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1 India, Mughal Empire, AE ½ dam or nisfi (10.24 g.), Dar al-Khalifat Agra, AH 98x. KM.22.1, gVF. 10
2 Korea, AE cash (3.13 g.), 1423-1590. Cho Son tong bo, ‘Cho Son’ (Morning Calm) was an old name for Korea. Schj.13; Gardner 8; DH.25.73. VF 5
3 Vietnam, 1 van  (2.14 g.), 立元通寶 - Lập Nguyên Thông Bảo / Li Yuan Tong Bao in Seal script. Reverse plain. 1746-1777, Zinc alloy. gF 10
4 Vietnam, Border cash (1.51 g.) (direct copy of Qing and late Ming), obv. the Chines Ming legend崇禎通寶 - Chong Zhen Tong Bao / rev. the Qing Manchu ᠪᠣᠣ ᠶᡠᠸᠠᠨ boo yuwan for Board of Works, Peking. VF 10
5 Vietnam, 嗣德 Tu Duc, 1848-1883, 3 quan AR bar (15.88 g.). ND. KM.511; Schr.344. gVF-XF 200
6 China, early Qing rebels, 1644-1681, The Prince of Tang 隆武 Long-wu 1645-46, AE wen (3.92 g.) DH 21.31 gF 2
7 Chinese charm or amulet, obv.: Qu xie pi e 驅邪辟惡 (Expel Evil, Destroy Wickedness) / rev. Tortoise (long levity), Snake (natural power), Sword (destroy evil), Seven Stars. 44.5 mm.
Ref.: Hartill (Cast Chinese Amulets) obv.#4.4372 / rev.#4.4025.
8
8 Chinese charm or amulet, obv.: Yuan Tian Shang Di (The Xuanwu God) / rev. The eight Trigrams. Somewhat crude casting (late 19th cent.?). 38.5 mm.
Ref.: Hartill (Cast Chinese Amulets) #4.820
10
9 Vienam, 3 different brass cash, 昭統 Chieu Thong, 1787-1789, Chiêu Thống Thông Bảo 昭統通寶, rev. Chinh 正; resp. Trong 中; Quang Trung, 1788-1792, 光中通寶 Quang Trung Thông Bảo, Rev. plain. gF 6
10 Large Chinese charm or amulet, Zheng De tong bao (Currency of the Zheng De period)/ rev. Flaming pearl, Dragon and Phoenix. 68.5 mm.The Zheng De amulets were considered so lucky that there was a popular saying: Ïf a family has a Zheng De coin, there will be riches and honour for ten thousand years”. Ref.: Hartill (Cast Chinese Amulets) page 396+. VF 20
11 Chinese charm or amulet, Zheng De tong bao (Currency of the Zheng De period)/ rev. Dragon and Phoenix. 49 mm. Ref.: Hartill (Cast Chinese Amulets) page 396+. aEF 10
12 Sasanian, Varahran V, 420-438, AR drachm (4.18 g.), ND, mint signature GW (Jurjan). Ref.: Göbl I/2.  XF 25
13 Sasanian, Peroz, 457-484, AR drachm (4.13 g.), ND, mint signature GW (Jurjan). Ref.: Göbl III/3 25
14 Harrar, Abdallah, AH1303-1305/AD1885-1887, brass mahallak, AH1303. KM.11. aVF 18
15 Harrar, Abdallah, AH1303-1305/AD1885-1887, brass mahallak, AH1303. KM.11, VF 23
16 Egypt, Republic. AE medal, ND, Aswan Dam. The symbols on the rev. forming the Arabic XF 5
17 Morocco, ‘Alawi Sharifs, lot of 7 coppers, few dated. F-VF 10
18 Islamic, mixed lot of c. 45 silver coins, most medieval. F-VF 50
19 Islamic, mixed lot of 14 coppers, medieval to modern. F-VF 15
20 Central Asia, Chach, Tarnavch, AE unit (2.16 g.), 7-8th cent. obv: Lion or leopard / rev. Tamgha, Sogdian legend. F
Ref.: Shagalov& Kutznetsov #243.
20
21 Central Asia, Chach, Chanubek, AE unit (1.31 g.), 7-8th cent. obv: Portrait of Chanubek or Chanurnak / rev: Tamgha within Sogdian legend, Scarce, aVF
Ref.: Shagalov & Kuznetsov #142
25
22 Central Asia Chach, unknown ruler, AE unit (3.33 g.), 7-8th cent., obv: Portrait of ruler left / rev: Swan shaped Tamgha and Sogdian legend. aVF
Ref.: Fedorov JONS 192.
