine; The Monument (DH.63), die cracks on obverse, nearly extremely fine (4)

£80-120

Middlesex, Halfpennies (6), W Allen (DH.246), Chelsea (DH.277), Coventry Street (DH.292), T & R Davidson, rev. SISE LANE (DH.295), and rev. GEORGE PRINCE OF WALES (DH.296), and Kelly’s (DH.345), extremely fine with some lustre (6)

£120-150

Middlesex, Halfpennies (12), Blackfriars (DH.257a), Chelsea (DH.277), Mail Coach (DH.363), Newgate (DH.396b), Salter’s (DH.473), Shakelton (DH.476), Sim’s (DH.478, DH.478a), Skidmore, St Stephens Coleman Street (DH.571), St Margaret Lothbury (DH.604a), National Series (DH.954), with Nineteenth Century token, William Waterhouse (Withers 840) generally very fine to extremely fine (12)

£140-180

Middlesex, Halfpennies (6), T & R Davidson (DH.296), Newgate Prison (DH.393), Schooling & Son (DH.474), F Shackelton (DH.477), Isaac Newton (DH.1033), W Romaine (DH.1036) extremely fine with some lustre (6)

£150-250

Middlesex, Halfpennies (12), T Dodd (DH.300), W Forster (DH.302), I Fowler (DH.306), Guest’s (DH308), Hendon (DH.324, DH.325), Kelly’s (DH.345), J Kilvington (DH.346), Mail coach (DH.366), Masonic (DH372b), J Moore (DH.389), E Neeton (DH.390) generally very fine to extremely fine (12)

£150-200

Middlesex, Halfpennies (6), Guest’s (DH.308c), Prattent’s (DH.459), Skidmore, Alhallows, Thames St (DH.632), Westminster (DH.929), National Series (DH.952, DH.967f), one with flaw in flan, fine to extremely fine (6)

£70-90

Middlesex, Halfpennies (12), Lackington (DH.354), J & G Pidcock (DH.414), Skidmore (DH.480), cleaned, very fine, Lackington (DH.357, DH.358), Spittle (DH.902), flaw in the flan, traces of lustre, extremely fine, Williams (DH.914), National series (DH.953a, DH.945a), Princess of Wales (DH.977), Tackle (DH.1048), Erskine & Gibbs (DH.1012), generally good very fine to extremely fine (12)

£100-150

833 833

Middlesex, Ratley’s, Halfpenny, 1795, man holding a picture, connoisseur examining the painting, rev. shells lying on the sea shore, rocky cliff, ship on the sea, edge plain (DH.465), two edge knocks, extremely fine 215

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834

835

Middlesex, Spence’s, Halfpennies (2) 1794, bust left, rev. heart in hand, HONOUR plain edge (DH.682c), scratch before eye, about extremely fine; Halfpenny, 1796, bust of Charles Fox right, rev. Britannia seated, ROUSE BRITANNIA (DH 762), traces of lustre, about extremely fine (2)

£100-150

Middlesex, Halfpennies (6), Skidmore’s, St Stephens Walbrook (DH.638), Duke of York (DH.985), Prince of Wales (DH.962a), map of France (DH.1016f), T Hardy (DH.1024), Loyal Britons Lodge (DH.1031) extremely fine with some lustre (6)

£120-180

836

836

837

Middlesex, Spence, Halfpenny, sailor, A TRUE HEARTED SAILOR, rev. crowned anchor, heart either side (DH.857), lustre around the legend and design, extremely fine

£100-120

Norfolk, Halfpennies (11), Blofield (DH.6), Norwich (7) (DH.12, DH.14, DH.14, DH.23b, DH38-45a, DH.38-45a, DH.46-48), Yarmouth (3) (DH.52, DH.52, DH.53), some with lustre, generally fine to good very fine (11)

£100-150

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838 838

839

Northumberland, Newcastle-on-Tyne, J Robertson, Shilling, 1811 (D.10-13), about extremely fine, Staffordshire, Bilston, Rushbury and Woolley, Shilling, 1811, (D.2) very fine, Warwickshire, Birmingham, Workhouse, Shilling, 1811, (D.6-15), scratch and stain on obverse, extremely fine (3)

£80-100

Somerset, Pennies (2), Bath (DH.4), Bristol, anonymous (Withers 417), Halfpennies (6), Bath (DH.39, DH.40, DH.65), Bridgewater (DH.86), Bristol (DH.100), S. Guppy (Withers 513) generally very fine to extremely fine (8)

£120-180

840 (part) 840

841

842

843

Suffolk, Pennies (3), Bury (DH.4), Hoxne (DH.6a), Ipswich (DH.10), generally very fine to extremely fine (3)

£100-150

Suffolk, Halfpennies (12), Beccles (DH.16), Bungay (DH.21, DH.23d), Bury (3) (DH25, DH.29, DH.29d), Blything (DH.19), Haverhill (DH.31), Hoxne (D.H.33a), Ipswich (DH.35), Lowestoft (DH.37), Sudbury (DH.38), some with much brilliance, generally fine to extremely fine (12)

£150-200

Warwickshire, Pennies (2), County (DH.6, DH.13), Birmingham, Threepence, 1813; Pennies (2) (DH.25, DH.30), generally fine to good very fine (5)

£100-150

Warwickshire, Halfpennies (10), County (DH.49), Birmingham, (5), including H Bigg, Bisset Museum (DH.70a, DH.47, DH.50, DH.88, DH.120), Coventry (2), Stratford (DH.320a), Wilkinson (DH.425), some with lustre, generally fine to extremely fine (10)

£150-200

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844 844

Warwickshire, Clarke, Halfpenny, Britannia puts wreath on bust of George III, rev. Oak tree, ships behind, MDCCXCV, edge PAYABLE AT THE HOUSE OF JOHN CLARKE BULL STREET (DH.122), extremely fine

£100-150

845 (part)

845

846

847

848

Yorkshire, Halfpennies (6), Hull (DH.17), Leeds (4) (DH.39, DH.41, DH. 51, DH.52), Sheffield (DH.56b), York (DH.63) some with lustre, generally fine to extremely fine (6)

£100-150

Copper Halfpennies, Bedfordshire, Leighton Buzzard (DH.3c), Cambridgeshire, County (DH.15a), Devon, Plymouth (DH.6), Lancashire (DH.58), Lancaster, Lincolnshire, Spalding (DH.5), Wainfleet (DH.8a), Northamptonshire, Northampton (DH.1), Oxfordshire, Banbury (DH.1) Somerset, Bristol (DH.101), Sussex, Northiam (DH.34), Ireland, Munster (DH.2a), generally very fine to extremely fine (12)

£120-180

Halfpennies (15), Cheshire, Macclesfield (DH.20); Devonshire, Exeter (DH.2); Gloucestershire (DH.63); Herefordshire (DH.5); Lancashire (2), mules (DH.54), Liverpool (DH.118); Middlesex, F Shackelton (DH.476); Shropshire, Coalbrook Dale (2) (DH.10, DH.12); Surrey, Guildford (DH.9); Sussex, Chichester (2) (DH.15, DH.20); Wiltshire (3), Devizes (DH.2a), Holt (DH.3), Salisbury (DH.21), some lustrous, about very fine to extremely fine (15)

£200-300

Pennies (3), Cornwall, County issue (Withers 701), Tavistock, Devon Mines (Withers 1133) Herefordshire, Hereford, Milton (DH.1); Halfpennies (14), including Lancashire, Liverpool (2), Manchester (DH.128, DH.129), Middlesex, Political and Social series (DH.1021), Norfolk, Norwich (DH.25), Wales, North Wales (DH.12), Suffolk, Ipswich (DH.34), Warwickshire, Birmingham (DH.71a), Coventry (DH.233), Westmoreland, Kendal (DH.4, DH.6), Wiltshire, Devizes (DH.2b), fine to about extremely fine (17)

£100-150

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850

851

852

Pennies (6), Suffolk, Woodbridge (DH.15), Bristol and South Wales, 1811, 18.8g (Withers 522), Cheltenham, J Bishop & Co, 1812 (Withers 673), Cornwall, Scorrier House, 1812 (Withers 686), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Bewicke Main Colliery, 1811 (Withers 885), Sheffield, FOR PUBLIC ACCOMODATION (Withers 1070), Halfpennies (13), Cornwall, County (DH.2), Falmouth (DH.3), Penryn (DH.4), Durham, Stockton (DH.9b), Gloucestershire, Brimscombe Port (DH.60), Lancashire, Manchester (DH.127), Rochdale (DH.149), Wales, Carmarthen (DH.7), Glamorgan (DH.3b), Warwickshire, Wilkinson, Westmoreland, Kendal (DH.5c), Scotland, Angus, Dundee Dudhope Castle (DH.19), non local, Picard, bust of Wellington (Withers 1526), fine to extremely fine (19)

£160-220

Yorkshire (7), Hull, Hull Lead Works, I K Picard, Penny, 1812 (D.81), Halfpenny (D.95), Non-local, Wellington Penny (D.92), Wellington Halfpennies (2) (D.99, D.107), Sheffield Halfpennies (2) (D.148, D.150), fine to extremely fine (7)

£60-80

Wales, Anglesey (5), Pennies (4), 1787 (2), 1788 (2) (DH.17, DH.19, DH.20, DH 117), Halfpenny, 1791 (DH.438b) one Penny with original lustre, generally fine to extremely fine (5)

£60-80

Scotland, Halfpennies (11), Angus (2), Dundee (DH.10, DH.15), Ayrshire (DH.3), Lanarkshire, Glasgow (2) (DH.2, DH.4f), Lothian, Edinburgh (4) (DH.7, DH.13a, DH.15, 50a), Perthshire, Perth (DH.3), and Durham, South Shields (DH.4) (2) generally good very fine to extremely fine (12)

£200-300

853

854 853 (x1.5)

853

854

855

856

Scotland, Ayrshire, Halfpenny, profile of Adam Smith, rev. a female seated, mourning over military trophies, (DH.7), die crack from edge to foot on reverse, extremely fine

£120-180

Scotland, Lothian, Edinburgh, Register Office, Halfpenny, 1796, view of a public building, rev. Britannia seated left, part of a ship to left (DH.52), lacquered, extremely fine, Perthshire, Perth, Farthing (DH.11), some lustre, very fine (2)

£80-100

Ireland, Wicklow, Cronebane Halfpennies (8) (DH.8, DH.10, DH.39a, DH.43b, DH.44, DH.64, DH.68a), fine to extremely fine (8)

£50-70

A late 19th century mahogany cabinet, 35cm. high, 35cm. wide, 30cm. deep, 24 coin trays each with 30 deep piercings, also one deep tray, double doors, lock (no key), carrying handle on right (missing on left), some drawers stiff, trim on one door missing, minor damage to corners otherwise the cabinet in sound condition

£50-100

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OTHER PROPERTIES

857

857

x858

Birmingham, Workhouse, pattern Penny token, 1811, 24.69g, BIRMINGHAM, west view of the Workhouse with a gate at left, rev. ONE PENNY TOKEN, shield of arms, edge grained (Withers 390b), rare, about uncirculated

ÂŁ250-350

Miscellaneous tokens, (approx. 1000), including machine tokens, most in envelopes with description (c.400); cooperative tokens, small commemorative medallets, toy money and coin weights, some holed, varied condition, housed in a two-door wooden cabinet (30cm. l x 29.5cm. h x 18cm. d) with 25 trays, good used condition, a wooden cabinet with a sliding door (25.5cm. l x 11.5cm. h x 25cm. d) with 6 trays, scratches on top, used condition, and two wooden cabinets (29cm. l x 37cm. h x 25cm. d) with plastic trays, used condition (buyer collects)

ÂŁ150-200

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BRITISH MILLED COINS

859

x859

Charles II (1660-85), Two Guineas, 1682, second laureate head right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 46; S.3335), polished, ex mount, good fine

£500-600

860

x860

861

862

863

864

Charles II, An electrotype of the famous 1663 Petition Crown by Thomas Simon, edge inscribed, extremely fine

£200-300

Crowns (3), Charles II (2), 1666 XVIII, second laureate draped bust (ESC 32; S.3355), 1673 VICESIMO QVINTO, third laureate draped bust (ESC 47; S.3358), William III, 1696 OCTAVO, first bust (ESC 89; S.3470), the last fair, the others, about fine (3)

£100-130

Crowns (3), Charles II (2), 1667 DECIMO NONO, second bust (ESC 35A; S. 3357), sometime polished, fine, 1676, poor, James II, 1688 QVARTO, (ESC 80; S.3407), obverse sometime polished, about fine (3)

£100-130

Charles II, Crown, 1670 TRICESIMO SECVNDO, second laureate bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 40; S.3357), edge knock, about fine, William III, Crown, 1696 OCTAVO, laureate first bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 89; S.3470), fine (2)

£120-150

Halfcrowns (6), Charles II (3), 1670 VICESIMO SECVNDO, 1677 V.NONO, 1680 TRICESIMO (ESC 467, 479, 485; S.3365, 3367); William III, 1696 OCTAVO (ESC 534; S.3475), Anne, post Union (2), 1708 SEPTIMO, E below, 1709 OCTAVO (ESC 577, 579; S.3604, 3605), some cleaned, generally fair to fine (6)

£150-250

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865 x865

866

Charles II, Halfcrown, 1671 VICESIMO TERTIO, third bust variety, laureate draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 468; S.3367), reverse flaw and weakness, toned, very fine

