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DAY OF SALE:

FRIDAY, FEB. 16th, 1951

Commencing at 1 p-m., precisely

ON VIEW day prior and Morning of Sale

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CONDITIONS OF SALE.

first.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again and resold, provided the auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute.

SECOND.—No person to advance ‘ess than 1Is.; above five pounds §s.; and so on in proportion.

Tairp.—All lots are-put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price imposed by the seller and (6) to the right of the seller to bid either personally or else by any one person who may be the Auctioneer.

Fourtu.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay down 6s. in the pound, or more in part of payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, if required; in default of which the lot or lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and resold.

Firta.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the catalogue, the purchaser js at liberty to take or reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection be made and the lot returned within seven days from date of sale.

Stxra.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between buyer and seller and for both equitably.

The Auctioneers do not hold themselves responsible for

the safe custody of any lots left more than three days after the date of Sale.

Please Note.

The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus :—

A =gold, R-=silver, Ai=copper or bronze. El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper).

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed hat the coins and medals are not in good condition.

Catalogue of

British and Foreign Coins

Friday, February 16th, 1951

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OMmANDISFWN

Buyer Grubb Spevack Aston Spink Jacobs Grubb Aston Grubb Jacobs Philips Jacobs Aston Phillips Spink Leyns Grubb Baldwin

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Woodiwiss Grubb Spink

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Lot Buyer 34. Woodiwiss 35. Spink

36. Markham 37. Baldwin 38. Baynes 39. Baldwin 40. Baynes Al. do. 42. Baldwin 43. Collins 44, Ashton 45. Baldwin 46. Prosser

47. Grubb 48. Markham 49. Baldwin 50. Ashton 51. Ashton

52. Baldwin

53. Markham 54: Seaby

55. Baynes

56. Markham

57. «Parker 58. Forrer 59. Spink 60. Telford 60a. Woodiwiss 60b. Spink 60c. Ashton 61. Noon 62. Ashton 63. Baldwin 64. do. 65. do. 66. do. 67. do. 68. Grubb

69. Markham 69a. Grubb

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69c. Thompson 69d. Grubb 69e. do.

70. James

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74. Spink

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Td = EREKED 78. Seaby 79. Woodiwiss 80. Spink Sl. “Davis 82. Ward

83. Spink 84. Mitchell 85. Spink

86. Slemr B72. 24WaviIs 88. Aston 89. Lernihan 90. do.

91. Baynes 92. do.

93. Lernihan 94. Baynes 95. Baldwin 96. do.

97. Woodiwiss 97a. Forrer 97b. Grubb 97c. Seaby 97d. Slemr 97e. Spink 98. do. 99. do.

100. do.

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101. do. 150. Aston 196c. Forrer 102. do. 151. do. 196d. Prosser 103. do. 152. Seaby 196e. Baldwin 104. do. 153. Davis 197. Grubb 105. do. 154. Seaby 198. Spink 106. do. 155. Aston 199. do. 107. do. 156. Spink 200. Woodiwiss 108. do. 157. Seaby 201. Forrer 109. do. 158. James 202. Grubb 110. do. 159. Baldwin 202a. Spevack Lid. - Porrer 160. Forrer 203. Seaby ii2. Spink 161. Davis 204. do.

118. Forrer 162. Seaby 205. do.

114. do. 163. Jacobs 206. do.

115. Robinson 164. Deards 207. do.

116. Slemr 165... Forreér 208. Monckton 117. Spink 166. Salton 209. do.

118. Ward 167. Forrer 210. Spink 119. Spink 168. Spink Diels do.

120. Robinson “GO? do. 212. Sverdloff 121. Spink LOS do. 213. Thompson 122. do. £7 do. 214. Hindle 123. Baldwin 172. Forrer 215. . Phillips 124. Spink E73 do. 216. Woodiwiss 125. Seaby 174. Spink 217. Jacobs 126. Parker 75: do. 218. Grubb 127, -Spiak 176. do. 219. Keeves 128. Forrer 1 re do. 220. Woodiwiss 129. Slemr 178. Seaby 4 do.

