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Sale: Triton V, Lot: 2386. Estimate $300. 
Closing Date: Wednesday, 16 January 2002. 
Sold For $675. This amount does not include the buyer’s fee.

ITALY, Papal States. Pius IX. 1846-1878. Lot of eight Medals featuring group compositions, mostly AR 44mm annual medals. Lot includes the following: Anno I (1846). Æ 44mm Medal. G. Cebara, engraver. Capped bust left, wearing stole / Justice, Peace, and another female figure; all-seeing eye above. Rinaldi -. Not the officially adopted type // Anno III (1848). G. Cebara, engraver. Obverse similar to preceeding / Moses delivering the law to the heads of the tribes. Rinaldi 43; Mazzio Supp. 671 // Anno VII (1852). Bonfil Zaccagnini, engraver. Capped and robed bust right, wearing stole / View of the ancient Appian Way, with the temple of St. Sebastian. Rinaldi 46; Mazzio Supp. 690 // Anno IX (1854). Æ 44mm Medal. P. Girometti, engraver. Capped bust left, wearing stole / Christ seated with the children. Rinaldi 48 var. (Æ); Mazzio Supp. 697 var. Two (2) medals // Anno X (1855). P. Girometti, engraver. Capped bust right, wearing ornate stole and broach / The Pontiff and his retinue visiting the ill in the Sancto Spirito hospital. Rinaldi 49; Mazzio Supp. 700 // Anno XVII (1862). G. Voigt, engraver. Capped bust left, with hood, wearing stole / St. Peter recieving an offering from the first Christians. Rinaldi 56; Mazzio Supp. 731 // Anno XXXI (1876). I. Bianchi and F. Bianchi, engravers. Obverse similar to last / St. Joseph standing before the Church, left, and the Virgin, right; 1871. Rinaldi 70. EF-prooflike Uncirculated, most toned. LOT SOLD AS IS, NO RETURN. Eight (8) medals in lot. ($300)