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2014 Sept finds page 2

Stunning Georgian gold signet ring - no hall marks - reported to museum as potential treasure if pre 1714

HK ?

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver farthing - Type 28-31

Obv + ED **** REX

Rev **/DON - London mint

1582-3 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat - Bell mint mark
Scottish 1602 James VI hammered silver 1/8th Thistle Merk

1351- 61 Edward III hammered silver penny - Pre Treaty - annulet in all 4 qtrs on reverse

Rev **/TAS/LON/** London mint

1696 William III milled silver sixpence 1604 James 1st hammered silver sixpence

1762 Danske 1 skilling milled silver

Denmark

1696 William III milled silver sixpence
c10thC Saxon stirrup mount 16thC Tudor button

1490-1504 Henry VII hammered silver sovereign penny, No initial mark

Archbishop Rotherham issue - key beneath shield

Obv King entroned holding septre and orb,two double pillars

Rev York mint

1464-1470 Edward IV hammered silver halfgroat - Rose mint mark Light Issue Royal

Obv EDW *** ANGL Z FRA

Rev CIVI/TAS/CAN/TOR - Canterbury mint

1247 Henry III hammered silver voided half penny

Rev NIC/OLE - Moneyer Nicole of London

1327 Edward III hammered silver penny

Quatrefoil with pellet in reverse cross

Obv +EDW***

Rev /TAS/**/RACI - York mint

1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing 1653 Jeremy Erds of Manningtree Esex hammered copper trade farthing
1856 French Napoleon milled copper coin Pair of Georgian cufflinks
16thC uniface coin weight from Germany - no rose, h or standing figure Foreign Army button ? Continental type crown 16thC Tudor button
RN Capt / Commander - 1901
Other Ship's Officers - 1901
WW1 Queens own regiment button

July 1357 - June 1358 Edward III hammered silver half groat - Pre Treaty Series G - Ga type crown

9 arches to tressure - fleurs on cusps, none over crown

Obv EDWARDVS REX o ****

Rev **/DOII/CIVI/TAS - London mint

French artillery 1914-18
Post medeival lead bale seal
15thC open topped thimble 1806 George III milled copper penny
1696 William III milled silver sixpence

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - pellet on neck - Cross pattee

Obv + EDWAR ANGL DNS HYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

 

Huge medieval heraldic shield type lead trade weight

Chevrons

1586 Hans Krauwincel II Rose orb Jeton

HANNS KRAVWINCKEL IN NVRENB

17thC lead token 15thC lead token 1500-1700 mount 1500-1700 mount
Georgian spur and fittings
18thC silver clog fastener - Maker JD

Post medieval cast copper alloy asymmetrical buckle frame, some with with a pointed knop at the end of the loop

The buckle dates from c.1575 - 1700

19thC coast guard button
Georgian copper signet ring 17thC lead token Victorian religious pendant

Victorian brooch Victorian gilded cuff link
Little and large of 18thC toy cannons

1377-1399 Richard II hammered silver half penny

Obv + RICARDx REX x ANGL

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON- London mint

Stunning condition 4thC Roman bronze sent for ID

This is an easy one and a good example of how a couple clear letters in the right place can be just as good as a clear name in the obverse legend.  This is a billon centenionalis of Constantius II (son of Constantine I) as Caesar - and although the majority of his name is illegible, the praenomia FL IVL (Flavius Julius) are adequately clear.  On this type, those could only be part of the legend for Constantius II as Caesar, bust right, laureate and cuirassed.  The full obverse legend would be FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C. 
This is, of course, one of the earlier group of GLORIA EXERCITVS types with two legionary standards between the two soldiers who stand facing, looking at each another, each holding a spear in outer hand and resting on a shield with inner hand. The exergual mint mark form is TR • S for the second officina or workshop at the mint in Trier.  This form of the mint mark with a dot between the mint abbreviation and officina designation was only used at Trier in 332-3 AD, so it dates the piece quite closely.
For reference, it is RIC VII  Trier 540 and considered "very common"

Mark

Medieval annular brooch

Georgian clay wig curler

By the late seventeenth century these cylinders were being fashioned from pipe clay which had been fired to retain the desired shape. These curlers were rounded at each end and were thinner in the middle, thus helping to retain the hair on the curler.

