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Charles I, Gold Unite, third bust, MM plume; obv. minor metal imperfections & a few marks/light scratches on bust, facial features weak but good detail in remainder of bust; rev. FLORENT CONCORDIA REGNA around crowned oval shield dividing C R; full, clear legends both sides, 9.02g, overall AVF to VF, legends better

Estimate: £800-1200

Sold: £1300
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Lot 2

Commonwealth Shilling 1656 MM sun, rev. shield weak in parts o/wise toned Fine

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £200
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Lot 3

Charles II, Hammered Halfcrown, 3rd issue MM crown both sides & mark of value, obv. bust weak Fair, marks & scratches on bust, rev. better (Fine), full, round flan & full, clear legends; bust Fair, o/wise Fine to GFine, parts better

Estimate: £120-160

Sold: £100
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Lot 4

Henry VIII Groat, 2nd coinage MM arrow, profile bust (Laker bust D), Lombardic lettering; numerous scratches on bust o/wise full, round flan, clear legends & quite good detail in bust & shield GFine to AVF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £90
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Lot 5

James I, Shilling 1st coinage, MM thistle; 1st bust with square-cut beard, rev. EXVRGAT etc; full, round flan with full, clear legends, good portrait & shield detail AVF

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £260
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Lot 6

Cnut Silver Penny, pointed helmet type, York Mint, moneyer Hildulf; obv. CNT (sic) R EX ANGLOR around bust facing left, sceptre with trefoil head, rev. HILDOLF M-O EOFR around voided short cross with two concentric circles at centre, broken annulet with pellet centre in each angle; full, round, well struck flan with original lustre, 1.03g GVF

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £180
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Lot 7

Cnut Silver Penny, pointed helmet type, York Mint, moneyer Sunulf; obv. CNVT REX AN around bust facing left, sceptre with trefoil head, rev. SVNOLF M-O EOFR around voided short cross with two concentric circles at centre, broken annulet with pellet centre in each angle; thin horizontal striking crack (doesn't penetrate to rev.) from tip of sceptre to right side of inner circle o/wise full, round, very well struck flan, lightly toned with considerable original lustre, 0.99g, virtually EF

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £230
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Lot 8

Edward the Confessor Silver Penny, hammer cross type, Steyning (West Sussex) Mint, moneyer Deorman; obv. EADPARRD REX around crowned bust facing right & holding sceptre, rev. DIORMAN ON STENIC around short voided cross with each limb terminating in a segment of a circle; full, round flan with full, clear legends, well struck, toned with underlying lustre, 1.32g, virtually EF

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £350
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Lot 9

William I, Silver Penny, PAXS type, Winchester Mint, moneyer Siword; obv. PILLELM (REX) around crowned & diademed facing bust, sceptre to right; rev. SIPPORD ON PINC around cross pattée within inner circle, an annulet in each quarter containing one letter of PAXS; a couple of obv letters in legend not struck up o/wise full, round flan, good portrait, toned with lustre, 1.38g,VF/GVF

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £350
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Lot 10

William I, Silver Penny, PAXS type, Winchester Mint, moneyer Leofwold; obv. PILLELM REX around crowned & diademed facing bust, sceptre to right, rev. LIFPOR ON PINCE around cross pattée within inner circle, an annulet in each quarter containing one letter of PAXS; full, round, well struck flan, lightly toned with considerable original lustre, 1.39g, EF

Estimate: £350-450

Sold: £480
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Lot 11

Anglo-Gallic, Edward 'The Black Prince' (1330-76) Silver Hardi, La Rochelle Mint (rosette & 'R' at end of rev. legend); obv. ED PO GnS REG AGLI around half-length facing portrait of Edward with sword over right shoulder, canopy above, rev. AQITAnIE PRnCPS around long cross pattée, leopards & fleurs de lis in alternating quarters; numerous scratches across portrait o/wise generally clear legends, 0.92g, AFine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £50
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Lot 12

Scotland, Alexander III (1249-86) Silver Penny, 2nd coinage, Perth Mint (26 star points on rev) MM plain cross, unbarred 'A' in legends; obv. ALEXANDER DEI GRA around crowned bust facing left with sceptre, rev. REX SCOTORVM, long cross, star in each quarter of inner beaded circle; full, round flan, clear legends & very good portrait; toned with underlying lustre, 1.4g, virtually EF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £140
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Lot 13

