15th October 2015

Coins, Militaria and Collectables 15th October 2015

Page: 1 of 26. Lots: 1 to 60

Sale Catalogue: Page 1



Lot 1: VICTORIA, 1837-1901. TWELVE COIN GOLD AND SILVER SPECIMEN SET, 1887. The set includes the first and second issue sixpences, Shield in Garter and Wreath type. In original tooled leather box. UNC, the coins have good eye appeal and matching rainbow toning.

Sold For: £3300.00


Lot 2: VICTORIA, 1837-1901. ELEVEN COIN GOLD AND SILVER SET, 1887. AEF-AUNC

Sold For: £2100.00


Lot 3: VICTORIA, 1837-1901. SEVEN COIN SILVER SET, 1887. VF-UNC

Sold For: £130.00


Lot 4: GEORGE VI, 1937-52. FOUR COIN GOLD PROOF SPECIMEN SET, 1937. In original tooled red leather case. UNC.

Sold For: £6400.00


Lot 5: GEORGE VI, 1937-52. FIFTEEN COIN PROOF SPECIMEN COIN SET, 1937. In original tooled red leather case. UNC.

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 6: GEORGE VI, 1937-52. FIFTEEN COIN PROOF SPECIMEN COIN SET, 1937. In original tooled red leather case. UNC.

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 7: GEORGE VI, 1937-52. TEN COIN PROOF SPECIMEN COIN SET, 1938. In a tooled red leather case. UNC.

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 8: ELIZABETH II, 1953. TEN COIN PROOF SET, 1953. In original tooled red leather case. UNC.

Sold For: £55.00


Lot 9: WILLIAM AND MARY, 1689-94. PART MAUNDY SET, 1689. Penny 1694 (HI for HIB). GVF-AEF. (four coins)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 10: GEORGE V, 1910-36. MAUNDY SET, 1928. In original tooled red leather case. Discoloured, otherwise UNC. (four coins)

Sold For: £130.00


Lot 11: GEORGE V, 1910-36. MAUNDY SET, 1935. In original tooled blue leather case. Discoloured, otherwise UNC. (four coins)

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 12: GREAT BRITAIN, MAUNDY. Fourpence 1679 (2), 1680, 1684, 1713, 1800, Threepence 1670, 1762 (2), 1772, Twopence 1763, 1784, 1800, Penny 1784. Fair-EF. (14 coins)

Sold For: £260.00


Lot 13: GREAT BRITAIN, MAUNDY. Fourpence 1842, 1844, 1850, 1851, 1874, 1894, Twopence 1838 (9), 1846, 1848 (2), 1852, 1857, 1893, 1899 (2), 1900, Penny 1840, 1856, 1895, 1897. G-AUNC. (28 coins)

Sold For: £320.00


Lot 14: GREAT BRITAIN, MAUNDY. Fourpence 1902, 1903, 1904, 1908 (2), Twopence 1902,1904 (2), 1906, 1908, Penny 1904, 1906. AF-UNC. (12 coins)

Sold For: £190.00


Lot 15: CELTIC, IMPORTED. GALLO-BELGIC. AV STATER, C.150-50 B.C. Stylised head of Apollo, horse with chariot and rider on reverse, c. 3.7g. Some bending otherwise F. (one coin)

Sold For: £280.00


Lot 16: CELTIC, GAUL, AULERCI EBUROVICES, SILVER HALF-STATER, SECOND CENTURY B.C. Stylised head of Apollo left, horse and charioteer right with cross in front and rabbit below on reverse, c. 3.1g. GVF, a bold strike with minimal wear to highest points. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £800-1200


Lot 17: CELTIC, REGNI AND ATREBATES, COMMIUS, AV STATER, FIRST CENTURY B.C. Stylised head of Apollo right, horse right with annulets above and five spoked wheel below on reverse. c. 5.4g. GF. (one coin)

Sold For: £320.00


Lot 18: CELTIC, GALLO-BELGIC, MORINI, AV QUARTER STATER, FIRST CENTURY B.C. 'Boat' with two occupants, 'Tree' object with lines and symbols on reverse. c. 0.8g. F. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £200-300


Lot 19: CELTIC, DUROTRIGES, UNINSCRIBED. AR STATER, MID FIRST CENTURY B.C. TO MID FIRST CENTURY A.D. Derived from the Westerham Stater. Stylised Appolo head, disjointed horse with pellet below on reverse. c. 4.7g. EF, well struck. (one coin)