Medieval hanging harness pendant

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver half penny

Obv EDWAR ***

Rev /DON/CI** - London mint

1247 Henry III hammered voided long cross silver farthing 1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross half penny

1247 Henry III hammered voided long cross penny

Rev /NDE - London mint

1299- 1300 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - Class 9b

Obv + EDWR ANGL DNS HYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/EBO/RACI - York mint

Ancient gold ingot - reported to museum as treasure

3.37g, 12.5mm L

Stunning condition 1688 -94 William and Mary milled copper penny
1816 George III milled silver sixpence

1485 Henry VII hammered silver halfpenny - Single Arched crown- Cross ends fourchee

Obv hENRIC DI GRA REX

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON -London mint

1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross penny - Class 5

Obv hENRICVS REX III

Rev GIL/BER/TON/CAN - Gilbert of Canterbury mint

1327 Edward III hammered silver half groat

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON -London mint

1641-3 Charles 1st hammered silver penny - mintmark dot

'triangle and circle' King had left London and Parliament stuck these coins

1816 George III milled silver shilling
Georgian intaglio 1696 William III milled silver shilling

Georgian trade weight

Crow G cipher London

18thC bulluin cup weight 1816 George III milled silver sixpence
850 BC Bronze Age socketed axe fragment
1894 Victoria milled silver three pence 1485 - 1509 Henry VII hammered silver sovereign penny - Bishop Fox issue
Medieval hammered silver long cross penny

1351- 61 Edward III hammered silver long cross penny- Pre treaty

Obv *****REX

Rev DVNE/LMIS - Durham mint

19thC Kings Dragoon guards button 1500-1700 mount

1795 Condor token

This 1795 British copper halfpenny token was designed by Thomas Wyon of the Peter Kempson and Sons mint in Birmingham, England, for the London firm of Clark and Harris, dealers in stoves and fireplace grates. The obverse displays a bust of Washington facing right with the legend "G. WASHINGTON. THE FIRM FRIEND TO PEACE & HUMANITY." The reverse displays a large grate (a screen put in front of a fireplace) with LONDON and 1795 below. The reverse legend reads "PAYABLE BY CLARK & HARRIS 13. WORMWOOD St. BISHOPSGATE ." The "Grate" token is found in both the large button and the rarer small button varieties; referring to the relative size of the three buttons on Washington's coat. Most examples have a diagonally reeded edge but about 30 of the large button variety exist with the lettered edge: "PAYABLE AT LONDON LIVERPOOL OR BRISTOL."

The "Grate" token was made for and used in England but has been collected as part of the American Colonial series because of the Washington bust and because of its relationship to the Liberty and Security series. The "Grate" halfpenny was designed by the same engraver who created the Liberty and Security "penny" and it uses a bust similar to the 1795 Liberty and Security "halfpenny".

18thC silver clog fastener 1500-1700 mount 15thC casket key
1670 Charles II milled copper farthing 1861 Victoria milled copper half penny

Big 2ndC Roman bronze coin sent for ID

I can tell you about it in some generalities, but I'm afraid I won't be able to be as specific as I like to be - there are just not quite enough specific identifying characteristics visible.  This could be any one of the 3 Flavian emperors: Vespasian, 69-79 AD, Titus as either Caesar (69-79) or Augustus (79-81) or Domitian's earlier portraits as Caesar, (69-81) which were designed to make him look as much like his father and brother as possible.  After Titus' death when he took over the whole show on his own, his portrait changes signficantly, giving him a much longer neck and more "distinguished" set of facial features.  Vespasian had been the first non-aristocratic emperor and Domitian was definitely attempting to correct the earthy image Vespasian had cultivated in order to help him do a bit of social butterflying.

I'm not certain, however, that it's a sestertius - if you look along the top of the head, you can see what appears to me to be the tips of the spiky radiate crown of Sol which distinguished the Dupondius from the As.  You didn't give me any metrics, so this is only a guess. A full-sized Flavian-era Dupondius is as large and heavy as many later sestertii would be in the time of the Antonines and later.

