SALE 116 PART 4


346 Philip V, 2 Reales, 1723, Seville-J, Lions & castles/ arms, 28 mm, F/AVF, good metal,

nicely toned. Scarcer from this mint. Acquired 1985. (Krause F $35.) Starting Bid $20




347 Philip V, 2 Reales, 1724, Segovia-F, Arms/lions & castles, 26+ mm, Choice VF-EF, hint of

curl from roller dies, well centered & sharply struck, nice contrasting tone. Rare date.

(Same variety, VF+ brought $215 + buyer fee, Solert Y Llach 5/16; An EF, not a whit better,

$600, Heritage 10/20.) Starting Bid $50




348 Philip V, 4 Reales, 1734 Madrid-JF, A nice evenly struck bold F, good metal with lt tone.

Bought 1984. (A VF brought $540, Goldberg 9/19.) Starting Bid $140




349 Ferdinand VI, 1/2 Real, 1749, Madrid-JB, Arms/lions & castles, VG+/F, ltly toned &

decent. Starting Bid $10




350 Ferdinand VI, 2 Reales, 1759, Seville-JV, Nice F-VF, ltly toned, problem-free.

Acquired 1977. Starting Bid $20




351 Charles III, 8 Maravedis 1775, bust r/lions & castles, Choice strong F, perfect fault-free

surfaces. Starting Bid $15




352 Charles III, 2 Reales, 1759 Madrid-JP, Nice strong F, ltly toned, utterly problem-free.

(In my last sale a 1760 F+ brought $76 on $100 bid.) Starting Bid $20




353 Charles III, 2 Reales, 1762, Madrid-JP, Choice VF, well struck, ltly toned, again miraculously

free of problems. In envelope from 5/78 Wayte Raymond auction. Start Bid $35




354 Charles III, 2 Reales, 1766, Madrid-PJ, Arms/lions & castles, Nice strong F+, in holder with

Dana Roberts notations. Starting Bid $20




355 Charles III, 4 Reales, 1772, Seville-CF, Nice strong F-VF (what everybody else calls VF),

good metal with bold contrasting tone, much detail on bust; a few almost invisible scrs.

Starting Bid $90




356 Charles IV, 4 Maravedis, 1795, Segovia, Nice bold VG, dark brown, impossibly free of

faults Starting Bid $6




357 Charles IV, 2 Reales, 1802-Madrid-FA, Choice VF-EF, nice bright metal with lt tone,

good detail, very attractive. Should be worth more than it is worth. Starting Bid $30




358 Charles IV, 4 Reales 1791, Madrid-MF, Choice AF/F, immaculate surfaces with attractive

blue-grey tone. Bought 1983. I'm flabbergasted to see what nice coins I was able to buy in those

days. Starting Bid $70




359 Charles IV, 8 Reales, 1802 Seville-CN, F-VF/VF, yet again preternaturally problem-free, nice

even tone. RARE date. (Compare a piece listed without grade, about equal for detail but

sea-salvaged with lt corrosion & patchy dark toning bringing $325 + buyer fee,

Sedwick 5/20.) Starting Bid $220




360 Ferdinand VII, 2 Maravedis, 1824/2 Segovia, AU, lustery lt brown, good strike for these with

just a small spot of rev wkness. Overdate unlisted.

(An Unc, not overdate, brought $364 + buyer fee, Aureo & Calico 12/15) Starting Bid $30




361 Ferdinand VII, 2 Maravedis, 1832 Segovia, Choice AVF, dark brown, excellent surfaces.

Starting Bid $3




362 Ferdinand VII, 8 Maravedis, 1814 Jubia, AEF, quite well struck with strong details,

excellent chocolate brown surfaces; sl bendy planchet apparently as made. Very unusual grade for

this. (An EF minus brought $165 + buyer fee, Herrero 12/13; VF+ $106 + fee, Vico 6/15.)

Starting Bid $60




363 Ferdinand VII, 8 Maravedis, 1830 Segovia, F-VF, decent. Starting Bid $10

Bidding early earns you valuable brownie points




364 Ferdinand VII, 2 Reales, 1833 Seville JB, CHOICE AU/Unc well struck on perfect

metal, immaculate flashy surfaces with pleasing lt tone. Not the well-known Madrid counterfeit!

a RARE date in impossible quality. Better than picture. Starting Bid $100




365 Ferdinand VII, 8 Reales, 1809 Seville-CN, F/VF, well struck, excellent metal quality with

pleasant lt tone. (Stronger than an AVF bringing $173, Kunker 12/13.) Starting Bid $100




366 Ferdinand VII, 20 Reales, 1823 B-SP, Fine, microscopic surface crackling on obv, sl adj marks

on rev; moderately toned; not bad, portrait shows much detail.

