SALE 119 PART 3
234 CONSTANTIUS I, Argenteus, VIRTVS MILITVM, Tetrarchs before city gate, no mm; EF,
nrly centered, a few very sl surface imperfections (but no flan crack); deeply toned, portrait
extremely sharp. (An EF with sl crack brought $1445, Gorny 10/09.) Starting Bid $400
235 GALERIUS, As Augustus, Follis, GENIO AVGVSTI, Genius stg l, with altar, PLC; Choice VF+,
perfect centering, good strike, lustery dark greenish-brown. (A VF+ realized $87, CGF 6/03.)
Starting Bid $20
236 SEVERUS II, As Caes, Follis, GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius stg l, at altar; VF, centered,
dark steely-brown, lt porosity. Rare. (Same variety, VF, sold for $269, CNG eAuc 1/13.)
Starting Bid $65
237 LICINIUS I, Reduced Follis, IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter stg l, with Victory & eagle, S/SMN;
EF, Virtually mint state, , centered, pretty good strike; fully silvered with lt tone.
(An EF brought $292, Lanz 6/12.) Starting Bid $40
238 LICINIUS I, Æ3, Mantled bust r, hldg globe & mappa/ PROVIDENTIAE AVGG, camp
gate, A/SMHA; Superb EF+, virtu-ally mint state, centered & sharply struck, silvered surfaces
with lt tone. Fantastic portrait detail. Camp gate actually scarce for Licinius I, and rare with
this bust right. (Same variety, Ch. EF, brought $460, CNG 10/15.) Starting Bid $60
239 LICINIUS II, Æ3, VICTORIAE LATEAE PRINC PERP, 2 Victories hldg shield inscr VOT PR,
C on base, PT; Choice AEF, centered & well struck, good 2-toned lt brown surfaces. Rare!
(A VF-EF realized $177, Munz Zentr 5/12.) Starting Bid $40
240 CONSTANTINE I, Æ3, PROVIDENTIAE AVGG, camp gate, SMKB; EF, well centered &
struck, glowing smooth brown surfaces. Ex European auction as SPL+.
(An EF brought $81 on $90 bid in my 6/05 sale; EF $365, DNW 4/08.) Start Bid $30
241 CONSTANTINE I, Æ3, VOT XX in wreath, lgnd around, TSAVI; AEF, centered, minor
crudeness, medium brown. (A VF/VF+ brought $190, iNumis 3/07.) Starting Bid $20
242 CONSTANTINE I, Posthumous, Æ4, Veiled bust r/Ruler in chariot r, hand of God above,
SMANZ; EF, well centered & struck, full lgnds, smooth dark patina with much earthen
hilighting. Unusually good for this. (EFs realized $350, Lanz 5/06, $325 Gorny 10/07.)
Starting Bid $40
243 COMMEMORATIVE, Æ3/4, CONSTANTINOPOLIS bust l/ Victory on prow, TRP; Nice EF,
well centered & struck, strong detail both sides, dark brown.
(An AEF sold for $131 in my 11/12 auction; EF $231, Gorny 10/08.) Starting Bid $35
244 COMMEMORATIVE, Æ4, POP ROMANVS ("Father Rome") bust l/Star & CONSB in wreath;
F+, well centered, dark brown patina. Scarce type. (An AVF brought $81 in my 4/94 sale.)
Starting Bid $25
245 HANNIBALIANUS, Æ3, SECVITAS PVBLICA, Euphrates recl r, mintmk mostly off but must
be CONSS; AVF, lgnds partly wk/off, dark brown, nice portrait with much detail.
(A VF with lgnds mostly wk/off brought $380 on $544 bid in my 9/99 sale.) Starting Bid $140
246 CONSTANTINE II, Æ3, bust l./PROVIDENTIAE CAESS, camp gate, STR; EF/VF-EF, rev sl
off-ctr, lgnd partly wk, smooth dark green patina with sl hilighting, portrait detail very sharp.