Scotland, Alexander III (1249-86) Silver Penny 2nd coinage, Berwick Mint (24 star points on rev), MM cross potent, unbarred 'A' & 'C' with fish-tail ending in legends; obv. ALEXANDER DEI GRA around crowned bust facing left with sceptre, rev. REX SCOTORVM, long cross, 6-pointed pierced star in each quarter of inner beaded circle; chipped at 11 o'clock & along edge to 1 o'clock o/wise toned with lustre, good portrait, 1.28g, GVF

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £40
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Lot 14

Scotland, Alexander III (1249-86) Silver Penny, 2nd coinage, Berwick Mint (24 star points on rev.), MM plain cross, unbarred 'A' & 'S' with oval centre; obv. ALEXANDER DEI GRA around crowned bust facing left with sceptre, rev. REX SCOTORVM, long cross, 6-pointed star in each quarter (3 pierced) of inner beaded circle; full, round flan, lightly toned, 1.42g, GFine or+

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £50
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Lot 15

Scotland, David II (1329-71), Silver Half Groat, 3rd coinage, Edinburgh Mint; obv. DAVID DEI GRA REX SCOTORVM around left facing bust of king holding sceptre, star on end of sceptre, rev. long cross with pierced star in each quarter, outer legend DNS PROTECTOR MEVS, inner legend VILLA EDINBURGH, edge chipped between 1 & 5 o'clock, flat spots in legends, good portrait, 1.85g, VF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £60
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Lot 16

Scotland, David II (1329-71), Silver Penny, 2nd coinage, Edinburgh Mint, MM cross potent; obv. DAVID REX SCOTORVM around small young bust of king facing left & holding sceptre, rev. VI(LLA) (E)DINBURGH, long cross, 5-pointed star in each quarter; flat spots in legends, good portrait, toned with underlying lustre, 1.09g, AVF to VF

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £140
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Lot 17

Scotland, Mary (1542-67), Billon Bawbee (Sixpence), First Period (1542-58), Edinburgh Mint, MM plain cross, obv. MARIA D.G. REGINA SCOTORVM around crowned thistle dividing M R , rev. OPPIDVM EDINBVRGHI around plain saltire cross with a cinquefoil either side, Fine & Charles II silver half merk 1669 (eighth dollar - 6 shillings & 8 pence), obv. bust facing right, thistle below, rev. cruciform shields, parts of bust & rev. centre weak, marks on rev. o/wise AFine

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £80
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Lot 18

Edward III Groat, Pre-Treaty Period, York Mint, MM cross 2; obv EDWARD D G REX ANGL Z FR(AN)C D HYB. rev. CIVITAS EBORACI, Lombardic M, closed C & E broken at bottom, annulet stops; full, round flan, legend not struck up at AN of FRANC & correspondingly on rev. o/wise full, clear legends; lightly toned with underlying lustre, 4.4g, AVF/VF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £130
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Lot 19

Elizabeth I, 3 x Shillings: (1) 2nd issue, MM martlet; bust worn & scratched, full flan with most of legends legible, 5.2g, bust Poor o/wise VG better in parts & (2) 6th issue, ear shows, MM key (rev) muled woolpack (obv), full, round flan, good edge & surfaces & well struck rev, 5.36g, bust AFine o/wise VF & (3) 6th issue MM A, parts of obv. legends double struck & possibly sometime gilded, full, round flan but bust Poor o/wise VG

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £90
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Lot 20

Elizabeth I, 4 x Sixpences: 1566 3rd/4th issue, MM portcullis; scratches on bust & on first quarter of shield, very well struck legends, 3.06g, bust VG o/wise Fine to VF(legends); 1580 5th issue, MM Latin cross, no detail in bust & most of shield weak, bust Poor o/wise VG, legends better; 1581 5th issue, MM Latin cross, sometime creased, bust & first quarter of shield weak o/wise AFine & 1582 6th issue, MM bell, sometime creased & straightened, bust weak o/wise AFine, together with threepence 1574 3rd/4th issue, MM eglantine, lightly clipped o/wise AFine & halfgroat 7th issue, London Mint, MM 2 (1602), parts weakly struck o/wise VG to AFine

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £100
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Lot 21

Charles I, Shilling Aberystwyth Mint, MM book; obv. Briot's older bust with plume in field in front of king's face, some detail in crown, hair & parts of drapery, facial features & plume weak, numerous scratches across bust; rev. inner beaded circle, oval shield with plume above, second quarter of shield weak; full, round flan, most of legends clear, lustre traces in shield; bust VG o/wise AFine to Fine, RARE

