SALE 114 PART 4


337 ENGLAND, Kings of Wessex, Aethelberht, 858-66 AD, Ar Penny, Bust r/floral cross, S1054;

COPY, struck in silver, excellent workmanship, looks very much like the real thing, VF-EF, toned.

Ex my 1/99 sale bringing $31. Starting Bid $15




338 James I, Shilling, S2655, mm rose, VG/F, insignificant bend, face weak but otherwise portrait

has much detail, lgnds nrly all bold, good metal with medium tone.

(An AVG/AF brought $121 on $130 bid in my 7/12 sale.) Starting Bid $60




Note, Lots 339-345 from my longtime personal collection


339 Charles II, Crown 1662, no rose, edge dated, ESC 18 (R2); VG+/G, good metal with lt tone,

sl rev wkness, nice bold obv. (A Near F brought $515 + buyer fee, London Coins Auction 9/15.)

Starting Bid $90




340 James II, Tin 1/2 Penny, 1687, Peck 544, G-/fair, ltly oxidized surface, portrait &

"SECVNDVS" clear, steely-brown color, gouge on rev. Central copper plug intact as issued.

Remarkably enough, the date on edge visible. Very rare!

(A Fair with unclear date brought $135, Croydon 5/07.) Starting Bid $70




341 William & Mary, Pattern Halfpenny, His bust r/Her bust r, Peck 636; VG, few letters wk,

very sl surface quibbles. (A GF brought $191, London Coins Auc 12/15.) Starting Bid $50




342 William III, Farthing 1695, rare date (I had this as even rarer M over V variety but now I'm

not sure); F+/AF, well struck on an uncharacteristically good flan for this with virtually no porosity,

nice brown surfaces; portrait has strong detail. Starting Bid $45




343 George I, 1/2 Penny 1721, stop after date, much rarer than without, Peck 799;

Nice AF/F, medium brown, a pleasing bold problem-free coin. Starting Bid $30




344 George II, Farthing, 1731, P858, scarce; VF, technically almost as struck but weakly

struck in centers; luscious brown surfaces with strong lustrous quality.

(A VF, rev better, brought $212, Spink 10/18.) Starting Bid $50




345 George III, Halfpenny 1799, 9 relief gunports, P1250, UNC, sharply struck, somewhat

mirrory luster with unusual colorful though uneven toning. In James D. King envelope, 1983.

(An Unc brought $508, Noble 7/12.) Starting Bid $90




346 George III, Sil Penny, 1760, Strong VF-EF, well struck, micro flaw in obv field,

otherwise excellent metal with moderate tone. Start Bid $40




347 Conder Token 1/2d 1788, Anglesey, D&H 311, Druid head/PMCo monogram; Choice EF,

well struck, probably once clnd but retoning lt brown. Ex J.D. King. Starting Bid $15




348 Conder Token 1/2d 1792, Devon D&H 2, Facg bishop/ hat above arms; Choice VF-EF,

lustery lt brown surfaces, well detailed. (A VF brought $75, M&M 6/13.) Starting Bid $20




349 Conder Token 1/2d 1794, Middlesex, Newgate, D&H 393, Prison facade/lgnd, AEF,

darkish brown, minor faults on rev. (A GVF brought $60, M&M 6/13.) Starting Bid $15




350 Conder Token, 1/2d, ND, Middlesex D&H 954, Prince of Wales bust r/Arms; VF+, lt brown,

well struck, sl die rust in obv field. Starting Bid $15




351 Conder Token, 1/2d, 1792, Norwich, Harvey, D&H 42, Man in loom/arms; F, medium brown.

Starting Bid $8




352 Conder Token, 1/2d 1792, Warwicks. D&H 451h, Wilkinson bust r/man at anvil;

VF, Nice medium brown, problem free. Starting Bid $15




353 Conder Token lot, 8 pieces, a few duplicates, all a reasonable unpretentious AG.

Start Bid $12

354 GERMANY, Brandenburg, billon Solidus 1630, 16 mm, GW monogram/Eagle, F, sl off-ctr,

decent metal with darkish tone, bold clear date.

(A G-VG (diff date) in my 5/20 sale brought $26 on $29 bid.) Starting Bid $6




355 Emden, with title of Ferd III, 1619-37, Ar 28 Stuber, 40 mm (taler size), Dav.507,

2-headed eagle/shield, F, a little striking wkness but less than usual for this, good metal.

