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THIRTY-FOURTH SALE 



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JANUARY 10, 11, 12 and 13, 1881. 






























CATALOGUE 


OF TFJE COLLECTION OF 

J|ncienf anb foreign ||oms ? 

Formerly lie Property of Mr. f M, J. JEffiS, of PMMelpMa, 

4LSO, OF 4 COLLECTION OF 

American and Foreign Coins and Medals, 

TOGETHER WITH A LARGE VARIETY OP 

Coin Sale Catalogues, -fractional Currents, 

Minor G-ems 7 Etc. 

ALL TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, 

By Messrs. IB AA 1ST G- S cSc O O 

At their New and Splendid Salesrooms, 

Nos. 739 & 741 Broadway, New York City. 

On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Tlmrsday, Ian, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1881. 

COENS ON EXHIBITION EACH DAY IN CHARGE OF MR. RICHARD COGAN, AT TEN 
O’CLOCK, A.M., AND THE SALE WILL COMMENCE AT EXACTLY HALF-PAST 
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INTRODUCTORY. 




Few words will suffice for what I have to say, beyond what I 
have said in the body of the Catalogue, of the Collection of Mr. 
William J. Jenks, and perhaps the most important thing that I 
can say is this : — 

Mr. Jenks assures me, that in his whole collection but a single 
piece can be found of doubtful authenticity, and he guarantees 
the genuineness of each and every piece, with the single ex- 
ception named — the exception I need hardly say is No. 791, 
and it is but right to add that No. 468 was not originally in the 
Jenks Collection; for the views regarding that piece, I am alone 
responsible. Mr. Jenks’s standing as a numismatist is such as to 
render his assurance of the genuineness of the coins, formerly his 
property, important and almost conclusive. 

Guided in important particulars by an excellent Catalogue, 
prepared by the former owner, and taking generally his view as 
to the condition of the coins, I trust I have not fallen into errors 
of description which will lead any purchaser astray, and without 
further remarks, I submit to the tender mercies of buyers what I 
deem by far the finest Collection of Ancient and Foreign coins 
that I have ever had the good fortune to offer for competition. 


W. ELLIOT WOODWARD. 


INDEX. 


Bronze Medals, ........ 73 

Cents,. .. .. .. .. . 77, 87 

Coin Catalogues, ........ 97 

Coins of Asia, ........ 66 

Coins of Brazil, ........ 63 

Coins of British and French Colonies, etc.,. .. .65 

Coins of China, ........ 70 

Coins ofJFrance, ........ 52 

Coins of Helvetia, ........ 57 

Coins of Japan, ........ 71 

Coins of Mexico, ........ 61 

Coins of Peru, Chili, Bolivia, etc., ..... 63 

Coins of Russia,. .. .. .. .60 

Coins of Siam, ........ 69 

Coins of Spain, ........ 58 

Dimes, ......... 94 

Dollars, ........ 91, 100 

Early American Coins, ...... 82, 104 

English. Copper Coins, ....... 50 

Fractional Currency,. .. .. .80 

Gold and Silver Coins of England, ..... 3S 

Gold Coins, etc., ........ 83 

Gold Medals, 72 

Greek and Syrian Coins, ....... 5 

Half Cents,. . • 90 

Half Dimes, ......... 95 

Half Dollars, 91 

Medals, ......... 108 

Minor Coinage, ........ 95 

Miscellaneous Coins, ....... 71 

Pattern Pieces, ........ 108 

Politicals, Medalets, etc., ....... 76 

Political Tokens, 1837-44 ....... 107 

Quarter Dollars, ........ 93 

Roman Coins,— Eastern Empire, ...... 37 

Roman Coins of the Republic, ...... 11 

Roman Family Denarii,. .. .. . .12 

Roman Imperial Coins, ....... 20 

Silver Dollars, ........ 100 

Silver Medals, ....... 72, 101 

Some Fine and Rare Pieces, ...... S5 

Tin Medals, ......... 75 

Washington Pieces,. .. • • • • 107 



C A r i ’ A L O G IJ E. 


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GREEK AND SYRIAN COINS. 

The closing numbers refer to the size according to the American scale, 
which is used throughout the Catalogue. Abbreviations, g, gold ; s, 
silver; b, bronze or brass ; c, copper; gjb, great bronze or 1st brass; 
mb, middle bronze or 2d brass; SB, small bronze or 3d brass. 

!3'j 1 Athens. Helmeted head 'of Minerva in a circle of dots; 

rev., an owl standing on a diota. Tetradrachm. s ; fine, 
rare. 19. 

<$oo 2 Athens. Head of Minerva; rev., an owl; in an indented 
square, AGE. Tetradrachm. s; very fine. 17. 

3 Athens. Head of Minerva; rev., owl; / 6 E clump shape. 

Tetradrachm. s; fine. 15. 

4 Messana. A hare running ; rev., a man driving a biga, 

surrounded by a circle of dots. Tetradrachm. s ; fine 
and very rare. 17. 

loo 5 Gelas. Neck and legs of a bull with a human head; rev., 
a female in a biga, a Victory crowning the horses. 
Tetradrachm. s ; fine, rare. 

3oo 6 Thasus. Head of Bacchus ; rev., Hercules standing, 
holding a club. A large, well-spread Tetradrachm. s ; 
very good, scarce. 21. 

<1/0 7 Tyre. Laureated head of Hercules ; rev., an eagle stand- 
ing ; club of Hercules. TTEOT IE EA2' A1')‘A0)‘ 
Tetradrachm. s ; very fine indeed and rare. 17. 

8 Tyre. Same general design both obv. and rev., but from 
different dies. Tetradrachm. s; very fine and rare. 17. 
fi-.fo 9 Syracuse. Head of Arethusa surrounded by dolphins. 

rev., female driving a biga, a Victory above. Tetra- 
drachm. s; very fine. 16. 


6 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 


GREEK AND SYRIAN COINS. 


Syracuse. Bust at full face ; rev., quadriga, a head of 
wheat below. Tetradrachm. s; very fine indeed and 
rare. 18. 

Syracuse. Head of Proserpine surrounded by dolphins ; 
rev., female driving a biga, a Victory above. Tetra- 
drachm. s ; very fine. 16. 

Syracuse. Head of Arethusa ; rev., quadriga, Victory 
crowning the horses. Tetradrachm. s; very good. 16. 

Syracuse. Large head of Arethusa ; rev., a man driving 
a biga, Victory above. Tetradrachm. s ; fine. 17. 

Syracuse. Large head surrounded by dolphins ; rev., a 
man in a biga, Victory above the horses. Tetradrachm. 
s ; fine, rare. 17. 

Side (Pamphylia). Helmeted head of Minerva ; rev., a 
Victory marching, a wreath in the right hand. Tetra- 
drachm. s ; a broad, handsome coin, in very fine con- 
’ dition. 18. 

Panormus. Head of Hercules with lion-skin head-dress ; 
rev., a horse’s head, a palm tree, and an ear of wheat, 
Phoenician letters below. Tetradrachm. s ; fine, rare, 
cost c£2. 16. 

Acarnania. Neck of a bull with a human head ; rev., a 
goddess seated. Tetradrachm. s; fine, very rare. 17. 

Aradus. Turreted head of Cybele ; rev., within a wreath 
a female walking to the left. \I J AAWN Tetradrachm. 
s ; hue. 19. 

Dyrrachium. A cow suckling her calf ; rev., the gardens 
of Alcinous. Drachm, s ; fine. 11. 

Crotona. The sacred ‘tripod, stork, &c. ; rev., the same- 
incused. Didraclim. s ; fine, rare. 14. 

Selge. Two wrestlers; rev., a slinger taking aim, a 
triquetra in the field. Tetradrachm. s : fine. 13. 

Argos. Head and shoulders of a wolf ; rev., / Hemi- 
draehm. s. 9. 

Argos. Wolf-head; rev.,. /; an eagle standing. Drachm, 
s ; very fine, rare. 10. 

Massilia (now Marseilles). Head of Diana ; rev., a lion 
prowling. Drachm, s ; very fine. 10. 

Neapolis. Head of Proserpine ; rev., a Minotaur with 
Victory flying above. Didrachm, s ; very good. 13. 

Neapolis. A mask ; rev., a punch mark. Tetradrachm, 
an early type ; very good, rare. 14. 

Sicyon. A chimera; rev., a dove flying. Drachm, s; 
very fine. 11. 


GREEK AND SYRIAN COINS. 


7 


28 
!,<(£■ 30 
]0 81 
itfS 32 
lf4o 33 
34 
3 6 if 35 


foe 36 


I'j.oo 87 


4a>c 38 

2.00 39 

.2.(0 40 

16c 41 
4l 42 
to 43 
5c 44 
IT 45 
V 46 
Uc 47 

XbS 48 


6 r 49 

4-5 50 


Metapontum. Head of Ores to left ; -rev., META an ear 
of wheat. Didrachm. s ; fine. 15. 

Metapontum. Bearded head helmeted ; rev., META an 
ear of wheat. Didrachm ; fine. 13. 

Metapontum. Head of Minerva ; rev., ear of wheat. 
Draclmi. s ; fine. 10. 

Corinth. Helmeted head of Minerva, Cupid behind the 
head ; rev., a Pegasus. Didrachm. s ; very fine. 13. 

Cnidus. Head of Venus in an indented square ; rev., 
head and neck of a lion. Didrachm. s; fine, rare. 11. 

Cnidus. Head of a lion ; rev., punch mark. Drachm, 
s : very good. 8. 

Ptolemy I. Diademed head of the king with collar ; 
rev., eagle standing on a thunderbolt. Tetradrachm. 
s ; fine. 16. 

Ptolemy I. Head of the king with diadem and collar;- 
rev., eagle and inscription. Tetradrachm. s ; in 
splendid condition, rare. 18. 

Ptolemy I. Diademed head of the king with collar ; 
rev., eagle on a thunderbolt. Pentadrachm. g ; in 
perfect condition and extremely rare. 15. 

Ptolemy II. Head of the king; rev., eagle standing, 
-Greek inscription. Tetradrachm. s ; fine, rare. 15. 

Ptolemy VII. Head; rev., eagle standing. Tetradrachm. 
s ; very good. 16.. 

Ptolemy III. Plead facing right ; rev., eagle on a thun- 
derbolt. c ; fine. 24. 

Ptolemy III. Same type as the last, c ; very fine. 24. 

Ptolemy III. Head; rev., eagle, c; fine. 18. 

Ptolemy I. one mb and two SB. 3 pieces. 

Berenice. Head ; rev., an eagle, c ; 19. 

Berenice. Copper. 2 pieces. 17, 18. 

Berenice. Bust ; rev., eagle, c. 22. 

Ptolemy Philadelphus. Plead of Ptolemy ; rev., head of 
Arsinoe. Tetradrachm. potin, scarce. 14. 

Lepton or Widow’s Mite, weight twenty grains. A head; 
rev., a crab. Coin current in Western Asia in the time 
of our Saviour. 

Chalcis. Female head; rev., eagle tearing a serpent. 
Drachm, s ; fine. 10. 

Parium. Female head; rev., a winged horse. Drachm, 
s ; fine, scarce. 9. 


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GREEK AND SYRIAN COINS. 


3oo 51 
Goo 52 
3 So 53 
So 54 
So 55 

I So 56 
Tcc 57 
\ vc 58 
%,i$. 59 
£jo 60 
%% 61 
ZU 62 
$90 63 

64 

I 0.]^ 65 

| So 66 

G )T 67 

£& 68 


Agrigen turn. An eagle ; rev., a crab. Didrachm, s ; 
very fine, scarce. 12. 

Agrigentum. An eagle standing, inscription ; rev., a 
crab. Tetradrachm ; s; very fine and rare. 16. 

Brettium. Head of Victory ; rev., Esculapius standing. 
Drachm, s ; in perfect condition, rare. 13. 

Dyrrachium. Cow and calf ; rev., gardens of Alcinous. 
Didrachm, s : fine. 14. 

Philip III., Aridaeus. Head of Philip in lion’s skin ; 
rev., Jupiter seated holding a Victory. Drachm, s; 
very fine. 11. 

Velia. Helmeted head of Minerva ; rev. lion walking. 
Didrachm, s ; very fine. 14. 

Boeotia. A shield ; rev., an amphora. Tetradrachm. s ; 
fine, scarce. 15. 

Alexander Balas. Head ; rev., Apollo on the cortina. 
Drachm, s ; fine, rare. 11. 

Posidonia. Neptune casting a trident ; rev., a bull. 
Didrachm, s ; fine. 12. 

Rhodes. Head,, of the sun; rev., a rose. Hemidrachm. 
s ; very fine, scarce. 10. 

Maronea. Female head; rev., a horseman. Drachm, 
s ; fine. 10. 

Pergamus. Serpent escaping from the mystic chest ; 
rev., serpents. Tetradrachm. s ; very good. 18. 

Antiochus I. (Soter) Beautifully executed portrait ; rev., 
Apollo on the cortina. Tetradrachm. s ; extremely 
fine, rare. 18. 

Demetrius I. (Soter) Diademed head surrounded by a 
wreath; rev., female seated on a throne holding a cor- 
nucopia. Broad Tetradrachm. s ; very fine indeed. 20. 

Demetrius I. Diademed portrait to right ; rev., female 
seated on a throne, supported by a winged siren ; 
monogram to left of the inscription. Tetradrachm. 
s ; an extremely fine coin, of large size, brought <£3 4s. 
in the Thomas Sale. 19. 

Antiochus III. (The Great) Portrait ; rev., Apollo on 
the cortina. Tetradrachm. s ; very fine. 19. 

Antiochus IV. Portrait within a circle; rev., Jupiter 
seated; inscription in five lines. Very large Tetra- 
drachm. s; fine, rare. 21. 

Antiochus VII. (Evergetes) ; re-v., Minerva standing with 
buckler and Victory ; the epithet on this coin is re- 
ferred to, Luke xxii. 25. Tetradrachm. s ; fine and 
rare. 20. 


GREEK AND SYRIAN COINS. 


9 


69 

if$0 70 

3.7^ 71 
7 ^ 72 

^ 73 

$t£ 74 

3s?co 75 


76 


of 77 
5 " 78 
50 79 

]0 80 

1 10 81 

PO 82 
j 0 83 

;JD 84 

t)V 85 


Antiochus VIII. (Grypus) Portrait - to* right ; rev., Ju- 
piter seated holding a Victory and spear, inscription in 
four lines. This magnificent Tetradrachm is as fine as 
when it fell from the dies. 18. 

Philip I. Head facing right; rev., Jupiter and Victory, 
inscription in four lines. Tetradrachm. s ; very fine 
indeed. 16. 

Demetrius II. (Nicator). Head to right ; rev., an eagle, 
club, and inscription. Tetradrachm. s ; fine. 18. 

Agathocles. Portrait facing right ; rev., a Victory placing 
arms on atrophy. Tetradrachm. s; extremely fine, 
rare.. 16. 

Agathocles. Head to right ; rev., Victory erecting a 
trophy, triquetra to the left. Tetradrachm. s ; fine, 
rare. 16. 

'Parent um. Taras on a dolphin ; rev., naked horseman 
riding to left. TAI J .I1 Didrachm, s; in perfect con- 
dition. 13. 

Jewish Shekel of Simon Maccabeus, about 145 B. C. On 
one side the budding rod of Aaron, “ Jerusalem the 
holy"’ in the Samaritan character; on the other side a 
cup of incense or pot of manna ; “ Shekel of Israel ” in 
the same character, s, weight 216 grains ; fine and of 
excessive rarity, genuineness guaranteed. 15. 

Half Shekel of Simon Maccabeus. Devices similar, and 
inscriptions in same characters as preceding, s ; even 
finer than the last and equally rare, guaranteed gen- 
uine. lip. 

Ancient copy of a false Shekel in silver. 22. 

Another variety copied in white metal. 18. 

Neapolis. Head masked; rev., female head. Hemi- 
draclim. s ; fine. 9. 

Arsaces (Parthia). Bearded head of Arsaces ; rev., im- 
plements and inscription. Drachm, s; very fine. 12. 

Thurium. Plead of Minerva ; rev., a bull bounding. 
Didrachm, s; fine. 15. 

Thurium. Hemidraclim. s. 6. 

Ariarathes. Portrait of the king ; rev., Mercury holding 
a Victory and shield. Drachm, s ; fine, scarce. 11. 

Alexander the Great. Head with lion-skin head-dress ; 
rev., Jupiter seated. Drachm, s ; good. 11. 

Numidian. Bearded head of Juba I. ; rev., a horse run- 
ning. c ; fine. 18. 

Campana. Head of Mercury; rev., a prow; “Roma.” 
c ; fine. 13. 


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3c 87 

n ss 

Gj 89 
St 90 

10 91 

)S 92 

98 

3 9-0 94 
So O' 95 

96 
%jS 97 

ffo 98 

'Sfo 99 

^X 100 

dfo 101 
57X102 

80 108 

104 


GREEK AND SYRIAN COINS. 


Cavteia. tread of Neptune ; rev., a dolphin. c;fine. 12. 

Panormus. Head of Ceres ; rev., a horse or horse’s head, 
c ; all different. 3 pieces. 

Parthian. Small copper. 12 pieces. 

Alexander the Great ; rev., a bow, club, and quiver, c ; 
fine. 12. 

Syracuse, c ; all different. 5 pieces. 

Athens. Usual type of the tetradrachm, but a counter- 
feit of the period ; curious and rare. 14. 

Macedonia. Beautiful head of Apollo with flowing hair ; 
rev., curule chair, cistus, club, &c. Tetradrachm. s : 
very fine indeed and rare. 18. 

Philip II. Bearded head of Jupiter facing right ; rev., 
horse and rider. Tetradrachm. s; very fine, rare. 16. 

Macedonia. Portrait of Diana surrounded by Macedo- 
nian shields; rev., a club and inscription, surrounded 
by a wreath of ears of wheat. Broad Tetradrachm. 
s; fine. 21. 

Philip II. Laureated head of Apollo ; rev., a biga driven 
at full speed. Stater, g ; in splendid condition, rare. 

12. 

Antigonus (Gonatas). Head of the king as Pan, on the 
Macedonian shield ; rev., Minerva holding a buckler 
and casting a fulmen. Tetradrachm. s ; very large 
and fine, rare. 21. 

Alexander the Great. Head in the lion’s skin ; rev., 
Olympian Jupiter seated, holding an eagle, his left 
hand supported by a spear. Tetradrachm. s ; in the 
finest possible condition. 20. 

Alexander the Great. Portrait to right ; rev., Jupiter 
seated. Tetradrachm. s; differs from the preceding, 
nearly as fine. 18. 

Alexander the Great. Another Tetradrachm, unlike 
either of the preceding, though of the same general 
type ; rifearly as fine as the first described. 18. 

Philip III. Head with the lion’s skin; rev., Jupiter 
seated. Tetradrachm. s ; very fine, rare. 18. 

Lysimachus. Portrait to right with ram’s horns ; rev., 
Minerva seated holding a Victory. BAl'IAEOl' A)‘- 
2'JMAXO V Tetradrachm. s; fine. 16. 

‘Brettium. Head of Minerva ; rev., Victory crowning a 
trophy, mb ; fine, beautifully patinated. 17. 

Sassanian. Head of Sapor I. crowned ; rev., altar of 
the five worshipers guarded by two soldiers, s ; good, 
very rare. 18. 


GREEK AND SYRIAN COINS. 


11 


2-fo 105 

5b 106 

140 107 

So 108 
^ 109 

110 

U ill 

3o 112 

10a 113 

3 10 111 

2JSC 115 

1 116 

If. oo 117 
tf^llS 

Jffc 119 
120 
t]r 121 
cTo o 122 

^ 128 

fo 124 
fcT 125 


Sassanian. Resembles the last, but the head-dress of 
the king is different ; rev., like preceding, s; pierced, 
otherwise good, rare. 16. 

Caracalla. Roman Imperial Greek, head of Caracalla ; 
rev., a horseman with spear. Drachm, s; fine. 12. 

Athens. Head of Minerva ; rev., an owl standing on a 
diota and surrounded by a wreath, e ; line, rare. 22. 

Hiero II. Head of Jupiter; rev., a trident, c; fine. 13. 

Tauromenium. Portrait, facing left; rev., a bull, c; 
fine. 13. 

Gades. Head of Hercules, facing left ; rev., fishes and 
inscription, mb ; good, scarce. 16. 

Syracuse. Diademed head, facing left; rev., a horse- 
man with spear, c ; good. 17. 

Uncertain. Laureated head, bearded, facing left; rev., 
a horse running, c. 17. 

Greek Coins. A selection, c ; various sizes. 9 pieces. 

Persian Daric, 600 BC. An archer kneeling; rev., punch 
marks. Drachm size, s ; rare. 10. 

Ancient British or Gaulish. Didrachm size, s ; fine. 12. 

Sybaris, 700 BC. A bull looking back; rev., incused. 
Tetradrachm. s. This coin is a most beautiful ex- 
ample of Greek art, and extremely rare. 20|. 

Sardis. A lion and bull, facing ; rev., punch marks. 
Drachm, s; fine, and extremely rare. 10. 

Aegina. Phidon, King of Argos, BC. 800. First type of 
the earliest known coinage ; a tortoise ; rev., punch 
marks. Didrachm, s; very rare. 11. 

Aegina. Tortoise ; rev., punch marks. Didrachm, s ; 
later type than the last; very fine, and rare. 13. 

Thessalia. Head, facing right ; rev., figure standing. 
Didrachm, s ; veiy fine. 16. 

Attaius II. Head to right ; rev., Minerva seated. Tetra- 
drachm. s ; very fine, rare. 19. 

Amyntas. Helmeted head of Minerva; rev., marching 
Victory. Tetradrachm. s ; extremely fine, rare. 19. 


ROMAN COINS. — THE REPUBLIC. 

As. Head of Janus ; rev., prow of a vessel. “ Roma.” 
Fine, rare. 20. 

As. Head of Minerva; rev., prow. “Roma”; good.' 16. 
Sextans. A shell ; rev., a shell ; early type ; rare. 18. 


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126 

127 

128 

129 

130 

131 

132 

138 

134 

135 

136 

137 

138 

139 

140 

141 

142 

143 


ROMAN COINS 


THE REPUBLIC. 


Semis. Head of Jupiter to right; rev., prow of a vessel. 18. 
Head of Janus; rev., Jupiter and- Victory in a quadriga. 

“Roma.” Double Denarius, s; extra fine. 13. 
Head of Minerva ; rev., the Dioscuri on horseback ; 

under the horses ajtrident. “Roma.” Den. s ; fine. 14. 
Same, but without the trident. Den. s ; fine. 14. 

Head of Minerva ; rev., Victory in a biga. “ Roma ” 
Den. s ; fine. 12. 

Head of Minerva ; rev., Rome seated on shields. The 
wolf and twins, Rome protecting. Den. s ; fine. 13. 
Head of Minerva ; rev., a biga drawn by stags, a crescent 
below. “Roma” Den. s; very fine, rare. 12. 

Head of Jupiter; rev., Victory erecting a trophy. Roma. 
Den. s; fine. 12. 

Head of Minerva; rev., Dioscuri on horseback. Den. 
s ; fine. 12. 


ROMAN FAMILY DENARII. 

Silver unless otherwise mentioned. 

Aburia. Head of Minerva, “ Gem ” ; rev., Victory in 
a quadriga, “ M Aburi Roma” ; very fine, rare. 11. 

Accoleia. “P Apcoleius Lariscolus ” ; female head; 
rev., the three sisters of Phaethon changing into larch 
trees; good, rare. 13. 

A cilia. Head of goddess “Salutis”; rev., Hygeia 
leaning on a column and holding a serpent ; very 
fine. 12. 

Aelia. Head of Minerva ; rev., the Dioscuri on horse- 
back. “ P. Paetus Roma ”; very fine. 12. 

Aemilia. Veiled head of Concord; rev., a figure erect- 
ing a trophy, three captives in front; very fine. 12. 

Aemilia. Veiled head; “Paulus Lepidus Concordia ” ; 
rev., trophy and captives; fine. 12. 

Aemilia. The King of Arabia kneeling by a camel ; 
rev., a figure in a quadriga ; fine, rare. 12. 

Afrania. Head of Minerva ; rev., Victory in a biga ; 

“ Afra Roma ” ; very fine indeed, rare. 12. 

Annia. Hands joined; rev., “ S. C. Ill Vir.” SB ; fine. 

Antestia. Head of Rome; monogram; rev., the Dios- 
curi on horseback, a dog following ; very fine. 12. 


ROMAN FAMILY DENARII. 


13 


Ifo 145 
^ 146 

3o 147 
]r 148 

7 S' 149 

150 

7 IT 151 

3o 152 
cjo 153 

Ho 154 
I I C 155 
1 or 156 
l or 157 
\ OC 158 
( (C 159 

in i6o 
*]f 161 

1 00 162 
110 163 
if 164 


Antonia. A galley ; rev., the Roman .eagle between two 
standards ; very good. 

Antonia. Head of Jupiter, facing right; rev., Victory 
with a long palm branch, in a quadriga ; pierced ; 
good. 12. 

Apronia. SB ; fine. 

Aquillia. Head of Virtue in casque ; rev., a soldier 
raising a woman who is kneeling at his feet ; dentil- 
ated, fine. 12. 

Atilia. Head of Minerva ; rev., the Dioscuri on horse- 
back, “ Roma”; very fine. 12. 

Aurelia. Head of Minerva ; rev., Mars naked in a biga 
casting a spear ; very fine, rare. 13. 

Baebia. Head of Minerva to left; rev., Apollo in a 
quadriga; fine. 13. 

Betelienus. SB ; fine. 

Caecilia. Head of Minerva, “Roma”; rev., “P F M 
Metellus,” the Macedonian shield within a garland ; 
very good. 12. 

Caecilia. Female head, a stork before ; rev., vase, &c., 
within a garland ; very fine. 12. 

Caecilia. Head of Minerva ; rev., biga of elephants ; 
fine. 12. 

Caecilia. Youthful head of Apollo ; rev., Victory 
crowning a figure seated on shields; fine. 13. 

Caesia. Head to left ; rev., two figures with a dog 
between them, head of Vulcan above ; fine, rare. 13. 

Calidia. Head of Minerva; rev., Victory •in a biga; 
fine. 12. 

Calpurnia. Head of Apollo, trident behind ; rev., a 
soldier with palm branch, riding at full speed. (C. C. 
Piso on his mission for corn) ; very fine, scarce. 13. 

Calpurnia. Head of Apollo; rev., Victory standing. 
Quinarius ; good, scarce. 10. 

Calpurnia. Head of Saturn to right ; rev., the Quaes- 
tors Piso and Caepio seated between two ears of corn; 
very fine, scarce. 13. 

Carisia. Victory facing right; rev., a Victory and a 
biga; “ T Carisi ” ; very fine. 12. 

Carvilia. Head of Minerva ; rev., figure in a quadriga ; 
“ Carr Roma ” ; very fine. 13. 

Carvilia. Head of Minerva, with thunderbolt beneath ; 
rev., quadriga driven at full speed; very fine. 12. 


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ROMAN FAMILY DENARII. 


1^165 
jq 166 
\00 167 
Jf 168 
no 169 

(\C 170 

^0 171 
i>S 172 

l po 173 

5*6" 174 
ff 175 
tOO 176 
\ 00 177 

Vo US 

oT 179 
l>f 180 

So 181 

nr i82 

jri 83 

184 

ff 185 


Cassia. Head of Apollo ; rev., eagle on a thunderbolt ; 
fine, scarce. 13. 

Cassia. Head to right ; rev., a figure in a quadriga ; 
“ C Cassi Roma ” ; very good. 12. 

Cassia. Veiled head of Vesta; rev., a temple; very 
fine- 12. 

Cipia. Head of Rome ; “ M. Cipi M. F.”; rev., Victory 
in a biga ; fine, rare. 12. 

Claudia. Bust of Diana, with bow and quiver ; rev., 
Victory in a biga at full speed, with a garland and 
branch ; very fine. 12. 

Claudia. Head of Rome ; rev., Victory in a biga; very 
fine. 12. 

Claudia. Same type ; different dies ; fine. 12. 

Claudia. Head of Apollo ; rev., Diana Lueifera, be- 
tween torches. “ P Clodivs M.F.” ; very fine. 12. 

Clovia. Female head to right; “Caesar Diet”; rev., 
Minerva walking with shield; from the mint of Julius- 
Caesar ; mb ; fine, rare. 

Cloulia. Head of Jupiter; rev., Victory crowning a 
trophy. Quinarius ; fine. 10. 

Coelia. Head of Minerva ; rev., Victory in a biga ; 
“ C. Coil Cald ” ; very fine. 12. 

Coelia. Head to right ; spear behind ; rev., two trophies ; 
very fine. 11. 

Considia. Head of a female ; rev., curule chair ; “ Con- 

• sidi Paeti ” ; fine. 12. 

Considia. Head of Minerva ; rev., Victory in a quadri- 
ga, holding a branch; good. 12. 

Coponia. Head of Apollo; rev., a club covered with a 
a lion’s skin, between a bow and arrow; good. 11. 

Cordia. Heads of the Dioscuri jugate ; rev., a female hold- 
ing a spear and scales, with an owl on her shoulder ; 
fine. 13. 

Cordia. Head of Venus; rev., Cupid on a dolphin; 
fine. 12. 

Cordia. An owl on a helmet; rev., a shield and mask ; 
good, rare. 12. 

Cornelia ; rev., Victory in a biga ; fine. 12. 

Cornelia. Helmeted head ; rev., “ Roma ” Bacchus be- 
tween Minerva and another figure, all standing ; fine. 
12. 

Cornelia. Head; rev., Jupiter with thunderbolt and 
eagle; fine. 11. 


ROMAN FAMILY DENARII. 


15 


|6o 186 
)S 187 
\C0 IS 8 

^0 189 
IPS' 190 
loo 191 
$0 192 
•JS’ 193 
I oo 194 

Is 195 
6o 196 
]S 197 
]f 198 
'jST 199 

•?r 200 
/ 

% 201 
I ^o 202 

Ut> 203 
I 10 204 
1 1 0 205 


Cossutia. Winged head facing left; rev,, figure on a 
Pegasus; fine, rare. 11. 

Crepusia. Small youthful head facing right ; rev., man 
on horseback with a lance ; very fine. 11. 

Cupiennia. Winged head of Minerva, a cornucopia 
behind ; rev., the Dioscuri on horseback, “ Roma ” ; 
very fine, rare. 12. 

Curiatia. Winged head of Minerva ; rev., a female in 
a quadriga crowned by Victory ; fine. 12. 

Curtia. Plead of Rome; rev., Jupiter in a quadriga ; 
very fine, rare. 12. 

Didia. Head of Pallas ; rev., two soldiers engaged in 
combat; very fine, rare. 12. 

Domitia. Head of Rome ; rev., Mars armed in a biga ; 
dentilated, fine. 12. 

Domitia. Head of Rome; rev., Jupiter in a quadriga ; 
fine. 13. 

Domitia. Head of Minerva, an ear of wheat behind ; 
rev., Victory in a biga, a man attacked by a lion ; 
very fine. 13. 

Egnatuleia. Head of Apollo; rev.. Victory crowning a 
trophy. Quinarius ; fine. 11. 

Fabia. Female head ; rev., Victory in a quadriga hold- 
ing a branch ; fine, scarce. 12. 