Estimate: £200-300

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Lot 22

3 x Miscellaneous Hammered Silver Coins comprising: Richard I Anglo-Gallic denier Poitou Mint, obv. RICARDVS REX around cross pattée within beaded circle, rev. PICTAVIENSIS in three lines, minor flat spots, lustre traces, 0.94g, Fine; John, Ireland penny, Dublin Mint, obv. IOhANNES REX around bust of king holding a sceptre within a triangle, rev. ROBERD ON DIVE around sun, moon & three stars in a triangle, well struck AVF to VF & Henry VIII 'sovereign' penny, Durham Mint, MM lis, Bishop Ruthall , T D above shield, dark tone, shield weak o/wise Fine to GFine

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150
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Lot 23

Edward VI, Shilling 1549, 2nd (debased) issue MM Y, bust 4; rev. oval shield dividing ER, minor flat spots in legends, quite good portrait detail & sixpence, fine silver issue (1551-53), London Mint, MM tun; obv. facing bust, old verdigris patches both sides, marks on bust, generally clear legends; both AFine to Fine

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £300
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Lot 24

Roman Imperial, Nero Gold Aureus, obv. NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS around bust, rev. IV(PPITER) CVSTOS around Jupiter seated holding sceptre & thunderbolt; all of beading & most of IVPPITER worn, clear obv legends & reasonable portrait, 6.79g, AFine/Fair+, RARE

Estimate: £600-800

Sold: £700
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Lot 25

Scotland, David II Silver Penny, 1st coinage, 2nd issue; obv. (DAVID) DEI GRACIA around crowned left-facing bust holding sceptre, rev. REX SCOTTORVM long cross over inner circle with 6-pointed pierced star in each quarter, large lettering; king's name flat o/wise generally clear legends & quite good portrait, 0.96g, AVF

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £100
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Lot 26

Ireland, Elizabeth I Shilling 1561 MM harp, obv. ELIZABETH D.G. A.F. ET HIBERNIE REGI around crowned bust, rev. POSVI DEVM etc. around date divided by crowned shield with three small harps on shield; full flan (4.04g), lightly creased from 12 to 4 o'clock, facial features & parts of hair weak but quite good detail in rest of bust, rev. shield worn, curved bases of harps & parts of strings on two harps discernible, date & legends clear, overall AFine/VG, SCARCE

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £80
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Lot 27

3 x Short Cross Silver Pennies: Richard I, Canterbury Mint, moneyer Meinir, 7 pearls to crown, obv. legend not struck up between 7 & 9 o'clock & correspondingly on rev, VG to AFine; Henry III, Canterbury Mint, moneyer Willem, struck off-centre, large lettering on rev. quite good portrait AFine & Henry III, Canterbury Mint, moneyer Osmund, flat spots in legends, good portrait AFine to Fine

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £120
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Lot 28

3 x Groats comprising: Edward IV 1st reign light coinage, London Mint, MM obv. crown(?), rev. sun, quatrefoils by neck, 2.24g, upper half of outer legends clipped off o/wise Fine to GFine; Edward IV 2nd reign, London Mint, MM large annulet (clear on rev. before POSVI), trefoils on cusps, lightly clipped, 2.67g, VG & Henry V London Mint, most of outer legends clipped off so no MM but does appear identical to Henry V S1767 normal frowning bust, no marks, double saltire stops; good portrait, 2.57g, GFine or+, scarce

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £150
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Lot 29

A Collection of 18 x Silver Pennies Edward I to Edward III, (mostly Edward I), various mints, comprising: 6 x London Mint, 5 x Canterbury Mint, 4 x Bury St Edmunds Mint (all VILL SCIE EDMVNDI), 2 x Durham Mint & 1 x Lincoln Mint; virtually all full, round flans with clear legends, generally Fine or+

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £250
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Lot 30

Richard II, Silver Penny York Mint, MM cross pattée (partly visible), obv. RICARDVS (REX) ANGLIE, no marks on breasr, weakly struck at REX & correspondingly on rev at RA of EBORACI, double saltire stops; rev. CIVITAS EBORACI, quatrefoil in rev. centre; lightly clipped in parts o/wise quite good portrait & considerable original lustre, Fine or slightly+ & silver halfpenny London Mint (LOnDOn), MM cross pattée, clipped between 7 & 9 o'clock VG

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £70
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Lot 31