Ex German auction as F-VF. (An ungraded piece (F-VF?), "Very darkly toned over lt surface

corrosion" brought $260 + buyer fee, Sedwick 10/13.) Starting Bid $55




356 ISLAMIC, Seljuks of Rum, Ar Dirham, 22 mm, Kay Ka'us II, Qilich Arslan IV & Kay

Qubadh II, Konya Mint, VF-EF, actually almost as struck & indeed well struck for this with only slightest strike wkness. Good bright metal. (A VF, same mint, realized $59, CNG eAuc 19/17.)

Starting Bid $18




357 ITALY, SICILY, William II, 1166-89, Æ Follaro, 13 mm, Lion head facg 3/4 left/Arabic

inscr; EF/VF, sl off-ctr, brown patina, lion head complete with exceptionally bold detail for this.

(A VF sold for $145, Roma 1/17; AEF $265, Elsen 6/02.) Starting Bid $45




358 JAPAN, Koban, Tempo 1837-58, C22b, 35x65 mm, a very good quality old copy in bronze,

VF. Starting Bid $5




359 KOREA, 2 Mun, Charity Office in Seoul, 1742-52, 30 mm, Mandel 17.11.0, AVF,

2-toned tan, well struck, quite decent for these. Starting Bid $4




360 LIVONIA, Solidus, 16 mm, LOT of 10 diff dates, 1645-1655, crude F, not bad for these.

Start Bid $22



361 MEXICO, 8 Reales, 1796, Charles IV bust r/arms, VG+/F, bright silver, only slightest

field marks, very decent example. Starting Bid $45




362 MONGOLS, Genghis Khan, 1206-27, Billon Dirhem, AF/F-VF, one side somewhat off-ctr,

minor wkness, silver color with some coppery toning.

(A GVF realised $1,547 (not a typo), CNG 5/17.) Start Bid $40




You can find out where bidding stands just by asking.


363 PERU, 2 Reales cob, 1694, crude overall AF, better in parts but flatly struck areas;

excellent metal, not salvaged, with lt tone; two dates, the 9 on obv weak, but 94 fully clear on rev.

Starting Bid $35




364 RUSSIA, 5 Kop copper, 1786-EM, big 42 mm, VF, but really VF, with strong detail,

medium brown, nice for these. Starting Bid $25




365 SASANIAN, Varhran II, 274-93, Ar Drachm, 26 mm, Busts of King & queen facing heir/fire

altar betw attendants; VF, obv well struck, rev a bit wk on heads; bright silver with hint of tone.

Rare. (A VF brought $924, Peus 4/18.) Starting Bid $160




366 Hormizd II, 302-09, Drachm, bust r/fire altar, 30 mm, EF, nrly centered on large flan &

nicely struck, just a touch of wkness on right rev figure; good metal with whisper of tone.

(A VF brought $221 on $300 bid in my 6/05 sale; VF $604, CNG 9/03.) Starting Bid $100




367 Yazdgard I, 399-420, 28 mm, Balkh mint (clear), Nice EF, centered, good strike for this with

only sl crudeness, less than usual & almost human portrait. Good metal with lt tone. Scarcer

with clear mint. (A GVF realized $730, Kunker 9/06.) Starting Bid $60




368 Peroz, 459-84, Drachm, 28 mm, Azerbaijan mint, VF, typical crudeness, good metal with

medium toning, very bold appearance.

(A Ch. VF brought $61 on $100 bid in my 3/03 sale; VF $205, iNumis 3/09.) Starting Bid $25




369 Khusru I, Drachm, 30 mm, Apahrshahr, Year 11; EF, typical crude strike with some ghosting,

good bright silver. (A VF-EF [very poor strike] brought $170, Munz Zentrum, 7/07.)

Starting Bid $18




370 Khusru II, Drachm, Darabgird, Yr. 36, 32 mm, Choice EF, fine style portrait, very nicely

struck, good bright metal with lt tone. (This mint, VF-EF/EF, brought $304, Rauch 9/09.)

Starting Bid $40




371 Khusru II, Drachm, Hamadan, Yr. 33, 33 mm, EF, fine style portrait, quite well struck with

virtually no wkness, good lustery metal.

