The Numismatic Collector's Series Sale at NYINC

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The Numismatic Collector's Series Sale at NYINC

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Spink London

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Sunday 16th January 2022 - 02:00pm  

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Thursday 13 January 2022 at 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
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NGC PF66 | George V (1910-1936), 'VIP' Proof 'Wreath' Crown, 1934, by Bertram Mackennal and Kruger Gray, bare head left, rev. crown and value in wreath adorned with national floral emblems, edge milled, 28.20g, 12h (L&S 43; Bull 3648 [R6]; ESC 374A; Spink 4036), the much-lauded key date of series with a reported 'currency' striking of only 932 pieces, this presentation 'VIP proof therefore of the highest rarity and in almost matchless preservation, a deft mark on cheekbone, otherwise brilliant uncirculated, in NGC holder, deservedly graded PF66 (Cert. 6295112-002) [1 of 2 / 1 Finer]Subject to...

NGC PF67 | George V (1910-1936), 'VIP' Proof Halfcrown, 1934, by Bertram Mackennal and Kruger Gray, bare head left, rev. ornamental Royal shield dividing cyphers, edge milled, 14.16g, 12h (Bull 3748; ESC 784A; Spink 4037), an electrifying and faultless proof of record, handsomely cabinet toned overlying brilliant fields, FDC and extremely rare, in NGC holder, deservedly graded PF67 (Cert. 6295112-003) [Top Pop]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF67 | George V (1910-1936), 'VIP' Proof Shilling, 1934, by Bertram Mackennal and Kruger Gray, bare head left, rev. Lion atop Crown, edge milled, 5.68g, 12h (Bull 3848 [R4]; ESC 1447A; Spink 4039), splendidly choice, a truly wondrous proof of record, accordingly FDC, and of the highest rarity, in NGC holder, deservedly graded PF67 (Cert. 6295112-006) [Top Pop]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF66 | George V (1910-1936), 'VIP' Proof Sixpence, 1934, by Bertram Mackennal and Kruger Gray, bare head left, rev. oak leaves and acorns, edge milled, 2.83g, 12h (Bull 3915 [R6]; ESC 1823A; Spink 4041), a sumptuous proof of record, a small staining spot behind head, otherwise handsomely cabinet toned and brilliant, choice as struck, and of the highest rarity, in NGC holder, deservedly graded PF66 (Cert. 6295112-005) [Top Pop]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF66+ | George V (1910-1936), 'VIP' Proof Threepence, 1934, by Bertram Mackennal and Kruger Gray, bare head left, rev. oak leaves and acorns, edge milled, 1.39g, 12h (Bull 3958 [R6]; ESC 2147A; Spink 4042), beautifully toned, choice FDC, and of the highest rarity, in NGC holder, deservedly graded PF66+ (Cert. 6295112-006) [Top Pop]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS65-MS67+ | George V (1910-1936), Proof Maundy Set, 1934 (4), Fourpence to Penny (Bull 3995; ESC 2551; Spink 4043), a variably toned set, the Penny quite brilliant, the rest of a dull finish, extremely fine to as struck, in NGC holders, graded MS65, MS66, MS66, MS67+ (Certs. 6295112-007, 008, 009, 010) [3 of 4 Top Pop or Single Finest Certified] (4)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF63 | George V (1910-1936), Fourth Coinage, Proof Crown, 1935, bare head left, rev. St George and Dragon, raised edge lettering DECUS ET TUTAMEN. ANNO REGNI XXV., 28.40g, 12h (Spink 4050), a handful of hairline marks, otherwise lightly toned with brilliant fields, practically as struck, in NGC holder, graded PF63 (Cert. #6295131-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF67 ULTRA CAMEO | Edward VIII (1936), Fantasy Proof Crown, '1937', by Pinches for Hearn, c. 1955, edge milled, 31.16g, 12h (cf. ESC pp. 582 unlisted in silver [391D]), light handling marks behind head, otherwise brilliant and much as struck, extremely rare of this date, in NGC 'Francis' holder, graded PF67 ULTRA CAMEO (Cert. #5878643-005)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC PF64 | George VI (1936-1952), Proof Two-Pounds, 1937, bare head left, rev. St George and Dragon, edge plain, 12h, 16.04g (Spink 4075), some light hairlines, otherwise brilliant, good extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded PF64 (Cert. #6295136-002)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC PF66 CAMEO | George VI (1936-1952), Coronation Proof Sovereign, 1937, bare head left, rev. St George and Dragon, edge plain, 7.98g, 12h (Stratos = Gemini 276; W&R 439; Spink 4076), some fingermarks, otherwise brilliant, virtually as struck and ever sought after, in NGC holder, remarkably graded PF66 CAMEO (Cert. 6295111-009)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) PCGS PR64 CAM | George VI (1936-1952), Proof Sovereign, 1937, bare head left, rev. St George and Dragon, edge plain, 7.98g, 12h (Stratos = Gemini 276; W&R 439; Spink 4076), brilliant uncirculated, in PCGS holder, graded PR64 CAM (Cert. #32210685)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) PCGS PR64 CAM | George VI (1936-1952), Proof Half-Sovereign, 1937, bare head left, rev. St George and Dragon, edge plain, 3.99g, 11h (Stratos 70; W&R 442; Schneider II, 673; Spink 4077), toning spot by ear, otherwise brilliant and handsomely cameo, much as struck, in PCGS holder, graded PR64 CAM (Cert. #80058610)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC PF64 CAMEO | George VI (1936-1952), Proof Half Sovereign, 1937, by Paget and Pistrucci, bare head left, rev. St George and Dragon, edge plain, 4.00g, 12h (W&R 442; Schneider II, 673; Spink 4077), brilliant, practically as struck, in NGC holder, graded, PF64 CAMEO (Cert. 5879377-012)ProvenanceQuinn, Spink 'Stratos Sale', 15 September 2020, lot 70UBS (Geneva), 18 March 1991 - CHF450Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) George VI (1936-1952), Proof Half-Sovereign, 1937, bare head left, rev. St George and Dragon, edge plain, 12h, 4.01g (Stratos 70; W&R 442; Schneider II, 673; Spink 4077), faint cabinet friction and speckled marks in brilliant fields, good extremely fineSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Indonesia, Maluku Islands (Moluccas), temp. Napoleonic Wars: The Invasion of the Spice Islands and Seizure of Dutch Colonies by British Forces (February - August 1810), Commemoration of the Capture of Banda and the Siege of Fort Belgica, 9 August 1810, privately engraven on a Spanish 8-Reales, the security edge all that remains of the undertype, 22,19g, 12h, Banda Taken Augt 9th 1810, FORT[E] BELGICA surrounding a depiction of the and the raised Union Flag, rev. BY H. M. SHIPS CAROLINE PIEMOTAISE [sic] AND BARRACOUTA '", the two frigates Caroline and Piémontaise, and brig-sloop Barracouta ente...

THE REMARKABLE PERSONAL ROYAL PRESENTATION GOLD MEDAL TO EDWARD FLETCHER Esq. | Victoria, 'The Sea Gallantry' (Board of Trade Foreign Services) Specimen Gold Medal, 1866, by W Wyon after B Pistrucci, VICTORIA D: G: BRITANNIARUM REGINA F: D:, crowned bust left, rev. VICTORIA REGINA CUDI JUSSIT MDCCCXLI in four lines in crowned wreath, edge plain, but 'PRESENTED BY HM the QUEEN TO E W D FLETCHER Esq. MDCCCLXVI engraved on detachable brass lunette, 46mm., 64.87g [AGW], 12h // 5.94g [Frame] (Boddington, OMSA, 'The Sea Gallantry Medal (Foreign Services) of the Board of Trade of Great Britain' [1972...

THE REMARKABLE PERSONAL ROYAL PRESENTATION SILVER MEDAL TO EDWARD FLETCHER Esq. | Prince Albert, Upon his Elevation to Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, 1847, by G G Adams for Hunt and Roskill, ALBERTUS PRINCEPS, bare head left, rev. seven lines of latin text, privately engraved on edge in Roman and Gothic script: PRESENTED BY HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN TO E W D FLETCHER ESQ OF LIVERPOOL XXIV OCT MDCCCLXVI, 81.06g, 12h (Eimer 1417), heavily polished with resultant marks in fields, otherwise residually lustrous, a bolder very fine, an important Royal Presentation evidently gifted to the rec...

(x) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Austrian Netherlands, United States of Belgium, 'Insurrection Coinage against Joseph II', Lion d'Or of 14-Florins, 1790, Brussels, DOMINI EST REGNVM, Lion roaring right, holding sword and shield inscribed LI-BER-TAS, rev. ET IPSE DOMINABITVR GENTIVM, radiant sun surrounded by the shields of the eleven provinces, edge obliquely milled, 8.31g, 6h (Vanhoudt 869; Vanhoudt/Saunders 251; Delm. 221; Fb. 402), superficial cabinet marks, otherwise lustrous, good extremely fine, very rare, especially in this condition, with only 3,805 st...

(x) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Austrian Netherlands, United States of Belgium, 'Insurrection Coinage against Joseph II', Lion d'argent of 3-Florins, 1790, Brussels, DOMINI EST REGNVM, Lion roaring right, holding sword and shield inscribed LI-BER-TAS, rev. ET IPSE DOMINABITVR GENTIVM, radiant sun surrounded by the shields of the eleven provinces, raised edge lettering, 32.79g, 6h (De Witte 1156; Del. 395; Dav. 1285; KM 50), light tone overlying lustrous surfaces, almost extremely fine, rareProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins...

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865), Proof 40-Francs, 1835, Brussels, by Joseph-Pierre Braemt, laureate head right, rev. value and date in wreath, italic incuse edge lettering, 12.91g, 6h (Morin 154; Schlum. 2; BFM 179; KM B23.1; Fb. 403; Dupriez 108), toning spots in otherwise brilliant fields, some friction to highest points, otherwise good extremely fine, extremely rareProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions...

The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865), Proof 20-Francs, 1835, Brussels, by Joseph-Pierre Braemt, laureate head right, rev. value and date in wreath, italic incuse edge lettering, 6.46g, 6h (BFM 152; KM A23.1; Fb. 404; Dupriez 112), toning spots in otherwise brilliant but somewhat hazy fields, some friction to highest points, otherwise extremely fine, extremely rareProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865), 25-Francs, 1848, Brussels, by L Wiener, LEOPOLD PREMIER ROI DES BELGES, smaller bare head right, signature with point, rev. L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE, crowned garnished shield, edge milled, 7.91g, 6h (KM 13.1; Fb. 405; Schlum. 12; BFM 177; Dupriez 372), small die breaks and the obverse somewhat bright, otherwise lustrous, the reverse better, rareProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condi...

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865), 25-Francs, 1850, Brussels, by L Wiener, LEOPOLD PREMIER ROI DES BELGES, larger bare head right, rev. L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE, crowned garnished shield, edge milled, 7.92g, 6h (Morin 3; KM 13.3; Fb. 407 [4]; Schlum. 12; BFM 178; Dupriez 454), handsome reddish tone overlying lustrous original fields, subtle rub to highest points, otherwise a pleasingly good extremely fine, rare, especially in this excellent state of preservationProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSub...

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865), 10-Francs, 1849, Brussels, by L Wiener, LEOPOLD PREMIER ROI DES BELGES, larger bare head right, rev. L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE, crowned garnished shield, edge milled, 3.16g, 5h (Morin 4; KM 18; Fb. 408; Schlum. 13; BFM 143; Dupriez 403), some die flawing, lustrous and lightly toned, good extremely fine, rare, with only 37,188 pieces reportedly struck, and most famously recalled from circulationProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium....

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865), Commemorative Module Proof 100 Francs, 1853, Brussels, by L Wiener, On the Marriage of the Duke of Brabant to Marie Henriette of Austria, LEOPOLD PREMIER ROI DES BELGES, bare head left, rev. conjoined bare heads right, raised edge lettering downwards, 32.30g, 6h (KM X3.1; Dupriez 538; Morin M1; Eeckh. 3; Fb. 409 [6]), light handling marks, in otherwise brilliant fields, a pleasing extremely fine, rare, with only 482 reportedly pieces struckProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgi...

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Leopold I (1831-1865), 20-Francs, 1865 (2), Position A, L . WIENER, edge lettered upwards, 6.45g, 6h; another, Position B, L WIENER, no stop, edge lettered downwards, 6.42g, 6h (KM 23; Morin 6; BFM 153), both residually lustrous, good very fine to extremely fine (2)ProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Leopold II (1865-1909), 20-Francs (3), 1869, sharp cut beard, letters upwards, 6.43g, 5h (KM 32); another, 1876, letters upwards, Position B, 6.42g, 5h (KM 37); lastly, 1882, letters downwards, 6.46g, 6h, the first good very fine, the second almost extremely fine and very rare, the last choice and much as struck (3)ProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Albert I (1909-1934), 20-Francs, 1914 (2), French Titles, letters upwards, 6.45g, 6h (Dupriez 1976); another, Flemish Titles, letters upwards, 6.49g, 7h (Dupriez 1981), both lustrous and choice, much as issued (2)ProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Baldwin I (1951-1993), 1,000th Anniversary of Coinage at the Brussels Mint, Gold Medal, 1965, bare head left, rev. a denier of Hendrik I van Leuven, edge plain, 10.05g, 12h (Morin M14), light handling marks, otherwise brilliant uncirculatedProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold Coins | Belgium, Baldwin I (1951-1993), Module 20-Francs, 1976, Silver Jubilee of Coronation (2), Belgian Titles, 6.47g, 6h; another, Latin titles, 6.46g, 6h, the first with a scrape to rim, otherwise both brilliant uncirculated (2)ProvenanceThe Jean-Marie Vanmeerbeeck Collection of Belgian Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC XF Details | Ireland, Kilkenny, Castlecomer Colliery, Anne, Dowager Countess of Ormonde's Money, Countermark 5 Shillings and Fivepence, c. 1815, over a Charles IV, 8 Réales, 1792 IJ, Lima, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, oval countermark inscribed PAYABLE AT CASTLE COMER COLLIERY on face, rev. crowned shield flanked by pillars, incused security edge, 11h (cf. Manville 108 unlisted; Whetmore, 1962 -; W A Seaby, BNJ [1965], this coin not listed), a small dig before face, otherwise the undertype good fine and lightly toned, the overstamp good very fine, unknown to Whetmore, Seaby a...

NGC UNC Details | Irish Free State, Halfcrown, 1943, EIRE - 1943, Harp of Erin, rev. horse left, value below, edge milled, 12h (Spink 6633; DF 708; KM 16), an unfortunate pin scratch by date, otherwise lustrously choice, much as issued, the key date of issue, extremely rare thus, in NGC holder, very harshly graded UNC Details ~ Obverse Scratched (Cert. #6135229-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Mysia, Parium (4th Century BC), AM Hemidrachm, Gorgoneion facing, rev. bull standing left, head back-turned, 2.41g, 6h (SNG von Aulock 7426), small flan split and slightly off-struck, otherwise lightly toned, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, March 1973 - £25Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Attica, Athens (454-404 BC), AR Tetradrachm, helmeted head of Athena right, with archaic features, rev. Owl, olive sprig and AOE in incuse square, 17.15g, 10h (Kroll 8; Dewing 1591-98; SNG Copenhagen 31; HGC 4, 1597), an irregular elliptical flan with peripheral striking splits, otherwise a majestic striking of excellent silver, sumptuously uniform and bold on high points, a highly pleasing good extremely fine, rare in this exemplary conditionProvenanceCNG-Seaby, by private treaty, 2 June 1998 - $2,500Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions...

Attica, Athens (454-404 BC), AR Tetradrachm, helmeted head of Athena right, rev. owl standing to right with head facing, olive sprig and crescent behind, Owl standing to right with head facing, olive sprig and crescent behind, ATE before; all within incuse square, 17.20g (SNG Cop. 31), a lovely gunmetal grey, with light scuffs and light wear, the planchet too small for the obverse design as normal but well-centered on both sides, very fine but displays betterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Sicily, Syracuse, Second Democracy (466-405 BC), AR Tetradrachm, c. 415-405 BC, signed by Euainetos and Eumenos, Charioteer driving quadriga right, holding kentron and reins, Nike flying above left, holding wreath and tablet inscribed EYAIN/[ETO] in two lines, two facing dolphins in exergue, rev. SURA-KOS[IWN], head of Arethusa left, surrounded by dolphins; [EVMENOV] under truncation of neck, 17.36g, 8h (Tudeer 43, dies V14/R25; SNG ANS 270 same dies; SNG Copenhagen -; SNG Lloyd 1380 same dies; SNG Lockett 967 same dies; Dewing 845 same dies), small striking split at 11 o'clock and rub to high...

Sicily, Syracuse, Second Democracy (466-405 BC), AR Drachm, c. 410-405 BC, reverse die signed by Eumenes, Leukaspis as a warrior walking right, holding shield and sword, rev. head of Arethusa right, dolphins around swimming clockwise, EYMENOY below bust, 4.05g, 4h (SNG ANS 304 same dies; Jameson 798 this coin), striking splits and surface scratches, otherwise toned, good fine, extremely rareProvenanceJames Fox, CNG-NAC Sale 40, 4 December 1996, lot 873 - $825Frédéric Robert Jameson (1861-1942), collection bought en bloc by Jacob HirschThis coin published in Monnaies Grecques Antiques, Paris, 1...

Sicily, Syracuse, Dionysos I (406-367 BC), AR Tetradrachm, c. 405-400 BC, signed by Eukleidas, bust of Arethusa left, surrounded by dolphins, [SURAKOSION] above head, signature [EVK^EI] below truncation in tablet, rev. Charioteer driving quadriga left, large dolphin in exergue, 16.98g, 3h (Franke-Hirmer pl. 45, 124 same dies; Fischer-Bossert 88v same dies; SNG ANS 295; Tudeer 88; Rizzo pl. XLVIII, 14 same dies; Jameson 807 these dies; McClean 2719, [Pl. 98, no. 8], same dies; Dewing 855 same obverse die), slightly waterworn, but largely centred and lightly toned, good very fine, very rareProve...

Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), AR Tetradrachm, 354-348 BC, Pella, laureate and bearded head of Zeus right, rev. horse and rider right, holding palm branch, starburst between hooves, 2h a small edge chip on an irregular flan, traces of die cudding to reverse field, otherwise of superb fabric, beautifully centred and uniformly struck up, the fields accentuated by bluish tone, almost extremely fine / good very fine, scarce in this conditionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC Choice VF 'Die Shift' | Strike 3/5, Surface 2/5 | Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), AV Stater, laureate head right, rev. Charioteer driving biga right, holding kentron, 8.46g, 6h, slightly doubled, otherwise lustrous, very fine, in NGC 'Ancients' holder, graded Choice VF (Strike 3/5, Surface 2/5) [Cert. #6296648-001]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), 'Posthumous' AV Stater, c. 323-317 BC, Abydos, under Leonnatos, Arrhidaios, or Antigonos I Monophthalmos, laureate head right, rev. charioteer and biga right, monogram before fore-hoof, PHILIPPOI in exergue, 8.48g, 9h (cf. SNG ANS 266-300; cf. Thompson [Philip], 25), nick to rim at reverse 12 o'clock and other scuffing besides suggestive of past mounting, otherwise rubbed, a bolder fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Macedon, Antigonos I Monophthalmos, Strategos or King of Asia (319-305 BC), AR Drachm, Magnesia ad Maeandrum, in the name and types of Alexander III, head of Herakles to right, wearing lion skin headdress, rev. Zeus Aëtophoros seated to left, holding sceptre, monogram in left field, monogram beneath throne, 4.03g, 11h (Price 1970; Müller 793), lightly toned, good very fineProvenanceSpink, March 1970 - £14.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC Choice XF | Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5 | Ptolemy II Philadelphos (285/84 - 246 BC), AV Octodrachm, 289-272 BC, Alexandria, jugate busts of Ptolemy II and Arsinoe II, right, rev. jugate busts of Ptolemy I and Berenice I right, 27.82g, 12h (Svoronos 603; SNG Copenhagen 132; CPE 313), some die rub to high points, otherwise lustrous and largely centred, a most pleasing very fine, in NGC 'Ancients' holder, graded Choice XF (Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5) [Cert. #6296642-001]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ptolemy II Philadelphos (285/84-246), AV Pentadrachm or Trichryson (Triple-Stater), c. 275-274 BC, Phoenicia (Tyre), diademed head of Ptolemy Soter right, aegis tied around neck, rev. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, H above club in left field, 17.72g (Svoronos 636; CPE 555), small striking splits and an insignificant area of roughness on reverse field, otherwise lustrous and well-centred, a handsome Greek gold multiple, about extremely fine, rareProvenanceNAC 77, 26 May 2014, lot 128 - CHF12,000CNG-NAC, Triton I, 2 December 1997, lot 626 - $5,500Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For m...

(x) Carthage, Zeugitania (310-270 BC), Electrum Stater, head of Tanit left, rev. horse standing right, ground line below, 7.66g, 12h (Jenkins & Lewis Group V, 280-297; SNG Copenhagen 975), nicks to rim, otherwise rubbed and scuffed, almost very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 1973 - £160 [with Inventory no. 730630]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Calabria, Tarentum, temp. Punic Occupation by Hannibal (212-209 BC), AR Reduced Nomos or Half-Shekel, youth on horseback right, holding palm and placing a wreath on horse's head, KRITO-S below, rev. Phalanthos or Taras on dolphin left, holding Nike in extended right hand, trident in left arm, monogram before and behind, TAPAS below, 3.82g, 6h (Brunetti 2; Vlasto 978-980; HN Italy 1080; SNG ANS 1269; SNG BN 2066–67; Dewing -), largely centred, with rich dark cabinet tone and traces of die lines, a most pleasing extremely fine, rare in this exemplary conditionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premiu...

Scythia, Geto-Dacians, Koson (1st Century BC), AV Stater, c. 45 BC, Olbia, three togate figures advancing left, the first and third carrying an axe over left shoulder, KOSON, in exergue, rev. Eagle standing left, holding wreath in one claw, 8.51g, 12h (RPC I 1701A; HGC 3, 2049), the reverse a touch off-struck on a broad and lustrous round flan, deft striking splits otherwise handsomely bold, a really vry good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Roman Imperatorial, Julius Caesar (49-48 BC), AR Denarius, Gaul or Northern Italian Mint, Elephant trampling snake right, CAESAR in exergue, rev. pontificial emblems, 3.68g, 8h (RRC 443/1; CRI 9; BMCRR Gaul 27; RSC 49), lightly cleaned and the reverse somewhat broadly struck, otherwise a really bold fine, an instantly recognisable and popular typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC Choice XF | Strike 5/5, Surfaces 4/5 | Roman Imperatorial, Julius Caesar (48-46 BC), AR Denarius, Rome, diademed bust of Venus right, rev. Aeneas advancing left, holding palladium and Anchises on shoulder, 4.00g, 6h (RRC 458/1; Sydenham 1013; RSC 12), lustrous and largely centred, a pleasingly good very fine, in NGC 'Ancients' holder, graded Choice XF (Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5) [Cert. #6135248-001]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Roman Imperatorial, Julius Caesar (48-46 BC), AR Denarius, Military Mint traveling with Caesar in North Africa, diademed head of Venus right, wearing necklace, rev. Aeneas advancing left, head facing, palladium left in right hand, carrying Anchises on his left shoulder, CAESAR in right field, 3.54g, 7h (RRC; 458/1; Sydenham 1013; Julia 10), lightly cleaned, otherwise a really bold fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Roman Imperatorial, Julius Caesar, Third Consulship, with Aulus Hirtius as Praetor (49-44 BC), AV Aureus, 46 BC, Rome, G CAESAR COS • TER, veiled head of Vesta or Pietas right, rev. A • HIRTIVS • P R, lituus, oenochoe, and securis (augurate and pontificate symbols), 8.13g, 3h (RRC 466/1; Sydenham 1017-1018; Hirtia 2 and Julia 24; Bahrfeldt 19; Calicó 37c), off-struck on an exceptionally broad flan, residually lustrous, very fine, an iconic issue from the lifetime of the most famous character in the Ancient WorldProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, 10 Novembe...

Roman Imperatorial, Julius Caesar (46 BC), AR Denarius, African Mint, COS TERT DICT ITER, wreathed head of Ceres right, rev. pontifical emblems, AVGVR above, PONT MAX below, 3.84g, 10h (RRC 467/1; RSC 4; RCV 1403), lightly cleaned but residually lustrous, a handsomely bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Roman Imperatorial, Julius Caesar (46-45 BC), AR Denarius, Military Mint in Hispania, diademed head of Venus right, rev. 'Trophy' type flanked by Gallic captives, 4.01g, 7h (RRC 468/1; Sydenham 1014; CRI 58), well-centred and handsomely toned, a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Roman Imperatorial, Julius Caesar (46-45 BC), AR Denarius, Military Mint in Hispania, diademed head of Venus right, rev. Trophy adorned with military weapons, Gallic captives at base, 3.96g, 3h (RRC 468/1; CRI 58; BMCRR Spain 86; RSC 13), bright and lustrous, and the obverse a touch off-struck, otherwise a bolder very fine, an iconic issue directly connected to Caesar's 'Bello Gallica'Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Roman Imperatorial, L. Aemilius Buca, with Julius Caesar (44 BC), AR Denarius, January - February 44 BC, Rome, head of Caesar right, wearing triumphal corona aurea, crescent behind, CAESAR • IM before, P-M behind, rev. Venus standing left, head lowered, confronting palm-bearing Victory held in right hand and holding grounded scepter in left, L• AEMILIVS behind, BVCA curving upward before, 3.53g, 7h (RRC 480/4; CRI 102; Sear 1408), waterworn and porous, nevertheless fine or marginally better for struck, an historic very late lifetime portrait of the infamous Roman DictatorSubject to 20% VAT on...

Roman Imperatorial, P. Sepullius Macer, with Julius Caesar (44 BC), Late Lifetime Issue, AR Denarius, February - March 44 BC, Rome, CAESAR DICT PERPETVO, wreathed head of Caesar right, rev. P•SERVILLIVS - MACER, Venus standing left, holding Victory in outstretched hand and sceptre, 3.66g, 4h (RRC 480/11; Sydenham 1072; BMCRR [Roma] 4168; B. Iulia 49; Sepullia 4), banker's mark on cheek, otherwise cabinet toned and handsomely centred, a pleasing very fine, a most poignant coin and one of the last to be struck of Julius Caesar prior to the fateful events of the Ides of March 44 BCProvenanceSNC,...

Roman Imperatorial, C. Cossutius Massidianus, with Julius Caesar (February - March 44 BC), Posthumous Issue, AR Denarius, April 44 BC, Rome, CAESAR [PARE]NS • PATRIAE, veiled and wreathed head of Caesar right, apex behind head, lituus before chin, rev. C•COSSVTIV[S] MARIDI-ANVS in saltire, A A A F•F in angles, 3.94g, 8h (RRC 480/19; Sydenham 1069), struck on an elliptical elongated flan with peripheral striking softness below bust, and the reverse heavily off-struck, otherwise a wondrous coin, the portrait breathtakingly sharp and further accentuated by electrifying blue tone, a truly remarkab...

Roman Empire, Tiberius (14-37), AV Aureus, late AD 30s, Lugdunum, the so-called 'Tribute Penny' Series, TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS, laureate head right, rev. PONTIF MAXIM, Livia (as Pax), seated right, on chair with plain legs, holding sceptre, 7.80g (RIC I, 29; BMC 46; Calico 305a), neatly centred on a full flan, lightly toned, a most pleasingly good very fine or marginally better for issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Roman Empire, Nero (54-68), AV Aureus, AD 65-66, Rome, IMP NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, plumper laureate head right, rev. Salus enthroned left, holding patera, SALVS in exergue, 7.29g, 5h (RIC I 66; Cohen 317; BMCRE 94-95; Calicó 445), largely centred on a short flan, rubbed, fine / good fine, struck in the aftermath of the 'Great Fire of Rome'ProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Roman Empire, Hadrian (117-138), AV Aureus, AD 121-123, Rome, IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. P M TR P COS III, Roma seated left, holding Victory and sceptre, exergue plain, 6.55g, 7h (RIC II, Part 3, 538; BMCRE 133; Strack 121; Calicó 1334), scratches in fields where removed from mount, otherwise residually lustrous and light tone across slightly tooled fields, struck details a bolder fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Roman Empire, Theodosius I (379-395), AV Solidus, AD 383-388, Constantinople, 2nd Officina, D N THEODO-SIVS P F AVG, rosette-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of Theodosius I right, rev. CONCORDI-A AVGGG B, Constantinopolis seated facing, helmeted head right, right foot on prow, sceptre in right hand, shield in left inscribed VOT / X / MVLT / XV; CONOB in exergue, 4.28g, 12h (RIC IX, 71b2), dents and creasing, the surfaces somewhat bright, otherwise struck details, a bolder very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Roman Empire, Honorius (393-423), AV Solidus, c. AD 402-406, Ravenna, D N HONORI - VS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. VICTORI - A AVGGG, Emperor standing right, holding labarum and Victory on globe, foot on captive, R-V across field, COMOB in exergue, 4.47g, 1h (RIC X, 1287; Ranieri 11; Sear 20919), slight crimping, otherwise lustrous, almost extremely fine, a pleasing coinSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Roman Empire, Arcadius (383-408), AV Solidus, AD 404-408, Rome ['Milan Style'], D N ARCADI-VS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust of Arcadius right, rev. VICTORI-A AVGGG, emperor in military dress standing right, wearing pearl-diadem, vexillum with X on banner in right hand, Victory left on globe in left, left foot on bound captive turned back and looking up; R-M across fields, COMOB in exergue, 4.46g, 12h (RIC X (Honorius), 1251), lightly cleaned and traces of doublind, otherwise residually lustrous, a really bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more inform...

Roman Empire, Theodosius II (408-450), AV Solidus, AD 422-423, Constantinople, D N THEODO-SIVS P F AVG, helmeted and cuirassed bust three-quarters facing right, holding spear and shield, rev. VOT XX-MVLT XXX, Victory standing left, holding jewelled long cross, CONOB in exergue, 4.26g, 1h (RIC IX, 219), slightly crimped, otherwise residually lustrous albeit struck from rusty dies, a really good very fine to almost extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Sasanian Empire, Hormizd II (303-309), AV Dinar, Mint A (Ctesiphon), bust of Hormizd II right, wearing eagle crown with korymbos, rev. ribboned fire altar with bust of ahura mazda left in flames, flanked by attendant wearing eagle crown left, and attendant wearing mural crown right, 7.38g (SNS type la/2b; Göbl 81, type 1a; Sunrise 813 var), edge a little ragged, good very fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Sasanian Empire, Shapur II (309-379), AV Dinar, Mint IV (Marv), bust of Shapur II right, wearing mural crown with Korymbos, pellet in right field, rev. ribboned fire altar, mint name 'mrwn'to right of altar shaft, 7.15g (SNS type la/1b, A18; Göbl type 1a/7; Sunrise 838), tiny nick on neck of bust and in right field, very fine / good very fine, a rare and desirable coin ProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Sasanian Empire, Khusru II, Second Reign (591-628), AV Dinar, uncertain mint, Year 21, diademed bust of Khusru II right, wearing winged crown, rev. facing bust of Anahit, 4.55g (SNS type la/3d; Göbl 217, type III / 4; Sellwood 60; Sunrise 986), tiny edge scrape under bust, otherwise about uncirculated, rare, especially in this choice conditionProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Stanley Gibbons Currency Ltd, 20 February 1974 (C.5488/1642) - £850Bank Leu (Geneva), 12-13 May 1970, lot 398Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Byzantine Empire, Justinian I (527-565), AV Tremissis, Constantinopolis, D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of Justinian I to right, rev VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM, Victory advancing right, her head turned to left, holding wreath in her right hand and cross set on globe in her left, star in right field, CONOB in exergue, (DOC 19; MIBE 19; Sear 145), creased and crimped, otherwise residually lustrous, struck details a bolder very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Byzantine Empire, Justinian I (527-565), AV Tremissis, Constantinopolis, D N IVSTINIANVS P P AVG, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of Justinian I to right, rev VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM, Victory advancing right, her head turned to left, holding wreath in her right hand and cross set on globe in her left, star in right field, CONOB in exergue, (DOC 19; MIBE 19; Sear 145), possibly a Pseudo-Imperial imitation, otherwise small striking splits on a neat round flan, of matte appearance, otherwise a really bold very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms...

