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First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and it any dispute arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided the Auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute.

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ORDER, 1966

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GLENDINING & CO. LTD

Catalogue of

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ANCIENT, ENGLISH & FOREIGN COINS

in Gold, Silver & Bronze

ORDER OF SALE WEDNESDAY, 17th MAY, 1967:

at 10 a.m.:— Ancient Coins Lots 1 to Foreign Gold Coins Lots 120 to at 1 p.m.:— Foreign Silver Coins Lots 222 to Ancient Coins Lots 367 to Foreign Gold Coins Lots 387 to

Foreign and Colonial Silver Coins, etc. Lots 450 to

THURSDAY, 18th MAY, 1967:

at 10 a.m.:— English Gold Coins Lots 521 to at 1 p.m.:— English Silver and Copper Coins Lots 686 to

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CATALOGUE OF

ANCIENT, ENGLISH & FOREIGN COINS

IN GOLD, SILVER & BRONZE FIRST DAY OF SALE

Wednesday, May 17th, 1967

commencing at 10 a.m. precisely

GREEK COINS

Lot 1* Gatiia. Auriol Hoard. Diobol, about 490 B.C., diademed head r., yeu. incuse square (Babelon pl. 84, 4). Very fine. 1 2 —— —— Obol, bearded head r., vev. incuse square (Babelon pl. 185, 9). Very fine. 1

3 ErruriA. Populonia, Didrachm, about 350 B.C., Gorgoneion, below, mark of value, X —X, vev. plain (Sambon 50e), very fine; another, similar (Sambon 58), fine. 2

4 Carapria. Tarentum, Didrachm, about 280 B.C., armed horse- man to 1., holding round shield, vev. Taras astride on dol- phin to 1., holding bunch of grapes and distaff (Vlasto 796).

Fine. 1 5* —— Didrachm, horseman prancing r., holding spear, rev.

Taras astride on dolphin to 1., holding kantharos and

distaff, in field r., amphora (Vlasto 906). Very fine. 1 6 —— —— Didrachm of reduced weight, struck under Hannibal,

212-209, naked boy-rider to r., crowning his horse, rev. Taras on dolphin to 1., holding aplustrum and staff (Vlasto 971), fine; another, similar, boy-rider to 1., vev. Taras hold- ing cornucopie and being crowned by Nike (Vlasto 876), very fine. Z

7* LucantA. Metapontum, Stater, about 520 B.C., ear of barley, rev, same as obverse, incuse (Noe 89). Very fine. 1

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Lot 5 0 0 8 —— Thurium, Didrachm, about 410, head of Athena in close- fitting helmet to r., rev. bull butting to r., in exergue, river- fish tor. (BMC 51). Fine. 3.0 0 9 —— —— Didrachm, about 375 B.C., similar to last (BMC 88).

Fine.

24 0 0 10* Brurtium. Brettii, Octobol, about 220 B.C., head of Amphitrie, veiled, to r., behind, fly, rev. Poseidon standing 1., hold-

ing sceptre, to 1., eagle holding wreath (BMC 11/12 var.). Rare, fine.

23 0 0 11* —— —— Drachm, about 220 B.C., winged bust of Nike r., wearing diadem, behind, plough, vev. naked youth crowning himself, in field r., altar (BMC 24). Very fine.

12 00 12 —— Caulonia, Stater, about 450, Apollo to r., in field r. stag, rev. stag tor., in field r., plant (Noe 88). Fine.

27:0 «0 13* Sicrry. Agrigentum, Didrachm, about 490 B.C., eagle standing l., vev. crab in round incuse (BMC 11). About extremely

fine.

32 0 0 14* —— Gela, Tetradrachm, about 450, quadriga to r., behind, column, rev. forepart of river-god Gelas to r. (BMC 11; Rizzo pl. 17, 9 var.). Rare, fine.

75 0 0 15* —— Leontini, Tetradrachm, about 430, head of Apollo, laureate, to r., rev. head of lion to r., around, four corns of barley (BMC 35; Rizzo pl. 23, 21). Very fine.

60 0 0 i6* ——— Messana, Tetradrachm, about 460 B.C., biga of mules to r., crowned by Nike, in exergue, laurel-leaf, rev. hare to r., below, spray of olive (BMC 18; Rizzo —, cp. pl. 25, 14).

