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NOTICES OF RECENT NUMISMATIC PUBLICATIONS.
In the Rerue de la Numismatique Belge, cinquième série, tome 5, première livraison, are the following articles :
1. Catalogue of Obsidional Coins and Pièces de Nécessité,” Supplement (8th article), by M. le Lieut.-Colonel P. Mailliet.
2. “ Imitations of certain Monetary Types peculiar to Lorraine and its neighbourhood," by M. Chautard.
3. “ Inedited Medals and Jetons relating to the History of the Seventeen Ancient Provinces of the Low Countries, M. le Comte Maurin Nahuys.
4. “ Rare Coins from the Marseilles Cabinet,” by M. Laugier.
5. “ John of Arendal and the Coins of the Lords of Rheidt and of Well,” by M. le Baron de Chestret de Haneffe.
6. “ Notice of some Coins of Liège,” by M. le Dr. Dugniolle.
In the Mélanges are reviews of recent numismatic publications, and in the Nécrologie are recorded the deaths of MM. C. P. Serrure and Jules Borgnet.
In the deuxième livraison are the following articles :
1. “ Catalogue of Obsidional Coins and Pièces de Nécessité,” Supplement (9th article), by M. le Lieut.-Colonel P. Mailliet.
2. “A Document concerning the Values of the Ancient Coins of Flanders, Brabant, &c., drawn up in 1600, by Gilles van Halbeeck, one of the principal Mint-Masters of the Archdukes Albert and Isabella, in the Low Countries," by M. J. Rouyer.
3. “ Inedited Medals and Jetons relating to the History of the Seventeen Ancient Provinces of the Low Countries” (4th article), by M. le Comte Maurin Nahuys.
4. “ Numismatic Curiosities. Rare or inedited Jetons and Coins" (19th article), by M. R. Chalon.
In the Melanges are notices of recent numismatic publications, and in the Nécrologie is recorded the death of M. G. Combrouse.
In the troisième livraison are the following articles :
1. “ Catalogue of Obsidional Coins and Pièces de Nécessité," Supplement (10th article), by M. le Lieut.-Colonel P. Mailliet.
2. “ Groats with the Horseman Type.” Letter to M. Chautard, by M. Hooft van Iddekinge.
3. “ Rare Coins in the Royal Collection at the Hague," by M. J. F. G. Meijer.
4. “ Charity Tokens, Ecclesiastical and Religious, of the City of Bruges," by M. de Schodt.
In the Correspondance are various letters to M. R. Chalon, the President of the Belgian Numismatic Society.
In the Mélanges are reviews of recent numismatic publications, and in the Nécrologie is recorded the death of M. Adolphe Desvismes,
In the Berliner Blätter, Band VI., Part III., Berlin, 1873, are the following articles :
1. “ The Plonsk Find of Coins,” by H. Dannenberg (conclusion).
2. - Three Finds of Medieval Coins in Russia," by J. Iversen.
3. « On an inedited Gold-Gulden of Rummen."
4. “ Contributions to the Numismatic History of Berlin,” by Herrn Vossberg and Schlickeysen.
The part concludes with notices of the newest current coins and medals, and the latest literature.
We hail the appearance of the first number of a new Numismatic Journal in Berlin, edited by Dr. Alfred von Sallet, of the Königliche Münzkabinet, entitled Zeitschrift für Numismatik. It is to be devoted exclusively to ancient and medieval coins; and, if one may judge from the names of the contributors to the present number, it is certain to take a high rank among numismatic periodicals. This first part contains articles on Greek and Roman coins, by Ernst Curtius, A. von Sallet, A. von Rauch, and J. Brandis, and on medieval by H. Dannenberg.
Egypte Ancienne, deuxième partie, Domination Romaine, par
F. Feuardent, Membre de la Société des Antiquaires de
Normandie, The first part of this work, which was noticed in the NumisMATIC CHRONICLE, N.S., Vol. IX., p. 370, was crowned by the Académie in 1870, the prize for Numismatics, founded by the late M. Allier de Hauteroche, being adjudged to the author. It treated of the ancient coins of Egypt under the Ptolemies. The present volume completes the numismatic history of the country, carrying it down to the end of the Roman dominion. These handsome volumes will be the standard work upon this branch of Numismatics. We need say no more about this concluding part than that it in no way falis short of its predecessor. It is accompanied by four-and-twenty beautiful plates by Masson, and the portion devoted to the Nomes is illustrated by numerous woodcuts. The price of this volume is 15 francs.
