1 Hansons Auctioneers and Valuers December Historica, Coins, Banknotes & Antiquities, Two Day Auction. - Webcast Only. Collection & Viewing By Appointment Only. VIEWING BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - PLEASE CONTACT: Heage Lane Etwall Derbyshire DE65 6LS United Kingdom Started 09 Dec :30 GMT Lot Description 1 Iron age coin die/potin matrix. The Portable Antiquities Scheme record for this die, SUR-08FD05, states:a copper alloy die matrix used to create casting moulds for the production of Soissons Eye Boar type potins, which are typically identified as a Continental/Belgic import type originating from the...[more] 2 Late Bronze Age Axe Head. Circa, 1000 B.C. Copper-alloy, 300grams. 100mm x 42mm. A nice example of a square-mouthed socketed and looped axe. Detailed with double banded collar. Ref: S. M. Price, Bronze Age Metalwork. p. 53. fig, 19 a. 3 Bronze Age Axe Hammer. Circa, BC. Stone, 1340 grams.143mm x 72mm x 64mm. A finely worked stone with a large socket, rounded hammer face and sharp blade.ref: see,cbaresearch report NO. 23, Stone Axe Studies, Clough and Cummins (1979), page 14 for chronology of stone axe/hammers).ex Joh...[more] 4 Neolithic Axehead. Circa, BC. Stone,143mm x 45mm x 21mm, 220g. A very well worked polished flint axe of Danish origins. 5 Luristan Bronze 'Master of Animals' Sceptre Finial.Circa, 1000BC. Copper-alloy, 204mm x 90mm, 216g. A cast bronze figure of human form holding two stylised double headed animals, on in each hand. Ex John Moor collection, York. 6 Late Bronze Age Ingot.Bronze bun-shaped ingot. 74mm x 57mm x 26mm, 399.7g. Found in Bedfordshire, UK. 7 Bronze Age Awl Group. A group of four bronze woodworking or leatherworking tools dating from c BC onwards. Largest 89mm. Cf. PASPUBLIC-B17CE5 8 Celtic / Romano-British Brooches.Circa, 1st century BC- 1st century AD. Copper-alloy, 36mm and 32mm. Two penannular brooches with coiled terminals. Ref: Hattatt's Ancient Brooches. p.340. fig Two Neolithic leaf-shaped flint arrowheads Largest 26mm. 10 Iron Age Ring. Circa, 100 BC-100 AD. Copper-alloy, 26mm diameter x 11mm, 12.2g. A bronze coiled or spiral type ring of three plain coils. Ref: for similar see, PAS: YORYM-7BA8DC. 11 Neolithic Adze.Circa, 4000 BC-2350 BC. Stone, mm, mm. A whiteflint axe found on the Isle of Wight. Ref: for similar see, PAS: IOW-3B87BD. 12 Neolithic Polished Axe. Circa, BC. Stone, mm, mm. A white flint polished axe. Found on the Isle of White. Ref: For similar see, PAS: IOW-E209C7
2 13 Bronze Age Flint Arrow Head. Circa, BC. Stone, 1.76 g, mm. Semi-translucent flint tanged and barbed arrowhead. The form was well-adapted for hunting, being liable to promote both tissue damage and blood loss on a quarry which might then be trailed by hounds.found on the Isle of Whit...[more] 14 Neolithic Arrow Head. Circa, BC. Stone, 3.61 g, mm. A leaf-shaped flint arrowhead. Found on the Isle of White. 15 Iron Age Pestles.Circa, 300 BC-200 AD. Two pestles that would have been used with a mortar piece to grind cosmetic powders such as woad. Ref: see, PAS: LIN-2DCB Neolithic Adze mm, mm.circa, 4000 BC-2350 BC. Stone, grams mm x 47.4mm x 32.0mm. a flint axe found on the Isle of Wight and recorded on the PAS database as: IOW-3B87BD. 17 Bronze Age Chape. Circa, 1500 BC-700 BC. Copper-alloy, 9.13 g, mm. A moustache type chape or terminal, usually referred to as unidentified objects.these objects are thought to date from the Middle Bronze Age to theiron Age, after the discovery of one in the Salisbury Hoard (Stead, 1998, no....[more] 18 Celtic Terret Ring. Circa, 100 BC-100 AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. Decorated with three pellet in ring motifs on each. Ref: Mills, Celtic & Roman Artefacts. p Small Bronze Age Chisel. Circa, BC. Copper-alloy, g, mm. formed of a long square sectioned tang that tappers to a point and a triangular blade with curved cutting edge. Ref: for similar see, PAS: IOW-C695CB SUR-6751DB, SOM , NMS- 5EB338 and LEIC-90F47D 20 Celtic / Roman Toggle. Circa, 1st century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. A dumbbell type button / toggle formed of two semicircular terminals with a narrow flared collar between. Ref: see, PAS: NLM-5D Celtic Group.Circa, 1st century AD. Comprising a very small terret ring and a ribbed type belt fitting. 22 Artefact Group.A good selection of Roman and medieval items including Lock pin terminals, strap-ends and various other pieces. Strap end 61mm. 23 Roman Zoomorphic Handle.Circa, 3rd-4th century AD. Copper-alloy, 469 grams. 133mm diameter x 184mm x 45mm. A circular boss type mount from a casket in the form of a lions head holding a ring in its mouth. The main detail of the lion's face are cast in relief with the finer details being engraved. 24 Roman finger ring with horse and rider 25 Roman Artefact Group.Circa, 1st-3rd century AD. The lot includes, three roman brooches. A crossbow type, A gilded centre-boss type brooch with conical glass centre and a T-shape allied type brooch. Also included is a stylised form phallic mount. Crossbow brooch 72mm, phallus 31mm. Ref: Hattatt's An...[more] 26 Roman Bronze Arrow Head. 27 Roman Snake Ring. A silver penannular finger ring detailed with stylised snake headed terminals and incised chevrons around the band. Ref: for similar see. PAS: NMS-1FFD6E. 27mm x 6mm, 6.3g. 28 Roman Figural Mount. Circa, 2nd-3rd century AD. Copper-alloy, 83mm x 72mm g. A cast bronze mount or fitting in the form of a square plinth surmounted by a female bust facing with her head turned slightly left. Possibly a piece of high status box/chest furniture.