130. Deards 179. Spink 222. Ward 131. Spink 180. Forrer 223. Seaby 132. Forrer 181. do. 224. Spink 133. Slemr 182. Mitchell 225... Gray

134. Seaby 183. Aston : 226. do

135. Slemr 184. Baldwin 227. Grahame 136. Spink 185. Davis Dees Wait: 137. Slemr 186. Slemr Bags ae, ise. < odo, 187. Seaby 230. Seaby 139. Seaby 188. Slemr Deion, AG,

140. Jacobs 189. Baldwin 232. Strauss 141. Forrer 190. Jacobs 233. Spink 142. Slemr 191. Baldwin 234. Grahame 143. Forrer 192. Sverdloff 235. do.

144. Aston 193. Seaby 236. do. 145. do. : 194. Baldwin 237. do. 146. Slemr 195. Seaby 238. do. 147. Seaby 196. Grubb 239. Spink 148. do. 196a. Spink 240. Grahame

149. Davis 196b. James 241. Spink

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Buyer do, do. Seaby Spink do. Aston

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Buyer

Hindle do. Parker Collins Grubb Aston

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254. Gray 255. Spink 255a. Hindle 256. Spink 257. Grubb

CATALOGUE

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British and Foreign Coins

Day of Sale: Friday, February 16th, 19051

AT _1P.M. PRECISELY.

ENGLISH GOLD.

Lot 1 A’ Charles IJ, Two Guineas 1664, elephant below bust. Fine and rare. 1 SAN = = Guineas. 1679. sie: 1 3: AY =.» Another, sanve: date: 1

4 A’ William and Mary, Guinea 1689, elephant and castle below

busts. In good state and scarce. 1 5 A’ William III, Guinea 1701. In good condition. 1 6 A Anne, Guinea, 1714. Fine. 1 7 A George I, Guinea, 1715, Fine. 1 8 A’ —— Another dated 1716. Very fine. 1 9 A’ —— Another dated 1726. Very fine. 1 id A’ George II, [wo Guineas, 1738, young head. Very fine. 1 11 A’ —— Guinea, 1758, old head. Jn good state. l

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A’ George III, Guinea, 1771, 3rd bust. Very fine.

A’ —— Pattern Third Guinea, 1776. Brilliant and rare. A’ George IV, Two Pounds, 1823. Very fine.

A’ —— Another similar. Extremely fine but field scratched. A’ —— Proof Half Sovereign, 1826. Brillant and rare.

A Victoria, Five Pounds, 1893. Extremely fine.

A’ Edward VII, specimen set of Coronation coins, 1902; gold, £5, £2, £1 and 10/-; silver (9), Crown to Maundy Penny,

in case of issue. Very fine.

A’ Charles II, Guineas, 1665, 1668. Latter very good.

A George II, Guinea, 1731, very good; George III, Shield

Guinea, 1775, very fine.

A George III, Military Guinea, 1813. Extremely fine.

A Charles II, Guinea, 1683; George III, Sovereign, 1817. Latter

extremely fine, A’ William III Guinea, 1701. Almost very fine.

A’ Anne Guinea, 1713. Very fine, but obverse scratched.

A George I Guinea, with title of Prince Elector, 1714. Fine

and rare.

A George II, Two Guineas, 1739, young head. Almost very

fine. A’ George III, Guineas, 1777 and 1782. Both very fine.

AN James I, Unite, m.m. castle, and another m.m. tun. Both

in good state, the first pierced.

A Elizabeth, Half Pound, ist type, m.m. crosslet, im good condition, and James I Halfcrown, m.m. tun, well preserved.

A Charles II, Five Guineas, 1684. Well preserved and rare.

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George I], Two Guineas, 1740, intermediate head. Extremely fine but has been mounted and gilt.

Anne, Guinea, 1705, very fine and a very rare date, but has

been mounted and gilt; another, 1711, fine; and another, 1714. mounted.

George I, Guinea, 1714, Prince Elector type, extremely fine but mounted, rave; and another, 1723, damaged.

Anne, Guinea, 1714, very fine but mounted; another, 1713,

fine; and George I, Guinea of 1722, worn.

George III, Guineas, 1774, 1775 and 1788. Fine, one engraved.

7 __— Guineas, 1778, 1790, and Military type, 1813. All very

fine, but mounted.

