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First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute shall be immediately put up again and resold, provided the auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute.

SeconD.—No person to advance less than 1Is.; above five pounds, 5s.; and so on in proportion.

TutrD.—All lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price imposed by the seller and (b) to the right of the seller to bid either personally or else by any one person who may be the Auctioneer.

FourtH.—The purchasers to give in their names and places of abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound or more in part of payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, if required; in default of which the lot or lots so purchased to be immediately put up again and re-sold.

FirtH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection be made and the lot returned within seven days from date of sale.

SixtH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between buyer and seller and for both equitably.

The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for the safe custody of any lots left more than three days after the date of sale.

Please Note. The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus:—

AN’=gold, AR=silver, AL =copper or bronze. El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper).

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed that the coins and medals are not in good condition.

Catalogue of PART XIII ~- Final

f the

Celeb rated Collection

COINS

formed by the late RICHARD CYRIL LOCKETT, Esq.

English - Part V Edward III to Charles Il also Maundies, etc.

Day of Sale:

Tuesday, 17th October 1961

GLENDINING & Co., Ltp. 7. BLENHEIM STREET, LONDON.

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PREFACE

THIS CATALOGUE describes the last portion of the collection of the late Mr. R. Cyril Lockett, the other twelve parts having been auctioned in these rooms since June 6th, 1955.

This is the final and fifth portion of the English series and, although lacking the rarities of the earlier sales, nevertheless contains some very fine and very rare coins, among which the following may be noted.

Many of the rarer varieties of Edward III gold, Richard II gold, Henry IV gold noble of light coinage, Richard III angel, Henry VIII second coinage sovereign, a good series of Elizabeth gold, James I spur ryal, three gold triple-unites of Oxford mint of Charles I, and a fine collection of Maundy coins.

A. H. BALDWIN & Sons, Ltp.

Coin Sale - (Part XIll - Final - Lockett Colln.) 17th Oct. 1961

Lot Buyer 4250 Spink 4251 Baldwin 4252 Spink 4253 Baldwin 4254 Baldwin 4255 Baldwin 4256

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Lot Buyer 4487 Spink 4488 Spink 4489 Baldwin 4490 Baldwin 4491 Spink 4492 Spink 4493 Risk 4494 Spink 4495 Spink 4496 Seaby 4497 Graham 4498 Spink 4499 Spink 4500 Baldwin 4501 Baldwin 4502 Risk 4503 Baldwin 4504 Spink 4505 Baldwin 4506 Spink 4507 Risk 4508 Risk 4509 |

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Lot 4544 4545 4546 4547 4548 4549 4550 4551 4552 4553 4554 4555 4556 4557 4558 4559 4560 4561 4562 4563 4564 4565 4566 4567 4568 4569 4570 4571 4572 4573 4574 4575 4576 4577 4578 4579 4580 4581 4582 4583 4584 4585 4586 4587 4588 4589 A590

Buyer Baldwin Graham Baldwin Spink Spink Baldwin Baldwin Graham Baldwin Spink Spink Graham Spink Baldwin Baldwin Spink Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin Spink Spink Sverdloff Spink Spink Baldwin Spink Spink Spink Baldwin Baldwin Graham Baldwin Spink Spink Baldwin Baldwin Baldwin Spink Spink Spink Baldwir Baldwir, Spink Spink Spink Baldwin Baldwin Seaby

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GLENDINING & CO. LTD.

Catalogue of Part XIII of the Celebrated Collection of

COINS

formed by the late

Richard Cyril Lockett, Esq. ENGLISH (PART V) Day of Sale: Tuesday, October 17th, 1961 EDWARD III (1327-1377) Gold (All London Mint umless stated otherwise)

(L.A.L. =“‘Coinage of Edward III’’, Dr. L. A. Lawrence)

Lot

4250 Pre-Treaty Period, Series C (1351? - 1352), noble, obv. annulet 30 stops, hys (y and B ligulate); vev. annulet stops, open E in centre, lis in field in second quarter (L.A.L. 1/15, 16). Very fine. 1

4251 —— Noble, obv. similar, hys not ligulate; vev. closed E 58 in centre (L.A.L. L/26). Extremely fine. 1

4252 -—— Series E (1354-1355), noble, obv. annulet stops, but not 48 after each word; vev. annulet stops, N’s in TRANCIENS un- barred, small £ in centre, lis in second quarter (L.A.L.V/49). Very fine. 1

