Coins, Tokens and Historical Medals

Coins, Tokens and Historical Medals (5 & 6 June 2019) Catalogue Cover

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Lot 1403

Lot 1403

Roman Imperial Coinage, Allectus, Aureus, London, imp c allectvs p f avg, laureate and draped bust right, rev. oriens avg, Sol standing left between two captives, right hand raised, holding globe in left hand, m l in exergue, 4.31g (Calicó 4790; RIC 4; Burnett 8, same dies; Shiel 6; Cohen 29 [single captive]; Askew 453; Sear 13780; Spink 683). A few tiny marks on bust and minor scrapes on edge, o...

Named Collections

David Young

David Young

I cannot remember a time when I was not collecting coins or tokens. Like many, my interest began with coins taken from change and the foreign coins which my Father brought back from his overseas trips. I was also fortunate that Fred Baldwin was a family friend who gave me books and coins, together w...
Quentin Archer

Quentin Archer

I was born in the City of London, well within the sound of the bells of St Mary-le-Bow on Cheapside. I have spent almost my entire working life in the City. London is a special place for me, and for many years I have been fascinated by its history and its continual change.Like many young boys of my...
Robert Thompson

Robert Thompson

Robert Thompson was born in Cardiff on 15 December 1943, the son of civil servants. He attended the local school, Whitchurch Grammar, where he achieved ten O-Levels and A-Levels in Latin, French and History. He enjoyed the three years of compulsory Welsh lessons and always considered himself Welsh,...
Dr John Hulett

Dr John Hulett

John Hulett was born in Birmingham on 26 August 1929, the only son of Arthur Hulett and his wife Hilda, nee Flint. They lived at Hall Green, moving to Shirley in 1936 and then to St Albans in 1942 to enable his father to work at his firm’s head office.Educated at Shirley College and St Albans...