SALE OF Coins.—The important collection formed by the late J. B. Bergne, Esq., F.S.A., was dispersed by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson, and Hodge, May 20th, 1873, and ten succeeding days, and produced above £6,000. The following pieces are selected as being the most worthy of note. Lot 15. Verica, A., Evans, pl. 2, n. 10-£9 10s. Lot 45. Cuthred, R., rev. EABA within a tribrach, found in Bedfordshire-£9. Lot 47. Baldred, R., published in the Num. Chron., vol. xv., p. 102 ; found near Aylesford-£20 58. Lot 49. Offa, R., rev. IBBA between the floral ends of a diamond-shaped ornament, Rud. pl. 4, n. 13, from the Huxtable Cabinet—£15 58. Lot 54. Offa, R., rev. BANNARD in two compartments across the field, Lindsay's Heptarchy, pl. 6, n. 137, published from this coin-£20. Lot 56. Offa, R., rev. IBBA, in the angles of a long cross-crosslet, found near Kilkenny- £20 10s. Lot 57. Cynethreth, Queen of Offa, A., a variety of Rud. pl. 5, n. 2, from the Murchison Cabinet, found in Bedfordshire-£50 58. Lot 70. Ceolwulf I., R., Rud. pl. 8, n. 2–£12 2s. 6d. Lot 77. Beonna, A., Hks. 88, from the Dymock and Murchison Cabinets £23. Lot 98. Eric, R., Rud. pl. 11, n. 3; rev. RADVLF . MO . in two lines across the field, from the Bris. bane, Brumell, Addison, and Murchison Cabinets—£16. Lot 109. Abp. Jarnberht, R., Rud. pl. 12, from the Atherley and Murchison Cabinets-£21. Lot 110. Abp. Æthilheard, R., Rud. pl. 13, n. 3, from the Devonshire, Dymock, and Murchison Cabinets-£36. Lot 128. Ecgbeorht, R., Hks. 157, from the Murchison Cabinet— £9 58. Lot 129. Ecgbeorht, R., rev. BIOSEL . MONETA , and in the centre the king's name in monogram, from the Addison and Murchison Cabinets- £10 58. Lot 130. Ecgbeorht, A., Rud, pl. 30, n. 6, from the Martin Cabinet-£12 58. Lot 147. Ethelbert, R., Rud, pl. 15, n. 3,
. from the Cuff, Dymock, and Murchison Cabinets-£15. Lot 159. Alfred, R., Num. Chron., N.S., vol. x., pl. 4, n. 8, from the Huxtable and Murchison Cabinets—£16 108. Lot 160. Alfred, R., Num. Chron., N.S., vol. X., pl. 2, n. 3, engraved from this coin, from the Cuff Cabinet-£22. Lot 161. Alfred, R., type as the preceding, from the Huxtable and Murchison Cabinets—£10. Lot 171. Alfred halfpenny, a variety of Num. Chron., vol. v., pl. 3, n. 30, from the Martin and Murchison Cabinets—£14 58. Lot 176. Edward the Elder, R., Rud. pl. 16, n. 9— £13. Lot 178. Edward the Elder, R., rev. a tower
or front of a church-£1878. 6d. Lot 181. Edward the Elder, A., rev. VBERHTO in a single line across the field, from the Devonshire and Cuff Cabinets-£5 5s. Lot 182. Edward the Elder, R., rev. ALFSTAN. MO, an armed hand reaching from the clouds-£15 158. Lot 183. Edward the Elder, R., a variety of the previous coin-£15 158. Lot 184. Edward the Elder, R., rev. BA : Bath, across the field, from the Cuff, Dymock and Murchison Cabinets £10 10s. Lot 289. William I., penny, of the London mint, Num. Chron., vol. xiv., p. 149, probably unique— £7 2s. 6d. Lot 304.
William I., penny, of the Lincoln mint, Hks. 244 with reverse of 212— £7 15. Lot 305. William I., penny, Lincoln mint, Hks. 210 -£8 58. Lot 329. Henry I., penny, Hks. 267, of the Wareham mint, probably unique-£10 15s. Lot 835. Stephen, penny, with flag, Hks. 271--£10 2s. 6d. Lot 335*. Stephen and Matilda, penny, Hks. 281, from the Lockyer, Grainger, Tutet, Tyssen, and Durrant Cabinets £19. Lot 336. Eustace, penny, Hks. 282, from the Dimsdale and Durrant Cabinets£10 58. Lot 401. Richard II., half-noble, Rud. pl. 2, n. 11 -£10 10s. Lot 403. Richard II., half-noble, with flag, not in the Tyssen, Durrant, Cuff or Murchison Cabinets—£15. Lot 416. Henry VI., light half-groat, of the York mint-£5. Lot 425. Henry VI., half-noble, with flag, of the Calais mint, from the Dimsdale and Cuff Cabinets £5 2s, 6d. Lot 467. Edward IV., half-angel, Rud. n. 12, from the Durrant, Dyr ock, and Murchison Cabinets-£7 158. Lot 476. Richard III., angel, Rud. pl. 4, n. 1—£11 2s. 6d. Lot 484. Henry VII., shilling, from the Hollis and Durrant Cabinets- £21 58. Lot 489. Henry VII., sovereign or double rial, Rud. pl. 4, n. 4, from the Edmonds Cabinet-£35 10s. Lot 522. Henry VIII., sovereign, 34th year, Rud. pl. vi., n. 1, from the Durrant, Dymock, and Martin Cabinets-£33. Lot 523. Henry VIII., sovereign, 37th year, Rud. pl. vi., n. 10, from the Durrant Cabinet- £9 10s. Lot 536. Edward VI., half-crown, 1551, horse walking, from the Trattle and Durrant Cabinets-£9 58. Lot 545. Ed. ward VI., sovereign, 3rd year, Rud. pl. vii., n. 3, from the Martin Cabinet- £18. Lot 548. Edward VI., eighth of the sovereign, Rud. pl. vii., n. 10-£10 58. Lot 552. Edward VI., double sovereign, 4th year, wt. 476 grs., Rud. pl. viii., n. 1, from the Hollis, Willett, and Edmonds Cabinets--£165. Lot 557. Edward VI., eighth of the sovereign, Rud. n. 9, from the Martin Cabinet - £10 58. Lot 561.
