The John Bargrave Collection

Bargrave and Casaubon Coin Collection at the Canterbury Cathedral: An 18th-Century Catalogue (Li Ms E16c)
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Canterbury Canterbury Cathedral Canterbury Cathedral Archives Lit MS E16c Lit MS E16c ff. 1-124 In the Cabinet inscribed BARGRAVEANA & CASAVBONIANA beginning from the right hand side of the lowest Drawer. John Bargravecollector Meric Casauboncollector Samuel Shuckfordcataloguer ff.126-[133] [Notes by Shuckford on Bargrave's coin collection] Samuel Shuckfordauthor Capitalization in some cases is hard to determine. There is, for example, a distinctive upper-case "S" with a loop at the top end, but in other cases, a larger version of a lower case "s" seems to be an upper case, but these differences in size are subtle. Between 1748 and 1754 Canterbury CathedralAlthough the primary scribe is Shuckford, there are later additions in at least two other hands, usually supplying wanting information.
0 1 In the Cabinet inscribed
BARGRAVEANA & CASAVBONIANA
beginning from the right hand
side of the lowest Drawer.
Brass Medals and Coins
belonging to the Library
of Christ’s Church Canterbury
No.
1
Head of Hercules: the Paws of
the Lyon’s skin tyed about the
neck: the Head adorned with
Leaves of Poplar.

Reverse. The Tale of Phaethon from
the Chariot of the Sun incircled
with the 12 Signs of the Zodiac
within inscribed,

ΑΔΥΝΑΤΑ ΖΗΤΩΝ
Bargrave
2 An Head armed in an Helmet.
ΔΗΙ ΦΟΒΟΣ
Reverse A Warrior on Horseback
fighting, I think, with a Club

ΔΟΞΑΙ ΚΑΙ ΝΙΚΑΙ
ΜΑΧΗΜΩΝ

Bargrave
2
3 Head of Diana, her Quiver on
her shoulder.

Reverse. withinWithin a Chaplet
ΑΓ[monogram]
ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ
ΠΡΩΤΗΣ

Between the Words a knotted Club.
on On the side a three forked Thunder bolt.

Bargrave
4 Head of Minerva in an Helmet
Reverse. within, Within, I think, a civic
Crown. The owl standing upon a
Simpulum, between the Words of
the Inscription.

Α ΘΕ
ΧΑΡΑ
ΠΟΛVΝ
ΝΙΚΟΙ
ΘΕΜΙΣ
ΤΟΚΛΗ

Behind the Bird a winged Caduceus.
Bargrave
5 Head of Solon
ΣΟΛΚΝΟΣ ΣΟΦΟΥ
Reverse. A Temple and Statue
of Minerva between the two
Words.

ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΑΘΗΝΩΝ
Casaubon
3 The following Coins are
ancient Roman Asses, or
Parts of the Assis.
No
6
aA double Faced IanusJanus.
Reverse. The Prow of a Ship.
Bargrave
7 aA double-Faced Janus
Reverse. theThe Prow of a ship.
Bargrave
These two are Asses each
of an Ounce Weight.
8 Head of Hercules cloathed
in the Lyon’s Skin [3 pellets]

Reverse. the The Prow of a ship [3 pellets]
over it G•S•A
at the Bottom ROMA

Bargrave
9 Head, perhaps of Jupiter
Capitolinus. [3 pellets]

Reverse. The Prow of a Ship [3 pellets]
over it *AFARRI
NI

*MFABRI as the following
coin has it.
Bargrave
The two last are old
Quadrantes of the Assis
of an ounce weight.

4
10 Head of Mercury, adorned with
his winged Pelasus, the Caduceus
upon his Shoulder. [2 pellets]

Reverse. theThe Prow of the ship [2 pellets]
over it MFABRI
NI

at the Bottom ROMA
a Sextans.

Bargrave

These 5 last before going may be
very clearly shewn to be near
2000 yeares old.
Quanta igitur tecumtrie loquitur
Romana Vetustas?

11 A double faced Janus
Reverse. The Prow of a Ship.
at the Bottom I think ROMA.
above some Mint-mark.

Bargrave
12 Head of the Goddess Roma.
in an Helmet

Reverse An Horses Head and Neck
Behind it ROMA.
Bargrave
13 likeLike the Preceding.
Bargrave
14 anotherAnother like the two former
but of finer Metal

Bargrave
These 3 last were I believe
5 Roman Coins, perhaps coined upon
the Romans conquering the Car:­thaginians.

15 The Head of Rome in a Phry:­gian Bonnet
Reverse the Prow of a Ship
above it ROMA.
Bargrave
16 anotherAnother much the same but
not of so fine Metal

Bargrave
17 The Head of Sol radiated.
Reverse a Crescent: within it
a little Globe & 2 stars:

at the Bottom
ROMA.

Bargrave
The following are Coins of
some of the Cities of Italy
which came under the Ro:­mans before and about the
Time of the first Punic
War.
18 Head of
ΝΕΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ
ReverseReverse. The Minotaur a flying
Victory crowning it with a
Garland

Bargrave
6
19 Head of
ΝΕΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ I think.
ReverseReverse. The Minotaur, over it a Bust
In the Exergue [ΞΝ....... monogram mintmark]

Bargrave
20} The same I think as No 18.
Bargrave
21} The same I think as No 18.
Bargrave
22 Head of
ΡΗΓΙΝΩΝ (a #Lion’s Face)
#Reverse “(The Platanus Tree)”
Bargrave
23 Head of blank
Reverse blank sitting
ΡΗΓΙΝΩΝ
Bargrave
24 Head of blank in armour
Reverse qn, is a Palla standing
in her right Hand a Palm Branch
a Thunder bolt by the side of her

ΡΗΓΙΝΩΝ behind her.
Bargrave
25 Head of a Muse.
Reverse a Lyre.
[monogram]
ΝΩΝ ie ΡΗΓΙΝΩΝ
Bargrave
7
26 Head of Jupiter.
The Thunderbolt behind him.

Reverse a Warrior armed with
Helmet shield & spear

ΜΑΜΕΡΤΙΝΩΝ
Bargrave
27 Head of Jupiter his Thunder
Bolt, behind the Head
a soldier his Hand holding his
Horses Head
ΜΑΜΕΡΤΙΝΩΝ
Bargrave
28 Head of blank
Reverse a Victory crowning
a Trophy erected a Star over it.

ςΗΤΤΙΩΝ
Bargrave
29 Head of blank
Reverse a Cock crowing, a Star
behind it.

CALEN ie ΣΑΛΕΝΩΝ.
Bargrave
30 Head of Jupiter, the Thunder
Bolt behind the Head

Reverse a Warrior armed &
in a Posture of Assayling his
Enemy.

ΒΡΕΤΤΙΩΝ
Φ

Bargrave
8
31 Head of Ceres
Reverse a Jupiter tonans
behind him a crescent, before
him a Cornucopia

ΒΡΕΤΤΙΩΝ
Bargrave
32 Head of blank
Reverse Head of a Trident
between 2 Dolphins

Bargrave
33 Head of Apollo
Reverse Head of a Trident a Tripod
Bargrave
The following Coins are
Sicilian
34 Head of Diana: Her quiver
upon her left Shoulder.

ΣΩΤ ............ it shd should be ΣΩΤΕΙΡΑ
Reverse a Winged three-forked
Thunderbolt.

ΑΓΑΟΟΚΛΕΟΣ
ΒΑΣΙΛΕΟΣ

Bargrave
35 The same with the preceding
The Letters plainer.

Bargrave
36 Head of Hiero
Reverse a Warrior mounted
his Spear in his left Hand, his
Horse Galloping.

under Under the Horse ΜΙ
In the Exergue ΙΕΡΩΝ.
Bargrave
9
37 Head of blank
Inscription not legible.

Reverse. I think the Mark
of Sicily.

Bargrave
38 Head of blank
Reverse a Figure standing
on one side has I think been
ΤΑVΡΟ, on the other is still
legible ΜΕΝΙΤΑΝ.

Bargrave
39 Head of blank
....ΛΛΑΝΙΟΥ
Reverse an Eagle, in its Talons
a Thunder-bolt.

I think the Inscription is
ΣΥΡΑΚ ΘΣΙΩΝ.

Bargrave
40 Head of Jupiter
Reverse an Eagle in it's Talons
a Thunder-bolt

Bargrave
The following are I think
ancient Greek Coins.
41 Head perhaps of Philip of
Macedon.

Reverse an Horseman mounted
the Horse in a Gallop

ΦΙΛΙ ΓΓΟΥ
Bargrave
10
42 Head of Philip armed with a
Lyons Skin.

Rev: Reverse Hercules throwing his
Javelin, his shield held before
him in his left Hand

Bargrave

43 Head perhaps of Bellerophon
Reverse a winged Pegasus
Bargrave
44 Head perhaps of Bellerophon
in armour

Reverse a winged Pegasus
Bargrave
45 Head of blank
ReverseReverse. The Cornix its Legs
and Beak breaking, I think,
some Twiggs of a Bough.

ΓΥΔΝΑΙΩΝ
Bargrave
46 Head of blank
Reverse a Stagg.
Bargrave
What the following Coins
are I am uncertain
47 Head of blank
Reverse a Victory crowning a Lyre
a Lamp burning, and a sort of
Head piece of armour

Bargrave
11
48 An Horse Galloping
ΚΑΙΝΟΝ
Reverse a winged Griffin.
Bargrave
49 Head of blank
Reverse a Pine Tree behind
a Camelopard

Bargrave
50 blank
Bargrave
The 2 following are Jewish.
51 The Pot of Incense
שםל ישךאל
Reverse Aaron's Rod budded
המדושא וךושליס
Casaubon
52 Three Ears of Wheat from
a Vase

Reverse a Tent or Tabernacle
upon a Pole or Stand

ΒΑϹΣΙΑΛΕωΩϹΣ ΑΓΡΙΠ
Bargrave
The following are Roman
Coins, coined about the Times
of the Decline of the common
Wealth, before Augustus was
12 Emperor
53 aA double faced Janus.
Rev: Reverse. 3 Prows of Ships.
CVIBI
Bargrave
54 aA double faced Janus in
an Oak or Ivy crown.

Reverse Head of the elder
Brutus.

Bargrave
55 Head of Neptune before
him his Trident, behind the
Head

NEPTVN.
Reverse a PrætorialPraetorial Ship un:­der Sail
Q.NASIDIVS.
Bargrave
56 Head of blank
Reverse within an Oak or Ivy
crown.

P. AEBVTIO
C. PINNIO
II VIR

Bargrave
57 aA double faced Janus.
Reverse a Figure standing
Bargrave
58 is I think an Egyptian Coin of
some Emperor, but I do not
know where to place it.

It has the Head of ........
13 The Inscription is imperfect.
TIM ......................

ReverseReverse. The Egyptian Hippopoto:­mus over it AVTOKPA .............
Bargrave
The following are
Imperatorial Coins.
Of Augustus
59 Head of Julius CæsarCaesar
DIVOS IVLIVS
on the other side the Head
of Augustus.

CAESAR DIVI F.
Bargrave
This last is generally placed
amongst the Coins of Julius
CæsarCaesar; but I cannot see why:­it must evidently not have been
struck until after his Death,
and not until Octavius, after:­wards Augustus, was arrived
at Power to put himself to:­gether with his Father upon
the Coins.

60 Head. pPerhaps of Augustus.
Reverse I think a Cornucopia.
vea blankCOPIA
Bargrave
14
61 Head of Augustus
........ SAR. DIVI. F.AV ........
Reverse S. C
P. MAXIM. TRIBVNIC ........ III.

Bargrave
62 Head of Augustus.
CAESAR•AVGUVST•PONT•MAX•T•R•P
Reverse S•C
A•LICIN•NERVA III ........ F.F.

Bargravae
63 Head of Augustus
Inscription worn out
Reverse S•C
L•SVRDINVS•III•VIR•A•A•A•F•F•

Bargrave
64 Head of Augustus
.......SAR••AVGVSTVS•TRIBVN.....
Reverse S•C•
CN•FIDO• CN•F•III•VIR•A•A•A•F•F

Casaubon
65 Head of Augustus
DIVVS PATER
Reverse S•C
a Thunder-Bolt
Bargrave
15
66 Head of Augustus
DIVVS•AVGUSTVS PATER
Reverse S.C.
a Thunder Bolt
Bargrave
67 Head of Augustus over it a
Star

DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER
Reverse. The Medallists say
Vesta upon a Seat, in her
Right Hand a Patera in her
Left a Spear

Bargrave
But wherever they call a Figure
Vesta, the following Lives of
Ovid should be considered
Essa diu stultus Vestæaeae simulacra putavi:
Mox didici curvo nulla subesse Tholo:
Ignis inexstinctus Templo celatur in illo.
eEffigiem nullam Vesta nec Ignis habent cramped margin
oOvid Fast: Lib: 6.v.295

68 Head of Augustus
DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER
Reverse. The Temple of Janus
Shut

S. C.
PROVIDENT.

Bargrave
69 The same with the former
Bargrave
70 The same with the former, but
the Head in a radiated Crown
and a Thunder bolt behind the
Head

Bargrave
16
71 The same as the last
Casaubon
72 The same but much worn
Causabon
Coins of Augustus & Agrippa
73 Heads of Augustus & Agrippa
over them IMP
at the Bottom DIVI F
by one of the Heads D

Reverse
a Crocodile chained to a Palm
Tree
figfig
COLNEM

Casaubon
74 aA Coin of the same Intend:­ment with the former but from
a different Dye.

Casabubon
Coins of Agrippa
75 Head of Agrippa
M. AGRIPPA. L.F COS. III
Reverse S.C.
Neptune standing, a Dolphin,
(says Occo, in his right Hand.
his Trident in his Left.
Bargrave
76 likeLike the former Bargrave
17
77 likeLike the former
Bargrave
Coins of Tiberius Cæaeaesar
78 Head of Tiberius
TI•CAESAR•AVG•F•IMPERAT•V•
Reverse S•C.
PONTIFEX•TRIBVN• POTESTATE XII.

