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Second Day Third Day

Monday, 11th May
Tuesday, 12th May Wednesday, 13th May Thursday, 14th May Friday, 15th May Saturday, 16th May

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Fourth Day Fifth Day Sixth Day

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304 435 568
702 857

ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.— PRICE FOUR SHILLINGS.

THE

MONTAGU COLLECTION OF COINS.
CATALOGUE
OP THE

%N$a-£%m $

(BSngliajj

Series.

(SECOND PORTION).

WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION,
BY MESSES.

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE,
Jbtrtiottsers of

f tearg IPropertg & Wiavks
No.
13,

illnstratiire

of tire

JFittt Jtris,

AT THEIR HOUSE,

WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND,

W.C.

On MONDAY,

11th day of

MAY,

1896, and Five following Days,

AT ONE O'CLOCK PEECISELY.

MAY BE VIEWED TWO DAYS
DRYDEN PKESS
:

PRIOR.

CATALOGUES MAY BE HAD.
LONG ACRE, LONDON.

J.

DAVY AND

SONS, I37,

CONDITIONS OF SALE.

I.

The highest bidder
arise

to be the buyer ; and if any dispute between bidders, the lot so disputed shall be immediately put up again, provided the auctioneer cannot decide

the said dispute.
II.
less than Is. ; above five pounds, on in proportion. In the case of lots upon which there is a reserve, the auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the seller.

No

person to advance

2s. 6d.,

and

so

III.

IV. The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound, if required, in part payment of the purchase- money in default of which the lot or lots purchased to be immediately put up again and
;

re-sold.

V. The

sale of any lot is not to be set aside on account of any error in the enumeration of the numbers stated , or errors

of description.

VI. The

lots to

be taken

away

diately after the conclusion of the sale

Messrs. SOTHEBY, not hold themselves responsible if lost, stolen, damaged, or otherwise destroyed, but they will be left at the sole risk of the purchaser, If at the expiration of Two Days after the conclusion of the sale, the lots are not cleared or paid for, they will then be catalogued for immediate sale, and the expense, the same as if re-sold, will be added to the amount at which they were bought. Messrs. SOTHEBY, will have the option of rethe lots uncleared, either by public or private sale, selling without any notice being given to the defaulter.

WILKINSON & HODGE

at the buyer's expense, immein default of which ; will

WILKINSON & HODGE

VII.

Upon

money required and deposited

failure of complying with the above conditions, the in part of payment shall be

forfeited, and if any loss is sustained in the reselling of such lots as are not cleared or paid for, all charges on such re-sale shall be made good by the defaulters at this sale.

Gentlemen who cannot attend

this sale,

may

have their Com-

missions faithfully executed by their humble Servants,

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE,
13, Wellington Street, Strand, London.

PREFATORY NOTE.
Catalogue contains a description of the Second Portion of the THIS English Coins comprised in the remarkable Collection formed by
the late Mr.

Hyman

Montagu.

The

series

extends from the reign

of iEthelraed II to that of

Edward VI

inclusive.

It will be within the recollection of those,

who

are interested in

the dispersion of this Collection, that in the first sale (British and Anglo-Saxon Series) a portion only of the coins of iEthelraed II,

Cnut and Edward the Confessor were included on account of the The numerous examples of those reigns contained in the Collection. remainder is now offered for sale, and we venture to state that this
portion will be found to include as

many

rarities as the previous

one

;

and that the division between the two
possible.

sales

was made as equal as

The system

of cataloguing

the coins

has been carried out uni-

Each piece is as fully described formly with that of the first sale. as it is possible within the limits of a sale catalogue, particular note

made of any special feature on each coin. By this means it is hoped to make the catalogue a faithful record of the Collection, and
being
serviceable in the future as well to the student as to the collector.

The pedigrees of the coins have been taken from Mr. Montagu's notes, and these, as far as possible, have been checked every care has
;

been exercised to avoid mistakes, but in the case of so
it is

many

references

almost impossible to keep entirely clear of small errors. The excellence of the collection is so well maintained throughout
in
;

that no one reign can be said to be better represented than another.

Each one abounds not only in rarities but also and unique specimens in silver as well as in gold
condition of the coins
plates
to
is

many unpublished

and throughout the quite exceptional, as will be seen from the

appended

to the catalogue.

We

shall therefore confine ourselves

drawing attention to a few pieces in gold only which are of the

M5L>4G46

(

iv

)

highest interest Penny of Henry III (lot 386) Noble, 2nd coinage of Edward III (lot 408) Half Noble, 3rd coinage of Edward III (lot 422) Noble of Henry (lot 497) Angel of Kichard III (lot 636) Half
;

;

;

V

;

;

George Noble of Henry VIII
of

(lot

719)

;

Pattern Double Sovereign

Henry VIII

(lot

742)

;

Pattern Angel of

Henry VIII

(lot

743)

;

Double Sovereign of (lot 804). We need only add that the present occasion
rare opportunity
of

Edward VI

offers to collectors

a

adding to

their treasures

:

such an opportunity
Collection

as will probably never occur again.

The next
it

sale of the English portion of the

Montagu
It is

will take place at this house in

November

next.

proposed that

shall include the coins

from Mary to Anne.

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE.

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leofrilmo. strnfo. brttimnil mo. well preserved. . (Canterbury) . sceptre rev. type A. var. 22. BOift mo. Bust to right diademed . ON p^erinlpiLS. on pinlestre. brvninl mo. (Wilton) . all fine Marsham 5 and scarce 7 Penny. var. Four small cross Small crosses arranged around central one. Pennies. 2 . . well preserved. very fine and a very rare type (Hild. leofril mo. ODE 6 Pennies. c). (Hild. VJ. moneyer. 8).4 Pennies. (Chichester). (Stamford) . pvlfnod on DORE. stan. MO. mostly very fine. limr. (Hild. both fine and very rare another (Hild. var. linlo. LODELEOF 2 moo. diademed . (Huntingdon). . (Lymne). type A. (Lincoln). 1 . LiPEs. moneyer. same type ^edered mo. PVLFLftR MO. 5). all very fine. sLROB. a scarce type 5 Pennies. diademed and two before. Hand of Providence between A U) moneyers. mints . . moneyers. L^ENTPftRE. type B. moneyers. (Linpvlfril mo. MSNNS mo. collection. leofvelm mo. EJTDSIL. wlfstsn mo. moneyers. nordpic. osLVTEL mo. . (Dorchester). Bust to Providence between right. mo. a. a scarce type 5 slightly 10 Pennies. (Sidbury). var. (Winchester). ^lfrie mo. spyrtinl mo. (Ipswich) . pinto. totkn. Hand 11 of Providence between ft. moneyer. H3MTV before bust coln). same type. Bust to left. in dio. stsn. both extremely rare types 8 Pennies. extremely fine LEVIL NO. LODIPNE ON porimk (Warmington) . hvntttn. (Winchester). (Stamford) edpine ON deodfo. Bust to left. (Chichester). excessively rare mints 3 6 Pennies. leofstan on cent. pellet in field on rev. rev. IU. Bust to right. (Warwick) . 22. same type. (Norwich). 22. moneyers. (Norwich) . KMTVN. very fine another {Hild. 13). same type. (Thetford). pellets moneyers. . lydSNF.MO. diademed. lvnd. LIOLNOD ON SIDESTEB. hespvlf mo. Bud. 22. . lindol. . . rare. lis an. rofel. chipped . type b. Trip. (Southampton) 9 . sidepine MO. mostly fine 5 PILTV. well preserved. Bud. var. (Rochester). a 12 Pennies. diademed . . Hand of Bud. three pellets before bust. var. (Rochester). lytelman mo. first and last rare mints 3 lis. BOift MO. pvlfnod . unpublished moneyer . stsnfo. 9). Brice collection . rare . same type. t/ENTPX (Canterbury) . very fine. (Winchester). (Lydford). (Ipswich). rare. same type but varied. . moneyers. a). annulet in field on rev. ft.nordpi. . type B. PVNsTftN mo. 1. leofriL o. (Stamford). (Norwich) rare type BYRHMftER 4 . sidepine on rofe. (Thetford) hvse . (Canterbury). 3 . var. pierced . rev. rev. (London) . pint. (Stamford). var. rev. three ends of tie before bust (Bud. nord. (Totness) . LODiEL moo. a rare type. spyreline mo. (Shrewsbury). (Southampton). psltferd mo. cross moneyers.

but bust not diademed. var. mo. p^eri. LYDA. dvreetel MO. (Oxford) .) same as lot 14. bryhtrie ford) . byrhtpold mo. EKXE.) rofel. 15). (Rochester) C var. (Lincoln) EODPINE mo. LVFft MO. chester) .elfrie mo. a rare mint of cross (Southampton) . . leofzile mo. mo. as in last lot . (Wilton) . two pellets in angles of cross on rev. Dover. chester). svdbyr. pin. 22. (Canterbury). type c var. . and an Irish (?) imitation of this type. (Chester) ERRFIN MO. LRVX BYRHsitE mo. edpi mo. var. BVRHslEE mo. (Sudbury) ^ELsTftN MO. the last of coarse work. (Rochester) . MO. TOES MO. H7CMPI. eadmvnd mo. eofr. svdee. (Bardney). lefstsn. moneyers. byrhsile mo. hetcpvlf mo. 4). rare. per. (Lydf ord) . ^elfpine mo. Bud. (Canterbury) esdlvndo. type c. pvflstrn mo. 3 all extremely rare B 2 . a. (York) Lipes. mostly fine 7 15 Pennies. (London) EODA: mo. (Dublin) . sceptre moneyer. another (Hild. type similar type. (Winchester) well preserved.elfsiee MO. hrof. svd. 22. rev. L^ent. pinto. (Maldon). fine 7 18 Pennies. Bust to right. rare. type G var. (Hereford). . pint. (Wallingosm^er mo. fine 8 19 Pennies (Hild. (Lewes) ^elfstttn mo. (Exeter). sceptre rev. (Norwich). moneyers. (Dover) . type B. moneyers. (Eild. EODRIE MO. 16 Pennies. elfsts:n mo. ^edelm^er MO. . rare. Benediction mvnd mo. here. Poivnall collection . moneyer. sidpine mo. 14 Pennies. moneyer. (Winchester) . a). (Ipswich) . byrhtaf mo. b. . lvn. . ERANT. Bud. (Hertford). c). (Harwich). before. before. a very rare type 4 . spetinL MO. . PILT. (Southwark). same type. bsrd. nod. mostly fine. heor. j Shepherd collection . (Shaftesbury) . (London). (Totness). . (Winchester) . but with bust to right diademed . sEEFT. . m^eldv.) same as before but bust to left diademed and no sceptre before (Winchester). fine 7 same type. 3 Pennies (Hild. same type. edsiee mo. (Wareham). another (Hild. same type. mostly fine EODMftN (Cambridge) . pint. diademed . LEE. (Dover) .13 Pennies. ON ft. rare . PVLFEftR mo. 3 . j . leopine MO. Hand of Providence giving Latin sceptre ending in cross . hsm. pellets in each angle 6 on rev. (London). DOFR. LEOFslTCN MO. leofear mo.elfpine mo.. (Winchester). prlin. LiEPE. var. as in last lot. another (Hild. lineo. ^elfsiLE mo. var. . b. (Bath) . pint. moneyers. ^edelric mo. (Hild. (Rochester). fine and extremely rare 20 it. (ColFftZTOL DIFLIME. type c moneyers.elfric mo. TOTS. . pint. Poivnall collection . obttn mo. HOLE. (Sudbury). before. LODPINE MO. moneyers. fine and very rare . 17 Pennies. L^ent. bjcd. rofe. moneyer. type c . lvn. (Win. osferd mo. Bust diademed to left. (Warwick). in angles of short cross voided .. legends blundered. moneyers.

edelpi. hvnt. 2 and 3). PILT. eles. sERO. leie. (Oxford). mostly fine 7 23 Pennies. NOR. LVND. (Totness) 7 27 Pennies. unpublished. moo. (Hereford). elepine mo. pint. nvnt. (York) litmsn moo. type A. SPETINL MO. (Lincoln). (Hereford) ^elfrie moo. (Lincoln). (Winchester). svmerlids: mo. . dividing le- rev. osevt mo. same moneyers. (Chichester) . . . same type. mostly fine 7 Pennies. (Cambridge) levsmoo. pelie. ERIM mo. (Leicester). (Shrewsbury) . (Huntingdon) dvrvlf mo. ESDNOD crescents moo. (Dorchester). Shepherd collection.elfpine MO. same type. (Watchet). Long cross voided. f^eremin mo. pint. EOL. deod. OXNS*. nhtinE sitv. ^edelpine mo. . rare . eodrie moo. . with blundered legend and type. 28 Pennies. moneyers. lips. in centre cross. (Shaftesbury). LEOFRIE MOO. same type. ^elfsiee mo. difli. osvlf MOO. here. same type. pvlfrie moo. blundered . (Bath). lyda.<elfrie moo. tot . (Exeter). same type. pihr. HVN. (Dublin). (Rochester) . on. dor. some fine 5 . bsd. rare . (London) EOD7C MOO. same type. liher. each limb terminating in three moneyers. defl. (Wallingf ord) Worcester). cross and pellet in angles of cross on rev. eofr. (Oxford) EDsiEE MOO. rvm. lne. cross before bust . . rare moneyer. but obv. BSD. def.<ELFRIE MOO. moneyers. erant. mostly fine 7 25 Pennies. f^enemin mo. type . (Exeter) LEOFSTftN MO.21 Pennies gend (Hild. (Thetford) . ^elfsiee moo. (uncertain mint). (Winchester). (Colchester) . type. . (Lydford) PVLFPINE MO. (Stamford). . (Bardney). . LINE. byrhsiee mo. (Winchester). (Chester 24 ) . D Bud. . lvnd. (Norwich) . . EKXEE. legend on obv. mostly fine . (Wallingford) leofril mo. (Canterbury). (Wareham) DVRftNT MO. . (Romney). pin. another. (Cambridge). (Ipswich) pihtsiee mo. eaxe. OXN. . dof. 22. h^estine. a rare mint . moo. . with same rev. dvnstjcn mo. . pynsiee moo. peled. iELFsiEE MO. here. a rare mint . (Gloucester). . eristin MOO. byrhstan mo. eodrie mo.elfrie mo. pvlfsttcn mo. bsrd. (London) HP7CTEM7CN MO. moneyers. E^ENT. Eude bust to left. . barbarous work. per. (Thetford) ^elfstan mo. ROFEE. (Huntingdon). . edelnod mo. sttcn. mostly fine 7 . lie. (Lincoln) edpine mo. pelie. sEEFT. ^edelnod mo. lise. (Huntingdon) odvlf . . DYFL. moneyers. . hvnepine mo. byrhtnod moo. as Hild. . . pvlfnod moo. ^elfriE mo. moneyers. (Hastings). all fine 7 22 Pennies. ER2CNT. EO. (Chester). eoldvs moo. but varied (Dublin) var. moneyers. (York) var. EODX MOO. (Dublin) EOD MOO. lee. . rare-. edstsn moo. . (Wilton). moneyer. FjEREMIN MO. (Dover). mostly fine 7 26 Pennies. (Bath).

(York) .. (Gloucester) . as Hild. (London). obv. LOLDVs MO. . and another. 34 Pennies (Hild. lvn. (Lincoln). (Ipswich) LEOFPINE ON HS. well preserved. Mur(Watchet). . (Huntingdon) EDsiLE MO. Helmeted bust to left. the last very fine. hvnepine mo.d. KLESTIN. stan. fine 9 . 7). ROF. another. the others well preserved. brvnstan mo. EsLEft moo. moneyers. as Hild. a scarce type field on rev. (Hild. LEIL. 0. +edelred re. LLES. type f var. Bust to left. (Eochester). . OEO. inscriptions on both sides blundered . (London). LEOFPINE MO.ELFRIL MO. Long cross voided on on BSD. 22.<elfril MOO. I] 1 *** From the Ford collection. (Winchester). l^epe. with three pellets at each point. BSD. preserved. lvnd. Bud. a 6 32 Pennies. LVND. 1016-1035. (Lewes). Lake-Price and Brice collections.29 Penny. (Chester) . chison. rev. quatrefoil. but struck on a large square flan . (London). (York) ^elfzil (?) mo. . (Totness) a rare mint. moneyers. Lif. esdmvnd moo. within quatrefoil. but rev. wearing helmet. 23. . (London) . type A. type D. Bust to left in radiate helmet. no ornaments in angles. LODPINE MO. (Norwich). all fine these are Irish imitations of MthelraedJs coins. Long cross voided. TOTA. the last very fine. sereb. similar type to Hild. iEDELsTJCN MO. but with bust on obv. unpublished moneyer . and exceedingly rare 30 Pennies Long (Hild. the others well and very rarely to be found in fine condition 6 31 Pennies. also struck on a square flan with same obv. type E. each limb ending in three crescents and bisect- ing square. osLVT MO. cross voided.). noDPlNE mo. + ODDENL7CR LVD.. very fine and of the highest rarity. type D. moneyers. inscriptions on 3 both sides blundered. inscriptions blundered . each limb terminating in three crescents . . elfpil mo. (Ilchester) ^edelbrht lip. (Southampton) LEOFIL ON LEI. TOLft MO. chipped. scarce type esdperd MOO. Bud. (Bath) . rev. Small cross pattee in centre. (Lincoln) . typeE. same type. LOL. lepine moo. EOFR. type. (Hastings) . (Bath) edpine MO. linlo. CNUT. SLFPSLD (Colchester) . NOR. cross in . HV. a variety not given by Hildebrand [PI. (Salisbury). crowned. var. same type. IRKS MO. (Stamford). a scarce type 6 33 Penny rev. moneyers. . lodpine mo. . LlNIr. ON. (Lincoln) . peled. linl. sVNELOD MO. mostly . (Chester) leofinl mo. 1). a. pint.

^sLMAN mo. supine on elxles. type ii. E7CPLIN mo. (London). (Leicester) . fine .. LODRIL mo. . (Norwich) (Stamford) . another (Hild. rev. same as lot 34. (Southwark). mostly fine 7 . 249. 37 Penny rev. p. (Chester) OSLOD on linlol.35 Pennies. LODPINE on LLEP. (Totness) pvlmer on pihr. (Hild. (Stamford) PVLFsTSN sVL. leofstj?n on lvn. another (Hild. but bust to left crowned. (Winchester). NOR.) same type as last. M. i. mostly 7 39 Pennies. (Bath) on fine lipeszpi. . (Oxford) . alpine ON M^LD. type E. . linl. (Lincoln). type E var. n. msns NORDVI. same type. (Gloucester) Ford collection. (Hild.. type . . lifinl moneyers. (Shaftesbury). on svdl. var. cross on rev. diademed. moneyer. G. . lipine on. moneyers. all extremely rare moneyer. PVLPINE ON LEOFsVN ON 9 pincs. lodril on LLEP. pvlfpine ON LOL. (Stamford). . ^ELFHEH moo. pierced. BOLLS ON seftesb. Rude bust to left. two pellets on rev. (Stamford). lel. Bud. (Southwark) . var. (Colchester). Ford collection.). (Gloucester). bollr on llepe. sLRO. letel mo. cross behind bust. Klfpold on bad. bury). tot. but bust to left. pvlfstsn on Eftx. (Southwark) EDPINE mo. Ford collection. fine condition. a). 23. (Oxford) . (Ipswich). moneyers. (London). circles 19). . and on rev. . limbs united by broken annulet enclosing pellet in each angle . Cat. sceptre . moneyers. svmerled mo. (Exeter). eofepi. leofpine on leil. (London) brvnstsn san. the quatrefoil has three pellets at each angle m. (Maldon) oxsn. (Canter. (Chester) . (Norwich) . lehr. mostly fine 40 7 Pennies. (London). edlsr ON lvndene. each limb ending in three crescents. cross voided. l^eofpine on L^ENT. moneyer. stsn. deo. var. pvlfpine ON OLXE.) . HSTEMSN M. (Winchester). farlr MO. Bust to left wearing pointed Short cross voided. leofpine ON pinlst. mostly fine . (Shrewsbury) fair condition . (Lincoln) . type E var. (Sandwich) LODPNE MO. iELFLSR ON . . very fine . fine. liofpine on lvnd. eofrpil. ^lfpi mo. same type O. (London) . stan. lvnd. (York). same type. xTK. . same type as last. type Long B. ^lfstan ON PINL. mostly fine 36 Pennies. (York) . B . ^elflar on svbL. but sceptre before bust. (Winchester). (Lincoln). moneyers. lin. etzile on h^stinbtc (Hastings). no sceptre . lodmjcn lvnde. iELFsiL 4 38 Pennies two helmet before. moneyer. g. 9 (Worcester). another (Hild. (Thetford) leoflsr o. var. (Gloucester). EKPELIN on stsnf. same type. (Exeter).

(Norwich) . (London) . 23. moneyers. 27). head of Winchester (var. (Norwich). mostly fine. (Shaftesbury) leofpine on six (Stamford) 6 ^edestsn ON pi. a rare instance of the reduplication of the moneyer's name. (London) msnns j j on nord. a rare mint . (Warwick). spert. . (Ipswich) Marsham collection EDPftRD on l^eve. EODEILD onn PELE. mostly fine (Thetford) . but of king not diademed and before it sceptre in form of spear . BOEft ON dofeer. moneyer. and Brice collections.'LKVT rex. . of London. iELFSiEE ON pinEes. 1). Bud. (Chichester). holding long sword in right hand. eodere on lvnd. left.41 Pen n ies. (Hereford). pierced. served. mostly fine 8 42 Pennies. Three quarter figure of king to right. same type. all fine Pennies. ^EELRIE ON SEE. rev. iELVERD ON LVND. sceptre . extremely rare brvnmsn on lvnde. . 1 from the Martin. . an unpubanother of London (Hild. pvlnod 6 on elep. (Worcester) . (Thetford) . moneyers. Rlfpold on pihr. on pinee. Ford collection .elfperd on lvnde. 43 (Gloucester). ON EIEEST. a very rare moneyer leofpine on NOdp. leofrie on eipes. pineman ON deod. (Lincoln) pvlfpine on line. (London). same type moneyers. very fine. typeR. (Thetford). unique. the bases ljcdivler united by two circles. unpublished. diademed . (Lincoln) . extremely rare. . (Lincoln) . Bergne. 47 (Stamford). (Exeter) . pilemkn ON pine. well pre- 2 *** No. (Ilchester) . . Bud. moneyers. a rare mint. to lished variety. a very rare mint . (Brewton). (Winchester).elfpkrd on l^ep. Young. diademed. 5).ELFRIE moneyers. ^elfelm on briv. . 45 Penny. (Hild. 23. . Ford collection. (Winchester). ^elfpie on deod. (London) eodrie on . a scarce type 6 Pe n ny. E^efel on life. 22. Bust to left. LINC. + bosi ON lvndl. (Winchester). stjw. very fine. pvlsiee on here. Quadrilateral voided . wearing helmet. (Hild. (lewes). left left. typei. DVRERIM ON LIN. (Stamford). brvnear ON LVN. I] 1 "%* From the Brice collection. Cross composed of four ovals. circle enclosing pellet in centre . esdpine mo. similar type to lot 42. (Watchet). EODEOD ON LVNDE. type K. Small cross voided. 22-23). same type. ON stsnfo. Small cross pattee in centre. sceptre . rev. Bust to rev. this coin is of exceptionally fine work [PI. obv. . EODPINE ON p^eri. 46 Pennies. deo. rev. moneyer. Bust diademed . (London) . mostly fine 7 44 Pennies. 22. before. (Lewes) ^elfnod ON. edpsr. in ornament over short cross hand. Bud. Murchison. edpine on eexel. (Dover) . Bud. .

. before. moneyer.D. same type (Bud. of Lincoln. Bust to left. 1). Alfred on een. the last two unpublished varieties 8 HAROLD I. and rev. leofpil of Lincoln. harold rex. ^elfpine both well preserved on on 2 and rare mints 53 Penny. edsieie on elxel. A. same type. 24. Bud. of Shrewsbury. II. of . with large bust. 24. 1). 22. same type. pvlfpine LRAN. snell on 2 leielee. Penny. of Chester. 24. (Bud. well preserved Penny. +EDPINE onn dofr. of Dover. same type. 49 Penny. rev. moneyer. legends blundered. diademed . 1035-1040. a scarce mint 51 Penny. 24. same LVND. 2). EINEPOLD on lvn. ON 56 Li. of Southampton.. moneyer. scarce 1 -hiELFHLE ON leile. type. same type. type G. London. (Bud. another. same leliee. Bud. of Exeter. . very fine. xx.. another. well preserved. the second a rare mint 2 . (Bud. very fine and * * * From the Bergne (lot 251) and Brice collections. pi. London. 2). fine type. well 2 55 Penny. same DEFILE type. 2). 24. I] .. well preserved.. of Norwich. + -harold 1 relx rev. moneyer.* From the Addington collection. reading obv. reading obv. 1). Gat. M. 24. same type . 52 Penny. of Lincoln. very fine. moneyer. (Bud. I] 1 *** From the Brice 57 collection. another. 2). both well on nordpil. blundered legends on both sides others (2). first type. same type. reading + HAROLD REX. 23. + harold r: 1 rev. moneyer.. lodmon on on . very fine and a scarce moneyer of this mint [PI. 19). type A. of Chester. the preserved a scarce mint. Bud. (Bud. . slrob. obv. 24. same type. iELFRiL ON LILES. 2). 2).. Cross composed of four ovals united at their bases by two circles. Same type as lot 38.8 48 Pennies with (6). 54 Penny. same and rev. *#.. same type. but with bust to right . Canterbury.. same hamtv. 1-3. tlie second a very rare moneyer. the second a rare mint PVLFRED 2 . lovrim ON ON linlol. of Chichester. the second a scarce mint and 2 of moneyer 58 Penny.. of Chichester. fine and scarce another. (Hild. 24. another. a scarce mint [PI. moneyer. (Bud. (Bud. 2). type H . mostly fine. moneyer. moneyer. spertebra. reading obv. moneyer. B. preserved. (Bud. another. moneyer. . in fair condition .. sceptre . of Cambridge. 2). Same type as lot 42. same type... 24. +^elfnod on lnlolv. 50 Penny. (Hild. (Hild. 24. type. + harold rex .

(Bud. fine . moneyer. + Harold rex. same type. of eodrie on ele. 4). o. the second a rare spelling of this mint on sanvo. moneyer. moneyer.. another. same type. 4). moneyer. well preserved. of Canterbury. of Hastings. 68 Penny. type. (Bud. same deodf. of Southampton. ^elfperd on B. both well preserved. limbs united at their . 24. . of Colchester. 67 Penny. with no pellets on lis either side of one on rev. . + >EEEL1VLER ON bases by circle. . +hpataman o. same type. + HJCROLD rex. the second a rare mint 2 64 Penny. same type. of Stamford. + HAROLD 1 relx 69 . B. 24. moneyer. jelypil on L-rsn. 24. Cambridge. to left in B3\. Cambridge. type. type. Bust rev. same type. both rare mints 2 65 Penny. (Bud.. . Bath. another. Long cross voided.... (Bud. (Bud. M. 4). armour before. in each angle. a rare *** From the Brice collection. moneyer. same EOL. reading obv. well preserved. and rev. stirlere another.. (Bud. 4). PyDlA on ON 2 pineest. 24. . 24. of Exeter. . moneyer. fine.. type. rev. another. of Bristol. moneyer. . leofstan o. 24. beorn on eoe. eoril on LONE. moneyer. 4). moneyer. very rare. similar type. same type. mint Penny. with two moneyers' names. edpine on dofr. of Dorchester. moneyer. pinstanie on SERD. 24.. enclosing pellet . 4. very fine. 2).. of both well preserved. moneyer. a very rare mint 1 66 Penny. . jslfpard on 63 bri. same type. 24. of Ipswich. 61 2 Penny. (Bud.. same type (Bud. 24.. pvlfpine o. same type. 24. another. type. pi. same LE. and sceptre 2). (Bud. ^elfpine o. (Bud. same both fine. moneyer. of Thetford. of Stamford. very fine.. (Bud. . especially the second one 2 71 Penny. moneyer. same type. well preserved. LODRIC ON STANF. of Colchester. both well preserved and scarce 62 Penny. lv. of Dover. another. another. 24. of London. Bud. type. well preserved. same type.. (Hild. leofpine on e. + lifinl ON LIPE. same same scarce type. another. lis between two same type.59 Penny. both fine 2 . lv. EODINE ON eorv. the second a 2 mint 60 Penny. of Salisbury. of Exeter. scarce mints. type B. another. same era. moneyer. same type.. pellets. 70 Penny. 4) of Gloucester. spert.. edmer on elxe. scarce mints and 2 4). of York. 2).M. 24. leofpine another. 4). both rare mints 2 Penny. moneyer. Cat. of London. obv. moneyer. (Rud. moneyer. 4). brihtjvler and 2 . reading obv. eodpin steper. n. dor. of Winchester. moneyer. 2). both fine ON rare HftMT. in good condition another. shield xx. of York. moneyer. same type. same type. moneyer. both well preserved 2 24.

. another.. (Bud. another. 2 obv. 24. moneyer. another. both 2 type.. 24. same type. fine. type. 24. . +HAROLD rel. moneyer. same type. LEOFPNE ON deo. 1 and rev. London. another. an unpublished mint of this reign 1 *** From 74 the Addington collection. of Oxford. 4). of Lincoln. 75 Penny. of . both moneyer. reading obv. (Bud. same fine type.. 2 from the 82 Penny. (Bud... 1 a scarce mint 79 Penny. moneyer. 4) of Thetford. type. another. same type (Bud. moneyer. 77 Penny. Alfred on ser. reading obv.. 4). same type. same type. the second same London. +HAROLD rex 1 and rev. and rev. and rev. leofpie on lee. (Bud. same type. same type. pvlpiine 0. and Addington collections. and an extremely rare mint 1 . of Salisbury. of Norwich. 4). Penny. same type. moneyer. moneyer. fine. + edrie ON hde. 4) of Watchet. same type. same 85 type. both fine. 24. reading obv. 84 Penny.. (Bud. 4) of Warwick. and rev. Li. liffinl on lvnd. brvpin no zts. 24. moneyer. well 2 preserved. (Bud. EODM2EN on mel. (Bud. extremely rare. 24. leopine 2 nord. of Winchester. ^ELFINE ON PINE. +OSMVND o. (Bud. of Malmesbury. reading rleex and rev. 24. pvlfrd o.... 24.. of Hythe. + HSROLD reev . (Bud. 24. reading obv. + harold ree. a scarce mint * * # From the Brice collection. same type. 4).. 4). moneyer. eodeildd on pee. of Hereford. a rare mint . extremely fine and a rare mint [PL 73 I] 1 Penny. . Penny.10 72 Penny. fine. of Chester. 4) of Wallingf ord. same type. of Lincoln. of Chester. ^elfpine on doo. of Thetford. same type. an extremely rare mint Penny. 2 well preserved. reading obv. moneyer. 24. same seob . moneyer. same type. 83 Penny. moneyer. of London.. LODMAN ON LVN. extremely fine. same type. EROE ON leiees. same type. 4) of Stamford. both fine. 4). 4). +hxrold rex 7C. the first a scarce mint . the second a scarce mint 24. (Bud. (Bud.. of Shrewsbury. moneyer. . 4). 4). 24. of Winchester. same fine type. moneyer. (retrograde) on 78 another. (Bud. 24. . + leofenab on he. both well preserved . + harold 1 *** From the Shepherd collection 76 (lot 104). 24. very fine . leofred o. 2 SPILEMAN ON PN.. pvleeet 0. . 80 Penny. LIFINL ON OLXE. another. of Penny. moneyer. moneyer. same fine type. {Bud. loda on purine. pell. same lvn. scarce mints 81 Penny. line. another. both and scarce mints 2 Sainthill *** No.

type B. Bath. n. well preserved. +HAROLD . moneyer. (Hild. var. fine. before. same type as Hild. var. +harold E. same type. (Hild. an extremely rare type and mint i *** From the Ford 96 collection. type rev. n. b. in armour . before. rev. type b. of Leicester. 24. having on and lis in fourth. see next and following coins. 28. type vi).. scarce 2 90 Penny. var. the highest rarity 1 very fine and of . 95 +SPERTINE ON IE. pvlstan ON leh." obv. reading obv. and Boyne Penny. Long . eel. loth rare mints 92 (Bud. (Hild. p. Penny.. "Pacx +VLETL ON lvnd. same EEXE. obv. Murchison. diademed . London. var. +HAROLD brie. moneyer.. Southampton. moneyer's name. moneyer. 4. a) of Exeter. Penny.. Lincoln.. (Hild. PAEX. I] 1 Penny. between two pellets.11 86 Penny. . pi.. type b. and a rare type of this scarce 1 89 Penny. Long cross voided. 1 . var. slightly cracked. unique 1 [PL 93 I] collections. + HAROLD rex and wearing and rev. cross voided. a) of ON EOF. in each lis angle. moneyer. reading in armour. Oxford. type re. n. fine. obv. a. rev. Bust to left.M. before. 4). fine. another. ham. same type. ii). 306). another. var. pvlderine on eo. (Hild. of York. (Hild. +pedel onn BSD . fine. pvlpne on. sceptre. a very rare mint [PI. ^elpie type. Cat. fine. fine and an extremely rare left. ^rnerim on eo. 88 Penny. p. &c. b. in ornamented robes . moneyer. b. M. onx. rev.. var. B. 305. onn 2 same areil on stan. Cat. a very rare variety 1 *** This type is a transition one into Hild. . EOLAMAN ON OEX. a . leoppiine o. B. arlill (Hild. Long cross voided with annulet in centre: in angles. . variety 1 94 Penny. of Colchester. same type. obv. Cat. same type.. c). type b. Bust to left.M. preserved. type b. with moneyer's name. b. but bust to right . REE. York. shield and sceptre . limbs united at bases by circle enclosing pellet in each 1 angle. very fine and of extreme rarity [PI. fine type. Oxford.. same type as the preceding lot but bust to large helmet . trefoils of pellets in three angles of cross similar type to Bud. rev. M. trefoil of three pellets. +pvlpiine on mint var. (retrograde) and on rev. well . ^edm^er on another. but varied. (Hild. same type. a) of of Stamford. well preserved. n. var.. +harold left. *** From the Martin. Bust to (Hild. . moneyer. B. . eol. var. c. type. B. rex. limbs united at their bases by circle enclosing pellet . var. same type. 87 Penny.. b. xx. b). a) of Bristol. 306. p. York.. diademed. I] * * From the Marsham collection + (lot 200). +harold rex. three pellets in front of helmet . a. sceptre . the second a rare mint 2 91 Penny. reading obv. Cat..

. Cat. no. M.D. London. Bud. 1). rev.. . -t-ODDENLAR on lv. (Hild. nor in the Brit. very fine and very rare [PI. o. (Bud. * * + From the Martin. 1). 216. extremely fine and a very . xxi. Cat. same reading obv. not in Hild. and rev. ..M. Bergne. var. +ETTSI&E onn rare mint a. (Hild. Bust to . obv. 101 of Guildford. Cross of four ovals as in lot 97. . I] 1 %.. var. united at bases by two circles in centre. and rev. (Hild. rev. Murchison. reading + brvn onn lvnde. h-pvlnod on exle. u.. Murchison.12 HARTHACNUT. Penny. B. well preserved. type. +hardalnvt re. n. and Brice collections. +nardelnvt. over which quadrilateral ornament. pi. very fine and a very rare mint. obv. +hardalnvt re. 24. reading obv. 326. (Bud.. Cat. +FRIDI ON stenile.. Cross composed of four ovals. and Shepherd 105 Penny. a very dofra. +I. type b. n. Sbudrev. Bustto type left. +HARDA1 and rev. A. (lot 106) collections. XXI. diademed. sceptre in left hand. perhaps of Danish fabric 99 Penny. rev. reading obv. Dorchester 2). 24. (Bud. 1). 1. (Bud. very rare pellet 1 98 Penny. four pellets before bust ri. . 24. fine and a very rare mint 1 +NARDLNVT RE. rev. M. reading obv. obv. with pellet at each angle. 1). . 12). London. 97 Penny. same type. same type. as last. diademed.. of Steyning. Young. . + BODPINE ON sere. same type. reading obv. 1). A. Brown and Addington collections. of Hastings. very fine and rare Penny. (Bud. rare mint [PI. +HARDLNVT 1 * * + From the J. 100 Penny. Dover.. same IfNVT re. type A. type. well preserved. B. diademed . 1 very rare. Short cross voided. 1). p. fine and rare *** From the Marsham collection (lot 201). (Hild. same LNVT re. extremely fine 4-harda1 +BLSLMAN ON From the Brice *** and very rare collection. 24. 102 Penny. of London. Bust to right. obv. fine. B. 24.ODPINE ON DORLE. 24. I] From the Dymock. bridd on hjes. of Salisbury. pi. 1 104 type.* Figured 106 in Hks. nardlnvt rev. . 2 left. . *** Penny. (Bud. re. +oddenlr lvdenne. 24.. reading DALNVT re. type a). tiL.. no. 1 and rev. 1040-1042. same type. of Exeter. 24. Mus. 1). + HAR1 103 Penny. Bud. obv.

type. and rev. Oxford. j and rev. "a ^ell : l. well preserved.. of Stamford. Murchison. like reading type is + hrnlnvtiemti the . . 2). (Rud. type. obv. very fine. 2). ON hvnta. same re. 24. Penny.. 2). the rev. a very j rare 1 mint [PL I] *#* From 109 the Brice collection. . found at 1 Axbridge *** From the Dymock. of Aylesbury. same R. 1 very fine. unpublished. 2).. 24. of SN. 24. same type. very fine 2). LV.. (Rud. leher. + pvlfpi. type. Johnston.. reading obv. same type. Ij *** From the Murchison. 2. (Bud. reading obv. type. reading obv. is coin of Cnut. + hardlnvt 1 and + lodril LALIL ON lv. + OVDENLARL ON type. reading obv. and + eodpine onn olxene. 108 Penny. narLnvt .. + DRAL A ON PILE. reading obv. same and rev. fine and rare collection (lot 205). 24. and rev. rev. rev. (Rud. has three pellets at each angle . 24. a very rare mint 1 112 Penny. reading obv. of Huntingdon.. well preserved. from which this piece probably copied. unpublished mint. 2). 24. + hardlnvt j + s^evine on rev.. +BLALANAN ON *** From Nottingham. 24. of Lincoln. . 2). obv. +HAR1 *** From the Martin and Marsham 118 (lot 204) collections. very rare with twomoneyers' names 113 Penny. fine. 2). 24. (Rud. same type.13 107 Penny. obv. a very rare mint. reading dalnvt and rev. reading + hardalnv... and Shepherd (lot 107) collections. reading obv. 24. same and rev.. of London. of Winchester. (Rud. fine and very rare HARBLNVT 1 110 Penny. and scarce 1 114 Penny. +OOSMVND ON lin. 24. 2). (Rud. similar type to Rud. hardlnvt LODRiL onn lifell. + lodpine on stanfo. 24. + HARDLNVT 1 *** From the Marsham 111 Pen ny. of Langport. 23.. a rare mint Penny. of Leicester. a very rare mint the Addington collection. + HARBLNVT 1 fine. + +dvin£ERD oh LSNLP. same r. (Rud. Bergne. fine and rare . type (Rud. reading obv. 24. 24. of London. of NARDLNVT :. 2). and Brice collections. same re. 2). Penny. 116 Penny. but the quadrilateral ornament on the rev. type. + leofdne on UNIQUE. of Ilchester. . same rox 115 . and rev. and rev. (Rud. Rud. fine and rare +NARDVT 1 *** From the Sharp 117 collection. type. beautiful specimen" 1 [PI. same re. Penny. . (Rud. and rev. reading obv.

I. and Brice collections. in radiate helmet. pierced. lvd. voided. but the helmet of the king is radiate. over quadrilateral ornament with three pellets at each angle. +nardeen. Bud. + ASLAL ON lvnd. 218). as obv. oddenlr on lvd. Long cross voided . very fine and very 1 rare *** From the Bergne. as in lot 106. and radiate helmet. London. as on the preceding coin . n. but and annulet. in radiate helmet as before . London. London. type ii. well preserved. and rev. on the preceding coin . d. 322. rev. all type iv). pi. crescent.. Quadrilateral ornament on short cross var. London. Long from cross voided. 4-alfpard 0. before. + hardeenvt. : considers this and the following is 2). extremely rare 1 120 Penny. pellet in centre . + dorletl o. (Bud. Bust to left. The above type evidently adapted from coins of Aethelraed II (Bud. armour. p. . fine. . 321. Bust to left. is engraved 1 *** From the 125 Cuff. 1 in fair condition. helmeted . extremely 1 rare *#* Hawkins. obv. 41). LV. London. Bud. pellet pi. Long cross voided each limb terminating in three crescents . Bust to left. voided. type to the last coin. similar +HARDELNVT. obv. reading (var. with three crescents at end of each limb. 42).14 119 Penny. M.. pi. very fine this coin and extremely rare. H. p. there is a pellet in each angle of the cross and also in the centre . type d . very fine and very rare in alternate angles. Murchison. +LEFPINE ON LVD. M. p.. Cat. rev. Johnston.. Cat. Long cross &c. 45). within circle LEVI. 122 Penny. + HARDALNVT RX. shield rev. (Eks. sceptre. Long cross voided. + alpine on lvd.. Penny. as on the preceding coin. . c. Short cross voided. B. cross in alternate angles. + harelnv. obv. B. 1 . &c. obv. Bust to left. London. obv. in armour. of the highest rarity (var. London. 159 (3rd " " not to be English ed. Penny. and Brice 123 collections.. (Hild. in hand raised before bust rev. var. three crescents at end of each limb and pellet in centre . very fine and extremely rare 1 *** From 124 the Wyllie collection. +TOOEI ON lvdl. Bust to left. open right . pi. London. fine and very rare 1 126 Penny. Bust to left. h. coins but Danish. 121 of legend. behind. Bust to left. Penny.. obv.). no sceptre .. in angles. a) rev. Bud. rev. + ovdenlarl ON a. (Hild. +hardelnvt.. 45). obv. 22. + nardlnvt + LV. D. n. and on the rev. +hardeenvt. Penny. (Bud. type b. rev.. the figure in but in alternate angles. diademed.

(Hereford) . brvnstan on deo. (Lincoln). a all fine. moneyers. brvnine ON rare mint . pvlpine on lolec. a scarce type obv. (Thetford). aeelpine on lee. brihtm^er . same type B. dorr on eofr. 26. edpine ON NIV. . (London) . . brvnpine on 7 . (Stamford) pe. obv. var. 8 Pennies. (Wilton) . moneyers. type B . 8 mostly fine 130 Pennies. (London) 128 and large head on obv. (Hild. (St. lvnde. (uncertain mint) scarce. on hyrtf.. (Chester) . rare. moneyers. two moneyers' names (?) diorman on st^e. (London). pellet ^Eglpin. (Stamford). scarce . (York). (Hertford). . 36-38). 30-31). (Ipswich). SPOTA on bede. (London) retrograde. pvlsi on lvnd. 7 as Hild.ep. godpine on m. var. radiate crown A. pilerib. c. (Cambridge). BVNINE ON LIP. line. . . chester) diademed . 5 type A. pvlfpine on bede. spareolf on sta. small bust in oval . annulet in field on rev. . same type. 26. 25. (Newport).d. (York). (Wallingford). (Stamford). obv. (Thetford). Short cross. (Ips- wich) . no. ON 131 PA. voided moneyers. annulet in field on mostly fine rev. elepine ON eoferi. edpine ON nord. DVNNINE ON hesi. Bud. same type moneyers. .. with Small cross pattee in centre . var. 1042-1066. rev. leofpi. a. on l. rof. (Hild. EIPPE. (Thetford) . osparde on stan. (Chester) . type : rev. annulet in field on rev. moneyers. 36-38. 127 Pennies. hvsear on leie. EORLVERD on MOI. (Maldon). type 132 Pennies. . de. a very rare mint. . vlf on lineoln (Lincoln). as in last lot.15 EDWARD THE CONFESSOR. leofpold on pin. (Norwich). var. on lvnd. (Bedford) . (York). (Steyning). . (Colchester) . Crowned bust facing. (York).. same type moneyers. Sharp collection eodlef on detf. eofr. (Rochester). rare lefpine nor. ARNERIM ON EOF. aoldin on lvnd. with beard . some very fine 8 Pennies. a pvlfpi on all fine ERANT. var. . large bust. all fine. Bud. annulet in field on rev. a rare mint . annulet in field on rev. 25. eofer. Small cross patt6e in centre . (Lewes) . Eadmunsbury). Pennies. (Canterbury) eltan on eofi. estmvnd 0. Bust to left. Bust to left. var. (Bedford) . . var. 33-34). as last . mostly fine ( Watchet). 129 . Bud. (York). var. ernpii on here. annulet in field on rev.eldv. Sharp collection herred on piltv. . alfrie ON Eilde (Guildford). mareere ON EAD. leofre on STAN. (York). rev. .. (Hastings). var. var. (Winothers. a rare lefpine on spelling of mint name . . stireoll on (Hild. lifinlE onn very rare mint . Bud. oderim on. leofpine on een. . in field on rev.

all fine.ENT. ^eieln^er ON bad. leofpine on lent. PAEX .16 133 Pennies. Brice collection .. (Lincoln). three crescents at end of each limb of cross. rare . moneyers. (Oxford). . ^edestan on brie. (York). . var. (Leicester). gradually sceptre rev. (Thetford). Marsham collection. (Thetford) alpine on piher (Worcester) ilvdto inr NIC. on hvnt. before. retrograde . same type. moneyers. diademed. eadpold on ex. a very rare type of this mint. of Another of London. (Canterbury). var. jEbestan on briesto. obv. (London). pellet on rev. before. (Bath) . var. pvlstan o. typeE. 25. lv. pvlf(Huntingdon) PINE ON LVD. moneyers. (Winchester). annulet on rev. (York) var. (Bedford) var. liofpine on sand. (York) . unpublished moneyer. Bud. fine . (Bristol). {Eild. obv. lodril on mint . dvrlrim on LINEE. (Romney). pvlflar on lvnden. rare . var. rare. a scarce type moneyers. but on the rev. Bust to left.. 21-24). arnlrim ON eofe. 12). Bud. a . (Exeter) ^elfpine on hvnt. . : 24. all fine 8 eoferp. Short cross voided. ^ELELPIE. . moneyer. but PAEX on rev. mostly scarce terbury) . estmvnd o. /ELIPINE on eexe. Bud. pvlfPINE ON LVND. (uncertain mint). annulet on rev. type . both very rare. stireol on eofofe. no crescent at ends of limbs . on E. pellet on rev. LINSTAN mints 8 . type . c. (Bedford). obv. moneyers. diademed . tingdon). (Taunton). (York). . 134 Pennies. sceptre Quadrilateral ornament with three pellets at each angle over short cross voided . (Eild. drsiie on bfor. Bust to left. a rare . LEOFPINE ON NORD.. the second 2 *** No. Pennies. deodf. in angles of long cross voided. . diademed. 4). var. (Colchester). Bust to left. (London) . 24. before. type d. moneyer. sceptre rev. Danish or Irish (?) mostly fine 6 137 Penny York. (Exeter) pvlfpi. 12). the limbs expanding and united at bases by two circles . (Can- brihtric ON EOLEE. 24. liofpine rev. 5 136 Pennies. pineest. very fine same type. var. ^ELELpne on oexe. (Hun. (Hild. . (Norwich) HALFD6NIS ON OX. . crescent end of each limb pellet on rev. leofpine on nori. ^elfrie on bfrde.ON OEXENE (Oxford). same type as lot 135. (London). same type. . all fine 8 135 Pennies... vlfletel on eofer. 2 from the Brice 138 collection. (Oxford) pvlfNjER on rvne. lifine on exseex.. (London) . (Norwich) . mostly fine. brvniine on lei. var. (Dover) . (Sandwich). d Bud. at (Hild. ERNE-RIM ON (Bristol). edriee on deo.. ON dof. very fine bola ON tant. (Exeter). Short cross voided. rare. psex on rev.

(Guildford). leofred on lvnd. annulet in centre deorman on loleee. (Hild. . Bust to right. a very rare mint LEOFENOD ON HFRE. (London). (Gloucester). (London) brihtpi. type f var. ^eielpine ON pineest.. . and sceptre . same type. . lifine on pinlestre. pointed helmet . (Lincoln) . DVRFVRD on nordp. 2) . (York). leofred on lvnde. moneyers. Short cross voided. some rare Pennies. rare godpine on stanfo. ^ielpine on piher. . . in type F . all fine. but rev. moneyers. ernerim on eofer. only one circle in centre of cross on efpii. annulet on rev. on lvnden. var. (Lincoln) briesie on lvndene. same type. (Lincoln). some very fine 141 8 Pennies. (Huntingdon) .17 139 Pennies. ON MALME. (Malmesbury). (Colchester) . (London). (Gloucester) manna on lineol. each limb ending in three crescents . var. same type. . (Thetford) . all fine (Winchester). var. var. EAPVLFON GLEPEEK. ham). 25. (Lewes) . a variety of the highest rarity *** From the Marsham C collection. PVLFEET ON SXjEN. . edperd ON l^epe (Lewes) EODRIE ON HVNTEN. eoferpii. odbern on lineo. BLAEEMAN ON EVL. same type. similar type. (Stanford) leofril on deodf. moneyers. with two moneyers' names . EODELEOF ON DEOT. BRVNINE 7 ON 143 eipi. (York). (London) brintpine on LVND. (Norwich) . ending in three pellets moneyer. same type. brihtril ON pal. stireol on eoferpi. moneyers. hand . mostly fine 7 142 Pennies. bred on elesxien. all fine. moneyers. (Ware. (Huntingdon) alesie on leil. LIFINL ON PINEESTEI. (Hastings). obv. as in last lot). ^EELPIE ON LVNDEE. 25. 19). (York). a. (Winchester). (Bud. (Winchester). 8 144 Penny. var. pellet on each limb of cross godpine pidia ON P. Bud. (Worcester). (Ipswich). moneyers. sceptre ending in cross in right rev. (Steyning). (Hild. Bud. moneyers. . . annulet on rev. BRIHTPOLD ON OX. . pellet on each limb of cross on rev. . (Wallingford). 1 well preserved. 20). same type as but bust wearing pointed helmet to left. (London). godrie on hvnte. (Winchester). sevle ON annulet on rev. (Chester) vlf on lineolne. others. very rare. brvnpine ON PA. (Oxford) . var. (Hereford). rare . . fine 8 140 Pennies. (Wallingford) . type F. End. (London) . var.. rare. sideman on perh. London lot 142 . godrie on glepele. . all . . 25. 20. edpine ON LjEPE. 24. others (Hild. (Thetford).

annulet enclosing pellet behind bust . an unpublished moneyer. moneyers. types F and G. lvnde. holding sceptre with lis at head . (York). . moneyers. (Newport). b 142 but bust to Bud. (Chichester). lodril (Steyning). (Gloucester). pearls on crown. (London). BRIHTRED ON OXENEX. Bust to right in pointed helmet. (Chichester). mostly fine 8 brand ON paling. same type. of the highest rarity 1 it is *#* From the Durlacher collection. all extremely rare 148 Pennies. Bedford. fine 8 150 Pennies. before. obv. (Ipswich). brvnpine on stanfo. (Thetford) . (Stanford). (Stamford) lodelif on piodpo. rare SUPINE ON PILTI. mostly fine 7 . (Wilton) ANDERBODA ON PIN. ESTMVND ON DEOT. (Huntingdon) ospold on l^epe. obv. fine. (Exeter) . wear- ing arched crown. (Romney). 18. . rare. arnlim on eofr. st^enil. GODRIL ON SERBVRI. bearded. (London) . . moneyers. rare . (York). brvnil ON LIPESI. (London) j liofpine ON NOR. var.(Thetford). annulet on rev. dvinnl on ilestie. fine. rev. This coin is of importance as the connecting link between Rild. (St. an unpublished mint of this reign . . Eadmundsbury). 147 Pennies. Short cross voided. s^epan on 3 nipep. unpublished type. 25. lifinl on exeeest. . . on . (Bardney). 9). var. (Oxford) pvlm^er ON rvmed. + liofbEGEN on bede. each limb terminating in an incurved segment of a circle. (Wallingford). (Derby). . type G . sceptre with lis at head . (Bristol). Short cross voided. (Hild. fine annulet on rev. lot (Rild. (Thetford) liofstan on pihre. rare. (Colchester) . (Worcester). godpine ON LILEST. (Salisbury). pvlfril on LILEIT. scarce liofpine on dirbi. . type . loldsie on lvnd. moneyers. +edperd rex o. brvnhese on lolel. . mostly 7 149 Pennies. (Steyning). F var. DORR ON EOFERPIL. ^elfril ON berdest. same type. (Hastings) . mostly fine 7 151 Pennies. (Lincoln). (Norwich) . PVLftLER on slobe. sceptre . Bust to right. moneyers. in fair condition . (Shrewsbury) . rare . (Exeter) s^ELOL ON LANTE. each limb ending in an incurved segment of a circle . (Winchester). moneyers. before. rare . 146 Penny.elfril on exeleste. morlre ON eadmvn. SVMERLIPE ON PIODFO. LODPINE ON breel. aslal on linLoln. LEFRILL ON STANF. same type. var. (Bedford). (Hastings) . fine. diorman ON . Ford collection . Bud. . Brice collection . rare var. pvlm^er on scarce EXELEST.. (Cambridge). . lodril on hvnte. mostly . broken brid on h^esti. (Exeter).18 145 Pennies. same type. scarce BRIHTmond on LLEP. pvlfril on st^en. 24. rev. . (Lewes).) same type as last coin or right. . ^EiELFPARD ON LVND.

(Hild. oxeneford a (Oxford). . lets . same type ospold . (Eild. and unique in giving the name in full . (Lincoln) . sceptre in right and orb in left hand . (Winchester). (Winchester). s^epine on piltvne. fine. (Steyning). (Bristol). leofpord on l^ep. (Chichester) exel. a rare type 4 156 Pennies. all fine. (Kochester). Bud. follpine on svdrv. ^ELFRIL ONN PVLFRIL ON LILES. typen. of Wallingford. in each angle pyramid. deorman on lvnde. Brice collection . a rare mint . (Hereford) . sceptre . brid on h^stien. (Sudbury). Bust to right. Neville Eolfe collection . DVNINL ON lege. j scarce type 6 153 Pennies. moneyers. 24. King Short rev. annulet instead of pyramid in one angle of rev. fine. . (York). type rev. rare and very fine. direman. moneyers. martlet in each angle . wearing arched before. godpine (Steyning). same type. an unpublished brihtril on pall type of this excessively rare mint. extra a scarce 5 155 Pennies. leofine ON glevelst. LODPINE ON ROF. 25. but the cross on the rev. obv. fine type lifinl on pincest. (Wilton). ONN L^EPE. seated on throne. 26). var. extra fine. similar type to lot 155. (London). a rare type (var. (York). rev. . a scarce type 6 154 Pennies. of the highest rarity. crown Bud. (Wallingford). (Chester) . Southampton. . (Wallingford). (Chichester). pvlfril ON st^en. pellet on rev. but in i). . (Gloucester).. moneyers. all fine. 13. PVLFRIL ON (Lewes) linlo. the pyramid terminates in three pelwell preserved. iELFPiNE ON brv. Short cross voided . moneyers. lished type of this mint. a very another. fine 2 C2 . unpublished. . var. rare . (Lewes) jELFsil ON leill. a rare mint . unpub- ON st^e. (Hastings) . the last very fine. one angle of the cross on the rare variety similar type to lot 155.19 152 Pennies. 3 Hild. same type. rev. (London). var. spetman ON ha. earnpil ON hfr. cross voided. SPROT ONN LEIL. same type moneyers.) Sovereign type. on lnet. ovdlrim on eofri. Ford collection . (London). (Chester) . Hild. ^ELFPINE ON LILEST. (var. has a segment of a circle outwards at end of each limb . vlfletel on eof. gilt. osmvnd on lvndep. moneyer. manna obv. moneyers. jslfpine on pin. springing from inner circle and terminating in pellet . (Exeter). ON LVD. type i). 158 Penny. all fine. all fine. brihtm^er on pa. . (Chester). moneyer. a (Canterbury) . a rare mint. . (Southampton). a rare type vELFPi. 4 157 Pennies. &c. annulet instead of pyramid in one angle of all fine. type I .

(Hild. and Brice 160 collections. pellet. . type . Wilton. . Bergne. Bust to right. Short cross voided. (Chester). Short terminating with pellet in each same as the coin. eadpard rex. if 1 not unique * * This coin # 161 to is identical with Hks. (Hild. rev. 223.. 24. Bust facing. sceptre rev. very fine and of the highest rarity. crowned before. right.20 159 Penny.. Penny. obv. sceptre + LENTPINE on Across field PTfx between two lines. obv. Bud. L. + HEADEPVLF ON pi. crowned. 223). Young. Chester. in each pyramid springing from inner circle and terminating in very fine and exceedingly rare [PL I] angle. 11). Bust pilt. . + ^elfs. 25). var. Murchison. eadpard re. Bud. 25. where it is probably figured. rev. being an unpublished type of this scarce mint *** From the Bergne (263) and Brice collections. 1 *** From the Martin. obv. . type I. with pyramid last legeee. cross angle. hel- meted before. Penny. (Winchester). a. eadpard rex. well preserved and exceedingly 1 rare. on voided. (Hks. holding sceptre and orb. Winchester.

unpublished moneyer 1 %* 167 From the Pownall collection. obv. very fine. (Bud. 3). York. 26. rev. (Shrewsbury). 26. 26. obv. + harold +PVLMiER ON LINCO. +HAROL. Across field and between two lines P X X. *** Penny. Penny. 3). rev.d. rev. (York). same type. . very fine %* 169 From the Durrant. ang. same type. 3). rare mint 1 . an extremely . . same type. Chelsea. very fine. HAROLD a. (Bud.M. (Bud. 163 Penny. + dvnninl on B. (Bud. reading. ovdgrim on eofr. and Brice collections. reading. I] *** From the Brice collection. fine. 26. I] . wearing arched pi. 26. Bergne (lot 279). LOT 162 Hks. very fine 1 From the Marsham collection (lot 217). same type.21 SECOND DAY'S SALE. n. Penny. a rare 164 1 *** From the Shepherd 165 collection (lot 110). reading. Bud. A. ang.. This is the only coin known of this Penny. +beodred on ^st. reading. Shrewsbury. reading. reading. reading. a rare mint of reign. London. rare %* 166 From the Young and Brice collections. mint 3). same type. very fine [PI. +edpine on lvndei. + pvlm^er ON srob. 26. 1066. same type. (Lincoln). +DRONT on lege. before. 26. rev. (Bud. Cat. obv. 1 unique [PI. "crown. rev. . Penny. + harold rex angl. obv. obv. (Bud. same type. (Hild. Hastings. II. + harold rex mint. . Lincoln. obv. 3). B. Chester. Hastings. sceptre. . (Bud. xxxr. + harold (Hastings). very fine. angl. + harold 1 (Hastings). Head to left. rex ang. (Chester). rex ANglo. + harold rex 1 ANglo. extremely fine. 26. 3 . 230. obv. M. obv. rex ANGO. (London). type 1). rev. + harold rex this rev. rev.. ^elfnod ON LEAL (" Cealchythe Chelsea). Penny. Penny. 3). rex 1 *#* From 168 the Brice collection. 3).

1). reading. +pvlfpard on DO. and It probably belongs to the first coinage of Harold most in type the coins of Edward the Confessor. very an un1 published type of this rare mint . same ang. same type. possibly unique 26. (Warwick). reading. similar type to lot 162. which has pax on the rev. reading to the right with sceptre. is legend commencing at bottom to left. rev. same anglo. +leofred on lri. +^ELFPinE Oh BRYL (Bristol). (Winchester). Dover. +HAROLD a very 1 very fine. 232 . reading. . (Hhs. 1). (Bud. ii. fine and 1 175 Penny. rev. type 6). rev. (Bud. crowned +leofpine on bri. reading. 26. a very rare mint. rare mint *. Mus. +ELFPI on herefordi (Hereford).£* obv. (Wilton). Cat. 5). Bristol. 26. type. obv. Head to left. fine. specimen. rev. +haroldrex angl . + harold rex Ai. same type. fine. pi. as it collections. 1 178 Penny. type. . xxxi. Boyne II. 3). 26. Winchester. very fine. 26. . Cat. a var. p. rex anglo. fine and scarce rex 1 174 Penny. obv. same type. between two rev. Penny. + HAROLD pn. (Rud. [PL I] 1 Penny. left . (Worcester). a very rare mint +harold rex rev. 231 B. Cricklade. 26. Bud. (Bud. B. no sceptre . Across field and . an exceedingly . +^elfpold on pilti. rev. fine. Worcester. reading. instead of to the +HARALD RE. as UNIQUE (1) * * # 1 From the Devonshire. Hereford. Steyning. . From the Ford collection. n. Bristol. (Cricklade). reading obv. reading. fine. +patemon on pri. 1 Hks. but the bust obv. 3). . pi. very fine. . Martin. 26. retrograde. rev. obv. obv. 3). Murchison. M. 26. 167. Warwick. 1). 1 *** From 179 the Addington collection.. . an excessively rare mint of this reign. approaches 176 Penny. a. lines %* 177 pax. a rare type From the Brice collection. angl. an extremely rare mint 1 172 Penny. (Steyning). (Bristol). (Rud. obv. (Rud. (Hild. +HAROLD rex fine. + HAROLD rex A. Hks. 171 Penny. . describes the Brit. + leofril on pihre. PAX on retrograde. obv. rev. 3). M. xxxn. 3). +anderbode on scarce 26. (Dover). var. same type. +HAROLD rev. (Rud. Wilton. rev. + dermon on st^eni. +harold rex angl. (Bud. rex angL. same type.22 170 Penny. . obv. reading. same type. rare mint 1 173 Penny.

fications. "Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain". reading obv. + pillemvs rex a. • Pen ny. rex I. in which catalogue was attri- 184 Penny. (Hks. 233). another. same type. Hawkins. A sale catalogue is scarcely the place to vent new theories though several coins in this collection would suggest considerable modi. Hastings. I] 1 "%* From 183 the Brice collection. within circle (Hks.. Cross with floriated ends. i. 233). an .23 ENGLISH COINS (After the Conquest). both rare 2 * For obvious reasons the classification of the coins of William I and II as proposed by Hawkins has been adopted. j 185 Penny. + pillemvs rex N.. . rev. same type. + pillemvs rex rev. sceptre rev . both j fine and rare 2 1 *** No. + brand on pallin. (Hks. rev. +pillemv. 233). Eomney. same type. Hastings. an unpublished type of this mint annulet in centre Rod. rex a. Bristol.estl. (Hks. reading obv. +DVNNIE ON . same type.. reading obv. + pillelmv. + pillemvs rex an. a rare type of this mint 1 collection (lot 2). and " Silver Coins of England" 3rd edition. very fine.. Bust of king to left. . 180 Pen ny. Bedford. + PVLFRED ON LATPAL. same type. rev. rex rev. I. all . (Hks. +lifpine ON brilesi. rev. reading obv. rev. obv. as the preceding *** From the York Moore and Addington collections. 1 186 Penny. +illemv. Wallingford. {Hks. fine . it mi. 182 from the Wigan collection. same type.. extremely 1 fine and rare. reading obv. another. 7). extremely fine and very rare. same type. to a. fine.* 1066-1087.. unpublished type of this mint [PI.. + pvlfmer on rv. Dover. reading obv. reading obv. pi. . 233). 233 very rare. crowned + sibrand ON bedl. same type. reading obv. 233). . WILLIAM The References are to I (the Conqueror). 1 *** From the Wakeford 181 collection.d. + lolspegen on *** From the Bieber buted to Chichester. rev. of "Winchester. a rare type of this scarce mint *** From the Neville Kolfe collection. rex a. Ruding. + manpine on dovo. + pillelmv. very fine. (Hks. 233). before. of Canterbury. Penny. Penny. . fine. + lvfinl ON PINLE. . + pillemvs rex a.

GIPEL. 234). *** From (Hks. +edpine on lvdel. is small. unique and unpublished left. rev. Hks. + pillemv. Bust of king to crowned . before. unique which is of this mint. reading obv. obv.. 149 . both type. rev. London. of which this type is unpublished 1 i. 192 Penny. extremely fine and an excessively rare type From the Bergne and Brice collections. p. obv. York. rev. + hardvl ON EOF. rex . same type. 4). annulet in centre . + pillemvs rex A. in the British Museum 1 *** From the Marsham Num. reading + pillemv. both fine and 2 rare 191 Penny. rev. Chron. but the head of the king. extremely fine 1 and probably unique *#* From the 189 Cuff. rev. pyramid surmounted by pellet in each angle (Hks.. . rev. rev. + pillemv. 190 Penny. but with large bust to right . Shrewsbury. +liofpine on sta. I. reading obv. Cricklade. Bergne. 234).. (Hks. very fine and rare 2 195 Penny. 233. 234). NS. +pillemv8VI. xiv. (Hks. reading + ^egelbriht on obv. Stafford.. This coin is referred to in vol. Hereford. an excessively rare mint. 234 . rex . p. very fine. 1 ^egelril ON her. reading obv. rev. 2). same type. lvl. same type. + PILLEMVS REX . collection (lot 222). 1 the Bergne and Brice collections. Stamford. an extra *** From the Brice collection. (Hks. extremely fine. (Hks. . . +pvlfpineon and Brice a. crowned (Bonnet type). pi. + pillemvs rex I. 193 Penny. + pillemvs rex i... 1 196 Penny. . lrie. which Ipswich. sceptre (figured in Num. . same type. 233. reading obv. note 33. j another. + brihtm^er on pall. +eolril on 2R0BE2BI. same type. I. p. + pillemvs rex i.. is within a circle obv. same rev.. rev. (Hks. very fine and rare + pillemvs REX. reading obv. reading obv. of which this an unpublished type *** From the Middleton is 1 collection. Wallingford. Voided each limb ending in two crescents . 235). well preserved.. 354.24 187 Penny. obv. . Suppl. rare mint [PI. cross. and only one other specimen of this type known. . rex. London. but without sceptre before bust (Bud. rev. 234). +godpine on 8TEFF0R. collections. 234). same type. + garvlf on pihre. 234. Chron. *** similar type to Hks. pi. + pillemv rex +leofred on Bust of king facing. of Worcester. ix. Penny. sceptre + pillemv. similar type to Hks. Bud. similar type to Hks. reading obv. before. a very rare mint.. 188 Penny. in fair condition. 170). of Gloucester. reading +SILAL ON glepele. a very fine coin. another. I] 1 194 Penny. vol. rex i. rev. .

reading obv. very fine. Bust of king facing. 5). +BRIHTPI. 2 from Archdeacon Pownall's collection. rev. alil ON eofrpil . rex . served. 236). same anglo. I. 206 1 from the Wakeford and no. in perfect condition. very fine. and Brice # 201 Penny. Quadrilateral compartment with floriated ends within circle . (Hks. +PILLEMV. 236). (Hks. readrev. . type. York. Penny. Lewes. mint pi. Bergne. same type. Durrant. very rare. + s^epeard on exell. rex angolii . Penny. (Hks. crowned. rex ang. sceptre. 236). same type. rev. reading obv. reading AN. an unpublished type of this 1 "%* From the Brice 198 collection. pi. very rare 199 Penny. same type. circle. an unpublished type of this mint 1 202 Penny. as the preceding 1 rev. of London. From the Kirk collection (1884). +PILLEMV. +GODPINE on oxene. 237). + brand on pallingl. obv. I] RE. rev. +pilem. York. same type. . * * From the Henderson. very fine + pillem. inner circle of dots on both sides. +pillemvs rex. . 1 200 Penny. same type.. 236). Penny. Exeter. coin Exeter. (Hks. I] 1 %* 203 From the Addington collection. (Hks. London.. obv. Penny. in centre. 237). .. another. I. . rev. on malme. Exeter.. Oxford. a rare type of this mint collections. + pillem. and a rare mint \* 207 .. same type. in centre. End. crowned. same type. reading obv. + supine on amtv. 1). very fine and *** From the Brice collection. (Hks. same type. I. Bristol. reading obv. Bust facing. +leofpine"on brl.. rev. obv. rex AN. reading obv. 237). all within circle. + ^elfpine on exei. very fine and rare [PI.25 197 Penny. scarce 2 205 Penny.. another. godpine on lvndi. reading . rev. rex ang. on either side. annulet (Hks. Young. both well ing + pillem. +pillemvs rex 1 rev. Within circle cross flory over cross bottonnee . rev. (Hks. ANGElor. very fine and +PILLEMVS REX 1 rare 204 Penny. + ovdgrim on EOF. rex 1 rev. pre. obv. both scarce 2 *** No.. rev. Wallingford. fine .. rex angloi. very fine and rare [PI. reading obv. 4-vhtred on lvdnel. 237). very fine and a very rare type of this mint 1 . ospold on l^penl. +PIELM. reading obv. +pvlfpine ON exei. (Hks. of Southampton. same type. rev. (Hks. (Hks. same type. Malmesbury. + pilem. extremely fine and very rare. 237). under a canopy . reading obv. re. 236. 237 : Bud. . +pillem.

on lvndn. of Wilton. reading obv. . 215 Penny. and a rare type of this mint 1 *** From 211 the Addington collection. crowned. Penny. fine. same type. + lid oin m^rlebh. HERL. I] .26 208 Penny. very fine..£* From the Gibbs collection. same ANGLO. fine. rex gifl. Marlborough. +pillem. 237). rex anl. +pillem. same type. type. on either a star all within circle rev. reading REX ANG. Bust rev. Penny. Ilchester. unpublished. . +brihtm^er on pall. 1 * from the Bieber and from the Addington collection. +pillem. 238). Within circle cross bottonnee over quadrilateral ornament with 1 pellet at each angle. +pillem. +speatlinl on pin. rev.. 237). (Hks. same type. 238). reading obv. +pillelm. facing. Bust .. . between two sceptres as Hks. fine and 1 a rare type of this very scarce mint [PI. This is an interesting coin. obv.. very fine and rare *. rex 1 ai.. 237)... 237. + LIOFRED on 214 Penny. rev. of king. same type. rex an. + leofpold 2 ON 209 pit. (Hks. +pillem. Bud. Hereford. both scarce * * No. (Hks. + edpa. obv. as on the preceding coin. . 10). obv. (Hks.. very fine and a rare type of this 1 *** From the Bergne and Brice collections. Wilton. same type. reading rex anl rev. 1 exceedingly rare type of this scarce mint %* From the Warne collection. anl mint rev. fine. rev. I. +SIEVARD ON pilt. pi. . 238 . (Hks. Penny. 237). +pillem. deotfo. Winchester.. ^egelpine on 238). +^eglpine on crowned. +pillem. LREL. +pillem. Cricklade. same type. 1 rex angl. facing. + pillemvs rex no. reading obv. 1 scarce 212 Penny. rev. (Hks. Cross bottonnee over quadrilateral ornament with pellet at each angle. rev. side. obv. reading obv. reading obv. . same type. London. another. (Hks. as it shows that types 237 and 238 of Hawkins were nearly contemporaneous and may have been struck by the same king. rex rev. . + LENRIL ON reading obv. and an . very fine and scarce *** From the Gibbs collection. 238. WILLIAM 213 I op WILLIAM II. unique *** From the Howard and Brice collections. as Hks. 216 Penny. (Hks. rex angl. Wallingford. Thetford. very fine and *** From the Shepherd collection (lot 117). 210 Penny. 2 ai. very fine .

240). very fine and unique 1 [PL I] "%* From the Addington reverse of this coin is like that of Harold II (Hks. the second *** No. 218 1 an unpublished type of the Oxford mint from the Bieber and no.. 1 224 Penny. fine. same type. rex. rev.. 239). + pideman on pal. trefoil in each angle. c. Bergne. + pillem. ai. in the angles of which are the letters PSXS. REX AN. Bust of king to right crowned. + pillem. 239). p. rex rev. crowned. fine *#* From the Shepherd collection (Hks. of Oxford.. + liford on linlo. I. Bust of king to right.. rex ani. (Hks. rex. 238). re. (Hks. 238). another. It may have been struck as an experiment. and Brice collections. very fine. 239). pi. rev. extremely fine and excessively rare. Winchilsea. + GOLDPINE ON . rex O. reading obv. and very rare 1 obv. . &c.. PINLL. +pillem. right. rex 1 + alnod on saft. each within a circle (Hks. 1 . being an unpublished %* From type of this mint [PI. 6).) For same moneyer (see lot 220). obv. + edpi. +pillelm.27 217 Penny. reading obv. when it was proposed to place the word pax on the coins (see Hks. j Shaftesbury. rev. rex. fine.. holding sceptre in right hand. rex. Lewes. 2 from the Wakeford collection. rev. Lincoln. pillelm. obv. London. unpublished moneyer and type of this . +leofvild om and between two lines ptcx (see lepe. On 221 Penny. Montagu considered that this coin was probably a pattern. obv.. Across field Hks. + godpine on oxsne.. collection. Wallingford. both 2 well preserved. sceptre. 1 and rare collection (lot 114).. 219 Penny. same AN. of exceedingly %ne fabric. Penny. Bust of king to [PL I] *^* From the Shorthouse account of the great breadth of the cross on the rev. with (as Hks. I] the Cuff. Large cross patt6e within circle. 239 . + pillem. same type. 239). Rud. +EDPOPLD type. (Hks. The 225 Penny. 170). 230). NODIR... *** From the Shepherd 222 Penny. same type. collection. Lewes. reading obv. +pillelm. reading obv.. (Hks. I. Winchester. Mr. same type. +LEEFVILD OM LEPE. the squareness of the letters in the legends and the general excellence of style. reading obv. holding sceptre in right hand . reading rev. (Hks. same type. + pillem. rev. +pillelm. on lvndel. Within circle large cross patted. and unpublished of this 1 mint 220 Penny. extremely fine. + pillem. a rare type *** From the Bryce collection. same type. (Hks. rev. mint 1 223 Penny. and a rare type of this mint (lot 119). reading fine ofo. +^estan on pinll. rev. 238). Norwich. rev.

(Sandwich) + ^ELNOD ON SL^EFT. + edril on lvnd. "Pax" type (Hks. moneyers. . lection ON 230 afg^et ON glepil. unpublished. (Wallingford). rare. + pillelm. 227 Pennies.ESTAN ON + d^edric on hrtfi. (Salisbury). (Maldon). (Bristol) . + godpine o. "Pax" (London). Ford collection + .elpord . (Bardsey). . Brice collection Ford collection . + DVNIL ON HSTANL. all very fine 6 Pennies. 240). + osmier ON bad. 241. (Steyning) rare (Salisbury). unpublished. . . (Dorchester). Large cross pattee with pjfxs in angles. moneyers. . (Dover) . + afg^et on glepi. 241). Ford 233 + ^lfen ON SANDP. all fine + ^elfhen on pefns. Ford collection + VLF ON linlolie (Lincoln) + edpi on (Hythe). moneyers. LL i. (Romney). (Hastings).nordp. + Pennies. (Ipswich) . moneyers. (London). holding sceptre in right hand over left shoulder. (Gloucester). + LOLBLAL ON bril. type (Hks. (Bath). (Hereford) tion. lvndnei. (Bristol). 1 rex. Brice collection. Foi'd collec(Shaftesbury). Civitas (Can(Bristol). (Hastings) + L. (Norwich). + . 229 Pennies. + godpine on SiER. ON oxne. as in lot 225 . . unpublished and very rare. rare. + sepine on ^exele. rev. collection + pvlm^er on rvm. + godril ON cntl. rev. +SPETMAN . Brice collection . (Thetf ord). + DVNIL ON H. + dvrbrn on stni. 2 is usually given to Peterborough. (Southwark) + ^ELFPINE OM DTF. mostly very fine 6 Pennies. . + Alfred on lntl. rare pvlfpord on sta. (Ilchester). rare. moneyers. 5 . (Huntingdon). Brice collection + LIFPORD ON SVDI. 4 *** No. very fine and very rare From the Beaworth Find and the Addington collection. moneyers. very rare exceedingly rare. same type. (Hks. + gifl. (Bath). . +spein on brils. . . +LIFPINE ON DOFRE + semier on ^xel. +^eglpine on PALI.28 226 Penny. . (Exeter). (Pevensey). I. Ford collection . money ers. Ford . 4). 241). Ford Collection. +SEPORD ON +OTER ON DORLEST. It was a mint under Henry I. reading obv. Brice colterbury). some very fine 6 228 Pennies. + godpine on s^eri. HRFI. 241). pi. "Pax" type (Hks. + lolblal on brilii. (Stamford). 241).. Sharp collection. +SIPORD ON pinle. + SPR^ELLINL ON Li. 232 (Oxford). rare. Ford collection. but Bardsey seems a much more probable attribution.ESTI. + OS2LER on bad. . (Canterbury). Bergne and Brice mostly very fine collections. 241). +edred on hide. Bud. Bust facing crowned. "Pax" Type (Hks. very rare. (Hertford). obv. "Pax" type (Hks. *** . e.elfpine on isle. all very fine 6 tion. "Pax" bard. (Exeter) + ^elfpine on hvt. 241). Ford collection . all fine. Winchester. type (Hks. "Pax" type (Hks. (Chichester). (Gloucester) + pvlfpine on lip. collec- mostly very fine 6 231 Pennies. . extremely rare.

. reading obv. 241). "Pax" type (Hks. obv. +PIEHXSEION gifli. (Wilton) + sefmroi on piti. all fine . 242. unpub. 243). . Bardsey. (Exeter).estan on pine. Hks. 235 Pennies. especially second piece which unpublished (var. (Warwick) + BALDRIE ON PIHR. seivler ON jexel.erd on (Worcester). Large cross right pattee over quadrilateral ornament with trefoil at each angle . obv. with no ornament on brihtpold on etli. 243). all . but no inner circle around bust. all very fine 6 pih. 5 (Leicester). rex l. + brvman on the (Chichester). same type (Hks. an unpublished type of this mint \ *** From 240 the Marsham collection (lot 231). 243 . . 241. . +LEOFPOLD on pine. Bud. 243).. Brice Collection. 13). same type (Hks.. all fine and very rare 237 Penny. Winchester. reading rex I. 242).. reading obv. (Worcester) + sepine ON piltv. very fine and very rare. Southwark. . very fine and rare %* From the Shepherd collection (lot 1 116). "Pax" type (Hks. moneyers. rev. (Wincester). others (2) as Hks. and + godrie ON lehre. + pillelm. + pillelm. rev. 1 . (Wareham) (Salisbury). + vrdbrn on efrp. hand holding sword rev. moneyers. + lifpine on svde. (Canterbury) + semoneyers. j Brice collection. reading +PILLELM. an excessively rare type 1 *** From 238 the Sharp collection. moneyers. rex . Penny. Ford collection. + pine on piltv. pi. . +osbern on SERB. 241). 1 extremely fine and rare *** From the Brice collection. + sidelol on peri. + ^estan ON PINLE. j . unpublished. same type with annulet on right shoulder lie. within circle (Hks. very fine and rare * * !* From the Marsham collection (lot 232)... + . 243). all from the Marsham Collection another with annulet on left shoulder and three pellets on right moneyer. Marsham Col5 lection. (Wilton). lished. . + DREIL ON PERIL. "Pax" type shoulder . I. moneyer. brihtpine on lvn. both Marsham Collection .elfg. facing. Penny. 241 Penny. Ilchester. . + sepord on bardi. another as Hks. +pillelm. somewhat rubbed but is excessively rare. crowned. same type (Hks. Bust of king. (London). Winchester. rex . same type (Hks. (York). of this scarce mint (see note to lot 228) fine. obv. +pillelmrex rev.29 234 Pennies. rev. 236 Pennies. 241. (Wilton) and another with blundered legends. 239 Penny.

+ sword in right hand . with pellet in each angle (Hks. Leicester. II] pillelm rex l. 249 Penny. 239 and 245 of Hawkins. 243 +pillelm. + lifpin. crowned. 242 Penny. l. 1087-1100. same as last. The great Marsham 248 collection. + lifpine on dofrl. 1 rev. and holding short sword. . Bust of king to right. + brvnstan on stn. and only an illegible one in collection.. same type (Hks. obv. same type (Hks.. rev. + leefvild om lepe. II] *** From This coin is of the Murchison.. of very fine fabric. Penny. same type (Hks. rex . rev. 244 . that no specimen occurred in the Murchison.. fine and very rare. + pillelm. Within circle large cross patt6e. . Bergne.. the same mint and by the same moneyer as lot 225. annulet in centre. Penny. +pillelm. Dover. sword in right hand . crowned and holding sword &sHks. 244). an unpublished type of this mint 1 246 247 Penny. Quatrefoil enclosing . Steyning. extremely fine. Bustof king to right. 2) fine and rare Penny. trefoil each angle as Hks. 220 and is also of the same fine fabric.d. on leste. crowned rev. each within a circle. an unpublished type Bristol. obv. unpublished and probably 1 UNIQUE [PI. Shepherd. rex l. 1 Suppl. all within circle (Hks. + ^elfr<ed ON lvnd. fine and rare *** From theBrice collection. + brihtpord on bril. same type (Hks. or Brice collections. 244). Bust of king to right. rev. reading obv. 245). and Brice collections. 244 Penny. in the angles of which are the letters ptcxs. crowned. 244). reading rev. + pillelm. 1 245 Penny.30 WILLIAM a. Large cross patt6e over cross flory. reading obv. and by the same money er as no. London. It is of considerable importance as it connects the types nos. uupublished and unique [PL II] *** From Miss Williams' collection (Sotheby 1889). +brvnil ON tampr.. II (Rufus). rex (var. Lincoln. of this mint 1 obv. Hks. obv. large cross patt£e. as Hks. + pillelm. Bud. rev. 245. rex.. 239. rev. +liford on linlo. as it forms a connecting link between types nos. Like the preceding piece it is also of importance. very fine and a rare mint [PI. + pillelm. in Large cross pattee within circle. pi. 1 extremely fine. . Tamworth. reading obv. This coin is of the same mint. 244). Lewes. well preserved but pierced. obv. Bergne. I. 240. extremely fine all within circle 1 and of the highest rarity *** From the Shorthouse rarity of this type is shown by the fact. 245 and 240 of Hawkins. rex i. which may therefore have been contemporaneous. 245) Bust of king to right. rex . It may therefore have been a pattern.

obv. Bust of king facing. +ordpi on hirfrd. reading obv. rev. crowned. pellet at each angle. (Hks.. obv. well preserved and very rare. reading obv. +PILLELM. type same as last. sword in right hand rare type rev. *** From 253 Penny. Bergne. Bust of king. Hereford. 246). Rochester. (Hks. but no annulet in centre of cross on rev. +DVRBRN ON STEN. same I. + SIGOD ON bedfrl.. 1 251 Penny. . enclosing large cross pattee with circle in centre. 247 . as is the only known specimen of this type of 1 mint the Wakeford collection. being an unpub1 mint obv. 11). same type (Hks. fine and an exceedingly rare mint. Bust of king facing. same type (Hks. Steyning. in right hand . type of this mint (Hks. Taunton. obv. rev. 246). rex . very fine and rare From Archdeacon Pownall's collection. reading obv. crowned. Penny. Cross flory over quadrilateral ornament with pellet at each Guildford. didril on lvni. + pillelm. all within circle. 248 . rare. same type rev. 3).. reading obv. Montagu the Rochester (Hks. +hopeord on NOR. Norwich. all within circle (Hks. 246). being an unpublished 1 %* From the Cuff. Penny. and very rare. Quatrefoil with right hand holding sword . + LIFIL ON %* 252 same type (Hks. Bedford. + pillelm. 246). Warwick. + DIDR^ED ON 1 PRIP. + pillelm. rev. . facing. very fine and very rare. rev. 246).. same type (Hks. 1 257 Penny. reading leieles. same type (Hks. crowned. Winchester. all within circle..fine and extremely lished type of this obv. 247). 256 + PILLELM. rofl. angle rare . 259 +pillelmi. re. Bud. 246). London.v. pi. rev. REX. I. + gvdrvm on notes that this Mr. 248). rl. pi. reading rev. where was attributed to Norwich. fine and a very 1 258 Penny. very fine and rare *** From Archdeacon Pownall's collection... rev. on right of head star . Penny. Bud. + ^elfril ON sceptre gde. +PILLELM re. and Brice collections. rev. same type (Hks. Penny. + pillelm. . reading obv. fine + pillelm. + ^elfpine on tan. of which this is an unpublished type 1 255 *** From the Wakeford collection. .. rex rev. Large cross pattee over cross flory. very fine and rare obv. . +pillelm.. rl. fine and a very 1 and unpublished the type of this very scarce mint it *** From 260 Marsham collection (lot 242). reading rex .. Chester. I. 246). very fine and rare *** From the Brice collection. re. 1 Penny. II] 1 254 Penny.31 250 Penny. . eolbern on pinl. being an unpublished type of this mint [PI. rex.

. 248). +PILLELM.. re. procoin of this mint. same type (Hks. 248). Bust of king facing. pinee. extremely fine and an unpublished ... rev. extra fine. + Adlbold on lvnd. 250). I. rex. ki. + tODARD Bud. Sudbury. same type (Hks. an unpub1 mint collection (lot 118). rex rev. lished type of this mint (see note to lot 264). pi. rev. type of this mint 1 * * # From the Marsham collection (lot 243). reading obv. with annulet at each end. +pillelm. reading obv.. 270 Penny. Malmesbury. Penny. 8). London. very fine and an extremely rare and unpub1 lished type of this mint collection. re. 250). Cross pattee voided over cross ringed. Lincoln. extremely fine and rare [PL II] * * From the Brice collection. I. 1 + ielfril ON 262 and rare [PL II] * * # From the Brice collection. Bergne. Cross pattee voided over cross ringed. Ipswich. +pillelm. rex. 1 rev. same type (Hks. 250). (Hks. . very fine obv. obv.. London. rev. *^* From the Brice This moneyer did not put the usual on 265 after his name (see also lot 270). crowned. reading obv. reading obv. side of head . very fine and rare. +pillelm. star +pillelm. *** From the Shepherd 264 Penny. well preserved and of the highest rarity. same type (Hks. as on the preceding coin. + simier on LNTLI. + sepord on malme. +ERIL ON bably a unique glde. re. . +pvlford on in. the ends of the cross ringed are not circular but in crooks 268 form of 1 269 Penny. 1 * * # From the Brice collection. same type (Hks. being +pillelm. +pillelm.. 248). rev. 250).. i. pvlfpord on lin. + pillem. Guildford. # Penny. unpublished 1 *** From 267 the Eansom collection. 1 (Hks. Penny. same as last. 9). same type (Hks. . obv.32 261 Penny.. same type (Hks. "Winchester.. 1 263 Penny. Bust of king facing. reix. * * From the Durrant. +GODARD pinre.. 250). Dymock. and Brice # 266 Penny. fine and rare +pillelm. very fine and rare on each collections. reading gipi.. and very rare. +hadbrand ON svb. Bud. 250 . fine and extremely lished type of this rare obv. obv. Penny. reading rev.. same type (Hks. reading rev. Winchester.e. being an unpub. all within circle. pi.. Canterbury. rex rev. rev. and slightly differing in type of rev. reading obv. 249 . rare. crowned . annulet in centre .

[ + ] DORT ON hANTV. 271 Penny.. rev. same type {Hks. Ipswich. and very rare. very fine and of great rarity. 252 . reading obv. all within circle (Hks.. above and below. same type (Hks. i. 1100-1135. +HNRI. fine and unique of this type and mint .. Bud. REX. . reading rev. 1 "%* From the Wigan and Brice 273 collections. same type (Hks. 7). lilestr. ex NL. an unpublished type of this mint the 1 "%* From 279 Marsham collection (lot 253). Ornament of four curved and four ringed angular sides. +HNRI. + 1ienrilvs rex a. 1 274 Penny. type 4 . rev. Rochester. +hENRi. Penny. very fine and extra rare. 1 *** From 278 Found in Somersetshire. obv... p A + across Bust field facing. + godril ON stein. and also an unpublished type of this mint . pi. being an unpublished moneyer. obv. rex + PVLSI. 276 Penny. Canterbury. crowned . 253 . 6). Bud. ON LNTLEI. 272 Penny. two annulets. pi. +HNRI. pi. . 253). 251). annulet in centre (Hks. very fine and very rare *** From the Addington collection. fine and extra rare. very fine and very rare [PI. + brand o. 15). Within circle cross obv. Bust of king facing. and also unpublished of this mint e. I. pi. crowned. Suppl. in each angle. + hnrllx nl. 251).d. Suppl. 1 277 Penny. reading obv. re. rex + pinnr^ed on lei. 253). no inner circle . fine and one of the rarest types of this 1 reign. + hENRi. 251).. Steyning. rev. obv. rev. rev. on either flory . Bust of king facing. same type (Hks. REX. in good state. i. P . pyramid inwards.. same type (Hks. Penny. obv. 4-brihtil ON PLIGL. very fine and very rare Chester. Chichester. Bust of king facing. holed. -h^elstan on rof.. an unpublished type of this mint the Shepherd collection. Southampton. crowned annulet. Cross flory within circle. reading obv. Penny. 9). rev. enclosing annulet (Hks. . .. terminating in three (HJcs. I...33 HENRY I. +hENRi. n. within circle. side. rev. REX. +HRNRI. + EDPINL on latn. being an unpublished type of this mint 1 275 Penny. + lvfpine ON gip. 1 *** From the Nottingham Find and the Toplis collection. II] %* From the Whitbourn and Marsham (lot 245) collections. Bud.. and between two lines . rev. Wallingford. a. Canterbury. Suppl. pellets 1 251 Bud. crowned. reading obv.

crowned. in good state and extremely an unpublished 1 type of this mint *** From 281 the Marsham collection (lot 259). 288 Penny. same type (HJcs. 1 287 Penny. 255). upon a cross flory with pellet in each angle (HJcs. line. . + sm^epin. Large three-quarter bust to left. left. fine and a rare mint same as last. (Eks. obv. Suppl pi n. Southwark. crowned before. type 4 . flory at angles. Suppl. rev. . 6. on lvnde. + henrievs. engraved from this reading obv. reading obv. + IienriEVS rex an. II. + lepine ON svtp. Penny. +RIMVNT ON +1ienri. . + [pv]lfpine on type of this Within cross pierced in the centre (HJcs. 6). very fine and rare 1 285 Penny. 286 Penny. pi mint 3). obv. rev.. pin. t. 255). angle. London. same type (Hks. Penny. 6). Gloucester. to Penny. 254). Winchester. and mint illegible.. pi. + Iienrilvs Marsham rev. 256. Bud. similar type. 255 . + tIivrs. coin). Bud. rex. Oxford. . rev. pi tJiis i. an unpublished Bud. Full-faced bust with canopy-shaped rev. Hastings. II. circle. but varied in having a pellet in each rev. angle of the cross on the (Bud.. 1 *** From the Brice 284 collection. (HJcs. reading + rapvlf ON oxenn. and Brice collections. + bonifaee on hAS. 1 fine and excessively rare *** From the 282 collection (lot 258). on glopel. reading obv. as HJcs. 14). *.£* and within the usual an extremely rare circle type. + hENRiEVS rex Marsham rev. same type with small full-faced bust ... +henri. but cracked. but with smaller bust than . 254 rare. reading obv. . obv. + GODRIE on Lincoln... flory sceptre rev. obv. sceptre. Cross potent with annulet in each . rev. Bud.34 280 Penny. crowned and holding sceptre . before. very 1 and rare *** From the collection (lot 250). . Exeter. Bust iex.. Bust to left. ?. Tressure of four sides. 257. (HJcs. rex. Murchison. Suppl pi rare. but rev. ri. 1 From the Marsham collection (lot 246)... fine 1 unpublished of mint From the Cuff. same type usual fine . very fine and very rare +henri. with obv. fine and very 1 283 Penny. crown and with sceptre . extremely rare * Quatrefoil enclosing five annulets .

London. somewhat rubbed. crowned . El. lis in each angle of Carlisle. +slfgar . reading obv. vol.* From 295 the Marsham collection (lot 253). I. obv. 296 Penny. Chron.. reading obv. +DVRANT ON LARLL.. Suppl. viz. same type (Hks. but with a fine and of the highest rarity *** From the Cuff. Suppl. rev. rev. this one and three in the British Museum . Small bust in NILOL. hENRit. Bust of King. and armour. and Webb (lot 27) collections. pi. and reading obv. facing. in two concentric II. 264). but with an ornament on the obv. Murchison. Wigan. with sceptre lvndene portrait. +GODRIL ON cross pattee. +1ienrilvs re. flory over tressure of four sides 292 Penny.. rev. rose. Neck. . with *** From the Bergne and Rostron (lot 35) collections. p. Lincoln. profile to left. son of Stephen. [on] small cross in centre (var. a fine portrait and an extremely ran type 1 rev. Bust of king to right in helmet sceptre. . Bud. obv. Hawkins p. facing. d 2 . 177) From the Cuff. London. p. with same moneyer's and mint names. and Eostron collections. wearing pointed crown . before. sceptre in right hand. See also lot 360 for coin of William. Whitbourn. . iv. Penny. obv.. + hen. .ENRir.. n. rev. Southwark. pellet also in each angle of cross (Num. Suppl. star and ornament on right .. of the highest rarity and the best prerev. 262. circles I. crowned. pi. 263 the rarest types of this reign . 258.. rev. + willem. star. " Lady in the North. cracked. on right. . hEN . +h. Within circle quatrefoil. . obv. same type (Hks. obv. Bust to before which. Montagu pos- sessed a fifth (see next lot). line.. [ + h'E]NR. pi.vs R. crowned.. 262). and Webb 1 (lot 32) collections. Quatrefoil with ornament in each angle. fine for this extremely rare type * re. Large annulet in each angle (Hks. +1ienri. but one of 1 %. two floral ornaments . but Mr. enclosing cross . +pvlfpine on lvnd. 146). in front. Marsham. . 10). 1 From the Bergne and Rostron (lot 34) collections.. very fine and a unique 1 type of this rare mint (see Hks.. Iienrievs. 290 Penny. on CRST. Bust of king. Lincoln.. Murchison. Chichester. before the king's face . llud. Penny. on svtdvr. . 258).. fine and very rare 1 Penny. — served of the very *** From the 291 Cuff." and Brice A collections. + [p]vlepine — 1 . same type as last (Hks. 174. Neck. states that only four specimens of this type are known. 6). rev. left. Southwark. .. enclosing cross (Hks. 3). fine and unique 1 *** From the Dymock. sceptre in right hand . +alga[r on] svdper. Bud. few known specimens Wigan.. Penny. ON. Cross with lis at each angle .35 289 Penny. 263). REX. Hks. *** 293 294 quatrefoil (Hks.

Durrant. Winchester. +RABVLF ON lvnde. ... + Iienril. . star on right . 7). Wareham. same type (Hks. and the armour much decorated reading obv. Bust of king in profile to left Tresbefore. REX . ." and Penny. rev. + GOTcracked. and probably a unique combination of these types 1 *** From the Cuff.. but with smaller head and larger bust than usual + h. star in each angle (as Hks. 265 . and Brice collections. Murchison. Bud. rev.. same type (Hks. sceptre . before face. when in the Cuff collection (seep. reading obv. with excel. quarters rev. angle of crosses on rev. pi. especially of this mint the *** From 303 Warne collection. London. holding sceptre potent on cross obv. 5). n. facing. an excellent portrait and a rare St. 6). Wilton. sure of four sides. 176). 265). rev. crowned.vs R. Within double circle. . 265). London. "a 1 *** From the 300 Cuff. &c. and not published of this mint + brvnig ON piltv.. cross potent on cross flory. sceptre in right hand . 265). probably the finest portrait on any reign. fine 1 and very rare. as on lot 301 . rev. + Iienrilvs R. rare [PL II] known coin of this 1 *** From the Brice 301 collection. but with lozenge (?)ineach . rev. and an extremely rare 1 type. reading obv.36 297 Penny. This coin was described by Hawkins. and Shepherd (lot 122) 299 Penny. extremely rare 266 . rex. very fine. n. Wallingford. 266-267). pine on pinle. three stars . but with a somewhat larger bust than the preceding.. star. slightly 266). 1 mint of which this is an unpublished type [PI. same type (Hks. star in each angle (Hks. edm. threeto right.. same type (Hks.. reading obv. + hENRiL.. an extremely rare type. being an unpublished type of this mint crowned + edr[il]vs on bristo. + sperravot on par. rex. Long cross voided with *** From the Brice collection. open trefoil in each angle springing from the outer circle (Hks. .ENRiLVS lent portrait R. + b. + osvlf on pe[li]gl. Bristol. 1 very fine. Suppl. pi. Penny. flory at angles. extremely fine.ENRir. facing. obv. 304 Penny. Penny. Bust of king. very fine. I. rev. obv. Brice collections. Edmundsbury. 298 *** From the Marsham collection (lot 250). Cross flory. II. Penny. + godril on s. and the armour not so much decorated . -fhENRlE. +hENRl. obv. extremely fine. and rare Murchison. crowned. with sceptre and very similar to the preceding coin rev. Dymock. 267 . II] collections. Bust of king. . Lady in the North. Bud. Bergne. rex. Bud. Half-length figure of king. in good state. pi. fine and 1 302 Penny. same as last . +sigarvs on lvnd. and enclosing star . ornament of three annulets opposite each side (Hks. *** From the Tyssen.

18). fine and rare. rev. Chron. London. fine. pierced mullet in each angle (Hks. 8. collection. the ii. Large cross flory within circle . 308 Penny. Ser. obv. Montagu. This type is a combination of Bud.37 THIRD DAY'S SALE. p. rev. i. Norwich. holding sceptre . + stiefne. rev. Ser. i. Huntingdon. in profile. the Castle Rising Mint by Mr. +stiefn. Bust three quarters to left. It probably belongs to the first issue of Stephen's coinage. reading obv.. fine. I. STEPHEN. Bust three quarters to left. and is Tillett collections. 335. as the preceding coin. Chron. a. Short cross voided within quatrefoil. 265 (Henry I). 16). cross voided. . + godpine on hvn. crowned. For an account of see Num. + h very rare obv. but with smaller bust and moneyer's name. in each angle. circle r. Bud. obv. rev.d. London. extremely rare mint %. Bust to left. vol. Within 269 .. +tierrrid on lvn. LOT 305 Penny. chipped at edge. extremely rare mint and type 1 # From Suppl. trefoil of annulets springing from * * * circle (see Hks. stiefne. 1 pi. r . and the Wakeford collection. somewhat defaced . crowned and holding sceptre. Castle Rising. sceptre in right hand . 1135-1154. 335.. 1 309 Penny. rev. ON lvnd. 268). Brunell. .. p. rev. type 18). *** .. vol. ix. slightly 268). ill. + rodbret on ris. 1 + hvN ON risinge. Bud. +STIEFN R. Castle Rising. Holmes pi. Miles. re. crowned. .. fine ahd rare [PL II] %* From the Linton Find. in. same type (Hks. 268 . 310 Penny. and Marsham (lot 260) collections. obv. 306 Penny. + stiefne. Durrant. same type (Hks. 1 pi.* From the Tyssen. and Hks. unpublished mint * From the Bergne (lot 330) and Brice collections. same type legend not legible. fine and rare From the Trattle. 1 307 Penny. obv. + pillem on nor.. ix. This coin figured in Num. reading obv. lis at each angle (Hks.

270). Penny. and with lis internally at each Gloucester. same type vol. pi.. both fine. termination (Hks. in. 1 + rodbert on lvn. very fine. 270. [ on 1 312 Penny. reading stiefne re. reading obv. and the Toplis collection. and No. reading obv. Nottingham. in. crowned. reading obv. Canterbury. as Hks. +PIBERT Cross moline pierced at each end. 8). and the Wakeford Penny. VII. reading obv. reading obv. II] *** From the Edmonds. sceptre.. bert ON LAN.. . 270.. 270). rex . London. same type (Hks. reading obv. of Hereford. as Hks. 270). rev... rev. SNOT. + stifne rex. + step1ianvs rex rev. . obv. . Chron. and believed to be the Whitbourn 318 Penny. . 1 rev. Martin. fine. 270). Ser. . Ill. . very fine and rare + stifne r. 269. . Watchet. another. + fo ON walet. right. and the Toplis collection. . trie. same type (Hks. and Num. LVN. [ + ] stifne rex. NE. on Iierefo.. pi. reading obv. but with large bust and 1 in legends. 1 from the Bergne (lot 331) and Bricef collections *** from the Nottingham Find. +terrid on another. +stiefner. Num. . . a rare mint + Stafford. same type (Hks. in fair preservation. 1 *** From the Nottingham Find.. . on stan. rev. reading godril on stafo. 270). I. reading +S . 314 Penny. same type (Hks. 1 313 Penny. as Hks. . a mint of the highest rarity *** From the Linton Find. +RODobv. + ALPiJne peven. + . 269. \* 320 Both from the Linton Find. Norwich. 17. .. of Oxford.. 269 obv. Penny. Bergne (lot 332) and Brice collections. . rev. and probably unique with this form of mint name vol. (Hks. in right hand. as Hks. Stamford. obv. same type letters 315 (Hks. rev. reading obv. London. Chron. fine. 2 . 270. +STIEFN. +STIEFNE. . fine and scarce From the Young and Brice collections. ill. + spetin[l] on ox. a rare obv. *#* Penny. both fine. 270). + oterlIie on norpl. Ser. Bust of king in profile to gope. a scarce mint. the last a rare mint No. and the Toplis 319 Penny. End. stiefne. From the Nottingham Find. . rev. + stifne. and the Wakeford collection. legend. +SPEIN ON %* 316 rev. rev.. fine.38 311 Penny. +lefsi. +stiefne. mint rev. 1 *** From the Shepherd 317 collection (lot 123). counterstruck across the face with a cross 1 *** From the Addington coin. . the last a scarce 2 collection. collection. and an unpublished mint collection. 115). very fine and rare [PI. same type (Hks. rev. 2 . p. Pevensey.

.. 270. . m. 269.. 270. sbgnotoahxi . in good 323 Penny. of Colchester. of Ipswich. er.. 3 from the Marsham collection.. as Hks. mostly fine 6 *** Nos. . rev. + pv[lfri]l on gran. . 269. 1-5 + edr find. and No. 2. D ON EA . and of Stamford.. . 269. as Hks. and of Shrewsbury. of Norwich (?) +ra . mostly in good state 6 *#* Nos. rare. 1 and 2 from the Linton and no. state. . . 3 *** Nos.N NO.. and the Wakeford collection. a very fine and 1 highly interesting coin *** From the Brice collection. 328 1. . others as Hks. of Leicester. . Hks. of Exeter.. of er on Hastings (?) ON ea. eref. . sist wich. . and 326 of Hereford. the head and neck within a circle . state. . . SAN. mints as Hks. . of Chester. and the Wakeford collection No. . and the Wakeford collection . + BAL 270. 270. Halfpennies. ... . 270. cross pommee.. of Norwich (?) . moneyer. as Hks. as Hks. Cambridge. of AES . 269. Nottingham type similar to Hks. find. well preserved and rare mints find. rie. m. gip . of Sandwich. . . and of Sand. Penny. *** Nos.. L ON SAN.. 2 from the White collection. 270. +GO *** Nos.. from the Linton (I). lvn. of Norwich. of Pevensey. +rapvlf on rie. + stiepner .39 321 Penny. 269 .. 269. unpublished . moneyer. + pvlfril on gipes the last fine. from the Linton and the Wakeford collection. snotig. . and 6 +hAMVND. .. 3 iber . 1 from the Linton Find. with large profile to right. + w]altier on non. ON peven.. . as . Penny. others. 3 from the Nottingham 325 and the Wakeford collection and the Toplis collection. as Hks. as Hks. and a Farthing. the last a rare mint 3 *** All from the Linton Find. . +GODPIN N . mostly fine London. and Winchester (?).. well preserved. moneyer. moneyer. . 327 Halfpennies. 5. . . . . . N. . .. "%* No. moneyer. moneyer. moneyer [ as Hks. SROB Castle Eising (?) as Hks.. ... . and of Here.. 1 and 2 from the Linton Find. tef. hERE. of Norwich. the last two Stamford.. and of others . Halfpennies. Sandwich. 1-4 from the Linton find.. . . +RO[dber]t ON PARD ON ST. . stanfo others as Hks. of Nottingham.. all 3 . . moneyer. 270. . others. moneyer. of Exeter. on rev. . large lettering bust after the style of the coins of Eustace . in good . . 269.. Norwich.. + osb[ern o]n and rare on ees. +RILARD on SAN. . . . leree. of 269. find. . . all rare mints moneyer. .. . others N NOR. very on non. .. others as Hks. . and the 324 Wakeford collection. as Hks. N COLE . 322 and Penny. . . moneyer's name . . 6. as Hks. Ipswich. + ger ON EO. and of York. . and the Wakeford collection. ford. 270. reading obv. of Thetford. .

. I. XII. Penny. a fine portrait and very rare E REX. . Hereford. similar to Hks.. pi. but with a large broad cross in relief and incuse on the reverse . London runs all (?). and probably the Dartford find. vol. 6). Norwich. as Hks. 270. and of great rarity *** From the Marsham collection (lot 261). I... . reading . on right of and on rev. + spein ON 1 Num. Chron. * * * (see on back of king's head reading obv. xiii. Chron. 270. . reading obv. 1 *+* From the Marsham collection 331 (lot 263). sceptre. but with a small cross in relief staff of obv. (?). another. p. Chron. Chron. + stiefne vol. . 138. with bust with large head. . Ser. a very fine specimen. vol. 270. 1 334 Penny. . cross similar to Hks.. xni. vol. ee on hER. m. . I. and the Toplis collection. legend on obv. Ser. . SANK 1 Num. vol. rev. . REX s . 2 from the * Nottingham Find. in. re. almost identical with Num. .. rev. . in. and the Toplis collection. 3). as Hks. 2 an unpublished variety. and the Toplis collection. Ser. each end of two limbs of cross on and reading +s . T . round the bust o. both fine for these pieces and very rare * * No. vol. similar to Hks. . p. in. .. (see Num. rev. FaA. + stiefne I. (?) . and the Toplis collection. Some (see lots 333-336) have the head of the king defaced with a cross (see Num. + stie. Chron. reading + stfnl rex ANLLO. peculiar work. + waltier on no. Ser. but the legend on the obv. rev. obv. lv. probably a unique variety of this type *** From the Nottingham Find. 5) a very fine example of the defaced coinage of this reign. reading obv. xiii.40 329 Penny.. ill. with small profile bust. + TOVI . 270. pi. E. of . on back of king's head and the 8 shaped ornament reading (figured in the sceptre . is decorated with . Penny. very rare # From the Nottingham Find. F NX. 270. &c.. in. (retrograde) . rr . type sceptre.) 330 Penny. 11. 332 Penny. but with a small cross in relief . . with large globe at rev. + sti . N. . . . five pellets under chin . pi. similar to Hks. in good state 1 %* 333 From the Nottingham Find. This and the following coins to lot 338 are more or less degraded types of Hks 270. SNHO. . Stamford as Hks.. in. rev. 335 Penny. with rude bust holding obv. 270. . 181 . rev. . snot. H E . Nottingham. in. pi. an unpublished variety. They are considered to have been struck during the civil wars of the reign of Stephen.. . across the bust of the king. similar type. vol. very fine and very rare 1 *+* From the Marsham collection. . + stiefne pi. within a circle . Nottingham. 270.

last . sceptre in right hand . with the preceding one.* From the Nottingham Find. obv. of two letters NC (=ang) are visible. legend. 270. unique style *** From the Nottingham Find. rev. is a rev. circle . fine of but cracked. type 6 . Bust to right in profile. . on a tressure with lis at angles . and the limbs of the cross on the rev. +stiefne r. 4). I. in. . Bud. Suppl. commences before the bust . " a Lady and Brice collections. rev. obv. 339 Penny.. vol. ex only of legend legible . circle and surrounded by legend . fine * From 338 Penny. + fob[vnd o]n and a very rare 1 Chron. and the Toplis collection.c. rev. Find.. type of great 1 *** From the Marsham collection 340 Penny. and the Toplis This coin. +STIEFNE R. Flag holding type. (?). + RAINALD ON which touch the rarity SNO. and the Toplis 337 Penny. Cross flory over cross voided. before. obv. an unpublished collection. (divided by ornaments). Durham. Chron. Large bust of king in profile to right. rev. portrait also fine. II] in the North. pi. re. I. in. 1 rubbed. and the Toplis collection. variety 1 %. Long cross flory with spiral limbs dividing legend. a very rare type Ill. + ptiesinv. only two other specimens known. and the Toplis 342 collection. Penny. in. . . e. Num. Hks. 270." 1 %* From the Martin. similar to Hks. crowned. Ser.. rev. which only the spiral rev. +BALDEWI ON T. on right of which a star . *** From the Nottingham Find. obv.. . pi. the Nottingham Find. in. Thetford rev. reading obv.41 336 Penny. Nottingham. vol. similar to the preceding. 271 . Num. flag. . an unpublished (lot 266). very fine and extremely rare [PI. pi. Bust of king to is right. in. all within -hstephanvs rex. 10). fine and very rare collection. n. are not . 8). Murchison.. but the obv. and same moneyer . in centre of cross. rev. but the cross moline on the . + stipene vol. Uncertain mint. London (?). In work this coin resembles those of Stephen and Matilda. same type as the preceding. (see also a very rare mint type. but before sceptre on star and the lis in the angles of the cross moline on the minate in a dvni. 1 legend + fobvnd on d * * From the # Nottingham . the ends circle. crowned. I. legend isander (figured in Num. 10) . completes the legends. Cross moline with annulet at end of each limb and terminations united by lis inwards (Hks. Chron. Ser. Durham. has broad limbs and the obverse is defaced with a small cross. similar to Hks. 341 and Penny. pi. very 1 fine where the type is seen.. incuse. Ser. another cross saltire (cf. fine and extremely rare. sceptre . ter- reading obv. SIM e.

obv. Bud. rev. hKNVS re. +w same type as the preceding. 272). type 19). the Marsham collection (lot 265). Long cross voided. +stien. same type as lot 342.. a w a s b. but which he described as being " open to doubt " as to its genuineness. Suppl. . Cross pattee over cross fiory (Hks. +STIEFNER. 1 same types as this and the next one were in the *** Marsham collection. 15). Wigan. Derby. + st6Ph:s:nvs Rex. lis springing from outer circle 1 (Hks. 277 . They were at first withdrawn as not being genuine. London (?). obv. vs + on same type as last. very fine. sceptre . obv. . +OSVLF on lvnde. Cross with each limb. obv. pi. rev. 16. and in each angle before. + G a a d (divided by various ornaments). j +DNWHiaEV. Lake 348 Price. which he disposed of at his sale of Duplicates in 1888. extremely 1 rare *** From the Wakeford 345 collection. well preserved. wt. and Brice collections. type. rev. extremely rare 1 Penny. n. all within circle . + stiefie 344 rev. Lincoln. Penny.. and £6 Mr.. Bust to right. of king facing.. II. Mace type. obv. reading fine and exceedingly rare . Lincoln. n. fine for this coin and exceedingly rare %* 346 From the Marsham collection (lot 264). obv. crowned. fine and extremely rare star *** From the Woolston. engraved 1 from this coin . vs + ON L Cross with . Flag type. + WHICH6LINVS derbi. . annulet opposite each side (Bud. Penny. Bust line. but legends. coins of the Two 349 Penny. Hks. rev pellet at each end. divided by ornaments. Pen ny. but legends. Neck. . pi. 1 %* 347 From 1817. Eude head of king to right in profile .. . Flag rev. before. holding sceptre . + g]odril on Tressure of four sides fleured in centre. but subsequently were put up and sold for £7 7s. [ . pi. 20 grs. divided by ornaments. + stephanvs REX. (Hks. fine and . obv.Bearded bustof king to right. . crowned. within tressure with very fine lis right. I. rev. London. and Webb (lot 40) collections. . sceptre . Martlet type. ring at end of at angles. martlet in each angle (Hks. in. 630). 19). +stiefn. obv. rev. see note to the preceding lot 1 350 Penny. Suppl. 278. Bud.. . very -fine and extremely rare 1 [PL II] %* From the Whitbourn. Found at Gravesend in Penny.42 343 Penny. Bust to before. . . n. crowned . Montagu had another specimen of the above respectively. (and ornaments). . mace. +stiefne re. crowned . type.

Cross with annulet at end of each . cuts the + circle which entirely encloses the two figures . MATILDA. vol. Full-length figures of Stephen and Matilda standing facing each other \ grasping between them a long spiral sceptre terminating in a lis . Museum. Tyssen. specimen is . + oheuRicv8 epc. 181. Ser. obv. on right of which is a star. + sve[tin] on Crowned bust to right. extremely fine and considered to be the finest in existence Bud. Durrant.tildi. pi. "A Lady in the North. very fine and extremely rare 1 "%* From the Granger. 352 Penny. the legend reads . 281 extremely rare . in. imp. Brice. crowned. and the Toplis collection. p. 186). .43 351 Halfpenny (Fragment of Penny). Tutet. Bud. is p. 353 Penny. very fine re (?) Bust of king RT ON . Bergne. Within cross raguly on cross flory (Hks. and on the rev. 354 Penny. the space for the legend is occu- pied by ornaments (Hks. the sceptre. Cross 1 *** From the Brice collection. . and Addington collections. on the obv. n. 355 Penny. Oxford. 11 see also Hks. and in character resembles the coins Stephen and Matilda. 21).. pi. 281. to right. rev. [PL II] * * From the # 1 Cuff. obv. . pi. HENRY. and of British Hawkins. 3). in. + ste -ill. 279 . before it. Murchison. . which is broken. Within a circle a cross flory with spiral limbs on a cross annuletty this . rev. ox. sceptre . very fine the highest rarity . This piece is of remarkably fine work. circle obv." and Brice collections. states that the specimen in the " " unique 1 *** From the Shepherd collection (lot 125). obv holding sceptre with ornamented shaft . Chron. This piece closely resembles the figure in Hks. rev. BISHOP OF WINCHESTER. I. before.. Bust to right. rev with floreated ends on cross flory.. the similar type to the preceding coin stie ener and points of the lis at ends of cross are ringed and the ornaments in the outer circle are varied. fine and of the highest rarity 1 * * * From the Nottingham Find.. I. STEPHEN AND MATILDA. The mint name is unfortunately too much defaced for identification. crozier. the upper part only spiral. 6Te(PhAnV8 Re(X. (figured in Num. limb within tressure fieured inwards at angles.

Lion passant to right.. obv.* the Jones. are nearly perfect. 631 . 359 Penny. From . between two stars. p.. 1). d. + &villem dvo. but the types of the horseman and the crosses on the rev. 282 extremely fine and extremely rare [PL II] Rud. +WLLEM ON CRST. Long. star . 2). . extremely rare *** From the Wigan and Marsham (lot 273) collections. (Rud. Mr. In centre within circle cross pattee over cross flory . Bergne. p. in ring in each angle and springing from lis terminating annulets in field . at the same mint. pi. This money er also struck coins for Henry I (see lot 291). rev. Son 358 of Stephen. L. Durrant. Rud. beneath. 1). obv. Three-quarter length figure in armour to . Bust facing. obv.44 ROBERT. 280 . EUSTACE. a fragment. II.. ED0T8. WILLIAM. + eiSTAohivs rev. esT. n . I. 1 *** From the Dimsdale. extremely fine and of better work than the 1 preceding piece. pi. Wigan. 356 Pen ny. 1890. wearing conical helmet and holding sword +EBORSCI rarity [PL II] *** From obv. Son of Stephen. various ornaments in place of legend (Hks. EARL OF GLOUCESTER. + RODBeRT as. cousin of Stephen. Figure on horseback to right. behind.. Cross raguly within quatrefoil. Hks. 20). and Brice collections. pi. with pellet at each angle and annulet at each spandril . various ornaments with the letter D in place of legend (Hks. reads and the ornaments in the outer circle on the rev. tressure of four sides with pellet at each angle pellet also in each angle of cross. II. A. rev. and Brice collections (see Hks. very fine and extremely rare 1 and probably unique *. two two annulets above and two crosses . Penny. 360 Penny. 1 the Wigan and Brice :. Chichester. fine and an extremely rare coin [PL 357 II] 1 *** From the Marsham (lot 273) collection. pi.. extremely fine and of the first right. shackle bolts with bar between in front . rev. Lawrence (Num.„. n. same type rodbcrt as. are varied. Chron. all within engrailed circle (var. Suppl. • evstklivs + . n. Penny. . holding sword and wearing conical helmet . crowned. Rud. Cross bottonnee over . 184). circle cross flory circle In centre within with . as the preceding but the legend on the obv. collections. 42) attributes this coin to Eustace Fitz-John. .

fleured inwards at angles (see Num. same type as the preceding. p.. Penny. 3) fine for this coin and extremely rare. 270). Coins. in. pi.. same tj^pcas lot 361.pl. II. . p. goldhavol ON LAN. 285). Cross with annulet at end of each limb brl. (type of Hks. RO[dberd] ON GIP. 1st issue.IL rev. large 5 (Gloucester). Med. see also %* 363 Hks. 361 Penny.. This coin is from the Brice collection. (Hks. Hks. (legend blundered). Penny. Ser. Cross moline with lis inwards at each angle obv. Bust to right crowned.D. tvril ON. Canterbury. Wakefield on gloe. 366 Penny. Turcil 1 Matilda at Bristol (see Hks. in good state and extremely rare From the Linton Find. vol. ~erib. others same type. 1 Penny. pi. n. in. Wakeford collection. Chron. . an excellent portrait and fine for this coin. obv. EARL OF CHESTER(P). 4. in. .. counter-struck on obv. 1154-1189.45 ROGER. Bust to right. .. pi. Bust facing with sceptre rev. Stephen. 43. sceptre . extremely rare BARONIAL 364 (?). . + perer +TVRE .d. + pillelm on lanp. rev. also coined for vn. and Num. side . figures this or a similar coin. created Earl of Chester A. Chron. . and the Kennard collection. 632 . rogier on exe. sceptre . reading obv. bust. vn. 186) *** From the Marsham 362 collection (lot 274). within a tressure.. (Exeter). HENRY a. obv. Bristol. rev. 2). Marsham collection. and it to be a baronial piece temp. in. Canterbury. RANDOLPH. (Bud. 365 Penny. (Ipswich). 3 . obv. . fine portrait. iordan on everwi (York) collection . Large cross patt^e with smaller one in each angle. +hENRi. in. London. mostly fine . with incuse cross. Ser. in.. very rare *** From the Wakeford and Brice collections. fine and extremely rare 1 *** Lindsay. 1 vn.. moneyers. Ser. . reading + god[rilvs] on lv. 270). n. 187). Chron. EARL OF WARWICK. (figured in Num. Cross moline with inside each angle (cf. (legend blundered). attributed it to considering Eandolph de Mescham. obv. rev. : ioh L : Bust to right crowned lis before. pi. + perer. crowned . and pellet out1 small cross saltire in centre Hks. . 1120.. before. rex ANGL. vol. rev. vol. holding sceptre .

edm. 636).. same type (Hks. (Wilton) . rev.. Walpole White collection . all 10 has been followed as closely of this type. hALLI ON .. ON s.. as possible for the coins of Henry II and John Pennies. 285). on lardv. *** The 373 classification of Hks. RiaARD ON Exea. . . . D. (York). on rvla. 190. RAVL.ON LVND. (Winchester) OSLAa ON WlRiaE. wille. type as 636). (Rhuddlan) very fine . (London) PiQRets OM LVND. (Newark). N. svein ON LINL. (London). moneyers. preserved 5 372 Pennies.. rilard on lant. (Wallingford) . moneyers. (Hks. fine and peculiar bust. 636) . FILIP ON NORhr. London. overstruck with incuse cross reading obv. (Northampton) ASKQTIL ON OXEN. . . same type (Hks. tef. EDMV. hALLI. . Marsham collection.. (St. (Oxford) . . fil. p. class A. (Lincoln) large bust within circle. RVLA. adam on wino. moneyers. . (London). moneyers. (Lincoln) AIMQR ON LVND. .. 285) moneyers. . (Thetford). gipew. with large bust on obv. .K. extra fine . (Rhuddlan) OSBe(R ON wltv. ALQIN ON CAR. RiaARD ON OXQN. (London). RANDVL ON LVND. AiMefR ON LVND. 371 5 Pennies. (Ipswich) . hENRl. ON LVND. and short double cross with small cross bottonne in each angle on rev. (Rhuddlan) 9 (Worcester). (Norwich 1). alain on oard. lantier on piltv. (London). . (Carlisle) LaFWiNe ON Nia. + edcovnd on LVN. on s. moneyers. Lady Hood's collection. Marsham collection . (Wilton). wllacd on ne. GoctQLM ON WIN. hvNFREi ON lvn. same type (Hks. (Northampton). (Lincoln) . . 368 5 369 Pennies. on QVeRW. RedNALD ON NOR. fine and Brice collections. all very fine . same type (Hks. tvrstain on tl.DAYi. very fine (Winchester) .. 285). all 10 374 Pennies. LIN. large bust. Godwins on wir. + hENRl.46 367 Pennies. qdmvnd ON Niao. (Wainfleet). (London). same type (Hks. II] collection. ON Niao. (St. Edmundsbury) willem. (Carlisle). willem. F.. R. a very rare mint. same type (Hks. 1 *** From the Brice 370 Pennies. extra . GODWINS ON wiri. RAVL ON NORhT. (Lincoln). very fine and both very rare mints 2 castle). . 285) Wakeford + . on.. (New(Carlisle). (Norwich) SIMOND ON RVLA. (London). (London) rare moneyer. fine Marsham collection. alain on ctARD (Carlisle). (Lincoln) RAVL ON lvnd. (Worcester). fwll[he] well on vali. (Canterincuse cross on obv. hve. 2nd issue. (Exeter). willem. on nivea. same type {Hks. ON . (Worcester). ie(FRe(i. salopes (Salisbury) collection-. well preserved ... Young Penny. (Oxford) . 285) j moneyers. nilol on bury). Edmundsbury). retrograde. 2 ed. fine and in this state very rare [PL . (Thetford) waltier on wain.

randvl on n. (Lincoln) hve( . moneyers. . same terbury). type as 637) of smaller size. . (Lynn). 2nd issue. mostly very fine \ \ .47 375 Pennies. (St. . B. . and neat workmanship (cf. ON aANT. . (Rhuddlan) rodbqrt on wilt. m. all very fine \\ 379 Pennies. 13) moneyers. on oa. . GiFRai. (London) iLGe(R ampton) . on LaN. . (York) and another of Norwich. (Northon norv. (London) ADAM ON NORh. (London) heNRia ON lvnd. Bud. PietRets M. iohAN on aaae. . . (Rochester) folks on s. . with large . 13). . ON NOR. all very fine 11 378 Pen n ies. (London) chester) ROBetRD. . . iohAN. . piqrqs (Exeter). (Canterbury) iohAN. . ROGetR . (York) WiLLetLM on 0V0R. (Carlisle). (Ipswich) iohAN. (Northampton) GlFRed ON NORY. (see lot 372). (York) e(VG(RARD ON e(l. (Norwich) AiLWiNet on oa. dvr. (Northampton) rodbqrt on wil. same type (Canterbury) . Rud. ON LVNDet. moneyers. : . NiaoLet . II. (Can(Canterbury). (cf. BetNetiT on lvnd. . (London) rqnqr ON LVND.NRi. (Canterbury) heNRi. (Chichester) type (cf. and with smaller head moneyers. (Norwich) . DRet on ai. ON ctANTQ. 1 . 1199-1216.D. . moneyers. all very fine and scarce 8 JOHN. (London) . Edmundsbury). mostly fine 376 9 Pennies. but of smaller module. rare. (Norwich) he. pi.pl. . (Winchester) osbqr on wirio. . (Worcester) TVRKIL ON QVe(R. . AD. type as Henry II. (London) ricard on lvn. (Durham) GiLetbqrd on aa. . same type (Hks. n. (Oxford) ALiSANDRet ON R.. (Chichester) Pie(Re(S om DVRet. 377 Pennies. robqrd on oat. A. (Canterbury) tomas on aAR. (Durham) . (London). T. (ChiILGQR ON LVNDet. 3) . ON oantq. alisan. same type (Hks. hvet ON oanto. n. WALTER ON LVN. (Chichester) goldwingi ON a. mon. (Lynn). pi. (Canterbury) ravf on aiaa. (London) waltqr on nor. Edmundsbury) ravf on santad. (Canterbury) robqrd ON aAN. . goldwiN€( on a. . 636). End. ON LVNDef. rare . hva ON NiaoLet. (Oxford). class B. on on lqn. on lvn. ROBaRD on oa. (St. ON oasa.. (Exeter) iohAN on GiPet. . head and thick beard. . . iohAN ON norw. (Wilton) t[oma]s rodbet on winl. . on rvla. . (Wilton). . rare .

iohAN ON etAMN. 381 mostly very fine 12 Pennies. (London) j (Norwich) alain ON Niao. (London) . (St. (Canterbury) . 640). but moneyer axis Da 1 and in good condition identical the Addington collection. rare . b. Edmundsbury) . ravf on sant. j . (Canterbury) (Canterbury) on aiae(. etvetRW. . ON lv. (Lincoln) iohAN. (York). (York). rqnavd ON NO. London. (London} willqlm on lvn. Bud.pl. 3. 215... (Winchester) Edmunsbury) adam on davi on etvetR. WiLLetLM. Oil. (Northampton) . 640) moneyers. .pl. . (Canterbury) iohAN ON aAN. RAVLet LVNDet (London). moneyers. (Winchester) iohAN on wino. . goldwinq on aA. no. (Canterbury) . . . same type (Hks. (London) hetNRiK ON LVN. cross bottonnee on rev. on ON (St.. (Rochester) . on lvn. j . but slightly cracked 1 \* 385 From the Marsham collection (lot 276*). and apparently Sainthill. pi. . on. . and l. ON norw. rev. on diet. (London) hetNRi ON lvnd. same type il 13) . etRNAVD ON a. piqrqs (Chichester) (London) ravf on lvnde. NiaoLet ON etvetR. (Lindsay. WiLLetLM. (London). Remarkable Coins. (York). 10). obv. (Canterbury) fvlke on LVNDet.48 380 Pennies. . Halfpenny. lvn. a. Cross pattee within circle. (London) . FVLKet ON LVND. Rud. iohANNets. Six coins of this type were found in Ireland about 50 years ago. *** From LNet. from which spring four lis. LV. all fine 11 Pennies. (London) . 8 grs. ON win. all fine and scarce 12 383 Pennies. extremely rare and in good condition. p. 2 varieties . aAN. extremely rare same type as last. (London) WiLLetLM T. ON. on L. .m. . (Norwich) hvNFRed ON RO. ON LVND. simvn on oan. hetNRi. iohAN ON c-AN. same type (cf. (London) . NiaoLet on etvet. hgNRi. (London) rioard B. (Hks. with . kd. mostly fine and scarce 11 384 Halfpenny. . WiLLetLM moneyers. j York) 382 . Diademed head to right within circle . on lv. (Chichester) LLGetR ON LVND0. 13) moneyers. (Lincoln) hetNRi on WNaet. rioard davi on on Niao. t. (?). simon on rvla. WiLLetLM. (London) rodbqrd on NORh. willelm. (Rochester) j ANDRetv. (Rhuddlan). (Winchester) . MiLets ON OOSe(. 13. but with m. rioard on lvn. goldwing. . . (Canterbury) . lot. (Oxford) . (London) . (Winchester). (cf. Pod. (London) . Winchester . .. . l. (Canterbury) . hVNFetRetl ON R. simon ON oant. n. I. same type. win.

hsNRia' Re(X : m'. 45 1 grs. wrimvntg( o. 18). of. LVNDe(. (Rud. rare. aiviT. money ers. rev. Double orb. (Winchester). . NiaOLet on aftNT. 287) . (Canterbury) . rare . : Silver. 2nd issue. Short double cross with small cross bottonnee in each angle (Rud. At the Shepherd sale (lot 126) it was purchased by Mr. pi. Edmundsbury) . willqm each limb bottonnee. moneyers. in each angle (Rud. rogqr. on lvnd. 15. moneyers. and on rev. according to Bergne's memoranda. . 641). frontispiece Rud. r. (Canterbury) RIOKRD ON lvnd.pl. II] *£* This beautiful and excessively rare gem. (St. RiaRRD ON he(Ra. on eaatf. same type. . II. on a. . all . (Lincoln) WALTQR ON NOchedRl ON LV. Hks. It was sold at Martin's sale (lot 74) to Capt. Edmunds- on a. Long double cross with three pellets bury) . pi. LvaKS ON glov. 387 Pennies. (Northampton) RiaTCRD on srob. in each angle an expanded rose surrounded by three . (Newcastle) LVaSS ON NORh. 388 and another. (St. NiaoLQ on LVND. (London). rare moneyer . (London) ON aftNT. 386 III. others. Suppl. a. obv. 1216-1272. . hand holding sceptre . Martin from Mr. Edmundsbury) ion on s' etDMVND. was bought privately by Mr. with rev. (St. Murchison for £130 and at his sale to the Rev. PENNY. ON LlNa. + ioan ON cCftNTQR. Bust facing. wt. dered). STetPhftNQ ON s' €(. 2nd issue. similar type to last. (Canterbury). similar to last lot. but obv. Trattle. obv. n. 3 varieties. scarce hvce( ON wiNahe. (London) NQWeta. . (Shrewsbury). . wsltqr (Bristol) . 1st issue. (Canterbury) R3VLF ON LVND. Hks. NiaOLet ON CTNT. (Kenyon. ON ivql. . (Ilchester). extending nearly to the edge of the coin . rare willqm (Hereford). all fine 11 n. legend hemRiavs Retx in. ARia (blun. King. . holding sceptre and : on LvnDQN v. Canterbury. Shepherd (lot 47) for £140. (Canterbury). .. 18. Only three other specimens are known two are in the British Museum and a third. on brvs. RiaSRD ON lvnd. wtcltqr . legend LONDe(. Hks. WiLLetl. Class I. NORMAN on SftN. . . 389 Pennies. Hks. n. (Exeter). (Canterbury) . Montagu for £205. all fine 9 Pennies. hetrmiavs rqx.d.pl. ion ON aTCNTOR. very fine and of 1 the highest rarity [PI. simvn . pellets. sSLqmvn STCMVetL on aSN. Class but no hand and sceptre on obv. and lvndan (London). (Gloucester) scarce STQPHa.49 HENRY Gold. London. 16). is in the cabinet of Sir John Evans. cross. (Canterbury) hetNRi . VI. J. rev. ON aftNT. seated facing on throne . fine 12 E . from the Cuff and Wigan collections. E.

