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ANCIENT COINS
GREEK

7 1 Celtic, Central Europe (3rd - 2nd Century BC), Gold 1/8-Stater, head of Athena right, rev Athena Alkis, holding spear and shield, 0.99g (Dembski 497). Good very fine. £350-400

Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), Silver Tetradrachm, Amphipolis, c.323-315 BC, laureate head of Zeus right, rev ΦIΛIΠ-ΠOY, youth on horseback right, holding palm-branch, crescent and Π below, 14.29g (Le Rider pl.46, 4; SNG ANS 681). Short test-cut on the reverse, well-struck on a broad flan, lustrous, extremely fine. £350-450

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Celtic Gaul (1st Century BC), Gold Stater, imitating types of Philip II of Macedon, head of Apollo right, rev charioteer driving biga, 8.31g (cf Castelin 377). Softly struck, test-cut on the obverse, fair to fine. £150-200

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Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III, The Great (336-323 BC), Silver Drachm, uncertain western Asia Minor mint, c.323-280 BC, head of Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin, rev Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre, facing lion’s head on left, NI below throne, 4.12g (Price 2702). Nearly extremely fine. £120-150

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Calabria, Tarentum (c.302-281 BC), Silver Staters (2), youth on horseback right, rev Taras on dolphin left. Very fine, one a little softly struck. (2) £350-400 9 Paeonian Kings, Patraos (335-315 BC), Silver Tetradrachm, laureate head of Apollo right, rev ΠATPAOY, horseman spearing fallen soldier carrying Macedonian shield, 12.53g (SNG ANS 1040). Good very fine. £150-200 Egypt, small Ptolemaic Bronzes (approx 50), 2nd – 1st Century BC, struck in Cyrenaica, mainly under Ptolemy Apion. Fine to about very fine. (lot) £100-150

10 4 Lucania, Velia (c.350-281 BC), Silver Didrachm, head of Athena right, wearing helmet decorated with griffin, rev lion standing left, 7.50g (SNG ANS 1313). Small cut in edge, cabinet tone, good fine. £100-150

11 5 Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), Gold 1/8-Stater, Pella, c.340-328 BC, head of Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin headdress, rev thunderbolt, 1.06g (Le Rider pl.84, 92). Very fine, rare. £600-800

Boeotia, Federal Coinage (c.225-171 BC), Silver Drachm, laureate head of Poseidon right, rev Nike standing left, holding wreath and trident, 4.64g (SNG Cop 391). Slight porosity, very fine. £60-80

12 6 Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), Gold 1/8-Stater, c.340-328 BC, head of Herakles right, wearing lion’s skin, rev ΦIΛI / ΠΠOY, trident-head, 1.06g (Le Rider pl.84, 109). A few light marks, lustrous, nearly extremely fine, a good example. £600-800

Kingdom of Cappadocia, Ariarathes IV (220-163 BC), Silver Drachms (3), diademed head right, rev Athena standing left, holding Nike. Nearly very fine, rather porous. (3) £40-60 Judaea, AE Prutot (8), including issues of Agrippa I, Porcius Festus, and the Jewish War. Fair to fine. (8) £30-40

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Arab-Sasanian, Anonymous and Undated Issue, AE 15mm, Ardashir Khurrah, facing bearded bust, with the features of Focas (AD 602-610), holding globus cruciger, rev fire altar, 0.28g. Apparently unpublished, very fine and interesting. £100-150 Kingdom of Elymais, Arsacid Dynasty (2nd - 3rd Century AD), AE Drachms (approx 50), various kings. Mostly fine and better, an interesting and varied group. (lot) £100-150 Kingdom of Characene, Maga (AD 210-215), AE Tetradrachm, head of king right, rev head of prince right (Alram 510); Attambelos III (c. AD 53-72), AE Tetradrachm, head of king right, rev Herakles; small AR and AE of various Eastern dynasties (15), including Armenia and Sogdiana; Islamic AE (4). Varied state, an interesting lot. (21) £60-80 Kingdom of Baktria, Agathokles (c.185-170 BC), NI Double Units (3) and Units (2), bust of Dionysos, rev panther (SNG ANS 234ff). Each pierced twice, rough surfaces, fine and better. (5) £40-60 Roman Republican Silver Denarii (4), comprising issues of ‘NAT’ (155 BC), M. Porcius Laeca (125 BC), C. Porcius Cato (123 BC), L. Porcius Licinius (115 BC). Toned, good fine to very fine. (4) £60-80 Republican Silver Denarii (3), comprising issues of C. Renius (138 BC), Cn. Papirius Carbo (121 BC), L. Livineius Regulus (42 BC); M. Porcius Cato (89 BC), Quinarius; M. Porcius Cato (89 BC), Quinarius. Toned, good fine to very fine. (4) £60-80 Republican Silver Denarii (3), comprising issues of Cn. Lucretius Trio (136 BC), M. Opimius (131 BC), L. Rutillius Flaccus (77 BC); M. Porcius Cato (89 BC), Quinarius. Toned, very fine or nearly so, the Rutillia with banker’s mark. (4) £60-80 Roman Denarii and Antoniniani (approx 70), comprising Republican Denarii (3); Imperial Denarii, various emperors, including Augustus, Tiberius, Nero, Domitian, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, Lucius Verus, Septimius Severus; 3rd Century Antoniniani, including Gordian III, Philip I, Claudius II, Gallienus, Aurelian, Probus. Varied state, many fair to fine and cleaned, a few plated. (lot) £200-300

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Tiberius, Silver Denarii (2), Lugdunum, Tribute Penny type, laureate head right, rev female figure (Livia?) seated right, holding sceptre and branch (RIC 30). Very fine to good very fine, one with light porosity. (2) £450-550

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Claudius (AD 41-54), Silver Denarius, Lugdunum, AD 51-52, TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P XI IMP P P COS V, laureate head right, rev S P Q R / P P / OB C S within oak-wreath, 3.43g (RIC 64; BMC 71). Slightly porous, very fine, rare. £700-900

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Claudius, AE As, AD 50-54, TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP P P, bare head left, rev S-C, Minerva right, holding javelin and shield (RIC 116; BMC 206). Metal-flaw on the obverse, dark green patina, very fine. £80-100 Nero (AD 54-68), Billon Tetradrachms (3), Alexandria, revs Serapis, Poseidon Isthmius, and eagle. Good fine. (3) £60-80

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Vespasian (AD 69-79), Gold Aureus, AD 72-73, IMP CAES VESP AVG P M COS IIII, laureate head right, rev NEP RED, Neptune standing left, his right foot resting on globe, holding acrostolium and sceptre, 7.22g (RIC 358; BMC 68; C 273). About very fine. £3000-3500 Trajan (AD 98-117), Silver Denarius, rev Dacia seated in mournful attitude, curved sword below; Hadrian (AD 117-138), Silver Denarius, rev Roma enthroned left, holding Victory and spear. Very fine to good very fine. (2) £50-80

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Tiberius (AD 14-37), Silver Denarius, Lugdunum, Tribute Penny type, TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS, laureate head right, rev PONTIF MAXIM, female figure (Livia?) seated right, holding sceptre and branch, 3.79g (RIC 28; BMC 45). Nearly extremely fine. £180-220

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Hadrian (AD 117-138), AE Hemidrachm, Alexandria, bust of Hadrian right, rev emperor with city-goddess (S 3716). Good fine and rare. £80-120 35 Diocletian (AD 284-305), Folles (3), Treveri (2), Lugdunum; Maximian (AD 286-305), Folles (2), Treveri; Galerius (AD 305-311), Folles, Treveri; Constantius I (AD 305-306), Folles, Treveri. With some silvering, very fine and better. (7) £140-180

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Aelius (Caesar, AD 136-138), AE As, bare head right, rev Spes (RIC 1055); Faustina Jnr (wife of Marcus Aurelius), AE As, rev Hilaritas; Otacilia Severa (wife of Philip I), AE Sestertius, rev Pietas. Good fine to very fine, the last with attractive natural green patina. (3) £50-80 36 Magnentius (AD 350-353), AE Centenionalis, Treveri, AD 352-353, D N MAGNENTIVS P F AVG, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev SALVS DD NN AVG ET CAES, Chi-Rho, flanked by A-W, TRS in exergue (RIC 320). Some deposit in surfaces, natural green patina, good very fine. £180-220

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Antoninus Pius (AD 138-161), AE As, AD 143-144, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head right, rev IMPERATOR II ANCILIA S-C, two ‘ancilla’, oval shields with rounded projections above and below (RIC 736). Dark green-brown patina, very fine. £40-60 Septimius Severus (AD 193-211), Silver Denarii (3), revs Africa, Victory and Severus. Very fine or nearly so, first scarce. (3) £50-80 Probus (AD 276-282), Billon Tetradrachms (5); Carinus (AD 283-285), Billon Tetradrachms (5), Alexandria, various types. Good fine. (10) £50-70 37 Valentinian II (AD 375-392), Silver Siliqua, Siscia, AD 375-379, D N VALENTINIANVS P F AVG, pearldiademed, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev VOT / XV / MVLT / XX within laurel-wreath, SISCP in exergue, 2.20g (RIC 19c). One or two light marks, broad flan, lightly toned, about extremely fine. £200-300

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38 34 Diocletian (AD 284-305), Folles (3), Treveri; Maximian (AD 286-305), Folles, Treveri; Galerius (AD 305-311), Folles (2), Treveri, Ticinum; Constantius I (AD 305-306), Folles, Treveri. With some silvering, very fine and better. (7) £140-180

Theodosius II (AD 402-450), Gold Solidus, Constantinople, AD 423-424, D N THEODO-SIVS P F AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding spear and shield, rev VOT XX MVLT XXX Γ, Victory standing left, supporting long jewelled cross, star above, CONOB in exergue (RIC 225). Some graffiti and light marks, very fine, rare. £400-500



Byzantine

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John II Comnenus (1118-1143), Gold Hyperpyron, Thessalonika, Christ enthroned, raising hand in benediction, rev half-length figures of emperor and Virgin, holding patriarchal cross between them (DO IV 4; S 1947). Good very fine. £200-250 Isaac II (1185-1195), Billon Trachea (15); Alexius III (AD 1195-1203), Billon Trachea (17), Constantinople. Fair to fine. (32) £50-70

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BRITISH COINS
39 Justinian I (AD 527-565), Æ Folles (6), Nicomedia mint, years 18, 19, 21, 29 (2), 30 (Sear 201). Mainly good fine. (6) £150-180 Justinian I, Æ Folles (17), Nicomedia mint, various dates and officinae (Sear 201) Fine to good fine. (17) £200-250 47 Stephen (1135-1154), Cut Halfpenny, Cross Pommée, BMC type VII (c.1154-1158, predominantly posthumous issue), Thetford, moneyer Hacun (FEJ 12/16 [same dies]). Good fine. £120-150

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Maurice Tiberius (AD 582-602), Gold Solidus, Constantinople, bust of emperor facing, holding globus cruciger, rev angel standing facing, holding rho-headed cross and globus cruciger, officina H (S 524 Antioch). Very fine. £200-250 Maurice Tiberius, AE Folles (5), Antioch, years 10 (2), 11, 18, 20 (S 533). Good fine. (5) £50-70 Maurice Tiberius, Æ Folles (20), Nicomedia mint, various dates and officinae (Sear 512 (19), 513). Mainly fair to fine, some good fine. (20) £200-250

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Stephen, Cross Moline Cut Halfpenny, BMC type I, c.1135-1145, Oxford, moneyer Osbern. Good fine . £120-150 Henry II (1154-1189), Short Cross Coinage (11801189), small diademed head facing, rev short cross voided, four pellets in angles (S 1343). Old dark tone, a little metal starvation at edges, bold fine. £30-40

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Henry III (1216-1272), Long Cross coinage (12471272), Penny, class 5a, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, WILLEM ON CANT (N 991/1; S 1369). Dark tone, obverse a touch off-centre, otherwise very fine with an attractive portrait. £40-50 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5a², Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX ---, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, NICOLE ON CANT (N 991/2; S 1367). Lightly toned, surfaces somewhat porous, otherwise nearly very fine on a good flan. £30-40

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George, Imperial Strator (c. AD 1060), Lead Seal, St Michael standing facing, holding labarum surmounted by cross, rev seven bands of legend, 27.06g (possibly unpublished, but see Zacos Collection, part 1, Spink, 7 October 1998, lot 86 for a similar obverse). Fine. £80-120

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58 52 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5b², Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, ION ON CANTER (N 992/2; S 1368). Attractively toned, reverse a little off-centre, good very fine with a clear portrait. £60-80 58

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, WILLEM ON CANT (N 997; S 1373). Well toned, obverse legend a little blundered with tiny verdigris spot, reverse doublestruck, otherwise very fine with a clear portrait. £40-50 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENR--- --- IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, ROBERT ON CANT (N 997; S 1373). Toned, a few light scratches and marks, a little short of flan, very fine. £30-40

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5c, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, NICOLE ON CANT (N 993; S 1369). Dark tone, softly struck in places and a touch off-centre, very fine with a sharp portrait. £40-50 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5c, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX ---, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, GILBERT ON CAN (N 993; S 1369). Lightly toned, portrait a little softly struck, very fine. £40-50 60

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, ALEEIN ON CANT (N 997; S 1373). Toned, a little double-struck on the obverse with minor flan crease, otherwise good very fine. £50-60

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56 61 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 3b, Gloucester mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing without sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RICARD ON GLOV (N 987; S 1363). Toned, tiny flan chip and the obverse a fraction off-centre, otherwise bold very fine with a clear portrait. £50-60

Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5c, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, ROBERT ON CANT (N 993; S 1369). Dark tone, flan a little undulating, otherwise almost very fine. £30-40 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5e, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, IOI ON CANT (N 995; S 1369). Attractive cabinet tone, flan a touch irregular, otherwise good very fine with a pleasing and well-struck portrait. £60-80

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 3b, Lincoln mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing without sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RICARD ON LINC (N 987; S 1363). Well toned, reverse slightly off-centre with an undulating flan, otherwise pleasing very fine. £50-60 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 3b, Lincoln mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing without sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, WALTER ON LINC (N 987; S 1363). Toned, central details poorly struck, fine. £30-40

