AUCTION 100 PART 4


338 VABALATHUS, Ant, His bust/Aurelian bust; VF, well cent-ered & struck, silver color with somewhat uneven toning, pale green in recesses. Both portraits nicely detailed. (A VF brought $201 on $250 bid in my 9/09 sale; GVF $690, CNG 5/10) MB $40




339 Egypt Tet, bust r, LE/bust r, LB; VF/AEF, minimally off-ctr losing a little of lgnds each side, medium brown, Vab's portrait nice, Aurelian's sharp. (A VF brought $676, Emporium Hamburg 11/12.) Minimum Bid $65




340 TETRICUS II, Ant, SPES AVGG, Spes stg l; EF, centered on a ragged flan, virtually full lgnds, rev better struck than most, highly lustrous steel-brown surfaces. Great for this. (A VF+ sold for $651, Aureo & Calico, 2/12; EF $575, CNG 5/10.) MB $45




341 TACITUS, Ant, LAETITIA AVG, Laetitia stg l; EF, centered on large round flan, obv sharply struck, minor softness on Laetitia's torso; silvered surfaces with minor granularity & lt toning. (An EF brought $126 in my 9/11 sale.) Min Bid $50




342 PROBUS, Ant, CLEMENTIA TEMP, Jupiter giving globe to Ruler; EF, centered, well struck with no wkness, lustery full silvering with sl uneven toning. Portrait very sharp. (An EF sold for $375, Gorny 10/06.) Minimum Bid $35




343 Ant, PROVIDEN DEOR, Concordia w/2 standards facing Sol; INVICTVS in obv lgnd (rare); Choice VF, perfectly centered & sharply struck, perfect medium brown surfaces, gorgeous quality. (Same variety, VF [looks porous] brought $256, Gorny 10/10.) Minimum Bid $60




344 CARUS, Ant, CLEMENTIA TEMP, Jupiter giving Victory to Ruler; AEF, well centered & struck, grey-brown with some lt porosity, still bold & decent. (A VF+/EF brought $141 on $165 bid in my 11/12 sale.) Minimum Bid $28




345 CARINUS Ant, VIRTVS AVGG, Jupiter giving globe to Ruler, TR/XXI; VF/EF, nrly centered on large round flan, smooth medium brown, obv lgnd softly struck, rev sharp. (A GVF brought $226, CNG eAuc 9/10.) Minimum Bid $25




346 DIOCLETIAN, Follis, SACRA MONET AVGG ET CAESS NOSTR, Moneta stg l, AQP; EF, well centered on large round flan, a few rev letters wk, otherwise quite sharply struck, superb hair & beard detail; brown with some silvering in protected areas. (An EF brought $345, Helios 4/08.) Minimum Bid $60




347 Argenteus, VICTORIAE SARMATICAE, camp gate with 4 turrets, SMN (always with Gamma, but no trace of it here); AEF/VF, well centered on large flan, minor crudeness, sharp portrait detail, ltly toned. Scarcer rev type. (A Near EF brought $1904, CNG eAuc 8/13.) Min Bid $300




348 MAXIMIAN, Ant, IOVI CONSERVAT, Jupiter stg l; AEF, centered on egg shaped flan, full lgnds, nice strong strike, smooth dark brown with slightest hints of green. Pleasant & not at all common (usually has AVGG on rev). (Clearly far nicer than a GVF bringing $246, CNG eAuc 11/11.) Minimum Bid $35





349 Follis, GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius stg l, with altar (scarcer), B/PLC; Choice VF-EF, well centered on large flan, not much wear but strike a little soft, plenty of silvering with lt tone, obv particularly attractive with stern portrait of fine style. (A VF+ brought $380, iNumis 3/10.) Minimum Bid $50



350 Posthumous Æ4, Veiled head r/REQVIES OPTIMORVM MERITORVM, Ruler std l, SIS; VF-EF/VF, centered, full lgnds (weak at rev left), nice grass green patina. Good portrait detail. Scarce issue. (A GVF brought $270, Vecchi 3/97.) Min Bid $32




351 CARAUSIUS, Ant, PAX AVG, Pax stg l, S-P; Choice EF, centered & very well struck on a large round flan, grey-brown tone with substantial silvering; portrait finely detailed. A really superb Carausius. (Same var., EF, brought $1380, Gorny 10/15; EF-Unc $2375, Rauch 12/15.) Minimum Bid $550




