Public Auction 282 Friday, 21st October 2011




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5629 Orbiana (wife of Severus Alexander) 225 AD denarius. Diademed bust right rev. Concordia enthroned left. Very sharp portrait of this scarce Empress. Lightly toned EF/VF. S-8191. RIC-319 (P) $375 $500

5630 Julia Mamaea d 235 AD AR Denarius struck Rome 232 AD. Diademed & draped bust right; rev: Fecunditas seated left extending right hand over child. S-8208. EF. (P) $140 $180

5631 Julia Mamaea 222-235 AD. (9th emission 228 AD). AE Sestertius (21.10g) Rome Mint. Diademed & draped bust right. rev. Felicitas seated left holding caduceus & cornucopia. cf S-8229, RIC-676. gVF, nice deep brown patina. (P) $300 $500

5632 Julia Mamaea, Augusta 222-235 AD. AE Sestertius. (19.32g). Rome 226 AD. Diademed & draped bust right. rev. Vesta standing left holding palladium & sceptre. S-8236, RIC-708. gVF/VF. (P) $250 $350

5633 Maximinus I 235-238 AD AR Denarius. Laureate bust right rev. Pax standing left. gEF. S-8310, RIC-12. $140 $180

5634 Maximinus I 235-238 AD AE Sestertius (21.04g). Rome 236-7 AD. Laureate draped & cuirassed bust right. rev. Fides Militum standing left holding standard in each hand. cf S-8327, RIC-78. Nice even brown patina gVF/aEF. (P) $400 $500

5635 Maximinus I 235-238 AD AE Sestertius. Laureate bust right rev. Salus seated left feeding snake at altar. Dark green patina. VF. S-8338. RIC-85. Ex D Heuer Collection (P) $300 $400

5636 Maximus 235/6-238 AD AE Sestertius (23.42g). Rome 235-6 AD. Draped bust right rev. Maximus holding baton & spear with standards. S-8410, RIC-9. Nice old green patina. VF. (P) $200 $300

5637 Gordian III 238-244 AD. AR Antoninianus. Rome 241-3 AD. Radiate & draped bust right. rev. Laetitia standing left holding wreath & anchor. S-8617. EF. (P) $75 $100

5638 Gordian III 238-244 AD. AR Antoninianus. Radiate bust right rev. Emperor with globe & spear. gEF. S-8644var, RIC-92. (P) $100 $130

5639 Gordian III 238-244 AD. AR Denarius. Laureate head right rev. Salus feeding snake. Lightly toned. EF/aEF. S-8681, RIC-129A (P) $80 $100

5640 Philip I 244-249 AD. AE Sestertius Laureate bust right rev. Annona with corn ears & cornucopiae, modius at feet. Black-brown patina. VF/gF. S-8990, RIC-168a (P) $150 $200

5641 Philip I 244-249 AD. AE Sestertius (22.27g). Rome 244-5 AD. Laureate bust right; rev: Laetitia standing left holding wreath & rudder. S-8997, RIC-175a. Stuck on clipped flan gVF with lovely earthy green patina. (P) $400 $500

5642 Philip I 244-249 AD. AE Sestertius Laureate bust right rev. Liberalitas standing right with abacus & cornucopiae. Even glossy black patina. gVF, minor roughness in left rev. field. S-8999, RIC-180a. Nice bold portrait, appealing coin (P) $275 $375

5643 Philip I 244-249 AD AE Sestertius struck Rome 245 AD. Laureate head right rev. Philip, togate, seated left on curule chair, holding globe & short sceptre. S-9003, RIC-148a. Original blue green patina. gVF. (P) $150 $200

5644 Otacilia Severa wife of Philip I. AE Sestertius. Struck Rome 245-7 AD. Diademed bust right; rev: Concordia seated left holding patera & cornucopiae. S-9164, RIC-203a. sl porous, VF, olive brown patina. (P) $300 $400

5645 Philip II 247-249 AD AE Sestertius struck Rome 245-6 AD. Bare head right; rev: Philip II standing holding globe & resting on spear. S-9249, RIC-256a. VF. Scarce. (P) $150 $200

5646 Valerian I 253-260 AD. AR Antoninianus. Cologne mint. Struck 257-59 AD. Radiate bust right rev. Sol left with whip, billowing cape. Good metal. EF. S-9952. RIC-12 (P) $100 $140

5647 Severina (wife of Aurelian) 275 AD Billon Antoninianus, Siscia Mint. Diademed bust right rev. Concordia Militum holding standards Officina mark = "S". Nice dark patina, no silvering visible. gVF. S-11706 (P) $150 $200

5648 Aurelian 270-275 AD Silvered Billon Antoninianus. Serdica. Radiate bust right; rev: Female figure standing right holding wreath facing Aurelian in military attire. RIC-386. Silvered, lightly toned near mint condition. (P) $120 $190

5649 Florian 276 AD Billon Antoninianus. Serdica. Radiate bust right; rev: Providentia holding standard in each hand, facing Sol holding globe. cf S-11869, RIC-111. Light silver wash, toned aEF. Scarce. (P) $150 $200

5650 Tacitus 275-276 AD Billon Antoninianus. Serdica. Radiate bust right; rev: Mars standing right holding spear & presenting globe to Tacitus. S-11773, RIC-193. Light silver wash, toned, as struck. (P) $200 $250

5651 Florian 276 AD Billon Antoninianus. Cyzicus. Radiate bust right; rev: Victory & Emperor standing facing. RIC-116. Deep brown, practically as struck. Scarce. (P) $200 $275

5652 Carus 282-283 AD Billon Antoninianus. Rome. Radiate bust right; rev: Sel advancing left raising right hand & holding whip. cf S-12167, RIC-36. Glossy brown, sl porous virtually as struck. (P) $90 $120

5653 Carinus 283-285 AD Billon Antoninianus. Rome 284-5 AD. Radiate head right; rev: Aeternitas standing left holding globe surmounted by phoenix. S-12340, RIC-244. Lightly silvered, toned EF. (P) $150 $200

5654 Diocletian 284-305 AD AE Follis struck at Ticinum 300-303AD. Laureate head right rev. Moneta with scales of Cornucopiae. Green patina. Near EF. S-12821, RIC-45a (P) $75 $100

5655 Maximianus 286-305 AD AR Argentius struck 294-295AD at Rome. Laureate head right rev. four Tetrarchs before camp-gate "x" in exergue, unlisted mark for Maximianus. Flan a little wavy. VF. S-13094. A Rare variety. (P) $275 $375

5656 Maximianus 286-305 AD AE Follis, Thessalonica mint, struck 302-3 AD. Laureate head right rev. Genius left with patera & cornucopiae, mintmark "TS". Nice original green patina, EF. S-13263, RIC-23b (P) $75 $100

