SALE 118 PART 5


CHINESE CASH COINS (Guaranteed genuine unless noted, references to Schjoth and Hartill)

440 Early round coin, Chou Dynasty, Yi-hua, Schj.78, H6.17, 300-220 BC, 2 characters, 19 mm,

F or so, sl rough green patina. Starting Bid $8



441 Pan Liangs, c.3rd century BC, large early issues around 32 mm, Schj. 80 etc, LOT of 12,

Poor, mottly green patinas, characters very weak. Starting Bid $10

442 Han Dynasty Wu-zhu, c. 1st cent BC, Schj.-114, 25+ mm, VF+, medium brown patina.

Starting Bid $3



443 Wang Mang, 7-22 AD, Ta-Chuan Wu-Shih, LOT of 6 diff, identified by Schjoth #s 120-130;

Hartill 9.1 etc, 25-28 mm, F-VF. Starting Bid $15

444 Wang Mang, 7-22 AD, Huo Chuan, S149, H9.32, but with clear well-formed Rosette hole,

unusual on these; VF+, highlighted green & brown patina, nice. Starting Bid $4



445 Wu Zhu, various dynasties up to 600 AD, LOT of 16 diff varieties, identified by Schj #s,

includes scarce 179 with rev rays, 208 small, 232 iron, 253 Sui Dyn; some poor, average

around G-VG. Starting Bid $22

446 Wu-zhu, pre-600 AD, Schj. 258, H10.34, variety with half moon on lower lip of hole.

F, brown & green. Starting Bid $3



447 T'ang Dynasty, Kai-yuan, 621-718 AD, Schj.-312, H14.1, F, greenish brown patina,

clear characters. Starting Bid $2



448 As last, LOT of 16 diff varieties, Schj.312-342 + 390, identified, most are scarce,

average G-VG. Starting Bid $25

449 T'ang Dynasty, Kai-yuan variety with 2 rev crescents, Schj.335, scarce, G or better, a little

crude. Starting Bid $2




450 Northern Song Dynasty, 960-1127, LOT of 35 diff, ALL with Rosette holes, all VG or

better, almost half are F, incl several large 2-cash; identified by Schj #s. These are scarce, such