The reverse, unfortunately, is not remarkable enough to clearly point towards any one of the three Flavians.  It appears most likely to be Pax standing left holding olive-branch and cornucopiae, but it could be Felicitas, who holds a caduceus rather than a branch. All 3 used Pax and Felicitas repeatedly during their reigns. The remaining details are just a little too uncertain with that largish area of exposed patina surface to be certain of just which attribute the right-hand is holding.

Mark

 

1586 Hans Krauwincel II Rose orb Jeton

HANNS KRAVWINCKEL IN NVRENB

15thC lead token 19thC Titled family liver button
Venetian Soldino issued by Doge Michele Steno (1400-1413).
Obv: MICHAEL STEN' DVX (Michele Steno, Doge). Doge standing left, holding standard.
Rev: S MARCVS VENETI (Saint Mark of Venice). Winged and nimbate lion of Saint Mark facing
16thC Tudor clothing fastener
1602 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat - 1 mint mark Georgian silver thimble
1714- 27 George 1st milled silver sixpence - South Seas company love token Medieval hammered silver long cross penny
1806 George III milled gold third guniea

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver long cross penny

Rev /LON **** London mint

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver long cross penny

Obv EDWA*********

Rev CIVI/TAS *****

Post medieval lead dice

17thC lead trade token

Ob RW

Rev Bird

14thC

Composite two piece copper alloy button with seperate drawn wire copper alloy wire shank

RN Petty Officer - 1891
Unknown widget
Very unusual early medieval zoomorphic style buckle with integral plate
1560-1 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver half groat - Cross crosslet mint mark

1216 Henry III hammered silver short cross penny

Obv ICV******

Rev .ON.

18thC clog fastener Part of medieval lock ??

1500-1700 hooked mount

1586 Hans Krauwincel II Rose orb Jeton

HANNS KRAVWINCKEL IN NVRENB

Medieval strap end - single rivet fixing

complete cast copper alloy buckle of post-medieval date. The buckle is a double loop asymmetrical shape

Circa 1575- 1700

1500- 1700 mount

61st Regiment of foot

O/R's - 1855-1881

1500- 1700 mount 1500- 1700 mount 17thC clothing fastener
17thC lead token

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver long cross penny

Obv EDWAR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1826 William IV milled silver four pence

1280-2 Edward 1st hammered silver long cross half penny - Type 2

Egg waisted S

Obv EDWR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1921 George V milled silver shilling (12 pence) 1819 George III milled silver shilling (12 pence)
1st to 2ndC Roman Dolphin type fibular brooch 1596 Elizabeth hammered silver sixpence
1603 James 1st hammered silver sixpence 1604 James 1st hammered silver sixpence

20thC 18 carat gold ring - 4.04g

Marked 18 carat - Continental

Saxon Stirrup terminal

Early Medieval 11th century
20thC Copper Dolphin ring

10th/11thC Late Saxon stirrup mount - Type 12 openwork version Page 7 - fig 312, David Williams

20.10g, 46.78mm L x 27.47mm W x 4.99mm T

1835 -91 Japan Tempo Tsuho Mon Bronze coin 1573 Elizabeth hammered silver sixpence
1573 Elizabeth hammered silver sixpence

1422-61 Henry VI hammered silver half penny

Obv hENRIC REX ANGL

Rev CIVI/TAS/CANT

Stunning BC Roman silver coin sent for ID

19.1 mm,3.4g

A quick reply now and I'll hope to get back to it to tell you some of the details later - there are plenty of details.  C. Coelius Caldus - this piece dates to 51 BC. - As you can tell, there's a LOT going on on this piece - most of it has to do with preparations fro the Feast of Jupiter.  This is not one of the absolute top-dollar types, but it is a sought-after and somewhat scarce piece with a "catalog value" 2-3 times higher than other, more common or less desirable types from the same era.

Cool find!