5657 Maximianus 286-305 AD AE Follis struck 300-301AD. Antioch mint. Mintmark "ANT". Much original silvering. Practically as struck. S-13275. Most attractive (P) $100 $150

5658 Maximianus 286-305 AD first reign. Silvered AE Antoninianus of Kyzikos. Radiate draped bust right. rev. Emperor receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter. RIC-606v. Near mint, toned. (P) $100 $130

5659 Maximianus 286-305 AD Billon Antoninianus Rome ca 286 AD. Radiate, draped & cuirassed bust right, rev. Jupiter standing left holding thunderbolt & sceptre. S-3616, RIC-506 gEF. (P) $80 $120

5660 Maximianus Herculius 286-305 AD. Silvered AE Follis. Post abdication (9.67g). Cyzicus mint. Laureate robed bust with branch & mappa. rev. Providentia & Quies standing. S-3641, RIC-29a. Sl porous, rev much silvering VF+. Rare. (P) $200 $300

5661 Honorius 393-423AD AV Solidus, Ravenna Mint. Diademed bust right, rev Emperor standing right captive at fee. Traces of residual lustre on rev. gVF/EF. S-4244var, RIC-1287. Scarce (P) $900 $1100

5662 Galerius (as Caesar) 293-305 AD. AE Follis, struck 298-299 AD. Carthage mint Laureate head right rev. Carthage holding fruits. Green patina. gVF. S-14411, RIC 30b (P) $60 $80

5663 Galerius 305-311 AD Silvered AE Follis. Cyzicus mint. Laureate head right, rev. Genius standing left holding patera & cornucopiae Officinae A cf S-3707, RIC-9b. Small area of green deposits, much silver remains EF. (P) $100 $130

5664 Galerius (as Caesar) 293-305 AD. AE Follis, struck 297-299 AD. Cyzicus mint. Laureate head right rev. Genius with patera & cornucopiae mintmark "KA". Minor deposits, light brown patina. RIC-11b. gVF. Attractive (P) $75 $100

5667 Galerius 305-311 AD Silvered AE Follis. Siscia mint. Laureate head right rev. Genius standing left holding patera & cornucopia. Officinae B cf S-3720, RIC-906. Much silvering, practically As Struck. (P) $120 $160

5668 Constantine I 307-37 AD Billon Argenteus Trier mint. Helmeted & cuirassed bust left holding spear, rev. Two Victories holding shield on altar. S-3853, RIC-208a. Toned VF. RARE. (P) $350 $450

5669 Constantius II 337-61 AD Silvered AE Centenionalis Kyzikos mint. Draped & cuirassed bust right, rev. Soldier advancing left spearing fallen horseman cf S-4003, RIC-96. Practically as struck. (P) $150 $200

5670 Theodosius II 402-50 AD Gold Solidus (4.47g) Constantinople mint struck 408-420AD. Pearl diademed, helmeted & cuirassed bust facing slightly right holding spear and shield decorated with horseman rev. Constantinopolis seated facing holding sceptre & Victory on globe, right foot on prow, star in left field. RIC-202. gEF. (P) $1200 $2000



ROMAN PROVINICAL COINS

5671 Mark Antony & Octavian. 37 BC. AE 30 (20.46g) of Thessaloniki. Draped bust of Eleutheria right. rev. Nike advancing left. RPC-1551. Minor pit, nice even brown tone, aVF. (P) $400 $500

5672 Caracalla 198-217 AD Syria, Antioch. AR Tetradrachm (13.15g). Laureate head right; rev: Eagle standing facing wreath in beak. cf GIC-2650. P-220v. Sl porous gVF. (P) $180 $250

5673 Rheskuporis II & Caracalla c211-227 AD. Electrum Stater Kingdom of Bosporus,(7.60g). Yr 510 (213/4 AD), Diademed, draped & cuirassed bust right, sword in sheath before. rev. Laureate head of Caracalla right. cf GIC-5483, MacD-553/2. VF. (P) $800 $1200

5674 Rhescuporis II with Severus Alexander Electrum Stater (7.67g) year 519=222/3 AD. Kingdom of Bosporus. Bust of King right rev. Laureate bust of Alexander right. VF. GIC-5484var. McD-562.4 (P) $800 $1200

5675 Gordian III 238-244 AD AE31 Pisidia, Antioch. Laureate bust right rev. She-Wolf suckling Romulus & Remus. Brown patina, aEF. SNG V.Aul-4953. Handsome portrait (P) $300 $400

5676 Gordian III 238-244 AD Pisidia, Antioch AE 35 (25.18g). Laureate bust right. rev. Gordian on horseback galloping right spearing lion. Krzy-VI/28. VF+. Scarce. (P) $300 $400

5677 Philip I 244-249 AD AE29 Moesia Superior, Viminacium Laureate bust right rev. Moesia standing between bull & lion. Year 5=244AD. Brown patina, VF. GIC-3874var. Bull & lion are the emblems of the locally quartered legions VII & IV (P) $160 $220

5678 Philip I 244-249 AD. Syria, Antioch. AR Tetradrachm (12.23g). Laureate bust right; rev: Eagle standing facing, wreath in beak. cf GIC-3958, Pr-445. Toned EF. (P) $220 $300

5679 Philip I 244-249 AD. Syria, Antioch. Billon Tetradrachm (13.37g). Radiate cuirassed bust left. rev. Eagle standing with wreath. Pr-354. Toned EF. (P) $275 $400

5680 Philip II 247-249 AD. AE 29 of Kommagene, Zeugma Syria. Laureate bust right, ref. Tetrastyle temple, walled grove, capricorn below. Olive green patina, gVF. GIC-4142var, BMC-29 (P) $220 $275

BYZANTINE COINS

5681 Justinian I 527-565 AD Gold Solidus (4.16g) of Constantinople. Helmeted bust ¾ facing rev. Angel standing holding long cross & gl cr. star to right. S-137. VF (P) $450 $600

5682 Justinian I 527-565 AD Gold Tremissis (1.31g) of Constantinople. Diademed bust right rev. Victory standing holding wreath & gl cr. S-145. rev scr, EF (P) $250 $300

5683 Justinian I 527-565 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis (23.0g) Constantinople Mint RY 15 (541/2) officina A. Bust facing rev. Large M. S-163. gVF (P) $250 $350

5684 Justinian I 527-565 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Constantinople Mint. (14.97g). RY 28 (554/5). 3rd officina. Helmeted bust facing rev. Large M. S-163. gVF (P) $120 $150

5685 Justinian I 527-565 AD AE 20 Nummi Half Follis. Constantinople Mint. RY 13 (539/40). 4th officina. Helmeted bust facing rev. Large K. S-165. Some roughness, black brown patina. (P) $75 $100