3 29 Roman Zoomorphic Furniture Mount. Circa 2nd-4th century AD. Copper-alloy, 26mm diameter x 14mm, 11.7g. A roundel type box or chest mount in the stylised form of a lion's head. Similar pieces were found during excavations atskeleton Green, Hertfordshire, in association with mid-1st to 2nd century b...[more] 30 Roman Finger from a Statue. Circa, 1st century AD. Copper-alloy,80mm x 40mm, 116.9g.Partially melted and found in the St Albans (Roman Veralamium) area and potentially related to the burning of the city by Boudicca in 61 AD. 31 Roman trumpet style plate brooch, tinned on the front face. 40mm x 28mm, 14.4g. 32 Roman Finger Ring. Circa, 2nd-3rd century AD. Copper-alloy, 22mm x 19mm diameter (18mm internal) x 11mm, 3.6g. D-shaped with wide plain shoulders and flat bezel. At the centre of the bezel is a circular setting that would have originally held a stone or intaglio. 33 Artefacts Group.Circa, 1st-2nd century AD. A good assortment of pieces to include: A Romano-British button and loop fastener (toggle), a Roman votive axe and a zoomorphic duck brooch. Axe 33mm x 25mm, 11.5g. 34 Roman Brooch Group.Circa, 1st - 2nd century AD. Largest 70mm. Various types, some with pins. 35 Roman Ring Key. Circa, 1st-4th century AD. Copper-alloy, 37mm x 24mm, 17.5g. A very nice example in a great state of preservation. Ref: Mills, Celtic & Roman Artefacts. p.84. fig. RB Roman Zoomorphic BroochCirca 2nd century AD. Copper-alloy, 30mm x 28mm, 9.9g. A plate brooch in the form of a stylised bird decorated with chased zigzag border. Ref: Hattatt. p Roman Zoomorphic Brooch Group. Circa, 2nd century AD. A good selection of animal type brooches to include, A hare/rabbit type, Duck, double headed S-type and another with a bear's head terminal. Largest 33mm. 38 Roman Silver Cube Pendant. Circa, 4th century AD. Silver, 1.2 grams. 5mm x 5mm x 5mm, loop 8mm. The cube is perforated through two faces and has a loop of silver wire passing through them. The other four faces are decorated with engraved designs of a capricorn (half fish/half goat), a helmeted head...[more] 39 Roman Anthropomorphic Mount. Circa 2nd-4th century AD. Copper-alloy, 38mm x 28mm, 21.3g. A vessel mount in the form of a draped male bust with a single fixing lug on the reverse. Ref: Mills, Celtic & Roman Artefacts. p.132. fig.r Roman silver ToT ring. A silver finger ring having flared sub-triangular shoulders with ring-and-dot decoration and a flat circular bezel inscribed with ToT for Totatis/Toutatis. A war God worshipped in Britain and Gaul, Toutatis had a cult dedicated to him in the Roman East Midlands, as evidenced...[more] 41 Roman Bracelet / Armlet. Circa, 2nd-4th century AD. Copper-alloy, 69mm x 61mm x 4mm. Formed of an oval sectioned ring decorated with a single incised band. Possibly of continental manufacture. 42 Roman Spatula. Circa, 2nd-3rd century AD. Copper-alloy, 129mm x 15mm, 33.5g. A stylus with spatula end for writing and erasing text written on wax tablets. A scarce piece in this state of preservation. Ref: Mills, Celtic & Roman Artefacts. p.95. fig. R Roman bust of a wrestler steelyard weight. A cast lead-alloy steelyard weight in the form of a muscled male bust. The head is bald and topped with the remnants of a broken suspension loop 43mm, 56.6g. Recorded with the Portable Antiquities SchemeWAW-D5B7D Roman Brooches.Circa, 2nd-3rd century AD. Copper-alloy, largest 52mm. Three brooches of various styles including a trumpet type.
4 45 Roman Artefacts Group. A selection of pieces including, various brooch types, cosmetic tools, knife handle and bracelet terminal. Largest brooch 48mm. 46 Roman Artefacts.Circa, 1st-4th century AD. An interesting group of artefacts, mostly brooches of various type, including a disc brooch 32mm diameter. Also included are rings, a key handle and spoon stem. 47 Roman Artefact Group. Circa, 1st-3rd century AD. A good selection of items that includes a glass bead, nail cleaner, a pin and a ring formed from a bracelet terminal along with a nice zoomorphic buckle. Buckle 26mm. 48 Roman trefoil bronze key handle. A large cast bronze trifoliate key handle. The base has a socket where an iron key shank would have been fixed. 67mm x 48mm x14mm. 85.2g. Cf. Mills ' Celtic & Roman Artefacts ' RB245a. 1st - 4th century AD. 49 Roman Fibula arm brooch in the form of a arm with bangles top and bottom pin still attached with small amounts of original enamel present. Approximately 4cm x 3cm.39g. 50 Terracotta Oil Lamp.Roman style with a scallop shell type design in the centre. Old label attached to the base. 106mm. 51 Roman Erotic Scene Knife Handle. A bronze knife handle depicting an erotic scene involving three participants. A male figure grips a females lower legs under his arms whilst she leans backwards and is supported by a kneeling (?)male figure beneath her, facing away. 52mm x 24mm, 30g. Compare PASWAW...[more] 52 Roman Glass Scent Bottle and Spoon.Circa, 2nd-4th century AD. 172mm high. An aqua blue glass vessel with long fluted neck and bulbous body accompanied by a small ladle type spoon with a decorative terminal. 53 Roman Cosmetic Set. Circa, 1st-2nd century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. Tweezers, nail cleaner and tooth pick suspended from a decorative crescent shaped suspension loop. The tooth pick implement is incomplete. Ref: for similar, see, PAS: YORYM- F Roman Brooch. Circa, 2nd-3rd century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. P-shaped bow brooch with wide spring bar and long catch plate. Ref: Hattatt's Ancient Brooches, p.367. fig Roman Zoomorphic Brooch. Circa, 2nd century AD. Copper-alloy, 4.28 g, mm. A plate brooch in the form of a fish with the eye and body filled with blue enamel and three circular panels containing green enamel. Ref: Hattatt's Ancient Brooches, p.362. fig Roman Zoomorphic Brooch. Circa, 2nd century AD. Copper-alloy, 8.04 g, mm. An enamelled brooch in the stylised form of a duck with a long neck and spatulate-shaped bill. The body is detailed with Blue, green and yellow enamelled panels. Ref: Hattatt's Ancient Brooches. p.360. fig Roman Brooch. Circa, 2nd-3rd century AD. Copper-alloy, 8.04 g, mm. A very well preserved crossbow associated type brooch complete with pin. Ref: Hattatt's Ancient Brooches, p Roman Peacock. Circa, 2nd-4th century AD. Copper-alloy, 8.95 g, mm. A protome in the form of a peacock with a tall crest on its head, no tail but a rivet in its place. Thought to be mounts from caskets or lamp stands. The peacock was a cult emblem of Juno who was the consort of Jupiter and mo...[more] 59 Roman Enamel Brooch. Circa, 1st-2nd century AD. Copper-alloy, 8.54 g, mm. An early form of umbonate type plate brooch. The central dome is divided by a cross with a circle at its centre. Detailed with red and yellow enamel alternating in the four quarters. Ref: Hattatt's Ancient Brooches, p.3...[more]