(A VF+, same mint, poor style & strike, brought $115, CGF 12/02.) Starting Bid $40




372 Khusru II, Drachm, Nihavand, Year 38, 32 mm, Nice AEF, fine style portrait, good strike,

excellent metal with lt tone. (Same mint, AEF, brought $376, Baldwin 12/13.) Start Bid $35




373 Khusru II, Drachm, Ray Mint, Yr.15, 32 mm, Mint state, well centered & very well struck

with fine style portrait; great metal with much flashy mint luster & lt tone.

(An EF, same mint, brought $150, Pegasi 11/09.) Starting Bid $50




374 Khusru II, Drachm, Shiz, Yr. 27, 31 mm, AEF, fine style portrait, well struck, good bright silver.

(A VF, this mint, brought $120, iNumis 10/09.) Starting Bid $35




375 SIBERIA, 1/4 Kopeck (Polushka) 1777, Crowned E monogram in wreath/denomination &

date in cartouche; VF, sharply struck, dark brown, nice for this. Krause $150; scarcer than

larger denominations. Starting Bid $50




376 SCOTLAND, Conder Token, 1/2d, Lothian, Edinburgh, St. Andrew hldg big cross/anchor

above shield, VG-F, medium brown, decent. Starting Bid $8




377 TABARISTAN, Sasanian style Ar Hemidrachm, Bust/fire altar etc, Farkhan, 711-31 AD,

Alb.50; Choice AEF, perfectly struck on excellent metal with nice toning.

(A VF-EF realized $294, Fischer 3/16.) Starting Bid $30




378 TABARISTAN, Jarir, 786-88 AD, Sasanian style Ar Hemidrachm, 24 mm, Bust/fire altar etc,

Name in front of portrait, Year PYE 136; EF, virtually mint state with luster, good strike for this,

lt tone. Scarce. (An EF, this exact variety, brought $415, Baldwin's 12/13.) Starting Bid $40




379 TRANQUEBAR (Danish India), Frederik IV, 1699-1730, Cash, F4 monogram/DOC

monogram, KM123.1; AVF, nrly centered, brown patina, fully clear features, tho there is a

coarse depressed area at rev upper left. Starting Bid $12

Starting bids are intended to be minimal.




380 TURKOMANS, Zengids of Mosul, Saif al-Din Ghazi, 1170-80, Æ Dirhem, 30 mm, Male

head 3/4 left, 2 winged creatures above/lgnds, SS-60; AVF, a little off-ctr, olive green patina

with moderate roughness. Strong clear face. (An F+/AVF brought $57 in my 9/00 sale.)

Starting Bid $15





SPAIN: MY LIFETIME COLLECTION, PART I

381 Alfonso VI, 1065-1109, Ar Dinero, 18 mm, cross/2 stars & annulets, Toledo mint,

Choice VF+, well centered, very sl ragged edge, nicely toned.

(Better strike than on a VF+, same mint, bringing $114, Kunker 2/16.) Starting Bid $45




382 Alfonso I of Aragon, 1109-26, Dinero, 17 mm, head l./ cross & stars, F-VF, dark brown

with earthen hilighting, strong features. (A VF brought $283, Kunker 3/08.) Starting Bid $20




383 Fernando III, 1230-52, Billon Pepion, 20 mm, castle/ lion, F or better, weak shallow strike,

lt brown. Start Bid $10




384 Jaime I, 128-76, Ar Dinero, 17 mm, Valencia, head l./cross with lisses (or tree?); Nice F,

good metal with lt tone. Scarce. (At least equal to a VF, same variety, bringing $110, Pegasi 11/12.)

Starting Bid $30




385 Alfonso X, 1252-84, Billon Noven, Burgos, 19 mm, castle/lion stg, At least VF, hardly any

wear but somewhat crude of course, good silver with lt tone, modest edge split.

Ex Pegasi as AXF. (Another AXF sold for $70, Pegasi 11/19.) Starting Bid $20




386 Sancho IV el Bravo, 1284-95, Billon Cornado, 18 mm, Bust l./castle; F-VF or better,

centered, somewhat crude shallow work as usual, silver color.

(A GVF brought $441, Triton 1/10.) Starting Bid $30




387 Jaime II, 1291-1327, Ar Dinero, Barcelona, 17+ mm, Bust l./cross with 3 dots &

annulets in alternating quarters; VF, decent with only sl crudeness, good silver with lt tone.

(A GVF, same mint, brought $104, CNG eAuc 8/16.) Starting Bid $30




388 Enrique II, 1369-79, the Bastard, Billon Real, 25 mm, Crowned monogram/lions &

castles in shield; G-VG or better, unround flan, sl wkness, medium brown, darker in recesses.