Anglo-Saxon, Kings of Northumbria, 30 x Copper Alloy Regal Issue Stycas, from the Hexham Priory hoard discovered in 1832; Eanred & Aethelred II, various moneyers (Fordred, Monne, Herreth etc), a couple with retrograde lettering; all with clear legends, Fine or+

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £550
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Lot 32

10 x Hammered Silver Coins, all low grade but identifiable & including: England: Edward III groat, Elizabeth I threepence 1564 MM pheon, James I, 2 x sixpences 1603 & 1604, Charles I shilling MM tun, Scotland: Alexander III penny; Ireland James I shilling, 2nd coinage, rev. HENRICVS ROSAS etc, together with Scotland 2 x milled coins: Charles I 20 pence & William III 5 shillings 1697; generally Poor to Fair, a couple with better revs

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110
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Lot 33

3 x Hammered Shillings comprising: Edward VI, 2nd issue base silver MDXLIX, bust 4, MM worn, rev. TIMOR DOMINI etc around oval garnished shield dividing E R, Fair; James I, 1st coinage, 1st bust, MM thistle, rev. EXVRGAT DEVS etc, full, round flan & clear legends, bust scratched & very worn Poor o/wise AFine & Charles I MM star, Briot's bust, square-topped shield over cross moline, irregular clipped flan with upper half of legends missing & CHRISTO missing entirely, bust Fair o/wise AFine

Estimate: £50-70

Sold: £120
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Lot 34

Roman Imperial: Titus (as Caesar) Gold Aureus, obv. T CAESAR VESPASIANVS around bust of Titus, small dig below bust; rev. ANN(ONA) AVG around seated figure of Annona holding sack of corn-ears on lap; .986 gold (tested & verified), flan underweight at 4.94g & appears to have been sometime clipped or filed; obv. legends clear, part of rev. legend missing, overall VG

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £480
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Lot 35

3 x Hammered Silver Coins comprising: Charles I halfcrown MM triangle in circle, group 4 foreshortened horse, rev. oval garnished shield (S2779), good detail in king (especially facial features) & front half of horse; striking stress marks & some surface corrosion in rev centre, irregular flan, 14.4g, AVF & Charles I shilling MM triangle in circle(?), Briot's bust, double-arched crown, square-topped shield, irregular flan, 5.74g Fine & Elizabeth I sixpence (158)2 (first three digits of date worn) MM sword, full round flan & full clear legends; 1st, 2nd & 4th quarters of shield worn, 2.7g, overall Fine, legends much better

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £120
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Lot 36

Elizabeth I, Sixpence 1566 third/fourth issue, MM lion, intermediate bust; rev. struck slightly off-centre, good portrait, AVF & threepence 1570 third/fourth issue, MM coronet; scratches on bust, VG

Estimate: £40-60

Sold: £90
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Lot 37

A Collection of 39 x Roman Silver, Billon & Bronze Coins including: Roman Republic: 2 x silver denarii: (1) C N BLASIO CNF to right of helmeted bust of Blasio (a Roman general), rev. Jupiter standing between Juno & Minerva, (RO)M(A) in ex., (circa 112 BC) & (2) CESTIANVS (M Plaetorius M.f.Cestianus) behind winged bust of Vacuna (a Sabine Goddess) wearing crested helmet, rev. (M PLAETORIVS M F) AED.CVR around eagle standing on thunderbolt (circa 67 BC) both scarce, VG; Roman Imperial: silver denarius of Caracalla (as Caesar), rev. Minerva resting on shield & holding spear, brass sestertius of Antoninus Pius rev. (INDU)LGENTIA AVG (COS III) S C, silver antoninianus of Gallienus, antoniniani of Maximinus, Probus, Maximianus, Diocletian etc, bronze maiorina of Theodosius I, bronze half centenionalis of Arcadius, various other emperors & denominations, various grades, several worn but most should be identifiable & 2 x Ancient Greek Coins: Carthage AE18 obv. head & neck of horse, rev. palm tree (circa 250 BC) Fine & Athens AE26, obv. head of Athena wearing crested helmet, rev. owl standing on amphora, magistrate's name to left VG

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £320
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Lot 38

4 x Miscellaneous Hammered Silver Coins comprising: (1) Roman Imperial, silver denarius of Septimius Severus, rev. PART ARAB (PART ADIAB) two captives seated back to back on shields between trophy, COS II P P in ex. VF (2) Henry III long cross penny, Canterbury Mint, rev. ALEIN ON CANT AVF (3) Henry VIII groat, 2nd coinage, MM arrow, Laker bust D, scrape across bust, parts of shield weak & irregular edge in parts o/wise AVF & (4) Charles I halfcrown MM star, minor flat spots in legends, horseman very worn Poor o/wise VG, together with George III halfpenny 1806 VF