Fabia. Head of Minerva ; rev., Jupiter in a quadriga 
hurling a thunderbolt ; very fine. 12. 

Fannia. Plead of Rome; rev., Victory in a quadriga 
holding a wreath ; fine. 12. 

Farsuleia. Head of Juno ; rev., a warrior in a quadriga 
assisting another to ascend ; fine. 12. 

Flaminia. Head of Rome ; rev., Victory in a biga at 
full speed ; very fine. 12. 

Fonteia. Janus head; rev., a galley with rowers; very 
fine, rare ; 13. 

Fonteia. A youthful head, hair in curls ; rev., Cupid 
riding a goat, thyrsus and caps of the* Dioscuri in a 
wreath ; very fine, rare. 13. 

Fufia. Two youthful heads ; rev., two females standing 
holding a cornucopia and sceptre ; fine, rare. 13. 

Fulvia. Head of Mercury; rev., a Victory in a biga ; 
verv fine, scarce. 13. 

o 1 

Fundania. Head facing right ; rev., Victory crowning 
a trophy, before which a man is kneeling. Quinarius ; 
fine. i0. 


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ROMAN FAMILY DENARII. 


t j C. 206 

%* 2 °7 

\V0 208 
209 

\$\> 210 
211 
\\S 212 
IIS' 213 
ISO 214 
\PC 215 
e,c 216 
217 

^ 00 218 
Yet 219 
'|S* 220 
US' 221 
"jf 222 
10C 223 
\ Ot 224 
US’ 225 
VOS' 226 
U 227 


Furia. Head of Ceres ; rev., a curule chair between two 
fasces; very fine, rare. 12. 

Furia. Female with turreted crown; rev., a curule 
chair; “ Fourius ” on the bar ; fine, scarce. 13. 

Furia. Idead of Janus; rev., Minerva crowning a Vic- 
tory; fine. 12. 

Gellia. Head of Minerva within a garland; rev., two 
figures in a quadriga ; fine. 12. 

Herennia. Flead of Piety ; rev., Aeneas carrying An- 
chises ; very fine, rare. 13. 

Hosidia. Bust of Diana; rev., a boar pierced by a lance 
and assailed by a dog; very fine, scarce. 12. 

Hostilia. Veiled head of Pallas ; rev., Diana holding a 
stag by the horns ; very fine, rare. 14. 

Julia. Plead of Rome ; rev., Diana in a chariot drawn 
by cupids ; fine, scarce. 11. 

Julia. Head of Venus; rev., “Caesar”; Aeneas bear- 
ing Anchises and a Victory ; very fine. 12. 

Julia. Head of Venus; rev., two captives seated under 
a trophy ; fine, scarce. 12. 

Julia. Youthful winged head; rev., Victory in a biga ; 
very fine. 14. 

Junia. Head of Rome ; rev., Victory in a biga ; fine. 12. 

Junia. Head of Piety ; rev., two hands joined holding 
a caduceus ; fine. 12. 

Licinia. Plead of Venus ; rev., soldier with spear hold- 
ing a horse ; very fine indeed and rare. 13. 

Licinia. Youth launching a triple javelin ; rev., Minerva 
with spear and shield in a quadriga ; very fine. 13. 

Livineia. Bare head to right ; rev., curule chair between 
six fasces; very fine, scarce. 13. 

Livineia. Bare head ; rev., moclius between two ears 
of corn ; fine. 12. 

Lollia. “ Libertatis ” head to right ; rev., a table on a 
bridge, with three galleys below ; good. 12. 

Lucilia. Head of Rome with a garland ; rev., Victory 
in a biga ; very fine and rare. 13. 

Lucretia. Head of Minerva ; rev., the Dioscuri on 
horseback ; very fine, rare. 12. 

Lutatia. Head of Rome ; rev., a galley within a wreath; 
fine. 12. 

Maenia. Plead of Minerva ; rev., Victory in a quadriga; 
very good. 12. 


ROMAN FAMILY DENARII. 


17 


^ 228 

4-0 229 
5VT 230 

231 

3o 232 

SS 233 

I IS" 234 

So 235 

So 236 

]S“ 237 

1.00 238 
2>0 239 

Sc 240 

1ST 241 

00 242 

\t)U 243 

|>r 244 
« 

So 245 

14-0 246 

15" 247 

248 

5'c 249 
fcjbS 250 


Maiania. Head of Minerva ; rev., Victory in a quad- 
riga ; very fine. 12. 

Maiania. Head of Minerva ; equally fine. 12. 

Mamilia. Head of Mercury ; rev., Ulysses recognized 
b} r his dog ; very fine, rare. 13. 

Manlia. Head of Minerva ; rev., figure in a quadriga 
crowned by a Victory ; good. 12. 

Manlia. Head of Minerva in a wreath ; rev., a soldier 
galloping, with spear and shield ; fine, rare. 11. 

Manlia. Head of Apollo ; rev., Apollo in a four-horse 
chariot, a crescent to the right ; very fine. 12. 

Marcia. Head of Apollo ; rev., statue on a column, 
Silenus holding a wine bladder; fine. 12. 

Marcia. Head of Minerva ; rev., Dioscuri on horse- 
back ; fine. 13. 

Marcia. -Head of a female, “ Roma” ; rev., equestrian 
statue on an aqueduct ; fine. 12. 

Maria. Head of Rome ; rev., Victory in a biga, ears of 
wheat under the horses; good. 12. /. 

Maria. Head ; rev., a man driving two oxen; good. 12. 

Memmia. Wreathed head ; rev., the Dioscuri standing 
by their horses ; very fine. 12. 

Minucia. Helmed head ; rev., two soldiers in combat, 
another kneeling between them ; fine. 12. 

Minucia. Head of Minerva'; rev., two figures standing 
by a column ; very fine. 12. 

Mussidia. Veiled head, “Concordia” ; rev., two figures 
in the Comitium ; good. 12. 

Nonia. Head of Saturn ; rev., seated figure crowned by 
a Victory; very fine, rare. 12. 

Norbanus. Head of Venus; rev., fasces between an 
ear of corn and caduceus ; very fine. 12. 

Opeimia. Head of Minerva ; rev., Apollo in a biga ; 
fine. 12. 

Papia. Head in a goat-skin ; rev., a griffin ; fine, rare. 

12. 

Papiria. Head of Minerva ; rev., Jupiter in a quadriga; 
fine. 13. 

Petillia. An eagle holding a thunderbolt in his claws ; 
rev., a temple ; very fine indeed and rare. 13. 

Petillia. Bearded head; rev., a temple; fair, rare. 11. 

Pinaria. Head of Minerva ; rev., Victory in a biga ; 
fine. 12. 


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ROMAN FAMILY DENARII. 


U 251 
■jJ 252 

\ 253 

\q-ft 254 

is* 255 

Wo 256 

11 5 257 

lift 258 

Wft 259 

 279 
Ht> 280 
281 
Uo 282 
\ cc 283 
VIS' 284 

8 c 285 
\ iS 286 
287 
iSc 288 

Us*289 
% 290 
So 291 
292 


Renia. Head of Minerva; rev., female in a biga drawn 
by goats ; very fine, rare. 12. 

Roscia. Head with goat-skin head-dress ; rev., female 
standing, serpent rising before her ; very fine, rare. 13. 

Rubria. Head of Rome ; rev., the carpentum drawn 
by four horses; restored by Trajan ; very fine indeed, 
scarce. 12. 

Rubria. Head ; rev., Victory before an altar. Quina- 
rius : good. 10. 

Rustia. Helmeted head of Mars; rev., a ram standing ; 
fine, scarce. 13. 

Rutilia. Head of Minerva ; rev., Victory in a biga 
holding a garland ; fine. 11. 

Satrienus. Head of Minerva ; rev., the wolf walking ; 
fine, rare. 12. 

Saufeia. Head of Minerva; rev., Victory in a biga; 
very fine. 11. 

Scribonia. Young male head ; rev., an altar with a 
lyre at each side ; very fine. 12. 

Sempronia. Head of Minerva ; rev., the Dioscuri on 
horseback ; very fine. 13. 

Sentia. Head of Minerva; rev., Jupiter in a quadriga ; 
fine. 12. 

Sergia. Head of Minerva; rev., a horseman galloping, 
holding in his hand a human head and a sword ; fine. 
43. 

Servilia. Helmed head ; rev., the Dioscuri riding in 
different directions ; fine. 12. 

Servilia. Head to right; rev., two soldiers shaking 
hands ; extremely fine. 11. 

Sicinia. Diademed head of Apollo ; rev., a caduceus, 
garland and palm branch ; good, scarce. 12. 

Sicinia. Head of Apollo ; rev., a club covered with a 
lion’s skin between a bow and arrow; very fine in- 
deed. 12. 

Silia. Helmed head, star and crescent ; rev., three 
figures in an inclosure ; fine. 11. 

Sulpicia. A veiled female head ; rev., pontifical instru- 
ments; fine. 11. 

Terentia. Head of Minerva, a Victory behind ; rev., 
Dioscuri on horseback ; fine. 12. 

Thoria. Head of Juno with goat-skin ; rev., a bull 
bounding ; very fine. 13. 


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ROMAN FAMILY DENARII. 


ijJT 293 Titia. Female head ; rev., a Pegasus on pedestal ; fine. 

294 Tituria. A bearded head ; rev., the rape of the Sabines; 
fine, rare. 13. 

\W295 Tituria. Bearded head; rev., two soldiers throwing 
their shields upon a woman ; commemorates the per- 
fidy of Tarpeia ; very fine, rare. 12. 

5T 296 Titu ria. Bearded head ; rev., a Victory crowning a 
trophy. Quinarius ; fine. 9. 

So 297 Trebania. Head of Minerva ; rev., Jupiter in a quad- 
riga ; fine. 12. 

^ 298 Tullia. Head of Minerva, “ Roma”; rev., Victory in a 
quadriga ; fine. 13. 

tuV~299 Valeria. Head of Victory; rev., Mars marching with 
a trophy; very fine. 12. 

U s 300 Vargunteia. Head of Minerva in winged helmet ; rev., 
Jupiter in a quadriga holding a thunderbolt; fine. 12. 

\c^301 Veturia. Head of Rome; rev., two standing figures, 
and a third one kneeling between them ; fine, rare. 12. 

Ue 302 Vibia. Head of Apollo facing right ; rev., Minerva in 
a quadriga; very fine. 12. 

c |f 303 Vibia. Head of Silenus ; rev., Jupiter seated holding a 
spear and patera. 12. 

Sc 304 Volteia. Head of Rome; rev., Cybele in a car drawn 
by two lions ; fine, scarce. 12. 

(u 305 Volteia. Bearded head; rev., a temple with four col- 
umns ; good. 12. 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 

Under this head, although there are slight variations in the dimensions, 
the sizes of the different coins are sufficiently indicated by their denomi- 
nations. 

306 Caius Julius Caesar. Laureated head facing right; 
“ Caesar Imp. C. M.”; rev., Venus standing, with 
spear, holding a Victory. Den. ; extremely fine, rare. 

Cot307 Same. Laureated head ; “ Caesar Imper.”; rev., Venus 
with spear and buckler, holding a Victory ; B. in field ; 
“ M. Mettius.” Den. ; fine, rare. 

iD' 308 Same. Veiled and laureated head ; “Caesar Diet. Per- 
petuo ”; rev., Venus, with buckler, holding a Vic- 
tory. Den. ; very good, scarce. 




ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


21 


2,c>o 309 
2 u-o 310 

2 311 

its 312 
313 
IS- 311 
Dec 315 

\\e 316 

V tt) 317 
(Sc 318 

to 319 

<10 320 

Vet 321 
'Jo 322 


Same. An elephant trampling a serpent ; “ Caesar ” ; 
rev., pontifical implements. Den. ; very fine indeed, 
scarce. 

Sextus Pompeius. Head of Minerva ; rev., the twins 
suckled by the wolf, the shepherd, and blackbirds in 
a tree. Den. ; fine, rare. 

Same. The Pharos of Messina with a statue of Nep- 
tune at its summit ; in front, a galley bearing a 
legionary eagle ; Pomp Mag Pius Imp Iter”; rev., 
the monster Scylla. Den. ; extremely fine, rare. 

Marcus Antonius. Head of M. A. with spiked crown ; 
rev., the goddess standing ; “ M. Antonius M. F. M.” 
Den. ; fine, scarce. 

Same. Head of M. A.; rev., bare head of Octavius; 
“Caesar Imp Pont III Vir R. P. C.” Den.; ex- 
tremely fine, very rare. 

Same. Head of M. A. ; rev., a prow, and a mask at the 
foot of a trophy; “Imp Iter.” Den.; very fine in- 
deed, rare. 

Caius Octavius Caepius (Augustus Caesar.) Laureated 
head of Augustus ; “ Caesar Augustus Divi Pater 
Patriae ”; rev., Caius and Lucius, between them two 
bucklers and pontifical instruments. Aureus; fine, 
of large size, and most desirable. 

Same. The royal robe between the legionar}^ eagle and 
a garland; “ S. P. Q. R. Paren. Cons. Svo ”; rev., 
quadriga, etc. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Duplicate of the last ; rev. more evenly struck. 
Den. ; fine. 

Same. Head to right ; Caesar Octavius ; rev., female 
seated beside an altar ; “ Securitas Populi Romani ”; 
bronze medallion, very fine. 

Same. Head of Augustus (Asiatic) ; “ Imp Caesar ”; 
rev., six ears of wheat tied by the stems ; “ Augus- 
tus ”; very fine and rare tetradrachm, said to have 
been issued by the Roman army during the occupa- 
tion of Macedonia under Augustus. 

Same. Laureated head of Augustus facing right ; rev., 
Caius and Lucius, standing, between them bucklers 
and pontifical instruments. Den. ; fine. 

Same. Similar design, but bust is of larger size. Den. ; 
fine and large. 

Same. Large head of Augustus; rev., a buckler be- 
tween an ensign and a standard. Den. ; fine. 


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22 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


$S 323 

325 
\rf 326 
327 
f 328 
f 329 

]T 330 
"331 
1 A 332 
$ 333 
I St 334 

>20 335 

; a 336 
is* 337 

A' 338 

5\j 339 

5u 340 
341 

Ux> 342 


Same. Bare head of Augustus ; rev., goddess standing, 
holding an olive branch. Den. ; fine. 

Same. Bare head of Augustus; rev., pontifical instru- 
ments. Den. ; very good. 

Same. Head of Augustus; “ Imp Caesar ”; rev., head 
incused. Quinarius ; fine, rare. 

Same. The emperor in a quadriga of elephants; rev., 
“S. C. Caesar Divi Aug.,” etc. gb ; fine. 

Same. Head facing left ; rev., an altar ; “ Providentia.” 
mb ; very fine indeed. 

Same. Head to left ; “ Divus Augustus S. C.”; rev., 
the empress seated, mb ; fine. 

Same. Heads of Augustus and Agrippa ; rev., a gar- 
land on a palm tree, to which a crocodile is chained ; 
“Col Nem.” (colony of Nemausus.) mb; fine. 

Same. Like the preceding, but the busts are larger. 
mb ; fine. 

Same. Head to right ; “ Caesar Imp ”; rev., an eagle 
standing, with wings expanded. SB ; fine. 

Livia (wife of Augustus.) Head to right; “Salus 
Augusta”; rev., S. C., etc. mb; very fine, scarce. 

Same. Finely patinated, but not so fine as the last. 

MB. 

Marcus Agrippa. Head to left; “ M. Agrippa L. F. 
Cos III.”; rev., Neptune standing; “S. C.” mb; 
fine. 

Tiberius. Head to right ; “ Ti Caesar Divi Aug.”; rev., 
Tiberius seated ; “ Pontif. Maxim,” etc. ; tribute 
money. Den. ; very fine indeed. 

Same. Head ; rev., emperor seated. Den. ; fine. 

Same. “ Ti Caesar Divi Aug. T. Aug.” etc. ; rev., 
“ Divo Augusto S. P. Q. R.” ; “Ob Cives Ser ” 
within a wreath, gb ; fine. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., Tiberius seated ; “ Ponti- 
fex Maximus,” etc. mb ; fine. 

Same. Head ; “ Ti Caesar Divi,” etc. ; rev., “ S. C. 
Pontifex Maximus,” etc. MB ; fine. 

Same. Head to left ; rev., two standards, etc. SB ; fine. 

Drusus, Jr. Head. “ Imp. Claudius Drusus,” etc. ; rev., 
statue of a mounted warrior on a temple. Den. ; very 
fine, scarce. 

Same. “S. C. Drusus Caesar,” etc. ; rev., the two sons 
of Drusus on two cornucopias, with a caduceus be- 
tween them, gb ; fair, scarce. 

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ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


23 


343 
U c 344 
345 
* 1^346 
loJ 347 

V 348 

> 349 

Ul 350 

Wo 351 
Sc 352 
\oS353 
\ lb 354 
355 
>356 

> 357 
i>'o 358 

l> 359 

j^Sc 360 

ylQ 361 
-|f362 
|IC 363 


Same. Head of Drusus, Sr. ; rev., “SC Pontif Tribun.” 
etc. mb ; fine. 

Antonia, wife of Drusus, Sr. Head of the empress ; rev., 
Claudius standing, holding the simpulum. MB; fine. 

Germanicus. Head to left ; rev., the emperor seated on 
trophies. SB ; in ordinary condition. 

Same. Head of Germanicus ; rev., “ S. C. Caesar Aug 
Germanicus,” etc. mb ; fine. 

Agrippina Senior. Her head facing left; rev., “S. C. Ti. 
Claud Caesar,” etc. gb ; patinated, fine. 

Same ; rev. has countermark in panel ; GB ; very good. 

Caius (Caligula). Head of Caligula ; rev., the emperor 
addressing five soldiers, gb ; obv. good, rev. fair. 

Same. Piety seated holding a patera ; rev., Caligula 
and two assistants sacrificing before a temple. GB ; 
fine, rare. 

Same. Head ; rev., Vesta seated with hasta and annulet. 
mb ; very fine, scarce. 

Claudius. Head of Claudius ; rev., a figure seated ; 
“ Constantia Augusta.” Den. Only fair, rare. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., a veiled figure standing. 
GB ; fine, rare. 

Same. Bust of the emperor ; rev., Hope standing ; 
“ Spes Augusta.” GB ; very good. 

Same. Head to left; rev., Liberty standing ; “ Libertas 
Augusta.” mb ; fine. 

Same. Head of Claudius ; rev., Minerva standing with 
spear and shield, mb ; fine. 

Same. A turreted tower ; rev., S. C. etc. SB; fine. 

Agrippina Junior, tier head to right; rev., a veiled 
figure; “S. C.” etc. mb; rare. 

Messalina. Head of Claudius ; rev., a veiled figure 
standing. Colonial Tetradrachm ; potin, fine. 

Nero. Head; “Nero Caesar Augustus”; rev., Health 
seated in a curule chair, “ Salus.” Aureus. Very fine 
and rare. 

Same. Head to right, “ Nero,” etc. ; rev., Jupiter 
• seated. Den. Fine. 

Same. Head of Nero ; rev., “ Jupiter Custos.” Den. 
Fine. 

Head of the emperor, “Nero Caesar Aug.” etc.; rev., 
Minerva seated on trophies, “ S. C. Roma.” gb ; well 
patinated, nearly fine. 


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ROMAN IMPERIAL COIRS. 


| St 364 
A 365 
\ \c 366 

367 

368 
1 ct 369 
Itc 370 

371 
St 372 
\^b 373 

lift) 374 
Ut 375 
\ct>876 

k c 377 
i>fo378 

l>o 379 
'irsso 
381 
? ft 382 


Same. Head ; rev., Port of Ostia, seven vessels and, a 
river god, “ S Port Ost.” etc. gb ; fine, rare. 

Same. Head of Nero with a spiked crown ; rev., temple 
of Janus closed; “S. C.” etc. MB; very fine. 

Same. Head to left; rev., temple of Janus ; “ S. C.” etc. 
mb ; very fine indeed. 

Same. Head ; rev., a vase and garland on a table. SB ; 
fine and rare. 

Same. Head of Nero with spiked crown ; rev., head of 
Poppaea. Tetradrachm ; potin, colonial ; fine. 

Same. Head ; rev., Africa, the province personified by 
an African head. Tetradrachm ; potin, colonial ; fine. 

Galba. Head to right ; “ Imp. Ser. Galba,” etc. ; rev., 
goddess standing with spear and patera. Den. ; fine, 
rare. 

Same. Head of Galba ; rev., soldiers standing facing ; 
“ Honos et Virtus.” gb ; good, scarce. 

Same. Head; rev., goddess standing; “Diva Augus- 
ta.” MB; good. 

Otho. Head ; “ Imp. Otho Caesar Aug ” ; rev., figure 
standing holding the hasta and garland. Den. ; fine, 
rare. 

Vitellius. Plead; “A Vitellius,” etc.; rev., Liberty 
standing ; “ Libertas Restituta.” Den. ; fine, scarce. 

Same. Head; “A Vitellius Germ.” etc.; rev., tripod, 
globe, dolphin, and bird. Den. ; fine, rare. 

Same. Head of Vitellius ; rev., Mars marching with 
spear and battle axe; “ S. C.” GB; gilt, very fine, 
and rare. 

Same. Head ; rev., Liberty standing ; “ Libertas Resti- 
tuta.” MB ; only fair. 

Vespasianus. Head of Vespasian ; “ Imp. Caesar Vesp. 
Aug.” etc. ; rev., Neptune standing with one foot on 
a globe. Aureus ; very fine, and rare. 

Same. Head ; rev., the Emperor seated, holding an olive 
branch; “ Pontifex Maximus.” Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head ; rev., winged caduceus ; “ Pont. Max. Tr. 
P.” etc. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Plead ; rev., captive weeping beneath a trophy ; 
“ Judaea.” Den. ; fine, rare. 

Same. Head with usual inscription ; rev., Emperor 
standing, holding a victory. GB; very fine. 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


25 


fo 383 
{i 384 
50 385 

386 

^ 387 

Ipo 388 
>jc 389 
|cc 390 
to 391 
/i/392 

393 
1 50 394 
lie 395 
| p0 396 
Ip 391 
Sfc 398 
h 399 
1 3 i) 400 
).y 0 401 
15c 402 

1.50 403 


Same. Head ; rev., Faith standing ;• “ Fides.” mb ; fine. 

Same. Head ; rev., “ Securitas Publica. ,! mb ; fine. 

Titus. Head to right ; rev., Peace seated, holding an 
olive branch. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head to right; rev., a thunderbolt on a curule 
chair. Den. ; fine, rare. 

Same. Head to left ; rev., a garland on a curule chair. 
Den. ; perfect in condition, and beautifully oxidized ; 
rare, and most desirable. 

Same. Head; “ Imp. T. Caesar,” etc. ; Hope standing; 
“ S. C.” GB ; fine, scarce. 

Same. Head to left; rev., Hope standing; “ Aequitas 
August, S. C.” MB ; fine. 

Domitianus. Head to right ; “ Imp. Caesar Domitianus,” 
etc. ; rev., Pallas standing. Den. ; extremely fine. 

Same. Plead to right ; rev., Pallas standing with shield ; 
“ Cos XXXII,” etc. Den. ; fine. 

Same. Head laureated and facing right; rev., Jupiter 
seated and holding a victory ; “ Jovi Victori.” GB ; 
fine, scarce. 

Same. Plead to right, with inscription ; rev., Victory 
erecting a trophy, mb ; fine. 

Same. Head to left ; “ Caesar Augusti ; ” rev., a winged 
caduceus between two cornucopias, mb ; very fine. 

Nerva. Head to right ; “ Imp. Nerva Caesar,” etc. ; rev., 
hands joined. Den. ; very fine, scarce. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., pontifical instruments. 
Den. ; very fine, scarce. 

Same. Plead to right; rev., Fortune standing; u For- 
tuna August S. C.” GB ; patinated, fine. 

Same. Head to right; rev., two hands joined; “Con- 
cordia,” etc. MB ; fine. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., Fortune standing, mb ; pa- 
tinated, fine. 

Trajanus. Head to right; “Imp. Trajano Aug. Ger. 
Dac.” etc. ; rev., figure standing. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head of Trajan ; rev., Peace standing ; “ Pont. 
Max.” etc. Den. ; extra fine. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., soldier standing by a shield ; 
“Dacia Cap.” etc. Den.; nearly as fine as when 
struck, scarce. 

Same. Head to right; rev., Felicity standing. GB; fine, 
scarce. 


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ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


Jq 404 
U 405 

'ji' 406 

oc 407 
U 408 
409 

3 oo 410 
)fc 411 
]C 412 
413 
6c 414 
■ji' 415 
U 416 

417 

110 418 

;3 419 
I ft 420 

If 421 

i 

3:^422 

I 

U 423 


Same. Head to right ; rev., goddess seated ; “ S. P. Q. 
R. Optimo Principii S. C.” mb ; finely patinated. 

Same. Head of Trajan ; rev., Victory standing with 
buckler inscribed S. P. Q. R. mb; fine. 

Same. Head to right, with inscription ; rev., Victory 
standing by a pedestal inscribed “ Vic Dac.” mb; 
very fine, scarce. 

Same. Head of Trajan ; rev., figure standing. SB ; very 
fine. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., an eagle standing. Tetra- 
drachm in potin. Colonial ; very good, nearly fine. 

Hadrianus. Head to right ; “ Hadrianus Aug. Cos. Ill 
P. P. ” rev., Victory marching. Aureus ; very fine, 
rare. 

Same. Head of Hadrian; rev., sacrificial instruments. 
Den. ; extremely fine. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., figure seated ; “ Cos. III.” 
Den. ; very fine indeed. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., Victory marching with 
trophy. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head of Hadrian ; rev., Victory marching. Den.; 
fine. 

Same. Head to right; rev., Jupiter seated. Tetra- 
drachm in potin. Colonial ; nearly fine. 

Same. Head of Hadrian ; rev., Victory marching with 
a trophy ; “ Victoria Aug.” GB ; very fine indeed. 

Same. Head facing right ; rev., Equity standing.. GB ; 
very fine. 

Same. Head ; rev., a galley with rowers, mb ; very fine. 

Same. Head; rev., Health seated before an altar; U S. 
C. Cos. III.” mb ; fine. 

Same. Head of Hadrian ; Roman, Imperial Greek. 
GB ; different reverse ; good. 3 pieces. 

Sabina. Head to right ; “ Sabina Aug.” etc. ; rev. Con- 
cord seated ; “ Concordia Aug.” Den. ; very fine in- 
deed, scarce. 

Same. Head of Sabina ; rev., Concord seated ; “ Con- 
cordia Aug.” ; S. C. in exergue, mb ; beautifully pati- 
nated. 

Aelius. Head ; “ L. Aelius Caesar ” ; rev., Piety stand- 
ing; “Pietas Tr. Pot. Cos.” Den.; in perfect con- 
dition, rare. 

Same. Head ; “ Aelius Caesar ” ; rev., two figures stand- 
ing. GB ; fair. 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


27 


6S 424 

I 

■jO 425 
tT426 
. oT 427 
SS 428 

Y 429 
480 

> 481 
U 432 
^C433 
Itt 434 
fo 435 
436 
j^437 

ITS 438 

( 

% 439 
U 440 

, 4-t> 441 

U 442 
t>D 475 Same. Head; rev., two captives seated under a trophy. 
Den. ; fine. 

^ Leo 47 6 Same. Head to right; rev., a trophy, under which two 
captives are seated, gb ; fine, scarce. 

477 Same. Head ; rev., figure standing to right, mb ; good. 

Sl 478 Julia Domna. Head of Julia facing right; rev., the em- 
press seated ; “Pudicitia.” Den.; fine. 




* 


BO 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


p "479 
& 480 
U' 481 


fy. 482 

483 

) b 484 

H 485 
486 


St) 487 

4- fc 488 
dy 489 

ft 490 

3p* 491 

492 
l t>t> 493 

i+'iS' 494 
» 

If o 495 

5- o 496 

St 497 

t?t*498 


Same ; rev., Juno standing; u Junonem.” GB; fine, very 
scarce. 

Same ; rev., goddess standing ; “ Hilaritas,” etc. mb ; 
good. 

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, (Caracalla). Head of Cara- 
calla facing right; u M. Antoninus Pius Aug. Brit.” ; 
figure standing holding a branch. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head; rev., a soldier standing bearing a trophy 
Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head to right; rev., Security seated ; “ Securi- 
tate Perpetua.” GB ; fine. 

Same ; rev., a soldier holding a victory, a captive at his 
feet. GB ; good. 

Same ; rev., Providence standing, mb ; fine. 

Fnlvia Plautilla. Head of the empress; “Plautillae 
Augustae”; rev., the emperor and empress joining 
hands: “ Concordia Eternae.” Den.; very fine, rare. 

Geta. Bust of Geta to right ; rev., Felicity standing. 
Den. ; fine. 

Same. Young head of Geta ; rev., sacrificial instru- 
ments. Den. ; fine. 

Same. Head of Geta ; rev., Diana standing, holding a 
victory; “ Col. Cos. Antiochi.” GB ; fin e, rare. 

Same. Plead of Geta ; rev., goddess seated with shield 
and branch; “ Pontif. Cos. II. S. C.” mb; good. 

Macrinus. His head ; rev., Hygeia seated, feeding a 
serpent. Den. ; extremely fine, scarce. 

Same ; rev., Providence standing. GB ; very good. 

Same; rev., Jupiter standing holding a thunderbolt. 
mb ; fine, patinated. 

Diadumenianus. Young bust draped, to right ; “ M. Apel 
Ant Diadumenian Caesar ” ; rev., the prince standing 
by three ensigns; “ Princ. Juventutis.” Den.; fine, 
and extremely rare. 

Same. Devices like the last, mb ; poor. 

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus (Elagabalus). Head ; rev., 
Cybele on a lion. Den. ; fine. 

Same. Head with spiked crown ; rev., Victory march- 
ing -. Double Den. ; fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., female seated between standards, gb ; 
good, scarce. 

Same ; rev., Mars marching with spear and trophy, mb ; 
fair. 


499 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


31 


^ 500 

r 

^ 501 

^ 50*2 
',Q>& 503 

504 
U 505 

bf 506 

ve>^ 507 

i 

10 508 
Pt> 509 

I 

V 510 

ff 511 

5o 512 

WO 513 

5b 514 
(?o 515 
516 

5 r o 517 
\jk 518 
, 00 519 
i 520 

1^521 


Julia Cornelia Paula. Head of Julia; rev., Concord 
seated; “Concordia.” Den. ; fine, scarce. 

Julia Soaemias. Head of Julia to right ; rev., goddess 
standing, back of her a star; “Venus Caelestis.” 
Den. ; fine. 

Same; rev., Venus seated, gb ; barely fair, scarce. 

Julia Maesa. Head of J. Maesa ; rev., female seated ; 
“ Pudicitia.” Den. ; very fine. 

Same; rev., goddess seated. GB; in ordinary condition. 

Alexander Severus. Plead to right ; “ Imp Alexander 
Pius Aug ” ; rev., Hope standing. Den. ; fine. 

Same. Young head ; rev., Providence standing. Den.; 
extremely fine. 

Same. Head; rev., Hope standing; “ Spes Publica 
SC” GB ; fine. 

Same ; rev., goddess standing ; mb ; poor. 