Extremely fine, rare.

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Tetradrachm, about 410, biga of mules to 1., in exergue, two dolphins, vev. hare to |., beneath, ear of barley, above, eagle flying 1. (BMC 54; Rizzo pl. 27, 5-7 var.). Rare, very fine.

24 0 0 18* —— Segesta, Didrachm, about 450, hound to r., his nose to the ground, rev. head of nymph Segesta to r., wearing diadem (BMC 2; Rizzo pl. 61, 1). About very fine.

7 Lor 19* —— Selinus, Tetradrachm, about 425, quadriga to r., driven by Apollo and Artemis, rev. river-god Selinus to l., wearing himation, sacrificing at altar, before altar, cock 1., in field r., bull standing 1. on base, above, leaf (BMC 29; Schwa- bacher 18). Rare, very fine.

20* —— Syracuse, Tetradrachm, about 495, quadriga to r., above, Nike with spread wings, flying r. and crowning horses, vev. head of nymph Arethusa to r., wearing diadem of pearls, around, four dolphins (Boehringer 59). Rare, very

fine.

21* —__ —— Tetradrachm, about 460, quadriga to r., in exergue, pistrix to r., rev. head of Arethusa to r., hair rolled and tied with diadem, around, four dolphins (Boehringer 509).

Very fine.

22* —__ —__ Agathocles (317-298), Tetradrachm, head of Perse- phone 1|., wearing wreath of corn, below neck, NK, around, four dolphins, rev. quadriga to 1., horses prancing, above, triskelis, in exergue, monogram of Agathocles (BMC 347). Very fine.

23 —— —— Philistis (275-216), 16-Litre, veiled and diademed head of Philistis to ]., behind, star, rev. quadriga to r., driven by Nike, above, horses, star, in front, K (BMC 547). Very fine.

24* ZEUGITANA. Carthage, Tetradrachm, about 360 B.C., struck in Sicily, head of Persephone to |., wearing wreath of corn, around, four dolphins, vev. horse’s head to 1., below, Punic inscription, behind, palm-tree (Muller 13). Fine.

25* —__ —— Electrum Stater, about 330, head of Persephone to l., wearing wreath of corn, rev. horse standing r. (Muller 50). Fine.

26 TuHractA. Tracian Chersonesus, Tetrobol, about 380 B.C., fore- part of lion to r., looking back, vev. quadripartite incuse square, in the deeper impressions two dots (BMC 8), very tae another, similar, on rev. A above pellet (BMC 15),

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27 IsLAND OFF THRACE. Thasos, Tetradrachm, after 146 B.C., youth- ful head of Dionysus to r., wearing crown of ivy, rev. Her- cules, naked, standing to 1., holding club and lion’s skin (BMC 72). Very fine.

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28* Kincs or Turace. Lysimachus (323-281), Tetradrachm, uncer- tain mint, head of Alexander the Great, wearing diadem and ram’s horn, vev. Athena, helmeted, seated to 1., hold-

ing spear and small victory, in field, monogram (Muller 320). About very fine.

29 Kuincs or Maceponta. Alexander III the Great (336-323), Tetra- drachm, mint of Amphipolis, head of Hercules to r., wear- ing lion’s scalp, rev. Zeus, wearing himation, seated on throne to l., holding sceptre in 1. hand and eagle on ex- tended r. hand, to 1., tnpod (Muller 146 var.), extremely fine; another, similar, on rev. cock (Muller 392), extremely

fine.

30* —— Tetradrachm, posthumous issue of Miletus, head of Hercules in lion’s scalp to r., rev. Zeus seated 1., holding sceptre and eagle, to 1., badge of Milet above monogram (Muller —). Rare, about extremely fine.

31 —— ~——— Tetradrachm, posthumous issue of Temnos, similar to

last, on rev. amphora and grapes on vinestalk (Muller 963), fine; Drachm, similar, symbols indistinct, very fine.

32* MACEDONIA AS ROMAN PRovincE. Aesillas, Questor, 93-88 B.C., Tetradrachm, mint of Pella, head of Alexander the Great to r., rev. money chest, club and chair within wreath (Gaebler 219). Extremely fine.