a lot is a most unusual opportunity. Starting Bid $60

451 N. Song, Huang-song, 1038-39, S-496, H-16.88, VF, lt brown with hilighting, nice.

Starting Bid $2



452 N. Song, Chih-ping, 1064-67, S-519, H16.156, VF, green-brown patina, strong

characters. Starting Bid $2



453 N. Song, Yuan-feng, 1078-85, S-545, H156.210, VF, lt brown with greenish hilighting,

nice. Starting Bid $2



454 N.Song, Shao-Sheng, 1094-97, LOT of 8 diff varieties, Schj.582-89, incl 6 with rev

crescents & stars, scarce; identified by Schj, average VG. Starting Bid $20

455 N. Song, Sheng Sung, 1101, S-607, H16.354 etc, VF, green & brown patina, nice.

Starting Bid $2



456 N. Song, Zheng He, 1111-17, S633, H16.428, nice F-VF, strong details, hilighted

patina. Starting Bid $2



457 N. Song, LOT of 15 diff Schj types, all with "Slipped molds" (rev much off-ctr);

incl S-489 (scarce) AVF, 591 VF, others VG-F. Very uncommon. Starting Bid $30

458 N. Song, Yuan-feng, 1078-85, Large 2-Cash, S-553, H16.223, Nice F-VF, well detailed,

hilited patina. Start Bid $3



459 N. Song, Large 2-Cash coins, LOT of 15 diff, identified by Schj #s in 2x2s, all G

or better. Starting Bid $20

460 N. Song, LOT of 63 diff, identified by Schjoth, some scarce, all G or better, half VG

or better. Start Bid $50

461 Southern Song Dynasty, COLLECTION of large 2-Cash, S731-1058, 66 diff, identified

in 2x2s, many scarce & rare; many low grade but averages G-VG. Starting Bid $100

462 Jin (Tartar) Dynasty, Zheng Long, 1158-61, Schj.1083, H18.40, Choice VF+, nice 2-toned

Green & brown patina. (A GVF realized $165, CNG eAuc 5/21.) Starting Bid $10



463 Ming Dynasty, Chuang-Lieh, 1628-44, LOT of 8 diff w/mintmarks, Schj.1242-1269,

identified in 2x2s, average VG-F. Scarce. Starting Bid $25

464 Qing Dynasty, Yong-zheng, 1722-35, LOT of all 7 mints listed in Schjoth, at least F,

some VF. Starting Bid $35

465 Xian Feng, 1851-61, 10 Cash, Yunnan, 39 mm, C26-5, VF+, olive-brown patina with

some hilighting. Start Bid $20




466 Guang-xu, 1875-1908, Tientsin mint, C8-1 etc, LOT of 12 diff varieties with dots,

circles, dashes, crescents, identified per KM, average F or so. Scarce. (Cat $90+) Starting Bid $25

467 Mixed Qing cash, LOT of 93, a reasonable assortment, some identified, all in reasonably

decent condition, average close to Fine. Start Bid $25

468 Omnibus China cash starter collection, 95 diff coins, identified by Schjoth etc mostly

in 2x2s; from BC to the end, a good representation of all periods; abt 1/3 N. Song & 1/3 Qing;

incl some scarce surprises; a few Xinjiang; condition generally G or better.

Cheap Starting Bid $60

469 Lot of 112 STRUCK cash, mostly Kwangtung Y190, all decent VF or better.

Starting Bid $15


MISCELLANEOUS GROUP LOTS ETC.

470 GREEK coins, 18 diff, good variety, identified, all around VG or so. Starting Bid $55

471 GREEK, a similar lot of 17 diff, identified, a trifle better than the previous, VG or better.

Starting Bid $70

472 ROMAN PROVINCIAL, 20 assorted, not identified but most should be identifiable, all around

VG or so, a few interesting types. Starting Bid $55



473 ROMAN Sestertii, lot of 17, identified by ruler, but very low grade, revs mostly

uncertain. Starting Bid $35

Starting bids are intended to be really minimal and cheap

474 PROBUS Antoniniani, 9 diff reverses, all F or a bit better, typical surface imperfections,

not bad. Starting Bid $40

475 ROMAN coins of 34 diff rulers, identified at least by ruler, generally around VG,

many with roughness, some scarce. Starting Bid $80

476 LATE ROMAN, 21 asstd, identified at least by ruler, generally VG-F or so with typical

detractions. Two lots available. Starting Bid $35

477 LATE ROMAN, 18 asstd, good variety, identified, all F-VF, nice group. Three lots available.

Starting Bid $70

478 BYZANTINE, 19 diff types, identified, all periods, pretty low grade. Actually not pretty.

Starting Bid $50

479 COWRIE SHELLS, 12 assorted, nice, accumulated from different sources; used as

primitive money. Starting Bid $3



480 ORIENTAL AMULET??, 57 mm, thick, center hole, iron, some Chinese characters,

dragons, etc., date? 1919 or 1818?? F-VF. Unusual, like nothing I've ever seen.

Starting Bid $10




481 OLDE COIN JUNQUE LOT: Afghan early Æ; Armenia 13th cent; Austria early Pfen;

Brabant 1600s Æ; Ceylon c.1000 AD + 1240-75; Danzig 1754; Burgundy 13th c Den;

Lorraine c.1700; Brandenburg Sol 1629; Silesia Ar 1625; Hungary Matthias denar;

India Delhi & Kwarezm jitals; Lucca 11th cent denier; Lithuania & Livonia solidi;

Poland c.1500 sil; Russia Mikhail I wire coin; Scotland Æ. 24 coins, identified, most

rather low grade. Starting Bid $35

482 UNITED STATES, 60 coins in slabs, International Numismatic Bureau, all

graded DCAM GEM PROOF. Including 8 Quarters, others 1¢-10¢. Very nice. Starting bid $75

