10th March 2016

Coins, Militaria and Ephemera 10th March 2016

Page: 1 of 15. Lots: 1 to 60

Sale Catalogue: Page 1



Lot 1: ROMAN REPUBLIC, ANONYMOUS. AR VICTORIATUS, c.208-211 B.C. Head of Jove right, Victory standing right, crowning trophy on reverse. c.2.9g. VF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £30.00


Lot 2: ROMAN REPUBLIC. AR DENARIUS, OBVERSE BROCKAGE, c. Claudius Pulcher, 110-109 B.C. Helmeted head of Roma right. c.4g. VF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 3: ROMAN REPUBLIC, JUNIUS SILANUS, 145 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Helmeted head of Roma right, 'X' below, ass's head left, the Dioscuri riding right on reverse, 'M.IVNI' below horses, 'ROMA' in exerge. c.3.6g. EF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 4: ROMAN REPUBLIC. FABIUS LABEO, 124 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Helmeted head of Roma right between 'ROMA' 'LABEO', 'X' below, Jupiter in quadriga holding sceptre, reins and thunderbolt above rostrum on reverse, 'Q FABI' in exerge. c.3.9g. AEF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 5: ROMAN REPUBLIC. LUCIUS THORIUS BALBUS, 105 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Head of Juno Sospita facing right, wearing a goatskin, 'I S M R' behind, bull charging right, 'L THORIVS / BALBVS' below, control-mark G above, struck on large flan. c.3.9g, toned. EF. (one coin)

Sold For: £60.00


Lot 6: ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. FABIUS C.F. HADRIANUS, 102 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Veiled and turreted bust of Cybele right, 'K' behind, Victory in biga right above 'C FABI CF', stork before horses on reverse. c.3.8g. FV, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 7: ROMAN REPUBLIC. L. JULIUS, 100-97 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Helmeted head of Roma right, corn ear behind, Victory in biga holding reins above 'L.IVLI' on reverse. c. 3.8g. GVF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 8: ROMAN REPUBLIC. TITIUS, 90 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Head of Liberty wearing ivy wreath right, Pegasus above 'Q.TITI' on reverse. c.4g. EF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 9: ROMAN REPUBLIC. TITIUS, 90 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Head of Mutinus Titinus wearing winged diadem right, Pegasus flying above 'Q.TITI' on reverse. c.3.4g. GVF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £60.00


Lot 10: ROMAN REPUBLIC. SABINUS TITURIUS, 89 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Head of King Tatius right between 'SABIN' 'TA', Rape of the Sabine women with 'L.TITVRI' in exerge on reverse. c.3.9g. GVF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 11: ROMAN REPUBLIC. MANIUS FONTEIUS, 85 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Laureate head of Apollo right, Cupid on goat above thyrsus in exerge, within a wreath on reverse. c.3.8g. GF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £40.00


Lot 12: ROMAN REPUBLIC. PROCILIUS, 80 B.C. AR SERRATE DENARIUS. Bust of Juno Sospita wearing goat skin right, 'S.C' behind, Juno Sospita riding biga, holding spear and shield with serpent below, 'L PROCILLI F' in exergue on reverse. c.3.9g. GVF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £60.00


Lot 13: ROMAN REPUBLIC. FARSULEIUS MENSOR, 75 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Diademed bust of Liberty between 'S.C', Pileus and 'MENSOR' right, warrior holding spear assisting togate figure into biga, 'CVII' below, 'L.FARSVLEI' in exerge on reverse. c.3.9g. GVF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 14: ROMAN REPUBLIC. GALBA, 69 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Head of Vesta wearing veil right with 'S.C' behind, knife, culullus and axe between 'AE' 'CVR' with 'P GALB' in exerge on reverse. c.3.9g. AEF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 15: ROMAN REPUBLIC. HOSIDIUS GETA, 68 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Bust of Diana between 'IIIVIR' and 'GETA' right, boar wounded by spear and chased by dogs above 'C HOSIDI CF' on reverse. c.3.9g. AEF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 16: ROMAN REPUBLIC. FURIUS BROCCHUS, 63 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Bust of Ceres between wheat-ear, barley corn and 'III VIR BROCCHI' right, curule chair between fasces above 'L FVRI C N F' on reverse. c.4g. VF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £55.00


Lot 17: ROMAN REPUBLIC. ROSCIUS FABATUS, 59 B.C. AR SERRATE DENARIUS. Head of Juno Sospita wearing goat-skin headdress with shield behind, above 'L ROSCI', female standing with a serpent, control symbol to left, 'FABATI' in exergue on reverse. c.4g. EF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 18: ROMAN REPUBLIC. JULIUS CAESAR. AR DENARIUS, 49-48 B.C. Military mint travelling with Caesar. Elephant advancing right, trampling on serpent, 'CAESAR' in exerge, emblems of the pontificate, simpulum, aspergillum, securis surmounted by wolf's head, and apex on reverse. c.4.1g. VF, obverse particularly well struck and centered, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £500.00