Hks. . 288).. in. the Brice collection. short cross type. civitas dvreme (2 varieties . obv. villa berrewio and bereviot (2 varieties one with peculiar crown) of Durham. aA. lettering. fr — EDWARD A. one with m. 393 Pennies.m. willqm ta. 1272-1307. all fine and rare varieties and types 394 Pennies. m. 2nd type to last lot. similar type. of London and Newcastle. London and York. Durham. 288) j moneyer.. Rex. the other with cross . with quatrefoil in centre of cross on rev. on lvnd. all very rare varieties. others. no sceptre on obv. no hand and and long double cross on rev. PhiLip on rare .D. (Winwillqm. all extremely fine be and from a series for condition is rarely to met with 8 . I. another. others. &c. and nic-olq ON lvnd. money er. Class in. . and Lia TaRai lon. obv. moneyer. mostly fine 8 391 Penny. legend ending Te(Rai. of London. Patent Bolls. moneyers. and reading aDWR. such VILL. with plain cross on rev.50 390 Pennies. (Canterbury). on rev. NiaOLet ton) . similar. civiTftS dvreme . all 4 rare varieties and fine very * * III in his 14th year granted to William. (Exeter). mostly hetNRictvs Retx . IOKN ahia ON a A. . 292) . NiaOLet ON aSNT. hetNRlc-VS. (Hks. another. of Berwick. and Lie( TetRai a an. as Hks. chester). reading henRiavs Rax ang. RiaftRD on glov.. similar sceptre. gilbqrt on cCSN. king wearing open crown (Hks. on norwi. long cross type.). moline in one angle of cross on rev. and another of London of the Irish type. with smaller . (Canterbury). villk bristoliq . short cross type . . 293). with crowned bust on and long cross pattee with pellets in angles on rev. star and crescent on obv. Lincoln. (Northamphvcet ON wiNctHet. usual type. . long cross type.) . the * Henry custody of the mint in the city of Canterbury. (Canterbury) . rare. his tailor. type (see last lot) : legends NiaOLet ONa lvnd. type I. of the Retx ANG. NOViaftSTRi. TetRai . cross moline on both sides. 292). with rev. (Gloucester). same type. PhetLiP ON lvnd. with usual crown. but king ANGLia others. of York. (London) PhiLip on NORh. ON. (Hwks. type 2. Canterbury . wearing open crown. . rev. fine 5 392 Penny. (Hks. extremely rare . phetLiP on lvnd. with rosette on king's bust (Hks. (Norwich) etctaet. m.. issue. . of Bristol. and reading obv. another. king's bust 7 within triangle (Hks.

rare. Suppl. of . civrras ae(STRie(. and Farthings (2) bury j of London. another of London. with smaller letters in legends. Farthing around bust. m. oivitas etBORKca. &c. of London.H. on obv. with three of London. with bust draped. very rare . as in preceding lot. SNGLiet. and aivrras DVRQMef . Bristol similar type. both well preserved and of the highest rarity *#* Both from the Wakeford collection. and Farthings (2) of . type 3). 397 Pennies. all and from the Brice collection 9 398 H alfpen ny. London. Halfpenny of London. and London .villtc BRiSTOLiet.^. which is excessively rare all very rare. with draped bust. civrocs .m. with star on king's breast. with broad cross on rev.. with one pellet only in each angle of cross on rev. Chester.. civitas ae(STRie(. 1882. some rare 10 396 Pennies. similar type. and reading NOVlcCSSTRlet. fine a. reading of Bristol. all fine. London. pi. 21) . type 1) of Bristol. London . unpublished . bust not within extremely fine. type 2). one with D. aiVlTAS aetSTRia . another of Newcastle. and Farthing. 292) j Newcastle. rare. qdwsrdvs rqx and oivitas London. (3 varieties . rare. no drapery on bust obv. as Hks. Brice collection. R.. one with star after sng. etDWSRDVS Retx an. R. where it is figured). very rare. KYNGetSTON. and robqrt Bay ha:De(Le(i€( . and before London . R. aiviras DVRetMe. (Hks. 2. type 3. kyngqston. cross moline. and reading e(. Webb collection (see Num. and London. reading ctivirxs LONDON and londoniqnsis. Bristol. Edmunds- Halfpennies (2) of London. especially the 4 400 Halfpenny. Chester. cdVlTKS qxoniq Kingston. others. and with a bear's head in two angles of cross on rev.aiviTftS efBORKcfl. and St. ANGLiet . . no circle qdwxrdvs Retx . vill. vil. reading caviras London . Durham. Chester. reading londoNlENSis. I. others of Lincoln.51 395 Pennies. Durham. and Farthings (2) circle. Bristol. Berwick. Brice collection. and another of York. Halfpenny of on breast.. vills bristolis . aiviTSS and York. the other reading Retx jcngli. with star on king's breast of . one with Irish vills NOViaftSTRi . one with bust not within circle. Bust within circle. (Hks. xnGL. Wakeford collection . reading e(. Durham. Canterbury (2 varieties) pellets Exeter. 2 399 Halfpenny. and reading villa bqrvioi (Bud. Newcastle . all very rare and mostly fine 5 E 2 . fine and York farthing. Kingston. LiNaoL. . 120. Hks.. of Bristol. Chron. dvreme. London. all 14 similar. viluk bristolliq . (Hks.

23 j Hks. Halfpenny. London. Pennies. and St. Pennies. another of same mint with one limb of cross in form of crozier to left.. Beaumont) and two lis after hYB. 290). another of same mint with m. and three dots among pellets in one quarter. 1307-1327. cross moline on both sides . hB. in two obv. dns. same Canterbury Durham (2) with m. 1 From the Brice collection. and villr berewici. full face. . crowned. pierced trefoil in outer angles of quatrefoil . Edmundsbury. Edmundsbury. vills berewici. London. some very 10 fine type. all very fine and from 405 the Brice collection. wt. two limbs of cross on rev. Halfpenny of Berwick. 81£ grs. . hiBNet dvx. m. . another of York with quatrefoil in centre of cross on rev. very similar to the preceding but the bust varied and the ornaments on either side of it are mullets pierced. m. lion rampant (Bp. m. rev. the pierced trefoils in the angles of the quatrefoil are larger and the rev. civitas DVNe(LM. of London and St. m. tcqvt. m.. one with English n's on both sides (Edward III ?) . 403 Groat. rev. Edmunds6 bury. of Berwick... Durham. 401 Groat. some very rare varieties 6 . dns. crvrrss. of Berwick. very rare . vill. Long cross patted. . all exceedingly rare coins 4 . crowned. 407 Penny. &c. aiviTAS DVRQMiet. all fine and rare . and reading QDW7CR. cross moline on obv.52 Patterns. and Farthing of same mint. A. and LOnDonDC arvi. 84 grs. London.. Durham. sai. cross. (Hks. reading qdwjc. . reading as the to left. as in the preceding lot Canterbury Durham. Head facing. (Bud. : + qdw:s:rdvs di : gre : Retx : ftncL'. of London . civitas DVRQMe( and m. qdmvndl. wt. either side and on king's breast . usual type. Canterbury . fine and very rare 1 EDWARD 404 II. II. same type. within a quatrefoil concentric circles and divided by large cross fiory. 82| grs. fine and very rare [PL II] is 1 402 Groat. in Wakeford collection .D. of Berwick . London. r. pellet on king's breast . similar to lot 401 but on the breast of the king are three pellets . 406 Pennies. reading form of crozier civittcs DUNetLM. snGL. legend reads riBnia for hiBne(. 5 varieties. pi.. DVNe(LM.. bust. fine. and St. The king's a pierced rose on . civitss dvrqmq. fine and very rare * * # wt. 295). .

maDivco. 408] * * From the Bergne # 410 (lot 372) and Brice collections. 4th coinage. 2). AVTaco. which is in the British Museum 1 and 409 Noble. 120 grs. 4 . Dns. . reading + ihasv. King in ship.53 EDWARD Gold. 1351 to 1360. I.. extremely fine and rare "%* From the Chetwynd and Brice 412 collections. SVTetCD. wt. coinage. 1344. very fine and very rare [PI. same type as lot 410. and reading varieties as obv. other varieties as in last piece. hiB . only one other specimen known. z. same type as the last coin. similar type to lot 408. legend ending FRffNa. reading lha. &c. TRSNaietNS cross. I. 4th . ihesv. and rev. reading + lha. (sic). (Ken. (Bud. II. 1346. very fine and an unpublished variety with the 1 word PflR omitted in the rev. 20th year. obv. s. ibst.. but obv. p. cdqdivcd. trtcnciqn. + lha. before the Treaty of Bretigny. illorv. closed a in centre of cross. pi. grk. wt. wt. 3rd coinage. rvtqcd. TCVTaco. wt. no. D. 1351-1360. hYB. 136 grs. Rax kngl z FRTCNa. 1351-1360. cdsdivcd.. A. ibat. coaDivco &c. TRKNaietNS. FRRna. 2nd coinage. Bud. 4th rev. pi. and very rare with this reading.. lis over lion's head in second quarter and Roman n's (but without cross-bar) in 1 legends. two ropes for prow and three for stern . 118 grs. three ropes from each end of ship . pi. two ropes from stern and three from prow ending and rev. IB7CT. rev. 119 grs. TRftNaietNS. II. Noble. 1327-1377. d. 112 grs. same type and legends as the preceding but with large (J in centre of cross on the rev. B. hYB. Large floriated cross within in each angle of cross lion and crown .. Roman n's in &c. D. aDWTCR. pi. with French title only. pqr. II. 127 grs. lis pqr cdqdiv. fine and unpublished with this 1 legend . illorvcd. D. 4th coinage. wt. Rax. holding sword and shield . 1 (Bud. Noble. EnGL. this coin belongs to the 1st issue of the 4th coinage 1 %* 411 From the Marsham collection (lot 287). obv. three ropes from stern and one from prow . extremely fine. open a in centre of over head of lion in second quarter and Eoman n's in legends. 3). 1351-1360. 1) extremely fine and exceedingly rare. 408 III. P. Noble. coinage. in centre the letter L (for London). hYB.. legend FRTCNa. wt.. (sic) of ship illorvcd. other on last coin. legend 413 Noble.. D. legends. of minute work. Noble. double tressure of arches (omitting SVTetoo). TRTCnsians. +iha. legend ending FRRNa.D. rev. same as last coin but obv.

usual type but with a for Calais in centre of cross on rev. grs &c. hYB. hib. AQT. pi. legend and ending D. ibet. ibst . (Ken. no Aquitaine title. Dns. closed e( in centre of cross. 118 grs. FRftna. Smith's collection. illorr. wt. n.54 414 Noble. Noble. p. but there are three ropes from the stern and one from the 1 prow of the vessel. 4th coinage. illorvcd. . Ken. AVTetco. no. wt. very fine and a rare 1 418 Noble. usual type. hib. QDWftRD. Noble. cdgidivcd. 4th coinage. aqvit. 120 grs. hYB. z. Dens. 1 120 grs. 1360-1369. but at the stern of the ship there is a flag.. Dns. legend ending SNGL. illorvcd. 4th coinage. annulet extremely 1 before etDWJCRD.. p. Ken. no.. illorvm. with title of Aquitaine but without that of France . with three De(i. VI. and English n's in legends. .. same as the preceding coin in type and legends . legend qdwxrdvs di. e('s with open and a's earlier issue of this period 1 415 Noble. {Ken. 11). 4th same type as lot 410 . Suppl. obv. obv. z. di. z. 421 119 grs. with three ropes from stern and one from prow. 16). cdqdiv. TRSnsietns. 3. the stern of the ship . struck at Calais. (Eud. 119 grs.. reading cce(Div. obv. no. lis above lion in second quarter and annulet at each angle of central com- partment in variety cross. 4th coinage. avtqcd. no.. with French and Aquitaine titles. fine and scarce on either side of wt. wt. same type and varieties as the last coin. 1351-1360. TRjfasietns. extremely fine and rare Noble. R. lis behind lion in second quarter. but obv. 7CnGL. 26). usual type. lis at top and bottom limbs . reading +iha. pellet after in centre of each word of legend on obv. very fine and rare "%* From the Lake Price and Brice collections. (Ken. but with a flag at Noble. no. 1 119 extremely fine and rare *** From 419 G. and one rev. 7CQT. 19 . SQT. rev. grs. par. legend efDWXRD. grs. 19). . cross z. wt. 1369-1377. reading obv.. Dns. same as the last coin. 1360-1369. 23. (Eud. 120 fine and rare 416 417 *** From the Brice collection. 32). pellet after e in centre of cross on rev. TRRnaiems. &c. fine and rare. ftnGL. grs. 1369-1377. no lis over lion. lha. hYBet . pi. (Ken. frsno. three ropes from stern and two from prow of ship wt. Dns.pl. ropes from stern and two from prow of ship . 118 grs. . very fine and a rare type 1 420 Noble. 29). .. 4th coinage. sal tire after ibtct. hYB. cdqdivcd. and rev. pqr. and rev. ibkt. . reading lha. one sal tire after on rev. wt. 1360-1369. wt.. R€(X. GRS. 1360-1369. 4th coinage. and two 1 I. same type as lot 415. this coin probably belongs to the coinage. after the breaking of the Treaty of Bretigny. and English n's in legends. struck at Calais. legend ending 7CnGL. 4th coinage. rev. on z. after the Treaty of Bretigny. obv. rex. 1360-1369.

same as the preceding flag at stern of ship and a I. wt. (Ken. z. 425 and 433. Mr. Shepherd (lot 134) and Brice collections. as such it is a unique piece. fine. similar type to the preceding coin. + DOCDine. usual type. of Calais.' . obv. rev. 1360-1369. letter e( in compartment with 1 trefoils at angles. no. 310).. 1360-1369. Dns. cdq. AnGL. (Bud. On account of its weight Mr. legend and English n's in that of rev. hiB. 20th year. 4th coinage. and English n's in legends. 4th coinage. same type and varieties as on the preceding coin . *** From the Cuff. legend ending Rax.YB. 312-313). annulet over king's head . tvo. Cross flory with large (J in centre. *** From 427 grs. FVRORet. 423 Half Noble. three ropes from . D. + DOCDina. Bergne (lot 378) and Brice . and two from prow (sic) rev. grx rqx. three ropes from stern. II. The reverse type is similar to those of lots 417. snGL. 425 Half Noble. + DOGDinet. fine and very rare 1 *** From the Foster. 2). of very fine work.55 422 Half Noble. King in ship holding sword and shield. legend ending angl. four ropes from stern. coinage of Edward in the legends and weighs Montagu considered it to belong to the 3rd His reasons III . FVRORef. z. ng.. aqt. with Aquitaine title. 59 grs. extremely fine and very rare collections. Num. very fine. wt. 4th Retx. FRftna. in FURORe. two from prow . rev. lis annulets at angles. 1888. D. which are all undoubtedly of the 4th coinage. Roman n's in obv.. obv. three ropes from stern and four from prow . KRGVTVS. lions and crowns in angles. wt. Brice considered this coin to be of the 3rd issue. c. Rax. z. coinage.. (Bud. no. fine and very rare 1 424 Half Noble. 1346 . . Mr. hB. hYB. n 's Chron. (figured in slightly cracked. 1888. d. cdq. (ne( omitted) in. Montagu however classed it to the 4th issue (see Num. two to prow . 6). wt. coinage. 1360-1369. 4th coinage. 1 unique [PI. pi. pi. 1351-1360. 60 Half Noble but rev.. . and two saltires on rev. but obv. wt. II] * Though this coin has the English only 55 grs. p. (Ken. large (J in centre of cross on rev. after Treaty of Bretigny. D. . in. 4). coinage. 59| grs. TCnGL. (for Calais) in centre of cross on the 1 59£ grs.. 4th stern type without French TVO. 61| grs. wt. usual title. scarce the Bergne (lot 376) and Brice collections. an unpublished variety 1 426 Half Noble. before the Treaty of Bretigny. h. Chron. 5). 1360-1369. 55 grs. &c. d. lis over lion's head in second quarter . FRS. pp. large (J in centre of quatrefoil with over lion's head in second quarter. 3rd SnGL. . net omitted in rev. for this attribution are given in the Numismatic Chronicle I. legend and xrgvts for JTRGVTCS. net.. annulet after each word on obv. SRGVSS. ctDWftR.

20 grs. . France omitted. 10). 3 . Quarter Noble. 1351-1360. without cross over shield. d. but the title of 4th coinage. and quatrefoil in centre of cross on rev. . 434 Quarter Noble. fine and scarce 1 %* 433 From the Brice collection. similar to the preceding coin but of different work. legend ending FRTCNa. lion in each trefoil in each A angle. rev. over shield on grs. 7). wt.. usual type but varying. 7). fine and scarce 1 432 Quarter Noble. wt. (lot I. trefoil at each angle. rev. Retx. glor'k for GLORIA. shield within tressure of six arches with trefoil at each angle . Forster and Shepherd (lot 135) collections. pellet outside each spandril of arches and English n's in legends on both sides. +9DWSR. and annulet in centre of cross on rev. 15). rev.. no ornaments outside tressures on either side. 20th year. n. hY. and e( instead of L in centre of cross on weight 32 grs. (comp. . wt. + flxaXTRBiTVR. annulet after each word of legends. similar to the preceding. which have the grs. 1 20 (Ken. same as last coin . wt. snGL. wt. usual type. similar to the preceding. 34£ grs. 1346. z. no. 5).. 3rd coinage. Quarter Noble.. fine and a scarce mint 1 435 Quarter Noble. wt. 20 grs. the letter L (London) in centre . but in the centre of the cross on the tressure 4th coinage. 13). circle wt. fine 4th coinage. 4th coinage. is a large pellet within a compartment with annulet at each angle . (Bud. pi.. 4th coinage. very fine and rare 431 Quarter Noble. (Ken. Shield within tressure of six arches . I. pi. both fine 2 collections. (Ken. large pellet in centre of cross and annulet in each angle. n. I. GhLORiX for GLORIA and pellet in centre of cross wt. trefoils outside arches of 1 on rev. 1344. the rev. rev. rev. floriated cross within spandril . rqx. 1369-1377. obv. very fine and of excessive rarity 1 [PL III] *** From 429 the Martin. pi. pi. . hYB. II. D. Ken. similar. GL0RI5C.. Quarter Noble. %* No. Durrant. very fine and rare 1 *** From the Bergne 430 373) and Brice collections. ftnGL. (Ken. similar type to the preceding but plain cross above shield of arms on obv. 20 grs. Bergne (379) and Brice . and on centre of quatrefoil on cross. in. 4th coinage. D. 2nd FRSna. 2 from the Tyssen. . pi. but pellet instead of annulet in each angle of cross on rev. pi. 1360-1369. cross within obv. 20 lis in another. 19 grs.56 428 Quarter Noble. . Roman n's. usual legends. glor's. 1360-1369. and gloria for 29£ grs. tressure of arches . coinage. 1360-1369.

all fine and a rare set No. reading Dns. 1882. the Halfpenny reads 4 aDVSRDVS. another of . the Aquitaine wt. 115). after pellets in one quarter quarter. Roman and Brice collection one quarter of obv. Crowned bust . sal tires z. and 8). and another with broken annulet each word of of rev..pl in. n's. the last unpublished . 11). another. London. EDWARD LOT 436 III— continued. rev. Silver.57 FOUETH DAY'S SALE. De(i. as well as in obv. Long in cross pattee usual type. rev. of the London mint... similar to the preceding with.. 1 from the Lake Price and Brice collections. Chron. and scarce 4 438 Groat. m. grs. Ill] . with obv. (1) annulet in one quarter of rev. (2) lis on king's breast . obv. pi. 69 grs. m. (Eud. m. same type as the preceding. Groat rev. cross patt£e. pi. hYB. London. annulet on each side of crown.. ftnGL. Penny and Halfpenny with m. wt. published by Hawkins of z. ftQT. This coin affords important evidence that Edward III even on his Groats did not always style himself edward or edwardvs. with annulet under king's bust another. annulet in pellets of one . Half Groat. crown . (Bud.. (Bud. annulet after each word of legends. extremely rare and 1 interesting \* From the Neck and Webb (lot 73) collections. 2nd issue. 11). usual type. and cross between very fine and scarce 4 437 Groats of London. 36 well preserved and of the greatest rarity 1 [PI. . of 440 Half Groat legend. ill. %* 439 G roat n's hiB. p. of London. with Roman in LONDON . Dns. with annulet after each word in legend and on rev. G. all legend. from this coin (see Num. 1st issue. legend + sdwar. Rax. but without title and with English n's in rev. sa. in. York and another all very fine of London. .

unpublished. Groat 442 rare. with annulet after each word on another. and with between words on 445 obv. but it may Penny cross of . 446 Penny of Reading. of London (2) with Rax and Rex n's. one with aiviT^s. usual type.. p. well preserved. (1) cross after sngli. one with English n's on rev. (1) m. especially the last which is exceedingly rare. 212) 3 %* No. with Aquitaine title. mostly fine and all 5 this last coin to very rare *** Mr. London (3) qdwsrdvs aivrrss DVnetLCDis. cross on rev. sngl. all very fine and from the Brice collection Half Groat of York. of the usual English type. wt. reading /fnGL. others (2) 1360-1369. . all very rare and fine an and 6 . Half Groats (2) of London z. unpublished . Halfpenny . aivrrxs DVRe(Me(. VVLUR * RTCDINGY . dns. but with cross after XNgli. . 447 from the Marsham collection. and Farthing reading 5 aiviTSS London. three pellets in angles of cross and Farthing of London. Usual type but with scallop in one angle of cross instead of pellets. and Halfpenny. one saltire after each word. wt. obv. especially the last which is of the highest rarity (see Hks. . crozier to left. Penny of same mint and issue. reading londoniqnsis. villk radingy. hYB. Pennies all very fine and rare 5 of various issues.. m. and of rev. also Half Groat. very star after and Farthings (2) of London. 1369. exceedingly rare. m. with two annulets after each word.. one obv. 1360. FRSna.. VILLA BetRQWiai. a fine set and rare *** All from the Marsham 444 collection (lot 301). of 1st issue.. 2 from the Brice.. reading aiviT5"s eBOR^ai. crown. Bust facing. another with Roman aiviras LONDON.. 10 grs. reading Re(X JfnGLi. Montagu attributed be of Edward 448 I. all very rare. cross with aiviras. 19 grs. and aiviTAS DVnetLCDie. fine .. m. both with English n's rare. with title of France. another of York. crozier to right... crozier to right and annulet after each word. aiviTA'S DVnOLCD. (3) lis on breast. Edward III. z. Half Groat and Penny of Calais. quatrefoil and pellet in centre. (2) cross after sngli . aiviTJCS DvnetLCD. m. 3 the first two with annulet on king's breast. ctfViTftS etBORSai. and 3 before London. and No. all of the highest rarity *x* No. the other without stops saltires .. (4) others (3) of Durham with. TCn. of Berwick. with two annulets between words on obv. +qdwe. Durham with broad Halfpennies . 3 from the Marsham collection. cross . (2) aivrras DVnOLCD. annulet after each word on obv. etBORAai. and another of London 2 of same style with star after ang. 443 Groat. very fine and exceedingly .. mostly fine 8 rev. Pennies of Durham (3) with. rev. m. Penny and Halfpenny of same issue and mint.58 441 of London. and Halfpenny of same place and of similar type but with star after AN and rev. . same but with .

Floriated cross. as on Nobles of Edward brilliant III but with R in centre. dns.. usual type. D.. &c. unpublished 1 \* From the Tutet. +eD. in. &c.59 Patterns. FR7CNCI. wt. wt. + qdcoSRDVS Rex ftN. obv. KNGLie. (var. G.. wt. 31 grs. Tyssen. SNGL. 16 . and Roman m in ADIVTOREM 13 dwts. RicCXRD.. 2).. head rare. London. Ship with flag at stern and three ropes from stern and one from prow. z. RQ. extremely fine and exceedingly pellets. usual type with obv. and unique 1 \* [PL III] From the Cuff. with as Nobles of Edward III. wt. for cdqdivcd . Halfpenny of London. Durrant.. 1 *** From the Lake Price and Brice 454 Noble.D. 9. (Bud. pqr. and Addington collections. reading h. legend KNGL°. and cdqdi V. . crowned. rev. which has the Eoman m's in the rev. RICHARD A. hiB. 10 var. probably from the Cuff collection 452 Penny of London. IB2CT. SVTetoo. and very rare [PL III] collections. 1377-1399.. similar to the preceding coin but RictRD for one saltire only after king's name. sdwkr. cdqdivod. z. This interesting evidently the Piedfort of the Half Groat of the first issue of this reign. somewhat rubbed. without flag. extremely fine 1 *#* From the Wylie collection. Ken.. 21 grs. 1 and arvrrss cantor. 450 Penny dns. pi. 3). i. illorv. Rex. 9). . exceed- ingly rare %. Piedfort. neither shoulders nor mantle . pi. usual type with French and Aquitaine titles. hibn. wt. 120 grs. RiaSRD. r. piece is Chaffers. iha. Ken. Piedfort. 81 grs. of + eDWKRDVS Rex° Bud. of Canterbury. pi. usual type with aiviTSS LONDON. 8£ grs. wt. z FRftna. in. It corresponds in fabric and type to the very rare Groat in Bud. obv.* From the Neligan 451 collection. Re(X KnGL. Cross civittcs London.. ill.. 449 Half Groat on rev.YB. . Gold. (cf. 1 fine and very rare . TRSnsians. 118 grs.. flag at stern of vessel. Bust draped and crowned rev. Pattern. Piedfort. no. D. very fine pi. figured legend. no. rev. Large and facing. Bergne (lot 363) and Brice collections. II. 453 Noble.

Hastings. but obv.. similar to last. m. SQVIT . z. 58f grs. iv. fine and 1 Silver. appears to have been the fine. 29 £ grs. Quarter Noble.. no ornaments on ship. Quarter Noble. without French title. above shield a rare variety . without but with French and Aquiflag. . Shield within tressure of arches . a unique variety where this coin is described). FRAn. +RiaftRD. + QXftLTS'BiTVR. London mint. wt. from an altered die of Edward III. the rev. fine and extremely rare 1 *** From the Marsham 457 collection (lot 306). . pi.. . and pellet in centre of cross on rev. 6). ft. h. but without RiaftRD. GLORift.. d. rev. in. h. very fine and rare *** From 456 the Martin. 58^ (Bud. usual type. d. usual type. z. and similar to lot 453 . Brown and Addington collections. an 1 unpublished variety. scallop pellet in centre of cross (Ken. rev. II. rosette after last letter . g. siigl. flag. 3).. legend terminating ftnGL. Half Noble. z. in centre of the cross on the grs. the R. 5). ne(. RnGL. pi. fr. wt. legend ending. contraction over last N (Bud.. rqx. Half Noble. hYB. annulets above wt. RiaftRD. coaDiv. fine and probably 1 461 Quarter Noble. London. Cross flory. is taine titles. similar to last. D. (Ken. in the finest preservation and very 1 *** From the Cuff and Shepherd 458 (lot 141) collections. pi.. in centre being struck over rare e( as on last coin. f. obv. d. gr£.m. trefoil of shield.. Dns. no. with flag.60 455 Noble. and a coin of 1 greatest rarity [PI. no. 120 grs. the letter r. z. 462 Groat. Retx. usual type as the Noble but from an altered die of Edward III. without flag. with lis in centre. z. rev. Dei. and Brice collections. rev. 5). cross patt^e on both sides. rqx. above. similar but without French on title. no. struck over €(. and rev. grs. DOCDina. f. Bergne (lot 403) and Brice collections. z. &c. Ill] "%* From the 459 Cuff. FRftnaief . cross . Half Noble. wt. &c. d. 61 grs. aiviTTTS fine and rare 1 [PL III] %* From the J. . wt. legend. similar type but with flag at stern of vessel and without Aquitaine title. ftnGL.. 1). hiB. 5. z. FRftna. French arms semi de lys . wt. rqx ftnGL. + posvi &c. z. illorvcd. II. with RiaftRD struck over QDWftRD and without the Aquitaine title. mar. (Ken. Cross flory &c. 29£ grs. (Bud. rev. with e( in centre and pellet before it instead of R. ffnGL. 1 fine and rare *** From the Young and Brice 460 collections.

the first pieces very rare 3 471 Penny York. and aiviTAS London. London mint. Shepherd # (lot 147) and Brice collections. Halfpenny.. but no lis on king's breast. type. York and n's mint. wt. (sic) GKX. rev. 3£ grs. but the former with English latter reading rqx ftnGLiQ. snGL. as in last lot. no. wt. 4| grs. similar to last. but obv.. very fine and rare *** From the Marsham collection (lot 308). breast.. usual sides . legend ending D. and Farthing. " The best Penny of Richard II I have ever seen for sale. legend ending snGL. (Bud. cross before frkq. for dqi. 1 464 Groat. two pellets after rqx. m. pi. fine and very rare in this condition 1 467 Half Groat. quatrefoil in centre of cross (Hks. Penny. . fine two and saltires rare 1 468 lis on king's and on rev. similar before aiviras and no crossbars to to the preceding. Durrant's MS. legend ending FR7Cnaie(x D. but Di. London mint.. and Webb (lot 98) collections. in obv. the other rqx. LONDON. saltire before aivrocs QBORKai. (Hks. same as last but obv. London mint. dqi. fine and extremely rare 1 *** From the Durrant. as last coin. cross pattee. m. and Farthing. very rare as in previous 4 . all very rare especially the last two pieces 3 * * No. legend and marks of contraction over N in LONDON and V in cdqv.61 463 Groat.. reading rqx. very rare and unpublished with dqi on 1 fine J. Wigan. exceedingly rare and unpublished with the obv. LONDON obv. in fair condition.. 3 from the Martin. London mint. 316). m. aiviTAS. 2) . London mint. no. similar to the preceding. legend RiaSRD. z. catalogue it was stated to have been Bentham's. reading same as Halfpenny but LOnDOn. and saltire before LONDON.. m.. 2). Halfpennies (2) of London.. (Dominus Hibernian) 1 465 Half Groat. and Halfpenny and and last Farthing and the of London. (described in Hks. ttnG. "%* From the 466 Brown and Addington collections. (Roman n's). but no saltire before aivrrss.. rqx. as in last lot. rqx. IV. rev. cross pattee on both oivitas obv. 469 Brice. one reading rqx. m. z mark of contraction over final N of LONDON and v of coqv. m.. cross pattee. AnGL. with of wt.. London mint. &c. rqx AnGL and aivrocs LOnDOn. Half Groat. Brice collection. riotcrd. AnGLiQ . 3). Neck. usual type. cross on king's breast and pellet over each shoulder ." Penny. FRftNct. 470 Penny. In Col. London mint. — W. ffnGL. lot 1\ grs. n's in LONDON.

Cross floriated. . pi. no heavy Half Nobles are known. very fine and of the highest rarity [PI. z.. Gold. b\ grs. with flag at stern. hiB. flag. Cross flory. The m. and also in angles of cross on rev. in ship open crown perpendicularly placed at stern . SQT. but with rose before snGL . z. (Hks. d. usual type. net. &c. with grs. g. 58£ and unique [PI. crown shows that this coin belongs to the same issue as lot 474. hetnRict. lion. wt. m. Heavy Coinage. Noble. z. + iha. grs. snGL. Docoinet. rev. snGL. without flag. 5CQ. 321). aiviTJCS. . open crown. Dns. m. broken annulet on rudder. . fine and extra rare 1 *** From the Neck and Webb (lot 107) collections. 1399-1413. I. King seme" de lys . cross patt6e. 7CRGVSS. (Mud. hetnRia. French arms on shield three ropes from stern and one for prow . usual terminating. m. as on nobles but with h in centre. DvnoLCD. ornaments.62 472 Penny. wt. obv. z. fine h in centre m. &c. Half Noble. sqt.D. lis in French arms and obv. grs. TRSnsietns. m. ship. very fine and of 1 an unpublished variety "%* From 475 the Shepherd collection (lot 148). also rev. hi. wt. which has the open crown at the stern of the vessel. .. instead of pellets. London mint.\ lis.. di. HENRY A. m. King in stern . Ill] *** From the Shepherd collection (lot 150). lis . 1 V* 476 From the Marsham and Clarke (lot 37) collections. 19). &c. very fine for this coin and exceedingly rare collection (lot 309). Ill] (lot 312). on breast. &c. SVTetao. FRftna. legend and type with h in centre of cross.. with flag. obv. excessive rarity. hiB. cross patt^e. Durham Bust with lis mint. FRKn. 1 318). 40. m. IV. d. pi. rioardvs Retx 16£ SnGLiet. (Hks. 1 wt. lion. Retx. three .. the rev. two ropes from prow and lion. Retx. of previous reigns 13). 474 Noble. small obv. in. wt. tvo. similar to the preceding. flag at stern. fvrorq. Kenyon states p. that . three lis in French arms but arranged cdq. legend rev. with z. 119£ grs. di. 119£ grs. but no flag at stern. m. lis. (Ken. *** From 473 Marsham Farthing.

grs.. 1 (var. lis above shield. f. on each side. trefoil after 23£ grs. di. for 1 Young and Addington 480 Quarter Noble. Davco.. GR2C.. coav. no. reading hanRia. type similar to lot 474 and Ken. n. and on rev. FR5Ca. London. gloria. Bud. 105| "%* From the grs. rev. 1 z. after 26 grs. GR3". centre of cross wt. only one other Hks. wt. Bust LONDON. wt. and reading illorv. floriated (Rax omitted) j with pellet in centre. Rax. {described Ken. collection wt. each word of legend on both sides. . three in French and trefoil slipped at pi. arms . SriGL.. after 13th year. rev. French arms semi de lys. a unique variety 1 Silver. grk. Kenyon From the Young and Brice collections. Ill] rarity. z. h. *** From the Willett. and extremely rare collections. and on rev. %* Light Coinage. 323).63 477 Quarter Noble. ftnGL. 29| grs. 33 grs. legend hetNRia. 5). (figured in the highest rarity. and of specimen noted. TEnGL. hiB. obv. 482 Half Groat. ffnGL. three lis in French arms. no. 1 lis . after 13th year. SDlVTORaco. each word of legend and lis in centre of cross. after 13th year. 20). &c. which 4s in the Rashleigh 154) collections. after 13th year. shield rev. crescent above z. usual type.. Dai.. the trefoil slipped is at the head of the lion in the illorvm. di. somewhat rubbed. no flag at stern cross. Martin. legend + hanRiavs. Dns. . z. Cross + FRftn. 481 Quarter Noble. 3). in. trefoil slipped. pellet before h in centre of head of lion in second quarter. same as the preceding coin but varying slightly in the ornaments on the ship. (Ken. Rex. four lis in first quarter of shield and three in fourth quarter . Ken. very fine quarter. and lis in . with annulet below it. and on the first rev. GRft. type as the preceding coin. wt. Heavy Coinage. — alVlTSS.pl. +hemRia. 6). usual type. after gloria. very fine and of the highest 1 mentions only one other specimen [PI. ex^ltsbitvr. 478 Noble. . di. (cf. as that of Richard II obv. POSVI. two saltires wt. fine. Rax snGL. and Shepherd (lot . Noble. in. 7CQ. fine and extremely rare * * From the Homfray collection. 106| 1 very fine and extremely rare "%* From 479 the Leckenby and Brice collections. no. legend terminating.

arvrras. *** No. facing. reading hanRia. hanRivas. saltire after POSVI and trefoil slipped before LONDON. annulet to left and pellet to right of crown . 10 2 and very rare 2 from the Highbury Find. posvi. like the preceding but obv. Rax. m. rev. pellets. aivrrfts LOnDOn. . large bust . 2 11 grs. legend ends frsnoiq. 337) and Halfpenny rev. Cross with quatrefoil in centre. From 487 Groat. s. Bust with crown and annulet to coavco. + hetnRia. both very fine and very rare *** From the Highbury Find and the 486 Webb collection (lot 117). both fine. Cross with 4| grs. cdevcd. York. LOnDOn. Rax. and the Wakeford and Brice *** No... . arvrras. snGLia.. and reading ADiVTORa.64 483 Penny. London. arvracs. grs*. Bust with trefoil slipped di. m. LOnDOn. (Hks. snGLia.. m. similar to last piece. wt. Ill] (lot *** From the Shepherd 132) and Webb (lot 110) collections. Cross not pierced. unique 1 * * % Hawkins the Churchill-Babington collection (lot 522).. Rex. London. hetnRia. rev. and on arviras. another wt. 1 very fine and of great rarity [PI. cross . of quite a different style. usual type. obv. London. 324). reading hanRia. . very rare 1 489 Groat. m. grs. quatrefoil after posvi. grtc. 52-^ and extremely rare * 1 From the Bergne and Brice collections. Rax. collections. . York. Davco. of Lon- don. well and Halfpenny of London. 2 from the Shepherd collection 485 Halfpenny. SDivroRacD. TCnGL. rev. wt. snGLi. JCnGL. preserved . 17 grs. grs.. .. rev. m. fine (Roman n's). smaller bust with annulet on either side. wt. 10| grs. Light Coinage. pellet to on breast. on breast pellet to left of Rax. legend ending snGL. wt. LOnDOn. hanRia. London. 488 Groat. and cross after LOnDOn which has English n's. both fine the cross is pierced in the centre. Bust like FRTCna. 484 Penny.m. QBORSai. London. TCnGLi. right. . z. wt. nor were there any in the Highbury Find. that of Richard . (Hks. makes no mention of Farthings of this series. annulet to and right above crown . Rax.. wt... cross pattee rev.. Dai. rev.. 58 grs... FRSna.. large letters. z. II. slightly rubbed. Farthing. 5C. left. legend terminating Rax. rev.. London. but obv. FRftna. usual cross with pellets in angles. very rare 2 (lot 158). 8| grs. cflvrocs. wt. cross pattee. well preserved. Head crowned. trefoil slipped obv.

but trefoil slipped after FRftna. N m. rev. S. 218. Henry V. 14 grs. but the pellets on either there is crown are larger and on the rev.m. (comp. usual type. in. 493 Penny. 8).. N. extremely fine 1 *** From the Webb collection of the (lot 120). IV and V's 491 Half Groat. and figured in Num.. m. RQX ffnGL. Rax. obv.S. (see Num. in 1 fair condition. (Hks. 492 Half Groat. Neck considers this piece to be the gem Highbury F find. fine and 1 * * # From the Shepherd collection (lot 155). 29 grs. annulet legend ending rqx. LOnDon. wt. pi. (figured in Hks. in TCDIVTORqco. Detv.S. ffnGL. reading hetnRia. sdivtorq. 5 grs. aivlTSS.m. pellets of crown . cross pattee 1 *** This coin belongs to the transition period of Henry coinages.65 490 Groat. . Num. p. usual type. This is the coin described in Hawkins..* From the Shepherd collection (lot 156). . m. old English exceedingly rare n's.. +h«nRia Rax flnGL. fine and exceedingly rare 1 496 Farthing. lis. ill. London. somewhat rubbed. wt. of this coinage is known. .... pierced. cross to left and rev. KnGL. xi. Bust with annulet on either side of neck . London. Chron. Chron.. on breast. of equal rarity as the last "%. wt. posvi.. . but annulet to left rev. The rev. and lis or trefoil slipped after Retx . gdg(. but the cross has the centre pierced... fine and excessively rare 1 *** From the Webb collection (lot piece only one other Half Groat die resembles that used for the 1st coinage of Besides this and the next 124). rev. N. cd. pi. Chron. pellet to right and not above crown. no bust. 2). excessively rare. 2. aivi[T7fs] loidoi. London. wt. rev. and pellet to right of crown . f. obv. wt. Roman n's. similar to the last. 12| trefoil slipped grs. fine and very rare and m. before arrays. 494 Penny. TfnGLlfl . trefoil slipped on breast and GRft. Bust with mullet to right of crown . Bust with on either side z. 495 Halfpenny. 57 grs. sal tire after Detv. plain cross pattee . same side of the trefoil as the preceding . Large head. wt. wt. London. 26| grs. 327).. De(i. — aivrras LOnDon. aivracs LOnDon. London. Mr. 326). London. the Lindsay and Eobinson collections. and unique vol. London. similar to the last . legend ending. pi. see preceding coin 1 * * * From vol. rqx. on rev. hemRia. London. xi. XI. a lis or slipped upside down after 3DIVT.m. 3f grs.

obv. CD. saltires between From 498 Noble. of shield annulet on ship.. Rax. Ken. but attributed by Mr. in centre of cross. trefoil above lion in first grs. Floriated cross with lis in centre. above. cdqdivcd.. Noble. IV. 53£ tremely rare. 104 grs. ftRGVftS. 1 pi. illorvcd. but mullet below and annulet above sword . TCVTetM. J.D. (Ken. di. cross pierced. z. rev.. Dns. KnGL. &c. Shepherd and 1 Mr. ?cnGL. m. wt.m. Ill] and %* 501 From the Wyndham and Brice collections. . obv.66 HENRY Gold. m. m. rev. small cross over lion in second quarter . very fine and very rare. cross with annulet below.. cross pierced. illorv. z. IV. similar to the preceding. exSLTTTBiTVR. lis at sword arm . dominq. Re(X. rev. cross pierced . with h. 25£ grs. iBe(. Half Noble. hY . legend lha. usual D. di. Montagu to the first issue of Henry V. but obv. . mullet at sword arm. Montagu * * He unique [PL III] the Shepherd collection (lot 160) in whose catalogue it was classed under Henry VI . m. 107 grs. grs. ihe. m.. (cf.m. hetnRia. French arms with three lis only . rev. Floriated cross. an unpublished variety *** From the Leckenby collection. cross. m. Shield... two ropes from and one from prow. in centre . TRSnsietns. unpublished to be and considered by the Rev. grs. the portrait of the king resembling that of Henry IV. Quarter Noble. m. Noble. rqx.* From the Bergne 499 (lot 420) and Brice collections. TRSnsiems P0R cdqdiv.m. mullet above shield. 24). pi. z. "KVT. legend ending Dns. an unpublished variety [PI. &c. GRS. 26). rev. F.m. words on both extremely rare sides. two ropes from stern and one from prow. lis . pellet after h legend. very fine and 1 %. very fine quarter ex1 and annulet before that in second. wt. type. 1413-1422. f. ship as usual three lis in fine. trefoil after each word of legend on both sides. lis. 497 V. FRSna. wt. Di. reading hetnRia. 108 grs. King in French arms. arm similar to last . Pe(R. hYB. on either side. wt. hetnRia. A. JCnGL. ibst. ibst. broken annulet on ship. E.m. three ropes from stern and two from prow . &c. extremely fine and very rare 1 trefoil to right stern *** From the Bergne 500 (lot 422) and Brice collections. . cross pierced.. wt.. large pellet above lion in first quarter and cross above that in second quarter.

on left. FRSTia. no. no mullet on breast. rev. saltire after aivuss and Lonsimilar type. and the other with broken annulet on each side of crown. m. both 2 well preserved and very rare *** No. similar. one with broken annulet on each side neck. Bud. and quatrefoil after posvi . London.. very fine and very rare 1 annulet above and below Silver. LOn.m. and Don.. of the of all London Mint and m. m. mullet on breast. London. mullet left breast.. vol. sides and LOnDOn. well and Penny. rev. cross pierced. 506 Groat. very fine. FRKna. the other with annulet to left and trefoil to right. 1 and 4 from the Brice F 2 collection. marks at sides of crown and on rev. Half-Groat. Ken. 505 and 3 from the Brice Groat. 25f grs. also of London. the rev. all rare collection. . usual type.67 502 Quarter Noble. quatrefoil after posvi and two saltires after Tfts.. fine and scarce 5 *** Nos. with m. m. lis in centre of floriated cross. legend hetnRia. no preserved . broken annulet to left of crown. English n's in LOnDOn. ftnGL. egg-shaped swelling on king's neck. 221.. 2 . 0X7CLT?cbitvr. No.m. no. DOn (Hks. 503 Groat. similar to last lot. of Henry IV. mullet with broken . 4). vm. m. shield similar to the preceding. another. STiGLia.m.m. &c.m. z. legend hetnRia. (cf. two broken annulets . z. from thePownall collection and is described in Hks. no. p. on usual type. z. 25). 1 pi.S. Half early coinage. cdqvod. and Halfpennies (2). KDiVTORef. Re(X. being 1 is of Henry V. ftnGLlet. and Num. and on rev. rev.m. and m. fine and scarce 5 and 2 from the Brice collection. p. .. early coinage. 2 forms a connecting link between the coinages of Henry IV and V. GRS. with mullet on king's left breast. cross pierced . on right. very fine . Dl. Suppl. one with broken annulet on each side of crown . quatrefoil after posvi ... 1 cross pierced. m. usual type. London. *** Nos... wt. posvi. dl grs. Chron. and Roman n's in LONDON.. 1.. cross pierced on both egg-shaped swelling on neck. 3 "%* Nos. legend hetnRia. cross . pierced cross. . N. . cross pierced on both sides. Penny. m. the obv. two saltires after . m. Half-Groat and Penny. words of legend. JCDIVTORQcd. but one saltire after ai vrras G roat. cross lis between two broken annulets above FRftn. 504 Groat. cdqvcd. with mullet to left and annulet to right of crown j and Halfpennies (2). II. DetvciD. RQX. Rax. 343.

m. the legend commences at top of coin... very fine and very 1 [PL III] From the Ferguson. 1 no.. a rare variety and very highly preserved Cuff. m. "KVT. &c. wt. TRKnaiems. 4. SnGL. . Gold.68 507 Penny. mullet after lha. and pinecone after every other word . one from prow .. cross pierced. pine-cones and on rev. z. at wrist of after every word. Retx. 4). mascle after pqr. illorv. . etBORftai. Rosette Coinage. but no flag at stern legend ending rosette after each other word lis. stern. (Hks. 1 very fine and rare Pine-cone-Mascle Coinage. 2 HENRY a.. on obv. pi. legend commences from bottom of coin. 108 grs. rev. &c. 27). cdqdivcd. lis hlB. rev. legend hemRicvs. N. rosette . lis after hetnRia. Floriated cross. m. *** 509 rare Murchison. (Rud. Num. 511 Noble. S. Bust with mullet to left and trefoil to right of crown. no. &c. wt. .£* From the Brice collection.d. with mullet to left and broken annulet to right of crown. lis. Cross with quatrefoil in centre enclosing pellet. rev. similar to the preceding. m. . and at stern of vessel. . wt. Pine-cone-Rosette Coinage. lha. reading TRTCnsiens. .. Noble. with flag at stern. with h in centre. 4). TRKnsietns. 137 grs.. iv. VI.. (Ken.. 1 somewhat rubbed but exceedingly rare from the Brice collection. very fine and rare *. Lake Price. at lion's head in second quarter. and Brice collections. of York. aiviTSS DVnOLOD. pi. Ken. m. "Iiyb. Dns. lis at king's wrist. m. m. wt. V. of Durham (Cardinal Langley). 9). (cf. lis at head of lion in second quarter . II. no. aiviras. wrist same as the last but no lis at king's instead of rosettes after words of legend. lis. JCVT. Retx. 508 Noble. with obv. hetnRia. &c. pqr. and annulet between pellets in one quarter of rev. 1422-1461 and 1470. hYB. grs. sword arm King two ropes from in ship. rev.. p. mascle after Rex. and annulet after each other word of legend and in one spandril of tressure. and Penny. 510 Noble. legend ending FRKna. 1 *** From the Bergne (lot 426) and Brice collections. well preserved . Trefoil Coinage. 175. trefoil between the other words . lha. lis FRftna. 109 grs. usual type. 107 grs. flag. di. henRiavs. annulet at king's wrist. the second piece %* No. Chron. rev. Dns. ibst. m.

no. SRGVSS fine mascle over rosette after GRS. only. pi. 1 unique (?) [PI. 516 Half Noble. Annulet ship. but trefoil after iha. with flag. m. similar to the last coin. unpublished with the flag ill. 1 514 Noble. two ropes from stern. . as the preceding but with flag grs. m. similar to the preceding rev. m. King in &c.. &c. on . .. 26-35. on well preserved 104 1 . he(nRia.. and of unique (1). came from the Fischenich find.69 512 Noble. annulet after other words). IV] The Half-Noble of this issue was not to Kenyon. wt. This coin shows that the " great annulet coinshould be classed rather to Henry VI than to his father. at stern of vessel. portrait of Henry V.. trefoils between words on obv. 14). . one from prow . 515 Noble.pl. Trefoil Coinage. 1893. DOCDinet. jy. Chron. described by Mr. with h in centre . 1. and small 2). obv. 53 grs. as age suggested by Mr. z. precisely the same as the preceding coin. 53 grs.. no Bosette-Mascle Coinage. m. the highest rarity. grs. Trefoil Coinage. 12). very rare. grs. same wt. Neck. (Ken. rev. Rex. (mullet after DOCDinet . 102 grs.. Rosette Coinage. (Bud. usual 15). the highest rarity. (mullet after hetnRia. Flemish imitation. which were struck in the Low Countries. fine.. type (Bud. not described by Kenyon 1 . at stern of vessel and no lis. . with rare flag. ne( and rosette after other words . fine and 1 513 Noble. with at king's wrist flag. on rev. of Calais. extremely fine and very rare [PI. m. wt. m. but on the rev. no. but flag at stern of vessel. large pellets on ship. of coarse work 1 %* This and the next coin. Coinage. but no annulet at king's wrist. but grs. wt. and Rflx). IV] *** From the Brice collection. wt. net. Montagu in Num. annulet at king's wrist and cinquefoil after iha. similar to the preceding coin. cross pierced. &c. 1 518 Half Noble. Trefoil Coinage. . in centre of cross is the letter a (Calais). lis in second quarter. * * Also from the Fischenich find see preceding coin. lis on rev. 107 grs. and annulet after di. 54 grs. known " 517 Half Noble. annulet outside tressure and after words on rev. snGL. well preserved. 105f {Ken.. fine and of * * From the Brice # collection. lis on rev. flag rosette after each word on both sides except odq on rev. enclosing a pellet . fr. m. with annulet at king's wrist and flag at stern of vessel. wt. but lis FRSna. . di. . Flemish imitation. Trefoil Coinage. legend ending SnGL. lis rev. z. Floriated cross. wt. m.

unique. shield j lis after . PQR. rax.pl.. which reads Di on obv. 2). 53 grs. fine and of the highest rarity. rev. wt 53 grs. Trefoil coinage. hetnRio:. and rare [PI. no. (Ken.. same as last with flag at stern of vessel. m. m."— W. with fine flag. . no. z FRftnaiet. usual type. lis legend ending ftnGL. and trefoils after other words except FRSn. FRftn... cross pierced on both sides. mullet after . 1 trefoil after type as before. no. words on obv. same as last but variety two lis over shield 1 26£ an unpublished 526 Angel. salvtc. Ken. fine. di. Trefoil . etxSLTSBiTVR wt. after henRia. wt. plain cross pattee. grs. pi. Trefoil Coinage. wt. aRVSa. coinage. (Rud. . above which. annulet after other words j m. mullet after exftLTftBlTVR and Shield. lis at sides of mast. dqi. after in pine-cone after efXTCLTXBiTVR j . ' [PL IV] 523 1 Quarter Noble. &c. 1 and rare * * # From with the Brice collection. 51). TVX. 3). sea. obv. " none known " 1 524 Quarter Noble. Ship on wt. rev. very fine and scarce 520 Half Noble. h and (Rud. no. fine and 1 * * From the Addington collection. B. lis . (Ken. Quarter Noble. m. 1 (Ken.) rev.. m. m. rosettes after other well preserved. (lot 430) and Brice collections. wt. flag.h\. lis on both sides. Trefoil coinage. SnGL. 53 grs. St. (Ken. 4). henRia. 26£ grs. only one other specimen known. 522 Quarter Noble. grs. 1 27 grs.. 26 grs. nos. Coinage. exceedingly fine 79| m. m. wt. z. sriGL (mullet after henRia . A magnificent . Annulet grs.). in. lis on both scarce sides. wt. XPa. . with mascle after rqx and on rev. unpublished. 521 Half Noble of Calais. " IV] 1 *** From the Bergne coin. Pine-cone-Mascle coinage. 1). annulet at king's wrist. m. on obv. hetnRiavs. grs. m. but with lis over other words .70 519 Half Noble. Retx. lis . rev. but with the letter a (Calais) enclosing pellet in centre of floriated cross on extremely rare rev. obv. annulet after in and gloris. same as the last but with a flag at the stern of the vessel same varieties. p. mullet after DOCDinet. m. usual type. Kenyon. Michael piercing the dragon . lis in centre of cross . (trefoil after each word). 3). p. says Trefoil coinage. annulet between other words and in one spandril of tressure. annulet after other words except snGL. very fine and *** From 525 the Brice collection. RetDetTOR (trefoil after each word except aRVSet.

F . pi in. wt. m. rev. no trefoil after pqr and xpo . Michael not radiate.. Half Groat. usual type. cross pierced. of Bristol. cross pierced. egg-shaped swelling on throat of king. grtc. nos and rqd«. 531 Groat. aiviTSS aBORKai.. m. TV'S. Ship with h and lis at sides of mast .. 528 Angel. very fine and rare *** From the Wylie collection. and Addington collections. all fine and rare. an unpublished IV] 1 * * * From the Martin. cross pierced. 530 Half Angel. rev. 3 wt. z. Dns. 8). hanRia. arch of tressure on breast fleured .. arch (?) on breast not fleured another.. Rax. cross pierced. an unpublished variety From the Fontaine. especially the last . z. pqr. 3 after aiViTSS and LonDon.m. Walker. fr. aRVcta. 1). collection. (var. annulet after posvi and between type. Ken. m. trefoil and annulet to right of shield. 1 (var. and after it and after Retx). but reading hetnRia. similar. and on rev. pellets in two quarters . m. 1 m. KnGLief. ftnGL. b and (Bristol) in waves below 1 very rare From the Shepherd collection (lot 162). cross. (trefoil before hetnRia. similar to last. hetnBicu &c. m. FRAna. obv. cross pierced. trefoil 529 Angel. ship. no trefoil and nos only. rev. fine and of the variety [PI. 79 grs. legend ending SnGLiet. fine 78 * grs. no. Silver. London. 78| grs. London. FRftna. quarters on rev. . reading hanRiav. similar. m. wt. of similar. m. &c. wt.. obv. j rqdq'. and Shepherd Found at Haverfordwest. Ken.. plain mullet to left and lis to right of crown. trefoil after each word. and FRftna. on rev. grs. Annulet Coinage. 39| highest degree of rarity. rev. (Bud. but b's for r's on after Pe(R dl . 16). legend ending rqdqt. Murchison. 532 1 two no. no. similar to after obv. very fine.71 527 Angel. legend ending SriGLia . m. m.tor. m. quatrefoil with pellet in centre of cross and annulet between pellets in one quarter and also after aiviTTCS. all 3 from the Wyndham and from the Brice between Penny. annulet pellets in two Halfpenny. di. trefoil after aRVcta. usual cross pierced. and Penny of York. (lot 164) collections. wt. +0+ aRVXx arva+ SPetaet (sic) vniaS. m. but with annulet after hetnRia. 12 grs. "%* last. rev. z. &c.. but from an altered die and with one saltire instead very fine and scarce *** No. nimbus around head of St. m.

as in last lot but the last Penny and Halfpenny. i( 534 Half Groat. . similar to preceding lot . Rosette coinage. both very rare. another London. Annulet. Half Groats (2) similar. grtc &c. annulet after posvi. all fine . the last unpublished *** No. plain cross. two have the m. Half Groats . lis 1 535 Halfpenny. the other F. # 539 Groat. on either side of neck. grtc. RQX. cross pierced rev. z. Bust. usual type. apparently only one other specimen known. arch on breast not fieured. m. 238) [PI. obv. m. both very fine and very rare 2 * * No. (2). m. as in the preceding lot. m. Groat. cross pierced. p.. Calais. m.. m. Cross with grs. . .. and Halfpenny both cross not pierced cross pierced. aivrras.72 533 Penny. ftnGL. on 3 Penny of York. This piece is of great importance as it is the connecting link between the annulet-rosette and rosette-mascle coinages. Groats same (2). but with trefoil to left . m. and Penny of same issue. m. also as last but with m. no annulets . and rare * * All from the Brice collection. very fine . mostly fine 538 G roat. usual type. all very fine *** All from the Brice 537 collection. but with annulet on pellets in two quarters on rev. rosette not pierced after aftLisis and no annulets on pellets. York. 1\ of excessive rarity (Hks. m. 2 from the Pownall collection. York. hetrmia. Calais. one reading fr. m.Rosette coinage. cross pierced rev. plain cross. and Penny of same mint with no annulets on obv.. hetnRia. Calais. and QBORftcfl and on pellets in two quarters of cross. annulet on either side of neck. 29| grs. 2 from the Brice collection. annulet on pellets in two quarters. Retx. F. rosette pierced after posvi. cross not pierced trefoil pierced after posvi. m. Penny 5 and Halfpenny of same issue and mint. snGL. Calais. on rev. very fine and of the highest rarity. m. which is in the Lawrence collection (Hks. Bust with . London. m. . lis on either side of neck . well preserved. 244). m. m. etBORXai. cross pierced. of Calais. fine and 1 *V* From 536 the Shepherd collection (lot 170). usual type. hetnRia. both very fine. cross not 6 pierced. dbv. m. after posvi and on pellets in two quarters of rev. crown and m. of Annulet-Trefoil coinage. wt. rosette after posvi and 2 LOnDOn. but on rev. IV] *** From the Brice collection. wt. di.. especially the second piece 2 540 Groat. Annulet-Rosette coinage. and annulet in one quarter only of cross. rev. di. butwi.. on dbv.

and and Halfpenny fine rev. m. posvi and ctKLisiet . m. plain unpublished. m. similar. mascle after Retx word on obv. with pine-cones and mascles dividing another. all fine except the mint and Groat and issue. KnG.. m. . large mullet to left of crown . mascle after Retx. Penny and Halfpenny of Calais as in last lot but the Half-Groat and Halfpenny have for m. m. cross on both very rare. with m. m. . m. Penny of London with rosette after hetnRiavs and mascle after Rax . mascle after Retx and before LOrmon. m. another of York. same type. 541 Groat. all very fine 5 vil. London. London. usual type. plain cross. Cross with pellets (Hks. . and posvi and ctiviTOS on obv. rosette after each other . Penny all of same with m.. on with m. plain cross on rev. hetnRictvs. cross pierced on obv. same but cross on both sides. 542 and 4 from the Brice collection. usual words on obv. cross patonce Half Groat. cross patonce on obv.m. Durham. m. on either side of head. Cross with pellets. cross Half 4 all rare 1 *** Nos. %* 543 No. *** All from the Brice 545 collection. 340). the with quatrefoil enclosing pellet in centre. 2 second piece unpublished collection. m. rev. m. another similar. mascle after Retx and and rose before qbo. but with m. fine Pine-cone-Mascle Coinage. York. a plain 5 cross. also issue. 546 Groat. m. cross rev. . but with mullet each side of crown. . mascle after Retx and aivi. and on rev. and Calais. aiviTSS LOnDon. Groats (2). Half Groat. m... Groat. Penny. London. aiviTSS DOnOLCDi (mascle after last word). cross patonce Penny and Halfpenny of same issue. all Half Groat. m. m. Half Groat. London. . well 1 and of the highest rarity *** From 544 the Brice collection. preserved similar to last lot. and Halfpenny of same crosslet. both very rare and unpublished. another with m.73 Rosette-Mascle Coinage. Retx. mascle before and pine-cone after LOnDOn. (mascle after Retx). usual type. rev. especially the second piece. cross patonce. (Hks. type. cross patonce . cross pierced. 332) . rosette after each other word on obv. which is the connecting link between the rosette' mascle and pine-cone-mascle coinages 2 . . plain cross. 2 from the Brice Penny. aivi. rev. m. 5 547 Farthing. m.

usual and in type.m. all very fine and excessively rare 3 Pine-cone-Pellet Coinage. Durham. and Farthing similar to last piece. reading rqx. 5 from the Pownall collection. London.. N.m. VII. 37) . JCnGL. pine-cone or leaf on breast of king. 1-4 from the Brice and no. fine.. pinecone on king's breast . 2 from the Webb 2 collection.. and pine-cone before and trefoil after %* 553 LOnDOn. same issue. leaf on breast and no trefoils of pellet at neck. usual type. another. cross patonce. on breast.. plain cross. 36). 550 Groats. also with leaf on breast. but reading vills aSLisia . arch of tressure on breast or on neck obv. pine-cone after aivi.. Groat. 5 all varied types. m. cross patonce on . trefoil of pellets either side of neck . 2 from the 549 Webb and from the Pownall collection. on either side of neck . reading hetnRia. and on rev. Chron. same as the preceding lot. Penny (pine cone on breast) and Halfpenny of same mint and issue. especially the first piece No. pine-cone on king's breast and mascle after Retx. London. pine-cone on each side of crown pellet two quarters of rev. cross patonce.. all fine. rev. the first and last well preserved all exceedingly rare 3 no. obv. mascle (?) after Re(X. the last rare 5 Nos. 3 *** No. Chron. rev. RQX. plain cross. vol. m. similar but with cross to left and B to right of neck. mascle after Retx and on rev. 554 Groats. both very rare. (Num. no pellets on either side of neck and trefoil of pellets after LonDOn. 1 from the Thorburn and no. one has a pellet on and another has a pellet in two quarters of rev. Half Groat. pine-cone diviTSS LOnDOn. London. and no quatrefoil in centre of cross (Num. London. m. also Groat of Calais with rosettes in obv. and S. usual type. as lot 546. extremely fine 5 552 Half Groat. pine-cone after posvi and aSLisiE. aivrras dvrolcd. and mascle after qbo. unpublished j another of York. p. *** legend on Pine-cone-Trefoil Coinage. m. VII. vol. N. London. rev. with pine-cone or and trefoil of pellets leaf on arch of tressure on breast either side of cross. also Calais. and mascle after vil. extremely fine 551 Groats. well preserved. extremely fine 5 . m. Cross with two interlaced rings in centre (badge of Bishop Nevill). S. m. all varied.74 548 Penny. p.. Halfpenny. another.. similar. ftnGLi. with pine-cone or leaf on breast. all varied.. Penny.

cross in saltire similar to the last. wt.. each side of neck and pellet each side of crown . 48 grs. &c. rev. Halfpenny and Farthing of same issue. London.. cross patonce.. Groats fine . of London and York. Detvco. London. m. Bex &c. Halfpenny says of precisely same type. m. pellet at each side of crown and in two with cross saltire chipped. the latter with cross rev.m. lis on neck. breast. and on rev. breast sometimes not fleured. similar to the preceding but on the London obv. usual type.. with pine-cone on breast and pellet on each side of crown and none in quarters on rev. wt. cross pierced on both sides. rev. 560 Groat. m. m. Dl. arches another of York. FRTCna. ftnGLiet FRftna. m. rev. on both 47 sides. but not misstruck on the on rev. m. both fine . in centre of cross. same type only. cross saltire rev. extra and on the York coin the arches are not fleured. FRXna. 557 Groats. plain cross on obv. slightly chipped. on quarters of rev. and reading snGL. m. all varied. on neck reading arch on with and without pellet in two quarters of •$. 2 %* No.. arvrras. . arviTftS. arches over crown not fleured small cross after .. m.. with j rev. Cross and Pellet Coinage. over crown very fleured fine . after similar with & on breast. 47 grs. London. LonDon. aiviTTfS eCBORKai . etBOBffai. and bqx. GRft. snLie(. lis on rev. hemBiav. all very fine and scarce 4 558 559 Groats. pellet each side of crown and in two quarters on both fine and very rare varieties no dots beside another. quatrefoil enclosing small saltire cross. similar. both rare. both and rare 1 2 *** No. London. . type. all exceedingly Hawkins tJie penny of this class is not known 3 556 Groat..75 555 Half Groat. on 2 . cross patonce. London. z. m. usual tressure on breast. cross patonce.. r. usual of king j type. 561 from the Shepherd and Brice collections. London. m. m. pine-cone on arch of ten arches to the tressure crown and none in the quarters on the rev. on breast and pellet each side of crown . and rare and fine. but m. and Penny of York. JCnGLia. m. very fine and scarce 4 Penny. grs. wt. the second unpublished m.. . reading hetnRiavs [rqx] snGL. lis 48 grs. cross patonce. coin the arches over the bust are fleured. reading hetnma Retx* :xnxGLi£. . m. as last. sun on rev. all exceedingly rare 4 Light Coinage. 2 from the Pownall collection. Penny. similar. di. fine. m. wt.. . m.

(lot 159) collections. m.. m. usual type. cuvitss LonDon. aiviTSS. *** From 565 Half Groat. wt. m. m. grs. m. QBORSai. wt.. lis on 1 reading hediBia. An indifferent Penny. similar to lot 560. only. (Hks. m.. fine rev. m. unpublished rev. rev. \0\ grs. and its weight show that it must be a 568 light obv. m. during the short It is not described by Hawkins. wt. snGL. rev.. probably in 1470. The reading on the obv. di. cross aiviTSS. Bristol. well grs . London. exceedingly rare. usual type.76 562 Groat. obv. York. cross pierced on obv. for Bristol on rev. di. coin). . Bust. . York.B. (Hks. &c. wt. m. well *** From " This must be a coin of the Brice collection. rare. &c. hetnBiav. grs. grs.. m. Cross preserved and exceedingly 1 wt. arches above bust not fleured. m. GRS". probably engraved from this and probably unique 1 *** From the Shepherd collection (lot 172). m. 1 10| preserved and unpublished *** From 567 the Shepherd collection (lot 171).. di. Hawkins does not give any light Halfpenny to this reign. .. Halfpenny. but attributes this coin to Henry V. Retx. lis. variety [PI. aiviTSS. 22 grs. pierced. Half Groat." restoration of Henry VI. Bust.. LOnDOn.. trefoil &c. — . rvj the Shepherd (lot 168) and Brice collections. with quatrefoil in centre. & for Eboracum on breast of king rev. fine and of excessive rarity 1 *** From 566 the Bergne (lot 416) and Brice collections. lis Groat. similar to last. DL grs. Halfpenny of Henry VI. cross pierced on obv. specimen in the Cuff collection sold for £9. m. London. on bust . DL GRS &c. fine and of the highest rarity i [Pi. 34 1 ). rev. reading henRiav. etBORSai. W. grs. Archbishop Nevill struck between 1466-1477. 23^ grs. rax. 47£ extremely fine and a very rare IV] %* 563 From the Neck and Webb on obv. reading hetnBiav. and key to right of neck. lis on both sides. Sib. di. London. London. aiviTSS LOnDOn. fine. reading hemBiav. with . an unpublished variety *** From the Marsham 564 collection (lot 333). g to left lis Penny.m. rev. hanRict. below B.. 343 engraved from this coin). vills bbistow 1 (Hks.

wt. sun on rev. V.77 FIFTH DAY'S SALE EDWARD Gold.d.. none after Dns. Suppl. m. 22). of Bristol. m. IB. two trefoils after di. IB. one trefoil after P9R and ibst. TRSnsietns. 1 Ken. Rose Noble on rev. one after other words and I in ib. m. . 118£ grs. King holding sword and shield standing in ship j three ropes from stern and one from prow . and on Pe(R and I in IB3T. . I cdqdivcd. wt. 10). radiate rose in centre (var. reading TRSnslQS. IV. Rose Noble. reading illorv. . usual type but with b. sun . illorvod. m. m. on rev. m. extremely fine and scarce rev. word and between I and B z. very fine *** From the Addington 570 collection. ship. crown each trefoil after other word.. 119 grs.. sncL. extremely fine. crown on or trefoil after di.. 36). none after . I similar to the preceding. . 119 grs. pi. in ibst and none after cdqdivcd . and and two after 1 (var. trefoil after lha FRSna. IV] of Bristol. 1461-1483. Floriated cross with lion and crown in each angle. 1 120 grs. m.. illorvcd and two after ibst. Durrant. no with B under PQR and illorvcd . a. ihe(. no. Bergne (lot 458) and Brice *** collections. IBST. rose on side of ship. and quatrefoil after IB . (Bristolium) under the rev. extremely fine and rare 1 From the Willett. rgcx. lis after and trefoil after Dns. the Leckenby and Brice collections.. "%* From 572 and rare (Bud. wt. PetR and cdadivcd . lot 569 Rose Noble. no wt. rose. . pi. (trefoil after each word and in LBftT. lha). m. 118^ grs... wt. Rose Noble. TRKnsietns. Dns. after rev. (Ken. and on rev. ftVT. legend ending illorv. obv. similar to last. vi. similar to last trefoil after lha. an unpublished variety 571 rev. extremely fine 1 very rare [PI. di. wt. two cdqdivcd. 4). trefoil after 3D. similar type. ib. FRffna. Dymock. pqr. extremely fine Rose Noble. sun on and and 574 i in ibtct. m.pl. after di. Dns. gre. m... (trefoil after each qdwerd. 1).. no. two and none after Dns). . (Bud. 1 573 Rose Noble ship. 119 grs. m. Ill. m. Ken. flag marked with letter q at stern.

.. a very fine coin and m. 39). reading FRna. no m. quatrefoil after FRna. . m. and XRGVftS on rev. as Nobles (see lot 569). each word except DOCDina and in. 1 "%* From 577 Rose Noble Norwich.. quatrefoil after other words. FRixna. (comp. and same m. snGL. the king's face Rose Noble is FRftn. quatrefoil after IB. m. crown on rev. IV] *** This and the next coin may have been struck at York m. lis in waves below ship . and pqr. sun on very rare of this mint 1 *** From 576 the Shepherd (lot 174) and Brice collections. unpublished with these 1 .. vi. 117 grs. on obv. 1 Rose Noble on wt. two trefoils after di and P0R. crown. 59 grs.59 grs. di. Dns. rev. pi. coa. FRJCn. rose on rev. . on obv. one after every other word and after I in IB and of I 24). extremely fine . m. m. fine. sun followed by two trefoils after Di on obv. trefoil after each other word. wt. and one or two trefoils Rax. m. 5). no trefoil after and three trefoils after FRna. with a (Coventria) below ship. last piece Rose Noble of Flemish work. m. m. 119 grs. and reading illorv. wt. m. on obv. wt. (lot *** From the Howard 579 137) and Brice collections. and the rose on the ship very 1 no dots on ship.m. unpublished similar to last. reading FRna. no trefoil after FRftn. DOCDina na. tvo. and reading illorvcd. type. ibst on rev. usual type. wt. 118 grs. 117 grs.. rev. crown on rev. 1 117 very fine 581 Half Rose Noble. many small details. and TRKnsians . usual rose. usual type. his sword very long. 1 *** From 578 the Cuff. trefoil after coa. crown but varied in grs. m. reading obv. and FVRORa. of Flemish work.. z. grs. one after each other word 1 except FRffna. of York. . . of which city was a lis. similar to last but with a Rose Noble (Eboracum) under ship.. Rax. m. large very broad. mint marks [PI. similar type but with n (Nordovicum) under ship. very fine. reading and lhD. . Hastings (lot 262) and Brice collections. (trefoil after each word except on rev. v.. e(DW7CRD. &c.. pi. pi. on obv. Suppl. and coa. .. and rev.. TVO. and extremely rare (Bud. similar to the preceding. m. m. illorv. reading. similar to crown on rev. the usual 582 Half Rose Noble. .78 575 Rose Noble of Coventry.. m. srgvks. on obv. extremely fine 580 ship. 116 grs. but with dots on wt. 5fnGL. very fine in IB3T. FVRORa. of Flemish style. Ken. TCVT.. and quatrefoil after 1^..). (Bud. . fine and rare the Brice collection. lis on rev. in. lis under ship. wt. ill.

of Norwich. similar to the preceding. two after Docoinet.pl. rev. 2 from the Young 590 96) and Brice collections. but with B (Bristolium) in sun on rev.. fr. m. .. word no m. trefoil after each word. fine 58| rev. qdwtcrd. but with g . m.79 583 Half Rose Noble. shield. m. sun over crown on rev. . usual type and legends no m. wt. rose followed by lis reading dqi for di. lis after in). but two after fvrorq and tvo. and fvrorq and SRGVTCS on rev. R€(X ftnGL. Floriated cross &c. on right. trefoil after each word j but not Re( after lished SnGL and on rev. (Rud. (Rud. 8) . rose . and unpublished with this mint mark PI. 29^ grs. 58^ grs.... only . only . Half Rose Noble of waves under ship. 7). of York.m. of York. m. with sun in centre. shield. 30 grs. crown on both sides. sun . no. (lis after below. and Shepherd collections. trefoil after each word on obv. sun to right and rose to left of reading' wt. Bristol. Quarter Rose Noble. di.. wt. sun over crown on ftnGL. m. similar.. grs. Quarter Rose Noble. e( in qdwsrd and each other word . Durrant. (lot 175) 588 Half Rose Noble under ship. Within quatrefoil. 30 grs. e( . m. and rev. on oh). very fine 1 %* 584 From the Howard and Brice collections. wt. trefoil after of York. 58 grs. on obv. 1 585 Half Rose Noble after each wt. crown on rev. r«x and KnGL on obv. m. wt. ill. lis . crown on both sides. wt. . on rev. (Ken. efXftLTTCBlTVR in GLORIA (rose after first and last words . pi. 1VJ very fine *** From the Shepherd and Brice collections. 3). similar to last. trefoil after each word on obv. another. in. Dymock. and lis on rev. an unpub1 mint mark 587 Half Rose Noble sun . (Rud. 6). m. none after etDWKRD. and rare.. GR7C. fine and exceedingly rare [PL IV] (lot 1 "%* From the Bergne 589 462) and Marsham (lot 341) collections. and rev. fine and very rare. 59 grs. trefoil after each wt. rose on rev.. 59 grs.. trefoil word of legends. similar to the preceding. . and KRGVftS on rev. . but none after FRSna. ill. 1 . (Eboracum) under ship m. m. on left. tvo and coet. in legends.. m. as the preceding. m. fine and rare *** From the Jackson and Brice collections. usual legends.. both sides . m. usual type but with n (Nordovicum) m. usual type. but none after in pi. obv.. and lis after each word on obv. extremely fine and rare 1 *#* From the Young. m. 1 unpublished mint mark 586 Half Rose Noble on only . z. each word). two after tvo and none after ftRGVSS. and none after SnGL. above. both very fine (lot 2 *** No.. and SRGVISS.

stern and one from snGL. sun above mast . Half Angel. nos. reading obv. annulet on obv. m. dqi. only . scarce. reading on rev. GRS". 78 grs. z. z. rqdqcdptor. . rev.. well preserved . titles of king on both sides. no. m. sun to left and rose to right of shield. wt. rose and large sun at sides of mast and above shield . exceedingly fine.. aRvaeco. .80 591 Quarter Rose Noble. Retx. cross pierced with pellet in one angle on both sides . 76 grs. VI. none on rev. obv. but two after KnGL. S7CLV5C. and crown on two trefoils after each word on obv. saxvft. fr. Rgx. FRftna . ftnGL. saltires after words of legend . RaDetcopr. 2nd type. trefoil after first three words on obv. 1st type. heraldic cinquefoil pierced on both sides . no. m. similar type to the preceding. rev. FR. nos. 79£ grs. obv. and a type of the highest rarity [PL IV] 1 collections. m. m. 29 grs.. pi. and rose on rev. and reading on rev. Michael piercing the dragon . wt. m. 3rd type. TVS. no. exceedingly fine 1 *#* 596 From the Bergne (lot 466) and Brice collections. RetDecDPT. 23). type same as Angels of the 3rd type (see lot 594). trefoil z. after z). in. trefoil pi. ending rqx. Retx. 2). FRftna. an unpub1 lished variety "%* From 597 the Marsham collection (lot 343). m. .. aRWSQ. after each prow. z. no rays above the mast but topcastle surmounted by cross crosslet e to left and sun to right of mast. . 11). two ropes from . &c). as before. extremely fine and rare 1 595 Angel. wt. similar to the last. and cross on rev. gr£. 3). sax vs.. another of York 1 with m. fine and a very rare variety 1 . TVS. R0Dqcdpt. dns. very fine and rare. sslvs. m. (Ken. Ship on sea. unpublished varieties 2 592 Angel. and . St. wt. qdwsrd. xpg. (rosette after stclvtc and RQDetCDPTOR. . . anvo:e(. similar to the last. trefoils after words of legends. 29 grs. usual type. aRvaeoo. wt.. Angel. word and I in ib:st. on both sides. 79^ grs. reading pq. sun on obv. but m. saltires between words on obv. TCnGL. wt. quatref oil after GLORIA on rev. reading KnGL. (Ken. 1 (Ken. 39^ grs. m. ffnGL. well preserved and exceedingly rare e( 594 Angel. *** From the Davis (1883) and Brice 593 Angel. one at prow . XPa. XPa. nos. . on either side of ropes. sslvs. pqr. 12). m. word on obv. annulet enclosing pellet .. rqdst. rev. Suppl. fine. Bud. (comp. Pe(R. rev. z. ns. three ropes at stern. both . m. ib. (Bud. xpa. crvccicd tvx. di. par. pqr. (trefoil after each adwerd. but to left and rose to right of mast. lis on both sides.. none TVS'. nos. m. annulet on both sides. wt. rose to left and sun to right of shield.

another. pellet each side of crown. SnGL. 2 *** No. of London. (Hks. "%* No. a very rare variety *** From the Cuff and Shepherd Silver.. no marks on rev. usual type. obv. m.. 0. but not that on breast (Hks. Murchison. m. no. both extremely fine 2 find *** No. on rev. Durrant. both 2 collection. lis on neck. and pierced cinquefoil on rev. 1 from the Stamford from the Brice collection. pellet in of \ two quarters of rev. rev. cinquefoil pierced on . cross pierced with pellet in one . no stops except cross after STiGL. 4) obv. aRVX. and legends. 40 grs. rev. Bergne (lot *** From 599 the Twisden. di. m. m. 602 1 from the Stamford find and the Sharp Groat. and no. wt. 14). sva. rev. m. arch on breast fleured. similar. on of fleured. 12 . extremely fine and 1 rare [PI.. 3) another. in. after other words. cross before LonDon and mascle after aivrras. m. 7). Dai &c. after vniaft. unpublished. no. quatrefoil on either side of neck . (Hks. m. similar. on both sides . m. 5). m. obv. arch on breast on neck. on obv. xnGLa . wt. m. m. cross patonce. crescent on breast. 40 grs. pellet each side of crown and in two quarters . no pellet in quarters of cross on rev. ftnGL. (Ken. m. m. lis.81 598 Half Angel. rev. di. (cf. IV] Dymock. extremely fine and similar type . and the Sharp collection . no. both extremely fine and rare collection.pl. rose pierced after aRVX and spqs. after di. m. plain cross on both sides. 467) Half Angel. m. . no. aivrras LOnDOn. Re(X. tressure on breast fleured. no. and Brice collections. reading aDWSRD. Heavy Coinage. same type angle on both sides rose spqs. sun after vniaft. heraldic cinquefoil pierced reading aDW:£RD. m.. &c. tressure on right shoulder fleured. similar. extremely fine and rare find (Hks. &c. rev. rev. lis London. 601 Groat. plain cross. cross not pierced over annulet on both sides . very fine and rare 1 600 Half Angel. qbwkrd. no. grs. m. saltire reading obv. . London. as last. two (Ken. cinquefoil pierced on both sides. but king's not that on right shoulder . 3Va. unpublished. pierced rose crescent on breast . no. 603 1 from the Stamford and the Sharp Groat. rose pierced wt. similar to last. rose after 38| grs. 1 (lot 177) collections. m. 2). :ava. 2 G . 1). Rud. lis . saltires after other words. two saltires after other words. quatrefoil each side of neck. and on rev. Ken. another. not pierced on rev.

.. rose and cinquefoil on obv. with quatrefoil each side of neck. both . Brice collection. quatrefoil each side of neck. N. wt. IV] . and rose on rev. 7f grs. reading etDWKRD. m. usual type. arch on breast fleured and one over crown not fleured quatrefoil each side of neck on rev. RnG. no pellets in quarters on rev. unpublished [PI. of London. arches fleured. on cent on breast. similar. crescent under chin grs. on obv. cross. arch on breast fleured. *** From the Christmas (?) and Shepherd Light Coinage. m. none on rev. rose on both sides. well preserved rose. sun crown and sun . of London.S. and cinquefoil pierced . . m. unpublished. m. of London. both extremely fine and rare "%* Both from the Brice 606 Half Groat.. two crosses before LOnDon.. 1). pellet in two quarters. the other m. rose on obv. unpublished.p. cross pierced. no. pellet each side of crown . Brice collection . . quatrefoil each side of neck . Re(X. probably a unique variety collections.. rev. no.m. fine and excessively rare. of the highest rarity 2 (lot 181). and mascle after aiviTTCS. m. 1 608 Pennies pellet (4). reading qdwsrd. of London. m. 27i grs. fine 1 and of the highest rarity... (see Num. above crown and on breast not Hits. m. . wt. . m. 605 2 and quatrefoil each side of neck. rev. crescent on breast. m. From 607 the Shepherd Half Groat. 1 from the Shepherd collection 610 Farthing. rose. rev. of Durham. cinquefoil pierced on obv. all reading aivrrss DVnOLi and with rose in (2) centre of cross on but otherwise varied. and no stops after 2 collection. (Hies. m. rose on rev. m. similar. pierced. m. one all scarce and well preserved 6 (3) reversed a in Re(X &c. another. annulet. quatrefoil side of neck . Chron. m. m. 1 from the Brice collection. m. another. aiviTfts LOnDon. another. of and rose collection London. m. others (2) of York. (1) rose after rg(X . 611 Groats.. m. rose. same each obv. above crown 609 Halfpenny. wt.. i. mascle after aiviTfts. . m. .82 604 Groat. both extremely fine No. cross fitchee and sun . reading sriGLlef . 7 (rose after Kdivtorq). . rose. . wt. all very fine . 1\ grs. 3| grs. lis on neck. cinquefoil pierced on rev. unpublished . and on rev. arch on breast fleured. aivrras LOnDon. rqx KnGLi. Brice . m. cross. *** No. lis on neck. wt. with m. pellets on each side of crown and in two quarters on rev. 3). mascle after aiviTSS and cross before Don. of London. words. 26 (described in 1 and exceedingly rare (lot 180) collection. j cresGr»oat. 22). *** of London. .

same type. 615 Groats. trefoil before posvi). rose and crown on obv. of London with m.. m. tlie usual types 5 616 Groat. of London. b on breast. and arches fleured above crown). rare . annulets collection. collection collection . of Norwich.m. with pellet in the last one angle unpublished on both rare and well preserved. cross fitchee and . all fine 7 614 Groats. Brice collection another with m. m. m. rose and sun.). and rose on rev. sun on obv. (stops.. Wakeford collection . m. m. also with a on breast. lis. sun. and heraldic cinquefoil (rose . sun on obv. all very fine and . rn. rare . with m. crown . rare. m. after dqvod). m. rose. m. but with cross after POSVI. of of London. heraldic cinquefoil (rose on breast and after posvi and fflDiVTORei). sun of neck. m. Brice and of and heraldic cinquefoil (rose on breast and after dqvod cdqvcd. lis but . annulet and . pellet in one quarter of rev. another of same mint. cross pierced (rose after dqvcd. rare London. e. m. neck. trefoil . Wakeford another of same mint. mascle after aivrras).. sun after 3DIVTORQ). . lis and crown on rev. m. quatrefoil each side neck. sun. m. cross fitchee and sun . of Norwich. of London. 618 Half Groat. cross pierced with pellet j in one angle (rose after dqvcd). Brice another. m. with . crown.) . well preserved 4 The last three pieces are of peculiar rude work and weigh only *** 36 grs. cinquefoil (n's in LOnDon upside down) crown and cross. sun . rare 6 of Bristol. Montagu thought that these may be the threepences which historians say that Edward IV struck. rose (annulet each side of sun . m. similar. and rose on rev. Mr. and rose on pierced. coarse work another with m. m. annulet enclosing pellet (rose each side of neck). m. on breast another. crown . with m. n on breast of York. on obv. b on breast. collection sun.. m. fine rare. same type. annulet (reading aivi. of Bristol. a on breast .83 61 3 Groats. Brice . rose (rose on bust. m. others of Coventry. m. m. no letter on breast and arch on breast not *** All from the Brice fleured. m. rev. all very fine and 6 rare collection. m. m. Brice collection crown and sun . with m. sun. cross sides. all very fine 7 613 G roats. 617 Groat. G 2 . of York. each. others of Coventry. h on breast and another of same mint with m. with m. m.. m. LonDon. lis. m. (quatrefoil on breast and on each side of neck). a on breast . n on breast . Don. all on either side of obv. and sun on rev. m. with m. annulet . annulet on . all fine and rare varieties . on obv.

m. m.. 1 from the Wakeford and no. m. but with rose (?) in centre of cross on rev. crown on . e( on breast of king and quatrefoil each side of neck. 23 grs. preserved 2 rev. aiviTTCS affnTOR. 5f grs. &c. 1 from the Webb collection (lot 190). rev. m. m. .. (engraved of Bristol. m. m. m. di GR7C. .84 619 Half Groat. trefoil each side rev. but with trefoil at each side of neck. . of York. of same mint.. m. sun on obv. . with m... arches of tressure on obv. reading qdw:xb. di. of Canterbury. m. quatrefoil each side of and reading viLLft bristow. and trefoil after dqtcd (Hks. both well preserved and of 2 collection. N. another. Vin. z. reading. of York. 351). pi. . FR3* . with same m. Halfpenny. and arches on obv. and rare *** No. the archiepiscopal pall. aiviTSS aSNTOR. quatrefoil each side of neck. neck of Bristol. cross unpublished and fine of fitchee on obv. crown (?) on obv. GR7C. Bouchier's knot on neck . and 620 Webb (lot 182) collections. another. llf Hks. Num. reading VILLS bristow. rose. 624 Penny.. Re(X.. m. m. lis after posvi. 2 from the Brice 622 fleured. Half Groat. only. with m. Bouchier knot on breast . 11^ grs. another. only. and Halfpenny. wt. 2 from the + Webb collection (lot 187). wt. lis on obv. Chron. and in centre of cross of Canterbury. wt. only. with m. the highest rarity *** Both from the Marsham 625 Penny. quatrefoil each side of grs. lis on both sides. gr3l. and arch on breast fleured (Hks. 353). lis after 2 POSVI and trefoil after dqvcd. cross each side of neck. all fine 3 collection. obv. m.. of neck . m. both good specimens and very rare 2 * * No. Neck. 5). 22 grs. of same mint. TCnGL. vills bristov. both fine and very rare *** No. of Canterbury. of Canterbury. Half Groat. no a in centre of cross on rev. Re(X S".S. . another. archiepiscopal pall. m. m... no. (Hks. 1 *** From the Wigan. of same mint and m. m. and a on breast of king on rev. wt. not fleured . vol X.d. wt.. neck. cross each side of neck Di. unpublished. m. sun on rev. wt. reading etDWSRD. both well and exceedingly rare *** No. m. 350) . reading etDWTCRD.. no b extremely rare on breast. . London. crown.. published from this coin). reading gdwtcrd. 623 Half Groat. (cf. well preserved and 1 *** From the Neck and 621 Webb (lot 183) collections. unpub- lished with this rev. m. Half Groat. crown. 5 grs. m. R€(X . and rose on rev. 1 from the Webb collection (lot 187). 4.

. pellet in one angle lis another. m. and in GRS Rqx. m. m. m. 17). cross over annulet. cross on either side of neck. m. GRS . cross fitchee. m. m. (3) m. reading qdwsrd. heraldic no marks in well preserved.. Suppl. &c. reading on same mint. with (1) m. 9| grs. and D in centre of cross on (2) rev. the second unpublished and not Hawkins *** No. after Retx. of London. trefoil each side of neck (Bud. 3 and 4 from the Marsham collection. quatrefoil in centre of cross on rev. 21). di. rev. of London. no. two saltires . of London. m. m. and Halfpenny. cross over annulet and reading SDWSRD. all rare 6 629 Pennies neck . rose. aiviTSS etBORftar.. others (2). cross pierced and reading De(l. pierced. of York. Pennies Durham. 5 grs. m. both very fine this state extra rare 2 collections. 8) . Mar(2) collection . quatrefoil at sides of (2) m. wt. 5| grs. rubbed. rqx s. v to right of neck. m. crown. . wt. also of wt. rose. obv. crown. m. all fine and rare 6 *** Nos. quatrefoil and b (Booth). (described Hks. uncertain. reading of rqx JCnGL. 1 mentioned by 2 collection. (2).. cross . . 5f grs. B (Booth). 3 and extra rare *** Nos. of York. . . m. Retx SNGLet. (Bud. both extra rare. 2 628 & 3 from the Wakeford collection. hi.. another. quatrefoil in centre of cross . m. from the Marsham and no. De(i GRS. m. sham and Halfpennies field. Brice cinquefoil. m. (2). 10^ grs. 10 grs. in. (2) m. of Durham. pi. 1 and 5 from the Brice and nos. rose. Gibbs' collection . of same mint. crown.pl. similar but with T. of at sides of neck. lis. m. m. 630 Penny. another. GRS. 2 from the Wakeford . the last two fine. Suppl. with same m. %* 627 Both from the Wakeford and Brice Penny. m. and cross after DV. collection of London. unpublished. m. (Thomas Rotheram) to left of neck. on neck. m. crown.m. in DVnOLCD. m. all fine London. wt. to left and key to right of neck. no quatrefoil in centre of rev. aivrras DvnOLCDiet left above crown. cross pierced. with (1) m.85 626 Penny. m. (3). wt. and Halfof penny. wt. grs. and D in centre of cross.. grs.. London. Halfpenny. 11 and Halfpenny. di. wt. of York. trefoils at sides of neck. lis. qdwkkd. m. with (1) m. trefoil each side of neck and . with (1) m. g to left and key to right of neck . m. G (George Nevill) to and key to right of neck. and reading De(i. fine.. cinquefoil. with m.m.. trefoil each side of neck.

Groat. boar's head on obv. 8 . and rose and sun united on rev.. but m.. not fleured. . a to left and rose to right of mast . m. [PI.86 EDWARD a. to last. sva x spas [PI. 1 xiv. IV). similar type reading obv. rose and sun united . rose and sun united on both sides. It is clear that on the reverse the letter r on the left of the mast has been substituted for an &. Michael and the Dragon . but with name of Edward V. Chron. FRSna. rqx. very fine and extremely rare V] 1 635 (lot 469). arch on breast fleured and below it pellet (Num. but not those above crown . very fine. arch on breast. arviTSS LOnDOn (Num. arch on breast fleured.. 634 Groat. p. qdwsrd xdix GRS rqx SnG. 81. N. 636 Gold. no. 1483.. Groat. usual type. vol. either side of mast. unique [PI. 78| grs. * o £ aRVX * 1 and exceedingly rare V] %* 633 of From the Brice collection. Angel. and rose and sun united on rev. very fine *** From 632 extra rare [PI. A. m. m. sslvs. z. . has published a full description of this remarkable coin. London. rqdqcdpt. (cf. Ed. similar to the last. St. It is the connecting link between the coinage of Richard III and that of his nephew Edward V. m. V. pqr TVS sslvs nos xpo RSDetcoPT (no stops). very fine.D. qdwsrd. xpa. m. rev. similar to lot 633 . «tf. wry fine ret>. z. Brice collection. type as last issue of Edward IV. vol. Chron. with St. the and V] 1 Half Angel. on both sides rose and sun united.. and an extremely rare variety 1 *** From the Bergne RICHARD III.d. on both sides. vm. . pqr aRvaaro. m. of London. and Brice collections. wt. S. m. rose and sun united on both sides . . z. obv. and top castle above mast of ship on rev. FRSn . 631 Angel.. N S. Michael and the dragon on obv. . m. nos. Ship on sea. wt.. vol. De(i * Ken.. Silver. SnGL. reading etDWSRD x ORvaetcD grs x R0X x SnGL. reading snGL. r and rose on Ser.. in xv. p. x. 26). 42).. FRSna . 117). x vmas *. 39| ^rs. Montagu I. 79 grs. rev. rev. &c. fine and exceedingly rare *** From the Pownall collection. pi. 1483-1485. of London. m.m.. m. grs. TVS. (engraved Num. V] 1 *** Mr. Chron. di. pi. c. boar's head on obv. VI. Gold. Eks.

. GR7C. wt. V] * sides. only. (Ken. di. Groat.m.) collections. no... Brice in his note in the Shepherd catalogue " I have never seen another of these pieces offered for sale. (Bud. of London. aRVSetcc . z.87 637 Angel. similar to the sides. 79£ grs. 15). oivitks etBORSai (comp. extra rare 79| grs. 44). q. no. for afivaetco... {Ken. From . but reading RiaftD. RiaKRD. (Ken. Parker. 638 Angel. extremely fine and very rare [PL V] "%* From the Currer. 3.m. "KV&. V 641 40£ grs. usual type. 1 *** From 642 the Pembroke. m. and Brice collections. £55) and Shepherd (lot 186. pi. di. (Hies. 1 From the Bergne (lot 470) and Brice collections. RiaKRD. extremely fine and very rare 640 Half Angel.m. wt. rsx ftnGL. fr. similar to the preceding. RiaKRD. aRVX.. ™ : Silver. extremely fine and rare rose and 1 643 *** From the Bergne (lot 472) and Brice collections. extremely fine and rare . rose and sun united on both FRjcna. wt.m. 644 Groat. reading on obv. di. and on rev. 16). wt. boar's head on both sides reading obv. 47 grs. boar's head on both wt. m. rose and sun united on both after FRTfna. for RiaSRD. Ill. but m. and Mr. boar's head on sun united on rev. gra. 17)." says spqs. vniaa . o. 1 as the Angel. ftnGL. v. pi. it was believed by Mr. Bud. Bergne (lot 476) and Brice collections.m. of same type. rose and sun united on obv. 47 grs.. 1). sides. rev. same as last. Groat. ftnGL.m. 23 J grs. Groat. pi. catalogue it is stated to be one of the rarest coins in the English " collection. of London. aRVaa for aRVSetoo. same as the last and same m. and on rev. similar type as before. Bergne to be the finest known. Brice adds probably the best known . London. The R on the reverse shows that in this has been altered from an last coin.pl. iv. Mr. m. usual type. but m. aiviras LonDon. fine and 1 exceedingly rare \* In the Bergne the Bergne (lot 473) and Brice collections.. boar's di. Bud. rev. six arches of tressure fleured. only. z. two crosses 79 grs. reading obv. but m.m. pl. wt.and of the highest rarity 1 F m ^e Hugh Howard (lot 140. of London. 47 grs. rose and sun united obv. fine. Rex. m. extremely fine and rare [PI. on fine. aiViTSS LonDOn. £26 10s." Mr. POSVI &c. rqx. of York. rev. RiaJCRD. very fine and 1 *** From the Brice instance also it collection. z FRftna. 1 and of the of highest rarity 645 Half Groat. grs. I believe 4 or 5 pieces are extant. This is " a beautiful " specimen . obv. 357).vi. v. . head on both sides . but m.m. 1 . 1 (Bud. posvi &c. Montagu possessed three only specimens. type reading obv. reading on rev.m. wt. SnGL. 2). Rax. wt. grs. 639 Angel.

very fine 1 and very rare [PL * * From the * Addington collection. and on rev. Martin. m. four lis in field on either side . 652 Sovereign. . in. 6| aiviTSS LOnDOn. (Bud. D in centre of cross. VII. *** From the Rhodes. di. Shield on rose as on last. ending ftnGL. RiaftRD. boar's head on Half Groat. RQX. and pellet outside tressure below the 1 and extra rare king's bust. &c. Sherwood on breast of king rev. lis.. reading RiaSRD. but m. extremely rare . but no saltires in spandrils of arches . iheisvs. usual cross with (Hks. Retx. wt. obv. m.d. avre(M. with two saltires in each spandril of arches.e. fine and very rare . no. 233 grs. aiViTSS DiRhftOD. correct.m. 4). quatrefoil in centre of cross. TRSnsietns. Pe(R. 20f 263 Snelling pi. of same type at last. V] 653 Sovereign. boar's head on obv. same as the preceding. 18). pellets. (see Hks. pi. rev. Suppl. .. coin shows that it is accuracy of the figure in Ruding . grs. frsH. but this Mr. 5 Ken.. obv.. Halfpenny. &c. T to left rose wt. of York. 1 *** From the 651 Cuff. of London. only.. but m. in good and of the highest rarity *** From the Hks. but no arch over king's head. only. seated facing on wide throne with three arches . di. Ken.. Dns. m. obv. as the preceding coin. King seated on throne similar to the preceding . hlBn. rqx. well preserved and very rare 1 Brice collections. IV.m. fine 1 and a more spread coin. Halfpenny. Dei. v. and greyhound and dragon to right and left on pillar of throne . reading obv. Shepherd (lot 190) and 649 Penny. obv. Half Groat. 1485-1509.. state. and sun united grs. doubts the 648 Penny. 1 (Bud. 4.m. 360). extremely rare *** From the Dimsdale. m. of obv. rev. at. 239 grs. (Bud. Shepherd. and Marsham same type and m. 650 and key to right of king's neck . pi.m. Sainthill and Addington collections. grscis. wt. m. pi. rev.. hsnRiavs. RicffRD. and legend on . dragon. mqdivm. well preserved and Webb (lot 208) collections. n. wt. of London. m.. wt. exceedingly rare and in fair condition of London. z.m. Gold. grs. HENRY a. IB3T. wt. p. but slightly clipped. of Durham. 42. Bust facing. dragon on both sides obv. similar to last coin. lis. 11 grs. heNRicvs &c. pellet in spandril below bust.m. 1 effaced. lOf grs. 1).pl. Dymock. illorvm. and Shepherd (lot 191) collections. *** From the Dimsdale. frk. 2.m. a fine and round coin. arvreM. .. Martin. legend somewhat KnG. snGL. no. open e's in legends. s for Bp.m. rose and sun united on both sides. m. GRS. King holding sceptre and orb. grs. ihesvs. and 1 Bud. I.646 647 London. 3). Small shield on double rose within tressure.. (lot 362) collections. Montagu states that only four specimens are known. SnGL. dqi. iv.

di. similar to the last and same obv. St. 1st coinage. hanRia. rose and sun united on both sides. Angel. hanRia. but m.. 79 grs. he places only one foot on the monster . circle on 1 11\ grs. an unpublished variety. (comp. di. reading ftnGL. R6D6. very fine 1 and exceedingly rare collections. . j rosette between each word and open e's on both obv. FRSna Dns. FRna rev.. similar to lot 654. 80 grs. no. Rax. no. 79 grs.. m. PetR. Lord Hastings. very fine and extremely collections. legend shield and rose on rev. PaR. open e's in legend. usual type. . Pe(R aRVaaco tvkcd sslvs rev. fine and rare [PI. pe. no. snGL. m. j and rev. rqdqtor this obv. an unpublished variety with 1 657 Angel. FRft. usual type. V] . wt. . reading on rev. 78 grs. TVS. (cinquefoil and rose united ?) on both rev. on rev. SVTef. rosette between words on both grs. but m. except Rax on obv. z. legend. pbr. wt. Ken. but no m. illor. lha. &c. 79 (Ken. rev. an unpublished variety and mint 1 mark. m. Rax. stern . *** From the Addington 655 collection. escallop on both sides. 50). Ken. of peculiar form z. lha. (var. z. 1st coinage. 2nd coinage. m. (var. 79£ grs. aRVa. reading obv. well preserved and an exceedingly rare variety . pqr. very fine. saltires between words .. xpo. reading obv.pl. no saltires after words on fine. as on the sovereigns. . &c. wt. di.89 654 Angel. m. RaDaco not broken by head of angel.. ftVT. and Pe(R and nOS on rev. &c. small cross on obv. Murchison. \ obv. aavae reading TVS. aRVSa. tvjt. to the last coin. grs. legend as on Sovereigns. h and rose at sides of mast saltires after words on both sides.m. inner wt. rare 1 *** From 656 the Addington collection. obv. KnGLia. sides. no. z. 2nd coinage. wt. FRftna. sides . both 1st coinage. TRKnsiems. Pe(R. and on rev. m. (Ken.fine. m. \).. trefoil after each word except \ P0R and rare cdqdiv. but the Archangel rests both feet on the dragon . nos. &c. wt. 2). 1 660 Angel. i. lis Angel. and Brice Angel. exceedingly rare. 1st coinage. similar type both sides . and Brice 659 Angel. Michael and the Dragon. Ken. (Ken. 2nd coinage. 9). . RaDaaoPT. sides. hetnRia. mgdiv. a rare variety cinquefoil sides. ib. rqdqt. SftLva". GRS.m. smaller than usual. m. *** From the Curtis. m. VII. escallop on FRftn for FRna.pl. TRSnsies. (var. aRVsa. 13).. and legend on rev. Ship on sea two ropes from and one from prow.. *** From the 658 Cuff. vn. Ken. no. grs. Lake Price. 3). similar to the preceding. cdqdiv. wt. upon rose on nos XPa.. 51). ilorv.

ship. fine and scarce 1 662 Angel. . Ken. hetnRia. no. on . xpa.. R0D.. no. GRS. wt. Ken. SnGLL z. reading obv. rose on both sides . saltires between words. sl. (as Ken. Angel. words . reign. usual type. wt. (sic). Pattern (1). TVS. of legends.. unpublished 1 with this m. pi. (var. fr. z. tvs. rev. aRva. 2nd coinage. m. j rev. &c. 2nd coinage. rosette after vniaS). dl grs. m. unpublished m. 53). very fine and scarce 1 666 Angel. Pet. snGL. The letters of the inscriptions have a less Gothic appearance than those on the usual angels of this reign. Ship with aRVX. &c. m. . m. (rosette after each word). SnGL. rev. wt. hetnRia. hemRia. GRS. vn. &c. 2nd coinage. usual type but of finer work. 2nd coinage. . nos. extra fine and rare [PL V] 1 %* 667 From Lord Hastings and the Brice collections. &c. 1 663 Angel. Albans find. 21). hanRi. m. a rare mint 1 mark *** From the 665 St. SPas. saltires between words. fr. ReDa. par. usual type as and cinquefoil on rev. no.90 661 Angel. 2nd obv. wt. 78 grs. with both feet on the dragon. z. reading obv. SSLVS. very fine and very rare rev. none at ends very fine. on both sides cinquefoil of coin. m. PaR. 74 grs. .. 2nd coinage. xpq. Angel. m. upright anchor on both 79 grs. saltires between words. TVS. rod. *** From the Marsham collection (lot 365). rev. z frs . pheon on both sides . nets (nos) between words obv. each word. cross crosslet on rev. . (saltires after o. Rax. m. 80 grs. unpublished.. Ra. same type sides. 79 J grs. 11\ grs. aRvae(. nos. usual type. . Pe(R. m. m. wt. m. FRS. . and legend ending rqdq. z. &c. wt. dl grs. &c.^ slightly rubbed. vnicS h and rose at sides of mast. paR. RAD. coinage. Ken. sva. frs. no. greyhound's head on both sides . as last. m. z. snGLia. saltires between words. reading obv. wt. Angel. aRvaa. xr. but of finer work. sgl. hanRia.. hanRia. 40 grs. vn. aRVaa. 2nd coinage. Dai. cross crosslet on both sides . m. reading par. saltire after (var. 78| grs.. m. 27 .. reading obv. UNIQUE (?) [PL V] 1 *+* This interesting coin belongs to the 3rd or last coinage of this The m. fine. aRVa. wt. upright anchor obv. m. . 33). (Ken. Michael rev. rqx. . 17). Bud. obv. (comp. 7). type as before. aRva. on rev. m. rev. 2nd coinage. pi. saltire after each word of legends. St. with the Archangel with both feet on dragon. TVS &a.. otherwise fine. rev. and rev. saltires hanRia &c. usual peculiar form as on last type. 668 Half Angel. extremely fine 1 *** From Lord Hastings 664 (lot 275) and the Brice collections. sslvs. iv. rose on obv. Dl. Rax. reading PaR. TVS. m. m. before. fr. rose occurs on the Half Groats of that issue. m. SnGL.

V] collection (lot 196). another of York. wt. arvrors LOnDOn . p.. m. 2nd grs. same type on breast. saltire after each word of legends. 39^ *** From (Ken. saltires between words. (Hks. London. IV. . lis and rose united on both sides . 362). of London. all very rare and . on rev. cross on each side of king's neck. reads as last. rev. 46| grs. hanRia. f. z. no. m. j iv. m. arches of tressure not fleured . no. m. m. and 2 from the Marsham and no. lis. no. arch on breast fleured . . usual type with bust of king wearing open crown. of London. account of the m. z. m. TCnGL. trefoils after other words on obv. m. SnGL. z. pi. m. of same type and m. 1). Half Groat. m. m. obv.m. and rev. wt. *** obv. 7CGL. 361). obv. of London. The arches of the tressure are not continued over the crown. wt. of as last but rose very rare [PI. m. frs. cross fitchee lis Retx. 4). wt. id. very fine and V] the 1 *** From 673 Marsham collection (lot 366). CD for Morton in centre of cross on rev. of London. 23 grs. 48^ grs. similar. legend reading hemRiavs. portcullis on both sides. aiviTSS aftnTOR. z. (Hks. see Hks. m. m. rose on only. Bud. . rev. m. 47| grs. type as last. 15). *** From the Shepherd 675 collection (lot 198). m. m. very fine and very rare 1 obv. similar to the preceding. 3 . lis and rose united on both sides. both fine and very rare 2 Both from the Brice collection. fr. may belong to the first issue of 1 This coin on Henry VIII. wt. wt. tun. dqi. (Hks. 364). fine 3 1 \* Nos. lis after posvi 674 Half Groat. Bud. 670 Half Angel. 49 grs. . another. 9).. and rose united on obv. arch on breast not fleured cross after posvi and no crosses at side of neck. 3 from the Shepherd col Nos. 1 (as Ken. 1 and 2 may belong to the second issue. 267. bust with open crown. pellets in angles of cross joined together. the cross is fourchee and voided in centre . Groat. fine and very rare 1 672 Groat. lection. *** From the Shepherd legend ending Retx. 671 Groat. 6 . (Hks.. (Hks. &a. . rosette after each word of legend on obv. coinage. m. .. fine and rare [PI. First Coinage. fine and rare the Bergne (lot 491) and Brice collections. aivrrfts QBORSai and another of Canterbury. SnGL. in LOnDON. coinage. m. pi.91 669 Half Angel. with open crown. cross on each side of neck . no. similar to last coin. reading posvi &c.. pheon on both 39£ grs. arvrors LOnDOn. m. &c. no. cross after POSVI and LOn.. Silver. gkx.. which reads hemRia. 21) . (Hks.. 2nd sides.

cross 5 crosslet. 679 Groats. m. roses pierced on (4) m. to. (2) three pellets after Detvco . . leopard's head crowned . to. very fine and scarce . tun. 371). reading SDiVTOef . and Halfpenny same mint. 2 and 5 from the Shepherd *** collection. and rev. cinquefoil saltires after words .. and Halfpenny lis and rose united. GRS. leopard's head crowned on rev. trefoil after each word . 373). pellet in otvitss etBORSar. (3) m. from the Naish collection. in fair condition 2 no. greyhound's head. Dl. saltire on each side of neck.. of each side of neck . last. and cross (Hks. (5) to. m. and fine (Hks. pierced cross each side of neck. trefoil on rev. Dl. 10| grs. downwards on rev. well preserved. (2) m. (Hks. of fine work (Hks. (5) m.. all very fine and scarce *** No. trefoil on rev. 3 from the Shepherd and Brice collections. to. heraldic cinquefoil. (2) same each side of neck. hemitia. cross crosslet. (3) m. unpublished.. annulet (?) king with arched crown on obv. *** No. wt. (5) m. large trefoils to arches of tressure . rosettes on obv. . no. all very fine and scarce All from the Brice collection . London. only. (Hks. reading wt. 2 *** Both from the Shepherd collection 677 (lot 199). rax sg. to. (1) m. GRS &c. to. 6£ grs. m. 678 1 from the Maynard and York. usual type. high double arched crown . . (4) m. oivitss LOnDOn. escallop. wt. anchor upright on obv. m. (1) m. unpublished. Halfpenny of same type and mint. 2 from the Maynard Second Coinage. saltire (3) m. m. 4| grs. of London. unique (1). 5 from the 681 Groats. Retx rare rev. Neville Eolfe collection. rare . crown 5 with single arch. arviTSS LOnDOn. usual type. of the highest rarity. leopard's head crowned on both sides. nos. to. crown with single arch. between words on obv. m. reading hetnRa. saltires after words on rev. lis and rose united. 368).92 676 Penny. greyhound's head. (1) m. grs. . lis and engraved from this coin). reading henRia. reading hanRia. Deti. cinquefoil on both sides. 1 from the Addington and no. 370). saltires after 5 words. rev. rev. quatrefoil in centre of cross London. trefoil to left and T (Thomas Eotheram) to right of neck. well preserved . of Canterbury. of io£. De(i. fourchee on m. m.. rose united. 5f grs. to. two quarters. with arched crown. m. very high m. rqx.. Dl. to. llf grs. 11£ grs. to. wt. Bust rev. both extremely 2 collection. saltires after words . . trefoil on obv.. type as m. 368. of London. usual type.m.m.. Penny. GRS. on (4) of arched crown obv. obv. reading hemRia. GRS. arviTSS aSnTOR. to. 366). 680 Groats. CD for Morton in centre of cross. Penny. j rev. rqx &c. m. m. to. m. of London.. wt. and of of rose. 1. 2 *** No.. m. extra rare (Hks.

well preserved. cross of London. brushed straight open e's in legend and is rosette after each word. (5) m.. another of Canterbury. m. m. lis on on rev. . m. seven arches to tressure on obv. 5 from the collection. Hks. 372) . all fine and exceedingly rare 3 . rev. of all fine lis. ton .. lis. (4) m. the hair of the bust away from the two after face. obv. arches of tressure not fleured . *** Nos. m. 683 1 from the Brice and nos. m. m. m. (2) m. saltire each side of neck.. lozenge enclosing (Hks. m. another of same mint. of London. pi. tun on both sides. cross crosslet. another of same mint. (3) m. no tressure on obv.. 4 from the Bergne and no. . saltire each side of neck.. comreverses. rosette after London. two trefoils before and after arviras and LOnDOn (comp. unpublished. only.m. anchor rev. fleured. another of York. obv. very fine and scarce *** No. Halfpenny of London. and rare 5 687 Half Groats. Half G roats. saltires after words . after words. arch on breast not between words of legends. 4 and 5 from the Neville Eolfe collection. heraldic cinquefoil. 1 *** From the 685 Half Groats. Groats. no. (2) m. heraldic cinquefoil. m. lis. m. another of same mint. m. rev. . m. m. of Canterbury. reading on 5 obv. especially the last two 5 1-3 from the Brice. trefoils after words except posvi. 381) . of London. heraldic cinquefoil . m. unique (?) and un- published [PI. m. m. . key each side of king's neck. usual type.. rosettes of London. escallop. m. king with double arched crown . cross to left of neck rosettes on rev. all fine and rare. saltires open between words {Hks. lis above rose on obv. no m. two after LOnDOn. m. 686 Webb with single arched crown. cross each side of neck. with single arched crown. king with double arched crown . m. crown with single arch. all very rare and fine 3 684 *** No. and R and €( in 3DiVT0Re( superimposed. m. cross each side of cd in centre of rev. saltires upright on between words . cross. (1) m. Halfpenny of London. pellet in centre of cross posed of two each word on breast. iv. m. lis. unpublished. (3) m. reading SDiVTOet . martlet. m. of Canterbury.. m. m. oivittcs. differing from any published type. neck. aiviras efBORSai (Bud. rare. m. stops trefoils . and CD for Morton in centre of cross on rev. 372). anchor upright on both sides. V] Webb collection (lot 224). m. Suppl. sgli.. m. 2 from the Bergne and Brice collections. no. stops trefoils. 2) . FRSn. (1) no m. type as before. G roat. m. of York. z. escallop. the arches are not fleured. lis above rose. tun on both sides . lozenge m centre of cross. escallop.m.93 682 Groats. oivitss and LOnDOn. usual type. lozenge enclosing pellet in centre of of Canterbury. 3) . efBORSai.m. e's in legends (Hks.

tun. m. Shilling. (dqv (saltire after each word). rose. *** No. above. vi. Third Coinage. FSa. 1 from the Barclay. similar hemRia. and Halfpenny of London. both exceedingly rare. obv. crown . slightly cracked. with bust in profile. saltires after 142 grs.94 688 Pen ny. lis and lion . m. lion passant on both sides. rqx. no m. far finer than the Durrant specimen. lis on both di. Wigan and Webb collections no. two other specimens only of which are known. (saltire after each word). m. 689 Halfpenny. posvi. both of 2 no. within double circle. DOCDine(. wt. sdivtorq. . RQgqcd. rev. arvrrss aSriTOR (comp. of Canterbury. . double quatrefoil. sqpticd. Within a double tressure of five curves a shield surmounted by double arched crown and between a lis and a rose both crowned rev. hgnRia' di' grs' rqx Sugliq z FRSn' . posvi dqv'x SDIVTO'qvx cdqv. king with single-arched crown and key under bust. 58| grs.pl. Suppl. Liscombe. VI. cdq. Halfpenny of word rev. grs. Shield. type to lot 691.. ill. m. wt. m.. but reading obv. wt. With 692 Shilling. fr. and Addington collections. CDSni. 1494. m. rqx. sides. z. Di. wearing arched crown. wt. 691 Shilling. di. . KDiVTOtf. Bust of king to right in profile.m. of York. obv. on cross fourch^e. 1 from the ford collection. "Septim" reading (Bud. frs. unpublished. Durrant to the British Museum this is believed to be the best known. V] 1 *** From the Bolland. rev. sn. 2 *** No. z. cross (?)." It is.m. hetnRia. 2 those are in the British Museum and " are almost " illegible . 377) . dqvcd. tqqkql. words. . m. 142 grs. lis in each fork. 33). lis on both sides . ffnGLiQ. (Bud. Hks. similar to the last. 376) same mint. PhSRa 1494. arms of England. pi. POSVI. snGL. crown. very fine and extremely rare 1 *** From the Addington 693 collection. the exception of a specimen bequeathed by Col. grs. 18). however. pi. rosette after each m. Within . m. obv. V] 1 *** From the " Hollis. m. Bergne (lot 484) and Brice collections.vcd. uncertain. hgnRiavs. reading obv. extremely fine and very rare [PI. (Bud. arviTSS qborSoi (Hks. m. dqv. Rax. Durrant. extremely rare and fine [PI. 2 from the Wake- 690 Groat of Perkin Warbeck. Durrant and Shepherd collections from the Brice collection. king wears single-arched the highest rarity . fine. SSLWCD. but grs. 19). and of the highest rarity 1 . Murchison. arvrrss LOnDOn. rev. below. especially the second piece. 142 grs.

and to. type as the shilling (lot 691). m. Groat. reading kgl. fine and probably unique. and of York. of which is *** Nos. hanRia. z. to. sovereign type. of London. 354). 699 1 and 3 from the Brice lot. to. rarity 1 698 Groat. and Pennies (2) of York. lis. 385) to. f. cross crosslet . two keys under shield on rev. the second piece without rosettes on obv. to. another. Rax.95 694 G roat. 696 " Septim " Groat. saltires between . to last m.. to. aiviTSS LOnDOn. in fair condition. which is in the British Museum. all fine and scarce 6 collection. rev. m. similar to last. lis on greyhound's head on rev.. to. to. f. only . no. with same pheon. m. with to. and SDlVToa. m.. GKS. similar. only reading obv. rev. as the preceding . greyhound's head on both sides. FR. DaV. fine 1 *£* From 695 the Murchison. lis on rev. Re(X. lot. 1 words. same type as the groats in the precedingreading . cinquefoil pierced. *** Nos.. VII. 1 from the Webb and no. z. 1). is probably the earliest *#* one of the coins with the numerals after the king's name. unpublished . SnGLI. *** No. extremely rare 1 *** From the Wigan. reading as the preceding (Hks." hetnRia' sqpticd' di^ grtc^ Raxx ftnGi/ z fr'. KDIVTORa. lis on only. to. rosettes between words on obv. Dai. Bergne (lot 485) and Brice collections. fine and of the highest . hanRiavs. 697 Half G roat. m. di. . but one circle only around bust. reading SL. in. " Only one other specimen known. obv. all extremely fine and scarce 3 collection. 3 from the Shepherd .m. a"GL. Halliburton Young. no. no. to. another. ccefVCD . rev. Dav. . to. coav. to. 8). similar to. (var. to. . . with to. and probably unique saltires between words (comp. to. JCDivtorq. z. 6) . to.. m. KnGLi. aiviras aBORftai. hanRia. all very rare. saltires between words (Hks. z. the last two very fine. martlet. lis on rev. 1 and 2 from the Webb and no. m. and Marsham collections. ftnGL. . same type obv. unpublished 3 from the 3 Brice collection. reading obv. no. 6) . coav. keys on rev. but reading ftGL. reading obv. the m. Dl. sides.. Groat. posvi. obv. type similar to lot 695 to. (Hks. especially the last coin. sovereign type. to. to. Z. and another. JCGL. z. z. HJcs. and SDivroa . grk. reading sgli. . similar type but with numerals after king's name. no to. pheon. . frs. frs.. lis. martlet (Hks. posvi. Rax. Davco.pl. SDiVTORa. hetnRia. to. fr. 700 Half Groats.m. unpublished This coin shows that the greyhound to. POSVI. lis on both . DL GRK. z. GR &c. rev. to. z. and SDivroa (Sn. RaX. 1). slightly rubbed . and Penny of London. Hks.

4 no. arvrras dirrsgd. pheon on obv.. m. martlet on both sides and keys under shield . 3 from the Neville Rolfe . keys under aiviTffS eCBORjeaL. of London. 2 and 4 from the Brice and collection. all unpublished of London. and d. 5 *** Nos. very fine 5 no. 2CGL. z.. m. z. of (Dunelmensis Sherwood) at sides of shield. no m.. martlet on rev.. shield.m. m. 702 1-3 from the Webb and from the Brice collection. and crown above. others (2) of York. m. m. aivrras LOnDOn. rose on both sides. m. rose on obv. and 3DIVTOR0 .m. s. (1) m. (3) m.. reading XGL. reading combinations of m. trefoil after each word on obv. all very fine and scarce *** Nos. same type.. m. Pennies. with D. (2) m. trefoil . rosette on rev. r. rev. .. lis on and 3DiVT0e( . and on rev. sovereign type.. unpublished another of York. m. (Dunelmensis Ruthall) at sides of . and m. martlet on obv. Durham shield (2).96 701 Half Groats.

wt.. 1st coinage. lis on obv. m. Retx. illorvm rose. (Bud.. m. rgix. H . Sovereign of this issue). 238| grs. {Ken. 1). wt. pheon on rev.pl. cross crosslet on rev. King wearing short beard enthroned. very fine and a dragon. A. svTQM. SALE. 235 grs. 2nd coinage. hiB. TRSnsietns.m. 238 grs. portcullis crowned on both sides. V. 89). Dns. 238 grs. DL and FRSNaia.) on and extremely rare of this 1 *** From the British Museum (1811). lis on obv. feet. m. but four saltires after IBST (Rud. m. 54). par. 705 Sovereign.. obv.pl. ruff. very fine and unpublished 1 %* 707 GR3\ From the Howard and lis Brice collections. TRanaiems. psr. ex hiBe:. m. (Ken. VI] From the Gott and Addington collections (see lot 742 for Double *** Sovereign. GRftaift. m... no saltires after R0X. wt. but on the rev. Gold. one only after IB3T. same type and as lot 704. issue 198^ grs. 2).. wt. Bergne (lot 522) and Brice collections. circle fleured. FRftna.97 SIXTH DAY'S HENRY VIII. 1). illorv. hemRiavs. legends same as the Double Sovereign of this issue (Ken. ibst. on both hemRia. snGLiet.D. Shield of arms on double lis surrounded by double tressure with lions and in the arches (similar type to Henry VII's). arrow on rev. extremely 1 fine and very rare [PI. lis on obv. which is single and ornamented with flowers. p. King . no. wt. lion ihesvs. Shield of arms with supporters. 1509-1546. ibst. aVTQM. m. 2nd coinage. within a fleured circle rev. with rose at his feet. 1 Vin. extremely fine and very rare "%* From the Brice collection. medivm. 8. dqi. below HR (mon. same and legends as on the preceding. m. mqdivm. rev.. enthroned with portcullis at his ihetsvs. very fine and very rare 1 *** From 706 the Hall collection. 704 1st coinage.. pi. a tablet. no. vi. coinage. etc. lot 703 Sovereign... Sovereign. 2). obv. (Ken. gt. 3rd TEnGLie. rn.. there are no type lions and lis in the arches of the tressure. Sovereign.. Durrant. sides. same type and legends as the last coin.

rex. 4th or 5th coinage. fine. m. wt.98 708 Sovereign. GR2C.e. trefoils after words on both sides. ibtct. but reading z. HIB. 95 grs. 158). z. 5th obv. FRANaT. rev. R. 4th coinage. same type as lot 710. lis on both sides. (Bud.. transition type.. francie. MEDIVM. transiens. PER. DI. (comp. annulet enclosing pellet 8. in monogram (William Sharington) on both sides. but reading dbv. coinage. N. Ken. medi. mediv. on dbv. fine and rare . G. wt. hiB. AVT0. AGL. 712 Half Sovereign. rev. z. but reading z. 714 Half Sovereign. m. wt. Forster. m. 4th rev. no. IHS. fine and extra rare 1 Sovereign. 7CVTEM. m. 4th or 5th coinage. 4th or 5th coinage. VI] 1 711 Half Sovereign. REX J rev. et. del gra. pi. z. (comp. and iba. but with annulet above king's head and below his feet. m. below H. annulet enclosing pellet on both sides. 8. rex. unpub1 transiensi lished per. per. s. xii. m. GRA. wt. reading .. rex. of Bristol. m.. medivm. very fine and rare. very fine. (mon. unpublished with this mint mark [PI. wt. hemRia. agl. The only given to the Half Sovereign. King hEnRia. 1). m. no.. and another above crown on rev.. annulet enclosing pellet on both sides. ihs.. an unpublished variety *+* From the Dimsdale. 17). FR^naiQ. 92 grs. ihs. 185 grs. hib. coinage. avtem. s on both sides.) on tablet . very fine. p«r. HENRIO. hiberni.. m. m. 1 95 grs. similar type to the preceding. King with short beard enthroned. m. ihs. 11). 96 grs. rev. ILLOR. lis on hiber. sgl. D. rose at his feet. m^di. letters). fran. under shield (Ken. but no annulets on dbv. Shield with supporters . Bud. illorvm. an unpublished variety 715 Half Sovereign. Shield with supporters as on the preceding . 5th wt. Chron.. p. Z.m. no. D. reading obv. henric. Martin. but with TfGL. hibern. IHS. ibat. illorv. IBAT. . similar type. Re(X . (Ken. 99| grs. VI. FRanaiE. S. an unpublished variety 1 713 Half Sovereign. hiber. henric. AVTEM. m. 90 grs. m. dbv. ibat. same as the pre- ceding. and rev. -191 grs. (sic) G. 4. extremely fine and exceedingly rare. s on on illor.m. rex. (letters chiefly obv. 8. wt. illor. 709 Eoman). 94). w. very fine and extra rare I.. rev. rev. and Addington collections. AVTE. tranoiens and illor. pi. and reading transie. per. TRAnaiEns. 1 is %* 710 piece of this type described by Kenyon third coinage on account of its weight 199*5 grs. m. TRAnsiens... TRANSIENS. di. dbv. 8. same type as the preceding. coinage. 11). 1 p. . 8. ibat. Roman letters in legends. 4th or 5th coinage. (Roman rose after each word. vi. rex. annulet enclosing pellet on both sides.. but there is no fleured circle . AGL. wt. (Num. same type as lot 710. enthroned as on the preceding.

r. the dealer. hemRia. but m. E. Michael piercing the Dragon. 80 grs. Dimsdale. piercing the Dragon with a spear Rud. and Brice collections. Shepherd for £70 at the It is latter's sale it was purchased by Mr. cdqs. rev. which both rev.99 716 Half Sovereign. no. rose on both sides. very fine and extremely rare [PI. except R0D0. G. K at sides. nos. portcullis crowned on both sides. Pe(R. SGLiet.. stops be. m. g'x m. hetnRia. which are in j Eoman the George Nobles. wt. 36 grs. George on horseback. 6). K (Henry and Katherine of Aragon) at sides . z. one saltire after each word of legends on both sides. Montagu for £255. m.. z. 3). same on both hiBetRi sides . . Lombardic character. 717 George Noble. St. netQT. J. Iienric'x d' x fra'x dns'x Iiybe'. 1 UNIQUE [PI. that this coin belongs to a later date than the The letter K on the reverse is therefore probably initial of Katherine Howard or Katherine Parr. obv. TSLL Dioff. GRS. 1st coinage. but m. m.. characters. m. DnS. rev.. obv. 5th on obv. mint mark wt. FRft. m. Thomas. 71 grs. rose on both sides. TALI x dica'* r'x agl' Zx sig° mes'x flvctvari x neqt. saltires after words. *** From (Rud. St. type as the preceding. D. in the highest state of preservation. Young. 5CGL. The Half Sovereigns with Henry's name and the young portrait are described under Edward VI. 2 .. SGL. evident from the style of lettering of the inscriptions. netQViT. Wigan. who sold it to the Eev.. which may be a pattern. and not of Katherine of Aragon as on the Nobles. V. TVS'. tween words imperfect quatrefoils. very fine and very rare with this 1 * * From the # Bergne and James collections. SftLVS. extremely rare. VI] the Bergne (lot 512) and Brice collections. extremely fine and rare [PI. (Ken. di. Ship with double rose on mast and h. m.. wt.. flvotvsri. Shield on ship. hetnRia. sig°. rev. HALF GEORGE NOBLE. d. cinquefoil reading obv.. vui. usual type. aRVaet. obv. 1 H 2 . XPe(. z. pi. g. . an unpublished variety 1 *%* From the Addington 719 collection. George on horseback piercing the Dragon as on lot 717. This very interesting and "%* unique coin was brought from Paris many years ago by Mr. 718 George Noble. wt. pi.. sig. 69 grs.. similar to lot 717. R. RQX. Curt. same as the preceding coin. DiaftTft. but the gallery of the vessel is ornamented with circles and not with a trellis pattern. m. St. also €( s on rev. RQDet. 720 Angel. VI] From the Shepherd collection (lot 211). e( under shield and letters of legends of 94 grs. Ship with rose on mast and h. on his feet stand .coets. fine. FLVaTVSRi. with h and rose at sides of mast. This would partly account for the great rarity of this coin. v. FRftna. wt. coinage. fr. hiBe(Rie(. tsli. DnS. VI] 1 *** From the Tyssen.

rev. on both z. fine and rare 1 *** From 728 the Brice collection. F. tvjc. reading on vniaft. d. the m. m. hanRia. wt.. as the last coin. usual type. very fine. m. same type and m. obv. Angel. vi. 8.. 80 grs. Half Angel. z. vnias . hlB. 3rd legends . but without mast the obv. rare in this condition [PI. fine 1 and a rare 726 Half Angel.. h and rev. as on last but ending RQDa. 1st coinage. m. coinage. same type and m... usual type. grs. fine. fr. on both sides. as last.. sides. 7CGL. m. hemRia. rev. castle on both sides . pi. rev. but with annulet above the angel's head and on ship . wt. except rqd. 39 grs. viii.. di. sgl. grs. sgl. hemRia. (Ken. fine 1 and a variety of extreme rarity %* From the Brice collection.100 721 Angel. sgl. z. viii. m. viii. wt. 7). z. and same but there are three annulets on the ship. wt. XP0. aRVX. one saltire after each word on variety obv. RQX . same as last. . pi. an unpublished and 1 rare of this coinage 724 Angel. rqd. 2nd coinage. GRS. but with annulet on ship and after each word on rev. (Ken. m. 2CGL. castle on both sides. reading obv. 6).. 39£ grs. m. Rax. spqs. m. two saltires after each word on rev. m. z. Rud. but no saltire after . 3rd coinage. extremely fine and rare . 38 grs. Angel. nos. two on rev. 50 grs. wt. . 79 grs. except rqdq. D. m. frs . sslvs. jcva. very fine and a variety of 1 (lot lis extreme rarity *** From the Bergne 723 513) and Brice collections. (lot 720). type of Angel but no numerals after king's name reading obv. . vi. 1st coinage. G. m. lis on both sides. rqx usual legend. castle obv. reading obv. 8. hemRia. . . same type and legends as the preceding coin. di. m. FR3\ Z. aRvaet. g. but m. Half Angel. extremely 1 *** From 727 the Bergne (lot 514) and Brice collections. hemRia. the 1st coinage.. (Rud. . rev.. reading obv. fine and scarce of this coinage 1 *** From 725 the Young collection.. 80 grs. usual type. wt. hlB. obv. 1 . wt. one saltire after each word on except FRft. G. saltire after each word on both sides.. lis Half Angel. 1st coinage. no. par. pi. m. coinage. r. on the 1 form of a castle above H "%* From 722 the Leckenby collection. rose at sides of Re(D. is in the wt. VI] 39 and a very fully spread coin. legend ends SGL. 3rd on both sides. o.. m. and variety two on rev. and on for rsds. rqx. 56). d.