(A VF realized $545, St. James 9/10.) Starting Bid $90




367 BARCELONA, Ar Croat 1682, Charles II bust l./cross & annulets, 20 mm, F+, obv off-ctr,

good metal with nice lt tone. Acquired 1982.

(A VF+ with obv flaws brought $221 + buyer fee, Soler Y Llach 2/18.) Starting Bid $20




368 BARCELONA, 4 Quartos, 1813, CAST issue, bold F, lt tan, very decent for this.

Bought 1986. Starting Bid $10




369 CATALUNA, 3 Quartos, 1838, Arms/arms, VF, nice with only small part of lgnds softly

struck. Start Bid $15




370 MAJORCA, 30 Sous 1821, VF, only a tiny bit of wkness, some almost invisible scrs on obv;

well toned. (A VF with obv hairlines brought $242, Heritage 1/10.) Start Bid $110




371 VALENCIA, 3 Maravedis 1710, wkly struck at one edge, otherwise F, good surfaces.

Obtained 1981. (A VF sold for $81 + buyer fee, Aureo & Calico 5/14.) Starting Bid $10




372 VALENCIA, 6 Maravedis (Sesino) 1711, 25 mm, VG-F, fully clear, medium brown.

Bought 1984. Starting Bid $10




373 PROCLAMATION Medalet 1833, Isabel II Coronation, Segovia, 25 mm copper, Shield

with Aqueduct/arms, EF-AU, top loop attached. Bought 1981. RARE. Starting Bid $15





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

374 Arched foot large spade, "Liang Dang Lie," 400-300 BC, Hartill 3.46, 34x52 mm, VF,

somewhat crusty patchy green patina, small part of one foot broken off (unlikely if it were fake!)

(The VF from my collection sold for $691, Teutoburger 2/13.) Starting Bid $40




375 Pan Liangs, LOT of early large sizes, c.300-200 BC, 5 diff vars (S-80,83,84,89,91), 28-32 mm,

avg G-VG. Start Bid $10

376 Wang Mang, 7-22 AD, Ta-Chuan Wu-Shih, Schjoth 120, Hartill 9.1, 28+ mm, thick, VF,

greenish-brown. (A VF-EF brought $161, Munz Zentrum 5/12.) Starting Bid $5



377 Wang Mang, 7-22 AD, Huo Chuan, variety with double inner rims, S155, H9.34, 23 mm,

VF greenish-brown. Start Bid $3



378 Wang Mang, 7-22 AD, Huo Chuan, LOT of 11 diff varieties identified by Schjoth number

but including Hartill 9.56, CHUAN-HUO, not in Schjoth, very rare, never had in my own collection

but only G-VG & sl crude & rough. Others VG to VF averaging F, several scarce. Starting Bid $25

379 Wu Zhu, Schj.-178a, H-10.33, scarce distinctive variety with horns at corners of obv hole;

F+ brown, 24 mm. (See CNG eAuction 9/12, attributing this to 115-113 BC; VF with sl scrs sold

for $101.) Starting Bid $5



380 T'ang Dynasty, Kai-yuan, 621-718 AD, crescent above rev hole, Schj.-315, AEF, brown patina

with green hilighting, characters fully detailed, nice. (A Nice EF realized $76 on $120 bid in my

12/20 sale, illustrating why I'm putting such coins in my auctions now.) Starting Bid $4




381 T'ang Dynasty, Kai-yuans with rev mintmarks, 845-46 AD, LOT of 16 diff, identified,

S-367-402, H-1450-97; average AG-G, which is typical condition for these. Starting Bid $20

382 Northern Song Dynasty, Song Yuan, as S451, var with clear dot at rev right, H16.1e.

Very scarce. AF, brown patina with a little adhesion in recesses, decent. Starting Bid $2