483 SPANISH-AMERICA, 1773-1820, 1/2R (6), 1 R (3), 2R (6); all around G, a few sl

lower or w/problems. Starting Bid $50

484 USA Lot of 5 diff NASA/Space related medals, 1981-2001, 34-40 mm, 2 with

keychains attached. Starting Bid $8



485 AFGHANISTAN, 17 early copper coins, Medievalish, most with partial identification,

maybe some duplication, fairly decent condition, average around F. Starting Bid $25

486 AUSTRIA, 42 diff coins, up to 1885, in 2x2s & (mostly) envs, 7 silver, generally low grade,

some better. Start Bid $25

487 AUSTRIA, pre-1800, 22 diff, a few silver, identified in 2x2s, all G or better.

Starting Bid $45

488 BRAZIL, Lot of 10 diff 1735-1830, nice group, all G or better, several much better.

Starting Bid $25

489 CHINA, Dragon Coppers, 53 diff, identified, mostly F-VF. Starting Bid $60

490 COLOMBIA, Lot of 11 diff, 1828-1855, identified in envs, Good or better.

Worth Starting Bid $40

491 DANISH WEST INDIES, 13 diff, half low grade or problems, half not bad. Starting Bid $25

492 DENMARK, Skilling era coins, pre-1868, 31 diff, VG to VF. Starting Bid $80

493 FRANCE, 10 diff pre-1800 Jetons, majority lower grade/ problems (1 holed), but several

fairly decent including a 29 mm Nuremberg style, with fishes & lis trios in quarters of cross/

9 lises in circle, very unusual. Plus a 40 mm Henri IV c.1600 medal in lead, F-VF/G with rim

bumps. Start Bid $25

494 FRANCE, Pre-1792, 21 coins, maybe couple duplicates, nrly all AG & worn, all with

visible dates. Starting Bid $25

495 FRANCE, 1791-93 Revolution coinage, 6 Deniers to 2 Sous, 16 diff, all with dates visible,

AG-G. Starting Bid $25

496 FRANCE, 17 Revolutionary coins with "L'An" dates, incl 2 with "UN" c/mk on 2 Decimes

& one Decime struck over 2 Decimes; plus 6 earlier coins. All with unclear dates (a few

arguably discernable). Starting Bid $15

497 FRANCE, 144 diff pre-1900 coins, incl 24 silver, in 2x2s & envs, all in decent

collectable condition. Start Bid $150

498 GERMAN state coins, 56 diff, identified; ALL strictly VF; 33 are Prussian,

8 are silver/billon. Starting Bid $145

499 GERMAN state coins, 79 diff, identified, all Fine or better. Only 23 are Prussia.

Starting Bid $160

500 GERMAN state coins, 59 diff, all silver or billon, only 7 Prussia, identified, all low

grade or problems. Start Bid $50

501 GERMAN STATES, silver (some low fineness), 58 diff, identified, all VG or better.

Starting Bid $95

502 GERMAN STATES, 75 diff, only 6 Prussian, all low grade or problems.

Starting Bid $50

503 GERMAN STATES, 60 diff, all PRE-1800, identified, low grade but dates all visible.

Starting Bid $95

504 GERMAN STATES, 50 diff, all PRE-1800, all G, identified. Starting Bid $100

505 GREAT BRITAIN, Pre-1800, 22 diff, includes 1/4d & 1/2d 1694; AG, a few better.

Starting Bid $25

506 KOREA, cash coins, 1757-1857, COLLECTION of 115 diff, identified by Mandel numbers.

With one side crudely made (typical), the other fully clear; it's the rev on the great majority.

Overall probably average at least VG for these. Much scarcer than Chinese, Japan or Viet cash.

