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ANCIENT, BRITISH AND FOREIGN COINS
AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS
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ANCIENT, BRITISH AND FOREIGN COINS AND COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS
22-23 SEPTEMBER 2014

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Olivier D. Stocker
YOUR SPECIALISTS
STAMPS
UK - Tim Hirsch Guy Croton Fernando Martínez David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger
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CHINA - Anna Lee Tommy Chau
COINS
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BANKNOTES, BONDS & SHARES
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ORDERS, DECORATIONS, MEDALS & MILITARIA

SALE CALENDAR 2014
STAMPS
20 September
20 September
25 September
10 October
11 October
16 October
6/7 November
26/27 November
11 December

Sale of Stamps of Singapore Philatelic Museum Handling Collection
Stamps and Covers of South East Asia including the Peter Cockburn Award Winning
Collection of Straits Settlements and Malayan States Revenue Stamps
Great Britain from the Vestey Collection
Indian Postal Agencies in the Persian Gulf Area, The Alan Parsons Collection
The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale
Australian Commonwealth from the Vestey Collection
The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale
The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale
The Leeward Islands, Bahamas and Turks Islands from the Vestey Collection

Singapore

14034

Singapore
London
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
London
New York
London
London

14026
14031
14037
CSS10
14032
150
14025
14033

Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals
The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale
The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale
Important Collection of Islamic and Indian Coins
Ancient, British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals

London
New York
Hong Kong
London
London

14006
321
CSS13
14038
14007

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

London
London
New York
Hong Kong
London

14013
14013
321
CSS13
14039

Orders, Decoration, Campaign Medals & Militaria

London

14003

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

New York
Hong Kong
London

321
CSS13
14017

The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale

New York

Wines and Spirits
Wines and Spirits

Hong Kong
Hong Kong

COINS
22/23 September
15/16 October
21 November
2 December
3/4 December

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BOOKS
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AUTOGRAPHS
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WINES
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30 September
1/2 October
15/16 October
21 November
9/10 December

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20 November

BONDS AND SHARES
15/16 October
21 November
28 November

AUTOGRAPHS
15/16 October

321

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19 September
20 November

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Order of Sale
DAY ONE
MONDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2014
Morning session at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 1-401)
Lots
A COLLECTION OF CELTIC COINS – THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

1-22

CELTIC COINS – VARIOUS PROPERTIES

23-28

ENGLISH, ANGLO-GALLIC AND SCOTTISH COINS FROM THE COLLECTION
OF SIR RICHARD GROUND O.B.E.

29-80

ENGLISH COINS – VARIOUS PROPERTIES

81-387

A CIVIL WAR HOARD

360-377

VARIOUS PROPERTIES

378-387

COINS OF SCOTLAND

388-393

COINS OF IRELAND

394-400

ISLE OF MAN

401

END OF MORNING SESSION

Afternoon session at 2.30 p.m. (Lots 402-628)
ENGLISH MILLED COINS

402-565

A COLLECTION OF HALFPENNIES – THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

514-530

PROOF AND SPECIMEN SETS

552-556

BRITISH COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS

566-628

CITY OF LONDON MEDALS

609-628

END OF DAY ONE

DAY TWO
TUESDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2014
Morning session at 10.00 a.m. (Lots 629-973)
ANCIENT GREEK COINS

629-682

ROMAN AND BYZANTINE GOLD COINS FROM THE COLLECTION OF
SIR RICHARD GROUND O.B.E.

683-701

VARIOUS PROPERTIES – A COLLECTION OF ALEXANDRIAN TETRADRACHMS

702-714

ROMAN COINS

715-766

BYZANTINE COINS

767-772

MIXED LOTS OF ANCIENT COINS

773-779

ARAB-SASANIAN COINS

780-782

ISLAMIC COINS

783-829

INDIAN AND SOUT EAST ASIAN COINS

830-973

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22 & 23 September, 2014 - London

Order of Sale
Afternoon session at 2.00 p.m. (Lots 974-1226)
NUMISMATIC BOOKS
COIN SCALES
CABINET
EUROPEAN COINS FROM THE COLLECTION OF SIR RICHARD GROUND O.B.E.
WORLD COINS AND MEDALS – VARIOUS PROPERTIES
Argentina
1042
Australia
1043-1048
Austria
1049-1050
Belgium
1051
Brazil
1052-1061
Canada
1062
China
1063-1064
Colombia
1065
Denmark
1066
France
1069-1081
Finland
1082
Gabon
1083
Germany
1084-1100
Greece
1101-1103
Hong Kong
1104
Hungary
1105-1118
Ionian Isles
1119
Italy
1120-1135
Italian Colonies
1136-1138
Japan
1139
Liechtenstein
1140
Low Countries
1141
Mexico
1142
A COLLECTION OF MEXICO CITY PILLAR DOLLARS FORMED IN THE 1960’S –
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
Mombasa
1186
Netherlands
1187
New Zealand
1188
Nigeria
1189
Philippines
1190
Portuguese India
1191
Poland
1192
Russia
1193-1200
Serbia
1201
South Africa
1202-1204
Spain
1205-1208
Switzerland
1209-1214
Turkey
1215-1216
United States of America
1217-1222
Uruguay
1223
Miscellaneous Lots of World Coins
1224-1226

974-1010
1011-1013
1014
1015-1041
1042-1226

1143-1185

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serving as Attorney General until 1992. Sir Richard was applauded by Bermuda’s legal profession for being ‘firm but fair’ at all times. Chief Justice of the Turks and Caicos Islands 1998-2004. Roman and Byzantine coins (lots 683-701).E. and was called to the Bar. and praised for his judicial acumen and intellect. attended the Inns of Court School of Law. Lady Ground went on to become the founding Executive Director of the National Trust for the Cayman Islands. 5 . English coins (lots 29-80). (1949-2014) Sir Richard Ground graduated from Lincoln College. a keen diver and wildlife photographer.LONDON Sir Richard Ground O. and Chief Justice. in Gray’s Inn.B. Oxford in 1970. in 1991 for services as Attorney General in Cayman.E. 2004-2012. and was made a Knight Bachelor in 2012 for services to justice in Bermuda. He went on to serve as Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of Bermuda 1992-1998. Sir Richard was also a keen coin collector. Bermuda. met and married his wife Dace in Cayman where she was Government’s Marine Parks Coordinator. and Sir Richard worked enthusiastically to ensure the success of that organisation.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 16:52 Page 5 22 & 23 September. in 1975. 2014 . Described as ‘patient and professional’. and European coins (lots 1015-41).B. Sir Richard. and coins from his collection can be found throughout this catalogue. He was awarded the O. He was appointed Queen’s Council (Cayman Islands) in 1987.

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN 1 2 1 (x2) x1 2 (x1.C.100-1.87.24g. Rudd ABC 2329. extremely rare £900-1. britiSh & foreign CoinS & Commemorative medaLS MONDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2014 Morning session at 10.200 3 3 (x1. rev. lot 3 WWW. very fine £1.100 PROVENANCE: St James’s auctions.5) x3 Celtic. 6.000-1.5) Celtic. S. V.92. They are subject to revision. gold Stater. gold Stater. A COLLECTION OF CELTIC COINS .-. VA 1455-3.13. S. ‘Clacton’ type 2.). Rudd ABC 19. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century BC).0139). 19 April 2012.Com Page 6 £1. trophy design (S. Please note that bidders who acquire lots on the-saleroom. pellet dividing SS below horse (Mack 82. V. about extremely fine. disjointed horse right with pellet below (Mack 46a.27). blank.com. Bidders should bear in mind that estimates are prepared well in advance of the sale and are not definitive. cf CCI. Spink is pleased to continue to offer our brand new on-line bidding platform Spink Live for no charge through www. 1.1).300 .76g. gold Quarter-Stater. 6 October 2011. Ambiani (mid to late 1st century B.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:53 Page 6 anCient.36g. 5. S in field.spink. (Lots 1-401) All lots are subject to Terms and Conditions for Buyers printed at the back of this catalogue Estimates The estimated selling price of each lot is printed below the lot description and does not include the Buyer’s Premium. large flan.m.com will have a fee of 3% on the hammer price added to their invoice for using this facility. devolved Apollo head right. rev. rev.00 a. good very fine and very rare PROVENANCE: Spink auction 210. lot 106 x2 Celtic. BMC 145-79. blank.-. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century BC).SPinK. British series G.

lot 37 Indicated as of highest rarity and possibly unique.500 PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd. Rudd ABC 485. rev. good very fine £2. horse left. Rudd ABC 2344 var. seven-spoked wheel and zig-zag line below (cf Mack 70.). Corieltauvi (mid to late 1st century BC). ‘Remic’ type. horse right.London 4 5 5 (x1.222). good very fine £1. reverse slightly off centre. very fine £600-800 PROVENANCE: SNC. gold Stater. East Wiltshire (c.59g. ‘Whadden Chase’ type. lot 39 Indicated as extremely rare. gold Stater.1502 var. floral sun above. devolved head of Apollo right. bold details.29. 5. Rudd ABC 1722. S. horse right.5) 4 (x1. 2014 .800-3. only 11 others known x6 6 7 6 (x1.200 .78g. List 120. CC198 x7 Celtic. wing motif above. wreath motif with hidden face. 1. North East Coast type. beaded sun ring below (Mack 142. remains of wreath.. rosette below (Mack 55. S. List 120. rev. Rudd ABC -. July 2009. V. gold Quarter-Stater.500-3.33 var. S.. British Qa. Harris collection x5 Celtic.5) 7 (x2) Celtic.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:53 Page 7 22 & 23 September.210). 7 £2. devolved head of Apollo right. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century BC). S.000-1. very fine PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd.5) x4 Celtic. triple tailed horse right. cf V. 5. full details.99g. 55-45 BC). gold Stater. V. July 2009.48.200 PROVENANCE: SNC. wheel below (Mack 58.805). sunburst at end of hairbar.38. 5. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century BC). rev. CC199 Ex R. cog wheel in front.34g. rev. V.

late Weald net. V. Rudd ABC 180. extremely fine PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd List 120.500 PROVENANCE: St James’ auction. two in the British Museum. gold Stater. July 2010.000-8. good very fine £1. 5. horse left annulet on chest. Rudd ABC 1025. well centred. Cantiaci (c.150). net below (Mack 84.5) x10 Celtic. lot 107 9 9 (x1. 1996-97 WWW. Rudd ABC 1025. ‘E’ type. only three others recorded. S.Com Page 8 £6. Commius (c.5) x9 Celtic. E above and wheel below.200-1.700-2. gold Stater. S. wheel below (Mack-. CC221 10 10 (x1.SPinK. blank. COMMIOS around (Mack 92. ringed-pellets above. rev. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 8 8 (x1.50-30 BC). Ex Westerham hoard. V. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:53 Page 8 anCient.5) x8 Celtic. 19 April 2012. Atrebates and Regni. scarce £1. lot 9 Indicated as excessively rare. Kent.000 . rev. V. good very fine. horse right.352).66. E above. Regini and Atrebates.169. good style. horse right.66.52g. Commius (mid to late 1st century BC). devolved head of Apollo right. gold Stater.000 PROVENANCE: SNC.352-1).50-25 BC). devolved head right. pellet above and below tail. S.

List 118. 2014 . rev.218. S. scintillating rose gold. 5. otherwise good very fine £2. beaded ring below (Mack 184. hook below (Mack 149.000 . gold Stater. V. Catuvellauni.1736). Rudd ABC 2580. Catuvellauni.37g.500 PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd. bucranium and anemone above.early 1st century AD). extremely fine PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd.000-2. T in centre. lot 47 Indicated as rare 9 £6. gold Stater.London 11 11 (x1. clear inscriptions. horse right. List 119.52g. S. lot 40 Indicated as excessively rare 12 12 (x1.25 BC-10 AD. a pleasing piece. c. TV type. 5. S. holding carryx (Mack 157.000-8. horseman charging left. 5.1780-5). holding sword and shield.000 PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd.1680). Rudd ABC 2553. only eight others recorded 13 13 (x2) x13 Celtic. crescents in wreath. good very fine £1. Tasciovanus (late 1st century BC . crossed-wreath motif with two opposed crescents and four ringed-pellets at centre. wellstruck. TASCI RICON.early 1st century AD). Rudd ABC 2571.5) x11 Celtic. List 119. Tasciovanus (late 1st century BC-early 1st century AD).39g. four ringedpellets. lot 46 Indicated as extremely rare.5) x12 Celtic.214. rev.500-2. reverse off centre. V.219. helmeted horseman right. V in field. Tasciovanus (late 1st century BC . gold Stater.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:53 Page 9 22 & 23 September. V. good flan. vertical wreath. rev. Catuvellauni.

rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 10 anCient. S.283.5) x16 Celtic.000-4. MV to right. V. very fine £800-1.5) x15 Celtic. branch above (Mack 212. 5. Rudd ABC 2783.000 PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd. ear of corn. corn ear dividing CA-MV. nearly extremely fine PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd.2010-7). branch and pellet above and below (Mack-. CA to left. MV to right. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 14 14 (x1. 5. plastic type. only six others recorded. lot 47 Indicated as extremely rare. plastic type. CC231 15 15 (x1. toned.SPinK.38g. rev.3). July 2010. V. clear details.Com Page 10 £3. Rudd ABC 2789. Rudd ABC 2789. Cunobelin (c. Ex Colchester collector 16 16 (x1. extremely fine £3. Cunobelin (c.2010-7).40 AD). CVNO. V.287.000-4. CA to left.000 .5) x14 Celtic. horse right.000 PROVENANCE: SNC. List 121. Cunobelin (early 1st century BC to c. ear of corn.AD 8-41).AD 8-41). branch and pellet above and below (Mack -. lot 44 Indicated as excessively rare. horse right. gold Stater. clear details. gold Stater. S. only five others recorded Ex Brodie Hall collection WWW.287. B before. Catuvellauni and Trinovantes. CVNO. rev. Catuvellauni. List 128. ‘wild’ type.1933.42g. S. Catuvellauni and Trinovantes. B before. horse right. gold Stater.

1066). List 120.99g. M[V] to right. darker tone.000 PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd.1092). 5. rev. lot 34 Indicated as a very rare type and an excessively rare reverse die. ANTEΘ [RIG] OV triple-tailed horse right. [C]A to left. triple-tailed horse right.000 .385. gold Stater.000-7. rev. 4. only nine others recorded including three in the British Museum Ex ‘Best of the West’ collection 11 £6. List 128.289. lot 49 Indicated as extremely rare. Dobunni (mid 1st century BC to mid 1st century AD). gold Stater. round flan.London 17 17 (x1. six-spoked wheel below (Mack 392. floral motif above (Mack 208. only one other specimen recorded Ex ‘Best of the West’ collection 19 19 (x2) x19 Celtic.35g. V.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 11 22 & 23 September. good horse. List 120. extremely fine £3. CVNO. tree symbol. Anted type. horse left.5) x18 Celtic. rev. V.000-4.000-4.379. COMVX. extremely fine £3. only 15 others recorded including 7 in museums. 5.5) x17 Celtic. tree symbol. good very fine PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd. S. wheel and X below (Mack 386. classic type. lot 32 Indicated as extremely rare. S. gold Stater. Cunobelin (c. full inscription.35g.AD 8-41). 2014 . Ex Colchester collector 18 18 (x1. V. Comux type. well struck. scroll at bottom. Rudd ABC 2054. Rudd ABC 2066. Dobunni (mid 1st century BC to mid 1st century AD).000 PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd. Rudd ABC 2804. ear of corn.2029). Catuvellauni and Trinovantes. unique reverse die. S.

960). rev.5) Celtic. V.R.43g.SPinK.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 12 anCient.Com Page 12 £1. V. CORF below. remains of wreath. List 120. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 20 20 (x1. only 13 others recorded Ex Ian O’Reilly collection H.5) x20 Celtic. List 121.410.819-3). Corieltauvi (early to mid 1st century AD). good very fine £800-1. clear details. triangular head. pellet under head (Mack 459. gold Stater. star below (Mack 450. bar with crescent at end. S.800 . sunflower below (Mack 449a. disjointed horse left. Rudd ABC 1854. rev. crude laureate head. 6 November 1991.390.5) x21 22 (x1. Corieltauvi (mid to late 1st century BC). ringed pellets. lot 28 Indicated as rare WWW.34g.390.200 PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd. S. lot 23 Indicated as extremely rare.809). V. large flan. gold Stater.200 PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd. 5. Glendinings. gold Stater. List 121. lot 167 Ex Garner collection x22 Celtic. about extremely fine £800-1. Mossop. 5. clear motif. ring of pellets in each crescent. large flan. 5. crude wreath design. about extremely fine PROVENANCE: Chris Rudd. anchor symbol above. Rudd ABC 1752.200-1. only three others recorded from these dies Ex Mike O’bee collection Ex Nigel Robinson collection Ex Sean McInerney collection 22 21 21 (x1. wreath with leaves inwards. disjointed horse left. triangular head. S. Rudd ABC 1737 (this coin). VEP above. Corieltauvi (mid to late 1st century BC). crescent. rev.54g. phallic motif above. disjointed horse left. deep engraving. lot 21 Indicated as excessively rare.

500 Catuvellauni and Trinovantes. 5. gold Stater. Catuvellauni. BMC 3058-60. horse left. 1. S. BMC –.58g. very fine 13 £1. tree-like emblem. good very fine £800-1. 5. Rudd ABC 2048. silver Unit. just a couple light areas of weakness. rare £900-1. –). rev.200-1. BMC 635. rare £280-320 East Wiltshire. very fine. Corio (c.5) Dobunni.000 . ring pellet beneath. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 13 22 & 23 September. rev.5) North Thames. pellet in ring and small rings above and below around (ABC 2107. gold Stater.20 BC-AD 5). triple-tailed horse right. triple tailed horse right. Rudd ABC 2514. gold Stater. crescents below. inscription partially off flan.’ head right. S.50-30 BC). below which a small star. 5. crossed wreaths extending from back to back crescents at centre. CVNO above exergual line (Mack 212. stylised locks of hair above.53g. very fine £250-300 25 26 25 (x1. [CA]TI.. S.45-25 BC). Vale of Pewsey (50-35 BC). cruciform pattern.VARIOUS PROPERTIES 24 23 24 (x2) 23 (x2) 23 24 Regni. branch above. crescent cross type.40 AD).AD 1-20). ring pellet above.]. S –). Addedomaros (c.London CELTIC COINS . wheel below. BMC 2390-94. inscription above (Mack 266. ring pellet above. symbols in fields (Mack 393.000 Dobunni.5) 27 (x1. rev.54g. plain field.500-2.200). S. 5. Rudd ABC 2783. horse right.c.386). Rudd ABC 2057. very fine £1.384). S.100 28 28 27 28 (x1. lyre shaped object below (Mack -. gold Quarter-Stater. 2014 . VA –. BMC 3064-3133.27g. pellet at base. rev. ‘Sussex lyre type. above and wheel below. light wear to higher points and periphery. CO[RIO]. corn ear dividing CA .283). Catti (c.26g. wheel below (Mack 391. rev. Uninscribed Coinage (c. very fine. 0. pellets and annulet dispersed in field ADDIID[. BMC 1804-08. tree symbol.5) 25 26 27 26 (x1. horse right. gold Stater. horse rearing right.92g.MV. Cunobelin (early 1st century . Rudd ABC 647. plastic type.

small flan split through horse’s head. good very fine £400-500 Celtic.1522-5). flower. ANGLO-GALLIC AND SCOTTISH COINS FROM THE COLLECTION OF SIR RICHARD GROUND O. sun above.70.22g.137. 5.33g. S.12). V. V. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century BC). rev.B. horseman left. horseman right. 30 29 29 30 31 31 32 Celtic. holding sword and shield (M. horse left (M. S.2. pale yellow gold. horse right.150 BC .1487-1).39g. V. VIR above.34g. REX below (M.48. gold Quarter-Stater.1608). reverse slightly off centre. very fine £600-800 Celtic.85.151-1). nearly very fine £500-600 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink. £350 32 Celtic. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century BC). otherwise very fine £300-500 34 33 33 34 Celtic. rev. gold Quarter-Stater.c. British ‘Remic’ type.200-1.50 BC). rev.10 . COM. Cantii. spiral above and wheel of six spokes below (M.3.120.61g. 1. devolved head of Apollo. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century). gold Stater. S.45g.172. Trinovantes.203. horse right. very fine £250-300 35 36 35 36 Celtic. rev. Addedomaros (late 1st century BC). wearing armour.Com Page 14 . Verica (c. 7. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century BC).E. S. mane curved up. 4 April 2001.36. Gallo-Belgic Issues (c. 1. V. winged object above and wheel with six spokes below (M. blank. gold Stater. gold QuarterStater.32.184. traces of crossed wreath design.226-1). V.121. triple tailed horse right. Whaddon Chase type. 5. rev. about fine £500-600 Celtic.1780). old scratches on obverse.13g.40 AD).c. laureate head left. 1. Catuvellauni. Wonersh type.219. 18 September 2001.early 1st century AD). S. lot 1697 WWW. Tasciovanus (late 1st century BC .Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 14 anCient. 5. gold Stater. v shaped ornament above. devolved head or wreath pattern. 5. rev. rev. Atrebates and Regni. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS ENGLISH. V. TASCIO RICON in panel.34g.148. gold Stater. V. cog and zig-zag line below (M. box with cross-hatching below (M. Gallo-Belgic A (Ambiani).500 PROVENANCE: CNG auction 57.SPinK. S.F on tablet. V. good very fine £600-800 Celtic. very fine £1. S. holding spear. horse left. S. gold Stater. horse right (M.271.5001). rev.

reverse very fine. V. standing facing in ship. slightly off centre. 6 November 1991. cf S. rev. good very fine (2) £200-300 41 41 42 Edward III (1327-77). rev. cross potent. Anted (mid 1st century BC . Glendining. head right. Schneider 76.207. fourth coinage 1351-77. Cunobelin (early 1st century AD to c. Armorica. m. crowned. S.379. 4. London. saltire between HY-B. Spink auction 198. pellet in ring below (Rudd ABC 1552.1069-1). pre-treaty period 1351-61. scrape on obverse. London. triple-tailed horse right.04g. double saltire stops (N. 2014 . standing facing in ship. crown (1356). gold Stater. 1.404. billon Stater. lot 746 42 Edward III (1327-77).386.1231. Noble. horse right. about very fine £600-800 PROVENANCE: Marshall. wheel below (M. silver Unit. very fine £3.mid 1st century AD). gold QuarterStater.98g. beard below chin. 1 May 1978. horse right. very fine £250-300 Celtic. Beds. hatched box. pale gold.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 15 22 & 23 September. Early Uninscribed Coinage (mid to late 1st century BC). ANTED above. 40 AD). branch above. 6.1160. V. floriate cross. king. rev. horse right (M. rev. holding sword and shield.1502). holding sword and shield.430. Mossop. crowned. corn ear.1489). treaty period 1363-69. lot 152 H. rev.433).76g.000-4.628). single saltire stops. Rudd ABC 70). arms extending from a central panel containing the letter E.42g. single annulet stops (N. obverse corroded. V.55g. Irstead type. small lis added in second quarter. S. wreaths at sides.London 39 38 37 40 37 Celtic. 5. 6. 38 39 40 Celtic. gold Stater. mane. rev. dividing CA-MV.2027). boar below (LT 6634. series F. Noble.m.500-2. The Coriosolites. Dobunnic emblem. rev.16g. 19 March 2009.48g. £660 15 £1.000 PROVENANCE: The Property of a Gentleman.288. m. floriate cross. with centre stalk. 1. Dobunni. clipped. S. head right.m. Catuvellauni.000 . S. Iceni. CVNO on exergal line (M.R. group a. lozenge above with pellet at each corner. fine £400-500 Celtic. lot 322 Found Biggleswade. early uninscribed. pellet mane. fourth coinage 1351-77. Spink auction 125. Schneider 30. saltire before EDWARD above fold of sail. king. 3 March 1998. Iceni (mid to late 1st century AD). 7. S. bird-headed horse right. good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby. extending from central panel containing a letter E. slightly wavy flan.

very rare without the usual decoration around the inner circle on the obverse £2. £850 44 44 Anglo-Gallic. on scroll between them. leopard to right. Latin cross. left hand raised. Edward the Black Prince (as Lord of Aquitaine 1362-69). sword in right hand.5) 43 Anglo-Gallic. rare The annulet in pellet was the mark of Pierre de Préaulx (1446-49) WWW. m. mullet stops. Latin cross. all within tressure of ten arcs (Elias 270. Pavillion d’or. Schneider 109). rev.18/301. fleur to left. HENRICVS DEI GRA FRACORV Z AGLIE REX. AVE. HENRICVS DEI GRA FRACORV Z AGLIE REX. Rouen.000 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink. good very fine. Mary and Gabriel behind shields of France and England. Schneider 52). Henry VI (1422-53). XPS VINCIT XPS REGNAT XPS IMPERAT. downwards. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 43 43 (x1. all curved to right. cross quernée within ornamental quatrefoil.SPinK.47g. F. ED PO GNS REG ANGL PNCS AQ.18/301. two leopards at his feet.m. Salut d’or. Bordeaux. 3. h below. rev. E in centre. annulet in pellet below A of IMPERAT.46g. second issue.000-3. Henry VI (1422-53).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 16 anCient.5.44g. or Noble Guyennois. rev. leopard.Com Page 16 £1. all within tressure of ten arcs (Elias 270f. on a scroll between them.200 . good very fine £600-800 45 45 Anglo-Gallic. second issue.000-1. fleur to left. XPS VINCIT XPS REGNAT XPS IMPERAT. slightly uneven strike with some extra metal between 12 and 3 o’clock and weakness between 4 and 6 o’clock. third issue. AVE. F. F. pellet stops. 13 June 1985. annulet in pellet under E of REX. Salut d’or. Rouen. leopards in first and fourth angles (Elias 154c. DNS AIVTO Z PTECIO ME Z IIPO SPAVIT COR MEVM B. 4. Schneider 117). Mary and Gabriel behind shields of France and England. 3. Prince standing beneath Gothic portico. downwards. leopard to right. very fine. h below. all within a plain inner circle. two ostrich feathers at each side.

5. S. holding sword and shield. 4. St Michael spearing dragon. London.m. m. Groat. HENRIC VII. S. from a mount. from a mount. Noble.2183).1760. Angel. otherwise about extremely fine £1.London 47 46 46 47 Henry VI (first reign 1422-61). 3. S.2254).1743. cross above dividing E and rose (N.m. first coinage 1509-26. shield within ship. J.2265). 768 var. Spink auction. London. 6.m. trefoil stops with lis after HENRIC.03g.03g. shield within ship. very fine £1. 3. rev. N. m. shield over long cross fourchée (N. creased and now with flan crack. PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPE REDE.m. St Michael spearing dragon. floriate cross. king.500 49 48 48 49 Henry VII (1485-1509). No. rosette stops. W.m. cf Schneider 464. m. HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGLIE Z FRAN. AGL’ Z FRA’. SCBI 23 Ashmolean. S. illustrated p. rev. annulet issue 1422-30. extending from central panel containing a letter H. 2014 . tentative profile issue.1414. H over castle.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 17 22 & 23 September. Angel. Groat. pierced cross with pellet in third quarter both sides.28 (realised £360) Ex W. shield within ship. rev.99g. crowned. Potter collection £700-900 50 50 51 51 Henry VII (1485-1509).1696. -/-. cf Schneider 515.200-1. AGL’ Z F. scallop. rev.2254). tentative profile issue. m. lot 221.000 Edward IV (second reign 1471-83).16g. Angel. very fine and extremely rare with the mintmarks omitted PROVENANCE: C. nearly very fine and a particularly interesting tentative ‘squat’ bust variety with foreshortened hair £200-300 Henry VIII (1509-47).03g.500-2. F. edge loss above and below angel where broken from a mount. Gilboy. otherwise very fine £600-800 17 . 5. centres weak but legend mostly full. a few weak patches but generally a sturdy piece with particularly good facial detail. good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby 31/3/1982 for £450 £800-1. HENRIC VII. S. crowned bust right. St Michael with both feet on dragon.2091). type III.. S. cross above dividing H and rose (N.000 Henry VII (1485-1509). standing facing in ship. cross dividing H and rose above (N. rev. 9 July 1981. shield over long cross fourchée (Brady 274 var. crowned bust right.1626.87g.1799).1743. m. cross-crosslet. annulet in first spandrel of second quarter (N. rev.

m. king seated on narrow high backed throne.Com Page 18 £15.000 . edge split at 10 o’clock. second coinage 1526-44. Schneider 573. lot 163 WWW. 15.5) 52 Henry VIII (1509-47). holding sceptre and orb.2267). and other small marks around edge. rev. shield on large Tudor rose within single tressure with floral decoration in angles (N. portcullis below.m.15g.1782.000-20. very fine.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 18 anCient. S. rare PROVENANCE: The Ridgemount Collection. lis over sunburst/arrow. Spink auction 69. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 52 52 (x1.SPinK. Sovereign. 20 April 1989.

000-15.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 19 22 & 23 September. king seated on throne with high curved back and angel supporters. Sovereign. third coinage 1544-47. 12. HR below.London 53 53 (x1. lot 47 19 £12. rev.2290). Tower mint.5) 53 Henry VIII (1509-47).000 . S.72g. Tudor rose below. type II. very fine. no A in TRANSIENS (N. 20 March 1985. 2014 .1824. crowned shield with lion and dragon supporters. rare PROVENANCE: Glendining. Schneider 608 same dies. m.m small lis both sides.

10. rose. S. Groat. 24-27 October 1932.2337D). Lockett. Groat. rev. m. DI’ G’ R’ AGL’.56g. Laker A3. a rare bust variety 59 £300-400 In ‘The Portrait Groats of Henry VIII’. S. 1526-44. some weakness. illustrated p. shield over long cross fourchée. even tone. rev. m.m. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 54 54 55 56 Henry VIII (1509-47). Lombardic lettering/Lombardic lettering. lis. second coinage.1797. Groat.m.SPinK. second coinage. C in HENRIC. rev.64g. good diagnostic features to portrait. C in HENRIC.Com Page 20 . Lombardic lettering/Lombardic lettering. saltires in forks (Laker p. even tone. A. saltires in forks (N.–). pl. illustrated.1797. young crowned bust right. A. 1526-44. rose. XVIII 55 56 Henry VIII (1509-47). shield over long cross fourchée. S. C in HENRIC. rose. part VII (English III). closed. rose. light scratch to hair.. Z FR’.1797.60g.m.28 (£360) F. crowned young bust right. nearly very fine or better. heavy obverse scratches. Laker B. soft strike to bust. Laker C. young crowned bust right. Groat. saltires in forks (N. presentable obverse with good facial detail. 9 July 1981.2337E). N. there are none in the British Museum. m. second coinage. Z FRANC’. Laker A1. 2. Groat. Gilboy. 58 59 Henry VIII (1509-47). closed.’. very fine. shield over long cross fourchée. very fine £200-300 57 57 58 Henry VIII (1509-47). Spink auction. dig in reverse field. especially rare with this obverse legend £500-700 PROVENANCE: C. Groat.63g. 1526-44..11 explains.m. C. mintmarks clear. 2. a little flan loss. rev. saltires in forks (N. Z FRAC’. Laker D. C in HENRIC. deep tone.2337A). closed. Laker D.37g.52g. rose. shield over long cross fourchée. second coinage. lot 3232. shield over long cross fourchée. rev. 2. a little short of flan. second coinage. corresponding on second quarter of reverse shield. showing a straighter nose and a rather pointed chin. Whitton refers to as a ‘Greek profile’. lot 235. dig in obverse field. 2.2337E). Sotheby. Z FRAC’. lot 400 (part) R.2337C). S. Walters.m. young crowned bust right. C. Laker.1797. 1526-44.m. DI’ G’ R’ AGL’. 4-6 November 1958.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 20 anCient. a presentable piece.1797. DI’ GRA’ REX AGL. Lombardic lettering/Lombardic lettering. a particularly pleasing specimen. F. crowned bust right. a very rare early piece with an almost pattern like look to it. very fine £100-150 Henry VIII (1509-47). saltires in forks (N. very fine £200-250 WWW. A difficult portrait to find. DI’ G’ R’ AGL’. m. 2. m. S. crowned bust right. off-struck. presentable. ‘Type C is a rare portrait which C. this earlier bust rare £400-500 Henry VIII (1509-47). p. good very fine. Glendining. S. Roman lettering (Lombardic h)/Lombardic lettering. 1526-44. 2. open. rev.1797. second coinage. m. shield over long cross fourchée. 1526-44. saltires in forks (N.

1526-44. Lombardic lettering. annulets in forks (N. m. crowned shield with supporters.2369). king enthroned holding orb and sceptre. rose after REX. saltire in forks. Laker A. very fine PROVENANCE: Seaby auction. even tone.2339). rose after TAS and before BRIS (N. scarce mint and mintmark for this coinage £180-250 Henry VIII (1509-47). slightly small flan. lot 35 21 £2. 1544-47. nearly very fine. S. 9 July 1981. 2014 . 2. F. lot 251. lot 89 62 62 63 63 Henry VIII (1509-47). Groat. Laker A1.1865.2372).33 (£140) Glendining. lis. Cardinal’s hat below.London 60 60 61 61 Henry VIII (1509-47). scarcer mint £150-200 64 64 Edward VI (1547-53). HR below (N. lis. 6. t-w at sides. N.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 21 22 & 23 September.1799. m. irregular flan. Bristol. Tower. 23 April 1986. crowned bearded bust half right. rev.92g. Cardinal’s hat very clear. shield over long cross fourchée. acorn. rev. crowned bearded bust half right. Groat. 1544-47. lis in forks.m. ws monogram. S. Gilboy.500 . arrow.1844. S. 2. wear mostly to bust and reverse shield. rev. good detail to bust. m. 4 April 1979.m. third coinage. large pitted area above reverse shield. nearly very fine £100-150 Henry VIII (1509-47). S. Spink auction. CIVITAS BRISTOLIE. slightly creased. rev.1846.. m. Lombardic lettering. good fine. Schneider 645 var. CIVITAS EBORACI (N. shield over long cross fourchée. HalfSovereign. 2. very fine £200-250 PROVENANCE: C. coinage in the name of Henry VIII 1547-51.2391). 2.m.84g.000-2. 1544-47. illustrated p. edge spilt at 12 o’clock. third coinage.48g.1844. third coinage. York under Archbishop Thomas Wolsey. shield over long cross fourchée. Groat. FRANCE.32g.17g. wear to bust. saltire in annulet in forks (Whitton A2 var. long cross fourchée over shield. crowned bust right. crowned bearded bust half right. second coinage.2369). rev.m. 1526-30.m. Laker Bristol A. m. Groat. S.

Com Page 22 £9. otherwise good very fine with an excellent portrait. Southwark. Schneider 685. lot 1858 WWW. Spink auction 39. A.000 .1906. lot 85 R. 10.2433).m. rev.Y for Sir John Yorke. double small square stops. edges weak in places.69g. S. rose after REX. mark in obverse field. 6 December 1984. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 65 65 (x1. m. crowned arms with supporters.SPinK. Lockett. Glendining. Mallinson. holding sword in right hand and orb in left. very rare PROVENANCE: Rev. second period.5) 65 Edward VI (1547-53).000-12.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 22 anCient. Sovereign of Twenty Shilings. young king enthroned. 11-17 October 1956. ER in cartouche below (N.C.

07g. tun.55g. uncrowned bust right.m. 3. 1550-53. crowned shield dividing E-R (N. rev.1928.000 68 68 Edward VI (1547-53). rev. Y. fine issue. 5. very fine £2. tun. light dent behind bust. holding sword in right hand and orb in left. Schneider -. EDWARD’. second period 1549-50. VI: D’: G’. Schneider 686 var.59g. Southwark.2483).1938.5) 66 Edward VI (1547-53). IHS’.m.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 23 22 & 23 September. slightly wavy flan. very fine or better 23 £250-350 . crowned facing bust half left.5) 67 Edward VI (1547-53). even tone. S.500 67 67 (x1. Half-Sovereign. 1551-53. Half-Sovereign. 5. Tower.000-2. m.. S. doubly creased otherwise pleasing with good detail to the face. AGL’: FREA’. shield over long cross fourchée (N. rev. m. Sixpence. Z: HIBER’: REX:.2435). S.London 66 66 (x1. ILLOR’R’. crowned shield dividing E-R (N. PERMEDI’. 2014 . king in armour half-length right.000-3. third period. very fine £2.m.1908.2451). AVTEM: TRANSIEN’. IBI.. m. slightly creased and flat either side of shield on reverse.

britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 69 69 (x1. m.] :D’: G’: ANG’. Fine Sovereign. 1553.Com Page 24 £12. slightly creased.m. :MARIA: [m. 14.94g. clear portrait.m.SPinK. queen enthroned holding orb and sceptre.000 .. portcullis at her feet. Schneider 704.1956. pomegranate after MARIA on obverse and DNO on reverse. FRA Z: HIB’: REGINA: M:D:LIII. small mark in centre of drapery over queen’s legs. shield on Tudor rose (N.000-15. FACTV’. A: DNO.5) 69 Mary (1553-58).2488). S. EST: ISTV’.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 24 anCient. good very fine WWW.. Z: EST: MIRA’: IN: OCVL’: NRIS’. rev. minor variety of punctuation on rev.

1970. multiple scratches and pitting but respectable busts for this issue. sole rule 1553-54.2505).13g. crown above dividing date. Groat.1997. trefoil both sides. HIB’ REGINA. good fine £200-300 Philip and Mary (1554-58). unevenly struck on the reverse. very fine £200-300 Philip and Mary (1554-58). minor punctuation on obverse. garnished shield. Sixpence. EAM. very fine with a good portrait £400-500 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Seaby. crowned shield dividing E-R (N. third issue 1619-25. shield over long cross fourchée (B & C Bust 5A. m.2641A. 2014 . rev.63g. 1.85g. rev. busts vis-à-vis. 4.m. SCVTVM. 2. m. 3. third and fourth issues. S. 5. Groat. and S of SCVTVM doubled and the R beside shield very faint 74 74 75 £5. Schneider 92). extensive graffiti to obverse and reverse under magnification. Half-Pound. m. shield over long cross fourchée (N. m. ET. S. crowned shield. D’.m.2492). very fine £200-250 73 73 (x1. crowned bust left wearing decorated dress. ANG’.1960. long wavy hair. full titles. 1575. the m. nearly very fine £150-200 James I (1603-25). ELIZAB’.2535). 1.m.2118. rev.83g. £350 25 . pin prick perforation at 10 o’clock. light wear. FRA’. crowned bust left. cf. crown above dividing value (N.. Crown gold coinage. Sixpence.m tun. crown breaks legend. crowned bust left. lightly toned.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 25 22 & 23 September.91g.London 70 70 71 72 71 72 Mary (1553-58). S. cf Schneider 808. chip on edge at 12 o’clock.2009.1973. a presentable piece.000 75 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). legend weak betwen 3 and 6 o’clock both sides. 1561-77. Half-Laurel or DoubleCrown. S.m. G’.2508).2563). FIDEI. shield over long cross fouchée (N. crowned bust left.000-7. PROTEGET. rev. S. IACOBVS (N. eglantine. laureate draped bust left. rev. 1554. S.52g. lis. 21 December 1978.5) 73 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). rev. third issue 1593-1603. flan nick. N.

cuirassed bust left.46g. rev. square topped slightly garnished shield (N. m. Sotheby. Glendining. Webb.m.60 W. lot 2615 H. very rare PROVENANCE: Lucien La Riviere. Double-Crown. crowned oval shield dividing C-R (N.m. 8.2149. Sotheby.000 PROVENANCE: Purchased Spink July 1986 Brooker SCBI 33.3301.C.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 26 anCient. S. Raynes. 4. 11-17 October 1956. lot 348 H.SPinK.O. first hammered issue. Spink auction 124. rev. Marsham. 9-14 July 1894. heart. lot 717 WWW.000 . 18-19 November 1997. otherwise good very fine £1. almost extremely fine.2688). lot 232 77 77 (x2) 77 Charles II (1660-85). lot 660 R. Unite. metal flaw in front of bust. Clark. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 76 76 Charles I (1625-49). lot 1779 R. 23-26 May 1898. 15 February 1950. O’Hagan.2753. second crowned laureate bust left. S. m. 19-26 November 1888.Com Page 26 £6.92g. Glendining.L. crown on obverse only.500-2. Schneider 382). lot 201 H. Sotheby. no. Lockett.000-8. 16-20 December 1907. Sotheby.

5. crowned arms of The Protectorate (ESC 1005.3228).128 the overdate noted.5) 80 James II (1685-88). S. otherwise very fine. rev.5256.m. lot 479 W Sinkler. S. the date weak.000 .000-5. Glendining. St. Spink auction 108. draped bust left. 1687 over 6.120). Duncan Beresford-Jones. 5 June 1980. good very fine £1.London 78 78 (x1. no stops. rev. wear to high points on portrait.500-1. Guinea.99g.800 80 80 (x1. some irridescent toning. king riding to right. £375 27 £1. scuffed area to left of shield.02g. type I. sceptres in angles (MCE. fields a little matte but reflective. second laureate head left.5) 78 Scotland. Rider. rev.5) 79 Cromwell. 1658. Shilling. IACOBVS DEI GRA REX SCOTOR. four crowned shields cruciform. laureate. rare £3. good very fine PROVENANCE: Purchased from Stanley Gibbons. SALVVM FAC POPVLVM TVVM DNE. m. haymarked on reverse.000 PROVENANCE: R. lot 722 79 79 (x1. single tressure to shield.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 27 22 & 23 September. 5.(S. some marks around edge. 2014 . 24 February 1960. small dent on reverse inner circle at 10 o’clock. double saltire stops.3402).500-2. lis/. 7 March 1995. James III (1460-88).

655-675.500-6. divided by pelleted line with a large fleur at each end. Chick 76. full flan. Metcalf vol. Offa.25g. UU-IN-O-Ð. series K. type 33 var. London. SCBI 63 BM. post-Crondall phase. West Berkshire. released August 1989 From the 1988 Coddenham (Suffolk) find For more information on this piece and the Coddenham find refer to J. cross before. July 1965 Recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme. lozenge O within angles of a cross fleury.) an uncleaned field find. Winoth. MAL inverted beneath PADA in runes on tablet.SPinK. XI (1990). 1.0084 84 Mercia. OFFA/REX. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS ENGLISH COINS . 4th-5th October 1990. PADA type Ia. c. K38/30. lot 287 Submitted to coreigner September 1988. c. 710-60. S.000 PROVENANCE: Sotheby. ref. single annulet below throne (SCBI 63 BM. 1. cross before. N. Sutherland 1948. early period. wolf headed serpent left (Abr. post-Crondall types. 2a. rev. rev.10g.73-5 this coin referred to and line drawing illustration on p. 25% of reverse delaminated.44.. S.20. secondary phase. central panel with incurved sides containing a plain cross over a saltire of petals (cf Blunt 83.v. rev. light scratch to portrait behind nose.000-2. Rigold PIa.94 var. N.904).500 PROVENANCE: Found Aylesbury Vale. extremely rare with bust left £300-500 PROVENANCE: Found near Newbury. pale gold Thrymsa.770). superb detail to obverse. c.VARIOUS PROPERTIES 81 82 81 (x2) 81 82 (x2) Anglo-Saxon. EMC 2013.. Sceatta.75. tufa flanked by V either side above (Abramson p. Cambridge.Com Page 28 £2.500 .Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 28 anCient. cf Sadler no. p. no. p.803 var.000-5. Metcalf 79-80.1. bust left. Special Publication no.26g. two seated facing figures being crowned by winged Victory with a pellet either side of head. very fine WWW. S. 82 Anglo-Saxon.767). a detector find thus some surface scuffs as usual. type II. extremely fine and highly desirable this good £4. blundered legend. a well known coin referred to in the major reference works £4. 1.121.151. extremely fine/very fine.88g.C. rev. cross above.5) 83 Anglo Saxon. The Suffolk 1988 find of Anglo-Saxon Gold Coinage.780-92. pearl diademed bust with right. this coin referred to. GVA-TSNC for CONSTANTINUS AUG?.27. Two Emperors type. non-portrait type. Sadler TINS Notes vol. good very fine and extremely rare. S. PUBLIC-9242C3 83 84 84 (x1.e. i. light coinage. No: 31i var. Thrymsa. N. helmeted and cuirassed bust right in imitation of emperor Constantine I.7. Coddenham style. 2013 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. pretty much as struck with much lustre and just the lightest of wear to the reverse portraits. Buckinghamshire. cf N. 0. Penny.288.655-75.

Offa (757-96). Winoth. traces of glue to damaged edge. Penny. N.000 .-.12g. VVINOÐ. light coinage. extremely rare. only the second example of this transitional Offa-Coenwulf type and unique with the moneyer’s name reading clockwise on reverse CENVVLF PROVENANCE: Found near Bedford. IBBA before. Ibba. rev. good fine/good very fine. pitting. uncial M. in angles of a lozenge cross fleury (cf Blunt 62. 40% flan loss.300. a remarkable and unusual bust. Bedfordshire.294.35g. looking up. Penny. 86 86 87 87 Mercia. rev. April 2014 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. light coinage. 1. cf S. lozenge with incurved sides containing a cross bottonée over four petals saltire (CEB 44. 796-97. S. 2014 .780-c. S. large bare headed bust right.792. portrait type. c. portrait Penny.500-3. N. Pehtwald. obverse surface pitting. bold reverse. Offa (757-96). light coinage.912A). between beaded crooks vis-à-vis.500 Chick notes one example only for this type. 1. within angles of beaded long cross. Penny.London 85 85 (x1. 0. PE-HT-VA-LD.500-3. +E/AL/[MU]/ND. regnal title before OFFA [REX]. slightly buckled and with a little edge loss but with all the essential devices legible. very rare £2. c. London. rev.905). good very fine. cf N. one arm with a parallel line terminating with crooks (Naismith L7a var . within angles of a Celtic cross containing a small saltire on a long cross fourchée (Blunt -. draped bust right.0119 29 £2. N.75g.905). Chick 127. rare £2. three arms terminating with an uncial M. three line phase. OFFA R-EX around. draped bust right. Cambridge. uncial M. lozenge O. London.200-2. portrait type. O/F/R/M.5) 85 Mercia.307. nearly very fine/good very fine. Chick 52. EMC 2014. Canterbury. rev. nearly very fine £200-300 Mercia. Ealmund. full flan. REX with pellets. trefoil at each side above. S.obverse die duplicate.905).5) 88 Mercia. porous obverse surfaces. Coenwulf (796-821). 1.21g. c.000 88 88 (x1. patchy tone.780-792. good reverse surfaces. Offa (757-96).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 29 22 & 23 September.780-92.

Upton upon Severn was part of the original endowment given by Coenwulf to Winchcombe Abbey. Diola.345 var/360 var.S. See also the Pada type Thrymsas for other examples of this helmeted bust inspired by a Roman prototype. contraction bar above within inner circle. S. letter A in centre (Naismith L18/19 obv. tribrach phase.5) 90 Mercia. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 89 89 (x1. N. groups III/IV. There is much evidence to support the notion that these pieces have an explicitly religious nature and were largely used as votive offerings. letter A type variant. large stylised bust right wearing devolved Roman helmet.28g. Penny.342. The Abbey was founded by Coenwulf and its charter was subscribed on 11th November 811 by Cuthred. February 2013 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. Upon Coenwulf’s death in 821 he was interred within the Abbey which was also the final resting place of his son. otherwise good very fine. London or Rochester.000 PROVENANCE: Found Upton upon Severn near Worcester. an imitative solidus of Louis the Pious. c. Wulfred.F R.914). London.A. uncial M. EMC 2014. N. +COENVVL. Sired. King of Kent. S. var. found in Wiltshire. a field find. cf P.500 .500-3. at this time. 1. Worcestershire.0233 The appearance and findspot of this coin has a significance which is yet to be fully understood.X. The current specimen. each arm containing a row of pellets. some discolouration on reverse.Com Page 30 £2. the capital of the Kingdom of Mercia. More research needs to be undertaken but seldom can an artefact of such age have such a direct association with the King whose name it bears. Cynehelm. REX M + COENVVLF.23g. the host coin nearly extremely fine £800-1. 1. within angles of a tribach formed of two lines. 797-805. and a total of twelve bishops and eleven dukes. King of the East Saxons. Coenwulf (796-821). this reverse with moneyer’s name divided DI/OL/A unlisted. uncial M and S reversed. uncial M.1a/b/L19. pellet in DI and OL angles of tribrach (Naismith L9 var. It is up for speculation as to whether the die was prepared at London and subsequently sent to Rochester or whether the moneyer moved from Rochester to strike at London. The practice of coin bending is most usually associated with the 13th-15th centuries. A variant struck at London with the Roman inspired laureate bust (cf Naismith L18. Penny. WWW. 90 90 (x1. Cambridge.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 30 anCient. DIOLA. hair showing below.E. rev. One other 9th century parallel is known. unique of this style and die pairing Although Ealhstan is known for Rochester only. rev. Coenwulf. Archbishop of Canterbury. later venerated as Saint Kenelm. deliberately folded on all four sides and discovered on land belonging to Coenwulf’s own religious house could feasibly have a direct association with the endowment of the land to Winchcombe Abbey or possibly the foundation of the Abbey itself..2a) is known so it is more than feasible that this variant is directly related. 10% flan loss. deliberately bent into a rectangular shape with four almost equal edges facing towards the obverse.810-20.5) 89 Mercia. Of course other scenarios are also possible. Ealhstan. this piece has definite stylistic affinities with Coenwulf’s London coinage. +EALHSTAN MONE. (WILT-A50F43). Winchcombe (16 miles from Upton) was.SPinK.918/917).

without doubt.this coin.VII.this coin.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 31 22 & 23 September. In addition to Mercia and Wessex. Penny.429. 22-23 April 1999. Ceolwulf II (874-c.London 91 91 (x2) 91 Mercia. one of the finest specimens. CIOLWLF REX:•. discovered 15 May 1840 on the south bank of the River Ribble The two types listed under Ceolwulf II of Mercia are both of great numismatic interest. clearly struck using re-engraved dies with the undertype visible. lot 458. rev. 31 £15.000 .500) Stonyhurst College collection.36. BNJ 1963. Stack. unobtrusive pecks to reverse. Pl.1840s? Cuerdale (Lancashire) hoard. 26 May 2008. from a Cuerdale parcel acquired by the college c. 10-11 October 1989. diademed bust right.880). Both types were also struck by Alfred of Wessex. the cross and lozenge type was also struck in Kent and also the Danelaw. LIOF/VALD/MO/NET in angles of cross crosslet with lozenge centre and a plain cross within (Blackburn and Keynes 35 . trefoil of pellets at end of regnal title. the first of which copies the reverse of a fourth century solidus. Dolley p. lot 337. large intact flan. London style.VIII. Goldberg. now pleasantly retoned. pl. N. 8 . five were in museum collections (four in the British Museum and one in the Hunterian). S. once cleaned. The current piece is.944). Christie’s. 2014 . Liofvald.000) Jacob Y. Surviving specimens of Ceolwulf amounted to nine when Dolley penned his 1963 BNJ article on ‘An unpublished hoard-provenance for a penny of Ceolwulf II of Mercia’ and of these nine. particularly legible is what appears to read F REX in first/second quarters of reverse. nearly extremely fine. of great interest and rarity PROVENANCE: The Millennia Collection. Sotheby.000-18.88-9. Terner collection Lawrence R. Since the onset of metal detecting other pieces have surfaced but in very low numbers. as well as having a superb 174 year old provenance. lot 194 ($15. previously graded XF40 by NGC. 1. the first lot of 17 pieces stated in the sales catalogue as emanating from the Cuerdale hoard (£9. cross and lozenge type.

1. rev. 1. small chip. phase I. diademed bust with bonnet right. AÐEL/VLF MO.118.1135). +EADGAR REX ANGLORVM.5) 96 Eadgar (959-75). Canterbury.Com Page 32 .749.54g. Penny. S. c.i. REX+AEÐELRED. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 93 92 93 (x1.07g. rev.622. DMO/WLFEAR/NETA. 1. Winchester.459. very fine £600-700 Wessex. Deorwald. Horncastle. Wulfeard. one third flan loss. small cross pattée within inner circle. N. good metal quality. two line type. scarce obverse field design £100-150 Wessex. DEORV/VALD MO.0130 94 94 95 95 Wessex. Edward the Elder (899-924). small cross pattée within inner circle. S.5) 92 93 East Anglia. the metal appearing somewhat water worn. small cross pattée within inner circle. large flan with full outer beading and superb central strike. S. nearly extremely fine.SPinK. phase II.600-2. c. Lincolnshire. Corpus Ae2. rev.649. +PIHTSIGE MO PINTONIA. slight crease. Canterbury. S. pellet in angles (Naismith E56. Penny. divided by three small cross pattée. Wihtsige. two line type. N. EMC 2014. rare this good and with such full readings of ANGLORVM and £1. Cambridge. perhaps the third known £800-1. rev. otherwise an unusually full and pleasing flan for this.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 32 anCient. Beornferth. Athelwulf. reverse type A (Lyons and MacKay Aethelred I group 2. 0. +EADM[VND R]EX AN.1087). pellet above and below (N.910-915. Penny. small perforation at 10 o’clock. N and E ligate. 1.72g. Penny. this moneyer extremely rare. extremely fine. Edward the Elder (899-924). S. Aethelred I (865/6-71). Penny. 2014 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum.000 PROVENANCE: Found nr.955). pellet above and below (N. a couple of scratches in fields visible under magnification.1055).61g.899-910.1087).649. Eadmund. Winchester. small cross pattée within inner circle (N. cross with upper and two transverse arms crosslet. +[BEO]RNFERÐ MO.62g. about very fine. lunettes coinage. rev. slight crease. circumscription cross type.200 PINTONIA WWW. the latter sloping upwards. very fine £700-800 96 96 (x1. pelleted inner circle containing cross pattée. divided by three small cross pattée.

Sotheby. Penny. Godwine. dark tone. there are similar examples known in the contemporary Danish coinage which clearly show the cross struck on the hand. N. 1. 1. Penny. 1. reminiscent of the Ipswich buttermarket hoard pieces so possibly exposed to fire. With the movement of dies known to have occurred between England and Scandinavia. 3 December 1956. old tone. well centred. diademed bust right. S. 1. + LEOFRIC MØO CAENT.5) 100 Aethelred II (978-1016). +EADELM M-O ROFE.766 var. 1996 (with his ticket) N. very fine £250-350 PROVENANCE: Bt. 17-21 November 1913. weakness to drapery. it is feasible that this seemingly official obverse die could have ben paired with a fabricated reverse die and struck on the continent. hand issuing from cloud dividing alpha and omega (N. lot 483 33 £300-400 . Dawson (with his ticket) Spink. very fine PROVENANCE: Bt. first hand type. pecked. S. nearly very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Bt. P. collection. hand issuing from cloud dividing alpha and omega (N. D. lot 425 (£110) Purchased by Doubleday at the Carr sale Sonia Carr.766. Penny. Dawson.40. This moneyer also struck the Benediction hand type at London which also shows a similar cross struck on the sleeve of the manus dei. 1974. 100 100 (x1. some underlying lustre on reverse. W. Sotheby. hand issuing from cloud dividing alpha and omega (N.60g. + CYNSIGE M-O LVNDONI. rev. manus dei impaled with cross issuing from cloud dividing alpha and omega (c. rev. Penny. rev.59g. first hand type. Doubleday. +GODPINE MØO LVNDN. Leofric. P. first hand type. S. Rochester.f. 15th Duke of Argyll. Glendining. P. Eadhelm. slightly dappled tone. 2014 ..766. No. full and round. Canterbury. Cynsige. 1999 (with his ticket) 98 Aethelred II (978-1016). V. London. perforation behind eye. diademed bust right.1144var). manus dei/cross clearly struck. diademed bust right. 1994 Purchased by Dawson at the Doubleday sale (Doubleday ticket retained) G. rev. dark. Campbell. S. 6 October 1987.766. Dawson. nearly very fine.1144). possibly unique and a very interesting piece which may be of Scandinavian manufacture £300-500 The representation of Stigmata appears to be unknown in the domestic late Anglo-Saxon coinage.64g.52g. surface crack across neck. purchased by Spink 1949 99 Aethelred II (978-1016). diademed bust right. lot 106 (part) P.1144). Hauberg. Carlyon-Britton. However. London. P.1144).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 33 22 & 23 September.London 97 97 98 99 Aethelred II (978-1016). first hand type.

39 Pl I/5 this coin.1146).1148). Dawson. Spirling. rev. Eadsige. rev. Penny. draped bust left. Penny. S. diademed bust right. sceptre before. lot 56 105 Aethelred II (978-1016). Baldwin’s auction 7. sleeve of East Anglian style (N.770. 1957 W. York. voided short cross. Cambridge.1148). second hand type. P. first hand type.44g. 1. p. sceptre before. Hertford. sleeve of local style (N.Com Page 34 £200-300 . 1. Penny. +SPYRLING MO ÐEOTFOR. flan split. London. nearly extremely fine WWW. sceptre before. bust well struck.67g.766.1148 var). Sotheby. rev. proprietor of the Northern Hotel. Edwi. 3863 With ticket in hand of F.770. N.45g. 1. hand issuing from cloud dividing alpha and omega.H. Penny. scarce mint £200-230 PROVENANCE: SNC. superb deep and iridescent tone. S. 2 May 1996. C. pt. bust left. voided short cross. first hand type. Lockett. A. 1. a couple of pecks on face. London. Jacob. Glendining 4-6 November 1958.770 var. the portait nearly extremely fine £250-350 PROVENANCE: Bt.26g. 1. Crux type. Wheeler. Hand of Providence dividing alpha and omega (N. +GODÞINE M-O LVND.1144). +EDSIGE M-O LVND.36g. Thetford. +EDRIC M-O GRANT. rev. good very fine £250-350 PROVENANCE: Ticket in the hand of F. sceptre before. Elmore-Jones Seaby. Carlyon-Britton collection. 1962. Cambridge R. Edric. Penny. lot 410 (Jacob’s ticket included) Tadgell collection purchased by Baldwin’s. pecks. 1. pellet in each quarter (SCMB 1984. S. £4.35g. Beolan.766. metal flaw on drapery. peck across bust and on reverse. diademed bust right. voided short cross within inner circles.10s R. draped bust left. a few pecks. Elmore Jones 106 Aethelred II (978-1016).768. Crux type. diademed bust right. nearly very fine 104 104 105 Aethelred II (978-1016). good fine. scratch in front of bust. Godwine. a letter of CRVX in each angle.SPinK. very fine £200-300 106 £250-350 PROVENANCE: K. iridescent tone. knock in field. Crux type. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 101 101 102 103 Aethelred II (978-1016). S. light crimping. S. rev. crudely cut hand issuing from cloud dividing alpha and omega. rev. very fine. a letter of CRVX in each angle (N. C. a letter of CRVX in each angle (N.1144). 12 March 1930. Penny. September 1996. 1996 (with his ticket) 103 Aethelred II (978-1016). Tadgell collection. S. some light pitting in areas. pleasing ‘reform style’ portrait as often seen at York.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 34 anCient. VII (English III). lot 2768 (part) 102 Aethelred II (978-1016). + BEOLAN M-O EOFE. dispersed by Seaby from 1949 E. +EDÞI M-O HEOR.

bust left. +BYRHSIGE M•O BARD. 27 June 1963. +ASCYTEL M-O EF.774. sceptre before. good metal. No. long cross type. Crux type.1148). Penny. Huna. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N.60g.000 112 Aethelred II (978-1016). Leofric. rev. D. deep tone. rev. Doubleday. 1982 (with Spink ticket) Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. York.1151). multiple pecks. Barnstaple. bare headed bust left. bare headed bust left. a letter of CRVX in each angle (N. collection. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. a letter of CRVX in each angle (N.770. rare mint £350-450 PROVENANCE: Spink. EMC 1020. a few pecks to reverse. Canterbury. Penny. lot 419 (part) 110 110 (x1. lot 370 (£70) N. rev.1148). pleasantly toned. very fine £200-300 Aethelred II (978-1016). Birhsige. bare headed bust left. a few pecks to reverse otherwise clean surfaces. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (SCBI 20 Mack collection. +LEOFPINE M•O LEIG. nearly extremely fine £300-400 35 . well struck. Ascetel. good sized flan. long cross type. Penny. 2014 .770. 1. toned. sceptre before. Cambridge. purchased by Spink 1949 108 109 Aethelred II (978-1016). voided short cross within inner circles. S.1151). very fine £200-300 Aethelred II (978-1016). pecked. voided short cross within inner circles.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 35 22 & 23 September. Penny. long cross type. Penny.1151).774.0913 R P Mack collection (Mack ticket included) Glendining.913 this coin. +HVNIA MO BARD. Manninc. S. very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Bt.33g. Norwich. +MANINC M-O NORÐPI. 1.5) 110 Aethelred II (978-1016). voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. S. 6 October 1987. very fine. 1996 (with his ticket) Purchased by Dawson at the Doubleday sale (Doubleday ticket included) G. +LEOFRIC MO CAENT. rev. Crux type. 1. 15th Duke of Argyll. Chester. bust left.68g. Glendining.London 107 107 108 109 Aethelred II (978-1016). S. struck on a well-centred.774. 1. nearly extremely fine. rev. Penny. Campbell. a couple of pecks. rev.59g. rare mint 111 111 112 £800-1. Dawson. long cross type. lustrous surfaces. Barnstaple. N.1151). a few pecks. Leofwine.774. 1. S.32g. large striking crack running across centre.59g. V. 1. deep tone. P. bare headed bust left. S.