—— Guineas, 1793, 1794, 1798. The first and-last extremely fine, the second mounted and worn.

Anne, Half Guinea, 1714, has been bent; and George III,

Half Guineas, 1789, 1793 and 1801, one mounted, the others fine.

A’ George III, Half Guineas, 1804 (2) and 1810. Very fine.

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George I, Quarter Guineas, 1718 (2), extremely fine and very fine; and George III, Quarter Guinea. 1762, bent; and Third Guineas, 1807, very fine, and 1810, extremely fine.

George III, Third Guineas, 1809 (3) and 1810. Very fine.

——— Sovereigns, 1817 (2), and 1820. Fine.

George IV, Sovereigns, 1821, 1822 and 1824 (2). Fine.

—— Others of 1822, 1826, 1827 and 1829. Fine.

-—— Others of 1821 (2), very fine and fine, 1822, mounted, and 1824, fine.

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George IV, Sovereigns, 1825 (2), 1826. Fine.

George III, Half Sovereigns, 1817 (2), one extremely fine, and George IV, Half Sovereigns, 1825, very fine, and 1828, fine.

William IV, Sovereigns, 1832 (2). Fine.

—— Sovereigns, 1832, very fine, and 1837, fine.

George IV, Two Pound Piece, 1823 (2). Both extremely fine, but mounted and gilt.

A’ Victoria, Five Pounds, 1887. Extremely fine but has been mounted,

A’ —— Two Pounds, 1887 (2). Extremely fine but mounted.

A’ —— Sovereigns, young head type, 1878 and 1880, 1876 Sydney, and 1883 Melbourne mint. Fine.

A Others of Melbourne mint, 1887 and 1882, very fine; and 1879 (2), fine.

A Others of Melbourne, 1884, very fine, and 1878, fine, and Sydney mint, 1876 and 1882, both fine.

A’ —— Others of Melbourne, 1885 and 1875, fine, and Sydney, 1885, very fine, and 1875, fine.

A’ .-—— Others of Melbourne, 1875 and 1879, both fine, and Sydney mint Sovereigns, 1866 and 1870, in similar condition.

AJ __—. Set of Gold and Silver Coins, 1898, without case, Five - Pounds to Half Sovereign, but the Sovereign dated 1900, silver Crown to Maundy Penny. Extremely fine.

A’ —— Jubilee Sovereign and Half Sovereign, 1887, and mis- cellaneous Victoria silver coins. Mostly extremely fine.

AN Edward VII, Two Pounds, 1902 (2). Both extremely fine

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A’ Victoria, East India Coy., Mohur, 1841, and another similar. Both fine.

A’ —— Another, similar to last, very fine, and Victoria as Empress, Mohur, 1889, in similar condition, and Native Indian Half Mohur, fine,

A’ A most attractively arranged coin bracelet, consisting of ten

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Another coin bracelet, consisting of seven gold coins suspended

from a chain, and including Victoria Two Pound Piece, two George III Guineas, and two Sovereigns, and Kruger Sovereign and German 20 marks, weight 2.95 ozs.

Victoria, Sydney Sovereign, 1866, and Half Sovereign, 1859. Victoria, Adelaide Pound, 1852. Rare.

Victoria, Half Sovereign, 1887; Newfoundland 2 dollars, 1870. Both very fine.

Commonwealth Unite, 1660, m.m. anchor. A very rare date and mint mark, unfortunately split on the edge, otherwise very fine and very rare.

William IV, Sovereign, 1836, and Half Sovereign, 1837. Both fine.

Victoria, Sovereigns, young head, 1854, and 1873 Melbourne mint, both fine, and 1887 Jubilee type, extremely fine.

—— Set of four Jubilee gold coins, 1887. Extremely fine. __— Five Pounds, 1893. Extremely fine.

Edward VII, Five Pounds 1902. Extremely fine. —— Two Pounds, 1902. Jn mint state.

—— Matt Proof Sovereign, 1902, and proof silver coins, Five Shillings to Sixpence, mostly extremely fine.

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George III, Spade Guineas, 1793 and 1798. Both extremely fine.

---— Half Guineas, 1801, 1804 and 1809; George I, Quarter Guineas, 1718 (2). Very fine.