5686 Justinian I 527-565 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis (23.7g) Nicomedia Mint RY 15 (541/2) officina B. Bust facing rev. Large M. S-201. gVF (P) $250 $350

5687 Justinian I 527-565 AD AE 10 Nummi Decanummium. Nicomedia Mint RY 36 (562/3). Bust right rev. Large I. S-205. Brown-green patina. VF (P) $60 $80

5688 Justinian I 527-565 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis (19.3g) of Cyzicus. RY 19 (545/6) officina B. Helmeted bust facing rev. Large M. S-207. Minor roughness VF/gVF (P) $100 $130

5689 Justinian I 527-565 AD AE 40 Nummi Theoupolis (Antioch) Mint. RY 16. 3rd officina. Helmeted bust facing rev. Large M. S-219. Black-brown patina. near VF (P) $120 $160

5690 Justinian I 527-565 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Theoupolis (Antioch) Mint RY 31 (557/8). 5th officina. Helmeted bust facing rev. Large M. S-222. A little weakly struck at 5 o'clock, uneven edge, nice black-brown patina. VF+ (P) $80 $120

5691 Justinian I 527-565 AD 20 Nummi Half Follis (9.93g) of Theoupolis (Antioch) Mint RY 21 (547/8). Helmeted bust facing rev. Large K. S-230. VF/gVF (P) $80 $100

5692 Justin II 565-578 AD Gold Solidus (4.48g) of Constantinople. Helmeted bust facing rev. Constantinopolis enthroned holding spear & gl cr. S-345. Lustrous EF (P) $500 $600

5693 Justin II 565-578 AD Gold Tresmissis (1.52g) of Constantinople. Diademed bust right rev. Victory advancing right holding wreath & orb. S-353. Practically as struck (P) $300 $400

5694 Justin II 565-578 AD AE Follis. Constantinople Mint. RY 9. 5th officina. Justin & Sophia seated on double throne rev. Large M. S-360. Dark black-green patina. VF (P) $80 $100

5695 Justin II 565-578 AD AE 20 Nummi ½ Follis. Thessalonica Mint. RY 12 (576/7). Justin & Sophia seated on double throne rev. Large K. S-366. Nice even black-brown patina. EF. Scarce this nice (P) $80 $120

5696 Justin II 565-578 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Nicomedia Mint. RY 7 (571/2). Officina B. Justin & Sophia seated on double throne rev. Large M. S-369. Near VF/VF (P) $70 $90

5697 Justin II 565-578 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Nicomedia Mint. RY 3 (567/8). Officina A. Justin & Sophia seated on double throne. S-369. Black-brown patina. VF/gVF (P) $100 $150

5698 Justin II 565-578 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Cyzicus Mint. RY 3. Officina A. Justin & Sophia seated on double throne rev. Large M. S-372. Struck on broad flan. Nice black-brown patina. VF/gVF (P) $100 $130

5699 Justin II 565-578 AD AE 20 Nummi ½ Follis. Cyzicus mint. RY 8 (572/3). Justin & Sophia seated on double throne rev. Large K. S-373. Even green tone VF. Rare variety (P) $150 $200

5700 Tiberius II Constantine 578-582 AD AE Follis. Constantinople Mint. RY 7 (580/1). 4th officina. Crowned bust facing rev. Large M. S-430. VF (P) $80 $120

5701 Tiberius II Constantine 578-582 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Theoupolis (Antioch) Mint. RY 7 (580/1). Crowned bust facing rev. Large M. S-448. Near VF (P) $60 $80

5702 Maurice Tiberius 582-602 AD Gold Solidus (4.45g) of Constantinople. Bust facing wearing plumed helmet rev. Angel standing holding long staff & gl cr. S-478. Lustrous EF (P) $600 $800

5703 Maurice Tiberius 582-602 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Constantinople Mint. RY 8 (589/90). Helmeted bust facing rev. Large M. S-494. Even brown patina. VF/gVF (P) $80 $120

5704 Maurice Tiberius 582-602 AD AE 20 Nummi ½ Follis. Constantinople Mint. RY 5 (586/7). Officina A. Helmeted bust facing rev. Large K. S-497. Near VF/gVF $50 $75

5705 Maurice Tiberius 582-602 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Nicomedia Mint. RY 10 (591/2). Officina B. Crowned bust facing rev. Large M. S-512. VF (P) $75 $100

5706 Maurice Tiberius 582-602 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Cyzicus Mint. RY 7 (588/9). Officina A. Crowned bust facing rev. Large M. S-518. Near VF/VF (P) $60 $80

5707 Maurice Tiberius 582-602 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Theopoulos (Antioch) Mint. RY 8 (589/90). Crowned bust facing rev. Large M. S-532. VF+ (P) $100 $150

5708 Maurice Tiberius 582-602 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Theoupolis (Antioch) Mint. RY 18 (599/600). 3rd Officina. Crowned bust facing rev. Large M. S-533. VF/gVF (P) $75 $100

5709 Phocas 602-610 AD Gold Solidus (4.38g) of Constantinople. Crowned bust facing rev. Angel standing holding long staff & gl cr. S-618. VF (P) $450 $600

5710 Phocas 602-610 AD Gold Solidus (4.24g) of Constantinople. Crowned bust facing rev. Angel standing holding long staff & gl cr. S-620. Light rev scrs. VF (P) $400 $500

5711 Heraclius 610-641 AD Gold Solidus (4.45g) of Constantinople. Crowned facing busts of emperor & son rev. Cross potent on 3 steps. S-738. gVF (P) $450 $600

5712 Heraclius 610-641 AD Gold Solidus (4.48g) of Constantinople. Crowned facing busts of emperor & son rev. Cross potent on 3 steps. S-749. gVF (P) $450 $600

5713 Heraclius 610-641 AD Gold Solidus (4.30g) of Constantinople. Heraclius standing between 2 sons rev. Cross potent on 3 steps. S-764. Tiny scrs, VF (P) $450 $600

5714 Heraclius 610-641 AD Gold Solidus (4.36g) of Constantinople. Heraclius standing between 2 sons rev. Cross potent on 3 steps. S-767. EF (P) $750 $900

5715 Heraclius 610-641 AD AE 40 Nummi Follis. Constantinople Mint. RY 2 (611/2), 3rd officina. Crowned bust facing rev. Large M. S-804. Ragged flan, brown patina. VF+ (P) $75 $100

5716 Constans II 641-668 AD. Gold Solidus. Constantinople Mint. Facing crowned bust, no beard. rev. Cross potent on three steps. S-938. Virtually as struck. (P) $550 $750