33* TuHEssALy. Larisa, Drachm, about 360 B.C., head of nymph

Larisa facing, rev. horse standing r., grazing (BMC 57). Extremely fine.

34 Ittyrta. Apollonia, Drachm, end of 2nd century B.C., cow to l., suckling calf, above, magistrate’s name, in exergue, monogram, vev. double floral pattern, around, magistrate’s name (BMC 24). Extremely fine.

35* Agtorta. Aetolian League, 279-168 B.C., Hemidrachm, about 200 B.C., head of Aetolia to r., wearing petasos, rev. Calydonian boar running to r., in exergue, spear-head (BMC 20 var). Very fine.

36* EupogaA. Chalkis, Drachm, about 340 B.C., head of Hera to r., vev. eagle flying upwards, holding serpent in beak and talons, below, indistinct symbol (BMC 41 sq.). Very fine.

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37 —— Histizwa, Tetrobol, about 180 B.C., head of Maenad to r., wearing wreath of vine and grapes, rev. nymph Histiza to r., sitting on stern of galley (BMC 34). About extremely fine.

38* Attica, Athens, Tetradrachm, about 520 B.C., head of Athena to r., wearing crested Athenian helmet, sev. owl standing r., to l., olive twig with berry (cf. BMC pl. I, 7).

as Tetradrachm, about 350 B.C., head of Athena to r., wearing helmet bound with olive-wreath, rev. owl standing to r., head facing, to 1|., olive twig, beneath, crescent (BMC pl. V, 3). Very fine.

40 —— ——— Tetradrachm, ‘‘New Style’, 160/159 B.C., head of

Athena to r., wearing helmet with triple crest, rev. owl standing to r. on amphora, in field, magistrate’s name and cornucopie, the whole in olive-wreath (Thompson 426), fine; another, similar but eagle instead of corncupie (Thompson 446), very fine.

41 CORINTH AND COoLoniesS. Corinth, Stater, about 550 B.C., Pegasus flying to 1., yeu. incuse square in form of swastika (BMC 16). Fine.

42* —__ —— Stater, about 330, Pegasus flying 1., rev. head of Athena to 1., wearing Corinthian helmet, behind, egis (BMC 253). Very fine.

48 ——— Stater. about 330, similar to last, behind head of Athena uncertain symbol (cf. BMC 350-354), fine; Argos, Stater, about 320, similar, behind head, Corinthian helmet (BMC pl. 122, 9), fine.

44 __— Drachm, about 380, Pegasus flying 1., rev. head of Aphrodite to r., wearing sakkos (BMC 185), rare, fine; Diobol, about 400, Pegasus flying 1., rev. Pegasus walking 1. (BMC 197), fair.

45* —— Ambracia, Stater, about 360 B.C., Pegasus flying to r.,

rev. head of Athena to 1., wearing Corinthian helmet, behind, tripod (BMC p. 105, 7). Very fine.

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46 —— Leucas, Stater, about 350 B.C., Pegasus flying to 1., rev. head of Athena in Corinthian helmet to 1., behind, Boeotian shield (BMC p. 128, 36 var.), fine; another, similar to last, behind head, mast (BMC p. 133, 97 var.), obverse off- centre, very fine.

47 —— Hemidrachm, about 380 B.C., forepart of Pegasus to

l., rev. head of Aphrodite to 1., hair tied at back of head

(BMC p. 135, 117). About very fine.

48 PELOPONNES. Sicyon, Stater, about 350, Chimera to |., above, wreath, vev. dove flying to 1. within olive-wreath (BMC 56), fine; Hemidrachm, about 350, Chimera to 1., rev. dove flying to 1. (BMC 111), fine.

49 —— Achzan League, Drachm, 280-146 B.C., mint of Aegium, bearded head of Zeus, laureate, to r., rev. monogram and magistrate’s name in laurel wreath (BMC 24), extremely fine; second specimen, very fine.

50 ——- —— Drachm, mint of Elis, similar to last (BMC 57), very fine; another, mint of Mantineia, similar (BMC 102), very fine.

51 —— Argos, Hemidrachm, about 300 B.C., forepart of wolf to

l., rev. large A in incuse square, below, club (BMC 57), fine; another, similar, on rev. crescent (BMC 60), very fine.