(In my last sale a lot I graded AG-G brought over $2 per coin.) Starting bid $150

507 KOREA, Larger cash style coins, 2 Mun 1679-1752, 6 diff, average VG+; plus 19 diff 1880s

5 Mun (incl scarce M15.11C.7) most rather crappy as these usually are but not the worst.

Identified by Mandel #s. Starting Bid $35

508 JAPAN, Cash, Tokyo Mintmk, 1668-1700, 55 pcs, VF-EF with relatively small natural

cast holes. Starting Bid $15

509 MEXICO, silver coins, 1750-1817, 8 Half Reales, 5 Reales, 4 2 Reales, all diff, all AG-G.

Starting Bid $50

510 USA, Low grade, problem & cull type coins, all with dates: 3 Large cents, FE cent,

1¢ 1859 (2), 1862, 30 Indians (6 only sl problems), 2¢ 1868, 1871, 3¢ 1852,53,47, 9 half dimes,

5 shield nickels, Lib 5¢ 1887,88,90 & 7 other, 10 Std Dimes, 4 Std 25¢, 4 Civ War tokens.

In all 84 coins. Starting Bid $80

511 VIETNAM, 31 diff Cash coins, majority pre-1800, identified in mostly 2x2s with

Schjoth & C-numbers, G or better, average at least VG. Starting Bid $30

512 WEST AFRICA, bronze Manilla "slave" bracelet primitive money, 18-19th cent.,

LOT of 7 different, all with decoration, from abt 2-1/2 to 5 inches, one is a massive

2-&-3/4 pounds, the rest 2-1/2 pounds together. Starting Bid $100



LITERATURE

513 Auction catalogs from 19 different overseas firms, recent, all with ancient coins & plates,

mostly hefty catalogs, half w/PRLs, weight 38 lbs. Starting Bid $15

514 Bell, Copper Commercial Coins 1811-1819, 1964, hardcover, 238 pp, well illus.

Starting Bid $8

515 Gardner, Catalog of Greek Coins in the British Museum - The Seleucid Kings of Syria,

1963 Forni edn, hardcover, 126 pp plus 28 plates. (Same edition brought $47, CNG 6/06.)

Starting Bid $18

516 Cohen, Monnaies L'Empire Romain, French 1880s, Scorpion cardcover reprints, complete

set of 8 Volumes, catalogs ALL Roman coins, still extremely useful as listings are alphabetical

by legend, unlike RIC. A foot of shelf space. Library labels taped on spines.

(In my 12/11 sale, a Scorpion reprint set brought $379 on $650 bid.) Start Bid $110

517 Mattingly, Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, "BMC," set of

Volumes I to IV, covering Augustus to Commodus, matching hardcovers with djs, the djs

somewhat distressed; 1965-68; weight 14 pounds. (Same edition brought $138, CNG 9/04.)

Starting Bid $100

518 As previous but just Vol. IV, A.Pius to Commodus, 300+ text pages + 111 plates.

Starting Bid $20

519 Coole, Coins in China's History, 1963, large size hardcover, 159 pp, illus, binding just

sl loose. Covers all periods; a classic. Starting Bid $15

520 Schjoth, Chinese Currency, 88 pages + 132 hand-drawn plates; the 1965 Virgil Hancock

edition with added material & price supplement. Large size hardcover. Catalogs Chinese

cash + Annam, Korea, Japan, amulets. Still extremely useful; I catalog by Schjoth numbers.

Starting Bid $25

521 Levinson, The Early Dated Coins of Europe 1234-1500, 2007, large size hardcover

279 pp, illustrated catalog, near new. (Same brought $47, CNG eAuc 12/20.)

Starting Bid $20

522 Lorber, Amphipolis, The Civic Coinage in Silver & Gold, 1990, large hardcover w/dj,

196 pp + 31 plates. (A Copy brought $92, CNG 9/08.) Starting Bid $10

523 Mildenburg & Hurter, The Arthur S. Dewing Collection of Greek Coins, ANS 1985, in

2 hardcover volumes, 194 pp text + 142 plates, in cloth covered slipcase, perfect condition.

