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CLASSICAL COINS Featuring Ancient Greek (Gold & Silver) Nice offering of Parthian Greek Bronze Collection Greek Imperials Roman Republican (Including a collection of struck bronzes) Roman Imperial (All metals) Byzantine Medieval European An Important Collection of English Hammered Scottish, Irish Large Lots

CLOSING DATE Wednesday September 27,1989 5:00 PM

VIII CLASSICAL NUMISMATIC AUCTIONS, LTD. VICTOR ENGLAND QUARRYVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA


A Mail Bid Auction Sale of

CLASSICAL COINS Featuring Ancient Greek (1-175) (Gold & Silver)

Greek Bronze Collection (176-245) Greek Imperials (246-283) Roman Republican (284-370) (Including a collection of struck bronzes)

Roman Imperial (371-624) (All metals)

Byzantine (625-650) Medieval European (651-751) An Important Collection of English Hammered (752-827) Scottish, Irish (828-834) Contorniate, Becker, Paduan (835-837) Large Lots (838-865) CLOSING DATE Wednesday September 2 7 , 1 9 8 9 5:00 PM

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SPAIN 1. Bolskan. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. Drachm. (3.77 gms.). Bearded male head right. Horseman right with spear on horseback. SNG Cop 324. Toned aXF. (150)

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LUCANIA 7. Metapontum. Circa 5th Century BC. Stater. (7.85 gms.). Ear of barley, META to right. Incuse of obverse. SNG Cop 1161, Noe 121-129. Good VF, dark patina. (600)

Gades. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. Triobol. (2.00 gms.). Herakles left in a lion's skin. Tunny fish swimming right. Burgos 1021. VF. Very Rare and seldom encountered for sale. (1400)

GAUL 3. Auriol Hoard. Circa 520-460 BC. Hemiobol. (0.56 gms.). Greek war helmet right. Incuse square. De La Tour 188. Toned XF, rare. (150) BRUTTIUM 8. Croton. Circa 550-480 BC. Stater. (7.99 gms.). Earliest Issue with snakes coming out of tripod. Tripod incuse. SNG Cop.-1737. Iridescently toned good VF, attractive coin. (2000)

CAMPANIA 4. Phistelia. Circa 380-350 BC. Obol. (0.49 gms.). Female head three-quarter face to left. Lion prancing left, serpent in exergue. Rutter, Plate 32, Group IV. Toned VF, scarce. (200)

CALABRIA 5. Tarentum. Circa 4th-3rd Century BC. Diobol. (1.10 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right, helmet decorated with the sea monster Skylla. Herakles wrestling the Nemean lion. cf. SG351. Toned XF, nice die execution on the obverse. (225)

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SICILY 9. Agrigentum. Before 413 BC. Tetradrachm. (14.97 gms.). Eagle standing left on Ionic column. Crab with claws open. SNG ANS 978. VF. (650)

Tarentum. Circa 272-235 BC. Didrachm. (6.37 gms.). Naked youth-rider crowning horse standing left. Taras astride dolphin left; in right field, cock. Vlasto-848. Lightly toned good VF. (300)

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A g r i g e n t u m . Before 413 BC. Litra. (0.78 gms.). Eagle standing left on Ionic capital. Crab; beneath, rose. SNG Cop.-51. Toned good VF. (100)


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Catana. Circa 461-413 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.22 gms.). Slow quadriga right; Nike flying right above, crowning horses. Head of Apollo right. SNG ANS 1250 (Same obverse die). Nice Fine. Rare. (800)

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Enna. Circa 450 BC. Litra. (0.60 gms.). Slow quadriga right, driven by Demeter with a torch. HENNAION, Demeter standing facing, holding lighted torch over altar. BMC 1. SG I, 777 (£1000). Fine, porous. Extremely Rare. (300) Enna was a most sacred place at the centre of the island and was reputed to be the scene of the Rape of Persephone.