Sold For: £190.00


Lot 20: CELTIC, ANTED, INSCRIBED. AR UNIT, EARLY TO MID FIRST CENTURY A.D. Two crescents, horse on reverse. c. 1.2g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £65.00


Lot 21: CELTIC TRIBES OF GAUL / NORTHERN ITALY, CISALPINE GAUL. AR DRACHM, SECOND CENTURY B.C. Imitating Massalian Drachms. Artemis right, MAEEA above lion walking right on plain exerge. c. 3.4g. F. (one coin)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 22: CELTIC, EPATICCUS. AR UNIT, EARLY TO MID FIRST CENTURY A.D. Herculean bust of Epaticcus right, eagle standing on a serpent on reverse. c1.2g. VF. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £100-200


Lot 23: CELTIC, ATREBATES AND REGNI. VERICA. AR UNIT, EARLY FIRST CENTURY A.D. 'COMI • F' between crescents flanked by ringed pellets, boar below star and 'VIRI' in exergue on reverse. c. 1.1g. AF. (one coin) <br>A similar example: Dr. William F. Blank Collection. Ex Rudd 29 (1997), no. 23.

Unsold (Estimate): £100-200


Lot 24: GREEK, EPHESUS. ELECTRUM 1/12TH STATER / HEMIHECTE, C.650-600 B.C. Stag with head turned to left, square incuse punch with irregular pattern on reverse, 1.2g. GVF. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £200-400


Lot 25: GREEK, AKARNANIA, CORINTH. AR STATER, EARLY TO MID FOURTH CENTURY B.C. Pegasus flying left, head of Athena wearing a Corinthian helmet left on reverse. c. 8.4g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 26: GREEK. AR STATER, FOURTH / EARLY FIFTH CENTURY B.C. Head of Athena right, Herakles kneeling as an archer on reverse. c. 8.7g. VF, well centred. (one coin)

Sold For: £240.00


Lot 27: GREEK, LUCANIA, VELIA. AR DIDRACHM, FOURTH CENTURY B.C. Head of Athena wearing a crested attic helmet decorated with centauress left, lion standing tearing prey above 'YEAHTON'. c 7.5g. F, well centered. (one coin)

Sold For: £65.00


Lot 28: GREEK, LUCANIA, VELIA. AR DIDRACHM, FOURTH CENTURY B.C. Head of Athena wearing a crested attic helmet decorated with a wreath right, lion standing below 'YEAHTON', thyrsos in exerge. c 7.4g. AVF, well centered. (one coin)

Sold For: £160.00


Lot 29: GREEK, ALEXANDER III 'THE GREAT'. AV STATER, LATE THIRD / EARLY FOURTH CENTURY B.C. Head of Athena right wearing a crested Corinthian helmet, Nike standing left holding wreath and stylis. c. 8.4g. AF, pierced. (one coin)

Sold For: £320.00


Lot 30: GREEK, ALEXANDER III 'THE GREAT'. AR DRACHM, EARLY FOURTH CENTURY B.C. Head of Herakles right, Zeus enthroned holding eagle and sceptre on reverse. c. 4.3g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 31: GREEK, ALEXANDER III 'THE GREAT'. AR TETRADRACHM, EARLY FOURTH CENTURY B.C. Head of Herakles right, Zeus enthroned holding eagle and sceptre on reverse. c. 16.1g. AVF, struck on a broad flan. (one coin)

Sold For: £170.00


Lot 32: GREEK, PUNIC, CARTHAGE. AE 19MM, THIRD CENTURY B.C. Head of Tanit left, horses head right on reverse. c. 5.1g. AVF. (one coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 33: MYSIA, PERGAMON. AR CISTOPHORIC TETRADRACHM, EARLY SECOND CENTURY A.D. Cista mystica with serpent in wreath, two serpents entwined around bow and bowcase with monogram above on reverse. c. 12.6g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 34: NERO, 54-68 A.D. AV AUREUS. Laureate head right 'NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS' on obverse, Jupiter enthroned left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre 'IVPPITER CVSTOS' on reverse. c. 7g. F, reverse slightly weaker. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £800-1200


Lot 35: DIVA FAUSTINA, AFTER 141 A.D. AV AUREUS. Diademed, veiled and draped bust of the deified Faustina left, 'DIVA FAVSTINA' on obverse, Ceres standing left, 'AVGVSTA' on reverse. c. 7g. VF, some trace lustre mainly apparent on the obverse. (one coin)

