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ANCIENT, BRITISH AND FOREIGN COINS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

27 & 29 JUNE 2016

LONDON


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SALE CALENDAR 2016

GROUP CHAIRMAN AND CEO Olivier D. Stocker YOUR SPECIALISTS

STAMPS 8 June 8 June 14 June 6 July

The Jose Castillejo Collection of Guatemala, 1871-86 The Stefano Fantaroni Collection of The Kingdom of Italy The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Professor Derek Diamond Collection of New Zealand 2d. Chalons and the 1898-1908 Pictorial Issue Autographs, Historical Documents, Ephemera and Postal History The “Lionheart” Collection of Great Britain and British Empire - Part VI The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale Stamps and Covers of South East Asia The John Clemente Collection of Tasmania Postal History The James Hamlin Collection of Great Britain and British Commonwealth The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale including Important Colombia, Italian P.O.’s in China and Bulgaria The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale

New York New York Hong Kong

155 156 CSS18

London London London London Singapore London New York

16042 16043 16028 16030 16032 16044 157

New York New York

30 November 1 December

Ancient Coins - The Squires Collection and The Mendon Collection The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals including European Coins from the Peter Woodhead Collection The Academic Collection of Lord Stewartby: English Coins part 2, Coins of Henry II to Edward II The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Academic Collection of Lord Stewartby: English Coins part 3, Gold Coins Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Nicholas Rhodes Collection: Coins of North East India (Part 2) The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Academic Collection of Lord Stewartby: English Coins part 4, Coins of Edward III to Richard III Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

YOUR EUROPE TEAM (LONDON - LUGANO) Directors Tim Hirsch Anthony Spink Auction & Client Management Team Mira Adusei-Poku Rita Ariete Grace Hawkins Dora Szigeti Nik von Uexkull Tom Hazell John Winchcombe Tatyana Boyadzhieva Maurizio Schenini Finance Alison Bennet Marco Fiori Mina Bhagat Dennis Muriu Veronica Morris IT & Administration Berdia Qamarauli Liz Cones Curlene Spencer Tom Robinson Cristina Dugoni Giacomo Canzi

BANKNOTES 22/23 June 5 July 18 August 28/29 September 19/20 October 7 December

YOUR AMERICA TEAM (NEW YORK)

STAMPS UK - Tim Hirsch FRPSL Guy Croton David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Tom Smith George James Ian Shapiro (Consultant) USA - George Eveleth Richard Debney EUROPE - Guido Craveri Fernando Martínez CHINA - Doris Lo George Yue (Consultant) COINS UK - Richard Bishop Tim Robson Malene Wagner Lawrence Sinclair Barbara Mears John Pett USA - Greg Cole Muriel Eymery Stephen Goldsmith (Special Consultant) CHINA - Kin Choi Cheung Paul Pei Po Chow BANKNOTES UK - Barnaby Faull Andrew Pattison Monica Kruber Thomasina Smith USA - Greg Cole Stephen Goldsmith (Special Consultant) CHINA - Kelvin Cheung Paul Pei Po Chow ORDERS, DECORATIONS, MEDALS & MILITARIA UK - Marcus Budgen BONDS & SHARES UK - Mike Veissid (Consultant) Andrew Pattison Thomasina Smith USA - Greg Cole EUROPE - Peter Christen CHINA - Kelvin Cheung BOOKS UK - Philip Skingley Gillian Watson Nik von Uexkull AUTOGRAPHS USA - Greg Cole Stephen Goldsmith (Special Consultant) WINES CHINA - Guillaume Willk-Fabia Angie Ihlo Fung

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13 July 26 July 26/27 July 10 September 20 September October 5 October 15 October 26/27 October November COINS 21 June 22/23 June 27/29 June

SW1019 CSS20 16034 158 325 324

London

16005

London Hong Kong London London London New York

16020 CSS23 16021 16006 16041 326

London London London

16022 16007 16007

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes

New York London Hong Kong London New York London

324 16009 CSS23 16015 326 16016

MEDALS 21 July 24 November

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

London London

16002 16003

BONDS & SHARES 22/23 June 18 August 19/20 October 18 November

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Bonds & Share Certificates of the World

New York Hong Kong New York London

324 CSS23 326 16018

AUTOGRAPHS 22/23 June 13 July 19/20 October

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Autographs, Historical Documents, Ephemera and Postal History The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale

New York London New York

324 16043 326

WINES 23 June 9 September 6 October

An Evening of Great Whiskies and Spirits An Evening of Great Whiskies and Spirits An Evening of Great Whiskies and Spirits

Hong Kong Singapore Hong Kong

SFW20 SFW21 SFW22

28 June 18 August 26 September 26/27 September 27 September 19/20 October tbc

The above sale dates are subject to change Ken japan@spink.com

Lugano Hong Kong London New York

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ANCIENT, BRITISH AND FOREIGN COINS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

Order of Sale DAY ONE MONDAY 27 JUNE 2016 Commencing at 11.00 a.m. Lots ANCIENT GREEK COINS

1001-1017

ROMAN COINS

1018-1045

BYZANTINE COINS

1046-1058

MISCELLANEOUS ANCIENT COINS

1059-1071

CELTIC COINS

1072-1084

ENGLISH HAMMERED COINS

1085-1280

CNUT PENNIES OF THE LONDON MINT

1115-1163

ANGLO-GALLIC

1281-1320

SCOTTISH COINS

1321-1324

IRISH COINS

1325-1347

COINS OF THE ISLE OF MAN AND THE CHANNEL ISLANDS

1348-1361

BRITISH TOKENS AND MEDALS

1362-1368

BRITISH MILLED COINS

1369-1561

A COLLECTION OF PENNIES

1523-1549

MAUNDY SETS

1562-1580

MISCELLANEOUS MILLED COINS

1581-1592

DAY TWO WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE 2016 Morning Session - Commencing at 10.00 a.m. EUROPEAN MEDIAEVAL COINS FROM THE COLLECTION OF PETER WOODHEAD

1593-2037

Afternoon Session - Commencing at 3.00 p.m. WORLD COINS

2038-2215

A COLLECTION OF POLISH COINS

2216-2249

OTHER PROPERTIES

2250-2284 END OF SALE

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MONDAY 27 JUNE 2016 Commencing at 11.00 a.m. (Lots 1001-1592) 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. Please note that bidders who acquire lots on the-saleroom.com will have a fee of 3% on the hammer price added to their invoice for using this facility. Spink is pleased to continue to offer our on-line bidding platform Spink Live for no charge through www.spink.com.

ANCIENT GREEK COINS

1001 1001

Lucania, Sybaris (c.530-510 BC), ¡ Stater, 6.71g, bull standing left, head turned back, YM above, rev. same type right, incuse (cf. SNG ANS 819), some surface erosion, almost very fine, together with another, 5.80g, similar, but YM in exergue (cf. SNG ANS 828), edge chipped, pierced, fine, and a Third-Stater, 1.99g, same types (cf. SNG ANS 847ff), edge chipped above exergue, very fine (3)

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£380-450


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1002

1002 (x2) 1002

Macedon, Olynthos (c.350 BC), Tetradrachm, 14.49g, laureate head of Apollo right, rev. XALKIDEWN, lyre, below magistrate’s name, EPIWNOS (Robinson & Clement 134 (obverse die); SNG ANS 497; Lanz 159, lot 79, dies), some very light scratches from cleaning, extremely fine

1004

1003 x1003

x1004

1005

£5,000-6,000

Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.11g, Amphipolis, head of young Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin headdress, rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, TE monogram on left (Price 83), very fine

£150-200

Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.09g, Myriandros, head of young Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin headdress, rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, monogram and club within wreath on left, MI monogram below throne (Price 3230), very fine

£150-200

Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 16.05g, Amphipolis, head of young Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin, rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, Phrygian helmet on left (Price 112), erosion on left of reverse, good very fine, reverse very fine, together with a Drachm of Illyria, Apollonia (late 2nd-early 1st cent. BC), cow suckling calf right, magistrate’s name above, rev. double stellate pattern within linear square, magistrate’s name around, a little off centre, very fine, and a Drachm of Corinth (c.350-300 BC), Pegasos flying left, rev. head of Aphrodite left (cf. BMC 81), pierced, fine (3)

£100-130

1006 1006

Macedon under the Romans (c.167-149 BC), First Meris, ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.03g, diademed and draped bust of Artemis right, bow and quiver at shoulder, set on Macedonian shield, rev. MAKEDONWN PPWTHS, club, three monograms in field, all within oak-wreath, thunderbolt on left (SNG Copenhagen 1314), extremely fine WWW.SPINK.COM

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£400-500


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1009 1007 x1007

1008

1009

1009 (x2)

1008

Illyria, Damastion (?) (4th cent. BC), ¡ Stater, 11.19g, laureate head of Apollo right, rev. tripod, T(?) L either side (May -), minor crack in flan, very fine

£100-150

Attica, Athens (c.440-400 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 17.20g, helmeted head of Athena right, rev. AQE, owl standing right, head facing, olive-spray and crescent behind, very fine

£200-250

Attica, Athens (c.545-510 BC), ¡ Obol, .65g, wheel of four spokes, rev. incuse square divided in four diagonally (Dewing 1567), good metal, very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE: J Elsen, auction 95, lot 38

1010 1011 1010

x1011

Kingdom of Persia, time of Darius I to Xerxes II (c.485-420 BC), ¿ Daric, 8.36g, Lydia, the Great King in kneeling-running attitude right, holding spear and bow, rev. oblong incuse punch (cf. BMC pl. XXIV, 26: Carradice type IIIb), very fine

£1,200-1,500

Kingdom of Egypt, Ptolemy I (c.304-283 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 13.91g, Alexandria, diademed head right, aegis round neck, rev. eagle standing left on thunderbolt, P and monogram on left (SNG Copenhagen 73), two banker’s marks before head, good very fine

£250-300

1013 1012

x1012

1013

Kingdom of Egypt, Arsinoe II (†270 BC), wife of Ptolemy II, ¡ Dekadrachm, 32.99g, Alexandria, c.261-252 BC, under Ptolemy II, diademed and veiled head right, S behind, rev. APSINOHS FILADFOY, filleted double cornucopiae (Troxell, MN 28, p.42; Svoronos 502), surface erosion in field before head, very fine

£500-600

Kingdom of Egypt, Ptolemy XII (80-51 BC), ¡ Tetradrachm, 13.52g, Alexandria, 5554 BC, diademed head right, rev. eagle standing left on thunderbolt, palm over far wing, crown of Isis on left, date LKI (year 27) and PA in field (SNG Copenhagen 394), a very good example, extremely fine

£200-250

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Carthage (c.241-221 BC), Æ Dishekel, wreathed head of Tanit left, rev. horse standing right in front of palm tree, Punic h before (SNG Copenhagen 254), deposit below chin, good very fine, together with bronzes of Syracuse, Agathokles, head of Soteira, rev. thunderbolt, almost very fine, and Athens (c.AD 264-267), helmeted head of Athena right, rev. Athena standing front, head left, holding shield (cf. SNG Cop 393), about very fine (3)

£150-200

1015 1015 (x2)

1015

The Jewish War (66-70 CE), ¡ Shekel, 14.15g, year 3 (April 68-May 69), ritual chalice with pearled rim, Hebrew legend “shekel of Israel” and date “year 3”, rev. staff with pomegranate buds, Hebrew legend “Jerusalem the holy” (Hendin 5th ed. 1361, 4th ed. 662; AJC 18), about extremely fine

£2,800-3,500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Leo Hamburger, Frankfurt, as a Bar Mitzvah between the two world wars.

1016

1016

Bar Kochba Revolt (132-135 CE), ¡ Zuz, 3.00g, attributed to year 3 (134/135), Hebrew legend “Simon” within wreath, rev. elongated lyre, Hebrew legend “for the freedom of Jerusalem” (Hendin 4th ed. 718, 5th ed. 1419; AJC 55), very fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Leo Hamburger, Frankfurt, as a Bar Mitzvah between the two world wars. 1017

Judaea, Gaza, Antoninus Pius (AD 138-161), Æ 30mm, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. GAZA, veiled bust of Tyche right, wearing turreted crown, behind, date G(?)C (142/3)(cf. BMC 56), almost very fine, together with Prutah (4), from Alexander Jannaeus to the Roman Procurators, good fine, a medium bronze, two small bronzes and a Prutah of the Bar Kochba revolt, almost very fine (10) PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Leo Hamburger, Frankfurt, as a Bar Mitzvah between the two world wars.

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£150-200


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ROMAN COINS

1018 1018

Roman Republic (c.280 BC), Æ cast Triens, 103.68g, thunderbolt, four pellets across field, rev. dolphin right, four pellets below (Vecchi 27; RRC 14/3), almost very fine

£300-400

1019 1019

Roman Republic (c.270 BC), Æ cast Quadrans, 69.11g, boar running right, three pellets below, rev. boar running left, three pellets below (Vecchi 36; RRC 18/4), and (c.230 BC), Æ cast Quadrans, 59.28g, dog left, three pellets below, rev. wheel of six spokes, three pellets between spokes (Vecchi 69; RRC 24/6a), good fine to almost very fine (2)

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£400-500


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1020 1020

Roman Republic (c.225-217 BC), Æ cast As, 273.40g, laureate head of Janus, rev. prow right, I above (Vecchi 75; RRC 35/1), very fine

£800-1,000

1021 1021

Roman Republic (c.225-217 BC), Æ cast Triens, 93.36g, helmeted head of Minerva left, four pellets below, rev. prow right, four pellets below (Vecchi 78; RRC 35/3a), very fine

1022 1022

1023

1024

1023

Apulia, Luceria (c.225-217 BC), Æ cast Uncia, 22.33g, frog, rev. ear of corn, pellet on left (Vecchi 342; Hist. Num. 674; Haeberlin pl.71, 5), good fine PROVENANCE: Artemide, 6 September 2007, lot 16 Roman Republic (215-212 BC), Æ Uncia, 7.49g, helmeted head of Roma right, pellet behind, rev. prow right, ROMA above, pellet below (RRC 41/10; BMC 109), olive-green patina, very fine, reverse good very fine Roman Republic (208 BC), Æ Uncia, 3.30g, Etruria (?), helmeted head of Roma right, pellet behind, rev. prow right, staff and ROMA above, pellet below (RRC 106/9 “unique”), rare, almost very fine PROVENANCE: Nomisma, 20 October 1997, lot 210 WWW.SPINK.COM

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£300-400

1024

£60-80

£80-120

£60-80


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Julius Caesar, ¡ Denarius, Gaul and Spain, 49 BC, elephant right, trampling on serpent, rev. priestly implements - simpulum (ladle), aspergillum (sprinkler), axe surmounted by boar’s head, and apex (priest’s hat) (RRC 443/1; Sydenham 1006: Sear, Imperators, 9), almost very fine, and another similar, fine, together with an ¡ Denarius of Q. Rustius (76 BC), helmeted head of young Mars right, rev. sheep standing right (RRC 389/1; Sydenham 782), good fine (3)

£200-240

Roman silver, comprising Denarii of the Republic (16) - Julius Caesar, Gaul and Spain, 49 BC, elephant right, trampling on serpent, CAESAR, rev. priestly implements (RRC 443/1), pierced, very fine, another, moneyer L. Livineius Regulus, 42 BC, laureate head of Caesar right, between branch and caduceus, rev. bull charging right (RRC 494/24), fair, Aemilia 8, pierced, Cipia 1, Cordia 2, Fabia 5, Furia 23, Herennia 1a, Minucia 1, Minucia 14, Mallia 2, Marcia 8, Pinaria 2 pierced, Porcia 4, a Victoriatus (RRC 83/1a), a Quinarius (RRC 44/6), and Imperial Denarii (9) of Vespasian, Titus, Domitian (plated), Trajan (2), Hadrian, Faustina Jnr, Caracalla, Severus Alexander, and Antoniniani of Caracalla and Gallienus, fair to almost very fine (27)

£250-300

CAESAR,

1026

1027

1027

1028

1029

1030

1031

Mark Antony, ¡ Denarius, Patrae, 32-31 BC, galley, ANT AVG III VIR R P C, rev. LEG II, legionary eagle between two standards (RRC 544/14; Sydenham 1216), good very fine

£350-450

Julio Claudian Sestertii, of Tiberius, 35-36, seated statue of Augustus on ornamented car drawn by four elephants, rev. legend round large S C (RIC 62; BMC 108), Caligula, in honour of his mother Agrippina, 37-41, draped bust of Agrippina right, rev. carpentum drawn by two mules (RIC 55; BMC 81), Claudius, 42, laureate head right, rev. Spes walking left (RIC 115; BMC 192), and Nero, Lugdunum, 66, laureate head right, globe at point of bust, rev. Roma seated left (RIC 516; BMC 327), fine to good fine (4)

£120-160

First Century Sestertii, of Nero, Rome, laureate head right, rev. temple of Janus with closed doors (RIC 353; BMC 113), another, Lugdunum, laureate head left, rev. Ceres seated left before Annona standing right, modius on altar between them (RIC 389; WCN 404), good fine to almost very fine, and Galba, Rome, laureate head right, rev. EX S C/OB/CIVES/SERVATOS in wreath (RIC 385; BMC 63), pierced and partly plugged, almost very fine (3)

£200-300

Julio-Claudian Second Brass; Augustus, Dupondius, c.17 BC, moneyer M. Sanquinius (RIC 342), a Semis of Carthago Nova in Spain (RPC 168), an As of Nemausus, heads of Augustus and Agrippa back to back, rev. crocodile and palm branch (RPC 524), Divus Augustus, As, 22/3, radiate head left, rev. altar (RIC 81), Agrippa, As, 37-41, rev. Neptune standing (RIC 58), Tiberius, As, 35/6, laureate head left, rev. winged caduceus (RIC 58), and two Asses of Caligula, 37/8, bare head left, rev. Vesta seated left (RIC 38), good fine to almost very fine (8)

£180-250

First and Second Century Second Brass; Nero, As, bare head right, rev. Victory flying left (RIC 543), Vespasian, As, 71, laureate head right, rev. eagle standing on globe (RIC 322), Titus, Dupondius, 72, radiate head right, rev. Felicitas standing left (RIC 465), Domitian, As, laureate head right, rev. Virtus standing right (cf. RIC 709), a Quadrans, 84/5, rhinoceros left (RIC 250), Nerva, As, 97, laureate head right, rev. Fortuna standing left ( RIC 77), Hadrian, As, 125-128, laureate bust right, rev. galley (RIC 673), Antoninus Pius, As, 143/4, laureate head right, rev. two ancilia - oval shields with projections (RIC 736), Lucius Verus, As, 166, laureate head right, rev. Victory erecting trophy (RIC 1448), and Severus Alexander, Dupondius, 232, radiate bust right, rev. Spes walking left (RIC 649), fine to almost very fine (10)

£200-250

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1033

1034

1035

1036

1037

1038

Nero (AD 54-68), Roman Alexandria, Billon Tetradrachms (8), AD 56-57, laureate head right, rev. serpent Agathodaemon (BMC 171 var.), similar bust, rev. draped bust of Agrippina (BMC 116), AD 63-64, radiate bust right, rev. bust of Sarapis right, modius on head (BMC 156), AD 64-65, similar bust, rev. eagle standing left (BMC 165), similar bust, rev. draped bust of Poppaea (BMC 124), AD 65-66, similar bust, rev. bust of Alexandria with elephant’s scalp headdress (BMC 163), AD 66-67, radiate bust left, rev. radiate head of Augustus right (BMC 112), and similar bust, rev. laureate head of Tiberius right (BMC 114), good fine to very fine (8)

£180-250

Roman Alexandria, Billon Tetradrachms (3), Galba, AD 68, laureate head right, rev. helmeted bust of Roma right, holding spear and shield (BMC 197), scarce, Otho, AD 69, laureate head right, rev. Eleutheria standing left (BMC 208), very scarce, and Vitellius, AD 69, laureate head right, rev. Nike advancing left (BMC 218), rare, good fine to about very fine (3)

£220-300

Flavian Sestertii, of Vespasian, Rome, 71, laureate head right, rev. Mars advancing right (RIC 247; BMC 568), Titus, Rome, 80-81, laureate head left, rev. Annona standing left, modius with corn ears before, stern of ship on right (RIC 136; BMC 152), another, similar bust, rev. Spes standing left, holding flower (RIC 170; BMC 183), Domitian, Rome, 95-96, laureate head right, rev. Jupiter seated left (RIC 794; BMC 474), and another, 85, bust as last, aegis at neck, rev. kneeling German captive presenting shield to Domitian standing left (RIC 279; BMC 299), another, similar bust, rev. Domitian sacrificing over altar before shrine containing cult statue of Minerva (RIC 277; BMC 296), good fine to almost very fine, some with light smoothing or tooling (6)

£200-300

Second Century Sestertii, of Trajan, Rome, 101-102, laureate head right, rev. Pax seated left (RIC 432), almost very fine, another, 116, laureate, draped bust right, rev. Felicitas standing left (RIC 672), Hadrian, Rome, 125-8, laureate head right, drapery on shoulder, rev. EXPED AVG in exergue, Hadrian on horseback left (RIC 645), another, 134138, laureate head right, rev. Felicitas standing left, holding branch and sceptre (RIC 752), good fine to very fine (4)

£200-250

Antoninus Pius, Sestertius, Rome, 140-144, laureate head right, rev. Tiber reclining left, leaning elbow on upturned urn and resting hand on ship (RIC 643), another, 145-161, similar bust, rev. Felicitas standing left, holding capricorn and caduceus (RIC 770), and another, 140-144, laureate, draped bust right, rev. bare head of Marcus Aurelius Caesar right (RIC 1218), good fine to very fine (3)

£150-200

Marcus Aurelius, Sestertius, Rome, 171, laureate head right, rev. Mars advancing right, holding trophy and spear (RIC 992), his wife Faustina Junior, Sestertius, 161-175, draped bust right, rev. Faustina standing front, head left, holding two children in her arms, four more standing either side of her (RIC 1673), another, similar bust, rev. Diana Lucifera standing right (RIC 1630), Crispina, wife of Commodus, Sestertius, 180-182, draped bust right, rev. Venus seated left, holding Victory and sceptre (RIC 673) and Caracalla, 213, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Mars standing left (RIC 496b) good fine to very fine (5)

£200-250

Roman Alexandria, Vespasian, Æ Obol, AD 71-72, laureate head right, rev. bust of Isis (BMC 264), and Billon Tetradrachms (14) of Hadrian, 130-131, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Hadrian standing right, receiving corn-ears from Alexandria standing left (BMC 669), Commodus, 189-190, laureate head right, rev. bust of Selene left (BMC 1404), Severus Alexander, 222, similar bust, rev. laureate head of Zeus right (BMC 1590), Philip I, 244, laureate, cuirassed bust, rev. eagle standing left, head right, wreath in beak (BMC 1992), Trebonianus Gallus, 252-253, similar bust, rev. eagle standing right, wreath in beak, palm over far wing (BMC 2106), Gallienus, 267-268, similar bust, rev. eagle left, head right, wreath in beak (BMC 2229), Salonina, 264-265, draped bust wearing stephane right, rev. Elpis standing left (BMC 2250), another, 267268, rev. eagle right, wreath in beak (BMC 2280), another similar, Claudius II, 269-270, laureate, cuirassed bust right, rev. Dikaiosyne seated left (BMC 2316), another, similar, but rev. bust of Hermanubis right (BMC 2327), Diocletian, 288-289, rev. Eusebia sacrificing over altar (BMC 2509), another, 286-287, rev. eagle (BMC 2532), and Maximian, 289-290, rev. Tyche holding rudder (BMC 2588 var.), almost very fine to good very fine (15)

£160-250

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1040

1041

1042

1043

Third Century, Sestertii, of Severus Alexander, Rome, 232, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Mars advancing right (RIC 635), another, laureate bust right, drapery on shoulder, rev. Spes standing left, holding flower (RIC 648), his mother Julia Mamaea, 224, diademed, draped bust right, rev. Venus standing right, holding sceptre and Cupid (RIC 694), another, 228, similar bust, rev. Felicitas standing left, leaning on column and holding caduceus (RIC 676), Maximinus I, 236-238, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. Victory standing left, holding wreath and palm, German captive at feet (RIC 90), Gordian III, 240, similar bust, rev. Apollo seated left (RIC 301), and Philip I, similar bust, rev. octastyle temple, about very fine (7)

£220-280

Third and Fourth Century coins (29), Valerian, Billon Tetradrachm, Alexandria, rev. eagle, year 4, Antoniniani of Gallienus (2), Postumus, Victorinus, Aurelian, Probus (3), a Numerian Billon Tetradrachm, an Antoninianus and a Follis of Diocletian, an Antoninianus and a Follis of Maximian, Folles of Maxentius, Helena, and seven other Constantinian reduced Folles, Centenionales of Constantius II (3) and Magnentius (3), fine to very fine (29)

£120-150

Roman Alexandria, Billon Tetradrachms (14) of the late 3rd cent AD, good fine to very fine (14)

£90-120

Maxentius (306-312), Follis, Aquileia, laureate head right, rev. CONSERV VRB SVAE, tetrastyle temple within which Roma seated left, presenting globe to Maxentius standing right (RIC 121a), another similar of Rome, rev. CONSERVATORES VRB SVAE, Roma seated facing within tetrastyle temple (RIC 195), and another, Ostia, similar bust, rev. AETERNITAS AVG N, Castor and Pollux standing facing, each holding sceptre and bridle of horse (RIC 14), very fine to almost extremely fine (3)

£80-100

Licinius I (308-324), Follis, Siscia, 315-316, laureate head right, rev. IOVI Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and sceptre, eagle at feet (RIC 17), extremely fine, Licinius II, Caesar, Follis, Arelate, 317, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. as last, but Jupiter holds thunderbolt, no eagle (RIC 125), good very fine, Crispus, Caesar, Follis, Siscia, 317, bust as last, rev. PRINCIPIA IVVENTVTIS, Crispus standing right, holding reversed spear, and leaning on shield at his side (RIC 39), residual silvering, almost extremely fine, another, London, 323-324, helmeted, cuirassed bust left, rev. BEAT TRA *** QLITAS, altar inscribed VOT/IS/XX, PLON in exergue (RIC 275), good very fine, Delmatius, as Caesar, reduced Follis, Antioch, 335-337, laureate, cuirassed bust right, rev. GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing either side of standard (RIC 112), about extremely fine, Constantine II, as Caesar, Follis, Nicomedia, similar bust, rev. camp gate, fine, and Constans (337-350), Æ Nummus, Siscia, 348-350, pearldiademed, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. FEL TEMP REPARATIO, phoenix on mound, wreath in beak (RIC 234), very fine (7)

£120-150

Valens (AD 364-378), ¡ Siliqua, 1.1.97g, Trier, 375-378, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right, D N VALEN-S P F AVG, rev. VRBS ROMA, Roma seated left on throne, holding Victory on globe, and spear, TRPS in exergue (RIC 27e; RSC 109†b), very fine

£50-60

Fourth century Folles (5), of Galeria Valeria, Alexandria, diademed, draped bust right, rev. VENERI VICTRICI, Venus standing left (C. 2), Severus II (306-307), as Caesar, Carthage, laureate head right, rev. Carthage standing facing, head left, holding fruits in both hands (RIC 40a), another, as Augustus, Cyzicus, similar bust, rev. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius standing left (RIC 25b), Maximinus II, Daza (309-313), as Caesar, Antioch, similar bust, rev. GENIO CAESARIS, Genius standing left (RIC 87a), and another as Augustus, Siscia, similar bust, MAXIMINVS FIL AVGG, rev. GENIO AVGVSTI, Genius standing left (RIC 200a), almost very fine to extremely fine (5)

£80-120

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1044

1045

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BYZANTINE COINS

1046 1046

1047

Focas (AD 602-610), ¿ Solidus, 4.45g, Constantinople, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust facing, holding cross on globe, rev. VICTORIA AVGUI, angel standing facing, holding long staff surmounted by Christogram, and cross on globe, CONOB in exergue (Sear 620; DOC 10), about extremely fine

£200-300

Byzantine bronze coins (8), comprising a Follis of Justin II and Sophia, Nicomedia, 570/571, (Sear 369), a Half Follis of Focas, Carthage, 632/633 (Sear 685), a Follis of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, Constantinople, 663/664 (Sear 810), a Half Follis of Constans II, Carthage, 643-647 (Sear 1057), a Follis of Leo VI, Constantinople (Sear 1729), another similar on a reduced flan, an anonymous Follis (type B) attributed to Romanus III (1028-34) (Sear 1823), together with an AE4 of Leo I (AD 457-474), good fine to almost very fine (8)

£100-130

1048 1048

Basil I with Constantine (AD 867-886), ¡ Miliaresion, Constantinople, cross potent on three steps, globe beneath, IhSUS XPISTUS nIKA, rev. +bASI/LIOS CE/COnSTAn/Tin PISTV/bASILIS/ROMEO in six lines within triple border (Sear 1708; DOC 7), iridescent toning, extremely fine

£200-250

1049 1049

1050

Isaac II, Angelus (AD 1185-95), Electrum Trachy, 4.43g, the Virgin enthroned facing, rev. Isaac standing facing, being crowned by the Archangel Michael standing facing on right (Sear 1976; Hendy pl.20, 7), good very fine

£140-180

Byzantine bronze coins (7), comprising Manuel I (1143-80), Tetarteron, Thessalonica, Manuel facing, rev. cross with X at centre, on three steps (Sear 1976; Hendy pl.17, 1516), another, similar, but rev. nimbate bust of St George facing (Sear 1975; Hendy pl.17, 13-14), together with Billon Trachies of Alexius III (Sear 2012), Latin empire, and Michael VIII (1261-1282), the Virgin enthroned facing between two B’s, rev. Michael and the Archangel Michael standing facing (Sear 2263), together with an ¡ Quarter Hyperpyron of Manuel II (cf. Sear 2552 and LPC p.60, 2), and an Æ Follaro of John VIII (LPC 4), fine to almost very fine (7)

£120-160

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1052

1053

Andronicus II and Michael IX (1295-1320), ¡ Basilikon, Constantinople, Christ enthroned facing, rev. the emperors standing facing, holding labarum between them (Sear 2402; LPC p.88, 35; Whitting, Num. Circ. 1972), and three others, similar, but pellets above arms of throne on one, and stars on another (cf. Sear 2402 and LPC, 35; Whitting, Num. Circ 1972, p.270 and 324), almost very fine to very fine (4)

£150-200

Andronicus II and Michael IX (1295-1320), ¡ Basilikon, Constantinople, Christ enthroned facing, rev. the emperors standing facing, holding labarum between them (Sear 2402; LPC p.88, 35; Whitting, Num. Circ. 1972), three others, similar, and another with stars above arms of throne (cf. Sear 2402 and LPC, 35; Whitting, Num. Circ 1972, p.270 and 324), almost very fine to very fine (5)

£180-220

Andronicus II and Michael IX (1295-1320), ¿ Hyperpyron, 4.45g, the Virgin orans within city walls, DM on left, rev. the two emperors kneeling facing, being crowned by Christ standing between them (Sear 2396), the usual weakness, very fine, an Æ Trachy, Thessalonica, large six-pointed star, rev. Michael being crowned by Andronicus, stars either side (Sear 2457 var.), another with Andronicus alone (Bendall & Donald 14), an Æ Assarion, Constantinople, facing bust of Archangel Michael, rev. figures of the emperors being crowned by Christ between them (Sear 2435), a Tetarteron (B&D 46), Andronicus III (1328-41), Assarion, Thessalonica, emperor standing facing, rev. cross fleury (Sear 2481; LPC p.126, 13), and a Stamenon, emperor on horseback right, rev. St Demetrios on horseback right (Sear 2499; LPC p.243, 15), fair to about very fine (7)

£160-200

1054 1054

John VIII, Palaeologus (1423-48), ¡ Half Hyperpyron, Constantinople, facing bust of Christ, rev. facing bust of John, double line of legend around within circular borders (Sear 2563), very fine

£140-180

1055 1055

1056

1057

1058

John VIII, Palaeologus (1423-48), ¡ Half Hyperpyron, Constantinople, facing bust of Christ, rev. facing bust of John, double line of legend around within circular borders (Sear 2563), very fine

£140-180

Empire of Trebizond, Manuel I, Comnenus (1238-63), ¡ Asper, St Manuel standing facing, holding labarum and akakia, rev. Manuel standing facing, holding labarum and akakia (cf. BMC 29ff; Bendall 20), John II (1280-97), ¡ Asper, John standing facing, holding labarum and cross on globe, Manus Dei above, pentagram on right, rev. St Eugenius as last (Bendall 32; cf. BMC 46ff), another similar (BMC 68), another (BMC 5), almost very fine (4)

£100-130

Empire of Trebizond, Alexius II (1297-1330), ¡ Asper, St Eugenius on horseback right, rev. Alexius on horseback right (BMC 4; Sear 2619), another similar (BMC 10 var.), and another, similar (BMC 4), good fine to very fine (3)

£150-200

Empire of Trebizond, Basil (1332-40), ¡ Asper, St Eugenius on horseback right, rev. Basil on horseback right (BMC 1 var.; Sear 2622; Bendall 56), another similar, and Alexius IV (1417-1446), ¡ Half(?) Asper, similar, but Alexius on horse on reverse ((BMC 2 var.; Bendall 79; Sear 2641), very fine to almost extremely fine (3)

£180-230

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MISCELLANEOUS ANCIENT COINS 1059

1060

1061

1062

1063

Miscellaneous Greek, comprising Argos (c.260-250 BC), ¡ Triobol, forepart of wolf left, Q above, rev. large A between DE, eagle on harpa below, all in shallow incuse square (BMC 61), good fine, Macedon, Amphipolis (after 168 BC), Æ 18mm, head of Poseidon right, rev. horse pacing right (BMC 46), some weakness, almost very fine, Alexander III, the Great (336-323 BC), ¡ Drachm, head of young Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin, rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, good fine, Egypt, Ptolemy III (246-222 BC), Æ 42mm, Alexandria, diademed head of Zeus right, rev. eagle standing left on thunderbolt, filleted cornucopia on left, xp monogram between legs (SNG Copenhagen 171), about very fine, and Carthage (c.300-264 BC), Æ 17.5mm, Sardinia, wreathed head of Tanit left, rev. head and neck of horse right (SNG Copenhagen 149), very fine (5)

£100-150

Roman bronzes (20), Republican Semuncia, second brass of Divus Augustus (3), Tiberius, Claudius (2), Antonia, Nero (2), Vespasian (2), Trajan, Antoninus Pius, Commodus (wearing lion’s skin, rev. club), and Sestertii of Marcus Aurelius, Faustina Jnr (3), Otacilia Severa, about fine to almost very fine, together with Byzantine Folles (3) and a Half-Follis, fair to good fine, an Ostrogothic Follis of Theoderic, bust of Roma right, rev. eagle standing left, head right, XL on left, D in exergue, good fine, reverse good very fine, and miscellaneous Greek bronzes (13), about fine to good fine (38)

£160-220

Miscellaneous ancient coins (11) comprising a gold Solidus of Basil I and Constantine (867-886), Constantinople, Basil and Constantine facing, holding patriarchal cross between them, rev. Christ enthroned (Sear 1704), pierced, very fine, an early Roman Republic Denarius, Roma head, rev. the Dioscuri on horseback, ROMA incuse on tablet below (RRC 44/5), an Antoninianus of Gordian III, two Byzantine Folles, a Trebizond Asper, a Parthian Drachm, a Sasanian Drachm, two Kushan bronzes and a slightly chipped ¡ Tetradrachm of Ptolemy I, head of Alexander in elephant’s skin headdress, rev. Athena right, hurling javelin, good fine to very fine (11)

£180-250

Roman bronze, a miscellaneous accumulation containing a few 1st and 2nd century, but mainly comprising 3rd and 4th century issues (c.220), including Carausius, Allectus, Constantine from London mint, etc, fair to very fine (lot)

£180-250

Paduan cast copies, after Cavino, of Sestertii of Divus Augustus, rev. capricorns supporting wreath (Klawans 1), Claudius, rev. honouring Nero Claudius Drusus; equestrian statue on arch (Klawans 2), and Otho, rev. Otho clasping hand of one of four soldiers over altar (Otho, of course, struck no Sestertii) (Klawans 2), good very fine (3)

£150-200

1064 1064

Paduan copy, after Cavino, of a Sestertius of Caligula, rev. his three sisters Agrippina, Drusilla and Julia, standing (Klawans 4), extremely fine

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1065 1065

1066

1067

1068

Paduan copies (2), after Cavino, of Sestertii of Galba, rev. Galba addressing soldiers (Klawans 4), and Vitellius, rev. Honos and Virtus standing facing each other (Klawans 1), almost extremely fine (2)

£120-150

Paduan cast copies (3), after Cavino, of Sestertii of Vitellius, rev. Mars Victor left, and Domitian, rev. Domitian seated on platform before temple, extending hand to togate citizen, a child beside him (Klawans 5), together with a uniface pierced copy of a Galba Sestertius set in a brass collar, very fine to about extremely fine (3)

£150-200

Paduan, struck (?) copy of a Pescennius Niger Sestertius, rev. Fortuna standing left (Klawans 1), good very fine

£90-120

Carl Wilhelm Becker (1772-1830), forgeries in silver of an Alexander the Great gold stater (Hill 45), a Drachm (Hill 48) and a gold Stater of Pyrrhos (Sicily) (Hill 56), all lustrous and mint state (3)

£140-180

1071

1069 1069

1070

1071

Carl Wilhelm Becker (1772-1830), forgery of an Athens silver Dekadrachm (Hill 63), mint state

£100-150

Carl Wilhelm Becker (1772-1830), forgeries in silver of an Aureus of Caligula, rev. Germanicus (Hill 151), an Antonia Denarius (Hill 156), and an Antoninianus of Tranquillina (Hill 203), all lustrous and mint state (3)

£120-150

A modern copy of a Syracuse ¡ Dekadrachm, 43.75g, by Euainetos (unsigned), the original c.405-400 BC, modelled on Gallatin J VIIa/RXXII, lustrous, extremely fine

£200-250

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CELTIC COINS

1072 1072

1073

1073

North East Gaul, Treveri, gold Stater, 6.09g, ‘wreath’ of lines and pellets (from disjointed Apollo head), rev. horse left, pellet in circle below (Allan 248; DLT 8823), very fine

£400-500

Celtic Stater (South Ferriby type), 5.70g, obverse smooth, rev. crude horse to left, star below (ABC 1743; M.450; S.390; South Ferriby Hoard no.13 - Allen sylloge (1963), no.288), extremely fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

South Ferriby Hoard With old ticket stating purchased from Spink, 21 May 1948

1074 1074

1075

1075

Celtic, Regni and Atrebates, gold Stater, 6.21g, wreath, rev. disjointed horse right (ABC 482; S.21), damage at edge, fine

£300-350

Celtic, North East Region, Corieltavi, uninscribed gold Stater, 5.91g, wreath, rev. disjointed horse left (ABC 1722; S.29), uncleaned, with some red deposit, very fine

£250-300

1076 1076

1077

1077

Celtic, North East Region, Corieltavi, gold Stater, 5.85g, wreath, rev. disjointed horse right, zig-zag in exergue(ABC 1719; S.28), very fine

£300-400

Celtic, Regini, ¿ Stater, 5.67g, ‘Climping’ type, cruciform wreath design with two crescents and pellets, two wings and harp-like object, rev. horse left, two S-shaped birds in front, S-shaped animal above, pellet in ring and crescent below (ABC 524; VA-; S.33A), partly flat, a bold very fine, rare

£1,500-2,000

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1079

Celtic, Catuvellauni, Cunobelin, (c.10-40 AD), gold Stater, 5.31g, ‘Biga’ type, CAMVL in garnished tablet on vertical wreath, ornaments in angles, rev. biga left, leaf above, wheel below (ABC 2771; VA 1910-2; S. 280), reverse off-centre, very pale gold with some surface deposit, good very fine

£1,800-2,000

PROVENANCE: Recorded with the PAS, ref. SF-57FE19 Found at Mildenhall, Suffolk, January 2016

1079

Celtic, Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, Cunobelin (c.AD 8-41), gold Stater, 5.36g, corn ear dividing CA-MV, rev. horse right, star and branch above, pellet in ring and C[V..] below (ABC 2783; S.283), ragged edge, very fine

1080 1080

1081

1082

1081

£600-800

1082

Celtic, Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, Cunobelin (c.AD 8-41), gold Quarter-Stater, 1.31g, corn ear dividing CA-M[.], rev. horse right, CVN below (ABC 2810; S.292), good fine

£150-200

Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Cunobelin, (c.10-20 AD), silver Unit, 1.49g, boar left, pellet in circle and groundline below, rev. coiled serpent, zig-zag line below (ABC 2282; VA 1948; S.-), slightly porous surfaces, small, but well centred and defining detail clear, nearly very fine, extremely rare

£200-250

Celtic, Trinovantes (?), Æ Unit, 2.80g, horse left, CA? below, rev. horse left, bucranium? above, 4 pellets in field (ABC-; VA-; S.-), very fine, extremely rare

£100-200

An eastern source seems likely for this undocumented unit. The realistic legs without pellet joints are seen infrequently.

1083 1083

1084

1084

Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Tasciovanus(?), Silver Unit, 1.13g, obv. CAM, V above, L below, rev. crouching dog, branch above, CVNO below (ABC 2852; VA-; S.-), irregular and small, almost very fine, extremely rare

£150-200

Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Agr (c.35-43? AD), silver Unit, 1.28g, AGR within wreath border, rev. bitch right with snake, goundline, AGR below (ABC 3005; VA-; S.354), porous surfaces and quite small, but well centred and an excellent example, good very fine, extremely rare

£600-800

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ENGLISH HAMMERED COINS

1085 1085

Northumbria, Aethelred I, Second reign (789-796), Sceat, 1.05g, small cross, +AEDILRED around, rev. pellet in annulet, +CEOLBALD around (N.185/1; S.856), a tiny amount of edge loss from 1-2 o’clock, otherwise a bold very fine, rare

£250-300

1086 1086 (x2) 1086

Mercia, Offa (757-796), Penny, 1.12g, Light Coinage, London, portrait type, IBBA in field before bare headed bust right with curved shoulders, rev. O/F/R/M in angles of lozenge cross fleury, plain cross at centre, pellets in angles (Chick 51, cf.N.300; S.905), the obverse slightly off-centre, a bold very fine, extremely rare

1087 1087

1088

1089

1088

1089

Edward the Elder (899-924), Penny, 1.61g, Two-line type, Athelwulf, +EADVVEARD REX around small cross pattée in centre, rev. AðEL/VLF MO, moneyer in two lines divided by three small cross pattées, pellet above and below (N.649; S.1087), very fine or better, scarce

£400-600

Edward the Elder (899-924), Penny, 1.51g, Two-line type, Badda, +EADVVEARD REX around small cross pattée in centre, rev. BAD/DA MO, moneyer in two lines divided by three small cross pattées, trefoil of pellets above and below (N.649; S.1087), lightly toned, good very fine, scarce

£600-800

Edward the Elder (899-924), Penny, 1.62g, Two-line type, Deorwald, +EADVVEARD REX around small cross pattée in centre, rev. DEORV/ALD MO, moneyer in two lines divided by three small cross pattées, pellet above and below (N.649; S.1087), better than very fine, scarce

£400-600

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1090 1090

1091

1091

Edward the Elder (899-924), Penny, 1.62g, Two-line type, Eadgild, EADVVEARD REX around small cross pattée in centre, rev. EADG/ILD MO, moneyer in two lines divided by three small cross pattées, trefoil of pellets above and below (N.649; S.1087), dark tone, good very fine, scarce

£500-700

Edward the Elder (899-924), Penny, 1.44g, Two-line type, Liofhelm, +EADVVEARD RIX (sic) around small cross pattée in centre, rev. LIOFH/ELM MO, moneyer in two lines divided by three small cross pattées, trefoil of pellets above and below (N.649; S.1087), a scuff in the obverse legend to the left of the initial cross and lamination from 1-2 o’clock, darkly toned, good very fine, scarce

£400-600

1092 1092

1093

1093

Aethelstan (924-939), Penny, 1.51g, Portrait type, London, Liofhelm, +AEðELSTAN REX around bust to base of coin, right, rev. +LIOFHELM MO LONDCI, small cross pattée in centre (N.675; S.1095), a soft portrait, good fine/nearly very fine, rare

£1,500-2,000

Eadred (946-955), Penny, 1.09g, Norwich, Prim, crowned bust right, rev. +PRIM MONE small cross pattée (N.715; S.1116), porous surfaces and chipped, a bold very fine, very rare with the mint signature

£1,800-2,200

NOWE,

1094 1094 (x2) 1094

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.13g, Second Hand Type, Watchet, Sigeric, bust right, rev. +SIGERIC M-O PECED, hand of providence between alpha and omega issuing from clouds that billow outward (N.768; S.1146), dark tone, good very fine, extremely rare PROVENANCE:

G V Doubleday, Glendining, 6 October 1987, lot 549

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1095 1095

1096

1096

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.37g, small CRVX type, London, Elfstan, bare bust left, sceptre in front, rev. + AELFSTAN M-O LVN, voided short cross, one letter of CRVX in each angle, an extra pellet in C and X quarters (N.770; S.1148), peck marks and softly struck, very fine, scarce

£200-240

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.38g, small CRVX type, London, Osulf, bare bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +OSVF M-O LVNDO, voided short cross, one letter of CRVX in each angle, an extra pellet in C and X quarters (N.770; S.1148), obverse peck marks, good very fine, scarce

£250-300

1097 1097

Aethelred II (978-1016), Pennies (2), 1.35g, CRVX type, Southwark, Brihtlaf, bare headed bust left, in front a sceptre, rev. +BRYHTLAF M-O SVÐ, voided short cross, one letter of C R V X in each angle, 1.06g, Last Small Cross type, Stamford, Godæg, bare headed bust left, rev, +GODÆG MO STANFO, small cross pattée (N.770, 777; S.1148, 1154), both cracked and passing light, very fine (2)

1098 1098

1099

1100

1099

1100

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.66g, CRVX type, Winchester, Brihtnoth?, bare bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +BERHTNAÐ; M-O PIN, voided short cross, one letter of CRVX in each angle (N.770; S.1148), surface cracks, just about good very fine

£250-300

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.39g, Long Cross Type, Exeter, Dunstan, bare headed bust left, rev. +DVNSTAN M’O EAXE, long voided cross with each arm terminating in three crescents, pellet in one quarter (N.774; S.1151), minimal wear with a few peck marks on reverse, good very fine

£200-250

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.69g, Long Cross type, Exeter, Dunstan, bare headed bust left, rev. +DVNSTAN M-O EAXE, voided long cross (N.774; S.1151), two peck marks to the obverse, good very fine

£250-300

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1101 1101

1102

1103

1102

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.42g, London, +AEÐELRAED +OS-VLF-MOL-VND’, voided long cross (N.774; S.1151), very fine

1105

1106

1108

bust left, rev. £120-150

£80-100

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.11g, Last Small Cross, Canterbury, Godman, bust left, rev. +GODMAN ON:CANTP, small cross pattée (N.777; S.1154), a few peck marks, almost very fine

£180-240

1105

1106

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.34g, Last Small Cross type, Exeter, Isegod, bust left, rev. + ISNGOD ON EAXCESTR, small cross pattée (N.777; S.1154), a few peck marks, very fine

£250-300

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.35g, Last Small Cross type, London, Godman, diademed bust left, rev. +:GODM.AN ON L:V:N:, small cross pattée (N.777; S.1154), peck marks on reverse, nearly extremely fine

£250-300

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.31g, Last Small Cross type, London, Leofric, bare headed bust left, rev. +LEOFRIC MON LVND, small cross pattée (N.777; S.1154), reverse peck marks, the obverse a little messy in the legend but nearly as struck, good very fine

£180-220

1107 1107

REX ANG,

Aethelred II (978-1016), Penny, 1.72g, Long Cross type, Thetford, Manna, bare headed bust left, rev. +MANNA MO –EOD, voided long cross, one pellet in each angle (N.770; S.1148), cracked with peck marks, good fine, unusual with the extra pellets

1104 1104

1103

1108

Aethelred II (978-1016), imitation of a Long Cross Penny, 1.59g, [ ]AO[ ]O+LIIO, bare headed bust left, rev. +P ZLI OF IIO, voided long cross, each limb terminating in a crudely engraved three crescents (cf.N.774; S.1151), a wavy flan, attractively toned, very fine

£200-300

Aethelred II (978-1016), imitation of a Helmet type Penny, 2.12g, +EÐELRÆDREXA, armoured bust with radiate helmet left, rev. +IO DM NOI EH, long cross voided, each limb terminating in three crescents over square with trefoil at each point (cf.N.775; S.1154), very fine

£200-300

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Cnut (1016-1035), Penny, 0.86g, Quatrefoil type, Norwich, Ringvlf, +CNVT REX ANGLOR around bust left, a dagger or comet shaped object in the field behind the bust, rev. +RINGVLF V NOR, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781 var.; S.1157 var.), almost as struck, extremely fine, excessively rare, the better of two known examples

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE:

M Faintich (from CNG 25 March 2000) CNG Triton XV, 4 January 2012, lot 1851

1110 1110

1111

1111

1112

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.06g, Quatrefoil type, Salisbury, Godwine, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +GODPINE ON S•ERBI, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), reverse surface cracks, toned, very fine, scarce

£250-300

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.93g, Quatrefoil type, Stamford, Cawelin, bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +CAPELIN MO STA, voided long cross over quatrefoil, pellet at centre, one quarter with a defacing mark (N.781; S.1157), the reverse struck from a rusty die, good very fine/very fine, rare with the defaced reverse die

£250-350

For further reading on the defaced dies of Cnut, see Eaglen & Grayburn, BNJ vol.70 (2000) p.12-38 1112

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.05g, Pointed Helmet type (1024-30), +CNV-T REI: X, helmeted bust left, rev. +AEL: FPIE ON LVNDE, short cross (BMC XIV; S.1158), nearly extremely fine

1113 1113

1114

1114

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.00g, Pointed Helmet type, York, Grimulf, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front with a trefoil of pellets, rev. +GRIMOLF M-O EOFR•, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), toned, a bold very fine

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.94g, Short Cross type, Shaftesbury, Aegelric, bust left, in front a sceptre, rev. +ÆGELRIC ON SCEF, voided short cross, pellet in annulet at centre (N.790; S.1159), peck marks to both sides, very fine, scarce

£200-300

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1115 1115

1116

1117

1119

1120

£250-300

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.06g, Quatrefoil type, London, Brihtnoth, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +BRIHTNOÐ; LVNDEI, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), a strong strike but cracked at the quatrefoil above the bust as a result, almost extremely fine

£180-240

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.05g, Quatrefoil type, London, Bruninc, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +BRVNINC: ON LVNDEN, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), double struck on the obverse, good very fine

£200-250

1122

1123

1119

1120

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.00g, Quatrefoil type, London, Bruninc, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +BRVNINC ON LVNDE•, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), dark tone, a bold very fine

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.03g, Quatrefoil type, London, Bruninc, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +BRVNINC ON LVNDE, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), one peck mark to each side, extremely fine

£240-280

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, Quatrefoil type, London, 1.05g, Bruninc, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +BRVNINC ONO: LVND, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), cracked and passing light, very fine

£150-250

1121 1121

1117

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Quatrefoil type, London, Brihtferth, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +BRIHTFRÐ; ON LVND, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), well struck, good very fine

1118 1118

1116

1122

1123

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Quatrefoil type, London, Eadwerd, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +EADPERD LVND, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), extremely fine

£250-300

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Quatrefoil type, London, Eadwerd, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +EADPER:D ON LVND, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), cracks passing light, better than very fine

£150-200

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.03g, Quatrefoil type, London, Eadwine, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +EADPINE ON LVNDEN, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), minimal wear, good very fine

£240-280

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1124 1124

1125

1126

1128

1129

£240-280

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.05g, Quatrefoil type, London, Eadwold, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +EDPOLD: ON L•VND, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), minimal wear, good very fine

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.01g, Quatrefoil type, London, Eadwold, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +EDPOL:D ON LVND, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), scratches in the obverse field, good very fine

£200-240

1131

1132

1128

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.07g, Quatrefoil type, London, Frethi, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +FREÐI ON LVNDENE:, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), toned, good very fine

£240-280

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.09g, Quatrefoil type, London, Frethwine, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +FREÐPIN LVNDENE:, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), better than very fine

£200-250

1131

1132

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.92g, Quatrefoil type, London, Frethwine, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +FREÐP.IN O LVN, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), a flan flaw above and in front of the bust and correspondingly on the reverse, dark tone, better than very fine

£150-200

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.03g, Quatrefoil type, London, Goda, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +GODA ON LVNDENEI, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), the obverse double struck, very fine or slightly better, but messy

£150-200

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.35g, Quatrefoil type, London, Godere, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +GODERE LVND, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), double struck, otherwise very fine

£200-250

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Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Quatrefoil type, London, Eadwold, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +EDPOLD ON LVN, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), very fine

1130

1130

1126

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Quatrefoil type, London, Eadwine, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +EADPINE LVNDE, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), some parts a little weak, nearly extremely fine