AELFRIC MΩ O NVNT AELFRIC. rev. lightly toned. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. S. pecked. Wulfgaet. Penny. generally well struck. +GODPINE M•O LVND. 1.1151). +BRUNSTAN M•O LVND. generally presentable.69g. Brunstan.1151).1151). long cross type. 1. Aelfric.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 36 anCient. +PVLFGAET M•O LIHER.774 var. S. 1. deep tone. Penny. lot 213 115 Aethelred II (978-1016). dies Bd . britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 113 113 114 115 Aethelred II. Dawson. 1. nearly very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Seaby. Penny. bare headed bust left. Baldwin’s. bare headed bust left. large pellets in second and third quarters (N. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (Eaglen. long cross type.774. London. +. lightly toned. 1. 12 December 1962 £4. bare headed bust left. S. several peck to reverse. very fine PROVENANCE: Seaby. 24 April 2007.1151). pecks. Elmore Jones 114 Aethelred II (978-1016). long cross type. long cross type.65g. Godwine.39g.774. Cambridge. November 1968 £16 116 116 117 118 Aethelred II (978-1016). Penny. good very fine.73g. 42. S. EMC 1020. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents.1151 var). 1. the bust a tad soft. reverse die crack and pecks. N. a little weakness. Penny. rare variety with pellets on the reverse £200-300 PROVENANCE: Bt. +EADPOLD M•O LVND. P. S. bare headed bust left. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. Leicester.0931 R P Mack Collection. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. Huntingdon. rev. long cross type.774. London. rev. nearly very fine £250-300 PROVENANCE: Baldwin’s auction. rev. N2796 £25 117 Aethelred II (978-1016). long cross type. Edmund. bare headed bust left. very fine £280-330 With ticket in hand of F.Com Page 36 £200-300 .774.59g. good very fine/very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: SCMB May 1972.same dies as Doubleday 68. rev. toned. S. 1982 WWW. +EADMVND M•O LVND.39g. rev. Eadwold. London. patchy tone.1151).SPinK. 1997 (with his ticket) Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum.774. Penny. bare headed bust left. bt.10s Mack ticket included 118 Aethelred II (978-1016). London. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N.

Penny. S.774. bare headed bust left. S. +OSVLF M•O LVND. Sibwine. January 1968 £10. +LYFINC M•O LVND. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. very fine £250-350 PROVENANCE: Bt.78g. S. bare headed bust left. rev. rev. S. 1. bare headed bust left. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. toned. London. Dawson. +EADPI M•O STA.54g. rev. 1. long cross type.774. Doubleday. September 1970. long cross type. rev.65g. die flaws to obverse. bare headed bust left. V. +AELFRIC MO NORÐ. Eadwig. rev. S.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 37 22 & 23 September. pellet in second and third angles (N. long cross type. good very fine £250-350 PROVENANCE: Baldwin. 1.1151). Aelfric. lot 456 (part) 37 £200-250 .1151). chip beside bust. rev. S. Stamford. the obverse appearing slightly ‘woolly’. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents. 1996 (with his ticket) 124 Aethelred II (978-1016). Glendining. a couple of pecks.774. +SIBPINE M•O LVND. long cross type. London. old collection toning. S. good fine.1151).50g. good fields. +AEÐELNOÐ M•O HAM. pecks.67g.1151). Northampton.774. toned. H.10s (ticket in the hand of Frank Purvey) 120 121 Aethelred II (978-1016). long cross type. London. Penny. Penny. slight bend. nearly extremely fine 125 £250-350 PROVENANCE: SCMB. +SPETINC M•O LVND. Dawson (with his ticket) Purchased by Dawson at the Doubleday sale (Doubleday ticket retained) G. 1. deep tone. Osulf. Swetinc. May 1969 £18 122 122 123 124 Aethelred II (978-1016). Baldwin) 125 Aethelred II (978-1016). good metal. bare headed bust left.1151). voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N.41g. 6 October 1987.soil?.1151 var). long cross type.774. pecks.774 var. a little short of flan. Norwich. Penny. P. toned. Penny.London 119 120 121 Aethelred II (978-1016). good surfaces. March 1973 £33 (ticket in the hand of A. London. Aethelnoth. die flaw on drapery. 1. Penny. pecks. light deposits .1151). long cross type. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. 1. Penny. very fine £200-300 Aethelred II (978-1016). P. flan crack at 10 o’clock. nearly very fine £200-250 PROVENANCE: Seaby. bare headed bust left. a good clean coin with minimal weakness. 2014 . very fine PROVENANCE: Bt. rare with the additional pellets 119 £150-200 PROVENANCE: Seaby.774. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N. Lifinc. rev. bare headed bust left. H3075 £25 123 Aethelred II (978-1016).56g. 1. voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N.

helmet type. helmeted. helmeted. a trefoil on each tip. voided long cross over quadrilateral with a trefoil of pellets to cusps (N.1152). S.SPinK. die breakage to reverse. very fine £200-250 PROVENANCE: Baldwin. December 1965 £8.42g. helmeted. January 1973 £25 F. nearly very fine £200-250 Aethelred II (978-1016). lot 2773 (part) 129 Aethelred II (978-1016).12g. Lockett. voided long cross over quadrilateral with a trefoil of pellets to cusps (N. 1. pecks. rev.775 var.C. S. helmeted. a trefoil on each tip. very fine. +GODPINE M-O LVND. +GODPINE M•O GLEA.1152 var). some areas double satruck. very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Seaby. Penny. Aethelwine. radiate and armoured bust left. 1. Stamford. helmet type. Gloucester. S. lot 303 R. +PULFPINE M•O LVND.775. good very fine/very fine. nearly very fine £150-200 Aethelred II (978-1016).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 38 anCient. +GODELEOF M•O STAN.54g. London. armoured bust left. +PVLGAR MO LVND voided long cross each limb terminating in three crescents over lozenge. 1.1152). Godleof.1152). radiate and armoured bust left. S. central strike. annulet in second and third quarters (N. 1. 1. 12-13 May 1971.774. pecks. S. London.43g.19g. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 126 126 127 128 129 Aethelred II (978-1016). February 1973 £27 (ticket in the hand of Peter Mitchell) 127 128 Aethelred II (978-1016). helmet type. Penny. Glendining 4-6 November 1958. Penny. London. bare headed bust left. pecks. Penny. helmet type. Godwine. helmet type. +AEÐELWINE MO LVI voided long cross each limb terminating in three crescents over lozenge. lightly bowed. strong bust. pecks. helmeted. S.775. light stain behind bust. pleasing old collection toning.1151). rare with annulets on reverse £300-400 Aethelred II (978-1016). good metal quality.Com Page 38 132 . Cambridge. Wulfgar. 5009 (ticket in the hand of May Sinclair) W N Clarke collection 130 130 131 132 131 Aethelred II (978-1016). a trefoil on each tip (N. Penny. helmet type.1152 var). voided long cross each arm terminating in three crescents (N.775. very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: SNC December 1999. +CNIT M-O GRANT voided long cross each limb terminating in three crescents over lozenge.1152). rev. two extra pellets in second quarter (N. a few pecks. armoured bust left. the reverse mostly lustrous. old tone. Penny. Elmore-Jones. voided long cross over quadrilateral with a trefoil of pellets to cusps (N. Cnit. rev.40g.10s (with their ticket) WWW.775. a few pecks. Godwine. helmeted. rev. London. rev. S. matte tone. a pleasing coin from a rare west country mint and having passed through two major collections £300-400 PROVENANCE: Baldwin. long cross type. Glendining.775 var. radiate and armoured bust left rev. Penny. Wulfwine.03g. radiate and armoured bust left. rev. 1. 1.

775.1154). old tone. Elmore-Jones collection for Bedford 136 Aethelred II (978-1016). Stamford. S.27g. quatrefoil of pellets in field (N. Carla. S. pecks. January 1968. radiate and armoured bust left. Cetel. diademed bust left. very fine or better 39 £250-350 . cross pattée within inner circle.1152). toned. 4 October 2004. Wulfsige. 1984 Spink auction. Leofwine. Penny. helmet type. helmeted bust left. 2014 .50) This type was not represented in the F. good metal and pleasing portrait. S. last small cross type. A. diademed bust left. 1. +PVLFSIG MON GRANT. voided long cross over quadrilateral with a trefoil of pellets to cusps (N.777 var. cross pattée within inner circle (N. very fine £200-250 Aethelred II (978-1016). Penny. old tone. 2 May 1996. Swertgar.17g. good very fine. pl. +CETEL M-O EOFRPIC. obverse die in an old state thus die flaws. toned. Penny. a very rare variety £1. Aelfwerd. Canterbury. cross pattée within inner circle (N. 1. Baldwin auction 7. Jacob.780. +AELFPERD ON LAEPE. rev. cross pattée within inner circle (N. lot 427 (with Jacob ticket) R. 11 October 1979. Carlyon-Britton.39g. +LEOFSTAN ON CANT:.147.1154).1154). Cambridge. pecks. very fine £100-150 PROVENANCE: K.775. 137 137 138 138 139 Aethelred II (978-1016).1154). Penny. 1. 1.London 133 133 134 134 135 136 Aethelred II (978-1016). armoured. York. +SPARTGAR M•O SAN voided long cross each limb terminating in three crescents over lozenge. £17. very fine £180-220 PROVENANCE: Amphora. Leofstan. face weak. edge crack at 10 o’clock. 17 June 1964. rev. last small cross type.1154A). lot 374 (part) 135 Aethelred II (978-1016). +CARLA ON EAXCESTRI. pecks.1152). Penny. Penny. last small cross type. Bedford. S. helmet type. pecks.22.200-1. a trefoil on each tip (N.34g.500 Aethelred II (978-1016). Penny. Lewes. S. good fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Seaby. 1. 1. +LEOFPINE M-O BEDFO.777.39g. lot 329 Glendining. p. cross pattée within inner circle (N.777. S. collection dispersed SCMB 1949 onwards For Jacob ticket cf BNJ 2001. very fine. 1.10s With old collectors’ tickets 139 Aethelred II (978-1016). A and E ligate in moneyer’s name and mint signature. cracked along inner circle. lot 539 (illustrated p. rev. diademed bust right. diademed bust left. rev. diademed bust left.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 39 22 & 23 September. some double striking on reverse.19g. last small cross type. peck mark on obverse. rev. helmeted.777.42g. rev. scarce mint and the quatrefoil a rare symbol for the late Anglo-Saxon coinage £300-400 PROVENANCE: Baldwin auction 38. rev. last small cross type. light weaknesses. S. Exeter.

striking perforations at 12 o’clock. cross pattée within inner circle (N. rev. +SPERT M-O STANF. last small cross type. 1985 With old collectors’ tickets WWW.1154). pecks. N. pecks. last small cross type. Winchester. last small cross type. very fine £150-200 PROVENANCE: Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. toned. 1962 £2. Lincoln.34g. good very fine PROVENANCE: Amphora. 1. Penny. cross pattée within inner circle. very fine £180-220 PROVENANCE: Baldwin. Penny.777. Penny. described as a ‘Polish find’ 144 Aethelred II (978-1016). rev. striking perforations. Waelgist. last small cross type.Com Page 40 £150-180 . York. Bruntat. full. pecks. pecks. 1. +DAHFIN M-O EOFRPICI. Stamford. very rare. diademed bust left.SPinK.1154). rev.1041 R P Mack Collection.53g. very fine.777. old collection toning. light surface crack at 6 o’clock on reverse. lot 24 (£130). S. Thetford. diademed bust left. No.777. nearly extremely fine £300-400 Aethelred II (978-1016). rev. London. Cambridge. diademed bust left.1154). cross pattée within inner circle (N. a sought after variant and particularly interesting with the reverse crosses being hand-cut into the die £500-700 PROVENANCE: Glendining.45g. +GODPINE MON LVNDEN. old collection tone. Penny. only light wear to the high points. 0. Godwine.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 40 anCient.95g.777 var. S. 14 March 1973. S. good very fine £200-250 PROVENANCE: Amphora. 1986 142 Aethelred II (978-1016). Cynna. collection purchased by Spink 1949 Mack ticket states ‘Found in Denmark’ 143 143 144 145 Aethelred II (978-1016). cross pattée within inner circle (N.1154). Dahfin. Swart. 1. rev. deep tone. full and well centred. pellet in field (N. S. diademed bust left.779. and well struck. +BRUNTAT MO LINCOL. diademed bust left.777. light double striking to obverse. 1. Penny. toned. +PELGIST MON ÐEOD. S. cross pattée within inner circle (SCBI 20 Mack collection. bt.1041 this coin. S. diademed bust left. +CYNNA ON PINCST.1154 var). minor rim loss. rev. four handcut crosses in field (N.1154). last small cross type. Elmore-Jones (as Baldwin’s stock) 145 Aethelred II (978-1016). round. Penny. Spink 11th December 1956 (with his ticket) N D Campbell. cross pattée within inner circle. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 140 140 141 141 142 Aethelred II (978-1016). 15th Duke of Argyll.25g. 1. EMC 1020.25g. last small cross type.10s Ticket in the hand of F.

1157 var). crowned bust left within quatrefoil. 1. crowned bust left within quatrefoil.18g. S. 1. pellets within crown.08g. London. rev. well struck example. 1. very good strike and with much lustre. quatrefoil type. Penny.13g. S. +EADSIG LVNDEN.1157 var). Brihtnoth. S. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets at cusps. 0. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). line of three pellets in first quarter (N.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 41 22 & 23 September.1157). +CNVT REX ANGLOR. quatrefoil type.1157). +CNVT REX ANGLO.99g. crowned bust left within quatrefoil.16g.09g. Penny. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. this bust with East Anglian affinities £200-300 Cnut (1016-35). a pellet in the cusp of the first three quarters and a trefoil in the fourth quarter (N. +CNVT REX ANGLORV. London. extremely fine and a very rare variety with the trefoils on reverse £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellet at cusps (N. Aelfwig. Penny. quatrefoil type. rev. Aelfwig. London. long cross voided on quatrefoil with trefoil of pellets at cusps (N. +BRVMAN LVND. double tie to crown. S. quatrefoil type. +CNVT REX ANGLORVI.1157). slightest weak area. +CNVT REX ANGLORV. good very fine. London.781. S. 0. unknown symbol. +AELFPI ON LVNDE. an extremely rare variety at London £300-400 Cnut (1016-35). long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellet at cusps (N. London. an interesting mix of Oxford and London die cutting styles £180-250 Cnut (1016-35). crowned bust left within quatrefoil. +CNVT REX ANGLOR:. +EADSI ON LVND. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. quatrefoil type. Penny.London 146 146 147 148 149 150 150 151 152 153 147 148 149 Cnut (1016-35). Eadsige. rev.786. Penny. +AELFPI ON LVNDENE:. quatrefoil type. good silver.781 var. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets at cusps (N.781 var. 1.1157). long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets at cusps (N. London. some lustre. +AELFPIN ON LVND. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellet at cusps. nearly extremely fine and a peculiar variety with the line of pellets on reverse £200-300 41 . quatrefoil of pellets behind. S. Penny. Penny. +BRIHTNOÐ LVND. lustre.1157 var). quatrefoil type. London. rev. S. extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). +CNVT REX ANGLOR. good very fine and a rare variety with the ties to crown £200-300 151 152 153 Cnut (1016-35). 1. 2014 . Penny. +CNVT REX ANGLORVI.781 var. at end of regnal title. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. quatrefoil type.781. Brunman. rev. rev. London. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets on cusps (N. +BRIHTNOÐ LVNDE:. lightly toned.781. Aelfwine. rev. good very fine. Eadsige. Brihtnoth. 1.781. S. nearly extremely fine.93g.14g.1157 var). rev.

Aelfgar. sceptre before.1157). +CNVT REX ANGLORV.1158). rev. Godman. lot 346 T.1158). rev.SPinK. not widespread. +OSLVF ON VNDE. crowned bust left of very crude style within quatrefoil. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. sceptre before. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellet at cusps (N. extensive lustre on reverse. good metal. Osulf. 0.781. L. pointed helmet type. +EARDNOÐ O LVN. 1. +AELRIC ON LVNDEN. 1. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets on cusps. London. Penny. S. Penny. nearly extremely fine and a very peculiar piece with large lettering and a particularly crude execution.781.1157). S. quatrefoil type. Aelfric. Penny. helmeted bust left. S appears to be from a single punch (N. S. 23 September 2008. voided short cross. S. metal deposits to obverse.1158). rev. quatrefoil type. Aelfwig. trefoils in legend (Hildebrand 2365. +GODMAN ON LVN. broken annulet in each angle (N. Penny.99g. some surface cracks under magnification. London. Goda. S. rev. N.781.781. well struck. pointed helmet type. helmeted bust left. pecks on reverse. Godric. nearly extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). SCBI 14 Copenhagen 2528. 1.06g. 0. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets on cusps.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 42 anCient. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. S. rev. single peck on reverse. quatrefoil type. S. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. quatrefoil type. pointed helmet type. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. London. 0. the possibility of a Scandinavian origin has to be considered £250-350 PROVENANCE: Baldwin’s auction 57. broken annulet in each angle (N. London. +AELFGAR ON LVNDEN:. extremely fine £300-400 WWW.02g. +CNVT REX ANGLO.787. rev. +AELFPIG ON LVNDE:. S. London.07g.. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellet at cusps (N. extensive lustre. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 154 154 155 155 156 157 Cnut (1016-35). voided short cross. London.1157). a superb full piece with plenty of eye appeal.11g. +CNVT REX ANGL:.787. almost full outer beading visible. voided short cross. well struck. quatrefoil type. +GODA LVN.92g.Com Page 42 161 . Penny. +CNVT REX ANGLO. Taylor collection 156 157 158 158 159 160 161 Cnut (1016-35). good very fine £180-250 Cnut (1016-35).93g. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets on cusps (N. Penny. very light weakness in areas. broken annulet in each angle (N. +CNVT REX ANGL.787. rev. +GODRIC ON LVND. nearly extremely fine £250-350 159 160 Cnut (1016-35).02g.1157).781. London. strong bust. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. London. nearly extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). nearly extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). helmeted bust left. Penny. Eardnoth. 1. rev. otherwise good metal. 1. light tone. pleasing. sceptre before. nearly extremely fine £200-300 Cnut (1016-35).1157). good metal. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. Penny.

helmeted bust left. nearly extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). S.1158).. pointed helmet type. pellet either side of the initial cross (N. +BRVNGAR ON LVND. broken annulet in each angle (N. S. nearly extremely fine £200-300 Cnut (1016-35). S. Penny. superb strike. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. London. Penny.03g. helmeted bust left. Penny.787. London. arms extending from pellet within central annulet.96g. pointed helmet type. small area of dark staining on obverse.787. pointed helmet type. voided short cross. +EDPERD ON LVND:. broken annulet in each angle (N. otherwise good very fine £180-250 Cnut (1016-35).1158). arms extending from pellet within central annulet. +EDPERD ON LVND:. very fine and an extremely rare variant listed only for London. and York by North £400-600 Cnut (1016-35). silvery deposits but mostly original surfaces. helmeted bust left. rev. Brungar.1158). some metal deposits. a well struck example. sceptre before.1158). rev.London 162 162 163 164 165 166 166 167 168 169 163 164 165 Cnut (1016-35). S. S. 1.787. fresh surfaces. king’s face a little double struck. extremely fine £250-350 167 168 169 Cnut (1016-35). Totnes.08g. voided short cross. Godere.. 0. most pleasing. broken annulet in each angle (N. voided short cross.04g. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. Eadsige. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. extremely fine £300-400 43 . pointed helmet type. 1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:54 Page 43 22 & 23 September.787.787. pointed helmet type. S. broken annulet in each angle (N. rev. fresh surfaces. rev. voided short cross.1158). Penny. 1. broken annulet in each angle (N. helmeted bust left. lustre to reverse. London. Aelfwine. +GODERE ON LVNDEN.. London. rev. pointed helmet type. rev. some metal deposits on obverse. helmeted bust left. Eadwulf. 1. +EADVLF ON LVND:. London. S. helmeted bust left. Penny. +EASIGE ON LVDENE:. slight lightness of strike in centres. Godere. voided short cross. flaw in field. surface crack along one arm of voided cross. small flaw on bust. Penny.1158 var). pointed helmet type.1158). nearly extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35).789.787. Penny. 2014 . London. well centred. rev. broken annulet in each angle (N. voided short cross.01g. helmeted bust left. Penny. broken annulet in each angle (N. 0. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. Eadwerd. London. 1. rev. a hint of weakness otherwise a superb strike and very well preserved. sceptre omitted. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. helmeted bust left. pointed helmet type.787. +GODDERE ON LVND:. 1. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. voided short cross. voided short cross. +AELPINE ON LVNDEN.1158). broken annulet in each angle. Eadwerd.00g. extremely fine £280-350 Cnut (1016-35).78g. S.06g. London.

Leofman. nearly extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35).11g.Com Page 44 176 Cnut (1016-35). Brihtmaer. rev. Penny. diademed bust left. Penny. sceptre before. arms extending from pellet within central annulet.98g. good sized flan. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. sceptre before. sceptre before. short cross type. well struck. S. a little double striking to bust but pleasing. extremely fine 177 177 173 Cnut (1016-35).787. 0. good surfaces. London. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. sceptre before. rev. lightly toned and well centred. London. Brihtred. Godric. helmeted bust left. helmeted bust left.1159).15g. 0. broken annulet in each angle (N. London. Penny. S. sceptre before. sceptre before. rev. sceptre before. 0. Wynstan. +BRIHTRED ON LVN. +AELPINE ON LVND. short cross type. some double striking to reverse othrwise a superb strike and extremely fine £300-400 Cnut (1016-35). short cross type. +LEOFMAN ON LVN.95g. rev. extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). Aelfwig. London. 0. Penny. pointed helmet type. well struck.1159).SPinK. unusual style £200-300 175 178 £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). +BRIHTMAER ON LVN. rev.1159).1159). 1. 1. 1.787. S.99g. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. 1. London.790. S. Brihtmaer. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. nearly extremely fine £250-350 178 Cnut (1016-35).1159).790. voided short cross.787.97g. fresh metal. lustrous. S. broken annulet in each angle (N. +ALFPARD ON LVND:. Penny. London. S. Penny. London. diademed bust left.790. short cross type. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N.790. helmeted bust left.1158).790. good very fine £250-350 WWW. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N.1158). well struck. tiny weak area. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. voided short cross.1158). sceptre before. +GODRIC ON LVND:. good very fine 174 174 172 . central strike.12g. sceptre before. voided short cross. Aelfwine. T in CNVT missing vertical bar. Penny. good very fine.92g. S. nearly extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). pointed helmet type. 0. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 170 170 171 172 173 171 175 176 £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). diademed bust left. broken annulet in each angle (N.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 44 anCient. S.790. short cross type. London. diademed bust left. London. pointed helmet type. rev. Penny.1159). Penny. diademed bust left. short cross type. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. +BRIHTMAER ON LVN.02g. +PYNSTAN ON LVN:. rev. diademed bust left. +AELFPIG ON LVND. S. rev. rev. Aelfward.

good very fine or better £200-250 Cnut (1016-35). sceptre before.14g.08g.790. rev. quatrefoil type. rev. +CNVT REX ANGLOR. good surfaces on this. 1. good metal.. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. good very fine £200-300 184 184 181 185 186 Cnut (1016-35).. diademed bust left. trefoil of pellets behind. +EDPINE ON LVND. diademed bust left.1157 var). mostly strong and in good metal. short cross type. diademed bust left. London. a rare variety with pellet on reverse £200-300 Cnut (1016-35).11g. rev. +GOODRIC ON LVND. 1. good very fine. dig to obverse and light porosity in areas. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. I p.1159). sceptre before. +GODRIC ON LVND:. Godric.790. well centred. vol. sceptre before. lists a variety with trefoils surmounting the reverse cusps but not rosettes 45 . London. rev. sceptre before. Penny. just a hint of verdigris.1159).790 var. Eadwine. +SPAN ON LVND:. extremely fine. good sized flan. nearly extremely fine £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). mostly original surfaces. +BRVNGAR ON LVN. +EDPINE ON LVND:. good very fine £200-300 182 182 183 185 186 183 Cnut (1016-35). very fine. London. rev. Brungar. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. sceptre before. Penny. short cross type. diademed bust left. an extremely rare variety with the reverse rosettes £400-500 North.1159). crowned bust left within quatrefoil.. +EADWI ON LVN. rare moneyer £280-350 Cnut (1016-35). London.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 45 22 & 23 September. long cross voided on quatrefoil with rosettes at cusps (N.1159 var). Penny. lightly toned. London. London. London. S. 1. Eadwine. sceptre before. rev. 1. short cross type. sceptre before. rev. Penny.790. diademed bust left.790. ripple in flan.786 var. Penny. S. however. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. S. short cross type.790.14g. Swan. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. S. 1. Eadwi. small area of surface delamination on reverse under magnification.12g. die flaw on reverse. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet. reverse slightly off-centre otherwise a crisp strike and very pleasing. diademed bust left.London 179 179 180 181 180 Cnut (1016-35).1159). S. short cross type. short cross type. 1.1159). good quality of metal. 1. 1.15g. Penny. rev.13g. short cross type.1159).17g. Penny. S. Penny. S. good very fine £180-250 Cnut (1016-35). voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. diademed bust left. +BRVNGAR ON LVNDEN. large pellet in fourth quarter (N. Brungar. 2014 .790. Godric.167-8. good metal. London. S.

1. mostly struck up. S. sceptre before. Penny.1157). helmeted bust left.1157).787. Mansige. The EMC/SCBI database offers no further examples. +CNVT REX ANGLO:. long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets at cusps (N. good very fine and an extremely rare type for Sudbury. crowned bust left within quatrefoil. a few pecks. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. nearly extremely fine. pointed helmet type. 1. S. 0.5) 190 Cnut (1016-35). light areas of weakness.98g. Penny.1158).787. 1962 £3 (with their ticket) 192 Cnut (1016-35). double struck on obverse.1158). S. Lincoln. N. +SPRLINC O SVBR. from a well collected provincial mint £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). rev. good metal. rev. voided short cross. cross behind bustrev. good very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Baldwin’s. voided short cross. Sewine.SPinK. helmet type. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. especially the portrait.786. voided short cross. S. especially so with such a full mint signature £800-1. good very fine. surface crack expertly repaired. sceptre before. 0. bust with pointed helmet left. S. rev. good metal. sceptre before. some weaker areas. lustrous on reverse. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 187 187 188 189 188 189 Cnut (1016-35). helmeted bust left. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. S. rev. pointed helmet type. 1. Sudbury. scarce £250-350 190 190 (x1. Penny. Spyrling. Ira.787. toned. Penny.92g.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 46 anCient. +GODMAN M-O EOFR.786. arms extending from pellet within central annulet. broken annulet in each angle (N. Penny.Com Page 46 £200-250 . long cross voided on quatrefoil with pellets at cusps (N. broken annulet in each angle (N. +SAEPINE OXSENA. Sudbury. Godman.1158). good silver. York.000 Jonsson lists just 3 examples for this type at Sudbury. old tone. Penny.105.08g. pointed helmet type. well struck and pleasing. 0. one of which is for Mansige (Hildebrand). good very fine or better. Wulfbeorn. +PVLBREN ON LINC. helmeted bust left. +IRE M-O EOFRPIC. mostly well struck. quatrefoil type. +CNVT REX ANGLORV:. Oxford. +MANSIGE ON SVÐBYR..08g. broken annulet in each angle (Jonsson p. Sudbury a rare East Anglian mint £400-600 Cnut (1016-35).11g.1158). 191 191 192 Cnut (1016-35). old tone. quatrefoil type. broken annulet in each angle (N. voided short cross. very fine WWW. crowned bust left of Winchester style within quatrefoil.98g. York. rev. sceptre before.

sceptre before. good sized flan. short cross type. +GODRIC ON STAN:. deep tone. short cross type. rev. 1. good very fine and rare £250-350 PROVENANCE: M. 1. Penny.1159). rev. 0. diademed bust left. Penny. rev.14g. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. sceptre before.790. regnal title starts at 7 o’clock.790.790. 1.790 var. sceptre before. +GODERE ON LVN. rev. Leofric. short cross type. Aelfwi Swencel. Stamford. +EADVLF ON LVNDEN. sceptre before. Penny. S.1159).London 193 193 194 Cnut (1016-35).790. S. good very fine £200-250 Cnut (1016-35). S.08g. short cross type. weakness to king’s face otherwise presentable. a pleasing good very fine. diademed bust left. Penny. Godric. regnal title starts at 7 o’clock. sceptre before. rev. 1. 1. this moneyer rare and also particularly so without mint signature 195 195 196 198 199 196 Cnut (1016-35).00g. N. S. large flan. London.1159). S. rev. Penny. very fine £150-200 197 197 £250-350 198 199 Cnut (1016-35). No.182 194 Cnut (1016-35). sceptre before. mostly in high relief.790. some die flatness in obverse legend but lustre evident on reverse. Stamford. Rasmussen list 17. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N.10g. Lincoln. London. very fine. strike perfectly central and good quality metal. short cross type. rev. some double striking on obverse. dark staining on obverse otherwise good very fine and a very rare variant with the transposed regnal title £250-350 Cnut (1016-35). good metal.85g. short cross type. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. diademed bust left. +GODRIC ON STAN:. 1. +LEOFRIC ON HEO. Godere. a very rare variant with the regnal title beginning at 7 o’clock and a good example of the bearded bust variety of Cnut £300-400 47 .1159).1159). voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. S.08g. diademed bearded bust left. London. sceptre before. Eadwulf. diademed bust left. crimped flan. Hertford. short cross type.790.16g. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (BMC 240 var. 2014 . very light dishing. Godric. Penny. this moneyer rare £250-350 Cnut (1016-35).1159). +AELFPISPECEL ON LV. +MAÐAN BALVC ON.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 47 22 & 23 September. diademed bust left. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N.1159 var). Penny. crude diademed bust left. Matathan Balluc. nearly extremely fine. voided short cross arms extending from central annulet (N. S.

06g.500-3. full and centrally stuck. voided long cross arms extending from central pellet within an annulet. rev. jewel cross type. Leofwine.Com Page 48 £500-700 . diademed bust left.5) 202 Harold I (1035-40). mostly well struck.SPinK. EMC 2013. diademed bust left. armoured bust left. Cambridge.same dies. Penny.12g. good very fine £600-800 202 202 (x1. Leofric. reverse pecks. 1. central pellet from which extend four lobes cruciform linked at base (SCBI 40 Stockholm. very fine WWW.192 same dies. superb metal quality.1160). Penny. rev. 1. very rare £2. nearly extremely fine.5) 200 Cnut. No.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 48 anCient. S. February 2013 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. N. variant with jewels to diadem.1164). sceptre before. trefoil of pellets in each angle (SCBI 18 Copenhagen. single peck mark to reverse. armoured. lightly porous metal and flan slightly bowed. toned.802. pleasing. Chester.797. jewel cross type.0038 201 201 (x1.1163). ‘posthumous’ types. Leofwig. four lobes cruciform linked at base with pellet within an annulet (N.07g. a little weakness. No. S. rev. +LEOFWI ON LEI. Penny. Chester. 1.168 . CNVT RECX A.804. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 200 200 (x1.000 PROVENANCE: Found Spilsby near Boston.5) 201 Harold I (1035-40). Southwark. +LEOFRIC ONN SUÐG. +LEOFÞINE ON LEICE. scratches behind bust visible under magnification. fleur-de-lis type. N. S.

2014 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. rev. Penny. York.54g. p. central pellet around which quadrilateral. 0. old tone. trefoil quadrilateral type. Halfpenny. arm and sceptre type in the name of Cnut.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 49 22 & 23 September..816.811. rev. Elmore-Jones) Possibly Duke of Argyll collection 206 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). a little weakness. 0.ON] LVNDEN.1173).London 203 203 (x1. rev. a detector find with the usual scuffs. 1. one in the hand of F. OSFERÐ ON LINCO. N. pellet on tips. rev.99g.1174var). diademed bust left. 2014 . a very rare transitional? variant with the quilloned spear in place of sceptre £200-300 cf Conte III. 24 . very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Baldwin’s.500 PROVENANCE: Found near Lincoln.. Penny. Lincolnshire. diademed bust left holding trefoil tipped sceptre before. 1962 £3 (with old tickets) 49 £200-300 . a good space filler £150-200 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). radiate bust left. Cambridge. good very fine. unknown moneyer. diademed bust left holding trefoil tipped sceptre before. +IVRELEL ON EOFER.obverse. London. Osferth. over voided short cross (BMC 285. lozenge with incurved sides.817 var. N. central pellet around which quadrilateral. good very fine PROVENANCE: Baldwin. quilloned spear before. N and V ligate. otherwise pleasingly toned and good very fine. Penny.06g.1174). +CETELL ON EOFER. small cross pattée within inner circle. draped. Lincoln. 1..5) Harthacnut (1040-42). arm and sceptre type in the name of Harthacnut. dark tone. Wulfwine.04g. S.0134 204 204 205 205 206 207 Harthacnut (1040-42). S.800-3. 10-15% flan loss.1169). lot 1435 for these dies 207 Edward the Confessor (1042-66).. S. diademed bust left. with trefoil on each tip. rev. LXIV. a clean cut. very full and well-centred piece with a deep tone. all around central pellet.. evidence of straightening between 11 o’clock and 3 o’clock. +HARÐCNVT R. very rare in Harthacnut’s own name 203 £2. trefoil quadrilateral type. Penny. 0. S. York.]. annulet by one limb (N. 1962 £2. N. pleasing tone and good surfaces.817. EMC 2014. over voided short cross (N. Ioketill. all around central pellet.98g.same dies. with trefoil on each tip. pellet on tips. radiate type. London.1168). draped.10s (with old tickets. CNVT [.811.362. +P[V]LFPINE ON LVND:. [. very fine. lozenge with incurved sides. sceptre before. S. over voided short cross (Mossop Pl. Cetel. over voided short cross (Hildebrand 431 . fraction of verdigris.

very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Baldwin. helmeted bust left. helmeted bust left.59g. Pointed helmet type. an interesting and rare piece PROVENANCE: Baldwin. right. 12-13 October 1998.10s (with their ticket) 210 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). S. sovereign-eagles type.823. York. +BRUNPINE ON PAEL.825. 1. seated looking right and holding long sceptre. and orb. heavy issue. S. Penny. Bedford. 1962 £6. rev. 2006 P. P. Penny. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 208 208 209 210 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). a very rare type for this mint. central strike. old tone. right. Wulfric.10s (ticket in the hand of F.34g. N. London. matte tone. rev. central strike.. Penny. only one other specimen listed by Freeman. left. cf Eaglen collection. expanding cross type. Arngrim. Penny. Wallingford. heavy issue. crowned. sceptre before. left. 12-13 May 1971. +LEOFRED ON LUNDE. lot 198 (£25) 212 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). Glendining.SPinK. 1963 (ticket in the hand of F. voided short cross with limbs terminating in three crescents and an annulet in centre. seated looking right and holding long sceptre. king. birds in angles (N. rev. expanding cross type. S. Carlyon-Britton.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 50 anCient. N. crowned. 324. 9 September 1971 Purchased by Warwick and Bruce from the Elmore-Jones sale F.823.1181). and orb. central trike. Baldwin’s auction. ARNGRIM ON EOFER. the British Museum example £300-400 PROVENANCE: Baldwin’s auction. very fine. a little surface flecking on obverse. +SPOT ON BEDEFOR. Elmore-Jones. obverse struck from a rusty die.M. 1964 £2. Elmore-Jones) This coin appears to be struck from recut dies of the Pointed helmet type. bearded bust right with pointed helmet and sceptre. voided short cross.44g. 1. some light pitting on obverse. Elmore-Jones) 211 211 212 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). pleasing old collection tone.C. birds in angles (N. rev. toned. weakness on reverse. +PVLFRIC ON CICES. Penny. W. nearly very fine. undertype apparent throughout. Leofred. rev. voided short cross.1177). 1. Chelmsford. S. 1. S.67g. fractionally crimped. king. Swota.827. voided short cross with expanding arms extending from central pellet within two circles (N. 1. sceptre before. very fine £300-400 PROVENANCE: Warwick and Bruce auctions. good surfaces. lot 1124 209 Edward the Confessor (1042-66).23g. annulet in first quarter (B. good very fine £250-350 PROVENANCE: Baldwin.1177). voided short cross with expanding arms extending from central pellet within two circles (Freeman 55. Chichester.1179). slightly offcentre and with some light wear.Com Page 50 £300-400 . Brunwine. sovereign-eagles type.827. EDPARD REX. lots 1416 and 1587 for other examples of recut dies WWW.1181)..

Leofwine. 1. PROVENANCE: N.828. collection purchased by Spink 1949 (with Argyll’s ticket) G. Penny. 15th Duke of Argyll. 2014 . crowned bust right with sceptre. short cross voided. hammer cross type. Norfolk by the Duke of Argyll. old collection tone. very fine or better. 1. rare with such a full mint signature £300-400 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). rev. S. March 1970 £35 51 £300-400 . central strike. 1. rev.5) 215 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). hammer cross type. good very fine PROVENANCE: Format. 4-6 July 1939. N. +EADPARRD RE. rev. +EADPERD REX ANGLO. GODPINE ON HVNTE.828. pleasantly toned. the mint signature DIRIII.827. Godwine. In addition.Campbell.200 This piece was originally attributed to the mint of Dereham. Penny. blundered regnal title. rev. exist with the mint signature clearly reading DIRBI and are thus given to Derby. 1. pleasing very fine £250-350 215 215 (x1. short cross voided with eagle in each angle (Freeman 157. sceptre in right. and.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 51 22 & 23 September. each limb terminating in an incurved segment of a circle (N. good surfaces.31g. obverse die flaw. Aelfwine. +EADPARRD RE. S. each limb terminating in an incurved segment of a circle (N. pleasing. lot 216 216 Edward the Confessor (1042-66).D.1182). of course.1182). Huntingdon. hammer cross type. Chichester. Die duplicates do. Glendining. each limb terminating in an incurved segment of a circle (N. hand-etched cross ends. Penny. Penny. old tone. AELFPINE ON CICES. the coin does display several anomalous factors. short cross voided. king enthroned facing. Godwine. short cross voided. orb in left hand. the legends soft in areas.10g. crude reverse legend.31g. Derby. Winchester. crowned bust right with sceptre. much as struck and on a large round flan. Although this mint has since been discredited. and a Leofwine struck both at Norwich and Thetford mints during this type. crowned bust right with sceptre. S. very fine £800-1.e. S.C. pleasing old collection toning.1181). sovereign/eagles type. +EARDPARD RE. +GODPINE ON PINCESTRE. and a pleasing bust.32g.1182).Drabble. there is a small pellet in the left cross terminal as seen in this type at Norwich. the type would correspond with known specimens. The cataloguer felt it necessary to discount Dernt/Dyr as a possible attribution as the mint signature could be read as DIRYN under magnification.828.London 213 213 214 214 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). +LIOFPINE ON DIRIII. however. good metal. i.

a pleasing very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Baldwin. toned and with some remaining lustre. rev. each limb terminating in an incurved segment of a circle (N. S. round flan. very fine. 1.1184). £4. Penny. Godwine. pyramids type. very fine £200-300 PROVENANCE: Baldwin. rev. +EADPARD RE. iridescent tone. 1. pyramids type. S. 27. toned. +BRIHTMAER ON PA. Elmore-Jones) 219 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). an interesting style of bust which is much more reminiscent of Harold II’s Pax type £200-300 PROVENANCE: Vecchi. arms extending from a central annulet. rev.10s (with their ticket) 221 Edward the Confessor (1042-66).35g. S. facing bust/small cross type. cross pattée within inner circle (N. Wallingford. reverse a tad off-centre. +GODPINE ON SCROBER.831. +ATSER ON ÐETFOR. voided short cross. no light visible. 1. rev.33g. 22.1183). die flaw to reverse. Thorketill. rev. Elmore-Jones) 220 220 221 222 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). a very rare variety with the ecclesiastical annulet on reverse so usually associated with the York mint £300-400 There are just three examples of this type with the reverse annulet in the EMC/SCBI database. Penny. very fine. sceptre right. Thetford. crowned bust right with sceptre. hammer cross type. Penny. large cross pattée. S. sceptre before. toned. pellet tipped pile in each angle (N.1257). running from face to edge of coin beneath drapery. cross pattée within inner circle (N. draped facing bust. London. Lincoln. an annulet containing a letter of PAXS in each angle (BMC VIII. S. crowned bust right.(ticket in the hand of F.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 52 anCient. crowned bust right. Edric.1182 var). flan dished.09g. edge chip between 1 and 3 o’clock. Oslac. Leofwold.1184). Ulf. facing bust/small cross type. 12. pellet tipped pile in each angle (N.31g. Penny. 218 Edward the Confessor (1042-66).830.07g. Wulfric.SPinK. 1.831. +LEOFPOLD ON PC. short cross voided.Com Page 52 £350-450 . crack. voided short cross. 1962.830. sceptre before. 55/. full.828 var.1183). Winchester. crowned. hint of edge loss at 12 o’clock. 1963. good very fine and a rare mint signature for London WWW. Penny. Shrewsbury. Atsere. arms extending from a central annulet. +OSLAC ON LINCO. Brihtmaer. crowned facing bust. rev. 1. +EDRIC ON LVNE. N.850. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 217 217 218 219 Edward the Confessor (1042-66). rare mint and a highly collectable type/mint £300-400 PROVENANCE: Baldwin. some dark staining. Penny. 1962 (ticket in the hand of F. crowned. September 1972 £27 222 William I (1066-87). 1. Mossop also lists these three examples as Nos. draped facing bust. very fine.10g. Paxs type. S.

Lefwine?.27g. a fleur in each angle (Mack:. very fine. p. Penny. cross moline. 1. Glendining. good flan. p. N. Paxs type. crowned facing bust.281. p. crowned bust right. facing bust/cross fleury type (BMC X).1274).36g. S. Worcester. sceptre before quatrefoil by sceptre. 2014 .6. Watford hoard. rare £700-800 The moneyer unknown for this type before Pimprez. S. Penny. Saewine. ex. LEF[PINE?] ON [PINCE?]I. large crowned bust left. 228 Stephen (1135-54). S. Northampton.866. bust of typical Worcester style.1278).1271).. rev. fleur on each tip.. nearly extremely fine/very fine. Allen BNJ 2012. 1. ex.London 223 223 224 225 224 225 William I (1066-87). Mack 41c. 7 October 1986.47g. Dereman. rare mint 53 £400-600 . S. +LEPINE ON SVTP. ex. Wulfric.27g. double struck on obverse. cross fleury with annulet centre within inner circle (Harris. nearly very fine for this. Penny. S. a fleur in each angle (Allen BNJ 2012. 226 226 227 227 228 Henry I (1100-35). central strike. Winchester?. rev. Elmore-Jones. only two examples of this moneyer known and this the only example in private hands £400-600 PROVENANCE: F. Penny. +SEÞINE ON HMTII. crowned bust right.N. fine £320-380 Stephen (1135-54).1278). F. 1. double inscription type (BMC XI). sceptre before. SCMB 1985. irregular flan.873 moneyer unlisted.]. Southwark. test cut. trefoil formed of annulets in each angle (N.1272).117. striking crack at 7 o’clock. ‘Watford’ type (BMC 1). toned.1257). +[GH]ER[RI:ON]SV[. a field find subsequently straightened. 1. Gherri. N. crowned bust left holding sceptre before. +[P]VLFRIC:ON:PIREC[:]. Penny. +D[E]RMAN/+ON LVND. good fine £350-400 Henry I (1100-35).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 53 22 & 23 September. large flan. star within quadrilateral. London. N. rev.36g. ‘Watford’ type (BMC 1). rev.867. star in lozenge fleury type (BMC XIII). S. 1. legends flat. off-struck.873. Lifwine. N. rev. an annulet containing a letter of PAXS in each angle (BMC VIII. large section of corresponding striking weakness but superb detail to most of the portrait. sceptre before. ST[IEFNE:R]EX: rev. Penny.850. Elmore-Jones. good fine. on two bands around small cross potent within inner circle (Harris. large cross pattée. chips. Southwark or Sudbury. 1. lightly toned. some scrapes and a small area of flaking to obverse. cross moline.41g. cf. large flan. crowned facing bust.869. sceptre right. p. lot 1668 The second example of moneyer GHERRI (a die duplicate of the current piece) is in the British Museum.115. SCMB 1987. scarce £400-600 Henry I (1100-35). Rashleigh 565.

0095 The findspot of the current piece places it within a stones throw of several East Anglian mints known to have been striking irregular coinage during the Anarchy. Cambridge. West Sussex. cross moline.].1295).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 54 anCient.000 PROVENANCE: Found Hockwold-cum-Wilton. Penny. Mack 209 var.SPinK. 1. nearly very fine for this £300-500 PROVENANCE: Found Church Norton. WLLE[. fleurs in angles SANSON ON AN (B. S. legend begins at 1 o’clock. 2014 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. 2011 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum.01g.. WWW. crowned bust right of local style with collar of pellets. some loss of surface metal on obverse from a scraping action. EMC 2014.. extremely rare £800-1. full flan. 0/ 5)& (0 6T F U IF 23 DPEFT  U P WJ T J U  PVS  XFCT J U F BOE 4QJ OL "QQ :PV D BO EPXOM PBE U IF 23 $PEF 3FBEFS  G PS  J 1IPOF  #M BD LCFS S Z BOE "OES PJ E G S PN "QQ 4U PS F PO ZPVS  T NBS U QIPOF 41* /. Southern Variant. sceptre before. Southampton. "11 888 41* /. Norfolk. uncertain baronial variant of BMC I.99g. STEFNE REX.. local and irregular issues of the civil war. Penny. S.N. I.]LLIL:[. $0.1278 var).873 var. crudely cut crowned bust right.Com Page 54 . a fleur in each angle (Mack:. clearly a detector find. Sanson. East Anglian mint?.5) 229 Stephen (1135-54). annulet at centre. rev. No.C. area of weak strike underneath bust corresponding on reverse. The mint at Bury St Edmunds did have a moneyer Willem but he is only known to have struck from Type 7 onwards 230 230 Stephen (1135-54). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 229 229 (x1. VVI[LLELMVS?] rev. sceptre before..0223 3 &&" 4& %  #: /&  5) 8 " &  &/ 11 %   0 ' 5) & :& "3  This coinage has previously been attributed to Canterbury but the concentration of finds in and around Hampshire gives weight to Southampton as the place of minting 41* /..M.905 annulets on collar listed only.242. local and irregular issues of the Civil War. EMC 2012. Cambridge. voided cross moline. William. 0. a typically irregular and small flan as per normal for this issue. N. very fine. interesting crude style.

XVI. crowned bust right. 2014 Recorded with the Fitzwilliam Museum. discolouration to reverse.196. Penny. Boon adds. 2014 .1010. November 1958 R.1051/2. local and irregular issues of the Civil War. sceptre before with pellet in lozenge tip. ornamented types. 232 232 234 233 Edward I (1272-1307). Northamptonshire. 2. round flan.1380).1112. edge split at 3 o’clock. LONDONIENSIS (N. rev. 218.1314).12g. good very fine for this £180-250 Edward III (1327-77). an uncleaned field find. London. 1.920. rev.1382/1380). N. Pl. on a good sized flan.39g. mostly well struck. arms extending from central panel containing a large closed E. EDWREX rev. EMC 2014. but had married his son Eustace to Louis VII’s own sister. rare £150-200 Edward I 1272-1307). S. S. ornaments in legend to right of sceptre. third coinage. fleurs in spandrels. N.000 PROVENANCE: Found near Northampton. Woodhead collection. good silver. a very pleasing piece and a veritable nearly extremely fine. class 1c/1a mule. It is unusual that a locally circulated coin such as this should appear so far south of York. small lettering (SCBI North 19. especially so in this condition 231 £3. A surmounted by sloping wedges. Cambridge. Carlyon-Britton collection. rev. Farthing. knock to bust and correspondingly so on reverse. first crown.1443A). large shield within tressure. 1. S. saltire fleury over cross pattée (Boon 34. floriate cross. third period.41 notes that the obverse spelling of STIEN may be based on the Norman French ESTIEN for Stephen. rev. purchased Seaby. area of double striking to reverse but generally very fine. S.London 231 231 (x1. N. legend composed of ornaments and letters. Quarter-Noble. class 1a.1012/1010. The majority of the findspots for the ornamented group are in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Schneider 7/8. some weakness to obverse legend but a pleasing portrait and a good central strike.33g. 1346-51. 0.1483). York. Penny. ‘On the English coin it may have reminded people that not only had Stephen done homage to the French king (then Louis VI) for Normandy as a fief of the French Crown. class 1c. S not pellet-barred (N. 1. chevron-barred A (Doubleday 5-8. Penny. +STIEN. 327 233 234 235 Edward I (1272-1307). Another French influence noted by Peter Seaby is the lozenge sceptre which is also seen on the seal of Louis VII (1137-80) as well as two of his successors. Stewartby p.19g.0234 Boon p. very fine or better and a very rare early gold issue in the reign of Edward III £600-800 55 . I. London.000-4.5) Stephen (1135-54). S. chevron-barred A. good fine and a very rare early Penny of Edward I with a most distinctive bust 235 £450-550 PROVENANCE: P.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 55 22 & 23 September. London. mostly sharply struck on a superb.’. extremely rare. Mack type 3. evidence of creasing leading to flan split at 3 o’clock.05g.

Lombardic M. 1351-61. serie G.1490). FRANC. series G. single annulet stops. floriate cross. standing facing in ship holding sword and shield.Com Page 56 £2. standing facing in ship. full flan. pre-treaty period. good very fine With old collector’s ticket WWW. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 236 236 (x1.1490). N.5) 237 Edward III (1327-77).64g. fourth coinage.000-2. saltire stops.000-3. Lombardic M. London.67g. arms extending from a central panel containing a letter E.SPinK.200 237 237 (x1. S. pellet at each side of lis end of top limb (Schneider-. floriate cross. m. cross 4.m. small lis added in second quarter. 7. fourth coinage.1182. Noble. rev. closed E and C. single annulet stops. single annulet stops (N. arms extending from a central panel containing letter E. king crowned. London.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 56 anCient.000 . Noble. closed E and C. saltire stops. about very fine £2. annulet before EDWARD.5) 236 Edward III (1327-77). m. S. 1351-61. 7. cross 3. holding sword and shield. light wear to high points. crowned. rev. pre-treaty period.1180 var. king.m.

London. treaty period. floriate cross. EDWARD DEI G REX ANGL DNS HYB Z AQT.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 57 22 & 23 September.1252. shield within tressure. S.m. 2014 . treaty period. arms extending from central panel containing an annulet (Schneider 100. French title omitted.1616).5) 240 Edward III (1327-77). treaty period die. S. straightened. floriate cross.1516). Groat. fourth coinage. pellet before EDWARD. rare with the cross in circle on obverse £400-600 240 240 (x1. arms extending from central panel (N.78g.1277. N. good very fine 57 £300-400 . 4. cross potent. Quarter-Noble. London. floriate cross.000 241 241 Edward III (1327-77).1510). rev. 1361-69. m.m. arms extending from central panel containing a lis (Schneider 81-2. rev. standing facing in ship holding sword and shield. double annulet stops. cross potent.60g. treaty period. cross in circle above. S. 1369-77. rev. Stewartby B2.258. post treaty period. annulet before EDWARD.83g. rev.1245. double saltire stops (N. Noble.1513). S. 1361-69. fine £300-400 Edward III (1327-77). very fine and an improvement on the Doubleday specimen. N. shield within tressure. 1361-69. Quarter-Noble. 1. fourth coinage.London 238 238 239 239 Edward III (1327-77). king crowned. p. m.000-4. in NGC holder graded MS63 £3. fourth coinage. 1.1243.

Noble. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 242 242 (x1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 58 anCient.1655). fleurs on all cusps. type IIA. London. S. nearly very fine.5) 242 Edward III (1327-77). king standing facing in ship holding sword and shield. Groat. lot 14 WWW. m. a tad short of flan but full weight. 22 May 1985. 1369-77. post-treaty period. single saltire punctuation.74g. rev.5) x243 Richard II (1377-99). single and double saltire punctuation (N. cross pattée with four pellets (without pellets on reverse).1303.1639). extensive lustre. rare PROVENANCE: SNC. m. London.800-2. HIB F A. N. floriate cross extending from a central panel containing a letter r crowned leopard in each angle (Schneider 146.200 . bust weakness.m.500 243 243 (x1. French title omitted.200-1. on a good sized flan and centrally struck. S. 7. rev. June 2005.1284. dark staining. cross pattée.Com Page 58 £1. HS2101 (with tickets) Glendining. 4.36g. saltire over sail ANGL DNS HIB Z AQT. rare £1. row of annulets under the bust (‘chain mail’).m.SPinK. pleasing. nearly extremely fine.

lot 612 R. saltire stops.m.1311. one of only four known with the lion on rudder PROVENANCE: Samuel King. slightly off centre otherwise about very fine. June 2005. m.200-2.000-4. lot 7 Christie’s. floriate cross with lis at ends. double annulet on reverse only (N. 3. rev. floriated cross with lis at ends. HS2102 (with tickets) R. 2014 . VII (English III). illustrated pl. R in centre. rev. Schneider 173 .m. Sotheby. cross pattée on reverse only (N. Talbot-Ready. 4-6 November 1958. Glendining.1667.500 . a very rare denomination for Richard II £2. 30 May 1961. C. otherwise good very fine and with lustre. 5 May 2005.79g.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 59 22 & 23 September. 11 October 1956.5) 245 Richard II (1377-99). king standing facing in ship. holding sword and shield.1311. pt. king’s face somewhat weak.same obverse die).800 PROVENANCE: SNC. S.London 244 244 (x1. Spink auction 173. 26 February 1991. lot 365 245 245 (x1. R in centre. king standing facing in ship holding sword and shield. 3. type IIIA.1667). lot 3052. XIII (sold for £46) W. m. extremely fine. type IIIB. C. Half-Noble. London. lot 547 Glendining. S. small dent repaired in obverse field.82g. no marks. Lockett. Half-Noble. Glendining. 15 November 1920. London. saltire/annulet stops. lion on rudder. Lockett. lightly buckled.5) x244 Richard II (1377-99). lot 1336 59 £3.

rev. N. edge chip. VIII. June 2005. quatrefoil with pellet at centre (Delmé-Radcliffe 76 . Glendining.08g. S.000-8. rare £500-600 248 248 (x1.323. obverse class I (PIa) with HENRIC over RICARD. type IIIA. 6 December 1938. 4. VIII. light coinage.1319.Com Page 60 £6.261. good very fine for this. Potter BNJ 1960. trefoil on breast.m cross pattée. lightly bowed and with hints of double striking. facing bust with broad face. 4 obv. HS2103 (with tickets) Captain R. reverse double struck. P1a/p. London. rev.5) x246 Richard II (1377-99).000 . britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 246 246 (x1.1351.. extremely rare Potter noted 3 class I transitional obverse dies from which just 7 specimens were recorded WWW. S. extraordinary detail to bust for this issue. Groat.5) 247 Henry IV (1399-1413). Quarter-Noble. without slipped trefoil.90g. heavy coinage. Transitional die no.86g.1726/1681. fish tail letters. 1399-1412. muled with Richard II transitional reverse die. essential devices mostly clear. m. Wills. die dup/Pl. lot 14 247 247 (x1. die 3 obv.. especially the overstruck regnal title. pellet to left and in-filled annulet to right of crown.1 rev. Pl. 1. French title omitted. shield within tressure. contraction mark after ANGLIE. 1412-13. second period. deeply toned and in good metal. D. die dup. long cross. pellet in centre (N.1675). Penny. Stewartby p.1358. S. fish tail letters. very fine. 3.reverse die duplicate. otherwise a very good example of this distinctive coinage of Henry IV with a good deal more facial detail than is usually seen. York. this denomination of Richard II very rare £800-1. 1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 60 anCient. round chin and thick hair.200 PROVENANCE: SNC.1722).5) 248 Henry IV (1399-1413). London. 1 rev. Type I. much lustre to the obverse and plenty of eye appeal. IV). rev. nearly extremely fine/very fine. reverse barred Ns (N.SPinK.

CIVI TAS DVNOLM (N. struck off-centre as usual for this coinage.1364. S. S.1734). quatrefoil after POSVI. London. ‘emaciated’ bust. rev.500 . A). light coinage. otherwise a pleasingly full coin with the characteristic ‘emaciated’ features evident and with a particularly good reverse. long cross. rare £260-320 250 250 (x1. Groat. full regnal name visible and a far superior specimen to most of the known examples of Durham.60g.1759. fleurs on all cusps. rare Class A obverses are known for just 2 dies.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 61 22 & 23 September. obverse die 2.1365. crease evident from 10 o’clock to central fleur of crown. 1412-13.323. Potter I. rev. quatrefoil after HENRIC and double saltire after DI. light coinage. rev. the reverse better.72g. 1412-13. m. cross pattée with central pellet. good very fine for this and pleasing £800-1. facing bust with bushy hair. some scuffs. fine.92g.1385. 3. annulet under bust. This reverse die reading A/DIVTORE/M is noted by Stewartby as emanating from early in the class 61 £1.800-2.500 251 251 (x1. 0.1735).m. quatrefoil with pellet at centre (N. FRANC’. Penny. thin neck. light scratch to king’s forehead. slipped trefoil on breast. small area of pitting beneath crown and areas of double striking. Penny. class A. thinner face. very fine.5) 250 Henry IV (1399-1413). facing bust with bushy hair. 0. S. Durham.London 249 249 Henry IV (1399-1413). one with single saltire after DI and one with double saltire. long cross. Stewartby p. York. double saltire before LON and after DON (N.5) 251 Henry V (1413-22). 2014 . with trefoil of pellets in quarters.