(A VF-EF with min. corr brought $173, Kunker 9/21.) Starting Bid $22
247 CONSTANS, Æ Cent, FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Ruler hldg labarum & Phoenix on galley steered
by Victory, TSE*; EF, virtually as struck with toned lustrous silvering, well centered, portrait fully
sharp. (An EF brought $732, Nomos 10/16.) Starting Bid $80
248 CONSTANS, as previous except Ruler holds Victory, TSA; and condition exactly the same.
(An "SPL" brought $580, CGF 6/07.) Starting Bid $80
249 CONSTANTIUS II, Cent, FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Soldier spearing fallen horseman, TSD; EF,
well centered, silvered surfaces with lt tone & hint of granularity; portrait detail quite sharp.
(An EF with sl corrosion brought $640, Helios 3/11.) Starting Bid $60
250 CONSTANTIUS II, Cent, FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Ruler hldg labarum & Phoenix on galley
steered by Victory, RP; AEF/VF, well centered on large round flan, rev lgnd wk, dark brown
patina. Unusual neat style with border of large dots, possibly contemporary imitation?
Most interesting! (A VF-EF brought $75 on $100 bid in my 4/22 sale.) Starting Bid $30
251 CONSTANTIUS II, Æ4, VOT XX MVLT XX in wreath, SMANS; Choice EF, sl off-ctr, sharp portrait
& rev features, glossy dark green patina. (An EF realized $180, Lanz 5/08.) Starting Bid $25
252 VETRANIO, Cent, HOC SIGNO VICTOR ERIS, Victory crowning Ruler, •ASIS*; EF, well
centered, full lgnds, decent brown surfaces, sharp portrait hair & beard detail.
(An EF realized $1533, Rauch 4/14.) Starting Bid $175
253 JULIAN, Æ1, SECVRITAS REIPVB, bull stg r, *ASIRM-wreath; EF, well centered on full round
flan, dark greenish patina, sl surface disturbances; nice bold coin with good portrait detail.
(An EF/AEF brought $665 on $990 bid in my 9/20 sale.) Starting Bid $225
254 ANONYMOUS ("Anti-Christian" issue), Æ3, GENIO ANTIOCHENI, Genius of Antioch facg,
River God swimming below/APOLLONI SANCTO, Apollo stg l, E/AMS; Choice VF-EF, centered, full
lgnds, dark patina with strong orangy hilighting. Very nice for this scarce coinage. Note the mintmk
is backwards, should be SMA; this is a known & very rare variant.
(A VF of the type realized $188, Peus 10/13.) Start Bid $40
255 JOVIAN, Æ3, bust l./VOT V MVLT X in wreath, HERACB; VF, well centered on large flan,
glossy dark brown patina, touch of roughness mainly on rev, strong details.
(A Nice VF brought $96 in my 1/00 sale.) Starting Bid $30
256 JOVIAN, Æ3, Bust l./VOT V in wreath, HERACB; VF, obv sl off-ctr, dark brown patina, sl
roughness mainly on rev. Good portrait detail (A GVF brought $213 CNG 10/08) Start Bid $20
257 VALENS, Æ3, SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE, Victory adv l, ASISC; VF, well centered, full lgnds,
lt brown. (A VF realized $28 in my 1/94 sale.) Starting Bid $13
258 GRATIAN, Æ3, VIRTVS ROMANORVM, Roma std, ANTA; VF-EF, centered, some lgnd
crudeness, dark green patina with sl roughness & hilighting; sharp EF hair detail.
(An AEF brought $89 in my 2/20 sale.) Starting Biding $23
259 GRATIAN, Æ4, VOT XX MVLT XXX in wreath, ANTA; EF/VF, sl off-ctr, brown patina,
unusually well detailed. Rare this good. (An AEF/VF brought $85, Lanz 5/00.) Start Bid $30
260 VALENTINIAN II, Æ4, VICTORIA AVGGG, Victory adv l, ASIS; VF+, well centered, full tho
crude lgnds, dark brown patina, sl rough.