Lot 19: ROMAN REPUBLIC. JULIUS CAESAR. AR DENARIUS, 48-47 B.C. Travelling military mint. Female head wearing wreath and diadem, mark of value behind 'IIT', Trophy of Gallic arms with an axe surmounted by an animal's head to right with 'CAESAR' below on reverse. c.3.7g. VF, two 'star' chop marks on obverse, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £340.00


Lot 20: ROMAN REPUBLIC. JULIUS CAESAR. AR DENARIUS, 47 B.C. Diademed bust of Venus right, Aeneas carrying palladium in right hand and Anchises on left shoulder with 'CAESAR' to right on reverse. c.3.8g. GVF, reverse particularly well struck and centred, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £360.00


Lot 21: ROMAN REPUBLIC. VIBIUS PANSA, 48 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Head of bearded Pansa right, Jupiter seated left, holding staff and patera on reverse. c.3.9g. VF, obverse particularly well struck, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £140.00


Lot 22: ROMAN REPUBLIC. CONTEMPORY IMITATION AR DENARIUS. Junius Brutus and Servilius Casca Longus. Military mint traveling with Brutus and Cassius in Western Asia Minor, 42 BC. Laureate head of Neptune with trident below, 'CASCA LONGVS' each side, Victory walking right on broken sceptre, holding broken diadem and palm-branch over shoulder on reverse. c.2.8g. AVF, some flaking and corrosion to base metal core, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 23: ROMAN REPUBLIC. CAECILIUS METELLUS SCIPIO AND EPPIUS, 47-46 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Military travelling mint in Africa. Head of Africa wearing elephant's skin between '[S]CIPIO IMP' and corn ear, Hercules standing and resting arm on club between 'EPPIVS' 'LEG. F. C' on reverse. c.3.9g. GVF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 24: ROMAN EMPIRE. AUGUSTUS, 27 B.C. - 14 A.D. CONTEMPORY IMITATION DENARIUS. Laureate head right 'CAESAR AVG[VSVS] DIVI F PATER PATRIAE', Gaius and Lucius Caesar, togate, standing facing, each with a shield and spear, simpulum and lituus above, 'C L CAESARES' in exergue on reverse. c.3g. GF, some corrosion to base metal core, toned. (one coin)

Unsold (Estimate): £50-100


Lot 25: ROMAN EMPIRE. DOMITIAN, UNDER TITUS. AR DENARIUS, 80 A.D. Laureate head right, garlanded alter alight on reverse. c.3.2g. VF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 26: ROMAN EMPIRE. NERVA, 96-98 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Laureate head right, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia. c.3.2g. AVF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £60.00


Lot 27: ROMAN EMPIRE. JULIA DOMNA, 170-217 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Draped bust right, Venus seated left, raising hand and holding sceptre. c.2.5g. GF, obverse stronger, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £30.00


Lot 28: ROMAN EMPIRE. CARACALLA, 198-217 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Laureate head right, emperor on horseback pacing right, holding spear, barbarian kneeling right before horse on reverse. c.4g. VF, toned. (one coin)

Sold For: £40.00


Lot 29: ROMAN REPUBLIC. PROCILIUS, 80 B.C. AR DENARIUS. c. 3.9g. Ex-mount, otherwise VF. Rubrius Dossenus, 87 B.C. AR Denarius. c.3.7g. AF. Vibius Pansa, 90 B.C. AR Denarius. c.3.8g. AVF. (3 coins)

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 30: ROMAN REPUBLIC. FLAMINIUS, 109-08 B.C. AR DENARIUS. c.3.8g. AVF. Sergius Silus, 116-115 B.C. AR Denarius. c.3.9g. VF. Fannius, 123 B.C. AR Denarius. c.3.8g. VF. (3 coins)

Sold For: £90.00


Lot 31: ROMAN REPUBLIC. FABIUS LABEO, 124 B.C. AR DENARIUS. c.3.9g. VF. Fabius Pictor, 123 B.C. AR Denarius. c.3.8g. VF. Vargunteius, 130 B.C. AR Denarius. c.3.8g. VF. (3 coins)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 32: ROMAN REPUBLIC. RENIUS, 138 B.C. AR DENARIUS. c.3.3g. AVF. Terentius Lucanus, 147 B.C. AR Denarius. c.3.8g. AVF. Junius, 149 B.C. AR Denarius, possibly a contemporary imitation. c.2.9g. AVF. Scribonius, 154 B.C. AR Denarius. c.3.6g. AVF. (4 coins)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 33: ROMAN REPUBLIC. SATRIENUS, 77 B.C. AR DENARIUS. c.3.5g. Two deep chop marks on reverse, otherwise VF. And a collection of other 1st-2nd century AR denominations. (9 coins)

Sold For: £200.00


Lot 34: ROMAN REPUBLIC. TITIUS, 90 B.C. AR QUINARIUS. c.1.8g. AVF. Sabinus, 99 B.C. AR Quinarius. c.2g. GF. (2 coins)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 35: ROMAN EMPIRE. VESPASIAN, 69-79 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Various reverse types. (8 coins)

