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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 304
EDELHERREN ZUR LIPPE IM MITTELALTER. Bernhard III., 1229-1265. Pfennig, Lippstadt. 1,21 g. +LIPPE CIVI/////Mauer mit Turm, darin fünfblätterige Rose, zu den Seiten je ein Kreuzstab//+/////hA//VS Lilie, in den Winkeln L - I - P - E. Berghaus, Lippstadt 20; Grote -; Slg. Weweler -; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) -. Von großer Seltenheit. Feine Patina, kl. Prägeschwäche, sehr schön + Exemplar der Auktion Fritz Rudolf Künker 229, Osnabrück 2013, Nr. 5935. Estimate: 3000 EUR...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 305
EDELHERREN ZUR LIPPE IM MITTELALTER. Bernhard III., 1229-1265. Pfennig (Sterling), Blomberg. 1,07 g. BLOMENBERICICI Rosenkreuz zwischen drei Ringeln// NIC-OLE-ONC-ANT Sterlingskreuz. Grote 20 B (Nachtrag S. 369); Slg. Weweler -; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) -. Von großer Seltenheit. Prägeschwäche, sehr schön Exemplar der Auktion Münzen & Medaillen Deutschland 38, Stuttgart 2013, Nr. 376. Estimate: 3000 EUR...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 306
EDELHERREN ZUR LIPPE IM MITTELALTER. Bernhard III., 1229-1265. Pfennig (Sterling) um 1245/1250, Lemgo. 1,23 g. Gelockter Kopf v. v. mit Zepter, im Scheitelbereich des Kopfes fünfblättrige Rosette//Kreuz, in den Winkeln je eine fünfblättrige Rosette. Grote -; Ihl, Lemgo Em. 5, 1; Slg. Weweler -; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) -. RR Kl. Prägeschwäche, sehr schön Estimate: 300 EUR...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 307
EDELHERREN ZUR LIPPE IM MITTELALTER. Bernhard III., 1229-1265. Pfennig (Sterling) um 1245/1250, Lemgo. 1,21 g. Gelockter Kopf v. v. mit Zepter, im Scheitelbereich des Kopfes fünfblättrige Rosette//Kreuz, in den Winkeln je eine fünfblättrige Rosette. Grote -; Ihl, Lemgo Em. 5, 3; Slg. Weweler -; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) -. RR Kl. Kratzer, sehr schön Estimate: 300 EUR...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 308
EDELHERREN ZUR LIPPE IM MITTELALTER. Simon I., 1275-1344. Pfennig (Sterling) um 1280/1344, Lemgo. 0,96 g. Nachahmung der englischen Long-Cross Sterlinge.///////////AS Gekrönte Büste v. v. mit Lilienzepter//CIV -///- SLI -MGO Langkreuz, in den Winkeln je eine fünfblättrige Rosette. Grote 39 var.; Ihl, Lemgo Em 11, 2; Slg. Weweler -; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) -. Von großer Seltenheit. Schön/fast sehr schön Estimate: 75 EUR...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 311
DIE GRAFSCHAFT LIPPE. Simon V., 1511-1536. Guldengroschen (Taler) 1528, Lippstadt. 28,74 g. Sogenannter Köterbergtaler. Münzmeister Gerhard Loys. (Münzmeisterzeichen) SIMON * COM : ET * NOBIL : DO : DE * LIPP : Brustbild mit pelzbesetztem Wams, Spitzenkragen und Drahthaube l.//* MONETA * NOVA * ARGENTE : 15Z8 *. Behelmtes, vierfeldiges Wappen. Berghaus, Lippstadt 45; Dav. 9343; Ihl/Schwede 1; Slg. Weweler 153 (dieses Exemplar); Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) -. Von allergrößter Seltenhei...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 344
DIE GRAFSCHAFT LIPPE. Friedrich Adolf, 1697-1718. Schautaler 1712, von T. Bernard. Geharnischtes Brustbild r. mit umgelegtem Mantel, darunter die Signatur • T • B •//Gekröntes, vierfeldiges Wappen mit vierfeldigem Mittelschild, umher das Ordens­band des preußischen Schwarzen Adlerordens mit Kleinod. 45,21 mm; 32,69 g. Dav. 2378; Grote 182; Slg. Weweler 541; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) 4235. Von großer Seltenheit. Nur 28 Exemplare geprägt. Sehr attraktives Exemplar mit feiner Patina, f...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 345
DIE GRAFSCHAFT LIPPE. Friedrich Adolf, 1697-1718. Silbermedaille 1712, von T. Bernard, auf seinen 45. Geburtstag. Geharnischtes Brustbild r. mit umgelegtem Mantel, am Armabschnitt die Signatur T B//Zehn Zeilen plattdeutsche Schrift, oben Krone mit Bändern, unten die Jahreszahl 1712. 43,03 mm; 32,62 g. Grote 187; Slg. Weweler 542; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) 4236. Von großer Seltenheit. Nur 125 Exemplare geprägt. Prachtexemplar. Winz. Randfehler, vorzüglich-Stempelglanz Estimate: 2500...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 351
DIE GRAFSCHAFT LIPPE. Friedrich Adolf, 1697-1718. Dukat o. J. (um 1714), Detmold. Spruchdukat, vermutlich geprägt auf seinen 47. Geburtstag. 3,62 g. Münzmeister Hans Lüders. Stempelschneider vermutlich Tobias Brabandt. Geharnischtes Brustbild r. mit umgelegtem Mantel//Krone zwischen zwei Rosetten, darunter sieben Zeilen Schrift. Fb. 1451; Ihl/Schwede 322 A/a; Slg. Weweler 580 (dies Exemplar); Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) -. GOLD. Von großer Seltenheit. Winz. Prüfspur am Rand, fast vorz...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 355
DIE GRAFSCHAFT LIPPE. Friedrich Adolf, 1697-1718. Silbermedaille 1714, von T. Bernard, auf seinen 47. Geburtstag. Geharnischtes Brustbild r. mit umgelegtem Mantel und Ordensband, darunter die Signatur • T • B •//13 Zeilen Schrift, oben Krone, unten zwei gekreuzte Palmzweige. 39,87 mm; 36,24 g. Grote 190; Slg. Weweler 582; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) 4238. Sehr selten in dieser Erhaltung. Prachtexemplar. Feine Patina, min. justiert, vorzüglich-Stempelglanz Estimate: 1500 EUR...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 374