Bargrave
79 Qu? whether the Head of
Livia Drusilla.

SALVS AVGVSTA
Reverse. TI•CAESAR•DIVI•AVG•E•AVG•
P•M• TR• POT• XXIIII.

Bargrave
80 Head of Tiberius.
....CAESAR•DIVI• AVG•F•AVGVST.....
Reverse a winged Caduceus
betwixt the Letters S• C• PONTIF•MAXIM•TRIBVN•POTEST•XXXVI•
Bargrave
81 Head of Germanicus Son
of Drusus adopted Son of
Tiberius.

GERMANICVS•CAESAR•TI•AVGVST•
F• DIVI•

Rev:Reverse C•CAESAR•AVG• GERMANICVS•PON•M
TR•POT S.C.
Bargrave
18 Coins of Caligula
82 Head of Caius Cæaeaesar,
C•CAESAR•DIVI•AVG•PRON•AVG•
IM•TR•P• IIII• P•P.

Reverse Vesta, they say sitting
holding a Patera in her Right
Hand, the staff or spear in her
left.
See what is said at No 67.
does not the Patera, suggest the
Person here represented to be not
the Goddess, but a Vestal?
over the Head of the Figure
VESTA
Bargrave
83 a Figure sitting. uUnderneath
it
PIETAS.
C•CAESAR •DIVI•AVG•PRON•AVG•P•M•
TR•P•IIII• P•P•

Reverse a Temple: three Persons
bringing an oxe to be sacrificed

DIVO AVG
S C

Bargrave
Coins of Claudius CæsarCaesar
84 Head of Claudius
TI•CLAVDIVS•CAESAR•AVG•P•M•TR• P•
IMP•P•P•

Reverse an armed Figure stand-
ing supposed to be the Represen-
tative of Contancy.

S. C.
CONSTANTIAE AVGVSTI

Bargrave
19
85 Head of Claudius Drusus
.......CLAVDIVS•DRVSVS• GERMANICVS•
Reverse much worn and effaced
Bargrave
86 Head of Germanicus the Son of
Tiberius.

GERMANICVS•CAESAR•TI•AVG•F• DIVI
AVG•N•

Reverse. S•C
TI•CLAVDIVS• CAES•AVG•GERMA......

Bargrave
87 Head of Claudius
TI•CLAVDIVS CAESAR•AVG•P•M•TR• P•IMP.
Reverse Occo says the Representative of Liberty in a standing
Posture holding a Pileus in
it's right Hand.

S. C.
LIBERTAS• AVGVSTA.

Bargrave
Coins of Nero
88 Head of Nero
NERO•CAESAR•AVG•GERM• IMP.
Reverse a winged Victory holding
the Globe in its right Hand

S• C•
Bargrave
89 Head of Nero
NERO•CAESAR•AVG•GERM• IMP.
Reverse a Winged Victory holding
up the Globe in it's right Hand
upon the Globe
S•PQR.
S. C.

Bargrave
20
90 Head of Nero
IMP•NERO•CAESAR•AVG•P•MAX•TRP• II.
Reverse a winged Victory holding
in its Right Hand a Crown.

S• C•
VICTORIA AVGVSTI

Casaubon
91 The same as No 89 but
much worn.
Bargrave
92 Small Brass Head of Nero
IMP NERO CAESAR AVG
Reverse a Figure setting upon
spoils taken in War, holding out
in its right Hand a Crown of
Laurel a Victory

PONTIF MAX TR POT PP
In the Exergue S. C.

Casaubon
Coins of Galba
93 Head of Galba
IMP•SER•GALBA•CAES•AVG•TR•P.
Reverse. The Vesta, or Vestal
sitting; in her Right Hand,
says Mediobarbus, a Palladium.
Is it not rather some Vase or
Pusigue belonging to the Goddess, as is
the Staff or Spear in her other Hand?
and may We not suppose the Priestess
to sit here ritually ornamented, as
Apollo's Priest is described in Homer?

ΣτέμμΑ τʼ ἔχιον ὀν χεζσἱν ἑκήβολς Ἀπόλλωνθ
Χζμσέῳ ἀνὰ σκήπ?ρῳ
Hom: Il.

see no. 67

21under the Figure is VESTA
Bargrave

94 Head of Galba
IMP•SER•GALBA•TR• P.
Rev:Reverse In an oak Crown SPQR•OB•
CIV• SER•

Casaubon
Coins of Vespasian
95 Head of Vespasian
IMP•CAESAR VESPASIANVS.....
Reverse Moneta, her Scales in
her Hand or Justitia

S•C.
AEQVITAS AVGVSTI

Bargrave
96 Head of Vespasian
IMP•CAES•VESPASIAN•AVG•P•M• TR• P•
P•P• COS•III.
Reverse
The Reverse the Representation
of Valour, a Pine Tree, & under
it JudæaJudaea captive
IVDAEA CAPTA
S. C.

Bargrave
Coins of Titus
97 Head of Titus
T•CAES•VESPASIAN•IMP•PON•TR•POT•
COS•II•
Reverse a Victory inscribing a
Shield hung upon a Palm Tree
S.C.
VICTORIA AVGVSTI

Casaubon
22
98 Head of Titus.
T•CAESAR•IMP•COS•III•
Reverse Hilarity in her Right Hand
a sprig of Myrtle on her left arm
a cornucopia

S•C•
FELICITAS PVBLICA

Bargrave
99 Head of Titus
LMP•T•CAES•VESP•AVG•P•M•TR•P•
COS•VIII•

ReverseReverse. The Goddess Pax.
S•C•
PAX•AVGVSTI•

Bargrave
Coins of Domitian
100 Head of Domitian CAESAR•AVG•F•DOMITIAN•COS•V•
Reverse
A Figure standing, in it's
Right Hand ..........
S.C.
Bargrave
101 Head of Domitian.
CAES•DIVI•VESP•F•DOMITIANVS•
COS•VII•

Reverse Pallas standing, in her
Right Hand a Thunder-bolt, her
left Hand resting a spear, her
Shield at the Feet.
S• C•
Bargrave
102 The same as the former.
Casaubon
23
103 Head of Domitian.
IMP•CAES•DOMITIAN•AVG•GERM•COS•X•
Reverse Moneta in her right Hand
the Scales upon her left arm a
Cornucopia

S• C•
MONETA AVGVSTI

Casaubon
104 The same as the former
only
COS•XI
Bargrave
105 The same as the last before
going

Bargrave
106 Head of Domitian
IMP•CAES•DOMIT•AVG•GERM•COS............
Reverse Moneta as before
S• C•
MONETA AVGVSTI

Casaubon
107 The same as the last
Bargrave
108 Head of Domitiansmall Brass
IMP• DOMITIANVS•AVG•
Reverse a Cornucopia
S• C•
Bargrave
Coins of Trajan
109 Head of Trajan
IMP•CAES•NEVA•TRAIA•AVG•GERM•P•M•
Reverse. A winged Victory holding a
Globe in it's right Hand inscribed

S•P•Q•R•
TR•POT•COS•IIII•P•P•

Bargrave
24
110 Head of Trajan.
IMP•CAES•NERVAE•TRAIANO•AVG•GER•
DAC•P•M•TR•P•COS•V•PP•

Reverse. The Representation of
Annona. a Female Figure
standing, on her left arm a
Cornucopia, in her right Hand
two Ears of Corn, at her Feet
a Vase full of Ears of Corn
behind her Part of a Ship

S• C•
S•P•Q•R• OPTIMO• PRINCIPI

Bargrave
111 Head of Trajan.
IMP•CAES•NERVAE•TRAIANO•AVG•GER•
DAC•PM• ...................

Reverse a Figure sitting upon
spoils before a Trophy erected

S• C•
............... IMO PRINCIPI

Casaubon
112 Head of Trajan
I ... C ....... VAE•TRAIANO•AVG•GER•
DAC ..............

Reverse much worn & effaced
[short line above reverse inscription] S• C•
Casaubon
113 Head of Trajan.
IMP•CAES•NERVAE TRAIANO AVG ............
Reverse. The Representation of
Hilaritas or Felicity

FELICITAS AVGVSTI
S• C•

Casaubon
25
114 Head of Trajan
.............. NERVAE ......... ANO•AVG•GER•DAC .....
Reverse a warriour standing &c.
S•C•
S•P•Q•R•OPTIMO PRINCIPI

Casaubon
115 Head of Trajan.
IMP•CAES•NERVAE TRAIANO ..........
Reverse a Female Figure standing
in her left arm a Cornucopia
the Right Hand holding a Branch
downwards

S•C•
S•P•Q•R• OPTIMO PRINCIPI.

Casaubon
Coins of Hadrian
116 .........Head of Hadrian
IMP• CAESAR•TRAIANVS•HADRIANVS•
AVG•P•M•TRP•COS ..........

ReverseReverse. The Emperor stretching
out his Hand to a kneeling
supplicant.

RESTITVTORI•ORBIS•TERRARVM
In the Exergue
S•C•

Bargrave
117 Head of Hadrian.
IMP•CAESAR•TRAIANVS•HADRIANVS•AVG.
Reverse Fortune sitting in her Chair
with a Cornucopia on her right
Arm.

S•C•
PONT•MAX•TR•
........
In the Exergue FORT•RED.

Bargrave
26
118 Head of Hadrian
............... HADRIANVS•AVG•
Reverse Fortune sitting as in
the former

........ TR•POT ........
In the Exergue
FORT•RED

Bargrave
119 Head of Hadrian with a
radiated Crown.

IMP•CAESAR TRAIANVS HADRIANVS
AVG•P•M•COS ........

Reverse. The Representation of
Military Valour.

S•V•
VIRTVTI AVGVSTI

Casaubon
120 Head of Hadrian
IMP•CAESAR•TRAIANVS•HADRIA
NVS

Reverse
Roma sitting, a winged Victory
in her right Hand.

PONT•MAX•
In the Exergue
S•C•

Casaubon
121
Head of Hadrian.
of the same Intendment
and very much like the former

In the Reverse ............... COS•III•
Bargrave
27
122 Head of Hadrian
......... HADRIANVS AVG
Reverse Dacia sitting
S•C•
In the Exergue
DACIA

Casaubon
123 Head of Hadrian.
HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS
Reverse A Galley the Men
plying their Oars.

S•C•
at the Bottom.
COS•IIII

Bargrave
124 Head of Hadrian
HADRIANVS AVG•COS IIII
ReverseReverse. The Bridge Ælius
without any Inscription.
Casaubon
125 Head of Hadrian
HADRIANVS•AVG•COS•III•P•P•
Reverse Occo says, a man and
Woman joining Hands: Is it not
rather, the Adoption of L: Ælius
Verus?

FELICITAS ..........
S•C•

Bargrave
126 Head of Sabina Wife of
Hadrian.

SABINA AVGVSTA HADRIANI ............
Reverse a Female Figure sitting
a Paladium in it's right Hand.

S•C•
Bargrave
28 A Coin of Lucius Ælius
adopted by Hadrian.
127 Head of Lucilla Wife of Ælius.
LVCILLA AVGVSTA
Reverse a Woman sitting, a
Child on her Lap, another at
her Knee, another behind her
Chair. theThe Representation of
the Inscription

FECVNDITAS
[short line above reverse inscription]S•C•

Bargrave
Coins of Antoninus Pius
128 Head of Antoninus.
ANTONINVS•AVG•PIVS•P•P•TR•P•COS•III•
Reverse
a Figure sitting.

S•C•
OPI AVG

Bargrave
129 Head of Antoninus
IMP ....... TAEL•HADR•ANTONINVS•
AVG•PIVS•P•P•

ReverseReverse. The Representation of
Annona sitting.

S• C•
TR•POTES• COS•III•

[medium line below reverse inscription]
In the Exergue ANNONA AVG

Bargrave
29
130 Head of Antoninus.
ANTONINVS•AVG•PIVS•PP•TRP•COS•III
Reverse a Female Figure standing
S• C•
SECVRITAS PVBLICA

Bargrave
131 Head of Antoninus.
much effaced & not legible
Casaubon
132 Head of Antoninus
ANTONINVS•AVG•PIVS•P•P•TR•P•COS•III•
Reverse a Figure standing, Occo
says, in his Right hand an olive
or Laurel Branch, in his left
a spear.

S•C•
GENIO SENATVS

Casaubon
133 Head of Antoninus
ANTONINVS•AVG•PIVS•PP•TR•P .....
Reverse. The Goddess Salus at her
altar, in her right Hand an
offering, in her left a spear.
S•C•
Why not a Priestess at the altar
of the Goddess Salus. &c.

SALVS•AVG•COS III
Casaubon
134 Head of Antoninus in a Crown
radialed.

ANTONINVS•AVG•PIVS•P•P•TR•P•COS•III•
ReverseReverse. The Genius of the Roman People
his right Hand resting his spear, in his
left a Cornucopia

S•C•
GENIVS POP ROMANI

Casaubon
30
135 Head of Antoninus as before
radiated

ANTONINVS•AVG•PIVS•PP•TR•P•XVII•
ReverseReverse. The Representation of
Liberty standing.

S•C•
LIBERTAS•COS•IIII•

Bargrave
136 Head of Annia Faustina
Wife of Antoninus Pius

DIVA FAVSTINA
Reverse a Female Figure standing
S•C•
AETERNITAS

Casaubon
137 Head of Faustina
DIVA FAVSTINA PIA
Reverse Ceres standing in her
Right Hand some Ears of Corn,
in her left a spear or staff.
S•C• CERES
Casaubon
138 Head of Faustina.
DIVA FAVSTINA
Reverse a Female Figure standing
before an Altar, in its right Hand
a Patera, in its left a spear.