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, Canterbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, ------ -EX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, WILLEM -- --NT (N 997; S 1373). Metal a little porous with some surface deposits, otherwise nearly very fine with a clear portrait. £30-40

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 2a, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX TERCI, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, NICOLE ON LVN (N 985/1; S 1361). Well-toned, obverse a touch off-centre, almost very fine. £30-40 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5a3, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, NICOLE ON L-- (N 991/3; S 1367). Lightly toned, softly struck in parts, generally very fine with a pleasing portrait. £40-50

Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5b², London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX ---, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RICARD ON LVND (N 992/2; S 1368). Dark cabinet tone, flan a little irregular, a bold very fine. £40-50 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5c, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, HENRI ON LVNDE (N 993; S 1369). Toned, very fine, large flan. £40-50

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5a3, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RICARD ON LVND (N 991/3; S 1367). Toned, a few light marks on the lower obverse, very fine on a good round flan. £40-50

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5c, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RICARD ON LVND (N 993; S 1369). Attractively toned, nearly extremely fine with a well-struck portrait. £60-80

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5f, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, WILLEM ON LVND (N 996; S 1372). A little verdigris in places, softly struck in parts and the reverse a touch off-centre, otherwise nearly very fine. £30-40 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5f, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, WILLEM ON LVND (N 996; S 1372). Well-toned, slightly crimped and a little porous, otherwise nearly very fine. £30-40

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5b², London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, NICOLE ON LVND (N 992/2; S 1368). Toned, reverse a touch offcentre, very fine with a clear portrait. £40-50 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5b², London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, NICOLE ON LVND (N 992/2; S 1368). Toned, small obverse verdigris spot, reverse a touch off-centre, otherwise pleasing very fine. £40-50 75

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, --LEM ON LVND (N 997; S 1373). Attractive dark tone, flan a little ragged in places, otherwise good very fine with a wellstruck portrait. £40-50

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RENAUD ON LVND (N 997; S 1373). Lightly toned, one or two tiny flan chips, otherwise very fine. £40-50

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5h, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RENAUD ON LVND (N 998; S 1374). Toned, a little short of flan in places, nearly very fine. £30-40 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Pennies (2), class 3ab¹, Northampton mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing without sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, PHILIP ON NORR; class 3ab¹, Winchester mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing without sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, WILLEM ON WINC (N 986/1; S 1363). First toned, almost very fine with porous surfaces, the second pierced, fine with small flan split. (2) £30-40 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 3b, Shrewsbury mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing without sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RICARD ON --ROS (N 987; S 1363). Toned, weakly struck in areas, otherwise almost very fine. £30-40

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RENAUD ON LVND (N 997; S 1373). Lightly toned, reverse a touch off-centre, good very fine with a clear portrait. £50-60 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RENAUD ON LVND (N 997; S 1373). Toned, surfaces a little porous, nearly very fine. £30-40 84

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Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX III, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RICARD ON LVND (N 997; S 1373). Pleasing cabinet tone, softly struck in parts and obverse a little off-centre, generally good very fine with a clear portrait. £50-60

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Edward I (1272-1307), Posthumous coinage in the name of Henry III (1272-1278), Penny, class 7, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, PHELIP ON LUND (N 1002; S 1378). Very lightly toned, a few tiny verdigris spots, some light marks and abrasions with pin-hole crack at 3 o’clock on the obverse, otherwise nearly very fine. £80-100

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81 86 Edward I, New Coinage (1279-1307), Penny, class 1d, London mint, crowned large bust facing, large lettering, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1013; S 1383). Lightly toned, minor abrasions at 3 o’clock on the obverse, otherwise pleasing very fine. £60-80 Edward I, New Coinage (1279-1307), Pennies (2), Bury St Edmunds mint, class 3d, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles, ROBERT DE HADELEIE (N 1019; S 1417); class 5b, largecrowned bust facing, pellet on breast, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles, VILLA SCI EDMVNDI (N 1029; S 1418). First nearly very fine with some verdigris, the second toned, very fine, reverse a touch off-centre. (2) £50-60

Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5g, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RICARD ON LVND (N 997; S 1373). Toned, reverse a little off-centre, one or two light marks, nearly very fine. £30-40 Henry III, Long Cross coinage (1247-1272), Penny, class 5h, London mint, crowned and bearded portrait facing with sceptre, HENRICVS REX IIP, rev long cross voided, tri-pellets in angles, RENAUD ON LVND (N 998; S 1374). Lightly toned, small flan crack and a few light marks, otherwise very fine on a full round flan. £30-40

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89 96 Edward I, Penny, class 10a, Canterbury mint, crowned narrow bust facing, rev long cross, tripellets in angles (N 1039; S 1409). Lightly toned, good very fine. £40-50

Edward I, Penny, class 2b, Bristol mint, crowned tall bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1015; S 1386). Well toned, obverse a touch off-centre, nearly very fine. £30-40 Edward I, Penny, class 2b, Bristol mint, crowned tall bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1015; S 1386). Attractively toned, flan a little irregular, generally good very fine. £40-50

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Edward I, Penny, class 10ab, Canterbury mint, crowned narrow bust facing, rev long cross, tripellets in angles (N 1039; S 1409). Lightly toned, a few light marks in places, otherwise very fine, the reverse better. £40-50 Edward I, Penny, class 10ab, Canterbury mint, crowned bust facing, legend reads EDWARR, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1083/2; S 1409B). Attractively toned, a well-struck and pleasing very fine, reverse better. £50-60 Edward I, Pennies (3), Canterbury mint, varied classes, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (cf N 1010; S 1380). One lightly toned, nearly very fine, the others well-toned, very fine. (3) £80-100

Edward I, Penny, class 2b, Bristol mint, crowned tall bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1015; S 1386). Toned, a few light surface marks and small flan chip at edge, otherwise very fine. £30-40 Edward I, Penny, class 3g, Bristol mint, small crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1013; S 1393). Lightly toned, softly struck in parts, very fine. £30-40 Edward I, Penny, class 9b, Bristol mint, crowned narrow bust facing, star at centre of drapery, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1037/1; S 1408). Toned, a few surface marks, otherwise very fine. £30-40

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100 Edward I, Penny, class 10b, Durham mint, initial mark cross moline, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1038; S 1409). Toned, a little soft of strike with some ghosting of cross, otherwise nearly very fine. £30-40 101 Edward I, Penny, class 10cf², Durham mint, initial mark plain cross, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1041; S 1411). Attractively toned, a little short of flan and a touch double-struck, pleasing very fine. £40-50

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Edward I, Penny, class 10cf, Bury St Edmonds mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1040; S 1410). Toned, obverse slightly off-centre and weakly struck in parts, nearly very fine. £30-40

94

Edward I, Penny, class 2b, Canterbury mint, crowned narrow bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1013; S 1386). Lightly toned, good very fine on a good round flan. £50-60 Edward I, Penny, class 4a, Canterbury mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1023; S 1394). Toned, small mark to portrait, an attractive very fine. £40-60

102 Edward I, Penny, class 3g, Lincoln mint, small crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1022; S 1393). Toned, a few light surface marks and tiny flan crack at 3 o’clock on the obverse, otherwise very fine. £40-50 103 Edward I, Penny, class 3c, London mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1018; S 1389). Attractively toned, small mark to centre of the reverse, otherwise good very fine, the reverse better. £50-60

95

104 Edward I, Penny, class 3c, London mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1018; S 1389). Lightly toned, a few surface marks, otherwise very fine. £40-50 105 Edward I, Pennies (2), London mint, classes 3c, 10cf2, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1018, 1041; S 1389, 1411). Both lightly toned, a few marks in places, nearly very fine / very fine. (2) £40-60

112 Edward I, Halfpenny, Berwick mint, crowned bust facing, reversed S in DNS, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1085/2; S 1438); Henry VI (1422-1465), Pinecone-Mascle issue (1431-1432/3), Halfpenny, London mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles legend reads EIVITAS (W-PM 9b; S 1884). First toned, bold very fine for issue, the second neatly pierced, otherwise good very fine. (2) £60-80

106 Edward I, Penny, class 10ab, London mint, king’s name reads EDWARR, crowned narrow bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1039; S 1409). Lightly toned, some ghosting, otherwise very fine, reverse better, unusual with double “R” in king’s name. £50-70

113 Edward III (second reign, 1327-1377), Treaty Period (1361-1369), Groat, London mint, mm Cross 1 (13511352), facing crowned bust within tressure of nine arcs, rev long dividing pellets and inscriptions (S 1565). Fair to fine. £40-50 114 Edward III, Third Coinage (1344-1351), Penny, Durham mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (S 1549). Dark old tone, obverse a little weak of strike, the reverse better, bold fine. £30-40
with a small late-Victorian collectors ticket, stating the coin as found in Charminster, Dorset

107 Edward I, Penny, class 15b, London mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1040; S 1410). Very fine. £30-40

115 Edward III, Treaty Period (1361-1369), Penny, London mint, crowned bust facing, double annulet stops in legend, rev long cross, tri-pellets with annulet centre in angles (N 1624; S 1585). Attractively toned, tiny edge peck at 2 o’clock on the obverse, some ghosting of cross, otherwise a pleasing very fine. £60-80

108 Edward I, Penny, class 3c, York mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1018; S 1389). Toned, good very fine. £50-70 116 Edward III, Penny, Berwick (S 1539); Edward IV, Groat, London (S 2002); Henry VII, Penny, Canterbury, mm tun (S 2209). Fair to fine. (3) £60-80 109 Edward I, Penny, class 3c, York mint, crowned bust facing, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (N 1018; S 1389). Toned, flan a little irregular with a few light marks, nearly very fine. £40-50 110 Edward I, Penny, class 3e, York mint (archiepiscopal), crowned narrow bust facing, quatrefoil on breast, rev long cross, quatrefoil at centre, tri-pellets in angles (N 1020; S 1391). Toned, a little porosity in areas, nearly very fine and scarce. £30-40 111 Edward I, Pennies (5), various mints and classes. All toned, one pierced, generally fine or better. (5) £30-40

117 Henry VI (1422-1461), Groat, 3.88g, pineconemascle issue, Calais, mm cross patonce / plain cross, crowned facing bust within polylobe, rev long cross dividing legends, three pellets in each angle (N 1461; S 1875). About very fine. £120-150

118 Edward IV (1461-1485), Groat, 2.38g, light coinage, London, mm crown, crowned facing bust within polylobe, quatrefoils at neck, rev long cross dividing legends, three pellets in each angle (S 2000). Good fine. £80-100

124 Henry VIII, second coinage, Halfgroat, Canterbury mint, under Archbishop Warham, crowned bust right, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, W to left, A to right (N 1803; S 2343). Welltoned, nearly very fine for issue. £70-80

119 Edward IV, Groat, 2.69g, light coinage, Bristol, type VIc, I/E on reverse, crowned facing bust within polylobe, B on breast, rev long cross dividing legends, three pellets in each angle (N 1580; S 2004). About very fine, scarce. £250-300

125 Henry VIII, Pennies (2), Durham mint, under Bishop Wolsey (1526-1529), king seated facing on throne with orb and sceptre, initial mark uncertain, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, T to left, W to right; Canterbury mint, under Bishop Cuthbert Tunstall (1530), king seated facing on throne with orb and sceptre, initial mark star, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, C to left, D to right (N 1811, 1813; S 2352, 2354). First bold fine with green patina, the second a pleasing very fine. (2) £80-120

120 Edward IV, Groat, light coinage, Norwich, crowned facing bust within polylobe, N on breast, rev long cross dividing legend (S 2011). Slightly short of flan, almost very fine, scarce. £200-300 121 Edward IV, Light Coinage (1464-1470), Penny, London mint, crowned bust facing, trefoil and quatrefoil by neck, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles, 0.68g (S 2041). Toned, a little short of flan in places, pleasing very fine. £40-50 126 Edward VI (1547-1553), Shilling, Southwark mint, mintmark Y (1551), facing crowned bust, rose left, value right, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 1937; S 2482). Lightly toned, a few surface marks and two tiny flan splits in legend, bold fine / nearly very fine. £80-100 122 Henry VII (1485-1509), Groat, class IIId, mm anchor / anchor inverted, crowned facing bust within polylobe, rev long cross dividing legends, three pellets in each angle (S 2199A). About very fine . £150-200

123 Henry VIII (1509-1547), second coinage, Groat, York mint, mm Pansy, crowned square-faced bust right, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, saltires in cross ends (S 2337E; Laker D). Toned, reverse a little double-struck, slightly undulating flan, nearly very fine. £150-200

127 Edward VI, Shilling, 1549, Tower mint, second period, mm arrow, crowned bust right, rev garnished shield dividing E and R (S 2466); Shilling, fine silver issue, mm Y, crowned facing bust, rose left, value right, rev quartered shield of arms on long cross fourchée dividing legend (S 2482). Both fine, the second plugged. (2) £250-300

133 Elizabeth I, Shilling, mm martlet, Sixpences (4), 1571, 1574, 1575, [15]82, Threepence, 1568 (S 2572, 2573). First fair, Sixpences fine, the last very fine. (6) £120-150 128 Edward VI, Shilling, London mint, mintmark Tun (1551-1553), facing crowned bust, rose left, value right, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 1937; S 2483). Light tone, one or two light marks and ‘x’ graffito mark below value, otherwise bold fine on a good round flan. £60-80

129 Edward VI, Threepence, London mint, mintmark Tun (1551-1553), facing crowned bust, rose left, value right, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 1940; S 2485). Toned, about fine. £80-100
with old Seaby ticket dating to 1947

134 Elizabeth I, second issue (1561-1582), Sixpence, 156Z/1, mintmark Pheon (1561-1565), crowned bust left, rose behind, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, date above (N 1997; S 2560). About very fine with a pleasing portrait, on a slightly undulating flan. £100-120

130 Edward VI, Base Silver Penny, York mint, mintmark Mullet, double rose, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 1946; S 2475). Attractively toned, flan a little ragged at edges, fine thus. £40-50

135 Elizabeth I, second issue (1561-1582), Sixpence, 1570, mintmark Coronet (1567-1570), crowned bust left, rose behind, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, date above (N 1997; S 2562). Lightly toned, nearly very fine with a very small flan split. £80-100