DAS FÜRSTENTUM LIPPE. Friedrich Wilhelm Leopold, 1789-1802. Silberabschlag von den Stempeln des 1 1/2 Dukaten 1796, Gotha, auf die Geburt des Erbprinzen Paul Alexander Leopold am 6. November. 7,48 g. Stempelschneider Theodor Stockmar. Die Wappen von Lippe und Anhalt nebeneinander auf gekröntem Wappenmantel//Sechs Zeilen Schrift, darunter die Signatur T . ST . F .. Grote 308; Ihl/Schwede 568.1; Mann 713 a; Slg. Weweler 762; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) 4273. Hübsche Patina, kl. Randverp...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 375
DAS FÜRSTENTUM LIPPE. Friedrich Wilhelm Leopold, 1789-1802. Silberabschlag von den Stempeln des 1 1/2 Dukaten 1796, von Gotha, auf die Geburt des Erb­prinzen Paul Alexander Leopold am 6. November. 7,29 g. Stempelschneider Theodor Stockmar. Die Wappen von Lippe und Anhalt nebeneinander auf gekröntem Wappenmantel//Sechs Zeilen Schrift, darunter die Signatur T . ST . F .. Grote 308; Ihl/Schwede 568.1; Mann 713 a; Slg. Weweler 762; Slg. Wiegrebe (Auktion Künker 309) 4273. Hübsche Patina, sehr sc...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 379
DAS FÜRSTENTUM LIPPE. Paul Alexander Leopold, 1802-1851. Silbermedaille 1845, von C. H. Lorenz, Werkstatt Loos, auf sein 25jähriges Regierungsjubiläum und seine Silberhochzeit mit Emilie von Schwarzburg. Beider Büsten nebeneinander l.//Lippia sitzt nach l. an einer Eiche, den linken Arm auf den lippischen Wappenschild gelegt, in der ausgestreckten Rechten hält sie einen Lorbeerkranz. 42,68 mm; 36,18 g. Dazu: Bronzemedaille 1845, auf denselben Anlaß. 42,70 mm; 39,96 g. Grote 335; Slg. Weweler...
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Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG - Auction 337, Lot 1644
WERDEN UND HELMSTEDT. ABTEI. Anselm von Sonius, 1757-1774 Reichstaler 1765, Braunschweig. In US-Plastikholder der PCGS mit der Bewertung AU 58. Dav. 2844; Grote 60. Sehr attraktives Exemplar mit feiner Patina, vorzüglich Auf diesem Taler ist das Kloster Werden dargestellt. Estimate: 2000 EUR...
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Gerhard Hirsch Nachfolger - Auction 358, Lot 1503
WERDEN UND HELMSTEDT, ABTEIEN Anselm Sonius. 1757-1774, Braunschweig.Reichstaler 1765 . Dreifach behelmtes sechsfeldiges Wappen. Rs: St. Ludger mit segnender Rechter und Krummstab in Wolken über Kloster. Grote 60. Dav. 2844. Hübsche Tönung. Rand leicht bearbeitet. Winzige Kratzer. 29,31 g. R vz Estimate: 1000 EUR...
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Baldwin's of St. James's - Auction 45, Lot 181
British Coins, William IV, pattern groat, 1836, plain edge, bare head r., rev. Britannia std. r., with shield and trident (S.3837; ESC.1927; Bull 2528), certified and graded by NGC as Proof 64+ Cameo, rare (1000-1200 GBP)...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - CRISTINA METSYS 1491 (later werk), by door (Quenten Metsijs). Halflang borstbeeld en face met omschrift CRISTINA METSYS en jaartal hierboven met hoge opstaande rand. Eenzijdig.Frederiks (1947) 1; RBN 1920 pl. VIII; Scher (1994) p. 348.Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. De oudste bekende Nederlandse portretpenningen zijn ontworpen door Quenten Metsijs (1466-1530). Metsijs was de tweede zoon van een Leuvense smid en slotenmaker. Hij werd dan ook in eerste in...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 4
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - VELDTOCHT VAN DE PRINS VAN ORANJE VOOR DE BEVRIJDING VAN BERGEN EN HENEGOUWEN (MONS EN HAINAUT) z.j. (1572, vervaardigd in de 18e eeuw) Geharnast borstbeeld met grote kraag naar rechts GVILELM· D G· PR· AVRAICÆ COM NASSAVIÆ. Kz. stevig gewortelde eikenboom AVDACES FORTVNA· IVVAT·.vL. I 156/154.AR gegoten 47.6 mm. 47.37 g. RRR Prachtig Estimate: 500 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 36
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - Roeipenningen uit het legaat van dhr. H.C. (Hein) van Suylekom en mw. M.C.A. van Suylekom-Vuyk. Grote hoeveelheid van enkele tientallen prijspenningen van zowel studenten-roeiwedstrijden (o.a. van de verenigingen Laga, Nereus, Njord, Triton etc...) als (inter)nationale kampioenschappen. Waarbij: tweemaal Varsity medaille 17 mei 1928 aan blauw lint, deelnemersinsigne Olympische Zomerspelen Amsterdam 1928 etc... Daarnaast enkele 'toebehorende' penningen, w...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 52
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - RUTH BROUWER (1956), by door Piet Esser. Leerlingpenning. Hoofd naar links. Kz. mier.CPE. (De Beel. 1979-4) 29; Huiskamp (Oeuvrecatalogus Piet Esser) P. 37.Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. De penningen van Esser zijn zonder uitzondering portretpenningen. Van Eekelen meldt dat hij vooral geboeid werd door mensen die 'belangrijk zijn of een mooie kop hebben'. In de vijftiger jaren heeft hij veel penningen van kunstenaars gemaakt, in het bijzonder van leerli...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 87
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - COMMEDIA DELL'ARTE (1992), by door Carla Klein. Clown met sousafoon. Kz. zittende musicerende clown, op de zolen van de traditionele grote schoenen ter linkerzijde de tekst COMMEDIA en ter rechterzijde DELL'ARTE. Signatuur in muziekinstrument.CCK. 31; De Beel. 1993-5 p. 472.Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. 'De clown' is naar de opvatting van Carla Klein de meest intrigerende figuur in de eeuwenoude circustraditie.AE gegoten en gepatineerd ca. 77 mm Pracht...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 90