S•C•
CONSECRATIO

Bargrave
139 Head of Faustina in a Veil
Inscription and Reverse
as the foregoing

Casaubon
31
140 Head of Faustina as in the
foregoing

DIVA FAVSTINA
Reverse a Female Figure sitting
upon a Globe

S•C•
AETERNITAS

Casaubon
Coins of Marcus Antoninus
141 Head of M. Antoninus
....... CAES•M•AVREL•ANTONINVS .......
Rev:Reverse The altar of the Goddess
Salus as at No 133.
S•C•
SALVTI•AVGVSTOR•TR•P•XVI

In the Exergue COS•II

Casaubon
142 Head of M. Antoninus
IMP•M•ANTONINVS•AVG•TR•P•XXVI
Reverse A Military Figure sitting
upon Spoils taken in War, in its
right Hand, perhaps a Palm Branch
its left arm leaning upon a Shield.

S•C•
IMP•VI• COS•III

Bargrave
143 Head of M. Antoninus
M•AVREL•ANTONINVS•AVG•TR•P•XXXIII
Reverse a Figure standing, in it's
Right Hand a little Caduceus, in
it's left a spear

S•C•
FELICITAS•AVG•IMP•VIII•COS•III P•P

Casaubon
32
144 Head of M: Antoninus
M•ANTONINVS•AVG•TR•P•XXXII
Reverse a Winged Victory, in it's
Right hand a crown of Laurel
in it's left a Palm-Branch

S•C•
IMP•VIIII•COS•III•P•P

Bargrave
145 Head of M: Antoninus
M.ANTONINVS ............
Reverse a Winged Victory standing
in it's left Hand a Shield resting
upon a stand: In the Shield is
inscribed

VIC
GER.
S. C.

Legend of the Reverse much worn out

Casaubon
* Caracalla.
vid: Occo: p.295

146 Head of M: Antoninus
M•AVR•ANTONINVS ...........
Reverse a Biga. it It seems to be
drawn by an oxe and a Lyon.

................ COS•IIII P•P
S•C•

Bargrave
147 Head of M. Antoninus
........... TONINVS ...........
Reverse Fortune sitting ...........
Inscription not legible
FOR•RED

Casaubon
148 Head of M: Antoninus
............... TR•P•XXVII
Reverse a Trophy between 2 Captives
GERMANICO .............
In the Exergue S•C•

Bargrave
33
149 Head of M: Antoninus
......... TONINVS•AVG•AR .........
Reverse a Female Figure standing
.........
S•C•
TR•P•XXIII•IMP•V•COS•III

Bargrave
150 Two Senatorial Figures joining
Hands

ΑVΤΟΚΡΑΤΟΡΟϹ•ΚΑΙϹΑΡ•ΑΝΤΚΝΕΙΝΟU ΚΑΙ
ΟVΗΡΟΗ

Reverse a Military Figure in armour
his left Hand resting a spear in his
right Hand extended a

ΕΠΓΡ ΑVΡ ΔΙΟΔΟΤ ΟV ΝVϹΑΕΩΝ
Bargrave
151 Head of Faustina junior
the Wife of M: Antoninus,
and Daughter of Antoninus
Pius, and the elder Faustina.

FAVSTINA AVGVSTA
Reverse a Female Figure standing
in its right Hand a Garland, in its
left a staff, the Representation of
Læaetitia

S•C•
LAETITIA

Bargrave
152 Head of Faustina
FAVSTINAE•AVG•PII•AVG•FIL
Rev:Reverse The Representation of
Modesty standing

S•C•
PVDICITA

Bargrave
34
153 Head of Faustina
The same as the last
Bargrave
154 Head of Faustina
FAVSTINA AVGVSTA
Reverse a Preistess Priestess of Juno, in her
Right Hand a Patera, in her left
a Staff, the Peacock at her Feet.
Perhaps Juno her self.

S•C•
IVNO

Casaubon
Coins that have the Head
of Lucilla the Daughter of
M: Antoninus and of Fausti-
na, and who was Wife of
Lucius Verus.
155 Head of Lucilla
LVCILLA .............. NI•AVG•F•
The altar of the Goddess Salus &c
S•C•
SALVS

Casaubon
156 anotherAnother, Lucilla much
worn & the Inscription not
legible

Casaubon
157 anotherAnother Lucilla
Reverse a Figure sitting, a Palladium in it's left Hand, the spear
or staff in its Right

In the Exergue VESTA
The Inscriptions on both sides worn out.
Bargrave
35 Coins of Commodus
158 Head of Commodus in
Lyon's Skin.

L•AEL AVREL..................the
Words worn of the remaining Edge
were COMM•AVG•P•FEL ... see Mediobarb.
p: 257

Reverse. The Club of Hercules
in the middle of the following
Inscription, in an Oaken Crown
thus

HER CVL
RO MAN
AV GV
SC

[A club running vertically down the centre of the broken words]

Bargrave
159 Head of Commodus
M•COMMODVS ANTONINVS AVG PIVS
Reverse a Warrior on his left arm
his Shield, his right Hand darting
his Javelin
S•C•
TR•P•VIII•IMP•VI•COS•IIII

Casaubon
160 Head of Commodus
.............. DVS•AVG•TR•P
Reverse a Figure standing &c
much worn & the Inscription
not legible.


Bargrave
161 Head of Crispina Wife of
Commodus

CRISPINA .............
Reverse a Female Figure standing
in her Right Hand a Patera, in her
left a Spear.
S•C•
Inscription not legible

Casaubon
36
162 Head of Crispina
CRIPSINA AVGVSTA
Reverse a Figure sitting
Inscription not legible
Casaubon
A Coin of Helvius Pertinax
163 Head of Pertinax
........................ PERT•AVG•IMP•VIII
Reverse a Person on Horseback
before him a Fool man.

ADVENTVI•AVG•FELICISSIMO
In the Exergue
S•C•

Bargrave
A Coin of Septimus Severus
164 Head of Julia Wife of
Severus

IVLIA AVGVSTA
Reverse a Female Figure standing
it it's Right Hand a Palm-Branch
on its left arm a Cornucopia

HILARITAS
S•C•

Bargrave

165 A Coin of M. Aurelius Antoninus Caracalla
ANTONINVS•PIVS•AVG•BRIT
Reverse a Figure sitting, it's right elbow
resting upon the Top of its Chair, in its
left Hand a Staff rested. theThe Represention of Securitas

SECVRITATI PERPETVAE.
In the ExergueS•C•

Casaubon
37 Coins of M: Aurelius
Severus Alexander
166 Head of Alexander laurelled
IMP•CAESAM HVR•SEV•ALEXANDER•AVG•
Reverse a Warrior carrying in his
Right Hand a barbed Javelin, on
his left Shoulder a Standard.

P•M• TR•P•III•COS•II•P•P•
S•C•

Casaubon
167 Head of Alexander in a Crown
radiated

IMP•SEV•ALEXANDER AVG•
Reverse. The Emperor in a Triumphal
Quadriga-Car.

S•C•
Casaubon
168 Head of Alexander laurelled
IMP•ALEXANDER•PIVS•AVG•
Reverse a Figure standing in it's
right Hand, a Bud of some Tree upon
its stalk, it it's left Hand holding up
it's Garment. The Representation
of Hope.

S•C•
SPES PVBLICA

Bargrave
169 Head of Alexander
IMP•ALEXANDER•PIVS•AVG•
Reverse Jupiter. iIn his right Hand
his Thunderbolt, held forth, upon
his left Hand the Eagle.

S•C•
IOVI PROPVGNATORI

Bargrave
38
170 Head of Alexander
IMP. ALEXANDER PIVS•AVG.
Reverse a naked Figure, it’s Right
Hand extended, in its left a sort
of Whip says Occo. see. 174.

S• C.
P•M•TR•P•XII• COS•III• P•P.

Bargrave
171 Head of Alexander
IMP• ALEXANDER•PIVS•AVG•
Reverse Mars marching forwards
in his Right Hand his spear
barbed, on his left arm his
shield.

S• C.
MARS VLTOR.

Bargrave
172 Head of Alexander
of larger size but impressed
and inscribed on both sides
as the former.

Bargrave
173 Head of Alexander
IMP. ALEXANDER PIVS•AVG.
Reverse. Annona the Ears of
Corn over the Vase in one Hand
the Cornucopia on the left arm

S•C.
PROVIDENTIA AVG

Casaubon
39
174 Head of Alexander
IMP•ALEXANDER PIVS AVG•
Reverse Occo says, Sol his Head
radiated, holding up his right Hand,
in his left a whip.

S• C•
P•M• TR•P• X I COS. III. P•P.

Casaubon
175 Head of Alexander
the same as No 173.
Casaubon
176 Head of Alexander
IMP• ALEXANDER PIVS AVG.
Reverse Annona as in No. 173
P•M• TR•P•X• COS•III• P•P• S•C.
Casaubon
177 Head of Julia Mammæaea Mother
of Alexander Severus.

IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA.
Reverse a Female Figure leaning
with it’s left Elbow upon a Pillar,
[the Representation of public
Tranquillity] in his right Hand
a CaduceiusCaduceus.

S. C.
FELICITAS PVBLICA.

Bargrave
Coins of Caius Julius Verus
Maximinus
178 Head of Maximinus.
IMP•MAXIMINVS•PIVS•AVG•
Rev:Reverse a Female Figure standing
holding up a Olive Branch of
Olive.
S•C•
PAX• AVGVSTI.

Bargrave
40
179 smaller Brass but like
the former

Bargrave
180 Head of Maximinus
MAXIMINVS•PIVS•AVG•GERM
Reverse a Victory standing in
it’s left Hand a Palm Branch
in it’s right Hand a Crown of
Laurel
S• C.
VICTORIA GERMANICA

Bargrave
181 Head of Maximinus
MAXIMINVS•PIVS•AVG•GERM•
Reverse. The Altar of the Goddess
Salus, the Person with the
Patera in it’s Hand sitting
before it.

SALVS AVGVSTI.
In the Exergue S•C•

Bargrave
182 Head of Maximinus
The same as the before going
Bargrave
A Coin of Caius Julius
Verus Maximus
183 Head of Maximus
MAXIMVS • CAES• GERM•
Reverse a Figure standing pointing
to the Ground with its staff with
it’s Right Hand, in its left Hand a
Javelin behind it two military standards

S• C•
PRINCIPI IVVENTVTIS

Bargrave
41 Coins of M. Ant: Gordianus III
184 Head of Gordianus
IMP. GORDIANVS•PIVS• FEL•AVG•
Reverse A Figure marching forwards, holding up in it’s right Hand
a Caduceus, in it’s left a spear
inverted to the Ground.

S • C•
PAX • AETERNA.

Bargrave
185 Head of Gordianus
IMP• GORDANVS• PIVS FEL• AVG•
Reverse. aA military Figure in
his Right Hand his spear, in
his left the Globe.

S. C.
P•M• TR•P• V• COS•II• P•P•

Bargrave
186 Head of Gordianus
IMP• GORDIANVS• PIVS•FEL•AVG•
Reverse a Female Figure standing
a wreath of Flowers in her right
Hand, a staff in her left. theThe Representionsentation of Læaetitia.

S• C•
LAETITIA AVGVSTI.

Bargrave
187 Head of Gordianus
IMP• GORDIANVS PIVS• FEL• AVG•
Reverse a robed Figure standing
In itits right Hand an handful of
Ears of Corn. upon it’s left arm
a Cornucopia.

S• C•
LIBERALITAS AVG• IIII•

Bargrave
42
188 Head of Gordianus
IMP• GORDIANVS• PIVS• FEL• AVG•
Reverse. as in No 186.
Bargrave
189 Head of Gordianus
IMP. GORDIANVS•PIVS•FEL•AVG.
Reverse Jupiter his right Hand
resting a staff or spear, or
what the ancients called his
scepter: In his left Hand
Occo says, his Thunder Bolt

S• C•
IOVI STATORI.

Bargrave
Coins of Marcus Julius
Philippus the Father
190 ..........Head of Philippus.
........... PHILIPPVS AVG.
Reverse Annona holding Ears
of Corn over a Vase or Corn
Measure full of Ears, a Cor nucopia on her left Arm.

S• C•
ANNONA AVG

Bargrave
191 Head of Philippus.
IMP. M.IVL. PHILIPPVS.........
Reverse a Pillar inscribed [COS over III]
S • C•
.............S• AVGG•

a good deal is worn off this coiin
the Legend on the Reverse was

SAECVLARES AVGG
Bargrave
43 A Coin of Cu: Messius Quintus
Trajanus Decius.
192 Head of Trajanus Decius.
..:C• M•Q TRAIANVS DECIVS• AVG•
Reverse a Figure standing, in its
Right Hand a staff, with, says Occo,
an Horses, or an Asse’s Head.

S• C•
.....CIA• it was Dacia.

Bargrave
Coins of P: Licinius
Gallienus.
At this Emperors Reign
the Antiquaries begin the
Coins, of what they call the
lower Empire.
193 Head of Gallienus in a
radiated Crown.

GALLIENVS AVG.
Reverse a Figure sitting, on it’s
left Hand a Cornucopia, its right
Hand holding a short staff

FORTVNA REDVX.
[ short line above "S" ]
S

Bargrave
194 Head and Inscription as before
Reverse. aA Centaur shooting with
a Bow.

APOLLINI•CONS• AVG.
[short line above "Z"]
Z.

Bargrave
44
195 Head &c as before.
Reverse. aA military Figure, his
right Foot treading upon [short line] his left
arm resting a spear, in his Right
Hand a Palm- or olive Branch. It is the
Representation of Military Valour
but with some Variation in the
Dress &c.

VIRTVS AVGVSTI
[short line under inscription]

Casaubon
196 Head &c as before
Reverse a winged Victory in
its right Hand a laurel Crown,
in it’s left a Palm.