Third Guineas, 1800, 1804, 1808, 1809 and 1810. All very fine.

George IV, Double Sovereign, 1823. Very fine.

—— Sovereign, 1826; George III, 1817, Half Sovereign. Very fine. .

FOREIGN GOLD COINS.

AUSTRIA. Fr. Joseph I, 4 Ducats, 1915, extremely fine, 1914, very fine.

—— —— 4 Ducats, 1915 (2). One extrémely fine, —— Republic, 100 Schilling, 1928. Extremely fine. —— —— 100 Schilling, 1931. Exiremely fine.

BRAZIL. John V, 10,000 Reis, 1726, Minas. Pierced on edge for mounting but very fine.

—__— ~—— 12,800 Reis 1728 Minas, 3,200 Reis Bahia.

FRANCE. Jean le Bon, Ecu a cheval, Mouton d’or; Louis ALY, Half Ecu, 1691; Lomis XVI, 1815.1, 1817. A. fhe latter two fine.

—— Napoleon I, 40 Francs, 1806, Paris (2). Fine. ie ee A) rane, Il, isis pen Pars:

—— —— 20 Francs, 1812.W; Napoleon II], 20 Francs, 1865.A, fine; 3rd Republic, 20 Francs, 1878.A, fine; Charles X, 40 Francs, 1830.A.

__— 10 Francs, 1855, 1856, 1859; 5 Francs, 1854, 1859, 1860, 1862 (3), 1864 (3), 1867 (2), 1868.

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HUNGARY. Fr. Joseph, 10 Corona, 1896, 1899. ROU- MANIA. 100 Lei, 1944 (2). All extremely fine.

ROUMANIA. 100 Lei, 1944 (2). Both extremely fine.

GERMAN EAST AFRICA. 15 Rupees, 1916, has been mounted. SOUTH AFRICA. Kruger Ponds. 1893, 96, 98 (2); Half Ponds, 1895,-96.

SOUTH AFRICA. Two Kruger Ponds, mounted in the form of a brooch; Pond, 1894, mounted with ring for suspension.

SPAIN. Various small denomination coins including Charles IV Scudo (2); Isabel II, 4 Escudos.

VENICE. Ducats (2), one pierced. TURKEY. 100 Piastres, A.H. 1255 (2), 1277.

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—— —— 1884.5, 1886, 1887.S. Fine.

—— —— 1892.5, 1904.0, 1906D. Fine.

——— 10 Dollars, 1857.0, mounted in the form of a brooch; 5 Dollars, 1908; 24 Doollars, 1853, 1908; Dollar, 1857.

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8 —— Pius XI, 100 Lire, 1932. Very fine. ITALY. Napoleon, 40 Lire, 1814, Milan. Very fine. TWO-SICILIES. Joachim Murat, 20 Lire, 1813. Fine. Coronation Medal of Victoria, 1838. Brilliant.

BOHEMIA, Rudolph II, 10 Ducats (Taler in gold) 1594; Prague. Traces of having been mounted, otherwise fine and extremely rare, unpublished.

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LOWER AUSTRIA, Matthias, 10 Ducats, 1614, of Vienna, laureate bust in high lace collar right, rev. crowned arms on double eagle, etc. Fine and rare.

HUNGARY, Ferdinand II, 10 Ducats (Taler in gold), 1631. Extremely fine and rare. PEA

BOHEMIA, Ferdinand III, 10 Ducats (Taler in gold), 1645; Prague. Traces of having been mounted; otherwise fine. PEATE At

LOWER AUSTRIA, Ferdinand III, 10 Ducats, 1651, of Vienna, A brilliant specimen, almost mint state. PLATE {

—— Ferdinand III, 10 Ducats (Taler in gold), 1657; Vienna. Fine.

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SALZBURG, Paris Graf von Lodron, 8 Ducats, 1628.

