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. All new types published in the addenda prior to 30th September 2018 and a few other unpublished items have now been integrated into a digital supplement. Supplement No. 1 is available for download here – LMCC Supplement No. 1

It includes a number of blank pages to allow for home printing into a booklet of 28 pages when print both sides is selected.

NB – Page 13, the images for and have been transposed. At some point we will revise the PDF to reflect this and any other typos that come to light.

Coins discovered post September 2018 will continue to be listed below and included in Supplement No. 2 in due course.


Supplement No. 2 Coins


3.01.007 (2)   IMP C MAXIMIANVS P F AVG   Bust B2. Authors’ collections (28.64 x 26.47 mm 11.28 g 6h). Ex Ebay auction ending June 30, 2019; ex Baldwin’s of St. James’s June 1, 2019 auction, part of lot 192, a group of thirteen “Roman bronzes Diocletian to Maximinus”. Baldwins reported to us that the coin came from a Hertfordshire collection formed in the 1960s and 1970s.

This is only the second recorded example of this type and is struck from a different set of dies from the Bridgend example cited in LMCC. The fact that there are now two known examples of 3.01.007 suggests that further examples of this type may exist and have been misclassified as RIC 6b or 17. See LMCC 1.03.006 and 2.01.007 for the stylistic differences between those types and 3.01.007.   CONSTANTIVS NOBIL C   Bust B3. Steve Thomas collection (29 x 29 mm 9.6 g 6h).   CONSTANTIVS NOB C  Bust E2 (z) left (29 mm 9.54 g 6h). Ex Heritage Auctions, Auction 271920, May 26, 2019, Lot 40423 ex Morris collection.  Image used with permission of Heritage Auctions. Unfortunately the coin was not photographed before it was slabbed.


3.01.029 (2)   MAXIMIANVS NOBILI C   Bust B2.1. Authors’ collections (27.80 x 27.06 mm 9.39 g 6h). Another example with bust B2.1 in Mont-Saint-Sulpice, no. 123 (pl. 11.123), was noted but not illustrated in LMCC.


3.01.031 (var.)   MAXIMIANVS NOBIL   Bust B2 with obverse legend lacking the final C presumably because of a mint error. Steve Thomas collection (28 x 27 mm 10.2 g 6h).   MAXIMINVS NOBILISSIMVS CAES   Bust B2 (z) left  with flying Victory on shield. Steve Thomas collection (27 x 26 mm 10.6 g 6h).   CONSTANTINVS AG   Bust E2 (y). From the ‘Not in RIC‘ website citing the Philippe Gysen collection (4.35 g). From the same obverse die as 7.09.002 and 7.14.009.   CONSTANTINVS AVG   Bust B2. BM 1977,1005.54 (2.58 g 6h) ex Waddington.   IMP CONSTANTINVS AVG   Bust B2. Authors’ collections (19.61 x 19.95 mm 3.39 g 6h).


8.09.025   CONSTANTINVS P AVG   Bust B2. Steve Thomas collection (20 x 19 mm 3.1 g 6h). This type was recorded but not illustrated in LMCC.   CRISPVS NOB CAES   Bust B4 left. Phil Edmonds collection ( 18 x 19 mm 3.2 g) ex VCoins June 2019.