Lovely set. (Same with damaged slipcase brought $288 CNG 5/07.) Starting Bid $35

524 Matthew Kreuzer, Guide Book to Ptolemaic Coins - The Economic History & Coinage

System of the Ptolemaic Kingdom, appx 650 unbound 1-sided pages; an amazingly

comprehensive work covering Ptolemaic & related coinages in great depth.

Unpublished, thus extremely rare. Start Bid $100

525 Gabrici, La Monetazione del Bronzo Nella Sicilia Antica, (in case you can't translate, that,

Ancient Sicilian bronze coins) 1927, Forni reprint, softcover, 210 pp + 10 plates.

(Same reprint sold for $47, CNG eAuc 3/16.) Starting Bid $10

526 De La Tour, Atlas de Monnaies Gauloises, 1968 large hardcover Spink reprint,

with 55 plates, important & still very useful catalog of Celtic coins. Starting Bid $18

527 Sydenham, Aes Grave - A Study of the Cast Coinages of Rome & Central Italy, 1926,

large size Forni reprint, 145 pp + 28 plates. Starting Bid $10

528 SNG Israel I, Arnold Spaer Collection of Seleucid Coins, 1998, large size hardcover w/dj,

189 pp + 189 plates, VF condition. (Same, sold for $138 CNG 9/06.) Starting Bid $25

529 Mattingly, Roman Coins, 1967 reprint edition, 305 pp + 64 plates, XEROX copy, with

holes for 3-ring binder. Starting Bid $2

530 Christiansen, Coins of Alexandria & the Nomes, Brit Museum 1991, 151 pp + 12 plates,

large size. Start Bid $12

531 Kunker (Germany), Auction catalogs, 10/20 & 9/21, all ancient coins,

267 + 156 pp, w/PRLs, really beautifully produced catalogs with color plates. Starting Bid $4

532 Numismatica Ars Classica, 4 auctions, 10/20, 5/21, 6/21 (2), one hardcover; hefty catalogs

of great coins, again beautiful productions. 9+ pounds. Starting Bid $6

533 Wroth, Imperial Byzantine Coins, 685 pp + 77 plates; Western & Provincial Byzantine Coins,

344 pp + 42 plates; 1908 & 1911 cataloguing the Brit Mus collection; Argonaut reprints,

matching hardcover set. (An identical reprint set realized $288, CNG 9/04.) Starting Bid $50

534 Sear, Greek Coins & Their Values, Vol 1 Europe, Vol 2 Asia & Africa, together 762 pp,

well illus, 1978-79 (latest editions), Seaby hardcovers w/djs. Ltly used. Starting Bid $40

535 Muller-Falbe-Lindberg, The Coinage of Ancient Africa, 1860, Obol reprint 1977,

a massive hardcover volume, 700 pp, over 4 lbs.

(Same reprint, VF, brought $224, CNG eAuc 2/20.) Starting Bid $25

536 Seaby, Roman Silver Coins, Volumes I-IV, covering Republic to Postumus; four hardcovers

w/djs, 1967-71. Dustjackets somewhat distressed. Catalogs every variety alphabetically by

legends, with values. Starting Bid $40

537 Sear, Roman Coins & Their Values, Volume V, 2014, covering AD 337 to 391, 575 pp,

no dj, otherwise as New. Starting Bid $40

538 Klawans, An Outline of Ancient Greek Coins, 1959, hardcover, 208 pp, illus.

Starting Bid $2

539 Robert Graves, The Greek Myths, in 2 Volumes, total 699 pp, beautifully decorated boards,

in gilt lettered Slipcase by Folio Society, 2000, near new condition; lovely set, I couldn't resist

buying it. Starting Bid $4

540 Brit Museum, Pharaoh, King of Ancient Egypt, 180 pp, oversized, beautiful color

photos of artifacts; Dodson, Monarchs of the Nile, 238 pp; Silverman, Ed., Ancient Egypt, 256 pp,

well illus; 3 softcovers. Starting Bid $5

541 Bahn, Ed., Cambridge Illustrated History of Archaeology, 1996, 386 pp, large hardcover

w/dj; Falls, The First 3000 Years, Viking 1960, hardcover w/dj, illus; Kramer, The Sumerians,