(A VF brought $46 on $75 bid in my 11/12 sale; AEF $200, Elsen 9/05.) Starting Bid $20
261 THEODOSIUS I, Æ2, GLORIA ROMANORVM, Ruler stg w/globe & labarum, SMHA; EF/VF+,
obv sl off-ctr on sl ragged flan, glossy dark green patina with paler green hilighting, well
struck, unusually sharp portrait detail. (A VF realized $122, Munz Zentrum 1/17.)
Starting Bid $60
262 THEODOSIUS I, Æ4, VICTORIA AVGGG, Victory adv l, BSIS; EF/VF+, well centered & struck,
lt brown, excellent for this. (A Near EF brought $87, Naumann 12/13.) Start Bid $40
263 ARCADIUS, Æ4, SALVS REIPVBLICAE, Victory adv l, SMKG; EF, centered & well struck on
sl ragged flan, good medium brown surfaces, exceptional for this. Ex my collection
(An EF sold for $222, Thesaurus 12/08.) Starting Bid $50
264 HONORIUS, Æ2, GLORIA ROMANORVM, Ruler stg w/ globe & labarum, ANTG; Choice
VF, perfectly centered & well struck, good darkish brown surfaces. Try to find another this nice.
(A GVF brought $150, Vecchi 10/97.) Start Bid $50
265 ANASTASIUS I, Follis, S19, Offic.E; F/AVF, big 34 mm flan, smooth dark greenish patina
with earthen hilighting. Nice bold coin. (A F was sold for $225, Berk 9/20.) Starting Bid $25
266 JUSTINIAN I, Follis, S-158, Offic. B; Strong F+, good medium brown surfaces, everything
bold, nice for this. (A GVF brought $245, Roma 1/16.) Starting Bid $25
267 JUSTINIAN I, Follis, S207, Facing bust/KYZ-XuIIII-B; F, nrly centered, dark grey-brown
patina, full strong face. (VFs brought $558, CNG 9/13, $640, Lanz 5/09.) Starting Bid $80
268 JUSTINIAN I, 5N, S243, F+/VF, centered, obv somewhat crude, rev bold, dark patina with
earthen hilighting in back-grounds. (A VF realized $110, Vecchi 12/97.) Start Bid $10
269 JUSTIN II, Follis, S369, NIKO-X-B, EF/VF, obv sl off-ctr on somewhat ragged flan, nice
dark green patina with some paler green hilighting; figures show exceptionally strong detail,
even including faces. Ex my collection.
(Compare an F-VF/VF bringing $135 on $150 bid in my 6/13 sale; GVF $460, CNG 9/11.)
Starting Bid $100
270 JUSTIN II, 1/2 Follis, S366, TES-Delta; VF, centered on elongated flan, dark green patina
with earthen hilighting; much detail on figures.
(Clearly much nicer than a VF, same variety, sold for $95, Pegasi 4/11.) Starting Bid $17
271 MAURICE, 10 Nummia, S498, Facg bust/Large I betw star & Delta, CON; VF, somewhat
off-ctr, dark patina with orangy hilighting. Reasonable portrait detail. Scarce!
(Same var., VF, brought $73, CNG eAuc 8/11.) Starting Bid $18
272 MAURICE, 1/2 Follis, S535, Facg bust/Large K, Theoupolis, IIX; F-VF, dark greenish patina
with earthen hilighting, sl off-ctr, everything clear.
(An F-VF/VF realized $36 on $40 bid in my 39/20 sale.) Starting Bid $18
273 MAURICE., Follis, S533, THEUPS-X-Gamma; AVF/VF+, nrly centered, medium fecal brown,
lt even granularity, portrait with much detail incl fully clear face.
