14th Feb, 2024 10:30 GMT/BST

Coins & Banknotes

  Lot 3


6x Roman Republic Denarii, to include; C. Minucius Augurinus, 18mm, 3.85g, 135BC, obv. Roma right, rev. column between two togate figures (Sear 119) dig to neck of bust and reverse left field o/wise near very fine; M. Furius L.f. Philus, 19mm, 3.87g, 119BC, obv. laureate head of Janus, rev. Roma standing left, crowning trophy with carnyx and shield on each side (Sear 156) struck on oval flan, good fine; C. Coelius Caldus, 17.7mm, 3.92g, 104BC, obv. helmeted head of Roma left, rev. Victory in biga left (Sear 196) toned and near extremely fine; L. Procilius F.f., 17mm, 3.61g, 80BC, obv. laureate head of Jupiter right, rev. Juno Sospita advancing right (Sear 306) toned and very fine; L. Aemilius Lepidus Paullus, 18.6mm, 3.83g, 62BC, obv. head of Concordia right, rev. togate figure of Paullus standing left touching trophy to left of which stand King Perseus of Macedon and his two sons as captives (Sear 366) good fine, obverse better; and, P. Clodius M.f., 18.3mm, 3.84g, 42BC, obv. laureate head of Apollo right, rev. Diana Lucifera standing right holding lighted torch in each hand (Sear 492) toned and very fine

Michael Whiteley Collection

Sold for £300
Estimated at £150 - £200


Auction: Coins & Banknotes, 14th Feb, 2024

The upcoming specialist coins, banknotes, and tokens sale at Tennants offers a diverse selection of high-quality lots to appeal to numismatists of all interests. The sale includes ancient, hammered, and milled coins, both British and foreign, as well as an interesting collection of 18th-century tokens, Maundy money, and banknotes. Of particular note is an exceptional collection of coins from the late Michael Whiteley, president of The Yorkshire Numismatic Society in 2000, featuring Roman, hammered, and milled coins, including high-grade Georgian and Victorian silver coinage.

The gold section boasts some excellent 17th and 18th-century British gold coinage, including a Charles I gold unite, a George II, two guineas 1738, and a rare George III guinea 1763, all in highly collectable grades. These coins are in addition to a range of Victorian and modern gold coins.

Maundy sets are also well represented in the sale, with many sets in their original cases, mainly from the 19th and 20th centuries. The earliest set on offer is a Charles II Maundy set 1679. Collectors of tokens will be delighted to find a good number of 18th-century provincial tokens, many in top grades, including a lot of four choice Thomas Spence tokens.

The sale also includes a superb example of a 17th-century marriage medal by renowned medallist Sebastian Dadler, in good very fine or better condition. Finally, the sale boasts a significant number of modern Royal Mint silver proofs and commemorative coinage. Overall, the sale offers a wide variety of quality lots that will surely appeal to collectors of all numismatic fields.


Tuesday 13 February 10am-5pm and morning of sale from 8am

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