5717 Constans II 641-668 AD Gold Solidus (4.43g) of Constantinople. Crowned bust facing rev Cross potent on 3 steps. S-956. VF (P) $400 $500

5718 Constans II, with Constantine IV. 641-668 AD. Gold Solidus of Constantinople, 8th officina. Draped facing busts of Constans II, bearded, & Constantine IV, beardless, each wearing crown topped with cross, cross above. rev. Cross potent on three steps, I // CONOBI. S-961. As struck. (P) $700 $1000

5719 Constans II, with Constantine IV, Heraclius & Tiberius 641-668 AD (struck circa 661-663 AD). Gold Solidus (4.40g). Constantinople, 6th officina. Facing busts of Constans, wearing crown with plume chlamys & Constantine IV wearing crown & chlamys, cross above. rev. Cross potent on three steps flanked by Heraclius & Tiberius, ea holding a globus cruciger, S//CONOB. DOC II-30e, MIB III-31, S-964. Superb EF, lustrous. (P) $700 $1000

5720 Constantine IV Pogonatos with Heraclius & Tiberius 668-685 AD. AR Hexagram (5.89g). Type II, series 1, class 4. Constantinople Mint. Helmeted & cuirassed bust facing slightly right rev. Cross potent upon globe & 3 steps with Heraclius & Tiberius standing ea side. S-1168. Nicely toned gVF. Rare (P) $800 $1000

5721 Theophilus 829-840 AD. AV Solidus (3.73g). Syracuse mint. Bust facing wearing crown & loros, holding cross potent. rev. as obverse bust wearing chlamys & holding globus cr. S-1670. Scarce & seldom seen. (P) $800 $1000

5722 Romanus IV Diogenes 1068-1071 AD Gold Histamenon Nomisma (3.51g) of Constantinople. Christ standing facing crowning Romanus on left, Eudocia on right rev. Michael, Constantius & Andronicus standing facing. S-1861. Old-time scr, cleaning mks. F (P) $300 $375

5723 Michael VII Ducas 1071-1078 AD Gold Histamenon Nomisma (4.37g) of Constantinople. Bust of Christ facing. rev. Crowned bust of emperor facing. S-1868. VF/gVF. (P) $450 $600

5724 Michael VII Ducas 1071-1078 AD Gold Histamenon Nomisma. Bust of Christ facing rev. Crowned bust of emperor facing. S-1868. VF+ (P) $500 $600

5725 Manuel I Comnenus 1143-1180 AD Billon Aspron Trachy Constantinople Mint. Virgin enthroned facing rev. Manuel standing facing. S-1964. Near EF $100 $130

5726 Isaac II 1185-1195 AD. Electrum (gold & silver) Aspron Trachy (3.28g) of Constantinople. The Virgin Mary enthroned. rev. Archangel Michael blessing Isaac. S-2002. Scarce. Toned. aEF-EF. (P) $400 $550

5727 Andronicus I Gidon c1222-1235 AD AR Aspron Trachy Empire of Trebizond (2.15g). Virgin praying right, 3 large pellets vertically in drapery to right rev. Christ Chalcites standing facing. See Bendall N Circ June 2002. DOC IV pl xxxvii El.1 (Nicaea). S-2148. VF. Quite rare (P) $800 $1200

5728 Maurice Tiberius 582-602 AD Gold Solidus (4.37g) of Antioch. Bust facing wearing plumed helmet rev. Angel standing holding long staff & gl cr. S-524. Undulating flan gVF. (lot number out of order) (P) $450 $600

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OTHER ANCIENTS

5729 Mithradates II 123-88 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.82grms). Seleucia Mint. Bust left with long beard rev. Archer seated right on omphalus, holding bow, palm branch in field to right. S-7365, BMC-3, Shore-67. obv planchet flaw. Virtually as struck gEF. Early silver Tetradrachms are all very rare & generally only found in circulated condition. (P) $1800 $2500



5730 Phraates IV c38-2 BC AR Tetradrachm (14.8g). Tigris mint. Diademed bust left. rev. Phraates seated on throne receiving palm branch from Tyche. cf S-7466, Sellwood-51. gVF/VF. (P) $200 $300

5731 Gotarzes II 40-51 AD AR Tetradrachm (9.43g). Struck 48-49 AD. Bust left, wearing tiara rev. Tyche presenting diadem to enthroned King. Toned. gF/VF. cf GIC-5791. Sel-65/21, Shore-361. $150 $200

5732 Vardanes II 55-58 AD AR Tetradrachm (13.62g). Struck 56-57 AD. Bust left, wearing tiara rev. Tyche presenting diadem to enthroned King. Some porosity, toned. VF/F. cf GIC-5806. Shore-382/383. (P) $150 $200

5733 Vologases VI 208-228 AD AR Tetradrachm (9.3g). Struck 208-209 AD. Bust left, wearing tiara rev. Tyche presenting diadem to enthroned king. Toned. gVF/VF. cf GIC-5874, Shore-450(S). (P) $180 $250

5734 Hephthalites: "Nezak" (Kapisa Kabul) late c6th AD. AR Drachm (3.27g). Bust right wearing bull headdress, Pahlavi "A" behind bust. rev. Altar & attendants. cf MAC-1507-9, Gobl Hunnen Em-200. Usual flan cracks, bold strike EF. Scarce. (P) $100 $150

5735 Indo-Greek: Menander c160-145 BC. Square AE Chalkos (2.85g). Head of elephant right, bell round neck. rev. Club upright, Karosthi legend around. S-7616, Mitch type 240. VF-EF. $120 $160

5736 Indo-Scythian. Azes 57 BC-c12 BC. AR Tetradrachm (9.77g). King mounted on horse facing right holding whip; rev: Pallas standing right holding spear & palm. Senior-98.361. gVF or better. (P) $150 $200

5737 Indo-Scythian: Azes 57 BC-c12 BC. AR Tetradrachm (9.20g) King mounted on horse facing right holding whip, rev. Pallas standing right holding spear & palm Senior-98.370 VF/gVF (P) $120 $160

5738 Kingdom of the Indo-Scythians. Azes c57-c12 BC AR Tetradrachm (9.32g). King on horseback right rev. Athena standing right holding spear & shield. Upset dies 90 degrees, lightly toned. VF/gVF. Senior-98.166T. (P) $120 $150

5739 Kidarite: Sulakha c350-385 AD. AR Drachm (3.80g). Peshawar region. Crowned facing bust wearing headdress. rev. Sasanian style fire altar & attendants. Gobl-11. EF. Rare. (P) $600 $800

5740 Sogdiana: Anonymous c700-730 AD. AR "Mug" Drachm (3.05g). Bukharkhadat type crowned bust right, Sogdiana legend before. rev. Fire altar & attendants. Scarce type EF. (P) $150 $200

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AUSTRALIA

AUSTRALIAN SHIPWRECK COINS

All coins have WA Museum certificates and Permits of Sale

The Batavia’



Batavia, the flagship (600 tons) of the Dutch East Indian Company, was wrecked on Moring Reef off Beacon Island in the Abrolhos group of islands 60 kilometres west of Geraldton on the Western Australian coast, on June 4 1629, while en route to Java. the most infamous of the West Australian shipwrecks.

