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Portuguese Malacca, Sebastian I, 1554 - 1578

|Portugal|, |Portuguese| |Malacca,| |Sebastian| |I,| |1554| |-| |1578||2| |bazarucos|
The crossed arrows symbolize the martyrdom of St. Sebastian. The two dots and initials indicate a value of 2 bazarucos. An armillary sphere is a model of objects in the sky, consisting of a spherical framework of rings, centered on Earth or the Sun, that represent lines of celestial longitude and latitude and other astronomically important features, such as the ecliptic. The flag of Portugal features an armillary sphere.
ME92092. 2 bazarucos, Singh S.17, Mitchiner NI 3150 - 3153, VF, deposits, weight 2.354 g, maximum diameter 18.8 mm, die axis 0o, Malacca (Malaysia) mint, 1554 - 1578; obverse three arrows crossed and tied in the center, two raised dots between arrow tips and B-A flanking across field (2 bazarucos); reverse crude armillary sphere with ecliptic band above three parallels falling from right to left, raised dots at equator and the poles; scarce; $80.00 SALE PRICE $64.00 ON RESERVE


Khmer Kingdom of Angkor, 802 - 1450 A.D.

|Other| |Asian| |Coins|, |Khmer| |Kingdom| |of| |Angkor,| |802| |-| |1450| |A.D.||6| |units|
This type is found in Cambodia and Laos.
AE49660. Lead 6 units, Mitchiner ACW 5271, Mitchiner NI 2645, aEF, weight 19.454 g, maximum diameter 32.7 mm, obverse floral lotus pattern around center hole; reverse floral lotus pattern around center hole; particularly attractive for the type, large 6 unit denomination with 32.7 mm diameter; SOLD







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Cribb, J. "A Hoard of Cambodian Coins" in Coin Hoards, Vol. VI. (London, 1981).
Krause, C. & C. Mishler. Standard Catalog of World Coins. (Iola, WI, 2010 - ). Krisadaolarn, R. & V. Milhailovs. Siamese Coins: From Funan to the Fifth Reign. (Bangkok, 2012).
Mitchiner, M. Oriental Coins and Their Values, Vol. 2: the Ancient and Classical World. (London, 1978).
Mitchiner, M. Oriental Coins and Their Values, Vol. 3: Non-Islamic States & Western Colonies. (London, 1979).
Smirnova, O. Svodnyaei katalog Sogdiaeiskikh monet: bronza. (Moscow, 1981).
Yih, T. & J. De Kreek. "The Gongsi cash pieces of Western Borneo and Banka in the Ethonographical Museum at Rotterdam" in NC 93, pp. 171 - 195, pls. 25 - 26.

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