1799). crowned. king. lis. excess metal but still a full piece. annulet issue. FRANC’.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 62 anCient.5) 253 Henry VI (first reign 1422-61). the metal somewhat bright otherwise an almost flawless example. N. Half-Noble. annulet issue. trefoil stops. 3. 1422-c.45g. standing facing in ship holding sword and shield.46g. Noble.500 . standing facing in ship holding sword and shield. good very fine £1.1430.m. m. rev. London. London. crowned leopards in angles.1805). king.800-2. arms extending from a central panel containing a letter H.000-2. crowned. mostly well struck with the die sinkers’ guides still visible on reverse. floriate cross extending from a central panel containing a letter H (cf Schneider 292-94.5) 254 Henry VI (first reign 1422-61).m. m. 1422-c. crowned.SPinK.Com Page 62 £2. London.1430.500-3. floriate cross extending from a central panel containing a letter H (cf Schneider 292-94.1805). extremely fine £2. mostly struck up with plenty of underlying lustre.5) x252 Henry VI (first reign 1422-61). slight irregularity to edge. holding sword and shield. N. S. S.89g. 6.000 254 254 (x1. S. annulet stops (Schneider 274-90. king. 3. Half-Noble. centrally struck and on a full flan. lis after HENRIC.1430. lis. annulet issue.500 253 253 (x1. floriate cross.1417. rev. FRANC’. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 252 252 (x1. a little weakness on ship and reverse devices. mullet after IHC.1414. standing facing in ship.1417. 1422-c. rev. N. nearly extremely fine WWW.

between them a banner surmounted by sun rays. Latin cross within tressure. cross IIIa/V. angel Gabriel. right. on which AVE written downwards. pellet in annulet on inner circle under last letter of legend (Schneider III. Rouen. F. Henry VI (1422-53).200-1. shield of France. 3. Halfgroat. S. rosette after POSVI.1862). king’s name spelt hEHRICVS. left.1448.63g.500-3. between them a banner surmounted by sun rays.1461/1475. double pellet stops. Salut d’or. rev. right.48g. 1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 63 22 & 23 September. nearly extremely fine £1.m. mullet stops. Latin cross within tressure. Calais. and England. deep tone. leopard. Elias 270c. mascle before LA of VILLA (N. H below. m. m.45g. Rouen. Henry VI (1422-53). left. rosettes stops. leopard. mascle after REX. 112. Virgin Mary behind. mule of pinecone-mascle and leaf-mascle issues. pellet in annulet on inner circle under last letter of legend (Schneider III.5) 257 Anglo-Gallic. m. rev. irregular flan. crosses IIIb/V. dividing lis and leopard. rosette mascle issue. Virgin Mary behind. S. m. shield of France. deep tone with some russet undertones. and England.000 .5) x258 Anglo-Gallic.London 255 255 256 256 Henry VI (first reign 1422-61).m. a fantastic strike with original mint lustre. 1430-31. very fine. 2123 63 £2. pellet in annulet on inner circle under last letter of legend. dividing lis and leopard.700 258 258 (x1. rev. a tad off-centre on obverse. light scratch on angel’s face and under leopard on reverse. left. the N reversed. on which AVE written downwards. Groat. 111. angel Gabriel. Salut d’or.70g. right. king’s name spelt hENRICVS. rare £200-250 257 257 (x1. a superior specimen £200-300 Henry VI (first reign 1422-61).m. pinecone stops.1875/1890). left. rev. h below. 3. mascle after REX.18). 2014 . F. mullet stops. good very fine.18). Calais. leaf under second M of MEVM. Elias 270c. 3. saltire stops (N. 5-6 January 2010. extremely fine PROVENANCE: Triton XIII. double pellet stops. pellet in annulet on inner circle under last letter of legend.m. right.

crowned. light coinage. N. crowned leopards in angles. rare to have mintmarks on both obverse and reverse £1. rev. 7. king. light coinage. S.SPinK.5) x259 Edward IV (first reign 1461-70). rose on hull.Com Page 64 £1. August 2005.1950). large fleurs (Schneider 353 .same dies.1549. rev. Spink auction 167.400-1. rose on radiant sun over floriate cross.5) 260 Edward IV (first reign 1461-70). flag on which letter E at stern. rose on hull.1549. rose on radiant sun over floriate cross. London. reverse a tad off-centre. m. S.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 64 anCient. N. flag with letter E at stern. flan crack at centre. standing in ship holding sword and shield.1950).800 PROVENANCE: SNC. 1464-70. crowned leopards in angles. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 259 259 (x1. Ryal.m. 31 March 2004. note detail around flag. much lustre. standing facing in ship holding sword and shield.67g. large fleurs in spandrels (Schneider 355-57. king crowned. 1464-70. m. Ryal. sun.m.300-1.68g. trefoil stops. sun. good very fine. lot 6 260 260 (x1. London. 7. HS2182 (with tickets) Marshall.600 . very fine WWW.

rose on hull. rose on hull. 7. crowned leopards in angles. 1464-70. S. trefoil in spandrels (Schneider 367.56g.5) 263 Edward IV (first reign 1461-70). flag at stern. S. large fleurs in spandrels (Schneider 352-4. m. light coinage. rev. crowned leopards in angles.800 262 262 (x1. standing facing in ship with sword and shield. m. 2014 .200-2.1951).London 261 261 (x1. crown. about very fine £2. very fine £2. London.1549. N. sun. rev. N. crowned leopards in angles.1950). London. London. rev.1549. 7.500 . trefoil stops.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 65 22 & 23 September.1951). 1464-70.000-2.54g. 7. S.5) 262 Edward IV (first reign 1461-70). standing facing in ship holding sword and shield. rose on radiant sun over floriate cross.200 263 263 (x1. flag at stern. king crowned. light coinage. rose on radiant sun over floriate cross. 1464-70. small dig to right of shield. N. crown. rose on radiant sun over floriate cross.m. light coinage. m.000-2. trefoil in spandrels (Schneider 367.5) 261 Edward IV (first reign 1461-70).56g. standing facing in ship with sword and shield.m. king crowned. Ryal. Ryal.1549. king crowned.m. flag on which letter E at stern. very fine 65 £2. Ryal. rose on hull.

Stewartby p. Groat. cross above.430. long cross. Half-Angel. Thomas Rotherham of York was arrested by Richard in June 1483 but soon released. rev. rev. chevron barred A in TAS.54g. 446.5) 266 Edward IV (second reign 1471-83). Penny. 0. i).56g. saltire stops (N. quatrefoils by neck.m.200-1. three pellets in angles. O CRVX AVE SPES VNICA. 3.m. quatrefoils by neck. small flan as usual. S. Groat.73g. small trefoil on breast in place of fleur on the cusp of the tressure. Groat.5) 267 268 Richard III (1483-85). none below bust or above crown.1564. York under Archbishop Rotherham. lis. heavy dies. good fine £160-220 266 266 (x1.m. light coinage. m.1680. crowned bust facing.m sun and rose 2.Com Page 66 .500 268 267 267 (x1.1686. S. m. 2. struck en medaille £1. St Michael spearing dragon. saltire stops.m. good very fine. cinquefoil. 1464-70. S. m.SPinK. slightly small flan but full weight. rev. rose/rose. dividing E and rose (North 1630.2012).2093). ‘The flow of ill-struck and often illegible pence from the northern episcopal mints continued unabated.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 66 anCient. a well struck example on a flan too small for the size of the heavy coinage dies. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 264 264 265 265 Edward IV (first reign 1461-70). shield within ship. fleurs on cusps.2158).500 Richard III (1483-85). S. N.’ WWW.92g.1997. weakness on key. good very fine £250-350 Edward IV (first reign 1461-70). 2. a field find with scuffs. light coinage. boar’s head 1/-. m. CIVITAS EBORACI (N. rev.2166). S. mostly a strong strike with much detail remaining. Vb. trefoil of pellets in angles (Stewartby p. rosettes after CRVX and SPES. rev.382 notes. E on breast.1583.200-1. 2. 1464-70. Group Vb. pellet below. pleasing. very fine £1. nearly very fine for issue with an above average portrait of Richard III £300-400 Stewartby p. m.0g. the flan slightly bowed. eye after TAS (N. York. London. quatrefoil on long cross.

2. dividing H and rose (N. S. boar’s head mintmark still mostly visible as is a proportion of the regnal title. S. good fine £150-200 273 273 (x1.800 .1688.1698. S. otherwise good very fine 67 £1.2187). shield within ship. Angel.m.2170).m. mark on edge at 12 o’clock and tiny scrape on reverse. m.m. 4. crown with two plain arches. rev. rev. m. m. very fine for this. Angel. dark patches. rusty dies. 2014 .450. creased. boar’s head.5) 273 Henry VIII (1509-47). rev. 5. Halfpenny.2195).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 67 22 & 23 September.1704. CIVITAS LONDON (N. m.33g.1760. N. St Michael spearing dragon. possibly due to heat.m.12g. dividing H and rose (N.94g. a very rare denomination for Richard III and a most distinctive ‘scowling’ portrait £500-700 Found Codford. cinquefoil. large facing bust. Wiltshire 270 Henry VII (1485-1509). cross dividing H and rose above (N. superb bust for issue. portcullis. S. Angel.1696. m. escallop.49g. shield within ship.99g.050 Henry VII (1485-1509). Groat. class IIa. Withers 3a.m. London. crowned bust facing.2183). shield within ship. St Michael spearing dragon.100 Henry VII (1485-1509).2265). [RI]CARD DI GRA [REX] (Stewartby p. good fine 272 271 271 272 £950-1. rev. St Michael spearing dragon. scratches to obverse. S. pheon. an old field find which has since toned.5) 269 270 Richard III (1483-85). 4. first coinage 1509-26.500-1. good fine £900-1. 0.London 269 269 (x1.

05g.000-25. rare WWW. m. small linear surface crack to reverse shield.1782. crowned portcullis with chains (N. shield on large Tudor rose within double tressure.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 68 anCient. S. legend ends RED’. portcullis below. saltires stops. rev.5) 275 Henry VIII (1509-47). Michael spearing dragon. graffiti on obverse.2267). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 274 274 (x1.Com Page 68 £20.000 . HENRIC VIII etc. Angel. Sovereign.2265). 1509-26. cross dividing h and rose.SPinK. second coinage 1526-44. holding sceptre and orb. king seated on narrow high backed throne.5) 274 Henry VIII (1509-47).m. 5.200-1. S. rev. some handling marks and the metal appearing somewhat granular under magnification. St. a few weak areas. no floral decoration in angles (N. very fine. shield within ship. very fine £1.500 275 275 (x1.m.06g. Schneider 570. first coinage. 15. m. lis over sunburst/arrow.1760. legend ends FR.

Groat. weakness as per usual for this issue. crowned T. rev. Penny. Half-Sovereign. m. S. seated facing on throne. crowned shield with supporters. first coinage.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 69 22 & 23 September.2317). 2014 . king facing enthroned. holding sceptre. N. left.1776. S. slightly bent.11g. rev. shield over long cross fourchée. T D above (N. 2.800 277 277 (x1.5) x276 Henry VIII (1509-47).5) 277 Henry VIII (1509-47). 0. third coinage. good detail to king’s face and throne. flan split at 12 o’clock. and orb. 1509-26.2297). E below. good fine. rev. lis. rare £1. round flan. 6. scratches to bust. Durham. bearded and crowned. CIVITAS TORNACEN. S.72g. 1544-47. right.2331). Bishop Ruthall. HR in panel beneath (cf Schneider 621. Sovereign type.400 278 278 Henry VIII (1509-47).100-1. shield over long cross fourchée (S.m.500-1. Southwark. about very fine 69 £100-150 . CIVITAS DVRHAM. m.m.1828. very fine for issue £1.London 276 276 (x1. crowned and holding sceptre and orb. m.55g. Roman/Lombardic lettering. Tournai. king. crowned bust right.m. first coinage 1509-26.

pellet stops. CIVITAS LONDON. April 1547-January 1549. m. first period.£120 There is a note in the Circular . m. ¿ Halfcrown. good fine £100-150 Edward VI (1547-53). crowned bust right. none. S in forks (N. Testoon.56g. about fine £250-300 Edward VI (1547-53). crowned bust facing. rev.’ 281 280 280 281 281 (x1.m. S. Southwark. 1547-49.’. Tower.000-1.59g. N. reads RVTI .SPinK. m. double struck on obverse. chipped.500 283 282 282 283 Edward VI (1547-53). crowned bust right. E. Tower. 1. rev.1844. m.2462). rev. no mm. S. bearded facing bust half right.76g. fine for issue. flan split at 1 o’clock.5) 279 Henry VIII (1509-47). shield over long cross fourchée. crowned. S. legend begins E 6 D G. 1544-47.. annulet in forks (N. Penny. Groat. black stains on bust. crowned rose dividing crowned H-R.‘This coin has been artificially toned at some stage.m.lis both sides. December 1972. rev. crowned rose dividing H and R.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 70 anCient.m.30g. rare £650-850 WWW.1841. third coinage.1903.000-3. very fine £3. shield over long cross fourchée. S. coinage in the name of Henry VIII. very fine. rare £1. LANS with the V over an A (Schneider -. rev.m. S.2369). Southwark.1870. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 279 279 (x1. but it is a good specimen and they are becoming difficult to find these days.Com Page 70 . 2. 1.5) Henry VIII (1509-47).500 PROVENANCE: Spink Numismatic Circular. 1547-51.1898.51g. ADIVTORIVM (N.2456). Bristol. some double striking on reverse. shield over long cross fourchée (N. crowned shield dividing H and R. first period. original surfaces coming through in areas. 7.2365). 0. pellet in annulet . HENRIC 8. item 11671 . Groat.2400). lis. third coinage 1544-47.

342 286 285 285 286 Edward VI (1547-53). m. old cabinet tone. crowned bust facing dividing rose and value. king.5) 284 Edward VI (1547-53). 1551-53. pomegranate. Groat. S. S. 30.m y.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 71 22 & 23 September. July 1946.2492).2482). light scratches (graffiti?) on obverse. m. Y. 1551.000 PROVENANCE: SCMB. shield over long cross fourchée (N.m. fine issue. fine silver issue 1551-53. cleaned.800-2. crowned bust left. rev.1960. Shilling. very fine £140-180 Mary (1553-54).2478).91g. rev. about very fine £1. 2014 . good fine £300-400 71 . shield over cross fourchée (S. marks on face. rev.75g. riding right.m.00g. 6.1933. Crown. m.London 284 284 (x1. 1. shield over long cross fourchée (N. crowned and holding a sword.

crowned garnished shield. dividing mark of value (N.2501). dividing mark of value (N. S. S. Shilling.5) 288 287 Mary (1553-54). dividing mark of value (N. Penny. fine £480-520 TEMP FILIA 288 289 289 290 290 Philip and Mary (1554-58).2500). busts vis-à-vis.68g. S. English titles only. M D G ROSA SINE SPINA. busts vis-à-vis. with mark of value (N.17g. flan crack. crown dividing date above. busts vis-à-vis. rev. however. both portraits clear. m. steel grey tone. busts vis-à-vis. the portrait better.000 Philip and Mary (1554-58). fine or better £400-600 Philip and Mary (1554-58). 5.82g. rev.500-2. crown above. rev. full titles. crowned garnished shield.000 Philip and Mary (1554-58). 1555. scratch to left of shield. nearly extremely fine for this. crowned garnished shield. S. VERITAS (N. the faintest double strike apparent under magnification to face and a portion of legend. fine or better £500-600 291 291 292 292 Philip and Mary (1554-58). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 287 287 (x1. otherwise good fine or better £800-1.47g.m.1967. deep tone. dividing mark of value (N.2494). rev. full titles. crowned shield. crown above. 5.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 72 anCient. 1554. 1555. Shilling.74g. crowned garnished shield. Shilling.2501).. dividing date. about very fine £400-500 WWW.1968.Com Page 72 . 6. crown above. Shilling. edge splits. rev.SPinK. creased. an exceptional portrait for this denomination with all features clearly visible. S. busts vis-à-vis. 0. rev. S.2500). obverse slightly off centre. pomegranate. 1555. crown above.1962.1968.82g. English titles only.2501). English titles only.1968. 5. very rare £1. 5. light x scratched between busts.1967. scratches on obverse. Shilling.

m. pellet stops (Schneider 781 var.5) 294 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). sword. Angel. 1583-1600. back of throne with pellet and annulets on pillars.200 294 294 (x1. 2014 .92g. cross above dividing E and a rose (N. 73 £15. rev.2525). 15. area of corresponding weakness of strike in centres otherwise good very fine. 4. S.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 73 22 & 23 September. m. S. seated facing holding sceptre and orb. shield within ship.London 293 293 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). rev.2529). fifth issue. portcullis at feet. Sovereign.1991/1. reverse fractionally off-centre. crowned. St Michael spearing dragon. shield over double rose. better than fine £1. sixth issue. left. pellet stops. rare This obverse die with annulets garnishing the pillars of the throne is not represented in the Schneider sylloge.000-20.m.2003. N.900-2.40g. escallop.000 . m. queen.

m. m. weakness on face and shield. ragged edge. 1564 over 3 over 2.m. nearly very fine £80-100 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Sixpence. second issue.m.m. pleasing portrait. 2. first issue 1559-60.. 3. ELIZABETH . crowned bust left. 1576. crowned bust left.m. rev.2015. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 296 295 295 296 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). good fine £180-220 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Sixpence. scratches on obverse. crowned bust left. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 74 anCient. very fine £250-350 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). martlet.m. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2562). rev. 1559-60.98g. pheon. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2578B). good fine £180-220 297 297 298 299 298 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Shilling. m.2561B). REG.1997. third and fourth issues. 5.m. 1560-61. S. 1560-61. 3C. good fine/nearly very fine £150-200 300 300 301 302 303 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). S. 1.m.2550). weakness on shield.2548). irregular flan with split at 9 o’clock.1997. Sixpence.1997. 3. third and fourth issues. blackened but very fine for this issue £500-600 Elizabeth I (1558-1603).1985. Shilling. crowned bust left. 1567.57g. shield over long cross fourchée (N. bust 1A.1985. 5. 1561-77. scratch before bust. good fine £80-100 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). woolpack. 159. about very fine £200-250 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). first issue. lis. S. a few scratches. Sixpence. shield over long cross fourchée (N. rev. 1582-1600.m.2562).2555).2555). rev. Groat. m. shield over long cross fourchée (N. rev. 1561-77. Sixpence. lion. shield over long cross fourchée (N. S. shield over long cross fourchée (N.2562). crowned bust in decorated dress left. porosity.Com Page 74 .84g. 1561-77. eglantine.1997.97g. 2. lion. m. large crowned bust left. slightly irregular flan. lis. S. m. rev. wire line inner circles.64g. shield over cross fourchée (N.68g. S. crowned bust left. martlet.1986. 5.19g. 1567. shield over long cross fourchée (N. second issue. crowned bust left. rev.. S. Shilling. good fine £60-80 WWW.00g.1985.SPinK. S. m.23g. 1561-77. old collection tone. crowned bust left. S. third and fourth issues. third and fourth issues. wire line inner circle. rev. sixth issue. 3. m. m. m.

000-5.200 306 Elizabeth I (1558-1603).2012. S. 29. S. a good strong portrait. good very fine £3.m.2012. edge smoothed. with ornate dress and holding sceptre and orb.000 307 307 Elizabeth I (1558-1603).000-2. 1. grey tone.2582A).London 304 304 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). Crown. left. 1. light grey tone. seventh issue. 1601-2. one of the great rarities of the English Crown series 75 £5. shield over long cross fourchée (N. crowned bust left in elaborate dress holding sceptre and orb. rev. seventh issue 1601-2. rev. haymarking.2582). wearing decorated dress and wide ruff. shield over long cross fourchée (N. rev. m. rev. 2014 . m. slight double striking in the upper half of the obverse legend. holding orb and sceptre.2.m. seventh issue 1601-2.2582). Crown. 1601-2.600-4. 29. Crown.000 . garnished shield over long cross fourchée (N.81g. S.500 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). S. holding orb and sceptre. minor metal flaws but much less than usually seen on this issue.m. m.78g.m.2012. scuffed. shield over long cross fourchée (N. Crown. crowned bust left. seventh issue. m. 29. nearly very fine 305 305 306 £3. crowned bust left. very fine £2. weak on face. crowned bust. 1. wearing decorated dress and wide ruff.55g.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 75 22 & 23 September. very fine.2012.000-6. characteristic flatness in the centre of the obverse and a flat area in the legend at 5 o’clock. 29.86g.2582).

garnished shield over long cross fourchée (N. toned. crowned bust.000-2.2013.SPinK. seventh issue. garnished shield over long cross fourchée (N.2013.m. S. S. Halfcrown. rev.2583). Halfcrown. left.2013.800-2. rev. weakness on bust. seventh issue.2583). S.m.47g. left.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 76 anCient. 14. about very fine £1. crowned bust. 1.2583). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 308 308 Elizabeth I (1558-1603).500-2. seventh issue. with ornate dress and holding sceptre and orb. m.Com Page 76 £1. Halfcrown. m. garnished shield over long cross fourchée (N. crowned bust. with ornate dress and holding sceptre and orb. left. 1. rev. with ornate dress and holding sceptre and orb. 1601-2.500 309 309 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). toned.m.89g.200 310 310 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). scratch behind bust. 1. 1601-2. 1601-2. edge knock at 3 o’clock about very fine WWW. m. good fine £2.000 . 14.

14. slight double striking in legend below bust.200 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). very fine. 6. S. shield on cross fourchée (N. wearing decorated dress and wide ruff. crowned bust in decorated dress left.79g. very fine £500-700 77 .2583A). seventh issue 1601-02. good. S. shield over long cross fourchée (N. star. Halfcrown.16g.000 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 194.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 77 22 & 23 September. seventh issue 1601-2. attractive steel grey tone. milled coinage. m. crowned bust left. crowned bust left.m. 14.2583).5) 311 Elizabeth I (1558-1603).36g.London 311 311 (x1. wearing decorated dress and wide ruff. rev. lot 813 313 312 312 313 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). 1. 26-27 March 2008. rev. m. 2014 . rare £4. Halfcrown. the mint mark clear on both sides. 2. small size Shilling.000-5.m. holding orb and sceptre (N. holding orb and sceptre.2013.2013.2592).2023. m. S.m. flat in the centres and with a deep scratch on the obverse. extremely rare £800-1.

portcullis below.83g.2079.SPinK.5) x314 James I (1603-25). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 314 314 (x1. m.000 . S. 13. crowned seated on elaborate throne.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:55 Page 78 anCient. Rose Ryal.m.Com Page 78 £7. rev. second coinage. 1604-19. shield on double rose (N. escallop. king. good very fine and with much lustre WWW. faint crease mark from 11 o’clock to 5 o’clock.2613). a little weakness but generally well struck and with a good proportion of detail visible on the low-relief figure of the king.000-9.

crowned seated on elaborate throne. nearly very fine 79 £4. portcullis below. metal removed at 3 o’clock. second coinage.2613). S. 1604-19.2079. tower over mullet over coronet/tower.same dies. Rose Ryal.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 79 22 & 23 September. waterworn appearance. more than likely due to mounting.London 315 315 (x1.m.000 . king.000-6.66g. rev. N. shield on double rose (Schneider 10 .5) 315 James I (1603-25). light crease mark from 10 o’clock to 4 o’clock. m. 2014 . 13.

71g.2613).000-15.m. S.000 .Com Page 80 £10. lustrous in areas. shield on double rose (Schneider:-.2079. second coinage. portcullis below. Rose Ryal. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 316 316 (x1. crowned seated on elaborate throne. N.SPinK. lightly creased. king. 13. otherwise full and round. rev. escallop. knock above portcullis.5) 316 James I (1603-25).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 80 anCient. especially reverse shield. 1604-19. very fine WWW. m.

same dies.000-8. weakness on sovereign otherwise nearly very fine 81 £6. second coinage. 13. m. king. knock in obverse field beside sceptre.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 81 22 & 23 September.m. rev. S.2613). N. 1604-19.2079.65g.London 317 317 (x1.000 . portcullis below. Rose Ryal. shield on double rose (Schneider 6 .5) 317 James I (1603-25). crowned seated on elaborate throne. 2014 . rose.

2622). Double-Crown. coronet. crowned shield dividing I R (Schneider 34. m. 4.m. second coinage 1604-19. fourth crowned bust right. nearly very fine £850-950 320 320 James I (1603-25).150 319 319 (x1. good fine £950-1.93g. m. 1604-19.49g. fourth crowned bust right.2624). rose. coronet. crowned shield (N. S. Double-Crown. graffiti on obverse. from a mount. crowned shield dividing I R (Schneider 32. gold Britain Crown. rev. 4. S. about fine WWW. scratches behind bust. 2.2087.m.SPinK. S.2622).Com Page 82 £400-500 . rev.2090.5) 319 James I (1603-25). N.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 82 anCient.75g. m. first crowned bust right.m. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 318 318 (x1. second coinage. N.2087.5) 318 James I (1603-25). light crease. second coinage 1604-19. rev.

1619-25.2632). reads ADNO (N. third coinage. N. Rose Ryal.2114. x in field to right. fourth laureate draped bust left. three masted ship with royal arms on sail. spur rowel.69g. holding orb and sceptre. reads MAG BRI FRA ET HI.25g.same dies. 12. trefoil. spur rowel. S.m. rare £1. rev. Laurel.2636). 8. band with lis. light crease mark from 3 o’clock to 9 o’clock. 1619-25. extremely fine £15. full. James. shield over cross fleury.London 321 321 (x1. 3. Angel. crowned and robed. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (Schneider-.m.2108. Michael slaying the dragon. m. fine. S.500 James I (1603-25).000-20. 2014 . leopards and roses around (Schneider II.5) 321 James I (1603-25).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 83 22 & 23 September.200-1. better in places £700-800 83 . 77 . N. digs. rev.2110. third coinage. good fine. XXX above.m. m. struck from rusty dies giving a matte appearance in areas. seated on throne with ornamented back. traces of solder at the bottom. third coinage. St.000 322 323 322 323 James I (1603-25). wavy flan. m.95g. rev. 1619-25.2638B). portcullis below. officially pierced as a touch piece. S. centred and lustrous.

N.2114. fourth laureate and draped bust left. fourth laureate bust left. 1619-25.80g. nearly extremely fine for this PROVENANCE: St James’s auction 3. rev. S. lis. 8.2114.5) x327 James I (1603-25).300-1. 1619-25. flan flaw. 3 October 2005. weak on face.trefoil. m.800 .2638B) flan split. round flan. third coinage. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (Schneider -. very fine £1. (Schneider 88.2114. good fine £850-950 James I (1603-25).00g. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (Schneider 86.66g. m.100-1.m. trefoil. fourth laureate.m. Laurel. Laurel. rev. m. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 324 324 325 325 James I (1603-25). hairlines. 1619-25. Laurel. 9. Laurel.400 326 326 James I (1603-25). N.2114. draped and armoured bust left. reverse double struck. double-struck on bust. S. rev.m. weak on face. S.10g. third coinage. 8. fourth laureate.600 327 327 (x1.200-1.Com Page 84 £1.2638C).3638B). third coinage. third coinage. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (N.SPinK.2638B). S. draped bust left. lot 237 WWW. rev. N. about very fine £1. dig/scratch above bust. 9. 1619-25.m. m.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 84 anCient. lis. otherwise a very appealing coin with a superb portrait for this coinage and on a full.

N. fourth bust. 1619-25. trefoil/lis. fair 85 £250-350 . good very fine £800-1.06g. draped bust left.52g.2664). 1619-25.m. 1619-25.London 328 x328 329 James I (1603-25). rev. old collection tone with some gold undertones. weak on shield.2118.m. S. m. third coinage. S. Shilling. fourth laureate bust left (Schneider 92/91 var. crowned. riding right on caparisoned horse. weakness in legends. hair brushed forward. edge split. rev.m. double-struck on bust. lot 864 329 330 James I (1603-25). laureate. grass line below.46g.2117. good fine £500-600 331 332 331 332 James I (1603-25). trefoil. m. flan split. Quarter-Laurel. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (Schneider 93. Half-Laurel. 28. N. inverted A’s for V in legend (Schneider 93. N. 1619-25. 2. 2014 . rev. pleasing portrait. very fine £650-750 James I (1603-25).80g. 4. S.2641A). Crown. spur rowel.m. rev.2642). m.2655). bust and reverse shield mostly struck up. S..2640). armour plain. very fine £250-350 333 333 James I (1603-25). N.93g. third coinage.2642). king.2100. m.m. 25 October 2005.000 PROVENANCE: Bonhams auction 11811. scratches on obverse. S. draped bust left. Half-Laurel.2120. garnished square topped shield (N. laureate. 5. crowned shield over long cross fourchée (Schneider 89. rose (N. creased.17g. spur rowel. 1619-25. third coinage.2118. Quarter-Laurel. double struck on obverse. spur rowel. first laureate bust left. 4. fine £500-700 James I (1603-25). third coinage. third coinage. 2. m. crowned shield over long cross fourchée. m. second coinage. from a mount.2116.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 85 22 & 23 September.m. S.

500 Charles I (1625-49). Brooker 93-93. 4. Tower under king. toned. about very fine PROVENANCE: Bt. creased. good fine £550-650 Charles I (1625-49). portrait a little weak but some facial detail remains. crowned garnished shield (Schneider -. rev. S.40g. possibly from a mount. crowned oval garnished shield. very fine £2. some facial detail remains. digs before bust. elongated bust. S. Double-Crown.m. crowned bust left. N. S. N. m. good sized flan and with full legends. crown over bell/crown over bell.600 339 340 Charles I (1625-49). Unite.2185a. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 334 334 335 335 Charles I (1625-49). Unite. m.2692). crowned oval shield with C R at sides (N. S. second crowned bust left in ruff. 2.SPinK. well struck on king’s face.88g. group D. crowned garnished shield (Schneider 118-19. Unite. group C.2149. edge flattened between 12 and 1 o’clock.m. 2. gold Crown.2700).2148. good fine 336 336 337 x339 340 337 £1. gold Crown. rev.m. weakness. castle/castle over negro’s head. group B. N. anchor. crowned bust left. and mantle. m.500-2. group B.2688). good very fine for issue £400-600 Charles I (1625-49). weakness on bust. S.25g. flatter single-arched crown.m. rev. marks to obverse. Baldwin Charles I (1625-49). crowned C R at sides (Brooker 210.23g. m.m.000 . heart (Schneider 127-128.2166. crowned bust left.100-1.m. crowned square-topped garnished shield.93g. armour. weakness to bust. previously cleaned.000-1. crowned bust. rev. rev. cross calvary over lis. m. 8. crowned C R at sides (N. group D. beaded inner circle. plume. rev. crown. N.06g. 8.2715). creased.2185a. a good deal of fresh metal.78g.2147. S.2715).m. m. group A. Unite.400 Charles I (1625-49). very fine £300-500 WWW.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 86 anCient. beaded inner circle. some areas of weak strike. S.2687). group D. first bust in coronation robes. crowned oval garnished shield.200-2. nearly very fine 338 338 £1. rev.2686). 8. 9. m. light scratch beside reverse shield.Com Page 86 £1.2153. crowned C at sides (Schneider 152. N. crowned garnished shield.

king half length left. it was impossible to cut a single large puncheon for the king’s bust. Separate puncheons were used. Brooker 830 . 2014 .same dies. good very fine PROVENANCE: Bt.000-40.5) 341 Charles I (1625-49). three Oxford plumes above. Owing to the lack of a skilful engraver at Shrewsbury. Oxford plume behind. 26. the body. Spink. Schneider 284 -same dies.96g. ‘The bust of the king shows imporvement on that of the Shrewsbury triple unite. the bust in mostly high relief.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 87 22 & 23 September. rev. It was not until the arrival of London workmen in 1643 that a single puncheon could be cut for the king’s bust. and the palm branch. holding sword and laurel branch.000 . although new puncheons have not been cut. 1642. crowned. armoured.London 341 341 (x1.2381. therefore. BNJ Vol. Civil War coinages. fields generally clean. Declaration in three lines. plume/4 pellets.m.’ 87 £30. clear date. Oxford. S. 1642-46. Triple Unite. the sword. a hint of toning. for the head. N. XXVII notes of this obverse die.2724). November 1947 Beresford-Jones. some doubling to obverse otherwise a pleasing example. m. date below (Beresford-Jones dies I/S1.

SPinK. Declaration in three lines. king half length left. Schneider 286 -same dies. 26. and therefore probably overlapped with it for part of this period of three months. It was also used with one of the reverses of 1643.Com Page 88 £50.2381. 1642-46.000-75.same dies. The bust has been much better placed and shows a great improvement on the Shrewsbury pattern. 32mm. Oxford. the bust mostly struck up. N. date below (Beresford-Jones dies III/S2. XXVII notes of this obverse die.2724). lot 53 Beresford-Jones.5) 342 Charles I (1629-45). S. 1642. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 342 342 (x1. m. Oxford plume behind. rev. 30 September 2010.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 88 anCient. very fine or better PROVENANCE: St James’.000 . plume/5 pellets. Triple Unite. crowned. ‘The old Shrewsbury puncheons were set in a new die with a slightly smaller field.’ WWW. armoured.92g. holding sword and laurel branch. several die flaws evident as well as old handling marks.m. Brooker 832 . three Oxford plumes above. BNJ Vol. Civil War coinages. It was used with the same reverses as Obverse I.

15. group 3.2213. S.54g. oval garnished shield (Brooker 337. riding left.03g.000 Charles I (1625-49). pleasingly toned.2855). S. king on horseback left. rose/rose over plume.98g.m. crowned. type 3a1. 29. oval garnished shield (N. good very fine for issue £180-250 346 345 345 346 Charles I (1625-49). Tower mint under Parliament. Sixpence. m. 6. with C R divided by plume above (N. tun. Crown.m. type 3a3. garnished oval shield (N. rev. irregular flan as usual for this issue. free of adjustment marks and mostly reflective surfaces. Halfcrown. good very fine 89 £300-500 . garnished oval shield. good very fine. good fine £800-1. rev. S. the portrait probably better £300-400 347 347 Charles I (1625-49). crowned bust left.40g.m. full legends and a remarkably well struck bust for this with much of the fine detail in good order. rev. iridescent toning in legends. Halfcrown. king. 1631-32.2791).m. m. very pleasing. N. no groundline. group 2 type 2B1. S. S. flower with small B to left/-.2192. m. sun. type 3a. very fine £80-100 Charles I (1625-49).2773). 14. shield over cross fourchée (Brooker 718.London 344 343 343 344 Charles I (1625-49).2225. sword on shoulder.2301. 2014 .2778). weakness in centres. crowned riding left. m. crowned bust left. Briot’s first milled coinage. rev. king.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 89 22 & 23 September. 2. N. good surfaces and some pleasing detail on this equestrian portrait. Tower mint under king.2756). cleaned.m.30g. group D. m. rev.2209. Shilling. crown.

date below (Brooker 867 . about fine WWW.20g. 59. large plume (N. otherwise very fine and toned. m. 1643. very fine for this. crowned bust left. M. 1648/9. riding left over arms. very rare PROVENANCE: Alan Morris collection £150-200 350 350 Charles I (1625-49). plume/-. 1642-46. uneven flan and weakness to equestrian portrait as is usually seen on this issue. Oxford. three Oxford plumes above.2403. S. Halfgroat. rev.2861/2773). Crown. Halfcrown. riding left.m. 15. rev. Briot’s hammered issue. very rare PROVENANCE: Alan Morris collection H. S.2406. 1638-39. very fine £3. rev.000-4. purchased February 1947 (with his ticket) £500-700 Charles I (1625-49). double struck in places.91g. Declaration. crowned. triangle over anchor/triangle over anchor.. 33.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 90 anCient. three Oxford plumes above. Briot style horse with ground line.2913). N. groundline below.m.60g.m. crown. m. 0. king. 1642-46. crowned. N. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 349 348 348 349 Charles I (1625-49).2307/2209. Oxford plume behind.m. mule with Tower reverse.Com Page 90 £1.same dies.2356. Half Pound. Oxford plume/-. Oxford plume behind.SPinK. group III. Lingford collection. Civil War coinage. m.2944).400 . digs next to horse’s hoof. S. edge knock and flan split. S 2947). king. pierced below bust.000 351 351 Charles I (1625-49). Declaration in two lines. date below (N. Oxford. 1642. even tone and comparatively full. rev. oval garnished shield (Brooker 734.100-1. Civil War coinages. Aberystwyth-Furnace mint. m. toned.97g.

S. 1643. Oxford. 1643. S.2981). rev. plume before. list 14. 90 354 354 Charles I (1625-49). small edge split. 2.08g. 1642-43. 3.2531. Crown. Sixpence. book/. sash in two loose ends and he looks forward. N. Oxford. 1642-46.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 91 22 & 23 September. S. No. about very fine 91 £650-750 .3045). m. garnished oval shield (N. clear declaration.5) 352 Charles I (1625-49). date below (Brooker 954. good very fine £1.London 352 352 (x1.99g.m. good detail. 29. N. Civil War coinages. Civil War coinages.300 353 353 Charles I (1625-49).2981). 2014 . three Shrewsbury plumes above Declaration. very fine £350-450 PROVENANCE: M. Declaration in three lines.(Morrieson A-4. m. crowned riding left. Sixpence. Truro. toned. rev. Aberystwyth die. three Shrewsbury plumes above. rose. graffiti on shield.2459. book. m.50g. wear on portrait.100-1.m.2549. rev. irregular flan. king. crowned bust left. Rasmussen. Civil War coinages.m.

26. Exeter 1643-46.m. Exeter. Crown. m. oval garnished shield (Brooker 1041-45.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 92 anCient. triangle in circle (S.2799).97g. m. tun. Exeter. m. m. riding left. uneven flan. S.m. reverse better £600-800 357 357 358 359 Charles I (1625-49). about fine £350-450 356 356 Charles I (1625-49). square top shield (S.17g. crowned. riding left. 1643-46. cleaned. Tower mint under Parliament.SPinK.m. good fine (2) £60-80 WWW.m. rev.77g. S. triangle in circle. 27.01g. S. Civil War coinages. m.m. king crowned. 1645. rose/Ex. riding left. previously cleaned. Crown.Com Page 92 . 5. sash in bow.86g. Halfcrown.3062). 15. m. sun. pitted surface on obverse. fine. 2799). 28. m.-. scratch behind king. king. 5.2791). Civil War coinages.2778. rose.3055). round garnished shield (N. 1645. castle. rev.2558. crowned. good fine (2) £80-100 Charles I (1625-49). sash in bow behind. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 355 355 Charles I (1625-49). 1643-44. garnished oval shield (N. rev. king.3059).2561. Civil War coinages. type 3a3.95g. N.27g. and Shilling. Shillings (2).m. double struck in places. nearly very fine £600-800 Charles I (1625-49). Crown. 6. round shield (S.m.

escallop. no rose on housings.m.m. coronet. lis (2).m. S.s pheon (5). N. 14. m. and illegible (1).71g. illegible. scarf flying from king’s waist. escallop. 1605. no caparisons on horse. lis. Tower mint under the King. rose (2). m. S. fair to good fine (17) £250-350 362 362 363 364 Charles I (1625-49).m. King on horseback left. rose (2). illegible. m. m. oval garnished shield (Brooker 320-21.2209. coronet. m. bad metal from 7 o’clock to 9 o’clock on reverse. Tower mint under the King. no ground line. good fine £200-300 Charles I (1625-49). N. King on horseback left. N. oval shield with CR above divided by lis (Brooker 303. Shillings (10). ermine (5).2769). near very fine £150-200     5P D S FBU F ZPVS  A . mullet. fair to fine (38) £350-450 James I (1603-25). bell. Tower mint under the King. m.m. m. all cleaned. Shillings (9). type 1a2. Sixpences (8). rev.m. cinquefoil (3).55g.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 93 22 & 23 September. m.m. cross on housings. 1607. portcullis (3).2764). and lis. Halfcrown. tun (2). group 1. S. Halfcrown. crescent. previously cleaned. tun (4). cross crosslet. key.m. rev. escallop. 1603.Z 4QJ OL  BD D PVOU  HP U P XXX T QJ OL DPN BOE S FHJ T U FS   :PV XJ M M  S FD FJ WFBOFNBJ M D POmS NBU J POPG ZPVS M PHJ OEFU BJ M T  * G ZPVIBWFBM S FBEZ S FHJ T U FS FE PO PVS  XFCT J U F  XXX T QJ OL D PN  ZPV D BO VT F U IF T BNF M PHJ O EFU BJ M T  #FG PS F U IF T BM F  D M J D L PO 4QJ OL -J WF  T FM FD U  U IF T BM F ZPV BS F J OU FS FT U FE J O  M PH J O XJ U I ZPVS  D M J FOU  * % BOE QBT T XPS E BOE VT F U IF A $M J DL U P CJ E PO 4QJ OL -J WF  CVU U PO :PV D BO T FF BOE IFBS  U IF BVD U J POFFS  WJ B U IF BVEJ P WJ EFP G FFE BOE G FFM  U IF CV[[ J O U IF BVD U J PO S PPN 3F D POmS N ZPVS  QBT T XPS E BOE CJ E M J WF 8F XJ T I ZPV T VDDFT T  J O CJ EEJ OH POM J OF XJ U I 4QJ OL * G  ZPV XPVM E M J LF U P K VT U  G PM M PX U IF T BM F D M J D L PO 4QJ OL -J WF  T FM FD U  U IF T BM F BOE VT F U IF A $M J DL U P WJ FX PO 4QJ OL -J WF  CVU U PO  93 'PS  BOZ FORVJ S J FT  PS  BT T J T U BOD F QM FBT F D POU BD U    . 1605. edge damage at 6 and 12 o’clock.m. square-topped shield over long cross fourchée (Brooker 278-79. m. good fine or better £150-200 Charles I (1625-49). type 3a1. rose over plume. unusually full flan. some creased. irregular edge. group II. some scratched. king on horseback left. lis.m. m. coronet.s thistle. some with scratches. m. cross (2). 2014 . cleaned. 1604. and woolpack.2201. 14. Sixpences (27). 14.m.m. Halfcrown.74g. pleasing portrait. group III.2205.s cross crosslet. escallop. previously cleaned.m. m. type 2a. 1609. hand.London A CIVIL WAR HOARD Found under a barn in Winchester in 1917 and sent to the British Museum for cleaning in 1983 360 361 Elizabeth I (1558-1603). all cleaned. m.2773). rev. martlet (2). Groat. double striking in reverse legend. rose (3).

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rev. previously cleaned. previously cleaned. similar.m. N. Tower mint under the King. 14. group. triangle-in-circle. Halfcrowns (2).2779). Tower mint under the King.2778). 5. Sixpences (3). crown. group III. about fine £150-200 WWW. previously cleaned. harp. P in brackets (Brooker 356. crown. triangle. no CR at sides (Brooker.2778).32g. S. m. Shillings (7). previously cleaned. rev. type 3a2. 15. S. no inner circle. fine to good fine (5) £100-150 Charles I (1625-49). previously cleaned. N. about very fine £100-150 Charles I (1625-49). toned. group III.m. fine to good fine (5) £100-150 Charles I (1625-49). tun. previously cleaned. S.2776).22g. N. crowned bust left. Shilling. good fine. second. PA.66g.m.m.m. triangle-in-circle. 14. Tower mint under the King. three plumes above. P in brackets.2213.m. tiny scratch on obverse. fourth bust. crown. m. m. Tower under Parliament. tun. group IV. S. irregular edge. previously cleaned. flan splits on obverse. N. Declaration reads RELIG: PRO: LE ANG: LIBER. previously cleaned. type 3a1. m. m. bust 2.2416. m.2213. good fine £100-150 Charles I (1625-49). 15. type 3a3. edge damaged.2782). N. edge damaged from 5 to 6 o’clock. lis. N.m.2209.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 94 anCient. Shilling. lis. bell. date below.m. scraped on obverse fine. m. lis. m.m. tun. outer arch only jewelled.2773) scraped on portrait. previously cleaned. Tower mint under Parliament. toned.22g. bell (Brooker 321. double striking. round garnished shield. previously cleaned. square-topped shield over long cross fourchée (Brooker 386-89. Tower mint under the King. toned.Com Page 94 .m. no inner circle. S. Shillings (5). Tower under Parliament. 15.2779). both previously cleaned. N. 14. S. previously cleaned. round garnished shield.79g. star over triangle/star. weakly struck. 1643. N. irregular edge.2778) previously cleaned. generally fine to good fine (5) £100-150 Charles I (1625-49). Tower mint under the King. rev. S. type 3a3. m.85g. light double striking.2214. group A. P in brackets (Brooker 354.2773). group III. P in brackets (Brooker 355. Halfcrown. crowned bust left. S. group III. type 4. m. foreshortened horse (Brooker 364.2214. 14.18g. about very fine. Shilling.2213. triangle-in-circle (Brooker 371-76. m.22g. in coronation robes. good fine. S. Shilling.98g. anchor. 1642-46. 14. weakness on face and shield. previously cleaned. Tower mint under the King. Oxford plume behind. weakness in parts. Halfcrown. m. grassy groundline below. m. S. larger crown. group III.2211. cloak flying from shoulder (Brooker -. generally fine (3) £40-60 Charles I (1625-49). first. type 3a3 (cf Brooker 355-56. triangle. N. previously cleaned. generally fine to good fine (7) £150-200 Charles I (1625-49). Halfcrown. type 3a2.m. damages to edge. tun (2). type 3a. rough ground line below (cf Brooker 353.m. very fine better in places £150-200 Charles I (1625-49).2213. N. group D.2209.2778). triangle. previously cleaned. m. Tower mint under Parliament. star. S. tun (Brooker 334-35. good fine (3) £200-300 Charles I (1625-49). Halfcrowns (2). Tower mint under the King. m. single pellet stops in outer legend (Brooker 893.m.2791). corroded on legend from 4 to 6 o’clock. uncertain (1). illegible. S. bad metal on edge from 1 to 3 o’clock on reverse. 15. Briot’s horseman.67g. good fine.m. no CR at sides (Brooker 498-502.2216. one with scratches to bust. type 3a1. 14. S. weakness in parts.74g. triangle-in-circle. Shillings (5).SPinK. N.m. N. type 3a.2225. good fine. group D.m. good fine (2) £100-150 Charles I (1625-49). weakness in parts. triangle-in-circle (2).2775). fine (3) £180-220 Charles I (1625-49). Halfcrowns (3). Tower mint under the King.m.2225. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 Charles I (1625-49). rev. cloak flying from shoulder. Shillings (4). S.2956). N. star.star over triangle/star. m. 14. m. 14. star/star over triangle.36g. m. 5. fourth bust. group III. Oxford. good fine (3) £200-300 Charles I (1625-49).64g. parts flat.71g. group III. fine.71g. type 3a3. type 4. m. crowned bust left.m. Halfcrowns (2). previously cleaned. 5.m. group IV. edge split at 8 o’clock. N.2791).2212. Civil War coinages.

Edward I. 29.2198a). 3. Roger. fine-good fine. chipped-very fine. London. S. S. 1430-31.1387b. Henry V. good fine or better.London VARIOUS PROPERTIES 379 378 378 379 Commonwealth.85g.2003). m. flan split.3309).000 English hammered coins (8). Penny. nearly very fine. Henry VI. Henry VII.2765. 2. 2. m. annulet/rosette-mascle mule.96g. Henry VII. Groat. 2. crown/lis over crown (N.5) 380 381 382 383 384 Charles II (1660-85). m. rare £800-1. Edward III. James IV. first issue. ANGL’ (N. m. shield within wreath. conjoined shields (ESC 6.1836/1859).1859). shield over cross fourchée (N.1446. S.1836). Scotland.1705c. S.1424. Shilling. annulet issue. good fine.m. light coinage. some dark staining. 3. S. fine £600-800 Commonwealth.1705b. ANGL’ (N. pre-treaty period. 1422-30.3214). London.1583. Gloucester. London. anchor (N. nearly very fine. good fine or better (4) £200-300 Groats (4). B on breast. first reign (2) 3. long cross fitchée/sun (N. 3. London. Class C.38g. Henry VI. fine (8) £80-150 Groats (4). very fine £1. pleasing bust.600-2. ANGL’ (N. inverted anchor (N. Calais. first reign. S. m. S. Calais. 3. full flan. some flan loss. frowning bust. class IIIb. fine.1577. long cross Pennies (2). S. Henry VII. face weak. 1496-1513 (S. m. anchor. without inner circle or mark of value. m. good fine. ANGL’ (N.m. rosette-mascle.69g. first reign (2).1836). conjoined shields (N.1705c. hammered coinage. mintmark crown. first reign. London (N. Calais. 1422-30. S.2199). very fine. S. shield in wreath. class IIIc. nearly very fine.56g. York.m.2725.5349). Groat. first reign. S. rosette-mascle.44g. first reign. 1660-2. nearly very fine. ANGL’ (N. Groat. Edward IV.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 95 22 & 23 September. sun. long cross.2199). good fine or better (4) £150-250 95 . florin coinage. about fine.2001).72g. Edward IV. 2.1446. toned. nearly very fine. toned. Sixpence. escallop (N. London.m. annulet issue. 5.94g. nearly very fine. 1351-61. 2721. Edward IV.95g. billon Plack. Bristol. rev.1571.1424/1446. 1464-70.m. very fine. Calais. 2. rev. 1430-31. 3. Edward IV. 1422/31. previously cleaned. 1422-30. 1660. S.77g. Calais. 2014 . Pennies (4).1859). crown/sun (N. light coinage. 1653.m. Henry VI.76g.m. m. Henry III. nearly very fine (4) £150-250 Groats (4). Calais. Crown. 2. annulet issue. face weak.1424.1765). N. fine. dark tone.2012). S.3218). class IIIc. Henry VI.000 380 380 (x1.42g.79g.83g. S.m. Series C. crowned bust left. 2.52g. S. rev.

legend divided by six-pointed stars (Murray.1704. lis.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 96 anCient. nearly very fine (4) £300-400 English hammered Groats (3). tentative profile issue and regular profile issue (2). lot 81 WWW. Robert I ‘the Bruce’ (1306-29). good finevery fine.Com Page 96 £5. m. lot 61 (misattributed to James III) Christie’s. centres weak. rev. one plugged.5077). Unicorn.77g. Henry VII. SCBI 35 (Ash. unicorn to left. S. die).ROBERTVS: DEI: GRA:. castle. Halfpenny.99g.5315). Tower mint. no mintmark. good very fine PROVENANCE: Triton XIII. lot 2110 Lucien LaRiviere collection. fourth bust. sixth bust. & Hunt. good fine. third coinage 1544-47. Early class Y(1b). 29 March 2006. nearly very fine. Henry VI. 0. plugged. lis.000 . sunburst with central pellet over cross fleury. +. S. class IIa. crowned bust left. very fine (2) £100-150 English hammered Groats (4). nearly very fine. bust of Henry VII. 815-6 (same obv. London. 1430-31. Henry VII (3). Edward VI in the name of Henry VIII (1547-51) (2). rev.m. first reign. 3. good fine (3) £100-150 COINS OF SCOTLAND 388 388 Scotland. ANGL’ (N.). Canterbury mint. neck crowned.SPinK. m. Henry VIII (1). m.m. pleasing detail to bust. 5-6 January 2010. off-struck on reverse. S. arrow.2195). fine. first coinage. cinquefoil (N. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 385 386 387 Groats (2). long cross. 14 July 1981. James IV (1488-1513).m. mullet in two angles (S. third bust. rosette-mascle. 2. 3.76 g.m. holding shield displaying lion rampant of Scotland. REX SCOTORVM. toned. toned.m.tentative.m.60g. Tower mint. Spink 179. some detail to bust. very rare £400-600 389 389 (x2) x389 Scotland. m.000-7. one pierced .1858). m. cross-crosslet (2). m.1445. a field find. 1509-26. Henry VIII. pheon.

half length wearing ornate armour. Charles I (1625-49). toned.3. extremely fine PROVENANCE: Triton XIII.London 390 390 (x1. lot 2116 97 £8.same dies. rev. third coinage (Briot’s coinage 1637-42). S. PROSVM (B. VT.000 . 5-6 January 2010.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 97 22 & 23 September.000-10. PRASVM.1032 . holding sceptre and orb.92g. small thistle and letter B sideways to left above crown. crowned shield dividing small crowned CR.5531). HIS. 9. Unit.5) x390 Scotland. 2014 . fig. King crowned.

some time cleaned. king on horseback right.09g. VT. Thirty-Shillings. 13.5556). king crowned. good fine £120-150 Scotland. King. 14. 1637-42. rev.SPinK. crowned arms. good fine £150-200 WWW. Charles I (1625-1649). riding left. Scottish arms in first and third quarters (S. thistle. third coinage. rough ground below. half length wearing ornate armour.85g.m. otherwise.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 98 anCient. HIS. Thirty Shillings. rev.000-6. 9. Charles I (1625-49). first coinage 1625-34.Com Page 98 £4. Charles I (1625-49).5541).11g. some time cleaned. m. shield. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 391 391 (x1. stars above crown (S. crowned shield dividing small crowned CR. (S. rev. m. crowned. third coinage (Briot’s coinage.5) 391 Scotland. F below hoof.5531). holding sceptre and orb. extremely fine 392 392 393 393 Scotland.000 . previously mounted. Unit. PRAESVM. Falconer’s second issue with F. PROSIM. 1637-1642). small thistle and letter b sideways to left above crown. thistle.m.

rev. Henry VII (1485-1509).m. rev. however. clearly displays a cinquefoil or pansy by the king’s neck (no central depression evident) as listed in SCBC. Shilling.50g. Shilling. CIVI[TAS] LIMIRICI long cross.73g. edge damages. crowned P to left and crowned M to right (S. three crowns over long cross with pellet terminals. Dublin. cinquefoils by neck. Philip and Mary (1554-58).6414). portcullis on reverse only. pitted on obverse. crowned harp. Edward IV (1461-83).6500). portcullis on reverse only. REX AN[GLIE FRAN]CIE.6376). about fine 99 £150-250 . crown above. fine £100-150 397 397 Ireland. light ‘cross and pellets’ coinage. date below. 8. Limerick. shield over long cross with pellet terminals. early three crowns issue. 1. rosettes replace central pellets in first and fourth quarters (Burns L23 var. busts vis-à-vis.London COINS OF IRELAND 394 395 394 Ireland.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 99 22 & 23 September.96g. D[OM]INVS HYBERNIE (S. 0.6500). 395 Ireland.78. 1555. S.. busts vis-à-vis. m. date below.m. m. 1473-c.29g. The current specimen. 1555. crown above. Groat. very fine for issue and a particularly good example of this rare mint/denomination combination £400-500 Burns lists 6 specimens of his L23 with roses by neck in volume 2 of Irish Hammered Pennies of Edward IV and Richard III. water-worn. off-struck on obverse. nearly very fine £190-220 396 396 Ireland. 2014 . crowned harp. rev. rev. 7. crowned P to left and crowned M to right (S. Penny. Philip and Mary (1554-58).

Groat. rev. crown above dividing date.1. Elizabeth I (1588-1603). mark free and with very little wear. triskelion. Tenth Earl of Derby (1702-36). Stanley crest.m. Halfpenny.86g. crowned harp dividing crowned Es (S. both portraits clear. much brilliance. base coinage of 1558. 2. 1555.m. 2. busts vis-à-vis.6504).6501A). Groat. crown dividing date above. 1 D 1/2 between legs (KM.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 100 anCient. cap plain. Philip and Mary (1554-58). spot of verdigris on obverse. good very fine £200-300 Ireland. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 398 398 399 Ireland. rev. good extremely fine END OF MORNING SESSION WWW. very fine with hints of lustre around the details £200-300 ISLE OF MAN 401 401 Isle of Man. m. weak strike as always but very little sign of circulation. portcullis. good detail for this issue.03g. rev. rose.SPinK. Groat. James Stanley. m.6501). crowned bust left. S.94g. Philip and Mary (1554-58).Com Page 100 £300-400 . Bath metal (bronze). 1733. bust vis-à-vis.3b. REG. second issue. 1556. 3. nearly very fine £150-200 400 400 Ireland. crowned harp dividing crowned P-M (S. crowned harp dividing small crowned P and small crowned M (S.7409). rev.

laureate.000-6.000-2. lot 184 A NEWLY DISCOVERED EDGE VARIETY 404 404 (x1. 1674 VICESIMO QVINTO. marks in fields. Five-Guineas. about very fine. rev. hairlines.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 101 22 & 23 September. four crowned shields cruciform (Schneider -. Five-Guineas. first laureate bust right. first laureate head right. sceptres in angles (Schneider -. MCE 9. this new edge reading will be recorded in the next edition of the Spink Standard Catalogue. lot 24337 Not recorded with regnal year QVINTO on the edge Not recorded in any public or private collection with regnal year QVINTO on the edge (the British Museum example has edge SEXTO) and not listed in any of the reference works.5) x404 Charles II (1660-85). 2 January 2012. rev. rev. four crowned shields cruciform. mark on edge at 11 o’clock on reverse.3226). flan flaw above head. 101 £10. draped bust left.London Afternoon session at 2. S. 1 October 2009.30 p.3328). (Lots 402-628) ENGLISH MILLED COINS 402 402 x403 403 Cromwell. toned. previously in a mount.000 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 200. 1673 VICESIMO QVINTO. possibly unique PROVENANCE: Heritage auction 3016. Crown.500 Charles II (1660-85). crowned arms of the Protectorate. very fine £4.000-15. about very fine £2. edge inscribed (ESC 10. 1658/7.m. S. MCE 8. some brilliance.3328).000 . S. 2014 . extremely rare.

000 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 207. good very fine £5. third bust right. four crowned shields cruciform (Schneider -. Charles II (1660-85).3342). third bust right (ESC PRIMO (ESC 56. lot 502 406 x406 407 Charles II (1660-85). gilded. Guinea. graded XF40 £3. Five-Guineas. marks on edge.3371). 1663.000-1. 23 March 2011.3332). good fine. second laureate. Crowns (2).000-7. haymarking. elephant and castle below. S. draped bust right. sceptres in angles (Schneider -.3358). Shilling. sceptres in angles (MCE 29. cleaned. four crowned shields cruciform. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 405 x405 Charles II (1660-85). sceptres in angles (MCE 61.000 PROVENANCE: SNC. S. S.3358).000-12. MCE 24. brilliance in legend. S. second laureate bust. 1667.000 408 408 409 410 Charles II (1660-85). good very fine £9.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 102 anCient. 1672 S.SPinK. four crowned shields cruciform. rev. rev. fair to fine (2) Page 102 45. Five-Guineas. obverse adjustment marks. in NGC holder. four crowned cruciform shields.3331). rev.200 £120-180 £70-90 . 1682. 1681 TRICESIMO TERTIO.000-5. second laureate head right. MG2157 407 Charles II (1660-85). Five-Guineas. first bust variety right. third laureate head right. some brilliance. S.3331). mark on edge at 6 o’clock. rev. October 2008. reverse better Charles II (1660-85). rev. 1684 TRICESIMO SEXTO. TRICESIMO QVARTO.Com £1. 1679 TRICESIMO VICESIMO QVARTO. interlinked C’s in angles (ESC 1025. S. four crowned shields cruciform. fine WWW. MCE 25.

monogram in angle (ESC 85. conjoined busts right. S. Crown. Britannia seated left. 2014 . cleaned. rev. fine £80-120 103 . toned. first laureate draped bust left. pearls (ESC 511. S. brushed. laureate and draped bust left.3406). second crowned shield. 1675. four crowned shields cruciform. 1683.3437). four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 76. S. 1685 (S. laureate cuirassed bust left. hay marks on both sides. good very fine £300-400 414 413 413 414 415 James II (1685-88). 1862.London 411 411 412 412 Charles II (1660-85). date in exergue (Peck 528. rev. about fine. four crowned shields cruciform. fine £360-420 William and Mary (1688-94).3435). rev. badly scuffed from a mount. 1692/inverted 2 QVINTO. rev. marks on obverse. 7 over 6 in date. monogram in angles (ESC 1523. fine £120-180 416 416 417 418 William and Mary (1688-94). 1693. WM monogram in angles (ESC 1076. good very fine £280-320 Charles II (1660-85). 1686 SECVNDO.3433). S. fine £300-400 James II (1685-88). Victoria. edge marks. very fine £200-250 William and Mary (1688-94). laureate draped bust right. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1072. marks to neck. rev. Halfcrown. Farthing. Shilling. conjoined busts right. S. Shilling.3382). laureate. 1687. four crowned shields cruciform.3394) some lustre. mark to cheek. fine (2) £400-500 James II (1685-88). Crown.3400).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:56 Page 103 22 & 23 September. 1689 PRIMO. S. no frosting. laureate conjoined busts right. Sovereign. scuffed. Sixpence. rev. S. Guinea.3410). weakly struck. rev.