52* CreTE. Cnossus, Stater, about 320 B.C., head of Hera to r., hair rolled and tied with diadem, vev. labyrinth (Svoronos pl. VI, 3-5 var). Fine.

53 —— Itanus, Drachm, about 350 B.C., head of Athena to l., wearing Athenian helmet, rev. eagle standing to 1., head turned back, to r., serpent (Svoronos pl. XIX, 18), fair: Obol, head of Athena to 1., rev. star with eight points (Svoronos pl. XIX, 22), fine.

54 Phalasarna, Hemidrachm, about 350 B.C., head of Artemis to r., rev. ornamented trident (Svoronos pl. XXV, 11). Fine.

55* Mysia. Cyzicus, Tetradrachm, about 360 B.C., head of Kore Soteira to 1., veiled, and hair bound with wreath, rev. lion’s head to 1., below, tunny, behind, indistinct symbol (cf. RMC 124 sq.). Obverse fine, reverse very fine.

11 Lor . 56* Pergamon, Attalus I (241-197), Tetradrachm, diademed head of Philiterus to r., rev. Athena, helmeted, seated to l., arm resting on shield, to 1. of inscription, bunch of grapes, to r., A, behind Athena, bow (BMC 36). Very fine.

57* IsLaND OF LesBos. Mytilene, Electrum Hecte, about 450 B.C., forepart of boar to r., rev. lion’s head in linear square (BMC 31). Very fine.

§8* —— Electrum Hecte, about 350 B.C., female head to r., hair in sphendone, rev. lyre in linear square (BMC 64).

Obverse off-centre, extremely fine.

59* Ionra. Phocea, Electrum Hecte, about 380, head of Pan to L hair bound with ivy-wreath, below neck, seal, rev. incuse square (BMC 38). Very fine.

60 —— Uncertain of Ionia, 1/24th Electrum Stater, 6th century B.C., uncertain geometric pattern, rev. incuse square (cf. Babelon pl. III, 14), very fine; 1/48th Electrum Stater, similar to last, very fine.

61 —— —— 1/24th Electrum Stater, second half of 6th century B.C., helmeted head of warrior to r., vev. incuse square (BMC —; Syll. von Aulock 1787). Rare, very fine.

62* Caria. Cnidus, Tetrobol, end of 3rd century B.C., head of Artemis to r., quiver at shoulder, vev. tripod, to ]., name of magistrate Eutherses (BMC —, cf. 48/49). Very fine.

63 —— —— Tetrobol, similar to last but magistrate Kydosthenes (BMC —, cf. 48/49), very fine; second specimen, very fine.

64* CarIAN IsLAnDS. Rhodes, Didrachm, about 250 B.C., radiate head of Helios facing, vev. rose with bud on r., to lL., Artemis holding torch (BMC 131 var.). Very fine.

65* Lycra. Unknown dynast, Stater, about 500 B.C., forepart of

boar to 1., on shoulder, ideogram, vev. incuse square (BMC 6). Rare, fine.

66 -—— Trebiminus, Tetrobol, about 380 B.C., lion’s scalp, rev. triskelis (BMC 147). Fine.

67 PAmpHyLiA. Side, Tetradrachm, about 150 B.C., head of Athena to r., wearing crested helmet, rev. Nike advancing 1., hold- ing wreath, to 1., pomegranate (BMC 38). Very fine.

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SYRIA. Seleucia Pieria, Tetradrachm, about 90 B.C., dated year 15, veiled and turreted head of City-goddess to r., rev. thunderbolt on cushion which is placed on chair, the whole in laurel-wreath (BMC —, cf. 22). Very fine.

SELEUCIS KinGs oF Syria. Seleucus I Nicator (312-280 B.C.), Tetradrachm, mint of Persepolis, head of Seleucus I to r., wearing helmet covered with panther’s skin, vev. Nike standing to r., putting wreath on triphy (Newell ESM pl. XXXII, 7/8). Very rare, fine.

—— Antiochus II Theos (261-256 B.C.), Tetradrachm, uncertain mint, diademed head of King to r., rev. Apollo seated to 1. on omphalos, holding arrow and bow (Newell WSM pl. LXXIX, 14). Fine.