131 Mary (1553-1554), Groat, mintmark Pomegranate, crowned bust left, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 1960; S 2492). Well-toned, a few small edge chips, bold fine overall. £80-100

132 Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Shilling, mintmark Woolpack (1594-1596), crowned bust left, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 2014; S 2577). Old cabinet tone, small obverse blemish and small scratch to bust, otherwise bold fine / nearly very fine. £80-100

136 Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues (1561-1577), Sixpences (3), 1564, mintmark Pheon (1561-1582); 1569, mintmark Coronet (1567-1570); 1573, mintmark Ermine (1572-1573); sixth issue (1582-1600), Sixpence, 1593, mintmark Tun (1592-1595), crowned bust left, rose behind, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, date above (N 1997, 2015; S 2561B, 2562, 2578B). All toned, first creased, bold fine / nearly very fine, the others generally good fine. (4) £250-300

141 Elizabeth I, sixth issue (1582-1600), Halfgroat, mintmark Tun (1592-1595), crowned bust left, two pellets behind (N 2016; S 2579). Lightly toned, flan a touch irregular, fine. £40-50

137 Elizabeth I, third and fourth issue, Sixpence, 1567, mm coronet (S 2562), fine; Sixpence, 1573, mm acorn (S 2563), scratched on obverse, fair to fine; Sixpence, fifth issue, 1580, mm long Latin cross (S 2572), fair to fine. (3) £100-150

142 Elizabeth I, Pennies (4), mintmarks Coronet (15671570), Greek Cross (1578-1579), Sword (1582), Hand (1590-1592), crowned bust left, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 2001, 2017; S 2575, 2580). All toned, first and last very fine, the second creased, fine, the third bold fine. (4) £150-200

138 Elizabeth I, milled coinage, Sixpence, 1562, mintmark Star, large broad bust left, small rose behind, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms, date above (N 2027; S 2596). Lightly toned, a few light marks, creased and straightened, almost very fine. £120-150

143 James I (1603-1625), Halfgroats (2), first coinage (1603-1604), mintmark Thistle (1603-1604), crowned bust right, value behind, rev quartered shield of arms, thistle above (N 2076; S 2649); second coinage (1604-1619), mintmark Trefoil (1613), crowned double rose, small crown above, rev crowned thistle (N 2105/1; S 2660). Both toned, first nearly very fine for issue, small flan chip, the second softly struck, nearly very fine. (2) £80-120

139 Elizabeth I, first issue (1558-1560), Groat, mintmark Lis (1558-1560), crowned bust left, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 1986; S 2556). Toned, creased and straightened, otherwise bold fine with a pleasing portrait. £60-80

144 Charles I (1625-1649), Halfcrown, Tower mint, group II, second style king on horseback, type 2a, mm plume, rev oval quartered shield of arms dividing C and R at the top (N 2206; S 2769). Flan flaws in the metal, otherwise very fine. £250-300
ex Mason collection, Baldwin’s Auction 37, 4-5 May 2004, lot 865

140 Elizabeth I, third and fourth issues (1560-1578), Threepences (2), 1564, mintmark Pheon; 1567, mintmark Lion; fifth issue (1578-1582), Threepence, 1580, mintmark Latin Cross (1580-1581), crowned bust left, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (N 1998; S 2565, 2573). First bold fine, the second toned, nearly very fine, last fine. (3) £80-100

145 Charles I, Halfcrown, Tower Mint, mintmark (R) (1644-1645), third type horseman left, of crude style, no ground line, rev oval garnished shield of arms (N 2213; S 2778). Lightly toned, pleasing fine and rare. £60-80

146 Charles I, Tower Mint under Charles I, Shilling, mintmark anchor (1628-1629), fifth (Aberystwyth) bust left, with double arched crown, large value behind, rev cross pattée moline over quartered shield of arms, mintmark sideways Anchor left (N 2228; S 2794). Attractively toned, bold fine / nearly very fine with a clear portrait. £80-100

151 Charles I, Tower Mint, Sixpence, 1626, group B, type 1a1, mm cross calvary, second bust left, mark of value behind, rev quartered shield of arms, date above, on long cross fourchée dividing legend and date (N 2236; S 2807); Sixpence, Tower mint, group F, type 43, mm star, sixth “Briot’s” bust left, mark of value behind, rev quartered shield of arms on cross Moline (S 2817). Both fine or better. (2) £100-150

147 Charles I, Tower Mint under Charles I, Shilling, mintmark harp (1632-1633), fourth crowned bust left, crown reaching to the edge of coin, value behind, rev oval garnished shield of arms, C left, R right (N 2223; S 2789). Lightly toned, softly struck, pleasing fine, the reverse somewhat better. £80-120

152 Charles I, Nicolas Briot’s Coinage (1631-1639), second milled issue (1638-1639), Sixpence, mintmark sideways Anchor right, Briot’s bust left, value behind, rev cross pattée moline over quartered shield of arms, CHISTO error in legend (N 2306; S 2860). Attractively toned, some obverse adjustment marks, a few light scratches and obverse dig, otherwise nearly very fine. £100-150

148 Charles I, Shilling, group F, mm triangle, type 44, sixth bust left, value behind, rev square-topped quartered shield on cross Moline (S 2799); Shillings (2), mm bell and mm tun, class 3a (N 2225; S 2791). First good fine, the second almost fine with an obverse graffito, the third fair. (3) £120-150

153 Charles I, Halfgroat, mintmark Crown (1635-1636), crowned bust left, value behind, rev oval garnished shield of arms, plume above (cf N 2250; S 2831); Commonwealth (1649-1660), Halfpenny, shield of arms bearing the cross of St George, rev shield of arms bearing Irish harp (N 2730; S 3223). Both toned, first fine, the second good very fine. (2) £80-100 154 Charles I, Rose Farthings (26), type 1c, double-arched crowns with pointed sides reading BRIT, Pms lis-lis (18), lis-no Pm, no Pm-lis (4), uncertain (3) (BMC 305 (18), 307, 309 (4), uncertain (3); Everson 165a (18), 162, 164 (4), uncertain (3)). BMC306 fair, the others fair to good very fine, one of the BMC 305 double-struck on the obverse. (26) £100-150 155 Charles I, Rose Farthings (17), Transitional types muling double-arched crowns with single-arched crowns, Pms mullet-mullet (3), mullet-crescent (7), crescent-mullet (6), uncertain (BMC 320 (3), 321 (5), 323, 324, 325 (6) uncertain; Everson 175 (3), 176a (5), 179, 178, 180 (5), uncertain) Fine to very fine or better, BMC 324 rare, BMC 323 very rare. (17) £100-150

149 Charles I, Tower Mint under Parliament, Shilling, group F, mm sun, type 44, sixth bust left, value XII behind, rev square-topped quartered shield on cross Moline (N 2232; S 2800). Almost very fine. £100-150 150 Charles I, Tower Mint under Charles I, Sixpence, mintmark Tun (1636-1638), fifth (Aberystwyth) bust left, with double arched crown, larger value behind, rev cross pattée moline over quartered shield of arms (N 2243; S 2794). Toned, bold fine. £60-80

156 Charles II (1660-1685), Counterstamped Halfcrown, 1673, IW within crenellated heart counterstamp in centre of obverse. Coin worn/fine, counterstamp very fine. £50-80

161 George III (1760-1820), Emergency issue, Dollar, oval countermark with bust of George III on Peru 8-Reales, Lima mint, 1794 IJ, with the portrait of Charles IV of Spain (ESC 133; S 3765A). Very fine. £350-400

157 William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1696, Halfcrowns (3), 1696, 1700 DVODECIMO, 1701, Shilling 1697, Sixpence, 1697. The 1700 Halfcrown very fine but cleaned, the Shilling very fine, the others fair to fine. (6) £150-200 162 George III, Crown, 1818, by Pistrucci, edge LVIII (S 3787). Bright, good very fine. £80-120 163 George III, ‘Cartwheel’ Coinage, 1797, Twopences (3), Penny; other Georgian copper (5), including Halfpenny, 1795. Fine to very fine. (9) £70-90 158 William III, Halfpenny, 1699, unbarred A’s on reverse, laureate and cuirassed bust right, rev Britannia seated left, date in exergue (P 674; S 3555). Fine. £120-150

159 George II (1727-1760), Sixpence, 1750, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev crowned cruciform shields of arms (ESC 1620; S 3711). Very fine. £120-150

164 George III, Penny, 1797, legends incuse on raised rim, laureate and draped bust right, rev Britannia seated left (S 3777). Die flaw on the reverse, good extremely fine with some lustre. £250-300

160 George II, Halfpenny, 1735 (P 849; S 3717), toned, bold fine / nearly very fine; Victoria (1837-1901), Penny, 1860 TB, Halfpenny, 1861 TB (Fr 3+D, 4+E; S 3954, 3956), lustrous good extremely fine with one or two light marks and toned, extremely fine. (3) £100-120

165 George III, Halfpenny, first issue, 1774, laureate and cuirassed bust right, rev Britannia seated left, date in exergue (S 3774). About extremely fine. £120-150

166 George IV (1820-1830), Two-Pounds, 1823, large bare head left, JBM below truncation, rev St George slaying the dragon, date in exergue, edge inscribed and dated (MCE 470; S 3798). Light bagmarks and a few light short scratches in places, otherwise very fine. £1000-1200 167 George IV, Silver Crown, 1821 (S 3805). Scuffed, good very fine with attractive blue tone. £150-200

172 Victoria, Penny, 1844, young head left, date below rev Britannia seated right, ornamental trident (possibly Peck 1488, note ii; S 3948). Prooflike extremely fine. £50-60

173 Victoria, Penny, 1862, 6+G, laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date in exergue (Fr 39, R3; S 3954). Uncirculated with some lustre, rare. £180-220

168 George IV, Halfpenny, 1825, laureate bust left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1431; S 3824). Toned, a few light marks to portrait, very fine. £40-50

174 Victoria, Penny, 1870, laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date in exergue (S 3954). Good extremely fine. £300-400

169 George IV, Halfpenny, 1826, laureate bust left, date below, rev Britannia seated right, incuse lines on saltire (P 1433; S 3824). Attractively toned, one or two very light marks, extremely fine. £60-80 175 Victoria, Penny, 1880, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 101; S 3954). Dark tone, one or two very light marks in places, otherwise extremely fine. £60-80
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1880

170 William IV (1830-1837), Halfpenny, 1837, bare head right, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1465; S 3847). Toned, a few light surface marks, otherwise good very fine / nearly extremely fine. £40-60
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

171 Victoria (1837-1901), Young head, Crowns (2), 1844, 1845, Halfcrowns (5, one damaged), ‘Godless’ Florin, 1849; Jubilee and Old head coinage, Crowns (12), Double-Florins and smaller (31). Varied state, generally fair to fine, a few better. (51) £100-150

176 Victoria, Penny, 1881, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 102; S 3954). Well toned, one or two tiny marks, good extremely fine with a hint of lustre. £150-200
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

177 Victoria, Proof Penny, 1881, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 107; S 3954). Attractively toned, just a little wear to high points, good extremely fine with a little lustre, extremely rare. £800-1000
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

182 Victoria, Penny, 1885, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 121; S 3954). Uneven dark tone, a softly struck obverse, good extremely fine with a little lustre in places. £60-80
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1885

178 Victoria, Penny, 1881H, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue, H below (Fr 108; S 3955). Light thumbprint on the obverse, otherwise uncirculated with nearly full lustre. £100-150

183 Victoria, Penny, 1886, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 123; S 3954). Attractive dark cabinet tone, softly struck, extremely fine. £40-50
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1886

179 Victoria, Penny, 1882H, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 115; S 3955). Toned, one or two tiny discolouration spots on the reverse, otherwise good extremely fine. £80-120
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

184 Victoria, Penny, 1887, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 125; S 3954). Light tone, one or two scuffs to upper portrait, otherwise lustrous good extremely fine. £80-100
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1887

180 Victoria, Penny, 1883, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 116; S 3954). Lightly toned, a few tiny obverse spots and marks, otherwise good extremely fine with some underlying lustre. £80-120
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

181 Victoria, Penny, 1884, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 119; S 3954). Uneven tone, good extremely fine with some lustre. £60-80
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1884

185 Victoria, Penny, 1888, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 126; S 3954). Lightly toned, small spot by ship on the reverse and one or two tiny scuffs to portrait, good extremely fine with some lustre. £80-100
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1888

186 Victoria, Penny, 1889, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 128; S 3954). Light dusky tone, small short marks to neck of portrait, softly struck, nearly extremely fine / extremely fine with some lustre, scarce. £60-80
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1889

190 Victoria, Penny, 1892, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 134; S 3954). Lightly toned, just one or two tiny marks, practically as struck with full lustre. £100-120
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1892

187 Victoria, Penny, 1890, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 130; S 3954). Light bagmarks, otherwise good extremely fine with full mint lustre. £100-120
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1890

191 Victoria, Penny, 1893, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 136; S 3954). Toned, one or two light marks and lower obverse scratch, otherwise attractive extremely fine with lustre. £50-70
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1893

188 Victoria, Penny, 1891, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 132; S 3954). Lightly toned, two tiny black spots, a little light wear to high points, otherwise bold extremely fine with plenty of lustre. £80-120
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1891

192 Victoria, Penny, 1894, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 138; S 3954). One or two very light marks, otherwise practically as struck with underlying lustre. £50-70
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1894

189 Victoria, Proof Penny, 1891, young laureate bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (P 1745; Fr 133). Uneven dark tone, practically as struck with a little lustre and brilliant fields, extremely rare. £600-800
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

193 Victoria, Penny, 1895, old veiled bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 141; S 3961). Lightly toned, slight friction to portrait, practically as struck with nearly full lustre. £50-70
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1895

194 Victoria, Penny, 1896, old veiled bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 143; S 3961). Toned, one or two tiny bag marks, good extremely fine. £40-50
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1896

199 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1838, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1522; S 3949). Attractively toned, a few very light surface marks, extremely fine. £60-80

195 Victoria, Penny, 1897, old veiled bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 145; S 3961). Toned, one or two tiny bag marks, practically as struck with considerable lustre. £50-70
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960 with a very neat late Victorian coin ticket, 1897