5 60 Roman Brooch. Circa, 2nd century AD. Copper-alloy, 7.29 g, mm. Enamelled disc brooch with centre boss and six peripheral lugs. Ref: Hattatt's Ancient Brooches. p.345. fig Viking Axe.Circa, 9th century AD. Iron, 800 grams. 192mm x 104mm x 50mm. A forged bearded type axe, found near York in Anglo-Saxon Tool.Circa, AD. Iron, 436 grams. 550mm x 30mm. A rare iron sword beater or weaving baton. The baton is very similar to an example from Coppergate, York which is published as number 4419 in the YAT Fasicules (Textile Production at Coppergate). The Coppergate example was fou...[more] 64 Viking Stirrup Mount.Circa, 11th century AD. Copper-alloy, x mm. A very nice example detailed with the image of a howling beast.williams' Class A, Type 11. Ref: D. Williams: Late Anglo-Saxon Stirrup Mounts. 65 Anglo-Saxon Gold Aestal Terminal.Circa AD. Gold, 1.1 grams mm x 9.3 mm. A beautiful piece of Anglo-Saxon treasure in the form a gold terminal from an aestal or composite pin. The terminal comprises a hollow, spherical head attached to a hollow neck, both made from thin gold sheet. T...[more] 66 Viking Pin Set circa 11th century AD. Copper-alloy, Pin:125mm x 8mm, chain: 165mm. 20.6g. Scandinavian in origin and comprising: a long hairpin with ear scoop, chain with a cross-shaped link detailed with pellet in ring motifs and a rectangular suspension clip. 67 Anglo-Saxon Spearhead Circa AD Iron, 278 grams. 341mm.Swanton Group E2. Formed of a kite shaped blade with short concave upper sides and long socket. The socket contains traces of mineralised wood.recorded on the PAS database asswyor- EB7AA Anglo-Saxon Brooch.Circa, 7th century AD. Copper-alloy, 8.35 grams mm. A Frankish type equal-armed brooch detailed with a series of deep incised lines. Ref: British Artefacts, vol 2. p.35. Accompanied by an old dealer ticket, found Suffolk. 69 Anglo-Saxon Sword Guard. Circa, AD. Iron, 98mm x 29mm x 22mm, 228g. The guard would have fitted to the tang between the grip and the base of the blade.recorded on the PAS database asswyor- 1590A Viking silver ring. Circa 10th century AD. A rope style ring formed of two plaited graduated bands. Ref: British Artefacts, Vol 3. p.61. Purchased Chester antiques fair 1990's. 26mm x 4mm, 5.0g. 71 Byzantine Reliquary Cross. Copper-alloy, grams mm. Circa 10th-12th century AD. A large two parttwo part, hinged bronze reliquary cross, which is complete and apparently unopened.this unusual cross portrays, on one side, Christ with arms extended, wearing a robe (columbium) with cros...[more] 72 Anglo-Saxon Knives.Circa, AD. Five iron blades all recovered from the same site in the Craven district of North Yorkshire and recorded on the PAS database as:swyor ,swyor-14a685,swyor-13ff91,swyor-142dd2,swyor-14d Anglo-Saxon Strap-End.Circa, 8th-9th century AD. Copper-alloy, 7.37 grams mm. Thomas Class A1. Decorated with a central panel depicting an interlace beast and niello inlay. The terminal is in the style of an animal head depicted with large round ears and incised convex lines to indicate the...[more] 74 Anglo-Saxon Mount.Circa, 9th century AD. Silver, 4.9 grams. 37mm x 9mm. A quality example of Anglo-Saxon artwork. The mount or panel is decorated with a series of beaded arches, each enclosing an entwined beast in the Trewhiddle style. Ref: R.A.Smith, British Museum Guide to Anglo-Saxon Antiquities...[more] 75 Saxon/Viking Strap-End.Circa, 9th-10th century AD. Detailed with four cross type motifs along the body of the piece and terminating with a stylised animal head. Found in Yorkshire, accompanied by old dealers ticket.
6 76 Viking Artefacts.Circa, 11th century AD. The group made up of stirrup and bridle fittings includes a stirrup mount (53mm), stirrup terminal (30mm) and two bridle strap fittings. 77 Anglo-Saxon silver hooked fastener. A silver double-hooked dress fastener with a lozenge-shaped panel having Trewhiddle style animal decoration inlaid with niello.28mm x 12mm, 2.1g. 78 Viking Strap End. Circa 9th-10th century AD. Copper-alloy, 48mm x 26mm, 21.0g. An open-work strap-end of the Winchester style. Thomas, class E. Recorded on the PAS database as SUSS-4CA8F Two Anglo-Saxon Stirrup Mounts. Circa 11th century AD. Both of Williams' Class A, Type 1. Recorded on the PAS database as SUSS- 6FC3F6 & SUSS-01A Anglo-Scandinavian socketed hook. Circa 11th century AD. Copper-alloy, 44mm x 17mm x 11mm, 17.4g. A very unusual strap fitting. Recorded on the PAS database as SUSS-34FCAE 81 Anglo-Saxon Brooch. Circa 7th century AD. Copper-alloy, 58mm x 31mm, 20.0g. A cruciform type brooch formed of a square head with square waisted knobs and a long bow that is facetted at each end. The foot plate is missing its terminal. 82 Anglo-Saxon Brooch Group. Circa, 6th-8th century AD. A good selection that includes two complete cruciform type brooches and a section from a large chip carved example. Largest 65mm. 83 Anglo-Saxon Brooch. Circa 6th-7th century AD. Copper-alloy, 61mm x 29mm, 17.7g. A cruciform type brooch formed of a square head with waisted semi-circular knobs on three sides, a faceted bow and expanding footplate. Both the upper and lower parts of the brooch are decorated with punched annulets. 84 Visigothic Brooch. Circa 6th century AD. Copper-alloy, 98mm x 42mm, 40.8g. A bow type brooch formed of a D-shape head with central top knob and C-shape wings at each side, plain bow and wide tapering footplate. 85 Viking strap end. A very fine cast bronze strap end of waisted, sub-rectangular form with an animal head at the centre and an expanding foliate Ringerike style terminal. The attachment end is split to accommodate the strap and has a single bronze rivet still in situ. Thomas class H, circa 11th centu...[more] 86 Viking Traded Devotional Figurine. Circa, 9th century AD. Copper-alloy / lead, g, mm. A lead filled, tinned bronze Buddha figurine. Discovered on a productive Viking age area on the Isle of Wight. Ref: PAS, IOW-F Recorded as uncertain date by PAS. The method of manufacture and the...[more] 87 Anglo-Saxon Button Brooch.Circa, 7th century AD. Copper-alloy, 2.61 g, mm. A small circular brooch detailed with a stylised human face mask, heavily gilded. Ref: S. Suzuki: Anglo-Saxon Button Brooches. Plate II. p Anglo-Saxon Button Brooch.Circa, 7th century AD. Copper-alloy, 1.89 g, mm. A small circular brooch detailed with a stylised human face mask, no signs of gilding. Ref: S. Suzuki: Anglo-Saxon Button Brooches. Plate II. p Anglo-Saxon Brooch. Circa, 6th-7th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. A classic example of early cruciform brooches. Long and narrow with large top-knob, wide bow and a large animal-head terminal. Ref: British Artefacts. p.30. fig d. 90 Anglo-Saxon Brooch.Circa, 6th-7th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. A classic example of early cruciform brooches. Long and narrow with large top-knob, wide bow and a large animal-head terminal. Ref: British Artefacts. p.30. fig d.