Mark

I promised you some more details about this lovely denarius - so here they are.  This is an issue given to the family Coelia by Babelon in his original work on Republican coins, classifying them by the families of the issuing aediles - a lower-rank job generally given to younger senators and considered one of the first rungs for climbing the cursus honorum to eventual political status including Consul or Censor, etc.
This specific piece is an issue of C. Coelius Caldus, originally attributed to ~c. 62 BC, new scholarship dates this issue a decade or so later in 51 BC.  This is a prime example of a young politician trying his best to associate himself with the offices and exploits of his famous ancestors.

The obverse is a portrait of the younger Caius' namesake grandfather who was consul in 94 BC. The "HIS" on the standard behind his head refers to his military victories in Spain.  Not really all that clear on your specimen, there is a standard topped with a boar beneath his chin and COS (for "Consul") beneath the neck truncation.  I'm uncertain exactly what the boar represents, but it also relates to his grandfather's exploits in Spain.  In front of the portrait, the legend reads C COEL CALDVS - the name of both the moneyer and his famous grandfather. The reverse refers to the moneyer's father who held the office of "Epulo Jovis". The scene depicted is a figure "seated on a lofty lectisternum" between two trophies.  The stage is inscribed, CALDVS VII VIR EPVL (VIR & VL in monogram) naming him as a "Septumvir of Epulo" -  one of seven officials holding this office simultaneously.  I'm uncertain what "epulo" means, exactly, but "Jovis" means "of Jupiter" so it is an honorary religious office of sorts.  Vertically on the left it reads C / CALDVS, on the right, I / MP / A / X (MP in monogram) "Imperator, Augur, Deceimvir" and below CALDVS III VIR (LDV in monogram) - "triumvir".

There are several sub-types with essentially all these same elements, but variously arranged with legend parts and/or trophies swapping sides of the stage as well as the 2 standards on the obverse swapping location and the HIS on the obverse standard replaced with other abbreviations or by weapons.  Yours is RSC Babelon Coelia 7 (out of 6 essentially similar types, differently laid-out, referring to the office of Epulo Jovis numbered 7-12).  

An interesting piece, to be sure - and one that is generally valued a good bit higher than the average issue of the era.

Mark

1607 James 1st hammered silver sixpence

1327 Edward III hammered silver penny

Obv EDWARDVS***

Rev CIVI/TAS/***

 

18thC silver button 1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny

1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny

Rev HEN/RIO/ - Moneyer Henri

This is wedding medallion from India,
Usually given to the Bride as a Fertility Good Luck charm.
TALLI means MOTHER in Teulugu ethnic group of India.
1921 George V milled silver florin (24 pence) 1901 Dorset Regiment cap badge

1247 Henry III hammered silver voided long cross half penny

Rev NIC/OLE - Moneyer Nicole

Royal Marines light infantry regiment
17thC lead token

15thC Sapinsh hammered silver coin - researching it ????

1474 -1504 Seville, Spain, 1/2 real, Ferdinand-Isabel, mintmark S plus

Obv + RCx.C.T:REE.WA.CRST.CSIO

Rev RELISH + FERN*****NIS:ET.

1835 William IV milled silver three pence 1247 Henry III hammered silver coided long cross penny
1553 Mary hammered silver groat

1377-99 Richard II hammered silver penny - quatrefoil in centre of reverse cross - satire stops

Obv **ARDVS.REX. *****

Rev xCIVI/TAS/***/ACI - York mint

1247 Henry III hammered silver coided long cross penny 1247 Henry III hammered silver coided long cross penny
1594-6 Elizabeth hammered silver penny

1377-1399 Richard II hammered silver half penny

Obv + RICARDVS REX ' ANGL

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON- London mint

0.48g,14mm

1377-1399 Richard II hammered silver half penny

Obv + RICARD . REX ' ANGL'

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON- London mint

0.58g,14.2mm

1850 Victoria milled silver six pence
1850 Victoria milled silver half crown (30 pence) Medieval harness shield pendant
Roman bronze hanging phallic pendant

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver penny - Class 9 star on breast

Rev VE**** - Durham mint

Medieval key

Big 1stC Roman bronze sent for ID

31mm,15.94

The weight seems a little low - probably from edge-chipping - but it appears to be a sestertius of Crispina, erstwhile wife of Commodus, eliminated in one of his early paranoid purges.  Coins were struck in her honor from 178-182 making her one of the somewhat scarcer Antonine personalities to find on coins.  The reverse appears to be Juno, holding a patera and scepter, with a peacock at her feet.  It's a little hard to tell, but I believe this to be (and therefore the legend would also be) JVNO LVCINA -  "The Light-bringer" - the goddess who helped newborn children see the light of day and is especially asociated with childbirth in the Imperial family during the Antonine dynasty.

