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Full text of "The Charles Butler collections : Catalogue of the collection of coins and medals formed by the late Charles Butler, esq., comprising ancient Greek coins in gold and silver...Roman Republican and Imperial coins...English coins in gold, silver and bronze, foreign coins, etc., which will be sold by auction by messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge at their house...Monday 3rd July, 1911"

THE CHARLES BUTLER COLLECTIONS. 

CATALOGUE 

OF 

THE COLLECTION OF 

COINS AND MEDALS 

FORMED BY THE LATE 

CHARLES BUTLER, ESQ. 

(of Warren Wood, Hatfield, and Connaught Place, W.) 
COMPRISING 

ANCIENT GREEK COINS IN GOLD AND SILVER 

INCLUDING SOME VEIIY FINE MEDALLIONS OF SYRACUSE AND LARGE 
GOLD COINS OF THE PTOLEMIES ; 

ROMAN REPUBLICAN AND IMPERIAL COINS 

WITH AN IMPORTANT SERIES OF AUREI AND SOME VERY FINE COINS IN BRONZE; 

ENGLISH COINS IN GOLD, SILVER AND BRONZE, 

EMBRACING SOME NOTABLE COINS AND PROOFS IN GOLD ; 

FOREIGN COINS, 
(SmgltsI) attir JFnmgn Jlfoimis in (Snltr antr Hilte, 

WITH WHICH IS INCLUDED THE VERY RARE NAVAL REWARD MEDAL OF ELIZABETH 
FOR THE SPANISH ARMADA, IN GOLD; 

ITALIAN MEDALS AND PLAQUETTES 

IN BRONZE OF THE EARLY AND LATER RENAISSANCE PERIODS ; 
COIN CABINETS, &c. 



WHICH WILL HE SOLD BY AUCTION, 

BV MESS US. 

SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE 

.Auctioneers of fCiteranj ^Iropcrtn & tfSlorhs illustrative of tlje 3fine ^Vrts, 

AT THEIR HOUSE, No. 13, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND, W.C. 

On MONDAY, 3rd of JULY, 1911, and Four following Days, and 

On MONDAY, the 10th of JULY, and following Day, 

AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY. 



MAY I!K VIKWKD TWO DAYS IMUOU. CATALOGUES MAY BE HAD. 

DRYDKN PRK8S : J. DAVY AND SONS, 8-ft, FRITH-8TRKKT, SOHO-SQUARE, W. 



CONDITIONS OF SALE. 

I. The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute 
arise between bidders, the lot so disputed shall be 
immediately put up again, provided the auctioneer 
cannot decide the said dispute. 

II. No person to advance less than Is.; above five pounds 
2s. 6d., and so on in proportion. 

III. In the case of lots upon which there is a reserve, the 

auctioneer shall have the right to bid on behalf of the 
seller. 

IV. The purchasers to give in their names and places of 

abode, and to pay down 10s. in the pound, if required, 
in part payment of the purchase-money ; in default 
of which the lot or lots purchased will be immediately 
put up again and re-sold. 

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

VI. The lots to be taken away, at the buyer's expense, imme- 
diately after the conclusion of the sale ; in default of 
which Messrs. SOTHEBY, AVILKINSON & HODGE 
will not hold themselves responsible if lost, stolen, 
damaged, or otherwise destroyed, but they will be 
left at the sole risk of the purchaser. If, at the 
expiration of Two Days after the conclusion of the 
sale, the lots are not cleared or paid for, they will 
then be catalogued for immediate sale, and the ex- 
pense, the same as if re-sold, will be added to the 
amount at which they were bought. Messrs. 
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE will have 
the option of re-selling the lots uncleared, either by 
public or private sale., without any notice being given 
to the defaulter. 

VII. Upon failure of complying with the above conditions, 
the money required and deposited in part of payment 
shall be forfeited, and if any loss is sustained in the 
re-selling of such lots as are not cleared or paid for, 
all charges on suck re-sale shall be made good by the 
defaulters at this sale. 

Gentlemen, who cannot attend this Sale, may have their 
Commissions faithfully executed by their humble Servants, 
SOTHEBY, WILKINSON & HODGE, 

1 3, Wellington Street, Strand, London. 
Telegraphic Address : " Abinitio London." Telephone: 3852 Gerrard. 

COMMISSIONS CANNOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BE ACCEPTED BY 
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THE CHABLES BUTLER COLLECTIONS. 
CATALOGUE 

OF THE 

VALUABLE AND EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF 

COINS AND MEDALS 

OF THE LATE 

CHARLES BUTLER, ESQ. 

of Warren Wood, Hat field, and Connaught Place, W. 



FIRST DAY'S SALE. 



GREEK COINS. 

GOLD. 



LOT 



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1 Syracuse : Democracy of Timoleon ; EL, wt. 53-5 grs. ; laureate head 
of Apollo to left; omphalos behind neck; ZYPAKOZIflN, 
Tripod lebes ; a very fine example and of excellent style; from the 
Thomas and Bale collections [PI. I] 1 



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Syracuse : Hiero II ; A^, wt. 66 grs. ; Head of Persephone to left, with 
fillet of corn around head and wearing earring and necklace ; 
behind neck, bucranium ; , IEP.QNOZ (exergue), Biga to right 
driven by female charioteer ; in lower field, AT (monogram) ; an 
unusually fine example and rare ; from the Thomas and Bale 
collections [PI. I] 

Philip II of Macedonia: N, wt. 132 grs. ; laureate head of Apollo to 
right; <|>IAinnOY (exergue); Fast biga to right; below 
horses, Nike Stephanophoros flying to right ; fine and an uncommon 
variety 1 



First Day 2 

4 Philip II of Macedonia: N, wt. 132-5 grs. ; as preceding, but with 

f ulmen beneath horses ; very fine 

5 Philip II of Macedonia : A r , ivt. 132-5 grs. ; similar, but with trident 
7 / V ' head beneath horses ; fine 1 

6 Philip II of Macedonia: A r , wt. 130-5 grs. ; similar, same adjunct as 
tf/o/' last coin ; very fine 

1 Philip II of Macedonia : A T , wt. 1 30-5 grs. ; similar, cantharus beneath 
horses ; of unusual style, the rev. types imperfectly struck ; very 
fine [PI. I] 1 

8 Philip II of Macedonia : N, wt. 132 grs. ; similar, monogram (PAP) 
d,/-/- and star beneath the horses ; fine 1 

9 Philip II of Macedonia: A 7 ", tut. 132 grs. ; similar, but of very unusual 
/ / / style and with K (monogram ?) beneath the horses ; somewhat 

worn 1 

10 Philip II of Macedonia: N, wt. 132-5 grs. ; similar, trident head 
j7-/~ beneath the horses ; fine and rare 1 

11 Philip II of Macedonia: N, wt. 32-5 grs. ; Head of young Herakles 
/*/" to right; , Club, bow and cantharus, <|>IAIPPOY beneath 

Philip II of Macedonia : N, wt. 10-5 grs. ; laureate head of Apollo to 
right; badly double-struck (<NAIPPOY between fulmen and 
lion's mask 1) ; the second coin rare 2 

12 Alexander the Great : A 7 ", wt. 132 grs. ; Head of Athena to right; 
^.A/C serpent on helmet; & AAEEANAPOY BAZIAEHZ; Nike 

to left, holding banner-staff and wreath ; in lower field, two mono- 
grams, H PY in wreath, and AX ; very fine ; from the Bale sale 1 

13 Alexander the Great : A 7 ", wt. 132 grs. ; similar types, but without title 

on ; adjunct, stag's head to right; a rare variety, fine 1 

14 Alexander the Great : A 7 ", wt. 130'5 grs. ; types as last coin ; with title 
j /ft /- B AZ I A EflZ ; two monograms in field ( H P to left, M I to right) ; 

fine 1 

15 Alexander the Great : A", wt. 132 grs. ; types as last coin; without 
z L^l' title ; Zl (Sidon) in lower field to left and Phoenician (?) letter to 

left ; fine 1 

16 Alexander the Great : A 7 ", wt. 133 grs. ; similar to last coin, but with 
7 ////-'' monogram (TK) in field ; very fine 

17 Alexander the Great: A 7 , wt. 132 grs. ; similar types, a griffin on the 
/ , helmet of Athena ; the inscription arranged around field in front 

(ft * '/ ' of Nike, some of the letters reversed ; O in field to right ; a 

remarkable and very rare type ; of somewhat barbarous" style 1 



3 First Day 

18 Lysimachus, of Thracia : A 7 ", wt. 132 grs. ; Deified head of Alexander 

the Great to right, with diadem and horn of Zeus Ammon ; 

//A/' fy BAXIAE . . AYZIMAXOY, Pallas Nikephoros seated to 

left ; in field, lion's head to left ; a very fine and rare coin ; from 

the Thomas and Bale sales [PI. I] 1 

19 Lysimachus, of Thracia : A 7 ", wt. 131 grs. ; similar to last coin, minted 
/ v at Byzantion ; BY on throne, monogram ( BYfl ) in field below 

ff I Nike, and trident in exergue ; fine and an unusual variety; from 

the Bale sale [PI. I] 1 

20 Kings of Pontus : Rhoimetalkes ; under Hadrianus ; El., wt. 120 grs. ; 

BAG I A6 COC POIMHTAAKOY, Diademed head of the King 
to right ; fy Laureate head of Hadrianus to right ; beneath neck, 
date letters 9AY = BLY (432 or A.D. 135) ; fine and rare 1 

21 Kings of Pontus : Eupator, under M. Aurelius and L. Verus ; EL, wt. 

119 grs.: BACIAetOC eYHATOPOC, Diademed head of 

/ /_ King to right ; club in front ; , Bust of M. Aurelius to right, 

*/ * ' facing head of L. Verus ; beneath, 0NY (= 459, or A.D. 162) ; 

fine and rare 1 

22 Kings of Pontus : Rheskouporis III, under Caracalla ; EL, wt. 119-5 grs. ; 

diademed head of King to right ; sceptre (?) in front ; $> Laureate 

/ Ly. / draped bust of Caracalla to right ; beneath, Sl<|> (-= 516, or A.D. 

219) ; fine and rare 1 

23 Persia: N Daric; ivt. 128'5 grs. ; King to right, kneeling on right 

knee; a spear in his right hand, and a bow in the left; p, usual 
incuse ; fine and uncommon 1 

24 Persia : N Daric ; ivt. 127-5 grs. ; similar to last coin, but not so well 
i,/LJ- spread 1 

25 Bactria : Bazodeo (Vasu Deva) ; N, wt. 123 grs. ; POONOPOOB 

OSOOSOVOBONO ; King standing to left, swastika between 

/i) 1^ feet ; OKPO, Siva and bull. And a smaller Coin, wt. 29 grs. ; 

with similar types ; the first coin very fine and from the East India 

Co.'s Museum and the Sparkes collection 2 

26 Egypt : Ptolemy I ; large N, int. 274'5 grs. ; diademed head of Ptolemy 

Soter to right; BAZI AEHZ PTOAEM AIOY, Eagle to left, 
. / standing on fulmen ; in field to left, ZT and monogram ( AP ) ; 

extremely fine and rare ; from the Northwick and Bale collections 
[PI. I] 1 

27 Egypt : Ptolemy I ; A 7 ", 275'5 grs. ; similar to last coin, but with 

monogram (Zfl ?) only in field of ; very fine and rare 1 

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First Day 4 

28 Egypt : Ptolemy II and Arsinoe II with Ptolemy I and Berenice ; 

N, wt. 428*5 grs. ; jugate heads of Philadelphia and his Queen to 
right; above, AAEA<f>.QN ; in field to left, monogram ( AP); 
Similar heads of Soter and his Queen to right ; above, EUN ; 
in field to left, spear head ; a very fine and unusually well spread 
example of this rare coin ; from the Thomas, Edmonds and Bale 
collections [PI. I] 1 

29 Egypt : Ptolemy II and Arsinoe II with Ptolemy I and Berenice ; 

N, wt. 213'5 grs. ; types as those of last coin, but of smaller size ; 
a shield behind the head of Philadelphus, no adjunct on JJ, ; fine 
and rare 1 

30 Egypt : Ptolemy II and Arsinoe II with Ptolemy I and Berenice ; 

N, wt. 212 grs. ; of same size and with same adjunct as last coin ; 
fine and rare 1 

31 Egypt: Arsinoe II; N, wt. 426*5 grs. ; head of the Queen to right, 

wearing ornamented diadem and veil ; the ends of a sceptre shown 
above the head and in front of the neck; p, APZINOHZ 
<|>IAAAEA<|>OY, Double cornucopia of fruit; each branch tied 
with a broad fillet ; of very fine style but slightly worn [PI. I] 1 
/ A 32 Egypt : Arsinoe II ; another specimen, wt. 428 grs. ; K behind the 
head of the Queen ; very fine, but of poorer style than preceding ; 
from the sale of Subhi Pasha 1 

33 Egypt : Arsinoe II ; another, as last coin ; wt. 428*5 grs. ; extremely 
fine [PI. I] 1 

1^ -i 34 Egypt: Arsinoe II; another, wt. 425*5 grs. ; extremely fine 1 

35 Egypt: Arsinoe II; another, wt. 430 grs.; extremely fine \ 

, C 36 Egypt : Arsinoe II ; another, wt. 430'5 grs. ; fine 1 

/ / * 

^ 37 Egypt: Arsinoe II; another, wt. 429 grs. ; slightly worn 1 

' I 

38 Egypt : Arsinoe II ; another, wt. 423*5 grs. ; the portrait rendered in 

a finer and more realistic manner ; very fine ; from the sale of 
Subhi Pasha j 

39 Egypt : Ptolemy III; A^, wt. 428*5 grs. ; bust of Euergetes to right, 
I )j wearing radiate diadem and aegis and with trident sceptre over 

shoulder; 9, PTOAEMAIOY B AZ I A EI2Z, Cornucopia with 
pendant fillet ; a radiate arch over the top ; in lower field, A I 
fine and very rare [PI. I] i 

40 Egypt : Berenike II ; N, wt. 428 grs. ; veiled bust of the Queen to 

right; fc BEPENIKHZ BAZIAIZZHZ, Cornucopia tied 
with a broad fillet, both ends of which hang down to right ; fine 
and very rare from the sale of Lord Ashburnham [Pl.l] l 



5 First Day 

41 Gyrene: A 7 ", wt. 133 grs. ; KYPANAION, Quadriga to right, the 

horses prancing ; in upper field, over horses' heads, part of the 
i e I -~ sun's disc with rays; 9 XAIPIOZ (retrograde), Zeus Ammon 

seated to left ; his left arm resting on top of throne-back, the right 
hand supporting an eagle ; before him, thymaterion ; of excellent 
style, fine and rare [PI. I] 1 

42 Gyrene : N, wt. \.33grs. ; types as last coin ; the figure on 9, of smaller 

size and name XAIPIOZ written from left to right ; very fine and 
rare 1 

43 Gyrene: N, wt. 133 grs. ; KYPANAION, Nike driving quadriga to 

right ; $ POAIAN0EYZ, Zeus Ammon standing to left, hold- 
ing sceptre and patera ; before him, thymiaterion ; very fine and 
rare [PI. I] 1 

44 Gyrene: A 7 ", wt. 33 grs. ; Head of Pallas to left; IAZ(?) behind; 9, 

Three silphium plants arranged around a central pellet. Smaller 
A 7 " coins (2), wt. 13 and 8'5 grs. ; API, Head of Zeus Ammon to 
right ; 9, Head of Gyrene facing ; or Head of Zeus Ammon to 
right ; 9= Head of Gyrene to right ; all uncommon 3 

45 Carthage : El. Distatei'; wt. 160'5 grs. ; Head of Persephone to left ; 

Horse to right ; in field above, rayed disc between uraei ; very 
fine and rare 1 

46 Carthage: El. Stater; wt. 113 grs. ; Head of Persephone to left; 9, 

Horse to right. And two small Siculo- Punic A 7 ", wt. 15 and 
V / 13 grs. ; date palm ; 9 Horse's head to right; all fine 3 

47 False Greek N; wt. 406 grs. ; with inscription ZflTHPA and 

KAAAH TYXH AITHPTOY 1 

48 False Greek N (2) ; wt. 205 grs. ; one of Hiero II of Syracuse, the 

/'/' 

SPAIN TO ITALY. 



. tl - other, of Panormus, with 9, Horse and legend FANOPMOZ 2 






SILVER. 

Cose : Celtiberian Drachm ; Male head to right ; 9, Horseman to right, 
leading second horse and carrying branch. Massalia: Drachms (2); 
Head of Artemis to right; 9, MAZZA ; lion to right ; one of the 
last pieces very fine 3 

50 Herakleia, Lucan ; JR Stater ; Head of Athena to right ; a figure of 
Skylla, carrying a rudder, on the side of the crested helmet ; 9, 
hHPAKAEIflN (traces only), Herakles strangling the lion; in 
field to left, long club and cockle shell ; very fine, but not well 
centred [PI. I] 1 






First Day 6 

51 Hyria, Camp: JR Stater; Athena head to left, owl and olive branch 

on helmet ; T behind neck ; $ ANHV, Campanian bull to right, 
Hyele ( Velio) ; JR Stater ; Athena head to left ; $ . . VHTfl 
Lion to left ; beneath, <l>. Kyme, Camp ; Female head to right ; 
9> NOIAMYK, Mussel shell and corn grain ; none very fine 3 

52 Kaulonia, Brutt : Early JR Stater ; KAY/* , Nude male figure (Apollo?) 

to right, a branch in the right hand, a small winged figure on the 

1 extended left fore-arm ; in the lower field to right, stag ; similar 

to obv. but incavo ; very fine 1 

53 Kroton, Brutt : Early JR Stater ; ? PO, Tripod lebes ; $ Similar to 

obv. but incavo ; an extremely fine example [PI. I] 1 

54 Metapontion, Lucan: Early JR Staters (2); META, ear of bearded 

corn ; > as obv. but incavo ; both fine 2 

55 Metapontion, Lucan : Early JR Stater, as in last lot. Another ; Head 

of Persephone to right, crowned with corn, a pendant veil at back 
of head ; > M ETA, ear of bearded corn ; a filleted branch on leaf 
to left 2 

56 Neapolis, Camp : JR Staters (2) ; Female head to right ; one with 

bunch of grapes behind head ; JJ, Campanian bull, crowned by flying 
Nike ; traces of legend in exergue. Nola : JR Stater ; Athena 
head to right ; owl and olive branch on helmet ; uncertain letter 
behind neck; Jl NflAAI.QN, Campanian bull to right 3 

57 Nuceria Alphaterna, Camp : JR Stater ; Youthful head to left, a ram's 
II lit horn on side of head; around, inscription in Oscan characters; , 

One of the DioskouroiC?) standing by side of horse to left ; a fine 
example and rare [PI. I] 1 

58 Poseidonia, Lucan : JR Staters (2) POMEZ, Poseidon to right, hurl- 

ing trident; & POMEZ, Bull to left, cockle-shell beneath; the 
second piece with similar types 2 

59 Rhegion, Brutt: JR Tetradrachm; Lion's head facing ; R EC IN OS 

(retrograde), Aged Demos seated to left ; a crooked staff in his 
right hand, a patera in his left; beneath the seat, a bird ; the whole 
within a laurel wreath ; very fine and rare [PI. I] 1 

J50 Rhegion, Brutt : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin ; a sprig of olive, 
with berry, to left of lion's head ; very fine and very rare [PI. I] 1 

61 Rhegion : Tetradrachm ; Lion's head facing; PHTINON, Laureate 
head of Apollo to right, the hair turned up closely to the head ; 
behind neck, sprig of laurel; of very good style, fine and rare 
[PI. I] 



7 First Day 

62 Romano-Campanian Didrachms (5) ; with head of Ares' to left, and $L 

ROMANO, Horse's head to right (3); with head of Roma to 
right, and $ ROMANO, Nike with long branch of laurel (2) ; 
some fine 5 

63 Sybaris, Lucan : Early JR Stater ; VM over bull standing to left, the 

head turned back to right; same type, incavo; very fine 1 

; 64 Sybaris : As last coin ; the letters in exergue ; vei-y fine 1 

65 Thourioi, Lucan : Distater ; Head of Athena to right, Skylla on helmet; 

behind neck, A (A?); % 0OYPIHN, Butting bull to right; 
in exergue, fish. And Stater, obv. Athena head to right, the 
helmet bound with laurel wreath ; 0OYPI.QN, Butting bull 
to right ; the larger coin rare, but not fine 2 

66 Taras, Calab : Staters (5), with obv. Horseman, Taras on dolphin ; 

varied symbols and letters in field. Drachm, obv. Head of Athena, 
Owl on capital. Brettioi : Drachm ; Head of Nike to right ; Jfc 
BPETTIHN, Youthful hero crowning himself 7 

SICILY. 

67 Akragas : Tetradrachm ; AKPACANTOZ, eagle with closed wings, 

to left ; 9, Crab 1 

68 Gela : Tetradrachm ; CEAAZ, Fore-part of man-headed bull to right; 

$, Quadriga to right, the horses crowned by flying Nike. And a 
Didrachm, with similar obv. type, and Nude Horseman to right, 
hurling spear ; the last coin fine 2 

69 Leontinoi: Tetradrachm; AEONTINON and four corn grains 
/ ; arranged around lion's head to right ; Quadriga to right, the 

horses crowned by flying Nike ; fine and uncommon 1 

70 Leontinoi : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin ; fine and uncommon 1 
-y/i/^ 71 Leontinoi: another specimen, very fine 1 

, j 72 Leontinoi : Tetradrachm ; laureate head of Apollo to right ; 
AEONTINON, Lion's head to right, four corn grains around ; 
of good style, very fine and uncommon [PI. II] 1 

73 Leontinoi : another specimen, as last, but not so fine 1 

74 Messana : Tetradrachm; MEZZANION, Hare running to right; 

sprig of olive beneath : $ Mule car to right ; above, Nike flying to 
right and crowning the mules. And a Didrachm of Leontinoi, 
obv. Lion's head and corn grains ; $ Horseman to right ; the first 
coin an uncommon variety ; the second much oxidised 2 



First Day 8 

75 Messaua : Tetradrachm ; M EZZAN ION, Hare running to right ; in 

field beneath, dolphin to right ; Messana driving mule car to 
-/ right ; over the reins, Nike running to right and crowning the 

mules ; in exergue, laurel leaf and berry ; very fine and rare 
[PI. M] 1 

76 Naxos : Tetradrachm ; Head of Dionysos to right, bearded and wear- 

ing wreath of ivy ; the hair rolled up and knotted at back of head ; 
$ NAXION, Nude Silenus seated on ground and holding can- 
tharus ; the head turned to left ; of very fine late archaic style ; in 
very good preservation and very rare [PI. II] 1 

, \^ 77 Naxos : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin ; reverse not so well pre- 
served [PI. II] 1 

78 Naxos: Tetradrachm; Head of bearded Dionysos to right, wearing 
- broad diadem, ornamented with ivy leaves; , NAXION (traces 

only), Nude Silenos seated on ground to front, raising a wine cup 
with his right hand, and holding a thyrsos in his left ; to left, ivy 
plant ; of very fine style and extremely rare; the surface damaged 
by cleaning [PI. II] 1 

79 Selinos: Tetradrachm; ZEAINONTION (retrograde}, Apollo and 

Artemis in slow quadriga to left ; the latter driving the horses, the 
^ In- former loosing an arrow from his bow ; ZEAINOZ, the youth- 

ful river-god Selinos standing to left, nude, a branch of laurel in 
his left hand, and a patera in his extended right ; in field before 
him, altar of Asklepios with cock at foot ; behind, selinon leaf and 
low altar with figure of bull ; of good style, well preserved and 
rare \ 

80 Selinos : Tetradrachm ; similar to preceding, but of slightly earlier 

style, and in better preservation [PI. II] 1 

81 Syrakousai: Tetradrachms (2); Litrai ('2); the large coins in poor 

preservation 4 

82 Syrakousai: MEDALLION, by Evainetos; ZYPAKOZIflN, Head of 

Persephone to left, wearing wreath of corn leaves ; around, four 
dolphins ; near the lower edge, traces of artist's signature ; $ Fast 
Quadriga to left; above, Nike holding a wreath and flying to 
crown the charioteer ; in exergue, prize armour ; an extremely fine 
and tvell-spread example of these magnificent coins [PI. II] 1 

83 Syrakousai : Medallion, by Evainetos ; another specimen ; very sharply 

struck, but not so well spread as preceding [PI. II] 1 



9 First Day 

84 Syrakousai : Another example, u'ithout the artist's signature ; a scallop 
shell behind the neck ; very fine and valuable [PI. II] 1 

/ 85 Syrakousai : Medallion ; similar to preceding coins, but much damaged 
by careless cleaning 1 

86 Syracuse. Stater, of Corinthian types issued during the dominancy 

of Timoleon ; ZYPAKOZIflN, Head of Athena wearing Corin- 
thian helmet ; > Pegasos to left ; surface patched with oxide, but 
very fine 1 

87 Syracuse. Agathokles : Tetradrachm ; Head of Persephone to left, 

crowned with corn leaves ; around, three dolphins ; below neck, 
Nl ; Z]YPAKOZiniM, Al (exergue) ; Fast Quadriga to left; 
above, triquetra; very fine and rare [PI. II] 1 

y, 2- / t 88 Syracuse. Agathokles : Tetradrachm ; as last coin ; also very fine 1 

89 Syracuse. Agathokles: Tetradrachm; KOPAZ, Head of Persephone 
)i I I to right, the long flowing hair bound with a wreath of corn stalks ; 

AFA0OKAEIOZ, Nike erecting a trophy ; in field to right, 
triquetra ; an extremely fine example of this beautiful coin 
[PI. II] 1 

90 Syracuse. Agathokles : Tetradrachm, of African issue ; types similar 

to last coin, but of coarser execution ; the hair tied en queue; very 

fine 1 

91 Syracuse. Agathokles; another specimen, as last ; fine 1 
*//// 92 Syracuse. Agathokles; another ; fine 1 

93 Syracuse. Agathokles ; another ; fine 1 

94 Syracuse. Philistis: JR, wt. 217 grs. ; Veiled head of the Queen 

to left ; behind neck, filleted branch of palm ; $ BAZI AIZZAZ 
<|>l AIZTI AOZ, Slow Quadriga, driven by Nike towards right ; 
beneath horses forefeet, A ; very fine and rare 1 

95 Syracuse. Philistis : JR, wt. 204 grs. ; type as last coin ; Plemochoe 
/*/ behind head; the horses galloping to right; H in field; well 

preserved and rare 1 

96 Syracuse. Hieronymos : JR, wt. 112 grs. ; Diademed portrait head 

to left; BAZIAEOZ IEPHNYMOY, Winged fulmen ; Nl 
between the wings ; very fine and rare 1 

97 Siculo-Punic Tetradrachms : Head of Persephone to left, crowned with 

corn leaves ; four dolphins around ; , Horse's head to left ; date 
palm in field to right and "am machanat," in Phoenician letters, 
beneath ; of fine style and probably the work of a Syracusan en- 
graver, fine and rare 1 



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First Day 10 

98 Another : with similar types, but of coarser execution ; extremely fine 

and rare [PI. II] 1 

99 Another : as last 

100 Another : similar 

101 Two others : one with similar head of Persephone placed to right ; the 

second with obv. Head of youthful Herakles to right, wearing lion's 
scalp ; both well preserved 

GREECE. 