7 91 Viking Buckle. Circa, 10th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. A zoomorphic buckle with integral fixing plate. Decorated with animal face masks and traces of niello inlay. 92 Viking Anthropomorphic Finial. Circa, 10th century AD. Copper-alloy, 8.40 g, mm. A cast bronze finial in the form of a male bust with long moustache and prominent eyes. A circular hole runs from top to bottom. 93 Viking Brooch. Circa, 10th century AD. Copper-alloy, 6.54 g, mm. A circular disc brooch decorated in the Borre style with a central lozenge, at each corner arms extend to form interlaced knotting. East Anglia type.ref: Hattatt's, Ancient Brooches. p.379. fig Anglo-Saxon Brooch.Circa, 7th-9th century AD. Copper-alloy, 2.24 g, mm. A lozenge plate brooch, chip carved with heavily gilded surface and decorated with an interlace panel. Ref: Mills, Saxon & Viking Artefacts. p.54. fig. AS Viking Zoomorphic Buckle. Circa, 10th century AD. Copper-alloy, 4.46 g, mm. A D-shaped frame formed of four stylised animal heads in the Ringerike style. Ref: Mills. Saxon & Viking Artefacts. p.20. fig.v Saxon Strap Fitting. Circa, 7th-9th century AD. Copper-alloy, 8.26 g, mm. A cruciform type mount detailed with a human facemask at its centre. All four of the original iron rivets intact with one retaining its silver cap. 97 Anglo-Saxon Mount. Circa 8th-9th century AD. Copper-alloy, 6.70 g, mm. A scabbard mount in the stylised form of a helmeted head with a bird on each side. Possibly representing Odin and his ravens. 98 Viking Ring.Circa, 10th century AD. Copper-alloy, mm. A rope type finger ring formed of two plaited strands of graduating wire. 99 Medieval Dagger Pommel. Circa 15th century AD. Copper-alloy, grams x mm. Apommel in the form of a dog's head, possibly a spaniel and from a single edged knife like a hunting dagger. The details of the dog are engraved rather than cast which gives this piece its own identity, its...[more] 100 Medieval steelyard weight. Circa, 13th century AD. Copper-alloy / lead, 59mm x 55mm diameter. approx 700g. A large bronze steelyard weight decorated with heraldic shields. Each shield shows a stylised splayed bird, possibly an eagle or doubled headed eagle. For similar example, see: PAS: BH-AEF1EB. 101 Medieval and Later Artefacts.Circa, 14th-18th century. The lot includes two kings head type buckles/clasps and two stylised animal face mask examples of the same type along with a 16th century chape and a silver Georgian buckle 4.65g. Largest 36mm. (Top left is a modern cast of the clasp top right....[more] 102 Medieval Dagger Pommel, Circa, 15th-16th century AD. Copper-alloy, grams x mm. A cast bronze dagger pommel in the form of a female bust (Maiden) wearing a horned type headdress.a Dictionary of English Costumeby Cunnington & Beard describes the horned headdress as being a that w...[more] 103 Medieval annular brooch with clasped hands enclosing a purple stone between them. 104 Medieval Dagger PommelA Post Medieval copper alloy knife pommel in the form of a dog's head, a spaniel (AD ). John Clark identified this as the pommel from a single edged knife like a hunting dagger. The spaniel is usually associated with the Talbot family. He notes that single-edged knife...[more] 105 Norman Staff TerminalCirca, 11th-12th century AD. Copper-alloy, grams x mm. Aterminal or sceptre head of late Early-medieval - medieval date. The piece is broadly oval in plan, hollow and socketed with spiked type projections and four open-work panels. The base is circular and h...[more]
8 106 Medieval Ampulla. Circa, 15th century AD. Lead, g, x mm. Complete with both suspension loops, detailed on one side with the letter R below a motif that runs the length of the neck. The other side is decorated in a stylised scallop shell design. Ref: M. Mitchiner, Medieval Pilgrim...[more] 107 Early Medieval Book Fitting. Circa, 12th century AD. Copper-alloy, 6.9g. 36 x 20 mm. An open-work mount of Howsam type, A.1.3, in the form of a seated stylised beast looking upwards with its tail curled over its back. Recorded on the finds database. PAS:SUSS- 4CA4E Medieval seal matrix. Circa 14th century AD. Copper-alloy, 26mm x 17mm diameter, 8.6g. A chess-piece type seal matrix, the face detailed with a crowned letter T between two branches. Recorded on the PAS database as SUSS-48BF Medieval & Post-Medieval Keys.Circa, 14th-18th centuries AD. Fourteen bronze casket keys, mostly Medieval to early Post-Medieval and including one Roman example (3rd century AD.). Largest 42mm 110 Medieval seal matrix of Henri Poliot.Circa 13th century AD. Copper-alloy, 30mm x 19mm, 8.0g. The legend reads, +S' HENRICI [P] OLIOT which translates to: The seal of Henry Poliot or Foliot.Recorded on the PAS database as SUSS-4C Medieval Inscribed Knife Back. Circa, 12th century AD. Copper-alloy / Iron, 11.6 grams. 120mm x 8mm x 2mm. A very rare decorative plate that would have covered the upper section of a knife blade. Each side is inscribed with letters and symbols. (As yet undeciphered). Ref: Cf the Waterford knifehtt...[more] 112 Medieval seal matrices. A lead vesica seal matrix (34mm, 15.4g) and a bronze chessman type seal matrix (21mm, 5.1g) Medieval Thimbles.Circa, 14th-16th century AD. Five beehive type thimbles. Largest 21mm x 19mm diameter. 114 Three Medieval Pilgrims ampullaecirca, 15th century AD. Lead, Largest. 56mm x 39mm. Two with the design of a crowned letter W from the shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham, Norfolk. Ref: M.Mitchiner, Medieval Pilgrim & Secular Badges. p Medieval Annular BroochesCirca, 13th-16th century. A group of 5 brooches of various sizes, all complete with original pins. Largest 39mm diameter. 116 Medieval Bronze Seal Matrix. Circa, 13th-14th century AD. Copper-Alloy, 30mm x 19mm, 7.8g. A vesica-shaped seal matrix, the seal face engraved with the lamb of God and the inscription '+ECCE AGNUS DEI' (Behold the lamb of God). Ref: B.Pateman. Collecting Seal. p Medieval Badge.Circa 13th-14th century AD. Copper-alloy, 7.5 grams. 30mm x 29mm. A gilt-bronze open-work pilgrim badge depicting St Mark and a winged lion (Lion of St Mark). Note:The representation as a lion is derived from Mark's description of John the Baptist as "The voice of the one who cries...[more] 118 Medieval Strap-End.Circa, 12th-13th century AD. A Large two piece tongue-shaped strap-end crudely engraved with a fantastic beast design. Ref: Egan & Pritchard, Dress Accessories p Medieval Artefact Group. Including two keys, A crowned bust mount, coin weights with an Angel example, lead badge and a vessica seal matrix. Largest key 51mm. 120 Medieval & Post Medieval Buckle Group. Circa, 14th-18th centuries AD. A good selection of well preserved buckles from various periods. Largest 55mm x 28mm.