—— Antiochus III the Great (223-187 B.C.), Tetradrachm, mint of Tyre, diademed head of King to r., rev. similar to last, in exergue, club (Newell WSM pl. XLVI, 1/2). Very fine.

—— Demetrius I Nicator (162-150 B.C.), Drachm, mint of Heraclea, diademed head of King to r., rev. cornucopie, Below, date (BMC 37). Fine.

—— Antiochus VII Euergetes (139-129 B.C.), Tetradrachm, diademed head of King to r., rev. Athena, helmeted, stand- ing to 1., holding small Victory, spear and shield (BMC 30). About fine.

——— Antiochus VIII Grypus (121-96 B.C.), Tetradrachm, mint of Sidon, diademed head of King to r., rev. Zeus standing to 1., holding sceptre and star, whole in laurel wreath (BMC 10). Extremely fine.

—— ~—— Tetradrachm, mint of Antioch, fourth reign, diademed head of King to r., rev. Zeus seated to 1., holding small Victory and sceptre, whole in laurel-wreath (Newell, Seleucid Mint of Antioch, 408). Extremely fine.

PuantctA. Sidon, Uncertain King, about 380 B.C., Double- Shekel, war galley to 1., beneath, double crest of waves, rev. the King of Persia in chariot to 1., behind, attendant walking 1. (BMC 17 sq.). Fine.

PartutA. Lot of six Drachms, not identified. Fine or better.

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78 Bacrria AND InpiA. Kings of North-west India, Lot of six Drachms, not identified. All very fine.

79 —— Sassanian Kings, Lot of 15 Drachms, not identified. Mostly very fine.

80 ArasiA. Himyarites, Drachm, Ist century B.C., head to l., rev. bucranium (BMC 1); another, similar (BMC 18); another, similar (BMC 34). All very fine.

81* Ecypr. Ptolemzus I Soter (323-285 B.C.), Tetradrachm, mint of Alexandria, head of Alexander the Great to r., wearing elephant’s scalp and ram’s horn, rev. Zeus seated to l., holding eagle and sceptre, to 1., fulmen (Svoronos pl. I, 17). About very fine.

82* MAURETANIA. Juba II (25 B.C.—23 A.D.), head of Hercules to r., wearing lion’s skin, rev. Capricorn to r. with rudder, globe and cornucopie (Mazard 213). Very fine.

83* —— Juba II with Cleopatra Selene, Drachm, diademed head of Juba II to r., vev. star above crescent (Mazard 300). Ex- tremely fine.

84* —_—_ —__ Drachm, diademed head of Juba II tor., vev. sistrum above crescent (Mazard 331). Fine.

ROMAN GOLD COINS

85 Constantius II (337-361), Solidus, Antiochia (2) (C.112). Both fine.

86 -—— Solidus, Nicomedia (C.112). Fine.

87 Valentinianus I (364-375), Solidus, Antiochia (C.25). Fine.

88 —— Solidus, Nicomedia (C.28). Very fine.

89 —— Solidus, Antiochia (C.28); Solidus, Nicomedia (C.28). Both poor.

90 —— Solidus, Constantinople (C.67). Very fine and rare.

91 Gratianus (367-383), Solidus, Constantinople (C.28). Very fine.

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BYZANTINE GOLD COINS Zeno (474-491), Solidus (R.281). Fine. Justinianus I (527-565), Solidus (R.440 var.). Fine. Focas (602-610), Solidus (2) (R.1181). Very fine and fine. —— Solidus (R.1188). Fine. Heraclius (610-641), Tremissis (R.1288 var.). Fine.

Heraclius and Her. Constantinus (613-630), Solidus (R.1359). Very fine.

Solidus (2) (R.1861 and R.1365). Both fine.

Heraclius, Her. Constantinus and Heracleonas (614-641), Solidus (R.1489). Very fine.

—— Solidus (2) (R.1491 var.). Both fine. —— Solidus (R.1499). Very fine. Constans II (641-668), Solidus (R.1511). Fine.

Constans II and Constantinus IV (654-659), Solidus (2) (R.1587 and R.1590). Both fine.

—— Solidus (R.1590). Very fine. —— Solidus (R.1590 var.). Very fine.

Constans II, Constantinus IV, Heraclius and Tiberius (659-668), Solidus (R.1608 var.). Very fine.

