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  • Ostrogoths Athalaric Gold Solidus
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    Ostrogoths Athalaric Gold Solidus

    £3,000.00

    Ostrogoths Athalaric Gold Solidus in the name of Justinian I. 

    Obv: D N IVSTINIANVS P G AVG, pearl-diademed, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, slightly inclined to right, with spear over shoulder and holding a shield Rev: VICTORIA AVGGG ?, Victory standing left, holding a long jewelled cross, a star on left, COMOB in exergue EF - Broad flan, residual lustre, extremely fine.  

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  • Great Britain 1962 3d deep lilac (Wales, White Paper). SGW1var.

    Great Britain 1962 3d deep lilac (Wales, White Paper), SGW1var. A superb unmounted original gum left hand marginal horizontal pair of imperforate imprimaturs each with a "BPMA" handstamp on reverse, showing variety "Wing-tail flaww" in position R16/1. A wonderful unique philatelic gem with exceptional provenance being released from the British Postal Museum Archives. GB Specialised catalogue number: XW2a.

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  • Great Britain 1841
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    Great Britain 1841 "Roslin" decorative printed envelope

    £2,600.00

    Great Britain 1841 "Roslin" decorative printed envelope. A very fine used example in blue, sent from London to Newport Pagnell, neatly cancelled by a red London "PAID" tombstone for SP.17.1841. With a red "Upper Berkeley St" receiving office handstamp and a black Newport Pagnell receiving office datestamp for the following day. A lovely quality example of this very rare and attractive envelope.

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  • Great Britain 1902 1d bright scarlet, SG220var.
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    Great Britain 1902 1d bright scarlet, SG220var.

    £2,250.00

    Great Britain 1902 1d bright scarlet, SG220var. A superb unused original gum bottom right hand corner marginal "D4" (I) control strip of three printed by De La Rue, showing the variety "4" almost omitted. GB Specialised catalogue number: M5(2). Provenance: Ex. "Minoru".
  • Attica Athens (c. 4654-404 B.C.) Silver Drachm
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    Attica Athens Silver Drachm (circa 454-404 BC)

    £1,850.00

    Attica Athens silver drachm (circa 454-404 BC).

    Obv: Head of Athena facing right, wearing a crested Attic helmet decorated with three olive leaves and a palmette Rev: standing right, its head facing, an olive-sprig and a crescent behind; all within an incuse square GVF - Well-centred, toned, good very fine. 

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  • Celtic Britain DOBUNNI Eisu gold Stater
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    Celtic Britain DOBUNNI Eisu gold Stater

    £2,500.00

    Celtic Britain DOBUNNI Eisu gold Stater 'Tree type c. AD20. 

    Obv. Dobunnic tree emblem with pellet at base Rev. Horse proceeding right, wheel below and dispersed symbols over all, 'EISV' above.17mm, 5.7g. EF - Extremely Fine, well and centrally struckWell struck piece with all legend and horse visible – and in very good condition!

    The Dobunni Celts lived in the part of south western Britain that today broadly coincides with the counties of North Somerset, Bristol, and Gloucestershire - their territory contained two large towns (Corinium Dobunnorum now Cirencester, and Colonia Nerviana Glevum now Gloucester). Besides this there were numerous smaller towns, and many rich villas...

    They were not a warlike people but farmers and were probably vassals of the tribe to their east, the Catevellauni.

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