III Numismatic Convention
of Vigo

Auction 142 – May 3rd, 2024


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Lot 1043 - Roman Imperial

Nero. Aureus. 65-66 d.C. Rome. (Ric-I 59). (Bmcre87/9). (Cal-443a). Anv.: NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head to right. Rev.: SALVS. Salus seated to left on throne, holding patera. Au. 7,29 g. Slight scratches. Good example. Attached is an interesting old photograph of the coin, 50% enlarged, taken at the beginning of the 20th century by the photographic studio “Julián”, located in Cantón street in the town of Ferrol, we believe at the request of the collector at that time. Choice VF.

Lot 1204 - Spanish Monarchy

Ferdinand VI (1746-1759). 8 escudos. 1757. Santiago. J. (Cal-833). (Cal onza652). Au. 26,94 g. Beautiful colour. With some original luster remaining. Rare. Choice VF.

Lot 1048 - Roman Imperial

Faustina Junior. Aureus. 161-176 AD. Rome. (Ric-III (Marcus Aurelius) 717). (Calicó2074a). Anv.: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, draped bust to right, hair waved and fastened in bun on back of head. Rev.: SALVTI AVGVSTAE, Salus seated to left, feeding out of patera in right hand a snake coiled around and rising from an altar. Au. 7,27 g. Ex Chaves Collection. Almost XF/Choice VF.

Lot 1138 - Spanish Monarchy

Philip II (1556-1598). 8 reales. 1590/89. Sevilla. (Cal-Unlisted). (Jarabo-SanahujaA577 var). Ag. 27,24 g. Very clear overdate. Date to the right of the shield. Assayer d square to the left of the shield and in the fourth quadrant of the reverse. Jarabo-Sanahuja doesn’t mention this variant with the assayer also on the reverse. We have only found one other similar specimen auctioned in the last 15 years, but without assayer on reverse, that was in 2009 by Hess-Divo. Very rare and possibly unique. VF.

Lot 1153 - Spanish Monarchy

Philip IV (1621-1665). 2 reales. 1624. Mexico. D. (Cal-No cita). Ag. 7,04 g. Unlisted. Almost VF.

Lot 1349 - Great Britain

Great Britain. Anna. 1 crown. 1703. Vigo. (Km-519.1). (S3576). Ag. 29,73 g. This type was struck using silver seized in a Naval victory known as the Battle of Vigo Bay that was fought on October 23, 1702, during the beginning of the War of the Spanish Succession. Ornate “J L” engraved across obverse field. Rare. Choice VF.

Lot 1152 - Spanish Monarchy

Philip IV (1621-1665). Dieciocheno. 1654. Valencia. (Cal-826). Ag. 1,90 g. Very rare. Almost VF.

Lot 1133 - Spanish Monarchy

Philip II (1556-1598). 1 real. ND (1572-1589). Mexico. O. (Cal-224). Ag. 3,31 g. Part of the king´s name and ordinal visible. Toned. Choice VF.

Lot 1236 - Spanish Monarchy

Charles IV (1788-1808). 8 reales. 1806. Guatemala. M. (Cal-901). Ag. 26,56 g. Toned. Scarce. Almost XF.

Lot 1354 - Hungary

Hungary. Franz Joseph I. 20 korona. 1910. Kremnitz. KB. (Km-486). (Fried2074). Au. 6,76 g. Original luster. Rare.AU.