Military, Coins, Scientific & Maritime. April 2017 Sale

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Lot 1

Sold For

£420.00

Description

Byzantine Theodosius I 379-395 A.D. Solidus, Constantinople mint, D N THEODO SIVS P F AVC, reverse CONCOR DIA AVCCC, Constantinopolis seated facing on lion head throne, 4.4 grams, 19mm diameter


Lot 2

Sold For

£300.00

Description

Celtic gold uniface Stater, Gallic War, Ambiani stater "Gallo Belgic Ambiani" from 50 B.C. 6.2 grams


Lot 3

Sold For

£150.00

Description

Byzantine Arcadius Solidus 383-408 A.D. Constantinople, bust facing forward, 4.2 grams, 21mm diameter


Lot 4

Description

Byzantine Justin II AD 565-578 Solidus, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding Victory on globe and a shield, rev VICTORIA AVCCC I, Constantinopolis seated facing, 4.4 grams, 20mm diameter


Lot 5

Description

Copy Diva Faustina Senior AV Aureus, draped bust of Faustina , hair bound with pearls, 7.3 grams


Lot 6

Description

Rare Britain Whaddon Chase type gold Quarter Stater, 45-20 BC. Laureate wreath, reverse Spirited horse right, wheel below, Purchased Ex Moss Collection, found Guildford 1944, ticket states only 4 known, 1.6 grams, 11mm diameter


Lot 7

Description

Theodosius II AV Solidus. Constantinople, 441-450 A.D. D N THEODOSIVS P F AVG, pearl-diademed, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing slightly right, holding spear over shoulder and shield decorated with horseman, 3.8 grams, 21mm


Lot 8

Sold For

£150.00

Description

Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas AV Solidus. Constantinople, AD 610-641. Heraclius, crowned, 4.5 grams, 21mm diameter


Lot 9

Description

Byzantine Phocas Solidus 602-610 A.D. draped and cuirassed facing bust, wearing crown, 4.4 grams, 21mm diameter


Lot 10

Sold For

£55.00

Description

Hammered coinage, John 1199-1216 short cross and three rubbed examples, (4)