Sold For: £3400.00


Lot 36: MARCUS AURELIUS AS CAESAR, 161-180 A.D. AV AUREUS. Bareheaded and draped bust of bearded Marcus Aurelius left, 'AVRELIVS CAESAR ANTONINI AVG PII FIL' on obverse, Clementia (Mercy) standing left, holding patera with outstretched arm and holding robe trail with left hand, 'TR POT VI COS II', 'CLEM' below Clementia on . c. 7.2g. AEF, struck in high relief in fine style, displaying lustre on parts. (one coin)

Sold For: £5800.00


Lot 37: MARCUS AURELIUS AS CAESAR, 161-180 A.D. AV AUREUS. Bareheaded and draped bust of bearded Marcus Aurelius right, 'ANTONINVS AVG ARMENIACVS' on obverse, Victory nude to the waist right holding stylus in right hand, beside a shield inscribed 'VIC AVG' in two lines, set on a palm tree, 'P M TR P XVIII IMP II COS III' on reverse. c. 7.3g. EF, struck in high relief in fine style, displaying lustre on parts. (one coin)

Sold For: £6200.00


Lot 38: AUGUSTUS, 27 B.C. - 14 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Bare head of Augustus right above 'AVGVSTVS' on obverse, Victory holding shield inscribed 'CL . V', between 'S.P. Q.R.' on reverse. c. 3.8g. AVF, a clear and attractive portrait. (one coin)

Sold For: £260.00


Lot 39: LIVIA TIBERIUS, 14-37 AD. AR DENARIUS. LUGDUNUM. 'Tribute Penny' type. Head laureate right, 'TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS', Livia enthroned right holding scepter and branch, 'PONTIF MAXIM' one reverse. c. 3.4g. AVF, porous surface but clear. (one coin)

Sold For: £190.00


Lot 40: TIBERIUS AND GERMANICUS GEMELLUS, 19-37/8, 19-23/4 A.D. AE SESTERTIUS. Struck under Tiberius, 22-23 A.D. Vertical winged caduceus between crossed cornucopias, each surmounted by a bareheaded bust of a boy on obverse, 'DRVSVS CAESAR TI AVG F DIVI AVG N PONT TR POT II' around large 'S • C' on reverse. c. 24.8g, 35mm. GF, a porous surface but with an attractive chocolate brown patina. (one coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 41: DIVUS AUGUSTUS. AE DUPONDIUS. STRUCK UNDER TIBERIUS, AD 31-37. Radiate head left, 'DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER' on obverse, altar with a closed double-panelled door, 'S C' across field, 'PROVIDENT' in exergue on reverse. AVF, light to medium brown patina, some pitting. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £80-150


Lot 42: ROMAN CIVIL WAR, GAUL. AR DENARIUS, 68-69 A.D. Uncertain mint in Gaul. Victory standing left on globe, holding wreath in right hand and palm frond in left, 'SALVS GENERIS HVMANI' on obverse, 'SPQR' within an oak wreath on reverse. c. 2g. GF, some verdigris. (one coin)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 43: TRAJAN, 98-117 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Laureate head right, 'IMP CAES NERVA TRAIAN AVG GERM' on obverse, Vesta seated left holding torch and patera, 'PONT MAX TRP OT COS II' on reverse. c. 3.3g. GVF. (one coin)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 44: GETA, 209-211 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Bare head right, 'L SEPTIMIVS GETA CAES' on obverse, implements and jug, 'SEVERI PII AVG FIL' on reverse. c. 3.4g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £40.00


Lot 45: JULIAN II, 360-363 A.D. AR SILIQUA. Draped bust right, 'FL CL IVLIANVS PP AVG' on obverse, 'VOTIS V MVLTIS X' within wreath on reverse. c. 1.9g. VF. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £80-150


Lot 46: JULIAN II, 360-363 A.D. AR SILIQUA. Draped bust right, 'DN IVLIANVS PP AVG' on obverse, 'VOTIS V MVLTIS X' within wreath, 'P.CON' below on reverse. c. 2.1g. AVF. (one coin)

Sold For: £40.00


Lot 47: VALENS 364-378 A.D. AR SILIQUA. Draped bust right, 'VALENS PF AVG' on obverse, Roma enthroned left, holding victory on a globe and resting on sceptre, 'V RBS ROMA' on reverse. c. 1.7g. VF. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £40-60