1127 1127

1125


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1133 1133

1134

Cnut (1016-35), Pennies (2), 0.95g, Quatrefoil type, London, Godman (2), crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +GODMAN O LVNDE, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp, 0.99g, rev. +GODMAN ON LVN (N.781; S.1157), the first a small chip at 3 o’clock and flan crack extending from this point, toned, good very fine, the second with multiple perforations and cracks, very fine (2)

£240-300

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Quatrefoil type, London, Leofric, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +LEOFRIC ON LVNDE•, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), a soft strike and the obverse legend a little woolly, very fine, the reverse a bit better

£200-250

1135 1135

1136

1137

1139

1140

1136

1137

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.05g, Quatrefoil type, London, Liofwine, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +LIOFPINE ON LVNDE, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), nearly extremely fine

£250-300

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Quatrefoil type, London, Wulfwine, crowned bust left within quatrefoil, rev. +PVLFPINE: ON LVND, voided long cross over quatrefoil, a pellet on each cusp (N.781; S.1157), good very fine

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.04g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Aegelward, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil of pellets, rev. +ÆGEPERD ON LVND:, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), softly struck, very fine

£160-200

1138 1138

1134

1139

1140

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.04g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Aelfgar, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front, rev. ÆLFGAR ON LVND, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), rose and gold toning, an attractive very fine

£180-220

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.00g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Brihtric, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil of pellets, rev. +BRYHTRIC ON LVND, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), little soft in the obverse legend and the reverse is double struck, otherwise very fine

£150-200

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.01g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Brungar, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +BRVNGAR ON LVND, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), iridescent toning to the obverse, very fine, the obverse better

£180-220

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1141 1141

1142

1143

1142

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Eadwold, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +EADPOLD ON LVND, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), better than very fine

£200-240

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.06g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Eadwerd, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front with a trefoil of pellets, rev. +EDPERD ON LVNDE, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), a striking split at 3 o’clock, very fine

£150-200

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.08g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Godric, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +GODRIC ON LVDDEN•, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), an edge split at 1 o’clock, softly struck, good very fine

£200-250

1144 1144

1145

1146

1145

1148

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.04g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Godwine, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +GODPINE ON LVND, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), slightly porous surfaces, cleaned, better than very fine

£150-200

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.06g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Godwine, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +GODPINE ON LVND:, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), an edge crack from 3 o’clock through the bottom of the helmet. otherwise toned, better than very fine

£150-200

1148

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.85g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Leofnoth, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil of pellets, rev. +LEOFNOÐ; ON LVND, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), a crudely executed bust with a surface crack, darkly toned, very fine

£150-180

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.99g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Leofwig, helmeted bust left, sceptre in frontwith trefoil of pellets, rev. +L•EOFPIG ON LVND:, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), good very fine

£200-240

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Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.06g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Godric, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +GODRIC ON LVNDEN, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), softly struck, a small scratch below the chin, good very fine

1147 1147

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1149 1149

1150

1151

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.91g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Leofwine, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil of pellets, rev. +LEOFPINE MO LVND, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter, (N.787; S.1158), a crudely executed pair of dies, peck marks to the reverse, creased, very fine

£150-180

The lack of quality may point to this being a Scandinavian imitation 1150

1151

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.97g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Dunstan, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front, rev. ÐVNSTAN ON LVND, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), lightly toned, very fine

£150-180

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.95g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Etsige, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil of pellets, rev. +ETSIGE ON LVNDE:, voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), cracked, about extremely fine

£130-160

1152 1152

1153

1154

1156

1157

1154

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.85g, Pointed Helmet type, London, Wynstan, helmeted bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil of pellets, rev. +PYNSTAN ON LVND:., voided long cross, a pellet within two concentric circles at the centre, a pellet in annulet in each quarter (N.787; S.1158), lightly toned, good very fine

£180-220

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.02g, Short Cross type, London, Aelfwig, diademed bust left, sceptre in front, rev. ÆLFPIG ON LVNDEN:, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), good very fine

£180-220

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.05g, Short Cross type, London, Aelfwine, diademed bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +ÆLFPINE ON LVND, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), toned, good very fine

£180-220

1155 1155

1153

1156

1157

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.01g, Short Cross type, London, uncertain moneyer, diademed bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +I[ ]NTN ON LVND, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), dark tone, good very fine

£180-220

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.01g, Short Cross type, London, Edred, diademed bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil head, rev. +EDRED ON LVND:., voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), cracked in the centre, not passing light, nearly extremely fine

£180-220

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.11g, Short Cross type, London, Eadwine, diademed bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil head, rev. +EDPINE ON LVND, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), soft, but as struck, extremely fine

£200-250

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1158 1158

1159

1160

1159

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.11g, Short Cross type, London, Eadwine, diademed bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil head, rev. +EDPINE ON LVND, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), soft, but as struck, extremely fine

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.17g, Short Cross type, London, Eadwine, diademed bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +EDPINE ON LVND:., voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), lightly toned, better than very fine

£160-200

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.88g, Short Cross type, London, Goda?, diademed bust left, sceptre in front with trefoil head, rev. +[ ]OGOD ON LVNDE :, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), heavily peck marked with a dark tone, very fine

£150-180

1161 1161

1162

1163

1160

1162

1163

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 1.08g, Short Cross type, London, Leofwold, diademed bust left, sceptre in front rev. +LEOFPOLD ON LV, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), toned, the reverse iridescent, good very fine

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.90g, Short Cross type, London, Wulfric, diademed bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +P.VLFRIC ON LVND, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), nearly extremely fine

£200-250

Cnut (1016-35), Penny, 0.95g, Short Cross type, London, Aelfwig, diademed bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +ÆLFPIG ON LVNDE:, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre, 0.90g, Short Cross type, London, Corf?, diademed bust left, sceptre in front, rev. +CORIII ON LVNND, voided short cross, a pellet within circle at the centre (N.790; S.1159), (N.790; S.1159), both cracked, the first from 3 o’clock to the centre, good very fine, the second passing light through the centre, very fine (2)

£240-300

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1164 1164 (x2) 1164

Harold I (1035-40), Penny, 1.14g, Jewel Cross type, Hertford, Deorsige, diademed bust left, rev. +DEORSIGE ON HERT:, cross of four ovals united at their bases by two circles enclosing a pellet (N.802; S.1163), virtually as struck, extremely fine, a very rare type for this mint

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1165

1166 1165 (x2)

1165

1166

Harold I (1035-40), Penny, 1.09g, Jewel Cross type, Lincoln, Wulfric, diademed bust left, rev. +PVLFRIC ON LINCOL, cross of four ovals united at their bases by two circles enclosing a pellet (N.802; S.1163), as struck, extremely fine

£1,000-1,500

Harold I (1035-40), Penny, 0.93g, Jewel Cross type, London, Widia, diademed bust left, rev. +PIDIIA ON LVNDENE, cross of four ovals united at their bases by two circles enclosing a pellet (N.802; S.1163), a surface crack, obverse only from the base of the bust towards the head, good very fine, rare

£800-1,000

1168

1167

1168 (x2) 1167

1168

Harold I (1035-40), Penny, 1.35g, Fleur-de-Lis type, London, Edwold, armoured and diademed bust left, rev. +ED POL DON LVN, voided long cross, lis between two pellets, annulet in circle at centre (N.803; S.1165), cracked and a wavy flan, nearly very fine

£200-300

Harold I (1035-40), Penny, 1.11g, Fleur-de-Lis type, London, Leofred, bust left, diademed and in armour, in front a shield and sceptre decorated with wedges, rev. +LEOFRED O LVN, long cross voided, limbs united at their bases by a circle enclosing a pellet, in each angle a fleur between two pellets (N.803; S.1165), nearly extremely fine, rare with the additional wedges on the sceptre

£1,200-1,500

1169

1169

1170

1170

Harold I (1035-40), Penny, 1.05g, Fleur-de-Lis type, York, Stircol, armoured and diademed bust left, rev. +STI RCOL ONN EOFE, voided long cross, lis between two pellets, annulet in circle at centre (N.803; S.1165), scrapes in the centre of the reverse and a wavy flan, nearly very fine

£300-500

Harthacnut (1035-42), Penny, 0.88g, Jewel Cross type, London, Godd, +HARÐA CNVT REX, diademed bust right, rev. +GODD ON LVND:, cross of four ovals united at their bases by two circles enclosing a pellet (N.808; S.1166), broken and repaired, very fine, rare

£1,000-1,200

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Harthacnut (1035-42), Penny, 1.16g, Jewel Cross type, Oxford, Godwine, +HARÐA diademed bust right, rev. +GODPINE ON OCXE, cross of four ovals united at their bases by two circles enclosing a pellet (N.809; S.1167), a bold very fine, very rare

CNVT REX,

£3,000-3,500

1172 1172 (x2) 1172

Harthacnut (1035-42), Penny, 1.10g, Jewel Cross type, Watchet, Godcild, +HARÐA diademed bust right, rev. +GODCIL•D ON PECED:, cross of four ovals united at their bases by two circles enclosing a pellet (N.809; S.1167), good very fine, very rare

CNVT REX,

£3,000-4,000

1173 1173 (x2) 1173

Harthacnut (1035-42), Penny, 1.11g, Arm and Sceptre type, Oxford, Lifinc, +HARÐA diademed bust left, sceptre before, rev. +LIFINC ONN OCXEN:, quadrilateral with pellet at each apex over long cross voided, a pellet at centre (N.811; S.1168), nearly extremely fine, very rare CNVT REX,

£3,000-4,000

1174 1174

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.13g, PACX type, Stamford, Aelfheh, diademed bust left, sceptre in front, rev. ÆLFEH ON STANF, voided long cross arms ending in a crescent, annulet at centre, one letter of P A C X in each angle (N.813; S.1171), about extremely fine WWW.SPINK.COM

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1176

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.13g, Expanding Cross type, Light issue, York, Thor, PACX style diademed bust left, in front a sceptre, rev. +ÐORR ON EOFERP, voided short cross with expanding limbs, joined at the base by two circles (N.821; S.1176), toned, good very fine, rare

£300-400

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.48g, Pointed Helmet type (1053-56), EDPER D REX, bearded bust right in pointed helmet, rev. +STIREOL ON EOFER, short cross (S.1179), very fine

£200-250

1177 1177

1176

1178

1179

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.30g, Sovereign/Eagles type, Hastings, Duninc, King crowned, seated on throne facing, a sceptre in his right hand, an orb in the left, rev. DVNNINC ONN HÆS:, voided short cross, a bird in each angle (N.827; S.1181), a few tiny scratches to the obverse, nearly very fine

£250-300

PROVENANCE: H H King, collection purchased by Baldwin c.1960

1178

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.29g, Hammer Cross type, Chester, Huscarl, crowned bust right, in front a sceptre rev. +HVSCARL ON LECE, voided short cross, the limbs ending in a segment of a circle (N.828; S.1182), perforated with a crack, otherwise toned, very fine or better, rare

£180-220

PROVENANCE:

London Coins 151, 5 December 2015, lot 2097 1179

Edward the Confessor (1042-66), Penny, 1.22g, Pyramids type, Winchester, Aelfwine, bust right, bearded and crowned, in front a sceptre, rev. +AELFWINE ON PINC, short cross voided; in each angle, a pyramid from the inner circle terminating in a pellet (N.831; S.1184), a strong portrait, good very fine

£250-300

1180 1180 (x2) 1180

William I (1066-87), Penny, 1.22g, Canopy type, Wallingford, Brihtmær, +PILLELM REX around facing bust, crowned and diademed within canopy of two columns, rev. +BRIHTMÆR ON PAL, double quadrilateral with incurved sides, fleury at the angles, annulet in centre (N.843; S.1252), slightly weak in places, iridescent dark tone, nearly extremely fine, rare 31

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1182

1183 1181

1182

1183

William I (1066-87), Penny, 1.40g, Leicester, Godric, bust facing, crowned and diademed, right a sceptre, rev. +GODRIC ON LEHRE, cross pattée, in each angle an annulet containing one letter of the word PAXS (N.850; S.1257), a little weak in places, very fine and rare

£600-800

William the Conqueror (1066-87), Penny, 1.41g, Paxs type, Southwark, Godric, crowned bust facing, rev. GODRIC ON SVDP, cross patteé, P-A-X-S in angles (N.850; S.1257), good fine

£250-350

Henry I, Penny, 1.25g, Facing bust/Cross fleury type, mint and moneyer uncertain, facing bust, rev. +[ ]B, cross fleury, Henry VI, Halfgroat, 1.99g, London, Leaf-Trefoil issue, leaf on breast, Elizabeth I, Groat, 1.85g, First issue, m.m. lis, bust 1F left within wireline and beaded inner circles, rev. long cross fourchée over square topped shield (N.866, 1487, 1986; S.1271, 1900, 2551), fair to good fine (3)

£160-200

1184 1185 1184

1185

John (1199-1216), Penny, 1.42g, Ipswich, Class 3, JOHAN: ON: GIPE, short cross (S.), very fine

1186 HENRICVS REX,

head facing, rev.

Edward I (1272-1307), Groat, 4.58g, New coinage, m.m. cross pattée, facing bust within quatrefoil, rosette below, rev. long cross pattée, legend in two circles, three pellets in each angle (Fox.3; N.1005; S1379C), the reverse previously gilt, , the portrait flat, fair - fine, very rare

£80-120

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE:

SNC July/August 1974, no.6297 SNC April 1977, no. 3135 1186

Edward I (1272-1307), Groat, 5.12g, New coinage, m.m. cross pattée, facing bust within quatrefoil, rosette below, rev. long cross pattée, legend in two circles, three pellets in each angle (Fox.3; N.1005; S1379C), gilt both sides, corroded and mounted, poor-near fine, very rare

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1187 1187 (x2) 1187

Edward III (1272-1307), Quarter-Noble, 2.06g, London, Third period (1346-51), shield in tressure, rev. cross, a crown at each limb, a lion in each angle, E in centre, all within a tressure of eight arcs (N.1112; S.1483), nearly extremely fine, rare

£800-1,000

Previously slabbed NGC MS63

1188 1188

Edward III (1327-77), Treaty Period, 1361-69, Noble, 7.67g, King standing facing in ship, holding sword and shield, saltire before EDWARD, rev. cross fleury, E in centre (N.1231; S.1502), good very fine

£2,500-3,000

PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction 16, 7 December 2010, lot 28

1189 1189 (x2) 1189

Edward III (1327-77), Treaty Period 1361-69, Quarter-Noble, 1.83g, shield in tressure, rev. cross fleury, lis in centre (N.1234; S.1510), very fine

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Richard II (1377-99), Quarter-Noble, 1.92g, London, type IA, +RICARD: DEI: GRA: REX: ANGL, shield within tressure, rev. +EXALTABITVR: IN: GLORIA., cross with lions in angles, R in centre (N.1317; S.1672), good very fine, rare

£1,200-1,500

PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction 16, 7 December 2010, lot 29

1191 1191 (x2) 1192 1191

Richard II (1377-99), Farthing, 0.31g, +RICARD: RCX: ANGL:, small facing crowned bust with trace of neck, rev. CIVI TAS LON DON, long cross, three pellets in each angle (N.1333; S.1703), very fine and very rare

£300-350

PROVENANCE:

Found Alford, Lincolnshire 2015 1192

Henry V (1413-22), Noble, class C, mullet by sword arm and annulet on side of ship, i.m. pierced cross on reverse, King standing facing in ship, holding sword and shield, rev. cross fleury, small quatrefoil above sail and in upper right quarter of reverse (N.1371; S.1742), good very fine

£3,000-3,500

1193 1194 1193 (x2) 1193

1194

Henry V (1413-22), Quarter Noble, 1.41g, class A, m.m. pierced cross pattée with pellet centre, lis over shield and in centre of rev. short broad letters, quatrefoil and annulet beside shield, stars at corners of centre on reverse (N.1381/1; S.1754; Schneider 213), small, with scrapes to both sides, very fine but impaired, very rare

£600-800

Henry V (1413-1422), Groat, 3.89g, class B, London, m.m. pierced cross both sides, ‘scowling’ facing bust, mullet to right of breast, rev. CIVITAS LONDON, three pellets in each angle (N.1386; S1762B; Stewartby p.324 B2b), good fine, the reverse about very fine, very rare

£1,000-1,500

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1196

1196

Henry VI (1422-61), Noble, 6.92g, London, annulet by sword arm and in one spandrel on rev., trefoil stops obv, lis after hE?RIC, annulets on rev. with mullet after IhC (N.1414; S.1799), cross scratched next to King, otherwise good very fine

£1,800-2,200

Henry VI, First reign (1422-61), annulet issue, 1422-c.1430, Noble, 6.95g, i.m. lis on reverse, king standing facing in ship, holding sword and shield, annulet by sword arm, rev. cross fleury, H in centre (S.1799), badly creased and straightened, fine

£800-1,000

1197 1197

Edward IV, first reign (1461-70), Ryal, 7.65g, i.m. none/crown, ED-WARD’. DI; REX. ANGL’. Z. FRANC’. DNS’. I.B’., King standing facing in ship, holding sword and shield, rose at side, flag at stern, rev. IHC AVT. TRANSIENS. PER. MEDIVM. ILLORV. I.BAT, rose over sun, lis and crowned lions in angles (N.1549; S.1951, cf. Schneider 367 var. punctuation), cracked and repaired, very fine

£600-800

1198 1198

Edward IV, first reign (1461-70), light coinage, 1464-70, Ryal, 7.64g, London, m.m. none/crown, crowned King standing facing in ship holding sword and shield, flag with letter E to left, rose below on ships hull, trefoil stops, rev. rose over a radiate sun over royal cross, crowned leopards in angles, small trefoils in spandrels, reading ILLORV (Schneider cf. 358-371, 367 with this reverse style; N.1549; S.1951), tiny mark by shield otherwise good very fine PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 206, 1-2 December 2010, lot 889 Strauss, Sotheby, 26 May 1994, lot 57 35

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Edward IV, second reign (1471-83), Angel, 5.11g, London, m.m. small annulet, EDWARD’. DEI GRA. R-EX ANGL FRANC’, St Michael vanquishing Satan, rev. PER C-RUCE’ TVA’ SALVA NO’ XPC’ REDE. TOR, ship with shield, cross above dividing E and rose (N.1626; S.2091), good very fine

£2,000-2,500

PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction, 30 September 2010, lot 11

1200 1200 (x2) 1200

Richard III (1483-5), Penny, 0.60g, m.m. boar’s head 1, York, Archbishop Rotherham, crowned facing bust, T and key at neck, rev. long cross, three pellets in each angle, quatrefoil at centre (N.1686; S.2166; Stewartby p.446 II), small as usual, the portrait very fine or better, but most legend missing, overall nearly very fine

£500-600

1202 1202 (x2)

1201 1201

Henry VI, first reign (1422-61), Groat, 3.72g, Annulet issue, Calais/London mule, m.m. pierced cross both sides, facing bust, annulets by neck, rev. CIVITAS LONDON, three pellets in each angle, with an annulet in the first and third angles (N.1424/1423; S1835/1834; Stewartby p.324, Ib2), soft in parts, good fine to nearly very fine, very rare

£600-800

PROVENANCE:

Reigate Hoard, Glendining, 8 December 1992, lot 246 F Brady, Spink 209, 6 October 2011, lot 89 1202

Richard III (1483-85), Halfpenny, 0.39g, m.m. boar’s head 2, London, crowned facing bust, rev. long cross, three pellets in each angle (N.1688; S.2170; Stewartby p.450 II), struck on a small flan, good fine and extremely rare

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1204

Henry VII (1485-1509), Angel, 5.07g, class V, m.m. pheon, HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGE Z FRA, St Michael vanquishing Satan, rev. PER CRUCEM TVA SALVA NOS XPE RED, cross dividing H and rose above shield within ship, double saltire stops (N.1698; S.2187), obverse legend double-struck, slight weakness at 8 o’clock and at corresponding place on reverse, very fine

£1,000-1,200

Henry VII (1485-1509), Groats (2), facing bust, 2.98g, class IIIc, m.m. anchor (inv. both sides), profile bust, 3.02g, regular issue with three bands to crown, m.m. pheon (N.1705, 1747; S.2199, 2258), the first about fine with a dark tone, the second better than fine, but a little bright (2)

£120-150

1205 1205 (x2) 1205

Henry VII (1485-1509), Halfgroat, 1.31g, Canterbury, Archbishop Morton, Ib/IIa mule, m.m. tun/-, crowned facing bust right, crosses by neck, rev. POSVI etc outer, CIVI TAS CAN TOR, inner, long cross pattée, M in centre, pellets in angles (N.1710/1711; S.2207/2208; Stewartby p.441 Ib/IIa), small as usual, the portrait a little soft, nearly very fine, very rare

£100-130

1206 1206 (x2) 1206

Henry VII (1485-1509), Halfpenny, 0.76g, York, Archbishop Rotherham, m.m. rose/-, crowned facing bust right, T and cross by neck, rev. CIVI TAS EBO RACI, long cross pattée, h in centre, pellets in angles (N.1721; S.2223; Stewartby p.447 Ia), small as usual, a strong portrait, better than very fine, very rare

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1207 (x2)

1207

Henry VIII (1509-47), third coinage, 1544-47, Sovereign of Twenty Shillings, 11.73g, m.m. S (Southwark), HENRIC 8 DI GRA’ AGL’ FRANCIE Z HIBERN REX, King enthroned holding orb and sceptre, rose at feet, rev. IHS AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLOR IBAT, crowned shield with lion and dragon supporters, HR below (Schneider 611 same dies; N.1825; S.2291), good very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction 10, 6 November 2008, lot 654

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1208 1208

1209

Henry VIII (1509-47), third coinage, 1544-47, Half-Sovereign, 6.17g, Southwark, m.m. S, King enthroned facing, holding orb and sceptre, rev. crowned shield with supporters (Schneider 621; N.1828; S.2296), double struck, and flat in parts as usual, about very fine

£1,200-1,500

Henry VIII (1509-47), third coinage, 1544-47, Angel, 5.07g, Tower, m.m. lis, St Michael vanquishing Satan, rev. h and rose over shield in ship (N.1830; S.2300; Schneider 623), slight weakness on St Michael’s head and the ship, a pleasing nearly very fine, the reverse better, scarce

£1,200-1,500

1210

1211 1211 (x2)

1210

1211

Henry VIII (1509-47), third coinage, 1544-47, Half-Angel, 2.46g, Tower, m.m. lis, St Michael vanquishing Satan, rev. h and rose over shield in ship with one annulet (N.1831; S.2301; Schneider 626), an edge crack to the left of St Michael’s head, very fine, rare

£600-800

Henry VIII (1509-47), Halfgroat, 1.39g, York, Archbishop Bainbridge, m.m. martlet, crowned profile bust right, rev. X B divided by square topped shield over long cross fourchée (N.1768; S.2323), slightly small of flan, a pleasing very fine, rare

£250-300

1212 1212

1213

1214

Henry VIII (1509-47), second coinage, 1526-44, Groat, 2.85g, m.m. lis, lombardic lettering, crowned bust right, Laker D, FRANC, rev. shield over long cross fourchée, saltires in forks (N.1797; S.2337E), some scratches in field and across face, very fine,

£150-200

Henry VIII (1509-47), Groats (6), first coinage, profile bust (1), 3.04g, m.m. crowned portcullis, Second coinage, Laker D (3), London (2), 2.75g, m.m. rose, 2.64g, m.m, lis, York (1), Archbishop Wolsey, 2.65g, m.m. voided cross, third coinage, Laker A1, 2.57g, m.m. lis, Posthumous, bust 6, 2.32g, m.m. martlet, the fourth about very fine but cleaned and bright, the others fine to nearly very fine (6)

£400-600

Hammered Coins, Halfpennies (5), Henry VIII, 0.35g, first coinage, m.m. portcullis (S.2334), Elizabeth I, 0.22g, sixth issue, m.m. A (S.2581), James I, 0.25g, first coinage, m.m. thistle (S.2651), Charles I, 0.38g, rose each side (S.2851), Commonwealth, 0.24g, shield each side (S.3223), about fine to very fine, the third and fifth scarce (5)

£100-130

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1215 (x2)

1215

Edward VI (1547-53), in the name of Henry VIII, Sovereign, 12.25g, 1547-51, Tower, m.m. lis, crowned King seated facing on throne, holding sceptre to left and orb to right, rose below, rose stops, Roman lettering, rev. crowned shield with supporters, HR monogram in cartouche, (N.1863; S.2389; Schneider 642, Whitton pl.1/2), a light cross scratched to both sides with general wear, the legends quite well struck, fine to very fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

T W J D Dupree collection SNC December 1989, no.6471 Ex Murdoch Collection Ex Sotheby’s, 12th October 1972

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Edward VI (1547-53), in the name of Henry VIII, Half Sovereign, 5.93g, m.m. arrow, HENRIC: 8. D: G: AGL’. . FRANC’ Z. HIB’. REX., King enthroned holding orb and sceptre, rev. IHS. AVIEM. TRANSIENS. PER. MEDI. ILLOR. IBAT, crowned shield with supporters, HR below (Schneider 645; N.1865; S.2391), weak in parts as usual, good very fine

£1,800-2,000

1217 1217

Edward VI (1547-53), Groat, 2.01g, first period, m.m. arrow, crowned bust profile right, rev. POSVI etc, square topped shield over long cross fourchée (N.1897; S.2454), good fine, better in parts, rare

1218 1218

£1,000-2,000

1219

Edward VI (1547-53), Shilling, 3.49g, MDLIX (1549), Tower, first issue, m.m. -, TIMOR etc, bust 1 right, rev. EDWARD VI etc, small oval garnished shield dividing E R (N.1918/1; S.2465), fine/nearly very fine, rare

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

J Bispham collection 1219

Edward VI (1547-53), Shilling, 4.19g, Tower, 1549, m.m. arrow, bust 5, rev. garnished oval shield dividing E R (N.1917/1; S.2466), the obverse double struck and off-centre, for this, good fine

£150-250

1220 1220

Edward VI (1547-53), Shilling, 5.16g, Tower, 1550, m.m. swan, bust 5, rev. garnished oval shield dividing E R (N.1917/1; S.2466), a good portrait with a green patina to both sides, very fine 41

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1222

1223

1224

1225

Edward VI (1547-53), Crown, 30.35g, 1551, m.m. y, King on horseback, date below, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1933; S.2478; Lingford dies A-6), general wear with metal stress cracks to the reverse, light graffiti between date and forelegs, otherwise nearly fine, scarce

£600-800

Edward VI (1547-53), Halfcrown, 14.98g, 1551, m.m. y, King on walking horse, date below, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.1934; S.2479), fine or slightly better with a pleasing golden tone

£500-700

Edward VI (1547-53), Shilling, 5.67g, Tower, fine issue, m.m. tun, facing bust rev. square topped shield over long cross fourchée, Sixpence, m.m. tun, 3.09g, facing bust, rev. square topped shield over long cross fourchée (N.1937, 1938; S.2482, 2483), the first lightly creased, nearly very fine, the second burnished, fine (2)

£150-250

Mary (1553-54), Groat, 2.03g, m.m. pomegranate, crowned bust left, rev. VERITAS etc, shield over long cross fourchée, with Philip & Mary (1554-58), Groat, 2.02g, m.m. lis, crowned bust left, rev. POSVI etc (N.1960, 1973; S.2492, 2508), both on a wavy flan, the first with scuffs, the second with flan flaws to the obverse, otherwise good fine to nearly very fine (2)

£250-300

Philip & Mary (1554-58), Shillings (2), one undated, 5.98g, with full titles, other, 6.01g, 1555, English titles only, busts face-to-face, rev. crowned oval shield (N.1960, 1973; S.2492, 2508), the first worn, fair, the second slightly small, but of acceptable weight, good fine or better (2)

£600-800

1226

1226

1227

1227

Philip & Mary (1554-58), Sixpence, 3.01g, 1557, m.m. lis, English titles only, busts face-to-face, rev. crowned oval shield (N.1971; S.2506), slightly creased, very fine, scarce

£800-1,000

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Angel, sixth issue, 5.11g, m.m. crescent, ELIZABETH D’ G’ ANG’ FR’ ET HI’ REGINA, St Michael vanquishing Satan, rev. A. DNO: FACTVM: EST. ISTVD: ET: EST: MIRABI.’, ship with shield, E and rose above (cf. Schneider 789; B&C C22; N.2005; S.2531), very fine

£3,500-4,500

PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction, 30 September 2010, lot 33

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Elizabeth I (1588-1603), third-fourth issue, 1560-78, Half-Pound, 5.53g, m.m. coronet, ELIZABETH: D: G: ANG: FR: ET: HI’ REGINA, young crowned bust left, rev. SCVIVM: FIDEI: PROTEGET: E AM, crowned shield dividing E-R, (Schneider -; N.1994; S.2520B), about extremely fine and with a good portrait

£5,000-6,000

PROVENANCE: St James’s auction 10, 6 November 2008, lot 685

1229 1229

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), fifth issue, 1578-82, Angel, 5.14g, m.m. Latin cross, St Michael vanquishing Satan, rev. E and rose over shield in ship (N.1993; S.2525; Schneider -), waterworn surfaces, otherwise little wear and about extremely fine, rare

£2,500-3,000

1230

1230

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), sixth issue, 1583-1600, Pound, m.m. woolpack, ELIZABETH.’ D.’ G.’ ANG’. FRA.’ ET. HI.’ REGINA., crowned bust left with long hair and richly ornamented dress, rev. SCVTVM. FIDEI PROTEGET. EAM., crowned shield dividing E-R, annulet stops on reverse (Schneider 799; N.2998; S.2534), about very fine PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction 10, 6 November 2008, lot 689

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1231 1231

1232

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Shilling, 5.87g, second issue, m.m. cross crosslet, bust 1A left, rev. square topped shield over long cross fourchée, Halfcrown, 14.45g, seventh issue, m.m.1, bust holding orb and sceptre to left (N.1985, 2013; S.2555A, 2583), the first with a striking split, otherwise almost very fine, the obverse better, the second worn, fair/about fine (2)

£400-600

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Shilling, 5.97g, m.m. hand, bust 6B, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2014; S.2577), small striking split and chip to left of initial mark, very fine

£250-350

1233 1234

1233

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Sixpence, 2.93g, 1590, sixth issue, m.m. hand, bust 6C left within beaded inner circle, rev. shield over long cross fourchée, date above (N.2015; S2578B), slightly ragged with edge cracks, but a good strike, almost very fine

£120-160

PROVENANCE:

R Blakey II, Spink 219, 24-25 September 2013, lot 442 (from M Vosper 2000) 1234

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Crown, 28.09g, m.m. 1, crowned bust left with orb and sceptre, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2012; S.2582), small marks on cheek and a few small scratches on reverse, good very fine with light grey tone PROVENANCE:

St James’s Auctions, 13 October 2004, lot 131 Captain Edward Shepherd, Glendining, 19 September 1918, lot 219

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1235 1235

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Crown, 29.73g, m.m. 1, bust holding orb and sceptre left, rev. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2012; S.2582), slightly weak on the face, all other parts well struck up and attractively toned, very fine, rare

1237

1236 1236

1237

£3,000-4,000

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), milled coinage, 6.11g, small size (29mm), undated, m.m. star, decorated bust left, rev. square topped shield over long cross fourchée (N.2023; S.2592; Borden & Brown 17-O1, 17-R1), scrapes in the left reverse field, nearly very fine

£400-500

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), milled coinage, Sixpence, 1562, m.m. star, large broad bust D left with decorated dress, small rose right, rev. shield, date above (N.2027; S.2596), nearly extremely fine, toned

£600-800

1238 1238

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), pattern Shilling, 6.03g, m.m. key, crowned bust left, five pointed mullet punched into field behind head, REGI, rev. plain shield over long cross fourchée (N.2044; S-), flat in parts, nearly very fine, very rare

£2,500-3,000

PROVENANCE:

SNC, December 1972, no. 11680 Spink 208, 22-3 June 2011, lot 697 The five point mullet stamped in the field behind the Queen’s head may be a contemporary merchant’s or banker’s test mark. 1239

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Sixpences (5), 2.72g, 1561, small flan, m.m. pheon, 2.73g, 1574, m.m. eglantine (obv. over ermine), 2.94g, 1601, m.m. 1, milled issue (2), m.m. star, 1561, 2.83g, small bust, large rose, 1562, 2.97g, tall decorated bust, Groats (2), first issue, 2.02g, m.m. lis, second issue, 1.98g, m.m. cross crosslet, Threepences (2), 1575, 1.34g, m.m. eglantine, 1578, 1.42g, m.m. Greek cross, near fine to almost very fine, a good group (9) 45

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James I (1603-25), second coinage, 1604-19, Unite of 22 shillings, 9.80g, m.m. tun, fifth bust, rev. square topped shield dividing I R, crown above (N.2085; S.2620; Schneider -), the obverse weakly struck with a few trivial hairlines, otherwise very fine or better in parts

£1,000-1,500

1241 1241

James I (1603-25), second coinage, 1604-19, Double-Crown, 4.74g, m.m. crown (over grapes rev), first bust, rev. square topped shield dividing I R, crown above (N.2087; S.2622; Schneider 34), a flaw through the mouth, otherwise nearly very fine

£400-600

1242 1242

James I (1603-25), second coinage, 1604-19, Britain Crown, 2.36g, m.m. lis, first bust, rev. square topped shield, crown dividing I R above (N.2090; S.2624; Schneider 43 same dies), creased with general wear, good fine, better in parts

£250-350

1243 1243

James I (1603-25), second coinage (1604-19), Britain Crown, 2.58g, crowned bust right, rev. crowned shield of arms, I-R above (S.2624), good fine

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£300-350


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1244

1244 (x2)

1244

James I (1603-25), third coinage, Rose Ryal, 12.51g, m.m. thistle, IACOBVS D: G: MA BRI: FR: ET HIB: REX, King enthroned holding orb and sceptre, back of throne garnished with semée of thistles, portcullis at feet, rich pattern of roses and lis in field, rev. A DNO: FACTVM EST ISTVD ET EST MIRAB: IN OC: NRIS, shield over cross fleury, value XXX above, within circle decorated with lis, lions and roses (N.2108; S.2632), slightly creased, about very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 183, 26 September 2006, lot 37

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1246

1246

James I (1603-25), Laurel, m.m. rose, second laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (S.2638), metal weakness where creased and straightened, otherwise good very fine

£800-1,000

James I (1603-25), third coinage, 1619-25, Laurel, 8.65g, m.m. lis, third small rounded head, ties wider apart, rev. long cross fourchée over square topped shield, crown above (N.2113; S.2638A; Schneider 85/87), creased, the portrait weak, the reverse considerably better, fine to good fine

£500-600

1248

1249

1247 1247

1248

1249

James I (1603-25), third coinage, 1619-25, Half-Laurel, 4.39g, m.m. rose, third small rounded head, ties wider apart, rev. square topped shield over long cross fourchée, crown above (N.2117; S.2641A; Schneider 90 same obv.die), irregular with good shield detail, nearly very fine

£600-800

James I (1603-25), third coinage, 1619-25, Quarter-Laurel, 2.25g, m.m. trefoil, wireline inner circle, ties form a bracket, rev. long cross fourchée over square topped shield, crown above (N.2119; S.2642A; Schneider 100), hairlines to the obverse, almost very fine

£300-400

James I (1602-25), Quarter-Laurel, 2.24g, m.m. trefoil, laureate bust left, rev. crowned square topped shield on long cross fourchée, beaded border both sides (N.2119; S.2642B), from a mount, fine

£180-220

1250 x1250

James I (1603-25), third coinage, Crown, 29.98g, m.m. trefoil, King on horseback right, groundline below, rev. garnished square topped shield (N.2120; S.2664; Cooper dies XI/XXI), lightly double struck, nearly very fine, rare WWW.SPINK.COM

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James I (1603-25), first coinage, Shillings (2), second bust, 5.77g, m.m. lis, crowned bust right, rev. square topped shield, second coinage, fourth bust, 6.04g, m.m. grapes, bust right with plainer armour, Sixpences (2), first coinage, second bust, 2.72g, 1604, m.m. lis, crowned bust right, rev. square topped shield, date above, third coinage, 2.89g, sixth bust, 1622, m.m. thistle (N.2073, 2100, 2075, 2126 ; S.2646, 2655, 2648, 2670), the first with a weak portrait, fine, the second good fine, the third near fine, the fourth very fine but chipped (4)

£200-300

1252 1252

James I (1603-25), Crown, 29.81g, m.m. trefoil over lis both sides, King on horseback right, groundline with grass below, rev. garnished square topped shield (N.2120; S.2664; Cooper dies X/XVIII), small edge split at 5 o’clock, good fine, rare

£600-800

1253 1253

James I (1603-25), third coinage, Halfcrown, 14.45g, m.m. trefoil (over lis on obverse), King on horseback right, groundline below, rev. garnished square topped shield (N.2122; S.2666) good fine, the reverse better

£250-400

1254 1254

James I (1603-25), third coinage, Halfcrown, 14.90g, m.m. thistle, King on horseback right, groundline with grass below, rev. garnished square topped shield, plume above (N.2123; S.2667) the reverse double struck, good fine and very rare with grass below the horse There was no example with grass for this mintmark in either the Lingford or Adams collections 49

£300-400


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1255

1255

1256

1256

Charles I (1625-49), Unite, Tower mint, group C, 8.93g, m.m. plume, rev. garnished oval shield dividing C-R, crown above (N.2150; S.2690; Schneider 136-9), the reverse slightly double struck with weakness on the crown, very fine

£1,200-1,500

Charles I (1625-49), Unite, 9.09g, Tower mint, m.m. triangle over anchor, rev. triangle, fourth bust crowned left, wearing lace collar, mark of value behind, rev. crowned oval shield dividing crowned C-R (cf. Schneider 158; N.2153; S.2692), good very fine with an excellent portrait, rare

£2,000-2,500

PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction 7, 8 February 2008, lot 144 Bridgewater House collection, Sotheby, 15 June 1972

1257

1257

1258

1259

1260

1261

1258

Charles I (1625-49), Double-Crown, Tower mint, group B, 4.46g, m.m. castle (rev. over negro’s head), second bust, rev. garnished square topped shield, crown above (N.2161; S.2699; Schneider 178), a decent portrait, the reverse quite double struck, almost very fine

£600-800

Charles I (1625-49), Crown, Tower mint, group B, 2.18g, m.m. negro’s head, second bust, rev. garnished square topped shield, crown above (N.2181; S.2711; Schneider 227), soft facial features, the crown and adjacent legend double struck, nearly very fine, rare

£400-600

Charles I (1625-49), Crown, Tower mint, group B, 2.10g, m.m. cross calvary, second bust, rev. garnished square topped shield, crown above (N.2181; S.2711; Schneider 225), a few tiny surface marks, quite pleasing, very fine

£400-600

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrowns (2), Tower, type 2a, 14.65g, m.m. plume, King on horse left, plume on head, cross on housing, rev. oval garnished shield, C R divided by lis above type 4, 15.40g, m.m. triangle in circle, King on foreshortened horse left, rev. oval garnished shield, Sixpence, type 3a, 3.03g, m.m. crown, no inner circles, Halfgroat, type 3a1, 1.04g, m.m. crown no inner circles (N.2205, 2214, 2241, 2257; S.2769, 2779, 2813, 2831), the first good fine, the second irregular, very fine, the third fine or better, the fourth very fine and attractively toned (4)

£150-200

Charles I (1625-49), Shillings (3), A2/1, 5.73g, m.m. lis, G2/2, 6.42g, m.m. sun, Aberystwyth (1638/9-42), 5.66g, m.m. book, large bust left, large plume before, large XII, rev. large shield, plume above (N.2216, 2232, 2331; S.2782, 2800, 2883), near fine to very fine, the second attractively toned and heavy, the last rare (3)

£300-400

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1262

1262

1263

1263

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, 5.92g, Tower, G1/2, m.m. star, Briot bust left, rev. square topped shield (N.2231; S.2799), good fine, the reverse better

£50-70

Charles I (1625-49), Nicholas Briot’s coinage, 1631-39, Halfcrown, m.m anchor and B, King on horseback left, rev. crowned shield dividing crowned C-R (Brooker 724; N.2304; S.2858), good very fine

£800-1,000

1264 1264

1265

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, Oxford, 1642, 14.57g, m.m. plume/-, King on Shrewsbury horse left, plume in field behind, rev. declaration in two lines, three plumes with bands above, date below (N.2412; S.2953), nearly very fine

£350-500

Charles I (1625-49), Sixpence, 2.91g, Oxford, 1643, Aberystwyth die, rev. three Shrewsbury plumes, Groats (2), Oxford, 1645, 1.87g, large bust to bottom of coin, rev. two scrolls and OX monogram over declaration, Aberystwyth, 1.85g, m.m. book, small bust, Threepences (2), Oxford, 1.33g, m.m. lis, Rawlins’ die, rev. three lis over declaration, York, 1.34g, m.m. lion, crowned bust left, rev. square topped shield, EBOR above (N.2459, 2466, 2338, 2471, 2323; S.2981, 2988, 2893, 2994, 2877; the last, Besly dies 1C), fair to almost very fine, the first and last rare (5)

£300-500

1266 1266

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, 15.06g, Bristol, 1644, m.m. plume/BR, King on horseback left, plume in field behind, rev. declaration in two lines, three Bristol plumes above, date below (N.2489; S.3007), a scratch below the horse and deposits, good very fine/very fine

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Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, 5.56g, 1643, Bristol, m.m. plume/BR, Oxford bust left, rev. declaration in three lines, three Bristol plumes above, date below (Morrieson A-5v; N.2494; S.3012), very fine, very rare, the reverse die not known to Morrieson

£900-1,200

1268 1268

Charles I (1625-49), Crown, 26.81g, Exeter, 1645, m.m. tower, King on horseback left, rev. oval garnished shield (N.2561; S.3062; Besly dies D22), irregular, nearly very fine

£600-800

PROVENANCE:

R C Lockett, Glendining, 4-6 November 1958, lot 3508 Clonterbrook Trust, Glendining, 7 June 1974, lot 251

1269

1269

1270

1270

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, 4.23g, W/SA mints (probably Worcester), m.m. lis/helmet, crude crowned bust left, rev. oval garnished shield (N.2617; S.3110; Allen D15), clipped with a scratch across the bust, fine, very rare

£800-1,000

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, 10.64g, Chester (1644-45), m.m. prostrate gerb, King holding sword on horseback to left, rev. crowned oval garnished shield (Lyall a/I; N.2628; S.3131; Bull 578), clipped, good fine, the reverse better, rare, the hatching below the horse is due to clashed dies

£1,200-1,500

PROVENANCE:

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1272

1271

1271

1272

Charles I (1625-49), Halfcrown, 13.25g, Newark, 1646, C-R divided by crown, XXX below, rev. OBS:/NEWARK/1646 in three lines (N.2638; S.3140A), irregular, good fine

£600-800

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, 5.91g, Newark, 1646, C-R divided by crown, rev. OBS:/NEWARK/1646 in three lines (N.2640; S.3143), fine

£500-600

XII

below,

1273 1273

Charles I (1625-49), Shilling, 4.38g, Contemporary forgery, m.m. anchor, crowned bust left, rev. CHRISTO•AVSPICE•REGNO, square topped shield (Brooker 1202 this coin), nearly very fine, rare

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

J F Neck H Webb I, Sotheby, 9-14 July 1894, lot 576 H Montagu III, Sotheby, 16-20 November 1896, lot 410 R C Lockett, Glendining, 26-7 April 1960, lot 4241 J G Brooker

1274

1274

Commonwealth (1649-60), Unite, 8.98g, 1656, m.m. sun/-, shield of St George within wreath formed of a palm and laurel branch, rev. conjoined shields of St George and Ireland, mark of value above (N.2715; S.3208; Schneider 344), tiny digs by the A of ENGLAND, very fine, scarce

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1275 1275

Commonwealth (1649-60), Crown, 1652, 29.99g, m.m. sun/-, shield of St George within wreath of palm and laurel, rev. conjoined shields of St George and Ireland, mark of value above (N.2721; S.3214, ESC 4), surface flaws to both sides, very fine

1276 1276

1277

1278

1279

1280

1277

Commonwealth (1649-60), Halfcrown, 1653, 14.05g, m.m. sun/-, shield of St George within wreath of palm and laurel, rev. conjoined shields of St George and Ireland, mark of value above (N.2722; S.3215, ESC 28 (431)), general wear, nearly very fine

£300-400

Commonwealth (1649-60), Halfcrown, 1656, 12.84g, m.m. sun/-, shield of St George within wreath of palm and laurel, extra stop in TH•E•, rev. conjoined shields of St George and Ireland, mark of value above (N.2722; S.3215, ESC 28 (431)), clipped and slightly double struck, the detail soft, fine

£150-250

Commonwealth (1649-60), Shillings (2), 5.94g, 1652, 5.60g, 1653, m.m. sun/-, shield of St George within wreath of palm and laurel, rev. conjoined shields of St George and Ireland, mark of value above (N.2724; S.3217, ESC 103 (985), 124 (987)), the first weak in the centre, good fine, the second very fine (2)

£300-600

Commonwealth (1649-60), Sixpence, 2.98g, 1652, m.m. sun/-, shield of St George within wreath of palm and laurel, re-entered D in ENGLAND, rev. conjoined shields of St George and Ireland, mark of value above, Halfgroat, 0.80g, as above but no legends, Penny, 0.42g, ditto (N.2722, 2728, 2729; S.3219, 3221, 3222; ESC 189 (1486A), 224 (2160), 228 (2263)), the first with a slight crease, all toned and very fine or better, a nice group (3)

£350-500

Charles II (1660-85), Hammered coinage, Shilling, third issue, 5.92g, m.m. crown, inner circle and mark of value behind bust, rev. square topped shield, Groat, 1.94g, as above, Halfgroat, 0.99g, as above (N.2764, 2768, 2772; S.3322, 3324, 3326), all slightly weak on the face, the first and last fine or better, the second very fine (3)

£180-220

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£2,000-2,500


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1282

1281 1281

1283

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Henry II (1152-68), Denier, 0.69g, cross pattée, +HENRICVS rev. +AQVI/TANI/E in four lines (Elias 1; WF 2-1/a; S. 8001), about very fine

£80-100

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Henry II (1152-68), Obole, 0.32g, cross pattée, +(h)ENRICVS, annulet in first and fourth quarters, rev. REX across field, M above, cross pattée below (Elias 3; WF 4; S.8003), very fine

£160-180

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Eleanor (after 1185), Denier, 0.93g, two cross pattée, M above, A below, +DVCISIT, rev. +AGVITANIE, cross pattée (Elias 11b; WF 9A-1/a; S. 8011), very fine

£100-140

REX,

1282

1283

The meaning of DVCISIT on this coin has puzzled numismatists. It has been suggested that it derives from DVCIS[SA] IT[ERVM], meaning Duchess again. This would match the status of Eleanor either after 1185, when she was restored to her own dower or after 1189 when her restoration was made effective by the death of Henry II. Elias supported this dating on the basis of similarities in the lettering on these coins and an issue of Richard Coeur de Lion.