9 121 Medieval and Post-Medieval Seal Group. Circa, 13th-18th century AD. A good selection of seal matrices including lead and bronze, stone set and figural examples. The largest vessica seal, 34mm. 122 Medieval bronze crucifix. 81mm x 56mm, 50.7g. Recorded on the PAS database as DUR-2E5DDD Medieval iconographic knife terminal depicting St Barbara. Circa 15th century AD. Copper-alloy, 3.6 grams. 26mm x 15mm. 124 Medieval Seal Matrix. Circa, 13th-14th century AD. Copper-alloy, 7.67 g, mm. A vessica-shaped matrix, detailed on the face with the image of a perched bird of prey and the legend. +S' CLEMENCE DE GALD. "The seal of Clemence de Gald". Ref: B.Pateman. Collecting Seals. p Medieval Heraldic Pendant.Circa 13th-14th century AD. Copper-alloy, grams mm. A lozenge-shaped horse harness pendant displaying the arms of Bury St Edmunds. Three crowns and an arrow on field of blue enamel. 126 Norman Buckle. Circa, 12th-13th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. An impressive Romanesque zoomorphic buckle. Formed of a wide D-shaped bow detailed in open-work and three stylised lion type animals moulded in relief. Ref:Zarnecki, Holt and Holland,English Romanesque Art Heraldic Pendant. Circa, 13th century AD. Copper-alloy, 7.21 g, mm.an enamelled shield shaped pendant displaying the arms of Humphrey de Bohun VI(c December 1298), 3rd Earl of Hereford and 2nd Earl of Essex, was an English nobleman known primarily for his opposition to King Edwar...[more] 128 Medieval Seal Matrix. Circa, 14th century AD. Copper-alloy, 3.26 g, mm. A small chess-piece type matrix with a shield shaped seal face. Detailed with the image off a falcon grasping a rabbit and the legend "SOHOV" above. Ref: B. Pateman, Collecting Seals. p Medieval Boy Bishop Token. Circa, 15th century AD. Lead, 6.03 g, mm. A token imitating the silver groat issued during the festival of St Nicholas. Obverse: Mitred bust between S N, PIE nicholae ORA PRO nob('holy Saint Nicholas, pray for us').reverse: Cross with pellets in each quarter, lege...[more] 130 Medieval Staff Terminal. Circa, 11th-12th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. An open-work spherical head or terminal from a staff or pointer.these objects are described as sword-pommels in thelondon Museum Medieval Catalogue; (Ward-Perkins, 1940 pp21-26 Fig 2: 1-2) but they have more re...[more] 131 Medieval Brooch. Circa, 14th century AD. Copper-alloy, 9.94 g, mm. An annular brooch of robust construction complete with original pin. The ring has four raised turrets that would have originally been set with glass or garnets. Ref: Egan & Pritchard, Dress Accessories, p Medieval Annular Brooch. Circa, 15th century AD. Copper-alloy, 5.25 g, mm. A gilded annular brooch with a circular boss type pin. The boss is decorated with incised lines and would have originally been set with glass. 133 Medieval Knife Handle. Circa, 15th-16th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. A knife or implement handle with the end or terminal being in the form of a stylised animal head with a gapping mouth. 134 Medieval Pommel. Circa, 14th-15th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. A sword pommel of 'scent bottle stopper' form (Ward Perkins 1940, 43, fig.9. no. 11.) A convex top with eight crudely formed triangular petals and a central fixing hole. 135 Medieval Seal Matrix. Circa, 13th-14th century AD. Lead, g, mm. A circular seal detailed with a large central lis with a legend around. +S' WILL. FILL. ALVERECI. "The seal of William, son of Aluereci".