Shield of arms crowned . m. V. same as the preceding. G. rev. R. 1 from the Addington and no. 733 Crown. m. 57 grs. same type as the preceding and same legends. usual type. 2nd wt. lis on both sides. m. %* 734 No. Vin. r. Dai. on both sides. rev. SGLa . two on rev. R. two saltires between each word on both sides. ROSS. ix.. Crown. . lot 719). m. g.. 1 *** From 732 the Bergne (lot 518). k. 730 Quarter Angel. reading obv. and reading sia. m. crowned in field on both sides. on both sides. FRSNC. similar to last lot. and hiBQRnl. and Ship on hemmavs. FRSnaia. K. FRSna. hENRiCVS Z. no. . A double rose crowned between h. di. no letters in field. Dei.. z. K. Rax . 2nd on both sides. pi.. 57 . m. Shield with arms crowned .. vin. RVTILSNS. SGLia. but reading SGL. Young. k. but with h. rose on both sides and h. 57 grs. . lis on both sides. rose on both sides. St.pl. z. hiBaRnia. 2 from the Brice coinage. rev. FRSnae. both crowned. 28£ grs.101 729 Quarter Angel. grs. Dns. z. wt. . spis. 3rd coinage. and reading SGL.. G. hlBERn. hiBeRnia. RVTiLSns. rev. Dai. sina. hetnRia. m. one each word on obv. A rose crowned between h. only. lis Crown. k on obv. sgl. rose on both sides. DNS. . m. vi. and scarce (Roman characters). SPINS rev. 57 grs.. obv. sides. crowned in field on obv. (Ken. but with h. rose sine. Michael and the Dragon. SPinS. lis on both sides. wt. r. SGL. wt. both very fine. and legends z. hetnRia. 6). m. ROSS. crowned on both reading obv. coinage. (var. m. similar.. m. 19 grs. 11). 8. hanRia. m. FRSna. (Ken. SGLIE. SGLia. 2 from the On account of the # Hastings and Brice collections. usual type. wt. grs. obv. fine and extremely rare [PI.. Crown. and Brice collections. 2 ROSS. arrow. m.. no. &c. saltire after aT.. FRSna. hiBaRnia. fine. RVTiLSns. Roman letters in the inscriptions the second piece must be given to Katherine Howard (see also the Half George Noble. 3rd coinage. the first rare 2 collection. 2nd coinage. and Roman n's in hetNRiavs and FRSNaie. 63). with h. m. reading obv. VI] 1 * From the Cuff. only . m. another. Bud. extremely fine . (Rud. DEI. wt. but reading di. K. Bergne. and Half Crown. rev. SPINA (Roman N). with h. viii.. GRS. frs. K. 2nd wt. both scarce 2 . 56 grs. very fine and very rare without the initials on the rev. both extremely fine * * No. 19| grs. pi. z. 28 grs. 9). m. m. wt. viii. and Half Crown. usual type as lot 731.. and Brice collections. 2). fine and extremely rare 1 *** From 731 the Hastings and Nash collections. Dns. (var. coinage. SINE. G. wt. (Ken. m.

crowned on obv. Dai. very rare. 48g. hanRia. usual type. of the latest issue of this reign 740 Crown. Rosa. (var. Bud. m. crowned on both sides . 8. no. both rare 2 739 Crown. vm. with H. both fine and unpublished collections. sp. hiBaRnia. z. R. m. Ken. (Ken..grs. Rosa. m. 59). hB. 47 grs. reading obv. vm. z. wt. both m. and Half Crown. wt. reading obv. m. rex (Roman throughout). spi. (all Roman letters). usual type with king's name on shield side. 4th coinage. annulet with pellet on both sides. DL jtgl. wt. rvtils. 24 grs. of rough work. wt. (var.. 2nd h. arrow on both sides. type as in previous lot. hiB. Sgl.. wt. 67). . m. . frs. and Half grs. but with rvtilans. 8. rare 2 1 *#* No. reading obv. grs. type . ix. martlet on both sides. G.. 1 *** From the Peace 736 Crown. AG. but with h. 2 and no. wt. henric. type as in lot 733. 57 grs. m. k. 8. i. 60). m. m. GRS. unpublished varieties. Hi. pellet h. FR. arrow on both sides. spina (Ken. Dai. 4th coinage. spina . and pi. and not crowned on obv. I. hetnRia. spins. rosx sina. 5th coinage. not crowned on both sides j reading obv. del reading gra. spi. r. and H. G. r. obv. m. hiB. 8. m. 44 grs. pi. and rev. both fine %. . wt. 2 from the Bergne and Brice 738 Crown. RGL. wt. 10) . Retx j rev. on obv. m. H. 1 from the Chesham find collections. hetnRia. but with (Henry and Jane Seymour). no. rvtilsus rosx sia. but with (Henry and Anne Boleyn). vm. rev. 57^ grs. sine. SPinS. 28 grs. usual type.. SGLl. rg(X.102 735 Crown. . letters crowned on . RVTiLftns. hib. 737 from the Shepherd and Brice Crown. rev. Sina. ROSA. only. V. annulet with on both sides. 2nd h. hanRia. and rev. R. RVTiLSns. 7. 13 . but h. di. 24 grs. reading obv. z. Ken. m. m. reading obv. fr. letters throughout Roman. coinage. fine and a very rare coin [PI. 5th coinage. rev. crowned on both sides . type and legends as on last but rvtils for rvtilans. well preserved. coin. type as in previous lot. FRSnai. 5th coinage. . rare. rev. somewhat rubbed. 11 and pi.. RVTILANS. agl. I). rev. m. hetnRia. ROSS". unpublished 1 . stops diamonds. D.. m. g. D. R. m. no. varieties. a. exceedingly *** This coin may be of Edward VI. of second piece also unpublished. rex . e on obv. m. jcgliq. legends as on last coin but spia 1 . m. z. and ros. sina. coinage. sin.* No. z. no. fra. rev. 48 grs. crowned on rev. VI] collection. pi. z. arrow on both sides. usual with h. henric. 1 unpublished. and Half Crown. Retx. wt.. f. rev. FRftna Dns. arrow on both sides. Rax. 8. 4th coinage. usual type. annulet with pellet on both sides. m. . z. crowned on both sides . R. (Ken. obv. Crown. sinet.

8. Thomas (lot 216) £30. 47 grs. . hediRia. not crowned on both sides . R. m. Devonshire. Bergne. m. hiB. holding orb and sceptre. not so well preserved. 742 DOUBLE SOVEREIGN. rev. with h. are bare spear is .. 8. Martin. crosslet 1st coinage. which is in tJie British Museum 1 * * * From the Dimsdale (lot 500) £40. legends reading obv. R. or Shepherd collections. (Ken. rqx 3). extremely fine. Ross. crowned on both sides . — . of same mint.. ihasvsj £VTe(M TRSnsietns^ pqr centre of double. very and Half (quatrefoil after JCnGLiet). collections. G. obv. rev. z. FRS. This coin is unpublished and perhaps a unique pattern. lis < on obv. Murchison. . only one other specimen known. . of Bristol. obv. heNRicC vm'x d x x tinctly shown and the end X legs. " unique? [PI. illorvm x ib:stx Shield in surrounded by an ornamented tressure of ten x mqdivmI arches. z. m. It is from the same die as lot 704. hiB. fine. G. but the head of the Archangel is larger and FRSae( seems older than usual and is surrounded by a large glory . m. Wigan and Marsham (lot 391) £116. with h. no. ROSS. very fine and of the highest rarity.pl. g x r x sglj usual type. w. varied. Cuff. 10 (Eud. (mon. KnGLie. lis on both sides. RVTiLSns. m. .m. usual type. sinet.) on Crown rev. the arms are covered with armour. Bud. 1 from the Shepherd 216) and Brice collections.. 1). VI] 1 *** From the Brice collection. vi. pi. fr.. Patterns. portcullis at his feet . 4th coinage. spins (quatrefoil after ROSS and sine) . cross on rev. wt." William Brice. hetnRia. 75% grs. wt. m. the breastplate on the body is dis- 743 ANGEL. (var. usual both very rare 2 (lot *** No. no. V. Pe(R x aRvae( x tvsx SSLVS nos x XPe x shield . . Re(X. D. 476 grs. D. Dymock.. Ken. ANG. no. The excessive rarity of this coin is shown by the fact that no specimen occurred in either the Trattle. trefoil slipped and pierced on w. within FRSna'x Dns'x hlB'x a fleured border x hemRiavs x Ded* GRftaiK x Re x KnGLiQ* QTx King enthroned. only. reading obv. 2 . S in monogram (William Sharington) on rev. rev. m. type.. &c. precisely as Ken. wt. Although extremely fine the weight is only The workmanship is very neat and much better than is 75| grs. s.103 741 Crown obv. the cross at the of the Re(D. which are generally armed. Ship on sea as usual with h and rose above the gallery around the ship is ornamented with a dot in each section of the trellis pattern and the portholes are shown by pellets. rose. fine. rev. usual at the period. 3).

di GRft. sun above clouds. in centre h within quatrefoil . m. m. 13). and probably the z. m. (Thomas and Halfpenny of London. di . obv. Cross with rose in centre. m. xn). R«x. m. same type. all fine and interesting coins. II. gra. keys only under shield . . of London. Detvco &a. hetnRia. Portcullis is . m. of . of extreme rarity and the finest of the only three specimens known 1 *** From the Shepherd collection (lot 219). pi. Shield. keys under shield and cardinal's hat below. rev. (1) m. lis and T. Cross voided. same collection . 2 and 3). m. pheon. very rare. Shield. m. rev. &c. obv. portcullis crowned . portcullis crowned and York. reading ftGL. di GRft. m. D. First Coinage. pi. Suppl. vn. on cross fourchee (Bud. this excessively rare piece Bud. pi. portcullis. francie. hemRia. Sovereign ftV. 7 and an interesting series 746 Half Groats. ft. m. obv. unpublished . with three bars across each limb. (Wolsey) at sides Webb collection. no m. reading ftGL. of London. m. anglie. keys under shield and cardinal's hat below T. 744 G roats. the last scarce . lis and lion alternately in angles (Bud. m. m. Bust in finest specimen *** From 749 known [PI. portcullis. arms of France and England quarterly. m. nos. crowned. . Sovereign type. . features of Henry VII .. at sides of 7 head. 17. crowned on both profile hemRia. m. 1513. (2) m. 4 and 2 very fine. FRftna. York. TORnftaan. m. vn. Suppl. 1 (4) same m. z. of London. 1 Tour nay Groat. (Wareham) at sides of shield. on cross. m. (3) same m. A. CIVITAS tornacensis 1513.m.. m. m. another of same mint and type. and Hks. . martlet. m.. z. m. wavy star . . ft. m. pi. cross. castle. vin. ftGLL. of London. and Halfpenny of Canterbury with w. z. cross and w. 2. Webb Canterbury. rev. fr FRft (Bud. di. m. . London. fourchee. m. another of same mint and type and of shield.. type. Webb collection Ruthall) above shield all fine type. York. F. Pennies. m. Brice collection . m. portcullis crowned. star. m. et. aiviTfts. type with bust of in profile crowned but with portrait Henry VII and reading obv. portcullis crowned. . t. VI] the Bergne (lot 492) and Brice collections. Canter- bury. 8. w. 745 Half Groats. Pennies. chipped. posvi. rex. rev. above shield . henric. Shield crowned between lis and lion passant. and Durham. Tou may Groat.. 747 Farthing. reading ftGL. m. 3 and 4 fine *** No 1 from the Brice collection. m.104 Silver. m. w. m. reading rqx. 395 engraved in 1 *** From the Shepherd 748 collection. m. sides.

but the letters on the obv. z. from the Brice collection (3) reading FRftnaa (sic). cardinal's hat below cross. type as in last lot. usual type m. collection rev. arrow. of dinal's hat below. of London.. and . . lis. cross. JC. same m. w. m. cross on on rev. collections . all fine. Halfpenny both unpublished and extremely KGL. flBORSai with T. an interesting series of Wolsey''s coins 4 754 Groat. unpublished'. and (5) m. z.. E. m. rev. unpublished. also with w. reading SGLie( . m. &c. but reading FRKna. another of same mint. m. REX. m. (Wolsey) at hat below cross. cara very rare mint mark . rare and interesting coins and 7 .. (l)m. . arrow. lis on obv. (2) same m. ft at sides of shield. rev. with m.. fr. at sides of shield. m. same m. m. cross fleury London. Half Groat of York. adivtorq. but with L. type with obv. reading FRfta. 752 5 on both sides (Ehs.. and Durham Penny.. key and «. no initials of Wolsey and cardinal's on rev. legend are mostly Roman. KDiVTOa. on rev. at sides of head . lis 7CGL. m. 753 Groat. all very fine specimens Groat. T. of . key on obv.. (2) same m. (1) m. L. Catherine wheel on shield obv. fine. m. m. .. T. of same rare 2 of York. De(V. m. usual type. m. m. m. G. m. m.. Detv. COEV. 750 Groats. m. of London. .. rose. Brice another of same mint and same m. with t. m. (4) m. rose on both sides. collections . Sovereign type. but reading FRftnaet . m. m. Bieber collection . w. at sides of Brice collection. w. m. and type. type as before. at sides of shield and cardinal's hat below. Dl. acorn. &c. of London. none on rev. Brice collection Pennies. m. hENRic. C (Thomas Cranmer) at sides of of Canterbury. of Canterbury. unpublished. and E. pheon obv. on obv. m. T. both reading FRfta. York. m. cross. reading hemRia. but reading FRTCa and of different bust 3DiVT0e(. Sovereign type. l. VIII. all Canterbury rare and interesting pieces Halfpennies and and of fine. m. mostly very fine. DL GRA. issue. and R. frr. rev. but reading Dl.. (5) (4) m.105 Second Coinage. Bergne and Brice fleury obv. slightly rubbed . 396).m. m. London. lis. m. Half Groat of York. a (Thomas Cranmer) at sides of head. on of York. sun and clouds. cross. all fine and rare. Henry VIII's own . 5 : 755 Half Groats. m. w. w. with larger and and drapery. posvi. m. portrait in profile . reading aiviTftS another of same mint. Brice collection . viii. usual type. only.m. the last a rare mint mark 5 751 Groats. with m. G. . m. sides of shield . (3) same m. t. and on rev.m. rare . (Edward Lee) at sides of shield. . shield. and Halfpennies of London. Shepherd lis and Brice collections arrow. m.. m. at sides of shield and cardinal's hat below Shepherd and Brice T. posvi.. rose. m.

SPI. T.. viii. as in the preceding but slightly varied in the king's portrait. rev. D. civracs LONDON. cdqv. Rax and jtdivtoq. type as the Groat.m. . m. n. wheel on both sides and c at sides of shield of no letters at sides of shield 757 Farthing. w. and 1 *** From 760 the Brice collection. of Canterbury. Portcullis. (Bud. with Bust facing (of Fine Silver). 758 Testoon. obv. rev. reading henrio. m. rvtilsns ROSS. d.. same lot. 762 Groat. reading 3DiVT0e(. m. lis. lis on obv. 18). all very rare 3 *** No. type and m. Rax. Third Coinage.pl. R. and Penny of London. similar to lot 760 (Bud. Ill. Double rose crowned between h. Sovereign type. g. FR7C. 7CDIVTORQVM. but reading fr. all fine and scarce coins . Viii. at sides of shield and cardinal's cap below cross . *** No. (Bud. on both sides. d. m. and SDiVTORet). Slna. posvi.. 7 m. Cross with one pellet in each angle. m. ROSA. Bust facing. m. pi. lis. z. dqv. Catherine T. DavM. m. G. m. same reading adivtoqrivm. hartRiu. crowned. vol. of London. DimsDurrant. 8. as the preceding. h. &c. both very fine and rare. (two saltires after Detv. but m. Groat. w. m. lis. especially the second piece 2 collection.. 3) . z. m. 3). m. 2). 2 from the Henderson. fine and very rare 2 lis. and rev. extremely fine and very rare 1 m. m. Bergne 759 (lot 498) and Brice collections. another.. g. crescent or c on obv. pi. m. GRflars".106 756 Half Groats. d. Bust slightly turned to right. 13) and reading H. m. and rev. s in each fork of cross (Snelling. from the Brice collection . Pennies. viii. m. and Halfpenny of London. XVI. lis (?) on obv. obv. pi. rose . . mevm. 3 from the Bergne and Brice collections. viii. Roman letters chiefly in legends. crowned (Bud. no. of later issue but of fine silver.pl. % at sides of shield. Bergne (lot 500) and Brice collections . of London. key. viii. fur mantle. 42). grs. with full face. pi. m. of Lon- don. dale. lis Testoon. and civrrxs London. 1 761 Groat and Half Groat. Shield on cross fourchee with annulet in each fork (Bud. SDiVTORet. POSVI. "%* From the Dymock. 8. 1 fine and of the highest rarity. henRia. m. another. . lis. . SGL. same rev. obv. 3 grs. agi &c. with mantle and fur collar . Half Groat. Suppl. hiB. two lis on rev. possibly only one other specimen known *** From the Wigan and Brice collections. T. York. of Durham. one fine and very rare onobv. no. hB. m. m. m. m. extremely fine. 2 from the Brice . di.m. both very fine. m.

liEnRia. very fine m. Hall. but instead of di. Bud. full face. lis on obv. m. Brown. reading obv. Eose crowned between h. type and legends as obv. . crowned. reading d. lis) of London. legends as last. Bust facing. m. GRft. slightly chipped. 767 Testoon. of London. Penny and Halfpenny (m.. s (Suffolk or Southwark) on both sides . g. and florets on rev. Durrant. arviTfts BRISTOL. w. ceding. &c. m. Kose crowned between h. m. with Bust facing 763 (of baser Silver). reading all fine (in mon. the Groat has s in each fork of cross on rev. Testoon. g. m. type.. . pi. also Groat. aiviTfts rev. on rev. 1 unpublished with this m. last. s on obv. m. and type as the preceding coin. well preserved. 8. with three-quarter face and rev. 8. scarce 1 764 Testoon. rev. m. rose between two crosses 771 flory after arvrras. type same as specimens. but Eoman letters entirely same type as the presome in obv. 1 769 Testoon. s. and Brice col- lections. viii middle and end of legend (comp. and Hks.) on first 7 . small crown above and scarce lis 766 Testoon. hiB. rev. fine.. D. obv. three florets at the beginning. annulet enclosing pellet on both sides. LonDon. of London. posvi devm 3:divtor[em] mevm. full face. m.. rev. m. extremely fine and very 1 rare. in monogram (W. one only after cdqvod. Sharington).107 Third and later Coinages. GRft. rare 1 reading sdivtorivcd cdsvcd. very rare same m. 6). Bud. m. annulet and on both on sides.. 409). pi. s. arrow). m. rev. 765 Testoon. very fine and one of the best known * # * From the Dimsdale. legend. m. m. . Half Groat and Penny aiviras BRiSTOLiet. G.. bust reading obv.. last. R. m. larger (comp. viii. d. m. FR3\ z. hetnRia. Bust of king crowned. of London. m. extremely fine reading oivitss LonDon. Testoon. slightly cracked *** From the Brice 768 collection. two trefoils between 1 and rev. Bergne. w. annulet on rev. Half Groat (m. English m's. 409). of Bristol. fine and extremely rare 1 Groat. m. 1 and very rare *** From the Brice 770 Testoon. an extremely fine portrait. di. Hks. collection. m. florets as same type and on lot 767. Roman letters . and e on rev. m. 2CGL. rev. REX . of Bristol of same two. R. crowned (comp. usual type. same each word on rose. hetnRia. legend civitas LONDON. SnGL &c..

ang. and Addington collections.. AG. the second piece unpublished 2 collection. Half Groat (m. m. # of Bristol of . all fine * * Nos. arrow. hib. and Penny of same mint. z. on both sides. but reading agl. + 1 . all with m. 2 from the Gibbs obv. m. qd. 12). dqv. bow. 777 Groat. e).. z. swm. Half Groat and Penny same type. rose and quatrefoil after aivrras. civitas London. rex. T. and reading posvi dqvcd &c. est (Rks. m. 410). but reading. the first reading rev. and with same m. also Groat.. but cross and lis after aiviras. henric. three-quarter bust. reading oivitxs etBORSar. Half Groat and with 776 Penny of York of same type. with three-quarter face. . of London. m. lis in each fork of cross . hi. both with m. reading arvrocs bristoliq w.. rev. aBORSai. mostly fine of Bristol. viii. threequarter face.. g. pi. Murchison.m.. 774 Groat. and Half Groat of same mint and type. # 1 from the Brice and no. Shield on cross (Bud. g. lis). and the others oivitas London. m. also Groat. reading civitas cantor. redd. &c. unpublished . Half Groat.108 772 Groat (m. 1 *** From 779 Half Groats of London. fine for this and very rare the Bergne (lot 504) and Brice collections.m. e and and reading civitas LONDON . Groat with Groat. all fine for these coins 5 775 Groat and Half Groat of London. of great rarity and fine for this coin * * From the Martin. m. reading aiviras aSnTOR. posvi.m. henric 8. same m. Penny and Halfpenny of London. of same m. 5-7 from the Bergne ¥r lection. rev. d. rex rev. of Canterbury. fr. and Half Groat of same mint and type. 1-4 from the Bergne and Brice collections.) on Groat and Half Groat. Haif Groat and Penny three-quarter face. redde cviqve qvod est. with also no m. coin of London. type and legends as the preceding. (in mon. Penny and Halfpenny three-quarter face. Half Groat. both fine and (?) L in monogram on exceedingly rare. 7 773 Groat.m. m. cviq. 778 Groat. of same letters. the fine of York. for AG. s. fra. also G roat of Canterbury. and nos. Penny and Halfpenny type. three-quarter face type. but the last 6 Groat. m. reading oivitss Eoman letters. d.. reading aiviTRS bristoliq. and reading civitas CANTOR. m. and type as the last.. all Koman 8 col- * * All from the Brice collection. and letters throughout smaller. m. of London. * * No. well preserved and very rare swm 1 * * * From the Shepherd collection (lot 225).

z.). *** From the Marsham collection 782 Half Sovereign. N. z. .. on all both sides devm with . Num. 26. Bud.109 780 Groat of London with m. \ fine and very rare (lot *** From the Bergne 543) and Brice collections.. agl. per. with his father's name. gra. wt. reading D. avte. (mon.. 93 grs.. as lot 781 . rev. . w. rev. rose at his feet .. j Roman letters throughout. (var. HIB. (mon. same as the preceding. rose at his feet. none after per 94 grs. m. no. R. on either side. m... 8. (comp. m. arrow on sides. 1546-1553. no. per. illor. and picklock. very fine and rare . Ken. lis on both sides. ibat. D. Gold. rev. m. and one after every other 1 784 Half Sovereign. d. s (in mon. Crowned shield with supporters . . 100). m. m. VI. below H. m. reading j CIVITAS CANTOR. 99 . (Ken. transiens. enthroned. and broken annulet in each fork of cross on rev. rex. lis on rev. illor. ihs. 29. no m. but his own portrait. with aiviTSS bristoliq fine for these coins and another of Canterbury. wt. m. no. fine and very rare (lot 381). 1 99 . fine plain stops after words on both sides grs. TRANSIE. pi. same type and legends both D. ibat. no. 2). REX J rev. below E and tablet with H. hib. IB AT. mascles on both sides. m. G. hib. franc.S. all 7 EDWARD a. m. (Ken. FRA. medi. ihs. p. p. m.d. 189. agl. and reading henric. and K. rex .. same type HENRIC. wt. on both sides p. two after. K. illor. 94^ grs. m. rex. edward. Z. Shield crowned and with supporters . agl. m. Rud. Avtem. 783 Chron. p. reading others. one annulet. another with same m. the other with lis in each fork of cross. xn. with Edward's name and portrait. .) on tablet . per. First Coinage. IHS. 100). 36 1 and rare 785 Half Sovereign. medi. (var. 3). agl. 1 Half Sovereign. . three after p. . z. wt. legend as last. arrow on both sides obv. wt. rex .pl vii. g. G. . King .) diamond-shaped stops between words King enthroned. fra. legend posvi others (2) of Bristol. 781 Half Sovereign. 9). R. E on both sides obv. and hib. AGL. rev. henric. vi. hib. fran. no letter under shield on rev. fine and very rare word. but no m. 8. no letter under shield. both with m. 93 Ken. 8. below shield on rev. 6. stops diamonds. AVTE. . g. stops. DEI. 93 grs. medi. no. 22. transie. m.m.. as lot 781.

110
786

Half Sovereign, m. m. L on both sides, same type as the preceding, but reading his. avtl. &c. L under shield on rev. throughout the
; ;

e's are L's, wt.

94

grs., well

preserved

and a rare and unpublished
1

variety

*** From the Marsham
787

collection (lot 397).
obv.

Crown,

m. m. arrow on both sides,

edward.
E. r.,

6.

d. g. ag. fr. z.
;

hib. rex., Royal- shield

crowned between

both crowned

rev.

rvtilans. ROSA, sine spine., Crown above double rose dividing E. R., both crowned ; stops, mascles, one after D., hib and rex, two
after other

words and six

after spine., wt.

48

grs.

(engraved in

Num.

and unique [PI. VI] 1 This most interesting and valuable coin is from the Murchison *x* This and the specimen (lot 158) £83, and Addington collections. in the National Collection are the only two crowns of this issue
Chron. XX, p. 187), extremely fine

known
788

(see

Ken. p. 107).
sides,

Half Crown, m. m. arrow on both
coin,
Obv.

but the

E. R. in field
6. D. G.

on

obv.
Z.

and
HI.

rev.

EDWARD.
spina.;

AG. FR.

same type as the preceding are not crowned ; reading REX ; rev. RVTILANS ROSA
:

:

sine:
slightly

stops, mascles, wt.

24

grs.

(Bud.

vii, 13), fine but

chipped,

and of
is

the highest rarity, only two

other specimens
1

known, one of which

in the British

Museum

*** From

the Hoare and Shepherd (lot 238) £22, collections.

Second Coinage.
789

Sovereign,

m. m. arrow on rev. only, obv. edward. vi. del gra. agl. franci. et. hib. rex., King enthroned holding sword and orb ; rev. IHS. AVTEM. TRANSIENS. PER. MEDIV. ILLORV. IBAT., Crowned shield with supporters ; below on tablet with scroll ornaments E. R., wt. 168 grs. (Ken. pi. x, 1 70), very fine and extremely rare [PI.

VI]

*** From Col. Long's
790

collection.

Sovereign of the Southwark mint, same type as the preceding, m. m. Y (Sir John Yorke) on both sides, reading obv. edward. vi. d. g. AGL. FRAN. ET. HIB. REX (cinquefoil after REX) rev. IHS. AVTEM
;

TRANSIENS. PER MEDI. ILLOR. IBAT., very fine and very rare

wt.

169

grs.

(Bud. pi. VII,

2), 1

*** From the Bank
791

of

England (1877) and Brice
right, in armour,

collections.

Half Sovereign, m. m. arrow on both
PROTEGET. EVM., Bust to
vi.

sides, obv.

scvtvm. fidei. head bare ; rev. EDWARD,
rev., wt.

D.

G.

agl. fra.
E. R.
;

z.

hib. rex, Oval garnished shield, crowned,

between
(Bud.

stops rosettes

on

obv.,

diamonds on

83£

grs.

pi vn,

*** From

[PI. VI] the Bergne (lot 546) and Brice collections.
8), very fine

and

rare

1

Ill
792

Half Sovereign, same type and legends
m. m. 6 on both
sides, wt.

71

grs.,

fine

and

as the preceding coin, but 1 excessively rare

sides, same type and legends crowned and the legends are as lot 1 transposed, wt. 83| grs. (Bud. pi. VII, 4), fine and rare and Brice collections. *** From the Dimsdale, Durrant, Bergne (lot 549) 794 Half Sovereign, same type and legends as last, but m. m. swan on

793

Half Sovereign, m. m. arrow on both
791, but the king's head
is

both sides (crest of Sir M. Bowes),

wt.

84

grs.

(Ken. no.

5), very fine
1

and
795

rare [PI.

VI]

Half Sovereign, m. m. grapnel on both sides, same type and legends as lot 793, but rose after each word on obv. and rev., but two after 1 EVM., wt. 82 1 grs. (Ken. no. 6), fine and a rare m. m.
*** From the Murchison and Addington collections. Crown, with uncrowned head, same type and legends as HalfSovereign (lot 791), but m. m. arrow on obv. only, fr. for fra., and
diamond-shaped stops on both sides ; no roses, wt. 41 1 grs. (comp. 1 Bud. pi. VII, 9), extremely fine and very rare [PI. VII] The Crown is much rarer than the Half Sovereign of same type.
6 on

796

%*
797

Crown,

with uncrowned bust, same as the preceding coin, but m. m. obv. only, and AG. for agl., wt. 41 1 grs., well preserved and
1

unpublished with this m. m., exceedingly rare *** From the Marsham collection (lot 402).

798

Crown, with crowned
(lot 793),

bust, same type and legends as the Half Sovereign m. m. arrow on both sides, and reading AG. for AGL., diamond shaped stops after words on both sides, wt. 41 grs. (var.
pi. x, 72), very fine, exceedingly rare,

Ken.

*** From
799

an unpublished variety the Brice collection.

1

Crown, Y on
last,

Southwark, with crowned bust, as the preceding ; but m. m. both sides, and reading agl. hi. and proteg., stops also as wt. 43 grs. (Bud. pi. vii, 5), in good state, exceedingly rare 1
of

800

* From the Hastings collection. Half Crown, m. m. arrow on obv. only, same type as the Half Sovereign, lot 791, with bust uncrowned, but no letters at sides of shield on
rev.

reading obv. scvtvm. fidei. proteget evm ; rev. edwar, vi. agl. fr. z. H. r ; diamond-shaped stops on both sides, wt. 21 grs. (Bud. pi. vii, 10), very fine and extremely rare, one of the
;

D.

G.

rarest of this king's coins

[PI.

VII]

1

801

*** From the Bergne (lot 548), and Brice collections. Half Crown, m.m. grapnel on obv. only, same type as the preceding coin, but the bust is crowned and the legends are not transposed as
is

usual with this type

;

reading
fr.

obv.
z,

scvtvm. fidei. proteg. evm.

;

rev.

edward.
and

vi.

d. g. AG.

h. rex., wt. 21 grs. (Ken. no. 3),
1

extra rare

extra fine [PI.

VII]

112
802

Half Crown, with crowned
arrow on both

bust,

same

as the preceding, but m. m.
;

sides, and the legends are transposed reading HI. for proteg., wt. 21 grs. (Bud. pi. vn, 6), very for hib. and proteget 1 fine and extremely rare and Brice *** From the Russell, Brice, Murchison, Bergne (lot 551)

collections.

803

Half Crown,

of Southwark, m. m. Y on both sides, same type, &c, as the last; but reading ev. for evm., slightly chipped, exceedingly rare 1

"%* From the Hall

collection.

Third Coinage.
804

DOUBLE SOVEREIGN, m.ra. ostrich head on both sides, oZw. e(DWffRD.
vi.

d.

G.

snGLifl.

FRXnaieu

z.

hiBeiRniQ.

Rax,

King enthroned

holding sceptre and orb

with

trefoil

at each

; portcullis at his feet ; around, tressure angle and a dot in each arch ; rev. ihetsv.

KVT0M. TRflnsiens. par. mqdivm. illorvm. ibjct., Shield on double rose within floriated tressure, two crosses in each spandril ; stops sal tires as Ken. no. 1, p. 112, wt. 476 grs. {engraved in Bud. pi. viii, 1), very fine condition, and one of the rarest coins in the English series
1 [PI. VII] was sold in the Hollis collection (lot 336) *** This magnificent specimen to Mr. Willett for £99, and when his cabinet was dispersed it

was bought privately by Mr. Christopher Edmonds, at whose sale At the Bergne sale it was Mr. Bergne purchased it for £45. 10s. purchased by Mr. Addington for £165. It is believed that there is only one other specimen in any private collection, viz. that purchased for the late Lord Hastings at Mr. Cuff's sale, which came from the cabinet of the Duke of Devonshire, and which was sold in 1880 for £175. The above specimen was engraved for Ruding, when in the Hollis collection. Like the Double Sovereign of Henry VIII (lot 742) it may also be a pattern. 805 Sovereign, precisely the same as the preceding coin and apparently from the same die, tut. 236 grs. (Ken. pi. x, 74 ; Bud. pi. viii, 2), very 1 fine and exceedingly rare From the Murchison (lot 171) £90, and Addington collections. In %*
the former sale catalogue
it is

described as " the finest specimen

known."
806

Angel, m. m. ostrich head on both sides, type similar to the Angels of Henry VIII reading obv. qdwsrd. VI. D. G. SGL. FRft. z. hib. Rex.; on rev. e. to left of rev. pqr. crRVaet. tvxm. stclvjt. xpq. rgid.
; ;

cross, rose to right, stops saltires as Ken. no.

1, wt.

77

grs.

(Ken. pi.

X, 75

;

Bud.

pi. viii, 4), fine

and extremely

rare,

a small

hole at the

*** From

1 up [PI. VII] and Brice collections. The extreme rarity of this Wigan coin is shown by the fact that no specimen occurred in the DimsThomas, Durrant, Pembroke, Cuff, Devonshire, dale, Trattle, Dymock, and Bergne cabinets.

top has been neatly filled

the

113

Fourth Coinage.
807

Sovereign, m. m. tun on both
z.

sides, obv.

qdwisrd.

vi. d. G.

sgl. FR5C.

hiBQR. rex, Three-quarter length figure of the king to right in armour, crowned, holding sword and orb ; rev. ihs. 3VT0. TRRnai.

pqr. ccqdiv. illor. IB3T.,

Crowned
R,
wt.

shield with supporters
grs.

;

below
1

on ornamented tablet fine and rare

e.

173

(Bud. pi. vin,

6), extremely

808

Sovereign,
PetRCDetDi.

*** From the Lake Price and Nash collections. of Southwark, m. m. y on both sides, same type as last coin, but reading FRKn. z. hiB. Rax, and rev. ihs. svtqcd. TRKnai.
brilliant
1

809

illor. ibtct, wt. 173| grs. (Ken. pi. xi, 76), in and rare [PI. VII] %.* From the Brice collection. Half Sovereign, m. m. tun on both sides, obv. etDWffRD. vi. d.
condition
FRjf. z. hiB.

g.

sgl.
as

Re(X, Three-quarter length figure of the king,
rev. ihs. RVTetoo. TRftnsiet. PetRCDSDi.

&c,

in lot

807

;

illo. IB3T., Square

shield

crowned between e
frosted, wt.

crown

*** From
810

R., letters of legend small and inside of 1 (Bud. pi. vin, 7), very fine and rare the Bergne (lot 555) and Brice collections.

85^

grs.

Half Sovereign, of Southwark, m. m. y on both sides, same type as the preceding, but letters of legends larger and inside of crown not
wt. 88£ grs., very highly known [PI. VII] 1 *** From the Young, Durrant, Bergne (lot 554) and Brice collections.
;

frosted

reading

TCVTet.

TRKnai. PflRCDQD. &c,

preserved, one of the finest specimens

811

Crown, m.m.

tun on both sides, same type and obv. legend as the Half Sovereign (lot 809), but rev. legend sovtvcd. fidqi. PROTetGQT. e:vcD, wt. 44 grs. (Bud. pi. vii, 8 ; Ken. pi. xi, 77), very fine and very rare 1

*** From the Wigan and Brice
812

collections.

Crown

of

Southwark, m.m. Y on both
grs.,

sides,

as the preceding coin, wt. 44

very fine

same type and legends and unpublished, p-obably
\

unique

813

Half Crown,
Sovereign

*** From the Nash m. m. tun on both

collection.
sides,

same type
vi. d. G.
grs.,

as
7£.

the Half
fr.
z.

(lot

809), but reading obv. qdwsrd.

hiB.

Rex;
*** From
814

rev.

sovtvcd. fidsi. protcig. avcc., wt. 21|

(Bud.

pi.

vin,
1
5s.

9), extremely rare

and fine

the Murchison (lot 172) and Shepherd (lot 235)

£20

collections.

Half Crown,
last,

of Southwark, m. m. but reading 5fG. FR. z. h.,

y on both
wt.

sides,

22

grs.,

very

same type as the fine and extremely
1

rare, unpublished by

Kenyon
I

From

the Martin, Bergne (lot 557) and Brice collections.

114

Patterns.
815

Half Sovereign, 2nd
fidei. proteget.

coinage, m.m. rose on obv. only; obv. scvtvm. evm. (stops diamonds; rose after fidei), Bust uncrowned to right, in armour; rev. edward'. vi. rex. angl. franc, hiber. zc. (stops diamonds), Double rose on branch, crowned,

and between E R., wt. 117 grs. (comp. Smiling, Pattern Pieces, pi. V, 6), 1 very fine and of the highest degree of rarity [PI. VII] * * From the Murchison (lot 168) £30 10s. and Addington collections.
816
Silver, same m. m. and type as the preceding, but and legend on rev. edward. vi. d. g. rex. agl. fra. stops annulets, hi. &c.,fine and of the highest rarity 1 & pi ce of the same description occurred in the Cuff sale (lot 1013) *** this is probably the same piece as the one above described.
ft ;

Half Sovereign,

817

Crown,

Gold, 2nd coinage, m. m. rose on obv. only, same type as lot 815, but legends transposed and reading obv. fran. hibe. zc., and rose after scvtvm, not after fidei ; stops crosses, wt. 47| grs.

(Bud. pi. VII, 12

;

Snelling, pi. in, 3), fine

and extremely rare [PI.
1

VII]
*** From the Hugh Howard and Brice
Silver.
collections.

First Coinage (of debased Silver).
818
Shilling, m. m.

bow on both

sides, obv. inimicos. eivs.

indvam. con-

fvsione, Bust to right crowned ; rev. edward. vi. d. g. angl. fr. e. hib. rex, Oval garnished shield between E. R. (Rud. pi. ix, 8), fine
for
this coin, excessively rare
1

*** This is by far the rarest of the Shillings of this reign. unpublished variety, having E. for z. in the rev. legend.
819

It is

an

Shilling, 1549, m. m. arrow on rev., same type as last, but legends Obv. TIMOR. DOMINI. FONS. VITJE. MDXLIX ; rev. EDWARD. VI. D. G.
agl. fra.
z.

and of much finer

hib. rex. (Bud. pi. ix, 9), very fine and a very rare type, silver than usual 1
(lot 247),

*** From the Shepherd collection 820

£13.

Shilling, 1549, m. m. arrow on both sides, same type as the preceding but the legends, which are also the same except vite for vit^e, are transposed (Bud. pi. ix, 10), very rare and seldom met with in this fine state 1
(lot 245),

*** From the Martin, Shepherd
821

£11.

5s.,

and Brice

collections.

Shilling, 1549, m. m. grapnel on both sides, same type and legends as the last coin, extremely fine and a very rare mint mark [PI. VII] 1 *** From the Dimsdale, Durrant, Russell, Bergne (lot 527), and Brice
collections.

115
822
Shilling, of Southwark, 1549, m.m.
state

Y on both

sides,

same type and
1

legends as lot 820, extremely fine and of fine

silver,

very rare in this

\*
823

From

the Brice collection.

Shilling, of Bristol, 1549, m. m. t (Thomas Chamberlain), same type and legends as lot 820, fine and very rare of this mint 1

824

Shilling, 1550, m. m. swan on both sides, same type and legends as last coin, but date on rev. M. D. h.,fine; another, 1551, m. m. rose

on both
condition

sides,

same but date mdli,

well preserved, both rare in this

2

825

Shilling,

lot 820),

14)

;

g, type as before (see with portcullis (Bud. pi. IX, another with m. m. rose on both sides, same type but dated mdl.

1549, of Southwark,

m.m. y over
obv.

but countermarked on

and countermarked with greyhound behind king's head (Rud.pl. ix, 15), both well preserved for these coins, the first one an unpublished m. m. ;
the second, date not in

Hks.
collection.

2

*#* No.
826

1

from the Marsham
obv.

Groat,

m. m. arrow on both sides,

edward.

6.

d.g. ag. fr. z.

hib. rex. (three diamonds after rex.), Bust to right crowned ; rev. posvi. DEV. ADIVTORE. mev., Square shield on cross fourchee, cres-

cent in each fork (Bud. pi. ix,

1),

very fine, probably the best

known
1

V
827

specimen,

and extremely

rare [PI.

From

the Cuff (£14.

10*.),

VII] Dymock (£25.

10s.),

Murchison (£19.),

and Addington

collections.

Groat, same m.
HIB.

m.,

and no diamonds

type and legends as the preceding coin, but Hi. for after rex, very fine and extremely rare 1
the Addington collection.

%*
828

From

Groat,
on
(Bud.
rare

of

rev.

London, m. m. E on rev., same type as lot 826, but legend civitas London, and reading on obv. agl. fra. z. hib. rex.
ix, 3), well preserved, but slightly chipped at edge, exceedingly
1

pi.

%.* From
829

the

Marsham

collection (lot 420).
rev.,

Half Groat,
on
rev.,

of London, m. m.

E on

same type

as the last coin,

rev., reading civitas London legend edward. 6. D. G. AG. fr. z. hi. rex 1 (Hks. 416), very fine and an extremely rare coin

but no crescents in forks of cross on

and

obv.

*** From the Marsham
m. m.
,

collection

(lot

420).

but this coin leaves no doubt that

it is

Hks. p. 290 queries the the letter E.

830

of Canterbury, no m. m., same as the preceding coin, but legend on rev. civitas cantor (Bud. pi. ix, 4), fine and very rare 1 *** From the Tyssen, Durrant, and Shepherd (lot 250) collections.

Half Groat,

116
831

Half Groat,

of Canterbury,

same

as last coin, but reading

EDOARD

6.

D. G. agl. fra. z. hi. rex., extremely fine

and very rare

1

\*
832

From

the Gibbs collection.
sides, obv. E. d. g.

Penny,

of

London, m. m. arrow on both

rosa. sine.

spl, Bust to right crowned ; rev. civitas London., Shield on cross 1 fourchee {Bud. pi. ix, 5), very fine, exceedingly rare, fine silver

*** From the Gibbs
833

collection.

Penny,

of Bristol, m. m. trefoil on either side, type as

last,

but

trefoil

in each fork of cross

on

rev.,

and reading

obv.

eD.

6.

D.G. ROSS. sine,

spins.,

and

rev.

aivrras BRiSTOLie.,

quatrefoil after ROS7C

and
1

trefoil after

oivitas (Hks. 415), a beautiful specimen and exceedingly

rare

%*
834

From

the Tutet, Tyssen, Durrant and Shepherd (lot 251) £22.

collections.

Halfpenny,
TOLie,

of Bristol,

(quatrefoil after sine),

Long

cross

no m. m., obv. e. 6. d. g. ross sine, spin. Bust to right, crowned ; rev. aivlTSS brisfourchee with trefoil in each fork ; three pellets
rarity,

in each angle of cross, slightly chipped, but otherwise a beautiful speci-

men, of the highest

unpublished

[PI.

VII]
£19.
to right,

1
10s., collections.

*** From the Christmas and Shepherd
835

(lot 252),

Halfpenny,
rev.

of

London,

obv. e. 6. d. g.,

&c, Bust
and N.
S.

crowned

;

civitas London, Long cross pattee, with three pellets in each
(see

angle

Num.

Chron. vn, p. 136;

I,

p. 24), very fine,
1

slightly chipped but legend

on

rev. legible,

UNIQUE

(?)

*** This coin was in the

collection, where under lot 421 it was described as of Bristol. It is however the much rarer Halfpenny of London, and may be the specimen from the Bergne
collection.

Marsham

836

Groat,

Trial Piece

(?),

m. m. picklock, the

obv.

and rev. are of the same

types, posvi. dev. adivtore. mev., Square shield on cross fourchee with rose in each fork, well preserved, unpublished, unique (?) 1

*** From the Wakeford

collection.

Second Coinage (of fine Silver).
837

Crown,
z.

1551, m. m. y on both sides,

obv.

eDWftRD.

vi. d. g,

egl. frs.

hibqr. Rex., King on horse cantering to right; below, 1551 ; rev. posvi Devro. SDiVTORe. coev., Square shield on cross fourchee (Bud.

pi. X, 1), in brilliant condition

* * " This #

[PL VII]

1

coin has been considered to be the finest specimen known. It has been successively in the Tyssen, A. Edmonds (£11. 15s.), Durrant (£16. 10s.), G. Sparkes, and Brice collections."

117
838

Crown,
coin,

but below horse 1552

1552, m. m. tun on both sides, same type as the preceding j reading FRSnai. z. hiB. Re(X (Hks.

*

1 420), extremely fine ' " This beautiful coin is stated Mr. Bergne to have been ' stolen by at Trattle's sale, and a very inferior one substituted for it. It

afterwards appeared in Col. Durrant's

sale,

lot 412,

where

it

was

bought by Cureton for Mr. Shepherd for <£11. I bought it at the Shepherd sale, lot 240, for £27. 10s. It is believed that this and W. Brice. the preceding coin are matchless in any collection."

839

Crown,

1551, m. m. tun on both sides, same as the last coin in type and legends, but date below horse 1551, fine and an exceedingly rare 1 date of this mint mark

*** From the Stewart Thorburn
840

collection.

Crown,

1553, m. m. tun, same type as before, but under horse 1553 ; 1 reading fra. z. hiBQR. rqx, fine and a very rare date

841

Half Crown, 1551, m. m. y on both sides, same type and legends as the crown (lot 837), except that the horse is walking and has

%*
842

1 its head {Bud. pi. x, 2), extremely fine [PI. VII] "This the Trattle, Durrant, Bergne and Brice collections. coin is also considered to be the finest known." W. Brice.

plumes on

From

Half Crown, 1551, m. m. tun on both
the last coin, but the horse
head, and varies in
3), extremely fine
obv.
is

same type and date as cantering and has no plumes on its
sides,
pi. x,
1

legend having hiBe( for hiBQR. (Bud.
"

" *** From the Dymock, Murchison, a Lady in the North

(£5. 5s.)

and

Brice collections.

843

Half Crown, 1552, m. m. tun on both sides, same type as the preceding coin, but date 1552, and reading hiB. for hlBQ ; and odqvco
for roetv., well preserved,

an unpublished

variety, exceedingly rare

1

844

Half Crown, 1553, same m. m. and type as the last horse is walking, and below 1553 reading CDetvoo
;

coin,

but the

for coev (var.
variety,
1

Hks. 421 and Bud.
extremely
ra,re

pi. x, 4),

well preserved,

an unpublished

845

Shilling, m.m. tun on both sides,
hiB. Rex.,

obv. eDWftRD. vi. D. G. SGL. frr. z. Bust facing crowned between rose and XII; rev. posvi. Detv. sdivtorq. CDfltv., Shield on cross fourchee (Hks. 422 ; Bud. pi. x, 5); and Sixpence, same type, but m. m. y, vi to right of head, and

reading roevra (Bud.

pi. x, 7), both extremely fine

2

*** No.
846

1

from the Bergne and Brice

collections.

Shilling and Sixpence, as in the preceding lot, but on the former the king's crown is varied and on the latter the shield is of very
neat work and the lions are smaller, both extremely fine *** Both from the Brice collections. 2

118
847
Shilling, m, to. tun, same as in lot 845, but the bust of the king is smaller ; and Threepence of same type and to. to., but in to right
of bust

on

obv.

;

and reading £G. fr. for

A'gl.

FR7C (Bud. pi. x,

9),

both extremely fine

2

848

*** No. 2 from the Bergne and Brice collections. Sixpence, to. to. tun on both sides, same type and legends as on the Shilling (see lot 845), but with crowned bust between rose and vi
(Bud.
[PI.
pi. x, 7),

"
extraordinarily fine

and most rare in such

condition,"
1

VII]

849

Shillings (2), to. m. y and tun, the latter countermarked with the lion of Zealand on obv. ; and Sixpence, with to. to. y on rev. only,
usual types,
only
all fine, the last

an unpublished

variety, with to. to.

on

rev.

3

850

Sixpence,

of York, to. to. pierced mullet on obv., plain mullet on rev. ; usual type, with legends qdwkrd. vi. d. g. 5CGL. FR3\ z. hiBSR. mx. ; and rev. aivrrxs. etBORftai. (Hks. 423 ; Bud. pi. x, 10), very

fine

and very
* *

rare

1

*

From

851

Threepence,
two

the Bergne and Brice collections. of York, similar to the preceding, but

to. to.

pierced

mullet on both sides,
very rare

mark

of value
to.

ill

on

pellets either side of m.

on

obv.

obv., and reading SG. fr. ; (var. Bud.pl. x, 11), fine and

1

*

From
SPIS.,

the Bergne and Brice collections.
to. to.

852

Penny,

of

London, Sovereign type,
on cross fourch6e,
wt.

tun on
;

obv.
rev.

ROSS.
Shield

sie(.

King seated on throne
10£
grs.

only ; obv. a. d. g. aiviras LonDon,
1

(var.

Hks. 425), fine but

pierced, of the first rarity

#

From
of

the Murchison and Addington collections.

853

Penny,

%*
854

London, Sovereign type, same as the preceding coin; but is smaller and it reads sine, spl, wt. 7| grs. 1 (comp. Bud. pi. X, 12), fine and of the first rarity From the Cuff, Shepherd and Brice collections. "These are amongst the rarest coins in the English Silver series." W. B.
the figure of the king

Penny,

of London, base

silver,

to. to.

scallop; obv. e. d. g. rosa. sine.

spina, Double rose ; rev. civitas London, Shield on cross fourchee (Hks. 426) ; another of York, to. to. mullet pierced, same type but reading civitas eboraci (Bud.pl. x, 13), both very fine and scarce 2

*** No.
855

1

from the Brice and

no. 2

Halfpenny,

of London, same to. of London, but rose on obv. single and not double ; it also reads spi. for spina ; rev. civitas LONDON. (Hks. 427), very fine and of extreme
rarity, probably only the third

from the Shepherd collection. to. and type as the preceding coin

known specimen *** From the Shepherd collection (lot 253).

1

119
Patterns.
856

Testoon,

1547, m. m. rose on obv. and
zc.

rev.

;

obv.

edward.

vi.

rex.

crowned, in armour ; rev. timor. domini. fons. vit^e. M.D.XLVii., Oval garnished shield

angl. franc, hiber.

Bust to

right,

between E R

;

stops diamonds on both sides

;

wt.

87

grs.

(comp.
1

Snelling, Patterns, pi. v, 4), well preserved

and extremely rare

*** From the Murdoch
857

collection.

Testoon,
bust
is

1548, m.m. bow on both sides, similar type to the last, but the robed and not in armour, and the shield on the rev. is varied ; legends obv. edwardvs. vi. rex. angli. franc, hibqrni^e ; rev.

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C. . 13th of NOVEMBER. (THIRD PORTION). CATALOGUES MAY BE HAD. LONDON. JVurtianem oi gitersrg llrnperttr 13. STRAND. WELLINGTON STREET.THE MONTAGU COLLECTION OF CATALOGUE OF THE COINS. and Six following Days. DAVY AND SONS. BY MESSKS. 137. & Wiovkz illustrative of tlje JFine Jlrts. MAY BE VIEWED THREE DAYS DRYDEN PRESS: J. AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. PRIOR. No. On FRIDAY. W. 1896. LONG ACRE. WILKINSON & HODGE. WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION. SOTHEBY. AT THEIR HOUSE. ENGLISH SERIES.

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and the Oxford Crown 530) of Charles I . Anne. . The formed by the late Mr. and the coins of the local issues are of exceptional interest. the Half Crown of Philip and Mary (lot 30) . and every care has been taken to give the pedigrees as accurate as possible. Hyman Montagu. It will which is described in the following pages.PREFATORY NOTE. includes the Gold and Silver Coins from Mary Tudor Owing to be recollected that the subsequent part of his Collection his life-time. has been considered for a future separate sale. and pewter (lots 833 and 839) of Charles II Never before has such a splendid array of English Coins of this period been brought together by a private collector. By this means some intelligible order has been arrived at. The system of cataloguing the coins as carried out in the case of previous portions of the collection has been followed in the present instance. and Simon's . the milled Half Crown of Elizabeth (lot 125). The numerous Patterns by Briot (see PI. the Fifty Shilling Piece (lot 713). Third Portion of the remarkable Collection of English Coins. the Five Broad Piece or (lot Juxon Medal Cromwell (lot 352). which includes such pieces as the Eyal of Mary (lot 2) . The even above those of the other reigns. In the series of Charles I stands out case of the latter an attempt has been attributed " made to classify those hitherto " Uncertain Mints by Hawkins and others to according to the mints. it was disposed of by Mr. VI) are also deserving of special attention. from which their prototypes were issued. and a series of English Coins of the 16th to the 18th century. This portion of the collection compares well with the previous ones. Crown in gold (lot 720) of the Petition Crown (lot 832) and the Eeddite Crown in silver needs no commendation. Montagu during extent of his series of English advisable to reserve it to the Copper Coins.

in accordance with In compliance with the wish of a portrait of Mr. sell at this are requested to state that is proposed to House March small of next year. the residue of the Greek Series. this memento of one of the foremost numismatists of be acceptable and pleasing to all.( iv ) need scarcely say that the present occasion again offers to collectors an exceptional opportunity of adding to their cabinets. Large Brass and Medallions. WILKINSON & HODGE. Montagu's Collection. We As we in his " to the disposal of further portions of it Mr. to sell it en bloc. . late years will SOTHEBY. unless in the for public sale his extensive series of meanwhile an opportunity occurs Mr. will be offered English Medals. In the following May. many old friends and admirers. We feel that Montagu is added as a frontispiece to this Catalogue. Montagu's special directions. together with of Collection " Eoman Eepublican and Imperial Denarii.

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. . and annulet after tacdporis. CDKRia: D G a: FR Z hiB RQGi' (stops. pi. and no &c. but reading. with a portcullis. wt. annulets The Archangel piercing the dragon rev. 1). same as the preceding. rev. same type as the Angel (lot 3). wt. : ! RetGi : (stops. ! ! G roat. j . I] 1 : : '. after cdirsbi wt. pomegranate and rose at sides of mast two ropes from stern and one from prow. obv. similar type to the preceding coin. Shield on (Bud.. ix. • ' • ! : • • royal shield . Shield on obv. wt. TetCDPORis filik (pomegranate after vqritSs). cross fourchee. I] *** From 7 the Addington collection. (stops. fr z hiB rqgi : (stops. pi. ! : : '. CDSRia: : pomegranate both feet on its cdirsbi ! after GDftRlS. annulets pomegranate after ' ' I • ! . 40 grs. 8 Groats (2). rev. . cdsris: •• d g : ! ftnG '. pi. both well preserved and rare 2 9 Half Groat. !. pomegranate vaRiras tqcopo. £ Dno FftaTV qst istvd z qst body : ! '. 6 Groat. "X • Dno fsotv sst istvd '. but one piece is countermarked on the obv. 3). 2).. annulets j pomegranate vefRiTftS after cdsris). and reading CD7CRI D G &c. . extremely rare 1 \* From the Martin. rare 15 grs. !. but fr for FRft and legend on rev. d g SnG frs! z hiB RQGin (stops. . * * * 5 From the Lloyd. filis. xi. frs z hiB 1 '. lets rev.. ccftRift) . pomegranate after and very fine e(ST). cdkris •• d g : : a: ! • : : after name). after istvd). Murchison (lot 177). (pomegranate after vetRiTTCS). 31 grs. extremely fine and rare 1 [PI. crowned . \ Half Angel. wt. RetGiNS five annulets after queen's name . annuBust of Queen to left. same type and legends as lot 6. *** From the Brice collection. differently divided. 80^ grs.Angel. Angel. (Bud. crowned . 32 grs. cross fourchee. Silver. ix. Ship with m . annulets 4). 76 grs. e( in second e(ST reversed. and Addington collections. Bust of Queen to left. xi. fine and a rare variety [PI.). extra 1 fine and rare *** From the Brice collection. annulets . very fine and extremely \ %* From the Gibbs collection. (stops. obv. very fine and very rare 1 &c. Murchison and Addington collections. (Bud. wt. pi. obv. and on rev. (Bud. but with well-marked cross ' on breast of Saint and above his head . • ! z &c.

rev. spins. very fine 1 and rare *** From the York-Moore and Addington collections. collections. but slightly the stops between words of legend on obv. inner circle. Double rose CI vitas LONDON. lis on both sides. varied in the details are annulets.. undated. PHILIP AND MARY. philip z maria d I g rex regina AN The Archangel piercing the Dragon j rev. 79 grs. extra \* 16 poor condition From the Martin and Shepherd collections. of London. m. wt. . 2 rare [PI. ross sine spins (pomegranate Bust of Queen to left. : : : : : two ropes from wt.D. lis on both sides. extremely 1 rare 15 the Bergne (lot 574) and Brice collections.10 London. PHILIP. of London. of : : after ROSS). r. (Bud. . 8 as the preceding coin.. MARIA. 3). but reading obv. very fine .. wt. PR. Z. m. FR. and beautifully struck. Half Angel. [PL I] *** From factvm. M D ! G sine. est. above. d. and very rare ' 1 %* 12 From the Shepherd collection (lot 258). 1554-1558. crowned . pi. IX. fine and of the highest is rarity. of London. (pomegranate after ROSS). I] (Bud. Shield on cross fourchee . 1 Silver. inner circle of dots. Cuff. 10 silver grs. m. but in z. and rev. crown . 4). inner circle . REGI. 6). rev. wt. Shield of arms on cross : ROSA SINE : SPINA. 11 Penny. A. ang. A DNO factvm est istvd z est mirabile.. fine but slightly chipped. but with value. Shilling. '. wt. M D : within dotted circle fourch6e : rev. posvimvs DEVM adivtorem nostrvm. '. Bust of King and Queen face to face . 38^ grs. est.Young and Brice *** Penny. wt. m. MIR. 16). (comp. CiviTAS LONDON. Bud. m! d! g'. DNO ing. 269) described as " " perhaps unique obv. g. 8 grs. ix.. grs. B 2 . et. stern. A. obv. pi. istvd. same type. same type as the Angel. XI. Obv. (Bud. hisp.. [PL G : I] : 1 13 Penny. 8 grs. but readG ! REX. with shield. pi. veritss ROSS temp filis (pomegranate after veritss). &c. maria. pi. Ship. xi. rare. obv. H. pi. philip. very fine and extremely rare in fine *** From 1 the Brice collection. (Bud. P and M at sides of mast. . value xii. D '. NEAP. specimen mentioned by Hawkins (p. on sea j • ! : : ! : : ! : '. Wigan. xi. shield crowned above. Z. Mus. obv. same type as lot 10. rev. as the Brit. extremely fine and extremely From the Devonshire. Penny. Gold. Halliburton. one from prow 5). 14 z Angel. Oval garnished .

and mark REX. date 1554 . Double rose rev. which appears to be unpublished with devs 2 25 *** Both from the Shepherd and Brice collections. 1 2). fine *** No. (Bud. of value VI . G. POSVIMVS. but with date 1554 under busts. 1 and rare in this state [PI.. of London. same date. but with date 1554 on Sixpence. with date 1557 on obv. 24 from the Addington collection. and mark of value vi above shield on rev. 11). and stop after each word on "%* From 19 rev. in both places. Penny. both fine and scarce. xi.17 Shilling. same as the but reading angl for ANG.. and ET. and small et on obv. 9). NOS. but on obv. philip. m. 18). XI. obv. and reading civitas LONDON. 1554. specially mentions this coin. and NOST. for nostrvm on rev. 1554. 2 from the Bergne and Brice collections. m. 2 . (var. but with smaller busts on extremely fine obv. P. G. 10). lis on both sides. R. cinquefoil on obv. G. Shilling. . and reading. shield in the field in the pi. base. z. Shilling. ANG. above heads of king and queen. striking Penny. philip. reading obv. ROSA. for nostrvm. same type and legends as last lot. . adivtorivm for adivtorem. 2 *** No. with smaller busts of king and queen. POSVIMVS. 1555. I] 20 Shilling. M. with rose on on rev. DEVM. SPL... 1555.. very fine and rare 1 1 Shilling. AN. MARIA. rare types 2 *** No. D. same type and legends as lot 16.pl. large busts. another. obv. same as the last coin. adivtorem. usual type. but reading ANG. . and no. 2 from the Marsham collection. and stop after each word. PHILIP. but pi. reading obv. . CIVITAS LONDON. but slightly injured . PR. REX. but no value on rev. 1554.. ADIVTOREM. D. sine. Hawkins. nostrvm (Rud. Sixpence. only. same type as the Shilling (lot 16). pi. 14). 22 23 from the Wigan. pi. ET. but reading on unpublished rev. xi. 1554. very fine and rare in this the Pembroke. ib. especially the sixpence. rev.m. ET. 1555 (Bud. but of the highest rarity 1 *** From 18 the Wakeford collection. MARIA. p. both well preserved and scarce. pierced. undated and without value. pi. both rubbed. 1554. D. Shield on cross fourchee (Bud. NEAP. Bud. 1557. but reading nostr. same type. of peculiar work 2 no. xi. Sixpence. z. G. D. POSVIMVS DEVS nostrvm (var. the second last. but date above heads of king and queen. well preserved. same type and date. Z. rev. . Parker and Brice collections. obv. . usual type. on rev. FR. 297. extremely fine and 1 21 Shilling. REGINA. HISP. in fair condition. xi.. obv. same type and legends as the preceding coin. on obv. pi. maria. 1 from the Marsham. xi. 8). ANG. REGINA. same as in last lot. (sic) adivtorem m. (Bud. devm. state 1 Shilling. rev. xi.

pi. but portion of legend on rev. ang. ET. Shield on cross fourchee. and extremely rare 28 {Rud. very fine. wt. 13 . above his head. London. there is a beaded circle round the rev. (Rud. Bust of Mary to left. wt. obv. pr. crowned . m. MARIA. 6). 1554 \ rev. Square shield tressure.. nos. REX. regina. Penny. xi. 8 grs. (Rud. Shield 7). d. and the Clarke collection (lot 132. Bergne and Brice collections. no. ci vitas. fr. . same type and legends as the preceding coin. : g '. lis on both sides. obv. philip. posvimvs devm adivto. g. grs. xi. P. m. wt. %* 29 From lis the Thomas. I] 1 *** Of this remarkable coin only two other specimens are known. . pi. A : DNO FACTV ! OCVL ! nris.. obv. pr. 1558-1561.. London. and that in the Hunter collection. *** From the Gott and Addington Z EST MIRA IN on large double rose within double Ken. adivto. sides. NOS. obv. 438). maria. xi. of the highest rarity and very fine [PI. ing. POSVIM. d. (var. shield. and on rev. Fine Sovereign.£140). et. lis on both sides . :. fra' z : m. G. ISTV ' : : ! : collections. xi.. spine. m. a. no. on both same type as the Groat. hib' REGINA Queen seated facing on throne. 30 HALF CROWN. obv. that in the British Museum. et. Gold. very fine and rare [PL I] 1 ! EST. m. however.. at her feet. G. Coinage.. d : g.d. but on obv. neap. viz. m.. rare and very fine. of m. hisp. REGINA J rev. for 1 devm. date 1554. rex. 29 grs. wt. chipped at edge and very rare pi. 5). but read- PHILIP. somewhat rubbed on rare collection. philipvs. ELIZABETH. London. armour. The Montagu specimen. D. 31 Hammered ANG '. m. Hks. rev. 1). sine. It is from the Bieber (lot 73. rev. M. H alf Groat. Bust to crowned . MARIA. D. (Bud. holding sceptre and orb . crown on either side of which.m. : pi. rev. FR. r. portcullis without chains attached to it . g. slightly mis-struck 1 %* 27 From lis the Addington collection. of *** From the Wylie collection. : lis : on both sides. &c. Bust of Queen to left. very fine but slightly 1 on cross fourchee. wt. back of throne chequered and divid- ing tressure . 1558-1602. is the finest of all three. ET. Elizabeth d' : 1st issue. 255 grs. m. ANG. 1 *** From the Wakeford PATTERN. 236^ grs. right. in her usual dress . only. in ' Bust of Philip to above. ROSA.. below bust and under line of exergue. crown . z. R. . £120). 1554.. but Penny. 14 slight chip. Silver. left. hisp.26 Groat. neap.

d ! g. Pe(R. (Ken. for OCVLIS. ceding coin. ix..m. ISTVD. cross-crosslet over rare. issue. m. but the portcullis at the feet of the queen has a chain on either side reading obv. FR z ! G SnG and orb. ! : ! ' '. fine : .32 Fine Sovereign. same legends as lot 33. obv. ! CD I PR '. 8). on rev. . REGINA rare : J rev. 1st issue. rose in front of ship . wt. m. ihs grs. 117^ grs. 1584-1601. only . I] *** From the Brice 37 collection. m. 1 Ken. m. 2nd both issue. m. ' CDetDiv illorvcd. 1560-1572. but same as first issue (lot 31). Elizabeth D G ANG FRA ET HIBE REGINA V J rev. viz. MIRA in OCVL NRIS. (see Ken. lion trefoil in surmounted by crown wt. m. 2nd issue. e(Liza:ooa: ! bqt ! ffnGL. m. very fine and a very interesting variety 1 *** From the Henderson collection. in each angle. a '. ocvlis. 241£ grs. '. Hastings and Brice 34 collections. svt ! TRftnsietns. Fine Sovereign. and the m. hib : '. m. the back sides. pi. wt. excessively fine and rare in this state 1 35 Fine Sovereign. fine and extremely rare * * From the Cuff. lis. DNO FACTV '. Bud. '. 1558-1561. RetGiniE. but OCVL. tun on both sides. 33 Fine Sovereign. 1). 1584-1601. A DNO EACTV EST. RQGinTC. "X. extremely fine and 1 extremely rare [PI. (Bud. A. 117 (comp.. all within tressure with each angle. a: 36 Ryal. only. as lot 31. wt. MIRAB ! IN. except that the back of the throne does not cut the type ' ' ' tressure j reading obv. : ! an unpublished reading 1 The reverse is from an altered die of the previous issue the et *#* being engraved over the original z. m. est. ihs 5TVT TRSnsietns. p. 1st issue. d '. 83). ET. # . '. 124). wt. Queen holding sceptre standing in ship with high quarter-deck and flag bearing letter a at prow . wt. scallop on both sides. rev. (sic) n. ibst. 235 grs. ft. 234 grs. '. pi. etLizftB '. L ' '. 85). of the throne cuts the tressure . 5? on rev. EST. 2nd 239 grs. Hastings and Nash collections. (comp. 1560-1572. same type as the prebut on the flag qh (mon. m. of the first This coins shows that the dies issue were used sometimes for coins of the second one.m. Elizabeth d G ang fra et. x. : and the m. same type as the preceding coin. Floreated cross with radiate rose in centre .m. istv et. (Bud. IBM". cross-crosslet on both sides. ix. Ryal. l. reading obv. p. cdqdiv! illorvcd. .) instead of a. 1584-1601. ' \ ! ! '. same type as the last coin and same legends. PQR.. 1st issue. 8). '.. '. nrs. pi. a.m. rev. crescent or scallop on usual type. extremely fine and 1 *** From the Edmonds. EST.

key over woolpack on both sides. only.. and an extremely rare mint mark 1 %* 43 From the Foster collection. cross crosslet on both sides. but bust of Queen smaller and ornaments on dress varied. reading fr et hi regina. '. all within inner circle rev. 1592-1601. Lake-Price and Brice 42 collections. "One said to have m. # Kenyon. tun only on both sides. same as the preceding coin.m. between e r. p.. annulets). Cuff. IX.. and no lion. 126. and a 44 Half Sovereign. annulets). obv. fidei. crowned. S. m. 289). legends as the preceding . crescent 'very fine' was sold at the "Whitbourn sale in 1869 for £22. ELIZABETH D G ANG FRA ET HIB REGINA. \* 45 ' From the Brice collection. tun only ' Elizabeth d g ang fra et hib regina (stops. ." and Brice collections." 39 Ryal. and Addington collections.. lion and tun on obv. wt. TRSnsiems Pe(R (Num. 172 grs.. m. 84). ! left. £ on rev. w£. reading ftVT ' obv. but bust of Queen smaller. SCVTVM fidei proteget eam. crowned. (Ken. rev. and an unpublished mint 1 mark *** From the Shepherd and Bieber collections.. very fine. type and legends and rare [PI. 1 extremely fine and very rare * * From the Whitbourn. scvtvm. to left of rose there is only a lis. 175 grs. on rev.pl. hiB . . 1592-1601. no. ! g 2fnG '. crowned. wt. '. m. j obv. Forster : ! '.. wt. . ! ! '. remarks. ' . plain stops between words instead of annulets. Large bust of Queen crowned to left. 1584-1601. RetGins. ix. very fine and rare 1 41 Pound Sovereign. m. fr '. m. and 85 grs.38 Ryal. m. wt. m. (End. Pound Sovereign. m. N. 85 grs. m. ! : '. 170| very fine. on both sides. rev. slightly ornamented dress . m. . m. ihs illorvcd ibst. m. exceedingly fine 1 *#* From the Whitbourn. extremely fine and very rare 1 *** From the 40 Pound Sovereign. rev. sides. pi. same type rare mint 1 as the last coin. Half Sovereign. wt. Square garnished shield. : richly : ornamented : dress and ruff. 120 grs. very fine 1 . 2nd issue. proteget. Chron. fine. wt. 1558-1572. same type and legends as on the preceding coin . Pound Sovereign. lion . x. 2 (= 1602) on both grs. a "Lady in the North. 1584-1601. and crescent on qlizsb d . but ornaments on ship varied. 7). err . 2). Plain square shield. long flowing hair . (stops. 168^ grs. . same type and coin wt. m. Bust of Queen to : '. cdqdiv p. 1558-1572. (Rud. eam.. I] 1592-1601. between E R. same type as lot 36. m. with a ! on ' flag. m. same type and legends as lot 40. m. 118 grs. trefoil on obv.. 2nd issue. and legends mark 1602.

: eam. and scarce *** From 53 the Bergne (lot 606) and Brice collections.. FRA et . 85 grs. well preserved. scvtvm fidei. proteget. same type and legends as the preceding coin. ! . Large bust of Queen to left. 2 (=1602) on both sides. but reading on obv. Plain square between e r. rev. coronet on both sides.8 46 Half Sovereign. Half Sovereign. SCVTVM : fidei : prowt. scvtvm. between e r. '. 1 %* 48 From the Dymock. as the last coin. same type and is legends as the preceding coin. woolpack on both sides. 1592-1601. Bergne (lot 600) and Brice collections. but the bust of the Queen quite so large. elizab d g ang fra et hib regina. &c. m. same type and legends as lot 48. ! . '. Half Sovereign. Half Sovereign. 1 teget 42 grs. m. crowned. ! . 1592-1601.. obv. 85 grs. 1592-1601. I] *** From the Bergne and Brice 47 collections. and a rare mint mark not 1 *** From 49 the Marsham collection (lot 442). tun on both sides. Half Sovereign. and piercing the inner circle. an unpublished 1 mint mark 52 Crown.. 1592-1601.. rich dress and profusion of hair . 85 grs. crowned. '.. (=1600) on both sides. .m. crowned. Young. '. same type. 51 Half Sovereign.. and reading on rev. all within inner circle .. 1558-1572. 88 grs. d '.. (Ken. cross crosslet on both sides . wt. Durrant. m. fine. m. m. wt. ! ! . wt. eam. m. m. but reading and a rare mint mark AN ! for ang!. m. : in plain dress . rev.. m. ELIZABETH D G ANG fra et hi regina rev. '. Bust of Queen to left. 85 grs. wt. but the bust of Queen is larger. extremely ' ' . extremely fine and a rare variety 1 [PI.. '. fine 1 *** From the Shepherd 50 collection (lot 268). 86 grs. very fine. m.. hi ! regina. Crown.. rn.m. key on both sides. same type and legends precisely as lot 48. 88). wt. m. wt. obv. well preserved. &c. Elizabeth ang ! fr ! et hi ! regina. the dress more ornamented and the crown more arched . an 1 unpublished mint mark *** From the Henderson collection. fidei. 1592-1601. Plain fine square shield. similar type and legends to lot 44 . m. m. extremely fine shield. 1592-1601. tun on both sides. g 1558-1572. 1 *** From the Marsham collection (lot 443). wt. 41| grs. crowned. .

. 22 grs. wt.54 Crown. ' '. : : : wt. sides. 1592-1601. rare in this state. 1592-1601. hi. 6).. legends as lot 56.. pi. dress more ornamented. m. 5). 22£ mint mark grs. same type and '. rev. Half Crown. ! ! '. *** From the Martin. m. 22| grs. 1 *** From the Marsham collection 59 (lot 444). ANG FR ET ! ' . being 1 struck over a later one %* From James collection (1888). woolpack on both sides. in very slightly ornamented dress . a very fine. scvtvm R. and inner circle pierced by crown . usual type. very fine 1 55 Crown. HIB '. ELIZAB D G SCVTVM FIDEI PROTEGET EAM. 43| grs. castle on both obv. and an unpublished *** From the Bieber 61 collection (lot 91). m. dress more ornamented. only. m. 1558-1572... pi. .. see also lot 59. round and well struck coin. the cross only of the FIDEI proteget . 22 grs. between E 21 grs. of same fabric [PI. rev. m. extra fine. m. and inner circle pierced by crown . SCVTVM FIDEI PROTEGET EAM. x. ! .. but reading very fine and rare on ang for AN wt. . m. II] 329) and Brice collections. but bust of Queen larger. same type and legends as the preceding coin. ! crowned. and reading obv. but reading fra ! for FR '. REGI '. I] (lot 1 "%* From the Bergne 56 602) and Brice collections. state. . and 1 rare in this same fabric [PI.. Bust of Queen to : obv. left. Bergne (lot 607) lion and Brice collections. rev. m. m.. wt. of a round and well struck coin. crowned. Half Crown. Hastings 60 (lot Half Crown. 1 58 Half Crown. key on both mint mark same type and 1 legends as the preceding coin. see also lot 55. m. eam. on both legends as the last coin. Half Crown. Square shield. woolpack over key on rev. elizab D G ANG FR ET HIB REGI. an unusual occurrence of an the earlier m. m. 1558-1572. wt. wt. (Bud. (Bud. well same type and preserved. ! . '. cross crosslet on both sides ELIZABETH D G AN FR ET HI REGINA. x. and a very rare sides. wt. hair more flowing. . 22 grs. 1558-1572. hair flowing. . Half Crown. fine and very rare. m. 1592-1601. fine. but bust of Queen larger. tun on both sides.. tun on both sides. 43 grs. crown rare pierces the inner circle . m. : : ' ' : wt. but reading on obv. regin. ! I . reading obv. m. sides. same type as lot 52. 1592-1601. m. 1592-1601. very fine and 1 *** From 57 the Thomas. same type and legends as lot 59.. m. m. '.

. est. m. EST. shield attached to mast. m. and a rare variety with ship 1 [PI. 22 grs. 1558-1578. fine and a rare issue. pi. type as Angels. 1558-1578. wt.. This particular coin is referred to by Kenyon. it is the earliest Half Angel known [PI. FR '. type as before. '.. ! ! ! I ! rev. m. but reading ang for AN wt. sides. plain cross on both sides. '. very fine. m. *** From the Peace 69 Half Angel. m.. m. dno. usual type. ET : HI '. an unpublished 1 and similar to Mary's angel *** From the Brice 64 collection. hand on both sides. A. the rev. Angel. factvm. as lot 63. perhaps unique. . ! ! ! ! . . \ ! .. 1558-1578. on both variety sides. 80 grs. z.. ! J rev. Elizabeth D G ang fra ET A DNO FACTVM EST ISTVD ET EST MIRABI j . as the preceding coin. fine and rare * * From the # Leckenby collection. m. the ship sails to left instead of to right .. inner circle on both sides . and variety EA. for eam. fine and extremely rare.. type as before with ship sailing to right very fine . : ! ! ! 1! : ! J : : : : mira. very fine. in Sir John Evans' collection 1 . beaded wt. m. with ship sailing to right j legends as on lot 65. 80 grs. extremely rare and very fine. ET EST . .. 1578-1582. the only specimen quoted by Kenyon is '. wt. ermine on both sides. at sides of which e and rose plain inner circle . wt. . ermine on both sides. same type as 1 59 and same legends. est istvd. II] 66 Angel. always with ship to right reading obv. cinquefoil on both sides. Angel. 1 * From the Bergne and Brice collections. 39 grs. 40| grs. three from stern . II] collection. 65 1 (Bud. mirabile v type Ship on sea to right. m. 89). and a rare mint mark. cross crosslet on both sides. .. p. wt. 80 grs.. m. . wt. ' (Ken. but the inner sequently corrected circle is beaded on both and on the e and rose at sides of mast had been reversed and sub- HIB REGINA. but on and a rare m. Elizabeth d g ang A DNO FACTVM EST ISTVD ET EST : ! ! ! : '. 67 Angel. usual . The Archangel piercing the dragon. m. m. m. Elizabeth d g ang ' FRAN Z HIB REGI.. Angel. reading obv. two ropes from prow. legends precisely as on last coin.10 62 Half Crown. REGINA. but on the rev. lis on both sides obv. m. of rather coarse work 1 68 Half Angel.Jine. 79^ grs. 1582-1601. lot 1601-2. 132. same type sides. m. 1558-1578. ISTVD. 78| grs. ELIZABETH D G AN FR ET HI REGINA rev. m. to. 63 *** From the Stewart Thorburn collection. j rev. reading obv. ix. same type and legends as the preceding coin. 1 unpublished. 2 (=1602) on both rev. m. 1558-1578. 9). : : : : : mirabi to left !. wt. m. A DNO FACTVM.

'. legends as lot 68. star on both sides. fine and of great rarity 1 the Cuff. 40 and as on the last two coins . same type and 39| : grs. Quarter Angel. G. . for fr. m. (Bud. FRA. FIDEL proteget. wt. 53| grs. obv. m. m. type and legends as on the last piece. (Ken. and legends as lot 74. 94). a rare mint mark collection. m. ermine on both sides. legends.. Crown. 87)... wt. wt. fine. Murchison and Addington collections. m. tun on both sides. her dress differently ornamented. but with slightly older portrait of the Queen. 21 grs. '. regina. Half Sovereign. same m. type and legends as the preceding coin. between E R. crowned. X. and very rare. m. 17 *** From grs.. Murchison and Addington collections. 1561-1566. Bust of Queen to left. m. same type and legends but m. but reading on (Bud. usual type 1 grs. Half Angel and Quarter Angel. for FR. hib. wt.£* and 1 From the Webb collection. very rare. this coin is 10 grs. Ken. very fine and legends as in lot 70. in richly ornamented dress . both fine and scarce 2 71 *** No. . scvtvm. '. and 1561-1566. "This is probably the finest specimen extant.. et. m. over the right very fine 1 weight [PI. m. bell on both sides. m. m. d. wt. 90) Quarter Angel. 74 Half Sovereign. on each a sword. reading ELIZABETH 19 D G ANG FRANCIE. m. {comp. 1578-1582. wt. 87 grs.m. Plain square shield. rev. (comp. Half Crown.. and no. m. m.. rev. FRA. usual type 94). fine very rare 1 78 *** From the Wigan and Brice collections. lot 76.B. both very fine 2 2 %* 72 No.. II] *** From 77 the Martin. 1578-1582. crowned. *** From the Bergne 75 (lot Ken. 8). star on both sides. EAM.. portrait. 1561-1566. and reading on obv. J ET HIBERNIE . but with older portrait of the Queen as in lot 75. pi. grs. brilliant and rare [PI. m. . II] 1 608) and Brice collections. wt. 1561-1566. 86 grs. 20 1582-1601." — W. same m. no inner circle . 73 Quarter Angel. 9). (comp. Ken. 1582-1601. obv. star on both same type. same type as the Half Angels. extremely fine and rare sides. FR. *** From the Henderson Milled Coinage. 1561-1566. ANG. fidei. regina. 1 from the Marsham.pl. 20 grs. (Ken. an unpublished mint mark (see also lot 68) *. wt. Elizabeth. crescent on both sides. from the James (1888) collections. m. 1558-1578. wt. 43^ grs. obv. no inner circle. 1 76 Crown. wt. 87). x.11 70 Half Angel. 1 from the Brice collection. same type and legends as the Crown..

m. Hammered Coinage. (Bud. Chetwynd and Brice 84 Half Crown. Crown. but with slightly older portrait. devm. collections. 2 on both sides. edge knerled. regina V Bust of Queen to left. 87 grs. obv. MEVM. lis on both sides. pi. vil. on cross fourchee (Bud. and reading fra. pi. Murchison and Addington colThis coin appears to correspond with the Half Sovereign in Sir John Evans's collection described by Kenyan. 6).12 79 Half Sovereign. fine and 86 Shilling. obv. and one of the finest 1 *** From 83 the Brice collection. sides. holding sceptre and orb . *** From the Whittaker. . Durrant. d! g'. xiv. m. lis on both sides. for fr. j edge knerled. 1567-1570. not beaded (Snelling. wt. lis 81 Half Crown. 13). . ang! fran. the Hollis. POSVI DEVM ADIVTOREM MEVM Square garnished 1601. fine and a very rare date 1 *** From the Doulton collection. crowned rev. rare. rev. same type and legends as on the crown. xiv. m. : on both sides. *** From the Brice 80 Crown. . and the shield on the rev.. 1 on both sides. same type and legends as the preceding coin. 1602. extremely fine and very rare [PI. Elizabeth d! g! ang! fra. 1601. is smaller . fidiei. very fine and very rare collections. somewhat larger in proportion. 1 and extremely rare *** From the Wigan and Brice Silver. Cuff. same type and legends as on the 1 preceding coin (Bud. m. 12). m. pi. Durrant. m. crown on both sides with high pointed arches.. xiv. very rare 1 *** From the Brice collection. 9). and the shield on the reverse wt. m.. 1602. but with different bust of Queen. posvi. m. lot 82 (Bud. ADIVTOREM. m. fine on both . the crown. and reading on rev. 1 7). xiv. 18). same type and legends as lot 74. 42| grs. 1567-1570. m. m. crowned. II] collection. m. . as the Half Sovereign. 82 Crown. 21| grs. richer dress. x. hib ! . ! ' 1 : : : : :. specimens known [PI. m. Elizabeth. lis on both sides. 1567-1570. z. x. ET hiber REGINA. lot 79 but edge plain. same type and legends very fine and rare as on 1 85 m 2 on both sides. very fine and extremely 1 rare * * * From lections. Half Crown. for fidei. 127-8. pi. Bust of Queen to left. lot 82 (Bud. 5). pi. pi. Plain square shield on cross fourchee inner circle on both sides plain. same type and legends wt. m. pp. II] shield pi. m. (Bud.

lion. all m. coronet. Three Halfpence (Shepherd collection). posvi dev adivto'. m. 90 Shilling (Wakeford and Penny types. and Sixpences. m. m. m. date 1566. all m. Groat.. 1569 and 1570. Half Groat and Penny all with m. and dated 1565. fine Groat (Shepherd collection). II] 1 %* 88 From the Bolland. Sixpence and Threepence. Threepence.13 87 Shilling. rem. Threepence. mev. and dated 1563. all m. m. usual 4 collection). and dated 1567. m. and Three Farthings (unpublished). a rare set 4 92 Sixpence (Shepherd collection). and rare [PI. Half Groat (Brice collection). all with m. and Three Halfpence. Threepence (Wakeford collection). and 1570. m. pheon. m. usual types. m. m. Sixpence. castle. Shilling. the inner circle on both sides is beaded and the XII. m. martlet. pheon. Sixpence and Threepence m. Bergne and Brice collections. usual types. 1567. pheon. fine collection). m. . but reading on : Shilling. m. Three and Three Farthings (Shepherd * Sixpence and Three- pence. same type and legends as the preceding coin. rev. and Sixpence. the first two fine. usual types. Sixpence and Three Halfpence. mev. but bust of Queen smaller . m. Threepence and Half Groat. m. usual types. portcullis. Threepence (Brice collection). m. usual types. m. 7C on both sides.m. Three Halfpence and Three Farthings. m. Half Threepence. the last two well preserved. m. and Penny. ang fr et hib regi ! : '. and dated 1568. all m. Sixpence Groat and Penny. cross crosslet. legend ends regia. coronet. 91 Shilling (Neville-Bolfe collection). Half Groat (Neville-Bolfe Penny. m. pheon. m. very fine dbv. and dated 1561 . Halfpence (Neville-Bolfe collection). but plain inner circle on both sides (not beaded) on all. and rev. well preserved and fine Threepence. dbv. all with m. m. and dated 1562 . same m. and dated 1561 collection). coronet. m. usual type as lot 86. pi. Durrant. extremely fine and a rare mint mark 1 "%* From the Wigan and Brice 89 collections. m. with m. Bud. mostly fine 9 95 Sixpence and date (Brice collection). mostly fine 9 94 Sixpence. 1569 . elizab d! g'. 9 . lion. mostly fine 9 93 Sixpence (Bergne and Brice collections). and dated 1566. 3). lis. rose. and 4 *** From this point the hammered coins are arranged so far as possible in sets according to the mint marks and in chronological sequence. Threepence (Brice collection). ' ! . (comp. usual types. lis on both sides. Groat (Brice collection). m.

usual types. cross. m. Penny (m. Sixpence (Wakeford collection). and Three Farthings. Half Groat and Penny. Penny and Halfpenny. Half Groat and Halfpenny. Threepence and Three Farthings. m. 8 102 Shilling. Threepence and Penny. rare. and 'K. m. usual types. all with m. Penny. date 1595. m. well preserved cinquefoil. but dated 1602. m. and Shilling. date 1582. Half Groat. mostly fine all m. Three Halfpence. bell. Threepence and Three Halfpence (Wakeford collection). m. and Halfpenny. Sixpence. the second piece with only . with same m. m. date 1592. all m. date 1596. Half Groat. cinquefoil. m. m. m. Sixpence. date 1600. and Halfpenny. m. others well preserved 10 all 99 Shilling. only).m. Penny (unpublished). date 1584. date 1599. Penny and Halfpenny. ermine. all m. all Sixpence. all m.m. and dated 1573 Sixpence. usual types. m. all with m. hand. well preserved with 10 101 Shilling (Wakeford collection). usual types.m.m. but dated 1598. usual . date 1589. with same m. ermine. acorn. Sixpence (Bieber (Bergne and Brice Shilling. crescent. all fine and a rare mint mark 6 . Sixpence. m. date 1582. woolpack. Half Groat. well preserved. m. a scarce mint mark 5 105 Shilling (Shepherd collection). Penny and Halfpenny. all well preserved all with 10 103 Sixpence and Penny. and Sixpence. and Sixpence.. all fine. and dated 1579. m.14 96 Sixpence. fine and well preserved collection). usual . types. m. m. date 1594. all Half Groat. key.. m. Half Groat. L. usual types. all pence and Threepence. Penny and Three Farthings m. . 9 97 Sixpence. Shilling. Half Groat. Threepence.m. Three Halfpence. m. Sixpence. m. usual types. 1574. Half Groat (Addington collection). anchor. escallop. and Three Farthings (Brice collection). all m. o. Penny and Halfpenny with m. Threepence and Three Halfpence. and dated 1 573 Sixand dated 1576. types. m. very rare. Half Groat and Halfpenny. m. Sixpence. m. m. with same m. Sixpence. Half Groat. some fine. collections). mostly fine. Penny and Halfpenny. on rev. 9 100 Shilling. m. Threepence. m. date 1601 . key. usual types. sword. usual types. Shilling. date . Sixpence. ton. Sixpence. others well preserved 8 (Brice collection). date 1583. all with m. all 98 Sixpence. all with m. Threepence. m. all with m. and dated 1572. date 1578 Sixpence (Brice collection). on obv. date 1590 Shilling (Bergne and Brice collections). also Sixpence. Penny and Halfpenny. some fine 8 104 Shilling. Sixpence.

Elizabeth d g ang fra et. Shepherd and Brice collections. m. hib regina. 112 Shilling.15 106 Shilling. lot 108. ! ! '. m. m. very fine. 7 1597.m. Elizabeth . 6). type Portcullis Quarter Dollar. type and legends as the Dollar.. 7). same type and legends as lot 113. but reading on obv. '. *** . obv. Portcullis crowned ! ! ! ! (Bud. fra. 5). and legends as the d g ang fr et.m.. m. Bergne (lot 583) and Brice collections. and rare 1 115 Shilling. but with slight chip at edge.. Milled Coinage. m. II] %* 113 From the Tyssen. m. rev. Shilling. 1593.. 1580. xin. shield be rev. key. dered dress. '. m. hiber . hib. xv. Elizabeth d. type. usual types. date 1602. lot 108. posvi devm. 2. m. tun. regina. xv. Plain square on cross fourch6e (Bud. g. Elizabeth. 1583. type. m. '. star on both sides. m. coronet. legends and size as the previous coin. same m. but the dress of the Queen is differently embroidered. crowned. well preserved and rare all with m. pi. Shilling. pi. same m. adivtorem. pi. m. m. 8). 1591..m. mevm. but bust smaller. same ! Dollar. very fine *%* From 109 and very rare the Gibbs collection. XV..m. and cross. large size. usual types. '. m. pi. et. ! '. Hastings and Brice collections. m. Square shield. (Bud. '. '. mevm. martlet. but unpublished and extra rare 1 * From the Rostron collection (lot 175). ! '. REGINA. Bust of Queen to left. and legends as the previous coin. hiber regi ! (Bud. ELIZABETH D G AN fr et. m. pheon j 1570. m. annulet on both sides. Durrant. but reading on obv. 1). Half Groat. devm. very fine and rare 1 *** From the 114 Cuff. bell. Penny and Halfpenny. 1561.. 1 Portcullis Half Dollar. m. somewhat rubbed.. hi regina (Bud. m. d! G ANG fr et. m. same m. *** From the Bergne and Brice collections.. adivtorem. m. extremely fine and rare 1 *** From the 110 Cuff. Trattle. hand. ANG. but reading on obv. very rare and " believed to " the finest specimen known 1 [PI. between E R crowned . crowned. type and legends as the previous coin. same m. m. obv. pi. all fine for these coins 108 Portcullis Dollar. 5 107 Sixpences. embroi.m. very fine and rare 1 *** From 111 the Addington collection. '. xv. Portcullis Eighth Dollar. Sixpence. very fine and rare 1 . posvi. but of smaller size.m.

REGINA. same to. 1564. 3 from the Eostron Sixpences. Plain square shield on cross fourchee . Threepence. 119 Sixpence. Sixpences (2). 120 1 and 2 from the Brice. crowned . usual type. Threepence. et. dev adivtorem. type. and the Neville-Rolfe collection. fra. obv. *** Nos. Plain square shield on cross fourchee 1 (Rud. to. ang. and rev.. . another. rev. crowned. the bust of the Queen divides at the bottom the which reads Elizabeth. from the Neville-Bolfe. II] From the Christmas. g. Small bust of Queen to POSVI. star . and no. '. with date 1561 (ib. same to. HI. 3 from the Wakeford. an. Elizabeth. regina. crowned.. but bust with different ornamentation. # 117 scarce 1 3 nos. .. regina. hib. and on the other large . no.. another. xiii. 5 from 121 Groat. '. pi. to. 1561 (Eud. &c.. • but small rose behind Queen's bust and date on rev. xiii. all very fine scarce and 3 * * No. embroidered dress . d. lis . star . the busts are also varied. 2 and 3 from the Brice 118 Sixpence. type. to. same date and type. another. large rose behind. and others of 1567 and 1568. MEVM. all some- 6 *#* No. to. all usual types. same type as in the preceding lot. 1562. and cross fourchee on rev. but on one specimen the rose behind the bust is small. another. ang ' fr ! et. 1566. star . 2 from the * Wylie collection. 3). lis. Bust of Queen to left. no. large rose .pl. 1562. small rose . fra. extremely fine and very rare [PI. to. but on obv. ornamented dress . type. devm. Elizabeth. with what rubbed to.. obv. behind. d ! G '. to. 1563. . to. d. ADIVTOREM. Elizabeth left. ang. posvi. dated 1570. but with cross pattee with to. same to.16 116 Sixpence. behind. d. posvi. mevm. et. pi. 1562. and pellet each side of date on rev. to. xii. g. but on the rev. same type. rev. and legends as lot 116. 6). . same. all very fine 3 collection. to. and legends. above. instead of cross fourchee on rev. rev. to. 1562 Threepence. mev Plain square shield on cross fourchee above. &. regina (n's 3 collection. " a Lady in the North " and Brice collections.. all very fine and * * No. 1567. 1568. but large rose on obv. 4) . dated 1562. 4 from the Rostron.. hi '. f. the dress is more ornamented than on the same coin and scarce in the previous lot. . all very fine and rare legend. g. shield on large cross patt6e instead of cross fourch6e .. adivtorem. %* Bust of Queen to left. same type. *** Nos. to. and 2 and 3 from the Brice collection. DEVM. olv. 1561. hib. but small rose behind bust.. reversed). 1567.

ang! fran! z. and touching the outer rim of the coin. m. rev. 1563. 211 grs. same type and legends as the preceding coin 1 (Bud. in which catalogue it is stated that the coin is pierced in two places. rev. Rud. Montagu. sine.pl.' ! I '. Wigan and Brice collections. Gold. crowned. in high relief. civitas London. Elizabeth. obv. rose . ornamented dress . 10). above. (see Hks.. and Mr. II] 1 ! '. which falls over both shoulders eam. star on obv. and excessively rare xiii. m. of the highest rarity 1 [PI. is known. FIDEL PROTEGET. crowned. two inner circles. possibly unique 1 *** From the Clarke Silver. W. unpublished. crowned. lis on both sides. crowned. Large bust of Queen to left. of London. rosa. no inner Snelling. Durrant. fine. E. Plain square shield. Bust of Queen to left. unpublished. rev. adivtorem. posvi devm. m. collection. g.m. . 1 *** From sale the Shepherd collection (lot 290). tun on both sides obv. Trattle. wt.. Clarke. 124 Milled Half Sovereign. m. Eobinson. *#* From the Tyssen. extremely fine and very rare *** From the Bergne (lot 588) and Brice collections. D.. 1563 (Hks. hi regina. G . crowned. behind. d G ang fra et. one beaded . 84 grs. 126 Milled Shilling. Robert Marsham. Bust of Queen to left. and .. m. ! ! ! ! ! . d. extremely fine and very rare [PI. 95 grs. 458. key on both sides. Hawkins and subsequently passed into the collections of Mr. Square shield over cross fourchee reel border on . obv. m. both sides. p. N. vn. mevm. T. fine. star. It is in the National Collection. hib! regl. mullet on rev. wt.. Patterns. 21). It realised at that £21 10s. all within two inner circles. pi. pi. (Hks. small lettering on both sides and inner circles plain. Bust of Queen to left. 11). xiii. hair. elaborate dress and long rev. G. not so well preserved. II] *#* Of this exceedingly interesting coin only one other specimen. 305 and title-page . MEV Plain square shield on cross fourchee . m.. long hair and ornamented dress. '. Square shield in good condition on cross pattee. wt. . and finally into that of Mr. m. posvi dev adivtorem. m. another on shoulder .. one beaded. The above piece formerly belonged to Mr. circles.17 122 Half Groat. '. 123 Three Farthings. 440). elizab d g ang fr ET hib regl. 125 Milled Half Crown. obv. SCVTVM. between E R . but bust slightly rubbed. spina. m. Elizabeth. the Hon. This coin appears to be the pattern for the hammered shilling with same m.

(Bud. tressure . above. 1 *** From the collections. et. £32) and Addington # collections.. embroidered dress behind. dev! adivtorem mev! (stops. Elizabeth. m. 23| grs. OCVLIS. and unpublished 1 132 Proof Milled Sixpence. 1 1561. 51 grs. at his feet. mullet on both sides. . Royal *** From shield extremely fine on large double rose. A.. portcullis . posvi. (Bud. DEVM ADIVTOREM. 1603-1625. extremely rare. very fine and of the highest rarity [PL II] Hollis. G. pi. 1574. annulet on obv. D? G« ANQ FR & Hi? regina (stops. wt. m. fra. plain on both sides). well preserved. mullet on both sides. above. in highly ornamented dress behind. m. pi. star on both sides. 133 I. large rose . NRIS. Bergne and Brice collections. Cuff. mullet on both sides. xiii. hiber! rex. but stops on obv. A.. (Bud. Plain square shield on cross fourchee . Milled Sixpence. et. pi. 15). m. obv.m. ISTVD. around. Large plain square shield. is 128 Milled Sixpence. rev. d! g! ang fra & hi? regina. rev.. pi. unless otherwise stated and rev. hib. xiii. divided by a broad plain cross. wt. m. wt. pi. 1 (Rud. m. m. 1574. key on both the preceding coin. m. m. XII. ET. same type and legends as the last coin. mevm (stops. pi. 1). 94 grs. 4). m. very fine and of great rarity * * From the Dymock. Elizaang.. 48 grs. only. and rev. DNO ! FACTVM. 13). Bust of Queen to left. 1561. wt. 131 Portcullis Halfpenny. EST. 4). wt. obv. and rare [PL III] is grs. m. collections. (Bud. rev. wt. excessively rare 1 *x* From 129 the Marsham collection (lot 465). 1575. sides. m. Portcullis. plain). adivtorem. rose. holding sceptre and orb . crowned. and date 1575. posvi devm. cinquefoils). xiii. 3 grs. 1 the Duncombe and Addington always on the obv. xiv. regina. brit^ fran'. rosettes. d! g! mag'. *$* JAMES Gold. 1575. 1 wt. beth. obv. mevm. £31) and Addington 130 Milled Threepence. Bergne (lot 615. crowned. The m. 47 grs. rev.18 127 Milled Shilling. rev. but reading obv. where it sold for £27.D. Rose Ryal. but the shield same type and legends as elaborately garnished. POSVI. xiii. Murchison (lot 195. m. Cross moline with three pellets in each angle . . obv. same type as lot 128. 1605-1612. no legends. d. Large bust of Queen to left. . 14). large rose . very fine and very rare *** From the Cuff. m. iacobvs. (Bud.. very fine. MIRAB 213 ! IN. extremely fine and very rare From the Pembroke. EST. Elizabeth. The King seated facing on throne. Shepherd (lot 285) and Brice collections.

140 Thirty-Shilling Piece or Rose Ryal. 5). A. wt. A DNO FACTVM EST ISTVD ET EST MIRAB : : IN oc lion fine nris. 193 grs. Thirty-Shilling Piece or Rose Ryal. thistle. wt. but the back of the throne is plain not flowered. Eoyal shield on cross fleury. but omitting the stops after brit. 2). 106 grs. d! g! mag! brit! et. rev. : :. iv. Brown and Addington collections. N. White. Thirty-Shilling Piece or Rose Ryal. King seated obv. Chron. This specimen *** is the only one cited by Kenyon as bearing the m. tressure of eight arches with trefoil in each 1 Spur Ryal. 136 in each angle.. yn. 1619-1625. 213 grs.. m. at prow. 141). wt. same type and legends as the preceding coin.m. pi. same type and legends as the preceding coin. and a very rare variety 1 : :. Forster and Addington collections. with lis : at his feet. 104 grs. m. extremely fine. xxx. DNO ! FACTVM. spandril. very fine and rare *#* From the Brice collection.. 1612-1619. m.. rare * * # 138 From the Henderson. m. extremely fine 1 but slightly chipped at edge. portcullis .m. HIb! rex. rose . 1605-1612. extremely fine and rare *** From the Shepherd (lot 301) and Brice collections. 96). and a rose and rare above shield. .m. (Bud. surrounded by double within which and in each angle of cross are a lis. 137 Spun Ryal. lion with . same type and legends as the preceding coin. m. MIRABILE. 1619-1625. iacobvs. m. very 1 fine and rare. trefoil slipped. 229). EST. mullet (see p. 1 XII. the back of which is flowered. same type and legends as lot 138 . [PI.m. the field on either side is ornamented and roses . a . on throne. obv. pi.19 134 Rose Ryal. (Ken. 1605-1612. 192 grs.S. holding sword and shield mast on either side . extremely 1 [PL III] Brown and Addington collections. a rare mint mark 135 Spur Fran! Ryal. Bolland. 1605-1612. xn. holding sceptre and : : : : : orb . IACOBVS D facing. mullet.. (Num. King standing facing in ship. G MA BRI fr ET HIB rex. ET.. same type and legends as lot 135. m. rev. circle of dots. 105 grs. Floriated cross with radiate rose in centre crown above him. *** From the Brice 2 collection. m. 194 grs. 1619-1625.m. (Bud. flag with letter I . On ship . wt. wt. m. spur rowel. and the legends read hi for hib and mira for mirab wt. p. rose. cinquefoil pierced. *** From 139 the Durrant (lot 559). extremely fine and an extremely rare m.. Ill] 1 From the Cuff. ISTVD.. wt.m. coronet. EST.

holding sceptre in right paw and shield with left . m. Fifteen-Shilling Piece or Spur : Ryal. wt. facing. xn. IACOBVS D G : : Spur MAG : : Ryal. in field. Radiate rose on each angle. obv. m. lion. pi. Lion : : sejant. 1619-1625. 97| grs. extremely fine and : : : : : . : very rare 1 *** From the Cuff. m.. 6). crowned. (Bud. 1619-1625. very rare cross. "the Property of a Gentleman" and the Addington collections. trefoil slipped. but reading obv. (Ken. crown . 97 grs. same type as the preceding coin. in above which. pellet in each spandril. tressure of eight arches with wt. 101). extremely fine and 1 [PL III] *** From 142 the Murchison (1860). spur BRIT FRA ET HI: REX. x v j rev. m. each limb terminating in a crowned lis . iacobvs D G MAG BRI FR ET HI REX rev. A DNO FACTVM EST istvd ET EST mirabile. . a dno factvm est istvd et est mirabi :.20 141 Fifteen-Shilling Piece or rowel. Hastings and Brice collections.

(comp. 1).21 SECOND DAY'S SALE. wt. iacobvs. 148 Unite. Unite. m. et. 1603-1604. being an unpublished m.. slightly decorated . eos. but the armour of the King is more richly damascened. XI. very fine i. 1 and rare [PI.e. extremely fine. m. m. m. 1604-1612. orb in left rev. 145 Unite. but reading on obv. Pound Sovereign. 171 grs. very rare m. 1604-1612. crowned. Bud. lis. obv. ang sco ! ! 1603-1604.m. Half-length figure of the King right.m. m. m. and a '. very fine. extremely in fine 1 146 *** From the Alchorne. obv. m. 1604-1612. I figure of the . escallop. EXVRGAT.m.. thistle. 1604-1612. et.. Gold. Ill] *** From the Dimsdale. rev. m. same type and legends as lot 146. Square garnished shield. surmounted by crown and between I R. 153| grs. 153 grs. wt. IN. bunch of grapes. 98). very fine. hib rex. 154£ grs. JAMES lot 143 I — continued. iacobvs. (Ken. g to fran '. coronet. wt. Martin. V 1 From the Kirk (1885) collection. but the bust of the King is smaller and the armour plain. same type and legends as lot 146.m. armour much damascened sceptre in right hand. orb in left ... Pound Sovereign. between I r. King crowned and . with small bust and plain armour. d : g! mag'. DEVS. m. 171 grs. this bust 1 wt. hib ' BEX. Half-length '. m. m. crowned and in armour. hi for hib!. same type &c. wt. 154 grs. Unite. 153£ grs. brit! fran to right. m. wt. extremely fine 144 the preceding coin. pi. 1 ..m. faciam. same type and legends as wt. 1604-1612. gentem.. Square garnished shield. very fine and extremely rare. 139) 1 149 *** From the Wigan and Brice collections. 5). 1 (lot 480). INIMICL. a rare m.. pi. Bergne and Brice collections. rose. sceptre in right hand. same type and legends as the preceding coin. and specially mentioned by Kenyon (p. Hastings and Nash collections. vnam. b'. xi. an unpublished variety with 147 Unite. DISSIPENTVR. lis. (Bud. * * From the Marsham collection # as the last coin.

very fine 1 and excessively rare [PL III] *** From 155 the Bergne and Brice collections. book. between I R. and exceedingly rare 1 157 Half Unite. m. m. . ..m. reading obv. preceding coin. wt. . well preserved.. 153 grs. ' ! '. (Bud. 1612-1619. ! ! ! ! ! rosas. iacobvs. preceding coin. m. m. . m. p. \5b\grs. well preserved. iacobvs D G MA BRIT fra et HI rex j rev. but one pellet only between words on rev. with one pellet only between words. FACIAM. rose. p. ! '. iacobvs D G mag br fr et Hi I rex rev. same type and legends as the last coin. exvrgat devs dissipentvr INIMICL. trefoil slipped." notes " the only piece in gold or silver 154 Half Sovereign. 1 *#* Of this coin Mr. Bust of King to right. 85 grs. a rare m. (see Ken. Plain square . '. book. m. fine. wt. IACOBVS D G MA BRI FRA ET HI REX. 1604-1612. 75 grs. m. ! ! '.. Half Unite.. 1612-1619.m. 76 denomination grs.. ' ! '. but rev. obv. usual type. same type and legends collections. rose.. regna. wt. same type and legends as on the but the armour of the King is but slightly decorated. eos.. excessively rare and probably unique wt. 1604-1612. a well struck and round coin *** From 158 the Chetwynd and Brice Half Unite. &c. m. D G MAG BRIT fran et. as the 1 76 grs. 1603-1604.. same type and legends as the preceding coin. 1 FACIAM EOS IN GENTEM VNAM. fine ' : '. wt. very well preserved and a rare m. usual type as lot 146. iacobvs d! g! angl! SCO fran et. 154 grs. . hiber rex. an unpublished variety.m. Montagu that I have met with having this m. an unpublished m.. 76 grs. m. 140) 1 151 Unite. 140) 1 153 Unite. m. 6). (Bud.. ! ! '. cinquefoil pierced. but reading obv. XI. 1612-1619. m. but reading hib wt. ROSAS. but ' reading on obv. m. 1604-1612. wt. pi. '. '. iacobvs. m. (see Ken. fine 1 %* 156 From the Brice collection. Andrew's cross. crowned. an un1 . thistle. but face and armour different. unpublished. 153 grs. published variety cross. wt. same type as the last coin. wt. rev. fine. very fine. 1612-1619. m. crowned. HIB rex.m. scallop. m. 1612-1619. of this 1 159 Half Unite. and I Ron rev. m. usual type. much smaller.. &c. fine. Half Unite.22 150 Unite. XI. ' '. '. same type and legends for HI \ as the preceding coin. 2). HENRICVS. m. '. saltire or St.. wt.. rev. : : : : 152 Unite. m.m. hair longer. 1612-1619. shield. armour decorated.m. 75 grs. henricvs. pi. and reading on obv. ! '. '.

39 grs. 18| grs. wt.. Half Crown. bri for brit . spina. same type and legends as the preceding Laurel. wt. (Bud. same type and legends as lot 164. behind. (Bud. extremely fine 1 : 168 the Bergne and Brice collections. devs. fine "%* From the Chesham Find. m. spur rowel obv. 8). . B. d g ang sco fra . (Bud. Laurel.. XI. wt. wt. m. m. xi.m. i!d! g!rosa. m. 1604-1612.m. m.23 160 Crown. 38 and 19 grs. (Bud. obv. but reading obv. crowned. fine and very rare 1 1 603-1604. devs. 42-| g r s. tveatvr. cross. 164 Laurel. Plain square shield on cross fleury . obv. rare 1 165 *** From the Brice collection.. pi. IACOBVS. Bust of King to right. but the former reads ma! bri! fra! et. faciam EOS in gentem vnam. 3). 1604-1612.. m. Square shield surmounted by crown between I r.. rev. Bust of King to left. but reading obv. wt. 4). and legend on rev. 7). m. pi.. m.. lis. regna. in armour . m. differently divided. same type and legends as the pre1 139 grs. sine.m. rosas. BRI FRA : * * # From :. hi. pi. Half Crown. thistle. lis. [PI. wt. 163 1 from the Bergne and Brice collections. Murchison and Shepherd (lot 295) collections. 1619-1625. 10). wt. iacobvs. m. lis. wt. bri FRA ET hib for brit FRAN ET hib. xi.. laureate. rev. Bust of King to left. tveaet.. wis. devs. extremely fine 1 166 Laurel. hib rex. (Rud. d! g! mag brit! fra et. and Half Crown. 9). above. d! g! an! sc! fr et. but reading on obv. 1619-1625. xi. and harp on shield larger. same type and legends as the preceding coin. 2 162 *#* Both from the Brice collection. . same m. iacobvs. but reading on obv. Britain Crown. rev. xx. m. scallop.m. Britain Crown. 1619-1625. hi rex. wt. D G MAG BRIT FRAN et hib rex. crowned. . pi. Square shield surmounted bycrown between I r. iacobvs. 1603-1604. m. tween fine. m.. iacobvs. 1604-1612. very fine and of fine work. thistle. (Bud. vnita.. m. in armour . 1619-1625. coin. both fine 1604-1612. 21 grs. as fine as from the die." W. crowned. Bust of King to right. obv. m. Ill] 1 *** From the Martin. Square shield surmounted by crown be! ! I R. exceedingly rare and extremely a beautiful specimen. rev. rose. in mantle and armour. I ! ! henricvs. in armour . xi. tveatvr. 139 grs. pi. vnita. very fine 167 Laurel. : : : : : xi. rev. 139 grs. thistle ! ! ! ! ! ! hib 161 *x* From the Bank of England and Brice collections. and type.m. 139 grs. vnita. and small shield. same types and legends as the previous lot. pi. tur. 1619-1625. 140 grs.. : : : : : small lettering. m. ceding coin. crown. both very fine 2 *** No. rex.

1615... 34 2 fine 173 Thistle Crown. wt.. crowned. ma! for mag!. omitted). crown. 2 BR FR ET hi wt. MA. m.. henric! rosas regna iaco!.. : : : : : : j . wt. iacobvs d g mag bri fra et hib rex. 1604. m. pi. m.24 169 Laurel. fine. wt. hib. HENRICVS ROSAS REGNA IACOBVS. rev. 71 grs.. FRA. (Rud.. 35 grs. the second a rare variety and 2 %* 172 Both from the Chesham Find. plain cross. m. 31 grs. trefoil the Half Laurel. laureate. m. wt. but reading obv. 174 Thistle Crown. m. same type and legends as last lot. same type as in last lot. : : 70 m. D. *#* Half Laurel. Quarter Laurel. between I R. an un1 published m. iacobvs d mag bri FR et hib rex. HENRICVS ROSAS REGNA IACOB unpublished wt. iacobvs. pi. ET HI REX . Quarter Laurel. and only mentioned by 1 Buding *** From the Leckenby 175 collection. ceding coin. 12). extremely fine and scarce *** From the Brice collection. : m. G. 1619-1625. lis obv. wt. xi.. wt. h! rex. fine. obv. IACOBVS D wt. wt. reading obv. the m. FACIAM EOS. usual type.. type and legends. . same type and legends as lot 173. 30 grs. trefoil slipped. 1 13). 35 grs. henric ROSAS regna iacob Plain square . both fine. both fine Both from the Bergne and Brice collections. m. rose. usual Half Laurel. IACOBVS. xi. ! !. X rev.. and an unpublished variety Thistle Crown. trefoil slipped. and reading on obv. m. 1605. d. but rev. an unpublished m. shield on cross fleury . . 70 grs.. but behind head of : :. Rose on stalk. ia'. : : : ! : : 170 Half Laurel. same type and legends as lot 173. m. 30 grs. same type and legends as the pre- 31 grs. trefoil slipped. bri. m. but reading Quarter Laurel. 1619-1625. et. . (Bud. m.m. (Bud. but reading obv. d! g! mag' br! f! et.pl. vnita devs. m. 1619-1625. very fine. in mantle and armour behind. iacobvs d G MAG BRI : : : : FRA ET HIB grs. but reading on G MAG BKI FRA ET HI REX. above. BRI. precedes the legend and does not follow regna as usual. fine 1 &c. m. m. an unpublished obv. wt. tveatvr. m. 1619-1625. 1618. rex. Thistle Crown. obv. but omitting the letters I R in field on obv. both REX . between I R . lis. m. rose. 11) . . obv. m. rev. but reading on obv.. ! lis on rev. a rare m. m. m. reading. same type and legends as 171 King V.m. grs. usual type. g. : : : : : .. slipped on obv. ma. 140 grs. Bust of King to left. rev. crowned. xi. fra. rev. m. 1 176 *** From the Webb collection (lot 376). m. (g.. Thistle on stalk. on rev. m. trefoil slipped. tun.

* From the Brice collection. Ken. 1605-1612. trefoil over same type and legends for dno. book. 1 Half Angel. 7). as the preceding coin. hi ! . 1 wt. prow and on pennon. D ! G MA BRI ! FRA ! ET. rev. dno. but reading obv.. A. pi. '. d '. xn. iacobvs d g :MAG BRI fra ET.. 64 grs. A. 1612-1619. g mag '. fine m. 178 Angel. (Sndling. : : : 179 Angel. 7). Ill] \* 184 From m. dno factvm. wt. lot 178. lished same type and legends an unpub1 as the preceding coin. Hastings and Brice collections. rev. HI REX. 36^ grs. devs. pi. legend. extremely fine 1 and rare [PI. The King on horseback to right. A. m. m. Michael piercing the dragon :. . xil. . dissipentur. extremely fine and rare *#. wt. 35 grs. shield attached to mast. 3). 183 Crown. First Coinage. (Rud. Angel 1619-1625. est. (comp. . m. thistle . the housexvrgat. cinquefoil pierced. Square garnished shield (Bud. pi.. iacobvs. ship without bowsprit. to. m. est. 1 and rare 181 Half Angel. iacobvs. HIB REX. fra \ rex. obv. *** From the Neville-Rolfe . ings decorated with crowned rose . Crown. 1619-1625. 4). ivell preserved and rare collection. (Bud. wt. m. istvd Ship to right with bowsprit. '. pi. m. obv. factvm.25 177 Angel. pi. rev. iacobvs. 1). A threewing. xn. FACTVM. same type and legends as the previous coin. Silver. EST. DNO. trefoil slipped. m. but the ship has no bowsprit. 1612-1619. m. Bank of England and Brice collections. and one stop only after each word oi rev. rex. with royal arms embroidered on sail lions at stern. %* 182 (Bud. but reading on rev. xvi. m. 1 extremely fine and rare [PI. extra rare. . .' inimicl. Ill] : : . '. 70 grs. same type and legends as the preceding coin 1 vin. domino. m. masted ship sailing to left. ! ! ! '. St. m. brit '. rose ET. m. d g ang sco '. 64 grs. '. fine.. '. being m. * the lis. 1612-1619..m. wt. m. 70 grs.. *** From the 180 Cuff. very fine and very rare From the Wigan and Brice collections. at sides of which I and rose. obv. thistle.. very fine and rare 1 *** From the Marsham collection (lot 485). same type as the Angel.. ISTVD. St. two ropes from stern and two from prow. wt. 105). Michael piercing the dragon on right under his mark of value x rev. hib sword in right hand. lis (1). istvd. fran et.

m. and no. and variety *** From the Wakeford collection. exceedingly fine shield.. Plain square shield (Bud. m. to. Sixpence. thistle. the first two well preserved. 1604. d g mag brit fran '. and the finest example known 1 of this coin [PI. a very rare m. date 1603 (Bud. nemo. *** From the " This coin is in beautiful condition. m. 6). 1). Square garnished I). xvi. Twopence. g'. et. m. thistle. in good condition. well preserved Second Coinage. a desirable 1 set 5 *** No. . the fine. inimici. 183 (Bud. obv. iacobvs. thistle obv. behind. 1603. Penny and Halfpenny. m. *** From the Duchess 192 Crown. lis. m. Durrant. Crown. all with m.) and Brice collections. 1604. m. rev. pi. types. exvrgat.B. extremely rare. Bust of King to right. well 1 preserved. thistle . hib ! to right. Penny and Halfpenny. iacobvs. shield 1 qvm. xvii. 193 Crown m. pi.26 185 Half Crown. £17 in this state — 189 Shilling. pi. lis. Twopence. ' ! ! '. 2). Dymock. no. m. m. XII . all with m. same type and legends as lot 191. extremely fine and in this state very rare the Shepherd (lot 310. in armour . '. perfectly round. crowned. 4). usual 5 Shilling. m. collections. extremely fine and very rare in this condition *** From the Bergne and Brice collections. xvi.) and Brice collections. rose. to.. 190 from the Ignatius Williams. above same type and legends as the last coin. usual last three types. pi. lis. Tyssen. devs. same type and legends the Hall collection. The King on horseback sword in right hand . viii. rex. ang sco fra: '. pi. hib : rex. £15 15s. devs. lot 183 1 (Snelling. 1 and most rare 15s. but on the housings of the horse a rose and thistle united (1) crowned. d '." [PL III] Shepherd (lot 311. if struck for a proof. separet. 3). Bud. rev. et. Sixpence. same type and legends as the Crown. fine and rare of Beaufort's collection. Ill] *** From Addington 186 the Hodsell. the ground under horse . but on rev. 5 from the Walpole-White collection. conivnxit. 191 Crown. 1 xvii. Foster (£50) and as the Half Crown.. extremely rare * * # 187 From . m. pi. m. thistle. decorated with crowned rose . lot to. and looks as W. 1 Sixpence. same type and legends as the preceding coin (Bud. dissipentvr. 3 from the Bergne and Brice. housings (comp. m. Shilling. *** From 188 xvi.

pi. thistle. but and plume above shield. coin. :. behind. same type and legends as lot 191. The King on horseback to right. same type and legends as lot 199. same type. Half Crown. m. pi. 2). Square garnished preserved shield (Bud. 203 lot 199. very fine and scarce *** From the Shepherd collection (lot 314). but 1 plume above shield. m. m. obv. Bergne and Brice collections.27 194 Crown. m. m. :. iacobvs d g mag bri fra et hib rex. legends and varieties as the preceding coin. m.. trefoil. m. very well 1 200 201 same type and legends as the preceding coin. sword in right hand crowned rose on housings. : Half Crown. 195 196 *** From the Marsham collection (lot 494).. m. same type and legends as on rev. lis. two stops after words of legend on obv. m. m. and also with plume over shield on extremely fine 1 [PL IV] *** From 199 : the Shepherd collection (lot 313). Plain square shield (Bud. m. a rare m. Crown. scallop. 3). QVM DEVS CONIVNXIT NEMO : : : : . QVJE. same type and legends as lot 191. the shield at bottom pierces the inner circle . and rare in this state. lis. tun . it reads bri for brit! . there is more ground under the horse. "probably the best known" 1 extremely fine Half Crown. conivnxit. Crown. m. same type and legends as lot 199. m. crowned. 1 Crown. and a plume over it (comp. fine and an 1 extremely rare m. rev. extremely fine and rev... of King to right. separet. thistle. Shilling. 202 Half Crown. same type and legends as lot 199. SEPARET. in armour . m. 5). especially in this condition *** From 198 the Cuff. reading FR for fra : lis. m. m. 1 4). obv. m. rev. — . m. xvn. xvn. XVII. grapes. in perfect condition.. not improbably a proof [PI. m. m. same type and legends as lot 191. ! ! '. : 197 except iacobvs and et." W. finest known specimen. Murchison. m. but the rose and crown on the housings are smaller. m. pi. B. a very sharply struck and round coin. I 1 VJ " The *** From the Bolland. extremely fine and rare in this state *** From 204 205 the Brice collection. ! Bust devs. XVII. pi. but on is there the shield does not pierce the inner circle. plume above shield (Bud. : Half Crown. m. Bud. Half Crown. 1 rare. and on the rev. but 1 reading fr for fra well preserved lis. Brunell. and none on rev. lis. well preserved. same type. legends and varieties as the last rev. nemo. XII . very fine and a rare variety 1 Crown. but on rev. well preserved 1 ' ' ' iacobvs d I g ma bri fra et hi rex. m. m. trefoil. m. and Brice collections.

