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CONDITIONS OF SALE

First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided the Auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute.

SECOND.—The Auctioneer has absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, to withdraw any lots, to refuse bids" and to regulate the bidding. Ae

THIRD.—AII lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price imposed by the seller and (5) to the right of the seller to bid either person- ally or else by any one person who may be the Auctioneer.

FourTH.—The purchasers to give in their names and place of abode, and to pay down 25% of the purchase price or more in part payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, if required; in default of which the “4 or lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and Te-so 3

FirtH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection be made and the lot returned within seven days from date of sale.. ae

SrxrH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between buyer and seller and for both equitably. ee .

SEVENTH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for the safe custody of any lots left more than three days after the sale.

EIcHTH.—Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of their purchases at the time of delivery. The Auctioneers not to be held responsible for any discrepancy which might be discovered after the lots have been removed from their premises,

Ninto.—A daily storage fee of £0.25 per lot will be payable by the purchaser on lots not removed within seven days of the date of sale. The Auctioneers reserve the right to re-sell by Auction or privately, without notice to the buyer, all lots not removed from the Auctioneers’ premises within fourteen days of the date of sale.

Please Note.

The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus:— AN =gold, At=silver, A2=copper or bronze. El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper).

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not in good condition.

List of Prices Bid Price sop GLENDINING & Co.

7 Blenheim Street, New J3ond Street, London, WrY 9LD.

SALE OF

ENGLISH AND FOREIGN COINS

HELD ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER ‘ist, 1980

£ Lot £ Lot > Lot £

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30 231 232 233 234 230 236 237 238 239 240 24] 242 243 244 245

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247 248 249 250 251 22 253 254 LoD 256 257 258 a 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268

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300 270 280 210 320 460 520 750 240 250 720 400 540 | 1,900 950 650 150 140 650 420 1,050 180 170 230 380 600 210 420 380 440 650 180

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£270,440

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CATALOGUE of ENGLISH & FOREIGN COINS in Gold, Silver and Bronze DAY OF SALE Wednesday, 1st October, 1980

commencing at 10.30 a.m. precisely

OVERSEAS GOLD COINS

1 Austro-Hungary, 20-Corona, 1892, 1893, 1915; 10-Corona, 1911; Ducat, 1915 (5). Very fine to extremely fine.

2 Brazil, John V, 4,000-Reis, 1723, Bahia (F.30). Very fine.

3 —— Mary I and Peter III, 6,400-Reis, 1781, Rio (F.76). About very fine. 4 Peter II, 20,000-Reis, 1852 (F.121). Very fine, possible trace

of mount on edge.

5* Chile, Ferdinand VII, 8-Escudos, 1810, Santiago, FJ (F.28). Very fine, scarce.

6 Republic, 10-Pesos, 1859 (F.45). Fine.

7* Columbia, Republic, 8-Escudos, 1834, Bogota (F.67). Good. 8* —— —— 8-Escudos, 1832, Popayan (F.68). About fine.

9* —— ——8-Fscudos, 1830, Popayan (F.68). Good.

10 Egypt, Farouk, 100 and 50-Piastres, 1938 (F.36, 37). Very fine. 11 France, Napoleon III, 50-Francs, 1858 A (F.308). Very fine.

12* Germany, Frankfurt, Francis HI, Ducat (F.1033). Slight surface marks, extremely fine.

13* Guatemala, 4-Pesos, 1869 (F.43). Has been mounted, about very fine, scarce.

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14* Gorinchem, Holland (?), Rose Noble c. 1545, in the name of Edward IV of England, m.m. crown on reverse only (7.54gm.) (Thompson, Group II, Class II, 5). Fine. Ex Glendining & Co., 4th October, 1972, lot 15.

15 Italy, Napoleon, 40-Lire, 1814M (F.5). Fine, reverse better.

16 —— Lombardy, Provisional Government, 40-Lire, 1848 (F.474). Fine, rare.

17 Japan, Meiji, Yen, yr. 4 (1871) J. & V. Pl; F.49). Extremely fine.

18* Mexico, Philip V (1700-1748), 8-Escudos, 1744 M.F., portrait type (F.8; Vic. 1582; Cayon 6756). Almost extremely fine, rare.

19 Netherlands, Juliana, Ducat, 1960, m.m. fish. Brilliant.

20* Peru, Charles III, 8-Escudos, 1765, Lima, JM (F.28). Very fine,

rare.

21* —— Ferdinand VII, 8-Escudos, 1824 Cuzco, G (F.55). Very fine, rare.