102 Aigina: Early M Staters (4), and Drachms (2); all with obv. Tor- 
i/lt r' toise ; , Five irregular incuses arranged in square, or shallow 

incuse of five divisions ; mostly rather worn 6 

. I 103 Aigina: Staters (2); Tortoise, the shell with natural markings; > 
1\"\ Shallow incuse of five divisions ; both rather fine 2 

104 Ainos : Tetradrachm ; Head of Hermes facing, wearing petasos ; 
7/-/ > AINION, Goat to right; in field to front, lyre; the head in 

unusually high relief; in fair preservation and rare 1 

105 Ainos : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin ; the head in lower relief ; 

a corn stalk (?) before the goat ; fine and very rare [PI. II] 1 

106 Akanthos, Maced.: Tetradrachm; Lion seizing a bull; in exergue, 

PO ; in upper field, small P ; AKAN0ION on broad border 
around a quadripartite square ; the whole type shown in a shallow 
incuse; of exceedingly fine style ; very fine and very rare [PI. II] 1 

107 Athenai : Tetradrachm ; Head of Athena to right; A0E, Owl to 
>/'/ right, the head facing; in upper left-hand corner, sprig of olive 

with berry and crescent ; of archaic style ; a very fine specimen 

[PI. II] 1 

ffdfv 108 Athenai: Tetradrachm; as last coin ; and equally fine [PI. II] 1 

108A Athenai : Tetradrachms (3) ; of similar style to preceding coins, but 

of somewhat later issue 3 

I / - f" 109 Athenai: Tetradrachms (4) ; as last 4 

110 Athenai: Late Tetradrachms (2); Head of Athena wearing triple- 

plumed helmet; A0E, AHMH, lEPft; Owl on amphora; 
the whole within an olive wreath ; or A0E . AAMfllSI, 
ZHZI-KPATHZ, KPITON and adjunct quiver ; both fine 2 

111 Athenai: Tetradrachms (2); similar to last pieces; A0E . 

AHMHTPIOZ . ATA0IPPOZ and helmet of Dioskouroi 
orA0E. APEAAIKHN, TOPriAZ, A PfE and griffin ; 
both very fine 2 



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112 Elis : Stater; Head of Hera to right, wearing broad Stephanos orna- 

mented with palmettes ; FA and fulmen in crown of wild olive ; 
very fine and rare [PI. Ill] 1 

113 Epirote Republic : Didrachm ; Jugate heads of Zeus Dodonaios and 

Dione to right; in field to left, <|>l ; APEIPHTAN, Bull 

^ 1^1 ". rushing to right ; the whole within an oak wreath ; very rare and 

in fa ir preservation [ P 1 . 1 1 1 ] 1 

114 Korinthos : Staters (3) ; Helmeted head of Athena to left; 9 , 

Pegasos to left (2) or right ; obv. adjuncts, Forepart of horse, dol- 
phin and fillet, or term and monogram ; one has the Pegasos 
hobbled and standing, to right. And a similar coin of Leukas in 
Acarnania ; three fine 4 

115 Larissa : Drachm; Head of nymph, facing ; AAPIZAIflN, Horse 

grazing to right, flower beneath. Maronea : Late Tetradrachm ; 
Head of Dionysos to right; p, AIONYZOY ZHTHPOZ 
MAPHNITJQN, Dionysos to left. Varied small ^l of Aigina, 
Arcadian League, Thasos, &c. (13) ; some fine 15 

116 Sikyon : Stater; Chimaera to left; ZE beneath, wreath above; JJ> 

Dove in wreath ; I in field ; fine 1 

117 Thasos : Early Staters (2) ; Nude Satyr kneeling to right and carry- 

ing off nymph ; , Quadripartite incuse ; both of very early style 
and fine 2 

118 Thasos: Late Tetradrachms (4); Head of Dionysos to right; JJ, 

HPAKAEOYZ ZHTHPOZ AZIftN, Herakles standing 
to left ; varied monograms, &c. in the field ; two very fine 4 

119 Thasos : Late Tetradrachms (4) ; as in last lot 4 




KINGS OF MACEDON, THRACE AND P/EONIA. 

120 Philippos II : Tetradrachm ; Laureate head of Zeus to right ; 

^lAIPPOY, Nude youth on horseback to right; a long branch 
of laurel in his right hand ; beneath horse, upright fulmen ; in 
exergue, N; of excellent style and very fine [PI. Ill] 1 

121 Philippos II: Tetradrachm; similar to last coin; the fulmen hori- 
/ / zon tally placed ; very fine 1 

122 Philippos II : Tetradrachm; as last ; very fine 1 

123 Philippos II : Tetradrachm ; another 1 

124 Philippos II : Tetradrachm ; as before ; the head of varied treatment ; 

r.ryfine [PI. Ill] 1 



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j 125 Philippos II: Tetradrachm ; similar, but with cantharus beneath 
horse's body ; very fine [ PI . 1 1 1 ] 1 

126 Philippos II : Tetradrachm ; Aplustron and P beneath horse. And 
l / f l three Tetrobols : obv. Apollo head to right ; $ Horseman 4 

127 Alexandras III : Tetradrachms (6) ; of usual types ; four without title ; 

adjuncts aplustron and PO (mon.); monogram and star; M I, mono- 
gram in wreath and arch (?) ; A, torch and bee; two with title 
BAZIAEQZ, anchor, ^ and P ; or M and AY in field of 
reverse ; two very fine 6 

128 Alexandros III: Tetradrachms (6); four without title, A, torch and 
. / / star or figure of fighting Pallas in field ; two with BAZIAEQZ, 

BAI and Ml (monograms), or monogram in wreath and AX in 
field ; two very fine 6 

129 Alexandros III : Tetradrachms (6) ; rudder, caduceus and mono- 

gram, terminal bust or vase (?) and monogram in field ; one with 
BAZIAEHZ and P. M. and monogram in field of reverse; two 
very fine 6 

130 Alexandros III: Tetradrachms (6) ; in field of rev. figure of Aphro- 

dite and NO ; trident, M and monogram ; monogram over large, 
M ; three with BAZIAE&Z, and two monograms in circles, 
cornucopia, or monogram in wreath and M I in field ; two very fine 6 

131 Alexandros III : Tetradrachms (3) ; in field of rev. wreath and A I ; 

bee and AY, or two monograms ; all with title. And three others 
of posthumous issue, with helmet and KE (mon.), AP (mon.), or 
monogram and bee, in field of reverse ; some very fine 6 

132 Alexandros- III: Large Tetradrachms of posthumous issue; palm, 

AP (Arados) and ZA ; Pegasos leaping to left; helmet, MA 
and APO (monogram) ; helmet, A A and TOP (monogram) in 
field of reverse ; all uncommon 4 

/y <_ 133 Alexandros III: Tetradrachms (3), as in last lot; 0E and mono- 
gram of Odessos in field ; vase between ivy branches ; or helmet, 
AA and KO ; all very good 3 

134 Alexandros III: Drachms (10), of usual type and with varied rev. 

adjuncts; all fine 10 

135 Alexandros III : Drachms (15) 15 

136 Demetrios Poliorketes : Tetradrachm; Diademed portrait head to 

right with bull's horn ; BAZIAEQX AHMHTPIOY, Nude 
Poseidon to left, resting on trident, his right foot on rock ; in field, 
two monograms ; of good style, very fine and rare [PI. Ill] 1 



13 First Day 

137 Demetrios Poliorketes : Tetradrachm ; similar to preceding coin ; the 

monograms in outer field ; very fine and rare [PI. Ill] 1 

138 Demetrios Poliorketes : Tetradrachm ; of similar type to preceding 

coins, but varied in style, and with one monogram only in field of 
reverse ; fine 1 

, 139 Demetrios Poliorketes : Tetradrachm ; with older and more charac- 
teristic portrait head ; monogram (AY in circle) behind figure ; 
very fine, and a rare variety [PI. Ill] 1 



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SECOND DAY'S SALE. 



LOT 

140 Antigonos (Doson?): Tetradrachm ; Head of Poseidon bound with 

wreath of sea-weed; $ BAZIAEflZ ANTITONOY, Nude 
Apollo seated on prow to left, a bow in the right hand ; in exer- 
gual field, monogram ; fine and rare [PI. Ill] 

141 Antigonos (Doson?) : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin, but not so 

fine 1 

,i n k 142 Antigonos (Doson ?): Tetradrachm ; as before 1 

143 Antigonos (Gonatas?): Tetradrachm ; Head of Satyr in centre of 

Macedonian shield ; p, BAZIAEftZ ANTITONOY, Athena 
charging to left ; in field, helmet and monogram (HA), fine 1 

144 Antigonos (Gonatas?): Tetradrachm ; another; varied letters in 

field . 1 

145 Antigonos Gonatas : Tetradrachms (2) ; as preceding coins ; one with 

chipped edge 

146 Philippos V : Tetradrachm ; Head of Perseus to left, placed in centre 

of Macedonian shield ; $ BAZIAE.QZ <t>IAH~inOY, club and 
three monograms ; the whole within an oak wreath ; in outer field, 
near tie of wreath, a club ; very fine and very rare [PI. Ill] 1 

147 Perseus: Tetradrachm; Diademed portrait head of king to right; 

$ BAZIAEHZ PEPZEHZ, Eagle standing on fulmen to 
right and three monograms ; the whole within oak wreath ; in 
outer field, below tie of wreath, traces of plough ; very fine and 
rare [PI. Ill] 1 

1 48 Perseus : Tetradrachm ; as last lot ; varied monograms in field ; very 
itf' fine and rare [PI. Ill] 1 

149 Perseus: Tetradrachm; similar to preceding coin, but with varied 

monograms, and with star beneath tie of wreath; very fine and 
rare \ 

150 Perseus : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin ; fine and rare 1 



1 5 Second Day 

151 MACEDONIA: Roman Domination; Tetradrachms (2); Mace- 

donian shield with head of Artemis to right in centre; MAKE 
AON.QN rP-QTHZ, club and monogram in wreath ; beside tie 
of wreath, fulmen. Another; obv. MAKEAONI1N, Deified 
head of Alexander the Great to right, behind neck ; 9, 
AESILLAS Q, club, money-chest and seat, the whole within 
wreath ; both very fine '2 

152 Macedonia : Tetradrachms (2) ; as in last lot ; both fine 2 

153 Macedonia: Tetradrachms (2) ; as before, one very fine 2 

154 KINGS or PAEONIA. PAtraos : Tetradrachm ; Laureate beardless 

head to right ; behind the neck, axe head(?) with broad blade and 
curved spike at back ; PATPAOY, Paeonian horseman, armed 
with spear, riding down Macedonian hoplite ; very fine and a very 
rare variety [PI. Ill] 1 

155 Audoleon : Tetradrachm ; Head of Pallas facing ; Ji AYAOAEON 

TOZ, Horse to right ; in field between legs, monogram (AY) ; 
very fine and rare 1 

156 KINGS OF THRACIA. Lysimachos : Tetradrachm; Deified head of 

Alexander the Great to right, diademed and with horn of Zeus 
Ammon ; BAZIAEHZ AYZIMAXOY, Pallas Nikephoros 
seated to left; in field, monogram (PAP) ; in exergue, meander; 
of small module, fine and uncommon 1 

157 Lysimachos: Tetradrachm; similar to last coin; monogram (HPA) 

in field, and meander in outer field to left ; very fine [PI. Ill] 1 

158 Lysimachos : Tetradrachm ; similar to preceding coins but of larger 
t size and varied style; statue (?) of Ephesian Artemis and crescent 

in field to left and monogram (III) in exergue ; very fine [PI. Ill] 1 

I* 159 Lysimachos: Tetradrachm; as last coin; racing torch and bee on rev., 
the whole design within border of dots ; very fine and a rare variety 
[PI. HI] 1 

160 Lysimachos : Tetradrachm ; similar types ; a line of five dots over the 
, extended right arm of Pallas ; lion's head to left in field ; mono- 
gram (All) on side of throne ; very fine [PI. Ill] 1 

161 Lysimachos: Tetradrachm; similar types; lion's head, monogram 

(APKE) and terminal statue in field to left ; a second monogram 
(MO A) in exergue ; very fine 1 

162 Lysimachos: Tetradrachms (2) ; one with PYPA (mon.) and racing 

torch in field ; the other with $ only ; both fine 2 



Second Day 16 

163 Lysimachos: Tetradrachm; similar types ; caduceus in field to left, 

and monogram (KA ?) in outer field to right ; very fine I 

164 Lysimachos : Tetradrachms (2) : similar types ; each with two mono- 
, /Y grams in field of rev. ; fine 

165 Barbarous imitations of Coins of Thasos, Philip II, Alexander the 

Great, Lysimachos, &c. ; Tetradrachms, &c. (6), Drachms (8) 14 

ASIA MINOR TO AFRICA. 
KEGAL AND AUTONOMOUS COINS (in alphabetical order). 

166 Antiocheia, Syria (1) : M. Antonius and Kleopatra ; ANTIONIOC 

AYTOKPATWP TRITON TPItON ANAPION, Head of 
M. Antony to right; p, BACIAICCA KAEOPATPA 0EA 

NetOTGPA, Draped bust of the Queen to right wearing broad 
diadem ; fine and rare [PI. IV] 
////" 167 Antiocheia, Syria : another specimen 

168 Antiocheia, Syria: another, not so fine 

169 Antiocheia. Imperial JR of Augustus; JJ, ETOYZ HK Ml KHZ, 
1 1 (It I " Antiocheia seated, the Orontes at her feet ; a copy of the celebrated 

statue by Eutychides ; very fine 1 

170 Antiocheia. Imperial 1& Tetradrachms of Nero and Vespasian. And 

an Alexandrian JR of Tiberius with Augustus, and Didrachm of 
Nerva with $ EAEY0 AHMOY 4 

171 Arados : Stater ; Laureate head of Melkarth to right ; Galley and 

waves. Drachm ; obv. Bee, rev. APAAIHN, Stag and palm. 
And Tetradrachm ofl ate issue ; Tyche head to right; APA- 
AlflN, Nike to left ; date letters, &c., in field 3 

172 Arados : Tetradrachms (2), as last coin in preceding lot; fine 2 

173 Arados: Tetradrachms (2) of similar types ; both fine 2 
I "I " 

174 Aspendos, Pamph. : JR Staters (3) ; Two athletes, wrestling ; between 

them, KE, AK, or EZ ; $EZTFEAIIY, Slinger, standing to 
right; in field triskelis, or triskelis and club ; all fine 3 

175 BACTRIA. Euthydemos : Tetradrachm; Diademed portrait head of 

king to right; $ BAZIAEftZ EY0Y AHMOY, Nude Hera- 

1 1 $ I kles to left seated on rock, a club supported in his right hand and 

resting on a pile of rocks placed in front ; in field to right, PHA 

(mon.) ; very fine and rare [PI. IV] 1 

176 Bactria. Euthydemos: Tetradrachm, similar to last coin; in lower 

field of rev. AIP (mon.) ; very fine and rare 1 



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17 Second Day 

177 Bactria. Euthydemos : Tetradrachm ; another, of similar type and 
^/ / style to preceding ; the right foot raised and resting on rocks ; of 

somewhat barbarous style but a very rare variety [PI. IV] 1 

178 Bactria. Euthydemos: Tetradrachm; similar to preceding, but 

without the pile of rocks before the figure ; the club rested upon 
the right knee of Herakles, the anvil-like seat covered with a lion's 
skin ; KP (mon.) in field ; of good style and in fine preservation 1 

~~ 179 Bactria. Euthydemos: Tetradrachm; similar to last coin ; fine 1 

180 Bactria. Euthydemos: Tetradrachm; similar to last coins but end 

of club rests on centre of right thigh of Herakles ; same mono- 
gram ; oxidized but fine and rare 1 

181 Bactria. Euthydemos: Tetradrachm; similar to last coin ; the por- 

trait older and very realistically treated ; same monogram (KP) in 
field; very fine and very rare [PI. IV] 1 

182 Bactria. Euthydemos: Tetradrachm; as last coin, but not quite so 

fine [PI. IV] 1 

183 Bactria. Demetrios : Tetradrachm; Draped bust of king to right; 

the head covered with an elephant's scalp; $ BAZIAE.QZ 
AHMHTPIOY, Youthful Herakles to front, crowning himself 
with ivy-wreath ; club in his left hand and lion's skin over left 
fore-arm; in field KP (mon.); very fine and extremely rare 
[PI. IV] 1 

184 Bactria. Antimachos I : Tetradrachm; Draped bust of king to right, 

diademed and wearing kausia ; $ BAZIAEI1Z 0EOY ANTI- 
MAXOY, Poseidon to front, draped ; a palm branch in his left 
hand, a trident in the right ; in field to right, ON (mon.) ; very 
fine and extremely rare [PI. IV] 1 

185 Bactria. Antimachos I: Tetradrachm; similar to last coin but of 

coarser style ; the ends of the king's diadem formally disposed ; 
KP in field of rev. ; extremely fine and very rare [PI. IV] 1 

186 Bactria. Eukratides: Tetradrachm; Draped bust of king to right, 

wearing diadem; BAZIAEflZ EYKPATIAOY, The Dios- 



kouroi on horseback to right ; beneath horse's forefeet, 4> ; of good 
work and style ; very fine and rare [PI. IV] 1 

/;//- 187 Bactria. Eukratides: Tetradrachm; similar to last coin but with 
KP (mon.) beneath horse's forefeet ; also fine and rare 1 

188 Bactria. Eukratides: Tetradrachm; similar to preceding coins ; A 

, / in right field of rev. and HA (mon.) beneath horse's forefeet ; very 

fine and rare [PI. IV] 1 

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189 Bactria. Eukratides : Tetradrachm ; Draped bust of king to right, dia- 

demed and wearing petasos-like helmet with crest and with bull's 
horn on side : 9, BAZIAEflZ MEPAAOY EYKPATIAOY, 
the Dioskouroi on horseback to right ; beneath horse's fore-feet 
PAN (mon.} : fine and very rare [PI. IV] 1 

190 Bactria. Heliokles: Tetradrachm; Draped bust to right, wearing 

diadem; $ BAZIAEftZ HAIOKAEOYZ AIKAIOY, Zeus 

(II I facing, wearing himation ; fulmen in right hand, sceptre in left ; 

in field wreath (? monogram) ; of good style, extremely fine and very 

rare [PI. IV] 1 

191 Bactria. Heliokles: Tetradrachm; as preceding coin ; in field mono- 

gram (AH K); equally fine and rare [PJ. IV] 1 

192 Bactria. Heliokles: Tetradrachm; as last coin but the monogram on 

rev. varied (AHKP) ; struck from a faulty obv. die, the rev. ex- 
tremely fine 1 

193 Bactria. Heliokles; Tetradrachm; of similar type but of coarse 

style ; PA (mon.} in field of rev. And Obols (4) of Eukratides, 
with helmeted head (3) or wearing diadem, andlj> Bonnets of Dios- 
kouroi and two palm branches ; all fine 5 

194 Bactria. Azes : Tetradrachm with bi-lingual inscriptions ; obv. King 
/ rf ^, on horseback, rev. Zeus with fulmen and sceptre. And Drachms 

(3) of Aritimachos and Menander ; all fine 4 

195 BlTHYNlA. Nikomedes II : Tetradrachm ; diademed portrait bust to 
, r right; $ BAZIAEHZ EPWANOYZ NIKOMHAOY, 

Zeus to left, holding wreath and sceptre ; in field, eagle, mono- 
gram, and date letters FOP 1 

196 Bithynia. Nikomedes II: Tetradrachm, as last coin, but dated 

III ' 



197 Byblos : Shekel (1), reign of Ainel ; Galley with three warriors to left ; 

beneath, winged hippocamp to left ; , Lion attacking bull ; traces 
f inscription in upper field, and ankh between legs of lion.. And 
Half Shekel (1) of Sidon ; Galley at foot of city walls ; $ King 
contending with lion ; both rare but not very fine 2 

198 CAPPADOCIA. Ariarathes IX : Tetradrachm; Diademed head of the 

young king to right ; $ BAZIAEflZ APIAPA0OY EYZE- 
BOYZ <NAOPATOPOZ, Pallas Nikephoros to left; in 
upper field, P ; in lower field, A ; very fine and extremely rare 
[PI. IV] 






19 Second Day 

199 EGYPT. Alexandros IV : Tetradrachms (2) ; Youthful head to right, 

covered with elephant's scalp, ram's horn on side of head ; j& 
AAEZANAPOY, Pallas, armed with spear and shield, charging 
to right ; in field, XA (mon.}, helmet and Ptolemaic eagle, or 
AO4> (mon.) and eagle ; both fine 2 

200 Egypt. Alexandros IV : Tetradrachms (2), as in last lot ; one with 

three monograms (AT, HA, AO4>) and eagle in field, the other 
with AO<t> (mon.), aplustron and eagle ; both fine, the last a rare 
variety 2 

201 Egypt. Ptolemaios I : Tetradrachm ; Diademed head of Soter to right ; 

$ BAZIAEflZ HTOAEMAIOY, Eagle to left, standing on 

fulmen ; KE in field. And Tetradrachms (2) of similar type but 

'//' / of later date, and reading PTOAEMAIOY ZITTH POZ ; all 

fine, the first uncommon 3 

202 Egypt. Arsinoe II : Octadrachm ; Diademed head of the queen to 

right, veiled; APZINOHZ <|>IAAAEA4>OY, double cornu- 
copiae ; rare but not fine 1 

203 Egypt. Arsinoe II : Octadrachm ; another, as last, and in similar 

condition 1 

204 Egypt. Ptolemaios V (Epiphanes) : Tetradrachm ; obv. Diademed por- 

trait head bust to right ; rev. BAZIAEflZ PTOAEMAIOY, 
Eagle to left, standing on fulmen ; in field H and N I ; very fine 
and rare 1 

205 Egypt. Berenike II : Dldrachm ; Head of Queen to right ; rev. 

BEPENIKHZ BAZIAIZZHZ (traces only) and club within 
apple (?) wreath. And Didrachm of Ptolemaios VI (?) ; obv. 
Youthful head to right, with attributes of Dionysos ; rev. 
PTOAEMAIOY BAZIAEflZ, Eagle to left; both rare 2 

206 Egypt. Tetradrachms (4), with types of Ptolemy I, but of later date ; 

one with FIB in exergue ; the others struck at Paphos, with LKB 
and flA in field; two very fine 4 

207 GALATIA. Amyntas : Tetradrachm ; Head of Athena to right ; U 

BAZIAEn[Z].AMYNTOY, Nike flying to left, sceptre in 
right hand ; fine and rather rare 1 

3 / / 208 Galatia. Amyntas : Tetradrachm, as in last lot, but with monogram 
in field of obv. and IB on rev.; very fine and rare [PI. V] 1 

209 JERUSALEM : Shekel of the third year of the First Revolt ; obv. 
" Shekel of Israel" chalice and date letters " Year 3 " ; rev. 
"Jerusalem the Holy" Lily stem with three flowers : well preserved 
and rare 1 

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210 Jerusalem : Shekel of the fourth year of the First Revolt ; types as 

last coin, but with varied date letter, fine and very rare 1 

211 Jerusalem : Half Shekel of the first year ; types as last coin, but with 

varied obv. legend (" Half Shekel") and date letter, very fine and 
very rare [PI. V] 

212 Jerusalem : Half Shekel of the second year ; similar to last coin, date 

letter varied, very fine and rare 

213 Jerusalem : Half Shekel of the third year ; similar to preceding coins, 

date letter varied, very fine and rare 1 

'I 

214 Kelenderis, Cilic: Stater; Nude horseman to right; R KEAEN, 

Goat to right, the head turned back to left ; of very fine style and 
'J7/V rare, but not well struck 1 

215 Kyme, sEol. : Tetradrachm; Diademed head of Kyme to right; R 

KYMAIHN, MHTPCWANEZ, Horse standing to right, vase 
beneath raised forefoot ; the whole within a wreath of laurel 
leaves ; very fine and rare 1 

216 Kyme: Tetradrachm, as last coin, but with name of KAAAIAZ ; 

very fine and rare 1 

217 Kyme: Tetradrachm; another, with name of ZEY0HZ ; the vase 

placed on ground beneath body of horse; of unusually good style 
and rare [PI. V] 1 

218 Kyrene : Tetradrachms (2) ; Head of bearded Zeus Ammon to right ; 

three letters in field ; R Silphium plant; the second coin of similar 

' . 

types, but with the head of Zeus to left ; both rare but not fine 2 

219 Kyrene: Didrachms (2) ; Head of youthful Zeus Ammon to right; 

$= KYPA (incomplete), Silphium plant and small cornucopia. 
And a Tetradrachm of Barke ; obv. Head of bearded Zeus Ammon 
to right ; $, BAPKA . . , Silphium plant ; the last coin very rare 3 

220 Myrina, JEol. : Tetradrachm ; Head of Apollo to right, wearing dia- 

dem and laurel wreath ; R MYPINAIflN, Apollo Gryneus to 
right, holding wreath with diadem attached ; at his feet, omphalos 
and amphora; in field to left, monogram (KAT); the whole 
within a laurel wreath ; fine and rare 1 

j I 221 Myrina: Tetradrachm; of similar types but with varied monogram 

(PA), very fine and rare 1 

222 Myrina: Tetradrachm; another, monogram (EH0?) in field of rev., 

223 Myrina : Another, with monogram (AYI) on rev., very fine and rare 1 



21 Second Day 

224 PARTHIA. Mithradates II : Tetradrachm ; Diademed bust of the king 

to left, with full beard and wearing coat or mantle with collar ; 
jj BAZIAEHZ MEFAAOY APZAKOY EPI<t>ANOY[Z 
arranged in a square around a figure of Arsakes, to left, seated on 
omphalos and holding bow ; in lower exergue, TY ; extremely 
fine and very rare [PI. V] 1 

225 Parthia. Mithradates II : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin, but 

with palm branch placed by side of name APZAKOY; the rev. 
badly centred, parts of the inscription icanting ; extremely fine 
and very rare [PI. V] 1 

226 Parthia. Base JR Tetradrachms of Gotarzes, Volagases I, Pacorus II, 

and Volagases III (2). Drachms (6), of varied kings ; mostly 
fine 11 

227 PERGAMON. Eumenes I (?) : Tetradrachm ; Head of Philetairos to 

right, wearing twisted diadem and wreath ; Pallas seated to 
3/)/ " left, shield in front; behind, <|> I A ET A I PO Y ; in field, ivy leaf 

and bow ; on throne, A ; fine and uncommon 1 

228 Pergamon. Attalos I (?) : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin but 

shield at back of throne, and Pallas crowns name of Philetairos 






which is placed before her ; in field, ivy leaf, A, and bow ; very 
fine and rare [PI. V] 1 

229 Pergamon. Attalos I (?), another specimen, as last coin but with 
bunch of grapes instead of ivy leaf on reverse, very fine and rare 1 

//// - 230 Pergamon. Attalos I, as last coin, fine and rare 1 

231 Pergamon: Cistophoros; "Cista Mystica " in wreath of ivy leaves and 

berries ; , Bow case between two serpents ; above, <|>l, PPY ; to 
left, PEPF (monogram); to right, Staff of Asklepios. And a 
Cistophoros with obv. M. ANTONIVS. IMP. &c., Jugate heads of M. 
Antony and Octavia ; & in. VIR. R. p. c, Statue on cista placed 
between two serpents 2 

232 Pergamon (?) : Cistophoros ; M. ANTONIVS. IMP. &c., Diademed head 

of M. Antony to right; the whole within wreath of ivy leaves and 
berries; ft ill. VIR. (R. P. c), Head of Octavia and cista between 
two serpents ; very fine a nd rare [PI. V] 1 

233 PONTOS. Mithradates VI : Tetradrachm ; Diademed portrait head 
^f / of the king to right; $ BAZIAEHZ MI0PAAATOY 

EYPATOPOZ, Pegasos to left; in front, crescent and star; 
behind, B and monogram ; the whole within a wreath ; very fine, 
and very rare [PI. V] 1 



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234 Pontos. Mithradates VI : Another Tetradrachm, with similar obv., but 

with rev. BAZIAEHZ. MI0PAAATOY. EYPATOPOZ. 