Penny. and Half Groat. cinquefoil. 5 to. to. . 1624. to. trefoil to. lis. : Shilling. usual types. 6). mostly fine 216 Shilling. key also Shilling with to. 212 Shilling. which has no to. all with m. to. to. all with to. to. to. collection). the Half Groat unpublished 5 collections. fine except last piece. mostly well preserved 5 all 211 Shilling. the Shepherd (lot 315) and Brice collections. Bergne and Brice collections. to. same type and legend as lot 206. two . 218 Shilling. the shilling unpublished with 5 . 1613. to. bell. all with to. but on rev. QV^E DEVS 1 CONIVNXIT nemo separet. usual types. escallop. Shilling. to. Half Groat. rose. to. usual types. Half Groat. extremely fine and rare in this state 1 thistle. to. to. 1608. . to. rev. and Halfpenny. to. Sixpence. lis. 1 plume above *** From 210 shield. Shilling.). (plume over shield) Sixpence. same obv. two pellets and Halfpenny. reading brit fine for bri same type and legends as the last coin. mullet. but on rev. to. fine. same type and legends as lot 206. to. xvn. all with to. all fine . to. 1 and 2 from the Bergne and Brice trefoil . bell. 6 pierced.. Shilling. to. which is 5 on rev. types. usual types. to. to. also Shilling. 1606. usual types. to. to. pellets. Half Groat. to. extremely fine %* 207 From to. plain cross Penny. to. 1609. with to. Half Groat and Penny. : same type : as the preceding coin. obv. to. to. rev. plume pi. coronet. 1621 (Brice collection)..28 206 Shilling. Penny. Groat (Brice Penny. to. very :. Shilling. Murchison. 215 Shilling. to. lis. Sixpence. Sixpence. %* 217 Nos. but reading : IACOBVS D G MAG : BRI FRA ET HIB : : REX . Penny and Halfpenny. extremely fine the Cuff. all with 1623. • 1 *** From the 208 209 Shilling. lis. also 1611. and Halfpenny. 1622 (Brice to. above shield (Bud. to. m. all all with to. mostly fine 214 Shilling. to. . Half rose. m. very well preserved 5 213 Shilling. to. lis. coronet. and Half Groat. Sixpence. very fine 5 collection). 1624. m. Webb collection. usual types. Sixpence. all with to. Half Groat and Penny. usual 6 to. and Half Groat. to. Sixpence. m. except the last piece. tower. Sixpence. but and pellet after each word on rev. pierced plain cross. Sixpence. usual types. thistle. Half Groat (no inner circle on rev. usual types. Penny and Halfpenny. Half Groat. to. and Halfpenny. same to. and Sixpence. . all fine.

but reading one dot between each rev. I). ! ! m.m. ! ! ! 225 Unite. wt. cross on steps of . . 139 grs. 220 Unite. hib. 113). but reading obv. 1 (comp. type 1. fine 1 left. FLORENT. very fine 1 223 Unite. Ken. rev. and * * # legends. Square garnished shield. wearing double-arched crown. one inner circle 138 grs... the other beaded. 141 grs. King to crowned. same type as lot 219. on after REGNA. carolvs Id g mag brit '. CAROLVS D G MAG BRIT FRA ET HIB REX J rev. CAROLVS D G MAG BR fr et HI REX. ! : ! : CORDIA. m. one plain. mantle and collar of the Garter . . wt. type la. wt. same type as the preceding coin. and rev. m. m. m. m. FLORENT CONCORDIA regna. 1625-1648. Tower Mint. : lis. ruff. 138 grs.m. 219 U n ite. as on the previous coin. Gold. flat ! ! ! I 224 Unite. (Bud. no dot before m. carolvs FLORENT CONCORDIA REGNA V . crowned one inner circle only on obv. CON: I '. fine and 1 very rare *. . same type (with single-arched crown) and legends arrangement of dots. : : : : : : . Bust wearing armour and mantle tied on shoulder behind. ! the Chesham Find. . rev. very fine and a rare variety type 1. cross on steps. ! same type ! D G MAG BR FR ET HI REX wt. same type as lot 219. . on both sides.29 CHARLES A. m. for hi . . wt.. ! '. m. very fine From lis. rev. The types of this reign are those as given by Kenyon and Hawkins.m.m. lis.D. type \. regna. I FRA et hi rex. obv. lis . but reading on obv. florent CONCORDIA REGNA. I. p. Bust of King to left. florent concordia regna. type 1. 1 grs. behind head. XX . . but the king's crown is and single arched . fine and scarce *** From the Brice collection. 138 grs. ! '. : : 221 Unite. obv. ruff. It forms the connecting link between type 1 and type la (see next coin). wt. and none on only on obv. large. Square garnished shield surmounted by crown two inner j circles pi... on rev.. wt. 222 Unite.. 140 grs. type l.. and m. word 140 of obv. reading obv. ! type 1. as lot 219. but with different viz. (Ken. rev. 151). XX rev. obv. lis. fine and scarce 1 *** From the Chesham Find. m.m.. m. CAROLVS D G MAG BR fr!et hi! rex.m. 1 xni. two after each word on obv.£* This is the only specimen cited by Kenyon.

m. but the bust of the king pierces the inner circle and divides the legend . 140 grs. wt. '. 139 grs. same type and legends as lot 234. same type the preceding coin.m.m. 1 regna. negro's head. wt. very fine type la. xm. rev.. very fine . upright anchor. 1 fr!et. ! m. ! 231 U nite. (Bud. reading obv. 138 grs. carolvs. m. plume . same type as lot 225. 138 grs. rev. hut reading on obv.. m.m. . hib! '.. . m.. carolvs. hib ! rex. 140 grs. castle.. ! . but reading and pellet after each word on rev.m. m. bri ! fra for brit fr !. type la. wt. and plain inner circle 1 on rev. same type and legends as the preceding coin. concordia. crowned. obv. beaded one on both 232 sides. fine type 3. obv. wt. same type as lot 231. and same carolvs d g mag br fr et : : : : : rex. Bust of King to left. r^. florent. m. d ! g ! mag ! br fr ! et. both crowned. rose. carolvs D G mag br fr ethi'. harp. but four pellets :• after rex and smaller bust of king. Bust of King to left.. coin.. m. wt. IV] ! ! 233 Unite. carolvs d g mag brit ! fra et hib ! rex. . ! ! ! rex. same type and legends as the preceding but reading br!fr! for brit! fra!. type 3. crown. Oval garnished shield.. 234 Unite. same type as lot 225. rex. extremely fine [PI. ! ! ! '. very fine 1 Unite. an unpublished type la. 138 grs. type 2. '. . m. wt. wt. very fine . ! type 3. regna. concordia. m. wt.. FLORENT. castle on obv. 137 grs. 5). m. m. CONCORDIA. CAROLVS D G MAG ! br' I. rose. wearing ruff. hi : reverse legend but reading grs. 139 grs. type 3. florent falling lace collar and ribbon of Garter Oval garnished shield. crowned. 140 grs. hut reading obv. wt. obv. very fine 1 235 Unite. m. CAROLVS D G MA BR FR ET HI REX .. m. crowned. m. wt. pi.pl. and reading obv.. but pellet above C and R on rev.30 226 Unite. portcullis. 229 Unite. m.. type 2. !. coin.. same type as lot 225. and reverse legend as type la. between c R plain inner circle within . hi rex 1 beaded inner circle only on both sides. 138 grs. wearing mantle with behind. very fine and of fine work 1 .. between c R concordia regna.. wt. 4). only. crowned. m. (Bud. m. 1 139 grs. but reading on obv. wt. castle over negro's head on rev. extremely 1 236 Unite.xx. 140 very fine 1 230 Unite.. heart.. ! ! ! ! . d g mag ! brit fr et. ... type 2. same type and legends as the preceding coin. armour and mantle tied on shoulder. BR fr 237 et. type la.m. xx . 1 very fine Unite. behind. rev. regna. hi bell. m. same type and legends as the preceding but reading fra! for fr! and no stops between words on rev. 227 Unite. variety 1 228 Unite. xm.. very fine ! ! . very ! ! ! ! ! fine.FLORENT.

2) . 1 sceptre.. wt. m. 3. 1 240 Unite. m.. . x j rev. m. type 3. 3). an unpublished variety of m. '. m.. . mag. (Bud. {see Num. carolvs D G MAG FLORENT. wearing ruff.. type 3. g. . pi. mantle and collar of the Garter . . m. an unpublished legend 1 242 Unite. plain triangle on same type and legends as lot 238. m. ..m. same 134 grs. obv. both very fine cvltores svi devs protegit. ! ! . rev. m. hi rex.. and reading obv. but reading . m. '. usual type. fine 1 the Nash collection. 247 Half Unite. \. m.. 140 grs. : type 1. m. m. wt. . m.m. svi. 1 40 grs. '. 245 Unite. ! 143 grs. wt.. 35£ and rare No. hair brushed and armour different. Crown. 139 grs. '. but mark of value v behind head of king. crowned . wt. (Bud. type 3. same type. m. pi. CONCORDIA. br. carolvs d g mag bri fr et : : : : : crowned. et. lace legends as the last coin. for florent. same type and legends as the preceding coin. MAG wt. forward. same type.m. and type as the Half Unite. 71 grs. m. I.. type. carolvs D G mag brit fran preceding et hib rex. xiii. 139 grs.. wt . m. m. but florrent..31 238 Unite. sun. type 3. but ' '. m. triangle in circle. wt. eye. behind. fine and an unpublished reading 1 type ' lot. Square garnished shield. same type and legends as the preceding coin. protegit. FLORENT. but rev. devs. fine. Chron. Bust of King to hi. triangle over anchor on obv. well preserved but slightly 1 an unpublished variety type 3. XIII. carolvs.. fine 1 243 Unite. (p).. BRI ! FRA ET HIB REX. m. cvltores. a little double-struck 1 244 Unite. same type and reverse legend as in the ' but reading on obv. rev. 2 from the Bergne and Brice collections. same m. REGN. lis j obv. usual type. wt. . rev. well preserved but with bust varied. d g'. BRI 141 ! type 3. 33). ! star. bust of king and legends as lot 244. carolvs. reading MA BR fr et *** From ! . m. ! '. on bent. reading obv. 137 grs. &c. obv. 2 248 Half Unite. m. .. lis. horizontal anchor on obv. '. slightly double-struck. p. a rare 1 m. very well preserved. d.. . 39 grs. wt. and 1 246 Unite. rev. tun. 1 and a very rare m. left. two inner circles on both sides. CONCORDIA. hib rex. peculiarities of bust of king as on the preceding coin. 68 grs. rev. m. m. one plain. but no stops after words on four pellets after m. 241 Unite. usual type. and regna. type 1. fr. in fair condition. 239 Unite. ! . m. fine legends type 3. collar smaller. upright anchor on rev. same type and legends as the last coin. wt. '. grs.. ! wt. fine. REGNA.. grs. type 3.. FRA ET HIB REX. rex.. vol. wt. m.

Crown. 34 grs.. same type as the preceding on obv. m. : : : : : : : : :. carolvs. type la.. m.. a little chipped . type la. carolvs D G mag br fr et HI REX. Crown. Square garnished shield. 35 grs. cross on steps obv. CVLTORES. m. m. and prote. cross on steps. ' but no inner ! circle CAROLVS. reading obv. x rev. wt. m.. rev. SVI..m. only. crowned. 120). &C. and rev. and plain inner circle on beaded on rev. and plain on rev. castle. cvltores svi. but mark of value v. m. and the latter MA. both fine but . same m. 2 wt. an unpublished m. type and legends.. beaded inner circle on both sides on each. 252 1 from the Brice collection. single stop after each word on obv. m.. crowned. with beaded inner circle on obv. ! BR ! FR ! ET. . wt. . CVLTORES. . Half Unite and Crown. type la. for protegit.. type la. negro's head. . J m. MAG m. obv. lot 253. : m. the second well preserved 2 253 Half Unita.... HI REX rev. m. inner circle on only and words on obv. : : : :. well preserved. m. two stops after each word on obv. m. 34 grs. but with plain inner circle on rev.32 249 Crown. . reading obv. same rev. type la. and none on rev. 1 from the Marsham collection. &c. same type and legends as in the preceding lot. carolvs d g mag br FR ethi:REX. negro's head. type and legends. (Ken. PROTEGIT. but with beaded single dots after 69 grs. DEVS. and rev. obv. reading SVI. the first well preserved. and plain one on rev. m..m. Crown. carolvs d g mag BR FR ET HI REX Bust of King to left. D G wt. wt. and type. : : : : : denomination and probably unique 1 250 Half Unite. same type and reverse legend as but reading on obv. 2 %* 251 No. Crown. cvltores svi devs protegit. only . same : : : : : . HI ! REX. and reading bri fra for br fr wt. wt 34 grs. type and legends. 69 grs. same m. m. for MAG. same types as the preceding lot and same legends. but plain inner circle on rev.. m. wt. both fine 2 254 Half Unite and Crown. but circle : with beaded inner on both sides . wt. the first fine.. armour and mantle tied on shoulder behind. wearing ruff. upright anchor. 68 grs.. 70 grs. usual type. .. m. wt... coin. d g : : MA BR FR ET : : : . m. rev. castle. 68 and 34 grs. but the former reads hib! for hi!. in lot 247. m. and on the Crown. 70 and 34 grs. the second fine . Half Unite. same type and legends as but pellet after each word on rev. of this type 1. both well preserved 2 255 Half Unite. 35 grs. . both fine 2 No.. . type la. wt.

extremely fine and a rare type la. svi. same m. '. pi.. wt. 35 grs. 34 grs. (Bud. cvltores..m. m. crowned. heart. same '. m. rose ... but the bust is variety [PI. Crown. hib rex.. 2 from the Hugh Howard and I) Brice collections. and from the Hugh Howard and Brice collections. heart. x . ! ! very fine 2 262 Half Unite. PROTEGIT. crown. ! type 2. both fine. tun. 35 grs. !. Oval garnished shield. wt. type and ! ! rev. type 3.. cvltores. wearing ruff. 36 grs. . m. legend but reading obv.. type 2. between c and R crowned.33 256 Half Unite. with beaded inner circle on each side . 70 grs. m. xiii. legend as the Half Unite. wt. crowned. same type and rev. hi rex. ! ! ! '. No. *** No. X. 70 grs. 35 grs. rev. same type and legends. IV] 1 258 Half Unite. m. . but reading wt. m. both * * No. m. three pellets on obv. wt. 69 grs. same type and legends as lot 256. but reading ma for mag '. as lot 260. 1 from the Martin. but reading obv.. m. 1 from the Yorke-Moore and Brice collections. wt. ! legends. '. m. ' HalfUn ite. m. harp on rev. (Bud. type 3.. behind. type la. both very fine 2 %* No. pi. devs. Hastings and Brice collections. the second fine %* 260 and an unpublished m. wt. xiii. . Bust of King to obv. Crown. Crown. same type and legends as in the prelarger. type la. Crown. the second very rare 2 261 same type and legends but stop after each word on rev.. 7). armour and mantle . shield. m. same m. type crowned. . m. I ! . m. obv. reading obv. and dividing the inner circle ceding lot. 2 from the Addington 259 H alf U n ite. . as in preceding lot Crown. rev. '. but on rev. CVLTORES SVI DEVS PROTEGIT. type and ! '. ! d g mag br fr Half Unite. wt. Bust of King to left. both well . . m.. 7). carolvs d g mag br fr et ! ! ! ! . wearing mantle with lace rev. harp hib !rcx. m. crowned. svi. but no stops . on rev. 70 grs. . 70 .. wt. carolvs d g mag bri fr et . ! '. MA br fr et hi and pellet after each word on rev. collections. behind. m. Oval garnished collar. and obv. type and legends grs. m. I '. 1 from the Bergne and Brice 3. m. m. m.. m. . . carolvs d G ma br fr et hi rex. ! m. the first very fine. . Oval garnished shield. pi.m. between c R. 6) . type and legends. plume. 35 grs. xiii. wt. . preserved. extends to the edge of the coin. Crown. (Bud. 257 Half Unite. m. wt. portcullis over harp.. the second unpublished 2 collection. usual type. between c R. same left. crowned.. wt. 2 *** No. CAROLVS ! ! et. wt. same type and legends ! '. 76 grs. both very fine 2 no. # . portcullis. h bex. &c.. 69 grs. and no stops 2 after words on rev. .. carolvs D G ma br fr et.

reading obv. ! ! ! '. . type 3. star over triangle. type and devs protegit. type 3. : : type 3. : 2 . . very fine.. Half Unite. DEVS.. Half Unite. to. clipped. the first well Hi . Crown. wt. m. carolvs rex one pellet after each word on rev. an un1 published variety %* 268 From the Marsham collection (lot 512). the second rare 2 *#* No. 70 grs. type bust of King on both reading sides. but reading mag!br!fra! et. 68 grs. Webb collection. upright anchor. rev. 70 grs. wt. to. type 3. '. to. Crown. to. lot. to. same types and 2 as lot 264. usual type. . m. rev. rev. to. devs. 68 grs. . m. both fine same type and rev. PROTEGIT. 68 grs. 3. svi. type 3. . rev. wt. sun. ! ! ! ! ! . protegit. wt... . extremely fine [PL IV] rex. another. ! ! ! . preserved. to.. .. to. triangle in circle on obv. reading fine but slightly 1 as last coin but bri! for br!. to. and Crown. wt. to. 35 2 and unpublished to. but CAROLVS D G MAG BN (sic) FRA ET HIB REX. 1 *+* From the 269 Webb collection. extremely a rare variety and an unpublished mint mark collections. wt. to. sun. ! horizontal on ! ! .. both fine. SVI.. anchor upright on . legend as the Half Unite. same type. Half Unite. Crown. cvltores. : 267 Half Unite.. both well preserved and unpublished mint marks . the first unpublished. but reading obv. wt... to. as in last lot. with m. to. wt.. usual type and same legends as on ! the previous coin. reading obv. . wt. but hib for hi and one pellet only after each word on rev. 36 grs. 2 264 Half Unite. !. obv. legend. CVLTORES SVI CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HI REX same to. usual type. &c. same type and rev. the second rare grs. : : : : .. obv. sun over eye grs. but reading obv. reading 35 grs. : D G MA B FR ET HI REX.. to. the first an unpublished to. the second fine. : to. a rare m. wt. same type and legends : smaller. but CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET HIB REX. m. d g ma br fr et rev. usual type but with large bust. legend. triangle. . "%* From the Shepherd and Bieber 270 Crown. P in circle. 70 and 35 served.. circle type 3. to. hi ' rex.34 263 Half Unite. sceptre. and triangle in same type and legends as in the preceding . J : : . both well pre- 266 Half Unite. 34 grs. hib 70 grs. to. CVLTORES. wt. to. carolvs d g ma br fr et hi rex. usual type. carolvs D G MAG bri FRA over star on ! rev. CAROLVS. ! ! ! ! ! ET . ! . to.. : : : . 265 1 from the type 3. : : : : : obv.. wts. '. to. reading obv. to. 35 grs. but legends as in the preceding lot.. triangle in circle on both sides.

and stop same type as the after each word for 1 on rev. and no stops after words on rev. same type and legends as the preceding but three pellets after regis on rev. fra !. rev. Angel. D G MAG BR FR ET. 8). . m. AMOR POPVLI PRjESIDIVM REGIS. carolvs. CAROLVS. mag. ' ! ! I ! . same type and rev. g. m. very well preserved and an unpublished obv. rn. Three-masted ship to left. usual type. fra. but reading bri (Bud. xiii. m. m. cross on steps. 1 * * From the Marsham collection # (lot 513).. m. Bud. '. same type as lot 276. wt. m. extremely rare on prow and on pennon (comp. HI REX. 64 rn. m. coin. pi..35 271 Angel. and rare in this state 1 : "%* From the Hall 276 collection. both m. rn. m. Wt.. pierced.. m. castle. 64 grs.. '. m. well preserved. . and condition [PI. Michael.. St. but mark of field on right and one pellet only after each word on rev. et. m. extremely rare. of which Kenyon Angel. 119). Ken. 65 grs. HIB rex. fine. but reading obv. Angel. with large sail decorated with royal arms . neither of these 1 m. ! Michael piercing the dragon. 64 grs. bell over portcullis on ! rev. on obv. being published bell 277 Angel.. et hi rex. legend as the preceding coin. an unpublished m. preceding. pi. rex. ! lion at stern. A.D. wt. m. : rex. but with mark of value x on left of St. d. "%* From 278 Angel.. obv. fine.. and unpublished first issue. m. 65 grs. fine and very rare 273 1 Angel. carolvs d g mag . 8). IV] the Bieber collection. rev. castle on rev. wt. value x in m. pierced. 272 1625. rev. lis .. xiii. an arched crown. HiB. 1 ! ! ! D 2 . very fine. m. m.. castle and helmet (?) on obv. coin. and stop after each word on rev. amor popvli pr^esidivm regis :. (comp. an unpublished m. extremely rare. 64 grs. heart over anchor on both sides. rose on rev. grs. same type and legend as lot 273 : : : : but reading obv.. carolvs d G MAG BR FR . m. but 1 * * This angel belongs to the # gives no example. bri.. m. harp on obv.. reading obv.. fine and rare the 1 *** From 274 Wigan and Brice collections. wt. 119). . m. very fine. : 275 Angel. (Ken. but reading rri fra ET. same type and legends as lot 271. wt. : : : bri fr et hi : : .

hib ! harp . 1 and very rare 282 Crown. same type and legends as lot 279. christo. m. m. c R (Hks. m. obv. and very rare 1 in this condition [PL IV] *** From 280 the Thomas. cedes the legend. same type and legends rev. m. regno. after words on rev. m. extremely fine shield on cross fleury (Bud. on horseback. both smaller . fine type la. m. fine and scarce * * # 281 From the Bergne and Brice collections. type la. Crown. £12. wearing ruff. m. very fine and unpublished 1 283 Crown. 472). as on the preceding 1 coin. lis. Silver. Bergne and Brice collections. %* From the Tyssen. coin. . m. fine type lb. 1). obv. AVSPICE. sword in right hand . King holds sword over right shoulder . three regno. none after other words the m. very *** From 284 the Bergne and Brice collections. m. xviii. Shepherd (lot 323. King on horseback to left. CHARLES lot 279 I — continued. but reading fr ! for fra and no stops same type and legends as lot 279. d ! g mag ! brit fra et. the type 1&. ! . christo avspice regno (four pellets after each word). carolvs d! g'. Crown. rev. rev. cross !. horse with plume on head and crupper. on the as the preceding precedes the legend instead of at 1 end. pre- is a . Square garnished pi.36 THIRD DAY'S SALE. Crown. m. lis.. on rev. same type and legends rev. 474). Durrant. carolvs. rev. but on plume over the shield and no cross fleury . there pellets after lis. but the m. m. horse with plume on head.) and Brice collections. (Hks. on steps. ! ! Crown. and housings ornamented with broad cross . m. type la. mag! bri! fra! et hib! rex. but one pellet after each word of legend (Hks. he wears scarf and rex.. m. m. extremely fine fleury type 2a. housings ornamented with floral pattern. castle. Oval garnished shield on cross 1 above. 473).

fine. ! same type as to. and carolvs. type 3a. on both 1 *** From 291 the Webb collection (lot 388).£14 15s.. but four on 1 292 Crown. horizontal anchor. and variety of type . on lot 288. one pellet on either side of and a rare to.. ! rare variety as " it varies in the obv. obv. 1 after m. type 2b. to. to.. m. type 3a var. legend reading pellets before ! ! ! or after to. pi. fine same type and legends as on but four pellets before and after to. same type. similar type to lot 288. and seven pellets after other words on rev. to. rev. to. avspice. to. (var. five pellets before to. vol. to. . and varieties as on the preceding coin . to.. triangle in circle. type 2b. to. hib one pellet before and ceding coin. to. King on horseback to left. plume..) and collections but seven pellets Brice 287 Crown. Bud. 1 288 Crown. on rev. xvm. m.. S. on obv. before and after to. on obv. hi! rex. to. no 293 Crown. reading one pellet on either side of m. regno. on each side. D G MAG brit fr et. ceding coin. N. d I g mag brit fran et. type 3a. same type and legends as on the prebut on the rev. 144). . an unpublished 1 m. but ' on obv. very fine and rare * * From the Murchison. crown. type 3a. to. m.. to. to.. Crown. . fine. same type and rev. and a '. Chron. p. sword held upright . same type and legends as on the prebut reading br fr et. and after words of pellet rev. 1 Crown. four on rev. d '. christo. harp. and a rare type 2b. star. 5). legend from any described by Hks. g mag bri '. carolvs. obv. . but varying in having ground under horse.. Shepherd (lot 326. legend {Num. the preceding coin sides. triangle over anchor. obv. floral orna- ment 289 before and after legend. and rare 286 Crown. ! ! fra ! et.37 285 Crown. to. very fine and rare '. to. to. ! . '. to. on obv. bell . carolvs. to. four on rev. hib rex ! ! '. to." 1 * The finest specimen known with this —H. horse without plumes or trappings . 1 legends. pi. to. wearing scarf and falling lace collar . type 3a. hib rex. to. xvm. . on obv.M. to. to. and 1 before christo. reading br fr very fine. on obv. m. rev. m.. 2). well preserved.. 290 Crown. m. very fine and rare type 3a. before to. extremely fine to.. xvi. legend as lot 288. '. ! '. rose over plume on both sides. same type and legends as lot 285. to. to. (Bud. m. Oval garnished shield .. and rev. plume over shield and no cross fleury . but one before and after to.

. very fine 1 %* 296 From the Walpole. on obv. same type. type 4. line under horse rev. et hi. same type and legends as lot 294. xvm. on obv. one pellet on either side of m. christo. sword in right hand .. is large.. %* From the Dymock. regno. four on rev. m.. ! '. Wigan and Brice # 295 collections. et. but the head erect and not fore-shortened . 476). type la. type 4. obv.38 294 Crown. IV] collections. same type and legends as lot 297. four 1 on rev. 1 Crown. 476). one pellet on right very fine of m. 475). From the Durrant. 1 xix. portcullis. carolvs. but on the there is same type and legends as lot 288. m. 1 extremely fine and rare in *** From 301 the Chetwynd and Brice collections. 297 Crown. christo. type 3b. (Hks. very fine. '.. m. 477). fine. Rud. . King on horseback as type 3a. pi. legends and varieties as lot 297 1 xvm. m. same type. legends and varieties as 1 the preceding coin {Hks. but reading fr ! for same type and legends as the preceding fra four pellets after legend on obv. avspice. sun.. but horse foreshortened and with long mane. fine. d '. garnished shield on cross fleury {comp. %* 298 From Hks. avspice. eye. extremely fine 1 and rare [PL IV] * *. lis. m. wearing ruff. Wigan and Brice . m. well preserved and scarce type 3b. m. m. one pellet on either side of m. 4). crown.White collection. and a rare m. Square pi.. horse type 5. Oval garnished shield . and an extra rare m. m. m. {Rud. '. m. 300 Crown. King on horseback to left. type 3b. R in circle. a plume above the shield . 1 and an exceedingly rare *** From 302 the Neville-Eolfe collection. bri. 1). one pellet on either side of m. m. . rex. four on either side on variety rev. mag. 3). on obv.. tall. %* 299 Crown. d. rev. Crown. m. Crown. pi. horse with plume on head and crupper and housings decorated with crowned rose . but reading br fr . m. Crown. bri fra ! '. rev. m. g mag'. m. obv. coin. fr. m. carolvs. m. sun. hib! rex. the Street and Marsham collections. type 4. type 4. legends and this state varieties as lot 297. and with very rare with the housings ornamented rose and ground under horse [PI. g. Half Crown. m. same type. m. fine and scarce From the Maynard collection. {Hks. (comp. m. tun. p in circle . m. m. m. regno. on both sides (Rud.

305 avspice. similar. 1 hib '. ! ! . rev. cross fleury on rev. same fran! 1 for 310 *** From the Neck and Webb collections. well preserved. HIB REX. '. but on rev. another. hib rex. and reading bri ! fr ! et. m. lot 304. type lb. 306 from the Webb collection. m. Half Crown. 1 exceedingly rare. rose. sword over right shoulder.. pi. 482) . m. both fine *** No. m. . as the preceding but no line under horse. pi. &c. same. regno reading (Hks. ! . * * No. type lb. m. m. type lb. castle. CHRISTO. D: G: MAG: BR: FR: ET: HI: REX. d g mag brit fran et. the preceding coin . harp. surmounted by plume. '. King on horseback to left. lis. with m. Garnished oval shield (comp. m. christo avspice regno (seven pellets after each word . D g! ! mag BR fr ! another. and probably the best known specimen of this coin * From ! the Webb collection (lot 398). the first rare and in fair 2 condition.. no cross Square garnished reading obv. type 2a. AVSPICE. heart. and floral ornament on housings. rose on plume on obv. well preserved aud very rare 1 307 Half Crown. 5). but with m. type lb. 2). # 1 from the Lawrence and no. [Bud. plume on horse's head only and housings ornamented with crowned rose j also same legends. above. . Oval garnished shield with C R at sides . m. legend.. very fine and rare in this state 309 *** From the Neck and Webb collections. unpublished. 2 from the Webb collection. m. another.. and 2 BR FR '. %. coin. but on rev. CAROLVS. m. m.. portcullis. but no cross at sides of shield on rev. m. same type. carolvs. obv. but no stops between words on rev. the obv. very well preserved. rev. before christo). CHRISTO. same type and legends as Half Crown. 308 Half Crown. shield. castle. m. very fine ! rev. negro's head.39 303 Half Crown. five type 2a. same type as lot 304. well preserved and extra rare 1 311 Half Crown. &c. similar type to lot 308. regno. var. but with rev. type 2b. m. no stops in rev. same type and legends as for Hi :. xix. 2 from the Webb collection. hib ! rex . ! plume . Half Crown. and reading obv. type la. CAROLVS. reading obv. cross on steps. ! '. m. both in fair condition and rare 2 *#* No. m. rose on type and legends as the preceding coin. c R divided by lis 1 xix. but reading fr and one pellet only after each word on rev. CAROLVS. ! ! . and perhaps unique 1 m. same type as the preceding lot. Bud. type 2c. m. similar. but on the king wears a scarf. same type and legends as the preceding coin. with short limbs . . cross on steps. the second fine ! ' et. m. rev. m.* From the Street and Marsham collections (lot 532). : but with hib m. D G MAG RRI FRA ET. Half Crown. plume above shield. plume on horse's head and housings marked with cross . 304 Half Crown. ! '. m..

m. upright anchor. same type. but %* 320 another. carolvs. m. Oval garnished shield (Bud. another. similar. type 3b. 313 Half Crown. pi. Half Crown. m. ' Half Crowns. ! collection. another. but with m. well preserved. type 3a. rrego for 1 regno. 6) . star. the first rare 2 317 Half Crown. same type and legends obv. another. in preceding lot well preserved m. '. m. '. triangle. XIX. fine *#. rev. but both unpub- 2 321 "%* No. same. and perhaps unique 1 *** From the 318 Webb collection (lot 414). obv. on rev. wearing falling lace collar and King sword upright. with m. rev.. CHRISTO. scarf. 1 from the Webb and no. plume over 3b. m. with m. m. with legends as in the previous lot.40 312 Half Crown. . . &c. as last lot. m. '. '. type 3a. rev. '. triangle. 319 Half Crown. same type and legends as second coin in the preceding lot. d g mag bri fra ET. carolvs. same type and legends as first coin another. similar. similar type to lot 313. and struck on large flan *#* From Lady Hood's collection. exceedingly rare. 2 from the Street and Marsham collections. d j on horseback to left. horizontal anchor.. with m. star . d G ! MAG ! brit ! fran ! et. type 2d. and reading mag bri FRA both '. type 3a. holding upright sword. and on a rev. m. type 3a.* From the Street and Marsham collections. collections. ! . m. type rev.. CHRISTO. m. regno. but struck on a diamond-shaped flan. same type and legends as lot 313 ... fine and 1 exceedingly rare [PI. well preserved.. tun. reading mag and with four 2 pellets each side of m. bell ! '. crown. King on horseback to left. Half Crown. both 2 315 Half Crown.. hi '. xix. m. reading obv. crown and reading MA BR FR 2 well preserved and very rare both reading mag 2 from the Street and Marsham No. m. carolvs. well preserved. 316 obv. usual type. well preserved same type as and lot 318. harp. both fine and scarce 2 . type 4. m. bell. '. g ma br fr et. m. m. fine. no plume or caparisons on horse. Oval garnished shield (Bud. hi ! rex. Half Crowns. type 3a. but reading rrex for rex.. hib rex. similar. avspice. m.m. m. m. rex. christo. m. 4) . regno. rev. m. IV] *** From the Webb m. same type as the preceding coin. portcullis. both fine for these coins 314 Half Crown. with m. obv. ! !. avspice. m. avspice. m. m. triangle in circle. ! ! ! '. but on ' shield . on rev. pi. m. horse foreshortened and with long mane in front. but with plume above shield and four 1 and very rare pellets on either side of m. regno. '. lished type 3b. crown and tun.

christo avspice regno. \ fra. m. m. type 5. m. hi another. m. same type rare m. VJ 1 330 Shilling.pl. and reading obv. pi. m. but the bust of the king is larger. same. no cross fieury. plume. the second piece a rare m. lis. Shilling. m. Square plain shield on cross fieury (Bud. rev.. the Cuff. but on rev. m. *** From the Brice 328 collection. same as the second coin in the preceding with plume above shield on rev. m. carolvs D G MAG bri ! ! '. m. and piercing the inner circle divides the legend (Hks. and reading fr et. 512). same m. Bust of King with ruff. rev. type lb. another. et hib. both fine plume above shield and no cross fieury (var. but no mane with m. Plain Shilling. castle. 8) . m. type la. 7). mantle and collar of Square plain shield on cross fieury (Bud. 2 from the Shilling. . extremely fine and plume over and rare 1 %* From the Rostron collection. 8). both well preserved. both well similar. the second and legends. a fine round coin 1 and a very rare m. rex • . same type as the preceding coin with shield. m. preserved and scarce 2 323 Half Crown. m. 329 Shilling. m. a very 2 325 Shilling. type la. rev. 512). type 5. 512). . Bergne and Brice collections. xix. 1. xix. type m.41 322 Half Crown. type the Garter very fine . m. armour and mantle tied on shoulder . all fine. another. m. type 5. heart. very rare in this state [PL V] 1 m. '. *** From 324 the Bergne (lot 673) and Brice collections. m. same type as last coin. rev. 3 327 same type as lot 325. lis. Half Crown. type 1. shield surmounted by plume. m. and * # * From lb. m. state 1. cross on steps. similar type to the preceding in front of horse. pi. type lot. R in circle. Hks. rn. cross on steps. Bergne and Brice collections. but on rev. and no cross fieury (Hks. sun. m. . but stop sceptre. 2 lb. armour and mantle tied on shoulder . I . no mane in front of horse. exceedingly fine square and a very well struck coin. Square shield on cross fieury (Rud. struck in a collar as if for a proof [PI. same type. 326 1 from the Webb Cuff. type large bust. m. negro's head. p in circle. Bust with ruff. m. exceedingly fine. m. but plume over shield on rev. another. eye and reading fra! et. lis. collection. m. rare in this 2 *#* No. m. and type. m. fine. and no. another. hib'. lot. same type and legends as the preafter each word on rev. m. type lb. ceding coin. . m. same type as in the preceding lot . m. another. xix. Bust of King with ruff. %* Both from the Webb collection.

Bust of . but with plume above shield on rev. fine. (type 2b). with oval garnished shield only on rev. bell (Rud. XII . . m. same as lot 331. .m. with m. another. with m. in ruff. C. m. Oval garnished shield between C R (Rud. type 2a. 513). upright anchor. type b.. m. (lot 681) and Brice 338 Shillings. 4 *** No. same type as in lot 334. type 2a. Bust of King to left. m. 332 crowned. xix. Oval garnished shield pellets on either side of m. xix. type 3a. similar. REGNO. m. another. star. crown . CHRISTO. type 4. xix. type 2b. *** From the Wakeford collection. . . the last rare 4 335 Shillings. (Hks. and no inner circle on either side. the third piece rare and 4 *#* No. with m. 1 extremely fine and rare in this state. similar. j armour and mantle rev. m. crowned. crown and tun. seven after words on rev.42 331 Shilling. as in last lot. King to left. m. Square plain on cross fleury . &c. on obv. type coins same type as the preceding lot. Square plain shield on cross fleury. same type. m. in lace collar and : : : : armour shield . (Rud. : fr : et. but plume above shield. pi. portcullis. HI REX m. 10). 516). m. type 4. m. obv. all well preserved 4 333 Shilling. and triangle in circle. four pellets on either side of m. behind. D G MA BR v Bust of King to left. seven very fine and scarce 1 Shillings. but on rev. bell and crown (Hks. as the preceding lot. 515). Bergne collections. rev. with square shield on cross fleury. a very round and well 1 struck coin. 12) others (2). m. plume. m. CAROLVS. m. 3). collection. crowned. pi. Durrant. m. 3 from the Neck and collection. m. but with plume over shield on rev . all fine. in armour and falling lace collar rev. inner circle on both sides (Rud. type 3a. pi. but no c R on rev. horizontal anchor. equal to a proof [PL V] *** From the Dimsdale.. same type as in last lot. tun (Hks. same type. triangle. on rev. m. type 3b. . Webb and no. 4 from the Marsham 336 Shilling. AVSPICE. all fine. above. 4 from the Marsham 337 Shilling. plume. inner circle on both sides. m. m. James. R. all very fine and desirable 4. similar. type 3a. . type the last rare 4. 11). horizontal anchor. m. plume and rose . horizontal anchor. triangle. others. m. probably the work of Briot 334 Shilling. type 3. another. pi. tun. others. m. similar bust. plume and rose. m. m. mostly fine. m.m. with plume above shield. xix.

and reading obv. type 1. m. No. type circle. Bust of rev. lis (1625). collar and robe of the m.. in. Sixpence. tun. rose. but well preserved with m. m. very well preserved Shilling. one or two pellets. another. type 3a. all very 4 well preserved %* 342 Shilling. pi. m. xx. R above . m. Half Groat and Penny 344 of same type . also Shilling. (Rud. P in circle. type 5. ! *** From 340 1 [PI. and Sixpence. lis. m. Sixpence the last a rare and Half Groat. D G fra et.. (1626). plume over shield. Cuff. Bust of King in ruff. similar.43 339 Shilling. 348 Sixpences Garter. same type and varieties as the preceding 1 coin. Durrant. lis. anchor . m. 4 plume. 4 from the of Webb collection. type rev. all with m. m. &c. the last two without c. m. all well preserved. and Rose Half and Halfpenny. m. obv.m. &c. Bergne (lot 683) and Brice collections. armour and mantle . all with m. a perfectly round ! '. m. Groat. all 6 . R. as lot 337. same type. type 4. very well preserved 4 345 Shilling. same type. m. crown . and Sixpence and Half Groat with same in. hib rex. eye. in. &c. 12). m. and full. Penny Sixpence. m. and in " " unique preservation Shilling. type 4. m. (2). type la. but with larger and broader. and Sixpence and Half Groat. m. Oval garnished shield with c. R in and sceptre.m. except the last 5 piece. in ruff. type 2a. sceptre and Sixpence and Half Groat with same m. m. Half Groat and Penny. and castle . same type. rev. some fine 9 ." very rare in this state \* 341 From the Shepherd and 4. Bust King . Dimsdale. Bust of King as in last lot. as lot 337. same type. Sixpence and Half Groat.. m. 1625. all with " coarse " bust of king.spread specimen. but with bust of king in ruff. King in armour and falling lace collar. very well preserved 343 Shilling. &c. rev. Oval garnished shield . sun. sun. with m. but with m.. negro's head cross Pennies (3). m. Square shield. castle (1627) . V] the Henderson. CAROLVS. . 1. m. same type as the last lot. armour. but on the Sixpence. Bust Square on steps rev. 346 viell preserved 6 Shilling. Shillings. 347 Shilling. the last with " coarse" features. '. type 5. negro's head. . m. same types as the preceding lot. collar and mantle of the Garter . all with m. and m. of King in ruff. Square plain shield on cross fleury. all with m. Rose shield. Webb (lot 429) collections. rare m. m. m. rev. with m. Rose Half Groats (3). same type. fine and very rare 3 *** All from the Marsham collection. "probably the finest specimen known. Head much mag ! bri ! m. also Shilling. same types. triangle.

it is generally known * The admiration of Charles I for such works of art is well known. a very thick peice being prest. rev.. wt.. but var. type 4. P in to. Half Groats (4) with king's bust. to. plume. to. for in the : inventory of pictures and rarities belonging to him and deposited by his orders in " the newly-erected Cabinet in Whitehall. star. engrailed border on both sides . with tun. . nished shield. to. well preserved. Bust of King in lace collar. CAROLVS. and plume (1630). to. to. in falling lace collar. crowned . and eye . bareheaded." obv. 352 PATTERN FIVE-BROAD AS " et. to. p in circle. on account of its having been presented by King Charles I to Bishop Juxon on the scaffold just before his execution.44 349 Sixpences (3).). plume above without inner well preserved. florent. upright anchor. highly %* 1 unique [PI. two or three 351 pellets. it also possesses a history. rev. one with (4). harp. and triangle in circle. V] This splendid coin has a double interest attached to it. to. &c. rev. type 3a. . &c. type 2b. which is in itself unique. plume. to. rose . and triangle in circle Pennies (4). and as such a unique specimen of his skill. Half Groats (4). some fine 12 to. to. 4718/.* From this circumstance. portcullis. CONCORDIA. at the sides C R. Oval shield above. Sixpences bust. as in the preceding lot. much worn in his Majty's pocket (Harl. for. both crowned . . c . MS. though in fact a coin. port. same circle. Half Groats (4). rose (2. as in the preceding lot. done upon ye King's Coronation in Scotland being with a " Thistle tree & letters printed at ye edges. armour. with king's bust. to. to. Bust of King in ruff. star.. besides being one of the finest works of the engraver. ! ! ! hibernle rex. anchor (horizontal). circles. armour and scarf across the breast rev. . edge plain. shield). 732 preserved and to. to. bell. cullis. 12 350 Sixpence. type 4. and portcullis Pennies same. the following entry occurs Item. tun. to. cross . another. Gold. cross on steps (1626). The royal arms in high relief on an oval gar. type la. D G MAG BRIT FRAN ! '. Oval shield. ThomasRawlins.' PIECE. negro's head (1627). and triangle Pennies (4). triangle. 23). regna. grs. others (3). Bust with lace collar and armour . by Rawlins.). some very fine 12 PATTERNS AND PROOFS. with to. to. to. with king's . usually known THE JUXON MEDAL. and two pellets (2 some fine to. Bust of King to left. same type. with to. well preserved. to. to. to. R and plume . Square shield on cross fleury. harp. and two pellets (3 var. (4).

CONCORDIA. but reading on obv.-Col. by and legends is crowned and he wears falling collar. m. and had married her grandThe late Lieut. it passed in a direct line to his descendant Mrs. legend. as the preceding coin. of Mr. so that it may never be 353 Pattern Broad. d '. similar type to the preceding coin. Murchison (lot 338) and Addington collections." Its pedigree too is well authenticated. Cuff. head bare. exceedingly fine and very collar. regna. obv. by BRI fr et.. in lace behind. letters. for many years a partner in the firm of Messrs. Hyman Montagu. ' ! ! '. Royal arms on oval garnished shield in high relief above. vi. Till.. 1 VI." who was a Fellow of St. Samuel Addington. the other beaded. . Cambridge. and Of all the relics of the lastly into that of Mr. From the faithful Prelate. purchased the coin of a grandson of the Eev. and he in turn disposed of it to Mr.. Mary Gythens. armour and scarf across the breast florent. Edward Wigan. m. From the Cuff collection it has passed successively into the possession of Mr. %* From the Eussell. carolvs. it to all posterity. armour and mantle tied on shoulder two inner circles. m. 355 Pattern Broad. hi rex.) and Addington collections. rare [PL V] 1 * !* From tions. pi. who sold it soon afterwards to Mr. whilst complying with the terms of his Will in disposing of it with the rest of his collection. by ' '.. 141 grs. pi. *** From the Marshall. John's College. very fine and believed to be unique [PL V] Rawlins. and the executors of the late Mr. not laced. Brown.45 Lot 352 as — continued. Stuart Family there are none of higher interest than this one . plume. Bust of King to left. wt. James Commeline. . 4). of Mr. crown at sides c R. is precisely the same as that of the ing brit for BRi preceding coin. same type and rev. m. the Trattle. the dealer. m. . . 178 grs. Cuff. (var. and readthe rev. Longman & Co. Bergne (lot 856. but not from the same die. Thomas Brown. 152| grs. Bergne (lot 854) and Brice collecThis is a variety of the preceding piece.. CAROLVS. lis. Montagu. (Snelling. 5). 354 Pattern Broad. one plain. m. the bust of the king . not crowned and small wt. plume . hib ! ! Rawlins. the publishers. £30. . g ! mag ! ! rex. "The Juxon Medal. xx. very fine and extremely rare Rawlins. but on the obv. wt. rev. John Drummond daughter. D G MAG brit 1 fra et. who amongst other bequests mentions "her Gold Medal of King Charles the first to James Commeline. cannot but express a hope that it will find its way into such safe- keeping as will preserve mislaid or lost sight of. ' ! . Miss Gythens. Snelling.

.pl.. m. behind.. . 361 Pattern Broad. m. D G MAG BRIT FR ET. xm.. ornament of five pellets at each side of m. upright on rev. it is crowned. m. plain and beaded inner circles on both sides. R. behind. probably the first coin struck with the oval shield. at sides C R (small letters) . 2). shield. ! rex. concordia. : : :. rev. harp obv. M. ' ! 358 Proof U nite. m. but the m. carolvs. X. cvltores.. and extremely rare *** From the 140 grs. xx . as also the crown. one pellet on each side of m. (Bud. are larger. armour and scarf behind. in ruff. Pattern Half U nite. Bust of King to . crowned. on the rev. very fine and very rare .46 356 Proof Unite. HIB REX. Silver. collections. 140 grs.. same type and legends as the preceding letters c. very fine and very rare. m. between c R. m. pi.. devs. Bud. brilliant and the shield is differently garnished. an unpublished ruff. Bust of King to left. Bust of King '. m. m." E. V. left. beaded inner circle only on both sides. 1 *#* From the Martin. " Clearly a 360 Pattern Crown. CVLTORES Square garnished shield.. REGNA. 102 grs. wt. 4). 34 grs. may have been 1 357 Proof Unite. wt. hib ! '. ! I ! obv. plume. type la.. rev. collar and mantle of the Garter. coin. wt.. Square garnished shield. : of to left. m. heart sideways on obv. d g mag ! bri fr et. Oval garnished shield. XX. hib rex.. wt. XIII. Brice collections. m. Oval garnished . by Bawlins. . inner circle on both sides. extremely fine and in this state extremely rare 1 "%* From 359 the Hugh Howard and ! '. . plain 1 and UNIQUE crowned. crowned . crowned. '. m. m. (Rud. . trefoil slipped MAG BRIT FRAN ET. in ruff. lis. m. it intended as a pattern *** From the Shepherd and Webb collections. and rare 1 . crowned. CONCORDIA. Bust : : : : : : : : obv. pi. cross on steps on CAROLVS D G MAG BRI FRA ET Hi REX. carolvs. rev. ! ! ! armour and mantle tied on shoulder . 70 grs. protegit. only . regna. m. 1 Wigan and Brice . m. obv. FLORENT. . florent. crowned. — collections. (comp. CAROLVS. SVI DEVS PROTEG rev. in lace collar. obv. wt. both crowned . m. King armour and mantle tied on shoulder behind. wt. well preserved crowned. precisely the same &c. 140 grs. 5). . very fine type. in svi. type I. xm. and from the same dies as lot 353. d g \ \ to left. Bergne and Addington pattern owing to the m.

carolvs. ! g . Oval garnished shield side of to. and words separated no plume or housings on horse . only one other known. d g mag bri fra et. specimen of large size. crowned.. collections. 99 grs.) and Addington Proof FR ! Shilling.. m. regno. to. to. wt. struck in a collar. d ruff. R . V] Bartlett. which was sold among Mr. xix. 7). xii . 482). £45. to. m. a very large spread coin. hi ! '. a beautiful wt. 238| grs. . type mag brit fran et. to. avspice. Murchison. m. REGNO. to. 3 obv. four pellets on either side of to. harp obv. Pattern Half Crown. to. hib rex. et. in lace collar. XII rev. rev. '. type et. regno. extremely fine. similar type and legends the last coin. obv. m. wt.. sword over . to. to. nished shield between c of five pellets before wt. CHRISTO. carolvs. v\ g!mag !brit!fra! armour hib ! rex. ! ! '. Oval garnished shield . to. type 3. and very rare in this condition 1 "%* From the Brice 363 collection. plume between c R. m. above. 93 grs. (Rud. portcullis ! obv. struck in a collar. ! shoulder cross . .. Bust of King . and before and after rev." struck in a collar and very rare [PI.. Oval garnished shield between 233 grs. to.47 362 Proof Half Crown. Bergne (lot 678) and Brice collections. but beaded inner circle on both sides. 2b. to. REGNO. pi. (comp. ! plume . pi. (Hks. sword held upright . F. Bergne (lot 847) and Addington 366 Proof Shilling. carolvs. rev.. but without c to R at sides of shield.. crowned. CHRISTO. Bud. rev. 1 *** From the collections.' ! rex. Dymock. obv. to left. behind. '. same type and legends as the preceding coin. " a 514). rose. hib rex. V] 1 367 *** From the Durrant. splendid specimen. Proof Shilling. avspice. Bust of King. King on horseback . extremely fine and rare %* From the Tyssen. 1 *** From 364 10s. AVSornamental scroll on either by small roses. Montagu's duplicates « [PI. m. extremely fine.. Durrant. AVSPICE. 91 grs. carolvs. plume on horse's head . and probably unique pattern [PL V] the Durrant. and scarf. Durrant. type 3a. xix. 4 rev. type 2c.. 11). in . portcullis. 365 Pattern Shilling. Oval garno inner circle on either side . Dimsdale. King on horseback to left. Hks. Bergne and Brice collections. christo. . PICE. Bergne . ornament obv. Bergne (lot 846. (comp. to. (lot 679) and Brice collections. tied on shoulder and in the finest state of preservation 1 * * * From the Durrant. housings marked with large christo. pi. Edmonds. wt. d to left. and no inner circle 1 on either side ( Rud.). g mag brit armour and mantle ! ! ! ' behind. 3a... harp.. C R.

salvs. HI rex. c R at sides of shield. '.. plume ET. rev. bell obv. armour. rose . rev. m. (Snelling. is piece. V. armour and mantle . similar type and legends to the preceding coin . above. V. carolvs. (Snel- and extremely rare the Brice collection. struck in a collar. AVSPICE. ! '. carolvs. pi. *** From 369 the Pembroke. regno. d g ' : ma b f ! '. V] 1 the Greaves. Pattern Sixpence. wt. rose. 1634. 13). Murchison (£22. fine no inner circle on either side. V] ] *** From the Brice 371 collection. '. '. m. wt. obv. '. very fine and very rare (lot 680) and Brice collections. &c. H rex. tun. . 53 grs.. Pattern G roa. ! '. portcullis obv. . Pattern Sixpence.m. bell. in armour and scarf . and plume over shield (Bud. obv. VI . reipublioe.. avspice.48 368 Proof Shilling. d g mag brit FR ET. 21 grs. *** From the Marshall 370 collection. 1 Proof Shilling. regno. ling. XII . behind. cristo (sic. ! '. 43 grs. neat 1 and sharp work.. Bust of King. m. wt.. carolvs. Oval garnished shield . ! obv. Small bust of King. m. h ! rex. brilliant . similar Pattern Sixpence. et. wt. Oval garnished 1 shield. crowned. unpublished 1 and perhaps unique %* 373 From . the Brice collection. rev. side. pi. and probably unique. fine and extremely rare 374 Pattern Threepence. wt. m. m. ! '.. 51 grs. '. and very rare lace collar. extremely rare and in the highest state of preservation [PI.m. type 3b. carolvs. Bergne xix. rev. Bust of King as on the preceding coin . ! '. an extremely fine and round coin.. rev. '. Oval garnished shield surmounted by large plume and c R at sides. crowned. on cross fleury . in lace collar. but bust of king and shield smaller. wt. svprema.t. '. m. '. 30).. but bust of king small.) and Addington collections. 1634. Bust of King. Plain square shield. christo. VI .m. in lace collar. 33). 93 grs. type and legends as the last and on rev. behind. behind. "%* From . Oval garnished shield . m. d g ma br FR ET.. m. 28 grs. m. pi. armour. crowned. brilliant. d g mag bri fr hib rex. usual legends.. with ruff. behind. which differently garnished and larger. Bust of King. bell. type 4. m. . crowned. lex. beaded inner circle on both sides . no inner *** From 372 circle on either christo. no inner circle on either 1 side. unpublished [PI.) avspice regno. &c.

. armour and mantle .B. Bust of King crowned to left. m. m. between C R King. Duncombe and Addington 379 Half Unite. ET. with ruff.. Murchison and Brice collections. brilliant. VI] *** From the Tyssen. obv. 35 grs. B under lozenge on obv. only obv. wt. crowned. same type as 377. before legend on rev. between c R both crowned : : and lozenge under each.B. m. d MAG. DEVS. unpublished and extremely fine 1 * k * From the Bergne (lot 831) and Addington collections. rex.m. fr. . 1). only one other 1 specimen known.V. 2). with lace collar. Dimsdale. Corke... m. 70 grs. hiber. £20. E . . but mark of value . : : Pattern Penny.) collections.. b and flower on obv. Bust of behind. and no lozenge under C and R on extremely fine 139 grs. b on rev. m. armour : : : : : and mantle tied on shoulder . the Bergne and Brice collections. but outer beaded border.. . Only one Museum. m.. same type and legends as lot 379. n . . caro d g ma er fr et. Square garnished shield. same rn. ivstitia.. rev. and reading obv. m. d g ! ! ma br ! ! f ! et. on obv. REX. pi. m. 70 grs. florent..49 375 Pattern Half G roat. rev. Oval garnished shield with c R at sides...). wt. h rex. same type and legends as the previous condition and very rare [PI. Dimsdale. Garnished oval shield no inner circle on either side. fran . and reading brit. but mark of value X on obv. wt. it extends nearly to the edge of the coin and divides the legend . b under lozenge on obv. no legend. for hib. et. m. wt. m.. . crowned. xiv. 10s.. d G magn. and 378 rare [PI. PRO1 tegit. no lozenges under c and R. 139^ grs. xx . armour. in beautiful 1 From the Shepherd collection (lot 371. Crown. Concordia. SVI.. BRITAN. three lis on obv. b and flower on obv. 1 unpublished and perhaps unique *** From 376 the Brice collection. (Bud. m. hib. . b on rev. rev. thronvm. extra fine 1 VI] "%* From Unite. 15 grs. rev. fran. xiv.. very fine and very rare before legend on *** From theTyssen. in lace collar. &c. rose . britann. Cuff and Shepherd (lot 372. 377 Unite. pi. "VI] * * # 381 coin. wt. h ' rex. HIB.. extremely fine and of the highest rarity. 7 grs.. carolvs. but reading rev. Durrant. £62.. wt. rev. type and legends as the preceding coin. FRAN. obv. lot : G.... other specimen of this coin is known . which is in the British Museum [PI. (Bud. 380 Half Unite. Gold. and on rev. Durrant.m. for britan. Bust of King to left. carolvs. wt. . crowned. it is in the British Briot's Coinage. REGNA. behind. CVLTORES. carolvs. 10s. 1 * * # From the Tyssen. firmat. and rare collections.

crowned. hib. Bust of King crowned. d: g.. Crown. 1 from the # Bergne and Brice. pi. for hiber. &c. VI. behind. . but mark of value and rare m. very fine and rare obv. and type. regno. lozenge under each letter (Bud. &c. . same m. m. rex. and reading fr. both very fine 387 Shilling. (Bud. rev. behind. m. same m. extremely fine m. Six- pence. and nos. 384 Half Crown. 1 and rare in this state [PI. between c R both crowned. for britann. and no. m.m. legend begins in third quarter of cross pi. Plain square shield on short cross fleury . pi. xn . : avspice. ground under horse. same type and legends as the Crown. same obv. fran. 2 from the Shepherd and Brice collections. firmat. I .. but from rev. m. et. Bud. hib. magn.. britann. 13). Square shield on long cross fleury . but no m. xxi.. crowned. pi. all very fine and scarce 3 %* All from the Brice collection. m. xxii. type and legends. Half Crown. on and 2 reading britan. very fine and rare 1 *** From the Wigan 383 collection. obv. Bust divides which commences below . carolvs. for christo. rev. below. rev. 13). mag. and type. for FRAN. m. 9). in lace collar. as in the previous different dies . mark of value. (comp. britann. m.. legends as the 11). rex. 12). britan. but on obv. xxii. both very fine 2 * * No. as in the preceding lot. lot 382.. rex. 1 0). pi. xxi. m. both 2 *** Both from the Shepherd and Brice 388 Sixpence.. but reading MAGN.... as last lot. christo. obv. VI] * From the Shepherd and Brice collections. 386 Shilling. hiber. (var. m. brit. fr. m. pi. &c. anchor and mullet pierced on obv.. Bud. b and flower on obv. b and flower on b on rev. m. extremely fine b. lot. hib. 12) . pi. 1 385 Shilling. the legend. Bust of King crowned. (var.50 Silver. et. xxn. same m. (ib. m. Half Groat. m. .. xxn. same type. 7). upright sword in right hand. anchor. m. but reading chisto. B rev. xxi. anchor and b on both sides. thronvm. similar type. II . fr. in lace collar and armour. d : g. &c. et.. Bust of King to left. obv. . anchor only on rev. m. et. armour and mantle tied on shoulder . ivstitia. 2 and 3 from the Bergne collection. xxi. collections.. carolvs. pi. carolvs d g. but reading hib. but mark of value vi. and flower on b on rev. 382 Crown. Oval garnished shield. Sixpence. and on rev. MAGN. behind. christo. carolvs. Penny. d: G. (Bud. fran. &c. christo. &c. Sixpence. b on rev. xn. obv. King on horseback to left. same type and Rud. Plain square shield on long cross fleury (Bud.

car. xxi. George and dragon on rev. is known but in bad condition. b. both crowned.m. Tyssen. {figured in Snelling. extremely rare and hib.. 1630. b and St. however. King to left. 3). fr. tvis. 1). hib. The above specimen is from the Brown. Bust of unpublished [PI. britan.m.Snelling. et. obv. carolvs. vi.. head bare. wt. on obv. George and dragon same type and legends as the preceding coin. 389 Pattern Broad. rev... MAGNE. dragon on rev.. b on obv. King to left dividing legend. Pattern Broad. 1630. in lace mantle tied on shoulder . of the king is crowned and he wears lace collar. m. in lace collar and armour . 153 grs. highly preserved and extremely rare [PI. wearing lace collar. pi.. flower on : obv. magn. m. George obv.. britann. : rex. 1 pi. and very rare legends. pi.. rex. * 1 %* 390 on Pattern Broad. 392 Bergne (lot 850) and Brice collections. in a beautiful state of preservation. vi. Pattern Broad. armour and mantle . lozenge under each j over crown of shield. very well 1 *** From the Addington collection. Gold. CAR. fr. wt. m. but the bust rev. 391 Pattern Broad. Bergne (lot 849. at sides c R. rev. obv. rev. Square garnished shield. 2 E . VI] Cuff. REX. b and St. franc. britan. legend reads hibe for hib. it was in the Bieber collection (see Sale Cat. b and St. m. George and dragon on rev. George and magn. very fine and extremely rare From the Bergne (lot 857) and Brice collections. same type and lot 389 (Rud. magn. wt. D G.. et. and the obv. 1630. m. b and St. d G... hair long. m. .. b after legend on obv. 10s. Large bust of the King reaching to the edge of the coin and dividing : the legend. AVSPicns. (comp. A second example. b before bust on obv. head bare. crowned.51 Patterns. wt. hib.) and the highest rarity Addington 393 collections. precisely the same type and legends as the preceding coin and struck from the same dies. m. d G. fine.. m. Large bust of armour and and from the same die as preserved. VI] From the Brice collection. 9). . et. *** : Silver. 210 grs. . 139| grs. rex. lot 193). VI] This coin was figured by Snelling and is described by him as unique. 1630. 1 *** From the Trattle. £40. b and St.. rev.. same type and legends and from the same dies as lot 389. 121 grs. and of %* 1 [PI. crowned . 1630. armour and mantle. and dragon on collar. 1630.

rev. each crowned. deor. 1628 (Bud. COEPTIS. comp. CVRSVM.. holding upright sword. armour and mantle . magn. armour . Pattern Shilling.. of the highest rarity 1 and unpublished *** The only other known specimens of this coin are at Munich and Vienna. : SOR. carolvs. briot. hib. rev. 1628. arranged cruciformly. franc. argents. Plain square shield . obv. pi. at sides. ! '. 1). very fine and of great rarity 1 "%* From the Thomas. m. d : g. m. ! '. XII. 94 grs. m. Bust of King to left. rev. 398 Pattern Shilling. in lace collar. rare wt. in lace collar. crowned . BRITANNIA. France and Ireland arranged in form of cross and united at their bases by chain.. and scarf. MAG. Oval five pellets after legend on . Scotland. regno. obv. 7). The above specimen is from the Addington 396 collection. 1635. rex. head bare. Wigan. hiber. 395 Pattern Crown. ground under horse {for rev. xxii.. et. mantle. Bust of King to left. in the exergue N. rex. no m. armour and all in beaded circle .* This splendid Pattern is by far the finest of the few specimens known and is the chef d'ceuvre of Briot. VLLI. It is from the Mead. rays . ground under horse. plume obv. REX. head bare. extremely fine and of the highest rarity [PL VI] 1 %. VETERVM. xxn. FACILEM. and below them B (Briot). flower on obv. 2). o rex. 96 grs. Sparkes and Brice collections. before legend on rev. obv.52 394 Pattern Crown. 6). pi. but in the exergue are a palm and a laurel-branch united. ET. angli^e. Bust of King to left. avspice.... b. each side. garnished shield above which (Bud. C. f. m. obv.m. the English shield is crowned . crowned.. britann. The four shields : g. m. well preserved. in centre. brit. monetae. Tyssen. Cuff. extremely fine and extremely 1 [PL VI] *** From the Brice collection.. R. m.. sword over shoulder. FIDEL DEFEN. Pattern Half Crown. pi. archetypvs. rev. CAROLVS D G. carolvs. This is the first English coin with the four shields on the rev. atqve. Snelling. rev. . (Bud. behind. Bergne (lot 848) and Brice collections. d g mag brit fra et. Hodson. christo. fran. very fine and very rare 1 [PL VI] "%* From 397 the Brice collection. Oblong garnished shield. at sides. crown dividing date. wt. hib rex. c R. pi. avdacibvs. HIB. d fidei. annve. VI. '. and lozenge beneath. et. . only. secvndvs. xxii. HAVD. FRAN. King on horseback to left. mag. 1635. Trattle.. in lace collar. above. of England. King on horseback to right. carolvs. VIRTVTE. flower on obv. . similar to the preceding coin. da. '.

as on the last coin 1 xxn. armour and behind. rarity grs. (Snelling. below B. christo. mag. : Pattern Three Halfpence. and reading rex for R. Square shield on long cross fleury . rev. no m. et. wt. 29 grs. car. dbv. [PL VII] *** From coin. H. avspice. very fine and of the highest 1 *** From the Cuff. wt. 32) extremely fine and rare [PL 1 VI] * * From the Cuff. (Snelling. brit. 141 grs. 23). no date. et. car. dividing legend. 11). Durrant. et. d g. and dividing legend . m. 24). hib. of the highest rarity. Bergne (lot 844) and Addington collections. pi. similar type to the Groat (lot 400). carolvs.. dbv. car. ET. (Snelling. . no m. but behind bust of King n with rose above and D below. h. R. d: g. d : g. same type and legend as the preceding *l\ coin.. f. Bergne (lot 845) and Addington collections. mag. V. wearing : rex. dbv. m. pi. dbv. pi. unpublished . above. 5). extremely fine. legend ivstitia.53 Pattern Shilling. but extending D below fleury. bust of King to right.. 1 *** From the Murchison and Addington collections. d g.. in lace collar. AVSPICE. Large plain collar. extremely fine and very rare [PL VI] ** From the Devonshire. r.m. &c. regn. brit. xxil... regno. 21 grs. * Pattern Threepence. thronvm. rev. lex. 14 grs. brit. extremely fine and rare [PL VII] *** From the Cuff. wt. r.. lot 401. dividing legend.. (Bud. pi. v. fr. pence. brit. armour and mantle.. svprema. 1 the Murchison and Addington collections. fidei. Bergne (lot 843) and Addington collections. wt. Pattern Penny. mag.. v. and behind head. as the preceding Pattern Five Farthings. A rose in exergue. Bust of King to left.. 9 grs. . Square shield on cross . I with rose above and D below .. Bergne (lot 851) and Brice collections.. 1634. same type and legends but in the exergue on the rev. Square shield crowned within the motto of the Garter. crowned.. firmat. Bust of to edge of coin King 1634. mag.. extremely fine and very rare • v • F • . . nil with rose above and D below . fr.. Pattern Groat. Bust of King to left. 1634. hib. date above. m. fr. Bergne (lot 842) and Brice collections. crowned. as on the preceding coin. extremely fine and unpublished 1 *** From the Cuff. rev. .. (Bud. dbv. reipvb. no m. behind. CHRIS. in with rose above and salvs. f wt. and on rev. same type and legends as the Threebut reading F. crowned and wearing lace collar - vi • and mantle . Pattern Half Groat. wt. rev. no m. mantle . wt. rev. defensor. for FR. 10^ grs. 1 pi.

in lace collar and armour . m. 15). fine and rare the Dimsdale. of the highest rarity. fine and very rare. m. unusually fine and rare in variety [PI. this state. *** From 408 usual legends (Rud. Street and %* 410 From Marsham (lot 595) collections. 1 Half Crown. usual legends. 407 Half Crown. long flowing mantle . and below. pi. m. rev. King on horseback to left. plume . m. before. very fine surmounted by a crown. different garniture to shield and the harp in the arms coin. only one other specimen known. 518). wt. Aberystwith Mint. &c. and also the Shilling in lot 415). variety as the last but on the obv. The reverse of this coin may have been *** imitated by a Shrewsbury moneyer from an Aberystwith type {see Hks. type and legend. 1642. obv.pl. usual obv. Oval garnished shield surmounted by plume . to lot 411 . (Snelling. similar type. but no inner circle on rev. exvrgat devs dissipentvr inimici: and "Declaration" across the field . 325. xx. obv. beaded inner circle . five pellets after type. ground under the horse . open book. XII . fine. open book. v. Silver. and a rare variety 1 Shilling. 18). m. crowned. behind. pi. open book. 1 unpublished From the Webb collection.m. plume . but not 1 . p. rev. but 1 not a round piece the Wigan. same type and coin . very fine. m. open book. 411 Shilling. open book. Bergne (lot 832) and Addington collections. rev. above which one plume without bands. m. m. open book . but beaded inner circle on both sides. and of extreme rarity A 1 *** From the Murchison. five pellets after REGNO . regno. Eud. Half Crown. fine plain inner circle . m. xx. behind. m. fine. but on rev. 1642. same but without the [PI. to the preceding coin. Durrant and Shepherd (lot 380) collections. open book. OR- 3| grs. m. (var. rose. very fine and very rare 1 VII] the Murchison and Shepherd (lot 381) collections. 412 Shilling. Bust of King. m. &c.54 406 Pattern Halfpenny. &c. *** From 409 Half Crown. and harp in arms differently shaped. as the preceding coin. similar type. scarce is 413 a round differently shaped (Hks. an unpublished 1 VII] *** From the Bergne and Brice collections. holding upright sword. m. I i). small plume over shield. Oval garnished shield surmounted by plume .

A plume (Hks. *** Nos. but with small bust of king and small oval shield . Groat and Threepence. Half Groat and Penny. Webb collection. 417 1 from the Gibbs collection is unpublished 5 the others from the Bergne and Brice collections. three plumes without bands . fine. four pellets on rev. mullet on rev. all fine except the last. &c. : : *** From the Brice 421 Penny. m. m. m. m. . open book on obv. of m. I . usual types. all very fine and desirable coins. DEVS. crown. and "perhaps unique 1 Shilling. only. II . beaded inner circle on both sides. all with m. all with m. Plume dividing date 16 46 pi. 1642 (Hks. 1642. 1 and exceedingly rare [PL VII] collection. very well preserved 3 *** No. Bust of King in armour and mantle . rev. thron. behind.. type. ivstitia. EXVRGAT. 554). the . Half G roat. King thronvm.55 414 Shilling. with inner circle on both sides. 648). rev. ." . open book . behind. m. usual types.) this coin to 416 Sixpence. penny *** No. xx.h: rex. firmat. m. Sixpence. all exceedingly rare. 1-3 from the Bergne and Brice 419 collections. obv. open book except the last piece. open book. 19. an unpub" lished m. a very fine set. 415 above.. In the former "a little gem. Suppl. Sixpence. below. Plume . 420 note. and Groat. the sixpence is unpublished 5 circles . 1 sale catalogue it is described as from the Murchison and Addington collections. m. Bud. all with m.m. rev. Rose . m. pellet obv. but on " Declaration " in three lines rev. without inner (small bust). and armour . firmat. V. Half Groat and Penny. usual types. and across the field . m. usual obv. usual types. and with inner circle on both sides (Bud. the sixpence being only known from Snelling's MS. 17. and Halfpenny. pi.. Threepence. which is pierced. 551). Groat and Threepence. 6). 1 from the .m. Montagu classed as a late issue of Aberystwith (see also lot 410 note. both exceedingly fine and very rare 2 : : : *** No. Groat. with m. ivstitia. but Mr. only. 5 418 Sixpence. which has m. with inner circle on both sides. 1 very well preserved and exceedingly rare *** Hawkins gives it Shrewsbury. . no legends (Hks. obv. with inner circle on rev. m. usual type. : lis on obv. 20). Half Groat and Penny. caro d g M b F et H rex. Threepence. with small shield surmounted by plume on rev. crown. (var.D:G:M:B:f:et. and inner circle on both sides. m. fine Bust in lace collar carolvs . 18.

exvrgat. 2). plume on as the preceding coin. 490 for obv. 1644. . PRO &c. plume on D G mag BR fr et hib rex.. three plumes above "Declaration" and below 1644 and monogram .m. fine *** From the Walpole-White 425 collection. large k plume behind King xxiv. (Bud. obv. King holds sword upright. above.) on obv. . CHARLES I. obv. small plume behind King on rev. below. to. From the Street and Marsham (lot 588) collections.. exvrgat. 485). Shepherd (lot 385.. same type holds his sword upright and and scarce 1 1644 (Hks. Half Crown. to. 164^. date on rev. . &c. the Nash collection. xx. Half Crown. no m. 1643 (Hks. 1643. rev. to. only : . in two lines across field . Half Crown. 1 three plumes. pear(?) between four pellets on obv. £36) and Brice collections. but m. usual type.. scroll. m. BR (mon. similar type to the last coin. : : : . of br. . : figure of the left. but the King br (mon. &c. 423 Half Crown. extra fine and rare 1 %* 426 obv. Gold. br (mon. Bristol Mint..). and " Declara" tion reading relig prot &c. King to behind. .56 FOURTH DAY'S SALE.. King on horseback holding sword directed forwards behind. holding sword and olive-branch. vl. rare 139 grs. very fine and a rare m. 1645. : : %* 424 From to. m. Half-length : . plume rev. 1644. three plumes above. devs.. Silver. m. extremely fine and extremely 1 *** From the Edmonds. rev. extremely fine and rare 1 *^ From the Addington collection. to. monogram of br under horse .) on rev. crowned. devs. carolvs . and "Declaration" on continuous wt. — continued. plume on " and " Declaration relig : . 1644.) on rev.5 below. lot 422 Unite.

. 1644. &c. above. but obv. rev. plume on obv. with same obv. type " and varieties as the preceding : " Declaration coin.) under "Declaration. 1643 (Snelling.57 427 Half Crown. xxiv. XII .) on rev. m. same m. small plumes above Declaration and small monogram under date another.. date 1645 and br (mon. m. Shepherd (lot 386) and Brice collections.." reading rel PRO:. &c. plume on obv. and " Declaration in three lines reading relig PRO &c. m. and br. same type. no m. and rare in this state m. (mon. . small plume before face of King and on rev. &c.. small plume before King's face. in. plume before bust . very fine but : : slightly chipped 1 433 Shilling. as the last coin. instead of under date 1644. " " five pellets.. 434 1 from the Marsham collection. extremely fine 1 [PL VII] *** From 428 the Bentham. (mon. . large plume behind. same type. 1645. the second very rare * * Both from the * Bergne (lot 706) and Brice collections. small plume behind. Bergne (lot 705) and Brice collections. xi. br (mon. on obv.). on usual type . Shilling.. devs &c." which reads rel prot &c.. Maydwell. m. three plumes. devs. Half Crown. 531). date 1645 and br (mon. Half Crown. m. both unusually fine. 3). below. small plumes above. as the last coin. 1643. " Declaration.) *** No. m. m.) sideways on VI behind. no m. m. . " Declaration. another. but the reads REL prot : &c. . m." both in fair condition 2 %* 432 No. exvrgat. Durrant. 1644. fine and rare %* From the Street and Marsham (lot 589) collections..) on rev. 1644. m.. plume before King's face and date 1644 under "Declaration. five pellets on obv. br. &c. and on rev. obv." which as before reads REL PROT &c.. pi. on 1 rev. Shilling. : : 1644. . m. usual type monogram of BR under horse. or rev. behind. pi. m. and on rev. both very well preserved 2 (mon.. 1 from the Nash collection. Snelling. (mon. and no monogram under date. Bust of King crowned. plumes above 2 (Hks. m. on obv. under " Declaration.) under "Declaration. 25). (var. none on rev. br (mon. and below. EXVRGAT. &c. monogram of br under horse. Shilling. 1644. xi. but no m. m. usual type. and on rev. 1644. similar type. well preserved Half Crown.. five pellets. m. date 1644 divided : by br." which reads REL: 1 PROT: &c. pi. similar. in lace collar and armour . (mon. 28). br. as m. . no m. usual type. usual type. . .) (Bud. but on rev. date 1644 divided by br. VII] 1 %* 431 From the Rich. rev. but m. 1645.) on rev. date 1644 under relig : pro :.. : 429 430 : extremely fine and very rare in this state [PI." which reads Sixpence. . 1645.

rev. and rev. small bust with large lace collar no plume before face j on rev. and from the Shepherd and Brice collections. . plume over x in rex on obv. (Snelling. plumes above &c. and the shield on the rev. d: g: m: b: F: et. and date 1 644 only under Declaration. m. date 1644. King on left.58 435 Shilling. " 1644. Half Crown. 29). 438 Half carolvs. Oval garnished shield (Rud.. carolvs.. no m. pi. . five pellets on obv. the first fine and a rare date.) on rev. plume before head . 26) . m. below. devs. 1644. a gerb placed horizontally between four pellets on obv." which reads REL. &c. and below.. very fine *** From and extremely rare [PI. very fine and of the highest rarity [PI. Durrant. .. regno. the : : : second well preserved 2 collection. 9). dissip " Declaration " RE PR le AN Li PA in three lines and inimici. usual type. christo AVSPICE. chst .) on rev. VII] 1 *** From the Trattle. m.. Groat. Bergne (lot 765) and Brice collections. xxvi. as in previous lot. large plumes above " Declaration. pi. (mon. pi. Crown horseback to : and very fine 1 *** From 439 the Cuff. : : : : : : : pi. obv.) (var. and on rev. very rare m. Silver. : : and below. Rud. Suppl. m. 338. sword in right hand . m. similar type and legends to the preceding coin. VII] the Bergne and Brice collections. behind. &c. H: rex. but no name of city under horse. There can be no doubt about the classification of this coin to Chester (see Hks. (mon.. (mon. mark of value nil behind . £17) and Brice collections. three gerbs. II rev. rev. exvrg devs. &c. xxiv. m. plume before bust of King. no. Bergne (lot 709. p.) (Rud.." which reads rel prot :. 2). d: g:. exvrgat.m. m. . 1645. no m. usual type. br. 1644. obv. Groat. both fine and rare no. 1 from the Webb." which reads relig pro . 1645 only under "Declaration. br (mon. XI.. 1 Chester Mint. 436 Shilling. V." which reads REL prot &c. is crowned and has garniture of lion's skin (Hks. " Declaration. no m. between two straight lines . m. *** Both from the Marsham 437 Half Groat. horse of peculiar form with large chest . m. date 1644 divided by br. 2 2 *#* No. below br. long flowing mantle. pro.. usual type.. 11). Bust of King crowned . &c. 507)..

pi. m. 1644. 21). Crown. horseback as usual ground with grass under horse's feet rev. (?).m. above. and very and sJwwing the face of the kiny quite distinctly. plume on rev. &c. 442 Crown. as the last coin. and date 1645 at end of rev. well preserved and a rare variety 1 446 Crown. m. 480). below. above c R. Silver. small lettering 1 . 6. rev. &c. but with date 1644 after regno. xviii. obv. . # 1 Exeter Mint. 1645. avspice. devs. but the King's full face. 508). &c. rev. &c. 1644. . Neck and Webb collections. is head nearly m.. m. d : g : mag brit : :. and Brice collections. obv. . King on horseback. (Hks. fine and extremely rare * * From the Brice collection.). Oval . D rev. rose. is divided by the m. crowned. same type as the last coin. m. " Declaration " in two lines across the field. Bud. christo. 2.m.59 Half Crown. with King's head nearly facing. obv. 486). 478). as in obv. 479). same type. and the shield on the differently garnished (Hks. garnished shield (Hks. legend (Hks. extremely rare and the 1 known *** From the Cuff. both crowned . of very neat work 1 * * # From the Nash collection. rare fine. Suppl. j . very 1 > unusual with this coin %* From the Bergne and Brice collections. with King's head nearly full face. usual type as lot 444. m. 443 Crown. three upright gerbs on obv. m. 1644. back to rose left. m. m. castle. carolvs. legend (Bud. 441 Half Crown. christo avspice regno. three plumes finest specimen . very fine 1 444 Crown. Combe-Martin Mint Silver. G MAG BRI &c. horse with large chest lot 438 : : : :. very fine and rare 1 *** From 445 the Shepherd (lot 336). Oval shield within the Garter. rose. rose. Murchison. 1645... ! ! j ! '. the horse is smaller. regno. &c. 6 4 4 (Hks. King in profile on horseholding sword rev. . in the rev. m. type 4 . 1645 (Hks. m. coin. King on . v. exvrgat. carolvs d g!. very fine. and with supporters .. pi. very similar in all respects to the preceding but the date on the rev. Lloyd. below. CAROLVS. xxv.

holding sword. xin. regno. xin. type 8). &c. obv. as the preceding coin. m. m. " in two lines DISSIPENTVR. carolvs. head thrown further back and scarf smaller. 452 Half Crown. very well pre1 and of neat work.. rose. 1644. VII] From the 1 Marsham collection (lot 614).60 447 Crown. m. rose. christo. but the in profile. but the King's face is in profile. m. very 1 and extra rare 453 *** From the Shepherd collection. . large lettering on both sides (Hks. horseback to head in . 489). 1 : and 448 to Half Crown. head nearly facing . King's head is same type. ex on rev. King on horseback head in rev. " Declaration above. 17). &c.. similar type to the it last coin. ex on rev . the Street and Marsham (lot 612) collections. m. but for slight failure in the neat work. unusually fine and very rare in this state [PI. 454 455 Half Crown. 1645. similar type to the preceding coin. similar to the last coin. Oval garnished shield fine . very rare rose. carolvs. fine and 1 unpublished 449 *** From Half Crown.ex. ground under : : horse (Oxford type) rev. the shield is lis oblong and is surmounted by c R with between words of legend. usual obv. ground under horse (Oxford CHRISTO. but the date 1645 at end of reverse legend appears to have been struck over 1644 (Snelling. but the c R is at the sides of the shield and not above (Hks. m. rev. exvrgat. face . well preserved extremely rare between . three . pi. 1644. 451 Half Crown. and on the rev. fine extra rare with this m. an unpublished variety. and not of such neat work (see Hks. Oval garnished shield . below. type 7). 1644. the Bergne and Brice collections. m. type with King on horseback. . same type. INIMICI. devs. an rarity. d g &c. pi. very fine 1 * * From the # Bergne and Brice collections. m. but the King's head is nearly full is no ground under horse . 1644. m.m.m. '1644. King on sword in right hand. Half Crown. left. rose. and an unpublished variety 1 striking. 488). there m. no date. usual type. plumes. m. on rev. avspice. m.. 1644. four pellets but chipped. 12). profile. precisely as the preceding. Oxford interesting piece. of neat work} 1 450 Half Crown. extremely fine. of very * From left. castle on obv. D G : &c. rose. m. type) profile. served rose. rose on obv. &c. but the head of the King is nearly facing and there is no ground under the horse (Hks. of very great type (Snelling. Half Crown. rose . and the finest specimen known 1 [PL VII] %* From the Shepherd and Webb collections. m. m. m.m. obv.

m. and no. 1645. type as in the preceding lot. REGNO (Bud. &c. m. obv. 2 from the Brice # Shepherd collection. rev. m. 1644. reading relig PRO. well preserved and of the highest rarity : .m. no date. as the 1 Half Crown. same as on the preceding coin . large rose on both sides. : King on horseback. above which. *** From the Dimsdale and 459 Webb collections. crowned . 9). " Declaration in three lines across field. 1645. another. 8) Threepence. and type. 2 *** No. 1644. 460 Shilling. &c. m. Bust of King. rose on of rev. fine and extremely rare *** From the Wigan and Marsham (lot 618) collections. 2 from the rose Webb collection. m. 462 1 from the Ford. d. m. rose on obv.. xxv. hi . 1 from the and Brice. Square shield on cross fleury . and Sixpence. Bust of King to left. . g. 6). crowned. devs. Oval garnished . head nearly regno. crowned . rose. Shilling. both very fine and rare 2 "%* No. m. pi. Ex on rev. Shilling. one . 11). the second well preserved 2 *** No. same type last coin and same date. xxv. on obv. v. in lace collar and armour " behind XII . 1645.m. lettering of legends larger. &c. . shield (Bud. m. but one inner circle. 1644. rose. rose. no date. 7). . rev. &c.m. with date 1645 after regno. xxv. obv. same type. 19). pi. well this date 1 *** From 457 the Street and Marsham (lot 616) collections. as in the preceding lot .. Suppl. m. m. rev. only. 461 1 from the Brice and Webb collections. three plumes below.m. and extremely rare with : rev. mi. 1644. rose. m. behind. usual type. but date 1644 after pi. exvrgat.. same m. behind. m. . facing. 458 Shilling. 2 xxv. . pi. Oval garnished preserved. pi. &c. bust of King. date 1644 before legend. to left. rev.. crowned. 1645. beaded. m. . divided plain (Bud. &c. both very fine. behind. usual type. the first fine. Oval garnished shield . VI . obv. date 1645 1 (Bud. carolvs. m. m. and no. rose .61 456 Half Crown. christo avspice shield (Smiling. 1644 (Bud. christo. 1 from the Bergne and Brice collections. only . Bust King to left. in legend. xiii. christo &c. &c. rare . by m. m. &c. rose. 1645. christo. and Sixpence. m. above. obv. Bust of King. Groat. two inner both fine and rare Oval garnished shield and date circles on obv. the first rare * * No. pi. 1644. m. &c.

1644. et. obv. in three wavy lines across the field . 466 Half Crown. *n* From the Tyssen. Trattle. four pellets on d g MAG BRIT fr et hib rex. m. rex. holding baton and riding to left over rev. f. carolvs. Hks. firmat. m. LEGl :. A large rose *** From (Bud. behind. Bergne and Brice collections. pi.. 1644. no. xxv. below. thro. . 1). fine and exceedingly rare the Shepherd and Brice collections. AVSPICE. the " Declaration is on Bud. Bust of 1 thro. xiii. fr. plume on obv. 1642. . same type. 1644. Durrant. ivsti. : : : • • : extremely fine and rare [PI. 1644.pl. 418 grs. VIII] 1 "%* From 468 the James (1888) collection. but for rev. fine and extremely rare 1 * * # From the Shepherd and Brice collections. m. m. m. &c. christo. m. holding upright sword and olive-branch . II. XIII. xxv. br. g. xxv. 11).. wt. 416 grs.. plume on obv. VIII] 1 arms. a fully spread coin and believed to be the finest Mown [PI. Oval garnished shield. g. h. 9) . 1642. . pi. Bust of King to left. b. d. e. " and on the rev. m. m. 12). rev.. pi. hi. . Bud.62 463 Half Groat. regno. legend reads FRAN ET HI and : : : rev.as but bust of King smaller and not touching inner . b. behind. pi. Gold. only. 1642. 10). 467 Three Pound rev.pl. crowned. d. &c. extremely rare. date (Rud. Oval garnished shield (Bud. exvrgat devs : : " Declaration. rex. 9).. 1644. similar to the preceding coin. which is in the Bashleigh collection type a large rose instead of a shield %? 465 From the Bergne and Brice collections. firmat. behind. rose j obv. m. liber PAR. et.. m. xxv. &c. IVS. King on horseback. r.. m. Pattern. hi and three plumes. a scroll in continuation of the inner circle the obv. (Ken. (var. carolvs. crowned. above. d. Half: : : : : : : : length figure of the King to left. rose type. King to left. mag. obv. carolvs. below in garniture. obv. f. Penny.c AROLVS Piece. I ." relig PROT LEG ang DISSIPENTVR inimici. Three Pound circle (as the preceding coin Piece. plume . m. rev. g. rose. same legends and . 2). crowned. 1642 (Rud. Oxford Mint. rev. hi.m. very fine and 1 rare %* From the Brice collection. Silver. rose. rose. mentions 1 only one other specimen. m. 464 Half Groat. very fine and exceedingly rare. 1642. wt.

and reading 420 grs. date. : lozenge each side of in. only. 419 grs. m. OXON for ox. m. the bust breaks the inner circle below. condition. wt. type and legends as the preceding coin. very fine 1 and a rare 471 Three Pound as lot 469. • in • . and touches the inner circle . 419 grs. wt. vi. and stops. m. five pellets after leg. "a perfect (Ken. and the legend reads fr ET : : Hi : rex. 418 grs. 1643. 1 (as Ken.. (Snelling. m. pi. pellets. hiber REX. date 1544 and OX. after inimici Piece. King wears long scarf floating behind. but of value. but the Piece. mark of value. same m. extremely fine and rare 1 *** From 470 the Devonshire. five pellets on rev. scroll . CAROLVS. fine and very rare 474 Three Pound wt. m. . small plume on obv. m. and three pellets after REX . 1). and Brice collections. wt. Three Pound ous scroll. &c. sword and branch longer . but reading on rev.m. on continubelow which. legends as the last coin. plume on obv. grs. 1643. Bergne (lot 820) and Brice collections. inner circle is made part of the scroll : .. the reading hib for Hi f : :. mark 420 of value. the : : " Declaration " is on a continuous wt. plume on obv. same type. Three Pound letters. and reading leg in this state for legi :. and on the rev. same type and on rev. and between words of legend obv. : wt. plume on obv. "Declaration" on rev. and on variety rev.. small plumes above. D G MAG bri FRA : : : : ET. below date OXON in small with rosette on each side as also at each side of date and mark rare between words. extremely fine and rare 1 %* From the Bergne (lot 822) and Brice collections. four pellets on same type and legends as the last coin . 1643.63 469 Three Pound Piece. m. but the bust of the King rev. same obv. 1643. 1644. exceedingly no pellet on either side of fine and rare in this 1 condition *** From the Kirk (1884) 472 collection.. 1643. usual type. also and in beautiful rosettes. m. and on rev. Three Pound as the preceding coin. m. extremely Piece. 10). no. m. coin" 1 [PL VIII] *** From the Bergne 473 (lot 821). only. type FRAN ET HIB :. only. 416 grs. but reading Piece..'&c.. 1644... plume on obv. . Piece. is larger. stops 118).

139 grs. obv.m. rev. three plumes . . : :.. wt. but on rev. wt. wt.. &c. same type. stops on obv. no m. Duncombe and Brice collections. rev. 9). 1643.. 1). 1643. plume on obv. as the last coin. three small plumes. same type. *** From the Marsham collection 479 (lot 550). 1643. 140 *x* From 476 above. no. Unite. 140 lines and inner circle. hi rex. in : : : : : : : : : : : :. lines across field grs. and date 1643. usual type as lot 477.. no. 1644. obv. below. 116). legends and varieties as the last coin. 1642. (Ken. no m. crowned. reading BR FR et. 140 grs. Bust of King to left. no. %* From . rev. 481 type. but the circle : : . HI . rev. as the preceding coin. Unite.. extremely fine and very rare the Dimsdale. usual bust of the King is large and breaks the inner obv. only. pi. Large bust of King extending to edge of coin and dividing legend. " usual type.64 475 Unite. holding long sword and long : : : : : olive-branch. m. &c. holding upright sword and olive-branch . reads carolvs : d : G : MAG br fr grs. unpublished 1 *** From 477 the Bergne (lot 823) and Brice collections. : Unite. m. very fine and rare the Bergne (lot 825) and Brice collections. ox 2 . very fine but and wearing badge of Garter suspended to chain same as the preceding coin. and Declaration in three lines and on continuous scroll. and exceedingly rare 1 *** From 478 the Doulton collection.m. behind. and "Declaration 1 and a rare variety grs. j obv. 1642. 1643. Unite. m. . fine Unite. ANGL. but obv. and reading legi ANGL. d g m br fr et. below. j obv. m. xx . 140 (Ken. 139^ grs. with " Declaration in three lines on continuous scroll j above. and an extra rare variety rev. cuts the inner circle LEG : ANG for LEGI : same type. behind. 1 slightly chipped. : : : : . wt. nine pellets in form of s on rev. m. (beginning at bottom of coin). exvrgat devs dissipentvr " Declaration " RELIG prot leg ANG liber inimici PAR. . but the circle. 138 grs. and 1 lozenge-shaped. no m. 1642. 1 (Ken. Snelling. no m.. m. unpublished. Durrant. . but the bust and reading obv. legend. m. 1 very fine and rare *** From 480 the Brice collection. plume on obv. ET : hiber : REX . .1644. : : and he holds : long sword and long olive-branch . : : : : very fine and extremely rare. 3). . vi. : beginning at top of coin. carolvs d g mag brit fran et Hi REX. &c. plume on only bust of the King does not descend through the inner . m. Unite. wt. dotted " in large letters.. " " legend reading br fr et hi :. (Ken. carolvs. hiber for hib and rev. XX . wt. two wavy wt. similar to the last. very fine.

small annulets. Large bust of King in lace collar and armour. wt. xiii. (beginning on left of coin). obv. hib REX. 1 140 grs. m. : . one plume. VIII] 1 %* 483 From the Dimsdale. (commencing at top of coin).pl. 1646. date 1643. . very fine and rare (lot 1 *** From the Edmonds. legend on a band for brit : last coin. 140 grs. no m. one plain. and on rev. 1 Half Unite. %* 487 From the Marsham Half Unite.. carolvs d g mag br fr et HI rex.. on a continuous scroll. stops on both sides plain. (Rud. d g m br fr et. 1 %* From F . x rev. wt. but the bust of the King is within the inner circle . carolvs.. obv. Durrant. wt. the Durrant. above. below. X. small plume (1). Bust of King to left. small plume on obv. below. behind. stops on rev... rev. similar to the preceding. plumes . and exceedingly rare *#. . no m. large plumes above 1645 below. fine. above. 1645 ox. " Declaration " in three behind. wt. an unpublished variety 486 1642. 1643. the other beaded rev. same type as the last coin.m. VIII] Wigan and Brice collections.. m. 67 grs. 11). obv. 1642. Bust of King as on the preceding coin . 69 grs.65 482 Unite. : : Unite. 1643 . m. and grs. &c. large chipped. " Declaration " on continuous type. same type as the and on rev.. 1645. excessively rare.. but reading bri " and below "Declaration : 1646 ox. 140 grs.. 1643. and rare [PI. m. . exceedingly rare 69 very fine. hi rex. Cuff. m. 1645. unpublished. very fine scroll wt. BRIT for BR . crowned. devs. legend same. and reading relig prot. &c. Half Unite. : : : : exvrgat DEVS. extremely fine : : and rare [PI. obv.* From the Shepherd collection (lot 346). but " " Declaration . descending to edge of coin and dividing legend . 117). m. in lace collar and armour . m. is " the " Declaration letters. usual : : : : : : . below. exvrgat. in fair preservation. plume on but on the rev. three lines on wt. only. m. straight lines across the field. &c. " Declaration " in wavy scroll. carolvs. plumes. but somewhat 1 and unpublished collection (lot 554). Shepherd (lot 350) and Brice collections. no m. d g MAG brit fran et. two inner circles. three : : : : : : : : . 484 Unite. with below. (Ken. Higgs. above. Bergne 485 827) and Brice collections.

above... altered from 1642. as lot 537. but beneath arms on obv. MAG: for m beaded inner circle only and on rev.. Murchison (lot 290. m. the ground is chequered and the legend reads : brit for britani.m. . an interesting fact as showing that the Shrewsbury moneyers brought their dies with them to Oxford. 489 Pound Piece. m. xxm. . the horse : : the king's sword pierces the inner circle. same type as the preceding coin. very and unique 1 * the Ourrer. relig. 1642. stops in legend and on either side of date. no lower bands to plumes above " Deis larger. on obv. King on horseback to left. The obv. 491 Pound type. CAROLVS D G MAGNI BRITANI FRAN ET HIB REX. liber. Piece. very fine and : : : : : : : : . m. 1). lections. and the arms below are better defined. prot. exceedingly rare. plume on obv.. however. and one of the finest specimens known of this : coin 1 %* the Wigan. 70 fine grs. no cannon . claration. II. IV. Murchison. is from a Shrewsbury die . N. but date Piece. 1643. but reading obv. and another in that of Capt. par. From Silver. (Num. type and legends." . p. type &c. p. states that there was one in the Currer collection. mag brit fra et hiber rex and on rev. shaped. OX. 229). same m.. xx and three plumes. similar &c. (Hks. From 492 Pound dies as lot 489. pi. very fine. to lot 489. plume rev. seven pellets on rev. m. S. p. and reading angl for ang. holding upright sword and riding over arms and " cannon j behind. exvrgat devs &c. type is the same as lot 495. and from the same on the rev. 232 . but of very superior workmanship . no m. 1642. but slightly cracked. 163. wt. below " Declaration. and it is therefore unique. and an extremely rare 1 variety * * ¥r From the Brice collection. £40) and Addington colKenyon. These are. obv.. lozenge. Chron. referring to this coin. one and the same coin. m. 1643.. lozenge between four pellets after inimici on rev. Neck and Webb (lot 507) collections.66 488 Half Unite. in which last sale catalogue it is not mentioned that the rev. leg ang. 4).m. below. fine excessively rare date 1 and an *** From the Gibbs collection. same m. five pellets on rev. : : : :. 1642 (Bud..1644. and the rev. 1644.." no. plume on obv.. (Shrewsbury type). "Declaration in two lines across field. : : rare 1 490 Pound Piece. legend varied. 1642. as the preceding coin.

and struck on a smaller 1 499 Half-pound Piece.. X over " Declaration. Pound Piece. same m." and date 1642 below (comp. 1 four pellets on rev. Pound Piece. type as the preceding coin.. 1642. only. of fine work [PI... 498 Half-pound Piece. die as lot 496 . xu. plume on obv. same type as the Pound Piece (lot 489).. very fine and rare. rev. larger D G arms. 643 under " Declarthis state 1 (Bud. with plume behind King. obv.. below. type and legends as lot 496. extremely fine and very rare in collections. very fine and extremely rare is 1 * ^* This rev. &c. none on rev. arms. j obv. xxm.67 493 Pound same Piece. and reading carolvs : : : magn variety : brit : FRAN et : : HIB : rex. the horse is and similar to the Half Crowns of 1644 and later dates . 1643. m. VIII] : : : : : *** From the Bergne 497 (lot 727) and Brice collections. there are no bands to the plumes (Shrewsbury type). but of coarser and quite different work. 1644 and ox (Bud. xxm. is from the same die.. same type as the preceding coin .m.m. Half-pound Piece. obv. plume on obv. plume on obv. m. *** From the York-Moore and Brice F 2 . 3). m. " tion within a compartment ornamented with lion's head . above. 1644. type and " Declaralegend as the preceding coin j rev. same obv. very • • rare and very fine [PI. m. seven pellets on . 4). devs. pi. reading magn BRIT FRAN ET hib j rev. die as lot 491 field .. m. another instance of an Oxford moneyer using a Shrewsbury die (see also lot 491).m. plume on rev. VIII] 1 496 Half-pound Piece. plume on same type and ation " obv.m. pi. 1 *** From 495 the Addington collection. well preserved 1642.. but on rev. but on the rev. 1 pi. 1643. 1642. but no cannon under horse. but no cannon under horse. two lines across very fine and rare in " Usual type. Same type and from the same "Declaration pi. with date 1643 (Snelling. the obv. 17). exvrgat. below. plume on obv. Bud. m. m. very fine and probably a unique 1 *** From 494 the Johnston sale and Brice collection. XX and one plume . m. rev. seven pellets on rev. m.. flan. xxm. 4). seven pellets on rev. but on the obv. 1643.

. 1642. especially the second coin *#* Both from the 507 Webb collection. band 503 Crown. 497. no m. Half Crown. and three plumes with bands below. . 1642 and 1643.. and next piece). . m.. 481). well preserved *** From the Wakeford collection. hiber.. same m. 2 from the Marsham collection. no ground under horse (obv. 1643. obv. " Declaration " in two lines across field exvrgat DEVS &c. 505 Half Crown. pi. and extra rare 1 " pi. usual type. but ground under and date. j fine and rare is 1 *** This 501 another instance of the use of a Shrewsbury die (see also lots 491.. 1642. type) . usual type. m. 506 Half Crowns. same m. m. . the horse circle . Crown. m. m. 1642.. line under horse no plume behind (Shrewsbury . fine and scarce pieces %* No. date on rev. plume on obv. extremely fine and rare [PL IX] From the Bergne. m. et. m. plume. similar type for hiber. .. obv. m. similar m. with plume behind King and no ground under horse. This is another instance of the use of the Shrewsbury dies at Oxford. rex. plume behind King with to lot 500. another. plume without band (Shrewsbury type) j rev. plain line under horse behind. three plumes with bands . . two pellets on rev. same m. &c. same type and legends as the previous coin j from same die.. lot. ground below . " Declaration in above. on rev. # . but ending inimi :. and date. and no. : :. no m.v. both as hks. m.. 1643 1 (Bud. : : : : . King holding sword on horseback to left . 1642 (Hks. one as on the preceding Crowns. xii. another of 1643.. m. type and legends as the preceding coin. both very well preservd 2 * * Both from the Street and Marsham collections. 1). with plain line under horse . 6). 1642. 1643. m. types. plume on obv. both fine. below." extremely fine and rare in this state 1 502 *** From the Shepherd (lot 356) and Brice collections.. is as the preceding but the first is of peculiar work. 1643. plume on obv. above. 1642 horse. Young and Brice collections. 1642 (Snelling. four pellets on rev. fran.68 500 Crown.. but reading hib for hi . seven pellets. xxiii. fine and rare : : 504 Half Crown. King on horseback to left. 1 from the Webb. Crown. similar type. plume without band on obv. 1643. but on rev. of neat work and somewhat approaching " in style the " Oxford 1 Crown. m. hind leg breaks the inner larger and one no ground under horse on either 2 piece.. date 1643 under "Declaration. . 1643. 2 490). on obv. two pellets on rev. two lines Usual legend. carolvs d g mag brit. m. but reading hi : and the horse has the off-hind leg raised instead of the near . rev. m.

no. lib. extremely fine.. pro.fine. 5). usual type. . on rev. . 2 *** No. the central plume is very large and the bases of the 4's in the date. m..69 508 Half Crown. except rosette at sides of outer plumes on rev. type and legends. cube between four pellets on rev. ang. m. 1643 ox. plumes above. same type and legends as the preceding coin." relig. 1643 (obv. . IX] 1 From the Willett. as Hks. but very little ground under horse. 512 Half Crown. pi. m. date on rev. par :. above. central plume %* 511 large. but stops plain. "Declaration" reading reli.. and small lettering. there is a pellet outside the outer and on either side of date and ox. which reads relig pro: le. obv. . all equal date below. 1644. m. Hks. 1644. plume on obv. m. m. cube for stop after each word of legend and before and after date and ox. plume on obv. as the but reading hi for hib. same m. type as the last coin but on the rev. plume on on rev. very fine and rare : last coin. with " small figure of King . and " Declaration reading relig. par. and apparently an unpublished variety. another. pa (Hks. small figure of King. two pellets on rev. m. very fine. 1644 ox. very fine and scarce : : : in this state 1 509 * * From the Young and Brice collections. (HJcs. but figure of King very small. 1644. no. very fine and scarce 1 size. five pellets on rev. lib. three plumes 1 all same size.. 493). reading fr ET hib . 1643. from the Ford collection. &c.. are curved (comp. and a rare . as Snelling. Half Crown. 19). plume on obv. m. &c. 1645. five pellets on rev. m. ground with grass below . pro. plume and rosette on obv. same type as the preceding coin. and on rev. hind-leg of horse raised .. same type and varieties as the last coin but on the rev. leg. and obv. below. sword pointed forwards . m.. reads reli. . xn. prot. plume and small cinquefoil on obv. m. Durrant. 1). little ground under horse. le. 1643. lib. m. 1 510 Half Crown. PRO. plume on obv. Half Crown. type. 1644. ANG. usual no ground under horse. 1644. 1 : *#* From the Brice 515 collection.. le. both well preserved below. m. only. 1645 ox. unpublished . very fine and very 1 rare *** From 513 the Shepherd (lot 358) and Brice collections. m. m. *** From the Brice collection. # Half Crown. m. same m. and "Declaration. usual type. usual near type. 490 . and on either side of ox.. 1644 ox. Half Crown. variety 1 514 Half Crown. large central plume above "Declaration". . Bergne (lot 734) and Brice collections.. and the "Declaration" plumes. rev. and a rare variety [PI. 1643. above. le ANG...

Snelling. m. plume on obv. same type as last lot . and the legend commences towards the 1 right (Hks. only.. m. usual type. all fine and scarce "%* No. but on rev. three plumes ration". ground without grass ET.m. below. m. m. 1 520 Shilling. floriated cross. lis on cross. 1642.. no. rev. horse coarse and heavy. type (as Hks. prot. plume. small figure of King. and no. and ox. Groat. 4 from the Bergne and Brice collections. no. . and below. 492). m. . and rev. pi. m. lozenges (var. open book. 1644. before bust. very fine and rare :. . open book. IX] (lot *** From the Shepherd 360) and Brice collections. &c. behind. m. below. m.m. 1644.70 516 Half Crown.ox. m. 1644. 1644. plume before bust usual type. m. much reading mag BRIT FRAN as lot 516. very fine and rare spread (as From the Street and Marsham (lot 563) collections. usual type. type and legends as the preceding (var. but plume Groat. same m. but on Hks. only. but no " above " Declaration and below obv. devs. &c. [PI. above "Declaration". 1646. no annulets between plumes. and type better executed." reading relig leg. floriated and Threepence. . plume on obv.1645. same m. of King.. in three lines and between two straight lines. in lace collar. m. m. • *. struck on obv. but horse : : : annulet between and at sides of each plume. and on rev. 542). others well preserved the sixpence and groat very fine. each figure of date and ox . . straight line above and below each line of Sixpence. ANG LIBER PAR .OX. rev." relig. very fine and a rare type hib : . date. and hilly ground with grass. and Threepence. 26). "Declaration. 1642. Bust of King to left. usual type. three lis 1644 (Hks. m.. *** : PRO : : : 517 Half Crown. plume. . stops on obv. 1645. m.. same m. with 1646 ox. obv. 1646. 522 Shilling. xi. Sixpence. . &c. open book. 518 Half Crown. but imperfectly 1 * * * From the Street and Marsham (lot 564) collections. m. m. coin m. &c. 1643. 1644. exvrgat. remarkably fine and rare in this state *** From the Bergne (lot 736) and Brice collections. five pellets on rev. same type. very fine and legends as the last coin. m. no. 1646. 1644. below 1644 figures curved. above. 1 from the Webb. 1643. the 4 521 Shilling. 23). . m. 30). usual type. 519 Half Crown.1644. D G: mag : : BR &c. wide1 Hks.. m. with bust of King wearing " Declalace collar. but and scarce. plume between two lis above "Declaration". three plumes of equal size above " Declaration.m. xii . usual type. carolvs.. stop at side of outer plume. no bands to plumes and date 1643 (Shrewsbury type). 24). . &c.

no. usual type. and date 1646 below (Rud. lis. m. fr. 1644. Large bust dividing " Declaration " in three legend . but " Declaration between scroll border. rev." : 526 Shilling. annulets between and at sides of plumes above. obv. . pro MAG brit fr ET. plume on obv. Groat." relig. straight lines . above.. 6) . open book. hi large lettering and large plumes above : : : :. open book. and figures of date not curved Hks. hiber. %* 528 All from the Bergne and Brice collections. Three lis to. pi. xi. &c. usual type. carolvs. 12). pi. very fine and exceedingly rare 527 * * From the Nash collection. no m. one plume. relig.. pi. % Sixpence. Shepherd 361) and Brice four lozenges on " Shilling. and below. to. rev. 1646. and ox. Bust in armour. the other reading bands above " Declaration. ." the centre one large. Snelling. m. m. lion's head on shoulder. lozenge between four pellets on similar type to last coin. obv.. : Sixpences 1643... 1. (2). 1644. usual type.. 1646. . m. 522).. .71 523 Shilling. large below. floreated cross on rev. : to. ox. 1646 to. to. lozenges. 1644. another. and " Declaration. &c. " . plume before bust (Rud. Bust of King in lace collar. (stops lozenges). m. pi.. 15) . Undoubtedly the work of Wylie # Rawlins as in style it corresponds with the famous "Oxford Crown. R (Rawlins) under bust . carolvs. to. m. above. . no m. rev. similar type no stop at sides rev. lis on both sides. for hiber.. no plume before head . m.. Hi :. 32). xi. 525). (obv. &c. . prot. . of date. centre plume. obv. but reading hib. above and below . d plume without band on G &c. very fine stops lozenges and rare 1 524 Shilling. all fine and scarce . dividing legend . m. xxiv. Bust of King : obv. Bust of King in lace collar above "Declaration. pro. &c. dot outside " plumes . date 1644 . obv. of usual legends. rev. 1644. 1644 ox 4 (Rud. . xxiv. xxiv. stops at sides of outer plumes plume on and at sides %. 1646. br.* From 525 the collections. 1643. m. no. and De4 claration" in a compartment as in the preceding lot. but one reading small lettering and small plumes without : &c. " with lion's head on shoulder . plume on to last coin. . plain collar . very fine 1 and extremely rare * * From the and Webb collections. 11). rev. G. Murchison. Half Groat... rev. below. D. all fine ." relig. :. 2 . Groat. four lozenges on et. to. 1646. . lozenges (Hks. mg : brit fr ET. but reading of outer plumes.m. mag. Declaration ". 1 date (Hks. 16 44 . Large bust of King. Threepence. rev. m. stops on both sides. extremely fine and rare in this (lot condition 1 Rhodes. rev.pl. and " date 1646 below " Declaration also three annulets under . in figured armour. rev. 1644. Three lis above " Declaration "Declaration" in a compartment (Snelling.

&c. above. R (Rawlins) in three lines. plume on obv. &c.. 1644. m. on on obv. hiber. . well preserved and excessively rare 1 %* From This is one of the the Bandinel and Addington collections. above. Bust of King crowned. pro leg. specimen known. oxon . . Murchison (lot 280. holding long sword. rev. xxiv. : : : : : : . devs. £126) and Addington collecIn the Murchison catalogue it is described as the " finest tions. 523). lozenges outside plumes and outside date 1644. perhaps unique. above. m. below. obv. and OXON (Rud. below. rex (sprig of flowers between each two lines and between two scrolls. D : G mag brit FRAN : : : (stops. by Rawlins. d : : : : : : lozenges). with view of the City of Oxford beneath . left.. liber. liber : par between two straight lines . .. (stops.1644. on shoulder." 531 Pattern Shilling.m. obv. : on obv.. extremely rare ox (Hks. crowned. leg. the right . only . " Declaration " reads relig. Like all the other specimens that I have seen the legend is not fully : struck up all round. lozenge between four rev. 553. by Rawlins. similar to the preceding coin. CAROLVS. PARL . stops. m. pa. 13). under horse's forefoot. devs. stops. m. 530 THE CELEBRATED OXFORD CROWN. pro. IX] 1 exvrgat deus dissipentvr inimici " Declaration " in .72 529 Penny. "a beautiful coin. obv. 1644. in lace collar and armour . xxiv. between two steeples. liber. Rud. m. d G M B f et. . " Declaration in three lines. in plain collar and armour behind.ox. H REX. three lis. 1 and in fair condition . par. I . LEG ANG. relig rev. 1644. Brice. mark of value nx (retrograde) . R (Rawlins) . pi. 1654. ang. PATTERNS. below.m. lozenges. Bergne (lot 739) and Brice collections. prot. " exvrgat. lis Pattern Shilling. rev. relig. but bust of King to pellets and behind. " exvrgat. V and three plumes below. curved figures. word). unpublished *** From 532 the Currer. rev. liber. having newly turned up. floriated cross ET." Bergne in his copy of that catalogue notes " This Crown was purchased by Mr. lis. and on rev. pi. 1644 (Hks. Silver. m. Bust of King : to . ANG. 1). in the finest condition and of excessive rarity [PI. lozenges). " Declaration : : prot leg ANG . rarest and most difficult coins for a collector to obtain. *** From the Brice. King on horseback to left. rosette on G MAG bri fr et. relig. CAROL." 1 extremely rare. carolvs.. three plumes with rosettes at sides of outer ones. hib REX.

but slightly injured at side. well preserved and rare 1 *** From the Wylie 537 collection. 3). m. : : . coronet above. Pound angl Piece. very 1 rare 536 Pound brit Piece. par . no.. and on rev. dividing legend. 1642. but cannon as well as arms under horse. and preserved &c. 535 Pound Piece. type 1 and an exceedingly rare variety of * * From the Brice collection. well 1 \* From the Wakeford and Marsham collections. xii. .xx. xn. prot. carolvs.m. "Declaration" ground. rev. and angl.m.. 15). only. relig. is noted that the plume on the Shrewsbury coins is always without a band under the coronet. (reading from : : right to left). xii j rev. exvrgat. "Declaration" in a compartment with one large plume in 1644 below (Hks.. one plume only above . King on horseback to left. (Hks. no m. four pellets on obv. no. uncertain on obv. 4.. 534 Pound : Piece. same type more arms under horse . liber. three plumes. Shrewsbury Mint. 524). 1644. which is placed higher in the field . liber : par 2). no behind. leg ang. m. and reading brit AN fr . DEVS. only . . m. mantle. xx and below. mag britan fr et hib and : : : : :. par. 1642. m. exvrgat. but small figure of King. two pellets on rev. well preserved but of rather rough 1 work. ground with arms under horse. very fine. as the preceding coin. same type &c. &c. rare 538 Pound Piece. : : rev. obv. 1642. very well preserved 1 *** From To avoid repetition it the Marsham collection (lot 584a). m. extra rare and . crowned. obv. five pellets on rev. carolvs. no. similar to last coin : but reading (Hks. Large bust of King to right. same die as the last coin. Snelling. . and reading magn hi rex. m.. usual type. 1642. 16). pi. behind.m. # . 1642 (Snelling. m. reading MAG brit : : FRAN: ET: hib:. plume placed higher in the field. exceedingly rare. but : fra : et : obv. libert. plume. Silver. and ANG. above. two pellets on both sides. five pellets on obv. devs. &c. : G MAG brit : : : : : in two lines. liber. par pi. in plain collar. 1642. (Hks.73 533 Pattern Shilling. fine. d FR ET hib rex. no m. . d g &c. on as the last coin.

m. and very 1 rare in this state *** From the Dimsdale. but on rev... fine.. m. m. m. et. plume . 1642 (comp. and three plumes above "Declaration" hib rex . nine pellets on rev. five pellets on obv. and three plumes. fine and rare . PROT leg angl liber : : : : : : : : parl (Snelling. 3). 13). King on horseback below.. liber. behind. 1642. : two lines. plume on obv. leg ang. as the preceding coin and of same fabric. rev. pi. " Declaration plain : : : : . and reading similar type to lot 539. f rare 1 work %* 542 From Archdeacon Pownall's collection. m. usual type. 1642. very fine and exceedingly rare * [PL IX] From the Homfray 1 collection. par . plume on obv.. reading obv.. m. m. Thomas. m.m. mag in 1642. below. plumes smaller. very rare 1 Half-pound Piece. x surrounded by four pellets and between two plumes only. an unpublished m. three pellets on in the field. 1 Half-pound Piece. unpublished and of the highest rarity 541 fine. nine on rev. and reading ANG. rex. xn. exvrgat devs : &c. seven pellets on rev. arms and cannon under "Declaration" and reading Half-pound Piece. D and : obv. hiber. 1642. xxiii. 5). Bud. pi. " line . m. 1642.and three plumes above and on . m. " and " Declaration relig : G MAG BRI fra et. PAR for PARL. above. very fine 1 and very 543 rare. four pellets on with no ground under horse. : 1642. mark of value. x 1642 below .. but of quite different .. Dymock.. : : rev. m. carolvs D G brit. relig. fine. nine pellets on similar type to the Pound large plume behind. 1642.74 539 Half-pound Piece. m. obv. unpublished Half-pound Piece. extremely fine. . none on rev. Bergne and Brice collections. &c. nine pellets on obv.. of very fine work. and an unpublished m. no plume behind " '' King . . and on rev.. Piece. usual type. m. prot. and reading as last. and above. obv. on rev. type. King placed higher horse. brit for bri :. ANG.. m. but hi for hib and in Declaration : : angl 544 : for ANG. fran. CAROLVS.. (lot 726) 540 Half-pound Piece. " Declaration " reading PAR for parl. no. : mag brit FRAN et hib : : X.v. : 545 Crown. for ANGL in 1 (Hks. two pellets on rev. PAR. only .. same obv. m. Murchison. liber. same type and legends as the last coin but on rev. rev. but arms without cannon under horse . and rev. " Declaration " pellet each side of x.

PAR. 1 *** From the Street and Marsham 552 collections. : : . somewhat rubbed. is of the Aberystwith type 1 *** From the Brice collection. unpublished with 1 *** From the Webb collection. plume on : : same as the last piece with plain line under horse . on obv. only. 647). 1642. line et : m. LIBER. fine. mark of value 6 and one plume only above " Declaration. Eks. usual type with large bust of King to left. fine and very rare. 1642. 5). exvrgat. BR. 1642. no m. 1642 (Hks. very well preserved and very rare. exceedingly rare and unpublished 1 *** From 553 the Street and Marsham (lot 582) collections. value 2 excessively rare as the last coin. : : : : prot. xxiii. holding long sword. no m. reading MAG B Rl FRA ET hib :. the obv. 1642. and on rev. six pellets 547 Half Crown. very rare. same type and legends as the preceding coin. reading BR FRAN hib :. and no mark of value. mantle. above. above " Declaration one plume only between two pellets. &c. King on which pierces inner circle. usual type. is of the Oxford : : type 1 *** From the Brice 549 collection. no m. under horse behind. 1642 below. but • no ground divided by one plume. no plume in front . no ground horseback. 5). relig. 1642. m. but reading 6 •. and MAG. . but plain under horse. with plain line " under horse. prot. Half Crown. no m. in fair m. same type. Half Crown. behind. m. or rev. 1642.. no. exceedingly rare. date three lines . in plain collar. Half Crown. very fine and very rare * * # From the Sharp collection. leg angl. 1642. same under horse.75 546 Crown. rubbed. Half Crown. (Hks. usual type with plain ground under 2 horse and plume behind King but on rev. rev.m. "%* From the Street and Marsham 551 collections. only. m. &c. plumes above . only. m. large plume . Shilling. three plumes. no. m. xn this . fine.. {Bud. condition. 548 Half Crown. m. plume on obv.. small plume behind King . m. libert. rev. 2). the obv. m. but no plume behind King and reading BRIT fr et hib :." which reads relig. on obv. unpublished 1 : *%* From the 550 Webb collection. par (Comp. 1642. for MA. but excessively rare 1 . pi. leg ANG. BR. and on " Declaration " in &c. &c. but no 1 m. m. . below. but on rev.. m. as the last coin. "Declaration" in two lines. obv. same type as lot 550. devs. .

76 Weymouth Silver. 1644 (Hks. dg mag brit fran ET hib REX. m.m. Montagu notes that he had seen another specimen from the same die with the obv. crowned. m. type and legends as the preceding coin. very fine and exceedingly rare 1 *#* From 557 the Cuff. : : : : : . on obv. no. King on horseback. very fine. grass under horse w between his feet rev. m. Street 644) collections. same type and legends on obv. 6 see Num. castle on obv. V.. stops annulets on both sides (Hks. but on rev. above. with square garnished shield on rev. on the obv. effaced. quite distinct. there is no grass under the horse. and of very great 1 * \* From the Cuff. relig prot le AN lib PA . Murchison. but the tail of the horse passes through his legs . m. m. obv. rev. Wigan. Suppl. .. as the last coin. &c. 555 Half Crown. two on obv. helmet on rev. type and legends as lot 554. obv. Chron. m. whose tail passes between his legs . " devs. between his feet. but somewhat clipped and very rare (lot *** From the 558 Cuff.. pi. Oval garnished shield. I.m. w no ground rev. exvrgat. 1 pi.m. should be two lions passant. Square garnished shield. but m. 554 Half Crown. on rev. . " Declaration in two lines.. fine and extremely rare 1 *+* From 556 the Bergne and Brice collections. carolvs. very well preserved. well preserved and rare 1 From the Street and Marsham (lot 646) collections. 501. Mint. . 1644. four pellets. Half Crown. 500). castle. three large plumes below. 501). 27). Shepherd (lot 392) and Brice collections. 6). lions passant Half Crown. the King holds a very and Marsham short sword (Bud. 8. . rarity vol. Mr. crowned on lis each side of garture (Hks. m. but on obv. N. on obv. . m. Neck and Webb collections. (stops annulets). helmet on rev. three annulets on rev. same obv. m. *** : : : : : : . castle Half Crown.. similar obv.. The m. similar type and legends as lot 555. . christo avspice regno (lis after each word). . VHI.

fine and very rare [PI.77 FIFTH DAY'S SALE. a line with grass. Oval shield.. one pear on obv. extremely fine as the preceding coin. of the usual shape. plume. and on the rev. Silver. D G &c. m. £25) and 1 collections. King on horseback. of fine work . Durrant. bri.. obv. Bergne (lot 749) Half Crown. C. m. lion on both sides . CHARLES I — continued. m. very fine and very rare %* From the Marsham collection (lot 626). regno •*« Square slightly garnished shield between c R (Eh. IX] : : *** From the Addington collection. (var. 495). and obv. Bergne (lot 561 collections. m. g. and type as lot 561. . AVSPICE. pi. Murchison. Half Crown. same m. mag. Street and Marsham 625. with line of pellets under horse. Wokcester Mint. Durrant. IX] 478) and Brice 1 *** From the Dimsdale. hi. type as the last coin. and type on a square flan. obv. the garniture of which has four small lis and contains below the letters H. m. christo. carolvs. x. Oval garnished shield. . three pears on rev. and Brice collections. holding sword j under horse. christo. rev. same m. 1 (Eks. m. rex . same m. King on horseback. &c. m. christo avspice regno. LOT 559 Half Crown.. d. 18). no plume rev. no ground and no : :. 560 Half Crown. fr. York Mint. very fine and equally rare as the last 1 *** From the Dimsdale. . a very rare type [PI. Half Crown. but the horse is somewhat larger. Silver. et. Snelling. but struck 1 (lot and very rare *** From 563 the Hugh Howard. 562 Cuff. 494). carolvs. extremely fine and :.

type.m. both crowned (Bud. all very fine . xxi. and similar type. the nose and eyes of the lion are not shown in the garniture of the shield. well preserved as lot 561. Plain shield. rev. and 2 and . another. type and legends as the last coin. Half Crown. very fine and a rare variety 1 568 Half Crown. and type as the Shilling. Sixpence. Plain square shield on cross fourchee. xxi. ebor above (Bud. type. and obv. 1 *** From 571 Half Crown. between c. &c. flower in each fork. et. same m. no. both crowned . m. m. Threepence.. both rare 2 565 Half Crown. lion on both sides. Oval shield with garniture decorated with head and paws of lion. behind. 9). with plain square shield on rev. crowned.. ebor . 497). R.. m. m. pi. 1 498). same m. and obv. type and legend as between his legs.78 564 Half Crown. different. and type horse (Bud.. as the last coin. same m. extremely fine 1 and rare 572 Shilling. large flower before and after avspice. and crown differently ornamented. same m. flower before and after avspice. crowned.. and on rev. 4). and type as the last coin. Suppl. rev. extremely fine and rare 1 569 Half Crown. Oval garnished shield..m. rare 3 * No. Bust of King in lace collar and armour to left . xxi. but with different floral ornaments before and after avspice. 9). m. Oval garnished shield. very fine and rare 1 567 Half Crown. m. in fair condition but has been tooled on obv. above the shield.. m. King on tall . 8). same m. same m.pl. 1 from the York-Moore and Brice collections 3 from the Shepherd and Brice collections. but on rev. but with horse's tail visible . but on rev. but the crown is being frosted and ornamented with pearls. obv. extremely fine and rare 1 lion on both sides. same m. and spirited horse below. ebor (Bud. very fine and very rare in this state lion on both sides. pi. usual legend with mag. both crowned . 2). but with ebor under horse (Hks. &c. 4). m. very fine and rare the Shepherd (lot 364) and Brice collections. lot 565. xxi. type as the last coin. FRAN. m. but on the rev. (Hks. (Hks. m. between c. 496). same m. crowned. same m. m. pi. but with small floral ornament between two rosettes before and after avspice. m. 566 Half Crown. XII. same obv. brit. and type as lot 566. and crown above shield ornamented with pearls. the nose and eyes of which are shown legend christo. and the inside of the crown is frosted (Rud. between c R. (Hks. but no ground under . m. *** From the York-Moore and Brice 570 collections. V. pi. HIB. . and nos. R.

but on the reverse of the Sixpence no letters. m. 3 *** No. lozenge (ib. three pellets before christo and after each word. but no line under horse. and no. but on the reverse of the Shilling the shield is oval and garnished and with pi. above shield. triangle over anchor on obv. rn. Bergne and Brice collections . 5). triangle (stops. usual bust of King with lace collar and armour . as in the last lot. m. 1 and considered unique the Sainthill and *** From Webb (lot 564) collections. same m. with no line . the horse large stop after each word of legend on both sides. brit.79 573 Shilling. pi. and no. but of very coarse work. ebor (Bud. four pellets after regno (Bud. D. regno. lion on both sides. ebor underneath and on the Sixpence there is a rosette before and after j AVSPICE." an attempt has been made to classify them according to the mints. Tower Type* 576 Half Crown. xxi.. . triangle in circle on rev. on rev. plain line (Briot's type) rev. crowned. well preserved and rare 1 578 Half Crown. both rare * * No. xxi. &c. # 2 Uncertain Mints. 4). * In " uncataloguing the coins. m. m. 574 Shilling. at which their prototypes were issued. Silver. Square shield on cross fourchee . as in the previous lot. Sixpence and Threepence. carolvs. fine. which are attributed by Hawkins and others to certain mints. similar type and legends to the last coin. 3 all very fine and rare from the Durrant. pi. m. obv. *#* No. 7). . similar type and legend to the last under horse. very fine and rare collections. King on horseback below. and on rev. 3 from the Neville- Eolfe collection. 2 from the Shepherd and Brice collections . xxi. well preserved . . at sides of shield (Bud. lozenges). c R." " like a buffalo fine. pi. AVSPICE. MAG. on rev. 6) 1 . r coin. m. m. another. Bergne and Brice from the Neville-Rolfe collection. at each side. . in circle. 2 575 Shilling. 1 from the Neville-Kolfe collection. but with Oval garnished shield. two pellets after each word of legend on obv. triangle on ok. no. christo.m. . and below. 1 from the Durrant. . ebor . which is of the Tower type . xxi. fine and very rare 577 Half Crown. 1 Oval garnished shield.. rev. Sixpence and Threepence. G. similar.

as Hks. IX] 1 : : "%* From the Bergne and Marsham 582 (lot 665) collections. tun. horizontal plume. lis. and plume. m. and another. flower on obv. tun. Shilling. Bud. m. well preserved and extra 1 rare. very %* From rare. but on the second coin there is no inner word 584 on either side. m.m. preserved and interesting coins rev. triangle. 21). but with peculiar bust and crown of King.. *** Shilling. rev. well preserved and rare 3 Nos. Oval garnished shield. christo. ET. rev. G. portcullis. rex. Rud. with m. Aberystwith Type. Oval garnished shield (see Hks. Small figure of King on large horse . Oblong shield with c R at sides (comp. m. another. 12). but on Plain square shield without cross fleury . p in circle. Oval garnished shield . well preserved obv. and on the third. m. &c. Plain square shield on cross fleury. with rev. rev. obv. MAGN. six or five pellets after each of rev.. holding sword over shoulder . reading ma br fr et hi . m. legend. rev. m. obv. being struck on a piece of metal lozenge-shaped shield with c R *** From the 580 Shilling. 1 and 2 from the Webb collection. . m. m. carolvs d g ma br fr et. similar obv. of better work than the similar coin in last lot. plume on head of horse . m. rev. no. King on horseback. &c. all rare and interesting coins. Plain square shield on cross fleury. 1 . CAROLVS. Rude bust King. christo. rev. CHRISTO &c. to. same type. hib. REX. m. m. bell. carolvs d g ma b frit(sm) : rex. m. m. pi. XIX. and in fair condition : 3 : : 581 Shilling. and of fine work. m. m. m. Bust of King large. (3). FRAN. obv. RX for 4 *** Nos. fine. Large bust of King . Bust of peculiar work . Sixpence. Oval garnished shield.. no ground rev. pi. D. Threepence. Webb collection (lot 413. tun on rev. Plain square shield on . 585 Half Crown. no ground or plume . and reading on rex. harp (?). another. &c. 14). open book on rev. triangle in circle. only. and head piercing inner circle . and on rev. HIB. 1 and 2 from the Webb collection. m. and another. horizontal anchor. christo cavspice (sic) regno. well 3 *** All from the 583 Shillings circle Webb collection. m. all interesting pieces. same types as in the preceding lot. 10s. 482). tun. fine and rare [PI. m. m. m. : at sides (rev. of £20. Bust of King crowned. xx. Eude bust of King . and Half Groat. . m. m. unpublished the Shepherd collection (lot 394).80 579 Half Crown. m. tun. same type as last lot . Oval garnished : : : : : : . BRITAN. Oval garnished shield surmounted by large plume (comp.). cross fleury rev..

fine. . rude bust of King on small horse. Half Crown. no. the shield is smaller. Half Crown.. which is surmounted by a small crown . and on the rev. Half Crown (lot 439) with same m. hib. plume and reading mag.. King on horseback. fine and excessively rare 1 %* the Bergne (lot 767) and Brice collections. m. only. horizontal gerb onrev. m. (stops. but with large and spirited horse on obv. fra. belongs to Chester. 507). ground under horse (Oxford type) . cinquefoil pierced on rev. m. the paws only of the lion are seen in the garniture of the shield. attributed to Exeter. and that on the rev. christo &c. there is chequered ground with grass under the horse. plume on obv. 11). not crowned (Bud. HIB. concordia. Coventry Type (?). the legend on the obv. Large oval shield. m. reading MAG. m. m. If is the attribution of the correct. xxvi. reading mag. : King on horseback with flowing mantle . &c. crowned . behind. and on rev. fine and very rare *** From the Gibbs collection. should be compared with lot 450. m. obv. fine. hi. similar type and legends as the last coin. et. brit. not crowned. m. well preserved and extremely rare *+* From the Marsham collection (lot 641). King on horseback. in lace collar rev. fra. regna (comp. Oval garnished shield. King and armour . 587 Half Crown. The obv. between four pellets. pi. et. obv.81 586 Half Crown. FRAN. From G . usual type. 505). rev. m. 1 fine and very rare 588 "%* From the Marsham collection (lot 640). of this coin is of the Oxford type . at sides c R. but the rev. ends RX . m. Hks. Oblong garnished shield. hi . * \ 590 Threepence. but on the . and with garniture of lion's skin (comp. rather rude work. He also thought that the coin may have been 592 struck after Charles's death. similar type to the precoarse worl. Eud. roses). 1 rrit. &c. open book on both ceding coin. rev. christo. Exeter Type (1). 1 589 Half Crown. Montagu's attribution. m. but on the obv. 20). m. only. pi. ET. Plain square shield. two obv. the piece also 591 Half Crown. crowned. 6 . behind. holding sword inclined forwards . rev. 1 &c. similar type to the last coin. sides. small lis on obv. but similarly garnished (Hks. Hies. bri. CHRISTO. Chester Type. only. of . Bust of m.. 1 obv. christo. but of and apparently struck over an Oxford " Declaration" piece *** From the Webb collection. reads florent. very well preserved and very rare From the Street and Marsham (lot 651) collections. f. m. unpublished c's on both sides *%* This is Mr. small rose. m.