355 pp. Starting Bid $5

542 Richardson, Herod, King of the Jews & Friend of the Romans, 360 pp, hardcover w/dj;

Durham, Hannibal, Pride of Carthage, 640 pp; Stuttard & Moorhead, 31 BC, Antony, Cleopatra &

The Fall of Egypt, Brit Museum, 184 pp, well illus incl many coins. Starting Bid $5

543 Kerrigan, A Dark History: The Roman Emperors from Julius Caesar to the Fall of Rome,

255 pp, large hardcover w/dj, beautiful color illus incl coins; Strauss, Ten Caesars - Roman

Emperors from Augustus to Constantine, 410 pp. Starting Bid $4

544 Luttwak, The Grand Strategy of the Roman Empire From the First Century AD to the Third,

255 pp, hardcover w/dj, maps; Wells, The Battle that Stopped Rome, 256 pp, some illus.

(about Teutoburg Forest); Guicciardini, The Sack of Rome, 153 pp. Starting Bid $5

545 Dacey & Danziger, The Year 1000 - What Life was Like at the Turn of the First Millennium

[Hint: it sucked], 230 pp, hardcover w/dj; Gottfried, The Black Death, 203 pp, hardcover,

ex-Library; Cantor, The Medieval World, 300-1300, 339 pp. Starting Bid $5

546 Green, Ed.,, The Celtic World, 1996, hardcover w/dj, 839 pp, illus; Ellis, The Druids, 304 pp,

illus. Starting Bid $4

547 Harrison, Joan of Arc - A Life Transfigured, 2014, hardcover w/dj, 382 pp, some color illus,

as New; Mark Twain, Joan of Arc, 452 pp. Twain actually called this his best book.

Compare and contrast. Starting Bid $4

548 La Fay, The Vikings, Nat Geog Soc, 207 pp, hardcover w/dj, color illus; Craughwell,

How the Barbarian Invasions Shaped the Modern World, 319 pp, large softcover, many color

illus; Weatherford, Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World, 312 pp.

Starting Bid $5

549 Norwich, A Short History of Byzantium, 431 pp (maybe not so short), some illus;

Mathews, Byzantium from Antiquity to the Renaissance, 176 pp, many color illus.

Starting Bid $4

550 Sayles, Classical Deception: Counterfeits, Forgeries & Reproductions of Ancient Coins,

196 pp, hardcover w/dj. Still an interesting book even now that the government has cracked

down and eliminated all fakes from the marketplace. Starting Bid $10

551 Peck, English Copper, Tin & Brinze Coins in the British Museum 1558-1958, pubd by

BM 1960, large hardcover, 646 pp + 50 plates; wonderful classic reference.

(A copy brought $76 on $85 bid in my 2/20 sale.) Starting Bid $50

552 Allan, A Catalogue of Indian Coins in the British Museum - Coins of Ancient India,

318 pp + 46 plates, 1967 reprint of 1936 original; hardcover w/dj in protective plastic.

(Same reprint brought $94, CNG eAuc 11/17.) Start Bid $30


FIXED PRICE SPECIALS -- MULTIPLES AVAILABLE

553 ELYMAIS, Æ Drachms, 2d century AD, mixed types, strictly VF, generally with nice

2-toned green patinas. 3/39.95



554 CELTIC Ring money, BC, lot of 6 diverse sizes from around 12 to 28 mm, generally

with pale green patinas 17.50



555 INDIA, Bahawalpur, Square Paisa, Y8, AH1342,1343 crude VF or better (cat $12)

2.99, 3/7.95, 10/23.95

556 CHINA, Northern Song Dynasty, 960-1127, cash coins, lot of 50 varied types, lower

grade &/or cast holes, cracks, etc., but generally identfiable 14.95

557 -- Cash coins, lot of 43 diff, nrly all pre-Ching, nice FAKES with convincing 2-toned

green patinas, 32.95



558 -- Fakes of silver coins, generally 20c size, lot of 25 different varieties, 13.95