22* ——— Republic, 50-Soles, 1930 (F.77). Flaw near rim on reverse

(5 o'clock), fine, rare.

23 —— 50-Soles, 1951 (F.79). Brilliant. 24* South Peru, 8-Escudos, 1837 (F.91). Fine.

25 South Africa, Thomas Burgers, Pond, 1874, fine beard (F.1). Mounted and gilt.

26 —— —— Pond, 1874, fine beard (F.1). Pin-holes on edge, fine.

27* Spain, Philip Il, 2-Escudos, Seville, without date, obv. shield, PHILIPPVS.U. DEI GRATIA, ens. P on it’s side, rev. cross, HISPANIARVM RE(X) (F.53). Edge a little ragged (c. 7 o'clock), otherwise very fine for issue.

28* —— Charles II, 2-Escudos, 1699, Seville (F.90). Very fine.

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29 —— Alfonso XII, 25-Pesetas, 1880 (F.193), Alfonso XIL, 20- Pesetas, 1889, 1896 (1961 restrike). Very fine and better.

30* Sweden, Charles IV, Ducat, 1821 L-B (F.61). Striking crack on obverse, otherwise about extremely fine, rare.

31 Turkey, Ataturk, 500-Piastres, 1962. Some surface marks, extre- mely fine.

32* U.S.A., Christopher Bechtler, Carolina Dollar, 28gm, N reversed in ONE, star on both sides. Stains on obverse and metal flaw across reverse, otherwise fine, rare.

33 —— 20-Dollars, 1876, Liberty head. Almost extremely fine. 34 —— Another, 1877. Extremely fine.

35 —— Another, 1878. Extremely fine.

36 —— Another, 1879. Very fine.

37 —— Another, 1888. Very fine.

38 Another, 1890. Very fine.

39 —— Another, 1893. Good very fine.

40 —— Another, 1894. Extremely fine.

41 —— Another, 1895. Extremely fine.

42 —— Another, 1897. Almost extremely fine. 43 —— Another, 1898. Very fine.

44 —— Another, 1899. Extremely fine.

45 —— Another, 1900. Almost extremely fine. 46 —— Another, 1901. Extremely fine.

47 —— Another, 1905. Good very fine.

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48 —— Another, 1906. Almost extremely fine.

49 Another, 1910, Saint-Gaudens type. Almost extremely fine. 50 —— Another, 1911. Extremely fine.

51 —— Another, 1913. Extremely fine.

52 —— 24-Dollars, 1889, mounted; Uruguay, 5-Pesos, 1930, about

very fine.

OVERSEAS SILVER & COPPER COINS

53* AR Bolivia, Charles III, 8-Reales, 1774, Potosi, JR. Extremely fine, rare thus.

54* Br British West Africa, George V, Specimen Shilling, 1936 H, struck in brass, as the currency issue but SPECIMEN in raised letters above date on reverse, milled edge and secu- rity groove. Extremely fine and excessively rare.

55 Br —— —— Brass proof Shilling and Sixpence, 1936 KN, milled edges. Brilliant, rare.

56 Cu-Ni —— Edward VIII, Proof Penny and One-Tenth of a Penny, 1936 KN. Extremely fine, rare.

57* AR Canada, Mexican Pillar Dollar, 1769, countermarked GR 5 orD. Metal flaw on edge, fine, rare.

58 A Victoria, Proof 25-Cents, 1870, plain edge. Practically

mint state, brilliant, deeply and attractively toned, very rare.

59 E Cape of Good Hope, Pattern Penny, 1889; Orange Free State, Pattern Penny, 1888 (Kaplan 40, 29). Very fine, the first rubbed on obverse.

60 Ai —— Pattern Penny, 1889. Extremely fine, toned.

61 2 Ceylon, George III, gilt proof 1/48th and 1/96th of a Rix Doller,, 1802 (Prid. 83B, 86B). Brilliant.

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62* AZ Colonial Coinage, General, George 1V, Hundredth Dollar, 1823 (Prid. 17). Extremely fine, toned, extremely rare.

63* AR British Guiana, George HI, 3-Guilders, 1809 (Prid. 4). Ob- verse weak, good very fine, toned, rare.

64 R 1, 4 and }-Guilder, 1809, 1-Guilder, 1816; 42 I1-

Stiver and 4-Stiver, 1813. Very fine or better.

65* AR Denmark, Frederick V, Speciedaler, 1764, oby. reads NOR.V.G.REX (Dav. 1302). A good extremely fine, nicely toned, very rare thus.

66 AR France, 5-Francs, 1813 A, 1814K, 1817 A, 1831 B incuse edge lettering. The last very fine, remainder about extremely

fine.