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - EREPENNING GEMEENTE 'S-GRAVENHAGE z.j, by door Marianne Letterie. Koppel ooievaars omgeven door de tekst DE GE - MEENTE / 'S- GRA - VENHAGE / BETUIGT / HAAR / GROTE / ERKENTE - LYKHEID. Kz. bloeiende iris, hieronder in ronde vorm STADSPENNING.Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. AE 86.6 mm Estimate: 80 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 92
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - HOLLEMAN MUNTEN 25 JAAR 1995, by door Carla Klein. Portret van de numismate Margreet Holleman naar links. Kz. een drietal katten centraal geplaatst, daarboven en daaronder HOLLEMAN / MUNTEN, waaronder een aantal munten met data en monogram van de kunstenares.CCK. 39; de Beel. 1995–2 p. 368.Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. De rand vertoont inkepingen, zoals veelal gezien wordt op antieke munten. Zij waren de grote specialiteit en voorliefde van Margreet Ho...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 113
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - ODE AAN WEESP, ter gelegenheid van 650 jaar stadsrechten. z.j. (2005), by door Carla Klein. Gezicht op Weesp vanaf de Ossenmarkt (De Groene Punt) op de Sluisbrug en de Sint Laurentiuskerk. Op de beide oevers van de Vecht: WEESP / 20 MEI 1355. Op de stam van de linkerboom: ooievaar met penning, op de stam van de rechterboom: signatuur van de medailleur. Kz. gezicht op de stad vanaf de Grote Kerk tot aan het stadhuis.CCK. 63Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. ...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 126
HISTORIEPENNIGEN - HISTORICAL MEDALS - DANSEXPRESSIE z.j. (2019), by door Carla Klein. Vrij ontwerp. Geïnspireerd op Martha Graham. De wervelende beweging wordt versterkt door de grote rok die de danseres rondwentelt. Kz. ook de keerzijde beeldt deze dans uit. De voor- en keerzijde corresponderen met elkaar en de penning kan zelfstandig staan.CCK. 83*Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. AE gegoten en gepatineerd ca. 80 x 100 mm Prachtig Estimate: 100 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 128
FAMILIEPENNINGEN - ALGEMENE HUWELIJKSPENNING. z.j (17e eeuw) Symbolische voorstelling van het geestelijk huwelijk. ✶Settet mij gelijck een en ∫egel op uwe herte ende gelijck een en ∫egel op uwe arme want de liefde is ∫terck gelijck de doot en de yuer is vast gelijck de helle Cantica 8*6*. Kz. huwelijksinzegening in een kerk. ✶huys en de goet erven de ouders maer een vernuftich wijf comt van den heere pro 12 een vrint comt totten anderen in der noot maer de man ende wijf veel meer, ecl. 41.TMP ...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 135
CHRIS VAN DER HOEF PENNINGEN - ONDERSTEUNING VAN WEENSE KINDEREN IN NEDERLAND. 1919 Kerstboom. Kz. tekst.JP. 51; KB.15.Na de ineenstorting van de Oostenrijks-Hongaarse dubbelmonarchie in 1918 ontstond de republiek Oostenrijk. De Eerste Wereldoorlog had ervoor gezorgd dat de nieuwe republiek er slecht voor stond. Er heerste grote armoede en honger in het land en in Nederland werden initiatieven ontplooid om met name het lot van de jeugd in de grote steden te helpen verlichten. Grote aantallen k...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 145
CHRIS VAN DER HOEF PENNINGEN - ROTTERDAM. VERENIGING VOOR VREEMDELINGENVERKEER (1931)/1934 Toren van de Grote of St. Laurenskerk omgeven door boten. Kz. inscriptie: V.V.V. - WEEK / 1934 / J. BEETS.JP. 249; KB. 542. AE 60.2 mm Prachtig Estimate: 100 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 149
JETONS - REKENPENNINGEN - MIDDELBURG. WILLEM DE ZWIJGER ALS STADHOUDER. 1580 Hovenier ent takken van grote boom op oranjeboom. In omschrift SALT· EM. Kz. wapen van Zeeland.Dugn. 2812; vL. I 283/278.2. Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. Zeer fraai Estimate: 30 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 230
GILDEN, BRANDWEER, SCHUTTERIJ en AANVERWANTE PENNINGEN / VARIA / MEREAUX - TORENSTRAAT. z.j, 's–GRAVENHAGE BUURTPENNINGEN, 'S–GRAVENHAGE Schematische weergave van de Grote– of Sint Jacobskerk. Kz. doodshoofd met beenderen / ingeslagen nummer 51, dubbele binnencirkels. RBN 1859.56; Minard 226; vRem. 68. Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. Messing gegoten 42 mm. Er zijn slechts 3 exemplaren bekend Zeer fraai Estimate: 300 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 235
GILDEN, BRANDWEER, SCHUTTERIJ en AANVERWANTE PENNINGEN / VARIA / MEREAUX - ARMENPENNING z.j, LEIDEN Schematische weergave van een kerk. Kz. grote letter E.Leaden Tokens Telegraph 131, p. 3.5. Vgl. De Beeldenaar Nr. 36–2012, p. 271; Pelsdonk S547.De letter 'E' duidt een bepaalde wijk aan.Pb 17.7 mm Vrijwel prachtig Estimate: 60 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 795
Great Britain - Groat n.d. (1422-1427), Silver, HENRY VI, First Reign 1422–1461 Annulet issue. Calais. Crowned bust facing within double polylobe, annulets at neck. Rev. long cross pattée, pellets in 2nd and 3rd quarter.S. 18363.19 g Almost very fine Estimate: 60 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 799
Great Britain - Groat n.d, Silver, MARY 1553–1554 Crowned bust of Mary to left. Rev. quartered arms over long cross, mm. pomegranate.S. 2492.Mm pomegranate. 1.96 g. Attractive piece Very fine + Estimate: 90 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 800