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William III (1694-1702), Five-Guineas, 1699 UNDECIMO, laureate bust right, rev. four
crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, inverted A’s for V’s and inverted N in
TVTAMEN (Schneider 479; MCE 169; S.3454), toned, some marks before face, flan flaws,
mark on edge at 10 o’clock, extremely fine

£7,000-9,000

PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction 12, 5 November 2009, lot 485

421

420

420

421

William III (1694-1702), Two-Guineas, 1701, ‘fine work’, laureate bust right, rev. four
crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles (MCE 173; S.3457), from a mount, cleaned,
about very fine

£2,000-2,500

William III (1694-1702), Guinea, 1698, second laureate head right, rev. four crowned
shields cruciform, large lettering and date (MCE 180; S.3462), edge smoothed at 6 and 12
o’clock, good fine

£800-1,000

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422
422

423

William III (1694-1702), Crown, 1696 OCTAVO, first laureate, draped bust right, rev.
four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 89; S.3470), weakly struck by date, scratch to cheek,
good very fine

£400-500

William III (1694-1702), Halfcrown, 1698 DECIMO, first laureate, draped bust right, rev.
four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 554; S.3494), haymarking, ghosting behind bust,
about extremely fine, toned

£800-1,000

424
424

William III (1694-1702), Halfcrown, 1700 DECIMO TERTIO, first laureate draped bust
right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, edge inverted A for V in DECVS (ESC 563;
S.3494), lightly toned, some marks, edge knock at 4 o’clock on reverse, good very fine, rare

£350-450

425
425 (x1.5)

425

William III (1694-1702), Halfcrown, 1701 DECIMO TERTIO, laureate, draped bust right,
rev. four crowned shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 567; S.3496), edge knock at
11 o’clock, some marks to face, toned, lustrous, good very fine, rare
PROVENANCE:

DNW, 12 June 2013, lot 73
Baldwin, 25 September 2007, lot 428
H.M. Lingford collection, Baldwin, December 1944
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£1,200-1,400

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426

427

William III (1694-1702), Shilling, 1697 Norwich, first draped laureate bust right, N
below, rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1099; S.3501), toned, weakly struck on
hair, marks to face, good very fine, scarce

£180-220

William III (1694-1702), Shilling, 1697, third laureate draped bust right, rev. four
crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1108; S.3505), haymarking both sides, reverse centre
weakly struck, about extremely fine

£300-400

429

428
428

429

430

427

William III (1694-1702), Shilling, 1700, fifth draped bust, rev. four crowned shields
cruciform (ESC 1121; S.3516), extremely fine, lustrous and toned

£300-350

William III (1694-1702), Sixpence, 1697, third laureate draped bust right, rev. four
crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1566; S.3538), extremely fine, lustrous and toned

£200-250

William III (1694-1702), proof Farthing in silver, 1698, laureate cuirassed bust right,
rev. Britannia seated left, date in legend, stop after date, edge plain (Peck 680), edge
flattened at 12 o’clock, cleaned, some marks on obverse, very fine

£300-400

431

431

432

432

William III (1694-1702), proof Farthing in silver, 4.88g, 1698, laureate and cuirassed
bust right, GVLIELMVS TERTIVS, rev. BRITANNIA. 1698., Britannia seated (Peck 680; cf.
S.3558), scratches on obverse, light grey tone, very fine

£100-150

Anne (1702-14), pre-Union, Sixpence, 1703, draped bust left, VIGO below, rev. four
crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1582; S.3590), haymarking on reverse, light scratches to
obverse, tip of the nose flattened, about extremely fine, toned

£200-250

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433

Anne (1702-14), post-Union, Two-Guineas, 1709, draped bust left, rev. four crowned
shields cruciform, sceptres in angles (MCE 205; S.3569), marks on edge at 6 o’clock on
reverse, hairlines, very fine

£1,800-2,200

435
434
434

435

Anne (1702-14), post-Union, Halfcrown, 1709 OCTAVO, draped bust left, rev. four
crowned shields cruciform (ESC 579; S.3604), dark tone, edge split at 10 o’clock on reverse,
hay marking, about extremely fine

£600-800

Anne (1702-14), post Union, Shilling, 1708, third draped bust left, rev. four crowned
shields cruciform (ESC 1147; S.3610), some haymarking, extremely fine, with lustre and
some toning

£350-400

PROVENANCE:

SCMB 1983, no. M0126, £130

436

436

437

438

437

438

Anne (1702-14), post-Union, Shilling, 1708, third draped bust left, rev. four crowned
shields cruciform (ESC 1147; S.3610), scratches to hair, about extremely fine

£250-300

Anne (1702-14), post-Union, Shilling, 1708, third draped bust right, rev. four crowned
shields cruciform, plumes in angles (ESC 1148; S.3611), hairlines, very fine

£250-350

Anne (1702-14), post-Union, Sixpence, 1711, draped bust left, rev. four crowned shields
cruciform (ESC 1596; S.3619), about extremely fine, toned

£150-200

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x439

George I (1714-27), Five-Guineas, 1726 DECIMO TERTIO, laureate, draped bust right,
rev. four crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, inverted N on edge (Schneider
542; MCE 241; S.3626), some brilliance, graffito below 1 in date, very fine

£6,000-8,000

PROVENANCE:

St James’s auction, 5 November 2009, lot 494

440

440

441

441

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1716 SECVNDO, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right,
rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes (ESC 110; S.3639), fair

£180-220

George I (1714-27), Crown, 1726 DECIMO TERTIO, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust
right, rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes (ESC 115; S.3639A), traces
of lustre, about very fine

£700-900

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443
442
442

443

444

George I (1714-27), Halfcrown, 14.98g, 1715 SECVNDO, laureate cuirassed bust right,
rev. four crowned shields cruciform, roses and plumes in angles (ESC.587; S.3642), very
fine, light tone

£500-600

George I (1714-27), Shilling, 1723, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. four
crowned shields cruciform, SSC in angles, C/SS in third quarter (ESC 1176A; S.3647),
about as struck, streaky metal, haymarking, good extremely fine

£300-400

George I (1714-27), Sixpence, 1723, laureate draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. four
crowned shields cruciform, SSC in angles (ESC 1600; S.3652), tiny mark at edge below
bust, extremely fine, toned

£200-250

445
445 (x1.5)
445

George II (1727-60), Guinea, 1739, laureate head left, rev. crowned shield (MCE 315;
S.3676), extremely fine

447

446

446

447

£2,800-3,200

George II (1727-60), Guinea, 1739, intermediate laureate head left, rev. crowned shield
(MCE 315; S.3676), possibly from a mount, scratch to hair, very fine

£1,500-2,000

George II (1727-60), Half-Guinea, 1745, intermediate laureate head left, LIMA below,
rev. crowned shield (MCE 354; S.3684), marks on edge, hairlines, scratch before neck, fine,
very rare

£500-700

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draped and cuirassed bust left. LIMA below. S.200-1. 1743 DECIMO SEPTIMO. Shilling. four crowned shields cruciform.500 George II (1727-60). S.3701). cuirassed and draped bust left. Halfcrown. light haymarking on obverse. tiny mark above point of wreath. about very fine £300-400 451 450 450 451 George II (1727-60).SPinK. lustrous and toned £100-150 WWW. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 110 anCient. extremely fine. old laureate and cuirassed bust left. roses and plumes in angles (ESC 119. a few light marks otherwsie extremely fine. rev. Shilling.3686). good very fine £1. S. 1734 SEPTIMO. S. four crowned shields cruciform. 1746 DECIMO NONO. rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 606.3695A). old laureate draped and cuirassed bust left (ESC 1213. roses in angles (ESC 124. light scratches on obverse. edge knocks and marks to face. good extremely fine.3702). even tone. rev. draped and cuirassed bust left. Crown. old laureate and cuirassed bust left. 1743. Shilling.3688). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 448 448 449 449 George II (1727-60). S. old laureate. old laureate.3703). 1758. rev. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1205. toned £450-550 452 452 453 454 453 George II (1727-60). much lustre under old toning £350-450 George II (1727-60). extremely fine. S. roses in angles (ESC 1202. Crown. roses in angles (ESC 1203. extremely fine with lustre under light toning £450-550 George II (1727-60).3704). LIMA below. Shilling. young laureate and cuirassed bust left. young laureate. four crowned shields cruciform. 1741. four crowned shields cruciform.Com Page 110 454 . 1745. attractive old toning £300-350 George II (1727-60). rev. S.

LIMA below. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1618. scratches below bust. very fine. 1757. four crowned cruciform shields (ESC 606. 1746. Sixpence. rev. Shilling. edge marks and numerous light surface marks. sixth laureate head right. extremely rare £2.000-2. very fine. rev. roses in angles (ESC 1612.3703). fine (3) £100-150 460 460 461 g462 461 462 George III (1760-1820). rev.200 111 . ‘Military’ Guinea. extremely fine. rev.3710A). Halfcrown. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1622. crowned shield (S.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 111 22 & 23 September. old laureate. crowned garnished shield (MCE 369. Sixpence. S. draped and cuirassed bust left. old laureate. digs in fields on reverse. 2014 . 1730. four crowned cruciform shields (ESC 1205. about extremely fine. Sixpence. S. proof Farthing in silver. Sixpence. scratch behind head. attractively toned. four crowned shields cruciform. S. date in exergue. extremely fine £180-220 457 458 458 (x1. toned £50-60 George II (1727-60). from a mount.London 455 455 456 George II (1727-60). good very fine.200-1. S. four crowned cruciform shields (ESC 1618. draped and cuirassed bust left. 1776. draped and cuirassed bust left. issued in the year of American Independence £400-500 George III (1760-1820). good very fine £1.500 George III (1760-1820). second laureate head right.3708). edge plain (Peck 856). LIMA below. 2mm thick flan. young laureate and cuirassed bust left. S. draped and cuirassed bust left. S. young laureate. old laureate.3730). lightly toned £150-200 George II (1727-60).3695A). Guinea. 1813. about extremely fine.5) 457 458 459 George II (1727-60). rev. cleaned. crowned shield within Garter Ribbon (MCE 404. draped and cuirassed bust left. 1745. rev. rev.3710A). reflective surfaces.500 George II (1727-60). rev. draped and cuirassed bust left.3726). 1764. old laureate. 1746 DECIMO NONO. 1739. rev. from a mount.3711). LIMA below. laureate bust right. Guinea. 1746. good very fine £2. Britannia seated left.000-2. S.3728). rev. old laureate. edge split at 9 o’clock. possibly from a mount. haymarking. possibly from a mount. S. LIMA below.

S. ‘Northumberland’ Shilling. laureate head right. extremely fine £700-900 George III (1760-1820). plain edge (WR 125 . crowned shield (MCE 411. light marks on reverse. the rare variety with a clear upside down 1 in the date £120-150 WWW. 1763. 1787.200-1. rev. rev.400 465 465 (x1. otherwise brilliant mint state.R4). draped and cuirassed bust right. very rare £4. rev. S. 1762.Com Page 112 £380-420 . laureate head right. very light haymarking. pattern Half-Guinea. crowned shield. four crowned shields cruciform (ESC 1214.3746). 1 over inverted 1. Quarter-Guinea. rev. four crowned shields cruciform. laureate. S.000-5. extremely fine £1. S. some brilliance.3741).000 464 464 (x1. light surface marks.3742). Half-Guinea. 1769.3732). Shilling. 1762. cleaned but extremely fine. with semée of hearts (ESC 1225A. extremely fine 467 466 466 467 George III (1760-1820). by Richard Yeo.5) 463 George III (1760-1820).5) 465 George III (1760-1820). old cabinet tone. rev. light marks to cheek.5) 464 George III (1760-1820). crowned shield (MCE 463.SPinK. second laureate head right.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 112 anCient. young laureate and draped bust right. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 463 463 (x1.

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469
468
468

469

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, 1787 no semée of hearts (ESC 1216; S.3743),
Sixpences (2), 1787 no semée of hearts (ESC 1626; S.3748), 1787 semée of hearts (ESC
1629; S.3749), some haymarks, generally extremely fine to good extremely fine (3)

£120-180

George III (1760-1820), Fourpence, 1763 (ESC 1908; S.3750), Threepence, 1763
(ESC 2034; S.3753), Twopence, 1772 (ESC 2241; S.3756), Penny, 1772 (ESC 2356;
S.3759), some haymarking, extremely fine to good extremely fine (4)

£120-150

471

470
470

471

George III (1760-1820), emergency issue, Dollar, oval countermark on Mexico, Charles
IV, 8-Reales, 1795 (ESC 129; S.3765A), good very fine

£300-400

George III (1760-1820), Bank Token Three Shillings, 1812, laureate, draped and
cuirassed bust right, leaf to end of E, rev. value in wreath with twenty-seven acorns (D.50;
ESC 415; S.3769), some lustre, extremely fine

£150-200

473

472
472

473

George III (1760-1820), Bank Token Three Shillings, 1814, laureate head right, rev.
value in wreath (ESC 422; S.3770), some lustre, extremely fine

£200-250

George III (1760-1820), Bank Token Eighteenpence, 1811, laureate, draped and
cuirassed bust right, rev. value in wreath (ESC 969; S.3771), lustrous, extremely fine

£150-200

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475

474
474

g475

g476

George III (1760-1820), Bank Token Eighteenpence, 1812, laureate head right, rev.
value in wreath (ESC 972; S.3772), good extremely fine, lightly toned

£150-200

George III (1760-1820), Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. St George and
dragon (Marsh 1; S.3785), in NGC holder graded MS62

£1,000-1,500

George III (1760-1820), Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. St George and
dragon within garter (Marsh 1; S.3785), toned, edge knocks, extremely fine

£1,000-1,500

477
g477

g478

476

478

George III (1760-1820), Sovereign, 1818, laureate head right, ascending colon, space
between REX and F:D:, rev. St George and dragon (Marsh 2A; S.3785A), in NGC holder
graded AU58, scarce

£1,800-2,200

George III (1760-1820), Sovereign, 1820, closed 2, laureate head right, rev. St George
and dragon (Marsh 4; S.3785C), edge knocks, fine

£300-400

480
479

479

480

George III (1760-1820), Crown, 1819 LIX, laureate head right, rev. St George and
dragon (ESC 215; S.3787), much brilliance, toned, scratches to neck, a few digs in fields,
about extremely fine

£180-220

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, 1818, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield within
Garter ribbon (ESC 1234; S.3790), in CGS UK holder graded UNC82

£250-300

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481

481

482

483

482

George III (1760-1820), Shillings (2), 1817 (ESC 1232; S.3790), in CGS UK holder
graded AU78, 1820, 8 over small 8 (ESC-; S.3790), in CGS UK holder graded EF70 (2)

£150-200

George III (1760-1820), Halfcrown, 1819 (ESC 623; S.3789), toned, very fine or better,
Shillings (2), 1816, 1817 (ESC 1228, 1232; S.3790), toned, extremely fine, Sixpence,
1818 (ESC 1634; S.3791), toned, extremely fine (4)

£180-220

George III (1760-1820), Shilling, Sixpence, both 1816, laureate head right, rev.
crowned shield within Garter ribbon (ESC 1228, 1630; S.3790, 3791), extremely fine (2)

£130-160

485

484
g484

g485

George IV (1820-30), Two-Pounds, 1823, bare head left, rev. St George and dragon
(MCE 470; S.3798), rubbed, scratches in fields, good very fine

£800-1,000

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1821, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon
(Marsh 5; S.3800), marks on edge, scratch below tail, about extremely fine

£700-900

486
g486

g487

487

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1822, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon
(Marsh 6; S.3800), some brilliance, good very fine

£500-600

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1823, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon
(Marsh 7; S.3800), cleaned, about very fine, rare

£700-900

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488
g488

489

g490

489

490

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1825, laureate head left, rev. St George and dragon
(Marsh 9; S.3800), some brilliance, marks on edge and on king’s face, about very fine, rare

£1,200-1,800

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1825, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished shield
(Marsh 10; S.3801), edge knock at 4 o’clock, very fine

£450-550

George IV (1820-30), proof Sovereign, 1826, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished
shield (W&R 237; S.3801), in NGC holder graded PF63 CAMEO

£3,500-4,500

491

491 (x2)
g491

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1828, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished shield
(Marsh 13; S.3801), in PCGS holder graded AU53, very rare

492
g492

g493

493

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1829, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished shield
(Marsh 14; S.3801), hairlines, about extremely fine

£800-1,200

George IV (1820-30), Sovereign, 1830, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished shield
(Marsh 15; S.3801), previously cleaned, marks on obverse, extremely fine

£800-1,000

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495

494
494

495

George IV (1820-30), Crown, 1821 SECUNDO, laureate head left, rev. St George and
dragon (ESC 246; S.3805), previously cleaned and toned, some digs, small punchhole below
the tail, good very fine

£220-280

George IV (1820-30), Halfcrown, 1820, laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished
shield, emblems around (ESC 628; S.3807), some marks on King’s neck, extremely fine

£200-300

496
496
497

497

George IV (1820-30), proof Halfcrown, 1821, laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished
shield, emblems around (ESC 632; S.3807), toned, good extremely fine

£1,000-1,500

George IV (1820-30), proof Halfcrown 1826, head left, rev. crowned garnished shield
(ESC 647; S.3809), flan flaw behind head, toned, about as struck

£700-900

498
498

499

499

George IV (1820-1830), Shilling, 1826, bare head left, rev. lion on crown (ESC 1257;
S.3812), some very light surface marks otherwise good extremely fine, some lustre and light
toning

£100-150

George IV (1820-30), Sixpence, 1825, laureate head left, rev. crowned shield within
Garter ribbon (ESC 1659; S.3814), good extremely fine

£100-150

501

500
g500
501

William IV (1830-37), Sovereign, 1837, second head right, rev. crowned garnished
shield (Marsh 21; S.3829B), in NGC holder graded AU58

£1,000-1,200

William IV (1830-37), Shilling, 1836, head right, rev. value within wreath (ESC 1273;
S.3835), in CGS UK holder graded EF60

£150-200

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Com Page 118 £1. hairlines. S. rev. 1841. crowned bust left.3883). rev. rev. first young head left. Shilling. extremely rare £8. young head left. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 502 502 (x2) g502 Victoria (1837-1901).3852). value within wreath (ESC 1283. second young head left. Shilling. S.000 503 503 Victoria (1837-1901).000-10. emblems in angles (ESC 288. value within wreath (ESC 1278. S. ‘Gothic’ Crown.500 . 1847.000-1. 1839.3902). unbarred A’s in GRATIA. rev. in CGS UK holder graded AU75 £250-350 Victoria (1837-1901).3904). good very fine 504 504 505 505 Victoria (1837-1901). S. Sovereign. UNDECIMO. light edge bruises. good very fine. four crowned shields cruciform.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 118 anCient. 1838. crowned shield within wreath (Marsh 24. in CGS UK holder graded AU78 £200-300 WWW.SPinK.

rev. fourth head left. old veiled bust left.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 119 22 & 23 September. toned. S. crowned shield (ESC 735. old head left. value within wreath.3906A). rev.3943). good very fine to good extremely fine (4) £180-220 Victoria (1837-1901). old head. 1880. 2014 . rev.3954).3938). 1862. good extremely fine 119 £120-150 . 1893 (2). this with a few scuffs (4) £100-130 513 513 Victoria (1837-1901).London 506 506 507 507 Victoria (1837-1901). S. 1898. rev. some toned. third head left. in old case labelled MAUNDY COIN 1895. 1901. proof Halfcrown. 1893 (2). rev. Halfcrown. S. dies 6+G. in CGS UK holder graded AU75 £150-200 Victoria (1837-1901).39. extremely fine. 732. Halfcrowns (4). few carbon spots. S.3938). 1893 (S.3938). ‘bun’ head Penny. in CGS UK holder graded UNC82 £100-150 Victoria (1837-1901).3938). in CGS UK holder graded UNC82 £300-400 Victoria (1837-1901). S. Halfcrowns (4). 1900 (ESC 726. crowned shield (ESC 727. die number 54 (ESC 1326. F. 1874. old head. 734. old head. good extremely fine (4) £220-280 Victoria (1837-1901). some brilliance. some with brilliance. S. Shilling. Britannia seated right (Peck 1653. Shilling. Maundy set. 732. S. 1893. 1898 (ESC 726. value in wreath (ESC 1335. good extremely fine £120-150 508 508 509 510 511 512 509 Victoria (1837-1901). 730.3907). 1896.

S. rev. rev. rev. very rare £150-200 Victoria (1837-1901).306.290A. 6 over 8 in date. good extremely fine. S. extremely rare £500-700 517 517 518 518 Victoria (1837-1901). ‘bun’ head Halfpenny. very rare £200-300 Victoria (1837-1901). 1861. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS A COLLECTION OF HALFPENNIES . die letter A to left of lighthouse. good fine. ‘bun’ head Halfpenny. touches the lighthouse (F. ‘bun’ head Halfpenny. S.3956). very fine. 1862. ‘bun’ head Halfpenny. Britannia seated right. S.THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN 514 514 515 516 515 Victoria (1837-1901). S.3956). ‘bun’ head Halfpenny.3956). rev. marks to face. S. some spots of verdigris. dies 7+F.288. very fine. 1862. 1862. 5.3956).3956). 1868. rare £300-500 WWW.288A. proof ‘bun’ head Halfpenny. die letter C to left of lighthouse (F. Britannia seated right. dies 7+E. rev. dies 7+G (F. very fine. dies 7+G. 1862. die letter A to left of lighthouse.Com Page 120 516 . about fine. dies 7+G.304. dies 7+G (F.SPinK. rev. very rare £150-200 Victoria (1837-1901). rev. extremely rare £400-600 Victoria (1837-1901). Britannia seated right. Peck 1794). ‘bun’ head Halfpenny. cleaned. Britannia seated right. Britannia seated right.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 120 anCient.60g.3956).282A. dies 7+G (F. raised dot to right of lighthouse (F. in cupro-nickel. very rare £400-600 519 519 520 520 Victoria (1837-1901). die letter B to left of lightouse (F. some lustre. Britannia seated right. touches linear circle. fine.290A. Britannia seated right. 1869.

unrecorded die pairings. 352. 1886 dies 17+S. 307. 279. door on lighthouse. 356. 1896 (2) dies 1+A. H touches linear circle. unrecorded die pairings. 315. 2014 . 1865 dies 7+G. H touches date. 1874 dies 9+J. 1879 dies 15+O (2). 359. 3957). 338. 1884 dies 17+S. 1867 dies 7+G. 339. 296. 312. 318. generally fair to about uncirculated (13) £120-180 Victoria (1837-1901). rev. S. S. 364. one with thicker legend and date. some with lustre. 1862 dies 7+G. ‘bun’ head Halfpennies (16). 1874 dies 9+I. 1860 dies 2+B*. 351. 1860 dies 4+B. rotated dies. 348. 1881H dies 16+Q. S. S. 1890 dies 17+S. with a Brockage obverse 7 and a Halfpenny imitation by Lauer. ‘bun’ head Halfpennies (17). some lustrous. ‘bun’ head Halfpennies (14). 1898. 1877 dies 14+J. large upper section to 3. first 1 in date over struck and touches groundline. LCW incuse on rocks. 326. Britannia seated right (F. 1878 dies 15+N. 316. 1887 17+S. 1879 dies 14+O. 273. 366.258. 349.3956. 274. dies 7+G. 1860 beaded border dies 1+A (2). wide date. 278. 354. 332.3956). 1883 dies 15+S.3956. some lustrous. 1877 dies 13+J. 1860 dies 4+C. fair to good extremely fine (14) £180-220 Victoria (1837-1901).270. 1885 17+S. 1861 dies 6+E. 3957). rest generally good very fine to about uncirculated (16) £150-200 Victoria (1837-1901). 1892 flan flaw on reverse rev. 1861 dies 4+E. 1874 H dies 12+J. 1860 dies 2+C. 1882H dies 19+S. some with carbon spots and finger print. 1860 dies 4+B. 1893 dies 17+S. 309. 358. 1+B. F of F:D over an E. 1873 dies 7+I. door on lighthouse. 276. 1860 dies 3+B*. 16 leaves. some with carbon spots. narrow date. 292. S. 330. 158 border teeth unrecorded by Freeman. 1881 dies 15+O* unrecorded die pairing. 1894 dies 17+S. 1861 dies 5+G. 369. 1860 toothed border dies 2+B (2). 311. ‘bun’ head Halfpennies (20). 1878 15+O. S. Britannia seated right (F.3962). one with L of HALF misstruck. 1874 dies 8+J. 261. 1891 dies 17+S. carbon spots. 1860 beaded border dies 1*+A. 1861 dies 7+F no hemline to drapery. some with lustre and with carbon spots. obverse prooflike. 1875 dies 11+L. ‘bun’ head Halfpennies (13). and G in REG double struck rev. D:G. 1870 dies 7+G. 310.289. 1875 H dies 13+K*. 1871 dies 7+G. 1865 dies 7+G.344. 1901. one 1860. 1883 poor. 1863 dies 7+G. 344. some with carbon spots. 1897 (2) dies 1+B and 1+C. 155 teeth border. some with carbon spots.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 121 22 & 23 September. 294. 1874 H dies 10+J. 1880 dies 15+P.370-378. rev. rev. 1861 dies 7+D. misaligned date. 158 border teeth. 1863 dies 7+G. rock left to lighthouse. 1895. 300. Britannia seated right (F. 1861 dies 4+G. 1889 dies 17+S (2). 260A. 1883 dies 19+S. 1881 H dies 16+Q. 1874 dies 9+K wide date. LCW incuse on rocks. 1872 dies 7+G. door on lighthouse.3956). 1868 dies 7+G. 337. 1862 dies 7+G.297. 1878 dies 14+O. 1888 dies 17+S. 1876 H dies 14+M (2). 1861 dies 5+E. small upper section to 3. some carbon spots and fingerprint. 1881 dies 15+O. good very fine to about uncirculated (11) £150-250 Victoria (1837-1901). 334.London 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 Victoria (1837-1901). 275. 1875 dies 11+J (2). door on lighthouse. 1860 dies 3+B. 1892 dies 17+S. 1873 dies 7+G. 265. 264. door on lighthouse. some with lustre.3956). 267. some lustrous. 1876H dies 13+K*. old head Halfpennies (9). unrecorded by Freeman. one with unbarred H. 1863. rev. narrow date. Britannia seated right (F. S. 325. 329. rose for brooch. 328. 1876 H dies 13+M. 347. 1861 dies 4+G. 368. LCW incuse on rocks. 1874 dies 7+J. 282. 1875 dies 12+J. 342. 3957). 266. 1861 dies 6+G. 340. Britannia seated right (F. 298. hemline to drapery (2). 1866 dies 7+G. some weakness in the legend and leaning I of date. ‘bun’ head Halfpennies (11). 1864 dies 7+G. no rock left to lighthouse. Britannia seated right (F. 321. 1900. good extremely fine to about uncirculated (9) £80-120 121 . 360. 335. 1861 dies 6+E. 362. older features. 303. 323. fine to good extremely fine (17) £150-200 Victoria (1837-1901). 1899. 1883 dies 17+S.3956. 333. 308. 1877 dies 14+N. rev. 277. Britannia seated right (F. unrecorded die pairing. some lustrous. 5 over 3. 1876 H dies 14+K*. 295. generally about fine to good extremely fine (20) £180-220 Victoria (1837-1901). 1861 dies 7+G.

S. 1893. 1887 (ESC 719. 1889 (ESC 722. good extremely fine.3924) about extremely fine. Jubilee bust Shilling. dies 3+B (F. S. Sixpences (3). Florin 1887 (ESC 868. S.3929). toned. Halfcrown.SPinK. Halfcrown. S. 1369. Jubilee bust (ESC 1754. Halfpenny.3921)in CGS UK holder graded EF70. 1906. toned. 1889 (ESC 299. St George and dragon (ESC 362. Shillings (2). 1902.3926).3912). 1891.3928). lustrous. S. S. 1887 ‘withdrawn’ type (ESC 1752. 1878. 1771. S. small Jubilee bust left (ESC 1351. S. extremely fine or better. young head. S. resine residue. rare £100-150 Edward VII (1901-10). Florin. 1908. S. 1897. Double Florins (3).3924). generally extremely fine (7) £180-220 Victoria (1837-1901).3906A). 1887. young head (ESC 1750. 1887 Arabic. S.3889).3927).3991). Halfpennies (11). dies 1+A (F. 1897 (ESC 881. in CGS UK holder graded UNC85 (3) £150-200 Victoria (1837-1901). 1887 (ESC 717. Britannia seated right. 1909. S. 1904. S. 1929. 1918. 1914. Britannia seated right.3940A). 1905. Jubilee head. some with carbon spots or finger print. Jubilee bust Crown. S. extremely fine. Shillings (3). 1769. 1887. generally good extremely fine to uncirculated (9) £150-250 George V (1910-36). extremely fine. very fine (6) £220-320 Victoria (1837-1901). S. in CGS UK holder graded AU75.3938. 1770. old head.3912). toned WWW. S. 1903. S. extremely fine or better. good extremely fine to about uncirculated (11) £80-120 Victoria (1837-1901).390-398.3925) cleaned. 1917. rev.4056). S. rev.4058). extremely fine to good extremely fine (5) £150-200 Victoria (1837-1901). 1887 Arabic 1. dies 1+A (F. 1887. 1916. some with carbon spots. S. S. large Jubilee bust left (ESC 1358.3923). S. 1911 (2). S. 1900 (ESC 1361A. dies 1+B (F. low tide. rev. 1902.3979). 1893 small lettering. 399. rev.3926). 3941).380. 1907. 1910. 1369. 1915. 1912. 1919. green deposit on reverse. 1366. S. Sixpences (3). some toned. 3940A.3939). Halfcrown. green spot on reverse. Sixpence.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 122 anCient. bare head right. die number 56 (ESC 1330. some with brilliance. 1887 (ESC 1750. 1887 (ESC 1351. Sixpence. 1901 (ESC 1762. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 528 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 Edward VII (1901-10).412. Halfpennies (9). matt proof Crown.3941). Britannia seated right. extremely fine to good extremely fine. Shilling. lustrous. 1902.3926).3991A). all 1900 (ESC 734. 1890 (ESC 394. all extremely fine. head right.381-389. Jubilee bust Halfcrown. 1887 Roman I. extremely fine (3) £250-300 Victoria (1837-1901). toned (3) £120-150 537 537 Edward VII (1901-10). very fine Shilling 1887 (ESC 1351. 1913.Com Page 122 £100-150 . 1899. 395. good extremely fine. S. generally with lustre. Shilling.

St George and dragon (Marsh 264. extremely fine (2) £80-100 541 543 542 g541 g542 543 George V (1910-36). head left. S. head left. 1910. S.3983). 1902. crown within wreath (ESC 368. in CGS UK holder graded EF70 £250-300 George V (1910-36). in CGS UK holder graded EF70 £200-250 George V (1910-36). good very fine. raised letters (ESC 378.3982). weakly struck on crown. about extremely fine (3) £120-180 Edward VII (1901-10). toned. Sovereign. 1902 (ESC 1410. extremely fine £100-150 545 544 544 545 George V (1910-36). in CGS UK holder graded UNC82 £300-400 George V (1910-36). 2014 . 1918. S. in CGS UK holder graded UNC82.3998). rev. 1909 (ESC 1418. 1928. S. about extremely fine. S. proof Wreath Crown. rev. wreath Crown. good extremely fine. head left. St George and dragon.3982).4001). S. 1925.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 123 22 & 23 September. S.4036). Shilling. edge. hairlines.4050). rev. Bombay.3982). value in wreath (ESC 1785. head left. rev. rev. 1935. Perth. 1927. S. 1907 (ESC 1416. proof Jubilee Crown. crown in wreath (ESC 367. S. rev. toned £300-400 123 .3980). crowned shield (ESC.London 538 538 539 540 Edward VII (1901-1910). Sovereign. Sixpence. rev. bare head right.4036). lion on crown (ESC 1419.748.3982). S. Shillings (3). bare head right. rev. good very fine £600-800 Edward VII (1901-10). 1903. S. Halfcrown. St George and dragon (Marsh 228. bare head right.

head left.4136). rev. 1937. S. extremely fine. 1936. rare £300-500 WWW. head left.4076). 1951. rev. crown within wreath (S. bare head left. rev. VIP proof Crown. VIP proof Crown. S. 1953. queen on horseback. edge with thin neat lettering (ESC 393D . VIP proof Crown. S. light marks in fields on obverse. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 124 anCient.4036). rev.500 George VI (1936-52). St George and dragon.4111).200-1.R4. wreath Crown. S. head left. about uncirculated £1. extremely fine £300-400 Elizabeth II (1952-). devices frosted (ESC 393H . Halfcrown. 1911. 1951. extremely fine. St George and dragon (S. handling marks. bare head left.R3. St George and dragon (ESC 393D.4011). four shields around crown.Com Page 124 . rev.4111). in CGS UK holder graded UNC82 £120-180 548 549 g548 549 George VI (1936-52). crowned shield (ESC 757. very rare £300-500 550 550 551 551 George VI (1936-52). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 547 546 546 547 George V (1910-36).SPinK. proof Sovereign. good very fine £250-300 George V (1910-36).

Two-Pounds.000-4.000 . gold Five-Pounds.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 125 22 & 23 September. Crown to Maundy (S.London PROOF AND SPECIMEN SETS 552 552 Edward VII (1901-10). silver. small spot on the Shilling. proof set 1902. in case of issue (13) 125 £3.PS9). Sovereign.. otherwise all as struck. Half-Sovereign. 2014 . a few very light hairlines on the gold.

proof set.500-4. gold Five-Pounds.Com Page 126 £3. Sovereign. Sovereign. light stains on HalfSovereign. gold Five-Pounds. St George and dragon (S. Half-Sovereign. head left. otherwise as struck. in case of issue (4) WWW. Half-Sovereign.500-4. in case of issue (4) £3. rev. a few light marks. 1937. a few light marks. Two-Pounds.PS15).000 . 1937. rev. Two-Pounds.000 554 g554 George VI (1936-52).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 126 anCient. head left.SPinK.PS15). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 553 g553 George VI (1936-52). proof set. light stains on FivePounds. Sovereign. otherwise as struck. St George and dragon (S.

1913. Elizabeth II. Farthings (2). and 1914 (3). S. Shilling. George V. generally mint state. 1951. S. S. 1899 (Peck 1945. good very fine (4) £250-350 George III. 1711. 1800. Two-Pounds. S. 1737 roses and plumes (ESC 1200.3729. rare. 1872 die 23. toned. fine. 1893 (ESC 1361. Halfcrown. 1912 (S. 1902. some toning on the first and handling marks on the second. very fine. S. 1950.3981). polished. 2014 . 1697 third bust. George I. Crown to Farthing (S. polished. Half-Sovereign. black mark to left of O in legend on oberse. fifth laureate head.3900). Anne Shilling. Sixpences (2). 1887.4006).T5). first scuffed. dig to chin. Threepence.PS18). 1787 semée of hearts. some finger marks. Half-Sovereign. Twopence. George V. 1902 (KM. old head Penny. 1905. 1758. very light toning. good very fine (4) £180-240 Edward VII (1901-1910). 1816.3940) in CGS UK holder graded EF70. good very fine. proof sets (2). 1914 (Marsh 216. in CGS UK holder graded EF70. generally fine to about extremely fine £200-300 127 . and Pennies (2).PS 17. 1887 (Marsh 478. 1794. 1723 roses and plumes. 1900. Sixpences (21). 1887. old head Shilling. George II. George IV. S. S. 1884 (ESC 860. Crown to Farthing (S. good . 1723 SSC. 19). toned. Shilling. 1953 (S. otherwise about mint state. 1697 C. 1910 (Marsh 182. Edward VII (1901-10). average extremely fine to uncirculated (25) £200-250 Miscellaneous gold coins (3). George III.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 127 22 & 23 September. 1723 SSC (ESC1176. good very fine. Shillings (3). Victoria. in cases of issue (3 sets) £200-250 William III. S. 1826. Guinea.3869).3618). Sixpences (3). 1798. all from mounts. very fine. 1836. proof set 1937. Half-Sovereign. 1914 (Marsh 529. very fine. gothic Florin.London 555 556 557 558 559 g560 561 562 563 564 565 George VI (1936-52). S. S.3996). Trade Dollar. cleaned.PS19). proof set 1951.3860). Crown to Farthing including Maundy (S. Shilling. 1825 laureate head. 1834 (Peck 1471). fine to very fine (11) £200-250 Shillings (12). Guinea.3647). 1753. 4006). Sovereign. 1870. Elizabeth II. very fine. Victoria (1837-1901). in cases of issue (3 sets) £250-350 George VI (1936-52).PS16). fine (4) £400-500 Victoria. 1700 (ESC 1121. Shilling. proof set. Sovereign. good extremely fine (4) £120-180 Victoria (1837-1901). fourth bust (ESC 1158. good very fine. 1723 SSC. Shilling. 1823.3961). 1913 (8). in CGS UK holder graded AU75.3700). 1745 LIMA.fine (3) £700-800 Miscellaneous silver coins (11). George V (1910-36). edge knocks. Florin. 18. about extremely fine and extremely fine (2) £300-400 William IV (1830-37). Two-Pounds. 1911 (10). S. 1671. S. 1689. Edward VII. all 1910. proof set 1953. 1904 (ESC 922. die number 40 (S. 1746 LIMA (2).3969) about fine. 1836 (Peck 1474). Half-Sovereign.3516).

SPinK. 564. Roettier. 1645. CHRIST. John Milton. ECCLE.71g.254. Roettier. ET. silver medal by J. bronze medal by Dassier. HIB. very fine. struck c. ANGLI. 315/147). copper medal. 49mm. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS BRITISH COMMEMORATIVE MEDALS 566 566 Henry VIII. MI i. 229). 1690).162a. 42mm. FRANCI. 63. ANGLIAE. unsigned and undated (by one of the roettiers c. HIBE SVB.145. MI i. FIDEI. Memorial.ET. bust right wearing a cap and draped. MI i. suspension loop at 12 o’clock. edge knocks. OCTA. as Regent. 1545. Mary. Supreme Head of the Church of England. dig on King’s cheek. IN. SVPREMVM. good very fine £600-800 Charles I. view of London (E. inscriptions in Hebrew and Greek. copper medal by J.1740. an infant angel carrying the mitre and crozier of the Archbishop towards heaven. about extremely fine. 19th century silver medal. MI i. CAPVT. bust right in academical cap and gown. 200). followed by two others carrying the crown and sceptre of Charles I.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 128 anCient. HENRICVS. rev. (E. rev. rare £600-800 567 567 568 Charles I. ET. H E above and LONDINI 1545 below (Eimer 26b). TERR. extremely fine (3) £100-120 WWW.320. 50mm. 704. DEFENSOR. Execution of Archbishop Laud. edge knocks. 346.Com Page 128 . REX. 111). (E. good very fine. (E.

otherwise toned. laureate. about extremely fine 129 £600-800 . rev. Roettier. MI ii 192/499).. RESTITVTORI. 1670. 42mm. The State of Britain.London 569 569 Charles II British Colonization. Croker. silver medal by J.245. rev. 69mm (E. copper medal by J. draped and armoured bust right. 36. 2014 .Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 129 22 & 23 September. good very fine £600-800 570 570 William III. Britannia seated by shield.09g (E. 1697.372. conjoined busts right. holding trident. MI 546/203). some marks. a terrestrial globe. BRITANNIA MDCXCVII in ex. light scratches and a couple of edge knocks.

425. 228/4. unsigned (by J Croker).510.510. S. 34mm. bust left. silver medal by J. Coronation of Caroline. 35mm (E. good very fine. very fine £80-100 576 576 George II.512.12).800 Anne. at base. Croker. 1702. rev. Croker. by S.B.500-1. PER. draped bust left.C.. crowned shield with supporters. Wollaston 10).Com Page 130 £180-220 . the King enthroned. unsigned (by J Croker). Croker. Coronation. hairlines. MI ii. 1727. signed IC below. silver medal by J. scratches to face. XI OCTOB. MI ii 479/4). extremely fine WWW. fine. 34mm (E.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 130 anCient. George II. 111). 34mm (E.390. Pallas hurling thunderbolts at a monster (E. silver medal. gold medal. Croker. 1702. 296. extremely fine. on truncation.SPinK. POPULOS. scuffed on both sides. good very fine £150-200 Anne. Britannia standing holding olive branch. 34mm (E. 1807. bust left.470. crowned by Britannia VOLENTES. rev. W. Peace of Utrecht. laureate. Croker. MI ii 479/4. Croker.390. rev. MDCCXXVII (E. rev. silver medal by J. signed . MI ii 480/8). MI ii. small scratches below bust.390. MI ii 228/4).I. Coronation.460. very fine (4) £500-700 574 x574 x575 Anne. 257). Pallas hurling thunderbolts at a monster (E. Coronation 1714. 228/4. spear and shield (E. (E. hairlines. Coronation. silver medal by J. silver medal by J. draped bust left. 1713. cleaned. by J. silver medal by J. marks on both sides. MI ii. 1727. Bull. silver medal. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 571 571 572 573 Anne. MI ii. marks to face. with later shagreen case £1. very fine George I. exergue CORON. extremely fine £100-120 Anne. Union of England and Scotland. Croker. Coronation. MI ii 424/9). 1702. rev. toned. Wollaston 10). 400. scuffed. Coronation 1727. draped and cuirassed bust left.

damascened bronze medal 1731. Mars seated before a monument. 41mm. 3). armoured bust right. toned. 41mm.5. Hamerani. MI. some marks in fields. 1719.12). 2014 . MI i. Marriage of James (III) to Princess Clementina.510. hairlines. Coronation. 48mm. MI ii 479/4. draped bust left (E. silver medal by J. extremely fine £200-250 Henry II. good very fine 578 578 579 £500-600 579 George II. silver medal by O. draped armoured bust right. W. MI 446/52).485. XI OCTOB. (E. damascened bronze medal 1731. crowned by Britannia VOLENTES. helmeted and cuirassed bust three-quarters right.London 577 577 George I. rev. rev. POPULOS. (E. rare £300-400 580 580 Richard II.3).. laureate. by Jean Dassier. MDCCXXVII (E. by Jean Dassier. PER. rev. rev. i. toned. draped and cuirassed bust left. Croker.6. exergue CORON. the King enthroned. Fame above a monument. 1727. extremely fine.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 131 22 & 23 September. rare 131 £300-400 . extremely fine.

i. 41mm. legend. Speaker of the Irish Parliament places cap of Liberty on the head of Hibernia. rev. extremely fine. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 581 581 582 583 584 Edward III. 3). bronze medal by Thomas Pingo. bronze medal by L. Dassier’s Kings and Queens of England. extremely fine £100-150 George II. 698. 55mm. 428. Majority of the Prince of Wales.Com Page 132 £200-300 . rev. (E. cuirassed bust left. (E. bust of Frederick Prince of Wales right. classical style temple. by Jean Dassier.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 132 anCient.12. (MI 673/385). dancers round an oak tree in the distance. bronze medals (35). 1753. lions at her feet. varying in quality. Tellus seated. MI. Free British Fishery Society. MI ii. with the additional memorial medal of George II (Eimer 526). most very fine and better (35) £600-800 George II. rare WWW.629. 659. 1759. 40mm. bronze medal.666. scarce £60-80 George II. Irish Revenue Surplus Dispute. MI ii. fishermen landing their catch. 1750. Koch. helmeted and cuirassed bust left.SPinK. small mark on reverse edge at 6 o’clock. TELLVS IACTABIT ALVMNO. 44mm. (E. a complete run of the set of thirty four medals produced in 1731. rev. Pingo 13). gilt bronze medal 1731. extremely fine. otherwise extremely fine. 365). rare £60-80 585 585 George II. rev.

laureate and armoured bust right. Pollard 9). scarce £150-200 George III. rev. 44mm. OVANTI (BHM 23. rev. by L. 35mm. by C.. 38mm. toned around the legend. 48mm. PATRIAE. Britannia seated amid trophies of arms (BHM 458). George III Preserved from Assasination 1800. busts right. draped and cuirassed Baroque bust left. 1761. very rare £600-800 George III. TELLVS JACTABIT ALVMNO. 999). by Webb (BHM 199. REGE INCOLUMI POPULUS LAETUS above (BHM 482). signed on truncation. (BHM 1. Preserved from Assasination 1800 (2). good very fine. bronze medal by C.. SOHO below. 486. Tellus seated left. two lions at her feet.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 133 22 & 23 September. 41mm. Brithday of Queen Charlotte. 38mm. cuirassed bust left. 55mm. extremely fine £350-400 588 589 588 589 590 591 George III.. 1795. (BHM 392. silver medal by T. 2014 .. Küchler. (BHM 389.. rev. and Death of George III 1820. by Hancock and Kempson. E. Marriage of George Prince of Wales to Princess Caroline of Brunswick. bronze medals (3). Natter. 1760. cleaned. Eye of Providence over altar. 1795.865. Hymen standing by two oval shields.. PERSPECIT ET PROTEGIT above (BHM 484). Küchler. cuirassed bust left. Küchler. Coronation. FROGMORE DIE XIX MAII MDCCXCV above branches of oak. E. 41mm. by Mossop. Pollard 10). silver medal. E. Eye of Providence over altar. rev. H. rev. King enthroned left. first with one or two light marks. extremely fine £150-200 George III. Accession. E. bust left. 526. Victories of the Year 1798. view of the city of London in the distance. rev. rev.682). very fine and better (5) £120-160 George III. otherwise both extremely fine (32) £120-160 133 .London 586 586 587 George III. Matthew Boulton 1809. edge knocks.694). Union of England and Ireland 1801. bronze medals (5). William Deane. by the Soho Mint. all 48mm. extremely fine.864. 34mm. by Kempson. H.H. four girls dancing round a tree in the distance. silver medal by C. crowned by Britannia standing before him.. Pingo. 622. draped and cuirassed classical bust left.

1837. undated and unsigned. by Mudie. Battle of Jutland 1916. 1890. H. 51mm. made after 1850. in case of issue £150-200 WWW. Scotia standing before him. Bellerophon. 1034. Battle of Camperdown 1797. rev. rev.SPinK. E. Sir Robert Peel. Mudie’s National Medals. after Rouw.2). (BHM 1775. (BHM 1664. E. The Reform Bill. and bronze medal by B. 904. 730. 929. extremely fine £80-120 Victoria. view of the bridge.1146a.3).1273).T Hermon-Hodge. allegorical figures around. by Ottley. Death of Princess Charlotte. Hibernia and Scotia. head right. Pistrucci. King enthroned. receiving a crown from Britannia.1315. (BHM 870. most good very fine to extremely fine (19) £100-150 George III. Death of Sir Thomas Lawrence 1830. 1837. and Frederick Wilhelm III of Prussia. WILLIAM IV CROWNED SEP: 8 1831. spots of verdigris.25). 133mm. bronze medal by B. Battle of Vittoria 1813. including Napoleon on H. 1101).1). Alexander I of Russia. 1832. E. battling giants around. Scottish Regiments Victory Honours 1815. very fine £400-600 White metal medals (19). W. 718. Grand International Poultry Show.W. 1033. otherwise extremely fine. CROWNED SEP: 8 1831 (BHM 1475. head left. W. E. rev.1304). 1081. Coronation. (BHM 1448). 54mm. 760. PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO (E. mostly extremely fine (11) £400-600 596 596 597 598 599 600 601 602 597 George IV. head right. W. in case of issue £50-80 19th century bronze medals (8).S. eleven bronze medals (11) from the ‘Grand Series of Forty Medals commemorating British Victories’ published by J Mudie in 1820.26). busts of the four allied monarchs. E. Victory guiding Wellington and Blücher. bronze prize medal.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 134 anCient. rev. E. extremely fine. Capture of Badajoz 1812. Opening of London Bridge. George III of England. 1831. Wyon. rev. crowned by Victory Britannia. Death of Wellington 1832. ADELAIDE QUEEN CONSORT. rev. E. 859. Coronation. Wyon. extremely fine. view of the Guildhall. 1831. rev. Hibernia. silver medal by W. otherwise extremely fine. Wyon. light marks to obverse.1254. by Allen and Moore. draped bust with a bandeau left. 756. extremely fine £100-150 William IV. scratches to obverse. small spots of verdigris.886. inscription (BHM 943). head left. rev. Chancellor of Oxford University. Francis II of Austria. wreath. a fine old electrotype of the celebrated large medal by B. Clint. the British Army passes the Pyrenées 1813. poultry. in case of issue. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 592 593 594 595 Battle of Waterloo. Wyon.M. extremely fine £60-80 George III. by Pinches. inscription in wreath. rev. Ingram. Jupiter above. 478. 55mm. 51mm. Bombardment of Algiers 1816. 1085. bronze medal by S. William IV Coronation 1831.1245. bronze medal by B. Pistrucci. ERIMUS TIBI NOBILE REGNUM (BHM 1801. Capture of Seringapatam 1799. Battle of Albuera 1811. bronze medal by T Wyon. 868. Coronation. laureate head left. 1821. 51mm.1067).. head left. good very fine £100-150 William IV. bronze medal by W. 1815. 1837. edge knocks. Visit to the City of London. 933. Queen enthroned left. E. by T. and the Dedication Medal 1817 (BHM 432.1251. 1069.1247. (BHM 1603. 41mm. W. inscription. W. Liberty kneels before Britannia. bronze medal by B. 27mm. including Duke of Wellington. bust left. bare head right. E. others (5). (BHM 1545. mostly extremely fine (8) £100-150 Victoria. silver medal by B.Com Page 134 .24). by Spink. 921. in case of issue (2) £80-100 William IV. some lustre. 1017. 1834. bronze medal by Webb. 1021. Pistrucci. (BHM 1544. diademed head right. 504. W. English Army in Egypt 1801. 1817. Wyon. rev. Battle of Waterloo 1815. rev.

(BHM 2348. E. by Taylor.C. bronze medals (5). edge impressed W. by Lewis. 64mm.B. 49mm.F. (BHM 2560. (BHM 3216.. bust of Earl Spencer. the others extremely fine (5) £200-250 Victoria. Visit to Paris. (BHM 1966. imaginary view of the castle.1498). Crewkerne School. Laudatory Medal. bronze medal by W. Services Medal by W. 51mm. extremely fine £80-100 605 605 606 607 608 Victoria. in case of issue £40-60 135 . Wyon. 45mm. E.3). Frittenden. E. (BHM 2312-RR).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:57 Page 135 22 & 23 September.London 603 Victoria. Birth of the Princess Royal 1840. Wyon. (BHM 3258. head left. edge impressed AWARDED TO HENRY JAMES STRAWSON FOR NATURAL SCIENCE. 1840. International Exhibition 1886. (BHM 3041. Wyon. Visit to Ireland 1849. 44mm. Taylor. 51mm. 1876. by L. International Inventions Exhibition 1885. 54mm. 40mm. head right. 42mm. Lambert Jones. (BHM 2656. Royal Exchange 1840.1715). (BHM 2607). bronze medal by W. by Taylor. Great Exhibition 1851. (BHM 2218. rev. E.1438). (BHM 2178-R). bust of Duke of Richmond. Moore. very fine .S. and Visit to the London Hospital. (BHM 2349. Manchester Town Hall 1877. London 1884. Wyon. 45mm. (BHM 3198. Wyon. by Davis. Exhibition of Art Treasures. not listed in silver). by W. JAMES PRINSEP GHAUT CALCUTTA below. rev. Wyon. (BHM 3024-RR). extremely fine. (BHM 2332-R). Art Union of London medal 1849. JONES. SCHOLA CROKORNIENSIS FUND: 1499. (BHM 3175.C. rare in silver. JUNE. E. rare in silver). by Davis. (BHM 1953. 45mm.1727).1704). Carter. Handel Centennary Festival 1859. Jubilee 1887. silver medals (5). others extremely fine (6) £150-250 Victoria. William Sparks silver prize medal by J. Inigo Jones. E. and A.. PERFORMER. view of Prinsep’s ghaut on the Hooghly river.1400).1458). E. E. E. bronze medals (6). International Health Exhibition. 41mm.J. 41mm. 40mm.1527).1. Assay Master of the Calcutta Mint. James Prinsep (1799-1840). 41mm. extremely fine. 1849. E. inscription in wreath. Puddester 840. 1871. the first very fine. HOC PRAEMIUM INSTITUTI GULIELMUS SPARKS 1865.1346). 39mm.W. by L. R. 2014 . 46mm . rev. Manchester 1857. (BHM 2465. Wyon. Restoration of St Mary’s. this good very fine. 48mm. Whitechapel.extremely fine £150-200 604 604 Victoria. and Napoleon III and Eugénie visit to London 1855. 49mm. by Stothard. by Pinches. rare £100-150 Victoria. rev. Smithfield Club prize medal by W. by C.1437). by J.

1849. E. Opening of the New Coal Exchange. in case of issue WWW.Com Page 136 £150-200 . in case of issue £150-200 610 610 Victoria. only 350 struck. Interior of the Exchange. 89mm. E. Visit of The Emperor and Empress of France.7). (BHM 2561. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS CITY OF LONDON MEDALS 609 609 Victoria. W.SPinK. bronze medal by B. bronze medal by B. 1855. scarce. extremely fine. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 136 anCient. rev. scarce. (BHM 2357. Wyon. 77mm. four heads in medallions.1435. Britannia presenting Gallia to Londinia. Wyon. extremely fine. busts three-quarters left.6).1496. W. only 350 struck.

extremely fine. only 350 struck. head left.1499. bronze medal by B.S.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 137 22 & 23 September. Wyon. 2014 . 77mm. extremely fine. (BHM 2567.8). Wyon. in case of issue £250-300 612 612 Victoria.London 611 611 Victoria. the Princess introduced to Londinia by the Prince of Wales. W. E. only 350 struck. Visit of Vittorio Emanuele II. some small spots. bronze medal by J. King of Sardinia. rev.9). scarce. 1863. in case of issue 137 £100-150 . Entry of Princess Alexandra of Denmark into the City of London. scarce. W. E.1561. Londinia and Britannia welcome Sardinia. to London 1855. (BHM 2783. head left. 77mm. rev.

W. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 613 613 Victoria. in case of issue WWW. Londinia welcomes Turkey.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 138 anCient. extremely fine. only 350 struck. Londinia welcomes Turkey.1591. to London. with scuffed case of issue £400-600 614 614 Victoria. Visit of Abdul Aziz. Wyon. and A. bust right. Wyon. Visit of Abdul Aziz. E. E.SPinK. only 350 struck.10).10). bronze medal by J.B. rare. extremely fine. 77mm. bronze medal by J. scarce. (BHM 2872.S. bust right.S. Sultan of Turkey.1591. rev. W. 77mm.Com Page 138 £400-600 . one tiny mark on reverse edge at 4 o’clock. rev. 1867. to London. Sultan of Turkey. 1867. and A. (BHM 2872.B.

1604.1618.B. in case of issue £150-200 616 616 Victoria. 2014 .G. views of the bridge and viaduct.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 139 22 & 23 September. Wyon. bronze medal by J. 1872. scarce. head left. scarce.S. Londinia and Britannia welcoming The Queen and The Prince of Wales. (BHM 2928.12). rev. in case of issue 139 £100-150 . rev. interior of St Paul’s.11).London 615 615 Victoria. W. and A. 77mm. only 400 struck. W. only 400 struck. (BHM 2906. bronze medal by G. E. Adams. 1869. Restoration to health of the Prince of Wales. E. Opening of Blackfriars Bridge and Holborn Viaduct. extremely fine. extremely fine. 77mm.

bust three-quarters left. bronze medal by A. Peace standing above. 77mm. E. Visit of Alexander II of Russia to London.1623. 77mm. NASSER-EDDIN SHAH OF PERSIA. 1874. extremely fine. extremely fine. 77mm.1634. scarce. Wyon. in ‘double’ case of issue (2) £600-800 Victoria.1733). (BHM 2951. Silver Jubilee 1887. bust left. Wiener. only 400 medals struck and this very rare as a set. only 400 struck. rev.Com Page 140 . Visit of the Shah of Persia 1873. a pair of bronze medals by C.14). extremely fine.13). W. scarce. bust left.3219. in case of issue £500-600 618 618 619 Victoria. Londinia standing between shields of Persia and London. rev. Boehm and F. hairlines. (BHM.B. some staining on obverse of bronze medal. Leighton. E. Diakov 807. E. rev. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 617 617 Victoria. (BHM 2981. both in cases of issue (2) £500-600 WWW.1. large silver and bronze medals by J. Londinia welcoming the Czar. queen enthroned.SPinK.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 140 anCient. W.

000 Edward VII. Jubilee 1935. veiled. Diamond Jubilee 1897. scarce.W. 1897. in red leather case of issue. Agriculture. oficial silver medal by W. extremely fine. young head left.3506. E. light marks. damaged corner £1. bronze medal by F. silver medal by Fattorini (BHM3983 not listed in silver). Metcalfe (BHM 4294). de Saulles (BHM. large gold medal.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 141 22 & 23 September. Industry and Knowledge. diademed and draped bust left. De Saulles after Thomas Brock and William Wyon.G.. (BHM 3510. manufactured by Spink for the Corporation of the City of London. 89.London 620 620 Victoria. 56mm. Investiture of the Prince of Wales 1911. this being a gold example in the Royal Collection (7) £120-150 141 . only 500 struck £100-150 621 x621 622 Victoria. Coronation 1902. George V. (BHM. rev. on his death 1910. engraved by G. rev. small official silver medals (3). ill. 2014 . W.86g.W. E. bust left. by G. small silver official medals (2).1815). 76mm. 1817a. only one example of the Fattorini medal is noted by Brown. Bowcher. Diamond Jubilee.500-2. extremely fine. John (BHM 4079).40). Britannia recieving Londinia accompanied by Mercury. all extremely fine.3737). by P.

bust three-quarters left. rev. 1937 Coronation. 32mm. Metcalf. in leather case.4249.2029). Auction 3. 630. gold medal for clinical surgery by L. large silver medal (BHM. arms within wreath.4314.4356). Windsor Castle. small gold medal by P. Guy’s memorial monument in Guy’s Hospital Chapel. Investiture of The Prince of Wales 1911. Wyon. silver medal by W. John. rev. (BDM VI. (BHM. 1935 Jubilee (2).2046).Com Page 142 . edge engraved. GEORGE COCKCROFT.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 142 anCient. E. large and small silver medals (BHM. illustrated).4249. lot 839 624 624 George V. extremely fine. good very fine £1. 44mm (BHM. in case of issue £120-150 625 625 626 George V (1910-36). 70.SPinK. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 623 x623 Edward VII. busts right.G.000-1. E. BHM4079). and bronze medal. Caernarvon Castle (E. C. Guy’s Hospital. rev.2029). very fine and better. 49mm. all in cases or boxes of issue (4) £60-80 WWW. E. extremely fine. 3 October 2005. FROM THE TREASURER OF GUY’S HOSPITAL FOR CLIN: SURGERY. 1906. in case of issue £600-800 Silver medals (3). flan crack at 8 o’clock.1925. sculpted by John Bacon in 1779.400 PROVENANCE: St James’s auctions.39g. 1935. Silver Jubilee.

hallmarks for London 1937. edge inscribed MARCUS W DICK 1938 (BHM 4383). rev.H. signed below truncation. Wyon. p. WILLIAM SENHOUSE KIRKES M. and later Professor of Philosophy. and A. 49mm.H.2g. Paget.D. rare. FOR CLINICAL MEDICINE around wreath. Balliol College. lot 135 628 628 George VI.000 .BEAL 1931.B.. Oxford.S. 38. Winchester College. extremely fine. 19 March 2009.. engraved in the centre J. 2014 . (BHM 2830. 87. BARTHOLOMEW’S HOSP. 38mm. 18ct. gold medal by T. DIED 1864. University of East Anglia. student and later demonstrator of morbid anatomy at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.275 notes an example of this medal in gold’’ (Brown 2830 footnote) PROVENANCE: Spink auction 198.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 143 22 & 23 September. in Royal Mint case of issue Marcus William Dick (died 1971).18g. listed in Æ as RR). Medicina in Nummis. ST. Kirkes Medal. very rare £600-800 William Senhouse Kirkes (1823-64). extremely fine. head left. the tomb of William of Wykeham. END OF DAY ONE 143 £1. was Senior Tutor. head right. not listed in gold. The King’s Prize.London 627 x627 George V. gold medal by J.700-2. rev.. St Bartholomew’s Hospital. “Storer.

1. Sarotokos (c.000 .67g. young male head right. lion prowling left (DT 1090. Nike flying above to crown them. about very fine. rev. 39-46 and pl. horse standing right. rev. good very fine £100-150 631 631 (x2) 631 632 Gaul.781). ¡ Tetradrachm. attractive toning. Velia (c. Isle of Wight. two-leafed olive twig below (Caltabiano 361). reverse off-centre.264-241 BC). SNG Cop. horseman right. Sardinia. chariot with auriga right. very rare (2) £100-150 WWW. charioteer driving biga of slow mules right.SPinK. 1. holding kantharos and rudder. 1. Hist. horse left (BMC I.91g. Olbia (5th century BC). forepart of lion right.445-439 BC).407-369 BC). unusually fine. toned. 7.532). 8. Punic letter G below (cf SNG Cop. Massilia (150-100 BC).64g. lying human figure below. ¡ Tetrobol. square with diagonal cross in front of horse (DT 2156. XVIII. rev. wreathed head of Tanit left. TAPAΣ. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 144 anCient. ¡ Stater.81g.70g. cast Æ Dolphin (2). Num. hare springing right. Thraco-Macedonian. imitative head of Alexander the Great right.315-302 BC).00 a.63g.510-465 BC). MAΣΣA. very fine (2) £60-80 Kingdom of Thrace. 939).100-50 BC). Tarentum (c. leaf in ex. quadripartite incuse square (SNG ANS 1014). extremely rare PROVENANCE: Found near Bembridge. shield and two spears held in left hand. KΛ to left (Vlasto 639.74g. brown patina. rev.15g. May 2013 Recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme SUR-5D9925 Lucania. Ξ behind. almost very fine £80-100 Gaul. toned. ¡ Didrachm. good fine. Quarter-Stater.Com Page 144 £800-1. Aulerci Cenomani (c. LT 6861). nude Ephebe on cantering horse right. (Lots 629-973) ANCIENT GREEK COINS 629 630 Danubian Celts (3rd cent BC).77g. ¡ Drachm.32g (SNG BM Black Sea 360-7).213). striking weakness on legs of the two male figures. grainy surfaces. human-headed horse galloping right. rev. human head right. very fine. 2. very fine 633 633 634 635 636 637 £200-300 634 Calabria. incuse square (Williams 66). round monogram of Σ∆ (Youroukova 31-37). API below horse. 0. ¡ Drachm. otherwise extremely fine £300-400 Sicily. rev. MEΣΣ-ANION. diademed head of Artemis right. of uncertain attribution. good fine to almost very fine £400-500 The Carthaginians in Magna Graecia (c.m. bow and quiver over shoulder. cf. ¡ Trihemiobol. 2. Messana (c. Phalanthos astride dolphin left. ΣAPOTOKO. rev. Æ 23mm. rev. 17. lock of hair in front of face. hurling spear in upheld left hand. good very fine £80-100 Skythia. 2. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS TUESDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2014 Morning session at 10.