VICTORIA AET
Casaubon
197 Head &c as before.
Reverse a monster, with a Fishe’s Tail otherwise
like an Horse

MERCVRIO CONS AVG
H

Casaubon
198 Head &c as before.
GALLIEIIINVS AVG
Reverse a Stag
.....NAE CONS• AVG
DianæDianae

Casaubon
45 A Coin of [empty space]
199 It seem to be the Head of
M: Aurelius Victorinus.
I cannot read the Inscription.

ReverseReverse. The Representation
of Hope
SPES AVG.
Casaubon
If the Inscription can be read
IMP TETRIC PIVS AVG It may be a
Coin of Tetricus. But the Face
is more like Victorinus.

Coins of C: M: Aurelius
Claudius Gothicus.
200 Head of Claudius Crown radiated
IMP• CLAVDIVS• P•F AVG•
Reverse Moneta or Justice oin her
left Hand a Cornucopia. inIn her
Right the Scales

AEQVITAS• AVG•
[ short line above "C"]
C.

Casaubon
201 Head as before
IMP• C• CLAVDIVS AVG
ReverseReverse. The Emperor crown’d standing
his left arm with a Cornucopia
resting upon a Pillar, in his
right Hand a staff pointing
to the Ground. aA Globe by his
Feet.

PROVIDENT• AVG.
Casaubon
202 Head as before
IMP• CLAVDIVS P•F AVG.
Reverse a little worn & effaced
Casaubon
46
203 Head as before
Inscription and Reverse
as 200.

204 Head & Inscription as 201
Reverse Apollo in his left
Hand his Lyre, in his Right....

APOLLINI CONS
mint mark H.
Casaubon
205 Head of Claudius.
IMP C CLAVDIVS AVG.
Reverse a Figure standing in
it’s Right Hand a Caduceus
on its left arm a Cornucopia

mint mark B.
FELICITAS AVG.

Casaubon
206 Head of Claudius in his
old Age veiled.

DIVO CLAVDIO OPTIMO IMP.
Reverse a Figure sitting, in it’s
right Hand Occo says an Eagle.
(Is it not a burning Lamp?)

REQVIES OPTIMO EMERITO. I suppose
it should be emerito. N miscoined
for M
[ short line above inscription]
FC.

Casaubon
Coins of L: Domitius
Aurelianus.
207 Head of Aurelian
IMP• AVRELIANVS• AVG.
Reverse Mediobarbus, says, a
Man and Woman joining Hands
the Head of Sol radiated between
them.
CONCORDIA AVG.
Bargrave
47
208 like the former
Bargrave
209 Head of Aurelian crown radiated
IMP• AVRELIANVS AVG.
Reverse two Warlike Figures, the
one holding the Globe in his Hand,
the other holding up a little Victory.

VIRT•MILITVM.
Casaubon
210 Head & Inscription as the last
ReverseReverse. Two figures standing, the
one holding up a Crown of laurel
the other [illegible]Pointing his staff to
the Ground.
I take them to be the Types
of Victory & Providence.

RESTITVT...........
Casaubon
211 Head and Inscription as
before.

ReverseReverse. Two armed Figures
standing: the one delivering a
Globe to the other.

IOVI•CONSER•
[ short line above "F" ]
F

Casaubon
212 Head and Inscription as before
Reverse. aA Figure standing, in it’s
right Hand a Patera, in its left
a Cornucopia. aA military standard
behind it.

GENIVS EXERCITI.
Casaubon
213 Head of Aurelian & Inscription
as before.

Reverse a Figure striding forwards
between two Captives.

ORIENS AVG
[short line above "V"]
V

Casaubon
48
214 like No 211.
Casaubon
215 like No 209
Casaubon
216 Head of Aurelian.
IMP•C AVRELIANVS AVG.
Reverse Sol, his Head radiated
his Whip in his Hand.

PACATOR ORBIS
[short line above "AL"]
AL

Casaubon
217 Head and Inscription as the
last.

Reverse &c as No 213.
[short line above inscription]
TXXT

Casaubon
218 Head of Aurelian.
AVRELIANVS AVG.
a Sol in his right Hand the
Globe &c.

ORIENS AVG.
[short line above inscription]
T

Casaubon
219 Head of Severina Wife of
Aurelian

SEVERINA AVG.
Reverse Juno standing in her
Right Hand a Patera, her left
resting her staff or long scepter
her Peacocke at her Feet

IVNO REGINA.
[short line above inscription]
C

Bargrave
220 The same with the former
[short line above inscription]
G

Bargrave
49
221 another like the two before going
[short line above inscription]
K

Bargrave
222 Head of Severina in an half Moon
SEVERINA AVG.
Reverse a Female Figure robed
between two military standards.

CONCORDIA MILITVM.
[line above "XXIR"]
XXIR.

Casaubon
Coins of M: Claudius Tacitus.
223 Head of Tacitus.
IMP• C•M• CL• TACITVS AVG
Reverse Mars in Armour on his
left Arm his Shield, in his Right
Hand held up an olive Branch

MARTI • PACIF
[short line above "S"]
S

Casaubon
224 Head and Inscription as
before

Reverse a winged Victory
holding out to a soldier a
Crown of Victory.

SPES PVBLICA.
Γ [short line over "ΚΑ"] ΚΑ

Casaubon
225 Head and Inscription as
before.

The altar and Priestess at the
altar of Æsculapius, or of Salus.

SALVS AVG
[short line above XXII]
XXII

Casaubon
50 Coins of C: M: Aurelius
Probus.
226 Head of Probus.
IMP• C• M• AVR• PROBVS•AVG•
Reverse two robed Figures, their
Hands meeting upon a ring or
Globe.

CONCORD. MILIT
B
[short line above "XXI"]
XXI.

Casaubon
227 Head of Probus his Face to
the left contrary to the former

IMP• C•M• AVR• PROBVS•P• AVG
Reverse as the former
[short line above inscription]
++I.

Casaubon
228 Head and Inscription as 226.
Reverse altar and Priestess
of the Goddess Salus.

SALVS AVG
[ medium line above "XXIΔ" ]
XXI Δ

Casaubon
229 Head and Inscription as the
last.

ReverseReverse. The Representation
of Providence

PROVIDENT AVG
[short line intersecting transcription]
XII.

Casaubon
230 - like – 226
[ short line above inscription ]
S

Casaubon
231 Head of Probus in his right
Hand a staff.

IMP• C• PROBVS AVG•
Reverse Peace her olive Branch
in her Right Hand

PAX AVGVSTI
[medium line]
IIXXI

Casaubon
51
232 Head of Probus and Inscription
as the last

Reverse. Apollo or Sol radiated in
his Chariot with his four Horses.

SOLI INVICTO
[short line]
R*E

Casaubon
233 Head of Probus
IMP• C• PROBVS• P•F• AVG.
Reverse Bellona standing, her spear
and Shield held by her left Hand
in her Right held up a Branch
of .....
A.
COMES AVG

Casaubon
234 Head of Probus & Inscription
as the former.

Reverse Jupiter giving a Globe
to a Soldier bearing in his left
Hand a military standard

IOVI CONSERVAT
[short line]
VXXT.

Casaubon
235 Head of Probus and Inscription
as the former

Reverse a military Figure carrying
a spear in its right Hand, a military standard upon its left Shoulder

MARS VLTOR.
[short line]
II.

Casaubon
236 Head of Probus & Inscription as
before.

Reverse. I think a Ianus in his right
Hand a Caduceated spear, on his
left arm a Cornucopia

TEMPOR FELICIT
[ short line above "II" ]
II

Casaubon
51
237 Head of Probus a military
staff in his Hand. Inscription
as before.
IMP• PROBVS PF AVG•
Reverse a Temple perhaps
of Jupiter Capitolinus, the
Thunder-Bolt under it

ROMAE AETER
[short line]
R. [ horizontal thunder bolt] A.

Casaubon
238 Head of Probus
Inscription as the last

Reverse a Trophy erected
two Captives upon the Ground

VICTORIA GERM.
[short line]
H [horizontal thunder bolt] A.

Casaubon
239 Head of Probus in his Hand
the Standard.
Inscription as the last

Reverse Sol radiated in his
Chariot as 232.

SOLI INVICTO
[short line]
R ...... T.

Casaubon
240 Head of Probus
IMP• C• PROBVS• P•F• AVG.
Reverse. The Representation
of Peace as 231.

PAX AVG
[medium line]
XXIQ

Casaubon
241 Head of Probus
IMP• PROBVS P•F• AVG•
Reverse a robed Figure holding
in each Hand a military standard

FIDES MILITVM.
[small line]
ROS.

Casaubon
52
242 Head of Probus in an Helmet
a spear carried upon his Right
Shoulder.

IMP• PROBVS P•F• AVG•
ReverseReverse. The Emperor on Horse back
directing his spear at an Enemy
lying at his Feet.

VIRTVS PROBI AVG.
[medium line]
XXIVII

Casaubon
243 Head of Probus
PROBVS P•F• AVG•
ReverseReverse. The Emperor on
Horseback. aA Captive at his
Horses Feet.

ADVENTVS AVG
[medium line]
RIZ

Casaubon
244 Head of Probus.
PROBVS P•F• AVG•
Reverse a Trophy between two
Captives on the Ground.

VICTORIA• GERM•
[short line]
R [horizontal thunder bolt] A.

Casaubon
245 Head of Probus.
Α • Κ • Μ • ΑVΡ πRΟΒΟΣ ΣΕΒ.
Reverse an Eagle a chaplet or
wreath of Flowers in its Beak.
a military standard under its
Wing.
L ┴
Bargrave
53 Coins of C: M: Aurelius
Carinus.
246 Head of Carinus.
IMP•CARINVS P•F• AVG
Reverse a robed Figure between
two military standards

FIDES MILITVM
[short line]
DAE

Casaubon
247 Head of Carinus
Inscription as before
Reverse a robed Figure standing
leaning it’s left Elbow on a
Pillar, in its right Hand a
Caduceus

FELICIT PVBLICA.
[short line]
OXXI.

Casaubon
248 Head of Carinus
Inscription as before

Reverse as No. 246 &c
[medium line]
RH-E

Casaubon
A Coin of M: Aurel
Numerianus.
249 Head of Numerianus
IMP• NVMERIANVS P•F• AVG
Reverse Annona holding Ears
of Corn in her Hand over a Vase
her Cornucopia on her left
Arm.

PROVIDENT AVGG
[short line]
VXXI

Casaubon
54 Coins of Caius Valerius
Diocletianus.
250 Head of Diocletian
IMP• DIOCLETIANVS•PF AVG•
Reverse Moneta her Scales &
Cornucopia &c

SACRA •MONET•AVGG•ET•CAESS•NOSTR
[short line]
S*E

Bargrave
251 Head of Diocletian
IMP DIOCLETIANVS AVG
Reverse a Jupiter Stater his
Eagle at his Feet, his Thunder
Bolt in his left Hand

IOVI CONSERVAT. AVGG.
[short line]
XXIZ

Casaubon
252 Head of Diocletian
Inscription as before

Reverse. aA standing Figure in its
[left hand] a spear inverted. iIn it’s right a
Globe, with a little Victory standing
upon it [or perhaps it is an
olive Branch growing on it]

PAX AVGG.
[short line]
H

Casaubon
253 Head of Diocletian
Inscription as before

Reverse Jupiter Stater in his right
Hand a Globe with a Victory
upon it, his Eagle & thunder Bolt
at his Feet.

IOVI AVGG.
[short line]
H

Casaubon
55
254 Head of Diocletian
IMP C VAL DIOCLETIANVS AVG
Reverse an Herclules leaning
upon his Club.

HERCVLI CONSERVAT.
[short line]
TXXIT

Casaubon
255 Head of Diocletian
Inscription as the former

Reverse Jupiter Stater his
Thunder bolt in his Right
his Eagle at his Feet two
military standards behind him

IOVI CONSERVAT.
[short line]
T XXIT

Casaubon
256 Head of Diocletian, holding
a staff or Roman Standard.

IMP DIOCLETIANVS AVG
Reverse Jupiter stater his Eagle
at his Feet in his Right Hand
a Globe with a Victory upon it.

IOVI AVGG
[short line]
M.

Casaubon
257 Head of Diocletian
Inscription as before

a robed Figure sitting [perhaps
the Emperor] his spear rested
in his left Hand. aA Globe with
a Victory upon it in his Right

IOVI AVGG
[short line]
H

Casaubon
Coins of Allectus. 56
258 Head of Allectus.
IMP• C ALLECTVS PF AVG
Rev:Reverse a robed figure standing in its
left Hand a staff, in its right Hand
held up the olive Branch

PAX AVG S P
[short line]
C

Casaubon
259 Head of Allectus.
IMP C ALLECTVS P FL AVG
Reverse a ship with oars & sail
VIRTVS AVG
[short line]
QC

Casaubon
260 Head of Allectus
IMP C ALLECTVS PF AVG
Reverse a ship sailing with oars
and sail

VIRTVS AVG
not from the same Dye as the
former.

Casaubon
Coins of M Aurelius
Valerius Maximianus.
261 Head of Maximianus
IMP MAXIMIHANVS PF HAVG
Reverse a robed Figure
standing .............

SHALVIS AVGG ET CHES FEL KHART
Bargrave
262 Head of Maximianus
IMP. C M A MAXIMIANVS PF AVG
Reverse In an oaken Crown VOT
[short line]
XX.

Bargrave
57
263 Head of Maximianus
IMP MAXIMIANVS AVG.
ReverseReverse. The Type of Peace
in its Right Hand the Globe
with a Victory upon it, in its
left a spear transverted

PAX AVGG
[short line]
B.

Casaubon
264 another as the last
Casaubon
265 The same
Casaubon
266 Head of Maximianus in
a radiated Helmet
Inscription as the foregoing

Reverse Jupiter Stater in his
left Hand the Globe & Victory
at his Feet his Eagle

IOVI AVGG.
H

Casaubon
267 Head of Maximianus.
IMP MAXIMIMIANVS MAXIMIANVS PF AVG
Rev:Reverse Jupiter stater, in his right
Hand his Thunder boldbolt, his
left resting his spear

IOVI CONSERVAT AVGG
[short line]
XXIΕ

Casaubon
268 Head of Maximianus
IMP MAXIMIANVS AVG
Reverse Moneta her Scales
and Cornucopia

AEQVITAS AVGG
[short line]
B.