4253 —— -——— Noble, obv. annulet stops, reads E/DWaD (sic), A over 58 E in FRANC; rev. similar to last but die differs (L.A.L. Z var/55). Very fine, variety unrecorded. 1

4254 —— Noble, obv. similar but saltire stops; vev. similar, 38

annulet stops with annulet after ME of MEDIVM (unpub- lished) (L.A.L. AD/unpubd.). Fine and rare. ]

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—_— Mule Series E/Series G (circa 1854-1361), noble, obv. saltire stops, Series E lettering; rev. Series G cross and lettering, saluire stops (L.A.L. AJ var. /87 or 9). Almost extremely fine and rare.

—— Series F (January-July 1356?), noble, obv. Series F letter- ing, saltire stops, two saltires dividing h yB; rev. m.m. crown, annulet stops, c for Ee in auTEM (L.A.L. AP/78). Extremely fine and very rare.

Series G (1356-61), noble, obv. G lettering, small annulet stops; vev. late initial cross, G lettering, no stops, lis in second quarter (L.A.L. AS/11). Very fine.

—— ~—— Noble, obv. similar to last but dies differs; vev. similar, saltire stops (L.A.L. AW/16). Very fine.

‘.’ From the East Raynham Find.

Noble, obv. similar, saltire stops; rev. similar, small annulets, instead of pellets, beside top lis (L.A.L. B.A./44 var.). Extremely fine.

—— ~—— Noble, obv., legend omits hy, saltire stops; rev. saltire stops, large E in centre, no pellets beside top lis (L.A.L. BT/63. As struck. Illustration of rev. is from damaged cast.

** From the Clarke-Thornhill Collection.

Treaty Period, Group B (1363-69), noble, obv. omits French but adds Aquitaine title, double saltire stops, saltire before EDWARD; vev. Treaty initial cross, double saltire stops, reads 1LLOVM (L.A.L. a/2 var.). Extremely fine and an unpublished reading.

—__— —— Noble, a similar coin but reverse die differs (L.A.L. a/3). Extremely fine.

* * From the Clarke-Thornhill Collection.

Noble, similar but annulet before EDWARD; rev. similar, double saltire stops (L.A.L. b/1). In mint state.

—— Noble, a similar coin but dies differ (L.A.L. b/3). Extremely fine but a little off-centre.

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Post-Treaty Period (1369-77), noble, obv. legend with four titles, ends AQV —T, saltire stops; rev. Post-Treaty style and lettering, double saltire stops, E and pellet in centre (L.A.L. p. 223/10 var.). An extremely fine specimen, obverse read- ing apparently unpublished.

Pre-Treaty Period, Mule Series B/Series A, half-noble, obv. early open lettering, annulet stops; vev. early lettering, large E in centre, double saltire stops, lis in second quarter (cf. L.A.L. No. 6 but this reads ARGvAS). Only fine but rare.

—— Mule Series C/Series E, half-noble, obv. similar but closed lettering, annulet stops; vev. Series E initial cross and lettering, small = in centre, lis in second quarter (L.A.L. p. 25, Pt. XVII/25). Fine and rare.

Series G, half-noble, obv. late style and lettering, saltire stops; vev. late initial cross, saltire stops, pellets at sides of top lis (L.A.L.—Sub-Series Gh, Nos. 16-18). Very fine.

Treaty Period, Group A (1361-63), half-noble, obv. ‘‘tran- sitional’’ style and lettering, saltire stops; rev. irregular lettering with large F and 1, annulets at corners of panel, reads ARGUTS, lis in second quarter (L.A.L. d/8). About very fine, scarce.

Pre-Treaty Period, Mule Series G/E, quarter-noble; rev. reads GAHLORI, late initial cross (L.A.L. G/E, p. 79/2). About fine.

—— Series G, quarter-noble; vev. similar but reads GLORIA (L.A.L. G, No. 2). About fine.

Treaty Period, Group A, quarter-noble, obv. annulets at cusps, pellets in tressures; vev. annulets in corners of central cross, pellets in tressures, irregular lettering (L.A.L. g/12). Fine.

Quarter-noble, obv. trefoils at cusps, pellets in tressures; rev. similar to last (L.A.L. d/9). Fine.

Treaty Period, Group B, obv. plain tressures; rev. lis in centre, trefoils at corners of panels, lettering regular (L.A.L. a/1). Very fine.