Mark

17thC lead token Victorian silver thimble

1369-77 Edward III hammered silver penny - Post treaty

Obv ** REX ANGL F FRA

Rev + CIVI/TAS/**/*Ixx - York mint

1649 Commonwealth hammered silve rhalf groat

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver long cross half penny

Obv EDWR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

1280 - 1286 Alexander III hammered silver penny

OBV ALEXANDER DEI GRA

REV REX SCOTORUM - King of Scots

1892 Victoria milled silver six pence
Late Victorian gold and silver pendant

1351 Edward III hammered silver penny - Pre treaty series A - Extra annulet in one qtr in reverse

Obv + EDWARDVS REX ANGLI

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON - London mint

1327 Edward III hammered silver half penny

Obv **E+E**

Rev /DEN - Aberdeen mint

Medieval Edward hammered silver long cross half penny

Obv ANGL D****

Rev /CIVI - Civitas type

1880 Victoria milled silver six pence

1746 Russian lead bale seal - St Petersburg WWII RAF silver sweet heart brooch
Roman bronze pot foot
1634 Charles 1st hammered copper rose farthing Tudor period hammered silver groat fragment
Georgian silver button 1890 Victoria milled silver 6 pence
1921 George V milled silver half crown - (30 pence) 1567 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver sixpence
C10thC Saxon stirrup mount 1816 George III milled silver sixpence

1488- 1509 Henry VII hammered silver half penny- satires by neck - Double arched crown

Archbishop Morton

Obv hENRIC DI GRA REX

Rev CIVI/TAS/CAN/TOR - Canterbury mint

2ndC Roman fibular brooch
Post-Medieval, 1500-1700 spur
Medieval spur with rowell still attached - rowell type was in use AD1350-1400
16thC Antwerp hand coin weight Post-Medieval, 1500-1650 spur

Medieval enamelled harness shield pendant

There are too many shields with the 3 cinquefoils to give an exact id to. If you can tell me if there is even a slight trace of color left on the shield, then we can narrow down the names.

But here are some of the possibilities....

This shield could be either Dering Roll #28

Stefne de Cosintone (Stephen de Cossington)
Azure three cinquefoils or

Or Dering Roll #166

Norman Darci (or Philip Darcy on the Falkirk Roll)
Argent three cinquefoils gules

Or From the Charles Roll #45

Simon de Ver
Gules three cinquefoils argent

Or From the Lord Marshall's Roll #300

Thomas de Clenehull
Or three cinquefoils sable

Sorry, I wish I could be more exact.

Cal Jim

 

Medeival mount
WWII RAF button Victorian copper locket Essex Regiment enamelled badge

Stunning 18thC George III silver mount

GEORGE III BELOVED OF HIS PEOPLE

13th C Heraldic shield harness pendant - researching the owner

The actual guy we are looking for is the Uncle of the First Earl of Kildare. The owner of that pendant was Maurice FitzGerald, 3rd Lord of Offaly (1238 – before 10 November 1286)

He is on the Dering Roll (170), the Walford's Roll (C171); The Camden Roll (D196) & The Herald's Roll (HE136). The rolls all date from 1275-1280 and I bet that beautiful pendant does too.

In May 1262, he was among the chief magnates in Ireland summoned to inform King Henry III of England and his son Prince Edward about conditions in the country. He was summoned again in June 1265. Maurice was appointed Justiciar of Ireland on 23 June 1272 following the accidental death of his predecessor, James de Audley on 11 June of that year; his father had served in the same capacity from 1232 to 1245. Maurice himself held the post until September 1273, when he was succeeded by Sir Geoffrey de Geneville, Seigneur de Vaucouleurs.

