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(L775) Ancient British, Celtic coin of the Iceni, An early Uninscribed, silver stater of the 'Bury' Type, Spink ref no 432, Head right / Horse left, with edge chips, NF/GF

GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(L776) A Septimius Severus, silver denarius, Rome Mint 197A.D., reverse reads:- {MVNI] FICENTIA AVG, Elephant walking right, the piece commemorates the games put on by Severus for the populace, small flan but of good metal and decoration on elephant visible, scarce GVF

GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(L777) A Carausius billon antoninianus, London Mint 286-287 A.D., reverse reads:- CONCORDIA AVG, in exergue 'RSR', Clasped right hands, Sear ref 13564, struck on a small irregular flan but a clear example of this scarce type,

GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(L993) A Roman Silver antoninianus for Salonina, with the reverse showing Venus, Struck in the Cologne Mint in Germany 257-259 A.D, Please see Sear no 10655, for more details

GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(L994) A Roman Silver looking antoninianus for Gordian III , The reverse is Fortuna, and the coin was struck in the Rome Mint between 243-244 A.D., Please see Sear no 8612 for more details (History for Gordian who ruled from 238 -244AD, known as "the Boy Emperor,"he was 13 years old when he became emperor. His rule was successful and just, largely due to the influence of his adviser, Timesithius. But after the death of Timesitheus in A.D. 243, the still teen-aged Gordian was easy prey for the scheming Philip I, who turned the army against him. To this day Gordian's death is surrounded in mystery, and few believe with Philip's assertion to the Senate that he Gordian died a natural death.)

GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(L996) A Roman Silver looking antoninianus for Gordian III , this is a Postums issue with the reverse Moneta, and stamped in the Cologne Mint between 262 AD -265 AD (See Sears No 10962 for details) History for Gordian who ruled from 238 -244AD, known as "the Boy Emperor," He was 13 years old when he became emperor. His rule was successful and just, largely due to the influence of his adviser, Timesithius. But after the death of Timesitheus in A.D. 243, the still teen-aged Gordian was easy prey for the scheming Philip I, who turned the army against him. To this day Gordian's death is surrounded in mystery, and few believe with Philip's assertion to the Senate that he Gordian died a natural death.

GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(L1036) A Silver Three Mark Coin being from Prussia and the coin is A mint marked. The coin is dated 1908 and is in used but very good condition. It has the GOTT MIT UNS inscription around the edge.

GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

BANK NOTES

(K829) A German issued 5 reichsmark note that was used in P.O.W. Camps. The note has been used, worn and has a period repair to the back. Very unusual to find and given the material and relevance of the item, it is surprising it has lasted this long. This is the first one we have had to offer in 10 years. Taking into account it's age, in very good condition.

GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(K1453) A WWII Set of 3 French two franc Notes. These are what are called Occupation Currency and are 1944 issues. They are all complete and in good condition and priced each at

GBP 3.50 (UK Pounds)


(K1455) A Set of 5 Bank Notes from the 1910-1940 period. One of the notes has a sticky tape repair, a French note, others have signatures written to them, but all are still in reasonable condition. For the set

GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)



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