Casaubon
58
269 Head of Maximianus
MAXIMIANVS NOB• C•
Reverse Læaetitia in her right Hand
a wreath of Flowers in her left
a staff

LAETITIA AVGG
[short line]
B.

Casaubon
270 Head of Maximian
IMP C M A VAL MAXIMIANVS AVG.
Reverse Jupiter stater &c
IOVI CONSERVAT
[short line]
SXXIT

Casaubon
271 Head of Maximianus
IMP C VAL MAXIMIANVS PF AVG
Reverse. Hercules standing
in his left Hand his Club:
in his right an olive Branch

HERCVLI PACIFERO
Casaubon
272 Head of Maximianus
Inscription as the foregoing.

Reverse two Figures standing
the one I think an Hercules with
his Club, and the other having
a Thunderbolt in his right Hand
and resting a spear with his left

VIRTVS AVGG
Casaubon

273 Head of Maximianus
IMP MAXIMIANVS PF AVG
Reverse a Figure standing in
it’s Right Hand a Patera, on its
left arm the Cornucopia.
larger Brass

B C
GENIO POPVLI ROMANI
[short line]
TR

Casaubon
59 I am not sure whether I have
not mistook some of the Coins
before going put here as belonging
to this Maximianus, instead of
carefully considering whether one
or two of them might not belong
to C. Galer Valer Maximianus Maximinus
[illegible]
Coins of Fl: Valer
Constantius.
274 Head of Constantius
CONSTANTIVS NOB CS
Reverse a Figure standing
before an Altar in its Right
Hand a Wreath of Flowers
upon it’s left arm a Cornucopia.

GENIO POPVLI ROMANI
[short line]
PLC

Casaubon
275 Head of Constantius.
FL VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
Reverse a Robed Figure in it’s
Right a Staff, it’s left resting
a spear.

PROVIDENT DEOR.
Casaubon
276 Head of Constantius.
FL VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES
Reverse two military Figures
joining Hands., a little Victory
between them.

CONCORDIA MILITVM.
[short line]
ALF

Casaubon
60
277 Head of Constantius
Inscription as the former

Reverse 2 Military Figures a
standard between them.

CONCORDIA.......
[short line]
Λ

Casaubon
Coins of C: Galer Valer
Maximinus
278 Head of Maximinus
IMP MAXIMINVS AVG
Reverse a Figure standing
in its right Hand, perhaps, a
Patera, on its left Arm the
Cornucopia

T P
GENIO•POP• ROM.

[short line]
P T R.

Casaubon
279 Head of Maximinus.
MAXIMINVS PF AVG
Reverse Sol. hHis Right Hand held
up. iIn his Left Hand his Flagrum
and a Globe.

SOLI IVICTO COMITI
Casaubon
A Coin of A: Aurel
Val: Maxentius.
280 Head of Magnia Urbica
Wife of Maxentius. aAs some
think.

MAGNIA VRBICA AVG.
Reverse Venus robed standing in
her left Hand a staff or long scepter
in her Right a Globe, or apple

D VENVS GENETRIX.
Casaubon
61 A Coin of Caius Val:
Licinianus Licinius.
281 Head of Licinius
IMP LICINIVS AVG
Reverse in a wreathed Ringlet
VOT
XX

D•N LICINI AVGVS....
[short line]
SA.

Casaubon
A Coin of Licinius junior
son of the foregoing.
282 Head of Licinius junior
...... ICINIVS IVN NOB • C
Reverse a Globe upon an Altar
The Altar inscribed VOT
I S
X X

BEATA TRANQVLLITAS
[short line]
PTR

Casaubon
Coins of Fl Valer. Constantinus. or of Constantine the
Great.
283 Head of Constantine
Reverse Mars standing
MARTI CONSERVATORI
[small line]
PLN

Casaubon
284 Head of Constantine.
Inscription as the former

Reverse Sol his Head radiated
in a Posture of Progression.

SOLI INVICTO COMITI
[small line]
PLC

Casaubon
62
285 Head of Constantine
IMP CONSTANTINVS AVG
Reverse Sol as before
S F
SOLI INVICTO COMITI
[short line]
PLAEN

Casaubon
286 Head of Constantine in an
Helmet.
Inscription as the last.

Reverse two Winged Victories
supporting a shield inscribed VOT
PR

under the Shield an altar

VICTORIAE LAETAE PRINC PERP.
[short line]
RSIS

Casaubon
287 Head of Constantine
Inscription as before

Reverse as 284
Casaubon
288 A Coin of the same Design
with 286 the Inscriptions &
Reverse the same, but from a
different Dye.

Casaubon
289 Head of the City Rome.
VRBS ROMA.
ReverseReverse. The Wolf suckling the
two Brothers.
oOver the Wolf two Stars

[short line]
R. B Q

Bargrave
290 another of the same Design
[short line]
P.

Casaubon
291 another of the same
RF
Casaubon
292 another of the same
Bargrave
64
293 Head of perhaps Constantinople
CONSTANTINOPOLIS
Reverse a winged Victory, in
its Right Hand a spear in its
left a Shield ......

[short line]
PL

Casaubon
294 another of the same Design
[short line]
SL

Casaubon
295 another Head & Inscription
of the same Design as the
former.

Reverse a Winged Victory as
before, but in a ship

[short line]
TROG.

Casaubon
296 Head of Flavia Maximiana Fausta Wife of Constantine the great.
FLAV MAX FAVSTA AVG
Reverse a Female Figure of
a Matron robed in her Bosom
two Children.

SALVS REI PVBLICAE
[short line]
STR

Casaubon
Coins of Crispus
297 Head of Crispus.
CRISPVS NOBIL C
Reverse, an Altar the Globe
upon it

the Altar inscribed
VOT
IS
XX

BEATA TRANQVILLITAS
[short line]
TLON

Casaubon
65
298 Head of Crispus.
CRISPVS NOB CAES
Reverse a Building or Castle
with three Towers over it
two Stars

PROVIDENTIAE CAESS.
[short line]
PLC.

Casaubon
Coins of Fl: Claudius
Constantinus junior.
299 Head of the younger Constantine
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
Reverse two military Standards
between two Soldiers

GLORIA EXERCITVS
[short line]
+ PLC

Casaubon
300 Head of the Younger Constantine
Inscription as the last

Reverse & Inscription as 298
[short line]
STRV

Casaubon
301 Head of the younger Constantine
CONSTANTINVS IVN NC.
Reverse a military Standard
between two Soldiers

GLORIA EXERCITVS
[short line]
THS

Casaubon
302 Head of the Younger Constantine
CONSTANTINVS........
Reverse as 299
[short line]
S M H B

Casaubon
Coins of Fl: Julius Constans
303 Head of Constans
D N . CONSTANS PF AVG
Reverse a Military Figure in a
66Ship steered by a winged Figure.
In the right Hand of the Soldier a
Globe with some Image upon it
[illegible]his left Hand resting a
Standard marked [monographed chi-rho]

FEL TEMP REPARATIO
[short line]
TRP

Casaubon
304 Head Reverse and Inscriptions of the same Kind as the
last but from a very different
Dye.


mintmark [small line]A Q P.
PF AVG on the Face side PK AVG.

Casaubon
305 another of the same Intention
Casaubon
306 Head of Constans.
CONSTANS PF AVG
Reverse two winged Victories
opposite to each other holding
out Crowns of Laurel

VICOTRIAE DD AVGG NN.
[short line]
R [monographed chi-rho]

Casaubon
307 Head of Constans.
FL IVL CONSTANS PIVS F AVG.
Reverse a Building or Castle
one star over it.

PROVIDENTIA CAESS
Casaubon
67 Coins of Fl: Magnentius.
308 Head of Magnentius
D N . MAGNENTIVS P F AVG
Reverse Α [large block lettered chi-rho ☧] ] Ω
SALVS DD NN AVG ET CAES
[short line]
AMB

Casaubon
309 Head of Magnentius.
DN MAGNENTIVS PF AVG
Reverse an Horseman riding
against and directing his Spear
at an Enemy conquered and sup plicant, his spear broken & his
Shield thrown down

GLORIA ROMANORUM.
[beneath line]
ARSI

Casaubon
310 Head of Magnentius
Inscription worn out.
Reverse two winged Victories
supporting a shield inscribed
VOT
V
MVLT
X

VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAES.
[short line]
AUV

Casaubon
Coins of Fl: IJul: Constantius
311 Head of Constantius
FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB. C.
Reverse 3 Military Standards
between two soldiers

GLORIA EXERCITVS
[short line]
INV

Bargrave
68
312 Head of Constantius.
DN. CONSTANTIVS PF AVG
reverse Two Victories supporting
a shield inscribed
VOT
XXX.

VICT DD NN AVG ET CAES
over the shield [monogramed chi-rho ☧]
[line]

Casaubon
313 Head of Constantius
DN CONSTANTI........
Reverse a Warrior striking at his
Enemy, whose Horse is fallen to the
Ground.

FEL TEMP....
[short line]
ASI

Casaubon
Coins of IJulian the
Apostate
314 Head of IJulian in an
Helmet

.....FL IVLIANVS PF AVG.
Reverse in a wreathed Ring
VOT
X
MVLT
XX.

[line]
Casaubon
315 Head of IJulian in a Diadem
of precious Stones

DN IVLIANVS PF AVG
Reverse a Soldier in his left
Hand a standard : his right Hand
on the Head of a Captive kneeling
to him.

....................MANORVM.
It was VIRTVS EXERCITVS ROMANORVM.

Casaubon
69 A Coin of Fl: Valentinianus
316 Head of Valentinian in a
Diadem of Margarites.

DN VALENTINIANVS PF AVG.
Reverse a winged Victory in its
Right Hand a wreathed Garland
in its left a Palm Branch

SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE.
[short line]
S CON

A Coin of Fl. CValens.
317 Head of Valens
DN VALENS. P. F. AVG
Reverse like the last
DF II.
Casaubon
A Coin of Anastasius.
318 [dotted line above "DN"] DN ANASTASIVS PF AVG [dotted line above "AVG"]
Reverse [A large "M" with a small ε inside it and two asterix around it] Bargrave
A Coin of Focas.
319 Head of Focas with a crown
a Cross upon the Crown: in his
right Hand a Roll of Parch ment in his left a Cross.

D N FOCAS PERP AVG [dotted line above "AVG"]
Reverse +
?X X Ε
[short line]
K R T U

Casaubon
70 A Coin of Baduela one
of the Gothic Kings in
Italy.
320 Head of Baduila
DN BADVELA REX
Reverse in an oaken Crown
DNB
ADV
ILA
REX.

CasBargrave
A Coin of IJoannes Ducas
Emperor at Constantinople
about A Dom: 1222
321 The Emperor standing in
his Imperatorial Habit: In
his Right Hand a Cross in
his left a Globe with a
Cross upon it.

ΙΩ ΔΕΣΠΟΤ ΤΩ ΠΟΡΦΥΡΟΓΕΝΝ.
Reverse Our Saviour standing,
holding in his Hands before
him the Book of the Gospels

on one side IC[line above] on the other XC[line above]
Bargrave
322 Of Lead
It was the Head of Constantius

DN. CONSTANTIVS PF AVG.
Reverse a Pallesadae with a little
robed Figure upon it

VIRT EXERCIT.
Casaubon
71 of the next six I can give no
Account they were Casaubons
323
324
325
326
327
328
329 Theiseseems to be not a Coin
but a Piece of Gold.
32930 a Piece of Lead impressed
[large block letter A between X and 15 all over 6] X A 15
6

CBargrave
72 [blank page] 73 Silver and Gold Medals
and Coins in the before
mentioned Cabinet beginning from the Right Hand
of the XIII Drawer &c
No
1
Head of Diana her Quiver
upon her shoulder.

Reverse within an Oaken
Garland

[a mongram with Δ, Ε, Π, and perhaps Ρ]
ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ
[horizonal club, interlinear]
[a thunderbolt of Zeus to the left]
ΠΡΩΤΗΣ
[monogram of Ρ and something; monogram of Μ and Ε]

Except the different Mintmarks
it is like No 3 in the Brass

Casaubon
2 Head, I think of Roma
ΚΟΡΑΣ
Reverse. Head and Neck of
an Harp.
u Underneath the mark a
common symbol for Sicily.

Bargrave
74
3 The Altar of Salus, the
serpent erected up the side
of it, encompassed in a sort
of Foliage

o On the other side two serpents, their Tails entwined,
their Heads erected over against each other

over their Heads the 2 Letters
ΜΗ
between their Heads ΝΤΡΥΟΥ
behind one of them ΤΡΕ [These Greek letters represented vertically]
behind the other a standard

Casaubon
4 Head of Diana her Quiver
upon her shoulder

Reverse a Lion, in the Posture
our Heralds call passant
above the Lion
ΜΑΣΣΑ
behind his Legs ΑΔ
In the Exergue ΛΙΗΤΟΝ[line above inscription]

Casaubon
5 a Cow suckling her Calf
over the Cow ΕΥΝΟΥΣ
Reverse a square altar
ΔΥΡ ΔΑ ΜΗ ΟΥΣ
Bargrave
75
6 Head, I suppose of Ariobarzanes
Reverse an armed Pallas standing
her spear stuck in the Ground behind her. i In her Right Hand
a little Victory

One side down by the Pallas
has ΑΡΙΟΒΑΡΖΑΝΟΥ
the other ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΕ
at the Bottom ΙΙΑ ΠΑFΙΣ
Η

Casaubon
7 an old Roman Denarius.
Head of Janus
D X
Reverse a Ratis quinquerenis
Mintmark above it [an N with a cross bar from top of the right ascender]

[short line]
ROMA

Bargrave
8 Head of Talius, on the side
behind the Head SABIN. aA little
Branch before it.

