Auction 145
Tauler&Fau Selection

June 25th 2024 - 15:00 H
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Ex Hernández-Canut

Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Pedro I (1350-1368). Real or two billon maravedi. Sevilla. (Bautista-522). Anv.: + PETRVS : REX : CASTELLE : ELEGIONIS :. Rev.: + PETRVS : REX : CASTELLE : ELEGIONIS :
 
. Ag. 2,41 g. S below the castle. Roundel and dots in the corners of the lobed frames. Very good sample. Very rare. Ex Hernández-Canut Collection, Cayón (20/03/2020), lot 330. Almost XF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

600 €

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"E-L-O-T" AU 58 Top Pop!!

Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Enrique III (1390-1406). 1 real. Toledo. (Bautista-761.2, Plate coin). (Imperatrix-761.2, Plate coin). Anv.: + DOMINVS · MIChI : ADIVTOR : EDEGO / : DISPICIAM : INIMICOS : M. Crowned EN. Rev.: + ENRICVS : DEI : GRCIA : REX : CASTELLE : · Quartered castles and lions. Ag. 3,44 g.

T-O-L-E counterclockwise on the axes. The S of CASTELLE on a T. Of the highest rarity. The only known.

Slabbed by NGC as AU 58. (Top Pop), the finest and unique known in the NGC and PCGS census.

Ex Tauler&Fau Selection (28/11/2018), lot 220
. Est...15000,00.

Starting bid

8.000 €

Catholic Kings (1474-1504). 1/2 excelente. Toledo. (Cal-630). (Bautista-2559). Anv.: + HELISABET · DEI · GRA · REGINA. Rev.: + FERNANDVS : DEI : GRATIA RE. Au. 1,76 g. F between dotted cross and T. Legends interchanged. The E of RE is an F. Slight rubbing. Very rare. Almost XF. Est...7500,00.

Starting bid

3.500 €

Ferdinand II (1479-1516). Double ducat. Valencia. (Cal-132). (Tauler-555). Anv.: + FERDINANDVS x DEIGRACIA x REX. Rev.: + VALENCIE x MAIORICARVM x SER. Au. 6,98 g. Escutcheon with lion rampant separating the legend on the reverse. The S of SER rectified over another letter. Rare. Choice VF. Est...6000,00.

Starting bid

3.000 €

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Tauler & Fau

Philip V (1700-1746). 1/4 real. ND (ca. 1705-22). Santa Fe de Nuevo Reino. (Cal-103). (Km-B7). (Restrepo-Unlisted). Ag. 0,60 g. Variety with corded border. Research by Herman Blanton draws a distinction between two types of these Bogota Cuartillos with ornate borders: this corded border and a more embellished type. Attempts to match the castle and lion to punches found on 8 Reales issues were unsuccessful, but because the design matches up quite closely to the security edge used in later milled issues, Blanton surmises that they emanate from the time of Ferdinand VI. As for this simpler corded-border type, loose attribution to the first reign of Philip V is the best guess based on similarities to the borders found on 1721-dated 8 Reales. A similar coin was sold at Stacks&Bowers (12/01/2024), lot 51008 for $4,000. This coin is exempt from any export license fee. VF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

500 €

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U.S. Coins. Liberty Nickels. 5 cents. 1901. Philadelphia. (Km-112). 4,91 g. Plenty of original luster. Rare in this condition. Mint state. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

250 €

Beatriz of Portugal. Lead seal. Anv.: King seated on two lions facing each side, wearing a long tunic and cloak over his knees. Holding a sword and a cruciferous globe, around a barely visible legend. Rev.: Quartered castles and lions in the left half of the shield and in the right center quinas of Portugal between vertical and curvilinear border of castles, with seven and eight castles respectively. Around it a partially visible legend ending in ...ET PORTUGALIG. 161,02 g. It retains traces of original silvering. Round flan. 53 mm. Almost VF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

600 €

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