Great Britain - Groat n.d, Silver, PHILIP & MARY 1554–1558 Crowned bust of Mary to left. Rev. quartered arms over long cross.S. 2508.1.82 g Fine + Estimate: 80 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 805
Great Britain - Groat n.d (1638/9-1642), Silver, CHARLES I 1625–1649 Aberystwyth mint. Bust to left, plume and value on both sides. Rev. oval quartered arms, plume above. Mm. book.S. 2892.In 1637 the mint at Aberystwyth was set up to support the Tower mint. It used locally mined silver from Wales while using modified dies from the Tower mint.1.84 g Very fine Estimate: 60 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 863
Great Britain - Groat n.d, Silver, ROBERT III 1390-1406, SCOTLAND Heavy coinage (ca. 1390–ca. 1403). Edinburgh. Bust facing. Rev. long cross and mullets VILL - A ED - INBV - RGH in inner circle.S. 5164.2.92 g Very fine Estimate: 100 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 868
Great Britain - Groat 1557, Silver, PHILIP & MARY 1554–1558, Ireland Their busts facing, crown above. Rev. crowned harp between crowned P and M. Mm. rose.S. 6501C.2.59 g Nearly very fine Estimate: 90 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1122
LOTS - Lot Great Britain (3) Consisting of a Groat of Henry VI, a Shilling of Elizabeth I and a Penny of Henry III.Various qualities Estimate: 70 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1239
Provinical - HOLLAND Provincie 1581 - 1795 Dukaat 1638 over 1637, Gold Type I. Staande ridder met Spaanse helm, zwaard en 4 grote pijlen in bundel tussen jaartal, met binnencirkel en tekst tussen de voeten CONCORDIA· RES – ·P – AR· CRES· HOL★. Kz. MO ORD /.... Gladde rand.Delm. 774; V. 39.5; Fr. 249 (95); KM. 12.Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. 3.45 g. RR. Iets onregelmatig muntplaatje Zeer fraai + Estimate: 300 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1322
Provinical - GRONINGEN Provincie 1581 - 1795 50 Stuiver 1672, Silver, Herdenkingsnoodmunten geslagen naar aanleiding van het beleg van Groningen in 1672 door de bisschoppen Maximiliaan Hendrik van Keulen & Chr. Bernhard van Münster. Type Ia. Eenzijdige herdenkingsnoodmunt op vierkant plaatje met grote stempel van 31 mm. Provinciewapen tussen waardeaanduiding 50 - ST. Omschrift · IVRE - ET · TEMPORE · - · 1672 ·. Delm. 736; Maill. 44.6; vL. III 96.1; Weiler 70.28.57 g. R Zeer fraai Estimate: ...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1325
Provinical - GRONINGEN Provincie 1581 - 1795 Duit 1772, Copper Met grote letters ✶ boompje ✶ / GRON. / EN / OMMEL / jaartal. Kz. gekroond provinciewapen tussen lauwertakken.V. 183.5; PW. 8004.RR Corrosie Fraai Estimate: 60 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1470
Dutch Oversea Regions BATAAFSE REPUBLIEK 1799–1806 - Scheepjesgulden 1802, Silver, Munten te Enkhuizen geslagen Driemaster, daaronder jaartal tussen versiering INDIÆ - BATAVORUM. Kz. generaliteitswapen tussen I - G daarboven mt. ★ van Enkhuizen MO: ARG: ORD: FŒD: BELG: HOL:. Kabelrand.Scho. 488b.Grote mast onder T. 10.35 g. Bijzonder hoge kwaliteit met orginele muntkleur Prachtig Estimate: 1000 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1473
Dutch Oversea Regions BATAAFSE REPUBLIEK 1799–1806 - Scheepjesgulden 1802, Silver, Munten te Enkhuizen geslagen Driemaster, daaronder jaartal tussen versiering INDIÆ - BATAVORUM. Kz. generaliteitswapen tussen I - G daarboven mt. ★ van Enkhuizen MO: ARG: ORD: FŒD: BELG: HOL:. Kabelrand.Scho. 488b.Grote mast onder T. 10.10 g. Zeer fraai Estimate: 200 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1524
Dutch Oversea Regions DE VERENIGDE OOST–INDISCHE COMPAGNIE in Voor-Indië - Kas (2) z.j, Copper, PALIAKATE Monogram VOC , daarboven (P). Kz. grote G daaromheen schrift met jaartal.Vgl. Scho. 1225–1227.Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. Op pagina 137 meldt Scholten dat Van der Wiel in het bezit is van exemplaren met niet-traceerbare jaartallen.RRRR. Niet in collectie Berkman Diverse kwaliteiten Estimate: 150 EUR...
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1544
Dutch Oversea Regions DE VERENIGDE OOST–INDISCHE COMPAGNIE in Voor-Indië - Grote zilveren fanam van 6 stuiver z.j. (± 1675), Silver, NEGAPATNAM Verbasterde Kali-figuur met Sankha-schelp op de borst. Kz. liggende 'J' waaronder 12 punten.Scho. 1234; KM. 30.1.01 g. S Zeer fraai Estimate: 50 EUR...
13 Jun 2020Upcoming
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1550
Dutch Oversea Regions DE VERENIGDE OOST–INDISCHE COMPAGNIE in Voor-Indië - Persische grote Abbasi van 5 Sjahi AH 10(..) (1642-66), Silver, CEYLON, COLOMBO Ingestempeld met VOC-monogram waarboven een C (Colombo).Vgl. Scho. 1284.Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen.9.17 g RRRR. Munt: Fraai. Klop: Vrijwel prachtig Estimate: 700 EUR...
13 Jun 2020Upcoming
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Schulman b.v. - Auction 363, Lot 1614
Dutch Oversea Regions LOTS - Lot Overzee (5) Zilveren Fanams, waaronder een zogenaamde grote Fanam (Scho. 1234) en Fanam of Puttan (2) (vgl. Scho. 1250/1251).Uit collectie Jaap van der Veen. Diverse kwaliteiten Estimate: 100 EUR...
13 Jun 2020Upcoming
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Stephen Album Rare Coins - Auction 37, Lot 1823
ENGLAND: Elizabeth I, 1558-1603, AR cast pattern groat (4.31g), 1601, Peck-8, North-2050, UNUM A DEO DUOBUS SUSTINEO, Queen's bust facing, wearing a high ruff and ornate robe // AFFLICTORUM CONSERVATRIX, crowned monogram of Elizabeth, modestly tooled, NGC graded EF details. Estimate: 1,000-1,200 USD Starting Price: 950 USD...