Reverse two soldiers carrying off
under their arms each a Woman
to represent the Rape of the
Sabine Women.

Bargrave
9 Head of Jupiter under it
the Thunder-Bolt

Reverse a Person driving a
Quadriga under the Horses Feet

CAR
In the Exergue OGV • VER [(VE monogrammed), all beneath line]

Casaubon
76
10 Head, I suppose of Jupiter
Reverse an Hero carrying
a standard, & I think darting
Thunder, riding triumphant
in a Quadriga.

[line]
L• SCIP • ASIA G
• K •

Casaubon a nummus serratus.
11 Head I think of Roma in a
Patasated Helmet.

Behind the Head ROMA*
Before it MA[VR monogram]LELL.

Reverse an Hero in a triumphal
Car.
uUnder the Horse SC[AVR monogramed]I
[medium line]
LIGC NDOM
Casaubon a nummus serratus
12 Head of Juno Sospita.
I S M R.
Reverse a Bull in a full Run
over his Back o
underneath
L THORIVS
[medium line]
BALBVS

Casaubon
13 Head of
CAPITO
Reverse a Person driving a yoke
of oxen.

[medium line]
C • MARI CF
S • C

Casaubon a nummus serratus.
77
14 Head perhaps of Roma
in a petasated Helmet

Reverse an Hero in a triumphal
Quadriga.

[medium line]
L • SATVRN.
over him :K mintmark

Casaubon
Coins of Julius CæsarCaesar
15 Head of Julius CæsarCaesar
C. C. ie CAIVS CAESAR.
a family coin,
not C • C •
but S • C •

Reverse an Hero in a Quadriga
[short line]
exergue worn
a serrated coin.
Bargrave
xVenus a cupid behind her
16 Head of xJulius CæsarCaesar
Reverse a Trophy erected on
each side of it a Captive sitting
on the Ground.

[small line]
CAESAR.

Casaubon
17 the same with the foregoing
Casaubon
18 A Coin struck upon CæsarCaesar’s
being killed in the Senate

On the one side the Head
of Brutus yethe Elder.
BRVTVS behind it
on the other side the Head of
Ahala Servilius.
AHALA.
Casaubon
Coins of Marcus Antonius.
19 Lead. Head of Antony a Lituo
behind the Head

Reverse a radiated Head
M ANTONIVS •IIIVIR • R •P •C •
Bargrave
78
20 Three Military standards
LEG II
Reverse a consular Rates.
ANT AVG IIIVIR R.P.C.
Casaubon
Coins of Augustus.
21 Head of Augustus.
AVGVSTVS DIVI F.
Reverse an oxe butting with
his Head to the Ground

[short line]
IMP • X.

Bargrave
22 Head of Augustus.
CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER
PATRIAE.

Reverse Two Persons at an altar
a Lituus and other Augural
Instruments between them x.

.....L CAISARES AVGVSTI F COS DESIG.......
it was before it was worn
C ET L •CAISARES AVGVSTI •F •COS DESIG•
PRINC IVVENT •

see Mediobarb. p. 40 Bargrave
A Gold Coin of Tiberius.
23 Head of Tiberius.
TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS.
Reverse a Figure sitting, it’s
Right Hand resting a spear
in its left Hand an olive Branch.

PONTIF • MAXIM.
Bargrave
79 A Coin of Nero.
24 Head of Nero
NERO CAESAR.
Reverse a Figure standing in its left
Hand a Globe with a little Victory
upon it, in its right an olive Branch

AVGVSTVS GERMANICVS.
Bargrave
A Coin of Galba.
25 Head of Galba.
IMP. SER. GALBA CAESAR AVG.
Reverse a robed Figure standing
in its right Hand a wreath, it’s
left resting a spear.

DIVA AVGVSTA.
Casaubon
Coins of Otho.
26 Head of Otho.
IMP OTHO CAESAR AVG TR.P.
Reverse a robed Figure standing
in its Right Hand a Garland
or Crown in its left a spear

SECVRITAS P R.
Bargrave
27 Head of oOtho &c
another of the same Intention
with the former.

Bargrave.
Coins of Vitellius.
28 ....... ..........M IMP AVG TR P.
Rev: a Tripus a Globe in the seat
of it. aA ceruix in the Frame, an
Hand & arm as directing from Hea ven.

XVVIR SACR FAC
Bargrave
80
29 Head of Vitellius.
A VITELLIVS GERMAN IMP. II.
Reverse a winged Victory sitting
in its Right Hand a Patera in it’s
left a Palm Branch

Bargrave.
30 Head of Vitellius.
The same as the former;
but of a mixed metal. pPerhaps
the Electrum of the ancients.

Bargrave.
Coins of Vespasian.
31 Head of Vespasian
IMP • CAES • VESP AVG • CENS.
Reverse The Emperor sitting
holding in his Right Hand
perhaps an olive Branch
his Left Hand resting a spear

PONTIF MAXIM.
Casaubon
32 Head of Vespasian.
IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG.
Reverse an Eagle standing, Occo
says upon a Globe, expanding
it’s Wings.

Casaubon
33 Head of Vespasian
IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG
Rev: the Emperor sitting, resting a
spear with his left Hand in his Right
an olive Branch

PONTIF MAX TRP. COS V
the metal Electrum.
Bargrave
81
34 Head of Vespasian
The metal
and Coin the same as the former.

Bargrave
35 Head of Vespasian.
aA silver Coin like the two last
before going.

Bargrave
Coins of the Emperor Titus.
36 Head of Titus. Domitian.
IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIANVS AVG P •M.
Reverse a Captive Kneeling a Trophy
erected upon his Head

TRP VIIII IMP XV COS VIII PP
Casaubon
37 IMHead of Titus
IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG PM.
Reverse a statue upon a Pillar
TRP VIIII IMP XIIII COS VII.
Bargrave
38 Head of Titus
Inscription worn
Reverse a Captive settingsitting by a
Palm Tree

IVDAEA.
Bargrave
Coins of Domitian.
39 Head of Domitian
IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM PM. TRP VIII.
Reverse a Bellona standing her right
Hand resting a spear

IMP XXI. COS XIIII CENS P. P.P.
Bargrave
40 Head of Domitian
IMP. CAES DOMIT AVG GERM PM TRP XV.
Reverse a Bellona as before
IMP XXII COS XVII CENS P.P.P.
Casaubon
82
41 Head of Domitian.
IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM PM TRP VII
Reverse Pallas armed throwing
a spear with her right Hand
on her left arm her shield. hHer
owl at her Feet.

IMP XV COS XIIII CENS PPP.
Bargrave
42 Head of Domitian
IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM PM TRP XIIII
Reverse Pallas as in the former
but without the Owl.

IMP XXII COS XVII CENS PPP.
Bargrave
43 Head of Domitian
IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM PM TRP VIII.
Pallas armed in her Right Hand
a Thunder bolt, her left resting a
spear, her shield upon the Ground

IMP •XVIII COS XIIII CENS PPP.
Casuaubon
44 Head of Domitian
a coin the same as 41 but
of the Electrum or mixed Metal

Bargrave
45 Head of Domitian
IMP CAES DOM AVG GERM PM. TRP XIII
Reverse Pallas as in No 42.
IMP XXII COS XVI CENS PPP.
Casaubon
xTrajan
46 Head of xDomitian.
Reverse a Figure standing upon its
left arm a Cornucopia, in its Right
Hand.....

Inscriptions on both sides not legible
Casaubon
83 Coins of Trajans.
47 Head of Trajan
IMP CAES NER TRAIAN.......
Reverse a military Figure, treading
with one Foot upon the Globe, its
right Hand resting a spear, in it’s
left hand carrying (some will have
it be a sheathed sword). It is the
Representation of Fortitude.

The Inscription is not legible.
Casaubon
48 Head of Trajan.
IMP TRAIANO AVG.GER.DAC.PM.TRP.
Reverse a robed Figure standing in
its right Hand some Ears of Corn
in its left.....

SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI
Casaubon
49 Head of Trajan
..........TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TRP.
Reverse a robed Figure standing,
Occo says, in it’s right Hand a Branch
or Bough, at it’s Feet struthio, an
ostritch
[line] Qu? What in the left
Hand? of what is an ostritch
a symbol?

COS V PP. SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI
Casaubon
50 Head of Trajan.
IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TRP COS VI PP.
Reverse a Figure half naked recum bent, upon it’s Knee supported by
it’s Right Hand a wheel: under it’s
left arm a Palm Branch

round the Coin SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI
under the Figure VIA TRAIANA.

Casaubon
84
51 Head of Trajan
IMP TRAIANO AVG ..... DAC PM TRP
Reverse a Warrior armed standing
his right Hand sustaining the
Globe with a Victory upon it: his
left Hand resting his spear

COS VI SPQR OPTIMO PRINC
Casaubon
52 Head of Trajan
IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TRP COS VI P...
Reverse Mars or the Emperor
in armour his Right Hand resting
his spear, his left supporting his
shield rested on the Ground

SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI.
Casaubon
53 Head of Trajan
IMP TRAIANO AVG ....... COS VI PP
Reverse a Female Figure standing
in her left Hand a Rod or Wand
her Right Hand extended over an
altar. It is the Representation
of Piety

SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI
[small line]
PIETAS

Casaubon
54 Head of Trajan
IMP TRAIANO AVG GERM D.......
Reverse much worn out
COS VI.............
Casaubon
55 Head of Trajan
IMP.TRAIANO AVG GER..........
Reverse a robed Figure standing on
its left arm a cornucopia, its right
Hand pointing a staff downwards

COS V PP SPQR OPTIMO PRINC
Casaubon
85 Coins of Hadrian
56 Head of Hadrian
IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG
Reverse a Galley.
PM TR P COS III
Bargrave
57 The same with the foregoing
but in Electrum or the mixt
metal

Bargrave
58 Head of Hadrian
IMP CAESAR TRAIANVS HADRIANVS AVG
Reverse a Female Figure standing
in her Right Hand a Caduceus
on her left arm a Cornucopia

FEL AVG
........COS II.

Casaubon
59 Head of Hadrian
HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS
Reverse a Victory standing
supporting a Palm Branch with
its left Hand: its Right held up
to its Head

COS III
Bargrave.
60 Head of Hadrian
HADRIANVS AVG COS III. PP.
Reverse Fortuna sedens dextra Te monem sinistra Cornucopia says
Mediobarbus; but this is no good
Explanation.

FORTVNAE REDVCI
Casaubon The Representation in this Reverse
seems to me to be some thing particular

86
61 Head of Hadrian
HADRIANVS AVG COS III PP
Reverse a Female Figure at
at an Altar: in its right Hand
a Patera, in its left a Staff or
Wand

SALVS AVG
Casaubon
62 Head of Hadrian
HADRIANVS AVG COS III PP.
Reverse ReverseReverse a robed Figure
standing at an altar & making
an oblation, a serpent erected
upon the Altar

SALVS AVG
Casaubon
63 Head of Hadrian
HADRIANVS AVG COS III. PP.
Reverse The Emperor standing
a Figure Kneeling to him holding
out its right Hand, upon it’s left
arm an olive Branch, a little
RabbetRabbit or Hare between the
supplicant and the Emperor

RESTITVTORI HISPANIAE.
Casaubon
A Coin of L: Ælius.
64 Head of Ælius.
L AELIVS CAESAR
Reverse a Figure sitting resting
it’s arm upon its seat in its
right a Patera. The Type of Concord.

TR POT COS II
[medium line]
CONCORD.

Casaubon
87 Coins of Antoninus Pius.
65 Head of Antoninus
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP. XII.
Reverse a Figure standing, holding
in its Right Hand ears of Corn
over a Vessel full of Corn: it’s
left Hand pointing with a staff

COS IIII.
serrated
Casaubon
66 Head of Antoninus,
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP XVIIII
Reverse a robed Figure standing
before an Altar, a Patera in
its right Hand a Trident in
it’s left

COS IIII
Casaubon
67 Head of Antoninus
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P VI.
Reverse a Figure standing itn its
right Hand held out ears of
Corn. iIts left Hand upon a Vase

COS IIII
Casaubon
68 Head of Antoninus
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP.
Reverse a Figure robed standing
on its left arm a Cornucopia
in its right Hand held out
perhaps an Handful of Ears of
Corn.

LIB IIII.
round the Corn
TR POT COS IIII

Casaubon
88
69 Head of Antoninus
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS III
Reverse a Genius standing in its
right Hand an olive Branch
in its left a staff

GENIO SENATVS
Bargrave
70 Head of Antoninus
DIVVS ANTONINVS
Reverse a Funeral Pile
CONSECRATIO
Casaubon
71 The same as the former
but from, I think a different
Dye

Casaubon
72 Head of Antoninus
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS
Reverse two right Hands joined
with a Caduceus.

This is bad silver & not well
stamped

Casaubon
73 Head of Faustina Wife
of Antoninus Pius.

DIVA FAVSTINA
Reverse a Female Figure
standing resting a spear in
her right Hand in her left Ears
of Corn.

AVGVSTA
Bargrave
89
74 Head of Faustina veiled
DIVA AVG FAVSTINA
Reverse a Female Figure standing
in its right Hand a Globe, in its
left a staff

AETERNITAS
Casaubon
75 serrated, but a Coin like No. 73
Casaubon
Coins of M: Aurel Verus
Antoninus.
xCaracalla
76 Head of xM: Antoninus.
AVR. ANTONINVS IMP.
Reverse Vases & utensils for
the uses of their Religion

*IVVENTAS...........
*SEVERI AUVG PII FIL

Casaubon
77 Head of M: Antoninus
AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F
Reverse The Emperor standing on
his left arm a Cornucopia in his
right Hand an olive Branch

COS II
Casaubon
78 on one side the Head of
Antoninus pius

ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TRP COS IIII
On the other side Head of M.Antoninus
AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS.
coined evidently before the Death of
Antoninus Pius, when Aurelius, called
afterwards M: Antoninus was ad mitted into power with him.