352 GALERIUS (As Caes), Follis, SACRA MONET etc, Moneta stg l, SIS; EF/AEF, well centered & struck, olive-brown, minimally grainy, portrait sharp. (An EF brought $435, Helios 4/08.) MB $35




353 GALERIA VALERIA, Follis, VENERI VICTRICI, Venus stg l, HTA; Choice EF+, virtually Mint State, well centered & struck on large round flan; quite lustery steel-brown surfaces. Sharp details on portrait & Venus. Radically excellent. (An EF brought $1705, Aureo & Calico 2/12; EF $906 Gorny 3/12.) Minimum Bid $250




354 Same, SMTB; AVF/F, centered, glossy dark green patina, minor roughness mainly on rev. (An F-VF brought $61 in my 1/11 sale.) Minimum Bid $27




355 SEVERUS II (Caesar) Follis, GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genmius stg l, HTA; EF, obv well centered, rev nrly so, strike somewhat soft particularly on rev; silvered surfaces with lt tone. Portrait nice with pretty good detail. (A GVF brought $448, CNG eAuct 8/11.) Starting Bid $70




356 MAXENTIUS, Follis, Consular bust r with eagle-tipped scepter, lgnd ends CONS II/CONSERV VRB SVAE, Roma in six column temple, AQ-Gamma, EF, well centered, only a tiny spot of wkness each side, otherwise sharply struck; glossy dark brown patina. Rare with this obv. (A GVF sold for $600, Gorny 10/10; EF $820, H&A 3/09.) Minimum Bid $120




357 MAXIMINUS II, Reduced Follis, GENIO POP ROM, Genius stg l, PLN; VF+/EF, actually almost as struck but a little soft on obv, excellent medium brown surfaces; scarce London issue.

(A VF brought $213 CNG eAuc 10/13.) Minimum Bid $45




358 Red. Fol., SOLI INVICTO, Sol hldg Serapis head, ANT; VF-EF/AVF, perfectly centered, nice black-&-orange "desert" patina, bold & attractive. (A VF brought $165, Peus 4/06.) MB $12




359 LICINIUS I, Reduced Follis, IOVI CONSERVATORI AVGG, Jupiter stg l, eagle, ALE; EF, centered, silvering worn off at high points, flatly struck at obv lower left & rev upper left. MB $12




360 CONSTANTINE I, Æ3/4, GLORIA EXERCITVS, 2 stand-ards betw soldiers, SMANB; EF, perfectly centered & sharply struck, dark green patina with earthen hilighting, nice. (An EF brought $200, Gorny 3/09.) Minimum Bid $25




361 Red. Fol, SOLI INVICTO COMITI, Sol stg l, PLC; EF, obv perfectly centered & sharply struck; rev with lgnd partly off at right & a bit softly struck. Smooth medium olive patina. (An AEF brought $250, Emp. Hamburg 5/07.) Minimum Bid $22




362 Æ3, PROVIDENTIAE CAESS, Camp gate, SMKE; EF, perfectly centered, good strike, darkish green patina; a few extremely minor imperfections not worth mentioning, so I won't.

(An EF literally sold for $365, DNW 4/08.) Minimum Bid $18




363 Posthumous Æ4, Veiled head r/VN-MR, Veiled figure stg, SMANZ; AEF, perfectly centered on round flan, full lgnds, black-&-orange patina, very nice for this. (A Ch. EF brought $126 in my 3/13 sale.) Minimum Bid $20




364 CONSTANTINOPOLIS, Æ3, bust l./Victory stg l, SMALB; AEF, well centered & struck, medium brown, good detail. (An An AEF brought $131 in my 11/12 sale.) Minimum Bid $25




365 HELENA, Æ4, PAX PVBLICA, Pax stg l, TRS; EF, obv lgnd crowded at left & partly crude, full rev lgnd, smooth dark steel-brown, sharp hair detail; way above average for this. (An AEF brought $180, H&A 3/09; EF $530, Peus 11/04.) MB $40




366 FAUSTA, Æ3, SALVS REIPVBLICAE, Fausta stg w/babies, PTR; F-VF/VF, full lgnds, medium brown. Minimum Bid $25




367 THEODORA, Æ4, Theodora hldg baby, TRS; EF, obv off-ctr losing lgnd at left, rev lgnd poorly struck; glossy smooth brown surfaces; outstanding sharp portrait. (A GVF brought $450, NAC 3/07.) Minimum Bid $60




368 CRISPUS, Æ3, VOT X in wreath, lgnd around, Delta-SIS-sunrise; EF, well centered, darkish green patina, minor touch of roughness mainly on rev, portrait sharp. (An EF brought $235, Lanz 11/08.) Minimum Bid $20