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6 Lor 4275 —— Group A, obv. annulets at cusps, trefoils in tressures; rev. annulets in angles of cross in centre, plain cusps, pellets in

tressures (L.A.L. c/5). About fine, may have been mounted.

Silver

4276 Pre-Treaty, London, groats (6), Series B/C, C, E (2—one read- ing LOMDOM), E/F, has been mounted, Gb; half-groats (2),

Series C, Ga. Treaty, London, groat, Group B (L.A.L. 44).

Mostly very fine.

4277 York pennies (3), Pre-Treaty, G?; Treaty A; Post-Treaty, with annulet on breast. Durham pennies (6), Pre-Treaty C, E (2), G?; Treaty B (2), all with crozier. Mostly fine, some scarce.

4278 London pennies (11), ‘‘Florin’’ type (2); Pre-Treaty issue (7), Series C/A, F/G, G (5); Treaty B (2). Very fine or fine, some scarce.

4279 London halfpennies (6), Period 1335-43 (1); Period 1844-51 (4); Treaty B (1). London farthings (4), Period 1335-43 (3); Period 1344-51 (1), several varieties. Mainly fine or very fine, some scarce.

RICHARD II (1377-1399) Gold

4280* Noble, London, RICARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC DNS HIB AQT, King with shield in ship; rev. m.m. cross pattée, IHC AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDIV ILLORVM IBAT, Royal cross, R in centre, double saltire stops on both sides. Extremely fine and well-struck, very rare.

4281* Noble, London, RICARD D G REX ANGL Z FRANC D HIB Z AQ, annulet over sail; vev.m.m. cross pattée with a wedge in each angle, THC AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDIV ILLORVM IBAT, double saltire stops on both sides. Very fine and very rare.

4282* Noble, Calais, RICARD DEI GRA REX ANGL DNS HYB Z AOQVIT, flag at stern of ship; rev. m.m. cross pattée, IHC AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDIV ILLORV IBAT, double saltire stops on both sides. Extremely fine and very rare.

** Ex Walters and Bruun Collections.

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4283* Half-noble, London, Ric (over EDW) ARD DI G REX ANGL F FR DHF; rev. mM.m. Cross, DOMINE NE IN FVRORE TVO ARGVAS ME, Royal cross, R (over E) in centre. About fine, extremely rare.

4284* Quarter-noble, London, RICARD DI GRA REX ANG, shield in tressure; vev. EXALTABITVR IN GLORIA, Royal cross, pellet in centre. An abrasion on reverse, but very fine and rare.

Silver

4285 Groat, London, RICARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANCIE, facing bust; vev. TAS under posvi; Half-groat, London, similar type, civi under posvi. Very good and fine, both rare.

4286 Halfpenny, London; Pennies (2), York, one reading ANGLIE F, the other ANGLIE with cross on breast and pellets at shoulders. All fine.

HENRY IV (1399-1413)

4287 Silver—Halfpenny of heavy coinage, London; rev. cIviTAs LONDON, conjoined pellets in angles of cross (wt. 94 grs.). Weakly struck in parts, fine and very rare.

*.’ Ex Walters Collection.

4288* Gold—Noble of light coinage (1412-13), HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC DNS HIB Z A, three lis in first and fourth quarters of shield, trefoil on side of ship; rev. m.m. cross pattée, IHC AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORV IBAT, -H in central

compartment, slipped trefoil in first quarter (wt. 108.3 grs.).

An unusually fine coin and very rare.

*.” Found at Shoreham and ex Roth Collection 1917.

HENRY V (1413-1422)

4289* Noble, London, Brooke type C, HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC DNS HYB, quatrefoil after HyB, rose at wrist, annulet on rudder; rev. quatrefoil in second quarter (Num. Chron. IV, Series VI, page 200). Almost very fine, very rare.

*.” Ex Walters Collection.

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4291* Noble, London, Brooke type G, no mark at wrist,, mullet over annulet after HENRIC, annulets as stops; vev. m.m. pierced cross, mullet after mic, annulets as stops. Very fine and excessively rare.

*.’ Ex Bruun Collection.

4292* Half-noble, London, HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FR, an annulet after DI GRA REX, mullet after HENRIC, quatrefoil over sail; m.m. pierced cross, DOMINE NE I FVRORE TVO ARGVAS ME, mullet after DOMINE, an annulet after other words, Brooke type G. Almost very fine and extremely rare.