67 AX —— 5-Francs, 1831 A, 1852 A; Pattern 5-Francs in white metal by Barre, 1853 (V.G. 3324 var.). Extremely fine or better.

68 AR Germany, Brunswick-Luneberg, George I, Thaler, 1720 (Dav. 2081), fine but scratches in obverse field; 4-Thaler, 1723,

nearly fine.

69 AR —— George UI, Thaler, 1791 (Dav. 2106) and 4- Thaler, 1776. Both very fine and rare.

70* AX —— Paderborn, Wilhelm Anton, Thaler, 1767 (Dav. 2516). Very fine.

71 R Prussia, Frederick II, Thaler, 1779 (Dav. 2590). Very fine.

72* AX —— Regensburg, Bishops, Pancratius Sinzenhofer, Thaler, 1546 (Rm. 2768). Very fine, rare.

73* AR —— City Thaler, 1791 (Dav. 2630). Extremely fine.

74* AX —— Reuss, Young Line, Henry Postumus, Thaler, 1622

(Rm. 5473). Very fine.

75* A Schleiz, Henry XII, Thaler, 1763 (Dav. 2640). Extremely fine, but metal flaw on edge.

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AR Schleiz, Henry LXII, 2-Thalers, 1854 (Dav. 800). Very fine.

AR Saxony, Albert Line, John George, Thaler (40-Gros- chen), 1621 (Rm. 4744). Very fine.

AR —— —— —— Thaler, 1622, similar. Very fine.

AR —— Thaler (60-Groschen), 1622 (Rm. 4745). Fine.

AR —— John George Il, Thaler, 1660 (cf. Rm. 4472). Very fine.

AR —— Klippe Thaler, 1662 (Rm. 4771). Very fine.

AR —— —— Ernestine Line, Altenburg, Ernst, 5-Marks, 1901 (Dav. 815). Very fine.

AR Saxony, Friedrich Christian, Taler, 1763 (D.2677). Ex- tremely fine, mottled tone.

AR —— —— Medallic 4-Taler, 1747, on Marriage of Maria Josepha to the Dauphin. Extremely fine, nicely toned.

AR —— Hamburg, Free Imperial City, Leopold, Broad Taler, 1673 (D.5368). Some light scratches in obverse field, other- wise very fine.

A —— Eichstadt, Joseph Graf von Stubenberg (1790-1803), Thaler, 1796 (Dav. 2213). Extremely fine, toned.

AR —— Hohenlohe, Ludwig F. Carl (1765-1805), Thaler, 1785 (D.2353). Small edge crack and metal flaws, otherwise about extremely fine, toned.

AR —— Regensburg, Thaler, 1762, view of city (D.2618). Extre-

mely fine, toned.

FE. Gold Coast, Proof Ackey, 1796, in bronzed-copper. Extremely fine, scarce.

AR Griqua Town, Five-Pence, undated, obv. dove, rev. value. Scratches in obverse field, fine, very rare.

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91* 7B Victoria, Pattern Penny, undated; another, 1890. Very

fine and extremely fine.

92 AX Hong Kong, Dollar, 1868, 50-Cents, 1905, both very fine; 20- cents, 1876 H, 5-Cents, 1933, both extremely fine.

93* AB Ireland, George III, Pattern Halfpenny, 1774, laureate bust r., hair falling in curls beneath the neck (Nelson Pl. VI, 9). Almost extremely fine, ertremely rare.

94* AR Proof Halfpenny, 1805, struck in silver (cf. Nel- son Pl. VI, 13). Extremely fine, toned, rare. 95* AZ —— George IV, Pattern Farthing, 1822, edge plain (Nelson

Pl. VI, 14). Extremely fine, extremely rare, only six struck.

96 Eire, Halfcrown to Farthing, 1928, practically as struck, in spe- cimen set case; other coins of the world in AR (6, including a blank for the Eire Ten-Shillings, 1966), AE etc. (76, in- cluding some blanks for modern Colonial coinage, and some mis-struck Nigerian pieces), some fine.

97 A Proof Halfpennies, 1928 (3), “V.I.P.” restrikes struck in 1962-3 for the Central Bank of Ireland (cf. D. & F. p. 108). Light scuff marks, brilliant, very rare.

98 Ai ——A similar lot. Light scuff marks, brilliant, very rare.

99 AX —— Halfpennies, 1939 (10). Extremely fine, toned.

100 AR Italy, Casale, Marchese Gian Giorgio Paleologo (1530-1533), Cavalotto, bust r., rev. crowned shield (cf. CNI II, pl. XI, 2). Good fine, very rare.