369 CONSTANTINE II, Æ3, BEATA TRANQVILLITAS, globe on altar, PLC, EF, nrly centered on oversized round flan, sharply struck, lustery steely-brown surfaces. Very nice. (Clearly stronger than VF+ bringing $192 + fee, iNumis 11/08.) Minimum Bid $35



370 HANNIBALIANUS, SECVRITAS REIPVBLICE, Euphrates recl r, CONSS; VF, obv nrly centered, only sl lgnd crowding; rev lgnd partly off; pale fleshy brown with tone in recesses. Good portrait with detail; Euphrates very strong. (A VF with lgnds mostly wk/off brought $380 on $544 bid in my 9/99 sale.) MB $195




371 CONSTANTIUS II, Cent, by Vetranio, CONCORDIA MILITVM, Ruler & 2 labara, Delta-SIS; EF, well centered, minor edge irregularity, smooth brownish-green patina; obv lgnd rather poorly struck but portrait sharp; rev beautifully struck. (A VF+ brought $265, CGF 6/07.) Minimum Bid $30




372 VETRANIO, 1/2 Cent, GLORIA ROMANORVM, Ruler hldg labarum, ESIS; VF, well centered on sl ragged flan, lgnds somewhat soft, portrtait nice, deep green patina. Much scarcer than larger types. (A VF brought $282, Gorny 10/11.) MB $85




373 JULIAN, Æ3, Helmeted bust left with spear & shield/VOT V MVLT X in wreath, A(?)SIRM; Choice EF, nrly centered, sharply struck, glossy vivid green patina, great portrait detail. (An EF brought $609, Nomos 5/16. What do you think of that?) MB $55




374 JOVIAN, Æ3, VOT V MVLT X in wreath, ASIRM, F-VF, centered on large flan, basically smooth dark patina with a little hilighting. A short-lived ruler. Minimum Bid $15




375 Æ3, Bust left/VOT V in wreath, HERACB, scarcer type than above; Nice EF, well centered, smooth dark greenish patina. (An EF realized $283, Kunker 3/09.) Minimum Bid $60




376 PROCOPIUS, Æ3, bust left/Ruler stg r, SMHB; F-VF, centered, sl ragged flan, lgnds complete, dark greenish patina, sl roughness mainly on rev, portrait nice. (An AVG brought $103 on $151 bid in my 6/92 sale.) Minimum Bid $50




377 GRATIAN, Æ2, REPARATIO REIPVB, Ruler raising kneeling gal, ANTA; VF/AVF, perfectly centered & well struck, nice dark green patina with whiteish hilighting, good portrait detail. (A VF brought $630, Gorny 3/08.) Minimum Bid $25




378 VALENS, Æ3, RESTITVTOR REIP, Ruler stg w/labarum & Victory, BSIRM; AEF. perfectly centered & well struck, medium brown, very nice, and a scarcer rev type. (An EF/VF+ sold for $175, CGF 6/05.) Minimum Bid $30




379 VALENTINIAN II, Æ2, Helmeted bust with spear/Ruler on boat steered by Victory, TESA; VF-EF/AVF, centered, sl ragged flan, medium brown, lgnds mostly crude, portrait well-detailed.

(A VF+ brought $240, CGB 11/09.)Minimum Bid $32




380 ARCADIUS, Æ2, Bust with spear, Hand of God above/ GLORIA ROMANORVM, Ruler stg with labarum & captive, CON-Gamma; VF, centered, greenish-brown, evenly granular surfaces, but much detail visible. The hand of God directs you to bid on this. (A F+ brought $83 in my 9/11 sale.) Minimum Bid $18




381 MAGNUS MAXIMUS Æ2, Ruler raising kneeling girl, PCON; F, centered, lgnds partly wk, dark green patina with a little hilighting, decent portrait. (A F brought $150, Titano 10/04.) MB $15




382 JOHANNES, Æ4, SALVS REIPVBLICE, Victory dragging captive l, TRM; F-VF, obv lgnd off at left, rev lgnd nrly complete, pale brown patina; ex CNG as Near VF & quite good for this with a strong portrait. (A F-VF brought $1080, Gorny 3/08.) MB $220