I A, Stag grazing to left; before it, crescent and star, and mono- 
gram; behind, AKZ; the whole within wreath; of very fine style, 
and in very good preservation [PI. V] 1 

235 Pontos. Mithradates VI : Another, similar to last specimen, but 

with date letters EKZ, and B in lower field ; also very rare 1 

236 Rhodos, Car. : Tetradrachm ; Radiate head of Helios, facing ; J{, 

POAION, Rose and bud ; in field, prow and magistrate's name, 
AMEINIAZ, an unusually well-spread coin 1 

,,-i, 237 Rhodos: Another specimen, struck from different dies; very fine 1 
1^1* 238 Rhodos: Another; very fine 1 

239 Rhodos : Another ; not so fine 1 

* 

240 Side, Pamph.: Tetradrachms (2); Helmeted head of Athena to right; 

JJ> KAEYX, Nike Stephanophoros flying to left; in field, pome- 
granate ; both fine 2 

241 Smyrna, Ion.: Tetradrachm; Turreted head of Tyche to right; , 
, / ZMYPNAIHN, HPAKAEIAHZ, Lion to right; oak wreath 

around ; fine, and very rare [PI. V] 1 

242 SYRIA. Seleukos I : Tetradrachm ; Head of youthful Herakles to right 

wearing lion's scalp ; $ BAZIAEHZ ZEAEYKOY ; Zeus 
Aitophoros seated to left ; monogram in field and beneath throne 
(APE and PYP) ; very fine and rare 1 

243 Syria. Antiochos I: Tetradrachm; Diademed portrait head to right ; 
> / $ BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY, Apollo seated on omphalos to 

left; an arrow in his right hand, the left resting on the top of a 
bow; in field, two monograms (H<|>M and AflYE); very fine, and 
with excellent portrait [PI. V] 1 

244 Syria. Antiochos I : Tetradrachm ; as in last lot, but with varied 

monograms (AP and OXYft) ; fine 1 

245 Syria. Antiochos I : Tetradrachms (2) ; of same type, and with 

same monograms as last coin 2 

246 Syria. Antiochos I : Tetradrachm ; types as preceding coins ; AP 

and H<|>M (monograms) in field; a fine and unusual portrait 1 

247 Syria. Antiochos II : Tetradrachm, minted at Alexandria Troadis ; 
, ^ Portrait head to left, wearing winged diadem ; % BAZIAEflZ 

ANTIOXOY, Apollo, with bow and arrow, seated on omphalos 
to left ; in exergue, horse grazing and two monograms (MYX and 
HMY) ; very fine, and very rare [PI. V] 1 






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248 Syria. Antiochos II (?) : Tetradrachm ; Diademed portrait head to 

right; BAZIAET1Z ANTIOXOY, Apollo seated on om- 
phalos to left; in field, beneath right arm, owl; a fine wide-spread 
coin, and a very rare variety [PI. V] 1 

249 Syria. Antiochos III : Tetradrachm ; Diademed head to right ; , 

BAZIAEQZ ANTIOXOY, Apollo seated on omphalos to left; 
in field to left, monogram (AEA). Another, with varied portrait 
head and monogram ; the first coin very fine 2 

250 Syria. Antiochos IV : Tetradrachm ; Diademed head of king to 

right; & BAZIAEflZ ANTIOXOY 0EOY EPI<I>ANOYZ 
NIKH<|>OPOY, Zeus Nikephoros enthroned to left; to left, 
monogram (MIP) ; a very fine specimen, and rare [PI. VI] 1 

251 Syria. Antiochos IV : Tetradrachm ; as in last lot, but with varied 
I/ it I monogram, <|>E (?) ; very fine 1 

252 Syria. Antiochos IV : Another ; AI4> (1) in monogram on rev. ; fine 

and rare I 

253 Syria. Antiochos V: Tetradrachm; Diademed head of king to right; 

% BAZIAEI1Z ANTIOXOY EYPATOPOZ, Zeus Nike- 
phoros seated to left; monogram in field to left (Al<t>) ; very fine 
and very rare ; plugged [PI. VI] 1 

254 Syria. Antiochos V : Tetradrachm ; similar to last coin, but not so 

fine ; very rare 1 

255 Syria. Demetrios I : Tetradrachm ; Diademed head to right ; $ 

BAZIAEHZ AHMHTPIOY, Tyche seated to left holding 



cornucopia and short sceptre ; in field to left, monogram ANT ; 
very fine 1 

I/I/- 256 Syria. Demetrios I : Tetradrachm ; as last coin ; very fine 1 

257 Syria. Demetrios I : Tetradrachm ; similar, but with varied mono- 
f//t/~ gram on rev. (AEK 1 ?), and of different style ; in excellent preser- 
vation 1 

258 Syria. Demetrios I : Tetradrachm ; of similar types to preceding 

coins, but with varied monogram, and with title ZilTHPOZ 
to left ; an unusually fine example 1 

259 Syria. Demetrios I : Tetradrachms (2) ; one with title of ZflTH POZ 

placed in exergue. And a Drachm, JJ, Cornucopia 3 

260 Syria. Alexander I : Tetradrachm ; Diademed head to right ; U 

BAZIAEUZ AAEEANAPOY 0EOPATOPOZ EYEP- 
TETOY, Zeus Nikephoros seated on throne to left ; in exergue, 
THP and monogram (HPAK) ; fine and rare 1 



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261 Syria. Alexandras I: Tetradrachm, minted at Berytos ; Diademed 

head to right; 9, BAZIAEHZ AAEEANAPOY, Eagle to left; 
in field, trident, PHP, and monogram ; fine and uncommon I 

262 Syria. Antiochos VI : Tetradrachm ; Kadiate diademed head of the 

young king to right; 9, BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY EPI- 
<|>ANOYZ AIONYZOY, The Dioskouroi charging to left; in 
field, names TPY(phon) and ZTA(phylos), monogram and date 
letters 0HP; extremely rare [PI. VI] 

263 Syria. Antiochos VI : Drachms (2) ; obv. type and rev. legends as 

last coin; rev. type, Apollo seated to left; one very fine ; rare 

264 Syria. Demetrios II : Tetradrachm, first reign ; Youthful diademed 

head to right; 9, BAZIAEflZ AHMHTPIOY EOY 
<//, <1>IAAAEA<1>OY NIKATOPOZ, Apollo seated on omphalos 

to left ; in field, palm branch, monogram and aplustron ; in 
exergue, HEP and Zl AH ; very fine and rare 1 

265 Syria. Demetrios II : Tetradrachm, second reign ; Diademed head 

to right with heavy beard 59, HMHTPI[OY]. 0EOY. 

NIKATOPOZ, Zeus Nikephoros seated to left; two mono- 
grams in field and date letters (SPP) in exergue ; extremely fine 
[PI. VI] 1 

266 Syria. Demetrios II : Tetradrachm and Drachm of same period as 

preceding ; both with bearded head and similar rev. type 2 

267 Syria. Antiochos VII : Tetradrachms (2) ; Diademed portrait head 

to right; ^BAZIAEflZ ANTIOXOY EYEPFETOY, Pallas 

Nikephoros to left ; O - A at sides of figure and monogram (Al A) 
in outer field to left ; the whole within wreath. The second piece 
of similar types, but with TA at sides of Pallas 2 

268 Syria. Antiochos VII: Tetradrachm; as last coins, but with 4> behind 

figure of Pallas and A I and A to left ; a very fine coin 1 

269 Syria. Antiochos VII : Tetradrachm, minted at Tyre ; Diademed 

head to right; $ BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY, Eagle to left, 
standing on rudder; in field, monogram of Tyre on club, I EPA. 
AZY, EP (mon.), and date letters IOP; very fine 1 

270 Syria. Kleopatra with Antiochos VIII : Tetradrachm ; Jugate heads 

of the Queen, veiled, and her son to right; BAZIAIZZHZ 
KAEOPATPAZ 0EAZ KAI BAZIAEflZ ANTIOXOY, 

Zeus Nikephoros seated to left ; in field, two monograms and date 
letters Bd P ; fine and very rare ; the rev. slightly double-struck 
[PI. VI] 



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271 Syria. Antiochos VIII : Tetradrachm Diademed youthful head to 

right; BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY EPI4>ANOYZ, Nude 
Zeus to left holding sceptre and star ; upon his head a crescent ; 
in field, M ; the whole within wreath ; very fine I 

272 Syria. Antiochos VIII : Tetradrachm; similar to last coin; IE, A 

and N in field ; very fine 1 

273 Syria. Antiochos VIII: Tetradrachm; as before, but with IE, A 

and O in field, and K on tie of wreath ; very fine 1 

274 Syria. Antiochos VIII : Tetradrachm, with older portrait, and & 

BAZIAEHZ ANTIOXOY EPWANOYZ, Zeus Nikephoros 
seated to left; in field, I EPA and AIO (mon.); the whole within 
wreath ; very fine 1 

275 Syria. Antiochos VIII : Tetradrachms (2) ; as last coin, but second 

monogram formed of letters A I only; both fine 2 

276 Syria. Antiochos VIII: Tetradrachms; similar; Al (mon.) or A 

beneath throne ; both fine 2 

277 Syria. Antiochos IX: Tetradrachms; Diademed portrait head, 

with slight beard, to right; & BAZIAEftZ ANTIOXOY 
<f>IAOPATOPOZ, Pallas Nikephoros to left; in field AIO 
(mon.), A and small O ; fine and rather rare 1 

278 Syria. Antiochos IX : Tetradrachm ; as last coin ; fine 1 

279 Syria. Philippos : Tetradrachm ; Diademed head to right ; 

BAZIAEHZ <!>IAinnOY EPI<t>ANOYZ <t>IAAAEA- 
<I>O[Y], Zeus Nikephoros seated to left ; in field KPA (mon.) 
and K A ; a very fine example 1 

280 Syria. Philippos : Tetradrachms (2) ; similar to preceding coin ; Al 

(mon.) beneath throne ; one with ANTX (mon.) in field, one very 
fine 2 

281 Syria. Philippos: Tetradrachms (2); both with ANTX and Al 

(mon.) in field 2 

282 Tarsos, Cilic: Stater; Head of Arethusa facing; p= Helmeted male 

head to left ; in front, names of the Satrap Datames in Aramaic 
characters; very fine [PI. VI] 1 

283 Tarsos : Stater of Datames ; as last coin, but with ft, type shown to right 1 

284 Tyros : Tetradrachm ; obv. Laureate head of Tyrian Herakles to right ; I ; 

TYPOP I EPAZ KAI AZYAOY ; Eagle to left, the right claw 
on prow ; in field, AZ, club, Z, and Phoenician A ; very fine and 
well spread 1 

285 Tyros : Tetradrachms (2) ; types as last coin, varied letters in field ; 

both very fine 2 



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THIRD DAY'S SALE. 



ROMAN GOLD COINS. 

LOT 

286 Kepublic : Small Electrum Coin ; Janiform female heads ; > Jupiter 

in fast quadriga driven by Victory to right ; struck at Rhegium, 
B.C. 276 (Babelon I, 23, no. 26) ; unusually fine and rare 
[PI. VI] 1 

287 M. Junius Brutus : N Stater struck in Thrace ; Brutus between two 

lictors, all walking to left ; in field, BR in monogram ; in exergue 
KOZflN ; Eagle to left, holding wreath ; very fine and rare 1 

288 Manlia-Cornelia : Aureus ; L. MANLI. PRO. Q ; Head of Rome to right ; 

& L. SVLLA. IM, Sylla in triumphal quadriga to right ; above, Vic- 

/// / tory flying towards left and carrying crown; (Bab. 3); extremely 

fine and very rare [PI. VI] 1 

289 IMPERIAL SERIES. Julius Caesar: Aureus; c. CAESAR, cos. TER ; 

Veiled head to right ; JJ, A. HIRTIVS. PR, Lituus, vase and axe ; fine 
and uncommon 1 

290 Julius and Octavius : Aureus; C. CAESAR. DICT. PERP. PONT. MAX., 

Laureate head of Julius Caesar to right ; p, C. CAESAR. COS. PONT. 

ttlf( I AVG; Head of Octavius to right; very fine and very rare 

[PI. VI] 1 

291 Julius and Octavius: Aureus; similar to last coin, but from varied 

dies ; well preserved and very rare ; part of the rev. legend not 
shown [PI. VI] 1 

292 Augustus : Aureus ; Bare head to right ; , AVGVSTVS, Capricorn with 

globe and rudder ; of good style, fine and rare [PI. VI] 1 

293 Augustus : Aureus ; CAESAR AVGVSTVS mvi. F PATER PATRIAE, Laureate 

head to right ; c. L. CAESARES AVGVSTI, &c., Caius and Lucius 
Caesar to front, each holding buckler and spear ; in field, augural 
staff and vase ; ivell preserved and rare 1 

294 Augustus : Aureus ; AVGVSTVS DIVI F., Bare head to right ; p, IMP. x., 

Butting bull to right ; very fine and rare 1 



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295 Augustus: Aureus; as last coin ; very fine and rare 1 

296 Augustus : Aureus ; another specimen ; of better style, but not so well 

preserved 1 

' 297 Augustus: Aureus; AVGVSTVS. Divi. F, Laureate head to right; 9, 
IMP. xii, Butting bull to right ; of excellent style, fine and rare 1 

298 Augustus : Aureus; AVGVSTVS DIVI F; Bare head to right ; 9, as last 

coin ; fine, but slightly bent 1 

299 Augustus: Aureus; CAESAR AVGVSTVS between two laurel branches; 

9> OB civis SERVATOS within oak wreath, fine and rare 1 

/V- 300 Augustus : Aureus; CAESAR AVGVSTVS, Bare head to right ; 9 SIGNIS 
RECEPTIS, Mars to left holding military eagle and carrying standard, 
rare, but not fine 1 

//y - 301 Tiberius: Aureus; TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS, Laureate head to 

right ; 9, PONTIF MAXIM, Livia seated to right ; brilliant 1 

L//L/"* 302 Tiberius: Aureus; as last ; very fine 1 

303 Tiberius: Aureus; another specimen ; very fine 1 

,/)/- 304 Tiberius: Aureus; another; very fine 1 

305 Tiberius: Aureus; another; not so fine 1 

306 Tiberius: Aureus; another; worn 1 

307 Nero Drusus : Aureus; NERO CLAVDIVS DRVSVS GERMANICVS IMP, 

Laureate head to left ; 9, DE GERM, Triumphal arch, with equestrian 
figure, captives and trophy ; fine and rare [PI. VI] 1 

308 Antonia : Aureus ; ANTONIA AVGVSTA, Portrait head to right, with 

attributes of Ceres ; 9, CONSTANTIAE AVGVSTI, Ceres facing, hold- 
ing sceptre and cornucopia ; fine and very rare [PI. VI] 1 

309 Antonia : Aureus ; obv. similar to last coin ; 9, SACERDOS DIVI AVGVSTI, 

two upright torches, tied with a garland ; very fine and very rare 
[PI. VI] 1 

310 Caligula and Augustus : Aureus; c CAESAR AVG GERM P.M. TR. POT, 

Laureate head to right ; 9, DIVVS AVG PATER PATRIAE, Radiate bust 
of Augustus to right ; very fine and very rare [PI. VI] 1 

311 Caligula and Augustus: Aureus; c. CAESAR AVG. GERM. P.M. TR. POT. 

COS, Bare head of Caligula to right ; 9, Radiate head of Augustus 
between two stars ; a very rare variety and fine [PI. VI] 1 

312 Caligula and Germanicus: Aureus; c. CAESAR AVG. GERM. P.M. TR. 

POT, Bare head to right; 9, GERMANICVS CAES. p. c. CAES. AVG. 
GERM, Bare head of Germanicus to right ; very fine and very rare 
[PI. VI] 1 



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313 Caligula and Agrippina : Aureus ; C. CAESAR. AVG. PON. M. TR. POT. in. 

cos. in, Laureate head to right ; p. AGRIPPINA. MAT. c. CAES. AVG. 
GERM., Draped bust of Agrippina to right ; very fine and very rare 
[PI. VI] 1 

314 Caligula and Agrippina : Aureus ; similar to preceding coin, but with 

obv. legend, c. CAESAR. AVG. GERM. p. M. TR. POT ; Bare head to 
right; very fine, rev. not well centred [PI. VI] 1 

315 Claudius : Aureus ; TI. CLAVD. CAESAR. AVG. GERM. P. M. TR. P., Lau- 

reate head to right ; p> CONSTANTIAE. AVGVSTI, Constantia seated 
to left ; fine and uncommon 1 

316 Claudius : Aureus; T[I. CLAVD] CAESAR AVG. P.M. TR. P. vi. IMP. xi. 

Laureate head to right ; JJ, DE. BRITANN. across upper members 

/0/--/ of arch ; above, equestrian statue between two trophies ; very fine 

and rare [PI. VI] 1 

317 Claudius: Aureus; TI. CLAVD. CAESAR. AVG. P.M. TR. P; Laureate 

head to right ; , IMPER. RECEPt. written along the upper wall of 
a praetorian camp ; figure of warrior and standard within a 
central building ; fine and rare 1 

t 318 Claudius: Aureus; TI. CLAVD., &c., TR. p. mi; Laureate head to 
///,)/' right; as last coin ; worn 1 

319 Claudius: Aureus; TI. CLAVD. CAESAR. AVG. p. M. TR. P ; Laureate 

head to right ; PACI. AVGVSTAE, Nemesis to right, serpent in 
front ; fine and uncommon 1 

320 Claudius : Aureus ; as last coin, but obv. legend ending P. M. TR. P. nil ; 

very fine and uncommon 1 

321 Claudius: Aureus; obv. similar to preceding coin, but obv. legend 
///// ends TR. p. vi. IMP. xi ; fy S.P.Q.R. P.P. OB. c.s within an oak- wreath ; 

fine and uncommon \ 

322 Claudius : Aureus ; as last coin ; very fine, but part of obv. legend not 

ivell struck up \ 

323 Claudius and Agrippina J r : Aureus; TI. CLAVD. CAESAR AVG. GERM. 

P.M. TRIE. POT. P.p ; Laureate head to right ; $, AGRIPPINAE 
AVGVSTAE, Draped head of Agrippina to right, with corn-wreath of 
Ceres; fine and rare [PI. VII] 1 

324 Claudius and Agrippina J r : Aureus ; as last coin, but not so fine 1 

325 Nero Caesar: Aureus; NERONI. CLAVDIO. DRVSO. GERM, cos DESIGN, 

Youthful draped bust to right; EQVESTER. ORDO. PRINCIPI. 
IVVENT, in four lines, placed across a circular shield ; very fine and 
uncommon i 









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326 Nero : A ureus ; NERO CAESAR AVG. IMP. Bare head to right ; $, EX. s. c. 
/ .7 (, within wreath ; around it, PONTIF. MAX. TR. P. ill. P.P. ; fine and 

uncommon 1 

327 Nero: Aureus; NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, Laureate head to right; 

$ tvPFiTER CVSTOS, Jupiter seated to left ; worn 1 

328 Nero : Aureus: as last coin, and in similar condition 1 
f/V ' 

329 Nero: Aureus; obv. as preceding coin; $ ROMA / Roma Victrix to 

left, seated on arms ; very fine 1 

330 Nero: Aureus; NERO. CLAVD. CAES. DRVSVS. GERM. PRINC. i WENT, 
y Y / - Draped boy-like bust to left; $> SACERD. COOPT. IN. OMN. CONL. 

SVPRA. NVM. EX. S.C. Simpulum, tripod, augur's staff and shield ; 
very fine and rather rare ] 

,ii 331 Nero: Aureus; NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, Laureate head to right; 
9, SALVS, Hygieia to left, seated on throne ; fine 1 

332 Nero and Agrippina : Aureus; NERO. CLAVD. DIVI. F. CAES. AVG. 

GERM. IMP. TR. P. COS, Jugate heads of the Emperor and his mother 
to right ; jj, AGRiiT. AVG. DIVI [CLAVD] NERONIS. CAES. MATER ; in 
field, EX. S.C. ; Emperor and Empress seated on triumphal car 
drawn by four elephants ; very well preserved and very rare 1 

333 Galba : Aureus ; IMP. SER. GALBA. CAESAR. AVG, Laureate head to left ; 

, CONCORDIA PROVINCIARVM ; Concordia to left ; fine and very 
rare 1 

334 Otho: Aureus; IMP. M. OTHO. CAESAR. AVG. TR. p, Head to right; 
fll^/h > PAX . ORBIS TERRARVM ; Pax to left; fine and very rare 

[PI. VII] 1 

335 Vespasianus : A ureus ; IMP. CAESAR. VESPASIANVS. AVG, Laureate head 

to right ; > TR. POT. cos. in ; Aequitas to left ; brilliant and rare 
[PI. VII] 1 

336 Vespasianus : Aureus; IMP. CAES. VESP. AVG. CEN ; Laureate head to 

right ; VESTA ; Temple of Vesta with statues in centre and at 
each side ; very fine and rare 1 

337 Vespasianus: Aureus; similar to preceding coin, but with rare (un- 

publishedl) obverse reading of IMP. CAESAR. VESP. AVG. CENSOR; 
fine and very rare 1 

338 Titus: Aureus; IMP. TITVS. CAES. VESPASIAN. AVG. P.M; Laureate 

head to left ; $ TR. P. vim. IMP. xv. cos. vn. P.P. Radiate-headed 
statue (of Apollo?) standing on rostral column ; brilliant and 
rather rare [PI. VII] 1 



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339 Titus : Aureus ; obv. as last coin ; p TR. P. Vim. IMP. XV. COS. vii. P.P ; 

/ / / 

Capricorn to left, globe beneath ; fine I 

340 Doraitianus: Aureus; CAESAR. AVG. r. DOMITIANVS ; Laureate head 
I I/O I to right ; p cos im. Cornucopia ; well preserved 1 

341 Domitianus : Aureus; obv. as last coin; p COS. v. Sarmatian captive 
<f kneeling to right ; fine, and an interesting type 1 

342 Domitianus : Aureus ; DOMITIANVS AVGVSTVS, Laureate head to right ; 

p GERMANICVS COS XIIII, Emperor in triumphal quadriga to left ; 
fine and uncommon 1 

j 343 Domitianus: Aureus; similar to preceding, but with bare head of 
Emperor, and reading COS XVI ; rare 1 

344 Domitianus : Aureus ; DOMITIANVS AVGVSTVS, Laureate head to right ; 

P GERMANICVS. COS. XV, Captive German to right, seated on shield ; 
broken spear beneath ; fine, and an interesting historical type 1 

345 Domitianus : Aureus ; similar to last coin, but reading COS xvi ; very 
l*l~l fine and rare \ 

346 Domitianus: Aureus; IMP. CAES. DOMIT. AVG. GERM. p. M. TR. p. v, 

Laureate head to right ; p IMP. XI. COS. xn. CENS. P. P. p ; Fighting 
Minerva to right ; very fine 1 

347 Domitianus : Aureus; CAESAR. Divi. F. DOMITIANVS. cos. vii, Laureate 

head to right ; p PRINCEPS. IVVENTVTIS, Altar circled with gar- 
lands ; brilliant \ 

348 Domitianus: Aureus; CAES. AVG. F. DOMIT. COS. n, Laureate head to 

right; p Emperor on horseback to left; brilliant [PI. VII] 1 
, /. 349 Domitianus: A ureus; similar to last coin, but not so fine 1 

350 Domitia : Aureus ; DOMITIA. AVG. IMP. DOMITIAN. AVG. GERM, Draped 
JS] I/C I bust to ri S at ; & CONCORDIA. AVGVST. Peacock to left ; of excellent 

style, fine and very rare [PI. VII] 1 

*** Traces of a letter -A- visible after the final letter of AVGVST. 

351 Nerva : Aureus ; IMP. NERVA. CAES. AVG. p. M. TR. p. cos. n. P.P, Lau- 

reate head to right ; p CONCORDIA EXERCITVVM, Standard (eagle) 

on prow ; in front, two clasped hands ; very fine and rare 1 

") //I,/ k 352 Nerva : Aureus; similar to last coin, but not so fine \ 

353 Nerva: Aureus; IMP. NERVA. CAES. AVG. TR. POT, Laureate head to 

right ; p COS. ill. PATER PATRIAE ; Simpulum, sprinkler, vase arid 
augur's staff ; very fine and rare [PI. VII] 1 

354 Trajanus: Aureus; IMP. CAES. NER. TRAIAN. OPTIM. AVG. GERM. DAC, 

Laureate draped bust to right ; p PARTHICO. P.M. TR. p. COS. VI. 
P.P. S.P.Q.R, Radiate head of Sol to right ; fine \ 



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355 Trajanus : Aureus ; IMP. CAES. NERVA. TRAIAN. AVG. GERM, Laureate 
7/7 (, head to right ; p, P. M. TR. P. cos. m. p. p. Germania to left, seated 

on shields and holding branch of laurel ; brilliant 1 

356 Trajanus and Plotina : Aureus; Divo. TRAIANO. PATRI. AVG, Laureate 

draped bust to right ; p, PLOTINAE. AVG, Draped bust of the Empress 
to right, diademed and with hair arranged en queue; very fine 
and extremely rare [PI. VII] 1 

. 357 Hadrianus : Aureus; HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, Laureate head to right; 
I / / P> COS. in, Wolf and twins ; very fine and of excellent style 1 

358 Hadrianus: Aureus; HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, Draped bust to right; 

9> cos - IIJ > Emperor on horse walking to right ; brilliant and of 
very fine style [PI. VII] 1 

359 Hadrianus: Aureus; similar to preceding coin, but with obv. legend 

ending AVGVSTVS. P.P ; fine 1 

360 Hadrianus: Aureus; HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS, Large laureate head of 

Emperor to right ; p, COS. ill, Emperor on horse walking to right ; 
brilliant 1 

361 Hadrianus : Aureus ; similar to last, but with the horse galloping to 

right; very fine and rare [PI. VII] 1 

362 Hadrianus : Aureus ; HADRIANVS. AVG. P. P. ; Draped laureate bust 

to right ; p, COS. in (in exergue), Emperor on horse walking to 
right ; very fine and rare 1 

363 Hadrianus : Aureus; HADRIANVS. AVG. cos. in. p. p., Draped bust to 

right ; p, FIDES. PVBLICA, Fides (or Ceres) to right ; fine 1 

364 Hadrianus: Aureus; IMP. CAESAR. TRAIAN. HADRIANVS. AVG, Laureate 

bust to right, draped and wearing cuirass ; p, P. M. TR. P. COS. Ill, 
Jupiter to front, nude and holding sceptre and fulmen ; fine and 
uncommon 1 

365 Hadrianus: Aureus; IMP. CAES. TRAIAN. HADRIANO. AVG. DIVI. TRA. 

PARTH. F., Laureate bust to right, draped and wearing cuirass ; p, 
ORIENS ; - DIVI. NER. NEP. P. M. TR. P. COS, Radiate bust of Sol to 
right ; very fine 1 

366 Hadrianus : Aureus ; as last coin ; brilliant 1 

367 ^Elius Caesar : Aureus ; L. AELIVS CAESAR, Head to right ; p TRIE. 
./ / POT. COS. n ; in exergue, CONCORD, Concordia seated to left ; very 

fine and rare [PI. VII] 1 

368 Antoninus Pius: Aureus; ANTONINV8. AVG. Pivs. P. P. TR. P. XII, 

Laureate head to right ; p, COS. nil, ^Equitas to left ; very fine 1 



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369 Antoninus Pius : Aureus ; ANTONINVS. AVG. PIVS. P. P. TR. P. xilii, 

Head to right ; cos. nil, ^Equitas to left ; extremely fine, the 
surface roughened (by firel) [PI. VII] 1 

370 Antoninus Pius : Aureus; same inscription as last, but reading TR. 

p. xvi, Draped bust to left ; cos. nil, Emperor to left holding 
globe ; very fine 1 

371 Antoninus Pius : Aureus ; similar to last coin, but with laureate head 

to left and TR. P. xvn ; very fine 1 

372 Antoninus Pius : Aureus; similar, but with slightly draped laureate 

bust to right; TR. P. XVII ; brilliant [PI. VII] 1 

373 Antoninus Pius : Aureus (of small module) ; ANTONINVS. AVG. Pivs. 

p. P. TR. P. xxii, Laureate head to right; VOTA. SOL. DECENN. n. 
(in exergue, traces of COS. in), Emperor to left, sacrificing at altar; 
fine, and rather rare 1 

374 Anton. Pius and M. Aurelius : Aureus; ANTONINVS. AVG. PIVS. P. P. 

TR. P. cos. in, Draped bust to right ; JJ, AVRELIVS. CAESAR. AVG. 
' PH. F. COS, Draped bust to right ; very fine, and rare 1 

375 Faustina Senior : Aureus; DIVA. FAVSTINA, Draped bust to right; 
(t/tj/(f AETERNITAS, ^Eternitas to left; of excellent style, extremely fine 

and rare [PI. VII] 1 

376 Faustina Sr. : Aureus; similar obv. ; AVGVSTA, Ceres (?) to left; 

the surface slightly damaged 1 

377 Faustina Sr. : Aureus; similar to last coin, but with figure of Fortuna 

on rev. ; the edge slightly damaged 1 

378 Faustina Sr. : Aureus ; DIVA. AVG. FAVSTINA, Bust of the Empress 

to right, draped and veiled ; PIETAS. AVG, Pietas towards left, 
sacrificing at altar ; very fine 1 

379 Marcus Aurelius: Aureus; IMP. CAES. M. AVREL. ANTONINVS. AVG, 

Bust to right ; , CONCORDIAE. AVGVSTOR. TR. P. XV ; COS. in ; 
in exergue, M. Aurelius and L. Verus shaking hands ; extremely 
fine 1 

380 M. Aurelius : Aureus; M. ANTONINVS. AVG. TR. p. xxm, Laureate 

draped bust to right; FELICITAS. AVG. COS. in, Felicitas to left ; 
extremely fine \ 

I 381 M. Aurelius : Aureus; M. ANTONINVS. AVG. ARM. PARTH. MAX, Laureate 

head to right ; , FORT. RED. TR. P. xxii. IMP. V ; in exergue, COS. 

ill, Fortuna seated to left ; extremely fine 1 

^382 M. Aurelius Caesar: Aureus; AVRELIVS. CAESAR. AVG. PH. F. cos. n, 

?/J / - Draped youthful bust to right; HILARITAS, Hilaritas to left; 

brilliant, and of excellent style [PI. VII] 1 






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383 M. Aurelius : Aureus ; M. ANTONINUS. AVG. TR. p. xxvi, Laureate 

draped bust to right ; , IMP. VI. COS. ill, Victory crowning Em- 
peror, both figures to left ; extremely fine, and a rare type 1 

384 M. Aurelius: Aureus; M. ANTONINVS. AVG. ARM. PARTH. MAX, Draped 

laureate bust to right ; > TR. p. xxn. IMP. v. cos. in, ^Equitas 
seated to left ; extremely fine 1 

385 M. Aurelius: Aureus; inscription as last; laureate bust to right, in 

cuirass; $ TR. P. xxn. IMP. mi. cos. in, Victory to left; very fine I 

386 M. Aurelius : Aureus; M. AVREL. ANTONINVS. AVG, Draped laureate 

bust to right; , TR. p. xxxn. IMP. vim. cos. in. p. p, Abundantia 
to left ; very fine 1 

387 M. Aurelius, Caesar: Aureus; AVRELIVS. CAESAR. AVG. rn. F, Bust 
//2 /> to right, with slight beard ; TR. POT. in. cos. II, Ceres to right; 

extremely fine 1 

388 M. Aurelius, Caesar: Aureus; AVRELIVS. CAESAR. AVG. PH. FIL, Draped 

bust to right, slightly bearded ; & TR. POT. vm. COS. II, Roma 
Victrix to left ; extremely fine 1 

. 389 Lucilla: Aureus; LVCILLAE. AVG. ANTONINI. AVG. F, Draped bust to 
*}(/( / right; $, VENVS, Venus to left, holding apple and sceptre; ex- 

tremely fine and rare 1 

390 Lucilla: Aureus; similar; equally fine [PI. VII] 1 

l_ / - 391 Sev. Alexander : Aureus; IMP. SEV. ALEXAND. AVG, Laureate head to 
right ; JJ, P. M. TR. P. vm. COS. ill. P. P, Emperor to right, carrying 
trophy and spear ; extremely fine and a rare type in gold 1 

392 Sev. Alexander: Aureus; IMP. ALEXANDER. PIVS. AVG, Laureate bust 
/ jl- 1- to right, draped and with cuirass ; $ P. M. TR. P. XI. COS. III. P. P, Sol 

to left, globe in left hand; extremely fine and rare [PI. VII] 1 

393 Diocletianus : Aureus ; IMP. C. G. VAL. DIOCLETIANVS. P. F. AVG, 

Laureate bust to right, draped and in cuirass ; Jfc IOVI. CONSER- 
VATORI. AVG. * ; in exergue, s. M. A, Jupiter towards left, holding 
spear and fulmen ; in field, wreath ; very fine, and a rare variety 
[PI. VII] 1 

394 Constantius II : Solidus ; D. N. CONSTANTIVS. p. F. AVG, Bust with beaded 

diadem to right ; $ GLORIA. REIPVBLICAE ; in exergue, ANT. B, 
Korna and Constantinopolis seated, holding shield with VOT. xxxx, 
very fine [PI. VII] 1 

395 Constantius II: Solidus; CONSTANTIVS. AVGVSTVS, Draped laureate 

bust to right ; 9, VICTORIAE. DD. NN. AVGG ; in exergue, TR, Two 
Victories facing, holding wreath with VOT. XX. MULT, xxx ; ex- 
tremely fine 1 

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396 Valens : Solidi (2) ; D. N. VALENS. PER. F. AVG. (or p. F. AVG.), Dia- 

demed bust to right, draped ; p, RESTITVTOR. REIPVBLICAE ; in 
exergue, ANT. T (or A), Emperor to front, holding Victory and 
labarum ; one rather worn 2 

397 Valens : Solidus; as in last lot; PER. F. AVG; ANT. A. 

Gratianus : Solidus ; D. N. GRATIANVS. P. F. AVG, Diademed bust to 
right, draped ; , VICTORIA. AVGG ; in exergue, TROB. s. Two Em- 
perors seated, Victory behind ; the last coin very fine 2 

398 Gratianus: Solidus; as last coin, but with TR.OB.C. in exergue, and 

branch between figures. 

