SALE 119 PART 5


462 GREAT BRITAIN, Anne, 6 Pence 1708-E-star, "Edinburgh" bust, F, good metal, intense blue-&-gold tone.

(A F, corroded & cleaned, sold for $65, Spink 1/21.) Starting Bid $50




463 George I, Maundy 2 Pence 1726, Choice VF, excellent metal & pleasant toning.

Starting Bid $40




464 George II, 1/2 Penny, 1734, VF scarce (Spink £90), not one of these weenie modern slab

VFs but with plenty of detail; darkish brown. Possibly R/O obv. (A GVF sold for $116, Baldwin's 9/11.) Starting Bid $45




465 George II, 1/2 Penny 1737, Choice strong VF (Spink £100), excellent dark brown surfaces,

bold detail. Bought early 1970s for $2.50! Starting Bid $50




466 George II, Maundy 4 Pence, 1737, Choice VF+, excellent metal & strike, lt tone.

Very nice. Starting Bid $45




467 George III, Maundy 2 Pence. 1766, Choice VF+, good metal & strike with nice tone.

(A GVF with a few scrs brought $94, CNG eAuc 4/21.) Starting Bid $35




468 George III, Maundy "wire money" 4 Pence 1792, Nice VF, rev better, good metal & strike,

lt tone. (A VF "or near so" realized $161, London Coins Auc 12/14.) Starting Bid $50





SPAIN: MY LIFETIME COLLECTION, FINAL PART

469 Ferdinand & Isabella, 1469-1504, Ar Real, 26 mm, Shield betw stars/bundle of arrows &

yoke, Seville. Nice VF, well centered & struck on a good flan, ltly toned.

(A Choice VF, diff mint, brought $385 in my 6/21 sale.) Start Bid $75




470 Ferdinand & Isabella, 1469-1504, Billon Blanca, Crowned monogram/similar, Seville.

EF, good metal, lt brown, some strike wkness in outer lgnds.

(Nicer than a VF (diff mint) bringing $85, Pegasi 8/15.) Starting Bid $30




471 Philip III, Æ 2 Maravedis, 1603, Segovia, Lion/castle, 16 mm, Nice F-VF, centered &

well struck, medium brown. (Same variety, GVF, brought $107, CNG eAuc 1/11.) Starting Bid $15




472 Philip III, 8 Maravedis, 1620 Segovia, Lion/castle, 27 mm, Nice VF, medium brown, good

surfaces, 2 sm edge notches. (A GVF brought $71, CNG 10/21.) Starting Bid $20




473 Philip IV, 8 Maravedis, 1662 Trujillo-M, Bust r/crowned shield, 20 mm; VF+, rev sl off-ctr,

minor crudeness, medium brown. Strong portrait of childish style. Starting Bid $20




474 Philip IV, 16 Maravedis, 1664 Cuenca, 25+ mm, Nice VF/F, sm edge irregularity,

smooth medium brown, bold features. Starting Bid $15




475 Philip IV, Cob 4 Reales, 1635-PO Toledo, Shield/lions & castles, detail of F/G but actually

almost as struck with muted original color, ltly toned; full 4-digit date & assayer initials.

Very rare thus! (Same var., VF, brought $446, Cayon 2/09.) Starting Bid $120




476 Carlos III, Pretender, 2 Reales, 1712, Barcelona, crowned monogram/crowned shield,

VF, sl curled from roller dies, toned. (A VF brought $72 in my 8/16 sale.) Starting Bid $30




477 Philip V, 4 Maravedi, 1720 B, Lion hldg 2 scepters/ crowned arms, VG/F, medium brown,

minor flan imperfections. Starting Bid $8




478 Philip V, Real, 1726 Seville-J; Nice F, problem free, ltly toned. Starting Bid $15




479 Philip V, Real, 1738 Seville-PJ, VF, well struck, ltly toned, nice. Starting Bid $20




480 Philip V, 2 Reales, 1721 Seville-J, Choice VF+, well struck, excellent metal with nice tone,

curled from roller dies. (A VF with flan flaw realized $123, CNG 9/10.) Start Bid $40