£400-500

Shillings (7), Charles II (3), 1663, first bust variety, 1668/7, 1668 (ESC 1025, 1030, 1030A; S.3372, 3375); William and Mary (2), 1692, 1693 (ESC 1075, 1076 ; S.3437); William III (2), 1696, 1697, third bust (ESC 1078, 1102 ; S.3497, 3505), fair to good fine (7)

£350-450

867 867

868

869

Charles II, Sixpence 1674, laureate draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1512; S.3382), very fine

£180-220

Minor milled silver denominations (7), Fourpence (2), Charles II, 1679 (S.3384), fine, George II, 1735 (S.3714A), obverse scratch, very fine, George III, Threepence (3), 1762, 1763 (2) (S.3753), generally good very fine, Charles II, Twopence (2), 1679 (S.3388), fine, George I, 1723 (S.3656), nearly very fine (7)

£80-100

James II (1685-88) (2), Halfcrown, 1687 TERTIO, first laureate draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC498; S.3408), good fine, Shilling, 1687/6 (ESC 1072; S.3410), fair (2)

£130-150

870 870

871

James II, Maundy Set, 1687, laureate head left, rev. crowned value (ESC 2382; S.3418), very fine (4)

£150-200

William and Mary (1688-94), Halfcrown, 1689 PRIMO, laureate conjoined busts right, rev. first shield, pearls, frosted caul (ESC 505; S.3434), fine, William III, Crown, 1695 SEPTIMO, first laureate bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 86; S.3470), good fine/fine (2)

£100-130

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872 (part)

872

873

William and Mary, Halfcrown, 1689 PRIMO, laureate draped conjoined busts right, no frosting, pearls rev. crowned first shield (ESC 507; S.3434), good fine, Fourpence and Threepence, both 1692 (ESC 1872, 1992; S.3440, 3441), nearly very fine (3)

£150-180

William and Mary, Halfcrown, 1689 PRIMO, laureate conjoined first busts right, rev. first crowned shield, no frosting, pearls (ESC 507; S.3434), good fine

£150-200

874

874

William and Mary, Halfcrown 1689 PRIMO, laureate conjoined busts right, rev. crowned second shield, pearls and frosted caul (ESC 510; S.3434), hay marking, toned, good very fine

£350-450

PROVENANCE:

Bt. Seaby, c.1960

875

875

876

William and Mary, Halfcrown, 1690 TERTIO, laureate conjoined busts right, rev. second crowned shield, no pearls, no frosting (ESC 515; S.3435), old tone, very fine, scarce

£350-450

Shillings (2), William and Mary, 1692 (ESC 1075A; S.3427), fair/fine, Anne, post-Union, 1708 (ESC 1147; S.3610), very fine, Sixpences (2), Anne, 1711 (ESC 1596; N, 3619), fine, George II, 1758/7 (ESC 11624; S.3711), very fine (4)

£120-150

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877 877

William and Mary, Maundy set, 1692, laureate conjoined busts right, rev. crowned value (ESC 2386; S.3446), very fine (4)

£250-300

878 878 (x1.5) 878

William and Mary, tin Farthing, 1690, laureate conjoined busts right, rev. Britannia seated left, date in ex. edge NVMMORVM*FAMVLVS*1690 with rosette/star/rosette (Peck-: S.3451), edge nicks, full overall tinned surface, reverse scuffs, a most pleasing example with good detail and little signs of the usual corrosion, good very fine, extremely rare

£900-1,100

879 879 (x1.5)

879

William and Mary, tin Farthing, 1690, laureate conjoined busts right, rev. Britannia left, date below, edge NVMMORVM FAMVLVS 1690, five point star after NVMMORVM and FAMVLVS (cf Peck 577A- but edge style not listed in Peck; S.3451), full tinning, clean copper core showing through on obverse, surface stains, a pleasing example, very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Found river Thames foreshore, London

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880 880

William III (1694-1702), Halfcrown, 1697 NONO, Exeter, first laureate draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, large shields (ESC 547; S.3490), nearly very fine

£100-130

881 881 (x1.5) 881

William III, Halfcrown 1698 DECIMO, laureate, draped first bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 554; S.3494), obverse adjustment marks, small occlusion at centre of reverse, lustrous, lightly toned, almost extremely fine

£350-450

882 882

883

884

William III, Halfcrown, 1701 DECIMO TERTIO, laureate draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 562; S.3494), very fine

£150-180

William III, Shillings (4), first bust, 1696 y, 1697 B (2), (ESC 1086, 1095; S.3502, 3498), fine - good fine, first bust, 1697 C, GALIELMVS (ESC -; S.-), this apparently an unlisted error variety, fair (4)

£100-130

William III, Shillings, 1697 (2), third laureate draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1102; S.3505), adjustment marks, about very fine, third laureate draped bust variety, rev. similar (ESC 1108; S.3511), adjustment marks, about very fine (2)

£100-130

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886

William III, Sixpence, 1697, third laureate draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1552; S.3583), some weak areas, good very fine

£60-80

Halfpennies (4), William III, 1701, inverted As for Vs, rev. inverted V for A in BRITANNIA (S.3556), good fine, George I, 1719 (S.3660), nearly very fine, others, George II (2), fair, Farthings (6), Charles I, rose type, m.m. mullet (S.3206), good fine, Charles II (2) 1673, 1674 (S.3394), surface dirt, about fine, William and Mary, 1694, L/M (S.3453 var.), about fine, George II (2), 1749, 1754 (S.3722), one good fine, the others, fair (10)

£100-120

888 887 x887

x888

Anne (1702-14), post Union, Two Guineas, 1709, draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 205; S.3569), very fine, in PCGS holder graded AU50

£1,800-2,200

Anne, post Union, Guinea, 1714, third draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (MCE 226; S.3574), good fine

£450-550

889 889

Anne, post Union, Crown, 1707 SEPTIMO, second draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 104; S.3601), about very fine

£280-350

890 890

Anne, post Union, Crown 1708/7 SEPTIMO, Edinburgh, second draped bust left, E below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 107; S.3600), weak around date, very fine, scarce WWW.spinK.Com

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891

891

892

893

894

895

896

897

Anne, post Union (2), Halfcrown, 1709 OCTAVO, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 576; S.3604), good fine, Sixpence, 1711 (N.1596; S.3619), nearly very fine (2)

£100-130

Anne, post Union (2), Shilling, 1709, third draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1154; S.3610), nearly very fine, Sixpence, 1707, Edinburgh, draped bust left, E below, rev., similar to last (ESC1588; S.3620), nearly very fine (2)

£60-80

Anne, post Union, Shilling, 1711, fourth draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1158; S.3618), very fine

£60-70

George I (1714-27), Quarter-Guinea, 1718 (MCE 277; S.3638), ex mount, creased flan, good fine; George III, Third-Guinea, 1798 (MCE 450; S.3738), ex mount, fair (2)

£80-100

George I, Shillings (4), 1715 roses and plumes, 1716 roses and plumes, 1720 roses and plumes, 1723 SSC (ESC 1162, 1163, 1167, 1176; S.3645, 3647), 1716 deep scratch to obverse, generally fair to fine (4)

£100-130

George I, Shillings (2), 1721/0, first laureate bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1172; S.3645), good fine, 1723, first laureate bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, SS C in angles (ESC 1176; S.3647), almost extremely fine (2)

£120-160

George I, Shilling, 1723, first laureate bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, in angles, French shield at date (ESC 1177; S.3647), good fine, scarce

£100-130

SS C

898 x898

George II (1727-60), Two-Guineas, 1738, laureate young head left, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 291; S.3667B), extremely fine, in NGC holder graded MS 63PL

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900

901

George II, Halfcrowns (2), 1745 DECIMO NONO, laureate old bust left, LIMA below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 605; S.3695), nearly very fine, 1745 DECIMO NONO, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses in angles (ESC 604; S.3694), about fine (2)

£100-130

George II, Shillings (3), laureate young bust (2), 1727 roses and plumes, 1736 roses and plumes (ESC 1190, 1199; S.3698, 3700), the 1727 with scratches below chin, very fine, laureate old bust (1), 1751 (ESC 1212; S.3704), cleaned, very fine (3)

£350-450

George II, Shillings (3), laureate young bust, 1737, roses and plumes (ESC 1200; S.3700), good fine, old bust (2), 1745, roses (ESC 1204; S.3702), nearly very fine, 1750, plain (ESC 1210; 3704), nearly very fine (3)

£160-200

902 903 902

903

George II, Shilling, 1739, laureate young bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses in angles (ESC 1201; S.3701), flan split, good very fine

£120-150

George II, Halfcrown, 1745 DECIMO NONO, laureate old bust left, LIMA below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 605; 3695), minor adjustment mark on cheek, lightly toned, an early die strike, extremely fine

£400-500

905 904

904

905

906

907

George II, Halfcrown, 1745 DECIMO NONO, laureate old bust left, crowned shields cruciform (ESC 605; S.3695), very fine

below, rev. four £120-150

George II, Shilling, 1743, laureate old bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses in angles (ESC 1203; S.3702), haymarking, good very fine

£120-150

George II, Shillings (2), laureate old bust, 1745 LIMA (ESC 1205; S.3703), nearly very fine, 1758 plain (ESC 1213; 3704), good very fine, Sixpence, old bust, 1745 LIMA (ESC 1617; S.3710), very fine (3)

£100-130

George II (6), Halfpennies (5), 1729, 1736, laureate young bust left (S.3717), the first, good very fine, the second nearly very fine, laureate old bust left, 1740, 1745, 1751 (S.3718, 3719) the 1751, good very fine, the others, fine-good fine, Farthing, 1739, laureate young bust left (S.3720), good very fine (6)

£120-160

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909

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1787, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 391; S.3729), very fine

£300-400

George III (2), Guinea, 1787, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 391; S.3729), ex mount, good fine, with a Half Guinea, ex mount, worn (2)

£180-230

910 x910

911

912 x912

g913

914

911

George III, Guinea, 1795, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 399; S.3729), a few marks, almost extremely fine, in NGC holder graded AU58

£500-600

George III, Guinea, 1798, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shield (MCE 402; S.3729), good very fine

£300-400

913

914

George III, Half-Guinea, 1785, fourth laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 425; S.3734), nearly very fine

£200-240

George III, Half-Guinea, 1806, seventh laureate head right, rev. crowned shield within Garter (MCE 443; S.3737), some flecking on obverse, extremely fine

£300-400

George III, ‘Northumberland’ Shilling, 1763, young laureate and draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1214, S.3742), scratches by shoulder, nearly very fine

£300-400

915 915

George III, emergency issue, Dollar, oval countermark on Mexico, Charles IV, 8-Reales, Mexico City, 1795 (ESC 129; S.3765A), countermark nearly very fine, host coin good very fine 229

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917 916

917

George III, emergency issue, Dollar, oval countermark on Mexico, Charles IV, 8-Reales. Mexico City, 1790 (ESC 129; S.3765A), countermark nearly very fine, host coin about very fine

£220-280

George III, emergency issue, Dollar, oval countermark on Bolivia, Charles IV, 8-Reales, Potosi, 1795 (ESC 131, S.3765A), weak in date, scratch to shoulder, host coin about very fine, countermark very fine, George V, ‘wreath’ Crown, 1928 (ESC 368, S.4036), cleaned, two green spots on obverse, very fine (2)

£200-300

918

918

919

920

919

George III, emergency issue, Dollar, octagonal countermark on Mexico, Charles IV, 8-Reales, Mexico City, 1798 (ESC 138; S.3766), countermark nearly very fine, host coin very fine

£500-600

George III, Bank of England issue, Dollar, 1804, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right, no stops in C H K, rev. Britannia seated left within ribbon, castellated crown above (ESC 148; S.3768), undertype faintly visible, a few marks, brilliance, good extremely fine

£600-700

George III, Bank of England issue (2), Dollar, 1804, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated right within ribbon, castellated crown above (ESC 144; S.3768), host coin visible, nearly very fine, Eighteenpence, 1811 (ESC 969; S.3771), toned, mark behind bust, very fine, new coinage (3), Crown 1820 LX (ESC 219; S.3787), fine, Halfcrowns (2), both poor (5)

£100-120

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921 921

922

923

924

922

George III, Bank of England issue, Three Shillings, 1811, first laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. value within wreath (ESC 408; S.3769) marks on reverse, toned, lustre, about extremely fine

£80-100

George III, Bank of England issue, Three Shillings, 1814, laureate head right, rev. value within wreath (ESC 422; S.3770), lightly toned, about extremely fine

£100-130

George III (7), Halfpennies (3), 1770, 1772 (2) (S.3774), the 1770, good very fine, the others, very fine, Farthings (2) 1773 (S.3775), good fine, and counterfeit Halfpenny, dated 1785, very fine, Farthing 1775, fair (7)

£60-80

George III, Soho coinage, Twopence (2), 1797 (S.3776), one, very fine, the other, with small crown stamps, fine, Pennies (2) (S.3777), one almost extremely fine, the other fine (4)

£100-120

925 g925

g926

George III, Sovereign, 1818, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 2; S.3785A), fine

£450-550

George III, Sovereign, 1820, laureate head right, open 2, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 4; S.3785C), about fine