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Lot 107**A’ TRANSYLVANIA, Stephen Boczkay, 10 Ducats, 1605 (Resch 3). Scratches on reverse, otherwise very fine, rare. PLATE TI 108** A’, —— Sigismund Rakoczi, 10 Ducats, 1607 (Resch 1). Very fine and rare. PLATEAU 109** A’ —— George Rakoczi II, 10 Ducats, 1631 (Resch 3). Very fine and rare. 124 yeti caghi! 110**.A’ —— Achatius Barczai, 10 Ducats, 1659 (Resch 1). Almost extremely fine. PEATE i 111**A’ —— Michael Apafi, Hexagonal 10 Ducats, 1662 (Resch 1). Extremely fine. PLAGE Ti 112 A Michael Apafi, 10 Ducats, 1662; struck from same dies as preceding coin, but on circular flan. A brilliant spect- men, in mint state; very rare, L1ist* A’ Leopold I, 10 Ducats (Taler in gold) 1696; Klausen- burg {Resch 16). Almost extremely fine. PEAR Ey 114**A7 MECKLENBURG, Albrecht von Wallenstein; medal (10 Ducats), 1631. Almost extremely fine. PLATE ‘III 115**A’ WURZBURG, Adam Frederick, medal on his enthronement (10 Ducats), 1755. Extremely fine. PEAT Re tit riGia WY AUSTRIA | Joseph Il, Ddcat, 1787) Francs Ik Ducat, 1829) 1830; Ferdinand I, Ducat, 1843, 1848. All very fine. i117 A’ —— Fr. Joseph, 4 Ducats, 1915 (3). Extremely fine. PGs Cay es Similar (3). Extremely fine. 119 AJ —— —— Similar (2). Extremely fine. 120 A’ —— Republic, 100 Schilling, 1927, Extremely fine.

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BELGIUM. Leopold II, 20 Fr., 1870, 74, 75. Fine.

EGYPT. Abdul Aziz, 100 Piastres, A.H. 1299 (2);

100 Piastres, A.H. 1299, 1293 et infra (11), mostly very fine; Fatimas Dynasty, Dinar.

FRANCE. Philip VI, Ecu; Charles V, Franc a pied (4). All

fine.

—— Charles VI, Ecu (3); Francis I, Ecu (2); Charles VII, Ect.

—-— Louis XII, Ecu (3); 8rd Republic, 100 Francs, 1899. Very fine.

—— 3rd Republic, 100 Francs, 1910, Paris. Fine.

—— Napoleon III, 50 Francs, 1855 (2), 1862. All fine.

—— Louis XVI, Double Louis, 1786 (2), Paris and Lyons mints. Fine

—— = Loms, 1786 (3); 1788; 1789S Line,

——— Napoleon, 40 Francs; An XI, 1811 (8). All fine.

__. Louis XVIII, 40 Francs, 1818; Louis Philip, 40 Francs,

1833, 34. All fine.

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Francis I, Double Ducat, 1756. Both fine.

eh Joseph II, Double Ducat, 1769, 70; Francis II, Double Ducat, 1794. All very fine. '

—— —— Ducats, 1604, 1714, 87,61, Ge: - Alb very fine.

a. «a- Diicatis, 1819, 20; 28, 38; 69). 72- (2). Some ex- tremely fine.

__. __— 20) Marks, 1876, 99; 10 Marks, 1893; 5 Marks, 1877. All fine.

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——— —— Fr, William III, Double Franc d’or, 18380, fine; Frederick I, 20, 10 Marks, 1888, very fine.

GREECE. George I, 50 Drachmai, 1876. Fine.

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Maria Theresia, Ducat, 1754, 1756, Double Ducat, 1765; Ferdinand I, Ducat, 1837, 41 (2). Fine.

INDIA. Akbar, Urdu Zafar Karin, Square Mohur, es eS itlanee MOU AN. El OS ree 1 O00,

—— Akbarabad, Shah Jahan, Mohur, W. 1050, 13; Delhi, Pathans, Tughlak III, Mohur, A.H. 725. Both fine.

—— Mysore, Star Pagodas (3). Fine. =.= Vijanaga.Pagodas (6). All jine:

—— Padmatanka, Pagodas (3). Very fine.

Orissa, Elephant Pagoda (2), both very fine; Rama- tanka, } Mohur; Mughal, 1, + Mohur, fine.

—_— Travancore, Chuckrams (3), and three other Native Indians. Fine.

—— Nepal, 1, 4, 4, 1/16th Mohur, various dates. Very fine.