481 Philip V, 2 Reales 1723 Segovia-F, Choice EF-AU, beautifully struck, ltly toned.

(Same variety, "About Mint State" brought $619, St. James 9/10.) Starting Bid $75




482 Philip V, Real, 1733 Seville-A, Nice strong VF, ltly toned. Starting Bid $20




483 Ferdinand VI, Maravedi 1747, Lion hldg 2 scepters/arms, VF, medium brown, problem

free & nice. Starting Bid $20




484 Ferdinand VI, Real, 1759 Madrid-J, VF, lt tone, entirely and foolishly nice. Scarcer assayer,

KM VF $80. Start Bid $35




485 Charles III, 1/2 Real, 1774-Seville, F/VF, bright with lt tone, pleasing. Starting Bid $10




486 Charles III, 2 Reales, 1760 Seville-JV, Bold choice VF, good 2-toned silver, very sweet.

(A Near VF brought $64, Roma 11/20.) Starting Bid $35




487 Charles III, 4 Reales, 1777 Madrid-PJ, Nice F, strongly contrasting tone thus bold

features. Starting Bid $50




488 Charles IV, 2 Maravedis, 1788, Segovia, AU much red. Scarcer date, rare grade.

(An Unc minus realized $465, Aureo & Calico 10/15.) Starting Bid $50




489 Charles IV, Real, 1796 Seville CN, VF/AVF, bright, strong portrait detail.

(A GVF brought $104, CNG eAuc 9/15.) Starting Bid $30




490 Charles IV, 4 Reales, 1793 Madrid MF, Choice VF, excel-lent metal, nice tone, strong

portrait detail. Possibly 1793/2. (A VF- brought $145, Aureo & Calico 6/21.) Starting Bid $70




491 Joseph Napoleon, 4 Reales, 1812 Segovia LA, Nice strong VG/F, ltly toned.

Starting Bid $12




492 Ferdinand VII, 2 Maravedis, 1825/4 Segovia, Choice VF+, glowing lustery brown surfaces.

Better date & unlisted overdate. (An EF brought $104 + buyer fee, Herrera 12/12.)

Starting Bid $20




493 Ferdinand VII, 4 Maravedis, 1818 Segovia, F-VF, minor rim faultiness, rich brown

surfaces. Starting Bid $10




494 Ferdinand VII, 8 Maravedis, 1827-Ja, AEF/EF, sm flan flaw by eye; lt brown tone.

(An EF realized $258 + buyer fee, Herrera 2/14.) Starting Bid $30




495 Ferdinand VII, 4 Reales De Vellon, 1822 Madrid-SR, F/F-VF, strong portrait, sl uneven

tone. (Better than a F+ bringing $56, Aureo & Calico 9/20.) Starting Bid $25




496 Ferdinand VII, 20 Reales, 1822 Madrid SR, VF, deeply toned, tiny dig at obv top I didn't even see till I made the photo.

(A VF minus realized $373, Aureo & Calico 2/14.; VF $700, Cayon 6/09.) Starting Bid $180




497 BARCELONA, Real 1693, Charles II bust l./circles & dots in cross; Choice EF, excellent metal

with old toning, die break across neck (or is it his collar??).

(A Good Fine, same die break, brought $96, London Coins Auc 12/17.) Start Bid $65




498 CATALUNA Ochavo, 1813, VF, medium brown, nice.

(A VF+/EF- brought $214 + tip, Herrero 2/18) Start Bid $30




499 NAVARRE, Æ 4 Cornados 1619, Pamplona, 22 mm, F+, sl off-ctr on squareish flan, pale

brown, rare! Starting Bid $20





CHINESE CASH COINS (Guaranteed genuine unless noted)

500 Flat Handle Spade, 400-300 BC, Hartill 3.9, 51 mm, AF/VF, pale bluish-green patina with

some crusting. Ex my 12/21 sale at $170, but returned as authenticity seemed questionable.