40
23 Islamic, Unidentified cast AE fals (3.22 g.), Anatolia. F
Cf: Miles “Tarsus”, pl. XLI – 12.
5
24 Islamic, incuse token, dated 1345 4
25 Palembang, lot of 11 tin pitjis 28
26 Vietnam, Nguyễn Emperors, 啓定 Khai Dinh, 1916-1925, AE cash (2.24 g.) 2
27 Morocco, AR ½ dirham, AH1299, 1315, AR 1/20 rial 1320; AR dirham, AH1299, 1316 & 1317. Lot of 6 coins, average VF-gVF Ref.: KM. Y.4 & 5, Y.9.2, Y.10.2 & Y.18.1, 25
28 China, Warring States (475–221 BC), so-called 鑰 錢 key money or 藕 心 錢 lotus root heart money (22.28 g.). Whether it is used as currency is very unlikely.
Ref.: Ramsden (1912) p 28-29 ; Coole (1976) 6820ff ; Althoff, R. (1993) Sammlung Kohler-Osbar Band II/1. p 137) F
15
29 China, Xin Dynasty 新 (Wang Mang's interregnum), AD 14-23, Bu Quan (3.40 g), value 1 wu zhu. gF
Ref.; Hartill 9.72
8
30 China, Western Han, 4 zhu (2.70 g.). Ban Liang (issued from 136 to 118 BC). F
Ref.: Hartill 7.29
12
31 China, Liao dynasty, Emperor Dao Zong (1055-1101), Da An yuan bao (1085-94), AE 1 wen (2.88 g). F
Ref.: Hartill 18.17
8
32 China, Ming dynasty, AE 1 wen (3.57 g.), tribal issue of Guizhou province, obv: 火 平 信 寶 Huo Ping Xin Bao / rev: plain, value 1, 1488-1505. aVF
(Hartill 20.126/7)
15
33 China, Ming dynasty, 泰昌 Tai-chang 1620, AE 1 wen (3.15 g.) Hartill 20.169; same, Tai Chang tong bao, AE 10 wen (9.50) (authenticity questioned) Hartill 20.179. Lot of 2 coins. aVF 10
34 China, Qing rebels, Wu Sangui (1674-1678), brass 2 wen (4.14 g.), obv: 利 用 通 寶 Li Yong Tong Bao / rev: 二 Er right, 厘 Li left, value 2. aVF
Ref.: Hartill 21.95 ; FD 2150
10
35 China, Qing, Xian-feng (1851-1861), Board of Revenue ᠪᠣᠣ ᠴᡳᠣᠸᠠᠨ boo chiowan / rev. dang 當 between moon and star, brass 50 wen (34.58 g.). Prince Qing Hui mint, cast May-August 1854, edge defect, otherwise VF
Ref.: Hartill 22.761; KM/C 1-7.2.
20
36 China, Qing, Transitional coinage 1912, Republican cash, Min Guo zhong bao, 10 cash (5.54 g), (Hartill 24.8); Min Guo tong bao / rev. Dong chuan (Yunnan), 1 wen (1.37 g) (Hartill 24.7). Lot of 2 coins, F 10
37 China, Qing, Transitional coinage 1912, obv. Fu Jian Tong Bao (The coin of Fujian) / rev. Er wen = 2 wen (2.96 g.), Republican flags. F
One of the last Chinese cast cash coins, issued during early Chinese Republican period in 1912.
Ref.: Hartill 24.5; KM.Y 375.