Julia Mamaea. Head; “Julia Mamaea Aug”; rev., 
Felicity leaning on a cippus. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head; “Julia Pia Felix Aug”; rev., Vesta 
standing; “ Vesta S. C.” Den; very fine indeed. 

Same. Head ; rev., Felicity leaning on a column, gb ; 
good. 

Same ; rev., goddess leaning on a column and holding a 
caduceus. mb ; good. 

Maximinus I. Head of M. to right ; rev., Liberality 
standing. Den. ; very fine. 

Same ; rev., Peace standing. GB ; fine. 

Same ; rev., Victory marching, mb ; good. 

Maximus. Bust draped ; “ Maximus Caes. Germ.” ; rev., 
Maximus standing with sceptre and spear before two 
ensigns; “ Principi Juventutis.” GB ; very fine, 
scarce. 

Same; rev., sacrificial instruments; “PietasAug. S. C.” 
gb ; finel}* patinated, scarce. 

Balbinus. Draped bust to right; “Imp. Caes Balb. 
Aug” ; rev., goddess standing. GB ; very fine. 

Pupienus. Head to right ; rev., Victory standing ; “ Vic- 
toria Aug. S. C.” GB ; fine. 

Gordianus Africanus, Senior. Head facing right ; “ Gord. 
Afric. Aug.”; rev., Concord seated. Den.; fine, and 
very rare. 

Gordianus Africanus, Junior. Head of Gordian; rev., 
a soldier between two standards; “Fides Militum.” 
GB ; fine, rare. 


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ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


UO 522 

rr 52 s 

fi 524 

oo 525 
V 526 
'<0 527 

Ud 528 

U 529 

bo 530 

So 531 

,fi 532 
b d 533 
ijt> 534. 

be 535 

jt 536 

t)t 537 
C|0 538 

rft 539 
540 
"0 541 

^ 542 

Sf 543 

544 
U 545 

546 

547 


Gordian us Pius III. Crowned head; rev., Peace stand- 
ing. Den ; fine. 

Same; rev., Jupiter standing ; “ Jovi. Statori.” Den.; 
fine. 

Same ; rev., Peace marching; “ Pax Aeterna.” gb ; fine. 

Same ; rev., Peace seated, gb ; very fine. 

, Same ; rev., Liberty standing, gb ; very fine. 

Philippus Senior. Head of Philip crowned ; rev., Equi- 
ty standing. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head crowned ; rev., the emperor on an ele- 
phant ; “ Aeternitas Aug.” Den. : very fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., Abundance standing ; “ Annona Aug S C.” 
GB ; fine. 

Same; rev., Eternity standing ; “Nobilitas Aug S. C.” 
GB ; very fine. 

Marcia Otacilia Severa. Head of Marcia ; rev., Con- 
cord seated. Den. ; very fine. 

Same; rev., Concord seated. GB ; very fine, patinated. 

Same ; rev., “ Pudicitia Aug SC” gb ; fine. 

Philippus Junior. Head to right ; rev., Peace standing ;. 
“ Pax Aeterna.” Den. ; large size, very fine. 

Same ; rev., the emperor standing. Den. ; extra size 
and quality. 

Same. Head of Philip, Jr. ; rev., female standing be- 
tween two standards. GB ; fine. 

Same ; rev., Victory marching, mb ; fine, patinated. 

Trajanus Decius. Head of Decius ; rev., Victory march- 
ing. Den. ; fine. 

Same ; rev., the emperor holding an ensign, gb ; fair. 

Same ; rev., Peace seated, gb ; very good. 

Etruscilla. Head to right on a crescent ; rev., female 
seated ; “ Pudicitia Aug.” Den. ; fine. 

Same ; rev., veiled female seated, gb ; fine, beautifully 
patinated. 

Herennius Etruscus. Head of Etruscus ; rev., Piety 
standing. Fine, broad, Den. 

Same ; rev., Etruscus standing. GB ; fine. 

Hostilianus. Crowned head to right; rev., Security 
standing. Den. ; fine. 

Trebonianus Gallus. Head ; rev., Juno seated. Den. ; fine. 

Same; rev., wreath ; “ Votis Decennalibus S. C.” gb ; 
fine, scarce. 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


33 


548 Volusianus. Crowned bead; rev., the emperor stand- 
ing. Den. ; very fine. 

fi 549 Same; rev., Peace standing, gb ; good. 

A 550 Valerianus; rev., the sun standing; “ Oriens Augg.” 
Den.; fine. 

^551 Same; rev., Jupiter standing. Den.; fine. 

5"o 552 Same ; rev., figure standing ; “ S. C.” GB ; good. 

ij, 553 • Mariniana. Veiled head; rev., a peacock; “ Consecra- 

tio S. C.” Den. ; billon, good. 

Uh 554 Same; rev., a peacock, gb ; very good. 

?j\ 555 Same. SB ; very good. 

556 Gallienus. Crowned head ; rev., a victory and two 
captives. Den. ; fine. 

'40 557 Same. Colonial ; rev., a horse. Den. ; very fine. 

'j7 558 Same ; rev., a horse, mb ; very fine. 

(?5> 559 Same ; rev., goddess standing, gb. 

1 7 560 Same. SB; very fine. 2 pieces. 

Co 561 Salonina. Head ; rev., Felicity seated. Den. ; fine. 

562 Same ; rev., goddess standing, gb ; poor. 

3b 563 Same ; re^., female and child ; SB ; fine. 

564 Same ; rev., a stag. SB ; fine. 

bb 565 Saloninus. Head; rev., Saloninus on an eagle. Den.; 

fine, rare. 

566 Postumus. Crowned head to right ; rev., Moneta stand- 
ing. Den. ; fine. 

fb 567 Same ; rev., a soldier standing, holding an apple, gb ; 
fine. 

Co 568 Same ; rev., soldier standing, gb ; very good. 

569 Same ; rev., a soldier marching, sb ; fine. 

Xb 570 Victorinus ; rev., Peace standing. Den.; billon, fine. 
2 pieces. 

fib 571 Tetricus Senior ; rev., female between two ensigns. SB.; 
fine. 

^ 572 Tetricus J unior. Goddess standing. SB ; fair. 

2,0 573 Claudius Gothicus. Head; rev., Equity standing. Den.; 
base, fine. 2 pieces. 

3b 574 Same. Head; rev., goddess standing. SB; fine. 

3b 575 Same ; rev., an altar. SB ; fine. 

i(. 576 Quintillus. Head crowned; rev., Victory marching. 
Den. ; base, fine. 

'bb 577 Aurelianus. Head of Aurelian ; “Imp Aurelianus 
Aug ” ; rev., two soldiers joining hands over a captive. 
Den. ; very fine, rare. 


34 

#"578 
ff 579 

I Ot 580 

{C 581 
31, 582 

ifo 583 
Iff 584 
iff 585 

to 586 

h 587 
3C 588 

irb 589 
U-o 590 

]f 591 

i f .r 592 

-H 593 

4-0 594 
1 so 595 

So. 596 

ot 597 
5T 598 
Iff 599 
(0 600 

II 601 

-jf 602 
00 503 
So 604 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 

ft 

Same; rev., the emperor and Jupiter standing. SB; 
very fine, scarce. 

Same ; rev., the Sun and another figure standing. SB ; 
fine. 

Severina. Head; “ Severina Aug ” ; rev., Juno stand- 
ing. mb ; fine, rare. 

Same. Head; rev., Venus standing. SB; fine, rare. 

Tacitus. Head ; rev., Equity standing. Den. ; billon, 
fine. 

Same; rev., Felicity standing. Den.; billon, fine. 

Same; rev., soldier with buckler, sb ; very fine. 

Florianus. Head; rev., Felicity standing, holding a 
caduceus. SB ; very fine. 

Probus. Plead ; rev., Mars marching with bow and 
arrows. Den. ; billon, fine. 

Same ; rev., Peace standing. SB ; very fine. 

Same. Bust of Probus in regal robes ; rev., a soldier 
marching with olive branch ; SB ; very fine indeed. 

Cams. Head ; rev., Peace standing. SB ; very fine. 

Same. Crowned head ; rev., Peace standing ; “ Pax 
Exercitus.” sb ; fine. • 

Numerianus. Head; rev., Providence standing. SB; 
very fine. 

Same; rev., Jupiter standing, holding a victory. SB; very 
fine, rare. 

Carinus. Head of Carious; rev., goddess standing; 
“ Genius Exerciti.” Den : billon, fine, scarce. 

Same ; rev., a figure standing with spear. SB ; fine. 

Diocletianus. Head ; rev., four soldiers, camp in the 
background; “ Virtus Militum.” Den.; fine, very rare. 

Same. Head; rev., Jupiter seated holding a victory; 
“JoviAug.” Den.; billon, fine. 

Same ; rev., genius standing, sun at the right, mb ; fine. 

Same ; another rev. mb ; very fine. 

Same ; rev., Moneta standing. MB ; very fine. 

Same; rev., Jupiter holding a Victory. SB; fine. 

Same, various reverses, mb ; all fine. 5 pieces. 

Maximianus Hercules. Head of Maximian ; rev., Peace 
standing, holding a Victory. Den. ; very fine. 

Same. Head; rev., the genius standing, mb; very 
fine. 

Same ; rev., different, mb ; fine. 


ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS. 


36 


If?, 605 Same. Bust to right, crowned and in armor ; rev., figure 
holding a Victory. SB ; fine. 

fif 606 Carausius. Head ; rev., Peace standing ; “ Pax Aug.” 
SB ; very good and rare. 

5"d 607 Same ; rev., goddess standing ; fine, rare. 

50 608 Allectus. Head to right; rev., female standing ; “Fides 

Militum ” SB ; good, scarce. 

51 609 Constantius L, Chlorus. Head to right; rev., the military 

assembled, camp in the rear; “Virtus Militum.” 
Den. ; fine, rare. 

610 Same; rev., the genius standing, mb; very fine. 

■ (j>& 611 Same; rev., female seated; “Fides Militum.” mb; very 
fine. 

^0 612 Same ; rev., Providence standing. SB ; very fine. 

So 613 Galerius Maximianus. Head ; rev., the genius standing ; 
“ Genio Pop.” etc. mb ; fine. 

'+o 614 Same ; rev., Moneta standing, mb ; very fine. 

1+7 615 Same; rev., Jupiter Serapis standing, mb; very fine. 
IS 616 Same ; rev., soldiers joining hands, a Victory between 
them. SB ; fine. 

So 617 Maximinus Daza ; mailed bust to right; rev., genius 
standing, mb ; fine. 

618 Maxentius. Head to right ; rev., two figures standing 
with their horses, mb ; fine. 

3S 619 Same; rev., statue of Rome in a temple, mb; fine. 

Bi 620 Licinius Senior; rev., Jupiter standing holding a Vic- 
tory, an eagle at his feet. SB ; very fine. 

3S 621 Same; rev., same, but the coin is of smaller size. SB; 
fine. 

PS 622 Licinius Junior. Head ; rev., the Sun standing. SB ; fine. 
IT 623 Same ; rev., genius standing. SB ; fine. 

H 624 Constantinus Magnus; rev., genius standing, mb; fine. 
2T 625 Same; rev., “Soli Junct.” etc. SB ; fine. 

Jo 626 Same ; rev., the gate of a city. SB ; very fine. 

2V 627 Same ; rev., soldiers standing with ensigns. SB ; fair. 
g, 

634 

H-L 

635 


636 


637 

3\ 

638 

IS - 

639 


640 


641 

llo 

642 

57 

1 

643 


644 


645 

IrS 

646 

Hi 

647 


648 

It 

649 


650 


651 

\S" 

652 

s> 

653 

Sb 

654 

4b 

655 


Constans. Head ; rev., a soldier and another in a galley, 
holding a banner, inscribed with a monogram of 
Christ. MB ; fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., soldier with banner and two captives, mb ; 
very fine. 

Same ; rev., two soldiers with spears and standards. SB ; 
very fine. 

Constantins II. Head; rev., Votis XXX Multis XXXX. 
Den. ; gilt, fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., a soldier slaying a fallen horseman, mb ; fine. 
Same; rev., soldiers with spear and ensign. SB; fine. 2 ps 

Magnentius. Head ; rev., large monogram of Christ. 
mb ; very fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., same. SB ; fine. 

Decentius. Head; rev., Victory supporting a buckler. 
SB ; fair. 

Julianus II., (the apostate) ; rev., Votis V., Multis X., 
in a wreath. Den. ; good, rare. 

Same ; rev., a soldier with his foot on a captive, mb ; 
pierced, fine. 

Valentinianus I. Head of V.; “ D. N. Valentinianus 
P. F. Aug. ” ; rev., two figures seated, holding a Vic- 
tory. Aureus ; very fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., the emperor with Victory and a banner, 
Den. ; very good. 

Same ; rev., Emperor holding a Victory and raising a 
captive, mb ; fine. 

Same ; rev., Victory marching. SB ; fine. 

Flavius Valens. Head of Valens ; “DN Valens P F 
Aug ” ; rev., two figures seated holding a Victory. 
Aureus; fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., Rome seated holding a Victory. Quinarius ; 
extra fine. 

Same; rev., “Votis X Mult XX” within a wreath. 

Den. ; in splendid condition. 

Same ; rev., Victory marching. SB ; very fine. 
Gratianus. Head of Gratian; “ D. N. Gratianus P. F. 
,Aug”; rev., two figures seated, a Victory above. 
Aureus ; extremely fine. 

Same. Bust ; rev., Rome seated holding a Victory. 
Den. ; very fine. 

Same ; rev., the emperor holding a Victory and raising 
a figure, mb ; fine. 


ROMAN COINS : EASTERN EMPIRE. 


37 


So 656 

Wo 657 
10 658 
yf) 659 

lit 660 

20 661 
IS 662 

663 

>^664 
yy 665 

)\S 666 


667 
5b 668 
pv 669 
3o 670 

671 

672 

J/ 673 
>i 674 

•jO 675 

>(1 676 
677 


Theodosius Magnus. Head; rev., a female with a ban- 
ner inscribed “ Vot. X. Mul. XX.’' mb; gilt, fine. 

Same ; rev., emperor standing, mb ; fine. 

Same; rev., two Victory’s standing. SB; very fine. 

Flaccilla. Head ; rev., figure standing. SB ; ordinary 
condition, rare. 

Arcadius ; rev., Pallas holding a Victory. Quinarius ; 
fine, rare. 

Same; rev., two figures' standing. SB; fair. 

Honorius. Head to right ; rev., a Victory. Gold, very 
fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., Pallas seated with Victory and hasta. Qui- 
narius ; very fine, rare. 

Same ; rev., emperor and captive. SB ; fine. 

Same. Head of Honorius ; rev., two figures standing, sb. 

Zeno. Head of Zeno to right ; rev., a cross within a 
wreath, Conob. in exergue. Gold, very fine, rare. 


ROMAN COINS— EASTERN EMPIRE. 

Anastasius. Head facing ; rev., a Victory holding a 
cross, a star in the field. Gold. Solidus ; very fine. 

Same. Plead ; rev., Congr M. cross and other emblems. 
GB ; fine, scarce. 

Justin us I. Head ; rev., a Victory with cross ; “Victoria 
Augustorum ” ; gold, very fine, rare. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., large M, cross above. GB ; 
fine. 

Same. Plead to right ; rev., cross, etc. SB ; very 
good. 

Justinus I. and Justinianus I. The emperors seated. 
GB; fine. 

Justinianus I. Bust to right; rev., M etc. GB; good. 

Same. Head to right ; rev., Victory standing., SB ; 
good. 

Tiberius Constantinus. Crowned head facing ; Anno M, 
a cross above. GB ; fine. 

Head of Tiberius ; rev., Anno, &c. MB ; good. 

Mauritius Tiberius. Bust facing, different reverses. M 
and SB. 2 pieces. 


38 


ROMAN COINS : EASTERN EMPIRE. 


hi 678 

h?-679 

I S' 680 
^ cs> 681 

It 682 
'j .12- 683 

Sc 684 
Ific 685 

IS 686 

I U-c 687 

2'6c 688 

l.'jc 689 
1.3 5 690 
l.ii 691 
l.]c 692 
;S 693 


Heraclius 1. and II. Heads of the emperors facing, 
crowned, a cross above ; rev., a cross on a foundation. 
Gold, Solidus; extremely fine, rare. 

Same. Crowned heads of the emperors facing; rev., 
cross with crosslets on a foundation of four steps, 
Cunob in exergue. Gold, Solidus; very fine, rare. 

Same. Heads of the emperors, different reverses. SB ; 
both fair. 2 pieces. 

Phocas. Head facing, cross at the left; “D N Focas 
Perp. Aug”; rev., Victory holding a cross. Gold, 
Solidus; very fine, rare. 

Same. Head; rev., cross. SB. 

Leo VI. Head of Leo ; “ D N Leo ~Perp Aug ” ; rev., 
Victory standing, holding a cross. Gold, Solidus; 
slightly pierced, very fine, rare. 

Johannes I., Zimisces. Bust of Christ, front face ; rev., 
Basileos, etc., in four lines, gb; good. 

Fine and rare coin, Denarius size, said to be Venetian, 
and of the period of 400 A. D. ; from the collection of 
the Earl of Derby. Figures seated, head surrounded 
by a nimbus ; rev., two figures standing, supporting 
a standard. Silver. 

Roman Imperial Greek, Claudius Gothicus, Aurelian, 
Probus, and others, mb ; thick, all fine, no dupli- 
cates. 9 pieces. 


GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 

Edward the Confessor. Penny ; diademed head, to 
right, with sceptre ; rev., Deorman on Staenio ; very 
fine indeed, rare. 

Same. Penny ; sovereign type ; the king standing; rev., 
Cross Godpine on Cicesit, (Chichester) ; very fine 
indeed, rare. 

Same. Penny; rev., Cross. Brid on Haestien (Hastings) ; * 
very fine. 

i/ 

Same. Penny ; bust to right with sceptre ; rev., Argtel 
on Edfer, (York); very fine. 

Penny. “ Cun ••• net ti ••• 1 ; small cross and two pel- 
lets ; rev., cross and crosslet; very fine. 

Penny. “ Siefriedus Rex ” ; cross in center ; rev,, cross 
and twelve pellets; Ebraice ; very fine, and rare. 

Ethelred. Styca; two fine ; three pieces. 


GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


39 


694 Sithrie. Early Irish (994) Pennies; two very fine, one 
good, rare ; three pieces. 

$c 695 Ethelred II. Penny; Profile of the King; “ Edelred 
Rex Anglor.*’ ; rev., long cross; fine. 

i (so 696 Eadred. Penny; rev., circle and inscription in three lines. 

WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR, 1066 TO 1087. 

n - o 697 Penny. Bust at full face, with sceptre ; Pillelm Rex ; 
rev., cross, paxs in the angles; very fine. 

;J^698 Same. Penny; bonnet type ; rev., double cross; very 
fine, rare. 

HENRY I. 1100-1135. 

I'jS 699 Norwich Penny. Bust with sceptre ; rev., cross ; good, 
very rare. 

STEPHEN. 1135-1154. 

[. 0^700 Penny. Bust; “Stiefne”; rev., cross with mullets; 
very good, and rare. 

HENRY II. 1154-1189. 

Sc 701 Penny. Head and sceptre; rev., short cross, large pel- 
lets in the angles ; very fine. 

yu 702 Same. Penny; rev. has small pellets in the angles of 
the cross ; very fine. 

RICHARD I. 1189-1199. 

po 703 Penny. Ricardus Rex; rev., Pictaviensis (Poictou), in 
three lines ; fine, and rare. 

(jo 704 Same. Aquitaine Penny; Ricardus, in two lines; good. 

john. 1199-1216. 

5>c 705 Half-penny, Irish. Head full face in a circle; rev., cross 
with annulets in the angles ; very fine, rare. 

HENRY III. 1216-1272. 

30 706 Head in a triangle. Penny, struck at Dublin; fine. 

55 707 Same. Penny; bust at full face, with sceptre; rev., 
long cross ; Nicole on Lvnd ; fine. 

EDWARD i. 1272-1307. 

708 Penny. Bust facing ; Edw. R. Angl Dn S. Hyb ; rev., 
long cross ; fine. 

oc 709 Same. Half-penny; head in a triangle ; fair. 

EDWARD 11. 1307-1327. 

^ 710 Half-penny. Bust full face ; rev., long cross ; good. 


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GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


imTii 

3.tS 712 

" 713 

Sy 714 
715 

jfo 716 

(jO 717 

C|00 718 

719 

l 

\ 720 

cr 721 

\lSx> 722 
US 723 
724 

t 

\o 729 

730 

lbS.731 

y[?c> 732 
]>d 733 
\}f 734 
!?c> 735 
S* 736 

737 
[,0 738 

| WO 739 

|>0 740 

fii* 741 
!'l 

ipDD 742 
100 743 

Sr 744 

l.fo 745 

S'! 746 


RICHARD III. 1483-1485; 

Groat. Crowned bust facing ; rev., Civitas London. 
m rn a sun ; fine and very rare. 

HENRY VII. 1485-1509. 

Groat, 3d coinage. Profile to right ; rev., shield of arms, 
a trifle dented ; fine, rare. 

Same. Half Groat, 3d coinage ; fine. 

Same. Penny ; King seated ; rev., shield ; fine, scarce. 

HENRY VIII. 1509-1547. 

Gold Angel. The saint and the dragon ; rev., as usual ; 
very fine, rare. 

Same. Groat; crowned head to right ; rev., long cross ; 
u Posvi,” etc. ; fine, scarce. 

Same. Groat, 2d coinage; crowned head facing right; 
rev., Royal arms, with large cross ; fine, scarce. 

Same. Groat, 3d coinage ; crowned head at nearly full 
face ; fine, scarce. 

Same. Half-groat ; Profile to right ; rev., Royal arms, 
with W. A. (Archbishop Wareham), at the sides; in 
very fine condition, rare. 

Same. Penny ; King seated ; poor, scarce. 

Same. Jane Seymour Groat for Ireland ; shield ; rev., 
harp crowned ; H to left and I to right; very fine. 

Same. Anne Boleyn Groat for Ireland ; rev., like the 
last, H to left and I to right of harp ; good. 

Same. Catli. Howard Groat for Ireland ; type like the 
last ; very fine, scarce. 

EDWARD vi. 1547-1553. 

Crown. King on horseback, date 1551 under the horse: 
rev., royal arms on a plain shield, over which is a 
cross ; fine, rare. 

Same. Half Crown; companion piece to the preceding ; 
very fine and rare. 

Same. Shilling or Testoon ; bust crowned, full face, 
rose and XII to left and right of bust; rev., shield 
and cross ; fine. 

Same. Sixpence, type of preceding ; very good. 

Same. Testoon ; profile to right ; rev., oval shield be- 
tween the letters E. R. ; fair, very rare. 

Same. Penny ; a full-blown rose ; rev., a shield ; good, 
rare. 


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GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


\f> 747 

53 o 748 

1 Ob 749 
(i& 750 


Vjs- 751 

752 
1 753 


\1\v 754 
bb 755 

3b 756 
^ 757 

5rt 758 


5.bt 759 

7 ; 5d 760 

33b 761 
B* 762 

U 763 

tfS 764 

3^ 765 


mary. 1553-1558. 

Groat. Crowned profile bust to left ; rev., royal arms ; 
very fine. 

PHILIP AND MARY. 1554-1558. 

Shilling. Profile portraits face to face, crown and date 
1555 above ; rev., a shield of arms crowned ; silver, 
fine. 

Same. Sixpence ; has been bent for a witch token, still 
fine. 

Crown, 1557. Philip ; head to left ; “ Phs. D. G. Hisp 
Angl Rex Dux Brab ” ; rev., shield of arms crowned, 
backed by a cross ; fine, rare. 

ELIZABETH. 1558-1603. 

Crown. Queen’s bust facing left in rich robes, crowned ; 
rev., shield, fine, very scarce. 

Half Crown ; matches the crown, but finer and rarer. 

Shilling. Milled ; has had a little hole made in it 
which has been neatly filled, in other respects in per- 
fect condition, m m a mullet of six points on both 
sides ; rare. 

Sixpence, 1562 ; extremely fine, rare in such condition. 

Threepence. Milled, like the Shilling and Sixpence ; 
fine, rare. 

Half Groat, 1578 ; good, scarce. 

Penny ; fine. 

Quarter Angel ; gold, fine, very rare. 

james i. 1603-1625. 

Crown. King on horseback, holding a drawn sword ; 
rev., “ Qvae Devs Conivnxit Nemo Separet.”; slight- 
ly cracked in striking ; fine, and rare. 

Half Crown. Companion piece to the last ; same de- 
vices and inscriptions; very good, almost fine, rare. 

Half Crown ; different ; finer than the last. 

Shilling. Bust crowned and facing right; xn back of 
the head ; m rn a thistle ; broad and fine. 

Sixpence. Obv., as above ; VI behind the head; rev., 
shield of arms, 1621 above; fine, very scarce. 

Half Groat. Crowned bust with numerals II ; rev., 
shield ; fine. 

Penny. Full blown rose, crowned ; rev., thistle crowned ; 
fine, scarce. 


GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ‘ENGLAND. 


48 


766 
oo 767 


1 00 768 


1. 1 ? 769 
770 

i id 771 
pio 772 

773 
4 b 774 

l 

Ob 775 

:3o 776 

kt 777 
778 
■’4 779 

$6 780 

b 781 

782 


Half Penny. Rose and thistle; fine. • 

Sword Dollar, (Scotland) ; “ Jacobus 6 Dei Gratia Ilex 
Scotorum”; rev., sword. XXX Shilling piece; near- 
ly fine, scarce. 

Gold Unit (second issue, 1604). Portrait of the king 
to the waist, to the right, in armor, crowned ; sceptre 
in his right, orb in his left hand ; rev., a shield of 
arms garnished and crowned; “ Faciam Eos in Gen- 
tem Vnam ” ; very fine and rare. 

Gold Unit, or Broad (fifth issue, 1619). Profile bust to 
left, laureated, with mantle on the shoulder, behind 
the head XX ; rev., arms on an ornamented escut- 
cheon ; very good and scarce. 

Double Crown, or Half Broad ; like the last, but with 
X back of the head; rev., “ Henric Rosas Regna 
Jacob.” ; fine, scarce. 

CHARLES i. 1625-1649. 

Crown. King on horseback, horse’s head with plumes; 
rev., oval shield, C. R. above ; good, scarce. 

Briot’s Pattern Half Crown. The king on horseback. 
m rn B and a flower ; rev., shield, square, at the top 
crowned, m m B and a thistle ; “ Qvae Devs Con- 
ivnxet Nemo Separet " ; very fine and extremely rare. 

Half Crown, (York). King on horseback with a short 
sword; “Ebor” under the horse; rev., oval shield. 
m m a lion ; fine, scarce. 

Shilling. Bust crowned ; XII behind the head; rev., 
oval shield; fine, and of large size, scarce. 

Sixpence. Obv., like last; VI behind the head ; rev., 
shield, with long cross, m m an anchor; very fine. 

Groat. Crowned bust ; plumes before, and numerals 
II1I behind. 

Threepence. Same ; equally fine. 

Half Groat, by Briot ; B under the bust; very fine. 

Penny. Bust; numeral I; rev., arms on a circular 
shield ; fine. 

Pattern Half Groat, by Briot ; rev., two C’s interlinked 
and crowned ; very fine, scarce. 

Forty Pence, for Scotland. Crowned bust, XL back 
of the head ; rev., thistle crowned, m m B ; very 
fine, scarce. 

Unit or Broad. Bust crowned facing left and wearing 
a large falling ruff, XX behind the head ; rev., large 
square garnished shield of arms ; very fine. 


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GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


iyc 783 
3)0 784 

4-^„785 

iC|C*>786 

U-\ c>c787 
G L gc7 8 8 

\Uo789 

2Uc790 


Engraved piece, shilling size, silver. Portrait of king 
James; “Give thy Judgements O God unto the 
King”; rev., portrait of King Charles; “And thy 
righteousness unto the King’s son ” attributed to 
Simon Passe ; very fine, curious and rare. 

Engraved piece, shilling size, silver. Portrait of King 
Charles wearing a hat; “Carolus D. G. Mag. Brit. 
Fran, et Hib. Rex ” ; rev., portrait of Queen Maria ; 
“ Maria D. G. Mag. Brit. Fran, et Hib. Reg.” The 
letters on this piece are in relief, and it is probably 
by the same artist as the last ; very fine indeed, and 
the only example I have ever seen. 


OXFORD MONEY. 

Silver Pound or Twenty Shilling piece. The king on 
horseback withdrawn sword, plumes behind the king, 
armor under the horse; “Carolus D. G. Mag. Brit. 
Fra. et Hiber. Rex ” ; rev., the declaration, “ Relig. 
Prot. Leg. Angl. Liber Par,” in two lines; below, the 
date 1642 ; above, the numerals XX and three plumes ; 
legend, “Exvrgat Devs Dissipentvr Inimici ” ; very 
fine and extremely rare. 

Silver Pound. Obv., design similar to the last, but the 
figure of the king and horse are much smaller, ground 
under the horse’s feet ; rev., legend, declaration, date, 
etc., similar to the last. This Pound Piece is said to 
be the first issue ; fine and very rare. 

Silver Pound. Obv., identical with that of No. 785; 
rev., similar in design to 785, but different in execu- 
tion, in declaration “Ang.” instead of Angl, and date 
1643 ; very fine indeed, and extremely rare. 

Silver Pound. Obv., similar to Nos. 785 and 787, but 
better executed than either of the preceding ; rev., 
the declaration is in three lines on a scroll or mantle, 
denomination above, and date 1644 below, and under 
the date Ox (Oxford). In speaking of this coin, a 
distinguished English writer says : “It is a very noble 
coin.” Sold in the Murchison sale, 1864, for <£14 ; 
very fine, and extremely rare. 

Silver Half Pound, or Double Crown, 1642. Of the 
same issue, and matching No. 786 ; fine, and about as 
rare as the Pound piece. 

Silver Half Pound, 1643. Companion piece to No. 787, 
but design of obverse somewhat modified ; very fine, 
and very rare. 


GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


45 


. c>o '791 Silver Half Pound. King on horseback, a city under 
the horse, and above the city, Oxon ; rev., similar to 
the others of same denomination, but has date 1644, 
below the lines, and under the date, Oxon ; extremely 
fine. 

Concerning this piece there has been no little controversy, some 
claiming it as a genuine English coin, and others denying its authenti- 
city. If genuine, it is one of the rarest of coins; if otherwise, it is, to 
say the least, a wonderful and beautiful work of art. 

792 Crown, 1642 ; same design as the Pound and Half Pound 
pieces ; straight line under the horse's feet ; fine, rare. 

TS 793 Oxford Half Crown, 1642; like the last; fair, rare. 

15 794 Oxford Shilling, 1644. King’s portrait to left; numer- 
als back of the head ; rev., declaration in three lines ; 
fine, rare. 

.15 795 Oxford Sixpence, 1646 ; same type ; very fine indeed, rare. 

siege money. Struck in the year 1643. 

Ormond Crown. Obv., a large crown, C. R. beneath ; 
rev., a large V occupying the field of the coin ; S 
above, (five shillings ;) rudely struck, but very fine 
for the piece, very rare. 

Ormond Half Crown ; same design ; rev., has II-S. VI. 
D ; condition like the last, equally rare. 

Ormond Shilling ; of the same series; fine, rare. 

Ormond Sixpence ; equally fine, and rare. 

THE COMMONWEALTH. 1649-1660. 