BYZANTINE


383 JUSTINIAN I, Follis, S216, Bust r/THEUP+- Gamma, AF, medium brown, somewhat off-ctr, a little wkness. Min Bid $12




384 GOLD Solidus, VICTORIA AVGGGZ (Z reversed & cut over something else); S140; EF, sl off-ctr, minor flattening at rt edge, portrait sharp. (A VF+ brought $676, iNumis 11/08.) MB $325




385 JUSTIN II, Fol, S360, CON-uI-B; F+/VF, large ragged flan, obv sl off-ctr, dark green patina with whiteish hilighting. Rev particularly bold & nice.  Minimum Bid $20




386 Follis, S369, NIKO, Year XIII-A; VF-EF, nrly centered, nice two-toned grassy-green patina, much detail visible, way above average. (A GVF of the type brought $460, CNG 9/11.) Min Bid $65




387 TIBERIUS II, Follis, S430, CON-Gamma-uII; F, nrly centered, full clear obv lgnd, dark greenish-brown patina, a little rev wkness, no facial details. (A F-VF brought $115 on $200 bid in my 11/12 sale.) Minimum Bid $12




388 MAURICE, 10 Nummia, S536, Antioch, Year u; VF+, well centered, greyish-brown, faintly grainy, strong face on portrait with sappy smile. Quite good for this. (A GVF of this type brought $1093, not a typo, CNG 9/07.) Minimum Bid $45




389 HERACLIUS, Follis, S882, countermark on Justin I, S62; c/mk F-VF/VF+, coin at least F, smooth dark green patina with hilighting, quite nice for these. (A VF brought $483, Kunker 3/12.)

Minimum Bid $35




390 CONSTANS II, Follis, S1004, Facing head/Year III-B, F-VF, centered on irregular flan, somewhat crude but much is clear, including eyes & nose; black-&-orange patina. (An AVF brought $43 on $100 bid in my 6/13 sale.) Minimum Bid $15



391 CONSTANTINE V, Follis, S1569, VF-EF, well centered on usual small rectangular flan, all 3 portraits quite strong, nice 2-toned green patina. Choice for this. (An AVF brought $81 on $100 bid in my 6/13 sale; GVF $230, CNG 5/09.) Min. Bid $45




392 LEO V, Follis, S1638-var, rev has clear ONC at right, not just ON; VF, somewhat off-ctr on small unround flan, sage green patina with sl hilighting, portraits clear. Scarce type. MB $30




393 THEOPHILUS, 1/2 Fol, S1668, VF-EF, small weak spot at edge each side, otherwise well struck, glossy smooth dark brown, nice. (A VF realized $205, Gorny 10/09.) Minimum Bid $40




394 ROMANUS I, Cherson cast Æ, S1764, Monogram/cross on steps; AEF; normally the rev is so weak as to be blank, on this specimen it is weakly but clearly visible; obv very bold with hilighted greenish-brown patina. Outstanding example. (A VF with blank rev brought $410, Gorny 10/09.) Minimum Bid $65




395 BASIL II, GOLD Histamenon, Facg Christ bust/Basil & Constantine hldg cross, S1800; Choice EF, well centered & nicely struck, only the teensiest bit of wkness at edge, all 3 faces fully clear, bright lustery gold. (A Choice EF with lt scr brought $4994, Triton 1/15; EF also $4994, Gorny 1/14.) Minimum Bid $950




396 ANONYMOUS, Follis, S1823, Christ facg/3-line lgnd in cross; F-VF/VF, brown patina, rev a bit off-ctr, Christ's face visible; better than Sear plate coin. (A VF with flat face brought $175, Davisson 6/13.) Minimum Bid $30




397 Follis, S1867, Christ bust/Mary bust facg; AVF/VF+, nrly centered, sl thick dark brown patina, Christ's face fully clear, Mary's face bold. (A VF brought $391, CNG eAuction 12/14.) Minimum Bid $100




398 ANDRONICUS I, Scyphate trachy, S1985, Virgin stg/Christ & Andy stg; AVF, smooth dark patina, weak only at rev right edge, otherwise decently struck with a lot of detail; ruler's name fully legible! (A VF brought $375, Lanz 6/13.) Minimum Bid $25




399 ISAAC Comnenos, Usurper in Cyprus, S1991, Æ Trachy, Mary with child/Isaac & St. George stg, VF in parts, left half of each side weakly struck, good smooth brown surfaces. (A F/VF, about equal except clipped, brought $538, Lanz 12/11.) MB $150




400 Lead Seal, 22 mm, 4 mm thick, Large monogram/4-line lgnd, F/VF or so, sl off-ctr, some encrustations, most of lgnd clear, monogram bold. Minimum Bid $25