5741 Austria: Ferdinand I (1521-64) AR ½ Taler. c.1550. Bust right; rev: Double headed eagle. Edge chip, flan crack G. Extremely rare, this date unrecorded & only 1 other Austrian ½ Taler (in WA Museum) recovered from the wreck. West Australian Museum certificate no 11977. (P) $1400 $2000

5742 Germany, Mansfield-Eigentliche-Hinterort. David silver half thaler 1617. (11.997g) St George & dragon. rev. Crowned arms dividing A - K & date. KM-68, D-type 6979. West Australian Museum Certificate no 10770. Overall seawater corrosion, wear wise VF or better. Very Rare. Not in the WA Museum collection & probably unique from this wreck (P) $2500 $3500



5743 Netherlands, Friesland, Eagle Daalder,1598 (25.065g) Crowned double headed eagle with arms on breast. rev. Bust with sword right. D-8813. West Australian Museum Certificate no 10795. Porous F Very Scarce, only 8 recorded of this type all in poor condition.. (P) $1500 $2000

5744 Netherlands, Holland: Rijksdaalder (16)22. Laureate ½ figure holding sword & provincial arms; rev: Crowned shield dividing date. D-4831, KM-18. VG natural flan crack. In the WA Museum coll'n there are 17 coins of this date found on the wreck, 8 of them in poor condition. West Australian Museum certificate no 11991. (P) $750 $1000

5745 Spanish Netherlands, Brabant, Philip II silver Burgundian Daalder, 1568, Maastricht. (26.858g). Crown above cross dividing date. rev. Crowned arms in Order chain. D-8640. Western Australian Museum Certificate no 10894. Rare only 3 of this date recorded (P) $1800 $2500

The Vergulde Draeck’ or ‘Gilt Dragon’



A VOC merchant ship, the Gilt Dragon was wrecked off Cape Leschenault,WesternAustralia on 28 April 1656 while on a voyage to the Dutch East Indies

5746 Bolivia: Potosi Mint Philip IV (1621-1665) cob 8 Reales, 1653, assayer E, 1-Phillips--6/P-8-E/PLV-SVL-TRA/E-52-P in 4 lines between crowned pillars, (CC type 100var; Cb.1043; Yr.971). Some flat spots on a squarish flan, clear date. gF. Western Australian Museum Certificate #3167. (P) $800 $1300

5747 Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV (1621-65) cob 2 Reales, 1639, assayer P (CC type 144). Struck on small flan but date and mintmark clear. VG, rare date. Western Australian Museum Certificate #11583(3745). (P) $1000 $1500

5748 Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV (1621-65) cob 4 Reales 1652 assayer P. F. C-type 91, 6135; KM-38. West Australian Museum certificate no 3201. (P) $450 $600

5749 Mexico: Mexico Mint Philip IV (1621-65) cob 8 Reales 1652 assayer P. C-type 107, 6450; KM-45. Some flat areas, clear date & mm. West Australian Museum certificate no 11554. (P) $600 $800

The ‘Rapid’

A three masted wooden vessel of 367 tons. registered. Boston, USA, 1807, the Rapid was wrecked at Ningaloo Reef near Point Cloates, WA on 7 January 1811

5750 Bolivia: Potosi Mint 1778 Charles III 8 Reales. Assayer PR (26.454g). KM-55. Deeply toned F/aVF. Western Australian Museum Certificate no 11258 (P) $750 $1000

5751 Mexico: Mexico Mint 1785 Charles III 8 Reales assayer FM (26.434g). KM-105. Toned F, no seawater corrosion. West Australian Museum Certificate no 11252. (P) $700 $1000

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PROCLAMATION COINS

5752 Bolivia: 1792 PTS PR Charles IIII 4 Reales. KM-72. VG. $50 $75

5753 Bolivia: 1798PTS PP Carolus IIII 8 Reales. KM-73. Bright EF. McD cat $750. (P) $300 $400

5754 Bolivia: 1808PTS PJ Charles IIII 8 Reales wide date. KM-73. Call-1304var. aU/UNC. McD cat EF $750, UNC $1250 as cheapest type. (P) $450 $600

5755 Bolivia: 1808PTS PJ Charles IV 4 Reales. KM-72. Toned VF (P) $180 $240

5756 Bolivia: 1816PTS PJ Ferdinand VII 8 Reales. KM-84. Cple of tiny deposits, lustrous EF. McD cat $750. (P) $200 $300

5757 Bolivia: 1818PTS PJ Ferdinand VII 8 Reales. KM-84. Lustrous gEF, lustre on tops of letters but central portrait weakly struck as often. McD cat EF $750. (P) $250 $350

5758 Bolivia: 1820PTS PJ Ferdinand VII 8 Reales. KM-84. aEF. Struck from worn die. McD cat EF $750. (P) $250 $350

5759 Brazil: 1755R Jose I Gold 6400 Reis (1/2 Johanna) KM-172.2. Lustrous aEF. (P) $1500 $1800



5760 Brazil: 1768R Jose I Gold 6400 Reis. KM-172.2 Ex jewellery F. (P) $1000 $1200

5761 Brazil: 1779 Maria I & Pedro III Gold 6400 Reis or Half Johanna. KM-199.2. EF. (P) $1500 $1800

5762 Brazil: 1783 Maria I & Pedro III. Gold 6400 Reis KM-199.2 Lustrous EF/aU (P) $1500 $1800

5763 Brazil: 1794R Maria I Gold 6400 Reis. KM-226.1 Lustrous aU (P) $1500 $2000



5764 Brazil: 1810/09R Joao Gold 6400 Reis (½ Johanna). Slabbed NGC MS61. KM-236.1. Scarce type. (P) $2000 $2400

5765 Brazil: 1814B Joao 960 Reis overstruck on Mexico Charles IIII 1804 TH 8 Reales. KM-307.1. Nice old time tone. gVF. (P) $100 $130

5766 Brazil: 1815B Joao 960 Reis overstruck on Charles IIII 1808 8 Reales. KM-307.1. gVF. (P) $100 $130

5767 Brazil: 1816B Joao 960 Reis overstruck on Ferdinand Seville 1815 CJ 8 Reales. KM-307.1. Bright EF. Scarce on this host coin. (P) $120 $160