11 Jun 2020Upcoming
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SINCONA AG - Auction 63, Lot 1144
IRLAND. Henry VIII. 1509-1547. Groat o. J. (1536-37), Crown, Tower Mint (London). Harp coinage. 1st Harp issue. Jane Seymour. 2.42 g. Seaby 6473. Hübsche Patina / Attractively toned. Schrötlingsriss / Flan crack. Sehr schön / Very fine. (~€ 95/USD 105) Starting Price: 100 CHF...
8 Jun 2020Upcoming
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 469, Lot 646
SCOTLAND. Robert II. 1371-1390. AR Groat (24.5mm, 3.07 g, 9h). Perth mint. Crowned bust left; lis tipped scepter before; star at base of scepter / Long cross pattée, mullet in each angle. SCBI 35 (Ashmolean & Hunterian), 460-9; SCBC 5136. Toned, lightly clipped. VF. Estimate: 150 USD...
3 Jun 2020Upcoming
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Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles - Auction 116, Lot 1419
Great Britain. Half Groat, ND. S.2343. Henry VIII, 1509-1547. 2nd coinage, Canterbury mint. Mint mark cross patonce both sides. Archbishop William Wareham (1526-1532) W A beside shield of arms on reverse. Profile portrait of king sharply detailed, and the coin attractively toned in shades of gray and indigo. Probably conservatively graded. PCGS graded AU-55. Estimated Value $350 - 400...
2 Jun 2020Upcoming
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Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles - Auction 116, Lot 1421
Great Britain. Half Groat, ND. S.2649. James I, 1603-1625 First coinage, first bust Half Groat. Mm thistle, 1603-1604. Nicely centered, with an excellent portrait. Practically no evidence of circulation, but these small hammered portrait coins were never well made. PCGS graded AU-53. Estimated Value $350 - 400...
2 Jun 2020Upcoming
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Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles - Auction 116, Lot 1422
Great Britain. Halfgroat (Two Pence), ND. S.3221. Commonwealth (1649-1660). Obverse; Single shield bearing St George's cross, within wreath. Reverse; Shields of England and Ireland conjoined, numeral 'II' (2 Pence) above. Practically mint state with an attractive blue-gray pastel tone, and very rare in this grade. Much nicer than the Spink plate coin. Seldom seen better than VF. Final grade and photos to be posted on the internet. Estimated Value $350 - 400 After the execution of Charles I i...
2 Jun 2020Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd. - E-Sale 71, Lot 1621
Spain, Principality of Catalonia. Charles III AR Groat. Barcelona, 1706. CAROL•III•D•G•HISP•REX•, draped bust left / BAR CINO CIVI, cross; three pellets in first and fourth quarters, annulet in second and third. KM PT1; Calico 31. 1.97g, 21mm, 12h. Good Very Fine. From the inventory of a UK dealer. Estimate: 80 GBP...
28 May 202075 GBP
Leipziger Münzhandlung und Auktion Heidrun Höhn - Auction 94, Lot 2116
Verden-Domkapitel Philipp Sigismund, Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneb. 1586-1623 Kipper - 12 Kreuzer 1621. Mit Titel Ferdinand II Slg. Kraaz - Grote 15 1.35 g. Sehr selten in dieser Erhaltung. Min. Randausbruch, vorzüglich-prägefrisch Estimate: 80 EUR...
22 May 2020100 EUR
Leipziger Münzhandlung und Auktion Heidrun Höhn - Auction 94, Lot 2129
Mittelalter Lot-6 Stück Interessantes Lot von 5 Kölner und einer britischen Silbermünzen der Groschenzeit. Darunter: Konrad I. von Hochstaden 1238-1261 Pfennig Köln (5x, Hävernick 683, Slg. Bonhoff 1595) und Edward IV Groat (Spink 2000, North 1569) Sehr schön-vorzüglich Estimate: 250 EUR...
22 May 2020240 EUR
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 725
PLANTAGENET. Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Groat (29mm, 5.23 g, 4h). New coinage, variety f.2. London (Tower) mint. Struck circa 1279. Crowned facing bust within double (plain and beaded) quadrilobe, cinquefoils flanking; flowers in spandrels / Long cross pattée; trefoils in quarters. Cf. SCBI 39 (North), 14-5 (for type); North 1003; SCBC 1379F. Broken in two and repaired. Heavily tooled. Fine. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased October 2007. Ex Spink 155 (3 October 2001), lot...
20 May 20202,000 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 731
PLANTAGENET. Edward III. 1327-1377. AR Groat (25mm, 4.30 g, 3h). Fourth coinage, Pre-treaty period, series G. London (Tower) mint. Struck 1356-1361. Crowned facing bust within tressure of arches; lis at cusps, annulet below / Long cross pattée; triple pellets in quarters, annulet in second quarter. North 1205; SCBC 1570. Toned. Fine. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Karl Stephens, February 2001. Estimate: 75 USD...
20 May 2020130 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 733
LANCASTER. Henry V. 1413-1422. AR Groat (28mm, 2.68 g, 8h). Class B. Tower (London) mint. Crowned facing 'scowling' bust within double tressure of arches; lis at cusps / Long cross pattée; triple pellets in quarters. North 1386; SCBC 1762. Toned, ragged flan, scratches. Fair. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Cederlind BBS 135 (14 July 2005). Estimate: 75 USD...
20 May 2020225 USD
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 734
LANCASTER. Henry VI. First reign, 1422-1461. AR Groat (27mm, 3.29 g, 1h). Rosette-mascle issue. Calais mint; im: cross patonce/plain cross. Struck 1430-1431. Crowned facing bust within double tressure of arches; trefoils at cusps / Long cross pattée; triple pellets in quarters. North 1446; SCBC 1859. Toned, some porosity, a few scratches. Near VF. Interesting engraver's error with V in VIL LA over C. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Arnie Saslow, September 1998. ...
20 May 2020170 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 735
YORK. Edward IV. First reign, 1461-1470. AR Groat (26mm, 2.94 g, 10h). Light coinage, type VII. London (Tower) mintl im: crown. Struck 1466-1467. Crowned facing bust within double tressure of arches; trefoils at cusps, quatrefoils flanking / Long cross pattée; triple pellets in quarters. North 1570; SCBC 2000. Toned. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Spink Numismatic Circular CIII.3 (June 2002), no. HS0163. Estimate: 150 USD...
