nomos 19
17 November 2019
Zunfthaus zur Saffran, Zurich
Lot 467
Estimate: 3250 CHF
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ANGLO-GALLIC. Henry VI, King of England and France, 1422-1461. Salut d’or (Gold, 26 mm, 3.55 g, 9 h), initial mark, fleur de lis; mullet stops on the reverse, St. Lô, second issue, from 6 September 1423. hENRICVS: DEI: GRA: FRACORV: Z: AGLIE: REX Standing figures of the Virgin Mary on the left, facing right, and the Angel Gabriel, on the right, facing left, behind shields of France and England; above, rays. Rev. XPC'⭐︎VINCIT⭐︎ XPC'⭐︎ REGNAT⭐︎ XPC'⭐︎ ImPERAT Latin cross; below cross bar, on the left, lis, and, on the right, lion passant guardant to left; below, h; all within tressure of ten arcs with a lis on each cusp. Ci. 598. Du. 443A. Elias 271. Laf. 447a. S. 8164. Schneider 118/9. Attractive, clear and sharp. Extremely fine.

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Online bidding closes:
17 Nov 2019 10:00:00 CET
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09 Apr 2020 19:26:57 CEST
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Hammer Price:
2600 CHF

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Lot 467
Estimate: 3250 CHF
ANGLO-GALLIC. Henry VI, King of England and France, 1422-1461. Salut d’or (Gold, 26 mm, 3.55 g, 9 h), initial mark, fleur de lis; mullet stops on the reverse, St. Lô, second issue, from 6 September 1423. hENRICVS: DEI: GRA: FRACORV: Z: AGLIE: REX Standing figures of the Virgin Mary on the left, facing right, and the Angel Gabriel, on the right, facing left, behind shields of France and England; above, rays. Rev. XPC'⭐︎VINCIT⭐︎ XPC'⭐︎ REGNAT⭐︎ XPC'⭐︎ ImPERAT Latin cross; below cross bar, on the left, lis, and, on the right, lion passant guardant to left; below, h; all within tressure of ten arcs with a lis on each cusp. Ci. 598. Du. 443A. Elias 271. Laf. 447a. S. 8164. Schneider 118/9. Attractive, clear and sharp. Extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 2600 CHF
Lot 468
Estimate: 22000 CHF
HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE, County of Tirol. Sigismund der Münzreiche, Archduke of Austria, 1446-1496. Guldiner (Silver, 40 mm, 31.76 g, 4 h), the first taler-sized coin ever issued, with dies engraved by Wenzel Kröndl, Hall, mintmaster Bernhard Beheim the Elder, 1486. SIGISMVNDVS - ARChIDVX.AVSTRIE. Sigismund, wearing the archducal crown, full armor and a cloak, standing facing, holding a mace-headed scepter in his right hand and resting his left on his sword pommel; in field to left, shield, with the arms of Austria, held by a lion; to right, crowned tournament helmet with peacock feathers; inner border of arcs, pierced by the archduke's head and feet. Rev. Sigismund, wearing full tournament armor, a helmet with the Hapsburg peacock feathers and fluttering ribbons and holding a banner-tipped lance in his right hand, riding a galloping horse, with armor and a fluttering caparison, to right; below horse, 1486; around the edge, beginning at the top right, 16 shields bearing the arms of: Burgau, Upper Austria, Pfirt, Habsburg, Austria, Windisch Mark, Carinthia, large shield bearing the arms of Old-Austria with five eagles, Styria, Krain, Portenau, Montfort-Feldkirch, Tirol, Kyburg, Alsace and Nellenburg. Davenport 8087A. Levinson IV-49a. LHS 95, 2005, 267 (same dies). Moes.-Dwor. 91. Schulten 4424 var. Voglhuber 1/III. Vom Taler zum Dollar 3/10 var. Very rare; a coin of great numismatic and historical importance, very attractively toned and most impressive. Fields smoothed long ago, as usual, otherwise, about extremely fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Lot 469
Estimate: 750 CHF
ITALY, Bologna. Papal Coinage. Julius II (Giuliano Della Rovere), 1503-1513. Ducato (Gold, 23 mm, 3.45 g, 8 h). •IVLIVS• II •PONT• MAX Coat of arms surmounted by crossed key and Papal tiara; all within quatrelobe. Rev. S• PETRVS• D-E• BONONIA St. Peter standing facing, holding key and book of gospels. Berman 602. CNI 11. Chimienti 236. Friedberg 332a. MIR 577. Muntoni 89. Attractive and clear. Slightly matte surfaces, otherwise, nearly extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 600 CHF
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