" the " Declaration reads rel same type as PRO &c. is uncertain. below. m. plume . behind. below. " Declaration in two lines. below. well preserved and rare collection. . &c. plume on obv. above. very fine.. 3). : : : : : : (comp. : : : : . on the rev. 1646. but REL PRO &c.. as the preceding coin . 1643 (see Hks. relig PROT LEG ANG liber PAR. 1645.m. m. xii. and there is a : : plume below the date. m.. exvrgat. . plume lot 595. : : : : : : : : : fine and very rare. King on horseback. m. Bust of King in deep lace collar . plume . rev. exvrgat.Young type. m.. 1645. centre one large. and type as the last coin. obv. but small rev. behind. but not of such fine work 1 598 Shilling. : : : : : : 595 Half Crown. being double-struck the obv. m. m. another plume. small plume . the legend begins at top of coin and under "Declaration. plain line and date 1646 . "Declaration. 35). no. (commencing at top of coin). 1646. below. (see Hks.82 Oxford Type. onobv. none on rev. above." date 1645 and letter A. and Brice collections. 1645. 1645 and the A. plumes [PI. 1643. &c. rev. but no plume before head of king. but small plume behind King reading MAG BR FR et. m. m. very fine and extra rare 1 X] *** From Marsham collection (lot 662). m. : : well preserved and rare. . 1646. pi. King on horseback . A on rev. commencing at top of coin. exvrgat " devs: &c.. three plumes. Half Crown. obv. plume on obv. very rare 1 Half Crown. 35). A reading MAG brit fr et. hib . xn .. m.. fine 597 but chipped. "Declaration" in three lines. Snelling. double scroll ornament and three plumes.. same rev. 593 Half Crown.. hib . below. plume on both sides. A on rev. Halliburton. same m. very rare. behind. above. no. 1 *** From the Marsham . fine and very rare *** From the Street and Marsham (lot 658) collections. m. and of fine work 1 *** From 596 [PI. Half Crown. the " Declaration " reads &c. and reading rel 1 prot LE AN Li PA (Hks." rel LE AN LI PA in two lines . X] the Bergne (lot 769).. prot devs. same type as the preceding coin. m.m. unpublished • 1 *** From 594 the Marsham collection (lot 657). but on the rev. before. no. plume on obv. 599 Shilling. 9). and on rev.

4). and plain line " above " Declaration "%* No. 1646. Hks. but rev. 1646. m. represented (comp. but above "Declaration. 1646. Oval shield crowned. plain and date 1646 (Eud. on obv. exvrgat. : "%* From the Bergne tions. m. m. as Sixpence in last lot. exvrgat. and very rare 1 j *** From the Marsham collection (lot 652. double scroll ornament and three plumes. m. 604 Half Crown. carolvs.83 600 Shilling. . the paws only lets). &c. 603 Groat. Halliburton -Young and Brice collecidentification of this and the following coins with Salisbury is based on the Half Crown reading SA under the horse and figured in Hks. and it reads rel : prot : for rel PRO : :." unpublished. (commencing at top of coin). only. b on obv. behind. G 2 1 . 2 from the Webb collection. The (lot 760). only. between obv. . to lot 604. same type. see note in that Catalogue as to the attribution to Salisbury of this piece. but "Declaration" rel pro &c. same type. " Declaration " in three lines &c. with plume rev. plume on both sides. &c. another. 502. there is a small lis before legend and after each word. 1 602 Sixpence. The rev. same type but on the fine. and no. xn . and no plain line. pi. . fine but clipped. (Bud. both very fine and rare 2 . fine and rare . type is copied from the Weymouth This attribution seems a very probable one. the centre one above. plume over BR (?) onobv. 1646. date 1646. five pellets : annulets on tail rev. Bust of King in lace collar before. 605 Half Crown. but the plumes above the larger. xxrv. 7) Threepence. X] 1 : helmet between &c. .. 1646. : double line scroll ornament and three plumes above j and below. m. five lis . : .m. and below. King on horse with christo &c. as the last " Declaration " are coin. rev. 1646. m. Threepence. 10s. m. F. " 1646. same type. " Declaration " rel prot &c. and on the rev. 502). extremely fine and very rare [PI. similar type no ball under horse. m. m.. the shield is garnished. plain line and date 1646.. but not with lion's skin lis and annulet after christo and avspice. pellets Half Crown. also as last. large ball . m. m. as the preceding coin and same obv. ra. similar. coins. large . small plume . m.m. very fine and rare 1 601 Shilling. D G long flowing below. rev." one plume only. &c. plume. but three plumes above Declaration. very rare *** From Lord 606 Jersey's collection. the first and last fine. Salisbury Type(1). the king wears large spur . the second in good condition 3 but no m. : : . m.). but lis between four on obv. obv. plume on obv.pl. 1 from the Brice. below. (stops annu- on obv. £13. m. Bust of King in deep lace collar . the garniture of lion's skin. before. 1 somewhat clipped.

Neck and Webb (lot 561) collections. only : obv. and the m. obv. christo. rev. m. Shilling. Threepence. below.. three plumes without lower bands very fine .84 607 Half Crown. 1 608 Half Crown. lis between four pellets on obv. same type as the Shilling. crowned. m. the second fine also connects lis as the Sixpence. first and type. lis lis only on dbv. them with the preceding Half Crowns. &c. No. . Shrewsbury Type. lis between four annulets. and no. EXVRGAT &c. m. three fine plumes without bands above. Rude represenobv. but no lis in garnion rev. same type as the last coin but only after each word of legend.. 610 Half Crown.. effaced.] the Murchison and Shepherd (lot 393) collections. (commencing at " " in two lines. " " Declaration in three lines. m. the 3 *#* The different varieties connect all these three coins.. m. very rare. below. m. m. ture of shield and rev. lis on obv. 1644 (Hks. as Threepence. m. same m. King on tall horse and holding short sword . 2 is from the Webb. (stops annulets) Oval shield. and Half Groat. X] 1 %* From the Bergne (lot 762) and Brice collections. &c. 1644. extremely fine and very : rare [PL X] . helmet between two annulets on RX for rex obv. ang liber pa . and one after avspice. D G MAG. BRI FR ET HI REX. 509). . unpublished and fine 1 %. Weymouth 612 Type. plume without lower band on both sides. 1 *** From 611 and very rare [PL X. 3 from the Marsham collection. but the shield is garnished with and last well preserved.. divided by dotted line Declaration top of coin). m. : : : : : : : . but ground under horse and on rev. but of rather coarse work and extremely 1 *** From the Wakeford collection. 1643. and type as the preceding coin. rev. m. CHRISTO.m. above. m.. 1643. garniture of lion's skin. . rev. on rev. rev.m. CAROLVS tation of king on horseback rev. on obv. Half Crown. Oval shield garnished with lis. Shilling. Bust of King in plain collar and armour. . : . Bust of King EXVRGAT DEVS relig prot lib. . m. the shield is more circular and there are three annulets after christo. on rev. &c. plume without band on in large laced collar. same m. very fine and rare [PI.* From 609 the Wigan. . m. DISSIPENTR: INIM.

m. obv. plume .. armour and with badge attached to ribbon . m. m. " Declaraafter prot j above. star before and after AVSPICE. two lis in garniture . X] the Bergne (lot 755) and Brice collections. christo.85 613 Half Crown. boar's head (1) and ± on rev. m. &c. has no mint 619 Shilling.. on obv.. collar Shilling. devs. m. the horse has a long mane . Bust of King in plain collar. but letter on the obv. three large 1 it * * This * t plumes. and varieties connect these coins with the previous Half Crowns.. m. four pellets tion rev. and on rev. four pellets on rev. m. and three annulets after regno. and rare but there are three pellets after regno . and lion rampant before and after avspice. and the shield on the rev. figure of king larger. no m. same m. fine. on the rev. but with two lis and no lion's skin . well preserved and very rare Shilling.. type. obv. fine 1 617 Half Crown. Square shield with (two paw above and at each side. but horse smaller.. lion rampant on rev. but well preserved 1 *** The arms 615 of Weymouth were a lion rampant and a castle. but slightly clipped and rare 1 . very fine and very rare in this state [PI. 1643. 1 616 Half Crown. rosette before and after avspice. on horseback . helmet on rev. lis Bust of King as christo avspice regno . fine and excessively rare 1 %* 620 From the Bergne and Marsham (lot 664) collections. rev. lis on obv. fine and very rare is precisely the same type as lot 558. obv. lion's 2 *** Both from the Webb collection.. and on the rev. fine and rare m. Half Crown. castle on obv. similar type to the preceding coin but horse and rider of coarser work. &c.m. exvrgat. of better work. garnished. 8. same type and same shaped shield as the no m. m. m. rev. no. . obv. Oval garnished shield Sixpence. 1643. effaced 1 %* 618 From Half Crown. The m. &c. star before and after avspice (Hks. same type as lot 615.. reading rex . and armour. and rare last coin. Oval garnished shield . lis before and after avspice. . m. as the preceding coin. but the king and horse are of far better work. below. m. m. Large bust of the King in plain . " in two lines. star before and after avspice. m. 614 Half Crown. small shield on obv. but wearing badge . King behind. same type as lot 613 . m.. described from this coin). and annulets after avspice).

same as in last lot. Bust of King in large reading MAG.. obs. two lis in garniture. obv. by whom it was exhibited It was in the Stuart Exhibition held at the New Gallery in 1889. to. Castle with flag on central tower . lozenge between four pellets before and after avspice. fra. of the York type to. not garnished.. type. 138| grs.A. &c.. very fine and 1 [PL X] *** From Lord to. (stops. by Bath King-at-arms. garniture of lion's skin. 1648.86 621 Shilling. obv.. Jersey's collection. j lace collar shield. (Bud. Long square obv. F. to. very 1 and unique [PL XI] *** This extremely interesting piece was purchased by Mr. carolvs secvndvs above. rev. Bust of King in plain collar and armour. Unite or Sovereign. 622 one pear with ornament of four pellets at each side on Shilling. 626 Unite Sovereign. two York Type. rev. rev. Bart. xxix. and surmounted by c e. wt.. &c. : : : : : . reading MAG BRIT FR ET HI rev. obv. . .S. lis (?). Montagu of Mr. 623 ***' Half Crown. garniture of and exceedingly rare 1 [PL X] *** From the Webb and collection. Oval shield. Oblong to. the weight of which coin is 140| grs. very well preserved 1 and very rare 625 Shilling. cinquefoil pierced on . three on . crowned. but well preserved ± and four pellets after each word of and very rare legend. H. crowned. 12). Geary Milner Gibson Cullum. SIEGE PIECES. crowned.. not crowned unpublished . spero. given T. Cambridge.. CHRISTO. to. back. lion passant on both sides . BRIT. similar to the preceding rev. shield. dvm : : spiro: : . 2 *** Both from the Webb collection. CHARLES I CHARLES II. obv. at sides c R. &c. Temp. to Sir Thomas G. pellets on obv. e. .. christo. and was for many years exhibited in the Library of fine It was intended to pass current as a Trinity College. right. divided by Sixpence. christo. cubes). R below or octagonal.pl. rev. p C on . mouth of cannon. to. rev. King on horsechristo. Gold. &c. to. castle on both sides. Square shield with lis j similar to the preceding coin and same obv. Oval lion's skin. pontefract. fine and scarce 624 Half Crown. Barnwell. large head . King on horse1 back. but on rev. rev. fine crowned.. Cullum. on left. rex . garnished shield. Worcester Type. to. to. Large crown with c. lion's paws at sides. to. m. F. rev. 1648 (Charles II).

xxix. fine and extremely rare From the Marsham collection (lot 668. same type as the Three Shillings. obs. *** 628 Shilling. 633 Three lines Shillings. oblong. obv. 1 *#* From 634 the Bergne (lot 781) and Brice collections. 1645. extremely rare 1 and unpublished *** From the Cuff and Marsham 631 (lot 694) collections.. Beeston. wt. 1 xxvin. above and below.) *** (comp. plain (comp. I). :• 1645. well preserved and very rare "%* From the Devonshire. 81 grs. 1645.. Hastings (lot 507) and Addington collections. 1 oblong. 1645. type as the preceding piece . xxix. c R *• -xii. Bud. Seven pence. pi. obv. in three 4). (?). Large crown. 5). same . wt. £36). octagonal nearly round. rev. 87| grs. 53| grs. xxix. irregular shaped. : carl. as the last piece and same rev. (Bud. . obv. 1 1). Bud. . under crown •. 627 Eighteenpence. and extra rare fine 237| (Bud. 629 same type as lot 627. collections. showing impress of representation of Beeston castle. 1645. pi. but under castle S only.. with tower at each side and gateway but showing impress of obv.pl. on previous pieces . (comp. Hastings and Na»h collections. I). but on obv. lot 632. *** Shilling. • * * # From the Cuff. but below castle 1 \. oblong. lot 633. 3 and 5).. below. : : •. From the Marsham collection (lot 670. pi. Castle as rev. obv. as the Three Shillings. Bud. 630 Elevenpence below. obv. 14). fine and very rare 1 *** From the Martin. . below. (Bud. same obv.87 Silver. octagonal nearly round. Rough rev. 78 grs. wt. Shilling. 632 Three Shillings. wt. same as the preceding. pi. pi. anemone. Castle \ °. 1645.. obv. wt. 79 grs. below mips . in two lines. Brown and Addington obs wt. £25. xxvin. (Bud. wt. circular. vii. 1 635 Shilling. beneath which c R between two anemones . but on the rev. 10s. xxvin. fine and extremely rare From the Martin. anemone. 236J grs. wt.in two lines. xxvin. xxvin. centre 134 grs. circular. fine and very rare collections. 3). II . plain rare triangular. : (Bud. below rev. CARL grs. Hall. fine and excessively 1 *** From the Hugh-Howard and Brice Carlisle. fine and extremely rare 95J grs. in wt. pi. Brown and Addington collections.

obv. 1 *** From the Gibbs 645 Shilling. usual types. (Bud. wt. pi. rev. wt. Shilling. dvm : spiro flag in central spero. 8. pi. lozenge-shaped. 9. Bergne 643 Shilling. Representation of a castle in incuse. all reading Newark.. xxix. extremely 1 fine and very rare %* 644 106 From the Brice collection. 1 66| grs. piece. wt. 10). 92|- same type and legend as the preceding (Bud. 1645. 636 Sh i 1 1 i ng. same type as the preceding piece and apparently struck from the same dies.. and as on the last piece the letters c R are larger. on left. a very fine set. very fine and excessively rare 1 *#* From the Devonshire. XI] "%* From the Bergne (lot 787) and Brice 1 collections. 639 Half Crown. 1648. but of rather coarse work . 1648. incuse of obv. Castle with obv. : obs. xxix. on right. 1648. 3 640 Ninepence. XI] *** From the Bergne (lot 784) and Addington collections. (comp. lozenge-shaped. but octagonal . hand holding sword. same type as lot 642. usual types pi. pi. 1648. lozenge-shaped. with c. rev. circular. Shilling and Ninepence. Crown tower . grs. . 1 637 Shilling. 1645. the last piece shows the original granulated marks on the silver 4 PONTEFRACT. being in large letters. very well preserved and rare collection. but wt. wt.. 111| grs.88 Colchester. pi. grs . 7. but the former reads 3 newarke rare and a Shilling with plain reverse. the last piece very 641 Half Crown. below. above P C. all very fine Shilling and as Bud. 10). From its weight this piece must be a Ninepence. 638 Ninepence. extremely fine and very rare [PI.. . Ninepence and Sixpence. very fine and extremely rare From the Bergne (lot 783) and Brice collections. 1 very fine and exceedingly rare [PI. 642 Two Shillings. fine. (Bud. R below . xxix. around Carolj Fortuna resurgam . fine and "%* From the Marsham collection (lot 676). 83 grs. Bud. *** octagonal. Newark. 152 grs. xxvin. wt. . similar type and legends as lot 642. 1646. The standard weight would be 69f grs. lot 636. octagonal. the c R on obv. 8). Shilling. same type and legend extra rare as the Shilling. as in last lot. . 83 grs. xxix. 7). (lot 788) and Addington collections. all reading Newark. 1648. wt.

XXIX. 654 Five Shillings. in fair condition. . pi. in fair condition and exceedingly rare in this form 1 *** From the Marsham collection (lot 686). dew for DEVS wt. octagonal . Castle with flag : : . obv. &c. wt. rare 649 *** From the Walpole. 13). Castle with flag in central tower on left. obv. (Rud. Hastings (lot 518. mouth 1648 : (Charles . very fine.(var. bl\ grs. well 1 *** From 648 the Marsham collection (lot 683). obs above. 1648 (Charles II). (Rud. same type and legends as on the last coin. Shilling. extremely fine and very rare [PI. Scarborough. carol II D G MAG II). very fine and very rare 1 651 Shilling.. but struck 1 on a larger flan. . as lot 646. 11). DEVS DEDIT 1648 rev. obv. same type and legends as the but reading on obv. similar to lot 650. 59 grs. and wt. but struck on a lozenge-shaped flan. £44) collections. below... 3). square. of fine work %* 650 From the Devonshire. (Rud.89 646 Shilling. XI] 653 *** From the Leckenby collection. plain. 1648. pi. Large obv. in pi. 71^ grs. 99 grs. P XII. Holmesdale 1 and extremely rare of this shape and Marsham (lot 684) collections. dvm spiro spero. legend. on right. cut out (comp.. 93 grs. below. left. very fine j : :. wt. pi. rev. 73^ grs. £30) and *** 1 Marsham (lot 690. central tower. wt. of cannon. 12). 1648. Castle with flag in central tower . pi. circular. well preserved and rare collection. 652 1 and very rare SPIRO spero. HANC rex. lozenge-shaped. on right. same type as the preceding piece. : : .. extremely fine of a large plate or dish From the Martin. Rud. 292 grs. Shilling. same type as the last coin. Castle with rev. lozenge-shaped. with flag in central tower of castle.. &c. : : : : . xxix. PC. Shilling. wt. 1648. two high towers and gateway on but showing impress of obv. crown above c R rev. 1648. 1648 (Charles II). . wt. OBS. 1 * * # From the Maynard 647 Shilling. : : : : : B : F : et H : : : . DVM Shilling. it is also of smaller size and of the unusual preserved and very rare wt. xxix. octagonal. Rud. 1 xxix. . 1648. POST MORTEM PATRIS PRO FILIO. 11).White collection. lozenge-shaped. Crown with c R (large letters) below . but there is no flag in the central tower of the castle . Shilling. wt. CAROLVS secvndvs 1648. 69| grs. on left. octagonal Crown above legend in three lines. and of excessive rarity. same type. and two pellets after each word in obv. 70 grs. xxix. last coin 1648 (Charles IT).

663 Unite.m. hexagonal. wt. pi. usual view of Scarborough castle below.. vi .d. with. but s only below . 4).. wt. xiv. 1649. OB 1 Scarborough 1645. plain reverse. commonwealth. Suppl. £31). 1649. very fine and excessively rare *** From the 656 Cuff. f n! wt. on the reverse is engraved -in letters of the time. 657 Two Shillings. oblong. very fine and extremely rare but showing slight impress of 1 *** From 659 the Martin. but showing impress of pi. wt. 8). Bud. Suppl. square. Shield of St. (comp. but showing slight impress of obv. m. date 1650. Gold. 4). pi. Fifteen Pence. 1649-1660. Hastings and Brice collections. plain reverse. 1 and extremely rare The *** From the Pembroke. similar design of castle with obv.. irregular shaded.. pi. weights of the Scarborough pieces are somewhat irregular (see following coins).m. a. . below.. pi. 154 grs.xx. fine. Shields of St. but of below. oblong. COMMONWEALTH. the. plain. \. collections. oblong. 662 Unite or Twenty Shillings.. rev. 11). (comp. XT] 1 . England. vi.90 655 Two Shillings (?). Ireland . hexagonal. plain reverse. 1 grs. struck on a piece of silver cut out of the edge of a plate 1 "%* From 660 plain. same type as the preceding piece . same m. xxix. rev. well preserved 70 grs. . 107 grs. obv. George within wreath of palm and laurel. VI. rev. . This *#* coin is composed of a double piece of metal turned over at the top.. wt. style . (Bud. below. Martin. Shilling. very fine. S II . 102 grs. god. 1650. the Hugh Howard and Bud. and of very great rarity 43 grs. extremely fine [PI. of. sun. Hastings and Brice collections. obv. Hastings (lot 522) and Addington collections. Sixpence. . different and more crude 188 Wigan and Brice View of castle. vs. excessively rare. View of castle as before on right. obv.. George and 1 above. 658 One f Shilling ix and Ninepence. xxix. and a very rare date *** From the Brice collection. Partial view of castle as before wt. Martin. Half Crown. (Bud. wt. similar type to the last coin. fine. 134 grs. fine and extremely rare From the Devonshire. Brice collections. but below. as the preceding coin. very fine and extremely 1 rare *** From the Marsham 661 collection (lot 691. 1 *** From the Martin. and type. Hastings and Brice collections. 9). similar to lot 654. \ x ^ . (Bud.

extremely fine .m. 1 and date 673 Crown or Five Shillings. m. 126). and an unpublished date * * From the # Wyndham collection.m. %* 668 Half Unite or Ten Shillings. date 1660. same m. 1654. date 1651 . legend. m. same type as the Unite. same type as before . above shields on rev. G. but mark of value.x. Half Unite. m. date 1660 1 {Ken. 1654. m. . the Brice collection. 1 Unite. date 1 1654. date 1657. 167). same m. anchor. "%* From the Nash 670 Half Unite. m. very fine. date 1649 {Ken. 128). same type as the Unite. Unite. m. p. fine. very clipped. legend {see Ken. m. who says there are no dots). and type. very fine 1 *** From 669 J. but mark of value. date 1650. and type. 1 XI] collection. m. 1660. sun. same m. Half Unite. extremely fine 1 [PL XI] *** From 675 the Wigan and Brice very rare date collections. very fine 1 674 Crown. obv. m. fine. p. type and variety as the preceding coin . legend {see Ken. date fine but slightly 1 666 1657. 1654. m. 1657. same m. 1650. H. 1649. . same m. pellet side of mark of value {Ken. but no stops in date 1657. and a rare variety 1 *** From 671 J. well preserved. 1649. fine. and type "%* From 665 date 1651. Half Unite. and type as before. a very rare date Unite. and type as the last coin . same m. as the last coin. same m. and type very rare date date.. 127). on either 1650. m. m.m. . fine. date 1654. and type extremely fine [PI. date 1650. same m. and a 676 Crown. 1651. same m. a 1 and unpublished of the this denomination *** From 672 Marsham collection (lot 696). and a rare 1 *** From the Brice 667 collection. 1660. m. . Crown. anchor. m. and dot before and after obv. m. and an extra rare date From the Brice collection. as before . James's collection.91 664 Unite. date 1649 . 1654. fine. 1 . 1651. Hall's collection. and type . 167. sun. usual type rare m. dots before and after obv. V over shields on rev.

1649. and type date 1651 (Rud. and seems struck for xxxi. XIV. and a rare variety \* 683 Another specimen of this year has the rare as the above one.) known specimen of but it I. Murchison (lot 351) and Addington *** with. 1 very fine.VI. m. mark of value .. this year is in the British Museum The only " . usual type. 374 and Num. p. m. m. 1).m.m. date 1654. 3).92 677 Crown. 1652. 1 well preserved and an exceedingly rare date pi. 1658. and type. xxxi. Crown.m. it is not so Half Crown. Rud. figure 6 smaller . date 1651. as the Crown. date 1655. pi. 1655. Shields of (Snelling. above. 1884. 859) and 685 Half Crown. m.m. and type . well preserved and unique of this date (see Hks. anchor. extremely fine and exceedingly rare. rev. obv..m. 3). Chron. which ends englan . George within wreath of palm and laurel . xvi. but no stops in obv. Silver. St. sun. and type. 6). and type. Durrant. p. very and a very 1 rare date 682 1656.II. 1651. legend. fine. very fine and extremely rare 1 *** From the Brice collection. same m. . a contemporaneous forgery " (see Hks. same m. vs. extremely fine. same m. date 1652 (Rud. collections. same m. pi. nearly equal to a Blondeau. and type. same type . plated and manifestly . XI] (lot *** From the Henderson. as the preceding coin.m.. 1 a Proof [PI. in this state very fine and rare 1 *** From 686 the Wyndham collection. xxxi. Crown. same m.V. and type as the preceding coin . date 1658 (Bud. Bergne Brice collections. m. 1649. m. date 1652. same m. the last figure large. very and a rare date 1 684 Half Crown. 680 Crown. England. (comp. Marshall. XI] 1 five From the Meymott. %* 201) From the 1 Wigan collection. 7). Half Crown. 679 Crown. GOD. but above pi. the. 681 1654. Shield of St. extremely fine 1 fine. m. date 1656. 1651. other is c. only four or other specimens known [PI. sun. shields on rev. same m. pi. commonwealth. 1652. of. 678 Crown. 1649. Cuff. . George and Ireland.

and probably a Proof *** From 688 the Trattle. The alteration in the last figure of the the same coin as the above. very fine. an extremely rare date " we have not seen one (a Shilling) of this date. m. date 1657 (Num. date 1656. nearly equal to a Blondeau. *^* From the Durrant. date 1660 a very rare date. same m. \* From the Brice collection. Half Crown. pi. 1 (comp. same type and legends as the Crown (lot but above shields on rev. 1657. Sixpence. same m. 201). and probably a unique piece of this date 697 Sixpence. Durrant. xxxi.93 687 Half Crown. same m. Sir W. Russell. j but above shields on rev. and type. m. very well preserved and an excessively rare date 1 \* 693 Hks. and not improbably a Proof *** From the Durrant. date 1656. p. Shepherd (lot 410) and Brice collections. Sixpence. and type in brilliant condition. exceedingly fine and 1 *#* From 692 the Brice collection. xxxi. same type and legends and a scarce date as the . m. date 1 1659. m. pi. mark of value. same m. 1884. 1 date 1651. 1649. &c. extremely fine. 1651. mark of value date 1649 1 (Bud. date this state 1 1651. 6). very fine. m. xvi. fine. and type." The above specimen is from the Wigan collection. 1656. lot collection. last figure 1 Sixpence. and rare in 695 Sixpence. anchor.. p. type and legends as the preceding coin . . same m. m. anchor. Murchison (lot 350) and Brice collections. 1659. Bergne and Brice 694 collections. date 1656 (Bud. as the preceding coin. xxxi. same m. and type rare in this condition . 1657. mentions only one the Stewart Thorburn collection. .vi. same type and legends as before. pi. 1660. Bud. collections. m.XII. Tutet to be in the Hunter collection. sun. Chron. the altered from a 6. . as before. 1651.m. Bergne and Brice 691 Shilling. 6).m. type. same m. m. and like lot extremely fine 1 684. but not well struck up 1 *#* From the Wakeford 689 Shilling. m. and type. 1649. date is clearly the work of the mint authorities. very fine.m. this slate 8). 1 and most rare in *** From 696 the Durrant..m. well preserved. and a date of the highest rarity *#* From Hks. m. 8). very fine. Shilling. 374 says but one is said by Mr. 1656. 1656. sun. This may be piece of this date as being in the Wakeford collection. date 1657. Shilling. *** From the Wakeford 690 collection. . Crown (see 678) pi. same type (Snelling. date 1649 678). . but slightly chipped at edge. m.

of • Shields of St. m. and Sixpences of same dates. 4 usual types. sun.). 1658. date 1660. • I • above shield . 1660. wt. m. first well preserved. Shield of St. sun. anchor. all very fine 4 . 6 grs. and Halfpennies (2).94 698 Shilling and Sixpence of 1652 j and Sixpence of 1651. the last a rare date 699 Shillings. m. and an exceedingly rare date for both pieces. George and Ireland .m. of St. fine. usual types. same • . 3 usual types. George within wreath . m. Shield of Ireland {one probably a pattern. anchor. very well preserved.m. George rev. usual types.m. 2 both well preserved and a rare date 703 Half Groat. II palm and laurel. above. m. with m.m. especially the second one 2 701 Shilling and Sixpence. 1653 and 1654. Shield rev. the second fine and a scarce date the 2 702 Shilling and Sixpence. all very well preserved 700 Shilling and Sixpence. sun. type but . 1655. Penny. usual types.

type and legends as the Half Crown. extremely fine and extremely 1 * * XI] Wigan and Brice collections. Maydwell. extremely fine and very rare 1 *** From 708 the Brice collection. LOT 704 Half Crown. 2). 1651. ENGLAND . obv. From the Tyssen. trvth fecit. but edge inscribed in. Brice. same m. pi. {Rud. 1651.. Shield of St. Durrant. angeles. blessing. and. • VI .m. England. George and Ireland supported by an angel edge inscribed. by Blondeau. 1651 (Snelling. 3). Parker. 7). lot 704 . by Blondeau. by. mark of value. same m. xxxi. third. and type as the last coin. Shields of St. Half Crown. 1651.. Shilling. rev. m. very rare. but on rev. gavrded.. xxxii. equally fine and 1 perhaps rarer than the preceding piece [PI. laurel. gods. George within laurel wreath. George within wreath of palm and . vi. xxxi. m. with. and considered specimen known *** From the Pembroke. wealth. edge milled (Rud. Bergne (lot 880) and Addington collections. Half Crown. (Bud. Bergne to be the finest 1 (lot 881) and Addington collections. 1651. . brilliant and extremely above. 705 Half Crown. {Rud. of. Shield of St. yeare. same m. 1651. Silver. 1651. lot by Blondeau.. of. the commonwealth . . m. Hall. Shields of St. m. peace. 707 Sixpence. pi. VI . . restored. . pi. 1651. common... XT] *** From 706 the Devonshire. edge milled. Trattle. xil above shield . sun of . xxxi. m. 5). vs. the. . pi. pi. (branch before and blond/EVS inventor after engraver's name). 14). THE. 1651. freedome.95 SIXTH DAY'S SALE COMMONWEALTH— continued. \ | j • \ 1 *** From the Long. type and legends as the 704 but on rev. Patterns. god. . George and IreII • land —petrvs rare and peace 1651 edge inscribed. Murchison and Addington collections. m. by Blondeau. with. trvth. by Ramage. rev. mullet on both sides obv. mark of value. rare [PI.

Square shield of the .. ANG. PL iv. extremely fine and of still Half Crown 1 * * * 711 From the Devonshire. edge inscribed. by Eamage. but struck on a thin this flan same type and legends as and with plain edge. last coin . Forster. pi. corona. SCO. trvth.. trvth. and. " in the North and Brice collections. 351^ in. 704.. + protector. literis. and 104). left. by Simon. {engraved in p. et. stops throughout. 710 Shilling. unpublished 1 *** From the Addington collection. trvth. et. very well preserved. 1 brilliant.* Gold. laureate. they must be considered all to be patterns. 3). m. 1. qv^eritvr. mullets. 97 grs. pi. {Eud. " A Lady Copper. this piece is rev.. pi. very fine and extremely rare 1 [PI. Wigan and Brice collections. by Blondeau. type and legends as the Half Crown and from the same dies. grs. Wigan and Brice collections. pi. 1651. lot sun. 1651. m. m.. by Eamage. hib 1656. but thinner and edge slightly engrailed. (Eud. peace. 1651. 1). probably the finest known and extremely rare [PI. Protectorate. . Durrant. . XI] W. edge inscribed. mullet on both and. m. sides . wt. XII] the Pembroke. and is a piedfort. m. by Eamage. Bust of Cromwell to obv. Sparkes. Shield George of Ireland. references are to Henfrey " Numismata Cromwelliana. m. salvs. peace. fine and 1 unique in metal %* From the Hawkins and Boyne collections.g. Shield of St. Edmonds. type and legends as the but edge plain. bello.rp. * * * Cat. . struck on a thick flan." From The * As there is no evidence that the coins of Cromwell were ever in circulation. OLIVER CROMWELL. wt. &c PRO. no drapery rev. wt. Sixpence.. peace. 713 THE FIFTY SHILLING PIECE. Henfrey. Trattle. olivar. obv. Patterns. 1651. nvmmis. Pemb. *** From the Tyssen. 1656. 132 grs.d. same m.. 712 Half Crown. 1651. liters. xxxil. greater rarity than the xxxn.. 19 . d. a. same m. crowned pax. 1656-1658. and.96 709 Half Crown.

7). 18. Broad. but without 140 grs. die ill. after HIB. 71. obv. with date 1656. pi. XII] Cuff. SIMON'S CROWN. 1658.5 grs. by Simon j same type and legends as the preceding coin. The only other known specimen of this coin in gold was in the Bieber H . lot 715. xxxn..p. Square garnished shield of the Protectorate. wt. 5). Bust to left. 1 (Bud. 107). by Simon and struck from the same dies .. Brice. nemo. rev. 3. d. (Eud. was same die as the Broad. brilliant and exceedingly rare 1 %* 717 From the Pembroke. This piece repaired. has. xiv. edge milled. 71. same type &c.97 714 same type and legends as the preceding coin 1656. It was evidently struck before the reverse die. hib . scarcely visible [PL XII] 1 *** From the Thomas. &c.1 grs.g. as it is from the is of the full weight of 718 Half Broad. by Simon . p. very fine and very rare 1 *#* From 720 the Brice collection.r. and struck from the same dies. brilliant crowned. 140. rev. but struck from a cracked *** From the Bieber collection (lot 236). &c PRO. but with plain edge. 71^ grs. peritvrvs. 1658. and same edge plain. but the edge is plain. brilliant and rare From the Pembroke. 1656. extremely fine and of the highest rarity. Murchison (lot 381) and Addington Half Broad. pi. rp. (Henfrey. by Tanner. wt.. Pt. iv. ang. olivar. Henfrey. very fine and extremely 1 rare. Parker. and the usual flaw on the obv. collections. type to &c. bello 1658. pi. hib 1658. BELLO. ill. edge inscribed. This piece is *** engraved in the Pembroke Cat. Durrant. Parker and Brice collections. (Henfrey. This differs from all Tanner's restrikes in having the correct date. PRO. ang. *** From the Maynard 719 Half Broad. 1656. and 1 rare [PI. SCO. pi. . adimat. laureate and draped . as the . 132). p. pax. precisely the same type and from the same dies as the preceding coin. Bust of Cromwell to left. g. obv. . pi. 1 from a repaired die and dated 1658 ill. {Henfrey. 72 (Henfrey. wt. *#* From 716 Tyssen. qv^eritvr. by Tanner j similar obv. 758 grs. wt. sco. 107). 2). Wigan and Brice collections. laureate. Square garnished shield of the Protectorate. very fine and very rare collection. nisi. and extremely the wt. the work of Simon. no drapery rev. d.. wt. and no dot after pro. Thomas. PAX. Duncombe and Addington collections. olivar.6 grs. crowned QVjERITVR. 715 Half Broad. IN GOLD. 1656. wt. pi. mihi. 4. Half Broad. last coin. edge milled. 1656. but the edge is milled. p. his coin (lot 715). . but grs. by Tanner the rev.

that Mr. Thomas. extremely fine and seldom found very fine. pro. the edge is also inscribed (Henfrey. XII] 1658. same type and legends (lot as the Crown 720)." . or even in good pre1 servation %* From the Kich. hi. brilliant and very rare 1 [PI. *** From the Brice 723 Crown. by Tanner. edge inscribed. with the flaw in the obv. and date date . but reading on the obv. 5). by Simon. 15 grs. same by Tanner. and was 1 oz. Crown. as the specimen in the Thomas collection weighed 1 oz. 1658.). 4).. In a MS. That pedigree is unquestionably wrong. legends and same inscription on edge as lot 720. collection.98 Lot 720 — continued. the Bieber coin formerly belonged to Mr. pi. Crown. . Half Crown. Bergne and Brice collections. 1656. extremely 1 fine and very rare. dies. known as the "Dutch Crown.. and in which catalogue it is stated to have formerly The Montagu coin and the Thomas belonged to Mr. extremely fine and rare in this state *** From 722 the Duncombe and Addington collections." same type. Cuff states coin are therefore the same piece. hib &c. this coin is 1656 . instead of sco. sold for £285. Addington at the Duncombe sale. which is thinner. extra rare of peritvrvs. (=758 grs. nisi. Till. has. note Mr. &c. iv. Precisely the same type and from the same scarcely 1 dies as the preceding coin. 2 and p. similar type and legends as Simon's coin. die visible. 721 Crown. &c. Till had a specimen but as no such coin appears in his Murchison and Bale collections. pro. same as the preceding coin plain. and weighs 1 oz. collection. Thomas. " coin is said to have been formerly in the Its weight is stated to be whereas the above specimen is 14 grs. Durrant. Silver. ET. heavier. (=710 grs. this pi. legend is upside down (Henfrey. 11 dwts. Loscombe. i by Simon. pi. 1658. lot 720. SCO. 142). hi. or practically the same as the Montagu one. (Henfrey. The Bieber It is very probable that catalogue he may have sold it privately. which was purchased by Mr. 11 dwts. 20 grs. IV. 1658. 9 dwts. said to have been executed in Holland style of lettering *%* From the Addington 725 collection. and the N in ang on obv. but struck after the dies had been repaired . 1885 (lot 127).). brilliant and from the 1 but with the edge and very rare 724 *x* From the Bergne (lot 886) and Brice collections. but varying slightly in the and head of Cromwell.

same type and legends as the preceding coin. same type and legends and from the same dies as lot 718. wt. 1 Two Shilling Piece. 4 and p. H 2 . hib. but reading on obv. Baker. 1 fine and extremely rare [PI. wt. same plain. 1658. XIV. lot 1656. (Bud pi. as the Shilling iv. Duncombe and Brice collections. XXXII. p. (see Bud. edge inscribed as before (Rud. pi. in all respects as the last piece and dies. XII] G. wt. (Henfrey. 1658. Wigan and Brice collections. wt. 146). by Tanner. pi. hib &c. I). by Tanner. 45 grs. type and legends nearly as the Crown.. 145). same type and legends and same date. Cuff. pro for SCO. extremely fine [PI. 146). 734 Half Broad. Edmonds. only a very few specimens known *** From 730 collections. edge plain. by Simon. wt. 3 . wt. by Tanner. edge plain. 1658. by Simon. edge milled (Bud. Though light may also have been intended for a Ninepence.. but with edge milled and struck on a smaller 1 (Henfrey. 1658. 1658.99 726 Half Crown. pro . but the edge is 1 51^ grs. XII] Duncombe and Addington collections. Murchison and Addington Ninepence same type and legends as the Crown (?). fine and very rare *** From the Hugh Howard and Brice collections. *** From the Brice 731 Sixpence. Shilling. by Tanner. and struck from the same dies. by Simon. 89 grs. but in the titles on the obv. 7). same from the same flan. fine and very rare 733 Broad. 153| grs. 85 grs. 96. fine 1 Sixpence. fine and very rare in silver 1 Copper. iv. fine and extremely rare [PI. edge engrailed. 7). extremely 1 *#* From 728 the Baker. brilliant and very rare in this state 1 *#* From 729 the Cuff. and date 1658. similar in all respects to the Crown. edge plain. same type and legends in all respects as 714. p. this Sixpence. XII] collection.5 grs. Henfrey. after hib is omitted . 1658.pl %* 727 From the xxxn. date 1658 . (Henfrey. pi. by Simon. 5). 1658. but reading hib for hi. date 1658 . as the last coin. pi. &c. very fine and very rare in *** From the Addington collection. 1658. 732 weight. and of the highest rarity. the Trattle. by Simon. SCO. by Simon.

m. m. without the &c. by Simon. brit. as the Unite. type and legends as lot 736. with mark of value. XII] %* From the Wigan and Brice collections. 1 fine but imperfectly struck. hair long.. Half Unite. but behind head of King mark of value xx . and on rev. and without mark of value on grs. extremely fine and rare [PI. It is there called a Halfpenny (see Henfrey. Bust of King to left. crown. 736 Unite or Twenty Shillings... FRAN. in brilliant condition and very rare [PL XII] *** From the Hastings 1 collection. . . (Rud. 137^ grs. legend reading hib. 10).. between C and R. Garnished shield crowned . 1658. laureate. carolvs. pi. Unite. Gold. . by Simon. behind head of King. wt. type and legends as the previous coin. and none before and after legend on rev. 1786. x. crown obv. same m. pi. extremely fine and rare 1 *** From the Wigan and Brice 737 collections. xiv. 140 grs. m. vi. same type lot 736. . pro. Sept. by Tanner. 2). 738 Unite. (Snelling. Ten and legends as the Unite. by Simon. usual type and legends as the Crown with laureate and draped bust of Cromwell. mag. 139 grs. m. FLORENT. 9)..d. m. in armour and mantle no numerals rev. but obv. g. 1660-1684. ii. 70 grs. xiv. Concordia. extremely fine and rare * From or the Wigan and Brice collections. wt. but there are no stops between words of legend on obv. same m. same m. very fine and rare 1 *** From the Brice 740 collection. pi. by Simon.100 735 Shilling. &c. (Rud.. ET. Mag. crowned. (Rud. type. m. Hammered Coinage. regna. d. m. probably unique * * ii the Gibbs collection. p. wt. 1 pi. hib. 19). by Simon. 70 Shillings. 145). lot 738. the letters of the legends are 1 smaller. From CHARLES a. wt. II. Oval garnished shield. 739 Half Unite obv. This is probably the same piece as is described and figured in the Gent. rex. xv.. wt.

XV. xxx. similar type and legends as the Unite. Plain square shield on cross fleury . m. and reading mag. carolvs. %* 742 specimen equal to a proof" and very rare From the Martin. m. and with mark of value. 7) of value. xxxiii. and similar type. 1 and *** From the Dimsdale. pi.. lot 736. Wigan and Brice Silver. unique specimen. xxxiii. Half Crown. et. extremely very rare collections. ii. . pi. mark of value. Brice describes this coin as " a magnificent and as to condition. 2nd issue. wt. m. of value or inner circles. obv. &c. and without mark usual type.. and inner circle on both 1 sides. m. rare no inner circles (Bud. reading br. both fine. fr. left. the finest %* 744 1 specimen known [PI. fine Simon. with mark of value. pi. King no mark of value or inner circle . mag. m. crown. xxxiii. XV. br. avspice. and " a most exquisite reading fr. as the Half Crown. type. BRIT. 1 from the Marsham. reading mag.) and Addington Crown. hib. Bergne (lot 897) and Brice collections. of value. &c." Shilling. V. Durrant. behind head of King. (Bud. behind head of King . on obv. 747 Shilling. by Simon. fr. Bust of in lace collar and armour . 11). without mark of value on obv. Mr. m. 4). rex. xxxiii. but the shilling slightly chipped 2 *** No. xn. fine and extremely 1 %* 745 From issue. pi. same m. crowned. extremely fine and rare *^* From the Hastings and Brice collections. usual type and m. to lot 743. pi. similar type and legends as the Unite.. 1st issue. perfectly circular struck piece %* 746 From the Devonshire. hib. crown. From Half Crown. m. 1). Murchison (lot 389. regno. wt. 2 from the Shepherd and Brice collections. 1 fr. the Marsham collection.. for FRAN. on obv. vi. and reading MAG. (Bud. 1). all the hammered silver coins are the work of Simon. hib. by lot 738. and Sixpence of same issue and type. and reading fra. g. extremely fine. 34 grs. Cuff. 8). crown. rev. pi. et. fran. with mark pi. in the most perfect and beautiful condition. fra. xxxiii. withm. and no inner circles . Bergne (lot 896) and Brice collections. . collections. of obv. 743 Half Crown. 1 £34. 6). same variety legend as last piece. xxx. the gold.101 741 Crown or Five Shillings. pi. brit. no inner circle (Bud. (Bud. (Bud. and no. 1st issue. as the last coin but on obv. et. . bri. xxxiii. m. to christo. m. (Bud. hair long. et. 2). 3rd but with mark and a same m. 2nd issue. hi. XII] Like the Durrant. et. for FRAN. d. hib. 35 grs. crown. (ib. m.

2 %* Both from the Hawkins and Cockburn collections. 7 the other BR. truncation pointed. . 1st issue . m. (2. bri. 754 Half Groat and Penny. large bust of King dividing legend. crown. rev. four c's interlinked in edge inscribed. and inner circles on both sides j reading mag. of value or inner circles. pi. hib.. same type. Bud. del gratia. rex. Small bust King. pi. . without marks of value or inner circles Half Groat and Penny of 2nd issue. Threepence. fra. also without mark of value. XII] *** From the Neville-Rolfe 750 1st issue. pi. usual type. with mark of value. fr. xxxiii. 749 Shilling. carolvs. of 4th issue (Maundy money 1). 5). on both sides and rare in . BR. 4th 755 issue. xv. with mark of value and inner circles. fr. issue. lovelock in front. 3rd issue. &c. one reading bri. with marks of value and inner fine. sceptre in each angle . fran. vi. 2nd and Maundy Groat and Half Groat. in form of cross centre . Half Groat and Penny. fr. dies of the Unite without mark of value. vicesimo. hib.). hib. and a rare set circles usual on both sides. collection. and without mark Sixpence. ii. (Bud. and Penny. xxxiii. 3rd types. et. mag. of obv. 1668. all very fine and desirable (lot pieces 8 %* 753 All from the Brice collection. 1st issue. Half Groats issue . mostly fine Cliches struck for the obv. (Bud. but reading brit. 3rd very fine issue. xxxm. 13)> this condition 1 752 %. and inner reading bri. xn. 3rd issue. Groat. ET.* From the Bergne Half Groat and Penny. Threepence. with mark of value. usual type and m. m. 1st issue. . Half Groat and Penny. all very 4 *** All from the Bergne and Brice collections. 901) and Brice collections. fra. fine and rare * * From the # Bergne (lot 898) and Brice 1 collections. . pi. Four shields. and Groat.102 748 Shilling. (PMd. DECVS.. (Bud. TVTAMEN. very fine 1 %* 751 circles From the Wigan and Brice collections.pl. Sixpence. a very 1 fine and round specimen [PI. fine and rare. 3). et. fra. et. 12). usual type. and Half Crown. extremely fine * ANNO. (comp. xxxiii. Milled Coinage. reading brit. hib. 1668. 756 Five Guineas.. as in lot 752. 12). crowned. as the last coin. with marks of value but no inner circles. elephant below. with m. Gold. REGNL 1 From the Brice collection. with marks of value and no inner circle . et.

tremely rare. date 1669. 6). but Two Guineas. 1684. quite equal to a proof collections. edge inscribed. sexto. fine and rare. same type. 1675. but no elephant under bust. edge inscribed. and same varieties. &c.pl. &c. with small bust of King. pi. trun- date 1675. probably a proof pi. &c. &c. with state 1676. edge milled with diagonal lines (Bud. DECVS. usual type.. Wigan and Brice collections. last piece. Bergne and Brice 760 Five Guineas. with large bust of King. xv. no lovelock . with large bust of King. Ken. Bergne (lot 930) and Brice collections. no type. Two Guineas. tricesimo. and 1679. . lovelock in front . brilliant and ex1 %* 763 From the Cuff. extremely fine and rare in this 765 Two Guineas. . &c. anno. cation lovelock. 1664. and exceedingly 1 *** Of 762 Mr. 134). but query a as the preceding coin. (comp. Montagu notes. date 1682 . type. truncation pointed. being a date not given by Kenyon 1 . cannot be finer" 1 *** From the 764 Cuff. very 1 *** From 758 the Murchison and Addington collections. on edge. in brilliant rare. a "superb specimen as from the dies. primo. in brilliant condition. same type as the but under bust elephant and castle. excessively fine and equal " to a proof. edge inscribed. usual rounded. DECVS. but with large bust of King. VICESIMO. REGNI. Five Guineas. primo. regni. xv. OCTAVO. 10). usual type. same type as the last. edge 1 milled with diagonal lines (Ken. &c. with elephant under the bust (Bud. date Guineas. XV. lovelock in front . DECVS. vicesimo. tricesimo. 133). probably a proof. 1669. (Bud. regni. 1 *** From the Duncombe. Two Guineas. date 1676. 1 anno. M. same type. a variety not given by Kenyon condition. 1676. ANNO. Murchison. regni. 1682. truncation pointed. Five Guineas.. 9). as the Five Guineas. ANNO.103 757 Five Guineas. truncation rounded . 1664. truncation rounded. large lettering on both sides edge milled diagonally. very fine and very rare *** From 759 the 1 Moxom usual and Brice collections. coin. elephant and castle below . \* From the Hastings collection. as the preceding coin. fine 761 Two usual type. but elephant and castle under the bust. DECVS. 1664 rare edge milled. with small bust of King. " third anywhere 1 this one in B.

large bust of King. with small bust of King. date 1669. variety under the bust 1665. 1682. as the last piece date 1670. 1678. 1682. date 1663 . 1 771 Guinea. usual type. elephant and castle . truncation 1 date 1679. below. truncation rounded . edge milled 1 diagonally. 7). no elephant under bust . pi. truncation rounded. *** From the Hastings 778 Half Guinea. usual type. 11). 1 extremely fine *#* From the Brice 767 collection. 1677. usual type. pi. as the preceding coin. edge milled diagonally {Rud. edge milled diagonally. no elephant. extremely fine collection. with large . 1669. edge milled 1 diagonally. truncation rounded. Half Guinea. same type as the preceding coin. and elephant under bust. fine 769 1676. extremely fine and unpublished by Kenyon last. . 1670. with large bust of King. date 1678. same type fine date 1670. 1 %* 777 From the Brice collection. and an unpublished . no elephant under bust extremely fine date 1682 edge as on the last. date 1676. extremely fine and rare bust. usual type. but under elephant and castle . with large bust of King. . 774 N Half Guinea. 1679. same castle as the last coin.104 766 Guinea. truncation rounded. usual type. date 1678 . usual pointed . usual type. very fine 1 770 Guinea. 1 * From the Hugh Howard and Brice collections. edge milled with straight lines {Rud. 1663. usual type. but no elephant date 1665. type. extremely fine and a rare date the Brice collection. love. usual type. 1670. 1680. as the Five Guineas with small bust of King. 776 Half Guinea. truncation pointed. truncation 1 love-lock in front . 768 Guinea. extremely fine. *** From 772 Guinea. with rounded. but with elephant and 1 under the bust. xv. Guinea. xv. 1678. same type as the but date 1682. date 1677. Half Guinea. 1 773 Half Guinea. very long moustache. Guinea.lock in front . fine. date 1680. with large bust of King. unpublished . extremely 1 and rare in this state *** From the Bergne and Brice 775 collections. bust of King. extra fine and unpublished by 1 Kenyon *** From the Moxom and Brice collections. extremely fine as the last coin .

only. and dated on edge decvs. Bust of King to right. mag. and arranged in form of cross the Garter. tvtamen. 1665. del gratia. but with smaller bust of King . ET. scribed. carolvs. very fine and scarce in this state 1 *** From 781 the Brice collection. &c. &c. rev. DECVS. . et. nono. rex. and draped. Crown. both well preserved . xxxiv. regni. anno. xviil.. and inscribed on edge. Crown. 1662. very fine and an exceedingly scribed. REGNI. ii. usual type. probably the best specimen which rarely occurs in 1 even tolerable condition %. (Rud.105 Silver. fine and scarce 1662 . xxxiv. date 1662. 1662. 1 decvs. anno. fra. and edge &c. edge inscribed. with no rose preserved. decimo. the first fine. on edge. xvil. this coin is altogether smaller but thicker than usual 1 *#* From 784 the Bergne (lot 913) and Brice collections. anno. 1666. on edge. ANNO. edge inscribed. same. under bust. obv. edge inanother. 779 Crown.. &c. no rev. II's milled silver coinage . but rose under King's bust . Four in centre.. &c. Crown. date 1663. Bergne 786 914) and Brice collections. &c.. pi. 1663. xvl. but date 1665. decvs. XV. decvs. Crown. very fine and rare. 1668. reading gra. decvs. another. no rose under bust. &c. decvs.* From the Durrant.. star of shields. 1662 pi. 2 REGNI. . known of (lot this date. the year of the Plague *x* From 785 the Kishton and Brice collections. laureate . usual type. 6). both some- stops in legend. anno. regni. 780 Crown. anno. same as the preceding. usual type. 1663.. date 1666 inscribed. 1 rare date. and in each angle two c's interlinked . Crown. 1667. reg. 1664. VICESIMO. et tvtamen (Bud. date 1667. XV. date 1663. very fine and rare in this state 1 %* 782 From the Bergne (lot 912) and Brice collections. but with elephant under bust. rose under bust.. date 1664 . same as the preceding coin. hib. the second ivell what scarce varieties 2 783 Crown. but on edge. usual type. and edge indecvs. decvs. BR. for gratia. 5). 1662. extremely fine and rare. regni. * * This is the general type of all Charles # only varieties will be noticed. usual type. decvs. &c. crowned. an. regni.

1673. &c.. also Half Crown. date 1679. tricesimo. but with large bust of King. extremely fine and rare in this state 1 *** From 793 the Brice collection. 2 and 3 from the Wakeford collection. qvinto.. also Half Crown and Shilling of 789 3 same type and date. date 1672. usual type.. j and Half Crowns of same type and dates. usual type. regni. &c. &c. vicesimo. primo. regni. septimo. all fine except the Crown. primo. and Sixpence of same date. on edge. anno. anno. vicesimo. decvs. &c. octavo. usual type. those of 1669 are well preserved of 1670 fine . in good condition *** All from the Wakeford collection. anno. another. decvs. on edge. tricesimo. the end of the reign. 1681. usual type. 1676.106 787 Crown. 1679. date 1670. &c. fine *V* Nos. Crown. on edge. 794 Crown. . 1677. a desirable set 1680. . vicesimo. &c. as last coin. also Half Crown and Shilling of 3 same type and date. anno. regni. on edge. regni. on edge. regni. Shilling and is Sixpence served of same date. vicesimo. This change in the bust is preserved to Crown. tertio. anno. secvndo. &c. date 1673 . also Half Crown. vicesimo. date 1669. decvs.. tertio. ANNO. Shilling and 4 Sixpence of same date. regni. decvs. usual type. usual type. similar. Shilling (with elephant and castle under bust). &c. date 1677 extremely fine on edge.. 1675. 1672. 1669.. Crown. and Sixpence of same date. anno. anno. anno. all well preserved 4 . usual type. qvarto. anno. REGNI. vicesimo. on edge. all very fine. . date 1671. on edge. decvs. vicesimo. decvs. usual type. regni. which well pre- 4 *** All from the Wakeford 792 collection. also Half Crown. decvs. regni. decvs. decvs. Shilling. date 1680. * and very rare 1 From the Shepherd collection (lot 432). 1671. . 2 and 3 from the Wakeford collection. anno. date. on edge. regni. regni. date 1675. 4 796 Crown. decvs. un- 795 Crown. nono. also &c. on edge. &c. 1676. very fine and rare in this state 1 %* 791 From the Brice collection. vicesimo. date 1681. published. 1669 and 1670. secvndo. Half Crown. *** 790 Crown. tricesimo. Crown. usual type. on edge. usual type. Crown. with large bust. 4 %* 788 All from the Wakeford collection. the first two fine Nos.

regni. octavo. 799 Half Crown. a rare set 4 . especially the first piece 2 *** No. regni. &c. on edge. triKing's cesimo. sexto. very rare. &c. xv.. anno. decvs. regni. and no. decvs. regni. 1666. a few speci- mens however are known 2 collection. regni. date type. anno. decvs. qvinto. tricesimo. both in fair condition and excessively rare . vicesimo. on edge. also Half Crown. &c. qvinto. DECVS. on edge.. M. 1673. National Collection. usual type. usual type date 1677 on edge. DECVS. decvs. usual type. of the highest rarity.. regni. the second a .. 2 from the Brooks collection. the first two in fair condition. anno. date 1663 on edge. secvndo. decvs. Half Crown. xviii.. vicesimo. specimen of 1668 is unique . on edge. decvs. 1682.107 797 Crown. 801 1 from the Wakeford Half Crown. on edge. 1681. decvs. anno. Shilling. the last two fine 4 * * Nos. anno. # and 2 from the Wakeford collection. regni. dated 1673.. all fine. tricesimo. on edge. &c. but with elephant under the King's 1666. dated 1678 on edge. vicesimo. ANNO. . Shilling. nono. decvs. anno. usual type. 804 1 from the Eishton and Brice. anno. date 1682. rare date 2 805 Half Crown.. both very fine 2 802 Half Crown. date 1681 . fine and exceedingly rare. but with date 1673. Bergne (lot 917) and Brice collections. regni. very fine and scarce 1 From the Durrant. usual type . 1663. &c. anno. also Half Crown. vicesimo. another. but with elephant and castle under bust . decvs. p..M. &c. and Sixpence. &c. dated 1668. qvarto. anno. usual type as the Crown. 1683. on edge. anno. and that not so good and in the the — H. " only one other specimen known. vicesimo. unpub- lished. and Sixpence of same date. &c. regni.pl xxxiv." collection. regni. vicesimo. &c. both extremely fine. 1677. . anno. 798 Crown. 11).. decvs. *** 800 Half Crown. (Rud. regni. 1670. dated 1676 . plume under King's bust. usual bust. qvinto. on edge. another. &c. on edge. believed to be the finest 1 specimen known *** From the Wakeford collection. 383 says that the B. another. . 1 of same date. decvs. &c. on edge. vicesimo. tricesimo. 1674. usual type... both extra fine and very rare dates. &c. another. anno. &c.. date 1670. in good condition. usual type. Hies. date 1683 . regni. tertio. regni. *** No. date 1674. 1 *** From 803 Wakeford Half Crown.

usual type. it. 1674. brilliant. 1676 and 1677. edge with diagonal milling. no. both ex2 tremely fine and very rare. 12). xxxiv. well preserved . rev. no. plume below. no. and from the Bergne and Brice collections. the last diagonally. xxxiv. 1684. 812 Shilling. also brilliant and as fine as a proof 1 *** From the Shepherd 808 (lot 435. . 1663. 1 and 2 from the Wakeford . usual type.108 806 Shilling.) and Brice collections. but the bust of the King not draped and with lovelock before . . Murchison. fine. usual type . Shilling. but with plume under bust and on fine . straight lines . date 1671. usual type. on the rev. struck on a large flan .pl. with large bust of King. another of 1671. and 1676. also of the usual type and without plume. and Sixpence. with plume under King's bust and on rev. and as regards its date probably unique. 1676. . are correctly placed. and equal to a proof 1 *** From the Durrant. especially the first piece 1666. Shilling. 1669. edge milled diagonally (comp. the finest known and another of 1673. 810 1 and 3 from the Wakeford collection. fine the first two with edges milled. extremely fine. 3 from the Gibbs. usual type of . . date 1663 . 1677. one with large bust). and the shields on the rev. another. straight lines (Eud. another. Eud. usual type with plume under bust and on rev. 1663. is struck from a different die. only. and extremely fine and rare "%* All from the Bergne and Brice 813 collections. date 1674. but with plume on obv. Bergne and Brice 807 collections.. similar. and also on rev. the shield of Ireland is placed on the right. no plume. of the usual type. all with diagonal milling. date 1669. 14). £11. date edge milled with straight lines. collection . that with the large bust very rare *** Nos. 4 *** Nos. 1674 (2 specimens. Shilling. 3 and 4 from the Wakeford collection. is Shilling. all very fine. but the obv. 1666. unpublished *** From the Rhodes. and Sixpences. Rishton and Brice collections. with draped bust . 1 811 Shillings. usual type. 1 also from the Bergne Shilling. %* 809 Both from the Brice collection. 1668. 1674.. same as the preceding. pi. but with elephant under King's bust. 2. of Scotland on the left edge milled with . the arrangement of the hair is varied. 1666. under as on the Guinea. all very rare *** Nos. the first two very rare another. same date. date 1666. . elephant .

Bergne. pi. Half Groat and 16 1672 and 1673. all very fine 815 Maundy Money. m. rev. obv. complete sets (Groat.. rev. Threepence.. same as the preceding piece and struck from the same dies. 1676 and 1677. below bust. Cuff. dei cross formed of the numerals n. 973) and Brice collections. wt. 140 grs.Young and Bieber 276*) collections. the wreath of the King having ten leaves and no berries . (lot * * % From the Tyssen. fine complete sets of 1682. A surmounted by two c's interlinked and crowned . 1675. XIV. in and Ireland angles. 1680 and 1681. Bust of King to left. star . by Simon. Bergne 1 . (Bud. by Simon. laureate. laureate. four times repeated and 1660. 132 grs. above his head. pi. France milled. 8). 137 grs. 1660. Large bust of King to right.109 814 Maundy Money. S (Simon) . "a splendid specimen" and of the highest rarity Trattle. 819 Pattern Broad. wt. magnalia. il d. very fine and rare mantle . [PL XIII] *** From the Lansdowne. Brice collections. carolvs il rex. pi. by Simon. all very 12 Patterns and Proofs. brilliant. star in centre . . . Snelling. in brilliant condition as the last. similar to the preceding coin. the obv. 1671. the shields of England. hair long. et hi. Halliburton. 1660.. complete sets of 1678. very fine 6 817 Maundy Money. fr. is 1662. CONCORDIA. 1662. all 16 all 1 816 Maundy Money. 16). 140 grs. florent. Gold. . by Simon. g. 1 Durrant. . regna. car. 1679. same die as last coin edge plain. Scotland. wt. Penny) of 1670. 818 Pattern Broad. edge 1 xxxiv. extra fine and rare (lot 1 *** From the Halliburton. vi. br. silver. very fine complete sets of 1674. wt. 1683 and 1684.Young and 821 Pattern Broad. and also of the highest rarity 1 %* 820 From the Addington collection. rex. 1662. Plain square shield crowned . hair long. but with edge plain.. S (Simon) . wearing armour and mantle . but from a different die.. edge plain. obv. Pattern Broad. (Rud. wearing armour and nine leaves in wreath and berries below. rev.

extremely fine and excessively rare. arms of England. wt. dies as the — . .110 822 Pattern Broad. below. Edmonds. d. rev. Plain square shield crowned. same as the preceding coin. star of the Garter. obv. laureate. + decvs. (Rud. victor simon fecit laurel-branch before artist's name. Baker. The obverse shows that the die had cracked. the same as the but from a different die very fine varieties very slight variety [PI. hi. two c's interlinked in each angle . but struck on a thinner flan and with edge grained. magna. 6). fine and 1 [PL XIII] %* From the Wakeford collection. fr. 1). extremely fine of 1 and very rare *** From the Trattle. Bust of King to . 1660. Trattle.. edge plain. regni. s. 1 *** From the Trattle. the rev. XIII] 1 823 Pattern Crown. XIII] collections. This is probably the last example struck of this rare piece. g. br. Scotland. *** From the (lot Tyssen. by Simon. et. silver. " magnalia. + 1663. same by Simon. is from a third . et. opera. rex. wreath the letters in the last. drapery 1662. date edge inscribed. France and Ireland separately quartered. pi. extending to edge of coin and dividing legend . wt. 1660. Same type and struck from the Gold Broad. the obv. Domini. mag.. but the die. 125 very rare grs. wt. no mag. which has ten leaves and also berries in the obv. 143 grs. by Roettier.. lot 818. carolvs. Murchison. xxxiv. Large bust of King to right. but 1 rather roughly struck. similar to the last piece. ii.. dei 1660.. br. sine. * reversvs. but the bust of the King is draped after the usual type of the Crown. 900 grs. England and France are on separate shields . one of Simon's finest works 1 1660. (letters 1662. laureate. 1660. (Rud. same as the preceding coin. edge plain." but with edge inscribed. of truncation pointed shields rev. arms England and France quarterly on 1st and 3rd shields. del gratia frosted).. edge inscribed in small letters. et. xv. Wigan and Addington Silver. rex. Duncombe and Brice 824 Proof of Crown. 137 grs. wt. et. is also . wt. 825 Pattern Broad. hair long . 826 Pattern Broad. 2). by Simon. Cuff.. xxxiv. in armour and mantle . right. fine. . hib. collections. Rud. 193 grs. unpublished [PI. 799 grs. carolvs. and the arms 1663. obv. pi. clade. (comp. Bergne 967) and Addington collections. . by Roettier obv. by Simon. anno. tvtamen. crowned and arranged in form of cross.. 1662. legend are frosted . and a very rare . in the centre . has no flaw 827 Pattern Broad. fra. pi. ii. tvtamen. wt. (Simon). xxxiv. . Thomas. Four brilliant and of the highest rarity. * + * decvs.

Hawkins. . hib rex. obverse die appears to have been made by Simon. right. and. this. xxxiv.Ill Pattern Broad. n. 1 *** From the Pembroke. II. rarity. surmounted by crown (Bud. dei. the main-sail is decorated with the royal arms and the top-sail with c. grace fvlly. wearing the Coronation Medal below. xxxiv. by Simon. by Simon. 1663. pi. hi. RELEIVE. more C's trvly. Large bust of King and below. by Simon. rev. extremely only apparently two other specimens 1 \* 829 From the Edmonds. sco. THE CELEBRATED PETITION CROWN. crowned. me. victor simon laurel-branch before artist's name. yovr MAJESTY to. s. argentvm. on the edge is engraved the Petition THOMAS Simon most. Pattern for amor popvli pr^esidivm regis. two . piece. 174 grs. plain. *** From 831 lot 822). ACCVRATELY. to right. Garnished shield crowned arms of France and England quarterly rev. Durrant. 4). compare. rex.. (letters frosted). France and Ireland arranged in form of cross . order'd. edge plain. opera. (Thomas Simon) . * reversvs. two c's interlinked in bri. d.. 12). 126 grs. wearing wreath with ten leaves and berries. almost unique and in mint state [PI. Bergne (lot 969) and Brice collections. . and. g. dne. et. XIII] lot — f. wt. long flowing hair. ii. on edge. more. obv. drawn & embossd. same as (Bud. car. &c. prays. d. Angel. rev. the George of the Garter within the motto in centre . xm. obv. fr. 827 . the preceding fine edge and of very great known . . CONCORDIA. Pattern Broad. Trattle. &c. HIM. Plain square shield. Murchison. Scotland. by Simon. rev. dvtch. pi. dividing legend above collar and robe of the Garter as on T. — tryall. carolvs. probasti. obv. magna. sine. (from the same dies as the Gold Broad. ang. hvmbly. . The crowned shields of England. ENGRAVEN. Three-masted ship sailing to right. Sparkes. 1660. mag fr each angle . . ii. . Bust of the King to . Sparkes and Brice collections. 1662. crowned. Bergne (lot 968) and collections. R. sicvt. 1660. 3). pi. Simon . reverse. Cuff. wt. gra. wt. ET. extremely fine and of the first rarity 1 *** From the Brice No 832 This is an impression on a thin plaque. : if. laureate and draped. collection. Addington 830 Pattern Broad. (Bud. (sic) MORE. regna. by Simon . slight moustache below. &c. 1662. Square shield crowned . his. with. g. clade.. TO. gold coins. Bust of King to left. extremely fine and very rare 1 the Tyssen.. 146 grs. the. carolvs. as . florent. obv.

— lot 277. Bieber. Brice. this piece came into his possession. and at his sale in 1844 it passed into the possession of Mr. It does not occur in his Catalogue. &ct. Richard Miles. wt. 537^ grs. Abraham Edmonds. vol. Chron. Cuff. Marmaduke Trattle. legends and date as the Petition Crown (see preceding piece).) this specimen is described as fine. It is possible that Mr. post cloud. Marmaduke Trattle. It was originally in the collection of Mr. logue. qv^e.p. Thomas Selbye. The latter's cabinet was purchased by Mr. by Simon. by whom it was sold to Mr. Chron." H. and the sun appearing out of a 510 grs. 143). xvi. Mr. describes this coin as in good condition. xvi. Mr. Higgs. Carmey for Mr. In the Num. without a scratch or flaw of any kind. Thomas Selbye. Montagu obtained the whole of Mr. and struck from the same dies . Trattle on obtaining another specimen. Mr. who in turn sold the coin to Mr. 7). wt. James Brice purchased it on the death of Mr. who disposed of it to Mr. OffiSARi. (I. and at whose sale in 1834. according to Num. and the Petition is well struck and perfect interlinked. Bieber's Cata" a very fine coin but I 833 THE CELEBRATED REDDITE CROWN. " without pi. C-iESARis. in beautiful condition. ' [PI. (Bud. W. Mr. the dealer. Sparkes. it was purchased by Mr. reddite. the coin is in perfect condition. In Mr. Alfred Wigan. Mr. vol. whereas but for two or three slight and almost imperceptible scratches on the King's face. extremely rare. whose collection was sold in 1755.. Same type. but it appears to have been previously purchased by Mr. Bergne (Num.M. separate the end of the inscription from the beginning. Mr. This gives it but scanty praise. Chron. and the coin then passed into the possession of Mr. whose collection was sold to Mr. From the last collection it has passed successively into the cabinets of Mr. Wilbraham Bootle. Wilbraham Bootle. but the edge is inscribed. viz. S. and when Mr.e. Montagu notes against mine. At his sale in 1755 it was purchased by Mr. . crowned and within two palm-branches. XIII] 1 *+* This beautiful specimen of Simon's best work is said. " damage of any kind. XXXIV. Wigan. and finally into that of Mr. p. of the first rarity. Again. Wigan. Abraham Edmonds. 137. relinquished the above one to Mr. in beautiful state and probably 1 the finest specimen known *** The history of this remarkable coin is very similar to that of the Petition Crown above described. Bergne in writing its pedigree prefer may not have seen the coin itself. Richard Miles. Brice's collection. Thomas Thomas. to have belonged to Mr. Montagu. that recently sold by Mr. but in fact it is in perfect condition.112 Lot 832 — continued. At the latter's sale in 1830 it was purchased by Mr.

p. This piece is struck from the same dies as lot 823. regni. right. *. xvi. and date (1663). anno. by Roettier. Bergne (lot 964) and Brice collections. tvtamen. extremely fine and very rare. 839 THE CELEBRATED REDDITE CROWN. 6). and inscribed. edge inscribed. decvs. extremely fine and very rare *** From the Hawkins and Brice collections. Bust of King to rev. xvi. by Roettier. 840 Chron. decvs. by Roettier. . but with small bust of King. 46) collections. vol. . 1662. extremely fine and excessively rare the Devonshire. no drapery. star of Four shields the Garter in centre inscribed. 1 XV. legend reads del gra. 1662. by Simon. Proof Crown.. tvtamen * (Rud. the obv.£* legends and inscription on edge as the silver specimen (lot 833). exceedingly rare and unpublished *** From 835 the Devonshire. two interlinked c's in each angle . p. Tyssen. Murchison. xiii. xvi. 1664. rex. and struck from the same dies as the legends Petition Crown (lot 832). but there is a rose under the King's bust . by Roettier. collections. . xxxiv. same as the last piece.et. Chron. Precisely the same type. extremely fine and (see Num. p. MAG. 146) the Devonshire and Shepherd (lot 433) collections. truncation pointed.. extremely fine. tvtamen. Chron. 1662. and edge inscribed. by Roettier. hair long et. dated 1664 . vol. 1 and struck from the same dies. by Simon. edge 1 * + * decvs. 5). similar type to the preceding coin but the bust of the King is draped and the edge is plain (Rud. the finest specimen known (see Num. ii. 144). splendid specimen and very rare in this condition xxxiv. unique *** From 1663. similar type to lot 835. draped. crowned and arranged in form of cross. Chetwynd and Whitehead collections (see From Num. extremely fine and very rare 1 *** From 837 the Brice collection. the edge is 1662. anno. FRA. Baker. decvs.113 834 Pattern Crown. et. BR. pi.. Durrant. vol. &c. and with the arms of England and France on separate shields on the rev. pi. PATTERN CROWN. Same type. (as Rud. 1 . (letters frosted). a 1 *** From 838 the Hodsoll. &c. Pewter. . Cuff. but with plain edge. hib. Proof Crown. pi. xxxiv. 10). 1 *** From 836 the Hawkins and Brice Proof Crown. 1663. coin. carolvs. obv. laureate. same type as the preceding but dated 1663. regni. Duncombe and Addington Proof Half Crown. et. del gratia.

BR. regni.. without elephant and castle on obv. collections. xv. 1 very fine %* From the Maynard collection. varieties only will be noticed. 1685. pi. edge inscribed. xv. but date 1687. 1 14). xv. hair long. iacobvs. usual type as the last coin. extra fine and rare * From the Chetwynd and Brice collections. tertio. . et. MAG. sceptre in each angle . II.d. et. edge this state 1 milled. as the Five . date 1685 Guineas. . pi. pi. 1687. 842 Five Guineas. .114 SEVENTH DAY'S SALE. 19). date 1688. usual type. with elephant and castle on obv . 1687. regni. edge 1 very fine 846 1686. 1688. 1688. extra 1 Guinea. lot 841 Five Guineas. but under bust of King elephant and castle. 17). hib. Gold. 844 Two Guineas. secvndo. (Rud. no elephant and castle under bust date 1687 edge milled (Rud. fra. This is the the gold coins of this reign . Guinea. obv. Shepherd and general type of all Brice collections. 1686. . the finest specimen known. . del gratia. JAMES a. tvtamen. fine 1687. same type as the preceding coin. elephant and milled (Rud. 1686 . and probably a proof rare *** From the Edmonds. Baker. rev. 13). in brilliant state 1 "%* From the Cuff. same as the preceding coin. date 1 1686. extremely fine and rare 1 843 *** From the Brice collection. ii. anno. same type &c. (Rud. Bolland. no drapery . laureate. Four crowned shields arranged in form of cross . xv. as the Five Guineas. date 1688. on edge decvs. anno. brilliant and very rare in *** From 845 castle the Brice collection. &c.. Two Guineas. rex. decvs. 847 848 Guinea. date 1687. 1685-1688. Bergne (lot 986) and Brice Guinea. pi. usual type. Bust of King to left. under King's bust . same type &c.

very rare in this condition 1 854 Half Crown Penny. all very fine *** All from the Brice collection. et. fr. usual types. edge inscribed. obv. Sixpence Sixpence of 1687. . and complete 1687 and 1688. usual types. tertio. collection. fine. date 1686 . a complete Threepence and set of this year's 4 855 Half Crown (anno. 2). usual types. 16). extremely fine plain under 1 *** From the Brice Silver. tertio. decvs. no elephant and date 1686 edge milled (Bud. regni. qvarto. regni. below. br. 851 Crown. &c. A. under King's bust same as the Guinea. anno. date 1688. secvndo. bare . Half Guinea.). &c. on edge. same as the preceding coin. all very fine 1 difficult to obtain 2 WILLIAM AND MARY. extremely fine and equal to a proof. regni. mag. extremely fine and rare 1 . &c. rev. gvlielmvs. but date 1687 . 1692. 3 856 Half Half Crown Crown (anno.. . regni. fine 1 852 Crown. regni.). star of the Garter in centre. *** From the Wigan and Brice collections. regni. usual castle type. xvi. qvarto. Four crowned shields in form of cross . Usual type.115 849 Half Guinea. Shilling. &c. primo. on edge. obv. Shilling and all very fine . pi. 3 857 (anno. Crown. &c. very fine 1 *** From the Brice 850 collection. anno. fine 3 sets for 1686. crowned. decvs. same type as the preceding coin and rare bust. 1688-1694. Gold. &c. 1692. 5). secvndo. usual types. pi. Shilling and Sixpence of 1686. anno. (Bud. extremely fine and as such rare 1 853 1688. &c.) Shilling and of 1688. elephant and castle . anno. coinage (anno. Busts conjoined to right. 1687. laureate and draped to left . (Bud. DECVS. regni. . pi. 1688. xxxv.D. qvarto. J 2 . edge inscribed. usual type. with bust of King. decvs. 1686.. maria. 859 Five Guineas. rev. date 1688. 1686. 858 Maundy Money.). Square garnished shield. xv. 1685.. regni.

as the Guinea. very fine and rare 1 *** From the Brice collection. 4). 1689. 1 and of . 865 Guinea. as the preceding coin work fine *** From the Brice collection. but of rather rough work 871 Half Guinea. usual type and legends. Guinea. 1694. date 1690. usual type. this condition 1 brilliant and rare in *** From 863 the Bergne (lot 1004) and Brice collections. xvi. 1690. but under busts. fine 1 *** From 867 the Brice collection. same as the preceding coin. %* 862 From the Addington collection. . (Bud. 1692. 1). edge milled 1693. date 1693. &c. ANNO. pi. 1 861 Two Guineas. 1694. 870 Half Guinea. elephant and in this state under busts (Bud. xvi. Guinea. 1694. but with elephant and castle under 1 date 1694 (Bud. but the more simply garnished . the busts 1694. shield on the reverse is 1689. decvs. edge 1 milled (Bud. extremely fine. but date 1694. xvi. extremely fine.pl. pi. usual type. as the preceding coin. same extremely fine. usual type. extremely fine *** From the Brice collection. but pi. but plain under busts date 1694 . pi. and on edge. elephant without castle. 6). type. 7). with shield on rev. same slightly garnished. plain under the busts. usual type . 1 date 1692. same type and legends as the Five Guineas . xvi. Two Guineas. an unpublished date *** From the Bergne (lot 1003) and Brice collections. 1 very fine. sexto. 1689 plain under busts (Bud. . extremely fine 1 (Bud. date 1694. date 1689 . &c. brilliant and rare 1 *** From 866 the Brice collection. . plain under the busts Guinea. . date 1690. same castle type. .116 860 Five Guineas. 1689. type. . Two Guineas. &c. date 1693 2). 3). same as the last coin. well preserved and rare 864 Guinea. xvi. a very rare variety and perhaps unique 868 Guinea. 1690. as the Five Guineas. but struck on a large flan. xvi. date. REGNI. date &c. same as the preceding coin. extremely 1 *** From the Brice 869 collection. but without elephant and castle under busts. pi. fine 1693.

DECVS. 1691. same as the preceding coin. obv. . M. Half Guinea. usual frosted. on edge. surmounted by crown.. 1 xvi. anno. and no. 874 Crown. regni. another. busts to right. another. QVARTO. 1690. type. but on edge. anno. date 1692. and on edge. very fine and rare 877 Half Crown. fr. decvs. DECVS. 13) . usual type. xxxv. around w. pi. it. &c. edge. on edge. gvlielmvs.. 2 from the Wakeford 878 Half Crown. secvndo. &C. as in last lot. with elephant and castle under busts. . 1691. rev. as last coin.. &c. 1692. 14). anno. &c. shields in form of cross. in centre. lot. maria. W.pl. &c. &c. Plain square shield (arms of France in 4th quarter). (ib. *** From the Addington Silver. decvs. but date 1692. the caul and interior of which are frosted . REGNI. 1690. very fine %* 873 From the Chetwynd and Brice collections. tertio. as in last 1692 . pi. xxxv. same type and edge. type. 1692.. 875 Crown. fine. 879 all very fine 3 Half Crown. xxxv. and a very singular variety 1 . with rev. 1691 . and another. anno. but on 1 &c. &c. primo. M. interlinked in each angle date 1691 . 8). 1689. qvarto. ANNO. 9). usual type. pi. very fine and rare 1 &c. on edge. Four shields crowned . secvndo. decvs. crown not frosted . that of Nassau . ANNO. mag. DEC vs. anno. regni. et. tertio. tertio. draped. right. 1691 . crown not and reading on obv. edge inscribed. &c. regni. as before (see lot 877). br. fine 1 collection. qvinto. with rev. and arranged in form of cross . {Rud. the last a rare date 3 *** Nos. all extremely fine. Busts conjoined to rev. 1690. 1 and 3 from the Bergne and collection. (Bud. but shields 1 and 4 arms of France and England quarterly caul and interior of crown not frosted . usual date 1691 (Rud. 12). Four crowned . date 1690 . Brice. regni. pi. same date on rev. . similar. regnt. another. (ib. plain under busts. xxxv. GRETIA for gratia on edge. 1692. *** From the Bergne and Brice collection. decvs. &c. 1689. Shields in form of cross. &c. dated 1689 . but arms of England and France in 1st and 4th quarters. regni.117 872 Half Guinea. . fine 1 876 Crown. interlinked in each angle.

and rev.. undecimo. Threepence. 886 Five Guineas. xvi. 885 III. to right. vicesimo. Twopence and Penny. hair thick. &c. of rather rough work. 1701. &c. decvs. type. anno. qvinto. Five Guineas. xvi. same type and date as the preceding coin. extremely fine 1 . Bergne and Brice collections. 1692 . and hair thicker. regni. edge same (Bud. edge inscribed decvs. Groat. but no lovelock on shoulder. 1693. sceptre in each angle. 1699. as type of 1689. . anno. shield of Nassau in centre . &c. Shilling. 389). qvinto. but of rough work. Small bust of King on shoulder rev. Five Guineas. (described in Hks. regni. pi. Maundy Money. similar type to lot 885. brilliant and rare in this state 1 * * # From the Brice collection. (Brice collection) tion) . no • NO. Threepence and Twopence. 3 and Sixpence of same date.. tertio. bare. p. fra. &c. with 4 shields Half Crown. on edge decvs. anno. mag. (Bud. laureate. on edge. 1 excessively rare *** From 881 This is probably a counterfeit of the Wakeford collection. 13). Shilling. decvs. anno. but elephant and castle under King's bust . all extremely fine and rare 883 *** All from the Devonshire. . all Maundy Money. but bust of King larger. 1691. but date 1693 altered from on edge. without frosting on crown. pi. similar to the Five Guineas. struck on a flan of a coin of Charles II of 1677. Bergne (lot 1040) and Brice collections. del gra. Threepence and Penny. decvs.. all very fine. 1694 (Wakeford collec1 6 89. pi. anno. usual cross. no elephant under bnst . 1691. all scarce 4 882 Half Crown. 10). 1689. br. date 1701. and Groat. the time. date 1701. edge milled (Bud. fine complete sets for very 12 Wl LLIAM Gold. the half crown and G POat . gvlielmvs hi. 1692.D. brilliant and rare in this state 1 obv. with arms of England in 1st and of France in 4th quarter. . regni. extremely fine and rare 1 %. 9). in form of date 1692. Sixpence. 1693. usual 1692 type. busts of King and Queen as usual. lovelock . 1699. xvi. regni. date 1691. 1701. Square shield. 1694-1701. A. decimo.* From 887 the Brown. Four shields arranged crosswise. 884 a^Z very fine 10 1692. &c. j on rev. on edge. &c. a rare date. regni. crowned. &c. Groat. 1693 and 1694. 1699. as last. 888 Two Guineas. 1690.118 880 Half Crown.

Guinea. being an unpublished date 1 . 1 *** From the Brice 897 Half Guinea. 1700. ex1 901 Half Guinea. type. extremely fine and unpub. but with elephant and castle date 1698 (Bud. 1701. 1698. 895 Guinea. same type and same date as the preceding coin. Kenyon 1 %* 893 From the Brice collection. . castle Half Guinea. extremely fine and rare. as the Guinea 1 898 Half Guinea. fine no elephant and collection. 1698. usual type. 1697. date 1701. 1695. very fine the Brice collection. but 1 the Brice collection. usual type. Guinea. 1 Guinea. and long lovelock on shoulder (see lot 887) . but with large bust as on the Five Guineas same year. very fine 1 896 1701. p. under bust. 11). under bust lished by 1698. *** This coin places the change in the bust of the King one year earlier than stated by Kenyon. extremely fine and very rare *** From the Brice collection. *** From 892 date 1698. but with elephant date 1696. fine 1700. but 1 elephant and castle under King's bust. 1695. date 1695. exceedingly fine and very rare collection. same castle under King's bust as the preceding coin. 1698. date 1701. similar type to the Five Guineas (lot 885). plain under bust . and 1 %* 899 From the Hugh Howard and . very fine xvi. of same date (see lot 889) . no .119 889 Guinea. Brice collections. usual type. edge milled (Bud. 181. usual type date 1698. but small pi. 1696. very fine *** From the Brice collection. same type and date *** From as the preceding with elephant and castle under bust. &c. plain under bust. extremely rare and fine . date 1695. fine and rare coin. Guinea. usual tremely fine *** From the Brice collection. usual type as lot 890. with small bust. usual type . but with somewhat larger date 1697. lovelock on shoulder. plain under bust. 15). of the 1701. 1 *#* From the Brice 900 Half Guinea. extremely 1 *** From 894 the Wigan and Brice collections. usual type. Guinea. pi. date 1700. 1 890 as the preceding coin. same bust 891 Guinea. xvi. elephant and castle date 1701.

Bust with straight cuirass date 1700 dvodecimo. with curved cuirass . very fine. both with King wearing straight and date on edge. &c.. DECVS. year. anno. Crown and Half Crown. rare. 1699. 909 Half Crown. which Mr. obv. all very fine except the Crown. decimo. same type and date as the previous coin. DECVS. This is the only silver coin of this reign. also Shilling of 1699. FRA. both with King wearing straight and date on edge. date 1698 on edge. 911 Half Crown. very rare). laureate. . 910 Half Crown. &c. septimo. 1700 . 908 Half Crown. King wearing straight cuirass. and Half Crown. under King's bust on edge. decimo. 1). all very fine . with straight cuirass and date 1701 castle pi. another. 904 Crown. the first a rare date 3 .. very fine and very rare with this date 1696. date on edge. Four shields in form of cross. on edge. (Bud. . date 1700. 903 Crown. is 1695. 902 Crown. gvlielmvs hi. usual but on obv. UNDECIMO. extremely fine and rare in %* 905 From the Shepherd (lot 443) and Brice collections. Shepherd possessed. 4 and Sixpence of same date. octavo.120 Silver. state date 1696 . on edge. pi. xxxvi. tertio. dvodecimo. also Shilling and Sixpence 4 of same date. 1697.. Bust of King to right. xxxvi.. but the edge 1 dated octavo. 26). on edge. nono. regni. well preserved and exceed1 %* From the Brice collection. exceedingly 1 fine and rarely to be met with in this state 1700. BR. ANNO. decimo. DECIMO. &c. elephant and ingly rare type. also Shillings (2. 1698. &c. MAG. this 1 decvs. . date on rev. tertio.. on edge. usual type with straight cuirass. all . 1695. draped &c. . all fine 1695 . 1700. . also Shilling and Sixpence of date. . all 3 *** All from the Bergne and Brice collections. 906 Crown same cuirass. but is ex- ceedingly rare 4 907 Crown. TERTIO. . all very fine 3 . which is rubbed. 1696. &c. anno. decvs. one with flaming hair. octavo. 1701. 1701. date 1701 on edge. also Shilling and 3 Sixpence of same year. similar. Bust with straight cuirass. and Shilling and Sixpence of same extremely fine on edge. and wearing curved cuirass rev. Bust with straight cuirass. regni. 912 Half Crown. usual type. regni. and Shilling and Sixpence of same date. all very fine cuirass. (Rud. usual type. &c.

918 Half (octavo) Shilling and Sixpence of 1696. 19 . but on angle of cross (Bud. xxxvi. all and some scarce fine 6 . 17. struck at Chester. Shilling and Sixpence. xxxvi. struck at Bristol. all fine 6 *#* All from the Brice 919 collection. 25. same type. *** No. rose in each of 1700. 1701. but date 1699. struck at with c under bust. 2 from the Wakeford collection. and Half Crown. Half Groat and Penny of 1699. 2 915 Shilling and Sixpence. Half Crown. . anno. xxxvi. and rev. and Shilling of %* 917 No. &c. all fine and scarce 6 Half Crown (octavo) (Wakeford collection) . Shilling and Sixpence of same date. struck at York. with c under King's bust . struck at Norwich. . 9. 21. Sixpence with plain angles on rev. both very fine and very rare 2 %* 914 No. 24). struck at Exeter. usual type. with N under bust (all Brice collection). 15. completesets of 1698. (Bud. Crown . and 10. obv. 29). 1698. with b under bust . King wearing straight cuirass. Crown (Bud. pi. usual type. 916 1 from the Brice. tertio. Shilling and Sixpence of same date.121 913 Shilling. decimo. and Sixpence of same date and type (Bud. but on plume in each angle . pi. but plume under bust of King on remarkably fine and very rare 3 *** No. 28). 14. 1 from the Cuff. 1699. regni. 11. both very fine and very rare %* Both from the Devonshire and Brice collections. and Half Crown (nono) . 921 Half (nono) Shilling and Sixpence of 1697. Bergne and Brice 2 collections. pi. as in the previous with plumes on rev. on edge. Half Crown (octavo). rev. and 920 12. 22). fine 1 from the Devonshire. with E under bust (all Ford collection) . 28. and Half Crown.. &c. extremely fine . usual type. with B under bust. 20). and no. &c. (Bud. 16. same type and date (ib. the Groat of 1699 15 Local Issues. lot. pi. Shilling and Sixpence of 1696 (Brice collection). but with plumes in the angles on the rev. struck at Bristol.. with Y under bust. Shilling and Sixpence of 1696. Shilling (Wakeford collection) and Sixpence (Brice collection) of 1697. pi. and Threeall very fine. 1699. pi. xxxvi. Bergne and Brice collections. pence. decvs. 2 from the Brice collection. 1700 and 1701 . Maundy Money. xxxvi. xxxvi. a complete series of this coinage of this reign excepting one piece. 27). all very fine and rare in this state 3 Chester.

usual type. usual date 1696 . 928 Proof Half Crown. fine and very *** From the Wakeford 929 collection. . 930 Proof Half Crown. King wearing pi. edge plain. well preserved and rare 1696. *** Crown Patterns and Proofs. Proof Half Crown. extremely fine. Shilling and Sixpence of 1697. date 1696 . extremely fine and 1 *** From 931 the Brice collection. some fine (nono) . rare the Bergne (lot 1048) and Brice collections. edge milled . 1698. very similar to the preceding coin. but date 1698 . 1696. extremely fine and rare XIII] *#* From 1 the Wigan and Brice collections. edge plain. with E under bust. 1696. very fine. and extremely rare Shilling. with Y under bust. same as the preceding coin. edge plain. King wears 1 a straight cuirass edge plain. but with *** From marks of broken die. edge plain (Bud. with N under same 924 and Sixpence of 1697. 1 from the Bergne and Brice collections. . struck at 3 with Y under bust. wt. xxxvi. Proof fine Shilling. [PI. same type and date as the previous coin but struck on a thicker flan . King wearing curved breast 1). edge plain (Bud. type rare . struck at Norand Half Crown. Shilling and Sixpence of 1697. 925 Proof Crown. 1696. &c. date 1695 rare . the Half Crown very fine York. usual type. 1695. but with marks of cracked with this shaped cuirass and very rare 1 *** From the York-Moore and Bieber 927 (lot 322) collections. rare 1697. 1 28 grs. extremely fine and very 1 [PL XIII] *#* From the Brice collection. (Bud. pi. struck on a thick flan. . Proof Crown. 1696. but date 1697. usual types with large bust of King . 926 Proof Crown. straight cuirass. xxxvi. date 1696 . . Shilling . struck at 3 Exeter. bust Half (nono). Silver. but the . pi. and struck on a thinner flan. all fine. wich. all very fine *#* All from the Brice collection. 2). plate . same as the last coin. 1 932 Proof and edge 1 plain. No. with curved breast plate die. xxxvi. 923 Half Crown date.122 922 Half Crown (nono). 3). Shilling and Sixpence of 6 struck at York.

1691 . 1691. edge milled 1 . edge milled (Bud. hi. as the last coin. (3) France and (4) Ireland. secvndo. edge milled. same as the preceding coin. . France and Scotland . usual type. A. del gra. and below. fine. brilliant and extremely rare 1 From the Wigan and Brice collections. usual type. dividing legend above and below . date 1705. . DECVS. VIGO . 1702. Before the Union. xvii. shields crosswise. et. a. 1705. but with bust of King with flaming hair. QVARTO. Gold. (Bud. decvs. Ireland. 1 brilliant.. xvi. From the Boyne collection. and date 1697 . 1701-1707. 17). 1 an octagonal flan. rev. &c. &c. Large bust of King to right. England. 938 Five Guineas. rex. (sic) in. "%* . viz. that of Nassau in centre. very fine and rare *+* From the Brice collection. four . 1699. gvlielmvs. on edge. pi.. anno. Pattern Sixpence.D. and on rev. br.123 933 Proof Shilling. 1703. crowned and placed crosswise. unique probably a mint trial-piece and may have been intended for struck on an Irish Shilling. Shilling.. FRA. with bust of King on both sides. REGNI. very fine and probably unique 1 *** From the Addington collection. bust of King to right. (2) Scotland. Bust of Queen with lovelock on right shoulder below. gvliemvs. pi.d. 1701-1714. obv. XIII] *** From the 1 Wakeford collection. but plain under bust. 936 Pattern for Irish (?) Shilling. . ANNE. xxxvi. 934 Proof York y 935 . edge plain. date 1699 . ANNO. as that shield takes the usual place of the English The date too is peculiar. regni. and in this state very rare *. extremely fine and excessively rare [PI. usual type. 18). Four shields crosswise. Usual type. and is *qr * This one. Large mag. 1697 obv. laureate and draped rev.£* From the Brice collection. Rose in centre of four shields (1) England. pi. date 1702 (Bud. 6 and 2). 939 Guinea. 937 Five Guineas (Vigo). hib. del gra. very fine and very 1 rare Copper. &c. on edge.

anno. pi. but with vigo under Queen's date 1703 (Rud. Half Crown. pi. decvs. regni. Half Crown. a very fine set and rare Brice. and a very rare date "%* From the Brice collection. 1703. and Shilling and Sixpence of same date. 1 942 Guinea. . extremely fine and very rare From the Cuff. xvn. of same date and type. and Shilling and Sixpence. 945 Half Guinea. 19). 1707. rev. same . all with vigo under Queen's in centre of four shields. all with plumes in angles of cross on rev. same and Shilling and Sixpence of same date. (Rud. date 1703 . usual type. tertio. 1 bust. and plain field on rev. very fine *** From the Brice collection. usual type. but with vigo under the Queen's excessively rare. date 1707. 7). plain under bust. 4 no. 944 (Vigo). (Rud.124 940 Guinea (Vigo). 4 *+* All from the Brice . 1 943 Half Guinea. of the same type as the Guinea. usual type. date 1702 1 (Bud. 941 Guinea. 1703. 3 *** Nos. Bust of Queen without lovelock. angles plain . crosswise bust (Rud. decvs. pi. Crown. &c. anno. 1705. pi. well preserved and probably only three or four specimens known *** From the Leycester collection. pi. 2 and 4 from the Hugh Howard and and from the Wakeford 947 collection. Thomas Brown and Adding ton Silver. 946 Crown. Star of the Garter and arranged as on the Five Guineas (lot 937) . 9-12). (Rud.. (1836). very fine and very rare 1 * From the Wigan and Brice collections. similar. date 1705. a very fine set collection. and rare of * * * From the Baker. and nos. *** Half Guinea bust . 1 17-20). xxxvn. on edge. xxxvn. 1707 (sexto). crowned. usual type. Bergne (lot 1067) and Brice collections. a very fine set and rare in this state 4 *** No. xvi. on edge. XXXVII. date 1703 (Eud. xxxvn. but without vigo. 2-4 from the Wakeford collection. regni. Hawkins and Brice . all with plume and rose in alternate angles on rev. the 2). 1703. very fine. pi. &c. collections. 20). 1703. but plain under bust. similar to last. Murchison. very fine and extremely rare 1 "%* From 948 Le Grand . 949 from the Bergne and Brice.pl. 1702. Crown. this date 1 collections. tertio. same. 1705. xvi. 13-16). very fine. date 1703. date 1705. Half Crown. 1705 (qvinto) Half Crown.

Guinea. date 1706. pi. XVII. (2) France. pi. regni. DECVS. date 1709. decvs. but with bust of Queen as on the Guinea before the Union. ANNO. 1 and 3 from the Bergne and Brice collections. and another. extremely fine 1 *** From the Brice 955 collection. as the Five Guineas. a. TERTIO. another. fine and an unpublished variety 1 pi. Queen's bust 1708. on edge. on edge. pi. REGNI.. usual type. 1707. usual type as before. qvinto. date 1 1709. extremely fine and very rare. but with the new bust of the Queen (see Rud. (Rud. &C. (rev. 1702 same date. &c. p. very fine and very rare 1 .). 1705 (roses and plumes). same . REGNI. *** Nos. brilliant 954 Two Guineas. but with elephant and castle under the date 1708 (Rud. Gold. date 1709. without the elephant and castle. 9 and 11). Guinea.£* From the Chetwynd and Brice collections. After the Union. but VIGO under bust. octavo. (4) Ireland. xvn. DECIMO. very fine and rare * * From the and Brice collections. rev. but on of the Garter in centre of four shields. i( Wigan 959 Guinea. the star (1 and 3) England and Scotland dimidiated. brilliant 1 953 Five Guineas. *** From 956 The difference of the bust before the Addington collection. ANNO. xvn. 952 Five Guineas. date 1707 (Rud. 1714. same as the preceding coin and same date. 1707-17H. date 1711 edge engrailed (Rud.125 950 Shilling. on edge. with elephant and castle under the 1 Queen's bust . 4 and 8). 957 Guinea. plumes on rev. instead of a rose. lot 951 . and after the Union consists only of slight variations in the hair. For note on date see Ken. usual type. 183. similar to the preceding piece. 1709. 951 Five Guineas. plain). 1 brilliant and rare which are *. 1709. unpublished . but letters of legends larger. 9). xvn. xvn. same as the last. 1 DECVS. 1706. &c. pi. usual type. type.d. 6 and 10).) and Sixpence. &c. 3). 958 Guinea. all very 5 fine and scarce in this condition . as the Two Guineas with edge engrailed. anno. 1707. 1711. same date (plumes on rev. date 1714.. 1705 (roses and another. 1709. fine 1 * * # From the Brice collection.

a very fine set 4 *#* No. date 1711. same *** From as the last. extremely fine 1 the Brice collection. 967 1 968 Half Guinea. date 1714. 1714. same. Half Crown. &c. 1708 Sixpence very fine set of (septimo). date 1713. angles plain. date 1714. very fine *** From the Brice collection. extremely fine *** From 962 the Brice collection. usual type. all with angles of cross on rev. same. crowned and arranged crosswise with arms as on the Five Guineas (see lot 951). 4 from the Hugh Howard and Brice collections.126 960 Guinea. 1 Silver. date 1707. same as the last. . decvs. and Shilling and Sixpence of same type and date. and Shilling and same date . and Shilling and Sixpence of same date all with plumes in angles of cross on rev. 1711. as the 964 Half Guinea. fine 1711. usual type. regni. and rev. septimo. same as last coin. 1707. fine 1713. and no. same type Guinea after the Union. 1 Guinea. 1. plain under bust. 1 from the Bergne and Brice. usual type. 1709. Guinea. 1712. but date 1709. *** Nos. an equally fine set 4 3 and 4 from the Brice collection. 969 Queen without lovelock . . extremely 1 *%* From 963 the Brice collection. Half Crown. extremely fine *** From the Brice collection. 1 966 Half Guinea. 965 Half Guinea. extremely fine *+* From the Bergne (lot 1069) and Brice collections. on edge. same. Bust of shields The four 970 Crown. usual type. 1707. and 1 with second bust. a 4 971 Crown. 1714. 1 Guinea. usual type. extremely 1 *** From 961 the Brice collection. date 1711. . 1708 (septimo). anno.. Half Crown. very fine *** From the Brice collection. plain under bust. Half Guinea. 1713. Crown. plain. date 1707. date 1711. usual type. but date 1712. extremely fine *** From the Brice collection.

usual type. the "%* Nos. 1710 (nono). all with rose Shilling of rev. rev. with plume and rose in alternate angles. same. 2 in alternate angles on extremely fine 3 %* 975 No. with e under bust and plain angles on date 1709. 1711. both with same rev. and from the Addington 1708. extremely rare and extra fine for this coin. all fine Nos. and Shilling and same date. same. 8 .. fine complete sets as before for 1710 and 1713. 1707. also another. all very fine. 1708 Sixpence Half Crown. angles and with E * under the bust. and with I 4 (Edinburgh) under the bust. 1 and 3 from the Brice collection. 1712 (undecimo). well preserved and of *** From )80 the Ford collection (lot 948). 2 and 3 from the Brice collection. Shilling. 1709. and Sixpence. with plain 3 last very rare )79 Half Crown. all with plain angles on rev. but with e * under the bust. and plume no. 1713 (dvodecimo).' 127 972 Half Crown. )81 Shilling. all fine 5 973 Half Crown. of all 978 Shillings. 1 from the Shepherd. Half Groat and Penny) of 1706. and Shilling and same date. 1711. all with plain angles on rev. and Shilling of same date. and plumes. same. and Sixpence. *** 1707 (sexto).. of 977 Crown. plumes. Half Crown. 1707. well preserved and of the highest rarity. 1709 (octavo). with E (Edinburgh) under the bust the highest rarity . 1 from the Wakeford. Half Crown. tertio). 1709 (OCTAVO). another. )83 all very fine 12 all very Maundy Money. 1708. known 1 )82 Maundy Money. and 1 date 1709. being the best specimen sets (Groat. and Shilling of same date. well preserved. plain angles of cross on rev. both with angles plain. and no. and Shilling of same date. 4 974 Crown. same as the last coin.. roses collection. Shilling and Sixpence of same date. type as the others in this lot. another. 1709. plain angles. 1714 (decimo. with plume and rose in alternate angles on rev. complete Threepence. unpublished *** From the Wakeford collection. also Half Crown. and specimens all very fine 5 976 Crown. and E Sixpence 4 (Edinburgh) under the bust. 1707 and 1708. plumes. plain angles. 1708 and 1709.. 1 Shilling. the Crown fine (septimo). all very fine *** No. 3 from the Brice collection. and same date. also Half Crown.

984 Pattern Guinea. Davy & Sons. angles on rev. anna. a large and bold bust in high relief to left. Murchison. 985 Pattern Guinea. Thomas Brown and Addington collections. date 1710. in 1 This piece is very like the current Guinea . 1702. del gratia. 137. . equally rare and very fine *** From 988 the Tyssen. M . draped lovelock on right shoulder rev. Bust of Queen to left. 12). wt.. . Scotland. 1707.128 Patterns and Proofs.pl.. From Silver. monogram in each angle. crowned and arranged in form of cross . usual type after the but with e (Edinburgh) under the Queen's bust . plain in the angles and plain edge. anna. del gratia. plain edge (seeRud. 1702. sceptre . head bound with ribbon. XIII] et. by CroJcer. Bergne collections. rev. Murchison. bare. but with large letters. &c.. Four shields of England. plain edge (Bud. 1 extremely fine and extremely rare (lot *** From the Tyssen. obv. preceding coin 1707. Bergne (lot 1089) and Brice collections. . but it varies in several details. London. obv. it is therefore a Pattern. 986 Proof Edinburgh Shilling. such as the stops after the words. XIII] 1 *** From the Cuff (£51). in centre. by CroJcer. fra * *** hib REG. xxxvill. date 1707. by CroJcer. Legends as usual. Bowles. extremely fine and very rare [PI. Bust of Queen to left. 123 grs. rev. and plain Union. by CroJcer. pi. same type as the preceding coin. 1710. brilliant and extremely rare 1 [PL XIII] *** From the Hugh Howard and Brice collections.. Pattern Shilling. Dryden Press : J. same type and same date. hib REG: 1702. excessively fine. by CroJcer. 1088) and Brice as the 1 987 Proof Edinburgh Sixpence. mag br. 1702.. but centre a rose plain edge. lovelock on left shoulder. . . Bowles. mag BR: FRA et. Suppl. Long Acre. Shields of arms as usual after the Union . Gold. France and Ireland. end of sale. in mint condition and of the highest rarity [PI. VI. the Brice collection. 27).

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23rd No. MAY BE VIEWED TWO DAYS DRYDEN PBESS : PRIOR. AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. WELLINGTON STBEET. . I37. LONDON. W. DAVY AND SONS. SOTHEBY.THE MONTAGU COLLECTION OF COINS. 1896. STEAND. LONG ACRE. CATALOGUES MAY BE HAD. and Five following Days. On MONDAY. AT THEIE HOUSE. MARCH. WILKINSON & HODGE. jbrtiottms of f iterarg of ^ropcrtg 13. CATALOGUE OF THE (Smk Jlerns. J. WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION. & WioxUz ilhistrattoe of thz JFitte ^ris. BY MESSRS.C.

IV. No person to advance less than Is. I. If at the expiration of Two Days after the conclusion of the sale. Wellington Street. III. II. provided the auctioneer cannot decide .. stolen. The highest bidder arise to be the buyer and if any dispute between bidders. the auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the seller. WILKINSON & HODGE. . will be added to the amount at which they were bought. and to pay down 5s. immediately after the conclusion of the sale . the in part of payment shall be and if any loss is sustained in the re-selling of such as are not cleared or paid for. Strand. all charges on such re-sale shall be made good by the defaulters at this sale. . 6d. WILKINSON & HODGE VII. and the expense. above five pounds. SOTHEBY. Gentlemen who cannot attend this sale. will have the option of reselling the lots uncleared. In the case of lots upon which there is a reserve. WILKINSON & HODGE . The lots to be taken away at the buyer's expense. either by public or private sale. may have their Com- missions faithfully executed by their humble Servants. Messrs. the lot so disputed shall be immediately put up again. Upon money required and deposited forfeited .CONDITIONS OF SALE. if required. or otherwise destroyed but they will be left at the sole risk of the purchaser. V. or errors VI. not hold themselves responsible if lost. damaged. and so on in proportion. they will then be catalogued for immediate sale. without any notice being given to the defaulter. in the pound. numbers stated. the said dispute. re-sold. 2s. in part payment of the purchase-money in default of which the lot or lots purchased to be immediately put up again and . lots failure of complying with the above conditions. London. The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode. the lots are not cleared or paid for. 13. will SOTHEBY. The sale of any lot is not to be set aside on account of any error in the enumeration of the of description. in default of which Messrs. SOTHEBY. the same as if re-sold.

Montagu purchased was the beautiful Stater of Croton described in lot 73. that sale appealed more to collectors of English coins. he offered to hand it So much so. he remarked " am me the a collector of glad you did not take that coin. Montagu turned his attention to those of It may be of interest to note that the first Greek coin earlier times. As. as we have previously re- marked. It Montagu. it. he had completed the formation of his cabinet of English coins that Mr. and this dominant feature in his character was the keynote to his success. who. and he purchased it.PREFATORY NOTE. commencement of the formation of this cabinet of Greek The this zeal was now turned " which Mr. however. which were included in the biographical sketch of Mr. when Mr. regret. : . and. Montagu's Collection. A few details relating to the formation of this splendid series sale of Greek coins will be found in the catalogue describing the British and Anglo-Saxon sections of Mr. to his afteroffer. Montagu had always kept up his with the classics so that the pages of Eckhel were as acquaintance accessible to him as any other numismatic work in his library. The extreme beauty of this coin. Montagu undertook it was always his endeavour to accomplish thoroughly. the catalogue may not have reached the hands of some of those who devote themselves specially to Greek coins. was not till which Mr. Montagu met I This coin proved to be the deciding his friend shortly afterwards. that. did not accept the point. particularly attracted Mr. For that reason we will recapitulate some of our remarks on the Greek series. second instance as in the for. because it has made Greek coins/' This occurred in 1889. what Mr. Montagu. and thus fixes date of the coins. not at the time having any serious intention of devoting himself to forming a collection of this series." Even in the pressure of the multi- farious duties of his profession Mr. Montagu had shown in collecting English coins to those of Greece. shortly after acquiring over to a brother-collector. as a work of art. and he was quite as successful in first .

however. as that formed by Mr. chiefly at public and of dealers. Montagu purchased very largely of dealers there are sales. as it contained a that date Mr. 1894. Hoffman. perusal of the of this catalogue must convince the reader of the truth of this pages remark. There. selecting fine specimens. Mr. the well-known dealer in Paris. sales Montagu purchased cautiously. so that he had not that difficulty to contend with. in completeness rivalled his English series. possible the previous collections through : Where which the coins have passed are quoted of these the greater number are from recent As Mr. It was a splendid acquisition. had he lived but a few years longer. or even treble. and such as were of special numismatic or historical interest. many cases where such information is not possible. * The duplicates and coins in inferior condition in this collection were eliminated by Mr. as in the case of forming his English cabinet. Montagu has been offered by public auction in this country. Mr. A To attempt to particularise what is of a special nature would mean the recapitulation of nearly the whole catalogue. placed Mr. no collection of Greek coins so remarkable for their beauty. The plates will give some idea of the beauty and fine condition of the coins but it must be understood that these form but a limited selection. of the whole of the stock of M. The also rapidity with which he collected tion : is shown by the extent of his collecit and. always. number of equally fine pieces. and sold at this house in December. through whom he obtained many interesting coins. which always meets a beginner. Montagu's collection on a very firm basis. in 1893.* From Montagu increased his collection with remarkable rapidity. and there was scarcely one of any standing over the whole width and breadth of Europe and in Asia Minor with whom he had not transactions at one time or another. . condition and numismatic importance. such as never before was the fortune of a collector to accomplish. He was a past-master in his art. very large number of very fine and exceedingly interesting coins.( iv ) At first. Montagu was on terms of friendship with most of the private collectors on the Continent. would probably have The present occasion ing to their treasures. : would have been no the difficulty in reproducing double. His practised eye told him at once what was true and what was false. offers to collectors a rare opportunity of addSince the dispersion of the Northwick cabinet in 1859. Montagu. His frequent visits to the Continent placed him in correspondence with the foreign dealers. The acquisition.

A. . Saguntum JR. F. pi. LOT Iliberi (Baetica). head to left. Punic letters below. dolphin. Drachms. V° couched lance. plough. 5 Minorca. Hemidrachm JR Punic B Cabiros 9> Bull to left (Heiss. Vice-President of the Numismatic Society. Male bust to . lxiii.S. £> Turiaso. in front. pierced. right. Beardless Head to right. Jjt riding one horse and leading a second. HISPANIA. of Romano Iberian. going to right holding Hemidrachm of Barcide King. pi. Bearded Horseman with couched 2). Scale of Mionnet. (Bes) facing rare 1 . xlviii. THE PROPERTY OP THE LATE HYMAN MONTAGU.. 9> Horseman to right. Bearded head to right. legend in exergue (Heiss. JR. 2). Head with curled hair to right. JR. and below M . legend below. right wearing corn-wreath fine R Horse to issue. Segobnia. 36 grs. xxn. crescent under name Arsenses. behind. lance. letters . M Horseman with circular shield. ESQ. wt. CATALOGUE OF THE VEKY VALUABLE AND EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF GREEK COINS. 1). in field ^. Horseman helmeted. FIRST DAY'S SALE.A-M. behind. JR. to right legend beneath (Heiss.O — (O t» fc Qi O* •>* OT • O -fees q/^Ae Coins.

to right.C. in spaces of wheel. 480-423. 350. Stephanos and necklace. shell. the other specimen 12 grs. 9> right. to K[Y]M AION. M Didrachms . 6 Cumae. CAMPANIA. Head of Pallas. (3) and necklace. 9> B.GALLIA.. Campanian bull. wt. one as symbol has an escallop shell shell. Head of Hermes wearing petasus. 18 grs. Mussel 9^ and 8^ grs. 41 grs. the hair confined by broad wearing triple earring bandeau. Female head to left. U2| grs. wt. M Diobol 9> (Nummi). of similar type but head of Apollo to right. wt. of Apollo laureate to left. 4 Popu Ionia.C. Female head to right.. 300-268. fine 3 400-340. very fine. wt.. wt. $> MA. 9> B. and without quiver or bow . Bust of Artemis. Head of Silenos and head of boar 3 conjoined.C. 5 ITALY. Lion's Mussel scalp facing between two shell. a thyrsos. 108 grs. wt.. 1 8 Female head to right Neapolis. Lion to right.C. 411 grs MAZZ AAHT. below head AIO<l>ANOYZ. $> legend as last. 65 Two-and-a-half Litra. wt. inscribed example showing only A and K A A in exergue. wearing letters). 64 grs. fy KV-.C. 9> NEOPOAITHS. wt. to right. bull to right. a bunch of grapes. 420-340. below bull IZ. 5 Alba Fucentis (Latium) Hermes wearing wt. 200. Campanian bull with Victory above. ivt. wt. with dotted border. 303-268. $> (mon. behind X $k plain. Bull and Victory. Obol (Half Nummi). JR Didrachm. & legend as before. B. type one side incuse . ALBA. Head of Pallas to Eagle on fulmen. behind head. 9 grs.. with bow and quiver right. ^RDidrachm. After diademed and draped. AA Lion to Another but with head of Artemis. hair of rather more ornate style. Obols (2) Head of Apollo rev. ^Drachms (3) after B. £> righta conch 116i gr& Obols (2). Head of Griffin to left.. 3 7 Hyria. Signia (Latium) B. 8^ grs. Male head to grs. wt. 3 Massalia. 115 grs. . Litra. the hair partly rolled and confined by broad bandeau. in M front caduceus. 9> plain. An M AZZ to left is . 13 condition in very excellent 2 and scarce B.. MAZZ A. wt. earring to right. Head of Hera nearly facing. the hair long and flowing YPINA fine (in Oscan Campanian B. below bull monogram. 114| grs.). Obol (Half Nummi). wt. behind head E. . petasos to right.). Victory flying above. $k MAZZ A. Head of Artemis wearing triple Lion to right (wt. and behind. ^ ^EIC. value M Ten .C. wt.C.fr N. boars' heads. in front on shoulder. (in exergue). Head grs. both right with value behind. 9| grs.

corn grain and dolphin. 420-400. at B. Didrachm. 4| grs.C. of Hera facing wearing left. Head behind head a cornucopiae (in M of Herakles Tianud left. 9> similar to the preceding. Female head similar to last. Campanian B.9 Neapolis. in 3 field. JR Didrachm. M Didrachm.C. Litra. 14 Arpi. (in exergue). <|> I I 115^ Phistelia. Head of Helios facing .C. fine attached a the Dioskuri on horseback. B.. and leading a 1 13 Teanum £> in lion's skin. bull to right. Head of is Apollo. 300-268. Victory above... left. Female head to right with XAPI.. hair loose 9> Fistlius (in Oscan Campanian and scarce bull to in exergue 1 dolphin. 300. and behind head Artemis ? with long torch . lettering). wt. to behind head an ear of corn star above. AAlOY. two crescents above A A. [PL I] Prancing horse to 109 grs. Head of Pallas in Corinthian helmet. 9> PY. wt. M Obols (2). A-.. rolled Female head to left. a hook (harpa or 1) . XAPI. M prancing horse to Diobol.C. wt. APPANHN. Head left. wt. with flying Victory above below bull A-. wt. wearing wreath of corn. Victory driving triga to 1 104 very fine [PL I] APULIA. grs. Hemi-Obol.. ZTEA A M Young head facing. to right. 326-213. Head letters). and confined by broad bandeau.C. 115^ grs. 116 grs. in field a lyre SVESANO.C. 2 Mussel. Rubastini Rubi. B> similar. fine in front . (in exergue). 9> A-.C. right. (in exergue). Head of Kore ?. fillet. very fine [PL I] of 12 Suessa Aurunca. Didrachm. to right . 14 grs. 9> Fistlius (in grs. laureate. fine Oscan characters). 313-268. 9> B.. Ear of corn. 420-400. iR Didrachm. necklace. Oscan grs. very fine 1 15 Arpi. 116 grs. 114 grs. 110 grs. 9> B. wt. 9> PY. wt.. wt. ornamented with a star. below neck. Sid ici n u m. £> NEOnOAITHN. the hair turned up back and confined by broad diadem ornamented with mseander Jfc M pattern. hair (3). B.. One carrying a palm branch to which second horse. wt... beneath and behind kantharos . circa B. 340-268. of Persephone.. M Didrachms 10 Nola. 10 11 Phistelia. fine 4 B2 . Campanian bull. B. wt. 340-268. NI2AAION. behind head a crater.. K.C. wt.

variety.C. Taras with trident. 9> N Drachm. triple ear-ring and necklace. below horses. £> B. #" Stater. under neck KOH The Dioskuri riding to left. wt. vol. N Tetrobol.. seated on dolphin to in front flying Victory about to crown him . 320-272.. H 1. an unpublished 400-300. and in the left hand a ball .C. B. N I] Diobol. tf Stater. TAPAZ. very fine [PL I] 1 ..c. Head of Apollo.C. 400-330. behind head Z A.. Head of Young Herakles in lion's skin.. 21 grs. 13). wearing Stephanos decorated with palmettes. 34 grs. rare [PL I] Tarentum. {see Num.c. IX. 65%grs. figure carries a palm branch to which is attached a wreath 17 ZA. a dolphin. behind TAPANTINI2N. in exergue. to right TARANTI NUN. two amphorae surmounted by two stars... extremely rare [PI.. 9> B. in front of head a 9> dolphin. very fine and very rare 1 [PL I] Tare nt urn. earring 9> TAPAZ-. magistrate's. B. and wearing earring and necklace. Eagle on fulmen. pi. wearing scarf and holding trident. fine [PI. V. to left. the near and fillet. N Drachm. wt.. tf Diobol. and dolphin with lion. Taras with trident in biga to right.C. wt.. cm. (monogram) in in 1 field. Chron. Head of Pallas in crested Corinthian helmet to right wt. Head of Hera wearand necklace. in brilliant condition and b. Series III. I] 1 23 Tarentum. TAPA. Taras kneeling on left knee. to right. TAPAZ. 400-300. rare 1 18 Tarentum. b. 132 grs. veil on back of head. I] 1 19 Tarentum. to left. b. rare [PL I] 1 22 Tarentum.. left.. Head of Apollo. <|>. below waves and wt. laureate. holding in right hand a distaff. 16 Tarentum. to right ing Stephanos. Eagle with open wings standing on fulmen. 132 grs. the further horse in advance. behind head NK. Head of Demeter or Hera 1 to right. a dolphin. Legend wanting. 65 grs. 320. in front #> Herakles contending wt. Head of Zeus. 400-330. very fine [PL 20 Tarentum. 12). below. and bow and quiver. 9> b. laureate.. in biga to right..CALABRIA. wt. (Carelli. laureate. 330-272. 44 grs.c. wt. 1 21| grs. name. exergue 21 NIKAP. ZA. N Hemidrachm.c. 330-272. Head of Goddess with partially flowing hair bound with cord. TAPA [Z] (retrograde). 1 ^ Taras. in field hH.

and below horse <|>IAI APXOZ. . . Taras wt.. nude to waist. 32 Tarentum. with outstretched hands.c.. 1 121^ 29 grs. JR Didrachm Num. fine seated on dolphin to TAPAZ.c. above Xfl.C. left. . Another. N Sicilian Litra. fine wt.c. holding bunch of grapes. wearing triple earring and necklace. j #> TAPAZ..c.. hand extended. b. seated left. Boy galloping to left. staff below an escallop shell (retrograde) Taras 1 nude to waist. of fine style and very fine condition [PL I] . fine to right in field Tarentum. ^l Didrachms wt.. 9> ZA. 9> Archaic head (Taras?) within linear scarce shell border of dots grs. Youthful rider to the horse crowning his horse. 500-470. Tarentum. Taras on dolphin. 122 Ifc grs. b. M Didrachm. M Didrachm. below a 1 dolphin. wt. 49 grs. to right.. 125£ grs. wearing crested helmet adorned with Scylla .. the hair sides and rolled over broad diadem £> AT. and under ZI2TENHZ. M Drachms (2). 122 and 1 27 Tarentum. to right lfc> b. Youthful horseman to right crowning his horse. horse in front upright caduceus. wt. 53^ grs. Head of Pallas to right.. the left A. B. in field nOAY. 420-380. E. and 123| grs.. TAPAZ. grs. TARAZ. 9= TAPAZ. (retrograde). above ZA-. Youthful rider crowning his horse. left. and under horse APE0HN. left Youthful rider crowning TAPAZ. V° Taras on dolphin. left. 473-400. on dolphin. wt. very fine 212-209.. holding figure of and cornucopia. Taras on dolphin to right. TAPANTINHN... below. in field TAY. 48).24 Tarentum. Youthful rider crowning B.302below dolphin A. Taras seated on dolphin to right. wt..C. 3 holding a tripod. 5= TAP. wts. Taras on dolphin an escallop circle. B. Taras 124 grs.. 420-380. Young Herakles 1 TAPAZ. 121 grs. Tarentum. holding kantharos and distaff... below. #> B. b. 1 28 Tarentum. Head of 12| grs. b.. . in field TAPAZ. fine Didrachms (2). escallop shell.. Female head to drawn back at *** From 31 the Carfrae collection. p. 287.c.C. 9> b. Hist. Owl on olive branch. below escallop shell B> Taras. both fine 26 Tarentum. Taras on dolphin to right. M Didrachms. 25 Tarentum. (3). and kantharos.. seated right. b. 330-272. 470-460. ATA. 400-272. thick wt. to left. 212-209.c 500-473.. 122 grs. 2 (Class n. TAPAZ... $> 2 Wheel of four spokes. Taras seated on dolphin to left. wt. ^l Didrachm. 302-281.. Taras on dolphin to 123 grs. below .C.c. fine 2 Victory left. fabric.C. fine hand raised. holding wt. Horseman his horse. 30 wt. Taras on dolphin B.

^R Didrachm. 400-272. wt. club Herakles and 38 lion. head of Pallas to right. naked. hand a bow. dotted border grs. b. Herakles contending with lion. Guide. 380-300. type of fig.33 Tarentum. nearly facing. 122 grs. wt. 53^ grs. in field a club and between legs of Herakles <|>. wt..C. wearing lion's skin. (B.C. M.C. in field Taras on dolphin to eagle. 1 122 37 grs. 9> Pallas in crested helmet adorned with lion. 5).. 16 grs. skin. 380-300. Herakles contending with lion. fine 1 (retrograde). 212-209. in field and club. 500-450. 9> 380-300. xv. fine. and another Head. Head of Pallas nearly facing. a one-handled vase and A0A. 19| Litrae (2).c. 550-480. in left hand he holds a bow. in field Herakles contending with a bow. TA PAZ. of Pallas to right wearing crested helmet adorned with Scylla . to left monogram [HPAK]AEinN. ^R Didrachm.. between the legs of Herakles an owl facing.. wt. 6| grs. KAA grs. M Didrachm [h]HPAKAHin. fine and scarce 36 Heraclea.. B. M Diobol. B. 1 35 Heraclea. rare period. an left. holding Kantharos and trident Head of Diobol. ^AA. 37). wt. 34 Heraclea. ME-T A. b. standing facing holding club downwards in right hand. fine .. pi. ing on club . 1 5 grs. Laus. I] B. $> to left. Head of Herakles wearing lion's R 3H-.N. in field to left. Human 39 Didrachm. in field to 1 AO-> wt. Lion to right. 117g fine style and condition [PI.c. O 4 and £> head of bridled horse. circa B.. wt. JR Drachm. M 1 Metapontum.C. wearing triple crested helmet adorned with Scylla. to right carrying 9> branch and under left horse XHKANNAZ. . palm B. 123 . wt. very fine Heraclea. Num. Horseman fillet. Diobol. 18 grs. ^ ^AA.. R.. wt.. Ear of corn in high relief the whole within Same type incuse (Hist. Herakles. Head #> of Herakles.C. 119£ grs. wt. wing. right hand restover the left arm he carries the lion's skin and in the him .. on lion's back a bird. O and 9> Kantharos LUCANIA. wt. wearing scylla crested Athenian helmet adorned with R h HPAKAHIX1N. Bull looking back headed bull to right. and over the arm hangs the lion's skin partially supported by a strap passing over shoulder. 432-380. Head of Pallas to right wearing crested Corinthian helmet adorned with behind head K- 9> H H PAKAH II2N. Scylla. grs. first M Didrachm. to left flying Victory about to crown right <|>| Herakles standing facing..

. bow and arrow art).fine.C. necklace ME[TA. and not quite so well preserved. M.C.. wt. Ear of corn. 1 and rare in this condition [PI. I] 45 Metapontum. incuse. of the hair turned up at back and decorated with ears and leaves caduceus. 550-480. 400-350. Ear of corn. Ear of corn. 118 grs..C. META. B. 120 grs. Head have suffered of Demeter to left.I. B. 120£ B. to left a club METAnONTINHN. back of head and portion of otherwise 1 Metapontum. 118 META. wt. to left of ear of corn in high relief. wt. fine Metapontum. Ear of corn. B..C.C. 122 grs. Ear of corn. from corrosion. AnH. naked. fine 1 .C. of 9> B. behind head. Head of Hygeia wearing Metapontum.. 550-480. and wreath of corn leaves and A0A-. I] 1 Metapontum. 1 fine 47 Metapontum. head facing.. forepart of lion and 9.C. Head left. M Didrachm. 1 46 Metapontum. and ornamented with mseander pattern. a dog seated META.C. Ear of corn. I] Didrachm. wt.. of Demeter to left. symbol to $> left B. (Carelli. fastened by bow at back of head. 241-^ grs. a locust Apollo. N. ^l Didrachm. to right of ear of corn #> Bull's Diobol. AEYK[innOZ] Head Leukippos in Corinthian helmet.. 350-330. B. of corn . to left tongs rev.. below neck ZP.]. wt. Head of Leukippos to wearing helmet adorned with quadriga driven by Victory. the whole within ornamental border. 146).. ETA. 350-330. 330-300. META-. 121 grs. 6 grs. 9> MET All. 38 grs. ^l Tetradrachm. 20| grs. wt. with ram's horn and ear 1 E> [M]ETA. to grs. ^l Didrachm. B. JR Didrachms (2) Compact fabric.. wt.. earring and necklace. fine [PI. grs.C. right. . standing. Ifc same type incuse. ET. M E- ear 5 Metapontum. the hair turned up at back and bound by cord. wt. fine [PI. to right. [PL I] ^l Drachm (Period of finest Young male head laureate. Female Dionysiac head to left wearing a broad diadem. and AMI.C.V. behind head. clvii. triple earring. very fine right. M Didrachm. wt.C. 400-350. 119 grs. to right of ear of corn.40 Metapontum. wearing 9> B. but bolder work. corn 9> B. wt. a bird and AM[|. 350-300.. Ear very fine of corn. very rare Ear of Corn. from which rises a row of ivy leaves. $> incuse. Tetrobol. 400-350. holding laurel branch. wt. 121 grs. 550-480. 480-400.. the second specimen similar. the whole within wreath of olive M & 44 ME.]. M M . wt.T. to 1 an altar. . and an Obol. same date. B.

. fine .. 390-350. a dolphin Bull to left. 118 J grs.C. with chlamys hanging whole within dotted and scroll border loosely across his shoulders. retrograde.C.. 420-390.C..C. Didrachm in preceding lot. in field. 3. (?) wt. 116| grs. B. right. - EY<|>A. Thurium. wt. 35| grs.C. 124 grs. 550-480. 300. ^l Tetradrachm. the second specimen has the letters in the exergue.. 9> 0OYPII2N. in exergue a fish.8 49 Metapontum. Head of Pallas in crested helmet decorated with olive wreath. Tetrobol. border of dots. Bull with head letters reverted grs. nOZEIAAN. 0OYPII2N. fine [PI. B. B. same POMEL. retrograde.. wt. same type. b. 54 Bull to right. Bull to date. and the 2 55 Thurium. nOMEI. wt. 480-400. wt. wt. to 9> left. in front of head AAP. Poseidon nude chlamys hanging loosely $> over shoulders hurling trident. B. JR Didrachm. £> B. B. Head of Demeter to right and plain necklet. 390-350. left.C. Didrachm. 122 grs. in exergue a dolphin. M & META-. Diobol. Bj . 500.C. 115| grs. Ear of corn. in exergue. Poseidon as on preceding. the hair long and wreathed wearing single earring with ears and leaves of corn. same type incuse but the not shewn. (retrograde). JR M bull Diobol. 1 50 Posidonia. 236 grs.. 122| ^RDidrachms (2).c. 550-480. M Stater. fine. to right with POM El. 1 51 Posidonia... wielding Same fine type incuse with legend and details in relief. but reading is to the left 0OYPI. Didrachm. the $1 naked. wt. ^ Drachm similar in type to the B. Head of Pallas to right. in exergue a fish. 420-390. beaded exergual line and below. (?) B. Bull to retrograde. ]£. in front a plant and in the exergue a dolphin and two Obols 5 of similar type and date 52 Didrachm. B. wt. very fine B. Bull to right. . thyrsos. . 57 grs. POM. 443. R 3 XYBAPL. nude with chlamys hanging loosely over shoulders wielding trident. ^l Tetradrachm. Poseidon trident. 124$ grs. Poseidon Posidonia. B> POZE-. Bull butting to right.. in exergue a 1 245 grs. 480-400. wt..C. Head of Pallas to right wearing crested helmet adorned with Scylla. Head of Pallas in crested helmet adorned with Scylla ©OYPiniM. wt. a fish. I] 1 56 Thurium.C. MY. 1 53 Sybaris. fine to right a plough and MAM. M POZEIAANI-. wt. behind neck A.C. Bull butting to right.