Valentinianus III : Solidus ; D. N. PLA. VALENTINIANVS. P. F. AVG. 
Diademed bust to right, draped ; Ji VICTORIA. AVGGG ; in exergue, 
CONOB ; Emperor with crosier and Victory, right foot on captive ; 
in field, R - v (Ravenna) ; both very fine 2 

399 Valentinianus III : Solidi (2) ; similar to last coin ; R. M. (Roma), or 

R-v (Ravenna), in field of rev. ; both very fine 2 

400 Theodosius I: Solidi (2) ; D. N. THEODOSIVS. P. F. AVG, Diademed bust 

to right ; VICTORIA. AVGGG ; COMOB ; R.v (Ravenna), Emperor 
trampling captive ; both very fine 2 

401 Theodosius I : Solidi (2) ; as in last lot ; all very fine 2 

402 Theodosius I : Solidi (2) ; & CONCORDIA. AVGGG O ; CONOB ; Constan- 

tinople seated, holding shield with VOT. x. MVLT. xv; or VICTORIA. 
AVGGG ; COMOB ; R. v. (Ravenna) ; both very fine 2 

403 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; D. N. HONORIVS. p. F. AVG, Helmeted bust 

facing, holding spear and shield ; $ COMOB (exergue), Roma and 
Constantinopolis seated, holding shield with VOT. xxx. MVLT. 
xxxx ; R-V (Ravenna) in field ; or & CONCORDIA. AVGG, COMOB; 
Constantinople seated, holding Victory; star in field ; fine and un 
common 2 

404 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; D. N. HONORIVS. p. F. AVG. Diademed bust to 

right; % VICTORIA. AVGGG; CONOB; Emperor trampling foe ; M. D. 
(Milan), or R. M. (Roma) in field ; both fine 2 

405 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; as in last lot, and of same mints 2 

406 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; similar 2 

407 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; similar types, with M. D. (Milan), or R. v. 

(Ravenna) in field 2 

408 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; similar, and of same mints 2 

409 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; similar and of same mints 2 

410 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; also of Milan and Ravenna 2 



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411 Honorius : Solidi (2) ; Milan and Ravenna 

412 Honorius: Solidi (2) ; Milan and Ravenna 

Solidi (3) 
Solidi (3) 



422 






Honorius : 
Honorius : 
Honorius : 
Honorius : 
Honorius : Solidi (3) 
Honorius : Solidi (3) 
Honorius : Solidi (3) 



; of same type ; all minted at Ravenna 
; similar and of Ravenna mint 
Solidi (3) ; similar ; same mint 
Solidi (3) ; three others similar 
; a similar lot 
; a similar lot 
; a similar lot 
Honorius : Solidi (3) ; another lot 



Honorius : Solidi (4) ; similar type to preceding lots and all minted at 
Ravenna 4 



Theodosius II : Solidus ; D.N. THEODOSivs. P.P. AVG ; Helmeted bust 
with shield, facing ; p= GLOR. ORVis. TERRAR ; TESOB ; Emperor with 
labarum and cross on orb ; star in field ; very fine and a rare type 1 

423 Theodosius II : Solidi (2) ; one as last coin, the second with similar 

obv. and rev. CONCORDIA. AVGGGr ; CONOB ; Constantinopolis seated 
holding spear and victory ; star in field 2 

424 Theodosius II : Solidi (2) ; obv. Helmeted bust ; rev. as last coin, or 

vox. xx. MVLT. xxx. I ; CONOB ; Victory to left with long cross 2 

425 Pulcheria : Solidus ; AEL. PVLCHER1A. AVG ; Diademed draped bust to 

right ; hand holding crown in field above head ; p, SALVS. REIPVB- 
LICAE. COMOB ; Victory seated to right and holding shield with 
sacred monogram ; star in field; very fine and rare [PI. VI I] 1 



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LOT 

426 Zeno : Solidus; D.N. ZENO. PERP. AVG, Helmeted bust facing; JJ, VIC- 

TORIA. AVGGGA; CONOB; Victory to left, holding long cross ; in 
field, star ; fine and rare 

427 Anastasius : Solidus ; D.N. ANASTASIVS. P.F. AVG, Helmeted bust facing; 

JJ, VICTORIA AVGGGO ; COMOB; Victory to left with long cross ; to 
left RM (monogram of Roma) ; to right, star ; extremely fine and a 
rare variety 

428 Justinianus I : Semis ; D.N. 1VSTINVS. P.P. AVG ; Diademed bust to 

right ; JJ, VICTORIA. AVGGG ; CONOB ; Victory seated to right, writ- 
ing on shield ; in field, XP monogram ; (pierced}. Justinianus I : 
Solidus ; D.N. IVSTINIANVS. P.F. AVG ; Helmeted bust facing 
towards right; JJ, VICTORIA. AVGGGA; COMOB; Victory to left, 
holding long cross ; star in field ; the last coin very fine 2 

429 Justinianus I : Solidus ; types as last coin but with AVGGGI. And 

Tremissis with diademed bust and JJ, VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM ; 
COMOB ; Victory to right with wreath and cross ; star in field ; both 
fine 2 

430 Maur. Tiberius : Solidus ; D.N. MAVRC. TIB. P.P. AV., Helmeted bust 

facing; JJ, VICTORIA. AVGGO ; CONOB; Victory facing, holding long 
XP headed staff and cruciphoros orb. Focas : Solidus ; of similar 

types, D.N. FOCAS. PERP. AV ; JJ, VICTORIA. AVGGS ; COMOB ; both 

fine 2 

431 Heraclius and Herac. Constantinus : Solidi(2); dd. NN. heRACLius. 

CT. heRA. CODST. P.P. AV ; Busts of the two emperors facing ; in 
field cross ; JJ, VICTORIA AVGUA (or AVGUA) ; CONOB ; Cross potent 
on three steps; both fine 2 

432 Heraclius and Herac. Constantinus : Solidi (3) ; two as coins in last 

lot ; the third of thick dumpy fabric and minted at Carthage ; one 
pierced 3 



37 Fourth Day 

433 Heraclius and Herac. Constantinus ; Solidus; of similar type to pre- 

ceding coins ; the head of Heraclius with long moustaches and 
beard. Another, with figures of Heraclius and his sons Herac. 
Constantinus and Heracleonas ; > VICTORIA. AVGUS; CONOB ; cross 
on three steps ; in field monogram and A ; both fine 2 

434 Irene, wife of Constantinus VI ; Solidus; CIRIDH. DASILISSH. O, Bust 

facing, holding orb and crosier ; rev. similar to obv. but without 
letter O ( Wroth, pi. XLVI, 10), fine and very rare [PI. VI I] 1 

435 Basil II and Constantinus VIII : Solidus ; bASiL. e. conscADti. bA, 

Half-length figures of the two emperors facing ; long crosier be- 
tween ; $ ihs. XPS. RCX. RecDAnnucD, Bust of Christ facing ( Wroth, 
pi. LVI, 8) ; very fine 1 

436 Basil and Constantinus : Solidus; as last coin 1 

437 Romarius III : Solidus; Qce. boHQ. RCOCDAOCC ; The B. Virgin crown- 

ing the emperor; in upper field M ; ihs. HIX (sic) Rex RCG- 
DAixiuCD; Christ seated to front (cf. Wroth, LVII, 13); very fine 1 

438 Theodora : Solidus ; OEOAOJP AVTOVCT, Crowned bust facing, holding 

sceptre and orb ; Bust of Christ between 1C - xc ; (cf. Wroth, 
LX, 1-2) ; extremely fine and very rare [PI. VII] 1 

439 Grimvald III, Prince of Beneventum, A.D. 791 : Solidus; GRIMVALD, 

Bust facing holding orb ; VICTORA PRINCIP ; C-ONO'B ; Cross on 
three steps ; G.R at sides ; very fine and rare 1 

440 Grimwald III : Tremissis; types similar to larger coin in last lot. 
Sicard, Prince of Beneventum, A.D. 832-9 : base N Solidus; SICARDV, 

Bust facing ; p, VICTOR' PRINCI, CONOB ; Cross between si ; both 
very fine and rare 2 

ROMAN SILVER COINS. 
A. CONSULAR SERIES (references to " Babelon"). 

t L ' 441 Early Republican JR : Head of Janus ; Jupiter in quadriga and ROMA 
in incuse letters. Denarii (4) of varied types 6 

442 Aburia: Babelon, 1; Acilia : 1, 8 (two) ; ^Elia : 3; ^Emilia: 10 
1 1 (three] ; Antestia: 9 ; Antonia : 7, and legionary pieces with LEG. II, 

in, IV, v, VII, Vin, x arid Xiii ; Baebia : 12 (three) ; Caecilia: 26, 
43, 44; mostly fine 24 

443 Cassia: 10; Claudia: 1,2; Cornelia: 54; Crepusia : 1, 3 (two) ; 

Curtia: 2 ; Egnatuleia : 1 ; Fonteia ; 11, 18; Fulvia : 1 ; Furia : 
18 (four), 23; Gellia: 1 ; Herennia : 1 (three}; Hosidia : 1 (two); 
mostly fine 



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444 Hostilia: 2 (two), 4 (two) ; Julia: 1, 5, 12, 16, 26; Junia : 8, 15, 

31; Licinia: 7; Lucilia: 1; Lutatia : 2 (two) ; Mamilia : 6; 
//; /- Manlia : 3, 11 ; Marcia : 1, 8, 11, 19, 24 (two), 28 (three) ; mostly 

I ' * ^8 

fine 

445 Maria : 9 (two) ; Memmia : 2, 10 ; Minucia : 1 ; Minucia : 19 (two) ; 

Naevia: 6 (two) ; Papiria : 7; Plaetoria : 4 (two), 5, 7, 10 (rare 
but not fine); Plancia : 1; Plautia : 13 (three) ; Poblicia : 1, 2, 
6, 9 ; mostly fine 

446 Pompeia : 1 ; Pomponia : 6 (rare), 7 ; Porcia : 1, 7 (three), 11 ; Pos- 

tumia : 1, 7 (two), 8 (three), 9, 10, 11, 13 ; Quinctia : 2, 6 ; Renia : 
1 (tivo) ; Rubria : 3 ; mostly fine 

447 Rustia : I, 3 (rare); Rutilia : 1 ; Scribonia : 8; Sempronia: 2; Ser- 

gia : 1 (two) ; Servilia : 1 ; Thoria : 1 (three) ; Tituria : 1 (two), 3; 
Tullia : 1 ; Valeria : 7, 11 ; Vargunteia : 1 ; Vettia : 1 ; Veturia : 
1 (two) ; Vibia : 1, 18, 23 ; mostly fine 24 

B. IMPERIAL DENARII, &c. 

448 Cnaeus Pompeius Jr. : Denarius. Sext. Pompeius : Denarii (2), 

varied. Lepidus and Octavius : Denarius (rare}. M. Antonius : 



'A/- 



Denarius. M. Antonius and Octavius: Denarius; all interesting 6 

449 Julius Caesar : Denarii (7), varied types, including two with portrait 

(Mettia and Sepullia) ; some very fine 7 

450 Augustus : Denarii (6), Quinarii (2) ; others of Tiberius, Claudius, 

Nero (2), Galba (2), Otho, and Vitellius ; some uncommon 16 

451 Vespasianus (9), Titus (5, one with captive Judaea), Domitianus (9) ; 
/f/- all denarii, and mostly fine or very fine 23 

452 Nerva (3), Trajanus (10), Hadrianus (5), Sabina, Antoninus Pius (5), 

and Faustina Sr. (3) ; in similar condition 27 

453 Nerva (2), Trajan (10), Hadrian (5, one a quinarius), Sabina, Anto- 

ninus Pius (6), and Faustina Sr. (3) ; similar ; varied types 27 

454 M. Aurelius (9), Faustina Jr. (3), L. Verus (3), Lucilia, Commodus (7), 

Crispina, Sep. Severus (3), and Julia Domna (4) ; varied types, 
several very fine 3 1 

455 Caracalla (7), Plautilla (3), Geta (3), Diadumenianus, Elagabalus (5) ; 

Sev. Alexander (4), Maximinus ; Base JR. Denarii of late Em- 
perors (7, including one of Macrianus), and JR of Constantino the 
Great (very fine) and Mag. Maximus ; a good lot, several very 
fine 33 

456 A parcel of 100 Denarii, &c. of Consular and Imperial times ; mostly 

worn, and many false 100 



39 Fourth Day 

ROMAN BRONZE COINS. 
N.B. The finer coins mostly show signs of tooling. 

457 LARGE BRONZE. Julius Caesar and Octavius : DIVOS IVLIVS, Lau- 
f I l6 reate head of Julius Caesar to right ; p, CAESAR DIVI. F., Head of 

Octavius to right, with slight beard; very fine, of unusually good 
style, and nicely patinated [PI. VIII] 1 

458 Octavius : rev. DIVOS IVLIVS in wreath. Augustus (2) : p, ROM. ET. AVG, 

Altar of Lyons ; or obv. DIVO. AVGVSTO S.P.Q.R, Statue of Emperor 
on quadriga of elephants. Livia : s.P.QR. 1VLIAE. AVGVST, Carpen- 
turn. Tiberius : obv. Triumphal car ; rev. Ti. CAESAR, &c. around 
large S.c ; countermarked NCAPR ; uncommon, and in fair con- 
dition 5 

459 Augustus : MEDALLION (large M in broad moulded border) ; Divvs 

AVGVSTVS, Laureate head to right ; p, IMP. NERVA. CAESAR. AVGVS- 
TVS. REST., around large s.c. ; in very fair preservation, and 
exceedingly rare [PI. VIII] 1 

460 Livia : S.P.Q.R. IVLIAE. AVGVST ; Carpentum to right ; p TI. CAESAR. 
^ DIVI. AVG. F. AVGVST. P.M. TR. POT. xxnii around large S.C ; in 

excellent condition, and rare [PI. VIII] 1 

461 Tiberius: Temple of Augustus; p, Legend as last coin, but ending 

POT. xxxvi, large S.C in centre ; unusually well preserved for this 
piece, and nicely patinated 1 

462 Caligula : c. CAESAR. DIVI. AVG. PRON. AVG. P.M. TR. p. in. p. p ; Lau- 
^ , reate head to left ; p. S.P.Q.R. OB GIVES SERVATOS, all within oak 

wreath ; a very fine patinated coin, the obv. slightly roughened 1 

t 463 Caligula : obv. similar to preceding coin ; rev. ADLOCVT. COH, Emperor 
standing on dais, placed to right, addressing group of five officers, 
very fine and rare ; slight dark coloured patination [PI. VI 1 1] 1 

464 Caligula : c. CAESAR. AVG. GERMANICUS. PON. M. TR. POT, Laureate 
_, head to right ; p, AGRIPPINA. DRVSILLA. IVLIA, The three sisters of 

the Emperor ; in exergue, S.C. ; well preserved, patinated and 
rare 1 

465 Caligula (2) : rev. ADLOCVT. COH. as in a preceding lot. Another, with 

obv. C. CAESAR. AVG. GERMAN1CVS. P.M. TR. POT ; PIETAS (exergue) ', 

Pietas seated to left ; rev. DIVO. AVG, Emperor and two attendants 
sacrificing a bull ; hexastyle temple at back ; both fine ; the last 
has the design in unusual relief 2 



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466 Caligula (2) : Types as coins in last lot ; the legend of the second 

coin reading c. CAESAR. DIVI. AVG. PRON. AVG. P.M. TR. P. in. P.P; 
PIETAS ; both fine, and uncommon 

467 NERO C. DRUSUS : NERO. CLAVDIVS. DRVSVS, &c. Head to left ; p> TI. 

CLAVDivs. CAESAR, &c. Emperor to left, seated on arms. Agrip- 

pilia Senior : AGR1PPINA. M.F. MAT. C. CAESARIS. AVGVSTI, Bust to 

right; p, S.P.Q.R. MEMORIAE. AGRIPPINAE, Carpentum to leftj the 
second, piece rare and fine 

468 Nero C. Drusus : as in last lot. Agrippina Sr. : AGRIPPINA. M.F. 

GERMANICVS. CAESARIS, Bust to right ; p, TI. CLAVDIVS. CAESAR. 

AVG. GERM. P.M. TR. P. IMP. P.P. around large S.C ; the second piece 
rather fine and patinated 2 

469 Nero (4): p CONG. n. DAT. POP. R, Emperor and officer seated on 

platform ; behind, figure of Liberalitas and statue of Roma ; two 
figures at foot of steps ; the other pieces with figure of ROMA 
seated to left (2), or S.C. and triumphal arch ; the first coin with 
very fine reverse 4 

470 Nero (5) : p DECVRSIO, Emperor and attendant on horseback to right ; 

P, PACE. P.R. TERJRA. MARIQ. PARTA. IANVM. CLVSIT, S.C, Temple of 

Janus ; p, ROMA, s.c, Roma seated to left (3) ; all in fair preserva- 
tion 5 

471 Galba: SER. GALBA. IMP. CAES. AVG. TR. p, Laureate head to right; 

p, S.C. Victory to right, carrying wreath and palm ; dark green 
patina, very fine and rare [PI. VIM] 1 

_ 472 Galba : obv. as last coin ; rev. LIBERT. AVG ; s.c ; Libertas to left ; 
fine brown patina ; very fine and rare 1 

473 Galba : obv. as last ; rev. ROMA ; s.c ; Roma seated to left ; finely 

toned bronze ; fine and rare 1 

474 Galba : obv. as last ; rev. S.P.Q.R. OB. civ. SER. within an oak wreath ; 

dark green patina ; very fine and rare \ 

475 Galba : IMP. SER. GALBA. CAES. AVG. PON. M. TR. p ; Laureate head to 

right ; p LIBERTAS. PVBLICA, Libertas to left ; dark mottled patina ; 
very fine and rare 1 

476 Galba : SER. SVLP. GALBA. IMP. CAESAR. AVG. TR. p, Laureate bust to 

right ; p, ADLOCVTIO ; s.c ; Emperor and attendant on dais, placed 
to left, addressing a group of four officers ; a horse shown at the 
back of the group ; in high relief, fine, and a very rare type 1 

477 Galba (2) : IMP. SER. GALBA. AVG. TR. p, or SER. GALBA. IMP. CAES. 

AVG. TR. p, Laureate head to right ; p, LIBERTAS. PVBLICA. s. c, 
Libertas to left, or s. c. Victory flying to left. Vitellius (2) : PAX 



41 Fourth Day 

LOT 477 continued. 

AVGVSTI. s. C, Pax to left, or Jjfc s. c. Mars walking to right, carry- 
ing a trophy ; all in fair state, the last coin pierced and of 
doubtful authenticity 4 

478 Vespasianus (3) : IMP. CAES. VESPASIAN (or VESPAS.) AVG. p. M. TR. 

p. P. P. cos. in., Laureate bust to right ; IVDAEA CAPTA, s. C., 
Captive Jew and figure of Judaea Capta beneath palm ; similar, 
but with figure of Emperor in place of captive Jew ; R, VICTORIA 
AVGVSTI, Victory writing on shield hung from palm, Judaea Capta 
at her feet ; all interesting and the first well preserved 3 

479 Vespasianus : Titus : the Vespasian as first coin in last lot ; the Titus 

with IVD. CAP., s c ; palm between figures of Judaea Capta and 
captive Jew ; the last coin rare 2 

480 Vespasianus (5) : , ANNONA. AVGVST, Annona seated to left ; LIBER- 
./i / TAS PVBLICA, Libertas to left ; PAX AVGVST, Pax to left ; ROMA, 

Roma to left ; s. c, Mars Victor to right ; all in fair preservation 5 

481 Vespasianus : DIVVS. AVGVSTVS. VESP, Vespasianus Emperor seated to 

left ; > IMP. T. CAESAR. D1VI. VESP. F. AVG. P. M. TR. P. P. P. COS. 

vin ; large s. C ; very fine and rare, surfaces cleaned and tooled 
[PI. VIII] 1 

482 Titus (4) : p, ANNONA AVG, Annona to left ; PROVIDENT. AVGVST, 
,//)/" Titus and Vespasianus (rare, but finely tooled) ; s. C, Mars Victor 

to right 4 

483 Julia Titi (2) : DIVA. IVLIAE. AVG. DIVI. TITI. F ; S. P. Q. R ; Carpentum 

to right ; > IMP. CAES. DOMIT. AVG. GERM. COS. XV (or XVl) CENS. 

PERP ; large S. C ; both rare but tooled 2 

484 Domitianus (4) : & COS. XIIII. LVD. SAEC. A. POP. FRUG. AC ; S. C ; 

Domitian seated to right on dais ; two men in front and temple in 
background ; , lovi. VICTORI, Jupiter Victor seated to left ; tt. 
S. C, Mars Victor to right ; VICTORIA. AVG., Victory to left ; 
three fine 4 

485 Nerva (2) : Fisci. IVDIACI. CALVMNIA. SVBLATA, Palm between s. c ; 

9, LIBERTAS. PVBLICA, Libertas to left ; the first rare 2 

486 Trajan US : IMP. CAES. NER. TRAIANO. OPTIMO. AVG. GER. DAC. PAR- 

THICO. P. M. TR. P. COS. vi., P. P, Laureate bust to right, aegis in 
/ v- front of neck ; REX. PARTHis. DATVS, S. C., Emperor seated to 

right, attendant standing behind, both on dais ; in front, standing 
figure of Parthian King and kneeling figure of Province ; exceed- 
ingly fine and regular dark-green patina [ PI . V 1 1 1 ] 1 



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487 Trajan US : IMP. CAES. NERVAE. TRAIANO. AVG. GER. DAC. P. M. TR. P. 

COS. v. P. P, Laureate bust to right ; % S. P. Q. R. OPTIMO. PRINCIPI, 
Abundantia to left ; very fine, but tooled 

488 Trajanus (6) : % PROVINCIA (exergue) DACIA. AVGVSTA, Province 

seated to left ; 9, S. P. Q. R. &c. (3), Bridge over Danube ; Felicitas 
to left, or Victory crowning Emperor; TR. POT. &c. (2), Pax 
seated to left ; mostly in fair state 6 

489 Trajanus (6) : % S. P. Q. R. &c. (4), Abundance to left, Pax to left, 
/ U, Dacian captive and trophy, Victory writing VIC. DAC. on shield ; 

p, TR. POT. &c., Pax seated to left; mostly in fair state 6 

490 Trajanus (4) : all with $ legend S. P. Q. R. OPTIMO PRINCIPI, and 

design of Statue of Emperor crowned by flying Victory ; Danube 
bridge, Temple of Jupiter, or arch (fa9ade of temple 1) ; three fine 
but more or less tooled 4 

491 Hadrianus: HADRTANVS. AVGVSTVS, Laureate head to right; , cos. 

ill ; S. C ; Roma to left, seated on cuirass and shield ; Victory in 
right hand and cornucopias in left; very fine and smoothly 
patinated [PI. VIM] 1 

492 Hadrianus (4) : CONCORDIA. EXERCITVVM, Concord holding stan- 

dards ; $ [FELICITAS] AVG, Emperor and Felicity shaking hands ; 
LIBERTAS. PVBLICA, Libertas seated to left ; PONT. MAX. TR. 
POT. cos. in, Felicitas to left ; all good coins 4 

493 Hadrianus (6) : $ cos. in, Poseidon to left, or Roma Victrix seated 

to left ; > DACIA, Dacian seated to left ; JJ, FORTVNA. AVG, Fortuna 
to left; $ HILARITAS. P. R ; cos. in, Hilaritas to left ; PONT. [MAX 
TR. P]OT. cos. in, Jupiter Victor to left. And a large M Coin of 
Antinous, much tooled and possibly false ; the first pieces rather 
well preserved 7 

494 Antoninus Pius : ANTONINVS. AVG. Pivs. P. p. TR. p. cos. in, Laureated 

head to right ; $ ITALIA, s. c, Italia seated on globe (or shield) to 
left; slightly tooled but very fine and of excellent style [PI. VIM] 1 

495 Antoninus Pius (3) : % APOLLINI. AVGVSTO, s. c, Apollo with lyre and 

patera ; $ PROVIDENTIAE. DEORVM, s. c., fulmen ; $ TR. POT. cos. 
in, s. c, Wolf and twins. Faustina Sr. : $ AETERNITAS, ^Eternitas 
to left. M. Aurelius (3) : CONCORD. AVGVSTOR, &c., M. Aurelius 
and L. Verus ; $ TR. POT. xi, &c., Fortuna facing ; TR. p. xvm, 
&c., Mars to right ; mostly in fair preservation, the first on large 
flan 



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496 Antoninus Pius (4) : Varied types, one with ft [cos] n, s. c ; Emperor 

facing towards left, holding spear and sceptre, a radiate nimbus 
around the head. Faustina Sr. : ft AETERNITAS, S. C, ^Eternitas 
facing, sceptre in left hand. M. Aurelius (3) : varied types ; in 
fair preservation 8 

497 Faustina Jr. (3): ft coNSECRATio, Peacock; ft MATRI (MAGNAE), 

Cybele seated to right ; ft VENVS. VICTRIX, Venus holding shield 
and Victory ; all patinated 3 

498 L. Verus : L. AVREL. VERVS. AVG. ARMENIACVS., Laureate bust to 

right ; ft [TR. p] mi, IMP. n. cos. II ; S. C ; Mars Victor to right : 
veri/ fine, but tooled [ PI . V 1 1 1 ] 1 

499 L. Verus (2) : ft CONCORD. AVGVSTOR. TR. P; cos. n ; S. C.; M. Aure- 

lius and L. Verus shaking hands ; ft TR. P. nil, &c., Mars Victor 
to right. Commodus (3) : ft IOVI. 1VVENI. P. M. TR. P. Xlin, &c., 
Jupiter towards left ; ft LIB. AVG. nil (in exergue), &c., Emperor 
on dais, distributing largesse ; ft SALVS. AVG. &c., Hygieia to left 
sacrificing; two rather fine 5 

500 L. Verus : ft TR. p. nn. IMP. n. cos. n ; s. c ; Mars Victor to right. 

Commodus : ft TR. p. xnii. IMP. Vin. cos. VI P. P ; s. C ; Hygieia 
seated to left, serpent in front ; both good coins 2 

501 Commodus: M. COMMOD. ANT. P. FELIX. AVG. BRIT. P. P, Laureate 
/ , bust to right ; ft MART. PACAT. P. M. TR. P. xnii, &c., Mars to left, 

holding spear and olive branch ; very fine, slightly tooled 1 

502 COMMODUS: MEDALLION (the centre in red, the border in yellow 

bronze), M. COMMODVS. ANTONINVS. PIVS. FELIX. AVG. BRIT., 
Laureate draped bust to right ; ft MINER. VICT. P. M. TR. P. xnn. 
IMP. Vin ; COS. V. P. P. ; Minerva Victrix to left ; trophy in field 
to right ; well preserved and very rare, parts of the inscription 
indistinct [PI. IX] 1 

503 Didius Julianus : IMP. CABS. M. DID. SEVER . IVLIAN. AVG, Laureate 

head to right ; ft RECTOR. ORBIS ; s. c ; Emperor to left holding 
globe; very fine, but tooled [PI. IX] 1 

504 Albinus : ft Pax (?) to left (not fine). Sep. Severus : ft Dis. AVSPICIB. 

TR. P. &c., Hercules and Dionysos, side by side, and each facing 
towards the left (well preserved). Julia Domna (2) : ft IVNO 
REGINA ; S. C. ; Juno to left (fine) ; ft MATER. DEVM ; S. C ; Cybele 
seated to left, two fine 4 



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505 Sep. Severus : L. SEPT. SEV. PERT. AVG. IMP. mi ; Laureate bust to 

right, with cuirass, &c. ; p AFRICA, the Province to right, a lion at 
her feet; extremely fine and with unusually good patination 
[PI. IX] 1 

506 Caracalla (2) : p P. M. TR. P. COS. mi. P. P ; S. C., Libertas to left ; p, 

SECVRITATI. PERPETVAE ; s. C., Securitas seated to right. 
Geta (2) : p LIBERALITAS. AVGG. VI. ET. V ; s. C. ; Caracalla and Geta 
distributing largesse ; p PONTIF. TR. P. II. COS. n ; S. C. ; Caracalla 
and Geta sacrificing ; between them, flute player ; all in fair con- 
dition, the first piece much tooled 4 

507 Macrinus : IMP. CAES. M. OPEL. SEV. MACRINVS. AVG., Laureate bust to 
/ I ^ right ; p P. M. TR. P. II. COS. II ; S. C., Emperor seated to left ; fine 

and rare, but tooled 1 

508 Diadumenianus : M. OPEL. ANTONINVS. DIADVMENIANVS. CAES, Draped 
/ U / bust to right ; p> PRINC. IVVENTVTIS; S. C., Caesar standing between 

three standards ; very rare, but much tooled 1 

509 Elagabalus (2) : p P. M. TR. P. ill. COS. in. P. P ; S. C., Emperor in quad- 
I ! /I /'- riga to left ; star in field ; or radiate Apollo running to left ; 

the first fine and uncommon 2 

510 Sev. Alexander (5) : p, LIBERALITAS. AVGVSTI. mi, Emperor and atten- 

dants distributing alms ; MARS. VLTOR, Mars to right ; P. M. T. R. P. 
&c., Mars Victor to right ; VIRTVS. AVGVSTI (2), Emperor to left. 
Julia Mamaea : p, VENVS. viCTRix, Venus to left ; all in fair con- 
dition, some rather uncommon 6 

511 Sev. Alexander (5) : Varied types ; one finely patinated. Julia Mamaea: 

p, IVNONEM, Juno to left; mostly very well preserved 6 

512 Balbinus : p, PROVIDENTIA. DEORVM ; S. C, Providentia to left, globe at 

feet. 