101 AX —— Lombardy, Provisional Government, 5-Lire, 1848, long stem (Pag. 213b-R2). Very fine, toned, rare variety.

102* AX —— Napoleonic Kingdom, 15-Soldi, 1814M (Pag. 51-R3; R.M.N. 1030; C.7). Deeply and attractively toned, good ex- tremely fine, extremely rare, recorded mintage of 371.

103* Cu-Ni Jamaica, Victoria, Proof Penny, 1869, by L. C. Wyon (Prid. 9A). Practically as struck.

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104 A Jersey, Threepences (2), 1957, 1964, Pennies (27), 1841, 1858, 1861 (2), 1866, 1877, 1881, 1888, 1894, 1909, 1911, 1913, 1923 (2—both types), 1926, 1931, 1933, 1935, 1937, 1945 (2—both types), 1946, 1947, 1957, 1960, 1964, 1966, Half- pennies (12), 1841, 1851, 1861, 1866, 1877, 1894, 1909, 1911, 1913, 1923, 1926, 1946, Farthings (2), 1841, 1877; Lundy, Puffin and Half-Puffin,. 1929. In varying condition but a number extremely fine with original colour.

105 A Malta, John de la Vallete (1557-1568), 4-Tari, arms, rev. St. John’s head (R. & S. 57; Sch. 10), small striking split, very fine; Emmanuel Pinto, small silver medal, undated, in the style of the St. John coinage (Sch. pl. 16/2), extremely fine.

106* AW —— Emmanuel Pinto, 30-Tari, 1757, rev. St. John (R. & S. 66). Extremely fine.

107* AX —— Emmanuel de Rohan, 30-Tari, 1789, new type, rev. arms on eagle (R. & S. 26). Extremely fine.

108 AX —— Ferdinand von Hompesch, 30-Tari, 1798, pellet under bust (R. & S. 8). Very fine.

109* AR Madagascar, Pattern 5-Francs, 1883, obv. crown in sprays with rosettes (Dav. 514). Almost extremely fine, toned, rare.

110* AW —— Pattern 5-Francs, 1886, rev. crowned R (Dav. 515). Almost as struck, toned, rare.

111* AW —— Pattern 5-Francs, 1895 by R. Huth, rev. crowned heart with 18 R 95 all within a rose (Dav. 517; cf. BDM p. 581). Almost as struck, toned, rare.

112 A Netherlands, Breda beseiged by the Spanish, 40-Stuivers, 1625 (Del. 322); ZZ 2-Stuivers, 1625 (V.G. 231). Very fine, second a little off-centre.

113. A —— Groningen beseiged by the Bishops of Cologne and Munster, Commemorative 50-Stuivers, 1672, large crown, rev. plain (Del. 736). About very fine.

114. AR —— Groningen beseiged, Commemorative 124-Stuivers, 1672, rev. plain (Del. 738). Very fine.

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115* AX —— Maastricht beseiged by the French, 100-Stuivers, 1794, uniface (D.1856; R.M.N. 1068; C.7). Almost very fine for issue.

116 A New Zealand, Proof set of 1935 silver coins, Waitangi Crown to Threepence, in card case. Slightly tarnished, brilliant, very rare as @ Set.

117 A —— Proof Florin, 1961; AE Proof Halfpenny, 1962. Brilliant.

118 A Salzburg, Paris v. Lodron, Taler, 1628, on Consecration of Cathedral (D.3499; Pr. 1166). Rim slightly flawed, probably in striking, otherwise extremely fine.

119 AX —— Max Gandolph, Jubilee Half-Taler, 1682 (Pr. 1663A). Extremely fine.

120 AR Serbia, Milan, Proof 5-Dinars, 1879, lettered edge (Dav. 304). Brilliant, toned, rare.

121* AR Spain, Ferdinand and Isabella, 8-Reales, Seville, six arrows, P on its side above r., legend ending DEI (D.8470; Yr. 4 var.; Cal. 1539 var.). Clear reverse legend and about fine, but signs of corrosion and probably sea salvage.

122 AR —— Mallorca, Emergency 30-Sous, 1808, with ornamental border (Dav. 313; Yr. 871). Very fine, scarce.

123 AX —— Mallorca, Emergency 30-Sous, 1808, octagonal (Dav. 315). Has been cleaned, almost very fine, rare.

124* AR —— Tarragona, Emergency 5-Pesetas, 1809, with King’s name FER VII. inverted (Dav. 316 var.; Cal. —; Calico and Trigo —). Flan pierced by knock or flaw in field, other- wise fine, an unpublished error of great rarity.