63 Bruttii. left. 116 grs.. very fine 62 Velia. in field A . whole within dotted border 9> trident. M trident. very fine and rare [PI. in exergue a very fine fish. B. 59£ grs.. yR Didrachm. Drachm. Head of Pallas to right wearing & 59 crested helmet adorned with Scylla.C.. 430-400. and of fine style [PI. in front olive branch and E. 390-350. turned up at back and bound by pearl bandeau and wearing necklace of pearls. Didrachm.... and pentagon. 0OYPII2N. VEAHTI2N-.. 1 58 Thurium. Head of Poseidon wearing beneath neck bucranium.. very fine 2 (2). crested M Didrachms Head of Pallas to right in helmet adorned with a (in exergue). wt. 390-350. 9> VEAH TI2N. 123 grs. beneath horses. Quadripartite incuse square. very fine . behind.C. plain diadem to left. 124 grs. rev.C. fine Bull butting to right.. Didrachm. 400. and I in front of 9> wt.C.C.|.. 64| grs.I... 3 Forepart of lion devouring prey. and dolphin. M left in crested B. 120 grs. $L VEAHT. Bull butting to right. 9> B. in field to right cornucopia. B.C. 61 Velia. B. fine. wt. above. (in exergue). 540-400. $> VEAH-. B.. Owl to right. wt. very fine M BRUTTIUM.C. wt. very fine. A. 114^ grs. griffin. and 62£ grs.9 57 Thurium. 114 Lion passant right. Didrachm. behind neck AP!R Bull butting to right. 282-203. . on neck piece <|>.. Head of bearded [PL I] Herakles to BPETTIX2N.C. very fine 60 Drachm. ^"Drachm (Attic). Lion passant right B.C.QN. Head of Pallas as on preceding. 400-268.. the left. wt. Victory in biga. wt. B. in exergue a fish. 390-350. Lion passant right. above 4> . <|> . B. - <|>.. wt. Head of helmet adorned with Scylla M Pallas in crested 0OYPIHN. 1 32| grs. ivt. BPETTII2N. Head of Pallas to helmet adorned with dolphin. Lion passant right. Amphitrite veiled.C. B. Head of Pallas to right in crested helmet adorned with Pegasos 1 9> VEAHTX1N. behind neck neck <J>. in exergue lion bounding to 1 right. Female head of transitional style. the hair Velia. I] 1 64 Bruttii. above. I] 1 Thurium. above XXX. wt. 400-268. 282-203. seated on sea horse to before her stands Eros drawing a bow. grs. in front E. behind club V° N Hemidrachm. a coiled serpent. Head of Pallas to right wearing crested helmet adorned with Scylla. wt.. 116 grs.

Tetrobol. horned. ^l Stater. crab to right. very fine 1 73 Croton. (Carelli. Eagle standing on stag's head. wt. adorned with honeysuckle design and on either side. and rare [PL I] (in exergue). dotted exergual line. wt.. to behind heads a cornucopia 9> BPETTIX2N. incuse. M Stater. Bruttii. Head of Pallas in crested Corinthian helmet to left. nude. and on his outstretched left Apollo.. 121 grs. 282-203. 1 very fine 72 Croton. the whole within a dotted border Eagle flying. M Stater. very fine.C.. Head of Hera wearing necklace. KPOT-.. B. but inscription not shewn. 480-420. behind..C. right. 9 PO-. KAVA. 123| grs. foreparts of Griffins nude. in field above. 123 grs. tot. in front a stag looking back.. left. 9> Herakles. with amphoraic in pendants. leaf to left. his raised right hand a branch. #> B. 120J 1 69 Croton. N. 38). B. 550-480.. with details in relief. Stater OS?. M 282-203. very fine 1 71 Croton. wt. . #> B PETTI UN. Eagle with extended wings to field a rudder. Naked male figure.. who also carries a branch.. B. Tripod. 550-480. Lakinia nearly facing.C. with flowing hair.. ?po. a club . JR Stater Eagle of compact fabric. wt. very fine 1 70 Ooton. M Octobol. 9> B. I] 1 ..C. similar in type to the preceding. ^ BPETTIX2N. B. 550-480.. crowning himself. M Stater. 550-420. his bow and club. very fine 1 66 Bust of winged Nike to right. on rock covered with the lion's skin. very fine over the stag O. wt. Busts of the Dioskuri to right. 124| B. in field lance head with portion of 86 J grs. very fine 1 Cau Ionia. dentated pattern in exergue.C.. Tripod with ivy circa 420. $> B. B.C. the whole within broad dotted border M Same type incuse.. 122| grs. incuse. holding in arm a small running figure. 550-450. 282-203.. The Dioskuri on horseback going shaft. M Stater. wt. in field a rudder and T-. very fine and scarce in 2 67 Cau Ionia. seated. looking back 9PO.L. 69| grs.. 9> flying. and Stephanos. 38 grs. clxxxiv.c. holding in right hand wine cup . wt. wt.. wt.V.C.T. retrograde to right of tripod grs. right. centre. a charming coin in beautiful condition [PI. Tripod.C. 68 129 grs.10 65 Bruttii. grs. the whole within an ornamental border $ Same type incuse.

Stater. I ATAZ. 344-322. sprig of olive wt. Drachm. I $k RECINON. M honeysuckle pattern 9> KPOTHN lion's skin. head scarce 1 staff. 9> circa B. wt. and SybaHs. I] *** From the Carfrae 77 collection..C. PHTINON. 117 grs.. 420-390. 480-466. grs. 415-387. Helmeted head of 9> Staters (2) (Corinthian type). 480. wt. of Zeus to left Eagle tearing hare. seated on rock covered with hand wine cup.c. Lion's head facing REC NO.. he holds with left hand club by 120 grs. 247 J grs. the whole in laurel wreath. and 132 grs. grs. tripod in plain border the details in relief. wt. wt. Herakles. 1 wt. (retrograde). 1 very fine *** From 75 [PI. M ?PO grs... AOKPI2N. Male figure seated. I] the Smith collection. b..C. M Stater.c. 87£ grs. very fine [PI. head 9= Tetradrachm. 132£ grs. M of Apollo to left.. 265| grs.. 510. behind very fine £> Lion's scalp within a dotted border. Head wt.11 74 Ooton. Hare run.C.. 1 79 Rhegium. I] B. B. Mule car to right. 81 Rhegium. 494- R EC ON. b. the hair long and flowing #> The Infant Herakles seated on cushion strangling two serpents. and his bow rests against the rock. Drachm. naked to waist. Head of Apollo laureate to right. 390. 117 grs. PHTINON. to left of 9> Bull looking back. head to left.C. 466-415. ning to right. 2 both very fine 78 LocPi 9> Epizephyri.. the latter ornamented with facing wearing B. wt. M . Calf's £. JR Stater. wt. his holding in right side.. 265 grs. Stater... Laureate Apollo to right...c. Head of Hera Lakinia nearly necklace and Stephanos.. 415-387. fine. 120 rare fine and very 1 [PI. lot. Croton. 14| RECINON. Mule car. 480-466. resting on (retrograde). Scalp of lion fine. to left. exergue olive leaf.C. Pallas to left Winged Pegasos wt. wt. I] of [PI. 326-300. fine Laureate B. Loch Epizephyri.. 4 80 Rhegium. $> 66^ Obol. and 1 82 Rhegium. driven in by bearded charioteer. behind spray of olive 1 Lion's scalp facing. Hare running.C. 480-466. Tetradrachm. . a beautiful piece in perfect preservation [PL I] 76 Ooton *** From the Smith collection. fulmen (one has the Pegasos bridled). fine REC (retrograde) Hare running I to right. M #> Tetradrachm. AOKPflN-. below. 267 grs. field fulmen and monogram AP. in very fine B. KPOTONIATAX. b. of ornate style..C. before B. nude.

shield V° B. hair bound with sphendone seated on square cippus.c. 270^ very fine and rare 1 [PL 89 I] (or Camarina right.. Eagle on summit of rock about to attack a serpent 1 9> Crab. marks of value beneath. Stater.. N Hexas.c. Head of the Nymph Winged Nike b. between two olive leaves with berries. 472-415. very fine 1 Eagle to left with double volute beneath. magistrate's name. triple earring and Winged Nike seated on square cippus holding small bird. but the surface is somewhat rough. Dwarf palm 128^ grs. above.C. fine 415-406.. 85 Agrigentum. KAM[API]. 262 grs. 415-403. 461-405.c. M Didrachm.c... 88 Agrigentum. Terina to right. M M Tetradrachm. AKP-.12 83 Terina.. ZIAANOZ. wt. Eagle with wings spread. of Herakles wt. fine. Head of Pallas to wearing crested Athenian helmet adorned with hippocamp 9> KA-. to attack serpent. preceding piece. either side of crab an escallop shell and conch.. her forefinger. $1 Crab. TEPINAIX1N. 87 Agrigentum. and below a dolphin. circa b. as on wt. very 1 and rare b. wt. in good condition between two greaves. N. in exergue two amphorae. Corinthian helmet on round with fruit.c. flying Nike about to crown charioteer. wt. very fine and rare b. Hexas. lion's B. Head wearing skin to left 9> Quadriga driven to right by Pallas.C.. Catana).. 9= Crab. with curled hair. rare [PI. Eagle about wt. grs. wt.. I] 1 . wt.. 415-406. 1 and rare 91 Camarina. standing to left on supine hare and about to devour it.C. 263 grs. a conch and escallop shell AKRATANTINON. 9> Crab and broad sea fish with open mouth. Tetradrachm. 19^ grs.. on grs. very fine [PL I] of 1 84 Terina.. 120| grs. B. 415-406. very fine [PL I] 1 SICiLY. 400-388. beneath. M Tetradrachm. 9> b. on which.. N 86 Agrigentum. b. with small bird perched on wt. very fine and rare [PL II] 1 90 Camarina. AKRACANTOZ.. richly ornate.. obv. 18 grs. TEPINAION. M M 115 Stater. 440-400. Head the Nymph necklace 9> Terina. AKP-. 20 grs. supporting the hare a rock. 461-405. and on the exergual line EHAKEZTIAAZ.c.

Head erect.. crowning charioteer. behind olive leaf with two berries Quadriga going to above Nike flying right carrying fillet. horses crowned by (river Gelas) flying Nike. CEAAZ. grs. of Apollo three-quarter face to left. 466-415. 266 J grs. M. (perhaps the river god Amenanus).] 1 From the Duca di Tagliaria find.13 92 Catana the Restoration). fore-part of man-headed bull Quadriga. 267 grs. very fine 1 and rare [PL I] Victory * * + From the Carfrae Collection. 466-415. and hitherto only published by Salinas. 50 B. 265 1 . 266 grs.. wt. 32). 480-415. and below a fish (B. no. above Victory flying to left about to crown 1 the horses. M Tetradrachm. in grs.. 415-403. b. Female head to left wearing left.. M Tetradrachm.C. the Eestoration.. 461-415. fine and excessively rare [PL II. honeysuckle design with volutes. very fine 1 93 Catana. within dotted border 9> Quadriga.C. behind him three stalks of corn. B... JR Tetradrachm. £> B. headed bull (river Gelas) $o Quadriga. wt. very 1 fine [PL II] 99 Gela. the hair at KATANAION. 51 B. around fore-part man- crowned by flying Nike. b. early fine style.C. 266| in a line above. B. retrograde on tablet. in front stands Eros with uplifted hands EPYKAITI B-. part of man-headed bull to right M Tetradrachm. necklace and sphendone TEAAZ-. 97 Gela. wt. wt. wt. 400. wt. Aphrodite seated to left holding a dove.. back waved and turned up under the tie of wreath (after M 9> Quadriga of walking horses to right.. wt. Laureate head of Apollo to right. wt.c. fore-part of man- of fine style to right Quadriga to above flying Victory about to crown horses. very 1 and rare before 466. very fine [PL II] 1 95 Eryx... TEAAZ. traces of legend. %* 96 Gela. Hound going to right. after M short Tetradrachm. in exergue KATAN AiniM.. 264 grs. AT [Z]f2ZIPOAIZ. Cat. b. 268| grs. 461-415. 9> Young male head with right.c. headed bull 9> M Tetradrachm. the horses CEAAZ. 265 grs. veryfine 100 Gela. wt. in exergue a bird flying. 415-405. 9> B. hair laureate KATANAION-.C.c. very fine exergue. Tetradrachm. at right side signature of the artist HPAKAEI A AX..C.C. Fore- Quadriga going to left.. right. M Tetradrachm. very fine of 1 98 Gela. 94 Catana. fine Forepart of man-headed bull to 16| grs.

106 Leontini.c. (b) HIM. early fine style. to right.. 500-466. Cock to left $> Crab. 409-241. border of dots AEONTINON. wt. 480. M MESS EN 2^\ wt. B. II] 1 110 Messana. around.C. wt. charioteer crowned by Nike..C. copied earring. Lion's head.C. B. 6). in exergue olive leaf M ESSEN ION fine (retrograde).. wt. b. 472-415. 481-467. both very fine B. 264 grs. right. around four corn grains. Nike. 9> M Tetradrachm. the charioteer crowned by flying in exergue Punic legend (Eesh Melkarth) (B. ivt. 1 and . AEONTINON. 268 grs. ivy plant behind 9) AEONTINON. 251. 108 Leontini.. Quadriga going slowly to right. 9> Mill sail incuse. 259£ grs. Cock to right. Head of Persefrom the coins of Syracuse. 482. Biga Hare running of mules driven to by seated scarce charioteer. Attic Tetradrachm (struck under Anaxilas). fine and rare [PI. Lion's wt. Cat. head to 9> Didrachm. which issues from a lion's head. Laureate head of Apollo head. 493-480.14 101 Heraclea-Minoa. II] 1 500-466. four dolphins $k right. 134 grs. 263| grs. in moderate condition 1 105 Leontini. Tetradrachm. II] 1 102 Himera.. the whole within dotted border . very fine 1 to right. four corn grains. II] 1 M 109 Messana. within dotted border. $> Mill sail incuse. 466-422. 466-422. fine M AEONTINON. Nymph Himera sacrificing Silenus bathing under a fountain. above. ^ft Tetradrachm. 1 around. Laureate head of Apollo... no. 81 grs. Tetradrachm. behind her.. M Tetradrachm. 2 103 Himera (under Theron and Thrasydaeus). in field a locust.. JR Drachms (2) (a) Cock to left. very fine [PI. 264| grs... M 107 Leontini. grs. M Didrachm. within dotted border 9> ION. right 9> circa b.C. 87^ grs. M. Calf's head to left within dotted border. wt. circa B. HIMERA. above Nike crowning horses V° large lettering. at B. Quadriga to p.C. B. (retrograde) and cock in exergue. circa B. Sicily. and below a fish. retrograde.C... open jaws. very fine and scarce [PI.. Lion's head with open jaws to right. in field three grains of corn. id.C.c. a grain of corn altar.. wt.. wt. before circa B. 265^ grs. Quadriga to left. Lion's head facing. to right. Lion's around four grains of corn Horseman cantering to right. ^Tetradrachm.. 9> IMEPAION. horses galloping.. fine [PI. very fine and scarce 104 Himera. 1 134 grs.C. with open jaw. and crowned with corn leaves. wearing necklace and phone. wt.

very fine and right. fine ground 1 Naked and rare [PI..C. fine M and very rare 117 1 Naxos. Bj B. wt. 415-403. very fine border right. Nike crowning mules. Tetradrachm.C. B. Head of Dionysos. Messana in MEZZANION. Tav. Drachm. two dolphins facing... see (Account of West Sicilian find). M Tetradrachm. 420..C. wt.. no specimen of the Didrachm is given in M M Historia Numorum or in British Museum 112 Messana. Head and of great of ArethusaC?) to left (as on the coins of Syracuse by Kimon). 480-420. two dolphins Bj Youth seated sideways on horse prancing to left. in field. dolphin Biga drawn by mules . dotted Hare to right. condition extremely fine and rare in this 119 Naxos. Didrachm. wt.C. 129 grs. wt.. 461-415. a specimen similar San Angelo Catalogue. driven male charioteer. in very excellent fy condition and very rare. beneath which. II] (period of transition). xvn. to border of dots & MOPTANTION. wt. before circa B. Silenos seated on ground.. B. hair slightly turned up at back. with a wine cup in his hand. Head of bearded Dionysus. diadem Salinas 1 263| grs. with taenia. Head of Dionysos bearded. around four dolphins 5> Crab. mule car to B. Didrachm. of early style. is fine and the presumably unpublished. 63 grs.C.C. [PI.. the hair rare [PL II] 1 . wt. wearing wreath of ivy.. quoted in 1 115 Motya M Tetradrachm. 420-397. 480. border of dots and dotted exergue line by ESSEN ION. circa B. Bearded head (Zeus wt. Hare. MEZSANION. 129 grs. MEZZ AN I ON. below dolphin. border of dots. 1 M Tetradrachm. from which a vine springs.. Hare running to right. II] 118 Naxos. hair waved and drawn back at sides. 18 116 Motya. 1 114 Morgantia. in very good state rarity. M Tetradrachm.15 111 Messana... M. to bound by broad diadem ornamented with ivy wreath 9> NAZI ON. in exergue. 480. wearing broad and hair in net. and bound by cord passing three times around . of early style N AX ON. wt.C.. Bj B. 6Q^ grs. Bearded Silenos seated on ground holding kanI tharos. 262 grs. M Drachm. holding thyrsos and kantharos. 263 grs. excessively rare. 264 grs. in exergue. II] 1 113 Messana. very fine [PL II] M Catalogue [PI.C. 264| grs. crowned with ivy. olive leaf 1 and two berries. 461-415. II] B. Biga of mules to right. I seated on the Silenus with pointed ears and horse's tail. wt. Ear of corn or barley. right.. 1). beard long Bo N AX ON.. Head of Nymph.. No. 7998 [PI. B.

hair turned up at fy back 122 . 9> B.. indicating it as sacred to Asklepius. wt. of Apollo to right. M Didrachms & Wild parsley leaf. behind. the other. B. M Tetradrachm. no.C. 133 grs... Tetradrachm.C. 265^ grs.C. behind him stork and in the field a parsley leaf.C. [PL II] charging arrows.C. 500.. surrounded wt. JR Didrachm. 500-480. Herakles contending with a wild bull which he seizes by the horn and is about to strike with his club ZEAINONTION. 415-403. B. 17) (b) 480Head of Nymph Segesta wearing diadem. Apollo and Artemis in quadriga.C. similar to grs. wt. ZEAINOZ. in the centre the head of a M ZYPA?0-ZION nymph 127 or goddess. circa 466. River Hypsas sacrificing before altar. ZVRA.. 9> Incuse square divided into four parts. an 9= HY-V AZ. 17£ grs. wt. 130 grs. B. M Didrachms (a) .16 120 Naxos. 466-415. wt. in exergue a fish. ZEAINOEZ. wt. border of dots lines. Young river- god Selinus sacrificing at altar. in the left hand of Selinus is the lustral branch. M Tetradrachm. 5 123 Selinus.. wt. 10 grs. M Didrachm. Man-headed bull to right. 500.. 134| grs. Female by dots. I IB-. wt. hair delineated $> riding one horse and leading a second. hair turned up behind ZATEZTA . Apollo dis269 grs. head of early style. Cat. very fine 1 124 Selinus. around which is a serpent twines. He holds branch and patera . 500-478. wt. Laureate head kantharos.. fine (3) 2 Selinus. 466-415. . priapic term. Dog to right. ^l Didrachm.. seated with thyrsos and in 1 field to right. grain of corn. Dog to right. ZYPA?OZION. later. Seated nymph seizing snake. slow quadriga to right . 415. fine and scarce a 1 125 Syracuse to right 9> before B.. very 1 . in exergue. behind him.C.. of archaic style.C. laurel leaf with berry. M. 262f very fine and rare 1 [PL II] Syracuse. . vit.. NAZII2N. $t Incuse square variously divided. wt. before two in B. Slow grs. B. B. in the centre the head of a nymph 126 or goddess. Obols (2). of archaic style. One with parsley leaf on either side. fine (B. a selinon-leaf and an image of a bull standing on a base 9> ZEAINONTION. before which is a cock. 129 J very fine (2) and rare [PL II] 121 Segesta. very fine and rare 1 Syracuse. Head 9> of Nymph Segesta of archaic style. Silenos under neck a pellet last. averaging 133 grs. and scarce [PL II] fine Man by dolphins 133 grs. Quadriga border of dots Incuse square divided into four parts.

1 267^ grs. pistrix (Head. very fine 131 Syracuse. above. in exergue. pi. fine 1 Tetradrachm. pi. JR Tetradrachm. which descends to line of truncation. 11.. fine 1 b. somewhat early style. confined by bandeau of pearls Female head of £> Quadriga going at walking pace to wt. Fe- male head to right wearing earring and necklace. about to crown the horses . pi. 134 Syracuse.c 479-466. M Tetradrachm. ZY. to right. circa B. 133 Syracuse. four dolphins . above winged Nike flying to right. in exergue. M Tetradrachm. 480. M 267| grs. B. very fine 1 [PL II] . Female head to right. 267| 132 Syracuse. 11. hair waved at sides.17 128 Syracuse.C. the charioteer holds a long goad in right hand and the reins in both.C. 1 pistrix (Head... hair bound with a double cord passing three times round head and once round back hair. 479-466. Female head to right wearing earring and necklace.RAKOZION. Nike flying right with grs. four dolphins . wt. around. ZYRA9OZIOIM. four dolphins 9> Quadriga going slowly to right. 4). about to crown the 1 1. wt. above. pi.. turned up at back and held by plain bandeau. ZYRAKOZ-ION. B. wt. sides. 9> Quadriga to B. wt. M Tetradrachm. 485-478. border of dots. about to crown the charioteer. 10). the portion over forehead delineated by dotted lines. she wears necklace of pearls .c..C. fine and scarce 129 Syracuse. Nike flying right. Ijk Quadriga going slowly to right. above.. Nike flying right. Nike flying left. 266i grs. the hair is by dots and is turned up at back. II. the extreme ends passing over pearl bandeau around. the ends passing under beaded cord 9> Quadriga to right. right. wt. Female head surrounded by four dolphins. the hair over brow delineated by dots. ZYPAKOZION.. in exergue. 269 grs. wt. above. very fine M Tetradrachm. the hair is confined by plain bandeau... Quadriga driven by male charioteer to left. 485478. ZYRAKOZIO— N. right. ZVRAKOZION. four dolphins 9> Quadriga to right. pistrix.C. fine fillet .. above Nike flying to right. the remainder by lines descending below truncation. 266 grs.. M 266^ grs. around. Tetradrachm. about to crown horses (Head.. 130 horses (compare Head. 1).C. the hair waved at sides and bound with cord passing once round the head and twice round the back hair around. Syracuse. Female head to right wearing earring and necklace with pendant. the remainder by cross hatched lines 9> ZYRA (in exergue). Head [PL II] of 1 Goddess to right delineated surrounded by dolphins. wearing earring and necklace. B. b. hair waved at turned up at back. about to crown charioteer .. 6). 479-466. above horses flying Nike. 479-466.

N. unpublished. pistrix (Head. very fine and a scarce type [PI.c. II] . grs. ZYPAKOZION.A in the angles of quadripartite incuse square with female 9). II. above. 11. around. Head of Nymph to right.Y-P. 466-406.C. leaving loose curls on crown of the head and at back of neck . very 1 II] B. Nike flying right fine [PI. wt.. hair 9> b. the hair waved.. either side of socket. pi. 125). 136 Syracuse. ZYPA.c.. 7). ZYPA. 466-406.C. pi. 51 around. head in circular indent in centre (Head. 479-466. in exergue. within incuse square. Head of young Herakles clad in lion's skin Z. in exergue. very fine [PL II] 140 1 Syracuse. wt. extremely rare [PI. Female head to right.. fine 137 Syracuse. the ends turned up at back and confined by pearled cord 5> Quadriga to right. which is formed into a kind of chignon. 9> Aegis N. 21| grs. 466-406. Female head to right wearing earring and necklace. ZVRAKOZION. B. a locust (Head. in... in. above. Ijk Quadriga going slowly to right. M Tetradrachm. 9> B. no. wearing necklet with pendant bulla Trident head. wt. above.. wearing crested Athenian helmet with Gorgon head (Head. Cat. in exergue. 138 17| grs.. in. Head 10£ of Pallas left. 268 grs. 479466. very fine style and 139 condition. pi. Nike with wreath. 10). pi. the hair waved and bound wearing earring with cord wound five times round the hair. M. pistrix (Read. pi. ZVRAKOZI - ON. four dolphins Quadriga driven by female charioteer to right. 1 Syracuse. 6) (B. about to crown the 1 horses. wearing earring and necklace. the blown back. M. about to crown horses. four dolphins b. Nike flying right. 466-406. .C. } veryfine 1 Syracuse. ZYPA. horses. wt. Female head to and plain necklet.. with volutes between prongs and on wt. M Tetradrachm. 267 grs. II] (retrograde). 267 grs. the hair waved at sides and bound by band of pearls. the back portion coiled. N~.wt.18 SECOND DAY'S SALE (SYRACUSE— continued). driven by female charioteer who holds goad.. LOT 135 Syracuse. 9). left.

four dolphins . (B. fine and scarce [PI. 1 9> Hercules and lion. 267 grs. 4). horses in high action. 466-406. &c. Ill] to left. Tetradrachm. signed? wearing earring and necklace. single drop ear-ring and necklace. 466-406. pi. by Eukleides.. and behind head NOV. ZYPAKOZII2N. Cat. Quadriga going rapidly to left. wt. in EVM H NOV144 (B. b. II] 466-406. M Tetradrachm. four dolphins back. wearing earring and necklace. horses in crown 266 142 charioteer. JR Tetradrachm by Eumenos. 466-406. high action. B. no. (above head). Head of goddess to 9> 146 N left wearing sphendone ornamented with stars. due in a measure to faulty 1 striking [PI. Ill] c 2 . and in the exergue a fish swimming grs. 405-345. above flying Nike. wearing earring and necklace. 5). the back hair arranged in a plaited knot at back.C. left. IV. EVM H NOY B.C. on the preceding 193). about to crown 1 145 horses (Head. by Eumenos. around four dolphins B.. very fine exergue and rare 1 Syracuse... wt. as Cat.C.. head wearing earring and plain necklace. Ill] 1 Tetradrachm.19 141 Syracuse. (B. ZYP[AKZION]. horses prancing.c. 26£ grs. 9> Quadriga [PI.. above Nike flying to right. M . behind neck signature of artist. around. on the tablets FVKA of which EIAA around. M. 466-406. 89| grs. under neck EVMH-. M. wt. Ill] Piece of 100 Litra or Double DekaSyracuse. to left. wearing earring and necklace. pi. by Eukleides and Syracuse. fine and rare [PI. Eumenos. ZYPAKOZ. Cat.. 265| grs. M. ^Tetradrachm.. in front of neck a diptych (with loop for suspension). to left.. O very fine. Female head to EVM $> Quadriga to left. wt. drachm (by Euanetos). Female head. B. 1 195). the hair bound with sphendone.C. 141). the hair waved on brow and turned up at H NOV-. M Female 9> Quadriga to right. Female head to left. very fine [PI. about to crown charioteer. above flying Nike about to under horses a crane. Female head. the hair turned up at back and light curls on forehead. 1$> not so good. around four dolphins 9> signed. above Nike flying right. piece. wt.. about to crown charioteer. EYA[INETOZ]. around four dolphins Quadriga to left.C. signed. left. beneath neck ZYPAKOZION. with untied wreath. B. over which several tresses fly back. Syracuse. the hair rolled at sides and turned up at back. of charming style. ZYPAKOZION. in. the followed by a dolphin (B. [Z]YPAKO [XI ON]. M. the hair waved at sides and bound by a cord passing round three times. in exergue dolphin (Head. 143 267f grs. wt.. in exergue . fine Syracuse. 144).. Cat.

wt. free horse prancing to right. 405-345. fine Piece of 50 Litra. wt. N Piece of 100 Litra or Double Dekaof goddess to left. M Dekadrachm by Euainetos. the lower formed of On pearls. horses in high action. 405-335.. facing . helmet.QN]. suit of defensive armour. Young to left & [ZY]PAKOZI[. on the one immediately below artist in full. N drachm. a fine and exceedingly well spread medallion [PL III] 1 B. or Golden DekaB. [ZYP]AKOZION. of artist KIMI2N. 415-404.C. signature cuirass. upon B.C.. male head (the River Anapus ?) and rare [PL III] 1 EYPAKOZII2N. Y. wearing triple earring in sakkos decorated with stars. Head Persephone to left. 405-345. . very fine condition [PL III] 1 153 Syracuse. Syracuse. &c. 405-335. in exergue. wearing earring and necklace. on wt. Head and wreath shell Persephone to left wearing triple earring. arranged in wavy and bound with wreath of corn leaves.C. Head of Arethusa.20 147 Syracuse. 405-345. 44| grs. free horse prancing to right. and wearing around. 1 . very fine 148 Syracuse. wt. the horses in high action. 657 grs. drachm. signature. Female head Arethusa ? hair in net. above.. flying Victory about to crown charioteer. 149 upon a band. Dekadrachm or Medallion by Kimon.C. 669 grs.C. dolphins darting in and out among her flowing locks. her diadem traces of the artist's name Kl MilN. ZYPA-. 152 Syracuse. [ZY]PAKOZI12[N]. very fine and rare [PL III] 150 Syracuse. suit of defensive armour. Young male head (the river Anapus behind head corn grain 5k ?) to left. in front of neck and behind an escallop 9> Quadriga driven to left. and below the dolphin. 405-345.. 663 grs. 1 the whole within a shallow incuse.. A0AA. nearly 9> wearing the necklaces. suit of defensive armour. in exergue.. ZYKAKOZII2.C. four dolphins. above flying Nike about to crown charioteer. under exergual cuirass line. a band. necklace I of corn leaves. whole within shallow incuse. 151 Syracuse. curls EY A N ETO I 9> Quadriga driven to left. upper one plain. hair lion. 90 grs. four dolphins. in exergue. N Dekadrachm or Medallion by Euainetos of ZYPAKOZII2N.. N Piece of 50 Litra or Golden Dekadrachm. Head and necklace. 9> Quadriga driven to left... without of ZYPAKOZII2N. greaves. behind neck a star $> Hercules and B. signed. M neck the signature of the KIMI2N. broad bandeau .C. above flying Victory about to crown charioteer. very fine [PL III] B. hair turned up at back. around. 1 wt.. horses prancing.. B. B. Nike alighting on ZYPAKOZII2N. Quadriga. under neck.. horses in high action. wt. 44^ grs.. APE0OZA.

-ZIHN. charioteer holding upright goad. grs. Apollo to ¥° behind. 1 [PL III] Tetradrachm. b. in exergue. and rare [PL III] 1 157 Syracuse. wt. in front A.QN.. a variety of the specimen in the British Mus eum. in exergue ear grs.c. wearing earring and necklace.21 their heads.. Laureate head of Apollo to left hair ZYPAKO wt. Guide.. ZYPA- KOZII2N. v. Pegasos to right. 345-317.. on exergual line KIMflN. xxvi.. with ear of barley below. 5). and the driver looks back as if at a rival chariot close behind him. Head of Zeus 345-317. ampyx (the signature of the artist is effaced). wt. 158 Syracuse. above Nike flying right about to crown charioteer.. 9> ZYPAKOZI. pi. driven by male the head of third horse. hair long. inclined to the wearing two neck- the hair flowing in loose tresses with dolphins swimming among the locks . round. Head of Apollo laureate to left. 154 Syracuse. wt. B. El. across her forehead. the horses have overturned the meta.. 1 Pegasos to left. Female head to right wearing earring and necklace. N Piece of 30 Litra. (B. pi. fine B. fine and excessively rare. wt. wt. [PL III] 1 laureate to right. Piece of 50 Litra. Piece of 50 Litra. 415-404. very fine and scarce of 30 Litra. Apollo to $» *** From the b. 345-317. of laces. fulmen V° ZI2.c 345-317. above flying Nike about to crown charioteer. Head of Artemis to right... 1 159 Syracuse. border APE0[OZA]. dotted border [Z]f2TEIPA. in exergue. a helmet ZYPAKOZIO[N]. wt. behind. 161 Syracuse.. 60 grs. A^ Piece [0EPIOZ. quiver.C. very fine [PL III] El. amphora 1 Tripod. ZYPAKOZiniM. 263£ fine and excessively rare B. 405-345. 5)..C. is about to crown the charioteer. horses in high action. 267| El. Head Arethusa nearly full face.C. ear of barley. 160 Syracuse. very fine up behind over diadem. M. Laureate Head of ZYPAKOZiniM. behind neck.. four dolphins 9> Quadriga to left. Laureate Head of behind. 208) [PL III] b. signed. El. Tripod. Piece of 100 Litra. Head of Zeus to left £> EEYZ.. M Tetradrachm outside by Kimon. left. .. 258 grs. above. 106 grs. pi vi.]. 9> b.. Quadriga charioteer holding long goad and touching with it 155 Syracuse. 32 grs. B. M of barley (Head.. wt. Ill] 1 156 Syracuse. horses in high action. 1 (No. very fine Lyre with four cords (Head. 57 grs.c. 1 26£ grs. hair turned wt.c 345-317. left.. Du Chastel Collection. left.C. hair in korymbos. 31 grs. long 9> 345-317. EAEY. fine [PI. ZYPAKOZII2N. 34).

vm. BAZIAEOZ. pi. Head 12 var. Laureate ZYPAKOZIHN. B. x. Head of Persephone crowned with corn to right 9> ATA0OKAEIOZ. Head of Persephone as on the preceding piece. very fine pi..C. very fine 1 I N [PL III] . to right 9> Agathocles. Biga to right. &c. to 9> left. very fine 171 Drachm. Ill] AT Drachm. Head of Persephone. 9> 317-310 (Agathocles. Hicetas. Biga to right. below legend.. behind head cornucopia IK ETA-. 317-310. 165 Syracuse. Hist.C. 1 265 grs. under neck 1). 1).. right. 130 grs. wt..22 162 Syracuse. two in left.. KETA. Syracuse. in Corinthian M style [PL III] Didrachm. A* Drachm. Quadriga to left. both very fine. front of head and one behind beneath neck N K M . 2 Tetradrachm. behind head a torch 9> EPI.C. of Pallas helmet to right Bj Pegasos to left. (a) IjL ZYPAKOZI. ZYPAKO- 163 ZinN.Pegasostoleft. 9= ZYPAKOZI. N Diobol. triskelion. wreathed with leaves of barley. 287-278. above.c. b. gram. 1 265 grs. X Biga to left. head of Ares or young Herakles to left B. (Head..C. action. beneath. extremely fine 164 Syracuse. triskelion (Head. pi. 65| grs. wt. Head of Persephone to right. B. wt. 345-317. beneath the horses.QN. and in 1). wt. Nike erecting trophy. beneath the horses ear of corn. A I. ZYPAKOZIX2N-. horses in high in exergue. and rare Bull to left (Head. around three dolphins. Agathocles. Head of Persephone to Syracuse. Biga driven by winged Nike to 9> EPI. B. below triskelion (Head. ZYPAKOZIftN.). very fine and exceedingly good b. fine 166 Syracuse. triskelion 1 67 grs. in exergue. (b) Num. N Drachm. Head of Ares or young Herakles 317-310. Head of Pallas Thunderbolt above mono1 AI~A0OKAEOZ.. pi. 66 grs.c 287-278.. pi. Head (Head.. wt. very fine [PI..C. wt.. pi. triskelis. (mon. below horses. Hicetas. 317-310. Agathocles.. 1). 310-307. 132 grs.. wt. crowned with corn and wearing earring and necklace ZYPAKOZII2N. vm. 307-289..C.). b. 88 grs.. 105).. wt. ix. x. and above moon (Head. Pallas in Corinthian helmet. B. KO PAZ. wt. wt. 3). Pegasos to Democracy. 1 vm. left B. N Drachm. #> Head of Pallas to right in helmet adorned with griffin.. 169 Syracuse. in exergue. (in exergue). ZYPAKOZIUN.QN.. 1 170 Syracuse.. B. fig. in wt. field. 104 grs. under horses a circle with pellet. triskelis. of M Didrachms (2).C. 1st period). B. M Tetradrachm. 307-289. 65^ grs. field above a thunder1 bolt (Head. corn wreath in hair.c. 22 grs. fine 1 167 Syracuse. very fine and rare [PL III] 168 Syracuse.

behind wearing M ZYPAKOZI. 287-278. b. of Philistis to left. pi. slowly to right. fine and rare [PL III] 1 178 Syracuse. Hieron N. $ BAZIAIZZAZ. Head Gelon diademed to left ZYPAKOZIOI. horses galloping. underneath E. 47^ grs. winged fine Biga E-. to right. below 1 wt. wt. a star. Gelon head of Gelon to ^l Piece of 8 Litra. horses 1 grs. pi. left.. wearing necklace and earring. (Head. to left. Veiled head Philistis.. very fine II. variety of 1 Torremuzza. B. Ill] b. (in exergue). pi. in front of horses Biga driven by Nike going (cf. 1 104^ 176 grs. rEAHNOZ. 280-190. horses to right. Biga horses |~1. BA. TEAI2NOZ. <MAIZTIAOZ. 275-216. sephone with long head a bee 9> hair. 280-190. Gelon of Gelon to Vo left II. Piece of 5 Litra. (Head. xi. 3 173 Syracuse. M Piece of 8 Litra. Head of Perwreath of barley leaves.. rEAHNOZ. very fine Syracuse. B. 4). 275-216. behind head a branch $ BAZIAIZZAZ. wt.. [PI. Pegasos wt. 5). Head of Persephone to left II. 209 grs.. above.c. very fine II. Syracuse. very fine [PL slowly III] 1 Tetradrachm. Eagle standing right. wheat-ear... 1 horses KL. b. in front of Biga driven by winged Nike in exergue.C. pi. behind torch Nike in quadriga. BA-. II.. wt.b. <MAIZTIAOZ.23 172 Syracuse. behind wreath V° IEPI2NOZ. very fine and rare. 66 grs. «gH infield B.. 2). wt. in front K-.QN.. Diademed head ZYPAKOZIOI. Tetradrachm. £> Philistis. Gelon of 9> B. Nike 209 in quadriga. going Philistis. galloping to right. driven to wt. wt. M Tetradrachm. Piece of 4 Litra.. 1 175 Syracuse.C. and rare [PL III] . wt. xi. xi.c. 275-216. M Veiled head of Philistis to behind head a star BAZIAIZZAZ. 280-190. 4). and scarce 174 Syracuse. XI. 87^ grs. to left driven very fine by female charioteer. Hieron helmet to 9» left.. hair bound with wreath of barley..C. Ml Head. Head of Pallas in Corinthian behind head a trident t0 [|]EPI2NO[Z]. B. Quadriga driven by winged Nike 194| grs. b. 275-216.C.c. Diademed left within dotted border 9>ZYPAKAZIOI. on fulmen (Head. left by very 1 Nike.c. lxxiv. Veiled head 179 Syracuse.c. 275-216. Hicetas. of Philistis to left. <MAIZTIAOZ. in front 69£ grs... extremely fine 180 Syracuse.. and 103 177 grs..

Tripod-lebes (B. THRACE. of Apollo to 275-210. Thunderbolt. to &TAYPOME— NITAN. left.C. to right. wt. B. M Piece of 24 Litra. pi. 480.. Laureate head of Apollo to right. 152 grs. ^l Piece of 12 Litra. very fine right riA. very fine and rare 1 i88 Orrescii. left. 215-212. head of Hieronymus to I M Piece behind. 275-210. Guide. very fine and 183 Syracuse. and Z. Wigan >l collection. to 313 grs.. very fine [PL III] 185 Tauromenium. 216-215. to right. wt. fine Syracuse. diademed.C. 480.C. Fulmen. wt. 215-212. Helmeted Democracy. wt.c. Thunderbolt above Kl (Head.24 181 Syracuse. EPHNYMOY. Laureate head in field left.C. IV] & .M.. wt. IV] 1 M 189 Zaeelii. pi. ^l Stater. IAIEAEX2N-..). YA. 1 50 grs. Stater.. Centaur kneeling on one knee. to right.. 1 186 Tauromenium. of B. cornucopiae behind $>BAZIAEOZ. 480. Piece of 8 Litra. before b. Hieronymus. #> B. in very fine and of the highest rarity [PI. HRHZKION. left. Diademed &BAZIAEOZ. M 140 grs.. Hieronymus. carrying in his arms a female clad in long chiton 9> Quadripartite incuse... Centaur kneeling on one knee. Stater. in 2A 184 wt. Head of Pallas to left.c. fine and very rare [PI. wt. N Piece of 15 Litra.. 4). Centaur kneeling on one knee. ' Artemis huntress with hound.... star behind $ TAYPOM E— N ITAIM. 11). 16 grs.. xiii. IEPHNYMOY. XII. Head field. 105 B. Hieronymus. xlvii. of 10 Litra. AND THE EUROPEAN COASTS OF THE EUXINE. 187 Orrescii. the helmet adorned with a griffin in field M E>ZYPAKOZIf2N. behind Pileus Tripod-lebes.. A (Head. Syracuse. fine and scarce MACEDON. 145£ grs.C. wt. and Ml. B. (mon. unpublished. wt. very fine and rare [PI. scarce 1 130 grs. before B. with nymph in his arms Incuse square quartered. head of Pallas to pi. 40). M Piece of 4 Litra. Ill] 1 *** From 182 the celebrated 216-215. 1 grs. carrying in his arms a female clad in long chiton 9> Crested helmet in incuse square. 142 1 grs. helmet ornamented with a griffin field to left 1 ZYPAKOZI. before b.C.QN..

in exergue border 9> Quadripartite Tetradrachm. wt. M Drachm.. very fine and rare [PL IV] . Naked Ithy phallic with horse's &c.. M floral above 0. very fine 1 192 Lete. Num. fig. 12). carrying nymph 9> Crested helmet in incuse square. standing beside horse to right . the centre divided in four quarters. divided grs. very fine and very rare 1 [PL IV] 193 Bisaltae. fine 219 grs.. a.. 149 grs. B. 500-411. in centre square.C. pi. to right. beneath T(?). Macedonian helmet surmounted by a star. wt.C. B. a large pellet 9> Eagle flying. wt. charioteer driving quadriga slowly to right. Naked warrior armed with in incuse square with raised square 2 two spears and wearing kausia. around shallow incuse.. 424. Lion attacking bull. Bisaltae.. above. Guide. in in shallow incuse. exergue V° 424-400. 500-480. xxi. id..c.[AION] (retrograde). AKAN0ION.. Lion Acanthus. HI - (monogram). wt. bull. 154 grs.C. all fine Head of Aphrodite? 3 satyr. above AH. wt. M ONOMAZTO-. wt. M. 59 grs. to right J*> circa B.. fine. pellets in field $t Quadripartite square. incuse square. M Stater. 265*1 very fine 1 197 Acanthus. wt.. 156 grs. very 1 IV] JR Tetradrachm. fine scarce 194 Orthagoreia. 277| grs. 400-350. 116). 500-480.. circa B. 500-424. 500-480..c. M Persic Stater. 479-332. B. Stater. ornament. AET. AKAN0ION. very fine and rare 1 [PL IV] 196 Tetradrachm. $> QuadriStater.C.25 190 Neapolis. & NEOP-. 9> Mosses. within an outer incuse square. circa B. and in centre.C. Flat fabric ^l Stater.C. facing. Centaur kneeling on one knee. King of the Quadripartite incuse square. Gorgon head facing. wt. 59£ grs. B.. wt.C..C. Gorgon head (B. border of dots 9= M attacking bull. Head of Artemis below 195 OP0ATO. 51 grs. raised and granulated. on raised framework and rare [PL Tetradrachm. M M 411-350.C. Hemidrachm. 191 Lete. incuse square (Hist. feet. Male 198 Olynthus.. B. Warrior beside horse as on the pre- ceding piece. partite same date and similar type. JR */. the whole within dotted wt. in incuse square. into four parts. fine and rare 1 Acanthus.PEI2IM. seizing by the wrist a woman clad in sleeve- less talaric chiton with diplois. 27£ grs. Lion attacking border of dots wt. 148| grs. after B. fy MOZZEI2. B. 500-480. 1 267 grs.

B. 203 Amphipolis.C.C. Epoch of the League. 498-454. of horse.. MIN. B. Lyre with seven strings.26 199 Chalcidice.C. very fine and rare [PL IV] circa B. 392-379. wt.C. fine style. on his back a Tetradrachm. wt. wt. wt... of horse. EI2N. 224 grs. JR Tetrobol. Epoch Head 9> of Apollo. Horseman wearing kausea and chlamys. 3 XAA. IV] wearing 1 205 Philippi. is exceedingly 1 however. crow $> Five incuse triangles. Ass to left. 450 grs. to right 201 EflN. three-quarter face to right AM<MPOAITEf2N. rare [PI. 270 grs.. which is of fine early style.. he is accompanied by a dog running by side 9> AAEEANAPO. skin to right 9> circa B. 202 Potidaea. wt. three-quarter face to right. 200 XAA. has been overcleaned [PL IV] O . wt. kausia and chlamys. 417 grs.. 9> Mill sail incuse. 9> 424-358. JR Tetrobol. B. very fine and AMPHinOAITEHN. wt. very fine and rare [PI. in centre raised square divided into four parts. 500-450. 219 grs. Laureate Head of Apollo. 392-370. 424-358. 132 grs.. very 1 and scarce B. IV] B. Chalcidice. JR Tetradrachm.. trident.c.. carrying two long spears with leaf-shaped blades going to right.. to left tripod. KIA- M . carrying two spears and standing by his horse. fine. Lyre with seven cords. B.. JR Octadrachm. JR Tetradrachm. 206 Alexander JR Octadrachm. of fine style. JR Tetradrachm. KIA. . above Ell I. b. l~IO1 AYZENOY. border of dots 9> Legend and type very rare. B. of O is in very good condition although somewhat rough. 41£ grs.C. Laureate head of Apollo to right B> b. 219 grs.C. in centre racing 9> torch. wt.Ass to left.C. wt. wt. Laureate Head Apollo. in field a crescent 207 around shallow incuse. the $t. torch. fine a six-pointed star below horse 9> Incuse square diagonally divided. 500-450. the whole within an incuse square. $> Crow in incuse square. fine Tripod. Mende. 500. the $> unfortunately leaves much to be desired [PI. unpublished and of this piece. lion on shoulder on a raised framework.C. Sh grs. Head Head of Herakles lion's 4>IAIPPf2N. in centre racing whole within incuse square.. as the preceding. JR Tetradrachm.C. the on raised framework. the good. Ass to right. and very rare of * * # From the Carfrae collection.. 358. A7 Stater. to right 498-454. 221^ grs.. wt. 450-424. Horseman wearing I. Poseidon Hippios carrying 264 grs. IV] 1 of the League. JR Tetradrachm. very fine and rare [PL IV] 1 Alexander I.c. 1 204 Amphipolis.

27 208 Alexander border Tetra drachm. 9> M Stater.C. M 9> Incuse square. B.C. trailing rein. 211 [PL IV] Perdiccas II. Horse standing to right in square incuse. within which. wt.. which linear square. under A (?) and 1 of 9> Incuse square. near foreleg bent. 498-454. below horse P. bare-headed. and carrying two Tetradrachm. and carrying two spears. 389-383. fine and scarce 390-389. $> Forepart of lion in shallow incuse square. containing forepart of fine and rare 1 [PL IV] 209 Alexander horse I (?). 155 grs. Horse walking to right with grs. 28£ grs.. plain border M 9> AMYNT[A]. wearing kausia and chlamys. Macedonia. first reign. wt. holding in his jaws the broken shaft of a spear. kausia and chlamys... M to right. ^l Stater. wt. with chlamys.C. fine and scarce 145£ grs. B. B. Young male head to right. Incuse square within which linear square conoff taining horse. 134| grs.fine goat. Lion standing to wt. with trailing rein. 160 B.. Horseman III. wearing taenia. containing crested Macedonian helmet to right. fine and scarce 2 212 Archelaus $k I.M. horse prancing.. Head of bearded Herakles to right AMYNT[A]-. within goat. above 35| grs. (B. standing to right. . M Stater.C. linear square containing forepart wt. raised. wearing 1 I (?). B. caduceus placed horizontally.C. wearing kausia and chlamys. plain right. Horseman going to B. B. wt.C.. 498-454. an unpublished variety. head reverted. wt. fine. Horseman going spears. unpublished. fine and rare [PL IV] foreleg 1 214 Amyntas 9> III. the near leg bent. 413-399. and carrying two spears.C. wt. Young male head bound with taenia to right PAYZ[A]NIA-. square. border of dots APXEAAO-. incuse square. M Tetrobol. 197 grs. (b) Horseman wearing chlamys. 15). p. 1 215 Amyntas Stater. to right (the kausia is slung at back of neck). 454-413. 1 .C. and carrying 9> Forepart of lion in shallow spears. left. B. Free horse to right extremely fine and scarce 1 Incuse square within which double linear square. M Tetrobols (2). in incuse 1 213 Pausanias. 35^ grs. wearing kausia and chiton. Cat. (a) Horseman two to right. 173. prancing right and striking downwards with lance. rare [PL IV] 210 Perdiccas 9> II. 381-369. 454-415. second reign (?).

. a spear head. grs. wt. symbol.C. {pierced) 2 224 Philip right V° II. very fine Philip II. very fine 1 the latter. a kantharos. Eighth of Stater (2). AT I Double Stater. 1 132| II. B. II. 217 Philip wt. b. Head of Apollo Biga to right. Biga to right.. wt.. and of fine Philip II. b. symbol fulmen. wt. — 225 Philip right 9> II. Types and rarity legend 1 similar to the preceding.c.c. 222 grs. 359-336. the right hand raised. \§\ grs. $> <|>|AIP . beneath (in exergue). B. under the horses a trident head pointing downwards. under horses.r. very fine and very rare 1 II. N Quarter Head of young Herakles to right wearing lion's skin. ^Quarter Stater.c. across the field between fulmen and a bow.c. 359-336. b. M Tetradrachm. Laureate Head of Zeus to <i>IAIPPOY. the across the field. Laureate Head of Apollo to right. fulmen..c. wt. beneath horses. 359-336.c. b. very fine . very fine and of equal •218 Philip II. 32| 222 Philip bc. wt. <MAIPPOY... 359-336. N Double Stater. to right Ifc M Stater. in two lines across the 15f grs. under the horse. 265 grs. of fine Biga to right. and in exergue. Macedonian horseman wearing going to left. under horses. 222 1 grs.. N. b. symbol. Head of Apollo as on preceding. the other specimen has for reverse type a fulmen and the field. bold style.. very fine Stater. below the 1 latter 32| grs. a trident head to right.. 221 Philip II. b. ^7" Stater. 359-336. 132 grs. very fine style 1 b. Naked boy rider to right carrying palm branch. (in exergue). but as symbol. in exergue. beneath kausia and chlamys horse monogram 1 and a wreath. and below the name in exergue. 359-336. to right. an ivy leaf. very fine . 359-336. M Tetradrachm. wt.. wt. 1 wt. N Stater. Laureate Head of Apollo.28 216 Philip 9> II. V° <MAIPPOY. 359-336. wt... Laureate Head of Zeus to <MAIP POY.POY. 266 grs.. 369-336. Head of young Herakles to right wearing lion's skin.. a bee under horses. a diota.c. POY. very fine 1 style and condition . to right as & 223 on the preceding piece <l>IAIPPOY. Head of young Herakles club. in beautiful condition 219 Philip R Biga 220 <MAIPPOY. 9><MAIPPOY. <|>| A I P wt. 131£ 9^s... N name <|>IAIP - POY. 359-336. beneath grs. paws knotted under neck between a bow and club.

I. M Tetradrachm. the rev. IV] 1 228 Philip 1. in field to left Winged Nike holding trophy stand and A.C. B. to right. of of young Herakles in lion's horseman to left.. and scarce of trophy stand. 131 grs.C. 359-336. very rare [PI. 359-336. skin. coiled serpent AAEZANAPOY. extremely fine (from the Wigan 229 collection) 3 Alexander the Great. the helmet adorned with coiled serpent AAEZANAPOY. fine. wt. V° B. horse prancing. very fine. B. wt. the right hand raised.. B. ^l Didrachm lion's of the early issue. Nike with wreath. below club.C. wt. below and lotus flower. rather less fine.Y Stater.. wt. Nike holding wreath. 36 prancing Head £ <|>|AIPPOY. 232 Alexander the Great. and trident instead left. 334. very fine 1 233 Alexander the Great. 52| M Tetrobols to right. 9> B. griffin & AAEZANAPOY-. in field to Nike holding wreath. wreath.C. Head of Pallas.. 336-323. M Drachm.. in 1 male head (Socrates fine ?). 359-336. ^Stater.. below horse a trident head and before offside leg the letter M. &c. j£ 9> <MAIPPOY. N Stater. field left.. (b) Youthful boy rider to right. 336-323. 132 grs. 222 grs. skin to right PP OY..C. = (Ace). Helmet adorned with 336-323. wt. adorned with serpent N Head of AAEZANAPOY.. (2). the helmet adorned with coiled snake BAZIAEftZ... Laureated Head Bearded of Zeus to right & <MAIP - POV-j Macedonian horseman wearing kausia and chlamys to left (the details of the saddle cloth are shewn). very fine 1 230 Alexander the Great. 44^ grs. &c. to right and mono1 132 grs. 131 grs. wt. Double Stater... wt. B.c. 265 grs. (a) Jfc early style. .. and monogram in wreath to right. of Apollo of later style. the obv. £> B. Head of youthful Herakles in V° <I>IAI wt. wt.C. . very fine and scarce ijO in field to right.. Head of Pallas. an aplustre. Pallas in crested Corinthian helmet.. 107 1 grs. 336-323. AAEZANAPOY. 1 . Head of Pallas. beneath horse upright fulmen. with wreath. horseman grs. Boy rider to right. very fine 1 227 Philip II. Head Macedonian grs. helmet adorned with b. &c.29 226 Philip II.C. wt.. Head Apollo bound with taenia <|>IAIP- POY. in extremely fine condition Alexander the Great. Head of Pallas.. Nike gram 231 to left. N Stater.

very fine and very rare and presumed 323-316. TP. left. JR Drachm Head of Young Herakles to right in lion's skin 9> of first coinage. Head of high back to AAEZANAPOY. 336-334. in lion's skin to right & BAZIAEHX. very fine 1 236 Alexander the £> Great. under throne <|>.) to left.. JR. K. early skin to right.c. to be wt... and a rare variety. right. high back to throne. head reverted.. in front and at the feet of Victory a small A. 65^ III Eagle. Zeus iEtophorus seated to left. to left X. flat fabric. Head of Pallas to helmet adorned with coiled serpent V° <MAIPPOY. B. fine and scarce right. AAEZANAPOY. JR Tetradrachm. N Stater. fabric. very fine and very rare [PL lVJ 1 241 Alexander the Great. the other is without symbols or AAEZANAPOY. Tetradrachms (2). in front plough share under throne |~. Head of Young Herakles in lion's skin to right (Muller.. 259^ grs.. arm . Head of Young Herakles in lion's M Tetradrachms (2)..). 336-323.c.. AAEZAN — APOY.C. b... throne.c. of thin a dolphin and throne. but has of Zeus. and beneath throne nO-. left. Victory to left. the helmet adorned with coiled serpent i& Victory holding a sceptre and wreath. 132 grs. Head of Young Herakles in 9> 336-323. wt... both reading (mon. club and M. 336-323. holding wreath and trophy stand.c. with figures of Victory holding wreaths. b. b. 9> AAEZ- ANAPOY. 133tf grs.C. b.. the . one has YIT monogram. wt. and in the exergue a tortoise (struck at Aegina) (Muller 899). in field to left trident head. 253| grs. the other has in field. no back to throne.30 234 Alexander the Great. AAEZANAPOY. apparently 235 Alexander the Great... b. Zeus iEtophorus to left.c. Uraeus. fine.c. standing on club. both very fine 239 and 2 Alexander the Great. early fabric. Zeus ^tophorus seated to left. S 1 shaped object and /£. 127 grs...(Damascus). ^l Didrachm.C. in front. Class iv-v) 237 Zeus ^Etophorus seated to left. unpublished 1 242 Philip (Aridaeus). M Tetradrachm. of similar types. both very Phoenician fine ? inscription under the extended 2 240 Alexander the Great. 336-323. below throne monogram . B. Head of Pallas. 336-323. in field. grs. and under throne 1 238 XI (Sidon).. 336-323. wt. Head of Young Herakles field. B. N Stater. left. wt. 336-323. very fine and a scarce mint 1 Alexander the Great. AAEZANAPOY. lion's skin to right 1 AAEZANAPOY. high back throne. b. same legend. (mon. left. in field. wt. Young Herakles in lion's skin to left 9> M unpublished 1 Tetradrachm. in Zeus ^tophorus seated to palm branch. fine and scarce Alexander the Great.

very fine and scarce [PL IV] 1 . to right Poseidon with one foot resting $° BAZIAEI2Z.c. standing on the prow of a $ AHMHTPIOY. wreath and trophy stand.. his right. in star and dolphin.. AHMHTPIOY.. holding long trident in wt.31 243 Philip Stater. trident. Victory to left..C. naked. monogram under throne . in field Apollo naked. trident.. Head of Pallas to (Aridaeus). very fine [PI. Head of lion's to right. field. the other has head of Helios to left. naked. III 131 1 very fine and scarce 1 244 Philip young Herakles (Aridaeus)... holding bow. 262 grs. and wearing plain fillet. 306-283. AHMETRIOY. Victory left.c.. Demetrius horned and wearing plain ^l Tetradrachm. b. IV] 1 Demetrius Poliorcetes. fine and very rare [PI. III N M WAIPPOY. Head of Demetrius.c.. galley B. and blowing a trumpet. carrying a trophy stand. in field to left. field. £> BAZIAE[12Z]. galley chlamys wrapped round his left arm. 132^ grs. his b. Poseidon. wt. upon which is seated #> BAZIAEI2Z. and somewhat sea rce 3 245 Demetrius Poliorcetes. the helmet adorned with coiled serpent. in (Antigonus). on lower part of prow a sword. 263 grs. 249 AHMHTPIOY. 264 grs. Poseidon. to right.. wielding field. Head diadem to right Poseidon seated on of $ BAZIAEHZ. 323-316. 306-283.. 229-220. 323-316. Zeus seated to left. b. under throne. monogram.c. ^l Tetradrachm. b. left. 306-283. left. carrying a trophy stand. BAZIAEI2Z. ^Stater.C. wt. horned. in field left. the helmet adorned with coiled serpent Head left of Pallas $[B]AZIAEnZ. 260 grs. in title B. one in front. wt. wt. 306-283. wt. both fine BAZI AE. ^l Nike. very fine hand. rock.. 1 250 Antigonus Doson Poseidon to right. one has M. grs. below. very fine mon. respectively. of b. in to right bipennis..QZ. BAZIAEI2Z. M.c.. with wreath and trophy stand. with flowing hair bound with marine plant on prow. Head ANTITONOY. wt. or Fame. 265 grs. and at feet of Victory AY. standing on the prow of a $ AHMHTPIOY. holding trident and aplustre. two monograms in field. or Fame. behind head right. IV] 246 Demetrius Poliorcetes. wt.. skin M Tetradrachms $> (2). and KY (Cyzicus?) under throne. ^l Nike. Demetrius Poliorcetes.c. the other behind Poseidon. 4>IAIPPOY. wielding £.. monograms in field. very fine b. left on rock. 248 Demetrius Poliorcetes. and blowing a trumpet.. 306-283. to 1 chlamys wrapped round his left arm. (1). 263£ and 263 grs. to holding 1 to monogram ANTI. 1 247 HP..

Head of Philip to right. M Tetradrachm. weight).C. very fine in field. Club. 277-239. below tie of wreath a plough. hair short Tetradrachm (debased Macedonian and curled to right. 178-168. B. plain 9= B. the whole within oak wreath.. in the centre of which head of Perseus to wearing winged helmet wt.C. 220-178. Macedonian horned . very fine B. very fine 1 252 Antigonus Gonatas. very fine <t>IAinnOY.32 251 Antigonus Gonatas. wt.. ZP.. wt. wt. 9> B. above KA. Eagle on fulmen. Head 40 grs. wt. head. of Perseus to right & BAZIAEHZ. (mon.. fine 1 (Hist.. M Head of Apollo. Athena Alkis hurling thunderKT. wearing diadem BAZIAEHZ. Diademed Head . S> 277-239. PEPZEHZ. fine of Apollo laureate to right.. wt. very fine and excessively rare 1 [PL IV] 254 Philip V. behind his pedum in field to left a helmet. 220-178. E> 220-179. Club oak wreath . bolt . £ BAZIAEHZ. 4>IAinnOY. 359-340. wt. 260| grs. 264 grs. [mon. in field. 64 grs. Diademed Head EP.C..C. 9> B. ^l Drachm. and very rare [PL IV] left. grs.. and quiver. and Athena Alkis hurling thunderbolt. ANTITONOY. 257 Lycceius. hair long AYKKEIO. in the centre of which a head of Pan. <MAinnOY. 359-340. M Drachm. [AY]KKEIOY. surmounted by P> griffin's at his shoulder.)..C. ANTITONOY. in the centre of which a head Tetradrachm. border of dots lion. 1 255 Philip V. horned . ^l Tetradrachm.. Tetradrachm. 256 of Philip V to right BAZIAEHZ.. trident head. and rare 1 . Num.. and between the legs of eagle <|> the whole within a wreath of oak. 263 grs. outside wreath.. head. 1 and rare [PL IV] 256 Perseus. M shield... to right BAZIAEHZ. M Tetradrachm.C.).. harpa in BAZIAEHZ. 236| grs. Hercules contending with grs.C.. M of shield. B. Lion to right. to right B.. very fine [PL IV] 1 KINGS OF PAEONIA. B. wt. three monograms in field. 146) 253 Philip V.C. Macedonian head . bolt . fig. bow 1 193^ and rare 258 Lycceius. Macedonian Pan. behind his pedum Athena Alkis hurling thunderin field to left a helmet. shield. HA.

. below. fine. fig. very fine (Hist. 153) the 264 Macedonia. M Tetradrachm. wt. Alexander the Great. 152) 262 Audoleon. 1 wearing triple crested helmet grs. under the Eomans..C. MAKEAONI2N. under Diademed bust shield 9> of the Romans. 315-286. 155) 1 D . Artemis in high relief in centre of Macedonian M Club... 259£ very fine and very rare 1 266 Macedonia. outside wreath. in centre of Macedonian shield & MAKEAONHN nPHTHZ.. lance couched about to attack armed with sword and Macedonian shield. 9> 315-286. fulmen.C. wt. in field. above. ^t Drachm. very 1 Num. 146. wt. 261 Audoleon. Head $> grs. AESILLAS wt. Horseman fine (Hist. B. of Pallas in triple helmet nearly facing. spearing prostrate foe. pellet.. Head of Pallas to right. Club. 340-315. monogram. AYAHAEONTOZ. 190 grs. grs. wt. in field. Head of Tetradrachm. under flowing fy j the Romans.... Num. 158-146. Forepart of wild pierced 2 grs..C. very fine style Num. M Tetradrachm. hand with sprig of olive . Macedonian Laureate bust of Artemis in high relief in centre of MAKE — AONI2N V] in two lines divided by club. Male head with taenia. wt.33 259 Patraus.. 259| very rare [PI. Free wt... M Tetradrachm. Horseman to right.. AYAflAEONTOZ.. Ihl^ grs. grs. 151) 340-315. MAKEAONHN. behind head Q.C. 191^ very fine (Hist. horse walking Num. Tetradrachm. the whole within wreath. below horse 1 198£ grs. wt. 260 Patraus. crested circa B. 44 263 PATPAOY.C.. M Tetradrachm. wt. Head of Apollo? with taenia. Quaestorial insignia.. 146.. 46^ and a Drachm of Patraus. Bust 1 of Artemis to right. after B. after B.C. below. three monograms in field.C. 9> boar to right. very fine and a scarce variety circa B. after B. facing.. Free horse walking to right.C. border of dots PATPAOY. 146. Head of Apollo laureate. fig.. fig. gram.. the whole within wreath of oak. the whole within wreath of oak with acorns. very monofine and 1 265 Macedonia. right #> B. M Tetradrachm. LEG. 9> B. monogram. hair long and M g and condition (Hist. 259 grs.. the whole within wreath of oak. to riATPAOY. fig. under shield 9> Romans. foot soldier Y. fine but Macedonia.

C.. Goat to right. fine 1 .. JR Tetradrachm. Cat.C. inclined to AINION.. very fine style and condition [PL V] 1 268 Aen us. with beaded ornament around Goat.. EYnOAIOZ. grape vine. 14) 271 Maroneia. very fine [PI.C. M.. in field.C. very fine and scarce [PL V] 1 circa B. *** From the Carfrae 269 collection. 162| grs. around shallow incuse. A I N. Term of Hermes with goat and branch on wt. M Tetradrachm. V] 450-400. throne with high back. fine (B. 450-400. 9> B. Prancing horse to left. wt. the hair on forewearing head delineated by straight lines and at back of head by straight lines and plait close fitting petasos 9> . with dotted border. circa B. in centre within linear square a grape vine with four bunches of grapes. 450-400. an eight pointed star. a wheel MHTPO<l>ilN • around shallow incuse. wt. left. no. wt.. Aen us. 9> ^-Tetradrachm. in front upright caduceus. beneath. 181^ grs. symbol. in centre within linear 1 square.. Goat walking to right. 245 grs.34 THRACE. 9= JR Tetradrachm. above. 1 270 Maroneia. Head of Mercury to left. 400-350. 253£ grs. Head of Hermes nearly facing. Prancing horse to left with trailing rein.. Head of Mercury to ornamented with beads. 248 grs. trident head Ell I. 267 Aen us.C. ^R Tetradrachm. the hair in curls right wearing petasos A IN. wt. 400. the whole within shallow incuse.. V° before B.. wearing petasos. the whole within square incuse. B.

magistrate. B. Griffin 273 Abdera. 1 *** From 274 the Carfrae Collection.C.. in field to right A. 67). border of dots Shallow incuse square divided into four compartments. Stater of more spread fabric. wt. fine 1 279 Stater. 408-350. wt. p. with pointed wings. M Tetradrachm. Num. ABAHPITEHN.. monograms. fine 277 Thasos. Moore's B. 1 EPI. fine 1 275 Abdera. each division filled with dots. ithyphallic 550-465. left. fine *** From Genl. rearing to R Tetradrachm. V] 1 D2 . Griffin with curled wing. stalks of the narthex. KAAAI A AM AZ. wt. M Tetradrachm. M. wt. Head of grapes Young Dionysos 9. fine 550-465.C. offside paw raised wt. 149 B. SI2THPOZ. to Maroneia. 143 grs. left B.35 THIRD DAY'S SALE. THRACE LOT 272 (continued). V° 450-430. very fine From the Huxtable Collection. 465-411. wt. 160) Collection. grs.C. Griffin recumbent to right.. iR Naked 9> Quadripartite incuse square.. 450-430. in shallow incuse. 229£ grs. in centre square divided into four parts. left. ithyphallic Satyr with long ears and horse's tail kneeling on one knee to right and carrying in his arms a nymph. ^51 Stater. Thasos. seated on fish to one paw raised.C.C. around shallow incuse. (B. V] 232 grs. & 278 thick fabric. M Stater. $1 500.. Griffin with pointed wings perched on wing is an owl Ell I. 146. naked ithyphallic Satyr kneeling on one knee.. Abdera. ?]Z. Efll-IA. 1 ABAHPITEI2N. grs.. 251 grs... very fine and rare [PI. early Thasos. and carrying in his arms a nymph 1 Quadripartite incuse square. Cat. of &c. 132| grs. 155 AIONYZAAO[Z]. wt. Laureate head of Apollo to right. Thrace. wt. AIONYZOY. rearing to left. Naked Satyr kneeling on one knee carrying in his arms a M nymph ^o Quadripartite incuse square. M Tetradrachm. fig. standing.. MAPHNITHN. B. beneath the griffin a kylix.C.C. B. %* 276 Abdera. 231 grs. 9> B. in centre smaller square quartered. holding in field Dionysos 1 bunch and ten (Hist. TAURIC CHERSONESE.C.. M AEONIA[0 B. very fine [PI.

M Octobol.. very fine [PL V] 1 281 Thasos. in moderately good state. yR Tetradrachm. Type drachms in preceding lots. (Hist.C. Bull standing on dolphin to left. same type . M Octobol... dolphin. 1 282 Byzantium. offside foot raised. one has a monogram in front Tetrobol. 277-270.. 9= Incuse of shallow mill sail pattern.C. Head of young Dionysos Herakles naked. standing. 300. Head Demeter.. M 1 167. 430-350 . Eagle on and a Diobol of similar 3 type.C. MErAAOY. AX2N Tl n ATI wt. very fine and scarce as the TetraDrachms (2). wt. 350. and in exergue . 0AZIHN. 284 Byzantium. fine and very rare [PL V] of veiled 1 286 Byzantium. 350. and monogram. YIY.. Bull standing on (mon.. Ijl B.. wt. fig. 75| grs. all fine 285 of bull.. 400-350. fig. Bearded head bound with taenia..C. Num. Z<K>APIA. circa directions. This interesting piece of the highest fig.. . 231 grs. 56*5 grs. Bearded figure draped. 82 grs. wts. wt. very fine and scarce 1 283 Byzantium. M left Tetradrachm. Num. horse's B. with on one knee. and ear of corn. 169). in field n Y. PH 233 grs. Head right. YIY. upwards and downwards.. 277-270. 167). rev. respectively 103£ and 89 grs. KYPZA-.) dolphin to right. (Hist. (Hist. rarity (no specimen in the British dition. wt. 465-311. (Hist. standing with club and 166) lion's skin.. of veiled Demeter wearing corn wreath Poseidon seated on rock to field Zl and YIY. after B.C. grs. M Drachms Two .C. 200. B.. patera and cornucopia. wt. crowned with ivy to ^HPAKAEOYZ. the hair falling in lank locks &0EOY. KAAAATIA. B. 247 grs. Naked ithyphallic Silenos. fig. Num. OAH[ZITHN]. Poseidon seated on rock to right. and a Diobol. fine $> heads united in opposite IZTPIH. in front. ^l Tetradrachm. offside foot raised. Drachm. holding trident and aplustre.C. Callatia. B. 146. 22 288 Odessus. 4 Byzantium. 258£ grs.C. var. B. Club.. although pierced Museum).). 211 En grs. B. Head of young Herakles in lion's skin. in and in exergue I. Num. D.. (Hist. very rare. M Tetradrachm. M Tetradrachm. holding wt. each division partially garnished with dots. 9> . 2 (2).. 168). tail. Num. wt. carrying in his arms a nymph kneeling M 9> Quadripartite incuse square. YIY. but has been pierced.36 280 Thasos. in exergue. is in very satisfactory con1 [PL V] . ZHTHPOZ. each division garnished with dots.... after circa B.C. . bow in case. holding trident and aplustre. wt. fig. in good state and rare 287 Istrus. in front $> Mill-sail pattern incuse.

.37 289 Odessus. wt. Head of Pallas in crested Corinthian helmet. mon.. 323-281.. N Stater. N Stater (of the Alexandrine type). in field EKA.C.. AYZIMAXOY. Head of £ BAZIAEI2Z. wt. 350. wt. standing on stalk of barley and holding in his mouth a javelin. very fine Zeus seated. bucranium. adorned with coiled serpent & AYZIMAXOY.. (struck at Byzantium). Head of Pan in profile to 9> wearing wreath of ivy n AN.) in circle. of Thrace. in 1 291 Panticapaeum. 131 grs. very fine. Lion headed gryphon. Pallas Nikephoros seated. Head of Pan in profile to left. type. 132 grs.. 323-281. at the feet of Victory. AYZIMAXOY.. wt. wearing wreath of ivy V° n AN..C. although slightly double-struck of Thrace. beneath throne AK.C. 323-281. 295 Pallas seated to left. B. horn of in ^BAZIAEftZ. wt. in front monogram. BAZIAEJQ[Z]. AYZIMAXOY. in field B. AT Stater. O A HZ I TUN. V] 1 293 Lysimachus. in field forepart Lysimachus. King M Tetradrachm. star. &c. 323-281. after circa B. horned and winged. forepart of lion and (mon. javelin. in exergue. wt. trident. 323-281. in front. horned and winged.c.C.. very fine and very rare of Thrace. extremely fine. King deified Alexander... Lion headed gryphon. in almost brilliant condition and of the is highest degree of rarity (there AN a specimen quoted in the Berlin Museum) [PI. with the horn of Ammon N Stater. Victory standing to right. holding wreath and trophy stand. very fine 1 style and in almost brilliant condition. N Stater.. 131^ grs. left. Zeus seated. King 9> M of lion and monogram in circle.C.. and of very fine 294 Lysimachus. 350. 1 and of fine . Pallas seated.. 1 264 296 grs. of the deified Alexander. ram's head. B. 139 grs. M Tetradrachm in lion's skin of the Alexandrine Head of young Herakles # BAZIAEX2Z.. and in exergue wt. B... Head Ammon exergue. AAEZANAPOY. Head style of the with the horn of Ammon [PL V] 1 R BAZIAEI2Z.. Lysimachus. 146.C. B. the deified Alexander. beneath throne. in and two monograms style 263 -3 grs. AYZIMAXOY. standing on a stalk of barley brilliant condition and holding in his mouth a and very rare [PI. circa B. with the front. King of Thrace. six pointed 1 290 Panticapaeum. very fine and very rare 1 292 Lysimachus. King of Thrace. Head of Young Herakles in lion's skin BAZIAEJ2Z. B.C. ~V] b. wt. Tetradrachm of the Alexandrine type. 2 48 \ grs. 132| grs.

pi. 290. fine 3 THESSALY. of fine style and in very fine condition. KA. (B. King 9> of Thrace. border of dots 9= AAPI-ZAIA.. King of of Thrace. fine and rare. 173 var. $> Trihemiobol. M Drachms (3). style to the head on circa B.. very fine and probably an unpublished 1 300 Aenianes. and below. to left. JR Triobol(?) Head of Pallas in crested Corinthian helmet. JJc Pallas seated.. magistrate's {Hist. with head of young of deified Alexander .C. one has fulmen under throne. Slinger grs. on throne. M Drachm. half-lion in field and monogram below. shews a fracture of the die 1 .. Num. wt.(?) #> AINIANI2N. statue and to right Pallas seated. 34| very fine 1 %* 301 From the Photiades collection. B. rein flying loose. II.M. 330. variety name APIZTAN[APOZ]-.. javelins. B.C. 2). Youth restraining bull. and in field to right arm. the other a trident the third specimen is with head .. with horn of Ammon BAEIAEnX.pl. fine 36| grs. of deified Alexander. 299 Aen an es.). 323-281. M with astragali (B. to terminal grs. 168-146. two right.C. small figure of Athena Alkis hurling thunderbolt.M. Cierium. although the obv. and in his petasos which has fallen from his head. wt. B. around his left adjusting his sling. (compare B. Pl EI2N. <|>OPMII2N.C. 94 grs.. 323-281.. above head AAIME-. field he wears chlamys which is flying behind.. traces of AXO. ill.) at feet of Pallas an amphora. A. AYZIMAXOY. Demetrias. M. 450-400. pi. (mon. Nymph Arne kneeling on one knee and playing Cat. 1).38 297 Lysimachus. behind monogram.C. Head of Zeus (similar in the tetradrachms of Philip II of Macedon) . her behind head. all within incuse square. Alexandrine type.C. and rare circa 2 B.. Head left. chlamys wrapped behind him two javelins. Cat. a palm branch. 9> Pallas seated. B. Bust of Artemis to right. KIEPIEII2N. 9>[A]INIANI2N. 168-146. two Herakles. in field to Slinger adjusting his sling. 262 in fine condition very fine style and 1 298 Lysimachus. fig. £AHMHT Cat. behind him. circa M Tetrobol. wt.. dotted border of Athena. Prow. v. 120 grs. 9). Horse galloping to right. M Tetradrachm. wt. wt. 302 Larissa.C. i circa B. M Didrachm? Head helmet adorned with four horses.

off fore- — leg raised. (in grs.V] 305 Larissa. 308 Magnetes. [JvjAIHIM. off-side leg raised. in exergue). 400-344..(mon. Drachm. $> [A]APIZ. behind head AT. 9> B. border of trailing rein galloping to right. Horse grazing to right. nearly facing AAPI.. Horse grazing to right. wt.39 303 Larissa. of exceedingly fine style. 93 grs. the earring not shewn 9> [AJAPIZ (AII2N. M very fine and rare in this condition [PI.C. Mare and 93| scarce in this state V] 1 "%* From the Photiades 306 collection. wt. portion of A. V] 1 Drachm. JR Drachm. Bridled and rare [PL V] 86 grs. fulmen EAITE. a dolphin. three-quarter face inclined to left. very fine and rare monogram.C. Larissa wearing earring. Head of the fountain nymph Larissa. Head of the fountain nymph with foal walking to [PI. wt. 2 Larissa.. 179 grs.M.. nearly facing. of very fine style. ZAII2N. pi. curly hair. M laureate... under horse X. wt. V° B.C. NI2IA. in front M-.AAPI. VII. from a different die to the preceding. oak to 9> B. wt.(latter portion of legend in exergue and retrograde). in exergue. 307 Larissa. fine and exceedingly rare i[Pl. Horse with fine trailing rein galloping to right. Cat. 9> B. with short horse going to right. ^ AAPIZAL.. 64| grs. near 1 leg raised. wt. 400-344.C. Artemis with bow seated on prow to left. 197-146. B. grs. Head of the fountain nymph Larissa. Bridled horse walking to right.C. in exergue a branch of oak with acorn. Larissa in profile to Drachm. wt. very 1 . very 1 and scarce [PL V] *** From the Photiades collection. 1 309 Melitaea. M Drachm. 400-344. in field to right pi. 33 grs. Head of Zeus crowned with in right. of fine style AAPI. Horse with Head of the fountain nymph Larissa. 2).. 350. M Drachm. 9> style to right. 400-314.C. copied from Kimon's head Arethusa 9. 400-334. Bull grazing to right. very fine and excessively rare circa B.. front. Larissa. 93 grs. border of dots fine <I>AAANNA[II2N]-. dots.visible. 5) B. vi.) MArNHT[X2N].fine and scarce (B.. exergue) very fine. 400-334. Head of the fountain nymph wearing sphendone and earring..M. wt. M left.C. wt. three-quarter face to left . M Drachm. Young male head. of fine M (presumed to be unpublished) [PI. Head of Zeus under neck.C. fine. B. nearly facing. 1 *** From the Photiades 310 Phalanna. (B. M of Didrachm. 304 Cat. V] collection. §\% M Hemidrachm. left. Head of the fountain nymph Larissa. 92| grs.

Head of tively. b. Athena Itonia.. B. Cow to right suckling calf. (B. Tyrant. is 1 312 Pherae. wt. on prancing horse to right. 480-400. wt.. 1 *** From the Carfrae 313 Pherae. wt. 93^ grs. the very fine.C. the head adorned with myrtle wreath ft AAEZANAPOY. rev. Thessalian League. ft AAEZANAPEIA-. Head of Artemis Pheraea in profile to right. R> 0EZZA AI2N. ft 0EZZAAI2N. 58 grs.. Grain of corn with husk. very fine and of [PL V] collection. and another with head of Athena Itonia.40 311 Pharsalus. 94 grs. both fine. 196-146. due to defective striking. xi. and 97 grs. wearing earrings and necklace. below.C.c. circa above a bee ft left B. Tyrant. Apollo with monogram of the Strategos H P-. above. three-quarter.Nl. the magistrate's name wt. 369-357. b. 62| grs.. 0EZZ — ILLYRIA. wts. 182). fine and very rare 173| AP[0]A. name of specimen has that of . PL. to a bow. ^iDidrachm. Scotussa. floral pattern within double linear square. Drachm.C. first NIKOKPATOYZ. rare [PL V] 2 obv. 400-344. Head of Pallas of very fine wearing close fitting crested helmet. Head of Artemis Pheraea. the (2). all fine 4 . 93£ grs. b. M. the highest rarity Warrior wearing helmet and cuirass. 183 grs. Horse walking to right. Alexander. the whole within plain border in circular shallow incuse. with AIP. The Thessalian example AllOAA NIL. 1) 1 *** From the Photiades 315 collection. magistrates' names.. style. magistrate. pi. Double Head of Zeus crowned with oak. fine and rare (B. very fine and very rare [PL V] *** From 314 the Photiades collection. wt. wt. <|>IAOE ENIAOZ-riETPAlOY and KPATinilOY. Cat. 1 grs. ^l Drachm.c. to right. . Alexander. the whole within shallow incuse. 91 grs. ^l Stater. Forepart of horse to left ft [2]KO-. 1 ENNOIOZ.c. respecAttic Drachm. the second A.C.. B. 316 Apollonia. the back portion adorned with palmette ornament M ft Thessalian horseman galloping to right. M Drachm.AI2N-. wt... M Victoriatus Strategi. behind.. 369-357 (?).. Lion's head to right with open jaws. . less fine. and below a club. beneath horse a bipennis. Double . 400. ft Athena Itonia in fighting attitude. and a similar weapon is depicted on the horse's flank.

(B. in. between them a magistrate's name in exergue. wt. AnnANTIAA(obv. 323 Damastium. one bearing a torch between them a fire. M Stater. 169^ 350-250. no. Double floral design in double linear square.. in brilliant inB.... after B. iR Stater. torch in exergue. in exergue BIX2N-.c. ILLYRIO-EPIROTE COINAGE. 300-280. linear square.. N AT AN. Three nymphs wt. 71. KAAAIKPATEOZ. 100. right circa B... b.C. Denarius.QPOZ-. AAEZII2NOZ. calf . left. <|>IAnN. AY PPA. 400-300. Head Pallas in Corinthian helmet.C. to right I NUN.. AIONYCat. fine $> Winged Pegasos A. 131 to right. From the Bompois collection. 1 158 grs. wt. 100. fire. Cow to right. Head of Helios. M. circa B. in brilliant condition 320 Dyrrhachii. magistrate TIMHN-. Head of Apollo laureate to border of dots M £> AnOA. nOY. in front dolphin grs. two carry torches. 64^ grs. of grs. fine. Head in front of Pallas to left. MONOYNIOY. with the Eoman of magistrates and moneyers.c. above jaw bone of Calydonian boar #BACIAEnC. $> AllOA. wearing crested 9> Corinthian helmet. beneath 2 Dyrrhachii. wt. Staters of the Corinthian types and (2).) field. 300. An I obelisk. Head of Apollo laureate to # AAMAZT KE<t>|. wt.) 1 XOA. (on raised band). weights circa B.. M Denarius. 25§ 2 319 Dyrrhachii. in field a club.C. 322 Monunius. containing double very fine and scarce floral ornament. pi. grs... Three <MAI2N. ZI2 (obv. Cow to left suckling calf. hand in hand. KING OF ILLYRIA. to left 1 wt 202^ . b. taenia. with pellet AY at 1 each corner. on all very fine obv. M.. in front AYZX2N. in "%* From the Photiades collection. <|>AINin and dog in 5 0EOTENEOZ. (New Series of Dyrrhachian Coins adjusted to the weight of the Double following names T£> Victoriatus) (5). 14).. M Quinarius. very after B. wt. 318 Apollonia.. in front Head of Apollo bound with and monogram.C. ^l Stater.41 317 Apollonia. around a double field club.C. behind head A 321 and club.. . AnOAAHgrs. nymphs hand in hand. Cow to right suckling floral ornament in double linear square. very fine Tripod. xn.) <|>AINinnOY. suckling calf 9> P. ANAPHNOZ-. 229-100. * * # 60| condition {not grs. Cat.

field fulmen. wt.Fulmen. Zeus Dodonaeus to right B. seated of Zeus Dodonaeus and monogram left on throne. M 9> BAZIAEHZ. ^R Didrachm. PYPPOY. PYPPOY. behind head fulmen BAZIAEHZ. with flowing Pyrrhus. JR Stater. and of the highest rarity [PL V] 1 329 Drachm (?).. 26 J grs. in fig. (Hist. 342-326.. 259-^ grs. hair crowned with corn. wearing Stephanos. and rare 1 of reeds.C. 1 186). Dione. below tie of wreath a trident head.. behind KE.. Head of Persephone.. B. holding long sceptre. 295-272. 238-168.. Nike to left carrying trophy and wreath. Head of Pallas in crested Corinthian . 151| grs. M Half Stater. N Stater.C. TOY.C. 324 Nicopolis. 06A <l>AYCTe|NA. Num... 88 (Hist. rare wt. wt.C. very fine and scarce *** From 330 the Photiades Collection. the whole within wreath of oak.. 9> B.) APEIPX2TAN. very fine beneath. V] B. wt. Bust of Faustina to right 9> AKTIA-. in very fine condition and excessively rare 1 [PI. Jugate heads of Zeus Dodonaeus and Dione. (mon. attitude. PYPPOY. holding spear and shield. Head of AAEEANAPOY. 325 Alexander (Son fy of Neoptolemus). in the 65^ grs. in field fulmen and cylix. 133 grs. and behind plume of BAZI AE. Jig.42 EPIRUS. 187). helmet and wearing earring helmet an owl ¥° beneath neck A. in extremely good condition 1 and very 328 Pyrrhus. Num. to left behind the head torch and letter A.C.. 161. . 326 Pyrrhus. before B. M Tetradrachm. eagle to left. 295-272. wt. .. V° B. NEOnTOAEMOY.. very fine and very rare [PL VJ 1 327 Pyrrhus. Pallas. in fighting grs. within wreath M Quinarius. 295-272. 295-272. B.C. Head crowned with oak leaves BAZIAEHZ. to 9> left.QZ. and raising peplos with left hand. wt. left. very fine and rare 1 .. *** From the Belfort KINGS OF EPIRUS. very fine collection. 169^ grs. wt. Bull rushing to right. Epirote Republic. field a crescent and fulmen.C. Nike with trophy and wreath. Head of Artemis to right. PYPPOY.

9> 26£ grs. 337 Anactorium. each enclosed in a separate wt. $> Star of eight points fine. fine 2 ACARNANIA. grs. very fine 1 333 Corcyra. ^ AP El PUT same monogram as the AN. 350-300. 9> B. of Zeus Dodonaeus preceding oak.c. Head of goddess nearly full face. . JR Victoriate. behind A . fine and scarce 1 *** From the Photiades collection.. Head 3K . wt. 238-168. ^l Stater.c. 76 grs. 9> b. below (mon.C. Forepart cow to right . 19). wt. 332 Corcyra. fulmen.C. wt. the whole within wreath.. very fine and very rare [PL 334 Copcyra. wt. of circa B. AP PUT AN. Half Head grs. 229-48. the whole within wreath of oak. Victoriate. 48|. bunch of grapes and ivy 80 grs. circa b.. 46£ Guide.c. Stater. leaf. floreate KOPKYPAIHN. fine.C.. . 3 336 Corcyra. 335 Corey ra. b. AN 38£ grs. inclined to right Pegasos galloping to left.43 331 Epirote Republic. PUT fulmen. wt. M Drachm. with two monograms below. 175 grs. M 72 grs. bound with ivy 9> Pegasos. the whole within a kind of guilloche border £> Kadiate disc or fully expanded flower within double linear border. Head of Aphrodite.. Cow to left suckling calf 0. wt. (B. Head of young Dionysos wt.grs. calf. monogram below. 156^ grs. 300-229.. b. M V] 1 KOP. (unpublished)..c. Double floreate pattern within linear square. $ Pegasos. the whole within wreath of oak. circa B. M. Cow to left suckling calf Two star-like designs of elongated form. very fine. Half Victoriate. LV. 500-450. very fine... of Zeus Dodo- naeus to right. suckling wt. oblong incuse. V° Stater.. the whole in shallow circular incuse. . 400. 123 grs. Head of Dione veiled. wt. referring to the worship of Apollo Actios in the territory of Anactorium.) and AKT. Heads jugate of Zeus Dodonaeus and Dione same monogram as on preceding piece IJ> AP El AN. $> Double ornament in linear square. wt. very fine 1 circa B. circa B..C. behind head El 9> (mon. . to right.. Hemidrachm. 585-500.C. at sides Z-fl. An Amphora with a dot between each point. very fine Pegasos. . M Drachm. wt. M M Stater. 300.. 229-48. Victoriate. 37| grs. ^l Drachm..) Eagle on fulmen to right... very fine. M. Cow to left with head reverted. pi. 23^ 3 CORCYRA. the whole within wreath of to right.

167. [0Y]PPEII2[N]. APTEI. 189). 350-250. 350-250. Head of Pallas to right $t> Pegasos . after B.C. Pegasos galloping to left. earring . very fine. 132 very fine 3 340 Argos Amphilochicum. Jji Pegasos galloping to Corinth. $1 Pegasos galloping to below 0. very fine 1 and 339 rare Anactorium. naked. JR Stater left. 129 grs. type of Federal Coinage. circa after B. Thyrrheium. (B. 130 grs. struck at Leucas. b. (a) B. monogram. fine m field above. xxxn. 250^-167. below A. Didrachm. holding bow. Head of Beardless Achelous. Actios seated. 125 grs. of Corinthian type. bunch of grapes and wt. 61 grs. wt. xxxn.C. 350-300.. (B. B. wt. 7). naked. grs.c. 1 151 \ grs. xxxi. behind. Drachm?. left. Cat. holding bow. and behind head an wt. in torch. . Prow trate to right.. after B. Head of Pallas to left. B. p. (B. Cat. Head j of Pallas to helmet plain. on rock. Head of Pallas to 9> M Stater of Corinthian type. Leucas. 44 grs.C. below A.. fine. owl. Num. below ANA. 16)... pi. Corinth.. M. Head of bearded Achelous to right 9> Apollo Actios seated. M. (B. fig.. 127 grs. below A. behind leaf 9> Pegasos galloping to right. field grs. — Y in field. pi. below neck AY. 282) name see interesting note in Hist. ANA KTO PI HN. 342 1 Thyrrheium.C. 130£ grs. wt. in front a torch.. the helmet adorned with wreath of laurel.. (b) Head of Pallas to right. ^l Staters ofthe Corinthian type (3).C... attributes — crescent.c. Cat.. struck at Leucas. wt.). below (mon. pi. Jl behind head tripod and ]£. in front bunch of grapes. 7\\ very fine 344 Federal Coinage of Acarnania. behind lyre ^ Pegasos galloping to left. 1 and to left magistrate's name MENNEIAZ. 400-330. M. <|>IAANAPOZ. to right. 131 £ grs. Corinth.. and field. ian type. 5). Num. Corinth. AN wt. Head of beardless Achelous M 9> Artemis running to right holding torch..44 338 Anactorium. of Corinth- below A. M Stater left. B. pi. Cylix Pegasos galloping to right. (Hist. (in reference to this fy M Stater. 450. behind crested Corinthian helmet. I). Cat.. wt. 250 ?-167. xxxvin. ^l Drachm ?[AK]APNANI2N. 167. . b. and sceptre. M. magistrate's name ZENOMENHZ. the whole within a wreath 9> AEYKAAljQN. (c) plain.. M Drachm. in magistrate's name MENNEIAZ. left.C.C. magiswt. Head of Pallas to galloping to left. Statue of goddess with stag. wt. left. helmet right. Laureate head of Apollo to right.. Apollo wt. fine 3 341 Leucas. [A]KAPN ANI2N. fine. fine . M Attic aplustre. fine and rare 343 Federal Coinage of Acarnania.

fine . 188 grs. a griffin... 9> AITflAHN. Aetolos standing to left one foot on rock. below truncation P> [AI]T. wt. below.c... short chiton. M Aetolia represented as a female figure wearing short chiton and chlamys. laureate. monogram in kausia. wt. fine and very rare AH 347 Aetolian League. 350 Loom Opuntii. very fine 1 LOCRIS. wt. 369-338. 164| grs. Head of Artemis to bow and quiver at shoulder. V] *** From the Photiades collection. to right. 279-168.. whereof the upper one is Macedonian. Aetolia represented as a female figure wearing and holding upright spear in left hand. M Tetradrachm. .. 37| Aetolian League. N Stater. <|>|.. b. very fine B.. of Aetolia A 349 I THAU N.). seated on pile of shields and holding spear and sword. 131^ grs. 279-168. 76 grs.45 AETOLIA. Calydonian boar. chlamys.. in field. Stater. and in exergue 2 Stater. wearing causia to right . to right. lance head.C. Herakles in V*> b. in field a lance. in field monogram and trophy of Gaulish arms. &c. hair bound with wreath of corn leaves. as on the preceding piece. ^R Head of Aetolos laureate. inside shield.. and holding spear. wt. 131|- grs. he wears chlamys wound round left arm and the kausia slung at back of neck. while on extended right hand she supports a small statuette of Nike. helmet adorned with coiled serpent A Til N. 1 and IN.QAI2[N]. V° I B. monogram and in exergue A AT-. 345 Aetolian League. in field to right. Head of Pallas. Head of young lion's skin. tripod. in fighting attitude. in front of figure wt. $> below monogram. to left M 9> OnONTIXIN. and Gaulish .c. N Stater. to right. wearing causia.c. short chiton. helmet adorned with coiled serpent & AITI2AHN. 1 . to right Aetolia represented as a female figure holding sword spear. Head of Persephone wearing earring and necklace. Aetolia seated. Ajax naked. b. Head of V] 1 Pallas to right. wt. n A. armed with sword and shield and crested Corinthian helmet. Drachm. circa B. 279-168. Aetolian League. very fine and very rare [PL V] *** From the Photiades collection. and a Tetrobol ? Head grs. 279-168. seated on a pile of shields. exergue.. 348 263 grs.. the Gaulish trumpet. fine and very rare [PL 346 Aetolian League. seated on a pile of shields. (mon. wt. and between the legs AIA2L. right.C.. THE RARE VARIETY AND IN VERY FINE CONDITION [PI.C. the remainder AITX2AX2N.. 279-168.

C. Boeotian League.C..C. Boeotian shield 9) Wheel with 4 spokes. £> AOKPI2N.C. wt. tail downwards. grs. 357-346. wearing earring and necklace.. very fine and very rare %* From the Photiades collection. grs.C. in fighting attitude. in eight triangular compartments.46 351 Locri Opuntii. OP -ON. as on the ^ft Stater. very fine. 550-371. Boeotian shield depths. PHOCIS. 44 grs. to left circa B. 550-371. Delphi. 600-550. wt. Head field of Pallas in crested Corinthian helmet to right. R Incuse square. and a Tetartemorion. and in 405-367. JR Stater.. very fine... B. Boeotian shield . & <>. <|> n Head very fine. and on ground two javelins. O. 21 £ M behind branch. B. wt. wt. over bull's head facing.* From the Photiades collection. two of which are deeply indented. 46 grs.c. to right. 4> O 354 incuse square. 13 grs. B..C. Ajax naked. circa B. hair turned up at back and bound by pearled cord... Bull's head facing. B. Delphian Apollo to Trihemiobol. between the horns of goat's head facing. Head of Perse- phone. 9> Forepart of boar in 15 grs. 41^ very fine. fine. Phocis. fine 3 JR Triobol. wt. an Amphora. Eam's head to left. #> right. Bull's head facing. inside shield. and an Obol. R Incuse square four divisions.C. 357-346. four of which are deeply indented. to right. wt.c.. b. 46 wt. Ajax in fighting between his legs YPOK in monogram. ^51 Stater. (Read's History of the Coinage of of JR Hemidrachm. 181 grs. wt. 550. Drachm. Female head of archaic style. a serpent.. fy Ajax laureate in fighting attitude. M Hemidrachms (2). of the lyre. inside shield sea horse. . a trident head. 421-375. I. very fine 2 BOEOTIA. on either side a 9> dolphin. after B. very fine 3 . the whole within incuse square. 355 356 Boeotian League. in incuse square. the body decorated with vine tendril and bunch of grapes at either handle $ a star. Head of Persephone leaves. 353 ^l Triobol. ]£> 4> f2. grs. and an Obol. wt. Obol. Boeotia. wt. fine. hair bound with wreath of corn & OnONTIHN. AG grs. Boeotian 1 M shield . divided by diagonal 9> Mill-sail line. pattern . fine .. attitude. 4 9> 13£ grs. Square incuse with four indentations of varying incuse. 44 grs. wt. the other two 1). 352 Locri Opuntii. armed with sword and shield and crested Corinthian helmet. very fine and rare 1 "%. wt. Boeotian shield .. 43 grs. Bull's head facing. pi. b. AOKPI1N. Triobol... Phocis. wt.. 184 grs. 338. 94 grs. Laureate head of the M Delphian Apollo behind B. 369-338.C.

before him club. 600-550.O and bunch of grapes..c.. 9> Incuse with four deep indents.. wt.. Half of Boeotian Bj B. B. rare T— wt. Head of Persephone facing. B. $k M-Y JR at sides of fulmen. 1 362 Tanagra. infield monogram 3 . fine.C. 93 grs. shield . naked to right holding trident and dolphin. very fine and rare . 365 Thebes. fine and Haliartus. wt. 88| grs.C. 360 of mill trident scarce and wreath. 364 Tanagra. M M of the 1 188 358 Boeotian League. in the alternate one 2 T. 188f grs. (B. kneeling on one knee to left.47 357 Boeotian League. 14J grs. his stringing 1 bow.C. B^ © in centre 195) . 9> 387-384. of issue Drachm 366 187| grs. pl. Stater. very fine An and 359 scarce circa b. ^l Stater. 76% grs. Guide.. 550-480. Forepart of bridled horse galloping whole 1 within square incuse. the neck and upper part of body of vase ornamented.. 187 rare grs. the T-A-. B. B. wt. wt. of globular form. Bj (D in centre of mill sail incuse. 189 grs.. fine *** From the Photiades collection. in field An (mon. 550-480. 550-480. Nike with and Z. 19). wt. fine Stater. fine.c.. the vase ornamented. M Boeotian shield.. before Orchomenus. 13f grs. JR Stater. wt.. Boeotian shield $> El in centre sail incuse. 379-338. Herakles. 197-146. Bj Four incuse compartments symmetrically arranged. fig.C. 7% grs. grs. M Hemiobol. wt.C. incuse. wt.. B. Head of Poseidon . 77 grs. B.C. 379-338. wt. Mycalessus. Poseidon. B. Bj b. c. M Stater. grain b. B> B. 379.) and buckler.. Boeotian shield amphora. 480. Boeotian shield neck and portion of the body 9> An Amphora on tall stem. ^ft Drachms (2). wt. BO IflTHN. Boeotian shield with in one of the lunette openings at side .C.xui.c. 92£ grs. wt. B. M. 387-374. Third of Tetradrachm. JR Stater. of mill-sail pattern incuse.C. 1 Boeotian League. Stater. and same type. 446-426. ^fl Stater. fine Num. fine and very 1 363 Tanagra. at sides AN-AP. and a 2 Thebes. Boeotian shield 3 361 Pharae. O similar to T the preceding. wt.. wt.C. Boeotian shield with T-A in the lunette openings at sides Bj Wheel of four spokes in circular incuse. above grain of corn and at sides FA-Z[T]. 550-480. Another of the second period 550-480.C. Boeotian shield to right. wt.. M Obol. Boeotian shield ©EBAIOZ. nude.. fine. fine and rare . B^ b. 188 grs.. 9> BOII2TI2N. Boeotian shield wt. M third of 9= Tetradrachm. 185 grs.. 190^ grs.. (Hist. fine B. (from the Photiades collection). Obol. of corn sprouting . 244-197.

. wt. 186 grs. B. wt. circa B. 186 grs. Boeotian shield of Dionysos crowned with ivy.. M Stater. very 1 fine and very rare [PI. springing from centre pellet. the whole in incuse. wearing wreath of ivy to right the infant Herakles strangling serpents. see article by M and rare. V] 0EZP KON. presumably from the same die as the piece in the Photiades collection which described as unpublished [PI.C. the B. 375 Chalcis. Guide. 65 and 66 of same . Bj Incuse square. Thebes. and necklace with pendant bulla. 10 grs. V] 387-374. VI] 1 .C. shows the incuse divided diagonally. very fine and rare 369 426-387. M Stater. Bj B. Cock to left Bj Incuse square. 480-445.. wt. Bull recumbent to 441 grs. Bearded head Thebes. 276 [PL VI] lion's skin to right.C. Carystus. date. Bj 0. very fine and of fine early style. Hemidrachm.C. very fine probably from the Santorin find. wt. p. wt. within shallow 1 incuse. 426-387. respectively) . xliii.. Bj [PI. Stater.. the whole within incuse square. and shows the hub. Boeotian shield (retrograde). and below neck a smaller crescent.E. 373 Chron. 370 Thebes. M 1 Stater. Head of bearded Herakles wearing lion's skin. V] 1 Stater.. wt. grs. above trident head. 197-146.. the inner line of wheel forming a kind of quatrefoil. in the 1 Num. very fine and very rare [PI. in field to left a bow. 3rd series. or pale gold. 259 grs.. B.. with three divisions indented . 700-480. the infant Herakles strangling serpents. wt. Wroth. M grs. wt. 9> circa B. I 371 Thespiae. KAPY. 9> — B. Wheel of four spokes (One specimen has very simple straight spokes. very fine and very rare.. Boeotian shield E. M. Eagle flying to holding in his beak a serpent "S'AV-in wheel of five spokes. wt. irregularly divided. W.48 367 Thebes. IV. wt. Bj 426-387.C. B> Incuse. El. and below. Esq. Tetradrachm.C. 372 Carystus P circa B.C. EUBOEA.. 29) 1 . Head of Aphrodite Melainis to right. Head of bearded Herakles the paws knotted under chin left. the and an Obol. Wheel. all fine and scarce the other piece has the spokes of more spandril form Bj is more irregular. 46 B. 600-480. club. rare 1 %* 368 From the Photiades collection. Boeotian shield 0E. 186 grs. M is 3 right. Head of bearded Dionysos. 190 grs.. very fine and very rare B.C. vol. M Drachms (2). 446-426. in front of head wearing earring a large crescent. the whole within L^J gj shallow incuse. 188 grs.C. wearing 9> N Third of Stater. fine and very rare (B. to left. the whole within circular shallow incuse.. a pi. 374 Chalcis.

$. to left of owl with head facing. 4). wt. with closed wings. in field 411. 47-^ grs. the hair is waved at sides. no. Man on 41 horseback to right.C. in background. Cat. Head of Maenad wearing vine Histiaea. M. Cat. on raised disc Incuse square. Head of Athena to right. IZTI. Head and neck of sacrificial fillet. and in field to right monogram. of B. fine. very fine and rare below 1 379 Eretria. 590-525. grs.C. $> circa B. fine 380 Euboea. bound with a bunch of grapes. I). head facing. 480445. B. to left. 173| rare 1 377 Cyme..C. fine galley holding trophy stand.. (B. JR Drachm. the crest adorned with dentated pattern with dots in the angles. shallow incuse.C. M Head of Maenad wearing vine wreath. head facing very fine and rare left. 382 Athens. to right. Incuse square.. fine .C. wearing round earring and close fitting helmet with simple volute behind. Forepart of horse to right incuse squares of different sizes. 58-| grs. M Tetradrachm. the larger containing solar grs. wreath . 313-265. fine 1 S . 259| grs. wt. all in the other specimen B. the crest is plain with border of dots 9> in right Well defined square incuse. i. Federal Coinage. Hecta. Owl 21 to fy Incuse square in which A I wt.pl. £> [A]0E. circa b. (in exergue). Two 500 1 Didrachm. very fine and rare 1 378 Cyme $k M Tetrobol. is of somewhat coarser fabric and resembles 2 in high relief 384 Athens..C. olive spray with two leaves and berry. M. (compare B.. 527. wt. wt. 6 before B. wt. A0E. hand lower corner small olive spray with berry and two 261| grs. very fine 1 381 Drachm. 1 9> Sepia in incuse square. diagonally divided. of less primitive style. El.C. 9> IZTIAEI2N.C. nymph Euboea to left 9> EY. Head of bull three quarters to right.c.. 500. M Tetradrachms (2) of globular fabric. diagonally divided. i. M. wt.. 65^ grs. the helmet is similar in type to the earlier pieces being close fitting and with simple volute ornament at back. vine. B. about 34 4 ATTICA. Bull to right. grs. 131 grs. M Didrachm.. Head Athena of very Archaic style. 500 Hind part of horse within linear border wt. II.C. leaves. 369-336... Cat. 550. B. herself. Owl. pi. P circa B. Nymph Histiaea seated on stern of grs.49 376 Cyme ? Jfc circa B. wt. Tetrobols (3) of the same town. Cow scratching and scarce after B.. 1 383 Athens. ? M symbol. pi. E. wt.

Tetar- 430-350. Tritemorion. viii.C. in field on either side a monogram and to right. of good Archaic work. 430-350. fig. 220-197. Head of Athena wearing crested adorned in front with three upright olive leaves. iv. M Tetradrachm.C. wt. two serpents. (retrograde). 10 grs. 525-430. B> A0E. facing. 2| grs. Jig. iv. & A0E-.C. Cat. (Hist.. Hemiobol. Trihemitetartemorion. head B. Head of Athena B. 264 grs. 5£ grs. head facing. no. very fine Athens. 527-430. Head Head of Athena B. very fine 1 M A0 . wt. (compare B.. very fine. within square incuse contained in circular incuse. VI] collection. of VI] Athena wt. three cres- 525-430. wings standing facing. closed grs. $ A0E. .50 385 Athens. wt. 7i B. M. Num. head facing. Head of Athena. 32| M. A0E. in square incuse. the back helmet. 525-430. temorion. whole in square incuse. with floral ornament at back and three upright olive leaves in front. with closed wings to right. grs. the back with flower and volute E.. 259 in Hi. pi. on amphora A.C. M Drachm. 527-430. with flower and volute B. M $k Owl. the pupil of the eye is shown 9> A0E. Cat. of Athena in close fitting helmet. pi. grs. a large spread Tetradrachm exceptionally fine condition [PI. series the whole within a wreath of olive. Cat. (B. 128 grs. wearing close fitting crested helmet. in field.. B. Head Athena Parthenos. pi. 65| grs. on the back portion a scroll resembling an aplustre. B. wt. and close fitting triple crested helmet adorned with the foreparts of four horses and a pegasos. half within and half without square incuse. . Owl. 527-430. 9> wearing earring necklace. Owl with wt.. 430-350. Head of Athena. to left olive spray.C. wt. . Num. wt. head crescent facing. the front adorned with three upright olive leaves. pi. behind small 386 and olive spray with two leaves and berry. Head of Athena. Owl with closed wing standing on amphora which lies upon its side. to left olive spray.C. &c.C. 1 *** From the Photiades . 4.. 211). JR Tetradrachm. class A.. fine. one leaf and one berry wt. 1 £> A0E-. wt.. head B. owl. fy A0E-. Head Athens. wt. . 3). Owl. 525-430.C. Head of Athena to right. £> A0E. border of dots A-0E. M. Tetradrachm of refined Archaic style. Obol. to left spray of olive with bud.C. wt. . cents. Cat. Owl.C. class A). Owl. £> A0E-. and Hemitetartemorion. Owl. Didrachm. the B. Crescent. and very rare [PI. crescent and spray of olive $> with two leaves and berry. 3| grs. very fine B. fine and very rare of 389 Athens. 9> A0E. 1 (compare B. left.C. (B. B. Head of Athena to left. Triobol. in. 388 212). B. M. facing. and Hist. 430-350.C. 8). Head of Athena. 2 grs. 387 Athens. . on either side olive branch. 264 grs. Kalathos.

9> B. in triple crested helmet adorned with foreparts of horses and pegasos $ A0E.. 1 25 7f grs. figures in field. HENOand grs. Rough incuse. von Sallet. 307. and the second is in the Museum at Berlin.C. 186-146. very fine and OF THE HIGHEST RARITY [PI. wt. VI] *** From the Photiades collection. to right.. in n E-. M Tetradrachm. Head of Athena Parthenos to right.. M Tetradrachm. the whole B.. 4> I E-.C. Owl on amphora on which TO<l>. M Tetradrachm. of later date. the whole within wreath of olive. to right two naked male spear. fine and rare *** From the Photiades collection. APMOZENOZ.C. Owl on amphora upon which K-. Head |~.. Only three of these interesting Staters with the name of the King of Pontus as an ally of the Athenians are known.. M J& 184^ grs. Aristion having been elected strategos at the same time as the king. Owl on amphora. ^ Incuse square irregularly divided. 254 393 Athens. fine 392 Athens. BAZ[l]AE[nZ]. in the summer of the year 88 B.. wt. 186-146. the triple crested helmet adorned with pegasos. wt. circa B. MunzMbmet. foreparts of horses. 9> after B. sun between two crescents. in field. APEZTOZ. Athens. in field. 48 grs. ture of the shell is shewn . 1 KAHZ.C. p.. side curl is similar to last. APIZTIX2N.. the whole within olive wreath.C. the other rests upon his below amphora Z<l>. upon which below amphora very fine magistrates wt. Head 258^ grs. of Athena Parthenos.C.. to right.. 127 grs. &c. " Friedlander and A. very fine 1 Athena Parthenos. lion's skin and bow of below amphora r. within wreath of olive.. very fine. coiled serpent. field. and row of dots down the middle of back. 185| grs. 700-550. Magistrates HPA. dasKoningl. Magistrates MIKII2N.51 390 Athens. 1 AEGINA. B. 480-456. 146-86.C.. Owl on amphora. & 391 A0E. Tortoise with plain shell Aegina. Lyre. We are enabled to fix the date exactly.. another. 88.. fy> B. very fine 2 E 2 . club. MI0PAAATHZ. Head of Athena Parthenos. EYPYKAEI. but of somewhat coarser style and the longer A0E. wt. left. A-. (The Dioskuri 1). wt. one carries patera. Laureate head of Apollo of fine style to right META-PEI2N.C.. 394 Megara. N Stater. the first belonged to the Due de Luynes. 96. after his return from the residence of Mithradates. B. Tortoise similar to the preceding piece. 395 Staters (2). Afl.2nd 1 edition." MEGARIS. but the strucwt. arms of the Achaemenidan kings (Pontus). similar to the preceding A0E. APIZin case.. ^t Drachm.

C. 9> B.. similar in type to grs..C. 500-430. VI] "%* From the Photiades collection. left.. $> XI ON. 400 Phlius. with Corinth. butting to left . at sides of Nl... 1 1 . 9> Dove flying. 397 Corinth.52 396 Aegi n a. PHLIASIA. Obol. but with A. and across exergual line on 1 very fine and scarce [PI. $k more developed form shewn $> AITI... fine Stater. wt.. averaging 130 grs. dolphin. . 401 Sicyon. wt. fine Staters (5). fine (from the Photiades collection) of butting bull . M shell fully Half Stater. in laurel wreath. very fine on preceding. 42-^ grs.C. JR Trihemidrachm. 189 grs. only and dolphin. after B. 14 3 CORINTHIA.. fine. Tortoise of . below 9 Half Drachm. Stater. ? below and ^ Head of Pallas Chalinitis. B. 400-322. B. at wt. 404. wt. M ^l Stater.. PELOPONNESUS.. 350-338. in incuse square. which is divided into five divisions. fine ZE. Pegasos with curled wing 1}L Head wt. as I. below A I. and dolphin last.C.C. 9 Pegasos with curled wing Helmeted head of Athena Chalinitis. 398 Staters (2).. 41| grs. wt..C. . riding on bridled pegasos to right and striking downwards with his spear. wt. in incuse square. 88 grs. forepart 2 M spokes. 90 grs. Bull circa B.. in centre of which a wheel with four Obol. tortoise. fine 5 Corinth. bay to 62| grs. Balaustium flower and E. and the structure of compartments of wt. Chimaera at bay wreath. symbols. to right .. Usual type of Pegasos. $> : <t> : wL 12 grs. similar.C. beneath pegasos 9 9> Chimaera amphora. Kantharos and N. Chimaera at bay. and dolphin in incuse square. wing to left. Pegasos with curled $> Head of Aphrodite. 400-338. Drachm. M helmet adorned with wreath . 430-322. (termination of G inscription) in the four corners of incuse square. in field a wreath Dove flying. Head of Helios within wreath. in olive 189^ grs. but on $> A I. wt. fine SICYONIA. Bellerophon wearing chlamys and petasos. ZE-. Drachm [4>]AEIA. fine. Eagle and 399 A P. (in exergue). circa B. fine 4 of Pallas in linear square within incuse square. M . 186 grs. ]£> one has 9 behind head of Athena. wt. two examples have B. 400-322. 402 Sicyon.

Head of Apollo £ IHEA.53 403 Sicyon. before circa B. Head of League.. B. 405 B.. Zeus Homagyrios. Dove and Zl. the other O and 9> 4 ACHAIA. wt. 40£ grs. in field at very fine. 400-322. laurel within wreath. crayfish. in field All. 41 grs..) of the following towns Aegium. Zl". fine. unpublished . symbol..C.. Triobol. AX. Pellene. Dyme. M within wreath. (AP. 5= Dove flying. Zl. ^l Drachm. ^l Triobol.. in laurel wreath. magistrate.. Chimaera at bay. M APICTOAAMOC.C. . Pellene.. 146-43. fine Ifc Dove flying. one with head of Apollo Dove. Triobol.). Obols (2). mon. TE. El is. (mon. Chimaera R . symbol. {mon.C. B. 404 Patrae. 370. wt.C. M 370-322.). I. wt.C. in olive wreath. 330. B. $. Cl AC and riATP. bay . 89 grs. all flEAAA. & AAMAgrs. Triobol. Head of Aphrodite. of 33| Apollo to left. Tegea. Head wt. fine \ 3 Achaean Hemidrachms. TAP. fulmen. all fine 4 . $> (?).

1 410 Elis. 186 grs. unpublished var. Stater (struck under the despot Aristotimus).. I£> Eagle with open wings to right. A. HPA-. wt.C. very fine. very fine 1 Num. Eagle with closed wings standing on rock to right. with open wings. 188 \ grs. LOT 406 Elis. Head of Hera wearing grs..C. Head of Zeus of fine style to right Elis. V° ^l Stater. Eagle.. wt. B. 188 grs. 365-322.. Head of Hera to right wearing earring. wt. B.C. B. very fine 1 . 312-221. and Stephanos adorned with palmettes. circular £> M Stater..C. A. of Zeus to right in field 9> F.C. 421-365. necklace. right. 1 409 Elis.. B. fine FAAEII2N. 189^ grs. 471-421. lofty R 408 Stephanos adorned with conventional flowers F. 411 Elis. very fine * * ¥e From [PI.. A. Fulmen with wings and volutes in shallow circular incuse. wt. Eagle flying left carrying hare. fulmen. to right Eagle with closed wings standing on capital of Ionic 1 column to right. of good style. 9> F. VI] 189 grs..C. 185| (Hist..C. wt. the latter inscribed FAAEII2N. standing on rock looking to whole within wreath of wild olive. 185 grs. collection. A. 1 M M Stater.54 FOURTH DAY'S SALE. Head of Zeus. B.. in field. *** From the Photiades Head of Hera to 322-312. A-. very fine *#* From the Photiades collection. B. M. F. hair turned up at back olive. wt. Eagle to right on capital of Ionic column. 312-271. ELIS.. wearing triple earring. Catalogue [PL VI] 407 Elis. Fulmen in wreath of wild olive.. in field countermark with radiate design F. and diadem. %* 412 Elis. within wreath of very fine and scarce [PI. right. 231) [PL VI] Stater. not in B.. fig. F. wt. B. M Head A P. 322-312.. VI] the Photiades collection. From the Photiades collection. the 1 #.

1 and * * # From the Photiades collection..55 MESSENIA AND LACONIA. seated upon rock. at his feet the syrinx. Nabis. 1 181 grs. 259 grs. rests in the 1 and his left hand on rock. 310-266. and to left a wreath.C. fine and rare striding to [PL VI] 414 1 Lacedsemon. wt. in field a tripod. Head of Zeus Lykaeos and in high relief. holding spear and bow. his right hand wt. BA[Z]IAEX2Z. Head of Demeter to right MEZZANI. of Sparta M to ?) king (Areus King A-. and adorned on the side with a cock. fine Drachm. to right of statue a goat. 9> B. very fine and very rare [PL VI] collection. border of dots aplustre. M Stater.C. M — his right hand resting on club. standing on A— Tetradrachm. lion's skin. Herakles seated on rock. covered with front. covered with his chlamys. B. #> B... 413 Messene. in incuse square. wt. wt. the end of which rests upon (mon. 200. fine and very rare 1 416 Lacedsemon. wt. 51|scarce M grs. magistrate ZOZIKPA. NABIOZ-..C. 1 very fine and excessively rare [PL VI] 415 Lacedsemon. 261 grs. 418 Arcadian League. Head of Pallas to right in crested Corinthian helmet A. on the rock the artist's name. he holds his pedum in right hand.C. 417 Troezen. *»* From the Photiades . wielding thunderbolt and holding eagle on outstretched left hand.. 249| grs. Diademed head of left. Zeus Ithomatas right. ARCADIA. Archaic agalma of the Apollo of Amyclse helmeted. Tyrant. 330.. 9> Tetradrachm..QN.).. Bearded upon upright club very fine of Nabis to right Herakles naked. to left seated left on rock.C. ARGOLIS. Head of Apollo to left Trident head with volutes. which is covered with lion's skin.C. of very fine style fy B. 263 grs. M Tetradrachm. 400-322. 9> after B. wt. 370-300. and of highest rarity [PL VI] is This very remarkable Tetradrachm presumed to be absolutely unique and UNPUBLISHED. OAY. M Tetradrachm. and laureate head V° 206-192. TPO-.. circa B. A PIC Pan rock. A-.

M of Helios facing .C. lion's 400-362.. 362. B.C.. 300. wt 36| grs.. 186 grs. wt 1 very fine and VI] 425 *** From Admiral Spratt's collection. rare lyre. Armed *#* From Admiral Spratt's 424 collection. M Triobol. 420 3 and monogram.. £t 500-400. 350-300. an Acorn. wt. Apollo on omphalos holding grs. ivy leaves. fine Pheneus. wt. # KAH-.. Head 172£ 9> Labyrinth.. fine CRETE.. MAN. A\ Stater. Chensonesus. 400-362. and in field two M below large M. Bull b. to the branches of which he raises his hand in adoration.. fine and of (?) to right 1 rare *** From 427 the Photiades collection. Triobol. wt 43 grs. in his right hand he holds caduceus.. Female head Artemis wearing stephane and earring warrior standing before sacred tree. M Stater. B. skin. to B. of Zeus Ammon to left APKAAI2N. 400-350.C. 9> circa B. in field Mantineia. on his side wt. very fine and exceedingly rare. 39f grs. Megalopolis. small centaur. B. very fine 422 Stymphalus. wt. Cnossus. Demeter grs. Arcadia. resting on spear and shield. in field 1 156| 426 Cnossus.. 1 . b.. Pallas standing. $> MET. 3 Head of Stymphalian wt about 13 grs. running to left and carrying on his arm the infant Arkas. 350-300. M known [PI.C. £. magistrate Bl P.. 423 Aptera.. wearing necklace and earring with five pendants fy <f>ENEI2N. Square labyrinth. 1 riTOAIOITOZ.. very fine and rare [PI. springing from the calyx of a flower.. Head of Zeus Lykaeos . Head of Britomartis 9> to right XEPZONAZION. Head of is Bull to right. of VI] 1 young Herakles and in of Stymphalian bird scarce.C.56 419 Cleitor. 9> B. M VI] *** From the Photiades collection... JR Stater. relief. Bearded and diademed Head of Zeus or more probably Minos $> KNI2ZII2N. M and rare [PI. 116-67.c. B. (2). #> <l>ENIKON. AnTEPAIft[N]. Triobol.. Hermes naked.. wt 12£ grs. proin field flying eagle bably not more than five examples 421 Pheneus.C. Head a butting right.. 42 grs. wt 257 grs. Tetradrachm. Head Head ZTYM<j>AAII2N. wt.. $ ZTYM<l>AAON. (?) M Stater. Obol. Head scarce [PI. in field to right APKAZ. depicted a caduceus in beneath P. M Drachm.C.C. fine Obols Head of Herakles in lion's skin. wt.c. Head of Demeter crowned with corn leaves. 400-322. 76 \ grs.. 160 grs.. thymaterion. Pan seated on rock. VI] Demeter to left 1 Triobol. B.. bird.

200.. very fine and rare (B. wt. Europa seated 177 grs. 174| grs. M bull. fig. 429 Cydonia.C. Montagu was of known (compare B. wt. in sorrowful atti- tude amid the branches of an ancient tree to right. Mr. scarce Infant suckled by bitch. Head of Apollo to right. 300-200. neck. of Apollo to left ["lOA— XO[Z]. fy B. Stater.... 46| grs. 200-67. 70 grs. fine and of the highest rarity. Head of adorned with foreparts of horses.. wt. between P> b. the Photiades collection. 350-300. KNX2X[l]i2[N]. 177 Stater.o.. M Stater. rOPTYNIHN. standing looking to left and holding a globe or 1 stone. and bow. in front of rOPTYNiniM. 9> Bull. 1 *** From the Photiades 435 Gortyna. 9> Bull b. (compare Hist. ^l Drachm. wt. wt.C. in field. in field in front A. very fine and 1 VI] *** From 350-300. plain linear border 9> Apollo.. Head of Zeus to right Europa with inflated veil riding on collection. wt. 116-67. to right butting bull.C. grs. pi. M. very fine and exceedingly scarce in this condition 1 433 Gortyna.. or Minos. M Stater. very fine and very rare 432 Gortyna. 177 grs. (?). Kydon fine naked archer stringing bow. xi.C. c. b. 9> B. Diademed head of Zeus or Minos rOTYNIHN. opinion that there Cat. Eleutherna. over his shoulders chlamys. 221 grs. 400-300. head reverted. B.. 9> From Weber collection. VI] 436 Gortyna. Circular labyrinth. wt. M the ^Et Dracam. 250). and at the sides winged Pegasos. and at his back quiver. #> in triple crested helmet. 65 grs. to right $1 B. . fine and scarce 1 A . Num.. the front Athenian type. B. 1 238 grs.. b. and behind NAP.. ^ft Tetradrachm of the Athena Parthenos.c. and rare 1 "%* From the Photiades 431 collection. the wt. Hunter seated on rock.57 428 Cnossus.. x. he holds bow and arrow..c.C. M 1 434 Gortyna. upon an amphora on its whole within wreath of olive. 400-300. Cat.. Head wt. ^R Tetradrachm. star above. MENANTI.. pi. 8). 400-300. behind signature of artist NEYANTOX[EP O El] as KYAX1N. fine 1 %* Cydonia. Dionysiac head to his right. rare [PI. B. Europa with eagle in tree M. Helmeted head i of Athena Kydonia and 430 to right KYA12N. Drachm. Owl side. 6) was only one other specimen [PI.

C.. fine and rare 1 B.58 437 Hierapytna. &c. nude. Female head left turreted to $ IEPAnYTN[l]I2N.. M. is of palm . right a little defective. 179 grs.. B. but reading only square.. exergue (?). the whole within dotted linear 9> in incuse square. M Tetradrachm. M. Boar's head to right in dotted linear square within incuse Hemidrachm.... B.. 431-300.. Hierapytna. wt. and over his left £> arm hangs the and style. to left <|>AYOZ. wt. and very rare 1 wt.C.C. and circa B.C. 1121 grs very fine. ("from the Photiades collection. wt.. B. his left foot is on the tail of the monster. 1 442 Lyttus. mon. Eagle looking back.C. ^l Stater. pi Eagle before a palm tree. 184| grs. where it was attributed to Sicyon. 200-67. 444 wt.. 445 Phaestus. Female head turreted lEPAnY-TNiriN. Cat. the grass depicted by upright lines. condition (retrograde). fine and scarce 1 441 Lissus 300 El.. 200-67. advancing to right about to strike with club held in right hand. very fine and very rare (B.. head to B. Eagle flying to left Boar's head to right. £> B. Head to Athenian helmet left of Athena Salmonia fish god. to right in field a whole with incuse square. 14£ grs. 450-330. very fine 1 and of high rarity [PL VI] * * % From the Carfrae collection. $> AYTT- 80N.. 44 grs. M Drachm. wt. fine the XIII. ITANII2N. the obv. right.C. wt. lion's skin <>AIZTin[N]. naked. Herakles. 84 grs. Eagle flying to left . Bull to left with both fore-legs hobbled. standing.C. . 6). 431-300. 9> I in field to ^l Stater. 33) *** From the Photiades 438 collection. wt. very 1 and scarce 440 Lappa. wt.. and in left right barley corn.C. 200-67.. fine and very rare . Eagle to ZAMATOPAZ.C. naked. very fine and scarce 1 square AYTTSO-. lvi. and MT. at the Hydra which rears up before him. 400-300. grazing. Herakles. in right hand bow. AYTTI. 27| grs. H. and to left lion's skin. pi. and whose nearest head he grasps with his left hand. KOZ. similar type. (B. to ZYAX2. and AnE. 1 Guide. 47 grs. facing hand he holds club downwards. Bull to right. 9> B. right (V). $> B. } 439 Itanus. although due to faulty striking. standing. fine 2 Phaestus. Apollo.M. 443 Lyttus. tree. M Hemidrachm. 155^ grs.") 450-330. Eagle with open wings to right 9> Eagle flying to right in incuse of irregular form. in monogram. [C A M]TI KON. Head in of Apollo to right AAnnAI.. in crested J* Drachm. 233 grs. holding lyre and plectrum. wt. M Didrachm. JR Stater.

C. and 10% 3 *** These interesting coins. border of dots 9> nOAYPHNIHN. Zeus Diktaeos wearing himation over lower limbs. and rare head reverted.. weighing respectively very rare grs.. Head of Athena Parthenos in triple crested helmet adorned withpegasos and foreparts of horses. and will be found described in the Num. £> CEnochce. rare 1 452 Praesus. IHN-. seated towards left. and his left supports a long sceptre 9= nPAIZIO[NJ.. M Stater. vol. 451 Praesus. 431-300. and a Hemidrachm. pp. Eagle. 243| grs. B. M Stater. preceding piece. Zeus Diktaeos enthroned as on wt. B.C. 1 . (B. very fine and excessively rare [PL VI] B. Chron.. nOAYPHNIfiN. 1 450 Polyrhenium. Series 3. 350-300. 200. 12% grs. 453 Praesus. and bound with cord 9> <|>.C.59 446 Phaestus. M Stater. PH N I. Forepart of Cretan goat. 29| grs. of blade. \2 $> Fly. hair rolled of upright trident head. . with bow and quiver Apollo with palm branch. he holds in right hand an eagle. between the prongs 448 Polyrhenium (?) B. very fine and rare A. 169 grs. fine and rare Stater. volutes below.. 449 Polyrhenium. B... fine (retrograde). Talos as a winged youth. Tetradrachm of the Athenian type. I wt. 9). M. £» wt.C.. Bull to left. VI] 1 %* 447 From the Spratt and Carfrae collections. but from a different die Forepart of Cretan goat head reverted. Phalasarna. were procured at Polyrhenium. very fine and very rare [PI... 309-311. grs. wt.. 167 grs. Head of Diktynna. 165 grs. 400-300. traces of legend. hurling a stone 9> Bull butting to right. 2 at shoulder.. Eagle.C. wt. TAAflN. 400-300. hair $ n PAZ OS. M M Stater. 176 grs. Eagle. B.C. Head of Apollo laureate. B. 400-300.. nOA.. B. long B. wt. 1 in shallow circular incuse. pi. VII. Diademed head very fine 74| grs. on throne with back. from Admiral Spratt's collection. YSHIM. of Diktynna facing. Spearhead of broad leaf-shaped type with side ribs descending below base 200-67. Owl facing on amphora. head facing bound with sacrificial fillets $> IIOAY.C. 1 xvn.C. 9> 400-300.. in field to right small figure of Artemis Diktynna. wt. fine. & Star. wt.. 300 (V) N (3). Cat. Bull's ^l Drachm.. 176^ grs.C.