(x) Byzantine Empire, Justin II (565-578), AV Lightweight Solidus of 22-Siliquae, Antioch, crowned bust facing, holding Victory, rev. VICTORI-AAVGGG OS, Constantinople seated right, holding globe, OB*+* in exergue, 4.05g, 6h (DOC 138; nIMBE 8; Sear 376), centred with some rim furling, otherwise lustrous, very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, May 1973, G2453 [Inventory no. 724242, acquired 2 May]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Byzantine Empire, Focas (602-610), AV Solidus, AD 607-610, Constantinopolis, crowned bust facing, holding globus cruciger, rev. VICTORIA AVGUI, CONOB in exergue, 4.41g, 7h (MIBE 11; DOC 10; Sear 620), lustrous and quite brilliant, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Byzantine Empire, Focas (602-610), AV Solidus, AD 607-610, Constantinopolis, crowned bust facing, holding globus cruciger, rev. VICTORIA AVGUE, CONOB in exergue, 4.38g, 6h (MIBE 11; DOC 10; Sear 620), some flatness to peripheries, otherwise lustrous, good very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Byzantine Empire, Focas (602-610), AV Lightweight Solidus of 21-Siliquae, Constantinopolis, crowned bust facing, holding globus cruciger, rev. VICTORIA AVGUI, OB+* in exergue, 4.08g, 7h (MIB 19; Sear 627; Ratto 1199; Adelson 112), creased and lustrous and trace double-struck, a bolder very fine, very rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Constantine IV Pogonatus (668-685), AV Tremissis, AD 668-681, Constantinopolis, Officina S, diademed and draped bust right, wearing paludamentum, rev. cross potent, fields plain, CONOB in exergue, 1.86g, 6h (MIB 16B/C; DOC 17; Sear 1162), slight striking softness above bust, otherwise a bolder very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Byzantine Empire, Justinian II, First Reign (685-695), AV Solidus, AD 692-695, Constantinopolis, facing bust of Christ Pantokrator, rev. Justinian standing facing, wearing crown and loros, holding cross potent on two steps in right hand, akakia in left, 4.37g, 7h (Ratto 1682; MIBE 8; DOC 7; Sear 1248), elliptical flan, lustrous, a pleasing very fine, very rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, August 1973 - G6579 [acquird 14 August] - £375Illustrated in Porteous', 'Coins in History' [Published 1 August 1969]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20...

(x) Byzantine Empire, Basileios II Bulgaroktonos and Constantine VIII (976-1025), AV Tetarteron Nomisma, 977-989, Constantinopolis, + IhS XIS REX REGNANTIhM, facing bust of Christ Pantokrator, rev. BASIL C COhSTAhTIhA, crowned facing busts of Basil and Constantine, holding patriarchal cross between them, 4.31g, 6h (Sear 1802), some surface marks, otherwise lustrous, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, 10 November 1972 - £85Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Byzantine Empire, Michael VII Ducas (1071-1078), AV Scyphate or Histamenon Nomisma, Constantiopolis, Christ Pantokrator seated facing on throne, raising his hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels; IC - XC across fields, rev. Michael VII facing, wearing loros and crown with pendilia, holding labarum and globus cruciger, 4.34g, 6h (DOC 1; Sear 1869), bright and lustrous, otherwise almost extremely fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Byzantine Empire, John III Ducas-Vatazes (1232-1254), AV Scyphate Hyperpyron or Histamenon Nomisma, Constantiopolis, Christ Pantokrator seated facing on throne, raising his hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels; IC - XC across fields, rev. John standing facing, holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by the Virgin Mary, 4.30g, 6h (DOC 6b; Sear 2073), graffiti to peripheries, otherwise lightly toned, a really bold very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Byzantine Empire, Michael VIII (1261-1282), AV Scyphate or Hyperpyron, Constantinople, bust of Virgin within city walls and six towers, control letters (sigla) P H, rev. St. Michael presenting kneeling emperor Michael to Christ with Gospels, legends both sides, 4.15g, 6h (DOC 22; Sear 2243; cf. Ratto 2218), a trace off-struck and minor striking splits, otherwise lustrous, a pleasing very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, 23 March 1973 - £115Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

NGC MS63 BN | Isle of Man, George III (1760-1820), Halfpenny, 1786, laureate head right, rev. triskelis, edge obliquely milled, 8.16g, 12h (Spink 7414), some light contact marks, otherwise extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS63 BN (Cert. #6295138-002)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Irish Civil War (1689-1691), James II, 'Gunmoney', Crown, 1690, Dublin, King's head below IA, horse's tail with loose uneven ending strands, 12.77g, 4h (Withers dies 51/53; Spink 6578), slight corrosion to peripheries, otherwise patinated, with traces of undertype, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF64 CAMEO | Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Gilt Proof Penny, 1805, in gilt copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev. HIBERNIA, crowned harp, edge centre milled, 6h (Spink 6620), faint cabinet friction, otherwise brilliant, much as struck, in NGC holder, graded PF64 BN (Cert. #4928202-007)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF64 BN | Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Proof Penny, 1805, in bronzed copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev. HIBERNIA, crowned harp, edge obliquely milled, 17.42g, 6h (Spink 6620), light fingermark in obverse field and some contact marks, otherwise glass-like surfaces, good extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded PF64 BN (Cert. #6295138-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF64 BN | Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Proof Penny, 1805, in bronzed copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev. HIBERNIA, crowned harp, edge centre milled, 6h (Spink 6620), faint cabinet friction, otherwise brilliant, much as struck, in NGC holder, graded PF64 BN (Cert. #4863856-001)ProvenanceThe Archer Collection, Spink 265, 10 December 2019, lot 186Spink 16, 9-10 July 1981, lot 811 [part]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

PCGS PR63 | Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Gilt Proof Halfpenny, 1805, in gilt copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev. HIBERNIA, crowned harp, edge centre milled, 6h (DF 599; Spink 6621), a lovely example, brilliant and much as issued, in PCGS holder, graded PR63 (Cert. 81717752)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

PCGS PR63 | Ireland, George III (1760-1820), Gilt Proof Farthing, 1806 over 5, in gilt copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev. HIBERNIA, crowned harp, edge centre milled, 6h (Spink 6622), some faint cabinet friction, otherwise brilliant and much as issued, in PCGS holder, graded PR63 (Cert. 39007739)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Iron Age Ireland (c. 200-100 BC), Gold 'Ring Money', graduated hoop ring of cable pattern, 6.80g [105grns] (Seaby, Coin and Tokens of Ireland, pp. 11), very interesting and very fine, extremely rareProvenanceSCMB, August 1974, G640 - [SOLD]Alderman Horace Hird, Part III, Spink-Glendining, 6 March 1974, lot 167 - £4,600 [Seaby]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Iron Age, Channel Islands (Armorica), Coriosolites (1st Century BC), Billon Stater, stylized head right, rev. sinuous horse right, boar below, 6.60g, 10h, traces of silvering, largely centred, a bolder very fineProvenanceGlendining, 13 March 1974, lot 48 - very fine - £32 [with old collector's ticket]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, Cunobelin (9-40), 'Plastic' AV Stater, wheat ear dividing CA-MV, rev. sinuous horse right, branch above, CVN(O) below, 5.41g, 3h (Mack 210A; Cottam 371; VA 2010-20; BMC 1811, 1815-23; Spink 286; ABC 2789-92), off-struck and with small flan splits, very fine / good very fineProvenanceSNC, March 1973, no. 2243 - VF, rare - £260Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Wessex, Alfred the Great (878-900), Penny, 'Monogram' Type, London, Tilewine, AD 880-883, AELFRX-ED REX, diademed and draped bust right, rev. LONDONIA monogram, trefoil to left, small cross to right, dividing TILEVINE | MONETA, 1.57g, 10h (North 644; Spink 1062), stained, lightly porous and with spots of delamination, otherwise neatly centred, a bolder very fine, very rareProvenanceSpink 215, 4-5 December 2012, lot 6Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Æthelred II (978-1016), Voided Long Cross, Penny, Exeter, Ælfnoth, draped bust left, rev. + ÆLFNOÐ MOO EAXE, voided long cross, 1.75g, 3h (North 774; Spink 1151), a most pleasing example with a light cabinet tone, extremely fine or very near soProvenanceSCMB, August 1965, H2987 [and Pl. 53] - nearly EF, as struck - £18.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cnut (1016-1035/36), 'Pointed Helmet', Penny, 1023-1029, London, Ælfwine, + CNVT - REX ANG, pointed helmet and draped bust left, sceptre before, rev. +EL.FPINE : ON LVND, pellet-in-annulet quatrefoil over voided shortcross, 1.02g, 9h (North 787; BMC XIV; Spink 1158), rich dark tone, a really good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Cnut (1016-1035/36), 'Pointed Helmet', Penny, 1023-1029, York, Wulfstan, pointed helmet and draped bust left, sceptre before, rev. + PVLFSTAN M'O EOFR, pellet-in-annulet quatrefoil over voided shortcross, 0.98g, 7h (SCBI 13, 928; North 787; BMC XIV; Spink 1158), richly cabinet toned, a really good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Harold II Godwinesson (5 January - 14 October 1066), PAXS Penny, York, Hrossketill, crowned bust left, sceptre before, rev. + ROSCETF ON EOFER, PAX in tablet, 1.18g, 10h (SCBI 48, 1095 same dies; North 836; Spink 1186), struck with aged dies, and some crystallisation to fabric resulting in daylight spots, otherwise toned, very fine / good fine, rareProvenanceP Finn, FPL, March 1998, no. 5116 - VF/good F, toned, slight crease, faint cracks, couple of weak letters, good portrait, rare - £550 [with his tickets] Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Cond...

(x) William I 'the Conqueror' (1066-1087), PAXS Type, Penny, Exeter, Sæwine, + PILLELM REX, crowned facing bust, holding sceptre, rev. SÆPINE ON ÆXEC, cross potent, P A X S in angles, starting in second quarter, 1.41g, 3h, i.m. cross pattée (SCBI 17, 566 same reverse die; North 848; BMC VIII; Spink 1257), crimped flan, toned, a bolder very fineProvenanceSCMB, November 1973, H3926 and Pl. 75 - a little crinkled, but nicely toned and nearly EF - £55Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

William I 'the Conqueror' (1066-1087), PAXS Type, Penny, York, Leofing, + PILLELM REX, crowned facing bust, with sceptre, rev. + LEISINC ON EFRFI, cross potent, P A X S in angles, starting in first quarter, 1.40g, 4h, i.m. cross pattée (North 848; BMC VIII; Spink 1257), rich dark cabinet tone, uniformly struck-up, extremely fine, a scarce survivor in so presentable a state, even for so common a coinSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward I (1272-1307), Class 3a, Long Cross Penny, 1280-1281, London, circular drapery with hooked ends, 1.39g, 11h (SCBI 39 [North], 75-77; North 1016; Spink 1387), lightly toned, a pleasing very fine, a seldom encountered class in higher gradesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC AU58 | Edward III (1327-1377), Fourth Coinage, Pre-Treaty Period, Noble, 1351-1352, Series B/C Mule, Tower, ED | WARD DEI GRA REX ANGL 7 FRANC ' D hVB, reversed Ns, four barred As, annulet stops, three lis and two pellets in Royal shield, ropes 3/3, ornaments 2-2-2-1, quatrefoils 4/3, rev. + IhESV ' AVTEM TRANCIENS PER MEDIV- ILLORV- IBAT, reversed Roman Ns, barred As, lombardic Ms, annulet stops, 2h, p.m. cross pattée (LAL B/12 same dies; Doubleday 18/32 same dies; cf. Schneider I, 15; North 1138/1144; Spink 1484/1486), a faint crimp in field, otherwise bright and lustrous, a delightfully...

(x) Edward III (1327-1377), Fourth Coinage, Treaty Period, Noble, 1363-1369, Regular Series A, London, ED | WARD : DEI : GRA : REX : ANGL : DNS : hYB x Z AQ, King standing in ship, holding sword and Royal shield, double saltire stops, single before EDWARD, ropes 3/1, quatrefoils 4/4, ornaments -11-11, rev. + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIENS : PER : MEDIV x' ILLORVM : IBAT, floriate cross, crowned leopards in angles, large E at centre, 7.69g, 5h, p.m. cross pattée (Schneider I, 75; North 1231; Spink 1502), struck with aged and rusty dies, edges made round from past mounting and resultant brighter surfac...

(x) Edward III (1327-1377), Fourth Coinage, Treaty Period, Noble, 1363-1369, Regular Series A, London, ED | WARD : DEI : GRA : REX : ANGL : DNS : hYB x Z AQ, King standing in ship, holding sword and Royal shield, double saltire stops, annulet before EDWARD, ropes 3/1, quatrefoils 4/4, ornaments -11-11, rev. + IhC : AVTEM : TRANSIENS : PER : MEDIV x' ILLORVM : IBAT, floriate cross, crowned leopards in angles, large E at centre, 7.68g, 2h, p.m. cross pattée (Schneider I, 86; North 1232; Spink 1503), irregular flan, otherwise lustrous original surfaces, a really good very fine, with a trace of re...

(x) Anglo-Gallic, Aquitaine, Edward III (1327-1377), Third Issue, Léopard d'Or, from July 1357, Bordeaux, + EDWARDVS : DEI : GRA : ANGLIE : FRANCIE : REX, crowned leopard passant left, rev. ornate cross fleury, beaded inner tressure, voided quatrefoils in spandrels, 3.85g, 1h, m.m. cross pattée (W & F 44; Elias 39a; Spink 8039), irregular and lightly crimped flan resulting in peripheral splits, roughness at 12 and 2 o'clock and brightness to flan, otherwise uniformly struck up, a really pleasingly bold very fine, scarceProvenanceSeaby, 13 November 1973 - £900 [Inventory 734247]Subject to 5% t...

NGC MS62 | Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461), Annulet Issue, Noble, 1422-1427, London, hENRIC' (lis) DI ' GRA ' REX ANGL' Z FRANC ' DN'S hYB', King standing in ship, annulet by sword arm, ropes 2/1, quatrefoils 3/3, ornaments 1-1-1, (F type 1, N type 3), rev. (p.m.) IhC * AVT' TRANSIENS MEDIVM ILLORV ' IBAT, annulet stops, floriate cross, h at centre, annulet in second spandrel (N type 3; P type 1), 7.03g, 2h, p.m. lis (Whitton, Heavy 6c; Schneider I, 281; North 1414; Spink 1799), some partial striking softness to centres, otherwise beautifully honest with handsome original surfaces accentuate...

(x) Henry VI (1422-1461), Annulet Issue, Groat, Calais, new portrait, breast plain, annulets by neck, and in second and third quarters of reverse, 3.76g, 10h, m.m. pierced cross (North 1427; Spink 1836), lightly toned on a full flan with some carbonisation, a really bold very fine, rareProvenanceSeaby, 1974 - £45Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Henry VI, First Reign (1422-1461), Rosette-Mascle, Penny, 1430-1431, Calais, rev. VIL LA CALI SIE *, mascles before LA, 0.85g, 4h, m.m. pierced cross (North 1450; Spink 1865), clashed dies on portrait, otherwise toned, a pleasing very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) NGC AU55 | Edward IV, First Reign (1461-1470), Light Coinage, Rose Noble or 'Ryal', Type VIIIa, 1467-1470, Tower, King standing in ship, holding sword and shield, rev. rose-atop radiant sun over floriated cross, crowns and leopards in angles, small trefoils in spandrels, 7.50g, 2h, i.m. crown (Schneider I, 358ff; North 1549; Spink 1951), traces of light cleaning, otherwise toned with a faint trace of crimping, a bolder very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #6295509-002)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Edward IV, First Reign (1461-1470), Heavy Coinage, Groat, 1461-1464, Type III, London, quatrefoils by bust, 3.88g, 5h, m.m. rose (North 1532; Spink 1973), heavily double-struck on obverse, otherwise toned, a bolder very fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Henry VI, Readeption (October 1470 - April 1471), 'Restored' Angel, Lis Group, "York", hENRICVS + DEI + GRA +' REX ANGL '+ S + FRANC, saltire stops, St. Michael vanquishing Dragon, rev. PER CR|VCE'. TVA ' SALVA . NOS XPE REDEMTOR . trefoil stops, ship surmounted by square-topped shield and mast dividing h and Lis, 4.94g, 5h, no m.m. (R Carlyon-Britton [BNJ XVII, 1923], pp. 129, no. 3 and Pl., no. 8 same dies; Allen [1937], dies G/n; Blunt and Whitton [1945], type 5/9; Schneider I, 448 same dies; North 1613; Spink 2078), crimped and creased resulting in a minor flan split, slight graffiti i...

(x) Edward IV or V (12 February - April 1483), Angel, "Type XXII", Tower, EDWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL FRANC, saltire stops, St. Michael vanquishing Dragon, rev. PER CRVCEM TVA SALVA NOS XPE REDEMPT, ship surmounted by square-topped shield and mast dividing E and Rose, saltire stops, 5.13g, 5h, m.m. halved sun-and-rose (Blunt and Whitton XXII; Webb-Ware dies 1/2; Schneider I, 469 [Edward IV]; North 1626; Spink 2144), dig to reverse field and flattened, otherwise a really bold fine, extremely rare and with a sound provenanceProvenanceSeaby, 20 February 1974 - £500 [Inventory no. 740531] SCMB, De...

NGC MS64 | Richard III (1483-1485), Angel, Type 3, struck c. 1485, Tower, RICAD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC : [sic], St. Michael vanquishing the Dragon, rev. (m.m.) PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPE REDEMPT, ship surmounted by square-topped shield and mast dividing R and rose, 9h, m.m. halved sun-and-rose 2 (Hird I, 4; Schneider I, 498; North 1677; Spink 2152), on a short flan, struck with rusty dies, otherwise remarkably uniform, the fabled 'RICAD' reading beautifully clear, a really bold very fine, and amongst the finest known examples of this remarkable legend error, in NGC holder, graded MS64 (Cert....

NGC AU53 | Henry VII (1485-1509), Type IIIc, Angel, Autumn 1495 - Michaelmas 1498, 'New Dies', Tower, large lettering, [(m.m.) hE]NRIC 'x DI x GRA x REX [x A]NGLI x Z x FRACI, St Michael vanquishing Dragon, saltire stops, rev. (m.m.) PE[R x] CRVCE 'x TVA x SALV[A x NOS x] XPE x REDE 'x, ship surmounted by square-topped shield and mast dividing h and rose, saltire stops, 4.98g, 3h, m.m. pansy (over scallop on reverse [?]) (Schneider I, 520/522 for partial legend readings; North 1696; Spink 2183), flatness in upper right quadrant of obverse with additional superficial marks on a short flan, the...

Henry VII (1485-1509), Angel, 1493-1495, Type III, 'New Dies', Tower, hENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRAN, rosette stops, rev. (m.m.) PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPE RE, 11h, m.m. escallop (North 1696; Spink 2183), struck with a heavily rusted obverse die and cleaned, almost fine / a bold fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Henry VII (1485-1509), Angel, 1504-1509, Type V, Tower, tall thin lettering, + HENRIC' : DI' : GRA .' REX : AGL' : Z' : FRA' :, St Michael vanquishing the Dragon, rev. PER : CRUCE ': TVA ': SALVA : NOS : XPE ': REDE', double saltire stops, ship surmounted by square-topped shield and mast dividing h and Rose, 5.14g, 4h, m.m. cross crosslet (Schneider I, 533-537; North 1697; Spink 2186), softly struck to portrait, otherwise a handsomely uniform and broad striking of this increasingly popular series, a pleasing very fineProvenanceSpink, 1971Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20%...

Henry VIII (1509-1547), First Coinage, Groat, 1509-1526, Tower, crowned bust of Henry VII right, rev. square-topped shield over cross fourchée, 2.62g, 6h, m.m. crowned portcullis [no chains in reverse pyx mark] (Whitton III, 2; North 1762; Spink 2316), striking splits and old tooling behind bust, otherwise cabinet toned, a bolder very fine / very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS63 | Henry VIII, with Katherine of Aragon (1509-1547), Second Coinage, Gold Crown of the Double-Rose, 1526-1533, Tower, (m.m.) HENRIC?x VIII ?x RVTILANS : ROSA : SIE 'x SPIA 'x, crowned double rose, crowned H-K beside, rev. (m.m.) DEI : G '+ R ': AGLIE ': Z : FRANC ': DNS ': HIBERNIE 'x, crowned shield, crowned H-K beside, 3.70g, 7h, m.m. arrow (Schneider I, 588; North 1788/1789; Spink 2275), ragged edges with a minor flan split, a trace of double striking, the obverse otherwise well-balanced and with pleasingly 'fresh' surfaces, a bolder very fine, in NGC holder, graded MS63 (Cert. #629...

Henry VIII (1509-1547), Second Coinage, Groat, 1526-1544, reads FRANC, crowned bust right, rev. square-topped shield over cross fourchée, 2.70g, 12h, m.m. arrow (North 1797; Spink 2337E), some peripheral striking softness, otherwise toned, a pleasing very fine, an increasingly sought after typeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Henry VIII (1509-1547), Third Coinage, Testoon, 1544-1547, (m.m.) hENRIC :' 8 D : G: AGL x' FRA : Z : hIB : REX, crowned 'Holbeinesque' bust facing, rev. (m.m.) POSVI : DEVM : ADIVTORIVM : MEVM :, crowned double rose, dividing crowned h-R, 6.10g, 2h, m.m. pellet-in-annulet (North 1841; Spink 2365), some minor surface stressing but on a pleasingly full round flan for issue, considerably above average for that usually encountered, strictly fine / good fine, but rare even in this conditionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Henry VIII (1509-1547), Third Coinage, Groat, 1544-1547, Tower, annulets in forks, 2.41g, 7h, m.m. lis (North 1844; Spink 2369), irregular flan with further stress marks, otherwise of good metal, a pleasingly bold portrait, very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Edward VI (1547-1553), Second Period, Second Issue, Half-Sovereign, 12 April 1549 - April 1550, Southwark, * EDWARD .' VI : D .' G .' AGL .' FRA ' Z .' HIB .' REX *, youthful crowned and cuirassed bust right, rev. (m.m.) SCVTVM * FIDEI * PROTEGET * EVM, crowned oval and elaborately garnished shield, dividing E-R, 4.85g, 10h, m.m. arrow (Schneider I, 672; North 1911; Spink 2438), flashed, gilt and removed from clasp mount at reverse 10 and 2 o'clock, otherwise bright, the struck portrait details pleasant, a bolder fine, scarceProvenanceSNC, December 1973, no. 97608 - cleaned and polished, b...

Edward VI (1547-1553), Third Period, Fine Silver Issue, Sixpence, 1551-1553, crowned bust facing, rose and VI in field, rev. square-topped shield over cross fourchée, 3.01g, 5h, m.m. tun (North 1938; Spink 2483), a slight crease, otherwise toned, very fineProvenanceSCMB, March 1965, no. 5087 - good VF/VF - £24.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Philip and Mary (1554-1558), Shilling, 1554, Tower, English titles only, 5.88g, 8h (North 1968; Spink 2501), scratch between bust and split to flan, otherwise toned, a bolder fine, the portraits considerably above average for this notoriously 'soft' issueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Half-Pound, ELIZABETH :. D : G : ANG .' FRA .' ET . HI '. REGINA, crowned bust 3C left, rev. (m.m.) SCVTVM : FIDEI : PROTEGET : EAM, double and triple pellet stops, crowned shield of arms, E R at sides, 5.56g, 10h, m.m. cross crosslet (Brown & Comber G7; Schneider I, 738; North 1982; Spink 2520), edges made round from a ring mount with traces of solder, further traces of smoothing in fields, otherwise an unusually strong and uniform strike especially to central devices, the portrait handsomely bold, struck details an attractively bold very fineSubject to 5% tax on...

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Second 'Restoration' Coinage, Third and Fourth Issue [Fine Gold], Quarter-Angel [of 2.5 Shillings], (Pyx Period: 29 May 1574 - 30 July 1578), Tower, ELIZABETH : D : G ANG : FRANCIE, NCIE over cursive N, IE over pellet stop, St. Michael vanquishing Dragon, rev. (m.m.) ET : HIBERNIE : REGINA : FIDEI : Ship surmounted by square-topped shield and crucifix mast dividing E and Rose, twisted rigging 2/1, with bowsprit, waves lapping below, 1.26g, 10h, m.m. eglantine (Brown & Comber E5; North 1993; Spink 2518), creased and of somewhat waterworn appearance, otherwise lightly to...

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Second 'Restoration' Coinage, Sixth Issue [Fine Gold], 'Fine Sovereign' [of 30-Shillings], 1 February 1592 - 8 May 1594, Tower, ELIZABETH • D .' G .' ANG .' | FRA .' ET • HIB •' REGINA • (m.m.), Queen seated on ornamented throne with fine latice work and pellet backing, holding orb and sceptre, flanked by pellet adorned pillars, Portcullis below atop ornate tressure through which it and only her crown breaks, rev. (m.m.) A '• DNO '• FACTV .' EST • ISTVD ET • EST • MIRAB •' IN • OCVL •' NRS .' Royal Shield set atop Tudor Rose, spandrels plain, 14.98g, 2h, m.m. tun (Comb...

A Remarkable Elizabethan to Georgian Gold Coin Bracelet, c. 1587-1817 (13), in a yellow-metal 'Daisy Chain', 104.24g (Cumulative Weight), all flash gilt and mounted with four-clasp interlocking hoops, including:i) George III, Guinea, 1785 (MCE 389; Spink 3728), soldered, some bagmarks, otherwise struck details about extremely fineii) George III, Guinea, 1777, 'J type 1' (MCE 382; Spink 3728), soldered, scuff on cheek, otherwise struck details a bolder very fineiii) George III, 'Spade' Guinea, 1787 (MCE 382; Spink 3728), soldered, scuffs in field, otherwise struck details very fine or marginall...

Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Second Issue, Groat, 1560-1561, Tower, 1.91g, 2h, m.m. martlet (North 1986; Spink 2556), rubbed and toned, very fineProvenanceSeaby, 1966 - £6.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC AU53 | James I (1603-1625), Second Coinage, Unite, 1607-1609, Tower, fourth half-length crowned and armoured bust right, holding orb and sceptre, rev. crowned shield, dividing I-R, 9.96g, 8h, m.m. coronet (Schneider II, -; North 2084; Spink 2619), crimped and creased, otherwise residual toning, a bolder fine, the central devices better still and increasingly sought after, in NGC holder, graded AU53 (Cert. #6295175-004)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) James I (1603-1625), Third Coinage, Laurel, 1621-1623, Tower, IACOBVS D: G: MAG .' BRI ' FRAN .' ET HIB .' REX. third laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, value behind, rev. crowned square-topped shield over cross fleury, 8.97g, 7h, m.m. thistle (Schneider II, 84; North 2113; Spink 2638A), some metal flawing before face, otherwise somewhat bright and residually lustrous, excluding peripheries a handsomely uniform but deceptively soft striking, very fine, scarcely found so presentableProvenanceSCMB, January 1973, G2013, nearly VF/VF - £90 [Inventory 723816]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer...

(x) James I (1603-1625), Third Coinage, Quarter-Laurel, 1624, Tower, (m.m.) IACOBVS D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET : HI : REX, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. [HENRIC] ROSAS REGNA IACOB, crowned square-topped shield over cross fourchée, beaded inner circles both sides, 2.27g, 6h, m.m. trefoil (Lingford 1128a; Schneider II, - [cf. 99-100]; North 2119; Spink 2642B), scratches in French shield and struck on a short flan, otherwise lightly toned, the central devices bold, a pleasing very fineProvenanceSCMB, December 1972 - scratched on reverse, good VF/VF - £40 [Inventory no. 723424]S...

NGC AU55 | Charles I (1625-1649), Group B, Unite, 1629-1630, Tower (under King), crowned bust 2b LEFT, dividing legend, rev. crowned square-topped and garnished shield, 9.01g, 6h, m.m. heart (Schneider II, 128; Brooker 58-60; North 2149; Spink 2688), some peripheral striking softness with hints of reddish tone, otherwise very fine or near so, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #6296641-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Charles I (1625-1649), Group C, Unite, 1630-1631, Class IIa, Tower (under King), crowned bust 3a left, value behind, rev. crowned garnished shield, dividing cypher, 7h, m.m. plume (Brooker 68; Schneider II, 137; North 2150; Spink 2690), some tooling up by FLO of FLORENT, double-creased with peripheral striking softness, otherwise reddish toning, on a neat round flan and of 'fine-work' style, struck details almost very fine, scarceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Charles I (1625-1649), Civil War Issues, 'Declaration' Unite, 1642, Royalist Oxford, • CAROLVS : D : G : MAG : BRIT : FRAN : ET : HI : REX, crowned and armoured three-quarter length bust left, holding dumpy sword and olive branch, XX behind, rev. : EXVRGAT : DEVS : DISSIPENTVR : INIMICI, three even plumes with bands above, RELIG : PROT : LEG | ANG : LIBER : PAR in two-lined scroll, 1642 below, 9.02g, 6h, no p.m. (Beresford-Jones, dies IV/3 variety; Brooker 843-845A different dies; Schneider II, 306 same obverse die; North 2386; Spink 2731), slight flan crimping, otherwise pleasing original...

Charles I (1625-1649), Group D, Shilling, 1632-1633, Type 3.1, Tower (under King), (m.m.) CAROLVS • D .' G .' MAG .' BR .' FR .' ET HI .' REX •, fourth bust, plain arches, no stops flank m.m., rev. (m.m.) • CHRISTO • AVSPICE • REGNO •, oval garnished shield, dividing C-R, 5.89g, 8h, m.m. harp (Hawkins 3¹; Sharp D4/1; Brooker 479-480; North 2223; Spink 2789), irregular flan with partial striking softness, otherwise toned and lustrous, very fine or near soSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Scotland, Charles I (1625-1649), Falconer's Second Issue, 12-Shillings, Type IV, 1637-1642, Edinburgh, 5.95g, 12h, m.m. thistle and F (SCBI 35, 1502-1507; Spink 5561), small striking split, ragged edge and adjustment marks to bust on a slightly elliptical flan, otherwise toned, a bolder very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS61 | Commonwealth (1649-1660), Unite, 1653, Tower, [m.m.] THE • COMMONWEALTH • OF • ENGLAND •, English shield within palm and laurel wreath, fourteen laurel leaves, rev. • GOD • WITH • VS • 1653, conjoined shields of England and Ireland, value above, 9.06g, 10h, m.m. sun (on obv. only) (EGC 14; Schneider II, 341; North 2715; Spink 3208), striking splits, minor flan flawing and lightly wiped in antiquity, otherwise reddish peripheral toning, a really bold very fine, in NGC holder, graded MS61 (Cert. #6295508-002)ProvenanceSNC, September 1975, no. 7556 - darkly toned, edge striking splits,...

(x) Commonwealth (1649-1660), Half-Unite or Double-Crown, 1651, Tower, • THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND •, English shield within palm and laurel wreath, rev. • GOD • WITH • VS • 1651, conjoined shields of England and Ireland, value above, 4.50g, 2h, m.m. sun (on obv. only) (EGC 36; North 2717; Spink 3210), lightly cleaned, otherwise lustrous, on a neat round flan, a pleasingly bold very fineProvenanceSeaby, 20 February 1974 - £650 [Inventory no. 740536]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

NGC AU55 | Commonwealth (1649-1660), Half-Unite or Double Crown, 1653, tight date with semblance of '3 over 1' overdate, Tower, • THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND • English shield within palm and laurel wreath, rev. • GOD • WITH • VS • 1651, conjoined shields of England and Ireland, 4h, m.m. sun (on obv. only) (Schneider II, 350; North 2717; Spink 3210), striking weakness at centres on an oversized flan, residually lustrous with hints of ochre toning in deepest recesses, devices struck soft, fine thus, the peripheries better, rare, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #6295175-005)Subject to 20% VAT o...

Commonwealth (1649-1660), Shilling, 1652, Tower, · THE · COMMONWEALTH · OF · ENGLAND · English shield within palm and laurel wreath, rev. · GOD · WITH · VS · 1653 ·, conjoined shields of England and Ireland, value above, 5.81g, 3h, m.m. sun (on obv. only) (Bull 103; ESC 985; Spink 3217), small crimp resulting in crack at 2 o'clock with further staining, otherwise on a full round flan, almost very fineProvenanceSeaby, 1964 - VF - £20.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Charles II (1660-1685), Second Hammered Issue, Unite, April - October 1662, CAROLVS • II • D • G • MAG • BRIT • FRAN • ET • HIB • REX, laureate, draped and cuirassed youthful bust left, value behind, rev. (m.m.) • FLORENT • CONCORDIA • REGNA •, A over O in REGNA, crowned garnished shield, dividing cypher, 8.83g, 3h (Bull, dies O4/R19 an unlisted pairing; EGC - [cf. 127-128]; Schneider II, 397-398; North 2754; Spink 3304), slightly doubled and the reverse a touch off-centre, nonetheless a pleasant and 'honest' coin, lightly toned, good fine, the die pairing unrecorded by Bull, presumably v...