Pupienus : p, VICTORIA. AVGG ; s. C, Victory facing ; both uncommon, 
the first rather fine 2 

513 Gordianus III : IMP. GORDIANVS. nvs. FEL. AVG, Laureate draped bust 
c /- to right ; p p. M. TR. p. in. cos. n. p. r ; s. c, Apollo seated to left ; 

extremely fine and nicely patinated 1 

514 Gordianus III : obv. similar to last coin ; p, AETERNITATI. AVG ; S. C ; 

Nude radiate figure to left ; an unusually fine striking 1 

515 Maximinus : p> PAX. AVGVSTI ; s.c : Pax to left. 

Maximus : p PRINCIPI. IVVENTVTIS, Caesar to left, two standards in 

field to right. 
Gordianus III (2) : p FIDES. MILITVM, Fides to left ; p p. M. T. R. P. vi, 

&c., Emperor to right ; all rather fine 4 



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516 Maximinus : $ PAX. AVGVSTI, Pax to left. 

Maximus Caesar (2) : $ PRINCIPI. 1WENTVTIS, Young Caesar to left ; 
//w- standards in field behind. 

Gordianus III (2) : p, AETERNITATI AVG Or LAETITIA. AVG. N ; all 

rather fine 5 

517 Philippus Senior (3) : $ ADVENTVS. AVGG ; Emperor on horseback to 

left ; $ PAX. AETERNA, Pax to left ; p> p. M. T. R. p, &c., Felicitas 

to left. 

Philippus Junior : $ PRINCIPI. 1VVENT, Caesar to left. 
Otacilia (2) : , CONCORDIA. AVGG, Concordia seated to left ; mostly 

fine 6 

518 Philippus Senior (3) : $ AEQVITAS. AVGG, Aequitas to left ; > P. M. TR. 

p. mi, &c., Felicitas to left; $ LIBERALITAS. AVG. n ; Liberalitas 
to left 

Otacilia (2) : $ CONCORDIA. AVGG, Concordia seated to left ; all rather 
fine 5 

519 Otacilia : MARCIA. OTACIL. SEVERA. AVG, Draped bust to left, with 

pointed diadem ; $ PVDICITIA. AVG ; S. C, Pudicitia seated to left ; 
extremely fine and beautifully patinated [PI. IX] 1 

520 Trajanus Decius : MEDALLION; IMP. C. M. Q. TRAIANUS. DECIVS. AVG; 

Radiate bust in cuirass to right ; $ FELICITAS. SAECVLI ; s. c ; 
Felicitas standing to left ; very fine and rare 1 

521 Trajanus Decius (2): MEDALLION; similar to preceding coin; an 
I 1/1/6 extremely fine striking and in excellent preservation [PI. IX] 1 

522 Trajanus Decius (2) : K, DACIA, Province to left ; JJ, PANNON1AE, Two 

female figures. 

Her. Etruscus : $ PRINCEP. IWENT . . . Caesar to left. 
Hostilianus (2) : & PRINCIPI. IVVENTVTIS, Caesar to left. 
Valerianus (2) : $ VICTORIA. AVGG, Victory to left ; Apollo (?) to left, 

leaning on tripod. 
Postumus : > viRTVS. AVG, Mars to right ; the first coin very fine, but 

on small flan 8 

523 PROBUS : Medallion ; IMP. PROBVS. p. F. AVG, Laureate bust to left, in 

armour and with shield and spear ; JJ, MONETA. AVG, The Three 
Monetae standing to left ; very fine and very rare [PI. IX] 1 

524 MIDDLE BRONZE. Augustus : DIVVS. AVGVSTVS ; s. c ; Head to left, 

with radiate diadem ; (in the field behind the neck is set a small 

V//- silver plate with the Modena eagle) ; CONSENSV. SENAT. ET. EQ. 

ORDIN. P. Q. R, Emperor seated to left ; extremely fine [PI. IX] 1 



Fourth Day 46 

525 Augustus (4) : Divvs. AVGVSIVS. PATER, Radiate head to left ; p, PRO- 

VIDENT, s. C, Altar ; S. C in wreath, or S. C and fulmen ; another, 
with bare head to right, and p SEX. NONIVS. QVINCTILIAN, &c., 
around S. C ; two very fine 4 

526 Livia : PIETAS, Veiled head to right; p, DRVSVS. CAESAR. TI. AVGVSTI, 

large s.C. 
Tiberius : TI. CAESAR. DIVI. AVG., &c., Bare head to left ; p, PONTIF, 

&c., POTEST. XXini ; large s. C. 
Drusus Caesar (2) : DRVSVS. CAESAR. TI. AVG., &c., Head to left ; p, 

PONTIF. TRIBVN. POTEST. ITER and large S. C, Or P IMP. T. CAESAR. 

DIVI. VESP. F. AVG, &c., arranged in a double circle around large 
s. c ; the Tiberius very fine ; all uncommon 4 

527 Antonia (2) : ANTONIA AVGVSTA, Bust to right ; p, TI. CLAVDIVS. 

CAESAR, &c., Emperor to left, draped and veiled, holding simpulum; 
s. c. in field ; one unusually fine and well spread [PI. IX] 2 

528 Germanicus : GERMANICUS CAESAR, Germanicus in triumphal quadriga 

to right ; p, siGNis. RECEPT. DEVICTIS. GERM ; s. c ; Germanicus 
standing to left, holding eagle sceptre ; finely paginated and excel- 
lently preserved [PI. IX] 1 

529 Caligula : c. CAESAR. DIVI. AVG. &c., Head to left ; p, VESTA, s. c, 

Vestal seated to left. 

7/ " Claudius (2) : TI. CLAVDIVS. CAESAR, &c., Head to left; p, CONSTANTIAE. 

AVGVSTI ; s. c ; Roma standing to left ; or p LIBERTAS. AVGVSTA ; 
S. C, Libertas to right ; one very fine 3 

530 Nero (3) : p GENIO. AVGVSTI, Youthful figure to left, sacrificing ; p, 
t / /c i MAC. AVG, the Macellum; p, SECVRITAS. AVGVSTI; II; s. C ; all 

fine coins 3 

531 Nero (5): p PACE. p. R. TERR. MARIQ, &c. (or PACE. p. R. VBIQ, &c.), 

Temple of Janus (3) ; MAC. AVG, s. C ; Macellum ; s. C, Victory to 
left carrying shield, with s. p. Q. R ; well preserved 6 

532 Vespasian us : p ROMA, s. c, Roma seated to left. 
Titus : p VICTORIA. AVGVST ; Victory to right. 

Domitianus (2) : p, IOVL CONSERVAT ; s. c, Jupiter to left ; p VIRTVTL 
AVGVSTI, s. c, Roma to right ; the third coin paginated and very 
fine 4 

533 Trajanus (2) : others of Hadrianus, Aelius, Ant. Pius (2), Faustina Sr. 
U and Sep. Severus (2) ; varied types 9 



47 Fourth Day 

534 Hadrianus (2) : DACIA, s. C, Dacia seated to left ; p s. c, Figure of 

the Emperor standing to right, his foot upon a crocodile. 
///_/_ L. Verus : 9= . . . IMP. II. cos. n, Mars Victor to right. 

Julia Domna : $ VENERI. viCTRi, Venus to right (the Modena badge 
sunk in obverse field); all fine and patinated [PI. IX] 4 

535 Sep. Severus (4) : JJ, p. M. TR. P. in, &c., Statue of Minerva to left ; g, 

p. M. TR. P. xvi, &c., Covered bridge (?) connecting two lofty build- 
ings ; boat beneath (2, one much tooled) ; VIRTVS, AVGVSTOR ; 
s. c, Roma Victrix seated to left. 

Caracalla (2) : $ P. M. TR. p. xx, &c., Jupiter seated to left ; $ vic- 
TORIAE. BRITANNICAE, Victory writing on shield ; mostly fine 6 

536 Caracalla: > P. M. TR. P. xvin, &c., ^Esculapius and Telesphoros, facing. 
Sev. Alexander : $ SPES. PVBLICA, s. c., Spes to left. 

Volusianus : , PIETAS. AVGG, Pietas to left, altar iu front ; all very 
fine [PI. IX] 3 

537 Caracalla (2) : others of Geta (3, one of small module and of Gaulish 
//y origin), Elagabalus, Maximus Caesar, Mariniana, Severina (2); some 

rather fine 1 

538 js Gravae. Roma: cast ^E Semis, Triens (doubtful), and As of 

reduced standard ; and others (3) struck. 

< I/1 ~ Tuder : Semis, reduced, TUTERE and sleeping dog; , Lyre. 

Hadria: Sextans; Cock, ; $ HAT, shoe. 
Luceria : Quincunx ; Wheel, L and : : ; Triens ; L, and club ; 

fulmen. 
Central Italy : Triens ; Horse's head and ; mostly uncommon 1 1 

539 A large parcel of about one hundred and fifty Roman large ^E, in poor 

condition ; a few forgeries (including some of JEs Gravae) added ; 

a parcel 

540 A similar parcel of about one hundred and ten middle-sized ^E (includ- 

ing pieces of the Maximian period) and small JE> of varied date ; 
some fine a parcel 

541 A smaller parcel of Greek JE, including some very large pieces of the 

Ptolemies, an Alexandrian coin of Tranquillina, and small pieces 
/*/ of Parthian rulers ; some fine a parcel 

542 Forgeries of Greek coins in silver, and of two Roman Aurei in gold 

(with names of L. FABRiCivs and P. SEMPRONIVS) a parcel 



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ENGLISH GOLD COINS. 

543 Ancient British Staters (2) : one with plain convex obverse, and 

$ Degraded horse type ; wheel below, and varied objects in field ; 
the second with obv. Degraded laureate head type, p, Inverted pile 
of large pellets, four disjointed legs beneath, eye ornament to right 
and varied marks in field. And one silver and two bronze Coins, 
of very similar design to last coin ; found near Weymouth 5 

544 Edward III : Noble ; KIIGLI z FRTCua D F? YB ; Small & in centre 

of and lis over head of lion in second quarter. And Half Noble 
of somewhat later period, reading ftnGL D -^ IB s TTQT; not 



/-. 



very fine 2 

545 Edward III : Noble ; English, Irish and Aquitaine titles ; Half Noble, 
I // */"/- with similar reading ; and Quarter Noble, with lis in centre of J ; 

none fine, the half noble much clipped 3 

546 Edward III : Noble usual types ; QDWTCRD x DI GRS x RQX x TTOGL 

x z FRSna x DOS x Tj IB x z X^QVIT } annulet between Aquit. and Ed- 
ward ; p, i J? a * 7CVT0CD * &c. ; four stops after iBftx ; a in centre ; 
very fine, and a rare variety 1 

/ f 547 Richard II : Noble ; types and titles similar to last coin, but reading 
IT 19 RiaftRD and with R in centre of 9, ; uncommon, but not very fine 1 




548 Henry V : Noble ; ^DGL z FRftna DOS ^ YB ; mullet near King's 

right fore-arm; annulet on ship's side; quatrefoil after ^YB; 
li m.m. pierced cross ; quatrefoil in second quarter ; fine and rather 
rare \ 

549 Henry V : Noble ; similar to last coin ; fine 1 

550 Henry V: Noble; similar to last coin ; the m.m, on apparently plain 

cross patee ; fine and rather rare 1 

551 Henry V : Noble ; similar to preceding coins, but with annulet to right 

and mullet to left of king's right fore-arm, and with large pellet in 
first quarter of p, and quatrefoil in second ; fine and rare 1 



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552 Henry VI : Noble ; annulet issue ; 9, m.m. lis ; annulet near King's 

wrist and in first spandril of reverse ; fine 1 

553 Henry VI : Calais Noble ; ordinary type ; annulet issue ; as preceding 

coin, but with flag at stern of ship ; very fine and rare 1 

x / - 554 Henry VI : Half Noble ; annulet issue ; fine and rare, but crimped 1 

555 Edward IV : Hose Noble ; ordinary types ; sun before (DWTCRD ; jj, 

m. m. rose ; SVT, ILLORV ; fine and somewhat uncommon 1 

//$/- 556 Edward IV : Rose Noble; $> m. m. crown ; unusually well spread 1 

f 557 Edward IV : Rose Noble ; similar to last coin, but smaller and not so 
. _ ) well preserved 1 

[ 558 Edward IV : Rose Noble ; with same mint mark on rev. ; fine 1 

f 559 Edward IV : Rose Noble ; another specimen as last ; fine 1 

*1 \ 560 Edward IV: Rose Noble ; another; fine 1 

>61 Edward IV : Rose Noble ; of similar type to preceding coins, but with 
sun as rev. m. m. ; very fine and uncommon 1 

562 Edward IV : Rose Nobles (2) ; one with rev. m. m. sun (cracked) ; the 

other, with m. m. crown, of coarse (Flemish V) style 2 

563 Edward IV: Rose Nobles (2) ; as in last lot ; the piece with m. m. 

crown much crimped 2 

564 Edward IV : Rose Nobles (2) ; one with rev. m. m. cross fitche'e ; the 
*- second, with m. m. crown, of coarse style ; both fine 2 

565 Edward IV: Angel ; m.m. cinquefoil, SDGL x 2 x FRTna x ; RflDQccp ; 

fine and rather rare 1 

566 Richard III : Angel; m.m. rose and sun ; SDGL- Z FRTTna; RTCDQQDP; 
//- / <- very rare, but clipped 1 

567 Richard III: Angel; m. m. boar's head ; RQDQCOP ; the R to left of 
/ mast of ship sunk in over an a (an altered die of Edward IV or V) ; 

fine, and a very rare variety 1 



50 



FIFTH DAY'S SALE. 



LOT 

568 Henry VII: Angels (2); second type; both with m. m. pheon ; 
/A/- SDGL . s . FRS or KGLIS . s . FRS ; one fine 

l i l l- 569 Henry VII : Angel ; m. m. pheon ; XGLIQ . s . FRTC ; very fine 1 

570 Henry VIII : Sovereign, early type ; m. m. crowned portcullis ; hen- 

1 l"l RIQVS . DQI . GRTCCUTC . Rflx . snGLiet . ax . FRTCDO . DOS . HIB ; king 

enthroned, portcullis below feet ; JJ, ihQsvs . JfVTQCD, &c. ; shield of 

arms in centre of open rose ; rare, but pierced and plugged 1 

Henry VIII : Sovereign; similar to last coin, but with lis as obv. m. m. ; 
and bolt on rev. ; very fine and rare 1 

Henry VIII: Half Sovereign ; late type; m. m. S ; mixed English and 
Roman letters in legends ; the portrait of the king bearded, rose 
beneath feet ; Q beneath point of shield on rev. ; the portrait head 
well struck 1 

573 Henry VIII : Half Sovereigns (2) ; similar to last coin, but not so 

fine ; one with m. m. s ; the other uncertain ; both with beneath 
shield 2 

574 Henry VIII : Half Sovereigns (2) ; same type as preceding coins ; one 

of the Bristol mint, with m. m. w.s (in monogram) and English 
capitals in legends ; the second with m. m. pellet and circle, mixed 
English and Eoman letters, and with annulet on inner border 
near end of legend on each side ; both fine, but carelessly struck 2 

575 Henry VIII: Angels (2); both with m. m. crowned portcullis ; RGL. 

s . FR ; ReDQ* ; or SGL . s . F ; RQD' ; both fine 2 

576 Henry VIII : Angels (2); both with m. m. castle ; 5CGL . s . FRS; R(D'; 

or SGL . 2 . F ; RQD' ; both fine 2 

577 Henry VIII : Angels (2) ; both with m. m. crowned portcullis ; XGL. 

s . FRS ; RQD' ; or TTGL . s . FR . RQDQ' ; the first piece broken at 
side 2 



51 Fifth Day 

578 Henry VIII : Crown and Half Crown ; both with m. m. bolt and with 
I / / crowned initials ^ . i at sides of crowned rose, and crowned shield 

of royal arras ; both uncommon and fine 2 

579 Edward VI : Half Sovereigns (2) ; types as last issue of Henry VIII, 

and bearing his name, but with beardless head on figure of king ; 
one with m. m. bolt, and the other with m. m. martlet, both fine 
but, as usual, carelessly struck 2 

580 Edward VI : Half Sovereign ; as in last lot, but with uncertain m.m. 
.,; (grappling iron over martlet, or vice versa ?) on obv. only ; Roman 

letters with dots between words ; no letter beneath shield ; a rare 
rnriety and fine, but flan has split in striking 1 

581 Edward VI : Half Sovereign ; of similar type, but bearing the king's 

name, EDWARD. 6. &c. ; m. m. E and same letter (reversed) below 
point of shield ; mascle stops on obv., lozenges on rev ; unusually 
well struck and rare 1 

582 Edward VI : Half Sovereign ; second coinage ; m. m. bolt or arrow ; 
L/~/~ crowned bust to right; rosettes between words of rev. legend ; 

somewhat rare and fine 1 

583 Edward VI : Half Sovereign ; similar to last coin ; very fine, but not 

perfectly struck 1 

584 Edward VI: Half Sovereign ; another specimen with same types and 
t//// m. m. ; fine 1 

585 Edward VI : Half Sovereign ; of same period and issue as preceding 

coins, but with bare head to right ; m. m. bolt ; SCVTVM legend on 

obv. ; EDWARD. VI, &c. on rev. ; fine and rare 1 

, v 586 Edward VI : Half Sovereign ; as last coin but not so fine 1 

587 Edward VI : Sovereign : fourth coinage ; m. m. upright tun ; QDWTCRD . vi . 

D. G. SGL. &c. Half-length crowned figure of king in armour to 
right, holding sword and orb; fine and rare 1 

588 Edward VI : Sovereign ; of same types and issue as last coin ; the obv. 

rubbed 1 

589 Edward VI : Half Sovereign ; fourth coinage ; same types as last coin, 

but with m. m.y ; a rare variety, with large bust and large letters ; 
fine and rare, but bent 1 

590 Mary: Rose Sovereign; 1553; cc^Riff . D . G . TCno . FR7C . &c. CCDLIII ; 



/ 

Queen enthroned, portcullis below feet ; p, "X . DDO . rarorv . esr, 
AC. : shield on large rose ; very fine and rare [PI. X] I 

591 Mary: Rose Sovereign ; same type and date as last coin ; also very 
fine and rare 1 

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592 Mary: Angel: CDSRITC. D. G. snc, &c. R6(Gin'; St. Michael; , "X. DDO. 
FSOTV', &c. Ship ; M and rose by sides of mast ; fine and rare 1 



^ y 593 Elizabeth : Rose Sovereign ; m. m. escallop ; types as similar coin of 
Marj-, but reading ELIZABETH, &c. ; very fine and rare ; the head 
of the queen rather faintly struck 1 

594 Elizabeth : Rose Sovereign ; m. m. escallop ; as last coin, but very fine 

and with excellent portrait 1 

595 Elizabeth : Rose Sovereign ; as last coin ; finely preserved, but the edge 

of the flan irregular 1 

596 Elizabeth : Rose Sovereign ; similar to preceding coins, but with 

m.m. tun; very fine and a rarer variety, the portrait somewhat 
faint 1 

598 Elizabeth: Pound Sovereign ; m.m. tun; ELIZABETH . D.G.ANG. &c. 

Crowned bust to left; , SCVTVM.FIDEI. &c. Crowned shield 
between E. R. ; worn and pierced 1 

599 Elizabeth : Pound Sovereign ; m. m. woolpack ; types as last coin ; in 

fair preservation 1 

l/(/~ 600 Elizabeth: Pound Sovereign ; m. m. O (1600) ; as last coins ; fine 1 
<{/-/- 601 Elizabeth : Pound Sovereign ; another specimen with m. m. woolpack ; 

fine and regularly struck 1 

iflf I- 602 Elizabeth : Pound Sovereign ; m. m. woolpack ; well preserved 1 

603 Elizabeth : Pound Sovereign ; m. m. woolpack; a fine and very regularly 

shaped specimen \ 

604 Elizabeth : Pound Sovereign ; m. m. woolpack ; with excellent portrait, 

parts of the obv. badly struck 1 

605 Elizabeth: Pound Sovereign ; m. m. 2. (1602): types as preceding 

coins ; very fine and rare \ 

606 Elizabeth : Hammered Half-Sovereign ; m. m. woolpack or cross cross- 

let ; types as preceding pound pieces ; both fine and rather rare 2 

607 Elizabeth : Hammered Half-Sovereigns (2) ; m. m. cross crosslet ; one 

very fine, but with three marks in flan before the face 2 

60S Elizabeth : Hammered Half-Sovereigns (2) ; m. m. cross crosslet ; one 

very fine 2 

609 Elizabeth : Angels (2) ; m. m. cinquefoil or dagger ; and Half -Angel, 

m. m. hand ; all of usual type"; the first coin fine, the second with 
two large holes, the third well preserved and with rare mint mark 3 

6 1 James I : Rose Sovereign ;m.m. rose (1605); i ACOBVS . D . G . MAG . BRIT. 

&c. ; king enthroned; portcullis at feet; $ A.DNO.FACTVM.EST. 
&c. ; shield with Royal arms on open rose ; very fine and rare 1 



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53 Fifth Day 

611 James I : Rose Sovereign ; m. m. tower (1612) ; types as last coin ;very 
^/(/ - fine and a very rare m. m. 1 

612 James I: Thirty-Shilling Piece ; m.m. lis (1623) ; IACOBVS. D.G. MA. BRI. 

&c. ; king enthroned to front ; feet on portcullis ; the field and 
back of throne richly diapered ; R. A . DNO . FACTVM . EST. &c. ; 
shield with Royal arms on cross flory and in a circle of lis and 
lions ; over top of shield xxx (value) ; extremely fine and very 
rare [PI. X] 1 

613 James I : Spur Ryal; m. m. rose (1605) ; IACOBVS .D.G .MAG . BRIT. 

&c. ; king in ship to left ; rose on ship's side and flag with I at 
prow ; R, A . DNO . FACTV . EST. &c. ; Panel of eight arches, crown 
and lion or lis and ornament in alternate arches ; rose on sun in 
centre; very fine and exceedingly rare [PI. X] 1 

614 James I : Sovereign or Unite (2) ; second coinage ; m. m. lis or escallop 

(1604, 1606) ; IACOBVS .D.G. MAG. BRIT. &c. ; Crowned bust to 
right, in armour and holding orb and sceptre ; , FACIAM . EOS. &c. 
Crowned shield between I . R 2 

615 James I : Sovereigns or Unites (2) ; m. m. rose (l 605) or coronet (1607) ; 

as preceding coins ; the later coin with the blundered reading of 
FACIMA . EOS. on ; both fine 2 

616 James I : Sovereigns or Unites (2) ; m. m. escallop (1606) or tower 

(1612); types as preceding coins ; neither fine 2 

/^/- 617 James I : Sovereigns (2) ; m.m. coronet (1607), or tun (1615) 2 

618 James I : Sovereigns (2) ; m. m. rose (1604), or mullet (1611) ; the 
i/J'/- first fine 2 

619 James I : Sovereigns (2) ; m. m. trefoil (1613), or coronet (over?) ; 
/ * r both worn 2 

620 James I: Sovereign; m. m. cross pate'e (1618); and Laurel or 
// 1' XX Shilling Piece, m. m. lis ; the last fine 2 

621 James I : Laurel; m. m. lis (1604); IACOBVS . D . G . MAG . BRI. &c. ; 
///I//- Laureate bust to left; , FACIAM. EOS. &c. ; Crowned shield of 

arms on cross flory ; very fine 1 

l/ i-l - 622 James I : Laurels (2) ; both with m. m. trefoil (1613) 2 

623 James I : Half-Sovereign (Scotch) ; m. m. thistle head ; HENRICVS . 

& ROSAS, &c. on reverse ; and Half-Laurel ; same reverse legend ; 

the m. m., rose, placed after REGNA on reverse ; both fine 2 

/ 624 James I. : Half-Sovereign; second coinage ; m. m. mullet; Angel; 
m. m. escallop; Quarter Laurel; m.m. lis; the first pieces fine 
and uncommon 3 



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625 Charles I : Three-Pound Piece; Oxford mint, 1642; m.m. plumes 

(obv. only) ; CAROLVS . D . G . MAG . BRIT . FRAN . ET . HI . REX. ; bust 

of King to left, crowned and in armour, holding sword and laurel 
t i / branch ; plumes in field to right ; EXVRGAT . DEVS . DISSIPENTUR . 

INIMICI and, placed on a continuous waved scroll in the centre, 
RELIG . PROT . LEGI . ANG . LIBER . PAR ; in upper field, ill (value) 
and three plumes ; in the lower, date 1642 ; very fine and a very 
rare variety ; the bust small and well within inner border [Pi. X] 1 

626 Charles I : Three-Pound Piece; Oxford mint, 1643; similar to last 

coin, but with larger bust ; MAGN. FR ; $, Declaration legend on 
separate scroll ; LEG . ANG ; fine and very rare 1 

627 Charles I : Three-Pound Piece; Oxford mint, 1643; similar to last 
t f_ f l> coin, but reading FRAN and HIB ; four stops after INIMICI; a 

nicely-rounded and well-spread specimen ; very fine and very rare 1 

628 Charles I : Three-Pound Piece; Oxford mint, 1644 ; similar types to 

preceding coins, but of neater work and of smaller size ; MAG . BRI . 