125 AX —— Tarragona, Emergency 5-Pesetas, 1809 (Dav. 326; Yr. 899). Fine.

126* A —— Joseph Napoleon, 20-Reales, 1810, Madrid, A.L., variety without stops on obverse, except before and after date (Dav. 308). Very fine, unpublished.

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127 ® Mallorca, Emergency 30-Sous, 1821 (D.326; Yr. 876). Better than very fine, but two light scratches on obverse, somewhat oval flan. I

128 AR —— A similar coin. Has been cleaned, good fine. 1

129 A —— Balearic Islands, Emergency 5-Pesetas, 1823, legend ending YND (Day. 327; Yr. 876). Fine and scarce. 1

130* A Cantonal Revolution, Pattern Cartagena 2-Pesetas, 1873

(Calico and Trigo 28). Has been cleaned, now lightly toned, some hairline scratches, otherwise good extremely fine, very rare. 1

131* AR Switzerland, Basle, Double-Taler, undated (c. 1680) (Divo 86; D.1741). Slight trace of having been mounted, otherwise very fine, rare. ]

132 AX —— Neuenburg, Frederick I of Prussia, Quarter-Taler, 1713 (D.-W. 178) Slight adjustment marks, extremely fine, rare. 1

133 AR

Confederation, Franc, 1851A. Good extremely fine, toned. 1

134* AR U.S.A., Dollar, 1795, flowing hair type, two leaves beneath each wing (Bolender 2). Some scuffing, especially on ob- verse, otherwise a good very fine, rare. 1

135 —— Proof set of 1886 coins, AR Dollar, Half-Dollar, Quar- ter Dollar, Dime; Nickel 5 and 3-Cents; Ai 1-Cent. Ex-

tremely fine or better, the silver toned, the 5-Cent with verdigris on reverse, rare. t

INTERVAL

Sale recommences at 1 p.m. precisely.

ENGLISH GOLD COINS

136* Edward III, Treaty Period, Half Noble, London, saltire before king’s name (N.1238; S.1506). Face weak, otherwise very fine. ]

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137 Richard I, Quarter-Noble, pellet in centre of reverse, slipped trefoil over shield (N.1319; $.1677). Fair.

138* Henry V, Noble, class E, pellet at sword point, annulet on ship’s side, trefoil by shield, mullet and annulet by sword arm (N.1373; S.1744). About very fine, scarce.

139 Henry VI, annulet issue Quarter Noble, Calais, m.m. lis, three lis about shield (N.1421; $.1814). Good fine.

140 Edward IV, 2nd reign, Angel, m.m. pierced cinquefoil (B. & W. XXI; N.1626; $.2091). Good fine.

141 —— —— Half-Angel, m.m. pierced cross and pellet (B. & W. XVII; N.1630; S.2093). About fine.

{42 ——- —— London Angel, m.m. heraldic cinquefoil (N.1626: $.2091). Very fine.

143* Henry VII (1485-1509), Angel, Class IV, m.m. greyhound’s head (N.1697; S. 2185). Nearly very fine.

144 Half-Angel, class II, m.m. pansy (N.1700; S.2189). Clipped, fine.

145* Henry VIU, posthumous coinage, Crown of the double rose, Southwark, m.m. E on oby. only, reads RUTILANOS, lozenge stops (N.1868; S.2397). Flatly struck, otherwise very fine and extremely rare.

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146* Mary, Angel, m.m. pomegranate (N.1958; S.2490). Fine, reverse a little better, rare.

147 James I, second coinage, Unite, m.m. bell (N.2084; S.2619). Obverse very fine but scratched in field, reverse about extremely fine.

148 —— Third coinage, Quarter-Laurel, m.m. trefoil (N.2119; 8.2642). About fine.

149 Scotland, James VI, Sword and Sceptre Piece, 1601 (S.5460). Very fine.

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150* —— Charles I, third coinage, Unite by Briot, thistle and B at end of obverse legend (S.5531). Good fine, rare.

151 Charles I, Tower mint, Unite, Gp B, m.m. anchor (Schneider Ia/Ib, no. 8; N.2149; §.2690). Obverse fine, reverse better.

152. —— Tower mint, Double Crown, Gp B, m.m. blackamoor’s head (over Cross Calvary on obv.), small bust, no inner circles either side (Schneider I; N.2160; S.2697). Obverse fine, reverse better, scarce.

153. —— Tower mint, Crown, Gp D, m.m. bell (Schneider I, no. 2; N.2185; S.2707). Good fine but weak in centre.