383 N. Song, Tian-Sheng, 1023-31, S-486, H-16.76, Nice F-VF, brown patina with earthen

hilighting. Starting Bid $2



You can bid with alternates or a budget limit

384 N. Song, Yuan-feng, 1078-85, S545, H16.210, F-VF, hilighted patina, strong detail.

Starting Bid $2



385 N. Song, Zheng He, 1111-17, S633, H16.428, VF+, grey-green patina with hilighting.

Starting Bid $3



386 N. Song, Large 2-cash, Yuan-feng, 1078-85, LOT of 7 diff varieties, S553-59, incl 4 with

dots & crescents, scarce, & one with rosette hole. Good to F, avge VG. Starting Bid $15

387 N. Song, LOT of 68 diff, identified by Schjoth, some scarce, all VG to F, a few better, most in

2x2s. Start Bid $60

388 N. Song, LOT of 23 diff all with ROSETTE shaped holes, much scarcer; includes 3 2-cash,

also one T'ang; all G or better, average close to VG. Starting Bid $25

389 Southern Song LOT of 78 diff 1-cash from S-714 to 1054, a nearly complete collection incl

many scarce & rare ones, identified in 2x2s; average around G-VG. Start Bid $110

390 Jin Tartars, Da Ding, 1178-95, "You" above rev hole, S-1089, H-18.4, F, hilighted

pale green-brown patina. (Nicer than a F/VF bringing $70, Teutoburger 11/13.) Start Bid $7




391 Ming Dynasty, Yung Lo, 1403-24, S-1166, H20-121, VF, tan-brown.

(A GVF sold for $84, CNG eAuc 11/14.) Starting Bid $3



392 Ming Dynasty, LOT of 19 diff coins, 1364-1644, incl one 2-Cash (S1283), identified in 2x2s,

G-VG. Starting Bid $25

393 Kang Xi, 1662-1722, LOT of 20 diff, identified, average around VG. Starting Bid $15

394 Qian Long, 1736-95, LOT of 20 diff, identified, average VG-F. Starting Bid $15

395 Shun Zhi & Yong Zheng, mixed, LOT of 25 pcs, all COPIES, grey-brown patina with

simulated orangy hilighting. Two lots available. Photo of ONE sample coin. Starting Bid $5




396 Xinjiang (Chinese Turkestan) cash, LOT of 18 diff, Qian Long to Guang Xu, G-VG, identified

in 2x2s. When I started collecting Chinese in the '70s, Xinjiang cash were virtually nonexistent

in the market. Starting Bid $40

397 Xian Feng, 1651-61, Large 10 Cash, Bd of Works mint, 38 mm, C2-6, AF/G rev crude

& wk. Starting Bid $5




398 Qing cash, LOT of 132, all common, identified in 2x2s, all in reasonably decent

condition. Starting Bid $30

399 Omnibus China cash starter collection, 115 diff coins, identified mostly in 2x2s; starting

with a clay cowrie imitation, coins from BC to the end, a good representation of all periods;

strong on N. Song, not too many Qing; incl some scarce surprises; a few Xinjiang; condition not

great, but generally G or better. Well worth Starting Bid $100


MISCELLANEOUS GROUP LOTS ETC.

400 GREEK coins, 20 asstd, mostly diff, identified, rather low grade. Two equal lots

available. Starting Bid $35

401 GREEK SILVER coins, 14 diff, identified, low grade, a few with chips. Starting Bid $65

402 ROMAN PROVINCIAL, 26 asstd decent variety, many identified, rather low grtade.

Starting Bid $35

403 ROMAN Middle bronzes, Claudius to Gordian, 21 asstd, identified by ruler, not real bad,

all at least a reasonable VG or so. Starting Bid $60

404 GALLIENUS, Antoniniani, 9 diff, all decent F or better with more or less full legends.

Starting Bid $35

405 ROMAN coins of 47 diff rulers, identified at least by ruler, some scarce, all reasonably

decent, around F, none poor. Starting Bid $175

406 ROMAN coins of 37 diff rulers, identified at least by ruler, quite low grade, some scarce

(Florian, Carausius, Allectus). Starting Bid $50

407 ROMAN Denarii, 12 asstd, lower grade, around VG-F or so, some with surface issues, but not

bad, all have reasonable portraits. One in bronze. Starting Bid $90


408 LATE ROMAN, 43 asstd, identified in 2x2s but some may be wrong, rather low grade.

Two lots available. Start Bid $50

409 SEVEN SLABS, Intl Numismatic Bureau, 5 "Roman Widow's mite sized" bronzes, one slab

has 2 coins, all unidentifiable poor; plus 2 "New World Pirate Era," one labelled "High Grade,"