, -j FRA . ET . HIBER ; $ Legends on single continuous scroll ; five dots 

(:) after INIMICI ; OXON below date ; very fine and very rare 

[PI. X] 1 



629 Charles I: Three-Pound Piece; Oxford mint, 1644; as last coin 

(apparently from the same pair of dies) ; very fine and very rare 1 

630 Charles I : Tower Unite ; m. m. rosette ; bust in armour with ruff arid 
// / chain. And Angel or "Touch Piece " ; m. m. anchor ; CAROLVS . 

D . G . MAG . BR, &c., St. Michael, value (x) in field to right ; 
$ AMOR . POPULI, &c., Three-masted ship sailing to left ; Royal 
arms on mainsail and pennon at masthead ; the last rare; pierced 
(as issued) 2 

63 1 Charles I : Tower Unite; m. m. tower ; as in last lot. Commonwealth : 

Broad; 1654; m.m. sun; THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND; 
Shield with English cross between branches of palm and laurel ; 
$ GOD . WITH . vs . 1654 ; Two shields with English cross and 
Irish harp ; value (xx) above ; 

632 Commonwealth : Broad; as in last lot, but dated 1649. And Crown, 

of similar types, dated 1650 ; the smaller coin fine 2 

633 Commonwealth: Broad; 1651 ; m. m. sun ; types as before ; extremely 

fine and rare [PI. X] 1 

634 Commonwealth : Broad; 1653; m. m. sun ; similar types; very fine 

and rare , 



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635 Cromwell: Broad (pattern), by T. Simon ; 1656; OLIVAR . D . G . R . P . 

ANG . SCO . ET . HTB, &c., PRO, Laureate bust of the Protector to 

D I fi left J PAX QV^ERITVR . BELLO . 1656 ; Crowned shield of arms ; 

private arms of Cromwell on inescutcheon ; brilliant and very rare 

[PI. X] 1 

636 Charles II : Hammered Broad, by Simon ; m. m. crown ; without inner 

borders or value marks ; CAROLVS . II . D . G . MAG . BRIT, &c., 
Laureate bust to left ; FLORENT . CONCORDIA . REGNA ; Royal 
arms on crowned shield ; C. R. at sides ; fine and rare 1 

637 Charles II : Hammered Broad ; by Simon ; m. m. crown ; similar to 
ff//f~ last coin, but with value (xx) in field behind head ; in brilliant 

mint condition and rare 1 

638 Charles II : Five- Guineas; 1675 ; CAROLVS . n . DEI . GRATIA; Laureate 

bust to right, wearing long, flowing wig ; JJ, MAG . BR . FRA . ET . 
HIB . REX, 1675 ; four crowned shields of arms arranged in cross ; 
interlaced monogram in centre and sceptres between ; edge in- 
scribed, " Decus et Tutamen, Anno regni Vicesimo septimo" ; fine 

/ 639 Charles II: Five-Guineas; 1677; similar to last lot; edge reading 
J/ / 7/(' ending VICESIMO NONO ; unusually fine 1 

640 Charles II : Two-Guineas; 1664; similar to preceding coins ; Elephant 

below bust ; edge milled. And Guinea, 1677, of similar design 2 

641 James II: Five-Guineas; 1687 ; of similar design to milled coins of 
fir/,. Charles II ; bust to left, Elephant and castle beneath neck ; TERTIO, 

&c., on edge ; fine 1 

J ames II : Five-Guineas; 1687; as last coin ; very fine and rare 1 



643 James II : Five-Guineas; 1688; as preceding coins ; .... QVARTO on 
edge ; fine 1 

/ d- 644 James II : Guinea ; 1687 ; types as larger coins ; eery fine and rare 1 

/ 645 William and Mary : Five-Guineas ; 1692 ; Jugate busts of King and 
Queen to right ; elephant and castle beneath truncation of neck ; 
9, Royal arms on crowned and garnished shield ; . . . . QVARTO on 
edge ; very fine and rare 1 

646 William and Mary: Five-Guineas; 1694; similar to last coin; 

.... SEXTO on edge ; fine 1 

647 William and Mary: Five-Guineas; 1694; as last coin, but in extra 

fine condition and rare 1 

648 William and Mary : Guinea ; 1 694 ; types as preceding coins, but shield 

on rev. without garnishing ; in mint condition and rare 1 



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// fC 649 William III: Five-Guineas; 1699; types similar to milled coins of 

Charles II ; Elephant and castle below bust ; UNDECIMO on 

edge ; in mint state 

l//i/ 65 William III: Five-Guineas; 1699; as last coin; also in mint con- 
dition 

651 William III: Five-Guineas; 1701; similar to last coin, but with 
fuller wig; no adjunct; DECIMO TERTIO on edge ; very fine 1 

//// /- 652 William III : Five-Guineas ; as last coin and of same date ; very fine 1 

653 William III: Five-Guineas; 1701 ; very fine 

654 William III: Two-Guineas; 1701; similar to larger coins, but with 

milled edge ; fine 

655 William III: Guinea; 1698; in mint state, but with flan mark on 

face ; and Half-Guinea, 1696, with Elephant and castle below bust 

2 

656 Anne : Five-Guineas; 1709 ; Post Union type, Arms of England and 

Scotland dimidiated ; . . . . OCTAVO on edge ; very fine 1 

657 Anne: Five-Guineas; 1711 ; as last coin, but with .... DECIMO on 

edge ; very fine 
)/1/~ 658 Anne: Two-Guineas; 1709; in mint condition and rare 1 

659 Anne: Guinea; 1 7 1 4 ; in mint condition, the flan with slight markings ; 

rare . 1 

660 Anne: Half-Guinea; 1713; in mint condition and rare 1 

//// 661 George I: Five-Guineas; 1726; usual types; .... DECIMO TERTIO 
on edge ; fine and rare 1 

662 George I : Five Guineas ; 1716 ; .... SECVNDO on edge ; an excellent 

striking in brilliant condition ; very rare in this state 1 

663 George II : Five Guineas; 1729 ; " Young " head ; E.i.C. beneath neck ; 

9> Garnished and crowned shield, with Royal arms ; . . . . TERTIO on 
edge ; fine 1 

664 George II : Five Guineas ; 1735 ; as last coin, but with varied date 

and .... NONO on edge ; very fine 1 

665 George II: Five Guineas; 1741 ; as before, but with .... DECIMO 

QVARTO on edge ; in mint condition 1 

<////- 666 George II : Five Guineas; 1746; similar to preceding pieces, but with 
older head on obv., and LIMA beneath neck ; . . . . DECIMO NONO on 
edge 1 

667 George II : Five Guineas ; 1746 ; as last coin, with LIMA below bust 1 

668 George II : Five Guineas; 1746; another specimen ; very fine 1 

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57 Fifth Day 

jln - 669 George II : Five Guineas ; 1648; similar to preceding coins, but field 
below neck plain 1 

*/V - 670 George II : Two Guineas; 1738 ; young head ;fine, but flan marked 1 

>/ x/ . 671 George II : Two Guineas; 1739; young head ; very fine 1 

j_/ /e 672 George II : Two Guineas ; 1739 ; very fine, but with flan blemishes 1 

;zx/ v 673 George II: Two Guineas; 1739 ; with older type of head than pre- 
ceding specimens ; fine 1 

674 George II : Two Guineas; 1739 ; as last coin ; very fine 1 

675 George III : PATTERN CROWN PIECE, by W. Wyon ; 1817 ; GEORGIVS 

in. D. G. BRITANNIARUM. REX; 1817; Laureate draped bust to right; 
beneath neck, w. WYON ; $ INCORRUPTA. FIDES. VERITASQUE ; 
Crowned shield with Royal arms ; a brilliant plain edged pattern, 
of very high rarity 1 

/ ~/ 676 George III: Pattern Two- Pound Piece; 1820, by Pistrucci; GEORGIVS. 
?/'\ 



'<j / ~ 

m. D. G. &c., Laureate head to right ; St. George and the Dragon ; 

in exergue to right, B. P., edge inscribed ; very fine and rare 1 
J /_ 677 George III : Proof Guinea; 1774; ordinary garnished shield type; 
brilliant ; a die fault, beneath the T of first ET 1 

./ / 678 George III : Garnished-shield Guinea, 1771; Spade Guinea, 1794; 
Sovereign (3), 1820; Quarter-Guineas of George I, 1718, and 
George III (2), 1762 ; and Seven-Shillings of George III, 1808 9 
679 George IV: PATTERN FIVE-POUND PIECE, WITH PLAIN REVERSE, by 
Wyon ; 1825; GEORGIVS. IV. DEI. GRATIA; 1825; Head to left; 
& and edge plain ; wt. 751 '5 grs. ; exceedingly rare, possibly unique 
and in brilliant condition 1 

_,/ / 680 George IV : Pattern Five-Pound Piece, 1826, by Wyon ; obv. similar 
to last coin ; BRITANNIARUM. REX. F. D ; Royal arms on shield 
placed upon crowned mantling ; edge inscribed .... ANNO REGNI. 
SEPTIMO ; brilliant and rare 1 

681 George IV : Pattern Five-Pound Piece; 1826 ; as last I 

*//*/- 682 George IV : Two-Pound Pieces (2); 1823; both slightly worn 2 

', 683 George IV : Proof Half Sovereign (or Sixpence) ; 1821; by Pistrucci ; 

Laureate head to left; R, ANNO. 1821, Crowned shield, garnished 
with national flower emblems ; milled edge ; brilliant and very 
rare 1 

684 William IV : PATTERN FIVE-POUND PIECE (from dies for a crown) ; 
W/. by. W. W T YON, 1831; GULIELMUS. mi. D. G. &c., Head to right; K 

ANNO 1831 beneath crowned mantling, with shield of Royal arms 
and the collar and jewel of the Bath ; plain edge ; extremely rare 
and brilliant 1 



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685 William IV : Proof Set, in case as issued, of the coins of 1831 ; gold, 

Two-Pound, Sovereign and Half Sovereign ; silver, Crown, Half 
/ ^/i/6 Crown, Shilling, Sixpence, and Maundy Set ; Copper, Penny, Half- 

penny and Farthing ; a brilliant set 1 

686 Victoria : Proof Set, in case as issued, of the coins of 1839 ; gold, 

Five-Pound, Sovereign and Half Sovereign ; silver, Crown, Half 
Crown, Shilling, Sixpence, Fourpence, and Maundy Set ; bronze, 
Penny, Halfpenny and Farthing ; a brilliant set 1 

686* Victoria: Pattern Five-Pound Piece, by W. Wyon, 1839; VICTORIA. 
D. G. &c., Diademed head to left ; & DIRIGE. DEVS. GRESSUS. MEOS, 
&c., The Queen, as Una, guiding the British lion ; inscribed edge ; 
brilliant and rare 1 

j/-( - 686** Victoria : Pattern Five-Pound Piece, 1839 ; as last 1 

687 SCOTCH GOLD. Mary: Forty -four -Shilling Piece ; 1553; MARIA. 

DEI GRA. R. SCOTORVM ; Crowned shield between I. G ; JJ, DILIG1TE 
IVSTICIAM, 1553; Crowned monogram between two cinquefoils. 
And a Tiventy-two-Shilling Piece, with similar types and of same 
date ; both very fine 2 

688 James VI: TWENTY-POUND PIECE, 1575; IACOBVS. 6 DEI. GRATIA. 

REX. SCOTOR (rose) ; Three-quarter bust of the young king to 
right, crowned and in armour, holding sword and branch ; beneath, 
panel with inscription, IN. VTRVNQVE. PARATVS. 1575 ; $ PARCERE. 
SVBIECTIS. & DEBELLARE. SVPERBOS ; Crowned shield with Royal 
Scottish arms ; very fine, exceedingly rare, and especially so of this 
date [PI. X] 1 

689 James VI: Sword and Sceptre Piece, 1601; and Half -Sword and 

Sceptre, of same date ; 2 

690 Charles I : Unite ; m. m. thistle head ; irregularly struck, but muck 
) / finer than usually found \ 

691 Charles I : Unite, by Briot ; m. m. thistle head and small B ; CAROLVS. 
1 /it/ D. G. MAG. BRITAN. FRAN. ET. HIB. REX, Crowned bust to right, in 

armour, holding sceptre and orb ; HIS. PR^SVM. VT. PROSIM, 
Crowned shield between crowned c and R ; a very fine example of 
this beautiful coin -i 

l/tfl- 692 Charles I = Unite, by Briot ; as last coin 1 

?//.//- 693 Char] es I : Unite, by Briot ; another ; in brilliant condition 1 



59 Fifth Day 

694 ANGLO-GALLIC. Edward the Black Prince : Pavilion, struck at La 

Rochelle ; QD . PO . GIT . RQG. SNGL . POPS . SQVIT, Figure of the 
Prince standing beneath a Gothic arch ; at either side of the figure, 
two feathers ; beneath the feet, two lions ; p, DOS . SIVTO . t . pxetaro 
&c. Quatrefoil panel with cross capped by acorns and oak leaves ; 
in angles, lis and lions ; in centre rosette ; at end of rev. legend R 
(Rochelle) ; very fine and rare 1 

695 Edward the Black Prince : Pavilion, struck at Bordeaux ; similar 
'//"" types to last coin, the legends varied ; Q in centre of rev. and B 

(Bordeaux) at end of legend ; very fine and rare 1 



ENGLISH SILVER COINS. 

696 Alfred the Great : Penny; EL-FR-ED-REX ; small cross ; g, BIORN-RED. 
Eadred : Penny ; EADRED REX, small cross ; FREDI Ls MOT ; 

rosette at top and bottom, three crosses between. 
Eadgar : Penny ; ESDGSR . REX ; small cross ; & F^RD-ENINO ; three 
pellets above and below ; three crosses between ; all fine 3 

697 ^Ethelred II : Pennies (5) ; > type, small cross, BRUNTATOMLINC 

(Lincoln) ; the others with rev. type Divine hand between and , 
/ / LEOFRIC MO CAET (Canterbury), FARDENG MO LNDCO (Lincoln), 

.(ETHERED MO LUNDO (London) and BYRNMAER MO WINT ( WlU- 

chester) ; all fine 5 

698 Harold I : Penny ; rev. type, long voided cross with lis in angles and 
'/'l ~ rosette in centre ; EDRIL : ONI : DEO (Thetford) ; fine and rare 1 

699 Edweard III (The Confessor): Pennies (9) ; Hkns. 219 (4), of the 

Lincoln (2), London and Thetford mints ; Hkns. 22 (2), Colchester 
and Steyning ; Hkns. 225, Thetford ; Hkns. 227, Hastings ; Hkns. 
228, Winchester ; all good, some very fine 9 

700 Harold II : Penny ; with sceptre ; blundered reading of HALORD for 

Harold ; OZPOLD ON LEPEEI (Lewes}. William I : Penny ; Pax 
type ; Dover mint ; both fine 2 

701 Pennies of the Short Cross and Long Cross Types (4) ; others of 

Edward I to III (9), Henry VIII and Alexander III of Scotland. 
Groats (6) of Henry VI, Edward IV, Henry VII and Henry VIII, 
and Half Groat of Henry VIII, some fine 22 



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702 Henry VII : Profile Groat ; m. m. pheon 

Henry VIII : Groats with second profile head (2), others, of base JR, 
/ty ' of Bristol and Canterbury ; base Half Groat of Dublin ; fine JR 

Iriph Groat and a clipped piece. 

Edward VI : Base JR, Testoons (2), and fine silver Shilling ; some 
fine 12 

//,. 703 Edward VI : Crown, 1551 ; m.m.Y; large letters in legends; rather 
worn 1 

/{ - 704 Edward VI: Crown, 1551; similar to last 1 

705 Mary : Groat. Philip and Mary : base metal Testoon and Groats (4). 

//' Elizabeth: Hammered Shillings (3), Sixpences (4), and Twopence; 

Irish Groats (2). And a fine milled Shilling and a Sixpence 18 

//<;/- 706 Elizabeth: Crown, 1601; usual types; rather fine and rare 1 

/// / 707 Elizabeth : Crown, as preceding coin and of same year; not so fine 1 
////- 708 Elizabeth : Crown, 1601 ; as before 1 

////- 709 Elizabeth : Crown, 1601 ; another 1 

'//?/- 71 Elizabeth : Grown, 1601 ; another, similar but in much finer state 1 
711 Elizabeth : Portcullis Crown, 1 600 ; ELIZABETH D . G . ANG . FR . ET . 

HIB . REGINA, Crowned shield between crowned E and R ; , POSVI. 

DEVM. ADIVTOREM.MEVM. Crowned portcullis ; fine and very rare 1 



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SIXTH DAY'S SALE. 



LOT 

712 James I : Crown, first Coinage ; m. m. thistle head ; IACOBVS . D . G . 

ANG . SCO &c. King on horseback to right ; $ EXVRGAT . DEVS, &c. 
Crowned shield ; very rare 1 

713 James I : Half Grown; m.m. thistle head; QVAE . DEVS &c. ; 

plumes over shield, very fine ; Shillings (5), Sixpences and Half 
Groats (2, one broken) ; the first coin very fine and rather rare 9 






7 14 Charles I : Oxford Pound or XX Shilling Piece ; 1642 ; m. m. plumes; 

CAROLVS.D.G.MAGNl, &c. ; King on horseback to left ; cannon and 
arms below; plumes in field; >: EXVRGAT . DEVS, &c. ; in 
centre RELIG PROT LEG . ANG . LIBER . PAR . ; three plumes and 
values above, date (1642) below ; a fine specimen and very rare 1 

715 Charles I : Shrewsbury X Shilling Piece, 1642 ; types as last coin ; 

MAG . BRI . LEG . ANGL ; nine pellets as obv. m. m. and four on rev. ; 
no ground shown beneath horse ; of fine work and style but rather 
worn 1 

716 Charles I : Shrewsbury X Shilling Piece, 1642 ; same types but not 

of such good style : pikes, drum and cannon balls on ground 
beneath horse ; MAG . BRIT LEG . ANG . &c. very fine and rare 1 

717 Charles I : Shrewsbury X Shilling Piece, 1642 ; similar types; plain 

line below horse ; MAG . BRIT . LEG . ANG . LIBERT . PAR ; a very 
rare variety ; not well struck 1 

718 Charles I : Tower Crown; m. m. lis ; ornamental trappings on horse 

with plumes on head and crupper ; garnished shield on cross flory 
on rev. ; very fine and rare 1 

719 Charles I : Tower Crown ; m. m. lis ; horse with trappings and plume 

on head only ; garnished oval shield on rev. ; plumes and C. R. 
above ; rather worn 1 

- 720 Charles I : Tower Crown ; m. m. sun, in fair condition 1 



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Sixth Day 62 

721 Charles I : Tower Crown ; m. m. horizontal anchor, rare and well pre- 

served 1 

722 Charles I : Briofs Scotch Crown ; m. m. anchor and small B ; fine and 

rare 1 

( j , 723 Charles I : Briofs Scotch Crown; similar to last coin but in very fine 
condition 1 

724 Charles I : Tower Half Crown ; m.m. A in circle ; another, of the 
///" York mint, with m. m. lion, EBOR below horse, squat oval shield, 

crowned and placed between crowned C and R, the first fine and the 
second piece very fine and rare 2 

725 Charles I : York Half Crown ; similar to last coin but from varied 
i/y / dies. And a Scotch Half Crown with m. in. thistle-head ; both 

rare, the first piece very fine 2 

726 Charles I : Scotch Half Crowns (3), two by Falconer, withr beneath 

raised hind foot of horse ; one with pellets beside orb on crown, 
the other with mullets ; the third without F and with crowns by 
sides of orb on crown ; all good coins, one very fine 3 

727 Charles I : Shillings (6), Sixpences (2), and Penny ; varied mint marks. 
/j/- And Scotch Shillings, and a Forty-Penny Piece by Briot and 

Falconer ; several fine 1 2 

728 Charles I: Newark Siege Pieces (3); Half Crown, 1646, Shilling, 
*/~/'~ 1645, and Ninepence, 1646 ; all fine and rare 3 

729 Ormonde Siege Monies : Crown, Half Crown, Shilling, Sixpences (2), 

Groat, and Half Groat ; a very good lot 7 

730 Commonwealth: Crown, 1656; ordinary types; rare in this fine 
Lj'f/- state 1 

731 Commonwealth: Crown, 1653; H a If Crown, 1653, and Shilling, 
//,,/- 1652 3 

732 Commonwealth : Crown, 1 653, Half Crown (false], Shilling, Sixpence, 

1652, Pennies (2). And a hammered Groat of Charles II with 
value and inner borders 

733 Oliver Cromwell : Crown, 1658 ; by T. Simon ; OLIVAR. D.G.R.P. ANG. 
7 i /b & c., Laureate draped bust to right ; % PAX. QVAERITVR. BELLO, 

1658 ; Crowned shield of arms; a very fine example but slightly 
discoloured , 

734 Oliver Cromwell : Crown, 1658 ; as last ; in very fine condition 1 
Oliver Cromwell : Crown, 1658 ; as before ; also very fine \ 

//{,/- 736 Oliver Cromwell : Crown, as before ; also very fine \ 

737 Oliver Cromwell : Crown, as before, not so fine \ 

u/V- 738 Oliver Cromwell : Crown and Shilling, both of 1658; rather worn 2 



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739 Oliver Cromwell : Half Crown ; similar in type to preceding crowns 
y///~ but dated 1656; very fine and very rare 1 

740 Oliver Cromwell : Half Crown ; as last coin but dated 1658 ; very fine 
7/f/~ an d rare 1 

, , 741 Oliver Cromwell : Half Crown; as last coin (1658); also very fine 1 

742 Charles II: Crown, 1677; Half Crowns (3), 1670, 1677, 1679, Shil- 

ling, 1663, and Sixpence, 1681. And Scotch Sixty-Shilling Piece 
and Merk, and a Pattern Farthing, in .51, dated 1665 ; 10 

743 James II: Crown, 1687; Half Crown, 1688; Shilling, 1685. And 
Id/ Scotch Forty and Ten-Shilling Pieces; all fine or very fine 5 

744 William and Mary: Crown, 1692; Half Crowns (2), 1689, 1693; 

Shilling and Sixpence, 1693. And a Scotch Forty-Shilling Piece, 
1691 ; all fine or very fine 6 

745 AVilliam III : Crowns (2), 1695 and 1700 ; Half Crowns, 1696, 1698, 
t//4"/- 1701 ; Shillings, 1697, 1699; Sixpences, 1690, 1697. And Scotch 

Fbrfyand Five Shilling Pieces ; dated 1695 and 1697 respectively ; 
mostly very fine 1 1 

746 Anne: Crown, 1707, roses and plumes; Half Crown, 1708, plumes, 

1 7 1 4, roses and plumes ; Shilling, 1708, plumes; Sixpence, 1707, 
plain ; the larger coins all fine, the sixpence poor 5 

747 Anne: Crown, 1707, and Half Crown, 1713, both with roses and 
I rf__ plumes; Shilling, 1709, plain; Sixpence, 1705, plumes; the first 

three fine, the sixpence slightly worn 4 

748 Anne : Crowns, VIGO 1703, 1708 plumes ; Half Crowns, 1707, 1708 ; 
! I ^ j Shillings, 1703, 1711 (2), all plain, 1712, roses and plumes; Six- 
pences, 1703, VFGO, 1708 (2) and 1711, all plain ; mostly fine 12 

749 George I -..Crown (2), 1716, roses and plumes; 1723 with s.s.c. ; the 
f / t t/~ last very fine 2 

750 George I: Crown, 1723 with s.s.c.; Half Crown, 1720, roses and 
//7/_ plumes; Shillings (2) and Sixpence, 1723 with s.s.c.; Shillings, 

1717, roses and plumes ; the crown and three, others very fine 6 

751 George II: Young head ; Crown, Half Crown, Shillings (2), and Six- 
'*/~ pences (2) ; varied dates and field symbols ; some fine 6 

752 George II : Young head; Crown, 1741 ; Shillings, 1736 and 1741 ; 
.9 / Sixpence, 1732. And "old head" Crown, 1750; three, inclusive 

of the last coin, very fine 5 

753 George II : Old head ; LIMA Crown, Half Crown of 1746 and Shilling 
/^/ of 1745; Shillings of 1743 and 1758; Sixpences of 1745 and 

1758; mostly fine 1 



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754 George II: Old head ; Crown, 1743; Half Crown, 1743; Shillings, 
/Jf- 1750 and 1758 ; Sixpences, 1757 and 1758 ; mostly fine 6 

755 George III : Crowns (4), 1818 (2), 1819, 1820 ; Half Crowns, 1817, 

1818 ; Shillings, 1763 ("Northumberland," rare), 1787 (2), 1816 (2) 
and 1820 ; Sixpences, 1787, 1816, 1817, 1820 ; some in mint state 16 

756 George IV: Crowns of 1821 (2) and Pattern Crown of 1826 ; all 

brilliant; other Crowns of 1821 (2) ; Half Crowns of 1820 (2), 

V/-/- 1821, and 1823 (2); Shillings of 1821, 1824, 1825 and 1826; 

Sixpences, 1821, 1825, 1828 and 1829. William IV: Half Crown 

and Shilling, 1836 ; many as issued 19 

757 Victoria : " Gothic " Crowns (2), in brilliant condition : other Crowns 

(3) of 1844, 1845 and 1887; Half Crowns of 1840 and 1846; 
Florins of 1849, 1852 and 1874 ; Shilling of 1838 ; all, with one 
exception, in mint state 

758 Maundy Monies : A large lot comprising many complete sets from 

Charles II to Victoria ; mostly in excellent condition 323 

759 Bank Tokens, &c. George III : Proof Bank of Ireland Token, 1804, 

for 6 Shillings ; Proof Set of Indian Rupee, \ and \ Rupee and 
Two Annas for 1862. Countermarked Spanish Dollar of 1792; 
Bank Dollars of 1804(2), 18-Pence, 1812, 10-Pence, 1805, 5-Pence, 
1805. Hanoverian 16-Groschen, George IV, 1820, and a base .51 
of William IV, 1835 ; the first pieces in mint condition and rare 13 

760 Silver Proof-Tokens : Isaac Swainson ; , " HYGEIA PREPARING VEL- 

NOS VEGETABLE SYRUP," Female figure and furnace. John Wil- 
kinson (2) ; & FINE SILVER, 1788, Ship sailing to left ; or 1793, 
Man at forge ; all rare ; the first and last brilliant 3 

761 SCOTCH COINS. Mary : Testoons (2) ; MARIA. DEI. G. SCOTOR. REGINA, 

Crowned shield between M. R.; JJ, IN. VIRTVTE, &c:, 1557 (or 1558), 



t/7/f 



Cross potent with plain cross in each angle ; both fine 



'/I, 



762 Mary and Francis : Testoon, 1560; FRAN. ET. MA. D. G. &c., Crowned 

shield between small plain and saltire cross ; p, VICIT. LEO. &c., 
Crowned monogram between crowned lis and crowned thistle. 
And "Lion" or "Hardhead," 1559; obv. Monogram, rev. Rampant 
Lion ; both fine and uncommon 2 

763 Mary and Henry: Half Ryal, 1565; MARIA. &. HENRIC. &c., 

Crowned shields, thistle head on each side ; JJ, EXVRGAT. DEVS, 
&c., Crowned palm tree, motto, and date ; very fine and rare 1 
/// /- 764 Mary and Henry : Ryal, 1566 ; of similar types to last coin, very fine 1 
765 Mary: Ryal, 1567; similar to preceding coins, but reading MARIA. 
DEI. GRA, &c. ; counterstamped on reverse, fine 1 



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FOREIGN COINS. 

766 GOLD. France : Philippe le Bel ; Gros Royale phiLippvs. D0i. 

3/,, /_ &c., Panel of eight arches with seated figure of king; xpa. VINCUT. 

