The catalogue features, Ancient Greek & Roman Coins, Ancient British Coins; Anglo-Saxon & Norman Coins; Anglo-Gallic Coins; English Hammered Gold Coins, Scottish and Irish coins. With prices ranging from below £50 to in excess of £8 000, the catalogue will sure to bring excitement to both ends of the market.

Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Andoco (c.20-1 BC), Gold Stater, ‘Bucranium’ type, crossed wreaths with pellet in annulet decoration, opposing crescents in centre of wreath, various symbols in quarters, rev horse right with garnished bucranium and sun above, legend around, 5.43g (ABC 2715; VA 1860-1; S.262). A few tiny flan flaws, toned, nearly extremely fine, very rare. £4,750 Celtic, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni, Andoco (c.20-1 BC), Gold Stater, ‘Bucranium’ type, crossed wreaths with pellet in annulet decoration, opposing crescents in centre of wreath, various symbols in quarters, rev horse right with garnished bucranium and sun above, legend around, 5.43g (ABC 2715; VA 1860-1; S.262). A few tiny flan flaws, toned, nearly extremely fine, very rare. £4 750

The strong British market is represented, with some of the most sought-after coins in British numismatics. British Hammered and Milled Gold and Silver has a long-standing popularity with collectors. Highlights including a very rare Henry VI Gold Noble (Pinecone-Mascle issue) and a Charles I very rare Pattern of Halfcrown dimensions on a 35mm flan, amongst many others.

James I (1406-1437), Gold Demy of Nine-Shillings, Type II, Scottish lion rampant on lozenge, beaded circle surrounding, initial mark crown, saltire and fleur de lis stops both sides, xIxACOBVS+ DE+I GRACIA+ REX SCx, outer beaded circle surrounding both sides, rev die axis at 10 o’clock, St Andrew’s Cross bearing lis either side, I at centre, within fleured tressure of six arcs, voided quatrefoils in outer arcs, beaded circle surrounding, initial mark cross pattée, saltire stops, SALVVmx FACx PxOPVLVmx TVVM DnE+, 3.22g (SCBI.35:622; S.5190). Toned, very fine, rare. £3,500 James I (1406-1437), Gold Demy of Nine-Shillings, Type II, Scottish lion rampant on lozenge, beaded circle surrounding, initial mark crown, saltire and fleur de lis stops both sides, xIxACOBVS+ DE+I GRACIA+ REX SCx, outer beaded circle surrounding both sides, rev die axis at 10 o’clock, St Andrew’s Cross bearing lis either side, I at centre, within fleured tressure of six arcs, voided quatrefoils in outer arcs, beaded circle surrounding, initial mark cross pattée, saltire stops, SALVVmx FACx PxOPVLVmx TVVM DnE+, 3.22g (SCBI.35:622; S.5190). Toned, very fine, rare. £3 500

Ever popular with collectors, Greek and Roman coins in the catalogue include a Lysimachos Gold Stater- one of only two recorded examples- as well as an exceptionally rare Vespasian Gold Aureus – only the second example known and the only one in private hands.

Hiberno-Norse Kings, Silver Penny, Sihtric Anlaffsson, phase I (c.995-1020), draped bust left, with pellet behind bust, legend commences lower left, +SIHTRE REX DYFLIN, rev pellet at centre of long voided cross with tri-crescent ends, moneyer Farmen, +FÆ REMI NMO DYFLI, 1.47g (D.F.5; S.6103). Attractively toned, good very fine to almost extremely fine, pleasing. £2,950 Hiberno-Norse Kings, Silver Penny, Sihtric Anlaffsson, phase I (c.995-1020), draped bust left, with pellet behind bust, legend commences lower left, +SIHTRE REX DYFLIN, rev pellet at centre of long voided cross with tri-crescent ends, moneyer Farmen, +FÆ REMI NMO DYFLI, 1.47g (D.F.5; S.6103). Attractively toned, good very fine to almost extremely fine, pleasing. £2 950

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