Mary, Irish groat, from the Martin Cabinet-£14 58. Lot 562. Mary, Irish penny, from the Martin Cabinet-£11 58. Lot 564. Mary, rial, Rud. ix., n. 2, from Paris— £53. Lot 566. Mary, half-angel, Rud, n. 4-£31. Lot 574. Philip and Mary, VOL. XIII. N.S.
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angel, Rud. ix., n. 5—£14. Lot 583. Elizabeth, milled shilling of the large size, from the Tyssen, Trattle, and Durrant Cabinets-£10 58. Lot 592. Elizabeth, rial, Rud. ix., n. 7, from the Hollis and Durrant Cabinets-£20. Lot 615. Elizabeth, pattern sixpence, 1575, Rud, xiii., n. 14, from the Hollis and Cuff Cabinets-£31. Lot 622. James I., “exurgat” half-crown-£10 158. Lot 623. James I., “exurgat” shilling -£7 58. Lot 626. James I., crown, second coinage, Rud. xvii., n. 1--£10. Lot 649. James I., noble or rial, Rud. n 2
- £9 158. Lot 650. James I., thirty-shilling piece, Rud. n. 5, from the Devonshire Cabinet-£15. Lot 651.
James I., fifteen-shilling piece, Rud. n. 6—£20. Lot 709. Charles I., Chester half-crown, Rud. xxvi., n. 2, from the Cuff Cabinet£17. Lot 712. Charles I., Exeter half-crown, 1642, horse curveting among
-£22 108. Lot 713. Charles I., Exeter half-crown, Hks. 488, from the Dimsdale Cabinet- £21. Lot 725. Charles I., Oxford pound piece, 1644, of fine work, from the Cuff and Murchison Cabinets-£26 58. Lot 726. Charles I., Oxford half pound, Rud. xii. n. 13, from the Dimsdale, Thomas, Dymock, and Murchison Cabinets- £10 10s. Lot 739. Charles I., Oxford shilling, 16:14 ox., from the Currer and Murchison Cabinets-£10 5s. Lot 744. Charles I., Worcester half-crown, from the Devonshire and Cuff Cabinets --£9 108. Lot 748. Charles I., York half-crown, Hks. 495, from the Dimsdale and Durrant Cabinets--£11 12s. 6d. Lot 788. Pontefract two-shilling piece, wt. 152 grs., from the Devonshire Cabinet- £10 2s. 61. Lot 794. Inchinquin sixpence~£9 2s. 6d. Lot 795. Inchinquin groat, Rud. xxvii.. n. 3, from the Martin Cabinet- £10 12s. 6d. Lot 801, Charles I., half-sovereign, 1st coinage, m.m. trefoil, from the Martin Cabinet-£12. Lot 820. Charles I., three-pound piece, 1643, from the Devonshire Cabinet-£10 5s. Lot 821. Charles I., three-pound piece, 1613, Oxon.-£17. Lot 822. Another of less diameter, with 1644, Oxon.— £11. Lot 846. Charles I., pattern half-crown, Rud. xix., 1. 3—£45. Lot 849. Charles I., pattern for a sovereign, R. 1630, Snelling, vi., n. 1, from the Browne and Tyssen Cabinets— £40 10s. Lot 854. Charles I., pattern sovereign, Snelling, vi., n. 4, from the Trattle, Cuff, and Brown Cabinets-£19 10s. Lot 856. Charles I., pattern sovereign, Snelling, vi., n. 5, from the Hollis Cabinet --£30. Lot 876. Commonwealth, pattern half-crown, 1651, by Ramage, from the Barker and Thomas Cabinets- £24 10s. Lot 877. Commonwealth pattern shilling, by Ramage, from the Tutet, Tyssen, Trattle, and Durrant Cabinets-£23 10. Lot 878. Commonwealth, pattern sixpence, by Ramage—£17. Lot 879. Commonwealth, Blondeau's half-crown, Snelling, vi., n. 13