£300-350

927

927

George III, Crown, 1819 LIX, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 215; S.3787), digs above horse’s knee, traces of lustre, about extremely fine

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928 928

929

George III, Crowns (3), 1818 LIX, 1819 LX, 1820 LX, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 214, 216, 219; S.3787), the first, good very fine, the others, very fine (3)

£250-300

Crowns (4), George III, 1819 (ESC 215; S.3787), about fine, George IV (2), 1821, 1822 (ESC 246, 252; S.3805), fair, Edward VII, 1902 (ESC 361; S.3978), fine, George III, Soho coinage, Twopence, 1797 fine (5)

£70-90

930 930

931

932

George III, Halfcrown, 1817, first laureate ‘bull’ head right, rev. crowned shield within Garter Collar and Ribbon (ESC 616; S.3788), extremely fine

£250-300

George III (7), Halfcrown, 1819 (ESC 623; S.3789), very fine, Shillings (2), 1787 no hearts (ESC 1216; S.3743), extremely fine, 1820 (ESC 1236; S.3790), Sixpence, 1787, Threepence 1762, both about very fine, Bank of England issue, One Shilling and Sixpence (2), 1811, 1814 (ESC 969, 977; S.3771, 3772), generally very fine (7)

£100-130

Sixpences (8), George III (3), 1816, 1817, 1820 (ESC 1630, 1632, 1638; S.3791), good very fine - extremely fine, George IV, 1821 (ESC 1654; S.3813), almost extremely fine, William IV, 1831 (ESC 1670; S.3836), extremely fine, Victoria, young head (3), 1839, 1845, 1859 (ESC 1684, 1691, 1708; S.3836, 3908), generally very fine or better (8)

£200-250

933 933

934

George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1821 SECUNDO, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 246; S 3805) extremely fine

£400-500

George IV (4), Crown, 1822 TERTIO (ESC 252; S.3805), fine, Shillings (2) 1826, 1829 (S.3812), good fine, Maundy Threepence, 1826 (S.3819), nearly very fine, William IV (2), Halfcrown, 1834 (S.3834), fine, Three-halfpence, 1834 (S.3839), very fine, others, (3), poor-fair (9)

£80-100

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935 935

936

937

938

George IV Halfcrown, 1820, laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished shield, emblems at sides (ESC 628; S.3807), lightly toned, a few light marks, extremely fine

£200-350

George IV (5), Halfcrowns (3), 1821, 1823, 1826 (ESC 631, 634, 646; S.3807, 3808, 3809), generally about very fine - very fine, Sixpence, 1826, Maundy Fourpence 1830, about very fine, William IV (3), Halfcrown 1836, fine, Shilling 1834 (ESC 1268; S.3835), very fine, Maundy Fourpence, 1832, ex mount, fine (8)

£100-130

George IV, Sixpence, 1821 (S.3813), fine, Victoria (3), Florin, 1849 (S.3890), nearly very fine, Sixpence, 1846 (S.3908), good fine, Three-halfpence, 1843 (S.3915), nearly very fine, Edward VII (3), Florin 1906 (S.3981), very fine, Shillings (2), 1907, 1910 (S.3982), good very fine (7)

£100-130

Pennies (4), George IV, 1825 (Peck 1420; S.3823), Victoria (3), 1847, 1858, 1859 (Peck 1493, 1517, 1519; S.3948), some with traces of lustre, generally very fine to good very fine (4)

£100-150

939 939

William IV (1830-37), Halfcrown, 1834, head right, rev. crowned shield within mantle (ESC 662; S.3834), die crack on neck, extremely fine

£250-300

940 940

x941

William IV, Halfcrown, 1834, head right, W.W. in block style on truncation, rev. crowned shield within mantle (ESC 660; S.3834A), good very fine, rare

£300-400

William IV, Three-Halfpence, 1834, head right, rev. value within wreath (ESC 2250; S.3839), extremely fine, in NGC holder graded MS 61

£30-40

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942

942 (x2)

g942

Victoria, Sovereign, 1843, young head left, rev. narrower shield, modified floral emblems and leaf arrangement (Marsh 26A; S.3852B), nearly very fine, rare

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943 g943

g944

g945

946

Victoria, Sovereign, 1848, young head left, rev. crowned shield (MCE 509; S.3852C), lustre around the legend, edge bruise at 5 o’clock on obverse, good very fine, reverse better

£300-400

Sovereigns (5), Victoria, young head, 1884M (S.3857C), good fine, Jubilee head, 1890 (S.3866B), ex mount, fair, old head, 1900P (S.3876), very fine, George V, 1917S (S.4003), good very fine, Elizabeth II, 1965 (S.4125), extremely fine (5)

£600-700

Half-Sovereigns (5), Victoria, young head (2), 1866, die 15, 1883 (S.3860, 3861), the first, about fine, the second very fine, Jubilee head, 1892 (S.3869D), about fine, Edward VII, 1910 (S.3974B), very fine, George V, 1912 (S.4006), good very fine (5)

£300-350

Victoria, young head (2), Crowns (5), 1844 cinquefoil, 1845 cinquefoil, Jubilee head, 1889, old head (2) 1896, 1900, Double Florins (3), 1887, 1889, 1890, some cleaned, fine to very fine (8)

£180-220

947 947

Victoria, ‘Gothic; Crown, 1847 UNDECIMO, crowned bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, emblems in angles (ESC 288; S.3883), very fine

£700-900

948

948

Victoria, ‘Gothic’ Crown, 1847 UNDECIMO, crowned bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, emblems in angles (ESC 288; S.3883), very fine

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949 949

Victoria, young head, Crowns (3), 1844 VIII, cinquefoils, 1845 VIII, cinquefoils, 1847 XI, rev. crowned shield within wreath (ESC 281, 282, 286; S.3882), good fine - nearly very fine (3)

£200-250

950

950 (x1.5) 950

Victoria, proof Halfcrown, 1839, young head with one ornate and one plain fillet left, in relief, rev. crowned shield within wreath, edge plain (ESC 670; S.3885), toned, light marks on obverse, extremely fine, rare

WW

£1,200-1,800

951 951

Victoria, young head, Halfcrowns (2), 1840, 1884, rev. crowned shield within wreath (ESC 673, 712; S. 3887; 3889), stains, very fine (2) WWW.spinK.Com

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953

954

955

Victoria, ‘Godless’ Florin, 1849, crowned bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, emblems in angles (ESC 802; S.3890), cleaned, now re-toned and lustrous around legend, about extremely fine

£60-80

Victoria, Florins (3), ‘Godless’ type, 1849, ‘Gothic’ type (2), 1872 die 44, 1880, crowned bust left, rev. four crowned shields, emblems in angles (ESC 802, 840, 854; S.3890, 3893, 3900), the first, good very fine, the others, about very fine (3)

£80-100

Victoria, ‘Gothic’ Florins (8), 1853, 1856, 1857, 1858, 1859, 1878, 1883, 1886 (ESC 808, 813A, 814, 816, 817, 849, 859, 863; S.3891, 3895, 3900), some cleaned, generally fine to very fine (8)

£120-180

Victoria, ‘Gothic’ Florins (6), 1866, 1869, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1881, (ESC 828, 834, 837, 840, 841, 856; S.3892, 3893, 3900), some cleaned, generally fine to very fine (6)

£100-150

956 956

957

958

x959

Victoria, Shilling, 1850, young head left, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1296, S.3904), fair, rare

£180-220

Victoria, Shillings (4), young head (2), 1855, 1883 (ESC 1303, 1342; S.3904, 3907), the first, very fine, the second, nearly extremely fine, Jubilee head (2), 1887 (ESC 1349; S.3926), nearly extremely fine (4)

£100-130

Victoria, Sixpences (6), young head, 1886, Jubilee head (3), 1887, 1888 (2), old head (2) 1897, 1900 (ESC 1748, 1754, 1756, 1767, 1770; S.3912, 3929, 3941), some toned, generally extremely fine (6)

£120-180

Victoria, young head (2), Three-Halfpence, 1839 (S.3915), extremely fine, Jersey, One Twenty-Fourth of a Shilling 1877H (KM.7), uncirculated, old head (3), Maundy Threepence, 1899 (S.3945) toned, uncirculated, Penny, 1901, Halfpenny 1901 (S.3961, 3962), extremely fine (5)

£50-60

960

960

Victoria, young head, Penny, 1858, rev. Britannia (S.2948), carbon spot on truncation, otherwise, lustre, extremely fine

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961 961

962

Victoria, young head, Penny, 1848/7, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1495; S.3948), lustrous, good extremely fine

£150-200

Victoria, young head (11), Pennies (4), 1844, 1848, 1853 (2) (S.3948), generally very fine, one with verdigris spot, Halfpennies (2), 1841, 1853 no dots (S.3949), good very fine, Farthings (5), 1843, 1845, 1846, 1850, 1858 (S.3950), generally good very fine (11)

£100-130

963

964 963

964

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1862 rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1653; G. J/g; F.39; S.3954), much brilliance, light scratches on shield, about uncirculated

£100-150

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Pennies (2), 1865 (Peck 1667; G. J/g; F50; S.3954), 1875 (Peck 1703; G. L/k; F82; S.3954) the first, fingerprint to obverse and scratch in field to reverse, good extremely fine; second, lustrous, a few scratches, extremely fine (2)

£180-220

965 965

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1869, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1685; G. J/g; F.59; S.3954), fine, rare WWW.spinK.Com

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967

966 966

967

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Pennies (2), 1877 large date (Peck 1709; G. L/k; F91; S.3954), 1879 large date (Peck 1715; G. M/k; F.97; S.3954), 1877, carbon spot on reverse, extremely fine, 1879, lacquered, good extremely fine (2)

£100-150

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1885, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1735; G. R/r; F.121; S.3954), lustrous, carbon spots to reverse, good extremely fine

£80-100

968 968

969

969

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1886, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1737; G. R/r; F.123; S.3954), reflective surface on reverse, about uncirculated

£120-180

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1887, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1739; G. R/r; F.125; S.3954), reflective surfaces, carbon spots, contact marks, about uncirculated

£120-150

970 970

971

971

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1888, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1740; G. R/r; F.126; S.3954), reflective surfaces, faint fingerprint, tiny carbon spots, dark stains on rim, uncirculated

£150-200

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1889, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1741A; G. S/r; F.128; S.3954), contact marks, faint fingerprint on reverse, carbon spot before Queen’s chin, about uncirculated

£120-180

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972 972

973

973

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1889, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1741A; G. S/r; F.128; S.3954), contact marks, scratch to Queen’s shoulder, about uncirculated

£120-180

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1890, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1742; G. R/r; F.130; S.3954), about uncirculated

£100-120

974 974

975

975

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1892, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1746; G. R/r; F.134; S.3954), a few very light marks on obverse, full brilliance, about uncirculated

£120-180

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1893, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1748; G.R/r; F.136; S.3954), much brilliance, finger print, about uncirculated

£120-160

976 977

976

977

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Penny, 1893, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1748; G. R/r; F.136; S.3954), reflective surface on reverse, faint fingerprint on reverse, a few minor carbon spots, otherwise uncirculated

£130-180

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Halfpennies, 1862 (2), rev. Britannia seated right (S.3956), brilliance, uncirculated (2)

£180-220

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978 978

979

979

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Halfpennies, 1862 (2), rev. Britannia right (S.3956), brilliance, minor carbon spots, uncirculated (2)

£180-220

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Halfpennies, 1862 (2), rev. Britannia right (S.3956), brilliance, both with minor carbon spots, uncirculated (2)

£150-200

980 980 (x1.5) 980

981

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Proof Halfpenny, 1868, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1793; F.305), hairlines, fingerprint on obverse, practically as struck, rare

£300-400

Victoria (5), ‘bun’ head, Halfpennies (3), 1885, 1888 (2) (S.3956), extensive lustre, uncirculated, old head (2), Penny, 1901, Halfpenny, 1895 (S.3961, 3962), much lustre, almost uncirculated, Edward VII (3), Penny, 1910, Halfpennies, 1905 (2) (S.3990, 3991), one or two stains, lustrous, almost uncirculated, George IV, Farthing, 1825, first type, raised ribs (S.3822), toned, mark, about uncirculated (9)

£200-250

982 982

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Halfpennies, 1887 (2), rev. Britannia right (S.3956), full lustre, minor carbon spots, uncirculated (2) 241

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983 983

984

984

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Halfpennies, 1888 (2), rev. Britannia right (S.3956), brilliance, minor carbon spots, uncirculated (2)

£150-200

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Halfpennies, 1893 (2), rev. Britannia right (S.3956), brilliance, small carbon spots, uncirculated (2)

£150-200

985 985

986

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Halfpennies, 1893 (3), rev. Britannia right (S.3956), about uncirculated (3)

£200-250

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Farthings, 1873 (2), 1890, rev. Britannia right (S.3958), brilliance, carbon spots, about uncirculated to uncirculated (3)

£90-120

987 987

Victoria, ‘bun’ head, Farthings, 1890 (3), rev. Britannia right (S.3958), brilliance, minor carbon spots and bag marks, uncirculated (3) WWW.spinK.Com

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988 988

989

990

991

992

Victoria, Crowns (3), Jubilee head, 1887 (ESC 296; S.3921), extremely fine, old head (2), 1897 LXI, 1900 LXIV (ESC 313, 319), extremely fine (3)