200 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1841, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1524; S 3949). Attractively toned, some die clashing at nape of neck, stain in reverse field, otherwise extremely fine with lustre. £40-60
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

196 Victoria, Penny, 1898, old veiled bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 149; S 3961). Well toned, a little friction to portrait and a few reverse spots, otherwise good extremely fine. £40-50
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

201 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1843, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1527; S 3949). Toned, light surface marks, good extremely fine with full underlying lustre. £100-120
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

202 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1844, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1528; S 3949). Toned, one or two very small obverse digs, otherwise very fine. £30-50
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

197 Victoria, Penny, 1899, old veiled bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 150; S 3961). Lightly toned, two small scratches to cheek, bold extremely fine with some lustre. £40-50
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

198 Victoria, Pennies (2), 1900, 1901, old veiled bust left, rev Britannia seated right, date below in exergue (Fr 153; S 3961). Both lightly toned, practically as struck, some lustre. (2) £60-80
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

203 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1846, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1530; S 3949). Uneven light tone, one or two very light marks, otherwise good extremely fine with a little lustre. £80-100
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

204 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1847, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1531; S 3949). Lightly toned, a pleasing extremely fine with underlying lustre. £60-80
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

209 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1856, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1544; S 3949). Toned, a few tiny obverse marks, good extremely fine with underlying lustre. £80-100
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

205 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1851, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right, incuse dots on shield (P 1535; S 3949). Toned, a few tiny marks and hairlines, otherwise extremely fine. £50-70
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

206 Victoria, Halfpennies (2), 1852, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1536, 1537; S 3949). Both toned, a few marks in places, nearly extremely fine to extremely fine. (2) £60-80
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

210 Victoria, Farthings (5), 1874, dies 4+C H, 1875, dies 5+C H, 1876, ordinary H, 1881, dies 7 + E H, 1882, dies 7+F H, various laureate busts types left, rev Britannia seated right (Fr 525, 532, 534, 543, 549; S 3959). The third good very fine, the others extremely fine to uncirculated, with considerable lustre. (5) £80-100 211 Victoria, Farthings (8), 1875, small date, 1875, large date, 1878, 1879, ordinary 9, 1880, dies 5+D, 1881, dies 7+C, 1883, 1884, various laureate busts types left, rev Britannia seated right (Fr 529, 531, 536, 538, 541, 546, 551, 553; S 3958). The first and fifth good fine, the others good very fine to extremely fine. (8) £80-100 212 Victoria, Farthings (9), 1895, 1896, 1897, 1897, higher tide level, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1901, bright, old veiled bust left, rev Britannia seated right (Fr 571, 572, 574, 575, 576, 577, 578, 579; S 3963, 3964). The first three lustrous, the third about very fine with surface marks, the remainder very fine to about extremely fine, the last an unrecorded bright finish variety. (9) £60-80

207 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1853, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right, incuse dots on shield (P 1538; S 3949). Toned, a few light obverse marks and minor reverse nick at 9 o’clock, almost extremely fine. £40-50
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

208 Victoria, Halfpenny, 1854, young head left, date below, rev Britannia seated right (P 1542; S 3949). Light tone, tiny mark to upper filet, otherwise as struck with some lustre. £50-70
ex Rev Rogers OBE, collection sold to A H Baldwin & Sons Ltd, c.1960

213 Edward VII (1901-1910), Matt Proof Two-Pounds, 1902, bare head right, DeS below truncation, rev St George slaying the dragon, date in exergue (S 3966). A few light marks, light obverse scratch and small dig by sword on the reverse, otherwise good extremely fine. £500-600

214 Edward VII, Crown, 1902, currency issue (S 3978). A little scuffed, nearly extremely fine. £80-120 215 Edward VII, Crown, 1902, Florins (7), lacking 1905, 1908. Fair to fine. (8) £60-80 216 George V (1910-1936), ‘Wreath’ Crown, 1930, Jubilee Crowns (2), 1935, Festival Crown, 1951. First fine, the others fine to very fine. (4) £70-90 SCOTLAND 217 Alexander III (1249-1286), First Coinage (1250c.1280), Penny, uncertain mint, crowned bust left, holding sceptre, rev long cross voided, stars in angles, WALTER - - - (S 5045). Toned, light surface marks and softly struck in areas, nearly very fine. £40-50 218 Alexander III, Second Coinage (c.1280-1286), Penny, crowned head left, with sceptre, rev long cross, mullets of six points in angles (S 5049). Toned, flan with light undulation, very fine. £40-60 219 Alexander III, Second Coinage (c.1280-1286), Penny, crowned head left, with sceptre, rev long cross, mullets of six and five points in angles (S 5055). Toned, minor corrosion and a few light marks, otherwise bold fine / nearly very fine. £30-40 IRELAND

222 Henry VIII (1509-1547), Posthumous Issue, Groat, Dublin mint, smaller three-quarters facing bust right, rev long cross fourchée over quartered shield of arms (DF 218). Uneven tone, small flan crack, otherwise bold fine for this crude issue. £50-60

223 James I (1603-1625), second coinage (1605), Shilling, mintmark Escallop (1606-1607), crowned bust right, rev crowned harp (DF 261). Attractively toned, softly struck in places and tiny loss of metal to upper edge, nearly very fine. £80-100 224 Eire, Silver Halfcrowns (2), 1940, 1941, Florin 1939, Shilling 1939, Cupro-Nickel Sixpence (7), 1928, 1934, 1940 (2), 1947, 1948, 1962, Threepence (3), 1934, 1942, 1943. Second, third and fourth very fine, the others good fine or better. (14) £80-100 CHANNEL ISLANDS

225 Jersey, 3-Shillings Token, 1813 (KM Tn6). Some minor marks, otherwise good very fine and toned, scarce. £100-150 220 John as Lord (1172-1216), Second Coinage (c.11901199), Halfpenny, Dublin mint, facing diademed head, +IOHANNES DOMS, rev voided cross potent, annulets in angles, small flan, +NORMAN ON DV (DF 39; S 6205). Toned, a pleasing and well struck example, bold very fine, the reverse better. £150-200
with a small late-Victorian collectors ticket

MISCELLANEOUS 226 Edwards and Henrys, hammered Pence (7); Commonwealth, Twopence; Charles I, Halfcrown, type 3. The last worn, poor, the others fair to fine, one split. (9) £60-80 227 James I, Shillings (2), one clipped, second a forgery; Charles I, Tower Mint, Halfcrowns (2), Shilling, mm triangle in circle, Shilling, mm crown. Fair to fine. (6) £80-120 228 Charles II, Halfcrowns (3), 1671, 1675, 1676, Shilling, 1663; James II, Halfcrown, 1687. Fair and fine. (5) £70-90

221 Edward I (1254-1307), Second Coinage (1279-1302), Halfpenny, Dublin mint, crowned bust facing in triangle, rev long cross, tri-pellets in angles (DF 69; S 6257). Lightly toned, softly struck in areas and a few surface marks, bold fine, the reverse somewhat better, scarce. £40-50
with a small late-Victorian collectors ticket

BRITISH TOKENS
235 17th Century, Farthings (7), Andover, Bristol (2), Gravesend, Norwich, Sarum and Taunton. Fine to very fine. (7) £60-80

236 18th Century, Political and Social Halfpence (5), Thomas Hardy / Corresponding Society (DH 205); London Corresponding Society (3) (DH 286 (2), 289); “Liberty and not Slavery” (DH 290). Mostly extremely fine, DH289 fair, last scarce. (5) £80-120

229 Anne, Pre-Union, Halfcrown, 1707 SEXTO, roses and plumes (S 3582); Post Union, Crown, Halfcrown, 1707E, Sixpence, 1708E (S 3601, 3605, 3620); George II, Halfcrown, 1745, Shilling, 1758. Generally fine. (6) £120-150 230 George II, Halfpence (2), 1739, obv stamped “10”, 1753, obv stamped “T P” (T perhaps inverted L), rev stamped “H H”; George III, imitative Halfpenny, 1771, rev crudely stamped “CR” within crenelated oval; Regal Halfpenny, 1774, double-struck and part-brockage. Fair to fine. (4) £60-80 231 George III, Crown, 1819, by Pistrucci, edge LX (S 3787), very fine; other Crowns (6), Halfcowns (2), minors (7); George IV, Crown, 1821, Halfcrowns (2), Shillings (2), Maundies (3), two very fine; AngloHannovarian (1); William IV, Groat and Threehalfpence, very fine, Halfcrown forgeries (2), these worn, generally fair and fine, except as stated. (29) £100-150 232 Elizabeth II, Silver Proof Silver Jubilee Crowns (2), 1977, Silver Proof Queen Mother’s 80th Birthday Crowns (2), 1980, Isle of Man Proof Silver Crown, 1970, a quantity of old-style cupro-nickel decimal coinage (approx 2kg), other miscellaneous coins, mainly new issues (lot). Silver crowns in cases of issue, new issues mint state, the others in mixed grades. (lot) £60-80 233 Royal Mint Philatelic Numismatic Covers (2 Albums), 1988-2002, First Day Covers (1 Album), Pre-decimal Coinage (1 Album) and a shoe box of British and Foreign small change. The covers as issued, remainder varied state. (lot) £100-150
over £100 at face value for the Royal Mint covers alone.

237 18th Century, Political and Social Halfpence (4), Spence (2), three armed citizens and heart-in-hand (DH 681d; 682c); “British Liberty”, sailor siezes landsman (DH 725); “Tree of Liberty” (DH 889). DH725 good extremely fine with much original redness, the others extremely fine or nearly so. (4) £80-120 238 18th Century, Political and Social Tokens (10), Spence issues, “British Liberty”, sailor siezes landsman (DH 725); others (5), including “End of Pain”, and Farthing; “Pigs Meat” Halfpenny and Farthings (2). First extremely fine, all but one of others very fine. (10) £100-150

234 An assortment of British Copper and Bronze coinage, 18th – 20th centuries, with some later Channel Islands, mostly contained in album leaves. Mostly fair and fine, a few better. (lot) £60-80

239 18th Century, Political and Social Halfpence (3), “Pigs Meat”, John Thelwall, Horne Tooke (DH 842b, 680, 878). Last extremely fine, others nearly so though second weakly struck. (3) £60-80

240 18th Century, Political and Social Halfpence (6), Erskine Erskine & Gibbs, Hardy (3), Tooke (DH 1010, 1012, 1024-1026, 1047). Penultimate rubbed, others very fine and better. (6) £100-120 241 18th Century, Middlesex, Anti-Slavery Halfpenny, ‘Dublin or London’; Halfpennies of buildings (15), including Skidmore, St James’s Clerkenwell; Newgate (2); Bath (2), one 19th century; Bridges (4), including Ironbridge (DH 85). Last and Skidmore good very fine, the others mostly very fine. (21) £80-120

246 18th Century, Badminton, Gloucester, Halfpenny, 1796, “I was hungry”; other Halfpence (57), social and trade, various issuers. Generally fine to very fine, several better. (58) £100-150 242 18th Century, Middlesex, Hall’s Curiosity House, Halfpenny (2), ‘Mrs Newsham the white negress’ (DH 28a). Very fine. (2) £40-60

243 18th Century, Middlesex (London), Pidcock’s Farthing, undated (c.1795), obv elephant, rev cockatoo; Spence’s Fathing, 1795, Thomas Paine/ Rights of Man, rev Odd Fellows (DH 1067a, 1115); Somersetshire, Bath, Fathing, 1795 (DH 112a). Good very fine to extremely fine, first two with much lustre, the second scarce. (3) £150-200 244 18th Century, Wales, Anglesey, Druid Penny, 1787, Halfpenny, 1788; Middlesex, Halfpenny, Deserted Village, 1795; others (17). Generally very fine, with several better pieces. (20) £80-120

247 18th Century, Sandwich, Kent, Halfpenny (DH 39); Spence’s “Coaly Tyne”, 1797, cleaned and lacquered; other Halfpennies (40), and Farthings (6), one Dundee, various issuers, generally fine to very fine, several better. (48) £100-150 248 18th Century, a selection of tokens, including Scottish issues, Pennies (3), Halfpennies (36), Farthings (13), includes Newton, Dundee, Glasgow, and others. Many very fine. (lot) £100-150

245 18th Century, Cornwallis, Penny; Portrait Halfpennies (27), including Eccleston, Elizabeth I, Garrick (2), Handel (2), Howard, Howe, Newton, Pitt, and Farthings (2). Some fine, mostly very fine and several better. (32) £80-120

249 18th Century Tokens (22), most with an animal theme, Lambe, camel Penny and Halfpenny (2); Hall’s Curiousity House (2), one Jeffery Dunstan, and others (2); Pidcocks, Halfpennies (5), Farthings (3); other Halfpennies (6) and Farthing. Several extremely fine, others fine and very fine. (22) £100-150 250 18th Century, Halfpence (47), various issuers. Generally fine to very fine, an interesting assortment, worth viewing. (47) £120-150

251 18th Century, Halfpence (53), various issuers. Generally fine to very fine, several better, viewing recommended. (53) £150-200

255 19th Century Silver Tokens, Warwickshire, Birmingham, Shilling, 1812, obv workhouse building (D 20); Worcestershire, Shilling, 1811 (D 1); Yorkshire, Hull, Rudston & Preseton, Shilling and Sixpence, 1811 (D 14), York, Cattle & Barber, Shilling, 1811 (D 84). First darkly toned, second brightly cleaned, generally about very fine, the last extremely fine with lustre. (4) £200-300 256 19th Century, Silver Tokens, Shillings (3), Birmingham, Bristol, Frome; Northumberland & Durham; Sixpences (3). Fine and very fine, one Sixpence bent, one pierced. (7) £70-90

252 19th Century Silver Tokens, Devonshire, Shilling, undated (c.1811), shield of arms (D 5), Teignmouth, Jogn Holland, Shilling, 1811, lion crest (D 19); Dorsetshire, Poole, W B Best (linen draper), Shilling, 1812 (D 9). First extremely fine with attractive tone, the second with a few small black spots on the obverse, otherwise good very fine, scarce, the last darkly toned on the obverse, reverse a little rubbed, very fine. (3) £150-200