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £120
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Lot 39

Philip III ('The Good') Duke of Burgundy 1419 - 1467, Billon Double Gros, struck in Valenciennes, County of Hainaut; obv. PhS: DEI: GRA: DVX: BVRG: COm: hAnOnIE around arms of the Dukes of Burgundy, rev. MOnET-A nOVA: VALENCE nENSIS, cross pattée with central lozenge enclosing monogram H (Hainaut), lions rampant & fleurs de lis in alternating angles; most of legends clear, light scratches & weak areas both sides, 3.04g, overall Fine

Estimate: £30-40

Sold: £50
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Lot 40

Roman Republic, Julius Caesar, 2 x Silver Denarii comprising: (1) obv. diademed head of Venus, rev. Aeneas carrying his father Anchises on left shoulder & holding a Palladium in his right hand, CAESAR to right, S1402 VF & (2) obv. DICT ITER COS TERT around head of Ceres, rev. AVGVR PONT MAX around Pontifical emblems (jug, sprinkler, ladle & curved staff), S1403 GVF, together with a silver denarius struck by (M. Junius) Brutus (the tyrannicide) as a young man when he was a moneyer; obv. head of Liberty, LIBERTAS behind, rev. the consul Lucius Junius Brutus (founder of the Roman Republic & ancestor of M. Junius Brutus) walking between two lictors (bodyguards) preceded by an accensus (a light infantry soldier), BRVTVS in ex., S397, lustrous AEF; all attractively toned & scarce
(references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear, London: Vol. I, 2000 ed.);

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £500
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Lot 41

Roman Republic, a Collection of 20 x Silver Denarii, spanning the period 150 BC to 55 BC, all different moneyers & comprising: Pinarius Natta S89, Ti. Veturius S111, M. Furius L.f.Philus S156, C.Fonteius S167, Q.Lutatius Cerco S182, M. Herrenius S185, M. Lucilius Rufus S202, Piso & Caepio S210, L Calpurnius Piso Frugi S235, C.Vibius C.f.Pansa S242, L. Titurius Sabinus S251, Mn.Fonteius S271, L Marcius Censorinus S281, C.f.Limetanus S282, Postumius Albinus S296, C.Postumius S330, Q.Pomponius Musa S355, L Cassius longinus S364, Lepidus Paullus S366, Cn.Plancius S396, Mn. Acilius Glabrio S412; (references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear, London: Vol. I, 2000 ed.); several attractively toned, all Fine or+ (majority AVF or+)

Estimate: £400-500

Sold: £900
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Lot 42

Roman Republic, Augustus Copper As, moneyers' series, obv. CAESAR AVGVSTVS TRIBVNIC POTEST around bust, rev. C CASSIVS CELER III VIR A A A F F around large S C, S1678; VG/AFine; copper as issued by Tiberius in honour of Augustus, obv. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER around laureate head, rev. S C around winged thunderbolt, S1791 VG; Drusus copper as rev. PONTIF TRIBVN POTEST ITER around large S C pitted surfaces, S1794 VG, together with Mark Antony 4 x 'legionary' silver denarii, common obvs: ANT AVG III VIR R P C around galley & revs: legionary eagle between two standards: LEG IV VG/AFine, LEG V VF+, LEG VIII obv struck slightly off-centre AVF & LEG XIII surface marks Fine
(references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear, London: Vol. I, 2000 ed.);

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £580
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Lot 43

Roman Imperial, 20 x Silver Denarii, all different Emperors/Empresses comprising: Vespasian S2285, Titus as Caesar, rev. COS V heifer walking right, similar to gold aureus (S2416); Domitian S2731, Trajan S3140, Hadrian rev. COS III seven stars within crescent S3485; Sabina S3918, Antoninus Pius S4073, Faustina Senior (Diva Faustina) S4588, Marcus Aurelius S4932, Faustina Junior S5266, Lucius Verus S5361, Lucilla S5489, Commodus S5655, Septimius Severus S6353, Julia Domna S6593, Caracalla S6824, Geta as Caesar S7189, Elagabalus S7517, Severus Alexander S7880 & Julia Mamaea S8218; all with good portraits, generally Fine or+
(references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear, London: Vol I 2000 ed. & Vol II 2002 ed.)