Casaubon
90
79 Head of M: Antoninus.
M ANTONINVS AVG PARTH. MAX.
Reverse. The Representation of
Peace, in her right Hand an
olive Branch on her left Arm
the Cornucopia.

[short line]
PAX.
round the Figure TR P XX IMP IIII COS III

Casaubon
80 Head of M Antoninus.
ANTONINVS AVG ARMENIACVS
Reverse a Military Figure standing
his right Hand resting his spear
his left Hand upon his shield

PM TRP XVIII IMP II COS III
Casaubon
81 Head of Antoninus
ΑΝΤΩΝΕΙΝΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ
Reverse a Burning & rocky Moun tain: Palin thinks Vesuvius. aA
star under it: upon the Top of
it, perhaps a Jupiter Montanus.

The Letters are worn off the Edge
as far as We can read them
they are
ΥΠΑΤΟ.........ΙΙΙ Α Τ Ρ.

Bargrave
82 Head of Annia Faustina Wife of
M: Antoninus Daughter of Antoninus
Pius & of the former Fasutina.

FAVSTINA AVG PII AVG FIL.
Reverse Concord sitting in her right
Hand an olive Branch, her left arm
upon her chair a cornucopia by it.

CONCORDIA
Casaubon
91 Coins of Lucius Aurelius
Verus.
83 IMP L AVREL VERVS AVG.
Reverse a robed Figure standing
in its Right Hand a Globe, on it’s
left arm a cornucopia

PROV DEOR TRP COS II
Casaubon
84 Head of Verus
L VERVS CAES ANTON AVG PMIVS.
Rev: a Figure standing in its left
Hand a spear in its Right ......

TR POT XI COS II
Casaubon
85 Head of Verus
L VERVS AVG CATRPARMENIACVS
Reverse an armed Figure standing
his right Hand resting his spear
his left holding his shield.

TR P V IMP II COS II
Casaubon
A Coins of Septimius severus
Pertinax
86 Head of Severus
L.SEPT SEV PERT AVG IMP X
Reverse. The Representation of Sol
his right hand held out, in his
Left hand his Flagrum

PM TRP V COS
Bargrave
87 Head of IJulia the Wife of
Severus

IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG.
Reverse Venus sitting, says Occo,
in her right Hand a Globe in her
left a spear

VENVS GENETRIX
Bargrave
92 A Coin of P: Septimius Geta.
88 Head of Geta
P SEPT GETA CAES PONT
Reverse a Figure sitting, its left
Hand resting upon it’s Chair, in
its Right Hand a Globe.

SECVRIT IMPERII
Casaubon
A Coin of M Aurel
Severus Alexander
89 Head of Alexander
IMP ALEXANDER PIVS AVG.
Reverse
Hope in it’s Right Hand
the blooming Buds it’s left
Hand resting upon a staff

SPES PVBLICA.
Casaubon
A Coin of C.Julius Verus
Maximinus.
90 Head of Maximinus
IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG.
Reverse A Figure standing in
his Right Hand, Occo says, a
Tessora, on his Right arm the
Cornucopia.

LIBERALITAS AVG
Casaubon
A Coin of M Jul Philippus.
91 Head of Philippus
M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES
Reverse a Figure standing holding
in his right Hand a Globe, his
left resting his spear

PRINCIPI IVVENT
Casaubon
93 Coins of M Cassius Patienus
Posthumus Postumus.
92 Head of Postumus
IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG
Reverse a Jupiter darting his
Thunder.

IOVI PROPVGNAT
Casaubon
93 Head of Postumus
IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG
Reverse a Figure standing a
Bag or Purse in its Right Hand
a Cornucopia of its left Arm

VBERTAS AVG
Casaubon
A Coin of Marius.
94 Head C. Aurelius Marius.
IMP C MARIVS PF AVG
Reverse two Right Hands joined
CONCORDIA MILITVM.
Casaubon
Coins of M: Aurel Victorinus
95 Head of Victorinus
IMP C M VICTORINVS AVG
Reverse Moneta her Scales and
Cornucopia

AEQVITAS AVG.
Casaubon
96 Head of Victorinus
IMP C M..........VICTORINVS.......
Reverse Peace her olive Branch
in her Right Hand, her spear in her left

PAX AVG
Casaubon
94 A Coin of M: Aurelius
Probus.
97 IMP C PHOBVS PF AVG
Reverse Peace in her left
Hand her olive Branch
held up, in her Right a
transversed spear.

PAX AVG
Casaubon
H in Probus miscoined for R.
A Coin of Allectus.
98 Head of Allectus
It is full of Dirt, but I think
the Letters are
IMP. C ALLECTVS PF AVG.

Reverse a winged Victory
VICTORIA AVG
Casaubon
A Coin of Julian
99 Head of Julian
DN IVLIANVS NOB CAES.
Reverse in an oak Crown
VOTIS
V
MVLTIS
X

[small line]
T. CON.

Casaubon
Coins of Gratian
100 Head of Gratian
DN GRATIANVS PF AVG.
Reverse Roma sitting, in her
Right Hand the Globe with a
Victory upon it. In her left a
staff or spear

VRBS ROMA
[short line]
TRPS

Casaubon
95
101 like the former
Casaubon
The following are so worn
and obscure, that I cannot
well describe them.
102 Casaubon
103 Casaubon
104 Bargrave
105 a./ Head of Apollo
b./ A Horse in full speed
PISO L FRUG
Bargrave
106 Bargrave
96
107 Casaubon
108 Bargrave
109 Bargrave
110 Casaubon
97
111 3 small silver Coins
Casaubon
112 aA Gold Coin
Casaubon
113 Two silver Coins one of an
unusual Thickness, the other

Casaubon
114
Two gold Coins
Casaubon
97a
115 aA small Gold
Casaubon
The three following are
Saxon Coins.
116 aA penny of King Ethelred
Head of Ethelred
The Inscription round it is
✠ ÆDELRED REX ANGLORUM

Reverse
In the outer Circle & between ye the
inward ✠ ODAII¯OPǷELING
In the 4 Quarters of a Cross of
two Lines thru the Center
to inward Circle
CRV✠
wt 24½ grains
Casaubon
117 aA Penny of Ethelred
Head of Ethelred
+ÆDELRED REX ANGL⨀
Reverse a double lined Cross thru the
Center to the Inscription

+LE⨀ ESTA NM ⨀ LVND
wt 22¼ grains
Casaubon
98
118
aA Penny of Canute
Head of the King
✠ CNVT REXANG
Reverse thus
[Drawing: outer circle, with inner circle, four spokes connecting them, with a smaller circle and centre-dot in each quarter]

In the Outside Circle
+LVREPINEONDOI=

wt 17¼ grains
Casaubon
The following are old
English Coins
119 an half Groat of Edward
the 3d

EDWARDVS REX ANGLIEK FRANCI +
Reverse. In the outer Circle
POSVI DEV̄ A DIVTOR MM

In the inner circle
CIVITAS LONDON
The Cross thru all the Circles
3 Pellets in each Quarter

Casaubon
120 aA Groat of Hen: 4 coined at
Callis

hHEnNRIC • DI • GRĀ • REX ĀRGLOS
FRĀNC

Reverse. In the outward Circle
POSVI DEVM ĀDIVTORĒ MEVM.
In the inner circle
VILoLĀ : CĀLISIE
The Cross in the Center 3 Pellets
in the 4 Quarters

Casaubon
99
121 aA ---------
I am not sure whether I cannot make out the
Inscription. It seems to begin be
IOnNS: COMES: hHĀNONIE

Reverse perhaps is
MONETĀ MONTES
[two full lines erased]

Casaubon
122 an half Groat of
Henry 6 coined at
Canterbury

Casaubon
123 The Dublin three Pence
of Edward 4th

Casaubon
124 Two small Coins
The Durham Penny.
and
The Durham half Penny
of Henry 8.

Casaubon
100
100 In the great Drawer of
the said Cabinet
2 Chinese Books.
Bargrave
In the left Hand Drawer
above it.
A Pack of Italian Cards
see Bargrave's little Book
No 41.

Part of a Pack of larger Cards
In one of the upper Drawers The Picture of Shaban Agaa
Il'Grand d'Algeers. Bargrave
No. 60

Dr Bargraves own Picture
and another Picture of
himself and 2 Friends.

A round Frame of wood
belonging to Medallion XXIV.

101 [blank page] 102 In the Lesser Cabinet
inscribed
BARGRAVEANA.
Beginning from the right
Hand side of the lowest Drawer
No.
1
Head of Augustus.
CAESAR IMPERATOR PONT
PPP E SEMPER AVGVSTVS VIR.

On the other side
Two robed Figures shaking
Hands, in the rightLeft Hand
of the one a Caduceus, on
the left arm of the other
a Cornucopia

S.C.
This seems to be No 36 in
MrDr Bargraves little Book.



2 JulHead of Julius CæsarCaesar
behind it the Lituus

DIVI IVLI
In Bargrave No. 35.
The 4 following I do not
know how to describe.
103 3 4 5 6
104 7 Head of Helena
ΕΛΕΝΗ ΛΗΛΑΙΑ ΣΠΑRΡΤΗΣ
ΒΑΣΙΛΙΣΣΑ

On the other side
The Judgment of Paris.

ΑΚΑΘΑRΡΤΟΣ ΠΑRΡΙΔΟΣ ΚΡΙΣΙΣ
In Bargrave No. 37.
8 another JudgmentJudgement of
Paris.
9 another JudgmentJudgement of
Paris.
10 Lead
On the one side Lewis 14
on the other side the Queen mother.
11 Head of Dido
ΔΙΔΩ ΒΑΣΙΛΙΣΣΑ

In Drawer No 2
34 Coins. aAll silver except
4.

105 In Drawer No 3. aA Medal of the Prince of
Orange 1654 and

31 Coins all silver.
In Drawer No. 4
32 silver Coins.
No 5.
Coins & Medals 32
all silver.

No 6
5 Brass and
31 silver Coins & Medals

No 7.
16 Gold Coins.
&
25 I think all of them
silver Coins.

No 8
40 silver Coins and 6 Aspers.
No 9
38 Coins some of them
Brass but many of them
silver.

106 No 10.
41 Brass Coins.
No 11
62 Brass Coins.
No 12.
57. Brass Coins.
All these from No 1 of the
1st shelfDrawer were Bargraves.

No 13.
23 old Roman Coins ill
preserved, so as not to be
legible

Bargraves.
and
2 Silver and 68 Brass Coins

Casaubons
and
37 Brass Coins Roman of the
lower Empire many of
them, ill preserved

Casaubons.
107 [blank page] 108 The great Cabinet beginning at the upper most Drawer at the
farthest Partition on
the left Hand.
1 An infant Romulus. see
Dr Bargraves little Book.
2 An antique Æsculapius. 3 An antique Hercules 4 Dr Bargrave thought this
to referr to Cacus; but it
seems rather to be a Persons
crowning the Horns of a
Bullock for a sacrifice.
5 Two Pariests with their Pateræae
in their Hands

109 6 a Leda see. Bargraves
No 10
7 Hercules Iuvenis. see
Bargraves No. 6
8 anotherAnother Hercules. see
Bargraves No 6
9 aA Mercury. Bargraves
No. 7.

10 aA Dolphin Bargraves
No. 8
11 aA Busto of Augustus.
Bargrave’s No 9.
12 aA Bacchanalian Plate
Bargraves No 11.
13 2 ancient Keys. oOne of
them given by Bargrave.
The other by Casaubon
Note Bargraves has the thicker
shank & looks the more antique.
Casaubons was a clavis
annularis.

110 14 aA brass wreathed Snake
see Bargraves No 13.
15 Bargrave says the Rape
of Proserpina by a Centaur

No Barg: 14. Byut he
errs in calling it so.
16 The Cockal for the Ludus
Talarius.

Bargrave No 15
17 The River Tiber on a
Piece of Coral

Bargrave No 16
18 Two Priapisms
see Bargrave No 17.
19 Two Pans Heads, or
Priapus.

These were Casaubons.
20 Two ancient spoons.
Casaubon
21 an Eagle
Bargrave No 18.
111 22 aA Piece of the obelisk
in the Piazza Navonna
at Rome.

see Bargraves No 19.
23 An ancient Lamp from
Roma subterranea.

see Bargraves
No 22.
24 aA Lucky malory found
in the same Place

Bargrave No 22.
and an ancient Roman
Style.
see Bargrave
No 36.

In the second Drawer No. 1 Two Loadstones.
Bargraves No 20.

2 aA mineral Stone
Bargrave’s 21

3 aA thin Piece of Jasper
unpolished
Bargrave’s
No 23.

112 4 Paste antiche Romane
inciognite.
Bargrave’s 24

5 Cynder’s & Pummy stones
from Mount Ætna.

Bargrave 25.
6 Cynders &c from Mount
Vesuvius

Bargraves No 26.

7 Rude Pieces of Chrystal
Bargrave’s 27.

8 aA clear and elegant Piece
of Chrystall. see

Bargrave 27.


9 aA gold Garnet stone
Ring &c

Bargrave 29.

10 Confetti di Tivoli.
Bargrave 30.

11 some of the Flower of
Brimstone from the sulphu rous Mountains near
Naples

Bargrave 31.
113 12 aA Bow Ring of Persia
Bargraves 32.

13 An Anatomy of an
human Eye.

Bargraves 34

14 aA stone imitating a
Toadstool

Bargraves 35.

15 aA large Piece of a
Sea-Horse’s Tooth

Bargrave 37.

16 Lusus naturæae, diverse
Shells
Bargrave 38

17 aA pretty little Padlock &c
Bargrave 39

18 aA Nun’s Worke Purse
Bargrave 40.

19 aA Cameleon.
Bargrave 43.
114 20 The Finger of a Frenchman
Bargrave 44.