’.” Ex Brice, Montagu and Bruun Collections.

4293* Quarter-noble, London, m.m. pierced cross both sides, HENRIC REX ANGL Z FRANC, lis over shield, broken annulet to left, mullet to right, annulets on the tressure; vev. EXCVLTABITVR (sic) IN GLoRTA, trefoils at points of central compartment. Fine and very rare.

4294* Quarter-noble, London, m.m. pierced cross both sides, HENRIC DEI GRA REX ANGL, annulet stops, lis over shield, nothing at sides; rev. EXALTABITVR IN GLORIA, lis in centre of cross, Brooke type G. Extremely fine and very rare.

4295 London, groats,, mullet on breast (2); half-groats with mullet on breast (2), without (1); pennies (2), halfpennies (2); York pennies (6). Some very fine.

HENRY VI (1422-1461)

4296* Noble, London, obv. Henry V, type G, no mark at wrist, mullet after HENRIC, annulets as stops; vev. m.m. lis, mullet after IHC, annulets as stops, annulet in one spandril of tressure. Slight abrasion on obverse, very fine and extremely rare.

Ex Bruun Collection. 4297* Noble, London, lis after HENRIC, trefoils as stops, annulet at

wrist; vev. m.m. lis, mullet after mc, annulets as stops, reods MEDVM for MEDIVM. Extremely fine and rare,

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4298* Noble, London, obv. similar to last coin; rev. reads MEDIVM, trefoil in second quarter by lion’s head. Very fine and rare.

4299* Noble, London, rosette-mascle coinage, HENRIC (rosette) DI (rosette) GRA (mascle) REX (rosette) ANGL (rosette) z (rosette) FRANC (rosette) DNS (rosette) HyB, lis at wrist; vev. m.m. lis, IHC AVT TRANCIENS PER (mascle) MEDIVM ILLORV IBAT rosette stops, lis in second quarter. Very fine and very rare.

4300* Noble, Calais, Rosette coinage, flag at stern of ship, lis at wrist, rosette after each word of legend; vev. m.m. lis, reading TRANSIENS, rosette stops. Very fine and very rare.

*.’ Ex Murchison, Lake-Price, Montagu and Roth Collections.

4301* Quarter-noble, London, m.m. lis both sides, single lis above shield and a pellet at point of shield. A litle ragged but very fine and extremely rare.

4302 Silver—London, pine-cone mascle halfpenny; leaf-trefoil groat; leaf-pellet groats (2); cross-pellet groat; Calais rosette-mascle groat; annulet issue half-groat. Some very fine.

EDWARD IV (First Reign, 1461-1470)

4303* Light Coinage rose ryal, London, EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL FRANC DNS 1B, King standing in ship, rose on side of ship; rev. m.m. crown, IHC AVT TRANSIES PER MEDIVM ILLORVM IBAT,

rose upon a radiate sun. Very fine.

4304* Rose ryal, reading DEI; vev. m.m. long cross fitchée, reading TRANSIENS. Extremely fine and rare.

4305* Rose ryal, reading pi; vev. m.m. long cross fitchée, reading TRANSIENS and MEDVM. Very fine, rare.

4306* Rose half-ryal, Bristol, B in waves; vev. m.m. sun and crown, DOMINE NE IN FVRORE TVO ARGVS ME. Very fine and very rare.

4307 Rose half-ryal, York, E in waves; rev. m.m. sun over crown, reading ARGVAS. Weakly struck on King’s name, fine and rare, a

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4308* Quarter-ryal, London, m.m. crown on both sides, EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL, shield, E above, lis below, rose to left, sun to to right; rev. EXALTABITVTVR (sic) IN GLOR, rose on radiate sun. Snick in edge, otherwise fine and a very rare reading.

4309* Quarter-ryal, London, m.m. sun, EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL, shield, E above, lis below, sun to left, rose to right trefoils in spandrils; rev. m.m. crown, EXALTABITVR (lis) IN (lis) GLORIA. Fine and very rare.

4310* Angel, London, m.m. short cross fitchée, EDWARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC, trefoil stops; vev. PER CRVSE TVA SALVA NOS XPC REDETOR, E to left and rose to right of mast. Very fine and rare.

4311 Heavy Coinage, London, groats (2), m.m. cross fleury, lis on neck, pellets at crown, rev. m.m. lis, pellets in two quarters; m.m. rose, crescent on breast, quatrefoils beside neck, rev. m.m, rose. Both very fine and rare.