,St 800 Twenty Shilling piece, (Gold), 1653. A plain shield 
with cross of St. George, surrounded with branches of 
palm and laurel ; rev., two shields, one bearing cross 
of St. George, the other the Irish harp ; XX above ; 
“ God with us.” ; very fine, and rare. 

tc 801 Crown, 1653 ; design same as the last; m m a sun. Same 
date brought in Haines’s sale, Oct. 13, $15.50. Very 
good, almost fine, rare. 

802 Half Crown, 1656. Planchet defective, but impression 
fine, scarce. 

h 803 Shilling, 1651 ; very fine indeed, in this condition rare. 

804 Sixpence, 1652 ; as fine as the last, scarce. 

805 Twopence; nearly fine, scarce. 

-5 806 Penn)" ; very good. 


.00 796 

>^797 

pc 798 
i* 799 


46 


GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


tS.S.O 807 

\ U-o-o 808 
809 


3 do 810 


1^811 
ipS~ 812 

0,5 813 

;X814 

4-1 815 


\%S 816 

US 817 
$0 818 
In 819 

IZV 820 


3 d 821 
4 -d 822 
XOb 823 
4 1 824 
Lft> 825 
VS 826 
S£ 827 


OLIVER CROMWELL. 1653-1658. 

Crown, 1658. Laureated bust of Cromwell to the left; 
rev., large shield of arms, crowned and garnished.. 
This beautiful crown is in perfect, nearly proof con- 
dition. 

Half Crown, 1658 ; fine proof, very rare in this con- 
dition. 

Shilling, 1658 ; has proof surface, and is almost equal to 
the last, scarce. 

CHARLES 11. 1660-1685. 

Crown, 1679. Bust to right in Roman habit; rev., four 
escutcheons crowned, two C’s interlinked in the 
angles ; fine. 

Half Crown, 1679 ; very good. 

Shilling, 1663 ; very fine. 

Sixpence, 1683 ; extremely fine. 

Groat, Threepence, Twopence, and Penny; the dies by 
Roettier ; nearly proof. 4 pieces. 

Similar series ; dies by Simon ; nearly proof. 4 pieces. 

james 11. 1685-1688. 

Crown, 1686 ; fine. Humphrey remarks: “the Crown 
of 1686 is very rare.'' 

Half Crown, 1685 ; very good. 

Shilling, 1687 ; fine, scarce. 

Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence, Penny ; nearly pr’f. 
4 pieces. 

Ship sailing to the right ; “ Jac. II. D. G.” etc. ; rev., an 
angel trampling on a dragon ; silver, curious, and rare. 

' GUN MONEY. 

Shilling, Oct., 1689 ; very fine. 

Sixpence, Feb., 1689 ; very fine. 

Crown, 1690. King on horseback ; fine, scarce. 

Half Crown, March, 1690 ; very fine. 

Half Crown, May, 1690 ; perfect, partly bright. 

Shilling, May, 1690 ; very fine. 

Tin piece. Obv., the King on horseback; rev., four 
shields of arms crowned, and connected by chains:, 
very fine, scarce. 


GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


47 


WILLIAM AND MARY. 1688-1694. 

828 Guinea, 1691. Busts jugate ; elephant and castle under 
the busts ; rev., shield of arms, crowned ; very fine, 
and rare. 

2F 829 Crown, 1691 ; in very fine order, shows only the slight- 
est signs of wear ; in this condition rare. 

to 830 Half Crown, 1693; very fine. 

)C 831 Half Crown, 1689; square shield; not the common re- 
verse ; fine, scarce. 

10.832 Shilling; very fine, scarce. 

>10 833 Sixpence; extremely fine, rare in such condition. 

ftj 834 Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence, and Penny; all 
very fine, nearly proof. 4 pieces. 

william hi. 1694-1702. 

H 835 Crown, 1696 ; fine, though a trifle circulated. 

So 836 Half Crown, 1696 ; from the Exeter mint ; very fine, 
scarce. 

SS 837 Shilling, 1696 ; recoined at the Bristol mint ; very fine 
indeed, scarce. 

\0 838 Sixpence, 1700 ; nearly proof, scarce. 

>2_ 839 Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence, and Penny ; un- 
circulated. 4 pieces. 

ANNE. 1702-1714. 

l S 840 Crown, 1708; second issue (after the union); rev., 
plumes in the angles of the cross formed by the shields ; 
very fine indeed. 

C 841 Half Crown, 1708; without the plumes on the reverse; 
as fine as the crown. 

0 842 Shilling, 1709; same as the last ; equally fine. 

843 Sixpence, 1703 ; first issue ; nearly proof. 

A 844 Fourpence, Threepence, Twopence, and Penny; very 
fine. 4 pieces. 

GEORGE i. 1714-1727. 

£ 845 Crown, 1716; one of the shields on the reverse bears the 
arms of the Electorate of Hanover; roses and plumes 
in the angles ; (west of England silver) ; fine. 

L 846 Half Crown, 1720; very fine indeed. 

C 847 Shilling, 1723; rev., S. S. C. (silver of the South Sea 
Co.) ; very fine. 

j 848 Sixpence ; rev., has roses and plumes ; fine. 


48 

3Y 849 
\>S 850 


2 a.? 851 

t 

Ur 852 
g-o 853 
lb 854 

3 b" 855 
CIS 850 

SllC 857 

3c 858 
3? 859 
2,4* 860 


One 861 
I S"? 862 

5To 863 

M, i 864 
-jf 865 
If o 866 


O-o 867 

3 ci 868 
3? 869 
3o 870 

1C 871 
IX 872 

Si^.873 

874 


GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


Maundy Money ; full set ; fine. 4 pieces. 

Pattern Farthing in silver, 1717. Obv., bust of the 
King ; rev., Britannia seated ; fine, rare. 

GEORGE II. 1727-1760. 

Crown, 1739. Young head; rev., with roses between 
the shields ; very good. 

Half Crown, 1741 ; matches the crown, but is finer. 

Shilling, 1731; rev., has plumes; very fine. 

Shilling, 1741 ; rev., with roses; splendid, almost proof, 
scarce. 

Sixpence, 1728; rev., without symbols; fine, scarce. 

Crown, 1743. Old head; sharp impression; bright, un- 
circulated, in this condition rare. 

Half Crown, 1746. Old head ; edge “ Vicesimo,” etc. ; 
splendid proof, extremely rare. 

Shilling, 1758; fine. 

Sixpence, 1758; fine. 

Maundy Money ; a set ; all very fine. 4 pieces. 

GEORGE III. 1760-1820. 

Spade Guinea, 1794; fine, scarce. 

One-third Guinea, or Seven Shilling piece, 1801 ; very 
fine. 

Pattern Crown, 1818, by Pistrucci. Bust to right; rev., 
St. George on horseback, subduing the dragon ; splen- 
did proof, rare. 

Half Crown, 1817. Companion to the last ; proof, rare. 

Half Crown, 1817. Large head ; fine. 

Shilling, 1763. The Northumberland Shilling, of which 
no more than 2000 were struck; very fine, and very 
rare. 

Shilling, 1787 ; dies by L. Pingo; nearly proof. 

Shilling, 1816 ; uncirculated. 

Shilling, 1816 ; very fine. 

Sixpence, 1787. Companion piece to No. 867 ; equally 
fine. 

Sixpence, 1818. Old head ; fine. 

Maundy Money. Young head ; fine set. 4 pieces. 

Maundy Money ; usually called wire money ; very fine. 
4 pieces. 

Maundy Money. Bust in armor; very fine. 4 pieces. 


GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


49 


2X 875 
Ho 876 

4$’o 877 

Sb 878 
6i> 879 
3c 880 
37 881 
ST) 882 


3T 883 
3 o 884 
0T 885 

886 

3C 887 
888 

If *-889 
•3l 890 
ii 891 
l\ 892 


lSo 893 
9-7 894 

35“ 895 
l+f 896 

;^897 


3.00 898 
l po 899 
900 
^ 901 


Maundy Money. Laureated old head ; very fine. 4 pcs. 

Six Shillings, 1804. Bank of Ireland Token ; gilt, proof, 
beautiful, and very rare. 

Dollar, 1804. Bank of England Token ; splendid proof, 
rare. 

Three Shillings, 1812. Bank Token ; very good. 

Three Shillings, 1814. Bank Token; fine. 

One and Sixpence, 1812. Bank Token ; very fine. 

One and Sixpence, 1815. Bank Token ; fine. 

One-sixth Dollar, 1798, for Brunswick and Luneberg. 
Bust of King facing right, surrounded by name and 
titles. 

Shilling Token, 1804. Pro Bono Publico; scarce. 

Shilling Token, 1811. Bristol; fine. 

Shilling Token, 1811. Win. Bustin, Cheltenham; ele- 
gant design ; proof, rare. 

Shilling Token, 1811. Worcester county and city ; 
fine. 

Shilling Token, 1811. Garratt and others ; fine, rare. 

Ten Pence, 1806. Irish Bank Token : bust of the King; 
fine. 

* 

Ten Pence, 1813. Irish Token; very fine. 

Five Pence Token, 1805. Irish. 

Six Pence Token ; rev., shield. 

Six Pence Token, 1811. Cattle and Barber; proof, rare. 

GEORGE iv. 1820-1830. 

Crown, 1821; rev., St. George and the dragon ; very 
fine. 

Half Crown, 1820 ; the rev. of this piece is one of the 
finest appearing on any English coin,' — it is the work 
of Merlin, a French artist; uncirculated. 

Shilling, 1821 ; uncirculated, nearly proof. 

Sixpence, 182$. Equally fine, and rev. of the same de- 
sign as the Half Crown ; rare. 

Maundy Money ; a set ; fine. 4 pieces. 

william iv. 1830-1837. 

Crown, 1831. Splendid proof, , excessively rare. 

Half Crown, 1834. Proof ; obv. a trifle blemished. 

Shilling, 1834; uncirculated. 

Sixpence, 1831 : uncirculated. 


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GOLD AND SILVER COINS OF ENGLAND. 


W 902 Groat, 1837 ; uncirculated. 

903 Penny-half-penny, 1834. Struck for Ceylon ; very fine. 
2-0 904 Maundy Money ; set ; very fine. 4 pieces. 

victoria. 1837- 

Pattern Crown, 1847, usually called the Gothic Crown ; 
unlettered edge, proof. With plain edge this crown 
is very rare. 

Crown, 1845 ; uncirculated. 

Half Crown, 1844 ; proof: scarce as proof. 

Shilling, 1856 ; uncirculated. 

Sixpence, 1859 ; nearly proof. 

Groat, 1838; very fine, scarce. 

Penny-half-penny, 1841, for Ceylon; proof. 

Maundy Money; set; very fine. 4 pieces. • 

Florin, 1860; brilliant, almost proof. 

Half Dollar, 1870, for Canada; very fine. 

Quarter Dollar, 1870, for Canada; very fine. 

Twenty Cents, 1858, for Canada; ver} r fine. 

Ten and Five Cents, 1858, Canada; very fine. 2 pcs. 
Twenty Cents, 1872, for Newfoundland ; fine. 

Ten Cents, 1865, for Newfoundland; fine. 

ENGLISH COPPER COINS, Etc. 

It should be observed that the coins following under this head, are not 
pieces gathered from circulation, such as many collectors are satisfied 
with, but fine representative pieces, imported by Mr. Jenks especially 
to illustrate the copper coinage of Great Britain. 

2 oo 920 Cromwell. Bust facing left; rev., “Oliver Cromwell, 
1658 ” ; fine rare. 

921 Charles II. Half-penny, 1680, for Ireland ; bruised. 

W 922 Same. Farthing, 1675; fine. 

do 923 William and Mary. Half-penny, 1694. 

S'o 924 Same. Farthing, 1693, for Ireland ; fine. 

US' 925 William III. Half-penny, 1696; very fine. 

4-0 926 Same. Farthing, 1696, for Ireland ; fine. 

27"927 George I. Half-penny, 1719 ; very fine. 

10 928 Same. Farthing, 1722 ; very good. 


(j 7o 905 

i t 

906 
m 907 
908 
\o 909 
\o 910 
i\ 911 
lo 912 
4-^ 913 
tfo 914 

a ir 915 

2-C 916 
5 917 
4o 918 
2b 919 


ENGLISH COPPER COINS, ETC. 


51 


So 929 
20 930 
931 
S 932 
%S 933 
vG 934 
to 935 
12.7 936 


0-0 937 

3*] 938 

U> 939 
45* 940 
10 941 
5“ 942 
57 943 
37 944 
ifi 945 

: 946 
M 947 

n 948 

if 949 
fl 950 
'll 951 
10 952 

Ho 953 
10 954 
OS’ 955 
10 956 
77 957 
ID 958 
S' 959 
r 960 
l\ 961 


Same. Wood’s Half-penny, 1723 ; very fine indeed, scarce. 
Same. Wood’s Farthing, 1723 ; good, rare. 

George II. Half-penny, 1736 ; first issue, fine. 

Same. Farthing, 1754 ; second issue ; very fine. 

Same. Half-penny, 1751, for Ireland; very fine. 

George III. Half-penny, 1778 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Farthing, 1774 ; very fine. 

Same. Two-penny piece, 1797 ; from the mint of Boul- 
ton and Watt; letters countersunk; very fine, rare in 
such condition. 

Same. Penny, 1797 ; match to the preceding; equally 
fine and rare. 

Same. Half-penny, 1799; of the third issue; bronze, 
proof, rare. 

Same. Farthing, 1799 ; bright, uncirculated. 

Same. Penny, 1807 ; fourth issue ; uncirculated. 

Same. Half-penny, 1806; uncirculated. 

Same. Farthing, 1806 ; nearly proof. 

Same. Penny, 1805, for Ireland ; uncirculated. 

Same. Half-penny, 1805 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Half-penny, 1806, for Bahama ; expulsion of the 
pirates ; very fine, and scarce. 

Same. Spade Guinea, and Half-guinea; base, fine. 2 pcs. 
Same. Centennial and Health restored medals; fine. 
2 pieces. 

Same. Penny, 1786, for the the Isle of Man ; nearly 
proof, a rare variety. 

George IV. Penny, 1826 ; bright, uncirculated. 

Same. Half-penny, 1827 ; nearly proof. 

Same. Farthing, 1829 ; uncirculated. 

Same. One-third Farthing, 1827, coined for Malta ; 
fine, scarce. 

William IV. Penny, 1831 ; bronze, proof, rare. 

Same. Half-penny, 1831 ; very fine, scarce. 

Same. Farthing, 1837 ; red, uncirculated. 

Same. Third-farthing, 1837, for Malta; scarce. 
Victoria. Penny, 1844; first issue ; nearly proof. 

Same. Half-penny, 1857 ; equally fine. 

Same. Farthing, 1858 ; bright, almost proof. 

Same. Half-farthing, 1859 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Set of the bronze coinage of 1860 ; tarnished 
proofs. 3 pieces. 


52 


ENGLISH COPPER COINS, ETC. 


' 962 Same. Cent, 1859, Canada ; uncirculated. 

\ 963 Same. Cent, 1871, Prince Edward Island ; fine. 

964 One Penny, and Plalf-pennv, 1850. Upper Canada Bank 
tokens ; nearly proof. 2 pieces. 

c 965 Penny and Half-penny, 1852. Quebec Bank tokens ; 
very fine. 2 pieces. 

S* 966 Half-penny, 184if~ Bank of Montreal ; very fine. 

967 Deux Sous, 1837. Bank token ; uncirculated. 

U 968 Half-penny, 1852. Bank token ; proof. 

V 969 Un Sou, without date. Banque du People ; very fine. 

$“970 Penny Token, 17>43. New Brunswick; fine. 

T 971 One Penny Currency, 1854. N. Brunswick; fine. 

S' 972 Half-penny Token, 1843. N. Brunswick ; fine. 

973 One Penny Token, 1832. N. B. ; uncirculated. 

\o 974 Half-penny Token, 1856. Newfoundland; fine. 

\\ 975 Two Quartos, 1842. Gibraltar; very fine. 

\ V- 97 6 Two Quartos. Gibraltar; view of the fortress; good, 
rare. 

977 Victoria. Model Penny ; white centre, very fine, scarce. 

IS" 978 Elizabeth, 1794. Her bust facing, in royal robes, crowned 
and holding a sceptre ; rev., Chichester Half-penny ; 
fine. 


COINS OF FRANCE. 

All in silver, unless otherwise mentioned. The dates given indicate 
the year of accession, up to the time of the appearance of dates on the 
coins themselves. 

j 4 _o 995 Henry IV. Testoon, 1596 ; bust ; cross with Id in the 
centre ; very fine. 

re. 996 Same. Testoon, 1601 ; very good. 

Sc 997 Same. 1602; cross fieury; “ Henricus 4 D. G. Franc 
et Navar. Rex ” ; rev., crowned shield ; very fine, 
iio 998 Same. Double Testoon, (?) 1609; good. 

1 999 Same. Groat; fair. 

A 1000 Same. Double Tournois; and one of Louis XIII.; 

copper, very fine. 2 pieces, 
b 1001 Louis XIII. Half Crown, 1628 : very fine. 

0 1002 Same. Third Crown size, 1615 ; childish bust to right; 

rev., cross ; L in the centre ; fine. 

t 1003 Same. Half Louis d’ Or; bust; rev., cross, formed of 
eight Ids, lilies in the angles ; gold, fine. 

^ 1004 Louis XIII. Crown, 1642; extremely fine, rare in this 
condition. 

1 1005 Same. Half Crown, 1643 ; very fine. 

1006 Same. Quarter Crown, 1643 ; very fine. 

' 1007 Same. Quarter Crown, 1643; fine. 

- 1008 Same. Eighth Crown, 1642 ; very fine. 

1009 Same. Denier Tournois, 1622 ; copper, very fine. 

1010 Louis XIV. Crown, 1648, first coinage ; very fine. 


54 


COINS OF FRANCE. 


> ion 

Afr 1012 
\H> 1013 


3.-]$- 1014 
xn' 101 5 

\po 1016 

^ 1017 
1018 
2.0 1019 

< S D 1020 

i 

1021 
US 1022 
lots 1023 

JS 1024 
3(T 1025 

2i 1026 
|(5 1027 
3o 1028 
\0 1029 

lx> 1030 
14 1031 

Uo 1032 
*)1 1033 
Vo 1034 
1C 1035 
2.i~ 1036 
1.1 S’ 1037 

fo 1038 
| r 1039 

ir 1040 

10 1041 


Same. Half Crown, 1650 ; young head, laureated ; 
very good. 

Same. Eighth Crown, 1644; young head; fine. 

Same. Crown, 1702, second coinage; bust in armor; 
rev., round shield, crowned and backed by sceptres 
crossed ; very good, almost fine. 

Same. Crown, 1710 ; rev., three crowns with lilies be- 
tween them, and L in the centre ; very fine indeed. 

Same. Half Crown, 1711; same type as the last; un- 
circulated, rare in this state. 

Same. Half Crown, 1709; rev., lily, shield ; fine. 

Same. Quarter Crown, 1691 ; rev., 8 L’s in a cross : fine. 

Same. Eighth Crown; rev. like No. 1014; good. 

Same. Sixteenth Crown, 1704 ; rev., sceptres crossed, 
good. 

Same. Bust ; “ Lud XIIII. ” ; rev, two lilies, a crown 
above, A below ; silver, fine. 

Louis XV. Crown, 1726; fine. 

Same. Crown, 1768; fine. 

Little Crown, 1718; childish head, laureated; uncircu- 
lated, rarely found so fine. 

Same. Half Crown, 1759; nearly fine. 

Same. Quarter Crown, 1726 ; rev., cross of 8 L’s ; fine. 

Same. Quarter Crown, 1727 ; usual type ; fine. 

Same. Eighth Crown, 1716; child’s head; fine. 

Same. Eighth Crown, 1770 ; almost proof, rare. 

Same. Small silver Coins ; two nearly proof, all fine, 
and one rare. 4 pieces. 

Same. 1732; small Coin for Isles du Vent; fine. 

Same. Copper Coins; different sizes and denomina- 
tions; two 1770; uncirculated, all fine. 6 pieces. 

Louis XVI. Crown, 1789; Paris mint; very fine. 

Same. Half Crown, 1789 ; type of the last ; good. 

Same. Quarter Crown, 1788; proof, rare. 

Same. Eighth Crown, 1788 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Sixteenth Crown, 1783 ; fine. 

Same. Crown, 1793 ; rev., Genius writing Constitu- 
tion ; fine. 

Same. Half Crown, 1792; like the last; fine. 

Same. Thirty Sols, 1791 ; rev., like the last ; very fine. 

Same. Fifteen Sols, 1791 ; like the last; very fine. 

Same. Two Sous, 1792; bell metal; fine. 


COINS OF FRANCE. 


55 


5 - 1042 
iL 1043 

la 1044 
US 1045 

L 1046 
IL 1047 
17 1048 

l 1049 
\^ s 1050 

1 

if S' 1051 

1052 

l D 1053 

>5 1054 

US 1055 
» 

Id 1056 
I'j 1057 
\ D 1058 
1059 

\ bt) 1060 

1+7 1061 
2% 1062 
1,7 1063 
H, 1064 
2U 1065 

1066 
i-] 1067 
10 1068 
177 1069 

i-7 1070 

if 1071 


U? 1072 
1073 


Same. Sou, 1792; copper, fine. 

Republic. Five Sous, 1792 ; Moneron Token, payable 
in Assignats ; copper, very fine. Size 25. 

Same. Six Livres, 1793 ; from mint of Paris ; very fine. 

Same. Five Francs; L’an 5; rev., three figures stand- 
ing ; fine. 

Same. Cinq Centimes ; L’an 7 ; copper, fine. 

Same. Un Decime ; L’an 7 ; copper, fine, scarce. 

Same. One Sou, 1793; balance in equipoise; rev., 
tablet ; good, scarce. 

Louis XVI. Two Sous, 1789; for Cayenne Colony. 

Napoleon, 1st Consul. Five Francs; An 11; naked 
bust to right ; fine. 

Same. Two Francs; An 12; good. 

Same. One Franc; An 12; very fine. 

Same. Demi Franc ; An 12 ; nearly proof. 

Same. Quart; An 12; one proof. 3 pieces^ 

Napoleon, Emperor. Republic Francaise. Tk+o Francs ; 
An 13 ; uncirculated, scarce. 

Same. Two Francs ; same series ; very line. 

Same. One Franc; same series; very fine. 

Same. Half Franc ; same series ; very fine. 

Same. Quarter Franc ; same series ; nearty proof. 

Napoleon, Emperor. Five Francs, 1808; laureated 
head ; fine. 

Same. Two Francs, 1808 ; very good. 

Same. One Franc, 1808 ; good. 

Same. Half Franc, 1808 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Quarter Franc, 1807 ; same type ; good. 

Napoleon, Empire Francais. Five Francs, 1814; un- 
circulated, scarce. 

Same. Two Francs, 1809; very good. 

Same. One Franc ; uncirculated. 

Same. Half Franc, 1813 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Five Francs, 1815; struck during the one 
hundred days’ reign ; fine, rare. 

Napoleon, King of Italy. Five Lire, 1813 ; obv., bust; 
rev., shield of arms. 

Same. Two Lire, 1813; same series; brilliant, almost 
proof, rare. 

Same. One Lira, 1808; same series; fine. 

Same. Ten Soldi, 1814; splendid proof. 


COINS OF FRANCE. 


56 


\0 1074 
W 1075 
'5 1076 
5 00 1077 


C)v*Vi078 
\U 1079 


1080 

l$S 1081 

\St> 1082 
1083 

So 1084 
ZT 1085 
I 5 T 1086 

1087 

1088 
•k- 1089 

1090 
IU 1091 
3 1092 

\U) 1093 
\l(s 1094 
<50 1095 
zr 1096 
IU 1097 
I 1098 
X 1099 

Its- 1100 

1,-j? 1101 

TO 1102 


• Same. Five Soldi, 1811; good. 

Same. Twenty Lire, 1809; gold, very fine, scarce. 

Same. Centesimo, and Soldo ; copper, one v. fine. 2 pcs. 

Napoleon, Joachim (Murat,) Sicily. Bust facing left; 
“Gioacchino Napol. Re Delle Due Sicil ” ; rev., 
within a wreath of wheat and olive, “ Dodici Car- 
lini, 1810 ”; leg., “ Principe e Grand Ammiraglio di 
Francia ” ; very fine, and rare. 

Same. Two Lire, 1813; very fine indeed, and rare. 

Napoleon, Jerome. Westphalia; laureated bust to 
right ; “Hieronymus Napoleon ” ; rev., “ Koenig Yon. 
Westphalen”; F. P. 1811; in centre, | in large 
figures ; nearly proof, rare. 

Napoleon, Joseph, Sicily. Ducat, 1808; bust facing 
left ; rev., shield of arms ; very fine, rare. 

Gaule Subalpine. Five Francs; L’an 10; “Libert^ 
Egaliie Eridania ” ; fine, scarce. 

Louis XVIII. Five Francs, 1814; very fine. 

Same. Five Francs, 1821, Paris mint ; horse’s head be- 
low the bust ; rev. has polished, nearly proof surface. 

Same. Two Francs, 1822 ; fine. 

Same. One Franc, 1822; fine. 

Same. Half Franc, 1816 ; fine. 

Same. Quarter Franc, 1817 ; fine. 

Charles X. Five Francs, 1828; uncirculated. 

Same. Two Francs, 1827 ; uncirculated. 

Same. One Franc, 1830 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Franc, and Half Franc ; uncirculated. 2 pcs. 

Same. Ten Centimes, and Five Centimes; copper, 
good. 2 pieces. 

Louis Philippe. Five Francs, 1831 ; fine. 

Same. Five Francs, 1847 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Two Francs, 1847 ; uncirculated. 

Same. One Franc, 1831 ; fine. 

Same. One Franc, 1848 ; fine. 

Same. Half, and Quarter Franc ; both fine. 2 pieces. 

Same. Ten, and Five Centimes; copper, v.fine. 2 pcs. 

Republic ; Hercules standing with Liberty and Equali- 
ty ; uncirculated. 

Same. Five Francs, 1850 ; head of Liberty; polished 
surface, like proof. 

Same. Two Francs, 1849 ; same type ; very fine. 


COINS OF FRANCE. 


57 


1108 
8 1104 
r 1105 


[ 6 * 1106 

.7 1107 
X 1108 
5^ 1109 

iS* 1110 
3o 1111 

A> 1112 
IS" 1113 
% 1114 
% 1115 

’So 1116 

10 1117 

S 1118 

mi9 
i.r 1120 
r 1121 

^ 1122 
V 1123 
r ii24 


)0 1125 
,3 1126 
,D H27 
1328 
1 1129 


Same. One Franc, 1851 ; same type-; very fine. 

Same. Half, and Quarter F ranc ; same type ; fine. 2 pcs. 

Same. Medal of the Fete du Camp de Mars, 21 Mai, 
1848; bronze; and Un Centime, 1849 ; both very 
fine. 2 pieces. 

Same. Louis Napoleon. Five Francs, 1852 ; almost 
proof. 

Same. One Franc, 1852 ; fine. 

Same. Half Franc, 1852 ; fine. 

Louis Napoleon, (Emperor.) Five Francs, 1859 ; bril- 
liant, fine as proof. 

Same. Two Francs, 1855; fine proof. 

Same. One Franc, 1855 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Half Franc; uncirculated. 

Same. Quarter Franc ; proof. 

Same. Fifty Centimes ; rev., a crown ; fine. 

Same. Fine, uncirculated set of the bronze coinage ; 
and a medal commemorating a visit to the mint. 5 pcs. 

Same. Five Francs, 1870 ; the new type ; brilliant, 
uncirculated. 

Republic. Five Francs, 1870; Hercules,* Liberty and 
Equality, standing ; uncirculated. 

Same. Five Francs, 1870; large head of Liberty ; very 
fine. 

Same. Two Francs, 1871 ; same type ; uncirculated. 

Same. One Franc, 1872; same type ; very fine. 

Beautiful little medal of Napoleon I., in the Roman 
style ; and a small coin of the same ; very fine. 2 pcs. 

Fine Coins: one of the Republic. 2 pieces. 

Louis XVI. Sou, 1791; fine. 

Ancient Coins of France; Ecclesiastical, etc.; all fine ; 
a rare lot. 6 pieces. 


COINS OF HELVETIA. 

Five Francs, 1851 ; uncirculated. 

Two Francs, 1850 ; very fine. 

One Franc, 1850 ; very fine. 

Half Franc, 1850 ; fine. 

One, Two, Five, Ten, and Twenty Centimes ; copper 
and nickel, all fine. 5 pieces. 


58 


COINS OF SPAIN. 


j$0 1130 
\S W1131 


£So 1132 
U 1133 
44S 1134 


ITS 1135 


U 1136 

SS" 1137 

W 1138 
\ 0 1139 
5o 1140 


So 1141 


1142 
So 1143 
20 1144 
% 1145 
llS 1146 
! 0 1147 

2470 1148 


to 1149 


COINS OF SPAIN. 

John I., King of Castile and Leon; crowned 1379, died 
1390. Gold Com; “ Johannis Dei Gra Rex Castil ” ; 
fine, and very rare. Weight, 67 grains. Size 19. 

Ferdinand and Isabella. Gold Com; crowned busts of 
the King and Queen, facing each other; “ Ferdinan- 
dus et- Elizabeth Dei Gra”; rev., shield of arms, 
backed by an eagle; fine, exceedingly rare. Weight, 
107 grains. Size 18. 

Same. Quarter Dollar ; fine, and very rare. 

Philip II. Copper Coin, 1591 ; fine, rare. 

Philip II. Half Dollar, 1568 ; cross ; “ Phs. D. G. Hisp. 
Rex Comes Flan ” ; rev., shield of arms, surrounded 
by an order chain; good, very rare. 

Charles II. Crown Dollar, 1689 ; head crowned, and 
with flowing hair ; “ Carolus II. D. G. Rex Hisp ” ; 
rev., shield of arms, crowned ; very fine. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1684 ; pierced, otherwise very 
fine. 

Same. Pistareen, 1698; bust; rev., the golden fleece; 
good. 

Philip V. Pistareen, 1708 ; fine. 

Same. Half Pistareen, 1692 ; good. 

Same. Pistareen, 1711; struck during the war of the 
Spanish succession, by Charles III., (the Pretender) ; 
fine. 

Louis I. Pistareen, 1724; struck during the short 
reign of this King, which lasted less than one year ; 
fine, rare. 

Philip V. Dollar, 1718; fine, scarce. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1740 ; fine. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1722; fine. 

Same. Real, and Medio, 1726-1732 ; fine. 2 pieces. 

Same. Pillar, or Globe Dollar, 1742; very fine indeed. 

Same. Pillar Real, and Medio, 1746 and 1745 ; both 
fine. 2 pieces. 

Ferdinand VI. Dollar, 1759; two globes crowned be- 
tween the pillars crowned and inscribed ; one in- 
scribed Plus, the other Ultra ; rev., arms of Spain, 
crowned ; extremely fine ;. obv. has proof surface ; in 
this condition rare. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1757 ; same type; fine. 


COINS OF SPAIN. 