5
38 China. Republic. Sichuan warlords, a crudely cast copy of a 20 cash for the Republic, year 8 = 1919. F
Ref.: KM, compare 308a
10
39 China, Republic, 5 & 10 wen cast pattern issues Gansu, c. 1928, obv: 五 文 Wu Wen, in centre 造 Zao / rev: 甘 肅 輔 幣 Gan Su Fu Bi, in centre 孔 Kong; Obv: 十 文 Shi Wen / rev: 中 華 民 國 Zhong Hua Min Guo. F
Ref.: KM.Pn1 & Pn2)
10
40 China-Japan, Manzhouguo, Emperor Kang De (Pu Yi) puppet reign in Japanese occupied Manchuria (1934-1945), 5 Fen (0.82 g.) red fiber, year Kang De, 11 (1944). F
Ref.: Y.A13a
5
41 China, Coin-like charms, four character obverse / two character reverse, Zhang Fa Qi Xiang / Boo Fu (5.25 g) & Guang Xu tong bao / rev. wanxiang gengxin (4.61 g). VF 10
42 Giray Khans (Qrim Khanate), Mengli Giray I, AH871-920/AD1466-1514, AR akçe. Lot of 3 variants of the year AH888, mint: Qiriq-Yer. VF-gVF
Ref.: A-2070
20
43 Ilkhan, Arghun (AH683-690/AD1284-1291), AR dirham (2.02 g.), Isfahan, AH686, obv. Kalima / rev. double-trident tamgha within uyghur legends, instead of at right on this piece the double-trident is located at left above “deledkeguluksen”
Ref.: A-2146
15
44 India, Indian Princely States, Jhalawar, AR nazarana rupee i.n.o. Queen Victoria, VS1915 (frozen)/Ry.3, ex mount (as all specimen of this regnal year are). An identical specimen sold in SARC Auction 27 (2017) #2198 for US$ 260. Very rare gVF  Ref.: Y.6b 100
45 Indonesia, Dutch East Indies, Chinese Kongsi coins, Bangka tin cash (3.44 g.), obv: 先 朱 英 泰 Xian Zhu Ying Tai / rev: 平 宜 Ping Yi, 1740-1813. F Ref.: Puji Harsono 287 25
46 Indonesia, Dutch East Indies, Chinese Kongsi coins, Bangka tin cash (5.98 g.), 兵郎公司 bing lang gongsi / Haza falus Pangkal Pinang. F
Ref.: Puji Harsono 48; JONS 219 (2014) #253
15
47 Indonesia, Dutch East Indies, Chinese Kongsi coins, Bangka tin cash (4.04 g.), obv. Lie Gang ( 列港 ) at sides (malay): alamat judi / rev. around (malay) alamat; shan (seal) at right. gVF
Ref.: Puji Harsono 167
25
48 Indonesia, Dutch East Indies, Chinese Kongsi coins, Bangka tin cash (3.70 g.), obv. 武羅公司 Wu Luo Gongsi / rev: 中興 Zhong Xing
Ref.: Puji Harsono 279; JONS 219, 2014 #250
15
49 Indonesia, Banten, Pangeran Ratou cash inspired coin (8.63 g.), 1546-1596, obv: Pangeran Ratou [Lord King; title of three sultans in the period 1550-1596] Javanese script / rev: no legend. VF
Ref.: Millies (1871) 112; ONS Newsletter 213 (2012) p. 28
25
50 Indonesia, Banten, Pangan Ratou ing Banten cash-inspired coin, 1566-1620, obv: Pangeran Ratou Ing Banten [Lord King at Banten] (Malay script) / rev: no legend. aVF
Ref.: Millies (1871) 113; ONS Newsletter 213 (2012) p. 28
25
51 Iran, Reza Shah (AH1344-1360/AD1925-1941), AR 2 & 5 riyals (10.13, 25.15 g.), SH1311 & 1312. lot of 2 coins EF
Ref.: KM.1130, 1131
25
52 Japan, so-called "bad coins" with a Chinese Tang Dynasty legend, excavated near Solo, Island of Java, Indonesia. Either local imitations, or imported Japanese Shima-sen. Obv: 開 元 通 寶 Kai Yuan Tong Bao / rev: incuse impression of the obverse legend; bita-sen (2.22 g.), value 1; 14th – 16th c. Rare F
Ref.: Hartill (Japan) 2.5
10
53 Ottoman Empire, Bayazid II, AH886-918/AD1481-1512, AR akçe, AH886, set of 5 different mints, viz.: Edirne, Kostantiniye, Kratova, Novar, Uskup. VF-gVF
Ref.: A-1312
25
54 Sasanian, Khusru II (AD590-627), AR drachm (4.03 g.), mint signature AT (Adurbadagan?), yr. 7 (AD 596/7). VF
Ref.: MAC.1111/14
18
55 Yemen Arab Republic, AE 1/80 riyal AH1382 (Y.21.1); same, 1/40 riyal AH1382, AH1384 (2, one variety in copper and another brass) (Y.22). Lot of 4 coins. gVF-EF 5
56 Tibet, Papermoney, Type KM11.d  - 100 Srang. These banknotes of 100 srang were issued between 1939 and 1959. F 85
57 Tibet. Papermoney, Type  KM11.a  - 100 Srang.  These banknotes of 100 srang were issued between 1939 and 1959  F-VF 70
58 Tibet. Papermoney. 25 Srang. These banknotes of 25 srang were issued between 1950 and 1955. 85
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61 The Sassanian Dynasty (CE 224-641), Collection of articles and catalogue in colour prints copied from www.Zarathushti.com. Almost 100 pages. 10