Constantinus IV, Heraclius and Tiberius (668-680), Solidus (R.1648). Very fine.

—— Solidus (2) (R.1646 var. and R.1650). Both fine.

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Solidus (2) (R.1644 var. and R.1648). Both fine. Constantinus IV (668-685), Solidus (R.1667 var.). Very fine. —— Solidus (2) (R.1668 and R.1669). Both fine.

Justinianus II (685-695), Solidus (R.1678 var.), fime; another (R.1680 var.), very fine.

—— Solidus (R.1683). Very fine.

Theophilos, Michael and Constantinus (832-839), Solidus (R.1832).

Very fine.

Constantinus VII and Romanus II (945-959), Solidus (R.1905). Very fine.

Johannes I (969-976), Solidus (R.1917). Fine.

—— Solidus (R.1917). Fine.

FOREIGN GOLD COINS

CuinA, Republic, 10-Dollars, 1919 (F.10). Extremely fine and rare.

Costa Rica, 2-Escudos, 1855 (F.8). Fine.

EruropiA, Menelik II (1889-1913), Wark, undated (F.20). Ex- tremely fine and rare.

—— —— 4-Wark, undated (F.21). Extremely fine and rare. Inp1A4, Victoria, Mohur, 1862 (F.4). Extremely fine. —— George V, 15-Rupees, 1918 (F.14). Extremely fine.

Japan, Yoshihito (1912-1926), 20-Yen, 1916 (Taisho 5; F.58). Extremely fine.

NEPAL, Prithvi (1881-1911), 2-Mohurs (F.13). Extremely fine.

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129* GERMAN East Arrica, 15-Rupees, 1916 (F.1). Extremely fine.

130 AustRiIA, Rudolph II (1576-1612), Ducat, 1588, Prag. Fine. 131 ——- —— Ducat, 1599, Nagybanya (F.34). Rare, very fine.

132* —— Archduke Leopold (1621-1632), Ducat, undated, struck for the Tirol, standing ruler, rev. standing St. Leopold (Reimm. 7562). Very rare, has been bent, otherwise very fine.

133 —— Charles VI (1711-1740), Ducat, 1717, Kremnitz (F.66). Very fine.

134. ——— Maria-Theresia (1740-1780), Ducat, 1774, Transylvania (F.275). Rare, fine.

135 —— Francis I (1805-1835), Ducat, 1824A (F.335). Extremely fine.

136 -~—— Bohemia, Louis II (1516-1526), Goldgulden, 1518 (.7). Very rare, fine.

137* ——— Salzburg, Ernest of Bavaria (1540-1554), Goldgulden, 1542 (F.499). Rare, very fine.

138 —— —— John Emest of Thun, 3$-Ducat, 1705 (F.725). Very fine.

139* Transylvania, John Sigismund under the regency of his mother, Isabella (1556-1559), Ducat, 1559 (F.124). Rare, very fine.

140 —— Sigismund Bathory (1581-1602), Ducat, 1594 (F.152). Rare, very fine.

141 —— Michael Apafi (1661-1690), Ducat, 1668 (F.255). Very fine.

142 ——— —— Ducat, 1685 (F.255). Flan cracked, otherwise very

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143 Brazit, Joseph I (1750-1777), 6,400-Reis, 1756, Rio (F.58). Extremely fine.

144. —— Maria I and Peter III (1777-1786), 6,400-Reis, Bahia (F.70). Very fine.

145 Denmark, Frederic V (1746-1766), Ducat, 1761 (F.269). Very fine.

146 Ecyrt, Baybars I (1260-1277), Dinar, struck in Alexandria, dated AH 661. Rare, very fine.

147* France, John II (1350-1364), Franc a cheval (I.28). Fine.

148 —— —— Mouton d’or (F.29). Nearly very fine.

149 Charles V (1364-1380), Franc a pied (I.33). Fine.

150 —— Charles VI (1380-1422), Ecu d’or (F.40). Very fine.

151* —— Louis XVI (1774-1793), 2-Louis d’or, 1786, Nantes (F.219). Very fine.

152 —— —— 2-Louis d’or, 1788, Marseilles (F.219). Very fine.

153 —— —— Louis d’or, 1786, Paris (F.220). Good very fine.