£200-250

Victoria, Jubilee head (3), Crown, 1887 (ESC 296; S.3921), good very fine, Double Florin, 1889 (ESC 398; S.3923), Halfcrown, 1887 (ESC 719; S.3924), very fine (3)

£50-60

Victoria, Double Florins (5), 1887 arabic 1 (2), 1888, 1889, 1890 (ESC 395, 397, 398, 399; S.3922), one good very fine, the others, generally fine (5)

£80-100

Victoria, Jubilee head, Sixpences (7), 1887 (4), 1888, 1889, 1890, rev. crowned value (ESC 1754, 1756, 1757, 1758; S.3929), some toned, generally good very fine to extremely fine (7)

£60-80

Victoria, old head, Shilling, 1900 (ESC 1369; S.3940A), old head, Sixpences (4), 1897, 1900 (3) (ESC 1767, 1770; S.3941), old head, Threepences, 1897 (3) (ESC 2109; S.3942), some toned, generally extremely fine (8)

£150-200

994 993 993

Victoria, old head, Maundy set, 1893 (S.3943), extremely fine, in old case labelled this with a few scuffs (4)

£100-130

Victoria, old head, Penny, 1895, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1941; S.3961), uncirculated

£70-90

Victoria, old head, Penny, 1895, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1941; S.3961), small carbon spot on the shield, uncirculated

£60-80

MAUNDY COIN 1895,

994

995

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997

Victoria, old head, Penny, 1895, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1941; S.3961), reverse brilliance, faint fingerprint on obverse, virtually uncirculated

£60-80

Victoria, old head, Penny, 1895, rev. Britannia seated right (Peck 1941; S.3961), edge bruise at 7 o’clock on obverse, tiny carbon spots, stains to Britannia’s knees, virtually uncirculated

£60-80

998

999

Victoria, old head, Halfpennies, 1895 (3), rev. Britannia right (S.3962), brilliance, small carbon spots, about uncirculated (3)

£100-150

999

Victoria, old head, Halfpennies, 1895 (2), rev. Britannia right (S.3962), uncirculated (2)

£50-60

1000

Victoria, old head, Halfpennies, 1895 (2), rev. Britannia right (S.3962), one with fingerprint, about uncirculated (2)

£60-80

998

1002

1001 x1001

g1002

g1003

Edward VII (1901-10), Two-Pounds, 1902, head right, rev. St George and dragon (S.3967), almost extremely fine, in NGC holder graded AU58

£600-700

Edward VII, matt proof Sovereign, 1902, head right, rev. St George and dragon (S.3969), about as struck

£300-400

Edward VII, Sovereign, 1908, head right, rev. St George and dragon (S.3969), good very fine

£130-160

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1004

1004

1005

Edward VII, matt proof silver coins, 1902 (8), Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Maundy Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence and Penny (S.3979, 3980, 3981, 3982; 3985), about as struck (8)

£500-600

Edward VII, Crown, 1902, head right, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 361; S.3978), stains, good very fine

£100-130

1006 1006 1007

1007

Edward VII, matt proof Halfcrown, 1902, head right, rev. crowned shield (ESC 362; S.3979), as struck

£200-250

Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1905, head right, rev. crowned shield (ESC 750; S.3980), key date, scuffed, about fine, rare

£150-200

1008 1008 1009

Edward VII, Halfcrown, 1909, head right, rev. crowned shield (ESC 754; S.3980), good very fine

£200-230

Edward VII, silver coins (7), Halfcrowns (2), 1902, 1907 (S.3980), the 1902 extremely fine, the other nearly very fine, Florin, 1903 (S.3981), very fine, Sixpence, 1902 (S.3983), very fine, Threepence, 1903 (S.3984), very fine, Maundy oddments, Threepence 1907, Fourpence, 1902 (S.3986, 3987), the first about very fine, the second, extremely fine (7)

£100-130

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1010 1010

1011

1012

1013

1011

Edward VII, matt proof Florin, 1902, head right, rev. Britannia standing facing (ESC 920; S.3981), about as struck

£80-100

Edward VII, Penny, 1903, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), full lustre, bag marks, fingerprint, about uncirculated

£50-60

Edward VII, Penny, 1903, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), light marks to neck, about uncirculated

£40-50

Edward VII, Penny, 1903, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), scratches in field, carbon spots, about uncirculated

£40-50

1014 1014

1015

1016

Edward VII, Penny, 1904, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), carbon spot on reverse, uncirculated

£80-100

Edward VII, Penny, 1904, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), carbon spots on reverse, about uncirculated

£60-80

Edward VII, Penny, 1904, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), full lustre, bag marks, about uncirculated

£60-80

1017 1017

1018

1019

Edward VII, Penny, 1910, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), carbon spot behind Britannia, uncirculated

£50-70

Edward VII, Penny, 1910, head right, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3990), minor carbon spot at the back of the head, about uncirculated

£40-50

Edward VII, Halfpennies, 1903 (2), head right, rev. Britannia right (S.3991), one with finger print on reverse, almost uncirculated (2)

£60-80

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1021

1020 1020

1021

g1022

Edward VII, Halfpennies, 1903 (2), head right, rev. Britannia right (S.3991), traces of lustre, one with carbon spots on reverse, uncirculated (2)

£80-100

Edward VII, Halfpenny, 1905, head right, rev. Britannia right (S.3991), few carbon spots on reverse, uncirculated

£40-50

George V (1910-36), Half-Sovereign, 1914, head left, rev. St George and dragon (S.4006), good very fine

£70-90

1024

1023

1023

1024

1025

1026

George V, Pennies (2), 1912 H, 1918 KN, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right (S.4052, S.4053), the first, extremely fine, second good very fine (2)

£120-180

George V, wreath Crown, 1928, rev. crown within wreath (ESC 368; S.4036), about extremely fine

£200-250

George V, wreath Crown, 1928, rev. crown within wreath (ESC 368; S.4036), good very fine

£180-220

Crowns (5), George V, wreath type, 1933 (ESC 373; S.4036), fine, Jubilee type, 1935 (S.4048), very fine, George VI, 1937, 1951 (S.4078, 4111), extremely fine, Elizabeth II, 1953 (S.4136), extremely fine (5)

£60-80

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George V, wreath Crown, 1936, rev. crown within wreath (ESC 381; S.4036), very fine

£220-260

1028

George V, Farthings, 1935 (4), head left, rev. Britannia right (S.4061), some carbon spots, about uncirculated to uncirculated (4)

£70-90

1029 g1029 1030

George VI (1937-52), proof Sovereign, 1937, head left, rev. St George and dragon (S.4076), a few very light hairlines, otherwise as struck

£1,200-1,500

George VI, currency set, 1937, Crown to Farthing, without Maundy, unboxed (S.4078, 4080, 4081, 4082, 4083, 4084, 4085, 4112, 4114, 4115, 4116), extremely fine (11)

£50-60

1031

1031

1032

George VI, Royal Maundy, 1951, white leather pouch with Maundy money as issued to value of 56d, comprising five full sets, a Fourpence and Twopence (ESC 2568; S.4096), uncirculated (22) The value of the Maundy coins in the pouch equals the age of the reigning monarch in the year of issue. George VI was 56 in 1951. Pennies (5), George VI, (4), 1950, proof 1950, 1951, proof 1951 (S.4117); Elizabeth II, 1953, (S.4154), 1950 and 1951 proofs with fingerprint on reverse, generally extremely fine to good extremely fine (5) WWW.spinK.Com

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£600-800

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Elizabeth II (1952- ), Maundy set, 1953 (S.4126), stains, extremely fine, in case (4)

£400-500

1034 1034

Elizabeth II, Maundy Set, 1964 (ESC 2581, S.4131), about uncirculated, in case (4)

£90-120

1035 g1035

Elizabeth II, proof Sovereign, 1985, crowned bust right, rev. St George and dragon (S.4271), as struck

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1036

1036

1037

Edward VII (1901-10), matt proof set, 1902, Sovereign, Half-Sovereign, Crown to Maundy Penny (S.PS.10), uncirculated, the silver toned, in case of issue (11)

ÂŁ1,200-1,500

Edward VII, incomplete matt proof set, 1902, Half-Sovereign, Crown, Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence (2) and Maundy, Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence, Penny (S.PS10), without the Sovereign, and with the Sixpence twice, as struck, in case of issue, this in good conditon (11)

ÂŁ700-900

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1038

g1038

1039

1040

1041

George VI (1936-52), gold proof set, 1937, Five-Pounds, Two-Pounds, Sovereign, Half-Sovereign (S.PS15), some hairlines, as struck, in case of issue, this with a few scuffs (4)

£3,500-4,000

George VI, 1937, proof set, Crown to Farthing including Maundy (S.PS 16), lightly tarnished, as struck, in case of issue, this in good condition (15)

£240-280

George VI, 1950, proof set, Halfcrown to Farthing (S.PS17), as struck, in card box of issue, this with a few scuffs (9)

£120-150

George VI, 1951, proof set, Crown to Farthing, in card box of issue, as struck (10)

£120-160

PROVENANCE:

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Elizabeth II (1952- ), 1953, proof set, Crown to Farthing (S.PS19), slightly stained, otherwise as struck, in case of issue, this stained in places (10)

£80-100

MISCELLANEOUS LOTS OF BRITISH MILLED COINS 1043

1044

Seventeenth century Æ coins (8), Farthings (5) Charles II (1), 1672 (S.3394), nearly very fine, others (4), fair, William III, Halfpennies (3), fair (8)

£80-100

Miscellaneous AE (9), Ireland, James II, ‘gunmoney’ Halfcrown, May 1689 (S.6580B), fine, George III, imitation Halfpenny, 1775, about very fine, Jettons (2) and a seventeenth century 6s 9d coin weight, these fine, seventeenth century tokens (3), various, fair, and Charles I, rose Farthing, fine (9)

£60-80

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1046

1047

1048

1049

1050

1051

1052

1053

1054

Anne, Shillings (9), pre Union (2), 1703 VIGO, 1705 roses and plumes, post Union (7), 1707 E second bust, 1708, 1708 E*, 1709, 1710 third bust, roses and plumes, 1711, 1714 plumes and roses (ESC 1131, 1136, 1138, 1145, 1147, 1154, 1155, 1158, 1161; S.3586, 3589, 3608, 3609, 3610, 3614, 3617, 3618), some cleaned, fair to very fine (9)

£300-400

George I, Æ coins (8), Halfpennies (6), ‘Dump’ issue (3), 1717, 1718 (2), one with no stops on obverse (S.3659), one good fine, the others, fine, second issue, 1720, 1723, 1724 (S.3660), fair - fine, Farthings (2), second issue, 1719, 1723 (S.3662), fair - fine (8)

£80-100

British Milled Silver coins (12), Shillings (3), George I, 1721/0, roses and plumes (ESC 1172; S.3645, date part obscured by adjustment mark, fine, George II, 1758 (ESC 1213; S.3704), nearly very fine, George III, 1787, hearts (ESC 1225; S.3746, very fine, along with Sixpence (1), 1758, Fourpence (2) 1683, 1800, Threepence 1679, 1762, generally fine or better, others (4), poor (12)

£80-100

George III, Soho coinage (10), Pennies (3), 1806 (2), 1807, Halfpennies (3), 1799 (2), 1806, Farthings (4), 1799 (2), 1806, 1807 (S.3780, 3778, 3781, 3779, 3782), generally very fine, one lacquered (10)

£80-100

British Milled copper coins (21), including, George III (7), Twopence 1797, Penny, 1797, this with I-O scratched by bust, Halfpenny, 1799, Penny, 1806, generally fine - very fine, one with lustre, others (3), fair - fine, George IV (8), Halfpenny, 1826 (S.3824), good very fine, others (7), fair - fine, one better, William IV (6), Halfpenny, 1837 (S.3847), good very fine, others (5), fair - fine (21)

£80-100

George IV (6), Penny, 1826, Halfpenny, 1827, Farthings (3), 1823, 1827, 1828, Half-Farthing, 1828 (S.3823, 3824, 3822, 3825, 3826), the 1828 Farthing, lustrous, extremely fine, the others, generally very fine - good very fine, William IV (5), Penny, 1831, Halfpenny, 1837, Farthings (3), 1834 (2), 1837 (S.3845, 3847, 3848), generally fine, one better (13)

£100-130

Victoria Crowns (17), Jubilee head (5), 1889, 1888, 1890, 1891, 1892 (S.3921), the 1892 very fine, the others fine, old head (12), 1893, 1894 (2), 1895 (2), 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899 (3), 1900 (S.3937), generally nearly very fine, some better (17)

£200-250

Victoria, Halfcrowns (8), young head (2), Jubilee head (3), old head (3), Florins (14), ‘Godless’ (1), ‘Gothic’ (4), Jubilee head (2), old head (7), Shillings (15), young head (8), ‘Jubilee’ head (2), old head (5), Sixpences (5), young head, ‘Jubilee’ head (2), old head (2), Groat (2), Fourpences, young head (2), Threepences (21), young head (9), ‘Jubilee’ head (3), old head (9), Maundy Twopence, young head, Maundy Pennies young head (2), varied state (lot)

£200-300

Victoria, Halfcrowns (7), 1887, 1889, 1891, 1893, 1897, 1900, 1901 (ESC 719, 722, 724, 726, 731, 734, 735; S.3924, 3938); Edward VII, Halfcrowns (7), 1902, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 (ESC 746, 749, 751, 752, 753, 754, 755; S.3980), some cleaned, fair to extremely fine (14)