I grade Poor/AG, the other almost not bad, with c/mks. Starting Bid $5

410 BYZANTINE, 28 scyphates, generally poor. Start Bid $30



411 OLDE COIN JUNQUE LOT: Elbing 1632 Sol; France 13th cent Deniers Valence-&-Die

& Burgundy; Brandeburg Sol 1628; China 3 No. Song + Ming; Hungary denars 1387-1437 +

1572; Ayyubid & Ghaznavid Ar Dirhs; Naples Ferdinand cavallo; Lucca c.1000 Denaro; early Papal

Æ?; Messina doub Denaro; Lith 1666 sol; Livonia 1649 sol; Poland 1660 sol + Dreipolker

1622-26; Russia Mikhail I wire money; Japan 1600s cash; Sasanian Khus II large sil Drachm;

Slavonia marten denar; Spain Philip II Æ; identified; generally pretty crappy condition.

Starting Bid $40

412 AUSTRIA, 84 diff coins, 1800-1864, in 2x2s, some silver. Normal average grades.

Well worth Starting Bid $85

413 BRAZIL, Lot of 17 diff before 1822 incl 8 countermarked on 1700s coins. Generally

G-VG & rather decent for these. In 2x2s. Starting Bid $35

414 CHINA, Dragon Coppers, 108 diff varieties, identified in 2x2s. Pretty decent condition,

probably averages F or better. Starting Bid $90

415 COLOMBIA, 16 diff silver coins, 1821-74, ASW 1.36 ozs. Low grade. Starting Bid $39

416 FRANCE, Revolutionary coppers, 1792-99, 32 diff, generally AG or so, a few decent;

one holed. Starting Bid $30

417 GERMAN state coins, 28 diff (from 24 diff states) ALL PRE-1800, identified in 2x2s,

all grade a respectable AG, not bad, with legible dates. Starting Bid $45

418 GERMAN state coins, 27 diff, identified in 2x2s; good variety of states, only a few Prussia;

all GOOD or sl better. Two lots available. Starting Bid $35

419 GERMAN state coins, 50 diff, all silver (mostly low fineness), identified in 2x2s, ALL F or

better. Good range of states, only 7 are Prussia. Starting Bid $100

420 JAPAN, Cash, Tokyo Mintmk, various varieties (not checked for varieties) 1668-1700,

lot of 20; picked from a large hoard of mostly high grade coins, these are the BEST OF THE BEST,

all CHOICE EF or better. Photo of ONE. Starting Bid $25




421 JAPAN, Cash, as previous, the other end of the hoard, all problem coins: cracked, bent,

cast holes, breaks, etc.; 140 pieces. Starting Bid $10

422 KOREA, cash coins, 1757-1857, COLLECTION of 111 diff varieties, identified by Mandel

numbers. All "Treasury Department" mint. Crude, poorly made, many technically better but I

will conservatively call them AG-G. Much scarcer than Chinese, Japan or Viet cash. Starting bid $35

423 KOREA, Larger 2-Mun cash style coins, 1742-52, 13 diff varieties, identified by

Mandel #s, average VG+; Treasury Dept mint. Starting Bid $18

424 VIETNAM, Cash coin collection, 981-1945, 72 diff, identified in 2x2s, typical average

condition. Starting Bid $70

425 PRE-1800 dated coins, 36 diff, identified, various countries, generally low grade, mostly AG,

but dates legible. Starting Bid $45

426 GERMANY, ULM, set of 4 1600-1700s coins (1 & 12 Kr, 1/2 & 1 Taler), 1922 "RESTRIKES"

in PORCELAIN, terra-cotta. Starting Bid $25







427 DISPLAY trays, Lindner, 11+x11+ in, 2 with 81 square compartments, 1 with 64; another

9+ x 11+ in, with with red felt interior with 35 round ports; all have clear plastic covers;

PLUS suitcase style case, woodgrain exterior, with black felt interior with 12 2+x2+

inch compartments; & another blue leatherlike with gilt saying "gedenkmunzen der DDR,"inside

has 3 dk blue felted trays with spaces for 69 coins. All 6 items used but OK, minor scuffing on

clear plastic. Starting Bid $20



428 WEST AFRICA, "Manilla slave bracelets" primitive money, 18-19th century, bronze, LOT of 7,

all somewhat different, ranging from abt 75 to 125 mm, total weight about 2-3/4 lb. Two

virtually identical lots avail. (In my 12/20 sale a similar lot of 6 brought $135 on $355 bid.)