M. M Stater. she wears earring and necklace 9> nPIAN-XIEHN. leading horse to right and holding trident PAY K I ON. leg. Double barbed trident head. Poseidon naked. and rare 460 Coresia.. chlamys. Cat. (retrograde). work and 1 in very fine condition 456 Rhaucus. on panther. VI] 1 455 Priansus. Stater. #» Incuse of mill pattern. xvm. sail Stater. pi. 257). the whole grs. in Youthful Dionysos riding to left field.. Cat. 1) 1 457 Rhaucus. Amphora xxi. 172 grs. in left hand thyrsos. B. in right hand he holds a dolphin and in left hand a trident. Stater.C. 600-480. 400-300. Poseidon leading horse to right and holding trident PAV[M]ION. 12). before him caduceus xix. and falling in two tresses. rare 458 Sybrita.. 1 87| grs. volute on either side 1 of socket. of double barbed trident.60 454 Priansus. (B. hair rolled.pl.C. Cat. 1) 1 Num. 178 M. wearing chiton.C. countermark left ZIBPYTII2[N]. arm and lower limbs. dolphin. her right hand caresses a serpent by her side. to right a rudder and Cat. wt. (B. Head M. M. (Hist. pi XXII.C. Hermes wearing sandal on right wt. in very good state and excessively rests 1 rare %* From Admiral Spratt's collection. on rock. M. some deeply in1 Carthea. 6). (B. standing to Poseidon wearing himation wound round left left. xviii. of Artemis to right. wt. M. B. seated facing on throne with back. knotted at top of head and loose tresses behind. dented. (B. Cat. and peplos over lower limbs. Head 165 grs. 350-300. THE ISLANDS OF THE AEGAEAN 459 SEA. Date palm. wt. pi. fine work and very fine condition. and of considerable rarity in this state [PI. 173 grs.C. date palm on right (Persephone and Zeus in form of serpent 9> nPIANZIEXIN. Cat. wt. B. turned towards left . within incuse square. 600-480. her left hand rests on seat ?) . 9> B. M wt. wt. 400-300. B. her hair bound with wreath.. xix. M Drachm. B. Female figure. 430-300. M M Stater. 431-300. 7). M. and holding in incuse square V° M Stater. 9= B.C. fig.. pi. 8). pi. divided into eight triangular parts. extremely good to left a 90 grs. (B. standing tying which 166 grs. rare .C. fine 9> Incuse square. Sepia and dolphin (B.

. 259). B. circa B. fine 2 PONTUS. B. from of left Poseidon standing left. 468 Colchis. 400-300. wt. very 1 Ten os.. Female head. M 193| grs. M Stater. very fine and very rare [PI. and very rare 1 (?) 465 Paros. and with left hand supports a trident in field a bunch of grapes. right. fig. 260). 189 and rare 1 462 Delos £> wt. with bunch of leaf 1 grapes depending from each handle . 1 Num. very fine and rare 1 463 Naxos. (Hist. fine M four parts. M Stater. £> B. wt. Stater. Two dolphins going in opposite directions Incuse square divided into eight parts.C.C. below a dolphin 9> Incuse square divided into six triangular parts. 186 grs. wt. 600-490. 469 Amisus.C. fine and rare 464 Paros. Goat kneeling. (Hist. 9> circa B.. 86£ grs. arm and envelopes lower *** From Admiral Spratt's collection. 550 1 Stater. 261). &c. Num. 117 grs..C. each divided into grs. VI] . wt. very fine and very rare 1 [PI. Kantharos. A4>-PO-. Bull's head to right. 400. COLCHIS. M Tetrobols 35 grs. fig. right. ornamented with palmettes. 184 grs. M M Stater. Beardless head of Zeus Ammon to THNI. Num. some deeply indented. Eagle flying to right 9> Incuse square divided into eight triangular compartments.C. 550 ? Stater. 300-200. ASIA. 99^ grs. some of which are deeply indented. VI] 466 Siphnos. circa B. 600-500. Head of female to left wearing 1 turreted Stephanos. . one large and one small. Head of Archaistic style. head reverted. rev.. wt. ^t Drachm. very fine . wearing himation which depends limbs. wt.. 1. 200. right arm and upper part body bare in outstretched right hand he holds a dolphin. (2). on one knee. Owl facing with extended wings. Magistrate's name (Hist. 600-480..C. Two dolphins in same direction incuse squares.C. fig.C. fine and very rare 467 wt. M Stater. B. ANAZIK-. 192 grs. Artemis Goat to bound thrice round with a riband riAPI.61 461 Delos % 9> Two B. right 9> B. very fine some deeply indented.. above an ivy $> Incuse square quartered.C. and 33^ grs.

EYnATOPOZ. behind head monogram ol and below bust ENT=355. 122£ grs. VI. 9> B. holding Nike and rare Seated female figure wearing modius and sceptre..C. monocrescent. wt. VII] 124-132. 14-22 ?.d. below date wt. MI0PAAATOY. very fi% 1 472 VII] Mithradates [PI. M Tetradrachm. and scarce [PI.. EKT=325. 121-63. II.. 143 grs. M Tetradrachm. the whole within wreath of ivy. laureate and ornamented at side with a star AMAZTPIE. wt. VII] . the hair blown back BAZIAEftZ. fine although the field has suffered somewhat by and over cleaning. M Stater. linear border Cotys.. to left drinking. below KY=420... crescent Stag and star. linear border Bare head of Tiberius to right. very fine and [PI.C. B. in field. N Stater. wt. Bare head of Augustus to right. to right HZ=208.d. and behind grs. to right BAZIAEHZ MI0PAAATOY. 470 Mithradates ty IV. 476 Amastris. with monogram below. KOTYOC 119| grs. VII] PAPHLAGONIA. in field a rose. 122| very fine and rare 1 [PL VII] 474 Cotys 9> I.62 KINGS OF PONTUS AND BOSPORUS. and in field right. 475 Cotys 9> a. wt. EYIIATOPOZ. N Stater. Head of Mithradates Eupator diademed to right $ BAZIAEHZ. of king to right. head monogram of Khescuporis. browsing.QN. and under legend 0=9th month. B.C. Laureate head of Claudius to right. the whole within ivy wreath. 249 grs.. front a star grams. $t a.. 260 grs.. in very fine condition and of very fine style 1 473 Rhescuporis. the Great. wt. in beneath throne. 46-78. very rare [PI. MI0PAAATOY. N Stater.d.. 302. monograms and the date |"KZ=223. Portrait of king of bold style in high relief. 121-63. a. rare Laureate bust of Nero draped to right. Zeus Aetophoros seated. the Great. B. 260 grs. 1 Diademed and draped bust Bare bust of Hadrian very fine to right of Cotys II laureate to right. wt. 250-190. in field star Pegasos and crescent. Head of Mithras in Persian head dress. VII] Diademed head 1 471 Mithradates 9> VI. BACIAewC. fine and very [PI.C.

. p. fine. fine and Datames. R 482 Drachm. countermarked with circular indent containing full-faced bust left.C.. 1 . 7. [-A]ATA[M].C. in R> Mill sail incuse. B.C. I. front V. 52| grs. Head it has been read " Abdsasan " . in front the circa B.. M Tetradrachm.. Sea Eagle on dolphin to of Sinope to left. Head of Satrap.63 477 Oomna. head laureate to 9> KPX2MNA-. Bearded to left. circa B.C. fine of eagle's head 1 9> Quadripartite incuse square. by MM. M Drachm.C.C. M scarce 1 Sinope. Eagle's head to left . 483 Calchedon. earring. wearing earring. Degenerate type grs. the alternate divisions deeper and with pellet in each. chisel cut. very fine 481 Sinope.C. fine 69^ grs.) Mill sail incuse. and grs. below B. 69| Head grs. behind ZI-NX2-. BITHYNIA.. id. 480-430. wt. B.. M Tetrobol. in field ATPEXI.. wearing necklace Zl NXX. countermark. 290-250 (?).N. Name of Satrap in Aramaic. 95*5 Sinope. Abrocomas. Chron. ^R Didrachm. aplustre. very fine 1 478 Sinope. hair in sphendone. 95| and 95 grs. Bull to left. hair in sphendone. M Drachm. 9> QuadSinope. 333-306. necklace above Lf.. to right Head & left.C. the surface covered wt. but it does not go through the coin. ripartite incuse square (one 2 in one division of R). Th. has dolphin under head of eagle and A." see Num. very 1 and very rare *#* Bab. Sea eagle on dolphin. B. 94^ and rare 479 (2).. 9> Poseidon seated. ix.. V. 360-330. Bull with small dots. M Drachm. Waddington and Six " Abdemon " j and by M. both fine and scarce M Drachms 480 Sinope. Reinach . of Helios radiate. of Amazon turreted Stephanos. 1893.. KAAX. wt. 1 very fine and rare [PI. wt.. N. grs. Head and and scarce B. X2. to left.C.. pi. hair in sphendone and wearing earring to left Sinope.. 87 grs. the surface covered with small dots. holding dolphin and trident. B. KAAX. 20. 232 very fine and rare BKD. head of Zeus.. VII] 484 Calchedon. n. wt. in front R. having between radiations Z. of Sinope wearing earring and necklace. in front aplustre. in front N-. 233| grs. Satrap. 480-430. " Abdammu" or " Abdammon. 93 grs. 368. wt. Turreted head of Sinope to B. B. Sea eagle on dolphin to left. 400. 330-300. who identifies it with the Abrocomas of Xenophon and Isocrates by Dr. wt. 2 wt. wt. front ]jl 400. X2. E.. left circa B. in (mon. ^l Tetradrachm.

VII] field two 1 *** From Cius. 488 213 grs. 338-306.. wt. M Drachms grs. B. Apollon seated on omphalos holding in outstretched right wt. 350-280. KAAX. AIONYZIOY. piece. fine 1 and rare [PI. magistrate HTEZTPATOZ. 228-180. erecting trophy. rare [PI. M Stater. the beard is more fully grown than on preceding piece. standing to head of Prusias I to right BAZIAEI2Z. Herakles erecting trophy. and the portrait at a more advanced period of life 228-180. 77| grs. and crowned with corn left KAAX. corn to B. very fine 1 and very rare . young Dionysos crowned with over arm. wt.... 338-306. B. nPOYZIOY. (2).c. as on preceding 1 . wt. 245 grs.C.. 347-338. Head to right Demeter.31 491 Dionysius V° alone..C. Head B. Head of young Dionysos crowned with ivy to AIONYZIOY. 486 Calchedon. 9> Incuse square divided into four parts covered with small dots. Bearded and diademed head of Prusias I. of M Drachm. as on preceding.. 260 grs. left. and rare of Dionysius 9> alone. B. style in the spaces of a wheel of four spokes. very fine and rare 1 492 Prusias V° I. semi-draped. hair KAAX. VII] Bearded male head to wt.C. 58 grs.. fine hand rests upon his knee. wt.. 1 493 Prusias I. ivy. 330-300. Bearded and diademed Zeus. left Drachm. Apollo laureate to right wt. hand an arrow. Head young Dionysos crowned with piece. very fine and A very rare [PL VII] b. the monograms.C. 280-270 M Tetradrachm. £ 489 Prow and to left... Zeus standing as on preceding fulmen and two monograms in field. Bull on ear of left.64 485 Calchedon. the other monogram only . B. JR Tetradrachm. in and very rare [PI.. wt. left.C... short V° B. Head of ivy. wt. veiled 9> circa B. 2 ot 487 Calchedon. holding in right hand. M V° BAZIAEHZ. thyrsus at shoulder & TIMO0EOY. very fine 1 VII] Timotheus and Dionysius. in field hand a wreath and resting on sceptre held in fulmen T. 58 very fine ?. M Drachm. one has caduceus in front and monogram.C. M Stater. left nPOYZlOY. Herakles erecting trophy. 74| grs.C.C. and I. 143 grs.. thyrsus at shoulder [A]IONYZIOY.. 148| 490 Herakles fine with lion's skin 1 grs. the Photiades collection. 400. Tetradrachm.

wt. very 1 * References to "The Electrum Coinage of Cyzicus. pi. II. standing to holding in right hand a wreath and resting on sceptre held in field. left. N KOMHAOY. Head of Pallas in close-fitting crested helmet left grs.C. 250| grs. nPOYZIOY. El. I. mon. wt. pi. wt.=162. very 1 and rare [PL VII] Female head (Pallas ?). Zeus. and date BZP. Helios naked. 23). very 1 fine and very rare II.c. wt. EnWANOYX. left hand. M Tetradrachm. . VII] and horses 498 Cyzicus.. semi-draped. B.A. fine wt. nPOYZIOY. Rollin and Feuardent.* 497 Cyzlcus. ML.R. MYSIA. VII] 1 495 Prusias head diadem winged & BAZIAEHZ. El. in eagle on fulmen. F. 499 Cyzicus. (Greenwell. below tunny to right 9> Incuse of mill-sail pattern. beneath tunny to right El.A. Stater. in field eagle on fulmen. pi.65 494 Prusias 9> II. of Archaic style to left. the one top. 1 very fine and rare [PI." by the M. Zeus standing. wt.. (Greenwell. below monogram. in field eagle on fulmen. 2).S.. fy Incuse of mill-sail pattern. the 496 Nicomedes II. pi. Paris. The omphalos with fillets suspended from the an eagle standing with closed wings. kneeling right arrest- ing with outstretched arms two directions. (Greenwell. El.S. F. fine prancing in opposite 247 grs. D. 235 grs. Greenwell. 180-149.C. fine 41 (Greenwell. . and rare . and represented by dots . B. 246| grs. very fine and rare [PI.. radiate. mon. the hair behind hanging in a square mass. London Rev. 9> Incuse square of mill-sail pattern. Hecte. below. 24). & W. Beardless diademed of Prusias II to right. very fine *** From the Yorke Moore Collection. on each side facing the other. b. I. n. Stater. wearing a plain Corinthian helmet. the BAXIAEHZ. 246^ grs. 1887. with cheek piece below tunny to wt. 149-91. 180-149. 247| grs.. Diademed head of king to right 9>BAZIAEf2Z.L. I Zeus stand1 holding spear and wreath. behind tunny downwards 9> Incuse square divided into four parts. Stater. as on preceding piece. M Tetradrachm. Beardless diademed diadem winged head of Prusias II to right. M Tetradrachm. ing. 4). 1 500 Cyzicus.C..

8). 32). mouth closed. wt. VII] and 1 502 Cyzicus. pi. (Greenwell. very fine and very rare [PL VII] 1 . Cyzicus. (Greenwell. unpublished 512 Cyzicus. wearing earring. (Gi-eenwell. pi. pi. 33). left 9> Incuse square. Tunny to right. VI. Cyzicus. necklace and stephane. Hecte. 23). unpublished 1 510 Cyzicus. left . Stater. the ends flying in front. Stater. (Greenwell. behind tunny upwards Incuse of mill-sail pattern. above tail of fish. corn wreath. wt. 9. below tunny to Ill. El. (Greenwell. in mouth El. (Greenwell. Twelfth of Stater. iv. 29). wt. Twelfth of Stater. 246 grs. El. wt. holding tunny by the 9> Incuse. El. 42 grs. 505 Cyzicus. Winged tunny to 20 grs. fine 246| grs. tunny upwards 1 Jl Incuse. tunny $L Incuse. VII] Naked male tail 503 Cyzicus. wt. unpublished. Head of boar to right. 41| grs. wt. pi. unpublished. fine of Stater. v. Stater. 27). vi. 35). Twelfth of Stater. 8). v. pi. 508 Cyzicus. El. wt. very fine very 1 rare [PI. very fine 507 El. wt. 20 grs. below neck. 247-^ grs. very fine 1 and rare 506 [PL VII] El. 19f grs. one above the other... (Greenwell. right fore paw 1 9> Incuse. behind them tunny upwards. wt. 248 grs. Hecte. of Gorgon.66 501 Cyzicus. Twelfth of Stater. 250 grs. Stater. El.. very fine and very rare 513 Cyzicus. Two fish heads to left. Head of Cora to left. to left. IV. very fine 504 Cyziciis. pi. El. Dog standing left on tunny. mouth (?) 1 19f grs. with closed mouth and tail turned outwards $t Incuse of mill-sail pattern. wt. and behind. wt. 19f grs. pi. in his right hand 1 40^ grs. very 1 and scarce [PL VII] Head of lioness. V. very fine below tunny to left 9> Incuse square. Stater. holding 1 511 Cyzicus. left 1 509 Cyzicus. fine and rare right. type pi. raised Head of goat to left .. and veil wound round head. El. and very rare [PI. Head of tunny to an uncertain object in the 9> Incuse. holding tunny 1 9> Incuse. wt. Head Head of Gorgon. El. (Greenwell. Jjk El. a dot above and below fish heads 9> Incuse. El. Incuse. Twelfth below head of fish to 9> Incuse. Hecte. wt. figure kneeling on one knee to left. behind. Lion standing left on tunny.

veiled and Parium. (Babelon. the whole within wreath of oak. IV. below tunny to very fine and rare left. wearing Persian Stater. pi. VII] Tetradrachm. 9> Quadripartite incuse square. 235 grs. wt. oak wreath. 1 below a tunny to left. corn wreath and hair bound in veil KYI |. to left. 412-350. 500. Fore-part of a winged horse 1 in vine wreath. Lion's head to wt. fine and scarce 520 Lampsacus. wearing stephane. to right wearing £> KYI I . El..C. 200. &c. Satrap. B. fine and very rare [PI. in field KE. the lower limbs draped. a piece of %* p. B. head downwards. Tetradrachm.C. Head left. B. him. x.. fine style Bj B. 129| grs. fine winged horse to and scarce left 1 519 B. M struck at of vessel to left. necklace. pi. 239 grs.C. Bearded head Prow Cyzicus.. : . Num. [A]KTAIOY. 1). Bj Quadripartite incuse square. Female M $> [An]OAAniMOZ. the front in griffin. wearing earring.C. sakkos and wreath (of lotus ?) Bj Fore-part of winged horse within incuse square. 522 head. 400-300. 410. the left arm resting on lyre placed behind I]. wt.C. stephane. 9> B. ANAPOAIK — and the highest rarity.C. in exergue wt. 220^ 518 grs. F 2 Hist. quoting the specimen described in the Bompois catalogue.. 1 216 grs. tiara to right 9. wearing earring. right hand extended. the side on either side a dolphin... in field to right. circa B.). of exceedingly wt. 330-280. Female head (Apollonis 1). the whole within a circular incuse. seated left on omphalos. Stater.. above AT. 240| grs. 4>A[PN]ABA. 458. Head VII] of Zeus. . (mon.. very 1 fine and very rare [PI. (mon. monogram. 1 and relief.C.. N Stater. (?). where the compiler states that the piece in question was only the second known.C.. 1 M. 231 grs. Fore-part of winged horse within incuse square. after B.). crowned with corn B. of the highest rarity Lampsacus. Actaeos holding in right hand a patera over his left hand rests upon his lyre placed on omphalos. VII] 1 M 517 Pharnabazus. and below H. Cat. wt. 5).). Fore-part of a wt. and in field right 1 515 Cyzicus. M 89f grs. N Stater. 450-412. M Ehodian Stater. at neck fulmen 29 grs. FA. (mon. 412-350.67 514 Cyzicus. 150. wt. in good condition and very rare (B..KHIMI2N. of Cora to left. below H. figure of Apollo Semi-nude lighted altar. Head of Demeter. ^l Drachm Head of Cora to left.. kantharos. Stater. Lampsacus. corn wreath and veil wound round head & KY[I 516 Apollo. of Pharnabazus. Divided by flaming torch. wt. brilliant condition in 1 and very rare [PL 521 Lampsacus. Cyzicus. n API ANX1N. adorned with a form of swan's neck.C.

. pi. M Tetradrachm. very fine and 1 524 Attalus I.. below AnOAA04>ANOY. bunch of and A-.C. 262 grs.C. M Tetradrachm. II. 1 wt. ivy vi.METELLVS PIVS SCIPIO IMPER-.fine and very rare 1 TROAS. holding shield in front. M Tetradrachm. M Tetradrachm.C. Cistophorus. Pallas seated on rock crowning name. with bow and quiver at her shoulder ABYAHN. bunch of grapes and TA. 200 and Ariadne) 9> or later. wt. O not so well preserved . the whole within wreath. leaf in field. 264 grs. M Tetradrachm. the whole within wreath. Janiform head (Dionysos 1 Double axe . to left. Cat. <l>IAETAIPOY.C. 177^ grs. grapes TENEAII2N. Diademed head of Pallas King to right (in front). figure of Corybas to left... and Ariadne) Double axe . in XAP- enthroned crowning name. wt. in front and star.QN. 247 grs. Janiform head (Dionysos . infield a palm branch. wt. M field Tetradrachm. Two coiled serpents with heads erect. very fine 1 525 Eumenes the 9> B. very fine 1 526 Attalus B.). in field II. 523 Eumenes King J£> I.. wreath . a 530 Tenedos.. Diademed head of the to right 4>IAETAIPOY. {mm. M. her shield and bow. Diademed head of the King 9> to right <MAETAIPOY. Eagle with spread wings to right. B. very fine and rare [PL VII] B. xxvi.. 258 grs.. 200-135. 263-241.). wt.. Cista mystica. 241-197. b.C. to right. M Tetradrachm. behind shield of grapes bunch and A... {mon... (in field to left) Q. behind <|>. B. within wreath of ivy $nE. §). and bow behind king's name. JR Tetradrachm. very fine and rare [PI..c. {B. 1 529 Tenedos. wt. 9= 200 or later.. &c. wt. B. 259 grs. b. Pallas enthroned crowning name. 197-159. 528 Abydos. VII] TENEAII2N. P> very fine. between them legionary eagle. 159-138. scarce Pallas enthroned.c 196 Vo (?). and bow. very fine 1 527 Pergamum.C. 262 grs. 252| grs.. to right. behind shield and bow.68 KINGS OF PERGAMUM. Bust of Artemis.. Diademed head of the King |jk to right <MAETAIPOY.

at his feet omphalos and amphora. very fine 2 535 Methymna.. Head of Kyme to right. the whole within dotted and linear square [MA]®VMNAIO[Z].. Boar to right. xlix. Statue of Apollo Gryneus. M. M Stater. Head of Pallas. raised square. 5k 400-300. 221 grs. wearing helmet. Head of Pallas. wt. grs. face to face. of Archaic style. 130 grs. ^ Stater.. in centre a lyre on 1 very fine and very rare [PL VII] 538 Mytilene. the whole within a wreath.69 AEOLiS. of fine style. the side ornamented with a £> scroll. 171 grs. [PL VII] circa B. 197.. standing with lustral MYPINAIflN.C.. Potin Staters Small incuse square.C... very fine and rare 1 Stater.. of Archaic style. M Tetradrachm. 233 grs. Laureate head of Apollo to MYPINAII2N. 534 Lesbos. wt. diademed KYMAII2N. within dotted and linear square. 500. in field one- handled vase. M grs.C. (a) Gorgon calves' (b) Two heads. 9> circa B. Guide.C. 531 Cyme.. very fine 1 537 Methymna. laureate to right MY T. 130^ b.. B. fine 1 LESBOS. 190. M Tetradrachm. 100 B. all within linear square.part of Pegasos. I. Boar to right.. branch and patera. head...j Lyre with palm tree to left. 249| grs. in incuse 9> M A©VM N AIOZ-. with an olive tree between them. around incuse square.C. JR Stater. wt.. circa Jji end of Fifth century B. wt. Head of Pallas. Head 533 Myrina. the whole within wreath. fine and scarce (B. very fine. 9^ 400-387. in exergue KAAAIAZ. right 9> M Tetradrachm. wt. 9> of Apollo laureate to right Statue of Apollo Gryneus. behind KA. 536 Methymna. fy Small incuse square. wt. with lustral branch and patera. 237 grs.C. . apiece of high rarity [PL VII] . MA®VMNAIOZ. circa B. 197. wt. wearing helmet. very fine [PI.C. Horse with off-side fore-leg raised. 500. at his feet omphalos and amphora. 14) 532 Mypina.. the side ornamented with a scroll. VII] 1 B. the front adorned with projecting fore.). (mm. standing. with plain crest. very fine (2). Head of Apollo.c. of early fine style. 1 -wt 171 grs. with plain crest and simple projection in front. 1 wt. the helmet adorned with crescent and volute ornament MAOYMNAION.

M. above. Cat. pi. 24. xxxi. 1895. Aeolis and Lesbos" W. pi.* (Weight averaging about 40 grs. .c. Warwick Wroth. xxxi. 1 B. 1 B. with open mouth to right R Cock's head. Cat References to Catalogue of the British Esq. xxxi.. very fine [PL VII] 1 B. M. 543 Head of lion. 541 Fore-part of calf to left 9> Lion's head. very fine [PL VII] 1 B. M. . the hair rolled at side. cock feeding 9> Lion's head to left. incuse. pi. 540 Fore-part of winged boar to right fy Lion's head. b. Museum Troas. 542 Eam's head to right. all within 1 incuse square. in incuse square. Cat. incuse to left. M. with pointed beard. 11.. fine [PL VIII] 1 Compare 546 obv. very fine and turned up at back 1 head [PL VIII] " Not * by in B. xxxi. Cat. M. M. pi.c. with open jaws. B. hair short and bound with taenia $> Aged male head. pi. very fine [PL VII] 8. ELECTRUM COINAGE OF MYTILENE. Cat. xxxn. 544 Head 9> of bearded Two with pointed ear rams' heads facing one another satyr. pi. M. very fine [PL VII] 10. very fine [PL VII] 1 B. 545 Cat. B.. 7 var. incuse to left. [PL VTII] xxxn. 440-350.M. 25. Female head 9> Lion's to right. pi. below. very fine B. LESBOS. LOT 539 Fore-part of winged boar to right 9> Lion's head. Cat. palmette. Youthful male head to right. xxxi. 13. incuse..70 FIFTH DAY'S SALE. Cat. 480-440.. incuse to right.) HecTjE.

pi. Cat. pi. xxxiv. in triple-crested helmet. in linear square. pi. to right 554 Head of young Dionysos. very fine [PL VIII] 1 B. xxxiii. pi. Cat.M.. with bunches of grapes in hair Lion devouring prey. ivy crowned. 2. in linear square. wearing round earring and wreath of corn #> Bull butting left. 1 xxxiii. to right 9) Youthful head. M. xxxiii. very fine [PL VIII] B. 5.71 547 Head 9> of Apollo to right in linear square. Cat. wearing plain fillet and projecting horn. in linear square. xxxiii. pi. 14. xxxiii. 1 M. 549 Head of Demeter. without linear square. hair rolled at back. Cat. 556 Head 9> of Apollo laureate to right. wearing kausia. Cat. pi. Cat. 548 Head $£> Sappho (?) hair in sphendone 1 Lyre in linear square. VIII] 1 M. M. Cat. in linear square. 557 Head of Pallas in close fitting crested helmet Ijk Owl in linear square. very fine [PL VIII] B. $1 Youthful head. Female head wearing sphendone very fine behind head coiled serpent to right. very fine [PL VIII] Similar to pi. cord passing under chin l?k Leopard in linear square. xxxiii. 25. very fine [PL VIII] B. xxxiv. earring with three pendants. Cat. M. pi. to Une right. 1 . in 1 B. xxxiii. 3. very fine Lyre of [PL VIII] 4. 20. 11. 555 Laureate head of Apollo to right $> Female head. 552 Head 9> of Pallas nearly facing. crowned with wreath of ivy leaves. 1 B. very fine the kausia slung at back of neck. very 1 [PL VIII] B. 9. and necklace. very fine [PL VIII] B. wearing earring hair. M. 17. 553 Female head wearing wreath. Male head with curly linear square. Cat.. [PL VIII] M. pi. 551 Youthful male head. M. M. very fine [PL B. 550 Head $> of Ariadne (?) wearing veil and diadem. 10. xxxiii. xxxiv. in linear 1 square. pi. pi. wearing sphendone. Cat. 1 [PL VIII] B.

very fine Ephesus. very fine M. 30.. 15 grs. 1) Cat. and XAPOniNOZ. Cat. wt 29 J grs. very fine [PL VIII] 1 M. 232 grs. M Didrachms VTII] (2). ZHNHZ. wearing earring and wreath of corn Tripod with pendant fillet. B. 5 564 Ephesus. JR Drachm.. 3 wt 64 565 9> grs.. Diobol. wt 52| grs. B. MINNOZ. Drachm. circa 6th century B. p.. A bee B. 202-48. 561 Female bust (Atalanta hair blown back 9> partially draped. a bee. M.. Tripod. $> Stag to right. grs. Drachm. M Didrachm. M. E. wt... VIII] of 1 B. magistrate. magistrates.. behind it a palm tree. border Head of E— of dots .C. and 20f grs. Bow and quiver. pi. fine 566 Ephesus. Bee. xxxiv. MNEZIO- nYOEOZ. B. veiled. 83 grs. magistrate. 9> Incuse JR Third of Tetradrachm.. 54 grs. Lyre. wt.C. pi. magistrate. KAEOAE.. magistrate. in linear square. 387-300. Lyre. in field a bee. xxxiv. Tfc E<I>E. 9> Swan.. wt 50| 295-281. weighing respectively 107^ grs.C. xxxiv. in above the 4>.. which appears to be unpublished. M Hemidrachms (2).. 0PAZYAAOZ. KONNIUN. (Head's coinage of Ephesus.. $> KOAO<l>I2. 559 Head of Asklepios laureate to right 9> Head of serpent in linear square.. 28. fine [PL VIII] B. magistrate's name. Head of Apollo as on preceding very fine.. 563 Clazomene.C. Forepart of winged boar to right... pi.C. Ammon 22. grs. M square quartered. TPYAIZ. and scarce [PI. — Artemis. magistrates 300. Head of Apollo $ [KO]AO<l>[H]. $k Incuse all fine 3 of Phoenician standard. 1 560 Head 9> Demeter. Drachm and Half Drachm. 562 Clazomene. grs.. 23^ $t> Klarios to left.-4>.. 500-394. very fine [PI. the Eace torch in linear square. E <!>. and 30f grs. 25. 258-202. B. Head of Apollo and nearly facing. square. before palm tree. 1 Bust of Greek Artemis field Forepart of stag looking back. pi. fine. Hemidrachm. «i 2 100 and 95| fine . and wearing sphendone. B. Head of Apollo Klarios to left. in linear square. Forepart of stag with head turned back. with the horn of B. 394-295. B.C. 4>. <!>. . VIII] 1 IONIA..C. and rare [PI. to right 9> E. ^l Tetradrachm. fine. to right 9> Eagle looking back. Cat. 34). Cat.C. xxxiv. Colophon. wt.72 558 Youthful male head. Bee. : AAEAZ-. B.

C. very fine of youthful 569 Erythrae. in field PE. 190. Miletus. 130 grs. 190. is the the second speci- 573 2 25£ and 23 grs.-<>. with bow and quiver at shoulder a fillet hanging from Cultus-image of the Ephesian Artemis. M Tetradrachm.. wt. very fine El. and rare [PL 572 Magnesia ad Maeandrum. is wt.. Club and bow in case.. magistrate.. Pegasos.. magistrate. expanded flower. very fine. fine wt. Club in oak wreath. B. Sixth of Stater. which of the 1 PRESUMED TO BE UNPUBLISHED [PL VIII] . 73 grs. 9> Oblong incuse roughly divided into two parts. 248| grs. and two monograms. 570 Heraclea ad Latmum. helmet richly ornamented. Pegasos to right.C. above. Horseman. . 9> EPY0. . 190. mseander pattern.C. the whole 1 (2). 57^ grs. fore paw raised. Hemihecton. HIGHEST RARITY. fine and excessively rare [PL VIII] before circa B. very fine and very rare 1 [PL VIII] 575 Miletus.). Head of lion with open jaws to B. laureate to right & MIAHSII2N. name of Lion looking back. horses. grs. N Stater. VIII] cloak. to right.. (retrowithin incuse square. 42£ grs. R EPY.. 242| grs. Bust of Greek Artemis. Lion of very archaic style Miletus. symbol. .. pileus . grade). 700-494. 1 each hand. M Didrachm. magistrate's name. M Hemidrachms NEANAPOZ.C. B.C. Lion's head with open jaws to right . wt. wt. Naked horseman 1 prancing to right $. & MArNHTHN.C... head looking back 9- Square incuse roughly divided. Head of with forepart of Pallas. M Tetradrachm. wt.C. in laurel wreath. wt. fine B. magistrate whole within circular border of mseander pattern MATN-. on very fine b.C.C. M Drachm. 108 grs. wt. the whole very fine 2 B. 330-300.. wearing M Tetradrachm. wearing short 350-300... £> E. Head of Artemis to right after circa B. Trite. wreath. 9> Incuse. 574 2 17| grs. 700-494. . wt. with couched lance to right $> Bull butting to left. Head of Apollo star. right . IIAYZANIOY.73 567 Ephesus. 87-84. lion's B. El. after circa B. Nike with wt. 480. as on contemporary coins of Athens 9> HPAKAEI2TI2N.. IS this tetradrachm. OYAIAAHZ. Quadripartite incuse square. Apollo beside tripod. men without magistrate's name. &c. wt.. AZTYNOYX-. Head Herakles in field skin. 21 1 grs.c. fine and very rare 1 571 [PL VIII] Magnesia ad Maeandrum.. 256 nAYZANIAZ. 568 Erythrae. 450-400. Quarter Drachm.. and a in tripod.. above and in the exergue (mon.

El. v. 1 586 Smyrna. pi. in exergue AI"10AAO<l>ANHZ. wt. 540-400. b.C. Athenian helmet.. Female head. very fine [PI. B. fine B. Hecte.. Cat. 500-400. B. 190-133. magistrate's name in front. Head of Kybele wearing a turreted crown IMYP-NAIX2N. seal behind 1 £> Incuse. beneath. wt. M. seated to right. Hecte. the whole within a wreath. fine and very rare 1 [PI. Hecte. El. Cat. the side adorned with recumbent griffin. Lion to right. Archaic head of Pallas in plain helmet. {Ionia). 26) 579 Phocaea.C. Head of young Dionysos wearing 1 ivy wreath. wearing necklace. below.C. El. 39| grs. 40 grs. V° b. VIII] 587 Teos. wt. Incuse.. hair long and indicated by dots. VIII] 1 577 Phocaea. 500-400. wt. M.C. fine (B. the whole within a wreath. 190-133. B.74 576 Phocaea. Hecte. 190-133. seal B> Incuse. Head of Athena in crested Corinthian helmet. TH. pi. very fine El. club at 9> Incuse. Head of Kybele wearing turreted crown £ IMYP-NAIUN. B. wt. wt. 39| grs. seal 9> Incuse.. (Ionia). behind him transverse staff. AflOAAflNOZ. Hecte. M VIII] Tetradrachm.. fine 585 Smyrna. seal Incuse. 578 Phocaea. wt. 39^ grs. wt. El.. his left hand holds scroll on knees. Cat. fine (B. circa 6th century. 39 grs. Head of Kybele to right. Head of griffin to left. seal Athena. iv. with rounded wing. 500-400. 3) 1 581 Phocaea. (Ionia). v.. fine (B. pi. Head of in crested & 580 (B. beneath. Cat.c. monogram. wt. below.C. wt.. Hecte. Homer wearing himation. below. fine and rare 1 .c. wearing turreted crown 9> XMPYNAIflN. 60 grs.. Head of Omphale to left wearing lion's skin. 500-400.C. shoulder 39£ grs. 2) 1 Phocaea. 1 583 Smyrna.C. 174f grs. 500-400. Head seated left of Apollo laureate IMYPNAII2N-.. v.. behind head seal R> Incuse square. M Tetradrachm. 1 251 grs.. M Drachm. 9> M Tetradrachm. Hecte. Griffin.C. 236 grs. wt. El. 190-133. monogram.. El. forepaw raised 9> Quadripartite incuse square. M. the off side forepaw raised. wt. M Stater. #> B. grs. 12) 1 582 Phocaea. hair in saccos and wearing ivy wreath... (Ionia).C.. fine B.. 39| B. 584 Smyrna. B. right hand raised to his chin. beneath. very fine and rare [PI. pi. 500-400. very fine the whole within wreath. 1 230 grs. M..

216 and very rare 1 VIII] circa B. he holds bow M in left hand. 594 Alabanda. B. wt. Satrap at Ephesus. B. M Didrachms 122 (2). Pegasos galloping. 334. very fine and scarce PI H AANOZ. 9> B. fine and very rare . and very rare [PI. wt. 232 grs. left. VIII].c. magistrate's HTHZIANAZ. *** From the Carfrae 592 collection. 600-490. 1 252 grs.... quiver (?). very fine and very rare 1 ISLANDS OF IONIA. 20 1| grs. Forepart of bull to right.. Stater. 9> and spear in right Granulated incuse of irregular form with curious design in relief. 589 Chios to 9> (?). 17.. 412-350. drachm. AHMHTPIOZ. VIII] CARIA. 18). B. an amphora 9> Quadripartite incuse square.. wt. 590 Chios. " Les Perses Achdmenides &c. monogram." tot. grs. 246 grs.. in front. the whole within incuse square. pi. name.. magistrate's Pegasos galloping to right. name.C. ^R Tetradrachm. 1 591 Chios..C.C. under the name of Antiochia. Lion's scalp facing 439-394. below. $> B.C. [PI. 228 and below monogram in grs. Sphinx to left.. IX... Memnon. and scarce Lion's scalp facing |~. Z A.. Darius III kneeling to right. below. and very fine in exergue. El. to left. holding flower in raised incuse square. on one of which the name of the magistate 1 wt. Sphinx with rounded wing seated grs. and behind an olive 1° branch.. a pointed amphora Incuse square divided by two broad bands. very fine and 1 scarce [PI. M Tetradrachm. 600-490.C. wearing Persian tiara and candys. with branch of olive behind. V° circa B.C. {Bab. Tetradrachm. 1 595 Alabanda. border of dots AAABANAEHN.75 SATRAPAL COINAGE 588 IN IONIA. $t> B. Sphinx seated to left. circle. above. Samos. 494-439. VIII] 280-260. M Tetradrachm. 206 grs. fine 593 Samos. 280-260. Head of Apollo laureate to left 9> M Tetra- ANTIOXE[IlN].C.. Forepart of bull to right. wt. JR Tetradrachm. wt. paw very fine Eough [PI. ZA. in front. Head of Apollo laureate to right. in front wt.

. . Pegasos to left. wt. KAI. wearing earring and necklace. very fine and very rare [PI. jR Tetradrachm. right. APTEMIAOPOZ. 49 grs. wt.. walking to right. (a) Forepart of lion to right . Nike with palm &c. [nAniOY.C. to right . in incuse square. 230 grs. TABHNX2N. VIII] 600 Cnidus. 200 and later. 200. (Hist. Artemis Ephesia facing between crescent and star. scarce Cnidus. ft Head of Aphrodite. M Drachm. both fine b. (b) Forepart of lion to right .. Bust of Pallas to right. hair grs... 600-480. APTEMHN. spear MAYZZX1AA[0]-. Forepart of lion to right. Eagle on fulmen. 225 head grs. wt. to right behind. Head of Aphrodite Euploia to right. 412-330.C. nearly facing Zeus Stratios or Labraundeus armed with and bipennis.. ft TABHNtUN. of very fine style. ?]nOAOAOTOZ. the second specimen reads on nAAPAZEHN.. KAI. behind.. earring and necklace. ft riAAPAZEHN. magistrate's name. B. wt. 1 ••MArOPAZ. .] to right.MEAI2N. b. Drachms (2). ft 412-330. wearing diadem.. Head of Aphrodite Euploia to right. fig. 227^ grs. 601 wt. scarce 3 SATRAPS OF CARIA.. .. and varying very considerably in treatment from the preceding ft KNI.. Head of bearded Herakles. 49 and 48 grs.. circa b. wt.. 412-330. M Tetradrachm. 598 grs.c.. B.. 603 Mausolus. 95 both very fine 2 599 Cnidus.AAAI<I>PI2N.. on the third example the outer legend is wanting. to right. M 602 Taba. the 51 magistrate's names 3 XPYZI n nOZ. 29 grs. 280-260. M Tetradrachm. wt. bare. veiled. magistrates' names AITOKPATHEZ. AP. has lion's 1 to left) [PI. prow ft KNI. ft [A wt.C.C. Head Aphrodisias M of Aphrodite. wt.. ft Head 95^ grs.. fine MENANAPOY.. 54* grs.c. ZHrinN(?). JR Drachm. Forepart of lion. the whole in incuse square. wt. very fine and very rare (the specimen in B... 53| grs. of Aphrodite of archaic style to right. 597 [A]NTlOXE[ON]. B. 377-353.. O very fine. magistrate . ft B. ft APTEMflN. wt. and . VIII] Cnidus. M. wt.76 596 Alabanda.TEAEAZ. Head of Apollo laureate. B. XPYZI n nOY.. below. JR Drachms in sakkos. Forepart of lion to right. Num.. A<t>PO" AEIZIEHN. A<t>POAEIZEII2N. Drachms (3). (2). A-. although the piece is of somewhat small module 1 . 310). magistrate's name apparently ending 1 . well preserved and very rare and Plarasa.c.C. Head of Venus Euploia to KNI.. 60| grs.. under the name Head of Apollo to left ft • of Antiochia. Hemidrachms (2).

M Didrachm. behind him the prize tripod 9> Crab in shallow incuse square within dotted border. laureate. 1 609 Cos. ISLANDS OFF CARIA. in crested helmet. M dotted and linear square #> Two wt. N Hemiobol. the larger one irregularly divided. but he very 1 carries a trefoil-headed sceptre instead of spear. as on preceding piece of Mausolus. 1 M Stater. Kill ON. Zeus wt.. fine and scarce 612 wt. 99| grs. Stater. JR Tetradrachm. 341-335. M Tetradrachm.C.C.C. 610 Cos. M Didrachm. and rare 300-200.. 110£ grs.. opposite directions . to #> P- |. M Tetradrachm. 608 Poseidion Carpathi.C. grs. 1 611 Cos. and below a bow in 219| case.. wt. 1 22 grs.C. B. Crab.. in lion's skin. Zeus Stratios similar to preceding coins. 252 fine grs. Naked Athlete pre- paring to hurl the discus. very 1 whole within incuse square with dotted border. Stratios. Head of Apollo. fine (legend double struck) [PI. very fine and very rare [PI. 191 and rare 480-400. laureate. VIII] Head of Apollo.. with two 207 grs.. B. to niZn[A]. very fine and very rare [PI. the grs. B. very 1 and scarce B. very fine and rare lines. 607 Calymna. 226 grs. the whole within square incuse with dotted border. Head of Apollo. with cheek pieces [K]AAYMNION M fine Lyre within dotted square. oblong depressions divided by a broad band.. very fine and 1 . VIII] 1 606 Pixodarus. right £> B.C. to right $ KI2ION— riMUZIAIKOZ. Two dolphins in a smaller dolphin. nearly facing niZHAAPOY. 9> circa 550 B. wt. Head of young Herakles. 1 Two fine incuse squares. VIII] 605 Pixodarus. 550-450. 9> circa B.. scarce Crab. #> 341-335. 341-335. 300-200. Crab grs.. id. 5£ B. Labrys. left B.. Head of young Herakles in lion's skin to right $ KHION -TIMOAYKOZ. Cos.77 604 Pixodarus. 350-335..C..C. Young head wt. and bow in case. laureate. wt.. wt. the whole within a below.C. AT Diobol.

C.. Num. N 315). B. very fine and rare.. JR Stater. B. in within shallow incuse square. M Tetradrachm. and grapes. surrounded by rays POAION.. Head right. Head Rhodes.. 1 622 Lydia. 41 grs. 123| grs. 104^ and 1 618 Rhodes. and scarce 500-408. wt. in the field E. Stater (Babylonic standard). 213| 1 616 Rhodes. the whole very fine and rare 1 617 VIII] Rhodes. 621 Lyd ia.. of grs. and of IN THE to right. 500. wt. in exergue. Pallas Nicephoros enthroned.C. type of Lysimachus. 9> B. JR Tetradrachm.C. AMEI1 N 619 I AT. . 304-168. very 1 . a rose with bud to and prow to left. wt..divided by rose with bud. temp. oblong incuse depressions. circa b. trident. VIII] Third of Stater. fig. Head of Helios. separated by a broad band. wt.. very fine and very rare [PI. 163| grs. 174£ grs. Lion's head. VIII] 1 LYDIA. very fine and scarce [PI. Foreparts of a lion and bull facing one another B> Oblong incuse divided into two parts. JR Didrachm. of 9- AYZIMAXOY. open jaws to right Two grs. roughly divided into rare two parts. 304-168.. [PI. Fig leaf with K. <|>. very fine B. 230 facing. with wt. and very rare [PI. VIII] 400-304. above. 189-168. (Hist. and rose. the Rhodian magistrate's name. Foreparts of lion Oblong fine and incuse. Croesus P B. wt.. 94| grs. ANTAIOZ. the only other specimen known is 1 DE LUYNES B.. below $L Two oblong incuse depressions. wt. very fine and rare B. separated by a broad band. 500. wt. COLLECTION [PI. infield to left. 9> B. and bull facing one another 9> 568-554. Lindus Rhodi. the deified Alexander with horn of Ammon circa B. 206 grs. APIZTOBOYAOZ.C.C. of Helios nearly facing. Rose with bud to right.. VIII] AT Stater. fine very rare fine style. N radiate. apparently unpublished 1 614 615 Camirus Rhodi.. wt.C. M Tetradrachm. in extremely fine condition the highest rarity .c. the whole within shallow incuse square. nearly very fine bold style 9> POAION-. of field.C. Head of Helios. Fig very fine leaf 1 $k Incuse square.C. wt. left grs. 568-554. 620 Rhodes. 9 nearly facing P-O. 400-304.C. similar to the preceding. 132 grs.78 613 Camirus Rhodi. N Stater (Euboic standard).. JR Hemistater.

circa B.. ^l Stater. (to left). 1 bow case. 21 var. 626 193 Apameia. magistrate's wt. 480-450. 9> xi.. respectively.. x. fine AE. Cista mystica from which issues a serpent the whole within 100-50. and and rare below. Two case. (to left).. wts. 625 Apameia. Foreparts of lion and bull facing one another 9> Oblong incuse square roughly divided into two parts. and 193 grs.C. and eagle to right. B. 1 and scarce les Satrapes et lesDynastes tributaires de Phdnice par M. very fine IMP. Cistophorus.). M Tetradrachm. fine 2 624 Tetradrachms (2). (B.. HPA. 568-554. wt. B. Forepart of wild ? on shoulder traces of its letters PV- Square incuse and by sizes.pl. B. y shaped divisions cruciformly 1 146| grs. vn).C. 100-48. wL 180 1 DYNASTS OF 627 LYCIA. Conservateur du Departement des Midailles et Antiques de la Bibliotheque Nationale. Two coiled serpents with heads erect. fine 628 Uncertain Dynast. and 82f grs.C. 14). scratching nose with fore paw (as on the coins of Methymna. grs. TIMXINIIS. very fine 629 Uncertain Dynast. between serpents. fine 143 grs. below. the whole within wreath of ivy M & TPAA. PVLCHER. Rollin & Feuardent. Paris and London. from which a serpent issues. side triangular punch marks of different 1 141 \ grs. Two serpents with heads &c. from which issues a serpent. Wild boar to right.* Uncertain Dynast.C. x. pi. (B. . name between heads grs. xxxvn. coiled serpents with heads erect.. of ivy JSk Cistophorus. between them bow 2 one specimen has the letters 197 grs..pl. M Stater and Hemistater of the Babylonic standard. them. 1 vol.79 623 Lydia. pi. dotted exergual line Tortoise in incuse square. Cista mystica with erect. crown ito. PHRYGIA. with half opened a wreath of ivy 9> Tetradrachm. half-opened lid. Ernest Babelon. Stater. circa b. boar to P> left. Forepart of wild boar bounding to right 51 Incuse square divided by four arranged.c. 1893. 55-54. 450-400. no.. (B.. lid. above.c. B. circa b. fine of AnOAAniMIOY. 157^ grs. 19). Cistophori.C. Cista mystica Tralles. wt. M All A. 530-480. the whole within a wreath An A. wt. * References to Les Perses Ache'me'nides et leur Empire Cypre . with dotted border. 536. with half opened lid. pi. M M Stater. wt..

very fine and rare 634 Pericles.c. over M Head of forehead a triple row of curls 9> *Sr .C. A— Y. 410. 11).. left. an ibis. 22 Drachm. very 1 incuse square with dotted border. laureate. (B. wt.. fine and scarce 3 M— Myra. 410. at her feet a doe looking up holding to her. pi. dite to left. Lyre with . Lion's left. JR EZTFEAIIYZ. the whole within wt. 450400.. the whole within shallow incuse with dotted border. Coinage.. in field. fine Triskelis to wt. in field 1 0. 636 Aspendus. 4).C. 190. with quiver at shoulder Artemis Pergaea standing to wreath and long sceptre. 1 and extremely rare. circular incuse. to left. M Stater. grs. JR Tetrobole. at sides . wt.C. . XV. 400-300. JR Tetradrachm.. JR AYKIX2N. pi. of a triskelis. wt. Lyre with palm branch to grs. scalp facing the whole within shallow 38 xv. wts. boar to 9= YP? Triskelis.. fine Federal Hemidrachm. (pierced). and 167 grs. triskelis. circa B. 222 grs. (B. xiii. circular countermarks on $1.. the hair bound. xTI > Jl > l > Tetraskelis to left.c. Head of Apollo to right fy K — P. 8). in field. M 22£ grs. the whole within circular 1 grs. . 3). wt.. 167-A. Two wrestlers engaged Slinger to right. the other example XO. Aphroand arranged in a chignon at back. 450-400.C. Triskelis to grs. with dotted border. 9= after B. 9> ^J/ circa b. 44| grs.'. left. 21). within the spaces shallow incuse. Head of the Greek Artemis. pi. very fine ivt. (for type compare B. Stater. circa b. one specimen has two B.. PAMPHYLIA. APTEMIA[OZ]. M 139 Stater. uraeus the whole within shallow incuse square.. the whole within shallow incuse square. 35 grs. #> Y. Wild and rare. xi.. fine and rare - 631 Spintaza of Telmissa. 380.80 630 Uncertain Dynast. the whole within incuse square . (B. M Hemidrachm. (B.C.. 43. xv. Lion's scalp left. 9>[P]^P-EK-A/N. presumably unpublished 632 Trebenimis..pl. right. Lion's scalp FnJ/ A. wt.c. Head of Apollo (countermarked). Cragus. circa b. pi. 145 circa B. very rare left.. 1 and scarce circa b. border of dots and triskelis terminating in cocks' heads. fine 2 Perga. 375-360.D. fine and rare 1 633 Ved 9> ? circa B. 9> Staters (2). 153 grs. on O.c. Wild boar walk- ing to right... wt. M Diobole. 635 Uncertain Dynast. the whole within incuse square with linear border. PEPrAIAZ. 168 637 grs. &TPB-B&IM-EME.

holding patera and long branch. IX] 400-300. fine and rare I a . prancing to right.. 3). Goat kneeling on one knee. in front. B.C.. 500-400. JR Stater. no. M Drachm. wt. JR Stater. grs. B. and 1 A El. the whole within incuse square (Hunter. crested Corinthian helmet to right $fc> Victory to left carrying wreath. 60 very fine and very 1 IX] CILICIA. 485-425. fine. 400-350. 644 Celendris.. lOf 2 circa B. wt. border of dots 400-350. to right. border of dots KEA-. in crested Corinthian helmet. pi.81 638 Side. standing to Jk Aramaic legend ? to right.grs. with dotted border. right and looking back. containing 161^ pyramidal stone with the and very rare [PL IX] letters V— I".. Goat kneeling on one . Apollo standing left before altar. 9. wt. of exceptionally good style and condition PISIDIA. the preceding. Female winged figure kneeling to us. Goat kneeling on one knee fine head reverted. Free horse to left. very similar to grs. JR Drachm. Naked horseman with whip. a pomegranate 400-300. in incuse square. wt. fine. 43£ grs.. B. laureate. to right. Head 159 B. Pallas. very fine and rare [PI. 643 Celendris.. wt. B. olive $k branch. wt.C. 161| to left. in front. P. 1 646 Mai JR Triobol.C. Head grs. head reverted. man.. and to left.C.C. fine and very rare 1 639 Side.. holding caduceus and wreath grs. with spear and of Victory with crown. grs. right.C. v. left.C. Pomegranate of Pallas to right. JR Stater. rare [PI.. Tetradrachm. 164^. holding caduceus and wreath (?) Jl Griffin to right. wt. B. R KE. Female winged figure kneeling on and looking back. pi. 1 640 Side. JR Stater. 9> after circa B. 485-425. Cornucopiae. left one knee to at sides. in field. 1 (Imhoof Choix. wt. and 1 nearly as 641 Side. +1O9. border of dots ZATAAAZXEflN. IX] 645 Mai I us. knee to 92 before circa B. wt. grs. shield. 260 grs..C. dotted exergual line... holding on right hand.C. 50 (1). pomegranate. B. xlix. 450. 190-36. 642 Sagalassus. Stater. figure right. of Zeus.C. 1 seated sideways. 179). grs. very fine [PI. fine 9> Incuse square. Head of Pallas wearing triple in field. $> Incuse square quartered. JR 165 ^R. M Obol. wt.

with hair in sphendone. pi. 425-385. 1 153 grs. Head of bearded Dionysos. Aphrodite enthroned. 165£ grs.C. fine and rare M 650 Nagidus.. in field crux ansata and shallow incuse. and crowned by flying Eros.. King Persian tiara. 11). 1 Num. 9> NATIAEXIN. fig. 385-333 or 9> later.. in field PY. (Hist. 400-380. 129| grs. AcMminides. winged.. Bunch of grapes. (B. wt. rare KINGS OF CILICIA. slung wearing from his shoulder is a quiver containing a second bow. resting on 1 thyrsos and holding vine branch. Satrapes. wt.. to right a locust wt. . Youthful male figure. B.C.C. half kneeling to left stringing his bow. Babelon. Ill. crowned with ivy & [N]ATI AIKON. References to E. wt.82 647 Mallus. Stater.C. the whole in 1 very fine and rare 648 Nagidus. 1 and rare les * see note. B. 450-385. very fine (chisel cut on $1 out does not go through the 1 coin) 652 Soli. page 79. Stater. B. owl on either side of grapes. 400-360. &c. very fine very rare [PL IX] *+* From 649 the Carfrae collection. 164 grs. holding with both hands disc with solar symbol 9> MAP. 380-333. rose and wt. border of dots in field a crescent. holding behind her. grs. kneeling on one knee to right. Head of Pallas in crested Corinthian helmet ZOAE12N. &c. Stater.C.. in field. the rev...C. B. border of dots. circa B. 157 grs. 400-380.. holding in extended with curved back. the 1 has suffered from double striking.. Swan to left. Dionysos half draped standing to left. of grapes. (?). it ZOAION. Les Perses. beneath throne a jerboa 9> Dionysos half draped resting on thyrsos and holding vine branch. and MO-. with curious volute ornament on head. struck at Soli. (?) M bud.. N ATI AIKON. B. on throne on which her left arm rests.. Bunch fine of grapes. wt. Head of Aphrodite.* 653 Uncertain King. Nagidus. Bunch obv. is very fine. rose with right hand a patera. the whole within shallow incuse with dotted border. fish. in field 4>|A. B. wt. Head of Pallas in crested helmet adorned at side with |t griffin. very fine although chisel cut on rev. 155£ grs.C. figure of Eros patera. M Stater. 324). Aphrodite seated left.. M 164 Stater. in field to right a mask of Pan facing M 9> [Z]OAEQ[N].. 651 Soli. M and Stater. symbols.

struck at Mallus. struck in Cilicia. 378-372.. chlamys fastened around neck. (B. crested grs. Bearded head of Ares wearing crested Athenian grs. of dots 9> B.c. Artaxerxes II Memnon. 379-374. flowing..83 654 Uncertain King. Athenian helmet to 9). pi. 1 1 158 and rare [PI. a grain of barley Jk MA A. border of dots the hair wearing earring. head of Arethusa nearly lace with pendants 9> 379-374. Diademed facing. King. to right. (to right).. pi. very fine right.C. 3). 14). Tiribazes. in. facing. struck at Mallus. 400-360. 1 border of dots. Baaltars half-draped.. struck at Mallus. struck in Cilicia. holding M Stater. of Arethusa nearly necklace with 9> ]Q"T1J1.). to left. Bearded head of Ares in crux ansata. 1 659 Pharnabazus. Tin ?^!. grs. pi. wearing Persian tiara and necklace. bunch of grapes Bearded head of Ares in crested Athenian helmet $t 1T221H) 1^2. wt. B. (B. wt. 1 386-380. 11). the hair flowing. advancing rapidly to right. in field. Stater. his club..c. IV. Stater. pi. holding in extended right hand a strung bow. (B.c. Bare head of bearded Herakles to right. Artaxerxes II Memnon. wt.. in field. b. Bearded head of Tiribazes to grs.. pendants.. very fine and very rare MA [PL IX] 657 b. very fine and rare 655 Uncertain 9> Mallus. 127 grs. 164^ pi. (B. iv. 160 grs. IV.. 1). M IX] to left. 386-380.C. wearing Persian tiara. the paws knotted under chin 9> M MA A. (B. border A. and very rare 656 wt. (B. in. while with his left hand he is about to withdraw an arrow at struck M from his quiver slung at back. 430-360 ('?).c. Herakles contending with wt. iv. M Stater. 658 Pharnabazus. 154| b. Stater. wt.) b. circa B. the butt of which terminates in round knob. as on the preceding piece The king half kneeling. pi. chin. very fine right. hair in sphendone. Head of Aphrodite wearing earring and necklace. similar to lot 658. in out- stretched right hand a strung bow. Bearded head of Tiribazes to right. and in the left a javelin. fine chlamys fastened under and rare (chisel cut on rev.C. seated left on throne without back.. lion. (2?. very fine 1 Tiribazes. 165 and rare [PL IX] Head and 1 660 Datames. struck in Cilicia. the lion's skin around neck. helmet. IV. left. very fine and scarce 1 G 2 . and holding before him a long sceptre. 6 var. wt. in front. and wearing neck- M Legend pi.. Stater. 15). 170 grs. under throne.

nj-^yi. and in the field to left 0=y. v. he holds in left hand left. beneath throne. rev. 165£ grs. struck in Cilicia or in Syria. pi. seated on throne without back.. 11). 1). very fine and scarce [PI. beneath throne %.. Legend and type similar to $fc> front of Baaltars Q. nfi^JQ-j Baaltars. attacking stag. very fine. Stater. struck in Cilicia.C. struck at Tarsus.C. Stater. M Stater. the whole within circular linear border. the chlamys wrapped around legs and left arm. Legend and type similar to preceding. (B.pl. wearing triple crested Athenian helmet. last. v. v. pi. head and body facing. 361-363. struck in Cilicia. fine and 1 scarce 667 Mazaios. pi.. pi..) 1 666 Mazaios. very fine and scarce (chisel cut on obv. very fine and B.C. (B.C. p/l^yi.C. in right 9> ^"70. 167 grs. left. to left. in field B . 665 Mazaios. Lion devouring a bull. 361-333. very fine and rare 1 B.c.. pi. the whole within plain border. three-quarter face to earring and necklace. 170 grs. very fine and very rare [PL IX] 1 . 12). not so well struck up. grs. 361-333. 361-363. Lion attacking stag. scarce 662 Mazaios..C. his left hand supports a lotos-headed sceptre. IX] 1 663 Mazaios. B. Baaltars seated left on throne without back. struck in Cilicia.). under the chair left -» 1 Lion passant to over a crescent. the whole within shallow incuse square. ^t Stater. struck in Cilicia. in field below O D-.. B. in JR Stater. the whole within dotted border 361-363. holding vine branch and lotos-headed sceptre. above a star ©f sixteen points. gis. leaf bunch of grapes on throne to left. B. 168 grs.. half-draped. holding in outstretched right hand a bouquet formed of a bunch of grapes and an ear of corn. wt. Head 165f of Arethusa as on preceding piece Legend similar to last. Baaltars seated to M 9> HID. left. and B.. to right an ivy wt. wt. scarce 1 664 Mazaios. 9> B. hand a 166£ sceptre. seated in field. 165£ grs. wt.84 661 Datames. wt. 5). (B.. Baaltars seated to left on throne without back. holding long sceptre. VI. M Stater.. a long sceptre. 1 (B. 4 var. (B. 3 var. v. part of body nude.. the whole within very shallow incuse with dotted border. the obv. and on extended right hand an eagle. iv.. the bust draped. Bust of Athena. 9>mD-. pi. vi. a crested Corinthian helmet 9> Baaltars semi-draped. 349-332. (B. (B.. and stalk of corn.). the upper Tin'pyi. Helmeted head of Ares to left. in field. beneath throne T. 378-372. crux ansata 9> "HTE-j wt. M M Stater. Lion wt. b. 18). struck in Cilicia.

in right hand a long lotos-headed sceptre surmounted by an eagle. in field.c. 79. N wearing richly adorned Stephanos. B. (B. left. upper portion of body- M nude. recumbent goat to right. V. 411-374. wt. under throne Q. B. fine and rare ibm N-irO-py by ^ HTD- Anonymous (struck by the Generals lon and Syria). in of barley. struck in Cilicia. M Stater. 1 eight turreted towers. Les Perses. the hair long 9> Head of xvii. fine wt.pl. 23). Achiminides. &c. pi. 167 grs. pi.. fine and rare (pierced) Twelfth of Stater. b. right hand rests on his club. 261 and of fine style [PL grs. 26). see notep. 10| grs. border of dots. and he holds in left hand a rhyton M 673 Cypriote character. 1 grs. wt. the upper part of body nude. Owl to right. (B.. Head of Pallas 675 Evagoras V=Sa(lamis). Herakles. 18). XVII. Gr. Governor of the Transeuphratic the walls of the city with Cilicia). a bouquet composed of corn and grapes. Stater. 1 62 grs. (B. n/l^ft. Turreted head of II. 10 grs. Lion attacking bull. seated on rock covered with lion's skin. 670 Evagoras 9> I. Baaltars seated on throne without back. linear border Forepart of kneeling goat. N Tenth of Stater." p. plain linear border & * EYA. xvi. border of dots 9> and 669 (Mazais. N N Twelfth of Stater. linear border. wt. pi. Baaltars seated on of Lion passant to left. . 361-333. in Cypriote characters Name and field. the ter).. 1 and scarce I. the chlamys wrapped around legs and left arm. 9> title in Name and 70 wt. Mon. 5). unpublished. 41 1-374.C.fine and scarce les 1 References to E. earring and necklace. Athene fine and II.C. 377. (B. 5 var.c. to left. Bearded head of Herakles to right.)... B. very fine above AY. the chlamys wrapped around legs.pl. xvi. ("Imhoof 1 IX] CYPRUS. nude.* SALAMIS. wt. to right.. wt. 27).. b. throne without back. Aphrodite to right. 8f grs. 328-306. wt. Cypriote characters.C. Head of bearded Herakles in lion's skin..C.borderof dots #> M Alexander the Great in BabyTetradrachm. 411-374. no. veryfineandvery rare 1 Twelfth of Stater.. XVI. (B. legend in front. Satrapes. 361-351. in crested Corinthian helmet. 374-368. in righthandlongsceptre. recumbent goat to right. Head of Athena in crested Corinthian helmet.c.. (B.85 668 Mazaios. below. Babelon. 671 Evagoras 9> b.8grs. no. pi.C. very fine and very rare 1 grain title in 672 Evagoras Tetrobole (Evagoras in Cypriote characI. Head of Aphrodite Nicocles I. 361-351. scarce 1 674 Evagoras to right #> B. 2).. B.

the neck 331-310. pi.C. (B. nude. border of dots 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1JTD3 l^O^v Lion attacking stag. $> circa B. pi. walking i to right. in field right and left. lightly draped 9> BA-. Herakles wearing right. bow. date Z =year 27. 449-425. 361-312. the 361-312. palmette ornament with volutes to left. 17).fine and rare The King Evagoras on horseback galloping to right.). in field. Diademed head of Aphrodite. 683 Stasand ros. 173 grs. skin. the whole within incuse square with dotted border. wt.. 440-420. very fine and scarce PAPHOS. xvn. and in front. (B.).fine and rare left. 40. (B. right.C. holding bow and brandishing his club incuse square with ^JQTJ^. to right.. Lion attacking stag. 361-351.c. 94| grs. N Hemistater. Bull to left. (B. whole within incuse square with dotted border. one handled vase. PN-.. solar disc. M NIK.. right. (in num. behind. in field. to right. XX. Laureate head of Apollo to (B. very fine and scarce 682 Pumiaton. the whole within incuse square with dotted wt. pi. 1 63^ grs. 351-332. 16). border. 165 grs.. to right.C. 681 Pumiaton. Turreted Nicocreon. pi. fine and very rare 1 . 54 grs. 23). holding bow and brandishing club. border of dots #> 1JTDD "]'?Q 7-> Lion attacking stag. #> Eagle name and title in Cypriote characters. (B. B. and brandishing 0=y. crux ansata. yJLStater. xvm. xvm. 18). the whole within 1 dotted border. the 63£ grs. 679 Azbaal. the whole 1 dotted border. The King of Persia. going club lion's holding bow and brandishing within incuse square with "\bi2bV2b. xvn. ^l Tetrobole.} Lion attacking stag. wearing earring. wt. pi. wt.. date MM — year tot. 15 and 1 677 Pnytagoras. nude. v& 231 grs. crux ansata. 13). 1 (B. pi. to left B A. in exergue. the B. circa b. in field. fine and rare B. 13).). Herakles. wt. Herakles wearing lion's body nude. 5 var. Herakles. pi. 425-400. skin.C..C. 34 grs. Jine and rare B. half kneeling to right. fine and rare 1 680 Baalmelek to 9> left. 1. xix. pi. shooting with bow M and arrow 9> a javelin. N Hemistater. Ochus.C. head of Aphrodite to right. walking to bow and brandishing club. circa B. Head up of Artemis. (B. xvn.86 676 Evagoras II.. the hair rolled at sides at back. holding body nude. going to right. 1 CITIUM.. M Stater. V° crux ansata. in front.C. M Tetrobole. and turned 1 678 Stater. £> B. in field. beneath horse 16 var.. above. xix. III. and necklace. Artaxerxes Tetradrachm. wt.

c. to right. APIAPA0OY. head of Pallas turned to right. Paris & . under Pegasus EYZEBOYZ the whole within wreath of oak. Rollin & Feuardent. infield to left. in field to left. M Tetradrachm. Head of Ariarathes with diadem to right. crown Mo. wt. Zeus seated on throne with back. Pegasus crescent drinking.c. and beneath throne a 7). and (see and very rare exergue A. wt. diademed b. et de Commagbne. 249 in field three grs. IX] TOY 58 grs. phoros standing.C. 1 * References to M. M Drachm. 17. B. troisilme trimestre 1886.87 SIXTH DAY'S SALE. 312-280. 256 grs. in field left and right K.. 1890. crescent.= year 22. b. Club. the hair curled and somewhat flowing M $ BAZIAEHZ. 262| grs.. N Diobol. Ernest Babelon. carrying 1 KINGS OF CAPPADOCIA: 685 Ariarathes IV. very rare [PI.. 36-25. Head of Herakles in skin to right £> BAZIAEHZ ZEAEYKOY. pp. London. B. EYZEBOYZ.C.fine left. xxix pi. wt. wt. 94-84.. AMYNTOY. APIAPA0OY. in 686 1 troisieme series. " Les Rois de Syrie D'ArmSnie. very fine monogram." par 1 vol. wearing crested Corinthian helmet BAZIAEI2Z. drachm. wt. and and star. Youthful head IX] 1 of Archelaus to right $ BAZIAEHZ APXEAAOY <DIAOriATPIAOZ KTIZTOY. Revue Numismatique.. fine Pallas Nike- monograms.C. 220-163. I. M Tetradrachm.. Nike advancing 20 grs. Diademed head of the king to right £ BAZIAEHZ. LOT 684 Amyntas. sceptre bound with diadem. 36-a... 1 KINGS OF SYRIA.d. (year 30). Head of Pallas to right. 335-336) [PL IX] TetraAriarathes IX.. 9= B. B.. KING OF GALATIA. Son of Mithridates the Great. struck at Side (B. 687 Archelaus. #1 AOnATOPOZ..* 688 Seleucus lion's I. extremely fine and rare in this condition [PI. pi.

in exergue. Zeus 690 Aetophorus seated on throne with back. very fine and very rare 1 [PI.c. B. very fine I.... M Tetradrachm. . b. horse grazing. b.. (pi. struck at Ascalon (compare pi. right hand. in field to left. Tetradrachm. 312-280. M Tetradrachm. Apollo laureate. in field to left. [PI. 281 grs. 260| grs. to right of Antiochus I in bold relief and of BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY. the Seleucid anchor and I1Z. the left resting on bow. and under throne a monogram 4). wt. 281-261. iv. mon. ill. 8). wt. very fine and rare . Head of Antiochus II to right. apparently unpublished. Zeus seated to right. very fine 1 Seleucus right V° I. 281-261. 7). in the wt. Head of Herakles in skin to right $ ZEAEYKOY BAZI AEHZ-. (to left). very fine 1 694 Antiochus 9> I. portion of which drapes the right thigh. on extended right hand he holds a small statuette of Victory presenting a crown. 691 Antiochus Soter. 13 in left on omphalos. Soter. the left resting on a bow. 281-261.. a half horse drinking.C. ^Tetradrachm. and his left rests omphalos. 14 (Type of pi.c. (var. I. wearing diadem ornamented with a wing at side BAZIAEI2Z ANTIOXOY. 126 grs.. 264 grs. diademed head of Antiochus I to right Apollo seated left. extremely fine and very rare [PI.c.C. 11). holding in field to right. M Tetradrachm. 695 Antiochus 9> M BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY.C. (struck at Alexandria 1 Troas) (pi. Head & ANTIOXOY field left of Herakles in lion's skin to right below throne. 1). Antiochus 9> I. very fine 1 II Theos. which is partially covered with his chlamys. on omphalos. BAZIAEHZ on throne with back. M Tetradrachm of the Alexan- drine type. wt. 261-246. Diademed head of Antiochus to right BAZIAEI2Z (to right). B. B. wt. three arrows in right hand. holding two arrows in exergue. Diademed head fine style. Quadriga of elephants in which field. Head IX] of Zeus laureate to BAZI AEI2Z ZEAEYKOY. mons. monogram 27. 3 and 91... stands Pallas fighting. in AZ. Soter.. in extended right hand he holds an arrow. of his bow behind 1 iv. 692 Antiochus $> Soter. 312-280. ing arrow in Apollo seated on omphalos hold- right hand. in left a long sceptre. 281-261. symbol at feet of Apollo.88 689 Seleucus lion's I.. in field A. 16 and dolphin. mon. IX] I. Struck at Larissa (Syria). 1 266 grs.c. 693 IX] b. the left resting on a bow. mons. Apollo seated and 22. upon pi. N Stater. ANTIOXOY. seated on omphalos. vii. and under throne. b.

Magnus. M Tetradrachm. border of dots Apollo seated on omphalos to hand he holds an arrow. on omphalos. 36 tripod. ing in right hand an arrow. IX] 702 Antiochus head #> Ml. IX] 246-226. Callinicus.). seated on omphalos. extremely fine and rare [PI. 128 grs. Magnus. N Stater. wt. M of Antiochus diademed. to right. the mon. 261 grs. upon bow held behind the omphalos. holding in right 40. (Struck Cyzicus) (no. monograms in field. strongly resembling the portrait of Seleucus II Apollo seated on omphalos. very fine on bow placed to right a tripod. Son 9> Infantile head diademed. 246-226. fillet Tetradrachm. in very fine condition and rare B. holding an arrow 1 and JE.C. 222-187.. fillet border BAZIAEHZ ANTIXOY. 222. 139 var. 222-187. 287). wt. y wt. no.. 698 Antiochus Hierax. 297 var.89 696 Seleucus head £> II. Diademed head of BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY-. very fine and very rare 1 to right p. and an eagle. in field.. 1 24 and wt. 226-222. very fine Apollo holding an arrow in right B. II. to left ing mon. Young border Apollo seated on omphalos. (pi. and rare 1 left resting 701 Antiochus chus III.. in 263| III grs. BAZIAEHZ ZEAEYKOY.. and in the exergue. mon.c. wt. b. in field left. 227. in field to left. 156. wt. hand. the field behind omphalos. to right $ BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY... Head of Antio- diademed.C. Apollo. the left rests left. and in exergue mon. a lighted torch.C. 13).. B. holdarrow in right hand..C. extremely fine and rare 1 [PL IX] 699 Seleucus head 9> III... IX. Youthful diademed head of Seleucus II to right. at right. Apollo seated to left hand an arrow. of Seleucus II to right BAZIAEI2Z ZEAEYKOY. and very rare [PI. b.. Antiochus to £> M Tetradrachm. Ceicaunus. 260 grs.. ^l Tetradrachm. 1 behind omphalos. right. in field left. B. above. the left resting on a bow. B.. . 160. hold- ing arrow in right hand. border of dots & BAZI AEI1Z ZEAEYKOY. N Stater. wt.C. in extended right of Seleucus III. in 131^ grs.c. very fine and rare 1 BAZIAEI2Z ANTIOXOY. Youthful diademed field. the left resting on his bow. 700 Antiochus. 263 grs. of Antiochus. 259 grs. the left resting on a bow. the left arm resting on a in right hand. B. (no. to right. the Apollo. 1 697 Seleucus Callinicus. Diademed of Seleucus III to right. holdleft resting on a bow placed star. lyre and the mon.

. Epiphanes.. within fillet border $ BAZI AEHZ ANTIOXOY 0EOY EPI<l>ANOY[Z]. and in the exergue the date. 254 b. Eagle on prow.C. wt. 150-145. 93 and 98. to left. very fine and scarce 706 255 grs. B. 261^ grs. mon. 256£ grs.. the left resting on a bow near omphalos. wt. Diademed head of Antiochus. two monograms. B. grs. very fine and rare 1 707 Demetrius head I. fillet border M & BAZI AEHZ ZEAEYKOY.C.. Philopator. Tetradrachm. Zeus Nicephoros semi-draped.. Diademed of Demetrius. 1 Antiochus V. Tetradrachm.. dotted border V° BAZI ANTIOXOY. 164-162. within dotted border of R BAZIAEflZ AAEEANAPOY. B. Diademed Antiochus at a more advanced age.C. Soter. 253 grs. 262 grs.. 198. £P=160. = 168. field AA. 162-150. nos. in field to left. 47. the left resting on bow in field to left. enthroned. wt. Apollo seated on omphalos . JR Tetradrachm. mon. = 166 . to draped. Diademed head Bala. /R Tetradrachm..) in exergue. holding small statuette of Victory and spear in field to left m. grs. monogram of Tyre. within fillet border R BAZIAEftZ AHMHTPIOY ZOTHPOZ. tune seated to left. no. fillet border M BAZIAEHZ AAEZANAPOY 0EOPATOPOZ EYEP PETOY. in exergue.c. left. Alexander I to right. in front. 40.. in and mon. (mon. and monogram 1 232.. Zeus semi . B. 175-164. Diademed head of Seleucus IV to right. Eupator. Bala. 187-188. Draped bust to right. wt. seated to right. 9 HP. wt.. within fillet R BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY EYI1ATOPOZ.90 703 Antiochus head of III. B.. wt. very fine 1 %* 708 From the Bompois collection. Figure of For holding an arrow and cornucopiae. very fine and scarce 1 709 Alexander I. Tetradrachm. Apollo seated on omphalos holding in right hand an arrow. Youthful border head of Antiochus V.C. 217 of exceedingly good work and very fine . and in exergue... 222-187.. 1 very fine and rare 705 Antiochus IV. very fine and scarce 1 M AEHZ 704 Seleucus IV. 152-144. and behind eagle IZP. a palm branch and crown. diademed.C. Magnus. Zeus Nicephoros enthroned. M Tetradrachm. wt. Alexander of 9> I. Alexander wearing broad diadem M Tetradrachm. B. holding an arrow in right hand. in exergue EllO-.C.

with couched lances.. 146-138. B. fillet border BAZIAEHZ AHMHTPIOY 0EOY NIKATOPOZ. 231. to left. wt. wt.. and in P. fillet border M BAZIAEHZ ANTIXOY EYEPrETOY... 238£ grs. holding in right hand an arrow. within border ftBAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY OP. to right mon. 80 var. Tetradrachm. in right hand figure of flying Nike. the whole within laurel wreath. left. Antiochus ft VII.C. and very rare in field to right EnWANOYZ AIONYZOY. Tetradrachm. Nicator. scarce 1 712 Antiochus Dionysos. very fine and exergue BAZIAEI2Z AHMHTPIOY NIKATOPOZ. holding figure of Victory Athena Parthenos on outstretched right hand. wt. Youthful head of Demetrius border II. b. Evergetes.. Diademed fillet and radiate head of Antiochus VI to right. 220 grs. very fine 1 *** From the Sim 713 collection. monograms 122 and 140. 248 grs. to beneath TPY. wt. in field left. the whole within border of lotus. b. Nicator. B. M Tetradrachm. M head of Demetrius II diademed to right. mon. B. between legs wt. and under throne O.. the left resting on shield. to right. b. Draped M within dotted border ft BAZI AEI2Z ANTIOXOY. Zeus semi-draped.. monogram and jA . the left resting on bow. 175. Bearded and diademed head of Demetrius II to right. and in left hand lotos-headed sceptre..c. very fine NIKA Figure of Fortune seated on throne to left. diademed. 130-125. Apollo seated left 0EOY <MAAAEA<K>Y IE VI. 138-129. in field mon.C.. First reign..=176. 257 grs. and II.. ivy and corn. very fine and scarce 1 .=170. in field to left Z.. and diademed bust of Antiochus VII to right. scarce 1 711 Demetrius ft Nicator. border Young on omphalos. Eagle on prow. ftBAZIAEHZ AHMHTPIOY <MAAAEA<l>OY TOPOZ. ^l Tetrafillet drachm. fillet Tetradrachm. (Tryphon Staphylus). 252 grs. very fine and scarce 1 714 Antiochus at Tyre. =167. holding an arrow and a cornucopiae. in exergue mon. palm branch near of Tyre. in field to left.C. the Dioskuri on horseback. struck. ZTA. VII. right wing. and XP. 245.. enthroned to left. wt. second reign. 138-129..c..91 710 Demetrius II. Diademed head of Antiochus VII to right. 1 Demetrius ft II. 257-^ grs. 146-138. and ZOP. very fine 715 of eagle mon.c. 145-142. Evergetes..

to left. seated on throne with back. 717 Alexander head 9> II. Introduction. et la. Mais ce qui est PARTICULIEREMENT INTERESSANT. N'est-il pas pabticulierement curieux II : Peu apres. dit Justin. 1P. pp. b. NIKH<J>OPOY. beyond dotted border $o BAZIAEI2Z bolt to C left. scarce 1 718 Cleopatra. Tetradrachm. Diademed head of to right. R BAZIAEHZ RARE 720 right). 125-96. mon. and wt. and to right pi. Zebina. very fine and rare 1 719 Antiochus Grypus. Diademed border of dots right. wt. Alexander Zebina to right. in field to left mon. il pilla le tresor du temple de Zeus et poussa l'audace jusqu'a enlever la Victoire d'or que le dieu tenait a la main Iovis solidum ex auro signum Victoria tollijubet. En vain essaya-t-il de se rendre le dieu et le peuple propices en disant qu'il acceptait la Victoire que Zeus lui offrait.. 128-123. frere de Seleueus V. extremely fine. and very fine and very rare . VIII.=192. fillet border [B]AZIAEI2Z AAEZANAPOY. 278. right. Zeus semi-draped seated on M of and in throne with back. very fine and very 1 Antiochus head of VIII. cxlix. Eagle on thunderto right. se renferma dans Antioche.. Eagle to left standing on thunderbolt. 104£ mon. Grypus. to right. " IX] 1 Zebina ayant mecontente le roi d'Egypte. 213 grs.. BAZI- date 0nP. left a long sceptre. and in exergue 250 grs. 55 and under grs. surmounted by a star. in BST. fine the throne A. pour soutenir la guerre en 406 av J. A " 7 Stater. M Tetradrachm. date 1 in field ) to left grs. B. Ce jeu de mots rapelle le fameux (rvyxpyiff6inQa reus Nix«"s «fe rbv 7r6\efiov.. and Antiochus VIM. wt. left. pour solder les troupes qui lui restaient. Diademed extending Antiochus Grypus to (to right). the truncation (to left). prononce a Athenes. CL. lorsque. (to b. Diademed Alexander Zebina to right within filleted border BAZIAEI2Z AAEZANAPOY. b. 15). C'EST QUIL NOUS EST PARVENU UN SPECIMEN DE CETTE MONNAIE D'OR FABRIQUEE AVEC LES TRESORS ET LA Victoire enleves k Zeus. wt. and Antiochus diademed. (to left). battu. 259 and b. Alexandre DE RAPPROCHER CETTE PIECE DOR DE L'ANECDOTE QUE NOUS VENONS DE rapporter? " — Babelon.C. 133£ grs. Zeus draped. EI1WA semi- NOYZ. holding in the right hand a statuette of Victory. AND UNIQUE [PI. 127-121. holding long sceptre. Thea.92 716 Alexander 9= II. Jugate figure of Victory busts of Cleopatra diademed and veiled. Z. 128-123..=199 wt. and in exergue 0EOY. Zebina. on fit f ondre les Victoires d'or du Parthenon. ANTIXOY..= 189.c. within dotted border 9> BAZIAIZZHZ KAEOI1ATPAZ 0EAZ KAI AEI2Z ANTIOXOY-.. C. (B.c. (Sidon) to left. se vit opposer par Ptolemee un nouveau competiteur dans la personne d' Antiochus VIII Grypus. xxiv. M Didrachm. Grypus. 270 (Aradus ?). ANTIXOY. of the HIGHEST RARITY. holding figure of Nike and lotos-headed sceptre.. 125-96. -Zeus semi-draped seated to left.c. field.c. head of Antiochus Grypus to ^l Tetradrachm. Zebina.

b. 22. to left Z. mon. the whole within laurel border.. head surmounted by a crescent. Grypus. 5). with slight beard. border. and in the left a star. wt. within fillet # BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY Sandan.C. in field to right.. fillet M Tetradrachm. 96-95... with shield and spear . 270 var. B. statuette of Victory. xxv. 2). the whole within laurel border.. A-.c. VIII. Fortune standing to left with calathos on her head. wt. very fine 1 724 Antiochus filleted IX.= fine and of excessive rarity 1 725 Antiochus 9> IX.PallasNicephorus and below 0. left. the whole within laurel xxv. and outside legend. the right hand rests upon the bar of a rudder. M Tetradrachm. ANTIOXOY. below. very fine and very rare 1 . wt. wt. 245 grs. left. pi. M Tetradrachm. a rose. and to right A. M Tetradrachm. (B. 256 grs.. Grypus. 89. in field. very fine * 722 Antiochus VIII. to right.. Diademed Pallas head of Antiochus IX. with A.C. Eni<l>ANOYZ.93 721 Antiochus VIII. presenting mon. and in left hand she holds a cornucopiae .. 116-95.. and mon. Semi-draped Zeus standing to left. within fillet border king M Diademed BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY to left. 125-96.. B. 125-96. B. very HZ. 116-95. Cyzicenus.. in exergue date 208. Eni4>ANOYZ. in field. 125-96. monograms 282 and 22. B.. within border Vo BAZIAEHZ. ANTP-. within filleted border $ BAZIAEHZ TOPOZ.C.pl. a lotos flower. 248^ grs. 255^ grs. in field to left I E. b. he holds in right hand a long spear. fine and rare 1 723 Antiochus head $> of Tetradrachm.C. Pallas ZEAEYKOY who is Eni<J>ANOYZ NIKA- holding a a wreath.. (B. 7). Diademed head of Seleucus to right.. within filleted border BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY <J>IAOHATOPOZ. WAOIIATOPOZ..c. standing to right. Grypus. Diademed border head of Antiochus Grypus within 9>BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY figure of EPI<t>ANOYZ. standing with lance and shield. wt. with slight beard. 248£ grs. very fine 1 726 Seleucus Epiphanes Nicator. and IZL. xxvn.. 254£ grs. to right. Cyzicenus. to right. in field to pi. the whole within laurel border. Diademed border Altar of head of Antiochus VIII to right. to left mon. and rare VI. Diademed head of Antiochus IX. (B. wt.

97-56. the Orontes. 730 Tigranes I. within filleted border M & BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY <MAAAEA<K>Y. AI=H. rare variety 221 grs. Diademed head of Philippus to right. 209. Philadelphia. in laurel border.C.. Philadelphia.? the whole within laurel wreath. Seleucia. Tetradrachm. 240£ grs. and in exergue the date wt. the whole exceedingly 1 within laurel wreath. A. B. b. in exergue T. seated to left.. 47. within fillet border 9>BAZIAEnZ WAinnOY EnWAIMOYZ <MAAAEA <|>OY. the tiara Tigranes to right. draped. wt. wt. the whole rare [PI.. Tyche of Antioch seated. the right hand outstretched. Bust of and diadem. seated to in field to left. Zeus. to left. 11).. Head of Tigranes wearing is to right. very fine and rare 1 728 Antiochus XI. and on rock to left mon. KAI AYTONOMOY.c. 98. the river Orontes swimming at her feet. the Armenian tiara ornamented M Tetradrachm. 92-83. the Great. {B.. Tetradrachm. M Tetradrachm. holding palm. wt. and necklace. TITPANOY. very fine 1 731 Tigranes.. in field. S?£ and Tyche of Antioch seated to left on rock. Head of Tyche.pl. under throne monogram no. wearing B. semi-nude. b. very fine and very IX] 1 . holding long sceptre and a statue of who is presenting him with a wreath . Zeus.C. Victory. the whole within a wreath of laurel KING OF ARMENIA. Eusebes. M 9>ZEAEYKEHN THZ IEPAZ Fulmen on within laurel border. TMZ=243. the whole within wreath of laurel. and holding in left hand cornucopiae. JR Tetradrachm. B. within filleted border 104-82. Diademed within filleted border right. 230 grs.94 727 Antiochus X. B. wearing the Armenian ornamented with a star between two eagles. holding figure of Nike and a long sceptre. swimming. the whole in fillet tiara border 9> BAZIAEHZ.. head of Antiochus to 94-83. semi-draped. xxix. the top of the tiara with one star only dentated. holding long sceptre and statuette of victory MA.C.. wt. Beardless diademed head of Antiochus XI to right. at her feet. 233 ANTIOXOY EYZEBOYZ <MAOnA Zeus. left. turreted.. and is $ BAZI AEHZ TITPANOY. M $ BAZIAEHZ TOPOZ. 97-56. 1 235 729 grs. veil Tetradrachm. fine and excessively rare Philippus. an SELEUCIS AND 732 PIERIA.. half length figure.C. grs. mon.. in field mon. 92. in field to left A. between legs of throne. semi... throne.c.

350-332. M Stater. very fine. the whole within laurel wreath. (B. nos. Hemidrachm. Turreted. and aplustre.. very fine and rare in B.C. B. Nike. drachm. the whole . standing. Zl. in chariot.* 735 Aradus. B. M Tetra- BACIAICCA KA60P[ATPA 0EA NeUTjTEPA. 136-46. very fine.. 239 grs. although chisel cut Melkarth to right on obv. the whole within wreath. . B. 229 grs. wt.. with tie. Galley exergue two lions going Memnon. in incuse.95 733 Antioch. 164 grs. Cleopatra VII and Mark Antony. 39-17. 1 734 Laodiceia ad Mare. diademed and 9> APAAI12N.. PHOENICIA. in Stater. 374-362. B.. (B. M Double anchored before fortress with in opposite directions 9> five towers. 434 grs. wt. and in exergue 2EE. in wt. (B. very fine and rare KAI AYTONOMOY. Head of City border M S-AAOAIKEHN THZ IEPAZ Zeus Nicephorus enthroned. Bearded and laureate head of $> W2-> Phoenician galley to right.C. fine 1 737 Aradus. Turreted head to right. of Antony lxi. 1 field left.. Nike left.. M Tetradrachm. etc. Babelon. $1 Prow. fillet to right. below veiled head of City to right . within shallow incuse with dotted border. 29-^ grs. Veiled and and turreted head of City to right APAAII2N-. pi. fine and very rare 1 charioteer. veiled and turreted. above 0C9-> an^ below AM P=141. 9> B. very fine 736 Aradus.. The King of Persia. (B. beneath. 54 grs. xxix. 12). 229| grs.. a goat to left with head reverted. 22). wt. similar in type to 2 17). Artaxerxes II. the preceding.. ©SP=199. holding aplustre and palm.C.C. xxu. Draped and diademed bust of Cleopatra wearing necklace of pearls. 21. Guide. very fine 2 KINGS OF SIDON. 228 AN grs. with palm branch at shoulder . pi. holding palm NX. €SP=195. Tetrobol. to 9 and left. pi. see Note page 79. * References to E. wt. wt. to left. within Tetradrachm. $ ANTwNIO C AVTOKPATWP TPITON TPItUN ANAPtUN. M Tetradrachm.* 738 Straton I (Abdastart). this condition M. Head pi. 36-30. wt. wt. 136-46..C. XXII. driven by and drawn by two horses galloping to right.. in field.C. 14).

96
739

Straton

(Abdastart), B.C. 374-362. before a fortress with four towers
I

j

JR Shekel or Half Stater, Galley, in exergue, two lions going in
seizing

opposite directions
ft

The King Artaxerxes

II,

Memnon,

by the mane, a

lion

who

stands erect before him, and holding poignard in right hand, the whole in shallow incuse square, wt. 104| grs. (B.,pl. xxix, 2i),fine and rare 1

740

Tennes,

B.C. 362-350.

iR Double

Stater, Galley going to right,

waves

depicted by four parallel zigzag lines, above, 1 1 1 (year 3) ft The King Artaxerxes III, Ochus, in chariot drawn by three horses

and driven by

charioteer, behind,

an attendant carrying a sceptre
very fine

terminating in an animal's head, in field, above, 0"l"|=yrT-> border
of dots, wt. 398 grs. (B., pi.

xxx,

2),

and rare

1

741

Straton
as
ft

1 1

(?),

B.C.

346-332.

M Double

Stater, Galley going to

left,

on preceding, above g='D, ornamental border King in biga, with his charioteer followed by an attendant in

Egyptian costume, carrying sceptre surmounted by bull's head with disc between the horns, within ornamental border, wt. 428 grs. (comp.
B., pi.

xxx,

5),

very fine

and rare

1

742

Si don, B.C. Ill, a.d.

117.

M

Didrachm, Turreted, diademed and

veiled head of the City to right

ftZIAHNIXlN
,

THZ

left, with palm branch at shoulder, in BEZ wt. 97^ grs., fine and rare

IEPAZ KAI AZYAOY, Eagle to field [_ ANP=154, and
1

743

Sidon,

Tetradrachm, Head of the city turreted and with palm branch at shoulder veiled, IEPAZ KAI AZYAOY., Eagle with ftZIAHNIXlN
B.C. 111-117.

M

THZ

palm standing on rudder,

L
744

— n=80,

in field,

monogram

no.

60,

and date
1

wt.

200

grs., fine

and of

the highest rarity

Tripolis,

Tetradrachm, Bust of the Dioskuri after circa B.C. 200. draped and laureate, surmounted by stars, within fillet border

M

ftTPinOAITHN THZ IEPAZ

KAI

AYTONOMOY.,

Figure of City, right hand resting on rudder bar, and holding cornucopiae, in field mon. Al. and aplustre, in exergue AZA.=201, the whole within wreath, wt. 233 grs. (B., pi. xxx, 21), extremely fine

and rare [PI. 745

IX]

1

Tyre,

B.C.

right,

405-309. Stater, Melkarth riding on hippocamp, to he holds in one hand bow and sheaf of arrows while with the

M

other he grasps the bridle of hippocamp, beneath, dolphin swimming to right, cable border
ft

waves,

and
cable
1

Owl

to right, head facing, carrying Egyptian sceptre
grs. (B., pi.

and

flail,

border, wt. 21 1|

xxxv,

11), very fine

and rare

97
746

Tyre,

Didrachm, Melkarth on hippocamp, as on prewith dolphin below ceding piece, 9> Owl with sceptre and flail, in field to right 1 1 "-|=year 2, wt. 133^ 1 grs. (B., pi. xxxv, 17), fine and rare
B.C. 312-275. B.C.

M

747

Tyre,
9>

450-332.

M

Triobol, Melkarth on hippocamp, as on the pre-

ceding pieces

Owl with
and rare

sceptre and

flail, wt.

47|

grs. (B., pi.

xxxv,

14), very fine
1

748

Tyre,

B.C. 126, a.d. 57.

M Tetradrachm, Laureate head
and ZK. mon., between xxxv, 20), very fine
legs

of

Herakles
field

#TYPOY
club and
wt.

IEPAZ KAI AZYAOY.,

Eagle on rudder, in
of

LK— 20,

eagle

Y.,
1

221

grs., (B., pi.

JUDAEA.
749

Simon Maccabaeus,

b.c. 143-135.

M Shekel,

Shekel Israel,

Cup

or Chalice, with date above (tf.:=year 1) 9> Jerushalem kedoshah, branch with three buds, wt.
den, p. 67), very fine

219

grs.

(Mad1

and

rare

[PL IX]
wt.

750

Simon Maccabaeus,
(Madden, p. 67)

b.c. 143-135.

same year as the preceding,
751

Half Shekel Chatzi-ha-Shekel, the 109| grs., very fine and rare
1

Simon Maccabaeus,
with date above
9> Jerushalaim

b.c.

2W

=

143-135.

M Shekel,

Shekel Israel, Chalice

SJienath Shethaim, year 2

ha-kedoshah, branch

with three buds,

wt.

217|

grs.
1

(Madden, p. 68), in extremely fine condition and rare

752

Simon Maccabaeus,

b.c 143-135. Half Shekel, Chatzi ha-Shekel, Chalice with date above, as on preceding piece 9> Jerushalaim ha-kedoshah, branch with three buds, wt. 104 grs.
(Madden, p. 68), very fine and rare
1

753

Simon Maccabaeus,
with date above
$>

M. = Shenath

b.c 143-135.

M Shekel,

Shekel Israel, Chalice

Shelosh, year 3
id.

Jerushalaim

ha-kedoshah,

(Madden,

p. 68), extremely fine

branch with three buds, and rare

218 grs
1

754

Simon Maccabaeus,

Half Shekel, Chatzi ha-Shekel, in type to preceding and of the same year, wt. 109 grs. similar 1 (Madden, p. 68), very fine and rare

b.c 143-135.

755

Simon Maccabaeus,
with date above
"jttf-

iR Shekel, Shekel Israel, Chalice Shenath arba, year 4 #> Jerushalaim ha-kedoshah, branch with three buds, wt. 218^ grs.
b.c 143-135.

=

(Madden, p. 69), exceedingly fine and rare

[PL IX]

1

H

98
756

Simon Barcochab,
Second
9> Schin

a.d. 132-135.

Revolt,

M

^t Shekel, Struck during the
a tetrastyle temple,

Tetradrachm, pyottf,

border of dots
the deliverance of Israel,"
p. 239), very fine

Beth=Shenath Shethaim Lacker [utK] Ethrog and Lulab,
and very rare [PI.
a.d.

Israel.

" Year two of
grs.

wt.

228^

(Madden,
1

IX]

757

Simon Barcochab,
Second Revolt, border of dots
£> Schin
JR,

132-135.

M

Tetradrachm, as

Shekel, Struck during the above, a tetrastyle temple,
"

Betk=Skenatk Shethaim Lacker [uth]
and very rare
a.d.

Israel.

Year two

of

the deliverance of Israel," Ethrog and Lulab, wt. 228
p. 239), very fine

grs.

(Madden,
1

758

Simon Barcochab,
revolt (2).
(a)

132-135.

M,

Simon, Bunch

of grapes

struck during the second $= The deliverance of ;

Jerusalem, a
very fine,

rE.
grs.

;

9>

palm branch, wt. 47 grs. (Madden, p. 237) (Hamburger, 2), (b) Simon within a wreath, traces of TPAIAN. CEBThe deliverance of Jerusalem, vase and palm branch, wt. 38
4),

(Madden, p. 234) (Hamburger,
a.d. 132-135.

very fine
(2),

2

759

Simon Barcochab,
revolt, (a) Simon, a

M
;

bunch of grapes

$>

struck during the second The deliverance of Jerusalem,

Three-stringed lyre, wt. 43 grs. (Madden, p. 236) (Hamburger, 5), very fine, (b) Simon within wreath; 9> The deliverance of Jerusalem,

Vase and palm branch,
very fine

wt.

49

grs.

(Madden, p. 234) (Hamburger,

6),

2
a.d. 132-135.
;

760

Simon Barcochab,
revolt,
(a)
wt.

M
9>

(2),

struck during the second

Simon within wreath
47
grs.,

The deliverance of Jerusalem,

a palm,
(b)

Simon

traces of legend (Hamburger, 16), very fine, within wreath ; Jl The deliverance of Jerusalem, a palm
grs.

branch, wt. 44|

(Hamburger, 26), very fine
132-135.

2

761

Simon Barcochab, AD.
revolt,
(a)

M
;

(2),

struck during the second

Simon within wreath
wt.

l?t

The deliverance of Jerusalem,

Vase and palm branch,
very fine,
(b)

47| grs. (Madden, p. 234) (Hamburger, 27), Simon within wreath ; ^ The deliverance of Jerusalem,
32),

Vase and palm branch, wt. 54^ grs. (Madden, p. 234) (Hamburger,
extremely fine

2

762

Simon Barcochab, ad.
revolt,
(a)

132-135.

M

(2),

struck during the second

Simon within wreath; 9> The deliverance of Jerusalem, Vase and palm, wt. 52 grs. (Madden, p. 234) (Hamburger, 30) very fine [PL IX]. (b) Simon within wreath (traces of legend P. C A ESVESP-); $> The deliverance of Jerusalem, Vases (traces of legend

PONTIF .MAXIM.),
very fine

wt.

51

grs.

(Madden, 235) (Hamburger,

34),

2

99
763

Simon Barcochab,
revolt,
(a)

a.d. 133-132.
;

M
&

Simon within wreath

(2), struck during the second The deliverance of Jerusalem,

Three-stringed lyre, wt. 50% grs. (Madden, p. 235) (Hamburger, 37), very on obv. traces of legend fine, (b) Similar to preceding, shewing

N EP TRAI ANUJ A.,
very fine

wt.

48|

grs.

(Madden, p. 234) (Hamburger,

39),

2
a.d. 132-135.
9>

764

Simon Barcochab,
revolt.

M

Simon within wreath;
wt.

(2), struck during the second The deliverance of Jerusalem, a

palm branch,
wt.

52|

grs.

(Hamburger, 44), very
obv.

fine,

(b)

Similar

to the preceding, traces

on

of legend,

AVG. GER. DAC,
2

53

grs., very fine

(Hamburger, 47)

KINGS OF PARTHIA.
765

Arsaces VI

(Mithradates

I),

b.c.

174-136.

M

Draped and diademed head of Mithradates
Hercules nude to

to right,

fillet

Tetradrachm, border

&BAZIAEHZ MErAAOY APZAKOY <MAEAAHNOZ,
hand
wt.
left, holding in right hand wine cup, and in left the lion's skin hanging over arm ; in field monogram, club,

22 2 1

grs.,

very fine

and rare
I),

1

766

Arsaces VI (Mithradates
diademed bust
of

Mithradates

I,

b.c. 174-136. Tetradrachm, wearing torque round neck

M

^BAZIAEHZ MErAAOY APZAKOY
rare

Eni<l>ANOYZ,

Arsaces seated right on omphalos, holding bow, in field a palm branch and monogram, wt. 239 grs., very fine, of fine style, and very
1

KING OF
767

THE SASSANIDAE.

Shahpur

II,

a.d. 310-370.

N Stater, Pehlvi legend, name and
of the king to right
side,
ivt.

titles,

Draped and diademed bust
9> Fire altar,
grs., very

fine

with figures of king and priest on either and rare

111^
1

PERSIS.
768

Uncertain King.
tiara,

M Tetradrachm,

9>

surmounted by an eagle, King in attitude of adoration before fire-altar, above Ahuramazda, &c, in field to right a standard surmounted by an eagle, wt. 260 grs. (compare Mordtmann Zeitschrift fur Num. 1877, 1, Taf. I, 7), very fine
and rare
1

Bearded bust wearing Persian below truncation "].

PERSIA.
769

Darius

III,

Codoman,

B.C.

337-330.

N

Double Daric, The king

kneeling right, wearing candys and dentated crown, holding in right hand bow, and in the left a javelin, the butt terminating in a knob
9> Incuse

very fine

with wavy lines in and rare

relief, wt.

257|

grs. (Babelon, pi. II,

17

var.),
1

100
770

Darius

III,

Codoman,B.c.

337-330.

N

Daric,

The king kneeling

to

a right, wearing candys and dentated crown, holding in right hand and in left a javelin, in field, left, a coiled serpent bow,
#>

An
fine

elliptical

depression with

wavy

lines in relief, wt.

128

grs., very

and
III,

scarce
'

1

771

Darius

Codoman,

B.C.

337-330.

N
left,

Double Daric, The king
with six dentations,
<|>.

kneeling to right, wearing candys

and

tall tiara

he holds in right hand bow, and in

javelin, in field, left,

and mon.
9>

An

elliptical

relief,

depression with two crescents ( DC) and pellets in the inner portion of the incuse, with escallop border, the edge
wt.

hammered,

254^

grs., very fine

and rare

1

KINGS OF BACTRIA AND
772

INDIA.
of Diodotus to right

Diodotus,
#>

circa B.C. 250.

Diademed head

BAZIAEflZ. AIOAOTOY.,
hurl thunderbolt, aegis over left
field

Zeus striding to left about to arm, at his feet an eagle, and in 127^
grs.,

wreath and javelin head,
'

wt.

very fine

and extremely
1

rare [PI.

IX]
I,

773

Euthydemus
9>

Successor of Diodotus

II, circa B.C.

220-189.

M

Tetra-

drachm, Head of the king wearing diadem to right Herakles bearded, BAZIAEHZ.

naked, seated left on rock, covered with lion's skin, holding in right hand a club which rests on his knee, behind rock PK. (mon,), wt. 255 grs.,

EY0YAHMOY.,
[PL X]

very fine

and

very rare

1

774

Eucratides,

B.C.

200-150.

1? Stater, Draped bust of Eucratides to

right, wearing crested helmet, adorned at sides with bull's horn and ear

£ BAZIAEHZ. MErAAOY.
mounted as a stud or

in around, the Dioscuri on horseback with couched lances, in field exergue, IAI., wt. 13H grs., of the highest. rarity, but has suffered by being
button, portion of

EYKPATIAOY.

shank remaining on

rev. ;

which
1

has also received a chisel cut

775

Eucratides,

B.C.

200-150.

M Tetradrachm, Diademed
fillet

and draped

bust of Eucratides to right,

border

& BAZI AEI2Z- EYKPATIAOY.,
holding in right hand an arrow, the
field, left,

Apollo to
left

left

wearing chlamys,
;

AH.

resting on bow (mon.), wt. 260 grs., extremely fine and rare [PI.

hand

in
1

X]

%*

From

the

Sim

collection.

101
776

Eucratides,
of

B.C. 200-150. Tetradrachm, Nude half-length bust king to left, seen from behind, wearing helmet decorated with bull's horn and ear, the right raised hurling a javelin

M

&BAZIAEHZ. MErAAOY. EYKPATIAOY.,
on horseback
;

The Dioscuri
and
very rare
1

in field mon., wt.

252

grs.,

very fine

[PL X]
777

*** From the York Moore
b.c. 150-125.

Heliocles,

M Tetradrachm, Draped and diademed bust

collection.

of Heliocles to right, within border

&BAZIAEI2Z. HAIOKAEOYZ. AIKAIOY.,

Zeus, semidraped, standing, holding fulmen and sceptre, in field mon., wt. 261 grs., an exceedingly fine specimen and very rare [PI. X] 1

EGYPT.
778

Alexander

323-311 (struck by Ptolemy I as GoverIV, Aegos, nor for the young Alexander). A\ Tetradrachm, Head of Alexander covered with elephant's skin, aegis around neck
b.c.

9>

AAEZANAPOY.,
throne mon.,
wt.

258

grs., fine

Zeus enthroned, in and rare
b.c.

field

fulmen, and beneath
1
I).

779

Alexander

Ar

323-311 (struck under Ptolemy Stater, Head of Pallas in crested Corinthian helmet to right
IV,

Aegos,

&[A]AEZANAPOY.,
stand, in field, left of very fine style

Nike to left, holding wreath and trophy mon. as on Tetradrachm in next lot, wt. 132| grs., and in brilliant condition [PL X] 1

*** From the
780

Du

Chastel collection.

Alexander

323-311 (struck under Ptolemy I). IV, Aegos, Youthful head of Alexander to right, wearing diadem, and covered with the elephant's skin, A- near ear
B.C.

& AAEZANAPOY..
scarce

Athena Alkis to right with shield, hurling in front Ptolemaic javelin, eagle on thunderbolt, in field mon., as on Stater in preceding lot, and helmet, wt. 241| grs., very fine and
323-311 (struck under Ptolemy 1). TetraYouthful head of Alexander to right, wearing diadem, and drachm, covered with the elephant's skin
IV,
B.C.

781

Alexander

M

1

& AAEZANAPO[Y] v
javelin, in front

Athena Alkis to right with

shield, hurling
field

monograms,
782

wt.

Ptolemaic eagle on thunderbolt, in the 243 grs., a fine piece in beautiful condition
305-284.

two
1

Ptolemy Soter,
9>

b.c.

N Stater, Diademed head of Ptolemy,

[PL X]

the aegis knotted around neck

BAZIAEHZ., Ptolemy driving biga of elephants to right, and holding three ears of corn; in exergue If! nO. mon. and a second mon., wt. 109 grs., in brilliant condition
and very rare [PI.

[njTOAEMAIOY.

XJ

\

102
783

Ptolemy Soter,
Soter to right
9>

B.C.

305-285.

N Tetradrachm,
Eagle to

Diademed head
left

of

BAZIAEJ1Z. nTOAEMAIOY.,
in field to I., wt. 255^- grs., very fine

on thunderbolt,

and rare [PI.

X]

1

784

Ptolemy

II, Philadelphia, b.c. 285-244. Octadrachm, AAEA<t>f2N., jugate busts of Philadelphus diademed and draped,

N

and Arsinoe diademed and

veiled,

behind shield

&

0EI2N.,
dition [PI.

Deified heads of Ptolemy Soter diademed and draped,
wt.

and Berenice diademed and draped,

429

grs.,

in brilliant con1

X]

785

Ptolemy

IT Tetradrachm, Philadelphus, b.c. 285-244. busts of Philadelphus and Arsinoe, as on AAEA<|>I1N., Jugate
II,

the preceding
9>

0EX2N., Jugate
and
state

busts of Ptolemy Soter diademed and draped,

Berenice

diademed and

draped,

wt.

214

grs.,

same fine
1

786

Arsinoe

II,

b.c.

285-247 (wife of Ptolemy Philadelphus).

N Octafine

drachm, Diademed and veiled bust of Arsinoe to right, of style, behind Z.

$ APZINOHZ.
dant, taenia,

<t>IAAAEA4>OY., Double &c, wtA29 grs., very fine

cornucopia, with pen1

787

Arsinoe

II,

B.C.

drachm, Diademed and veiled bust of Arsinoe to

285-247 (wife of Ptolemy Philadelphus). AT Octaright, behind K.

$ APZINOHZ.
pendant,
dition

taenia,

<t>IAAAEA<|>OY., Double cornucopia, with 430 grs., in brilliant congrapes, &c, wt.
1

788

Arsinoe

II,

b.c.

285-247 (wife of Ptolemy Philadelphus).

AT TetraK.,

drachm, Diademed and veiled head of Arsinoe to border of dots

right, behind

& APZINOHZ.
pendant,
[PI.
taenia,

<l>IAAAEA<|>OY., Double cornucopiae, with
wt.

213

grs.,

very

fine

and

excessively

rare
1

X]
II,

789

Arsinoe
£>

B.C. 285-247 (wife of Ptolemy DecaPhiladelphus). Veiled and diademed head of Arsinoe to right, behind A. drachm, APZINOHZ. 4>IAAAEA<>OY., Double cornucopiae, with

M

pendant, taenia, wt. 548

grs., very fine

and of fine

style

1

790

Arsinoe

MDeca.II, b.c. 285-247 (wife of Ptolemy Philadelphus). drachm, Veiled and diademed head of Arsinoe to right, behind A. 9> APZINOHZ. <t>IAAAEA<!>OY., Double cornucopiae with pen1 dant, taenia, wt. 547 grs., very fine and of fine style

103
791

Arsinoe,

B.C. 285-247 (wife of Ptolemy Philadelphia). Tetradrachm, Veiled and diademed head of Arsinoe to right, A. behind
I

M

& A PZ N O H Z.
between legs
unpublished
X.,

<t> I

A A A E A<l>0 Y.
217^
grs.,

,

Eagle on thunderbolt to

left,

wt.

very fine

and very

rare,

presumably
1

792

Ptolemy

247-222. Octadrachm, Radiate III, Euergetes, b.c. bust of Euergetes draped, to right, wearing aegis, and with trident sceptre, the centre barb lotos-headed, over his shoulder

N

9>

BAZIAE&Z. nTOAEMAIOY.,
pendant
taenia,

in

field

AI-,

wt.

Radiate cornucopiae with 428 grs., very fine and scarce
1

[PL X]
793

Berenice
247-222.
right
$>

II,

N Triple Stater, Veiled and

Queen

of Cyrenaica

and Queen Consort

of Egypt, B.C. draped bust of Berenice to

BEPENIKHZ. BAZIAIZZHZ.,

Single cornucopiae, with pen-

794

dant taenia, on either side a star of six points, wt. 329£ grs., very 1 fine and of the highest rarity [PI. X] Berenice II, Queen of Cyrenaica and Queen Consort of Egypt,
B.C.

247-222.

N

Piece of One-and-a-half

Staters,

Draped and

veiled bust of Berenice to right
£>

BEPENIKHZ. BAZIAIZZHZ.,

Single cornucopiae, with penbrilliant

dant taenia, on either side star of six points, wt. 164| grs., in condition and of the highest rarity, probably no specimen has
been offered by public sale in this country [PI.

hitherto
1

X]
of
right,

795

Ptolemy
wearing

IV,

Philopator. JR Didrachm, Bust and crowned with ivy to aegis,

Ptolemy draped,
thyrsos
at

shoulder

$ BAZIAEI2Z. nTOAEMAIOY.,
100 796
grs.,

Eagle on fulmen to

left,

wt.
1

very fine

and

scarce
b.c.

Ptolemy
R.

IV,

Philopator,

224-204.

;R Tetradrachm, Diademed
Eagle on thunderbolt, in
wt.

bust, aegis

around neck, Philopator

BAZIAEI2Z. nTOAEMAIOY.,
front L.

797

X- 7, Ptolemy V, Epiphanes,
diadem

and behind Kl. (Citium),
B.C.

220

Tetradrachm, Draped and diademed bust of the young Prince to right, a wheat ear on

205-181.

M

grs., very fine

1

$ BAZIAEX2Z. nTOAEMAIOY.,
field

Ml.

(mon.), wt.
I,

219

grs.,

very fine

Eagle on thunderbolt, in and rare 1

798

Cleopatra

Regent, Minority of Philometor, B.C. 181-173. Tetradrachm, Jugate busts of Serapis and Cleopatra as Isis to right
legs

M
1

$ BAZIAEI2Z.
between the
very fine

Eagle on thunderbolt, and behind double cornucopiae, wt. 184 grs., A.,

nTOAEMAIOY.,

and rare

104

CYRENAICA.
799

Cyrene,

b.c.

431-321.

AT Stater,

KYPANAI

I2N.

(first

seven

letters of

Kyrene
B>

legend in the exergue), quadriga, facing, in also facing

which stands

[IJAZONOZ., Zeus Ammon, semi-draped, enthroned to left, holding in right hand a long sceptre, behind him an eagle, wt, 132| grs., 1 fine, a very rare variety [PI.

X]

800

Cyrene,
#>

B.C.

431-321.

N Stater, KYPAN AION., Victorious quadto right
left,

riga driven

by Kyrene

Ammon, semi-draped, standing to holding patera and sceptre, before him a thymiaterion, wt. 132
extremely fine,

nOAIAN0EYS.,

Zeus

grs.,
1

and rare

in this condition

[PI.

X]

801

Cyrene,
Vi

b.c.

431-321.

AT Stater,

KYPAN AION.,

Victory quad-

riga driven to right by Kyrene, above, to right, a star

XAPIOZ., Zeus Ammon, semi-draped, enthroned to right, holding on outstretched right hand an eagle, before him a thymiaterion, wt. 1Z3 grs., in brilliant condition 1 [PL X]
B.C.

802

Cyrene,
ty>

321-308.

AT

Third of Stater, Youthful rider to
in field, right, a star

right,

his kausia slung at

back of neck,

KYPA., Silphium
fine

plant, in field to left, a

monogram,

wt. ligrs., very
1

and

scarce [PI.

X]
Twelfth of Stater, Head of Kyrene to right
left,

803

Cyrene,
9>

B.C.

321-308.

Laureate head of Apollo to
fine

behind,

star,

wt.

10|

grs.,

very
1

and

scarce

[PL X]

804

Cyrene,
to
£>

431-321. Didrachm, Youthful male head of Aristgeos ? with ram's horn, in front Hermes standing to left wearing petasos slung at back of neck, and a sheep, or goat's skin hanging from shoulders, he also wears the
B.C.
left,

M

POAIAN0EY.

talaria,

and holds

field, right,

hand a caduceus with pendant fillets, in AAMI2KYPAZ-, border of dots, wt 130 grs., very fine
in right

and
805

excessively rare,
B.C.

presumed

to be the

second specimen

known [PI.
right of

Cyrene,
9> p

431-321.

M

X]

1

Tetradrachm,

Head

to

Zeus

Ammon laureate and with ram's horn, behind neck 0EY<t>[l AEYZ]
J divided by Silphium plant, wt. 195^ grs., [PL X] * From the Wigan collection.
B.C.

very fine

and

very rare
1

806

Cyrene,
horn
9>

321-308.

^R Didrachm, Young male head with ram's
field, to

to left

KY-PA-,
to left

divided by Silphium plant in
wt.

right a star, and
1

monogram,

120£

grs., very fine

105

ZEUGITANA.
807

Carthage,
to right,

B.C. 410-310. Tetradrachm, Fore-part of bridled horse crowned by Victory flying above, in front corn-grain, and below, Punic legend 9> Date-palm tree, Punic legend on either side, wt. 266 grs., very fine

M

and
808

scarce

[PI. X.]
410-310.

1

Carthage,
necklace,
£>

B.C.

closely copied

Tetradrachm, Head of Persephone (very from the coins of Euainetos), wearing triple earring,
of corn leaves
;

M

and wreath

Horse standing to right before palm
of fine style

tree, wt.

around, four dolphins 266 grs., very fine and
1

[PL X]
410-310.

809

Carthage,
$t>

B.C.

M

Tetradrachm, Head

of the

Tyrian

Herakles, Melkarth, in lion's skin, to right Punic legend below bust of horse to left, behind, a date-palm,
wt.

265

grs., very fine

and of fine

810

Carthage,

B.C.

400-310.

M Tetradrachm,

bold style [PI.

X]
of

1

Head

Persephone to
j

left, wearing triple earring, necklace and wreath of corn leaves around, four dolphins

9>

Punic legend, Bust of Horse, with palm tree behind,
very fine
B.C. 400-310.

ivt.

263£

grs., 1

811

Carthage,
9>

M
and

Tetradrachm, Head of Persephone, as
of equally fine
left,

on the preceding

piece,

work
palm
tree,
wt.

No

legend, horse prancing to

before

262

grs., 1

very fine

812

Carthage,
hair
9>

Stater, Head of Persephone to left, and necklace with pendants, and corn wreath in wearing earring,
B.C.

340-242.

N

Horse standing to
B.C.

right, wt.

144

grs.,

very fine

and of fine

style

1
left,

813

Carthage,
$fc>

340-242.

El.

Stater,

Head

of Persephone to

wearing earring, and necklace with pendants Horse to right, wt. 117 grs., very fine and of fine
B.C.

style

1

814

Carthage,
left

241-218.

M

Dekadrachm, Head
wt.

of

Persephone to
very fine

9>

wearing earring, and wreath of corn Punic legend beneath Pegasus to right,

560

grs.,

and
1

very rare [PI.

X]
El. Piece of

814* Carthage, b.c 218-164.

One and

a half Staters,

Head
and

of Persephone wearing triple earring, necklace with pendants, corn wreath in hair
9>

wt.

Horse standing to right, above, radiate 162 grs., very fine and scarce
I

disc

with two uraei,
1

106
815

Carthage
left,

(?)

b.c. 241-218.

N Hemi-stater,
at
>l.,

hair rolled at sides

and turned up

Head of Persephone to back and decorated with
66£
grs.,

corn wreath
9>

in biga to right, in exergue excessively rare [PI.

Nike

wt.

very fine

and
1

X]

816

Carthaginian Coinage of Spain, (?) after b.c. 146. stater, Head of Persephone as on the Staters of Carthage
fy Bull to right,

N

Hemi-

on shoulder of and below crescent and disc,
[PI.

bull A., above star of eight points,
wt.

58^

grs.,

very fine

and very rare
1

X]

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PRIOR. LONDON. WHICH WILL BE SOLD BY AUCTION. MAY BE VIEWED TWO DAYS DRYDEN PRESS: J. CATALOGUES MAY BE HAD.C. 37. tUustratibe of tlje JFtns Jtrta. BY MESSRS. LONG ACRE. . SOTHEBY. the 24th of MAY. JVtutimtms of f itcrarg fpropertjr & Wioxkz No. 1 DAVY AND SONS. AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. W. WELLINGTON STREET. AT THEIR HOUSE. CATALOGUE OF THE VERY VALUABLE AND EXTENSIVE Ctflkrtitftt of JiUirals COMHEMOKATIVE OF BKITISH HISTORY. WILKINSON & HODGE.THE MONTAGU COLLECTION OF COINS. and Five following Days. 13. STRAND. 1897. On MONDAY.

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under James I the Great Civil War under Charles I Synod of Dort. viz. in order to entirety. and other Spanish defeats on land and sea under Elizabeth . . and to a extent illustrates that interesting work "The Medallic Illustrations great of British History. which are not published in that or any other medallic work. Jacobite under George I spiracy Eebellion.INTRODUCTION. . Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle. . in many instances. under Stuart (Elder Pretender). H. in its it is thought might have been done. George II. the destruction of the great Armada. . William III and Anne the unsuccessful attempts of Prince James . in Europe and America. Thein en Executors of the late Mr. local museums. Montagu not having succeeded effecting a private sale of this unequalled collection of Medals as it bloc. and the English and French struggle for supremacy on the American Continent. have now decided to offer it by public hoped that such a unique opportunity of acquiring of the highest magnitude. Dutch wars Commonwealth and Charles II the Monmouth Kebellion and War of the Eevolution under James II the great of the . the Quadruple Alliance and Jacobite conthe Spanish and French Wars. It is particularly rich in medals commemorative of the most eventful and troublesome periods of our history. Gunpowder Plot. no other specimens have been met with. &c. and other interesting medals." but it also contains a great number of very rare work (Henry VIII) down medals. the Peace with Spain. 1748. and The collection ranges from the earliest period of English medallic to the end of the reign of George II. &c. French wars and Marlborough's victories under William and Mary. was at first preserve auction rarities . 1745. the French and . and of which. may not and be lost sight of collectors by the various national and generally.

Thomas Simon. These comprise medals of the Battle of Nieuport. and in a great measure. and it is not possible many . Bebellion. Capture of Vigo. with loop). we are only able to enumerate a few. of a years of close pursuit to get together in as complete a state as and to this end. a brilliant series of Coronation Medals.General of the . Huy and the extremely rare Blenheim. Medal. known rare medal on the Capture of Thomas Pingo. Peace of Breda. 1667. the Scottish . 1633. that such an immense series of medals. 1704 . 1758. and of Henry Prince of Wales Charles I. from Charles I to Her Majesty Queen Victoria.&c. illustrative of British. 1688 . Synod of Dort.( iv ) A special feature in this fine collection is the Gold Medals. . 1703 . and given as a naval reward for victories over the Dutch under Van Tromp in 1653 . by the greatest of English artists. another on the same Peace and this size . he spared no expense or labour. WILKINSON & HODGE. Alliance of England and Holland.. 1746 regiments present (oval. given to officers commanding at the battle. Lord Ansori and Captain Cook. . 1600. all of which are of the highest rarity. and on his assumption of the Protectorate . and in conclusion. by specimens are at present navigators. and of which only four or five . 1639. the celebrated Blake " without border being awarded to officers under Post rank Charles II. the world's history. Montagu in this cabinet. Sir Thomas Fairfax " and oval badges of Lord Essex (with gold chain) and others of Cromwell as Captain. for want of space. We may add that the present collection took the late Mr. &c. Battle of Limbourg. 1667 at Torbay. struck by order of the Parliament. too much to say. . 1619. of which. commemorating his return to London from his Scottish Coronation. SOTHEBY. we must not omit to mention the existence few beautiful examples of the work of that talented engraver Simon Passe. Medals of the great CircumLoutsbourg. Culloden Medal. could hardly be got together at the present time. Landing of William of Orange 1702 Capture of Bonn. Parliamentary Army.

two one gilt. 4. 4 10 and 11).S. all very fine B . of M Wykeham. and another with bust of Queen Victoria. N. Yeo. William York. 9.d. (vol I. p. varieties. John Wiclif. ESQ. M= Copper. by Milton. Counters of Burgundy. p. probably of the 14th Century 13 I. by and M Milton. whose classification has been followed as far as possible. &c. and three . brass (vol. . EDWARD LOT 1 I. THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE HYMAN MONTAGU. tf=Gold. B. M commemorating its founder Elizabeth of Yeo. FIRST DAY'S SALE. Wyon. by Dassier . 10 and 11).A. &c. a. the tomb of Wykeham. &c. Vice-President of the Numismatic Society. F. Wyon. with bust of William of Wykeham. Prize Medals of (4). 2 Winchester College M.— RICHARD III. and M. three varieties. 1272-1485. M= Silver.B. rev. — The References are to the Medallic Illustrations of British History {Franks and Grueher). by Winchester Gayrard. B. The sizes are given in inches and tenths. all very fine Prize Medals. Roger Bacon. 9.CATALOGUE OF THE VERY VALUABLE AND EXTENSIVE COMMEMOBATIVE OF BRITISH HISTORY. College M M.

M. M gilt. Leg. viii. a Portcullis with chains above enclosing an open crown. I tj. 1486. obv. and belongs to a series of similar medallions said to have been executed by some goldsmiths at Prague towards the close of the 16th Century. 2-75. and the other without legend (vol. in front of an altar. and in centre.d. one with legend henricvs. very fine and extremely rare medal of German work of the period [PI. vxor. and with cloak on shoulders. VI] *** From the Bieber collection. casta.HENRY VII. 00 ^ fine cas ts °f a f^ore recent date. optatas. an inscribed cippus within a wreath. de gratia. a wreath of roses enclosing inscription. a very fine Tercentenary medallion. I. in four lines (vol. a. +sicvt. of Henry VIII. 2-25. long hair and short beard. this and unpublished in metal 1 Two Portrait Plaques. est. y). but a little burnished in field \ *#* This medal is supposed to commemorate the marriage of Henry VII with Elizabeth of York. Protestant Safeguard.. with celestial rays above. the date divided by the king's head . obv. founder of Corpus with full faced bust on (vol. 1485-1509. the king's 1526. I. &c. hat with drapery looped under the brim. Oxford. &c. anglie. vol. 3 Union of York and Lancaster. I. &c. probably after a painting by Holbein 2 . ivngimvs. bust nearly full faced. wearing the collar of rubies which (according to Evelyn) were afterwards sold by the family of M Charles I to supply the necessaries of life during their exile. VIII.. similar legends and type size but varying in treatment and this metal and fine (one 1*95).. and on Christi College. 1509-1547. omens. by Pidgeon. rev.d. &c. secvritas. sol. 1516. 4 Two others. 1T9 )» wry fine and rare.. 2-35. 4$). N &c. rev. rex. on the same event. both unpublished in 2 collection. Half length figures of man (with wreath) and wife (crowned) facing. their right hands clasped. rev. M altera.. highly decorative doublet. 1 Richard Fox. *** The smaller medal is from the Voelcker HENRY a.

lion to right looking back. and three 10 of Patrick Hamilton. and the latter of Florentine work of the beginning of the 18th Century. on legend as in previous lot. the former a modern M M impression from the die. all very fine 9 B 2 . pace. by Pingo on the Foundation of Christ's Hospital. M. probably by Stuart. of the same type (vol. and white metal . 2 10 Cession of Tournay to France. 59. Scottish Reformer. 1547. crowned rose on stalk between e— r . A beautiful chasing. rev. 1519. very rare with axe remaining in M. 3 Dassier's Medalets in M. gilt. with loop .. I. bust to right. et. with Portrait Plaque. y) 2 . on his death in 1535. finely chased oval badge. bolena. but a more recent cast. stump the (vol. 2*15. of the extremely rare medal of this King with inscriptions Hebrew and Greek 1 on reverse. potentissimi.. felled. translator of the Bible 1535. insignia. I. 1547. one anna. SVAVivs. Society of Blues. fortis. Portrait Medals. p. rev. with Hebrew and Greek inscriptions on rev. the other anna.. Tercentenary Medals. both varieties and unpublished. draped bust to right. bust to right with coif and necklace with pendant. 61 and 62). &c. boulen. and a Medal. two varieties. Medal. scarce . I. FELIX. type as the M silver piece in this lot (vol I.d. both very rare and unpublished medals. -£) 12 Coronation Jetton. s M 2-4. king on horseback to right. a fine and rare comtemporaneous cast and a pretty chasing. M. by Stuart. DE. the Peace of 1544. period. and of Myles Coverdale. and M M. by on the Foundation of Christ's Hospital. edward vi. and a Medal. M. perhaps of of Henry VIII. 60. (vol. 9 Queen Anne Boleyn. 11 VI. 1552 (6) four varieties. and pewter. Coronation. Foundation of Birmingham Free Grammar School. laureate bust of Francis to left. plain on rev. rev. both fine. coarse expressive work. with bust surrounded by laurel border terminating in loop. in 5 lines. stabilita. on the Supremacy of the Church 1545. . another Two Jettons JE. 21. JR. a cypress tree just §|). all fine varieties. the former apparently of French work and contemporaneous.. 1547-1553. and the latter a cast and chased production 2 EDWARD a. olet. M. M 13 Christ's Hospital. same Pingo. \L and f^). without legend. 1553 .8 Sir Thomas More. (7. M. 1-1. M. rev. &c.

trez) applying flaming torch to arms. a rather finer cast. 1555. consisting of the Pope. Cross quartering arms with date below. Charles of Germany. I.15. Philip II. but modern dies.14 Christ's Hospital. 15 Lady Jane Grey. rev. with crack the field. also perhaps by Emery. &c. and two small silver Honorary Rewards for boys of the school badge. 1.. as before. G. struck from flawed die. . right . mounted in frame with back engraved Society " Willm Hy of Blues. with III. 2*65. 2*65. Jettons. in imitation of coins. octagonal badge. DEI. perhaps contemporaneous 19 Mary. M. obv.. &c. ||). with titles on both sides 3 (vol. M. and but without rev. 1553. bust of Queen wearing coif to left. with bust between M R. rev. and legend edwardvs. cast on an extra thick 1 flan 20 Mary. both varieties.. with &c. 2&.D. 2*65. one with loop 3 MARY A. on same event as in last lot. by Cavino of V Padua struck 1 18 Pope Julius III. an early cast. M . M. her bust on perhaps. JR (2). I. cecis. another." and hall marked. I. Queen of Scots. on the state of England. 2 by 1*7. Amicable Society of Blues. a group of persons. 1553-1558. perhaps the prototype from which Count Potocki's fabrications were made 4 16 Francis and in mon. both fine and 2 rare contemporaneous medals (latter unpublished). . but pierced . by some these pieces are considered to be coins 2 Pope Julius T85. of Christ's Hospital. Mary — within a grained border with loop. medal. " Amicable sextvs. I. Another of Mary (Sola). two Jettons. -*-£)> a fi ne and rare original (and gilt at the time). (vol. and on rev. delicie. and the other a chasing of more modern style . I. one. but 1 21 another. M. fine the state of England. anglia. 1554. by Trezzo. his bust to right on obv. from right across Philip and Mary. Medal. JR. fm under a crown. with artist's signature. on the restoration of popery in England. Mary. Mary signature below (iac. 1780.. M. — Another. JR. but 2E. finely chased oval gilt. artist's . a and rare contemporaneous medal by Trezzo. with King's bust. bust of Mary on one side and Philip on the other. and without artist's signature . . both very fine and 17 scarce. . M. unpublished. 6 T and /). Arms crowned. 1555. resvrges. 1553. on VISVS. and Cardinal Pole (vol. by Emery. M under crown between crowned thistles. Staveley. Mary Q. dni. \\). with profile bust crowned to and rev. rev. and on a thinner flan Mary. rare . of Scots. JR.. MARIA. &c. with and a crowned rose between I r on rev. a cast of more recent times. by Trezzo. as in previous lot. 25 April. as before 6 5 {vol.