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; .__ Sardinia, Ch. Albert, 100 Lire, 1834. Fine.

—— Venice, Ducats of various Doges. Some fine.

JUGOSLAVIA. Alexander I, Ducat, 1932 (2), extremely fine; JAPAN, Meiji Yen, fine.

MEXICO. Republic, 20 Pesos, 1918, Atzec, Calender. Fine.

MONACO. Charles III, 100 Francs, 1884. Fine.

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MOROCCO. Dinars of El Hadu and Abd-el-Rahman (4).

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NETHERLANDS. Tournay, Albert and Elizabeth Double.

Ducat, 1603; Zeeland, Double Ducat, 1650. PERSIA. Nasr-ed-Din, 2, 1, 2/5th, 1/5th Toman. Fine.

PORTUGAL. Joseph I, 4 Escudos, 1754; John V, Escudo, 1726. Fine.

John V, 1000 Reis, 1715, 1716, 1722, 1736 (2); Half Escudos, 1722, 1726, 30; 400 Reis, 1770 (2) 24, 80, 35, 38 (2); Peter Y, 1000 Reis, 1855. Many fine.

PORTUGUESE COLONIAL. Brazil, John V, 4000 Reis, 1716, Rio; 4 Escudos, 1736, Rio. Fine.

—— -—— Joseph I, 4 Escudos 1758, 1760, Rio. Fine.

—___— ———- Maria I, 6400 Reis, 1796, 1798, Rio. Both very fine.

RUSSIA. Catherine II, Imperial, 1768, 1775.

nn ees eal, L77G: 2) Pane, ._ Nicholas II, 15 Roubles, 1897 (3).

___— Catherine II, 5 Roubles, 1781, 1786; Nicholas II, 10 Roubles, 1900. Fine.

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AY —— Alexander I, 5 Roubles, 1824; Nicholas I, 5 Roubles, 1831 (2). Fine.

A’ —— Nicholas I, 5 Roubles, 1844; Alexander II, 5 Roubles,:

1864, 1867, 1876. All very fine. Platinum: Nicholas I, 3 Roubles, 1832. Fine. Platinum: Nicholas I, 3 Roubles, 1843. Fine. A’ SOUTH AFRICA. Ponds, 1898, 1900; Half Pond, 1895.

N’ SPAIN. Cob Escudo; Ferdinand and Isabella Excellente S.

A’ —— Ferdinand and Isabella, Double Excellente; Philip II, Double Ducat. Fine.

AJ —— Charles III, 4 Scudos, 1777, 1787, 1788. Very fine.

AY —— Scudos, 1787, 1788, 1793; 4 Scudos, 1757, 1758, 1772

(laze. 1786) (4), auei7 42),

A . Isabella II, 100 Reales, 1862, very fine; 20 Reales,

1861, fine.

AY SWEDEN. Oscar II, 10 Kroner, 1877, 1883; 5 Kroner, 1881, 1882, 1901. All very fine.

A’ TREVES. Werner von Falkenstein (1388-1418), Gulden (2).

‘A’ TUNIS. 20 Francs, 1892; 10 Francs, 1891. Both very fine.

A’ TURKEY. |. Ismet Inonu, 250, 100, 50, 25 Piastres, 1947. All very fine.

AY —— Mahmud II, Sequin,70, 17, very fine; 25 Piastres et infra (7), fine.

A’ U.S.A., 20 Dollars, 1910.S. Fine.

AV = 20 Dollars, 1915.S. Fine. AJ _— 20 Dollars, 1928. Very fine. A’ —— 20 Dollars, 1928; 10 Dollars, 1926. Both very fine.

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i96c A’ AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. Francis Joseph, 10 Kronen, 1905

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and 10 Korona, 1904. Fine.

FRANCE. Napoleon III, 50 Francs, 1855, bare head. Very fine.

5 Francs, 1854 and 1855; PAPAL, Pius IX, Scudo, 1853; WESTPHALIA, Jerome Napoleon, 5 Franken, 1813. All very fine, the last rare.

SILVER, COPPER AND BRONZE COINS.

James I, Crown, 8rd coinage, m.m. trefoil over lis, plume over shield, vare; Shillings of Charles II, 1678, rare; William and Mary, 1692: Anne, 1702 Vigo. All good.