154* Charles II, Five-Guineas, 1668, pointed truncation, lovelock on shoulder (MCE 1). Extremely fine and nicely toned.

155* ——— Five-Guineas, 1668, elephant below bust (MCE 2). Very fine. 156* ——— Five-Guineas, 1681, second bust, plain (MCE 23; S.3331).

Good fine, toned.

1s}* Five-Guineas, 1682 (MCE 25). About very fine.

158* Two-Guineas, 1664, elephant below bust (MCE 32). Very fine, scarce.

159? Guinea, 1672 (? 1682, 7 of date obliterated by scoring),

rounded truncation. Very fine.

160* James II, Five-Guineas, 1687, plain (MCE 117; S.3397). Knock on reverse rim otherwise very fine.

161 William and Mary, Five-Guineas, 1693, plain (MCE 140; S.3422). Rim knocks, fine.

162* William III, Five-Guineas, 1699, elephant and castle below bust (MCE 170; S.3455). Very fine, very rare.

163* Five-Guineas, 1700 (MCE 171). About very fine, but has

been cleaned.

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164* —— Five-Guineas, 1701, “Fine Work” type, with profusion of hair (MCE 172; S.3456). Some surface marks and slight metal flaws, otherwise almost extremely fine, nicely toned.

165* Anne, Five-Guineas, 1711, after Union (MCE 202; S.3568). Knock on neck, otherwise fine, toned.

166* ——— Two-Guineas, 1709 (MCE 205; S.3569). Very fine, scarce.

167* George I, Five-Guineas, 1726 (MCE 241; S.3626). Scratches in obyerse field, otherwise a good fine, scarce.

168* George II, Five-Guineas, 1746, L1IMA below old head (MCE 285; S.3665). Obverse somewhat pitted, knock on reverse rim, otherwise very fine.

169* —— Two-Guineas, 1735 (MCE 290). Almost extremely fine,

rare.

170 George III, Half-Guinea, 1785 (MCE 425). Good, very fine.

171* George IV, Proof Five-Pounds, 1826, inscribed edge, as issued in the sets (wt. 39.90 gm.) (S.3795). Rubbed in obverse

field, otherwise brilliant and rare.

172* —— Two-Pounds, 1823 (MCE 470; S.3798). Surface somewhat scuffed, otherwise about extremely fine.

173 —— Sovereign, 1830 (MCE 481). Good very fine.

174 Victoria, Jubilee Five Pounds, 1887. Extremely fine, toned.

175 —— Proof Five-Pounds, 1893. Very slight surface marks, brilliant. 176* Sovereign, 1874, London, shield reverse (die 32). Obverse

about fine, reverse somewhat better, extremely rare. 177 Edward VII, Five-Pounds, 1902. Very fine.

178 George V, Proof Five Pounds, 1911. Extremely fine, scuffed.

179 —— Proof Five-Pounds, 1911. Very slight surface marks, bril- liant.

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180 —— Sovereigns, 1918C, 1919C, Ottawa mint. Very fine or better.

181 George VI, Proof set, 1937, of Coronation gold coins, comprising

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Five-Pounds, Two-Pounds, Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, together with Proof set, AX Crown to A Farthing, in cases of issue. Brilliant and practically mint state.

Sovereigns (4), 1887 Jubilee, 1900, 1914, 1914M-; Half-Sove- reigns (2), 1903, 1909. First extremely fine, others fine.

Half-Sovereigns (4), 1894, 1902, 1907, 1914, fine to very fine; Sovereign, 1913, extremely fine; other coins in AR (2), (1), very fine.

SILVER AND COPPER COINS

AR Hiberno-Norse, Phase II], reduced weight imitation of Aethelred II Penny (BMC 119; S.4132), very fine; Pennies of John, third (Rex) coinage, Dublin, Roberd (2), Edward I, Dublin, 2nd and 6th issue, fine or better.

A Early Phase V, two pellets before face, cross on neck, rev. pellets, annulet and anchor (?) in angles of cross (BMC

157; 8.4138). Good fine.

—— Crook before face, cross behind head, rev. pellets, annulet and com (?) in angles of cross (BMC 169-174; §.4139). Reverse weak, fine, slightly buckled.

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R A similar lot. Fine, buckled.

AR —— —— Group of pellets on neck, rev. annulet, crescent, pellet and anchor (?) in angles of cross (BMC 164). Weakly struck, about fine.

/R —— Phase V, quatrefoil of pellets and hand in opposed quarters of cross (BMC 208; D.F. 28). Very fine but weak in parts and buckled.

AR —— Early Phase V, type as Edward the Confessor, crude facing bust, rev. pellets in angles of small cross (BMC 190; S.4165). Very fine, rare.