(A F-VF/AVF brought $52 on $87 bid in my 9/20 thing.) Starting Bid $25
274 HERACLIUS, Follis, S-884, Syracuse countermark on halved flan of earlier issue
("CON" clear, Choice VF-EF, green patina, the two busts unusually strong with excellent facial
details. (A GVF realized $295, CNG 9/21.) Starting Bid $80
275 CONSTANS II, Follis. S1007, on rev XIIII, offic E; F+, usual crude & partly wk strike, brown
patina. Starting Bid $15
276 CONSTANTINE V, Follis, S1569, AVF, centered on usual small unround flan, olive-green
patina, all 3 portraits reasonably clear. (An AVF brought $81 on $100 bid in my 6/13 sale.)
Starting Bid $15
277 LEO VI, Follis, S1729, Facg bust/4-line lgnd, VF, well centered & struck, 2-toned lt brown
with bold contrast. (A VF brought $110 on $216 bid in my 10/08 sale.) Start Bid $30
278 ANONYMOUS, Follis, S1818, Facg Christ bust/4-line lgnd, variety w/chevrons above &
below; VF, sl off-ctr on unround flan, dark brown patina, minor roughness, Christ's face quite
(An AVF brought $107 in my 2/16 sale; VF $391, CNG eAuc 12/14.) Starting Bid $35
279 ANONYMOUS, Follis, S1823, Christ bust facg/Cross & lgnd; VF, unround flan, rev sl off-ctr,
dark green patina with earthen hilighting. Excellent detail on Christ, including a clear face.
(A VF with face flat brought $175, Davisson 6/13.) Starting Bid $30
280 ANONYMOUS, (Romanus IV) Follis, S1867, Christ bust facg/Mary bust facg; VF, obv sl
off-ctr, dark green patina with earthen hilighting, good detail both sides, with Christ's face fully
clear. Rare this nice. (A VF with faces flat brought $364, NY Sale 1/08.) Starting Bid $35
281 MICHAEL VII, 1071-78, Scyphate Ar Miliaresion, S1873, Virgin stg/Michael stg; VF,
centered, decent strike, good silver color, teensy edge split. Rare. With Economopoulos tag $1250.
(A GVF brought $2040, Triton 1/21.) Starting Bid $225
282 MICHAEL VIII, Æ Trachy, S2288, Large patriarchal cross/Michael stg; G/F, greenish patina,
obv hard to make out, rev figure quite clear. Rare. Starting Bid $17
MISCELLANEOUS OLD COINS
283 ANGOLA, Æ Macuta 1814, 34 mm, crowned arms/lgnds; EF, virtually as struck with
good surfaces, apart from area of encrustation at edge; peripheral lgnds partly wk.
(A VF brought $73, CNG eAuc 5/11.) Starting Bid $20
284 ARAB-Sasanian, Ar Drachm (33 mm), Sasanian types, Ubayd Allah ibn Ziyad, governor,
Bishapur mint, Yr 62; Choice EF, centered on large sl unround flan, good silver, quite well struck
with superb portrait. Rare. (A VF, same mint & date, realized $343, Leu 2/21.) Starting Bid $100
285 ARGENTINA, Æ 2 Reales 1853, 31 mm, F-VF, good strike, problem-free, nice.
Starting Bid $5
286 ARMENIA, Hetoum II, 1289-1306, Æ Kardez, 20x24 mm, Facing head/cross, F, somewhat
off-ctr on unround flan, brown, fairly clear portrait.
(A Near VF, no better (much wkness), brought $67, CNG eAuc 1/13.) Starting Bid $10
287 AUSTRALIA, Penny Token (1862), Parker, Ironmonger, Geelong; 34 mm, Stg
Justice/lgnds; Choice EF, well struck, good brown suhrfaces. (KM EF $300) Starting Bid $75
288 AUSTRIA, Thaler, 1814-G, Francis bust r/2-headed eagle, G-VG, very sl flan flaws, toned.
Scarce. Starting Bid $22
289 AUSTRIAN NETHERLANDS, Kronenthaler, 1765, 2-headed eagle/Crowns in cross; AF,
mounts removed from rev left & rt; sl adj marks. Starting Bid $20
290 AUSTRIA, SILESIA, 3 Kreuzer, 1697-MMW, Leo the Hogmouth bust r/2-headed eagle,
21 mm, F. Start Bid $5
291 AXUM, Ezanas c.370 AD, Æ 14 mm, bust r/cross in circle, lgnd around, M-H 52; F or so,
greyish green patina, sl hilighting, bust & obv lgnd reasonably clear.