Sold For: £170.00


Lot 36: ROMAN EMPIRE. TRAJAN, 98-117 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Various reverse types. (8 coins)

Sold For: £110.00


Lot 37: ROMAN EMPIRE. HADRIAN, 117-138 A.D. AR DENARIUS. Various reverse types. (3 coins)

Sold For: £60.00


Lot 38: ROMAN EMPIRE. JULIA AUGUSTA DOMNA, 170-217 A.D. AR DENARIUS. And other various AR Denarius. (6 coins)

Sold For: £70.00


Lot 39: ROMAN EMPIRE. DOMITIAN, 81-96 A.D. AR DENARIUS. And other various AR Denarius. (4 coins)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 40: ROMAN EMPIRE. ANTONINUS PIUS, 138-161 A.D. AR DENARIUS. And other various AR Denarius. (23 coins)

Sold For: £260.00


Lot 41: ROMAN EMPIRE. VESPASIAN, 69-79 A.D. AE DUPONDIUS. Radiate head right, Victory standing between 'S' 'C' on reverse. c.12.2g. GF. And a Nero AE As. c.10.6g. (2 coins)

Sold For: £50.00


Lot 42: ROMAN EMPIRE. TRAJAN, 98-117 A.D. AE SESTERTIUS. A collection of various AE and AR denominations, and two old collector's labels.

Sold For: £60.00


Lot 43: HENRY VIII, 1509-47. GROAT. Second Coinage, 1526-44. Laker bust, mm. pheon. With old collection label. Henry VIII, Groat, Third Coinage, 1544-7. Facing bust. Mary, 1553--4. Groat, mm. pomegranate. (3 coins)

Sold For: £120.00


Lot 44: HENRY VII, 1485-1509. 'SOVEREIGN' TYPE PENNY. And a collection of medieval silver denominations, with an old collection label.

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 45: ELIZABETH I, 1558-1603. SHILLING. Second issue, 1560-1. Sixpences, 1561, 1562, 1569, 1573, 1579, and other 16th-17th century silver denominations.

Sold For: £220.00


Lot 46: CELTIC, GAUL, AULERCI EBUROVICES. ELECTRUM 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): £500-1000


Lot 47: CELTIC, DUROTRIGES, UNINSCRIBED. BILLON STATER, MID FIRST CENTURY B.C. TO MID FIRST CENTURY A.D. Derived from the Westerham Stater. c.3.8g. AVF. (one coin)

Sold For: £80.00


Lot 48: CELTIC, DUROTRIGES, UNINSCRIBED. BILLON STATER, MID FIRST CENTURY B.C. TO MID FIRST CENTURY A.D. Derived from the Westerham Stater. c.4.3g. AF. (one coin)

Sold For: £40.00


Lot 49: ROMAN REPUBLIC. L. AEMILIUS LEPIDUS PAULLUS, 62 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Veiled and diademed head of Concord right, 'PAVLLVS LEPIDVS CONCORDIA' around, Aemilius Paullus erecting trophy before three captives, King Perseus of Macedon and his two sons, 'PAVLLVS' in exerge. Commemorating Paullus` victory at Pydna in 168 BC. c.3.9g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £65.00


Lot 50: ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. FONTEIUS, 114-113 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Janiform of Dioscuri, 'S' to left, mark of value to right, Galley with pilot and three rowers left, 'C FONT' above, 'ROMA' below. c.4g. GVF, strong details throughout. (one coin)

Sold For: £300.00


Lot 51: ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. SERVILIUS, 136 B.C. AR DENARIUS. Helmeted head of Roma right, wreath and 'ROMA' around, The Dioscuri riding apart and 'SERVEILI M F' in exerge. c.3.9g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £65.00


Lot 52: ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. LUCILIUS RUFUS, 101 B.C. AR DENARIUS. And a collection of other First Period AR Denarius. (10 coins)

Sold For: £320.00


Lot 53: JULIAN II, 360-63 A.D. AR SILIQUA. Draped bust right, 'VOTIS V MVLTIS X' within wreath on reverse. c.1.9g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £35.00


Lot 54: DIVUS AUGUSTUS. AE DUPONDIUS. STRUCK UNDER TIBERIUS, AD 31-37. Radiate head left on obverse, altar with a closed double-panelled door, 'S C' across field, 'PROVIDENT' in exergue on reverse. AVF, some pitting. (one coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 55: GREEK, EGYPT. PTOLEMY IV PHILOPATOR I, 201-204 B.C. AE32. Alexandria mint, head of Zeus Ammon right, eagle standing left on thunderbolt, cornucopia to left, monogram between legs. c.38.3g. GVF. (one coin)

Sold For: £100.00


Lot 56: 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)

Sold For: £45.00


Lot 57: 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): £200-300


Lot 58: 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)

Sold For: £150.00


Lot 59: 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): £600-1000


Lot 60: HENRY VIII, 1509-1547. HALFGROAT, LONDON TYPE, 1526-44. Bust right, shield on reverse, mm. lis. c.1.1g. VF. (one coin)

Sold For: £150.00


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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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