59 


3 1150 

0 1151 

-0 1152 

>o 1153 

S’ 1154 
£ 1155 
>o 1156 

0 1157 
b 1158 
50 1159 

2 - 1160 
S' 1161 

1 1162 

S' 1163 
7 1164 
•S' 1165 


S 1166 
S 1167 


0 1168 
b 1169 

5 1170 
} 1171 
j 1172 

0 1173 

1 1174 
) 1175 
> 1176 


Same. Quarter Dollar, 1749: aocl Medio, 1760; same 
type ; good. 2 pieces. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1754; different t} r pe ; good. 

Same. Sixteenth Doubloon, 1749 ; gold ; rare in such 
splendid condition. 

Charles III. Pillar Dollar, 1762; globes crowned be- 
tween pillars; rev., arms; very fine. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1770 ; same type ; good. 

Same. Medio, and Real ; both good. 2 pieces. 

Same. Cross Dollar, 1762; very fine. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1761; same type; very fine. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, and Real ; same type ; fine. 2 pcs. 

Same. Pillar Dollar, 1788; splendid, uncirculated, rare 
thus. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1779 ; fine. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1784; nearly as fine as the dol- 
lar ; rare in this condition. 

Same. Real, 1781 ; and Medio, 1773 ; equally fine. 2 pcs. 

Same. Sixteenth Doubloon, 1786 ; gold. 

Same. Eight, and Four Maravedis; very fine. 2 pcs. 

Charles IV. Pillar Dollar, 1790 ; though. struck in the 
reign of Charles IV., this dollar bears the image of 
Charles III., like tlie preceding dates ; in uncircu- 
lated condition, and rare. 

Same. Pillar Dollar, 1799; nearly proof, rare. 

Same. Pillar Dollar, 1801 ; on the neck of the king is 
counterstamped the head of George the 3d. This was 
done at the British mint, to give the coin currency 
as an English Crown; fine, very rare. 

Same. Pillar Half Dollar, 1803 ; very fine. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1801 ; same type ; nearly proof, 
rare. 

Same. One Real, 1793; uncirculated, very rare. 

Same. Medio, 1802; fine. 

Same. One-eighth Doubloon, 1792; gold, fine. 

Joseph Napoleon. Dollar, (20 R.) 1810: very fine. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1812 ; fine. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1810 ; fine. 

Five Pesetas, or Dollar of Barcelona, 1812 ; lozenge 
shaped shield, with arms of Barcelona and Arragon, 
surrounded by an oak wreath ; fine. 

One Peseta of Barcelona, 1810; good. 


1177 


60 


COINS OF SPAIN. 


5 H78 


ACS’ 1179 
U0 1180 
54 H81 
lio 1182 
Co 1183 

\o 1184 
to 1185 
I 0 1186 
'■1 S' 1187 
Go 1188 

US’ 11.89 

5 1 1190 
iS~ 1191 
2A, 1192 
I 7- 1198 
1 1194 
l Go 1195 

X 

Ha 1196 
2-0 1197 
t S' 1198 
(Go 1199 


ISIS' 1200 
» 


310 1201 

Go 1202 

2 S’ 1^03 

GOO 1204 
« 


Ferdinand VII. Dollar, 1810 ; though struck two years 
after the accession of Ferdinand VII. to the Spanish 
throne, this dollar is found to bear the head of 
Charles IV.; very fine indeed, and rare. 

Same. Dollar, 1810; with head of Ferd. ; fine, scarce. 

Same. Dollar, 1821 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1812 ; fine. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1815 ; very fine. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1810; companion to No. 1179; 
fine, scarce. 

Same. Real, 1809 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Medio, 1810; very fine. 

Same. Copper, 1818 ; very fine. Size 20. 

Same. Dollar, 1822; uncirculated. 

Same. “ Resilado ” or restruck Half Dollar, 1821; un- 
circulated, rare. 

Isabella. Pillar Dollar, 1855 ; uncirculated ; rev. has 
nearly proof surface. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1852 ; ten reals ; good. 

Same. Four Reals, 1853 ; fine. 

Same. Two Reals, 1852; fine. 

Same. Copper Coin, 1847 ; uncirculated. Size 20. 

Same. Copper, 1837 ; nearly proof. Size 15. 

Interregnum. Dollar, 1870, (5 Pesetas) ; reclining fe- 
male ; rev., arms between the pillars; very fine. 

Same. Two Pesetas, 1869 ; very good. 

Same. One Peseta, 1869; very line. 

Same. Half Peseta, 1869 ; fine. 

Amadeo I., Dollar. Five Pesetas, 1871 ; very fine. 


COINS OF RUSSIA, Etc. 

Catharine II. Gold Imperial, 1762; very fine, and rare. 
“ W e offer $13, for the mint cabinet. DuBois, assay- 
er.” See note with the coin. 

Same. Crown, or Double Rouble, 1740 ; fine, and rare. 

Same. Half Rouble, 1795; very good, scarce. 

Same. Quarter Rouble, 1770 ; good. 

Paul. Crown, 1797 ; four Russian P's and four crowns 
in a cross ; rev., in four lines, (Russian) : “ Not to us, 
not to us, but to thy name ” ; uncirculated, rare. 


COINS OF RUSSIA, ETC. 


61 


S' 1205 

1206 

■S ' 1207 
J 1208 
pt 1209 

^ 1210 
>0 1211 
» 1212 
1213 
■b 1214 

1 1215 


1 1216 

0 1217 

■0 1218 
3 1219 
3 1220 
Z 1221 
>“ 1222 
^ 1223 


6 o 1224 


,0 1225 


S 1226 


Same. Quarter Rouble, 1798; same, type as the last 
piece ; proof. 

Alexander I. One Rouble, 1821 ; rev., statement of 
purity and weight; uncirculated. 

Same. Half Rouble, or Poltina, 1818 ; very fine. 

Same. Twenty Copecks, 1820 ; fine. 

Nicholas I. Three Roubles of Platina, 1828; rev., (Rus- 
sian) : “ 3 silver roubles, 2 zol. 41 dol. of pure Ural 
Platina ” ; splendid proof, and, very rare. 

Same. Half Poltina, 1839 ; fine. 

Same. Rouble, 1845 ; uncirculated. 

Same. Half Rouble, 1845 ; fine. 

Same. Quarter Rouble, 1855; nearly proof. 

Same. Thirty Copecks, or Two Zlot, 1838; for Po- 
land ; fine, scarce. 

Ten Cop., 1799 ; Five Cop., 1798 ; and four other Rus- 
sian silver coins; two are proofs, and all are very fine. 
6 pieces. 

Copper Coin, 1767 ; St. George in conflict with the 
dragon. Size 20. 

Quarter Copeck, 1789 ; copper, very fine, scarcely any 
circulated. 

Four Copecks, 1790; copper, fine, scarce. 

One Copeck, 1799; copper, uncirculated. 

Two Copecks, 1801; copper, red. 

Five Copecks, 1803 ; uncirculated. 

One Copeck, 1852; fine. 

Coins of Modern Greece. Ten Lepta, 1830 ; and pieces 
of 10, 5, and 2 Lepta ; all fine. 4 pieces. 


COINS OF MEXICO. 

Cob Money. Doubloon of Philip V., 1738; gold; for 
such a rude coin, this must be called fine, and it is 
very rare. 

Same. Half Doubloon ; gold. This piece, like the last, 
is countermarked in a sunken square I. R., the signifi- 
cance of which I do not understand; and I am also 
at a loss to know whether the piece should, or should 
not, be assigned to Mexico. 

Same. Quarter Doubloon ; gold ; like the last, but 
countermarked D. H. ; rude, and rare. 


62 

\4v 1227 
SV 1228 
\\ 1229 
ST 1280 
34c 1281 


SIS 1232 


LlS 1233 


\ U 1234 

1285 
\.SC 1236 

\MrO 1237 

Li 1238 
% 1239 
\M-t) 1240 


I bo 1241 

\hS 1242 

1 \ 0 1-243 
8 1244 
(jl 1245 
3o 1246 

IS 1247 
10 1248 
(r 1249 


COINS OF MEXICO. 

Same. Cob Dollar ; fine. 

Cob Half Dollar ; fine. 

Cob Real ; and Double Real ; all good. 3 pieces. 

Quartino, 1799; fine. 

Hammered Dollar of Zacatecas ; obv., shield of arms 
crowned between the pillars : “ Ferdin. VII.,” etc. ; 
rev., a mountain, surmounted by a cross; “ Moneda 
Provisional de Zacatecas ” ; very fine, rare. 

Dollar ; a cross, with lion in the first angle, in the 
second a castle, the third F’o, and in the fourth 7’o ; 
u Oaxaca, 1812. 8 R’s Prov. D.” ; rev., shield, bearing 
a lion and surrounded by a circle of pellets connected 
by a cord; obv., countermarked 101, with a crown 
above ; rev., countermarked Z. ; perfect in condition, 
and extremely rare. 

Hammered Dollar, 1813 ; bow, quiver of arrows, etc. ; 
“ S. P. Cong. Nat. Ind. Gov. T. 8 R. ” rev., an eagle 
on a cactus; “ Vice. Ferd. VII. Dei Gratia ” ; poorly 
struck, but very rare. 

Vargas Dollar, 1812 ; rude but fine for the piece, which 
is rare. 

Charles IV. Proclamation Half Dollar. 

Iturbide. Dollar, 1822 ; large bust ; nearly proof condi- 
tion, scarce. 

Same. Dollar, 1822; rev., crowned upright eagle on a 
cactus ; as fine as the last. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1822; very fine. 

Same. Real ; and Medio ; good. 2 pieces. 

Republic. Dollar, 1824 ; large eagle on a prickly pear; 
Hook-neck dollar from the mint of Guanaxuato ; fine, 
scarce. 

Same. Dollar, 1824, of the hook-neck variety, from 
the mint of Durango ; very fine and scarce. 

Same. Dollar, 1829, from the mint of San Luis Po- 
tosi ; uncirculated. 

Same. Dollar, 1837, m.m. Go. (Guanaxuato) ; uncir. 

Same. Quartillo, Copper, 1835; very good. 

Same. Sixteenth Doubloon, 1857 ; gold, nearly proof. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1824 ; hook-necked eagle ; fine, 
scarce. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1884; good. 

Same. Real, 1848 ; fine. • 

Same. Medio and Quartillo ; fine. 2 pieces.. 


COINS OF BRAZIL. 


63 


) 1250 

r 1251 

1252 
) 1253 

1254 

1255 

1256 

1257 


1258 

' 1259 
1260 
1261 
1262 
1263 
r 1264 
) 1265 
: 1266 

1267 

1268 
1269 

' 1270 

1271 

1272 


3 1273 


> 1274 


Maximilian. Dollar or Peso, 1866, from the mint of 
Mexico ; fine. 

Maximilian. Dollar, 1866 ; fine. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1866; fine. 

Republic. Dollar, 1871 ; the new design ; very fine, 
nearly proof. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1870 ; same type ; very fine. 
Same. Half Dollar, 1870 ; the old type ; very fine. 
Same. Quarter Dollar, 1870 ; new type ; almost proof. 
Same. Lead seal. 


COINS OF BRAZIL. 

Johannes. Dollar, 1813; “Johannes D. G. Port. P. 

Regens, et Bras. D.” ; uncirculated. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1807 ; very fine. 

Same. 32 Reis, 1820 ; uncirculated. 

Same. 400 Reis, 1821 ; uncirculated. 

Maria I. 80 Reis, 1790 ; very fine. 

Petrus 1. Dollar, 1826 ; uncirculated. 

Same. 640 Reis, 1825 ; uncirculated. 

Petrus II. 2000 Reis, 1856 ; uncirculated. 

Same. 1000 Reis, 1859 ; uncirculated. 

Same. 500 Reis, 1855 ; uncirculated. 

Same. 100 Reis, 1855 ; nearly proof. 

Same. 2000 Reis, 1869 ; uncirculated. 

Same. 1000 Reis, 1869 ; very fine. 

Same. 500 Reis, 1868 ; uncirculated. 

Same. 100 Reis, 1867 ; fine. 2 pieces. 


COINS OF PERU, CHILI, BOLIVIA, Etc. 

Peru. Ferdinand VII. of Spain. Medal Dollar, struck 
in the year of his accession, 1808; bust facing right; 
rev., shield of arms between the pillars, backed by 
a double headed eagle, crowned ; “ Publica Fideli- 
tatis Juram Limae ” ; “ Abascal, (Viceroy of Peru), 
15 Octob 1808”; very fine, rare. 

Same. Patriot Dollar, 1822 ; arms; rev., Liberty and 
Justice standing; fine. 


04 


COINS OF PEBU, CHILI, BOLIVIA, ETC. 


1275 


\*%o 1276 

t 


V \ S' 1277 
$\ 1278 
1279 
So 1280 

Sf 1281 


S' 1282 
S* 1283 

1284 

U-6 1285 
IS 1286 
l rs 1287 

2D 1288 

2o 1289 

I 1290 

\ 4-o 1291 

< 

1292 

II 1293 
IS 1294 

Zb 1295 
ID 1296 

[X 1297 
2 1ST 1298 
1299 

^0-1300 

1301 


Same. Dollar, 1826: arms; rev., Liberty standing ; un- 
circulated, with proof surface. 

Same. Splendid Proof set. Peseta Dinero, and Me- 
dio Dinero, 1855 ; struck at the U. S. mint to test the 
dies. I think the design, goddess of Liberty stand- 
ing, was not adopted, and the coins are extremely 
rare. 

Same. Sol, or Dollar, 1861 ; very fine. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1859 ; very fine. 

Same. Peseta, and Dinero; good. 2 pieces. 

Same. Blazing sun; “Lima Libra Juro su Independ- 
ence en 28 de Julio de 1821 ” ; silver, proof. Size 16. 

Same. Liberty standing in a chariot ; rev., a steam- 
ship ; Callao, el 28 de Julio 1863; splendid silver 
medal. Size 15. 

Same. Quarter Medio ; a llama ; fine. 

Same. Morgan and Orr’s Copper made for Peru. 
Size 28. 

South Peru Dollar, 1838 ; sun and five stars ; rev., 
volcano, castle, etc. ; very fine. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1838 ; same type ; fine. 

Same. Two Reals ; very fine. 

Chili. Dollar, 1817 ; fine. 

Same. Two Reals, 1844 ; nearly proof. 

Same. Decimo, 1872; fine. 

Same. Half, One, and Two Centavos ; copper, all fine. 
4 pieces. 

Central America. Dollar, 1840 ; sun rising over moun- 
tains ; splendid, almost proof. 

Same. Two Reals, 1831 ; fine. 

Same. Real, 1830 ; good. 

Honduras. Two Reals, 1833 ; “ Mon Provisional del 
Est de Hond ” ; copper, fine, rare. 

Costa Rica. One Real, 1846 ; rude coinage ; rare. 

New Grenada. Dos Reales, 1848; very fine, nearly 
proof, scarce. 

Same. One Real, 1813 ; good. 

Columbia. Dollar, 1820 ; splendid, uncirculated. 

Bolivia. Dollar, 1840 ; head of Bolivar laureated ; 
very fine. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1837 ; fine. 

Same. Dollar, 1872 ; the new design ; very fine. 


COINS OF PERU, CHILI, BOLIVIA, ETC. 


65 


$ 1302 

ic 1303 
'IT 1304 

1305 
*]«“ 1306 


^ 1307 
T 1308 

3 1309 

7^ 1810 

To 1311 
1312 
$0 1313 

>'£ 1314 


IT 1315 


L4- 1316 
'6 1317 


Venezuela: Centavo, Half and Quarter Centavo; cop- 

per, very fine. 4 pieces. 

Same. Caracas, 2 Reals ; fine. 2 pieces. 

Argentine Confederacy. Province of La Plata; Dollar, 
1815, of the Potosi mint ; very fine. 

Same. Half Dollar, 1813 ; fine. 

Buenos Ayres. A bull standing ; “ El Estado de Bue- 
nos Ayres,” etc. ; book supported by two hands be- 
tween branches of laurel ; “ Jura su Constitucion 
Political Rare medal of half dollar size. 

Same. Un Decimo, 1822 ; copper, fine. 

Same. Five and Ten Decimos, 1827 ; copper, fine. 
2 pieces. 

Same. Dos Reales and Un Real, 1840 -1853 ; copper, 
fine, scarce. 3 pieces. 

Same. Provincia de Cordoba Half Dollar, 1852 ; blaz- 
ing sun ; rev., castle with flags ; fine, rare. 

Same. Quarter Dollar, 1849 ; fine, rare. 

Same. One Real, 1848 ; fine, rare. 

Uruguay. Fort}: Centesimos ; struck without a collar, 
apparently a trial piece of a new obv. with a broken 
rev. die ; uncirculated, rare. 

Copper coins of Mexico, illustrating the rude coinage 
of some of the States, and others of New Grenada 
and Paraguay ; all fine and desirable. 6 pieces. 

An angel bearing a Liberty cap on the point of an 
arrow ; rev., a monument ; Quartilla of Zacatecas, 
1825 ; brass, very fine, rare. 

Curacao. One Real, 1821 ; nearly proof, scarce. 

Same. One Stiver, 1822, and another little silver coin, 
Quarter Real. 2 pieces. 


COINS OF BRITISH AND FRENCH COLONIES, Etc. 

1318 Cayenne Colony. Two Sous, 1789 ; fine. 

M 1319 Colonies of Esequebo, and Demerary ; Stiver and Half 
Stiver, 1813 ; both fine. 2 pieces. 

1320 Same. One Gulden, 1809 ; bust of George III. ; rev., 
a large 1 crowned within a wreath of oak. Issued 
by Great Britain ; fine, rare. 

IT 1321 Same. Half, and Quarter Gulden, 1809 ; same series; 
fine, rare. 2 pieces. 


66 


COINS OF PERU, CHILL, BOLIVIA, ETC. 


1 1322 


\ 1323 

S* 1324 

hs: 1325 

\X 1326 
if 1327 

1328 

S' 1329 
3 1330 
3d 1331 

Sj 1332 

li- 1333 

9?- 1334 


Sandwich Islands. Hapa Haneri, 1847 ; copper, the 
only coinage of these Islands ; fine. 

Hayti. Twenty-five and Ten Centimes, of the early 
issue, An 12. 2 pieces. 

Same. Twenty-five, and Twelve Cents; An 14; Pe- 
tion, President ; silver, fine. 2 pieces. 

Same. A set, 100, 50, 25,5 Centimes; An 25, 26; 
silver, fine, and as a set rare. 

Same. 100 Centimes; An 27 ; brass, scarce. 

Same. 6, 2, and 1 Centimes, 1831 and 1816 ; of French 
workmanship ; fine. 3 pieces. 

Same. 6 Centimes, 1850; head of Faustin I., as 
Emperor ; rev., arms ; very fine. 

Same. Two Centimes, 1863; Geffrard, President; fine. 

Same. Republic Dominica, 1848; brass coin ; fine. 

Barbadoes. Penny, 1788; a pineapple; rev., negro 
head with Prince of Wales feathers; fine, rare. 

Same. Half-penny, 1792; Neptune in his car; rev., 
like the last ; very fine and rare. 

British Colonies. Quarter, Eighth, and Sixteenth 
Crown, 1822 ; crown and anchor ; silver, very fine. 
3 pieces. 

Ionian Islands. Half-penny, 1819; Britannia seated ; 
very fine, scarce. 


COINS OF ASIA. 


ARABIA, ETC., ALL IN COPPER. 


lYo 1335 
1336 

* 

X 1337 

bV 1338 

6"o 1339 
loo 1340 


Husein-ed-din Salah Yuluk. The sultan cutting off 
the head of Karaka, after a victory over the Franks, 
A. D. 1187 ; fine, rare. 21. 

Head of king and queen, one at full-face crowned, the 
other facing left, about A. D. 1000 ; rev., Arabic 
inscription; fine, rare. 21. 

Portrait of a queen facing, about A. D. 1000 ; rev., 
Arabic inscription in a six-pointed star ; pierced, 
fine. 19. 

Atabegs, Seif-ed-din, Prince of Persia, 1179. Mosul 
near Nineveh ; portrait; copper. 19. 

Mask-like head facing, about 1100 ; good. 17. 

Husein-ed-din. Portrait facing, with inscription ; rev., 
inscription in a six-pointed • star, about 1189 ; very 
fine. 20. 


» 


COINS OF ASIA. 


67 


2 S' 1341 
7 S' 1342 


^ 1343 

10 1344 
pb 1345 


iS" 1346 
1347 
.] S’ 1348 

Id 1349 

1350 
^ 1351 

‘7 1352 

1353' 
$D 1354 

J& 1355 

l 7 1356 
1357 

,00 1358 

Ko 1359 
10 1360 
H- 1361 


1^1362 
bo 1363 


Malak-el-Ashraf. Turkoman 60 Ortokites, 1220; good. 

Omar II., eighth Khalif of the Oriental (Arabian) Dy- 
nasty, died A. H. 720, A. D. 1326; head of Omar in 
a crescent ; rev., long inscription ; fine and extremely 
rare. 

Bukn-ed-din, Mameluke Sultan of Egypt, 1250 ; a lion 
prowling ; good. 2 pieces. 14. 

Arabian; uncertain; fair. 2 pieces. 17. 

Bedr-ed-din, Prince of Mosul, (site of ancient Nineveh) 
1260 ; head facing left in a square ; rev., (Arabic) : ' 
“ The great and magnificent Manghou Khan, the con- 
queror of the whole earth ; Lulu, the merciful king ” ; 
very fine. 17. 

Coins of the same Province; both line. 2 pieces. 17. 

Ben-Kai-Kobad, 1245. 2 pieces. 14. 

Malak-el-Mansur-Nasr-ed-Din, King of Diarbekir, 1202 ; 
a Centaur shooting into the fangs of a dragon ; fine, 
rare. 17. 

Same. Head facing, surrounded by an inscription ; 
fine, rare. 16. 

Same. Various; good. 3 pieces. 14, 15. 

Same. The King sitting in Oriental fashion ; the sun 
shining ; good. 2 pieces. 17. 

Hasein-ed-diii, King of Diarbekir, 1191 ; a group of four 
figures; rev., long inscription. 3 pieces, 2 good. 19. 

Arabian. Hare running; good, and curious, scarce. 17. 

Nejn-ed-din, King of Diabekir, 1152 ; head of the king; 
rev., two heads. 21. 

Bactrian. Emperor on an elephant; rev., figure of the 
sun standing ; good, rare. 15. 

Persian. Early type ; thick. 14. 

Dihrem of Harun Alraschid, Caliph of Bagdad; pierced, 
but fine, and very rare. 

Persian (?) Silver coin of about dollar size, A. H. 1263 ; 
very fine. 

Same. Half size of preceding ; very fine. 

Same. Small silver coins without date. 

Same. Copper coins ; fine, and rare. 3 pieces. 

COINS OF INDIA. 

Thick Rupee ; native coinage without date ; line. 

Thick Rupee, about 1825 ; countersunk; fine. 


68 


COINS OF INDIA 


Sty 1664 

4m- 1365 
(eb 1366 
Mp 1367 
V| 1368 

\ 0 o 1369 

ST 1370 
IT 1371 
Uy 1372 

WO 1373 

HAo 1374 
SO 1375 
\0SO 1376 


Ua 1377 
ifl 1378 
lyx 1379 
3 i 1380 
8 1381 

WO 1382 

‘T 1383 
^0 1384 

50 1385 

Vo 1386 

51 1387 

10 1388 
S 1389 
3 1390 

b 1391 


Rupee ; two mermaids, each holding a mirror (?) ; fine, 
rare. 

Rupee, 1806; native characters; broad and thick, fine. 

Rupee ; obv., inscrip, in Arabic ; rev., in Persian ; fine. 

Rupee ; native inscription, date 1767 ; fine. 

Rupee, from the mint of Calcutta ; inscription in native 
character ; fine. 

Old octagonal Mahratta Rupee ; Hindoo inscription ; 
fine, rare. 

Half Rupee, of same description ; fine, rare. 

Half Rupee, Madras mint ; fine. 

Copper coin of size and style of the old thick rupee ; 
very fine. 

Half and Quarter Rupees, and one Double Fanam ; all 
fine, no duplicates. 8 pieces. 

Gold Pagoda ; fine, rare. 

Quarter Pagoda; silver, very fine. 

Gold Mohur of Victoria, 1841 ; head of the queen ; 
rev., a palm tree, and a lion walking ; a beautiful 
design, and a fine rare coin. 

Rupee of William IV., 1835 ; fine. 

Rupee of Victoria, 1840 ; very fine. 

Rupee of Victoria, 1862 ; crowned bust ; fine. 

Half Rupee, 1862; mate to preceding. 

Quarter Rupee and Two Annas, 1862; same series, 
equally fine. 2 pieces. 

Half and Quarter Rupee ; naked bust, same series as 
the 1378 ; both fine. 2 pieces. 

Small Indian coins, one with the pagod ; fine. 2 pieces. 

Clump or bar-shaped coin, 1798; rev., 2 S ; copper, rare 
of this size. It weighs nearly 2 ounces. 

Twenty Cash, 1808. East India Company ; copper, 
splendid proof, rare. 

Coin of the E. I. Co., 1794; bronze, proof, rare. 

Same; arms of the Co., 1810; rev., inscription ; splen- 
did copper proof rare. 

Same; 1787 ; copper, fine. 

Thick copper coin, Rupee size ; old. 

Ten, and Twenty Cash; native inscription; fine. 2 
pieces. 

Small copper coins; one of 1804 ; one with Arabic date, 
A. H. 1251 ; all very fine. 3 pieces. 


1392 

VS~ 1393 

^7 1394 
IV 1395 

Ins 1396 

1397 

U-o 1398 

$1 1399 
M-o 1400 

^ 1401 

1402 

^ 1403 

3 ,%o 1404 

^po 1405 


S.S'o 1406 


COINS OF SIAM — COINS OF ANAM, ETC. 69. 

Pieces used as weights for gold by traders in foreign 
parts ; one a moidore ; all fine. 3 pieces. 

Sumatra. Small coin; obv., a rooster on a pedestal 
marked C. N. Read ; fine, rare. 

Java. Two Stivers, 1799 ; scarce. 

Same. One Stiver, 1800 ; good, rare. 


COINS OF SIAM, Etc. 

Bullet money ; a set comprising 4 Tical piece, 2 Tical, 
1 Tical, Half Tical or 2 Salung, Salung or Quarter 
Tical, 1 Fuang or Eighth Tical, Half Fuang and 
Quarter Fuang or one thirty-second of a Tical ; the 
two larger pieces are very rare, and as a set the 
money is extremely rare. 7 pieces. 

Flat Tical ; elephant ; rev., three umbrellas ; silver, 
very fine. 

Flat Quarter Tical; design like the last; equally fine, 
rare. 

Flat Eighth Tical ; same series, equally fine. 

Base coin, Tical size; elephant; rev., umbrellas; plain 
field. 

Same, but both sides elaborately ornamented ; fine, 
rare. 

Same, Half Tical size ; copper, fine, very rare in this 
metal. 

Same, smaller size ; copper, thick, fine. 

Gold Four Ticals ; usual devices; very fine, rare. 

Coin of Rupee size, silver ; a monstrous elephant (?) : 
rev., inscription, seems to be like Persian. XX 
Cash (?) ; fine, and no doubt rare. 


COINS OF ANAM. 

A set in silver, each with a square hole in the centre ; 
Chinese characters on each side ; one side elaborately 
ornamented. The largest piece is somewhat above 
dollar size ; the second nearly dollar size ; the third 
more than half dollar size ; the fourth, quarter dollar 
size. The set is in perfect condition, and said to be 
of great rarity. Cost $25. 4 pieces. 


70 


COINS OF CHINA — COINS OF JAPAN. 


COINS OF CAMBODIA. 

\S & s 1407 A set of the bar money, so called. Three pieces, silver, 
the largest weighing two ounces, shaped like cakes of 
India ink, and covered with characters resembling 
the Chinese ; in perfect condition, and extremely rare. 
Cost |20. 


1408 

1409 

\fc is* 1410 

1411 

‘j So 1412 

l+oo 1418 

aro 1414 

3o 1415 
& 05* 1416 

loo 1417 
^ 1418 

3 S' 1419 


IS" 1420 
ft 1421 
1. 1422 
\ p c 1423 
JO 1424 
IS" 1425 


COINS OF CHINA. 

Gold Coin ; type of the ordinary cash ; exceedingly rare. 
Few collectors have ever seen a gold coin of Chinese 
mintage. 

Old Silver Dollar of the government ; coined by order 
of the Emperor; fine, and extremely rare. Cost the 
owner $25. 

Dollar of Confucius ; stamped by the government ; old, 
and excessively rare. Cost $25. 

Silver Dollar, struck by the present government of 
China; very fine and of great rarity. 

Silver Dollar of Cochin China ; a dragon ; rev., the sun ; 
Chinese characters ; very fine and extremely rare. 

Silver Half Dollar of Cochin China ; design unlike the 
last, but equally fine and rare. 

Chopped Dollar, 1796 ; Spanish Dollar stamped by Chi- 
nese merchants ; rare. 

Chopped Quarter Dollar, 1779 ; as rare as the last. 

Chinese Sycee (silver) bar ; stamped D. S. (David 
Sisson) ; 2 oz. ; rare. 

Chinese Sycee ; like the last ; 1 oz. ; rare. 

Very large coin, not the token coinage of the present 
government ; copper, fine, rare. Size 31. 

Large Medal, presumed to be astrological ; round hole 
in the centre, around which is a Chinese inscription, 
and outside of that a circle of various animals ; 
brass, very fine. Size 30. 

Another medal with round hole in centre ; fine. Size 28. 

Token coin for Ten Cash ; fine. 

Cash, all different ; fine. 4 pieces. 

Silver Dollar of Hong Kong, 1867. Uncirculated. 

Half Dollar, same, 1866 ; uncirculated. 

Twenty Cents and Ten Cents, same, 1866 ; fine. 2 ps. 


COINS OF JAPAN — MISCELLANEOUS, 


71 


ol426 


1427 


ivo 1428 

1429 
4->5‘ 1480 
(is- 1431 
1432 

33f 1433 

'47 1434 
ISS 1435 
^ 1436 
47 1437 
'2(- 1438 
l 1439 
lOo 1440 
110 1441 
ST 1442 
24 1443 
k 1444 
Ik 1445 


fl 1446 
^1 1447 


COINS OF JAPAN.. 

Gold. Oobang of the largest size ; oval; 6^ inches long 
and 3| in. wide, weighs 2625 grains, being 875 gr’s 
more than the one sold in the Pratt Sale Oct. 1, 1879. 
Though it differs so materially in size, this is of the 
same design as the one minutely described in the 
Pratt Catalogue ; this however wants the written 
inscription. Purchased by Mr. Jenks, of the United 
States Mint, for one hundred dollars ; the piece was 
tested there and valued as bullion at $95 ; very fine 
indeed, and of course very rare. 

Gold. Cobang ; oval, of large size, weight 172 grains ; 
very fine. 

Gold. Quarter Cobang ; oval ; fine, a pretty and rare 
coin. 

Gold. Old Nibon ; oblong, weight 87 grains ; fine. 

Gold. New Nibon: oblong, fine. 

Gold. Old Bou; coined prior to 1830 ; oblong, fine. 

Gold. Nishin; oblong, fine, scarce. 

Gold. Old Coin of Japan ; round ; weight 66 grains ; 
fine, very rare. 

Itzebue ; silver ; oblong, very fine. 

Double Itzebue ; old, very fine, rare. 

Quarter Itzebue ; old, fine. 