(A porous VF brought $142, CNG eAuc 2/06.) Starting Bid $15




389 Enrique IV, 1454-74, Billon Blanca, 24 mm, Castle/lion; AVF, sl ragged flan, usual sl

crudeness, grey-brown. Starting Bid $20




390 Ferdinand & Isabella, 1469-1504, Æ 4 Maravedis, Cuenca, 30 mm, crowned lion/castle,

F/VG, medium brown, sl cupped fabric, somewhat crude, wk at rev peripheries; much detail on

devices. Starting Bid $15




391 Ferdinand & Isabella, 1469-1504, Ar Real, 25+ mm, Shield/bundle of arrows & yoke, Toledo;

F, well centered & struck, good metal with lt tone, nice. (An AVF brought $169, Spink 2/20.)

Starting Bid $45




392 Philip II, 1556-98, 4 Reales, 33 mm, Crowned shield/ Lions & castles, Seville; EF, good

strike with only some sl lgnd wkness, a tiny bit off-ctr, excellent metal quality with lt tone.

Unusually large fllan. Rare in this great quality. (Far better than a VF, uncertain mint, small flan

with most lgnds off, bringing $436, Rauch 7/15; an even worse looking VF brought $518 + buyer

fee, Haljak Auction 4/20) Starting Bid $275




393 Philip III, Æ 8 Maravedis, 1599, Segovia, Lion in tressure/castle in tressure, 28 mm;

VF, medium brown, minor porosity, everything clear incl date.

(A GVF, same variety, brought $219, CNG eAuc 9/16.) Starting Bid $30




394 Philip III, Æ 8 Maravedis, 1605, Crowned Lion in shield/ crowned castle in shield, 27 mm;

VG-F, centered & decently struck, a little crude, lt brown; date clear. Starting Bid $10




395 Philip IV, Æ 8 Maravedis, 1662, Bust r/crowned shields, 26 mm, Nice F+, well struck,

good surfaces with golden brassy tone. Burgos. (A VF (diff mint) brought $146, CNG eAuc 6/09.)

Starting Bid $15




396 Carlos II, 1665-1700, Æ Dobler, 15 mm, Portrait l., I behind/cross, lis at lower left;

F-VF, sl crude, no outer lgnds, portrait well detailed. Starting Bid $6




397 2 Reales, 1710, Carlos III, Pretender, crowned monogram/crowned shield, Barcelona,

27 mm, nice F, good metal, well struck, ltly toned.

(A Bold F, same mint, realized $50 + buyer fee, London Coins Auc 5/14.) Starting Bid $20




398 Philip V, 2 Reales, 1717, Segovia, VF, ltly toned, very nice.

(A VF brought $53, Naumann 9/18.) Starting Bid $22




399 Maravedi, 1720, lion hldg sword, scepter & globe/arms, Barcelona, F, dark brown.

Starting Bid $8




400 2 Maravedis, 1720, type as last, Barcelona, Very nice F, medium brown, well struck,

bold, problem-free. Start Bid $10




401 2 Reales, 1731, Seville, AVF, excellent 2-toned metal, well struck, really nice.

(An AEF, same var., brought $545, St. James 9/10.) Starting Bid $20




402 1/2 Real, 1735, Madrid, lions & castles in cross/arms, F/AF, ltly toned, very decent. Scarce.

In old Guttag Bros. envelope.

(A VF, only marginally better, brought $102, Emporium Hamburg 10/19.) Starting Bid $10




403 Real, 1739, Seville, Lions & castles/arms, AVF, strongly 2-toned metal, very bold & nice.

Starting Bid $20




404 2 Reales, 1758, Seville, Lions & castles/arms, F-VF, good bright silver, bold & pleasing.

(Same variety, VF, brought $139, Naumann 2/20.) Starting Bid $18




405 4 Maravedis, 1773, Segovia, Carlos III bust r/castles & lions in wreath; F/AVF, excellent

medium brown surfaces, bold & very nice. Starting Bid $10




406 8 Maravedis, 1774 Segovia, VG+, medium brown, traces of granularity, but decent.