5768 Brazil: 1820R Joao VI 960 Reis overstruck on Chile Republic (1817-20) Peso. KM-326.1. Host coin KM-82.2. aEF, a little weakly struck in centre. Host coin is scarce. (P) $140 $180

5769 Colombia: 1804NR JJ Charles IV Gold 8 Escudos. KM-62.1. Bust a little weak as usual, VF for issue. (P) $1300 $1600

5770 Great Britain: 1749 George II ¼d. Slabbed PCGS XF45. S-3722 cat EF £250. (P) $180 $250

5771 Great Britain: 1758 George II 1/-. S-3704. EF. (P) $150 $200

5772 Great Britain: 1771 George III ½d. S-3774, cat £275, unpriced higher. Slabbed NGC MS 63 BN. (P) $400 $600

5773 Great Britain: 1771 George III ½d. S-3774 cat £275, unpriced UNC. Slabbed PCGS MS64 RB. Rare in such high grade. (P) $600 $800

5774 Great Britain: 1787 George III 6d with semee of hearts. S-3749. Toned aEF. (P) $70 $90

5775 Great Britain: 1797 George III 6d with semee of hearts. S-3749. BU. (P) $200 $300

5776 Great Britain: 1787 George III 1/- with semee of hearts. EF. S-3746. McD cat $275 (P) $120 $160

5777 Great Britain: 1788 George III Gold Guinea. KM-609, S-3729. Slabbed NGC AU 55. Struck the year the first fleet arrived. (P) $900 $1200

5778 Great Britain: 1797 George III ½d pattern ( period restrike). Peck-R61. Practically as struck. Rare (P) $600 $700

5779 Great Britain: 1797 Charles III Cartwheel 1d. Lustrous EF with proof-like fields. S-3777 cat EF £325. McD cat $850 (P) $400 $500

5780 Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 1d. aEF/EF. S-3777. McD cat EF $850 (P) $200 $300

5781 Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 1d. S-3777 cat £300, McD cat EF $850. aEF/EF. (P) $300 $375

5782 Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 1d. Chocolate EF with orange highlights. S-3777. Cat £325. McD cat $850 (P) $300 $400

5783 Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 2d. S-3776. Minor edge bumps aEF (P) $200 $300

5784 Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 2d. S-3776 cat £400. The usual edge knocks EF. (P) $300 $500

5785 Great Britain: 1797 George III Cartwheel 2d. S-3776. Odd minor contact mks, near EF (P) $275 $375

Enlarged photos of all lots illustrated in the catalogue and many other scans can be viewed on our website

5786 Great Britain: ND(1797) George III Bank of England oval c/m of George III on obv of Bolivia 1792PR 8 Reales (KM-634). Scarce host coin. VF/gVF. S-3765A cat VF £650. These coins are doubly interesting as not only a proclamation coin in their own right but also as an emergency issue in England where they were officially c/s by the Royal Mint with a value of 4/9 (P) $650 $800

5787 Great Britain: 1798 George III Gold Spade Guinea. S-3729. Well struck UNC. (P) $1300 $1800

5788 Great Britain: 1799 George III ½d 5 gun ports. Slabbed NGC MS62BN. S-3778 cat £180. (P) $200 $300

5789 Great Britain: 1799 George III ½d. S-3778. EF $60 $100

5790 Great Britain: 1799 George III ½d. Gilt Copper proof. S-3778. EF (P) $300 $400

5791 Great Britain: 1801 George III Gold ½ Guinea S-3736. UNC. (P) $700 $1000

5792 Great Britain: 1804 George III Bank of England $1. Top leaf to left side of E struck on a Charles IV Bolivia 8 Reales assayer JR (1773 to 1776) S-3768. Tiny metal flake. aEF. (P) $400 $500

5793 Great Britain: 1805 George III Pattern 1d period restrike at Soho mint. Peck-1294. Lovely toned, near FDC. Recent sales at auction for coins not as nice $1300 & $1400 + comm. (P) $1000 $1500

5794 Great Britain: 1806 George III ½d rev no berries. S-3781. Fully lustrous orange-brown UNC. (P) $220 $275

5795 Great Britain: 1806 George III proof ½d. S-3781. Choice. Slabbed NGC PF 64 BN. (P) $500 $750

5796 Great Britain: 1806 George III 1d. S-3780. Purple-orange/Orange UNC. (P) $300 $400

5797 Great Britain: 1806 George III Gold Half Guinea. S-3737. VF. (P) $500 $700

5798 Great Britain: 1813 George III 1/6 Bank Token. S-3772 cat EF $150 unpriced UNC. Lovely purple orange tone. Practically UNC. (P) $220 $300

5799 Great Britain: 1815 George III 1/6 Bank Token. S-3772 cat EF $150 unpriced UNC. Steel grey tone with considerable underlying lustre. (P) $220 $350

5800 India-Bengal Presidency: Yr 45 (1806-19) ¼ Rupee. Farrukhabad, KM-66. Pr-316. Nicely toned EF $130 $160

5801 India-Bengal Presidency: AH1204 Yr 19 (1793-1818) ¼ Rupee. Mushidabad mint struck at Calcutta. KM-96.1, Pr-159 sm edge adjustment mks. Gunmetal blue tone over full lustre. Choice UNC. Rare this nice! (P) $180 $250

5802 India-Bengal Presidency: AH1204 Yr 19 ¼ Rupee. Mushidabad KM-104, Pr-174. Near full lustre, Choice UNC (P) $150 $200

5803 India-Bengal Presidency: ND Yr 19 ½ Rupee Calcutta mint struck 1793-1818. Oblique milling large 19 variety. KM-97. Pr-158. Lustrous aU. (P) $140 $180

5804 India-Bengal Presidency: ND Yr 19 (1793-1818) ½ Rupee. Murshidabad mint. KM-97.1, Pr-158. Nicely toned UNC (P) $150 $200

5805 India-Bengal Presidency: ND Yr 19 (1793-1818) Rupee. Murshidabad mint. KM-99, Pr-157. Light adjustment mks. Toned UNC (P) $140 $180

5806 India-Bengal Presidency: ND Yr 45 ¼ Rupee Farrukhabad mint. Struck 1806-19. KM-66, Pr-316. Small ek, nicely toned. EF. (P) $80 $120

5807 India-Bengal Presidency: ND Yr 19 Rupee. Mushidabad S on top left of rev. vertical milling, struck on thick flan. KM-109, Pr-176. Rare type (P) $200 $300