&c., Cross in quatrefoil panel ; very fine 1 

767 Charles V : Franc-a-Pied ; King beneath gothic arch ; p, Ornamental 
/ / / cross in quatrefoil panel. Louis XII : Ecu, Crowned shield, star 

above ; Cross fleur-de-lise'e ; both fine 2 



-/- 768 Louis XV: DouWe Louis d'Or, 1754 ; wt. 238 grs., very fine 1 

- 769 Louis XV: Louis d'Or, 1726. Louis XVIII : 20 Francs, 1817 2 



./ 770 Poland : Johan Casimir ; Double Ducat, 1659; $ MO. NV. AVRK, &c., 
Crowned shield of arms; of very degraded style, and mounted as 
pendant ; total wt. 127 grs. 1 

771 Brabant : Charles V, One-and-a-Half Ducats, or Real; KAROLVS. D. G. 

ROM, &c. ; JJ, DA M1CHI. VIRTVT, &c., Shield with numerous quarter- 
ings ; wt. 82 grs., very fine 1 

772 Hungary: Ducat, with T\ and three cinquefoils in field beside St. 
/ fl Ladislaus. And Ducat of Albert of Brandenburg ; obv. St. John, 

rev. Four shields in cross ; wt. 105 grs.; both fine 2 

773 Flanders : Philip of Burgundy, Noble, of English type ; and a Hose 

Noble struck at Campen, both fine 2 

774 Burgundy, &c. : Albert and Elizabeth, Albertin, or Triple Ducat, 
/nf- King and Queen seated ; Arms ; wt. 170 grs., very fine 1 

, , , 775 Naples and Sicily : Alfonso d'Aragon, Scudi (2) ; obv. Panel of arms, 
rev. King on horseback to right ; wt. 1 60 grs., both veiy fine 2 

//*-/ 776 Naples and Sicily : Scudi (2), as last lot, very fine 2 

J//i/* 777 Naples and Sicily : Scudi, two others, very fine 2 

1//J/1 778 Naples and Sicily : Scudi, two others, very fine 2 

779 Genoa: Kepublic, 1711, large N coin of 24 Ducats (?) ; obv. Virgin 
and Child and angels ; rev. DVX. ET. GVBERNATORES, &c., Orna- 
mental cross and four cherubim; wt. 1290 grs., very fine and 
rare 1 

< /j/6 780 Sardinia: Vitt, Amadeo, 1786 ; 10 Scudi; wt. 352 grs., very fine 1 

781 Sardinia : Vitt. Amadeo, 1786 ; Four, Two (2) and One Scudi Pieces ; 
wt. 315 grs., all fine 4 



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782 Sardinia: Carlo Felice, 80 Lire, 1827, very fine 1 

783 Florence : Fiorina d'Oro, ^ . Q in field of obv. 
'"/' Parma: Maria Luigia, 20 Lire, 1815 

Koma : Benedetto XIV, | Scudo ; s. d. 

Italy: Napoleon I, 40 Lire, 1808; wt. 365 grs., all fine 4 

///<//- 784 Portugal : Joao V, large A 7 20000 Reis, 1725; wt. 830 grs., very fine 1 
///d/- 785 Portugal: Another, similar, but dated 1726 1 

786 Portugal: Joao VI, Meio, 1822; wt. 220 grs., very fine 1 



////- 787 Portugal: Pieces of 4000 Reis, 1714, and 400 Reis, 1771; wt. 
113 grs., very fine 2 

788 Russia : Elizabeth, 10 Rubles, 1755, % Ruble, 1756. Catherine II, 

Two .Sw&fe?, 1766, 72M&/0, 1779, Jfo^, 1777 ; wt. 350grs. 5 

789 Spain : Ferdinand and Elizabeth, Double Ducats (2), varied adjuncts; 

w. 210 0TS., both fine 2 

f I l$l - 790 Spain : Ferdinand and Elizabeth, Double Ducat, of coarse work, with 
TJf . and . S . in field of obv. And Two Scudi Piece of Carlos III, 
1781; wt. 2Wgrs.; both fine 2 

)//ff- 791 Spain : Fernando VI, 1751, Eight Scudi; wt. 407 grs., fine 1 

792 Spain : Carlos III, Eight Scudi, 177 '2 ; <Mtf. 416 grs. 1 

^A/ 793 Spain : Carlos III, Eight Scudi, 1774; wt. 416 grs. 1 

V//7- 794 Arab Dinhars (5), of thin wide-spread fabric ; wt. 355 grs. 5 

////- 795 Arab Dinhars (5), similar ; w. 352 0T.9. 5 

796 India: J/o^r of Jehangir, Mogul of Delhi ; obv. The Emperor seated 

and holding wine cup ; rev. inscription in Persian characters, 

sun in centre ; wt. 164 grs. 1 

d /tf. 797 India: Zodiacal Mohrs of Jehangir, with figures of humped bull 
(Taurus) or lion (Leo) ; wt. 336 grs., both fine 2 

<y// / 798 India : Jehangir ; Zodiacal Rupees Aries and Pisces ; wt. 335 grs. 
both fine 2 

799 India : Zodiacal Rupees, of uncertain date, with figure of Sagittarius or 

Libra (scales) ; wt. 336 grs. both fine 2 

800 India : Others (2), similar Gemini and Cancer ; wt. 340 grs. 2 
7t/ 801 India : Others (2), similar Virgo and Pisces ; wt. 337 grs. 2 

,//,//_ 802 India : Others (2), similar Capricornus and Gemini ; wt. 335 grs. 2 

803 India : Mysore ; Tippoo Sultaun ; Mohr, Half and Quarter Mohr ; wt. 
37 grs. ; all very fine 3 



67 Sixth Day 

it/ / 804 India : Mysore ; Tippoo Sultaun . Mln; FfalfMohr,a.nd Quarter Mohrs 
(2) ; ivt. 423 grs. ; all very fine 3 

805 India : Star Mohr, Half Mohr, and Quarter Mohr, with name of Shah 
2 y/^/- Alem ; wt. 333 grs. ; all very fine 3 

806 India : Pagodas and varied small N (some base} ; a Turkish A^" coin 

and a large oval Japanese medallion included ; wt. 453 grs. 

807 India : Madras ; Two-Pagoda pieces (2) ; p, TWO PAGODAS on a garter 

border encircling a pagoda and stars ; and Pagoda of similar type ; 
wt. 228 grs. ; all in mint state 3 

808 India : Two-Pagoda piece and Pagodas (2), as in last lot ; wt. 183 grs. ; 

all in mint state 3 

FOREIGN SILVER COINS. 

809 India : Silver Half (2) and Quarter Pagodas (3), and smaller coins of 

five (2), two (3), and one (2)fanams; all of corresponding types 
to gold coins in last lot ; mostly in mint state 

/ 810 India : Zodiacal Rupees of Jehangir (7) ; other pieces of Tippoo, Shah 
Alem; &c. 12 

i_A/- 8H India : A similar lot of Zodiacal and other Rupees, &c. 12 

812 France : Belgium ; Ecus (2) ; Five-Franc pieces (10), of various dates 

from Louis XIV ; Two-Franc pieces (2) 14 

813 Germany: Maximilian I; Double Thaler, 1509; Emperor on horse- 

back ; PLVRIVM<I. . EVROPE, &c. ; Imperial arms in centre of two 
rings of shields of arms. Ferdinand I and Maximilian II : Schau- 
thaler(1), 1541 ; FERDINANDVS . D. G. &c. ;. King on horseback to 
left ; MAXIMILIANVS . II. &c., Imperial arms on double eagle ; 
the first piece gilt ; the second spoiled by burnishing ; both uncom- 
mon 2 

814 Germany : Double Thaler (gilt) of August of Brunswick, 1655 ; 

Thaler of Saxe-Weimar, 1608, with four busts on each side ; 
Thaler of Emp. Leopold, 1690 ; 24-Groschen of Anthony of Bruns- 
wick, 1709 ; 12-Groschen of Era. August of Brunswick, 1694 ; and 
a square religious medal, with Christ rising from the Tomb ; all 
mounted as pendants 6 

815 Germany : Saxony Thalers (4) ; Frederick the Wise, JJ, two busts; 

Johan Philip (2), obv. four busts, $ arms, 1615, or obv. one bust, 
three busts, 1624 ; Johan Ernst, obv. and & four busts, 1615 ; 
all fine 4 



Sixth Day 68 

816 Germany, &c. : Augsburg Thaler of Ferdinand III, 1640 ; Commemo- 

rative Thaler of Max Josef of Bavaria, 1818 ; Frankfurt Gedenk- 
thakr, 1863 ; Thalers (2) of Fred. Wilhelm III and IV of Prussia, 
1831 and 1859. Holland : Daalder and Half-Daalder of Albert 
and Elizabeth, 1618, 1619 ; and Daalder of the States of Holland, 
1680 9 

817 Italy, &c. : Sicily; Mezzo-ducati of the Emp. Charles V (2) and of 

Philip II of Spain (2), the latter with title of REX . ANG. ; all as 
issued ; and a Testoon of Henry de Lorraine ; struck at Nancy ; 
the last pierced ; all uncommon 5 

818 Italy : Genoa ; Large JR (Triple Scudof) of the Dogi Biennali, 1694 

and 1715; another, thinner, of 1666, gilt, and mounted as a pen- 
dant 3 
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819 Italy: JR Scudi of Innocent XI, Innocent XII and Clement XI; 

Giulio of Alexander VIII ; Tallari of Aless. Farnese, Duke of 
// / Piacenza, 1591, and Cosimo III of Tuscany, 1711 ; and Mezzo- 

scudo of the Piedmontese Republic, " ANNO, vn " ; the three last- 
named fine and uncommon 8 

820 Italy : Large ^31 of the Repub. of Lucca (2), 1744 and 1754 ; Fran. 

Loredano, Doge of Venice ; Charles II of Spain (for Sicily), 1689 ; 
Joseph Napoleon (Sicily), 1808 and 1810 ; Maria Luigia of Parma, 
1815 (2) ; Carlo Alberto of Sardinia, 1848 9 

821 Russia, &c. : Roubles (3) of Anna, 1733, and Catherine II, 1762 and 

1764. Roumania: 5 Lire of Charles I, 1884. Portugal: 400 
Reis of Pedro II, 1706. Spain : 8 Reales, 1734,- and a Spanish- 
American piece of 2 Reales 7 

822 Denmark : Thaler of Christian IV, 1628. Sweden : Thaler of 

Charles XII, 1718. Basle: Double Thaler, with BASILEA over 
view of city; and proof ^Shillings of President Kruger, 1892; 
all uncommon A 

823 A parcel of Continental ^l currency of various denominations, 15^ ozs. 

a parcel 

824 A small parcel of English and Foreign copper and bronze currency ; of 

varied dates; some fine a parcel 



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ENGLISH MEDALS. 

GOLD. 

825 Elizabeth : Large GOLD MEDAL; oval, 57 by 52 mm., with loop 

at top ; COMMEMORATING THE DEFEAT OF THE ARMADA, IN 
1588, AND PROBABLY INTENDED AS A NAVAL B.EWARD OR FOR 
THE FAVOURITES OF THE QUEEN. [PI. Xl] 

Obverse : DITIOR . IN . TOTO . NON . ALTER . CIRCVLVS . ORBE. (Us before 
" ditior " and small rosette stop after each word) : Bust of Queen, 
facing, crowned and wearing richly jewelled and embroidered dress 
with wide, lace-edged ruff open at the front and showing the bust. 
The crown has four arches and a circlet ornamented with lis and 
patee crosses; the hair is short and curly, a jewel with pearl pen- 
dant hangs in the centre ; around the neck is a triple necklet, the 
centre chain ornamented with pearl drops. The sleeves are puffed 
and banded at the shoulders and have large bows on the top ; the 
stomacher appears to be shield-shaped, with embroideryand jewelled 
ornaments arranged in V-shaped bands ; the hands are shown 
at the truncation of the bust, the right holds a long, lis-headed 
sceptre, the left supports a jewelled orb. The field is decorated 
with a running scroll of flowers, engraved en pointille. 

Reverse : A Bay-tree, growing on an island placed in the centre of a 
tempestuous sea, remaining erect and uninjured though assailed 
by wind and lightning. On the island, various buildings and the 
inscription NON . IPSA . PERICVLA . TANGVNT ; in the sea, fish and a 
sinking ship (?) struck by the lightning ; in the distance, three 
ships sailing to left ; above, clouds, &c. The whole design is en- 
circled by a wreath border. Medallic Illustrations, vol. 7, page 
154, No. 130. 

Of this extremely rare and highly interesting medal only three ex- 
amples are known ; one of these is preserved -in the National Col- 
lection at the British Museum ; another is in that of Reginald 
Huth, Esqr. ; the third the one above described teas purchased 
by the late owner, some years ago. All are from the same model 
and by the same hand ; they were probably the icork of a Con- 
tini-ntal (Dutch 1) goldsmith. The process of production casting, 
and subsequent heavy chasing accounts fvr the minor differences 
to be found in the three specimens by a close comparison. 

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826 Charles I : Coronation in Edinburgh, 1633 ; by Briot ; obv. CAROLVS. 

D. G. SCOTIA, &c., Crowned bust to left with royal robe and falling 
lace collar; $ KING. NOSTR,E. CREVERE. ROS.E ; CORON. 13. IVNII. 
1633. B; Thistle ; wt. 161 grs. ; very fine and rare I 

827 Oliver Cromwell : Dutch Medal on his Death, 1658 ; OLIVAR. D. G. R. 

p. ANG, &c., Laureate bust to left ; $ NON. DEFITIENT. OLIVA, &c. ; 
Olive tree ; at foot, shepherd and sheep ; wt. 249 grs. ; brilliant and 
rare 

828 George I : Coronation, 1714 ; GEORGius. D. G. MAG. BR., &c., Laureate 

bust to right, in armour and draped ; INAVGVRAT., &c., Britannia 
crowning seated figure of king ; wt. 360 grs. ; very fine and rare 1 

829 George III : Coronation, 1761 ; GEORGIUS. ill. D. G. M. BRI., &c., Bust 

to right ; PATRIAE. QVANTI, &c., Britannia crowning king ; wt. 
357 grs. ; brilliant 1 

830 George III: Coronation, 1761 ; another specimen, as last, but not so 

?/,'/' fim l 

831 George III: Collegiate Medal, byPingo; REGNANTE. GEORGIO. TER- 

TIO., &c., Bust of George III to right ; $ GVL. ET. MAR. TRADVNT. 
BLARO. CHART. COL ; ANNO REGNi. QVARTO, William, seated, and 
Mary, standing, presenting charter to kneeling chancellor ; wt. 
650 grs. ; very fine and rare \ 

832 George III : Cambridge University ; Chancellor's Medal, by Kirk ; 

GEORGES, in. Pivs, &c., Laureate draped bust to right ; p, AVSP. 
/ i Iff/- CELS. PRINC. GUL. FRED., &c. ; Apollo Citharoedus crowning stu- 

dent ; on edge, recipient's name Fredk. Field, Trin. Coll. ; wt. 
3 ozs. 4 dwts. ; brilliant and rare 1 

833 George IV: Coronation, 1821; by Pistrucci ; GEORGIUS. nil., &c., 

Laureate head to left ; p, PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PROPRIO, &c., 

$ I Victory crowning king ; in front, the Three Kingdoms ; wt. about 

1 oz. ; brilliant 1 

^//jf- 8 ^ ^ eor 8 e IV ' Coronation, 1821 ; another specimen 1 

//,,/_ 835 George IV: Coronation, 1821 ; another 1 

y i 836 William IV & Adelaide : Coronation, 1831 ; Bust of king to right ; 

Bust of queen to left ; wt. about 420 grs. ; brilliant 1 

83 ^ ^ Vil h' am IV and Queen Adelaide : Coronation, 1831 ; by Wyon ; 
another specimen, as last lot 1 

838 Victoria: Coronation, 1838; by Pistrucci; ERIMUS TiBi NOBILE 
REGNUM, &c., The Three Kingdoms presenting crown to queen, 
seated to left ; wt. about 1 oz. ; brilliant 1 



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839 Victoria: International Fisheries Exhibition, 1883; by L. C. Wyon 
f ft /~ and Pinches ; wt. about I oz. Ibdwts. ; brilliant and rare 1 

840 ENGLISH SILVER^MEDALS. Elizabeth : Silver Plaque, engraved by 

Simon de Passe ; Bust of the queen, three-quarter face towards 
right, wearing crown, ruff and richly embroidered and jewelled 
V (f/~ / ' dress ; on the outer edge at top, artist's signature, "Si : Paf :fe." - r 

Royal arms, in Garter and supported by lion and dragon ; above, 
crown and motto ; below, tablet with inscription, QVI . LEO DE - 
IVDA EST., &c. (Med. III. vol. /, 183/187) ; in excellent preserva- 
tion and extremely rare 1 

841 Elizabeth : Assistance to Dutch Protestants, 1587 ; DEO- OPT - MAX 

&c., Queen enthroned, El. of Leicester to left and Provinces around ; 
9> QUEM. DEVS., (fee. the word "Jehovah" overthrowing the Papal 
hierarchy ; very fine and rare. And an electrotype copy of the 
same medal 2 

842 James I : Alliance of Holland with England and France, 1609 ; two 

varied Medals ; one with obv. A DOMINO FACTVM EST, &c. three 
^//C / shields united by cords held in Divine hand ; the other with CON- 

TRA VIM &c., and crowned emblems of the three States ; both 
very fine 2 

843 James I : small gilt JR Medal on the Peace with Spain, 1604 ; HINC. 

PAX. COPIA, &c., Peace with palm and cornucopia, facing Religion 
L/ / / with torch and cross. Dutch Jetton on the failure of the " Gun- 

powder "Plot, 1605. Coronation Medalettes (2), with ECCE. 
PHAOS, &c., Lion with beacon. And a Counter of John Stuart, 
El. of Traquair and Treasurer of Scotland, c. 1630; all fine, the 
first rare as a contemporaneous example 5 

844 Charles I : Medalettes (6) ; Coronation, 1626 (2), $ DONEC. PAX., &c., 

Head and arm with sword ; Scotch Coronation, 1633, $, HINC. 
NOSTR^E, &c., Thistle ; Demand for increase of Naval power, 

7 /__ / 

1628, REGIT. VNVS, &c., Sceptre and trident ; Scottish rebellion 
extinguished, 1639, obv. King on horseback, QVOS. DEVS., Rose 
and thistle united by cord ; and an engraved Counter with busts 
of the king and of James I ; all fine 6 

845 Charles I : Medalettes (2) ; Installation of Prince Charles as Prince of 

Wales, JJ, ILLVST. CAROLVS., &c., Prince on horseback; plumes in 
field; and Scottish Coronation, 1633, as in last lot but struck on 
thick blank ; both very fine, the first rare 2 

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846 Charles I : Assertion of Naval Dominancy in British waters, 1630, 

by Norbert Briot ; Bust to right ; JJ, NEC. META. Mini., &c., Ship 

..,/ /- sailing to right; a very fine and contemporaneous example 

[PI. XI] 1 

847 Charles I and Henrietta Maria : Koyalist Badge (gilt), with crowned 

bust to right on obv., and bust of queen and artist's name, T. RAW- 

/ /j"/- LINS. F, on p,; wreath border with loop and ring; a very good 

specimen 1 

848 Charles I : Large cast and chased Dutch Medal on his death, 1649 ; 

, NECANT. SPERNVNT. BLASFEMANT, &c., in three borders around 
V / " / "" Gorgon's head. Another, struck at Middleburg in Holland, to 

commemorate the defeat of the Spanish fleet by the Dutch off 
Dover, 1639; Naval engagement; , long inscription; both very 
good examples 2 

849 Charles I : Marriage of the Princess Mary of England, 1641 ; by J. 
if/I,/- Blum; obv. " Albionum genuit Rex me summusque" &c.; The 

Princess and Prince William of Orange joining hands ; very fine 1 

850 Charles I : Marriage of the Princess Mary and William Prince of 
i, /- Orange, 1641 ; by Dadler ; design similar to last medal, but 

with inscriptions in Roman capitals ; very fine 1 

851 Charles I : Entry of the Princess Mary into the Hague, 1642 ; by S. 
J ( L/- Dadler; $ QUO. TE. MARS. ET. AMOR, &c. ; Prince William re- 
ceiving and conducting the Princess into the gardens of the Hague ; 
fleet in the distance ; very fine \ 



73 



SEVENTH DAY'S SALE. 



LOT 

852 Oliver Cromwell : Battle of Dunbar, 1650, by T. Simon ; "THE LORD 

OF HOSTS," &c., Bust of Cromwell to left, battle scene in back- 
ground ; 9, The Members of Parliament in session, the Speaker in 
the chair, a member declaiming, and an usher with a rod standing 
at the entrance. And a striking from the obv. die of the smaller 
medal for the same event ; both very fine and rare 1 

853 The Earl of Essex: 1644, * RRR. PPP. FIDISSIMVS. 1644, Three- 

quarter face bust of the Parliamentary General ; 9, MAG. PROTEC. 

P//2.// & c -5 i' 1 centre, large sx (Essex) and G-L (General) on the tablet 

beneath; a well preserved and contemporary specimen [PI. XI] 1 

854 General Fairfax: Small oval -51 Badge, 1645; THO. FAIRFAX. &c., 

Bust to left ; 9, POST. HAG. &c., MERUISTI. John Lilborne : M 
Medalette on his acquittal, 1649 ; 9, Names of the jurymen. Gen. 
/ v Ireton : ^E Badge in silver ring ; QVID. TiBi. &c., Bust to left; i; 

IVSTITIA. NECESSITAS, &c., Soldier scaling rocks and firing a house, 
battle in distance ; all uncommon, but not fine ; the last rare, but 
broken and repaired 3 

855 Charles II : Return of the King, 1660, by J. Roettier ; CAROLVS. II, 

&c., Bust of the King to right, branches of olive at each side ; 9, 
Si DEVS. EST. CVSTOS, &c., Ship approaching Dover, on the shore 
the three kingdoms offering crowns ; a very fine and very rare 
medal 1 

856 Charles II: Medalettes, by Simon, on the Coronation, 1661 ; 9, 

EVERSO. Missvs. &c., King enthroned to left, and crowned by flying 
i / Victory. Scottish Coronation at Scone. 1651, cast JR Medalettes 

(2) ; obv. CAROLVS. &c., "cor. I.ja. Scon," Crowned bust to right; 
rev. NEMO. ME. &c., Scotch lion crowned and holding thistle ; all 
very good specimens 4 



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857 Archbishop Laud : Medal, by Roettier, commemorating his execution 

in 1644 ; SANCTI. CAROLI. PR^CVRSOR, Cherubs flying upwards 
and carrying mitre and crown. 

Charles II: Naval Success off Lowestoft, 1665; $ PRO. TAL1BVS. 
AVSIS, Charles watching naval engagement; both very fine 2 

858 Catherine of Braganza, (Queen of Charles II): Marriage, 1662, by 

Roettier; JJ, PIETATE. INSIGNIS, Figure of St. Catherine. Charles II 
and Catherine : Colonial Expansion recorded, 1670; p> DIFFVSVS. 
IN. ORBE. BRITANNVS, 1670, Globe showing four continents, both 
very fine 2 

859 Charles II and Catherine: Marriage Medal, 1662, by Bower; CARO- 

LVS. ii. ET. CATHARINA, &c., Bust of the King and Queen, facing 
each other; JJ, QVANTVM. SAT. ERIT. &c., Fame, blowing trumpet; 
pierced, but very fine and rare 1 



860 Charles II and Catherine: Marriage, 1662; CAROLVS. n, &c., Laureate 

head to right; JJ, GATHER. D. G. &c., Bust of Queen to right. 
Charles II : Peace of Breda, 1667 ; obv. CAROLVS. SECVNDVS, &c., 
/// /"" Laureate head to right; rev. FAVENTE. DEO, Britannia seated to 

left ; to left, ships on sea ; both very fine, and in original cases of 
stamped leather 2 

861 Charles II: Peace of Breda, 1667, as in last lot. Negotiations for 

Commercial Treaty with Spanish Flanders, 1666 ; , REDEANT. 
COMMERCIA. FLANDRIS, Statue of King, ships in background. And 
JR Medals on the Election of the King of Sweden (1671), and 
Elector of Saxony (1678), as Knights of the Garter; the second 
piece bruised; the others fine 4 

862 Charles II: M Medals (3) on the Restoration, 1660, NULLUM. 

NUMEN. ABEST, Figures of Gods and Commerce ; Marriage, 1662, 

Ilk I ' the "Golden Medal" of Roettier; and Peace of Breda, as in last 

lot 3 

863 Thomas, Earl of Southampton : by T. Simon, 1664 ; obv. Bust of the 

Lord Treasurer to left ; rev. THOMAS. COMES. &c. ; field on each 

f / I/ 4 side carefully stippled ; an old casting, but without signature of 

artist [PI. XI] j 

864 Admiral de Ruyter : Indecisive Naval Action in the Downs, 1666, by 

C. Adolf szoon; Bust of the Admiral, three-quarter faced to left; 
PUGNANDO, Naval action ; very fine \ 



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865 James II: Coronation, 1685; & A. MILITARI. &c. Hand with crown, 

military wreath beneath. 

/// /- Medalette with bust of the king, and $ MARIA. D. G. &c. Bust of queen. 

Sir Edmundsbury Godfrey: Murder, 1678 (2); $t TANTUM. REILIGIO. 

PORTU1T. Pope absolving murderer ; or fy GODFREY. WALKS. UPHIL. 

&c. Figure of murdered magistrate walking to left ; all very fine 4 

865A James II : Coronation, as in last lot ; another with bust of the Queen ; 

9, o. DEA. CERTE ; Venus to right. Execution of Argyll and Mon- 

/////- mouth: by It. Arondeaux, 1685; $ AMBITIO. MALESUADA. RUIT ; 

Justice and decapitated bodies of the two rebels ; the last uncommon 3 

866 James II : Execution of the Dukes of Monmouth and Argyle, 1685 ; 

by R. Arondeaux ; as in last lot ; extremely fine and rare in this 
state 1 



867 Wm. Sancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury : Imprisonment of the Sevea 

Bishops, 1688; by G. Bower; p, Busts of the Bishops, arranged 
/ / in separate circles. And another Medal on the same event ; cast 

and chased JSi; THE. GATES. OF. HELL. &c. Jesuit and Monk 
attempting to disturb the foundations of the Holy English Church; 
both very fine 2 

868 William and Mary: Coronation, 1689; R, NE TOTUS &c. Fall of 

Phaeton ; another, cast, R. IDOLOLATRIA. SERViTVTE. &c. King and 
Queen crowned by Archbishops. And a larger Medal on the 
Pacification of Ireland, 1691 ; > PARCERE. SUBIECTIS, &c. Lion 
and lioness subjugating the monster of Rebellion ; the last rare 3 

869 William and Mary : Coronation, as in last lot ; another, cast, on the 

landing at Torbay, 1688 ; another, also cast, the obv. from a medal 

2, L i / on the Toleration Act of 1689, the rev. from a marriage medal by 

0. H. Miiller. And a rare Medal of James II, with rev. FORTES. 

RADII, &c. Sun in glory ; the last very fine and rare 4 

870 William and Mary: Coronation, 1689; by R. Arondeaux; AUREA. 

POMA. &c. Busts of the king, to right, and queen, to left ; wreaths 

//, / fa around, crown, &c. above, the Bible and other emblems below ; 

MELIOREM. LAPSA. LOCAViT ; Uprooted oak (James II) and 

flourishing orange tree (William and Mary) ; very fine and rare 1 

871 William and Mary: Large M Medal; long inscription, GVLIELMVS. 

D. G REX. F.D. P. P. P. F. A. Bust to right with long wig and 

wearing armour and cloak ; fc MARIA. D. G. ANGLOR FIDEL 

DEFENSATRIX. p.F.A ; Bust of queen to left, draped with royal 
robes ; hair braided and rolled up at back of head ; (Med. III. I, 
688, 73) ; fine, and a rare medal 1 



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872 William III : Reception of the King at the Hague on his visit to 

Holland, 1691 ; M. R. GVLIELMO. ill, &c. on a long piece of drapery ; 
above, branches of laurel encircling three triumphal arches ; p, 
/ 1 U Orange tree on pedestal ; above, medallion with bust of king ; at 

sides, views of the landing of the king and of the Procession ; on 
the pedestal, park of fireworks. Another Medal : Peace of Rys- 
wick, 1697 ; C^SA. FIRMABANT, Closing of the Temple of Janus ; 
p, Palace and gardens of Ryswick and Arms of the States repre- 
sented at the Congress ; the first rare ; both very fine 

873 William III: Attacks on the English Throne repelled ; 1691 (?) ; by 

D. Koene ; WILHELMVS. in. D. G. &c. Bust of king to right ; be- 

. j neath, shield of arms and laurel branches ; p, CAUSA. DEI. EST ; 

$1 fj Four warriors standing around an orange tree and repelling attacks 

by sea and land. Battle of the Boyne, and flight of James II, 

1690; p ET. VULNERA, &c., William and his staff crossing the 

Boyne ; both very fine and rare 

874 William III : Battle of Aghrim, 1691 ; p, sic. UNO. FERIT, &c. ; 

RESELL. ET. GALLI, &c. ; Lion trampling the Jacobite wolf and 
despoiling the French coek of his tail. Another : Death of the 
/ / King, 1702; p, INVICTA. VIRTVTE RESURGET, &c ; Eagle flying 

forth from the Temple of Janus ; both very fine and rare 

875 Anne : JR, Medalettes (6) on the Accession, Proclamation, Coronation, 
IQl - Battle of Blenheim, Peace of Utrecht, &c. 6 

876 Anne : Small JR Medals (6) ; Accession, 1702 ; "Entirely English " ; 

Capture of Vigo, 1702 ; Batt. of Blenheim, 1704 ; Capture of Sar- 
dinia and Minorca, 1708 ; Peace of Utrecht, 1713 ; all fine 6 

877 Anne: Battle of Taisnieres, 1709; Spanish defeats, 1710. Smaller 
/ / Medals of the Duke of Marlborough for the Battle of Blenheim, 

1704, and defeats of the French in Flanders, 1706 ; all fine 4 

878 Anne: Defeat of the French fleet and Capture of Gibraltar, 1704, 

p MARIS. IMPERIVM, Neptune and Britannia ; " Queen Anne's 
Bounty," established 1704 ; p Queen and kneeling clergy; Capture 
of Lille, 1709; INSULA. FLANDR. GALLIS. &c., and inscription to 
Prince Eugene ; p SPES. HOSTIUM. &c., and inscription to Duke 
of Marlborough ; all fine, the first and last rare 3 

879 George I : Small Coronation Medal, 1714 ; others (2) of George II and 

Queen Caroline ; " Jernigan's Cistern " Medal (2) ; William, Duke 
of Cumberland ; p, IVSTITIA. TRIVMPHANS, 1745 ; British lion over- 
throwing Jacobite wolf ; Captain Cook : Royal Society's Medal, by 
Pingo, all fine 7 






77 Seventh Day 

880 George I: Coronation Medal, 1714 ; others of George II and Queen 
2 A /- Caroline ; " Jernigan's Qistern " Medal ; Escape of Princess Clemen- 
tina from Innsbruck, 1719 (2, one cast), all very fine 6 

881 Princess Clementina, wife of the " Old Pretender " : Escape from Inns- 

bruck, 1719. Prince James Stuart and Princess Clementina: 
Birth of Prince Charles Stuart, 1720 ; p, PROVIDENTIA. OBSTETRIX, 
&c. ; the first extremely fine 2 

882 Prince James Stuart and Princess Clementina : Birth of Prince 

Charles, 1720 ; $ SPES. BRITANNIAE, &c. William, Duke of Cum- 
berland : Battle of Culloden, 1746, by Yeo; Hercules and 
Britannia ; both uncommon 2 

883 George III : Proclamation, 1760 ; Coronation Medal, 1761, and others 
, (2) of his queen, Charlotte ; Preserved from Assassination, 1800 ; 

and JR Medal of the Royal Academy, awarded to George Presbury 
in 1825 ; all fine, the last in original case 6 

884 George III : Large JR Medal commemorating the raising of the Siege 

of Gibraltar by the French and Spanish Fleets, 1783; extremely 
V/t 7 1 (0 fine and rare in this state ; in original sharks-skin case 1 

885 Coronation Medals : George IV, William IV and Queen Adelaide, and 

Queen Victoria (2). Others on the Opening of Waterloo Bridge, 

} /- /- Wellington (2, one from Mudie's series), and William Pitt the 

Younger; all fine 8 

886 War Medals: Waterloo, 1815, and Crimean Campaign; the latter 

with four clasps, both have recipient's name erased. And two 
large JR Medals presented, by resolution of the United States 
, / /- Congress, to the crews of three boats (English, French and Spanish) 
for rescue of the U.S. brig Somers, when wrecked off Vera Cruz in 
Dec. 1846, one with loop is said to be the piece presented to Com- 
mander Tarleton, R.N. ; the second piece in original presentation 
case 4 

887 JR Medal of Sir John Vanbrugh, by Benj. Wyon ; others of the Royal 

Dublin Society ; Trinity College, Dublin ; Industrial Exhibition, 
London, 1866; and the Royal Academy; the last presented to 
Alfred Gilbert in 1874 ; all fine and in cases 5 



Seventh Day 78 



FOREIGN MEDALS. 