(A GF brought $212, CNG eAuc 7/21.) Starting Bid $35
292 AZORES, 20 Reis 1865, 34 mm, a nice F-VF. Start Bid $5
293 BOLIVIA, 2 Reales, 1769, Pillar type, Rounded 9, nice F, slightest shortness of flan at one
edge, excellent metal with lt tone, problem free. KM "rare" no price.
(A F [looks dark & rough?] realized $132, Stacks 6/20.) Starting Bid $50
294 BOLIVIA, 2 Reales, 1781-PR, AF, minor rev wkness, portrait shows detail, good metal with
nice lt tone, few minor rim dings. Starting Bid $20
295 BOLIVIA, 8 Reales, 1791-PR, VG/G, toned, obv quite bold & decent. Better date.
Starting Bid $40
296 BRAZIL, 20 Reis 1829R, Choice VF, medium brown, problem free. Starting Bid $10
297 BRAZIL, 960 Reis, 1826R, AVF, nice lt toning; traces of overstrike on 8R, original date
1808 visible if you look hard. (An AVF sold for $175, Heritage Europe 5/22.) Start Bid $50
298 BRITISH GUIANA, Stiver token 1838, 32 mm, Std figure/lgnd, F, decent, problem-free.
Starting Bid $8
299 BRIT. WEST INDIES, 1/16 Dollar, 1822, AF/F-VF, some tiny marks obv, not bad, ltly toned. Starting Bid $3
300 CEYLON, Queen Lilavati, 1197-1210, Æ Massa, Monkey god/Monkey & lgnd, 20 mm, VF,
dark brown, centered, well made coin. (A VF brought $23 on $30 bid in my 9/10 sale.)
Starting Bid $8
301 CEYLON (?), Unknown early copper fanam (?), 8 mm, thick, bunch of dots/sunburst;
VF, brown. (Same, brought $13 on $25 bid in my last sale.) Starting Bid $2
302 CEYLON, Stiver, 1815, Geo III bust/Elephant, VG+, nice for grade, problem free.
Starting Bid $5
303 CHILE, 1/2 Real, 1814, nice strong F+, good two-toned metal, free of faults.
Starting Bid $20
304 CHILE, 2 Reales, 1787 Nice F, good problem-free metal with lt tone, bust with some
detail. Scarce date. (A F brought $280 + buyer fee, Sedwick 11/20.) Starting Bid $70
305 CHILE, 1/2 Real, 1842, Nice VG, ltly toned, fantastically decent. Scarce 2-year-type.
Starting Bid $10
306 CHILE, 50 Centavos, 1862/52, Spread wing Condor, rare date, F+, nice lt tone, very minor
scrs on obv. (In my last sale a VG+ with reeding partly recut brought $40 on $160 bid.)
Starting Bid $30
307 COLOMBIA, 2 Reales, 1793, Fair, well worn, toned, bold date & mintmk.
RARE! (KM VG=$200) Starting Bid $10
308 COLOMBIA, Real, 1847 Bogota, KM103, 1-year-type, Nice AF. Starting Bid $6
309 COLOMBIA, 8 Reales 1840 RS, F/AVF, good strike & planchet quality for this.
Starting Bid $40
310 COLOMBIA, 2 Decimos, 1866 Bog, AVF, minor scr at edge (Cat VF $60). Starting Bid $15
311 COLOMBIA, Peso, 1867, Nice strong AVF, well struck, good planchet, lt tone.
Starting Bid $45
312 COSTA RICA, C/mk of lion & lgnd around in circle, on 1/2 Real 1831-F (actually looks
like F over E or vice versa), VF/F, usual flatness on rev due to c/mk.