Same ; a more ancient type. 

Paper Itzebue; specimen of Japanese currency; fine. 

Ten Psenny : brass, oval, fine. 

Dollar ; new coinage ; uncirculated. 

Dollar; same as the last; equally fine. 

Half Dollar ; same issue ; uncirculated. 

Quarter Dollar ; 25 Sen; both of the recent issues. 2 pcs. 

Ten, and Five Sen ; both uncirculated. 2 pieces. 

Two Sen ; One Sen ; and One Pin ; copper, all uncircu- 
lated. 3 pieces. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Republic of Liberia. Two Cents, 1847 ; head of Liber- 
ty ; rev., palm tree ; very fine, scarce. 

Same. One Cent, 1847 ; same design ; nearly proof, 
scarce. 


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MISCELLANEOUS — GOLD MEDALS, ETC. 


1851448 
US' 1449 
80 1450 

Sf 1451 

>.1452 
2. 1453 
ic 1454 

1455 


Sierra Leone. Dollar, 1791 ; a lion ; rev., clasped hands ; 
pierced, very good, rare. 

Sierra Leone. Ten Cent Piece, 1791 ; same design as 
the dollar ; splendid proof, rare. 

Same. One Penny, 1791 ; bronze, proof, very rare. 
Same. One Cent, 1791 ; bronze, proof, rare. 

East Indies. Two Annas ; Victoria; fine. 

Same. One Cent, and Half Cent ; both fine. 

Coin of Morocco ; and one of the East Indies : copper, 
fine. 2 pieces. 

Bavaria. Ludwig I. Medal Thaler, 1836 ; very fine. 


1456 
33o 1457 
3D- 1458 


Lf^ri459 
*ft 1460 
| ft 1461 
j o 1462 
JO 1463 
1464 

1 0 1465 
SAC 1466 


GOLD MEDALS. 

< 

Washington facing right; rev., Jackson facing left; no 
inscription; fine gold, proof ’. 12. 

Washington; like the last; rev., date of birth and 
death ; fine gold, proof. 12. 

Jackson; bust to left; inauguration medal ; fine gold, 
proof. 12. 

SILVER MEDALS. 

Washington. Cabinet Memorial Medal ; struck at the 
mint in fine silver ; thick proof. 38. 

Washington. Sansom Medal, 1797 ; from the original 
dies ; nearly proof, rare. 25. 

Washington Half Dollar, 1792; Idler’s copy; proof, 
rare. 

Washington; bust to right; rev., date of birth and 
death, within a wreath ; rare in silver, proof. ■ 

Washington before Boston ; rev., siege of Boston, 1775- 
76 ; nearly proof, scarce. 

Lafayette ; bust to right ; under the shoulder : “ Cau- 
nois French ” ; rev., “ The defender of American and 
French liberty,” etc. ; in silver an extremely rare 
medal. 30. 

Jackson Inauguration Medal; proof. 

Rickett’s Circus Token ; rev., shield, with sprig of lau- 
rel at right and palm at the left ; arm holding a naked 
sword above ; splendid proof. For an account and 
illustration of this, one of the very rarest of Ameri- 
can pieces, see American Journal of Numismatics, 
Vol. XII., p. 53. 


SILVER MEDALS — BRONZE MEDALS. 


73 


U-D 1467 
.Oo 1468 
l$© 1469 

6o 1470 

S~t> 1471 
L .^ 1472 
l(o 1473 

‘U 1474 

1475 

j fco 1476 
1477 

ko 1478 

'lo 1479 

1 0 1480 

2 0 1481 
2-1 1482 


Medal of the St. Louis Agricultural and Mechanical 
Association ; unengraved ; proof, rare in silver. 23. 

English War Medal for Waterloo; head of George III.; 
to Lieut. Ja. Stewart ; good, rare. 23. 

English War Medal for India; Victoria; rev., Una and 
the lion; clasp inscribed “Lucknow”; very fine. 
With clasp, 38. 

English War Medal for the Crimea; 3 clasps, Alma, 
Inkermann, Sebastopol, with ribband; very line. 
With clasps, 56. 

Wellington. Waterloo Bridge Medal ; head of George 

O O 7 o 

IV. as Prince Regent; fine. 18. 

Head of Count Zinzendorf facing; rev., church at 
Hernnhut; very fine. 22. 

Beautiful German Medal of Abraham and Isaac ; obv., 
the uplifted knife in the hand of Abraham seized by 
an angel ; nearly proof. 23. 

Splendid Medal of Lord Nelson; his bust; rev., a tri- 
umphal column; commemorates the battle of Trafal- 
gar ; proof. 25.. 

Bust of Bolivar in military costume facing right; rev., 
the sun rising over the ruins of Cuzco, 1825; a 
beautiful and rare South American Medal. 27. 


BRONZE MEDALS. 

Washington. Bust facing right; rev., an Indian stand- 
ing; “ The land was ours.” The Eccleston Medal; 
splendid proof, the finest that I have seen for a long 
time. 48. 

Washington. Medal presented by Congress for the 
evacuation of Boston ; proof. 44. 

Washington. Medal to the Japanese Embassy, Phila- 
delphia, 1860 ; proof. 

Washington. Bust facing right ; rev., “ With courage 
and fidelity he defended the rights of a free peo- 
ple”; very fine, rare. 26. 

Washington. Medal distributed in the birthday pro- 
cession at Philadelphia, 1832 ; splendid proof, rare 
thus. 21. 

Washington. Allegiance Medal ; proof. 21. 

Washington. Sansom Medal ; copy ; fine. 22. 


74 


BRONZE MEDALS. 


00 1483 
Vo 1484 

1485 

1486 

V 1487 
S' 1488 
4-Ao 1489 

Up 1490 
\ 1491 

So 1492 
H-oc 1493 

\ "2-0 1494 

%xS 1495 

loc 1496 

S^-1497 

lo 1498 

5 1499 
S' 1500 
S' 1501 
18" 1502 

U 1503 
Sc 1504 
2>0 1505 
1 7-(i 1506 
30 1507 


Franklin. Bust; rev., “ Eripuit Coelo,” etc., within a 
wreath ; proof. 29. 

Franklin; rev., angel standing; “Eripuit,” etc.; proof, 
scarce. 29. 

Lafayette. Bust; rev., “ The Defender,” etc. ; proof. 

William Pitt ; obv., bust ; rev., “ The man who having 
saved the Parent pleaded,” etc. ; proof. 26. 

Pitt; like the last, but from a smaller die. 25. 

William Penn, from Ser. Numismatica; copy. 27. 

Libertas Americana Medal; proof, in proof condition, 
rare. 30. 

Paul Jones. National Medal ; proof. 36. 

Nathaniel Green, for the battle of Eutaw Springs ; fine, 
rare. 35. 

Horatio Gates. National Medal for Saratoga ; fine. 

Edward Preble. National Medal for Tripoli ; fine, 
rare. 40. 

Com. Johnston Blakeley. National Medal; capture of 
.the Reindeer ; proof. 42. 

James Ross Snowden. Bust; rev., the U. S. Mint at 
Philadelphia ; splendid proof. 50. 

Adam Eckfeldt. Bust; rev., “A farewell tribute,” 
etc. ; proof. 33. 

Testimonial Medal presented to Capts. Creighton, 
Low, and Stouffer, by the city of Philadelphia, 1854 ; 
perfect. 48. 

Medal of the Centennial of the battle of Lexington ; 
proof. 

Charles Wilson Peale. Bust; rev., wreath, etc.; fine. 20. 

Same ; rev., 36 within a wreath ; fine. 20. 

Same, but the number is 43 ; good. 20. 

W. H. Harrison. Reduced copy of the National Medal 
for the battle of the Thames ; fine and very rare in 
copper. 20. 

Pope Innocent XI. Portrait; rev., plain; fine, rare. 
26. 

Shakespeare. Bust facing; rev., his house ; fine, proof, 
scarce. 24. 

William IV., King of Holland, 1747. Allegorical 
scene ; brass, rare. 34. 

Beautiful Medal of Eugene Beauharnais. Bust ; rev., 
events of his life ; proof, rare. 32. 

Louisburg Medal. Bust of Adin’l Boscawen ; good. 24. 


BRONZE MEDALS — TIN MEDALS. 


75 


k 1508 
W509 

1 


S 1510 
2 - 1511 
4- 1512 
-07 1513 

'0 1514 
lb 1515 

Lc>c 1516 


45 1517 
So 1518 
3! 1519 
V 1520 
'0 1521 
^ 1522 

^ 1523 
b 1524 
0 1525 

l. 1526 
0 1527 


Vernon Medal, small size. 18. 

Louisburg Medal. Ships, the British lion in the fore- 
ground destroying the French cock ; rev., a man 
hanging; pierced, fine. 24. 

German Prize Medal, 1818; iron, very fine, rare. 26. 

Anti-Slavery Medal. “ We are all brethren”; good. 24. 

Pius IX. Synod in Thurles, 1850 ; good. 24. 

Dr. Willis Medal; rev., “Britons rejoice, your king re- 
stored, 1789 ” ; very fine, scarce. 21. 

Leopold of Baden; sword within a wreath ; good. 21. 

D. I. Eaton. Bust ; rev., hogs feeding, a rooster on the 
fence above them ; fine. 18. 

Printer’s Medal; bust facing left; Johann Gaensfliesch 
gen Gutenberg ; rev., a printing press; a man seated 
reading, type behind him; long inscription; fine, 
rare. 33. 


TIN MEDALS. 

Large Medal of the World's Fair in New York, 1853 ; 
view of the Crystal Palace ; fine. 47. 

Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, Philadelphia ; rev., 
interior; very fine. 31. 

James Buchanan; rev., names of the States; fine, 
scarce. 39. 

Humboldt. Bust; rev., “Earth and Heaven he ex- 
plored ” ; fine. 

Native American Medal. “ Our flag trampled upon ” ; 
fine. 26. 

Duke of Wellington. Bust, military costume with 
orders; rev., a tomb ; very beautiful medal, proof. 
32. 

Victoria and Prince Albert. Busts joined ; rev., Great 
Eastern; proof. 31. 

Cathedral of Strasbourg. Fine view of the building ; 
interesting and rare medal, fine. 37. 

Military bust of Gen. Harrison facing left ; rev., log 
cabin with tree at each side ; nearly proof, rare, 
original medal. 24. 

Temperance Medal by Thomas ; proof. 23. 

Bust of Franklin; rev., beaver gnawing at the foot of 
a tree ; from rusted dies. 26. 


76 


TIN MEDALS, ETC. 


; 1528 German Peace Medal, 1871 ; fine. 18. 

6" 1529 Bust of John Wesley ; rev., tomb; fine. 18. 

10 1530 Washington. Phil. Centennial 1832 Medal ; fine. 21. 

I \ 01531 Impression from the obverse of an original die dated 
1792, for a United States Cent; extremely rare. 24. 

\ U 1532 Impression from the reverse die, intended for the same 
coin ; very rare. 24. 

I'd 1532a Zach. Taylor; rev., Fort Harrison, etc.; fine. 20. 

1533 Same ; “ I ask no favors,” etc. ; fine. 26. 

1 0 1534 Lincoln and Hamlin. Basts facing; proof. 26. 


2U 1535 

So 1536 

iC 1537 
S' 1538 

5 1539 


1540 

3 1541 
3 1542 
l ft 1543 
\0 1544 
C 1545 

7 1546 
Ao 1547 

10 1548 
h 1549 
2A 1550 


POLITICALS, MEDALETS, Etc. 

Washington. Great Central Fair, 1864; silver, proof, 
rare. 13. 

Washington. Mt. Holly Paper Co., 1860; fine head; 
die destroyed ; copper, proof, rare. 14. 

Washington. Postage stamp ; rgv., Irving house ; scarce. 

Washington. All desirable ; two mint pieces ; all fine. 
7 pieces. 

A series of Political Medals of the Jackson, Harrison, 
and other campaigns; none later than 1860 ; mostly 
fine ; one of Taylor, very rare ; also, rare ones of Harri- 
son and Clay. 22 pieces. 

Grant Medal ; distributed in the city parade, Phila- 
delphia, Dec. 16, 1879; fine. 16. 

Grant Medal for Vicksburg. 16. 

Lincoln ; “ Martyr President ; ” tin, proof. 20. 

Jackson Inauguration Medal; silver, proof. 

II. N. Rust. Bust.; rev., inscrip.; bronze, proof. 20. 

Man standing with club and shamrock; rev., Pure cop- 
per, etc.; fine, scarce. 

Brock Tokens. Two varieties ; both fine, one rare. 2 pcs. 

Man with two umbrellas; “Always prepare for a rain}' 
day”; rare store card; brass. 18. 

Copy of the unique Baltimore Penny ; copper, proof. 

Same ; nickel, fine. 

Catch Club. 121 cents Token, used by a Philadelphia 
Club of the olden time ; rev., a shield ; copper, very 
fine,- scarce. 


CENTS. 


77 


2-t 1551 Same Token, but with plain reverse ; silvered, perhaps 
unique, line. 

V-^1552 Selection of interesting medalets, tokens, etc. ; one 
Ypol Terrax, 1480 ; one of the 2d Centennial J ubilee 
of the Reformation, Oct. 31, 1717 ; a fine and desir- 
able lot. 14 pieces. 

-S' 1552a Prince Albert. His bust; rev., interior of the great 
exhibition palace ; appears to be silver, but is plated 
on copper, fine. 27. 


1553 


3^ 1554 
3S<> 1555 


‘.7o 1556 

1557 
if 1558 


1559 
S 1560 
7 S' 1561 
U* 1562 


tS - 1563 

ft 1564 
T 1565 
1566 

‘S5 1567 

1568 


CENTS. 

References are to Crosby and Maris. 

% 

1793 No. 1 B. Flowing hair; rev., chain ; little counter- 
mark I. P. on obverse ; impression weak ; very good, 
rare. 

1793 No. 3 B. Flowing hair; reverse, chain; inscrip- 
tion in small letters ; good, rare. 

1793 No. 9 H., variety 1. Edge: “One hundred for 
a Dollar” ; dark color, surface of the copper a little 
rough, but scarcely any circulated, ram. 

1793 No. 9 H., var. 2. Edge lettered like 1555 ; good, 
extremely rare. 

1793 No. 11 G. Liberty cap; broken die ; poor, rare. 

1793 No. 12 K. Liberty cap; very poor, but as may 
be seen by Crosby's table, the rarest variety of thin 
type. 

1794 No. 5. Very good, but of dark color. 

1794 No. 9. Fair. 

1794 No. 26. Amiable face; very good, nearly fine. 

1794 No. 26. Planchet smaller than the last. The 
planchet somewhat corroded, though the Cent is 
barely circulated, rare. 

1794 No. 28. Marred field ; large planchet ; very good, 
scarce. 

1794 No. 36. Broken die; very good. 

1794 No. 37. Only fair. 

1794 Combination not mentioned by Maris; barely 
fair, extremely rare. 

1796 Liberty cap; planchet somewhat rough, not a 
sharp impression, though but little circulated, rare. 

1796 Liberty cap ; fair, scarce, 


78 


CENTS. 


lo 1569 

IS 1570 
3\ 1571 
n 1572 
m 1573 


ii 1571 
G 1575 
1576 
5o 1577 

\8ol578 
l6 1579 
1 1580 


8 1581 
S' 1582 
2b 1583 
1 1584 
8 1585 
2i 1586 

1587 
0, 1588 
,3t 1589 
\l 1590 
10 1591 
3o 1592 

1593 

1594 
G 1595 
 1632 1837 Varieties; all fine. 3 pieces, 

k 1633 1837 Another equally good lot ; no duplicates. 3 pcs. 

ST 1634 1838 Uncirculated, partly red, fine, scarce. 

1 1 1635 1838 Fine. 

1636 1838 Varieties; good. 2 pieces. 

1637 1840 Varieties; both fine. 2 pieces. 

2- 1638 1840 Good. 

IT 1639 1841 Fine, scarce. 

2-1 1640 1844 Fine. 2 pieces. 

T 1641 1844 Diminutive size. 
f 1642 1845 Both fine. 2 pieces. 


80 


CENTS, ETC. 


i 1648 
t if 1644 
ip 1615 
is 1646 
%! 1647 
>5 1648 
Ic 1649 
32,1650 
S 1651 
b 1652 
2b 1658 
1/ 1654 
1655 
| ■, 1656 
1 1657 

M 1658 
bo 1659 
2>1660 
>•1661 
I b 1662 
LI 1663 
VA 1664 
o 37 1665 


1846 Good. 4 pieces. ^ 

1847 Uncirculated, scarce. 

1847 All line. 3 pieces. 

1847 Good. 2 pieces. 

1848 Uncirculated, scarce. 

1848 Very fine. 

1818 Different; both fine. 2 pieces. 

1848 Half Cent size ; curious. 

1849 Varieties; all fine. 3 pieces. 

1850 All very fine. 4 pieces. 

1850 Broken die ; rare variety. 

1851 Bright, uncirculated. 2 pieces. 

1851 Uncirculated, bronze color. 

1852 Red, very fine indeed. 

1852 Uncirculated. 

1857 Small date ; fine, scarce. 

1857 Large date ; uncirculated, rare. 

1856 Red, uncirculated. 2 pieces. 

1856 All very fine. 3 pieces. 

1855 Bright, uncirculated. 2 pieces. 

1855 All fine. 4 pieces. 

1793 No. 5 C. Vine and bars on edge ; very good, rare. 
1793 No. 7 E. Very good, nearly fine, rare. 


UNITED STATES FRACTIONAL CURRENCY. 


I %[, 1666 

4-0.667 
so 1668 

l V 1669 
jf 1670 
3o 1671 


All in perfect condition, unless otherwise stated. 

First Series. Postage currency ; perforated edges. 5, 
10, 25, 50 cents; very rare. 4 pieces. 

Second Series. Postage currency. 5, 10,25, 50 cents; 
rare. 4 pieces. 

Third Series. Picture of Washington, with gold ring 
surrounding ; no letters or figures on reverse, in 
corners: 5, 10, 25 cents; rare. 3 pieces. 

Third Series. Same ; but rev. has letters and figures. 
5, 10, 25, 50 cents ; scarce. 4 pieces. 

Third Series. Same ; on paper that may be split. 50 
cents ; trifle used, but fine, very rare. 

Fifth Series. Green backs, without Treasury seal. 3, 
5, 10, 25, 50 cents. 5 pieces. 


UNITED STATES FRACTIONAL CURRENCY. 


81 


1672 
, t0 1673 

1674 

^ 1675 
1676 

F 1677 

.10 1678 
to 1679 

33 1680 
V 1681 

1682 

1683 

i.l* 1684 

%S~ 1685 

3 1 1686 

3 t 1687 

> 1688 

^ 1689 

2 *' 1690 
^ 1691 


Fifth Series. Justice seated. 50 cents. 

Fifth Series. Same ; but with gilt letters on reverse ; 
coarse paper. 50 cents ; rare. 

Fifth Series. Head Spinner, with gilt letters and 
figures on rev. 50 cents ; scarce. 

Fifth Series. Head Spinner ; different reverse. 50 cents. 

Fifth Series. Washington ; portrait with dark back- 
ground. 3 cents ; very rare. 

Sixth Series. Justice seated. 50 cents ; red back, very 
rare. 

Sixth Series. Spinner. 50 cents ; red lack, very rare. 

Sixth Series. Washington. 10 cents; red back, very 
rare. 

Sixth Series. Clark. 5 cents ; red back, rare. 

Seventh Series. Justice seated. 50 cents; autographs 
Colby and Spinner ; red back, rare. 

Seventh Series. Spinner head. 50 cents ; autographs 
Colby and Spinner ; red back, rare. 

Seventh Series. Washington head. 10 cents ; auto- 
graphs Colby and Spinner ; red back, rare. 

Eighth Series. Head of Lincoln. 50 cents; heavy, 
water-marked paper. 

Eighth Series. Largest Treasury seal ; heavy, water- 
marked paper. 10, 15, 25 cents ; rare. 3 pieces. 

Eighth Series. Same ; fibrous, water-marked paper. 
10, 25 cents; scarce. 2 pieces. 

Ninth Series. Smaller Treasury seal ; paper with fibres 
principally at one end. 10, 15, 25 cents. 3 pieces. 

Ninth Series. Head of Stanton. 50 cents ; paper like 
the last. 

Tenth Series. Head of Meredith ; green seal. 10 cents ; 
rare. 

Eleventh Series. 10, 25 cents ; red seal. 2 pieces. 

Eleventh Series. 50 cents ; head of Crawford. Good 
lot for a dealer. 10 pieces. 


The following are proofs, — obverse and reverse on separate pieces. 

2 2- 1692 Postage Currency. 5, 10, 25, 50 cents. 4 pieces. 

If 1693 Washington, with gold ring. 5, 10, 25 cents; mounted 
on card board. 3 pieces. 

I f 1694 Washington. Portrait ; dark back-ground ; obv. only : 

very rare. 

b- 1695 Washington. 10 cents; greenback; mounted. 


8*2 


EARLY AMERICAN COINS, ETC. 


Sb 1696 
* 1697 

10 1698 


o' 1699 
S" 1700 

1701 

1702 
6 1703 

1704 

1705 
iv 1706 
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U> 1719 
b' 1720 
20 1721 
i(5 1722 
3 1 1723 
IU 1724 

k 1725 
^ 1726 
8-1 1727 


Head of Spinner. 50 cents ; autographs ; obverse only. 

Justice seated. 50 cents; autographs; obverse only; 
rare. 

Fessenden. 25 cents; red back; reverse only. 


EARLY AMERICAN COINS, Etc. 

References are to Crosby's Early Coins of America. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. No. 4 H; doubly struck, rare;. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. No. 32 A ; curious misstrike. 

1788 Connecticut Cent over a Nova Constellatio ; good, 
rare. 

1788 Connecticut Cent. No. 13 A; good, rare. 

1788 Connecticut Cent. No. 16 H, var. 3; good. 

1788 Connecticut Cent. No. 16 L; die broken; good. 

1786 New Jersey Cent. No. 4 D, var. 3; fine, rare. 

1721 Louisiana Cent, so called ; fair, scarce. 

1722 Same ; good, scarce. 

1722 Same; fair, scarce. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. 33 S ; fine, scarce. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. 33 S ; variety ; good, scarce. 
1787 Connecticut Cent. 33 T; good, nearly fine. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. 33 T ; fine. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. 38 L ; unc., very good, scarce. 

1788 Connecticut Cent. 12 F ; good, scarce. 

1785 Connecticut Cent ; good, scarce. 

1786 Connecticut Cent. No. 5 H; no points; fair, rare. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. 16 N; good, rare. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. 33 W; very good, scarce. 
1787 Connecticut Cent. 33 Z ; scarce. 

1787 Connecticut Cent ; good. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. 37 F; fair, scarce. 

1787 Connecticut Cent. 31 E ; fine. 

1787 Connecticut Cent ; barely circulated, rare variety. 

1788 Connecticut Cent; resembles No. 3 B; good, 
rare. 

1788 Connecticut Cent. 3 B; fair, scarce. 

1835 Half Cents ; all good. _ 3 pieces. 

1813 Cent; good, scarce. 


GOLD COINS, ETC. 


83 


ZiS 1728 


1729 


ZW 1730 

1731 

23io 1732 
1733 

3 .oo 1734 

1735 

1736 

W 1737 

UU 1738 

^.3o 1739 

I To 1740 
ifc 1741 
Of 1742 
ih 1743 

\ ,ox> 1744 

^,ori745 

Too 1746 
J3T1747 


GOLD COINS, Etc.. 

1849 Five Dollars, Mormon ; “ Holiness to the Lord ” ; 
good, now very rare. 

1853 California Double Eagle ; eagle standing ; “ United 
States of America, Twenty D ; rev., scroll work, 
and in four lines: “ United States assay of gold, San 
Francisco, California, 1853”; good, rare. 

1853 California Double Eagle : head with coronet in- 
scribed Moffat & Co. ; rev., similar to the regular 
double eagle of the United States ; fine, rare. 

1854 California Double Eagle ; resembles the last, but 
coronet inscribed Kellogg & Co. : rev., like the last : 
fine, rare. 

1855 California Double Eagle; Kellogg & Co. ; like No. 
1730, except the date ; fine, rare. 

1612 Ducat of the Belgic Confederation ; pierced, fair, 
rare. 

1761 Ducat of Maria Theresa ; fine, scarce. 

1794 Frederick d'Or ; very good, scarce. 

1810 Forty Lire of Napoleon, King of Italy; very fine, 
rare. 

1811 Forty Francs of Napoleon I., as Emperor of 
France ; fine, scarce. 

1815 Forty Lire ; head of Maria Lucia ; rev., shield, 
with the arms of Austria ; nearly proof, rare. 

1866 Ten Lire of the States of the Church ; nearly 
proof, rare. 

1877 Fi ve Marks of Prussia ; nearly proof. 

Double Dollar of Japan ; nearly proof, rare. 

Turkish Coins; dollar size. 2 pieces. 

Clump shaped Tetradrachm of Athens: bust; rev., an 
owl; A( h )E ; very fine, rare. 

Another Tetradrachm of Athens ; different owl ; very 
good, rare. 

Large, well spread Tetradrachm of Pergamus ; serpent 
escaping from the mystic chest ; rev., serpents ; fine, 
rare. 

Another Tetradrachm of Pergamus; like the last; a 
trifle less in diameter. 

1667 Sword Dollar of James VI., of Scotland; very 
good, nearly fine, rare. 


84 


GOLD COINS, ETC. 


1748 
v I 1749 


\ IS* 1750 

Ho 1751 
t| o 1752 
c,o 1753 
■-tit) 1754 
tjrl755 

UT 1756 

■Uo 1757 

so 1758 

S'o 1758a 
i|c 1759 

He 1760 

W 1761 
3s 1762 
1763 
& 1764 
p 1765 
|) 1766 
1767 

Ity, 1768 
Iv 1769 
10' 1770 
fc -|(A 1771 
'or 1772 
li 1773 
lo 1774 
]\o 1775 
l oi 1776 
b 1777 


1655 Commonwealth Half Crown ; appears to be plated; 
good, rare. 

1786 Crown of Franz Ludwig, Bishop, etc. ; bust; rev., 
angel, map, book, globe, etc.; splendid, fine as when 
struck. 

1788 Crown of Stanislaus Augustus, King of Poland; 
bust; rev., arms; good, rare. 

1808 Five Lire ; Napoleon, King of Italy; good. 

1810 The same; very good. 

1811 The same ; good. 

1811 Like the last; good. 

1824 Mexican Dollar; large, hook necked eagle; good, 
rare. 

1824 Mexican Dollar ; resembles the last ; large, hook 
necked eagle, but from different dies ; good, rare. 

1836 Flying Eagle Pattern U. S. Dollar ; has been a 
proof ; a trifle injured, still very good and desirable. 

1838 Peruvian Dollar; Cuzco; rev., volcano, castle, 
etc. ; good. 

1850 Bolivian Dollar; head of Bolivar ; fine. 

1852 Two and a half Gulden of William III., of the 
Netherlands; very fine indeed. 

1860 Two Francs; Norodom I., King of Cambodia; 
splendid proof, extremely rare. 

1868 Hong Kong Dollar; good, scarce. 

1876 Two Marks of Prussia; fine. 

1866 Half Dollar; without the motto; fair, scarce. 

1866 Half Dollar ; like the last. 

Dollar of the Republic of Hayti ; silver, very fine, rare. 

1805 Dimes ; poor, scarce. 2 pieces. 

1807 Dime ; weak impression ; little circulated, fine for 
this date, rare. 

1821, ’27, ’29, ’30 Dimes ; fair. 8 pieces. 

1831, ’32, ’33, ’34, ’35, ’36 Dimes; good lot. 16 pieces. 

1838 Dimes ; Liberty seated ; without stars ; scarce. 6 ps. 

1839, ’47, ’49, ’50 Dimes ; good lot. 6 pieces. 

1853 Dime; no arrows; fair, rare. 

1856 Dime ; large date ; fair, scarce. 

1858 Dime ; good. 

1795 Half Dime ; good, scarce. 

1800 Half Dime ; a trifle bruised, nearly fine, rare. 

1835, ’37, ’73 Half Dimes; the last a proof. 4 pieces. 


SOME FINE AND EAKE PIECES. 


85 


5 ik, 17T8 


lie 1779 


I OL 1780 
Su 1781 


15 1782 


52- 1783 

1784 
2- 1785 
4- 1786 
^ 1787 

(L ^ 1788 
1789 
lb 1790 

^ 1791 
' 1792 
•5 1798 
1794 

^ 1795 
So 1796 


Silver Dollar ; struck by the merchants of the silver 

* mining region of California, many years ago, to re- 
lieve the scarcity of a circulating medium ; disk 
shaped; obv. stamped “0. A. $ 1 ” ; rev., 835; fine, 
extremely rare, and said to be unique. Very interest- 
ing, as illustrating the early days of California. 

Two Dollar piece ; same as the last in design and in 
general appearance; obv., “ C. H. A. $2 ”; rev., 167, 
proba'bly intended for 1670, and indicating its weight 
as double that of the preceding ; equally fine, and 
rare. 

1860 Ten Centimes of Norodom I., King of Cambodia; 
splendid copper proof, rare. 

Silver Badge of the St. Bridget T. A. Benefit Society, 
of San Francisco ; in form of a Greek cross, with 
clasp, and broad, gilt fringed ribbon ; very fine. 

Massive Silver Badge of the I. A. B. S. ; angel, harp, 
flowers, etc. ; very fine. 


SOME FINE AND RARE PIECES. 

Tom Tackle is rich ; rev., Tom Tackle is poor ; good, 
scarce. 

Five Baiocchi, 1849 ; Rep. of Rome ; very fine, scarce. 

Lady Godiva Half-penny. 

Bermuda Half-penny, 1793. 

Cardinal Wolsey Penny; bust; rev., a gate; bronze, 
proof, rare. 

Moorish Coins ; large, fine. 2 pieces. 

Barbadoes Penny, 1792 ; Neptune in his car ; fair, scarce. 

Isle of Man Half-penny, 1831. From the Clay collec- 
tion. 

Victoria Penny and Half-penny, 1853, ’54; uncircul’d. 

George III. Penny, 1806 ; both good. 2 pieces. 

Howel Works Garden Token ; a rose ; fine. 

Macuta ; large Portuguese coin, 1763 ; counterstamped ; 
fine, scarce. 

Copper Coin of Bolivia; half dollar size ; fine, rare. 

Card of E. D. Kinsey, Cincinnati ; rev., Crystal Palace, 
London ; copper, very fine, rare. 

Card of W. A. Thompson, Buffalo ; tea kettle and an- 
vil ; copper, fine, rare. Size 20. 


2-1-1797 


86 


SOME FINE AND RARE PIECES. 


\srl793 
4. S’ 1799 
^0 1800 
S'o 1801 

1802 

1803 

a 0 1804 
1805 
3 C 1306 


b$"l807 

1808 

1809 

1810 
1^0 1811 
IT 1812 

r isle 

10. 1814 
10 1815 


Card of A. W. Idardie ; “ Naked, and ye clothed me" ; 
brass, fine, rare. 20. 

Card of Barnett's Foundry, McWharter St., Newark, 
N. J. ; iron, fine, extremely rare. 22. 

Card of Risley and McCollum’s Hippodrome, New York ; 
fine, and very rare. 20. 