20 May 2020190 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 737
TUDOR. Henry VII. 1485-1509. AR Groat (26mm, 2.85 g, 10h). Tentative profile issue. Tower (London) mint; mm: cross-crosslet. Struck 1504-1505. Crowned and draped bust right / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée. North 1743; SCBC 2254. Toned, graffiti in obverse field, minor smoothing on reverse. Fine. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Spink Numismatic Circular CXII.3 (June 2004), no. HS1704. Estimate: 200 USD...
20 May 2020300 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 738
TUDOR. Henry VIII. 1509-1547. AR Groat (25mm, 2.54 g, 6h). First coinage, profile issue. Tower (London) mint; im: crowned portcullis. Struck 1509-1526. Crowned bust right / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée. North 1762; SCBC 2316. Retoning from old cleaning. Near VF. Good portrait. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Cederlind BBS 137 (19 December 2005). Estimate: 300 USD...
20 May 2020350 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 739
TUDOR. Henry VIII. 1509-1547. AR Groat (24mm, 2.74 g, 9h). Second coinage. Tower (London) mint; im: rose. Struck 1526-1544. Crowned bust right (Laker D) / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée, with saltire in forks. North 1797; SCBC 2337E. Toned, some weakness in legend. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Wolfshead Gallery, September 1998. Estimate: 200 USD...
20 May 2020550 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 740
TUDOR. Henry VIII. 1509-1547. AR Groat (26mm, 2.37 g, 10h). Third coinage. Tower (London) mint; im: lis. Struck 1544-1547. Crowned and mantled third bust facing slightly right / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée, with annulet in each fork. North 1844; SCBC 2369. Toned, areas of weak strike, usual minor porosity, die scratch. Fine. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Karl Stephens, March 2004. Estimate: 150 USD...
20 May 2020120 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 744
TUDOR. Mary. 1553-1554. AR Groat (25mm, 1.87 g, 10h). Tower (London) mint; im: pomegranate. Crowned bust left / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée. North 1960; SCBC 2492. Toned, slightly ragged flan. Near VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Cederlind BBS 112 (30 June 1998) . Estimate: 200 USD...
20 May 2020300 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 745
TUDOR. Mary. 1553-1554. AR Groat (24mm, 1.66 g, 6h). Tower (London) mint; im: pomegranate. Crowned bust left / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée. North 1960; SCBC 2492. Toned, flan crack, some scratches. Fine. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Cederlind BBS 116 (30 June 1999). Estimate: 150 USD...
20 May 2020140 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 748
TUDOR. Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. AR Groat (23mm, 1.83 g, 1h). Second issue. Tower (London) mint; im: cross-crosslet. Struck 1560-1561. Crowned bust 1F left / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée. North 1986; SCBC 2556. Toned, slightly ragged edge, some doubling in portrait. Fine. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Karl Stephens, January 2003. Estimate: 100 USD...
20 May 2020140 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 784
SCOTLAND. David II. 1329-1371. AR Groat (28mm, 4.23 g, 2h). Second coinage. Edinburgh mint. Struck 1357-1367. Crowned bust left; scepter to left; all within tressure of seven arches / Long cross pattée; mullets in quarters. SCBI 35 (Ashmolean & Hunterian), 359-375; SCBC 5091. Toned, minor marks. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Cederlind BBS 131 (6 July 2004). Estimate: 300 USD...
20 May 2020600 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 785
SCOTLAND. David II. 1329-1371. AR Groat (27mm, 3.57 g, 9h). Third (light) coinage. Edinburgh mint. 1367-1371. Crowned bust left; scepter to left with star at bottom; all within tressure of arches with trefoils in spandrels / Long cross pattée; mullets in quarters. SCBI 35 (Ashmolean & Hunterian), 419 (same dies); SCBC 5125. Toned, tiny marks under toning. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Classical Numismatic Group Inventory 531407 (March 2000). Estimate: 200 USD...
20 May 2020250 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 786
SCOTLAND. Robert II. 1371-1390. AR Groat (28mm, 3.89 g, 2h). Edinburgh mint. Crowned bust left; scepter to left; all within tressure of arches with trefoils in spandrels / Long cross pattée; mullets in quarters. SCBI 35 (Ashmolean & Hunterian), 445-457; SCBC 5131. Toned, areas of weak strike. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Karl Stephens, November 2005. Estimate: 150 USD...
20 May 2020130 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 787
SCOTLAND. Robert III. 1390-1406. AR Groat (27mm, 2.74 g, 3h). Heavy coinage. Edinburgh mint. Struck 1390-circa 1403. Crowned facing bust within tressure of arches; trefoils at cusps / Long cross pattée; triple pellets in quarters. SCBI 35 (Ashmolean & Hunterian), 545 (same obv. die); SCBC 5164. Toned, minor weakness in legends. VF. Well struck. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Davissons 36 (22 February 2017), lot 396. Estimate: 200 USD...
20 May 2020475 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 788
SCOTLAND. James I. 1406-1437. AR Groat (24mm, 2.37 g, 9h). First fleur-de-lis issue. Edinburgh mint. Crowned facing bust; lis-tipped scepter and saltire to left, I to right; lis and two saltires on breast; all within tressure of seven arches with lis at each arc / Long cross pattée; trefoils with additional pellets in first and fourth quarter, lis with pellet to right in second, lis with saltire to right in third. SCBI 35 (Ashmolean & Hunterian), 640-656; SCBC 5195. Toned, ragged flan, flan cr...
20 May 2020325 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 792
SCOTLAND. James V. 1513-1542. AR Groat (25mm, 2.64 g, 10h). Second coinage, type III. Edinburgh mint. Struck 1526-1539. Crowned and mantled bust right / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée. SCBI 58 (Edinburgh), 87; SCBC 5378. Toned. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Spink. Estimate: 400 USD...
20 May 2020750 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 793
SCOTLAND. James V. 1513-1542. AR Third Groat (17mm, 0.77 g, 6h). Second coinage, type IV. Edinburgh mint. Struck 1526-1539. Crowned and mantled bust right; trefoil under C in SCOTOR / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée. SCBI 58 (Edinburgh) 126 (same dies); SCBC 5380. Toned, flan chip, crack, some porosity. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Spink Numismatic Circular CXXI.1 (January 2014), no. SC017. Estimate: 200 USD...