10 136 Medieval Strap-End. Circa, 14th-15th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, mm. A large example with a socketed body detailed with the letter R? and a leaf type motif finial. 137 Medieval Seal. Circa, 13th-14th century AD g, mm. A vessica-shaped seal matrix detailed with a large central lis and the legend, +S' AGMETIS RELI' I' S' TOM. 138 Medieval Seal Matrix. Circa, 13th-14th century AD. Copper-alloy, 9.47 g, mm. A vessica-shaped matrix, detailed on the face with the image of a crouching figure in the centre and the legend. S' WILL' IACOB ERID' IN' RETII. "The seal of William Jacob"?. Ref: B. Pateman. Collecting Seals. p Pilgrims Ampulla. Circa, 14th century AD. Lead, g, x mm. A nice complete example with both suspension loops intact. Detailed with a shield between pelleted quatrefoils within a circle on one side and a octafoil flower motif on the other. Ref: M.Mitchiner, Medieval Pilgrim & Secula...[more] 140 Medieval Strap-End. Circa, 14th century AD. Copper-alloy, 7.0 g, mm. A gilded looped type strap-end decorated with a large lis and a cross with pellets between each limb. Iron rivets intact. Ref: Egan & Pritchard, Dress Accessories p Medieval Strap-End. Circa, 14th-15th century AD. Copper-alloy, 9.27 g, x mm. A large composite open-work strap-end formed of a large circular body, flared attachment socket and a decorative finial. A crude inscription runs around the circular body. Ref: Egan & Pritchard, Dress accessori...[more] 142 Clasped Hands Ring. Circa, 16th century. Silver, 2.20 g, mm. UK ring size: S. US ring size: 9. A very nice example of its type with well formed hands and punched decoration on each side of the band. Although complete and undamaged the piece has an old solder repair to the base of the shank. F...[more] 143 Medieval Annular Brooch. Circa, 14th century AD. Silver, 4.68 g, mm. A large circular wire frame mounted with four gilded octofoil plates. The long slender pin has a raised collar decorated with punched annulets and gilding. Ref: Mills, Medieval Artefacts. p.59. fig.nm.153. From an Essex Jewe...[more] 144 Medieval Stirrup Ring. Circa, 13th-14th century AD. Silver-gilt, 2.85 g, UK ring size Q/R, US 8/9. A stirrup-shaped band set with a red garnet, traces of original gilding. Ref: Mills, Medieval Artefacts. p.49. fig.nm.119. From an Essex Jewellery collection. 145 Medieval Ring. Circa, 12th-13th century AD. Silver, 24mm x 16mm x 5mm (distorted hoop), 3.0g. A scarce type of finger ring, detailed on each shoulder with a cross or saltire within a square panel. The bezel is formed of a larger square panel with an engraved centre depicting a cross. Ref: Mills, Me...[more] 146 Medieval Silver Brooch. Circa 13th-14th century AD. Silver 42mm diameter, 9.1g. An annular brooch formed of a plain band mounted with five lozenge plate decorations. Four have the same quartered design consisting of two plain lozenge panels and two containing cross motifs. The last lozenge has the d...[more] 147 Medieval Gold Seal Ring.Circa, 13th century AD. Gold, 3.9 grams. 21mm, bezel, 16mm. A circular band with large oval bezel set with an intaglio of dark green colouration-possibly chalcedony and likely to be of Roman date and depicting the god Mars walking left holding a spear and trophy. Engraved ar...[more] 148 Medieval Silver Seal Matrix. Circa, 13th-14th century AD. Silver, 23mm x 17mm, 6.17g. An oval-shaped matrix detailed with the image ofa kneeling female figure wearing robes with her hands placed together and held in front in an attitude of prayer. Above the hand of God descends in benediction / bl...[more] 149 Medieval Gold RingCirca, 15th century AD. Gold, 8.1 grams. 21mm x 8mm. A stunning example of medieval jewellery, A stirrup-shaped ring detailed with scale / petal like decoration in moulded relief. The band widens slightly at the bezel which has two sunken settings, one has retained its original sa...[more]
11 150 Medieval Archer's Ring. Circa, 13th-14th century AD. Copper-alloy, 42mm x 31mm diameter (25mm internal) x 9mm. A flat sectioned hoop with a triangular flanged extension forming the face of the ring. Decorated with a border formed of diagonal lines enclosing a lozenge and flower motifs. 151 Exceptional Post Medieval Signet Ring.Circa, 17th century AD. Gold, grams mm x 25.90mm x 5.80mm. Bezel, 15.70mm x 17.80mm. A heavy, large and very rare swivelling bezel signet ring. One face of the swivelling bezel features the arms of the Curwen family of Workington Hall, Cumberland: A...[more] 152 Gold Posy Ring. Circa 18th century AD. Gold, 19mm x 5mm, 3.1g. A D-sectioned band of high karat gold inscribed on the inside with the verse, "Bee trew In harte". (Be true in heart). From an Essex jewellery collection. Ring size: UK K+1/ Gold Posy Ring. A D-shaped band inscribed on the inside with the verse, "Love is the bond of peace". Circa 18th century, 21mm x 4mm, 4.2g. From an Essex Jewellery collection.ring size: UK N+1/ Gold Posy Ring. A D-shaped band inscribed on the inside with the verse, "Good will is above gold" and stamped with a makers mark, W.H. with a motif above. Most likely from the London maker, William Hunter. Circa Circa 18th century, 20mm x 3mm, 2.8g. From an Essex Jewellery collection. Ring si...[more] 155 Gold Posy Ring.Circa, 18th century AD. Gold, 3.13 grams mm, internal, 18.13mm. UK size P. US 7/8. A D-shaped band inscribed on the inside with the verse, "God doth forsees whats best for me", makers mark J.D or J.A?. From an Essex Jewellery collection. Found at Wellington in Somerset. Recorde...[more] 156 Gold posy ring with the inscription 'As God decreed so wee agreed'. 24mm diameter (20mm internal) x 7mm, 3.82g. Ring size: UKP+1/2. Recorded on the PAS database as BUC-6C4D37https://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts/record/id/ Gold brooch representing the mask of Agememnon. Stamped 750 on the reverse, 41mm, 16.5g th Century Seal Matrix Silver, 11.1 grams. 28mm. seal face, 21mm x 18mm. A nice example formed of an open-work anchor shaped stem with suspension loop and an oval seal base. Detailed with an oval garnished shield. Accompanied by letters from the College of Arms. 159 Tudor Filigree Pin. Circa 16th century AD. Silver, 68mm x 12mm, 4.8g.A heavily gilded pin formed of a spherical head and plain pin shaft. The head is decorated with filigree circles, each containing three pellets around a trefoil of filigree annulets. 160 Post Medieval Zoomorphic TerminalCirca, 17th-18th century AD. Copper-alloy, grams x mm. A cast bronze terminal in the form of a hound or doe with a long neck forming a socket. Most likely from a riding crop or swagger stick. 161 Bronze Mortar circa 17th century AD. A heavy cast mortar with double handle and decorated with crowned rose motifs moulded in relief. Ref: For a similar example see English Decorated Bronze Mortars by Michael Finlay, page 75, plate mm diameter, weight 3.8kg. 162 Medieval and Post-Medieval Token Group.Circa, 15th-19th century. Various styles of token, (59 pieces) and a stone one-piece mould for casting uniface tokens. 457g in total. 163 Large Post Medieval Bell.Circa, A large animal bell decorated with a sunburst pattern and the founder's initials IS forjohn Stares of Aldbourne. 164 Post Medieval Toy CannonsCirca, 18th century. A group of five of various sizes and styles. Largest 52mm.