1285

1284 1284

1285

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward I (after accession to the English throne, 1272-1307), Denier au Lion, 0.81g, leopard passant to left, +EDVVARDVS REX, rev. +DVX AQVITANIE, cross pattée (Elias 15; WF 13-1/a; S. 8015), good fine

£180-200

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward I (after accession to the English throne, 1272-1307), Obole au Lion, 0.27g, leopard passant to left, +EDVVARDVS REX, rev. +DVX AQVITANIE, cross pattée (Elias 16; WF 14-1/a; S. 8016), nearly very fine but some weakness in legend

£300-400

1286 1286

1287

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Gros à la fleur de lis, 2.22g, cross pattée, lis in second quarter, +ED REX ANGLIE, rev. +DVX AQITANIE (Elias -; WF 65-1/a; S.8056), very fine but chipped and off centre, extremely rare

£1,800-2,000

This extremely rare type was not known to Elias. It is the prototype for the Bergerac gros a la fleur de lis (Elias 131; WF 303). This is only the third specimen to appear at auction. 1287

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Gros au Léopard Passant, 1.38g, cross pattée dividing inner legend only, +ED REX A[NG LI]E, rev. leopard passant to left, tressure of arches containing leaves around, +[D]VX: AQITANI[E] (Elias 59; WF 66-?/b; S. 8057), good fine No specimen in the Elias collection 55

£1,000-1,200


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1289

1289

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Gros au Châtel Aquitaine, 2.64g, cross within inner circle, legend in two bands around, inner band, +ED REX ANGLIE, Tower before ED, rev. Châtel Aquitaine, tressure of arches containing leaves around, +DVX AQITANIE (Elias 61b; WF 67B-2/c; S. 8058), good fine

£200-250

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Gros au Châtel Aquitaine, 1.87g, cross within inner circle, legend in two bands around, inner band, +ED REX ANGLIE, A and N on obv. and rev., rev. Châtel Aquitaine, tressure of arches containing leaves around, +DVX AQITANIE (Elias 61b; WF 67B-2/c; S. 8058), good fine

£250-300

A very rare subtype of a very scarce coin

1290 1290

1291

1291

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Gros à la Courone, 1.93g, cross within inner circle, legend in two bands around, inner band, +ED REX ANGLIE, rev. +DVX AQITANIE, annulet in crown and to left of crown (Elias -; WF 68C-1/a or b; S. 8059), about very fine

£400-500

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Gros à la Courone, 1.69g, cross within inner circle, legend in two bands around, inner band, +ED REX ANGLIE, rev. +DVX AQITANIE, annulet in crown, to left of crown and below initial cross on obverse (Ellias -; WF 68D-4/a; S.8059), about very fine

£400-500

No specimen in the Elias collection

1293

1292 1292

1293

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Gros Tournois au Léopard au-dessus, crescent type, 1.88g, cross within inner circle, legend in two bands around, inner band, +ED REX ANGLIE, rev. DVX AQITANIE, crescent between pellets in chattel (Elias 62h; WF 69E-1/a; S.8060), fine, a very rare subtype

£180-200

Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Black Money, Double au Léopard sous Couronne, 1.01g, leopard passant left surmounted by large crown, sexfoil below leopard, +ED REX ANGLIE, rev. +MONETA DVPLEX, cross pattée within inner circle, crown in two quarters (Elias 92c; WF 100E-2/b; S.8080), very fine

£120-150

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1294

1296

1295 Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-77), Black Money, Double, 1.14g, AGLE in two lines in centre with a wide omega above each line, +EDVVARDVS REX, rev. Latin cross with fleur-de-lis at the end of each upper arm within inner circle, +MONETA DVPLEX (Elias 124; WF 109-1/a; S.8087), good fine, extremely rare

1294

FRAE

£500-600

This coin is only the fourth specimen to be sold publicly, no specimen in the Elias collection 1295

1296

Anglo-Gallic, Bergerac, Henry Duke of Lancaster (1327-61, Duke from 1351), Gros au Léopard Couchant, BN DICTV SIT NOME DNI NRI DEII, in outer circle, EN DNS BRAGIE in inner circle, Latin cross cutting inner legend, rev. LANCAI IE DVX, crowned lion left (Elias 136; Elias, Bergerac, 10.6.1; S.8115), very fine

£1,500-2,000

Anglo-Gallic, Edward the Black Prince (1362-72), Demi-Gros, 2.09g, first issue, Limoges, half-length bearded bust right holding sword, L at end of legend, double rosette stops, rev. PRN CPS AQI TAN, long cross with pellets in angles (Elias 177 var.; WF 194-3/c; S. 8130), about very fine, rare

£170-200

1298

1297 1297

1298

1299

1300

Anglo-Gallic, Edward the Black Prince (1362-72), Sterling, 0.83g, second issue, Bordeaux, half-length bearded bust right holding sword, two pellets before legends on obverse and reverse, rev. PRN CPS AQI TAN, long-cross dividing legend, three pellets in each angle (Elias 188; WF 206-2/b; S. 8133), very fine

£300-350

Anglo-Gallic, Edward the Black Prince (1362-72), Sterling, 0.78g, second issue, Figeac, half-length bearded bust right holding sword, F at end of legend on obverse, two pellets before legend, rev. PRN CPS AQI TAN, long-cross dividing legend, three pellets in each angle (Elias 190 var.; WF 210-6/f; S. 8133), about fine

£200-250

This is one of the most difficult mints to obtain for a sterling of the Black Prince. Only about a dozen pieces are known to be sold in the last 25 years 1299

Anglo-Gallic, Edward the Black Prince (1362-72), Hardi d’argent, 1.05g, no mint mark, ED’.PO’:GIS.REGI.ANGE, half-length figure of Edward facing, holding sword in right hand and pointing with the left, rev. *PRN - CPS* - AQIT - ANIE, long cross pattée, lis in first and fourth quarters, leopard in second and third (S. 8134; Elias 208a; Dup. 1126; B. 513), edge slightly ragged, otherwise extremely fine

£100-1,500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, September 1966 Ex. Winstanley (with his ticket) 1300

Anglo-Gallic, Edward the Black Prince (1362-72), Black Money, Double Guyennois, 1.24g, Dax, AQVI TAIE in centre in two lines, large crown above, rev. +MONETA DVPLEX, AS ligate at end of reverse legend (Elias 210; WF 234; S. 8135), fair but extremely rare Only four specimens confirmed to be in private hands 57

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1302

1301 1301

1302

Anglo-Gallic, Edward the Black Prince (1362-72), Black Money, Denier, 0.85g, Bordeaux, cross within inner circle, lis and leopards in alternate angles, rev. +PRNCPS AQVITANIE, B at end of legend (Elias 218a; WF 261-1/a; S. 8139) good fine, extremely rare

£120-150

Anglo-Gallic, Richard II (1377-99), Black Money, Denier, 0.75g, cross within inner circle, lis and leopards in alternate angles, rev. +DOMINVS AQITANIE, cross pattée within inner circle (Elias 229; WF 276A; S. 8144), good fine, edge a little ragged, very rare

£100-130

1303 1303

1304

1304

Anglo-Gallic, Bergerac, Henry, Earl of Lancaster (1347-61), Gros à la Couronne, 1.89g, small cross within inner circle, rev. +DNS BRAGAIRA, crown in centre with annulet in crown, to left of crown and below initial cross on obv. (Elias 130 var.; WF 306F-6/b; S. 8108), fine, rare type and very rare subtype, no example in the Elias collection

£1,000-1,200

Anglo-Gallic, Bergerac, Henry, Earl of Lancaster (1347-61), Double, 1.51g, Bergerac, LANC COME in two lines across field, omega above each line, rev. +MONETA DVPLEX, latin cross with three upper arms ending in fleur-de-lis (Elias 132 bis; WF 310; S. 8112), fine, extremely rare

£1,800-2,000

1305 1305

1306

1306

Anglo Gallic, Henry VI (1422-61), Salut d’or, 3.46g, Paris, half length figures of the Virgin Mary and angel Gabriel, AVE on scroll between, French and English royal arms below, rev. Latin cross, h below, lis and lion at sides (S.8164), scrapes on the left obverse and weak at the bottom of the reverse, very fine

£600-800

Anglo Gallic, Henry VI (1422-61), Salut d’or, 3.48g, Amiens, half length figures of the Virgin Mary and angel Gabriel, AVE on scroll between, French and English royal arms below, rev. Latin cross, h below, lis and lion at sides (S.8164), soft in parts, good fine to nearly very fine

£300-500

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Anglo-Gallic, Henry VI (1422-61), Grand blanc aux écus, 3.22g, m.m leopard, HERICVS, above Latin cross, lis to left, leopard passant to right, rev. HERICVS, below coatsof-arms of France and England, good fine, with Edward the Black Prince, as Prince of Aquitaine (1362-72), Hardi d’argent, 1.08g, half-length figure of Edward facing, rev. long cross, lis in first and fourth angle, leopard in second and third, small edge chips at 5 and at 10 o’clock, good fine (2)

1308 1308

1309

£180-200

1309

Anglo-Gallic, Henry VI (1422-61), Grand Blanc aux écus, 3.21g, Rouen, hØERICVS above French and English Royal Arms, rev. Latin cross, lis and lion at sides, hØERICVS below (S. 8166), weak on and around the English shield, otherwise virtually as struck, extremely fine

£200-300

Anglo-Gallic, Henry VI (1422-53), Grand Blanc aux écus, 2.46g, Saint-Quentin, m.m. spur rowel, shields of France and England, rev. latin cross with lis and leopard at sides, HERICVS below (Elias 289a; WF 408C-1/a; S. 8166), about very fine

£150-180

A very rare mint and an extremely rare subtype with the pellet below the I on the obverse

1311

1310 1310

1311

Anglo-Gallic, Henry VI (1422-53), Maille Tournois, 0.76g, Rouen, pellet below C of HENRICVS and CIVIS, leopard passant left, cross pattée above, rev. OBOLOS CIVIS, fleur-delis, cross pattée above (Elias 317; WF 445-1/a; S. 8173), about fine

£60-80

Anglo-Gallic, Edward I (1272-1307), Obole au léopard, 0.44g, AGL across between two lines, leopard left above, rev. cross pattée, E in first angle, within inner circle (Elias 21; WF 17-1a; S.8019), about very fine, edge a little ragged

£120-150

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1312 1312

1313

1314

Anglo-Gallic, Edward II (1307-27), Obole au léopard, 0.35g, leopard passant to left, M B below, rev. cross pattée within inner circle, crown in second angle (Elias 110a; WF 26C-2b; S.8029), about very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Ex McCarthy collection, CNG, May 1, 1997, lot 3080 A rare type but very rare subtype with crown in second angle. The mb denier and obole types have been reassigned from Edward III to Edward II based on hoard evidence. See: Galata p. 37 and 192 - Sauternes Hoard; and Marc Bompaire “Datation de deux monnaies d’Edouard II duc d’Aquitaine grâce à deux trovailles” for Saint-Pierre des Cuisines de Toulouse Hoard. 1313

1314

Anglo-Gallic, Edward III (1327-77), Denier au Léopard, 0.92g, leopard passant left, B above, O below, rev. cross pattée within inner circle (Elias 103; WF 123-2a; S.8092), about extremely fine, and perhaps the best specimen to appear to date in public auction

£300-400

Anglo-Gallic, Henry IV-VI (1399-1453), Hardi d’Argent, 1.07g, half-length crowned bust facing, holding sword in right hand and raising left, beneath canopy, pellet above crown, rev. FRA CIE DNS AQI, long cross dividing legend, leopards and lis in angles (Elias 233; WF 282B-9a; S.8147) very fine, a very scarce reverse legend

£120-150

1315 1316 1315

Anglo-Gallic, Henry IV-VI (1399-1453), Denier au genet, 0.68g, Broom branch within inner circle, rev. cross pattée, lis and leopards in angles (Elias 239; WF 292A; S.8151) heavy gray patination, discernible types, fair-fine for type

1317

£140-180

These coins are extremely rare and typically poorly preserved. 1316

Anglo-Gallic, Henry V (1415-22), Florette, 3.076g, third issue, Rouen, HENRICVS: FRANCORV: REX:, crown with lion supporters above three fleurs-de-lis, rev. SIT: NOME: DNI: BENEDICTV, cross fleury, crown and lion in first and third angles, H in centre (E.248; Laf.4396; S.8158), good very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, June 1981 1317

Anglo-Gallic, Henry V (1413-22), Florette, 2.23g, Fourth issue, 16 June 1420, Rouen, crown over three fleur-de-lis supported by leopard rampant either side, rev. croix fleur-delisée, crown in first angle, leopard in fouth angle. Annulet under first letters of legends on obverse and reverse (Elias 249a; WF 365B-2/a; S.8159), good very fine with attractive tone

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1319

Anglo-Gallic, Henry V (1413-22), Contemporary counterfeit of a Niquet, 1.49g, crowned leopard passant left within inner circle, rev. Cross pattée, H at center within inner circle (cf. Elias 260a; WF 372-1/a) very fine

1320

£60-80

See Galata, p.162 and J.P. Garnier “Niquets d’Henri V: fausses varieties, mais vai faux d’epoque,” BSFN, Feb. 1993, p.490-492. All known specimens are from a single pair of dies. 1319

1320

Anglo-Gallic, Henry VI (1422-53), Petit Blanc, Rouen, 1.53g, Royal arms of France and England, rev. Latin cross dividing H and R within inner circle (Elias 297; WF 415; S.8167), very fine, toned

£200-250

Anglo-Gallic, Henry VI (1422-53), Black Money, Denier Tournois, 0.92g, Troyes, Fleur-de-lis and leopard left within inner circle, rev. Cross pattée within inner circle (Elias 316; WF 437-1a; S.8172), about very fine for type, a very scarce mint

£250-300

SCOTTISH COINS

1321 1321

Scotland, Alexander III (1280-86), Penny, Second coinage, after 1280, rev. REX (S.5054), very fine, with a David II Groat of Edinburgh, cracked and repaired, and an Irish Penny of John, Dublin, Roberd (S.6228), good fine (3)

SCOTORVM

£100-120

1322 1322

Scotland, Mary (1553-58), First period, 1542-58 (before marriage), Testoon, 6.12g, 1556, +MARIA DEI G SCOTOR REGINA 1556, small high arched crown over shield dividing M-R, annulet below each letter, rev. +IN VIRTVTE TVA LIBERA ME 1556, large cross potent, small cross in angles (S.5404), extremely fine, practically as struck, rare PROVENANCE:

J G Murdoch, Sotheby, 11-13 May 2003, lot 194 St James’s auction 12, 5 November 2009, lot 684 61

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1323

1323 (x2)

1323

Scotland, James VI (1567-1625), Ten-Shillings, 7.70g, 1582, IACOBVS 6. DEI. GRATIA. REX. SCOTORVM, crowned and armored bust left, holding sword, rev. HONOR. REGIS. IVDICIVM. DILIGIT. 1582, crowned royal coat-of-arms dividing I-R and X-S (value) across field (S.5490), good very fine, above average for this issue, an attractive coin with a very good portrait PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction 12, 5 November 2009, lot 686

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1324 (x2)

1324

Scotland, Charles I (1625-49), Unit, 9.78g, Third (Briot’s) Coinage, crowned King right with orb and sceptre, legend ends with thistle and B, rev. HIS•PRÆSVM•PROSIM• around crowned square topped shield dividing crowned C and R (S.5531), very fine

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IRISH COINS

1325 1325 (x2) 1325

Harthacnut, Penny, 1.06g, Scandinavian imitation in the style of a Hiberno-Norse long cross, Lund mint, +HARDÐA CVNVC, bare bust left to base of coin, rev. +ÐORCETL ON LV, long cross, each limb ending in three semicircles, a pellet in centre (cf. S.6103), crude, peck marks to the reverse, very fine, extremely rare

£1,000-1,500

1326 1326 (x2) 1326

Hiberno-Norse, Thymn (c.995-1020), Penny, 1.31g, Imitating Sigtuna mint signature, +DYMN ROE+MNEGNI, bare head left, rev. +FÆMIEMN M•O SEDI, voided long cross, a pellet in one quarter (S.6109), practically as struck, a tiny mark to the cheek and one quarter, extremely fine, extremely rare

1327

£2,500-3,000

1328 1328 (x2)

1327

1328

Hiberno-Norse, imitation Penny in the name of Aethelred (978-1016), Helmet type, 0.92g, Dublin, Faremin, armoured bust left with radiate helmet, rev. +[ ]REMIN MO DYFLI, long cross voided, each limb terminating in three crescents over square with trefoil at each point (S.6115), perforated in a few places and cracked, otherwise very fine and very rare

£400-500

Hiberno-Norse, Sihtric Anlafsson (c.995-1020), Penny, imitation of Ethelred II, Last Small Cross (c.1010-16), 1.25g, Dublin, + SIHTRC REX DYFLI, diademed head left, rev. +IIDREMIN MO DYFLN, small cross pattée at centre (S.6117), a repaired crack from the edge to the inner circle above the bust and tiny perforation by the nose, otherwise, little wear and good very fine

£1,200-1,500

PROVENANCE:

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Hiberno-Norse, Sihtric Anlafsson (c.995-1020), Penny, 1.06g, Aethelred last small cross imitation, Dublin, +SIHTRC RE+DYFLN MO, diademed bust left, rev. DIÐOAN O LVNDI, small cross pattée in centre (S.6118), a bold very fine, very rare

£1,500-2,000

1330 1330 (x2)

1330

Hiberno-Norse, Sihtric Anlafsson (c.1015- 35), Penny, 1.53g, Dublin, +SIHTRC bare head left, rev. +FÆREMIN M•O DYFLI, voided long cross, a pellet in each quarter (S.6122), practically as struck, extremely fine

RE+DYFLNI+,

1331

£1,000-1,500

1332 1331 (x2)

1331

x1332

Hiberno-Norse, ‘Scratched-Die’ Coins (c.1060-65), Penny, 0.56g, Dublin, facing bust similar to Edward the Confessor type, rev. voided long cross, a symbol in each quarter, the legend mostly composed of vertical strokes joined by ascending or decending crossbars (S.6136), practically as struck, but extremely weak on the obverse, the reverse better, extremely fine

£1,200-1,500

Ireland, Henry III (1216-72), Penny, 1.35g, hENRI/CVSR/EXIII, facing crowned head in single triangle, cinquefoil to right, rev. RIC ARD OND IVE, voided long cross pommée, pellets in angles (S.6240), reverse scratch, very fine

£80-100

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1333 1334 1333

x1334

Ireland, Edward I (1272-1307), Penny, 1.41g, Dublin, type Ib, pellet before Edward, facing bust in triangle, rev. CIVI TAS DUBL INIE, long cross pattée, three pellets in each angle (S.6247; Stewartby p.182 Ib), dark tone, nearly very fine Ireland, James I (1603-25), Shilling, 4.41g, m.m. rose, third bust right, rev. etc, crowned harp (S.6515), weak centres, fine to nearly very fine

1335

x1335

1336

£80-100

HENRICVS

£60-80

1336

Ireland, James I (1603-25), Sixpence, 2.22g, m.m. rose, MAG BRIT, first bust right, rev. TVEATVR etc, crowned harp (S.6517), attractively toned, good fine

£100-120

Ireland, Charles II (1660-85), Halfpenny, 1680, laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned harp, large lettering (DF 351; S.6574), fine

£50-60

PROVENANCE:

Bought from Seaby, 1968, 80/-

1337 1337

x1338

1339

1340

1338

Ireland, Charles II (1660-85), Halfpenny, 1681, bust right, large lettering, rev. crowned harp dividing date (S.6574), slightly porous surfaces, good fine, the reverse a little better

£70-90

Ireland, Charles II (1660-85), Halfpenny, 1683, bust right, rev. crowned harp dividing date (S.6575), irregular and corroded surfaces, fine, the reverse better

£40-50

Ireland, James II (1685-91), Halfpennies (2), 1685, 1686, laureate draped bust left, rev. crowned harp (DF 361; S.6576), very fine and fine (2)

£120-180

Ireland, William & Mary (1689-94), Halfpennies (2), 1692, unbarred As in GRATIA, 1693, conjoined busts right, rev. crowned harp (DF 495, 496; S.6597), about very fine, first rare (2)

£180-200

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1342

1343

1342

1343

Ireland, William & Mary (1689-94), Halfpenny, 1693, conjoined busts right, grained edge, rev. crowned harp dividing date (S.6597), good very fine

£120-150

Ireland, George II (1727-60), Farthing, 1760, laureate bust left with older features, rev. crowned harp dividing date (S.6611), toned, good very fine

£80-100

Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1775, proof, laureate bust right, rev. crowned harp dividing date (S.6614), a small spot behind the head, otherwise as struck, aFDC

£400-600

1344 x1344

1345

Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Six Shillings Bank of Ireland Token, 1804, draped and laureate bust right, leaf points to right of E, rev. BANK OF IRELAND TOKEN, Hibernia seated left, date, SIX SHILLINGS in exergue (S.6615), proof-like fields with a few minor hairlines, good very fine

£400-500

Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Bank of Ireland, 10-Pence, 1805 (2), 1813 (2), 5Pence, 1805, laureate and draped bust right rev. legend (S.6617, 6618, 6619), good very fine or better (6)

£120-150

1346 1346

1347

Ireland, George IV (1820-30), Penny, 1823, copper proof, draped and laureate bust left, rev. crowned harp, HIBERNIA above, date below (S.6623), practically as struck, aFDC

£500-600

Ireland, George V (1910-36), 1928, Penny, Halfpenny, Farthing (S.6630, 6631, 6632), good very fine to extremely fine (3)

£20-25

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COINS OF THE ISLE OF MAN AND THE CHANNEL ISLANDS

1349

1348 x1348

1349

Isle of Man, James Stanley, Tenth Earl of Derby (1702-36), Halfpenny, 1709, •SANS•CHANGER•, the Stanley crest, eagle and child on Cap of Maintenance, date below, flower stops, rev. QVOCVNQUE•GESSERIS•STABIT•, triskelis (S.7401), fine

£60-80

Isle of Man, James Stanley, Tenth Earl of Derby (1702-36), Halfpenny, 1733, Stanley crest, rev. triskelion (Pr.29; S.7409), a small spot of verdigris on reverse, good very fine, with some lustre

£80-100

1350 x1350

x1351

1351

Isle of Man, James Murray, Second Duke of Atholl (1736-75), Halfpenny, 1758, AD monogram, coronet above, date below, rev. triskelion (Prid.15; S.7411), in PCGS holder graded MS62RB

£350-400

Isle of Man, James Murray, Second Duke of Atholl (1736-75), Florry restrike (c.1780), Penny, 1758, AD monogram surmounted by ducal coronet, rev. QUOCUNQUE•JECERIS•STABIT•, triskelis (S.7411), the reverse from very rusted dies, very fine

£50-60

cf.Standard Catalogue p.245 regarding restrikes

1352

1352

1353

1353

Isle of Man, George III (1760-1820), Penny, 1760, laureate bust right, date below, edge milled, rev. QVOCVNQVE IECERIS•STABIT, triskelis (S.7414), a trace of friction, extremely fine, the reverse better

£150-200

Isle of Man, George III (1760-1820), Penny, 1786, laureate bust right, date below, edge milled, rev. QVOCVNQVE IECERIS•STABIT, triskelis (S.7413), light friction to a few points, extremely fine

£250-300

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Isle of Man, Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1839, filleted head left, date below, rev. QVOCVNQVE IECERIS•STABIT, triskelis (S.7417), light friction to the hair, prooflike fields, extremely fine

1356

1355 1355

Isle of Man, Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1839, filleted head left, date below, rev. triskelis (S.7418), friction to the hair, nearly extremely fine

£80-100

Isle of Man, Victoria (1837-1901), Farthing, 1839, filleted head left, date below, rev. QVOCVNQVE IECERIS STABIT, triskelis (S.7419), a trace of friction to the hair, good extremely fine

£100-120

Guernsey, Victoria (1837-1901), 8-Doubles (2), 1858, one with five berries to the left and one with four berries to the left, 2-Doubles, 1858 (Pr.2, 3, 36; S.7203, 7204), first good very fine, others better (3)

£200-250

QVOCVNQUE IECERIS STABIT,

1356

1357

£120-160

PROVENANCE:

8-Doubles, 1858, from Seaby, 1969, £5 4-Doubles, 1858, from Seaby, 1972, £6 1358

1359

Guernsey, Edward VII (1901-10), 8-Doubles, 1902H, 4-Doubles (2), 1902H, 1903H, 2-Doubles (5), 1902H, 1903H, 1906H, 1908H, Double (2), 1902H, 1903H (Pr.22, 44, 45, 62, 63, 65, 79, 80; S.7210, 7211, 7212, 7213), extremely fine - uncirculated, most with lustre (10)

£100-120

Guernsey, George V (1910-36), 8-Doubles (3), 1920, 1934, 4-Doubles (4), 1918, 1920, 2-Doubles (3), 1918H, 1920, Double (3), 1929, 1933 (S.7214A, 7215A, 7216A, 7217A), very fine - uncirculated (14)

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

2-Doubles, 1918H (£5) and 1920H, and 8-Doubles, 1920H and 1934H, from Seaby, 1969 8-Doubles, 1934, 4-Doubles, 1918H (£3.50), from Seaby, 1971 Double, 1933H, from Seaby, 1978 1360

1361

Jersey, Victoria (1837-1901), 1⁄12-Shillings (4), 1877H (2), one extremely fine with lustre, other good very fine, 1881, very fine, 1894, good extremely fine with lustre, 1⁄24-Shilling (2), 1877H, 1894, both extremely fine, 1⁄48-Shilling, 1877H, very fine (S.7006, 7007, 7008) (7)

£100-140

Jersey, Victoria (1838-1901), 1⁄26-Shillings (2), 1844, 1851, 1⁄13-Shillings (2), 1844, 1851 (S.7001, 7002), about extremely fine or better (4)

£180-200

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BRITISH TOKENS AND MEDALS

1362 1362

George III (1760-1820), Token, 1797, bronzed, British Commercial Penny, laureate bust right, hair over shoulder, rev. Britannia seated left on cannon, holding olive branch (D&H 7), practically as struck, uncirculated

£200-300

1363

18th Century Tokens (12), all different, very fine or better (12)

£100-150

1364

18th Century Tokens (13), all different, very fine or better (13)

£100-150

1365

18th and 19th Century Tokens (15), all different, very fine or better (15)

£100-150

1366

Nineteenth Century White Metal Medals (12), including Death of Frederick Duke of York, 1827, Death of George IV, 1830, Cambridge University, Installation of the Duke of Northumberland as Chancellor 1842, Death of the Duke of Wellington, 1852, Cambridge University, Installation of the Duke of Devonshire as Chancellor, 1862 (BHM 1278, 1376, 2056, 2480, 2713), very fine and better (12)

£150-250

Miscellaneous bronze and other base metal medals, tokens and jetons (37), mostly 19th and 20th centuries but a few earlier, including Maria Theresia, Æ commemorating the War of the Austrian Succession, 1742 (Montenuevo 1746), very fine and better (37)

£200-300

Miscellaneous 19th and 20th century medals (14), including silver prize medals (2), Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, dated 1869, British Sea Anglers’ Society, undated, very fine and better, with small silver medals, 17mm (12), depicting English Cathedrals and Abbeys, very fine and better (26)

£100-150

1367

1368

BRITISH MILLED COINS 1369

Oliver Cromwell (1653-58), Crown, 1658/7, draped and laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield of the Protectorate (S.3226; ESC 240 (10)) the flaw mostly removed, fine

1371

1370 1370

1371

Oliver Cromwell (1653-58), Halfcrown, 1658, draped and laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield of the Protectorate (S.3227A; ESC 252 (447)) fine, the reverse slightly better

£800-1,000

Oliver Cromwell (1653-58), Shilling, 1658, draped and laureate bust left, rev. crowned shield of the Protectorate (S.3228; ESC 254 (1005)) good fine

£600-800

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Charles II (1660-85), Guinea, 1677, fourth laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, retrograde 1 in date, Half-Guinea, 1676, second laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles (S.3344, 3348), both fine (2)

£600-800

1373 1373

1374

1375

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1662, first draped bust right, rose below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, interlinked Cs in angles, garter at centre (S.3350; ESC 339 (15)), good fine

£250-350

Charles II (1660-85), Crowns (2), 1662, rose below bust, 1664 XVI (S.3350, 2255), fine (2)

£200-300

Charles II (1660-85), Crowns (2), 1671, V•TERTIO edge, second draped bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, interlinked Cs in angles, garter at centre, 1676, V•OCTAVO edge, third draped bust, rev. as above (S.3357, 3358; ESC 382 (42), 397 (51)), the first has BR cut over an uncertain character, near fine, the second very fine but with inclusions in the flan from poorly mixed alloy (2)

£400-600

1377

1376

1376

1377

1378

Charles II (1660-85), Crown, 1666, VIII edge, second draped bust right, elephant below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, interlinked Cs in angles, garter at centre (S.3356; ESC 368 (33)), a small flaw on the reverse, good fine

£800-1,000

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1670, V•SECUNDO edge, third draped bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, interlinked Cs in angles, garter at centre (S.3365; ESC 453 (467)), toned, nearly very fine

£300-400

Charles II (1660-85), Halfcrown, 1671/0, V•TERTIO edge, third draped bust variety right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, interlinked Cs in angles, garter at centre, Shilling, 1683, fourth bust, as above (S.3366, 3381; ESC 458 (469), 558 (1065)), the first fine, the second mediocre but rare (2)

£150-200

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1379 1379

1380

Charles II (1660-85), Shilling, 1663, first bust variety, draped bust right, rev. cruciform crowned shields, interlinked Cs in angles, garter at centre (S.3372; ESC 506 (1025)), pleasantly toned, very fine

£250-350

Charles II (1660-85), Sixpences (2), 1677, 1684, draped bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, interlinked Cs in angles, garter at centre (S.3382; ESC 571 (1516), 581 (1524)), the first almost very fine, the second fine (2)

£150-200

1382

1381

1381

1382

James II (1685-88), Guinea, 1687, second laureate bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3402; Schneider 457), a scrape behind and through the back of the head, otherwise almost very fine

£1,000-1,500

James II (1685-88), Half-Guinea, 1686, second laureate bust left, elephant and castle below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles (S.3405; Schneider 459), possibly previously mounted with only a bare trace of edge milling remaining and the weight slightly deficient, fine and rare

£300-500

1383

1383

James II (1685-88), Crown, 1688/7, QVARTO edge, second draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, garter at centre (S.3407; ESC 747 (81)), adjustment marks to the hair and French crown, nearly good very fine with golden tones

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1384 1384

James II (1685-88), Halfcrowns (2), 1685, first bust, PRIMO edge, 1687, second draped bust, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, garter at centre (S.3408, 3409; ESC 748 (393), 756 (500)), the first obverse legend with traces of undertype, possibly from a previous die, fair or better, the second toned, almost very fine (2)

1386

1385

1385

1386

£400-500

James II (1685-88), Shilling, 6.00g, 1688, draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, garter at centre, Sixpence, 1688, rev. as above (S.3410, 3412; ESC 771 (1073), 780 (1528)), the first is high grade but appears to have been chemically cleaned with porous surfaces, this better than very fine, the second, toned, nearly very fine, with graffiti in one angle (2)

£300-500

William & Mary (1688-94), Guinea, 1694, conjoined busts right, rev. crowned shield of arms, lion of Nassau at centre, Half-Guinea, 1691, conjoined busts right, rev. crowned shield of arms, lion of Nassau at centre (S.3426, 3430; Schneider 473, 476), the first almost fine, but ex-mount, a dig in the centre of the busts and made round, the second with a cut before the busts, but otherwise almost very fine (2)

£900-1,200

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1387 1387

1388

1389

1388

William & Mary (1688-94), Crown, 1692, QVARTO edge, conjoined busts right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, WM monograms in angles, lion of Nassau at centre (S.3433; ESC 822 (83)), wear to the hair, nearly very fine with peripheral toning

£1,000-1,500

William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1696, OCTAVO edge, first laureate and draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, first harp with six strings (ESC 89; S.3470), die crack at top on obverse and signs of die rust on reverse, nearly extremely fine

£800-1,000

William & Mary (1688-94), Halfcrown, 1689, first conjoined busts, rev. crowned square topped second shield with first and fourth quarters both having the English and French arms, crown with frosted caul and pearls, Sixpence, 1693, rev. crowned shields cruciform, WM monograms in angles, lion of Nassau at centre (S.3435, 3438; ESC 839 (510), 869 (1529)), wear to the hair on the first, this nearly very fine with peripheral toning, the second fine (2)

£200-300

1390 1390

William & Mary (1688-94), Shilling, 1693, conjoined busts right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, WM monograms in angles, lion of Nassau at centre, no stop after REGINA (S.3437; ESC 868 (1076)), wear to the hair with light scratches, about very fine and rare

£300-400

1391 1391

William III (1694-1702), Five-Guineas, 43.53g, 1701, ‘fine work’, bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles (S.3456), mounted on a hanger for suspension, good very fine WWW.SPINK.COM

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1393

1392 1392

1393

William III (1694-1702), Guinea, 1695, laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, small lis in French shield, sceptres in angles, lion of Nassau at centre, HalfGuinea, 1695, conjoined busts right, rev. crowned shield of arms, lion of Nassau at centre (S.3458, 3466; Schneider 483, 514), the first fine, the second previously mounted, nearly fine (2)

£500-600

William III (1694-1702), Half-Guinea, 1698, laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, lion of Nassau at centre (S.3468; Schneider 518), scratches and pitting to the bust, very fine

£400-600

1394 1394

William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1695, SEPTIMO edge with cinquefoil stops, first draped and laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, lion of Nassau at centre (S.3470; ESC 990 (86)), light flecking, good very fine

£400-500

1395 1395

William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1695 SEPTIMO edge, first draped bust right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, cinquefoils on edge (ESC 86 - edge variety not listed; ESC (2015) 990; S.3470), cleaned, very fine

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1396 1396

1397

1398

1399

1400

William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1696 OCTAVO edge, third bust (ESC 94; S.3472), some marks on reverse, fine, Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1708/7, SEPTIMO edge, E below bust (ESC 107; S.3600), fair (2)

£200-250

William III (1694-1702), Crowns (2), 1696, OCTAVO edge, third draped and laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, lion of Nassau at centre, 1700, DVODECIMO edge, third bust variety, rev. later harp in Irish shield (S.3472, 3474; ESC 995 (89), 1010 (97)), the first lightly toned, good fine, the second also good fine, but with light graffiti in the angles, dated December 13 1809 (2)

£200-300

William III (1694-1702), Halfcrowns (3), 1696B, OCTAVO edge, first bust right, B below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, lion of Nassau at centre, 1698, DECIMO, 1701, DECIMO TERTIO edge, rev. modified large shields (S.3482, 3494; ESC 1056 (524), 1034 (554), 1046 (564)), the first and third fine, the second fair (3)

£120-150

William III (1694-1702), Shillings (2), 1696, first bust, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, lion of Nassau at centre, 1700, fifth bust (S.3497, 3516; ESC 1104 (1078), 1150 (1121)), the first slightly double struck with scratches to the reverse, about very fine, the second good very fine, both bright (2)

£120-150

William III (1694-1702), Sixpences (3), 1696 (2), first bust right, one with D/G in DEI, rev. crowned shields cruciform, large crowns, early harp, plain angles, lion of Nassau at centre, 1697C, first bust, rev. small crowns, later harp (S.3520, 3533; ESC 1202 (1533), -, 1271 (1557)), the first two nearly very fine, the third very fine, the second an unrecorded error in any text and clear, this presumably very rare (3)

£140-180

1401 1401

Anne (1702-14), Two-Guineas, 16.61g, 1714/3, draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, Garter Star at centre (S.3569; Schneider -), minor contact marks and has been lightly cleaned, better than very fine WWW.SPINK.COM

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£350-500

1403 1404 1403

1404

Anne (1702-14), post-Union Guinea, 1713, third draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles (MCE 225; S.3574), metal flaws on obverse, otherwise very fine with light toning around the edges

£1,000-1,200

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1703, VIGO, TERTIO edge, draped bust left, rev. pre-Union shields, plain angles, Garter star at centre (S.3576; ESC 1340 (99)), dark tone from old cleaning, very fine

£800-1,000

1406

1405 1405

1406

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1706, QVINTO edge, draped bust left, rev. pre-Union shields, roses and plumes in angles, Garter star at centre (S.3576; ESC 1342 (101)), scratch behind the bust, nearly very fine, the reverse better, rare

£300-400

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1707, SEXTO edge, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC 102; S.3578), cleaned, very fine

£300-400

1407 1407

Anne (1702-14), Crown, 1707E, Edinburgh, SEXTO edge, draped bust left, rev. stop after ET, post-Union shields, plain angles, Garter star at centre (S.3576; ESC 1351 (103)), bright, very fine, the reverse better as usual 77

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1409

1410

1411

1412

1413

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrowns (2), 1703, VIGO, draped bust left, rev. pre-Union shields, plain angles, Garter star at centre, 1706, rev. roses and plumes in angles (S.3580, 3582; ESC 1358 (569), 1361 (572)), both good fine, the second reverse very fine but scratched (2)

£200-250

Anne (1702-14), Halfcrowns (3), 1708, 1708E, draped bust left, rev. post-Union shields, plain angles, Garter star at centre, 1710, edge with inverted A for V, rev. roses and plumes in angles (S.3604, 3605, 3607; ESC 1370 (577), 1382 (576), 1373 (581A)), the first nearly very fine but bright, the second with a local reverse die, fair, the third, good fine with a scratch through the bust, this rare (3)

£240-280

Anne (1702-14), Shillings (3), 1703, VIGO, rev. plain angles, 1705, rev. plumes in angles, 1709, third bust, rev. large 9 in date, plain angles (S.3586, 3588, 3610; ESC 1388 (1181), 1392 (1135), 1402 (1154)), the first scratched on the portrait, nearly very fine, the second toned, nearly very fine, both scarce, the third toned, good very fine, but old light graffiti in two reverse angles (3)

£300-400

Anne (1702-14), Shillings (3), 1707E, third bust, rev. flawed 0 in date, plain angles, 1711, fourth bust, rev. plain angles, 1713/2, rev. roses and plumes in angles (S.3612, 3618, 3617; ESC 1428 (1143ii), 1408 (1158), 1411 (1160)), the first with a weak bust as often seen, good fine, rare, the second toned, very fine, the third nearly fine, cleaned, scarce (3)

£200-250

Anne (1702-14), Sixpences (3), 1703, VIGO, rev. plain angles, 1705 (2), rev. plumes in angles, early shields, the second, rev. roses and plumes in angles (S.3590, 3592, 3594; ESC 1446 (1582), 1448 (1584), 1450 (1585)), the first with deposits in the reverse legend, nearly very fine, the second very fine, the third fine, the last scarce (3)

£180-240

Anne (1702-14), Sixpences (2), 1708E*, Edinburgh, rev. plain angles, local reverse die with Z type 1 in date, 7 strings to harp, 1711, rev. plain angles, large lis (S.3620, 3619; ESC 1446 (1582), - (1593)), the first not mentioned in the latest edition of ESC, good fine, rare, the second very fine, the reverse better (2)

£100-130

1414 1414 1415

1415

Anne (1702-14), Pattern Halfpenny, draped bust left, rev. rose and thistle on a single stem (P.730 2+D*), a spot in front of the neck, otherwise as struck, aFDC

£400-600

Anne (1702-14), Pattern Halfpenny, restrike by Bush c.1737-45, draped bust left, rev. Britannia seated left holding olive branch, crown above (P.731, 1*+C**), bust with extensive rust marks, lacquer in the reverse field above the olive branch, otherwise practically as struck, aFDC

£400-600

1416 1416 (x2) 1416

Anne (1702-14), Pattern Farthing, 1714, draped bust left, rev. Britannia seated left (P.741, 2+E), slight friction, extremely fine WWW.SPINK.COM

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1418

1419

1419

1418

George I (1714-27), Guinea, 1720, fourth laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, Garter Star at centre, large 20 in date (S.3631), fine/good fine

£400-600

George I (1714-27), Guinea, 1721, fourth laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, Garter Star at centre, large 20 in date (S.3631), minor hairlines and wear to the laurels, this very fine, the reverse good very fine

£1,000-1,200

George I (1714-27), Half-Guinea, 1719, first laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, Garter Star at centre (S.3635), contact marks on the cheek, good fine, the reverse very fine

£250-300

1420

1421 1420

1421

George I (1714-27), Quarter-Guinea, 1718, laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, Garter Star at centre (S.3635), very fine

£200-300

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1716, SECVNDO edge, draped laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles, Garter star at centre (S.3639; ESC 1540 (110)), a scratch to the reverse, otherwise toned, a bold very fine, scarce

£1,000-1,200

1422 1422

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1723, DECIMO edge, draped laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, SSC in angles, Garter star at centre (S.3640; ESC 1545 (114)), very fine, the reverse better, scarce

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1424

1425

George I (1714-27), Halfcrowns (2), 1720/17, SEXTO edge, draped laureate bust right, rev. roses and plumes in angles, Garter star at centre, 1723, rev. SSC in angles (S.3642, 3643; ESC 1555 (591), 1557 (592)), the first fine, the second good fine with minor hairlines, both scarce (2)

£400-500

George I (1714-27), Shillings (2), 1720, draped laureate bust right, rev. plain angles, Garter star at centre, 1723, first bust, rev. SSC in angles (S.3646, 3647; ESC 1572 (1168), 1586 (1176)), the first a dig in the obverse field and minor hairlines, almost very fine, the second very fine (2)

£120-150

George I (1714-27), Shillings (2), 1723, second bust right, rev. SSC in angles, Garter star at centre, 1725, second bust, rev. roses and plumes in angles (S.3648, 3649; ESC 1591 (1178), 1597 (1183)), the first very fine, the second nearly very fine (2)

£250-350

1426 1426

1427

1428

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1724, WCC, draped laureate bust right, WCC below, rev. alternate plumes and interlinked Cs in angles, Garter star at centre (S.3650; ESC 1595 (1182)), fine, rare

£400-600

George I (1714-27), Sixpences (2), 1717, bust right, rev. roses and plumes in angles, Garter star at centre, 1723/0, small lettering, rev. SSC in angles (S.3651, 3652; ESC 1609 (1597), 1613 (1601)), the first almost very fine, the second very fine, both rare (2)

£250-300

The second not listed in the standard catalogue x1428

George I (1714-27), Rosa Americana Penny, 1723, Wood’s Coinage, laureate bust right, rev. ROSA• AMERICANA• 1723 around crowned rose, UTILE• DULCI in cartouche below (KM.10), a flan flaw behind the head and at the corresponding point on the reverse, good fine, the reverse better

1429 1429

1430

1430

George II (1727-60), Two-Guineas, 16.62g, 1738, laureate bust left, rev. ornate shield with coat of arms, crown above (S.3667B; Schneider 569-72), minor contact marks and has been lightly cleaned, very fine to good very fine, the reverse protected by the dished flan

£1,000-1,200

George II (1727-60), Two-Guineas, 16.67g, 1738, laureate bust left, rev. ornate shield with coat of arms, crown above (S.3667B; Schneider 569-72), nearly very fine with a red tone

£600-800

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1432

1433

George II (1727-60), Guinea, 8.17g, 1738, laureate bust left, rev. ornate shield with coat of arms, crown above (S.3674; Schneider -), nearly fine

£300-350

George II (1727-60), Guinea (2), 1756, 1760, old laureate bust left, rev. ornate shield with coat of arms, crown above, Half-Guinea, 1755, old laureate bust left, rev. ornate shield with coat of arms, crown above (S.3680, 3685; Schneider 593, 594, 605), all polished, nearly fine (3)

£600-800

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1741, D. QVARTO edge, young draped laureate bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, roses in angles, Garter star at centre (S.3687; ESC 1666 (123)), nearly very fine

£300-500

1434 1434

George II (1727-60), Crown, 1746, LIMA, D.NONO edge, old draped laureate bust left, below, rev. crowned cruciform shields, plain angles, Garter star at centre (S.3689; ESC 1668 (125)), nearly very fine

£300-400

George II (1727-60), Halfcrowns (3), 1732, SEXTO edge, young draped laureate bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, roses and plumes in angles, Garter star at centre, 1739, DVODECIMO edge, rev. roses in angles, 1746/5, LIMA, D.NONO edge, old draped laureate bust left, LIMA below, rev. plain angles (S.3692, 3693, 3695A; ESC 1675 (596), 1679 (600), 1689 (607)), the first good fine or better, the second and third fine (3)

£280-320

LIMA

1435

1436 1436

George II (1727-60), Shilling, 1739, young draped laureate bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, roses in angles, Garter star at centre (S.3701; ESC 1716 (1201)), well struck, very fine, the reverse better 81

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1438

1439

1440

George II (1727-60), Shillings (2), 1745, LIMA, 1751, old draped laureate bust left, the first with LIMA below, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, Garter star at centre (S.3703, 3704; ESC 1724 (1205), 1733 (1212)), the first bright, very fine, the second with old toning, good fine and the most difficult date of the old head shillings by a wide margin, very rare (2)

£180-220

George III (1760-1820), Shillings (2), 1763, ‘Northumberland’ young laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plain angles, Garter star at centre, 1787, older laureate and draped bust, rev. shields cruciform with no semée of hearts in the Hanoverian shield, crowns in angles, Sixpences (2), 1787, one no hearts, one with hearts (S.3742, 3743, 3748, 3749; ESC 2124 (1214), 2125 (1215), 2187 (1626), 2190 (1629)), the first fair, the second fine, the third near very fine, the last very fine (4)

£150-180

George II (1727-60), Sixpences (5), 1728, young draped laureate bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles, Garter star at centre, 1728, rev. roses and plumes in angles, 1743, old bust, rev. roses in angles, 1746, LIMA, rev. plain angles, 1757, rev. plain angles, Penny, 1750, young head, rev. crown dividing date, mark of value below (S.3706, 3707, 3709, 3710A, 3711, 3715A; ESC 1738 (1605), 1740 (1606), 1752 (1614), 1757 (1618), 1762 (1622), 1831 (2342)), the first almost fine with a reverse die flaw, the second and sixth very fine, the third a bold very fine, the fourth nearly very fine with scuffs, the fifth fine (6)

£200-300

George III (1760-1820), Guinea (4), 1769, third laureate head, 1776, fourth laureate head, rev. ornate shield, crown above, 1790, 1794, fifth laureate head rev. spade shield, crown above (S.3727, 3728, 3729; Schneider -), the first and third ex-mount, the third cleaned, fine, the second better (4)

£800-1,200

1441 1441 1442

1443

1444

George III (1760-1820), Guinea, 1787, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned spadeshaped shield (MCE 391; S.3729), good very fine

£350-450

George III (1760-1820), Half-Guinea (3), 1764, second laureate head, 1778, fourth laureate head, rev. ornate shield, crown above, 1790, fifth laureate head, rev. spade shield, crown above (S.3732, 3734, 3735, Schneider -), the first cleaned, good fine, the second surface marks, very fine, the third fine (3)

£500-700

George III (1760-1820), Half-Guinea, 1801, sixth laureate head, rev. shield in Garter, date below, Quarter-Guinea,1762, laureate head, rev. ornate shield, crown above (S.3736, 3741; Schneider -, 627), the first cleaned, good, fine, the second creased, near fine (2)

£180-250

George III (1760-1820), Half-Guinea, 1804, seventh laureate head, rev. shield in garter, date below, Third-Guinea, 1809, second laureate head, rev. crown, date below (S.3737, 3740; Schneider -), the first cleaned, good, fine, the second nearly very fine with trivial marks (2)

£250-300

1445 1445 1446

George III (1760-1820), Quarter-Guinea, 1762, laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 463; S.3741) metal flaws on obverse, very fine

£250-300

George III (1760-1820), Third-Guinea (2), 1797, 1803, first laureate head rev. crown, first with date in legend, second with date below (S.3738, 3739; Schneider -, 625), the first, surface marks, the second an obverse rim marks, both very fine (2)

£300-500

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1447 1448 1447

George III (1760-1820), ‘Northumberland’ Shilling, 1763, young laureate and draped bust right (ESC 1214; S.3742), attractively toned, good extremely fine

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE: Rasmussen, list 3, Autumn 2002, no. 372

1448

1449

George III (1760-1820), Penny, 1805, bronzed pattern restrike by Taylor, draped and laureate bust right, rev. Britannia seated left holding olive branch, ship in front (P.1296), practically as struck, FDC, very scarce

£400-600

George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1771, Farthing, 1773, laureate and armoured bust right, rev. Britannia seated left (S.3774, 3775), very fine and good very fine (2)

£120-180

1450 1450

1451

1451

George III (1760-1820), Dollar, oval countermark on portrait type 8 Reales, 1793, Mexico, draped and laureate bust of Charles IV right, rev. pillars divided by crowned shield (S.3765A; ESC 1852 (129)), bright, host and countermark both a bold very fine

£200-300

George III (1760-1820), Dollar, oval countermark on portrait type 8 Reales, 1794, Mexico, draped and laureate bust of Charles IV right, rev. pillars divided by crowned shield (S.3765A; ESC 1852 (129)), attractively toned, host and countermark both good very fine

£400-600

1452 1452

George III (1760-1820), Half-Dollar, oval countermark on portrait type 4-Reales, 1796, Madrid, draped and laureate bust of Charles IV right, rev. crowned shield (S.3767; ESC 1875 (611)), host and countermark both very fine, scarce 83

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1454

1455

1456

1457

1458

1459

George III (1760-1820), Bank of England Dollar, 1804, draped and laureate bust right, top leaf to centre of E, rev. Britannia seated left within crowned oval (S.3768; ESC 1951 (164)), lightly toned with a few surface marks, better than very fine

£200-250

George III (1760-1820), Bank of England Dollar, 1804, cleaned, about very fine, Crowns (3), 1818, 1819, 8120, and George IV, Crowns (3), 1821, 1822 (2), good to fine (7)

£100-150

George III (1760-1820), Eighteen Pence (7), 1811, 1812, first draped and laureate bust in armour right, rev. BANK/TOKEN/1S. 6D in three lines, date below all within oak wreath, 1812, 1813, 1814, 1815, 1816, second laureate head right, rev. oak and laurel wreath (S.3771, 3772; ESC 2112 (969), 2114 (971), 2115 (972), 2119 (976), 2121 (977), 2122 (978), 2123 (979); D.61, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 69), the first two nearly very fine, the third extremely fine, last four good very fine or nearly so (7)

£300-350

George III (1760-1820), Three Shillings (2), 1811, 13.63g, this a contemporary silver plated copper forgery, 1812, 14.70g, first laureate head right, rev. BANK/TOKEN/3 SHILL. in three lines, date below, all within oak wreath (S.3770; cf.ESC 2079 (416), 2082 (421); cf.D.52, 57), both good very fine (2)

£100-150

George III (1760-1820), Three Shillings (2), 1812, 1813, second laureate head right, rev. BANK/TOKEN/3 SHILL. in three lines, date below, all within oak wreath (S.3770; ESC 2079 (416), 2082 (421); D.52, 57), both good very fine (2)

£120-150

George III (1760-1820), Three Shillings (2), 1814, 1815, second laureate head right, rev. BANK/TOKEN/3 SHILL. in three lines, date below, all within oak wreath (S.3770; ESC 2083 (422), 2084 (423); D.58, 59), the first good very fine, the second very fine (2)

£100-130

George III (1760-1820), Sovereign, 1820, closed 2, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon, Half-Sovereign, 1817, rev. crowned square topped shield (Marsh 4, 400; S.3785C, 3786), the first good fine, the second about fine (2)

£400-500

1460 1461 1460

1461

George III (1760-1820), Half-Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, date below rev. crowned shield (MCE 467; S.3786), very fine

£250-300

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1818, LVIII edge, laureate head right, signature below, rev. St. George and dragon within Garter (S.3787; ESC 2005 (211)), brilliant, prooflike, extremely fine

£500-600

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1463

1464

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1819, LX edge, laureate head right, signature below, rev. St George and dragon within Garter (S.3787; ESC 2013 (216)), lightly toned, good very fine

£250-300

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1817, small laureate head right, rev. crowned Garter and shield, Shilling, 1816, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield in Garter, Sixpence, 1816, as previous (S.3789, 3790, 3791; ESC 2096 (618), 2140 (1228), 2191 (1630)), the first with a reverse rim flaw, the first two nearly extremely fine, the last good very fine (3)

£200-250

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1817, large laureate head right, rev. crowned Garter and shield, (S.3788; ESC 2086 (613)), extremely fine

£300-400

1465 1465 1466

1467

George IV (1820-30), Two-Pounds, 1823, bare head left, rev. St George and dragon (S.3798), multiple tiny contact marks and couple larger ones, good very fine

£900-1,200

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1821, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon, Half-Sovereigns (2), first issue, 1821, rev. ornately garnished shield, crowned, second issue, 1824, plain, square topped shield, crowned (Marsh 5, 403 , 405; S.3800, 3802, 3803), the first approaching very fine, the second extremely fine and extremely rare (Marsh R5, 9-14 known), but has been cleaned and with mounting marks to both sides, the last fine (3)

£1,200-1,500

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign (3), 1826, 1829, 1830, bare head left, rev. crowned square topped shield, Half-Sovereign, 1828, extra tuft of hair to left of ear, rev. crowned square topped shield (Marsh 11, 14, 15, 409A; S.3801, 3804A), all about fine (4)

£800-1,000

1468 1468 1469

1469

George IV (1820-30), Half-Sovereign, 1827, rev. crowned square topped shield (Marsh 408; 3804), very fine with a red tone

£240-280

George IV (1820-30), Half-Sovereign, 1827, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished shield (MCE 487; S.3804), metal flaws on obverse, very fine

£250-300

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1470 1470

1471

1472

1473

1474

George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1821, SECUNDO, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon (ESC 246; S.3805), toned, nearly extremely fine PROVENANCE: Glendining, 29 April 2000, lot 405

£300-400

George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1821, SECUNDO edge, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon, date below (S.3805; ESC 2310 (246)), toned with a few hairlines, almost extremely fine

£300-400

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrowns (3), 1820, laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished shield, 1823, rev. crowned shield in Garter, 1826, bare head left, rev. crowned shield with crest (S.3807, 3808, 3809; ESC 2357 (628), 2365 (634), 2375 (646)), the first bright, good very fine, the second toned with a few obverse digs, good very fine/very fine, lightly toned, a bold very fine (3)

£300-400

George IV (1820-30), Shillings (3), 1821, laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished shield, 1824, rev. crowned shield in Garter, 1829, bare head left, rev. lion over crown (S.3810, 3811, 3812; ESC 2396 (1247), 2400 (1251), 2413 (1260)), all with surface marks, very fine or better (3)

£120-150

George IV (1820-30), Sixpences (4), 1821, 1825, 1826, bare head, 1828 (S.3813, 3814, 3815), the first bright, very fine or better (4)

£100-150

1475

1476 1476 (x2)

1475

1476

1477

George IV (1820-30), Half-Farthing, 1828, copper proof, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right emblems in exergue (S.3826; P.1446), aFDC, rare

£400-500

George IV (1820-30), Third-Farthing, 1827, copper proof, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right emblems in exergue (S.3826; P.1446), wear to the high points and the fields a little dull, extremely fine or slightly better, extremely rare

£200-300

William IV (1830-37), Sovereign, 1837, bare head right, rev. crowned shield, HalfSovereign, 1834, rev. crowned shield (Marsh 21; S.3801, 3830), fine, the second better (2)

£600-800

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1479

x1480

x1481

x1482

William IV (1830-37), Halfcrown, 1836, bare head right, WW in script on truncation, rev. shield on mantle, date below (S.3834; ESC 2482 (666)), toned with light friction, good very fine

£100-120

William IV (1830-37), Halfcrown, 1836, bare head right, rev. shield on mantle, Shilling 1834, rev. crown above value in two lines within wreath, Sixpence, 1834, rev. as previous, Groats (2), 1836, 1837, rev. Britannia seated right, Threehalfpence, 1835, rev. crown above value within wreath, Penny, 1832, as previous (S.3834, 3835, 3836, 3837, 3839, 3844), some bright, very fine to extremely fine (7)

£250-300

William IV (1830-37), Shilling, 1834, bare head right, rev. crowned mark of value within wreath, date below (S.3835; ESC 2489 (1468)), toned, good very fine

£80-100

William IV (1830-37), Shillings (2), 1836, bare head right, rev. crowned mark of value within wreath, date below (S.3835; ESC 2494 (1473)), both with surface marks and light friction, one the reverse better, toned, the second with letters scratched in the field above the crown, good very fine (2)

£180-220

William IV (1830-37), Sixpence, 1835, bare head right, rev. crowned mark of value within wreath, date below (S.3836; ESC 2508 (1676)), light friction, toned, good very fine or slightly better

£60-80

1483 1483

William IV (1830-37), Penny, 1831, bronzed proof, bare head right, rev. Britannia seated right, emblems in exergue (S.3845; P.1456), a small deposit in the exergue, otherwise practically as struck, aFDC, very rare

1484 1484

1485

£600-800

1485

William IV (1830-37), Half-Farthing, 1837, bare head right, rev. Britannia seated right, emblems in exergue (S.3849; P.1476), very fine, scarce

£150-180

William IV (1830-37), Third-Farthing, 1835, bare head right, rev. Britannia seated right, emblems in exergue (S.3850; P.1477), toned, uncirculated

£120-150

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Victoria (1837-1901), proof Five-Pounds, 1887, Jubilee bust left, rev. St George and dragon (S.3864), the usual few light hairlines otherwise brilliant uncirculated

£5,000-6,000

1487 1487

Victoria (1837-1901), Two-Pounds, 1887, Jubilee head crowned bust left, rev. St George and dragon (S.3798), light friction to the high points, about extremely fine

£700-900

1488

1488

1489

1490

1491

1492

Victoria (1837-1901), Two-Pounds, 1893, old veiled bust left, rev. St George and dragon (S.3798), light friction to the high points, nearly extremely fine

£1,000-1,200

Victoria (1837-1901), Sovereigns (2), 1847, first young head, rev. crowned shield, 1871, second young head, rev. die 28, crowned shield (Marsh 30, 55; S.3852, 3853B), the first very fine, the second extremely fine (2)

£500-700

Victoria (1837-1901), Sovereigns (2), 1885M, 1887M, Melbourne mint, second head, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 107, 109; S.3857C), the first very fine, the second impaired with polishing to the bust, otherwise extremely fine (2)

£350-450

Victoria (1837-1901), Sovereigns (3), 1887, Jubilee head left, rev. St George and dragon, old veiled head (2), 1900M, 1901S, St George and dragon (Marsh 125, 160, 170; S.3866, 3875, 3877), the first extremely fine, the second very fine, the third nearly very fine but with many marks (3)

£550-650

Victoria (1837-1901), Half-Sovereigns (2), 1855, first young head, rev. crowned shield, 1877, second young head, rev. die 60, crowned shield (Marsh 429, 452; S.3859, 3860D), the first very fine, the second with contact marks to the obverse, otherwise extremely fine (2)

£300-400

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Victoria (1837-1901), Half-Sovereigns (3), 1887, 1889S, Jubilee head (2), rev. crowned shield, both high, 1896, old veiled head, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 478, -, 491; S.3869, -, 3878), the first a bold very fine, the second fine/very fine, the last fine/almost very fine (3)