£150-250

Miscellaneous British milled Crowns (27), including George III (5), emergency coinage, oval countermarked Mexico Dollar, this mounted as a brooch, with broken pin, new coinage (4), generally fair about fine, George IV (1), fair, Victoria (7), young head (1), about fine, Jubilee head (2), generally fine, old head (2), generally fine, Double Florins (2), very fine, George VI (3), two in cases, very fine or better, Elizabeth II three in cases, generally very fine or better (11), along with Edward VIII, Æ44 Coronation medal, very fine, in box of issue, Elizabeth II currency sets (3), extremely fine (lot)

£130-180

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1057

1058

1059

1060

1061

1062

1063

1064

1065

Victoria, silver coins (13), young head (4), Sixpence, 1858, Fourpence, 1840, Maundy (2), Fourpence and Threepence 1868, Jubilee head (6), Crown, 1890, Double Florin, 1887, Halfcrowns 1890, Florin, 1887, Sixpence, 1887, Threepence, 1887, Old head (2), Crown, 1897, Florin, 1893, generally very fine - extremely fine (13)

£120-180

Edward VII, Crown, 1902, about fine, Halfcrowns (3), 1902, 1906, 1908, fair, Florins (6), 1902, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1909, 1910, one cleaned, fine to very fine, Shillings (5), 1902, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1910, fair to very fine, Sixpences (3), 1905, 1909, 1910, fair to very fine (18)

£120-180

George V (25), Crown, 1935 (S.3408) extremely fine, Halfcrowns (9), 1913, 1914, 1915 (2), 1919, 1923, 1927, 1928, 1936 (S.4011, 4021A, 4032, 4037), generally good very fine, one or two better, Florins (5), 1918, 1928, 1931, 1936 (2) (S.4012, 4038), generally good very fine, one or two better, Shillings (4), 1916, 1921, 1926, 1936 (S.4013, 4023, 4023A, 4039), good very fine - about extremely fine, Sixpences (3), 1911, 1913, 1921 (S.4014, 4024), very fine, Threepences, (3), 1915, 1917, 1933 (S.4015, 4042), very fine (25)

£100-150

George VI (22), Crowns (2), 1937, 1951 (S.4078, 4111), Halfcrowns (3), 1938, 1939, 1940 (S.4080), Florin, 1939 (S.4081), Shillings (5), 1939 (2), 1943, 1946 (2) (4082, 4083), Sixpence (5), 1937, 1941 (2), 1946, 1949 (S.4084, 4110), Threepence (3), 1937, 1940, 1941 (S.4085), Maundy oddments (3), Threepence, 1939, Twopence and Penny, both 1947, generally extremely fine (22)

£80-100

British milled silver coins (64), mainly nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Halfcrowns (12), Florins (12), Shillings (13), Sixpences (7), Threepences (20), generally fine, a few better (64)

£100-120

Victoria, Pennies (13), ‘bun’ Head (10), old Head (3), Halfpennies ‘bun’ head (2), Farthings (10) ‘bun’ head (9), old head (1), Half-Farthings (2), Third-Farthings (2), generally fair to extremely fine (lot)

£120-180

British Coins (approx. 200), copper and bronze, mainly Eighteenth to Twentieth centuries a few earlier, Seaby 1965 Token Values, generally fair-fine, many better (lot)

£80-100

Victoria Æ coins, young head (13), Penny, 1848 (S.3948), graffito on reverse, good fine, Halfpennies (2), 1841, 1853 (S.3949), 1841, good very fine, the other very fine, Farthings (10), fair, ‘bun’ head (23), Penny (1), 1860, beaded borders (S.3954), lustre, good very fine, Farthings (22) (S.3958, 3959), generally fine, some better, Farthing fractions (5) (S.3951; 3953, 3960), about fine, two good very fine, old head (7) (S.3963, 3964), generally fine - very fine (46)

£100-120

British milled coins, twentieth century, Edward VII, Pennies (4), Halfpenny, Farthings (2), Third Farthing, George V, Pennies (8), Halfpennies (7), Farthings (17), ThirdFarthings (2), George VI, Pennies (14), Halfpennies (4), Farthings (16), Elizabeth II, Commemorative Crowns (5), Halfcrowns (5), Florins (2), Shillings (14), Sixpences (2), Pennies (12), Halfpennies (12), Farthings (3), mixed grades (lot)

£70-90

British ¡ coins (73), after 1920, Silver (62), Halfcrowns (14), Florins (12), Shillings (22), Sixpences (5), Threepences (9), and CuNi (11), generally fine - good fine, a few better (73)

£100-130

A large quantity (many hundreds) of British coins, mostly 20th century, including silver, in six albums, also two albums of world coins again mostly 20th century, a small quantity of 20th century banknotes, and a framed set of 1981 Royal Wedding Commemorative Crowns, very mixed condition (lot)

£300-500

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BRITISH HISTORICAL AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

1066 x1066

Mary I, bronze portrait medal by Jacopo da Trezzo, undated, 67mm., bust left, rev. allegorical figure (E.33; MI.72, 20), a late cast, very fine with a rich brown patina

1067 x1067

x1068

£100-200

1068

Scotland, Mary, cast uniface silver portrait medal, 10.56g, unsigned, oval, 33mm. x 27mm., facing bust wearing cap, wide ruff and decorated bodice, rev. engraved M.A.R D.GR/SCOTOR/1559., a retrospective medal, the date on the reverse possibly alluding to Mary’s accession to the French throne 10 July 1559, very fine, with ring for suspension

£100-200

Elizabeth I, cast and chased bronze medal, 26.64g, unsigned, oval, 48mm. x 40mm., bust left, wearing high ruff and richly jewelled dress, within Garter, rev. royal shield, garnished, supported by an angel, within Garter, possibly a 19th century cast (MI.192, 185), extremely fine

£100-200

1069 x1069

Coronation of James I, 1603, cast silver medal, 5.28g, laureate, draped and armoured bust right, IAC: I: BRIT: CAE: AVG: HAE CAESA RVM: D.D., rev. ECCE. PHAOS; POPVLIQ; SALVS, crowned lion rampant holding beacon and wheatsheaf, 28mm. (Eimer 80; MI i, 191/11), small mark by ear, toned, about extremely fine WWW.spinK.Com

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1071 1070 x1070

1071

Charles I, Declaration of Parliament, silvered electrotype of the unique medal in the British Museum, oval, 55mm. x 50mm., ship in full sail to left, rev. PRO RELIGIONE GREGE ET REGE, the two Houses of Parliament, wide floral border (MI. 293, 110), very fine

£100-200

Anne, 1702, Gold Coronation medal, by J. Croker, draped bust of Queen Anne left, rev. Pallas standing left, hurling thunder at two-headed monster, VICEM. GERRIT. ILLA TONANTIS.in ex. INAVGVRAT. XXIII. AP. MDCCII., 18.68g, 35mm. (Eimer 390; MI ii 228/4), adjustment marks on reverse, about extremely fine

£1,500-1,800

1072 1072

Cities Captured 1703, silver medal by by J Croker, draped bust left, rev. SINE CLADE Tyche offering keys to Marlborough (Eimer 400; MI.ii, 246/35), small marks on edge, very fine

VICTOR,

£200-250

1073 1073

1074

Peace of Utrecht, 1713, Gold medal, by J. Croker, laureate bust of Queen Anne left, rev. COMPOSITIS. VENERANTVR. ARMIS., Britannia standing holding olive branch, ships, right, farming scene, left, behind in ex, MDCCXIII, 35mm. (MI ii 400/457; E.460), hairlines, red stain on ship behind Britannia, extremely fine

£1,500-1,800

George III, Battle of Waterloo, 1815, large commemorative medal by Benedetto Pistrucci, uniface obverse and reverse in gutta percha, both gilt, 133mm. (BHM.870; E.1067), an attractive pair of impressions, the gilding fresh with only a few spots, extremely fine, in a later fitted wooden box for display (2)

£600-800

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1075

1075

George IV, Silver portrait medal, 1824, by B. Pistrucci, head bound with ribbon left, ΓWΩEΓIOΣ ∆ MEΓ. BPET. BAΣIΛAYΣ, signed below ΠIΣTPYKKI AYTOΠTHΣ BΠOIEI, rev. Trident head dividing two dolphins, AΩ-K∆ below, 60mm. (BHM 1221; E.1171), an attractive neo-classical medal, extremely fine

£1,800-2,000

This medal is sometimes referred to as the Naval Aid to Greece medal but this is incorrect. The reason for this medal being commissioned is unclear.

1076

1076

George IV, Bronze portrait medal, 1824, by B.Pistrucci, head bound with ribbon left, ΓEΩPΓIOΣ ∆ MEΓ. BPET. BAΣIΛEYΣ, signed below ΠIΣTPYKKI AYTOΠTHΣ BΠOIEI, rev. Trident head dividing two dolphins, AΩ-K∆ below, 60mm. (BHM 1221; E.1171), light edge bruise at 1 o’clock, reflective surfaces, almost uncirculated The occasion commemorated by this medal is unclear.

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1077

1077

Death of Lord Byron, 1824, Æ medal, by A.J. Stothard, head of Byron left, BYPΩN behind, rev. AΦΘITON - AIEI, baytree, cloud with lightning above, edge inscribed in Greek, 64mm. (BHM 1231; E.1172; Forrer V/695), rubbed on high points, almost extremely fine

£250-300

1078 1078

International Exhibition London 1862, Bronze Prize Medal awarded to the Right Honorable Lord Taunton, by L.C. Wyon, after D.Maclise, Britannia seated left, surrounded by female figures bearing the products of Art, Science, Agriculture and Industry, a lion in foreground, rev. 1862 LONDINI HONORIS CAUSA within a wreath, edge impressed RT. HON. LORD TAUNTON, PRES. OF COUNCIL OF CHAIRMEN., 77mm. (BHM 2747; E.1553), light marks in fields, about extremely fine

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1079

Visit to the City of London by George I of Greece, 1880, Bronze medal, G.G. Adams, head left, GEORGE IST KING OF THE HELLENES, rev. Londinia, accompanied by Britannia, welcomes Hellas, beyond, St Paul’s Cathedral left and Parthenon right, in ex. JUNE 16. 1880, 76mm. (BHM. 3077; W.16; E.1668), in a maroon leather case of issue, inscriptions in gilt, once lacquered then cleaned, extremely fine

£500-600

This piece is one of the series of medals commissioned by the Corporation of the City of London to commemorate the visit of George I of Greece. 400 specimens were struck. 1080

Miscellaneous medallions and tokens, Fine Arts Exhibition 1874, bronze medal by G.T. Morgan (Eimer 1633), Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897, silver medal (1817b), Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria 1897, bronze medal (1817), in original case of issue, Coronation of Edward VII 1902, silver medal by G.W. de Saulles (Eimer 1871b), Coronation of George VI, bronze medallion, 1937, USA, New York Exhibition of the Industry of all Nations, bronze medal, 1853, by C.C. Wright, Newcastle, John Elliott, Farthing, 1814 (Withers 889), Somerset, Bath, Farthing (DH.115), South Wales, Farthings, 1793 (2), Scotland, Glsgow Retailers token, Evasion Halfpenny, 1794, GEORGE RULED, rev. BRITAIN ISLES, Australia, Professor Holloway Penny Token, 1857, generally very fine to extremely fine (lot)

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£120 £150 £150 £220 £90 £150 £120 £140 £600 £130 £360 £100 £160 £340 £60 £100 £150 £160 £100 £140 £60 £100 £60 £100 £130 £220 £60 £100 £120 £100 £300 £400

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93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124

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£170 £900 £280 £200 £280 £460 £140 £320 £320 £150 £180 £220 £200 £320 £260 £360 £200 £750 £150 £200 £150 £170 £260 £190 £320 £150 £1,250 £2,100 £2,400 £3,600 £130 £320 £170 £240 £260 £120 £100 £170 £340 £180 £280 £90 £160 £130 £220 £100 £480 £260 £380 £440

372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 395 396 397 398 399 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424

£100 £550 £460 £160 £120 £380 £1,900 £500 £280 £480 £220 £110 £550 £650 £200 £220 £130 £1,450 £2,000 £620 £360 £300 £120 £620 £260 £100 £50 £190 £320 £50 £140 £140 £4,000 £1,550 £6,800 £600 £260 £420 £420 £7,000 £220 £320 £240 £850 £190 £1,750 £5,200 £5,000 £550 £60

425 426 427 428 429 431 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476

£70 £170 £3,000 £260 £110 £170 £260 £150 £150 £520 £3,800 £3,200 £200 £80 £90 £110 £50 £90 £70 £180 £50 £150 £160 £160 £70 £100 £700 £320 £340 £460 £360 £650 £100 £1,300 £220 £400 £1,350 £9,500 £260 £190 £340 £400 £380 £240 £240 £200 £170 £200 £260 £900

477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526

£170 £100 £680 £2,600 £240 £180 £320 £170 £140 £220 £100 £380 £150 £500 £600 £220 £700 £180 £300 £280 £1,900 £1,600 £300 £240 £240 £620 £260 £190 £140 £130 £240 £920 £110 £480 £160 £3,600 £900 £3,400 £400 £480 £500 £420 £160 £620 £1,900 £120 £80 £70 £400 £160


