LMCC – Addenda
This page will be used to add new coin types to the published catalogue. Images where included are not to scale and copyright remains with the original owner.
1.01.001B IMP C DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG Bust B1 (28.1 mm 10.43 g 7h). Unrecorded reverse design with Genius togate and wearing boots, facing left, holding patera in right hand, cornucopiae in left, head crowned with a tower. Münzkabinett, Kunst Historisches Museum, Vienna: RÖ 66555. An image and full details are available here – http://www.ikmk.at/object.php?id=197666
NB The description of Genius on 1.01.001A has been slightly amended – see corrections page.
3.01.005.5 IMP DIOCLETIANVS AVG Bust B3 (27.0 x 29.0 mm 7.45 g 6h). Steve Thomas collection. Although the coin is corroded, it has been inspected carefully and bears no trace of any mint marks.
3.01.009.5 IMP MAXIMIANVS PIVS F AVG Bust B3 (29.57 x 28.40 mm 10.35 g 7h). Authors’ collections. Originally listed on this page incorrectly as 3.01.011.5.
3.01.013.5 IMP MAXIMIANVS P F AVG Bust B4 (27.0 x 28.0 mm 10.82 g 2h). Steve Thomas collection.
3.01.021 (2) FL VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB C Bust B3 (27.86 x 28.46 mm 10.09 g 6h). A second example of this rare type, struck from a different set of dies from the British Museum example cited as the coin of record in LMCC. Authors’ collection ex Monnaies d’Antan, Auction 19, May 21, 2016, Lot 414.
4.02.016 (2) SEVERVN NOBILISSIMVS CAES Bust B3 (28.37 x 27.35 mm 10.18 g 6h). Obverse legend error variety. Authors’ collections, ex Downies Australian Auctions, Auction 321, Lot 1667, May 3-4, 2016.
4.03.001.5 IMP C MAXIMIANVS P FELIX AVG Bust B3 (7.80 g) Wold Newton hoard #45. The coin is currently uncleaned and the Yorkshire Museums Trust is hoping to acquire the hoard intact for further study. Image courtesy of and © Trustees of the British Museum.
4.03.010.5 IMP C MAXIMIANVS P AVG Bust B3 (27.93 x 27.73 mm 8.55 g 6h). Authors’ collections.
4.03.022.5 MAXIMINVS NOBILISSIMVS CAESAR The bust is a new type for London – laureate, cuirassed right, right hand raised (possibly holding mappa?), left hand holding globe. (9.09 g) Wold Newton hoard #58. The coin is currently uncleaned and the Yorkshire Museums Trust is hoping to acquire the hoard intact for further study. Image courtesy of and © Trustees of the British Museum.
4.03.024.5 MAXIMINVS NOBILISSIMVS C Bust B2 (10.50 g) Wold Newton hoard #60. The coin is currently uncleaned and the Yorkshire Museums Trust is hoping to acquire the hoard intact for further study. Image courtesy of and © Trustees of the British Museum.
5.04.003.5 IMP CONSTANTINVS P F AVG Bust B2 (z) left ( 28.0 x 27.0 mm 7.06 g 6h). Shield is decorated with two captives seated back to back, trophy between. Steve Thomas collection.
7.01.022 Included but not illustrated in LMCC. An image of this type is now available here courtesy of CNG : E-auction 385 Lot 596 in October 2016.
7.03.019 Included but not illustrated in LMCC. An image of this type is now available here courtesy of CNG : E-auction 368 Lot 479 in February 2016.
7.03.023 Included but not illustrated in LMCC. An image of this type is now available here. Steve Thomas collection from the same obverse die as the LMCC reference example but a different reverse die.
7.04.006.5 CONSTANTINVS P F AVG Bust B2 (y) left (22 mm 4.2 g). Steve Thomas collection. Another from the same dies is recorded on PAS : WILT-B88561. The obverses are a die match to the 7.03.009 plate coin.
7.04.016 A second example has come to light that is a double die match to the LMCC reference coin – metrics and image awaited. Private collection.
7.04.028.5 CONSTANTINVS P AVG Bust F3 (y) left – metrics and image awaited. Private collection.
7.06.012.5 CONSTANTINVS P AVG Bust D2 (z) left (23.5 mm 4.8 g). Steve Thomas collection.
7.07.007.5 CONSTANTINVS P F AVG Bust B2 (y) left sold on Ebay July 2014.
7.14.004.5 CONSTANTINVS P AVG Bust B2 (23 mm 4.3 g). Steve Thomas collection.
8.04.009 Included but not illustrated in LMCC, as an image was not available at the time for the reference example. This image is from a second example (21 mm 3.1 g 12h). Phil Edmonds collection.
8.07.021.5 CONSTANTINVS AVG Bust B5 (22mm 3.73 g 7h) CNG 362 Lot 431 now Steve Thomas collection.
8.09.003 (2) An example of this type with the CLARITAS REIPVBLICE reverse legend variation(20 mm 3.3 g 12h). Phil Edmonds collection. This is from a different die than 8.09.002 (2) and the example mentioned in the footnote to 8.09.004. Therefore perhaps not a simple die cutting error. These were the first coins struck at London with this reverse legend so they may have been early examples where the instructions to the die cutters were unclear or wrong. A mistake corrected for later dies and issues.
8.11.043.5 FL IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES Bust B2 (19 mm 3.9 g) sold on Ebay October 2013. Reverse type is Sol standing right with spread chlamys as 8.11.044.
9.02.004.5 CRISPVS NOBIL C Bust D3 (19 x 18 mm 2.9 g 6h). Steve Thomas collection.
9.02.022.5 CRISPVS NOBIL C Bust D2 (19 x 18 mm 2.33 g 12h). Phil Edmonds collection.
9.04.007.5 CONSTANTINVS AVG Bust C5 (w) (20.36 mm 3.50 g 7h) ex Agora Auctions #63 Lot 273.
9.04.022.5 CRISPVS NOBIL C Bust D3 (q) left (20 mm 2.98 g 6h) ex ACR 9 Lot 836.
9.05.000.5 CONSTANTINVS P AVG Bust B2 (w) (21.5 mm 2.91 g 6h). Private collection ex CNG 215 Lot 632 (part) ex Vogelaar.