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191* AX —— Phase V, aniconographic obverse, rev. E and group of three pellets in alternate quarters (cf. BMC 211-214). Fine, slightly buckled, very rare.

192* Vikings, Hiberno-Norse Kings of York, Eric, first reign (948), two-line type without sword, cut Halfpenny, moneyer Ingelgar (N.549; S.1028; cf. Bird, Glendinings 20 Nov. 1974, lot 79, for a similar coin, moneyer Rathulf). Very fine and excessively rare outside public collections.

193* Tenth-Century imitations (2), two-line type, ? temp. Eadred, very fine; and Aethelred II, crux type, crude work, obv. legend retrograde, rev. five pellets in voided cross, part flat, very fine, both interesting.

194 A William I (1066-87), Penny, pAxs type (Br. VIID, Wareham, moneyer Sideloc. Very fine, scarce.

’.’ Ex Burstall Collection (Lot 47).

195* A Richard Il (1483-85), London Groat, m.m. sun-and-rose (No. 1), reads pr on obverse (Winstanley 1). Almost ex- tremely fine, rare.

’.” Ex Dr. Burstall Collection (Lot 99).

196 Henry VII, profile issue, tentative issue, Groat, m.m. cross cross- let (N.1743; S.2254). Very fine, dark tone, rare.

197* AR Edward VI, Crown, 1551, m.m. y (dies A-16; 8.2478). Very fine.

198 AR —— Halfcrown, 1551, m.m. tun, galloping horse without plume (N.1935; S.2480), good, scarce; James I, third coin- age, Halfcrown, m.m. trefoil (N.2122; S.2666), fine but cracked in striking and obverse partly tooled in field.

199* AR Elizabeth I, Crown, 1601, sceptre breaks wire-line inner circle and points to 1, four fingers of hand visible, rev. five pellets in inner circle above right limb of cross before inner pellet of colon, leopard in third quarter with left forepaw across inner edge of shield, lower fleur-de-lys in first and fourth quarters do not touch framework (N.2012; $.2582; FRC C-6 variety; cf. Glendining, 8/11/78, lot 11). Nearly very fine, very rare.

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200* AR Elizabeth I, Crown, m.m. 1 (1601), sceptre points to G of REGINA, three fingers of hand visible (FRC B-2; S.2582) (29.53 gm.). Portrait weakly struck as usual, a good very

fine, toned. 201* AX —— Halfcrown, m.m. (1601) (N.2013; $.2583). Fine, rare. 202* AR —— Halfcrown, m.m. 1 (1601), similar. Very fine, toned,

with an excellent portrait, but very slight trace of having been plugged on edge (c. 10 o'clock).

203 A Milled coinage, Shilling, small size (N.2023; S.2592).

Very fine, scarce.

204* AR James I, third coinage, Crown, m.m. lis (N.2120; S.2634). Almost very fine.

205 AR —— —— Crown, m.m. lis, grass on ground, stop after SEPARET, base of shield pierces inner circle, scroll headed harp (S.2664). Fine, reverse somewhat flat.

206* AR Charles I, Tower Crown, Group II, m.m. bell (over port- cullis)/bell (Cooper XIV/XIX; N.2195; S.2758). Almost very fine.

207* AR —— (1625-49), Tower mint, Crown, type la, m.m. lis (F.4). Very fine, rare.

*.* Ex Burstall Collection (Lot 253).

208 A —— —— Shillings, type 3a(3), m.m. bell and m.m. crown (2). All about very fine.

’* Ex Burstall Collection (Lot 306).

209 AR —— —— Pennies (7), and a Halfpenny, rose both sides. Fine or very fine.

210* AX —— Tower mint, under Parliament, Crown, m.m. sun, type 5, tall spirited horse (N.2215; S.2839). Obverse weakly struck, otherwise fine, rare.

211* A —— Truro mint, Crown, m.m. rose, King’s sash in two loose ends (N.2531; 8.3046). Weak in parts (c. 10 o'clock) and double struck, otherwise very fine, toned.

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A Commonwealth, Halfcrown, 1653 (ESC 431). Obverse very fine, reverse fine.

AR —— An interesting set of electrotypes, Crown, 1652, Halfcrown, Shilling and Sixpence, 1651, Twopence, Penny and Halfpenny; also electrotype copy of Blondeau’s Pattern Halfcrown, 1651 (cf. ESC 443). Very fine or better.

A Cromwell, Crown, 1658, by Simon, die flaw at very early stage (ESC 10). Very fine, dark tone.