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Lot

Price

Lot

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Lot

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Lot

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Lot

Price

527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543 544 545 546 547 548 549 550 551 552 553 554 555 556 557 558 559 560 561 562 563 564 565 566 567 568 569 570 571 572 573

£120 £680 £150 £320 £650 £5,200 £480 £140 £280 £40 £420 £28,000 £27,000 £3,600 £190 £240 £130 £100 £100 £110 £420 £620 £1,200 £19,000 £120 £130 £1,000 £750 £800 £15,000 £15,000 £4,000 £2,100 £5,500 £130 £600 £240 £460 £140 £220 £1,250 £1,300 £380 £200 £1,500 £160 £130

574 575 576 577 578 579 581 582 583 584 585 586 587 588 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 597 598 599 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 612 613 615 616 617 618 619 620 621 622

£80 £190 £2,500 £520 £5,200 £1,300 £2,300 £1,200 £10,000 £160 £520 £1,200 £1,200 £300 £90 £160 £1,000 £320 £2,800 £1,050 £110 £1,150 £1,350 £1,300 £580 £580 £620 £260 £7,000 £1,150 £750 £6,200 £260 £400 £100 £190 £130 £160 £160 £340 £400 £420 £220 £200 £320 £320 £150

623 624 625 626 627 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 640 641 642 643 644 645 646 647 648 649 651 653 654 655 656 657 658 659 660 661 663 664 665 666 667 668 669 670 671 672 673

£900 £700 £500 £680 £300 £1,250 £1,600 £1,600 £320 £680 £320 £140 £170 £240 £150 £140 £160 £2,400 £4,400 £15,200 £900 £240 £220 £2,800 £1,000 £750 £18,000 £460 £1,500 £9,000 £700 £260 £440 £1,800 £300 £130 £700 £460 £220 £80 £900 £440 £520 £850 £900 £13,000 £1,900

674 675 676 677 678 679 680 681 682 683 684 685 686 687 688 689 690 691 692 693 694 695 696 697 698 699 700 701 702 703 704 705 706 707 708 709 710 711 712 713 715 716 717 718 719 720 721

£1,500 £100 £1,400 £1,900 £950 £620 £4,000 £300 £220 £750 £550 £900 £1,300 £1,600 £2,200 £480 £420 £900 £2,200 £1,050 £950 £1,500 £450 £1,150 £700 £2,900 £650 £260 £520 £200 £170 £150 £260 £340 £220 £220 £260 £280 £140 £550 £220 £520 £550 £160 £420 £700 £180

722 723 724 725 726 727 728 729 730 731 732 734 735 736 737 738 739 740 741 742 743 744 745 746 747 748 749 750 751 752 753 754 755 756 757 758 759 760 761 762 763 764 765 766 767 768 769

£180 £190 £320 £240 £200 £200 £700 £440 £150 £300 £160 £260 £17,000 £1,200 £320 £220 £650 £420 £220 £4,200 £680 £460 £380 £320 £80 £380 £320 £1,900 £1,600 £1,250 £520 £320 £360 £1,350 £180 £240 £300 £150 £260 £320 £320 £380 £260 £440 £1,350 £4,200 £525

770 771 772 773 774 775 776 777 778 779 780 781 782 783 784 785 786 788 789 790 791 792 793 794 795 796 797 798 799 801 803 804 805 806 807 808 809 810 811 812 813 814 815 816

£110 £80 £110 £80 £130 £2,200 £70 £180 £85 £100 £160 £110 £230 £110 £1,500 £120 £360 £950 £4,000 £1,200 £1,800 £850 £520 £380 £380 £220 £120 £460 £140 £2,600 £90 £280 £280 £500 £400 £70 £120 £700 £440 £50 £1,700 £160 £90 £2,000


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AUCTION RESULTS saLe:

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Tuesday 1 October 2013

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The following prices in sterling do not include the buyer’s premium and are rounded to the nearest pound. Lots which did not sell are not shown. Spink & Son are not responsible for typographical errors or omissions. Lot 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

Price £1,150 £360 £340 £7,000 £340 £300 £1,550 £3,900 £200 £800 £8,500 £200 £400 £400 £220 £18,000 £3,600 £3,400 £36,000 £6,500 £4,800 £1,100 £110 £3,800 £70 £320 £2,500 £2,300 £650 £900 £2,700 £2,400 £500 £550 £3,600 £420 £750

Lot 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

Lot

Price

£340 £1,800 £60 £1,100 £2,300 £20,000 £140 £3,800 £130 £420 £650 £1,800 £220 £380 £280 £200 £650 £340 £380 £340 £1,500 £460 £440 £180 £7,500 £220 £750 £340 £300 £200 £320 £260 £280 £1,000 £400 £3,500 £7,500

75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112

£2,500 £600 £1,300 £140 £300 £800 £3,200 £800 £190 £220 £2,000 £1,900 £4,400 £520 £850 £220 £3,200 £1,000 £200 £2,000 £300 £1,700 £4,000 £400 £1,200 £340 £1,500 £2,700 £1,100 £500 £320 £2,300 £600 £5,000 £640 £1,250 £2,100

113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151

£2,000 £700 £420 £650 £340 £400 £220 £220 £280 £240 £200 £120 £280 £240 £180 £260 £300 £800 £170 £2,200 £3,200 £170 £130 £160 £260 £4,000 £150 £170 £130 £7,500 £3,200 £2,200 £1,000 £120 £160 £700 £200

152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 161 162 163 164 165 166 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191

£300 £3,400 £120 £90 £400 £420 £2,600 £1,000 £180 £360 £1,700 £340 £1,600 £340 £300 £2,000 £220 £80 £420 £3,400 £850 £750 £150 £280 £2,300 £200 £420 £1,500 £3,500 £1,000 £1,650 £1,000 £800 £1,100 £1,400 £1,200 £1,200

192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230

£550 £550 £650 £340 £280 £500 £240 £550 £420 £400 £360 £1,400 £1,300 £5,200 £750 £850 £1,200 £700 £550 £220 £46,000 £28,000 £620 £550 £750 £580 £600 £360 £900 £600 £420 £500 £1,100 £500 £3,200 £280 £2,300


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Lot

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Lot

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Price

231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 247 248 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 258 259 260 261 262 264 265 266 268 269 270 271 272 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 288 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298

£1,100 £300 £2,500 £1,350 £1,100 £2,000 £2,200 £1,600 £5,000 £750 £3,000 £550 £850 £440 £1,600 £1,600 £3,600 £1,100 £1,900 £300 £19,000 £260 £1,200 £500 £125,000 £28,000 £48,000 £6,000 £4,000 £700 £950 £400 £700 £1,150 £850 £460 £550 £1,050 £600 £1,150 £3,000 £200 £1,200 £1,000 £520 £850 £190 £4,400 £3,800 £4,200 £7,000 £1,200 £550 £420 £5,500 £380 £400 £78,000

299 300 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 329 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 345 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365

£1,000 £240 £260 £3,200 £3,600 £100 £1,400 £14,000 £2,700 £340 £3,800 £4,000 £6,000 £3,800 £1,500 £1,700 £5,200 £150 £2,500 £2,800 £800 £620 £680 £4,400 £150 £260 £1,500 £2,600 £380 £260 £260 £300 £340 £360 £360 £360 £420 £16,000 £7,000 £460 £180 £190 £900 £750 £40 £1,900 £1,300 £1,750 £70 £1,200 £1,350 £1,000 £4,600 £9,000 £680 £600 £260 £150

366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 378 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426

£18,000 £260 £340 £240 £280 £160 £200 £190 £280 £200 £220 £280 £220 £260 £280 £260 £240 £320 £80 £240 £1,000 £10,000 £280 £140 £120 £280 £220 £16,000 £220 £260 £29,000 £320 £240 £20,000 £240 £4,000 £340 £280 £240 £140 £7,000 £160 £1,300 £28,000 £20,000 £2,300 £1,050 £12,500 £3,100 £2,500 £6,200 £1,400 £2,600 £4,800 £1,900 £5,000 £2,800 £5,600

427 428 429 430 431 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487

£1,050 £1,800 £5,800 £1,500 £1,900 £400 £3,200 £3,400 £2,800 £320 £700 £23,000 £700 £460 £800 £110 £140 £19,000 £420 £130 £100 £3,000 £260 £1,100 £1,000 £100 £1,700 £850 £7,000 £400 £420 £340 £320 £420 £300 £150 £220 £180 £700 £180 £380 £160 £240 £800 £4,200 £4,000 £1,500 £320 £70 £80 £100 £122 £60 £120 £170 £600 £850 £5,800

488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 541 542 543 544 545 546 547 548

£100 £300 £160 £170 £300 £200 £850 £480 £70 £4,000 £950 £600 £3,800 £6,400 £400 £31,000 £1,700 £4,400 £8,500 £360 £1,250 £1,000 £320 £360 £260 £260 £1,900 £1,600 £220 £1,600 £8,500 £420 £1,900 £500 £5,500 £240 £220 £100,000 £260 £240 £240 £300 £260 £1,200 £160 £60 £350 £100 £70 £95 £320 £140 £150 £110 £240 £80 £140 £220

549 550 551 552 553 554 555 556 557 560 561 562 563 564 565 566 567 568 569 570 571 572 573 574 575 576 577 578 579 580 581 582 583 584 585 586 587 588 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 597 599 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609

£120 £220 £70 £110 £110 £6,000 £440 £170 £80 £55 £50 £50 £1,600 £38,000 £1,100 £5,200 £63,000 £6,000 £40,000 £600 £170 £360 £480 £1,900 £460 £300 £1,600 £200 £27,000 £90 £320 £190 £190 £260 £420 £400 £2,200 £750 £650 £750 £650 £650 £300 £550 £60 £220 £420 £400 £400 £680 £460 £450 £100 £70 £2,000 £240 £750 £160


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TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR BUYERS These conditions set out the terms on which we (Spink and Son Limited of 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury London WC1B 4ET (company no. 04369748)) contract with you (Buyer) either as agent on behalf of the Seller or as principal if we are the Seller. You should read these conditions carefully. 1

DEFINITIONS The following definitions in this condition apply in these conditions.

2

Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme

means a VAT margin scheme as defined by HM Revenue & Customs;

Buyer’s Premium

means the charge payable by you as a percentage of the Hammer Price, at the rates set out in clause 5.1 below;

Certificate of Authenticity

means a certificate issued by an Expert Committee confirming the authenticity of a Lot;

Expert Committee

means a committee of experts to whom a Lot may be sent for an extension in accordance with clause 3.4.3;

Forgery

means a Lot constituting an imitation originally conceived and executed as a whole with a fraudulent intention to deceive as to authorship, origin, age, period, culture or source where the correct description as to such matters is not reflected by the description in the catalogue and which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description in the catalogue. Accordingly, no Lot shall be capable of being a Forgery by reason of any damage and/or restoration work of any kind (including re-enamelling);

Hammer Price

means the amount of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer in relation to a Lot;

Lot

means any item deposited with us for sale at auction and, in particular, the item or items described against any Lot number in any catalogue;

Reserve

the amount below which we agree with the Seller that the Lot cannot be sold;

Seller

means the owner of the Lot being sold by us;

Spink Group

Spink and Son Limited, our subsidiaries and associated companies.

VAT

value added tax chargeable under VAT and any similar replacement or additional tax; and

VAT Symbols

means the symbols detailing the VAT status of the Lot details of which are set out at the back of the catalogue.

SPINK’S ROLE AS AGENT 2.1

2.2 3

the same effect as notice of an intention to question the genuineness or description of the Lot for the purposes of clause 5.13 (Refund in the case of Forgery) of these Terms and Conditions and the provisions of clause 5.13 (Refund in the case of Forgery) shall apply accordingly.

All sales undertaken by us either at auction or privately are undertaken either as agent on behalf of the Seller or from time to time, as principal if we are the owner of the Lot. Please note that even if we are acting as agent on behalf of the Seller rather than as principal, we may have a financial interest in the Lot.

3.4.2 Notice of a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity must give the reason why such opinion is required and specify the identity of your proposed expert which will be subject to agreement by us. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to refuse a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity including (without limitation) where the proposed expert is not known to us.

The contract for the sale of the Lot will be between you and the Seller.

BEFORE THE SALE 3.1

3.2

Examination of goods You are strongly advised to examine personally any goods in which you are interested, before the auction takes place. Condition reports are usually available on request. We provide no guarantee to you other than in relation to Forgeries, as set out in clause 5.13 of these Terms and Conditions.

3.4.3 If we accept a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity we will submit the Lot to the Expert Committee. You acknowledge and accept that the length of time taken by an Expert Committee to reach an opinion will vary depending on the circumstances and in any event is beyond our control.

Catalogue descriptions

3.4.4 We will not normally accept a request for an extension on account of condition. Any Lot described in the catalogue as having faults or defects may not be returned even if an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity cites other faults or defects not included in the catalogue description, other than in the case of a Forgery.