154 —— Louis XVIII (1815-1824), 20-Francs, 1815, Paris (F.265). Very fine.

155* Metz, Goldgulden, undated (about 1620), St. Stephan standing, rev. city arms (F.497). Rare, very fine.

156* GermMANy, Anhalt-Bernburg, Alexander Fred. Charles (1796- 1834), 5-Thalers, 1796 (F.154). Extremely fine and very rare.

157 —— Frankfurt, City coinage, Ducat, undated (about 1700), eagle, rev. value in cartouche (F.970). Extremely fine and rare.

158 —— —— —— Ducat, 1637, eagle, rev. value in tablet (F.970). Good very fine and rare.

159* Cologne, City coinage, Goldgulden, 1521, Christ seated,

veu. arms (F.806). Fine and extremely rare.

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Liineburg, Goldgulden, undated (about 1450), St. John standing, rev. orb (F.1468). Good fine.

Mayence, Archbishop Anselm Casimir (1629-1647), 2- Ducats, 1638, arms with three helmets, rev. legend between branches (F.1588). Very fine and very rare.

Nuremberg, City coinage, Ducat, undated (1700) (F.1776). Very fine.

Saxony, Sophia (1582-1622), Ducat, 1616 (F.2411). Very fine.

—— John Georg III (1680-1691), Undated gold medal of the weight of 1-ducat, dr. bust r., rev. PRESSIS AUXILIO, crossed flag and sword. Extremely fine.

Wiirzburg, Bishop Christopher Francis (1724-1729), Gold medal of the weight of 10-ducats, dated 1724, commemorat- ing his accession, draped bust r., rev. GREGIS AMOR DVCEM FECIT, seated figure holding flag. Fine and very rare.

166 Huncary, Charles Robert (1308-1342), Goldgulden, undated

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(F.1). Fine and rare.

Matthias Corvinus (1458-1490), Goldgulden, undated (F.11). Nearly very fine.

Ladislaus II (1490-1516), Goldgulden, undated (I.13). Very fine.

169 Inp1A, Orissa, Pagoda, undated, elephant, vev. scroll (F.298).

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Lot of three small Indian gold coins (18th century). All very fine.

Indian Mohur, undated (18th century). Fine.

Madras, East India Company, 2-Pagodas, undated (1810) (F.262). Extremely fine and rare.

1-Pagoda, undated (1810) (F.263). Extremely fine and rare.

174* Iraty, Bologna, Clement VII (1523-1534), Scudo d’oro, undated

(F.342). Very fine.

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175* ——- —— Pius VI (1774-1799), 2-Doppie, 1787 (F.385). Very fine and rare.

176 -——— Genoa, The Biennial Doges, Scudo d’oro, undated (about 1550) (F.412). Very fine.

177* —— —— 96-Lire, 1792 (F.444). Very fine and rare.

178 —— Lucca Republic, Scudo d’oro, 1552 (F.490). Nearly very fine.

179* Parma, Paul III (1534-1549), Scudo d’oro, undated (I’.412). Nearly very fine.

180 —— Maria-Louise of Austria (1815-1847), 40-Lire, 1815, with unofficial eagle countermark on obverse (F°.933). Very fine.

181* Rome, Innocent VIII (1484-1492), Ducato, undated (F.26). Very fine.

a Alexander VI (1492-1503), 2-Ducati, undated, arms, rev. St. Peter in ship (F.380). Nearly extremely fine and very rare.

183 ——- —— —— Ducato, undated, similar (F'.31). Very fine.

184 —— —— Benedict XIV (1740-1758), Zecchino, 1740 (F.231). Very fine.

185 —— —— —— }Zecchino, undated (F.233). Very fine.

186 —— Sardinia, Victor Amadeus III (1773-1796), 4-Doppia, 1786 (F.1121). Fine.

187 ——- —— Charles Felix (1821-1831), 80-Lire, 1826, Turin (F.1132). Very fine.

188 —— —— —— 40-Lire, 1825, Turin (F.1134). Fine and rare.

189 ——- —— —— 20-Lire, 1828, Turin (F.1136). Very fine.

190* —— Sicily, Joachim Murat (1808-1815), 20-Lire, 1813 (F.860). Very fine and rare.