On second look I agree. Starting Bid $10




501 Pan Liang c.300 BC, large early issue, sim S-80, Hartill 7.4, 31 mm, unusually heavy

9.94 grams, G-VG, characters fully clear, smooth pale brown. Starting Bid $10



502 Han Dynasty Wu-zhu, c. 1st cent BC, Schj.-115, Hartill 8.8, rim above hole, 25+ mm,

G, brown patina. Starting Bid $1



503 Wang Mang, 7-22 AD, Ta-Chuan Wu-Shih, Schj.124, Hart.9.2; 26 mm, VG, pale green,

weakish. Starting Bid $2



504 Wang Mang, 7-22 AD, Huo Bu spade coin, S-148, Hart.9.30, VF-EF, dusty green patina.

(A GVF brought $206, Noble 11/14.) Starting Bid $30




505 Wang Mang, 7-22 AD, Huo Chuan, S150, H9.33, EF+, lustrous bluish-brown original

surface. Starting Bid $6



506 Sui Dynasty, 589-618 AD, 23 mm, S-253 H-10.25 (as Western Wei), AVF, pale

greenish-brown patina. (A crusty AF brought $101 on $150 bid in my 12/20 sale.) Start Bid $7



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

VF, brown patina. Starting Bid $4



508 T'ang Dynasty, Kai-yuan, 621-718 AD, Schj.-312, H14.1, F, orangy brown patina, clear

characters. Starting Bid $2



509 T'ang Dynasty, Kai-yuan variety with 2 rev crescents, Schj.335, scarce, G, medium

brown. Starting Bid $2




510 Northern Song Dynasty, 960-1127, LOT of 18 diff, ALL with Rosette holes, G to VG,

ID'd by Schj #s. Starting Bid $25

511 N. Song, Huang-song, 1038-39, S-496, H-16.88, VF, lt brown with pale green hilighting,

nice. Starting Bid $2



512 N. Song, Yuan-feng, 1078-85, S-548, rev "slipped mold" (off-ctr), VF, lt brown,

very scarce. Starting Bid $3




513 N. Song, Sheng Sung, 1101, S-607, H16.354 etc, VF, orangy brown patina. Starting Bid $2



514 N. Song, Zheng He, 1111-17, S633, H16.428, VF, strong details, hilighted patina.

Starting Bid $2



515 N. Song, Yuan-feng, 1078-85, Large 2-Cash, S-553, H16.223, Nice F-VF, 2-toned brown

patina. Starting Bid $3



516 N. Song, LOT of 79 diff, identified by Schjoth, some scarce, G to F, average VG.

Starting Bid $80

517 Southern Song Dynasty, Chun Xi 1174-89 AD, large 2-cash, complete 10-coin set with

years on rev, Schj 731-40, VG and better. Starting Bid $25

518 Jin (Tartar) Dynasty, Zheng Long, 1158-61, Schj.1083, H18.40, Choice VF+, brown patina

with strong orangy hilighting. (A GVF realized $165, CNG eAuc 5/21.) Start Bid $20



519 Ming Dynasty Rebel, Sun Ko-wang, 1648-57, Large 10 Cash, 47 mm, S-1334, H-21.13,

VF, greenish-brown patina with earthen hilighting, mildly rough, strong characters.

(A VF-EF brought $529, Munz Zentrum 1/12.) Starting Bid $50




520 Qing Dynasty, Kang-xi, 1662-1722, LOT of 15 diff, identified by Schjoth, average F.

Starting Bid $15

521 Xian Feng, 1851-61, 10 Cash, Yunnan, 39 mm, C26-5, VF/G (rev weak), brown patina.

Start Bid $7




522 Xinjiang (Sinkiang) cash, Lot of 26 diff, identified, G-VG, typically crude, a few with cast

holes. Very unusual to find such a lot. When I started collecting China in '70s, Xinjiang cash

were practically never seen. Starting Bid $65

523 Mixed Qing cash, LOT of 112 assorted, majority in 2x2s, lower grade off-quality coins.

Starting Bid $15

524 Omnibus China cash collection, 97 diff, identified by Schjoth, mostly in 2x2s; 35 N. Song,

24 earlier, 38 later. Bottom feeder lot, rather low grades. Includes a broken ancient clay

cowrie imitation. Starting Bid $50


MISCELLANEOUS GROUP LOTS ETC.