257 19th Century Silver Tokens, Wales, Flintshire, Shilling Bank Token, 12 August 1811, arms of crossed keys (D 1). Small black spot on the reverse, otherwise extremely fine with a little lustre, scarce. £60-80 258 19th Century, a selection of Tokens and Coins, Twopences (2), Birmingham and Norwich; Pennies (51), includes Bristol, and Halfpenny; Penny, Lloyds Newspaper; Halfpenny, TABOIS; smaller issues (23); George V, Penny, stamped with raised image of the Tower of London; sundry others (22). Varied state. (lot) £150-200

253 19th Century Silver Tokens, Middlesex (London), Shilling and Sixpence, undated, obv LONDON SILVER TOKEN, rev DOLLAR SILVER TOKEN, MORGAN MAKER 12 RATHBONE PLACE (D 5), Samuel Lloyd (ironmonger), Shilling, 1811 (D 15), Charing Cross, Sixpence, undated (D 33). First about very fine with some lustre, the others good very fine and about very fine. (3) £120-160

254 19th Century Silver Tokens, Somersetshire, Bristol, Sixpence, 1811 (D 55); Staffordshire, Bilston, Rushbury & Woolley, Shilling, 1811 (D 2). Bright very fine and about very fine. (2) £40-60

259 18th - 19th Century, J Henry, Numismatist, Tokens (3), seated female by coin cabinet, 1879; legend reverse (2); another, B Nightingale, 1843; H Young, St Paul’s; Denton, ‘Blockhead’ Farthing, 1795. Penultimate fine, others very fine. (6) £40-60 260 Scotland, Charles II, ½-Merc, 6-Shillings, 8-Pence, 1669 (S 5614). Very fine. (3) £40-60

AUSTRIA

261 Ireland, Gunmoney Halfcrown; Wood’s Coinage, Halfpenny, 1723; later Penny, Halfpence (4), Farthing; Isle of Man, Halfpenny, 1813. Fair and fine. (8) £70-90 266 Franz Joseph I, Gold Proof Restrike 4-Ducats, dated 1915 (F 488). Brilliant mint state. £250-300

262 Ireland, So-Called Token Shilling, 1804, Hibernia at altar, PRO BONO PUBLICO (Seaby 8; D 7). Very fine. £30-50

267 Franz Joseph I, Gold Restrike 100-Corona, dated 1915 (F 507R). Some marks, otherwise brilliant mint state. £650-750 263 Ireland, Dublin, Copper Token, c.1828, issued by James Maculla, Justice with scales between pillars, rev lis (D 52; Seaby Ireland TC2). Striking cracks, good fine, rare. £150-200 264 British Token Coinage, one Silver, but mostly 18th century Halfpennies (approx 170), includes a few jetons, medallets, foreign pieces and one engraved Love-Token, mostly in album leaves. Fair to fine and better, a few retaining original colour. (lot) £120-150 BELGIUM

WORLD COINS
ANTIGUA 268 Leopold II, Silver 5-Francs (3), 1870, 1873, 1875 (KM 24). Scuffed but very fine or better. (3) £100-120 BOLIVIA

265 Hannay & Coltart, St John, Token Farthing, dated 1836 (issued c.1850) (KM Tn1; Pr 1), very fine; Liberia, American Colonization Society, Cent, 1816, fine; Lead counter, fair. (3) £60-80

269 Republic, 8-Soles (3), 1830J, 1831JL, 1837LM (KM 97); 1-Bolivianos (3), 1866, 1867, 1868, all Potosi (KM 152.1, 152.2). Mostly good very fine to extremely fine, hard to find in such high grades. (6) £150-250

COSTA RICA 270 Lion Counterstamps on George III Shilling and (bent) Victorian Sixpence; Haiti, Boyer, 50-Cents, An 25; Anchor Money, 1/8- and 1/16-Dollar, 1822 (KM 2, 1); British Guiana, Four-Pence, 1894 (KM 26). Last extremely fine, others fine and very fine. (6) £80-120 EAST AFRICA 271 George V and George VI, Florin, 1920, Shillings (2), 1921, 1941, 50-Cents (3), 1912, 1924, 1944, 25-Cents (2), 1910, 1914 (KM 17, 21, 28.1, 9, 20, 27, 3, 10). Mostly very fine. (8) £80-100 ETHIOPIA 276 François I, Teston, second type, Bordeaux (Dy 793); Charles IX, Teston, 1561; other silver coins (6), Henri II to Louis XIII. First about fine with some tooling on the obverse, the others fair to fine. (8) £120-150

272 Haile Selassi, Copper 1/100-Birr, 1889EE (1897), struck in Paris (KM 9). Good very fine, scarce. £60-80 FRANCE

277 Louis XV (1715-1774), Ecu à la vieille tête, 1772, Pau (Dy 1685); Tiers d’Ecu de France, 1721A (Dy 1667); Ecus (3), 1732, 1770 (tooled), 1786; ½-Ecus (5), 1704, 1733, 1736, 1745, 1748; minor silver coins (18), Louis XIV to Louis XVI. Fair to almost very fine. (28) £150-200

273 Charles VII (1422-1461), Gold Ecu d’or à la couronne, undated, Paris (Dy 511a). Flan defect at 11 o’clock, fine. £120-150

274 François I (1515-1547), Gold Ecu d’or au soleil, fifth type, undated, Bayonne, crowned shield of France under sun, rev floriated cross with two lis and two Fs in angles (Dy 775; F 345). Traces of double striking, good fine. £150-200

278 Lorraine, Charles III (1545-1603), Teston, undated, Nancy; Testons (3), Charles III, Henri II and Charles IV; Franc, 1658, Metz; other minor silver and copper coins (10), Lorraine and Metz. Generally fine or better. (15) £150-200

275 François I, Gold Ecu d’or au soleil du Dauphiné, first type, undated, Crémieu, arms of France and Dauphiné under sun, rev floriated cross (Dy 782; F 354). Weakly struck, almost very fine. £150-200

279 French Colonies, Isles du Vent, 12-Sols, 1731, good fine; Mauritius, 50- and 25-Sous; other silver and copper coins (16), Indochina, French India, Cambodge and other French colonies. Conditions vary from fine to unirculated. (19) £100-150

284 German States, Bayern, Ludwig II (1864-1886), Gold 10-Mark, 1872D (J 193; F 17), fine/very fine; France, Gold 5-Francs, 1854, plain edge (F 578), edge damaged at top, fine. (2) £180-220 280 Third Republic, Silver 5-Francs (6), 1873A (KM 820.1). Scuffed, but good very fine, with some lustre. (6) £120-150 HONG KONG

285 Victoria, Silver 5-Cents, 1897 (Ma C8; KM 5). Brilliant uncirculated. £40-60

281 Third Republic, Silver 5-Francs (5), 1873A (3), 1876A, 1877A (KM 820.1). Scuffed, but good very fine, with some lustre. (5) £120-150 GERMANY

286 Victoria, Silver 10-Cents, 1898 (Ma C18; KM 6.3). Uncirculated. £40-60

INDIA Ancient

282 Bavaria, Ludwig I (1825-48), Silver 2-Thalers (3½-Gulden), 1837, Monetary Union of Sis South German States (KM 416). In NGC holder graded AU50. £150-200

287 Ashmaka Janapada (c.500-350 BC), Silver ½Karshapana, 1.52g, Godavari Valley, elephant, tree and a geometric symbol repeated twice, and a later Panchala Coin (Rajgor series 26, similar to 474-476, but unrecorded varieties; Mitch ATEC 3909-3944 var). Very fine and rare. (2) £150-200

288 Ashmaka Janapada (c.500-350 BC), Silver ½Karshapana, 1.41g and 1.46g, Godavari Valley, elephant, tree and a geometric symbol repeated twice, two varieties (Rajgor series 26, similar to 474476, but unrecorded varieties; Mitch ATEC 39093944 var). Very fine and rare. (2) £200-250 283 Nurnberg, coinage in the name of Joseph II, Thaler, 1765 SR, Imperial eagle, both heads crowned, rev city panorama (Dav 2494; KM 350; Kellner 344). Very fine, has been buffed and tiny pin-pricks to edge at top and bottom (as if once in swivel mount). £80-120 289 Kshatrapas of Gujarat, Swami Rudrasimha (c.222223 AD), Silver Drachm, obv bust, blundered legend and date 144, rev three-arched hill and legend “Rajno Mahakshatrapasa Swami Satyasimha putrasa rajno Mahakshatrapa Swami Rudrasimha” (BMC 907). Very fine and rare. £30-50



Medieval

290 Bengal, Gupta-style coinage of Samatata (6th - 7th Century AD), Gold Staters (2), 6.27g, 6.34g, imitating Gupta coinage, king standing left holding bow and arrow, standard with uncertain finial in field left, border of dots and dashes rev uncertain legend left, figure standing right (for discussion see, Rhodes-Bose Assam p.66-67). First with small flan, the second with broader flan, both very fine and scarce. (2) £1000-1500 291 Kashmir, Yashaskara and Parvagupta Dynasties (10th - 11th Century AD), AE Staters (approx 75), standing king, rev seated goddess (cf Mitchiner 172-178). Varied state, mostly very fine or nearly so. (lot) £150-200 292 Uttama Chola (973-985 AD), Silver Kahavanu, fish with lion (Mitch Tamilnadu-Kerala 324); Feudatory to Kalachuris of Ratanpur, Jagapala, Silver Mashaka, seated Lakshmi, rev rulers name, Jabalpur region (Cribb, Numismatic Digest 27-28, p.71); Jayasimha Siddharaja (c.1094-1144 AD), Silver Masha (3), elephant to right, rev legend Srimaj Jayasimha Piya (Deyell 163); Cochin Fanams (3). Generally about very fine. (8) £150-200

296 Kalachuris of Ratnapura, Jajalla Deva (c.1160-1168), Base Gold Dinar, tiger mounted upon an elephant, rev srimajjajallyadeva (Deyell 132), with Gold Masha/¼Dinar (Deyell 133). Very fine. (2) £200-250

297 Chalukyas of Kalyana, Someshvara IV, restored (1181-1189 AD), Gold Pagoda, 3.53g, garuda running with wings raised, rev Kannada legend in three lines (Mitch Karnataka-Andhra 282). Extremely fine and scarce. £250-350

298 Kalachuris of Ratnapura, Prithivideva Base Gold Dinar, tiger mounted upon an elephant, rev srimatprithivideva (Deyell 125); Ratna Deva (c.11601168), Base Gold Masha, tiger mounted upon an elephant, rev srimadratnadeva (Deyell 130). Both very fine and very scarce. (2) £250-350

293 Gahadavalas of Kanauj, Govindachandra (fl.11141154 AD), Gold Stater, 4.18g, Lakshmi seated facing, rev legend in three lines (M 490-496). Traces of mounting, otherwise very fine. £100-120



Sultanates

294 Vira Simha, Contemporary Dynasties (c.1120 AD), Gold Dinara or 4½-Masha, 3.55g, in the name of Vira Simha Ram, Lakshmi seated facing, rev Nagari inscription Srimad Vira Simha Rama (Deyell 153). About extremely fine and very rare. £1000-1200
Only one specimen has been noted by Deyell. It is unusual to have a ruler in this period with the title Rama instead of Deva

299 Sultans of Bengal, Nasir al-Din Nusrat (AH 925-938; AD 1519-1531), Silver Tanka, 10.7g, Barbakabad, garbled date (G&G B801). Broad flan, very fine and rare, much nicer than the coin illustrated in G&G. £100-150

295 Chandellas of Jejakbhukti, Madanavarmadeva (1129-1163 AD), Gold Dinara or 4½-Masha, seated Goddess Lakshmi, rev Nagari legend Sri Mad Madanavrmadeva (Deyell 141). Very fine. £70-90

300 Sultans of Dehli, Shams al-Din Iltutmish (AH 607633; AD 1210-1235), Silver Tanka, 10.77g, probably struck at Dehli, in the name of the caliph, al-Zahir (G&G D33). Very fine, part weakly struck and some encrustration, very rare. £150-200



Mughal

301 Sultans of Dehli, Shams al-Din Iltutmish, Silver Tanka, 10.85g, Dehli, year 633, single dot variety (G&G D36). About very fine, some surface scuffing, probably rare. £150-200
This coin has the same legend arrangements as the coins struck from the land-tax of Kanauj and Infidels, but that part of the marginal inscription is not visible on this specimen. Year 633 would appear to be an unpublished year for this type.

306 Akbar (AH 963-1014; AD 1556-1605), Rupee, Shergarh, year 966 (KM 80.17). Very fine, light test marks, rare. £100-150

302 Sultans of Dehli, Muhammad bin Tuqhluq, Silver Tanka, 11.1g, in the name of the caliph al-Mustakfi, Dehli, year 742 (G&G D430). Fine/good fine, very rare. £400-500
Silver Tankas of this type were probably struck from dies meant for Gold Tankas. They are much rarer than the gold strikings.