&c. I. 1557. Another of Philip II and Charles V of Germany by the same artist . JE. memorabilil. I. rev.. with Bellerophon on pegasus on rev.22 Philip of Spain. coif. a 1 26 Philip II. with rope border and loop. bust in armour and with Golden Fleece to left.. Ridley. half-length figure of the queen to left wearing a jewelled and a highly decorative bodice with pendant (after Trezzo). Quentin. one 1556. DVRCH. laureated bust to right. &c. reading 3 hispa. id. chimaera . Mary Queen of Scots. to and the other by Trezzo. MDLVII. dated 1557. and a similar Busts of Dassier's Medalets. and a small oval Badge. decidet. 1557. gilt. anno. 433) . Laureate and cuirassed bust to right. Quentin. NVNQ. mostly fine. 1560. 1558. rev. with English title . PAVL. &c. reading ANNO. allusion 3 24 Philip JR. Two others JE of Philip (alone). (vol. JR. by Poggini. on the Siege of St. KVNIG. I. |-§-). of back. cast and chased . DEN. 3' 15. of Cramner. and Dassier's Medalet. JR. 1556. Another of Philip II and Charles V. said to refer to the defeat of Wyatt's rebellion {vol. AVG. &c. a cast in high relief.. M. WARD. qvarto. A pomegranate (badge of Granada) between M — R. Bellerophon on pegasus F. X. type as silver specimen in this lot . and with rope border. manship). rev. {vol. r. and inscription on 23 rev.. amongst which are Tudor roses. virtvs. a variety of vol. Mieris III. referring to his journey to England. I If and |f ). some unpublished 1 5 . in mon. dated 1567. JR.. 27 Philip on Siege of St. Lasco. and unpublished slaying the and rare contem1 25 Mary gilt. medallion of St. 1 ||). with m. M. with date 1557 on truncation. of Philip and Mary (9). TAG. JR. including one of Philip. various Counters. rev. Quentin in on . by Poggini. Oval Badge {JR gilt) of Philip. POG. without England. &c. 1 -§£. II of France. within a border of various flowers. engraved at Siege of St. as before but JR. in the exergue. erat. PHILIP. rare ||). all fine and scarce contemporaneous medals centre rev. &c. Fountain in form of a female statue. on the peace between France and Spain Henry {v. another variety. II. gilt . Quentin. Mary and Philip on opposite sides {after Trezzo) with their titles {vol. lot in JE 15 Philip and Mary. . by Jacques Jonghelinck. AVG. SIC. of Martin Bucer. non. M. M. &c. within a similar border with loop at top and bottom. said to be the work of Leone Leoni. JE. Latimer. bearded and cuirassed bust a fine of king to left. rev. all very fine and contemporaneous medals. I. I. reading obsidiois. me. Three Counters in JE of Philip. poraneous medal. type as second medal in previous lot but without border. \f ). mdlvii. JR. 2 -15 by 1*85 beautiful and very rare chasing by Stuart {vol. JR (of modern workII.

VV). and an Electrotype (gilt) of the Earl of Leicester as Governor-General of the Low Countries (of which no original exists. 1558. p. all fine in exergue. 28 Portrait badge. M. two others. a beautiful chasing by Stuart Portrait Plaque. with bust of Queen Elizabeth. I. halfand full-faced bust of queen holding sceptre and orb. M. has been gilt . 134. one gilt. a fine cJiasing by Stuart (?). mihi. and virescit. falling from heaven (vol. CVM. M 29 Francis. laureated bust to left (vol. regina. Pope. engraved legends. rev. Elizabeth. qvem. M. anglis. rev. 133. with plain reverse (vol. mvndi. a beautiful and rare 1 chasing. abvndantia. one without legend . d. and mostly very fine M M 34 Queen Elizabeth's Support to Protestants in Belgium. Arms of Dauphine and Scotland impaled under a crown. the first in extremely fine condition 4 . &c. the original dies preserved in the Paris mint 30 Penrith Free Grammar School. &c. as it was destroyed by fire). M. g. vvlnere.. &c. (oval). 135. 1585. HOC. founded 1562. mea. a vine tree with one branch withered. (3). unpublished in this metal. I. I. Belgian jealousy of Leicester. hib. . M. Saviour's School. M . a hand issuing from clouds pruning the 3 withered part of a vine (vol. a. f. conficiet. Francis and Mary as before. varieties with view of 7 (vol. &c. prize medals building. Phoenix in the flames. 32 Mary Queen of Scots. the other receiving water from an urn in the clouds.ELIZABETH. with her bust to left. and above. JEa (2). to the (7). perhaps by Stuart. and two Jettons. M. all varieties in detail. singularis. &c. by Kirk and Taylor 31 M. 1587. South wark. the queen's 1 monogram under crown. &c.D. felices. 1586. busts vis-a-vis under a crown. plain. fecit. devs. 1-^) . &c. and ±%). St. Dassier's • Knox. A. and varying in size and hall-marks. et. 1558-1603. of 1579. with loops Medalet of John (vol. 1586 (vol. I. bishops and other ecclesiastics. rev. and others in (9). sic. Protection of Bergen-op-Zoom. and unpublished. vtraqve. &c. and another in M. after Primavera. arabes. s\\§-g)> all fine Phoenix Badge of Elizabeth. meriti. 1560. 128 and 129). M. and length wearing a highly ornamental dress rev. &c. and Mary Queen of Scots. 1586. Francis II on the Peace of Edinburgh. ^). I. pax. I. I. p. all fine 33 Jettons. in brass. ^ and modern impressions from 4 prize medals (2). 16 138). on their marriage. rev. one gilt. founded 1564. relating to Elizabeth's assistance United Provinces.

Justice with scales (vol. l^dor. &c. with rainbow and sun above.35 Queen Elizabeth's Support to Protestants in Belgium. tranqvilla. I. j Elizabeth. SIC. and a pewter Medal (oval) of 6 in. all fine 8 Defeat of the Spanish Armada. &c. struck 36 Jettons. JR (gilt). M. and dove bringing the olive branch to the ark. vndas. all varieties. tree 1589. M. on the new contemporaneous cast. jeqvo. I. I. . M. toto. M. 1587. with loop and eyelets. Dissensions of the United Provinces. 1588 (vol. I. legend on rev. p. toto. ^ ). of the Phoenix Badge rev. destruction of the Spanish Armada. Earl of Leicester. by Petit. and arms surrounded M by the Garter motto on both 37 sides (vol. M. and perhaps Queen Elizabeth. a fine and rare. tM)j and two others in iE. -£§)Leicester. &c. ditior &c. devs. on his resignation of the Governorship of the Low Countries. &c. y£|). bay tree. M. Earl of falling from heaven. 1587. with plain modern Medal. . a fine and a modern Chasing in brass. (vol. I. 5 rev. rev. (3). NON. M. Ark on waves. &c. with portrait. the former fine. I. I. 1/1 (vol. T55. £££). one of the size 2*3. (vol. ERAT. &c. conficiet. on averted dangers. allidor. per. qvem. and chasing. |£f) . &c. similar to the above. with wreath border 1 39 Naval Reward. and the latter very rare as M a contemporaneous cast 2 42 Robert Dudley. pericvla. the . but differently treated. 2 40 Averted Dangers. gregem. VV)> all fine coinage. a very fine and rare on an extra thick flan 1 variety. bishops. and other ecclesiastics 1 Kobert Dudley. . andothei ecclesiastics falling from heaven (vol. a fine and apparently early cast. bishops. Pope. the bay tree type 38 Naval Reward of Queen Elizabeth. (vol. in. a two Electrotypes (gilt) of the medal cast medal with loop and ring . non. Queen Elizabeth. &c. ipsa. and Nicholls on truncation of queen's bust . both very fine sevas. I. conficiet. of same types. Pope. as before. on the 146 and 147). M. and another. probably of the last century . on M same event but dated 1588 (vol. y^). &c. M. M. 2-1. three others. chased oval Badge. devs. (vol. 1588. 1587. M. and Phoenix Badge. \%%). a fine and unpublished chasing. oval of cast. perhaps of the last century. on an island in the sea between E — Bay R. 1587. chased silver Medal of Philip II on the same event. 3 the other a modern cast with plain reverse 41 Elizabeth's Support of Protestants in Belgium. but modern and JE .. 1. M. chasings in TRAHITE. rev. 1587. and other details. Counter. qvem. 1589. 1*90. NON. latter with floral border. ditior. perhaps contemporaneous.

armorial bearings of Heneage. Or. &c. . as in previous lot. JR. module. 1596. me. et. similar rev. 1596. both in above Jehovah in Hebrew characters 49 very fine state 2 Invasion defeated. Spanish ships in distress. Counter. -H-f). qvid. &c. 2'. founded 2-. without 12 legend (I. another variety on the same event. 21. and above. 411). &c. JR. 2- and 1*55. 162). obverse. Counters. logicis. Alliance of England. l^edor. rev. 1596.. all very fine 47 Public Thanksgiving for the Defeat of the Spanish Armada. Invasion defeated. yff). &c. former rare. Counters. the latter on a 2 45 Sir Thomas Heneage. same types. berc. y|f ). Spanish Defeat at Turnhout. devs. yff )> the first and 3 are fine struck medals . I. both very fine state. perseqveris. avspiciis. 2 -05. type as in previous lot. (2. rev. me. Treasurer at War. and the United Provinces.8 43 Defeat of the Spanish Armada. vide. mevrs. Trinity College. 161. 1588. rev. on the same event. another. rev. 2 - . vive. and another of smaller and scarce. The forces of Prince Maurice pursuing the Spanish troops . allidor. p. all varieties of type or M M metal (vol. QVID. but a and cast . with loop and ring. 153. 1596. &c. a greyhound courant Sa. legend. 2*05. &c. fast thoe untyed. and the United Prop. 1597. France. a knot with loosened ends 1 yf i)> a very fi716 an d ex ^ra rare engraved counter 46 Alliance of England. and United Provinces. JR. one JR. with rev. type as before. and struck on a thick flan Tf f ). iE. magnvs. JR. thinner flan 2. 1589. in eleven lines across the field (I. I. y-|f). all fine and scarce 5 M 48 Alliance of England. nexos. both fine and rare. France. JR. Dublin. 2-15. Hand holding the allied shields from a cord. 1588 (vol. JR (2) and (2) varieties in each metal (vol. 1597. last &c. 2-1. JR. vinces. both fine casts.. (I. three modern prize medals. (I. 2-05. and in centre venit. 1588. alpen. the latter cast. NON. between three leopards' faces az. (4). 1596. JR. with border and loop 2 50 Spanish Defeat at Turnhout. 4ff) > another variety. the other two M. 1. favore. tv. 1591. 2. ordinvm. Belgic lion to left. (vol. 1588. ethicis. 2. perseqveris. JR.. France. JR. JR. I. veni. I. JR gilt. JR. &c. Spanish war vessels on the rocks.. the 2 44 Defeat of the Spanish Armada. principis. (4). struck medal . vidit. and another in brass. 160. Church on a rock in the sea subjected to the force of the elements. (J.

ordinvm. CiESO. &c. 1597. -fH). signis. m. Deventer. by P. the latter rare 2 52 Spanish Defeats. N. 53a Deliverance of the States of Overyssel from the Spaniards. in eleven of the Council of Overyssel . yff ) two others. milit. JR. victor. tvrnhovt. detail (I. a third variety with m. and in field the date 1600 (/. 1597. ord. &c. 1597. with m. encircling the four shields of Overyssel. (I. another. i|f ). quatrefoil. and small stars in all very fine. in nine lines. avsp. Maurice on horseback to on both sides. rev. on band Zwolle. 1*7. 1600. three others. Campen. the last medal 3 54 Battle of Nieuport. legend. &o. captis cxxx to. &c. and &c. encircled by legend. on same event. both very fine m. Spanish Defeats. with the shields of P. and trampling on his enemies. Maurice and Holland above (I. rev. JR. and struck on a somewhat 2 53b Two other varieties. mvtva. alb. bredevorda.. 1597. an d i* i s has been met with. cross-crosslet on obv. to. Maurice. and the last very rare 1598. i£§) .51 Spanish Defeats. &c. and around are shields of the seventeen max. Campen and Members 2-1. fvgatoq' a. M. 2*05. Prince right. and unique as far as is 1 known 53 Battle of Turnhout. signis. Counters. lis between date 16 a retrospective — 41. addedit. 2-2. M. with view of city and river underneath . rediit. princeps. yy^). Siege of Fort St. (/. JR and JR and M. ordinvm. in brilliant cinquefoil . m. j rev. grolla. Three mailed hands issuing from 14 wreath.. 1597. in clouds the name of Jehovah. transissvlani^e. 1597. and with loop. on same event. &c. M Belgic lion. compvlso. one m. Military trophy. et. m. but with thinner to. neop. in seven lines across the field (7. Prince Maurice on horseback to right. the other with m. JR. Shield of Overyssel joined to those Zwolle. &c.. JR. sword in hand. closed quatrefoil. rev. yf-f). 2'2. transissvlanle. Andrew. Andrew. iff). defensio. AD. the former extremely fine. lines across field (I. del opt. above. &c. avst. of Deventer. T y T ). in the distance a battle on land and sea. &c. &c. JR. manv. hispanis. m. '> M M . Defection of Henry IV of France from the Allies.. open quatrefoil. Trophy of arms. M. and (2). pr^esid. (3) and M (3) varieties in (I. mostly very fine. fine and extremely stated in the Medallic Illustrations that no specimen of this medal rare. mavr. Capture of Grol and Bredevoort. 2-05. and rev. flan. Cock with expanded wings standing on warlike implements under two shields .

(2). bloc. (vol. not known to Med. /R gilt. 1601. and M. |ff) two others. I. (I. which were placed in the fore front of the battle. Ecu M M M M M army intrenched before Rheinberg (Van last Loon. ttj)> a fine an d 1 very rare cast medal. on under bust the artist's the same event. same type . 1*60. similar. opvs. 1600. on same event. Counters. all rare and very fine. I. another. by rev. depress. Counter.. p. and Counters.10 Lot 54 — continued. with loop. and Mr. M. Tyf ). vi. Conrad van Bloc. mdci. tandem. 1 — 542). as previous lot. (2). F.. 1602. both fine and rare 2 his Capture of Grave. CAPIMVS. the letters s c in the waves (/. svrcvlvs. two rare. state. Battle scene . An orange tree growing from an old trunk (vol. 57 Rheinberg taken and Ostend defended. by P. below . V. 1*3. 4-ff ) . 1600. and of extreme rarity . I. and unpublished . tions of Grave and adjacent country . &c. &c. Specimens of this medal were struck in gold and silver for distribution amongst the 55 officers. HANC. 115 with loop and ring. gravia. &c. and M. and Defeat of Spanish 1602. varieties as (vol. M gilt. 2*2. &c. 2-2. three varieties in M. Maurice's struck to weight of the . Prince of Orange. 10 1601. P. Maurice. and very fine 1 59 The Capture of Grave. defendimvs istam. (vol. and — in the finest state 1 58 The Capture of Grave. N. and (2) varieties as (/. Prince of Orange. of same type. Battle of Nieuport. f. but signature c. 1-85. rev. 2& gilt. 4yf )> an ^tremely rare (if not unique) piece in this metal. type as medal in previous lot. B. JR. but struck on a thinner flan . 1602. and his success was mainly owing to the presence of 1500 English troops. Tg$). I. struck on an extra thick flan. trirem. and 60 Maurice. III. Thomas's) [PI. VI] is 1 *** This beautiful medal commemorates Prince Maurice's victory over the Archduke Albert. types 3 holed 56 M. 175 and 176). M. Plan of the fortificaSquadron. all very fine. in this metal Ar . this is probably the Trattle specimen {afterwards from the Voombergh sale. on two others 61 in ^E and brass. on same event. all fine casts. another. Bust to right with con. &c.. CAPTA. Rheinberg invested. Rheinberg taken and Ostend defended. rare. the second Battle of Nieuport. and a contemporaneous cast. hoc. under the command of Sir Francis Vere. rev. fit. Ostend invested. and contemporaneous 4 Maurice.

1-80 and with loops and open work borders. and treading on a dragon and snail. |ff-). et. B. similar type. and was formerly in 66 Queen Elizabeth. one with loop. in rich puffed gown. with c. M. Ma ET. in commemoration of her CADET.. Queen (nearly full-faced). M A. iesse. droit. flos. of JR gilt (2). and holding sceptre and orb. Nuremberg 11 gilt. 1 This rare medal is of the weight 285*4 the Addington collection. Arm issuing from clouds holding sword over portico between the date (/. in four lines (vol. castis. regina. 1-35. small oval with loop. holding a crown. rev. 1602.11 62 Maurice. on the Capture of Grave. M. by Simon Passe. Prince of Orange. leo. extremely rare and in fine 1 condition *** This rare oval plate was executed some years after the Queen's The portrait death. Prince of Orange. Ma . stamped in imitation of engraving. above diev. on the same 1*70. M (2). TVO. another. TVIS. and three Counters in 2&. fortis. event. oval. with rope border but no loop. &c. Medallic Portrait. Orange. but a 4 struck specimen. in and stiff collar. I. successful reign. diadema. a fine medal of great rarity and interest • a co. fe. a rare and beautifully in this metal the same event.. . M and M.. de. perenne. rev. Minerva to left with streaming drapery. mon. &c. and brass. 64 Defence of Ostend. DEXTRIS. cast Medals in one with loop. all of same M type as before. Crowned bust of Queen three-quarter face to right. iff). above Si. ELIZ. 1*35. and of similar type. and unpublished 1 [PL I] 1602. as the earliest works of Passe are dated 1613. M. &c. another. above her head. with small ruff — [PL * I] grs. on this piece is copied from a miniature by Isaac Oliver. gilt (2). 2-40 by 1-95. and below on a tablet qvi. on N. A. armatvs. Elizabeth Portrait cliche. LATERE. two hands issuing from the sun and moon. struck medal by Bloc. with erect ruff.. all fine and rare medals. Elizabeth. both very rare and latter unpublished in this metal. est. under bust. Half-length figure of rich dress. in the field minerva 1602. de. especially the last 63 Maurice. 1602. 1-2. v. f. Pas. unpublished. Prince Maurice JR. ivda. et. 1-6. chiefly fine 65 Queen M.. Royal arms within the Garter crowned and with lion and dragon supporters. 1*55.

prvdens qvi. fallax. : 68 Sir Edward Coke. of 2 lions Thomas Cecil Lord Burghley. M *** Sir Thomas Sackville was created Lord Buckhurst in 1567. on a thin flan. .G. M. and with a jewel under the brim . cast and rare in this state but a very fine 1 . rial statant to left Counter. 1604. with Escutcheon (I. % ).. A leopard between the date (7. magnanimis. sola. Coke rev. ecce. which office he held till his death. Arms of . &c. Thomas Sackville. and on rev. flan. | ). and Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench in 1613. same legends and type. astvtia. phaos. . 1 -1. 1 1 M. crest supporting a the last rare 3 g.. modern * * Sir * copies of the original. and 2&. Counter. D. K. M Cecil.. patiens. varieties with larger shield and leopard. Counters 1 9 1*15. and in the latter reign was appointed to the offices of Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in 1606. semper. Counter M. 1*15. rev. on the Peace with Spain. Peace holding a palm branch opposite to Religion 93 /m and verV holding a beacon. Earl of Salisbury. type as before. &c. sed. (1. with hat crowned and plumed. and the first medal issued in England for that purpose. x f 8 ) two others. 1603-1625. all very fine and James I. B. Lion 69 Sir John Fortescue. nobilitas. f°). the date in the exergue (I. 1-15. x 4 )> a fi rare struck medal 1 72 Another Medal on the same event. Sir Robert (4). 1603. on his Coronation. coke attornat generalis. W). both rare and very fine 2 (I. Counter. all fine and rare contemporaneous pieces rampant to left. 1603. &c. rev. on same event. rev. and in 1599 he was appointed Lord High Treasurer. iacobvs. ^? ). all fine 6 Edward Coke was Attorney-General under Queen Elizabeth and James I.1602. afterwards gilt. edw.. (/. ingenita.. 1*4. 71 rev.. &c. VIL. serio. 1-1. SCO. &c. but struck on a thick James I. sero. d. Arms within the Garter rev. on her Coronation. JR. T15. 1 70 Anne of Denmark.T. M. and obv. Ostrich with horse-shoe in its beak and a Modern Leaden Plaque (oval) of the same famous with his bust to right. wheatsheaf . &c. his name engraved. the first rare. Three-quarter faced bust of King to right.SACKbvch. &c. JR. struck by order of the late Marquis of Salisbury for use as Card Counters.M5. x an(i a Counter.fl. A. lawyer. copia. pax.Counter. fidelis. JR.D. legend ra 1 9 3 terminating av (I. struck Anne of Denmark (Queen of James I). 1*1. in M.. M and Mplated. ang. (I.12 JAMES 67 I. laureated and cuirassed bust to right. Lord Buckhurst. f 9 ). struck for distribution on that occasion.. . Armobearings of Fortescue . hinc.

Prince of Wales. VIM. belg. all fine. Counter. and a medal. non.. Henry. &c. all fine and interesting 6 75 Alliance of England. A. Three shields supported by hand issu- ing from clouds. Counters JR and M. &c. rare 1 Sir 77 Thomas Bod ley. ORD. in JR and M. 1-7. mentis. Alliance Plot. France and the United Provinces. factvm. another. rev. The French lis and 8 English rose crowned above the Dutch lion (J. on his death. ORD. on struck in the his death. 1613. Counter. CONTRA. another. loop. with laureated the last a modern chasing 3 (2). struck on the same occasion by the Province of X 9 Utrecht. REGE. 1 *3 and by 1 '15. &c. 2. belg. plugged . M. another . IVNCTA. &c. &c. contra. this metal. fax. France and the United Provinces. 125. . former with openwork and a Plaque. &c.13 73 Two other Casts. in the Hunterian N. an extremely fine medal and . France and the United Provinces. Three conjoined hearts with iehovah above radiated . Founder of the Public Library. JR. \^ ). and cuirassed bust to 74 event.domino. on his fax. 1*15. rev. antistes. &c. very fine but unfortunately silver rim. (/.. as before. JR. but set in a plain with a fancy punched out inner circle on both sides. and of the same type.. 80 I] 1 Frederick. foed. of similar type. &c. 2% ). crowned. 2-5. 1609. on the same event. 1612. suspended from a hand issuing from clouds FOED. of England. *$£ ) . 1609. in The Gunpowder mitasti. 1612. Three shields. a very fine and extremely rare piece in Museum [PI. all 3 fine 78 Henry. vim. very fine. JR. with chronogrammatic \^ 6 ). JR gilt. in border. JR. JR. Counter. Prince of Wales. and the other a beautiful cliche (struck) . 1*50. in extremely fine state. mentis. Arms death. JR. but of which Medallic Illustrations only give one other specimen. oval with open-work border Marriage. rare in this condition 1 79 Henry. 1609. without rev. M and M. Count Palatine and Princess Elizabeth. JR. Counters (2). with bust on either side. and latter with loop right. JE. in JE gilt. Counter. surmounted with coronet and plumes (I. one with (I. two of them rev. of the Princess alone. unpublished 4 . Prince of Wales. JR. corda. 1*15. oval. a. on same . &c.. tyrannorvm. 1*4.. honesty. 1612. dordate (/. similar type to the specimen in the previous lot. fidelivm. and one (the second) from the Voelcker cabinet. chased modern copy of the original. rare in this state 1 76 Alliance of England.. ^%°). 2-. Oxford. in ten lines. cast on their chased. 1605. two others.

a Plaque in 2&. cast. and a cast Medal of the Princess Elizabeth Countess Palatine. left 2. D. privil. Scroll border in place of legend. (I. Fame winged and drawn by fine lion and 1 unicorn. ^'). threein armour. with loop. and enamelled in various colours. 1-45 by 1*2. ^E and JE gilt. a beautiful chasing by Stuart (?) 1 85 Maurice. both fine casts and beautifully chased 87 Two others of the same personage. the whole surrounded by an outer scroll border. Prince of Orange. another. in high headdress. and richly ornamented dress 2 QVHO.. 2 his Investiture as a Knight of the M. &c. oval. veritate.. CAN. on her marriage. compare. QVM. 83* Princess Elizabeth. rev.14 81 Frederick. from the Voelcker cabinet 84 Lady Arabella Stuart. sim. attached to the interior of an original and curiously turned wooden box of the period. 2-15 by 1*8. by rev. rev. Bust to right. 21 by 17. and in centre a crowned harp. and unpublished .. Prince of Orange. # Montagu considered this badge might be contemporaneous. Badge. both fine contemporaneous casts. sic. with loops. two beautiful Portrait Cliches. on their Marriage. iacobvs. &c. with loop . 86 Maurice. fine and rare 1 * * Mr. M. post. Arms within the Garter crowned quarters right. M... three-quarter . M. Complimentary Medal. fide. &c. a and very rare 83 The Honorable Irish Society. 1615. M. SPE. 1 a very fine and rare medal. with left hand on hour glass and below cvm. but that the enamelling was of a more recent period. another of similar type. with loop. on same event and but with loop . the former not chased . Death over a tomb stone. brit. 1613. rev. &c. Prince's bust. hair. bust of the Princess nearly full-faced. of the Count and Princess. collar. both fine contemporaneous casts 2 of similar type. M. N. &c. M (gilt). Crowned and draped bust of King to right .. similar obv. 3 variety with Vandyked edge of the ruff omitted. on Garter at the Hague. &c. with coronet. with. half-length face to figure. medal consisting of two plates united by a rim &c. Count Palatine and Princess Elizabeth. rev. me. (/. and wearing a very low bodice . 1-45. pvlcherrima. but with plain 2 rev. oval. wearing jewels in her and with stiff lace ruff with Vandyked edge seated in car . 1613. on her death. MAG. with loop and ring for suspension. nvnc. this extremely rare medallic box is perhaps unique 1 1*7 82 Princess Elizabeth. and holding trumpet and anchor. G. ^ 5 ).

La mia Grandezza. and with supporters . headed bust of king. maintiendrai. oval Portrait Medal. necklace and low bodice . by Simon Passe.15 88 James oval Portrait Medal. Vr ). and with the George of the Garter around his neck suspended from a riband. britanniae. nas. princeps. three-quarters right. M. but with tiny hole at the top. a coronet and motto. G. with collar. a very fine and rare specimen of this great artist's work 1 89 Queen Anne. above. a charming specimen of Passe' s work.". by Simon Passe. D. wearing decorative armour. &c. rev. bare headed bust of the prince. and lambrequins . beati. carolvs. Regina. crowned. M. princ. does not interfere with any part of the legend or type 1 *** Mr. Koyal arms within the Garter. bareI. by right. at the sides." (II. IE. Prince of Wales. stiff lace collar. rev. work. arbor. anna. s. with supporters. Montagu was of opinion that this medal was unsigned. and George of the Garter. with lace ruff and rich doublet. three-quarters in lace ruff. et. three-quarters right. with a view of Hampton Court in the distance . Armorial shield of the prince within the Garter. Jacobus. Armorial shield of Anne of Denmark garnished. in mon. an orange branch and scroll inscribed " Tandem. below. rev.. PR. Fra. del gratia. Britt. below. Maurice. Britt. i — k. CO. P. magnae. by Simon Passe. Charles. and fe. . 2-2 by 1*7. io. . helmet and crest. nassou. . ILL. legend around. but on the left edge of the obv. 1616. s. iacobvs. in lace ruff and ermine robe. dal. fit. below. surculus. a minute sp. ET. below on a scroll. 2-4 by 2. G. 1 -9.. BRITANNIA. P. however. pacifici. (I. great rarity 7 £ 5 ).. can be traced with a powerful 91 glass. Anna. . just above et. & Hyb. below. MAVRITIVS. M. Mag. M. illvstris. &c. divided by shield bearing the Prince's 2 plumes (I. pri. MAGNAE. and with scarf across. ^y). and of 1 . rev. an extremely fine piece of work. (7. . poten. right. 1616. Vg 5 ). and below. extremely rare 1 "%* This medal served 90 as a companion to that in previous lot. at and fe . A7. of oval Portrait Medal. The Prince on horseback to right. Prince of Orange. three-quarters. and extremely rare. bare headed bust of the Prince. holding a baton. oval Portrait Medal. Eccelso. Rex. 2-4 by Simon Passe. &c. and "Simon Pafsazus sculpsit. CAROLVS. above. 2-2 by 1*7. with jewels in hair. D. legend around. bust Anne. &c. a crown between Mag. Fra. . the sides in mon. & Hybe. EXC. a beautiful example of this artist's and in his best style. which. del gratia.

1618. and pathway and pilgrims up the 1 rock more clearly defined. &c. both and with loop (7. on the Coronation of Frederick Bohemia. Counter. Bust of Dorothy in ruff. JR. of great rarity. cast and chased oval bronze Plaque of modern work. who designed the Banqueting House. (2). 1616 (7. a small Shell. but of different work. in 1616. but with long rays below the name of Jehovah. 1*1. JR.Charles Prince of Wales. unpublished and presumed unique in this metal [PI. Counter. N. Anne and Prince Charles. a fine and rare contemporaneous 1 medal. the inscription — 97 Another Medal on the same event. 1619. (I. '9. Founders of Wadham ColOxford. but in extremely fine state in JR. mons. vt. JR. W). 1619. in the foreground 95 The Synod of Dort. founded 1604. 1*15. asserta. JR. very fine 1 — — . James I. (1. M. bare headed lege. a small and perhaps unpublished Badge. '7. Two oval leaden casts of Simon M Passe's medals of Frederick and Elizabeth of Bohemia and son. as before. Christ. with title of Prince of Wales omitted (7. JR and Art Union Medals. VT] 1 of Jehovah. 2-3. and a dog introduced amongst the spectators in the foreground on the obv. of Henry Prince of Wales and Prince Charles. &c. roughly engraved and busts cut round. Temple on rock assailed by the four winds. (Fan Loon. of Inigo Jones. JR. and 7 Richard Sackville Earl of Dorset . executed at a later period.16 92 Nicholas and Dorothy Wadham. Prize Medals. similar but with short rays below the cvm priv. who. is. JR. religione. rev. 1619. JR. ervnt. y^) . deo. 16 19. 2-15 by IS. of similar type. dante. the Council assembled in the Chamber of the Doel at Dort are spectators dividing cvm priv. consisting of two plates soldered together 93 Nicholas and Dorothy Wadham. &c. bust of Nicholas in ruff and plain cloak . one in bronze. Pingo. when. 1 98 Peter Blundell's School at Tiverton. omitted. broad-brimmed hat and rich gown. &c. all fine of — and rare 5 94 The Synod of Dort. narrow wreath border on sides. on the Cautionary Towns restored to the United Provinces. of exactly the same type. rev. V?). by L. %pf). 11 120). very fine 96 The Synod of name Dort.. W)> an extremely fine medal with loop. Whitehall. JR. 1619.

1*. five hands supporting a crown under the name of Jehovah (/. with sword point dividing REDDITA. V C . in an oval cartouche. with date 1627. JE. &c. and on rev. le Maintiendray. donec. 1626. . as before but without loop. on tablet. demvm. engraved le Meintiendray (sic) on tablet under arms. M. JR. a rare medal. both fine same type. 2 2 5 ¥¥ ). s¥a^5 ) . two varieties. Prince of Orange. on same event. both very fine 2 100 The Synod of initials Dort. B. but with loop for suspension (7. on the same event. but a variety without Cum Privil. (Cornelius Wyntjes). below (J. struck on thick flan. in commemoration over that of Spain off Peru and Brazil in 1624. M. F. gilt. but with bust and rare of Frederick alone (/. on their Coronation. divided by M. the Belgic lion . one very fine. (I. 1*2. with loop. holed. I. -8. 1619. JR. 2-35. conjoined busts to right.1'Q5 by 1-4. the with loop for suspension. and w to right . 2*6. and Cum Privil. with bare-headed and armoured bust 3 to right with ruff. CHARLES 1625-1649. by Briot. between D D and d I (J. rays above crown above busts. 2-6. 2 another. and N. ^) M and rare. . of rev. between date. another. 1619. T ) (engraved). and rare 2 101 The Synod of Dort. with the name of Jehovah above c —w. JR. another.D. and obv. 2 and another in of same type. respvblica. Coronation. but a variety with of arms. and lozenge stops in legend. on same event. M. 2-3. &c. and dated 1626. and with loop another variety. another. 1619. M. (3). and fine. pax. and in extremely fine state 1 The Synod C to left 102 of Dort. Prince of Orange. victories gained 2*7. ^ 3 ). 1619. &c. both rare and unpublished 3 William Camden. below. Arms within Garter and by the Dutch fleet scroll between date both fine crowned. bust of the Prince within a border of the seven shields of the United Provinces. but with fvndit. the latter unpublished in this metal 2 104 Maurice. M. 2 3 ). m\FRiDERi. 105 Marriage Jettons. legend engraved. similar type.G. -9. mostly and the last rare 7 fine.COM.17 99 Frederick and Elizabeth of Bohemia. and in centre. crowned to left. JR. 1625 busts .PALAT &c. M. M. — — ^ by Briot. M. composed of strawberry leaves. 2-3. of same type. the crown on rev. the fleur-de-lis in legend . by CdquA medals. but flan. and on a thinner tremely fine medal former an ex- 2 of the 103 Maurice. amor. and a Cliche". M. similar type.

terra. all fine and rare counters. 2T4o3 )> I. 109 Frederick Henry. and collar of the Garter. ANGLis. 1627 (/. with the royal arms on obv. a very 1 110 Louis on the Island of Rhe." M. princeps. 2-25. in ruff. christianiss. ivstvs. M. rev. 1628. one by Dassier. in saltire (7. and unpublished in this three others in JE. K. and M 8 with brass centre. with fleet in the distance. fine &c. M. all fine 4 108 Frederick Henry. the King standing upon a rostral column amidst implements of war. avg. on a rock in the sea. on his election as a Knight of the Garter. rev. hand issuing from clouds holding sword. in brass. Prince of Orange. *^-6 ). 1629. and sceptre. y 1*1 on the Order of the Garter. 1'75.. pierced 2 3-35. 1*75. victis. lace collar and scarf surrounded by titles and the seven shields of the United Provinces. xiii. rev. of the same personage. fvsis.18 106 Charles on his Coronation. died 1626. below. by Jan van Bylaer. with lace collar and order of the Garter. Prince of Orange. in the exergue of rev. Arms within Garter crowned 2 (/. by Briot. 111 Tribute to Henrietta Maria. some unpublished . regit. y°) . extremely fine and very rare in this metal 1 107 Francis Bacon. crowned bust ermine robes. rex. bare-headed and three-quarter faced bust to right. g^&f 4) Charles I (2). . another. Wyon. a beautifully executed medal. varieties. &c. nicely embossed and chased XIII. bare-headed bust of Prince in armour. instead of the King's bust (7. fvgatis. &c. and rare hollow medal. pivs. arms as before (2. M. fel. AMELIA. but Prince's bust three-quarters right. 2*2 by 1*75. JE. Attack ir. on same event. 11. two varieties. 2E. fredericvs.b. 1627. laureated bust of King to right.g. mariq. and on rev. &c. PAX. frosted and under metal . (7. 1627. on the same event. M. and N. three others in M. by W. the other two of the "Series Numismatica. with ruff. 1*1. Lord Verulam. vnvs. another. 1626. donec. d. henricvs. 1*2. (I. rev. with date or n. JST. &c. glass. 1628. both fine and rare. on his request to Parliament to increase the naval and — and trident military forces of the kingdom. JR and JE. Royal Institution Medal. Vb')> a fine and extremely rare contemporaneous 1 medal * * This medal was executed in commemoration of the * repulse of the English from the Isle of Rhe under the command of the Duke of Buckingham. 1828." by Cdqui. *-££) . the latter a cast and chased medal. lvdovic. patrleqve.G. "For Chemical Discoveries. B. veiled bust of the Princess to leit(Fan Loon. ^- 6 ) . 289). rev. below.

similar legends. 1-2. et. rev. of pretty 116 Dominion of the Sea. qyje. rev. bust with plain falling collar. &c. by N. nvlli. Eoyal arms crosswise in four heart-shaped shields united at the bases. reading FRA.. Baptism of Prince Charles 1630 (2). 1630. bare headed bust three-quarters right. 1 1630. the another in M of the same former scarce type. hib. 1-2. modern oval chasing of the last century. on the recapture of Maestricht and Limburg 1632. both very fine. of the Sea.. M. work 4 by 1*70. JR. M. Dominion a cast. M. varieties. jV. (7. tions of Maestricht. NEC. . •92. Vo 2 by iV. 1830. bust with both -^E. similar obv. anglorvm. bust with ruff. HI. 6 )> NEC. hactenvs. 1*15 and 1*. meta. cast and chased. rev. Plan of the city and fortifications of Maestricht. one unpublished. &c. 2-3. M. M. 1633. jetton. M. of similar type. Inscription in five lines in square tablet. "95. two others. 2 4 ). another variety on obv. 2% bust as before. (I. and rare in this metal \ c 2 . AT. mihi. Counter. HINC. but of smaller module. potent. NOSTRA. Ship in full sail to right and two smaller Counters. on same event. Counter. I. and on rev. &c. 2'2. and reading fra. another in M of the same type. [PI. N. qvi. 1-1. but garnished oval shields cross-wise with sun's rays in the angles. 1630. but legend commencing MEM. crowned bust to left. in seven lines. fine T /). et. the gold piece rare 5 115 Charles ruff. &c. Prince of Orange. ermine robes. britann. around.. by Briot. caroli. j rev. and below rynberck. by Briot. M. and the former rare 2 114 Birth of Prince Charles. I. qve. rick Henry. Plan of the city and fortifica. a fine and ^ rare cast medal of the time 2 118 Frederick Henry.19 112 Birth of Prince Charles. &c. &c. Briot. hi. and 2 113 Birth of Prince Charles. 1*1. 1% a variety of the preceding pieces reading fr. Sir Hugh Myddelton. (7. (/. mihi. 2*15. Rheinberg. *££). T ^). as before 2 6 (I. and 9 8 collars of the Garter and Thistle. Counter. 1630. N. mag. fine. and very fine. Briot. meta. rare as a struck variety. all very fine. 2-3. cast. et. patriae. cast and chased 117 VI] Dominion of the Sea. a very fine and rare struck and a 2 contemporaneous unpublished in this metal 119 Charles on his Scottish Coronation 1633. (/. &c. medal / another on same event. reading riband and George pendant. in two circles rev. with falling lace collar. 1*1 type as 7. FredeJR. patriqve. Prince of Orange. and inscription in an oval tablet. similar type. 1630. belg. on the Capture of Maestricht and ^ K . yg) . both very fine. Vt )> o: fine and unpublished medal (in this metal). but legend AVSPIC. (/. and M.

cohortes. and very rare. Jettons (2). rev. Dutch Fishery Treaty. and in armour. very and scarce. ^ and rare 122 in this metal 1 Return of the King to London from his Scottish another . ivstitia.. JE gilt. on his death. to London from his Scottish Corona- but M gilt. both somewhat scarce 1635. spes. 1635. regnorvm. but struck in condition. et. &c. the I. &c. another of same type. on his death. but JR. 2 5 (I. but in M. Henri. tion. ~t)> one fine. but in similar. king on horseback to left. M. loop . 1-65. M. &c. and on rev. M. and below the date. by Briot. above. 1636. 1636. plain reverse (7. bust with long hair and falling lace collar to right. 2 former in very fine and rare 121 Return of the King to London from his Scottish CoronaBriot. head tion. regis. rev. spes. but struck on an extra thick flan. with lion's head on shoulder. half-length figures of King and Queen clasping hands. the latter rare. bust as before . D.20 120 Scottish Coronation of Charles on thick and thin flans. henr. 1-2. &c. ET. the Princess Mary and Princes Charles and James 126 3 (I. has. Baptism MILLE. under the horse a plumed helmet amongst flowers. N. conjoined busts of King and Queen to right. as before. sol. %%£). a cast and chased triangle enclosing a pair of scales. %*£). medal 2 127 Sir William Ducy. and the letter E. with baton in right hand. 1 "75. VV). roh. by Jean Varin. slightly fractured on edge 2 128 Henri. with mid-day sun in clouds 2 6 a fi ne ms ^ medal. metas. 1638. terminating scot. cast medal of type and size as before. fine and rare. &c. M. 1633. fr. gilt. (I. and struck on a thin flan. 1 -75. JR. Counter. young tree growing out of an old trunk (I. &c. 3*1. 1-1. - extremely fine. 3-2. fine 1-2. as before. I. recto. ment 125 of wreath. both fine and rare M W medals of this Scottish Prince 2 . orbem. adhvc. PAX. Due de Rohan. &c. and pierced. 1633. tjV ). ). both veryfine 2 M Corona- 123 Return of the King to London from his Scottish Coronation. l 8. SIC. 1*75. (for Edinburgh) (/. 3 Charles his Queen. and children. et. NON. rediens. similar type. pr. with &c. rev. fine and rare. bust in armour to left. M. M. a young tree growing out of a decayed stump (I. unpublished of this size I 1 124 Return of Charles tion.. with traces of the original gilding. (/. rev. and a struck specimen. a very fine and very rare jetton 1 Earl of Traquair. adhvc. ^ 3 ) . 1633. 1638. a fine and rare plaque. ). by K bare. View of London. Due de Rohan. varieties with different arrange2 of Prince James. 1*7.

1638. by N. and collar of the Garter. the last in beautiful state 2 1639. under Waller. Leaden cast of a Medal. crowned bust of the King (his father) to left on obv. 2-^ ). 1-3. and the former in extremely fine state 2 133 Destruction of the Spanish Fleet. and date in exergue on obverse (I. Simon. &c. QVOS. hand issuing from carol vs. by Rawlins. and holding baton in right hand. 1637. Three modern Medals in iE of Hampden and Van Dyck (2). as before. brit. off Dover. 1*05. and for which he received as a souvenir from the King. another variety in JR of smaller size. &c." or pattern FiveBroad piece by his favourite engraver. I] 132 Suppression of the Scottish Rebellion.^1. JR. magni. hand issuing from clouds holding a crozier surmounted by a stork.^1. riding over arms. with 9 view of London in the distance (I. and rare Juxon was the Prelate who attended Charles I in his last *** Bishop moments on the scaffold. Naval battle. hisp.g. nearly full-faced bust of the Prince in hat. 2*5. 1 05. and no date in exergue (J. spes. sheep sheltering under a high tree 9 amongst smaller ones (I. ¥y).P. dormit. and below. on the meeting of Charles I and Queen at Kineton. one in brass.s. d. with monogram of 3 2 cuirass. &c. by Thos. and in the foreground a sinking galley and crew . on the day of the defeat of the Parliamentary forces S. Simon. OB. &c. )..<eternitati. a variety without artist's initials or flowing scarf. AT.21 129 William Juxon. a Knight of the Garter. I. Prince Charles styled Prince of Wales. M. extremely fine and 1 very rare in this metal [PI. and on rev. 131 Suppression of the Scottish Rebellion. mag. 130 Installation of Prince Charles as 1637. Vy)> both fine and interesting counters. %*$). 1639. M. rev. King crowned and in armour on horseback to left. 1*1. with plumes behind (I. *£?). variety with flowing scarf behind King. 1643. rev. T. under Oquendo by the Dutch Fleet under Tromp in the Downs. &c. devs. NON. W Charles as a Knight of the Garter. encircled 2 by the Garter (7. Installation of Prince ). . 1638. seris. and rare in this condition . Prince's plume and motto between c . within shoulder of ^ both rare and interesting jettons. &c. 1639. a coast with cliffs and castle in the distance. Medalet by Thos. the Prince of Wales on horseback to right. f. but in JR. Arms of Juxon impaling those of the See of London rev. in 14 lines. Looff. 1*2. Briot. 3 clouds suspending a cord uniting a rose and thistle (I.. Bishop of London. rev. the celebrated " Juxon Medal. robes. Medalet. 1-25. factvra. . Kawlins. The first medal in extremely fine 5 state. both rare and interesting counters.

an 1 138 Arrival of Princess Mary in Holland.). 2-85. patrle. rev. by Sebastian Dadler. 1 -4 by 1 -2. trampling on Bellona. (I. by off the Dutch Fleet under Tromp.. et Parliamento. as before. and receiving an olive branch from Peace. by Sebastian &c. below. veryfine and . and in Mary Dadler. 2*5. as before. with f-f-|). legends concentric with medal. N. but a in the details of the battle. Albionum Genuit. and inner legend. in exergue of obv. $$ Janu in that of rev. .22 134 Destruction of the Spanish Fleet under Oquendo. mars. and Addington collections 1 [PI. te. 2*5. vocat. but struck in JR gilt. but struck in JR gilt. and holding sword. 1641. and a wider vine and grape border on reverse Marriage of William (7.. a palace. rev. It was formerly in the Hamilton. 29. princeps. &c. of great interest. &c. -^.. 1641. Monarcha Carolus. with original chain and extremely rare in this metal 1 *** This and the following badges were issued in gold and silver. as before. Pro Beligione. &c. and pleasure ground enclosed within a wattled fence (in garden allusion to the Hague) above the entrance is the Belgic lion. arms. Prince and Princess joining hands beneath rays proceeding from a dove. with more men on the variety differing sinking galley.. . amor. and A° 1648. JR. &c. above each is a cherub issuing from clouds and bearing a wreath. rare and extremely fine. . JR. 1642. f£o)> an extremely fine medal by Blum Princess 1 136 Marriage of William Prince of Orange and England. the King and Speaker (7. . below. (I. Prince Frederick Henry of Orange seated on throne decorated with military trophies and shields of rev. Sanders. The two Houses of Parliament. bust in armour three-quarters right. QVO. Bellonam Princeps PallasPedibus Terit. et. above sx. 1642. &c.lege. libertas. bellonam. Prince of Orange and Princess Mary. 1639.. the Prince receiving his bride at the entrance unusually fine example of this artistic medal (I. I] ring. with inscription. H$). I. equally fine and an unpublished variety 1 139 Earl of Essex. Bex me summusque &c. oval Badge. for true Religion and subjects' fredom (sic) stand. Mary of 1 equally fine 137 Arrival of Princess Holland. Dover. JR. Bege. General of the Parliamentary Army. a variety in JR of smaller size. to be given to persons of various ranks in Essex's army. look fe. both incuse. &c. and in Roman 2 capitals. Belgium pacatum. without border. Should hear both Houses of Parliament. \*\) fine and rare 2 5 135 Marriage of William Prince of Orange and Princess Mary of England. Pallas attended by Victory.

M gilt. and without chain or 1 141 Earl of Essex. rev. engraved at sides) loth fine . and scarf across the armour . Jan. E. and with and without numeral after two others in 2E>. gydeon. M. 1*1. CHARLES LOT 140 I. and rare. varieties name . Arms of Montagu in a garnished shield with Earl's 05 by coronet above 1 *30 by 1 '20. small oval. 1641-2. very fine and rare Earl of Essex. multitude. Earl of Essex. loop and ring. T6 by 1-25. rev. and Rawlins.. and with loops 2 Earl of Essex. the. otherwise very fine. 1 meral after king's name. a hand holding a sword and encircled by the incuse legend. kimbolton. (I. Jettons. head with long hair. L . M and 2Et gilt. unpublished in this metal 146 Earl of Manchester. 143 f-f-f-). f§f)> very fine and rare. 1 # of the Parliamentary Army. and with wreath 1 142 M gilt. with D engraved inscription on obv. with loop . 1 '05. very fine and rare in M. oval Badges as before. the latter very fine and unpublished 2 . (7. 1643. but a variety with nuslightly holed at top.23 SECOND DAY'S SALE. as before. '85. bust (R. oval Badge as before. another. of. 1643.. 2 144 Peace or War. for which there is apparently no reason 6 (^> tH.-C. — continued. IS. a chased copy of a later period. but above head. but loop and ring. gilt. the other with the extraordinary date 1660. Another rev. by Briot. M (2). bare M. both rare and in very fine state full-faced busts. the sword. perhaps by Stuart. king's 1643. oval Badge. with wreath border on both sides. j Houses of Parliament with incuse legend around. M.tzt an d fir!* a M fi ne some rare varieties ' 145 Peace or War. Arms. f?|) . in still more recent letters. 2 d . the. of. and reading angl. without legends. and. M. councellors. one without date. General oval Badge. lord. bust of the Earl three-quarters left. N. with date. but border. full-faced (I. but both with and M. oval Badge as before. of. plain falling collar. there. similar type. bust of Essex. in. PEACE.

and inner legend Pro. gilt. as before.. 1644. M. bust to left. General. . virtvs. 1645. king.. A specimen of this badge in M. Archbishop of Canterbury. FAIRFAX. gilt. rev. armorial shield of Brown fff). Medallion with bust of Laud. vir. 150 William Laud. X. parliament. but in M. with long hair and plain falling collar. L. another oval. and a "turned" oaken s. Religione lege rege et Parliament. rev. with loop and ring . by 1-45. . fit )> wreath border on both and extremely rare with loop. knt. S Earl. with loop and ring . and a smaller oval Badge. very fine . KING. M. &c. and plain reverse. I]. in plain armour and scarf across breast . armour and scarf across the breast . one perhaps contemporaneous with plain reverse. . 2*55 4 Sir Fairfax. bust of Sir Richard. M. with mervisti. oval Badge. falling collar. 1-3 by 11. in armour and plain falling collar rev. as before. by John Eoettier. a modern chasing.. f^f-). exists in the national collection. V7 both incuse . l 35 by 1*15. 1644. M. ?yi)> both very fine and rare military rewards for the battle of Marston Moor 2 . caroll.. of same General. nearly full-faced bust of the r liberta. Two other medals in Brass. King and 1 Speaker (/. fH)> a fine and very rare contemporaneous medal." 148 Earl of Essex. (/. General. FOR. [PI. above a scroll inscribed G. (I. M. and with loop. very fine %* This and the preceding badges were evidently issued as military rewards to persons of various ranks in his army. followed by two others with the crown. s. 1 '45. wreath 1 border on both sides. non. very fine and very rare *** Sir Richard Brown was a citizen of London. - with long hair. perhaps by Stuart. 1644. oval Badge. 2-3. of similar type. mervisti. '95 by '8. similar bust of the Earl. after the manner of the Essex badges. AND.sceptre and orb of Charles I. winged cherubs bearing the mitre and crozier of Laud towards heaven. sr. fii)> b°th 2 Sir Thomas Fairfax. trations as " and is described in the Medallic Illus- unique. sancti. and in centre. 151 both apparently unpublished. and commanded a small army for the Parliament in the neighbourhood of Abingdon. without loop or ring (/. another. &c. parliament. bust three-quarters Thomas for. escutcheon of Fairfax suspended from chain (7. oval Badge. M. rev. three-quarters left. VI by -95. &c. JR. (/. and in armour. wreath border on both sides. AND. left. with outer legend Should hear both houses of Parliament. rev. both cast. f ^).24 147 Earl of Manchester. 'fine 2 149 Sir Richard Brown. The two houses of Parliament with sides. cast and chased . very . 1645 very fine and rare military rewards 152 (I. tho. sed.. MAG protec tv &c. M. 1*45. executed 1645. gilt.

a fine and very rare Badge in gold. &c. very fine. chasings of Thomas Fairfax. a modern perhaps by Stuart chasing. bust of the Earl to 1-45. cast and chased 1 156 Lord Chief Justice Heath. broad falling collar. BANC. 10 in twelve lines (I. 1645. scarf across badge of King Charles . JR. official robes beneath ^etat. long hair. M. a modern chasing M. and buttoned doublet. : : : [PI.. by Stuart. oval Badge.. 1-25 by 1. gilt. of same type. and in armour . sv^e. rev. the last two of very pretty Inchiquin. and arms on three shields. five lines (I. is . rev. perhaps that of Stuart JR. M. M.in in good condition. 1646. and broad falling collar edged with narrow DE reede. r. and in this metal probably given to officers of Ugh rank 1 Thomas N. falling lace collar. \^%). I] 1 158 Baron de Reede.25 153 Sir Fairfax. bust to with close and chain. HAC. Dutch Envoy Extraordinary to England. Prince's suspended from riband. Inscription. Military Keward for the battle of Marston 1 by *8. effig. IVS. cap. but unfortunately holed. 3 155 Lord Chief Justice Heath. 2 1-45 by 1*2. presumed a 1 . fitting cap on head. in skull cap. helmet. a very fine and rare contemporaneous cast &c. on the silver piece. armoured bust Lord work Arms. by 159 John Campbell. a modern chasing JR. COM. all fine chasings of pretty Fairfax. by Abraham Simon. bust to left. but better and the shield garnished. Simon. on truncation of bust LOVDOVN. bust of the Baron to left. RENSWOVDE. as before. 1645. M and M. cast. with in the field. T. oval. 71. rev. M. and two other modern Badge. r f£).. oval. 1-8 by 1*6. breast. a fine and very rare military reward for his officers and lambrequins. armour. of pretty work. meliora. by T. 1645. iff). Lord Another. of the "Meruisti" with the unusual date of 1649 . REG. and an extremely 1 157 Baron de Reede. left. Moor. by Rawlins. f$})i A. long hair. rev. a modern chasing. a very fine and extremely rare contemporaneous badge. and in centre mervisti. bust of Prince 160 Prince Rupert. lace. MIL. plain falling collar. 3 work. perhaps rev. crest. d de. r-p to be lion supporters. post. & very rare contemporaneous Another. above the bust. M. (7. HEATH. left CAP. truncheon in right hand rev. both with wreath border. three-quarters left.s. IOHAN. with long hair.. Armorial shield of Heath within a laurel wreath (engraved) (2. cast in high relief. D. M. 1645. . with long hair in skull buttoned doublet. and not fine. Earl of Loudoun. R (Thomas Rawlins). Simon. as before. 154 Sir Fairfax. engraved on rare variety rev. 1645. 1 "4.

hair. 1647. S. 1648. by Briot. 1646. hinc. JR. JR. fff). rev. Essex. and a modern chasing JR. Grief seated to left amongst ruins lamenting over a fallen column inscribed F. the former medal is as far as we know at present the only specimen said to exist 2 162 Albert Joachim. D. under shoulder. a very fine and rare hollow medal 1 &c. . invict^e. 2-4. (Fan Loon. with falling lace collar. 288). . below. JR. bust to left. 1647. abeele. in seven lines (J. -85 by -7. rev. portrait Jetton. M. and in field P. II. F. 1646. . with long hair and bare neck. Parliamentary General. JR. the 2*1. rev. Eight escutcheons in centre of olive and laurel branches. perfeci. rev. 2 65. # omnes. and Charlotte of Hesse Cassel. 1646. ad versa. mil. |-g4 ). and gvbern on rev. JR.26 161 Prince Rupert. on the approaching peace between Holland and Spain. in armour and mantle.. Edward Rossiter. gen. by Abraham Simon. . R. con. IE ne vis QVA regret (7. f §£). 1660. Ambassador Extraordinary of the United Provinces. van Abeele. ante. a very fine and sur- rare 1 medal 167 Call to Unanimity. by John Eoettier. by Deric van Riswick. (Rupertus Princeps) scratched perhaps contemporaneously. 1*5. Esquire. vltimos. . &c. 1'45." with floral border terminating in a loop. three-quarters right. P. by P. JR. officially robed. Colle. oval JR. with short hair and beard. f-f-f-). bust of the Earl to right with mantle over shoulders. reading fernelino. s. Prince. Governor of York for the Parliament. &c. 166 Giles Strangways. 1646. t. v. type as before. \\%). all rev. busts vis-a-vis. Sir Sidenham Pointz. and above and below. rev. JAN. this rare and un- published medal appears to have been struck as a badge . below. R. 1-45.E. usual titles. decvsqve. vnit^e. 1-4. LI by L . rev. 1*15. variety reading sideni. JR. dvx. Knighted. JR. com. on his liberation from the Tower of London. on truncation of bust is A. : f^ederat 163 Albert Joachim. f. V. *85. Simon. lachrymle. .. with long young bust of the and plain collar. perhaps by Stuart 164 4 Death of the Earl of Essex. of Charles Earl of Dunfermline. 1649. : : eq. plain but with R. inscribed rossiter. (I.fine and very rare 1 165 Frederick Henry. 1648. 1646. F. parl. 1646. Martinay. &c. 1*5. and badge of Garter. &c. bust of Prince three-quarters right. Prince of Orange.R. by Thos. modern chasings of pretty work.. the White Tower mounted by the Royal Standard (7. $t. three crowns united by a cord (I.T. ill^e. French Exile in England. engraved " July 26. and dvni. for the King's Release. a very fine contemand very rare [PL I] 1 poraneous medal.. bust of Strangways to right. and wearing a plain falling rev. ALB IOACHIMI collar. Betrothal of Charles Louis Elector Palatine. rob. oval JR.

1649. by Rawlins. King's bust to right. Two Jettons of Charles I.. 169 Charles bust to I. f ff). 170 Charles I. in six lines across the field (/. without loop. JR. . King's collar. and in armour .. and is unpublished and probably unique. two very rare f f-f).. rev. Memorial Medal.. 2-75.27 Lot 167 —continued. 1649. &c. by Norbert Roettier. all very Hue. ? £f). lovelock. earthly crown labelled vanitas.. the 3 rare . both fine and rare medals I. g. apparently issued after the King's death. constantia.. on his Death. franc. his crown and sceptre (/. C-R. and very rare with loop *** This medal was published upon the King's death hammer % and highly decorative striking a diamond executed medal by Thomas 1 to commemorate his fortitude. brit. gilt. imitation of engraving immota. Portrait Medal. rev. 1-6. upon an anvil (/. with long hair.. 1*15. &c. his Death. immota. 1*1. primus. type as in previous lot.. with loop. on his Death. very fine and extra 1 VI] *** This Medal. carolvs. JR. &c. by T. BEAT AM. on truncation of shoulder.Rawlins/ obv.. on rev. with long hair. rev. divvs. bust of King to right. tIt)' a fi ne an ^ wea Rawlins. gilt. on an extra thick flan . plain. 1649. rev. trivmphans. &c. and falling lace collar. falling collar. JR and JE. JR. the legend carolvs. REX. $$£). rev. JR. fif)- 172 Charles Another of same type. trivmphans. $£§). 3 waves and storm (/. magn. 1648. in two circles. all fine and rare I. i.. a seven-headed monster rampant over the trunkless I. and with lion's head on figured armour. but struck in JE. but stamped in 2 (I. ETERNAM. and a German Memorial of Charles I. Cupid with wreath and bow. of exactly the same type. carolvs. vict vs. two head of Charles first &c. JR. long hair. but Memorial of Charles I. 1*85 . d. CiESARis.. &c. 1649. rare [PI. and the last 3 168 Charles I. bust of King to left. but reading svccessor. rock exposed to the fury of wind. is beautifully cast and chased (perhaps the work of Rawlins). &c. Salamander to left in the flames (I. natvs. 1-65. with long hair. 1649. des. ff^-). M. 171 Charles in JR. left. ET.. 2-35. &c. (/. JR. Memorial of Charles I. vervs. falling lace INEXPVQNABILIS. armour. small oval. tracto. scarf and medal. &c. on the same event. as before.. holding a crown of thorns and a scroll inscribed christi.. without loop. bey. with date below (I. 1649. and on rev. pofels. pacific vs. bust to left. over it a celestial crown with a label gloria. &c. skull between and below an all very fine. -65 by -55.

carolvs. maria.M. with plain falling collar edged with lace . rich lace collar and bodice. of Charles I and Henrietta Maria.. 2*25. rawlins (7. with loop. 1'55 by 1*2. but the former has been unfortunately to its hammered much Four other Memorial Medals by T. reading on obv. both scarce. 2-45. hair flat at the top. mevs. with hair twisted and corded behind. and drawn through a small coronet at the back. britan. Charles I and Queen. and incuse legend on obv. rev. c-R at sides of head . and medal. deo. bare headed bust of Charles I. Medusa's head surrounded by a triple concentric legend commencing conciliabvlvm. 3 with loops and floral borders. fty|). 115. 1649. ppjnctpi. &c. M. between the date 16—48. Royal arms crowned within the Garter and motto (incuse) (I. brl. and I. /R. *7 by '6. (I. fff ). ex. JR. but without border or Two left. M-R at sides of head (I. and another variety. oxon. 2. hand from Heaven holding a celestial crown above a landscape (I. both cast and cliased medals of Dutch work. 1 very fine and rare in this state Royalist Badge. and bare headed. D. MAG. gilt. with lovelock on shoulder.g. JR. JR. incuse rev. 1*55 by as before. rev. gilt. as before . 176 Royalist Badge. a rare badge in unusually fine state 1 . rev. 6 174 Oxford University Memorial of Charles ecclesle. virtvt. d. mag. by Rawlins. 1-4. by Rawlins. by Rawlins. Queen's bust three-quarters left. 178 bust and incuse type other small Badges of loop. Altar inscribed P. bust terminating in drapery. a fine and badge of artistic merit . fff). ff i ). JR. §£-§-) . ffi). &c. The queen's bust to left. and M. (I. H^). rev. rare. Memorial. Arms crowned within Garter. bare headed bust of King to left with lovelock over left shoulder . without border. angli^e. Queen's bust to 1-2. fff )> 1 without border. JR. oval. bare headed bust of Charles I. in four lines 1649. armour. &c. the last two rare 179 Royalist Badge by '85. popvle. fff and detriment. T. Roettier. but with loop and ring. rev. and on rev. Royalist Badge. JR. 19 by 1-5. and JR gilt. gilt.28 173 Charles I. loop and ring. JR. 1*15 bust of King nearly full-faced. ml. 2-.. and with cross on in high relief. and below. ACAD.. JR. incuse legends. all fine but the first I. loop and ring. in plain falling collar. popvle. with plain falling collar edged with lace. bare headed bust. but with loops (I. both fine and interesting relics of the Stuart period 2 175 Royalist Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. victima. extremely rare little breast. JR. with wreath border. &c. 1-9. type fine as before. by Rawlins. G. 1-4. all fine. gilt. with wreath border. but in M. equally 1 177 Royalist Badge. me. Henrietta. and stiff bodice (I.

both legends conof Charles I Rawlins. exactly the same. JR. the M T6 " tear former very fine with drop " pendant (pearl 2 gone) 185 Royalist Badge. both fine 2 and rare badges. a fine and unpublished badge of great rarity 1 182 Royalist Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. with loop. rawlins. &c. ermine mantle and collar and George of the Garter. another before. ring. . a garnished square shield. gilt. 1*7 by 1*4. rev. to right. d. M as before. mag.. 1*2 by 1*15. legend. rev. maria. mag.29 180 Royalist Badge of Charles I and Henrietta Maria. falling lace collar. &c. rawlins (7. bare-headed bust of king with falling lace collar. Rawlins. and drawn through a coronet at back. hair flat at top. by Rawlins. henretta. garnished square shield within Garter crowned with loop and floral border. left.. 1*5 by 1% by left. Queen's bust to t. g. armour and mantle. &c. 1-5 by 1*15." and on rev. equally rare. but without border. two (one gilt) with bust of Queen with coronet and stiff lace collar on rev. $ff)j another. by Rawlins. &c." . necklace. M. necklace and low bodice terminating in drapery. t. by 1-2 both rare. M. legend and crowned bust as before. legends and type as with loop and ring. with loops and engrailed borders. the former being in exceptionally fine condition 183 Royalist Badge of Charles I and Queen. M. long hair. and with a floral border. M. gilt. hair flat at top. but not so fine. JR gilt. but on rev. and with medal and chain. with loop and floral border. and neat floral and corded border (/. crowned bust of king Rawlins. fff )> « fine badge with loop and and floral 1 border 184 Royalist Badge. but without border (I. M. in similar letters Ego Sum Martyr a very fine and rare badge of much interest 1 Populi. with long hair. type as before but without legends. all fine # 181 Royalist Badge and Henrietta Maria. as before. similar obv. rev. and low bodice terminating in drapery. of same type but not in such high relief. Queen's bust to left. below. by carolvs. and the other two. 1*15 by *85. g. 125 by 1*. carolvs. •8 by 65. d. in engraved letters of the period " " Semper Idem.. fff and ffj). and at sides of King's head on obv.. and drawn through a coronet at back. britan. 1*8 by 1-5.. Four other small Royalist Badges. M. King's bust laureated to tained in an outer rim. 186 Royalist Badge. ff § ). BRITAN. rare and very fine 1 (I. with loop and ring. by T. with loop and 1 gilt. crowned bust and arms but floral border. maria. within the Garter crowned. below.. and without loop or border. but in M. §ff ) . rare and very fine 187 Royalist Badge. varieties with 5 armorial bearings incuse on rev. henretta. (I.

quite unpublished . &c. with loop and ring. 1*2. obverse in high relief. rev. bust of King to right. King's bust to right. sc. d. and richly figured armour. M. l'S by 1-. medal and riband. without reverse. crowned. rev. |-£§). plain falling fine. "7 by *6. full face. around. rev. plain falling collar. but two others of the King only. on truncation. all very armour and and one unpublished 3 191 Royalist Badge or Pendant. gilt.by T45.g. bareheaded bust to right with falling lace collar. 1*15 on shoulder. unpublished. collar. rex. whole with incuse legend carolus. -5 by -4. long hair. King's of rude work. (circular). 1-5 by 1-25. relief. (sic) henreta. crowned . plain falling collar. long. leaden Cast silvered of Charles I. Charles. very low at the edges. King's bust to left. M. in plain falling collar. T. (I. s. a with long hair. rare. fff)> with loop and ring. love-lock scarf (7. and with riband and medal. of Charles I and Queen. and JR. by Thos. in the form of the bust of Charles I to right. similar type but with floral border. medal and riband. incuse. with loop for suspension. a crown within a band inscribed incusely. as before. richly embroidered robes open in rev.30 188 Royalist Badge of Charles I and Queen. armour and mantle. usual bust of the Queen to fine left with loop. Queen's bust to right crowned. f-ff-). also incuse . -85 by *65. may. JR and JR gilt. with long hair. armour and scarf. f^|). armour. and below the bust 1644. JR. legend carolvs. king. in plain falling collar. M. gilt. King's bust. A JR. royal cypher c. King's bust to right. bust of the Prince to left. armour with lion's head on shoulder. Arms within Garter very fine and extremely rare 1 badge. d. *85 by '1. front. falling lace collar. perhaps Dutch. all 3 fine and rare badges . the encircled by the Garter and motto. M 190 Royalist Badge Rawlins. 2. richly ornamented armour with lion's head on shoulder. Royalist Badge of Charles I and Queen. 165 by 13. of rough work. &c. M. struck upon two pieces of metal united 1*45 by 1 *2. ang. MARIA. &c. carolvs. wearing arched crown. Arms crowned within Garter. rare.g. M. mostly fine 5 192 Royalist Badge of Prince Charles. bust to left and Two Cliches. Three small Badges. and titles around (I. with loop and ring. armour and mantle. very and extremely 1 rare 189 gilt. reigne. with loop. one gilt. around . rev. crowned between two ornaments (I. with titles falling collar with lace edges. R. §f4) M. (I. medal and riband. medal and riband and scarf.R. rev. King's bust to left.

as before. 1*05. lambrequins and royal motto. Arms the last cracked 3 l 4. 1-35. JR. and in front " remember. stamped in imitation of engraving. MARIA D. half-length figures three-quarters right or left . the two first fine. ff f ). mostly fine 31 selection of 31 199 Charles D. and above. King's bust to left. 1 -4.R. surrounded by a floral border (I. G. &c. §§§). &c.. left lovelock on shoulder. rev. similar obv. both very rare and interesting badges. and but in lead. Full-blown rose within a laurel border (/. a skull dividing c. JR. similar but a lozenge separating the beginning from end of legend. all rare. and that of Henrietta Maria at bottom) containing 36 Counters. CAROLUS. Another. JR. bust of Charles I to right. 27." inside the lid there is a ring for suspension is engraved " Martyr populi.. Armorial shield within a narrow floral border (/. f f~f-). and Henrietta Maria. brit. complete sets are extremely rare 197 Silver Box with open-work lid. 1*45 by *9. mostly fine 36 Counters. 198 Another of the Sovereigns of England. Bust of King and incuse inscriptions as before. JR. brit. rev. in high-crowned and broad-brimmed hat. droit." and on the other side. with ring (perhaps issued by the adherents of Prince James Stuart). JR. Another. § ^f ) . in extremely fine state. and including others of Frederick of Bohemia. JR. JANU. with rev. Medalet. Arms within Garter crowned. et. Passe. G. JR. rev. and dy in loyaltye. JR. the latter unpublished 2 titles. Medalet. King's bust to right. unpublished and very rare.31 193 Small heart-shaped Locket. and scarf. I. of the Sovereigns of England from Edward the Confessor to Q. both very fine the latter very rare and 196 2 Silver filigree Box (with bust of Charles I at top. - 195 Charles obv. 1648. perhaps unique 1 I MAG. 1'25. of the Sovereigns of containing 36 Counters. mon. MAG. '45 by -40.. of same type. but a more recent chasing (/. JR. -85 by -75 (enclosing a small with long hair)." rev. engraved on " / live and lid with a heart pierced by two arrows. Incuse bare-headed bust to rev. with supporters. and unpublished. a fine set without dupli36 cates. '95. (I. JR. T05. Lord Darnley. after England and others. but within Garter. some duplicates.. Anne. ending 1649. |-|f). f£f ) . Charles Louis Count Palatine. JR. by Passe. 1*4. and 1719 below. Henry Prince of Wales and Prince Charles (I. after Passe. fff). lace collar and Garter star . . rev. Engraved pear-shaped (/." and Badge. Anne of Denmark. Another. . falling lace collar. 194 Charles I. within a border. bust of Queen three-quarters left with pearl necklace and lace ruff. ary 30th. " JanuBadge. two clasped hands with "united" above. Counter.. dieu.

a with inscription on edge 2 Oliver Cromwell 1560. by Stuart.R. this rare medal. by cromwel.] 205 Oliver Cromwell Thos. and undraped. 1*1 by "95. on his JR. is unpublished in this metal [PI. NECESSITAS. bust three-quarters right. 1*45. 201 Succession of Charles Cupid. rev. on both sides. Brass. admitt. rev. Henry Scobell. retribvam. oli. n. on his acquittal of high treason. Oval. 1 of Charles I. . but in JR. wearing necklace and stiff lace collar . John Lilburne. 1-2 Ireton. bust of King. as before. plain reverse (I. bust to left . partners. Three crowns with 4 (7. f ). by 1*15. acquittal of high treason.. reverse plain (I. left. Cromwell's son-in-law. tibi. and Deputy in Ireland. 1650. &c. modern 204 chasing. a very fine specimen of fairly good workmanship attributed to Thos. Simon. 1*2 by 1*1. Simon. extremely rare and beautifully executed. below T. JR. in plain falling collar. some scarce 13 COMMONWEALTH. which is 1 finely executed. chief. and other duplicates of previous lots. Another. f 8 ).. 1650. 1649 (2). Simon. as before. laureated. 1*35. below rev. gilt. circles (7. M. with plain falling collar. and Marshal John Banier of Sweden. JR. bust three-quarters to right. Queen's bust to left. s. JR. 1*1. f ). modern chasing. Clerk of Parliament. 1 -2. and fringed mantle. GEN. -85. Charles I and Henrietta Maria. qvid. and four others. by Thos. Henrietta Maria. 3 f 8 ). Bust of Ireton to long hair. both very fine. ivstitia. 3 armour. parl. and JE. a soldier climbing up a rock and 3 7 firing a cottage. by Thos. a. and that of Queen with coronet and stiff lace collar on the other. dvx. milit. perfecl. Simon.. 1649 (2). 1650 . scarce 2 203 Henry M. JR. JR. and fringed scarf. JR.d. rev. on one side. all very fine .32 200 Gustavus Adolphus and Maria Eleanora of Sweden. 1*45. two very fine as Captain-General of the Army. titles Counter. M and c. with silver rim and loop. 1649-1660. a battle in the distance (1. and rare specimens struck in JR and J& by 2 . &c. Oliver Cromwell as Captain-General and Commander-inSimon. Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden. Army of the Parliament. noe. armour. I. and with ruff . 3 f 5 ) Full-blown rose in centre of legend in four concentric and a modern chasing JR. 1*25 by Stuart. as Captain-General of the Thos.. 3 II. a very fine cast. and 202 the first two very rare 6 John Lilburne. mostly fine. 1649. King's bust crowned to right.

mervisti. and scarf festooned on the breast.. M. bust falling collar. 1650. plain reverse 3 M (I. by Thos. 2-55. another of similar type. but (2). by Thos. both very fine 2 210 Dunbar Medal. Simon. Arms crowned within the Garter and motto (I. George's Cross. but with plain reverse. &c. D. both fine and very rare cast medals of Dutch workmanship. in field (i. -95 by -8. reversible heads. M. SIMON. satirical. M. reading den. 1 and very rare %* 208 This medal was struck in 1650 by order of the Parliament as a reward for naval services. s. SIMON. Simon. M. f ) . a very fine and rare original. WORD AT DUNBAR SEPTEM Y 3. of later struck specimens. Cromwell to left. 1650. D . obverse as before. by Thos. with long hair. two shields. and legend. Simon. Yo )) oil very fine and scarce 3 issued %* 212 The medals in the last four lots were ment as rewards for naval services. bust of armour. the and a marvellously executed specimen of 1 work of this great master. three-quarters right. armour with . -j^°). later struck specimens with flaw at top of head . F. two grotesque and Cromwell and the Devil. 1" by -9. probably the first proof from the die 211 Dunbar Medals and M. plain falling collar. by Thos. Pewter. on obv. on truncation tho. van Abeele. 1*4. and the other the Irish harp suspended from the beams of an anchor. under bust. an extremely fine little medal. rev. <flf) on the raising of the siege of Amsterdam by the Prince. P. rev. the Parliament assembled in one house with the Speaker 3 (I. similarly placed heads of Fairfax and Jester. George of the Garter and riband. 3 8 (I.by -85. T f). 1. by order of the Parlia- William Prince of Orange. the Parliament assembled in one house with the Speaker (I. een. 1-45 by 1-2. and ( the latter variety unpublished in silver 2 207 Naval Reward. II. rev. -95 by -85.33 206 Cromwell and Fairfax. with bust of Cromwell three-quarters right.. mens. with plain falling collar. of same (2). FE . 1650. 1*35 by 1-15. 31V). of same as before. Simon. &c. and on M. rev. unpubtype lished in this metal. the whole encircled by the cable . een. plain fringed scarf across.V. &c. long hair. 1650. M and M. and armour. and farfox in field on rev. (7. oval. one bearing St. but on the truncation T. and with ring for suspension 1 209 Dunbar Medals same type. 1650. Simon. another. conjoined of mens. Dunbar Medal. by P. by Thos. on settlement of the disputes between the Prince and the States. and a modern chasing. W). 1*3. very rare. 3 8 reading farf AX. M. pierced. on which is inscribed T. hitherto hath the Lord. THE LORD OF HOSTS.A.

on his death 1653. both fine and rare medals 1650. Naval engagement.34 Lot 212 — continued. and of extreme T. of good merit. one bearing St. M. both beautiful chasings by Stuart. bust of the M. Lion rampant. and another with the harp. A. but without border. Armorial shield of with helmet. and a solid cast. to be issued amongst the captains of the ships engaged. 1651. and Tromp below in a compartment is a naval battle (J. rare 1 . M. City of by P.] *** This medal was struck by order of the Parliament as a Naval Reward. and above. but on the stern of the sinking ship. 56. with ruff. 1*25. crest. with laurel border on both sides. &c. rev. s. rev. a fine and rare modern chasing by Stuart. &c. 3 215 Naval Reward. by P.g. brit. another St. (I. 2 but JE. M. princeps. (Van Loon. &c. d. and loop 1 217 Martin H ar pert zoo n Tromp. impune. 1653. 1-25. Saunders and Addington collections [PI. 3 f °). obyt. NEMO. simon. Naval action as before. herp. II. plain falling collar. by Admiral three-quarters right in plain falling collar. \%4 ). view of the Amsterdam. 2 '55. plain reverse (I. M. the whole encircled by a cable attached to the anchor . piece of medallic simon. 1*45). &c. Dutch Admiral. known as the "Blake" Medal. obverse as before. and buttoned doublet. necklace. a hand holding a heart issuing from a cloud. and low bodice (7. (15 by with loop and ring. husband of Cromwell's favourite daughter very rare Elizabeth. another of same — type. by Thos. mart. V/)* a magnificent From the 216 Naval Reward. figured armour. three shields. 1650. with thistle to left (/. and supporters. rev. van Abeele. suspended from the beams of an anchor. and on the prow of another art. m. %°22 )> « v^rV fine emr bossed and chased medal.. and legends. bust three-quarters right. in the foreground is a sinking ship on the stern of which is the artist's name Hamilton. 2*8. memorial. George's cross for England. with hair decorated with 3 pearls and diamonds. Simon. van Abeele. and rare 1653. and with beaded border. of two embossed plates. for Ireland. P. (/. but in JE. rare embossed and chased medal. M. bust of the widowed Princess Mary of Orange to left. ME. John Cleypole. unpublished in this metal 214 Coronation of Charles II by the Scots at Scone. 1*3. united by a broad rim 2 2-55. and fringed scarf . ons. bust to left. 1-9. 2-5. M. Another of same type. and badge of St. rev. tromp. with long hair. van Abeele. herten. rev. ^J). metal gorget. I. Michael with riband. W). above. Vy )* a fi ne an d similar obverse. 213 William II of Orange. IT. rarity. Andrew's Cross for Scotland. MARIA.

Tromp. Waarom doet Muller. (4| by 3 T g). in 2& on a thicker flan. The obverse plate of another variety. bust of Tromp three-quarters right with plain falling collar. . gorget. 2-55. with plain falling collar. gorget. . Naval 4 3 ) . in the cast field to right a ship in full sail . &c. M. and an unpublished variety 1 225 Admiral Tromp. a copy of the another. nearly full-faced. Michael's a solid piece badge with riband. 2*8. the former a fine and embossed and chased. another of same type. and a rarer 1 variety 223 Admiral Tromp. but struck action.35 218 Admiral Martin Tromp. 1653. plain reverse. *§£). M. 1653. three-quarter length figure of Tromp. nearly full-faced bust of the Admiral. M. and quite unpublished "%* From the Yoelcker sale. by F. cast in his death. with bust of Tromp three-quarters right. harp. &c. an equally fine medal by Muller 222 Admiral Martin Tromp. Portrait Plaque. but 221 Admiral Martin Tromp. M. mart. infant genii holding a naval wreath and badge suspended from riband. ze. without the word "ob'yt" in reverse legend. D 2 . very rare. Muller. wes. myn hert en handt. 3. but of smaller module. with plain falling collar. two fine and rare struck medals. a fine and scarce embossed and chased as before. a beautifully chased embossed medal. M. St. 2 6. only. M. ending hol. and his left resting on a M 9 cannon. a Medal of similar but in higher relief. Admiral. by 0. by Jerian Pool.. latter un2 published in copper 220 Admiral Martin Tromp. the " whole within a laurel border . 2-9. a Plaque in JE. above. 2*75. the last rare his head two genii supporting a naval 3 219 Admiral Martin Tromp. type. 2-8. M. a fine I pldque of Dutch rSpousse work. and over crown. very fine. sinking in the foreground (I. j a Naval engagement with an English ship sinking in the foreground 1 medal (7. on above. as before without " oby't or sinking ship. and the latter an unpublished type 224 rare variety. 2 Admiral Tromp. Lieutenant. tromp. on his death. Tromp driemal. by Muller. Martinus Herp. on his death. bust of Tromp nearly full-faced. and badge with his own arms suspended from riband rev. two rev. rev. Lanting. &c. and no sinking ship in the foreground. with incuse reverse - and legend. gorget. &c. the ^ with an English ship another of same type. and with loop and 1 ring for suspension. 2-9. and a bronzed leaden cast of Tromp. by Muller. all fine. 1653. 2*6 . holding baton with right hand. of the obv. M.

willem. hostivm. and of much Pari. JE. &c. Admiral's bust nearly full-faced. decorated with lion's head on right shoulder. as before. Admirael Martin Harpertsen Tromp. lv. rid. JR. lished of this size and weight 2*4.. 3*1 T romp. and seated round a table (Fan Loon 11-360). den. 2*2 and 2*15 of same type. harpertsen. and thurloe two JR. the latter with loop. marten. rev. 3-25. very fine and very solid cast. in field Ml. and a chef d'ceuvre by Van Abeele 1 232 Secretary John Thurloe. collar. Myn motto. herperti. Prins van Oranie. with loop . and very 1 of Prince to right with long hair. *** From the Voelcker Cabinet. bust similar to other medals. the 3 first and second fine and rare. 164-f. &c. and unpub1 229 Admiral Tromp. rev. engraved M. 2-2. and mantle. 228 Admiral Tromp. &c. martinvs. engraved Wilhelmus II. plain falling &c. engraved. Tromp. and a unpub1 231 Prince William of Orange. the last a later cast 230 Admiral Tromp. but of larger module. in ruff and in armour . 1658. the whole engraved. *^4 ). JR. tromp. very fine. victor. bare head of Lambert to with 2 lambert behind a fine chasing of a rev. very rare. JR. as before. a beautifully executed early chasing. 1-05 . to Vo 6 )? closely buttoned doublet. finer work General left. very rare. harpertsen tromp. &c. &c. JR. 1-3. all with tall hats. medal and riband. gorget. adm. bust nearly full-faced. Gen Pomfret 1 . presumably prior Stuart's time. 227 Admiral Tromp. and unpublished . driemaal. on the Defeat of the English by Admiral van Galen. with this but much smaller..by Berk van Ryswick. vorst. very fine. in Niello work.36 226 William Medal II of Orange and Admiral Martin . the whole surrounded by a laurel border lished . and unpublished and with broad scarf. marten. a beautifully embossed and chased medal. and quite unpublished *** From the Voelcker Cabinet. medal and riband. left. hair. s. with loop for suspension. plain falling collar. Naval engagement (7. rare. rev. later period by Stuart. armour. very rare. l. bust to right. VAN. Bust three-quarters right. engagement. and under bust. ovden. bust and gorget. ridder. rev. lines (I. Lambert. JR. armour trompivs. 2*55. Naval without sinking ship in foreground. admiral's bust three-quarters rare. rev. by -95. JR. medal and riband . 1 very fine. with long hair. JE. the artist's name. a conference of the four Admirals named on the medal. laureated. hert en handt. in plain falling collar. plain falling collar. in skull cap. long plain falling in collar. two other casts. &c. Castle. nassoven. 2-6. rev. short hair.

rev. q. gemino. &c. bello. holding spears surmounted by flags and caps of liberty. 13.. shoulder. and below.. rev. POST. of Cromwell 2 with bust on each side. 1-4. all fine chasings of a later period 234 Oliver Cromwell. S.. perhaps unique struck in this metal 239 Peace between Great Britain and Holland. 51. but a medal. and fringed scarf. II] 1 235 Oliver Cromwell. A ship in full 238 Peace between Great Britain and Holland. 1667-8. tho. \°g ). plain falling collar. JR. 2-4. with long hair. &c. by rev. ^l. Legends and type as before (I. 3-2. *^9 ). mihi. and in exergue mdcliiii. Va )> rare 1 and very fine . by Stuart. de. 0. same type. and tritons below (I. a beautiful 1 medal. and a modern chasing. JR. N. -^f). JR. . hier. 1 a very fine and rare medal of two embossed plates. Britannia 1654. above the name of Jehovah radiate. and official robes (as — Speaker of the Long Parliament) . 265. in plain falling collar. &c. nexv. SIMON. by and Holland supporting a cap of liberty between them . in 18 lines (I. QViERiTVR. bje. rare and Fairfax.f. zeilt. Dadler. 14. lvxvriat. a very fine and very rare struck medal [PI. bint. 1653-4 Died 21 J^J. and of the highest rarity. JT. Oliver Cromwell. propelled by favourable winds. very fine 1*35. PAX. 1653. on the same event.. to right &c. and another of exactly the same type. but struck in JE on an extra thick flan. and Parliamentary8 General. a British and a Dutch 5 ship of war sailing amicably together on a calm sea (I. Sir James Harrington. belvm. Justice and Peace with their appropriate symbols.P. a lion sejant laureate supporting the shield of the Protectorate (I. waarom. M. &c. rev. SP. but engraved in addition 10 Feb. &c. ~ine cast as before. and below bust.37 233 Secretary Thurloe. 1*55. lenthall (7. Protector's bust.S.. (I. the effigies of. 236 1*2. heil'ge. his elevation to the Protectorate. ±±£-) . and chased 1654. rev. in by decorated armour with scarf looped on left plain falling collar. to right.. rev. s. artes. bust of the Protector to left. . bust JEtat. each resting a hand on a cornucopia between them. rev. F. ervnt. JR. q. William Lenthal I.f. both very fine medals executed by a Genevese artist in imitation of Simon 1654. three quarters right. Simon. Fame above.. t'vredeschip. Vr*). armour (with rivets shewn). JR. 1*5. for Rutland. Mutter. Simon. \y). bust to left. T. Two armed sail figures . with loop and ring. atrox. JR. on 1653. 2 237 Peace between Great Britain and Holland. by T. . a modern chasing of same type as that in previous lot. Thos. vree. JR.

2-45. d. 2-2. Abeele. M. V. last unpublished III 2 William Prince of Orange. George of the Garter and riband a very fine and rare embossed and chased medal 1 )» 246 John Selden. EMORITVR. Infantile bust of William wearing a hat decorated with plumes and jewels.. wilhelmvs. a very fine and rare struck medal 1 William III of Orange. Minerva seated to left with) the young prince in front. -Ytt )> a cast i another as before. 255. G. similar obv. 2*4. ±±?-). &c. hi. in 15 lines across the field (/. j rev.. and Phoenix . 2-55. &c.9. G.. 1. Vr)) a rare s truc k medal in the finest state 1 241 Many Princess of Orange and her son. M. by P. two others. 4 246* William bust in Prince of Orange. IRA. DEVM. &c. . Anno. M. 1 -85. the whole surrounded by a wreath of orange and laurel (/. 8 with long hair. 2% 3 . Bust of his father William II to collar. by P. &c. M Philologist. another of same 242 type. A phoenix M 245 William III of Orange. a fine embossed solid cast in brass 2 Pool. and highly chased III. and brass. but Phoenix and cast and chased . in flames. 1654. with jewels in her hair. rev. 1655. but inscription in eight lines on rev. another of same type.. . Bust of Princess to left. 1654. II. 1655. &c. Infantile hat and plume to right rev. . and V7. 4 (/. and dated 1657. by Jerian but with a somewhat thinner wreath. lace and drapery. P. all fine and scarce Dutch medals not to England. and Statesman. and varying in details rev. similar. sup- shields of the Commonwealth porting on his knees the armorial and Holland . &c. abeele. v. and chased medal . rev. in 2 35. on the (I. ^R. 2-45. M. M. the first and last are relating struck another. neckand behind. appartiet. d.e.. van Abeele. Neptune marine car drawn by hippocamps. a fi716 embossed and chased medal . amantivm. obverse as lot 242. obv. &c. The French and Spanish Ambassadors disputing precedence cast (/. plain falling sV armour. M. 1-85. but all fine and scarce 3 cast. 255. within wreath looking to left. van Abeele. with broad wreath around infantile bust rev. by Jerian Pool. 1654. Abeele. Jeurian Pool fecit Amsteld. by P. Infantile bust of William with hat decorated with plumes and jewels. right. M. by Jerian Pool. M. in. scarf across breast. of same type. but a solid cast in brass. on his death. M. wilhelmvs. holding baton. another. M. M. V. looking right. by P. amicitj. Ter memorie de Vrede. wilhelmvs. 244 and in exergue. the whole surrounded by a wreath of orange and laurel . as before.. toy. by Dassier l'honnevr. Antiquary. 1655. Cromwell.. retire.38 240 Another on same event.. but a 243 William III of Orange. -W). TIME. a struck medal as before but gilt . subservience of France and Spain.

2-85. lished all fine and interesting. a beautiful chasing of later date. perhaps an altered copy of the last century from an original 1 249 Mrs. 1657. ±j$) and *f£). T ¥ °). rev. ANN. cartouche. Harvey. rev.39 247 Cromwell. the last unpub3 . 1658. one of the "Series Numismatica 1 '6. engraved u Mrs. with wreath border like those used on Royalist badges.. M. M. 1-85. of to left. bust to right with long hair. all fine 6 251 Cromwell and Masaniello. COL. 1 -9.. Elizabeth Cleypole" in three lines 4 . below on a cartouche.. 1657. rough. cap. *rg-). as before. necklace and low bodice .s. ED. a fine and rare embossed and chased medal. en. Muller 1 252 Cromwell and Masaniello. protector. both rare 248 Colonel John Desborough 2-15 (the Protector's brother-in-law). hair flat at top of the head. rev. between two soldiers holding wreath over his head. &c. A. below (I. iE. Elizabeth Cleypole. V/)> extremely rare. mas'aniello. 2-85. between two sailors and armour below on a Bust of Masaholding crown over his head. 1-35. of same type. but a fine chasing by Stuart. afterwards Earl on (I. S. and scarf across breast. a finely chased copy by Stuart. ^5°) . 1658. Medals and M. Bust of Masaniello 2 and a leaden Plaque. but with large 1 loop for suspension. 2nd and favorite daughter of Cromwell. 1658 (I. Bust of Cromwell three-quarters to right. plain falling collar. movntagv.. (/. equally fide and rare 253 JE. " two 1657. M. olivar. M.85. William - M discoverer of the circulation of the blood. 1655. cromwel.. St. on the subservience of France and Spain.. 2-9. armour. visscher. &c. by F. by Mauger. 1658. by 1. rev. rev. tribvnvs. niello three-quarters to right. (I. cleypole. M. in five lines. a cast and chased medal of coarse work. physician and ture of Dunkirk. &c. curled at the side and fastened with a bow. V. another. Bust of Cromwell laureate and draped to left . ) . Urban. (I. same type as before. an oval chasing. but cast in a solid piece of metal and no loop . desbo. Elizabeth Cleypole. M. M. ^ Cromwell. plain falling collar. plain reverse. hair long. Montague. and another. of Edward engraved 2 Sandwich. of Louis XIV. by Binfield. with s. 1*25. Cromwell and Masaniello. Cleypole to right. &c. 1*6.3 without T. a struck specimen. within laurel wreath reading (1. eqvitvm. and very rare 250 1 Mrs. on truncation. bust of Mrs. 1*75. probably by 0. 1*5. by Kirk. in seven lines ~yt). M. coninck. on the battle and Medals. (2). 1 8 by 1 6. M.

and with one 4 . olivar. a. but obv. by T. struck in iron.. oval shield within the Garter crowned. 1-15. amd unpublished in these two metals 258 ^ 5 -). 3. and within the Garter crowned ± |-). two others. incuse. N~. d. rev. laureate. 1658. Bust of the Protector to left.p. large medal. legends and type as before. with plain and grained of edges . all fine 257 Cromwell. -). *££). in plain rev. varieties from different dies. -£-). 1*95. 9 by '8. on same event. similar plain reverse legends and type. . on his Death. rev. JR. JR. ^ a very fine and very rare struck medal with loop for suspension 1 255 Cromwell. similar in previous lot. (I. varieties.40 254 Oliver Cromwell. 1658. but the Protector's bust laureated and draped (7. T. his Death. all fine and rare 4 261 Royalist Badges (2). bust three-quarters left (I. . -95 by shield within the Garter •8. and on obv.. bust three-quarters right.r. on same event. and of Dutch work very rare. with artist's name on truncation of bust. 1*. on Dutch work and copied from the small one by Simon. oval crowned between exception with loop c —R (I. &c. and of slightly 1 and rare CHARLES 260 II. tient. as before. 5 protector. by Thos.. on truncation. in pewter. by 4 Kirk. JR. without artist's name on bust. on his Death. JR. -85 by -75. . both with loops and rings. and JR gilt. both fine and 2 Cromwell. one - with loop and chain . NON. 1649-1685. JE. on to latter his Death. struck from a different smaller module. 1658..g. and rings ± -^). and of Dutch work (I. *85 by "75 of the small oval medal by Simon. as before (2). and a Medalet. on his Death. JR. ang. all fine and rare. two angels supporting a crown. SCO. (I. as before. JR. 1-1 of the same type as the preceding. termed the "Punning Medal. with crowned bust to left. -85 by -75. Sep. 1-95. a fine chasing. (I. JR. DEFIfalling collar and armour. SIMON. two others. Simon. protector. ^p-) and rV-) .d. equally fine 1 die. rare and in extra fine condition with plain edge 1 is "%* This medal 256 Cromwell. crowned bust to right . and with Another. and uncrowned bust to 4 right on respective obvs. Legend terminating hibernle." AT. with legend terminating hiberni^e. Simon. a young olive-tree growing out of an 3 old stump. -7 by -6.R. shepherds with flocks of sheep in the distance (I. hair short. Vt -)» a very fine struck medal medal and rare 259 Another. oliva. small oval medal. and laureated bust. Royalist Badges square shield (2).

1*1 by 1* vivat. legend and type as before. but incuse. and crowned bust to right on both sides. d. M. on same event. shield crowned between c 2. 1660. 2-8. King's bust crowned to left between §. with eyelets as if part of a garter similar bust. Crowned bust to left between c— R. -\4/). this latter fine. 1-4 by Simon. M. a beautiful little medal of great merit. another. I and 2 c R II. obv. *^). R crowned loops (7. but with plain reverse. full-faced bust crowned within a beaded border . &c. . three-quarters to right . varieties of by "75. Al. — . 1-25 by 1*05. crowned bust to right . with sun chased medal. similar type. incuse. tracery of flowers in field on both sides (7. M. with crowned busts of Charles — — above bursting through clouds (7. M. the last unpublished and Charles II. and with one exception and with 4 and rings 1-2 by 1*1.i. incuse (I. — . another. M. square shield within the Garter 4 another M. of same type.. the whole within a wreath with F H scratched in field (7. '8 by '7 . and with i-s in field (7. fine and very rare 1 -9 269 Royalist Badge. with loop and ring. one with bust between C2 and fine. struck on two pieces of metal united by a rim. but a solid cast 2 268 Royalist Badge. -95 by -8 as before. ^E. similar legends and type (incuse). —R 1*1. and the latter within an ornamental border — . CAROLVS. of Dutch work . M. 263 Royalist Badges. (I. but with uncrowned ^rr). tandem. M. plain square ^f)j another. and unpublished Restoration of the Monarchy. VI by -95. ^ the King's bust uncrowned . *£$) M. (7. crowned bust of Charles II to right. Charles I bust of Charles I. carolvs both with loops rex. -W)> w i tn 1°°P an d ring. R. unpublished variety . 2 and rings. bust as before. 1*4 by 1*15. rev. and rare in this state. with loop. rev. -V/)> struck in low relief on two thin pieces of metal A\. but 1 ). ^^). rev. by -75. "8 M. by P. within a floral border on both sides (7. "55. gilt. and the latter unpublished 265 Royalist Badges (4). 266 4 plain reverse. carolvs. two others. rev. similar obv. and crowned. 1 "3. van Abeele. carolvs. II. I and his son between c R. rev. three crowns on the branches of a leafless oak. all fine and rare. fine and rare. '6b. but with the King's bust crowned on both sides within an ornamental border. Full-faced bust with long hair. revirescet. on a radiated field. (4).41 262 Royalist Badges bust (7.. as before.. R at sides. Phoenix in flames obv. Dove with olive branch in its beak. rev. M. between c R (7. of same size. plain falling collar. rllfe")* a ^ fare. M. 2*3. *££). both with loops. secvndvs. a fine an ^ rare embossed and 267 and a contemporaneous cast. on top of a mountain (Ararat). M. but of coarse work. rev. JR. A\. 4 with loop only. fine and rare. -55 by -50. ^) unpublished 2 1-25 by 264 Royalist Badge. but c buckle (7. both fine and very rare 2 .

1*4. 1660. necktie.42 270 Embarkation of Charles II at Scheveningen. the Scheveningen medal. Hollant. rev. on both sides. AVRAIC. rev. and below. W former unpublished 2 . Bower. before. with long hair and drapery. a ship nearing the coast. Bower. and type as but a cast and chased medal in differing Another on the Eestoration. on the Execution of the Regicides. horse- with plumed hat. with long hair. Prince of Orange. by G. type medal in tion at Scheveningen. legend JEi. cvstos. robes. A\. MAIOR... &c. Prince of Orange on horseback to right. referring fine and rare embossed and chased medal rev. Prince of Orange. laureate. 2-5. &c. wilhelmvs. and and apparently contemsolid cast. on the Execution of the Regicides. &c. M. by John Eoettier. F. and unpublished A\. within laurel &c. IN. king's bust to right. M. IN. PRINC. meo. and decorated armour and mantle . --££-). -). a rare and very fine medal 1 276 Charles II. and unpublished 274 1 Landing of Charles II at Dover. to the embarkaprevious lot. M. lace cravat.. Bower. &c. to right. devs. 2-75. van Abeele. 1 [PL VI. The Prince on . and with Dutch inscription on shell s. in. 2-7. King's bust three-quarters right. 2-75. all fine.. a beautiful medal. Another of same type. king's bust to right. 2-3. a very fine and rare embossed and chased medal in two plates. a very in two plates. slightly in details. as before. van Abeele. rev. 1660 (2).. by P. Pallas seated to left. 1660. 272 William back meo. bust three-quarters left. si. same type. by the P. poraneous. nomine. and in armour. (/. long hair. 2'75.^1. 2-75. destroying the giants. M. collar. Ai. Jove seated on eagle. . but both solid casts. by P. M. G. a rich raised border 4 (/.. the piercing envy with her spear (/. and George of the Garter . D. G. in two plates 1 271 Embarkation at Scheveningen. g^). and presumed to be the first executed by Roettier in England. rev. branches . van Abeele. king's bust to left. necktie and bow. a very fine embossed and chased medal. George of the Garter. as before. obv. III. rev. but a cast in M 2 gilt 275 Charles II.. where three warriors (symbolical of the three kingdoms) await its arrival (I. by G. -Y^7-). long hair. 1660. a M. 3 of later date. &c. is uit. 1660.E. invidia. with titles around. with long hair. 1660. est.] III 273 Charles II and his nephew William as of Orange. unpublished NOMINE. 1660. William III. 1*95. 9 both very fine and rare. and holding baton as &c.

1'2 by 1*15. george. rev. two of which M are electrotypes. of similar type. II] 281 (I. gilt. george. presenting an olive branch to work 1 278 Charles in London. his arms under a ducal coronet. nvmen. (16). his brother Thomas. Albemarle. a fine chasing of the above. and scarce 2 279 Restoration.. -Vs -). M. and three oval Badges (one with loop). former un2 published . and with laurel border on both reading sides without corded circles. &c. accomHercules and Pallas. Britannia. right. 1-45 by george. 2 (I. within wreath of oak 2-5. ^f). . incuse rev. M. of. gilt. incuse .. -V56-) M with loops for suspension. &c. ¥V-)> very fine 1 General Monk. dvke. &c. but . reading 1*55 by 1*45. (I. M. . M. Tl by *95. M. both fine and rare cast and chased medals sides (I. and the third a solid cast. with laurel border within two corded circles on both another. 1660. JR. by Stuart. a rare and beautiful II. all fine 20 282 George Monk Duke of Albemarle. in seven lines 4 - monke.. Hercules. on his arrival in London. by John Roettier. short hair. &c. Moses the people of Israel. Badge. &c. &c. rev. as before. M. gilt. copiarvm. caroli. NVLLVM. 29. by John bust of Charles II to . (7. with scales and fasces. omnivm. . rev. Simon. by Thos. &c. 1-35. and unpublished in this metal. latter unpublished 2 283 George Monk Duke of Albemarle. another. 1-2 by 1-15. and beautifully worked up by whose initials are under the bust . bust of king to right. 1*45. panied by Britannia seated to right on the sea shore. mail 1660. long hair falling upon the shoulders. felicitas. M. memor. with rose and thistle border on both sides (I. in exergue Britannia. d. and mantle fastened with brooch on the shoulder. Simon. mostly on the Restoration.43 277 Charles II. rev. 1-25. bare neck. same type as that in last lot. approaching il. HIBERNI^E. 1660. 1660. Albemarle. Badge. /ETER. and one of the most beautiful specimens of John Roettier' s Justice laureate. Peace and Mercury assembled around an altar. but loop broken off. Arms under a ducal coronet. by A. various bi'ass Counters (one plated). -45^ -). Albemarle. very fine Roettier. 1*2. Minerva. 1660. scale armour with lion's head on breast. a rare and extremely fine medal. in incuse letters. 3-4. Arms as before but incuse. his arrival medal by John Roettier. and very rare [PI. in. V6 7 )> both fine and rare cast and chased badges. Restoration. by Conrad Lauffer. dvke. a very fine medal. georgivs. and in rich armour draped rev. of which the dies are in the British Museum 1 280 General Monk. Bust of Monk to right. OF. but struck in M.. 1660. rev..

by Thos. the first very fine and the second unpublished 3 R. &c. falling lace collar. surpassed for delicacy of treatment 1 286 Coronation of Charles II. . <dl rare. JR. by Thos. on truncation T. &c. rev. with long hair. MISS VS. M. 1-15. N.. as before but obv. Charles LOT 284 II — continued. 1*1. EVERSO. and buttoned doublet . II] 1 . plain falling collar. VjX ^^h loop. pastore. of exactly the same type as the previous medal in gold . M. V* )> a very fine and rare embossed 1 and chased medal D. avraicle. The long hair and in ermine robes . Simon. M. CVSking as a shepherd tending his flock.. Oak tree in and ermine robes . WILHELMVS. d. a cast in 2&. Crowned &c. II. state with three crowns flourishing amongst the branches. and inscribed edge. Simon. and extremely rare [PI. 8T&I2-). rev. iam. 1*35 and 1 '3. &c. 285 Coronation of Charles Crowned bust by Thomas Simon. in the exergue 23 APR. left. rev. princ. with 1 plumed hat and holding baton (1. III. van Abeele. M. florescit. G. 1-15. the former a brilliant specimen with a beautiful tone. Peace crowning the king seated on chair of state (7.. 1-3. $ri)> rare in this metal. Charles II and William III Prince of Orange. 1661. Full faced bust of Charles II.. S. (7. hair long. *//) > two others. and the latter with plain edge (I.44 THIRD DAY'S SALE. and rare in this unusual state 2 287 Coronation of Charles bust of king to todiam. Rawlins. and not to be II. dixi. legend terminating coro. by P. edge in- scribed coronato. 2-8. II. 1661 (7. another. 1661. a beautifully cast medal without any chasing.. 1-7.. by Thos. 1661. The prince on horseback to right. King's left laureate. long hair. the former size with under bust. 288 Coronation of Charles bust to rev. il. 1661. carolvs. and wearing royal robes. of king to right.

Bower. with the positions of the figures on all very fine rev. 4¥8t )• Three as before. g^°). M. progeniem. " " King's Evil . with G under and B under latter rev. JR gilt (1-7 by and Queen to without date (I. g. (with coronet) on opposite sides. by G. Marriage (2). &c. ii. Ye7 )* the latter of small size and lettering. and scarce II 4 1662. 1662. *^ ). he put around the neck of each person a white riband with one of these pieces suspended from it. (I. gilt. car.. with Venus opposite (I. DEO. SINE. clarendonle. by same artist.. and holed as usual for suspension 2 *** These were termed "Touch-pieces. 1-2 by spes. same type with (7. both fine and interesting. -7 by -65. of similar type. 1-1. JR. 2*15. for ANO. with edge inscribed hinc. Michael and dragon (I. Earl's bust to right. &c. M... 1*1. M. and Catherine of Braganza. (I. et. &c. . 4 loop. St. Y32 ). Vr ) > another. 290 Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon. M. AT. Bower. trans- posed. a variety without contemporaneous cast. Yt )> both fine and rare 2 (laureate) 293 Marriage of Charles II and Catherine of Braganza. and extremely (2. but a fine chasing by type but without efigies of Charles II and Catherine of Braganza. JR.. both very fine and rare 2 II 294 Marriage of Charles 1*45). 3 loop and ring (I. hair long. with titles. qvantvm. and M. virtvte. left and Catherine. — gilt. &c. 292 Marriage of Charles 2*1. -9 and -7. Ship in full sail to left rev. and Queen (with coronet) to right on opposite sides. Simon. erit. rev. Fame with former. in plain falling collar. COMMES. 1662. by G. variety reading ANNO. rare 1 291 Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon. fvtvri. maiestas. of . Marriage Badges of Charles II and Queen. M. of similar M. sat. and chancellor's robes in six lines . Bower. on reverse R. SOLI. 2*15. all fine and rare — . as before. Ye ) > &> "75 by *6. Stuart. with floral border. unpublished. bust of to right (crowned). High Chancellor of England. Bower. but with a different edging. M. artist's name on truncation. fine. bust of King to left between c and Queen to left. vis-a-vis busts .." because when the king performed the ceremony of touching those afflicted with scrofulous diseases. by Thos. 1-7. as before but in JR. King and Queen. sic. another on same event. busts of King by G. gloria.45 289 Touch-pieces for the d. amor. another of same type. EFIGIES. EDOARDVS. Jove with 1 eagle seated to right. a fine Yr). 1662. and unpublished. (2). 4 Heart-shaped Locket. 4 trumpet and olive branch (I. King by G. &c. 1-8.

Shields of the seven United Provinces. Roettier. (the Queen's Name day). •7 by 6. (I. all very fine and scarce 3 297 Charles 1-7. types as varieties. and mantle. pietate. tt%). [PL II] 1 . '9 by *7. but King to left and with Queen to right. long hair. and with broken 2 wheel at her feet (7. and crowned rose. Simon . %%% and 8 296 Charles and M. bust of King and Queen to left on opposite sides. telis. &c. 1*7. 1-55 on the Cession of Dunkirk. ff£). " The Golden Medal. incuse loop and ring (7. with loop 1. by F. iflCUSe. 1"4. without border. frf")> a fine and very rare contemporaneous cast M. 1662. Earl of Southampton. Simon. xrf&iVg-)* two unpublished 299 and scarce 7 Thomas Wriothesley surer. sovthamptonle. *95 of Charles II. 1662. bust of king laureated and undraped. with wow. sides. M. holding sword and palm branch.R. M. M. France and England. ff-J). no legend. 477) . under copper the king's bust. and three Cliches. around a high crowned hat (Van Loon II. Catherine standing nearly full-faced. fff ) . non. unpublished . '7 (circular). of last medal. infanta. Two orange trees intertwined. rev. ^ . M. obverse as rev. incuse . bust of King to right and Queen's bust to left M. rev. JR. devs. II and Catherine. bust of king laureated. M to right . &c. JR. CAROLVS. catherina. Queen's bust to left. and CATHERINA. with Dutch inscription on rev. both scarce and very fine 298 Commercial Treaties between Holland. tin. rev. f§-§) . Tranquillity of United Provinces. thomas.46 295 Marriage Badges of Charles II and Queen (4). 1-4. -£§!•) . and on truncation Tho. &c. by John 25 Novr. by John Roettier. and queen with draped bust on opposite sides.' 2*1." M. 2. by Thos. unpublished in another variety of the above. with beaded border (1. fvtvri. M. f§-|). and with two ringlets behind the queen's neck. St. I. also struck upon a thick flan (7. f|f ) . M. with gadrooned borders scarce Tjjfii-)> a ^ fi ne and (7. M. 4 6 ). Lord High TreaBust to left in skull cap. 1*4. scale armour. SECVNDVS. REGINA. comes. II and Catherine. with loop (I.. and queen with pearls in hair and draped.. termed Roettier. in five lines (7. dona. and bell metal. crowned on opposite sides. insignis. similar. all fine (7. the god of war prostrate under the feet of peace. with loop and ring. and M. and three Medals of Louis XIV. with titles around (7. nobis.. Catherine. Belgic lion with arrows and scales rev.by -85. on opposite The Feast of St. 1662. primis. 1662. (7. Catharine. with titles around (I. -9 by 8. SPES. and robes. with coronet.

r. Brodnax. NEC. 1-05. on which last is engraved a coat of arms. burnt and sunk.000 prisoners taken. &c. Rawlins. Death contemplating an hour-glass on a sarcophagus. Rachel hat. 3rd June. . talibvs. and is described the list of medals by Roettier (Stuart Papers. Draped bust with short hair to right 25. ships — "The Royal Charles. Windsor). M. 500. . penes. Simon. Honorary Naval Reward. seated in marine car drawn by four sea-horses (I. pennant.. p. and was doubtless *#* awarded to the naval officers under the Duke of York. modern chasing. Memorial Badge of left in M rs.47 300 Earl of Southampton. M. pontvs. M. laureated Charles II to right. 305 Dominion of the Sea. JVNii. for the defeat of the Dutch under Opdam. r££). 1665. and draped bust of 1665. all fine and the unpublished 3 301 Naval Reward for Services. long hair and richly figured armour. Rachel Brodnax. 302 James Duke of York. 2 in plain reverse. John Horfmanden. terris.) qvvm. Stuart. on the Naval Action with the Dutch off Lowestoft. -f-ff). Windsor). (I. M. without artist's name on Bust to truncation. 2 -75. 3. NOS. broad-brimmed and r around. dau of Mr. both fine and scarce. crowned. a very fine medal 1 *** This medal was struck in gold and silver for presentation to officers of the rank of captain and upwards (Stuart Papers. a rare and beautiful little medal of minute treatment. rev. PRO. by John Roettier. JR. f|). with similar bust and . gilt. charged with c R. the latter unpublished "%* The former medal was used as a naval reward. at the mainmast. by 1-35. on truncation. 1-65. rev. King's bust to right.. with mantle. die . 1665. and 3. rev. avsis. by 1-2. M (I. with the (7. to right . and holding trident. the Duke of York's flagship. floral border on both 1 sides f||). 1665. 3*2 by 2*4. laureate. Naval Reward. In this battle twenty -four Royal Charles were captured. et. an extremely fine and very rare medal [PL II] This medal was struck both in gold and silver. the whole engraved . king in royal robes. a fine and rare medal 1 303 James Duke of York. Antique trophy with naval engagement in the distance and a cast Plaque. t. laureate and draped. 1665. by Thos. ANTI- (I. Roettier. Mrs. a as before. M. &c. minor. f|f. King's bust. im- perivm. an early 1 impression struck before the failure of the rev. rev. Charles II standing on the sea-shore viewing a naval engagement. 3*05. IN.." with — Calendar of Victory. Royal Admiral's flagship in the foreground f££). whose flagship was blown up by the " " and himself killed. M. cast and chased at a later period.. without flaw.. 2*5. below. 1665. M. by John Roettier. by Thos. by John GENVS. rev. 304 Charles II. a naval action.. Simon. 1665. Another. serviet.

rev. 1666. both very fine and rare 2 307 Naval Action with Dutch at Bergen. 21. &c. between two over his head a wreath. (7. &c. as 3. &c. JR. Lord Berkeley. of two embossed plates. bittren. with plain reverse (I. VAN. bust of Abraham to right. as before. plain falling collar. very rare. by 0. 2-15. ffj-). one reading christianiss. mvnsters. half length figure of Thomas. naval action within the harbour of Bergen . in the B. and below Das wort Brittanjes trotz. short hair falling collar. 1665. two armed figures holding lances with pennons. fH). soldiers holding Mutter. Muller. 1666. 308 Abraham Simon. below (/. by G. obv. plain (I. plain tina of JR. obverse as before . a similar inscription but differently spelt and arranged atavis. three quarters left. JR. and chased. (/. Pool. long hair. brandenbvrg. and beard. Du Four. 1666. 215. sides. of coarse and grotesque with legend 1 work in imitation of the original cast medal as (/. Anno. and medal of Queen Chris- Sweden suspended from Thomas Simon. chain. brit. laat.. T8 by 1-5. (2. the former from a wax model 309 by Abraham himself. &c. 3 '35. JR. f$-f)> both fine and rare chasings by Stuart. within a border of oak leaves (/. with an olive wreath. Pool. on the alliance of France and Holland. &c. 1665. before. 1-65. on obv. B. 3-4. very fine. bust of the Elector. ££-£) on both and unpublished . Another. in four lines. three quarters right. but JR. of. George fif)) a fine and rare contemporaneous cast. 2. rev. by G. leaden cast. and without any legends beyond kevrvorst. M. by /. 1665. fif). Op de roof zugt van Caret. by 5 Mauger. and buttoned doublet . M. as but a struck specimen. in six lines. a very fine and rare medal by 0. all fine and rare all varieties. and united by Peace in centre. unpublished 1 311 Peace between Holland and the Bishop of Munster. JR. before. JR. rev. in sixteen lines. fi^)> a very fine and rare medal of two embossed plates. chased 1 310 Peace between Holland and the Bishop of Munster. nv. 2 Peace between Holland and the Bishop of Munster by the Mediation of the Elector of Brandenburg. (I. 1-8 by 1*5. executed perhaps about the middle of the eighteenth century. doublet. with laurel branches reverse. each surmounted with a cap. den 10 Augusti genaakte d'Engelsche Graaf vd Zandwigh. JR. with flaw in die on on same event . ffcf).48 306 Naval Action with Dutch at Bergen. Tnree medals of Louis XIV. regibvs.. rev. but rev. den. y%%).

M. M. bust of the Admiral. as previous lot (I.49 312 Proposed Commercial Treaty with Spain for the free passage of the Scheldt. rev. stabilita. M. 2-8. Be Godt der den oceaen. Michael . hair long. and with fringed mantle around shoulders . and a Plaque. and awarded to the town guard. &c. a naval engagement with ship on fire in the foreground. victoria. and a Medal. 1*8. to commemorate the above Goden zet. type and scarce as medal in 2 previous but without loop. a rare and very fine medal of two embossed plates. 3*2. -f^). HiER. Capture of the Island of St. M. in the Downs. fff ). f|£) j two others of same type. . mnemosynon. to which are attached the shields of the Seven United Provinces with spectand^e. a naval battle with a piece of wreckage in foreground inscribed G. de wet. 1666. DAM. colonia. (I. for presentation to the town guard. 1666. both very fine 316 Michael de Ruyter. struck at Amsterdam by Van der Wey. rev. 2-2. ment with a ship on fire. rev. by John Roettier. the second unpublished in copper 313 Another on the same event. 2-25. het. 3-1. and lot. rev. naval action with sinking ship in foreground (7. within a laurel wreath. (I. stryckt. M.. 3-1. redeant. and a Medal. both very fine and rare in 2 314 Naval Action between the Dutch and English Fleets the Downs. 1666. 2-25.. 1*65. Miiller. standing upon a pedestal near the sea crowded with shipping (2. laureated and undraped bust of Charles II .. f£4). &c. in 13 their respective bundles of arrows (I. a very fine and 1 rare medal of two embossed plates. the other a 3 cast and scarce. with the seven shields of the United Provinces suspended above (I. mullet on and obv. &c. rev. in the exergue. m. one a all fine fine struck medal with m. to commemorate the same naval action. the king as a Roman Imperator. bust FR. three-quarters right. PVGNANDO. 1 '8. -fif ) . by 0. M. Christopher by the French. feict. 1666. caressing a lion. M. -finr). in M. a naval engagein the foreground . JR. rev. with two Tritons holding naval crown over head . rev. lines. by John Roettier. the latter with loop 315 Naval Action between the Dutch and English Fleets . struck at Amsterdam by Fan der Wey. commercia. &c. &c. by Christopher Adolfszoon. unpublished . 1666. both very fine and 2 rare. dvsmoet menjvychen. 2 only 1666. britsch. a soldier with sceptre and laurel wreath. M. American Indian supporting French shield. M. battle.. I. wearing the collar and badge of St. incuse. by 0. A. of Louis XIV. laureate bust of Charles II. -§|-|) . Midler. Dutch Admiral. 317 Michael de Ruyter. a variety of the Admiral's bust. by Manger.. &c. pool. of the reverse and chased . &c.

Ships burning right. 1666. Dutch Adbust of Evertsen three-quarters miral 1666. Mutter. 2-85. by Christopher Adolfszoon. with collar and badge of St. latter unpublished 2 3*05. hier. M. a very fine medal of two embossed and chased plates 1 325 Admiral de Ruyter. 1666. on the same event. doublet and scarf. unpublished in this metal 320 Michael de Ruyter. (J. by 0. a fine and very rare chasing. Miiller. het. with lace cravat. holl. M. Order van haer E.-Admiral of Holland. 3-15. by 0. and a cast of the latter. Michael . between trophies of rev. M. van Abeele. pewter. two other struck medals of the same type. naval engagement with ship on fire in the foreground. fffX a fine and rare medal of two embossed and 1 323 Cornelius Tromp. rev. Lieut. verse. rev. -f-ff). similar. M. rev. stryckt. 315. 1666. 2*8. M. Cornelius Evertsen. rl. in this metal gilt. britsch. in 1 and rare struck medal exergue. M. below. in extremely fine state and very rare medal same type as and 1 322 Cornelius Tromp. and two Tritons above. a solid . Hoogh. &c. a cast hollow medal with broad rim. 2*9. fff)» o> solid and contemporaneous cast. genvhole nearly full-faced bust with cravat and plain doublet. both fine and very 321 rare. 1666. Cornelius Evertsen. contemporaneous 2*7. both tromp. type as before. holding laurel wreath over his head . a shell inscribed Door. M. with loop. rvyter. very fine and unpublished 2 324 English Ships Burnt in the Medway by Admiral de Ruyter. 2-8. (I. 2-2. arms. below in script letters Chattam Jun : At 1667. f§-f). &c.. 1667. plain. by P. 2-1. Michael. exactly the same another. but on band below bust cornelis. with the artist's name on a piece of wreckage (/. m. HIER. plain re. latter 1666. between trophies of arms. Naval battle. rev. Mog. by 0.50 318 Michael de Ruyter. admiraal v. one sinking in the foreground. JE. and two Tritons above holding laurel wreath over his head . 275. bust of De Euyter three-quarters rev. last and M. bust of Tromp three-quarters right. pvgnando. M. full-faced bust with cravat and plain doublet between trophies of arms . het. unpublished 1 . M. Naval action with sinking ship in foreground chased plates (I. but a solid cast. Naval action with sinking ship in foreground (2. to right. STRYCKT. &c. admiraal. Mutter. . chasing. add. of exactly the in previous lot. britsch. a very fine 1666. Admiral's bust with collar and badge of St. 3-05. three-quarters left .. by Jerian Pool. but a cast medal of two embossed chased plates. ff-f). near Chatham. the two 3 319 Michael de Ruyter.

. by 0. mitis. unpublished 2 2-8. but a cast. both fine 1667. and rare. by P. above. and dividing date. both fine tremely rare and unpublished in this metal and chased medals. by C. &c. with crest and lambrequins. 2-8. and below anno 1667. with chronogrammatic legend sIC.E. . hinc. by Jan Lutma. 332 Peace of Breda. the latter unpublished in this metal This medal was struck by order of the Magistrates of Leyden. Muller. behind lion (T. a rare and extremely fine medal 1 328 Peace of Breda. rev. but a cast. a very fine and rare medal chased plates. Leges. Michael. het. procvl. |2-9 ) ? O. and view of Breda taken from a higher point (/. fInes.. rev. nostros. a Ship sailing to right with A. ex- 333 Peace of Breda. similar.A. but with plain edge . 1667. two varieties of the preceding medals. 2-75. E 2 . 2-8. rev. fff ) . Bird's-eye view of clouds. a Ship to right in full sail propelled by favourable winds (1. &c in 19 lines this very fine. M. zeiilt. M. vrede. M. SEDES. d rare medal of two embossed and chased plates 1 334 Peace of Breda. Fame proclaiming peace. 329 Peace of Breda.. one 3-5. but in *#.* ASSERTO. M. rev. cast M 2 with correct date. 3-2. Another of same type 2 M. 3*4. 1 Breda (7. Shield of the City of Leyden crowned wlcanvm. hier. and a specimen in gold was presented to each of the overseers. above. with the date in the legend of the obv. and the only specimen of the medallic work of artist referring to English History before. 1667. as in tin . on the same event. micivii. AVSPICE. mdclxvii.. and the other M. in mon. both fine same type. on BELLON. Peace accompanied by Love. 1667. &c. ff^)> a very fine an. 1 330 Peace of Breda. &c. but struck 2 M. by Christopher Adolfszoon.51 326 Admiral de Ruyter. . for the purposes of levying the hearth-tax for the support of the navy. 2 -7 of contemporaneous work.S. 331 Peace of Breda. view of Breda from . 1667. rev. breda. -f-ff). both very fine and rare. another. similar. 3-5. pewter. ff-f). &c. M. De Kuyter's shield of arms within collar and badge of St. a lion sporting amongst arms and cannon. inscribed edge (/. per. Holland trampling upon Discord. by Jan Lutma. et. batavvs. same type as before. 1667. on flags (I. obverse as last medal but one. another. fortis. &c.. ffi). a very fine and rare medal of coarse workmanship M. &c. 2-9. and unpublished [PL VI] 327 of two embossed and 1 Peace of Breda. the river.L. Adolfszoon. N. bestia. van Abeele. DEO.. &c. 1667. mala. 1*2. who were appointed to supply lists of the hearths of that city. in the exergue. &c. and below leo. and scarce (former unpublished) and with plain edges 1667.

and a variety of 2 edging avgvstvs. (I. imperil &c. Adolfszoon. 1667. 1667. as before . N. 341 (I. f§-f).. by P. Pool. but varythis interesting and rare specimen of 1 medal 338 Peace of Breda and Alliance of England and Holland. ft!)* a fine and very rare medal in this metal 1 The figure of Britannia on the preceding and following medals of "%* this type.. gloria. laureated bust of Charles II to right with fringed mantle around shoulders . solid cast. M. 1667. M. deo. batav.. 1667. Peace facing. as before. et. and the latter struck fi ne and rare me dals. and above. cvnctvs. PACIS. inscribed edge as before (7. -f|f). and the latter unpublished 2 340 Peace of Breda. Britannia. 2-25. by John Roettier. rev. favente. M. cvnctvs. soli. by John another of same type. N. by C. in the Medway. 21 by Jerian ing in details.. supported by infant genii of war. secvndvs.. 342 Peace of Breda. one embossed and chased plates 1 336 Ships burnt but JR. above a scroll inscribed. extremely fine and scarce 1 Peace of Breda. but struck in M. by C. (I. britan. with edge inscribed carolvs. Adolfszoon. and the latter very rare and unpublished . 1*75 but a contemporaneous cast. of Peace. 1667. artist an extremely fine and rare medal in this metal. 2-25. the Shields of England and Holland suspended from a festoon of fruit and flowers encircled by a wreath of laurel sailing . but the without drapery. and a pelagl. Stuart. fti)> a fine an ^ rare hollow medal of two 2 "9. both fine and rare. Duchess of Richmond. similar. &c. burning ships near Chatham. DEO. fit)' both very published. (I. on which the has committed the error of placing Scotland in the first and fourth 1 quarters of the shield 339 Peace of Breda and Alliance of England and Holland. the former un2 337 Proclamation of the Peace of Breda. 1*75. but M Roettier.52 335 Ships burnt in the by P. M. king's bust is 1667. in the exergue. 1667. and seated upon piles of arms. by John Roettier. as before. with legend. sinking in the foreground rev. type and edging 2-25. sic. gilt. M. van Abeele. &c. 2-1 by Jerian Pool. both very fine medals. an extremely fine pelagl. 1667. Britannia seated to left at foot of rock viewing her navies. an English and a Dutch ship amicably alongside each other to right rev. Proclamation of the Peace of Breda. pacis. Fan Abeele. sic. Another. 2*8. as before. as before. 2-25. Neptune on car to left. pax. &c. Medway and Proclamation . . &c. 1667. is said to be a portrait of the famous court beauty Mrs.

Roettier. but a rose bush (I. below j rev. °°th very fine and rare 2 347 Investiture of Charles XI of Sweden with the Garter at Stockholm. M. unrev. M. extremely fine and rare. Another of same type. below . &c. popvlorvm. by John Roettier. latter unpublished in another M. deo. by John Villiers. 1667. with long spear in right hand. regvm. unpublished and perhaps unique in this 1 metal 348 Sir Edward a fine Nicholas. legibvs. conjoined busts of king and queen right. ill. St. all fine and rare qviescit. assertis. ANTE. another. salvs. St. sleeping lion (I. JV. ffi). rev. by P. Quiet state of Britain.. Concordia. as before. 1669. orbe. SALVS. inland M.53 343 Peace of Breda. wearing low drapery. and with plain reverse (I. 2-5. Britannia seated to left under rock. 2-5. in twelve lines within a garland suspending the seven shields and seven bundles of arrows of the United Provinces ( Van Loon. M. OMNES.. rev. in this metal.. the Garter passed through two crowns and two interlinked c's. 2-8. f£f). rev. (2). and with plain reverse (/. 1*1. JR. 3 out leg