Galba 68-69AD Silver Denarius Victory standing on Globe – The Twelve Caesars Sear 2110, 18mm, 3.50g A wonderful example of this often worn issue, little wear to this example and fantastic portrait with Roman nose!
Henry VIII 1509-1547AD Gold Angel 1st Coinage mm. Castle S2265, 28mm, 5.17g A pleasing example, good detail to both sides. This coin comes with a hand written label.
Henry VII 1485-1509AD Silver Groat Tentative Issue, mm. Cross Crosslet, rare. S2254, 25mm, 2.79g A rarity from the Tudor series, bold portrait and pleasing old collection tone. This coin comes with an old label
William The Conqueror 1066-1087AD Silver PAX Penny Sideloc/Wareham S1257, 20mm, 1.41g This coin comes with old tickets. Ex Baldwins, summer 2010. William I ‘The Conqueror’ 1066-1087A.D. Following the death of childless Edward the Confessor in 1066, the English throne was seized by the powerful Earl Harold Godwinson; a man who had endured a period of […]
Edward The Confessor 1042-1066AD Silver Penny, Winchester mint, moneyer Beorhtmaer. Hammer Cross Type S1179, 21mm, 1.31g Full flan, bold detail nice tone. This coin comes with old tickets. ex CNG (2012) and graded by NGC as MS62
Charles II 1660-1685AD Gold Unite Second issue 1660-2AD mm. Crown Laureate bust left, mark of value XX behind, reverse crowned, garnished oval shield dividing C R, (S.3304; N.2754, Bull 125). S3304, 32mm, 9.03g Crown mint mark on obverse only. A most attractive example with great portrait and little wear.
Harold II 1066AD Silver Penny PAX Type. Struck at the Winchester mint by the moneyer Anderbode. S1186, 20mm, 1.28g Diademed bust left with sceptre./ PAX across field. Winchester mint. Anderbode. A rare opportunity to acquire a good coin of this popular monarch. Obverse slightly double struck, even dark tone with some iridescence and most attractive […]
Oliver Cromwell Silver Crown 1658AD 39mm, 30.09, S3226 An most attractive example of this important coinage, gunmetal grey toning with iridescence and lustre. Oliver Cromwell, (d.1658), silver Crown, 1658, laureate and draped bust left, with die flaw at early to mid stage, legend and toothed border both sides, OLIVAR. D.G.R.P. ANG. SCO. HIB &c PRO, […]
Julius Caesar Silver Denarius L. Aemilivs Bvca. 44BC Lifetime Issue, Rome mint – The Twelve Caesars Wreathed hd. of Caesar crescent behind/ Venus standing holding victory. S1408, 20x17mm, 3.10g Sear 1408 A magnificent coin, the bold and well detailed portrait of Julius Caesar himself struck during his lifetime. Provenance will be provided.
Anglo Gallic Henry VI 1422-1453AD Gold Salut D’or, Paris mint. S8164, 27mm, 3.45g A pleasing example of Anglo Gallic coinage. Comes with brief research and French export documentation.
Kings of England Eadmund 939-946AD Silver Penny, Rosettes type, struck at a North Western mint (most likely Chester or Shrewsbury by the moneyer Aegered. S1105, 23mm, 1.53g A wonderful coin, well struck on a broad flan, good metal and pleasing style. Eadmund (939-946): Second son of Edward the Elder, Eadmund ascended to the throne as his […]
Archbishops of Canterbury Wulfred 805-832AD Silver Penny DOROVERNIA C monogram S889, 21mm, 1.34g. Minor edge perforation at 8 o’clock on obverse, professionally stabilised. A most attractive coin, well struck on a broad flan, little wear and pleasing dark tone. ex Spink Numismatic Circular, NOvember 1993 (number 7819). Wulfred (805-832) – primarily known as a clerical reformer […]
Belgae Gold Quarter Stater 1st Century BC Hayling Wreath type, Excessively rare. 12mm, 1.03g, ABC812, S-, VA-, BMC- Obverse. Cruciform motif around a central rosette, leaf motif in each angle. Reverse. Horse right with beaded mane, floral motif in front. ABC notes that the two recorded examples at time of printing are both plated. This […]
Angevins Henry of Anjou 1139-1148AD Silver Penny. Extremely Rare. Tentatively attributed to the Wallingford mint, probably due to its find spot close to the town. Angevin coins of any type are extremely rare and seldom survive without damage due to their poor quality manufacture. Here we have a complete penny which is stable, a rare […]
Anglo Saxon Silver Sceat Continental Issue Series X Wodan head 695-740AD Facing Wodan head of various styles/ Crested monster die mark below jaw. S797, 12mm, 1.05g Provenance will be provided
Belgae Basingstoke Wreath Gold Quarter Stater 1st Century BC, ABC827. Excessively Rare 9x10mm, 1.00g, S-, ABC827. Obverse – Crossed wreaths, V-shape curtain motif forms hidden face in angle. Reverse – Horse right, single tail. V-shape motif above, floral sun below. A wonderful example of this intriguing and diverse coinage. Listed in ABC as ‘Unique’ but […]
Viking Kingdom Anlaf Sihtricsson 941-944AD Silver Penny S1022, 20mm, 1.04g. An extremely rare coin, seldom available to commerce. This coin comes with a hand written ticket. Anlaf Sihtricsson (c. 941-944 and 949-952) – the cousin of Anlaf Guthfrithsson, Sihtricsson has a somewhat complicated (and long!) story. Living from c. 927-980, he was king of both […]
THESSALY Larissa Circa 356-342BC Silver Drachm 18x20mm, 6.14g Larissa facing slightly left/ horse grazing right. A most pleasing and well balanced example, lovely portrait, horse and old collection iridescent tone. This coin comes with an old Seaby ticket dating to the 1960’s
Archbishops of Canterbury Ceolnoth Silver Penny 833-870AD ex. Stack Collection 20x21mm, 1.17g Archbishops of Canterbury, Ceolnoth (833-70), group III, inscribed cross type, c.855-56, Penny, 1.15g., Canterbury, Hebeca, +CEOLNOÐ/ARCHIEP, tonsured facing bust, rev. +HEBE:./ECA MO/N/E/T/A on and around open- cross (Naismith C154. O this coin; N.245; S.894), slight edge loss above head, very minor edge […]
The Twelve Caesars Tiberius Gold Aureus 14-37AD ‘Tribute Penny’ type, Lyon mint TI CΛESΛR DIVI ΛVG F ΛVGVSTVS, laureate head right / PONTIF MΛXIM, Livia (as Pax) seated right on chair, holding sceptre in right hand and olive branch in left; plain chair legs, double line below. 19mm, 7.6g Sear 1760 A good example of […]
George I Silver Crown 1714-27AD 1718/16AD 39mm, 30.09g An extremely attractive example of the largest silver denomination of this series, pleasant toning and clear detail. George I was of German origin, parliament considered him to be the best option for the English Throne at the time. He introduced the position of ‘Prime Minister’ and spent […]