Lot 48: ANGLO-SAXON, PRIMARY SCEATTA, SERIES A 2A, C.680-C.710 A.D. Radiate bust, 'TIC' on obverse, 'TOTII' in centre on reverse. c.1.2g. AVF. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £100-200


Lot 49: ANGLO-SAXON, SECONDARY SCEATTA, SERIES K ('KENT'), TYPE 33, C.710-C.760 A.D. Diademed bust with cross before on obverse, wolf's head left on reverse. c.1g. GVF. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Lot 50: ANGLO-SAXON, KINGS OF MERCIA. OFFA, 757-796 A.D. PENNY. Portrait type, bust right, 'OFFA REX' on obverse, celtic cross with cross fleury over saltire at centre, 'PE HT VA LD' in angles ('HT' in monogram) for the moneyer Pehtwald at Canterbury mint. c.1.2g. VF, a clear well struck obverse showing a good portrait, two abrasion marks on reverse. (one coin)

Sold For: £2100.00


Lot 51: ANGLO-SAXON, AETHELRED II, 978-1016 A.D. PENNY, LONDON. Long Cross Type. Bare-headed bust left on obverse, voided long cross on reverse. c.1.4g. GVF. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £350-550


Lot 52: ANGLO-SAXON, AETHELRED II, 978-1016 A.D. PENNY, LINCOLN. Long Cross Type. Bare-headed bust left on obverse, voided long cross on reverse. c.1.7g. AVF. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £200-300


Lot 53: ANGLO-SAXON, CNUT, 1016-1035 A.D. PENNY, LONDON. Short Cross Type. Bust left on obverse, short cross on reverse. c.1.1g. EF, well struck in full circle. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £300-400


Lot 54: ANGLO-SAXON, EDWARD THE CONFESSOR, 1042-66 A.D. PENNY. Small Cross Type. Crowned facing bust on obverse, cross pattée within inner circle on reverse. c.0.8g. AVF. (one coin)

Sold For: £240.00


Lot 55: NORMAN, WILLIAM I, 1066-87 A.D. PENNY, WINCHESTER. Canopy type. Crowned facing bust under canopy on obverse, quadrilateral with incurved sides, annulet at centre and fleurs on tips on reverse. c.1.3g. AEF, a clear central strike. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £1500-2000


Lot 56: NORMAN, STEPHEN, 1135-54 A.D. PENNY. Watford type. Bust right holding sceptre on obverse, cross moline with fleur in each angle on reverse. c.1.5g. AF, legend weekly struck. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £300-500


Lot 57: NORMAN, STEPHEN, 1135-54 A.D. PENNY. IRREGULAR ISSUE. SOUTHAMPTON. Southern variant, Watford type. Bust right holding sceptre on obverse, cross moline with fleur in each angle on reverse. c. 0.9g. AVF, obverse off centre, but a clear portrait. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £1000-1500


Lot 58: PLANTAGENET KINGS, HENRY II, 1154-1189 A.D. TEALBY COINAGE. PENNY. Class A, facing bust holding sceptre on obverse, cross with crosslets in angles on reverse. c. 1.4g. F, legend weekly struck. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £300-400


Lot 59: RICHARD III, 1483-85. HALFPENNY, LONDON. Crowned facing bust, 'RICARD DI GRA (REX)' on obverse, long cross with three pellets in each angle, 'CIVI TAS LON DON' on reverse, mm. boar's head. c. 3.5g. AVF, a good bust with sharp crown, King's name and mintmark clear, a clear cross on reverse, one ragged edge. (one coin)

Sold For: £600.00


Lot 60: HENRY VII, 1485-1509. AV ANGEL, LONDON. Angel standing with one foot on dragon on obverse, ship on reverse. Type IV, mm. greyhounds. Neither obv or rev die present in Schneider. c. 5.1g. AVF, a nice central strike. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £1200-1800


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Lot 1
A collection of golf clubs

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 2
A 19th century stoneware 'Harvesting' jug and another similar

Estimate: £10-20


Lot 3
A mahogany and mother-of-pearl inlaid mantel clock and a pair of similar candlesticks

Estimate: £40-60


Lot 4
A pair of royal blue cloisonne vases and a similar bowl

Estimate: £20-40

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