61g. 4.64g. owl standing facing. owl standing right. pleasing. horse grazing right. lot 163 639 640 Thessaly. 0. Twelfth-Stater. Larissa (356-342 BC). lot 643 642 641 641 642 643 642 (x1. 2014 . left foreleg raised (Lorber L-II). rev. monogram on left (SNG BM 11101112).5) Thessalian League (c. 22). good very fine 145 £170-200 .16g. olive sprig and berry behind. ¡ Drachm.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 145 22 & 23 September. head of Athena right wearing decorated Attic helmet. very fine £300-400 PROVENANCE: CNG. draped and turreted bust of Tyche right. almost extremely fine £400-600 PROVENANCE: The New York Sale. magistrates’ names across field (BCD 881.this coin).48g. Teos (late 6th cent BC). Pharsalos (late fifth century BC). ¡ Hemidrachm. a charmingly eccentric representation of an owl. 6. rev.435-425 BC). Athena Itonia advancing right.16. rev.London 639 640 638 x638 Attica. ΛAPIΣ-AIΩN. rev. Amisos (3rd-2nd cents BC). head turned left.18g. 1.10g. ¡ Drachm. head of the nymph Larissa facing half left. 6. SNR 48. Phokaia (late 6th cent BC). a little offcentre. rev. rev. good very fine £100-150 Ionia. holding spear and shield. rev. XX. helmeted head of Athena right. griffin’s head right. Athens (c. New York. minor flan crack below horse. horseman holding spear riding right (Lavva. Π A P Σ. 3 January 2012. ¡ Stater.196-27 BC). 5. good very fine. 33). head facing. Triton XV. ¡ Tetartemorion. good very fine £140-180 Ionia.04g.07g. Tetradrachm 17. lightly toned in places. magistrates Nikolaos and Gorgias. good very fine (2) £100-150 644 644 Pontus. Miletos. striking weakness on owl’s wing. wings spread. AΘE. 1. 107m. stellate pattern within incuse square (SNG Kayhan 476ff). quartered incuse square (Balcer. forepart of lion right. rough incuse square (BMC 82). whole in incuse square (cf Svoronos pl. rev.1). laureate head of Zeus right. ¡ Drachm. good very fine £300-400 Thessaly. griffin’s head left.

AJC 12). rev. Æ 15 mm.64g. three-quarters right. rev. Kassander (305-298 BC). head of young Herakles in lion’s skin right.3. rev. lot 368 Rhodes. Æ 18mm. Miletos. Alexander III. Rhodes ¡ Didrachm. 9 January 2009. Triptolemos seated left in winged chariot drawn by two snakes. lot 773 £150-200 Kingdom of Macedon. Amyntas III (c.83g.36g. head of young Herakles right. rev. fair to fine (5) 647 647 648 x649 650 651 652 648 £50-70 649 Pamphylia. diademed. rev. degraded diademed head left within blundered legend (van’t Haaff type 10. the Great (336-323 BC). good very fine £200-300 The Jewish War (66-70 CE).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 146 anCient. draped bust of king left. Myrina. very fine. Zeus enthroned left. the Great (336-323 BC). Æ Prutah. rev. eagle and P left. within square linear frame (SNG ANS 94). good fine. ¡ light Tetrobol. rev.393-369 BC).34g. almost very fine. BC.43g. two wrestlers grappling. reverse good fine. bud right. radiate head of Helios. wearing lion’s skin headdress. similar types. good metal with silver appearance. pig standing right on mystic staff. 1. but on left of Zeus.Com Page 146 £500-600 . Eleusis (in Attica). all within wreath of corn (BMC 1-7). Π between legs (SNG France 63). ¡ Drachm.17g. plant below. forepart of lion right within shallow incuse square (cf Raymond 230). c. 10. lot 673 CNG 53. good very fine £50-70 Kingdom of Elymais. AD).42g. fine (2) £150-200 Kingdom of Macedon.211/210 BC.. tripod (cf SNG Copenhagen 1162). Hebrew date “year two” (Hendin 661. head right. ONAΣAN∆POΣ (BMC 148. c. eagle standing left. torque round neck. good very fine PROVENANCE: CNG 81. 4. 20 May 2009. Uncertain king (late 1st cent. of Aspendos. holding eagle and sceptre. EΣTFE∆II (Pamphylian script). vine leaf on branch.1st cent. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 645 x645 646 Carian Islands. amphora. Aspendos (c. anchor countermark behind Zeus. holding eagle and sceptre.420-350 BC) ¡ Stater. extremely fine PROVENANCE: Ponterio and Associates. anchor and star in crescent behind. Zeus enthroned left. rev.1-1a). ¡ Trihemiobol. flan flaw above eagle. slinger standing right loosing shot.SPinK. year 2 = 67/8 CE. ¡ Drachms (2). Alexander III. Perdikkas II (451-413 BC). 16. mounted warrior holding two lances on prancing horse right. rev.188-170 BC. Hebrew “the Freedom of Zion”. 16. AΣ over B(?) (cf. ¡ Tetradrachm. Price 2878).205-190 BC. 6. better than good fine. of Alexander III and Menander. ear of corn to left (Price 2100). and another. rev. laureate head of Apollo right. rose. c. toned. very fine (3) £100-150 Kingdom of Macedon. about very fine (2) £300-400 WWW. Billon Tetradrachm. 15. Ashton 280). and Æ (2) of Eleusus and Lucania. MYPI over amphora on left (Price 1663). very fine.15 March 2000. head of young Herakles lion’s skin right. ¡ Diobol. rev. triskeles on right.

52g. bust left.305295 BC. Alabanda.London 653 653 654 654 Kingdom of Macedon. Γ below throne (Price 2462). right H-AX below wings (Houghton 174. very fine £150-200 Kingdom of Syria.400 657 657 658 658 Kingdom of Syria. BAΣIΛEΩ[Σ] EΛEYKOY. c. 2014 . Susa.108/9-128/8). Zeus enthroned left. Athena seated left. the Great (336-323 BC).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 147 22 & 23 September. holding eagle and sceptre. Shore 442).57g. Alexander III. holding Nike and leaning elbow on shield at her side. Zeus enthroned left. ¡ Tetradrachm. scarce £180-220 Kingdom of Syria. AP monogram before (Price 3426). 16. diademed head right. Macedonian helmet with cheekpieces and goat’s horn. rare £300-400 147 . left. holding eagle and sceptre. ¡ Tetradrachm. monogram to left (H&L 2033). Seleukos I. Pegasos before. toned. good very fine. rev.24g. rev. rev. rev. placing wreath on trophy. Tryphon (142-138 BC).000-1. rev Arsaces seated right. diademed head of Alexander the Great right. rare £1.3). 4. very fine. wearing lion’s skin headdress. Nikator (312-280 BC). ¡ Drachm. 3. Alexander III. almost very fine £150-200 655 655 656 656 Kingdom of Thrace. with hair in bunches at top and side. Antioch.35g. clad with panther skin. rev. 4. Lysimachos (323-281 BC). with check and neck guards. head of young Herakles right. good very fine £250-300 Kingdom of Macedon. the Great (336-323 BC). slight flan split at 10 o’clock. bow and quiver before (Thompson 171). Osroes I (AD c. head left wearing helmet.20g. almost extremely fine. ¡ Drachm.1.330-320 BC. Ephesos. wearing lion’s skin headdress. Ekbatana. c. BAΣIΛEΩΣ TRYΦΩNOΣ AYTOKPATOPOΣ. with horn of Ammon. head of young Herakles right.93g. inscription around (Sellwood 80.173-167 BC. c. ¡ Drachm. very fine. Nike standing. ¡ Drachm. Arados. rev. 3. toned. 16.

bearded head right.1. rev. ¡ Drachm. ¡ Obol. diademed. holding out bow. very fine. Arsakes I seated right. square five-line legend (Sellwood 33.95-87 BC).SPinK. Eukratides (c.Com Page 148 £2.22g. a superb Hellenistic portrait. 0. good very fine. wearing crested helmet. Rhagae. both well centred and toned.04g.170-145 BC. draped bust right. elephant right. BN 16E). ¡ Obol.67g. monogram below. Ekbatana. between two Nikes flying to crown him. holding out bow. Sinatruces (c. holding palm-branch and fillet. very fine (3) £100-120 Kingdom of Bactria. monogram before. wearing crested helmet ornamented with bull’s horn and ear. Prusias (c.12g.180-160 BC). rev. monogram below (SNG ANS 337-343. good very fine £100-150 Kingdom of Parthia. extremely fine 660 660 661 662 663 664 665 661 662 Kingdom of Parthia. Eukratides (c. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 659 659 (x1.500-3.83g. toned. Shore 85). BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΠPOYΣIOY. diademed bust left in imperial robe. diademed bust left. light surface erosion. 0. ¡ Tetradrachm. monogram below (Bopearachchi. holding wreath over name of Prusias and leaning on sceptre with left hand.4. 0. draped bust right. ¡ Drachm. monogram below (Bopearachchi. Shore 113). draped bust right. rare £300-400 Kingdom of Bactria.5) 659 Kingdom of Bithynia.67g. rev. torque round neck. Menander I (c. with palm branches behind. Athena Alkidemos walking left. Zeus standing left. Phraataces and Queen Musa (2 BC-AD 5). and another similar. 4. Antimachos II (160-155 BC).155-130 BC). holding shield and hurling thunderbolt (SNG ANS 867. monogram to right (Sellwood 68.C). rev.53g.10. zebu standing right. 3. with palm branches behind. Arsakes I seated right. rev. king on horseback right (SNG ANS 4245. Nike standing left. SNG Von Aulock 6878). 16. good very fine (2) £160-200 Kingdom of Bactria. square five-line legend (Sellwood 27. about extremely fine £300-400 Kingdom of Parthia. two caps of the Dioscuri.C). rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 148 anCient. Shore 325). Apollodotos I (c. ¡ Drachm. about very fine. wearing tiara ornamented with horn and stag foreparts.000 . Series 9. good very fine (2) £160-200 WWW. rev. diademed head of Phraataces left. 4. and another similar.67g. Mithradates II (121-91 BC). BN 1G). wearing crested helmet ornamented with bull’s horn and ear.170-145 BC. rev. Series 9.230-182 BC). Bilingual ¡ Drachms (3). BN 4F). diademed and crowned bust of Musa left. rev. both well centred and toned. 0. two caps of the Dioscuri. thunderbolt and two monograms before (Recueil Générale 9b. toned.

bilingual Drachms (2). diademed head right. control mark on left (SNG ANS 1393). BN 13B). very fine. about very fine. rev. field. eagle standing left on thunderbolt. ¡ Tetradrachm. rev. Hermaios (c. Antialkidos (c. 27). Drachm. Cyrene. BC). eagle standing left on thunderbolt. wearing elephant-scalp headdress. Alexandria. Alexandria. Zeus enthroned three-quarters left. edge slightly chipped at 10-11 o’clock and graffito in rev. ¡ Tetradrachm. about very fine (2) £140-180 672 673 672 673 Sasanian Empire. about very fine (2) £150-200 Kingdom of Egypt. good very fine £300-400 Sasanian. diademed and draped bust right. rev. Zeus enthroned three-quarters left. BEPENIKHΣ BAΣIΛIΣΣHΣ. rev. holding Nike over forepart of elephant right. very fine. good very fine. year 10 = 43/2 BC. Alexandria. L? before. fire-altar (Göbl 10). monogram on left (SNG ANS 1032. good metal. reverse very fine (2) £100-150 Kingdom of Bactria (2). 2014 . posthumous issue. rev. Shapur I (240-270). Ptolemy XII (Auletes) (80-58 BC). fine and about very fine (2) £150-200 149 . Alexandria. holding shield and hurling thunderbolt. ¡ Tetradrachm.429/430).70-50 BC. rare £150-200 Kingdom of Egypt.80-65 BC). similar types. bilingual Drachm.130-120 BC). draped bust right. monogram under throne (SNG ANS 1094. but LI and headdress of Isis before. corrosion on obverse. eagle standing left on thunderbolt. diademed and draped bust right. diademed. aegis round neck. metal-flaw on head of latter. c. very fine. draped bust right.105-90 BC). 382). ¡ Tetradrachm. ¡ Tetradrachm. 404). crowning himself with wreath and holding club and lion’s skin. year 12 of Cleopatra and 9 of Ptolemy (106/5 BC). but shield and monogram to left of eagle and monogram behind (SNG Copenhagen 113). and Ptolemy XIII (51-30 BC). 359). club between Π and trident-head.AD 223-240). similar types. Sellwood 12. diademed head of Ptolemy I right. and a Tetradrachm of Ptolemy II. very fine (2) £50-80 Kingdom of Egypt. 83. aegis round neck. rev. Herakles standing facing. legend on shaft of fire-altar. eagle (SNG Cop. LE before. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 149 22 & 23 September. and palm branch behind. Cyrene (?). Drachm (Göbl 23. monogram MAΓ (the monogram of Magas). 9. ¡ Didrachm. Apollodotos II (c. diademed.120-100 BC). Alexandria. and Cleopatra III and Ptolemy X (107-101 BC). diademed and draped bust right. year 9 = 73/2 BC. Lysias (c. Ardashir I (c. all within wreath (BMC. banker’s mark before bust. Ptolemy I (323-283 BC). BN 4C).54g. wearing kausia. Berenike I or II (mid 3rd cent.London 666 667 668 669 670 671 Kingdom of Bactria. ?A behind (SNG Cop. but LIB/? before eagle (SNG Cop. similar types. ?A behind (SNG Cop. Hormazd II (302309). P and monogram to left (SNG Copenhagen 70). rev. Cleopatra III and Ptolemy IX (116-107 BC). 6. ¡ Tetradrachm. right hand raised. about very fine (2) £180-250 Kingdom of Egypt. cf SNG Cop. year 5 = 113/2 BC. draped bust right wearing close-fitting headdress surmounted by korymbos. 350). aegis round neck. rev. Athena Alkidemos walking left. below. diademed. diademed head of Ptolemy I right.

crowned by Nike standing behind (Senior 210.58-12 BC). NO behind. ¡ Drachm. Drachm. Hemidrachm.21g.33g.165-130 BC).2. Sogdiana (c.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 150 anCient. rev. very fine. wearing helmet. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΣΩTHPOΣ MENAN∆POY. Macedonian.348). 2. owl. rare 677 x677 678 679 680 681 682 678 Indo-Scythian. Zeus Nikephoros enthrone left.683. 2. struck by Aulus Gabinius. very fine (3) £200-300 Greek Silver coins. M.250-130 BC). rev. 2. Hormazd IV (579-90). Tarentum (c.200-1.213 (b)). bust of Athena right. very fine. Pixodaros (340-334 BC).1. ¡ Drachm. helmeted head of Athena right. Drachm. king on horseback right. Anonymous. rev. Antioch. rev. cf. some better (87) £200-300 Ancient coins. laureate head of Apollo facing.500 Central Asia. several Pergamum.1. rev. including some Seleucid.SPinK.12g. BMC 308). karoshthi legend around (cf. an interesting group of mainly minor denominations. with Hepthalite countermark. mixed condition (11) £40-50 WWW. Æ Drachm. about very fine. Chimera advancing left. Indo-Scythian. 3352). scyphate Obol (MAC. good fine.Com Page 150 £500-600 . including issues of Peroz (1). SNG. Sasanian. dark patina. Herakles standing left. Maharajasa Rajarajasa Mahatasa Ayasa. Tetradrachm. mainly Khusru II (89). very fine (4) £100-150 676 676 (x1. Azes (c. Kavad I (2). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 674 675 Sassanian. Khusru I (13). ΣI below. legend either side (MAC.302-281 BC). fire altar/simurg (Göbl Documente E. 2. rev. Pushkalavati mint. Drachm.598-599) very fine/fine. fine to good fine. diademed head right. fine. king seated right. horseman right with lowered spear. Tetradrachm. monogram of Gabinius on left (RPC 4124).330-280 BC). ¡ Drachm. Athena standing facing.5) 676 Indo-Greek. rev. others. Gondophares I (late 1st century BC). Karoshthi ‘a’ to right (Senior 88. early Ptolemaic. fine to very fine (121) £1. M. bust right.dove flying left. Bop. club on right (cf. Karoshthi ga below exergue line. monogram in left field. Sykion (c.23).5812 BC). holding thunderbolt and sceptre. Dahae of Choresmia.3D).. etc. owl standing right. Ephesos. good very fine £80-100 Indo-Parthian. Atala (c. 3. Zeus standing right holding double-axe and sceptre (SNG Cop.4th-5th century). fine (3) £50-60 Greek bronzes of Asia Minor and the Levant (87). and several others. 3. about very fine/fine £150-200 Greek silver coins (3). Azes (c. head of Dionysos wearing ivy wreath right. edge filed for mounting. fire altar in the shape of a tamgha. rev.81g.18g. holding club and lion’s skin.76g. Æ small denominations including Birytis. Caria. Thasos (post 148 BC). Menander I (c. proconsul 57-55 BC. Zeus standing facing. following the types of Philip Philadelphos. diademed and draped bust left.1067). Ardashir III (1). Hormazd IV (15). drachm. Æ Unit. Drachms (121). rev. rev. both about fine.Ser. Karoshthi legend.

very fine. SMANH in exergue (C. C. £6. same dies). lot 197 K. lot 650 151 £500-600 . Anton Dreesmann collection. Kress auction 142. ¿ Solidus. rosettediademed. 13 April 2000. Roma and Constantinopolis seated. extremely fine. VICTORIA CONSTANTINI AVG. DE BRITANN on architrave of triumphal arch. 31 March 1997. possibly expertly burnished round the devices.800 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 152. Victory walking left. the Great (AD 307-337). rev. 2014 . RIC 33. draped and cuirassed bust right.E. LXXII (= 72 to the pound) on right.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 151 22 & 23 September. rare £1. ¿ Solidus. lot 1768 685 684 684 (x1. 335-336.17. good very fine PROVENANCE: Dr. 9. RIC 98). surmounted by equestrian statue of Claudius left. reverse better 683 AVG PM TRP VI IMP XI. flan flaw affecting both sides. TI [CLA]VD CAESAR rev. Antioch.5) 684 Constantine I. Von Kaenel 594. 683 683 (x2) Claudius (AD 41-54).000 PROVENANCE: CNG auction 41. rev.B. pearl-diademed. draped and cuirassed bust right.605. Christogram on left. CONSTANTI-NVS MAX AVG.108. 4.53g.52g. lot 214 685 Constantius II (AD 337-361). RIC 81). edge smoothed from a mount.400-1. between two trophies of arms (BMC 32. SMAN in exergue (C. 11 April 2001.London ROMAN AND BYZANTINE GOLD COINS FROM THE COLLECTION OF SIR RICHARD GROUND O.72g. toned. laureate head right. holding trophy and palm-branch. 347-355. Constantinople. 335. holding between them shield inscribed VOT XX MVLT XXX. ¿ Aureus.000-7. FL IVL CONSTANTIVS PERP AVG. GLORIA REPVBLICAE. 46-47. 7. 4. Spink auction 142. slightly porous flan. pl. 22 January 1968.

4. Sirmium. rev. SIRM in exergue (C. rev. SMTR in exergue (C.M in field. S .41g. holding labarum and Victory on globe. ¿ Solidus. VICTORI-A AVGGΘ. 367-375. VICTORI-A AVGG. holding spear. GLORIA REIPVBLICAE.800-3. rosette-diademed. and Constantinople seated left.5) 686 Constantius II (AD 337-361). DN VALENTINI-ANVS PF AVG. very fine £400-500 PROVENANCE: CNG mail bid sale 50. holding spear and shield with horseman device. almost extremely fine PROVENANCE: Sotheby’s. lot 1480 688 Theodosius I (AD 379-395). toned. Theodosius in military dress standing right. rev. COMOB in exergue (C. Victory with spread wings above. 24 June 1998.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 152 anCient. ¿ Solidus.Com Page 152 £2. Magnus Maximus standing facing. foot on bound captive. lot 469 WWW. RIC 56).600 688 Valentinian I (AD 364-375). holding globe between them. RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE. FL IVL CONSTAN-TIVS PERP AVG. head right. ¿ Solidus. extremely fine 687 687 £1. c. holding sceptre and with foot on prow. 4. ¿ Solidus. 4. pearldiademed. star on left. draped and cuirassed bust right. 23 June 1999. Roma seated facing.393-395.400-1. RIC 76). edgemarks from mounting.SPinK. wearing pearl-diademed plumed helmet and cuirass. draped and cuirassed bust right.5) 689 Magnus Maximus (AD 383-388).4. 29 April 1997. 355-361. DN THEODO-SIVS PF AVG. 4.39g. palm-branch between their legs. three-quarters facing bust inclined right. holding labarum and Victory on globe. light scratch in reverse field. Sirmium (?).500 . Trier. lot 1749 689 689 (x1. good very fine £600-800 PROVENANCE: CNG mail bid sale 46.39. draped and cuirassed bust right. RIC 14a). 383-384. rev. DN MAG MA-XIMVS PF AVG. TROBS in exergue (RIC 17b). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 686 686 (x1.46g. rosette-diademed.124. holding between them a shield inscribed VOT/XXXV/MVLT/XXXX. Valentinian and Valens enthroned facing. Trier.42g.

500 . draped and cuirassed bust right. about extremely fine.200-1.45g. COMOB in exergue (C. palm-branch between their legs.London 690 691 692 Arcadius (AD 383-408). c. crowned half-length busts of Justinian II and Tiberius facing. three-quarters facing bust inclined right. cross behind head. holding spear and shield with horseman device.30g. M-D in field. star on left. CONCORDIA AVGGΓ. rev.5) 693 Zeno (second reign. c. DN ZENO PERP AVG. rev. rev. holding long jewelled cross. Victory standing left. 30 September 1976. wearing pallium over colobium.395-402. Constantinople. Honorius standing right. AD 705-711). lot 642 Honorius (AD 393-423). good very fine 690 £400-500 PROVENANCE: Dr Anton Dreesmann. rev. foot on captive. rev. Constantinopolis enthroned facing. AD 476-491). each wearing chlamys and divitision. Sear 1415). VICTORI-A AVGGE.47g. extremely fine PROVENANCE: Phillips. Mediolanum (Milan). 1 October 1997. flan very slightly bent on right. 4. ¿ Solidus. 13 April 2000. reverse extremely fine 692 £400-500 PROVENANCE: Phillips.48g.31g. very fine 691 £350-450 PROVENANCE: CNG mail bid sale 50. Constantinople. 4. ¿ Solidus. minor edge-marks from mounting. DN THEODO-SIVS PF AVG. Arcadius and Honorius enthroned facing. Spink auction 142. 23 June 1999. CONOB in exergue (RIC 202). head right. Constantinople. about extremely fine £400-500 PROVENANCE: Phillips. lot 1757 Theodosius II (AD 402-450). 4.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 153 22 & 23 September. holding labarum and Victory on globe. lustrous. VICTORI-A AVGG.44. 1206). ¿ Solidus. 4. DN HONORI-VS PF AVG. Victory with spread wings above. pearldiademed. draped and cuirassed bust right. 2014 . lot 66 693 694 694 (x1. star on right. lot 71 153 £1. raising right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels. ¿ Solidus. 1 October 1997. foot on prow. holding spear and shield with horseman device. 4. lot 270 M&M Basel auction 6. pearl-diademed. holding globe between them. 1 October 1997. COM in exergue (RIC 8c and 20c). holding sceptre and Victory on globe. holding cross potent on three steps (DOC 2b. wearing pearl-diademed plumed helmet and cuirass. CONOB in exergue (RIC 910). lot 68 694 Justinian II (second reign. ¿ Solidus. DN ARCADI-VS PF AVG. facing bust of Christ. RIC X. minor edge marks. VICTORI-A AVGGG. threequarters facing bust inclined right.408-420. wearing pearl-diademed plumed helmet and cuirass. minor edge-marks. M-D in field. Mediolanum (Milan).

minor edge marks. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 695 695 (x1. CONOB in exergue (DOC 2d. Artemius (AD 713-715). Sear 1504). Christ enthroned facing. Sear 1797). MIB 2. nimbate (DOC 1. wearing chlamys. Constantinople. rev. 4. ¿ Histamenon. extremely fine 698 £700-800 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 162. Copronymus (AD 717-741). wearing chlamys. being crowned and blessed by the Virgin standing facing on right. lot 84 696 696 697 Leo III. VICT[ORIA AV]GUE. Sear 1828). with Constantine V.34g. ¿ Histamenon. 4 December 1996. rev. Spink auction 168.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 154 anCient. 27 March 2003. Constantinople. and Constantine. holding cross on globe. crowned facing half-length figures of Basil. 4. raising right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels in left. rev. holding book of Gospels in left hand. Sear 1463).200 PROVENANCE: The Property of a Gentleman. extremely flan 695 £1. 4. Monomachus (AD 1042-1055). and patriarchal cross on globe (DOC 1a.41g. with Constantine VIII.40g. right hand raised in benediction. crowned facing bust of Constantine wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe (DOC 7. holding book of Gospels in left hand. holding cruciform sceptre with tendril-like ornament. 4. crowned facing bust of Leo wearing chlamys and holding cross on globe. wearing loros. cross potent on three steps.Com Page 154 £400-500 . lot 85 697 698 Basil II. Romanus standing facing holding cross on globe. Argyrus (AD 1028-1034). 4.39g. ¿ Solidus. Constantinople. very light scratches in reverse field. Constantinople. nimbate. holding between them a patriarchal cross (DOC 3. rev. Christ enthroned facing. ¿ Solidus. crowned facing bust. Constantinople. 15 April 2004. short flan. nimbate. Sear 1819). the Isaurian. extremely fine £600-800 Romanus III.000-1. rev. crowned facing bust. extremely fine £500-600 699 699 Constantine IX.5) Anastasius II. lot 1932 WWW. facing nimbate bust of Christ.SPinK. Bulgaroktonos (AD 976-1025). right hand raised in benediction. extremely fine PROVENANCE: CNG auction 40. ¿ Solidus.39g.

Billon Tetradrachm of year 12 = AD 65/6. Constantinople. rev. rev. LI∆ before. LIB before (BMC 163. holding two small figures (Britannicus and Octavia?) on right hand. right hand raised in benediction. and Nero. ¿ Histamenon. draped bust of Africa right. lot 809 VARIOUS PROPERTIES . Köln 172). ¿ Histamenon. radiate head of Divus Augustus left (BMC 39. Sear 1815). Comnenus (AD 1057-1059).A COLLECTION OF ALEXANDRIAN TETRADRACHMS 702 702 Tiberius. extremely fine £350-450 PROVENANCE: Phillips. L∆ before. Billon Tetradrachm of year 4 = AD 43/4.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 155 22 & 23 September. rev. almost very fine to good very fine (3) 155 £150-200 . lot 77 701 Isaac I.41g. 19 September 1993. 4. his left hand resting on scabbard (DOC 2. aegis round neck. June 2000 NFA auction. Billon Tetradrachm of year 14 = AD 27/8. wearing elephant-scalp headdress. nimbate. nimbate. Sear 1843). Messalina standing left. Isaac standing facing. Christ enthroned facing.London 700 700 701 Constantine VIII (AD 1025-1028). holding book of Gospels in left hand. holding book of Gospels in left hand. holding drawn sword in right hand. 4. Constantinople. crowned facing bust. 2014 . laureate head right.41g. facing bust of Christ. Köln 49). 1 October 1997. and corn ears in left (BMC 73. holding labarum and akakia (Ratto 1969. right hand raised in benediction. about extremely fine £400-500 PROVENANCE: Purchased from CNG. laureate head right. Claudius. rev. rev. Köln 81). radiate head right.

draped and cuirassed bust right. year 24 = 183/4. rev. year 13 = 66/7. rev. Köln 979). Billon Tetradrachm of year 5 = 141/2. Köln 1461). rev. Poseidon standing right.). Sarapis standing left. draped bust of Ammon right. Hadrian.B in field (Köln 1999 var.. Köln 825). rev. rev. rev. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 703 703 704 705 706 707 Nero. LK . bust of Nilus right.SPinK. holding scales and cornucopia. laureate head right. and another. rev. laureate head right. LA before. draped bust right. rev. year 23 = 159/160. bust as first. holding rudder. L EN∆EKATOY (Köln 941. Köln 2071). ΠATHR ΠATPI∆OΣ. L .E in field (BMC 669. draped bust of Africa right. draped bust of Poppaea right (BMC 124.. LK above (Köln 1199. Euthenia and Homonoia standing facing. Tyche reclining left on lectisternium. another. radiate head of Divus Augustus right (BMC 112. good fine to very fine (3) £100-150 Antoninus Pius. cornucopia at shoulder. Billon Tetradrachm of year 11 = 64/5.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 156 anCient. Milne 1183). L/IB in field (BMC 670. togate.I . year 12 = 127/8. holding flowers and caduceus (BMC 229. holding trident and dolphin BMC 932. Milne 1499). laureate head left. another.Com Page 156 .∆ in field (BMC 1423. laureate head right. all very fine. Köln 1377). laureate head right. rev. year 8 = 144/5. average very fine (3) £200-300 Vespasian. Köln 1026). the last good fine and scarce (4) £130-160 WWW. Köln 217). Köln 168). and another. and another of year 30 = 189/190. wearing elephant-scalp headdress (BMC 199. Sarapis enthroned left. a Billon Tetradrachm of Commodus. year 20 = 135/6. tripod on left on which water pours from fountain (BMC 1422. year 15 = 130/1. holding rudder. good fine to very fine (3) £100-150 Hadrian. another. rev. basket of corn-ears on left. Tyche reclining left on lectisternium. left foot on prow. Kerberos at his feet. Billon Tetradrachm of year 2 = 161/2. LH on left (BMC 985 var. and another. the last rare (3) £120-160 Marcus Aurelius. LA before. rev. draped and cuirassed bust right. radiate head left. laureate head right. year 1= 68. heads turned to face each other. rev. rev. L . and a Billon Tetradrachm of Galba. Billon Tetradrachm of year 6 = 121/2. holding sceptre. LKΓ in field (Köln 1840. laureate. clasped hands. similar bust. Dattari 2236). Billon Tetradrachm of year 1 = 69. rev. laureate. Eirene standing left. about very fine. L . Dikaiosyne standing left. similar head. LIΓ before. LI above (BMC 1272. laureate. Billon Tetradrachm of year 11 = 126/7. draped and cuirassed bust right. Köln 177). receiving corn ears from figure of Alexandria standing right. rev. Canopus of Osiris right. Hadrian standing left. year 10 = 169/170. rev. Köln 266). Köln 2216). laureate head right. holding taenia. laureate. another.Z in field (BMC 628 var. radiate head right. Köln 2250).

similar busts. year 4 = 278/9. rev. rev. kalathos on head. revs. Eirene standing left. Gothicus. another. head left. laureate. laureate. revs. rev. LS before (Köln 2667. ETOVC S (Köln 3102. holding scales and cornucopia.∆ in field (Köln 3054. Aurelian and Vabalathus. head right. year 4 = 287/8. and Maximinus on horseback left. year 6 = 242/3. and Tyche reclining on lectisternium. laureate. 283/4 or 284/5. rev. year 7 = 281/2. rev.I (Köln 3270). laureate diademed and draped bust of Vabalathus right. another. laureate. the others very fine or better (9) £180-250 157 . wreath in beak. Eusebia standing left. draped bust of Hermanubis right. rev. head turned right. Billon Tetradrachms (3). sacrificing over altar. L∆ before (Köln 3074). ETOVC E (Köln 3086. ETOVC Γ (Köln 3196). as last. Köln 3167). and another of his wife Salonina. L .B in field (Köln 3286. Billon Tetradrachms. L .Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 157 22 & 23 September. cuirassed bust right. Billon Tetradrachm of year 5 = 257/8. eagle standing right. jugate busts of Helios and Selene right. LΓ in field (2). LB behind (Köln -. revs. and another for Divus Carus. wreath in beak. eagle standing half left. rev. laureate. wreath in beak. cuirassed bust of Aurelian right. LIΓ to right (Milne 4118). right hand raised. draped and cuirassed bust right. year 3 = 284. BMC 2527). laureate. laureate. LB behind (Köln 3037. Köln 3172). head turned right with wreath in beak. cuirassed bust right. year 1 = 284/5. draped and cuirassed busts right. L . wings spread. year 3 = 277/8. wings spread. LA above (Köln 3208. cuirassed bust right. draped and cuirassed bust right. Homonoia standing left. BMC 2331). year 2 = 283/4. the last good very fine and rare. diademed. and Valerian I.IA (Köln -. BMC 2556). ETOVC Γ (Köln 3231 var. bust of Sarapis left. wreath in beak.Z in field. L . head right. rev. wings spread. the other three about extremely fine (4) £80-100 Carinus. Dikaiosyne standing left. holding olive branch and sceptre (Köln 3217). 2014 . Elpis walking left. L . and year 11 = 294/5. year 1 = 282/3. cuirassed bust right. lighted altar on base (BMC 2446. BMC 1878). holding double cornucopia (Köln 3218 var. diademed and draped bust right. Köln 3132). year 1 and 4 = 270/1. BMC 2408). year 1 = 275/6. Eirene standing left. between two standards. modius on head. and Dikaiosyne standing left. year 2 = 235/6.). holding wreath and palm branch. another of Severina. Athena standing left. head right. holding rudder and cornucopia. BMC 2382). the last very fine. Billon Tetradrachm. LB before (Köln 2560. year 13 = 265/6. year 6 = 274/5. good fine to about very fine (5) £100-150 Gallienus. year = 286/7. good fine to very fine (8) £120-160 Probus. draped bust right. Fortuna standing left. rev. both about extremely fine (2) £80-100 Claudius II.). rev. Nike walking right. BMC 2509). Homonoia standing left. wreath in beak. LA to right (Köln 3015. AΦIEPWCIC. eagle standing right. LE in field. Tyche standing left.B in field (Köln 2620-2622). laureate. revs. holding double cornucopia. rev. ETOVC A (Köln 3112. BMC 2317).∆ (Köln 3238). BMC 2480). between two standards.London 708 709 710 711 712 713 714 Severus Alexander. laureate. rev. holding flower and sceptre (BMC 2413. sceptre behind. L . L∆ above (Köln 3078. Homonoia standing left. rev. BMC 2327). wings spread.A in field. two more of Tacitus. LB above (Milne 4710). year 1 = 268/9. holding rudder and cornucopia (BMC 2448. similar bust. eagle standing right. year 10 = 293/4. wings spread. year 5 = 273/4. L . holding scales and cornucopia (Köln 3115. year 2 = 269/270. eagle standing left. eagle standing facing. rev. eagle left. others (4).A in field (Köln 3017. BMC 1793). LA before (Köln 3204. Elpis walking left. Billon Tetradrachms (3). L . diademed head of Zeus right. BMC 2360). head right. year 2 = 265/6. holding rudder. Billon Tetradrachms (9). all almost extremely fine (3) £70-100 Diocletian. another. of Maximinus I. L . as Caesar. cuirassed bust right. rev. Zeus enthroned left holding patera. holding Nike. year 2 = 254/5. Numerian. and Tyche standing left. BMC 2403). laureate. rev. BMC 1807). rev.B in field (Köln 3212). BMC 2370). cuirassed bust right. eagle standing half left. holding double cornucopia. Köln 2896). L . year 5 = 225/6.E in field (BMC 2220. year 3 = 286/7. and Maximian. L . palm branch on caduceus before. BMC 2386). another as Augustus. laureate. Billon Tetradrachm. holding rudder and cornucopia. rev. Gordian III. very fine or better (4) £80-100 Aurelian. eagle at feet. year 4 = 272/3. eagle standing right. head left. cuirassed bust right. holding flower. laureate head right. holding eagle-tipped sceptre. wreath in beak. LE to left. eagle standing half left.

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715
715

716

Roman Republic (post 211 BC), Æ Quadrans, 10.31g, head of young Hercules right,
wearing lion’s skin headdress, rev. ROMA, prow right, three pellets in ex. (RRC 56/5;
BMC 255), uncommonly fine, good very fine

£180-230

Roman Republic, ¡ Denarii (3), L. Porcius Licinius (118 BC), head of Roma right, rev.
Bituitus in biga right (RRC 282/8), Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus (116-115 BC), head of
Roma, rev. Jupiter in quadriga right (RRC 285/1), L. Censorinus (82 BC), head of
Apollo right, rev. the satyr Marsyas standing left, wine skin over shoulder, column behind
(RRC 363/1d), good fine to almost very fine (3)

£60-80

717

717

718

718

719

Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio, ¡ Denarius, 3.75g, mint moving with Scipio in
Africa 47-46 BC, laureate head of Jupiter right, rev. elephant right (RRC 459/1; Syd.
1046), toned, good very fine
Octavian, ¡ Denarius, struck by L. Livineius Regulus, Rome, 42 BC, bare head right,
CAESAR III VIR R [P C], rev. Victory standing right, holding wreath and palm, L. LIVINEIVS
REGVLVS (RRC 494/25; Sear Imperators, 157; Syd.1107), struck off-centre, very fine

719

£300-350

£250-300

Augustus (27 BC-AD 14), ¡ Cistophorus, Pergamum, 19-18 BC, bare head right, IMP
arch under which is S P

IX TR PO V, rev. IMP IX TR POT V on architrave of triumphal
R/SIGNIS/RECEPTIS (RIC 510; RPC 2218), toned, good fine

£300-350

720
720

Tiberius (AD 14-37), ¡ Denarius, Lugdunum, laureate head right, rev. PONTIF MAXIM,
Livia as Pax seated right, holding branch and sceptre (RIC 30; RSC 16a), very fine,
together with a Caesarea ¡ Drachm of Tiberius with his laureate head right, rev.
standing figure on Mount Argaeus (BMC 11; Sear, GICV, 289), good fine (2)
Both are strong candidates to be considered a “Tribute Penny”, as both are silver and bear the
head of the “Caesar” current at the time of Christ.
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721
721

722

722

723

Tiberius (AD 14-37), ¡ Denarius, 3.81g, Lugdunum, after AD 16, laureate head right,
rev. PONTIF MAXIM, female seated right holding sceptre and branch, chair legs
ornamented, single line below (BMC 48; RIC 30), reverse slightly off-centre, good very fine

£600-800

Tiberius (AD 14-37), Denarius, 3.71g, Lugdunum, laureate head right, rev. PONTIF
Livia as Pax seated right, chair legs ornamented, holding sceptre and branch (RIC
30; BMC 48), very fine

£500-700

Caligula (AD 37-41), Æ As, AD 37-38, bare head left, rev. VESTA, S-C, Vesta seated left,
holding patera and sceptre (RIC 38; BMC 46; RCV 1803), smooth green patina, about
extremely fine, reverse very fine

£200-300

MAXIM

723

724
724

725

725

Claudius (AD 41-54), Æ As, 9.67g, Rome, c. 41-50, bare head left, TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR
AVG P M TR P IMP, rev. S-C, Minerva advancing right, holding shield and brandishing javelin
(RIC 100; BMC 149), dark green patina, very fine

£300-400

Claudius (AD 41-54), ¡ Tetradrachm, 13.94g, Antioch, bare head right, rev. Zeus
seated left, holding Nike and sceptre, NI to left, A Σ in ex. (RPC 4116), flan crack at 9
o’clock on obverse, graffito before neck, good fine, rare

£300-350

726
727
726

727

Nero (AD 54-68), Denarius, 3.48g, Rome, bare head right, rev. Virtus standing left, right
foot on cuirass, holding spear and parazonium, shield on the ground (RIC 26; RSC 220),
cleaned, good fine

£300-350

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

£400-600

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729
728
728

729

Nero (AD 54-68), Dupondius, Lugdunum, AD 65, laureate head left, globe at point of
bust, rev. VICTORIA AVGVSTI, S-C, Victory walking left, holding wreath in right hand and
palm in left (BMC 352; RIC 450), mark in field, ?die flaw, by Nero’s face, very fine

£150-200

Nero (AD 54-68), Æ Semis, 64, laureate head right, rev. CERTA QVINQ ROM CON, S C in
exergue, agonistic prize-table, with prize-urn and wreath on top, discus propped against
a leg (RIC 246; WCN 321), attractive, very fine

£100-130

730
730

x731

731

Galba (AD 68-69), Denarius, 3.26g, Rome, bare head right, rev. S.P.Q.R./O.B/C.S within
oak-wreath (RIC 167; RSC 287), toned, marks in fields, very fine

£400-600

Vespasian (AD 69-79), ¡ Denarius, 3.31g, laureate head right, rev. IVDAEA, veiled
Jewess seated right on ground, in mournful attitude at foot of trophy (RIC 2; BMC 35;
RSC226), attractive blueish tone on obverse, good very fine, reverse very fine

£300-400

PROVENANCE:

Gemini LLC, Auction V, 6 January 2009, lot 260
Displayed at Cincinnati Art Museum, 1994-2008, no. 146
732

Vespasian (AD 69-79), ¡ Denarius, 3.26g, 71, laureate head right, rev. TRI POT II COS
Pax seated left, holding branch and caduceus (RIC 39; RSC 566; RCV 2313), good
very fine
III PP,

£80-100

733
733

Divus Augustus, Sestertius, restored issue of Titus, AD 80-81, Augustus seated left,
holding patera and sceptre, rev. S C in centre, above, REST (BMC 261; RIC 402), green
patina, very fine

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734

Nerva (AD 96-98), Sestertius, AD 97, laureate head right, rev. VEHICVLATIONE ITALIAE
two mules grazing, one left, the other right, in front of the pole and harnesses
of a cart resting upright, SC in exergue (RIC 93; C.143), good fine, an interesting type,
rare
REMISSA,

£200-300

This coin records the abolition of impositions on private citizens for the provision of transport
for the imperial postal service set up by Augustus
735

Roman coins (4), Trajan, Denarius, rev. SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI, Felicitas standing left,
holding caduceus and cornucopiae (RIC 271; RSC 404b), Hadrian, Denarius rev.
Hispania reclining left, rabbit behind HISPANIA (RIC 306; RSC 834), denarius, rev. eagle
looking left, body inclined to right (RIC 191; RSC 430), with Marcus Aurelius,
Denarius, Egypt, Hadrian, Tetradrachm, head of Zeus-Ammon right, L Γ, some with
green residue, generally fine to very fine (5)

£40-60

736
736

Hadrian (AD 117-138), Æ Sestertius, 25.49g, Rome, 128-132, laureate head right, rev.
HILARITAS P R, S - C in field, COS III in ex., Hilaritas standing half-left, holding palm-branch
and cornucopia, between small figures of a boy and a girl (RIC 970; C. 817), natural
brown tone, good very fine

£800-1,000

737
737 (x1.5)
x737

Antoninus Pius (138-161), Aureus, 7.29g, 153/4, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVII,
draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. COS IIII, Antoninus, togate, standing left, holding
globe and roll (RIC 233d; BMC 814; Calicó 1529), extremely fine, extremely rare
PROVENANCE:

Numismatik Lanz, 5 January 2009, lot 113
161

£4,000-6,000

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738
738 (x1.5)
Faustina Senior, wife of Antoninus Pius, Aureus, 7.12g, Rome, 141-61, DIVA FAVSTINA
draped bust right, rev. AETERNITAS Aeternitas, standing left, holding patera and rudder on
globe (RIC 349a; BMC 371; Calicó 1743b), edge-mark, about extremely fine

x738

£4,000-6,000

PROVENANCE:

Numismatik Lanz, 5 January 2009, lot 116

739
739

740

741

743

744

741

Pescennius Niger (spring AD 193- spring/summer AD 194), ¡ Denarius, 3.35g,
Antioch or Caesarea, laureate head right, IMP CAES C PESC NI[GER IVST] AVG, rev. [SA]LVTI
[AV]GVSTI, Salus standing right, feeding snake held in her arms, altar on right (RIC 77;
BMC p.80, ‡ note; RSC 68), almost very fine, rare

£400-600

Clodius Albinus, Caesar (AD 193-195), ¡ Denarius, Rome, 193, bare head right, rev.
Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe, and sceptre (RIC 1a; RSC 58), very
fine, scarce

£150-180

Clodius Albinus (late AD 195-19th Feb. 196), ¡ Denarius, 2.93g, Lugdunum, laureate
head right, IMP CAES D CLO SEP ALB AVG, rev. Fides standing left, holding corn-ears and
basket of fruit (RIC 17; BMC 282; RSC 20a), a few light scratches under tone, very fine,
scarce

£150-200

742
742

740

743

744

Trajan (AD 198-217), ¡ Denarius, laureate bust right, rev. PONT MAX TR POT COS II,
Vesta seated left, holding patera over altar (sic) and cornucopia (RIC 21; RSC 288),
cabinet tone, scratch before bust, very fine
Diadumenian (217-18), as Caesar, Denarius, 2.85g, draped bust right, M OPEL
DIADVMENIAN CAES, Spes walking left, holding flower and raising hem of skirt,
PVBLICA (RIC 117; RSC 21a), toned, dig below chin, about extremely fine

£80-100

ANT
SPES

Julia Soaemias, mother of Elagabalus, ¡ Denarius, 220-222, draped bust right, rev.
Venus standing half left, holding apple and sceptre, star on left (RIC
241; RSC 8a), extremely fine

£400-450

VENVS CAELESTIS,

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£80-100

draped bust right. holding sceptre (RIC 11. BMC 34. rev. some smoothing in fields. rev. 286-305). rev. about very fine. dark green patina. C. Providentia standing left. draped and cuirassed bust right. Yourukova 264).London 745 746 745 747 Maximus. 2014 . 8). Æ Follis. and a Follis of Constantine I (307-337). Africanus (AD 238). green patina. SECVRITAS AVGG SC. A in field (RIC 212. RCV 8499). Æ Sestertius. light corrosion patch in reverse field. RSC 1). AEQVITAS AVGG. draped bust right. Heraclea. rev. 24). Genius standing left. COL FL PAC DEVLT. holding patera in right hand. rev. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI. helmeted. laureate head right. rev. ¡ Denarius. extremely fine (2) £100-140 Diocletian (AD 284-305). Antoninianus. extremely fine. MARS Mars walking right. in ex. HTΓ (RIC 19b). holding spear and trophy. radiate. draped and cuirassed bust right. Antoninianus. rev. draped and cuirassed bust right. 295-96. C in field (RIC 386. radiate. Follis. laureate. Securitas seated left. 748 748 749 750 Gordian III (238-44). holding scales and cornucopia. almost extremely fine £350-400 Gordian I. Caesar (AD 235-38). both silvered and almost extremely fine (2) £80-100 VICTOR. silvered. two captives bound and seated either side of standard inscribed VOT XX. Thessalonica. Hercalea. attractive. almost very fine £100-120 AVG.lituus. Deultum. VIRTVS EXERCIT. draped bust right. C. 746 747 PROVIDENTIA DEORVM S-C. Lugdunum. bare-headed. almost complete silvering. rev. bearded head right. Æ Follis. KE in ex. Lugdunum. Carinus (283-285). 751 ROMANI. cornucopia in left. extensive silvering. laureate. Antoniniani (9). about extremely fine £120-180 Probus (276-82). cuirassed bust right. holding wand over globe and cornucopia (RIC 19. laureate. Genius standing left holding patera. rev. male statue within tetrastyle temple (BMC -. RCV 8452). laureate head left. rare £500-700 Balbinus (AD 238). a variety of bust types and reverses. very fine and better (9) £100-150 Numerian (283-84). modius on head. (RIC 12b). simpulum and sprinkler (RIC 1. GENIO POPV-L-ROMANI. BMC 12. Æ 24mm. knife jug. rev. Aequitas standing left. PIETAS priestly implements. Æ Sestertius. laureate. 752 752 x753 Maximianus (first reign 286-305). Cyzicus. in ANACS holder graded AU53 £80-100 163 .Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 163 22 & 23 September. extremely fine £50-70 Maximianus (first reign. GENIO POPVLI Genius standing left.

London. rare £180-220 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 175. radiate and draped bust of Sol right (RIC 890). Bastien 22).89g. Æ Follis. RIC 312). bare-headed.(LRBC 58. weak in legend. head left. Mars. III to left.SPinK.Com Page 164 . advancing right. HOC SIGNO VICTOR ERIS. bare-headed. brown patina. Æ Centenionalis. laureate bust of Licinius left. mint-mark PTR (RIC 825). bare-headed. (RIC 304). cuirassed bust right. being crowned by Victory standing behind him. (RIC 17). laureate. extremely fine £60-80 Decentius. PLN (RIC 109). together with a Centenionalis of Constantius II. very fine or better (2) £120-160 Magnentius (350-53). fully silvered. VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAE. (RIC 189). Siscia. Chi-Rho symbol flanked by alpha and omega. VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAES. draped and cuirassed bust right.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 164 anCient. bare-headed. holding thunderbolt. A behind. IOVI CONSERVATORI AVG. Heraclea. Trier. TAR in ex. Trier. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 755 754 754 x755 Constantine I (AD 307-37). MHT∆ in ex. IMP CONSTANTINVS P AVG. SOLI INVICTO COMITI. two Victories standing facing each other. two Victories standing facing each other. Æ Centenionalis. 6. 310-313. Caesar (350-53). IMP LICINIVS AVG. about extremely fine £150-200 Licinius I (AD 308-24). 309-313. TRP in ex. 351. FELICITAS REIPVBLICE. cuirassed. holding between them a wreath containing VOT/V/MVLT/X. BSIS AND CRESCENT IN EX. ¡ Argenteus. Æ Centenionalis. holding transverse spear in right hand and shield in left hand. seated on eagle standing right with wings spread. 350-353. 3. very fine. small flan crack.14g. IM CAE MAGNENTIVS AVG. brown patina. holding Victory on globe and labarum A to right. bare-headed. draped bust left. 317. A behind. extremely fine £60-80 A WWW. rev. TRP in ex. SAR in ex. rev. flan split at 5 o’clock on reverse. naked but for chlamys. two Victories standing facing each other. Trier. A behind. rev. Bastien 40). laureate. holding between them a wreath inscribed VOT/V/MVLT/X set on column. E/IS in field. (RIC 263. pearl-diademed. Constantius standing left holding labarum. sceptre over shoulder. (RIC 306. rev. holding between them a wreath containing VOT/V/MVLT/X. TRP in ex. exergue. 28 September 2005. behind. lot 482 756 756 757 758 759 760 761 762 757 Magnentius (350-53). extremely fine £130-150 Constantine I (AD 307-37). Æ Follis. rev. laureate and cuirassed bust right. PROVIDEN-TIA AVGG. (LRBC 438). rev. rev. camp gate with three turrets. Æ Centenionalis. draped and cuirassed bust right. Æ Follis. right hand holding thunderbolt and left hand holding sceptre. extremely fine £100-130 Licinius I (AD 308-24). Trier. cuirassed bust right. sceptre over left shoulder. extremely fine £80-120 Magnentius (350-53). holding mappa and globe. extremely fine £60-80 Decentius. D N MAGNENTIVS P F AVG. Arles. cuirassed bust right. Arles. Caesar (AD 350-53). 350/1. Trier. draped and cuirassed bust right. draped and cuirassed bust right. Jupiter right. VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAES. rev. rev. rev. Æ Centenionalis. Magnentius standing left.

Jovian (363-64). draped and cuirassed bust right. Focas and Leontia (602-10). TRPS in ex. facing busts of Constans wearing chlamys. 1903 and uncertain overstrike). Half Follis. Bronze Folles. rosette-diademed. year 7 (cf Sear 361). pearl-diademed. VOT/V/MVLT/X in wreath. 4. DN ARCADI-VS PF AVG. rev. ¿ Solidus.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 165 22 & 23 September. lustrous in parts. Constantinopolis. Siliqua.42g. Justin II and Sophia (2) (565-78). both extremely fine (2) 764 764 765 £100-140 766 Valentinian I (364-75). about fine to very fine (12) 768 x768 769 770 769 £70-100 770 Maurice Tiberius (582-602). Constantinople. Constantinople. (RIC 108).51g. a plumed helmet with cross and Constantine IV.09g. marks at 12 o’clock on rim. holding globe. cross potent on three steps. CONOB (RIC 70c). ASIRM in ex. Solidus. Constantinople. RSC 14a). 4. Justin I (518-27). 1. Follis (Sear 1761). DOC 47). diademed. Sirmium. 1889. very fine £100-140 Constans II (641-68). Maurice Tiberius (582-602). year 3 (Sear 369). rev. rev. AE3. (RIC 106d. 1853. ?Constantine VII. 4. diademed bust right. anonymous (10th11th cents) (5) (Sear 1818. 1. rev. weakness at bottom of the bust. VICTORIA AVGY. seated. Constantinople (Sear 62). inverted Z. very rare £800-1. holding sceptre and shield inscribed VOT V MVL X. rev. LRBC 1623). officina. about extremely fine £600-800 Eugenius (392-94). rev. ANTI in ex. ¡ Hexagram.000 165 . 4. MIB 141. Constantinople. Roma seated left. holding Victory and spear. CONOB (Sear 953). between two palm branches (Sear 987. holding labarum and Victory. year 19 (Sear 163). CONCORDI-A AUGGG A. 2014 . draped and cuirassed bust right. diademed bust right. Trier. chipped. cuirassed bust left. good fine £350-400 Arcadius (AD 383-408). draped and cuirassed bust right. good very fine. rev. helmeted. Nicomedia. cross between them.43g. Tremissis. scratch on cheek. marks on edge. exergue. chi-rho above K. 383-388. good very fine £350-450 Constans II (AD 641-68). edge chipped. Æ 3. nearly very fine £500-700 REIPVBLICAE. wearing pearl-diademed helmet and holding spear and shield. 765 766 BYZANTINE COINS 767 Byzantine. exergue. Solidus. VOT/X/MVLT/XX in wreath. Antioch. wearing crown and chlamys.20g. wearing chlamys and a crown with cross. Constantinople. graffiti. (RIC 118.London 763 Julian II (360-63). BSIRM in ex. Antioch. Constantinople. year 4 (Sear 492). Sirmium. year 7 (Sear 671). rev. cross potent (Sear 488). RESTITVTOR Valentinian standing facing.46g. (RIC 1a). cross potent set on three steps. Justinian I (527-65). bust facing with short beard.

varied state. Dupondius. very mixed condition. 74. rev. Constantinople. Antoninianii (33).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 166 anCient. Felicitas standing left (RIC 716). Julia Domna. 1. HIS CRISTOS REX REGNANTIUM (somewhat blundered). good fine to almost very fine £800-1. Argyrus (AD 1028-34). Julia Mamaea. rev.L. 3rd cent. almost very fine (4) £300-400 Roman coins. ΠAPΘENE COI ΠO∆VAINE. helmeted bust of Mars. AD. rev. who knew of another smaller example in the ANS. holding long patriarchal cross and patriarchal cross on globe (cf. Vespasian (AD 69-79). Septimius Severus. Sestertius. Salonina.Θ in field. cross behind head. MARS PROPVG (RIC 145). fine to very fine (14) £100-140 Roman Denarii (21). together with a Constantine I Follis of Trier. but Grierson felt sure it was gilt. Diocletian. rev. left holding book of Gospels. Maximus. ¡ Miliaresion. 14 and Grierson in DO. and sceptre (RIC 511d). Carus (3). Probus (3).200 Romanus III. mostly third and fourth centuries. Maximian (3). in an accompanying letter Peter Donald accepts the authenticity of the piece despite its low weight. Justinian standing facing. OC H∆ΠIKE ΠANTA KATOPΘOI. Philip I. Mars advancing right. Trajan Decius. draped and cuirassed bust right. Victorinus. rev. radiate head right. laureate bust right. Valerian II. Æ from different rulers mixed condition (9) £40-60 Antoniniani (22). rev. DOC 3. and a Marcianopolis Æ of Elagabalus. including Gordian III.SPinK. Sestertius. about extremely fine £1. cuirassed bust right. The Sabatier piece is described as being gold. Philip II. drapery on far shoulder. generally fine to very fine (54) £500-700 Roman Bronzes (4). including Pertinax. Numerian (2). Sear 1822.88g. mainly very fine (23) £200-300 Roman base metal coins (50). rev. Geta. Fortuna seated left. Romanus standing facing wearing loros and crown with cross. knock on edge of Hadrian. Antoninianus.272. holding the nimbate infant Christ in her arms. Tacitus.800-2. a few better (40) £100-150 WWW. Antoniniani of Gordian III and Philip II. Caracalla (AD 198-217).41g. Aquileia. M . comprising ¡ Denarii (11) from the Republic through to Severus Alexander. holding spear and ahield. citing Sabatier pl. [D IUSTINIAN]US SERU ChRISTI. Extremely rare. the Virgin. GENIO POPVLI ROMANI (RIC25a). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 771 771 (x1. bust of Christ facing. a few better (50) £150-200 Roman base metal coins (40). poor to fine. rev. standing facing. Vol III p. Gordian III (AD 238244). RIC 551a). Follis.Com Page 166 . Maximinus I. Jupiter standing standing facing. Providentia standing left. holding wand over globe.5) 771 772 772 Justinian II (1st reign. laureate. BN 1 and BMC (Romanus IV). 1. Gallienus. wearing crown and loros. very mixed condition.000 MISCELLANEOUS LOTS OF ANCIENT COINS 773 774 775 776 777 778 779 Miscellaneous Roman. Sestertius. nimbate. Genius standing left. This piece has some surface erosion which may go some way to explaining its low weight. 685-95). holding cross potent and akakia (Sear 1256. holding sceptre and thunderbolt (RIC 298a). Hadrian (117-138). of Aurelian and Vabalathus (2). Antoninianus. Diocletian (4). mostly third and fourth centuries. rare. 7). MIB 16). laureate. right hand raised in benediction. Carinus (4). Constantinople. Severus Alexander. rev. very fine. poor to fine. head right. ¿ Tremissis. Holding rudder and cornucopia (cf. Gordian III.

142). A.218. mintless type (Misr). ‘Abd Allah bin al-Zubayr (680-92).13). 258. temp. Falus (8). BBA (the Court mint) AH77. temp. Walker 248).15. mint and date unclear. 3. rev. 16). 4. Ziyad bin Abi Sufyan (665-73). Æ Fals (120).29. DA (Darabjird). a little staining.24g. about very fine 167 £140-160 .68 of the post-Yazdigerd era. Anonymous (late 7th century). type 10b. together with another Æ Pashiz of similar type. other unidentified Falus (4). Sasanian bust right. post-Yazdigerd era 57. bismillah in margin. 4. AH52. AH131 (Klat 431. fine and rare. Eshragh 170). 2.55g. the first good fine. very good (2) £120-150 Single year type ISLAMIC COINS 783 x783 x784 785 Umayyad. the second corroded.141. Marwan II (744-50). mintless type. scarce (2) £150-200 Arab-Sasanian. rev.127. Pahlavi word danbwt in margin (A. Drachm. A. the second fine. AH69 (SICA I.8). YZ (Yazd). li’l khalifa below legend (Bernardi 73.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 167 22 & 23 September. DA. Æ Pashiz.1). extremely fine £250-300 Umayyad. ¿ Dinar. A.London ARAB-SASANIAN COINS 780 x780 x781 x782 Arab-Sasanian. the first with caliphal title. Umayya bin ‘Abd Allah (693-98). Drachm. A. the second without title.45. al-Samiya. the first damaged. small area of outer edge missing. ¿ Dinar. good fine. scarce. stained. fire altar with abzud baraka (has increased benediction) in margin (Gyselen p. bism allah rabi in margin (A.56g.27g. 486. Dirham. al-Rashid (786-809). Umayyad/Abbasid. about fine to fine (120) £300-400 786 786 Abbasid. extremely fine. BN (unidentified mint in Kirman province). rare (2) £200-250 Arab-Sasanian. 2. Drachms (2). yr.24g. poor to good fine (13) £80-100 Umayyad & Abbasid. good very fine. AH190. 2014 . Marwan II. an interesting group. AH128 (A.