307 Jahangir, ½-Rupees (7), Patna 1024/Tir, 1028/14/ Aban, 1032/17/Azar, 1032/18/Ardibihisht, 1033/18/Di, 1036/22/Farwardin, 1036/22/ Khurdad (KM 136.1). Generally very fine and very scarce. (7) £600-800

303 Sultans of Dehli, Muhammad bin Tughluq, Copper ½-Tankas (2), forced token currency, AH730 (G&G D410); Shahis of Kabul, early type of silver bull and horseman coin; Maldive Islands, Bodu Larin, Muhammad Mu’iz al-Din, AH 1189 (KM 28). Third toned, good very fine, the ½-Tankas extremely fine with some original silvering, the last very fine for type. (4) £80-120
all bought from Henry Christensen, c.1970, coin dealer, New Jersey, USA

308 Jahangir and Nur Jahan, Rupee and ½-Rupee, Patna 1037, year 22 (KM 168.5, 167.1). Very fine, the ½-Rupee rare. (2) £250-350

309 Shah Jahan I, ¼-Rupee, 2.63g, square area type, mint off-flan, year 10?. Good fine and rare. £70-90

304 Sultans of Dehli, Sher Shah Suri (AH 945-952; AD 1538-1545), Silver Rupee, 11.22g of Qila‘ Shergarh, year 952 (G&G D766). Very fine, some shroff-marks, very rare type. £200-300

310 Aurangzeb (AH 1068-1118; 1658-1707 AD), Gold Mohur, Aurangabad, AH 1080, year 12, 10.89g (KM 315.10). Traces of mounting on edge, very fine. £200-250



Independent Kingdoms

305 Sultans of Dehli, Sher Shah Suri, Silver ½-Rupee, 5.6g, Shergarh Bakkar, date off flan (G&G D805). Very fine, a few shroff marks, very rare. £400-500

311 Nizams of Hyderabad, Silver ½-Annas (3), approx 0.3g, one with part of the mintname Khujista Bunyad, one with clear Muhammad (Shah), all three probably struck at the same mint during the reign of Muhammad Shah. Very fine and very scarce. (3) £80-100

312 Rohillas, Rupee, ‘Alinagar mint (location unknown), in the name of Shah ‘Alam II, AH 119x, year 24. Very fine, somewhat weakly struck on the reverse, rare. £400-500 Princely States

317 Gujarat, Radhanpur, Rupee, in the names of Zorawar Khan and Queen Victoria, 1872/1289 (KM 11). Very fine, some weak areas around the edge, very scarce. £80-100
bought from Henry Christensen, c.1970, coin dealer, New Jersey, USA

313 Bahawalpur, Sadiq Muhammad Khan V (AH 13251365; AD 1907-1947), Medallic Portrait (Nazarana) Rupee, AH 1343, 12.3g (KM Y10). Toned, good very fine and scarce. £250-300 314 Bharatpur, Rupee, in the name of Shah ‘Alam II, Mahe Indrapur (Dig), AH 1186, year 14 (KM 56); Farrukhabad, Rupee, in the name of Shah ‘Alam II, Ahmadnagar Farrukhabad, AH 1211, year 31 (KM C86.2); Gwalior, Rupee in the name of Muhammad Akbar II, AH 124x (KM 73); Jaipur, Rupee, in the name of Muhammad Shah, Sawai Jaipur, AH 1155, year 25 (KM 1). Very fine to good very fine. (4) £80-100

318 Jaipur, Man Singh II, Modern Bronze Medal, obv bust of Maharaja to right. Extremely fine. £100-120

319 Jaipur, Man Singh II, Modern Bronze Medal, obv bust of Maharaja to right, no border line on rim. Extremely fine. £100-120 320 Rajasthan, Banswara, Rupees (2), ½-, ¼- and 1/8-Rupee (KM 23, 22, 21, 20). Toned, good very fine to extremely fine, the smaller denominations scarce. (5) £100-150
all bought from Henry Christensen, c.1970, coin dealer, New Jersey, USA These coins, described as “Nazarana” in KM were struck to a lower weight standard than the normal rupee series. They are said to have been introduced for use within his small state by Lakshman Singh around 1870 and are inscribed with a “secret” script.

315 Gujarat, Radhanpur, Rupee, in the names of Zorawar Khan and Queen Victoria, 1871/1287 (KM 11). Good very fine for type, a little weakness, very scarce. £80-100
bought from Henry Christensen, c.1970, coin dealer, New Jersey, USA The silver coinage of Radhanpur is not easy to find these days. They appear to have been machine-struck but usually crudely and often with some areas of weakness.



East India Company

316 Gujarat, Radhanpur, Rupee, in the names of Zorawar Khan and Queen Victoria, 1871/1288 (KM 11). Good very fine for type, flan crack as a result of the striking, very scarce. £80-100
bought from Henry Christensen, c.1970, coin dealer, New Jersey, USA

321 Bengal Presidency, Gold Mohur, Murshidabad, year 19 type, 1793 issue, Calcutta mint (Pr 62; KM 103). Extremely fine with lustre. £600-800

322 Bengal Presidency, Rupee, Murshidabad, year 19 (Pr 147; KM 86); Rupees (5), Murshidabad, year 19, 1793 issue, Calcutta mint (Pr 157; KM 99). First about very fine, a couple of flan cracks, the others good very fine to extremely fine with some toning. (6) £100-150
all bought from Henry Christensen, c.1970, coin dealer, New Jersey, USA

MALAYSIA

329 Sarawak, Charles J Brook (1868-1917), Silver 5-Cents, 1908H (KM 8). Almost extremely fine. £100-150



Miscellaneous

330 Sarawak, Charles J Brook, Silver 10-Cents, 1910H, 20-Cents, 1911H (KM 9, 10). Very fine. (2) £120-150 323 Gold Temple Token, imitating a coin of the Dehli sultan Sher Shah Suri, 11.59g (cf M 543-544). Traces of mounting on edge, otherwise good very fine, scarce. £200-250 324 Miscellaneous Coins (approx 220), mainly Indian, in silver and base metals, including Native States, EIC, VOC and Ceylon. Many fine, some better. (lot) £150-200 ITALY 331 Sarawak, Charles V Brook (1917-1946), Silver 5Cents, 1920H (KM 13). Very fine. £80-100

325 Milan, Filippo Maria Visconti (1412-1447), Grosso (B 1502). Slightly irregular edge, good very fine. £50-70

332 Sarawak, Charles V Brook, Silver 10- and 20-Cents, 1920H, 50-Cents, 1927H (KM 15, 17, 19). Very fine. (3) £150-200 333 Straits Settlements, Victoria, Silver 50-Cents 1897 (KM 13). Almost very fine. £80-100

334 Straits Settlements, Victoria, Silver 5-Cents, 1877. Good very fine. £400-600 MALTA 326 Papal States, Paolo III (1534-1549), Gold Scudo d’oro, undated, Rome (Berm 905; F 65), slightly short of flan, very fine; Nicolò V (1447-1455), Gold Ducat (Berm 326; M 3-5), holed, otherwise very fine; Venice, Paolo Renier (1779-1789), Mezzo-Zecchino (CNI 101), holed, otherwise very fine. (3) £400-500 327 Venice, Gold Zecchini (10), assorted types. Mixed grades, mostly about very fine, all holed. (10) £1000-1200 328 Venice, Gold Zecchini (11), assorted types. Mixed grades, mostly about very fine, all holed. (11) £1000-1200 335 Copper Coinage (7), 17th-18th century; Ornate Spoon, the bowl made from a 30-Tari of Emanuel de Rohan, 1790, twisted handle, cross and orb finial (Schembri 11; Dav 1608). Mixed grades, the latter piece attractive. (8) £60-80 MEXICO 336 Guanajuato, 8-Reales to the ½-Real, various dates; Mexico, 4-Reales (2), 1741 (holed), 1790, 50-Centavos, 1866; Zacatecas, Peso, 1871; 8-Reales copy, 1816. Conditions vary from fair to almost very fine. (10) £80-100

PANAMA 342 20-Balboas, 1973, matt surface, virtually mint state; Sir Francis Chichester, single-handed circumnavigation, 1966-1667, Silver Medal, by P Vincze for Spink, 38mm, in case, as struck; R Silcock’s Award, silver and enamel, 1932, extremely fine. (3) £60-80

337 Republic, 8-Reales (9), assorted mints and dates, no duplication, none from Mexico mint. Varied conditions, fine to almost extremely fine. (9) £100-120 NETHERLANDS

RUSSIA

338 Flanders, Philip IV (1621-1665), Lion d’or, 1654, Bruges, crowned lion holding a sword, its foreleg on a globe, date below, rev crowned shield of arms surrounded by the Order of the Golden Fleece, 5.50g (Delm 561; F 227). Some scratches on the obverse and flan split on the edge at 2 o’clock, otherwise good very fine or better and retaining some lustre. £500-600

343 Catherine II, Copper 5-Kopecks (2), 1765EM, 1776EM (Bit 611, 625). Good fine and very fine with traces of verdigris. (2) £80-100

339 Hainaut, Philip the Good (1419-1430-1467), Pieter d’or, undated, Valenciennes, nimbate bust of St Peter above the duke’s coat of arms, rev floriated cross, 3.49g (Delm 300; F 266). About very fine. £600-700 340 Zeeland, Silver Rider 1792; Mexico, Pillar Dollar 1745, Republic Peso 1863; Germany, Prussia 2Marks (2), 1901, 1905. Fine to very fine, the Peso with three Chinese chops. (5) £100-120 OTTOMAN

344 Catherine II, Copper 5-Kopecks (2), 1776EM, 1791EM (Bit 625, 645). Very fine. (2) £80-100 345 Catherine II, Copper 5-Kopecks, 1791AM (Bit 861). Almost extremely fine. £150-200

341 Abdul Mejid (AH 1255-1277), Gold 100-Kurush, 1255h, year 8 (P 870); Abdul Hamid II (AH12931327), Gold 100-Kurush, 1293h, year 16 (F 41). About very fine and fine. (2) £400-500

346 Catherine II, Copper 5-Kopecks, 1791AM (Bit 861). Extremely fine. £200-250

347 Catherine II, Copper 5-Kopecks, 1791AM (Bit 861). Extremely fine. £200-250 348 Copper 5-Kopecks (12), 1766, 1767, 1770, 1771, 1772, 1773, 1775, 1776, 1777, 1779, 1780, 1792, all EM (B 213, 217, 228, 229, 230, 231, 233, 234, 235, 238, 240, 292; Uzd 2678, 2692, 2714, 2718, 2723, 2727, 2734, 2738, 2742, 2748, 2750, 2851). Good fine to very fine. (12) £200-300 349 Catherine II, Copper 5-Kopecks (22), various dates from 1768-1792. Fair to fine, a few better. (22) £700-900

353 Nicholas II, Commemorative Rouble, 1913, Tercentenary of the Romanov House, by Mikhail Skudnov (Bit 335; Sev 4179; Uzd 4201) In NGC holder graded MS62. £250-350 354 Silver Roubles (7), 1892, 1896, 1897, 1898 (2), 1899, 1901; Silver 50-Kopecks, 1913. Roubles fine, last very fine but scratched. (8) £150-200

355 USSR, 3-Kopecks, 1936. A few spots, otherwise good extremely fine. £80-100 356 19th Century coins in silver (5) and copper (4), including Rouble 1897, Poltina 1897 and 25-Kopecks 1895. Fine to very fine. (9) £80-100 357 19th Century Copper Coins (29), 5-Kopecks (5), 3Kopecks (2), 2-Kopecks (8), Kopeck (3), ½-Kopeck (3), Denga (2), Polushka (6). Generally fine, a few better. (29) £100-150 358 19th and 20th Century Imperial minor coins (60), copper ½-Kopeck (10), Kopeck (22), 2-Kopecks (21), 3-Kopecks (5), 10-Kopecks 1906, 15-Kopecks 1908. Fine to very fine, a few better, contained in a small pvc album, some coins a little sticky as a result. (60) £150-200 359 Gilt metal Watch Chain, with two appendages: Nicholas II gold 10-Roubles 1899, with a scroll mount, and a British gilt copper Medalet commemorating the Great War, the chain itself possibly unmarked low grade gold. Coin fine. £80-100 SIERRA LEONE

350 Paul I, Copper 2-Kopecks 1798, Kopeck 1797 (Bit 113, 119 R). Very fine and fine with some surface marks. (2) £100-120 351 Alexander III (1881-1894): Silver Roubles (2), 1892, 1893 (KM Y46), fine and very fine; Cuba: Silver Peso, 1915 (KM 15.1), very fine. (3) £100-150

352 Nicholas II (1894-1917), Commemorative Rouble, 1896 (АГ), for the Coronation (Bit 322; Sev 4035; Uzd 4197). In NGC holder graded MS62, with lustre. £1200-1500

360 ¼-Golde, 5th Anniversary of Independence (1966). Serious reverse edge knock, otherwise about as struck. £200-250

SOUTH AFRICA 361 ZAR, Paul Kruger, silver Halfcrowns (2), 1892, 1896, 2-Shillings (2), 1895, 1897, Shillings (2), 1896, 1897, Sixpences (2), 1893, 1897, Threepence, 1892, bronze Pennies (2), 1892, 1898. Fair to fine. (11) £80-100 SWITZERLAND

366 Swiss Confederation, 5-Francs, 1923 (HMZ 1199); other 5-Francs (2), and smaller denominations (64). Conditions vary from fine to uncirculated, worth viewing. (67) £100-120

362 Zürich, Gold Ducat, 1748/3, 3.46g (HMZ 2-1161-cc; F 486a). Slightly crimpled but pleasing, nearly extremely fine. £400-500 367 An assortment of Cantonal Coins (approx 100), includes some scarce issues. Conditions vary from fine to uncirculated, an interesting group. (lot) £300-400 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

363 Fribourg, Gold 100-Francs, Shooting Festival of 1934, 25.99g (HMZ 2-1344a; F 505). An intermittent trail of black ink by the top of obverse legend, otherwise choice about uncirculated. £1500-2000 368 USA, Connecticut, Halfpenny, 1787, “George II” bust left, AUCTOBI: . . CONNEC:., rev Britannia, somewhat porous, fine; Immitative Halfpence (3), 1771, SHAKES – PEARE, undated, Al – FRED and 1777, GUSTAVAS VASA; Wood’s coinage, Halfpenny, 1723; Pence (2), Barbados and Bermuda, poor to fine. (7) £70-90 URUGUAY

364 St Gallen, Thaler, 1622 (HMZ 897); Vaud, Franc, 1845 (HMZ 1001). First fine, the second extremely fine. (2) £150-200

369 Republic, Gold 5-Pesos, 1930 (F 6). marked, otherwise uncirculated. VIETNAM

A little bag£100-150

365 Swiss Confederation, 5-Francs, 1890 (HMZ 1198); 5-Francs (2), 1922, 1923 (HMZ 1199). Fine to good very fine. (3) £100-150

370 Tu Duc, Silver 4-Tien, four Chinese characters around square central hole on both sides (Schr 351; KM 448). Uncirculated, with attractive grey tone. £400-500

MISCELLANEOUS 371 British Colonies and Empire, Tokens, Australia, Pennies (26); Barbados (2); Canada (29), includes Bewley and other Wellingtons; Essequebo & Demarary; New Zealand (8); St Helena; St Lucia, Peter Coaling Co (Pr 10); South Africa (2); 1799 Halfpenny, worn, with heart-shaped piercing, host coin too late for Dominica; “Gustavas Adolphus” Halfpenny; others (4), including USA (2) and Muscat. Fine to very fine, worth viewing. (lot) £150-200 372 British Colonial Silver Coins (11), Cyprus, 18-, 9-, 4½-, 3-Piastres, 1901 (KM 7, 6, 5, 4); Honduras, 50Cents (3), 1894, 1906, 1919 (KM 10, 13, 18), 25-Cents (2), 1907, 1919 (KM 12, 17); British West Africa, 2Shillings, Shilling, 1913 (KM 13, 12). Fair to very fine. (11) £100-150