3.2.1 Statements by us in the catalogue or condition report, or made orally or in writing elsewhere, regarding the authorship, origin, date, age, size, medium, attribution, genuineness, provenance, condition or estimated selling price of any Lot are merely statements of opinion, and are not to be relied on as statements of definitive fact. Catalogue illustrations are for guidance only, and should not be relied on either to determine the tone or colour of any item or to reveal imperfections. Estimates of the selling price should not be relied on as a statement that this price is either the price at which the Lot will sell or its value for any other purpose. 3.2.2 Many items are of an age or nature which precludes their being in perfect condition and some descriptions in the catalogue or given by way of condition report make reference to damage and/or restoration. We provide this information for guidance only and the absence of such a reference does not imply that an item is free from defects or restoration nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. 3.2.3 Other than as set out in clause 5.13, and in the absence of fraud, neither the Seller nor we, nor any of our employees or agents, are responsible for the correctness of any statement as to the authorship, origin, date, age, attribution, genuineness or provenance of any Lot nor for any other errors of description or for any faults or defects in any Lot. 3.3

Your Responsibility You are responsible for satisfying yourself as to the condition of the goods and the matters referred to in the catalogue description.

3.4

Extensions – Stamps only 3.4.1 If you wish to obtain an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity on any Lot (other than a mixed Lot or Lot containing undescribed stamps) you must notify us in writing not less than forty-eight hours before the time fixed for the commencement of the first session of the sale. If accepted by us, such request shall have

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3.4.5 Should Spink accept a request for an extension under the foregoing provisions of this paragraph, the fact may be stated by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to the sale of the Lot. 3.4.6 It should be noted that any stamp accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity is sold on the basis of that Certificate only and not on the basis of any other description or warranty as to authenticity. No request for an extension will be accepted on such a stamp and the return of such a stamp will not be accepted. 4

AT THE SALE 4.1

Refusal of admission Our sales usually take place on our own premises or premises over which we have control for the sale, and we have the right, exercisable at our complete discretion, to refuse admission to the premises or attendance at an auction.

4.2

Registration before bidding You must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before making a bid at auction. Please be aware that we usually require buyers to undergo a credit check. If you have not bid successfully with Spink in the past, or you are registering with us for the first time, we reserve the right to require a deposit of up to 50% of the amount you intend to spend. Such deposit will be deducted from your invoice should you be successful. If you are unsuccessful at auction, your deposit will be returned by the same means it was paid to Spink. Some lots may be designated, prior to the auction, as “Premium Lots”, which means a deposit may be required before placing a bid on the item for sale. Information will be posted on our website in such an event.


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4.3

Bidding as Principal When making a bid (whether such bids are made in person or by way of telephone bids operated by Spink, commission or online or email bids), you will be deemed to be acting as principal and will be accepting personal liability, unless it has been agreed in writing, at the time of registration, that you are acting as agent on behalf of a third party buyer acceptable to us.

4.4

Commission Bids If you give us instructions to bid on your behalf, by using the form provided in our catalogues or via our website, we shall use reasonable endeavours to do so, provided these instructions are received not later than 24 hours before the auction. If we receive commission bids on a particular Lot for identical amounts, and at auction these bids are the highest bids for the Lot, it will be sold to the person whose bid was received first. Commission bids are undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the sale, and the conduct of the auction may be such that we are unable to bid as requested. Since this is undertaken as a free service to prospective buyers on the terms stated, we cannot accept liability for failure to make a commission bid. You should therefore always attend personally if you wish to be certain of bidding.

4.5

On-line Bidding We offer internet services as a convenience to our clients. We will not be responsible for errors or failures to execute bids placed on the internet, including, without limitation, errors or failures caused by (i) a loss of internet connection by either party for whatever reason; (ii) a breakdown or problems with the online bidding software and/or (iii) a breakdown or problems with your internet connection, computer or system. Execution of on-line internet bids is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the auction and we do not accept liability for failing to execute an online internet bid or for errors or omissions in connection with this activity.

4.6

Telephone Bids If you make arrangements with us not less than 24 hours before the sale, we shall use reasonable endeavours to contact you to enable you to participate in bidding by telephone, but in no circumstances will we be liable to either the Seller or you as a result of failure to do so.

4.7

Currency Converter At some auctions, a currency converter will be operated, based on the one month forward rates of exchange quoted to us by Barclays Bank Plc or any other appropriate rate determined by us, at opening on the date of the auction. Bidding will take place in a currency determined by us, which is usually sterling for auctions held in London. The currency converter is not always reliable, and errors may occur beyond our control either in the accuracy of the Lot number displayed on the converter, or the foreign currency equivalent of sterling bids. We shall not be liable to you for any loss suffered as a result of you following the currency converter.

4.8

Video images At some auctions there will be a video screen. Mistakes may occur in its operation, and we cannot be liable to you regarding either the correspondence of the image to the Lot being sold or the quality of the image as a reproduction of the original.

4.9

Bidding Increments Bidding generally opens below the low estimate and advances in the following order although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. The normal bidding increments are: Up to £100 by £5 £100 to £300 by £10 £300 to £600 £320-£350-£380-£400 etc. £600 to £1,000 by £50 £1,000 to £3,000 by £100 £3,000 to £6,000 £3,200-£3,500-£3,800-£4,000 etc. £6,000 to £20,000 by £500 £20,000 and up Auctioneer’s discretion

4.10 Bidding by Spink 4.10.1 We reserve the right to bid on Lots on the Seller’s behalf up to the amount of the Reserve (if any), which will never be above the low estimate printed in the auction catalogue. 4.10.2 The Spink Group reserves the right to bid on and purchase Lots as principal. 4.11 The Auctioneer’s Discretion The auctioneer has the right at his absolute discretion to refuse any bid to advance the bidding in such manner as he may decide to withdraw or divide any Lot, to combine any two or more Lots and, in the case of error or dispute, to put an item up for bidding again. Spink Uni (07/11) (20)

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4.12 Successful Bid Subject to the auctioneer’s discretion, the striking of his hammer marks the acceptance of the highest bid, provided always that such bid is higher than the Reserve (where applicable), and the conclusion of a contract for sale between you and the Seller. 4.13 After Sale Arrangements If you enter into any private sale agreements for any Lot with the Seller within 60 days of the auction, we, as exclusive agents of the Seller reserve the right to charge you the applicable Buyer’s Premium in accordance with these Terms and Conditions, and the Seller a commission in accordance with the terms of the Seller’s agreement. 4.14 Return of Lot Once your bid has been accepted for a Lot then you are liable to pay for that Lot in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. If there are any problems with a Lot then you must notify us within 7 days of receipt of the Lot, specifying the nature of the problem. We may then request that the Lot is returned to us for inspection. Save as set out in clause 5.13, the cancellation of the sale of any Lot and the refund of the corresponding purchase price is entirely at our sole discretion. We will not normally exercise that discretion if the Lot is not received by us in the same condition that it was in at the auction date. AFTER THE AUCTION 5.1 Buyer’s Premium In addition to the Hammer Price, you must pay us the Buyer’s Premium at a rate of 20% of the final Hammer Price of each Lot. 5.2 Value Added Tax Other than in respect of Zero-rated Lots (o) VAT is chargeable on the Hammer price and the Buyer’s premium of daggered (†) and (Ω) lots at the standard rate (currently 20%), and on lots marked (x) at the reduced rate (currently 5% on the Hammer price and 20% on the Buyer’s premium). VAT on Margin scheme lots (identified by the absence of any VAT symbol next to the lot number) is payable at 20% on the Buyer’s premium only. 5.3 VAT Refunds General 5.3.1 As we remain liable to account for VAT on all Lots unless they have been exported outside the EU within 3 months of the date of sale, you will generally be asked to deposit all amounts of VAT invoiced. However, if a Spink nominated shipper is instructed, then any refundable VAT will not be collected. In all other cases credits will be made when proof of export is provided. If you export the Lot yourself you must obtain shipping documents from the Shipping Department for which a charge of £50 will be made. 5.3.2 If you export the Lot you must return the valid proof of export certificate to us within 3 months of the date of sale. If you fail to return the proof of export certificate to us within such period and you have not already accounted to us for the VAT, you will be liable to us for the full amount of the VAT due on such Lot and we shall be entitled to invoice you for this sum. 5.3.3 To apply for a refund of any VAT paid, the proof of export certificate must be sent to our Shipping Department clearly marked ‘VAT Refund’ within 3 months of the date of sale. No payment will be made where the total amount of VAT refundable is less than £50 and Spink will charge £50 for each refund processed. VAT Refunds - Buyers from within the EU 5.3.4 VAT refunds are available on the Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium of Daggered (†) and Investment Gold (g) Lots. You must certify that you are registered for VAT in another EU country and that the Lot is to be removed from the United Kingdom within 3 months of the date of sale. 5.3.5 Where an EU buyer purchases a Lot on which import VAT has been charged, no refund of VAT is available from us. It may be possible to apply directly for a refund on form VAT 65 to HM Revenue & Customs Overeseas Repayment Section, Londonderry. VAT Refunds – Buyers from outside the EU 5.3.6 Where a Lot is included within the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale, the VAT on Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. 5.3.7 Where the Lot is marked as a Daggered (†) or Investment Gold (g) Lot the VAT charged on the Hammer Price may be refunded where evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a collectibles dealer. 5.3.8 Where the Lot is marked as an Omega (Ω) Lot or an Import VAT (x) Lot and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale, the VAT charged on both the Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. Where required, we can advise you on how to export such Lots as a specific form of export evidence is required. Where we advise you on the export of the Lots, please be aware that the ultimate responsibility in respect of obtaining a valid proof of export certificate will lie with you and we will not be responsible for your failure to obtain such certificate.


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Payment 5.4.1 You must provide us with your full name and permanent address and, if so requested, details of the bank from which any payments to us will be made. You must pay the full amount due (comprising the Hammer Price, the Buyer’s Premium and any applicable VAT) within seven days after the date of the sale. This applies even if you wish to export the Lot and an export licence is (or may be) required. 5.4.2 You will not acquire title to the Lot until all amounts due have been paid in full. This includes instances where special arrangements were made for release of Lot prior to full settlement. 5.4.3 Payment should be made in sterling by one of the following methods: II(i) Direct bank transfer to our account details of which are set out on the invoice. All bank charges shall be met by you. Please ensure that your client number is noted on the transfer. i(ii) By cheque or bank draft made payable to Spink and Son Ltd and sent to Spink at 69 Southampton Row, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 4ET. Please note that the processing charges for payments made by cheques or bank drafts drawn on a non-U.K bank shall be met by you. Please ensure that the remittance slip printed at the bottom of the invoice is enclosed with your payment. (iii) By Visa or Mastercard. A charge of 2% will be applied. Payments exceeding £5,000 can normally only be made by the card holder in person whilst on our premises. 5.4.4 Payments should be made by the registered buyer and not by third parties, unless it has been agreed at the time of registration that you are acting as an agent on behalf of a third party. 5.5 Invoices Invoices may consist of one or more pages and will show: Zero rated Lots (o); no symbol Lots sold under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme; Lots marked (g) special scheme Investment Gold; Daggered Lots (†), imported Lots marked (x) and (Ω), (e) Lots with Zero rated hammer for EU VAT registered buyers. 5.6 Collection of Purchases 5.6.1 Unless we specifically agree to the contrary, we shall retain items sold until all amounts due to us, or to the Spink Group, have been paid in full. 5.6.2 Unless we notify you to the contrary, items retained by us will be covered in accordance with our policy which is available for inspection at our offices from the date of sale for a period of seven days or until the time of collection, whichever is sooner. After seven days or from the time of collection, whichever is the earlier, the Lot will be entirely at your risk. 5.6.3 Our policy will not cover and we are unable to accept responsibility for damage caused by woodworm, changes in atmospheric conditions or acts of terrorism. 5.7 Notification We are not able to notify successful bidders by telephone. While Invoices are sent out by mail after the auction we do not accept responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bid. You are requested to contact us by telephone or in person as soon as possible after the auction to obtain details of the outcome of your bids to avoid incurring charges for late payment. 5.8 Packing and handling 5.8.1 We shall use all reasonable endeavours to take care when handling and packing a purchased Lot but remind you that after seven days or from the time of collection, whichever is sooner, the Lot is entirely at your risk. Our postage charges are set out at the back of the catalogue. 5.8.2 It is the responsibility of the Buyer to be aware of any Import Duties that may be incurred upon importation to the final destination. Spink will not accept return of any package in order to avoid these duties. The onus is also on the Buyer to be aware of any Customs import restrictions that prohibit the importation of certain collectibles. Spink will not accept return of the Lot(s) under these circumstances. Spink will not accept responsibility for Lot(s) seized or destroyed by Customs. 5.8.3 If the Buyer requires delivery of the Lot to an address other than the invoice address this will be carried out at the discretion of Spink. 5.9 Recommended packers and shippers If required our shipping department may arrange shipment as your agent. Although we may suggest carriers if specifically requested, our suggestions are made on the basis of our general experience of such parties in the past and we are not responsible to any person to whom we have made a recommendation for the acts or omissions of the third parties concerned. 5.10 Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases 5.10.1 If you fail to make payment within seven days of your stipulated payment date set out in your invoice, we shall be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies: 5.10.1.1 to charge interest at the rate of 2% per month compound interest, calculated on a daily basis, from the date the full amount is due;