Card; “186 Lake St., Chicago, 111.”; rev., “Importers 
and Jobbers of fancy and staple dry goods, 83 Cedar 
St., New York”; copper, fine, and I think unique. 

Drake’s Plantation Bitters ; rev., Postage stamp ; fine, 
rare. 

Card of Geo. PI. Lovett, medal die sinker, New York; 
rev., The Antiquary; copper, proof. This card, from 
the Emery collection, is known to be unique. 

Durfee's Indian Token for 50 cents ; steamboat reverse ; 
copper, splendid proof, very rare. 

Durfee’s Indian Token; 25 cents ; buffalo running; 
copper, splendid proof, very rare. 

A full set of the Peter Schuttler’s Wagon Cards, com- 
prising the cards of the manufacturer and of his 
several agents : Dodd & Co., Portland, Oregon ; M. 
C. Hanley & Co., San P’ran cisco ; J. J. Maxey, Den- 
ver, Col.; T. G. Carson, Iowa City; Byers Brothers, 
Sherman, Texas; Herman Haas, Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter.; 
Smith & Keating, Kanzas City, Mo. All of these 
cards are in splendid, nearly or quite proof condition, 
obtained from the maker, and the only set I ever saw. 
I believe they are not all contained in any one col- 
lection, and that another set cannot be bought; cop- 
per, gilt. 8 pieces. Size 20. 

Felt’s Indian Token ; a deer running ; brass, proof, very 
rare. 24. 

Same as the last ; equally fine and rare. Size 20. 

Pilgrim Jubilee Memorial Medal, 1870; splendid cop- 
per proof. 23. 

Belleville Token ; a bull; “A friend to the Constitu- 
tion ” ; rev., a ship ; rare. 

Belleville Token ; obv. like- the last; rev., bouquet ; W. 
Gibbs, Agriculturist, New York ; good, very rare. 

Belleville Token; T. Duseman, Butcher; good, rare. 

S. Heath, Ro} r al Colosseum ; copper, fine, rare. 

Liberia Cent, 1847 ; pierced, good, scarce. 

Eagle standing; rev., Lexington-Baltimore ; copper, 
proof. 18. 


SOME FINE AND RARE PIECES. 


87 


2.7 1816 
2- 1817 

2- 1818 
12- 1819 

1820 
-3 1821 
3 b 1822 
ip 1823 

1824 
/r 1825 

2-b 1826 

*0 1827 

11 1828 

0 1829 
11- 1830 

v3 1831 
1832 


3,Co 1833 


2U 1834 
A 1835 
'A 1836 

'A 1837 


Sarawak Quarter Cent of Rajah Brooke ; copper, proof, 
rare. 

Un Sou ; varieties; all line. 3 pieces. 

Manchester Half-penny; fine. 

Coin of Siam ; elephant ; rev., three umbrellas ; pewter, 
line, rare. 

One Tical of Siam ; silver bullet money ; fine, rare. 

One Tical ; same as the last ; equally line. 

Two Francs, 1870. Republic of France ; veiy fine. 

Two Zlot. Russian coin for Poland, 1831 ; silver, very 
hue. 

Twenty-five Cents; Canada; nearly proof. 

Medal of Fried. Aug. II., Saxony; silver, nearly proof. 

Dos Reales. New Grenada, 1848; silver, fine, scarce. 

Square Siege piece, 1625; “Breda obsessa'’; silver, 
good, rare. 

Real of Ferd. VII., 1808; rev., “Inter suspiria fides” ; 
pierced, fine, scarce. 

U11 Centavo. Venezuela, 1876; fine. 

Un Centavo. Repub. of Dominica, 1877 ; brass, proof, 
scarce. * 

Nickel Coins ; a fine selection. 8 pieces. 

Tetradrachm of Macedonia; head facing right; rev., 
various instruments; AESILLAS ; very good, rare. 

Half Dollar, 1747 ; copper, plate money of Sweden ; 4| 
by 3^ inches; fine, and very rare. 

One Sol, 1793. Siege piece; cast, fine, rare. 

Currency of the Rebellion ; copper. 25 pieces. 

Lot of Coins ; all good, many fine ; a good selection ; 
all different. 34 pieces. 

Another lot ; not so good ; contains some of the Politi- 
cal tokens of 1837. 35 pieces. 


CENTS. 


A 25 ” 1838 
TV 1839 
|^1840 


1793 Flowing hair ; rev., chain ; bars and vine on the 
edge ; fine, and very rare. 

1793 Flowing hair; rev., wreath, bars and vine ; fine, 
only a little circulated, very rare. 

1793 F. 7, Crosby’s list; very fine, barely circulated, 

very rare. 


88 


CENTS. 


$£ 1841 
£3 1842 
3.6 1844 


2-o 1845 
to 1846 
IS 1847 
6' 1848 
3T 1849 
zjT 1850 
8 1851 
ioo 1852 

C 1853 
n 1854 
id 1855 
1856 
18 1857 
IX 1858 
IU 1859 

U-%7 1860 


3 1861 
7 1862 
S' 1863 
5 1 1864 
tt 1865 
1 5' 1866 
6, 1867 
\\ 1868 
2oo 1869 
1870 
v 1871 
SV1872 
1^1873 
It 1874 
X 1875 
1876 
3b 1877 


1793 Flowing hair; poor. 

1793 Flowing hair; about like the last. 

1794 Dark color, and surface a little rough, but only a 
trifle circulated. 

1794 Not like either of the preceding; good. 

1795 Thin ; One Cent high in wreath ; good. 

1795 Thin; One Cent in centre ; fair. 

1796 Liberty cap; poor, scarce. 

1797 Dark, but very good. 

1797 Dark, but only a little circulated. 

1798 Very good, scarce. 

1799 over 1798 From the Pecker collection; fine, and 
genuineness guaranteed ; extremely rare. 

1800 over 1799 Fair. 

1802 Fine. 

1802 Broken die ; fine. 

1802 Not like either of the preceding ; fine. 

1803 Fine. 

1803 Variety; fine. 

1804 Perfect die ; has been pierced and plugged ; only 
fair, very rare. 

1804 From the Bowdoin collection ; has been bruised 
and tooled, but is still an excellent example of this 
date ; broken die, rare. 

1806 Poor, scarce. 2 pieces. 

1807 Dark color, very good, scarce. 

1808 About like the last. 

1809 Barely fair for date, rare. 

1810 Very good, nearly fine for date. 

1810 Fine, but of dark color. 

1810 Another, nearly as good. 

1812 Dark, but nearly fine, scarce. 

1813 Handsome color, and very fine, rare. 

1813 Barely circulated, fine, dark bronze color, rare. 

1814 Varieties; fair. 2 pieces. 

1816 Perfect die ; fine, scarce. 

1817 Fifteen stars ; fair, scarce. 

1817 Perfect die ; steel color, fine. 

1817 Perfect die; very good. 

1818 Bright, uncirculated, scarce. 

1818 Another, equally fine, scarce. 


i 


5o 1877a 
L 1878 
3^ 1879 
V 1880 
ti 1881 
K 1882 
Sx 1883 
3o 1884 

M* 1885 
M 1-886 
is 1887 

Oc 1888 

h 1889 
■D 1890 

4) 1891 

s- 1802 
3 1893 
5V 1894 
^ 1895 

U 1896 
Sb 1897 
3 1898 
V' 1899 
W 1900 
is- 1901 
1902 
3o 1903 
Or 1904 

it- 1905 
Jr 1906 
3 1907 
fe> 1908 
3 d 1909 
pr 1 9io 
2-0 1911 
2- 1912 


CENTS. 89 

1818 Perfect die; light bronze, very fine. 

1819 Large date ; fine. 

1819 Small date ; uncirculated, scarce. 

1819 Small date; bright red, uncirculated. 

1820 Uncirculated, very fine, scarce. 

1820 Uncirculated, very fine, nearly proof surface. 

1820 Splendid, uncirculated,, bright red, rare. 

1822 Very good: weak impression, but only a little 
circulated, scarce. 

1822 Very fine indeed, uncirculated, rare. 

1823 Original; unusually good, scarce. + 

1824 Seldom found so good, rare in fine condition. 

1826 Very fine, smooth handsome surface, scarce. 

1826 Good impression, only a trifle circulated. 

1827 Bold impression ; uncirculated, with very fine sur- 
face ; in such condition rare. 

1827 Impression fully as good, and quality about equal 
to the last ; rare. 

1828 Good. 

1829 Fair. 

1830 Barely circulated, very fine. 

1831 Good impression ; only a trifle circulated ; obverse 
surface nearly proof. 

1831 Dark color, fine. 

1833 Barely touched by circulation, if at all ; rare. 

1834 Fine ; and another fair. 2 pieces. 

1835 Uncirculated, fine color and surface. 

1836 Fine, barely circulated. 

1837 Splendid, light bronze proof, very rare. 

1837 Fine color, only a trifle circulated. 

1838 Red color, very fine, scarce. 

1838 Only marked by cabinet friction, has not been 
circulated. 

1839 Silly head ; good, scarce. 

1839 Head of 1838 ; fair. 

1840 Large and small date ; good. 2 pieces. 

1841 Small date; very good, nearly fine. 

1842 Fine. 

1843 Uncirculated, scarce. 

1844 Unworn, very fine. 

1845 Good. 


90 


CENTS — H ALE CENTS. 


\S- 1913 
1914 
5 1915 
\\ 1916 
13 1917 
ic 1918 
\\ 1919 
10 1920 
S’ 1921 
'1 1922 
1923 
i* 1924 
Uf 1925 
13 1926 
1927 
5 1928 
18 1929 
£b 1930 
£.£"1931 


If; 3"1 932 

S\ 1933 

k 1934 
1935 
15 1936 
L> 1937 
k 1938 
di 1939 
lo 1940 
35 1941 
U 1942 
4 1943 
L 1944 
S' 1945 


1816 Very fine indeed, sharp impression, fine surface. 
1847 Red, very fine. 

1847 Fine. 

1848 Light red, very fine. 

1848 Uncirculated. 2 pieces. 

1850 Fine impression, uncirculated. 

1851 Fine. 

1852 Fine. 

1852 Very fine indeed. 

1853 Bright, uncirculated. 

1853 Splendid, uncirculated, sharp. 

1854 Uncirculated, red. 

1855 Splendid, obv. has proof surface. 

1855 Uncirculated, red. 

1 855 Another splendid specimen, equal to proof. 

1856 Fine. 

1857 Large date, good, scarce. 

1857 Small date, fine, scarce. 

1857 Large date, fine, scarce. 


HALF CENTS. 

1795 Thick planchet, lettered edge; scarcely rubbed, 
very fine, rare.. 

1795 Thin; nearly fine ; last figure in date not plain, 
rare. 

1797 P oor, Hcarce. 

1804, '01 Fair. 2 pieces. 

1806 Good, nearly fine. 

1808 Poor. 

1809 Fair. 

1810 Good, very scarce. 

1810 About the same, scarce. 

1811 Poor, rare. 

1832 Very good. 

1833 Very good, almost fine. 

1834 Very fine dark bronze.. 

1835 Very fine indeed. 


t 


S' 1946 
1947 
w 1948 
l** 1949 
' i So 1950 
A 1951 
0 1952 
«*- 1953 
1954 
6 1955 
i* 1956 
*-» 1957 


too 1958 


i ko 1959 
Vs 1960 
H-fit 1961 
*>SA962 
MS 1963 
l.io 1964 
1ST 1965 
) on 966 
1&T1967 
tio 1968 

]o 1968a 
i :r I960 
icT 1970 
1ST 1971 


3 \ o 1972 
1.00 1973 
Vc 1974 
U 1975 


DOLLARS — HALF DOLLARS. 91 

1835 Uncirculated. 

1841 Splendid proof, excessively rare. 

1842 Sple7idid proof, extremely rare. 

1843 Splendid proof, extremely rare. 

1846 Splendid proof, extremely rare. 

1849 Good. 

1850 Fair. 

1851 Fine. 

1854 Very fine, nearly proof impression. 

1855 Very good. 

1857 Bright, uncirculated, rare. 

1857 Uncirculated, scarce. 

DOLLARS. 

1795 Splendid, uncirculated ; the hair and beak of the 
eagle barely touched ; one of the finest dollars of the 
date that I have seen ; in such condition rare. 

1795 Very good, scarce. 

1801 Very fine, hair a trifle rubbed, fine surface, scarce. 

1802 over 1801 Uncirculated, brilliant, rare. 

1803 Fine, only a little circulated, scarce. 

1841 Very fine. 

1841 Very good. 

1843 Very good. 

1843 Fine. 

1846 Fine, polished, nearly proof surface. 

1847 Brilliant, nearly as fine as proof, a trifle hay 
marked. 

1850 Orleans mint ; fine, scarce. 

1860 Uncirculated. 

1872 Fine as proof, slight pin marks. 

1880 Trade Dollar; splendid proof. 


HALF DOLLARS. 

1794 Considerably worn, rare. 
1801 Fair, rare. 

1806 Pointed 6; .good. 

1810 Brilliant. 


92 


HALF DOLLARS. 


50 1976 
is 1977 
56 1978 
U 1979 

51 1980 
To 1981 
bl 1982 
sr 1983 
5V 1984 
U 1985 

1986 
fr. 1987 
S'*. 1988 
• /t 1989 
& 1990 
6'j 1991 
1992 
LT 1993 
ft- 1994 
Go 1995 
fi 1996 
frS 1997 

iV 199.8 
U 1999 

St 2000 

$V 2001 
5 A 2002 

2003 

2004 
L-t. 2005 
5: 2006 
ff 2007 
ff 2008 
p "2009 

it-fo 2010 

Uf 2011 
■Si 2012 
£Y 2013 
{b 2014 


1811 Fine. 

1812 Uncirculated. 

1813 Fine. 

1818 over 1817 Fine, scarce. 

1818 Plain date ; good. 

1820 Very good. 

1822 Brilliant. 

1823 Very good. 

1824 Fine. 

1825 Very good. 

1826 Brilliant. 

1828 Good. 

1829 Splendid. 

1829 Very tine. 

1831 Very fine. 

1833 Very tine. 

1834 Small date ; brilliant, almost or quite proof, rare. 

1835 Fine. 

1836 Very good. 

1836 Lettered edge ; brilliant. 

1836 Same variety ; splendid impression. 

1836 Milled edge ; very tine indeed, barely touched by 
circulation, rare. 

1838 Very good. 

1839 Liberty seated ; good. 

1840 Very good. 

1843 Orleans mint; very good. 

1844 Orleans "mint ; nearly fine. 

1845 Orleans mint; very fine. 

1846 Fine. 

1847 Orleans mint ; very tine. 

1848 Orleans mint ; fine. 

1849 Orleans mint; very good. 

1850 Orleans mint; fi ne, scarce. 

1851 Orleans mint; very good, rare. 

1852 Philadelphia mint ; good, very rare. 

1854 Orleans mint ; m m small O ; very fine indeed. 

1854 Orleans mint ; m m large O ; good. 

1855 Orleans mint; uncirculated. 

1856 Orleans mint ; uncirculated. 


QUARTER DOLLARS. 


93 


5> 2015 1857 Orleans mint; very fine. 

-7a- 2016 1858 Orleans mint; very fine. 

R 2017 1859 Orleans mint ; splendid. 

2018 1860 Orleans mint ; very fine. 

A- 2019 1861 Orleans mint; nearly proof. 

2020 1875 San F rancisco mint ; uncirculated. 

A- 2021 1876 Carson City mint; nearly proof. 

■A- 2022 1876 Philadelphia mint ; nearly proof. 

2023 1878 Brilliant. 

QUARTER DOLLARS. 

33 2024 1806 Good for date, scarce. 

3' 2025 1807 Poor, scarce. 

2026 1815 Poor. 

2027 1818 Fine. 

f 2028 1818 Very good. 

3" 2029 1819 Very good, scarce. 

3> 2030 1820 Fair, scarce. 

$c> 2031 1821 Good, scarce. 

T 2032 1822 Good, scarce. 

R 2033 1831 Fine. 

H 2034 1834, '35 Very good. 2 pieces. 

SL 2035 1835 Very fine. 

Jj 2036 1837 Splendid. 
if 2037 ' 1838 Very good. 
if 2038 1853 Very fine. 

if 2039 1854 Very fine. 
f 2040 1856 Very fine. 
jV 2041 1857 Very fine. 

nj 2042 1858 Uncirculated. 

2043 1859 Very fine. 
iX 2044 1861 Uncirculated. 

•Tu 2045 1862 Splendid proof. 

iL 2046 1873 One fine ; one splendid. 2 pieces. 

t'j 2047 1876 Fine as proof, 

ih 2048 1877 Brilliant. 

Vu 2049 1879 Splendid proof. 

So 2050 1879 Uncirculated, splendid, rarer than proof. 

2051 187*2) Twenty Cents; uncirculated, scarce. 


94 


DIMES. 


2-cjc 2052 

\ 02. 2058 

U 2054 
it 2055 
vC 2056 
(0 2057 
3\ 2058 
2059 
U 2060 
ll 2061 
\\ 2062 
\i 2063 
I \ 2064 
2065 
ST 2066 

II 2067 
2068 
II 2069 
iio 2070 
’ll 2071 
if 2072 
II 2073 
U 2074 
II 2075 
[\ 2076 
|l 2077 
II 2078 
2079 

H 2080 

?.u> 2081 
2082 
M 2083 
m 2084 
!•) 2085 


DIMES. 

1796 Barely circulated; pierced and filled back of the 
head ; rare. 

1803 .Planchet thin at one edge, and impression on that 
account light ; considerably worn, date perfect, rare. 
1805 Very good, fine for date, rare. 

1814 Good, scarce. 

1820 Fair. 

1821 Large date ; very good. 

1823 Very good, fine for date*. 

1827 Very good, impression weak, but a trifle worn. 
1829 Very good. 

1831 Very fine. 

1834 Fine, a little circulated. 

1835 Very fine. 

1836 Fine. 

1837 Liberty seated ; very fine. 

1838 Liberty seated; without stars; seldom found so 
fine, rare. 

1839 Fine. 

1844 Fair, scarce. 

1845 Only fair. 

1846 Very good, rare. 

1850 Very fine. 

1852 Orleans mint ; fair. 

1852 Philadelphia mint ; good. 

1853 No arrows; good, .scarce. 

1853 With arrows; fine. 

1856 Good. 

1857 Very good. 

1857 Orleans mint ; uncirculated. 

1858 Philadelphia, and Orleans mints; fine. 2 pieces. 

1859 Fine. 

1860 Uncirculated. 

1862 Tarnished proof. 

1872, ’73 Uncirculated. 3 pieces. 

1876, ’77 Uncirculated. 2 pieces. 

1879 Ptooc. 


HALF DIMES — MINOR COINAGE. 


95 


'o 2086 

- 2087 

tf-2088 

x 2089 
i 2090 
d 2091 
] 2092 
4 2098 
^ 2091 
S' 2095 

0 2096 

1 2097 
'■'$ 2098 

0. 2099 
c 2100 
1^2101 

1, 2102 

A 2108 


*] 2104 
\ 2105 

 2115 


HALF DIMES. 

1795 Uncirculated, plan, diet a little streaked, rare. 
1795 Some pierced, good to poor ; desirable lot fora 
dealer. 6 pieces. 

1797 Fifteen stars; considerably worn, but all parts 
distinct; rev. better than obv., rare. 

1797 Fine, only a trifle circulated, very rare. 

1800 Somewhat circulated, still very good for date, rare. 
1800 Better than the last, almost fine, rare. 

1829 Sharp impression, very fine. 

1831 Splendid, nearly proof. 

1831 Fine as the last, brilliant. 

1832 Very fine. 

1834 Uncirculated, very fine. 

1837 Head of Liberty ; very fine. 

1837 Liberty seated ; very fine. 

1<838, ’40, '43, ’44, ’45, ’51 Various mints ; all good. 8 ps. 
1853 No arrows; good, scarce. 

1853, ’54, ’55, ’56 Various mints; all fine. 5 pieces. • 
1857, ’58, ’59, ’60, ’61. Philad. and Orleans mints ; all 
fine. 8 pieces. 

1862, ’70, ’71, ’72 All uncirculated. 4 pieces. 


MINOR COINAGE. 

1867 Five Cents, Nickel ; uncirculated. 

1868 Five Cents, Nickel; uncirculated. 

1872 Five Cents, Nickel ; uncirculated. 

1873 Five Cents, Nickel ; splendid proof. 

1875 Five Cents, Nickel; splendid proof. 

1876 Five Cents, Nickel ; splendid proof. 

1865 Three Cents, Nickel ; uncirculated. 

1872 Three Cents, Nickel ; uncirculated. 

1873 Three Cents, Nickel; splendid proof. 

1875 Three Cents, Nickel ; splendid proof. 

1876 Three Cents, Nickel; splendid proof. 

1856 Cent, Nickel; edge of reverse slightly imperfect; 
splendid proof, rare. 


96 


MINOR COINAGE. 


bS 2116 

5 2117 
% 2118 
3 2119 
3 2120 
3 2121 

6 2122 
3 2123 
3 2124 
6 2125 
3 2126 
3 2127 

3 2128 

6 2129 
b 2130 
8 2131 
if 2132 
2133 

10 2134 
3b 2135 
3b 2136 
i 2137 
S 2138 
U> 2139 

S 2140 
\S 2141 
3 2142 
o-i- 2143 
13 2144 
\\ 2145 

1 1 2146 
2147 

U. 2148 
1% 2149 
S'o 2150 
ST o 2151 

fS 2152 
i,4D 2153 


1856 Cent, Nickel ; good ; not warranted as to date, — 
appears genuine ; rare. 

1857 Cent, Nickel ; uncirculated. 

1858 Cent, Nickel : uncirculated. 

1859 Cent, Nickel ; uncirculated, nearly proof. 

1860 Cent, Nickel; uncirculated. 

1861 Cent, Nickel ; uncirculated. 

1862 Cent, Nickel ; uncirculated, nearly proof. 

1863 Cent, Nickel ; uncirculated. 

1864 Cent, Nickel ; uncirculated. 

1864 Cent, Bronze ; uncirculated. 

1865 Cent, Bronze; uncirculated. 

1867 Cent, Bronze ; uncirculated. 

1867 Cent, Bronze ; uncirculated. 

1872 Cent, Bronze ; uncirculated. 

1876 Cent, Bronze; splendid proof. 

1879 Cent, Bronze; splendid proof. 

1880 Cent, Bronze ; splendid proof. 

1864 Two Cents; uncirculated. 

1865 Two Cents; uncirculated. 

1868 Two Cents; uncirculated. 

1869 Two Cents ; uncirculated. 

1870, ’71 Two Cents ; fine. 2 pieces. 

1851 Three Cents, Silver ; Orleans mint, fine, rare. 

1851 Three Cents, Silver; fine. 

1852 Three Cents, Silver ; good. 

1853 Three Cents, Silver; fine. 

1854 Three Cents, Silver; very good, rare. 

1855 Three Cents, Silver ; very fine, rare. 

1857 Three Cents, Silver; very good. 

1858 Three Cents, Silver; very good. 

1859 Three Cents, Silver ; fine. 

1860 Three Cents, Silver ; uncirculated. 

1862 Three Cents, Silver; uncirculated, nearly proof. 

1875 Proof set. 1, 3, 5 Cents; scarce. 

1876 Proof set. 1, 3, 5 Cents; scarce. 

1879 Splendid proof set. Standard Dollar, etc. ; scarce. 
7 pieces. 

1880 Splendid proof set. Standard Dollar, etc. 7 pcs. 
1880 Trade Dollar; splendid proof ’. 


COIN CATALOGUES, AUCTION SALES, ETC. 


97 


COIN CATALOGUES, AUCTION SALES, Etc. 

All the following Catalogues are in fine condition, unless otherwise 
stated. They are all priced, mostly in ink, a large part in red. The 
word collection may be understood after all names, except those of 
auctioneers. 

3"t> 2154 1859 Bangs, Merwin & Co., New York, Dec. 15. 

7 -S 2156 1860 Addenda to Groh’s Sale, N. York, Feb. 29 ; rare. 

2157 1860 Edward Cogan, Philadelphia, Oct. 18,19; scarce. 

2158 1861 W. Elliot Woodward, Boston, Jan. 8 ; scarce. 

5 2159 1862 W. A. Lilliendahl, N. Y., May 26-28; printed 

prices. 

6 2160 1863 Benjamin Haines, New York, Jan. 19-23. 

2161 1863 Henry A. Smith, New York, May 21-26. 

5" 2162 1863 Jeremiah Colburn, N. York, Oct. 20-21; printed 

prices. 

0 2162a 1863 W. E. Woodward, third semi-annual, N. Y., Oct. 

20-24 ; printed prices, scarce. 

i- 2163 1864 W. E. Woodward, Addenda, N. Y., May 21 ; rare. 

ia 2164 1864 W. E. Woodward, sale C. W. Betts’ Coll., May 

21 ; fabrications, etc. ; rare and valuable. 

; ° 2165 1864 W. E. Woodward, 5th semi-annual, N. Y., Oct. 

18-22 ; with announcement ; rare. 

' 2166 1865 Dr. J. R. Chilton, New York, March 13-17. 

s 2167 1865 Addenda to last, N. Y., March 13 ; rare. 

■*- 2168 1865 Edward Cogan, New York, June 29; rare. 

2169 1865 S. LI. Chadbourne, Boston, July 12; rare. 

^2170 1866 Henry M. Brooks, Boston, Dec. 18; scarce. 

>t> 2171 1866 Jenks & Paine, New York, Dec. 10-12; one of 

the rarest of my series of Catalogues. W. 

1 2172 1868 Leonard & Co., Boston, May 13; rare. 

i 2173 1869 Mason & Co., Philadelphia, Dec. 21; scarce. 

\ 2174 1870 Mason & Co., New York, June 17 ; scarce. 

- 21/5 1871 Cogan & Halliwell, N. Y., June 16 ; rare. 

c 2176 1871 A. Sandham, New York, April 3-5 ; rare. 

' 2177 1871 Benjamin Betts, New York, June 1, 2; scarce. 

2178 1871 Mason & Co., New York, Sept. 5, 6; scarce. 

2179 1872 Paper Money, New York, Jan. 31 ; scarce. 

2180 1873 S. W. Chubb uck, N. Y., Feb. 25-28; scarce. 

2181 1873 Alex. Balmanno, New York, April 9. 


98 

H 2182 

It 2188 

H 2184 
WV 2185 
\$ 2186 
& 2187 
,fr 2188 

\C 2189 
pf 2190 

A 2191 
U. 2192 
M 2193 
n 2194 
55 2195 
I (r 2196 
ID 2197 
S' 2198 
it 2199 
lo 2200 
\ o 2201 
l\ 2202 
I 2203 
1 0. 2204 
l- 2205 
5i 2206 
8 2207 
\\ 2208 
\\ 2209 

10 2210 
*uV 2211 

U 2212 
\l 2213 
\ 1 2214 
\\ 2215 
hi 2216 

11 2217 
l? 2218 
•j 2219 


COIN CATALOGUES, AUCTION SALES, ETC. 

1873 Isaac F. Wood, N. Y., May 19-21; scarce. 

1873 Edward Cogan, New York, June 9-11. 

1873 Parmelee & Seavey, N. Y., June 18-20. 

1874 Daniel E. Groux, New York, April 7-9. 

1874 James Parker, N. Y., May 5-8. 

1874 E. Harrison Sanford, N. Y., Nov. 27: 

1874 Charles D. Lathrop, New York, Dec. 13-15 ; copy 
on extra tinted paper ; only a very few printed. 

1874 W. E. Woodward, 18th sale, N. Y., Feb. 23-26. 

1874 Addenda, New York, Dec. 14 ; not mentioned by 
Attinelli. 

1875 The Widow Lady, N. Y., Jan. 25-28; rare. 

1875 Edward Cogan, New York, March 1, 2. 

1875 Col. M. 1. Cohen, N. Y., Oct. 25-29. 

1876 Col. Jewett, New York, Jan. 24-28. 

1876 Centennial, No. 3, Philadelphia, May 16. 

1876 C. Chaplin, Boston, June 28, 29; scarce. 

1876 J. W. Haseltine, New York, June 8, 9. 

1876 Edward Cogan, New York, June 29, 30. 

1876 Francis Lepere, N. Y., July 17, 18. 

1876 G. M. Sellen, et al., N. Y., Sept. 6-8. 

1876 Havana and Plaines, N. Y., Oct. 17-20. 

1876 Henry S. Adams, N. Y., Oct. 30-Nov. 1. 

1876 Henry S. Adams, N. Y., Oct. 30-Nov. 1. 

1876 Centennial, No. 7, Philad., Nov. 6-8. 

1876 Edward Cogan, New York, Dec. 18, 19. 

1877 Anderson-Stenz-Cram, N. Y., Nov. 8, 9. 

1877 Edward Cogan, N. Y., April 12, 13. 

1877 Edward Cogan, N. Y., May 17-18. 

1877 Edward Cogan, N. Y., June 28, 29. 

1877 Edward Cogan, N. Y., Sept. 17, 18. 

1877 Scott & Co., New York, Oct. 23, 24. 

1877 Dr. Grotefend, New York, Oct. 25, 26. 

1877 Edward Cogan, New York, Nov. 7, 8, 9. 

1877 Scott & Co., New York, Dec. 5-7. 

1877 Edward Cogan, N. Y., Dec. 20, 21. 

1878 C. W. Idell, New York, Jan. 8, 9; scarce. 

1878 A. Redlich, New York, March 4-6. 

1878 Edward Cogan, New York, May 6-9. 

1878 T. R. Strobridge, New'York, June 17-19. 


COIN CATALOGUES, AUCTION SALES, ETC. 


99 


S' 2220 1878 L. Saalfelder, New York, July 30, 31. 

(* 2221 1878 H. E. Jones, New York, Oct. 10. 

o 2222 1878 J. J. Miekley, Philadelphia, Nov. 5, 6. 

0 2223 1878 S. Iv. Harzfeld, New York, Dec. 7. 

(r 2224 1878 Scott & Co., New York, Dec. 1, 2. 

S' 2225 1878 James E. Root, New York, Dec. 16-18. 

S' 2226 1879 Geo. W. Merritt, New York, Jan. 3. 

71 2227 1879 J. J. Miekley, New York, Jan. 31. 

o 2228 1879 Edward Cogan, New York, Feb. 28. 

h 2229 1879 S. B. Sehieffelin, New York, March 3-7. 

2230 1879 S. K. Harzfeld, New York, March 14. 

- 2231 1879 C. F. Bechtel, Paper money, N. Y., March 25. 

0 2232 1879 C. E. Fraser, New York, March 27. 

2233 1879 Scott & Co., New York, March 27. 

1 2234 1879 Jonas Adler, Pittsburgh, April 30. 

1 1 2235 1879 Michael Moore, New York, May 1, 2. 

, o 2236 1879 Lyman Wilder, New York, May 21-24. 

S 2237 1879 W. A. Baker, Stone Implements, N. Y., May 26. 

(c 2238 1879 T. R. Strobridge, N. Y, May 27. 

", 2239 1779 Edward Cogan, New York, May 29. 

(r 2240 1879 Ed. Frossard, New York, June 13, 14. 

'i 2241 1879 Edward Cogan, N. Y., June 20. 

1 1 2242 1879 F. J. Kirk, Pittsburgh, June 27 ; rare. 