Starting Bid $6




407 4 Reales, 1774, Seville-CF, Choice VF, sharply struck, perfect metal with lt tone,

well detailed, not the VG-F crap that slabs as VF these days. Rare, especially this nice. I paid

$50 in 1982, a lot of money then, when $50 could buy an iPhone. Starting Bid $135




408 8 Maravedis, 1794 Segovia, VF, actually almost as struck, glossy chocolate brown, some

lt porosity on cheek & neck that was in the planchet before striking. Still exceptional condition

for these. Starting Bid $20




409 2 Reales, 1806 Madrid, VG/F, some minor imperfections mainly on rev, ltly toned, a

decent bold coin. (A F/VF brought $46 + buyer fee, VL Nummus 10/16.) Starting Bid $10




410 8 Maravedis, 1806, Segovia, VG-F, medium brown, a nice bold coin. Starting Bid $5




411 20 Reales, 1809, Madrid, Joseph Napoleon bust l./ crowned arms, F+, minor scr in obv left

field, otherwise good metal with lt toning. Crown size.

(A VF brought $546 + buyer fee, CGB 6/12; F $178, CNG eAuc 1/06.) Starting Bid $100




412 4 Reales, 1812, C-CI, KM 476.1, Choice VG-F/F, excellent metal with appealing tone.

Great quality for grade. Rare type, issued only this year; none on acsearch. Starting Bid $90




413 8 Reales, 1816 S-CJ, Strong VF, some lt scrs across neck appear to have been burnished

out, almost unnoticeable now under fairly deep tone. Nice bold appearance.

(A VF with what looks like 2 punchmarks on cheek brought $228, Teutoburger 5/17.)

Starting Bid $110




414 1/2 Real, 1820 M-GJ, F+/VF, lt tone, problem-free, bold & nice. Starting Bid $12




415 8 Maravedis, 1823-Ja, KM 500, distinctive bust type with FERN 7o lgnd, only 2 years;

Choice VF+, excellent surfaces with nice tone. Starting Bid $25




416 2 Maravedis, 1825-Sg, VF, medium brown, nice. Scarce date. Starting Bid $8




417 4 Maravedis, 1830-Sg, Strong F+, good problem free surfaces. Starting Bid $7




418 2 Reales, 1830 S-JB, F-VF/VF, lt tone, insignificant scr in obv field. Starting Bid $15




419 BARCELONA, Ar Real, 1653, Philip II bust l/3 dots & annulets in alternate quarters of cross;

AVF, minimally off-ctr, sm flan clip, ltly toned. Rare! Starting Bid $30




420 CATALONIA, Quarto, 1813, F-VF, brown, some lgnd wkness. Starting Bid $20




421 GERONA, silver Duro, 1808, VF, just the O in DURO weak, otherwise bold, with nice

mark-free fields with lt tone. (A VF brought $489, Heritage 9/12.) Starting Bid $125




422 NAVARRE, Maravedi, 1830, VF, sl off-ctr, well-detailed portrait. Starting Bid $20




423 VALENCIA, 4 Reales de Vellon, 1823, Bust r/Crowned diamond, VF/F, excellent metal

with lt tone. (A VF minus brought $96 plus buyer fee, Aureo & Calico 4/14.) Starting Bid $40





MISCELLANEOUS & LOTS

424 GREEK & Greek Imperial, 7 diff COUNTERMARKED coins, the host coins in generally

very low grade, the c/mks mostly not great either. One identified (Lysimachos, w/quadrifoil

c/mk of Aegina). Starting Bid $15



425 PARTHIA: last sale had a lot of 97 small bronzes, "quite low grade, probably not

identifiable," which brought $251 on $399 bid. From the original group I had pulled out 24

pieces that were somewhat better, with a reasonable amount visible, some potentially

identifiable. This lot of 24: Start Bid $45



426 GREEK coins, 16 diff, identified, "slightly better than junk" my tag says; generally a

reasonable VG. Worth at least Starting Bid $65

427 ROMAN coins of 25 diff rulers, identified at least by ruler. Lower grades, but some

reasonably decent. Starting bid calculated to be cheap at $60

428 LATER ROMAN, 15 asstd coins, identified, generally around F or better, a decent lot.

Starting Bid $60

429 BYZANTINE, 28 diff types, identified by Sear number, generally very crappy condition.

Starting Bid $50

430 BYZANTINE, Anonymous Folles S-1818 with Facing Christ bust, 11 pcs, low grade

VG-F or so. Starting Bid $20



431 POOR Ancient coins, 91 pieces, generally crusty, NOT identifiable, please don't bid

too much. Starting Bid $20

432 LEAD SEALS, ancient & Byzantine, most probably the latter, 8 pieces, very rough & crude,

some with discernable features; plus baggie of 11 other misc beads & whatnots, see photo.