£280-320

1494 1494

Victoria (1837-1901), Crown, 1845, VIII edge, cinquefoil stops, young head left, rev. crowned shield within wreath (S.3882; ESC 2564 (282)), nearly extremely fine, but with small digs to the obverse

£600-800

1495 1495

1496

Victoria (1837-1901), Crown, 1847, UNDECIMO edge, Gothic bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, emblems in angles (S.3883; ESC 2571 (288)), dipped, extremely fine

£1,800-2,200

Victoria (1837-1901), Crowns (2), 1887, 1889, Jubilee head left, rev. St. George and dragon (S.3921; ESC 2585 (296), 2589 (299)), both dipped, extremely fine and better (2)

£160-200

1497 1497

Victoria (1837-1901), Crown, 1895, LVIII edge, old head left, rev. St. George and dragon (S.3937; ESC 2598 (309)), extremely fine

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x1499

1500

1501

1502

x1503

1504

Victoria (1837-1901), Double Florins (4), all 1887, Roman I (2), Arabic 1 (2), Jubilee head left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3922, 3923; ESC 2695 (394), 2697 (395)), one good very fine, otherwise extremely fine (4)

£150-200

Victoria (1837-1901), Double Florins (2), 1887, Roman I and Arabic 1, crowned Jubilee bust left, rev. crowned cruciform shields, sceptres in angles (S.3922, 3923; ESC 2695 (394), 2697 (395)), both attractively toned, one extremely fine, the other nearly so (2)

£90-120

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrown, 1840, young head left, rev. crowned shield within wreath (S.3887; ESC 2715 (673)), a little toning, extremely fine, scarce

£600-800

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrowns (2), 1844, 1875, young head left, rev. crowned shield within wreath (S.3888, 3889; ESC 2720 (677), 2745 (696)), good very fine or slightly better (2)

£300-400

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfcrowns (2), 1889, Jubilee head left, rev. crowned shield within garter, 1893, old head left, rev. crowned spade shield in collar, Shillings (3), 1888/7, small Jubilee head, rev. crowned shield within Garter, 1890, large Jubilee head, rev. as previous, 1897, old head, rev. three shields and emblems within Garter (S.3924, 3938, 3926, 3927, 3940A), the first good extremely fine, the second bright, the third good fine, otherwise good very fine or better, (5)

£180-220

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1838, first head left, WW on truncation, rev. crowned mark of value within wreath, date below, Threepence, 1886, third bust left, rev. crowned mark of value within wreath, date below (S.3902, 3914D ; ESC 2973 (1278), 3433 (2093)), the first a bold very fine, the second extremely fine (2)

£70-90

Victoria (1837-1901), Shillings (2), 1853, second head, rev. crown above value in two lines within wreath, 1868, third head, die 2, rev. as previous (S.3904, 3906A; ESC 3002 (1300), 3036 (1318)), the second bright, both extremely fine or nearly so (2)

£150-250

1505 x1505

1506

1507

1508

1509

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1854, second head left, no initials on truncation, rev. crowned mark of value within wreath, date below (S.3904; ESC 3004 (1302)), sometime cleaned with surface hairlines, otherwise good very fine and very rare

£500-700

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1858, second head left, no initials on truncation, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1306; S.3904), good very fine

£60-80

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, Sixpence, Threepence, 1874 (S.3906A, 3910, 3914C), the first with a dig on neck, otherwise extremely fine or better (3)

£200-250

Victoria (1837-1901), Sixpences (4), 1839, first head, revs. all with crown above value in two lines within wreath, 1881, third head, 1887, Jubilee head, 1897, old head (S.3908, 3912, 3929, 3941), the second good very fine, the others extremely fine or better (4)

£200-250

Victoria (1837-1901), Groats (2), 1838, 1888, rev. Britannia seated right, Threepences (2), 1886, third head, 1887, Jubilee head, Threehalfpence, 1843, Pennies (2), 1889, 1897, rev. all with crown above value within wreath (S.3913, 3930, 3914D, 3931, 3915, 3936, 3947), the second good very fine, the others extremely fine or better, some attractively toned (7)

£150-180

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1510 1510

1511

1511

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1839, bronzed proof, head left, rev. Britannia seated right, emblems in exergue (S.3948; P.1479), a light fingerprint to the reverse, otherwise practically as struck, aFDC, scarce

£1,000-1,500

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1841, OT, no colon after REG, young head left, date below, rev. Britannia seated right (P.1484; S.3948), carbon spot behind head, extremely fine

£60-80

1513

1512 x1512

1513

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1854PT, filleted bust left, WW on truncation, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3948; P.1506), lustre, more to the obverse, good extremely fine

£120-150

Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1860, bronzed proof, young head left, beaded border, rev. Britannia seated right, lighthouse left, ship right, LCW below shield, date in exergue (S.3954; P.1622; F.4), practically as struck, FDC, rare

£1,500-2,000

1515

1514 1514

1515

Victoria (1837-1901), ‘Bun Head’ bronze Penny, 1865/3, dies 6+G, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right (F.51; S.3954), clear overdate, about very fine, with some discolouration, scarce

£100-120

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1839, bronzed proof, filleted head left, rev. Britannia seated right, emblems in exergue (S.3949; P.1523), light handling marks, good extremely fine, scarce

£300-500

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1518

1516 1516

1517

x1518

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1853, young head left, date below, rev. Britannia seated right (P.1539; S.3949), good extremely fine, with traces of lustre

£120-180

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1860, bronzed proof, young head left, beaded border, rev. Britannia seated right, lighthouse left, ship right, date in exergue (S.3956; P.1751; F.259), practically as struck, aFDC, very rare

£600-800

Victoria (1837-1901), Halfpenny, 1875, bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue (S.3956; P.1810; F.321), streaky toning, extremely fine, the reverse better

£60-80

1519 1519

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthing, 1839, bronzed proof, filleted head left, rev. Britannia seated right, emblems in exergue, George IV (1820-30), Farthing, 1822, laureate and draped bust left, leaf ribs raised, rev. Britannia seated right (S.3950, 3822; P.1556, 1409), the first with light friction, extremely fine, scarce, the second with wear to the high points, extremely fine/good very fine (2)

1521

1520 1520

1521

1522

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthing, 1860, bronzed proof, young head left, beaded border, rev. Britannia seated right, lighthouse left, ship right, date in exergue (S.3958; P.1855; F.497A), a small carbon spot in front of ear, otherwise practically as struck, aFDC, excessively rare

£800-1,000

Victoria (1837-1901), Third-Farthing, 1885, bust left, rev. crowned mark of value and date below within wreath (S.3960; P.1937), small spot below the ear, virtually full lustre, uncirculated

£60-80

Victoria (1837-1901), bimetallic Model Penny token, undated, brass Royal Mint sovereign coin weight, 1843, extremely fine (2)

£30-40

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1523 1523

Victoria (1837-1900), proof Penny, 1860, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 1+A (F.4; S.3954), about uncirculated

1524 1524

1525

1526

1527

1528

1529

£800-1,000

1525

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1860, LCW below foot, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 3+E (F.14; S.3954), extremely fine with lustre

£500-600

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1860, beaded border, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 1+B (F.6; S.3954), very fine

£100-150

Victoria (1837-1900), Pennies (3), 1860, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, dies 2+D, 3+D, 4+D (F.10, 13, 15; S.3954), very fine to extremely fine, with trace lustre (3)

£100-120

Victoria (1837-1900), Pennies (4), 1861, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, dies 2+D, 4+D, 6+D, 6+G (F.18, 22, 30, 33; S.3954), good fine to extremely fine (4)

£100-150

Victoria (1837-1900), Pennies (4), 1862, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, all die 6+G (F.39; S.3954), very fine to extremely fine with lustre (4)

£100-150

Victoria (1837-1900), Pennies (2), 1864, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right (F.48, 49; S.3954), type I nearly fine, type II very fine (2)

£150-200

1530 1530

1531

1532

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1865/3, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 6+G (F.51; S.3954), very fine

£200-250

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1867, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 6+G (F.53; S.3954), about extremely fine with trace lustre

£80-100

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1868, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 6+G (F.54; S.3954), good very fine with trace lustre

£40-60

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1534

1535

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1869, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 6+G (F.59; S.3954), very fine

£350-400

Victoria (1837-1900), Pennies (2), 1871, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 6+G (F.61; S.3954), good fine and good very fine (2)

£200-250

Victoria (1837-1900), Pennies (2), 1872, 1873, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 6+G (F.62, 63; S.3954), both extremely fine with trace lustre (2)

£100-120

1536 1536

1537

1537

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1874, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 8+G (F.77; S.3954), about uncirculated, lustrous

£150-200

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1874H, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 7+H (F.73; S.3955), about uncirculated, lustrous

£100-150

1538 1538

1539

Victoria (1837-1900), Pennies (2), 1875, 1875H, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, dies 8+J (F.82, 85; S.3954, 3955), 1875H good fine and 1875 good very fine (2)

£120-150

Victoria (1837-1900), Pennies (3), 1878, 1881, 1881H, laureate bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, dies 8+J, 9+J, 11+M (F.94, 102, 108; S.3954, 3955), 1878 good very fine with trace lustre, possibly cleaned, 1881 very fine, 1881H good very fine with trace lustre (3)

£100-120

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1540 1540

1541

1542

1543

1544

1545

Victoria (1837-1900), Penny, 1895, veiled bust left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 1+A (F.139; S.3961), good very fine with trace lustre

£200-300

Edward VII (1901-10), Pennies (2), 1902, bare head right, rev. Britannia seated right, dies 1+A, 1+B (F.156, 157; S.3990, 3990A), 1+A uncirculated, other about extremely fine (2)

£120-150

Victoria and Edward VII, Pennies (5), 1898, 1900, 1904, 1906, 1916, rev. Britannia seated right (F.149, 153, 159, 162; S.3961, 3990, 4051), extremely fine to about uncirculated, with lustre (5)

£150-180

George V (1910-36), Pennies (4), 1912, 1915, 1918, 1921, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right (F.172, 179, 182, 190; S.4051), good extremely fine to uncirculated with lustre (4)

£80-100

George V (1910-36), Pennies (2), 1918H, 1918KN, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right (F.183, 184; S.4052, 4053), 1918H about extremely fine with lustre, other good very fine with trace lustre (2)

£180-200

George V (1910-36), Pennies (3), 1919, 1919H, 1919KN, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right (F.185, 186, 187; S.4051, 4052, 4053), good very fine to extremely fine, with lustre (3)

£100-150

1546 1546

1547

1548

1549

George V (1910-36), Penny, 1926, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right, die 4+B (F.195; S.4051), good very fine

£150-200

Victoria (1837-1901), Pennies (7), 1874 (2), 1874H (2), 1875H, 1876H (2), laureate head left, rev. Britannia seated right (F.71, 73, 78, 85, 87, 89; S.3954, 3955), fine to about extremely fine (7)

£150-180

Victoria (1837-1901), Edward VII (1901-10), group lot of Pennies (15), 1863, 1865, 1866, 1870, 1872, 1874 (wide date), 1874H (narrow date), 1877, 1879 (wide date), 1880 (2), 1882H (2), 1905, 1907, fine to extremely fine (15)

£180-200

Victoria, Edward VII, George V, group lot of Pennies (35), 1883-88, 1889 (2), 189097, 1899, 1901, 1903, 1905, 1908, 1909 (2), 1910-11, 1912 (2), 1913 (2), 1914, 1917 (2), 1920, 1922, 1926, about extremely fine to about uncirculated (35)

£500-700

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1550 1550

1551

1552

Edward VII (1901-10), Two-Pounds, 1902, bare head right, rev. St George and dragon (S.3967), light friction to the high points, almost extremely fine

£800-1,000

Edward VII (1901-10), Sovereigns (3), 1908P, 1909M, 1910, bare head right, rev. St George and dragon, Half-Sovereign, 1907, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 201, 193, 182, 510; S.3972, 3971, 3969, 3974B), the first three a bold very fine to extremely fine, the last good fine (4)

£600-800

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfcrown, 1906, Sixpence, 1906, Threepences (2), 1902, 1908 (S.3980, 3983, 3984), the second dipped and bright, good very fine, the others lightly toned, near extremely fine or better (4)

£200-250

1553 1553

Edward VII (1901-1910), Shilling, 1905, bare head right, rev. lion passant on crown (ESC 1414 [R2]; S.3982), darkly toned, very fine, rare

£250-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Rasmussen, List 3, 13 October 2002, lot 573 1554

1555

1556

1557

1558

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfpenny, 1902, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue, Farthings (2), 1902, 1903, mint toned (S.3991, 3992; P.2221, 2231, 2233; F.381, 580, 581), the first and third, uncirculated, the second very fine (3)

£50-60

Edward VII (1901-10), Halfpenny, 1909, bare head left, rev. Britannia seated right, date in exergue (S.3991; P.2229; F.388), full lustre, uncirculated

£60-80

Edward VII (1901-10), Third-Farthings (3), 1902, bare head left, rev. crown above value and date, all within wreath (S.3993; P.2241), full lustre, uncirculated (3)

£50-80

George V (1910-36), Sovereigns (4), 1911, 1915, bare head left, rev. St George and dragon, 1925SA, 1931P, small bare head left (Marsh 213, 217, 289, 270; S.3996, 4004, 4002), almost extremely fine or better (4)

£700-900

George V (1910-36), Sovereign, 1918C, bare head left, rev. St George and dragon, HalfSovereign (2), 1914 1915S, rev. St George and dragon, (Marsh 226, 529, 540; S.3997, 4006, 4009), the first good very fine and scarce, otherwise extremely fine (3)

£350-450

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1559 1559

George VI (1936-52), Half-Sovereign, 1937, proof, bare head left, rev. St George and dragon, (S.4077), brilliant, practically as struck, aFDC

£600-750

1560

1560

1561

George VI (1937-52), proof set, 1937, Five-Pounds, Two-Pounds, Sovereign and HalfSovereign (S.PS15), usual hairlines otherwise brilliant uncirculated, in case of issue (4)

£5,000-5,500

Elizabeth II (1952- ), Sovereigns (4), 1957, 1964, 1967, 1968, laureate head right, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 297, 302, 305, 306; S.4124, 4125), all extremely fine or thereabouts with contact marks (4)

£700-900

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MAUNDY SETS

1562 1562

1563

1563

Charles II (1660-85), Maundy set, 1679, draped bust right, rev. 1 to 4 interlinked Cs in angles determined by denomination (S.3392; ESC 602 (2375)), toned, the penny nearly very fine, the fourpence very fine, otherwise good very fine, rare (4)

£200-250

James II (1685-88), Maundy set, 1687, laureate head left, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3418; ESC 782 (2382)), toned, good very fine (4)

£300-400

1564 1564

1565

1565

William & Mary (1688-94), Maundy set, 1694, conjoined busts left, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3446; ESC 876 (2388)), toned, very fine, rare (4)

£250-300

William III (1694-1702), Maundy set, 1701, draped and laureate bust right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3553; ESC 1308 (2392)), toned, the penny and twopence extremely fine, the threepence very fine, the fourpence fine, rare (4)

£300-350

1566 1566

1567

1567

Anne (1702-14), Maundy set, 1706, draped bust left, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3599; ESC 1475 (2395)), the Twopence with obverse digs, otherwise toned, mostly very fine except the fourpence, this good fine/nearly very fine, scarce (4)

£200-250

George I (1714-27), Maundy set, 1727, draped and laureate bust right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3658; ESC 1618 (2401)), toned, the penny almost extremely fine, the twopence very fine, the threepence better, the fourpence good fine, rare (4)

£250-300

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1568 1568

1569

1569

George II (1727-60), Maundy set, 1746, draped and laureate bust left, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3716; ESC 1773 (2410)), toned, the penny almost extremely fine, the twopence good very fine, the threepence nearly very fine, the fourpence very fine, scarce (4)

£150-250

George III (1760-1820), Maundy set, 1763, draped and laureate bust right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3762; ESC 2230 (2411)), toned, the penny almost very fine with graffiti on the reverse, the twopence better than very fine, the threepence good very fine, the fourpence very fine (4)

£130-160

1570 1570

1571

1571

George III (1760-1820), Maundy set, 1800, old draped and laureate bust right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3764; ESC 2239 (2421)), practically as struck, the 2d and 3d very fine extremely fine, the others two uncirculated (4)

£250-300

George III (1760-1820), Maundy set, 1818, laureate bust right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3792; ESC 2241 (2423)), the 2d with contact marks, otherwise extremely fine or better (4)

£150-250

1572 1572

1573

1573

George IV (1820-30), Maundy set, 1827, laureate bust left, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3816; ESC 2452 (2431)), toned, uncirculated (4)

£250-350

William IV (1830-37), Maundy set, 1832, laureate bust right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3840; ESC 2550 (2439)), toned, the penny good very fine, weak on the reverse, otherwise extremely fine and better (4)

£120-180

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1574 1574

1575

1576

1577

1578

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy set, 1886, young head bust, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3792; ESC 3543 (2500)), lightly toned, uncirculated (4)

£250-300

Victoria (1837-1901), Maundy sets (2), 1888, Jubilee head left, 1893, old head left, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3932, 3943; ESC 3545 (2502), 3551 (2508)), both uncirculated (8)

£300-350

Edward VII (1901-10), Maundy set, 1903, bare head right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.3985; ESC 3609 (2519)), toned, uncirculated (4)

£120-150

George V (1910-36), Maundy sets (2), 1920, 1921, George VI (1936-52), Maundy set, 1937, bare head left, rev. crown above mark of value (S.4016, 4027, 4086; ESC 3980 (2537), 3981 (2538), 4304 (2554)), the second and third sets with verdigris, otherwise as struck, uncirculated (12)

£350-400

George VI (1936-52), Maundy sets (2), 1942, 1950, bare head left, rev. crown above mark of value (S.4086, 4096; ESC 4311 (2559), 4319 (2567)), the second set toned, uncirculated (8)

£250-300

1579

1579

1580

Elizabeth II (1952- ), Maundy set, 1953, laureate bust right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.4126; ESC 4559 (2570)), the threepence with a small spot either side, otherwise as struck, uncirculated (4)

£500-700

Elizabeth II (1952- ), Maundy sets (2), 1966, 1973, laureate bust right, rev. crown above mark of value (S.4131, 4211; ESC 4576 (2583), - (2590)), the first penny with verdigris, the second set with toning spots, otherwise as struck, uncirculated (8)

£250-300

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MISCELLANEOUS MILLED COINS 1581

1582

1583

1584

Miscellaneous Crowns (5), 1671 V. TERTIO, 1673 V. TERTIO, 1696 OCTAVO, G over D, fair to fine (5)

QVINTO,

1679 T.

PRIMO,

1687 £200-300

Charles II, William III, Anne, Crowns (3), 1671, good fine, 1695, good, 1707E, PostUnion, good (S.3358, 3470, 3578) (3)

£150-180

Miscellaneous crowns (9), 1819 LIX, 1821 SECUNDO, 1844 VIII, 1887, 1895 LIX, 1902, 1935 (2), 1937, and a New Zealand Crown, 1949, good fine to good very fine (10)

£200-250

George III, Victoria, Edward VII, Crowns (5), 1819, 1845 (star stops), 1887, 1900 1902 (S.3787, 3882, 3921, 3937, 3978), fine to very fine (5)

£80-100

Miscellaneous silver Crowns (14), 1844, 1845, both cinqufoil stops, fine and good fine, 1888, 1890, 1892, 1893 LVI, 1895 LIX, 1896 LX, 1897 LXI, 1900 LXIV, 1902, this cleaned, about very fine, 1935, 1947, Double-Florins (3), 1887, 1889, 1890, average very fine, and cupro-nickel Crowns (5), these better (20)

£180-220

Miscellaneous Halfcrowns (4), 1689 PRIMO, first shield, pearls, 1698 DVODECIMO, plain, and 1746 LIMA, fine or better (4)

£120-150

LXIV,

1585

1586

1587

x1588

1589

1590

1591

x1592

DECIMO,

1713

Miscellaneous Halfcrowns (5), 1745 LIMA, 1818, 1820, 1826, and 1836, average fine very fine (5)

£80-100

George III (1760-1820), Maundy money, Threepence, 1820, scratch on face, very fine, Penny 1818, very fine, George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1826, bare head left, rev. ornate crowned shield with crest, William IV (1830-37), Twopence, 1831, good very fine

£90-120

Victoria (1837-1901), Sixpences (4), 1860, 1875, 1887YH, 1887JH, Groat, 1854, Threepences (4), 1845, 1875, 1892, 1901, Threehalfpence, 1860, Edward VII (190110), Shilling, 1906, Sixpence, 1902 (S.3908, 3910, 3912, 3928, 3913, 3914, 3914C, 3931, 3942, 3915, 3982, 3983), varied (mostly high) grades from fine to uncirculated, some impaired (12)

£200-250

Miscellaneous 18th century copper coins (7), Halfpennies (8), 1724, 1743, 1772, 1773 (2), and 1775, this trimmed, and Farthing, 1754, fine to very fine (7)

£100-150

Miscellaneous copper coins (12), Twopence, 1797, Pennies (3), 1797, 1806, 1807, Halfpennies (7), 1799, 1806 (2), 1807, 1826, 1827, 1834, and Farthing, 1799, mostly very fine or better

£150-200

Victoria (1837-1901), Farthings (2), 1853, filleted bust left, WW raised on truncation, rev. Britannia seated right, 1886, bronze issue, Third-Farthings (3), William IV 1835, as previous, Victoria, 1876, rev. crowned mark of value and date below within wreath, Edward VII, 1902, as previous (S.3950, 3958, 3850, 3960, 3993; P.1575, 1913, 1477, 1932, 2241), the first scratched both sides, good very fine, the second extremely fine, third with scratches, the fourth and fifth both toned with lustre, extremely fine (5)

£60-80

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WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE 2016

Morning session commencing at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 1593-2037) EUROPEAN MEDIAEVAL COINS FROM THE COLLECTION OF PETER WOODHEAD FRANCE (lots 1593-1656) Aquitaine Saintonge Narbonne Carcassonne Toulouse Montpellier Anduse et Sauve Viviers Provence Saint Gilles Avignon Burgundy Cluny Viennois Orange Dauphiné Valence et Die Dombes Saint-Pol Alsace-Lorraine Lorraine Lorraine et Bar Metz

GERMANY (lots 1721-1799) 1593 1594 1595-1596 1597 1598 1599 1600 1601 1602-1608 1609 1610-1617 1618-1622 1623 1625-1629 1630-1633 1634 1635-1638 1639 1640 1641-1652 1653 1654 1654-1656

SCANDINAVIA (lots 1657-1668) Denmark Sweden Norway

1657-1664 1665-1667 1668

Werden Brandenberg Goslar Corvey Heinsberg Schönforst Kleve Kleve-Mark Jülich Berg Aachen Westphalia Büren Duisberg Cologne Trier Prüm Erfurt Limburg Saxony Augsberg

1721-1723 1724 1725 1726 1727 1728-1729 1730-1732 1733-1734 1735-1743 1744-1748 1749-1756 1757 1758 1759-1762 1763-1786 1787-1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799

SWITZERLAND (lots 1800-1803) Geneva Lausanne

1800-1802 1803

Vandals Ostrogoths Visigoths

1804-1807 1808-1809 1810-1817

SPAIN (lots 1818-1851) NETHERLANDS (lots 1669-1720) Friesland Utrecht Brabant Looz Rummen Liège Flanders, Ghent Flanders Hainault Serain Élincourt Crèvecoeur Namur Ermesinde Luxembourg

1669-1672 1673-1676 1677-1687 1688 1689-1691 1692-1696 1697 1698 1699-1701 1702-1704 1705-1706 1707 1708 1709 1710-1720

Umayyads Castille and León Aragon Navarra ITALY (lots 1852-1981) Beneventum Carolingians Milan Savoy Tortona Chivasso Piedmont Asti Genoa Como Bergamo WWW.SPINK.COM

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1852-1855 1856-1858 1859-1868 1869-1884 1885 1886 1887-1888 1890 1891-1894 1895 1896-1899


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Piacenza Cremona Reggio d’Emilia Modena Bologna Verona Trento Mantua Mesocco Ferrara Padua Venice Aquileia Trieste Florence. Lucca Pisa Siena Volterra Ancona Macerata Recanati Rome Naples (Angevin) Campobasso Sicily Naples and Sicily (Aragonese) Sardinia

1900 1901 1902 1903 1904-1906 1907-1908 1909-1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915-1916 1917-1923 1924-1925 1926-1929 1930-1931 1932-1936 1937-1938 1939 1940 1941-1942 1943 1944-1962 1963 1964 1965-1974 1975-1979 1980-1981

BALKANS (lots 1982-1988) Split Ragusa Cattaro Bosnia

1982-1983 1984 1985 1986-1988

ASIA MINOR, MIDDLE EAST, CRUSADER STATES (lots 1989-2037) Sasanian Arab-Sasanian Arab-Byzantine Achaia Athens Despotate of Epirus Chios Lesbos Latin Orient Rhodes Cyprus Seljuqs of Rum Bagratids of Georgia Edessa Antioch Sidon Tripoli Jerusalem

1989 1990 1991-1993 1994-1997 1998 1999 2000-2001 2002-2003 2004 2005-2008 2009-2018 2019 2020 2021 2022-27 2028 2029 2030-2037

1593 1593

France, Aquitaine, Eleanor, Duchess (1189-1204), 0.91g, +DVCISIT (horizontal S), above, A below in field, rev. ACVITANIE, cross (B. 466), very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, 3 September 1966 Ex. Winstanley collection

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£80-100

1594 1594 (x2) 1594

France, Saintonge, in the name of Louis IV (936-54), Denier, 1.39g, Saintes, +LODOICVS, cross, rev. +SANCTIS, three crosses (P.d’A 2704, var.), very fine, very rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, April 1976 Ex. O’Hara collection 103

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1596

1595 1595

1597

1598

France, Narbonne, Raymond Bérenger (1023-67), Denier, 1.32g, BERINGARI, cross, rev. NARBONA, four annulets cruciform (B. 736, var; Dup. 1537, var.; P.d’A 3749, var), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer 1596

France, Narbonne, Ermengarde (1143-92), Obole, 0.49g +ERMENGARD:, cross, rev. NARBONE CIVI, four annulets around a central pellet (Dup. 1546; P.d’A 3761), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, March 2004 1597

France, Carcassonne, Anonymous, Denier, 1.40g, 10th century, +CARCASONA, cross, rev. +CIPVI+TATIS+, blundered monogram of Odo in field (P.d’A 3779, var.), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, August 1978 1598

France, Toulouse, Eudes (887-98), Denier, 1.62g, struck by count and bishop in the name of the king, +ODDO REX FR’C, cross, rev. TOLOSA. CIVI, ODDO around central pellet in field (MEC 988; MG 1340; P.d’A 3648, var.), about extremely fine

1600

£100-120

1601

1599 1599

France, Montpellier, James II of Aragon (1276-1311), Gros, 3.37g, +IACOBVS DEI GRA REX ARAGONV, cross with crown at each end, rev. +DOMINVS MONTISPESVLANI, shield (P.d’A 3848), very fine, scarce

£600-800

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Platt., February 1972 1600

France, Anduse et Sauve, Anonymous coinage (Bernard l’Aine, +1164), Denier, 0.87g, 12th century, +ANDVSIENSIS, B between four pellets, rev. +SALVIENSIS, cross moline, pellet in first quarter (B. 757; P.d’A 3852; D. 1568), good very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, 12 January 1974 Ex. Holmes collection 1601

France, Viviers, Bishopric, Anonymous, Denier, 0.88g, 12th century, EPIS COPVS, bishop left, rev. +VIV ¡ IA, cross (B. 762; P.d’A 3863), slightly ragged edge between 5 and 6 o’clock, otherwise good very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Warwick, January 1969

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1602 1602

1603

1604

1605

France, Provence, Alphonse I and Raymond Bollène, Archbishop of Arles (116696), Royal (Denier à la mitre), 1.05g, mint of Arles or Marseille, :REX. ARAGONE, mitre, rev. PRO-VI-NC-IA, long cross (B. 805; P.d’A 3933; Rolland 9; Crusafont 168), slightly ragged edge between 11 and 2 o’clock and weak between 6 and 8 o’clock, otherwise good very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, April 1976

1603

1604

France, Provence, Alphonse I and II of Aragon (1167-1269), Royal coronat, 0.91g, first type, +REX.ARA.GONE, crowned head left, annulet stops, rev. PO-VI-NC-IA, long cross pattée, three pellets at end of each bar (Dup. 1611 (for type); P.d’A 3930, var.; Rolland 11), nearly extremely fine

£60-80

France, Provence, Raymond Bérenger V (1209-45), Gros of 6-Deniers, 1.71g, c. 1218, Marseille, +COMES PVNCIE, bare head left, rev. +CIVITAS MASSIL., castle (B. 809; Rolland 17; P.d’A. 3957 (Charles I of Anjou); D. 1614A), extremely fine

£150-200

PROVENCE:

Purchased from Seaby, September 1977 1605

France, Provence, Charles I of Anjou (1246-85), Gros Marseillais of 6-Deniers, 1.79g, +COMES PVINCIE, bare head left, rev. +CIVITAS MASSIL, city gate with two inner towers and three fortified wall towers (P.d’A 3956; R.24), good very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Florange, January 1973

1606 1606

1607

1608

France, Provence, Louis I of Taranto and Jeanne of Naples (1347-62), Demi Gros, 1.58g, +: L: ET: I: IHR: ET: SICIL. REX, crown in field of fleur-de-lys, rev. (FLEUR-DE-LYS) COMES: ET: COMITSA: PVICIE, cross, with cross in each angle (cf. P.d’A 4035; Rolland 76a), very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, October 2001 1607

France, Provence, Jeanne of Naples (1343-82), Gros, issued 1369-72, 2.59g, +IOH’AN: IHR: ET: SICL’ REG’, crown, rev. +COMITSA: PVICE: E. FORCAL, shield of Jerusalem and of Anjou (P.d’A 4022; Rolland 97), good fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, 20 May 2002 1608

France, Provence, René of Anjou (1434-80), billon Blanc, 2.09g, :RENATVS 8 [DEI GRA] IHRL ET 8 SIC 8 , shield with three lis, within trilobe with three crowns, rev. :+: [COMES:] 8 [PVIC]IE: ET: 8 FOLCAQVE[RI:], cross, lis in first and fourth angle, crown in second and third (cf. P.d’A 4059ff), very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, May, 1971 105

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1609 1609

France, Saint Gilles, Raymond V (1148-94), Denier, 0.88g, +O RAIMUNDVS, cross, rev. ONOR SCIE GIDII, horse left with cross (B.732; P.d’A 3718. var.), minor edge splits, otherwise extremely fine, scarce

£100-150

1610

1610 (x2) 1610

France, Avignon, John XXII (1316-34), Gros tornese, 3.84g, Pont de Sorgue, +IOH’ES: PAPA: XXII COMES: VENASINI, Pope enthroned holding cross, rev. +AGIM: TIBI: GRA: OMNIPOTENS DEVS, cross fleury (Berman 176; Munt. 7; P.d’A 4142), minor verdigris on reverse, good very fine, rare

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink Ex. T. Thompson Exchanged (Ashmolean duplicate), 5 May 1954

1611

1611 (x2)

1611

France, Avignon, Clement VI (1342-52), Gros, 3.99g, Pont de Sorgues, *+CLEMES* PP* SEXTX*, Pope facing, holding cross, rev. +AGIMVS: TIBI: GRAS: ONIPOTENS: DEVS:, in outer circle, +COMES* VENESI* (crossed keys), in inner circle, cross (Berman 183; P.d’A 4152, Munt. 2), good very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, January 1971 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1612 1612 (x2) 1612

France, Avignon, Clement VI (1342-52), ½-Gros (Sesino), 2.02g, *CLEMENS* PP* SEXT*, Pope enthroned, holding cross, rev. +*COMES* VENESINI*, cross, Papal keys in second quarter (Berman 185; Munt. 4, var.; P.d’A 4154), edge weak between 8 and 10 o’clock, good very fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Vinchon, September 1971

1613

1613

1614

France, Avignon, Gregory XI (1370-78), Gros, 2.52g, *.GREGORV’. :PP: VNDEC’*, Pope seated enthroned, holding cross, rev. +SANCTVS: PETRUS:, crossed keys at beginning and end of legend and below, large crossed keys (Berman 213; Munt. 14; P.d’A 4182), very fine

1615

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, October 1998 1614

France, Avignon, Antipope Clement VII (1378-94), billon Gros, 2.59g, :CLEMENS • • PP: SETHS, Pope seated facing, raising hand in benediction and holding cruciform scepter, rev. + •SANCTVS • PETRVS, crossed keys by beginning and end of legend, large crossed keys, shield above (Berman 230; Munt. 4; P.d’A 4199, var.), edge chip at 3 o’clock, good fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, April 1971 1615

France, Avignon, Antipope Clement VII (1378-94), Grosso of 2-Soldi, 2.37g, :CLEMENS • PP: SETHVS, Pope seated facing, raising hand in benediction and holding cruciform scepter; lions to lower left and right, rev. + :SANCTVS: (SHIELD) PETRVS:, crossed keys at beginning and end of legend, large crossed keys (Berman 231; Munt. 5; P.d’A 4199), very fine, scarce PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Albuquerque, July 1986

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1616 1616

1617

France, Avignon, Martin V Colonna (1417-31), Carlin, 1.99g, :MARTINUS PP. QVINTUS., Pope enthroned, holding cross, rev. +:SANTVS: PETRVS: ET: PAULVS:, crossed keys, crowned column above (Berman 285; Munt. 32; P.d’A 4240), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, August 1972 1617

France, Avignon, Eugenius IV (1431-47), Carlin, 1.97g, EVGENIVS PP. CARTVS., Pope enthroned, holding cross, rev. + :SANTVS: PETRVS: ET: PAULVS:, keys crossed, shield above (Berman 319; P.d’A 4246; Munt 27), good very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Albuquerque, July 1986

1618 1618

1619

France, Burgundy, County of Chalon, in the name of Lothaire (954-86), Denier, 1.22g, +LOTARVS REX, large B in field, rev. +CAVILON CIVT, cross (P.d’A 5620; MEC 1005; Morrison 1163), good very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, February 1973 1619

France, Burgundy, Lyon, Conrad I, King of Burgundy (937-93), Denier, 1.22g, +CONRADVS, cross, rev. +LVGDVNVS, triangle surmounted by cross (P.d’A 5013), very fine, very rare

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, 20 April 1968

1620 1620

1621

France, Lyon, Rudolf III of Burgundy (993-1032), Denier, 1.36g, +RODVLFVS, cross, rev. +LVCVDVNVS, temple façade (P.d’A 5015), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Credit da la Bourse, 6 June 1989 1621

France, Burgundy, Lyon, Archbishopric, anonymous Denier, 1.54g, +PRIMA SEDES, L cruciform, sun in third quarter, crescent in fourth, rev. +GALLIARVM, cross, sun in second quarter, crescent in third (P.d’A 5042), nearly extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, May 2002 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1623

1622 1622

1624

France, Burgundy, Lyon, Archbishopric, anonymous billon Grand Denier, 2.89g, +PRIMA SEDES, L cruciform, crescent in third quarter, sun in fourth, rev. +GALLIARVM, cross, sun in second quarter, crescent in third (cf. P.d’A 5054), good very fine, rare

£200-300

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Albuquerque, June 1986

1623

France, Cluny, Abbey, anonymous Denier, 0.94g, +CLVNIACO PETRVS ET PAVLVS, large key (P.d’A 5596; B. 1195), very fine

CENOBIO,

cross, rev. £80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from C. Silberstein, 6 June 1989

1624

France, Viennois, Humbert II (1333-49), billon 4-Deniers, 1.45g, +HU. VIENS., dolphin, rev. +.CO-MES ALB-ON[S], long cross (P.d’A 4872), very fine

DALPHS.

£80-120

PROVENANCE:

Alderton hoard no. 2, October 1986

1625

1625

1626

1627

France, Viennois, Charles V of France (1349-64), Gros tournois, 2.10g, +KAROLVS. PG. F. REG, cross, rev. DAPH. VIENES, tower (B.1062; Dup. 242; P.d’A 4895), struck of centre, very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, August 1971 1626

France, Viennois, Charles V (1349-64), Gros, 2.60g, +KROLVS’: FRANCORV’: REX, dolphin left, rev. +ET: DALPHS: VIENESIS, cross, lis in first and fourth angle, dolphin in second and third (Ci. 480; P.d’A 4900), good fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vinchon, May 1985 1627

France, Viennois, Charles V of France (1349-64), AR, 1.86g, KAROLVS: FRA-ANCORV: REX, King seated facing between two dolphins, rev. +SIT: NOMEN: DOMINE: BENEDICTVM, in outer circle, DAL PHS VEN ENS, in inner circle, long cross (P.d’A 4912), minor edge split at 3 o’clock, good fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vinchon, May 1985

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1628 1628

1630

1629

1631

France, Viennois, Charles V of France (1349-64), Gros, 1.99g, + KROLVS’: FRANCORV’:REX, dolphin left, rev. +ET: DALPHS: VIENESIS, cross, dolphin in first and fourth quarter, lis in second and third (P.d’A 4915, var.), very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, February 1999 1629

France, Viennois, Louis, Dauphin, (1409-15), billon Blanc, 1.66g, Mirabel, +LVDO.PRMOG. FRAN REGS, cross, rev. DALPHS VIENENSIS, shield (B.1078; P.d’A 4934), minor verdigris, very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vinchon, June 1986 1630

France, Orange, William IV (1182-1219), Denier, 0.82g, PRICEPS AVRASCI, rev. IMP’ FREDE.RI.CVS, cross (Dup. 2036; P.d’A 4470), extremely fine

W

in field, £60-80

PROVENANCE:

Spink, auction 71, 11 October 1989, lot 433 (part) Ex. Blunt collection Ex. Shirley Fox collection 1631

France, Orange, William IV (1182-1219), Denier, 0.86g, VV .PRICEPS AURAS’C., cornet, rev. +IMP FREDERICVS, cross (P.d’A 4472), spots of verdigris, extremely fine, rare

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, November 1969

1632 1632

1633

France, Orange, Bertrand III (1282-1335), Gros au cavalier, 1.64g, +BT DI GR-A .PNCPS. AVRA, knight left, rev. +MONETA: CIVITATIS: AVRASICE in outer circle, +SIGNVM: CRVCIS in inner circle, cross (B. 979; P.d’A 4483, ‘Les monnaies de Bertrand sont très rares’; R.97), very fine, rare

1634

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, January 1973 1633

France, Orange, Raymond IV (1340-93), Carlin, 1.81g, .R PRINC EPS. AVRA, Prince enthroned facing, rev. MON-ET. CI-VITAS-AVRA, cross with cornet in each quarter (B. 986; P.d’A 4514), very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

From Lord Stewartby, by exchange 1634

France, Dauphiné, County of Embrun, Bertrand Forcalquier IV (1195-1207), billon Denier, 0.63g, + BERTRAND’., cross, rev. +COMES: EDNE., star of eight rays (B.1017; P.d’A 4660 -given to Cadenet), good very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Albuquerque auction, 25 November 1987 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1635 1635

France, Valence and Die, Jean de Genève (1283-98), Gros, 3.07g, +:IOHANES: EPISCOP’, cross, annulet in second angle, star in third, rev. +*VALENTIN: ET DIEN, eagle right (B.1025; P.d’A 4703), nearly extremely fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, October 1991?

£250-300

1636

1636 (x2) 1636

France, Valence and Die, Guillaume de la Voulte (1378-84), Gros, 2.51g, +GVILLS EP’S cross fleury, rev. +:VALENTIN: ET DIEN:, eagle right (P.d’A 4718, var.), good very fine, rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Vinchon, June 1986

ET COM’,

1637 1637

1638

1639

1638

£300-400

1639

France, Valence and Die, Bishopric of Die (Guillaume de Roussillon, 1298-1334), anonymous Billon, 1.26g, +:AVE: GRA: PLENA:, crowned head of the Virgin, rev. +CIVITAS: DIEN:, cross fleury (B. 1026; P.d’A 4744), good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from C. Silberstein, June 1985

£150-180

France, Valence and Die, Aimar VI (1345-73), Carlin, 2.82g, +AVE: MA[RIA GRA: P]LA: DNS: TEC, crowned Virgin seated facing, rev. [+A: DE:] PICTA: COM: VALEN: ET D[IE], cross fleury (Dup. 2304; P.d’A 4730), fine, very rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Vinchon, June 1986

£200-300

France, Dombes, Pierre II (1482-1503), billon Blanc, 2.61g, PETRV[S COMES: crescent at end of legend, rev. DIS[PERSIT: DEBIT: PAVP]ERIBUS8, cross, lis in each quarter (P.d’A 5001, var. (obv.), 5096, var. (rev.)), fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Platt, November 1973

£150-200

CLARIMONTIS: T: D:],

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1640 1640

1641

1642

1641

1642

France, Saint-Pol, Guy III de Chatillon (1248-89), Sterling, 1.28g, +GV-IDO :CO-MES, long cross, rev. +SANTI. PAVLI., shield of Brabant (Chautard 222; Mayhew pl. 2, 49; Pd’A 6849 - as Guy V), good very fine, rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Florange, January 1973

£200-250

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Thibaut II (1303-12), Double-Dernier, 0.99g, Nancy, +.T. DV X LOTOR EGIE, knight on horse right, rev. MONETA D-E NANCEI, sword flanked by eagles (De S., pl. III, 16; B. 1456), good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Florange, July 1970

£140-180

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Raoul (1329-46), Double-Denier, 0.99g, Nancy, MONETA. D-E. NANCEI, sword flanked by two shields, rev. +*R* DVX* LOTORENGIE, shield (B. 1465; De S. V, 3), very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, June 1975

£80-120

1643 1643

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Marie de Blois, Regent for Jean I (1346-48), Plaque, 3.93g, Nancy, +IOHANNES. DVX. MARCHIO: DE: LOTHORIGIE, shield within quatrefoil, rev. +MARIE. DVCHESS. MAINBOVRS: DE. LA DVCHIEI, in outer circle, +MONETA: DE: NACEI, cross, crown in angles (B. 1467; R. 13), edge crack at 7 o’clock, otherwise very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Florange, March 1973

1644 1644

1645

1645

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Jean I (1346-89), Gros d’Argent of Nancy, 2.45g, *IOH’ES** DVX. LOT MARCH’, helm with eagle crest over shield of Lorraine, rev. MONETA** FCA: **IN** NANCEY**, sword between two shields (B.1469; R.1324), good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, May 1974

£120-150

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Jean I (1346-89), Petit Gros of Nancy, 1.94g, *IOH’S: DVX *LOTHARI*, helmet with eagle crest over shield of Lorraine, rev. MONTA: DE* *NANCEIO*, sword between two stars (De S. -), good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased in Cologne, July 1971

£150-200

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1646

1646

1647

1648

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Jean I (1346-89), Gros of Nancy, 2.09g, .IOHANNES. .DVX. LOTH’, eaglet over shield of Lorraine, rev. MONETA. FCA’. IN. NANCEIO, sword between two roses (De S. VI, 14), nearly extremely fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, January 1980 Ex. M&M sale

1647

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Jean I (1346-89), Gros of Nancy, 2.37g, IOHES’. DVX. LOTHOR’* Z* MAR’, Duke standing facing, holding a sword, rev. +MONETA** FACTA** IN** NANCEIO, cross, eagle in angles (De S. VII, 5), creased and with split from 3 o’clock to centre, otherwise very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, November 1977

1648

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Jean I (1346-90), Gros, 2.88g, Sierck, IOHANNES: DVX. LOTHOR’: ET: MAR’, crossed swords at beginning of legends both sides, shield of Lorraine, rev. +BENDICTV’: SIT: NOME’: DNI’: IHV’: XPI’, in outer circle, MONETA: SIERK, in inner circle, cross (R.1344; De S. VII, 3), nearly extremely fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Maison Platt, March 1973

1650 1649 1649

1650

1651

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Charles II (1390-1431), Gros d’Argent au Cavalier, 2.46g, Nancy, +KAROLV-S. DVX. LOTHOR. Z M’, knight on horse left, rev. *MONE* TA.FC* A’.IN: N* ANCEY, cross fleury (B. 1481; De S. VIII, 3), very fine, rare

£300-400

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Charles II (1390-1431), 1/4-Gros, 1.08g, Nancy, +KAROLV-S. DVX. LOTHOR, knight on horse left, rev. *MONE* TA.FC* ‘A’. IN. NANCEI, cross fleury (B.1482; de S. VIII, 5), good very fine, rare

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vichon, September 1971 1651

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Charles II (1390-1431), Gros, 2.90g, Nancy, KAROLVS. DVX LOTHOR’. ZM’, Duke standing holding sword and shield, rev. +BNDICTV’. SIT: NOME’. DNI’. NRI’. IHV’. XPI’., in outer circle, *GROSSVS: DE: NANCEY, in inner circle, cross (de S.VIIII, 1), extremely fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vinchon, September 1971

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1652

1653

1653

1654

Alsace-Lorraine, Lorraine, Charles II (1390-1431), Gros, 2.89g, no mint mark, KAROLVS. DVX LOTHOR’. Z M’, Duke standing holding sword, rev. SIT: NO-ME: DNI BENEDICTVM, shield on long cross (De S. X, 3), slightly creased, and with minor edge splits, otherwise very fine

£60-80

France, Lorraine, René I of Anjou (1431-53), Double-Gros, 3.71g, RENAVS: D: G: REX: SI: IE: LOTHO’, crowned shield, rev. +FECIT: POTENCIAM: IN: BRACHIO: SVO, hand holding sword issuing from clouds (R. 9482; De S. XIII, 8), good very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, May 1971 1654

France, Lorraine and Bar, René I of Anjou (1431-53), Gros, 2.03g, Saint-Mihiel, RENAT D BAR’ M’ P’ CO’, Duke standing facing, holding shield and sword, rev. +SIT NOM[E]N DOMINI BENEDICT’, in outer circle, MON-ETA S MI CHA, in inner circle, cross (B.1494), small spots on verdigris on reverse, good fine

£100-120

1657 1655 1655

1656

Metz, city (15th century), Gros, 2.97g, S’* STEPH’* P ROTHO’* M’*, St Stephen kneeling in prayer left, civic coat-of-arms in left and right fields, rev. +BNDICTV’. SIT: NOME. DHI’. NRI’. IHV’. XPI’., in outer circle, GRO-SSV-S*M-ETE, long cross, stars in angles (B. 1659; R. 8932), extremely fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, 1966 1656

France, Metz, Bishop Thierry de Boppart (1365-84), Gros, 3.34g, THEODC’ EPS’* METE’*, Bishop standing facing, rev. +BNDICTV’. SIT. NOME. DHI’. NRI’. IHV’. XPI’., in outer circle, GRO-SVS-ME-TES cross (B.1641), extremely fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, August 1968 Ex. Winstanley collection 1657

Denmark, anon., time of Harold Bluetooth (940-985), Half-Bracteat, 0.351g, Hedeby (Haithabu), imitating the Denarii of Charlemagne from the Dorestad mint (Hbg 1: Jesse 4), extremely fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, May 1974

WWW.SPINK.COM

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1658 1658 (x2) 1658

Denmark, Harald Bluetooth (c. 958-85), Jelling (?), Halfbracteate of cross type, 0.28g, c. 975-80 (Hbg. 2 var.), extremely fine

£500-600

1659 1659 (x2) 1659

Denmark, Svend Estridsen (1047-75), Pennig, 1.08g, Lund, standing figure holding long cross and globus cruciger, rev. similar (Hbg. 4), extremely fine, scarce

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from AB, September 1964

1660 1660

1661

Denmark, Sven Estridsen (1047-75), Denar, 0.60g. Viborg, +ASGOT, bust left holding long cross, rev. FEI +G A+ +V, cross (Hbg. 65), blackened, very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, May, 1991

1661

Denmark, Niels (1103-34), Pennig, 0.88g, Roskilde, bust facing, rev. double crosses (Hbg. 3), fine

1662 1662

£100-120

1663

Denmark, Erik Emune (1134-37), Pennig, 0.89g, Lund, ERIC, crowned bust facing, rev. king on horse right (Hbg. 1), spots of verdigris, otherwise very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, 1966 1663

Denmark, Erik Emune (1134-37), Pennig, 0.86g, Roskilde, facing, rev. +VLFRIC, double crosses (Hbg. 4), good fine 115

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1664 1664 (x2) 1664

Denmark, Knud V (1146 and 1154-57), Bracteat, 0.177g, right, rev. incuse (Hbg. 3 var.), good very fine, very rare

CANUT REX,

crowned bust £2,000-3,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, April 1999

1665 1665

1666

Sweden, Karl Knutsson Bonde, as King (1448-57, 1464-65, 1467-70), Örtug, 1.92g, Stockholm, KAR[OLI] REX S.G’, ship, rev. MON-ETA. S-TOC HOL’, shield (Lagerqvist 3b), fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, October 1992 1666

Sweden, Karl Knutsson Bonde, as King (1448-57, 1464-65, 1467-70), Örtug, 1.461g, Åbo, KAR-OLV-S RE-X SG, shield with crowned A in ship on long cross, rev. HON-ETA-ABOENS, three crowns shield on long cross (Lagerqvist 6), very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, July 1971

1667 1667

1669

1668

Sweden, Christian I (1457-61), Örtug, 1.34g, Stockholm, CRISSTERNOS rev. MON-ETA STO’-HOL’, shield (Lagerqvist 3), about very fine

REX,

large C, £150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, April 1973 1668

Norway, Håkon V (1299-1319), Penny, 0.74g, Oslo, +HAQVINVS REX, crowned bust facing, rev. MONETA [OSLOIE], around large h (Ahlström 38.2), flan cracks, fine, rare

£300-500

PROVENANCE:

Spink, August 1978 Ex. Ahlström sale 1669

Netherlands, Friesland, Bruno III (1038-57), in the name of Emperor Henry III, Denar, 0.64g, Dokkum, HENRICVS REX, crowned head right, sceptre before, rev. DOCC VCCA, BR. VN across field (Dbg. 499; Ilisch 21.19, var.), nearly very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from B. Senior, August 2001 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1670 1670

1672

1671

1673

Netherlands, Friesland, Egbert I (1057-68), Denar, 0.51g, Dokkum, +EGBERTVS, cross with pellets in angles, rev. AGGV DOCC, ATON across field (cf. Dbg. 516; v. de Ch. -), very fine, rare

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A&H, November 1972

1671

1672

Netherlands, Friesland, Egbert II (1068-90), Denar, 0.70g, Staveren, +V. ECBERTVS, crowned head facing, rev. +STAVERONV, busts of Simon and Judas facing, cross above (v. de Ch. III, var.), some verdigris on the obverse, otherwise very fine

£180-220

Netherlands, Friesland, Egbert II (1068-90), Denar, 0.62g, Emnigheim, +ECBERTVS, crowned head facing, rev. +EMNICHEM, busts of Simon and Judas facing, cross above (Dbg. 529; v. de Ch. VIII, 3), very fine

£180-220

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Peus, November 1969 1673

Netherlands, Utrecht, Bishopric, Bernulf (1027-54), Denar, 1.01g, Deventer, head of bishop facing, rev. cross with pellets in angles (v. de Ch. I, 2 var.), very fine for this issue

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, April 1996

1676

1675

1674

1677 1674

Netherlands, Utrecht, Willem van Pont (1054-76), Denar, 0.65g, +VVILHEMVS, bust right with crosier, small anchor in left field, rev. +HENRICVS RE, crowned head facing (v. de Ch. III, 6), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, October 1987 1675

Netherlands, Utrecht, Willem van Pont (1054-76), Denar, 0.57g, Utrecht, +MILHC[...], half-bust of Bishop facing, rev. [...]TCEIAR[...] above city wall (v. de Ch. XXII, 1), good fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 8 December 1988 1676

Netherlands, Utrecht, Willebrand van Oldenburg (1227-33), Denar, 0.63g, +WIL[BRAND], bust facing, rev. +TRAIECTVM, cross (v. de Ch. VIII, 1 var.), very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Glendining sale, 17 November 1982, lot 100 1677

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Jean II (1294-1312), Gros, 4.04g, Antwerp, shield, rev. +NOMEN DOMINI NOSTRI SIT BENEDICTVM, in outer circle, +MONETA ANTWP, in inner circle, cross (de Mey 163, var.; de W. XIII; Vanhoudt G222), very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Bank Leu, 21 January 1971 117

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1678 1678

1679

1680

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Jean III (1312-55), Gros or Plaque, 2.22g, +MONETA: NOVA: BRABANCIE, lions in four quarters, rev. +LOT: BRAB: LEMB: AC: MARCIO: IMPERII, in outer circle, IOH’: DEI: GRA: DVX, in inner circle, cross (de Mey 186; de W. XV, 344), slightly ragged edge, otherwise very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, December 1971 Ex. Thompson 1679

1680

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Jean III (1312-55), Gros, 4.04g, Antwerp, +MONETA ANDWP’, castle, rev. +BNDICTV: SIT: NOME: DNI: NRI: HV: XPI, in outer circle, +IOH’. BRABAN. DVX, in inner circle, cross (de Mey 179; Vanhoudt G261; de W. XIV, 337), very fine