525 GREEK coins, 20 diff, good variety, identified, lower grade, maybe VG or so.

2 lots available. Starting Bid $65

526 INDO-GREEK, KUSHANS lot of 20 asstd bronze, few identified, G-VG+.

Starting Bid $30

527 ROMAN coins of 37 diff rulers, identified at least by ruler, generally around F or better.

Starting Bid $140

528 ROMAN 19 Asses & Dupondii from Augustus to Postu-mus, identified, not the worst,

reasonable G-VG. Start Bid $55

529 LATE ROMAN, 21 asstd, identified in 2x2s & envs, generally F or better with typical

detractions. Two lots available. Starting Bid $50

530 151-1/2 POOR ancient coins, a few holed, dregs accumulated from various lots;


few identifiable. Starting Bid $20


531 OLDE COIN JUNQUE LOT: Afghan early Æ; Armenia 13th cent; Austria 1534 Pfen; Burgundy

13th c Den; Boull & Sedan 1639; Fr. Colonies stampee (1779); GB 6d Charles II much clppd;

India Bull & horseman, Golconda dump, Ishkvaku lead w/elephant, Delhi 1296-316 Jital; Lithuania

& Livonia solidi; Poland 1665 solidus; Kushan Æ; Russia poor wire coin; Scotland Æ; Spain Phil IV