20 May 2020225 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 468, Lot 806
SCOTLAND. James VI. 1567-1625. BI Eighteenpenny Groat – Plack (22mm, 2.05 g, 7h). Type 2. Edinburgh mint. Struck 1583-1590. Crowned coat-of-arms / Crowned thistle. Cf. SCBI 58 (Edinburgh), 1633-51 (for type); SCBC 5512. Toned, minor green deposits. VF. Good silver content for issue. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Wolfshead Gallery. Estimate: 100 USD...
20 May 202090 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 114, Lot 1332
PLANTAGENET. Edward I. 1272-1307. AR Groat (29mm, 5.23 g, 4h). New coinage, variety f.2. London (Tower) mint. Struck circa 1279. Crowned facing bust within double (plain and beaded) quadrilobe, cinquefoils flanking; flowers in spandrels / Long cross pattée; trefoils in quarters. Cf. SCBI 39 (North), 14-5 (for type); North 1003; SCBC 1379F. Porosity, some tooling, removed from brooch mount. Fine. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection, purchased from Wolfshead Gallery, October 2007. ...
13 May 2020Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 114, Lot 1336
YORK. Edward IV. First reign, 1461-1470. AR Groat (28mm, 3.84 g, 6h). Heavy coinage, group I. Tower (London) mint; im: plain cross. Struck 1461-1464. Crowned facing bust within tressure of arches; lis on neck, pellets by crown / Long cross pattée; triple pellets in quarters. Blunt & Whitton type biii; North 1529; SCBC 1969. Lightly toned, slight double strike on king's name. Near EF. Superb portrait. Estimate: 750 USD...
13 May 2020750 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 114, Lot 1339
TUDOR. Henry VII. 1485-1509. AR Groat (26mm, 2.87 g, 2h). Facing Bust issue, class IIIa. London (Tower) mint; im: cinquefoil. Struck 1489-1493. Crowned facing bust within tressure arches; lis at cusps / Long cross fourchée; triple pellets in each quarter. North 1705a ; SCBC 2198. Attractive cabinet toning. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Triton I (2 December 1997), lot 2247. Estimate: 400 USD...
13 May 2020650 USD
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Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 114, Lot 1345
TUDOR. Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. AR Groat (24mm, 2.17 g, 5h). First issue. Tower (London) mint; im: lis. Struck 1559-1560. Crowned bust left within beaded inner circle / Coat-of-arms over long cross fourchée within wire inner circle. BCW LS-4B/LS-d2, see p. 32; North 1986; SCBC 2551A/2551. Traces of crease, lightly brushed on obverse. Good VF. Very rare mule of the beaded inner circle/wire inner circle. Estimate: 1000 USD...
13 May 20203,500 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 114, Lot 1381
SCOTLAND. James III. 1460-1488. AR Groat (24mm, 2.72 g, 10h). Main issue. Edinburgh mint. Struck 1484-1488. Crowned bust facing slightly left / Long cross pattée; crowns in second and third quarters, pellets and annulets in first and fourth. Cf. Burns 45 (fig. 641); SCBI 35 (Ashmolean & Hunterian) 775 (same rev. die); SCBC 5287. Toned, slightly short flan. VF. From the James & Martha Robertson Collection. Ex Classical Numismatic Group Inventory 735261 (May 2003). Estimate: 1000 USD...
13 May 20201,600 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 114, Lot 1390
SCOTLAND. Mary. 1542-1567. BI Twelvepenny Groat – 'Nonsunt' (22mm, 1.64 g, 11h). Second period, Francis and Mary. Edinburgh mint. Dated 1558. Crowned FM monogram; crowned dolphin to left, crowned thistle to right / IAM · NON/ SVNT · DVO/SED · VNA/ CARO in four lines on quadrate titulus; cross above; Cross of Lorraine to left and right; below, date flanked by pellets. Burns 1 (fig. 889) var. (rev. legend stops); SCBI 58 (Edinburgh) 1044-51; SCBC 5447. Minor deposit. VF. An attractive example o...
13 May 2020650 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 577
PLANTAGENET. Edward III. 1327-1377. AR Groat (27mm, 4.33 g, 5h). Fourth coinage, Pre-treaty period, series E. London (Tower) mint; im: cross pattée (cross 2). Crowned facing bust within double polylobe / Long cross pattée; three pellets in quarters. North 1163; SCBC 1567. Deposits, scrapes, small flan crack, crystallized. Fine. Estimate: 75 USD...
6 May 2020Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 578
PLANTAGENET. Edward III. 1327-1377. AR Groat (27mm, 4.05 g, 8h). Fourth coinage, Pre-treaty period, series F. London (Tower) mint; im: crown. Struck circa 1356. Crowned facing bust within double polylobe / Long cross pattée; three pellets in quarters. North 1174; SCBC 1569. Find patina, possibly water worn. Fine. Estimate: 100 USD...
6 May 2020130 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 579
LANCASTER. Henry VI. First reign, 1422-1461. AR Groat (26mm, 3.61 g, 4h). Leaf-mascle issue. Calais mint. Struck 1432/3-1436. Crowned facing bust within tressure of arches, lis at cusps; leaf on breast / Long cross pattée; triple pellets in quarters. North 1475; SCBC 1890. Encrustation, some roughness, struck on compact flan. Fine. Estimate: 100 USD...
6 May 2020120 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 583
HANOVER. George II. 1727-1760. AR Maundy Set. Tower (London) mint. Dated 1735. Young, laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust left / Crowned denomination. Includes: Groat // Threepence // Halfgroat // Penny. ESC 2405; SCBC 3716. Light iridescence with 2d toned. Near EF. From the Collection of an English Queen's Counsel. Ex Dix, Noonan, Webb 142 (13 September 2017), lot 652. Estimate: 250 USD...
6 May 2020225 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 592
HANOVER. George III. 1760-1820. AR Maundy Set. Tower (London) mint. Dated 1784. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Crowned denomination. Includes: Groat // Threepence // Halfgroat // Penny. ESC 2417; SCBC 3762. Iridescent toning. Good VF. From the Collection of an English Queen's Counsel. Ex Dix, Noonan, Webb 140 (15 March 2017), lot 116. Estimate: 150 USD...