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Gela. Before 405 BC. Litra. (0.59 gms.)· Bridled horse standing right, wreath above. Forepart of man-headed bull right, ΓΕΛΑ above. SNG Cop 272-274. VF. Scarce. (125)

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G e l a . Before 405 BC. Litra. (0.57 gms.). Warrior on horseback left, with shield. Forepart of man-headed bull right, Γ Ε Λ Α Σ above. SNG Cop 275. F/VF. Nice metal for issue. Rare. (125)

Himera. Before 482 BC. Drachm. (5.29 gms.). Cock right, border of dots. Cock standing right in shallow incuse, within linear square, cf. SNG ANS 151. VF, a little porous. Scarce. (500)

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Gela. Before 405 BC. Tetradrachm. ( 16.08 gms.) Slow quadriga moving left. Forepart of man-headed bull right. Jenkins plate 26, 460. F/VF with a heavy black patina. Scarce. (350) 19.

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Gela. Before 405 BC. Didrachm. (8.23 gms.). Naked warrior on horseback right hurling spear. Forepart of man-headed bull right. SNG Cop 258. F/VF, porous. (250)

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Gela. Before 405 BC. Litra. (0.47 gms.). Bridled horse standing right, wreath above. Forepart of man-headed bull right, ΓΕΛΑ above. SNG Cop 272-274. Nice VF. Scarce. (200)

H i m e r a . Circa 482-472 BC. Drachm. (8.13 gms.). Cock standing left. Crab from above. BMC 78, 24. Near VF, porous, rare. (350)

20. Kephaloidion. Siculo Punic issue 409-396 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.95 right, winged Nike above. Bust around. SNR 50, Jenkins, plate patina.

for Rash Melkarth. Circa gms.). Quadriga of horses of Tanit right, dolphins 18, 44. VF with a hoard (450)


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Panormos. Siculo Punic issue for SYS. Circa 360-340 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.44 gms.). Slow quadriga left. ArtemisArethusa left with dolphins around, corn grain below. SNR 50, Jenkins, plate 11, 43. VF, but with dark areas of corrosion. (250)

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Selinus. Circa 466-415 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.46 gms.). Apollo left in quadriga, shooting with a bow, driven by Artemis. River-god Silenus standing left holding branch and patera, pouring libation over altar; a cock stands below on left, a bull to the right, a celery leaf in. right field. SNG Cop 599. Toned VF. Rare. (2500)

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Syracuse. Circa 500 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.80 gms.). Slow quadriga left, winged Nike above flying right. ArtemisArethusa right, hair falling straight in very formal style, diademed and wearing a necklace. Boehringer 35. Good VF, porous. Very Rare. Nice style. An inexpensive example of what could well be a high five figure coin in top condition. (800)

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Syracuse. Circa 450-439 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.63 gms.). Slow biga right. Bust of Artemis right with hair tightly rolled, four dolphins around. Boehringer 675. aVF/good VF. Nice style on reverse, typical obverse for issue. (900)

Leontini. Circa 466-422 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.55 gms.). Laureate bust of Apollo right. Lion's head right, four barley corns around, tripod in lower left field. SNG Cop 352. Fine, scarce symbol. (350)

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Messana. Circa 461-396 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.27 gms.). Biga of mules right, winged Nike above. Hare bounding right, dolphin below, cf. SNG ANS 357. VF, porous. (500)

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Morgantina. Circa 420-400 BC. Litra. (1.01 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena three-quarter face to right. Nike seated left on rock, holding wreath. BMC 4, SNG Cop 471. Near XF, holded in right field. Exceptional style and execution. (100)

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Motya. Circa 405-397 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.71 gms.). Eagle standing right with closed wings, punie legend above. Crab with open claws. BMC 243, 1. VF, slightly porous. Very Rare and seldom offered for sale. (1750)

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S y r a c u s e . Circa 405-380 BC. AV 100 Litrae ( = 2 Dekadrachms). (5.79 gms.). Head of Artemis-Arethusa left wearing sphendone ornamented with stars. Herakles strangling the Nemean lion. cf. BMC 170, 168. Good VF, ( 7500) from rusty dies. Rare.