8 Mar; 18 coins, more or less identified, most rather low grade. Starting Bid $28

532 SPANISH AMERICA Copies, 5 cob coins, mostly gold colored& nice; plus Pillar 8R 1740,

1757, 1760 & 1/2 size 1732; 8R 1797 crappy copy. Ten pieces. Starting Bid $12



533 UNITED STATES, Colonial Copies, 14 diff, mostly marked "COPY,"and not deceptive.

Starting Bid $12

534 PRE-1800 dated World coins, 26 diff, identified, low grade but all with visible dates.

Starting Bid $35

535 USA, 38 Quarters in slabs, Int'l Numismatic Bureau, nrly all 50-States & later special issues,

all BU. Starting bid $25

536 AFGHANISTAN, 14 diff coins, c.570-1100, most partially identified, most low grade,

a few nice VF. Starting Bid $15

537 AUSTRIA, Sil 20 Kreuzers, 1804-48, 20 diff, G to F, ASW 2.50 oz. Starting Bid $65

538 DENMARK, Skilling era coins, 1771-1863, 27 diff, mostly lower grades but not bad.

Starting Bid $40

539 FRANCE, 14 diff Revolutionary coins with "L'An" dates, generally AG with dates legible.

Starting Bid $20

540 FRANCE, 84 diff pre-1900 coins, incl 13 silver, in 2x2s & envs, all in passable condition,

no culls. Starting Bid $55

541 GERMAN state coins, 41 diff, identified; all G or better. Starting Bid $50

542 GERMAN state coins, 54 diff, identified, all F-VF, very nice lot. Only 16 are Prussia.

Starting Bid $120

543 GERMAN state coins, 38 diff, all silver or billon, G-VG, identified. Start Bid $50

544 GERMAN STATES, 38 diff, all PRE-1800, identified, all VG or better, dates all visible.

Starting Bid $130

545 GREAT BRITAIN, Farthings 1675-1799, 14 diff, mostly lower grade but some halfway

decent. Starting Bid $27

546 GREAT BRITAIN, Farthings 1799-1857, 31 diff, VG-F mostly decent, most in 2x2s.

Starting Bid $50

547 GREAT BRITAIN, 1/2 Pennies 1694-1775, 23 diff dates, generally AG, a few better.

Starting Bid $45

548 GREAT BRITAIN, Conder Tokens 1788-94, all a reason-able AG, some with lesser faults,

15 diff. Starting Bid $40

549 GREAT BRITAIN, Conder Tokens, 20 diff, Poor to AG. Starting Bid $30

550 GREAT BRITAIN, Tokens 1811-15, 9 Pennies & 3 Half Pennies, all diff, low grade or

with problems. Starting Bid $18

551 GREAT BRITAIN, Tokens, medals etc, 1670-1800s, 17 diff, generally lower grade

&/or problems, incl 1882 Egypt Military medal. Starting Bid $18

552 GREECE, 1833-57, 12 diff coins, AG-G+, some with wkness or problems, scarce!!

Starting Bid $45

553 GUATEMALA, Ar 1/4 Reales 1872-99, 19 diff, average VF or better, in envs, nice group.

Starting Bid $20

554 HAITI, 17 diff copper 1829-50, average G-VG. Starting Bid $25

555 HONDURAS, 1833-62 copper, 10 diff, average very crude G-VG. Starting Bid $27

556 INDIA, 30 coins, from BC to 1600s, all or nrly all diff, identified, most lower grade, some

better. Starting Bid $33

557 INDIA, 61 Bull & horseman jitals, varied types & varieties, around 1000 AD, low grade.

Starting Bid $18



558 INDIA, 71 dump style copper coins, Poor. Start Bid $10

559 INDIA, Mughal Rupees of 7 diff reigns, 1556-1788, identified, average VG-F or better.

Starting Bid $60



560 INDIA, British, 1858 & before, 19 diff, identified, mostly decent. Starting Bid $30

561 KOREA, cash coins, 1757-1857, COLLECTION of 93 diff, identified by Mandel numbers,

all F or better. Much above average & scarcer than Chinese, Japan or Viet cash.

(In my 2/21 sale a VG-F lot brought $3.24 per coin.) Start bid $200

562 POLAND, 15 diff, 1611-1812, mostly 1700s, generally AG-G or so, in 2x2s.

Starting Bid $23

563 USA, 3 Half cents & 15 Large cents incl 1794 & '95, all diff, quite low grade &/or

damaged. Starting Bid $50

564 GERMANY, Nazi, Medals, "For German Protection Work" Oval brass 33x41 mm w/hanger

& unattached ribbon; 1939 "For War Merit" 33 mm brass, holed, hanger removed; small eagle pin;

plus 2 metal badges, "Work Day" 1934 & 1935, 36 mm brass & 34x47 mm aluminum, these

quite nice. All 5 with swastikas. Starting Bid $30



565 "Rise & Fall of the Roman Empire," Collection in 2 fancy albums, 19 coins, 6 silver,

generally decent condition, former owner paid $1100!! Worth Starting Bid $230

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

LOT of 8 different, all with decoration, 3 to 4 inches, total weight 4-3/4 lbs. Nice.

Starting Bid $110



567 ABAFIL "Mediodiplomat" suitcase with 4 red plush trays with spaces for 254 coins.

Used but not abused. Abafil's retail price seems to be 259 Euros. Starting Bid $40



568 POLYETHYLENE coin sleeves, I've always used inside paper envs to protect coins.

Used but re-usable. Est around 1800+ (weight 11+ ozs). Mostly dollar size.

(A 6-1/2 oz lot brought $21.50 in my 2/21 sale.) Starting Bid $5


LITERATURE

569 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

570 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, the same set brought $379 on $650 bid.) Start Bid $110

571 Schjoth, Chinese Currency, 88 pages + 132 hand-drawn plates; 1976 reprint, large red

hardcover Catalogs Chinese cash + Annam, Korea, Japan, amulets. Still extremely useful;

I catalog by Schjoth numbers. Starting Bid $25

572 Kunker (Germany), 3 Auction catalogs, 4/22: Celtic; Greek & Roman Rep; Roman

Empire; beautiful hefty full color catalogs with PRL. Weight 5 lbs. Starting Bid $5

573 Gorny (Germany), 3 Auction catalogs 4/21, 10/21, 3/22, all ancient coins, excellent

catalogs with full color plates, with PRLs, weight 6 lbs. Starting Bid $5

574 Noble (Australia), Auctions 7/21. 11/21, 3/22, immense catalogs of World & Ancient coins

& banknotes, with PRLs, full color plates, weight 16 pounds! Starting Bid $10

575 USA Edward Cogan auction catalog March 1862, 37 pp, prices realized printed in,

decent condition. Starting Bid $10

576 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

577 Hill, Select Greek Coins, 1927, Ares 1974 reprint, 61 pp + 44 enlarged plates, large

hardcover w/dj. Starting Bid $12

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

French, Kolbe/Spink 2004. As New. (A Copy brought $31 on $40 bid in my 6/21 sale.)