OTHER OLD COINS


401 ARAB-SASSANIAN, Umar ibn Ubayd Allah. Gov. of Iraq, AD 680-83; Ar Drachm (34 mm), copying Khusru II types; Basra mint; Choice EF, quite well struck with no wkness, fine style, good metal. (An AEF brought $500 + buyer fee, Baldwin's 7/11.) Minimum Bid $110




402 AUSTRIA, Ferdinand I, 1564-95, 1/4 Taler, Half length figure r/crowned shield; 29 mm; AVF but gilt & holed, lt tooled, scr; with a decorative border added, small part of which is broken away. Minimum Bid $8



403 Joseph II, Ar 20 Kreuzer, 1784A, Bust in wreath/Eagle etc, 27 mm; VG/F, ltly toned, decent. Minimum Bid $5




404 Aus. Netherlands, Æ 2 Liards, 1793, Francis II bust r/lgnd in wreath; bold F-VF, nice chocolate brown. Minimum Bid $10




405 AZORES, Æ 20 Reis, 1795, Shield/"20" in wreath etc, 37 mm, Nice F, darkish brown, minor trace of porosity. Min Bid $12




406 BRAZIL, Ar 320 Reis, 1786, Shield/globe, 31 mm; F+, ltly toned, very nice. Minimum Bid $13




407 CEYLON, Æ Massa, 20 mm, Queen Lilavati, 1197-1210, Monkey god/monkey god & lgnd; choice VF-EF, smooth dark brown patina with dramatic pale green hilighting. (A VF brought $23 on $30 bid in my 9/10 sale.) Minimum Bid $8




408 CHILE, Ar 2 Reales, 1791, Bust r/Shield & pillars, 29 mm, G/VG, darkish tone, 17 of date weak; holed. Minimum Bid $6




409 CRUSADERS, Achaia, Philip of Tarento, 1306-13 AD, Ar Denier, 16 mm, cross, abstracted castle; somewhat crude as usual but at least F-VF, bright. (An AVF brought $75, Pegasi 5/12.) Minimum Bid $15




410 ENGLAND, Northumbrian Kings, Aethelred II, 841-44, Æ Sceat, 12 mm, moneyer Fordred, S865; Lgnd around dot in circle/lgnd around group of dots; AEF/VF, medium brown, sl crudeness mainly on rev, obv particularly bold & nice. (A VF brought $270, Kunker 9/09.) Minimum Bid $85




411 Edward I, Ar Penny, S1409, Newcastle (scarcer mint), G-VG, sl off-ctr, part of lgnds flat, some patchy darker tone, portrait weak but visible. Minimum Bid $10




412 Henry VII, 1485-1509, AR Groat, London, S2199, 26 mm; Facg bust/cross etc, VF, good metal with moderate old tone, tops of some outer lgnds off, good clear portrait. Faint bend. (A Near VF brought $291, CNG eAuc 10/11.) Minimum Bid $110




413 Elizabeth I, Ar 3 Pence, 1566, Her bust l., rose/ shield, 19 mm; G, sl off-ctr, tiny edge split, sl bendy, portrait mostly gone, most of lgnds & date clear. Minimum Bid $15




414 James I, Lennox 1/4d, S2679, Peck 89, Crown & scepters/crowned harp, mm pierced star, 15 mm, F-VF, obv sl off-ctr, dark brown, sl crude & sl touches of roughness. Min Bid $15




415 Charles I, Ar Shil, S2799, 29 mm, Bust l./shield; at least F, better in parts, unround flan with parts of lgnds off, good bright metal, portrait soft but a lot of detail visible. Min. Bid $40




416 William & Mary, Ar 3 Pence, 1692, Conjoined busts/crowned 3, 18 mm; AVF, deeply toned, holed. Very scarce. Min. Bid $5




417 FRANCE, Ar 1/12 Ecu, Louis XIV bust r/crowned shield, 20 mm, 1660?, last digit very weak, otherwise well struck, A mint; VF, toned, excellent portrait. Minimum Bid $10




418 GERMANY, Augsburg, Ar Batzen, 1533, 25 mm, Pinecone on shield/eagle; crude VF, actually almost as struck with luster but shallow strike. (A Lot of 2 varieties, VF, brought $385, Hirsch 9/12.) Minimum Bid $35




419 Bamberg, Ar Batzen or 5 Kreuzer 1766, Facg bishop/lgnd in cartouche, 21 mm, AF, toned, decent, clear. Scarce 1-year-type. Minimum Bid $15