IN GOLD AND SILVER. 

FRANCE. Charles VII : Copy in JR of a large Medal (gold) commemo- 
rating the expulsion of the English from France, 1451. Henry IV : 
JR Medal, 1602; Altar with pillars supporting crown; EX. 
ARGENTO. FRANCIGENA, &c., on front of altar. Henry IV and 
Marie de Medici : gilt JR ; 1603 ; PROPAGO. IMPERII ; the second 
piece fine and of contemporary make 

889 Card. Mazarin : Gilt hollow JR Medallion, by van Abeele ; 1660; 

IVLIVS s*. ROM. ECL., &c., Bust of the Cardinal, facing towards 
right ; , QVI. POSVIT. FINES, &c., Temple of Janus, the doors 
closed, very fine and rare 1 

890 Louis XIV: Large JR Medal; s. d. ; SVB. CLYPEO. FERRO. ET. 

AVRO ; Cornucopia and sword on shield ; beneath, Prudence placing 
/ //^- palm and sceptre on anvil. And oblong Plaque, by Roty, for Inter- 

national Exhibition of 1900 ; both very fine, the second in case 2 

891 Louis XVI : JR Medals (3) ; " Assemblee Provinciale de la Generalite 

d'Orle'ans," 1787, and on his execution (2, varied). Marie Antoi- 
nette : JR, byKuchler ; Execution, 1793. Napoleon : JR ; "Sejour 
a 1'Ile d'Elbe, 1814-1815. And a small gilt Medal of Denon, by 
Galle 6 

892 Napoleon : GOLD MEDAL, by Webb and Brenet (from Mudie's series) ; 

surrender to Commander of H.M.S. Bellerophon ; 1815; wt. 
2 1 ozs. ; brilliant and very rare in gold 1 

893 GERMANY, &c. Charles V : Gilt JR Medal, by Hans Reinhard, 1537; 

CAROLVS . v . DEI . GRATIA, &c., Bust to right, holding sceptre and 
orb ; $ Shield of arms on Imperial Eagle ; PLVS . VLTRA beside 
two columns, &c. ; an old casting ; the chasing somewhat coarse 1 

894 Charles V : Another example, in silver ; a plain border around outer 
//, edge ; a fine chased casting [PI. XII] 1 



79 iith Day 

895 John Frederick, Elector of Saxony : JR, Medal, by Hans Reinhard, 
/*f, 1535; IOANNS . FRIDERICVS, &c., Three-quarter bust facing to 

right ; sword and hat in hand ; $ SPES . MKA . IN . DEO, &c., Shield 
of arms and crest ; a fine contemporary specimen 1 

896 Religious Medal, by Hans Reinhardt, 1538 ; Moses and the Burning 
2 / / Bush ; The Magi bringing offerings to the Infant Christ ; an old- 
casting of secondary quality 1 

897 Nuremburg : Gilt JR Medal, cast and chased; Erection of Rath-haus, 

1619; View of building; Arms of Burgomasters, &c. ; a very 
fine old casting 1 

898 Marriage Medal : JR, probably by a goldsmith of Prague ; circa 1575 ; 

lunoiccus . opxTCTfts, &c., Busts of royal bride and bridegroom ; 
/ u/ ~~ 

SIQUT . SOL, &c., in centre wreath with UXOR . OSSTS, &c. And 

two Religious Medals, in gilt JR, Bust of Christ, Paschal Lamb, 
or obv. The Magi and Infant Christ, $ Inscription ; all old castings, 
but not very fine 3 

899 Caspar Uttenhovius, of Nurnberg, 1613 : Oval JR Medal ; CASPARVS . 

VTTENHOVIVS, &c., Bust, three-quarter face towards right; JJ, 
/f? B. Virgin, Christ and Magi ; arms beneath ; inscription around. 

Gustavus Adolphus, of Sweden ; 1632; GVST . ADOLPH, &c., Bust 
in strap-work border ; fy STANS . ACIE . PVGNANS, &c. ; crowned 
sword and branches of laurel and palm ; the first an imperfect 
casting ; the second gilt and with loop and ring 2 

900 Marriage Medal : Gold; style of S. Dadler ; 17th cent. ; DIE . LIEBES . 

HANOT ; Bride and bridegroom embracing ; $ WIE . MAN . SIHET, 
&c., Two turtle doves on branch ; ivt. 336 grs. ; brilliant 1 

901 Marriage Medals (2) : Gilt JR ; 17th cent. ; QUOS . DEUS . CONIVNXIT, 

&c., Bride and bridegroom, Christ at back ; monogram of artist 
/ / / (H. R. or H. B.) in lower exergue ; $ FORTUNA . VOLUBILIS . ERRAT, 

Fortuna, &c. Another, of larger size, by Ant. Meybusch; 1687 
and 1696 ; obv. Adam and Eve ; $ The Marriage Feast in Cana ; 
both very fine 

902 Martin Luther : JR Medal ; IVBIL . LVTH . SECVNDA, Palm-tree, 

name of Jehovah in triangle above. The Brothers de Witt : on 
/// their Assassination, 1672; "Twee Witten, eensgezint" &c. 

Aug. William, of Brunswick ; VIAM . TENDIT, &c., Horse galloping 
to left. Another, with busts of Fred. I, Fred. Wm. I, Fred. II, 
Fred. Wm. II and III of Prussia; dated 1801 ; MIT . NEUEM . 
GLANZ, &c. Prince Fred. Henry, of Orange : JR, cast and chased ; 
Capture of Utrecht, 1632 ; all fine 5 



Seventh Day 80 

903 The Brothers de Witt : JR Medal ; JJ, VNA . MENTE, &c., Double ship- 

wreck. A wooden Case with seven JR Medals referring to the 
marriage of Prince William of Orange with Anne, daughter of 
George II of England, 1734. Octagonal Medal of Maria Christina 
and Charles of Austria, for Brabant, 1 791. Portrait Plaque of the 
Duke of Alva (cast and chased). JR Electrotypes of Medallions of 
Mar. Ant. Memmo, Doge of Venice and Maria Maddalena of Tus- 
cany. Repousse Plaque, oval, with bust of man holding a piece of 
money and with inscription TGEHOOR. beneath ; all in silver 7 

904 ITALY. Pope Innocent XI : N Medal ; wt. 258 grs. ; TV . DOMINVS . 
7/L/- ET . MAG, &c., Christ washing his disciples' feet; very fine 1 

905 JR Medals of Pope Adrian VI, Clement VII, Gregory XVI, Inno- 

cent XII, Pius VII, Pius IX, and Sixtus IV ; the first two restrikes ; 
II the last cast 7 

906 Pius V: Gilt M ; Victory of Lepanto, 157i ; Innocent X, $= VATICANIS, 

&c., Interior view of church ; Urban VIII, $, AEDE . S . BIBIANAE, 
&c., Facade of building; Alexander VIII, JJ, View of his tomb; 
the first interesting ; all fine 4 

907 POLAND: Stanislaus II Augustus, 1764-95 : GOLD: obv. STANISLAUS. 

AVGVSTVS. &c., Diademed head to right ; rev. ME/RENTI/BVS. in the 
centre of three concentric wreaths of oak, laurel and palm ; wt. 
over 2 1 ozs. ; brilliant and rare 1 

908 Sigismund III, of Poland, 1659 : $ View of Dantzic; John III and 

Maria ; Coronation, 1677. Another of Catherine II of Russia ; 
Shield and map beside column, 1791. And six copies in JR of 
Imperial Roman large JE Coins 9 



BRONZE MEDALS. 
ITALIAN MEDALS OF THE XV AND XVI CENTURIES. 

909 Large cast M Medals of Filippo Maria Visconti, $ Knight on horse- 

back and attendants ; and Leonello d'Este ; , Cupid and lion ; all 
by Pisanello. Another with figure of the Byzantine emperor Con- 
stantinus (306-337) ; Draped and semi-nude female figures sitting 
beside a well ; all late castings ; none contemporaneous 4 

910 lohn Paleologus : by Pisanello ; lead, 93 mm. diam. ; obverse only; 

legend, in Greek letters, around bust of the emperor, to right, 
wearing cloak and curious hat or crown. Leonello d'Este : JS ; 



81 Seventh Day 

LOT 910 continued. 

65 mm. diam. ; LEONELT.vs. MARCHIO. ESTENSis, Bust to right ; 
OPVS. riSANJ. PICTORIS, Three conjoined masks, side by side. 
Vittorio Feltri : gilt JE ; 64 mm. diam. ; & MATHEMATICVS, &c., 
Pelican in piety ; all by Pisanello ; old castings in poor condition ; 
the second piece chisel-marked on both sides 3 

911 Sigismondo Pandolfo di Malatesta : & Medal, by Matteo di Pasti ; 
81 mm. diam. ; siGiSMONDVS. PANDVLFVS, &c., Bust to left; 9, 
M.CCCC.XLVI ; Female figure, crowned and holding broken column, 
seated upon two elephants ; an old but imperfect casting 1 



y/// 



912 Sigismondo Pand. di Malatesta : JE Medal ; by Matt, di Pasti ; 80 mm. 
diam. ; obr. similar to last medal but with varied legend ; rev. 
CASTELLVM. SISMVNDVM. &c., Castle of Rimini ; an old casting ; a 
very fair specimen, but oxidized 1 



913 Sigismondo Pand. di Malatesta : JE Medal, by Matt, di Pasti ; diam. 

79 mm. ; similar to last, an old casting and in good condition 1 

914 Isotta Atti, wife of Sig. Pand. di Malatesta : JE Medal, by Matt, di 

Pasti; diam. 83 mm. ; D. ISOTTAE. ARIMINENSE, Bust to right, the 
hair curiously arranged and falling at the back ; ft, M.CCCC.XLVI, 
Elephant to right ; an old but poor casting 1 

915 Isotta Atti : another specimen, as last ; an old casting but not fine 1 

916 Sig. Pand. di Malatesta : Small JE Medal ; diam. 40 mm.; ft, Church 
/ /// at Rimini. Isotta Atti : JE ; diam. 42 mm. ; ELEGIAE, Book. 

And two late castings of large Medals of the same personages ; the 
smaller pieces very fine and contemporaneous castings 4 

917 Large JE. Medallions of Giovanni Bentivoglio, by Sperandio (2) ; 

Galeazzo Mariscotti, by Antonio Mariscotti ; the Sultan Mahomet, 
by Costanzo ; Nonina Strozzi, by Nice. Fiorentino; and Ercole 
Duke of Ferrara, 1505, all late and poor castings 6 

918 Others of Borso d'Este ; Savonarola; Filippo Maserano; Mar. Mant. 

Benavides ; Pasq. and Joanna Malipieri ; Pietro Bono Avigario ; 

^ jf / * 

Philip II of Spain ; and Alfonso d'Aragona of Naples ; all late 
castings, the last possibly a poor and faulty original 8 

919 Smaller^ Medals of Francesco Foscari, P. Innocent II, Gianfran. Gon- 

zaga, Jacopo Corrigia, Federigo Gonzaga, Gracia Nasi, Andrea 
Doria, Lelio Bonsi, Jacopo Medici, Ercole IV of Ferrara, Beatrix 
Rangoni, Cornelio Bentivoglio, and four others 16 



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Seventh Day 82 

920 Cardinal Pietro Barbo : M, 33 mm. diam. ; $ HAS. AEDES. CONDID1T. 

&c., Shield of arms. Geronimo Prioli of Venice ; JE, diam. 41 mm.; 
I.P. AN. VIII, &c., in five lines. Antonio Molo : by Spinelli ; 
JE ; diam. 40 mm. ; $ CONCORDIA PATRUM, 1538 ; Two Senators. 
Giovanni Cornaro : gilt JE, 1709; the first and third pieces very 
fine old castings 

921 Baltasar Castilioni : JE, diam. 35 mm. ; TENEBRARVM ET LVCIS. 

Carlo Emanuele, of Savoy; JE, diam. 40 mm. ; OPORTVNE, Cen- 
taur. Prince Federigo Cesi ; JE, diam. 35 mm. ; > INSTITVTIS. 
LYNCEIS, Lynx in crowned wreath. Alessandro Pico : ^, diam. 
38 mm. ; ETERNIT. MONAST. &c., 1606, Church and obelisk. 
Andrea Doria : JE, diam. 42 mm. ; , Galley to right. And obverse 
of a small Medal with bust of Giuliano de Medici; in wreath bor- 
der ; all fair castings 5 



922 Giov. della Valetta : JE, diam. 51 mm. ; $ VNVS. x. MILLIA., David 

and Goliath. Henri de Rohan : JE, diam. 44 mm. ; > ET. ADHVC. 
SPES, &c., Withered tree trunks with one vigorous off-shoot. 
- /- Luciano Ricci : M, diam. 42 mm. ; , VIRTVS. SVPER. &c., Sun in 

glory. Cosimo di Medici, second Grand Duke : ^E, diam. 43 mm.; 
p RES. MILITARIS. &c., Emperor and officers in classical dress ; the 
first pieces in fair condition, the last very fine 4 

923 Sofonisba Angussola, of Cremona, circa 1575: JE, diam. 69 mm.; 

SOPHONISBA. ANGVSSOLA. AMILCARIS. FIL ; Bust to left ; \\Qrev. ; 

an old casting and in good preservation [PI. XII] 1 

924 Giovanni di Medici, " delle Bande Nere" : JE, diam. 61 mm. ; IOAN- 

NES. MEDICES DVX. &C., Bust to left ; , PROPVGNATORI. ITALIAE, 

Giovanni and an attendant on horseback to right ; a very fine and 
genuinely old casting [PI. XII] 1 

925 Pope Clement VII: J3, attributed to Bernardi ; diam. 35 mm.; $ 

EGO. SUM. IOSEPH, &c., Joseph and his brethren. Pope Leo X : 
M, diam. 42 mm. ; Quadriga. Cardinal Franc. Alidossi : gilt 
JE, diam. 60 mm. ; attributed to Francia ; others in J& of Duke 
Alessandro de' Medici ; Francesco de' Medici and his wife Joanna ; 
Christiana, Grand Duchess of Tuscany ; Archbp. Alfonso Paleotti, 
1605 ; only the first and second fine 7 

926 & Medals of Pope Paul V, Cardinal Pros. Santacroce, Card. Ales- 

sandro Farnese, and Prince Alois de Montalto. Others, tyVeber, 
of Pope Clement VII and Biancha Cappella ; four fine 6 



83 Seventh Da;/ 

927 Pope Alessandro VII : Large oval Medal ; gilt M ; 83 mm. %67 mm.: 

Shield of arms and crown. Another, circular ; JE, diam. 75 mm.; 
St. Peters and the Vatican. Large J Medal, with busts of 
three Jesuits Gab. de Malagrida, Giov. de Maias, and Giov. Ales- 
sandro. And a large Medallic Plaque in J> with highly chased 
bust of Giulio Romano 4 

928 GERMAN MEDALS, &c. Sigismund II of Poland : yE (by Mosc/ia), 

diam. 65 mm. ; PARCERE SVBIECTIS, &c., Lion to left. Ferdinand 
Archduke of Austria : J, diam. 54 mm. (p plain). Albrecht 
</ Diirer : JE, diam. 39 mm. ; , BE. MA. OBDORMOVIT., &c. And two 

Medals in lead (uniface), one with bearded head of man in fur- 
collared coat and cap, the second with bust of Edward, son of the 
Infanta Isabella of Portugal ; of doubtful age, not fine 5 

929 Charles V : Jjt SALVS. PVBLICA. Charles V and Ferdinand : $ CAP- 

T1VITAS. IOANIS. FRIDERICI, &C. Rudolph II : $ SALVTI. PVBLIO*. 
And others of Jerome Baumgartner, 1553, Hans Konnert, 1557, 
and Jacob Ginutivs, 1532 ; all doubtful castings 6 

930 FRANCE. Louis XII and Anne of Brittany : Large gilt ^E Medallion, 

made by order of the Council of Lyons, 1499 ; obv. FELICE. LVDO- 
vico. REGNANTE. &c., Bust of the King to right ; LVGDVN. RE- 
PVBLICA. GAVDETE. BIS. ANNA. &c., Bust of the Queen to left ; an 
old casting of fair quality 1 

931 Louis XII and Anne of Brittany : Another specimen, ^E, an old 
'_ /- casting, but of smallei' size than last 1 

932 Charles the Bold, of Burgundy : Ram between two strike-lights. 

Henry IV : $ PACE TERRA MARIQUE. PARTA, Peace sacrificing. 

j A /_ Louis XIII and Anne: A large Medal, by G. Dupre, 1630; all 

gilt M, the last fine 3 

933 Bronze Medals of Henry II and Louis XIII of France. Others of 
/ Anne de Montmorency and Fran. Bassompierre ; and a large ^E 

Medallic Plaque of Louis XIV, the last fine 5 

934 Large & Medallion, by Dupre, 1615, of Francesco IIII, Duke of 

Mantua and Monteferrato, unusually fine and nicely patinated 1 

935 Henry IV and Marie de Medici : Large JE Medallions (2), one with 

busts of the King and Queen ; the second with PROPAGO JMPERII, 
Cupid standing between the King (as Mars) and the Queen 
(as Minerva) ; both by G. Dupre, the second very fine 2 



Seventh Day 84 

936 Maurice, Prince of Orange : Large JE Medallion, signed A R (in mono- 
gram), MAVRITII. DEI. GRATIA. PRINCIPI. AVRAIC^, &C., Three- 
quarter-faced bust of the Prince ; and an oval Medal in M, dated 
1615, with similar bust on obv., and rev. shield of arms within 
crowned garter ; the first very fine 



937 Various cast or struck Medals in J&, including one of Admiral 
Cornelius Evertsen (gilt) on the defeat of the English Fleet in 
1666 12 



'laf- 

938 MODERN ENGLISH MEDALS. Large M Medals, by Stothard, &c., 

published by S. Parker, with portrait busts in high relief of Byron, 
Canning, Flaxman, Frederick Duke of York, Scott, and J. Watt, 
all very fine 

939 Bronze Medals of Henry VIII (Dassier's), Crormvell, Elizabeth (by 

Kirk), Anne, George II, George III (4), George IV (4), and 
//.Q / William IV. And two Dutch Jettons on the defeat of the Armada 

and Gunpowder Plot ; all fine 16 

940 Bronze Medals of Charles I (cast), Fran. Duke of Bedford, Capt. 

Cook, Marq. Cornwallis, C. J. Fox, Handel, Robt. Earl of Leicester 
(cast), John Duke of Marlborough, Conyers Middleton, John 
Duke of Montagu, Shakespeare, Archbishop Wake, Genl. Washing- 
ton, and Wellington (2) ; others, varied, and including three in 
white metal (6) 22 

941 Large M Medallion, by Rouw, of Prince George of Wales, 1808, 

, GEORGIVS. PRINCEPS. WALLIARVM THEATRI REGIIS INSTAVRANDI, 

&c. ; another, of Louis Philippe of France, by A. Bovy, 1842, on 
the Opening of Railways in France ; and others, of smaller size, of 
Dr. Brodie, " Lloyd's " Medal for Saving Life at Sea (both by W. 
Wyon), the Count Jan van Nassau (Tercentennial Festival), and 
one of the Municipality of Dijon on the Supplying of Water to the 
City, 1840; all very fine 6 

942 Napoleon : Large M Medals (6), Banque de France, Ecole Franchise 

des Beaux Arts a Rome, a la Memoire du Due de Montebello, 
"//// Pannonia Subacta, EPVLVM SOLEMNE IMPERATORIS, &c., Les 

Sciences et les Arts Reconnaissants. Smaller Medals (8), includ- 
ing one with rev. DESCENTE EN ANGLETERRE ; all very fine 14 

943 Varied struck Medals in bronze, French (including some re-strikes 

from early dies), Papal, German, &c., some fine 36 






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85 Seventh Day 

944 London Corporation Medals on the Opening of the Coal Exchange, 
1849, the Visit of Vittorio Emanuele of Sardinia, 1855, and Visit 
of the Princess Alexandra, 1863. Others of Benj. Guinness, Pope 
Clement XI, French Exhibition at London, 1871, and Dr. Che- 
vreul, of Paris ; in leather cases as issued 7 



PLAQUETTES. 

945 The Entombment : a large oblong Plaque, by Riccio, 162 by 115 mm. ; 

an old but somewhat dull casting in very red bronze 1 

946 Bust of Christ : a circular medallic Plaque, by Matteo di Pasti, 

93 mm. diam. ; IESVS. CHRISTVS. DEVS. DEI. FILIVS. &c., Draped 
bust to left, nimbus over crown of head. Another, gilt JE, diam. 
89 mm. ; EGO. SVM. VIA. &c., Radiate bust of Christ to left ; $ The 
Crucifixion at Calvary ; both rare 2 

947 The Crucifixion : oblong, gilt JE, by Moderno. The Blessed Virgin 

and infant Christ, two large candelabra at the sides ; oblong, JE, 
Paduan School. Sacrifice before a Temple : JE, by Riccio 3 

948 Cupids playing with a mask : IE, oblong, by Caradosso. Hercules 

and the Lion : JE, oblong, by Moderno ; the first fine 2 

949 Four oblong Plaquettes : The Blessed Virgin, infant Christ, and St. 

John ; The Nativity and Worship of the Shepherds ; The Journey 
of the Holy Family into Egypt ; the Execution of St. Paul 4 

950 Judgment of Paris : by delle Cornicle. Maritime Scene : Fishermen, 

bathers, &c., by Caradosso. Leda and Swan, Cupids at each 

' /// y side. DIVA FAVSTINA, a small plaquette with bust in very high 

relief; on the back the rev. of a medal in the style of Ruberto; 

all small and circular in form ; interesting and well preserved 4 

951 Lion hunt and Classical Scene, with four female figures, both oval 

plaquettes, with signature of Valeria Belli. Sleeping Boy : a cir- 
. , cular plaque, the design altered from one by Fra Antonio da 

Brescia. A small oval Plaque, with bust of Michael Angelo ; and 
another, from a gem, with Vulcan forging a helmet. Other Pla- 
quettes, &c. (5) 10 

952 The Adoration of the Shepherds : a highly chased circular plaque, 

late XVI Cent. Bust of the Emperor Vespasian, oval, in floral 
border ; and two circular Plaques from the reverses of Florentine 
medals of the XVII Cent. 4 



Seventh Day 86 

953 The Judgment of Solomon : a large circular plaquette of Flemish style. 

Actaeon surprising Diana and her nymphs: oblong, XVII Cent. 
Spring and Summer : an oblong plaquette, gilt, and of French (?) 
work 3 

954 Three narrow oblong Plaquettes, each with emblematic female figure, 

French (?), XVI Cent. Another, oblong, with design of Hercules 
shooting the centaur Nessos, XVII Cent. 4 

955 Two very large circular Medallions, in gilt bronze, with ornamental 

loops at top ; one with EGO. SVM. VIA, &c., and bust of Christ to 
right ; the other with FECIT. MIHI. MAGNA, &c., and bust of the 
Virgin to left; each piece bears the date 1628, and behind each 
head is engraved an owner's name (ANNE HUTIN) ; probably works 
of G. Dupre ; very rare 2 

956 A large oval Plaque, with bust of Christ, and legend SPECIOSVS. 

FORMA. PRAEFILIIS HOMONYM. A curious circular Plaquette, with 
the Last Supper (from a carved original), and on the back castings 
from nine Roman coins and a cameo; the heads of the figures gilt. 
And a large Venetian Medal, dated 1745 3 

957 A gilt Plaque, with two amatory scenes, and inscriptions LE BAISE 

RENDV and LE - BAISE . DONNE. A circular Medallion, with bust 
of Pompeia, wife of Julius Caesar ; a Pax-a-Baiser, with the 
Crucifixion; electrotype Plaques, &c. 10 



COIN CABINETS. 

958 A large oak Coin Cabinet, with carved panels, fitted on stand, with 

spirally turned legs ; the cabinet fitted with sixteen small and ten 
large trays, mostly pierced for coins and velvet lined; outside 
width of cabinet, 23 in. ; depth, 14 in. ; total height, including 
stand, 4 ft. 6 in. ; lock and keys 1 

959 A well-made mahogany Coin Cabinet, veneered with burr walnut, 

panelled doors, fitted with twenty-five trays pierced for coins : 
/ outside measures, 15 in. high, 14m. wide, 12 in. deep; lock and 

key i 

960 A fine old mahogany Coin Cabinet, by W. Roberts, fitted with twenty 
jk*- trays pierced for coins of varied size; panelled and inlaid front; 

lock and key; outside measures, 12 J in. wide, 11 in. deep, 15 in. 
high ; a few trays missing \ 




87 Seventh Day 

961 A fine old mahogany Coin Cabinet, fitted with forty-eight trays, pierced 

for various sized coins, and arranged in a double tier ; outside 
measures, 14 in. wide, 10 in. deep, 15 in. high ; lock and key 1 

962 A walnut Cabinet, with hinged top and fall-down side, fitted with 
LSI twenty shallow lightly-made pine trays; outside measures, 16 in. 

wide, 12 in. deep, 17 in. high ; lock and key 1 

963 A small solidly-made mahogany Cabinet, fitted with six shallow 

trays and two deep drawers ; the fronts numbered on brass plates 
from I to XV; the doors with relief panels in front; protected 
hinges and four ball feet of brass ; outside measures, 9j in. wide, 
8| in. deep ; total height, 13^ in. ; lock and key 1 

- 964 A small inlaid Case, fitted with three shallow trays ; old French work 1 



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