3. al-Shash. Suq al-Ahwaz. AH176 (A. Idiris II (791-828). ‘Abd Allah below (Bernardi 120.233. caliph’s name below legend (Bernardi 81.Com Page 168 £200-250 . 158De. al-Ma’mun (810-33). additional legend li’l-khalifa al-imam. A. temp. 2. al-Mutawakkil (847-61).1). ¿ Dinar. 2. 3. 4. ¿ Dinar. possibly AH185 (A. both good fine (2) £200-250 Abbasid. Idrisid. Ibrahim I (800-11).1. 4. very fine and good fine (2) £300-400 Kharijite of Tudgha.SPinK. date unclear. A. possibly Tudgha. ¿ Dinar. weak clipped area on edge.82g.75g.268). Aghlabid. rev.1. Madinat al-Salam. A.2). good fine (3) £150-200 792 792 Aghlabid. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 787 x787 788 788 Abbasid. naming Abu’l ‘Abbas below legend (Bernardi 162Qf. al-Nasir (1180-1225).10g. without name of heir (Bernardi 160Qf. AH248. AH317.235. AH181 (A. AH253. ‘Abd Allah I (811-16). rev. AH60-. A.437). Ifriqiya. al-Shash. the second possibly ex-mount. 242Nf. ghalib above legend. Dirham. AH200. 4. al-Musta’in (862-66).A.435). Misr.21g.15g.420). ¿ Dinar. al-Muqtadir. mintless type. AH243. 9. flans slightly impaired in places.86g. Madinat al-Salam. 245. Tudgha.222. 229.55g. Dirham.430). 4. rare £300-350 789 x789 Abbasid. AH196.35g. mint unclear. mintless type (Misr). ¿ Dinar. ¿ Dinar. Khalaf bin al-Muda’ (791-92). rev. about very fine. al-Mu’tazz (866-69).3). AH615 (A. otherwise very fine. fine and very fine (2) £200-250 790 x790 x791 Abbasid. ¿ Dinars (2).01g.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 168 anCient. scarce WWW.

Ibrahim below (Bernardi 138.31g.444).21g.25g. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:58 Page 169 22 & 23 September. mintless type. ghalib above legend. about very fine £120-150 797 798 796 796 797 798 Aghlabid. rare with mint £250-300 Tulunid. mintless type. ghalib above legend.446. 2. the second clipped. second series. AH254. 4. Abu Ya’qub Yusuf I (1163-84). rev.661). Ibrahim below (Bernardi 134. naming mint official Dadi. good fine and fine (2) £250-300 Aghlabid. the second with masrur below legend (Bernardi 122. A. Marrakush. 4.438).19g. undated (Hazard 494. 447). a small dent in obverse field. A. first series. rev.04g.446). Abu Ya’qub Yusuf I.20g. very fine. 2. ¿ 1⁄ 2 -Dinar. ¿ Dinars (2). 4. undated (Hazard 488. Ziyadat Allah I (816-37). Muhammad II (864-74). AH248. rare with mint £400-450 799 799 x800 800 Muwahhid. one blow on reverse of flan. Ibrahim II. mintless types. 4. 214. very fine £200-250 Aghlabid. A. Muhammad below (Bernardi 134.447). A. reverse double struck and a little crimped. Ibrahim II (874-902). ghalib above legend. very fine (2) £300-400 Aghlabid. mintless type. A. 4. very fine £200-250 Muwahhid. Muhammad II (864-74).24g.16g. Ahmad (856-63). ¿ Dinar. A. Ahmad bin Tulun (868-84). Misr. 2014 . pleasing. rev. Muhammad below. AH204. ¿ Dinar. AH281.483). ¿ Dinar. 4. mintless type.483). ¿ Dinar. ¿ Dinar. about very fine. the first weakly struck. mintless type. 138. Hadr Marrakush. good fine. 4. 4. AH266 (A.29g. otherwise very fine £150-200 169 .London 793 x793 794 x795 794 795 Aghlabid. ghalib above legend. rev. Ahmad below (Bernardi 132. ¿ Dinar.21g. AH256. 124. ¿ 1⁄ 2 -Dinar. ghalib above legend. AH273. A.

680. Zafar. 3.719A. 660 (2). San’a.2). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 801 x801 Ikshidid. 648. clipped. A. al-Mustansir (1036-94). scarce (3) WWW. Faraj (second reign 1406-12). 659. ¿ Dinar.71g.1084. Kafur (966-68). ‘Azzan AH638. Filastin. 1. Mansuri Dirham. AH460. good fine and about fine (2) £200-300 802 x802 Fatimid. some staining.1). ¿ Dinar (Ducat standard). 3. Dirwah. fine and very fine (2) 804 803 x803 x804 x805 £250-300 Fatimid.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 170 anCient. good fine. AH471 (Nicol 2017.SPinK. very fine £100-150 Rassid (second period). 1. AH648 (A.1083). al-Iskandariya. 1085).70g.60g.59g. very fine to extremely fine (9) £200-300 806 x806 Rassid (second period). A.77g. 1.93g. rare £200-300 Burji Mamluk. 4. al-Mutawakkil Ahmad (1226-58). possibly Tarablus. al-Mahdi Ahmad (1249-58).978). al-Musta’li (1094-1101). al-Mansur ‘Abd Allah (1185-1217). ¿ Dinars (2). AH355 (A. AH648. 2145. the 1⁄ 6-Dirham broken. Sa’da (A. 719. AH608. date not visible (Balog 628-31.725. 3. ¿ Dinar.38g. single marginal legend (Nicol 2397. ‘Ali bin al-Ikhshid (961-66).Com Page 170 £200-300 . 3. ¿ Dinar.678. al-Qahira. Misr. 664. good very fine. Misr. Mahdawi Dirhams (2). A.1).32g. Zufar. together with a 1 ⁄ 6-Dirham.47g. Mansuri Dirhams (8). AH489. 628. AH350. AH646. the second 3.

Malikshah I (1072-92). this mint not listed by Diler for gold. AH408.04g. 2. Bayburt. ¿ Dinar.98g. Nuh II ibn Mansur (976-97).1401. Nishapur. the first two very fine. AH733 (Diler -. Queen Qutlugh Turkan (1257-82). 1680).68g. 1469. Dirhams (2). AH348. ¿ Dinar. AH407 (A.35g. ¿ Dinars (2). 4. possibly AH486 (A. 2.04g. al-Sirjan. Badakhshan.52g. Nishapur. 3. Nishapur. type C.59g. ¿ Dinars (2). very fine. 2010. Sultan al-Dawla ‘Ali (1012-24). Abu Sa’id (1316-35). 4.2. A. 1608). AH261. ex-mount. very fine £250-350 Ilkhans.2198).000 PROVENANCE: Baldwin.31g.200 814 x814 815 Ilkans. possibly AH448. date unclear. 4.42g. 1468). good fine to very fine (2) £100-120 Samanid. sword under obverse legend (A1439. Qays. AH677 (Diler A-123.65g.1). A.52g. good fine or a little better for type (4) £150-200 Buwayhid (Buyid). ¿ Dinar. 3. 4. Ghaznavid. A. A. about as struck £800-1. very fine 171 £250-300 . Arslan Arghu (1093-97).1460. Anderabah.81g. Ya’qub bin al-Layth (861-79). the last ex-mount. ¿ Dinar. AH478. Kirman.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 171 22 & 23 September. Nishapur.1935). ‘Abd al-Malik I (954-61). ¿ Dinar. Tughril Beg (1038-63). type C. Shahr Firuzan. 270. AH719 (Diler Ab-488. ¿ Dinar.1665.83g. about very fine (3) £300-400 Samanid. Dirhams (2). very fine and fine. Fasa (Fars). Multiple Dirham. 2014 . both scarce (2) £150-200 Seljuq.1581). 4. Multiple Dirhams (3). date unclear. 5.2198). 2. AH720 (Diler Ab-488. Mahmud (999-1030). fine to good fine (4) £400-500 812 x812 x813 813 Qutlughkhanid.000-1. narrow flan (A.2212). extremely rare £1. lot 452 x815 Ilkhans. 7. 1674. AH374 (A. Abu Sa’id. Anderabah. the second date unclear. good extremely fine. Abu Sa’id. ¿ Dinar. Banjhir. 6 January. AH344. type G. 5.London 807 x807 x808 809 x810 x811 Saffarid. New York Sale XXIII. Nishapur. Nishapur. Nuh III bin Mansur (976-97).

fine to very fine.2588. later Safavid Larins (3).SPinK. 1.2040). kalima in central panel with names of four successors around. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 817 816 816 Safavid. AH914.2). extremely fine or better (23) WWW. MWI.000 £100-120 .2978. Abu’l Fath Muhammad Shaybani (1500-10).2592. Afsharid Dynasty. early type. legend in windmill style. Nadir Shah (1736-47).500-3. zarb shir mard 914 (A. AH961 (A. Bibliotheque National. Paris. good very fine £100-120 1 818 818 819 Shaybanid.5. Sabzawar. Isfahan. when foundations were being dug for a house in the centre of town.Com Page 172 £2. Tahmasp I. 398). other 20th century coins (19). around central cartouche. an interesting study group (300) These coins were found in a vase in Nishapur in 1942.385. ¡ Tankas (300). ¿ ⁄ 4 -Mithqal. about fine to very fine with original hoard staining. Sind. long thin type (A. legend imam al-zeman caliph al-rahman Abu’l Fath Muhammad al-Shaybani khan khallad Allah te’ala mulkahu wa sultanahu. Isma’il I (1501-1524). MWI. undated. ¡ Larin. rev. AH1157 (3) (KM. good fine to very fine (4) £200-250 x817 Safavid. mints mostly Nishapur or Mashhad where visible. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 172 anCient. Rupis (4).2293-97). Attributed to Astarabad mint by Cabinet des Medailles.15g.

undated (KM. 567). al-Husayn bin ‘Ali. Amid.543. ¿ Sultani.A435).4. Shah Rukh (king 1748-50). 3.91). about extremely fine (KM.2. 23. Ahmed III (1703-30). Qustantiniyah. generally fine or better. Akces (73). Misr. ¿ Zeri Mahbub. ¿ Zeri Mahbub. 127). Æ Mangirs (29).173). AH1143 vii. Mashhad.91. generally very fine (2) £250-300 823 822 822 x823 Ottoman.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 173 22 & 23 September.1340. good very fine.5 (2). Taqi Khan Bafqi (1785-87). AH1197.69g. yr. Yazd. good fine (2) £200-250 Ottoman. ¿ Ashrafi. AH1115 (KM. ya ‘Ali above mint. a good selection including some earlier issues. ¿ Sultani. very fine (3) £300-400 Ottoman Empire (15th -17th century). 30).44g. 2. azz nasrahu (KM. Misr. ¿ 1⁄ 4 -Mohur. 2014 . milled and plain edge types. Mahmud I. 20-Qurush (Riyal). ¿ Zeri Istanbul. AH1223/14. 3. Islambul. very fine. yr. 1324). ¿ 1⁄ 4 -Mohur. possibly a contemporary copy. Æ Qurush (2). 3. scarce £200-300 Zand Dynasty. about very fine.69g. ex-mount.2). AH926 (Pere 156 var. 24. date not visible (AH1199) (KM. AH1334. 105. ¿ Sultani. Mehmet III (1595-1603). Misr. about extremely fine (2) £200-250 Ottoman. Paras (12).London 820 821 x820 x821 Afsharid Dynasty. Mustafa III (1757-74). AH1334. Suleyman I. AH974. the second holed and plugged at top.44g. generally very fine (4) £150-200 1 173 . most with legible mints (114) £400-500 Al-Hejaz. Rasht. Misr. Ali Murad Khan (1781-85). ¿ Zinjirli Altin. Turkey. 1⁄ 4 -Altin. creased. the first and last about extremely fine. Selim (1566-74). all Makka al-Mukarrim (KM. Misr. Mahmud I (1730-54). AH1171 xliv. ⁄ 2 -Qurush. AH1143 iii (KM. 2.). AH1003 (A.8. Abdul Hamid I (1774-89).43g.561. Misr. about very fine and very fine (2) £200-250 824 x824 x825 826 x827 Ottoman. Mustafa IV (1807-8). AH1187/2. ¿ Zinjirli Altin.1.

one with letter vi between deer’s legs. holding a club and ankus. 7. 7. 1113. Qara-Qoyunlu. 7. including Spanish Ummayad. 2478. test cut on chin. 7. Kuninda. Morocco (2). with garlanded spear over shoulder.68. some rare (6) £300-400 Miscellaneous Islamic.748. rev. 2479. AH332. Tanka. Algeria. Huvishka. Budju. 394.97g. with flames issuing from shoulders (Göbl 203). AH1257 (KM. rev. AH1237. al-Mawsil. goddess Ardoksho standing right holding cornucopia (Göbl 223). Dirhams (3). Turkey.75g. Vima Kadphises (c. 2490. 4451-64). Amoghabhuti (late 2nd century BC). Æ Kharuba. wearing domed tiara and holding mace over shoulder. 4. goddess Ardoksho standing right holding cornucopia (Göbl 219). Amoghabhuti.4445. Huvishka. 7. MAO (Göbl 150). AH763. ¿ Dinar. nimbate and crowned bust of king left holding club. rev. ¿ Dinar. Mao standing left with lunar symbol behind. Samanid. French Colonial. Æ (2). al-Mahjam. Mahmud II (1808-39).100-127). naming Yusuf and Pir Budaq. fine to very fine. 4451-64). ¿ Drachms extremely fine. 85) very fine and about fine. Drachms (2). date unclear.15g. Hamdanid. very fine.93g. Drachms (3).354). Bukhara.000-1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 174 anCient. triratana to right (Göbl 18). Iskandar (1420-38). the second with a forked symbol. about extremely fine £1.68g. Kuninda.SPinK.200 Kushan Empire. Ushni. AH392. 397 (A. Janid (c.94g. ¿ Dinar. Huvishka. undated type. Nur al-Din Muhammad bin Mika’il. Æ Coins about fine (5) £160-200 832 x832 x833 834 833 Kushan Empire. bust of king left. later Æ Drachms (2) (MAC. ¿ Drachms very fine to extremely fine. tamgha to left.4445. Husaynid Sharifs. rebel (1362-64). ¿ Dinar. Dirham.100 Kushan Empire. Qara Yusuf (second reign 1406-20). Al-Andalus. tamgha behind. nimbate and crowned bust of king left holding club.Com Page 174 834 . Tanka. 1. Dirham. Abdel Kader (1834-47). Tanka. fine or better (12) £150-200 INDIAN AND SOUTH EAST ASIAN COINS 830 831 India. bust right. about extremely fine £1. rev.000-1.200 Kushan Empire. Nasir al-Dawla and Sayf al-Dawla (942-67). ¿ Dinar.25g. multiple Dirham and other Coins of Egypt. citing his son Pir Buduq I.78g.83g.1598-99). 1. Palestine. Jaza’ir. about extremely fine £900-1. ¡ (10). about very fine £700-800 835 835 836 836 Kushan Empire. holding trident and goat skin. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS x828 829 Miscellaneous Islamic. Æ Coins about fine (4) £120-150 India. rev. Saudi Arabia. 1⁄ 3-Tanka. ‘Imadiya. Mardin. 4.200 WWW.94g. nimbate and crowned bust of king left holding club. god Pharro standing left holding flaming brazier. 3011). one with letter vi between deer’s legs.150-190). later Æ Drachms (2) (MAC.000-1. Huvishka (c. 4. very fine £1. ya Muhammad Khan in central circle (A. Siva standing left.

Vasiska (c. vi between legs. sacrificing over an altar. threeheaded Siva standing before Nandi left.190-230). holding trident and noose (Göbl 509. trident in left field. ¿ Dinar. sacrificing over an altar. 7.3591a). holding a trident and noose (Göbl 506). very fine £1. gho between legs. ¿ Dinar. MAC. rev. king standing left making offerings at an altar. Brahmi letter ga to left. about extremely fine £400-500 Kushan Empire.239-40). MAC. Kanishka standing left.75g. rev. pri to right.83g. Nandi. trident in left field. holding standard right.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 175 22 & 23 September. Vasiska standing left. holding standard right.90g. sacrificing over an altar.81g.3389). 7. about extremely fine £350-400 843 x843 839 844 Kushan Empire. holding garland and cornucopia (Göbl 571) extremely fine £500-600 Kushan Empire. holding trident and noose (Göbl 634).82g. king standing left making offerings at a fire altar. extremely fine £500-600 840 x840 x841 x842 841 x844 842 Kushan Empire. Brahmi letter sa to left. extremely fine. tha between legs. Siva standing in front of bull. ¿ Dinar. rev.000-1. a trident in the left field. Vasu Deva I. about extremely fine £700-900 Kushan Empire. Kanishka II. 3502). pida to right. Ardoksho seated facing (Göbl 558. rev. rare £700-900 175 . holding standard right. rev. 2014 .93g. ¿ Dinar. hu to right. ¿ Dinar. trident in left field. Nandi. Kanishka II (c. hu to right. Vasu Deva I (c.London 837 837 x838 x839 838 Kushan Empire. holding standard right. reverse a little double-struck. rev. Nandi. gho between legs.240-67). Brahmi letter pu under arm. ¿ Dinar.267-98).200 Kushan Empire. ¿ Dinar. Nandi. Kanishka standing left. 7. 7. holding trident and noose (Göbl 634). trident in left field. 7. Brahmi letter ga to left. Siva standing in front of bull.99g. holding a standard right. vasu to right. sacrificing over an altar. Ardoksho seated on throne facing. Brahmi letter ga to left. holding trident and noose (Göbl 635). mahi to right. king standing left. Brahmi letter vai to left. Kanishka standing left. gho between legs. Kanishka standing left. holding standard right. Siva standing in front of bull. trident in left field. 7.298-300). rev. extremely fine £500-600 Kushan Empire. trident in left field. Vasu Deva II (c. sacrificing over an altar. some damage at 12 o’clock both sides. Kanishka II. 7.91g. 7. Siva standing in front of bull. MAC. Ardoksho seated facing (Göbl 558. holding standard right. sacrificing over an altar. trident in left field. rev. Mahi (c. ¿ Dinar. holding standard right.

nimbate goddess seated astride a lion seated left. MAC 4796-4807). 7. MAC –). chandra under arm. sidam under arm. archer type.325-55). BMC Guptas. Gadahara in field right. 1-2. tentatively read as Vira Jadamarah (Mitchiner. ¿ Dinar. rev. tamgha left. Ardoksho seated facing (Göbl 607.40g. Brahmi legend Licchavayah right (cf. rev. good very fine. about very fine £1. Bayana hoard plate I. female figure standing right holding a trident. Chandragupta I standing facing his wife Kumaradevi. holding a bow right. piroysa below arm. BMC Guptas plate III. holding a diadem and cornucopia. 849 x849 x850 850 Gupta Empire.000-1. very fine £700-900 Coins of this type are believed to commemorate the marriage of Samudragupta’s father Chandragupta I with the Licchavi queen Kumaradevi. about extremely fine £300-400 847 x847 x848 848 Bengal. ¿ Dinar. with flan crack. 2-3. ¿ Dinar.51g. obverse weakly struck. rev. ¿ Dinar. Lakshmi seated on a lotus facing.47g. ¿ Dinar. firing an arrow at lion. MAC 4792). Vira Jadamarah (c. As the Licchavis were an important clan it is believed that this marriage facilitated the subseqent acceptance of the Gupta dynasty as the legitimate rulers of vast areas of northern India. Brahmi letter bi left. Land of Water.Com Page 176 . Chandragupta right. 7. ¿ Dinar. tamgha below. rev. some obverse porosity. king standing left holding a trident. plate XVIII. garuda on a stand in left field. good very fine £250-300 Gupta Empire. Brahmi legends Kumaradevi left. rare £500-600 Gupta Empire. 6. 7. king standing left. shaka to right.380-414). king and queen type.200 WWW.62g. Brahmi legends kapapa in left field. cf.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 176 anCient.74g. Brahmi legend left. Chandragupta II. BMC Guptas plate VII. rev. trident in left field. plate IX.81g. king standing left. 7. MAC 3593). holding a lotus right. Chandragupta II (c. both nimbate.SPinK. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 845 x845 x846 846 Kushan Empire.300-30). 5. MAC. sri vikrama (Bayana hoard plate IX. king standing left holding standard and making offerings at an altar. both sides with light scratches. rev. 7.2nd-3rd century). Gadahara (c. king as archer standing right with foot on body of a lion right.335-70).3572). Samatata. Samudragupta I (c. holding a lotus before face. sankavikramah right (Bayana hoard. holding standard right. Ardoksho seated facing (Göbl 585. 22-23). about extremely fine £200-250 Kushan Empire. lion slayer type. sacrificing over an altar. legend narendrachandra parathatara partly visible left. Lakshmi seated facing on lion lying right. imitating Kushan coinage. Shaka (c. 1-10.

I. toned extremely fine. ¿ Fanams (10).702). very fine.192. sun and letter sri above. chauris (fly whisks) either side (cf. ajitamahendrah (cf.800-3. other Coins of India (11).5) South India. I. guptakulavyomasasi jayatyajeyo jitamahendrah. rev. 3. Toyimadeva (1048-75). lion advancing right. horseman type. attractive very fine £800-1. ¿ Pagoda. rev.31g. moon. small umbrella above. Eastern Gangas (early 12th century -1435). Early & Medieval Coin & Currency Systems of Orissa. Western Ganga/Hoysala (c.27g. 2014 . caparisoned elephant standing right. MAC 4839). rev.000 India. bull seated right. Kumaragupta I (414-55). 3.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 177 22 & 23 September. MNI.11th century -1327). about extremely fine 856 x856 x857 £700-900 857 South India. surface deposits.76g. head returned. 4.10). Bayana hoard plate XXV. 11-15.702). rev. Rajaraja Chola (985-1014). 269). pellet-in-annulet and swastika above to left and right. king on horseback riding right. toyi in Devanagari in exergue below. figure holding a conch. Western Ganga/Hoysala (c. caparisoned elephant standing right. Lakshmi seated on a stool left feeding a bunch of grapes to a peacock. extremely fine £200-250 South India. rare £2. triple-tiered parasol. anonymous (c. Æ Kasu in similar style (11). MSI. 4. Kadambas of Hangal. 1986. decorative scroll within lotus-petal border (MSI.I. rev symbol with numerals (various) below: (Tripathy. ¿ Dinar.77g. struck in Sri Lanka. ¿ Kahavanu.192.973-1068). generally very fine.London 853 x851 852 853 Gupta Empire. Chalukyas of Kalyana. extremely fine £200-250 177 . rev. MNI.11th century -1327). rev. Ch. caparisoned boar standing right. MNI 729). Devanagari legend rajaraja right. Pagoda.76g. fine or better (23) £200-250 854 x854 854 (x1. Pagoda. small umbrella above.14g. 226-7). 8. ornamental scroll (MSI. I.200 855 x855 South India. 3. 12-15. ¿ Pagoda. scarce (10) £250-350 South India. standing figure holding a flower (MSI II 318. legend partly visible. BMC Guptas plate XIII. ornamental scroll (MSI.

405). Sultans of Delhi. some reverse test cuts (2) £120-150 India.781. Jalal al-Din Muhammad (1418-32/3). 112. Travancore. Sultans of Malwa. ¿ Tanka.347). fine to very fine. very fine £400-500 Goron & Goenka plate coin for B. MSI. two sri-type designs of four pellets (B. ¡ & ¿ Coins generally very fine or better (68) £200-300 India. Vishnukundin. Tanka (G&G. lead Units (2). Sultans of Bengal Nasir al-Din Mahmud (1433/4-59).’ Numismatic Digest 17 (1993). 3. uniface ¿ Pagoda. 2-Puttuns. 10. Muhammad Shah III (1463-82). rev. Tanka. ¡ Fanams (2).833). B. B. ¿ Tanka. Chuckrams (26). Chatgaon (G & G. crudely struck. fine to very fine (7) £100-120 India. no mint or date. Vijayanagara Empire. ¿ Fanams (18). Tankas (2). Vijayanagara. D. Sher Shah (1538-45). fine with many test cuts and shroff marks. Cochin. Sadasivaraya (1543-70).3). BH. Jalal al-Din Muhammad. crudely struck but very rare. ‘Gold coins of the Paramaras: a reappraisal in the light of fresh evidence. Champaran. Mysore (2). pelleted spearhead.316). Tanka. the lead Coins poor. lead Units (2). Taj al-Din Firuz (1397-1422). 10. ¿ Fanams (9).48. Paramaras of Vidarbha. Chattopadhyaya 91). reverse test-mark. B.404). Sultans of Bengal Nasir al-Din Mahmud.I. Æ Units (7). rare (3) £140-180 868 867 x867 India. Maratha. Fanams (4). ¿ Pagoda. M. the first scarce (6) £150-200 India. other base metal coins (2). holding conch and discus. fine. very fine WWW. B.63. 3.Com Page 178 £400-500 . Mysore. Iltutmish (1210-35). Danujamarddana Deva (1416-18). Hoysala.367-9). naming al-Mustansir.64g. attributed to Venkata III (1630-41). mostly vira-raya types. other Æ Coins (3). Tankas (3). 52-3.66g.B.41g.404 x868 India.205-6). fine to very fine. some test marks. Chatigrama (G & G. Tanka. without mint or date. very fine to extremely fine (18) £150-200 South India. very fine to extremely fine (7) £150-200 South India. extremely fine £250-300 South India. Sultans of Bengal. with kunya abu’l muzaffar (G & G. Chola.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 178 anCient. Sultans of Bengal. Sri Venkateshvara Pati in Devanagari script (cf. Vishnu as Venkateshvara standing facing.SPinK. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 858 x858 859 860 861 862 863 864 865 866 South India. Madana Somha Deva (1450-60). Rath. Æ Coins fine or better. Sri Champarkaran. Gobind Charana Pranava Madana (MNI. very fine £80-120 South India.80g. ¿ 1⁄ 2 -Pagoda. different legend arrangement (G & G. Nagari legend Sri Jagadeva. Tanka for Bengal. rev. Æ Kasu (3). Satavahana. Anonymous. Tanka. 2-Chuckrams (2). pp. B. Æ Cash (5). Bahmani Sultans. Jagaddeva (c12th-13th century). tughra both sides (G & G. Æ Coins (13). Hisam al-Din Hushang (1405-35).

fourth victory type. very fine and very rare £500-600 Goron & Goenka plate coin for B. AH(89)9 (G & G. Sultans of Bengal.757). 770). B.451 870 871 India. with al-mu’ayyad legend (G & G.716-720). the last good fine (3) £150-200 India. mintless (G & G. Sultans of Bengal. good fine (2) £150-180 India. Khazana type. naming abu’l mujahid (G & G.London 869 x869 India.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 179 22 & 23 September.757). very fine. very fine. B. Sayyid Ashraf (G & G. all with clear mints and dates. AH899. Sultans of Bengal. nasir legend type.706. the second very fine.65g. basic titles only. B. test cuts on edge. third victory type. uncertain mint. 2014 . B. some non-obtrusive shroff marks. all scarce (4) £150-200 India. ‘Ala al-Din Hussain. Rukn al-Din Barbak (1459-74). 725.750). good very fine £100-150 Goron & Goenka plate coin for B. B. Tanka. the first with reverse test cuts. Sultans of Bengal. Fathabad. ¿ Tanka. ‘Ala al-Din Husain. Tankas (4).682). Sultans of Bengal.451). ¿ Tanka. rare £500-600 India. Tankas (3). small areas of encrustation.476). Fathabad. Sultans of Bengal. some with shroff marks.69g. ‘Ala al-Din Husain. Shams al-Din Muzaffar (1490-93). 917. good fine to very fine (4) £150-200 877 877 India. B. Sultans of Bengal. Fathabad. Nasir al-Din Mahmud. longer titles with father’s name. good fine £60-80 872 x872 x873 874 875 876 873 India. fine to very fine.535/6). Husainabad (G & G.725). Tanka. giving name and titles of ruler and his father. Muhammadabad. Sultans of Bengal. AH(9)07. 919. very fine or a little better (4) 179 £100-150 . reverse test cut. ‘Ala al-Din Husain. Sultans of Bengal. Tankas (3). ‘Ala al-Din Husain. fine and rare. B. about very fine. weak areas. AH915. 10.746). B. Tanka. Sultans of Bengal. with shroff marks and/or small test cuts. lion left (G & G. Nasir al-Din Mahmud. some reverse test marks. B. Tanka. reverse test cuts. mintless (G & G.750 878 India. 924 (G & G. B. fourth victory type. Dar al-Darb. 10. ¿ Tanka. about very fine. B. Tankas. Khazana. ‘Ala al-Din Husain. Tanka. citing his father. third victory type. ‘Ala al-Din Husain (1493-1519). rare £400-500 India. AH(89)9. commemorative type. reverse flan crack. 10.74g. Sayyid Ashraf (G & G. first victory types (4) (G & G.

136. ¿ Tanka.Com Page 180 . AH1071. Tankas (4). 745). 748). Sultans of Bengal.108/9. uncertain mint (2). 744.738.SPinK. 193. 901. Nasir al-Din Nusrat. B. 11.69g. mintless or unclear (2) (G & G. good extremely fine £450-600 India. ¿ Tanka. Sultans of Bijapur. 744. 744. Tankas (10). Sunargaon. no visible date (3) (MWI. Chawalistan ‘urf ‘Arsah Kamru. fourth victory type. Sultans of Bengal. 135. Fakhr al-Din Mubarak (1334-49) (2).05g. 841. fourth victory type. 10. good fine to very fine (9) £180-240 India. B. rare £500-600 Goron & Goenka plate coin for B. 10. B. Nasir al-Din Nusrat (1519-31). B. including issues of Ghiyath al-Din Bahadur (1320-24) (2).835. Khazana. ¿ Tanka. AH720. very fine and very rare £600-700 Goron & Goenka plate coin for B. Husainabad (2). ‘Ali Adil Shah II (1656-72). Firuzabad (2). 739. Fathabad.81). Tankas (6). 972). Shams al-Din Ilyas (1342-57). Husainabad (3). 741. ‘Ala ud-Din Ahmad Shah II (1435-57). Ghiyath al-Din Mahmud (1532-38). Fathabad (2). 180. ‘Ala al-Din Husain. fine to very fine (12) £200-250 India. very fine. x883 India. AH742. Sultans of Bengal.738. Tankas (9). The authors suggest that this type may have been struck at the Fathabad mint. Fathabad. B.59g. fine to very fine (9) £160-200 India.738. Sikandar bin Ilyas (135789) (3).791. 741.791). 967. ‘Ala al-Din Husain. 745). 2316-20). Dar al-Darb. Lakhnauti. Ghiyath al-Din Jalal (1560-63). Khazana (2). Tirhut Mardan (3). 242). Ghiyath al-Din Bahadur (155560). Larins. AH(10)71. ‘Ala al-Din Husain. a couple of reverse shroff marks and surface deposits.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 180 anCient. fourth victory type. mintless types (2) (G & G. Dar al-Darb (2). Dar alZarb. Chawalistan coin extremely fine. mintless type. B.796). Sultans of Bengal. Khazana (2). Khazana. 739. Dar al-Darb. no mint visible (G & G. mintless type. Hazrat Muhammadabad. Husainabad (3). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 879 880 881 India. Ghiyath al-Din A’zam (13891410) (G & G. mintless or unclear (2). fine to very fine (9) £160-200 882 x882 883 India. Sultans of Bengal. 844. ‘Da’ AH933. 914. BH. Fathabad. 739. 181. Dabul (5). 152. Sultans of Bengal. AH855 (G & G. 741. Tankas (9). mintless or unclear (2) (G & G. fine to very fine (5) £250-300 WWW. others fine or better (10) £180-220 886 x886 887 India.796 884 885 India. Rupee. 747. Bahmanis of the Deccan. Sultans of Bengal. Tankas (9). AH925 (G & G. badr shahi types. B. AH928 (written 982) (G & G. Rupee. Nasir al-Din Nusrat. Firuzabad (2).

Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 181 22 & 23 September. date unlisted in G & G. al-wathiq type (G & G. 328.2). CG. AH962 (G & G. Arabic and Bengali (Mitchiner. ¡ Tankas (7). legends in Arakanese. 2014 . about fine to fine. Sultans of Gujarat. scarce.565.nasir type (G & G.. G. Tanka. AH975. ¿ Tanka. Ilias Shah (Gazapati) (c. Sultans of Kashmir. Selim Shah (Min Razagyi) (BE955-74.1513-17). 1560-73). Mughal. the first very fine. Nasir al-Din Mahmud Shah III (1537-53). trilingual Tankas (3). 116). rare £400-500 India. the second very fine. Land of Water 245. scarce (3) £100-150 181 . in the name of Humayun (1546-50).412. Æ Coins (29). the first about fine. Islam Shah (BE959. AH958.03g. 1597). all scarce or rare (3) £250-300 India. reverse legend Ilyashah saheb fil sultan. the last two extremely fine. Habib (Mahmud) Shah (1555). Rupees (12). three different varieties (Mitchiner. date unlisted in G & G. 1593-1612). extremely fine. Rajgor 2449). 318. Sasnu. 330).London 888 889 890 x888 x889 890 891 India. AH953. extremely fine. Sultanates. Æ fractional Coin (1). the first and last mounted for jewelley. BE959. 12. Land of Water 316. legends in Arakanese. 11. Jitals (5). G & G. rare £400-500 India.95g. probably issued at Ramu. about fine to very fine (59) £120-150 892 892 893 Chittagong under Arakan. Fulus (5). ¿ Tanka. Nazuk (Nadir) Shah (1540-46). trilingual Tanka.100. Sasnu. Sasnu.. 105. al-mu’ayyad. Governors of Chittagong. Arabic and Bengali. Shams al-Din Muzaffar III (first reign. K. Sultans of Gujarat. rare (2) £280-320 Governors of Chittagong. G. Rajgor 2376).

both AH959. 368. BE1000 (2). Taurus. Jahangir. Sanda Thuriya. legends in Arakanese (Mitchiner. and an Æ Token of Sai Baba. BE1014 (2). 1010). Tankas (2). 384. BE1072. 379.Com Page 182 . all Agra. Sanda Wizaya. 387. imitative Zodiac Rupees (3).SPinK. BE1139. the second and sixth pierced. very fine (5) £120-150 WWW. BE126. 406). Land of Water 359-60). 396. the second rare (2) £150-200 Arakan. some scarce (13) £300-350 India. Land of Water 359-60. Trade Coinage (mid 16th century). Maha Thamada.1004.150 type). Thado. the first good very fine. both scarce (2) £150-200 896 896 897 x898 Arakan. very fine. BE1007. about very fine. Tankas (2). Tanka. Sanda Thudhamma. 1652-84). BE1093. 403. Virgo. Sanda Thaditha Dhammarit (2). Tanka. including issues of Narapadigyi. 401. BE1144. Thado (BE1007-14. Narapawara. the second mounted for jewelley. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 894 894 895 Chittagong. Madarit. variant types of letter ‘ha’ in Muhammad (G & G. Sanda Thudhamma (BE 101446. Abhaya. dated AH1027 (KM. 1645-52). BE1099. 364). Mughal Empire. both very fine. Bodawpaya.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 182 anCient. legends in Arakanese. BE1146 (Mitchiner. 364. Aquarius. Tankas (13). BE1097. in the name of Bengal Sultan Ghiyath al-Din Bahadur. together with a Token modelled on a square Rupee of Akbar. 383. BE1007. Land of Water 354. 402. BE1140. fine to very fine. both good very fine for type (2) £200-250 Arakan. B. BE1014 (Mitchiner.

KM.720). Dar ul-Fath Ujjain.460.1). Torgal. Islamabad.5 (KM. Aurangzeb (1658-1707).72g. 10.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 183 22 & 23 September.77g.14).3 (KM. ¿ Mohur.08g. rare 905 x905 901 India. AH1234.100 India. ry. good extremely fine £800-1. Awadh. ¿ Mohur. possibly Khujista Bunyad.3 (KM. extremely fine £400-500 902 x902 x903 x904 903 x906 £500-600 India. 2014 . ¿ Pagoda. Awadh.5 (KM. ¿ Mohur. ry. 10. 390.378. Ghazi ud-Din Haidar (1819-27).468 type.32).London 900 899 x899 x900 x901 India.68g. 10.E438. very fine £400-500 India. Mughal Empire. 11.17 (KM 315. possibly Surat. Mughal Empire. Farrukhsiyar (1713-19). Farrukhsiyar. about extremely fine £400-500 India.1).84g.45). in NGC holder graded MS64 £500-600 India.74g. ¿ Mohur. ry. extremely fine. mint unclear. AH1176 (cf. AH1266.6 (KM. Muhammad Shah (1719-48) ¿ Mohur. Shah Alam II.73g. ry.35. ahd (KM. 10. AH(11)29. Princely States. Lucknow.467. Princely States. Mughal Empire. parasol on obverse (KM. 11. about extremely fine £600-700 906 India. ry. Lucknow. Mughal Empire. Mughal Empire. ¿ Ashrafi. Shahjahanabad. unreported in major catalogues).1). AH1176 (KM.79g. rare £500-600 India.390. 2. 10. Alamgir II (1754-59).33). 10. extremely fine £900-1. obverse test punch.05g. Ganjikota. Wajid Ali Shah (1847-56). very fine. rare £500-600 908 907 x907 x908 904 India. ry.34). Shah Alam II. Mughal Empire. Surat. 10. Mughal Empire.170. Shah Alam II (1759-1806). ry. ¿ Mohur. extremely fine. ¿ Mohur.000 183 . AH1170. ry. AH1207. with title sahib qiran. Mughal Empire. ¿ Ashrafi.89g.

generally fine to very fine (52) WWW. ¿ Ashrafi. Kutch. milled Coins (5). Princely States. Jankoji Rao (1827-43). about fine to very fine. 8. in NGC holder graded AU55 £800-1.133). 10. commemorating 50 years of rule (Fr. ¿ 1⁄ 3-Mohur. Kutch. ¿ 100-Kori. ry.SPinK.2. 1⁄ 2 -Rupee. various types. etc.200 India. ry. Mir Usman ‘Ali Khan (1911-48). 11. Hyderabad. good extremely fine £500-600 913 914 India. Princely States.1055. 48.44g. Jaipur. 24). arms of state (KM.80g. fine or better.. Æ Fulus (27). ¡ Damma. Bikanir. Hyderabad.57a). rev. leaf and date within quatrefoil. including issue with flag. generally fine to very fine (lot) £200-300 916 916 India. frozen date AH1130. ¿ Mohur.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 184 anCient.22.2. Baroda. bust of Madho Rao right. VS1923/1866 (KM. Æ Paisa (KM. ¿ Mohur. 3. VS1994 (1937). Baija Bai (Regent) (1827-33). about extremely fine £1. Gwalior. Princely States. ¿ Mohur. Ganga Singh (1887-1942). Princely States. Char Minar gateway (KM. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 909 x909 x910 x911 912 x912 g913 x914 915 910 911 India. Madho Rao (1886-1925). good extremely fine £600-700 India. including issues of Bahawalpur. good extremely fine £500-600 India. Princely States.17. Gwalior. Lashkar.000-1. Amritsar. Indore. Æ Paisa (7).126). Sind. ry. mint mark je.81g. AH1358. 7.7.18g. VS1959 (1902). Gwalior. 10.19). Afghanistan.1.1. Mewar. Rupees (4). Lashkar. bow and arrow points down (KM.Com Page 184 £150-200 . Kashmir.000 India. Princely States. and four-petal flower (KM. Bruce M3). Gwalior. Pragmalji II (1860-75). 13. miscellaneous Coins (lot). Princely States. most with leaf symbol.30. Bundi. the first rare.60g. VS1884 (1927). extremely fine £750-850 India.2). mint mark sri (KM. dump Rupees (5).175). Sikh Empire. Rupee.

12. KM.000 India. ¿ Mohur. Madras Presidency (1808-15). ¿ Mohur (Ashrafi).46. rev. Persian legend: nim ashrafi kampani angrez bahadur (Pr.71.356). KM.261. in NGC holder graded AU58 923 923 919 East India Company. Bombay Presidency (1803-24).99g. extremely fine £400-500 India. 5.200 185 .000-1. good very fine £550-600 India.421. extremely fine £800-1. Murshidabad (Calcutta). Bengal Presidency (1793). East India Company. Murshidabad. ¿ Mohur. fixed date AH1202.244). KM114). ¿ Mohur. Surat.57g.149. small crescent on reverse (Pr. 11. ¿ Mohur.266. Persian legend: ashrafi kampani angrez bahadur (Pr.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 185 22 & 23 September. 2014 . East India Company.244). privy mark crown (Pr. 11. East India Company.420). East India Company. Madras Presidency.241.18. ¿ Mohur. undated (1819).London 917 x917 x918 x919 918 India.94). privy mark 5 (Pr. ry. ¿ 1⁄ 2 -Mohur. Bengal Presidency. East India Company. lion holding crown left. Bombay Presidency (1825-31).46.19. privy mark crown (Pr. fixed ry.1). Bombay Presidency (1803-24). 11.55g. good very fine £400-500 India.248). oblique milling left. ry. KM. 12. in the name of Shah ‘Alam II. ry. 12.29g. East India Company.84. 2. Surat. fixed ry.261. extremely fine £350-450 920 x920 921 x922 921 £550-600 India.82g. arms of the East India Company. Madras Presidency.1). oblique milling right (Pr. extremely fine £600-650 925 924 x924 x925 922 India. rev.57g.32g. extremely fine £400-500 India. ¿ Pagoda.46. KM 103.34g. undated (1819). KM. undated (Pr. 11. KM. East India Company. East India Company. KM. good extremely fine £1. ¿ Mohur. KM. fixed ry. AH1183.10 (Pr. Surat. Bengal Presidency (1830). fixed date AH1202.59g.242.19.

double Fanam (1). rev. including issues of all three presidencies.18.5) 928 India.000-12. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 926 x926 927 East India Company. Madras Presidency.1. 1. about fine to very fine (50) £150-200 928 928 (x1. Queen Victoria.SPinK. lightly polished in fields. in NGC holder graded MS62 WWW. miscellaneous Coins (50).Com Page 186 £1. S & W.1). extremely fine £300-350 India. 1835.000 929 x929 India.1). KM. East India Company..3. good extremely fine £10. William IV.1. ¿ 5-Rupees (1⁄ 3-Mohur). Rupees (8). on truncation.452.422).2.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 186 anCient. Æ Coins (36). ¿ Mohur 1841. 3. continuous obverse legend (Pr. 23. undated (1820). lion standing left before palm tree (Pr.244. KM.88g. East India Company.38g. Persian legend: panj rupiya kampani angrez bahadur (Pr.461. S & W. fractional Rupees (5).S.400 . KM.200-1. ¿ 2-Mohurs. East India Company. R. lion holding crown left above shield. bust of William IV right. rev.

000-1. S & W.496). extremely fine £800-1. Queen Victoria.1. some surface marks. 4. 1862. 6. 1862.1.INDIA 1882 within an ornamental border (Pr. ¿ Mohur. plain dress.10.19. Calcutta.INDIA 1862 within an ornamental border (Pr. rev. VICTORIA EMPRESS. ONE MOHUR .INDIA 1862 within an ornamental border (Pr. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left.1.500 British India. rev. 11. rev. S & W. ONE MOHUR . in NGC holder graded PL63 £1. ¿ Mohur 1841. KM. extremely fine £800-1. 1862. ‘V’ in brocade of dress.461. rev.INDIA 1862 within an ornamental border (Pr.480). Calcutta.INDIA 1862 within an ornamental border (Pr. rev.63g. Queen Victoria. Calcutta. KM.6.200 936 x936 932 937 British India. KM. 4. extremely fine £800-1.11. 11. two flowers in bottom panel of jabot. Queen Victoria.2. W. East India Company.65g. Calcutta. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. extremely fine £1. S & W. S & W.6. extremely fine £1.480). 4. 2014 . 11. S & W. extremely fine £1. 6. 11.480). KM. VICTORIA QUEEN.W.62g.000 British India. ONE MOHUR . ¿ Mohur. 11. 1881. KM.000 British India. ONE MOHUR . crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. divided obverse legend. Queen Victoria.6. Queen Victoria.INDIA 1881 within an ornamental border (Pr. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. KM.000 933 x933 x934 x935 934 x937 935 British India.480). 1877. VICTORIA EMPRESS. ONE MOHUR .22. Calcutta. Queen Victoria.66g. 1862. VICTORIA QUEEN.500-2. crosslet 4 (Pr. 1882. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. Calcutta.66g.2).London 930 x930 x931 x932 931 India.64g.496).200 187 . two flowers in bottom panel of jabot. ¿ Mohur.6. rev. 11. ¿ Mohur. ¿ Mohur.11. ¿ Mohur. single flower in bottom panel of jabot. 6. VICTORIA QUEEN. ‘V’ in brocade of dress. S & W. Queen Victoria. KM. ONE MOHUR . S & W. 3.INDIA 1877 within an ornamental border (Pr. good extremely fine £800-1. KM. single flower in bottom panel of jabot. S & W. ONE MOHUR . plain dress.200-1. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left.000 British India. Calcutta.000-1.18.14. restrike ¿ Mohur.2. 4.000 British India. Queen Victoria.496). VICTORIA QUEEN. rev. VICTORIA EMPRESS. on truncation.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 187 22 & 23 September.

KM.15. 11. KM. Queen Victoria.4. VICTORIA EMPRESS. ONE MOHUR . ¿ Mohur. 1889. KM.500 British India.16. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. 7. S & W.15. VICTORIA EMPRESS. 1889. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left.496). Calcutta. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 938 x938 x939 x940 939 British India.20. VICTORIA EMPRESS. extremely fine 944 x944 940 .24.SPinK.66g.INDIA 1889 within an ornamental border (Pr. extremely fine £1.496). S & W.200-1.496).500 941 x941 x942 x943 942 x945 £800-1. VICTORIA EMPRESS. rev.000-5. 1870. Calcutta. light surface marks. ONE MOHUR . ¿ Mohur. 1884. KM.65g. extremely fine £1.500 945 British India. ONE MOHUR . ONE MOHUR .21. S & W. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left.200-1.496).18. ¿ Mohur.66g. 11. KM. ONE MOHUR .496). Calcutta. 6. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. 11.15. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. good extremely fine £1. rev.16.INDIA 1870 within an ornamental border (Pr.22. S & W. 1885.77g.65g. ¿ Mohur. Queen Victoria. rev. 11. extremely fine £1. rev. 11. VICTORIA EMPRESS. VICTORIA EMPRESS.13.496). 6. Queen Victoria. ¿ 10-Rupees. Calcutta.64g. S & W. Calcutta. about extremely fine £1. Queen Victoria.200-1. Queen Victoria.INDIA 1888 within an ornamental border (Pr. ¿ Mohur.496).500 British India. ¿ Mohur.200-1.479).28.000-1. VICTORIA EMPRESS. KM. 6.Com Page 188 943 British India. 1888.INDIA 1891 within an ornamental border (Pr.INDIA 1885 within an ornamental border (Pr. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left.INDIA 1888 within an ornamental border (Pr.000 WWW. 11. rev. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. 6. S & W. extremely fine £4. rev. in NGC holder graded MS61 £1. Calcutta. ¿ Mohur. Calcutta. KM. rev.23.12. ONE MOHUR . 6. VICTORIA QUEEN. KM. ONE MOHUR . 6.200 British India.500 British India. 1891. crowned bust of Queen Victoria left. 6. rev.83g.000 British India. S & W.23. light surface marks.200-1. Calcutta. light scratches before face. Queen Victoria. S & W. Queen Victoria. Queen Victoria.22. TEN RUPEES . 1888.INDIA 1889 within an ornamental border (Pr.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 188 anCient.INDIA 1884 within an ornamental border (Pr.

others (7).02. Pakistan. Bhutan (3). Lysias (1). extremely fine £1. S & W 8.525). Indo-Scythian.5) x949 Portuguese India. Joao V. crowned arms. Coins (90). 1 ⁄ 2-Anna. including 10-Rupee Mahatma Gandhi comemmorative.03. Miscellaneous (19th -20th century).15.300-2. 1⁄ 4 -Rupee. 15 RUPEES . of the Parthians (1).Thomas standing left (Gomes 97. Ancient India.00g. miscellaneous. Azes (4). 1918. fine to very fine (46) £100-150 India & Asia. British Empire. ¿ 10-Xerafins. Sri Lanka (17). 2014 . George V (1911-36). 1⁄ 4 -Rupees (2). 2-Annas (9). various dynasties. Coins of China (21).INDIA 1918 within an ornamental border (Pr. 1⁄ 4 -Anna. Nepal. arms between letters D . Maitrakas (2). George V. punchmarked Karshapanas (6). 4.SD. including issues of Afghanistan. Rupee. 1⁄ 4 -Anna. 1⁄ 4 -Rupees (3).97g. . 1732. a good selection. Indo-Greek. 1⁄ 4 -Rupee. Hong Kong (5). miscellaneous Coins (27). Ancient Coins (83). Republic. ¿ Sovereign. Tibet (14). 1⁄ 2 -Rupees (2). 1⁄ 4 -Rupee. Rupia. 1⁄ 2 -Rupee. Annas (5). 1⁄ 2 -Anna. about fine to good very fine (77) £200-300 x946 949 949 (x1. 1⁄ 2 -Rupees (2). 1⁄ 4 -Rupia. Sasanians (4).M in angles (Gomes 99. Æ Units (32). fine to extremely fine (120) £200-250 189 . Goa. 1⁄ 12-Annas (2). 7. 4-Anna. 1⁄ 2 -Pice. about very fine and extremely rare £2. crowned bust of George V left. 2-Annas (6). Æ Coins (6). Netherlands East Indies and Turkey.114). 1⁄ 4 -Tanga. Rupees (3). Japan (11). Æ Coins (7). India. Medieval India. 1723. 8-Anna. rev. ¡ Coins (18). KM. very fine.London 947 946 British India. CR. Rupee. Guptas (2). Rupees (2). Latin cross.27.2). including an issue of Alwar State. Annas (2). 1947. George VI. KM. the Netherlands East Indies about fine. others fine or better (90) £100-150 South East Asia. Edward VII. Joao V (1706-50). 1 ⁄ 12-Anna. 1⁄ 2 -Annas (3).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 189 22 & 23 September. Rupees (4). extremely fine £180-200 948 British India.500-2. a few edge cracks.500 950 x950 951 952 953 954 Portuguese India. 1⁄ 2 -Pice. Diu. Annas (2).000 x947 British India. GEORGE V KING EMPEROR. 1⁄ 12-Anna. 50-Paisa. ¿ 15-Rupees. William IV. Queen Victoria. Malaysia/Malaya (10). 2. . George V. 1⁄ 4 -Anna. Nepal (12). St. 7. 1⁄ 4 -Anna.98g. including Drachms (14). rev. AH1358.5). Tokens (11). KM.000 Portuguese India. rare £800-1. Token. 2-Annas (5). rev. Netherlands East Indies (9). 1882.O. Miscellaneous. ¿ 5-Xerafins. 1918 I (Pr. 2-Annas (5). Thailand (6).25. Burma (2). Pice (2). Æ Tanga. Straits Settlments (3). 1⁄ 2 -Pice. Rupee.ST . including a Monk Tangka and Sechuan Rupee. about fine to very fine (83) £200-300 Asia.85g.

Anonymous (10th-11th century). legend Sri devayadasya (RGV. Dar alKilafat Shahjahanabad. ¡ Dams (5). the first good very fine. MNI. Æ Units (2).41g. Sri Lamka Vibhu (MNI. MNI. Rupees (7). 831) (1st century BC . base ¿ Kahavanu. together with other Æ Kahavanus (3). the second good fine (2) £200-250 The first thought to have been issued circa 1069-71 following the re-occupation of Polonnaruwa and the expulsion of the Cholas from the island.12g. MAC.504850).2nd century AD). generally about fine (13) £200-250 Sri Lanka (Ceylon). swastika on a stand (Cod. seated figure right. Æ Units (2). others very fine (4) £450-500 WWW. Æ Coins from the colonial period (8). 52-4. Sivakas very fine. 10.15 (1760) (KM.2nd century AD). rev. rev. 20. MAC. rev. ¿ Kahavanu (4). 170. Ahmad Shah (1747-72). ¿ Pala (1⁄ 4 -Kahavanu). very fine.Com Page 190 . ¿ Sivakas (4). large Sri. Lakshmi standing between two elephants. Durrani Dynasty. ry. Sri Lamka Vibhu (Cod. Medieval Period (c. 1. rev. 825). Sri. winged lion seated right.5048-50). Sivasya. fine to very fine (66) £400-500 Nepal.20.47.60. Vijayabahu I (1055-1110). very fine (2) £120-160 960 960 Sri Lanka (Ceylon).168. reverse with two palm trees around standing figure.1098-1540). 2. Æ Lakshmi Plaque. AH1174. Dams generally fine. 172). other coins generally fine (10) £200-250 Nepal.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 190 anCient. mostly dating from the 19th century. annulet above legend (Cod. 4. standing figure (Cod. 961 962 Sri Lanka (Ceylon). Sikh Empire. about very fine.168. Medieval Period (c. 826). gilded. MNI. fine. extremely fine. 825). a few earlier. Rupees (59).766). rev. Sri. Anonymous (10th-11th century). figure seated right with legend sri vijaya bahu.85g. Æ Units fair (10) £150-200 Sri Lanka (Ceylon) (1st century BC . Miscellaneous. type III (3). ¿ Mohur. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 955 x955 956 957 958 959 Afghanistan. scarce. legend Sri devayadasya (RGV.1098-1540). 6.05g. Amritsar. 4.SPinK. ¡ Dams (4). a partial Lakshmi Plaque. the first clipped. Anonymous (10th-11th century). standing figure holds a flower bud. Lakshmi Plaque.90g. rev. winged lion seated right. large Sri. 172). 71. Sivasya. rev. 170. type I. scarce £600-700 Afghanistan. ¿ Kahavanu. scarce. Sivakas very fine.49g (Cod. ¿ Sivakas (4).

828). pseudoPersian legends (MWI. ¿ Kahavanu. 1801. 1895 (2). PS.48-50. 1-Cent. Colombo. 1926. one of the Akas split and repaired. 50-. Akas (1⁄ 8-Kahavanu) (2) (Cod. 57. 1942. Dutch Colonial. 63. ¿ Kahavanu. 1893 (2). 1791. Æ Coins (lot). 81. type II. 64. generally very fine (3) £250-300 964 964 965 966 967 968 969 970 Sri Lanka (Ceylon). 1957.73. 126. 1821. Stiver. Aka (1⁄ 8-Kahavanu). Æ 1⁄ 192-Rix Dollar.54. 64. British Colonial (19th-20th century). seated figure holds a rosette. undated. 2014 . 1925 (2). other Cu. MNI. 1786. 826. very fine to uncirculated (103) £150-200 191 . 151a. 1921B (2). 1785. smaller denominations with rosette above legends (cf. fine to very fine (6) £200-250 Sri Lanka (Ceylon) (c. 1922. 1911.17th century). anonymous. 2326-31). anonymous. Æ 2-Stivers (2).Brass Coins (74) (KM. 2326-31). 1803. 5-. 1919. fine to very fine (10) £300-350 Sri Lanka (Ceylon). togther with base Kahavanus (14). 25-Cents (18). generally very good to fine. 25-. or Ni. Rix Dollar. some with lustre (lot) £250-300 Sri Lanka (Ceylon) (20th Century). 65). 1903.125. various rulers.Ni. Proof Set. Æ 1⁄ 12-Rix Dollar. type III. 62. the first about very fine. 1⁄ 24-Rix Dollar (3). Pala (1⁄ 4 -Kahavanu). Anonymous. 1814. ‘Fish Hook’ Larins (10). 1992. later copy of a similar Stuiver (KM. 10-Cents (39). figure in wreath.4). ¿ Palas (1⁄ 4 -Kahavanu) (3). 1⁄ 2 -Stiver. 62. 827). 1802.London 963 963 Sri Lanka (Ceylon). smaller denominations with conch above legends (Cod.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 191 22 & 23 September. 84). others fine (17) £150-200 Sri Lanka (Ceylon). ‘Fish Hook’ Larins (6). 1908. 80. 50-Cents (11). Cod. 2500 years of Buddhism. 82. pseudoPersian legends (MWI. 67. ¿ Coins fine to extremely fine. Anonymous. 1913. 1895. Anonymous. 1910.1. Rupees (9). British Colonial. 5-Rupees (14). 10-. date unclear. generally fine to very fine (19) £250-300 Sri Lanka (Ceylon) (c. 1⁄ 48-Rix Dollar (2). Æ Stuivers (4).17th century). 1920 (3). 26. 1815 (KM. MNI. MNI. 64. Æ Coins fine or better.19. 827). 1899 (2). 57. 1893 (4). 1917. 1971. good fine to very fine. seated figure holds a conch. 825.1. generally very fine (3) £250-300 Sri Lanka (Ceylon). 1803. Aka (1⁄ 8-Kahavanu). frosted Proof Rupee. Pala (1⁄ 4 -Kahavanu).

including issues of group B.11g. Unit. 24. 11⁄ 2 -Srang.SPinK. Mon Kingdom of Hamsavati (c.516).5th-6th century). rev. very fine £150-200 972 972 973 Myanmar (Burma).1). Dode mint (5).E.638-800).SEA.E. 3-Srang.83g. stylised temple with two annulets below (M.72g. temple containing a stupa of 9 pellets (Mitch. Dodpal mint (6). Fractional-Unit. 23. T. similar obverse. 26. T. 21. Pyu Kingdom of Srikshetra (c.1. ribboned damaru rev.418. rev. 28. very fine (2) £120-150 Tibet (19th . group D (1).16-23. fine to very fine (19) £150-200 END OF MORNING SESSION WWW.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 192 anCient.E.Com Page 192 . group F.600-37). Sho (3) (KM. Gaden Tangkas (13). britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 971 971 Myanmar (Burma). 8. Æ 5-Sho. group E (1).16-11. Unit. Sankh shell within beaded border.21a. T. 10.early 20th century). 431). SEA.16-10. 2. curved conch within srivatsa (c.