AR —— Crown, 1658, by Simon, showing later stage of die flaw (ESC 10; S.3226). Extremely fine, nicely toned, scarce.

AR Charles IJ, Hammered first issue, Halfcrown, without inner circle or mark of value (ESC 448-R3; S.3307). Obverse somewhat double-struck, very fine, very rare.

AR —— Hammered second issue, Halfcrown, without inner circle but with mark of value, reading BRI: FRA:, small xxx (ESC 451-R4; S.3313). Good, reverse better, very rare.

A —— Hammered third issue, Halfcrown, with inner circles and mark of value, reading MAG: BR: FR:, (ESC 456; 8.3321). Fine.

AR —— Crown, 1673/2, edge VICESIMO QvINTO, William and Mary, Halfcrown, 1693 over 3 inverted (ESC 48, 521). Fine and better.

AR Crown, 1679, 4th bust (ESC 57). Has been quite

brightly cleaned, otherwise extremely fine, very rare thus.

AR —— Halfcrowns, 1664, 1668 (8 over 4), 1678, 1681, 1683 (ESC 460-R2, 464-R2, 480-R4, 486, 490). First three only good but all rare, last two fine and scarce.

AR —— Halfcrowns, 1669 (9 over 4), 1680 (ESC 466-R3, 485- R3). Both fine and very rare.

A Scotland, Charles II, Dollar, 1680, F below bust. Good fine, rare date.

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AR James I, Halfcrown, 1688 (ESC 502; $.3409). Extremely fine, toned, but spotted metal.

AR William & Mary, Crown, 1692 (2 over 2 inverted), QVINTO (ESC 85; §.3433). Very fine, toned, rare.

AX —— Halfcrowns, 1690 Tertio, 1692 Quinto (ESC 515-R2, 518-R4), the first fine, second poor; William Ill, Half- crowns, 1696C large shields early harp, 1696 N ordinary harp, 1696B small shields, 1696C small shields (ESC 525-R, 533-R4, 535, 536-R2), good to fine, all rare.

AR —— Halfcrown, 1689, first shield, caul and interior frosted, second L over M (ESC 503a). Very fine, toned, rare.

AR Shilling, 1692 (ESC 1075). Deeply toned, extremely fine, scarce, particularly so in this state. A Shilling, 1693; Anne, Shilling, 1709 (ESC 1076, 1154).

First fine, second good very fine, both toned.

A William III, Crown, 1700 pvopEcimMo (ESC 97). Almost ex- tremely fine.

AR —— Halfcrowns, 1697 NoNo (ESC 541; S.3487), very fine, 1699 (ESC 556; S.3494), fine, rare.

AR —— Halfcrown, 1700, inverted A for v in Decvs, 1701 plumes (ESC 563-R2, 567-R; S.3494, 3496). Very fine, rare.

AR —— Sixpences, 1696 (2), 1697 3rd bust, 1700 plain (ESC

1533 (2), 1566, 1579). Very fine or better.

AR —— Sixpences (3), 1696 y, 1697 B (2, first and third busts) (ESC 1539, 1554, 1568). Very fine or better and toned, but two haymarked.

‘* Second ex Lord Hamilton (Lot 281, part) Collection.

AR Anne, Crown, 1703, vio below Ist bust (ESC 99). Very fine, toned.

736* AR —— Crown, 1703, vico (ESC 99). Almost very fine, toned.

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238 AX —— Halfcrowns, 1709 plain, 1712, 1713 roses and plumes (ESC 579, 582, 584; S.3604, 3607 (2) ). The first very fine, others fine or better.

239* AR —— Halfcrown, 1707, roses and plumes, edge sexTo (ESC 573). Very fine, toned.

240 AR —— Halfcrowns (2), 1708, edge sEpTiMo, 1712, edge UN- DECIMO (ESC 577, 582). Both very fine and toned, but second with adjustment marks.

241 AR —— Halfcrown, 1708, edge sEpTIMo, Shilling, 1703 vico (ESC 577, 1131). About very fine.

242 A George I, Crown, 1718 (8 over 6) (ESC 111A; S.3639). Light adjustment mark on obverse, very fine, rare.

243* AR —— Crown, 1723 SSC (ESC 114; S.3640). Good fine, toned. 244* AR Halfcrown, 1717 (ESC 589; S.3642). Light scratches across portrait otherwise extremely fine, scarce.

245 AX —— Shillings (4), 1720 plain, 1723 SSC first bust (2), 1723 roses and plumes (ESC 1168, 1176, 1179). Very fine, two toned.

246 AR —— Shilling, 1723 SSC, first bust (ESC 1176).</