12 165 Cannon Balls. Circa, 17th-19th century. 3 are approximately 70mm diameter (1.08kg/2.4lbs, 1.02kg/2.25lbs, 0.78kg/1.7lbs) and one 52mm diameter, 0.52kg/1.1lbs. 166 Erotic Pipe Tamper.Circa, 18th century. Copper-alloy, 33.4 grams. 62mm. Depicting two people in erotic scene below a tree. 167 Post-Medieval Pommel. Circa 17th-18th century AD. Copper-alloy, 32mm x 25mm, 47.9g. A very ornate rapier pommel decorated with seated figures (putti) either side of a shield? th Century Artefact Group. A selection of pieces dating to the English Civil War, including two buckles, powder measures and musket shot. Buckle 31mm. 169 Tudor Clothes Fastener Circa, 16th century AD. Silver, 25mm. 2.3 grams. Decorated with moulded-relief and open-work foliate design. Ref: B. Read. Hooked-Claps & Eyes. p Charles II silver cufflink button. Edge damage. 16mm, 0.88g. UK private collection, acquired Unusual Green Man mask pendant.approximately 3.5cm x 2.5cm, 7g. 172 Toy Cannon. Circa, 18th century. Copper-alloy, mm, mm. A large example in complete undamaged condition. Ref: Forsyth & Egan, Toys, Trifles & Trinkets. p Ornate Georgian BuckleCirca, 18th century. Copper-allo, g, mm. A beautifully well preserved ornate open-work buckle complete with pin and heavily silvered surface th Century Cuff-link. Silver, 4.21 g, mm. A pair of octagonal buttons detailed with a flower motif and joined by a single link. 175 Silver Thimble. Circa, AD. Silver, 5.00 g, mm. A two piece thimble textured with annulets, no engraving on the plain panel. Makers mark I.B within an inverted heart shape panel. 176 Silver Thimble. Circa, 18th century AD. Silver, 2.82 g, mm. A two piece thimble textured with circular depressions and engraved with the letters, H.V. Likely to be the owners initials. 177 Silver Thimble. Circa, early 18th century AD. Silver, 5.6 g, x mm. A very good example of a two piece thimble. The surfaces are textured with annulets and decorated with an oval panel between foliate scrolls that run around the base. Makers mark I.B. 178 Clasped Hands Ring. Circa, 17th century AD. Copper-alloy, 1.72 g, mm. UK ring size: O, US ring size: 7. A fede finger ring, with a bezel formed of two clasped hands. 179 Vernon Medallion. Circa, 1740 AD. Pewter, g, mm. A medallion struck to commemorate Vernon's capture of the port of Portabello on the Spanish Main in South America on November 22nd, Large Post Medieval Bell. Circa, 18th century AD. Copper-alloy, g, x mm. A large cast bronze animal bell. 180a Collection of Medieval to Post-Medieval buckles, circa 13th - 18th century. Largest 45mm. 181 Artefacts Group.Various items from multi periods to include. A Roman nail cleaner, Medieval key and strap-end and a figurine with enlarged phallus Largest 75mm.
13 182 Demetrios I Soter Serrate.Bronze, 27mm, 13.9g.Obverse: Laureate head of Apollo right, with bow and quiver over shoulder. Reverse: either side oftripod BC. With another coin, possibly an imitation of Alexander III. 27mm, 12.3g. 183 Group of Three Ancient Greek Coins.Circa, 3rd-2nd century B.C. Silver, 2.00 g, mm 1.93 g, mm 3.86 g, mm. 184 Parthia, Ancient Persia Silver Drachm.Vologases III, AD. Silver, 3.73 g, mm. Diademed bust left. Reverse: Archer with bow seated right, Greek inscription around. Ex. V.C. Vecchi & Sons London. 185 Histiaia, Euboea Tetrobol. Circa, 3rd-2nd century B.C. Silver, 2.12 g, mm. Head of the nymph Histiaia right wearing earring and necklace. Reverse: Histiaia seated right on stern of galley. 186 Ptolemy III Triobol. Bronze, 35mm, 35.3g. Head of Zeus-Ammon right. Reverse: Eagle with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt, cornucopia to left; XP monogram between legs. With old ticket. 187 Parthia Drachm.Vologases III AD. Silver, 21mm, 3.67g. Diademed bust left. Reverse: Archer seated right with holding bow, blundered Greek legend. 188 Greek Bronze Coin Group.Coins of Antichos I, Antiochos IV, Ptolemy I, Athens and Skepsis. Largest 22mm. Purchased from Glendinnings 03/02/1993 and with Glendinnings catalogue clipping. (5). 189 Ancient Bronze Coin Group.(4) including Greek and a Byzantine follis of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine with old ticket (30mm, 9.8g). 190 Alexander III Drachm. Silver, 18mm, 4.16g. Head of Herakles right. Reverse: Zeus Aetophoros seated left. 191 Gallo-Belgic Broad Flan Stater.Circa, mid 2nd century B.C. Gold, 7.52 grams mm. Flamboyant wreathed bust right, with big hair. Reverse: Horse right, charioteer above. Ref: LT 7878, VA 10-1, Sills , ABC Iceni Ecen Unit. Circa, AD. Silver, 1.31 g, mm. Double crescent emblem on vertical wreath. Reverse: Horse right, pellet sun above, two pellets below. Ref: ABC 1675, Spink Corieltavi South Ferriby Core Stater. Circa, BC. Copper-alloy, 4.52 g, mm. Wreath, cloak and crescents. Reverse: Lunate horse left, anchor face above; star sun below. Ref: ABC 1743, Spink Durotriges Cranborne Chase Stater Circa, BC. Silver, 19mm, 3.9g. Wreath, cloak and crescents. Reverse: Disjointed horse left with spread tail, pellet below. Ref: ABC Dobunni OXO Unit. Circa, 20 BC-10 AD. Billon, 0.61 g, mm. Moon head right. Reverse: Triple-tailed annulate horse left. Ref: ABC Dobunni Unit.Circa, 20 BC-10 AD. Silver, 0.93 g, mm. Moon head right. Reverse: Triple-tailed annulate horse left. Ref: ABC Durotriges Cranborne Chase Stater. Silver, 4.72 g, mm. Wreath, cloak and crescents. Reverse: Disjointed horse left, rectangular head, body of crescents. Pellet below, twelve pellets above. Ref: ABC 2157, Spink Durotriges Cranborne Chase Stater. Circa, B.C. Billon, 2.60 g, mm. Wreath, cloak and crescents. Reverse: Disjointed horse left, pellets above. Ref: ABC 2169.