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £600
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Lot 44

Roman Imperial, 20 x Silver Denarii, comprising: 4 x Trajan: S3122, S3123, S3132 & S3157; Hadrian: S3472; 2 x Antoninus Pius: S4065 & S4073; Antoninus Pius & Marcus Aurelius Caesar: obv. laureate head of Antoninus Pius, rev. bare head of Marcus Aurelius, both facing right S4524; 2 x Marcus Aurelius: S4907 & S4925; Divus Antoninus Pius issue of Marcus Aurelius & Lucius Verus S5196; 2 x Lucius Verus: S5348 & S5355; 2 x Lucilla: S5480 & S5491; Commodus: S5568; Divus Marcus Aurelius issue of Commodus S5978; Septimius Severus S6372; Julia Domna S6601 & Geta S7186; generally Fine or+ with good portraits (majority AVF or+), (references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear, London: Vol II 2002 ed.)

Estimate: £250-350

Sold: £580
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Lot 45

14 x Roman Silver Coins comprising: Roman Republic, 3 x denarii: (1) anonymous, obv. head of Roma, X behind, rev. Dioscuri, ROMA in relief below, circa 185 BC (2) denarius serratus, Licinius Crassus & Domitius Ahenobarbus inter al. 118 BC, S158 & (3) Mn. Acilius Glabro, circa 50 BC, S412; 3 x quinarii: (1) Q. Titius 90 BC, S240 (2) M. Porcius Cato 89 BC S248 & (3) anonymous obv. laureate head of Apollo, rev. Victory crowning trophy, circa 80 BC; Roman Imperial: 6 x denarii: Trajan, rev. DAC CAP in ex, S3136; Trajan rev. Vesta seated S3143; Hadrian rev. P M TR P COS III, CLEM in ex. S3463; Marcus Aurelius rev. TR P XXXI IMP VIII COS III P P Felicitas standing left holding caduceus & cornucopia; Septimius Severus, rev. COS III P P S6270 & Caracalla rev. MONETA AVG S6821 & 2 x Siliquae: Gratian rev. VRBS ROMA, TRPS in ex. S19964 & Magnus Maximus rev. VIRTVS ROMANORVM S20644; generally Fine or+ (majority AVF or+), (references: 'Roman Coins & Their Values' Sear, London: Vol 1 2000 ed, Vol II 2002 ed. & Vol V 2014 ed.)

Estimate: £280-350

Sold: £650
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Lot 46

Roman Imperial, 25 x Antoniniani comprising: 10 x Silver: 4 x Gordian III S8606, S8615 & 2 x S8670, 4 x Philip I S8922, 2 x S8932 & S8952, Trajan Decius S9364 & Volusian S9772; 15 x billon: Gallienus S10362, 2 x Postumus S10936 & S10961, Victorinus S11179, Tetricus I S11247, Claudius II Gothicus S11383, Aurelian S11539, Tacitus S11817, 3 x Probus S12018, S12021 & 12041, 2 x Carinus S12297 & S12365 & 2 x Constantius I S13982(x2), (references: "Roman Coins & Their Values" Sear, London: Vol III 2005 ed. & Vol IV 2011 ed.)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £250
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Lot 47

Roman Imperial, Miscellaneous Brass, Bronze & Billon Coins including: 6 x sestertii: Tiberius rev. seated figure facing right, Antoninus Pius rev. worn, possibly S4179, Marcus Aurelius rev. Salus S4998 Fine, 2 x Maximinus I S8337 & S8337 & Gordian III S8723, generally AVG to VG, all with some portrait detail but revs worn, together with a copper as of Drusus S1794 Fair to VG, 15 x centenionales: Constantine I, Licinius, Constantine II, Constantius II, Crispus, Valens, an Alexandrian tetradrachm of Salonina & 2 x antoniniani: Diocletian & Maximian; 26 coins in total, various grades, generally Fine or+ unless o/wise graded

Estimate: £100-200

Sold: £300
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Lot 48

Edward VII, 5 x Sovereigns: 1902, 1906, 1907, 1908 & 1910, contact marks, AFine to Fine

Estimate: £750-800

Sold: £800
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Lot 49

Edward VII, 5 x Half Sovereigns: 1905, 1906, 1908, 1909 & 1910, Fine to GFine

Estimate: £350-400

Sold: £400
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Lot 50

Edward VII, 4 x Sovereigns: 1907, 1908 & 1910(x2) & 4 x half sovereigns: 1905, 1906, 1908 & 1910 AFine to GFine

Estimate: £900-950

Sold: £950
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