£200-250

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Jean III (1312-55), ½-Gros, 1.90g, Antwerp, +MONETA. NRA. ANTWRP’, crown bust facing, rev. +BENEDICTV: SIT: NOMEN: DNI: NRI, in outer circle, SIG-NUM-CRV-CIS, cross (de Mey 197; de W. XVII, 376), very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, December 1971 Ex de Mey sale

1681 1681

1682

Netherlands, Brabant, Jean III (1312-55), Gros St Pierre, 3.55g, Louvain, + S PETRVS LO - VANIENCIS, St Peter holding book and key, above shield, rev. + I DVX LOT BRA LEB ET MARCIO, cross fleury (de May 201), extremely fine, attractive old cabinet toning

1683

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

H.H. The Prince de Ligne, Sotheby, 17-18 June 1976, lot 91, £100 1682

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Jean III (1312-55), Lion Gros, 3.90g, Brussels, MONETA in outer circle, I-O’. DV359), nearly very fine

BRABAN’, lion left, rev. +BNDICTV: SIT: NOME: DNI: NRI: IHV: XPI, X. LO-T’. BR-AB’., in inner circle, cross (de Mey 203; de W. XVI,

£80-120

PROVENANCE:

Peuss sale 272, November 1969 1683

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Jean III (1312-55), billon ½-Gros, 2.27g, +MONETA: NOVA: RABANTIE, shield, rev. +I. LOT: BRAB: LEMB: DVX: ANCIO, in outer circle, SAC-RI.INBE-RII, in inner circle, cross (de W. XV, 348, var.), good fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Albuquerque, 1986

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1684

1684

1685

1685

1686

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Jeanne and Wenceslas (1355-83), Nouvelle Tourelle, 1.30g, Louvain, MO-NETA: NOVA. .LOVANIEN’, shield, castle above, rev. +WENCEL Z: IOH’: DEI: GRA: BRAB: DVC, cross fleury (de Mey 237; de W. XIX, 403), spot of verdigris on reverse, otherwise very fine

£200-300

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Charles the Bold (1467-77), Double Briquet, 3.05g, 1475, Antwerp, +KAROL: DEI: GRA: DX: BG: BRA: Z: LI’, hand mint mark at end of legend, two lions facing, rev. SALVV: FAC: PPLM: TVV: DRE: A (pellet) [1475], shield on cross fleury (VGH 34-1; de W. XXVII, 507), nearly very fine

£80-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, March 1972 Glendining sale, 1 December 1955, lot 221

1686

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Maria of Burgundy (1477-82), Double Briquet, 3.04g, 1478, Antwerp, +MARIA: DEI: G’: DVCISS: BG’: BR’: Z: LI’, hand mint mark at end of legend, two lions facing, rev. SALVV: FAC: PPLM: TVV: DRE: A (pellet) [1478], shield on cross fleury (VGH 39-1; de W. XXVII, 516), fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, October 1995

1688

1687 1687

Netherlands, Brabant, Duchy, Philip the Handsome (1494-1506), Toison d’Argent, 3.45g, 1496, Antwerp, PH’S* DEI* GRA* ARCHID* AVSTE* DVX* BG’* B, crowned shield on cross fleury, rev. INCIVM* SAPIENCIE* TIMVR* DOMINI* ANNO* 1496, golden fleece (VGH 110-1; de Mey 85; de W. XXXV, 605), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Bank Leu 1688

Netherlands, Looz, Arnold V (1279-1323), Gros Tournois, 4.09g, Hasselt, +MONETA rev. +INOMIN E: DOMINI: NRI: DEI: IHV: XPI, in outer circle, +ARNOLDVS circle, cross (v. de Ch. XX, 5, var.), extremely fine

HASSELT, castle, COMES, in inner

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, January 1974

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1689 1689

1690

1691

Netherlands, Rummen, Arnold d’Orey (1355-70.), Lion Gros, 3.07g, +MONETA +RUMEN’, lion left, rev. ARN-O’ QV-C. DO-MNI’., in inner circle, cross (Vanhoudt G2207; v. de Ch. XXIII, 4, var.), fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

H.H. The Prince de Ligne, Sotheby, 17-18 June 1976, lot 99, illustrated (wrongly described) 1690

1691

Netherlands, Rummen, Jean II de Wesemael (1427-35), Gros, imitating a Blanc Guenar, 2.64g, +IOHANS: DG: WESMA: DS: RVM, shield, rev. +SIT: NOME: DNS: BENEDICTV, cross with crowns and lis in angles (Lucas 31; Vanhoudt G2031; v. de Ch. XXIV, 1, var.), some verdigris, otherwise very fine

£120-150

Netherlands, Rummen, Jean II of Louvain, known as Jean Tristan (1285-1309), Gros Tournois, 3.59g, IOH’S. DE LOVANIO, in inner circle, cross, rev. +MONETA. RVTNES, castle (EPS, p. 1106), fine, rare

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from E.R.D. Elias, March 1982

1692 1692

1693

Netherlands, Liège, Adolphe de la Marck (1313-44), Gros, 3.54g, Liège, +ADVLPHVS: DEI. .GRA. LEOD’. EPS, eagle facing right, shield below, rev. +BHDICTV: SIT: NOME: DHI: NRI: IHV: XPI, in outer circle, +MONETA: LEODIEN, in inner circle, cross (de Ch. 225; Dengis 534; Vanhoudt G921), good fine

1694

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Franceschi, April 1972 1693

Netherlands, Liège, Adolphe de la Marck (1313-44), 2/3 Gros, 2.60g, Avroy, +ADVLPHVS: EPVS LEODNS, eagle facing right, rev. +MONETA (eagle) AVROTENSIS, cross fleury (Dengis 540, type A; de Ch. 230; Vanhoudt G925), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Franceschi, 17 September 1972 1694

Netherlands, Liège, Adolphe de la Marck (1313-44), 2/3-Gros, 2.50g, Huy, +ADVLPHVS: EPVS LEODNS, eagle facing right, rev. MONETA: NOVA: HOYENSIS, cross fleury (Dengis 546; de Ch. 236; Vanhoudt G931), fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, February 2006

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1697 1695 1695

1696

Netherlands, Liège, Englebert de la Marck (1345-64), Gros au buste, 3.57g, +ENGELB’T: DEI. GRA. LEOD’ EPS, bust facing, rev. +BNDICTV: SIT: NOME: DNI: NRI: IHV: XP, in outer circle, +MONETA: LEODIE’, in inner circle, cross (Dengis 556; de Ch. 242; Vanhoudt G937), good fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, February 2004

1696

Netherlands, Liège, Englebert de la Marck (1345-64), Gros, 3.37g, St Pierre, +ENGELB’TVS. DEI. GRA. LOD ED’, eagle facing right, shield below, rev. +BNDICTV: SIT: NIME: DNI: NRI: IHV: XP, in outer circle, +MONETA: S’. PETRIT, in inner circle, cross (Dengis 558; de Ch. 244; Vanhoudt G940), very fine

£300-350

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Franceschi, April 1972

1697

Netherlands, Flanders, Ghent, local coinage, second period (1180-1220), Petit Denier, 0.423g, +G*A:.N*T, helmeted head left, rev. +GEROLF, cross, pellet in second and third quarter (Ghyssens 257a), very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, June 2000

1699

1700

1698 1698

Netherlands, Flanders, Filips de Stoute (1384-1405), Double lion Gros, 3.95g, +PHILIPP: DEI: G: DX: BVRG: Z: COM: FLAND, lion seated left, shield above, knot in tail of lion, rev. +SIT: NO-ME: DOM-INI: BENE-DICTVM, cross on shield (B. 2241; Vanhoudt G2635; cf. Menadier, p. 154-55), slightly ragged edge, nearly very fine, rare

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Franceschi, October 1972 1699

Netherlands, Hainaut, Margaret of Constantinople (1244-80), Petit Gros au cavalier (⅔ or Demi-Gros, also Baudequin), 2.75g, Valenciennes, + MONETA VALENCENENSIS, knight on horseback, galloping left, rev. + MARGARETA COMITISSA. in outer circle, + SIGNVM* CRVCIS in inner circle, cross with plain angles (Bd. 2091; Ch.19 var.), good very fine, the scarcer variety with the knight riding to left

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Florange, July 1970

1700

Netherlands, Hainaut, Margaret of Constantinople (1244-80), Petit Gros au cavalier (⅔ or Demi-Gros, also Baudequin), 2.61g, Valenciennes, + MONETA VALENCIENSIS, knight on horseback, galloping right, rev. + MARGARETA COMITISSA. in outer circle, + *SIGNVM* CRVCIS* in inner circle, cross with crescents in angles (Bd. 2087; Ch.13;), good very fine PROVENANCE:

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1702

1703

1701 1701

Netherlands, Hainaut, Albert of Bavaria (1389-1409), Plaque (Double Gros à l’aigle), 3.43g, Valenciennes, ALBERTVS DVX DEI GRA COMES HANONIE, eagle and shield, rev. MONETA HOVA FACIA IN VALENCIENIS, cross fleury (Chalon 118), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vinchon, September 1971 1702

Netherlands, Serain, Waleran II of Luxembourg, Lord of Ligny (1304-53), Sterling, 1.40g, + G:DOMINVS: DE: LINI, crowned head facing, rev. MON-ETA SER-ENE, long cross, three pellets in angles (Mayhew 220b - this coin), parts of legends flat but good very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Aquired from Seaby, August 1968 1703

Netherlands, Serain, Waleran II of Luxembourg, Lord of Ligny (1304-53), Sterling, 1.40g, +GVALER’ DELVSENB, crowned head facing, rev. MON-ETA SER-ENE, long cross, three pellets in angles (Mayhew 224c - this coin), very fine

1704

£80-100

1705 1706

1704

Netherlands, Serain, Waleran II of Luxembourg, Lord of Ligny (1304-53), Two Thirds Gros à l’aigle, 2.485g, + GALLER’ DOMIN’ DE LINY, cross fleury, rev. + MONETA SERERENSIS, eagle (P.d’A -), very fine, rare

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

By exchange, from Paul Divo, 21 January 1970 1705

Netherlands, Élincourt, Guy IV Count of Saint-Pol (1300-17), Petit Gros au cavalier (or Demi-Gros, also Baudekin à la lance), 2.063g, + GVIDO COMES: SCI PAVLI, knight on horseback, galloping right, rev. +MONETA: RECTA: DE: ELINCOVRT in outer circle, +SIGNVM CRVCIS in inner circle, cross (Bd.2058; P d’A 6860), good very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, December 1971 1706

Netherlands, Élincourt, Jean III of Luxembourg (1430-40), Double-Gros cromstert, 3.275g, + IOH’: DG: LVSEMBOVRG: COM: LINEI, lion left, rev. + MONE-TA: NOV-A: EILNCOVRC, long cross, LVCB in angles (Bd.2066; Pd’A 6881 var.), two flan splits, othersise about very fine, scarce

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1709

1708

1710

Netherlands, Crèvecoeur, Jean of Flanders (1313-25), Demi-Gros au Chevalier (Baudekin à la lance), 2.056g, + IOHANNES DE FLANDRIA, knight on horseback left, rev. + MONETA NOVA CREPICORDII in outer circle, SIGNVM CRVCIS in inner circle, cross in centre (Pd’A 6924), very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Franceschi, March 1972

1708

Netherlands, Namur, Jean I de Dampierre (1297-1330), ⅔-Gros, 1.91g, Viesville, +IOHES CONES NA-MVR, knight left, rev. +MONETA: NOVA: VILLENSIS, in outer circle, CRVCIS, cross (B. 2075; de Mey 102; Vanhoudt G2181), very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Franceschi, 17 September 1972

1709

Luxembourg, Ermesinde (1196-1247), Denier, 0.73g, LVSEN-BOR, Countess standing, holding lis, rev. [HA]NRI, shield (Probst L3-1; Weiller 3), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, October 1979

1710

Luxembourg, Henry V (1247-81), Denier, 0.74g, HANRI below horseman galloping left, rev. LVSE-NBOR, tower with head of watchman (de Mey 6; Weiller 5), good fine

£100-120

1711 1712

1711

1713

Luxembourg, Henry VII (1288-1309), Denier, 0.57g, + HENRICVS; COMES, cross, rev. LVCE-NBVRG-ENSIS, shield (BV 16; de Mey 16; Weiller 15), very fine, scarce

£200-240

PROVENANCE: H. H. The Prince de Ligne, Sotheby, 17-18 June 1976, lot 272

1712

1713

Luxembourg, Wenceslaus II, king of Bohemia, First reign, (1383-88), Blanc Gros, 3.058g, + WENCEL. BOEMIE. REX. AC. LVC. DVX., cross, rev. + MONETA. NOVA. LVCEBVRGENS, crown over shields of Bohemia and Luxembourg (BV 162; Weiller 151), very fine

£80-100

Luxembourg, Wenceslas II, First reign (1383-88), Gros, 3.013g, + WENCEL ROMANOR Z BOEM REX, eagle, rev. + MONETA NOVA LVCENBVRGE, large crown over shield (BV.165; de Mey 167; Probst 163.1), about extremely fine, attractive cabinet toning

£300-400

PROVENANCE: Peuss auction, February 1972, lot 441

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1714 1714

1715

1716

Luxembourg, Josse of Moravia (First reign, 1388-1402), Gans or Gros, 2.862g, IODOC’ MARCH’ Z: DHS’. MORAVIE, shield in trefoil, rev. BHDICT’. SIT HOMEN: DHI’ IHV. XPI in outer circle, MON-ETA: LUC-EHB in inner circle, long cross (BV 168; de Mey 170; Serrure 146; Weiller 157), good very fine

£120-160

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Jan Lis, September 1971 1715

Luxembourg, Josse of Moravia (Second reign, 1407-10), Gros, 2.73g, +IODOE’. MARCH’. Z DNS: MORAV’., shield on Lion of Luxembourg, rev. + MONETA: NOVA: FCA’. LVCENB’., cross, stars in angles (BV 175; de Mey 177; Serrure 152; Weiller 164), good very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

H. H. The Prince de Ligne, Sotheby, 17-18 June 1976, lot 296/7 1716

Luxembourg, Wenceslas II (second reign 1411-12), Gros, 2.525g, + WENCEL’. ROMANOR’ REX Z BOE;, shield on Lion of Luxembourg, rev. + MONETA: NOVA: FCA LVCENB;, cross, stars in angles (BV 178; de Mey 180; Serrure 155; Weiller 169), lightly creased, about very fine, scarce

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

H. H. The Prince de Ligne, Sotheby, 17-18 June 1976, lot 298 (illustrated)

1717 1717

1718

1718

1719

Luxembourg, Anthony of Burgundy and Elizabeth of Görlitz (1412-19), Gros, 2.861g, ANTHO’. DI. GRA. BRAB’. Z. LIMB’. DVX, shield on Lion of Luxembourg, rev. + MONETA: DV’. BRAB’. FCA’. LVCEMB, cross, lis and lions in angles (BV 182; de Mey 184; Surrure 160), very fine

£120-180

Luxembourg, John of Bavaria and Elizabeth of Görlitz (1419-25), Gros (Beyersgroschen), 2.417g, + IOH’* DVX* BAVAR Z *FILIVS* HOL, shield on eagle, rev. MONET-A* NOVA FEC’* L-VCEMB, shield on long cross (de Mey 194; Probst L-192-1; Weiller 182), very fine

£140-180

PROVENANCE:

H. H. The Prince de Ligne, Sotheby, 17-18 June 1976, lot 308 (part) 1719

Luxembourg, John of Bavaria and Elizabeth of Görlitz (1419-25), Half-Gros (HalfBeyersgroschen), 1.25g, +IOH’ DVX BAVAR’ Z FILI’. HO’, shield, rev. MONE-NOVA.-LUCE’BVRG:, shield on long cross (de Mey 195; Weiller 183), about very fine PROVENANCE:

H. H. The Prince de Ligne, Sotheby, 17-18 June 1976, lot 308 (part)

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1721

1720 1720

1722

Luxembourg, Wenceslas I (1353-83), Blanc Gros, 3.024g, + WENCEL. DEI. GRA. LVC. BRAB DVX, cross, rev. + MONETA. NOVA: LVCEBVRGENS, crown over shields of Bohemia and Luxembourg (BV 149; de Mey 151; Serrure 133; Weiller 147), good very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, May 1985 1721

Germany, Werden, Abbot Wilhelm II von Hardenberg (1310-30), Denar, 1.86g, +WILHELM A[BBAS WERDIN], bust of abbot facing, between two towers, rev. [MONETA W]ERDENCIS, crowned bust facing (Grote 2), fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, February 1997

1722

Germany, Werden, Abbot Wilhelm II von Hardenberg (1310-30), Denar, 1.27g, +WILHELM A[BBAS WERDIN], bust of abbot facing, between two towers, rev. [MONETA W]ERDENCIS, crowned bust facing (Grote 3), very fine

1723

£150-200

1725 1724

1723

Germany, Werden, Abbot Wilhelm II von Hardenberg (1310-30), Denar, 1.19g, +WILHELM ABBAS: WERDIN, bust of abbot facing, between two towers, rev. +MONETA WERDIN, crowned bust facing (Grote 3), good very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Münz Zentrum auction XXIII, November 1975 Ex Kirsch-Cahn collection, 1912 1724

Germany, Brandenberg, Otto I (1170-84), Bracteat, 0.97g, BRANDE - BVRGENSIS, Margrave seated on a wall, holding sword and banner, OT - TO in field (Bahrf.39; Slg. Lobbecke 429), very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Sternburg, September 1969

1725

Germany, Goslar, Hermann von Luxemburg (1081-88), Denar, 1.09g, [HE]RMANNVS crowned bust facing, rev. [SISS]I ON SEVO-[A], nimbate busts of St Simon and Judas (Dannenberg 676a), ragged edge, very fine

R[EX],

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, December 1969 Ticket states ‘see also Dannenberg page 794 and Friedenburg sale lot 1069’

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1726 1726 (x2) 1726

Germany, Corvey Abbey, Sterling, 1.34g, +SCS VITVS MON, facing head, rev. +SCS cross, four pellets in each angle (Chautard 396 var.), very fine, rare

DEPHAVS D,

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from JDB, October 1980

1727

1727 (x2) 1727

Germany, Heinsberg, Dietrich III (131-61), Gros, 2.04g, Gangelt, THEO. DSDHENSB, King seated on throne, rev. +MONETA: IN: GANHEL SIG CR, cross fleury, very fine, rare

£350-400

1728

1728 (x2) 1728

Germany, Schönforst, Reinhard I (1358-91), Double Schilling, 3.39g, REINARD DE SCHONEVORST, King seated on throne, rev. [...] VINCIT: XPC: REGNAT: XP’C: INP G, in outer circle, +MONETA: SCHONVORST, in inner circle, cross (Menadier 3a), scraped above and below the king and some flat areas in legend on reverse, elsewhere the detail very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

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1729

1729 (x2) 1729

Germany, Schönforst, Reinhard I (1358-91), Gros, 2.64g, REINARD DE SCHONEVORST, shield, rev. +MON-ETA SCO-NVO’, in inner circle, long cross (Menadier 5a), edge crack between 3 and 4 o’clock and at 8 and 9 o’clock, very fine, rare

£600-700

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, March 1974 Ex Schulman Ex W. Grantley (3788)

1730 1730

1731

Germany, Kleve, Johann I (1347-68), Gros, 2.84g, Wesel, +IOHANNES: COMES: DE CLEVE, shield, rev. +BNDICTV: SIT: NOMEN: D[NI: N]RI: IH[..], in outer circle, +MONETA: WESEL, cross (Noss 46g), ragged edge, otherwise good fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, September 1979 1731

Germany, Kleve, Johann I (1347-68), Gros, 2.76g, Kalkar, +IOHANNES: COMES: DE CLEV, shield, rev. BNDICTV: SIT: NOMEN: DNI: NRI: IHV: XPI, in outer circle, +MONETA: CALREN, in inner circle, cross (Noss 48a/47c), nearly extremely fine, rare

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Franceschi

1732 1732

Germany, Kleve, Johann I (1347-68), Gros, 2.91g, Büderich, +IOHANNES: COMES: DE rev. +BNDICTV: SIT: NOMEN: DNI: NRI: IHVP, in outer circle, +MONETA: (Noss 52, var.), edge split at 7 o’clock, good fine

CLEV, shield, BVDRIC, cross

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1735 1734

1733 1733

Germany, Kleve-Mark, Johann II (1481-1521), Stüber, 2.46g, 1490, Wesel, +IOHS’. DVX. CLIVENS’. Z. CO. MARK, shield, rev. MO’. NO’ WESA-LIE. MC-CCCXC, shield over cross (Noss 163), some verdigris, edge chip between 9 and 10 o’clock, otherwise very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Jan Lis, October 1989 1734

Germany, Kleve-Mark, Johann II (1481-1521), Stüber, 2.70g, [14]86 (in roman numerals), +IOHS’. DVX. CLIVENS’. Z. CO. DE. MARK, swan, shield to the left, rev. M* [....]86 ANNO, cross fleury, C-L-I-V’ in angles (Noss 187), good fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Künker, 1984 1735

Germany, Jülich, Gerhard (1297-1328), Köpchen, 0.45g, GERADVS CONES IV, bust left, rev. IN-NOH-INI-DNI cross with flowers in angles (Noss 4g), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, September 1973 Ex Kallenberg collection

1736 1737 1736

1738

Germany, Jülich, Gerhard (1297-1328), Pfennig, 0.80g, GE RARDV. S COME, lion shield, rev. IN-NOH-INE-DNI, I-V-L-E divided by long cross (Noss 6a), minor spots of verdigris on obverse, very fine, very rare

£300-350

PROVENANCE:

By exchange from Mr Winkler, 5 May 1974 1737

Germany, Jülich, Wilhelm II (1361-93), Eagle Gros, 2.11g, Düren, +WILHELMVS: DVX: IVLIACENSIS:, lion shield, rev. (lion) MONETA: DVRENSIS: CIVITAS:, eagle (Noss 59), minor edge chip at 8 o’clock, nearly very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

A&H auction XXI, December 1974, lot 452 Ex Slg. Fürstenberg, 1932 1738

Germany, Jülich, Wilhelm II (1361-93), Tournose, 3.38g, Dülken, (lion) BHDICTV: SIT: NOME: DNI: NRI: DEI: NVXPI, in outer circle, +DVLKENSICIVIS, cross, rev. +TVRONV.S .CIVIS., castle (Noss 67k), very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, September 1973 Ex Kallenberg collection

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1739 1739

1740

1741

Germany, Jülich, Wilhelm II (1361-93), Tournose, 3.32g, Jülich, (lion) BNDICTV: SIT: NOME: DNI: NRI: DEI: NVXPI, in outer circle, +IVLIECENS’ CIVIS:, cross, rev. +TVRONV.S .CIVIS., castle (Noss 85f), fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A&H, September 1973 Ex Kallenberg collection

1740

Germany, Jülich, Wilhelm II (1361-93), Tournose, 3.37g, (lion) BNDICTV: SIT: NOME: IHU: NRI: DEI: NVXPI, in outer circle, +WILHELMVS* DVX, cross, rev. +TVRONV.S .CIVIS., castle (Noss 98a/c), very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A&H, September 1973 Ex Kallenberg collection

1741

Germany, Jülich, William III (1393-1402), Weispfennig, 2.42g, Düren, *WILHEL**MVS* DVX* *IVLIACEN, lion shield, rev. (eagle) MONETA: NOVA: DVRENSIS, eagle shield on cross fleury (Noss 133b), good fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Kölner Münzkabinett, November 1973

1744 1742

1742

1743

Germany, Jülich, William III (1393-1402), Weispfennig, 2.35g, Düren, *WILHEL**MVS* DVX* *IVLIACEN, lion shield, rev. (eagle) MONETA: NOVA: DVRENSIS, eagle shield on cross fleury (Noss 134), good fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, October 2001 1743

Germany, Jülich, William III (1393-1402), Weispfennig, 2.35g, Jülich, *WIL (lion) HEL*-*MVS* DVX* *IVLIACE, lion shield, rev. (lion) MONETA: NOVA: IVLIACENSIS, eagle shield on cross fleury (Noss 143a), very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, September 1977 1744

Germany, Berg, Adolf VII (1259-96), Denar, 1.16g, Wipperfürth, Bishop left, rev. RDE church (Noss 9), good fine, rare

CIVIT,

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, March 1972 129

£350-400


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1745

1745 (x2) 1745

Germany, Berg, Adolf VIII (1308-48), in the name of Louis IV as King (1314-27), Tournose, 3.70g, +TVRONV. S. CIVIS, castle, rev. +BNDICTV: SIT: NOME: DHI: NRI: DEI: IHVXP, in outer circle, +LVDOVICVS. REX, in inner circle, cross (Noss 16), nearly extremely fine, very rare

£1,000-1,500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, December 1972

1746 1746

Germany, Berg, William II (1360-1408), Tournose, 3.31g, +BNDICTV: SIT: NOME: DHI: NPI: IHV: XPI, in outer circle, +WILHELM’: COMES, in inner circle, cross, rev. +TVRONVS. CIVIS, castle (Noss 68), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, December 1974

1747 1747

1748

Germany, Berg, William II (1360-1408), Shield Gros, 2.42g, before 1380, Mulheim, :WILHELM COMES DE MONTERA, shield, rev. +XPC. VICIT. XPC. REGNAT. XPC. IPN, in outer circle, MONETA. MOLM’, in inner circle, shield at beginning of legend, cross (Noss 96), minor traces of verdigris, minor edge chip at 12 o’clock, otherwise very fine

£80-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, June 1970 1748

Germany, Berg, Adolf IX (1408-23), Weispfennig, 2.00g, Mulheim, DE* NOTE, bust of duke facing, holding sword, rev. *MON’ *NOV NOS* 115), very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, November 1975 WWW.SPINK.COM

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ADOLPHVS* DVX* IHE, shield (Noss

£80-120


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1749 1749

1750

1752

1751

Germany, Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Frederick I Barbarossa, as Emperor (1155-90), Denar, 1.18g, FRIDERICVS IORPNG, Emperor seated facing, rev. OA CAPVT UVNDI, church with star above (Menadier 33c), very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A&H, February 1978

1750

Germany, Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Frederick II, as Emperor (1220-50), Denar, 1.45g, +FRIDRICH, Emperor seated facing, rev. ERATOR, bust of Charles the Great with castle behind (Menadier 62), very fine

£100-140

PROVENANCE: Bennett sale, 5 October 1972, lot 512

1751

Germany, Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Albrecht I of Austria (1298-1308), Großpfennig, 1.43g, *ALBERT’. ROM. REX, King enthroned, rev. +VR.BS. AQVENSIS. VINCE. S.M., Marienmünster (Menadier 77), very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, May 1985

1752

Germany, Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Ludwig IV of Bavaria, as King (1314-47), Sterling, 1.36g, LVDOVICVS. ROM . REX, eagle at beginning of legend, crowned head facing, rev. MON-ETA-QUE-NSIS, long cross with eagle in second quarter, three pellets in remaining angles (Gamberini 1237; Chautard XXII, 4, var.), good very fine

1753

1753

1754

1754

£100-120

1755

Germany, Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Ludwig IV of Bavaria, as King (1314-47), Sterling, 1.45g, LVDOVICVS ROM . REX, eagle at beginning of legend, crowned head facing, rev. MON-ETA-AQUE-NSIS, long cross with eagle in second quarter, three pellets in remaining angles (Gamberini 1237; Menadier 82; Chautard XXII, 5, var.), two minor edge scrapes between 5 and 7 o’clock, very fine

£80-100

Germany, Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Wilhelm I of Jülich (1356-61), Double-Sterling, 1.92g, +AQVIS: CRAHI CAPVT. INPI, crowned head facing, rev. VRBS-AQVE-REGA-SEDS, long cross, eagle in second quarter, three pellets in remaining angles (Gamberini 1240; Chautard XXII, 8; Menadier 86h), good very fine, scarce

£250-300

PROVENANCE: Münzzentrum auction XXII, December 1974, lot 369

1755

Germany, Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Wilhelm II of Jülich (1361-93), Sterling, 1.35g, :VRBS* AQVENSIS:, church with two towers, rev. :EST-REGA-LIS: S-EDES, long cross, eagle in second quarter, three pellets in remaining angles (Menadier 90), good very fine PROVENANCE: Künker auction, May 1986, lot 25

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1757

1756 1756

Germany, Aachen (Aix-la-Chapelle), Reinhold of Jülich (1402-23), Turnosgroschen, 1.96g, 1422, +ANNO: DOMINI: MILESIMO: CCC: XXII, in outer circle, +MONETA: VRB’. AQVS’, in inner circle, cross, rev. SCS: KAROL: MA-G: IPERATO’, Charlemagne holding church model (Frey 20; Menadier 119; Saurma 2812), very fine, scarce

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased Düsseldorf, October 1970 1757

Germany, Westphalia, Konrad II (1027-39) and Archbishop Pilgrim, Denar, 1.23g, Soest, head right, rev. COIOII, S above and A below, in small letters across the centre SNOS - SAO (Hävernick 852 var.), very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, June 1980

1758 1758 (x2) 1758

Germany, Büren, Berthold the Younger (1258-1306), Pfennig, 0.98g, Dortmund striking, [BE]RTOLDI, King seated facing, holding orb and sceptre, rev. TRIM/ONIA/CIVI, bust in triangle (Spiegel 3a), good very fine, very rare

£300-500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, Novmber 1971. The ticket states ‘very rare - thought only 3 known. This is the specimen illustrated by Spiegel.’

1759 1759

1760

1761

Germany, Duisburg, Konrad II (1024-39), Denar, 1.34g, +CHVON[...] S, crowned bearded bust facing, rev. DIVS-BV-RG cruciform (Dbg. -; Kluge -), very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, October 2002 1760

1761

Germany, Duisburg, Konrad II (1024-39), Denar, 1.20g, crowned bearded bust facing, rev. DIVS-BV-RG cruciform (Dbg. 311), creased, fine

£40-60

Germany, Duisburg, Henry III, as King (1046-56), Denar, 1.42g, +HEIN[R]ICVS R[...], crowned bust facing, rev. CROSS, DI-VS-BV-RG in angles (Dbg. 316), very fine for this issue

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, March 1977 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1763

1762 1762

1764

Germany, Duisburg, Henry IV, Royal period (1056-84), Denar, 1.27g, Imperial mint, [+HE]INRCHVS RX, crowned bust right, sceptre to right, rev. within four circles DI-VS-BVRG, cross at centre (Dbg. 1515), slightly creased, very fine

£400-500

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Warwick, 12 May 1969

1763

1764

Germany, Cologne, Otto I (936-73), Denar, 1.20g, OT[TO R]EX, cross, pellets in angles, S [C]OLONI-A (Hävernick 29a or b), part of legend flat, otherwise very fine

£60-80

Germany, Cologne, Otto I (936-73), Denar, 1.28g, +OTTO REX, cross, pellets in angles, rev. S COLONIA A (Hävernick 34), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A&H, May 1973

1765 1765

1766

1767

1767

1766

Germany, Cologne, Otto I (962-73) or Otto II (973-83), Denar, 1.16g, ODDO+ AVG, cross, pellets in angles, rev. S COLONII-A (Hävernick 64f, var.), very fine

IMP’

£60-80

Germany, Cologne, Otto III (983-96), Denar, 1.17g, ODDO+ REX, cross, pellets in angles, rev. S COLONII-A, edge chip between 4 and 5 o’clock, otherwise good very fine

£100-120

Germany, Cologne, Henry II (1002-14), Denar, 1.43g, crowned head facing, part of legend ...INHIHE... above, rev. COL[...], cross (Hävernick 157), off centre, very fine, rare

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, November 1975

1769

1768 1768

Germany, Cologne, City coinage, Gros, 3.37g, IASPAR. MELCHIO’. BALTHAS, shield, rev. +GROS-SVSCIV-ITATS’-COLONI in outer circle, AGP-PIA-OLI-DCE in inner circle, cross (Noss 10k), very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, May 1971 1769

Germany, Cologne, Archbishop Pilgrim (1021-36) with Emperor Conrad II (102739), Denier, 1.14g, [+CHV]ONRADVS IMP, PI-LI-GR-IM divided by cross, rev. [SANCTA CO]LONIA, temple building (Hävernick 222g), legend flat in places, very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Senior, August 2001 133

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1770 1770

1771

1772

1773

Germany, Cologne, Archbishop Pilgrim (1021-36) with Emperor Conrad II (102739), mule Denier, 1.21g, PI-LI-GR-N divided by cross, rev. temple building (Hävernick 222/232), very fine, very rare

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Semier, November 2001 1771

Germany, Cologne, Archbishop Pilgrim (1021-36), Denier, 1.30g, + CHVONRADVS crowned bearded bust right, rev. SANCTA COLONIA, temple building with dome surmounted by cross, across front PILI/GRIN (Dbg. 380; Hävernick 232), very fine, rare

IMP,

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, August 1970 1772

Germany, Cologne, Hermann II (1039-56), Denar, 1.50g, c. 1039-46, +CRIS[TIANA divided by cross, rev. [SC]A COLONIA, church facade (Hävernick 278), very fine R]ELIGIO HE-RIM-AN-VS,

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H 1773

Germany, Cologne, Hildolf (1076-79), Denar, 1.37g, +NITOLFVS [AR]CHIEPS, bust facing, rev. +SANCTA COLONIA, city wall (Hävernick 360), legends flat in parts otherwise extremely fine

£100-140

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, August 1978 Ex. Bonhoff sale II, Peuss, June 1978, lot 2425

1774

1775 1776

1774

Germany, Cologne, Philipp von Heinsberg (1167-91), mule Denar, 1.34g, HIATPC Archbishop seated facing with mitra, crosier and flag, rev. EIACOTONIA [PA]CIIAI, city wall (Hävernick 506/549 = 571), very fine

EPISCOP,

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Philips, November 1987 1775

Germany, Cologne, Heinrich von Molewark (1225-38), Denar, 1.43g, HEINRIC’ ARCIPPSC, Archbishop seated facing, rev. SAN[CTA COLONI]A, bust facing, city towers behind (Hävernick 651), fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Gallerie de Monnaies, 14 June 1972 1776

Germany, Cologne, Walram von Jülich (1332-49), 10-Pfennige, 2.52g, c. 1336, Bonn mint, WALRA. ARC-HIEPS. COL’, Bishop seated facing, holding crozier and Gospels, rev. +SIG: ECCE: SCI: CASSII: BVNEN, cross fleury (Hävernick 42), edge split at 7 o’clock, fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Künker sale, May 1986 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1777 1777

1778

1779

Germany, Cologne, Walram von Jülich (1332-49), Gros, 3.80g, Deutz, WALRAM: ARCHIEPCS: COLONIE, facing bust, rev. +XPC: VICIT: XPC REGNAT: XPC INPAT, in outer circle, +MONETA TVRCIEN, in inner circle, cross (Noss 61), good very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, August 1968 Ex. Winstanley

1778

Germany, Cologne, Walram von Jülich (1332-49), ⅓ Tournose, 1.33g, Deutz, +WALRAM: ARCHIEPCS: COLNE, bust facing, rev. +XPC: VICIT: XPC: REGNAT XPC IRAT, in outer circle, +MONETA: TVCIEN, in inner circle, cross (Noss 62), edge chip between 1 and 2 o’clock, good fine, rare

£120-150

PROVENANCE: Münzzentrum sale 60, October 1986. lot 158 Ex. Meyer collection

1779

Germany, Cologne, Walram von Jülich (1332-49), Cassius Gros, 3.50g, Bonn, *WALRA’ ARCHI’*, facing bust, rev. +BHDICTV: SIT: HOME: DHI: NRI: DEI: IHV XPI, in outer circle, +MONETA BVNENS, in inner circle, cross (cf. Noss 67ff), good fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE: Exchanged with Ian Stewart (Lord Stewartby), 1968

1780 1780

1781

1782

Germany, Cologne, Wilhelm von Gennep (1349-62), Double Schilling, 3.91g, c. 1356, Bonn, WILLEMVS: AR-EPVS: COLONIE, Bishop seated facing, rev. +XPC: VINCIT: XPC: REGHAT: XPC IHPE, in outer circle, +MONETA: BVNENSIS, cross (Noss 101), edge crack at 4 o’clock and minor one at 6 o’clock, otherwise very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE: Münzzentrum sale 60, lot 163, October 1986 Ex. Meyer collection Ex. Lückger collection

1781

Germany, Cologne, Wilhelm von Gennep (1349-62), Schilling, 1.89g, c. 1357, Riel, +WILHELM: SCE: COL: ECCE: ARCHIEP’, in outer circle, MON-ETA-RIL-ESIS, in inner circle, cross, rev. BEAT’: PET: SCE: COL: ECCE: PAT, St Peter standing holding key, shield below (Noss 117d/b var.), small edge cracks at 6 and 7 o’clock, otherwise very fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, April 1977

1782

Germany, Cologne, Engelbert von der Mark (1364-68), Double Schilling, 2.54g, c. 1366, Deutz, E-NGELB’TVS ARCP’S: COLON’, Bishop standing facing, shield below, rev. MONE-TA: TV-YCIE NSIS, cross fleury, flanked by crowns (Noss 129), nearly extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Münzzentrum sale, 60, October 1986 135

£300-400


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1784

1783 1783

1785

Germany, Cologne, Kuno von Falkenstein, as Administrator (Second period, 137071), Weisspfennig, 2.51g, Deutz, CVNO: AREPVS: TREVEREN-, St Peter standing facing within gothic arch, coats-of-arms of Saarwerden and Cologne above, rev. +ADMIST: ECCE: COL’: MONETA: TVYCI, coat-of-arms of Cologne-Trier (Noss 152i), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, June 1969 1784

Germany, Cologne, Friedrich von Saarwerden (1370-1414), Weisspfennig, 2.37g, Bonn, FRIDICVS: AREPVS COLON, St Peter standing facing, shield below, rev. +PERYTALARCN: MONETA: BVNEN, shield (Noss 189), good very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, c. 1968 1785

Germany, Cologne, Friedrich von Saarwerden (1370-1414), ½-Weisspfennig, 1.07g, Riel, FRIDERIC. A REPSCOLON?, St Peter seated facing, shield below, rev. MON-ETA-RYL-ENS, cross, three pellets in each quarter (Noss 195), good very fine, rare

£150-180

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, August 1968 Ex. Winstanley

1787

1786 1786

Germany, Cologne, Friedrich von Saarwerden (1370-1414), Weisspfennig, 2.39g, Riehl, FRIDICVS: AREPVS COLO, St Peter standing facing, two shields above, rev. +PERYTALARCN: MONETA RYL’, shield (Noss 198b), extremely fine, rare

1788

£80-120

PROVENANCE:

Peuss sale 272, November 1969 1787

Germany, Trier, Bruno (1102-24), Denier, 0.81g, bare headed bust to left holding crozier, rev. facing head of angel between wings (Weiler 104), weakly struck, about very fine, rare

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, January 1971 1788

Germany, Trier, Bruno von Lauffen (1102-24), Denar, 0.86g, Koblenz, +BRVNNO EPS, Archbishop standing facing, rev. CONFLVENTA, church (Weiler 120), some verdigris, very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, November 1977

WWW.SPINK.COM

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1789 1789

Germany, Trier, Arnold von Niederrhein (1169-83), Denar, 0.82g, bust left, rev. five towers (Weiler 140), fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Sotheby, 2 May 2001 Ex. Reuther von Meyl collection

1790

1790 (x2) 1790

Germany, Trier, Bohemund II von Warsberg (1354-62), Double-Schilling, 3.66g, Koblenz, c.1359, BOEMVDVS ¡ - EP VSTREVEN, Archbishop enthroned, holding long cross and book, rev. XPC: VINCIT: XPC: REGNAT: XPC: INPERAT in outer circle, + MONETA: CONFLVENS in inner circle, cross (Noss 4), very fine, rare

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Franceschi, October 1972

1791 1791

1792

Germany, Trier, Kuno II von Falkenstein (1362-88), Tournose, 3.15g, Koblenz, CONO ARCHIEPISCOPVS: TREVERN, shield in tressure of six arcs, rev. MONETA COBFLV, in inner circle, cross (Noss 85a), very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, October 1971 1792

Germany, Trier, Kuno von Falkenstein (1362-88), as Administrator of Köln (137071), Tournose, 3.13g, Trier, CONO : ARCHIEPISCOPVS: TREVER, shield in tressure of six arcs, rev. + ADMINISTRATOR: ECCE: COLONIE in outer circle, MONETA: TREVER, in inner circle, around cross (Noss 162a), about very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, Cologne, October 1971 137

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1795 1793 1793

1794

Germany, Trier, Kuno von Falkenstein (1362-88), 11⁄ 2 -Schilling or 18-Pfennige, 2.16g, Trier, CONO ARCHEPS TREVERNS, shields at beginning and end of legend, St Peter standing in arch, rev. PER: CAL: ARCAN: MONETA: TREVERE, shield (Noss 166), very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Peuss auction 272, November 1969 1794

Germany, Trier, Kuno von Falkenstein (1362-88), Double Schilling, 2.18g, Trier, CVNO AREPVS TREVEREN, St Peter standing under arch, rev. MONET-A. TREVE around shield and crossed keys (Noss 174), very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, September 1989 1795

Germany, Prüm, Abbey, in the name of Henry III (1039-56), Denar, 1.22g, HE[NRI]CV CA[..]AR, crowned bust left, rev. bust of Christ, dividing A-W (Dbg.1189 var.), parts of the legend flat, very fine, rare

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, October 1975 Ex Bennett collection

1797 1798 1796 1796

1797

Germany, Erfurt, Heinrich I von Harburg (1142-58), Bracteat, 0.918g, ERPES FORDI, St Martin holding cruzier and book above wall with to towers, pellet below book, the Archbishop and HENRC below (Slg. Bonhoff 1087; MdeH 878; von Gotha 85i), a full coin, soft strike, the pellet beneath the book visible but not the ring, very fine

£250-300

Germany, Limburg, Wilhelm I (1401-57), Pfennig, 0.69g, 1420-30, Hohenlimburg, WILM CO DE LIMB, King facing, holding sword and shield, rev. *MONETA LIMBOR’, rose (Berghaus/Spiegll 33, var.), good very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, October 1992 1798

Germany, Saxony, Meissen and Thuringia, Friedrich II, the Good (1428-64), Judenkopfgroschen, 2.75g, Freiberg, bust left, rev. shield in quadrilobe (Krug 767/4), very fine PROVENANCE:

Münzzentrum auction 58, lot 5054

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1799 1799

1801

1800

Germany, Augsburg, Bruno (1006-29), Denar, 1.11g, second period, 1009-26, with Henry II (1009-24), BRVNO XESX in a wide cross, pellets and wedges in angles, rev. AVGSTA. CIVIC. temple with VVI (Hahn 147a.1), small edge split at 7 o’clock, otherwise extremely fine, with old collection number 1027 in ink on obverse

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from P Finn July 1998 Chown collection Bonhoff collection part I, Peus 293, 27-28 October 1977, lot 1882

1800

Switzerland, Geneva, Bishopric, Conrad (1017-31), Denier, 1.29g, +CONRADVE SPS [sic], cross with pellets in angles, rev. GENEVA CIVITAS, temple (B. 1185; Corragioni pl. 48, 15; HMC 1-268a), extremely fine, very rare with this error reverse legend

£250-300

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, March 1976

1801

Switzerland, Geneva, Bishopric, Conrad (1017-31), Denier, 1.43g, +CONRADVS E’S, cross with pellets in angles, rev. GENEVA CIVITAS, temple (B. 1185; Corragioni pl. 48, 15; HMC 1-268a), very fine, rare, another variety of reverse legend

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, October 1995

1802

1802

1804

1803

Switzerland, Geneva, Bishopric, Frédéric (1031-73), Denier, 1.18g, +GENEVA CIVITAS, temple, rev. +FRIDERIC’S EPS, cross (HMC 1-289a), very fine

1805

£180-220

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, August 1978 Grantley Sale 1803

Switzerland, Lausanne, Guillaume de Monthenoy (1394-1406), Denier, 0.81g, +SEDES* LAVSAN, temple, rev. CIVITAS* LAV[SAN] (Dolivo -; HMC 1-495), good fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, December 1996 1804

Vandals, Gunthamund (484-96), ¡ 500-Nummi or 50-Denari, 1.07g, Carthage, DNRXS - VNTHA, diademed and draped bust right, rev. DN in wreath (MEC 1,8; MIB I, pl.42.3), edge chip between 8 and 9 o’clock, otherwise good very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, November 1998 1805

Vandals, 12-Nummi of Carthage, 5.47g, heavy issue, struck 480-523, Carthago standing facing, rev. NXII within laurel wreath (MEC 42; BMC, Vand. 7.8-11), good fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, November 1998 139

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1806

1806

1807

1808

Vandals, 12-Nummi of Carthage, 4.14g, heavy issue, struck 480-523, Carthago standing facing, rev. NXII within laurel wreath (MEC 1.42; BMC Vand. 6.8), edge cracks at 9 o’clock and between 2 and 3 o’clock, fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, June 1999 1807

Vandals, semi-autonimous coinage of Carthage, Æ 42-Nummi, class 2 (c.523-533), 12.23g, KART-HAGO, soldier standing, holding spear, rev. horse left, XLII in exergue (MEC 43; MIB Gelimer, 22), dark patina, very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

William Subjack collection, Vecchi auction 14, 5 February 1999, lot 61 1808

Ostrogoths, Theodahad (534-36), Carthage, Æ Follis of 40-Nummi, 11.43g, DNTHEODA - HATVSREX, crowned bust right, rev. VICTORIA PRINCIPVM, Victory, holding wreath and palm, advancing right, S-C in field (MEC 143), fine, reverse better

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, February 2000

1809

1809

1810

1811

Ostrogoths, Matasuntha (536-40), Queen of Witigis, Half-Siliqua in the name of Justinian, 1.203g, DN IVS[... ]VS PAC, diademed and draped bust right, rev. monogram, cross above, s below, in wreath (BMC 2, pl.x,12 - possibly Ticino; MIBE 53 - Carthage; Ranieri, Ravenna 310), excavated and cleaned, good fine

1812

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, April 2000 1810

Visigoths, in the name of Justinian I (527-65), Tremissis, 1.46g, diademed, draped bust right, cross on breast, garbled legend, rev. Victory advancing right (cf. MEC I, 1934), extremely fine, scarce

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 132, 25 May 1999, lot 329 1811

Visigoths, Sisebut (612-21), Tremissis of Seville, 1.478g, +SISEBVTVS RE., facing bust, rev. +ISPALI PIVS, facing bust (Miles 187 var. with pellet after E only; MEC 1, 232 var.), good very fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, March 1998 1812

Visigoths, Svinthila (621-31), Tremissis of Barbi, 1.40g, +SVINTHILA RE, facing bust, rev. +PIVS BAA’BI, facing bust (Miles 224(c); MEC 1, 235), extremely fine PROVENANCE:

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1814

1815

Visigoths, Svinthila (621-31), Tremissis of Eliberri, 1.39g, +SVINTIL RE, facing bust, rev. +PIVS ELIBER:, facing bust (Miles 227a/-; MEC 1, 237 var.), good very fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, February 1999 From A. Singer

1814

Visigoths, Swinthila (621-31), Tremissis of Toledo, 1.48g, +SVINTHILA REX, facing bust, rev. +TOLETO PIVS, facing bust (Miles 223(a); MEC 1, 242 var.), good very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, March 1998

1815

Visigoths, Swinthila (621-31), Tremissis of Tucci (Martos, near Jaén), 1.25g, +SVINTILA facing bust, rev. +IVSTVS TV:CI, facing bust (Miles 229a/c var.; MEC 1, 243 var.), good very fine

REX,

£250-300

PROVENANCE: R.A. Merson, September 1998 ex M. Philipps ex A. Singer

1816 1816

1817

1819

Visigoths, Sisenand (631-36), Tremissis of Cordoba, 1.23g, +SISENANDVSI, facing bust, rev. +CORDOBA PIVS, facing bust (Miles 267 var.), good very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, January 1971 ex M&M 1968 1817

Visigoths, Egica (solo reign, 687-95), Tremissis of Toledo, 1.27g, +N+ PIN. MN. EGICA bust right, cross before, rev. +TOLETO PICS, cross on three steps, two pellets below (Miles 437 var.), toned, very fine, rare

RIR,

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE:

William Subjack collection, Vecchi auction, 5 February 1999, lot 37 1818

1819

Umayyad of Spain, Hisham II (first reign 976-1009), Dirham, al-Andalus, AH(3)88, citing ‘Amir and Muhammad, Muhammad II (1009), Dirham, al-Andalus, AH400, citing ibn Maslama (A.354.2, 356.2), extremely fine and very fine, the second scarce (2)

£80-100

Spain, Castille, Alfonso VIII (1158-1214), Denaro, 0.867g, ANFVS REX, cross, rev. crowned bust of king left, above castle (H.4/13; VARR 138), good fine, rare

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Vecchi auction, 2 February 1996

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1820

1821 1820

Spain, Castille, Alfonso X (1252-84), Quarter-Maravedi, 1.29g, Burgos, ALFONSVS REX legend in six lines, rev. shield, B above (Heiss 1), extremely fine, rare

£250-300

Spain, Castile and León, Alfonso VI (1072-1109), Dinero (3), Toledo, ANFIIS REX, cross, rev. TOLETIIO, chi-rho, symbols in field, good very fine, another, Toledo, with additional pellet in reverse field (Heiss 1.3), small chip, very fine, another, Leon (Heiss 1-1), good very fine (3)

£50-60

CASTELLE ET LEGIONIS,

1821

PROVENANCE:

First purchased from Seaby, July 1966 Second purchased from Crowther, May 1967 1822

Spain, Castile and León, Urraca (1109-26), Dinero, 0.91g, Leon, VRRACA RSCG, cross, rev. LEO CIVITAS around cruciform Ts and Vs (Castan-Cayon type 3; Heiss 1.2), very fine, very rare

£500-800

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, April 1974 ex Holmes collection

1824

1823 1823

1825

Spain, Castile and León, Pedro I, the Cruel (1350-69), Real, 3.46g, Burgos, + DOMINVS: MICHI: ADIVTOR: ETEGO: DI in outer circle, * SPICIAM: INIMICOS: MEOS in inner circle, crowned P, rev. + PETRVS: REX: CASTELLE; ELEGIONIS, shield in quadrilobe, B below,

annulets in other spandrels (Cayón 1287; cf. MEC 534-536), very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, October 1966 1824

1825

Spain, Castile and León, Pedro I, the Cruel (1350-69), Real, 3.50g, Seville, DOMICHI: ADIVTOR: ETEGO: DISPICI: in outer circle, :AM: INIMICOS: MEOS; ETC: in inner circle, around crowned letter P, rev. + PETRVS: REX: CASTELLE: ELEGINIS:, arms in quadrilobe, s below, annulets in other spandrels (Cayón 1289; cf. MEC 538-41), good very fine

£100-150

Spain, Castile and León, Pedro I, the Cruel (1350-69), Half-Real, 1.76g, Seville, + crowned P, rev. + PETRVS: R: CASTELLE: ELEGIO:, S below castle in quadrilobe (Cayón 1293; cf. MEC 542), good very fine

£100-150

DOMINVS: MICHI: ADIVTOR:,

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1827

Spain, Castile and León, Henry II (1369-79), Real, 3.48g, Burgos + DOMINVS MICHI ADIVTOR ETEGO DI in outer circle, * SPICIAM INIMICOS MEOS in inner circle, crowned EN ligatured, rev. + ENRICVS REX CASTELLE ELEGIONIS, shield in quadrilobe, B below, rosettes in other spandrels, double saltire stops both sides (Cayón 1306; MEC 594), good very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, April 1970 1827

Spain, Castile and León, Henry II (1369-79), Real, Seville, 3.38g, + DOMINVS: MICHI: AIVTOR: EDEGO: DIS: in outer circle, * PICIAM: INIMICOS: MEOS•:• in inner circle, crowned EN ligatured, rev. + ENRICVS: DEI: GRACIA: REX: CASTEL:, shield in quadrilobe, S below, rosettes in other spandrels (Cayón 1313; MEC 597-8), very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, October 1966

1830 1828

1828

1829

Spain, Castile and León, John I (1379-90), Real, 3.48g, Burgos, + DOMINVS MICHI ADIVTOR ETEGODIS, in outer circle, * PICIAM INIMICOS MEOS in inner circle, crown over IOHN, rev. + IOHANIS DEI GRACIA REX CASTELE, shield in quadrilobe, B below, rosettes in other spandrels, double saltire stops both sides (Cayón 1441; MEC 610), good very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, April 1973 Ex T. Thompson collection 1829

1830

Spain, Castile and León, John I (1379-90), Real, 3.48g, Seville, + DOMINVS: MICHI: ADIVTOR: EDEGO: DI, in outer circle, * SPICIAM: INIMICOS: MEO: in inner circle, crown over IOHN, rev. + IOHANIS: DEI: GRACIA: REX: CASTELE, shield in quadrilobe, S below, rosettes in other spandrels (Cayón 1443; MEC 611-614), good very fine

£100-150

Spain, Castile and León, John I (1379-90), Half-Real, 1.534g, Seville, + DOMINVS: crown over IOHN, rev. + IOHANES: REX: CASTELLE, S below castle in quadrilobe (Cayón 1445; MEC 615), good very fine, scarce

£150-200

MICHI: ADIVT,

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from P. Pavlou, May 1999

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1832

Spain, Castile and León, Henry III, the Infirm (1390-1406), Real, 3.47g, Seville, + DOMINVS: MICHI: ADIVTOR: ETEGO in outer circle, * DISPICIAM: INIMICOS: in inner circle, crowned EN, rev. + ENRICVS: DEI: GRACIA: REXCAS, shield in quadrilobe, S below, stars in other spandrels (Cayón 1489; MEC 641), very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

ANA sale, 1965, 800 ptas. 1832

Spain, Castile and León, Henry IV (1454-74), Real, 3.33g, Burgos, + ENRICVS: CARTVS: DEI: GRA: REX: CASTE, crowned bust left, pellet in field behind crown, rev. + ENRICVS: REX; CASTELLE; ENEGIONIS:•, shield in tressure of eight arcs, B at top (Cayón 1587: MEC 675), weak in centres as usual, good fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

ANA sale, 1965, 1025 ptas.