5808 India-Bengal Presidency: AH1202 Yr 19 (1806) Gold Mohur. Murshidabad mint. KM-113. Lustrous aU. (P) $1200 $1500

5809 India-Bengal Presidency: AH1202 Yr 19 (1806) Gold Mohur. Murshidabad mint. KM-113. aEF. (P) $900 $1200

5810 India-Bombay Presidency: AH1215 Yr 46 Rupee. Calcutta mint. vert milling, variety struck off centre. KM-221. Light adjustment mks EF/gEF. (P) $200 $275

5811 India-Madras Presidency: ND (1740-1807) Gold Star Pagoda. KM-303. EF (P) $350 $500

5812 India-Madras Presidency: 1808 20 Cash EIC KM-321 EF (P) $75 $100

5813 India-Madras Presidency: AH1172 Yr 6 Frozen (1817-35) Rupee. Low relief rose. KM-427, Pr-263. EF flan adjustment mks, minor eks. Scarce. (P) $150 $200

5814 India-Mughal: 1719-48 Muhammad Shah gold Pagoda. 3.34g. Imtiyazgarh Yr 3. KM-E440.1. gVF, small edge test cut. Unpriced, listed as RARE. (P) $400 $600

5815 Mexico: 1740MF Philip V Pillar 8 Reales. KM-103. aEF (P) $500 $700

5816 Mexico: 1741MF Philip V Pillar 8 Reales. KM-103. Ex wreck, originally practically as struck. Sea water corr. (P) $275 $375

5817 Mexico: 1742MF Philip V Pillar 8 Reales. KM-103. Ex wreck. Originally practically as struck but has seawater corr, most obvious around lower legend (P) $250 $350

5818 Mexico: 1742MF Philip V Pillar 8 Reales. KM-103. aEF (P) $500 $650

5819 Mexico: 1742MF Philip V 8 Reales. Pillar type with over 15 chop marks, mostly on reverse inc a number of larger chops in cartouches. KM-103. VF. (P) $250 $350

5820 Mexico: 1745M Philip V Pillar Real. KM-75.2. aVF/VF. (P) $80 $100

5821 Mexico: 1745MF Philip V Pillar 8 Reales. KM-103. gVF (P) $375 $500

5822 Mexico: 1745MF Philip V 8 Reales. KM-103. VF. (P) $375 $500

5823 Mexico: 1752MF Ferdinand VI Pillar 8 Reales. KM-104.1. VF. (P) $375 $500

5824 Mexico: 1753M Ferdinand VI Pillar ½ Real. KM-67.1. Central area not well struck EF, scarce in higher grades. (P) $250 $300

5825 Mexico: 1753MF Ferdinand VI Pillar 8 Reales. KM-104.1. gVF (P) $375 $500

5826 Mexico: 1755F Ferdinand VI Pillar 2 Reales. KM-86.1. F. $80 $100

5827 Mexico: 1755MM Ferdinand VI Pillar 8 Reales. KM-104.2 gVF (P) $375 $500

5828 Mexico: 1757MM Ferdinand VI Pillar 8 Reales. KM-104.2. "E" on rev: aEF (P) $275 $375

5829 Mexico: 1758MM Ferdinand VI 8 Reales. Pillar type. KM-104.2. EF. (P) $400 $500

5830 Mexico: 1762MM Charles III 8 Reales Pillar type with 20+ chop marks. KM-105. Interesting VF+ (P) $300 $400

5831 Mexico: 1763M Charles III Pillar 2 Reales. KM-87. gVF/aEF. (P) $170 $220

5832 Mexico: 1763MF Charles III Pillar 8 Reales. KM-105. Rev scr, aEF (P) $275 $375

5833 Mexico: 1767MF Charles III Pillar 8 Reales. KM-105. Light old-time scr VF (P) $275 $375

5834 Mexico: 1769MF Charles III 8 Reales. Pillar type. Porous surface, perhaps ex wreck. gVF (P) $250 $350

5835 Mexico: 1770FM Charles III Pillar 8 Reales. KM-105. VF. A coin from the year Captain Cook discovered Australia (P) $350 $450

5836 Mexico: 1781FF Charles III ½ Real. KM-69.2. Lustrous aU/UNC. (P) $180 $250

5837 Mexico: 1782FF Charles III 8 Reales. KM-106.2. Sm natural obv flan flaw. Nicely toned aU. McD cat EF $750 (P) $200 $300

5838 Mexico: 1789FM Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-107. Attractively toned, considerable underlying lustre superb aU/UNC. (P) $600 $800

5839 Mexico: 1799FM Charles IIII ½ Real Lustrous aU/UNC (P) $160 $200

5840 Mexico: 1803FT Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-109. Lustrous UNC, slabbed NGC MS-62. (P) $600 $750

5841 Mexico: 1803FT Charles IIII Real. KM-81. A little weakly struck in places as usual, aEF. (P) $80 $100

5842 Mexico: 1807TH Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-109. 2 small obv Chinese chop marks. Lustrous aU. McD cat EF $750, UNC $1250 (P) $450 $600

5843 Mexico: 1808TH Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-109. Lustrous gEF/UNC. McD cat EF $750 (P) $350 $500

5844 Mexico: 1809TH Ferdinand VII 8 Reales. KM-110. Lustrous, slabbed NGC AU 55. (P) $300 $400

5845 Mexico: 1810HJ Ferdinand VII 8 Reales. KM-110 variety 2nd O in date punched high. Small flan flaw in hair. Toned EF. McD cat $750 (P) $220 $300

5846 Netherlands-Batavia Republic: 1803 Gold Ducat. KM-11.3. Practically UNC. (P) $600 $800

5847 Netherlands-Gelderland: 1763 Gulden. KM-100.1. Struck from worn die, lustrous aU. McD cat EF $450, UNC $775. (P) $275 $375

5848 Netherlands-Holland: 1749 10 Stuivers (½ Gulden). KM-95 Choice UNC. Slabbed NGC MS63. (P) $325 $500

5849 Netherlands-Holland: 1758 ¼ Gulden. Attractive UNC. Slabbed NGC MS61. (P) $250 $350

5850 Netherlands-Holland: 1759 ¼ Gulden. Attractive UNC. Slabbed NGC MS61. (P) $250 $350

5851 Netherlands-Utrecht: 1759 ¼ Gulden. KM-113. Lustrous EF/aU (P) $150 $200

5852 Netherlands-Utrecht: 1762 Gulden. KM-102. Soft strike, fully lustrous, virtually as struck. UNC. (P) $600 $800

5853 Netherlands-Utrecht: 1776 ½ Silver Ducat = ½ Gulden. KM-116. Well struck, dark even tone. Slabbed NGC AU 58. (P) $400 $500

5854 Netherlands-Utrecht: 1785 Ducaton (60 Stuivers-Silver Rider) = 3 Gulden. Lovely natural coin, superb tone. KM-92. Slabbed NGC AU 58. Rare in high grade. (P) $900 $1200