(x) Charles II (1660-1685), 'Royal African Company', Two-Guineas, 1664, Elephant below, laureate bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles, five strings to harp, edge straight milled, 16.69g, 6h (Stratos 152; Schneider II, 430; EGC 204; MCE 32; Spink 3334), lightly toned and with hints of lustre, a pleasing very fine, a handsome example of the first year of issueProvenanceSpink, 1975 - £1,500Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Charles II (1660-1685), Two-Guineas, 1681, second laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angels, five strings to harp, obliquely milled edge, 16.70g, 6h (Waterbird 8; EGC 219; MCE 45; Spink 3335), struck on an irregular flan with a flaw on forehead and in corresponding area of reverse, otherwise lightly toned with hints of brilliance, a bolder very fineProvenanceSCMB, March 1973 - G2294 - Pl. 15 - good VF/nearly EF - £375Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Charles II (1660-1685), Shilling, 1672, second bust, rev. stop after HIB, five strings to harp, edge obliquely milled, 6.00g, 6h (Bull 521 [R]; ESC 1036; Pywell-Phillips 61; Spink 3375), toned, very fine / good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) NGC AU55 | Scotland, William III (1694-1702), 40-Shillings, 1698 DECIMO, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust, rev. crowned and garnished shields, edge lettered upwards, 18.35g, 1h (Spink 5683), light flecking, otherwise toned, a really good very fine, scarce, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #6295509-003)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

William III (1694-1702), Shilling, 1696, first bust, rev. five strings to harp, edge obliquely milled, 6.02g, 7h (Bull 1104; ESC 1078; Spink 3497), lightly toned and lustrous, almost extremely fineProvenanceSeaby, 1965 - £5.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Anne (1702-1714), Pre-Union, Shilling, 1703 VIGO, second draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, five strings to harp, angles plain, edge obliquely milled, 6.01g, 7h (Bull 1388; ESC 1131; Spink 3583), toned, very fine or very near soSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC AU58 | Anne (1702-1714), Half-Guinea, 1711, diademed and draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, six strings to harp, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles, edge obliquely milled, 5h (Stratos 32; Slaney II, 388; Schneider II, 539; MCE 234; Spink 3575), a handsomely bold portrait, lustrous, with speckles of reddish tone, some rub on cheek, otherwise near extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded AU58 (Cert. #4885286-011)ProvenanceÁureo & Calicó 353, 21 October 2020, lot 1448 Heritage, NYINC Signature Sale 3082, 21 January 2020, lot 33982For comparison, the NGC MS63 graded example at the...

Anne (1702-1714), Post-Union, Shilling, 1708, third draped bust left, rev. crowned shields cruciform, six strings to harp, angles plain, edge obliquely milled, 6.04g, 6h (Pywell-Phillips 244; Bull 1399; ESC 1147; Spink 3610), toned and lustrous, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George I (1714-1727), Guinea, 1726, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles, eight strings to harp, edge obliquely milled, 8.39g, 6h (Farey 700; EGC 525; MCE 261; Spink 3633), some surface friction, otherwise lustrous, a pleasingly good very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Obverse Graffiti (Cert. #6295175-014)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) NGC AU58 | George I (1714-1727), Guinea, 1726, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, emblem-adorned sceptres in angles, six strings to harp, edge obliquely milled, 8.36g, 5h (Farey 700; EGC 525; MCE 261; Spink 3633), lustrous, good very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU58 (Cert. #6295509-004)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) George I (1714-1727), Guinea, 1726, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, seven strings to harp, edge obliquely milled, 8.39g 6h (Farey 700; EGC 525; MCE 261; Spink 3633), somewhat bright, but residually lustrous, otherwise a bolder very fineProvenanceSeaby, 20 February 1974 - £450 [Inventory no. 734593]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) George I (1714-1727), Quarter-Guinea, 1718, laureate head right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, sceptres in angles, edge obliquely milled, 2.08g, 6h (MCE 277; EGC 550; Stratos 24; Schneider II, 554; Spink 3638), reddish tone, a really good fineProvenanceSeaby, 20 February 1974 [Inventory no. 734606]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

George I (1714-1727), South Sea Company, Shilling, 1723, first laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, SS-C in angles, edge obliquely milled, 6.00g, 5h (Bull 1586; ESC 1176; Spink 3647), lightly toned, a pleasing extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George II (1727-1760), 'East India Company', Five-Guineas, 1729 TERTIO, first young laureate head left, legend regularly spaced with large lettering, E.I.C below truncation, rev. crowned garnished shield, six strings to harp, + DECVS • ET • TVTAMEN • AUUO • REGNI • TERTIO, inverted Ns in ANNO, lettered upwards on edge, 41.97g, 5h (King 161-162; Stratos 198; MCE 279; Schneider II, 556, dies 2/2; EGC 553; Spink 3664), some minor tooling in left reverse field and lightly bagmarked in otherwise lustrous and lightly toned fields, a handsomely full and round example, even for this more frequently en...

NGC AU55 | George II (1727-1760), Five-Guineas, 1738 DVODECIMO, young laureate head left, small lettering, rev. crowned garnished shield, nine strings to harp, • DECVS • ET • TVTAMEN • ANNO • REGNI • DVODECIMO on edge downwards, 41.96g, 7h (Douglas-Morris 72 same dies; King 166; Stratos 199 same dies; Schneider II, 561, dies 6/5; EGC 558 [R2]; MCE 283; Spink 3663A), some pin-scratches above R I of S R I A, and once lightly wiped, otherwise residually lustrous, with hints of peripheral reddish tone, a pleasingly bold very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #6295110-001)Subject to 20% VAT o...

(x) George II (1727-1760), Two-Guineas, 1735, first younger laureate head left, stop above head, rev. crowned garnished shield with rounded arches, edge obliquely milled, 16.47g, 7h (Douglas-Morris 58, same dies; King -; Schneider II, 568, dies 2/2; MCE 290; EGC 566; Spink 3667A), brushed surfaces and superficial marks in fields, otherwise struck details a bolder very fine, a semi-key date, rarely encountered at public auctionSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) George II (1727-1760), Two-Guineas, 1739, intermediate laureate head, rev. crowned garnished shield, seven strings to harp, edge chevron milled, 16.68g, 5h (MCE 293; Schneider II, 576; EGC 574; Spink 3668), lightly polished and bagmarked, otherwise residually lustrous, very fineSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

George II (1727-1760), Shilling, 1758, older laureate, cuirassed and draped bust left, rev. seven strings to harp, edge obliquely milled, 6.00g, 6h (Bull 1734; ESC 1213; Spink 3704), darkly toned, good very fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) NGC PF64 | George II (1727-1760), Proof Farthing, 1730, *in silver*, young laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. Britannia seated left, date in exergue, edge plain, 4.18g, 1h (BMC [Peck] 855), beautifully toned and brilliant, a pleasingly good extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded PF64 (Cert. #6295509-001)Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) George III (1760-1820), Quarter-Guinea, 1762, laureate head right, rev. crowned garnished shield, edge obliquely milled, 2.08g, 6h (Stratos 25-26; Schneider II, 627; MCE 463; EGC 886; Spink 3741), residually lustrous, good very fineProvenanceSeaby, 20 February 1974 - £50 [Inventory no. 734384]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) George III (1760-1820), 'Spade' Guinea, 1788, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned 'spade' shield, seven strings to harp, edge milled, 8.38g, 12h (Farey 1270; EGC 713; Spink 3729), lightly toned, near extremely fineProvenanceSCMB, April 1972 - G540 - EFSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) George III (1760-1820), 'Spade' Guinea, 1793, fifth laureate head right, rev. crowned 'spade' shield, seven strings to harp, edge milled, 8.39g, 11h (Farey 1320; EGC 723; Spink 3729), some superficial marks, otherwise lustrous, a really bold very fineProvenanceSCMB, February 1973, G2138, good VF/EF - £40 [Inventory no. 723433]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

NGC MS63+ | George III (1760-1820), 'Spade' Guinea, 1798, fifth head, edge chevron milled, 8.39g, 11h (Farey 1370; EGC 732; MCE 402; Spink 3729), light flecking and a few sporadic marks, otherwise fully lustrous, good extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS63+ (Cert. #6295111-001)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), 'Spade' Guinea, 1798, fifth head, edge chevron milled, 8.39g, 11h (Farey 1370; EGC 732; MCE 402; Spink 3729), faint flecking, otherwise handsomely lustrous, even for this common date, almost uncirculated, in NGC holder (Cert. #6295175-015)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III, (1760-1820), 'Spade' Guinea, 1798, fifth head, edge chevron milled, 8.38g, 12h (Farey 1370; EGC 732; MCE 402; Spink 3729), lustrous, extremely fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III, (1760-1820), Shillings, 1787 (2), laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. crowned shields cruciform, seven strings to harp, with semée of hearts, edge obliquely milled, 6.04g, 12h (Bull 2129; ESC 1225; Spink 3746), lustrous and lightly toned, a pleasing extremely fine; another, no semée of hearts, edge obliquely milled, 5.98g, 12h (Bull 2125; ESC 1216; Spink 3743), rubbed, toned and lustrous, good very fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) George III (1760-1820), 'Military' Guinea, 1813, sixth laureate head, rev. crowned Garter shield, edge obliquely milled, 8.38g, 12h (Farey 1390; EGC 737; MCE 404; Spink 3730), some smoothing on portrait, otherwise handsomely lustrous, extremely fine, rare in this condition and highly sought-after thus, in NGC holder, harshly graded UNC Details ~ Obverse Repaired (Cert#. 6295111-002)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), 'Garter' Half-Guinea, 1809, seventh laureate head right, rev. crowned Garter shield, edge obliquely milled, 4.18g, 12h (MCE 445; EGC 854; Spink 3737), lustrous, good very fineProvenanceSeaby, 1965 - £12.0.0 [Inventory ticket, no. 651857]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS63+ | George III (1760-1820), 'Garter' Half-Guinea, 1813, seventh laureate head, edge obliquely milled, 11h (Selig 1065-66; Stratos 50; EGC 859; MCE 448; Spink 3737), a notoriously 'soft' issue, with highly superficial marks in otherwise playfully lustrous fields, the devices boldly struck, a discerner's handsome cabinet piece thus, a pleasing extremely fine, and a fine complement to the ever-popular 'Military Guinea' of this date, in NGC holder, graded MS63+ (Cert. #4345301-002)ProvenanceGoldberg 96, 14 February 2017, lot 2326 [unsold, via Atlas]Goldberg 91, 7 June 2016, lot 2294 -...

(x) George III (1760-1820), Third-Guinea, 1810, second head right, rev. crown and date, edge obliquely milled, 12h, 2.80g (Schneider II, 626; EGC 879; MCE 460; Spink 3740), the portrait well struck for type, lustrous, extremely fineProvenanceSeaby, 20 February 1974 - £60 [Inventory no. 740182]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Anglo-Hanoverian, Brunswick-Lüneburg-Calenberg, George III (1760-1820), Gold 5-Thaler, 1814 TW, by Thomas Wyon, Royal Mint, crowned Royal Garter Shield, rev. edge centre obliquely grained, 6.69g, 12h (Divo/S. 85; Schlum. 348; KM 101; Fb. 619), brushed surfaces with resultant hairlines, nevetheless residually lustrous, struck details almost extremely fineProvenanceSeaby, 1973 - £80 [Inventory no. 731072]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

George III (1760-1820), Gilt Proof Penny, 1806, Soho, in gilt copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, edge obliquely milled, 19.00g, 12h (Peck 1325; Spink 3780), dent to obverse edge at 11 o'clock, some light contact marks, otherwise brilliant, struck details much as issued, in NGC holder, graded Proof Details ~ Rim Repair (Cert. #6295137-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF64 | George III (1760-1820), Gilt Proof Farthing, 1806, Soho, in gilt copper, laureate and draped bust right, rev. Britannia seated left, edge obliquely milled, 4.77g, 6h (Spink 3782), lightly frosted surfaces, below brilliant surfaces, as struck, in NGC holder, graded PF64 (Cert. #6295137-002)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), 'New Coinage', Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. St. George and Dragon in Garter, edge milled, 8.00g, 6h (Stratos 114; Marsh 1; MCE 464; Spink 3785), small nick to rim, otherwise handsomely lustrous and accentuated by frosted mint bloom, a most pleasing extremely fine, the enduringly sought after first year of issueProvenanceSpink, 1965 - £25.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC AU58 | George III (1760-1820), 'New Coinage', Half-Sovereign, 1817, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield, edge milled, 3.99g, 6h (Marsh 400; Spink 3786), some light rubbing to reverse high points, otherwise almost extremely fine, the first year of issue, in NGC holder, graded AU58 (Cert. #6295136-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC AU55 | George III (1760-1820), 'New Coinage', Sovereign, 1820, 'Open 2', Doubled 0, Large Date, laureate head right, rev. St. George and Dragon, edge milled, 6h (Marsh 4; MCE 466; Spink 3785C), residually lustrous, a pleasing very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #6295175-012)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) George III (1760-1820), Half-Sovereign, 1820, laureate head right, rev. crowned shield, edge milled, 3.99g, 6h (Marsh 402; Spink 3786), heavily nailmarked, otherwise lustrous, a bolder very fineProvenanceSCMB, February 1973, G2141, EF - £40 [Inventory no. 723587]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

NGC MS63 | George III (1760-1820), 'New Coinage', Shilling, 1816, laureate head right, rev. crowned Garter shield, edge milled, 12h (Bull 2140; ESC 1228; Spink 3790), lightly toned and lustrous, much as struck, in NGC holder, graded MS63 (Cert. #2702968-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George III (1760-1820), 'New Coinage', Shillings (2), 1816, laureate head right, rev. crowned Garter shield, edge milled, 5.65g, 12h (Bull 2140; ESC 1228; Spink 3790), lightly toned and lustrous, much as struck; another, 1820, rev. unbarred H in HONI, edge milled, 5.65g, 12h (Bull 2157; ESC 1236; Spink 3790), some bagmarks, otherwise toned, extremely fine (2)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS64 | George III (1760-1820), 'New Coinage', Sixpence, 1817, laureate head right, rev. crowned Garter shield, edge milled, 12h (Bull 2195; ESC 1632; Spink 3791), lightly toned, much as struck, in NGC holder, graded MS64 (Cert. #2800625-017) Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS63 | George IV (1820-1830), Sovereign, 1821, laureate head left, rev. St. George and Dragon, edge milled, 8.02g, 7h (Marsh 5; MCE 471; Bentley 13; Stratos 119-120; Spink 3800), a delightful example, fully lustrous and further accentuated by partial mint frosting, almost as struck, scarce in this superlative grade, in NGC holder, graded MS63 (Cert. 6295111-003)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-1830), Sovereign, 1825, Type 2, bare head left, rev. crowned garnished shield, edge milled, 7.98g, 7h (Marsh 10; MCE 476; Stratos 124; Spink 3801), lustrous and quite brilliant, good very fine, and increasingly sought-afterProvenanceSeaby, 1965 - £20.0.0 [Inventory ticket no. 653790]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-1830), Shilling, 1821, laureate head left, rev. crowned garnished shield, edge milled, 5.65g, 6h (Bull 2396; ESC 1247; Spink 3810), lightly toned, extremely fineProvenanceSpink, 1965 - £4.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

George IV (1820-1830), 'Garter' Shilling, 1825, laureate head left, rev. crowned Garter shield, edge milled, 5.63g, 7h (Pywell-Phillips 506; Bull 2402; ESC 1253; Spink 3811), lightly toned, good extremely fineProvenanceSeaby, 1965 - £10.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS64 | William IV (1830-1837), Sovereign, 1836, second bare head right, nose to I, coarse beading on obverse, rev. crowned shield on mantle, edge milled, 8.01g, 5h (Marsh 20; MCE 493; Schneider II, 638; Stratos 135; Spink 3829B), a sumptuous gem, beautifully lustrous with only the faintest wisps of bagmarks, practically as struck, rare in this condition, in NGC holder, graded MS64 (Cert. 6295111-004)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS60 | William IV (1830-1837), Half-Sovereign, 1835, Regular Size, bare head right, rev. crowned and garnished shield, edge milled, 6h (Marsh 411; MCE 497; Spink 3831), a gouge below truncation and heavily bagmarked across neckline, the struck details otherwise almost extremely fine / good very fine, in NGC holder, sympathetically graded MS60 (Cert. 5878276-003)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-1837), Shilling, 1836, bare head right, rev. value in wreath, edge milled, 5.62g, 5h (Pywell-Phillips 541[c]; Bull 2494; ESC 1273; Spink 3835), lightly wiped and retoned with handsome bluish iridescence, almost extremely fineProvenanceSeaby, 1964 - £8.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

William IV (1830-1837), Britannia Fourpence or Groat, 1837, edge milled, 12h (Bull 2515; ESC 1918; Spink 3837), lightly toned and lustrous, a pleasing extremely fine, in LCGS holder, graded CGS AU75Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1838, Type A1, first head left, rev. crowned value in wreath, edge milled, 5.65g, 6h (Bull 2973; ESC 1278; Spink 3902), rubbed and toned, almost extremely fine / extremely fine, rareProvenanceSCMB, April 1965, SH100 - good EF/EF - £10.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1839, Type A3, second head left, rev. crowned value in wreath, edge milled, 5.66g, 6h (Bull 2979; ESC 1283; Spink 3904), mottled tone overlying lustrous surfaces, extremely fineProvenanceSpink, 1965 - £5.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1865, die number 30, Type A4, second head left, rev. crowned value in wreath, edge milled, 5.66g, 6h (Bull 3025; ESC 1313; Spink 3905), toned and lustrous, extremely fineProvenanceSCMB, March 1965, no. 5073 - £9.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1874, die number 13, Type A6, third head left, rev. crowned value in wreath, edge milled, 5.69g, 7h (Bull 3044; ESC 1326; Spink 3906A), toned, extremely fine / much as struckProvenanceSCMB, August 1966, no. 4180 - almost FDC - £7.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), Shilling, 1886, Type A7, fourth head left, rev. crowned value in wreath, short 'dumpy' line, edge milled, 5.66g, 6h (Bull 3078; ESC 1347; Spink 3907), toned, good extremely fineProvenanceSCMB, August 1966, no. 4189 - good EF / FDC - £7.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS63-MS65 | Victoria (1837-1901), 'Golden Jubilee' Specimen Currency Set, 1887 (10), Five-Pounds to Half-Sovereign, Crown to Threepence, a delightful composite set, the Five-Pounds especially 'fresh' along with the other Gold coins, the Florin lightly cleaned, otherwise generally extremely to most practically as struck, in fitted contemporary case of issue (10), in NGC holders, generously graded (Cert. #6295114): UNC Details ~ Reverse Cleaned (001); MS63+ (002); MS63+ (003); MS63 (004); MS63 (005); MS64 (006); MS63 (007); MS65 (008); MS65 (009); MS64 (010)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s...

(g) NGC MS62 | Victoria (1837-1901), 'Golden Jubilee' Five-Pounds, 1887, edge milled, 40.05g, 12h (MCE -; Schneider II, 653; Stratos 203; Spink 3864), polished dies with hairlines in otherwise lustrous fields, the central devices atypically bold, even for this commonly encountered issue, struck with sharp, square rims, a pleasingly good extremely fine and increasingly sought after, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6295175-008)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS61 | Victoria (1837-1901), 'Golden Jubilee' Five-Pounds, 1887, edge milled, 40.05g, 12h (MCE -; Schneider II, 653; Stratos 203; Spink 3864), bagmarks in otherwise lustrous fields, struck with flat rims, good extremely fine and increasingly sought after, in NGC holder, graded MS61 (Cert. #6295175-009)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS62 | Victoria (1837-1901), 'Golden Jubilee' Two-Pounds, 1887, 'doubled-eye', rev. small date and B.P., edge milled, 12h (Dyer & Lubbock 2b/2; Spink 3865), extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6295175-010)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS62 | Victoria (1837-1901), 'Golden Jubilee' Two-Pounds, 1887, normal eye, rev. large date and B.P., edge milled, 12h (Dyer & Lubbock 2c/3a; Spink 3865), extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6295175-011)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC PF63 ULTRA CAMEO | Victoria (1837-1901), 'Golden Jubilee' Proof Sovereign, 1887, by J E Boehm and B Pistrucci, 'Jubilee' bust left, thirteen pearls, repositioned tight legend, rev. St George and Dragon, edge milled, 7.97g, 12h (Montagu 1576; W&R 333; Marsh 125E; Spink 3866B), faint hairlines in otherwise gloriously brilliant fields, intensely sharp cameo definition, a sublime example of this surprisingly elusive proof, in NGC holder, graded PF63 ULTRA CAMEO (Cert. 6295111-005)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more info...

(g) Victoria (1837-1901), 'Old Head' Proof Sovereign, 1893, veiled or 'widow' head left, rev. St George and Dragon, edge milled, 8.00g, 1h (Marsh 145A; W&R 341; Spink 3874), the faintest wisps of friction in otherwise brilliant fields, the portrait beautifully cameo, virtually as struck, in NGC holder, exceptionally harshly graded Proof Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. 6295111-006)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsM Rasmussen, 1 October 2002 - practically FDC - £1,450Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Victoria (1837-1901), 'Old Head', Sovereign, 1900, veiled 'Widow' head left, rev. St. George and Dragon, edge milled, 7.99g, 12h (Marsh 151; Spink 3874), an unfortunate scuff on eye, otherwise lustrous with further mint frosting, struck details much as issuedProvenanceSeaby, 1965 - £7.0.0 [Inventory ticket no. 653616]Seaby, 1962 [Inventory ticket no. 62289(-)]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS64 | Victoria (1837-1901), Half-Sovereign, 1901, old head left, rev. St George and dragon, milled edge, 12h (Marsh 496; Spink 3878), some light contact marks to fields and devices, otherwise lustrous, near extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS64 (Cert. #6295134-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC PF61-PF63 MATTE | Edward VII (1901-1910), Coronation Specimen 'Short Set', 1902, Sovereign to Maundy Penny (11) (S.PS10), a delightfully choice sandblasted proof set, all as struck or very near so, in Royal Mint case of issue (11), in NGC holders (Cert. #6295140), graded PF62 (010); PF61 (011); PF61 (001); PF60 (002); PF61 (003); PF61 (004); PF62 (005); PF62 (006); PF63 (007); PF62 (008); PF62 (009) (11)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC PF61 MATTE | Edward VII (1901-1910), Matte Proof Sovereign, 1902, by de Saulles and Pistrucci, bare head right, rev. St George and Dragon, edge milled, 8.00g, 12h (W&R 408; Marsh 174A; Spink 3969), a lovely sandblasted proof, much as struck, in NGC holder, conservatively graded PF61 MATTE (Cert. 6295111-007)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS64+ | Edward VII (1901-1910), Britannia Florin, 1902, bare head right, rev. Standing Britannia, edge milled, 12h (Bull 3577; ESC 919; Spink 3981), lightly toned and lustrous, choice mint state, in NGC holder, graded MS64+ (Cert. #5841274-025)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Edward VII (1901-1910), Matte Proof Shilling, 1902, bare head right, rev. lion atop crown, edge milled, 12h (Bull 3588; ESC 1411; Spink 3982), lightly toned, much as struck, in LCGS holder, graded CGS 85Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC PF65-PF67+ | George V (1910-1936), Coronation 'Short' Specimen Set, 1911 (10), Sovereign and Half-Sovereign, Halfcrown to Sixpence and Maundy Set (Spink PS12), a sumptuous proof set, the silver dappled with light colourful tone overlying glass-like brilliance, all brilliant uncirculated or very near so, only 952 sets distributed in this format (10), in NGC holders (Cert. #6295139), extraordinarily graded PF67 (004); PF67 (005); PF66 (001); PF67+ (002); PF67 (003); PF66 (006); PF66 (007); PF67 (008); PF66 (009); PF65 (010) (10)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information...

(g) NGC PF66 CAMEO | George V (1910-1936), Coronation Proof Sovereign, 1911, by B Mackennal and B Pistrucci, bare head left, rev. St. George and Dragon, edge milled, 8.00g, 12h (Stratos 148; W&R 416; Marsh 213A; Spink 3996), an arresting example, even for this commonly encountered and enduringly popular proof, brilliant uncirculated or very near so, in NGC holder, superlatively graded PF66 CAMEO (Cert. 6295111-008)ProvenanceThe Lansdown Collection of Guineas and SovereignsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF63-PF66 | George V (1910-1936), Specimen Proof Set, 1927 (6), Wreath Crown to Threepence (Spink PS14), a beautiful proof set, most handsomely accentuated with handsome iridescence, brilliant uncirculated, with Royal Mint case of issue (6), in NGC holders (Cert. #6295141), highly graded PF66 (001); PF66 (002); PF63 (003); PF66 (004); PF66 (005); PF66 (006) (6)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC PF64 | George V (1910-1936), 'VIP' Proof 'Wreath' Crown, 1931, by Bertram Mackennal and Kruger Gray, bare head left, rev. crown and value in wreath adorned with national floral emblems, edge milled, 28.30g, 12h (L&S 40; Bull 3640 [R6]; ESC 371A; Spink 4036), light gunmetal tone, overlying brilliant fields, much as struck, extremely rare as a proof, in NGC holder, highly graded PF64 (Cert. 6295112-001) [Top Pop]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Captain Cook's Second Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, 1772, "Resolution and Adventure" or "Otaheite" AE Medal, GEORGE III KING OF GR BRITAIN FRANCE AND IRELAND ETC, laureate head right, B.F. on truncation, rev. view of the frigates "Resolution" and "Adventure" with respective names above, SAILED FROM ENGLAND | MARCH MDCCLXXII in exergue, 43mm, 31.32g, 12h (Betts 552; BHM 165; MH 373; Eimer 744), with contemporary but possibly non-original brass loop for suspension attached, therefore probably intended for use in presentation to 'Natives' on the voyage, and the usual die flaw on reverse, otherwise...