U 2243 1879 Alfred Watkins, New York, Sept. 4. 

5' 2244 1879 S. K. Harzfeld, New York, Sept. 11, 12. 

It 2245 1879 Ed. Frossard, New York, Sept. 26. 

A 2246 1879 S. H. & H. Chapman, N. Y., Oct. 9. 

L 2247 1879 Syrian Collection, N. Y., Oct. 14. 

-S 2248 1879 A. J. Rogers, Pittsburgh, Oct. 16; rare. 

A 2249 1879 J. W. Haseltine, New York, Oct. 22, 23. 

A 2250 1879 Noel Gray, New York, Oct. 27, 28. 

A 2251 1879 Charles E. Anthon, New York, Nov. 17, 18. 

*5 2252 1879 J. W. Haseltine, New York, Nov. 28, 29. 

A 2253 1879 T. W. Riley, N. Y., Dec. 1-3. 

L 2254 1879 Scott & Co., N. Y., Dec. 15. 

0 2255 1879 S. F. Morgan, Pittsburgh, Dec. 23; rare, 

i- 2256 1879 S. K. Harzfeld, Philadelphia, Dec. 30. 

\ 2257 1880 Smith & Sampson, New York, Jan. 17 ; scarce. 

1 2258 1880 J. W. Haseltine, New York, Jan. 21. 

S 2259 1880 S. H. Morgan, New York, Jan. 28. 


100 


COIN CATALOGUES, AUCTION SALES, ETC. 


u 

2260 

1880 


2261 

1880 

\\ 

2262 

1880 

H 

2263 

1880 


2264 

1880 

‘i'b 

2265 

1880 

G 

2266 

1880 

Il 

2267 

1880 

2268 

1880 

It- 

2269 

1880 

IV 

2270 

1880 


2271 

1880 

5 

2272 

1880 

C: 

2173 

1880 

it 

2274 

1880 


2275 

1880 

1 S' 

2276 

1880 

• l- 

2277 

1880 

1 L 

2278 

1880 


2279 

1880 

2280 

1880 


W. E. Woodward, 26th sale, N. Y., Jan. 27, 28. 

S. H. Morgan, Pittsburgh, Jan. 29. 

M. W. Davis, New York, Feb. 10. 

Samuel A. Bispham, N. Y., Feb. 11, 12. 

T. Wilkinson, New York, Feb. 27, 28. 

Samuel Carter, New York, March 22-25. 

Ed. Frossard, New York, April 8. 

F. Plaines, New York, April 9. 

G. Grunewald, New York, April 12. « 

C. D. Monroe, Philadelphia, May 10. 

F. Haines, New York, May 28. 

Eel.* dogan, New York, May 29. 

A. F. Merell, New York, June 5. 

W. E. Woodward, 30th sale, N. Y., June 14-16. 
AY. P. Titcomb, New York, June 80. 

Herbert Steinman, New York, July 20-22. 
Charles Durand, New York, July 29. 

C. AY. Kirk, Pittsburgh, July 29. 

J. E. Burton, N. Y., Aug. 9, 10 ; printed list. 

J. F. B. Litchfield, N. Y., Sept. 13 ; printed list. 
A. Reimers, New York, Sept. 17. 


2281 
){ 2282 
l Y 2283 
iji 2284 
Ljj 2285 

'/c 2286 
8-j 2287 

S') 2288 
81 2289 
SY 2290 
in 2291 
? J 2292 
\ if 2293 


SILVER DOLLARS, Etc. 

1712 Half Crown of Queen Anna; good. 

1717 Pistareen of Philip Y. ; good. 

1760 Cross Pistareen. Carolus III. ; good. 

1802 Dollar. Carolus IIII., Spain ; pillars ; good. 
1809 Five Lire. Napoleon, Emperor of Italy; fine, 
scarce. 

1809 Five Lire. Like the last; very good. 

1810 Five Francs. Napoleon, Emperor of France ; very 
good. 

1811 Five Francs; same style as the last; good. 

1811 Five Lire. Napoleon, Emperor, Italy ; good. 
1811 Five Francs. Napoleon, Emperor, France ; good. 

1811 One Lire. Napoleon, Emperor, Italy ; good. 

1812 Five Lire. Napoleon, Emperor, Italy; good. 
1812 Five Francs. Napoleon, Emperor, France; good. 


S<> 2294 
^ 2295 
D* 2296 
Qo 2297 

2298 

\ vo 2299 

So 2300 
IS 2301 
So 2302 
t-2322 

^>s 2323 

2324 

‘)S 2325 
l ^ o 2325a 

SZ 2326 
i>f 2327 

2328 

I So 2229 
n< 2330 
ty* 2331 
iy£ 2331 a 


Peruvian Medal; Liberty standing on a dragon, her 
hand extended, holding a book ; for the adoption of 
of the Constitution of 1839 ; very fine, very rare. 28. 

Military bust of Bolivar; rev., El Peru restaurado ; 
Ayacucho, ano de 1824; nearly proof, rare. 20. 

Medal of Manuel Parodi, President, etc. ; very fine, 
rare. 18. 

Johann Joachim Spalding; bust facing left; rev., a 
coiled serpent, surrounding an inscription ; nearly 
proof, rare. 26. 

British War Medal ; Queen’s bust ; rev., Fame crown- 
ing a warrior ; clasp inscribed Northwest frontier ; 
in beautiful condition. I think this medal with this 
clasp, is of extreme rarity ; has ribbon of heavy silk. 
With clasp, 38; medal alone, 22. 

San Francisco Centennial Medal; bust of Washington; 
below, California scenery in the old time ; rev., the 
California of to-day ; silver, fine, excessively rare, very 
few struck ; all distributed and dies destroyed. 25. 

Medal of the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Louisville ; 
head of Esculapius. Dies by Schmidt of New Orleans. 
This is one of the rarest of all American medals ; fine. 
19. 

Coronation Medal of Queen Victoria ; fine. 22. 

Funeral Medal of George III.; rev., the British lion 
prostrate and Britannia weeping before a tomb ; very 
fine, scarce. Thick planchet, 24. 

Coronation Medal of George I., 1714 ; very fine, scarce. 

21. 

New York Washington Benevolent Society Medal ; 
Liberty crowning the bust of Washington; very 
good, scarce. 26. 

Beautiful Marriage Medal. Joseph II. ; busts accolated 
and in high relief ; rev., “ Auspicia Felicitatis Pvbl ” ; 
very fine indeed. 25. 

F. Eudes de Mezeray ; fine bust in high relief ; rev., 
birth, etc. ; proof, rare in silver. Thick 25. 

George Walker, defender of Derry. 1688 ; bust at full 
face ; rev., a castle, etc. ; fine, scarce. 25. 

Bust of Volcamer ; rev., a figure seated, holding a lily ; 
beautiful medal, in proof condition. 26. 

Bust of Pfinzing ; rev., a crowned figure holding a 
shield on a monument ; at the left a radiant triangle, 
an eagle flying near to it; very fine. 28. 


. ^ > 


SILVER MEDALS. 


103 


2332 
As 2333 
>s 2334 

so 2335 
12. - 2336 

1 1 5 2337 

i 2338 

- ^ 2339 

3^ 2340 
Mo 2341 
■ £\ 2342 

2343 
if* 2344 
ib 2345 

2346 

3i 2347 
, <50 2348 

2349 

2350 

jr 2351 


Max. Joseph of Bavaria; bust; rev., a cube inscribed 
Charta Magna Bavariae ; fine. Crown size. 

Medal of the Total Abstinence Society of Ireland ; 
nearly proof, rare in silver. 19. 

Bust of Leo XIII.; rev., “ Religioni ac Bonis Artibvs”; 
a woman with two children ; a large building in the 
background ; fine. 23. 

Bust of Scheele, great Swedish Chemist ; rev., appara- 
tus and inscription ; very fine, scarce. 22. 

Marriage Medal. Joseph with Elizabeth, daughter of 
Philip of Spain ; busts accolated ; rev., angel stand- 
ing before an altar; date 1760; very fine. 24. 

Bust of Petrus YVargentin, Astronomer; rev., a constel- 
lation ; very fine. 21. 

Hier Guil. Ebner ab Eschenback; rev., a cube and in- 
scription ; very fine indeed. 25. 

John. Ferd. Fleck; bust; rev., a tablet with inscrip- 
tion ; proof, rare. 22. 

The Virgin standing ; rev., the sacred heart ; fine. 20. 

Noah’s Ark Medal ; fine and curious. Crown size. 

Medal commemorating the execution, Jan. 21, 1793, of 
Louis XVI. ; good, rare. 18. 

Medal of Wolfgang Tobias Drexel ; a genealogical tree ; 
rev., an altar, on which incense is burning, four figures 
at each side ; fine. 28. 

Local Medal of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club, in- 
stituted 25th July, 1838 ; with crown and ring. Is 
not this a Canadian medal ? ; fine, rare. With ring, 39. 

Arm from a cloud supporting a standard ; rev., inscrip- 
tion, date of birth, death, etc ., 1 of John George, Duke 
of Saxony; good, scarce. 19. 

A ship, full rigged, between two forts ; medal of J. 
Lemmerman ; good, rare. 17. 

German Pilgrimage Medal ; very pretty; fine. 18. 

Bust of George III.; rev., “Felicitas Publica”; com- 
memorates the restoration to health of the King ; 
very fine. 21. 

YPhbnographic Medal, with German inscription ; beauti- 
ful design : a fountain, with dove descending ; fine. 26. 

Medal of Ludov. LeFort; bust in wig and rich robes; 
rev., group representing Liberty, Commerce, Art, 
Learning, etc. ; fine. 34. 

A Knight on horseback ; rev., a circle of seventeen 
shields. Relates to John George, of Saxony; fine, 
rare. 22. 


104 


SILVER MEDALS. 


•4-.Sc) 2352 

•ty 2353 
IS- 2354 
ity 2355 

2356 

Su 2357 
55T 2358 
3-Sc 2359 

iffa 2360 
ips - 2361 

\ co 2362 
V ot> 2363 
l sc 2364 
2c 2365 

^o 2366 
See- 2367 


Monument, from which hangs a scroll inscribed “ Pro- 
dromus”; rev., Fame on a cloud supporting shields 
of Holland and Am. colonies. Dutch-American 
Revolutionary medal ; fine, rare. I have known this 
medal to sell for 1100. 21. 

Signs of the Zodiac surrounding an inscription; rev., 
Plenty, with cornucopia inverted ; good. 23. 

Three figures standing ; “La Religion les Unit” ; rev., 
monogram within a wreath; beautiful medal; p’f. 23. 

Altar, surmounted by a book and goblet, a snake coiled 
around the altar ; rev., Christ blessing little children ; 
proof. 26. 

Double faced head dressed in garlands of flowers ; rev., 
shepherd seated beneath a tree laden with fruit ; 
proof, rare. 22. 

Square Medal ; bust of Christ ; in the angles views of 
scenes in his life ; fine, rare. 25. 

Waterloo Bridge Medal; bust of George IV. as Prince 
Regent; fine, rare. 16. 

Splendid and rare Medal, struck by order of Henry 
Meiggs, on the completion of the Arequipa Railroad 
in Peru ; proof. 31. 

Bust of Earl St. Vincent; rev., soldier and sailor join- 
ing hands ; fine, rare. 30. 

Head of Minerva ; rev., shield, backed by an anchor. 
The Erasmus Smith, Galway School, Medal ; very 
fine. 27. 

Bust of Vincent Lunardo ; rev., balloon in the air. In 
honor of an ascension,, Sept. 15, 1781 ; rare. 22. 

Washington. Medal of the Lancaster Agricultural 
and Mechanical Society ; nearly proof. 28. 

Bust in armor; Carl. With. Ferd. ; rev., King seated on 
a throne. Accession medal ; very fine indeed. 28. 

Medal Quarter Dollar. Guatemala, 1808; bust of Ferd. 
VII. ; pierced, good, rare. 


EARLY AMERICAN COINS. 

1786 Vermontensium Res Publica ; nine trees; good, 
almost fine, rare. 

1785 Immune Columbia; Liberty seated; rev., bust of 
George III. ; “ Vermon Auctori ” ; in good condition, 
really fine for the piece, which is generally poor ; very 

rare indeed. 


EARLY AMERICAN COINS. 


105 


^ 2368 1788 Verraon Auctori ; laureated head; broken die; 

very fine, barely circulated, rare in such condition. 

\ 2369 1788 Vermon Auctori; obv. shows two heads jugata ; 

rev. also duplicated ; rare. 

5 2370 Vermont Cent ; head of George III. ; rev., Inde et Lib ; 

fair, rare. 

b 2371 1787, ’88 Vermon Auctori; a variety ; good to poor. 

6 pieces. 

iS 2372 1787 Massachusetts Cent ; good, scarce. 

iC2373 1787 Massachusetts Half Cent ; small eagle ; seven long 

arrows ; fine, rare. 

jS 2374 1787 Massachusetts Half Cent; weakly struck, but 

barely circulated, rare in such condition. 

/ ■ 2375 1788 Massachusetts Cent; very good. 

dc 2376 1788 Massachusetts Half Cent; bronze color, unin- 

jured by circulation : very rare. 

Ic 2377 1785 Connecticut Cent; laureated head; good, scarce. 

Oi 2378 1786 Connecticut Cent; poorly struck, but not much 

circulated ; rare. 

h 2379 1787 Connecticut Cent; fine. 

% 2380 1787 Connecticut Cent ; bust in armor ; good. 

I 2381 1787 Connecticut Cent ; rev. incused ; unique. 
r 2382 1787 Connecticut Cents; a variety ; desirable lot. 8 ps. 

• 1 2383 1788 Connecticut Cent; small laureated head; rare 

variety ; very good. 

6 2384 1787, ’88 Connecticut Cents ; a good lot; one doubly 

struck. 5 pieces. 

b 2385 1787 Connecticut Cent; “Auctori Connfc. ;” fine, rare. 

The five following pieces, with the obverse of the Auctori Plebis 
figure, constitute a series which it would be extremely difficult to dupli- 
cate. They are very interesting, as proving that No. 2386, usually 
classed with the Connecticut coins, is of English origin. 

10 2386 1787 Auctori Plebis; bust facing left; rev., seated 

figure, with arm resting on a globe ; “ Indep et 
Liber” ; very fine, and rare. 

3b 2387 1793 Figure, same as last described piece; rev., dove 

flying; a horn of plenty; “Peace and plenty”; edge : 
“ Current everywhere ” ; nearly proof, rare. 
b 2388 Like the last, but date 1794; good, rare. 

0 2389 1793 Like the last; rev., a glove, stocking, knife and 
fork ; “ R. Campin, Haberdasher, Goat Lane, Nor- 
wich ” ; edge like last ; very fine and rare. 


106 


EARLY AMERICAN COINS. 


3 2890 

3o 2391 
l o c 2392 
3 S’ 2393 

30 2394 
do 2395 

20 2396 

\ 0 2397 

dc 2398 

3t> 2399 
2b 2400 

2 0 2401 

Sc 2402 
ifk 2403 

if 2404 

3 S' 2405 

2406 

31 2407 
S4 2408 


1794 Like the last, except the date; rev. similar to 
last, but from different die; edge same; nearly 
proof, rare. 

1794 Like the last; rev., ship; “ Emsworth ” ; edge, 
“ Payable at the warehouse of John Stride ” ; nearly 
proof, rare. 

New York Cent; arms of the State; “Excelsior” be- 
low; rev., spread eagle ; “E Pluribus Unum”; poor, 
but guaranteed original, and extremely rare. 

1787 New York Cent; Liberty seated ; “ Immunis Co- 
lumbia ” ; rev., eagle ; “ E Pluribus Unum.” I have 
owned this piece for a long time, and supposed it to 
be an electrotype ; an examination shows that it is 
not, and I now think it an original piece, struck in 
soft metal ; very rare, and if the conjecture is right, 
probably unique. 

1787 Immunis Columbia; on thin planchet; original, 
rare. 

1787 Liber Natus Libertatem Defendo ; Indian stand- 
ing ; rev., arms of New York; modern ; very fine, 
scarce. 

1794 Liberty standing; “Liberty and Commerce”; 
obv. of the Talbot, Allum & Lee card ; rev., bust of 
General Howe ; fine, rare. 

1793 A Stork, Promisory Half-penny; rev., man on 
horseback. Sometimes struck with T. A. & L. card ; 
fine, rare. * 

1787 New Jersey Cent; horse with long neck; barely 
circulated, rare. 

1787 New Jersey Cent; large planchet; fine. 

1787 New Jersey Cent; horse’s head and shield small; 
fine. 

Pennsylvania Coppers ; rude bust ; rev., harp ; good, 
scarce. 3 pieces. 

1783 Chalmers Annapolis Shilling; rare. 

1773 Virginia Half-penny; a pair; bright and uncircu- 
lated, rare. 

Carolina Piece ; ship ; rev., shield and stars ; brass, fine, 
rare. 

1767 Colonies Francoises; gountennarked R F; fine, 
scarce. 

Rosa Americana Penny ; without date ; poor, rare. 

1722 Rosa Americana Farthing; good, rare. 

1785 Nova Constellatio ; fine. 


POLITICAL TOKENS — WASHINGTON PIECES. 


107 


A 2409 


3c 2410 
2411 


\cj 2412 


l o 2413 
36 2414 
oo 2415 

2416 


2 0 2417 
» >s-2418 


12. 4-2419 
5.6 2420 
or 2421 

7 a 2422 

• 

2 0 2423 

IS 2424 
w 2425 


1783 Libertas Justitia ; U. S. 500. Pattern for a half 
dollar; from the Mickley collection ; probably a cast; 
rare. 

1778 Non Dependens Status; modern; copper, proof, 
scarce. 

1755 Col. Fran, de L’Am ; bust of Louis XV.; rev., a 
galley with the golden fleece at the mast head ; good, 
very rare. 


POLITICAL TOKENS OF 1837-44. 

A lot without duplicates, and comprising the Locofoco 
head; Plain System ; Big bellied jackass; Silly head; 
Not One Cent, 1855 ; and several other rare varieties. 
11 pieces very fine, the rest good to fine, none poor ; 
a very desirable collection. 22 pieces. 


WASHINGTON PIECES. 

Washington before Boston ; bronze, pierced. 43. 

Cabinet Memorial Medal ; bronze, fine. 38. 

Breast-piate of the Grays of Philadelphia; bust facing 
left ; brass, oval, rare. 50. 

One of the Season Medals, so called ; a man sowing 
wheat ; rev., Second Presidency of George Washing- 
ton, MDCCXCVL, within a wreath. A set of these 
medals, 3 in silver, and 3 in copper, once sold for 
$900 ; bronze, fine, rare. 30. 

Sansom Medal, 1797 ; small size; original; fine. 

1792 Washington Half Dollar ; struck in copper ; some- 
times called the 1792 Washington Cent ; on large 
planehet ; fine, and extremely rare. 

1791 Washington Cent ; large eagle ; proof, rare. 

1792 Washington Half Dollar ; electrotype. 

1876 Washington. Children of America; bronze. 21. 

Success to the United States ; copper, perfect die ; very 
rare. 16. 

Success, etc. ; broken die ; ordinary type ; brass, very 
good, scarce. 16. 

Bust to right ; rev., “ A Memorial ” ; silver, proof. 13. 

Small bust to right, by Bale ; rev., “We serve the ty- 
rant alcohol no longer ” ; silver, nearly proof, rare. 13. 


108 


WASHINGTON PIECES, ETC. 


I 24*26 
So 2427 

I lu 2428 

2429 
So 2430 

M 2431 
'S'T 2432 
V\0 2433 
$>S 2434 

2435 
P 2436 
P 2437 

2438 


i'i- 2439 
// C 2440 


Bust facing; rev., “ A man he was to all his country 
dear ” ; silver, fine, rare. 23. 

Bust to left ; “ The Father of our country ” ; rev., bust 
to left ; “ Washington ” ; copper, proof, extremely 
rare. 17. 

Like tlie last ; rev., “ Made from copper taken from the 
ruins of the turpentine works, Newbern, N. C., de- 
stroyed by the rebels, March 14, 1862 ; ” copper, 
proof, extremely rare. 17. 

Bust to left; “Washington”; rev., bust of Abraham 
Lincoln, facing right ; tin, very fine, and extremely 
rare. 17. 

Same ; rev., head of Apollo ; copper, proof, very rare. 


PATTERN PIECES. 

1858 Nickel Cent; flying eagle; rev., laurel wreath; 
proof, rare. 

1858 Nickel Cent; large eagle; rev., tobacco wreath 
and broad shield ; proof, rare. 

1859 Half Dollar ; head of Liberty ; rev., wreath ; £ 
Dollar ; silver, proof, rare. 

1861 Nickel Cent; Liberty facing left ; “Confederate 

States of America ” ; rev., wreath ; 1 Cent ; very fine, 
and extremely rare. * 

1862 Eagle; “God our trust” on a scroll; bronze, 
perfect, rare. 

1862 Eagle ; “ God our trust ” on the field of the coin ; 
bronze, perfect, rare. 

1863 Ten Cents; “Postage Currency”; rev., “Ex- 
changed for United States Notes” ; aluminum, proof, 
rare. 

1865 Double Eagle ; appears to be silver, but I suspect 
it is copper, silver plated ; proof, rare. 


MEDALS. 

The Eccleston Washington Medal ; “ The land was 
ours ” ; copy. 46. 

Medal of the New Hampshire Agricultural Society ; 
dies by Barber ; bronze, proof, rare. 38. 


i 


MEDALS. 


109 


' 2441 
•S' 2442 

>b 2443 

^2444 

S' 2445 
W 2446 

5^ 2447 

5- S' 2448 
H 2449 
o c 2450 

IS" 2451 
% o 2452 

i'S'2453 

2454 

10 2455 
a ft 2456 

is- 2457 
L> 2458 
2-c 2459 

it 2460 

2461 
b 2462 


Washington Manly Medal; original; poor. 30. 

Head of Rossini; rev., wreath and star ; bronze, proof ; 
a splendid piece of work. 32. 

Head of Gustav Wappers; rev., palette, brushes, an 
order, etc. ; bronze, proof. 32. 

Franklin; bust to left; rev., “Eripuit,” etc.; bronze, 
hue. 29. 

Lafayette Medal ; copy. 30. 

Mexican Medal. Iturbide and Ana: busts joined; 
rev., crown, sceptre, etc. ; copper, good, rare. 28. 

Bust of Napoleon ; i;ev., a winged figure holding a pen 
with the left hand, and throwing a thunderbolt with 
the right; bronze, fine. 26. 

Bust of Napoleon ; rev., bust of Marie Louise ; bronze, 
good. 25. 

Medal of John Locke ; his bust, facing right; bronze, 
fine. 25. 

Libertas Americana; MDCCLXXXITI. ; rev., “ Com- 
muni Consensu” ; copper-plated, fine, and very rare 
in such condition. 28. 

Centennial Medal ; “These United Colonies are,” etc.; 
bronze, fine. 23. 

Old English Indian Medal ; bust of George I. ; rev., a 
tree, and an Indian shooting a deer ; poor, but ex- 
tremely rare. 24. 

Andrea Appiani; bust; rev., an owl; bronze, fine. 21. 

Masonic Medal; the Temple at Philadelphia; brass, 
proof. 24. 

Henry Clay, the farmer of Ashland ; brass, very fine. 24. 

1791 Surrounded by a heavy wreath ; rev., Dix Ain. 
Struck from bell metal from church bells ; fine, rare. 
20. 

Baltimore Monument; “North Point,” etc.; copper, 
proof. 19. 

Bust of Washington ; rev., Minerva seated ; fine medal 
by Lovett ; tin, proof. 32. 

Wright's Washington; rev., wreath; and inscription in 
six lines ; very fine, scarce. 28. 

Pilgrim Jubilee Medal ; silver plated, proof. 22. 

Centennial Medal ; bust of the Emperor of Germany ; 
tin, proof, 27. 

Medal of George IV., as Prince Regent; silvered, fine. 
18. 


110 MEDALS — MINOR GEMS, ETC. 

a\o 2463 Bust of Archbishop Purcell; rev., St. Peter’s Cathe- 
dral at Cincinnati ; tin, proof. 32. 1 

I 2464 Head of McClellan to left ; rev., inscription in 16 lines ; 

tin, fine. 30. 

4 

iv 2465 Child’s Medal ; the alphabet on each side ; tin. 25. 

I I 2466 Medal of Bolivar ; military bust ; tin, proof. 18. 

[p 2467 French head of Liberty ; cap adorned with stars : 
bronze, very fine. 


IV 2468 
7 2469 
i *( 2470 
S 2471 
H 2472 
1 1 2473 
\ t 2474 
$7 2475 

\\ 2476 

PT 2477 

It 2478 
n. 2479 


V, 2480 


It 2481 
7 2482 
to 2483 
5 2484 

1 2485 
L 2586 
lv 2487 
lb 2488 


MINOR GEMS, Etc. 

All elegantly cut, and highly polished. 

Oval Agates ; large and fine pair. 

Another smaller pair ; very fine. 

Moss Agates ; oblong form ; all very fine ; a set of 6 pcs. 

Moss Agates ; another set ; all fine. 6 pieces. 

Sur Agates; oblong ; large, very fine. 5 pieces. 

White Carnelians ; oval ; all very fine. 6 pieces. 

Same stone ; oblong ; equally fine set of 6 pieces. 

Red Carnelians ; a beautiful lot ; various forms and 
sizes. 20 pieces. 

Same stone ; a better lot than the last ; larger size, and 
greater diversity of form. 20 pieces. 

Landscape Moss Agate ; 1 in. x li in. ; very beautiful 
specimen. 

Blood Stone ; fine examples. 2 pieces. 

Agates and Carnelians ; a lot selected to illustrate va- 
rieties in form and color ; all large, most desirable. 
20 pieces. 

White Carnelians ; oval ; nearly uniform in size, largest 
diameter nearly an inch. Would make a pretty set 
of buttons. 8 pieces. 

German Onyx ; very fine. 4 pieces. 

Moss Agates ; great variety ; all fine. 10 pieces. 

Sur Agates ; large, fine. 4 pieces. 

Red Carnelians ; all oval ; a little less than half an inch 
in length ; beautiful lot. 20 pieces. 

Moss Agates ; various forms ; fine. 6 pieces. 

Selection, containing varieties not in any other lot. 7 ps. 

Pair of large oval Agates. 

Amethyst, Bloodstone, Agate, Garnet, etc. 7 pieces. 


MINOR GEMS, ETC. 


Ill 


1 2489 
(, 2490 
ic 2491 
*] 2492 
lb 2493 
r 2494 
<\ 2495 
2496 
b 2497 
S 2498 
L 2499 
Ao2500 


Another selection ; various stones ; all fine. 11 pieces. 
Red Carnelians; great variety. 13 pieces. 

Oval Carnelian ; fine. 

White Carnelians; selected. 7 pieces. 

The same ; oval ; a fine pair, large size. 

The same ; fine lot. 10 pieces. 

Selection. Onyx, Agate, etc. ; fine lot. 7 pieces. 
Another selection ; equally good. 11 pieces. 

White Carnelians ; oval ; a set for buttons. 6 pieces. 
Same stone ; another lot ; various forms. 6 pieces. 
Carnelians ; and one flesh colored Agate. 6 pieces. 

Elegant badge, or pin of the Knickerbocker Life In- 
surance Company ; in gold and blue enamel ; rich 
and costly. 

CbvvJr 6o.lt- S.tTSTM-o 







ILLUSTRATIONS. 


The following pieces are illustrated in the plates referred to on last 
page of cover. 

4 Messana. Tetradrachm. 

5 Gelas. Tetradrachm. 

6 Thasus. Tetradrachm. 

15 Side. Tetradrachm. 

16 Panormus. Tetradrachm. 

86 Ptolemy I. Tetradrachm. 

37 Ptolemy I. Pentadrachm ; gold. 

63 Antioch us I. Tetradrachm. 

64 Demetrius I. Tetradrachm. 

65 Demetrius I. Tetradrachm. 

66 Antioclms III. Tetradrachm. 

69 Antiochus VIII. Tetradrachm. 

75 Jewish Shekel. 

76 Jewish Half Shekel. 

93 Macedonia. Tetradrachm. 

95 Macedonia. Tetradrachm. 

97 Antigonus. Tetradrachm. 

114 Persian Daric. 

116 Sybaris. Tetradrachm. 

132 Roman Denarius. 

144 Antestia. Denarius. 

157 Caesia. Denarius. 

159 Calpurnia. Denarius. 

161 Calpurnia. Denarius. 

172 Claudia. Denarius. 

180 Cordia. Denarius. 

194 Domitia. Denarius. 


ILLUSTRATIONS. 


Ill 


201 Fonteia. Denarius. 

283 Manila. Denarius. 

284 Sergia. Denarius. 

310 Sextus Pompeius. Denarius. 

311, Sextus Pompeius. Denarius. 

315 Augustus Caesar. Aureus. 

319 Augustus Caesar. Tetradrachm. 

329 Same. Middle brass. 

437 Marcus Aurelius. Aureus. 

468 Pescennius Niger. Aureus. 

667 Anastasius. Solidus. 

711 Edward III. Gold Rose Noble. 

768 James I. Gold Unit, (1604.) 

785 Charles I. Silver Pound piece, 1642. 

786 Charles I. Silver Pound; first issue, 1642. 

787 Charles I. Silver Pound, 1643. 

788 Charles I. Silver Pound, 1644. 

789 Charles I. Silver Half Pound, 1642. 

790 Charles I. Silver Half Pound, 1642. 

791 Charles I. Silver Half Pound, 1644. 

807 Cromwell. Crown, 1658. 

828 William and Mary. Guinea, 1691. 

898 William IV. Crown, 1831. 

905 Victoria. Gothic Crown, 1847. 




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COMING SALES. 


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The thirty-fifth sale of my series will probably be the Collection 
of Dr. F. S. Hitchcock, of Omaha, Nebraska, consisting of Coins 
and cimosities, so varied in character as to render an enumeration 
difficult. Prominent features are the arms and domestic imple- 
ments of some of the most savage of the Indian tribes. Stone 
implements, and other remains of pre-historic man. Pistols, — a 
large number, — some of most remarkable construction, and others 
of great historic interest ; one formerly the property of the pirate 
Semmes, JajDanese arms, and other curiosities. 

Other sales will follow from time to time. One, the numismatic 
collection of Mr. William Clogston, of Springfield, Mass. Another, 
a celebrated American collection, the owner of which for the 
present prefers to remain “ incog.” Another, a Library, rich in 
Americana ; and still another of Coins, Bric-a-brac, and Paintings, 
many by American artists of distinction. Other coin sales are 
arranged for, but are not sufficiently advanced to allow of a defi- 
nite announcement. 

Copies of this Catalogue, with two fine heliotype plates illus- 
trating numerous coins, as may be seen by the list at the end, 
may be procured at 50 cents each, but as the number printed is 
only fifty, early orders are necessary to prevent disappointment. 
Thick paper copies, edition fifty in number, illustrated and priced, 
will be sent to order for $1.25 each. 

Thick paper, illustrated copies of the Mercer Catalogue are now 
ready, price $1 each. Correspondents are respectfully requested 
to send their orders early, that I may have my order book ready 
as near as may be, before leaving for New York. Letters for me 
from January 8th to 14th, should be sent care of Messrs. Bangs & 
Co., New York City. 


W. ELLIOT WOODWARD. 




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