4312 —— London, groat, m.m. rose on both sides, quatrefoils beside neck, tiny trefoil on bust, vev. eye after TAS; and a heavy (?) halfpenny, m.m. indistinct, quatrefoils beside neck. Extremely fine and fine, both rare.

4313* —— York, penny of Archbishop Booth, m.m. indistinct, quatre- foil beside neck; vev. CIVITAS EBORACI, without quatrefoil in centre of cross. As fine as struck, extremely rare.

‘.’ Ex Walters and H. G. C. Day Collections.

4314 Light Coinage, London, groats, m.m.s, rose both sides (3)—(a) nothing beside neck, (b) annulets beside neck, (c) quatre- foils beside neck; m.m. crown on obv., sun on rev. (2), quatrefoils beside neck; m.m. long cross fitchée on obv., sun on rev. (2), trefoils beside neck. All fine or better, several rare.

4315 Light Coinage, Canterbury half-groat, m.m. pall, Bouchier knot below bust; pennies of York (3), George Neville, G and key beside bust, m.m.s sun, lis, long cross fitchée; pennies of Durham (4), m.m. rose, B and Pp beside bust: m.m. sun, m.m, cross (2). Mostly fine, some rare,

1] Lot HENRY VI (Restored, 1470-1471)

4316* Angel, London, without m.m. HENRICVS DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANCIE, St. Michael slaying dragon; vev. m.m. Restora- tion cross, PER CRVSE TVA SALVA NOS XPC REDET, H and lis beside mast of ship. Very fine and very rare.

4317* Angel, London, obv. from same die as last coin; vev. m.m. Restoration cross to left of mast, legend ends REDETOR. Fine and very rare.

4318 Groat, London, m.m. cross pattée on obv., Restoration cross on rev. Very fine.

EDWARD IV (Second Reign, 1471-1483)

4319* Angel, London, m.m. annulet on obverse only, EDWARD DEI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC; veU. PER CRVSE TVA SALVA NO XPC REDETOR, E and rose beside mast of ship, trefoil stops. Very fine and rare.

4320* Angel, London, m.m. cross with four pellets in angles; vev. m.m. cross pierced without pellet, PER CRVCEM TVA SALVA NOS XPC REDEMPT, trefoil stops. Very fine and rare.

*.’ Ex Walters Collection.

4321* Angel, London, m.m. cross with pellet in fourth quarter on both sides, saltire stops. Very fine.

4322* Angel, London, m.m. cinquefoil on both sides; vev. legend ends REDEMT, Saltire stops. Very fine.

4323* Angelet, London, m.m. cross (over annulet) on both sides, EDWARD DEI GRA ANGLE; rev. O CRVX AVE (rose) SPES VNICA. Very fine but cracked, very rare.

‘.” Ex Montagu and Murdoch Collections.

4324 Groats, London (4), m.m.s annulet, cross and pellet in one angle, cinquefoil (2) with rose on breast; half-groat, Canterbury, m.m. rose on both sides, c on breast. All fine or better.

4325 Pennies, York, Archbishop Neville, m.m. rose (4), nothing beside neck, G and key beside neck, © and rose beside neck (2); Pennies, Durham (5), Bishop Booth (2), Vacancy (2), Bishop Dudley (1). Mostly very fine for these ill-struck coins.

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4326* Angel, London, m.m. halved sun and rose on both sides, RICARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC, St. Michael slaying dragon; rev. PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPC REDEMPT, R and rose beside mast of ship. Very fine and very rare.

4327 Groat, London, m.m. boar’s head on both sides, without pellet under bust, RICARD DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC. Very fine.

HENRY VII (1485-1509)

4328* Angel, group I, m.m. rose, over another mark, on both sides, HENRIC DI GRA REX ANGL Z FRANC, St. Michael with one foot on dragon; vev. PER CRVSEM TVAM SALVA NOS XPC RED, H (over R) and rose beside mast. About very fine and very vare.

4329* Angel, group III, m.m. anchor on both sides, HENRIC DI GRA REX AGLIE Z FRA, St. Michael with both feet on dragon; rev. PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPE RED. Fine.

4330* Angel, group V, m.m. crosslet and pheon on both sides, HENRIC DI GRA REX AGLIE Z FRA; vev, PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPC RED, saltire stops. Very fine and a very rare variety.