(x) Bolivia, Republic, Gold Scudo, 1832 over 1, PTS-JL, Potosi, uniformed bust of Simon Bolivar right, rev. Sunset behind Mountain, Llama standing in foreground, edge obliquely milled, 3.37g, 5h (KM 98; Fb. 24), removed from a mount with smoothing to rim, otherwise residually lustrous and lightly toned, a really bold fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Glendining, 22-23 November 1972, lot 155 [Seaby for Webber]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Bolivia, Constitutional Republic and Plurinational State, 1856 PTS-FJ over MJ, Potosi, Manuel Berrios and Joaquin Zemborain (Assayers), laureate head of Simón Bolívar right, rev. Sunset behind Mountain, Llama in foreground, edge obliquely milled, 27.10g, 6h (KM 116; Fb. 34; Calico 1604), a delightfully lustrous and partially mint-frosted example, much as struck, scarce in this exemplary gradeProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Brazil, João V (1706-1750), 20,000-Réis, 1726 M, Minas Gerais, IOANNES. V. DG. PORT. ET. ALG. REX, Crowned shield, rev. IN HIC SIGNO VINCES, M's in angles, security edge, 53.75g, 6h (Gomes 106.03; KM. 117; Fb. 33), lightly wiped, otherwise struck details near extremely fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 1973 - £625 [Inventory no. 730881]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Brazil, José I (1750-1777), Moidore or 4,000 Reis, 1774, Lisbon, edge milled, 8.07g, 12h (Gomes 65.18; LDMB 0324; KM 171.2; Fb. 73), adjustment marks and scratches to peripheries, otherwise lightly toned, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Brazil, Pedro II (1831-1889), 'Papo de Tocano' Gold 20-000 Réis, 1851, Rio de Janeiro, large Coronation bust left, rev. crowned shield in wreath, edge milled, 17.79g, 6h (KM 461; Fb. 119; LMB 631; AI.O634; Bentes 583.03), a small edge bruise at 2 o'clock, and once lightly wiped, otherwise lustrous, struck details approaching extremely fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Bulgaria, Ferdinand I (1887-1908), Gold 20-Leva, 1894 KB, Kremnitz, incuse edge lettered, 6.42g, 7h (Varesi 239; Fb. 3; KM 20), faint rim furls and lightly wiped, otherwise residually brilliant, only near very fine, but sought afterProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Canada, Newfoundland, Victoria, Gold 2-Dollars, 1888, London [TWO HUNDRED CENTS / ONE HUNDRED PENCE], dot before and after NEWFOUNDLAND, edge milled, 3.35g, 7h (Fb. 1; D.3; Schl. 982; KM 5), faint bagmarks, otherwise lustrous, the obverse proof-like, good extremely fine, scarce in this excellent conditionProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Glendining, 22-23 November 1972, lot 182 [Seaby for Webber]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Canada, George V (1910-1936), Gold 10-Dollars, 1912 C, Ottawa, crowned bust left, rev. square-topped shield in floral garnish, edge milled, 16.76g, 12h (Fb. 3; Schl. 850), bright and bagmarked, otherwise lustrous, a really bold very fine / extremely fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, March 1973 - G2327 - EF/FDC - £122.50 [Inventory 730147]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Assistance Given to the United Provinces of Holland during the Anglo-Spanish War, 1586, AR Medal, E • R • EST • ALTRIX • ESVRIENTIVM • EVM • Queen enthroned, a courtier (Earl of Leicester ?) beside her, presentin a sword to two kneeling figures, rev. * SERMO • DEI • QVO : ENSE • ANCIPI : ACVTIOR, an upright sword, coming through celestial clouds, 29mm, 6.08g, 1h (Eimer 52; MI i 133/87; van Loon I, 359), a handful of light contact marks to reverse, otherwise darkly toned, extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1589, AE 'Thanksgiving' Jetton, TANDEM • BONA • CAVSA • TRIVMPHAT • 1589 • , seated figure in a carriage left, holding an open book inscribed with the Lord's Prayer in Dutch, rev. SI • NON • VIRIBVS • AT • CAVSA • POTIORES, young birds in their nest defend themselves against a bird of prey, BELLV NECESS across field, divided by the tree trunk, 29mm, 5.25g (Eimer 63; MI i 153/128; MH 1919; van Loon I, 228/2), some damage to edge and lightly rubbed, otherwise very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Naval Actions off Zeeland, Victories of Prince Maurice of Nassau, AR Medal, 1598, Middelburg, DEVS • CAVSAM • NOSTRAM • AGIT • 15-89, crowned shield set atop anchor saltire, rev. IN VICTORIA GRATI, man and woman thank God, 30mm., 5.90g (Dugn 3444; van Loon I, 507), scratches and rub with patchy tone, otherwise a bolder fine, rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Alliance of England, France and the United Provinces of Holland, AR Medal, 1609, of Dutch manufacture, A • DOMINO • FACTVM • EST • ISTVD •, hand issuing from heaven holds a cord uniting the three shields of the allies, rev. ORD • FŒD | BELG • A • REG • | HISP • ET • ARCHID | LIBERI • AGNITI • | POST | BEL • CONT • 42 | AN • INDVCI • PACISC | INTERV • REG • GAL • | ET • MAG • BRIT • ET | CVM • IISD • FŒD | RENOVANT | 1609 in eleven lines, 29mm, 6.14g, 1h (Eimer 87b; MI i 197/22; van Loon II, 50), darkened surfaces with hints of lustre,...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Marriage of Charles I and Henrietta Maria, AR Medal, 1625, by P. Regnier, CH• MAG• ET• HEN• MA• BRIT• REX• ET• REG, draped busts facing, celestial rays above, rev. FVNDIT• AMOR• LILIA• MIXTA• ROSIS•, Cupid walking, scatters roses and lillies, celestial rays above, .1625. in exergue, 24mm, 3.18g (Eimer 105A; MI i 238/1; FR 101-06), the obverse slightly double struck, otherwise richly toned and lustrous, near extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsBaldwins, c. 1965 - £1.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Tribute to Henrietta Maria, AR Medal, 1628, by N. Briot, HENR • MAR • BORBON • D : G • MAG • BRI • FRAN • ET • HIB • REG, conjoined shields of England and France, below HM monogram, rev. SVPERE MINET OMNES, a tree in the foreground of a grove dwarfs the others; beyond, ships at sea, 1628 in exergue, 28mm, 5.43g (Eimer 110; MI i 249/23), attractively toned and residually lustrous, good very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsBaldwins, c. 1965 - £3.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Birth of Prince Charles, AR Medal, 1630, HACTENVS * ANGLORVM * NVLLI •:• *, four oval-shaped shields of England and France, Scotland and France and Ireland, united in the centre, rev. IN • HONOR '. | CARO '. PRINC '. | MAG '. BRI '. FR '. | ET • HI '. NAT • 29 | MAII • 1630 • within a decorative frame, 30mm, 4.57g, 1h (Eimer 116; MI i 254/35-36), lustrous and attractively toned with hues of blue, extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, January 1965, no. 336 - EF - £2.10.0Subject to 20% VAT...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Baptism of Prince James, Duke of York, AR Medal, 1633, by Nicholas Briot, * NON • SIC • MILLE • COHORTES • Prince's arms with garnished shield, with ducal coronet, rev. within wreath of lilies and roses, IACOBVS | DVX • EBOR | • NAT • 15 • OCT • | • BAPTIZ .' | • 24 • NOVE : | • 1633, 30mm, 3.56g, 1h (Eimer 126B; MI i 268/65; FR 161-3), light rubbing to reverse, otherwise richly toned, good very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, January 1965, no. 337 - EF - £2.10.0Struck to commemorate the bir...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Scottish Rebellion, AR Medal, 1639, by Thomas Simon, (m.m.) CAROLVS • D .' G .' MAG .' BRIT .' FRAN .' ET • HIB .' REX •, equestrian figure, holding a staff, tramples upon symbols of war, rev. • QVOS • DEVS •, a hand issuing from the clouds holds a cord linking a rose and thistle, rosette stops, 27mm, 4.48g, m.m. lis (Eimer 134; MI i 283/94), slightly creased and with some scuffing, darkly toned, fine or marginally better and rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, January 1969, M4, 'R, nearly VF'...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Charles I (1625-1649), Oval Cast and Chased AR Royalist Memorial Badge, undated, by Thomas Rawlins, draped bust left, rev. incuse crowned Royal arms, within garter, 27mm x 20mm, 2.85g, 12h (MI i, 361/235), lightly rubbed, otherwise lightly toned, very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsHelen Farquhar, Collection of Charles I, Glendining, 25 April 1955, lot 155 [part] - £21.0.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Trial and Execution of William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury (1573-1645), AR Medal, c. 1680, by John Roettier, GVIL • LAVD • ARCHIEPISC • CANTVAR • X • IAN • 1644 •, robed and capped bust right, rev. SANCTI • CAROLI • | PRÆCVRSOR •, infant angel ascending to heaven, carrying mitre and crozier, followed by two others bearing the King's crown, sceptre and orb, below a view of London, 82.60g, 59mm. (Eimer 145; MI i. 315/147; Foley 270), lightly cleaned with scratch in obverse field and usual die flaw below bust, very minor rim bruising,...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Release of Giles Strangways (1615-1675), AR Medal, 1648, by John Roettier, AEGIDIVS • STRANGWAYS • DE • MELBVRY • IN • COM • DORCHESTER • ARMIGER, draped bust right, rev. DECVSQVE • ADVERSA • DEDERVNT •, view of the Tower of London with the Royal Standard flying, above sun piercing clouds, INCARCERATVS • SEPT • 1645 | LIBERATVS • APR • 1648 in exergue in two lines, 86.89g, 62mm, 12h (Eimer 153; MI i, 333/177), some contact marks to fields and devices, otherwise darkly toned and residually lustrous, extremely fine, rareProvenanceThe Be...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Charles I (1625-1649), AR Memorial Medal, c. 1695, by Norbert Roettier, CAROL • I • D • G • M • B • F • ET • H • REX • & • GLOR • MEM •, cuirassed bust right, rev. REX PACIFICVS | VICTVS | VINCEBAT HOSTES | VICTOR |TRIVMPHAT IN | COELIS, 105.96g, 59mm, 1h (MI i. 346/199; van Loon II, 320; Platt I, type A, pp. 260; Foley 292), stain at 11 o'clock in reverse field, pitted and cracked, otherwise some toning, very fine, rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, January 1967 - nearly VF, R - £8.10.0Subjec...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Death of Cromwell, 1658, AR Medal, of Dutch Manufacture in the late 17th Century, after Thomas Simon, OLIVAR • D • G • RP • ANG • SCO • HIBERNIA • PROTECTOR, laureate and cuirassed bust left, rev. NON • DEFITIENT • OLIVA • SEP • 3 • 1658•, Shepherd attending his flock near an olive tree, 59mm, 46.23g, 11h (Eimer 200; Mi i, 435/85), a couple of faint scratches and hairlines to reverse field, otherwise highly lustrous under lightly toned surfaces with further mint frosting to central devices, a most pleasing extremely fine, very rarePro...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Charles II (1660-1685), AR Royalist Supporters Cast and Chased Badge, undated, CAROLUS SECUNDUS, draped bust almost facing right, rev. incuse Royal arms within garter, 26mm, 22mm, 2.68g (MI i, 437/1), rubbed and slightly bent, otherwise fine to very fine, with suspension loop and rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsHelen Farquhar, Collection of Charles I, Glendining, 25 April 1955, lot 276 [part] - very fine, rare - £12.0.0 [via Seaby]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Restoration of Charles II, AR Medal, 1660, by Thomas Simon, CVM • DVPLICATVR • ONVS • REDIT • MOYSES •, Moses approaching the people of Israel while brickmaking under Egyptian taskmasters, rev. inscription within a wreath of oak, • IN • | AETER : MEMOR : | CAROLI • II • MA : BR : | FRANC : ET • HIBERN : | CLEMENTISSIMI • | REGIS : REDS • | 29 • MAII : | 1660 •, edge plain, 31mm, 13.15g, 6h (Eimer 217; MI ii 462/56, van Loon II, 464), darkly toned, extremely fine, very rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Me...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Coronation of Charles II, AR Medal, 1661, by Thomas Simon, CAROLVS • II • D • G | ANG • SCO • FR • ET• HI • REX •, crowned and draped bust right, rev. EVERSO • MISSVS • SVCCVRRERE • SECLO • XXIII • APR • 1661, the King enthroned, crowned by Peace hovering above, 29mm, 9.06g, 12h (Eimer 221; MI i 472/76), some rubbing to high points, otherwise attractively toned, a really good very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, April 1971, no. 4737 - good F - £8The official coronation issue. Struck for dist...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Marriage of Charles II to Catherine of Braganza, AR Medal, 1662, CAROLVS • II • D • G • MAG • BRIT • FRAN • ET • HIB • REX, laureate head right, rev. CATHER • D • G • MAG • BRIT • FRAN • ET • HIB • REGINA, draped bust right, 35mm, 14.75g (Eimer –; MI ii, 488/109; van Loon II, 471), a touch of rub and a handful of contact marks to reverse, otherwise handsomely toned and lustrous, a most attractive example, almost extremely fine, rare, especially in this stateProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSpink, by p...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Peace of Breda, AR Medal, 1667, by John Roettier, CAROLVS • SECVNDVS • DEI • GRATIA • MAG • BRIT • FRAN • ET • HIBER • REX, laureate and draped bust right, rev. FAVENTE DEO, Britannia seated on the sea-shore, reviews her fleet, BRITANNIA in exergue, CAROLVS SECVNDVS PACIS ET IMPERII RESTITVTOR AVGVSTVS upwards on edge, 76.44g, 58mm, 12h (Eimer 241; MI i, 535/186; van Loon II, 522; Pax 270; MH.65), metal flaw in obverse field to right of bust, nevertheless toned over darkened surfaces, highly lustrous and thoroughly attractive, near ex...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Marriage of William III of Orange to Princess Mary 1677, by Nicholas Chevalier, GVILH • III • D • G • PRIN • AVR • HOL • ET • WES • GV •, armoured bust right, rev. MARIA • D • G • AVR • PRIN • NAT • DE • IORC •, hair breaded with pearls, bust left, 42mm, 31.88g (Eimer 256; MI i, 568/235; Farquhar 1910/208; van Loon III, 222), a handful of very slight rim nicks, otherwise lustrous and darkly toned, a most pleasing extremely fine, rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, October 1969, no. 7859 - rare,...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | James II (1685-1688), AR Accession Medallion, 1685, by Wermuth, IACOBVS • II • D • G • ANG • REX, armoured three-quarters bust right, rev. TVEBITVR OMNES, burning lamp upon an altar, 17mm., 3.93g, 12h (Eimer 272; MI i 604/4), slightly rubbed to top of obverse edge, otherwise well struck and with attractive toning, extremely fine and very rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, January 1967, M43 -good EF, RRR - £5.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | James II (1685-1688), AR Coronation Medal, 1685, by John Roettier, IACOBVS • II • D • G • ANG • SCO • FR • ET • HI • REX, laureate and draped bust right, rev. A • MILITARI • AD • REGIAM •, laurel wreath upon a cushion, above a crown held by a hand issuing from heaven, INAVGVRAT • 23 • AP • 1685 in exergue in two lines, 35mm, 16.60g (Eimer 273; MI i 605/5-6; van Loon III, 303), rubbed, with patchy staining and toning, otherwise a bolder very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, December 1964, no....

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Mary of Modena, consort of James II, AR Coronation Medal, 1685, by John Roettier, MARIA • D • G • ANG • SCO • FR • ET • HI • REGINA •, laureate and draped bust right, rev. O • DEA • CERTE, the Queen seated upon a mound, 35mm, 16.33g, 12h (Eimer 274; MI i, 606/7), slight rub to high points and some contact marks to fields, otherwise attractively toned, bolder very fine, scarce with only 400 reportedly struckProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, July/August 1966, no. 4284 - about EF - £7.10.0Subject to...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Coronation of James II and Mary, AR Medal, 1685, by George Bower, IACOBVS • II • MAG • BRI • FRAN • ET • HIB • REX, laureate and draped bust right, rev. • MARIA • D • G • MAG • BRI • FRN • ET • HIB • REGINA, N retrograde, laureate and draped bust right, 29mm, 9.59g, 12 (MI i 608/12), lightly rubbed, HIB and REX in the obverse legend double struck and the Ns reversed in the reverse legend, otherwise lightly toned, very fine, very rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, October 1967, M254 - good VF -...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | James II, Duke of York, AR Jeton, in the style of Simon van der Passe, undated, IAMS • DVKE• OF• YORKE, draped and wearing a cap, three-quarters bust right, rev. Royal arms, crowned, 25mm, 2.10g, 1h, softly struck and with patchy toning, otherwise almost very fine, rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Archbishop Sandcroft and the Bishops, Cast and Chased AR Medal, 1688, after George Bower, GVIL • SANCROFT • ARCHIEPISC • CANTVAR • 1688, wearing cap and clerical robed, bust right, rev. seven medallions containing the portraits of the bishops, stars between, 50mm, 26.26g, 12h (Eimer 288B; MI i 622/37), scratch to obverse field right of bust, with dark and somewhat patchy surfaces, yet hints of lustre beneath, good very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, February 1968, M332 - 'a contemporary ca...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Landing of William III of Orange at Torbay, AR Medal, 1688, of Dutch Manufacture, SOLI DEO GLORIA, Liberty personified, leaning upon a bible beneath an orange tree in bloom, rev. IN TVITIONEM RELIG PROTES, BRITANNIA in field below, TORBAY to left, Belgic lion holds clutch of arrows and sword, trampling serpent near overthrown column of Magna Carta, edge plain, 44mm, 24.93g, 12h (MI ii 641/67), a sublime example, beautifully cabinet toned overlying proof-like original surfaces, good extremely fine and much as issued, very rare in this...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | William and Mary (1688-1694), AR Coronation Medal, 1689, by John Roettier, GVLIELMVS • ET • MARIA • REX • REGINA • conjoined laureate and draped busts right, rev. NE TOTVS ABSVMATVR, Jove hurls thunder at Phaethon falling from his chariot, edge plain, 35mm, 16.34g, 12h (Eimer 312; MI ii 662/25; van Loon III 379), die flaw to toothed border of obverse at 9 o'clock, and some carbonised spotting largely to reverse, otherwise toned and rather pleasing, almost extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medal...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Mary, as Regent, AR Medallet or supposed 'Pattern Farthing', 1690, by Roettier, MARIA • II • DEI • GRA •, bust right, rev. EX NOCTE DIEM, full moon, amid clouds, above a landscape, 22mm, 2.93g, 12h (Eimer 321; MI ii 705/112), lightly rubbed to high points and some contact marks right of face, otherwise toned with hues of ochre and with residual lustre, good very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Battle of La Hogue, 19-23 May 1692, AR Medal, DIVUMQ : SIBI POSCEBAT HONOREM, Neptune drives Louis XIV in his marine chariot inscribed RUSS : ET ALMON, distant ships in flames, PSEUDONET : OCEAN : EXP : | PUGN : AD BARFL. | MDCXCII in exergue in three lines, rev. NVNC PLVRIBVS IMPAR., blowing up of the Soleil Royal, her stern decorated with a meridian sun and the motto NEC PLURIB. IMP., BRIT. BAT: Q. VIRTUTE MDCXCII in exergue in two lines, edge plain 37mm, 33.28g (MI 58/255), attractively and richly toned in shades of blue and ochre,...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Nicholas Witsen, Ambassador to England and Amsterdam Burgomaster, AR Medallet, 1695, N • WITSEN CONS • AMST • AD REGEM ANGLLAE LEGAIVS MDCXCV, bust right, rev. LABOR OMNIA VINCIT, battering ram, with ram’s head, breaking down a city wall, 24mm, 7.86g (MI ii 147/408; cf. van Loon III, 438), some light bagmarks to obverse and a touch of rub, otherwise toned and lustrous, a bolder very fine / near extremely fine, very rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsThe reverse alludes to Witsen’s skills as an engin...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Treaty of Ryswick and the State of Britain in 1697, AR Medal, 1697, by John Croker, GVLIELMUS • III • DEI • GRA : MAG : BR : FRA : ET : HIB : REX, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. RESTITVTORI, Britannia seated and holding her trident and shield, beside her an olive-branch resting upon a book, BRITANNIA MDCXCVII in exergue in two lines, 108.96g, 71mm, 12h (Eimer 372; MI ii, 192/499), toned and lustrous, about extremely fine, a splendid rendition of this attractive and wholesome medalProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Anne (1702-1714), AR Accession Medal, 1702, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BR : FR : ET • HIB : REGINA •, crowned and draped bust left, rev. ENTIRELY ENGLISH, heart surrounded by crowned wreath of laurel and oak branches, all set on pediment inscribed ATAVIS REGIBVS, edge plain, 35mm, 15.72g, 2h (Eimer 388; MI ii 277/1), curious peripheral toning with underlying lustre, near extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsBaldwins, by private treaty, c. 1965 - £3.10.0In addressing the two Houses...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Anne (1702-1714), AR Coronation Medal, 1702, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BR : FR : ET • HIB : REGINA •, draped bust left, rev. VICEM GERIT • ILLA • TONANTIS •, Anne as Pallas hurles thunder against a double headed and four armed monster, edge plain, 16.18g, 12h (Eimer 390; MI ii 228/4; van Loon IV, 347; Wollaston 10), some scratches to face, and a touch of rub to high points, otherwise toned, near extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsBaldwins, by private treaty, c. 1965 - £3.10.0Su...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Expedition to Vigo Bay, AR Medal, 1702, by J. Boskam, ANNA • D G • MAG • BR • FR • ET • HIB • REGINA, draped bust left, rev. GALL • HISP • Q • CLASS • EXPUG • COMB • CAPT •, fleet attacking a fort and ships in harbour, BRIT • BATAV • Q • EXPEO • AD VIGOS MDCCII in exergue in three lines, 44mm, 33.73g, 12h (Eimer 393; MI 237/20), beautifully lustrous and toned, especially in legends, a thoroughly pleasing extremely fine, rare especially in this stateProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, November 1965,...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Capitulation of Towns on the River Meuse, AR Medal, 1702, by John Croker, ANNA • DEI • GRA • MAG • BR • FRA • ET HIB : REGINA •, crowned and draped bust left, rev. VIRES • ANIMVMQVE • MINISTRAT •, columns of soldiers near artillery bombarding a fortified city, CAPTIS • COLONIA • TRAJANA • VENLOA • RVREMVNDA • STEPHANOVERDA • LEODIO • MDCCII • in exergue in five lines, 37mm, 17.99g, 1h (Eimer 396; MI ii 241/26; v Loon IV 358), two die flaws through reverse field, otherwise lightly toned and lustrous, good very fineProvenanceThe Bernard...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Duke of Marlborough, and Cities Captured, AR Medal, 1703, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BR : FRA : ET • HIB : REGINA •, hair bound with fillet, draped bust left, rev. SINE • CLADE • VICTOR • a female figure kneeling presents three keys upon a salver to Marlborough on horseback, CAPTIS • BONNA • HVO • LIMBVRGO • 1703 • in exergue in three lines, edge plain, 42mm, 36.96g, 12h (Eimer 400; MI ii 246/35; van Loon IV, 395), a wondrous example, quite brilliant and lustrous and strikingly toned with hues of electric blue and pinks, a h...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Queen Anne's Bounty, AR Medal, 1704, by John Croker, ANNA AVGVSTA, laureate and draped bust left, rev. within banner PIETAS • AVGVSTA •, Anne seated right, presents a charter to kneeling clergy, edge plain, 44mm, 33.93g, 12h (Eimer 404; MI 251/43), the faintest rim nicks, otherwise lustrous and toned, a beautifully high relief medal, extremely fine or very near soProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, November 1965, no. 6557 - almost EF - £5.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informati...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Battle of Blenheim, AR Medal, 1704, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BR : FRA : ET • HIB : REG •, draped bust right, rev. DE • GALL : ET • BAV : AD • BLENHEIM •, Britannia seated on a globe, holder Victory with her outstretched arm, a bound captive seated to right, CAPT ET • CAES : XXXM : SIGN : RELAT • CL XIII • MDCCIV : in exergue in three linesedge plain, 34mm, 16.10g, 12h (Eimer 409; MI ii 256/49; van Loon IV, 427), some faint marks to cheek, otherwise reminiscently proof-like surfaces and toning to legends and recesses, extre...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Capture of Gibraltar and Naval Engagement off Malaga, AR Medal, 1704, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET • HIB : REG :, draped bust left, rev. VICTORIAE • NAVALES •, Neptune in his marine care offers his trident and crown to Britannia, CALPE • EXPVG • ET • GALL • VICT • MDCCIV • in exergue in three lines, edge plain, 40mm, 23.91g, 2h (Eimer 410; MI ii 266/64), some contact marks to fields and face, and staining spots, otherwise rubbed and toned with blue hues, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection o...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | British Victories and Capture of Gibraltar, AR Medal, 1704, by P H Muller, ANNA • D • G • MAG • BR • FR • ET • HIB • REGINA, draped bust left, rev. MARIS IMPERIVM ASSERT • PORTV GIBRALTAR CAPTO • CLASSE GALL • FVGATA •, Neptune rising from the sea presents crown and trident to Britannia who holds small figure of Victory, GALLICA NVNC IVPATIS TEMPERET ORA FRANIS HORAT on edge downwards, signed by F. Kleinert, 44mm, 29.66g, 12h (Eimer –; MI ii, 269/69; van Loon IV, 454, 2), slight rub to hair and faint bruising, otherwise toned and lust...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Barcelona Relieved, AR Medal, 1706, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G • MAG • BR • FR • HIB : REG •, draped bust left, rev. BARCELONA • LIB • GALLIS • FVG •, the city and harbour of Barcelona, above the sun eclipsed, edge plain, I • MAII • MDCCVI • in exergue, 35mm, 14.81g, 12h (Eimer 418; MI ii 280/86; MH 1919, 136; van Loon IV, 33), faint nailmarks to reverse, otherwise quite brilliant with attractive overlying gunmetal tone, extremely fine or very near soProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSeaby, by privat...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Victories of Anne over Louis XIV, AR Medal, 1706, LVDOVICVS MAGNVS ANNA MAIOR, Anne armed as Minerva overthrows Louis XIV armed as a Roman warrior, rev. twelve shields around, CVRA PVGNACIS FACTA MINERVAE, Victory with a palm leaf and crown, city in the distance, XII• VRBES CVM PROVINCIIS INTRA XV • D: RECEPTAE • 1706 in exergue in four lines, DOMINVS TRADIDIT EVM IN MANVS FOEMINAE downwards on edge, 43mm, 29.87g, 12h (MI ii 288/97), very slight bruise to reverse edge at 12 o'clock, otherwise lustrous and toned, a handsome medal, extr...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Success of the Allies in Spain and Brabant, AR Medal, 1706, by Martin Smeltzing, SIC OBSCURATUR GLORIA MAGNI REGIS, segment of globe marked EUROPA above clouds obscuring the sun, MDCCVI in exergue, rev. DOMINUMQUE IN REGNA TULERE, three laurel circles with view of Barcelona, Ramillies and Madrid surrounding medallion of Charles III, edge plain, 44mm, 37.45g, 12h (MI ii 291/101; Montenuovo 1342; van Loon V, 31), die flaw across obverse, otherwise with lustrous and lightly toned fields, extremely fine and very rareProvenanceThe Bernard...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Union of England and Scotland, AR Medal, 1707, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G • MAG : BRI : FR : ET • HIB : REG :, crowned and draped bust left, rev. MAII • I • MDCCVII, British shield within the Garter, upon a pedestal inscribed with the double cypher of AR; supported by Lion and Unicorn, edge plain, 47mm, 41.42g, 12h (Eimer 424; MI ii, 295/107-10), some partial carbonisation and staining, otherwise lustrous under darkened surfaces, with petrol blue and ochre accentuation, extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Union of England and Scotland, AR Medal, 1707, by John Croker and S Bull, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BR : FRA : ET • HIB : REG •, draped bust left, rev. Arms of Britain upon escutcheon, supported on a platform inscribed SEMPER EADEM, and decorated with a rose and thistle; two infant genii support a crown above the arms and collar and George of the Garter, edge plain, 35mm, 15.77g, 12h (Eimer 425; MI ii 296/111-13; Farquhar 1913/260), light fingermark right of bust, otherwise lustrous with proof-like surfaces, an outstanding example of this...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Attempted Invasion of Scotland, AR Medal, 1708, by M. Brunner, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BR : FRA : ET • HIB : REGINA •, draped bust left, rev. • INIMICVS ODOR APPETITV FORTIO •, an ass about to feed upon a thistle is driven away by a female figure holding a rose, GALLI SCOTIAM AGGRESSVRI SOLO ANGLORVM ASPECTV FVGANTVR • 1708, in exergue in four lines, IN FELIX OPERAM PERDAS, VT SI QVIS ASELLVM IN CAMPVM DOCEAT, HOR: SERM. L. I. downwards on edge, 43mm, 29.11g, 12h (Eimer 429; MI ii 321/146), a beautiful example of this very seldom encount...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Attempted Invasion of Scotland, AR Medal, 1708, AR, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET • HIB : REG :, draped bust left, rev. CLASSE • GALL • FVG •, Britannia, armed, protects the crouching figure of Scotia from the French fleet in fight; one of their ships lying obstructed in the harbour, AD • FRETVM • EDENBVRG • XIV • MARTII • MDCCVIII in exergue in three lines, edge plain, 40mm, 23.19g, 12h (Eimer 430; MI ii 316/141; MH 1919, 139), toned, highly lustrous and reminiscently proof-like in appearance, a pleasing extreme...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Battle of Oudenarde, Prince Eugene of Savoy and the Duke of Marlborough, AR Medal, 1708, IVSTITIAQVE DEDIT GENTES FRENARE SVPERBAS, Marlborough and Eugene as Roman generals, STRAGES GALLORVM PROPE ALDENARDAM. 11 IVLY 1708., in exergue in three lines, rev. HAEC SVNT SPOLIA DE REGE SVPERBO, Victory advances and points to captured arms and two captives, FVROR GALLORVM FRACTVS. in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 44mm., 36.50g, 11h (MI, ii 323/149), the reverse struck slightly off centre, otherwise with proof-like surfaces, lustrous and...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Capture of Sardinia and Minorca, AR Medal, 1708, by John Croker, ANNA • D : G : MAG : BRI : FRA : ET • HIB : REG :, draped bust left, rev. SARDINIA : ET • BALEARIS MINOR • CAPTAE, Victory standing on a conch floating in the sea; on either side, beyond, are two islands, MDCCVIII • in exergue, edge plain, 40mm, 21.97g, 12h (Eimer 434; MI ii 329/157; MH 1919, 146), light scratch above hair fillet and ink staining in reverse field, nevertheless toned under somewhat darkened surfaces and lustrous, near extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Citadel of Lille Taken, AR Medal, 1708, struck at Nuremberg probably by M. Brunner or C. T. Lauffer, GALLIA MOERENS OB LILIVM DEPERDITVM, Gallia seated bemoans one lily dropped from her shield, INSVLA FLANDR. CVM CASTELLO RESTI TVTA in exergue in three linesrev. FOEDERATIS ADITVS IN GALLIAM APERTVS, a detailed view of Lille, VRBE REDDITA D. 23. OCT. CASTELLO D. 9 DEC. M DCC VIII. in exergue in three lines, TEMPVS VLTIONIS EST A DOMINO. VICISSITVDINEM IPSE TRIBVET ET TEREM. LI. 6 on edge upwards, 45mm, 29.99g, 12h (MI ii 340/171; EiN 1...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Siege and Capture of Tournai, 1709, AR medal, by Martin Brunner, VT MELIVS PROCEDAT, Genius of Tornay and Victory, rev. SOLVTA CATENIS INSVRGIT, the city under bombardment, TORNACVM CAP : | TVM • MDCCIX • in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 44mm, 36.16g, 12h (MI ii 356/192; van Loon V, 141), a handful of very light contact marks, otherwise highly lustrous, toned with hues of petrol blue and ochre, near extremely fine, very rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, November 1965, no. 6570 - A well str...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Battle of Malplaquet, AR Medal, 1709, ANNA • D : G • MAG : BRI : FR : ET • HIB : REG :, crowned and draped bust left, rev. CONCORDIA • ET • VIRTVTE, French entrenchments in a wood attacked, Victory flying above, with two large laurel leaves, GALLIS • AD • TAISNIERE • DEVICTIS • AVG : XXXI • in exergue in four lines, edge plain, 47mm, 32.96g, 1h (Eimer 438; MI ii 359/197), a handful of light contact marks, otherwise darkly toned with hues of petrol blue and ochre, lustrous, extremely fine and most attractiveProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | The French Lines Passed and Bouchain Taken, AR Medal, 1711, by John Croker and S. Bull, ANNA AVGVSTA, laureate bust left, rev. HOSTES • AD • DEDITIONEM • COACTI •, French soldier surrenders his sword to a female figure seated amongst captured arms and holding a shield inscribed FORTVNA MANEMS, town in distance, VALLO • GALLORVM • SVPERATO • ET • BVCHEMIO • CAPTO • MDCCXI • in exergue in three lines, edge plain, 45mm, 34.04g, 12h (Eimer 450; MI ii, 385/237, van Loon V, 188), a splendacious example, richly cabinet toned overlying highly...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Peace of Utrecht, 1713, AR Medal, by John Croker, ANNA • D G • MAG : BRI • FR : ET • HIB : REG •, laureate and draped bust left, rev. COMPOSITIS • VENERANTVR • ARMIS, Britannia standing holds olive branch, ships to left, farming scene to right, MDCCXIII in exergue, edge plain, 35mm, 15.62g, 1h (Eimer 460; MI ii 402/257), hairline contact marks to reverse, otherwise with darkened tone, lustrous, almost extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSpink, by private treaty, c. 1965 - £5.0.0This medal c...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Peace of Utrecht, AR Medal, 1713, by D. de Wyss, struck in Amsterdam, QVAESITAE TEM PORA PACISEVNT, winged personification of Time reclining on floating clouds above city, holding scythe and serpent ring rev. DIFFINGITE ARMA PAX EST, Mercury holds bag of money whilst blacksmiths forge a ploughshare from armour, III EID APRIL | MDCCXIII in two lines in exergue, edge plain, 45mm, 36.50g, 12h (MI ii 404/265; BDM I, 578), a couple of nailmarks left of Time, otherwise lustrous and attractively toned, extremely fine and rareProvenanceThe Be...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | George I, Arrival in England, Large AR Medal, 1714, by John Croker, GEORGIVS • D : G • MAG • BRI • FRA • ET HIB REX • F • D •, armoured bust right, rev. RECTOR • MARIVM •, the King as Neptune, approaches the coast in his marine chariot, ADVENTVS • REGIS • IN • BRITANNIAM • 18 • SEPTEMB: 1714 • in exergue in four lines, 106.83g, 69mm, 12h (Eimer 466; MI ii, 422/6), rubbed and toned, but reisdually lustrous, a bolder very fine, rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, June 1965, no. 3800 - good VF - £1...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | George I (1714-1727), AR Coronation Medal, 1714, by John Croker, GEORGIVS • D : G • MAG • BR • FR • ET • HIB • REX •, laureate and armoured bust right, rev. the King enthroned is crowned by Britannia, INAVGVRAT • XX • OCT • MDCCXIII • in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 34mm, 15.49g, 12h (Eimer 470; MI ii 424/9; van Loon V, 255), some slight rubbing to high points and scratch to right of Britannia, otherwise lustrous and attractively toned, almost extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubjec...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | George I (1714-1727), AR Accession Medallet, 1714, by John Croker, GEORGIVS • D : G : M : B : F : ET : H : REX • F : D, laureate and armoured bust right, rev. Royal arms, edge plain, 25mm, 3.02g, 5h (MI 428/18), the reverse rubbed, some hairline marks to face, otherwise lightly toned, a really bold very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, February 1968, M344 - good VF - £1.12.6Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Treaty of Passarowitz, AR Medal, 1718, by John Croker, GEORGIVS • D • G : MAG : BR : FR : ET • HIB : REX • F • D •, armoured and laureate bust right, rev. within banner PACIS ARBITER, the King, in Roman dress, stands beneath an ornamental tent and indicates the area of Morea on the globe, INTER • GERMAN : TURC : ET • VENET : AD • PASSAROWITZ • 1718 in exergue in four lines, 46mm, 37.18g (Eimer 479; Pax 482; MI ii 437/39), lightly rubbed to obverse high points and a handful of surface marks to fields, otherwise lustrous and toned, espe...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Naval Action off Cape Passaro, AR Medal, 1718, by John Croker, GEORGIVS • D : G : MAG : BR : FR : ET • HIB : REX • F : D :, laureate and armoured bust right, rev. SOCIORVM • PROTECTOR •, statue of the King as Neptune, upon a rostral column amidst captured naval trophies, CLASSE • HISP • DELETA • AD • ORAS • SICILAE • 1718 in exergue in three lines, edge plain, 45mm, 35.07g, 12h (Eimer 481; MI ii 439/42), some light contact marks to obverse field, otherwise lustrous and richly toned with hues of blue and ochre especially to reverse, a...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | William Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury, AR Dedication Medal, 1725, 'A Series of Protestant Reformers', by Jean Dassier, GUILIELMUS WAKE ARCH • CANT •, bust right, in clerical robes, rev. fifteen line inscription, edge plain, 34.60g, 12h (Eimer 500; MI ii 462/73), lustrous and attractively toned with hues of blue, good extremely fine, and very scarce in silverProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, November 1965, no. 6592 - scarce, EF/FDC - £5.10.0William Wake was Archbishop of Canterbury for almost all...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | George II (1727-1760), AR Coronation Medal, 1727, by John Croker, GEORGIVS • II • D • G • MAG • BR • FR • ET • HIB • REX •, laureate and armoured bust left, rev. VOLENTES • PER • POPULOS •, the King enthroned is crowned by Britannia, CORON. XI. OCTOB. MDCCXXVII. in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 34mm, 18.48g, 12h (Eimer 510; MI ii 479/4), very lightly rubbed to high points and some light surface marks, otherwise lustrous and toned, good very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, April 1971, no....