6 May 2020200 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 593
HANOVER. George III. 1760-1820. AR Maundy Set. Tower (London) mint. Dated 1795. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Crowned denomination. Includes: Groat // Threepence // Halfgroat // Penny. ESC 2420; SCBC 3764. Toned. EF. From the Collection of an English Queen's Counsel. Ex Dix, Noonan, Webb 140 (15 March 2017), lot 119. Estimate: 200 USD...
6 May 2020200 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 594
HANOVER. George III. 1760-1820. AR Maundy Set. Last or new coinage. London mint. Dated 1818. Laureate, head right / Crowned denomination. Includes: Groat // Threepence // Halfgroat // Penny. ESC 2423 SCBC 3792. Iridescent toning. EF. From the Collection of an English Queen's Counsel. Ex Dix, Noonan, Webb 140 (15 March 2017), lot 122. Estimate: 200 USD...
6 May 2020250 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 595
HANOVER. William IV. 1830-1837. AR Maundy Set. London mint. Dated 1837. Head right / Crowned denomination within wreath. Includes: Groat // Threepence // Halfgroat // Penny. ESC 2444; SCBC 3840. Iridescent toning. Good VF to Near EF. From the Collection of an English Queen's Counsel. Ex Dix, Noonan, Webb 144 (21 February 2018), lot 242. Estimate: 250 USD...
6 May 2020225 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 597
SAXE-COBURG-GOTHA. Edward VII. 1901-1910. AR Maundy Set. London mint. Dated 1902. Head right / Crowned denomination within wreath. Includes: Groat // Threepence // Halfgroat // Penny. ESC 2520; SCBC 3985. Iridescent toning. UNC. From the Collection of an English Queen's Counsel. Estimate: 100 USD...
6 May 2020160 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 467, Lot 598
SAXE-COBURG-GOTHA. Edward VII. 1901-1910. AR Maundy Set. London mint. Dated 1902. Head right / Crowned denomination within wreath. Includes: Groat // Threepence // Halfgroat // Penny. ESC 2520; SCBC 3985. Iridescent toning. EF. From the Collection of an English Queen's Counsel. Ex Baldwin's argentum (6 February 2016), lot 108. Estimate: 100 USD...
6 May 2020170 USD
Bertolami Fine Arts - ACR Auctions - E-Auction 79, Lot 183
GRAN BRETAGNA - Edoardo III (1327-1377) - Mezzo Groat - (AG g. 2,1) R Spink 1574 assieme a Penny (Gr. 1,15) - Lotto di due monete - BB Starting Price: 30 EUR...
2 May 202030 EUR
Myntkompaniet/AB Philea - Coin Auction 18, Lot 670
France, Flanders. Louis de Male (1346-1384). Double groat, 3.97 g. Planchet fault, slightly bent, small verdigris. Ex B. A. Seaby Ltd, etc. VF Starting Price: 27 EUR...
2 May 202028 EUR
Myntkompaniet/AB Philea - Coin Auction 18, Lot 689
Germany, Bremen, Franz I (1745-65) KM 200 48 grote 1753 16.81 g. Dav. 320. VF Starting Price: 73 EUR...
2 May 2020113 EUR
Myntkompaniet/AB Philea - Coin Auction 18, Lot 948
Spain, Pietro III d'Aragona Crusafont 401.1 groat ND (1336-87) 3.01 g. Ex Demarete. Irregular edge. VF Starting Price: 73 EUR...
2 May 2020Unsold 
cgb.fr - Live Auction April 2020, Lot 504
ENGLAND - KINGDOM OF ENGLAND - HENRY VII Type : Gros (groat) Date : (1499-1502) Date : n.d. Mint name / Town : Londres Metal : silver Diameter : 25,5 mm Orientation dies : 8 h. Weight : 3,12 g. Obverse legend : + (ancre) HENRIC' VII+ DI+ GRA+ REX+ AGL'+ Z+ FRA (ponctuation par simple croisette) Obverse description : Buste couronné et drapé d'Henry VII de face dans un double nonalobe orné de trèfle Obverse translation : (Henry, par la grâce de Dieu, roi de France et d'Angleterre) Rev...
28 Apr 2020250 EUR
Rzeszowski Dom Aukcyjny - Auction 5, Lot 62
Sigismund I, Half-groat 1510, Vilnius - NGC MS63 Zygmunt I Stary, Półgrosz 1510, Wilno - NGC MS63 Piękny menniczy egzemplarz z mocnym połyskiem na całej powierzchni, ostre detale, centryczny. Moneta doceniona najwyższą, spośród dotychczas nadanych, notą w gradingu NGC. Grade: NGC MS63 Reference: Huletski-Bagdonas-Darashkevich 36.A (RX), Ivanauskas 1S29-3, Kopicki 3132, Kurpiewski 101 (R) Poland, Polen Zygmunt I Stary (1506-1548) Starting Price: 44 EUR...
25 Apr 202081 EUR
Rzeszowski Dom Aukcyjny - Auction 5, Lot 63
Sigismund I, Half-groat 1512, Vilnius - NGC MS65 Zygmunt I Stary, Półgrosz 1512, Wilno - NGC MS65 Piękny, menniczy egzemplarz półgrosza Zygmunta Starego. Odmiana ze skróconą datą. Moneta doceniona najwyższą, spośród dotychczas nadanych, notą w gradingu NGC. Grade: NGC MS65 MAX Reference: Huletski-Bagdonas-Darashkevich 40.AE (RX), Ivanauskas 1S59-4, Kopicki 3137, Kurpiewski 105 (R) Poland, Polen Zygmunt I Stary (1506-1548) Starting Price: 67 EUR...
25 Apr 2020186 EUR
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Rzeszowski Dom Aukcyjny - Auction 5, Lot 64
Sigismund I, Half-groat 1512, Vilnius - NGC MS65 Zygmunt I Stary, Półgrosz 1512, Wilno - NGC MS65 Piękny, menniczy egzemplarz półgrosza Zygmunta Starego. Odmiana ze skróconą datą. Moneta doceniona najwyższą, spośród dotychczas nadanych, notą w gradingu NGC. Grade: NGC MS65 MAX Reference: Huletski-Bagdonas-Darashkevich 40.D (RVII), Ivanauskas 1S51-4, Kopicki 3137, Kurpiewski 105 (R) Poland, Polen Zygmunt I Stary (1506-1548) Starting Price: 67 EUR...
25 Apr 2020169 EUR
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