Starting Bid $10



433 ROMAN SPINTRIAE (brothel tokens), 23 mm, couples in various sexual positions/Roman

numeral in wreath rev, sil plated, EF, fairly nice, lot of 4 diff, COPIES. Starting bid $30



434 BRITISH INDIA Medal, for WWI, King George V bust left as on coins/"1914 1918,"

Nude horseman r, skull etc below; silver, 37 mm, with fancy hanger & ribbon, on edge

"1547 GNR•A•H•ARUNDLE•R•A•" Ch AU-Unc, immaculate glittery surfaces with attractive tone;

unusually fine condition. (An EF brought $88, Album 1/18.) Starting Bid $30









434A WEST AFRICA, "Manilla slave bracelet" primitive money, 18-19th century, bronze, LOT of 6 different, ranging from abt 70 to 115 mm, & between 3 ozs and a pound in weight. Absolutely original.

Starting Bid $75



LITERATURE

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

mostly hefty catalogs, half with PRLs, weight 38 lbs. (Shipping cost abt $24) Start Bid $25

436 Babelon, Ancient Numismatics & Its History, 248 pp, hardcover w/dj, translated from

French, Kolbe/Spink 2004. As New. Starting bid $10

437 NOBLE (Australia) 2 auction catalogs, April & July 2020, world & ancient coins,

really great catalogs illus in color with PRLS, weight 10 pounds! Starting bid $5

438 Bedoukian, Coinage of the Artaxiads of Armenia, RNS 1978, 81 pp + 8 plates, hardcover

w/dj. Catalogs the ancient portrait coins. (A copy brought $98, CNG 9/08.) Start Bid $15

439 Troxell, The Coinage of the Lycian League, ANS 1982, 255 pp + 44 plates, hardcover.

Near New. (A copy realized $58, CNG 9/04.) Starting Bid $10

440 Milne, Sutherland & Thompson, Coin Collecting, hard-cover, Oxford Univ, 1950,

152 pp + 42 plates. Start Bid $5

441 Sear, Greek Coins & Their Values, Vol. 1: Europe, 1978 (latest edn), hardover w/dj,

316 pp, nice. (A copy brought $51 in my 1/15 sale.) Starting Bid $20

442 Carson, Coins of the World, 1962, 642 pp + 62 plates. Really excellent overview.

Enclosed is a review by the haughty James Risk; noted: "this book is not the product of a bumbling amateur scholar whose glaring faults are allowed to appear in print through inept editing."

(A copy brought $26 on $52 bid in my 1/98 sale.) Starting Bid $8

443 White, Coin Chemistry - Including Preservation & Cleaning, hardcover, 2004, 72 pp;

the authoritative book on this subject. Focus on U.S. coinage. Starting Bid $5

444 English Coins in the British Museum - Anglo Saxon, Vol 1 by Keary, 278 pp + 30 plates;

Vol 2 by Grueber & Keary, 540 pp + 32 plates; matching set of 2 hardcovers w/djs, 1970 reprints

of 1887 edn, decent condition. (This exact reprint set brought $230, CNG eAuc 10/17.)

Starting Bid $40

445 Seltman, The Temple Coins of Olympia, 1975 Attic reprint of 1921 edn, oversize

hardcover w/dj, 117 pp + 12 plates. Nice condition. (Same reprint brought $69, CNG 5/07.)

Starting Bid $10

446 Norman Davis, Greek Coins & Cities, 1967, large hardcover w/dj in clear

protective whatchamacallit, 221 pp, nicley illus with enlargements.

(A copy bought $46 in my 6/04 sale.) Starting Bid $12

447 Stanley Lane Poole, Coins of the Urtuki Turkumans - Foes of the Crusaders, 1875,

reprint by Charles McSorley, large softcover, 44 pp + 7 plates. Starting Bid $4

448 Seltman, Greek Coins, 1933 original hardcover edn with gilt embossed coin on cover

(with Silenos head), 311 pp + 64 plates. Starting Bid $15

449 Ciani, Monnaies Royales Francaises de Hugues Capet a Louis XI (956-1793), 1926 original,

502 pp, well illus, soft-cover. (A copy brought $40, CNG eAuc 11/17.) Start Bid $12