Starting Bid $90



429 Some kind of fancy drawing implement (still works) in box c.1900 with label "Alfred

Ney, Nurnberg, Metallschmelz-werk," with smaller inner box hldg a few extra nibs (?); plus

metal fountain pen with plastic handle labeled "Statler Hilton" & rather old box, R. Esterbrook

& Co, containing 144 (?) addl steel pen tips, these in mint condition. Starting Bid $2



LITERATURE

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

mostly hefty catalogs, half w/PRLs, weight 38 lbs. Starting Bid $20

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

French, Kolbe/Spink 2004. As New. (A copy brought $26 in my last sale.) Starting bid $10

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

great catalogs illus in color with PRLS, weight 10 pounds! Starting bid $3

433 Gorny & Mosch (Germany), 3 Auction catalogs, 10/19, 3/20, 11/20, all splendid sales of

ancient coins, color plates, w/PRLS, weight 8 lbs. Starting Bid $4

434 Frank S. Robinson, Confessions of a Numismatic Fanatic: How to Get the Most Out of

Coin Collecting, 1992, 210 pp, hardcover w/dj, illus; the best general guide to this hobby ever

written. A rare book now, especially in perfect condition like this one. Starting Bid $20



435 Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum - ANS Part 6, Palestine-South Arabia, 1981, extra

large hardcover, 54 plates with facing description pages; useful stuff here, incl Jewish, Nabataea,

etc. (A copy sold for $138, CNG 6/06.) Starting Bid $12

436 Stevenson, A Dictionary of Roman Coins, 1889, 1964 Seaby reprint, hardcover w/dj,

929 pp w/700+ engraved illus, a tremendous amount of useful information here.

(A copy of this same reprint sold for $150, CNG eAuc 3/16.) Starting Bid $25

437 Cash on the Line, a publication by John Novak on Oriental numismatics, issues 57 to 61

in booklet format plus 63 in newspaper format plus a 79 page booklet monograph on (mostly)

Chinese silver coins; c.1968-69; plus a 1969 letter from Novak to R.B.White. Eight items.

Starting Bid $5

438 Keary & Poole, Catalog of English Coins in the British Museum - Anglo-Saxon Series,

Volume 1, 282 pp + 30 plates, and Volume 2, Grueber & Keary, 540 pp + 32 plates; original

editions 1887 + 1893; binding on Vol 2 is falling apart.

(A reprint set brought $236, CNG eAuc 11/17.) Starting Bid $35

439 Newell, The Coinages of Demetrius Poliorcetes, Obol reprint 1978, large hardcover,

174 pp + 17 plates, some flaking on cover.

(A copy of same reprint brought $98, CNG eAuc 3/16.) Starting Bid $10

440 Boutin, Monnaies des Empires de Byzance, Collection N.K., 1983, Text 176 pp, and 73

plates in separate volume, cataloguing 1432 coins; large softcovers, sl pen mark on plate

volume. Important collection. Starting Bid $20

441 Dalton & Hamer, The Provincial Token Coinage of the 18th Century, 1967 reprint of

1910 original, hardcover, 567 pp, plates throughout; the indispensable standard catalog of

Conder Tokens. You won't find this cheaper: Starting Bid $80

442 Gertrude Rawlings, Coins and How to Know Them, 1924, 374 pp, hardcover w/dj, some

plates; the dj worn in a clear protective cover; interior in good condition. Starting Bid $7

443 Timmins, Gunmoney, 2017, hardcover w/dj, 146 pp, well illus in color, a very nice

detailed catalog of the Irish series 1689-91; New. One reported sold by Davis $75. Start Bid $15

444 Noe, The Coinages of Metapontum, Parts 1 & 2, in one volume, ANS 1984, large hardcover,

120 pp, 44 plates, as New. (A copy sold for $53, CNG eAuc 10/18.) Starting Bid $17

445 Metcalf, Coinage in the Balkans, 820-1355, 1966, 286 pp + 15 plates, hardcover, blood

red cover, spine with signs of chewing on edges. Starting Bid $12

446 Amandry, Dictionnaire de Numismatique, 2001, 624 pp, hardcover w/dj, some illus; as New;

very nice book in French. You can buy a used paperback edition on Amazon for $133!