4331 Angelet, group V, m.m. pheon both sides, HENRIC DI GRA REX AGL Z; rev. O CRVX AVE SPES VNICA. Very good, rare.

4332 Groats (2), group IIb, without m.m., crosses beside neck, reads HENRI, trefoil stops on obv. stars on rev.; Group III, m.m. cinquefoil both sides; halfpenny, Group III, without m.m., rosette stops. All fine, the first rare.

4333* Groat, Group IV, m.m. greyhound’s head on obv., rose on rev. Faulty metal streaks, very fine and extremely rare.

** Ex Walters Collection,

4334 Groats, London, Group III, m.m.s anchor (3), one reading DONLON, greyhound’s head; half-groats, Group IIIb, m.m. lis (2); groats, Group V, m.m.s crosslet, pheon; half-groat, Group V, m.m. lis. Mostly fine.

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HENRY VIII (1509-1547)

4335* Sovereign, Second Coinage, m.m. lis (over sunburst), HENRICVS DEI GRACIA REX ANGLIE ET FRANC DNS HIB, King enthroned, portcullis below; vev. m.m. arrow, IHESVS AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDIVM ILLORVM 1BAT, shield on Tudor rose. Very fine and very rare.

** Ex Rostron and ‘‘Astronomer’’ Collections.

4336* Angel, First Coinage, m.m. portcullis, both sides, HENRIC VIII DI GRA REX AGL Z FR; rev. PER CRVCE TVA SALVA NOS XPE REDE. Very fine.

‘. Ex Sir John Evans Collection.

4337 Angel, m.m. portcullis both sides, obv. legend ends FRA; rev. REDET. Very fine.

4338 Angel, m.m. castle, obv. legend ends FR; rev. REDET. Very fine.

4339* Angel, Third Coinage, m.m. lis on both sides, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX, annulet by Angel’s head, and on side of ship; vev. legend ends REDE. Very fine.

4340* Half-angel, Third Coinage, m.m. lis on both sides, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FR Z HIB REX, Saltire stops; vev. O CRVX AVE SPES VNICA, annulet stops and an annulet on side of ship. Very fine and rare.

4341* Crown of the double rose, Second Coinage, m.m. rose both sides, HENRIC VIII RVTILANS ROSA SINE SPIA, crowned H.K at sides of crowned double rose; rev. DEI G. R. AGLIE Z FRANC DNS HIBERNIE, crowned shield, nothing at sides, Lombardic letters both sides. Fine.

4342* —— Another, m.m. lis both sides, reading sprna with a Roman Nn,

crowned H.K both sides, Lombardic letters except N in SPINA. Extremely fine but edge ragged.

4343* —— Coinage 1544-47, Crown, m.m. E (Lombardic) on both sides, HENRIC 8 ROSA SINE SPINE; vev. DEI GRA ANGL FRA Z HIB REX, crowned H.R, both sides. Very fine but weakly struck, very rare,

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4344* —_ Coinage 1546-49, Bristol, m.m. W.S. (W. Sharington) on rev. only, HENRIC 8 ROSA (rose) SINE (rose) SPINE (large open trefoil); rev. D.G. ANGLIE (rose) FRA Z HIB REX (quatrefoil), crowned HR both sides. Extremely fine, rare.

4345* Another reading HENRIC (trefoil) 8 (trefoil) ROSA (lis) SINE (quatre- foil), SPINE (rose); vev. W.S. in mon., D.G. ANGLIE (open quatrefoil) FRA Z HIB (trefoil?) REX (trefoil), crowned H.R. both sides, pellet at seven o’clock in field on both sides. Fine and rare.

*.’ Ex Clarke-Thornhill Collection.

4346* Half crown, Second Coinage, m.m. arrow both sides, HENRIC 8 DI G R ANGL Z FRA; rev. RVTILANS ROSA SINE SPINA, H.I at sides of rose and shield. Slightly cracked, about very fine, very rare.

4347* Half-sovereign, coinage of 1544-47, m.m. annulet with pellet both sides, HENRIC 8 DI GRA AGL FRANCIE Z HIB REX, King enthroned; rev. IHS AVTEM TRANCIENS PER MEDIVM ILLOR 1BAT, Arms with supporters (Roman letters). Very fine but weakly struck.

4348* Half-sovereign, coinage of 1544-47, m.m. S on both sides, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRANCIE Z HIB REX (Lombardic letters); rev. THS AVTE TRANSIE PER MEDIV ILLOR IBAT (Roman letters), Lombardic E below shield. Very fine and with a good portrait.

