[Drawings of various antiquities]
|Main Creator:||Basire, James, 1730-1802, engraver.|
Engravings of the following articles are: No. 1 is of a silver ingot; No.s 2 to 4 are of gold coins, all from the reign of the Roman Emperor Honorius (393-423) and found together in the Tower of London; No. 5 is of a standard of a pound weight, from the time of the same emperor in the cabinet of M. Foucault; No. 6 is of a solidus aureus from the reign of the same emperor; No. 7 is a glass crown.
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Inscribed l.l. on image: DN.HONORI AVC.
Inscribed u.r. within plate mark: Vol. V. Pl. XXV. p. 292.
Physical description: 1 print : engraving ; image 22.2 x 17.4 cm., cropped within plate mark 24 x 19.2 cm.
Citations/References: Pl. XXV, accompanying an article by the (unnamed) President of the Society of Antiquaries (London) entited "Observations on some Antiquities found in the Tower of London", in Archaelogia V, 1779 pp. 291-305