559 RUSSIA, Ivan the Terrible, Silver wire coins, Dengas and Kopecks, both as Great Prince

1534-47 & as Czar 1547-84; F or better, some crudeness but good for these, 8.95, 3 for 23.95



560 RIGA, billon Solidi, c. 1630-60, crude, maybe AG-G or so, no dates visible, 10 for 7.95,

30 for 21.95

561 -- Same but VG-F, crude but not bad for these, though dates not visible, which is typical.

Ten for 12.95, 30 for 35.95

562 PALEMBANG (Sumatra), Tin Pitis, before 1821, assortment of varied types, these seem

to me crazy low prices.(Note, KM lists only 2 varieties, really the same, F at $20-$25)

G-VG 30/11.95, 100/29.95, 300/79.00

563 -- Same, VG-F, 10/6.45, 30/16.95, 100/49.95

564 -- Same, F-VF 10/8.95, 30/23.95



565 -- Same, EF, very nice! 10 for 29.75, 30 for 79.50

566 -- My little book with enlarged illustrations of 291 different Palembang varieties,

with rarity ratings, 4.99

567 DEMAK (Java) Sultan Pangeran al Patah 1475-1518, Tin pitis, 20 mm uniface,

VF or better, nice for this 7.95, 3 for 19.95



568 VIETNAM, Zinc cash, C36, Toda 285 ($30), Thien-Minh Thong bao, 1739-66, rare F,

very decent for this. 7.85



569 BELGIUM, Medal, 2014, 37 mm crown size, gold colored, King & Queen busts/arms,

BU, I got a quantity cheerfully cheap: 1.99, 3/4.95, 10/14.95, 30/39.95, 100/$99




570 FRENCH INDOCHINA, 1/4c 1942 VF (cat $15) 3.75, 3/9.45, 10/$27.95

571 Same, 1943, scarce, VF (cat $35) 7.95, 3/21.95, 10/$64.50

572 SOMALIA, 25S 2004 crown size, Pope JPII, set of 3 KM155-57 BU (cat $21) 7.95,

3/21.95, 10/$65, 30/$179

573 EQUAT. GUINEA, 1000Fr 1995 crown size, colorized stamp, error lgnd KM84.2

Unc 9.95 3/27.75

574 SUDAN, 50G crown 1972 Scarcer variety KM56.2 Unc 3.25, 3/8.95, 10/27.95, 30/74.95

575 UZBEKISTAN, 100S 2004 BU (cat $15) 2.99, 3/7.95, 10 for 24.95

576 UKRAINE, Hryvnia, 2012, soccer Euro-2012 BU (cat $3.50) 1.15, 3/2.50, 10/8.95

577 -- 6-pc type set, 1K to 50K, 2004-07, BU (cat $12.25) 2.99, 3/7.95, 10/24.95

578 MOZAMBIQUE 20c 1974 BU (cat $8) .99, 3/2.70

579 NETHERLANDS Token 1975, 1 Florin, Mokum, 700th Anniv, CN, 22 mm, coinlike BU

nice .65, 3 for 1.70, 10/4.75, 30/12.95



580 TATARSTAN , 1993 Kilo (Bread) KM Tn1 BU ($25) 7.95, 3/19.95, 10/59.95

581 BITCOIN, value around $50,000 but for that you don't even actually get a coin.

Buy mine for just $1.99 and you do: 38 mm, dated 2013, BU.



582 GERMANY, 3 Marks 1922G BU (MS60 cat $25) 5.95, 3/14.95, 10/$43

583 KYRGYZSTAN, 10 Som 2009 KM43 BU (cat $6) 1.60, 3/3.99, 10/12.50

584 -- 2008 6-pc set, 1-10-50 Tyin-1-3-5 Som BU (cat $7.60) 2.90, 3/7.85, 10/23.95

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