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Caroline, Consort of George II, AR Coronation Medal, 1727, by John Croker, CAROLINA • D • G • MAG • BR • FR • ET • HIB • REGINA •, diademed and draped bust left, rev. HIC • AMOR • HAEC • PATRIA •, Queen Caroline standing between Religion and Britannia, CORON • XI • OCTOB • MDCCXXVII • in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 35mm, 18.70g, 12h (Eimer 512; MI ii 480/8), a handful of light contact marks including to face, otherwise highly lustrous surfaces and attractively toned with hues of blues and pinks, extremely fineProvenanceThe Berna...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Frederick, Election as Prince of Wales, AR Medal, 1729, by Jean Dassier, FRIDERICUS WALLIAE PRINCEPS AET • XXIII • herm bust of Frederick upon a pedestal, flanked by Fame and Britannia, his motto on banner above, MDCCXXIX. in exergue, rev. VIRTUTE INGENITA FORTIS DUCTUQUE PARENTIS •, an eagle trains her young one to fly towards the Meridian sun from a rocky summit, ships at sea beyond, SIC ITUR AD ASTRA. in exergue, edge plain, 41mm, 30.56g, 12h (Eimer 516; MI ii 489/29), slight die flaw to obverse edge at 8 o'clock, nevertheless attr...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Arrival of Anne and William IV of Orange in Leeuwarden from England, AR Medal, 1734, by M. Holtzhey, W • C • H • F • PRINC • AVR • ET • ANNA MAG • BRIT •, conjoined and draped busts right, rev. ADVENTVS PRINCIPVM AVRIAC •, the couple in a marine chariot steered by Cupid, EX • ANGLIN FRIS • MDCCXXXIV • in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 29mm, 8.70g, 12h (Eimer 532; Mi ii 510/61), lustrous and with attractive toning, a really good very fine, very rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, November 1965...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Carlisle Recapture: The Jacobite Retreat to Scotland, AR Medal, 1745, by A. Kirk and J. Kirk, GUL : AUG : DUX CUMBERLANDIAE, equestrian figure of the Duke, sword drawn, city beyond, NAT • 15 • APR • 1721 in exergue, rev. SPEM REDUCIS MENTIBUS ANXIIS, Anglia seated, receives an olive branch from the Duke as a warrior, at his feet lies a rebel, MDCCXLV in exergue, edge plain, 35mm, 16.07g, 12h (Eimer 598; MI ii 606/264; WF 53:1), darkly toned and residually lustrous, extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Histor...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Birthday of Princess Caroline of Orange, AR Medal, 1748, by M. Holtzhey, W • C • H • FRISO ET ANNA D • G • PRINC • ARAVS •, conjoined busts right, rev. CAROLINA D • G • PRINCEPS AR • SPES PATRIAE •, bust of Caroline right, within wreath, date below, edge plain, 26mm, 4.56g, 12h (MI ii 639/332), die flaw to obverse at 6 o'clock, otherwise lustrous and toned, extremely fine and rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, November 1966, no. 6605 - a small but attractive medal, rare EF-FDC - £6.10.0Subject...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Peace of Aix-La-Chapelle, AR Medal, 1748, by J. C. Marme, MINACIA MARTIS •, Mars rushing left, bearing a sword and a lighted torch, the town of Bois-le-Duc in the distance, S • P • Q • S • in exergue, rev. MITESCUNT TEMPORA PACE •, the Genius of Bois-le-Duc, standing and holding an olive branch and cornucopia, shield to left, MDCCXLVIII in exergue, edge plain, 33mm, 13.29g, 12h (MI ii 649/349; Betts -; van Loon, Suppl. XXVI, 269; Pax 557; Ford XIV, 11), well struck, lustrous and pleasingly toned, an extremely fine and attractive medal...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Louth Election, AR Medal 1755, FIRM TO OUR COUNTRY AS THE ROCK IN THE SEA, Hibernia standing upon an island rock, assailed by the Zephyrs, rev. MAY THE LOVERS OF LIBERTY NEVER LOSE IT, a heart over clasped hands, BY YOUR STRICT UNION IN LOUTH WE DISAPPOINTED THE HOPES OF OUR ENEMIES ON THE 1 OF NOVEM 1755 IN TTHE 29 YEAR OF THE REIGN OF K. GEO. THE II WHOM GOD LONG PRESERVE, 44mm, 29.94g (Eimer 651; MI ii 677/392), scratch below suspension loop on reverse, a handful of light contact marks, otherwise hints of lustre under darkened and...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Majority of George, Prince of Wales in 1759, AR Medal, by Thomas Pingo, GEORGIVS • WALLIAE • PRINCEPS, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. TELLVS JACTABIT ALVMNO, female figure of Tellus seated, between two lions, couchant, plays a cymbal while four females dance around an oak-tree, a ribbon inscribed ROBVR BRITANNIAE and TELLVS JACTABIT ALVMNO, ADVLTAE AETATIS DIES FAVSTISSIMVS IV • JVN • MDCCLIX in exergue in three lines, 61.65g, 56mm, 12h (Eimer 666; MI ii, 698/428), some contact marks to edge, otherwise pleasingly toned and lustr...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Battle of Quiberon Bay, Belleisle, AR Medal, 1759, by J. Kirk for the Society of Arts, BRITAIN • TRIVMPHED • HAWKE • COMMANDED, Britannia armed with a trident, seated upon a hippocamp, is crowned by Victory, OFF • BELLEISLE NOV • XXMDCCLIX in exergue in two lines, rev. FRANCE NIGHT BRITAIN, figures of Night and Tempest shield France from the thunder of Britain, FRANCE • RELINQVISHES THE • SEA S • P • A • C in exergue in three lines, edge plain, 40mm, 29.79g, 11h (Eimer 676; MI ii 706/441; MH 1919, 364; Stuart II), black mark to left o...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | George III (1760-1820), AR Accession Medal, 1760, by J. Kirk, GEORGIUS • III • REX •, draped and cuirassed bust left, rev. ENTIRELY BRITISH, heart within a wreath, upon a base inscribed BORN MAY 24 1738 PROCLAIMED OCTR 26 1760, edge obliquely milled, 36mm, 20.43g, 6h (Eimer 684; BHM 4; Forrer III/164), die flaw to E of GEORGIUS, otherwise lustrous and attractively toned, especially to reverse legends, a really good very fine, rareProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, September 1966, no. 5041 - EF - £5...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Pondicherry Taken, AR Medal, 1761, by Thomas Pingo, GEORGE • THE • THIRD, laureate head right, within beaded circle, rev. TOTAL • EXPVLSION • OF • THE • FRENCH • FROM • INDIA, Victory inscribing a shield COOTE STEEVENS, standing right, between palms, rudders, and the split urns of the INDVS and GANGES rivers, PONDICHERRY TAKEN MDCCLXI, 39mm, 27.09g (Eimer 686; BHM 72), die flaw to obverse legend at 8 o'clock and to reverse legend at 9 and 4 o'clock, otherwise a unusual portrait of George III, darkly toned and residually lustrous, a pl...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Marriage of George III to Charlotte, AR Medal, 1761, by J. Kirk, GEORGE III & CHARLOTTE KING & QVEEN, draped and conjoined busts right, he armoured, she diademed, rev. THE FELICITY OF BRITAIN, Eros standing, fans the flames of two hearts upon an altar, MARRIED SEPT. THE VIII MDCCLXI in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 36mm, 30.36g, 12h (Eimer 690; BHM 10), a handful of light surface marks, otherwise lustrous and toned, near extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Charlotte, Consort of George III, AR Coronation Medal, 1761, by L. Natter, CHARLOTTA • D • G • M • BR • FR • ET • HIB • REGINA •, draped bust right, rev. within banner QVAESITVM • MERITIS, the Queen standing, crowned by Fame hovering above, CORON • XXII • SEPT MDCCLXI in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 34mm, 13.43g, 5h (Eimer 696; BHM 65-6; Wollaston 22), a handful of contact marks, otherwise well struck, lustrous and lightly toned, near extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, January 1...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Charlotte, Consort of George III, AR Laudatory Medallet, 1773, by J. Kirk for the Sentimental Magazine, a Prize Award to Past Contributors, in silver, draped bust left, rev. CHARLOTTE QUEEN OF GREAT BRITAIN ETC • 1773, edge plain, 26mm, 5.68g, 7h (BHM 168), slight edge bump at 11 o'clock, otherwise lustrous and darkly toned, extremely fine, very rare in this metalProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsOne of a series of 13 medallets all featuring the same general format and layout, this medal was issued for...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Battle of Ushant, AR Medal, 1778, by I. H, AUGUSTUS KEPPEL., draped bust almost facing, rev. within wreath JUDICIOUS BRAVE AND GALLANT, edge plain, 40mm, 28.23g, 12h (Eimer 774; BHM 214; MH 1919, 437), light surface marks to fields, otherwise lustrous and attractively toned with striking hues of pinks and blues, near extremely fine and rare, especially in silverProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, February 1967, M109 - good EF, R - £7.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information p...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Treaty of Luneville, Preliminaries for the Treaty of Amiens, AR Medal, 1801, PRELIMINARIES OF PEACE BETWEEN GREAT BRITAIN AND FRANCE, oval shield of the Union flag mounted on two crossed swords, SIGNED OCTOBER 1ST. 1801., rev. THEY SHALL PROSPER THAT LOVE THEM, Peace standing, facing, empties her cornucopia on a quay, ships at sea beyond, edge plain, 38mm, 28.64g, 12h (Eimer 935; BHM 516; Bramsen 162), black spot and scratch to reverse field, otherwise proof-like, much as struck, scarce, especially in this conditionProvenanceThe Berna...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Battle of Trafalgar, AR Nelson Memorial Medal, 1805, by T. Webb, reverse after J. Flaxman, H • VICECOM • NELSON •, uniformed bust left, rev. within wreath H. VICECOM • NELSON OB PATRIAM PVGNANDO MORT • OCT • XXI • MDCCCV •, edge plain, 39mm, 28.37g, 1h (BHM 581; Hardy 67; Milford Haven 505), die flaw to neck, otherwise lustrous and toned, especially to reverse, a bolder very fine, very rare in this metalProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Battle of Trafalgar, AR Nelson Memorial Medal, 1805, by A. Abramson, HORATIVS NELSON, uniformed bust right, rev. FAMAM QVI TERMINAT ASTRIS, rostral column adorned with four prows, laurel wreath and anchors, base decorated with figures of Victory, VINC • HISP • ET • GALL • CLASS • CECIDIT D • XXI OCT • MDCCCV, edge plain, 40mm, 17.36g, 12h (Eimer 964; BHM 574; MH 1919, 497), lightly carbonised fingermark to reverse, otherwise much lustre under darkened and toned surfaces, especially true of the reverse, extremely fine and rareProvenanc...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Treaty of Paris and Peace in Europe, AR Medal, 1814, ENGLAND, PORTL, SPAIN, SWEDN, RUSSA, AUSTA, HOLLD & FRANCE, UNITED 30TH MAY • 1814, DUKE OF WELLINGTON •, uniformed bust right, rev. WE PRAISE THEE O GOD, WE ACKNOWLEDGE THEE TO BE THE LORD, lion and lamb sit either side of a cornucopia, open book inscribed PEACE 1814; beyond, a church; above a dove and radiant sun, edge plain, 43mm, 33.17g, 12h, some light contact marks to obverse, otherwise attractively and highly lustrous, a most pleasing extremely fine, very rareProvenanceThe Be...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Treaties of Paris, AR Medal, 1815, by G. Mills and N. G. A. Brenet for Mudie's National Series of British Victories, GEORGE PRINCE REGENT MDCCCXVI, laureate bust faced left, rev. ARMIS ET CONSILIIS., Victory standing upon a podium, inscribed TREATIES OF PARIS, amidst arms and trophies, XXX • MAY MDCCCXIV in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 41mm, 37.39g, 1h (Eimer 1080; BHM 892; Bramsen 1784; Mudie 29), highly lustrous with proof-like surfaces, attractively toned, extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Histori...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Candidature of Henry Brougham, Baron Brougham and Vaux, The Lord Chancellor (1778-1868), AR Medal, 1818, by G. Mills, HENRY BROUGHAM, bust right, rev. within wreath TO THE PATRIOTIC INCORRUPTIBLE AND UNBOUGHT FREEHOLDERS OF THE COUNTY OF WESTMORELAND IV JULY MDCCCXVIII, 36mm, 23.41g, 1h (Eimer 1106; BHM 970; EPM 1888, 249), small scratch to fields left of bust, otherwise lustrous and lightly toned, extremely fine, pierced with integral suspension loopProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | George III (1760-1820), AR Memorial Medal, 1820, by J. Marrian for Thomason and Jones, GEORGIUS • III • D • G • REX •, laureate, cuirassed and draped bust left, rev. Britannia kneeling in front of monument, lion and shield beside her, NAT • 4 JUN • 1738 • COR • 22 SEPT • 1761 MORT 29 JAN • 1820 in exergue in two lines, edge plain, 41mm, 40.64g, 12h (BHM 997), proof-like fields under lightly toned, choice mint stateProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informa...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | George IV (1820-1830), AR Coronation Medal, 1821, by G. Mills, GEORGIUS IV BRITANNIARUM REX, bust right, rev. PRO REGE DIMICO, equestrian figure armoured and plumed, of the King's champion, CORONAT JULII XIX MDCCCXXI in exergue in two lines, 62.92g, 57mm (Eimer 1142; BHM 1087), stained and darkly patinated, otherwise lustrous, especially to reverse, almost extremely fine, rare, especially in this metalProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsBaldwins, by private treaty, c. 1965 - £10.0.0Henry Dymoke (1801-65)...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | George IV (1820-1830), AR Coronation Medal, 1821, by Benedetto Pistrucci, GEORGIUS IIII D. G. BRITANNIARUM REX F. D., laureate bust left, rev. PROPRIO JAM JURE ANIMO PATERNO •, George IV enthroned, crowned by Victory, beind, before him stand Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia, INAUGURATUS DIE• JULII• XIX ANNO• MDCCCXXI in exergue in three lines, edge plain, 35mm, 17.39g, 1h (Eimer 1146; BHM 1070; Wollaston 24), stained, patchy and dark toning, largely to obverse, the reverse with hues of orange, overall lustrous and extremely fineProvenan...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Death of the Duke of York, AR Medal, 1827, by Faulkner, FREDERICK DUKE OF YORK COMMANDER IN CHIEF, bust left, rev. • FAITHFUL AND LOVED • H • R • H • F• DUKE OF YORK BORN AUG • 16 1763, soldier standing mournfully, besides a large funerary urn inscribed DIED [J]ANUARY 5 1827 AE 65, edge plain, 41mm, 29.87g, 12h (BHM 1274), attractively toned and with proof-like surfaces, choice as issuedProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSCMB, October 1967, M277 - good EF/nearly FDC - £6.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Earl of Eldon, Lord Chancellor (1751-1838), AR Medal, 1827, by C. Voigt, JOHN EARL OF ELDON HIGH CHANCELLOR OF GREAT BRITAIN 1827, wigged and robed bust left, rev. biographical twelve line inscription, edge plain, 48mm, 62.04g, 11h (Eimer 1197; BHM 1308), slight bruise to edge at 1 o'clock, some surfaces marks, otherwise with proof-like and glassy surfaces, toned, near extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSNC, October 1967, no. 6666 - nearly EF - £6.10.0Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium....

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | William IV (1830-1837), AR Coronation Medal, 1831, by W. Wyon, WILLIAM THE FOURTH CROWNED SEP: 8 1831, bust right, rev. ADELAIDE • QUEEN CONSORT • CROWNED SEP : 8 1831 •, diademed bust right, edge plain, 33mm, 18.21g, 12h (Eimer 1251; BHM 1475; Wollaston 25), two light marks to left of reverse bust, otherwise with lustrous and proof-like surfaces and toned, extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Bu...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Victoria (1837-1901), AR Coronation Medal, 1838, by B. Pistrucci, VICTORIA D. G. BRITANNIARUM REGINA F • D •, diademed bust left, rev. ERIMUS TIBI NOBILE REGNUM, Victoria enthroned recieves a crown from Britannia, Hibernia and Scotia, INAUGURATA DIE JUNII XXVIII MDCCCXXXVIII in exergue in three lines, edge plain, 19.21g, 12h (Eimer 1315; BHM 1801; Wollaston 26; WE 88), some light contact marks to obverse, otherwise highly lustrous and with attractive toning, extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Me...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Marriage of Victoria and Albert, AR Medal, 1840, by Helfricht, of German origin, VICTORIA • REGINA MAGNAE BRITANNIAE ALBERTUS DUX SAXONIAE, conjoined busts left, rev. FELICES QUOS JUNGIT AMOR DIE X • M • FEBRUARII MDCCCXL •, Victoria and Albert seated in an ornate car, drawn by two angels, edge plain, 45mm, 35.58g, 12h (Eimer 1338; Parkes Weber 109; WE 207), a handful of surfaces marks to obverse and two small stains, otherwise highly lustrous with flashy surfaces and lightly toned, near extremely fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Colle...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | William Gladstone, Seventieth Birthday, AR Medal, 1879, by L. C. Wyon, WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE, draped bust right, AET • 70 below, rev. SERUS IN COELUM DIUQUE LAETUS INTERSIS POPULO, within wreath 29TH DECEMBER 1879 LIVERPOOL, edge plain, 44mm, 45.96g, 12h (BHM 3054; EPM 1891, 385), lightly bagmarked and some fingermarks to reverse fields, otherwise lightly toned and lustrous, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Ter...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Victoria (1837-1901), AR Golden Jubilee Medal, 1887, by J. E. Boehm and F. Leighton, VICTORIA REGINA ET IMPERATRIX, crowned and draped bust left, rev. IN COMMEMORATION, enthroned figure of Empire, facing, flanked by standing figures of scince, letters and art, opposite those of industry and agriculture. At their feet, below Empire, are Mercury, reclining, and Time. Above two cherubs displaying shields inscribed MDCCCLXXXVII and MDCCCXXXVII., five linked shields, inscribed ASIA, AMERICA, EUROPE, AUSTRALASIA and AFRICA, edge plain, 78mm...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Victoria (1837-1901), AR Diamond Jubilee Medal, 1897, by F. Bowcher for Spink & Son, VICTORIA • DEI • GRA : BRITT : REGINA • FID : DEF : IND : IMP MDCCCXCVII, crowned, draped and laureate bust left, IN COMMEMORATIONEM ANNI REGNI in left field, LX, with oak leaves behind, rev. Royal arms in the centre, below THE BRITISH EMPIRE A.D. 1897 and a vignette containing four clasped hands, inscribed PEACE LOVE AND UNION, border containing fifty shields of British Colonies and Protectorates, edge plain, 161.15g, 77mm, 12h (Eimer 1816; BHM 3511)...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Victoria (1837-1901), AR Diamond Jubilee Medal, 1897, 'The Prime Ministers of Her Majesty's Reign', by Spink & Son, VICTORIA D : G : BRITT • REGINA F : D : IND : IMP : IN COMMEMOR • AN • REG • SEXAGESIMI, crowned, laureate and draped bust left, MDCCCXCVII below, rev. nine shields with the names of Her Majesty's Prime Ministers, national emblems between, within MARQUIS OF SALISBURY, banner below, THE PRIME MINISTERS OF HER MAJESTY'S REIGN, edge plain, 60.06g, 52mm, attractively toned and highly lustrous, the reverse brilliant, much as...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Victoria (1837-1901), AR Diamond Jubilee Medal, 1897, Small Size, by G. W. de Saulles after T. Brock and W. Wyon, VICTORIA ANNVM REGNI SEXAGESIMVM FELICITER CLAVDIT XX IVN• MDCCCXCVII, crowned, veiled and draped bust left, rev. young filleted bust left, dividing inscription LONGITVDO DIERVM IN DEXTERAEIVS ET IN SINISTRA GLORIA, 1837 below bust, edge plain, 26mm, 9.68g, 12h (Eimer 1817; BHM 3506), speckled with black marks and with some light surface marks, otherwise a bolder very fineProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British H...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Edward VII (1901-1910), AR Coronation Medal, 1902, by F. Bowcher for Spink and Son, EDWARD. VII ALEXANDRA, conjoined busts, crowned and draped right, rev. GOD SAVE THE KING, helmeted figure of the Mother Country holds a crown, aloft; children of the Empire and Britannia are seated, Westminster Abbey beyond, CROWNED JUNE 26TH 1902 in exergue in two lines, 46mm, 53.88g (Eimer 1869; BHM 3741; WE 4560), toned matte surfaces, good extremely fine and much as issuedProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to...

The Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical Medals | Edward VII (1901-1910), AR Coronation Medal, 1902 [1901], by A. F, H. M. EDWARD. VII. KING. H. M. ALEXANDRA. QUEEN. PROCLAIMED 1901, conjoined, draped and crowned busts left, rev. H • G • M • EDWARD OF GREAT BRITAIN AND EMPEROR OF INDIA CROWNED 1902., Royal arms, attractively toned with hues of petrol blue and pinks, brilliant and practically as struck, hallmarked on reverse, Birmingham, .925, 1901ProvenanceThe Bernard Pearl Collection of British Historical MedalsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Roman Republic, C. Hosidius C.f. Geta (68/64 BC), AR Denarius, Rome, draped bust of Diana right, wearing stephane, bow and quiver over shoulder, GETA before, III•VIR behind, rev. Calydonian Boar standing right, pierced by spear and harried by hound below, [C•HOSIDI C F] in exergue, 4.09g, 5h (RRC 407/2; Sydenham 904; Hosidia 2), delightfully centred on a small flan, handsomely uniform, extremely fine, rare in this choice stateProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Sabina, wife of Hadrian (128-136/7), AV Aureus, AD 128, Rome, SABINA AVGVSTA HADRIANI AVG P P, diademed and draped bust of Sabina right, hair tied in plait falling down neck, rev. VESTA, Vesta seated left, holding palladium in her extended right hand and transverse sceptre with her left, 7.19g, 6h (BMC 915; Calicó 1439; Cohen 80; RIC 410), rubbed, otherwise a pleasing fine, scarceProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Herennia Etruscilla, wife of Trajan Decius (249-251), AV Aureus, AD 250, Rome, HE[R] ETRVSCILLA AVG, diademed and draped bust right, rev. PUDICITIA AVG, Pudicitia enthroned left, raising veil with right hand, holding transverse sceptre in left, 4.73g, 12h (RIC IV, III (Trajan Decius) 59a; Calicó 3308), an unfortunate square piercing behind bust on an elliptical flan, otherwise very fine or near so, very rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Byzantine Empire, Alexius I Comnenus (1092-1118), AV Hyperpyron or Scyphate, Christ Pantokrator enthroned facing, IC-XC across upper fields, rev. Alexius standing facing wearing chlamys decorated with exaggerated jewelling, holding labarum and globus cruciger, manus Dei in upper field to right, 4.08g, 6h (DOC 20c.4; Sear 1913), flattened and creased, otherwise fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | France, Francis I (1515-1547), First Issue, Écu d'or à la Croisette, struck from 19 March 1541, M Toulouse, 3.40g, 9h (Duplessy 889; Sb 4878; Fb. 351), slightly crimped, otherwise a pleasingly bold very fine, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | France, Louis XV, "Marriage to Maria Leszczynska" AR Medallet, 1725, busts facing, rev. King and Queen before altar, edge plain, 16.59g, 12h (Hutten-Czapski 2741; Raczynski 439), rubbed and toned, fine; also, Charles Ferdinand, Duc de Berry, AR Medal, 1820, by Gayrard and Puymaurin, rev. PUGIONE / PERCUSSUS PERIIT / 14. FEB. 1820 / GALLIA SPEM SUAM / CONJUX AMANTEM / MILITES DUCEM / PAUPERES PATREM / PERDIRERE, edge plain, 40.50g, 12h (Collignon 156), drill hole at 12 o'clock, otherwise very fine (2)ProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Eme...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Germany, Erfurt, Gustav Adolphus of Sweden (1611-1632), Posthumous Issue, Ducat, 1634, Johann Schneider, + GVSTAV ADOLPH : D : G : SVEC • GOTH • VAND • R, laureate and draped bust right, rev. PR • FINL • DVX • ET • HON • ET • CAREL • DOM • INGER, crowned shield, 3.32g, 10h (Delzanno 53.2; Leitzmann 783; AAJ 15d; KM 54; Fb. 923), pierced with a square nail, cleaned and creased, otherwise almost very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Ludwig I 'Andegawenski' (1342-1370-1382), Aranyforint or Goldgulden, 1353-1357, Buda or Pécs, Jacobus Saracenus, LODOVICVS • DEI • GRACIA • REX, rev. S IOHA - NNES B, St. John standing facing, 3.54g, 8h (Huszár 513; Lengyel 4C; Pohl: B2-1, Fb. 4), some peripheral striking softness, otherwise lustrous, good very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Ludwig I 'Andegawenski' (1342-1370-1382), Aranyforint or Goldgulden, 1366-1382, Buda, Petrus Chimle, + LODOVICI • N • G • R • VNGARIE, coat-of-arms of Hungary and Anjou in a rosette and six double arches, lillies in spandrels, rev. SANCTVS • LA-DISLAVS R, St. Wladyslaw standing straight, holding orb and halberd, on the left the letter P and three lilies, on the right four lilies, 3.46g, 10h (Frynas H.25.3; Lengyel 8/1E; Pohl B4-1; Huszár 514; CNH II, 64A; Fb. 5), slightly crimped, otherwise lustrous a bolder very fine / very fine, scarceProv...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Sigismund I (1387-1437), Aranyforint or Goldgulden, Buda, + SIGISMVND I • D • G • R • VNGARIE, quartered shield, rev. • S • LADISL-AVS • REX, crowned, nimbate and mantled figure of St. Ladislaus standing facing, halberd in right hand, orb in left, key and Offenbánya in right field, 3.51g, 8h (Huszár 572; Lengyel 17/1; Pohl D1-8; Fb. 9), lustrous, a pleasingly good very fine, a rare varietyProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Term...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Ladislaus V the Posthumous (1453-1457), Aranyforint or Goldgulden, 1455, Kremnitz, Kristian Rüssel, + LADISLAVS • D • G • R • VNGARIE, quartered shield, rev. • S • LADISL-AVS • REX, crowned, nimbate and mantled figure of St. Ladislaus standing facing, halberd in right hand, orb in left, K-R across field, 3.52g, 2h (Huszár 637; Lengyel 30/4; Pohl H3-3; Fb. 16), lustrous, a really good very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Ladislaus V the Posthumous (1453-1457), Aranyforint or Goldgulden, 1456, Kremnitz, Johann Constorffer, + LADISLAVS • D • G • R • VNGARIE, quartered shield, rev. • S • LADISL-AVS • REX, crowned, nimbate and mantled figure of St. Ladislaus standing facing, halberd in right hand, orb in left, K-G across field, 3.38g, 6h (Huszár 636; Pohl H2-5; Fb. 16), lustrous, extremely fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Ladislaus V the Posthumous (1453-1457), Aranyforint or Goldgulden, 1457, Hermannstadt, + LADISLAVS • D • G • R • VNGARIE, quartered shield, rev. • S • LADISL-AVS • REX, crowned, nimbate and mantled figure of St. Ladislaus standing facing, halberd in right hand, orb in left, K-O across field, 3.53g, 5h (Huszár 637; Rethy 171; Pohl H3-6; Fb. 16), lustrous, extremely fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Matthias Corvinus (1458-1490), Goldgulden, 1467-1469, Kremnitz, + MAThIAS • D • G • R • VNGARIE, quartered shield, rev. • S • LADISL-AVS • REX, crowned, nimbate and mantled figure of St. Ladislaus standing facing, halberd in right hand, orb in left, K-K across field, shield below right signature, 3.53g, 5h (Huszár 674; Lengyel 36/12; Gyöngyössy 126; Pohl K1-8; Fb. 20) slightly crimped, otherwise lustrous and toned, good very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premi...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Vladislaus II, Goldgulden, 1508, Kremnitz, Johannes Lulay de Bólya, WLADISLAI D | G hVNGARIE, Madonna and child, rev. SLADI : SLAV : | S : | R:E * X 1508, crowned, nimbate and mantled figure of St. Ladislaus standing facing, halberd in right hand, orb in left, 3.55g, 11h (Huszár -; Pohl -; Lengyel 107/1508), a pleasing very fine, very rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Hungary, Ludwig II (1516-1526), Aranyforint or Goldgulden, 1519, Kremnitz, Georgius Thurzo, * LVDOVICVS * D | G * R * VNGARIE * Madonna and child, rev. S * LADISLAVS * | * REX * 1519 *, armoured figure of St. Ladislaus standing facing, halberd in right hand, orb in left, 3.55g, 6h (Huszár 827; Pohl M1-1; Fb. 39), lustrous, a really good very fine / almost extremely fine, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Bu...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Comtat-Venaissin, Urbanus V (1362-1370), Fiorino or Florin d'Or, Avignon, (m.m.) SANT - PETRII, fleur de lys, rev. + S IOHA-NNES B, St. John the Baptist standing facing mitre above right hand, 3.49g, 3h, m.m. crossed keys (Poey d´Avant 4140; de Mey 30; Bernocchi 238; Fb. 27), light creasing, otherwise near very fine, scarceProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Rome, in the name of the Roman Senate (1350-1439), Ducato, SENATOR VRBIS | • S • PETRVS, St. Peter standing right, holding book of Gospels in his left hand and presenting banner to Roman Senator, kneeling to left and raising his head toward the saint, rev. ROMA CAPVT MVDI S • P • Q • R Christ, nimbate, standing facing in mandorla with nine stars, raising his right hand in benediction and holding book of Gospels in his left, 3.47g, 3h (Berman 151; Fb. 2), lightly cleaned and dished, otherwise a bolder fine, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Vatican, Alexander VI (Rodrigo Borgia) (1492-1503), Ducato Papale, Bologna, ALEXAND ER PP VI., rev. BONONI DOCET, 3.46g, 4h (MIR 532/3; Chimienti 232; Muntoni 34; Berman 544; Fb. 330), slightly crimped, otherwise a pleasing very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Bologna, Léo X 'de Medici' (1513-1521), Ducato Papale, Anonymous Issues, BONONI A DOCET, Lion rampant left, rev. DE BO-N-[O]NIA, St Paul standing facing, 3.43g, 2h (Muntoni 103; CNI 20; Berman 687; Fb. 337), removed from a mount with edge damage at 12 o'clock, otherwise very fine, an extremely rare varietyProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Vatican, Paul III (1534-1549), Scudo d'Oro, PAVLVS III | PONT MAX, crowned Papal shields, rev. ELECTIONIS | S PAVLVS, St Paul standing, 2.47g, 2h (Muntoni 23; Fb. 65), creased and from a mount, otherwise a bolder fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Vatican, Pius XII (1939-1958), 100-Lire, 1939, Rome, bare head right, rev. Christ standing facing, edge milled, 5.21g, 6h (Gig. 97; Mont. 509; Pag. 705), faint surface marks, otherwise much as struckProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Venice, Andreas Gritti (1523-1538), Scudo d'Oro, + ANDREAS. GRITTI. DVX. VENETIAR., cross fleury in beaded circle, rev. SANCTVS. MARCVS. VENETVS., Lion of St. Mark facing on shield, 1.68g, 12h (Mont. 343; Fb. 1228), slightly bright with traces of double striking, otherwise very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Rome, AR Cliches, after 1600, unsigned, SS PE ET PA AP, facing busts of St. Peter and St. Paul, ROMA in exergue below, rev. FILIUS MEUS DILECTUS, St. John baptizes Jesus, 47mm., 21.84g, ragged edge where removed from suspension mount, otherwise chaste and toned, a bolder very fine, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Italy, Abbondio Rezzonico (1741-1810), as Senator of Rome, AR Medal, 1766, by Antonio Pazzaglia, ABVNDIVS REZZONICO SENATOR VRBIS, bust right in senatorial robes, rev., CLEMENTIS XIII P M PATRVI ANNO VIII, Roma seated right among classical arms and a standard, MDCCLXVI below, 63.2mm, 81.20g (Voltolina 1579), sometime lightly cleaned with resultant hairlines, otherwise extremely fine and very rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionAbbondio Rezzonico was a nephew of Pope Clement XIII, and was duly created Sen...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Islamic Dynasties, Ottoman Empire, Suleyman I the Magnificent (AH 926-974 // 1520-1566), Gold Sequin, Misr, AH 926 [1520], Striker of the glittering, "Master of might and victorious of land and sea", rev. "Sultan Suleyman, son of Selim, Lord, may his victory be glorious, minted in the metropolis of Egypt, 926" 3.48g, 8h (Album 1317; cf. Mitchiner 1253; Wilkes 3158; Fb. 1), crimped, a pleasing very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Sigismund I 'the Great', of Lithuania, Russia and Prussia (1466-1548), Cast and Gilt AE Medal, 1527, by Opus Jobst Freudner, D SIGIS I R PP P EF AD VIVAM IMAGI AET A, bust right with wide neck, wearing a collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece, rev. PO VTRIVSQ SAR REX MAZO DVX RVSS ET PRVS D AN 1527, crowned shield of Austria in centre, flanked by shields of Poland, Lithuania, Russia and Prussia within a frame, 81mm., 101.00g, 12h (Hutten-Czapski 274; Raczinski 3; Habich I, 1, 265), a magnificent contemporary casting of the highest quality,...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Sigismund Augustus (1530-1572), Cast AE Medal, by Giovanni Maria Mosca, D SIGIMVNDVS II REX POLONIE A REGNI N RI III AETATIS XIII ANNO D MDXXXII, high relief bust left, wearing broad plumed hat, robe and elaborate chain, rev. PARCERE SVBIECTIS ET DEBELLARE SUPERBOS, IVSTVS SICVT LEO, powerful lion advancing left, IOHANNES MARIA PATAVINVS F below, 163.54g, 64mm (Kress 412 image; text var), a high quality early cast, the fields somewhat marked, otherwise very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski Collection...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Sigismund August and Catharina, widow of the Prince of Mantua (1548-1572), Electrotype of the Cast AR Laudatory Medal, 1561, unsigned, cuirassed bust three-quarters, rev. crowned and draped bust of Catharina three-quarters left, 80mm., 262.23g, 1h (Hutten-Czapski 514 [R7]), an attractive casting the rims and fields smoothed to remove stippling, otherwise about extremely fine, extremely rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Term...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Transylvania, Stephan Batory (1571-1576), Ducat, 1573, Hermannstadt (Sibiu), MON x TRAN | S | IL | S x B x D x S x, crowned, nimbate and mantled figure of St. Ladislaus standing facing, halberd in right hand, orb in left, 15-73 across field, rev. x PATRONA x | x VNGARIE x, Madonna and Child, the arms of Hermannstadt below, 3.47g, 7h (Resch 4; Fb. 278), crinkled, very fine, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Stephan Batory (1575-1586), AR Oval Medal, 1582, STEPHANVS D.G. REX. POLONIAE Ao 158Z, bust of the King in a cap with feathers, rev. crowned Polish Eagle with the Batory coat of arms on its chest, edge plain, 43 x 36 mm, 44.04g. (Gum. 12), a probably 19th Century cast with subsequent chasting to fields, otherwise lightly toned, extremely fine, unusual and presumably very rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condition...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Stephan Batory (1575-1586), Ducat, 1586, Danzig [Gdansk], STEPHANVS • D : G • REX • POL • D • PRVS •, crowned and draped bust right, rev. + MONE • NO • AVR • CIVI • GEDANENSIS • 86, crowned shield flanked by supporters, 3.50g, 8h (Kopicki 7452; Gum. 798; Dutkowski/Suchanek 137; Fb. 3), slight flan creasing and scuffing to rim as often encountered on this popular issue, otherwise uniform wear with residual lustre in recesses, very fine or marginally better, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubj...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Ducat, 1595, Danzig [Gdansk], SIGISMVND • III • D : G : REX • POL • D : PRVS, crowned and draped bust right, wearing expansive ruff, rev. crowned shield flanked by supporters, christogram above, 3.52g, 5h, m.m. daggered arm (Kopicki 7517 [R4]; Kaleniecki 156; Gum. 1299; Wazów 37 [R7]), an exceptional coin, beautifully uniform and lustrous, much as struck, and of the highest rarity in this electrifying conditionProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on B...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Ducat, 1612, Danzig [Gdansk], SIGIS • 3 • D : G • REX • POL • M • D : L • R • P •, crowned and draped bust right, wearing ruff, rev. MONE • AVREA • CIVI • GEDANENSIS 1612, crowned shield flanked by supporters, 3.47g, 4h, m.m. bird (Dutkowski 106/107 [R5]; Hutten-Czapski 1290; Kaleniecki 180-182; Kopicki 7527 [R3]; Tyszkiewicz 16; Fb. 10), edge knocked and creased, otherwise residually brilliant, a pleasingly bold very fine, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubje...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Taler, 1628, Bromberg (Bydgoszcz), Jacob Jacobson van Emden, SIGIS • III • D .' G .' REX • POL : M | D • LIT + RVS + PRVS + MAS +, crowned and armoured half-length bust right, holding sword and orb, rev. SAM • LIV • NEC • NO : SVE | GOT • VAD : Q • HRI : REX +, crowned square-topped shield inside collar chain of the Order of the Golden Fleece, I-I, 16-Z8 across field, 28.55g, 10h (Hutten-Czapski 1579; Dostych 28.3.09 [R4]; Kopicki 1375; Tyszkiewicz 6; Gum. 1216; Dav. 4316; KM 48.1), some filing above head where...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Ducat, 1632 over 1, Danzig [Gdansk], SIGIS • III • D : G • REX • POL • M • D : L • R • PR •, crowned and draped bust right, wearing ruff, rev. MON • AVREA • CIVI • GEDANENSIS 163Z, crowned shield flanked by supporters, 3.44g, 1h, m.m. rose (Kopicki 7545 [R3]; Hutten-Czapski 1657; Kaleniecki 201; Tyszkiewicz 16; Wazów 150 [R5]; Fb. 10), slight flan crimping and scuffs before face, otherwise quite brilliant, almost extremely fine, excessively rare, the last year of issueProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The C...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Wladyslaw IV Vasa (Ladislaus IV) (1632-1648), Thaler, 1634, Bromberg (Bydgoszcz), Jacob Jacobson van Emden, VLADIS • IIII • D : G • REX • POL | M • D • LIT • RVS • PRVS • MAS, crowned and armoured half-length bust right, holding sword and orb, rev. • SAM • LIV • NE • NO • SVE | GOT • VAND : Q • HR • REX •, crowned square-topped shield inside collar chain of the Order of the Golden Fleece, I-I, 16-34 across field, 28.55g, 3h (Hutten-Czapski 1752; Dostych 34.1.02A [R6]; Kopicki 1489; Kaminski-Kurpiewski 10; Tyszkiewicz 8; Dav. 4326), rubbed and...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Wladyslaw IV Vasa (Ladislaus IV) (1632-1648), 'Release of the Siege of the Muscovites at Smolensk' and 'Signing of the Armistice at Sztumska', Electrotype or Cast AE/Bronzed PB Medal, "1636", after Sebastian Dadler, DEI OPT[imi] MAX[imi] AVSPICIO INVICT[i] VLADISLAI IV POL[oniae] SVECIÆQ[ue] REG[is] ARMIS VICTRIC[ibus] SMOLENSCVM OBSIDIONE LIBERATVM MOSCI SVBIVGATI SIGNA DVCES PROSTRATI, Wladyslaw IV taking the surrender of the Moscow army, Smolensk and military camp in background, rev. ET BELLO ET PACE COLENDVS | TVRCAE PACEM FERENTES ET SVE...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Wladyslaw IV Vasa (Ladislaus IV) (1632-1648), AR Marriage Medal, 1637, Danzig [Gdansk], Wedding of the King to Cecylia Renata (née Habsburg), by Johann Höhn (the Elder), VLADISLAO IV POLONIÆ ET SVECIÆ REGI HERCULI PACIFICO, Wladyslaw IV as Hercules, taming a three-headed Cerberus, coat-of-arms and CIVIT - GEDAN | F - F in exergue, rev. REGALE AQUILAE PROGENERANT AQUILAM MDCXXXVIIM, two crowned eagles, Polish with the Vasa shield on chest and imperial double-headed with the coat of arms of the Habsburgs, 32.05g, 12h (Raczynski 117; Hutten-Czap...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Wladyslaw IV Vasa (Ladislaus IV) (1632-1648), Ducat, 1639, Danzig [Gdansk], VLAD IIII D G REX POL M D L RVS PR, crowned and draped bust right, rev. * MON AUREA CIVITATIS GEDANEN 1639, crowned shield, flanked by supporters, 3.34g, 6h (Kopicki 7585 [R4]; Dutkowski 209 [R4]; Hutten-Czapski 1801 [R2]; Wazów 208 [R5]; Tyszkiewicz 20; Fb. 15), drilled through head and lightly creased, otherwise residually brilliant on a full flan, a bolder very fine, very rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Wladyslaw IV Vasa (Ladislaus IV) (1632-1648), Thaler, 1642-GGBS, Bromberg (Bydgoszcz), VLA : IIII : D .' G .' REX : POL | M : D : LIT : RVS : PR : MA, crowned and draped bust right, wearing coronation robes, rev. SAM : LIV : NEC : NO : SV | GOT : VAN : Q : HÆ : REX •, crowned square-topped shield inside collar chain of the Order of the Golden Fleece, G-G, 16-4Z across field, 28.76g, 11h (Hutten-Czapski 1833 [R2]; Kopicki 1505 [R2]; Dostych 42.2.01 [R6]; Gum. 1553; Dav. 4329), light rub to high points, otherwise a well-balanced and uniform str...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Wladyslaw IV Vasa (Ladislaus IV) (1632-1648), 'Eternal Glory' AR Royal Laudatory Medal 1642, Danzig [Gdansk], by Sebastian Dadler for the City Council, ECCE VLADISLAUM QVI POST TRIA BELLA QVIETEMRESTITUIT DIGNUM HAC TER TRIA SECLA FRUI, Wladyslaw IV on horseback, mace in hand, battlefield behind, HAC TRIPLICE | DIGNUS in two lines in exergue, rev. IHOVA FULTA MANU REGIS DUM PROTEGORALIS SPONTE MIHIOCEANUS VISTULA TERRA FAVENT, vista of Danzig illuminated from above by rays of sun, the City's shield below, edge plain, 135.75g, 12h (Raczynski 1...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Jan II Kazimierz (1648-1668), 10-Ducats, (1650) Danzig [Gdansk], by Gerard Rogge, IOAN CASIM : D : G : REX POL : ET SUEC : M : D : L : RUS : PRU :, crowned and draped bust right, rev. REGIA CIVITAS GEDANENSIS FIERI FEC : vista of Danzig, coat-of-arms below, 34.38g, 12h (D&S 353; MD D50a; Hutten-Czapski 1925; Kopicki –; Gumowski –; KM 52; cf. Fb. 26 unlisted date), pierced and polished with traces of solder at 6 o'clock where indicative of past mounting for ceremonial wear, otherwise struck details a bolder very fine, of the highest rarityProv...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Peace of Oliva, 3 May 1660, AR Medal, Between Sweden, Poland, Brandenburg and Emperor Leopold I, by Johann Höhn the Younger, POST BELLUM PLENA SURGIT PAX AUREA MESSE. HINC SPERAT MERITAM GEDANI CONSTANTIA FRUGEM, vista of the city of Danzig, including fortifications and the Vistula with ships at sail, radiant sun and rainbow above, a fenced corn field with hidden weapons in foreground, rev. Seventeen lines of text, coat-of-arms flanked by lions below, 79mm, 105.85g, 12h (Dutkowski-Suchanek 582a; Hutten-Czapksi 2148 [R3]), unfortunate test cut at 8 o'...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, John II Casimir (1648-1668), 2-Ducats, 1665, Thorn, IOAN CAS D G R POL & SVE M D L R P, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. MONETA AVREA CIVIT THORVNENSIS, Angel above city shield dividing date and HD-L below, 6.21g, 12h (Hutten-Czapski 2291 [R4]; Fb. 59), dented, creased and removed from mount with resultant ragged edge, otherwise struck details a bolder fine, very rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Con...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, John III Sobieski (1674-1696), Coronation Medal of 2-Ducats, 1674, IOAN III D G | REX POLON, laureate and draped bust right, rev. SIC MU[NI]TA TUTIOR, Eagle ascending in clouds, 6.32g, 1h (Raczynski 192; Hutten-Czapski 2508 [R2]), pierced, plugged and creased, otherwise struck details about very fine, extremely rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, John III Sobieski, Royal Visit to Danzig, AR Medal, 1677, by Johann Höhn, IOAN III REX ET MARIS CAS REG | POL M D L R P, laureate and cuirassed jugate busts right, rev. PALMA PARIT SCUTUMQUE CORONA TUETUR OLIVAM, Olive and Palm tree, crown above, edge plain with signs of die capping, 20.71g, 12h (Raczynski 216; Rühle 41; CNG 588b; Hutten-Czapski 2427), small die flaws to periphries otherwise beautifully cabinet toned, overlying lustrous and quite brilliant surfaces, a really good very fine, extremely rare, especially in silverProvenanceSold b...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Saxony-Albertine, Friedrich August I, 'the Strong' (1694-1733), Ducat, 1711, Dresden, King on horseback, Saxon-Polish arms below, rev. two tables side by side, on left bearing the royal mantle, crown, sceptre and orb, on right, the Elector's coat, crown and sword, legend above and below (Kahnt 281; Kopicki 11112 [R3]; Hutten-Czapski 6667; KM 805; Fb. 2821) polished and smoothed, indicative of past mounting, otherwise residually lustrous, a really bold very fine, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski Collecti...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Saxony-Albertine, Friedrich August I, 'the Strong' (1694-1733), Ducat, 1711, FRID AVGVST, King on horseback right, vista on groundline, rev. D G REX POLON ET ELECT SAXONIAE VICARIUS IMP, sceptre and sword saltire, crowns, orb and date in angles, 3.44g, 1h (Kunker 191, lot 5745 same dies; Merseburger 1485; Kopicki -; Kahnt 293a; Fb. 2823) slightly crimped with metal flaws and past wiping on reverse, otherwise lustrous, a really bold very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Bu...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, August III Sas (1733-1763), 'Order of the White Eagle Award' AR Medal, 1756, AUGUSTUS III D • G • - REX POLONIARUM, draped and cuirassed bust right, WERMUTH • F • on truncation, rev. DE REGE ET REPUBLICA BENE MERERENTIBUS, table with collar chain and star, MDCCLVI in exergue, edge plain, 57.35g, 12h (Raczynski 403; Engelhard 1554; Mikocki 2255; Bentkowski 579; Hutten-Czapski 2978/5999/7844), sporadic digs and scratches, otherwise lightly toned and lustrous, a pleasingly bold very fine, rare, especially of this dateProvenanceSold by Direct Des...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski (1764-1795), Ducat, 1773 AP, Warsaw, Antonii Partenstein, STANISLAUS AUG D G REX POL M D L, laureate head right, rev. MONETA AUREA POLON AD LEG IMPER 1773 in tablet, floral scroll surrounds, 3.45g, 12h (Hutten-Czapski 3157; Kopicki 2511; Plage 431; Kaleniecki 533/2; Fb. 102), creased but lustrous, a really good very fine / almost extremely fine, very rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms an...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski (1764-1795), Thaler, 1784 EB, Warsaw, STANISLAUS AUGUSTUS D G REX POLON M D LITUAN, bare head right, rev. X EX MARCA PURA - COLONIEN 1784, crowned oval shield in wreath, scrolls inscribed PRO FIDE LEGE ET GREGE, Garter star dividing E-B below, edge lettered downwards 28.18g, 12h (Hutten-Czapski 3266; Kopicki 2479 [R2]; Plage 405; Berezowski 15; Dav. 1620), removed from a swivel mount and plugged resulting in bruised edges with adjustment marks to shield, otherwise lightly cleaned and rubbed but struck details b...

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski (1764-1795), Thaler or 6 Zlotych, 1794, Warsaw, STANISLAUS AUGUSTUS D G REX POLON M D LIT, bare head right, rev. 14 1/12 EX MARCA PUR – 6 –ZL – COLONIENS 1794, crowned and garnished shield, edge milled, 23.94g, 12h (Kopicki 2487; Parchimowicz SAP 37.a; Berezowski 7.50; Plage 373; Dav. 1623), flan flaw to reverse shield and once cleaned with weakness to milling in parts, otherwise almost very fineProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium....

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Poland, Nicholas I (1825-1855), 50-Zlotych, 1829, laureate head of Alexander I right, rev. value and date in wreath, edge milled, 9.76g, 12h (Schlum. 16; Gum. 2532; Bitkin 978), possibly wiped, otherwise lustrous and lightly toned and lustrous, a pleasing very fine, rareProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Nicholas I (1825-1855), 3-Roubles // 20-Zlotych, 1835, St. Petersburg, Paul Danilov, crowned double-headed eagle, rev. 3 ROUBLES | 20 ZLOTYCH ~ 1835 | CNB, incuse edge obliquely grained, 3.85g, 12h (Sev. 416; Uzd. 4107; Bitkin 1076; M.168; Fb. 111), rubbed and cleaned, otherwise very fine, scarceProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Russia, Elizabeth Petrovna (1741-1761), Gold 2-Roubles, 1756, St Petersburg, crowned and draped bust right, rev. crowned cypher, edge plain, 3.23g, 12h (Bitkin 53; Diakov 384; Sev. 210; Fb. 115), rubbed but residually lustrous, good fine / almost very fine, scarceProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Russia, Elizabeth Petrovna (1741-1761), Gold Poltina or Rouble, 1756, St Petersburg, crowned and draped bust right, rev. crowned cypher, edge plain, 0.83g, 12h (Bitkin 71; KM C21.1; Fb. 118), lightly cleaned, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine or very near soProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Count Emery Hutten-Czapski Collection | Russia, Catherine II 'Velikaya' (1762-1796), Gold Poltina, 1777, St. Petersburg, crowned, draped and cuirassed bust right, signature below, rev. crowned cypher, edge obliquely grained, 0.63g, 12h (Sev. 2124; Uzd. 1081; Bitkin 116; Diakov 355; Fb. 136), traces of creasing, otherwise good fine / very fine, scarceProvenanceSold by Direct Descent from The Count Emery Hutten Czapski CollectionSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Royal Visit to Canada, May - June 1939, Large Gold Medal, Presented to 15th Governor General of Canada, The Right Honourable John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir GCMG GCVO CH PC DL (2 November 1935 - 11 February 1940), by P Metcalfe for the Royal Canadian Mint, edge plain (unhallmarked), 54mm., 131.50g, 12h, choice, FDC, of the highest rarity in this size and metal, and of national significance, charting the first visit by a reigning British monarch to Canada at the direct request of this very medal's recipient who gained further fame by penning the spy thriller Thirty Nine StepsJohn Buchan, 1st...

(x) Ceylon, Anonymous (1st Century BC), AE Unit, 'Elephant and Swastika' type, Elephamt, railed tree, ankus and other devices, rev. railed tree, standing figure, swastika and other devices, 10.33g, 12h [?] (Mitchiner [MACW] 5046; Pieper 774; Cod V, pl. 7), off-struck and traces of verdigris, otherwise a bolder very fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

NGC AU53 | China, Chihli (Pei Yang Arsenal), 3 Mace 6 Candareens of 50-Cents, 1897 (Kuang Hsu, Year 23), TA TSING TWENTY THIRD YEAR OF KWANG HSU | PEI YANG ARSENAL, facing dragon, triangular eyes, rev. Chinese characters, edge milled, 12h (L&M 445; Kann 187; KM Y64.1; Hsu 17), a few rim nicks, otherwise light toned overlying lustrous original surfaces, a really good very fine, very rare in higher grades, in NGC holder, graded AU53 (Cert. #6030338-001) [NGC: 1 of 1 / 3 Finer | PCGS: 3 of 3 / 5 Finer]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for...

NGC AU58 | China, 'Memento' Dollar, 1927, Sun Yat-Sen, six pointed stars, edge milled, 12h (L&M 49; KM Y318a), lightly toned, in lustrous, almost extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded AU58 (Cert. #6295109-002)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Colombia, Bogotá, Gold Escudo, 1825 JF, bust of Liberty left, rev. cornucopiae flanking fasces, edge obliquely milled, 3.37g, 6h (KM 81.1; Restrepo 161.3; Hernández 695-697), rubbed but residually lustrous, peripheral reddish tone, very fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Colombia, Popayán, Gold Escudo, 1823 FM, bust of Liberty left, rev. cornucopiae flanking fasces, edge obliquely milled, 3.28g, 6h (KM 81.2; Restrepo 162.1; Sedwick 3; Fb. 72), some small metal flaws, otherwise lustrous, a pleasing very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, August 1973 - £40Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Colombia, Republic, Gold 5-Pesos, 1924, Small 2, "MFDELLIN" Error, bare head of Simon Bolivar right, rev. eagle-topped coat of arms, edge milled, 8.05g, 6h (KM 204 var.; Fb. 115 var.), bright and lustrous, the mint error clear, extremely fine or near so, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 1972 [Inventory no. 720462]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Costa Rica, Republic, Gold 20-Colones, 1899, Philadelphia, bust of Christopher Columbus right, rev. • REPUBLICA DE COSTA RICA •, coat-of-arms, edge milled, 15.61g, 6h (fB. 19; KM 141), lightly cleaned, otherwise residually lustrous, a bold very fine, scarce with only 25,000 mintedProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, November 1972, G1841Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Denmark, Christian IV (1588-1648), Gold ½-Speciedaler or "Hebræertype" ¼-Ducat, 1646, Copenhagen, CHRISTIA 4 D G D R, crowned full-length King right, holding orb and sceptre, rev. 0.85g, 7h (Hede 36; S.10; Fb. 41), some overt die clashing and crimping, otherwise golden orange tone in recesses, near very fine, very rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Kingdom of Denmark and Norway, Frederick III (1648-1670), "Köhler's Doppeldukat on the Repatriation of Gold from Overseas Territories". The "Guinea" or "Ship" 2-Ducat, 1658, Copenhagen, by Heinrich Köhler, FRIDERICUS : III : D : G : DANIÆ : NORWEGIÆ *, crowned, draped and mantled bust right, rev. VANDALOR : GOTHOR : Q : REX, three-masted ship sailing left in sea, ian and dem across fields, date in exergue, 6.95g, 4h (Aagaard 20.3; Hede 28A; S.3; Fb. 112), faint traces of crimping and doubling, otherwise lustrous and toned, a pleasingly bold very fine, extremely rare, only 100 reportedly st...

(x) Denmark, Christian IX (1863-1906), 20-Kroner, 1873 HC-CS, Copenhagen, bare head right, rev. Dania seated left, Dolphin before, edge milled, 9.00g, 12h (Hede 8A; Sieg 1.2; Fb. 295; KM 791.1), wispy bagmarks, otherwise lustrous, much as struckProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, November 1972 - G1814 [Inventory no. 733893]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Denmark, Christian IX (1863-1906), 20-Kroner, 1876 HC-CS, Copenhagen, bare head right, rev. Dania seated left, Dolphin before, edge milled, 8.97g, 12h (Hede 8A; Sieg 1.2; Fb. 295; KM 791.1), wispy bagmarks, otherwise lustrous, much as struckProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, October 1972, G1686 - £25 [Inventory no. 722675]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Danish West Indies (US Virgin Islands), Christian IX, 20-Francs or 4-Daler, 1905 P GI, Copenhagen, by Vilhelm Buchard Poulsen and Gunnar Jensen, bare head left, rev. seated bare-chested woman facing, edge milled, 6.44g, 12h (H.30; Schön 8; KM 72; Fb. 2), lightly cleaned, otherwise lustrous, struck details about extremely fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 13 November 1973 - £127.50 [Inventory no. 733876]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Finland, Gold 200-Markkaa, 1926, Helsinki, SUOMI, Rampant lion, rev. value in wreath, edge milled, 8.44g, 12h (KM 29; Fb. 7), beautiful, choice FDC, rare, especially in this outstanding conditionProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Sternberg (Zurich), 30 April 1974, lot 163Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Merovingia Francia, AV Tremissis, Maurinus, diademed and cuirassed bust right, rev. MAVRINO M[ONITA]R, cross on globe, M A in third and fourth quarters, 1.17g, 9h (cf. Prou 625-630), slight metal flaw behind eye, good very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 5 October 1973 - £450 [Inventory 733183]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) France, Jean II 'le Bon' (1350-1364), Mouton d'Or from 17 January 1355. + AGN DEI QVI TOLL PCCA MVDI MISERERE nOB, annulet stops, Agnus Dei left, IOh REX beneath, rev. + XPC VIECIT XPC REGEAT XPC IMPERAT, voided quatrefoil double stops, cross fleury in voided quadrilobe, 4.76g, 7h (Dupl. 291; Laf. 294; Fb. 280), irregular edge between 11 and 2 o'clock and traces of doubling, otherwise a bolder very fine, scarce, one of the most iconic issues of Medieval Continental EuropeProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on B...

(x) France (Royale), Charles VII 'le Victorieux' (1403/1422-1461), Ecu d'or a la couronne, 3.88g, 4h (Dupl. 453b; Laf. 457b; C.617; Fb. 306), slightly crimped, otherwise toned, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) France (Royale), Francis I (1515-1547), Ecu d'or au soleil, 3.43g, 12h (Duplessy 775; Fb. 345), on a full flan, lightly toned, good very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 1974 - £525 [Inventory no. 740874]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) France, Louis XIV, 'le roi soleil' (1643-1715), Louis d'Or à la mèche longue, 1658-&, Aix-en-Provence, infantine laureate head right, rev. eight Ls saltire around mintmark, lis in angles, edge milled, 6.71g, 12h (C.1787; Gad. 245; Dr. 206; Dupl. 1422; Dr.2/216; Fb. 418 [1646-1661]), edges smoothed from ring mount and brighter surfaces, otherwise residually lustrous, especially in reverse fields, a remarkable an 'anachronous' survivor from the provincial mint of Aix, almost very fine, extremely rare, no parallel traced for date on CoinArchivesProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World...

(x) France, Louis XIV, 'le roi soleil' (1643-1715), Louis d'Or aux 8-L aux insignes, 1702 over 1-A, Paris, infantine laureate head right, rev. eight Ls saltire around mintmark, lis in angles, edge milled, 6.67g, 6h (Dupl. 1443A; Gad. 253; Fb. 436), some die cudding to reverse, the fields bright but lustrous with scattered surface marks, seemingly struck on a virgin flan, a really bold very fine, the overdate clear, rare thusProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) France, Louis XVI (1774-1793), Double Louis d'Or à la tête nue, 1786 A, Paris, raised security edge, 15.29g, 6h (Dupl. 1706; Gad. 363; KM 592.1), lustrous, with peripheral reddish tone, some staining in reverse recesses, otherwise a pleasing very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, 20 February 1973 - £160Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) France, Louis XVI (1774-1793), Louis d'Or à la tête nue, 1786 B, Rouen [Agnus Dei], edge obliquely milled, 7.59g, 6h (Dupl. 1707; Gad. 361; KM 591.3; Fb. 475), rubbed, very fine, the lowest mintage for date, with 418,848 reportedly struck, and surprisingly scarce in the modern market placeProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

France, First Empire, Napoleon Bonaparte, Gold Medallet, AN XIII [1804], laureate head right, rev. Senate and People on his Coronation, edge plain, 2.04g, 6h (Bramsen 329; Julius 1269), lustrous, extremely fine, scarceProvenanceSCMB, April 1965 - EF - £12.10.0 [with Inventory no. 651716]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) France, Consulship, Napoleon Bonaparte (1799-1804), Gold 40-Francs, AN XI A [1802], Paris, lettered edge, 12.92g, 6h (Gad. 1080; Le Franc 536; KM 652; Fb. 539), adjustment marks and scratches, otherwise cleaned and lustrous, a really bold very fine, the portrait especially struck upProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Germany, Brandenburg-Prussia, Wilhelm (1861-1888), Krone, 1867 B, Hanover, bare head right, rev. value in wreath, incuse edge lettered, 11.13g, 12h (Jaeger 120 B; AKS 93; Olding 436; Divo-Schramm 174; Fb. 2441; KM 492), lustrous, good extremely fine, rare with only 39,796 pieces reportedly struckProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Germany, Erfurt under Sweden, Gustav II Adolf (1611-1632), Posthumous Issue, Ducat, 1634, GVSTAV . ADOLPH . D : G : SVEC . GOTH . VAND : REX, laureate head right, rev. PR . FINL . DUX . ET MON . ET CAREL . DOM . IN, crowned shield, dividing date, 3.46g, 2h, m.m. cross pattee (Hagander 105; Ahlström 12; Fb. 919; KM 54), lightly warped, otherwise handsomely toned, almost extremely fine / really pleasingly good very fine, rare, especially in this conditionProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 2 July 1975 - £675Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% V...

(x) German, Jülich-Cleves-Berg, Reinald IV (1402-1423), Gulden or Florin d'Or, *REIN' DUX IVLIGELOR', St. John the Baptist standing facing, rev. MONE - TA DE - IVLIA, central shield surrounded by three crests in angles, 3.57g, 2h, i.m. cross pattée (Noss 156; Felke 927; Fb. 1364), bright but well-struck up on a broad flan, a bolder very fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Germany, Bishopic of Mainz, Adolph I of Nassau, (1373-1390), Goldgulden, 1374-1379, Bingen am Rhein, St, Martin seated, holding book and sceptre, rev. + ADOLF´ : EP´ : SPI´ • AMINISTT´ : EC´ : M´. sexfoil inside shield inside voided trefoil, 3.50g, 2h, m.m. cross pattee (Felke 163; Ehrend 5/9; Link 12 var.; Slg. Pick 110; Slg. Walther 78 var.; Fb. 1605), bright, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SNC, April 1974, no. 3625 - £210Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Germany, Nuremburg, Gold Klippe Ducat, 1700, 'Lamb Coinage, Paschal Lamb left, rev. trio of shields, chronogrammatic date in legend, 3.44g, 12h (Kel. 71; KM 258; Fb. 1777), gentle flan wave from rocker-press production, otherwise lustrous, almost extremely fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, November 1972 - £100Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Germany, Nuremberg, Ducat, 1700 GFN, three coats of arms in cartouches, above the dove with a laurel branch in its beak, rev. Lamb of God walking to the left with a flag of peace on the earth's hemisphere, in the inscription the year as a chronogram, 3.46g, 12h (Fb. 1885; Widhalm 11), creased and lustrous, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 10 May 1974 - £285 [Inventory no. 741221]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Germany, Nuremberg, Commemorative 'Martin Luther' Ducat, 1717, On the Second Secular Celebration of the Reformation, by P. G. Nürnberger, ECCLESIA NORI CA IUBILANS, candle and hand holding snuffer, rev. MARTINVS LVTHERVS THEOLOGIAE D: 3.15g, 12h (Fb. 1902; Kelln. 77; Hobson 95; Erlanger 677; Whiting 218), lightly cleaned otherwise lustrous, the reverse die unusual, very fine or marginally better, a rare and popular commemorative type very seldom encountered at auctionProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SNC, April 1974, no. 3626 - £550Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Pric...

(x) Germany, Saxony, Johann-Georg I (1615-1656), 2-Ducats, 1630, Dresden, Centenary of the Augsburg Confession, crowned bust of the Kurfürst right behind a shield of arms, rev bust of the Kurfürst Johann right holding a sword, four shield of arms in the legend 6.89g, 12h (Merseburger 1058; KM 421; Fb. 2701), removed from a mount and cleaned, otherwise struck details a pleasingly bold very fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Adolph Hess (Lucerne), Sale 243, 3-4 April 1974, lot 534 - vorzuglich - CHF5,000 [£802]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to...

NGC MS62 PL | Germany, Schaumberg-Lippe, Adolf Georg (1860-1893), Proof Vereinsthaler, 1865 B, Hanover, bare head left, rev. XXX EIN PFUND FEIN EIN VEREINSTHALER | 1865, square-topped shield flanked by winged supporters, edge incuse lettered, 18.53g, 1h (Jaeger 16; Thun 390; AKS 19; Kahnt 527; KM 47), choice and brilliant with subtle tone, much as struck, in NGC holder, graded MS62 PL (Cert. #6295500-006)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS62 | Germany, Schaumberg-Lippe, Adolf Georg (1860-1893), Proof Vereinsthaler, 1865 B, Hanover, bare head left, rev. XXX EIN PFUND FEIN EIN VEREINSTHALER | 1865, square-topped shield flanked by winged supporters, edge incuse lettered, 18.50g, 12h (Jaeger 16; Thun 390; AKS 19; Kahnt 527; KM 47), handsome cabinet tone overlying brilliant surfaces, good extremely fine, scarce, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6295500-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS64 | Germany, Schaumberg-Lippe, Adolf Georg (1860-1893), Proof Vereinsthaler, 1865 B, Hanover, bare head left, rev. XXX EIN PFUND FEIN EIN VEREINSTHALER | 1865, square-topped shield flanked by winged supporters, edge incuse lettered, 18.52g, 1h (Jaeger 16; Thun 390; AKS 19; Kahnt 527; KM 47), traces of cabinet tone in otherwise brilliant fields, good extremely fine, scarce, in NGC holder, graded MS64 (Cert. #6295500-002)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Germany, Stolberg-Stolberg, Christoph Friedrich and Jost Christian (1704-1738), Gold Ducat, 1706 IIG, Stolberg, by Johann Jeremias Gründler, trade coinage, stag standing left by column, rev. crowned arms, edge plain, 3.43g, 12h (Fb. 3325; Friederich 1481), slightly crimped, otherwise lustrous, a bolder very fine, very rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Germany, Principality of Waldeck-Pyrmont, Friedrich I (1893-1918), Proof 20-Mark, 1903 A, Berlin, by Emil Weigand, FRIEDRICH FURST ZU WALDECK UND PYRMONT, bare head left, mintmark below, rev. DEUTSCHES REICH 1903 | 20 MARK, crowned imperial eagle, GOTT MIT UNS incuse lettering on edge, 7.97g, 12h (KM 195; Fb. 3869; Schlum. 475; D&S 376; Jaeger 288), some haziness to otherwise brilliant fields, much as struck, extremely rare, only 150 Proofs issuedProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Adolph Hess (Lucerne), Sale 243, 3-4 April 1974, lot 627 - FDC - £1,395Subject to 5%...