420 Brandenburg-Prussia, Ar Dreipolker 1625, 19 mm, orb/ shield; F, bright sil, a bit crude, sl striated flan. Min Bid $5




421 Bremen, Ar 4 Grote (Flinderken), 1660, 27 mm, Key/Eagle, F-VF, a little uneven, faintly bendy, still bold & nice, ex Karl Stephens VF. Quite scarce. Minimum Bid $35




422 Brunswick-Luneburg-Celle, Ar 1/4 Ort, 1/16 Thaler Kipper, 1659 LW, 21 mm, horse/crowned monogram, F, nicely toned but sl bend & holed twice. Minimum Bid $5




423 Cologne, 4 Albus (4 reversed) 1718, 22 mm, shield/shield, F, faint bend, uneven dark toning, good details. Minimum Bid $8




424 East Prussia, Ar 18 Groschen, 1698, Fred III bust with sword/eagle; 29 mm; Nice AF/F-VF, pleasant lt tone, minor stain at obv bottom. Minimum Bid $15




425 Saxony, Ar 1/12 Taler, 1694, 28 mm, Twin shields/lgnds in circle; VF, well struck, nicely toned. Minimum Bid $18




426 Unknown, uniface AR, 15 mm, shield & 3 rosettes, holder says HRE 1361-1440, Fredk V or VI, VF, sl off-ctr, toned. MB $6




427 HUNGARY, Bela III, 1172-96, Scyphate follis, 26 mm, Virgin facg/2 Kings std facg; AEF, olive-brown, well centered & struck, strong detail. (A VF-EF brought $198, Sincona 10/11.) MB $40



428 Louis I, 1342-48, Ar Denar, "Saracen head" l./patriarchal cross, F-VF, part of lgnds weak struck. Minimum Bid $6




429 Ar 3 Kreuzer, 1695-CH, Leopold the Hogmouth bust r/ Madonna & child in sunburst, 21 mm, Choice VF+, well centered & quite well struck, nicely toned. Minimum Bid $15




430 INDIA, Lot of early coins up to 1500s, 14 diff, most more or less identified, 3 unknown with possible IDs. Mixed condition, includes small Nagas Æ picked as best of 100 pcs. Min Bid $20


431 ISLAMIC, Abbasids, Harun al-Rashid (famed Caliph of 1001 Nites), 786-809 AD, Ar Dirhem, 21+ mm, EF, well struck, nicely toned. (An EF brought $240, Astarte 12/02.) Minimum Bid $18




432 ITALY, Naples, Robert of Anjou, 1309-43, Ar Gigliato 28 mm, Std King/floriate cross etc, VF or better, actually almost as struck but rather crude with much wkness, excellent metal with lt tone. (A VF brought $570, Stack's 8/13.) Minimum Bid $35




433 LIEGE, Æ Liard, Leopold, 1750, 23 mm, Shield/4 shields & date, F-VF, decent. Minimum Bid $7




434 LIVONIA, Billon Solidus, Queen Christina, 1648, VF, well centered & excellent strike for this, medium brown. Min Bid $6




435 LUXEMBOURG, 1/8 Sol, 1775, Choice VF-EF or better, immaculate medium brown surfaces, unusually nice. (Nicer than a VF bringing $44 + buyer fee, Vellinghuis 5/11.) Min Bid $20




436 MEXICO, 1/2 Real, 1753, Pillar type, Nice strong VG, ltly toned, problem-free. Minimum Bid $10




437 2 Reales, 1781, bust type, VF, ltly toned, portrait shows a lot of detail, nice. Minimum Bid $18




438 MONGOLS, Genghis Khan, 1206-27, Ghazna Ar Dirhem, 17 mm, VF, one side somewhat off-ctr, sl crudeness, toned. (A VF with lt porosity brought $644, CNG 5/07.) Minimum Bid $40




439 NETHERLANDS, Historical Jeton, 1585, 29 mm, Queen Eliz giving rose to kneeling Earl of Leicester/2 Spaniards eating hay with horses; F, everything clear, nice. Also considered a British item. (A VF brought $340, Baldwin's 9/11.) Minimum Bid $30




440 Holland, Æ Duit, 1780, 21 mm, Lion & fence/lgnd, nice VF, well struck & problem-free. Minimum Bid $5




441 Zwolle, Ar 6 Stuivers, 1689, Horseman r/Eagle on shield; 28 mm; AF, sl unround flan, good metal, lt tone, decent. Min Bid $10




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