5855 Netherlands-Utrecht: 1791 Gulden. KM-102.3. Top of lion not struck up aEF. McD cat EF $425. (P) $180 $250

5856 Netherlands-Utrecht: 1793 Gulden. KM-102.3. Lustrous UNC. McD cat $775. (P) $500 $700

5857 Netherlands-Zeeland: 1595 AV Ducat. Knight standing, rev. tablet with legend. Fr-307. Old golden tone. EF (P) $600 $800

5858 Peru: 1799 LIMAE IJ Charles IIII 8 Reales KM-97. Fully lustrous, as struck. McD cat $1,250. (P) $600 $1000

5859 Peru: 1801 LIMAE IJ Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Lustrous UNC. McD cat $1,250 for cheapest type (which this isn't). (P) $600 $1000

5860 Peru: 1802 LIMAE IJ Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Fully lustrous UNC. McD cat $1,250 for cheapest type (which this isn't). (P) $600 $1000

5861 Peru: 1803 LIMAE IJ Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Fully lustrous Choice UNC/BU. McD cat $1,250 for cheapest type (which this isn't). (P) $600 $1000

5862 Peru: 1804 LIMAE JP Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Fully lustrous UNC. McD cat $1,250 for cheapest type (which this isn't). (P) $600 $1000

5863 Peru: 1805 LIMAE JP Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Toning in devices. Choice aU. McD cat $750. (P) $350 $450

5864 Peru: 1806 LIMAE JP Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Lustrous as struck. UNC. McD cat $1,250 for cheapest type (which this isn't). (P) $600 $800

5865 Peru: 1806 LIMAE JP Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Ex wreck, minor seawater corr around bottom of obv legend, near full lustre aU/UNC. (P) $375 $500

5866 Peru: 1806 LIMAE JP Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Minor peripheral deposits, fully lustrous UNC. McD cat $1,250 for cheapest type (which this isn't). (P) $500 $800

5867 Peru: 1807 LIMAE JP Charles 8 Reales. KM-97. Almost full lustre, aU/UNC. McD cat $750, UNC $1250. (P) $450 $600

5868 Peru: 1808 LIMAE JP Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. aU/UNC. McD cat EF $750, UNC $1,250. (P) $400 $600

5869 Peru: 1795 LIMAE IJ Charles IIII 8 Reales. KM-97. Obv has been wiped, 1 small Chinese chop on portrait. Lustrous aU. McD cat EF $750 (P) $250 $350

5870 Spain: 1787DV Charles III Gold Escudo. KM-416.1a. VF+/aEF. (P) $325 $400

5871 Spain: 1787DV Charles III Gold 4 Escudos. KM-418.1a. gVF. (P) $900 $1200

5872 Spain: 1791MF Charles IV Gold 4 Escudos. KM-436.1. Lustrous EF/aU. (P) $1100 $1400

5873 Spain: 1808AI Charles IV Gold 2 Escudos. KM-435.1. gVF/EF. (P) $500 $600

5874 Spain: 1811CI Ferdinand VII 8 Reales. Cadiz mint. KM-466.2. Old-time obv field scr, nicely toned gVF. Scarce (P) $300 $400

HOLEY DOLLARS & DUMPS

5875 1813 New South Wales Dump (Fifteen Pence). Mira obverse type A/D. Crown visible plus 'shadow' of fifteen pence. Poor, holed as cheap as they come (P) $700 $900

5876 1813 New South Wales Dump (fifteen pence) type D/2. Poor/G. Type D/2 dumps are scarce. Budget example of one of Australia's most famous coins. (P) $2000 $3000

5877 1813 New South Wales Dump (fifteen pence). Mira dies A/1. Almost all details visible. Has been clnd, surface a little porous. Excellent budget example of one of Australia's most popular coins. (P) $3500 $4500

5878 1813 New South Wales Dump (fifteen pence) Mira type A/1. Strong crown & partial date. Fifteen Pence discernable. G/VG (P) $4000 $5000



5879 1813 New South Wales Holey Dollar & Dump, cast silver forgeries. The dollar c/s on Mexico 1760MM Charles III Pillar 8 Reales. Good gap fillers. (2) (P) $200 $300

GOLD NUGGETS

5880 1.9 gram natural gold nugget. Vendor claims ex Ballarat gold fields. Reserved at gold value. $100 $130

5881 2.8 gram natural gold nugget. Vendor claims ex Bendigo gold fields. Reserved at gold value $150 $160

5882 Gold specimen in quartz. Nice!! with gold poking out about 30 separate parts. Specific gravity test not done but from experience we estimate specimen to contain around 10g of gold. Total weight 63.27g ex Lucknow NSW museum sale. (P) $500 $750

ADELAIDE ASSAY OFFICE COINS

5883 Adelaide Assay Office, Adelaide Pound 1852, 2nd type with crenulated inner circle on reverse. Wear wise EF but a little uneven/weakly struck. (P) $10000 $13000

5884 Adelaide Assay Office, Adelaide Pound 1852, 2nd type with crenulated inner circle on reverse. Later strike (rim 10-11 o'clock weak). gVF. Rare. (P) $12000 $15000

5885 Adelaide Assay Office, Adelaide Pound 1852, 2nd type with crenulated inner circle on reverse. Obv rim bruise at 7 o'clock. Typical later die state strike with weak milling in parts. Old original tone with some lustre in devices. gVF. $9000 $12000

5886 Adelaide Assay Office, Adelaide Pound 1852, 2nd type with crenulated inner circle on reverse. Ex Jewellery, rim files, no milling. VF appearance. (P) $2000 $3000

5887 Adelaide Assay Office, Adelaide £5 1852. Modern forgery in gold, edge unfinished. UNC. 22ct, 39.43g, AGW 1.16248oz. Reserve just above gold value. (P) $2200 $2500

PORT PHILLIP COINS

5888 Kangaroo Office Port Phillip 1oz 1853 milled edge, 28mm, 13.04g. Gilt. As struck. One of the original David Gee forgeries from the 1960s. Historically interesting & almost certainly the only way you will own an example of this famous numismatic issue. $300 $400

5889 Kangaroo Office Port Phillip 2oz 1853 struck in copper, 35mm, 18.18g. UNC with prooflike fields & trace of gilding. One of the original David Gee forgeries from the 1960s. (P) $350 $500

5890 Kangaroo Office Port Phillip ½oz 1854 struck in copper, 22mm, 5.30g. Wire rim prooflike fields, UNC. One of the original David Gee "pattern" forgeries from the 1960s. (P) $300 $500

5891 Kangaroo Office Port Phillip 2oz without date cast gilt plain edge, 35mm, 36.53g. As made. One of the original David Gee forgeries from the 1960s. $200 $300

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