378 An interesting group of European coins (approx 240), mainly German, including some scarce issues. Assorted conditions, viewing recommended. (lot) £200-250 379 An assortment of coins (approx 660), including British colonial, South Africa, Russia, South America, Oriental and European coins, mostly 20th century but a few earlier issues. Mixed grades. (lot) £150-200 380 An assortment of coins (approx 340), mainly in copper and base metal, including British, British colonial, Dutch colonial, Scandinavian, Russian and some early European issues. Conditions vary from fair to uncirculated, viewing recommended. (lot) £200-250 381 World Coins (approx 215), 17th to 19th Centuries in silver and base metals. Many fine, some better, a few pierced. (lot) £100-120

COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS
BRITISH

373 Ceylon, Mill Tokens (5), Carey Strachan & Co, Ceylon Company, pierced and stamped ‘29’; George Steuart & Co, J M Robertson, Lee Hedges & Co (2); others (6), fine to very fine. (11) £80-120 374 Commonwealth Crowns (3), Jamaica, Malawi, Zambia, 1965-1966; Investiture of the Prince of Wales, set of four coin-like Silver Medals, by John Pinches (808 of issue of 2000); Société Jersiase, Centenary, Bronze Medal, 1973, all cased. All much as issued. (8) £50-80 375 France, �������������������������������������� Kingdom of France, Henri IV, Douzain, date illegible; Duchy of Brabant, Esterlin (Sterling), 13th century; Elizabeth ������������������������������������� I, cast counterfeit milled Sixpence, dated 1562. All toned, first fine, the second an attractive very fine, the last fine. (3) £30-50 376 Germany, Prussia, Friedrich Wilhelm III, Silver Thaler, 1814A (KM 387), fine; Friedrich Wilhelm IV, Silver Thaler, 1861A (KM 488), extremely fine; Wilhelm II, Silver 2-Mark, 1901A (KM 525), good extremely fine; Silver 3-Mark, 1913A (KM 534), good very fine; Guatemala, Silver Peso, 1869 (KM 1901), fine; Hungary, Franz Joseph I, Silver 5-Korona, 1900KB (KM 488), very fine; Turkey, Silver 20-Kurush, AH1327/9 (1917) (KM 780), very fine; Austria, Maria Theresa, Restrike Silver Thaler (2), 1780SF (KM T1), fine and about uncirculated; Belgium, Leopold II, Silver 5-Francs, 1870 (KM 24), fine. (10) £100-150 377 Europe, an assortment of hammered coinage (21), others (4). Fair to fine, a few better, should be viewed. (25) £70-90

382 Admiral Vernon, Capture of Porto Bello, 1739, Pinchbeck Medals (3), Vernon, Ogle and Wentworth, 38mm (Adams PBvow 1-A), very fine but stained; Vernon and Blass, pierced; Vernon alone; George II, Coronation, 1727, T Tibbs, Imitative Medal, 24.5mm (cf MI 479/5), very fine; others (3), Slavery, Macaulay and Babington Token for Sierra Leone, c.1814; Gibraltar, 1783; Pitt & Thurlow, except as stated, fine. (7) £120-150 383 John, Duke of Montagu (1690-1749), Copper Medal, 1751, by J A Dassier, armoured bust left, rev the good Samaritan, 54mm (MI 663/369); Death of Archdeacon Ralph Brideoake (1665-1743), Copper Medal, 1743 by J A Dassier, bust right, rev St Mary’s church, Southampton, 54.5mm (MI 573/209), fair to fine; Bronze Plaque, a cherub, very fine. (3) £40-60 384 William Windham (1716-1761), Copper Portrait Medal, 1742, by J A Dassier, bust right, rev Latin legend in four lines within ornamental cartouche, 41mm (MI 570/205), about very fine; Frederick the Great, Battles of Lisa and Rosbach, 1757, Pinchbeck Medal, 37mm, very fine; France, Compagnies d’Assurances L’Abeille, Bronze Centenary Medal, 1956, by R Delamarre, 68mm, extremely fine; sundry others (14), varied state. (16) £80-120

388 Thomas Erskine and Vicary Gibbs, with T Hardy, J Horne Tooke and J Thelwell, Aquited of High Treason, White Metal Medal, 1794, unsigned, double busts left, legend of jurors’ names, rev triple conjoined busts right, 37mm (BHM 377); William, Duke of Cumberland, Theatre Ticket, bust right, rev PIT, 33mm. Both nearly very fine. (2) £60-80 389 Marquis [later Duke] of Wellington, “The Liberator of Spain and Portugal”, Copper Medal [1812], unsigned, head left, rev legend in wreath, 36mm (BHM 741); George, Prince Regent, Opening of Waterloo Bridge, Silver Medal, 1817, by T Wyon, Jr, 26.5mm (BHM 961); George III, Jeton; Princess Charlotte, Silver Medalet, “Born ... 1796”, struck as part of a set of four, on her death, 1817 (BHM 409). Last two very fine, the others better. (4) £70-90 390 Wellington, “VOTA PVBLICA”, Copper Medal, 53.5mm; Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, Colonial and Indian Exhibition, 1886, Copper Medal, 1856; France, J D Larrey, Memorial Medal, 1847, by Petit, the portrait after David d’Angers, 52mm; Switzerland, Rousseau, Centenary Medal, Bronze, 1912, 55mm; Sweden and Norway, Queen Louisa, Tribute Medal, White Metal, 1871, by Lea Ahlborn, 44mm. Very fine and better. (5) £140-180

385 George III, The Church and King Club, Manchester, Silver Member’s Medals (2), 1790, by L Pingo, the King enrobed stands by altar, rev legend in sixteen lines, 46mm, contained within (a once glazed) silver rim with suspender (BHM 344). The actual medals nearly extremely fine but toned. (2) £100-150
The membership of the Church and King Club ������������� were keen to keep Nonconformists out of local government at a time of unrest caused by both food shortages and politics. The Church and King Club worked up a riot against the radicals in St Anne’s Square and attacked the Cross Street Chapel and Unitarian Chapel in June 1792. There was an attack against the Manchester Herald (voice of the Manchester Constitution Club) in December of the same year at which the constables stood aside.

386 The Hon Thomas Erskine and Vicary Gibbs, Copper Medal, 1794, by John Milton, conjoined busts right, rev Justice with British Lion at her side, supports the swooning figure of Liberty, 44mm (BHM 376; Stainton, BNJ 1983, 11). Extremely fine or virtually so, minor edge nicks. £70-90
The Honourable Thomas Erskine and Vicary Gibbs, Attorneys General, the defenders of Horne Tooke, Thelwall and Hardy who were all members of the “Society of Friends of the People for Parliamentary Reform” and were acquitted of high treason in 1794. Thomas Hardy was also the founder of the “London Corresponding Society”. For political tokens including those relating to the trial and its ramifications, see lots 236-240.

387 Thomas Erskine and Vicary Gibbs, with T Hardy, J Horne Tooke and J Thelwell, Aquited of High Treason, White Metal Medal, 1794, unsigned, double busts left, legend of jurors’ names, rev triple conjoined busts right, 37mm (BHM 377). Very fine. £40-60

391 The English Cathedrals, Copper Medals (5), by J Weiner for Elkington, issued 1849-1856, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Lincoln Cathedral, Winchester Cathedral and York Minster, each with exterior and interior views, 59mm (BHM 2363, 2558, 2591-2593). Very fine and better. (5) £200-250

WORLD MEDALS
BELGIUM

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394 The Aquarium and Reptile House of the Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp, opened 1911, Silver Medal, by Floris de Cuyper (1875-1965), maiden leans over fish-tank, the building behind her, rev legend, 64mm. Very fine. £70-90
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CROATIA

392 The Caird Medal of the National Maritime Museum, uniface Bronze Medal, by F J Kormiss, unnamed, bust of Caird left, 141mm. About extremely fine. £50-80
The medal was commissioned in 1984 to mark the 50th Anniversary of the museum and has been awarded annually since to an individual who has done work to the benefit of the museum. Recipients include Sir David Attenborough. The present unnamed example may be one of the artist’s trials.

SCOTLAND

393 The Beggars’ Benison Club, Anstruther, Scotland, oval Silver-gilt Member’s Badge, Adam and Eve naked, lion at their feet, he reaching for the apple, BE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, rev Adonis, with spear and dog, stands over a recumbant Venus, LOSE NO OPPORTUNITY, 38mm x 29mm, lacks full suspension loop (MI II, 526/87; D&W 57). The gilding quite rubbed, nearly very fine. £120-150
“The Most Ancient and Most Puissant Order of the Beggar’s Benison and Merryland”, better known as The Beggar’s Benison, was a gentlemen’s club founded in 1732 and devoted to “the convivial celebration of male sexuality”. Its benison or motto, “May prick and purse never fail you”, goes a long way to establish the calibre of the club.

395 Livio I Odescalchi, Duke of Bracciano, Sirmio and Ceri (1652-1713), Copper Medal, 1699, by Ferdinand de Saint Urbain, bust right with long, flowing hair, rev palace and formal gardens at Lake Bracciano, TVETVR ET ARCET, 60mm (Mirnik 12; Molinari 114; Clifford 264; HCz 4802; Mus Mazz II, 233, pl 155). Extremely fine. £500-700
Livio Odescalchi, a nephew of Pope Innocent XI, acquired the town of Ilok in the late 17th Century and the palace he built there is still home to the Odescalchi Collection. Clifford (Spink, 21 May 1996), wrote of the specimen in his collection, “Undoubtedly the grandest medal commissioned by Odescalchi”.

396 Livio I Odescalchi, Duke of Bracciano, Sirmio and Ceri (1652-1713), Silvered-bronze Medal, by Antonio de Gennaro, bust right with flowing hair, rev winged cherub with trumpet and cornucopiae, from which falls a princely crown and papal tiara, 35mm (Mirnik 7; HCz 9808; Clifford 261). Extremely fine though stained on the obverse and small scratch marks below cornucopiae on the reverse. £250-300 EGYPT

399 Louis XV (1715-1774), French Mediation Between Russia and Turkey, 8 July 1724, Bronze Medal, by Du Vivier and Norbert Roettier, seventh bust right, rev personification of France seated on pile of arms, 40mm (Divo 58). Very fine. £50-80

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397 Egypt, Dr Brossard, Surgeon at the French Hospital, Cairo, small uniface Commemorative Plaquette, 1909, by S E Vernier, bust left within roundel, DR BROSSARD BEY, 89mm x 69mm (recorded in differering sizes and varieties of legend - cf Brett 165; Storer 491; BDM VI, 232). Very fine. £180-220 FRANCE

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400 Sebastien Priest, Marquis de Vauban (1633-1707), Maréchal de France, engineer, architect and military planner, large uniface Bronze Plaquette, 1870, by Léon Breuil (1825-1901), bewigged bust left, name around, 190mm. Handsome style, somewhat stained, very fine. £80-120 401 Napoleon, the Peace of Luneville, Copper Medal, 1801, by J P Droz, uniformed bust left, rev radiant sun shines on part globe, wreath over France and storm and fires over England, 55mm (Br 106; Julius 902). Reverse extremely fine, the obverse nearly so. £80-120

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398 Maria Magdalena of Austria, uniface cast Bronze Medal, 1613, by Guillaume Dupré, bust left wearing high open ruff collar and jewelled collar and with elaborately worked hair, MAR MAGDALENÆ ARCH AVSTR MAG, beaded border, 95mm (BMC [Jones] 44); Kress 562; Molinari 247, obverse only). An early aftercast, perhaps contemporary, very fine, pieced top and bottom outside of border. £150-200

402 Charles X (1757-1836, King 1824-1830), Accession 1824, Gilt-metal Cliché, by Vevier, bare head left, 44mm, in glazed mount. Extremely fine, or nearly so. £80-120

403 Church of St Pierre de Montrouge, Paris, Bronze Medal, 1870, by C Degeorge, cherubs hold plans, rev church interior, 75.5mm. Very fine. £80-100

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404 Eve, Bronze Plaquette in the ‘art nouveau’ style, by F Vernon, standing figure of Eve, rev serpent entwinned around apple tree, 80mm x 30mm. Very fine. £100-120 405 Henri Giffard, The Captive Balloon at the World’s Fair, Paris, Gilt-metal Medal, 1878, by C Trottin, the balloon ascends from the Tuileries, 50.5mm, named to Me E Dège, loop, ribbon and dumbell suspender (Malpas 99). Extremely fine. £50-70 GERMANY

406 Godfried de Luzinem, cast Bell Metal or Bronze Medal, early 16th Century, by Peter Vischers, bust right wearing helmet, rev wolf’s head to right, 33mm (Habich 5; Michael Hall collection, Baldwin’s Auction 68, lot 2467). A poor and uneven cast, fine. £40-60

INDIA

407 Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), Statesman, 80th Birthday, Bronze Tribute Medals (2), revs legend and the Valhalla, 41mm; Death 1898, Bronze Medals (2), revs differing legends, 35mm. Virtually mint state. (4) £70-90 408 World War I, The Three Counts of Spee, Iron Medal 1914, by Ball in Berlin, facings busts of Maximilian, Otto and Heinrich Graf von Spee, rev three birds over a sea-scape, 110mm; Iron Lifesaving Medal, 71mm. Both extremely fine, first with very minor discolouration to reverse. (2) £120-150 409 Karl Theodor Helfferich (1872-1924), politician and economist, Secretary for the Treasury, large cast Bell Metal Medal, 1915, by Leibküchler, 101.5mm. Extremely fine. £100-150
Karl Helfferich was also director of the Anatolian Railway in Istambul.

411 Major General Claude Martin (1735-1800), the Martiniere School, Lyon, Silver Prize Medal, undated and unissued, by Dantell, head of Martin right, rev legend and wreath, 50mm (Pudd 836.3.2). Extremely fine. £80-120
A number of Martiniere Schools were established throughout India, hence the placement of the medal.