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5.10.1.2 to set off against any amounts which the Spink Group may owe you in any other transaction the outstanding amount remaining unpaid by you; 5.10.1.3 we may keep hold of all or some of your Lots or other property in the possession of the Spink Group until you have paid all the amounts you owe us or the Spink Group, even if the unpaid amounts do not relate to those Lots or other property. Following fourteen days’ notice to you of the amount outstanding and remaining unpaid, the Spink Group shall have the right to arrange the sale of such Lots or other property. We shall apply the proceeds in discharge of the amount outstanding to us or the Spink Group, and pay any balance to you; 5.10.1.4 where several amounts are owed by you to the Spink Group in respect of different transactions, to apply any amount paid to discharge any amount owed in respect of any particular transaction, whether or not you so direct; 5.10.1.5 to reject at any future auction any bids made by you or on your behalf or obtain a deposit from you before accepting any bids. 5.10.2 If you fail to make payment within thirty-five days, we shall in addition be entitled: 5.10.2.1 to cancel the sale of the Lot or any other item sold to you at the same or any other auction; 5.10.2.2 to arrange a resale of the Lot, publicly or privately, and, if this results in a lower price being obtained, claim the balance from you together with all reasonable costs including a 20% seller’s commission, expenses, damages, legal fees, commissions and premiums of whatever kind associated with both sales or otherwise, incurred in connection with your failure to make payment; or 5.10.2.3 take any other appropriate action as we deem fit. 5.11 Failure to collect Where purchases are not collected within seven days after the sale, whether or not payment has been made, you will be required to pay a storage charge of £2 per item per day plus any additional handling cost that may apply. You will not be entitled to collect the Lot until all outstanding charges are met, together with payment of all other amounts due to us. 5.12 Export Licence 5.12.1 If required we can, at our discretion, advise you on the detailed provisions of the export licensing regulations. Where we advise you in relation to export licensing regulations the ultimate responsibility in respect of any export will lie with you and we will not be responsible for your failure to apply for any necessary licences. 5.12.2 If the Lot is going to be hand carried by you, you may be required to produce a valid export licence to us or sign a waiver document stating that a licence will be applied for. 5.12.3 You should always check whether an export licence is required before exporting. Export licences are usually obtained within two or three weeks but delays can occur. 5.12.4 Unless otherwise agreed by us in writing, the fact that you wish to apply for an export licence does not affect your obligation to make payment within seven days nor our right to charge interest on late payment. 5.12.5 If you request that we apply for an export licence on your behalf, we shall be entitled to recover from you our disbursements and out of pocket expenses in relation to such application, together with any relevant VAT. 5.12.6 We will not be obliged to rescind a sale nor to refund any interest or other expenses incurred by you where payment is made by you despite the fact that an export licence is required. 5.13 Refund in the case of Forgery 5.13.1 A sale will be cancelled, and the amount paid refunded to you if a Lot (other than a miscellaneous item not described in the catalogue) sold by us proves to have been a Forgery. We shall not however be obliged to refund any amounts if either (a) the catalogue description or saleroom notice at the auction date corresponded to the generally accepted opinion of scholars or experts at that time, or fairly indicated that there was a conflict of opinions, or (b) it can be demonstrated that the Lot is a Forgery only by means of either a scientific process not generally accepted for use until after publication of the catalogue or a process which at the date of the auction was unreasonably expensive or impracticable or likely to have caused damage to the Lot. Furthermore, you should note that this refund can be obtained only if the following conditions are met: 5.13.1.1 you must notify us in writing, within seven days of the receipt of the Lot(s), that in your view the Lot concerned is a Forgery; 5.13.1.2 you must then return the item to us within fourteen days from receipt of the Lot(s), in the same condition as at the auction date; and


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5.13.1.3 as soon as possible following return of the Lot, you must produce evidence satisfactory to us that the Lot is a Forgery and that you are able to transfer good title to us, free from any third party claims. 5.13.2 In no circumstances shall we be required to pay you any more than the amount paid by you for the Lot concerned and you shall have no claim for interest. 5.13.3 The benefit of this guarantee is not capable of being transferred, and is solely for the benefit of the person to whom the original invoice was made out by us in respect of the Lot when sold and who, since the sale, has remained the owner of the Lot without disposing of any interest in it to any third party. 5.13.4 We shall be entitled to rely on any scientific or other process to establish that the Lot is not a Forgery, whether or not such process was used or in use at the date of the auction. 6 LIABILITY Nothing in these Terms and Conditions limits or excludes our liability for: 6.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence; or 6.2 any damage or liability incurred by you as a result of our fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation. 7 COPYRIGHT 7.1 We shall have the right (on a non-exclusive basis) to photograph, video or otherwise produce an image of the Lot. All rights in such an image will belong to us, and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way we see fit. 7.2 The copyright in all images, illustrations and written material relating to a Lot is and shall remain at all times our property and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way we see fit. You shall not use or allow anyone else to use such images, illustrations or written material without our prior written consent. 8 VAT You shall give us all relevant information about your VAT status and that of the Lot to ensure that the correct information is printed in the catalogues. Once printed, the information cannot be changed. If we incur any unforeseen cost or expense as a result of the information being incorrect, you will reimburse to us on demand the full amount incurred. 9 NOTICES All notices given under these Terms and Conditions may be served personally, sent by 1st class post, or faxed to the address given to the sender by the other party. Any notice sent by post will be deemed to have been received on the second working day after posting or, if the addressee is overseas, on the fifth working day after posting. Any notice sent by fax or served personally will be deemed to be delivered on the first working day following despatch. 10 ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS The following provisions of this clause 10 shall apply only if you are acting for the purposes of your business. 10.1 Limitation of Liability Subject to clause 6, we shall not be liable, whether in tort (including for negligence) or breach of statutory duty, contract, misrepresentation or otherwise for any: 10.1.1 loss of profits, loss of business, depletion of goodwill and/or similar losses, loss of anticipated savings, loss of goods, loss of contract, loss of use, loss of corruption of data or information; or 10.1.2 any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss, costs, damages, charges or expenses. 10.2 Severability If any part of these Terms and Condition is found by any court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part may be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law. 10.3 Force majeure We shall have no liability to you if we are prevented from, or delayed in performing, our obligations under these Terms and Conditions or from carrying on our business by acts, events, omissions or accidents beyond our reasonable control, including (without limitation) strikes, lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving our workforce or the workforce of any other party), failure of a utility service or transport network, act of God, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, flood, storm or default of suppliers or subcontractors. 10.4 Waiver 10.4.1 A waiver of any right under these Terms and Conditions is only effective if it is in writing and it applies only to the circumstances for which it is given. No failure or delay by a party in exercising any right or remedy under these Terms and Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that (or any other) right or remedy, nor preclude or restrict its further exercise. No single or partial exercise of such right or remedy shall preclude or restrict the further exercise of that (or any other) right or remedy. 10.4.2 Unless specifically provided otherwise, rights arising under these Terms and Conditions are cumulative and do not exclude rights provided by law. Spink Uni (07/11) (20)

10.5 Law and Jurisdiction 10.5.1 These Terms and Conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter, shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the law of England and Wales. 10.5.2 The parties irrevocably agree that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of, or in connection with, Terms and Conditions or their subject matter.

Postal Charges Prices for books (items sent by this method are not covered by insurance) Weight

UK

EU

Rest of the World

Up to 1kg

£8 for any weight

£12

£15

Up to 2kg

£8 for any weight

£18

£25

Prices for all other items including postage and packaging Invoice Value

UK

EU

Rest of the World

Up to £1,500

£10

£15

£20

Up to £10,000

£20

£30

£40

Above £10,001

£20

£50

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Shipments of more than 2kg or volumetric measurement of more than 2kg have to be sent by courier. Certain countries may incur extra charge when courier services are required by our insurance policy. For lots sent by courier please contact Auctionteam@spink.com for calculation of any further relevant cost in addition to the above charges. Value Added Tax (VAT) Charging of (VAT) at Auction The information shown on this page sets out the way in which Spink intends to account for VAT. i.

Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme 1. Where possible, we will offer Lots for sale under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. Such Lots can be identified by the absence of any VAT symbol next to the Lot number in the catalogue and will not be subject to VAT on the Hammer Price. 2. Where Lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme to VAT–registered businesses, the VAT included within the Buyers’ Premium is not recoverable as input tax. Upon request on sale day, we will issue invoices that show VAT separately on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium. This will enable VAT-registered businesses to recover the VAT charged as input tax, subject to the normal rules for recovering input tax.

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Zero-Rated Lots Limited Categories of goods, such as books, are Zero-rated (o) for VAT in the United Kingdom. Such Lots are offered under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. In these circumstances no VAT will be added to the Buyer’s premium.

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Daggered Lots Lots which are Daggered (†) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium.

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Starred and Omega Lots Lots which are marked (x) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 5% on the Hammer price plus 20% on the Buyer’s premium. Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) are subject to VAT at 20% on the Hammer Price and on the Buyer’s Premium. Such Lots bear VAT because the Lot is liable for VAT at this rate on importation into the EU.

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Investment Gold Lots Lots marked (g) in the catalogue are exempt from VAT on the Hammer Price and are subject to VAT at 20% on the Buyer’s Premium. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a collectibles dealer.

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Imported Lots Lots which are marked (x) and Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) have VAT charged on the Hammer Price and Buyers’ Premium because they have been imported into the United Kingdom from outside the EU. In these cases we have used a temporary importation procedure, which in effect means that the point of importation is deferred until the Lot has been sold. At this point the Buyer is treated as the importer and is liable to pay the import VAT due. We will collect the VAT from you and pay it to HM Customs and Excise on your behalf.


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GROUP CHAIRMAN AND CEO Olivier D. Stocker YOUR SPECIALISTS STAMPS UK - Tim Hirsch Guy Croton David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Tom Smith Ian Shapiro USA - George Eveleth Richard Debney EUROPE - Guido Craveri Fernando Martínez CHINA - Anna Lee COINS UK - Mike Veissid Paul Dawson Richard Bishop William MacKay Eleanor Charlotte Dix Tim Robson Edouard Wyngaard Barbara Mears John Pett USA - Stephen Goldsmith Greg Cole BANKNOTES, BONDS & SHARES UK - Barnaby Faull Mike Veissid Andrew Pattison USA - Stephen Goldsmith EUROPE - Peter Christen ORDERS, DECORATIONS, MEDALS & MILITARIA

SALE CALENDAR 2013/2014 STAMPS 11/12/13 November 14 November 14 November 15 November 11 December 18 January

The Collector’s Series Sale The “Lionheart” Collection of Great Britain and British Empire - Part II The Robert Marion Collection of Mauritius Stamps and Postal History Postal History and Historical Documents Great Britain Stamps and Postal History Fine Stamps and Covers of China and Hong Kong

London London London London London Hong Kong

13043 13049 13048 13050 13044 14010

Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Collector’s Series Sale Coins, Banknotes, Bonds and Share Certificates of China and Hong Kong Specialist Islamic Sale Ancient, British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

London New York Hong Kong London London

13015 318 14011 14012 14004

World Banknotes The Collector’s Series Sale Coins, Banknotes, Bonds and Share Certificates of China and Hong Kong World Banknotes

London New York Hong Kong London

13034 318 14011 14008

Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria Orders, Decorations, Campaign Medals & Militaria

London London

13003 14001

Bonds and Share Certificates of the World The Collector’s Series Sale Bonds and Share Certificates of the Americas Coins, Banknotes, Bonds and Share Certificates of China and Hong Kong

London New York New York Hong Kong

13017 318 319 14011

Postal History and Historical Documents The Bruce Lee Memorabilia Sale The Collector’s Series Sale

London Hong Kong New York

13050 13051 318

An Evening of Exceptional Wines

Hong Kong

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COINS 2/3 December 14/15 January 19 January 26 March 26/27 March

UK - Mark Quayle Oliver Pepys BOOKS UK - Philip Skingley Jennifer Mulholland AUTOGRAPHS USA - Stephen Goldsmith WINES

BANKNOTES 5/6 December 14/15 January 19 January 15/16 April

CHINA - Anna Lee Guillaume Willk-Fabia YOUR EUROPE TEAM (LONDON - LUGANO) Chairman’s Office Monica Kruber Charles Blane Directors Tim Hirsch Anthony Spink Auction & Client Management Team Miroslava Adusei-Poku Eleanor Ball Luca Borgo Rita Ariete Dora Szigeti John Winchcombe Kenichiro Imase María Martínez Maurizio Schenini Finance Alison Bennet Marco Fiori Mina Bhagat Dennis Muriu Billy Tumelty Dean Dowdall

MEDALS 21 November 24 April

BONDS AND SHARES 28 November 14/15 January 16 January 19 January

IT & Administration Berdia Qamarauli Leszek Woronowicz Liz Cones Curlene Spencer Tom Robinson Cristina Dugoni Giacomo Canzi AUTOGRAPHS YOUR AMERICA TEAM (NEW YORK) Chairman Emeritus John Herzog

15 November 28 November 14/15 January

Auction Administration and Marketing & Design Sonia Alves Luke Mitchell Finance & Administration Sam Qureshi Ingrid Qureshi

WINES 17 January

Auctioneer Stephen Goldsmith YOUR ASIA TEAM (HONG KONG - SINGAPORE)

The above sale dates are subject to change

Vice Chairman Anna Lee Administration Angie Ihlofung Amy Yung Newton Tsang Raymond Tat Gary Tan

Spink offers the following services: – VALUATIONS FOR INSURANCE AND PROBATE FOR INDIVIDUAL ITEMS OR WHOLE COLLECTIONS – – SALES ON A COMMISSION BASIS EITHER OF INDIVIDUAL PIECES OR WHOLE COLLECTIONS –


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