Charles I, Tower Crown (H. Type 2a), m.m. harp, four pellets after REX. Very fine.

-_— Tower Crown (Type 3b), m.m. portcullis, horse with- out plume and without housings, rev. plume over shield. Almost fine.

Crowns, George IV, 1822; Victoria, 1844, 1889, 1890, 1891 (2), 1892. Fine or very fine.

Newark, 1646, lozenge-shaped Halfcrown, Shilling and Nine- pence. Last two fine.

Anne, Crown, 1708 plain, fine; George I, Halfcrown, 1723; George II, Crown, 1746 Lima, fine; Halfcrown, 1739; 19th Century Shilling Tokens (4).

George V, Pattern Jubilee Crown, 1935, raised inscription on edge, brilliant; specimen set of silver coins, 1927, Crown to Threepence, extremely fine. Both in boxes of issue.

MALTA. Giovanni de la Valette (1557-68); 4 Tari, rev. standing figure of St. John the Baptist, good; 4 and 2 Tari pieces, vev. head of St. John the Baptist, very fine; 1 Tari (2), rev. Paschal Lamb.

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AR ___ Pietro del Monte (1568-72), 4 Tari, rev. Cross of the Order; Giovanni de la Cassiere (1572-81), 4 Tari, head of St. John the Baptist; good; Alofio de Wignacourt (1601- 22), 4 Tari, 1611, similar;.3 Tarr, 1609, rev. Cross. of the Order, date in angles, fine or very fine.

AX --— Antonio de Paula (1623-36), 4 Tari, 1623, rev. head of St. John the Baptist, very fine and rare; Tari, rev. cross on shield, very fine; 3 Tari, cross with date in angles; Paolo Lascaris (1636-57); 3 Tari, similar, 1649; 4 Tari, 1651, rev. head of St. John the Baptist; Rafaele Cotoner (1660-65); Tari, vev. Paschal Lamb. Mostly fine.

AR —-— Nicola Cotoner (1663-80), Tari; 4 Tari, 1665, rev. head

» of St. John the Baptist; Raimondo Perellos (1697-1720);

4 Tari, 1697, similar; Tari; Marcus Zondadari (1720-22), Tari, rev. tree. Fine or very fine, the last very rare.

AX ...— Antonio M. de Vilhema: (1722-36); 2 Scudi, 1724; 6 Tari, 17234 Vast, 1723 17 24. A728; O Van, 1723; Van, undated; Raimondo Despuig (1736-41)) 2 Scudo, Scudo, 1738; 2 Tari, 1737; Francesco Ximenes (1773-75); 2 Scudi, 1774; Scudo, 1773, 1774; 4 Tari; and 2 Tari (2), 1774. Fine or better.

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Emanuel Pinto (1741-73), 30 Tari, 1757, 1759, 1761 (4 all varied) 1768; 2 Scudi, 1741}. 15- Tari, 1756; 1759 (8, varied) 1761 1772; Scudo, 1764, 1741; 4 Tari, undated; 1757, 1768; 2 Tari 1741 (3). Mostly fine or very fine.

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1728; Raimondo Despuig, 2 Scudi, 2 Tari, 1738; Emanuel

> Pinto, 80° Tan, 1757, 761, 15. Wari, -1769;. Emanuel” de

Rohan, 30 Tari, 1790, 2 Scudi, 1796, 15 Tari, 1776, 1779,

T7835, scudo-“b476, A796, 6 Larin(2), 4 Tari, Je Pari (3); Mostly fine or better. .

AR France, Holland, Spain, Russia, Naples and Sicily, etc.: Dollar size (16), Half Dollar size (6). Mostly very fine.

AR Germany, Double Talers (12), Talers (39), smaller (2) of many Provinces and Cities, etc. Mostly very fine.

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William I, Pennies, Type XVIII (7); Henry I, Type XV,

broken; Stephen, Type I; Henry II (4); Richard I (2); John (5); Henry III, short cross (16), long cross (29). Mostly fine.