Starting Bid $10

579 Bassoli, Antiquarian Books on Coins & Medals, 88 pp, hardcover w/dj, Kolbe/Spink

2001, translated from Italian; As New. Starting Bid $6

580 Wirgin & Mandel, The History of the Coins & Symbols in Ancient Israel, 1958, 264 pp,

some illus, hardcover w/dj Starting Bid $10

581 Bedoukian, Coinage of Cilician Armenia, Revised Edn 1979, hardcover, 494 pp + 12 plates,

nice condition. (same edition brought $52, CNG 9/08.) Starting Bid $15

582 Ratto, Monnaies Byzantines, 1930 auction, 1959 Schulman reprint, 2701 lots, 151 pp,

68 plates; a fantastic Byzantine collection. (Same reprint, VF copy brought $86, CNG 9/04.)

Starting Bid $15

583 Meshorer, Ancient Jewish Coinage, Vol 1: Persian Period thru Hasmonaeans, 1982,

hardcover, 184 pp + 57 plates; extremely useful for identifying Prutahs with hundreds of

enlarged pictures. As New; autographed by Meshorer. Starting Bid $20

584 Hendin, Not Kosher, Forgeries of Ancient Jewish & Biblical Coins, 2005, hardcover w/dj,

245 pp, well illus. As New. The only copy on Amazon is $299! Starting Bid $15

585 Maltiel-Gerstenfeld, 260 Years of Ancient Jewish Coins, large hardcover w/dj, Tel Aviv 1982,

317 pp. DJ sl distressed, otherwise VF. (A copy brought $86, CNG 9/04.) Start Bid $15

586 Oikonomides, The Coins of Alexander the Great, 177 pp. Comprehensive catalog of all the markings on revs. (A copy brought $26 on $41 bid, FSR 8/94.) Starting Bid $5

587 Klawans, Reading & Dating Roman Imperial Coins, 1953, 125 pp; Seltman, A Book of

Greek Coins, 1952, hardcover, 31 pp + 48 plates; hardcovers; plus Seaby, Greek Coins & Their

Values, 1959, `60 pp, illus; Barclay Head, Handbook of Greek & Roman Coins, 32 pp.,

softcovers. Starting Bid $6

588 North, English Hammered Coinage, Spink, Vol 1, 1963, 198 pp + 16 plates; Vol 2, 1960,

183 pp + 10 plates, hard-covers w/djs. Decent condition.

(A set, same editions, in worse condition, brought $112, CNG eAuc 11/17.) Starting Bid $35

589 Metcalf, The Cistophori of Hadrian, ANS 1980, large hardcover, 164 pp + 31 plates, 8 soup

bowls, 2 gravy boats. Near New. (A copy realized $75, CNG 6/06.) Starting Bid $15

590 John Y. Akerman, Tradesmen's Tokens Current in Lon-don 1648 to 1672, original edn

1849, hardcover, 257 pp, 8 woodcut plates, covers well worn, contents OK. Start Bid $10

591 Coole, Early Coins of the Chou Dynasty, hardcover, 557 pp, well illus,

Quarterman 1973. Starting Bid $15

592 Huletski, Early Russian Coins & Their Values, Vol. 1 (1400s & before), 54 pp, softcover,

illus in color, a surprisdingly well done presentation, in English.