He held four knight's fees in both Lea and Geashill from Roger Mortimer, 1st Baron Mortimer who had inherited them from his wife, Maud de Braose.

In 1276, he led a force of men from Connacht against the Irish clans of County Wicklow. Maurice's contingent joined the main army of Normans jointly commanded by his son-in-law, Thomas de Clare, Lord of Inchiquin and Youghal who had been made Lord of Thomond earlier that same year, and Sir Geoffrey de Geneville, Maurice's successor as Justiciar of Ireland. The Normans under Lords Thomond and Justiciar de Geneville attacked the Irish at Glenmalure, but were defeated and suffered heavy losses.

Jim

Rare 1708 Anne milled silver shilling -Edinburgh mint - 2nd bust

Biggest coin/ trade weight ? I have ever seen. The landowner eyeballed this on their land and I said I would try and get it ID'd. It looks like a Chineses cash coin but it is a monster and 1/8 inch thich.

69.5mm dia, 7mm thick

This copper coin worth 100 cash is from the city of Fuzhou in China, the capital city of Fujian Province. It was minted between 1853 and 1855 during the reign of the Emperor Wen Zong (1850-61), of the Qing Dynasty. The Chinese characters on the obverse read 'Xian Feng tong bao'. The characters at the top and bottom, 'Xian Feng', refer to the reign title of Wen Zong, and translate as 'Universal Prosperity'. The character on the right is 'tong', and that on the left is 'bao', and together they mean 'Universal Currency'. The characters on the reverse indicate the value of the coin and where it was minted. The characters to left and right read 'Boo fu', which means the mint of Fuchow. Those at the top and bottom read 'Yi Bai', which show that the coin is worth one hundred cash.

Roman bronze mount Possible medieval ear wax scraper

Cast copper alloy trapezoidal shoe or knee buckle with concave sides

1660-1720

Colchester Police button 1582-4 Elizabeth hammered silver penny - A mint mark
1602 Elizabeth hammered silver half groat - 2 mint mark 1580 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver three pence
1592-5 Elizabeth hammered silver half groat - tun 1567-70 Elizabeth 1st hammered silver six pence - Coronet mint mark
16thC Tudor S buckle

Interesting Roman decorated bronze implement - serrated thumb grip like on Roman buckle tongues - needs research

1422- 61 Henry VI hammered silver half penny

Rev IC REX ***

Rev L/DON - London mint

1280 Edward 1st hammered silver farthing - Sterling silver issue no inner circle on Obv side

Type 10 bust to edge of flan type

Rev ERAN GLIE

Rev LONDONIENSIS - London mint

Taco'd 1180-1199 Henry II hammered silver short cross penny - Type 4

Obv hENRICVS REX

 

1180-1199 Henry II hammered silver short cross penny - Type 1

Obv hENRICVS REX

Rev LVND + R - London mint

1327 Edward III hammered silver penny

Obv WRR***

Rev SCIE/ - Bury St Edmunds mint

1279 Edward 1st hammered silver long cross penny

Obv EDWR ANGL DNS hYB

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

Georgian watch winder Taco'd Elizabeth 1st hammered silver penny
1553 Mary hammered silver groat

1501-1521).
Venetian Soldino hammered silver coin

Rev: LAVS TIBI SOLI (Thee Alone be Praised). Haloed figure of Christ holding a cross.

Obv: LE LAV DVX S M V (Leonardo Lauredan, Doge. St Mark of Venice.) Doge kneeling before Saint Mark.

1377 - 99 Richard II hammered silver half penny

Obv +RICARD.REX'ANGL

Rev CIVI/TAS/LON/DON London mint

 

1625 Charles 1st hammered silver half pence - Rose both sides no legend

Tower mint

1575 Elizabeth hammered silver half groat

Venetian Soldino issued by Doge Michele Steno (1400-1413).
Obv: MICHAEL STEN' DVX (Michele Steno, Doge). Doge standing left, holding standard.
Rev: S MARCVS VENETI (Saint Mark of Venice). Winged and nimbate lion of Saint Mark facing.

Doge standing left, holding banner, * / D in right field

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