1833 1833

Spain, Castille and León, Henry IV (1454-74), Real, 3.379g, Cuenca, crown over HEN, rev. shield, C above (Cayón 1502), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, October 2002

1834 1834

1835

Spain, Castile and León, Henry IV (1454-74), Real, 3.22g, Seville, + ENRICVS * QARTVS * DEI * GRACIA * REX * C:, crowned bust left in tressure of eight arcs, rev. ENRICVS * REX * CASTELLE * ETLEGIONIS, shield in tressure of eight arcs, S below (Cayón 1595; cf. MEC 678-679), about very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Swiss Credit sale, April 1986 1835

Spain, Castile and León, Henry IV (1454-74), Real, 3.34g, Seville, + XPS * VINCIT * XPS * REGNAT * XPS:, crown over HEN, rev. + ENRICVS * DEI * GRACIA * REX * CASTEL, shield in tressure of eight arcs, S at base (Cayón 1610; cf. MEC 732-734), very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, May 1985 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1837

1838

Spain, Castille and León, Henry IV (1454-74), Real, 3.41g, Toledo, HENRICVS: CARTVS: DEI * GRACIA: R, crowned bust left, rev. + ENRICVS * REX *CASTELLE * ELEGIO, shield in tressure of eight arcs, T at top (Cayón 1596: MEC 680), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, August 1971 1837

Spain, Aragón, Alfonso II (1285-91), Croat, 3.05g, Barcelona, +ALFONSVS DEI GRACIA REX, crowned bust left, rev. CIVI-TAS BA’CH-NONA, long cross, annulet in first and fourth angles, three pellets in second and third (BpT. 14), good very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, September 1973 1838

Spain, Aragón, Jaime II, the Just (1291-1327), Croat, 3.13g, Barcelona, +IACOBVS DEI GRACIA REX, crowned bust left, annulets on collar, rev. CIVI-TASB-ARCH-NONA, long cross, three pellets in first and fourth angles, annulet in second and third (MCE 111-115), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, December 1972

1839 1839

1840

Spain, Aragón, Jaime II, the Just (1291-1327), Croat, 3.12g, Barcelona, +IACOBVS DEI GRACIA REX, crowned bust left, rev. CI:VI-TAS B-ARCH’-NONA, long cross, three pellets in first and fourth angles, annulet in second and third (Badia y Torres type Vc), very fine

1841

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, March 1970

1840

Spain, Aragón, Jaime II, the Just (1291-1327), Croat, 3.20g, Barcelona, +IACOBVS DEI GRACIA REX, crowned bust left, rev. CIVI-TAS B-ARCH’-NONA, long cross, annulet in first and fourth angles, three pellets in second and third (Badia y Torres type VI, 114), good very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, October 1968

1841

Spain, Aragón, Pedro III (IV of Aragón) (1336-87), Croat, 3.112g, Barcelona, +PETRVS: DEI: GRACIA: REX, crowned bust left, rev. CIVI-TAS B-ARCH’-NONA, long cross, three pellets in first and fourth angles, annulet in second and third (Badia y Torres type I, rev. B 211-245)), about very fine

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1843

1844

Spain, Aragón, Pedro III (IV of Aragón) (1336-87), Croat, 3.18g, Barcelona, +PETRUS: DEI: GRACIA: REX, crowned bust left, rev. CIVI-TAS B-ARCH’-NONA, long cross, three pellets in first and fourth angles, annulet in second and third (Badia y Torres type III, rev. B, 253-67), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, April 1968 1843

Spain, Aragón, Pedro III (IV of Aragón) (1336-87), Croat, 3.19g, Barcelona, +PETRUS: DEI: GRACIA: REX, crowned bust left, rev. CIVI-TAS B-ARCH’-NONA, long cross, annulet in first and fourth angles, three pellets in second and third (Badia y Torres type VIII), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased fron Baldwin, March 1970 1844

Spain, Aragón, Martin I (1395-1410), Croat, 3.20g, Barcelona, +MARTINUS: DEI: GRA: REX, crowned bust left, rev. CIVI-TAS B-ARCH’-NONA, long cross, three pellets in first and fourth angles, annulets in second and third (Badia y Torres type IIa), good fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, 31 March 1970

1846

1845 1845

1847

Spain, Aragón, Martin I, the Humane (1395-1410), Real, 3.30g, Valencia, +MARTIN9: DEI: G(R)RACIA(A): REX: ARAG, crowned bust facing, rev. + VALENCIE: MAIORORICARM: SAR, crowned shield (MEC 180-81), double striking in legends, very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

ANA sale, 1965, 1,000ptas 1846

Spain, Barcelona, Alfonso IV (V of Aragón), the Magnanimous (1416-58), Gros, 3.19g, +:ALFONSO: DI: GR’A: REX: ARAGO:, crowned bust left, rev. BARK NONA ROCIL COMS, cross, annulets in first and fourth quarter, pellets in second and third (Cayón 1897; P.d’A 3545), extremely fine

£120-150

PURCHASED: Purchased from Baldwin, February 1967

1847

Spain, Aragón, Ferdinand II (1479-1516), Croat, 3.161g, Barcelona, FERDINANDUS. D. G. REX., crowned bust left, rev. CIVI TASB ARCK NONA, long cross, annulets in first and fourth quarter, pellets in second and third (Badia y Torres type I), about very fine

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1849

1850

Spain, Navarra, Juana I (1274-84), Dinero, 1.17g, +IOHANA REGINA, cross, rev. +DE castle over halfmoon (Castan&Cayon 2083; Dup. 1354; P.d’A 3334), minor edge splits, otherwise good very fine

£200-300

Spain, Navarra, Carlos II, the Bad (1349-87), Real, 3.38g, +NAVAR-RE:REX, bust facing, rev. DNS:M.AIVTOR:N.TIMEBO:PEACH:MICHI:HOMO in outer circle, +KAROLVS:.DEI:GRA+ in inner circle, cross (Castan&Cayon 2085; Dup. 1356; P.d’A 3337), some verdigris around edge, otherwise nearly extremely fine

£300-500

NAVARRA,

1849

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, November 1973 1850

Spain, Navarre, Blanca and Juan I (II of Aragón) (1425-41), Grueso, 2.69g, + I.Z.B: DEI GRA RE: Z: RGA NAVARRE, large crown, rev. + SIT:NOMEN:DOMINE:[BENEDITVM], cross (Cayón 2198; Castan&Cayon 2102; Heiss, pl. 146.2; P.d’A 3349, var.), about very fine, scarce

1852

1853

1851 1851

1852

£200-300

1854

Spain, Fernando II of Aragón, the Catholic (1479-16), as King of Navarra (1512-16), Real-croat, 3.29g, FERDINANDVS: D: G: R: NAVAR:, crowned shield, rev. *:SIT:NOMEN DOMINI:BENEDICTV, cross, F in first and fourth quarter, crown in second and third (Cayón 2299; CCT 89), good very fine

£120-150

Italy, Benevento, Arichis II, as Duke (758-74), ¿ Tremissis, 1.27g, struck 770-74, holding globus cruciger, rev. VITIRV PRINPI, cross above, CONOB below (Biaggi 314; MEC I, 1097), trace of mount on edge, otherwise very fine

£200-250

DNSVI CTORIA, crowned bust facing, potent, A to left, cross of four pellets

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Elsen, April 1999

1853

Italy, Benevento, Grimoald III (788-806), with Charlemagne (788-792), ¿ Tremissis, 1.22g, GRIM + VALD, crowned bust facing, holding globus cruciger, rev. DOMS + CAR RX, cross potent dividing C - R, cross of four pellets above, pellet to either side of base, VIC below (Biaggi 316; MEC 1, 1098), marks on edge, very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, November 1998

1854

Italy, Benevento, Sicard (832-839), Solidus of Justinian II type, 3.38g, SIC ARDV., diademed and draped bust facing holding globus cruciger in right hand, rev. + PRINCI VICTOR, cross potent on three steps, dividing S - I, CONOB below (Biaggi 324; BMC V, 179.3; MEC 1, 1108), marks on edge, very fine

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1855

1856

1857

Italy, Benevento, Louis II and Angilberga (866-71), Denaro, 0.98g, + LVDOVVICVS cross on steps, rev. + ANGILBERGA NP, crosses intertwined (Biaggi 342; MEC 111617), extremely fine INP+,

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

Kunst und Münzen, Lugano, July 1969 1856

Italy, Carolingians, Berengar I, as King (887-915), Denaro, 1.27g, second coinage, 898-900, probably Milan, + BERENGARIVS RX, small cross, pellets in angles, rev. XPISTIANIA RELICO, tetrastyle temple (Biaggi 1391; MEC 1016), very fine

£300-500

PROVENANCE:

W.H. Bennett, Glendining, 4-5 October 1972, lot 471 1857

Italy, Carolingians, Berengar, Emperor (915-24), Fourth coinage, Denaro scodellato, 1.394g, + BERENGARIVS I, small cross, pellets on angles, rev. XPITILIIL RGIO, tetrastyle temple (Biaggi 1391 var.; MER 1020 as Venice?), very fine

£300-500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Patrick Finn Ex J. Chown collection

1858 1858

1859

1860

Italy, Carolingians, Hugh of Arles and his son Lothaire, as joint kings (931-46), Denaro, 1.81g, Pavia, + VGOLOHTARIVS, monogram, rev. DIITIANAREI around PA/PIA (CNI 3; Biaggi 1821; MEC 1025-1026), light x scratched in margin on obverse, very fine

£300-500

PROVENANCE:

From Seaby Ex Holmes collection 1859

Italy, Milan, Henry VI (1191-97), Grosso of 2-Soldi, 2.04g, IMPERATOR around, HE RIC in three lines, rev. MEDIOLANV, cross, wedge in third and fourth angle (Biaggi 1419; CNI 1, pl III, 9; MIR 56/1), good very fine N

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Baldwin’s July, 1967 1860

Italy, Milan, First Republic (1250-1310), Ambrosino of 1½-Soldi, 2.89g, first type, MEDIOLANV, cross, rev. SCS AMBR, St Ambrose seated facing (Biaggi 1424; MIR 65), extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, December 1972

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1862

Italy, Milan, First Republic (1250-1310), Ambrosino of 1½-Soldi, 2.91g, MEDIOLANV, cross with crescents in angles, rev. SCS AM BROSIV, St Ambrose seated facing (Biaggi 1425; MIR 66/3), good very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE: Baldwin’s, August 1971

1862

Italy, Milan, First Republic (1250-1310), Ambrosino of 1½-Soldi, 2.86g, MEDIOLANVM, cross with four trefoils, rev. SCS AM BROSIV, St Ambrose seated facing (Biaggi 1426; MIR 67), extremely fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, June 1968

1863 1863

Italy, Milan, Henry VII of Luxemberg (1310-13), Doppio Ambrosino, 3.74g, +HENRICVS: REX:, cross with trefoil in each quarter, rev. MEDIO LANVM, St Ambrose seated facing, blessing with right hand and holding crosier in left (Biaggi 1433; CNI 10, MIR 72), very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, July 1973

1864 1864

Italy, Milan, Henry VII of Luxemburg (1310-13), Grosso of 1½-Soldi, 2.28g, +:HENRICUS: REX*:, Imperial eagle, rev. +SEMPER: AVGVSTVS*+, cross with trefoils in angles (Biaggi 1435; MIR 75), good very fine PROVENANCE:

Lord Stewartby, September 1976 Ex. P. Grierson collection, 27 June 1961

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1865

1865 (x2) 1865

Italy, Milan, Henry VII, as Emperor (1312-13), Grosso of 2-Soldi (Tornese), 4.17g, .S. GERVASI’ .S.PROTASI’, St Gervasius and St Protasius standing, vertically between the two saints HNRIC’. IPAT, rev. .S.AMBROSI’. MEDIOLANVM., St Ambrose seated facing, blessing with right hand and holding crosier in left (Biaggi 1431; CNI 3; MIR 76), very fine, rare

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

Obtained by exchange from Lord Stewartby, June 1990 Ex. P. Grierson Collection, November 1961

1866 1866

Italy, Milan, Galeazzo Maria Sforza (1468-76), Testone, 7.74g, GALEAZ. M. SF. VICEOS. DVX. MLI. QIT, armoured bust right, annulet behind head, rev. PP. ANGLE. O3. CO. AC. IANVE. D, dragon crested helmet dividing G3/M (Biaggi 1548; MIR 201/2), edge smoothed, about very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, September 2008

1867 1867

Italy, Milan, Gian Galeazzo Maria Sforza, as Regent, and Ludovico Maria Sforza ‘il moro’ (1481-94), Testone, 9.56g, IOCZ. M. SF. VICECO. DVX. MLI. SX., bust of Gian Galeazzo right, rev. LVDOVICVS. PATRVVS. GVBNANS, bust of Ludovico right (CNI 19 pl.IX.17 var.; Crippa 3; MIR 221), light scratches on obverse, very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, August 1965 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1868 1868

Italy, Milan, Giovanni Galeazzo Maria and Lodovico Maria Sforza (1481-94), Grosso of 5-Soldi, 2.85g, undated, IOGZ. M. SF. VICECO. DVX. MLI. SX, dragon-crested helmet, rev. +LVDOVICO. PATRVO. GVBNANTE., facing bust of St Ambrose, dividing S - A (Biaggi 1571; CNI 54. X.1; MIR 223), good very fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, July 1969

1869 1869

1870

1871

Italy, Savoy, Umberto II (1080-1103), Denaro, 1.12g, Susa, +VMBERTVS, plain short cross, pellets in first and second quarters, rev. +SECVSIA, small 6-pointed star with pellet in second and third quarters (Biaggi 2645; MIR 6a -R3), good fine, rare

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, June 1971 1870

Italy, Savoy, Amadeo III (1103-48), Denaro, 0.81g, Susa, ‘A’MEDEVS, annulet at end of legend, cross with pellet in first and second quarters, rev. SECVSI’A’, annulet at end of legend, three pellets in line (Biaggi 2649; MIR 15j), spot of corossion on reverse legend, very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Florange, June 1971

1871

Italy, Savoy, Amadeo IV (1232-52), Denaro ridotto, base silver issue, 0.45g, +AM’ COMES, 6-pointed star, pellet above to right, rev. +SAB[A]VDIE, cross with pellet in second quarter (Biaggi 2320; MIR 33a), slightly ragged edge, fine, rare

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, December 1996

1872

1872 (x2) 1872

Italy, Savoy, Amadeo V (1285-1323), Grosso, 2.27g, Piedmont, +:AMEDS: COMES: SAB’, double-headed eagle, rev. :PED-MON-TEN-SIS, double cross dividing A-M-E-D’ (Biaggi 2325; MIR 45c), minor edge chips, very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, September 1970 151

£600-800


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1873 1873

1875

1874

Italy, Savoy, Edoardo (1323-29), Forte, 0.78g, +EDVARD [CO]M, shield with star above, rev. +D’ [SA]BAVDI, large A flanked by four stars (Biaggi 2332; MIR 53), fine

£40-60

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, April 1976 1874

Italy, Savoy, Amadeo VI (1343-83), billon Forte Escucellato, 1.11g, +COMES: DE: SABAVDIE, large A flanked by four rosettes, rev. IN ITALIA: MARCHIO, shield with four rosettes (MIR 84a; Sim. 14), fine

£40-60

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, June 1974 1875

Italy, Savoy, Amadeo VIII, as Count (1398-1416), billon Obolo di bianchetto, 0.82g, 2nd type of Nyon, +AM[EDE]VS: COM’, shield within quadrilobe, rev. [DE]: SABAVDIE, cross with crosses in angles (CNI 104; MIR 128, var. - obverse 128c, reverse 128f), spots of verdigris, fine

£40-60

PROVENANCE:

Exchanged with Ian Stewart (Lord Stewartby), 1990 Ex Grierson collection R.C. Lockett, Sotheby, 29 February - 1 March, 1956, lot 513 Ex Grantley collection

1877 1876 1876

Italy, Savoy, Amadeo VIII, as Duke (1416-40), Mezzo-Grosso, first type, Nyon, Quarto-Grosso, first type, Turin, and Forte, first type, Chambery (MIR 139, 142, 144), very fine (3)

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Forte, purchased from A. Singer, January 1999 Mezzo Grosso, purchased from Jackson, June 1998 Quarto, Spink auction 65, lot 411 1877

Italy, Savoy, Ludovico I (1440-65), Doppio Bianco, 2.47g, Cornavin, +LVDOVICVS: DVX (flower) SABAVDIE: PR, shield within trifoil, rev. +MARCHIO: IN ITALIA: PRINCEPS, cross within quatrefoil (Biaggi 2416; CNI 42; MIR 161d), good fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, January 1971

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1878 1879 1878

1879

Italy, Savoy, Duke Ludovico (1434-65), Mezzo Grosso, 1.42g, +LVDOVIC’ +D+ SABAV’, coat-of-arms, rev. PRINCEPS: IMPER: ETC, cross with rosettes in angles (Biaggi 2417; MIR 163a; Sim. 8f), fine

£120-150

Italy, Savoy, Amedeus IX (1465-72), billon Parpagliola (Doppio Bianco), 3.07g, +AMEDEVS DVX SABAVDIE CH’, shield within trefoil, rev. +MARCHIO: IN: ITALIA: PRINCEPS, cross within quatrefoil (Biaggi 2434; cf. MIR 188 -obverse var. ending CH’; Sim. 4, var.), edge crack between 1 and 2 o’clock, struck slightly off centre on an irregular flan, fine

£40-60

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, September 1980

1881 1880 1880

Italy, Savoy, Filiberto I (1472-82), billon Parpagliola (Double Bianco), 2.32g, +PHILIBERTVS+ DVX (flower) SABAVDIE, shield within trefoil, rev. +MARCHIO: IN: ITALIA: PRINCEPS, cross within quatrefoil (Biaggi 2445; MIR 201c), ragged edge, minor spots of verdigris, good fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Bank Leu., September 1973 1881

Italy, Savoy, Filiberto I (1472-82), billon Quarto, 0.78g, +PHILIB’TVS. DVX. SABAV, FERT in field, rev. +IN TE. DONE. CONFIDO. GG, cross (Biaggi 2448; MIR 209a), very fine, unusually so for this base issue, rare

£140-180

1882

1882 (x2) 1882

Italy, Savoy, Carlo I (1482-90), Testone, 9.61g, Cornavin, +KAROLVS. D. SABVDIE. MAR. I. ITA. GG, bust right holding sword, rev. +XPS. VINCIT. XPS. REGNAT. XPS. INPER, shield dividing FE-RT (Biaggi 2457; MIR 227c -R3), good very fine 153

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1884

1883 1883

1885

Italy, Savoy, Carlo I (1482-90), billon Parpagliola, 2.45g, +KAROLVS. DVX SABAVD. G. G., shield within trefoil, rev. +MARCHIO: IN: ITALIA: PRINCEPS, cross within quatrefoil (Biaggi 2462; MIR 234c), damage on edge, probably removed from a mount, otherwise very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, September 1971 1884

1885

Italy, Savoy, Carlo I (1482-90), billon Mezzo Grosso, 0.87g, [KARALVS.] B .DVX. S. B [D], helm above shield, rev. +PR[INC]EPS. IN. ITALIA, cross (Biaggi 2464; MIR 236a -R4; Sim. 12/1), fine, rare Italy, Tortona, Republic (1248-1322), Grosso, 1.42g, +.TERDONA., cross (Biaggi 2684; MIR 1026), very fine

INPATOR, FR

£150-200

in field, rev. £200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, December 1977

1886 1886 (x2) 1886

Italy, Chivasso, Thoedore I Palaeologus (1307-38), Grosso Matapan, 1.69g, THEODOR’ S MARTIN’, St Martin and St Theodore standing, MCSh between them, rev. Christ enthroned (Biaggi 613; MIR 378), very fine, rare

£500-700

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, August 1979

1887 1887

1888

Italy, Piedmont, Philip I, Prince of Achaea (1301-07), billon Tornese del principe, 1.14g, Turin, +PHILIP. PRICES, cross, pellet in second quarter, rev. +TORINVS CIVIS, 6pointed star with two pellets (Biaggi 2664; MIR 8), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, January 1971 1888

Italy, Piedmont, Ludovico, Prince of Achaea (1402-18), Mezzo Grosso, 1.92g, Turin, +LVDOVICVS D* SABAVD, shield within quatrefoil, rev. PRINCEPS* ACHAIE* ZC*, cross (MIR 42), edge split at 5 o’clock, good fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, 17 December 1970 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1889

1889 (x2) 1889

Italy, Asti, Commune (1140-1336), Third period, after 1275, Grosso Tornese, 3.663g, +AVE MARIA: GRA: PLENA: DOMINVS: TECVM, inner circle CVNRADVS * II *, REX around central point, rev. +ASTE: NITET:MVNDO: SCÒ: CVSTODE; SECVNDO, inner circle ASTENSIS, large cross (Biaggi 237 var.; MIR 30 var.), rare variety reading MVNDO, extremely fine

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, June 1999

1890

1890 (x2)

1890

Italy, Asti, Commune (1275-1336), Grosso Tornese, 4.01g, +AVE MARIA: GRA: PLENA: DOMINUS: TECUM, in outer circle, *CUNRADUS II, in inner circle, REX in centre, rev. +ASTE: NITET: MVDO: SCO CVSTODE: SECVNDO, in outer circle, +ASTENSIS, in inner circle, cross (Biaggi 237; MIR 30 -R3), light adjustment marks on reverse, very fine, rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, 25 August 1989

155

£800-1,000


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1891

1891

1892

Italy, Genoa (1194-1252), Grosso of 4-Denari, 1.35g, cross (Biaggi 837; MIR 13), good very fine

IANVA,

castle, rev.

CVNRADI REX,

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin’s, January 1972 1892

Italy, Genoa, Simon Boccanegra, Doge I (1339-44), Grosso, 2.90g, + DVX .IANVENSIVM.. PRIMV’., city gate in tressure of eight arcs, C below, rev. +*CONRADVS * REX * R*, cross pattée in tressure of eight arcs (Biaggi 862; MIR 33), good very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Glendining, 14 February 1968, lot 237

1894

1893 1893

Italy, Genoa, Simon Boccanegra, Doge IV (1356-63), Grosso, 2.97g, +DVX IANVENSIVM .QVART.’, city gate in tressure of eight arcs, C below, rev. +*CONRADVS *REX* C*, cross pattée in tressure of eight arcs (Biaggi 865; MIR 39), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, September 1976 1894

Italy, Genoa, Galeazzo Maria Sforza (1466-76), Grosso, 3.54g, :G.S. DUX. MEDIOLA. D. IAN:, city gate with biscione above, rev. +:CONRAD. REX. ROMANO. P:, cross (Biaggi 943; MIR 117), good very fine

£180-220

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from C&A, November 1976

1895 1895 (x2) 1895

Italy, Como, Frederick II (1250-80), Mezzo Grosso, 1.43g, IMPERT FREDERIC, bust right, holding sceptre and flower rev. civitas cvmana, uncrowned eagle right (CNI 39; Biaggi 642; MIR 264/1 var.), good very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 1 January, 1972 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1896 1896

1898

1897

1899

Italy, Bergamo, Frederick II, Grosso of 4-Denari, 1.21g, late 13th century, IMPRT laureate bust right, rev. PGA MVM, church facade surmounted by cross with two towers at sides (Biaggi 352; MIR 17), very fine

FREDERI/CVS,

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Baldwin’s 1966

1897

Italy, Bergamo, City, Denaro planeto, 0.87g, after 1237, IMP[TR] FEDERICVS, laureate bust right within pearled circle, rev. pga mvm, church façade surmounted by cross with two towers at sides (Biaggi 354; MIR 18), about very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, September 1976

1898

Italy, Bergamo, City, Denaro planeto, 0.90g, after 1237, +IMPRT FEDERICVS, laureate bust right within pearled circle, rev. PGA MVM, church façade surmounted by cross with two towers at sides (Biaggi 354; MIR 18), good very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, September 1976

1899

Italy, Bergamo, City, Denaro Imperiale Scodellato, 0.94g, after 1237, IMPTR FEDERICVS, laureate bust right within pearled circle, rev. PGA MVM, church façade surmounted by cross with two towers at sides (Biaggi 354; MIR 18), ragged edge, good very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE: Baldwin’s, April 1971

1900 1900

1901

1902

Italy, Piacenza, Republic, in the name of Corrado II (1140-1313), Grosso, 1.82g, +REGIS SECVNDI, CON RA DI in field, rev. +DE PLACEN., I C.A in field (Biaggi 1912; MIR 1106), extremely fine, rare

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, february 1970 1901

Italy, Cremona, Republic (1155-1330), Grosso of 4-Denari, 1.37g, +IMPATOR, curved F flanked by pellets, rev. CREMONA, long cross pattée, pellets in second and third angle (Biaggi 671; CNI 7; MIR 289), good very fine

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

Swiss Credit sale, 18-19 April 1986 1902

Italy, Reggio d’Emilia, in the name of Nicolo Maltraversi (1233-43), Grosso, 1.38g, +EPISCOPVS, large N in field surrounded by four pellets, rev. +DE REGIO, lis (Biaggi 1983; MIR 1256), nearly extremely fine

157

£200-250


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1903 1903

1904

Italy, Modena, Republic (1226-93), in the name of Emperor Frederick, Grosso, 1.24g, +INPERATOR, F.D.C’. in field, rev. + DE MVTINA, large M in field (Biaggi 1586; MIR 615), edge chip at 7 o’clock, otherwise extremely fine

£140-180

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, 12 January 1974 Ex. Holmes collection 1904

Italy, Bologna, Republic (1191-1337), in the name of Emperor Henry VI, Grosso Bolognino, 1.46g, +ENRICUS., I.P.R.T. in field, rev. +BO. NO. NI., A surrounded by four pellets (Biaggi 362; MIR 1; CNI 19), good very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, August 1986

1905 1906 1905

Italy, Bologna, Taddeo Pepoli (1337-47), Doppio Grosso, 2.65g, +TADEVS DE PEPOLIS, cross, rev. S P DE BONONIA, St Peter standing with keys and book (Biaggi 363; MIR 3), about very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Bank Leu, September 1973 1906

Bologna, City, under the Bentivoglio family (1446-1509), Grossone, 3.25g, BONONIA lion rampant left, holding banner and heptagonal coat-of-arms of the Bentivoglio in field, rev. S. PETRONI DE BONONIA, St Petronius seated facing, holding model of city and crozier (Biaggi 395; MIR 24), very fine

MATER STVDIORV,

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, September 1976

1907 1907 (x2) 1907

Italy, Verona, Otto I of Saxony (962-73), Denaro Scodellato, 1.28g, OTTO INPERATOR, cross encircled, rev. VERO NA, cross encircled (Biaggi 2954), about very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, July, 1993 WWW.SPINK.COM

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1908 1908

Italy, Verona, Republic (1154-1259), Grosso of 20-Denari 1.66g, +CI+ VI +CI+ V:I, VERO-N-A divided by cross, rev. +VE* RO* NA*, CI-VI-CI-V:I divided by cross (Biaggi 2971), extremely fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Florange, September 1970

1909 1909 (x2) 1909

Italy, Trento, Imperial Podesta, in the name of Frederick II (1235-55), Soldo of 12Denari, 1.36g, EPS. TRIDEN., T with three globes, rev. +.IMPATOR. F., cross with two stars and two globes (Biaggi 2688), good very fine

£400-500

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, November 1968

1910

1910

1911

1912

Italy, Trento, Egino of Ulten and Eppau (1248-73), Grosso of 20-Denari or Zwanziger, 1.69g, undated (1255-56), +.EPS. TRIDENTI., bust of Bishop left, raising right hand in blessing and holding crozier in left, rev. +.INPERATOR:, cross and large F (Biaggi 2691; CNTM 46), extremely fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, March 1968 1911

Italy, Mantua, Luigi (1328-60) and Guido Gonzaga (1360-69), Grosso Aquilino, 1.35g, VIRGILIVS, eagle, rev. *DE MANTVA*, cross (CNTM Ma 1; Biaggi 1123; MIR 371), very fine, rare

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, March 1978 1912

Italy, Mesocco, Gian Giacomo Trivulzio (1487-1518), Grosso of 6-Soldi, 3.63g, after 1499, IO. IA. TRIVL. MAR. VIGIE. ET. F. MARE, shield, rev. .SANCTVS GEORGIV, St George and dragon (MIR 982), good very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A&H, May 1971 159

£200-300


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1915

1913 1913

1914

1914

Italy, Ferrara, Ercole I d’Este (1471-1505), Grossone, 3.81g, after 1475, + +IERCVLES. DVX. FERRARIAE, bust left, rev. + *DEVS. FORTITVDO. MEA*, St George and dragon (Biaggi 771; MIR 257), very fine

£200-300

Italy, Padua, Francesco I da Carrara (1325-93), as Lord of Padua (1350-88), bronze medal (struck), 7.55g, four-wheeled wagon, rev. helm (Hill 6), very fine, scarce

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 1985 1915

Italy, Venice, Bartolomeo Gradenigo, LIII Doge (1339-42), Grosso Matapan, 2.14g, .BA. GRADONICO. S. M. VENETI., Doge and St Mark standing facing, holding banner between them, rev. IC - XC, Christ enthroned facing (Biaggi 2814; Paolucci 2), extremely fine

£40-50

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Bank Leu., September 1969

1917

1918

1916 1916

Italy, Venice, Nicolò Tron, LXVIII Doge (1471-73), Lira of 20-Soldi, 6.43g, NICOLAVS TRONVS DVX, bust left, rev. SANCTVS MARCVS, lion of St Mark (Biaggi 2901; CNI 22, pl. V, 22), good fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 1979 1917

Italy, Aquileia, Pellegrino II of Dornberg (1195-1204), Denaro, 1.05g, [A]QVI[LEG]IA. P, Patriarch facing, rev. temple with cross above (Bernardi 8; Biaggi 135), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer Ex. Lamb sale 101 1918

Italy, Aquileia, Bertoldo (1218-51), Denaro con la Beata Virgine, 1.02g, BERTO - LDVS Patriarch seated facing, holding long cross and book, rev. + CIVITAS AQVILEGIA, Virgin with raised hands (Bernardi 16a; Biaggi 141), very fine P,

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, December 1985

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1919 1919

1920

1921

Italy, Aquileia, Gregory of Montelongo (1251-69), Denaro, 0.92g, .GREGORI’ .ELECTVS., Gregorio standing facing, holding Gospels, rev. CIVITAS A-QVILEGIA., St Hermagoras and St Fortunatus standing (Bernardi 18; Biaggi 145), very fine, rare

£200-300

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, December 1985

1920

Italy, Aquilea, Gregory de Montelongo, Patriarch (1251-69), Denaro, 1.13g, GREGORI: ELECTVS, Patriarch standing, rev. +CIVITAS. AQVILEGIA, fleur-de-lis (Biaggi 146; Ber.17, -R3), extremely fine, rare

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, November 2008

1921

Italy, Aquileia, Gregory di Montelongo (1251-69), Denaro, 1.12g, .GREGO. RIV’ .PA., Patriarch seated facing, rev. *AQVI*-*LEGIA*, cross, trefoils in angles (Bernardi 21; Biaggi 148), minor traces of verdigris, minor edge chip at 5 o’clock, otherwise very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Bank Leu, September 1969

1922 1922

1923

1924

Italy, Aquileia, Raimondo della Torre (1273-99), Denaro, 1.16g, RAIMV NDV’ PA, patriarch seated facing, rev. +AQVILEGENSIS, crossed sceptres (Bernardi 30; Biaggi 154), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Bank Leu, September 1969 1923

Italy, Aquileia, Raimondo della Torre (1273-99), Denaro, 1.06g, +RAIMO+ NDV’ PA+, Madonna and child, rev. +AQVILE+ +GENSIS+, eagle left (Bernardi 28; Biaggi 155), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, September 1970 1924

Italy, Trieste, Ulrich of Portis (1233-54), Denaro, 1.02g, VOLRI CVS EP, Bishop seated facing, rev. CIVITAS. TER.GESTVM, sacred banner (Bernadi 12, e1/i3; Biaggi 2720), collector’s number inked on obverse edge, good very fine PROVENANCE:

Munzcentrum, September 1990, lot 1426

161

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1926

1925 1925

1927

Italy, Trieste, Arlongo de’ Visgoni (1254-80), Denaro, 1.10g, ARLON GVS.EP., Bishop seated, rev. +CIVITAS TERGESTUM., dove (Bernadi 188; Biaggi 2724), good fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Bordeaux, June 1987 1926

1927

Italy, Florence, Republic (1189-1532), ¡ Fiorino Vecchio of 1-Soldo, 1.79g, c.1250, +.FLORENTIA., + FLORENTIA., ornate lily of Florence within border, rev. +.IOHANNES.B., facing bust of St John the Baptist, holding cross scepter and raising right hand, all within border (Biaggi 783; MIR 35/3), extremely fine

£100-150

Italy, Florence, Republic (1189-1532), ¡ Fiorino Nuovo of 1-Soldo, 1.66g, c.11821252, + +FLORENTIA, ornate lily of Florence within border, rev. + +S’ IOHANNE :B:, facing bust of St John the Baptist (Biaggi 783; CNI XII, 4; MIR 40), extremely fine

£100-150

1928 1928 (x2) 1928

Italy, Florence, Republic (1189-1532), silver Florin, Guelfo Grosso type of 4-Soldi, 2.46g, c. 1320, +DEET. TIBI. FLORERE XPS. FLORENTIA VERE:, lily, rev. +SANCTVS. IOHANN ES. BAPTHISTA., St John the Baptist seated (Biaggi 793; MIR 54), legends slightly weak in places, otherwise extremely fine and attractively toned

£600-800

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, January 1968

1929 1929

Italy, Florence, Republic (1189-1532), Grosso of 5-Soldi 6-Denari, 2.51g, 1411/I, Georgio Aldobrandini, del Nero, lily, rev. St John enthroned, shield to left (Bern. II, 2213/31; CNI 537, 8; MIR 59/9), very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, October 1998

WWW.SPINK.COM

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1930 1930

1932

1931

1933

Italy, Lucca, Otto IV, ¡ Grosso, 1.75g, early 13th century, +OTTO REX, monogram of Otto, rev. +.S. VVLT’ DE LVCA., crowned head of Christ facing (Biaggi 1062; CNI 12; MIR 114), extremely fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, April 1968

1931

Italy, Lucca, Republic, in the name of Otto IV, as King of Italy (1208-12), Grosso, 1.89g, 13th century, OTTO REX, monogram of Otto, rev. S’ VVLT’ D’LVCA, bust facing (Biaggi 1063; MIR 126), good very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, February 1997

1932

1933

Italy, Pisa, Republic (1194-1216), in the name of Emperor Frederick I, Grosso, 1.48g, + .INPERATOR., F in field, rev. +. CIVITAS., PISA in field (Biaggi 1932; MIR 393), good very fine

£200-250

Italy, Pisa, Republic (1220-50), in the name of Emperor Frederick I, Grosso of 12Denari, 1.69g, + IMPERATOR., F in field flanked by four rosettes, rev. + S’MAR.D.PISIS, Madonna and child (Biaggi 1933; MIR 394), extremely fine, with attractive tone

£300-400

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, Holmes Collection, January 1974

1934 1934

1935

1936

Italy, Pisa, Republic (1220-50), in the name of Emperor Friderick I, Grosso of 12Denari, 1.68g, undated, + IMPERATOR., F in field flanked by four rosettes, rev. + S’MAR.D.PISIS, Madonna and child, star in nimbus (Biaggi 1933; MIR 394/2), extremely fine, attractively toned

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, Holmes Collection, January 1974 1935

Italy, Pisa, Republic (1255-57), in the name of Frederick I, Grosso (Aquilini maggiori), 3.25g, .+.FR:IM - .P.TOR., uncrowned eagle standing left, rev. .PI - SE., Madonna and child (Biaggi 1935; MIR 395), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vecchi, October 1973 1936

Italy, Pisa, Republic (post 1269-70), in the name of Frederick I, Aquilini maggiori, 3.27g, .+.FR. IM .P.TOR:, crowned eagle left, crown below rev. star left to Madonna and child, dividing PI - SE, MP - OV above, (Biaggi 1935; CNI 25-30; MIR 397), very fine PROVENANCE:

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1937

1937

1939

1938

Italy, Siena, Republic (12th century-1390), Grosso, 1.73g, +SENAVETVS, large S surrounded by four pellets, rev. +ALFAETM, cross (CNI 26-28; Biaggi 2538; MIR 483), some verdigris on reverse, good very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, April 1968 1938

Italy, Siena, city, Grosso of 4-Soldi, 2.12g, 1349, +SENAVET +CIVITAS+ VIRGINIS, S surrounded by four stars, rev. +ALF/AEDO +PRICIPIO +ET FINIS, cross (Biaggi 2549; CNI 110; MIR 499/4 -R4), very fine, rare

£500-600

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Bert., February 1972 1939

Italy, Volterra, Bishop Raineri De’ Ricci (1291-1301), Grosso agontano of 20-Denari, 1.71g, +:REPS D’VVLT’, Bishop standing facing, rev. +CX: E: VITORIA. NRA’, cross with star in second and third quarter (Biaggi 3021; MIR 613), good fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, May 1977

1940

1940

1942

1941

Italy, Ancona, Sixtus IV (1471-84), Bolognino, 0.80g, .SIXTVS. .PP. IIII., Papal arms, rev. +.S. P-ETRVS. MARCHIA., shield at beginning of legend, St Peter fishing from a boat (Berman 466; Biaggi 56; Munt. 40; CNI 5), good very fine

1943

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, March 1976 Ex. O.H. collection 1941

1942

1943

Italy, Macerata, autonomous issue (1392-1447), Grosso, 1.08g, .DE.MACERATA, cross, rev. S.IV.LI. ANVS, saint standing facing (Biaggi 1094), flat in centre, about very fine

£40-50

Italy, Macerata, city (1404-47), Bolognino, 0.89g, + .DE. MA. CE. RAT., A in field surrounded by three trefoils, rev. +.SAN. TVS. IV. LI., A N V S surrounding pellet (Biaggi 1095), extremely fine

£80-100

Italy, Recanati, Republic, Bolognino, 0.88g, .DE RECA, shield between annulets at beginning of legend, NETO in field, rev. .S. MARI., shield at beginning of legend, large A surrounded by four pellets in field (Berman 338; Biaggi 1971; CNI 2), good very fine

£120-150

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1944 1944 (x2) 1944

Italy, Rome, Leo IV with Lothaire I (847-55), ¡ Denaro, 1.39g, Rome, + SCS. PETRVS., monogram LEO PA. in field, rev. + HLOTHARIVS, monogram I M P in field, one pellet above, two pellets below (Berman 26; Biaggi 2024; CNI 1; Gariel, p. 325, no. 7, pl. LX 37; Munt. 2, var. 1), a little corroded, otherwise very fine, rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, May 1971 R.C. Lockett, Glendining, 29 February - 1 March 1956, lot 496 (illustrated) C. Corbally Browne, Sotheby, 25 March 1935, lot 801

£500-800

1945 1945 (x2) 1945

Italy, Rome, Stephen V (or VI), with Emperor Charles III (885-88), Denaro, 1.35g, SCS PETRUS, monogram of SEPHAN in field, rev. +CAROLUS MP, monogram of ROMA in field (Berman 42; Biaggi 2033; CNI 1; Munt. 3), small edge crack at 2 o’clock, otherwise good very fine

1946 1946

1947

£400-500

1947

Italy, Rome, Senate, Brancaleone d’Andalò (1252-56), Grosso, 3.41g, Rome, + BRANCALEO. S.P.Q.R, lion left, rev. +ROMA CAPVT MVNDI, Roma seated on throne holding a globe and palm (Biaggi 2083), extremely fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Bank Leu, March 1969

£200-250

Italy, Rome, Senate, Charles of Anjou, First Senatorship (1265-67), Grosso, 3.38g, + KAROLVS.S.P.Q.R., lion left, shield above, rev. ROMA.CAP’ MVNDI., Roma seated on throne facing, holding globe and palm (Berman 102; Biaggi 2088; CNI 76), small edge split at 12 o’clock, edge weak between 6 and 7 o’clock, otherwise nearly extremely fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, September 1969

£150-200

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1948 1948 (x2) 1948

Italy, Rome, Senate, Charles of Anjou (1268-78), Second/Third Senatorship, Grosso rinforzato, 4.07g, + :CAROLVS:REX:SENATOR:VRBIS, lion advancing left, head facing, fleurde-lis above, rev. + ROMA CAPVD:MVNDI: S:P:Q:R:, Roma seated facing, holding globe and palm (Berman 105; Biaggi 2090), about extremely fine, scarce PROVENANCE: Purchased from M. Kapamadji, 1 April 1971

1949 1949

1950

1950

Italy, Rome, Senate, anonymous issue (1256-65), Grosso, 3.44g, SENATVS. P.Q.R, lion left, rev. ROMA CAPVT MVNDI, Roma seated holding globe and palm (Berman 110; Biaggi 2085), about extremely fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Florange September 1971

£250-300

Italy, Rome, Senate, anonymous issue (1265-1303), Mezzo Grosso, 1.43g, SENAT P (branch) OPVLOR, St Paul standing facing, rev. ROMAN (branch) PRICIPE, St Peter standing facing, (Berman 114 = Samperino or 12-Denari Provisini; Biaggi 2094 = Mezzo Grosso), slight dent, otherwise very fine, scarce PROVENANCE: Purchased from M&M, July 1972

£150-200

1951 1951

1952

1952

Italy, Rome, Senate (1350-1439) First period, ¡ Ducat (Fiorino), 3.52g, undated, SPTRVS, St Peter presents banner to kneeling senator, rev. ROIIA.CAPVT.IIVNDI SPQR, Christ in mandorla (Biaggi 2125; CNI 524), very fine PROVENANCE: Baldwin, sale no. 1

£300-400

Italy, Rome, Boniface IX (1389-1404), Grosso, 2.59g, : BONIFAT: :PP:NOMVS.:, Pope seated on throne facing, rev. +.:SANCTVS :PETRVS, crossed keys (Berman 237; Biaggi 2134; Munt 4, var.), very fine, scarce PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, April 1977

£300-400

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1953 1953 (x2)

1953

Italy, Rome, John XXIII, Antipope (1410-19), Grosso, 2.53g, Rome, IOVANNES .PP.XXIII, Pope seated facing, raising hand in benediction and holding cross, rev. +*.SANCTVS.* (crossed keys) *.PETRVS:* (moor’s head)*, crossed keys, heraldic symbol above (Berman 256; Biaggi 2139; Munt. p. 148), extremely fine, rare

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Platt, 6 June 1989

1954

1954 (x2)

1954

Italy, Rome, Martin V (1417-31), Gigliato, 3.93g, + .ROBERT.DEI GRA IERL ET SICIL RE., king seated facing on lions’ heads throne, holding sceptre and globus cruciger, rev. +HONOR. REGIS. IUDICIU. DILIGIT., mint mark flail at end of legend, cross fleurée, lis in each quadrant (Berman 276; Biaggi 2148; CNI XIX pg. 27, 59 var. (no stop after IERL); Munt. 25), good very fine, rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, February 2002

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1955 1955

1956

Italy, Rome, Eugenius IV (1431-47), Grosso, 3.83g, EVGENIVS PAPA QVAR., Eugenius seated facing on throne, rev. ROMA CAPVT MVNDI. SPQR, mint mark flail by end of legend, shield of Condulmar above crossed keys (Berman 303; Biaggi 2152; Mantoni 8, var.), irregular edge, good fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, February 1998 1956

Italy, Rome, Eugenius IV (1431-37), Grosso, 3.58g, EVGENIVS. .PP. QVARTVS., Eugenius seated facing on throne, rev. .ROMA. CAPVT. MVNDI.S.P.Q.R, mint mark flail at the end of legend, shield of Condulmar above crossed keys (Biaggi 2152; CNI 17; M8), very fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Glendining, 14 February 1968, lot 237

1957

1957

Italy, Rome, Nicholas V (1447-55), ¿ Ducat, 3.52g, Rome, .+ NICOLAVS. .PPQVINTVS., shield with crossed keys, rev. + .S.PETRVS. . ALMA.ROMA., St Peter standing (Berman 326; Biaggi 2161; CNI 3; Munt 4), trace of mount on edge, otherwise very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Spink, auction 60, October 1987, lot 538

1958 1958

Italy, Rome, Nicholas V (1447-55), Giulio, 3.80g, +.N.PP.V.ANN - O. IVBILEI., shield with crossed keys, mint mark (15) at end of legend, rev. S.PETRVS.S.PAVLVS. .ALMA. ROMA., St Peter and Paul standing (Berman 329; Biaggi 2163; CNI 64; Munt. 10), good very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, September 1971

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1959

1959 (x2) 1959

Italy, Rome, Calixtus III (Alonso de Borja), (1455-58), Grosso, 3.10g, + CALI[ST]VS*. - .PP. TERTIVS., Papal arms, rev. .:+ MODI[C]E. FIDEI. QVARE. DVBITATIS:., St Peter in boat with long cross (Berman 350; Biaggi 2169; CNI 19; Munt.6 var.), edge pushed in at 3 o’clock, scratches on reverse, very fine

£400-500

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, September 1971

1960 1960

Italy, Rome, Paul II (1464-71), Grosso, 3.77g, PAVLVS.PP. .SECVNDVS., Papal arms, rev. S. PETRV’ .S. PAVLV’ .ALMA. ROM., St Peter and St Paul standing (Berman 402; Biaggi 2192; Munt. 19; SER 16), good very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, September 1971

1961 1961

Italy, Rome, Sixtus IV (1471-84), Grosso, 3.69g, Rome, .SIXTVS. PP*. *.QVARTVS*., papal arms, rev. .S. .PETRVS. .S. PAVLVS., St Peter and Paul standing, ROMA. in exergue (Berman 452; Biaggi 2205; CNI 78; Munt. 19), St Paul doublestruck, irregular edge, otherwise good very fine, toned PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, September 1971

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1962

1962 (x2) 1962

Italy, Rome, Alexander VI (1492-1503), Double-Grosso, 6.5g, *ALEXANDER* *VI*PONT*MAX*, papal arms, rev. .*ACCIPE*CLAVES*RE. GNI*CELORVM*., St Peter receiving the keys from Christ (Berman 531; Biaggi 2232; CNI 41; Munt. 15), extremely fine

1964

1963 1963

£500-600

1965

Italy, Naples, Robert of Anjou (1309-43), Gigliato, 3.86g, +ROBERTUS. DEI. GRA. IERI’. ET SICIL’ REX, king seated facing, acorn to left, rev. +HONOR. REGIS. IUDICIU. DILIGIT, cross fleury, lis in angles (Biaggi 1635; MIR 28/1), good very fine, scarce variety

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, September 1971 1964

Italy, Campobasso, Nicolas II de Montfort (1459-63), Æ Tornese, 0.51g, +*NICOLA* COMI*, castle, rev. +.CAMPIBASSI, cross (Biaggi 538 -as Nicola I; MEC 938), fine, scarce

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vecchi, September 1973 1965

Italy, Sicily, Roger I (1072-1101), copper Trifollaro, 8.73g, Mileto, ROG E ..RIVS COMES, knight on horseback left, rev. MARIA MAT ER DNI, Madonna and child (Biaggi 1583; Engel 21; MEC 93), good very fine PROVENANCE:

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1967

1966 1966

1967

Italy, Sicily, Roger I (1072-1101), copper ‘Trifollaro’, 8.73g, Mileto, ROG E ..RVS [CO]MES, knight on horseback left, rev. MARIA MTER DN, Madonna and child (Biaggi 1583; Engel 21; cf. MEC 94 -var. reverse legend), very fine

£200-250

Italy, Sicily, Roger II (1105-1154), with his son Roger, Duke of Apulia, Ducale, 2.43g, 1140, R. RX. SLS, to right, R.DX. AP., to left, AN RX in centre, Roger II standing with his son, rev. +IC XC RG IN AETRN, Christ (Biaggi 1770; Spahr 72), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, August 1871

1969 1968 1968

1969 (x2)

Italy, Sicily, William I (1154-66), Ducale, 2.73g, Palermo, c. 1156, RDVX FI LI VS EIV S vertically in center, William and his son Robert standing, W REX to the left, rev. Christ dividing IC - XC (Biaggi 1773; MIR 435; Spahr 94), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, April 1986 Ex Bird collection

1969

Italy, Sicily, Frederick II (1197-1250), gold Tari, 0.92g, six pellets encircled, rev. cross, dividing IC - XC - NI - KA (Biaggi 1248; MIR 78; Spahr 85), extremely fine

£140-180

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, January 1998

1970 1970

1971

Italy, Manfredonia, Manfredi, King of Sicily (1263-66), Æ Doppio Denaro or Multiplo di Denaro, 1.56g, as Lord of ‘Romania’ (possibly for Epirus or Corfu), + MAYNFRIDVS R SICILIE., eagle, rev. + .ET DOMINVS. ROMA[NIE], cross, stars in angles (MIR 479 - R4; Schl.XIII, 25; Spahr -), some verdegris, very fine, very rare

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Münzzentrum auction, October 1990, lot 731 1971

Italy, Sicily, Peter III of Aragon and Constance (1282-85), Pierreale, 3.20g, +:P: DEI: GRA: ARAGON: SICIL: REX:, shield, rev. +COSTA DEI GRA ARAGON SICIL REGIA, uncrowned eagle standing facing, head right (Biaggi 1303; Spahr 10, var.), nearly extremely fine PROVENANCE:

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1972 1972

1973

Italy, Sicily, James I (II of Aragon), (1285-96), Pierreale, 3.16g, +:IA: DEI: ARAGON. SICILE, crowned eagle standing facing, head right, rev. +AC: BARCHI? COMES., shield (Biaggi 1308; Spahr 3), good very fine

1974 GRA : NONE

£120-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, September 1977 1973

Italy, Sicily, Frederick IV (1355-77), ¡ Pierreale, 3.25g, Messina, eagle, rev. shield with arms of Aragon, small crown above, G M either side (Spahr I, 51), extremely fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Simmon, November 1998 1974

Italy, Sicily, Frederick IV (1355-77), ¡ Pierreale, 3.28g, Messina, eagle, rev. shield with arms of Aragon, small crown above, G M either side (MEC el?, A, 13, 790; Spahr t. I, 56), slightly ragged flan, good very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Simmon, November 1998

1976

1975

1975

1977

Italy, Kingdom of Naples, Alfonso II (1494-95), Coronato, 3.69g, ALFONSVS: II: D: G: R: SICILE: I:V St Michael, T in right field, rev. CORONAIT: ET: VNXIT: ME: MANVS: T: D, coronation scene (Biaggi 1692; MIR 89/2 -R4), very fine, rare

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 1976 1976

Italy, Sicily and Naples, Alfonso V, as King of Aragon (1435-58), Reale, 2.76g, +ALNONSUS: D: GRATIA: REX, crowned bust facing, rev. +:CICILIE: CITRA: ET: ULTRA:, shield (Biaggi 1664; MIR 57), very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, 31 March 1970 1977

Italy, Sicily and Naples, Ferdinand I of Aragon (1458-94), Coronato, 3.89g, Naples, +FERDINANDVS: D: G: R.SI. IER. VNG, stribed cross, m below, rev. CORO-NATVS: Q. LEGITIME: CERTAV, coronation scene (Biaggi 1672; MIR 66/3), extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, March 1976 Ex. O’H Collection

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1978 1978

1979

1980

1979

1980

Italy, Naples, Ferdinand I (1458-94), ½ Carlino (Armellino), 1.74g, Aquila, .FERRANDVS. D. G. R. SICI., octagonal shield, crown above, rev. SERENA. OMNIA, stoat, T below, banner above reading DECORVM (Biaggi 1678; Heiss 121.26, var.; MIR 74/2), some corossion around reverse edge, good fine

£100-120

Italy, Sicily, Ferdinand II the Catholic, as King of Spain and Sicily (1479-1516, ¡ Tar’ (Aquila), 3.43g., Messina, +F[ER]DINANDVS: D: G: R: CASTELLE: S:, crowned and quartered coat-of arms of Spain in 1st and 4th quarter, Sicily and Aragon in 2nd and 3rd, rev. +FERDINANDVS: D: G: REX: SECILIE:, crowned eagle standing facing, head left; .M.C. below (Spahr 118 var. (legend stops); Biaggi 1358), nearly good fine

£120-150

Italy, Sardinia, Peter IV of Aragon (1336-87), Alfonsino, 3.17g, Villa di Chiesa, +PETRUS DEI GRACIA REX, rectangular shield in plain tressure, rev. +ARAGONUM ET SARDINIE, cross, crowns in angles (Biaggi 2994; CNI 4; MIR 116), legend flat at 4 o’clock, otherwise good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, June 1972

£150-200

1982 1981 1981

1982

Italy, Sardinia, Peter IV of Aragon (1336-87), Alfonsino, 3.14g, Villa di Chiesa, +PETRUS ARAGONUM ET SARDINIE REX, shield in tressure with five roses , rev. +FORTITUDO ET LAUS MEA DOMINUS, cross in tressure, roses in angles (Biaggi 2993; MIR 115), good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby, April 1968 Split, coinage under Venice, Æ Parvus (Denaro), 0.31g, c. 1327-57, .S. DOMINVS, head right, rev. +.C. SPALATENSIS, cross (Rengjeo 526), some verdigris, good fine, rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, March 1998

1984

£140-180

1984

1983 1983

£150-200

Split, Hrvoje Vukcic Hrvatinic (1403-13), Gros, 1.47g, +•M• CHERVOII• - ‡ DVCIS•S•, coat-of-arms of Hrvatinic, rev. •S•DOIMVS•SPALETI•M•, Christ (rengjeo 535), very fine Croatia, Ragusa, Denar grossus, 1.22g, c.1428, S. BLASIV-S. RAGVSII, St Blasius standing facing, rev. IC-XC across field flanking Christ standing within pearled mandorla, good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from A. Singer, June 2000 173

£200-300

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1986

Cattaro (12th-13th century), Æ Follaro, 2.88g, CATARI St Tryphone standing facing, extremely fine, rare

CIVITA,

city gate, rev.