Starting Bid $8

447 Villaronga, Corpvs Nvmmvm Hispaniae Ante Avgvsti Aetatem, oversized hardcover w/dj,

1994, 518 pp, a massive detailed catalog of pre-Roman Spanish coins; plus Anexo, a softcover

value guide by Jose Herrero, 108 pp; weight abt 6 lbs. Nice condition.

(A VF set brought $138, CNG eAuc 5/16.) Starting Bid $25

448 Coole, Coins in China's History, large hardcover, 1965, 189 pp, well illus, important &

nice. Starting Bid $15

449 De Saulcy, Numismatique Des Croisades (Crusades), Forni reprint of 1847 original, large

size softcover, 175 pp + 19 plates, in French. Starting Bid $10

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 $15

451 Newell, The Seleucid Mint of Antioch, 1978 Obol reprint, hardcover, 151 pp + 13 plates,

4 cups & 3 saucers; nice condition. Starting Bid $10

452 Jenkins & Lewis, Carthaginian Gold & Electrum Coins, RNS 1963, hardcover w/dj, 140 pp +

38 plates. Decent condition. (A copy, same edition, sold for $322 (yes), CNG eAuc. 3/16.)

Starting Bid $20

453 Williams, The Confederate Coinage of the Arcadians in the 5th Century BC, ANS NNM

#155, 1965, 141 pp + 14 plates. Starting Bid $5

454 Robertson, A Handbook to the Coinage of Scotland, 1878, original edition, 146 pp,

hardcover, calf binding, stamped Stacks Library. Spine somewhat worn. Start Bid $10

455 Aureo & Calico, Imagines Imperatorvm, 2/12 Barcelona auction catalog of a superb

Roman collection, beautiful hardcover catalog with dj & color plates, and list of prices realized

which will knock your socks off. Starting Bid $5

456 Seltman, Athens, Its History & Coinage Before the Persian Invasion, hardcover, 1924, Ares

1974 reprint, 228 pp + 24 plates, nice condition. No dj.

(Same reprint, with dj, brought $118, CNG eAuc 11/17.) Starting Bid $15

457 Simonetta, The Coins of the Cappadocian Kings, Typos II, (230 BC to 17 AD), hardcover w/dj,

54 pp + 7 plates, As New. (Same, realized $86, CNG 5/07.) Starting Bid $10


FIXED PRICE SPECIALS -- MULTIPLES AVAILABLE

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

green patinas. 3/39.95



459 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



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

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

461 CHINA, Northern Song Dynasty, 960-1127, cash coins, lot of 50 varied types, avge G or better,

all identfiable 24.95

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

green patinas, sample photo. 32.95



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

464 -- Xian Feng, 1851-61, IRON Cash coin of Chihli, C5-4a, VG-F, very scarce & decent for this

(cat F $30) 6.95



465 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,

10 for 69.95



466 RIGA, billon Solidi, c. 1630-60, crude, maybe AG-G or so, no dates visible, 10 for 8.45,

30 for 22.95

467 -- Same but F-VF, crude but pretty decent for these, though dates not visible, which is

typical. Ten for 18.50

468 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

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



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

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

rarity ratings, 4.99

472 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



473 VIETNAM, Zinc cash, C36, 1739-66, rare, (KM lists only in copper, VF=$45) VF, unusually

good 13.50

474 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




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

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

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

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

478 EQUAT. GUINEA, 1000Fr 1995 crown size, colorized stamp, error lgnd KM84.2 Unc 9.95

3/27.75

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

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

481 UKRAINE, 2018 1 & 2 Hryv, Vlad the Great & Yaroslav the Great, BU pair 1.99, 3 sets 4.99

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

483 -- 6-pc type set, 1K to 50K, 2004-07, BU (cat $12.25) 2.99, 3/7.95, 10/24.95

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

485 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



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

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 $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. 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

492 MOLDOVA, 6-pc type set, 1-50 Bani, BU (cat $5.25) 1.75, 3/4.95, 10/14.95

493 AUSTRIA, notgeld notes, post-WWI, 50 diff 19.95


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DEADBEATS:

LUCAS KOCKLER, Peoria, IL

ANNISA KHOIRIYAH (aka Opik Ropik) Indonesia

CHRIS COFFEE, Hong Kong

CHRIS EWENS, Roseburg, OR

TAKEHIKO AIBA, Japan

WILLIAM BRESEE, Binghamton, NY