4349 Silver—Groat, First Coinage, London, m.m. portcullis; Second Coinage, groats (2), London, m.m. rose, m.m. lis; half- groats (2), m.m. lis; ‘‘Sovereign’’ penny, m.m. arrow on obv. only. Mostly very fine.

4350 York, half-groats (2), first coinage, Cardinal’s hat and keys, m.m. flaming star, second coinage, m.m.cross voided; Canterbury half-groats (3), second coinage, Archbishop Warham, w.a. by shield, m.m. pomegranate (?) on obv, rose on rev.; m.m. uncertain object obv. and rev; Archbishop Cranmer, tc by shield, m.m. catherine wheel on oby; pennies of Durham (3), first coinage, Bishop Ruthall, m.m. lis; second coinage, Bishop Tunstall, m.m. star on obv. only (2), c.p. at sides of shield. Some very fine and rare.

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4351* Testoon, London, m.m. annulet with pellet both sides, HENRIC 8 D. G. AGL FRA Z HIB HIB, annulet on inner circle under H of second HIB, facing bust; vev. POSVI DEVM ADIVTORIVM MEVM, annulet on inner circle under first M of MEVM, crowned rose, H R at sides. Unusually fine, very rare.

4352* Testoon, London, m.m. annulet with pellet both sides, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX; rev. as last coin. Very fine for this, rare.

4353* Testoon, London, m.m. S on both sides, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX; rev. CIVITAS LONDON. Striking split, fine portrait, very fine and rare.

4354* Testoon, Bristol, m.m. WS (W. Sharington) on rev. only, HENRIC 8 D G ANGL FRAN Z HIB REX; 7€U. CIVITAS BRISTOLIE separated by two lis and a rose. Fine for this, rare.

4355 Groats, Civitas London (2), without m.m., s. in forks of cross, s and E in forks; half-groat without m.m., s and £ in forks; penny; groats, Bristol, m.m. W.S. on rev. only (2), lis in forks, pellet in field under left side of shield; half-groat, Bristol, m.m. WS on rev. only, trefoils in forks, pellet in field at left. Mostly very fine.

EDWARD VI (1547-1553)

4356* Gold—Coinage with name of Henry VIII (1547-50), half- sovereign, m.m. E on rev. only, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX, young King enthroned; rev. IHS AVTE TRANSIE PER

MEDI ILLOR IBA, Arms and supporters, Roman E below. Fine.

4357* Half-sovereign, m.m. arrow both sides, HENRIC 8 D G AGL FRANC Z HIB REX; vev. IHS AVTEM TRANSIENS PER MEDI ILLOR IBAT. Very fine for this, rare.

4358* Half-crown, HENRIC 8 D G AG FR Z HI REX, H R at sides of shield; vev. m.m. annulet with pellet (?), RVTILANS RSA SINE SPT,

lozenge stops HR at sides of rose. Possibly has been mounted, fine and very rare.

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4359 Silver—Groats, London, reading Posvi DEVM, etc., m.m. arrow both sides (2), K on obv. only, K on rev. only, lis on both sides, grapple on rev. only; Southwark, m.m. martlet on both sides; York, without m.m.; York half-groat with m.m.; London penny without m.m. Some very fine and rare.

4360* Coinage bearing name of Edward VI, Gold, Second period, sovereign, m.m. y both sides, EDWARD VI DEI GRA AGL FRAN ET HIBER REX, King enthroned; rev. IHS AVTE TRANSIENS PER MEDIV ILLORV IBAT, Arms and supporters. An unusually well-spread coin, very rare.

‘.” Ex Murdoch, Thorburn and Sir Augustus Prevost Collections.

4361* Second Period, Half-sovereign, m.m. swan both sides, EDWARD VI D.G, AGL FRA Z HIB REX, crowned bust to right; rev. SCVTVM FIDEI PROTEGIT EVM. Very fine with a fine portrait.

*.’ Ex Clarke-Thornhill Collection.

4362* Quarter-sovereign, m.m. y on both sides, EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX, crowned bust to right; rev. SCVTVM FIDEI PROTEG EVM. Very fine for this very rare coin. ‘. Ex Sir John Evans Collection. 4363*——— Half-quarter-sovereign, m.m. arrow both sides, EDWARD VI

D G AG FR Z HI REX, crowned bust to right; rev. sCVTVM

FIDEI PROTEGET EVM. Particularly fine for this very rare coin.