(x) Germany, Württemberg, Wilhelm I (1816-1864), Proof Medallic 4-Ducats, 1841, 25th Anniversary of the Jubilee, by Voigt, WILHELM KÖNIG V.WÜRTTEMBERG, laureate head left, rev. ZUR FEYER 25 JÆRIGER REGIERUNG DEN 30 OCTOBER 1841, Personification of Württemberg seated slightly left, head right, holding sceptre and resting arm on shield, youths to left and right, holding cornucopia and fasces, incuse edge lettering, 13.97g, 12h (Jäger 1, Württemberg 75; Divo-Schramm 218; K&R 4; KM M1; Fb. 3615), light handling marks in otherwise brilliant fields, the portrait with handsome cameo definition, good...

Greece, Gold Medal, 12 March - 20 October 1880, edge plain, 9.90g, 12h, file marks to rim and traces of light cleaning in lustrous fields, otherwise a bolder very fine, untraced and apparently unpublished, presumably very rare thus, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Mount Removed (Cert. #6135263-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Greece, George I (1863-1913), Gold 20-Drachmai, 1884 A, Paris, edge milled, 6.45g, 6h (Divo 47; Karamitsos 164; Schlum. 9; Fb. 18; KM 56), slight mark on neck, otherwise bright and lustrous, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, September 1972 - G1573 - nearly EF - £20Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

NGC MS62 | Guadalajara, Obispo y Cabildo, AR Guadalajara Proclamation Medal, 1789, uniformed bust of Charles IV right, rev. Cardinal's hat over two oval shields, signature below, plain edge, 40mm, 6h (Grove C70; Herrera 137), sporadic surface marks in otherwise lustrous fields, almost extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6135279-001)ProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink 204, 30 September 2010, lot 548Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Guatemala, Republic, Gold 10-Quetzales, 1926, Philadelphia, coat-of-arms, rev. Quetzal perched on column, edge milled, 16.72g, 6h (KM 245; Fb. 48; Schön 20), some bagmarks, otherwise lustrous, good very fine, a seldom encountered issue, reportedly only 18,000 coins mintedProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Indian State, Hyderabad Feudatory, Kalayan, Nawab Mohammad Shah Kahair al-Din (1797-1812), gold Mohur, 11.09g, last digit of date '7' visible, (AH1227 / 1812), realistic tiger right, Persian letter 'Ha' to right, mint kaliyan above, rev. Kalima (KM 9, tiger as silver; KM 6), signs of light cleaning, good very fine, extremely rare and seldom offered for sale, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Tooled (Cert. #6135296-002)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Indian State, Hyderabad Feudatory, Kalayan, Nawab Mohammad Shah Kahair al-Din (1797-1812), gold Mohur, 11.23g, crude tiger right, mint kaliyan above, rev. Kalima (KM 9), crisp, good very fine, extremely rare and desirable coin, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Tooled (Cert. #6135296-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS62 BN | India, Hyderabad, Mir Mahbub Ali Khan II, as Regent (1868-1911), Copper Pattern Rupee, AH 1301[1883-1884], a Presentation Piece for the Investiture of the Nizam of Hyderabad, plain edge (KM -; cf. Baldwin 71, 10 September 2011, lot 1472), speckled surfaces otherwise lustrous, almost extremely fine, exceedingly rare and of great numismatic importance, in NGC holder, graded MS62 BN (Cert. #6135285-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) British India, Victoria, East India Company, Mohur, 1841 C, Crosslet 4, stop after date, Calcutta, Type 1, young head left, plain fillets and truncation, rev. EAST INDIA COMPANY, Lion and Palm, edge milled, 11.66g, 12h (Fb. 1595; Pridmore 18; SW 2.1; KM 461.1), subtle marks to rim and evidence of polishing suggestive of a past mount, otherwise a residually lustrous and presentable example of this popular series, a really bold very fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 1972 - £45 [Inventory no. 721430]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to...

(x) British India, Victoria, East India Company, Mohur, 1841 C, Plain 4, stop after date, Calcutta, Type 2, young head left, plain fillets, W.W. incuse on truncation, rev. EAST INDIA COMPANY, Lion and Palm, edge milled, 11.67g, 1h (Fb. 1595a; Pridmore 22; SW 3.7; KM 462.3), lightly wiped in obverse field and a tiny edge bump at 2 o'clock, otherwise lustrous, a bolder very fine, a sought after typeProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 20 February 1974 - £145 [Inventory no. 733472]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Italy, Casale-Monferrato, Gugliemo II Paleologo Marchese (1494-1518), Testone, capped bust left, rev. shield, 9.48g, 4h (CNI II, 106/32; MIR 185), spots of verdigris, otherwise toned, almost very fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink-Gallerie des Monnaies, 16-17 October 1974, lot 388Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Italy, Florence (1252-1452), Florin d'Or, 1341, 9th Emission, + FLOR-ENTIA, fleur-de-lis, rev. S. IOHA-NNES. B (fish), St. John the Baptist standing facing, 3.49g, 12h (Thomsen 2047; Biaggi 9-28, pp. 141; Fb. 275 var.), slight flan crimping, and pecking in fields, otherwise lustrous, a really bold very fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 21 June 1973 - £105 [Inventory no. 731745]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Italy, Genoa, Simon Boccanegra, in the name of Conrad (1339-1344) Gold Genovino, DVX IANVE QVA DEVS PTEGAT M, castle in tressure of eight arches, rev. CONRADVS REX ROMANORVM, cross patonce in tressure of eight arches,, 3.53g, 2h, m.m. cross pattée (Biaggi 854; Lunardi 26; MIR 28. Fb. 354), a trace short of flan, otherwise lustrous, a really handsomely bold very fine, scarce in this conditionProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink-Gallerie des Monnaies, 16-17 October 1974, lot 426Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Italy, Naples, Louis I 'Angevinsky', 'the Hungarian', King of Hungary, Croatia and latterly Poland, self-appointed Principate of Sicily and Jerusalem (c. 1347-1351), Goldgulden, + LODOVICI REX, fleur-de-lis, rev. St John the Baptist standing facing, 3.52g, 3h (Kopicki 10046 [R3]; Fb. 3; Huszar 512; Lengyel 3), slightly crimped, a pleasing very fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Louis was old enough to succeed his father in 1342, but his deeply religious mother enforced a protectorate upon him, largely on account of the centralised governance of the kingdo...

(x) Italy, Senato Romana (Lazio) (1184-1439), Grosso 'anomino', c. 1253, 1st Emission, · SENATVS · P · Q · R · lion striding left, rev. ROMA CAPVT MVNDI, Roma seated facing, 3.42g, 11h (CNI 30 variety; Muntoni 59; Biaggi 2081; Berman 110), verdigris staining to peripheries, otherwise of good fabric, toned, good very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink-Gallerie des Monnaies, 16-17 October 1974, lot 577Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Italy, Vatican, Alexander VI, Rodrigo Borgia (1492-1503), Ducato, Bologna, ALEXAND ER PP VI, Papal shield, rev. BONONI DOCET, St. Paul standing facing, Orsini and Bologna shields at feet, 3.47g, 4h (CNI X, 12; Muntoni 33-34; MIR 532/1. Chimienti 230; Berman 544; Fb. 330), bright surfaces, otherwise very fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Italy, Venice, Doge Michele Steno (1400-1413), Gold Ducat or Zecchino, St. Mark standing in left field, presenting banner to Doge in right, rev. Christ standing facing within mandorla containing nine stars, 3.55g, 11h (Paolucci 1; Fb. 1230), good very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Italy, Venice, Marcantonio Giustinian (1684-1688), A Jeweller's Fantasy of a 10-Zecchini, struck from false dies, M ANT IVSTIN | S M VENET, 35.02g, 6h (cf. Mont 2063 [Zecchino]; Pao 109.1 [Zecchino]; cf. Fb. 1341 [Zecchino]) an imagined after-market curiosity from this intriguingly short-lived 107th Doge famous for his attractive Osella issues with the depiction of the Piazza San Marco, this however evidently inspired by his more workaday Zecchino issues, cleaned and smoothed, struck details better than very fineProvenanceHeiner Stuker (Zurich), by private treaty, c. 1972 No official 10-Zecch...

(x) Italy, Venice, Doge Paolo Rainier (1779-1789), Gold Ducat or Zecchino, St. Mark standing in left field, presenting banner to Doge in right, rev. Christ standing facing within mandorla containing sixteen stars, 3.48g, 10h (Paolucci 12; Fb. 1434), struck with rusty dies, otherwise lustrous, a really bold very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, October 1972 - G1700 - nearly EFSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Italy, Umberto I (1878-1900), Gold 20-Lire, 1883 R, Rome, bare head left, rev. crowned shield in wreath, edge milled, 6.44g, 7h (Cud. 1211e; MIR 1098g; Pag. 579; Fb. 21), slightly bagmarked in otherwise quite brilliant and lustrous fields, a bold extremely fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Adolph Hess (Lucerne), Sale 243, 3-4 April 1974, lot 784 - FDC - CHF310 [£50]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Italy, Vittorio Emanuele III (1900-1946), Gold 20-Lire, 1923 R, Rome, 'Anniversary of the Fascist March on Rome, 22 October 1922', bare head left, rev. fasces and battle axe, edge milled, 6.45g, 7h (Cud. 1240a; MIR.1127a; Pag. 670; KM 64; Fb. 31), some bagmarks on neck, otherwise lustrous, near extremely fine, a commemorative type celebrating the rise of Benedetto MussoliniProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Adolph Hess (Lucerne), Sale 243, 3-4 April 1974, lot 791 - FDC - CHF5,060 [£740]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Iraq, Faisal II (1939-1958), 100 Fils, AH1375 [1955], bare head right, rev. Arabic legends, around denomination in central circle, edge milled, 9.93g, 12h (KM 118), lightly cleaned and rubbed, otherwise very fine, extremely rare, it is believed that most of these pieces were held within the bank vaults prior to the military coup of 14 July 1958 and subsequently melted afterwards, hence believed to be the rarest Iraqi coinSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Liechtenstein, Franz I (1929-1938), Gold 20-Franken, 1930, Bern, uniformed bust right, rev. crowned arms, edge milled, 6.46g, 6h (Divo 124; HMZ 2-1383a; Schlum. 5; Fb. 15), some surface marks, otherwise lustrous, much as struck, rare with only 1,500 pieces struckProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, August 1974, G708 [part] - £1,100Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Liechtenstein, Franz I (1929-1938), Gold 10-Franken, 1930, Bern, uniformed bust right, rev. crowned arms, edge milled, 3.23g, 6h (Divo 125; HMZ 2-1384a; Schlum. 6; Fb. 16), some cabinet friction, otherwise lustrous, virtually mint state, rare with only 2,500 pieces struckProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, August 1974, G708 [part] - £1,100Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Luxembourg, Wenceslaus I (1354-1383), Goldgulden or Florin d'Or, W WENCES | L | DVX P W, fleur-de-lys, rev. S IOHA | NNES S, St John the Baptist, standing facing, 3.49g, 8h (Frynas 2.1; Hutten-Czapski 147 [R2]; Kopicki 4907 [R6]), crimped and rubbed, otherwise good fine, very rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, January 1974 - G27 [Plate] - Silesia - Liegnitz - Brieg, Duchy, Wenceslaus, gulden or florin, St. John stdg. R. Lily (F.2801); Friedensberg 169, good VF - £165Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Mexico, First Republic, 8-Escudos, 1840 over 30 Do RM/RL, Durango, REPUBLICA MEXICANA, Eagle with snake in beak standing on cactus growing out of rock in the middle of lake, wreath of oak and laurel wreath below, rev. LA LIBERTAD EN LA LEY *8E Do 1840 R M 21Qs• hand scribing in book of Law with pen topped by liberty cap, edge obliquely milled, 27.07g, 12h (KM 383.3; Fb. 68), a small die break through reverse legend, and fields brushed to remove die lines, otherwise almost very fine, the overdate scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 22 November 1973 - £3...

(g) Montenegro, Nikola I Petrovic-Njegoš (1860-1918), 20-Perpera, 1910 SS, Vienna, edge lettered, 6.79g, 12h (KM 10; Schlum. 2; Fb. 2), lightly wiped, otherwise lustrous, a bolder very fine, very rare, 40,000 pieces reportedly struckSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Montenegro, Nikola I Petrovic-Njegoš (1860-1918), 10-Perpera, 1910 SS, Vienna, incuse edge lettering, 3.38g, 12h (KM 8; Schlum. 3; Fb. 3), polished, otherwise struck details about extremely fine, scarce, with a reported mintage of 40,000 piecesProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, September 1973, G3014 - EF - £165 [Inventory no. 732558]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Netherlands, Utrecht, 'Golden Rider' 14-Gulden, 1763, armoured rider on horseback, rev. crowned state shield, edge obliquely milled, 9.95g, 12h (Delmonte 970; Fb. 288; KM 104), trace double striking in reverse legends and bagmarks in otherwise quite brilliant fields, almost extremely fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink, November 1974 - £140Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Napoleonic Kingdom of Holland, Louis Napoleon (1806-1810), Ducat, 1809, Utrecht, bare head left, rev. KONIGRIJK - HOLLAND, crowned shield, date below, edge obliquely milled, 3.52g, 6h (Fb. 322; DMP 1106; Schulman 132), faint cabinet friction, otherwise lustrous with further mint frosting, good extremely fine and much as issued, rare so finely preservedProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink-Gallerie des Monnaies, 16-17 October 1974, lot 127Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Netherlands, Wilhelmina (1890-1948), Proof 25-Cents, 1904, 'Kroningstype', second 'Coronation' head left, rev. value and date in wreath, edge milled, 6h (Berkman 649; Scho. 857; KM 120.2 Proof Unlisted), unfortunate staining to reverse, otherwise lustrous and residually brilliant, struck details a bolder extremely fine, extremely rare, in NGC holder, graded Proof Details ~ Reverse Stained (Cert. #6135214-003)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Netherlands, Wilhelmina (1890-1948), Proof 10-Cents, 1904, 'Kroningstype', second 'Coronation' head left, rev. value and date in wreath, edge milled, 6h (Berkman 678; Scho. 886; KM 136 Proof Unlisted), heavily stained, otherwise brilliant and toned, extremely fine to much as struck, extremely rare, in NGC holder, graded Proof Details ~ Environmental Damage (Cert. #6135214-005)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) United Kingdom of Norway and Sweden, Oscar II (1872-1907), Gold 20-Kroner or 5 Speciedaler, 1875 EB, Kongsberg, edge milled, 8.89g, 11h (Fb. 15; KM 348; Sieg 103), some light marks, otherwise lustrous, a really bold very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 13 November 1973 - £75 [Inventory no. 733899]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Norway, Haakon VII (1905-1927), Gold 20-Kroner, 1910, Kongsberg, crowned and uniformed bust right, rev. Olaf II, the Saint, edge milled, 8.98g, 12h (Fb. 19; Schlum. 1; KM 376), the faintest traces of contact marks, otherwise a joyful example, practically FDCProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(g) NGC MS61 | Ottoman Empire, Turkey, Mahmud II (1808-1839), gold Hayriye Altin, Qustantiniyya, AH 1223, Year 21, Toughra with `adl before within circle, rev. three oval panels and three branches around edge milled, 12h (KM 638; OC30-054-00), lustrous, almost extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS61 (Cert. #6135216-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Peru, Philip V, Cob 8-Escudos, Lima, 1727 M, PHILIPPVS V DEI GRA REX HISPA, cross potent, alternating castles and Lions in angles, rev. L 8 M | P V A | 727, 27.08g, 12h (S.L28b; KM 38.2; CT 40), an enchanting 'piece of eight', a pleasing very fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 31 January 1974 - £750 [Inventory no. 734249]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Hungary, Wladislaw V (Ladislaus V) (1453-1457), Goldgulden or Ducat (or Florin), + LADISLAVA. D. G. R. VNGARIE, shield, rev. +SLADISL - AVS REX, Saint standing, holding orb and axe, K-G across fields, 3.56g, 6h (Lengyel 30/3; Pohl H3-4; Huszár 637; Fb. 16), bright surfaces, otherwise good very fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, February 1974 - G175 - £100 [Inventory no. 734614]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Poland, Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632), Ducat, 1599, Danzig [Gdansk], SIGIS 3 D G REX POL ET SVF D, crowned bust right, wearing ruff, rev. MONE NO CIVI GEDANESIS, coat-of-arms, Chi-Rho above, edge plain, 3.50g, 6h (Kopicki 7521; Fb. 10), creased and lustrous, fully round, a bolder very fine, extremely rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Poland, Treaty of Altanstadt, Carl XII and Frederick the Great, gold Medal, 1706, CAROL. XII. R. SVEC. PACIFICATOR, draped bust right, MDCCVI in exergue, rev. SAXONIAE - SARMATIAE, FELICITAS between shields, 8.62g, flan slightly bent, with rim damage and small Indian treasury number '120' below date, otherwise good very fine and excessively rare in gold, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Obverse Graffiti (Cert. #6135295-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Poland, Nicholas I (1825-1855), 50-Zloty, 1829-FH, laureate head of Alexander I right, rev. value and date in wreath (Bitkin 978; Fb.109; Berezowski 90; H-Cz. 3632; Kop. 2744), some scratches at reverse 12 o'clock, otherwise lustrous original surfaces with sporadic bagmarks, extremely fine, rare, in PGCS holder, graded AU Detail ~ Tooled (Cert. #38923306)ProvenanceSpink, World Coin e-Auction, 30 September 2019, lot 731Spink, Spring Auction, 27 March 2019, lot 715Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Poland, '900th Anniversary', Commemorative 20-Zlotych and 10-Zlotych, 1925 (2), 6.48g, 12h (Parchimowicz 126; Fb. 115; KM Y33); and, 3.24g, 12h (Parchimowicz 125; Fb. 116; KM Y32), both lacquered, otherwise brilliant, much as struck (2)ProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, September 1972 - G1575 - FDC - £60Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Portugal, Juan III (1521-1557), Cruzado, struck after 1537, "Lisbon Type", IOANES. III. R. PORTVGALIE, crowned shield, L-R in fields, rev. + IN. HOC. SIGNO. VINCES., plain cross (Gom 163.09; Fb. 26), slightly crimped and bright, a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 1974 - £325 [Inventory no. 740870]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Portugal, Sebastian I (1557-1578), Cruzado or 500-Reis, Lisbon, crowned shield, rev. voided cross potent, 3.79g, 8h (Gomes 57; Fb, 41), cleaned, smoothed and probably once mounted, otherwise struck details very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

NGC AU50 | Portugal, João V (1706-1750), 'Moidore' or 4,000-Reis, 1711, Lisbon, edge obliquely milled, 7h (Gomes 99.05; Fb. 94; KM 184), lightly toned, almost very fine, a seldom encountered date, in NGC holder, graded AU50 (Cert. #6295175-013)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Portugal, Maria II (1786-1799), Peça or 4-Escudos, 1789, Lisbon, edge straight grained, 14.45g, 12h (Gomes 30.01; Fb. 116; KM 299), light surface marks, otherwise lustrous, extremely fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 1973 - £150 [Inventory no. 730922]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

NGC AU55 | Portugal, Pedro V (1853-1861), 5000 Reis, 1861, bare head right, rev. crowned and garnished shield, milled edge, 6h, 8.88g (Fr 147), some very light bagmarks, including to face, light rubbing to obverse highpoints, otherwise hints of attractive toning, bolder very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #6295135-005)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Romania, Carol I (1866-1914), Commemorative Gold 20-Lei, 1866-1906 B, Brussels, '40th Anniversary of Reign', edge milled, 6.46g, 12h (Schäffer/Stambuliu 64; Fb. 5; KM 37), bagmarked otherwise residually brilliant in recesses, rare and desirable, a bolder very fine, only 15,000 pieces struckProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, August 1973, G2848 - VF - £49.50 [Inventory no. 731863, acquired 27 July 1973]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Romania, Carol I, Prince of Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen (1866-1914), Commemorative 25-Lei, 1906, 40th Anniversary of Coronation, 1866-1906, uniformed bust left, rev. crowned eagle, wings akimbo, edge milled, 8.10g, 1h (Schäffer/Stambuliu 65; KM 38; Fb. 7), lightly bagmarked and traces of peripheral tone, lustrous, a bolder extremely fine, scarce, with a reported mintage of just 28,000 piecesProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Adolph Hess (Lucerne), Sale 243, 3-4 April 1974, lot 1061 - vorzuglich - CHF1485 [£216]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT o...

(x) Russia, Alexander I Pavlovich (1801-1825), Platinum 3-Roubles, 1829 CHB, St. Petersburg, edge milled, 10.23g, 12h (Bitkin 74; Severin 595; Cr. 177; Fb. 160), lightly wiped, a really bold very fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Russia, Catherine II 'Velikaya' (1762-1796), Gold 10-Roubles, 1768 CNb, St. Petersburg, crowned and uniformed bust right, rev. cruciform shields, date in angles, edge obliquely grained, 12.94g, 12h (Bitkin 18; Petrov 22; Diakov 190; KM C79A; Fb. 129), rubbed and scuffed, only good to fair but scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, January 1974, G40 - F/good F - £245Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Russia, Alexander III (1881-1894), Gold 5-Roubles, 1888, St Petersburg, incuse edge lettered, 6.43g, 11h (Bitkin 27; Fb. 168; Conros 19/4), faint edge bruising, otherwise a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, February 1973 - G2263 - good VF - £20 [Inventory 724013]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) U.S.S.R, 10 Roubles or Chervonetz, 1923, Moscow, edge incuse lettered, 8.63g, 12h (Fb. 181; Schl. 232; KM Y85), muted lustre, otherwise almost extremely fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 23 July 1973 - £170 [Inventory no. 732565]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Serbia, Milan IV Obrenovic, as King (1868-1889), Gold 20-Dinara, 1882 V, Vienna, edge starred, 6.45g, 7h (KM 17.1; Mandic 15; Schlum. 2; Fb. 4), a lovely 'fresh' example, choice, much as struckProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Serbia, Milan IV Obrenovic, as King (1868-1889), Gold 10-Dinara, 1882 V, bare head right, rev. crowned value in wreath, edge milled, 3.21g, 6h (Fb 5; KM 16), residually lustrous, a pleasing very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Serbia, Aleksandar I Karadordevic (1921-1934), Gold 20-Dinara, 1925, Paris, edge milled, 6.45g, 6h (KM 7; Mandic 7; Schlum. 1; Fb. 3), an exceptional example, choice FDCProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Visigoths in Spain, Witteric (603-609), AV Tremissis, Emerita (Mérida), 1.52g, +VVITTIRICVS REX, facing bust, rev. + EMERITA PIVS, facing bust, 1.52g, 6h (CNV 175.9; Pliego 194c; Miles, Visigoths 143b; Chaves –; MEC 1, –; cf. ME 193), good very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Spain, Ferdinand V and Isabella I (1474-1504), Double-Excellente, Seville, crowned busts facing each other, S between, rev. eagle-topped shield, 6.93g, 6h (Cayon 2934; Cal. 73; Fb. 129), partial striking softness, otherwise bright, a bolder very fine, scarce in this high gradeProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Seaby, 1972 - £275 [Inventory no. 723596]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Spain, Philip II 'el Prudente' (1556-1598), Cob 4-Escudos, Séville, PHILIPPVS II DEI GRATIA, crowned square-topped shield, SII and IIII in field, rev. + HISPANIARVM REX, cross potent at centre of quadrilobe, (Cayon 4143; Cal. 11; Fb. 158), irregular flan, otherwise uniformly bold, good very fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SCMB, January 1973 - G2053 - VF - £140Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Spain, Charles III (1759-1788), 8 Escudo, 1778 M, armoured and draped bust right, rev. crowned shield within Order chain, obliquely milled edge, 12h, 20.47g (KM 409.1), rust to areas of reverse legends and some light bagmarks to obverse, otherwise with somewhat proof-like fields, near extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded AU DETAILS ~ Obverse Scratched (Cert. #6295135-006)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Spain, Isabel II (1833-1868), Doublon of 100-Reales, 1850 M, Madrid, edge milled, 8.14g, 12h (Cal. 757; LM 264; Cayon 17351; KM 594.2), struck with a flawed flan, otherwise lustrous, good very fine / extremely fine, a scarce dateProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins SNC, April 1973, no. 3620 - £75 [ticket dated December 1972]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Spanish Philippines, Alfonso XII (1874-1886), 4-Pesos, 1882, Manila, by Gregorio Sellan, bare head left, rev. Spanish Royal Coat-of-Arms, edge milled, 6.79g, 1h (Cayón 17569; Cal. 76; KM 151), faint bagmarks and a nick to reverse rim at 12 o'clock, otherwise quite brilliant, a pleasingly good extremely fine, very rare, especially in this conditionProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Sweden, Carl XIII (1809-1818), Ducat, 1814 OL, Stockholm, by Olof Lidijn, CARL XIII SVERIGES G OCH V KONUNG, head right, rev. MIN HÖGSTA IAG HOLKETS VÄL, crowned shield, edge obliquely milled, 3.47g, 12h (Ahlström 6; Fb. 81; SMH 1:5; JH 572), some die clashing on brow, otherwise lustrous and quite brilliant, almost extremely fine, very rare, only 21,864 pieces reportedly struckProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Spink-Gallerie des Monnaies, 16-17 October 1974, lot 845Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Switzerland, Bern, Double Duplone, 1795, Christian Fueter, RESPUBLICA BERNENSIS, crowned oval shield with garnish, rev. wreath surrounding DEUS PROVIDEBIT, edge grained, 15.25g, 6h (Lohner 131; D/T 499c; HMZ 2-211d; Fb. 181), faint handling marks in otherwise brilliant and lightly toned fields, near extremely fine, scarceProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Adolph Hess (Lucerne), Sale 243, 3-4 April 1974, lot 61 - vorzuglich-FDC - CHF6,750 [£1,082.50]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Uruguay, Republic, Commemorative 5-Pesos, 1930, Paris, by Lucien Georges Bazor, 'Centenary of the Constitution', 1830-1930, bare head right, rev. olive branches flanking stylized rising sunrays, overset by value and date, raised edge lettering, 8.49g, 6h (KM 27; Fb. 6), wisps of bagmarks, otherwise fully lustrous, much as struck, only 14,415 issued from a mintage of 100,000 piecesProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold Coins Glendining, 22-23 November 1972, lot 284 [Seaby for Webber]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Albania, Ahmet Zogu (Zog I) (1925-1937), 'Two Stars Type', 100-Franga Ari, 1926 R, Rome, by Giuseppe Romagnoli, bare head left, two stars below, rev. Charioteer driving Biga, edge milled, 32.34g, 7h (Fb. 1; Mont. 6; Schlum. 5; KM 11), traces of adhesive and latterly conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, good extremely fine, scarce and a pleasing example even of this, the most common variety, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135289-003)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT...

The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austria, Joseph II (1780-1790), Ducat, 1787 A, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. crowned Imperial double-headed eagle, edge obliquely milled, 3.47g, 12h (Fb. 439; Herinek 29; KM 1873), light surface marks behind head and latterly conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, almost extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135289-005)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

MS60 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austria, Joseph II (1780-1790), Ducat, 1787 A, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. crowned Imperial double-headed eagle, edge obliquely milled, 3.51g, 12h (Fb. 439; Herinek 29; KM 1873), light surface marks and scratches by eagle's head and latterly conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, a bolder very fine, in NGC holder, graded MS60 (Cert. #6135289-013)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austria, Joseph II (1780-1790), ½-Sovrano, 1786 A, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. crowned Imperial double-headed eagle, edge obliquely milled, 3.47g, 6h (Fb. 444; Herinek 101; J.45; KM 35), struck on an irregular flan, with brushed surfaces overlying residually lustrous fields, latterly conserved by NGC, a bolder very fine, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135289-012)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condit...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Ducat, 1853 A, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, edge milled, 3.47g, 11h (Fb. 490; Herinek 78; J.297; KM 2263; Rie 02.03), some peripheral staining and handling marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise residually brilliant, almost extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Reverse Cleaned (Cert. #6135289-014)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Ter...

(g) NGC MS62 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Ducat, 1853 A, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, 3.50g, 12h, edge milled (Fb. 490; Herinek 76; J.297; KM 2263; Rie 02.03), stained but brilliant, lightly hairlined and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise quite brilliant, extremely fine, rare, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6135187-011)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for B...

(g) NGC MS64+ | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Ducat, 1880, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, 3.49g, 12h, edge milled (Fb. 493; Herinek 149; J.344; Frühwald 1239; KM 2267), stained and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS64+ (Cert. #6135187-003)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 20-Corona, 1892, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, 6.77g, 12h, edge milled (Fb. 504; KM 2806; Frühwald 1924), edge bruise at reverse 10 o'clock and scratches on neck and conserved by NGC, otherwise a bold very fine, the reverse lustrous and better still, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-018)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Cond...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 20-Corona, 1893, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, 6.76g, 12h, edge milled (Fb. 504; KM 2806; Frühwald 1925), conserved by NGC, otherwise good very fine, the reverse lustrous and better still, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-017)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 20-Corona, 1897, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, 6.78g, 12h, edge milled (Fb. 504; KM 2806; Frühwald 1929), lightly wiped with a surface mark before nose and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, otherwise a bold very fine / extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Obverse Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-019)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms...

(g) MS62 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Ducat, 1904, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, 3.50g, 12h, edge milled (Fb. 493; Herinek 173; J.344; Rie. 06.03), stained with the odd surface mark and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6135286-016)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS63 PROOFLIKE | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Ducat, 1912, Vienna, laureate head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, 3.50g, 12h, edge milled (Fb. 493; Herinek 181; J.344; KM 2267), stained but conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS63 PL (Cert. #6135187-004)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 10-Corona (5), 1896, 3.38g; 1905, 3.38g; 1848-1908 (2), 3.38g; 3.36g; 1910, 3.37g (KM 2805, 2810, 2816), mixed peripheral staining and surface marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, generally lustrous and a bolder very fine, in NGC holders (Cert. #6135291), graded AU Details ~ Cleaned (001); MS61 (002); AU58 (003); MS60 (004); AU Details ~ Cleaned (005) (5)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view T...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 10-Corona (5), 1899, 3,39g; 1902, 3.36g; 1904 (3), 3.37g; 3.37g; 3.38g (Fb. 252; Frühwald 2089; Huszár 2200; Herinek 402; J.408; KM 485), mixed peripheral staining and surface marks and all subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, generally a bolder very fine, in NGC holders, graded AU-Details and UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert.# 6135288-001/002/003/004/005/006/007/008) (8)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more inf...

(g) NGC AU55 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 10-Corona, 1909, Kremnitz, bare head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, incuse security edge, 3.38g, 12h (Fb. 513; KM 2815), stained but lustrous, and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise a bolder very fine, in NGC holder, graded AU55 (Cert. #6135187-010)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Commemorative 'Lady in the Clouds' 100-Corona, 1908, Vienna, 'On the 60th Anniversary of the Reign', by Marschall and Neuberger, bare head right, rev. 1848 | 1908 | 100 COR·, 'Lady in the Clouds', DVODECIM LVSTRIS | GLORIOSE PERACTIS in two lines below, incuse security edge, 33.97g, 6h (Fb. 514; Frühwald 1918; Herinek 319; Novotný 140; KM 2812), some peripheral staining, bagmarks and traces of adhesive and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise quite brilliant, good very fine, an iconic an...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 100-Corona, 1910, Vienna, bare head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, incuse security edge, 33.93g, 12h (Fb. 507; Frühwald 1918; Herinek 319; Novotný 140; KM 2819), some cabinet friction and traces of adhesive, subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous and quite brilliant, a sought after type coin, extremely fine, very rare with only 3,074 reportedly struck, in NGC holder, graded Prooflike Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135187-018)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and Europe...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Commemorative 100-Corona, 1913, Vienna, bare head right, rev. crowned Imperial double-headed eagle, incuse security edge, 33.96g, 6h (Fb. 507; Frühwald 1921; Herinek 322; Novotný 140; KM 2819), rust stains and surface friction in otherwise brilliant fields and subsequently conserved by NGC, extremely fine, and very scarce with a mintage of 2,696 pieces, in NGC holder, graded Prooflike Details ~ Obverse Spot Removed (Cert. #6135289-017)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold...