SANTE

TRIFON,

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Stanley Gibbon, January 1980 1986

Bosnia, Turtko II (1420-43), Groschen, 1.91g, DNS REX BOSNE, crowned helm dividing R-T, rev. S GREGORIVS NAZAZENVS, St Gregory standing facing, lily to left (Rengjeo 953), good fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Phillips, April 1996

1987 1987

1988

1988

Bosnia, Tomas Ostojic (1443-61), Denar, 1.08g, +GOS•TOMAS•CRA•BOSN, TMS monogram and two lilies with crown above, rev. Pope standing, deviding SA-GR (Rengjeo 1115, var.), very fine, rare

£300-500

Bosnia, Stefan Tomasevic (1461-3), Denar, 1.91g, +STEFAN CRAGL, crowned helm dividing R and star, rev.GREGO-RI PAPE, Pope standing facing (Rengjeo 1131; Ljubic XVII, 12), fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from A. Singer, October 1996 1989

1990

Sasanian, Khusru I (531-79), Drachms (4), Hormazd IV (579-90), Drachms (3), Khusru II (591-628), Drachms (7), unusually good for type, very fine or better (14)

£200-300

Arab Sasanian, ‘Ubayd Allah bin Ziyad (673-83), Drachms (3), BCRA (Basra), AH59, 62, 63, al-Muhallab bin Abi Sufra (694-98), Drachm, BYS(Bishapur), AH75, Tabaristan, Hemi-Drachm, PYE 132 (A.12, 31, 73; Eshragh 70, 80, 83, 151, 202), generally extremely fine (5)

£200-250

1991 1991

1992

Arab-Byzantine (c.685-692), Æ Fals, Emesa, crowned bust facing in imitation of Constans II, Kufic legend on right, rev. cursive M, emichc, star above, Kufic in exergue (BMC 69), full example, very fine

£70-90

Arab-Byzantine (c. AD 650), Æ Fals, Baalbek, imitating a follis of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine (Walker 35), another (c.685-692), Emesa, imitating a follis of Constans II, facing bust, rev. emichc, kufic below cursive M, star above (BMC 69), another similar, another (c.670-690), uncertain mint, standing crowned figure, rev. cursive M (cf BMC 137ff.), another two similar, one countermarked with A, good fine to almost very fine (6)

£90-120

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1994

1993 1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

Arab-Byzantine, ‘Abd al-Malik (c.AD 685-705), Æ Fals, Aleppo, Caliph standing facing, hand on hilt of sword, rev. modified cross potent on three steps, Arabic legend and mint signature (cf. BMC 108), almost very fine, and another similar (cf. BMC 114), good fine

£80-120

Achaia, William of Villehardouin (1245-78), Æ Denier of Clarentia, 0.96g, before 1250, + G. PRINCEPS., head facing, rev. + .ACHAIE., cross, pellets in angles (Sch. XII, 6; CCS.5), good very fine, rare

£150-200

Achaia, billon Deniers Tournois (14), including William of Villehardouin, Florent of hainaut, Isabelle of Villehardouin, Philip of Savoy, Mahut (Maud) of Hainaut, John of Gravina, Robert of Taranto, fine to very fine, most identified with tickets (14)

£150-200

Achaia, billon Deniers Tournois (9), of William of Villehardouin, Charles II of Anjou, Florent of Hainaut, Isabelle of Villehardouin, (2), Philip of Savoy, Philip of Taranto, Louis of Burgundy, and Ferdinand of Majorca, fine to very fine, identified with tickets (9)

£140-180

Achaia, billon Deniers Tournois (10), including Mahaut (Maud) of Hainaut (1316-21), and others, fine to very fine

£150-200

Athens, billon Deniers Tournois (5), anon., William, Guy I, and Guy II, fine to very fine, four with tickets (5)

£60-80

1999 1999

2000

2000

2001

Crusaders, Despotate of Epirus, Philip of Taranto (1294-1313), Denier of Lepanto, + PHS. P. TAR DESP:, lis at beginning and end of legend, cross, rev. + ‘NEPANTI CIVIS, châtel (Met.E2; cf.Schl. pl.XII, 20), very fine

£50-60

Chios, Martin Zaccaria (c.1324-39), Denier Tornese, 0.68g, CIVITAS SYI, tower, rev. +M cross (Schl. XIII, 32, var.), fine, rare

£150-200

ZAEHARIE.,

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, December 1988 Ex. Ian Stewart collection (Lord Stewartby) 2001

Chios, anonymous (before 1466), Quarter Gigliato, 0.89g, +CIVITAS. +CONRADVS. REX, cross (Schl. XIV, 24), very fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, March 1974

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2003

Lesbos, Jaques Gattilusio (1376-96), Asper, 1.17g, Mytilene, +AGNUS: DEI*, lamb holding banner rev. +D. METELINI*, CROSS, b in angles (Schl. XVI, 20), edge crack at 11 and at 6 o’clock, very fine

£250-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from M&M, September 1973 2003

Lesbos, Domenico Gallilusio (1449-59), Æ of Mytilene, 0.91g, large D, rev. cross with B in angles (Schl. XVII, 11), good fine, rare

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, September 1998 Ex. Grantley collection, lot 4290

2005

2004 2004

Latin Orient, anonymous, Gigliato, imitating a Naples Gigliato of Robert of Anjou, 3.94g, King seated on throne facing, rev. cross fleury (Schl. VIII, 18), flat in part, otherwise very fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, April 1979 2005

Rhodes, Order of St John, Hélion de Villeneauvre (1319-46), Gigliato, 3.93g (normal weight), +FR. ELION. D’. VILENOVA. D’I. GRA. MR., Grandmaster kneeling left before cross, head facing, rev. +OSPTAL. S. IOHIS. IRLHI. QT’ RODI., cross fleury with shield at end of each arm (Metcalf 1175ff; Schl. IX, 17), good very fine

£180-220

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Seaby, September 1971

2006 2006

Rhodes, Order of St John, Dieudonné de Gozon (1346-53), Gigliato, 3.92g, +FR: DEODAT: D: GOSONO: DI: GRAMR, Grandmaster kneeling left before cross, head facing rev. +:OSPITAL: S: IOHIS: IRLNI: QT: RODI:, cross fleury with shield at end of each arm (Metcalf 1191-92; Schl. IX, 19), extremely fine, rare PROVENANCE:

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2008

2007 2007

Rhodes, Order of St John, Raymond Bérenger (1365-74), Gigliato, 3.88g, overstruck on an Angevin Gigliato, +F. REIOMVNDVS: BERENGERI M, Grandmaster kneeling left before cross, shield right, rev. +:OSPITAL: S: IOHS: IRLNI: QT: RODI:, cross fleury with shield at end of each arm (Metcalf 1208-10; Schl. X, 7), very fine

£120-150

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Simms, November 1998

2008

Rhodes, Order of St John, Philibert de Naillac (1396-1421), Gigliato, 3.84g, +FRE Grandmaster kneeling left holding cross, shield to right, rev. cross fleury with shield at end of each arm (Metcalf 1219; Schl. X, 11), legend flat in part, very fine FILIBERTVS MRIS,

£120-150

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, October 1970

2010

2009 2009

Cyprus, Deniers (3) of Guy de Lusignan (1192-4), Hugh I under regency of Gautier (1205-10), and Hugh I alone (1210-18), fine to very fine (3)

2011

£60-80

PROVENANCE: Second purchased from Spink, January, 1987 Ex. Bird collection Third purchased from Baldwin, February 1998

2010

Cyprus, Henry I (1218-53), billon Deniers (2), 0.61g and 0.83g, cross, first with pellet in first and fourth angle, the other without pellets, rev. tower (Metcalf 647, var.; cf. Schl. VI, 12), both very fine (2)

£80-100

PROVENANCE: First purchased from Baldwin, February 1998 Second purchased from Vecchi, October 1973

2011

Cyprus, Hugh III (1267-84), Deniers (2), 0.59g and 0.75g, cross, rev. lion of Cyprus rampant left (Metcalf 484; Schl. VI, 26), both with traces of verdigris and minor edge chips, very fine or better (2) PROVENANCE: First purchased from Spink, February 1992

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2013

Cyprus, Henry II (1285-1324), Gros grand, 4.62g, +HENRI REI DE, King seated on throne facing, rev. +IERUSALEM ED’ CHIPR, Jerusalem cross (Metcalf 496; Schl. VI, 21), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 63, 28-29 March 1988, lot 680 2013

Cyprus, Hugh IV (1324-59), Gros, 4.57g, +HVGVE REI DE, King seated on throne facing, B to left of King, rev. +IERUSALEM ED’ CHIPRE, Jerusalem cross (Metcalf 756; Schl. VI, 24), very fine

£80-100

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Sternberg, July 1966

2014 2014

Cyprus, Peter I (1359-69), Gros, 4.55g, PIERE PAR LA GRACE DE DIE ROI, King seated on throne facing, +DE IERUSALEM E DE CHIPRE, Jerusalem cross (Metcalf 770; Schl. VI, 27), good very fine

£150-200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, December 1971 Presented by E.T. Hall (acquired in Cyprus), 10 October 1955

2016

2015 2015

Cyprus, Peter I (1359-69), Gros, 3.85g (light issue), [+PET]RUS DEI: GRA: REX King seated on throne facing, rev. +IERUSALEM: E C[HIPRI], Jerusalem cross (Malloy 89; cf. Metcalf, p. 211; Seltman in NC 1966, p. 236, no. 1; Schl. XX, 14), edge crack at 12 o’clock, very fine for this crude issue, very rare

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, April 1986 2016

Cyprus, Peter II (1369-82), Gros, 4.53g, wide throne issue, Famagusta, +PIERE PAR LA GRACE. DE. DIE. ROI, King seated on throne facing, rev. +DE IERUSALEM E DE CHIP[RE], reversed U, Jerusalem cross (Metcalf 792; Schl VII, 4), very fine PROVENANCE:

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2017 2017

Cyprus, John II (1432-58), Gros, 4.14g, +IEHAN PAR LA GRACE DE DIE RO, King seated on throne facing, rev. +D IERVSALEM. E DE CHIPRE, Jerusalem cross (cf. Metcalf 801; Schl. VII, 17), very fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, October 1986 Ex. Prof. J.R. Stewart (1033a) Ex. Stavrokono (Paphos hoard) 2018

Cyprus, Lusignan Kingdom, Louis of Savoy (1459-60), Gros grand, 3.93g, LVDOVICVS. DEI. GRACIE. RE-X, King seated on throne facing, holding globus cruciger and sceptre, S-G in field, rev. + IERVS[....] .CIPR. ET. ARMENI, Jerusalem cross (Metcalf 805; Schl. VII, 21), very fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, October 1986 Ex. Prof. J.R. Stewart collection (1359A) Ex. Stavrokono (Paphos hoard), 1947

2020

2019 2019

2020

Seljuq of Rum, Kaykhusraw II (1236-45), Dirhams (5), lion with sun above, Konya, AH641 (2), Sivas, AH639 (2), date unclear, Kaykhusraw III (1265-83), Dirhams (2), Konya, AH664, Erzincan, AH672, Zangid of Mosul, Saif al-Din Ghazi II (1169-80), Æ pictorial Dirham, naming Tughril Beg (A.1218, 1232, 1861.1; Broome 246, 272, 546, 748), the Æ Dirham about fine, Seljuq Dirhams mostly very fine, some a little better (8)

£200-250

Bagratids of Georgia, Dimitri II (1273-81), under Ilkhan ruler Arghun (1284-91), Dirham, 2.43g, mint (Tiflis) and date not clear, legend in Uighur script naming Arghun, rev. Arabic legend, BISM AL-AB/WA’L-IBN WA RUH/AL-QUDS ALAH/WAHID (by the grace of the father, the son, and the holy spirit, one God), cross below (A.2151.2; Diler 224), fine, rare, together with Æ Fals (2), attributed to Mamluk, al-Mansur and Golden Horde, Khizr Khan, both about fine (3)

£100-120

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2021 2021

Edessa, Baldwin II (restored 1108-18), Æ or Bi-Follis, 2.48g, overstruck on a Bi-Follis of Mu’izzaluddaula of Aleppo (c. 1050), BA GDOY INXO in four lines, rev. cross, pellets at two ends (see Pesant in NC 1982, pp. 161-63), some verdigris, good fine

£200-300

PROVENANCE:

CNA auction XX, 25 March 1992 2022

Antioch, Tancred (1101-12), Follis (2), first type, 3.45g, bust of St Peter, rev. legend (Met.49 ff.; Schl. II, 6), third type, 3.12g, St Peter standing, rev. cross with D/S/F/T in angles (Met.71 ff.; Schl. V, 1), very fine (2)

£80-100

2023 2023

2024

2025

2026

Antioch, Roger of Salerno (1112-19), Follis, 3.19g, St George, rev. legend (Schl.II, 12; Met.95 ff.), very fine

£50-60

Antioch, Bohemund III (1163-1201), Deniers (2), first type, 0.98g, bare head right, rev. cross, second type, 1.02g, helmeted head left, rev. cross, all As with annulets, very fine (2)

£60-80

Antioch, Bohemund III (1163-1201), Deniers (3), helmet type, different varieties, fine to very fine (3)

£80-100

Antioch, Deniers (3), all helmet type, of Bohemund, Raymond-Roupen, and irregular type with ‘reversed’ chain armour and S with annulets, very fine (3)

£100-150

2027 2027

2028

Antioch, anonymous Æ fractional Denier, 0.60g (temp. Bohemund III, 1163-80), helmeted head right between branches, rev. grid with nine pellets in octafoil (Met.481; Schl. III, 16), extremely fine

£100-150

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 1978 2028

Sidon, Balian Grenier (1229-40), billon Denier, 0.73g, +DENIER, cross, rev. + building with dome (Met.213; Schl. V, 8), pierced, very fine, very rare

S]EETE,

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vecchi, April 1986

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2030

Tripoli, Æ Deniers (4), of Raymond I-III (c.1100-87), and Bohemond IV or V (c.11871251), all different types, smal cross patée and four annulets, rev. cross with dots in angles (Met.505), cross, rev. horse, or Agnus Dei (Met.506), cross, rev. star and crescent (Met.508-512), and star and crescent, rev. cross with intersecting cross (Met.518), very fine (4)

£150-200

Jerusalem, Baldwin III (1143-63), Deniers (2), 0.73 and 0.86g, rough series (Metcalf, series 1), very fine (2)

£60-80

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin, March 1991

2031 2031

Jerusalem, Baldwin III (1143-63), billon Denier, 0.90g, rough series, (Metcalf, group 3c; Schl. III, 22), very fine

£50-60

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, January 1987 Ex. Bird collection 2032

2033

2034

Jerusalem, Baldwin III (1143-63), billon Deniers (2), 0.78 and 1.02g, smooth series, cross, rev. castle (Metcalf, group 4; Schl. III, 21), very fine (2)

£50-60

Jerusalem, Baldwin III (1143-63), billon Deniers (2), 0.73 and 0.93g, smooth series, cross, rev. castle (Metcalf, group 4; Schl. III, 21), very fine (2)

£50-60

Jerusalem, Baldwin III (1143-63), billon Deniers (2), 0.92 and 0.94g, smooth series, cross, rev. castle (Metcalf, group 5; Schl. III, 21), very fine (2)

£50-60

PROVENANCE:

First purchased from Spink, January 1987 Ex. Bird collection

2035 2035

2036

2037

Jerusalem, Amalric I (1162-73), Denier, 0.93g, :AMALRICVS REX, cross with pellet in second and third quarter, rev. +DE IERVSALEM, Church of the Resurrection (Metcalf 153), good very fine

£60-80

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Baldwin, August 1968 2036

Jerusalem, Jean de Brienne (1212-25), Denier, 0.55g, Damietta, probably struck at Acre, +IOH’ES: REX, cross with pellet in second and third quarters, rev. +DAMIATA, bust facing (Metcalf 122; Schl. III, 31), very fine

£100-120

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Vecchi, September 1973 2037

Jerusalem, copy of a silver Dirhem of Damascus, 2.22g, in the name of Al-Salih Ismail and Caliph Al Mustausir, 653 (M. 2453), good fine

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2039

2040

Algeria, Mustafa III (1757-74), 1⁄ 4 -Budju, AH1173, Abdul Hamid I (1174-89), 1 ⁄ 4 -Budju, AH1203, Selim III (1789-1807), 1⁄ 2 -Budju, AH1215, 1⁄ 4 -Budju, AH1205, Mahmud II (1808-39), ⅓-Budju, AH1228 (KM.27, 36, 42, 45, 62), about very fine to good very fine, all scarce (5)

£200-250

Algeria, Mahmud II (1808-39), Budju (6), AH1236, 1237 (3), 1239, 1240, ⅓-Budju (2), AH1223, 1224, reverse in an octagonal frame, 1⁄ 4 -Budju (11), AH1237 (6), 1238, 124-, 1242, 1247 (2), ⅛-Budju (3), AH1231, 1237, 1244 (KM.59, 61, 67, 68, 74), nine 1 ⁄ 4-Budju and an ⅛-Budju pierced, a few of the 1⁄ 4-Budju may be contemporary copies, generally fine to very fine, the ⅓-Budjus rare (22)

£250-300

Algeria, Mahmud II (1808-39), 2-Budju (4), AH1237, 1240, 1241, 1242 (KM.75), very fine to good very fine (4)

£160-200

2041 2041 (x2) 2041

2042

2043

2044

Australia, New South Wales, 15-Pence (Dump), 1813, cut and countermarked coinage, NEW SOUTH WALES, crown in centre and date below, rev. FIFTEEN/PENCE (KM.1.1; Mira type A1), traces of undertype clearly visible on obverse, very fine, very rare

£4,000-6,000

Australia, silver coins (72), including Crowns (2), 1937 (KM.37), Florins (27), Shillings (25), Sixpences (9), and Threepences (9), fine to very fine, some better (72)

£150-200

Australia, George V (1910-36), Florins (2), 1911 (L), 1935 (m), Shilling, 1916 M, Æ Half-Penny, 1931 (m), Elizabeth II, Florins (2), 1953 (m), 1958 (m) (KM.22, 26, 27, 54, 60), very fine to extremely fine (6)

£150-200

Australia, George V (1910-36), Shillings (2), and Sixpences (2), all 1910 (KM.20, 19), one Shilling good very fine, the others extremely fine (4)

£80-100

2043 2045

Australia, George V (1910-36), Shilling, 1915H, crowned bust left, rev. arms (KM.26), good very fine, scarce

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2047

Austria, Salzburg, Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau (1587-1612), Taler, undated, shield, rev. Saint enthroned (Dav.8184; Probszt 826), cleaned, very fine

£80-100

Austria, silver coins (12), including Ferdinand II (1619-37), Thaler, 1620, Klagenfurt Mint (KM.24), about very fine, Salzburg, Maxmilian Gandolph (1668-87), 1⁄6-Thaler, 1677, klippe (KM.215), 3-Kreuzer, 1681 (KM.228), fine to very fine (12)

£100-120

2048 2048

2049

2050

2051

2052

2053

Austria, Ferdinand III (1637-57), Taler, 1647, Vienna, laureate and draped bust right, m.m. bird for Hans Sadler below, rev. shield on eagle (Dav.3174; KM.840), good very fine

£300-400

Austria, Franz-Joseph I (1848-1916), Æ Kreuzer (12), 1859 M, 1859 V, 1860 B, 1860 V (2), 1861 B, 1862 B,1862 E, 1873 A, 1878, 1885, 1891 (KM.2186, 2187), about extremely fine or better, some with lustre (12)

£150-200

Austria, modern silver coins (45), 100-Schillings (18), 50-Schillings (11), 25-Schillings (7), 10-Schillings (3), and Schilling (1), various dates, some proofs, and modern Maria Theresa Talers (5), good very fine and better, the proofs brilliant (45)

£300-400

Barbados, Pennies (2), 1788, large head fine, 1792, very fine and Halfpenny, 1792, fine; Bermuda, Pennies (3), all 1793, fair to fine (6)

£80-100

British Colonial silver coins (4), Canada, 50-Cents, 1939, extremely fine, Cyprus, 9-Piastres, 1901, Newfoundland, 50-Cents, 1900, both very fine, and Mauritius, 10-Cents, 1889 H, extremely fine (4)

£100-120

British Guiana, Essequebo & Demerary, George III (1760-1820), Stiver (2), ½Stiver, all 1813 (KM.10, 9; Pr.29A, 30), ¼-Guilder, 1809 (KM.4, Pr.20), British Guiana, ¼-Guilder, 1836 (KM.23; Pr.25), Four-Pence (2), 1894, 1940 (KM.26, 30; Pr.54), average very fine and better (7)

£80-100

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2055

2056

2057

British West Africa, George VI (1936-53), brass pattern 2-Shillings, 1938 KN, crowned head left, rev. palm tree dividing SPECIMEN above date, with white metal strip both sides (KM.Pn.10; Vice 310), some light spotting, good very fine, vey rare

£800-1,000

British Colonial, silver coins (13), British West Indies, Anchor Money, ⅛-Dollar, 1 ⁄16-Dollar, both 1822, British Guiana and West Indies, Fourpence (3), 1894, 1903, 1910, British Guiana, Fourpence (4), 1938, 1939, 1940, 1945, Essequibo and Demerary, HalfGuilder, 1816, Quarter-Guilder, 1833, ⅛-Guilder, 1835/3/2, and a William IV ThreeHalfpence, 1834, and copper coins of Essequibo and Demerary (4), average very fine, a few better (17)

£150-200

British West Indies, George IV (1820-30), anchor money (4), ¼-Dollar (3), ⅛-Dollar, all 1822 (KM.3, 2), very fine (4)

£80-100

Belgium, 100-Franks, 1954, 50-Franks, 1958, 20-Franks, 1934, 2-Franks (2), 1911, 1912, 1-Frank, 1914, 50-Centimes (2), 1866, 1912, Æ 2-Centimes (2), 1876, 1912, 1Centime (3), 1887, 1901, 1912 (KM.26, 33.2, 34.1, 35.1, 64, 70, 73.1, 75, 76, 104.1, 138.1, 150.1), very fine to extremely fine or better (13)

£150-200

2058 2058

Bolivia, Charles III (1759-88), 8-Reales, 1770, Potosi, crowned shield, stop after CAROLUS, rev. crowned pillars and globes (Cal.972; KM.50), indentation in c of CAOLUS, good very fine

£100-120

2059 2059

2060

Brazil, Peter II (1831-89), 5,000-Reis, 1855, and 2,000-Reis, 1888, head left, rev. crowned shield (F.123; KM.470 and 485), very fine (2)

£120-150

Brazil, 1000-Reis (4), 1852, 1858, 1859, 1876, 40-Reis (2), 1875, 1901, 20-Reis (2), 1869, 1908, and 10-Reis, 1869, average about extremely fine, the copper with some lustre (9)

£100-120

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2062

2063

2064

Canada, Victoria (1837-1901), 25-Cents, 1875H, crowned head left, rev. value and date in wreath, crown above (KM.5), good very fine, rare

£1,500-2,000

Canada, Victoria (1837-1901), 20-Cents, 1858, 25-Cents (2), 1892, 1900, head left, rev. value and date in wreath, crown above (KM.4, 5), first two very fine, last extremely fine (3)

£120-160

Canada, 10-Cents (7), 1870, 1874H, 1885, 1896, 1919 (3) (KM.8, 23), first two fine and good fine, others, including the 1885, very fine and better, one 1919 uncirculated and lustrous (7)

£120-150

Canada, 5-Cents (13), 1871 (2), 1872, 1874H, plain 4, 1880H, 1881H, 1882H, 1892, 1896, 1900 (oval 0), 1912, 1919 (2) (KM.2, 7, 22), mostly very fine or better (13)

£80-100

2065 2066 2065

2066

2067

2068

Canada, Victoria (1837-1901), 5-Cents, 1885, small 5, head left, rev. value in wreath (KM.2), good extremely fine, attractive light tone and with lustre

£80-120

Canada, Victoria (1837-1901), Cent, 1891 SDSL, type 3, crowned head left within beaded circle, rev. value and date within beaded circle (KM.7), uncirculated, with lustre

£200-300

Canada, Victoria (1837-1901), Cents (2), 1892, 1893, crowned head left within beaded circle, rev. value and date in beaded circle (KM.7), both uncirculated, with full lustre (2)

£100-150

Canada, Edward VII (1901-10), 50-Cents, 1910, Edwardian leaves (KM.12a), about very fine, George V (1910-36), 25-Cents (4), 1918, 1919 (2), 1930 (KM.5, 24, 24a), very fine, one 1919 extremely fine (5)

£80-100

2069 2069

2070

Canada, George V (1910-36), 25-Cents, 1911, crowned bust left, rev. value in wreath (KM.18), dark tone (probably undisturbed in case of issue for many years), a sharp specimen strike, about uncirculated, one year type

£150-200

Canada, Cents (8), 1888, 1895, 1896, 1902, 1910, 1911, 1912 (2) (KM.7, 8, 15, 21), 1895, 1896, 1910 and one 1912 good very fine, others extremely fine, with lustre (8)

£140-180

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2072

2073

2074

2075

Canada, New Brunswick, 10-Cents, 1864, 5-Cents, 1864 large 6 (KM.8 and 7), good fine, Newfoundland, silver coins (11), 50-Cents (3), 1894, 1904H, 1917C, 25-Cents, 1917C , 20-Cents (3), 1885, 1899, 1912, 10-Cents (2), 1917C, 1942C, 5-Cents (2), both 1941C, and provincial bronze coins (8) (KM.1, 4, 6, 8.2, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17), mixed condition, average very fine (21)

£100-150

Canada, Newfoundland, Edward VII (1901-10), 50-Cents, 1909, 5-Cents, 1908, crowned bust right, rev. value and date (KM.11, 7), both extremely fine; George V (191036), 20-Cents, 1912, crowned bust left, rev. value and date within circle (KM.15), toned, extremely fine (3)

£120-140

Ceylon, Stiver, 1815, ½-Stiver, 1815, 1⁄92 Rixdaler, 1802 (KM.81, 80, 73), first fine, others very fine, with Plantation Tokens (2), Pilo Fernando rectangular 2¼ (Pr.34), George Steuart & Co., 1843 (Pr.96), both very fine (5)

£100-120

Cyprus, Victoria (1837-1901), 18-Piastres, 9-Piastres, 4½-Piastres, all 1901, Piastre, ½-Piastre, both 1879, ¼-Piastre, 1887 (KM.7, 6, 5, 3.1, 2, 1.1), very fine and better (6)

£150-200

Cyprus, Edward VII (1901-10), 18-Piastres, 9-Piastres, 1907, ¼-Piastre, 1905 (KM.10, 9, 8), average very fine (3)

£120-150

2076 2076

2077

Cyprus, George V (1910-36), 45-Piastres, 1928, London, 50th Anniversary of the reign, draped and crowned bust left, rev. two lions (KM.19; Pr.1), extremely fine

£80-100

Danzig Free State (1920-39), 2-, 1⁄ 2 -Gulden, 1932, very fine; Estonia, 1-Mark, 1926, 2Krooni, 1930, 25-Senti, 1928, Æ 5-Senti, 1931 (KM.5, 11, 9, 20), generally extremely fine or better, Latvia, 2-Lati (2), 1925, 1926, Æ 2-Santimi (KM.2, 8), about uncirculated, Lithuania, 5-Litai, 1936 (KM.82), extremely fine (10)

£150-200

2078 2078

2079

Denmark, Cnut (1018-35), Penny, 1.06g, Quatrefoil type imitation, Huntingdon, Eadnoth, +ARN+ELTNOVN, locally cut crowned bust left with sloping crown, a pellet either side in field, rev. +ERÐNOR MO HVN, long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets on cusps, (SCBI 15 Copenhagen, No 4262-3; Hauberg 3 var; N.781 var; S.1157 var), toned, nearly extremely fine

£600-800

Denmark, Christian X (1863-1906), Æ Øre, 1902/802, Øre (2), 1894, 1902, all VBP, Frederick VIII (1906-12), Æ 5-Øre, 1907, 2-Øre, 1912, Øre, 1909, all VBP/GJ, Christian X (1912-47), 2-Kroner, 1916, Krone, 1915, Æ 5-Øre (2), 1921, 1932, 2-Øre, 1931, Øre (2), 1913, 1937 (KM.792.2, 793.2, 804, 805, 806, 812.1, 814.2, 819, 820, 826.2, 827.2, 828.2), extremely fine to uncirculated (13)

£150-200

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2081

2082

2083

Scandinavia, silver (13) and base metal (5) coins, including Denmark, 2-Kroner (2), 1875, 1912 (KM.798.1, 811), Norway, 2-Skilling, 1810 (KM.280.1), Haakon VII (1905-57), 1-Krone, 1910 (KM.369), Sweden, Carl XII (1697-1718), Daler, 1718 (2), Emergency Coinage issue, Jupiter with eagle (KM.357), Danish West Indies, 20-Cents, 1859 (KM.67), mixed condition, silver very fine and better, the copper 2-Skilling extremely fine and with lustre (18)

£200-250

Egypt, Ahmed III (1703-30), ¿ Altin, 3.44g, Misr, AH1115, Mahmud I (17301754), ¿ Zeri Mahbub, 2.53g, Misr, AH1143 (KM.75, 88), fine and good very fine (2)

£200-250

Egypt, Mahmud I (1730-54), ¿ Zeri Mahbub (2), Misr, AH1143, the first with small lotus to right of tughra, initial letter ‘ain, the second with rose branch to right of tughra, initial ‘ain within flower symbol (KM.86, 87), the second holed, good very fine to extremely fine (2)

£160-200

Egypt, Mustafa III (1757-74), ¿ Zeri Mahbubs (3), the first with tughra, AH1171, the others with three-line legend both sides, AH1171/86 (KM.106, 107), the first attractive extremely fine, the second pierced, both this and the third coin with some weak areas, good very fine (3)

£300-400

2084 2084

2085

2086

Egypt, rebellion of Ali Bey (1769-71), ¿ Zeri Mahbub, Misr, AH(11)83, citing the Ottoman sultan Mustafa III (KM.119), some edge weakness, extremely fine, rare

£200-250

Egypt, Abdul Hamid (1774-89), ¿ Zeri Mahbubs (3), AH1187/(119) 2, legends both sides (KM.127), one pierced in the margin, generally extremely fine with weak areas (3)

£300-400

Egypt (18th-20th centuries), album containing silver, copper and base-metal Coins (380+), including Paras of Osman III (1), Abdul Hamid (5), Selim III (5), Mahmud II (7), issues of Abdul Mejid, Abdul Aziz, Abdul Hamid II, Muhammad V, Hussein Kamil, Fuad I, Farouk, and the Egyptian Republics, lower denominations: 5-Piastres or less, a good mix of dates and types, fine to uncirculated (380+),

£1,000-1,200

2087 2087 (x2) 2087

France, Merovingian, anon. (c.675-750), Denier, 0.61g, St Martin of Tours mint, uncertain moneyer, SCI/MR (MR ligated), rev. SCO/MD (MD ligated), an unlisted (?) type, attributed to Tours, an interesting and unusual English find PROVENANCE:

Found in Monkton Deverill, Wiltshire in July 2015 Registered with the Portable Antiquities Scheme, ref. WILT-637FE6 Regestered with the Early Medieval Corpus, ref. 2015.0184

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2089

2090

2091

2092

2093

2094

2095

2096

2097

France, Charles VI (1380-1422), Écu d’or à la couronne, 3.90g, Crémieu, crowned shield, rev. cross in quadrilobe (Dup.369; F.291), from a mount, good fine

£150-200

France, Louis XV (1715-74), Écu, 1725H, La Rochelle, young bust right, rev. four cowns and eight Ls cruciform (Gad.320; KM.472.9), very good, very rare, the wear is from many years of honest circulation and this example is not from the group salvaged from the wreck of the Chameau and so it is without the corrosion that is usually seen on these La Rochelle coins

£100-150

France, Louis XV, Demi-Écu, 1761L, Bayonne (KM.516.11), fine, 1⁄10-Écu, 1743W, Lille (KM.511,22), good very fine, Louis XVI, Écu, 1784A, Paris, bust left, rev. crowned shield (KM.564.1), adjustment marks on obverse, very fine (3)

£100-150

France, minor silver coins, jetons, and medals (10), Henry III, Quart-Écu, 1583 L, Bayonne, Conseil du Roi, 1582, Louis XIV, 1⁄10-Écu (2), 1660D, Lyon, 1662 &, Aix, Conseil du Roi, 1661, Ordinaire des Guerres 1668, Louis XV, 1⁄10-Écu, 1730, Besançon, Ordinaire des Guerres, 1737, Louis XVI, Quart-Écu, 1778A, and a silver medal on his death, 1793, 30mm, average very fine (10)

£150-200

France, base metal coins and tokens (71), 16th-18th centuries (27), including Liards (2), Double Tournois (4), 1603, 1609, 1626, and one date unclear, average fine, and 19th century (44), including Sol, 1791, with eagle countermark, Strasbourg provisional coinage, Decime (2), 1814BB, 1815BB (KM.701), 10-Centimes 1873A, 5-Centimes, 1863A, 1873A, 1874A, Centime, 1850A, these extremely fine with some lustre, others fine to very fine (71)

£120-150

France, base metal coins and tokens (15), including 5-Sols token (2), both 1792, Monneron Freres, Paris (KM.Tn28), one extremely fine, the other fine and pierced with an old (contempory?) riband, Essai de la Presse, 1852, Bovy, 20mm., extremely fine, Suez Canal, BON POUR 1 FRANC 1865, very fine (15)

£120-150

French Colonies, Cayenne, 2-Sous (5), 1782A (2), 1789A (3) (KM.1), Stampee, undated (1779), counterstamp on blank planchet, French Indo-China, 20-Cents, 1923A (KM.17.1), Mauritius, 50-Sous, undated (1822) (KM.2), Guadeloupe, Franc, 1903 (KM.46), average very fine and better (9)

£80-100

France, Directory (1795-99) 5-Francs, An 7L (KM.639.6), Consulate (1799-1803), 5Francs, An 9L, An 10L (KM.639.6), Napoleon I (1804-14), 5-Francs (2), 1811B, Rouen, 1812D, Lyon, laureate head right, rev. value in wreath (KM.694.2, 694.5), An 9 and 1812 very fine, others fine (5)

£100-120

France, Napoleon I (1804-14), 2-Francs, 1812T, Half-Franc, 1813W, Quarter-Franc, An 13A, laureate head right, rev. value in wreath (KM.693.13, 691.15, 654.1), first with adjustment marks on reverse, very fine and better (3)

£100-120

France, Louis XVIII (1815-24), Franc, 1817A, Paris, head left, rev. crowned arms divide denomination within wreath, date below (KM.709.1), Modern Republic, 1870-, Franc, 1872A, Paris, head of Ceres left, rev. denomination within wreath (KM.822.1), both good extremely fine and attractively toned (2)

£150-200

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2099

2100

2101

2102

2103

2104

2105

France, Louis XVIII (1815-24), Franc, 1822A, Paris, head left, rev. crowned arms in wreath, date below (KM.709.1), Quarter-Franc, 1822A, Paris, head left, rev. crowned arms divide denomination within wreath, date below (KM.714.1), good very fine and extremely fine (2)

£60-80

France, Louis Philippe I (1830-48), 5-Francs, 1848A, Paris (KM.749.1), 2-Francs, 1847A, Paris (KM.743.1), 50-Centimes, 1846B (KM.768.2), extremely fine, with lustre (3)

£100-120

France, Louis Philippe (1830-48), Half-Franc, 1832A, laureate head right, rev. value in wreath, Quarter-Franc (2), 1833A, 1843A (KM.740.1, 741.1), toned and with some lustre, extremely fine (3)

£100-120

France, Second Republic (1848-51), 5-Francs (2), 1848A, 1849A, Third Republic (1871-1940), 5-Francs, 1876A (KM.756.1, 761.1, 820.1), extremely fine (3)

£100-120

France, Third Republic (1871-1940), 5-Francs (5), 1871K, 1873A, 1875A, 1875K, 1877K (KM.820.1, 820.2), first good fine, scarce, second extremely fine, third very fine, others fine (5)

£100-120

France, minor silver coins (20), Francs (4), 1871A, 1871K, 1872A, 1887A, 50-Centimes (5), 1867A (2), 1888A, 1895A (2), and 20-Centimes (11), 1850A (3), 1851A, 1853A (2), 1866A, 1867A, 1867BB (3), average very fine, a few extremely fine and better (20)

£150-200

France, Francs (2), both 1821W, Quarter-Francs, (10), 1826M, 1830W, 1833A, 1834A, 1835W, 1836A, 1837A, 1838A, 1841W, 1845B, and 25-Centimes (2), 1845B and 1847A, average very fine (14)

£120-150

France, silver coins (21), including 5-Francs (8), 1828W, 1831BB, 1838 B, 1838W, 1841W, 1842BB, 1843W, 1870A, others later, fine to very fine, recent coins extremely fine (21)

£100-150

2106 2106

Germany, Baden, Friedrich (1856-1907), 5-Marks, 1891 G, head left, rev. eagle, inverted V for A in BADEN (J.29F; KM.268), lustre under light tone, nearly extremely fine

£600-800

2107 2107

Germany, Brunswick and Lüneburg, Christian, Bishop of Minden (1599-1633), Taler, 1633, bust right, rev. complex arms (Dav.6475; KM.90), very fine 189

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2109

Germany, Brunswick-Luneburg-Celle, Friedrich V (1636-48), Half-Taler, 1642, halflength bust right, rev. complex shield with five helms (KM.143; Welter 1419), some verdigris and other surface damage, otherwise very fine

£80-100

Cologne, Bishop Siegfried von Westerburg (1275-97), Sterling, Siegen, half-length bust of Bishop facing, holding crozier, rev. long cross, pellets in angles (Hävernick 1085), good very fine, very rare

£400-500

2110 2111 2110

2111

Germany, Frankfurt, klippe silver Schilling, 1618, comet with long tail, rev. plant, praying hands, and fountain, in water, sun above, 2.57g (JuF.334d), very fine, scarce

£150-200

Germany, Frankfurt, Taler, 1772, eagle in cartouche, rev. city view (Dav.2226; KM.251), very fine

£150-200

2112 2112

2113

Germany, Frankfurt, Taler, 1848, Archduke Johann of Austria Elected as Vicar, eagle, rev. legend (AKS 39; Dav.644; J.46; Kahnt 176; KM.338; Thun 135), extremely fine, old toning on lustrous surfaces

£80-100

Germany, Hamburg, Taler, 16Z1 (Dav.5364; KM.100), Nurnberg, Taler, 1632, legend reads FERDINANDI (Dav.5636; KM.52), Switzerland, Basel, Taler, 16Z1, arms dividing date, rev. eagle (Dav.4599; KM.A66), excavated, some verdegris and other deposit, about very fine or better (3)

£100-150

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2115

Germany, Mainz, Anselm Kasimir von Umstadt (1629-47), Ducat, 3.43g, 1644, bust right, rev. cap over shield in cartouche (Pr. Alexander 421; F.1647), slight crease, good very fine

£300-400

Germany, Mansfeld-Friedeburg, Peter Ernst I, Bruno II, Gebhard VIII and Johann Georg IV (1587-1601), Thaler, 1593, shield, date above, rev. St George slaying the dragon (Dav.9510;

£100-120

2116 2117 2116

2117

Germany, Nürnberg, Ducat, 3.51g, 1637, eagle, rev. angel holding two shields, date in chronogramm (Erlanger 505; F.1827; Kellner 61), slight crease, good very fine

£300-350

Germany, Nurnberg, silver medal, 1650, on the Ratification of the Peace of Münster by the Emperor Ferdinand III, 16 June 1650, a klippe of Quarter-Taler weight, hand from clouds holding a wreath above praying hands on a globe, rev. shield above legend, 7.87g (Erlanger 527; Pax in Nummis 154), old cabinet tone, extremely fine

£100-120

2118 2118

2119

2119

Germany, Ottingen, Albert Ernst (1659-83), Gulden of 60-Kreuzer, 1674, bust right, rev. crowned shield, S below, for mintmaster Schattauer (Löffelh 304; Dav.736), very fine, scarce

£300-350

Germany, Pfalz-Neuburg, Karl Philip (1716-42), Vicariat Taler, 1740, busts right, rev. shields on double eagle (Dav.2530; Haas 27; Wittlesbach 1957), metal flaw on obverse, lustrous and with old cabinet tone, extremely fine

£1,500-2,000

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Germany, Regensberg, reichstag zu regenspvrg, silver medal, 1641, laureate bust of Emperor Ferdinand III right, crown above, shield below, cornucopias at sides, rev. legend in circle of shields, 37.69g (Mont.811-812 but these 18.6g and 9.5g), lustrous and with light cabinet toning, extremely fine, rare

£500-800

2121 2121

Germany, Regensburg, Taler, 1756, bust of Francis I right, rev. city view (Dav.2618; KM.372), surfaces bright from cleaning, otherwise very fine

£80-100

2123 2122 2122

2123

2124

Germany, Regensberg, Convention Taler, 1793, laureate head of Francis II right, rev. city view (Beckenb.7120; Dav.1633), light tone, extremely fine

£250-350

Germany, Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm III (1797-1840), 4-Pfennig, 1829 A, crowned shield, rev. value (KM.412), extremely fine, with lustre

£60-80

Minor European 16th century silver coins (8), from Saxony, Netherlands, Poland, excavated, some with verdegris, fine and better (8)

£80-100

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2126

2126

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, August (1553-86), Taler, 1583, armoured bust right, holding sword, rev. complex shield of arms (Dav.9798; Schnee 725), cleaned, very fine

£80-100

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Christian II, Johann Georg and August (15731605), Taler, 1596, the three brothers, rev. complex shield of arms (Dav.9820), cleaned, very fine

£100-120

2127 2127

Germany, Saxony, Johann Georg (1615-56), Taler, 1627, armoured half-length figure right, holding sword and helmet, rev. comples shield, with six helms, dividing H-I (Dav.7601; KM.132), blackened in places, very fine

2128 2128

2129

£100-120

2129

Germany, Saxony, Albertine line, Johann Georg (1615-56), Half-Taler, 1633, halflength bust in armour right, holding sword and helm, rev. shield (Kohl 158), cleaned, spots of verdigris on reverse, good very fine

£100-120

Germany, Saxony, Friedrich August II (1836-54), 2-Taler, 1847 F, head right, rev. arms with crowned mantle (Dav.874; KM.1149), extremely fine, old tone on lustrous surfaces

£80-100

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2130 2130

2131

Germany, Saxe-Coburg-Eisenach, Johann Ernst (1633-38), Taler, 1638, half-length bust right, holding helm and baton, rev. complex shield of arms (Dav.7439; Schnee 225a), cleaned, good very fine

£500-600

Germany, Saxe-Ernestine, Johann Friedrich II (1557-67), Half-Taler, Saalfeld, armoured half-length right, rev. helm, excavated, a spot of verdegris on obverse and some other surface deposit, otherwise very fine or better, rare

£300-500

2132 2132

Germany, Silesia-Liegnitz-Brieg, The Three Brothers, Georg, Ludwig and Christian (1639-63), 2-Ducats, 6.69g, 1653, three brothers facing, rev. arms (F.3199; KM.403), from a mount, very fine

2133 2133

2134

2134

Germany, Stralsund, city coinage in the name of Ferdinand III, Taler, 1640 CS, city arms in circles of legend, rev. Imperial eagle (Dav.5883; KM.105), cleaned, very fine, rare

£600-800

Germany, Wismar, city coinage in the name of Ferdinand II, Taler, 1622, of 32 Schilling, Saint Lawrence standing, rev. value on Imperial eagle (Dav.5939; KM.57), scratched on obverse when excavated, good fine, scarce

£200-300

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2135 2135

2136

Germany, Württemberg, Ulrich (1498-1550), Goldgulden, 3.26g, VLRICVS. DVX. I. WIRTEMBER, Duke standing facing, rev. +MONE: NO: AVREA: STVGARD’, shield with arms of Württemberg, Teck, Reichssturmfahne, and Mömpelgard (F.3540), very fine, scarce

£800-1,000

Germany, Empire, 1-Mark (2), 1874 E, 1907 A, 1⁄ 2 -Mark, 1907 A, cu.ni.10-Pfennig (2), 1901 D, 1907 A, 5-Pfennig, 1907 A, Æ 2-Pfennig (4), 1875 (3) A, D and J, 1910 A, Pfennig (2), 1886 A, 1904 J, Weimar Republic, al.br 50-Rentenpfennig, 1924 A, Third Reich, 5-Reichsmark, 1936 D, Federal Republic, brass-clad steel 10-Pfennig, 1949 (2), small and large J (KM.1, 2, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 34, 86, 103), the first Mark good very fine, other coins extremely fine or better (lot)

£150-200

2137 2138 2137

2138

Greece, Ionian Islands, George III (1760-1820), copper 2-Oboli, 1819, lion of St Mark above date, rev. Britannia seated left, plain edge (KM.33; Pr.18A), small metal flaw above lion’s flank, extremely fine, with some lustre

£400-500

Greece, Ionian Islands, George III (1760-1820), copper Half-Obol or 2-Lepta (2), 1819, 1820, lion of St Mark above date, rev. Britannia seated left (KM.31; Pr.20, 21), fine and good fine (2)

£50-60

2139 2139

2140

2141

Greece, Ionian Islands, William IV (1830-37), silver proof 30-Lepta, 1834, Britannia seated right, rev. value in wreath, stop after date, plain 4 (KM.35; Pr.9A), toned, about uncirculated, rare

£400-600

PROVENANCE:

Spink auction 5, 17 May 1979, lot 306 2140

Greece, Ionian Islands, William IV (1830-37), silver proof 30-Lepta, 1834, Britannia seated right, rev. value in wreath, no stop after date (KM.35; Pr.10), lightly toned, extremely fine and very rare

£400-600

PROVENANCE:

Spink coin auction 5, Thursday 17 May 1979, lot 308 2141

Greece, Ionian Islands, William IV (1830-37), 30-Lepta, 1851, Britannia seated right, rev. value in wreath, no stop after date (KM.35; Pr.14), lightly toned, extremely fine 195

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2143

2144

2145

2143

2144

Greece, Ionian Islands, William IV (1830-37), 30-Lepta, 1852, Britannia seated right, rev. value in wreath, no stop after date (KM.35; Pr.15), very fine

£100-120

Greece, Ionian Islands, William IV (1830-37), 30-Lepta, 1857, Britannia seated right, rev. value in wreath, no stop after date (KM.35; Pr.16), about extremely fine

£300-400

Greece, Ionian Islands, William IV (1830-37), copper proof Lepton or Fifth-Obol, 1834, Britannia seated right, rev., upright die axis, lion to left, stop after date (KM.34; Pr.23A), extremely fine, with some lustre

£200-250

Greece, Ionian Islands, William IV (1830-37), Victoria (1837-1901), Lepton or FifthObol (8), 1834, 1835, 1849 (3), 1851, 1862 (2), Britannia seated right, rev. lion to left, all with stop after date (KM.35; Pr.23, 25, 26, 27, 31), very fine to extremely fine (8)

£150-200

2146 2146

2147

Greece, The Battle of Navarino, The Anglo-French-Russian defeat of the Turks, brass medal, 1827, by Boyard, helmeted head of Athena right, rev. three crowns with names of allied admirals, Codrington, Heiden and de Rigny (Diakov 466), extremely fine

£60-80

Greece, John Capodistrias (1827-31), 10-Lepta, 1830, phoenix with cross and rays inside circle, date below, rev. value in wreath, date below (Divo 3a; KM.8), rev. good fine, Otho (1832-62), 10-Lepta, 1846, second type, crowned arms rev. value and date in wreath, reeded edge (Divo 19c; KM.25), metal flaw at the base of shield, good very fine, with some lustre, George I (1863-1913), 10-Lepta (3), 1878K (2), 1882A, 5-Lepta, 1882A, old head left, rev. value in wreath, plain edge (Divo 60a, 60c; KM.54, 55), very fine and better (6)

£100-120

2148 2148

2149

Greece, Otho (1832-62), 2-Lepta, 1833, Munich, crowned arms, rev. value and date in wreath (Divo 25b; KM.14), extremely fine, with lustre

£100-120

Greece, Otho (1832-62), 2-Lepta (3), 1834, Munich, 1839, 1840, Athens, crowned arms, rev. value and date in wreath (Divo 25c, 25g, 25h; KM.14), very fine and better, and Lepton (2), 1842, 1851 (Divo 29i, 32a), fine and good very fine (5)

£100-120

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2151

2151

Greece, Otho (1832-62), Pattern copper 5-Drachmai, 1833, Ertel trial piece, Munich, legend, rev. monument, reeded edge (Divo P37-RRR), some marks on edge and reeding incomplete between 5 and 6 o’clock, good very fine, rare

£150-200

Greece, Otho (1832-62), Pattern copper 5-Drachmai, 1833, Ertel trial piece, Munich, legend, rev. monument, reeded edge (Divo P37-RRR), edge knocks, very fine, rare

£80-100

2152 2152

Greece, Otho (1832-62), 5-Drachmai, 1833, silver, young head right, engraver’s name below truncation, rev. crowned arms, value and date below (Divo 10a; KM.20), cleaned, good very fine

£100-120

2153 2153

2154

2155

2156

Greece, George I (1863-1913), Drachma, 1873A, young head left, rev. crowned arms, value below (Divo 53b; KM.38), lightly toned, good extremely fine

£150-200

Greece, George I (1863-1913), Drachma (3), 1873A (2), 1874A, young head left, rev. crowned arms, value below (Divo 53b-c; KM.38), very fine and better (3)

£100-120

Greece, George I (1863-1913), 10-Lepta (3), 1869BB, 1878K, 1882A, first with young head left, others with older head left, rev. value in wreath (Divo 59a, 60a, 60c; KM.43, 55), together with Lepton (2), 1869, 1878 (Divo 69a, 70a; KM.40, 52), 1869 very fine, others extremely fine, with some lustre (5)

£100-140

Greece, George I (1863-1913), 10-Lepta (6), 1894A (3), 1895A (3), large crown, rev. value within wreath (Divo 61a-b; KM.59), very fine and better, with 20-Lepta, 10-Lepta, 5-Lepta, 1912, Paris, first with arms on crowned mantle right, date below, rev. Athena standing, olive branch and value, others crown right, rev. Athenian owl on amphora, olive branch and value (Divo 58, 62, 66; KM.64, 63, 62), copper spot on first, extremely fine (9)

£80-100

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2158

2159

Greece, George I (1863-1913), 2-Lepta, 1878K, old head left, rev. value in wreath (Divo 68; KM.53), rub on the high points, extremely fine, with lustre

£120-150

Crete, Greek Administration, 2-Lepta (2), 1900A, 1901A, Lepton, 1901A (2) (Divo 137, 138; KM.2, 1), uncirculated with lustre (4)

£120-150

Hong Kong, 20-Cents, 1893, 10-Cents, 1887, 5-Cents, 1900, Cents (11), 1865 (2), 1866, 1877, 1881, 1904, 1905 (2), 1925 (2), 1926, and Half-Cents (2), 1931, 1933, average very fine, a few better (16)