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Inedited Arabic Coins. W. 1953. GUILLAUM. Memoirs of the Archaeological Survey of India. E. INDO-BACTRIAN. SELEUCID. V.Com Page 198 . R. TOGETHER WITH five other related offprints. The Coinage of Corea. E. All fine and lightly used condition. Notes on the Early Coinage of Transoxiana. hardback. no. soft cover. n. hardback.. M. 1972. SAHNI. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society containing the following papers: THOMAS. volume 3. Coins of Nadir Shah and The Durrani Dynasty. Analysis of Reasonings in Archaeology. S. RAPSON. M. Arab-Sasanian. Oxford 1906-07. [2] £80-100 [INDIA] WHITEHEAD. The Silver Hoard of Damascus. 1914. Khuwarizmian and Umayyad coins kept in the National Museum of Damascus. Catalogue of the Coins of the Kings of Oudh. binding worn and contents a little loose but a set of important papers. Catalogue of Coins in the Panjab Museum. Graeco-Bactrian and Indian Coins from Afghanistan. 1980. SASANIAN COINS] WHITEHEAD. THIERRY. Sasanian. SPENGLER. hardback.F. The Case of Graeco-Bactrian and IndoGreek Numismatics. The Early Foreign Dynasties and the Guptas. [11] £110-130 [ISLAMIC COINAGE] BALOG. nearly new.SPinK. 1897. 1949. HOUGHTON. The Multiple Dirhems of Medieval Afghanistan. Cast Coinage of Korea. worn.J. Three bound volumes of Steve Album price lists from list 30 to list 132. hard cover. & VERMEULE.d. [11] £50-70 WWW. Hard cover. The Coins of Mongol Empire and Clan Tamgha of Khans (XIII-XIV). 1985. C. hardback. Indo-Greek Coins. vol. hard cover. Catalogue des monnaies Vietnamiennes. (From The International Numismata Orientalia). W. Coins of the Urtuki Turkumans. Lahore. hardback. minor wear.T. W. [3] £80-100 [INDO-GREEK. E. LANE POOLE. Indian Coins. A. P. Persian. The Gupta Gold Coins in the Bayana Hoard. Bombay. LANE POOLE.A. original binding. 1987. A Handbook of Islamic Coins. Ancient Coins of Indian Types.S. 1972. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS o989 o990 o991 o992 o993 o994 [INDIA] ALTEKAR. 1930. 1934.B. N. 1963. All lightly used and sound. The Sultans of Delhi and Contemporary Dynasties of India. minor wear. hardback. O. hardback.C. E. The Coinage of the Early or Imperial Gupta Dynasty of Northern India.G. GARDNER. 1914. hardback. hardback. Hard covers. & WRIGHT. INDOSCYTHIAN. Catalogue of the Coins in the Price of Wales Museum of Western India. Gupta Dynasties. S. card covers. hardback.A. [47] £150-180 [JAPAN. RODGERS. FRYE. hardback. 1894. Inventaire des monnaies Musulmanes Anciennes du Musee de Caboul. The Coinage of the Ayyubids. 1954. very fine copy. The Sultans of Gujarat. E. M. [6] £120-150 [INDIA] SMITH. Medieval. 1. R. Turkoman Figural Bronze Coins and Their Iconography. hardback. soft cover. VALENTINE. Bactrian Coins and Indian Dates. Note on the Historical Results deducible from recent discoveries in Afghanistan. D. VIETNAM & MONGOLIA] JACOBS. GUILLAUME. The Technique of Casting Coins in Ancient India. Kushano-Sasanian Coins. 1935. and Miscellaneous Coins AND Volume 2. Bound in contemporary cloth.A. together with five related offprints. 1973. 2005. hardback. E. AL-’USH. MITCHINER.. SMITH.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:59 Page 198 anCient. Indo-Parthian Coins. ALLAN. minimal wear. M. parts I. BROOME. O. part 2. Together with 15 other small books and pamphlets on related coinage and 19 Sotheby’s auction catalogues containing Islamic coins.N. 1875. hardback. V. NYAMAA.J. SINGHAL. soft cover. MANDEL. C. minor wear. J. hardback.38. Coin-Collecting in Northern India. GRAECO-BACTRIAN. PRINSEP. B.R. H.T. Two volumes. hardback. Catalogue of the Coins in the Indian Museum Calcutta. THOMAS. Japanese Coinage. SOURDEL.B. hardback. Coinage of Old Korea. C. London. minor wear. hardback in original cloth. C. hardback. minor wear. KOREA. card covers. hardback. 1953. 1992-1996.J. rubbed but sound. DAYAL. F. A Catalogue of Indian Coins in the British Museum. 1983. South Indian. The Copper Coins of India. II and III.T. R. & SAYLES. 1990. 1945. Notes on the Dinars of the Abbasside Dynasty. Catalogue of the Coins in the Panjab Museum. VARIOUS. 1844. Volume 1. loose and rather grubby. Coins from the Seleucid Empire from the collection of Arthur Houghton. rather worn and plates in volume 2 loose and worn but complete. 1991. The Panjab and Contiguous Native States. All books lightly used and sound condition. 1913. A. HERZFELD. Lahore. ICHIHARA. P. 19831997. B. H.H. worming and staining to many pages and some pages missing. 1939. ROGERS. worn.

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Monnaies Orientales. 1946. Ancient Trade and Early Coinage. S.. I. 1969. [2] £100-120 MARSDEN. C. Essai sur le monnayage d’argent Franc des Ve et VIe siècles. J. Comprising: Catalogue de la Collection de Monnaies de L.. Monnaies Orientales. Jul. printed spine labels. minor wear. Nov-Dec 1951. as new. Monnaies Antiques et Orientales. All lightly used with minimal wear. sound. volume 3. Istanbul Arkeoloji Muzeleri Teshirdeki Islami Sikkeler Katalogu. The personal copies of Jean Lafaurie with hand-written notes included. All three volumes beautifully bound in quarter morocco with marbled boards and endpapers. 1975. Istanbul AH 1334. Meskukat-I Osmaniyye. OLCER. card covers. volume IV. 1879. 1948. NonIslamic & Colonial Series. 1977. Jan-Jul. Catalogue des Monnaies Turcomanes du Musee Imperial Ottoman. Jan. EDHEM. Two parts. The World of Islam. original printing. Extrait de la Revue Numismatique. Jun-Dec 1952. Asie. A good run of issues comprising: Apr. W. 1905 printing. Monnaies Orientales et Coloniales. volume IX. hardback. Afrique. Amerique. Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine). 2 volumes. ESQ. some wear to extremities. Extrait de la Revue Numismatique. [2] £100-150 WWW. 26/09/1904. WHITE KING. The Coinage of Egypt under the Fatimee Khaleefehs. hardback. Bound in matching brown cloth. & ARTUK. All fine with minimal wear [5] £60-80 [OTTOMAN COINAGE] EDHEM. The Ornamental Copper Coinage of the Ottoman Empire. Mostly housed in annual card binders. 1989. B. Monnaie en argent trouvée à Fleury-sur-Orne. some early issues a bit worn. Forni reprint. SCHULMAN. A. All lightly used. page edges gilt. [Lot] £150-200 SCHROEDER. fixed price list. [26] £100-140 RHODES. Jan. Oriental Coins and Their Values. WITH: LAFAURIE. From Annales de Normandie. Sep. £60-80 SEABY COIN AND MEDAL BULLETIN. hardback. 1964. 28/05/1928. two volumes. Etudes Numismatique. Catalogue of Oriental Coins in the British Museum. J. 1964. volume 1. Oct-Nov 1953. Jan-Sep. WITH: LAFAURIE. hardback. BOUND WITH: Essai de repertoire des trésors et trouvailles de monnaies d’argent frappes en Gaule et en Italie pendant la deuxième moitié du Ve siècle et au cours du VIe siècle. Cilt 1 & 2.SPinK. Card covers. Hardback TOGETHER WITH 20 other paperback booklets relating to Ottoman coinage. 1947. 2004. Ancient and Modern of his collection. Jan-Nov 1947.d.Com Page 200 . Apr. JulyDec 1958. marbled boards and marbled endpapers. Oct. hardback. Catalogue of Oriental Coins in the British Museum. K. Plates PHOTOCOPY only. condition mostly fine. H. Oriental Coins and Their Values. A fine set of this rare original edition. 1889. The Oriental Coins. Annam. J. [4] £150-200 [ORIENTAL COINAGE] A lot of auction catalogues and fixed price lists from the firm of Jacques SCHULMAN containing Oriental Coins. 1959-April 1983. J. & GABRISCH. Deux trésors monétaires Carolingiens: Saumeray (Eure-etLoir). with jacket. The Coinage of Nepal. Aug. C. Texte original. Resimli Turk Paralari. n. BUTAK. [2] £300-400 MITCHINER. Numismata Orientalia Illustrata. May. Istanbul 1971-4. hardback. Plassac (Gironde) et Nohanent (Puy-de-Dôme).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 200 anCient. The Ayyoobees and The Memlook Sultans. ARTUK. 1950. M. Monnaies d’Argent Mérovingiennes des VIIe et VIIIe siècles: Les Trésors de Saint-Pierre-Les-Étieux (Cher). 12/01/1913. N. 30/03/1914. 1954-1956. Additions to the Oriental Collection 1876-1888. 1823. Bound in 19th century quarter morocco. Nov-Dec. Oceanie. Premiere Partie.. Feb. [3] £70-100 LANE POOLE. card covers. 1949. 1979.G. described and historically illustrated. Original cloth. Birinci cild. hardback. 1965. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS o995 o996 o997 o998 o999 o1000 o1001 o1002 o1003 LAFAURIE.

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Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 202 anCient. Thursday. neatly handpriced with buyers names. Papers in honour of Prof. and valuable Cabinet of Coins & Medals formed with great taste and judgment by the late James Dodsley CUFF ESQ. Ikuo Hirayama. F. Anglo-Saxon and English Coins formed by the late Rev.Com Page 202 . Silk Road Art and Archaeology.A. A choice sale which realised no less than £5301.6. $0. 22nd July. Neatly bound in modern blue cloth. Edward John SHEPHERD. Hardback.. Frontispiece portrait of the collector present. 1885. Hardback. 1999.3. Studies in Silk Road Coins and Culture.SPinK. The Hirayama Collection. 8th June. K. Hyman Montagu had offered to buy the entire collection prior to auction for £4000! [2] £90-120 888 41* /. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1004 o1004 o1005 1005 [SILK ROAD COINS] TANABE. M. 1854 and eight following days and 26 June and eight following days. 534 lots. Neatly bound in modern green cloth with gilt label on spine. hand-priced. 1997. [3] £50-80 [SOTHEBY AUCTION CATALOGUES] Catalogue of the very extensive.S.A. Wednesday. One of the great London sales of the midnineteenth century including 70 coins from the Cuerdale Hoard. All virtually as new. 1993. Silk Road Coins. 2502 lots. et al. Card covers. spine gilt. WITH: Catalogue of the very select collection of Early British. and three following days.Z 4QJ OL  QFS T POBM J T FE BD D PVOU 4QJ OL -J WF M BVOD IFE EJ S FD U M Z G S PN PVS  XFCT J U F "O FYU FOT J WF T FBS D I BOE S FT FBS D I G VOD U J PO D PWFS J OH   T BM FT  S FT VM U T  T J OD F  "D D FT T  U P S FM FWBOU  BS U J D M FT  BOE QS FT T  S FM FBT FT "M M  PG  4QJ OL T  CVT J OFT T FT  BOE M PD BU J POT  VOEFS  POF S PPG WWW. :PVS  A . Papers in honour of Francine Tissot. highly important.

1920. hardback. British Period. PRIDMORE. Manchester. Description des monnaies du Moyen-Age. This is that catalogue. n. Napoli. Singapore. H. F. 1982. soft cover. Arakanese Coins. who then donated it to the Royal Coin Cabinet in Copenhagen. however. LE ROUX. Neatly bound in contemporary morocco-backed boards. The Standard Guide to South Asian Coins and Paper Money since 1556 AD. MEASURES & WEIGHT STANDARDS] TYE.A. B. C. A reading copy. plates 9-14. card covers. ROBINSON. hardback. J. Ceylon Coins & Currency. The Coins and Banknotes of Burma. Card covers. worn. Hardback. Malaysian and Afghan Coinages and three works in Cyrillic relating to Central Asian coins. SELLATO. Weights and Measures in Southeast Asia.) Poids et mesures en Asie du Sud-Est. and still an important record of a wonderful.London 1006 o1006 o1007 o1008 1007 1008 [SOUTH. 1981. 288. Christian Jürgensen. severe worming to some pages. Colombo (1921). 354. FERNANDO.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 203 22 & 23 September. M. TOGETHER WITH five other related booklets on Maldive. Early South-East Asian Currency Systems. With the exception of the first. CENTRAL & SOUTH EAST ASIA] CODRINGTON.. Three volumes. n. A. & SHAW. Small octavo. It was the wish of Thomsen who spent many years working on the coins at the Cabinet that there should be a catalogue of his complete collection. AUNG. Catalogue de la Collection de monnaies de feu Christian Jürgensen Thomsen. et al. pp. (Eds.d. M. ALLAN. 2009.M.R. the medieval coins were purchased by direct treaty by some wealthy Danes. worn. card covers. except for the medieval portion. M. card covers. Early World Coins & Early Weight Standards. P. and perhaps the finest of all collections of medieval coins many now in the Danish National collection in Copenhagen. 1973. From the library of Richard Cyril Lockett. R. The royal animal-shaped weights of the Burmese empires. Card covers. some pages torn and very brittle. The coin collection. hard cover. & IVANOFF. 1980.T. B. L. GEAR. A Table of equivalents for the use of numismatists. Ceylon Currency. The Early Coinage of Central Asia. 1796-1936. A Brief Survey of the Coinages of Asia from the Earliest Times to the Present Day. Thomsen died in May 1865. 4 plates. Coins and Coinages of the Straits Settlements and British Malaya. 1939. 2014 . plates 5-8. Very scarce. with his distinctive and attractive engraved book plate on the first pastedown of all three volumes. D. backs gilt. [17] £100-150 THOMSEN’S MONUMENTAL COLLETION CATALOGUE THOMSEN. All lightly used [5] £60-80 203 . all lightly used. card covers. Two volumes. had been dispersed in a series of public auctions.W. 1955. Colombo. [3] £180-220 [WEIGHTS.d. & J. 1992. MITCHINER. 2004/2008. & POLLARD. S.. Copenhagen 1873-1876. 1990. [BRITISH MUSEUM] Grains and Grammes. Hardback. BRUCE. Earth to Heaven.W. J. 1786 to 1931. 318. MITCHINER. Hardback.

Reprint 1972. dated 181-. card covers. card covers. COX. three single. Lennep..von Ihro Grossherzogl. hard cover. 50cm.. together with a mesh purse. with Peter Nichols label. extremely fine condition £600-800 Simmon’s Improved Sovereign Balance. 1910. card covers. Colonial and Commonwealth Coins. the lid interior with paper maker’s label ‘. A History of Currency in the British Colonies. JENSEN. with the usual exception of the three weights for the Louis d’or which are marked 2NS. Durchl. U. £80-100 COIN SCALES 1011 1012 1013 A pair of coin scales and complete set of 22 coin weights by Johann Caspar Mittelstenscheid. brass balance for Sovereign and HalfSovereign. Ostrogoths and Lombards and of the Empires of Thessalonica. in original box. 1NS and 1AS. a wooden box for a set of pan-scales. double doors.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 204 anCient. D.’ branded in lower right corner with the usual stamp iustirt with three crowns. card covers. a set of pan-scales. L. N. The Earliest Coins of Norway. Hard cover. CHALMERS. one a combination Vesta/Sovereign case. with one counterweight.. Catalogue of Coins in the Colombo Museum. very fine (9) £600-800 CABINET 1014 A wooden collector’s cabinet.V. Nicaea and Trebizond in the British Museum. high. plates only. The First Sudanese Coinages 18841916. two double.W.H. R. Computing Jetons. 48cm. the weights all with the calibration mark of the ‘bergische lion’. The Tripolis Hoard of French Seignoral and Crusader Coins. Part I. im Grossherzogthum Berg. hardback. lock. and six weights (lot) £50-80 Sovereign cases (6). SMITH. WRIGHT. wide. 1933. card covers. stamped 9ct.A. [MAZEROLLE] Les Medailleurs Francais. minor wear. 1914. PARSONS. Catalogue of The Coins of the Vandals. deep. 1926. with 30 coin trays 28cm. Danish East India Trade Coins and the Coins of Tranquebar 16201845.. in a maple wood box with two brass clasps. hard cover. 32cm. the balance with two brass pans attached by green cords.. WWW. Muhammadan and European. 1921. 1977. H. [ANON] Monnaies Royales et Seigneuriales de France. DU QUESNE BIRD. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1009 o1009 o1010 1010 [WORLD AND GENERAL COINS] CODRINGTON. x 26cm. D. in original maroon cloth. H.B. hard cover TOGETHER WITH 12 other books and booklets on European and World coinage and four KRAUSE World Coins books [26] £60-80 WROTH. 1911.Com Page 204 £60-100 .E. two small side drawers and one long drawer. all silver. in very good condition.W. W. 1891.SPinK. and two gold coloured Sovereign cases. Buyer to collect. 1997. 1959.

Laf.269. 4. rev.5) 1017 France.E.300 1017 1017 (x1. 2. Dup.19g. Tram.000-1. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Ci. Royal d’or. 11 October 2001.247.London EUROPEAN COINS FROM THE COLLECTION OF SIR RICHARD GROUND O.271.200 PROVENANCE: Purchased from CNG. PHILIPPVS DEI GRA FRANCHORVM king seated beneath pavilion.270. Dup. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Ci. 15 March 1995. Philippe VI (1328-50). good very fine £1. rev. F. Armenian legend Levon king of the Armenians. 1015 Armenia. extremely fine REX.000 . king standing in Gothic dais.251). PHS REX FRACOR. Baldwin.275 205 £5. Levon I (1198-1219). Philippe VI (1328-50). XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 205 22 & 23 September. toned £60-80 PROVENANCE: CNG mail bid sale XXXIII. Pavillion d’or. 5. 18 June 1996. lot 1447 1016 1016 France.251. 2014 . £1. extremely fine. cross between two lions. £2.000-6. king seated holding jewelled cross in his right hand and fleur tipped sceptre in his left.H. holding long fleur tipped scepter in right hand which he points to with his left.B. rev. Armenian legend by the will of God (Bedoukian 295. PROVENANCE: Purchased from A.83g.07g. AC 289). F.266). XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT. holding fleur tipped sceptre in left hand which he points to with his right.

F. Chaise d’or. holding lis topped sceptre in right hand and main de justice in his left.000 PROVENANCE: CNG auction 73. Dup. king enthroned. slightly irregular flan otherwise about extremely fine MISERERE NOB.68g.265.–).250. nearly extremely fine £600-700 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 169. lion at his feet. IOH REX below. floriate cross in quadrilobe (Ci. Laf.64g. king enthroned. PHILIPPVS DEI GRA FRANCORVM REX. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT. Philippe VI (1328-50). lot 339 1019 France. 3. Jean II le Bon (1350-64). lot 1197 1021 1021 France. king seated on Gothic throne holding long lis topped sceptre in right hand and short sceptre in left.Com Page 206 £1. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT. £1.249A.354. holding sword in right hand and resting left hand on shield. Dup. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC fleury in quadrilobe.291. about extremely fine £2. small edge split at 7 o’clock.294). F.262). F.84g. rev.269. PHILIPPVS DEI GRACIA FRANCORVM REX.000 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Sabine Bourgey. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1018 1018 1019 France. lis in angles (Ci.253).000-3. Lion d’or. Mouton d’or. Philippe VI (1328-50). £960 1020 1020 France.270. 13 September 2006. cross PROVENANCE: Purchased from Spink.282. 4.200 . rev. PH DEI GRA FRANC REX. rev. Comptoir Général Financier Monnaies VIII. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Ci. Laf.000-3.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 206 anCient.85g. good very fine £2.292. 16 July 2000. Laf. AGN DEI QVI TOLL PECA MVDI Pascal Lamb with flag. IMPERAT. Philippe VI (1328-50). 4. Écu d’or à la chaise. 19 September 1994. rev. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT.258. 15 June 2004.000 WWW. 4.280. Dup.000-1. Dup. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Ci. lot 1137 Marshall Faintich collection. F.SPinK.290. 17 April 1998. Laf.

about extremely fine £600-800 France.294. IOHANNES DEI GRACIA FRANCORV REX.84g. a very rare variety with the mint mark additionally placed in the initial position on the obverse in error £600-800 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin. the other at the end of the legend. Ecu d’or de Dauphiné. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT. cf. F. rev. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT. DI GR FRANCOR REX. cf Dup. king on horseback. F. Franc à cheval du Dauphiné. Charles V (1364-80). dolphin at end of legend (Ci.82g. cross fleury in quadrilobe. two crowned Rs. point below second letter. XPS VINCIT XPS RENAT XPS INPERAT (the usual reading for this mint). 6-7 October 1999.645).360.40g. king on horseback galloping left. lot 1335 1024 1024 France. F. Laf.279. 3. FRANCISCVS DEI GRA FRACOR REX. Dup.279. Dup.80g. cross fleury (cf Ci. Jean II le Bon (1350-64). point below the second letter.456.457. £800-1.294.. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Ci.82G. good very fine £600-800 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 136.782. Laf.200 1026 France.80g. François I (1515-47).500 1023 France. rev. holding sword in right hand and main de justice in left. £400 207 . Jean le Bon (1350-64).000 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Stacks. Laf.361. KAROLVS DEI GRACIA FR-ANCORV REX.297). about extremely fine. crowned R at start of legend. galloping left.297). XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT. Dup. 3. one at the start of the legend in place of the usual cross. Charles V (1364-80). 28 September 1998. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Ci.000-1. 19 December 1997. slightly irregular edge. 3. atelier letter PL (liés) at end of legend.370a).London 1022 1022 1023 France. $1. Franc à cheval.361. 2014 . rev. the arms of the Dauphiné. Dup. Franc à cheval. Laf.284.285 var. Franc à pied. rev.371). 3. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT.359. IOHANNES DEI GRACIA FRANCORV king on horseback galloping left. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Ci.354. good very fine REX. F. about extremely fine 1025 1025 1026 £1.182. KAROLVS 3. 3. Laf. sun above. rev. F.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 207 22 & 23 September. Romans. king standing beneath Gothic canopy.

Naples.500 PROVENANCE: CNG auction 40. Pannuti Riccio 2).07g. MIR. VII serie (1315-25). WENCELAVS Z IONANA DEI GRA BRAB DVCES.SPinK. Alfonso I of Aragon (1442-58). Alfonsino or Ducatone (Ducato e mezzo). Saluto d’oro. MIR. extremely fine £1. arms of Aragon. very fine £500-600 PROVENANCE: Baldwin auction 8/9. crescent above. lot 1985 1032 Brabant. KAROL DEI GRA IERLM SICILIE REX. cross of Jerusalem in first and fourth quarters. MIR. Venice. lot 1739 1029 Italy. 7-8 October 1996. £475 1028 Italy. Louvain.500 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 115. Jeanne and Wenceslaus (1355-83). St John standing. Del. Christ standing (F. Gamb. rev.7/29. DVX MED-IOLA-NI 3C.XV. Milan.200-1. lot 2250 1031 Italy. a vase of lilies between them (F. rosettes at sides. rev.1). lot 119 1030 1030 1031 1032 Italy.816. 5. 1325/8. St Peter holding keys above shield. all within quadrilobe with pellets in angles (Crippa 1c. DNS M ADIVT ET EGO DESPIE INIMIC M.000-1. 17-8 October 1996. 15 May 1998. 4. Pap.1. conjoined shields of jerusalem and France. 4. 4 December 1996.45. Naples. Fiorino d’oro.30g. PHILIPV MARIA AN—G-LV. visconti shield below dragon crested helmet dividing crowned FI .50g. extremely fine £1. rev.18. stars around. extremely fine £200-250 PROVENANCE: Baldwin auction 8/9. rev.200 .. king on horseback galloping right (F.52g.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 208 anCient. Charles I of Anjou (1266-85). seated lion at end of legend for mint master Giovanni di Buonaccorso (2nd semestre 1325) (Bernocchi II.390.MA.35g. MIR. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC IMPERAT. 3. Florence.53. scarce £600-800 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1027 1027 1028 1029 Italy. 29mm. 3. Doge kneeling before St Mark.500-2. Paol.150/1). extremely fine WWW. Pannuti Riccio 1). rev. 26). duke on horseback galloping bright.11). Pieter d’or.Com Page 208 £1. 9-10 October 1996. tav. Michele Steno (1400-1413). about extremely fine.137.808.54g. lily. standing figures of Gabriel and Mary. possibly from a mount. Filippo Maria Visconti (1412-47). AVE GRACIA PLENA DOMINUS TECUM. 3. Fiorino or Ducato.1230. rev. Ducat. small cinquefoil above horse’s head. F. cross fleury (de W. ALFONSV D G R ARAGO SICILI CITR VLT.

Gaillard 212/213). Glendining. Gaillard 212/213). edge slightly hammered up. 16-18 July 1945.000 Flanders. Golden Rider. Lion heaumé d’or.000 PROVENANCE: Sotheby. rev.F.500-2. rev. lot 603 1036 1036 Flanders. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Del. De Mey 205. rare £1. Spink auction 110. lot 786 R. cross fleury. legend weak between 7 and 9 o’clock. extremely fine 209 £1.156. BENEDICTVS QVI VENIT IN NOMINE DOMINI. F. rev. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC INPERAT.156. FLANDRES below.43g.466. 3.458. about extremely fine £800-1. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC INPERAT. 2014 . LVDOVICVS DEI GRE COM Z DNS FLAND. 5. 4-5 October 1995.London 1033 1033 1034 1034 Flanders. LVDOVIC DEI GRA COMES Z DNS FLADRIE.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 209 22 & 23 September. XPC VINCIT XPC REGNAT XPC INPERAT. Gaillard 218). F. LVDOVICVS DEI GRE COM Z DNS FLANDRIE. helmeted lion seated. holding sword in right hand and resting left on shield with lion.458. Chaise d’or au lion. Louis II de Mâle (1346-84). F.A. Louis II de Mâle (1346-84). Shore. LVDOVIC DEI GRA COMES Z DNS FLADRIE.81g.460. De Mey 193. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Del. rev.500 PROVENANCE: E.84g. king seated on Gothic style throne. lot 1152 1035 1035 Flanders. Dadson. 3. good very fine.200-1. 9-10 October 1995. Golden Rider. F. king on horseback galloping left.30g. Louis II de Mâle (1346-84). king on horseback galloping left. good very fine £800-1. De Mey 193.157. Gaillard 214). FLAN in angles D in centre (Del. cross fleury in quadrilobe (Del. Louis II de Mâle (1346-84). 4.000 .163.

good very fine. lot 2062 WWW. very rare. rev. 5. 14 June 2000.000-10. PHILIPPVS DEI GRA DVX BVRG Z COM FLAND.167). only six examples recorded by Delmonte PROVENANCE: CNG auction 54. Philip le Hardi (1384-1404). BENEDICTVS QVI VENIT IN NOMINE DOMINI.SPinK. lions in angles (Del.Com Page 210 £8.472. cross fleury in quadrilobe. slightly wavy flan.000 .Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 210 anCient. F. angel standing holding shields of Burgundy and Flanders.10g. Angel or Ange d’or. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1037 1037 (x2) 1037 Flanders.

£575 1039 1039 Holland.51g. PHS DEI GRA DVX BURG COM FLAND.3-2). shield on floriate cross (Del. 2014 . 2. Lion d’or.61g.200-1.126. Philip the Good (1419-67). lion seated in Gothic canopy. knight on horseback galloping right. 4. SIT NOMEN DOMINI BENEDICTVM AMEN. Philip the Good (1433-67). silver Petit Gros. 2. Del. F. PHS DEI GRA DVX BVRG COMES HOLD Z E. 9-10 October 1996. crescents in angles (Den Duyts 273). king on horseback galloping right. William I (1304-37). rev.500 PROVENANCE: Purchased from Baldwin. good very fine £150-200 PROVENANCE: CNG mail bid sale XXXiii. rev. cross. 3. Margaret of Constantinople (1244-80).743. good very fine PROVENANCE: Triton sale I. extremely fine £1.26g. undated (struck 145460). rev. 2-3 December 1997. F. Roberts 8422). cross (Boudeau 2015.01g. shield on cross fleury (De Mey 837. knight on horseback galloping left. 15 March 1995. SIT NOMEN DOMINI BENEDICTVM AMEN. HOLD below. rev. Bruges.1-4). De Mey 1190. lot 1635 1041 Hainaut.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 211 22 & 23 September.London 1038 1038 Flanders. GH. good very fine £600-800 PROVENANCE: Spink auction 115. lot 1853 211 £150-200 . briquets at sides. GH. Golden Rider. silver Petit Gros.489.185. lot 2253 1040 1040 1041 Hainaut. 28 September 1998.

9.200-1.3855B). Sovereign. good very fine (3) £100-150 1043 g1043 Australia.000 1044 1044 g1045 Australia. VITAM EXCOLVERE PER ARTES within wreath. extremely fine PROVENANCE: St James’s auction 11. Victoria (1837-1901). Victoria (1837-1901).8mm.. silvered medal by J. 1883 M. scratches before nose. rev. S. edge inscribed W. rev. and Puente Nicolas Avellaneda. Gottuzzo. 38. 1904. 1856.2). by H Stokes. rev. ROCCA ESTENSE. Melbourne International Exhibition 1880.K. 1886 S. young filleted head left. rev. 52mm. young head left. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS WORLD COINS AND MEDALS . heavy scuffs. KM. some brilliance.9. light marks. 1914.SPinK.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 212 anCient. scuffed. 40mm. Gottuzzo..3857B).2). rev. 50. KM.Com Page 212 £1. marks on edge and to face. silver medal. St George and dragon (Marsh 105. young filleted head left. crown over AUSTRALIA within wreath (F.500 . & A. Sovereigns (2). crown over AUSTRALIA within wreath (F. very fine. veiled head left. lot 485 WWW. JOHNSTON. silver medal by J. EDINBURGH . good very fine (2) £400-500 1046 x1046 Australia. Victoria (1837-1901). about fine £600-800 Australia. cleaned.MAPS. about fine £800-1. 8 May 2009. S. 34mm. young head left. and Italy. Sovereign. gold prize medal. 1855. Opening of the Puerto de Parana.96g.VARIOUS PROPERTIES x1042 Argentina. crowned shield (Marsh 82.

1921. 1944S.000-25. square cupro-nickel pattern Penny. 1953. rev. 1960 (2). on short thick diagonal branch (M. Ren. 1925. 1962. by Sir Bertram Mackennal.5) x1047 1048 Australia. 1911. 1934. 1928. 1951 (3). 1943S. very rare £20. first two good. small bare head left. 1946 (2).London 1047 1047 (x1. 1915. 1935. 1942. 1941. most later dates very fine to extremely fine. mixed condition (lot) £150-200 213 . 1919M. 1943. 1927. uncirculated. kookaburra right. 1942S. 1963. and commemoratives. 1940. silver Florins (30).13. other coins in silver (6) and base metal (10).12).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 213 22 & 23 September. 2014 . 1954 (3). next three fine. slight rub on high points. George V (1910-36). 1959 (2).000 Australia.

SPinK.000-4. laureate head right. Kremnitz mint. Karlsburg mint.139). 1730 M. good extremely fine with lustre. crowned shield of arms.30. Æ 5-Centimes (2).000-Reis. crowned double-headed eagle. rev. the first with an attractive rich brown colour. Russo 75). old collection number 13 on obverse £100-150 Austria. 1862 E. 4 January 2009. crowned monogram.Com Page 214 £3. rev. Karlsburg mint. rev. 4. remains of diagonal reeding on edge. the second slightly lighter. Franz-Joseph I (1848-1916).000 . João V (1706-50).800 Reis. Minas Gerais. Belgian lion seated (KM. lot 513 WWW. 1862 B. both scarce in this condition (2) £200-250 Brazil. 1719. value and date in wreath (KM. Leopold I (1831-65).1). 1860 E. crowned arms (F. Gomes 139.05. Æ 5⁄ 10-Kreuzer. good very fine PROVENANCE: Ponterio and Associates. João V (1706-50). Æ Kreuzer (2). rev. attractive and rare in this condition.55. in NGC holder graded MS62 £1.5. lot 20272 1053 x1053 Brazil. B’s in angles (F.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 214 anCient.200-1. cross potent.500 PROVENANCE: Heritage auction 3004. 1848. extremely fine. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1049 1050 1049 1050 Austria. rev.2186).106. 9 January 2009. value and date in wreath (KM. attractive and rare in this condition (2) £120-150 1051 1051 x1052 1052 Belgium. crowned double-headed eagle. 12. Bahia. KM. KM. good extremely fine with lustre. 1834. Franz-Joseph I (1848-1916).2182).

2). about extremely fine PROVENANCE: Ponterio and Associates. JOSEPHUS. crowned arms (F. laureate bust right.on the obverse the head of the King + date together with the legend ‘. x1055 Brazil. very fine £400-500 The old (undated) hand written note that accompanies this coin has some curiosity value. KM. et Alg. lot 532 215 £800-1.199.G. which you bought from Mr Emil Pingold.D. 9 January 2009. Port. KM. conjoined busts. lot 524 1056 x1056 Brazil. Rio.On one side is the Arms of Portugal (Algarve) surmounted by the Royal Crown. value to left. good very fine £500-600 PROVENANCE: Ponterio and Associates.2).06).172. 4. Gomes 65. Gomes 43. 9 January 2009.. José I (1750-77). a Five Milreis Gold Piece. will be found to be laurel leaves in bud. adjustment marks on obverse.400-Reis).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 215 22 & 23 September. Dealers say that the value of the gold is 36/. from what I can gather. cross in quadrilobe. a half Peça.400 Reis).000 . 9 January 2009.London 1054 1054 1055 Brazil. Half Dubloon.P. Gomes 25. KM. Rex. rev. rev.03a. José I (1750-77). but.. rev. is one of a number found amongst others in a small bag dug up in Hayti a few years ago & supposed to have been buried there about 1795 when Hayti commenced her struggle for independence from French rule. DOMINVS (F. extremely fine £600-800 PROVENANCE: Ponterio and Associates. Peça (6.” J. 1771 R. Rio. This specimen.18. 2014 . lot 529 1057 x1057 Brazil.65. no dot at the end of legend. examined under a magnifying glass.21. Gomes 43. laureate and draped bust right. .65. rev. 1756 R.The edge looks as if double milled. Nine Dollars & sometimes a Joey. Peça (6. 1779 R. “The Portuguese Gold Coin. 1774. is variously styled.73. Maria and Pedro III (1777-86). Peça (6. crowned arms (F. marks to busts.400-Reis).2). José I (1750-77).’. crowned arms.76.000-Reis. crowned arms (F.171.

115. rev.2). KM. PORT. in NGC holder graded MS61 £1.2. 1833. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1058 1058 (x1.94. P.000 PROVENANCE: Heritage auction 3004. G. 5-Cents. 1816 R.1. Russo 670). Peça (6. 4 January 2009. 4 January 2009. bust in coronation robe left. in NGC holder graded MS62 £1. BRAS. rev. 6.SPinK. edge lightly scraped between 11 and 12 o’clock on reverse. in NGC holder graded MS61 £500-700 PROVENANCE: Heritage auction 3004. Série Especial. KM. Victoria (1836-1901). KM.387. bare head right. Rio de Janeiro. KM.000 1060 Brazil.400-Reis. 1904.Com Page 216 £150-200 . ET. Russo 608).119.000-3. laureate and draped bust right.400-Reis). lot 20297 g1060 Brazil.125. rare 1059 g1059 £2. Republic.000 PROVENANCE: Heritage auction 3004. lot 20298 1061 g1061 Brazil.5) g1058 Brazil. Rio. REG.500-2. 1851. lot 20301 1062 Canada. Russo 649). rev. very fine (2) WWW. Pedro II (1831-89).236. João as Regent (1799-1818). crowned arms (F.000-Reis.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 216 anCient. ALG. 4 January 2009.. Pedro II (1831-89). JOANNES. star on wreath (F. Gomes 30.500-2. lustre around the legend. crowned shield of arms within wreath (F. 5-Cents. 1885 (KM. 20.01. crowned shield in wreath (F.496. D.2).000-Reis. about extremely fine. Russo 736). rev. 1884 (KM. Newfoundland. 10.461. bust of Liberty left.

rev. shield in tressure (F.1). rev.60.26g. crowned shield between porpoise and barley ear (KM. crowned arms with Golden Fleece collar (F. Long Beach Signature Sale 3006. crossed flags. Æ 2-Öre.1). Ferdinand VII (1808-24). extremely fine. New York Signature Sale 3004.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 217 22 & 23 September. about extremely fine £700-900 Denmark. rev. light marks beside bust.10. KM. 8-Escudos. lot 20624 g1064 China.1550-1650).164). traces of brilliance. lot 20601 1066 1065 g1065 1066 Colombia. 1 below (F.000 PROVENANCE: Heritage. bust of President Yuan Shi Kai left.330). legend and wreath (F. double struck. good fine £100-150 217 . 3.London 1063 g1063 1064 China. some splits. undated (1919). edge bruise at 8 o’clock on reverse.794. about uncirculated with attractive redgold tone. good extremely fine £2. about extremely fine £800-1.66. Metz. Christian IX (1863-1906). rare thus £200-250 Denmark. Republic 10-Yuans. armoured and draped bust right. 1812 NR. 1899 VBP. 2014 . 1881 CS. 2-Kroner. Florin. Æ 5-Öre. rev. Christian IX (1863-1906).798. undated (c.5. rev.200-2. St Stephen standing. value above porpoise and barley ear (KM.500 PROVENANCE: Heritage. KM. value above porpoise and barley ear (KM. Yunnan 10-Yuans. Christian IX (1863-1906). 793. extremely fine £120-160 1067 1067 1068 1069 1068 1069 Denmark.2). crowned monogram. Year 8 (1919).1). crowned monogram. scarce in this condition £90-120 France.482). rev. KM. facing bust of General T’ang Chi-yao rev. head right. 1875 HC/CS.

Louis XIV (4).1031). Strasbourg (KM. date below. gold jeton. 1674 (2). 40-Francs. 11. very fine/good very fine. extremely rare in gold £300-500 France. undated. arms of Venot. 27mm.122). bust right. scarce £120-150 France. cuirassed bust right. value in wreath (F. very fine £100-120 1072 1072 1073 1074 1073 France. from a mount. 1726 W.SPinK. Half-Louis d’or (2). 1619. (Amanton pl.31g. Paris. of Louis XIII. (Feu. crowned shield. Gad. rev. crowned shield dividing crowned H (Dup. Orange. 1638. 27. 1560 D. and Louis XV. very fine and better (6) £120-150 WWW.53g. Conseil du roi. holding bow in his left hand and the city of Dijon in his right hand.13). shield of Dijon dividing date in exergue. Teston. SVSCITARE QVIS AVDEBIT. Lille (KM.1005). from a mount. all different. IACQ VENOT CON D ROYME D COMPTES VIC MA D DIION. 1738. good very fine.488. rev.479. from mounts. rev.1080). 1620. Jacques Venot. Conjuration de Venise. rev. crowned shield. in name of Henri II.488. 9. Maire de Dijon. 40mm. François II (1559-60). head left. bronze medals (6).5mm. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1070 1070 1071 1071 France. gold jeton. 1694.Com Page 218 . Lyons.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 218 anCient. Frédèric Henri de Nassau (1625-47). good fine £220-250 France. lion seated holding sword and scales.V no. 1730 BB. very fine and fine (2) £150-200 1075 1075 1076 France. Cupid walking. An XI A. breaking legend at top (B.. good very fine. extremely rare in gold £300-500 France. PONDVS AMOR PATRIAE LEVAT. Napoleon as First Consul (1799-1804). Louis XV (1715-74). rev.3).48). 1643. Teston.

. Bishop of Basel. 1856 A. proof set. fine to very fine (6) £600-700 1082 1082 Finland. 1868 BB. Lavater by Leveque.PS1). 54mm. rev. V. France.. Med. Schiller by Barre. Duke and Duchess of Bourges.921. J. good very fine. Alliance with Jaques Sigismond de Reinach-Steinbrunnen. 1865 S. about uncirculated £120-150 1083 g1083 Gabon. rare. 82. Gesner by Vivier (2). seven bronze medals from the series of medals to Famous Men. gold 100-Francs. and S. (Haller 2124.1). bronze medals (7). Moreau by Caunois. 1740. 39mm. Alexander II (1855-81). 1909. J. bronze medal by Galle. commemorating Gabonese independence on 17 August 1960 (KM. bronze medal by Depaulis. Genie with cornucopia points to the shield of Basel on a globe. Schw. extremely fine. BONUS (Br.716). frigate. 1858 A. bronze medal by Dassier. M. Ess. good very fine (2) £80-100 EVENTUS. P. J. youth standing.281). 20-Francs (4). rev. Pax in Nummis 518. 2014 . A LA FIDÉLITÉ. Wunderly 2837). Napoleon.London 1077 1078 1079 1080 g1081 France. Leopold Prince of Salerne. mount removed. Arrival at Fréjus anno VIII (1799). in case of issue. F. 40mm. 5-Francs (2). 1817 A.7. 40mm. all c. Guttemberg by Gayrard. Republic. 50-Francs. 1858 A. Louis XV. Cervantes by Gayrard. uncirculated (4) 219 £1. of Louis XVIII (3). and TRIOMPHE DE LA VÉRITÉ SUR LA JÉSUITISME 1830. extremely fine (7) £150-200 France. 10-Francs. 2-Markkaa. Louis Antoine Duke of Angouleme.000-1. 25-Francs. bust right.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 219 22 & 23 September.795. 1960. (Br. value and date in wreath (KM. Jolyot de Crebillon. rev. extremely fine (2) £150-200 France.500 . 33mm. bronze medal by Andrieu. extremely fine (7) £150-200 Series Numismatica Universalis Virorum Illustrium. crowned double-headed eagle.

Frankfurt. very fine. rev. rev. 1668.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 220 anCient. KM.894. good very fine £100-150 Germany.6589). Nassau. about fine. fine. crowned arms (F. 2-Mark. three helms above comples arms (Dav. very fine. three half-length figures facing. flan slightly wavy. Taler.SPinK. from a mount. crowned eagle (J. bust of Georg Albrecht right.1245). crowned arms (KM.87). value and date above wreath (Dav. Karlsruhe mint. fine £80-120 Germany. KM.000 Germany.9820. ‘Three Brothers’ Taler. 5-Marks. rev. 1876. fine. Albert (1873-1902). Saxony. fine. 2-Marks. 1834. 1847.G. Dresden (J. rev. very fine £100-140 Germany. rare £2. NDW 1151). head left. Ostfriesland (East Frisia).2432. Thun 230). 1836. Baden.157. good very fine (4) £120-160 Germany. head right. Frederich I (1856-1907).37g.269. silver medal. very fine £80-120 1090 1090 1091 1092 Germany. KM. Ludwig I (1825-48).000-3. Taler. Bavaria. cleaned. Mainz. shield. 1904. very fine (2) £120-150 WWW. Johann Georg and August (1591-1611). 1598.122. 2-Mark (2). Mecklenberg-Schwerin. good fine. Knyph. Wilhelm. crowned arms (Dav. Ducat. Christian II.819). 2-Gulden. 3. Georg (1902-04).314). Third-Taler. Sch. head right. 1772. Georg Albrecht (1708-34). 1892 G. and Saxony. patchy dark colour. 1608. Bishop Firedrich Karl Joseph von Erthal (1774-1802). Hindenburg. 1847-1927. 1915. rev. Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. rev.C. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1084 1084 Germany. Taler. good extremely fine with lustre £100-150 Germany.132.54.Com Page 220 . 1794.743: KM. KM. 1730 I. tiny bag mark on neck otherwise virtually mark free. KM.28. Saxony. 1876 E. 2-Mark 1904 E Muldenhütten (J. Hesse. Taler.1255). Taler. very fine £100-140 1085 1085 1086 1087 1088 1089 Germany.

and Netherlands. toned. 5-Marks. 1764 FH (KM 183). 1908 E.1). very fine (3) £100-120 Germany. extremely fine. Muldenhütten. 28mm. very fine. an anchor and the monogram of the Dutch East India Company at her side. Nürnberg. 1876.6).5mm (BHM -. Taler. Württemberg.. Bremen. this with suspension. 28mm. very fine (5) £100-150 221 . KM.134. 1678 (KM 19. extremely fine £200-250 Germany. extremely fine (3) £80-120 Germany. International Metallaustellung. rev. SUSSE MUTTERPFLICHT by Loos. extremely fine £200-250 Germany. van Loon 178). 1861 (2). cleaned. this extremely fine. 42mm. bust right. Friedrich August III. Fischer. date in exergue. bust right. (Merzdorf 338. extremely fine. August 1914. Reception at the Cape of Good Hope 1743. George IV. by K. silver medal by M. Wilhelm II. date in exergue. NDW. Gustav Wilhelm Imhoff. edge bruising. Taler. Schwenzer. rev. Industrial Exhibition. 32mm. silver medals (3) of Oldenburg. Two-Thirds Taler. holding scales and sword. Schmidt 1382). Saxony. Voight. Spes seated. scarce £100-150 Germany. inscription in eleven lines (Felder 72. Carl Wilhelm. bust right. Fiala 5225). silver coins (5). Augsburg. 50mm. Phillip Baron Stosch. bronze medals (3). Sommer B68). fine. fine. crowned eagle (J. 2-Mark. 1881. by Lorenz and Schilling. Reception at the Cape of Good Hope 1743.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 221 22 & 23 September. October 1840. service medal FüR TAPFERKEIT UND TREUE. (Erlanger164). Anhalt-Zerbst. (Marienburg 4234). Holtzhey. (Erlanger 1783. Holtzhey.992. toned. Friedrich Wilhelm IV. Friedrich August III (1904-18). Taler. Celebrations in Hannover 1821. the coins very mixed condition (6) £80-100 1096 1096 1097 1098 1099 x1100 1097 Germany. 5-Marks. bronze portrait medal. Spes seated. by C. van Loon 178). 2014 . and a silver medal. 1775 EDC (KM. 39. Prussia. Prussia. Coronation in Berlin. and 22mm. rev. silver medal by M. rev. Gustav Wilhelm Imhoff... Saxony. Wilhelm I silver medals (2). an anchor and the monogram of the Dutch East India Company at her side. holding scales and sword. 1876.1263. Taler.London 1093 1093 1094 1095 Germany. City. 28mm. brilliant uncirculated £180-220 Germany silver coins (3). Hannover. Berlin 1844. VOOR TROUWEN DIENST. by K. (Erlanger 1783. head right. extremely fine. Saxony. 45mm. 30mm.1811). 1863.

head left. Pohl D2-8).10. first with traces of lustre. Huszár 512. from various countries. mostly 19th century. rev. faint marks on edge. very fine. 1869. second with much lustre (2) £80-100 Hong Kong. rev. Goldgulden. £3. value in wreath (KM. Huszár 573. undated (1427). very fine £300-400 Hungary. 3. saint standing dividing M-O (F. good very fine £300-400 Hungary. ruler standing. Lepton. George I (1863-1913). rev. 1866. Florentine lily. good very fine £300-400 WWW. Republic. 3.SPinK. very mixed condition (18) 1106 1106 VR. rev. phoenix in pearl circle. rev.39). 1869. rev.57g. KM. 5-Lepta. crowned arms £100-120 1104 1103 1103 1104 1105 Greece. Sigismund of Luxembourg (1387-1437). Goldgulden. Goldgulden. very fine A. other coins and medals in silver (9) and base metal (5). two shield. George I (1863-1913). Ludwig I ‘The Great’ (1342-82). Pohl D210). crowned and value (KM.Com Page 222 date Hungary. rev. 2-Drachma. symbol of cross and letter k to right. Louis of Anjou (1342-82). extremely fine. Pohl 1). 1830. undated. shield.42. Victoria (1837-1901). 41).5).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 222 anCient.3).000 head left.10. in CGS holder graded 80 Greece. Mil.000-4. John Capodistrias (1828-31). Chinese value. Offenbánya (?). 2-Lepta. Dinars (4). two Moor’s head. shield with lions.55g. cross. 1873 (KM. rev. brilliant uncirculated £80-100 1107 1108 1107 £100-150 1108 Hungary. value in wreath (Divo 7a.3. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1101 1102 1101 1102 Greece. for Ulrich Kemerer (F.55g. ruler standing. Huszár 573. Offenbánya mint. St John standing (F. rev. Sigismund of Luxembourg (1387-1437). 3. .

96g. Ladislaus V (1453-57).1586.222. Madonna and Child (F.329. otherwise about extremely fine £400-500 Hungary.48g.306. rev.379).1).171. Kremnitz. 1765 KB. rev. Kremnitz. Huszár 636.). scratch on reverse.56g. crow below. undated (153). 2-Ducats. Ducat. ruler standing dividing H-T (F. Madonna and Child (F. Ducat. 3. Schl. rev. extremely fine £300-400 1116 1117 1113 1114 Hungary. Maria Theresa (1740-80). Madonna and Child. 6.179. 3. KM. Kremnitz. rev.45g. Pohl K1-6). Maria Theresa (1740-80).1471).44g. Huszár 1651.16. Matthia Corvinus (1458-90).22). edge smooth. 3.33. rev. Kremnitz. Empress standing. Ducat. very fine £300-400 Hungary. extremely fine £250-300 Hungary. good very fine £100-120 223 . Huszár 677. Hermannstadt. Huszár 2075. Ducat. Wladislaus II of Jagello (1490-1516). ruler standing. KM. ruler standing right. ruler standing.43g. Kremnitz. rev. Pohl 19-2 var. 3.London 1109 1109 1110 1111 1113 1114 £300-400 Hungary. Hungary. eagle below. Huszár 1649.180. Madonna and Child (F. Matthias Corvinus (1458-90). 2014 .41g. Goldgulden. ruler standing (F. very fine £400-500 KB. slightly creased.50g. Kremnitz. ruler standing dividing K-H (F. marks on edge. Goldgulden. 1844. 3. Madonna and Child (F. Huszár 674. H. rev. Huszár 771. edge smoothed. Leopold I (1658-1705). 1743 KB. Pohl H2-1). 3.2). Kremnitz. ruler standing dividing K-I for Johann Constorffer (F. 1672 rev. KM. very fine 1112 1112 1110 1116 £300-400 117 Hungary. Ferdinand I (1835-48).128.20. very fine £300-400 Hungary. shield. undated (c. in NGC holder graded MS61 1115 1115 1111 Hungary. Pohl L8-2). Madonna and Child.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 223 22 & 23 September. undated (1467). Goldgulden. Huszár 1320).22. Madonna and Child (F. 1512 KG. shield rev. Empress standing. Charles VI (1711-40). 1738 KB. 3. Goldgulden. Kremnitz.

1796. Madonna and Child (F. rev. Kingdom of Naples. bunch of grapes dividing value. War of Independence Coinage.24.444. Pag. 3-Krajczar. Britannia seated right (KM.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 224 anCient. KM. 1849 NB (KM.2.165. 1848.1. uncirculated with lustre £100-120 Italy. Joseph Bonaparte (1806-08). good very fine £250-350 WWW. Lepton. crowned arms. arms (Dav. small metal flaw on obverse.Com Page 224 . 430. head right. British Administration. 1849 NB. Ferdinand IV (first reign 1759-1805). with some lustre £100-150 Italy. uncirculated with almost full brilliance.43). 1834. 4-Cavalli. rev.434.34). Mont. 96-Lire. rev. very fine £800-1. Lun.408.2). uncirculated.000 1121 1122 1121 1122 Italy. 1791. head left. Krajczar (2).360). scarce in this attractive quality (3) £150-200 1119 1120 1119 1120 Ionian Isles. 430.319). date below (KM. 120-Grani.SPinK. 1808. Lion of St Mark standing left. rev.31. Naples and Sicily (Campania). Mont. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1118 1118 Hungary. Genoa.

P.London 1123 1123 1124 Italy. Sicily. rev. Venice. for mint master Piero Basadonna. Christ in mandorla (F.804). Ducato. value in wreath (Dav.49g (F. 5-Lire. Venice. 3.208. very fine. 0. rev. rub on the highpoints but about uncirculated with some lustre £150-200 Italy. good very fine £100-150 225 . pl. inscription (MEC 16. rev. Naples and Sicily. Ludovico Manin (1789-97).1445). usual uneven strike but good very fine. William I (1154-66). 1847. Ducato. Venice. Alvise II Mocenigo (1700-09). 5-Tornesi. 1848. *P*B* in exergue. edge smooth.30g. Arabic inscription. undated. crown over value (KM. Lion of St Mark (Dav. Palermo. Antonio Venier (1382-1400).1229. rev.1527. Lion of St Mark.360).55g. 2014 . Paolucci 12). rev.1). some marks and uneven colour from poor cleaning. eight pointed star within inner circle. 3. date 22 MARZO 1848 below. Æ fractional Dirhem. Zecchino. 291). Ferdinando II (1830-59). KM. good very fine £150-200 Italy.18. Doge kneeling before St Mark. Doge kneeling before St Mark. good very fine £180-220 Italy. £60-80 1124 1125 1125 1126 Italy. Venice. rare £200-250 1126 1127 1127 1128 Italy.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:00 Page 225 22 & 23 September. head right.

FLAV . 1835 R. anno XI. uncirculated with some lustre.SPinK. value and date in wreath (KM. bust left.. 1095). Rome. Gregory XVI (1831-46). KM. Rome. on a rose. Rizzini I. 45mm. bronze medal by Kornmann. S. 21⁄ 2 -Scudi. bronze medal by Maria Antonio de Gennaro. 1854 R. value in wreath (F. 1856 R.Com Page 226 . anno IX. KM. Duke of Bracciano (1620-98). 1896.31. very fine £500-700 Italy. rev. Vatican. CO. BRACC. value in wreath (F.271. KM. Rome. bust right. DVX. Pius IX (1846-78). Pius IX (1846-78).273. Magliabecchi seated reading. bust left. anno VIII. SVAVIS ASPERA.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 226 anCient.I. good very fine £300-350 Italy. Vatican.1116). signed on truncation. G. Rome. 32mm. KM. bust left. Antonio Magliabecchi (1633-1714). 1853 R. rev. value in wreath (F. rev. Vatican. Forrer II. 240. ANG. S. 1895. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS g1129 g1130 g1131 1131 1130 1129 Italy. anno V.1117). very rare £50-70 1134 1134 1135 Italy. 5-Centisimi (2). gold Scudo. Umberto I (1878-1900). signed in the exergue. value in wreath (F. extremely fine. good very fine £250-300 1132 1133 g1132 1133 Italy. Mont. head left. rev. (Clifford 284.1358). 66). GEME. 5-Scudi. D. small mark to left of bust. Kingdom. bust right. bust left.65. good very fine £150-200 Flavio Orsini. some light scuffs. Molinari 186.R.275. rev.P. rev. 10-Scudi.263.1108). Vatican. rev. date below. extremely fine £80-120 Italy. the second coin scarce (2) £100-150 WWW. Pius IX (1846-78).

963).‘enigmatic’ pollard. previously cleaned. 8-Reales (3). Pag.445. Umberto I (1878-1900). Yen. lightly toned. Mutsuhito (1867-1912). Guy de Dampierre (1279-1305). Y. rev.2).98g. Mexico. KM. crowned eagle (Dav. Mezza-Rupia. value in wreath. Krone (2). 5-Lire or Tallero 1891. 1768 MF. 1915. 1904.630). very fine. head right. chrysanthemum above (JV. very fine £150-200 Italian Colonies. brushed. cob Mo P.London 1137 1136 1138 1136 1137 1138 1139 Italian Colonies. 2014 . good very fine £120-150 Japan. scuffed. Pag. rev. head right. very fine.970). very fine (3) 227 £50-60 £150-250 £80-100 . Vittorio Emanuelle (1900-46). bare-headed bust facing.A25. 0.66 for a further discussion on the numismatic rationale for these mules. very fine £80-100 1141 1140 1140 1141 1142 Liechtenstein. good very fine (3) Low Countries.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 227 22 & 23 September. cf Mayhew. Mont. good very fine £100-120 Italian Colonies. rev. chopmarks on reverse. 1770 FM. Vittorio Emanuelle (1900-46). 1900. 1378c. polished. 2-Kronen.4. Somalia. crown over value (Mont. MON ETA MON TES. long cross pattée with trefoil of pellets in each quarter (Mayhew 127/128). Johann II (1858-1929). shield (HMZ2-1377b. rev. good metal quality. crown over value (Mont. some marks. rev. 1378d). 1919. crowned bust right.80. 1919. Of the 728 silver coins contained within the hoard there were just 2 examples of this perplexing mule. Eritrea. Q11. dragon. extremely fine and very rare These enigmatic pieces with an obverse of Guy de Dampierre paired with a reverse attributing the piece to John d’Avesnes first came to light in the 1841 Marchienne-au-Pont (Hainault) hoard. Rupia. double saltire stops omitted after MARCHIO.453. head left.27. G MARCHIO NAMVR. a most pleasing example. p. Pag. Meiji 15. Sterling . Somalia. rev.

X was used for Mexico City in 1733 only.SPinK. Mrs Norweb’s 1733 MF M. 8-Reales have appeared at auction during the last decade.000-20. the Krause catalogue records the price for the 1733 F (quoting the Patterson example) but does not give a value for the 1733 MF.X mintmark. also graded good very fine.600. extremely rare The mint mark M. which was also graded good very fine and sold for $8.THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN 1143 1143 (x1. was sold at Spink in New York in 1995 and 1996.X. contained six 1733 8-Reales including all three varieties with M. Again these have all been 1733 F. cleaned. was described as ‘good very fine. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal.250. small metal flaw at A of HISPAN. The Alexander Patterson collection of Pillar Coinage. sold at Bonhams in London. Mexico City mint mark M. which sold for £7. 1733 MF. reinforcing the point made in the Norweb and Patterson sales that the 1733 MF is rarer than the 1733 F.X mintmark. The Norweb collection.920 ($11.X. contained eight 1733 8-Reales. this was twice as much as the 1733 M.591). with F. WWW. Mr Patterson’s 1733 MF.165).300 ($22.X (17 May 1985. one with mint mark M. 8-Reales. the Pablo Gerber Senior collection. Again this contrasts with the price realised for the 1733 F. 13 December 2001.5) 1143 Mexico. and with two assayers’ initials MF (when he was joined by Manuel de Léon). Significantly. rev. and the regular date 1733. the overdate 1733 over 32 with assayer’s initial F (for Francisco de la Pena y Flores). Philip V (1700-46).X with initial F only (lot 173). KM. from the ‘Coffin Patch’ and the ‘San Jose’ sites of the 1733 Fleet. 16-17 July 1996.000 . lot 174) was graded good very fine and realised $17. The other great collection of Mexican coins to be dispersed in the last thirty years.’ It realised £14.X was a 1733 F. There were four 1733 8-Reales in this collection. and probably superior to the Norweb specimen.250. dot above MF.X. There are three variations. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS A COLLECTION OF MEXICO CITY PILLAR DOLLARS FORMED IN THE 1960’S . Sea salvage coins have appeared in Sedwick auctions. They are all extremely rare. and he did not have a 1733 MF.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 228 anCient. The Siegfried von Schuckmann collection of 8-Reales sold by Renaissance Auctions. good very fine.Com Page 228 £15.739-RRR. lot 8 in the same sale. Significantly. sold by Spink in conjunction with Christie’s in Dallas in two auctions in May and November 1985.103. Other 1733 M. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. but Pablo Gerber’s M. lot 10. and again included all three varieties with the M. contained a 1733 F. Y.710). but again no 1733 MF. In the Goldberg ‘Millenia Collection’ a 1733 F graded NGC MS63 sold for $42.

8-Reales.602). crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. 1746 MF. cleaned and marks from a mount (?). rev. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. rev. rev.610).744. Mexico City.103. KM. an attempt at cleaning. very fine £100-150 Mexico. 1834 MF.103. 1736 MF. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. 8-Reales. Philip V (1700-46). Philip V (1700-46).104. 8-Reales.753. an attempt at cleaning. 1748 MF. Mexico City. Y. Y. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.1. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal.734. Philip V (1700-46).103. Mexico City mint mark Mo. Philip V (1700-46). KM. Y. KM. 1744 MF.103. Mexico City. Y. 1741 MF. 8-Reales. Y. KM. Mexico City. rev. rev. KM. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.761.752.597). 1740 MF. Philip V (1700-46). Mexico City. Y. KM.103. 8-Reales. 8-Reales.748. 8-Reales. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. Ferdinand VI (1746-59). 8-Reales. 8-Reales.603). crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal.741.746. KM. Philip V (1700-46). very fine £100-150 Mexico.103. about very fine £80-120 Mexico. Mexico City. 1738 MF.607). crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. cleaned. 8-Reales.595). Y. Mexico City. about very fine £80-100 Mexico. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. KM. KM. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. very fine £80-100 Mexico.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 229 22 & 23 September. KM. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. rev. 1737 MF. cleaned. 8-Reales. the 40 slipped and restruck. Y. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. cleaned.104. especially on reverse to remove scratches. 1745 MF. 8-Reales.605). crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. very fine £80-100 Mexico. Mexico City. Philip V (1700-46). KM.103. very fine £100-120 Mexico. brightly cleaned. Y. Philip V (1700-46).745. 8-Reales. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. Philip V (1700-46). about very fine £80-120 Mexico. rev.756. 1735 MF. Mexico City.596). 1742 MF. very fine £80-100 229 .604).103.London 1144 1145 1146 1147 1148 1149 1150 1151 1152 1153 1154 1155 1156 1157 1158 Mexico. rev.611). very fine £100-150 Mexico.754. 1747 MF. 8-Reales. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.757.599). cleaned. still with some encrustation. cleaned. Y.606). Philip V (1700-46). crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. KM.103. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. rev.758. cleaned. Philip V (1700-46). 1743 MF. Philip V (1700-46). Mexico City. Mexico City. Y. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal.598). 601). crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. very fine £100-150 Mexico.103. rev. cleaned. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.103. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. Ferdinand VI (1746-59). rev. Y. rev.762. cleaned. 8-Reales.604). KM. 2014 . 1749 MF. Y. Mexico City.103. water worn and cleaned. engraved with ‘detail’ on the globes. fine £60-80 Mexico. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. rev.103. rev. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. rev. KM. Philip V (1700-46). Mexico City.1. brightly cleaned. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. Mexico City mint mark Mo. otherwise very fine £100-150 Mexico. cleaned and now toned. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.755. fine £60-80 Mexico. very fine £100-150 Mexico. Y. KM.