(A VF brought $235, Album 5/18.) Starting Bid $30
313 DALMATIA & ALBANIA, under Venice, Æ 2 Soldi, late 1600s, Lion of St Mark/lgnd, 28 mm;
F, brown, sl crude, minor imperfections. (A VF, hardly any better, brought $132, Stacks 10/20.)
Starting Bid $10
314 DANISH INDIA (Tranquebar), 4 Kas, KM145, 1761 or 1763, last part of date off; otherwise
F-VF, dark greenish patina with sl earthen hilighting. Starting Bid $5
315 DANISH WEST Indies, 2 Skilling 1847, Choice VF-EF, luster & lt tone.
Starting Bid $35
316 DANZIG, Ar 6 Groschen 1762, Friedrich August bust r/lions etc, 23 mm, overall F, better in
parts but parts wkly struck, good metal with nice lt tone. Starting Bid $20
317 DENMARK, Species Daler 1853 FF, VF/F+, engraved "Oct 4th 1861" on & below neck.
Otherwise a nice coin! (Cat F $225, VF $475). Start Bid $40
318 ECUADOR, Real 1834, Fasces betw cornucopiae/ sunface above mountains,
VF, minor crudeness, good details, ltly toned, nice for this.
(KM VF $225; a VF35 realized $432, Stacks 8/18.) Starting Bid $100
319 ECUADOR, 2 Reales, 1838, types as last, obv center worn, otherwise VG+, good metal,
lt tone. (KM VG $45.) Starting Bid $15
320 FRANCE, Lorraine, Ar Denier, Ferri III, 1251-1303, horseman/sword, at least VF, scant
wear but crudely struck, some wkness, horseman clear; toned.
(A VF, "very crude uneven strike" brought $180, Album 1/19.) Start Bid $50
321 FRANCE, Troyes, Eudes II & successors, Ar Denier, 1048-63, 20 mm, Karolus monogram/
cross; F-VF or better but rather crude strike with some wkness. Ex Andy Singer 2006 $85.
(A VF brought $158, D'Antan, 11/19.) Starting Bid $30
322 FRANCE, Valence & Die, Ar Denier, 13th cent, Cross/ Angel; F-VF or so, typically
somewhat crude with a little wkness (A GVF brought $168, Naumann 7/20.) Start Bid $17
323 FRANCE, Double Tournois 1611A, VG, dark brown, minimally grainy, everything bold.
Starting Bid $7
324 FRANCE, 1/2 Ecu 1643A Rose, Louis XIII bust r/arms, nice strong F, well struck, lt tone.
F $50; An AVF with obv scr brought $77, Agora 5/19.) Starting
Bid $25 (NOTE THIS IS 1/12 ECU, NOT 1/2 ECU)
325 FRANCE, 4 Sols, 1676A, Louis XIV bust/crown over 4 lises; F, minor faults, toned.
Starting Bid $12
326 FRANCE, 1/2 Ecu, 172?-W, Louis XV, AG/G, last digit of date unclear.
Starting Bid $10
327 FRANCE, Ecu 1747-& (Aix), VG-F, lt tone, some rev adj marks, obscuring mintmk,
but mint identifiable by obv different. Starting Bid $25
328 FRANCE, Ecu 1784-I, AF, rev sl off-ctr, excellent planchet with virtually no adj marks,
lt tone. Starting Bid $30
329 FRANCE, Sol, 1791-AA, 2nd sem, Louis XVI, nice bold F, 2-toned, faint trace of rev
porosity. Strong portrait! Ex my collection, bought 1978. Starting Bid $5
330 FRANCE, Monneron Token 2 Sols 1791, Std Liberty/ lgnds, Æ 32 mm, KM Tn25; F/VG,
minor marks, all lettering clear. (A VF with rim nicks sold for 315,000 Euros + buyer fee, Leipziger Munzhandlung 9/21. Not a joke, that's what shows in online database. Error??)