191* —— Tassarolo, Philip Spinola (1616-1688), Ducato, undated,

ruler standing, rev. tablet with legend (F.1186). Fine.

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192* JERUSALEM, Bohemond I and II (1098-1130), Saracenic Besant, undated (F.2). Fine and very rare.

193 Matta, Emmanuel Pinto (1741-1778), 10-Scudi, 1763 (F.36).

Nearly very fine.

194* Mexico, Philipp V (1700-1746), 8-Escudos, 1743 (F.8). Very fine and rare.

195 -—— Charles IV (1788-1808), 8-Escudos, 1802 (F.43). Good very fine.

196 -—— Republic, 2-Escudos, 1827 (Mo) (F.87). Extremely fine.

197* NETHERLANDS, Brabant, Philip the Good (1430-1467), Lion d’or (F.44). Nearly very fine, rare.

198 —— —— Charles V (1506-1555), 4-Real d’or, undated, struck in Antwerp (F.64). Flan cracked, otherwise fine.

199 —— ——— Maria-Theresia (1740-1780), 2-Souverains d’or, 1758, Brussels (F.275). Fine.

200* Flanders, Philip IV of Spain (1621-1665), Lion d’or, 1657, Bruges (F.144). Good very fine, rare.

201 —— Holland, Philip the Fair (1482-1506), Florin d’or, undated (F.268). Very fine.

202 —— —— Ducat, 1753 (F.95). Extremely fine.

203* Reckheim, The Vlodorps (after 1562), Florin d’or with St. Peter (F.231). Very fine and rare.

204 —— Utrecht, Ducat, 1607 and 1780 (F.98). Both about fine.

205 Westfrisia, Ducat, 1598 (I°.83). Fine.

206 —— Zeeland, 4-Noble, undated (about 1600) (I°.63). Poor.

207* Peru, Ferdinand VI (1746-1760), 8-Escudos, 1751, Lima (F.16). Very fine and rare.

208 Poxranp, Stefan Bathory (1576-1587), Ducat, 1586, Danzig (F.3). Nearly very fine.

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—— Catherine II (1762-1796), 10-Roubles, 1766 (F.94). Very fine.

—— Nicholas I (1825-1855), 5-Roubles, 1834 (F.118). Very fine.

Spain, Castille and Leon, Sancho IV (1294-5), Cornado, struck in gold, crowned bust |., rev. castle. Fine.

—— Philip II (1556-1598), 2-Escudos, undated, Seville mint (F.58). Fine.

SWITZERLAND, Basel, Goldgulden, undated, name of Emp. Sigis- mund (1433-37) (F.16). Fine.

—— Geneva, Pistole forte, 1722 (F.226). Very fine and rare.

—— Solothurn, +Duplone, 1796 (F.333). Extremely fine.

Ziirich, Ducat, 1734 (F.403). Good very fine, rare. —— —— }-Ducat, 1745 (F.404). Very fine.

Turkey, Ahmed III (1703-1730), Sequin; Mustafa III (1757- 1773), Sequin. Both fine.

INTERVAL

Sale recommences at 1 p.m. precisely

FOREIGN SILVER COINS

AusTRIA, Ferdinand I (1556-1564), Thaler, undated, cr. bust r., rev. eagle with shield. Very fine and rare.

Thaler, undated, cr. bust r. with beard, rev. similar. Very fine and rare.

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224 —— Leopold I (1657-1705), Double-Thaler, undated, Tirol. Very fine and rare.

225 —— Charles VI (1711-1740), Thaler, 1712, Vienna (Dav. 1035), very fine; Thaler, 1714, Hall (Dav. 1051), fine.

226* ——— Maria-Theresia (1740-1780), Mining Thaler, 1758, Prague (Dav. 1137). Fine and rare.

227 ——- —— Thaler, 1764, Giinsburg (Dav. 1147). Very fine.

228 —— Salzburg, Michael von Kiienburg, Thaler, 1559 (Pr. 423). Very fine.

229 —— W. D. von Raitenau, Double-Thaler (klippe), 1593. Traces of mounting, otherwise very fine, rare.

230 —— Trautson, John Francis, Thaler, 1639 (S.R.5755). Very

fine and rare.

231* CamBopiA, Norodom I,