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  • Halfcrown Victoria 1898

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    Halfcrown Victoria 1898


    Halfcrown Victoria 1898 Standard type Uncirculated and graded 80 by London Coins Grading Service and in their holder
  • England, Aethelred II – Silver Penny AD 978AD - 1016AD

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    England, Aethelred II – Silver Penny AD 978AD - 1016AD


    King (reign): Aethelred II (978AD - 1016AD) Denomination/metal: Silver Penny Date/mint mark: 1009-1017 Type Last small cross type Penny (1009- 17), BMC type Ic, Elfwine of Colchester Mint. Ref. no: N 777; S 1154 Obv. Draped and diademed bust left, within linear circle, +edel-red rex n Rev. Short cross at centre, four smaller crosses surrounding, all within linear circle, +elfpine on cole. 20mm, 1.3g. VF – Very Fine Flan a little undulating, peck marked mainly on reverse, with a strong portrait, a pleasing very fine and very rare with the extra crosses, presumably a short-lived sub-issue in East Anglia.
  • India –Gupta Dynasty Puragupta gold Dinar c.480 – 485

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    India –Gupta Dynasty Puragupta gold Dinar c.480 – 485


    Country: India

    Denomination/metal: Gold Dinar

    Date/mint mark: c.480 – 485

    Type Archer type

    Ref. no: BMC Allan, 550-51

    Obv. legend around king with nimbus standing left holding bow and arrow, garuda standard in field left; without letter between legs.

    Rev. Sri Vikramah, goddess Lakshmi seated facing on lotus holding long-stemmed flower and riband.21mm, 9.33g.

    AEF - Almost extremely fine, a little cabinet friction

    Very rare coin. The Gupta Empire was an ancient Indian empire, founded by Maharaja Sri Gupta, which existed at its zenith from approximately AD 240 to 550 and covered much of the Indian Subcontinent. The peace and prosperity created under the leadership of the Guptas enabled the pursuit of scientific and artistic endeavours. This period is called the Golden Age of India and was marked by extensive inventions and discoveries in science, technology, engineering, art, dialectic, literature, logic.

  • Ottoman Turkey Osman III gold Three-Funduq issued in 1754

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    Ottoman Turkey Osman III gold Three-Funduq issued in 1754


    Country: Turkey King (reign): Osman III, 1754 – 1757

    Denomination/metal: Gold Funduq, Three

    Date/mint mark: 1754 (1169h)

    Type Acession issue

    Ref. no: Pere 590; KM 279.

    Obv. Tughra in ornamental border Rev. Mint mark 'JIM' with mint name 'ISLAMBOL' and emperor’s name and date – all within an ornamental border38mm, 9.5g.

    AEF - Almost Extremely Fine.These large coins were issued in fairly small numbers to mark the accession of Osman III. They are thus rare, but as they were almost all used to make jewellery because of their attractively large size, it is doubly rare to find one unmounted or pierced such as this ! Osman III's brief reign saw rising intolerance of non-Muslims (Christians and Jews being required to wear distinctive clothes or badges) and is also notable for a fire in Constantinople. He lived most of his life as a prisoner in the palace, and as a consequence on becoming Sultan

  • Ancient Greece – Silver 12 Litrai c. 214-12 BC

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    Ancient Greece – Silver 12 Litrai c. 214-12 BC


    Country: Ancient Greece

    King (reign): Fifth Democracy, c214-212 BC

    Denomination/metal: Silver 12 Litrai

    Type Syracuse mint

    Ref. no: Burnett, Enna Hoard, SNR 62, 1983, pl. 9, D 21 (these dies); McClean 2957 (these dies); SNG ANS 1040

    Obv. Head of Athena facing left, wearing a crested Corinthian helmet decorated with a snake on the bowl.

    Rev. SYPAKOSION, Artemis standing left, drawing bow, a hound springing left at her side, A on left.


    EF - Very well-struck from pretty dies on a broad flan, attractive light iridescent tone, good extremely fine and most attractive.

  • Roman, Domitian - Denarius AD 81

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    Roman, Domitian - Denarius AD 81


    King (reign): Domitian, AD 81-96

    Denomination/metal: Silver Denarius

    Date/mint mark: AD 81

    Type struck as Caesar

    Ref. no: RIC 59; RCV 2746 var.

    Obv. IMP CAES DIVI VESP F DOMITIAN AV [G P M], laureate head facing right.

    Rev. TR P COS VII DES VIII P P, Minerva advancing right, brandishing a spear and holding a shield.


    AEF – About Extremely Fine

    Beautiful iridescent cabinet tone, about extremely fine and rare.

  • England, Edward VI – 1551-3 Silver Sixpence

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    England, Edward VI – 1551-3 Silver Sixpence


    King (reign): Edward VI (1547 - 1553)

    Denomination/metal: Silver Sixpence

    Date/mint mark: mm. Tun, 1551 – 1553

    Ref. no: S 2483

    Obv. Half facing bust left, 'EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX'. Denomination' VI' behind.

    Rev. Royal arms on cross fourchee,'POSVI DEV' ADIVTORE' MEV'', (I have made the Lord my helper).

    28mm, 2.99g.

    AEF - About Extremely Fine, well struck and nicely toned.


    Very handsome little coin, well struck with no weak areas and nicely toned.  However, what is particularly interesting about this coin is the very small 'privy mark' under the denomination.  This is engraved on the die and appears to be a small fish or a chalice on its side.  Very interesting and hitherto unrecorded.  Issued in the latter part of the Boy King's reign when he was only thirteen or fourteen years of age, is a superb contemporary portrait of Henry VIII's sickly son Edward VI. Just over a year or so later, in February 1553, at age 15, Edward fell ill.  When his sickness was discovered to be terminal, he and his Council drew up a "Devise for the Succession", attempting to prevent the country being returned to Catholicism.  Edward named his cousin Lady Jane Grey as his heir and excluded his half sisters, Mary and Elizabeth.  However, this was disputed following Edward's death and Jane was queen for only nine days before Edward's half-sister, Mary, was proclaimed Queen.  She reversed Edward's Protestant reforms, which nonetheless became the basis of the Elizabethan Religious Settlement of 1559.