450 Kleiner & Noe, The Early Cistophoric Coinage, ANS 1977, hardcover, 129 pp + 38 plates,

nice condition. (A copy brought $58, CNG 6/06.) Starting Bid $12

451 Meshorer, Ancient Jewish Coinage, Vol 1: Persian Period Through Hasmonaeans,

1982, hardcover, 183 pp + 56 plates. Extremely useful for identifying the prutahs. Starting Bid $15

452 Daehn, Ancient Greek numismatics, A Guide to Reading & Research, 2001, large softcover,

401 pp; as New; an authoritative bibliography describing each book's contents. Starting Bid $10

453 Bard, An Introduction to the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, 2008, 400 pp, large size

softcover, well illus incl color; Lucas & Harris, Ancient Egyptian Materials & Industries, 523 pp,

some hilighting in text. Starting Bid $4

454 Heer, The Holy Roman Empire, 310 pp, hardcover, ex-Library, illus incl color. Can you think

of the Holy Roman Empire without thinking, "Neither holy, nor Roman, nor an Empire?"

Starting Bid $2

455 Lassus, The Early Christian & Byzantine World, large hardcover w/dj, 176 pp, well illus

incl color. From "Landmarks of the World's Art" series. Starting Bid $2


FIXED PRICE SPECIALS -- MULTIPLES AVAILABLE

456 ELYMAIS, Æ Drachms, 2d century AD, mixed types, strictly VF, generally with nice 2-toned

green patinas. 3/39.95, 10/$128



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

pale green patinas 17.50, 3 lots for 47.95



458 INDIA, Gadhaiya Paisa, c. 1000 AD, Sassanian style bust rt/fire altar; I've sold a lot of these

in recent years, but kept the best for last: Mint State or practically so, good bright silver & quite

well struck. (A VF brought $103, Munz Zentrum 1/12.) 13.50, 3 for 37.50



459 INDIA, Bahawalpur, Square Paisa, Y8, AH1342,1343 crude VF or better (cat $12) 2.99,

3/7.95, 10/23.95, 30/$66

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

green patinas, 33.95



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

462 -- Xian Feng, 1851-61, IRON Cash coin of Chihli, C5-4a, AVF, very scarce & above average

for this (cat VF $55) 16.95



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

1534-47 & as Czar 1547-84; G or better, very crude with much striking wkness, good silver,

3 for 6.95, 10 for 19.95



464 RIGA, billon Solidi, c. 1630-60, crude, maybe AG-G or so, no dates visible, 10 for 8.95,

30 for 24.95

465 -- Same but lot of 10 diff dates, F-VF, crude but pretty decent for these with, obviously,

dates visible, which is often not the case on such coins. 28.95

466 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

467 -- Same, F-VF 10/8.95, 30/23.95, 100/69.95, 300/$179

468 -- Same, VF-EF, very nice 10 for 17.95, 30 for 49.75



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

with rarity ratings, 4.99

470 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



471 VIETNAM, Zinc cash, C36, 1739-66, rare, (KM lists only in copper, F=$30) AVF,

unusually good 11.95

472 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




473 FR. INDOCHINA, 1/4c 1942 VF (cat $15) 3.75, 3/9.45, 10/$27.95

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

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

7.95, 3/21.95, 10/$65, 30/$179

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

Unc 9.95 3/27.75

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

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

479 UKRAINE, 2018 1 & 2 Hryv, Vlad the Great & Yaroslav the Great, BU pair

1.99, 3 sets 4.99, 10 sets 14.95

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

481 -- 6-pc type set, 1K to 50K, 2004-07, BU (cat $12.25) 2.99, 3/7.95, 10/24.05

482 BOSNIA, 1998-2009 6-pc type set, 5F to 2K BU 4.95

483 MOZAMBIQUE 20c 1974 BU (cat $8) .99, 3/2.70, 10/7.95

484 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



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

486 TONKIN, 1/600P 1905, from a hoard of mint state coins with usual toning spots I picked

out the nicest ones with good luster & only minimal toning/spotting; call them AU-Unc

(An AU with spots brought $485, Palombo 11/12) 36.95

487 LITHUANIA, 7-pc type set, 1-2-5c 1991 + 10-20-50C-1L 2000-09 BU 2.25, 3/5.95, 10/17.95

488 BITCOIN, value around $7,000 but for that you don't even actually get a coin.

Buy mine for just $1.99 and you do: 38 mm, dated 2018, BU. Three for 4.99.



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

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

491 -- 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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