£80-100

2160 2160

2161

2162

Hungary, Matthias II (1612-19), Taler, 1619 KB, Kremniyz, laureate, draped and armoured bust right, rev. shiled on Imperial eagle (Dav.3056; KM.59), excavated and part cleaned but verdegris and other deposit remaining, otherwise very fine

£100-120

Hungary, Maria Theresa (1740-80), Thaler, 1780 B (KM.386.2), Josef II, Thalers (2), 1782 B, 1786 B, silver, angels holding crown above arms, rev. Madonna and child (KM.395.1, 400.2), about very fine (3)

£100-150

Hungary, Franz Joseph (1848-1916), silver coins (9), Forint (3), 1873KB, 1881KB, 1891KB (KM.453.1, 465, 475), 5-Korona 1907 (KM.489), 2-Korona (2), 1912 (KM.493), very fine and better, and 5-Pengo, 1938 (3), extremely fine (9)

£100-120

2163 2163

India, Kushano-Sasanian, Vahran Kushanshah, temp. Kidara (c.350-65), scyphate ¿ Dinar, 7.74g, king standing left wearing flat-topped crown making offerings at a fire altar, garlanded trident with crescent top above, holding trident standard to right, with Kidarite tamgha in right field, rev. Siva standing with bull Nandi behind, holding trident and noose (cf. Göbl 733; ANS 2430), two cracks on edge of flan, about extremely fine WWW.SPINK.COM

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2165

2166

2167

2165

India, Mughal Empire, Jahangir (1605-27), zodiac Rupee, 10.79g, Taurus, Ahmadabad, date unclear (AH1027) (KM.150.5), very good, rare

£150-200

India, Mughal Empire, Jahangir (1605-27), zodiac Rupee, 10.79g, Leo, Ahmadabad, date unclear (AH1027), ry.13 (KM.150.11), very good, rare

£150-200

India, East India Company, Bombay Presidency, Æ dump Pice, crown/legend, Madras Presidency, Double-Fanam, undated (1808), Æ 10-Cash, 1808 (2), 5-Cash, 1803 (3), British India, Rupees (14), 1835 (2), 1840 (5), 1862 (2), 1877, 1878, 1879, 1888, 1905, ½-Rupees (5), 1840, 1888, 1914, 1942, 1944, ¼-Rupee (5), 1835, 1919, 1942, 1943, 1947, 2-Annas (8), 1841 (4), 1862, 1904, 1917, 1940, other minor Coins (8), fine to extremely fine (47)

£200-250

India, East India Company, Major General Claude Martin, Æ Token, 25.7mm, undated (1797), uniformed bust of Martin left, rev. Urdu legend in three lines, Soho (Birmingham) mint (cf. BHM 424, Pr.399, Puddester 796.1), test punch on reverse, very fine; India, Travancore, Rani Parvathi Bai (1815-29), Æ 4-Cash, Cash (2), all ME991 (1815) (KM.9, 11), fine to very fine, the 4-Cash rare, other coins (5), generally very fine (9)

£200-300

2168 x2168

India, East India Company, Madras Presidency, ¿ Mohur (Ashrafi), 11.67g, undated (1819), arms of the East India Company, rev. Persian legend: ashrafi kampani angrez bahadur (Pr.241; KM.421.1), edge nick between 9 and 10 o’clock, good very fine

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE:

From the Fame sailing from Bengal and Madras to London, shipwrecked just south of Cape Town on 14th June 1822

2169 x2169

India, East India Company, Madras Presidency, ¿ 5-Rupees (⅓-Mohur), 3.85g, undated (1820), lion holding crown left above shield, rev. Persian legend: panj rupiya kampani angrez bahadur (Pr.244; KM.422), surface a little water damaged, and part of edge smooth, very fine PROVENANCE:

Salvage from the Fame sailing from Bengal and Madras to London, shipwrecked just south of Cape Town on 14th June 1822 199

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2171

2172

2173

2174

India, East India Company, miscellaneous coins, ¡ (11), Æ (10), including, India, William IV, Rupee, 1⁄ 2 -Rupee, Æ 1⁄ 4 -Anna, 1835, Victoria, Rupees (3), 1840 (2), 1901, 1 ⁄ 2 -, 1⁄ 4 -Rupee, 1840, 2-Annas (2), 1841, later Coins (3), Penang, Æ 2-Cents, 1825, Straits Settlements, Æ Cent, 1⁄ 2 -Cents (2), 1⁄ 4 -Cents (2), all 1845, 1⁄ 4 -Cent, 1862, Singapore, Æ Keping, merchant’s token, AR coins generally very fine or better, Æ coins fine to good very fine (21)

£150-200

India, East India Company, William IV (1830-37), Rupee, Bombay, 1⁄ 2 -Rupee, Calcutta, F incuse on truncation, 1⁄ 4 -Rupee, Bombay, R.S. on truncation, all 1835 (Pr.40, 69, 85; S&W.1.47, 1.54, 1.61), the first two very fine, the 1⁄ 4-Rupee extremely fine (3)

£200-250

British India, Rupees (3), 1840, 1862, 1887 B, 1⁄ 4 -Rupee, 1862, 2-Annas, 1862, Æ 1⁄ 2 Anna, 1835, 1⁄ 4 -Anna (2), 1835, 1862 (KM.458, 446.1, 447.1, 467, 469, 470, 473.1, 492), generally very fine or better (8)

£80-100

British India, Assam, Retreat Club Canteen brass tokens (4), circular 8 and 4; octagonal 2 and 1, all undated, Silchar (first two unpublished, others Pr.200, 201), some spots of discoloration, otherwise extremely fine, with traces of lustre, very rare as a set (4)

£150-200

Iceland, set of medallic coinage, 1930, on the 1000th year Althing, silver 10-Kronur and 5-Kronur, bronze 2-Kronur, values incuse on edge (KM.MS.1), very fine, in case of issue (3)

£200-250

2176

2175 2175

2176

Italy, Carmagnola, Michele Antonio di Saluzzo (1504-28), Testone, undated, 8.10g, eagle, rev. St Costanzo standing (CNI II, 25/46; MIR 145), crack across obverse, fine

£60-80

Italy, Casale, Guglielmo II Paleologo (1494-1518), Testone, undated, 8.4g, bust left, rev. SACRI RO IMP PRINC VICA PP shield (CNI 41), fine, scarce

£120-150

2177 2177

Italy, Napoleon (1804-14), 5-Lire, 1809 Bologna, head right, rev. shield (Dav.202; Pag.48), good very fine

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Italy, Kingdom of Napoleon I (1804-14), 5-Lire, 1810 B, Bologna, head right, rev. shield on eagle within crowned mantle (KM.10.5; Mont.78; Pag.49), about very fine

£80-100

2179 2179

Italy, Kingdom of Napoleon I (1804-14), 5-Lire, 1814 M, Milan, head right, rev. shield on eagle within crowned mantle, ountali sagomati (KM.10.4; Mont.231; P.32a), some cabinet friction and some light cabinet toning, lustrous and uncirculated, rare thus

2180 2180

2181

£1,000-1,200

2181

Italy, Napoleonic Kingdom of Naples and Sicily, Campania, Joseph Napoleon (1806-08), 120-Grana, 1808, head left, rev. crowned shield supported by two female figures, date and value below, dolphins on edge (Dav.165; KM.248; Mont.409), flan crack at 9 o’clock, good very fine

£200-300

Italy, Parma, Duchess Maria Luigia (1815-47), 5-Lire, 1815, crowned head left, rev. crowned shield above value (KM.30; Mont.115; Pag.5), very light cabinet tone on lustrous surfaces, some cabinet friction but practically uncirculated

£600-800

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Italy, Sardinia, Vittoria Emanuele I (1814-21), 5-Lire, 1817 L, m.m. eagle’s head, Turin, head right, rev. crowned shield (Dav.133; KM.113), fine

£80-100

2183 2184 2183

2184

Italy, Trento, Bishopric, Friderich von Wangen (1207-18), Grosso, 1.67g, under Frederick Barbarossa, +EPS TRIDENTI, crowned bust left, rev. +. INPERATOR., cross and F in field, small edge chip at 3 o’clock, very fine

£200-300

Italy, Vatican, Alexander VIII, Testone, anno I, 1690, bust right, rev. oxen and plough (B.2178), good very fine

£80-100

2185

2185

2186

2186

Italy, Vatican, Sede Vacante, Cardinal Camerlengo Bartolomeo Pacca, Half-Scudo, 1823 B, arms, rev. the Church seated in clouds (CNI 4; Munt.5; Pag.113), die cracks, about extremely fine, some lustre

£80-100

Italy, Vatican, Pius IX (1846-78), Scudo, anno VII, 1853 R, bust left, rev. value (Dav.194; Pag.394), very fine

£60-80

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2187 2187 2188 2189

2188

2189

Italy, Venice, Antonio Venier (1382-1400), Zecchino, 3.47g, Doge kneeling before St Mark, rev. Christ in mandorla (F.1229), good very fine

£250-300

Italy, Venice, Alvise Mocenigo IV (1763-78), Zecchino, 3.51g, Doge kneeling before St Mark, rev. Christ in mandorla (F.1421), good very fine

£250-300

Italy, Venice, Ludovico Manin (1789-97), Zecchino, 3.48g, Doge kneeling before St Mark, rev. Chrst in mandorla (F.1445), very fine

£150-200

2190 2190

2191

2192

2193

Luxembourg, Wenceslas II (First reign, 1383-88), Gros, 3.013g, + WENCEL ROMANOR Z BOEM REX, eagle, rev. + MONETA NOVA LVCENBVRGE, large crown over shield (BV.165; de Mey 167; Probst 163.1), very fine, toned

£100-150

Malta, copper coins (30), including Grano (7), 1709, 1726, 1734, 1739, 1747, 1751, 1755 (KM.140, 193, 239), 5-Grani, 1790 (KM.299.1), mixed condition, many very fine (30)

£150-200

Malta, Emmanuel Pinto (1741-73), 30-Tari, 1761 (KM.a256), Fransisco Ximenez de Texada (1773-75), 4-Tari, 1774 (KM.285), Emmanuel de Rohan (1775-97), 2-Scudi (2), both 1796, bust right, rev. crowned oval shield, date above (KM.343), about very fine (4)

£150-200

Mauritius, Victoria (1837-1901), 20-Cents (2), both 1877H, 10-Cents, 1886, Cent, 1884, and George V, 5-Cents, 1922, 2-Cents, 1920, and Cent, 1911, very fine or better (7)

£100-120

2194 2195 x2194

Mauritius, Victoria (1837-1901), Five-Cents, 1888, diademed bust left, rev. MAURITIUS 1888 around figure 5 within beaded circle (KM.9), in a PCGS MS-63BN slab, good extremely fine

£150-200

Mexico, Philip V (1700-46), 8-Reales, Mexico City, 1734/3 MF (KM.103), very fine

£250-300

FIVE CENTS

x2195

PROVENANCE:

Salvage from the Reigersdaal, sailing from Texel to the East, shipwrecked at Springfontein, north of Cape Town on 25th October 1747 203


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Mexico, Philip V (1700-46), 8-Reales, Mexico City, 1736 MF (KM.103), good fine

£200-250

PROVENANCE:

Salvage from the Reigersdaal, sailing from Texel to the East, shipwrecked at Springfontein, north of Cape Town on 25th October 1747 2197

No Lot

2198

Monaco, Louis I (1662-1701), Half-Ecu, 1666, bust right, rev. crowned shield (KM.43.1), good fine, scarce

£150-200

2199 2199

2200

Monaco, Honore V (1819-41), pattern Décime and pattern 5-Centimes, both 1838, head left, signed E. ROGAT., rev. value in wreath, plain edge (KM.Pn5 and 3), extremely fine and with some lustre (2)

£150-200

Morroco, Sulayman II (1793-1822), Dirhams (5), ‘Abd al-Aziz (1894-1908), 1⁄20-Rial, AH1321 (KM.18.1), Dirhams poorly struck, generally fine for type; Muwahhid/Hafsid, Anonymous square Dirhams (11), Tlemcen (1), Marakesh (1), but mostly without mint name, Dirham, Qirat, generally about fine to good fine; Tunisia, Mustafa III (1757-75), Piastre, AH1186, Mahmud II (1808-39), Piastre, AH1243 (KM.57, 90), the first pierced, about fine, the second fine; Turkey, Abdul Mejid (1839-61), billon 20-Para, AH1255/3 (KM.653), fine (22)

£200-250

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2201 2201

2202

2203

2204

2202

Netherlands, Hainaut, William III (1356-89), Plaque or Double Gros, 3.28g, Valenciennes, +GVILLELMVS: COMES: HANONIE, monogram dividing ha-ho-ze-fr, MONE-TA. VAL-ENCEN-ENSIS, long cross with lion in first and third angle and eagle in second and fourth (Chalon 101), very fine

£100-120

Netherlands, Holland, Leicester Half-Real, 1586, laureate and armoured bust right, rev. circle of six shields (Del.896; Verk.44.1), dark tone, very fine, scarce

£200-250

Netherlands, Albert and Isabelle, Patagons (3), and Philip IV, Patagons (2), Maastricht, 1630, Brussels, 1622, excavated condition, lightly cleaned but still with verdegris and other deposit, fine (5)

£150-200

Netherlands, Rijksdaalders (5), Gelderland, 1618, 1649, Zeeland, 1621, 1654, and West-Friesland, 1619, and a Half-Rijksdaalder, Holland, 1626, this date not listed in Delmonte, all excavated condition, gently cleaned but still with verdegris and other deposit, fine or better (6)

£150-200

2205 2206 2205

2206

Netherlands, Gelderland, Ducat, 1661, knight, rev. legend on tablet (Del.649; F.237), slight crease, good very fine

£150-200

Netherlands, Liege, Maximilian Henry of Bavaria (1650-88), Patagon, 1671, byst right, rev. crowned shield (Dav.4294), good very fine

£60-80

2207 2207

2208

2208

Netherlands, Utrecht, Ducat, 1608 over 3, knight, rev. legend on tablet (Del.963; F.F.284), creased, very fine

£140-180

Netherlands, Westfriesland, Ducat, 3.45g, 1642, knight, rev. legend on tablet (Del.836; F.294), badly creased, and associated small edge split, otherwise good very fine

£200-250

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Netherlands, West Friesland, Rijksdaalder, 1596, armoured bust of William the Silent right, rev. crested helm over shield (Dav.8865; Del.924), cleaned, edge loss at 3 o’clock, good fine, scarce

£100-150

2210 Austrian Netherlands, 3-Florins, or 3-Gulden, 1790, lion holding sword and shield, rev. circle of eleven shields (Dav.1285; KM.50), good very fine

£250-300

2211

New Zealand, Florins (3), 1934, 1943, 1963 (KM.4, 10.1, 28.2), extremely fine (3)

£100-150

2212

New Zealand, Christchurch, Milner and Thompson, Penny, no date (1881), Maori warrior, rev. native girl by tree (KM.Tn 49), extremely fine, traces of lustre, Keeling Cocos Islands, J Clunies Ross token 25-Cents, 1913 (KM.Tn 3), very fine, other Australian tokens (2), fine (4)

£100-140

Paraguay, 4-Centesimos, 2-Centesimos and Centesimos (2), all 1840, star in wreath, rev. value (KM.4.1, 3, 2), good very fine to extremely fine, some lustre, one of the Cents with full lustre (4)

£80-100

Paraguay, 1⁄12-Real, 1845 (2), value, rev. lion, the two varieties, one with normal and the other with inverted die axis (KM.1.1), good very fine, the first with some lustre, both with old collection numbers on reverse (2)

£60-80

Paraguay, 1⁄12-Real, 1845 (5), value, rev. lion, three Birmingham strikings (KM.1.1), the other two crude strikings from the Ascuncion mint (KM.1.2), all with upright die axis, very fine, all with old collection numbers on reverse (5)

£50-70

2210

2213

2214

2215

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A COLLECTION OF POLISH COINS The fourth and final offering from an extensive collection formed in the 1950s and 1960s by a Polish gentleman

2216

2216 (x2) 2216

Poland, Sigismund II Augustus (1548-72), Ducat, 3.56g, 1556, Gdansk (Danzig), SIGIS. AVG. REX. POLO. D. PRVS., crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. MONE. NO. AVR. CIVI . GEDANEN. 1556, city shield with supporters (F.2; HCz.489 - R3), slightly creased as usual,

a light graze behind head and a small mark under the date on the reverse, otherwise extremely fine

£15,000-20,000

PROVENANCE:

Coin Galleries, New York, 9-10 November 1962, lot 290, $290

2217

2217 (x2) 2217

Poland, Stephan Bathory (1576-86), Ducat, 3.54g, 1584, Gdansk (Danzig), cuirassed bust right, in double beaded (ring), city shield with supporters (F.3; HCz.723 - R2), small metal flaw on cheek, extremely fine with attractive bright golden lustre STEPHANVS. D: G. REX. POL. D. PRVS., crowned and circle, rev. + MONE. NO.AVR. CIVI. GEDANENSIS. 84 +

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, 15 October 1965, £100

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Poland, Stephan Bathory (1576-86), Ducat, 3.55g, 1586, Gdansk (Danzig), STEPHANVS. D: G. REX. POL. D. PRVS., crowned and cuirassed bust right, in double beaded circle, rev. + MONE. NO.AVR. CIVI. GEDANENSIS. 86 + (ring), city shield with supporters (F.3; HCz.770), slightly off centre, metal flaw on obverse, otherwise good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, 25 October 1957, £13

£600-800

2219 2219 (x2) 2219

Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Ducat, 3.53g, 1593, Gdansk (Danzig), SIGISMVND. III. D:G. REX. POL. D: PRVS, crowned and cuirassed bust right, lion head on shoulder, rev. MONE. NO. AVR. CIVI. GEDANENSIS 93, Chi-Rho above city shield with supporters (F.10; HCz.896 - R3), small metal flaw now filled with black deposit on king’s temple, very light crease, attractive extremely fine with lustre PROVENANCE: Coin Galleries, New York, 9-10 November 1962, lot 304

£4,000-5,000

2220 2220 (x2) 2220

Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Ducat, 3.50g, 1595, Marienburg mint, .SIGISMVN. III. D:G. (shield) .REX. PO; M;D;L;, crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. D.MONE. NO. AVR. REGNI. POLO. 95. (ring), crowned shield (F.55; HCz.5033 - R5), wavy flan, small remains of old deposit both sides, small nick on reverse edge at 7 o’clock and a slight scratch on shield, very fine, rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink, 15 October 1958, WWW.SPINK.COM

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2221

2221 (x2) 2221

Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Ducat, 3.52g, 1596, Gdansk (Danzig), .SIGIS. 3. D:G. REX. PO. ET. SVE. D.P, crowned and cuirassed bust right, lion head on shoulder, rev. (ring) .MONE. NO. AVR. CIVI. GEDANENSIS. 96., chi-ro above city shield with supporters (F.10; HCz.1007 - R2), wavy flan, good very fine and with some lustre

£3,000-5,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased in 1966 for £46.4/-

2222

2222 (x2) 2222

Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Ducat, 3.51g, 1610, Gdansk (Danzig), .SIGIS. 3. D. G. REX. POL. M. D. L. R. P, crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. (wing) .MONE. NO. AVR. CIVI. GEDANEN 1610., city shield with supporters (F.10; HCz.5774), weak on edge above crown, otherwise extremely fine and with brilliant lustre PROVENANCE: Coin Galleries, New York, 9-10 November 1962, lot 311, $200

209

£4,000-5,000


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2223 (x2)

2223

Latvia, under Poland (1581-1621), Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1621), Ducat, 3.50g, 1588, struck at Vilno (Vilnius), SIG: III. D: G: REX; PO: D: LIVO:, crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. MO. NO. AVREA. CIVITATIS. RIGE. 88 (flower), city arms with supporters (F.5; HCz.10153 - R7), wavy flan and slightly off centre due to double striking, very fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Coin Galleries, New York, 9-10 November 1962, lot 300, $575

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2224

2224 (x2)

2224

Lithuania, under Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), 5-Ducats, 17.28g, 1622, SIG: 3 D G: REX. POL: M: DVX. LIT: RVSS: PRVSS:, crowned and cuirassed bust right, wearing wide lace ruff and with lion skin tied over shoulder, rev. .SA: LI: NEC: NO: SVE - GOT: VAN: HAER: REX, crowned shield of Poland, Lithuania, Sweden and the Folkung Lion of the House of Bjelbo (as hereditary King of the Swedes, Goths and Wends), within Collar of the Golden Fleece, crown dividing date above, V (mark of value) below (F.6; KM.27; HCz.1431 - R5), small edge split at 5 o’clock, very lightly scratched in front of face, small scratch on Lithuanian quarter on reverse, nearly extremely fine, an attractive example of this impressive and rare coin PROVENANCE: Coin Galleries, New York, 9-10 November 1962, lot 323, $925

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2225 (x2)

2225

Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), 4-Ducats, 13.75g, 1611, SIGISMVNDVS. III. DG. REX. PO. ET. SVE., crowned, cuirased and draped bust right, rev. M. D. LIT: RVSIE: PRV: - MAS: SAM: LI: XC., crowned shield, date above (F.79; HCz.1273 note), weak around edges from a mount, a mark in front of king’s face, good fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Donald Crowther, 28 October 1966, £245 Hutten-Czapski lists a 5Ducat of 1611, but not a 4-Ducat. In a note to 1273 he states ‘Bandtkie, No. 724, et Reichel, No. 883, décrivent une piéce pareille de 4 Ducats de valeur, on recontre souvent des piéces d’or de ce règne, de différentes valeurs frappée au même coin.

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2226 (x2)

2226

Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Donatywa of 7-Ducats, 23.55g, 1614, Gdansk (Danzig), SIGISMVNDVS. III .D: G: REX. POLONIAE. MAG: DVX. LIT: RVS: PRVSSIAE., crowned, draped and cuirassed bust right, wearing large ruff and collar of the Golden Fleece, tiny date above, arabesques at start and end of legend, rev. EX. AVRO. SOLIDO. CIVITAS. GEDANENSIS. FIERI. F., branches of palm and laurel above city shield with supporters, date in floral swags of decorated base and second, smaller, date below, mint master’s initials S-A (for Samuel Ammon) at base of shield and also at ends of decorated base, arabesques at start and end of legend (F.-; cf. HCz.1309 note), mount removed at 12 o’clock but this does not seriously affect the coin, some surface marks but about extremely fine, some areas of attractive pink and yellow colour and some lustre, very rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Donald Crowther, 3 March 1970, £399 Hutten Czapski lists the 5Ducats for this date (HCz.1309), and in the 1912 supplement (vol.V) a piece of 8Ducats weighing 28.0g is listed (HCz.10246). They are from the same dies as this coin. Another 5-Ducats, from the present collection, also from these dies, was offered in Spink auction 236, 22-23 March 2016, lot 956. Hutten Czapski’s note discusses the reasons for the production of this series of remarkable Donatywy. ‘Les coins sont d’une finesse extrême ce qui fait qu’on trouve ces pièces rarement bien conservées. Elles appartiennent à une suite de belles pièces appelées Donatywy frappées par Dantzig, ville opulente et fidèle, pour être offertes aux rois de P. en cadeau, lors de leurs passages et de leurs sèjours dans ses murs, ainsi qu’à différentes occasions comme mariages, baptêmes, quand elle ne faisait pas graver des médailles spéciales pour ces évènements.’ While 5-Ducats and 10-Ducats of this date appear from time to time, the values inbetween are extremely rare.

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2227

2227 (x2) 2227

Poland, Wladislaw IV Vasa (1632-48), Ducat, 3.48g, 1639, Gdansk (Danzig), VLAD: IIII. D:G: REX POL: M: D: L. RVS: PR., crowned bust right, wearing falling lace collar, rev. MON: AUVREA CIVITATIS GEDANEN: 1639., city shield with supporters, dividing G-R for Gerhard Rogge below (F.15; HCz.1801), scrapes and scuffs both sides, otherwise good very fine with some lustre

£3,000-4,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased 2 February 1960, £17

2228

2228 (x2) 2228

Poland, Wladislaw IV Vasa (1632-48), Ducat, 3.46g, 1646, Gdansk (Danzig), VLAD: IIII D: G: R: POL: & SVEC: M: D: L. R: P:, crowned bust right, wearing falling lace collar, rev. MON: AVREA. CIVITATIS GEDANEN 1646, city shield with supporters, dividing G-R for Gerhard Rogge below (F.15; 9737 - R4), good very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased 30 October 1960, £31.5/WWW.SPINK.COM

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2229

2229 (x2) 2229

Poland, Wladislaw IV, Vasa (1632-48), Ducat, 3.48g, 1634, Thorn, VLA. IIII. D: G. REX. POL. ET. SVE. M.D.L.R.P.M, crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. MONETA. AVR. CIVIT. THORVNSIS. 1634, angel above city shield dividing I-I (F.58; cf. HCz.1762), extremely fine with lustre

£6,000-8,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased 30 October 1960, £31.5/-

2230

2230 (x2) 2230

Poland, Wladislaw IV, Vasa (1632-48), Ducat, 3.47g, 1642, Thorn, VLAD. IIII. D: G. REX. POL. M. D. L. RVS. P., crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. MONETA. AVREA. CIVITATIS THORVNSIS., angel above city shield dividing date and M-S for Melchior Schirmer (F.58; HCz.1837 - R5), extremely fine and lustrous, very rare PROVENANCE: Purchased from Donald Crowther, 5 May 1967, £71.8/-

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£10,000-15,000


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2231

2231 (x2)

2231

Poland, John II Casimir (1648-68), 4-Ducats, 1655, 13.39g, Thorn, IOAN: CAS:D:G: REX POL: ET SVE: M:D:L:R:P:, crowned , cuirassed and draped bust right, wearing Collar and Badge of the Order of the Golden Fleece, rev. initial mark star in triangle, EX. AVRO. SOLIDO. CIVIT. THORNENS. FIERI. F:, view of the city of Thorn across the river Vistula, angels with shield in clouds above, 16-HL-55 in field at low left (for mint master Hans Lippe) (F.62; cf. H.Cz.2050 for a piece of 3-Ducats), edge damaged from a mount and reverse legends re-engraved at 3 and 9 o’clock where mount removed, fine, very rare PROVENANCE:

Purchased in December 1953 for £23

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2232 (x2) 2232

Poland, John II Casimir (1648-68), 2-Ducats, 6.86g, 1662, IO: CASIM. D: G. RE - X. POL. & SVE: M. D: L., large crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. MONETA:AVREA REGN. POL. 1662, crowned square topped dividing A-T for Andrzej Tymf (F.89; HCz.2206 - R5), extremely fine and lustrous, rare

£15,000-25,000

PROVENANCE: Purchased from Donald Crowther, 4 May 1967, £110.5/-

2233

2233 (x2) 2233

Poland, John II Casimir (1648-68), Ducat, 3.47g, 1654, Thorn IOAN CAS. D: G. R.POL. ET. SVEC. M. D. L. R. PR., large crowned and draped bust right, rev. MONETA. AVREA. CIVIT. THORVNENSIS., angel holding city shield dividing date and HD-L (F.60; HCz.5889 - R5), field smoothed behind bust, extremely fine and lustrous, rare PROVENANCE:

Coin Galleries, New York, 9-10 November 1962, lot 350, $240

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2234 2234 (x2) 2234

Poland, John II Casimir (1648-68), Ducat, 3.45g, 1653 over 1, Gdansk (Danzig), IOA. CAS. D. G. R. POL. & SUE. M. D. L. R. P., crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. MON. AUREA CIVITAT; GEDANENSIS: 1653, city arms with supporters, floral wreath above, cartouche dividing G-R, for Gerhard Rogge, below (F.24; HCz.2041 - R3), wavy flan, small mark in front of face, good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Donald Crowther, 22 June 1979, £70

£1,000-1,500

2235 2235 (x2) 2235

Poland, John II Casimir (1648-68), Ducat, 3.46g, 1662, Gdansk (Danzig), IOH. CAS. D. G. R. POL. & SUEC. M. D. L. R. P., crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. MON. AUREA CIVITAT. GEDANENSIS. 1662, city arms with supporters, floral wreath above, cartouche dividing D-L (F.24; HCz.-; Ch.864), creased and straightened, fine PROVENANCE: Schulman, Amsterdam, March 1958, lot 3379 Purchased from Spink, 6 March 1958, £7.10/-

£400-500

2236 2236 (x2) 2236

Lithuania, John II Casimir (1648-68), Half-Ducat, 1.70g, 1665, Vilnius, IOAN. CAS. REX., laureate head right, TLB, for mintmaster Titus Livius Boratyni below, rev. MON. AVREA. MAG. D. L. 1665, horseman, holding sword and shield (Pogon), galloping left, monogram of HKPL, for the Lithuanian Treasurer Hieronimus Kryszpin Kirszenstein Litewski, below (F.10; HCz.5926 - R2), creased, about very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased November 1966, for £37.16/WWW.SPINK.COM

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2237

2237 (x2)

2237

Poland, Michael Korybut (1669-73), Ducat, 3.46g, 1673, Gdansk (Danzig), MICHAEL D G REX POL. M D L R. P., crowned, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. MON. AUREA. CIVITAT. GEDANENS. 1673, city shield with supporters, wreath of flowers above, cartouche dividing D-L below (F.32; HCz.2383 - R2), tiny mark on edge below bust, good very fine

£3,000-4,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased 28 November 1963 for $126.50

2238

2238 (x2)

2238

Poland, John III Sobieski (1674-96), Ducat, 3.50g, 1677, Gdansk (Danzig), IOAN. III D. G REX POL. M. D. L. R. P, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. MON. AUREA CIVITAT. GEDANENS. 1677, city shield with supporters, wreath of flowers above, cartouche dividing D-L below (F.36; HCz.2437 - R2), weak strike on laurel wreath and corresponding area on reverse, otherwise extremely fine with lustre PROVENANCE:

Purchased 28 November 1963 for $126.50

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2239 2239 (x2) 2239

Poland, John III Sobieski (1674-96), Ducat, 3.52g, 1688, Gdansk (Danzig), IOAN. III D G. REX POL. M. D. L. R. PR., crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. MON. AUREA CIVITAT. GEDAN* 1688, city shield with supporters (F.36; HCz.2503 - R2), extremely fine

£6,000-8,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink 23 January 1964, £60

2240 2240 (x2) 2240

Poland - Saxony, Friedrich August I (Augustus II), (1697-1733), Coronation Ducat, 3.46g, 1697, king on horseback right, rev. crown dividing D-G over legend in five lines, F A E S EL: IN REG: POLONIARUM D.17/27 IUN: AO.1697 (F.2827; HCz.2587), extremely fine

£800-1,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased in November 1962 for £25

2241 2241 (x2) 2241

Poland, Augustus II (1697-1733), Ducat, 4.49g, 1702, Thorn, AUGUST. II. DG. REX. POL. M.DL.R.P.EL.S., crowned and draped bust right, rev. MONETA. AVREA. CIVIT. THORVNENSIS., angle above city shield dividing date, a slightly heavy later striking (F.67; H.Cz.2626), scratch on reverse otherwise extremely fine, rare PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, May 1958, £9 WWW.SPINK.COM

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2242

2242 (x2) 2242

Poland - Saxony, Friedrich August I (Augustus II), (1694-1733), Ducat, 3.37g, 1711, on the Vicariat, FRID AVGVST, King on horseback right, rev. crossed sword and sceptre, crowns and orb and date in angles (F.2823; Ch.1116), extremely fine

£600-800

PROVENANCE:

Coin Galleries, New York, 9-10 November 1962, lot 395, $130

2243 2243 (x2) 2243

Poland - Saxony, Friedrich August II (Augustus III), (1733-63), Half-August d’or (2½-Talers), 3.23g, 1753, Leipzig, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shield (F.2860; HCz.2811 - R3), fine

£500-600

PROVENANCE:

David M Bullowa Purchased from Spink, 17 February 1959, $25,

2244 2244 (x2) 2244

Poland - Saxony, Friedrich August II (Augustus III), (1733-63), Ducat, 3.48g, 1742, on the Vicariat, King on horseback right, rev. insignia on throne (F.2865; HCz.4687), extremely fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased in July 1961 for £16.16/221

£600-800


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2245 (x2) 2245

Poland - Saxony, Friedrich August II (Augustus III), (1733-63), Coronation medal of 2-Ducats, 6.92g, 1734, MERVIT. ET. TVEBITVR., crown, rev. legend in seven lines (Khant 621; HCz.2753 - R1), extremely fine

£1,500-2,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 4 June 1954, £25

2246 2246 (x2) 2246

Poland - Saxony, Friedrich August II (Augustus III), (1733-63), Ducat, 3.49g, 1738, Dresden, on the marriage of his daughter Maria Amalia to King Charles of Sicily, hand holding cross over two hearts on an altar, rev. legend in nine lines (F.2852a; HCz.7828 - R3), very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 21 September 1960, £18.18/-

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2247

2247 (x2) 2247

Poland, Stanislas August (1764-95), 3-Ducats, 12.33g, 1794, head left, rev. crowned shields in wreath, value below (F.98; HCz.3365 - R2), extremely fine

£4,000-5,000

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 15 July 1964, £117.6/8

2248

2248

2249

2248 (x2)

2249 (x2)

Poland, Stanislas August (1764-95), Ducat, 3.47g, 1792, head right, rev. legend in wreath AUREUS NUMMUS POLONIAE ANNO 1792 (F.104; HCz.3342), very fine

£1,000-1,200

PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Donald Crowther, 25 May 1970, £59.4/2249

Poland, Czar Alexander I (1815-25), 25-Zloty, 4.89g, 1817, head right, rev. crowned double-headed eagle, oblique milling (F.106; HCz.3511), weak on the head, as often seen, otherwise good very fine PROVENANCE:

Purchased from Spink, 25 September 1958, SFr.144 223

£600-800


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OTHER PROPERTIES

2250 2251 2250

2251

Poland - Lithuania, Sigismund II August (1548-72), Half-Grosz, 1561, knight, rev. eagle (HCz.515), very fine

£30-40

Poland, Wladislaw IV Vasa (1632-48), Taler, 1636, King in armour half-length right, holding sword and orb, rev. crowned shield (Dav.4326; Gum.1547), cleaned, very fine

£500-600

2253 2252 2252

2253

Poland, Wladislaw IV Vasa (1632-48), Thorn, Taler, 1640 MS, King in armour halflength right, holding sword and orb, rev. angel above shield dividing date amd M-S, for Melchior Schirmer (Dav.4375; Neumann 15), scratch on obverse, cleaned, very fine

£300-500

Poland, Stanislaus August Poniatowski (1764-95), 4-Groschen, or Zloty, 1767, head right, rev. round shield (KM.185; Plage 276), extremely fine

£150-200

2254 2254

Poland, Stanislaw August Poniatowski (1732-92), silver medal, 1771, King rescued from kidnappers, designed by I L Oexlein, two half-naked Furies attack the King outside the city as the hand of God protects him, rev. Providence protects the King (HCz.3124; Racz.520), with ring mount, very fine WWW.SPINK.COM

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2255 2255

2256

Poland, Republic, 5-Zlotych, 1925, Adoption of the Constitution, crowned eagle with wings open, monogram by date, rev. Polonia enthroned, 81 pearls in circle, lettered edge (KM.17.3), extremely fine

£800-1,000

Poland, Republic, 5-Zlotych, 1930, Centennial of 1830 Revolution, crowned eagle with wings open flanked by value, rev. pole with flag and banner divides dates, lettered edge (KM.19.1), extremely fine

£60-80

2257 2258 2257

2258

Russia, Crimea, Catherine II (1783-96), 10-Kopeks, 1787 TM, crowned EII monogram, high crown, rev. wide 10, with ten dots (Bitkin 1279-R2, KM.60.2), some verdigris on reverse, otherwise good very fine, rare

£600-800

Russia, Alexander II (1855-81), Rouble, 1859, Nicholas I Memorial, head left, rev. monument (Bitkin 567; Dav.290; KM.28), light grey toning, extremely fine and with lustre

£600-800

2259 2259

2260

2260

Russia, Nicholas I (1825-55), Platinum 3-Roubles, 1828, eagle, rev. value (F.160; KM.C177; Sev.594), extremely fine

£1,500-2,000

Sarawak, Charles J. Brooke (1868-1917), 20-Cents, 1900H, head left, rev. value (KM.10; Pr.4), tiny mark on edge at 10 o’clock, extremely fine

£120-150

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2261 2261

2262

Sarawak, Charles Johnson Brooke (1868-1917), Cent, 1886, head left, rev. value (KM.6; Pr.38), extremely fine, with traces of lustre

£150-200

Sarawak, 10-Cents (4), 1920, 1927, 1934 (2), Cents (5), 1870 (2), 1886, 1890 (2), and Half-Cents (3), 1927 (2), and 1929, fine to very fine (12)

£60-80

2263 2263

2264

2265

Singapore, 2-Keeping proof-like token, 4.28g, AH1247 (1831), Soho Mint, cock, rev. legend (KM.14; Pr. 18A), good extremely fine, with lustre, very rare

£150-200

Singapore, 1-Keping tokens (6), 1831, Soho Mint, cock, rev. value (KM.8.1; Pr.21), some copper spots, very fine/extremely fine (6)

£80-100

South Africa, George V (1910-36), proof Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Halfpenny and Farthing, 1923, crowned bust left, rev. crowned shield (KM.19.1, 18, 17.1, 13.1, 12.1), some toning on the silver, all uncirculated (5)

£200-300

2266

2266

2267

2267

Spain, Enrique IV (1454-74), Real, Seville, crowned bust left, rev. arms, S below (VQR 6111), double struck on obverse, very fine

£150-200

Spain, Castile and León, Fernando V and Isabel I (1474-1504), Real, 3.22g, Segovia, m.m. aqueduct and P, crowned shield, rev. yoke and bundle of arrows (Calicó 341; MEC 795), slightly creased, very fine

£100-120

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2268

2268

2269

2270

2271

2272

2273

2274

2269

Spain, Castile and León, Fernando V and Isabel I (1474-1504), Real, 3.22g, Toledo, m.m. cross and T, crowned shield, rev. yoke and bundle of arrows (Calicó 402; MEC 814 var.), dark tone, good very fine

£120-150

Straits Settlements, Victoria (1837-1901), 50-Cents, 1886, crowned head left, rev. value within beaded wreath (KM.13; Pr.13), very fine

£100-120

Straits Settlements, Victoria (1837-1901), 20-Cents (4), 1884, 1889, 1900, 1901 (Pr.51, 56, 67, 69, KM.12), 10-Cents (2), 1889, 1896 (Pr.97, 103, KM.11), 5-Cents (2), 1878, 1893 (Pr.127, 141, KM.10), very fine and better (8)

£120-150

Strait Settlements, Victoria (1837-1901), Cent (2), 1862, 1872H (KM.6, 9), ½-Cent (2), 1872H, 1889 (KM.8, 15), ¼-Cents (3), 1872H, 1889, 1899 (KM.7, 14), good very fine and better, some with lustre (7)

£200-250

Strait Settlements, silver coins (13), Dollars (3), 1904, 1919, 1920, 50-Cents (2), 1908, 1921, 20-Cents, 1935, 10-Cents (3), 1910B, 1918, 1927, 5-Cents (4), 1910B (2), 1918, 1920, and cupro-nickel 5-Cents, 1920 (2), bronze ¼-Cent, 1916, good very fine and better, some with lustre (16)

£200-250

Straits Settlements, silver coins (14), 50-Cents, 1921, 20-Cents (2), 1893, 1927, 10Cents (4), 1941 (4), 5-Cents (7), 1889, 1900, 1901 (2), 1919 (2), 1926, and copper Cents (5), 1874 (3), 1875 (2), bronze Cents (5), 1883, 1884, 1889, 1901, 1903, and Half-Cent, 1884, with East India Company Cent and Half-Cent, both 1845, and a Keping copper token, AH 1247, 19th century coins mostly very fine, a few of the later better (28)

£150-200

Sweden, Knut Eriksson (1167-96), Bracteat, Uppsala, bust facing, in circle of dots (Lagerqvist 7c), broken

£100-150

2275 2275

Sweden, Gustav II Adolphus (1611-32), Riksdaler, 1617, Stockholm, King half-length left, legend ends WANDALOR, rev. Christ standing (Dav.4516; KM.82), excavated, uncleaned, lightly scraped when unearthed but apparantly an uncirculated coin with lustre visible under the verdegris and other deposit

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2276

2276 (x2)

2276

Sweden, Pomerania (Pomern), Charles XI (1660-97), 2-Ducats, 6.91g, 1661, laureate and draped bust right, rev. crowned shield with helm and supporters (Ahlström 48; F.2111; Hagander 273), slight crease and a small scuff on king’s collar, some flatness on the highpoints, but clearly an almost uncirculated example, extremely fine

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2277

2277

2278

2279

Sweden, Pommerania (Pomern), Charles X Gustav (1654-60), Taler, 1657, Stettin, bust right, rev. shield with helm and supporters (Ahlström 37; Dav.4577), cleaned, good very fine, rare

£800-1,000

Sweden, Æ 2-Skilling (2), 1836, 1849, Skilling, 1847, ⅔-Skilling, 1855, 5-Öre, 1857, 1 ⁄ 2 -Öre, 1857 (KM.643, 663, 664, 671, 686, 690), the first three coins about very fine to good very fine, the others extremely fine (6)

£120-150

Sweden, 2-Kronor (2), 1938 G, 1939 G, Æ 5-Öre (4), 1860, 1864, 1943, 1950, 2-Öre (4), 1871, 1872, 1901, 1940, Öre (4), 1864, 1865, 1897, 1914 (KM.705, 706, 707, 746, 750, 777.2, 778, 779.2, 787, 812), good very fine or better (14)

£120-150

2281

2280 2280

2281

Switzerland, Basel, Taler, 1640, city arms in cartouche, rev. eagle (DT 1337; Dav.4607; Divo 94), cleaned, about very fine

£80-100

Switzerland, Bern, Taler, 1796, crowned shield, rev. soldier holding longsword (Dav.1759; KM.149), old cabinet tone and with luster, extremely fine

£300-400

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2282 2282

Switzerland, Zurich, 40-Batzen, 1813B, shield with garland at sides, wreath above, value below, rev. legend and date within wreath, DOMINE CONSERVA NOS IN PACE 1813 (KM.190), matt gray details on brilliant lustrous fields, probably due to resting undisturbed for many years in a cabinet, about extremely fine

£150-200

2283 g2283

United States of America, 5-Dollars, 1881 in NTC holder graded AU58

2284

Uruguay, 40-Centesimos and 5-Centesimos, both 1857 D (KM.10, 6), very fine and extremely fine with lustre, 4-Centesimos, 1869 A, 2-Centesimos, 1869 A, and Centesimo, 1869 H (KM.13, 12, 11), extremely fine with lustre, silver peso, 1942, extremely fine (6)

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DATE

SALE NO.

Monday 27 June 2016 at 11.00 a.m. Wednesday 29 June 2016 at 10.00 a.m. and 3.00 p.m.

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PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY IN BLOCK LETTERS AND ENSURE THAT BIDS ARE IN STERLING Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

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 £100 to £300 £300 to £600 £600 to £1,000

by £5 by £10 £320-£350-£380-£400 etc. by £50

£1,000 to £3,000 £3,000 to £6,000 £6,000 to £20,000 £20,000 and up

by £100 £3,200-£3,500-£3,800-£4,000 etc. by £500 Auctioneer’s discretion

Lot Number (in numerical order)

Price Bid £ (excluding Buyer’s Premium)

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.

REFERENCES REQUIRED FOR CLIENTS NOT YET KNOWN TO SPINK

TRADE REFERENCES

BANK REFERENCES

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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 apply in these conditions: 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.

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SPINK’S ROLE AS AGENT 2.1

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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.

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.

3.4.4 We will not 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.

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.

3.4.5 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.

Catalogue descriptions 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 and web illustrations are for guidance only, and should not be relied on either to determine the tone or colour of any item. No lot shall be rejected on the grounds of inaccurate reproduction. No lot illustrated in the catalogue and online shall be rejected on the grounds of cancellation, centring, margins, perforation or other characteristics apparent from the illustration. 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.

3.4.7 If you receive any correspondence from the Expert Committee in relation to the Lot, including but not limited to a Certificate of Authenticity, you must provide us with copies of such correspondence no later than 7 days after you receive such correspondence. 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.

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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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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.

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. Every person interested should exercise and rely on his own judgment as to such matters. 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 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. 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.

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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 on www.spink.com and Spink Live 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. Buyers who acquire lots on the-saleroom.com will have a fee of 3% on the hammer price added to their invoice for using this facility.

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

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5.3

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. 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 4.14.1 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. 4.14.2 No lot may be returned on account of condition if the condition was stated by a third party grading company (including, but not limited to PCGS, NGC, ANACS, ICG, PMG, WBG). 5

AFTER THE AUCTION 5.1 Buyer’s Premium and other charges 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, a fee of 3% on the hammer price total for using the-saleroom.com and a fee for paying by card.

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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. 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. 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, Mastercard or American Express. Payments made by American Express are subject to a 4% fee. Payments by all other credit cards and debit cards issued by overseas banks are subject to a fee of 2%. For all card payments there are limits to the amounts we will accept depending on the type of card being used and whether or not the cardholder is present. 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.


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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 specifically agreed to the contrary, we shall retain lots purchased until all amounts due to us, or to the Spink Group, have been paid in full. Buyers will be required to pay for their lots when they wish to take possession of the same, which must be within 7 days of the date of the sale, unless prior arrangements have been made with Spink. Without prior agreement, lots will not be released until cleared funds are received with regard to payments made by cheque. 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; 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;

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5.10.2.3 when reselling the Lot, place a notice in our catalogue stating that you successfully purchased the Lot at auction but have subsequently failed to pay the Hammer Price of the Lot; or 5.10.2.4 take any other appropriate action as we deem fit. 5.10.3 If you fail to collect within fourteen days after the sale, whether or not payment has been made, you will be required 5.10.3.1 to pay a storage charge of £2 per item per day plus any additional handling cost that may apply. 5.10.3.2 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. 5.11 Uses of default information If you fail to make payment for a Lot in accordance with these Terms and Conditions: 5.11.1 We reserve the right to refuse you the right to make bids for any future auction irrespective of whether previous defaults have been settled; and 5.11.2 You consent to us disclosing details of such default to other auctioneers and live bidding platforms, which will include your name, address, nature of the default and the date of the default. Auctioneers or live bidding platforms who receive details of the default may rely on such information when deciding whether to enter into a transaction with you in the future. 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 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. 5.13.1.4 you must provide to us all evidence obtained by you that a Lot is a Forgery no later than 7 days after you receive such evidence. 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.


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USE OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION 7.1 We will use the personal information you provide to us to: 7.1.1 process the bids you make on Lots (whether successful or otherwise) and other auction related services we provide; 7.1.2 process your payment relating to a successful purchase of a Lot; 7.1.3 arrange for delivery of any Lot you purchase, which will include passing your details to shipping providers and, on overseas deliveries, to customs where they make enquiries regarding the Lot; 7.1.4 inform you about similar products or services that we provide, but you may stop receiving these at any time by contacting us. 7.2 In accordance with clause 4.2, you agree that we may pass your information to credit reference agencies and that they may keep a record of any search that they do. 7.3 In accordance with clause 5.11, you agree that where you default on making payment for a Lot in accordance with these terms and conditions we may disclose details of such default to other auctioneers and live bidding platforms. 7.4 We are also working closely with third parties (including, for example, other auctioneers and live bidding platforms) and may receive information about you from them. COPYRIGHT 8.1 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. 8.2 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. 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.

10 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. 11 ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS The following provisions of this clause 10 shall apply only if you are acting for the purposes of your business. 11.1 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: 11.1.1 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 11.1.2 any special, indirect, consequential or pure economic loss, costs, damages, charges or expenses. 11.2 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. 11.3 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. 11.4 Waiver 11.4.1 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. 11.4.2 Unless specifically provided otherwise, rights arising under these Terms and Conditions are cumulative and do not exclude rights provided by law.

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11.5 Law and Jurisdiction 11.5.1 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. 11.5.2 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

£60

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 UK VAT–registered businesses, the VAT on 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.

ii.

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.

iii.

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.

iv.

Imported 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. This VAT is payable on items imported 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.

v.

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 outside of the EU.


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SALE CALENDAR 2016

GROUP CHAIRMAN AND CEO Olivier D. Stocker YOUR SPECIALISTS

STAMPS 8 June 8 June 14 June 6 July

The Jose Castillejo Collection of Guatemala, 1871-86 The Stefano Fantaroni Collection of The Kingdom of Italy The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Professor Derek Diamond Collection of New Zealand 2d. Chalons and the 1898-1908 Pictorial Issue Autographs, Historical Documents, Ephemera and Postal History The “Lionheart” Collection of Great Britain and British Empire - Part VI The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale Stamps and Covers of South East Asia The John Clemente Collection of Tasmania Postal History The James Hamlin Collection of Great Britain and British Commonwealth The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale including Important Colombia, Italian P.O.’s in China and Bulgaria The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale

New York New York Hong Kong

155 156 CSS18

London London London London Singapore London New York

16042 16043 16028 16030 16032 16044 157

New York New York

30 November 1 December

Ancient Coins - The Squires Collection and The Mendon Collection The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals including European Coins from the Peter Woodhead Collection The Academic Collection of Lord Stewartby: English Coins part 2, Coins of Henry II to Edward II The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Academic Collection of Lord Stewartby: English Coins part 3, Gold Coins Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Nicholas Rhodes Collection: Coins of North East India (Part 2) The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Academic Collection of Lord Stewartby: English Coins part 4, Coins of Edward III to Richard III Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

YOUR EUROPE TEAM (LONDON - LUGANO) Directors Tim Hirsch Anthony Spink Auction & Client Management Team Mira Adusei-Poku Rita Ariete Grace Hawkins Dora Szigeti Nik von Uexkull Tom Hazell John Winchcombe Tatyana Boyadzhieva Maurizio Schenini Finance Alison Bennet Marco Fiori Mina Bhagat Dennis Muriu Veronica Morris IT & Administration Berdia Qamarauli Liz Cones Curlene Spencer Tom Robinson Cristina Dugoni Giacomo Canzi

BANKNOTES 22/23 June 5 July 18 August 28/29 September 19/20 October 7 December

YOUR AMERICA TEAM (NEW YORK)

STAMPS UK - Tim Hirsch FRPSL Guy Croton David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Tom Smith George James Ian Shapiro (Consultant) USA - George Eveleth Richard Debney EUROPE - Guido Craveri Fernando Martínez CHINA - Doris Lo George Yue (Consultant) COINS UK - Richard Bishop Tim Robson Malene Wagner Lawrence Sinclair Barbara Mears John Pett USA - Greg Cole Muriel Eymery Stephen Goldsmith (Special Consultant) CHINA - Kin Choi Cheung Paul Pei Po Chow BANKNOTES UK - Barnaby Faull Andrew Pattison Monica Kruber Thomasina Smith USA - Greg Cole Stephen Goldsmith (Special Consultant) CHINA - Kelvin Cheung Paul Pei Po Chow ORDERS, DECORATIONS, MEDALS & MILITARIA UK - Marcus Budgen BONDS & SHARES UK - Mike Veissid (Consultant) Andrew Pattison Thomasina Smith USA - Greg Cole EUROPE - Peter Christen CHINA - Kelvin Cheung BOOKS UK - Philip Skingley Gillian Watson Nik von Uexkull AUTOGRAPHS USA - Greg Cole Stephen Goldsmith (Special Consultant) WINES CHINA - Guillaume Willk-Fabia Angie Ihlo Fung

Managing Director Charles Blane Auction Administration and Marketing & Design Polona Hribovsek Finance & Administration Amit Ramprashad Auctioneer Stephen Goldsmith (Special Consultant) YOUR ASIA TEAM (HONG KONG - SINGAPORE) Administration Angie Ihlo Fung Newton Tsang Sue Pui Arthur Chan Doris Lo Gary Tan

13 July 26 July 26/27 July 10 September 20 September October 5 October 15 October 26/27 October November COINS 21 June 22/23 June 27/29 June

SW1019 CSS20 16034 158 325 324

London

16005

London Hong Kong London London London New York

16020 CSS23 16021 16006 16041 326

London London London

16022 16007 16007

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes

New York London Hong Kong London New York London

324 16009 CSS23 16015 326 16016

MEDALS 21 July 24 November

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

London London

16002 16003

BONDS & SHARES 22/23 June 18 August 19/20 October 18 November

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Bonds & Share Certificates of the World

New York Hong Kong New York London

324 CSS23 326 16018

AUTOGRAPHS 22/23 June 13 July 19/20 October

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Autographs, Historical Documents, Ephemera and Postal History The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale

New York London New York

324 16043 326

WINES 23 June 9 September 6 October

An Evening of Great Whiskies and Spirits An Evening of Great Whiskies and Spirits An Evening of Great Whiskies and Spirits

Hong Kong Singapore Hong Kong

SFW20 SFW21 SFW22

28 June 18 August 26 September 26/27 September 27 September 19/20 October tbc

The above sale dates are subject to change Ken japan@spink.com

Lugano Hong Kong London New York

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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Ancient, British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals including European Coins from the Peter Woodhead Collection-Sale 16005.

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