21 An Indian Tobacco Pipe
Bargrave 54.

22 The Compass in an
Ivory Box. &c.


23 An Iron Pommel of a
Sword Haft, curiously
wrought.


24 aA little Box isin which is
contained The following
stones.

1 aA Piece of the Ruines of
Septimius severus Triumphal
arch at Rome.

2 aA Piece of Titus Vespas: Tri umphal Arch.
3 aA stone from the Roman
Amphitheatre

4 aA stone from the Piscina mira bilis near Naples.
5 aA Piece of Constantines Trium phal Arch at Rome
6 Stones from the Sybells Grotto
at Cumæae.

7 Pieces of the Mosaic Pavement
of St Marks Church Venice

8 aA Stone from the Grotto del Cave [the 8 above entries are grouped by a bracket to the left]
115 25 aA Box full of Glass &
stones amongst which 4
are cut for seals.


26 anotherAnother Box full of
Pieces of Stones


27 In a Box ofsome Turkish Aspers.

28 In a Box 2 little
Pin cushions
some asbestos
The Entrails of a silkworm.


29 aA Piece of Bone or
Ivory from Tusculum.
a piece of Marble from
the House where Tully wrote
his Epistles
says Bargrave

30 Stones brought from the
3 Taverns mentioned in
the Acts.


31 fromFrom Madonna de Loretto

32 Water turned into stones
at Cave Guttiere near Tours
in France

116 33 aA Piece of Earth from Roma
subterranea
Terra Lemnia sigillata
a Piece of Milan Marble


34 Some Rings. theThe two Iron
ones.
Casaubons.

35 aA stone
a Piece of St Ambroses Hilarys
Couch at Poictieres says

Bargrave.
In the 3d or large
Drawer.
Several Pairs of Horns of the
wild mountain Goat.

see Bargrave No 55.
aA Venetian Stittlletto
Bargrave No 57.
aA Cravat Sash & pair of
Garters of Porcupines Quills.

Bargrave No. 58.
aA pair of red Leather Bushins &c
Bargrave No. 59.
117 In the 4th or 1st
Flat Drawer.
several Pieces of stone & diverse
other little Things and
The Seal of the Convent
of Newark.
found [illegible] in Dr Wallwyns
Prebendal House at Canterbury
April 1747. The Prior of Canter bury was visitor of this Convent &
probably at it’s Dissolution the Seal
was given up to him.

In the 5th ...... In the 6th ofor 1st of
the Medallions.
I A Julius CæsarCaesar in Brass
DIVO IVLIO
Bargrave’s No. 1
118 II The Town House at Lyons.
Bargraves No 34.
III Pompey the Great in Lead
CN POMPEIVS MAGNVS.
Bargraves No. 21.
IV Head of Marius in Lead
C. MARIVS VII COS.
Bargraves No. 20.
V Head of MonsrMonsieur de Liergue.
GASP• MONCO • LIERGVE• LVGD•
IVR• CRIM• PRÆT.

in Lead Bargraves No. 26.
VI Raphael Urbins Head in
Lead.

RAPHAELIS • SANCTII•
VRBINATIS.

Bargraves No. 29
VII Head of Julius Romanus
in Lead.
IVLIVS ROMANVS.
Bargraves No. 30
119 VIII Titian in Lead
VERA TITIANI EFFIGIES
Bargraves No 28
IX Head of Michael
Angelo
in Lead
MICHAEL• ANGELVS
BONARROTVS. FLOR•
ATE•S• ANN• 88.

Bargrave No 29
X Head of Cyrus in Lead
CYRVS REX PERSARVM.
Bargrave 22.
XI Head of [gap]
in Lead.
Casaubon
XII in Lead Bargraves No 31 XIII in Lead Bargrave’s No 32 XIV Head of Junius Brutus
in Lead
M. IVNIVS• BRVTVS•
Bargrave No 23.
120 In the 7th Drawer XV The Town-House in Lyons
in Lead.
Bargraves No. 13.
XVI Head of Pope Alexander
7th
in Brass.
ALEXAN•VII• P M.
VATICANI TEMPLI AREA
PORTICIBVS ORNATA.

On the other side
St Peters &c

FVNDAMENTA EIVS
IN MONTIBVS SANCTIS•

Bargraves No 12.
XVII Head of Socrates
in Brass.
Bargrave No. 8.
XVIII Head of Alexander the
7
in Brass.
ALEXANDER• VII• P• M• PIVS• IVST•
OPT• SENEN• PATR• GENTE•
CHISIVS• MDCLIX.

Reverse The Lyon crouching
at the Feet of the Gladiator

121 ET• FERA• MEMOR BENEFICII
above
MVNIFICO PRINCIPI DOMINICVS
IACOBATIVS.

It is the story of Androclus & the Lion
see A Gellius.
Bargrave No. 11.
XIX Head of Lewis XIV. in
Brass.

LVD. XIIII• FR• ET• NAV• REX•
Bargrave No. 9.
XX The Queen Mother of
France & Lewis 14th when
a child.

ANNA• D•G• FR• ET• NAV• REG• RE•R•MATER.
LVD• XIV• D•G. FR. ET• NAV. REG• CHR.

Bargrave No 10.
XXI Head of Solon in Lead
VERA SOLONIS EFFIGIES.
Bargrave No. 108.
XXII Head of Thales in Brass.
Bargrave No. 7.
XXIII Head of the Queen Mother
of France
in Lead.
ANNA• D•G. FR• ET NAV• REG.
Bargrave No 33.
122 XXIV The Emperor Trajan
hearing the Petition of
the Poor Woman, whose Son
had been killed - &c.

Bargrave No 5.
XXV The Head of Roma
in Brass.
Bargrave No. 2.
XXVI A Feast of the Gods. Brass
Bargrave No. 3.
XXVIII. Brass.
Bargraves No. 6.
XXVIII Brass.
Bargraves No. 4.
In the lowest Drawer XXIX Head of Socrates in
Lead.
Casaubon
XXX Head of Vespasian Lead
T. VESP. Casaubon
XXXI Head of Junius Brutus
in Lead
L. IVNIVS• BRVTVS.
Bargrave No. 16.
123 XXXII Head of Cicero Lead
M. TVL. CICERO.
Bargrave No. 14.
XXXIII Head of Seneca Lead
LVC. AN• SENECA.
Bargrave 17.
XXXIV Head of Sulla. Lead
L. COR. SVLLA• COS.
Bargrave 19.
XXXV Head of Vitellius Lead.
A•VITEL• AVG.
Casaubon
XXXVI
Head of Thales Lead
Casaubon
XXXVII Head of Solon Lead
ΣΟΛΩΝ ΣΑΛΑΜΙ.
Bargrave 15.
XXXVIII Head of Vespasian
Lead.
VESPAS• AVG.
Casaubon
124 XXXIX Head of Augustus in
Lead.

AVG. DIVI. FIL.
Casaubon
XL Head of Aristippus. Lead
ARISTIPPVS CIRENENSIS.
Bargrave No. 24.
XLI Head of Scipio Africa nus in Lead.
P. COR. SCIPIO AFRICANVS•
Bargrave 25.
XLII Head of Julius CæsarCaesar
in Lead
DIVI. IVLI.
Casaubon
XLIII
Head of Caius CæsarCaesar
C. CAESAR TI. F
Casaubon
125 [blank page] 126 As
By a Schedule of the Coins &c
left to ye Church, with Dr
Bargrave’s
ReceitReceipt upon it dated
July 14. 1673. for Dr Casaubon’s
Coins.
The Number of Gold Coins
left by him were ....... 7
silver Coins .......... 87
Brass Coins ........... 214.
In the foregoing Catalogue
Casaubon’s
Gold Coins are p. 97. ... 4.
I suspect the other 3 are (A).
in the lesser Cabinet amongst
the Gold Coins in Drawer No. 7
.
but as I did not find them in
Casaubon's Cabinet, I could
not distinguish to pick them
out of the other.
In the foregoing Catalogue
of Silver Coins, I find named
to be Casaubon’s 89, & in
Drawer of the lesser Cabinet
(No. 13.)
2. In all 91. ie 4 more
than the Schedule mentions.
They were perhaps originally
not exactly counted, or 4 of
Bargrave’s are got in amongst
them.
127 The brass Coins in the Sche dule are said to be. 214.
I compute in the biggedr
Cabinet named to Casaubon 158
In the lesser Cabinet ....... 45
Number [203 beneath line]
Whether the 11 that seem wanting
be amongst Bargraves I can not say.
His Nero in Brass said to be
a choice Piece is Brass Coins No 90
.
His clovis annularis & two
other Rings
are in the great
Cabinet., uppermost Drawer No 13.
and in the second Drawer No 34.
His Terra Lemnia or Lemina
sigillata is in the same Drawer 33.

In the 13 Drawer of the lesser
Cabinet
rinis the third Line from
the Bottom is a Coin inscribed
PHS • D•G • HISPA • REX• DVX• ET• COM•
BVR.

of this in a Paper put into Dr
Casaubons
schedule is thus written
This Piece was coined in Spain
rinis great Want of Money for so much
Weight in Gold : and will yet yet yield
so much in Spain, and is a Rarity
128 there, as I have been told.,
yet I doubt it, because of the French
on the other side: It may be
but a Counter.
Note The Schedule and Paper
in it are in the uppermost
Drawer of the larger Cabinet.
on the right Hand.

Dr Bargrave p 81 of his
little written Account of his
Rara antiqua &c.
numbers his
modern and ancient Medals of
Gold, silver and Brass to be
between 4 and 500. But I
think those, to which his
Name wasis put in the Cata logues before going, are about
674. pProbably He had more
than He had numbered exactly:
or not having finished this
little Book, he had wrote
thus far of it, and afterwards
added to his collections.
However If Dr Bargrave
gave the Church all the Coins
mentioned in his Papers, We
129 have since lost some of them.
In the 7 Drawer of the lesser
Cabinet there are.
1. aA Piece of Charles the
first. This Dr Bargraves in
a Paper dated April 28., 1658
says is only silver Guilded.
2. aA Gold DucatPistole seda vacante
3 a. A SGold Pistole of the Prince
of orange
4 a. A little Piece of the King
of Bohemia’s Coronation
all these are mentioned in
the said Paper. But
He mentions in that Paper
another small Piece of Gold
like the last.
13 gold Ducats or Hungars.
Qu? Whether the next ten
Pieces of Gold next to the Piece above be not of them.
If so; then We want 3. pieces.
The two last Piece in this 7 Drawer full of
the old Characters I believe
belong to Casaubon’s Collection
In which We therefore seem to
want one only one s. See A. page 126.
In the said Paper of Dr Bargraves
130 are mentioned also 7 Pieces
of old Gold, and a medal of
Gold of the Emperor Fardinand
IIId. Val: £: s: d: 4: 10: 0 sterling. We have
none of these: & probably they were
never given us.
We have, (which are mentioned
in that Paper).
1. a silver Medal of Pope Innocent
10th. iIt is in the Lesser Cabinet
Drawer 5, in Line 5, from the
Bottom. Medel 3d from the left
2. the Medal of Alexander VII.
It is next to the former.
3. The large silver Medal of the
young Prince of orange. It is
Drawer 3. Med. 1st
4. The Jubilee Piece with the
Porta Sancta next No. 1.
5. We have two silver Pieces
of the Coronation of the King
of Bohemia. Dr Bargrave
says in his Paper 2 gold & one
silver. pPerhaps He should have
wrote 2 silver and one gold, &
then We have them right.
There are also in this Paper
an account of the Rings and
131 stones and Intaglio’s which
He had.
But all thesethe Modern Coins We
have should be sorted and numbered
and described, as I have done
the ancient Coins, & the
Boxes of stones might be
examined, if worth the doing,
in like Manner.
The Paper, describing themabove mentioned
is in the upper Drawer of the
larger Cabinet, on the right
Hand.
Dr Bargrave was very in curious in his Descriptions
of his Coins and Medals.
In his little Book p: 81
He says It. Titus Gold. iIt
should be Tiberius.
sSee the Coin p. 78 No 23.
It is the Athens Owl with Minerva.
sSee the Coin p. 2. pNo. 4.
It is an Athenian Piece struck
in Honour of Themistocles: The
Inscription has the Appearance
of Antique, particularly in the
132 or in πδολυνικοι, instead of πολυνίκῳ
the ω not being in use until after
the Age of Themistocles.
Dr Bargrave mentions next
It Alexander with Bucephals Head,
silver, ancient, and 3 Legs for
sSicily. sSee his little Book p. 81.
One atwould at first sight be at
loss to know what Alexander &
Bucephalus had to do with Sicily.
sSee the Medal p. 73. No. 2
I should think this a Roman
Medal, when struck I know not.
iIt looks a beautiful one, & may
be a very good one.
When the Romans made
any conquests of Sicily, they
put the Symbol of the three
Legs upon Medals struck upon
such Conquests: We find this
Symbol upon a Coin of Augustus
upon such an occasion see
Choul p. 91.
And the Romans about the
Time of the Carthaginian War
began to put the Head of the
Goddess Roma upon the Face
of their Coins. The Symbol
[133] of Carthage was the Horse’s
Head and Neck, according to
the Lines of Virgil, describing
the Carthaginians to have
built their City, where they had
dug up the Head if this animal.
[line] Pœni
Effodere loco signum, quod regia Iuno,
monstrarat, caput aeris equi
[line]
ÆAeneid. l. 1.
and accordingly, the Romans
when they had broke the Cartha ginian Power, put the Horses Head
& neck on the Reverse of some of
their Coins of which sort, I think
are No 12. 13. 14. in p 4 of this Book
and perhaps, in this Coin before
us, the Triquetra or symbol of
Sicily is added to denote the
Romans obliging the Carthagi nians to quit this Island.
what the Word κοςσΑΣς upon
this Coin means I do not know.
There are many very good Coins
in this Collection, of the Cities of
Italy. see p 5. 6. 7. &c which came
[134] under the Roman Power.