Pennies, Henry III, long cross (10); Edward I to Edward III

(38); .Henry V (2); Henry VI; Henry VII (3); \Groats; Edward III (3); Henry VI (8); Edward IV (8); Richard III, m.m. rose and sun united, very fine; Henry VII (7); Half Groats, Edward III (4); Henry VI (2); Henry VII (4). Mostly fine, some very fine.

Henry VIII, Groats (10), Half Groats (3), Penny; Edward VI,

Shillings, 2nd period (1), 3rd period (5); Mary Groats (3); Philip ‘and Mary, Groat; Elizabeth, Shillings (3), Sixpences, hammered (14), milled (4), smaller (11); James I, Shillings (5), smaller (10); Charles II, Tower Halfcrowns (4), Shil- lings (9), smaller (5), Farthings (8). Many fine.

Charles I, Aberystwith Groat and Threepence; Tower Half

Groats (2), Pennies (8), A! Farthings (5); Commonwealth Shillings (2), Half Groats (2), Penny and Halfpenny; Crom- well, Shilling, 1658; Charles Il, hammered Halfcrown, 3rd issue, milled Crowns, 1662, rose under bust, edge undated (2), one fine; 1663 XV; 1666 XVIII, fine and rare; 1673 OWINTO. 1676, 1680; Halfcrowns, 1663, 1683; Shillings, 1663, 1679; smaller (16) AZ (7). Several fine.

James II to William III, Crowns 1687, 1691, 1696 (2); Half-

crowns, 1687, 1689 (3), 1693 (2), 1697C, 1698, 1701 (2); Shillings 1686, 1693 (2), 1697 (3), 1700, smaller (29), A# (18). Many fine.

Anne, Crowns, 1707, roses and plumes, 1713; Halfcrowns,

1703 Vigo, 1705, 1706, 1707, 1708 plain, plumes 1712; Shillings (8); Sixpences (5); Maundy monies (17). Mostly fine or better.

George I, Crown, 1720 (over 18), SEXTO, very good and

vare; Halfcrown 1720, Shillings (5), smaller (8), Ai (17), Mostly fine.

George II, Crowns, 1741, 1743, 1751; Halfcrowns, 1731,

1732, 1739, 1743, 1746 (2), 1750; Shillings (13); Sixpences (10); Maundy monies (13); AE (31). Fine or very fine.

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A Victoria, Crowns 1853, Gothic type, edge inscribed, very fine, 1844 (2), 1887, 1893; Double Florins, 1887 (2); Halfcrowns (4); Florins £9); Shillings (7); smaller (34); AE (27). Mostly very fine.

A Edward VII, 1902, Crown to Maundy Penny (9); George V, Crowns, 1935 (2), legends on edge incuse; Halfcrown to Maundy Penny, 1911 (8); Crown to Threepenc,e 1927 (6); George VI, Crown to Maundy Penny, 1937 (11); Halfcrown to Sixpence, 1949 (5), odd ‘AR (28), AL (34.) Extremely fine.

Miscellaneous Anglo-Gallic, Irish and Scottish coins; AR (380), E (50). Fine or very fine.

AZ Seventeenth Century Tokens (12); Eighteenth Century Half- penny Tokens (204), Farthings (10). Mostly fine or better.

AR Nineteenth Century Tokens of Berkshire, Devonshire, Lan- cashire, Northumberland, Somersetshire, etc.; Shillings (46); Halfcrowns (2), 2/- (1); 1/6d. (2), 6d. (13), AE (18). Mostly very fine, some scarce.

AR —— Somersetshire, Warwickshire, Yorkshire, etc., Shillings (24), Sixpences (11), (22). Very fine.

Coins and Tokens of Guernsey, Isle of Man, Eire, Malta, India, etc., ‘AR (59), At (217), Ni (12). Mostly very fine.

Ceylon, Hong Kong, North Borneo, Egypt, Africa, etc., ® (106), including Britannia Dollars (2), Hong Kong Dollar and Half Dollar, AX (172), Ni .(42). Mostly very fine.

Canada, British Honduras and Guiana, Jamaica, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, etc., A (65), AE (115), Ni (81). Mostly very fine.

AR France, Philippe I to Louis XII (68), including Deniers (10), Gros (16), Grand Blanc (6), Douzain (9), etc. Mostly very fine; an interesting Lot.

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