412 Edward, Prince of Wales [later Edward VIII], Visit to Bombay, 1921, oval Bronze Medal, by Cecil W Thomas, signed CT in monogram, bare head right, rev legend, 58.5mm x 31mm, integral plumes suspender (Pudd 921.3). Good very fine. £40-60

ITALY 413 Giovanni II Bentivoglio (1443-1509), Lord of Bologna (1462-1506), cast Bronze Medal, by Sperandio da Mantova (c.1425-1504), armoured bust right wearing tall cap, IO BENT II HANIB FILIVS ..., rev Giovanni in armour, rides to left, a mounted knight behind, OPVS SPERANDEI, 90.5mm (Hill, Corpus 391; Kress 128; Arm I, 65, 6). An old aftercast of slightly reduced diameter, very fine. £250-350

410 Rhineland, “Black Shame”, Silver Medallic ‘Humiliation’ Thaler [1923], by Wittig-Friesen, coloured soldier siezes naked female, rev broken sword, 38mm; Occupation of the Saar [1930], Bronze Medal, 36mm; Hindenburg, Silver Medallic 3-Marks, by K Goetz, 36mm. Extremely fine or nearly so. (3) £70-90

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Papal Medals

414 Loreto, Silver Pilgrim’s Medal, 17 / 18 Century, scene of the Nativity, rev Madonna and Child atop the Sanctuario della Santa Casa, S MARIA LAVRETANA ORA PN, 35.5mm, integral suspension loop. Extremely fine. £40-60
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416 Alexander VIII, Pietro Vito Ottoboni (1610-16891691), the Canonization of Lorenzo Giustiniani, Silver Medal, undated, by Giovanni Hamerani, bust right wearing tiara and cope, rev Lorenzo Giustiniani, enthroned and nimbate, LAVRENTIO IVST IN SS ALBVM RELATO, 36mm (Voltolina 1091; Miselli 260/271; Börner 1259; Lincoln 1487). Choice, virtually as struck, rare. £700-900
Lorenzo Giustiniani (1381-1456) was Bishop and first Patriarch of Venice.

NETHERLANDS AND LOW COUNTRIES

415 Cupramontana, impression of the town’s Seal, townscape with sea and erupting volcano beyond, seal 45mm, struck on a rectangular flan (corners cut), 62mm x 57mm. Very fine. £40-60

417 The Capture of Dordrecht, Zutphen, Deventer and Nijmegen by Prince Maurice, Silver Jeton, 1591, Belgic lion left, “Jehovah” above, rev legend and date in eight lines, 30mm (Dugn 3282; van Loon, I, 414, 1 var). Minor flan flaws, sharp and good very fine. £250-300

418 Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand (1609/1610-1641), called Don Fernando of Austria, Governor of the Spanish Netherlands, cast Bronze Medal, bust right, rev radiant sun shines on a rough sea and pastoral landscape, IN COMMVNE BONVS, 39mm. Very fine. £80-120

421 Maximilian II Emanuel, Prince Elector of Bavaria, last Governor of the Spanish Netherlands, Bronze Medal, by Jérome Roussel, 1697, armoured bust left, rev Hercules surrounded by river-gods offering him crowns, 75mm (BDM V p.256). A few minor marks, good very fine. £150-200
Struck in the year of the Treaty of Ryswick which settled the nine years war.

SPAIN 422 Philip II (1527-1556-1598), cast Bronze Medal, 1580, bust three-quarters right, wearing tall hat, rev horse atop a globe, NON SVFFI CITORBIS, 54.5mm, a later cast with bad stain on obverse, otherwise very fine; another, Religious interest, cast Bronze, 1660, 53.5mm, integral suspension loop, fine. (2) £70-90 SOUTH AFRICA 423 The Anglo Boer War, “The Lioness”, Bronze French Medal, 1900, by Beyenbach, lion hunting doves left, La Guerre Des Boers 1900, “L’assassin dit vous êtes à moi car moi je suis grand et vous êtes petits”, rev shield and banner, 39mm, integral suspension loop and original ribbon (Hern 324). Very fine. £150-200
Hern explains that the medal was struck in Weisbaden to mark Kruger’s arrival in France.

419 Dordrecht, Silver Jeton, 1613, The Fifth Year of the 12-Year Cycle, bound sheaf of arrows, rev legend and date in four lines (Dugn 3690; vL II, 83.2). Some flatness through double-striking, good very fine. £250-300 420 Armorial Medallic Pendant, a Silver Cliché, the crowned arms of the United Provinces with lion supporters, CONCORDIA RES PARVAE CRESCVNT [Unity Makes Little Business Big], roped border, 65mm, suspension loop. Very fine, rare. £30-50
The style is a little crude, suggesting that the piece might have been made in the Dutch East Indies. It would seem to be late 18th or early 19th century in date.

MEDALS BY SUBJECT

424 Boer War, Baden Powell, “The Hero of Mafeking” 1899-1900, uniface oval Pewter ‘Souvenir’ Medal, uniformed and facing bust, 54mm x 38mm. Very fine and rare. £100-150

427 Agriculture, Germany, Silver Medal, by Loos, standing figure of Ceres, classical agricultural images around, rev within floral wreath, FÜR LANDWIRT-SCHAFTLICHE LEISTUNGEN, 41.5mm. Extremely fine, toned. £40-60

TURKEY AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

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425 The House of Habsburg, Charles V (1500-15191558), The Capture of Tunis, Dutch Copper Jeton, 1535, laureate bust of the Emperor right with sceptre and sword, rev Imperial Eagle over entrance to the port of Tunis, 28mm (Dugn 1303). Very fine and rare. £300-400
The Turkish Admiral Barbarossa had established a strong naval base in Tunis. To defeat him, Charles V, at the cost of some 1,000,000 Ducats, assembled a huge army of 30,000 soldiers, 74 galleys (rowed by captive Protestants), and 300 sailing ships.

428 Art, Germany, Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), 500th Anniversary of Birth, Bronze Medal, by Klinkel, maiden stands between flowers, rev DER
ALLEREDELST SINN DER MENSCHEN IST DAS GESICHT, 74mm. Dark patination, very fine. £40-60

429 Astronomy and Mathematics, Austria, Theodore Egon Ritter von Oppolzer (1841-1886), Death 1886, Bronze Medal, by A Scharff, bust three-quarters left, rev legend in nineteen lines, 66mm (Hauser 7703; Würz 6964). Extremely fine. £120-150 426 Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, Friedrich Josiah (1737-1815), Victory at the Battle of Foksan, 1789, White Metal Medal, by Johann Christian Reich, bust left, wearing uniform with Star of Order, rev battle scene with charging cavalry, ES LEBE IOSEPH II, 46mm, usual copper plug (Mont 2179; Julius 2819; Mers 3692; Würz 1423; BDM V, 71). Very fine. £150-200
von Oppolzer first studied medicine and in 1865 he got his degree as a doctor. In 1866 he became Lecturer in Astronomy at the University of Vienna and in 1870 he was promoted to Associate Professor. 1873, He became Professor of Geodesy and Astronomy at Vienna in 1875 an in 1886 he became the president of the International Geodetic Association. In 1887 his “Canon der Finsternisse” was published posthumously, listing the time and path of every eclipse of the Sun and that of the Moon between the years of 1207 BC to 2163 AD.

433 Buffaloes, Royal Antedeluvian Order of Buffaloes, Prince of Wales Lodge, Silver, gilt and enamelled presentation Cross, 1893, three bars denoting Lodge, cross reverse with engraved inscription to C J Warne “for is Zeal” and the Lodge’s “regards of him as a man”, 60mm, in case of issue, nearly extremely fine; other commemorative medals (5), one Duke of Cambridge, White Metal, cased; Great War, Victory Medals (2), both ASC, fine to very fine. (8) £80-120

430 Automobile / Rubber Industry, Continental Gummi-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, Silver Medal, for 25 years service, awarded 1931, 33mm, suspension ring. Extremely fine. £80-120
The Continental-Caoutchouc und Gutta-Percha Compagnie was established in Hanover in 1871 and in the 1880s was the first German producer of pneumatic tyres, adding a patterned tread in 1904. In 1928 Continental took effective control of several other companies and in April 1929 it became known as Continental Gummi-Werke Aktiengesellschaft. The company still trades today.

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431 Aviation, Belgium, Royal Aero-Club, “L’Effort”, Silver Medal, by Josue Dupon, for the FAI conference, Brussels, 1928, naked youth levers boulder, rev legend within inverted cornucopiae, 76mm. Matt surface, nearly extremely fine. £120-150

434 Education, Cinque Ports, Lord Warden’s Prize Medal in Silver, 1893, issued by the Marquess of Dufferin and Ava, arms of the Marquess, rev coronet over display of Orders and flags, engraved legend around, LORD WARDEN OF THE CINQUE PORTS, 51mm. About very fine, edge knocks and bruises, scarce. £70-90
The medal (without engraved reverse legend), is listed by Puddester [884.1.2] as “Dufferin’s Viceroy Presentation Medal – India – Type I”.

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432 Banking, France, Banque de France, Silver Medal, by J P Droz, Mercury stands with classically robed seated figure and man with greyhound, rev legend, wreath and HB monogram, 68mm, probably an issue of the 1930s. Very fine. £60-80

435 Education, London Orphan Asylum, Watford, Instituted 1813, Silver Medal, by Hunt & Roskell, awarded 1878, for Proficiency and Good Conduct, boy and girl classically draped, 38mm, in case of issue. Mint state. £120-150

436 Education, Dorothea Beale (1831-1906), Cheltenham Ladies College, 50th Anniversary, oval Medals (2), Silver and Bronze, 1904, by Lilian Vereker Hamilton, 30mm x 26mm (BHM -, cf 3905); Zetland Dux Medal, Grangemouth High School, awarded 1919 (Margaret W Robertson), ornate suspender and raised rim, 49mm, in case of issue; Other Medals (6), Educational (2), Masonic, Temperance, Romford Dog Show, Silver, 45mm and Exposition Canine, Paris 1928, 45mm. Mostly extremely fine. (9) £80-100

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437 Industry, Belgium / Great Britain, John Cockerill (1790-1840), centenary of the iron and steelworks at Seraing, Bronze Plaquette, 1927, by Lemaire, bust of Cockerill left, rev scene at the furnaces within the ironworks, 82mm x 52mm. Very fine. £40-60

438 Maritime, L’Italia, Steamship Service to Tripoli, Silvered-metal Badge, 1911, figure holds wreath over harbour view, rev within tablet, L’ITALIA A TRIPOLI 5 OCTOBRE 1911, integral suspension loop, 29mm x 24mm. Extremely fine. £180-220

440 Music, The Society of Saint Gregory, Silver Prize Medal, by J S & A B Wyon, awarded 1954 to Michael V Lambert, bust of St Gregory right, rev legend in nine lines, 76mm, in case of issue. Virtually as struck, good extremely fine. £120-150
The Society of Saint Gregory is the national society for liturgy and music in the Roman Catholic Church in the British Isles.

439 Medicine, France, Abbé Charles-Michel de l’Épée (1712-1789), inventor of a sign language for deaf mutes, Copper Medal, 1805, by du Vivier, issued to commemorate the visit of Pope Pius VII to the Institute, bust left, rev legend in ten lines, 41mm (Brettauer 4802; Julius 1366). Die flaw though MICHEL, extremely fine. £120-150

441 Politics, William Pitt (1759-1806), the Blackburn Pitt Club, 1814, Silver Medal, by T Halliday, bare head to left, NON SIBI SED PATRIAE VIXIT below, rev legend within and around wreath, 41mm (BHM -). Very fine, light tone, rare. £80-120

442 Politics, William Pitt (1759-1806), the Wolverhampton Pitt Club, Silver Medal, 1813, by P Wyon, bust left, rev Pitt in classical toga, seated on rock holding rudder, ship beyond, 50mm (BHM 772). Choice extremely fine. £80-120

444 Politics, William Pitt (1759-1806), the Liverpool Pitt Club, 1814, glazed Gilt-silver Medal, by T Wyon Jr, bare head to left, rev Britannia, Discord at her feet, protects Commerce and Europa, Peace and Victory fly above, 55mm (BHM 836), contained within giltsilver rim with watch-type suspender (lacks reverse glass). Obverse choice but reverse only about extremely fine. £70-90

443 Politics, William Pitt (1759-1806), the Leicester Pitt Club, 1814, Silver Medal, by T Webb, bare head to left, NON SIBI SED PATRIAE VIXIT, rev legend around wreath, 48mm (BHM 835). Suspender broken away, good very fine, light tone. £70-90

445 Sport, Olympic Games, Berlin, 1936, Silver Medal, by K Roth, for the Bavarian Hauptmünzamt, standing robed female holding spray and wreath, rev Prussian eagle on bell, 36mm. Matt surface, very fine. £50-70

446 Sport, Shooting, Switzerland or Germany, Pair of Engraved shaped Silver Shields, 1899, 1900, named to H Wenebhorn and C Rethfeldt, 75mm x 58mm, 69mm x 55mm. Very fine. (2) £100-150 MISCELLANEOUS 447 Bronze Medals (6), 19th and early 20th century, subjects include Beethoven (2), Eduard Heinl, George Washington, San Francisco International Exhibition and an unknown sitter, possibly American. Mixed grades. (6) £80-120 448 Cast Copper Medals (3), 18th Century, Margherita de’ Medici, by Antonio Selvi (V&T 334); Gio������ vanni Niccoló Barinti, by Giovan Francesco Pieri (V&T 119); an unknown sitter, half figure three-quarters facing bust in armour, ZELISL EXOPP PART GEN ROM TOTPOL MIL DVX incised, rev two crescents and star above hand. Generally very fine, first two later casts. (3) £150-200

449 Medals, Tokens and Jetons (20), including after-casts of 16th Century Medals. Mixed grades. (20) £100-150

COIN CABINET
450 Small Victorian coin collector’s box containing ten drop-in trays with piercings of different sizes for coins from Edward VI – Victoria, additional plain tray, lock (lacks key), 205mm x 150mm x 95mm. An attractive box, all in good order. £60-80 END OF SALE

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