14 199 Coriosolites, Ogmios & Boar Stater. Silver, 6.08 g, mm. Head right. Reverse: Bird-headed horse right, boar below. Ref: LT 6614, ABC Southern Gaul, Massalia Unit.Circa, early-mid 2nd century B.C. Bronze, 3.37 g, mm. Head of Apollo left. Reverse: Butting bull right, MA above. Ref: ABC Carausius Antoninianus. Barbarous imitation, Circa, 290 AD. Copper-alloy, 18mm, 3.1g. Radiate bust right, blundered legend. Reverse: Moneta standing left holding scales and cornucopia. Ref: RCV Nero As. Rome, AD 64. Copper, mm, g. Laureate bust left, NERO CLAVD CAESAR AVG GER P M TR P IMP P P. Reverse: VICTORIA AVGVSTI S C, Victory advancing left holding wreath and palm, II mark of value below. Ref: RIC Carausius Denarius. Circa AD. Silver, 19.5mm, 4.75g. Obv. IMP CARAVSIVS P F AV; Laureate, draped and cuirassed right. Reverse. VBERI(/V)TAS AV; Cow standing right, being milked by milk-maid seated left. RSR in ex. Ref: (Reece Period 14), RSR Mintmark. RIC V, pt 2. Recorded on the Portable An...[more] 204 Magnus Maximus Siliqua, Trier, AD Silver,17mm, 1.88g. Diademed bust right, D N MAG MAXIMVS P F AVG. Reverse: VIRTVS ROMANORVM, Roma enthroned facing, head left holding globe and resting on spear. Ref: RIC 84b. 205 Tiberius As. Circa, 8-12 AD. Copper, 27mm, 10.9g. Bare head right, [TI CAESAR] AVGVS F IMPERAT. Reverse: PONTIFEX TRIBVN POTESTATE, around large S C.Ref: RCV Roman Antoninianus Group.Circa, 3rd century AD. Mostly silver examples. The lot includes coins from the reigns of, Valerian, Volusian, Severina and Trebonianus Gallus. 207 Justinus II Gold Solidus. Circa AD. Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding globe surmounted by Victory and shield. Reverse: VICTORIA AVCCC. CONOB in ex. Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, holding spear and globus cruciger. Ref: Sear mm, 4.4g. 208 Gratian Siliqua. Trier, AD Silver, 17mm, 1.60g. Diademed bust right, D N GRATIANVS P F AVG. Reverse: VRBS ROMA, Roma seated left on throne holding Victory on globe and resting on spear. Ref: RCV Roman Antonnianus Group.Circa, 3rd century AD. (9) billon/bronze. Included in the group are coins from the reigns of, Claudius II Gothicus, Victorinus and Tetricus. 210 Julian II Siliqua. Lugdunum, AD Silver, 18mm, 1.74g. Diademed bust right, D N FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG. Reverse: VOT / X / MVLT / XX, within wreath, SLVG in ex. Ref: RCV Agrippa As. Rome, AD. Copper, 28mm, 10.9g. Head of Agrippa left wearing rostral crown, M AGRIPPA L F COS III. Reverse: S C either side of Neptune standing left holding dolphin and trident. Ref: RIC Maximinus Denarius. Silver, 21mm, 2.96g. Laureate draped bust right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG. Reverse: PROVIDENTIA AVG, Providentia standing left holding rod and cornucopia, globe at feet. Ref: RIC Antoninus Pius Dupondius. Rome, AD 142. Brass, 27mm, 12.75g. Radiate bust right, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III. Reverse: GENIO SENATVS S C, Genius of the Senate, toggle standing left holding branch and short sceptre. Ref: RIC 660a. 214 Denarii Group. (4) to include coins fro the emperors, Domitian, Trajan (2) and Hadrian.
15 215 Vespasian and Hadrian Bronze As. 28mm, 12.2g & 27mm, 10.6g. 216 Trajan Drachm of Lycea. Circa, AD. Silver, 17mm, 2.63g. Laureate head right. Reverse: Two lyres, owl above. Ref: RPC III Roman Silver Coin Group.Circa, 1st-4th centuries AD. A good selection of coinage to include, Antoninianus, Denarius and Siliqua from the reigns of: Vespasian, Septimius Severus, Gordian III, Julian II and Arcadius. 218 Collection of Roman Coins, includes five silver denarius of Hadrian, Gordian, Septimus Severus (silver clad), Lucilla wife of Septimus & Severus Alexander with other copper and bronze Roman coins. 219 Roman Brooches.Circa, 1st - 4th century AD. Various types with repaired pins. Largest 57mm. 220 Tiberius denarius, Mule. Circa, AD. Silver, 2.72 g, mm. Augustus reverse/ Tiberius obverse Mule. Laureate bust right, [TI CAE] SAR DIVI AVG F AVG [VSTVS]. Reverse: C L CAESARES AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT, Gaius and Lucius Caesars standing facing, shields and spears between them. R...[more] Roman Bronze Coins..3rd & 4th century. Including, Diocletian, Claudius Gothicus and Constantine. 222 Five Byzantine Constantinople bronze coins. 223 Roman Siliqua. Circa, 4th century AD. Silver, 13mm, 0.72g. Diademed bust right. Reverse: Roma seated left holding Victory on globe and resting on spear Roman Bronze Coins.A good selection of uncleaned coins for research Roman Bronze Coins.A good selection of as found coins for research Roman Bronze Coins.A selection of coins in as found condition. 227 Commodus Denarius. Rome, AD 192. Silver, 2.97 g, mm. Laureate bust right, L AEL AVREL COMM AVG P FEL. Reverse: P M TR P XVII IMP VIII COS VII P P, Fortuna Felix standing left, foot on prow. Ref: RIC Domitian Denarius. Silver, 2.78 g, mm. Laureate bust right, IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM P M TR P VIII. Reverse: IMP XXI COS XIII[. ], Minerva standing left holding spear. 229 Plautilla Denarius. Rome, AD 202. Silver, 2.35 g, mm. Draped bust right, PLAVTILLAE AVGVSTAE. Reverse: CONCORDIAE AETERNAE, Caracalla and Plautilla standing facing each other clasping hands. Ref: RIC Republican Denarius.Circa, 150 BC. Safra. Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind. R. Victory in biga right, SAFRA below. ROMA in ex. Ref: RRC 206/1. 18mm, 3.5g. 231 Cn.Plancius Denarius. Circa, 55 BC. Silver, 3.34 g, mm. Head of Macedonia right wearing causia, CN PLANCIVS before. AED CVR S C behind. Reverse: Cretan goat standing right, bow and quiver behind. Ref: RRC 432/ Vespasian Denarius. Rome, AD 79. Silver, 2.92 g, mm. Laureate bust left, IMP CAESAR VESPANSIANVS AVG. Reverse: TR POT X COS VIIII, Victory stepping left attaching shield to trophy. Ref: RIC 115.