62 Fr. Schjöth: The Currency of the Far East. The Schjöth Collection at the Numismatic Cabinet of the University of Oslo, Norway, Zerox copy of 1929 edition. Folio size. 25
63 The Excavations at Sonkh; An exhibition at the National Museum New Delhi and the Museums in Uttar Pradesh, 1977-78. Containing ‘Some results of the Excavations at Sonkh, by Herbert Härtel (Berlin). Repr. From ‘German Scholars in India, vol. II, 1976. Softcover 5
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124 Br. Busso Peus Nachf, Münzhandlung, Katalog 276 (1971), Collection of Oriental Coins (294 lots) of a French diplomate who passed away before 1900, described by R. Seupel. 2
125 Museo Nazionale del Bargello: Medaglie Russe del Settecento da Pietro il Grande a Caterina II (1988), 104 p. Italian text. 4
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142 Saul David: The Indian Mutiny, 1857 (2003), 504 p. 5
143 Mike Dash: THUG, The True Story of India’s Murderous Cult (2005), 356 p. 4
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148 Malek Iradj Mochiri: Etudes de Numismatique Iranienne sous les Sassanides, Tome I (1972), 59 p. 2
149 A.S. Altekar: The Gupta Gold Coins in the Bayana Hoard (1992, facsimile repr. 1954 ed.), 363 p. + 48 plates. Hardcover 15
150 Stanley Lane-Poole: The Coinage of Bukhara (Transoxiana) in the British Museum from the time of Timur to the Present Day (1972, facsimile repr. 1882 ed.), 131 p. + 5 plates. Hardcover 10
151 W.W. Webb: The Currencies of the Hindu States of Rajputana (1972, repr. 1893 ed.) 5
152 Arent Pol, Schepen met Geld; De handelsmunten van de Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie, 1602-1799 (1989), 63 p. Hardcover 10
153 C. Collin Davies: An Historical Atlas of the Indian Peninsula (1981, 13th impression of 1949 ed.) 1
154 Singh, Khushwant: Ranjit Singh, Maharaja of the Punjab (Paperback, 2001); Sameer, Panchal: Gujarat Na Deshi Rajwadao Na Sikkao in Gujarati script and language, 288 p. (Paperback, 2010) 2
155 О. и. смирнова сводный каталог согдийских монет  (O. I. Smirnova, Consolidated catalogue of Sogdian coins) (1981), 548 p. Hardcover. 10
156 труды  Государственный Эрмитаж - Нумизматика, т. 3  (Publications of the State Hermitage - Numismatics, vol. 3)(1967), 194 p. Hardcover. 5
157 А.И. Колесников: Денежное хозяйство в Иране  в VII веке  ( A.I. Kolesnikov: Monetary System in Iran in the 7th century  (1998), 415 p. Hardcover 2
158 Российская академия наук - Институт востоковедения:  восточное историческое источниковедение и специальные исторические дисциплины  ( Eastern historical source studies and special historical disciplines)  (1995), 328 p. 2
159 Е.А. давидович,  корпус золотых и серебряных монет шейбанидов ХVI век  (E.A. Davidovich, Corpus of gold and silver coins of the Shaybanids of the 16th century) (1992), Hardcover. 5
160 Habib, Irfan: An Atlas of the Mughal Empire; Political and Economic Maps with detailed notes, bibliography and index (New Delhi, 1982) First edition, large folio, pp. xvii, 105, 32 maps, many double pages. A very good copy in original cloth, dust wrapper.         60
161 Mujumdar, R.C. (general ed.): Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Mumbai: The History and Culture of the Indian People, 4th Edition.
Vol. VII, The Mughal Empire,  1004 p.+ 4 maps and several plates;
Vol. VIII, The Maratha Supremacy, 860 p. 
Vol. IX, British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance, part I, 1205 p.
Vol. X, British Paramountcy and Indian Renaissance, part I, 688 p.
Set of 4 volumes, hardcover, all together over 3750 pages.
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162 British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society, 1908, 523 pp.  incl. J.P. Jackson: Coin Collecting in the Deccan & Coin Collecting in Mysore, incl. Some copper coins issued by the English East India Company and other European Powers in Southern India,  p. 263 – 346. Fine b/w illustrations. Hardbound 15
163   Lot of 4 coin albums 8
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