(g) NGC PL58 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 100-Corona, 1914, Vienna, bare head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, incuse security edge, 33.92g, 12h (Fb. 507; Frühwald 1922; Herinek 323; Novotný 140; KM 2819), some cabinet friction, otherwise lustrous and quite brilliant, a sought after type coin, good very fine / extremely fine, only 1,195 reportedly struck, in NGC holder, graded PL58 (Cert. #6135187-016)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more inf...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), 100-Corona, 1914, Vienna, bare head right, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, incuse security edge, 33.93g, 12h (Fb. 507; Frühwald 1922; Herinek 323; Novotný 140; KM 2819), some cabinet friction, iron-staining and adhesive, subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous and quite brilliant, a sought after type coin, extremely fine, rare and sought-after with only 1,195 reportedly struck, in NGC holder, graded Prooflike Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135187-019)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of...

(g) MS63 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1923, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.51g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Schlum. 14; KM 8), conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, good extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 61,861 struck, in NGC holder, graded MS63 (Cert. #6135286-004)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1923, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.50g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Schlum. 14; KM 8), lightly wiped in fields and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, the reverse better, a popular and sought after type, 61,861 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-005)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For...

(g) NGC MS62 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1928, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.48g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), stained but subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, much as struck, a key date of issue with a reported mintage of only 9,729 struck, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6135187-009)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. Fo...

(g) NGC MS63 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1928, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.48g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), stained but lustrous and subsequently conserved by NGC, a bold extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, especially for this scarcer date of issue with only 18,292 struck, in NGC holder, graded MS63 (Cert. #6135187-008)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject...

The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.50g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-012)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.49g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-015)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.48g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), a scuff in right field and peripheral staining and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, the reverse better, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-006)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold...

(g) MS61 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.48g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded MS61 (Cert. #6135286-007)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condit...

(g) MS61 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.50g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), a few surface marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded MS61 (Cert. #6135286-008)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more inf...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.49g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), a few surface marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-009)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. Fo...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.49g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), a few surface marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-010)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. Fo...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.50g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), a few surface marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-011)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. Fo...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.49g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), some surface hairlines and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-013)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium....

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 3.50g, 12h (Fb. 2; M&CH CSR1D-005; Valovic CSD2; Novotný 16; Schlum. 24; KM 8), two small marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, a popular and sought after type, 57,597 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135286-014)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For mo...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 'Commemorating the 60th Birthday of Dr. Antonin Švehla', Medallic Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, ANT + SVELHA + 1873, bare head left, rev. VYSEL ROZSEVAC, farmer sowing seeds, edge milled, 3.49g, 12h (Fb. 12; M&CH CSR1-MED8; Novotný V.A; Schlum. 60; KM XM15), small countermarks by foot, and with a scuff before nose, some surface friction to reverse suggestive of past cleaning and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, a bolder very fine with a reported mintage of only 1,000 pieces, in NG...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 'Commemorating the 60th Birthday of Dr. Antonin Švehla', Medallic Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, 'Cross above Date' Variety, ANT + SVELHA + 1873, bare head left, counterstamped on bust, rev. VYSEL ROZSEVAC, farmer sowing seeds, cross above date, edge milled, 3.49g, 12h (Fb. 12a; Schlum. 60.1; KM XM16), some surface friction to reverse suggestive of past cleaning and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise quite brilliant, a bolder very fine with a reported mintage of only 1,000 pieces inclusive of...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 'Commemorating the 60th Birthday of Dr. Antonin Švehla', Medallic Ducat, 1933, Kremnitz, 'Cross above Date' Variety, ANT + SVELHA + 1873, bare head left, counterstamped on bust, rev. VYSEL ROZSEVAC, farmer sowing seeds, cross above date, edge milled, 3.50g, 12h (Fb. 12a; Schlum. 60.1; KM XM16), traces of filing to edge at 3 o'clock, and lightly wiped with hairlines in otherwise brilliant fields and subsequently conserved by NGC, a really bold very fine with a reported mintage of only 1,000 p...

(g) MS62 PL | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 'Reopening of the Mines of Kremnitz', Commemorative Ducat, 1934, Kremnitz, by Anton Hám, S CIVITATIS REGIS CAROL DE CREMNICA, praying haloed Catherine right in flower shaped frame, circumscription in hexagonal frame, rev. Mining above and below ground, hallmarked .987 and K punch, edge milled, 3.49g, 12h (Fb. 16; Müseler 69/9; Schlum. 64; KM X14.1), some deposits in recesses and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise brilliant, extremely fine and very rare, with only reportedly 2...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 'Reopening of the Mines of Kremnitz', Commemorative Ducat, 1934, Kremnitz, by Anton Hám, S CIVITATIS REGIS CAROL DE CREMNICA, praying haloed Catherine right in flower shaped frame, circumscription in hexagonal frame, rev. Mining above and below ground, hallmarked .987 and K punch, edge milled, 3.50g, 12h (Fb. 16; Müseler 69/9; Schlum. 64; KM X14.1), small edge bruise at 11 o'clock and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise quite brilliant, extremely fine and very rare, with only reportedly...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 2-Dukáty (2-Ducats), 1923, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 6.98g, 12h (Fb. 1; M&CH CSR1D-003; Valovic CSD3; Novotný 17; KM 9), scratches in right field and somewhat bright and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, only 4,000 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Obverse Scratched (Cert. #6135289-009)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Pre...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), '10th Anniversary of the Republic, 1918-1928', Decennial Commemorative Medallic 2-Dukáty (2-Ducats), 1928, Kremnitz, by Otakar Španiel, JSEM RAŽEN Z CESKÉHO KOVU, Saint driving plow drawn by Devil left, Medieval miner ascending from ground by ladder, holding oil lamp, barren tree and machinery on either side; all within beaded square, rev. Coat-of-arms, bordered by laurel branches on either side, 1918-1928 above, arms surmounted by St. Wenceslas, raising hand in benediction and holding banne...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), '10th Anniversary of the Republic, 1918-1928', Decennial Commemorative Medallic 2-Dukáty (2-Ducats), 1928, Kremnitz, by Otakar Španiel, JSEM RAŽEN Z CESKÉHO KOVU, Saint driving plow drawn by Devil left, Medieval miner ascending from ground by ladder, holding oil lamp, barren tree and machinery on either side; all within beaded square, rev. Coat-of-arms, bordered by laurel branches on either side, 1918-1928 above, arms surmounted by St. Wenceslas, raising hand in benediction and holding banne...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), '10th Anniversary of the Republic, 1918-1928', Decennial Commemorative Medallic 2-Dukáty (2-Ducats), 1928, Kremnitz, by Otakar Španiel, JSEM RAŽEN Z CESKÉHO KOVU, Saint driving plow drawn by Devil left, Medieval miner ascending from ground by ladder, holding oil lamp, barren tree and machinery on either side; all within beaded square, rev. Coat-of-arms, bordered by laurel branches on either side, 1918-1928 above, arms surmounted by St. Wenceslas, raising hand in benediction and holding banne...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 2-Dukáty (2-Ducats), 1933, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 6.98g, 12h (Fb. 1; M&CH CSR1D-003; Valovic CSD3; Novotný 17; KM 9), lightly wiped with some surface marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, only 4,669 struck, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135289-010)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more in...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 2-Dukáty (2-Ducats), 1935, Kremnitz, St. Wenceslas standing facing, rev. rampant Czech Lion in Slovak shield, edge milled, 7.02g, 12h (Fb. 1; M&CH CSR1D-003; Valovic CSD3; Novotný 17; KM 9), peripherally stained and scattered friction marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous, a bold extremely fine, highly sought-after only 2,557 struck, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Obverse Cleaned (Cert. #6135289-018)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubj...

(g) MS63 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), '10th Anniversary of the Republic, 1918-1928', Decennial Commemorative Medallic 4-Dukáty (4-Ducats), 1928, Kremnitz, by Otakar Španiel, JSEM RAŽEN Z CESKÉHO KOVU, Saint driving plow drawn by Devil left, Medieval miner ascending from ground by ladder, holding oil lamp, barren tree and machinery on either side; all within beaded square, rev. Coat-of-arms, bordered by laurel branches on either side, 1918-1928 above, arms surmounted by St. Wenceslas, raising hand in benediction and holdin...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), '10th Anniversary of the Republic, 1918-1928', Decennial Commemorative Medallic 4-Dukáty (4-Ducats), 1928, Kremnitz, by Otakar Španiel, JSEM RAŽEN Z CESKÉHO KOVU, Saint driving plow drawn by Devil left, Medieval miner ascending from ground by ladder, holding oil lamp, barren tree and machinery on either side; all within beaded square, rev. Coat-of-arms, bordered by laurel branches on either side, 1918-1928 above, arms surmounted by St. Wenceslas, raising hand in benediction and holding banne...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), '10th Anniversary of the Republic, 1918-1928', Decennial Commemorative Medallic 4-Dukáty (4-Ducats), 1928, Kremnitz, by Otakar Španiel, JSEM RAŽEN Z CESKÉHO KOVU, Saint driving plow drawn by Devil left, Medieval miner ascending from ground by ladder, holding oil lamp, barren tree and machinery on either side; all within beaded square, rev. Coat-of-arms, bordered by laurel branches on either side, 1918-1928 above, arms surmounted by St. Wenceslas, raising hand in benediction and holding banne...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), '10th Anniversary of the Republic, 1918-1928', Decennial Commemorative Medallic 4-Dukáty (4-Ducats), 1928, Kremnitz, by Otakar Španiel, JSEM RAŽEN Z CESKÉHO KOVU, Saint driving plow drawn by Devil left, Medieval miner ascending from ground by ladder, holding oil lamp, barren tree and machinery on either side; all within beaded square, rev. Coat-of-arms, bordered by laurel branches on either side, 1918-1928 above, arms surmounted by St. Wenceslas, raising hand in benediction and holding banne...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), '10th Anniversary of the Republic, 1918-1928', Decennial Commemorative Medallic 4-Dukáty (4-Ducats), 1928, Kremnitz, by Otakar Španiel, JSEM RAŽEN Z CESKÉHO KOVU, Saint driving plow drawn by Devil left, Medieval miner ascending from ground by ladder, holding oil lamp, barren tree and machinery on either side; all within beaded square, rev. Coat-of-arms, bordered by laurel branches on either side, 1918-1928 above, arms surmounted by St. Wenceslas, raising hand in benediction and holding banne...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Commemorative 5-Dukáty (5-Ducats), 1936, Kremnitz, by J. Benda and O. Španiel, NEDEJ ZAHYNOUTI NAM I BUDOCIM, St Wenceslaus on Horseback, rev. + REPUBLIKA CESKOSLOVENSKA +, rampant Lion in Slovak shield, 5 AND 1936 below, edge milled, 17.51g, 12h (Fb. 5; M&CH CSR1D-002; Valovic CSD4; Novotný 18; Schlum. 50), some surface smoothing by Wenceslaus' left arm, staining spots across brilliant surfaces and a nick at 8 o'clock and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise extremely fine and highly so...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Commemorative 5-Dukáty (5-Ducats), 1936, Kremnitz, by J. Benda and O. Španiel, NEDEJ ZAHYNOUTI NAM I BUDOCIM, St Wenceslaus on Horseback, rev. + REPUBLIKA CESKOSLOVENSKA +, rampant Lion in Slovak shield, 5 AND 1936 below, edge milled, 17.50g, 12h (Fb. 5; M&CH CSR1D-002; Valovic CSD4; Novotný 18; Schlum. 50), surface staining and friction and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous and quite brilliant, extremely fine and highly sought-after, very rare with a mintage of only 728 piec...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), 'Reopening of the Mines of Kremnitz', Commemorative Ducat, 1934, Kremnitz, by Anton Hám, S CIVITATIS REGIS CAROL DE CREMNICA, praying haloed Catherine right in flower shaped frame, circumscription in hexagonal frame, rev. Mining above and below ground, hallmarked .987 and K punch, edge milled, 17.50g, 12h (Fb. 14; M&CH CSR1-MED9; Schlum. 62; Novotný VI.B), traces of adhesive and some light surface marks and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise quite brilliant, extremely fine a prized rar...

(g) NGC MS63 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Commemorative 10-Dukátu (10-Ducats), 1932, Kremnitz, by J. Benda and O. Španiel, NEDEJ · ZAHYNOUTI · NÁM · I · BUDOUCÍM, +929 B-O·Š, St Wenceslaus on Horseback, rev. + REPUBLIKA CESKOSLOVENSKA +, rampant Lion in Slovak shield, linden sprig in right field, 10 and 1932 below, edge milled, 34.99g, 12h (Fb. 4; MCH CSR1D-001; Valovic CSD5; Novotný 19), scattered rust spots and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous and brilliant, good extremely fine, an iconic Inter-war issu...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Commemorative 10-Dukátu (10-Ducats), 1933, Kremnitz, by J. Benda and O. Španiel, NEDEJ · ZAHYNOUTI · NÁM · I · BUDOUCÍM, +929 B-O·Š, St Wenceslaus on Horseback, rev. + REPUBLIKA CESKOSLOVENSKA +, rampant Lion in Slovak shield, linden sprig in right field, 10 and 1933 below, edge milled, 34.98g, 12h (Fb. 4; MCH CSR1D-001; Valovic CSD5; Novotný 19), scuffs above horse's head and traces of adhesive and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous and quite brilliant, extremely fine, an ico...

(g) MS62 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Czechoslovakia, First Republic (1918-1939), Commemorative 10-Dukátu (10-Ducats), 1935, Kremnitz, by J. Benda and O. Španiel, NEDEJ · ZAHYNOUTI · NÁM · I · BUDOUCÍM, +929 B-O·Š, St Wenceslaus on Horseback, rev. + REPUBLIKA CESKOSLOVENSKA +, rampant Lion in Slovak shield, linden sprig in right field, 10 and 1935 below, edge milled, 35.00g, 12h (Fb. 4; MCH CSR1D-001; Valovic CSD5; Novotný 19), peripheral iron staining and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lustrous and much as struck, an iconic Inter-war issue, and an excess...

The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Hungary, Maria Theresa (1740-1780), 2-Ducats, 1765 KB, Kremnitz, edge chevron milled, 6.99g, 12h (Fb. 179; Eypeltauer 250; Rádoczy 17; Huszár 1649; KM 379), some surface marks and hairlines and conserved by NGC, otherwise bright and lustrous with residual brilliance, almost extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Cleaned (Cert. #6135289-006)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Hungary, Maria Theresa (1740-1780), 2-Ducats, 1765 KB, Kremnitz, edge chevron milled, 6.97g, 12h (Fb. 179; Eypeltauer 250; Rádoczy 17; Huszár 1649; KM 379), conserved by NGC, scuffed and brushed but residually brilliant, otherwise a bolder very fine, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Removed from Jewellery (Cert. #6135190-004)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(g) NGC MS62 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Hungary, Ferdinand V (1835-1848), Ducat, 1848, Kremnitz, edge milled, 3.50g, 12h (Fb. 222; Huszár 2075; Unger II 1414; J.253; Schlum. 26; Frühwald 930; Rie. 12.03), stained and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise brilliant, extremely fine, very rare, in NGC holder, graded MS62 (Cert. #6135187-006)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC AU53 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Holy Roman Empire, Principality of Transylvania, Maria Theresa (1740-1780), 2-Dukáts (2-Ducats), 1768 HG, Karlsburg, edge obliquely milled, 6.94g, 12h (Eypeltauer 382; Herinek 4; Fb. 541; ÉH 599a; H.953; KM 650), removed from a mount with edges smoothed, the surfaces stained, otherwise lustrous, the reverse quite brilliant, a bolder very fine, the first year of issue, very rare, in NGC holder, graded AU53 (Cert. #6135187-005)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. Fo...

The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Holy Roman Empire, Principality of Transylvania, Maria Theresa (1740-1780), 2-Dukáts (2-Ducats), 1775 HG, Karlsburg, edge obliquely milled, 6.99g, 12h (Eypeltauer 382a; Herinek 11; Fb. 541; ÉH 599a; H.953; KM 650), conserved by NGC, with light handling marks and a scuff by the B of BOH, otherwise lustrous and quite brilliant, extremely fine, rare, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Obverse Spot Removed (Cert. #6135187-011)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more inform...

The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Holy Roman Empire, Principality of Transylvania, Maria Theresa (1740-1780), Ducat, 1755, Karlsburg, edge obliquely milled, 3.45g, 12h (Eypeltauer 353; Herinek 207; Fb. 543; Resch. 47; Huszár 958), cleaned and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise very fine, scarce, in NGC holder, graded AU Details ~ Cleaned and Bent (Cert. #6135289-011)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Italy, Doges of Venice, Ludovico Manin (1789-1797), Zecchino, LVDO MANIN S M VENET, S, Doge kneeling before nimbate Christ, rev. SIT T XPE DAT Q TV REGIS ISTE DVCA, edge plain, 3.32g, 10h (Paolucci 14; Fb, 1445; KM 755), some staining and a dent in flan and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise lightly lustrous, very fine, the reverse better, in NGC holder, graded UNC Details ~ Edge Filing (Cert. #6135187-013)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information pleas...

(g) The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Russia, Alexander I (1825-1855), Imitation Trade Ducat, 1837, St. Petersburg, armoured figure standing right, holding clutch of arrows, date below, rev. text in cartouche, edge obliquely milled, 3.38g, 12h (Bitkin 39; Schlum. -; Fb. 161), brushed but lustrous with peripheral staining and subsequently conserved by NGC, very fine, very rare, in NGC holder, graded AU Details, Removed from Jewellery (Cert. #6135190-003)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informatio...

(g) MS60 | The Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold Coins | Yugoslavia, Alexander I (1921-1934), Countermarked 4-Ducatu, 1931, conjoined busts left, Corn countermark at end of legend, rev. Imperial double-headed eagle, edge milled, 14.04g, 12h (Fb. 4; KM 14.2), adhesive and iron-stained and subsequently conserved by NGC, otherwise brilliant, extremely fine, in NGC holder, graded MS60 (Cert. #6135289-004)ProvenanceThe Mašek Collection of Czech and European Gold CoinsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Albania, Ahmet Zogu (Zog I) (1925-1937), 'Skanderbeg' Proof 20-Franga Ari, 1927 V, Vienna, by Romanogli, bust of Prince George Kastrioti right, PROVA in left field, rev. Lion of St Mark facing, edge milled, 6.44g, 6h (Mont. 27; cf. Schlum. 19; cf. Fb. 6; KM Pr15), of matte appearance, otherwise lustrous, good extremely fine, extremely rare as a proofProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsAdolph Hess (Lucerne), Sale 243, 3-4 April 1974, lot 338 - FDC - CHF1,100 [£160]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Argentina, 17-Pesos or 8-Escudos, 1830 RA P, La Rioja [under Lamadrid], PROVINCIAS DEL RIO DE LA PLATA, blazing sun, rev. EN UNION Y LIBERTAD RA P 8S 1830, seal of the Constitutional General Assembly of 1813, blue chief occupying half the shield (barry), with hands clasped holding a pike with a Phrygian cap, flags flanking surrounding laurel wreath, traversed cannons saltire and drum below, edge obliquely grained, 27.27g, 6h (Fb. 2; KM 21; Onza 1563), some minor edge bruising, a trace of tooling above date and a pinhole scratch at 10 o'clock, otherwise lustrous with hints of peripheral red...

(x) Australia, Government Assay Office, Adelaide Pound, 1852, Type 2, crenelated inner circles, edge milled, 8.71g, 12h (KM 2; Fb. 3), flan filed between 11 and 4 o'clock (mint adjustment ?), and lightly cleaned, otherwise residually lustrous, struck details almost extremely fine, an iconic issue from early AustraliaProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSCMB, March 1973, G2339 - nearly EF - £400 [Inventory no. 730050]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Australia, Victoria (1837-1901), Sydney Branch Mint, Sovereign, 1863, laureate head left, rev. AUSTRALIA and crown in wreath, edge milled, 7.98g, 6h (McD 110; Bentley 643; Marsh 368; KM 4; Fb. 10), lightly cleaned but lustrous, very fine / good very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSeaby, 1973 - £25 [Inventory no. 730446]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Australia, Victoria (1837-1901), Sydney Branch Mint, Sovereign, 1867, laureate head left, rev. AUSTRALIA and crown in wreath, edge milled, 7.98g, 6h (McD 114; Marsh 372; KM 4; Fb. 10), bright, bagmarked and lustrous, otherwise a really bold very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Australia, Victoria (1837-1901), Sydney Branch Mint, Sovereign, 1870, laureate head left, rev. AUSTRALIA and crown in wreath, edge milled, 7.99g, 6h (Marsh 375; KM 4), a die break before nose and lightly bagmarked, otherwise lustrous, very fine / a bolder very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSeaby, 1973 - £27.50 [Inventory no. 730454]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Australia, Victoria (1837-1901), Sydney Branch Mint, Half-Sovereign, 1857, laureate head left, rev. AUSTRALIA and crown in wreath, edge milled, 3.99g, 6h (Marsh 382; KM 3; Fb. 10a), some cabinet friction, otherwise a wholesome example, a pleasing very fine, very scarce in higher gradesProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

(x) Victoria (1837-1901), 'Shieldback' Sovereign, 1864, die number 50, Type 1b, edge milled, 7.97g, 6h (Marsh 49; Spink 3853), lightly cleaned, almost very fine / very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Australia, Victoria (1837-1901), 'Jubilee' Sovereign, 1887 M, Melbourne, first legend, normal J.E.B., rev. St. George and Dragon, edge milled, 8.00g, 12h (Dish M7; Marsh 131A McD 175A; Spink 3867A), some light marks, otherwise lustrous, extremely fine, the reverse much as issuedSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Australia, Edward VII (1901-1910), Sovereign, 1909 M, Melbourne, bare head right, rev. St. George and Dragon, edge milled, 8.01g, 12h (McD 232; Marsh 193; Spink 3971), softly struck to portrait, otherwise lustrous, extremely fineProvenanceSeaby, 1965 - £7.0.0 [Inventory ticket no. 652403]Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

(x) Holy Roman Empire, Karl V, Siege of Vienna by the Ottoman Forces (1521-1564), Gold Klippe Ducat, 1529, TVRK BLE | GERT WI | EN, crowned and armoured bust of Ferdinand I, 15-Z9, rev. decorated cross with four ornate shields in the angles, 3.52g (Brause-Mansfeld pl. XLII, 9; Markl 278; MzA 22; Fb. 22), on a slightly wavy flan, otherwise good very fineProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Austria, Holy Roman Empire, Matthias II (1612-1619), Cast Coronation Gold Medal of 4-Ducats, 24 June 1612, MATTHIAS II D G H B REX CORON IN REG ROM 24 IVN 1612, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, wearing high ruff collar, rev. LVMINE MAIOR CONCORDI, crown between radiant sun and moon, edge plain, 14.00g, 12h (cf. Förschner 30.4; cf. JuF. 324d; cf. Hohenkubin 273), small test mark on edge, good very fine, very rareProvenanceSpink 233, 2-3 December 2015, lot 785Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

NGC MS60 | Austria, Habsburg, Ferdinand III (1637-1657), 10-Ducats, 1641, Graz, FERDINANDVS III D G ROM IMP S A G H BO REX, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, rev. ARCHI + AVST + DVX + BVRG + STYRIAE + TEC, crowned oval shield with collar chain of the Order of the Golden Fleece, date above, unsigned, edge plain, 34.92g, 12h (cf. KM 895 [Thaler]; cf. Herinek 396 [Thaler]; cf. Dav 3187 [Thaler]; cf. Fb. 197 [10-Ducats]; cf. Herinek 24 [10-Ducats]), lightly cleaned with some minor metal flawing in fields, otherwise extremely fine and presumed unique, a previously unrecorded striking from...

Austria, Leopold I, as Holy Roman Emperor (1657-1705), Cast Coronation Gold Medal of 7-Ducats, 1658, LEOPOLDVS . D G . ROM . IMPERATOR, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right wearing the Collar of the Golden Fleece, rev. CONSILIO. ET. INDVSTRIA, all-seeing Eye shining down on crowned device within wreath, hands holding swords emerging from clouds at sides; High-relief portrait, 23.90g, 12h (Mont. 857var.), removed from a mount with smoothing to rims at 10, 2 and 6 o'clock, and with further old tooling in fields to remove casting lines, otherwise an emphatic later-casting high-relief portrai...

(x) Austria, Holy Roman Empire, Charles VI (1711-1740), Ducato, 1722, CAROLVS VI D G R I S A H H B R, King standing right, holding orb and sceptre, K-B across field, rev. PATRONA REGNI HVNGARIAE 1722, crowned Madonna and child, edge obliquely milled, 3.48g, 12h (KM 291; Fb. 171), slightly crimped, otherwise residually brilliant, a really good very fine / almost extremely fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsAdolph Hess (Lucerne), Sale 243, 3-4 April 1974, lot 929 - vorzuglich - CHF1,925 [£280]Subject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Pre...

(x) Austria, Francis II, 'Adoption of the Austrian Imperial Title in Vienna', Gold Jetton of 1.25 Ducats, 1804, FRANCISCVS ROM ET AVSTRIAE IMP, bare head right, rev. OB AVSTRIAM HAER IMP DIGNITATE OB NATAM, wreath surrounding HILARITAS PVBLICA VI ID DEC MDCCCIV in four lines, 4.38g, 11h (Novák XVII-O-1a; Horsky 3378), surface marks on cheek and in fields, otherwise residually lustrous, almost extremely fine, rareProvenanceThe George Webber Collection of World Gold CoinsSubject to 5% tax on Hammer Price in addition to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium.

Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Commemorative '40th Anniversary of Hungarian Coronation' 100-Corona, 1907 KB, Kremnitz, '40th Anniversary of the Coronation of Franz Joseph I as King in Budapest', Kremnitz, bare head right, rev. 1848 | 1908 | 100 COR·, 'Lady in the Clouds', DVODECIM LVSTRIS | GLORIOSE PERACTIS in two lines below, incuse security edge, 33.70g, 12h (Fb. 2193; KM 490; Frühwald 2193; Herinek 325; Huszár 2213; Novotný 157), heavily polished to remove the usual 'bimetallic' effect, with a mintage of 10,897 piecesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information...

NGC PF61 | Austro-Hungary, Franz-Josef I (1848-1916), Commemorative 'Lady in the Clouds' 100-Corona, 1908, Vienna, 'On the 60th Anniversary of the Reign', by Marschall and Neuberger, bare head right, rev. 1848 | 1908 | 100 COR·, 'Lady in the Clouds', DVODECIM LVSTRIS | GLORIOSE PERACTIS in two lines below, incuse security edge, 33.85g, 6h (Fb. 514; Frühwald 1918; Herinek 319; Novotný 140; KM 2812), bagmarked, otherwise quite brilliant, good very fine, an iconic and popular type with a mintage of 16,026 pieces, in NGC holder, graded PF61 (Cert. #6295174-001)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premiu...

(x) Belgium (Flanders), Louis II de Mâle (Lodewijk II van Male) (1346-1384), Chaise d'Or, c. 1370/2-1384, Ghent or Malines, + LVDOVICVS : DEI · · GRA · COm'· 7 : DnS : FLAnD', saltire and double saltire stops, Lodewijk enthroned facing, holding sword and resting hand on coat-of-arms; all within tressure of eight arcs, with trefoils in spandrels, rev. + XPC : VINCIT : XPC : REGNAT : XPC : IMPERAT, double annulet stops, ornate cross fleurée in quadrilobe, rosettes in spandrels, 4.42g, 1h, m.m. cross pattée (Elsen 38; Delm. 466; De Mey 205; Fb. 163; Schneider III, 148), trace surface porosity, ot...
LotPrice
1$2,700
2$190
3$850
4$11,000
5$900
6$580
7$550
8$2,800
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10$1,600
LotPrice
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LotPrice
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27$350
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LotPrice
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47$650
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50$5,500
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55$650
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85$650
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100$240
101$230
102$230
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104$170
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111$3,800
112$480
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115$350
116$160
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124$2,300
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133$2,000
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136$250
137$1,700
138$350
139$480
140$520
141$400
142$15,000
143Unsold
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145$140
146$650
147$300
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149$600
150$1,600
151$700
152$250
153$320
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166$500
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177$600
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181$650
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202$60
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207$650
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211$520
212$750
213$260
214$2,500
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216$550
217$1,000
218$650
219$950
220$450
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222$450
223$550
224$700
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227$90
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230$520
231$580
232$200
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234$1,100
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236$280
237$2,000
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240$45
241$900
242$600
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247$8,500
248$7,500
249$8,500
250$520
251$550
252$550
253$900
254$400
255$480
256$480
256A$2,500
257Unsold
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259$7,000
260$1,400
261$2,000
262$2,000
263$12,000
264$1,300
265$15,000
266$1,100
267$35,000
268$16,000
269$1,800
270$3,500
271$1,700
272$22,000
273$800
274$1,200
275$1,100
276$450
277$650
278$550
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280$4,000
281$950
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284$700
285$1,300
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287$350
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289$270
290$700
291$650
292$400
293$700
294$3,000
295$8,000
296$450
297$450
298$950
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300$1,300
301$2,100
302$650
303$700
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306$850
307$550
308$520
309$650
310$4,500
311$2,200
312$800
313$650
314$1,400
315$550
316$750
317$2,000
318$600
319$500
320$900
321$2,100
322$18,000
323$7,000
324$1,800
325$350
326$1,000
327$1,300
328$8,000
329$7,000
330Unsold
331$2,700
332$3,500
333$650
334$1,300
335$1,600
336$1,300
337$400
338$1,100
339$520
340Unsold
341$400
342$420
343$800
344$8,000
345$900
346$650
347$1,900
348$2,600
349$1,300
350$750
351$1,500
352$1,500
353$380
354$320
355$550
356$750
357$170
358$8,500
359$1,000
360$26,000
361$4,000
362$6,000
363$1,900
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365$650
366$600
367$1,300
368$550
369$1,500
370$2,500
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372$2,200
373$550
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375$520
376$260
377$500
378$1,100
379$1,600
380$2,700
381$1,600
382$650
383$8,500
384$1,800
385$1,700
386$480
387$140
388$1,500
389$550
390$11,000
391$5,000
392$12,000
393$2,100
394$2,500
395$1,500
396$200
397$14,000
398$16,000
399$1,800
400$2,600
401$1,700
402$600
403$1,400
404$500
405$6,500
406$850
407$600
408$480
409$850
410$1,700
411$4,200
412$6,500
413$1,900
414$1,700
415$500
416$950
417$800
418$800
419$2,500
420Unsold
421$16,000
422$320
423$350
424$700
425$750
426$650
427$650
428$270
429$2,300
430$900
431$700
432$500
433$580
434$1,100
435Unsold
436Unsold
437$320
438$1,100
439$230
440$400
441$1,800
442$1,700
443$2,200
444$1,600
445$1,600
446$1,700
447$1,300
448$1,400
449$2,500
450$2,000
451$450
452$800
453$600
454$350
455$480
456$520
457$100
458Unsold
459$270
460$10,000
461Unsold
462$1,200
463$1,400
464$2,200
465$4,500
466$22,000
467$7,000
468$3,200
469$17,000
470$3,000
471$1,800
472$10,000
473$7,000
474$6,500
475$12,000
476Unsold
477$4,000
478$8,000
479$3,500
480$8,000
481$2,800
482$3,200
483$1,700
484$6,000
485$2,000
486$600
487$7,000
488$1,200
489$1,300
490$1,500
491$500
492$2,200
493$400
494$480
495$400
496$420
497$480
498$750
499$320
500$450
501$450
502$480
503$500
504$1,000
505$1,300
506$220
507$5,500
508$7,000
509$7,500
510$7,000
511$6,000
512$2,000
513$1,000
514$2,800
515$8,000
516$1,100
517$1,100
518$1,200
519$1,500
520$1,600
521$1,200
522$1,300
523$1,200
524$1,200
525$1,200
526$4,500
527$5,200
528$5,500
529$7,500
530$6,000
531$4,500
532$750
533$1,300
534$1,100
535$4,800
536$5,000
537$2,900
538$2,100
539$1,800
540$1,700
541$1,400
542$20,000
543$21,000
544$22,000
545$25,000
546$16,000
547$26,000
548$850
549$600
550$950
551$850
552$900
553$580
554$290
555$380
556$1,600