(A copy in my 9/20 sale brought $31 on $41 bid.) Starting Bid $7

593 Mack, The Coinage of Ancient Britain, Spink 1953, 151 pp, + 29 plates, hardcover; plus

Askew, The Coinage of Roman Britain, 90 pp, Seaby, softcover. Starting Bid $12

594 Fisher, Fisher's Ding, 1990, a rejiggering of Ding Fubao's original comprehensive

catalog of China's early & cash coins; 251 pp, well illus, unbound, with holes punched for 3-ring

binder (as published by Fisher for $30). A highly useful catalog, with valuations.

Starting Bid $10

595 Sydenham, The Coinage of the Roman Republic, Spink 1952, hardcover, 343 pp + 30

plates; original edition, VF, better than the miniaturized Durst reprint!!

(A VF copy brought $138, CNG 9/04.) Starting Bid $30

596 Crawford, Roman Republican Coin Hoards, RNS 1969, 170 pp, 3 plates, hardcover w/dj.

Nice condition. Better than the Democratic coin hoards. (A copy realized $86, CNG 6/06.)

Starting Bid $15

597 Grimal, A History of Ancient Egypt, 1988, 1999 reprint, 518 pp, ex-Library; Downs,

Discovery at Rosetta, 2008, 262 pp; hardcovers, few illus. Starting Bid $4

598 Beard, SPQR- A History of Ancient Rome, 2015, 606 pp few illus; Rodgers, Roman Empire

[a complete history . . . ], 2008, 511 pp, well illus in color. Starting Bid $5

599 Newman, Brian Boru, King of Ireland, 224 pp, large semi-hardcoiver; L. & J. Laing,

Anglo-Saxon England, 256 pp; both illus, including some coins. Starting Bid $4

600 Seltman, Greek Coins, Spink 1977, 311 pp + 64 plates, hardcover with (tattered) dj;

(This exact edition, "VF shelf worn," brought $374 (yes), CNG 9/04.) Starting Bid $15

601 Goodman, Numismatic Photography, 2008, 153 pp, looks excellent with loads of GREAT

coin photos. Cheapest copy on Amazon is $85.64. Starting Bid $7


FIXED PRICE SPECIALS -- MULTIPLES AVAILABLE

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

green patinas. 3/39.95



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

pale green patinas 17.50



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605 TABARISTAN, Dabuyid Ispahbads, Khurshid, 740-61 AD, Sasanian style hemidrachms,

King's bust r/fire altar & attendants, Tabaristan mint, various years, 24-25 mm; Choice Mint State

or virtually so, superb sharp strikes; bright lustrous silver.

(A Near EF brought $189, CNG eAuc 2/21; Abt Unc $235, Album 9/16.) 49.50




606 INDIA, Bull & horseman jitals, various different issues, generally around 1000 AD,

Good or better, 10 for 8.95



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

3/7.95, 10/23.95

608 JAPAN Cash, Tokyo Mintmk, 1668-1700, not checked for varieties, strictly NICE EF 1.99,

3/5.50, 10/16.95, 30/46.50*



609 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

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

611 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



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

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

Ten for 17.95

614 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

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

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



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

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

rarity ratings, 4.99

619 DEMAK (Java) Sultan Pangeran al Patah 1475-1518 Tin pitis, 20 mm uniface, VF or better,

nice for this 7.95, 3/19.95



620 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




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

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

623 SOMALIA, 25S 2004 crown size, Pope JPII, set of 3 KM155-57 BU (cat $21) 7.95, 3/21.95

624 EQUAT. GUINEA, 1000Fr 1995 crown size, colorized stamp, error lgnd KM84.2 Unc 9.95 3/27.75

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

626 UZBEKISTAN, 100S 2004 BU (cat $15) 2.99, 3/7.95

627 MOLDOVA, 6-pc type set, 1-5-10-25 Bani 2014-17 plus 50B 1993 & 2008 BU 1.65,

3/4.50, 10/13.95

628 NETHERLANDS Token 1975, 1 Florin, Mokum, 700th Anniv, CN, 22 mm, coinlike BU nice .65,

3 for 1.70, 10/4.75



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

630 BITCOIN, 2013, 38 mm gold colored BU 1.99, 3/4.95



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

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

633 -- 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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