1753 MF. crowned globes between crowned pillars. rev. nearly very fine £60-80 Mexico. Y. rev. 8-Reales.1. cleaned. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.628).2. 8-Reales. rev. very fine £80-120 Mexico. rudimentary cleaning. Mexico City.768.614). cleaned. Y. Mexico City.104.620). Mexico City. rev. the cross now between the H and I of HISPAN. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. cleaned. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.779. KM. numerous chop marks on reverse. cleaned. 1770 MM. Mexico City. KM. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8.104. Mexico City. Ferdinand VI (1746-59). 1759 MM. 8-Reales.628). KM. very fine £60-80 Mexico. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. Ferdinand VI (1746-59).622).Com Page 230 . Mexico City. Ferdinand VI (1746-59).621).780. Mexico City. Ferdinand VI (1746-59).104. very fine £80-120 Mexico. cleaned but now unevenly toned and still with old encrustation. rev. crowned globes between crowned pillars. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1159 1160 1161 1162 1163 1164 1165 1166 1167 1168 1169 1170 1171 1172 Mexico. rev.764. 8-Reales. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. 1754 MF.2. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.770. good very fine £100-150 WWW. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. 8-Reales. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. KM.615). Ferdinand VI (1746-59). 1752 MF. Y.773. rev.763.766. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. 1751 MF. very fine £80-100 Mexico. Y.778. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal.613). KM. Ferdinand VI (1746-59). crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. 8-Reales. attempt at cleaning.104.1. rev. KM. Charles III (1760-88).104.616). 8-Reales. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. crowned globes between crowned pillars. Y. Mexico City. good very fine £80-120 Mexico. 8-Reales. Y.782.782. very fine £80-100 Mexico. good very fine £100-150 Mexico.2. Y.625).626). good very fine £100-150 Mexico. rev. Mexico City.776.105. Y. same crowns (Cal. 1757 MM. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8.1. crowned globes between crowned pillars. KM. Mexico City. good very fine £80-120 Mexico. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. crowned globes between crowned pillars. 1756 MM. 623). Mexico City. Y. 8-Reales. KM. 8-Reales. 8-Reales. KM. 1750 FM.SPinK. small graffiti on reverse. Ferdinand VI (1746-59). 8-Reales. KM. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. 1761 MM.104. Mexico City. Ferdinand VI (1746-59). Ferdinand VI (1746-59).104. crowned globes between crowned pillars. rev. Charles III (1760-88). crowned globes between crowned pillars.104. crowned globes between crowned pillars (Cal. cleaned but still with spots of encrustation. rev. Y. KM. Y.2.2. Y. nearly very fine £60-80 Mexico. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. brightly cleaned. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. 1761 MM. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. very fine £100-120 Mexico. KM.1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 230 anCient. 1760 MM. 8-Reales.105. Ferdinand VI (1746-59). the cross now between the H and I of HISPAN.104. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. rev. rev.2. very fine £80-120 Mexico. 1758 MM. crowned globes between crowned pillars. Mexico City. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. Mexico City. stain on assayer’s initials.105.775.624). uncleaned. crowned globes between crowned pillars. 1755 MM. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal.612). crowned globes between crowned pillars. Charles III (1760-88). KM.1. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. cleaned. cleaned. Y.777. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. 8-Reales.104. rev. KM.104. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. Ferdinand VI (1746-59).

very fine £80-120 Mexico. crowned globes between crowned pillars. rev. Wilhelm I (1815-40). 1767 MF. crowned globes between crowned pillars.785. crowned globes between crowned pillars. crowned globes between crowned pillars. 8-Reales. cleaned.783. 1764 MF. rev.107). very fine (2) 1173 1174 1175 1176 1177 1178 1179 1180 1181 1182 1183 1184 1185 231 £200-250 . Charles III (1760-88). cleaned. KM. 1763 over 2 MF. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. rev. some deposit remaining. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. KM.633). rev. 8-Reales. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. cleaned. 8-Reales. rev. very fine. KM. 1765 MF. Mexico City.105. crowned globes between crowned pillars. good very fine £100-150 Mexico. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. 1770 FM. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. very fine £80-100 1186 Mombasa. Charles III (1760-88).782. Y. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. KM. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. Mexico City. 8-Reales. rev. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. 8-Reales. Italy.635). Y. both 1939. Kingdom. 1862 MM.638). some light staining on reverse. Y. good very fine £100-150 Mexico. Charles III (1760-88).799. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. Charles III (1760-88). Rupee. 8-Reales. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal.1).796. cleaned.105. Venice. KM.639).789. holed.). Y. cleaned. Seychelles.788. cleaned.633). crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. Mexico City. KM. crowned globes between crowned pillars. Charles III (1760-88). Charles III (1760-88). KM. crowned globes between crowned pillars. Paul Rainer (1779-89). Y. very fine. cleaned. KM. Y. good very fine £100-150 Mexico.637). some deposit remaining. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.105). Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MM and value 8. Mexico City. cleaned.105. Y.629). cleaned. good very fine £100-150 Mexico. 8-Reales.105. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. very fine £80-100 Mexico. crowned globes between crowned pillars. chinese character scratched above globes. Y.105.793. Mexico City. 8-Reales. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. Mexico City. crowned globes between crowned pillars. 8-Reales. KM.105.105. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials FM and value 8. Charles III (1760-88).631). crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. Y. rev. KM. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. crowned globes between crowned pillars. very fine £80-120 Mexico. rev.. Rupees (2). Charles III (1760-88).105. crowned globes between crowned pillars. rev.789.105. KM. crowned globes between crowned pillars. 1769 MF. Mexico City.105. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8.795. cleaned. Mexico City. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. 1768 MF. rev. 1818 (F. Charles III (1760-88). 8-Reales. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials MF and value 8. crowned shield dividing assayer’s initials FM and value 8. ¿ Ducat. rare £150-200 Mexico.634). and some small chop marks. 2014 .5).641). very fine (3) £80-100 1187 Netherlands. Y. crowned globes between crowned pillars. Mexico City.798. rev.105. rev. Mexico City. Charles III (1760-88). Mexico City. Charles III (1760-88). the over date very clear. good very fine £120-160 Mexico. 8-Reales. Y. 1764 MF.London Mexico.636). Mexico City. cleaned. 8-Reales. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. 1763 MF. Charles III (1760-88).Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 231 22 & 23 September. 1888 (KM. ¿ Zecchino (KM. 1771 FM. 8-Reales. cleaned. KM. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal.50.331. rev. good very fine £80-120 Mexico.KM. KM. Mexico City. light marks above the globes. nearly very fine £100-120 Mexico.790. Imperial crown on left pillar (Cal. 1763 over 2 MM. good very fine £80-120 Mexico. Y.105. 1766 MF. Charles III (1760-88).

Gomes 17. in NGC holder graded MS62 £1. 29 May 2009. HANC IVSSIT FORTVNA MERERI. Roubles (5). 38mm. 1894. bust right. 557. rev. some marks. lot 22280 1192 x1193 Poland. (BHM -. toned. rev.Com Page 232 £80-100 £150-200 .34). n. extremely fine £550-750 Nigeria. rev. MERCHANTS surrounded by inscription GILRUTH BROS LAGOS. Peso. VN. inverted S and T at sides (F. Auction New York. Poniatowski (1732-64-95). Michael Feodorovich (1613-45). Forrer IV.D. 20. white metal medal. 1764. rev. 11 January 2009. (c. rev. young head left.3067. about extremely fine with brilliance.78g.200 PROVENANCE: Rauch.d. Diakov 248. REX POLONIAE M. VOCE VII SEPT. very fine. two arrows pointing upwards. MDCCLXIV..D. T. facing bust in Cossack uniform. 18 carat gold medal. 3. KM. Cyrillic inscription in five lines (F. brass ticket. 1799 SM-MB. Tomé.03). N. Quarter-Ducat.38g. PINGO.154). LITH. HCz. 44.000-1.G. 1813. rev. polished and some marks on edge probably from a mount. 1817. STANISLAVS AVGVSTVS D. Stanilas II August. Joao III (1521-57). 1897. a radiant crown. CONSEQUITOR QUODCUNQUE PETIT. gold Coronation Medal. 1819. 3. CORON. very rare £2. arms. by Thomas Pingo Jnr. Strother 562).000 Russia..SPinK. in exergue EL. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1188 x1188 1189 1190 New Zealand. Gilruth Bros. novodel. Goa. fine (5) WWW. crowned arms.1870-80).96g.2 not listed in white metal). 22 mm.443.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 232 anCient. unsigned. City of Auckland Centennial.. Fame seated on trophy of arms. 33mm. good very fine £80-100 Philippines. rev. Alfonso XIII (1886-1931). Pingo 29. (Eimer. CITY OF AUCKLAND CENTENNIAL 1871 1971. letter I with annulet above and three pellets at sides. good very fine £80-100 1193 1191 1192 x1191 Portuguese India. U over O in GILRUTH (Vice 10).500-3. arms (Dav. good fine £700-900 PROVENANCE: Heritage auction 3005. Lagos. Field Marshal Count Suvarov. gold Pardau S. FD MARSHAL COUNT SUWARROW COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE RUSSIANS.11g. Raczynski 487. St Thomas seated right. head of Victoria left. double eagle. FRENCH DEFEATD & THE PASSAGE OF THE ADDA FORCED APL 27 1799 in exergue. 1971. lot 552 1194 Russia.1451. F in relief on truncation. XXV NOV. very rare 1195 Russia.

4180). rev. 1879.1). silver medal. uncirculated £150-200 1200 1200 1201 1202 1203 1204 1201 Russia. SPOORWEG FESTEN JULI 1895 PRETORIA. head left. Nicholas II (1894-1917). edge knocks. 2014 . very rare £2. head left.000 Russia.2). bust right. 1902 AP.293. Sev.000 1199 1198 1198 1199 Russia. 39mm. extremely fine. arms. very fine £800-1. 1613-1913 below (Bitkin 336. 5-Shillings. Restall. on the 300th anniversary of the Romanov Dynasty. head left. rev. single shaft (KM. 50-Kopeks. value and date (Bitkin 90. 32mm. legend on shield with supporters. otherwise about very fine. rev. 1892. bronze medal by J. 2-Dinara. rev. Z. rev. rev. bust of Kruger left. proof Rouble.298. crowned double-headed eagle. Φ3. crowned value and date in wreath (KM.8. Rouble. very fine £120-160 South Africa.1787?) (Van Loon 754). 643-644). 1901. busts of Nicholas II ansd Michael I Romanov.58. uncirculated £100-120 Serbia.4026). on the opening of the Dalagoa Railway. with a silvered metal cut portrait of William V within a star. platinum 3-Roubles. 1895. rev. scratch to reverse. uncirculated £200-250 South Africa. value and date below arms (Bitkin 38. scratch on reverse. Nicholas II (1894-1917). choice extremely fine £200-250 Russia. Pretoria 1895. KM. hairlines on brilliant surfaces. extremely fine £40-60 233 . using the obverse of the Halfcrown. undated (c. rev. Dav. (BHM 3889).R.1). crowned value in wreath (KM.11). traces of lustre.22a.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 233 22 & 23 September. Obrenovich IV (1868-89). Visit to South Africa 1903. bust of Kruger left. Imperial eagle. arms. Sev. 1913. Nicholas II (1894-1917).177.A. Nicholas I (1825-55). Nicholas II (1894-1917). 20-Kopeks. Sev.London 1196 1197 1196 1197 Russia.000-3. rev. A. Dav. crowned doubleheaded eagle (KM. very fine (2) £100-150 Joseph Chamberlain. St Petersburg..C. 1844.

1778 FF. polished. rev. for Johann Haag. KM. F. Toledo (Cayón 905). Dr Henri Huchard.1198f. very fine. crowned shield. Maillard. Alfonso VI (1073-1109). within wave-patterned border.SPinK. 1725. crescent-moon and star with similar border decoration. three with a medical theme. rev. bear in wreath. 1777 H. 1918. Dinero.000 Miscellaneous bronze medals (7). date below (Dav. Charles I Memorial 1649. extremely fine £800-1. shield dividing value (Dav. by A. very fine £120-150 1212 1212 1213 x1214 Switzerland. Girometti (Forrer II. rev.. good fine. 273). 1773. bust right. Charles IV (1788-1808).73g. St Gall Abbey. by J. F.290). all 45mm. Britanny. 1814. 5-Pesetas. by E de Roch. and a bronze prize medal for the Conservatoire de Musique de Geneve by A. Revolutionary Coinage. fine (2) £150-200 Switzerland. Charles III (1759-88). SETIEMBRE 1873. the other four non-medical. Neuchatel 1902. LVDI EQVESTRES. bust of female left. pierced. rev. rev. wearing traditional Turkish attire.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 234 anCient. 96.392. a very late cast. Taler. edge bruise otherwise very fine (6) £200-250 1215 1215 Turkey. early 19th century). Madrid.558. bent. 1873. crowned arms (F.Com Page 234 £600-700 .63. HMZ2-867c). France. 53mm. HOPITAL NECKER. Dassier (Eisler II.16g (Biaggi 2794). 1894.201. Denier. by A. Léon Revilliod. very fine. rev. Quarter-Gulden. rev. extremely fine and unusual WWW. Cartegena. 5-Francs. Castile. Zurich. CANTONAL (Dav. rev. crowned arms (Cal. P. and Bern 1903. Gradenigo (1289-1311). head left. 1786. HMZ.34). very fine or better. good very fine. rev. Peace of Geneva 1736. by Roettiers. unnamed. 0. P. KM. Shooting Festival silver medals (5).73g (D. legend in cartouche (HMZ2-1164eee). Widal. 4.338.58). Taler. cleaned.A. very fine (3) £60-80 Spain. shield. Grosso. very fine (2) £100-150 Switzerland. from a mount. good very fine. Italy. 0. 1791 MF.55g. of Glarus 1892. Bouche. knight standing with shield (HMZ2-688c).1778. Divo 122a. by Molart. 4-Escudos. Geoffrey II (1169-86). Anonymous (c. good £250-300 Spain. fine. Louis XIV. Venice. arms. Taler. ¿ Medallion. monogram (DT. Luzern. KM. very fine £50-60 Switzerland. now toned.5).271).294). Madrid. Prof. bust right. by G. 1903. Half-Escudo. Bovy.716). very fine. 8-Reales. rev. fine £80-100 Spain. rev. Ercloe Consalvi 1824. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1205 x1206 1207 1208 1209 1210 1211 Spain. a modern edition with edge stamped BRONZE (7) £150-200 Switzerland. lion. 2. Luzern 1901 (2).88g. with Mexico. cleaned. Luzern. 1.

278.18g.. and original red riband with gold top bar complete with gold retaining hooks. very good. Abdul Hamid II (1876-1909). Swan 332). a superb quality medal.000-5.London 1216 (x1. edge plain (Erüreten p. 30mm.. Half-Dollar. rev.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 235 22 & 23 September. extremely fine. gold medal. 1795. deep scratches. date below.000 United States of America. pierced for wearing. cf.5) 1216 x1217 Turkey. Opening of the Hejaz Railway 1318 AH (1908 AD). toughra above locomotive in wreath. Arabic inscription. of the highest rarity £3. polished. 2014 . in PCGS holder GENUINE NOT GRADABLE £200-300 235 . with original gold suspension. carefully struck with frosted details on brilliant fields. 30.

rev. Palestine. and the West Indies (several hundreds). Abdur Rahman (1880-1901).85g. Coins of the Middle-East. Netherlands Antilles. 5-Cents. Singapore Blood transfusion Service. gold and silver set. Morrocco. Gunmoney Halfcrown. Syria. 5-Leva. Rupee. fine or better (lot) £100-150 1225 1226 END OF THE SALE WWW. toned. 1893. 21⁄ 2 -Dollars. rev. 38mm.000-4. mostly in window envelopes.02g. Gulf States. much brilliance. silver medal on bread rationing 1914-15. arms. large and small hallmarked silver medallions. some with light marks. average very fine (10) £100-150 Miscellaneous silver coins and medals (7). including East Africa. and base metal coins (3). Africa. Pakistan. first two polished from mounts. uncirculated. by Slade.08g. bronze medal of the New Zealand Numismatic Society. 16. Victoria. 88. Afghanistan. Washington Inaugural Centennial 1889. James II.1314/1. Bermuda. 1853. extremely fine £60-80 Eisenhower. 116. Jamaica. 34mm. fine .Com Page 236 . Guyana. Zambia.. britiSh and foreign CoinS and Commemorative medaLS 1218 1218 (x1.02g. Surinam.000 United States of America. Zanzibar.very fine (10) £150-200 Miscellaneous. bust facing three-quarters right. light scratch on face. in case of issue.200-2.STATESMAN. in PCGS holder graded PR69DCAM (2) £300-500 United States of America. Peso. D-Day landing. Farthing.800 1223 Uruguay..17a). 5-Rupees. no certificate (4) £2. EISENHOWER SOLDIER .5) 1218 1219 g1220 1221 x1222 United State of America. Iran. silver medal for Ten Blood Donations. Halfpenny. 3-Gulden. Bulgaria. including Ireland. about extremely fine £3. silver prize medal. Egypt. 1839. 17. 48mm. Turkey. Israel. rev. last very fine (3) £250-300 United States of America. Mombasa. view of the Brooklyn bridge (Douglas 7A). the Bahamas. mostly 19th-20th century. 1856. British Caribbean. including Haley Hill Working Man’s College Halifax. Hampton & Son Ltd. 1821. large and small gold medallions stamped 22 carat. Gadadhara Simha (1681-96). August 1689. Tunisia. gold 10-Dollars. Netherlands. 2007 W. Nigeria. rev. South America. gold Dollars (2). draped bust of Liberty right. 1862. South Africa. value in wreath (KM. 1796. NORMANDY 1944. Jefferson’s Liberty in PCGS holder graded PR69DCAM. Assam.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 236 anCient.. Iraq. Germany. year 33. Half-Dime. 1904. AH. Kenya. white metal medal by Lovett. 1885. eagle within wreath. and West Africa. 1975 S. mixed condition. very fine £100-120 x1224 Miscellaneous medals (12).SPinK. DWIGHT D. bust right. New Zealand 1840-1940. Half ounce.

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Spink & Son are not responsible for typographical errors or omissions.000 £3.500 £500 £750 £1.500 £1.200 £1.000 £500 £440 £280 £150 £130 £120 £450 £400 £120 £180 £300 £100 £110 £110 £200 £110 £300 Lot 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 174 175 176 179 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 204 205 206 Price £70 £280 £60 £150 £140 £200 £120 £280 £800 £90 £50 £60 £40 £130 £80 £140 £70 £40 £80 £50 £50 £130 £90 £50 £100 £50 £110 £80 £80 £130 £130 £50 £320 £100 £120 £80 £420 £200 £160 £200 £190 Lot 207 208 209 210 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 Price £300 £540 £80 £80 £100 £800 £220 £240 £180 £240 £200 £160 £180 £280 £180 £160 £180 £120 £200 £200 £50 £150 £100 £400 £150 £90 £100 £260 £120 £130 £650 £480 £90 £210 £200 £320 £220 £300 £190 £260 £260 Lot 252 253 254 256 257 259 260 261 262 264 265 266 268 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 296 297 298 Price Lot Price £420 £340 £60 £240 £110 £50 £40 £560 £550 £250 £220 £240 £500 £8.200 £950 £850 £400 £1.100 £300 £380 £260 £260 £220 £1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 243 AUCTION RESULTS SaLe: Ancient. Lot 1 3 4 6 7 8 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 46 47 48 49 50 52 53 54 Price £340 £320 £750 £260 £150 £220 £320 £50 £500 £110 £100 £90 £400 £320 £750 £550 £260 £340 £520 £420 £220 £130 £120 £100 £75 £380 £300 £260 £260 £50 £700 £400 £240 £380 £750 £110 £80 £400 £50 £75 £140 Lot 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 65 66 67 69 70 71 72 73 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 83 84 85 86 88 89 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 Price £700 £500 £340 £50 £400 £210 £320 £160 £200 £130 £110 £60 £260 £460 £160 £100 £100 £1.500 £2. British and Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals SaLe no: 14005 date: Wednesday 25 June 2014 v enue: London Spink & Son Ltd 69 Southampton Row Bloomsbury London WC1B 4ET Tel: (020) 7563 4000 The following prices in sterling do not include the buyer’s premium and are rounded to the nearest pound.500 £320 £420 £340 £580 £440 £200 £480 £120 £650 £220 £400 £220 £70 £50 £160 £220 £180 Lot 103 105 107 109 110 112 113 114 116 117 118 119 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 136 138 139 140 142 143 144 145 146 147 149 150 151 152 153 Price £360 £100 £100 £50 £120 £800 £160 £320 £80 £950 £50 £190 £100 £170 £290 £100 £230 £140 £320 £400 £850 £380 £850 £1.100 £800 £950 £800 £110 £110 £580 £950 £7.000 £3.500 £1.200 £340 £340 £350 £5.500 £130 £260 £160 £160 £1.200 £1.700 £170 £140 £80 £150 £260 £260 £150 299 300 301 308 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 £80 £850 £300 £300 £100 £320 £300 £520 £450 £320 £220 £120 £190 £320 £450 £500 £300 £300 £600 £750 £500 £800 £290 £450 £2.100 £800 £450 £300 . Lots which did not sell are not shown.500 £200 £1.

000 £550 £1.400 £1.500 £520 £400 £3.500 £4.400 £480 £120 £450 £380 £170 £420 £1.500 £2.800 £580 £600 £2.400 £650 £1.100 £160 £360 £160 £200 £2.100 £400 £800 £80 £320 £1.000 £2.400 £300 £480 £550 £140 £170 £180 £150 £220 £520 £200 £300 £2.800 £180 £170 £900 £170 £170 £120 £120 £120 £5.200 749 750 751 752 753 754 755 756 757 758 759 760 761 762 763 764 765 766 767 768 769 770 771 772 773 774 775 776 777 778 779 780 781 782 783 784 785 786 787 788 789 790 791 792 793 794 795 796 797 798 799 800 801 802 803 804 805 £650 £180 £580 £2.700 £1.000 £60 £520 £140 £80 £100 £2.800 £300 £420 £320 £300 £380 £340 £200 £300 £220 £420 £160 £550 £130 £85 £1.800 £650 £1.100 £130 £70 £210 £150 £95 £70 £22.600 £160 680 681 682 683 684 685 686 687 688 689 690 691 692 693 694 695 696 697 698 700 701 705 708 711 712 713 714 715 716 717 718 719 720 721 722 723 724 725 726 727 728 729 730 731 732 733 734 735 736 737 738 739 741 742 743 744 745 746 747 748 £820 £750 £450 £650 £350 £320 £4.300 £2.300 £750 £220 £380 £2.200 £2.700 £800 £360 £500 £8.050 £200 £180 £360 £130 £1.000 £140 £150 £360 £1.300 £170 £160 £400 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 506 507 508 509 510 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 520 522 523 524 525 526 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543 544 545 546 547 548 549 550 551 £600 £500 £4.200 £2.000 £1.600 £2.000 £280 £220 £900 £950 £500 £800 615 616 617 618 619 620 621 622 623 625 626 627 628 629 630 631 632 633 634 635 636 637 638 639 641 642 644 645 646 647 648 649 650 651 652 653 654 655 656 658 659 660 661 663 664 665 666 667 668 669 670 671 672 673 674 675 676 677 678 679 £650 £700 £200 £70 £200 £4.600 £350 £190 £170 £520 £160 £520 £200 £400 £400 £1.600 £14.300 £1.300 £400 £580 £170 £150 £500 £320 £600 £130 £360 £400 £500 £1.100 £100 £2.050 £850 £2.400 £750 £300 £420 £800 £900 £1.600 £1.100 £1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 244 Lot Price Lot Price Lot Price Lot Price Lot Price Lot Price Lot Price 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 362 363 364 365 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 383 384 385 386 387 388 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 £210 £220 £220 £1.300 £1.100 £3.500 £300 £300 £320 £130 £150 £100 £180 £100 £130 £60 £380 £110 £240 £240 £190 £100 £750 £60 £150 £600 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 432 433 435 436 437 438 439 442 443 445 446 447 449 450 451 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 464 465 466 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 478 479 480 481 482 485 486 487 £80 £180 £1.500 £650 £80 £500 £260 £240 £130 £180 £130 £220 £120 £800 £600 £170 £320 £580 £480 £100 £200 £80 £180 £600 £420 £450 £1.000 £320 £320 £260 £160 £150 £180 £150 £5.100 £280 £140 £300 £1.400 £4.800 £320 £700 £2.400 £280 £140 £120 £110 £140 £750 .000 £650 £220 £220 £150 £480 £800 £200 £220 £8.500 £1.800 £900 £300 £400 £2.300 £300 £300 £1.250 £260 £340 £100 £110 £150 £550 £340 £320 £380 £500 £1.700 £1.400 £4.000 £700 £280 £300 £350 £4.000 £500 £380 £600 £700 £600 £450 £160 £280 £280 £280 £520 £200 £1.400 £1.400 £2.500 £160 £680 £520 £1.200 £240 £420 £380 £380 £450 £170 £520 £130 £140 £500 £450 £280 £330 £1.500 £220 £200 £280 £250 £160 £1.500 £400 £430 £400 £2.100 £160 £850 £480 £130 £600 £280 £300 £1.000 £1.000 £550 £1.600 £850 £700 £85 £130 £1.800 £170 £220 £80 £260 £300 £520 £400 £600 £650 £150 £170 £55 £3.000 £550 £550 £220 £160 £170 £550 £350 £450 £350 £400 £180 £260 £360 £400 £440 £450 £50 £85 £260 £1.200 £280 £350 £500 £4.300 £1.200 552 553 554 555 556 557 558 559 560 561 562 563 564 566 567 568 569 570 571 572 573 574 575 576 577 578 580 582 583 584 585 586 587 588 589 590 591 592 593 594 595 596 597 598 599 600 601 602 603 604 605 606 607 608 609 610 611 612 613 614 £3.000 £580 £440 £850 £1.100 £900 £180 £360 £400 £350 £260 £220 £140 £2.300 £380 £180 £1.500 £210 £240 £360 £9.600 £1.800 £260 £2.450 £1.700 £1.400 £5.200 £400 £240 £220 £220 £210 £200 £1.600 £180 £100 £260 £380 £1.

prior to the auction. and the conduct of the auction may be such that we are unable to bid as requested. VAT value added tax chargeable under VAT and any similar replacement or additional tax. your deposit will be returned by the same means it was paid to Spink.1 below. You should read these conditions carefully. the item or items described against any Lot number in any catalogue. 04369748)) contract with you (Buyer) either as agent on behalf of the Seller or as principal if we are the Seller. which means a deposit may be required before placing a bid on the item for sale. Bloomsbury London WC1B 4ET (company no. 4. size.4 Commission Bids If you give us instructions to bid on your behalf. we cannot accept liability for failure to make a commission bid. Please be aware that we usually require buyers to undergo a credit check.2 Many items are of an age or nature which precludes their being in perfect condition and some descriptions in the catalogue or given by way of condition report make reference to damage and/or restoration. and should not be relied on either to determine the tone or colour of any item. age. to refuse admission to the premises or attendance at an auction. 3. If we receive commission bids on a particular Lot for identical amounts.4. the fact may be stated by the Auctioneer from the rostrum prior to the sale of the Lot. or you are registering with us for the first time. provenance. we reserve the right to require a deposit of up to 50% of the amount you intend to spend. If you are unsuccessful at auction. BEFORE THE SALE 3.3. Estimates of the selling price should not be relied on as a statement that this price is either the price at which the Lot will sell or its value for any other purpose. margins.3 Bidding as Principal When making a bid (whether such bids are made in person or by way of telephone bids operated by Spink. Forgery means a Lot constituting an imitation originally conceived and executed as a whole with a fraudulent intention to deceive as to authorship.3 If we accept a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity we will submit the Lot to the Expert Committee. regarding the authorship. We provide this information for guidance only and the absence of such a reference does not imply that an item is free from defects or restoration nor does a reference to particular defects imply the absence of any others. you must provide us with copies of such correspondence no later than 7 days after you receive such correspondence. Reserve the amount below which we agree with the Seller that the Lot cannot be sold. commission or online or email bids).2 Notice of a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity must give the reason why such opinion is required and specify the identity of your proposed expert which will be subject to agreement by us. Since this is undertaken as a free service to prospective buyers on the terms stated. 3. at the rates set out in clause 5. and are not to be relied on as statements of definitive fact. date. 3. origin. Hammer Price means the amount of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer in relation to a Lot. Please note that even if we are acting as agent on behalf of the Seller rather than as principal. provided these instructions are received not later than 24 hours before the auction. that you are acting as agent on behalf of a third party buyer acceptable to us.2.4. Condition reports are usually available on request. as set out in clause 5. 1 DEFINITIONS The following definitions apply in these conditions: Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme means a VAT margin scheme as defined by HM Revenue & Customs. are responsible for the correctness of any statement as to the authorship.13 of these Terms and Conditions.5 Should Spink accept a request for an extension under the foregoing provisions of this paragraph. July/14 . Commission bids are undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the sale. and we have the right. you will be deemed to be acting as principal and will be accepting personal liability. 4 AT THE SALE 4. 3. Accordingly. Buyer’s Premium means the charge payable by you as a percentage of the Hammer Price. Information will be posted on our website in such an event.4.3 Other than as set out in clause 5. perforation or other characteristics apparent from the illustration. age. genuineness or provenance of any Lot nor for any other errors of description or for any faults or defects in any Lot.2 The contract for the sale of the Lot will be between you and the Seller. attribution. as “Premium Lots”. 3. before the auction takes place. 3.13 (Refund in the case of Forgery) of these Terms and Conditions and the provisions of clause 5.4. Seller means the owner of the Lot being sold by us. no Lot shall be capable of being a Forgery by reason of any damage and/or restoration work of any kind (including re-enamelling). origin. unless it has been agreed in writing. Every person interested should exercise and rely on his own judgment as to such matters. Lot means any item deposited with us for sale at auction and. No lot illustrated in the catalogue and online shall be rejected on the grounds of cancellation. exercisable at our complete discretion. Certificate of Authenticity means a certificate issued by an Expert Committee confirming the authenticity of a Lot.1 All sales undertaken by us either at auction or privately are undertaken either as agent on behalf of the Seller or from time to time. centring.1 If you wish to obtain an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity on any Lot (other than a mixed Lot or Lot containing undescribed stamps) you must notify us in writing not less than forty-eight hours before the time fixed for the commencement of the first session of the sale. origin. attribution. No request for an extension will be accepted on such a stamp and the return of such a stamp will not be accepted. other than in the case of a Forgery. Some lots may be designated. Catalogue descriptions 3. we shall use reasonable endeavours to do so. culture or source where the correct description as to such matters is not reflected by the description in the catalogue and which at the date of the auction had a value materially less than it would have had if it had been in accordance with the description in the catalogue. medium. 2 SPINK’S ROLE AS AGENT 3 2. our subsidiaries and associated companies. condition or estimated selling price of any Lot are merely statements of opinion. We provide no guarantee to you other than in relation to Forgeries.4. at our discretion.4. 2. You should therefore always attend personally if you wish to be certain of bidding. nor any of our employees or agents. If you have not bid successfully with Spink in the past. and in the absence of fraud. Expert Committee means a committee of experts to whom a Lot may be sent for an extension in accordance with clause 3. genuineness. and at auction these bids are the highest bids for the Lot. such request shall have the same effect as notice of an intention to question the genuineness or description of the Lot for the purposes of clause 5. Spink Group Spink and Son Limited. Any Lot described in the catalogue as having faults or defects may not be returned even if an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity cites other faults or defects not included in the catalogue description. at the time of registration. to refuse a request for an expert opinion or Certificate of Authenticity including (without limitation) where the proposed expert is not known to us. You acknowledge and accept that the length of time taken by an Expert Committee to reach an opinion will vary depending on the circumstances and in any event is beyond our control.2 Registration before bidding You must complete and sign a registration form and provide identification before making a bid at auction. neither the Seller nor we. Such deposit will be deducted from your invoice should you be successful. 4.4 Extensions – Stamps only 3.1 Statements by us in the catalogue or condition report.7 If you receive any correspondence from the Expert Committee in relation to the Lot.4. date.4. period. including but not limited to a Certificate of Authenticity.1 Refusal of admission Our sales usually take place on our own premises or premises over which we have control for the sale.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 245 TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR BUYERS These conditions set out the terms on which we (Spink and Son Limited of 69 Southampton Row.2. it will be sold to the person whose bid was received first. We reserve the right.2. 3.1 3. we may have a financial interest in the Lot. Catalogue and web illustrations are for guidance only.13. as principal if we are the owner of the Lot. in particular. 3. and VAT Symbols means the symbols detailing the VAT status of the Lot details of which are set out at the back of the catalogue. If accepted by us. No lot shall be rejected on the grounds of inaccurate reproduction. or made orally or in writing elsewhere.4 We will not accept a request for an extension on account of condition. by using the form provided in our catalogues or via our website.13 (Refund in the case of Forgery) shall apply accordingly. 4.6 It should be noted that any stamp accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity is sold on the basis of that Certificate only and not on the basis of any other description or warranty as to authenticity.3 Your Responsibility You are responsible for satisfying yourself as to the condition of the goods and the matters referred to in the catalogue description. 3. age. 3.2 Examination of goods You are strongly advised to examine personally any goods in which you are interested.

to put an item up for bidding again.3 To apply for a refund of any VAT paid.5 29/8/14 14:01 Page 246 On-line Bidding We offer internet services as a convenience to our clients.10 Bidding by Spink 4. ICG.000 to £3. £600 to £1.4 Payments should be made by the registered buyer and not by third parties. Payments exceeding £5. 4. a currency converter will be operated.1 As we remain liable to account for VAT on all Lots unless they have been exported outside the EU within 3 months of the date of sale.3 4. 5. the VAT charged on both the Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. based on the one month forward rates of exchange quoted to us by Barclays Bank Plc or any other appropriate rate determined by us.3. Payment 5.14. 5. (iii) By Visa or Mastercard. If there are any problems with a Lot then you must notify us within 7 days of receipt of the Lot. However. 4. NGC. 5. Londonderry. VAT Refunds – Buyers from outside the EU 5. (ii) a breakdown or problems with the online bidding software and/or (iii) a breakdown or problems with your internet connection.8 Video images At some auctions there will be a video screen. This applies even if you wish to export the Lot and an export licence is (or may be) required. Execution of on-line internet bids on www. PMG. 4. 4.4.3. A charge of 2% will be applied. Mistakes may occur in its operation. We will not be responsible for errors or failures to execute bids placed on the internet. You must certify that you are registered for VAT in another EU country and that the Lot is to be removed from the United Kingdom within 3 months of the date of sale. July/14 5.com will have a fee of 3% on the hammer price added to their invoice for using this facility.Buyers from within the EU 5. we.4. Please ensure that your client number is noted on the transfer. then any refundable VAT will not be collected. and we cannot be liable to you regarding either the correspondence of the image to the Lot being sold or the quality of the image as a reproduction of the original. to combine any two or more Lots and. a fee of 3% on the hammer price total for using the-saleroom. the Buyer’s Premium and any applicable VAT) within seven days after the date of the sale. Please note that the processing charges for payments made by cheques or bank drafts drawn on a non-U. the VAT on Buyer’s Premium may be refunded. or the foreign currency equivalent of sterling bids.com and Spink Live is a free service undertaken subject to other commitments at the time of the auction and we do not accept liability for failing to execute an online internet bid or for errors or omissions in connection with this activity. specifying the nature of the problem. Bloomsbury. without limitation. VAT Refunds . computer or system.9 Bidding Increments Bidding generally opens below the low estimate and advances in the following order although the auctioneer may vary the bidding increments during the course of the auction. You must pay the full amount due (comprising the Hammer Price. 4. 5. the proof of export certificate must be sent to our Shipping Department clearly marked ‘VAT Refund’ within 3 months of the date of sale. £6.1 Buyer’s Premium and other charges In addition to the Hammer Price. . Where required.3 Payment should be made in sterling by one of the following methods: II(i) Direct bank transfer to our account details of which are set out on the invoice.6 Telephone Bids If you make arrangements with us not less than 24 hours before the sale.000 and up Auctioneer’s discretion 5.spink. All bank charges shall be met by you. which is usually sterling for auctions held in London.14 Return of Lot 4.13. ANACS. the cancellation of the sale of any Lot and the refund of the corresponding purchase price is entirely at our sole discretion.14. details of the bank from which any payments to us will be made. you will be liable to us for the full amount of the VAT due on such Lot and we shall be entitled to invoice you for this sum. the striking of his hammer marks the acceptance of the highest bid. 5.10.1 You must provide us with your full name and permanent address and.3. In all other cases credits will be made when proof of export is provided.8 Where the Lot is marked as an Omega (Ω) Lot or an Import VAT (x) Lot and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale.13 After Sale Arrangements If you enter into any private sale agreements for any Lot with the Seller within 60 days of the auction.4 Value Added Tax Other than in respect of Zero-rated Lots (o) VAT is chargeable on the Hammer price and the Buyer’s premium of daggered (†) and (Ω) lots at the standard rate (currently 20%).K bank shall be met by you.000 by £500 £20. please be aware that the ultimate responsibility in respect of obtaining a valid proof of export certificate will lie with you and we will not be responsible for your failure to obtain such certificate.11 The Auctioneer’s Discretion The auctioneer has the right at his absolute discretion to refuse any bid to advance the bidding in such manner as he may decide to withdraw or divide any Lot. we can advise you on how to export such Lots as a specific form of export evidence is required. We shall not be liable to you for any loss suffered as a result of you following the currency converter. at opening on the date of the auction. but in no circumstances will we be liable to either the Seller or you as a result of failure to do so. but not limited to PCGS.500-£3. 4. 5. Buyers who acquire lots on the-saleroom. you must pay us the Buyer’s Premium at a rate of 20% of the final Hammer price of each lot.000 to £20. Please ensure that the remittance slip printed at the bottom of the invoice is enclosed with your payment.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 4. in the case of error or dispute.200-£3.3. The currency converter is not always reliable. We may then request that the Lot is returned to us for inspection.7 Where the Lot is marked as a Daggered (†) or Investment Gold (g) Lot the VAT charged on the Hammer Price may be refunded where evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale. you will generally be asked to deposit all amounts of VAT invoiced. no refund of VAT is available from us. 4. errors or failures caused by (i) a loss of internet connection by either party for whatever reason. VAT on Margin scheme lots (identified by the absence of any VAT symbol next to the lot number) is payable at 20% on the Buyer’s premium only. and the Seller a commission in accordance with the terms of the Seller’s agreement. VAT Refunds General 5. and errors may occur beyond our control either in the accuracy of the Lot number displayed on the converter.6 Where a Lot is included within the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme and evidence of export from the EU is produced within 3 months of the date of sale.4. unless it has been agreed at the time of registration that you are acting as an agent on behalf of a third party. provided always that such bid is higher than the Reserve (where applicable).3. which will never be above the low estimate printed in the auction catalogue. if so requested.000 etc.000 can normally only be made by the card holder in person whilst on our premises. and the conclusion of a contract for sale between you and the Seller. i(ii) By cheque or bank draft made payable to Spink and Son Ltd and sent to Spink at 69 Southampton Row.3.2 No lot may be returned on account of condition if the condition was stated by a third party grading company (including. 4.4 VAT refunds are available on the Hammer Price and Buyer’s Premium of Daggered (†) and Investment Gold (g) Lots. and on lots marked (x) at the reduced rate (currently 5% on the Hammer price and 20% on the Buyer’s premium). Bidding will take place in a currency determined by us. If you export the Lot yourself you must obtain shipping documents from the Shipping Department for which a charge of £50 will be made.3. Where we advise you on the export of the Lots. This includes instances where special arrangements were made for release of Lot prior to full settlement. London WC1B 4ET.000 by £100 £3. The normal bidding increments are: Up to £100 by £5 £100 to £300 by £10 £300 to £600 £320-£350-£380-£400 etc. We will not normally exercise that discretion if the Lot is not received by us in the same condition that it was in at the auction date. as exclusive agents of the Seller reserve the right to charge you the applicable Buyer’s Premium in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.000 to £6.2 You will not acquire title to the Lot until all amounts due have been paid in full. Save as set out in clause 5.1 Once your bid has been accepted for a Lot then you are liable to pay for that Lot in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.2 The Spink Group reserves the right to bid on and purchase Lots as principal.2 If you export the Lot you must return the valid proof of export certificate to us within 3 months of the date of sale. No payment will be made where the total amount of VAT refundable is less than £50 and Spink will charge £50 for each refund processed. 4.12 Successful Bid Subject to the auctioneer’s discretion.800-£4. 5.4. 5 AFTER THE AUCTION 5.1 We reserve the right to bid on Lots on the Seller’s behalf up to the amount of the Reserve (if any).3. we shall use reasonable endeavours to contact you to enable you to participate in bidding by telephone. If you fail to return the proof of export certificate to us within such period and you have not already accounted to us for the VAT. if a Spink nominated shipper is instructed. 5.com and a surcharge for paying by credit card.2 5.5 Where an EU buyer purchases a Lot on which import VAT has been charged. It may be possible to apply directly for a refund on form VAT 65 to HM Revenue & Customs Overeseas Repayment Section. 4.000 £3. WBG).000 by £50 £1.10. including.7 Currency Converter At some auctions. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a collectibles dealer.

free from any third party claims. in the same condition as at the auction date.5 to reject at any future auction any bids made by you or on your behalf or obtain a deposit from you before accepting any bids.10. 5.12. and is solely for the benefit of the person to whom the original invoice was made out by us in respect of the Lot when sold and who. expenses.5 If you request that we apply for an export licence on your behalf.2 It is the responsibility of the Buyer to be aware of any Import Duties that may be incurred upon importation to the final destination.2 you will not be entitled to collect the Lot until all outstanding charges are met. 5. Auctioneers or live bidding platforms who receive details of the default may rely on such information when deciding whether to enter into a transaction with you in the future. legal fees. and 5. 5. 5. Export licences are usually obtained within two or three weeks but delays can occur. whether or not you so direct. whichever is the earlier. Without prior agreement. within seven days of the receipt of the Lot(s). incurred in connection with your failure to make payment.1. Our postage charges are set out at the back of the catalogue. and pay any balance to you. 5. 5.4 you must provide to us all evidence obtained by you that a Lot is a Forgery no later than 7 days after you receive such evidence.3. lots will not be released until cleared funds are received with regard to payments made by cheque.2.12.2 If the Lot is going to be hand carried by you. July/14 5.3.1 to cancel the sale of the Lot or any other item sold to you at the same or any other auction.4 where several amounts are owed by you to the Spink Group in respect of different transactions.1.4 Unless otherwise agreed by us in writing. 5. which must be within 7 days of the date of the sale. (e) Lots with Zero rated hammer for EU VAT registered buyers. and.12. the fact that you wish to apply for an export licence does not affect your obligation to make payment within seven days nor our right to charge interest on late payment.5 Invoices Invoices may consist of one or more pages and will show: Zero rated Lots (o).3 as soon as possible following return of the Lot. 5. whether or not payment has been made. 5.1 A sale will be cancelled. 5.10. 5.1 If required we can. or 5.1 death or personal injury resulting from negligence.10.13.13. 5. You are requested to contact us by telephone or in person as soon as possible after the auction to obtain details of the outcome of your bids to avoid incurring charges for late payment. 5.2. unless prior arrangements have been made with Spink.13.10.11. Following fourteen days’ notice to you of the amount outstanding and remaining unpaid. no symbol Lots sold under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme.8. the Spink Group shall have the right to arrange the sale of such Lots or other property. imported Lots marked (x) and (Ω). 5. advise you on the detailed provisions of the export licensing regulations.2 to arrange a resale of the Lot. whether or not such process was used or in use at the date of the auction.2. together with payment of all other amounts due to us. While Invoices are sent out by mail after the auction we do not accept responsibility for notifying you of the result of your bid. 5. Daggered Lots (†).7 Notification We are not able to notify successful bidders by telephone.10.12. or to the Spink Group. The onus is also on the Buyer to be aware of any Customs import restrictions that prohibit the importation of certain collectibles.1. nature of the default and the date of the default. we shall in addition be entitled: 5.13.6.1 Unless specifically agreed to the contrary.10 Remedies for non-payment or failure to collect purchases 5. or (b) it can be demonstrated that the Lot is a Forgery only by means of either a scientific process not generally accepted for use until after publication of the catalogue or a process which at the date of the auction was unreasonably expensive or impracticable or likely to have caused damage to the Lot.2 to set off against any amounts which the Spink Group may owe you in any other transaction the outstanding amount remaining unpaid by you. to apply any amount paid to discharge any amount owed in respect of any particular transaction.10.10.1. Although we may suggest carriers if specifically requested.3 we may keep hold of all or some of your Lots or other property in the possession of the Spink Group until you have paid all the amounts you owe us or the Spink Group. changes in atmospheric conditions or acts of terrorism.10.6 Collection of Purchases 5. 5.2 In no circumstances shall we be required to pay you any more than the amount paid by you for the Lot concerned and you shall have no claim for interest.12. you will be required 5. the Lot will be entirely at your risk.2 You consent to us disclosing details of such default to other auctioneers and live bidding platforms. we shall retain lots purchased until all amounts due to us.2 any damage or liability incurred by you as a result of our fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation.11.1. commissions and premiums of whatever kind associated with both sales or otherwise. has remained the owner of the Lot without disposing of any interest in it to any third party. have been paid in full. 5.13.1 We reserve the right to refuse you the right to make bids for any future auction irrespective of whether previous defaults have been settled. Furthermore. together with any relevant VAT.3 If you fail to collect within fourteen days after the sale. Lots marked (g) special scheme Investment Gold. we shall be entitled to exercise one or more of the following rights or remedies: 5. whichever is sooner. Where we advise you in relation to export licensing regulations the ultimate responsibility in respect of any export will lie with you and we will not be responsible for your failure to apply for any necessary licences. Spink will not accept return of the Lot(s) under these circumstances.1.8 Packing and handling 5.12. publicly or privately.10. 5.6 We will not be obliged to rescind a sale nor to refund any interest or other expenses incurred by you where payment is made by you despite the fact that an export licence is required. We shall apply the proceeds in discharge of the amount outstanding to us or the Spink Group.13.1. .1 We shall use all reasonable endeavours to take care when handling and packing a purchased Lot but remind you that after seven days or from the time of collection.10.6. 5. and the amount paid refunded to you if a Lot (other than a miscellaneous item not described in the catalogue) sold by us proves to have been a Forgery. which will include your name. damages.11 Uses of default information If you fail to make payment for a Lot in accordance with these Terms and Conditions: 5.1.13 Refund in the case of Forgery 5. 5. 5. from the date the full amount is due.8.4 We shall be entitled to rely on any scientific or other process to establish that the Lot is not a Forgery. 5. calculated on a daily basis. our suggestions are made on the basis of our general experience of such parties in the past and we are not responsible to any person to whom we have made a recommendation for the acts or omissions of the third parties concerned. 5. that in your view the Lot concerned is a Forgery. items retained by us will be covered in accordance with our policy which is available for inspection at our offices from the date of sale for a period of seven days or until the time of collection.1. 5. the Lot is entirely at your risk. After seven days or from the time of collection.2 If you fail to make payment within thirty-five days.3 You should always check whether an export licence is required before exporting.3 Our policy will not cover and we are unable to accept responsibility for damage caused by woodworm. you should note that this refund can be obtained only if the following conditions are met: 5. you must produce evidence satisfactory to us that the Lot is a Forgery and that you are able to transfer good title to us. or 6.1 to charge interest at the rate of 2% per month compound interest.10.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 29/8/14 14:01 Page 247 5. 5. Buyers will be required to pay for their lots when they wish to take possession of the same. and 5.6. 6 LIABILITY Nothing in these Terms and Conditions limits or excludes our liability for: 6. or fairly indicated that there was a conflict of opinions.13. address. even if the unpaid amounts do not relate to those Lots or other property. if this results in a lower price being obtained.13.1 to pay a storage charge of £2 per item per day plus any additional handling cost that may apply. at our discretion. 5.12 Export Licence 5. whichever is sooner.3 If the Buyer requires delivery of the Lot to an address other than the invoice address this will be carried out at the discretion of Spink. we shall be entitled to recover from you our disbursements and out of pocket expenses in relation to such application.9 Recommended packers and shippers If required our shipping department may arrange shipment as your agent. 5.10.10.2.4 take any other appropriate action as we deem fit.2 Unless we notify you to the contrary.1 you must notify us in writing. We shall not however be obliged to refund any amounts if either (a) the catalogue description or saleroom notice at the auction date corresponded to the generally accepted opinion of scholars or experts at that time. Spink will not accept responsibility for Lot(s) seized or destroyed by Customs. 5. claim the balance from you together with all reasonable costs including a 20% seller’s commission. Spink will not accept return of any package in order to avoid these duties.1 If you fail to make payment within seven days of your stipulated payment date set out in your invoice.3 The benefit of this guarantee is not capable of being transferred.10.2 you must then return the item to us within fourteen days from receipt of the Lot(s).8. 5.3 when reselling the Lot. 5. you may be required to produce a valid export licence to us or sign a waiver document stating that a licence will be applied for. place a notice in our catalogue stating that you successfully purchased the Lot at auction but have subsequently failed to pay the Hammer Price of the Lot. since the sale.

you agree that we may pass your information to credit reference agencies and that they may keep a record of any search that they do. or faxed to the address given to the sender by the other party.com for calculation of any further relevant cost in addition to the above charges. loss of business. and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way we see fit.2 process your payment relating to a successful purchase of a Lot. 7.4.2 Unless specifically provided otherwise. lock-outs or other industrial disputes (whether involving our workforce or the workforce of any other party). Certain countries may incur extra charge when courier services are required by our insurance policy. 7. fire.001 £20 £50 £60 Shipments of more than 2kg or volumetric measurement of more than 2kg have to be sent by courier. 7. If we incur any unforeseen cost or expense as a result of the information being incorrect.11. No single or partial exercise of such right or remedy shall preclude or restrict the further exercise of that (or any other) right or remedy.500 £10 £15 £20 Up to £10. or 11. the information cannot be changed. 11. loss of contract. rule. 7. civil commotion.1 Limitation of Liability Subject to clause 6. or in connection with. Where possible. Upon request on sale day. illustrations or written material without our prior written consent. iii. Such Lots can be identified by the absence of any VAT symbol next to the Lot number in the catalogue and will not be subject to VAT on the Hammer Price. flood. but you may stop receiving these at any time by contacting us. or delayed in performing.3 arrange for delivery of any Lot you purchase.2 Severability If any part of these Terms and Condition is found by any court to be invalid. our obligations under these Terms and Conditions or from carrying on our business by acts. consequential or pure economic loss.2. 11. All rights in such an image will belong to us. which will include passing your details to shipping providers and. Zero-Rated Lots Limited Categories of goods.1. subject to the normal rules for recovering input tax. are Zero-rated (o) for VAT in the United Kingdom.5. the law of England and Wales. 11. At this point the Buyer is treated as the importer and is liable to pay the import VAT due. 11. and construed in accordance with. Postal Charges Prices for books (items sent by this method are not covered by insurance) Weight UK EU Rest of the World Up to 1kg £8 for any weight £12 £15 Up to 2kg £8 for any weight £18 £25 Prices for all other items including postage and packaging Invoice Value UK EU Rest of the World Up to £1.4. we will issue invoices that show VAT separately on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium. July/14 11. nor preclude or restrict its further exercise.1. illustrations and written material relating to a Lot is and shall remain at all times our property and we shall have the right to use it in whatever way we see fit. loss of corruption of data or information. loss of use. whether in tort (including for negligence) or breach of statutory duty. Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme 1. 7.2 any special. breakdown of plant or machinery.5 Law and Jurisdiction 11.2 In accordance with clause 4. storm or default of suppliers or subcontractors. video or otherwise produce an image of the Lot. war. In these cases we have used a temporary importation procedure. This will enable VAT-registered businesses to recover the VAT charged as input tax. Daggered Lots Lots which are Daggered (†) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 20% on both the Hammer Price and the Buyer’s Premium. Terms and Conditions or their subject matter. charges or expenses. accident. rights arising under these Terms and Conditions are cumulative and do not exclude rights provided by law. Where Lots are sold using the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme to UK VAT–registered businesses.5. For lots sent by courier please contact Auctionteam@spink. You shall not use or allow anyone else to use such images.3 Force majeure We shall have no liability to you if we are prevented from. 8. we will offer Lots for sale under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. 2. Once printed. costs.4 inform you about similar products or services that we provide.1 We will use the personal information you provide to us to: 7. indirect. ii.2 The parties irrevocably agree that the courts of England and Wales shall have exclusive jurisdiction to settle any dispute or claim that arises out of. you will reimburse to us on demand the full amount incurred.2 The copyright in all images. events. compliance with any law or governmental order. 11.1. riot.000 £20 £30 £40 Above £10. In these circumstances no VAT will be added to the Buyer’s premium. damages. 11. shall be governed by. act of God. iv.1 loss of profits. for example.1.Spink 14006 Coins pages:Layout 1 7 8 9 29/8/14 14:01 Page 248 USE OF YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION 7.1.4 We are also working closely with third parties (including. We will collect the VAT from you and pay it to HM Customs and Excise on your behalf. Any notice sent by post will be deemed to have been received on the second working day after posting or. that part may be discounted and the rest of the conditions shall continue to be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.3 In accordance with clause 5. Imported and Omega Lots Lots which are marked (x) in the catalogue are subject to VAT at 5% on the Hammer price plus 20% on the Buyer’s premium. 7. we shall not be liable.1 These Terms and Conditions and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them or their subject matter. 10 NOTICES All notices given under these Terms and Conditions may be served personally. omissions or accidents beyond our reasonable control. Value Added Tax (VAT) Charging of (VAT) at Auction The information shown on this page sets out the way in which Spink intends to account for VAT.1 We shall have the right (on a non-exclusive basis) to photograph. on overseas deliveries. VAT You shall give us all relevant information about your VAT status and that of the Lot to ensure that the correct information is printed in the catalogues. This VAT is payable on items imported from outside the EU. to customs where they make enquiries regarding the Lot. Such Lots are offered under the Auctioneers’ Margin Scheme. if the addressee is overseas. misrepresentation or otherwise for any: 11. Any notice sent by fax or served personally will be deemed to be delivered on the first working day following despatch. loss of goods. the VAT on Buyers’ Premium is not recoverable as input tax. 11 ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS The following provisions of this clause 10 shall apply only if you are acting for the purposes of your business. other auctioneers and live bidding platforms) and may receive information about you from them. including (without limitation) strikes. A refund of VAT charged on the Buyer’s Premium can also be made on receipt of proof of business as a collectibles dealer outside of the EU.1 process the bids you make on Lots (whether successful or otherwise) and other auction related services we provide. which in effect means that the point of importation is deferred until the Lot has been sold. malicious damage. such as books. . v.4 Waiver 11. failure of a utility service or transport network.1 A waiver of any right under these Terms and Conditions is only effective if it is in writing and it applies only to the circumstances for which it is given. regulation or direction. No failure or delay by a party in exercising any right or remedy under these Terms and Conditions or by law shall constitute a waiver of that (or any other) right or remedy. you agree that where you default on making payment for a Lot in accordance with these terms and conditions we may disclose details of such default to other auctioneers and live bidding platforms. Lots which bear the Omega symbol (Ω) are subject to VAT at 20% on the Hammer Price and on the Buyer’s Premium. depletion of goodwill and/or similar losses. i. contract. illegal or unenforceable. COPYRIGHT 8. on the fifth working day after posting.1. sent by 1st class post. loss of anticipated savings. Investment Gold Lots Lots marked (g) in the catalogue are exempt from VAT on the Hammer Price and are subject to VAT at 20% on the Buyer’s Premium.

Stephen Goldsmith WINES CHINA . BONDS & SHARES UK .Anna Lee Tommy Chau COINS UK . Decoration.Mike Veissid Richard Bishop Eleanor Charlotte Dix Tim Robson Edouard Wyngaard Jon Mann Barbara Mears John Pett USA .Philip Skingley Jennifer Mulholland AUTOGRAPHS USA .Spink 14006 Coins cover:Layout 1 29/8/14 13:49 Page 2 GROUP CHAIRMAN AND CEO Olivier D. The Alan Parsons Collection The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale Australian Commonwealth from the Vestey Collection The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Philatelic Collector’s Series Sale The Leeward Islands. DECORATIONS.Kin Choi Cheung BANKNOTES. Stocker YOUR SPECIALISTS STAMPS UK .George Eveleth Richard Debney EUROPE .Peter Christen CHINA . British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals London New York Hong Kong London London 14006 321 CSS13 14038 14007 World Banknotes World Banknotes The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale World Banknotes London London New York Hong Kong London 14013 14013 321 CSS13 14039 Orders.Mark Quayle Oliver Pepys John Hayward BOOKS UK .Stephen Goldsmith EUROPE .Stephen Goldsmith Greg Cole CHINA .Tim Hirsch Guy Croton Fernando Martínez David Parsons Nick Startup Neill Granger Paul Mathews Dominic Savastano Tom Smith Ian Shapiro (Consultant) USA .Guido Craveri Fernando Martínez CHINA . MEDALS & MILITARIA SALE CALENDAR 2014 STAMPS 20 September 20 September 25 September 10 October 11 October 16 October 6/7 November 26/27 November 11 December Sale of Stamps of Singapore Philatelic Museum Handling Collection Stamps and Covers of South East Asia including the Peter Cockburn Award Winning Collection of Straits Settlements and Malayan States Revenue Stamps Great Britain from the Vestey Collection Indian Postal Agencies in the Persian Gulf Area. British & Foreign Coins and Commemorative Medals The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Important Collection of Islamic and Indian Coins Ancient.SINGAPORE) Vice Chairman Anna Lee Administration Angie Ihlofung Newton Tsang Sue Pui Howard Tong Arthur Chan Gary Tan The above sale dates are subject to change Spink offers the following services: – VALUATIONS FOR INSURANCE AND PROBATE FOR INDIVIDUAL ITEMS OR WHOLE COLLECTIONS – – SALES ON A COMMISSION BASIS EITHER OF INDIVIDUAL PIECES OR WHOLE COLLECTIONS – SFW10 SFW11 .Barnaby Faull Mike Veissid Andrew Pattison Monica Kruber USA .Paul Pei Po Chow Kelvin Cheung ORDERS. Campaign Medals & Militaria London 14003 The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale Bonds and Share Certificates of the World New York Hong Kong London 321 CSS13 14017 The Numismatic Collector’s Series Sale New York Wines and Spirits Wines and Spirits Hong Kong Hong Kong COINS 22/23 September 15/16 October 21 November 2 December 3/4 December UK . Bahamas and Turks Islands from the Vestey Collection Singapore 14034 Singapore London Hong Kong Hong Kong London New York London London 14026 14031 14037 CSS10 14032 150 14025 14033 Ancient.Vincent Cleme Anna Lee Guillaume Willk-Fabia BANKNOTES 30 September 1/2 October 15/16 October 21 November 9/10 December YOUR EUROPE TEAM (LONDON .LUGANO) Chairman’s Office Charles Blane Directors Tim Hirsch Anthony Spink Auction & Client Management Team Miroslava Adusei-Poku Edward Rivers Luca Borgo Rita Ariete Dora Szigeti John Winchcombe María Martínez Maurizio Schenini Finance Alison Bennet Marco Fiori Mina Bhagat Dennis Muriu Billy Tumelty Hemel Thakore IT & Administration Berdia Qamarauli Leszek Woronowicz Liz Cones Curlene Spencer Tom Robinson Cristina Dugoni Giacomo Canzi YOUR AMERICA TEAM (NEW YORK) MEDALS 20 November BONDS AND SHARES 15/16 October 21 November 28 November AUTOGRAPHS 15/16 October 321 Auction Administration and Marketing & Design Sonia Alves Luke Mitchell Madison Lang Finance & Administration Aleena Nieves Auctioneer Stephen Goldsmith WINES 19 September 20 November YOUR ASIA TEAM (HONG KONG .

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