Starting Bid $10
331 FRANCE, 5 Centimes, L'An 8/5 - A/R, VG+, dark brown, sl obv scr; both overpunchings
clear. Starting Bid $5
332 FRANCE, 1/2 Franc 1810-A, Napoleon bust, rev center worn out, otherwise VG, strong
portrait. Starting Bid $2
333 FRANCE, 5 Francs, L'An 5/4-K, Hercules Group/lgnds & wreath, VG, uneven tone, dark spots on rev, sm rim nick, 2 tiny punch marks. Starting Bid $30
334 FRANCE, Medal, 1843, Caroline de Joinville, 12 sided, 25 mm, elaborate designs, tin, Unc,
evenly toned with luster, excellent preservation for such. Probably rare!! Start Bid $7
335 FRENCH CANADA, Jeton, 1751, Louis XV bust/Indian & Lilies, 30 mm, Breton 510;
Restrike in bronze, Unc, once clnd & lacquered. Starting Bid $15
336 FRENCH COLONIES, Æ 9 Deniers 1722, 25 mm, Crowned monogram/lgnds, VG/AG,
good brown surfaces, rev flatly struck on bottom half, so no date or mm.
(A G/AG brought $102 on $135 bid in my last sale.) Starting Bid $25
337 FRENCH GUIANA, 2 Sous 1789, F or better, minor date wkness, much silver color in
fields, unusual thus. Start Bid $8
338 GERMANY, BAVARIA, Ar 6 Kreuzer 1744, Carl VII bust r/2-headed eagle; Nice AF/F,
good metal, toned. (KM F $75) Starting Bid $30
339 GERMANY, BAVARIA, Taler 1764,, Bust r/Madonna & child, F-VF, subtle smoothing in
fields with uneven tone, apparently once mounted. Starting Bid $25
340 GERMANY, Brandeburg-Ansbach Ar 20 Kreuzer 1765-S, Bust r in wreath/arms etc,
VG, ltly toned. Starting Bid $8
341 GERMANY, LUBECK, Ar 4 Schilling, 1728, 22 mm, AVF. (KM VF $45.)
Starting Bid $15
342 GERMANY, PRUSSIA, 18 Grossus, 1685-HS, 29 mm, Fred Wilhelm bust r/Eagle; F+,
some scrs, good portrait. Starting Bid $15
343 GERMANY, PRUSSIA, 1/3 Taler, 1777B, Bust r/lgnd in wreath, VG-F, a little weak
on face. Starting Bid $8
344 GERMANY, SAXONY, Frederick III, 1507-25, Ar Groschen, 27 mm, Helmet above arms/
similar; crude VF with touches of wkness, good silver with lt tone. Starting Bid $30
345 GERMANY, SAXONY, Taler, 1596, 3 Brothers half length figures facg/elaborate arms;
AVF, good metal with tone, portraits clear, nice. No mount trace.
(A VF sold for $400, Pegasi 5/16.) Starting Bid $125
346 GERMANY, STRASSBURG, Ar Kreuzer, c.1500, Lgnd around Lis/same, 17 mm, Virtually as
struck with luster, some weakness, detail of VF. (An EF brought $133, Kunker 2/124.)
Starting Bid $12
347 GIBRALTAR, LOT of 5 diff: 1/2Q 1842 VG, Quart 1810 AG lt dmg, Quart 1842 F+ bad rims,
2Q 1802 G/AG, 2Q 1810 G/AG damage. Starting Bid $15
348 GOA, Rupia, 1866-69, Bust l./RUPIA GOA in wreath; EF/AU, crude strike with peripheral
wkness, date uncertain; portrait quite sharp, evident luster with lt tone. KM VF $550, no higher
listings. (An EF-AU, also no date, brought $288, Album 1/21.) Starting Bid $100
You can find out where bidding stands by asking me.
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