Ex Russell, Brice, Murchison, Bergne, Montagu and Roth Collections.

4364* Third Period, Half-sovereign, m.m. tun both sides, EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX, half-length figure of King with sword; rev. IHS AVTEM TRANSIE PER MEDI ILLO TBAT, crowned shield, E.R, at sides. Extremely fine and rare.

4365* Silver, Second Period, Shilling, 1549, m.m. grapple both sides, EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIB REX, crowned bust to right; vev. TIMOR DOMINI FONS MDXLIX, Arms, E R at sides. Very fine for this, and rare.

4366* Another, dated 1549, with m.m. Y both sides. Fine portrait.

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4368* Shilling, m.m. rose both sides, dated 1551. Fine and very rare.

4369 Shillings (4), Irish brass shillings 1549, m.m, harp (2), m.m. Y, 1551 base silver m.m. harp. Fine for these.

4370 Third Period, Crown, 1551, m.m. y on both sides, EDWARD VI D.G. AGL. FRANC Z HIBER REX, King on horseback to right; veU. POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEV, shield on cross (Lingford A-1). Good only.

*.’ Ex Yates Collection.

4371 Crown, 1551, m.m. y both sides, reading FRA on obv. (L. C-10). Fine.

4372* Crown, 1551, m.m. y both sides, reading FRANC on oby, DEV and MEvM on rey. (L. A-9). Very fine and rare.

4373 Crown, 1551, m.m. y both sides, reading FRA on oby., DEV ADIVTOREM MEVM (L. E-9). Fine, rare.

4374* Crown, 1551, m.m. tun both sides, reading FRANCI Z HIB REX on obv. and DEVM ADIVTORE MEVvM (L. Z-12). Fine for this very rare mint mark on 1551.

’. Ex Young and Francis Collections.

4375* Crown, 1553/2, m.m. tun on both sides, EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIBER REX; ve€v., POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEVM (L. Z-12). Very fine and very rare so fine.

4376* Half-crown, 1551, m.m. y both sides, EDWARD VI D G AGLIE FRAN Z HIB REX, King on walking horse; rev. POSVI DEV ADIVTORE MEV, shield on cross. Unusually fine and well spread, rare.

*.’ Ex Doulton Collection.

4377* Half-crown, 1551, m.m. tun both sides, EDWARD VI D G AGL FRA Z HIBE REX, King on galloping horse; rev. POSVI DEVM ADIVTORE MEV. Very fine and very rare.

Ex M. A. Brigg Collection.

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4378 Shillings (2) with bust facing, m.m. y both sides, reading DEVM MEVM, m.m. tun both sides, reading DEV MEV; Sixpence, m.m. y both sides. Last two very fine.

MARY and PHILIP & MARY (1553-1558)

4379* Gold—Angel, MARIA (pomegranate) D G ANG FRA Z HIB REGIN, St. Michael slaying dragon; rev. A DNO FACTV EST ISTVD (pomegranate) Z EST MIRABI, M and rose at sides of mast of ship. A slight crack in edge, very fine and rare.

4380 Silver—Groats of Mary (2), Philip and Mary, groats (4), m.m. lis on both sides; pennies (2) of Mary, without bust, m.m. halved rose and H Mostly very good.

4381 Philip and Mary, shillings, English title only, 1555 (2), busts facing, legends on one have uneven-sized lettering. One fine.

ELIZABETH (1558-1603) Gold

4382* Sovereign of thirty shillings, m.m. escallop (over A) on both sides, ELIZABETH D.G. ANG FRA ET HIB REGINA, Queen enthroned, the back of throne decorated with pellets; veu. A DNO FACTV EST ISTVD ET EST MIRAB IN OCVLIS NRS, shield on rose. Almost extremely fine.

* * Ex Wilcox Collection.

4383* Another, m.m. escallop on both sides, the back of throne decor- ated with annulets; rev. legend ends nrIs. Very fine and toned.

4384* Another, m.m. escallop on both sides, the back of throne decor- ated with pellet and annulets and pellets; rev. ends nrs. Very fine and a very rare variety.

4385* Angel, m.m. cross (over eglantine) on both sides, ELIZABETH D G ANG FR ET HI REGINA, St. Michael slaying dragon; rev. A DNO FACTVM EST ISTVD ET EST MIRABI, E and rose at sides of mast of ship. Very fine, rare.

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