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Syracuse. Siculo Punic Issue "MMHNT". Ciica Tetradrachm. (16.70 gms.). Bust of Tanit left, hair in corn, dolphins around. Horse's head left. Jenkins 192. VF+/VF.

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Syracuse. Siculo Punic. Sicilian mint. Circa 213-211 BC. l/8th Shekel. (1.64 gms.). Male head right, wreathed in corn ears. Horse prancing right, punie inscription below. SNG Cop 379. VF+, a little porous. (100)

Syracuse. Hieron Π . 274-216 BC. 16 Litrae. (13.04 gms.). Diademed and veiled head of Philistis left. Nike in quadriga right, crescent in field above. SNG Cop 826. VF/XF, field problems on obverse. (450)

MACEDON 36. Acanthus. Circa 510-480 BC. neck of lioness as seen Quadripartite incuse square. pellet above lioness. Nice VF,

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320 BC. wreathed SNR 56, (500)

Diobol. (0.76 gms.). Head and from above, pellet above. Apparently unpublished with rare. (200)

Syracuse. Hieron II. 274-216 BC. 16 Litrae. (12.93 gms.). Diademed and veiled head of Philistis left, behind vase. Nike in quadriga right, in high action. BMC 213, 544. Toned VF, fields a little rough. (300)

Syracuse. Hieron II. 274-216 BC. Octobol. (5.17 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena left. Winged Pegasus flying right. SNG Cop 820. VF, cleaned. Scarce. (300)

Syracuse. Fifth Republic. 215-212 BC. 8 Litrae. (6.49 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena left. Winged thunderbolt. BMC 223, 655. Toned VF. (300) 10

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A c a n t h u s . Circa 470-390 BC. Tetrobol. (2.32 gms.). Forepart of kneeling bull left, head reverted. Quadripartite shallow incuse square. SNG ANS-32, BMC-29. VF. (200)

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A e g a e . Circa 500-480 BC. Diobol. (1.04 gms.). Goat kneeling right, head reverted. Quadripartite incuse square. SNG Cop.-31/32, Rosen-90/91. Nice VF. (150)

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A e g a e . Circa 500 BC. Trihemiobol. (0.78 gms.). Goat kneeling right. Quadripartite incuse square. SNG Cop.-25, SNG Ashmol.-2230. VF+. (150)


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Aegae. Circa 510-480 BC. Obol. (0.38 gms.). Forepart of goat right. Quadripartite incuse square. SNG Cop.-, Ashmol.ANS-, Rosen-, Raymond-. Nice VF, rare denomination. (250)

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Amphipolis. Circa 410-357 BC. Obol. (0.43 gms.). Youthful male head right. Fish within linear frame. SNG ANS-83, (150) Cop.-41. Toned VF, scarce.

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Amphipolis. Circa 158-149 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.88 gms.). Macedonian shield supporting the head of Artemis right. Club in oak wreath, thunderbolt in left field. SNG Cop 1310. NiceXF. (675)

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Eion. Circa 500 BC. Diobol. (1.26 gms.). Goose standing right, head reverted. Quadripartite incuse punch. SNG Cop.173, cf. ANS-271/272. VF. (125)

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Mende. Circa 520-480 BC. Trihemitartemorion. (0.20 gms.). Head and neck of ass right. Quadripartite incuse square. SNG ANS-312, Cop.-202. VF+/VF. (200)

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Terone. Circa 490-480 BC. Tetradrachm. (15.40 gms.). Neck amphora with double handles on either side, border of dots. Quadripartite incuse. BMC 106, 1. Crude F/VF. This issue is overstruck apparently on a tetradrachm of Acanthus similar to BMC 31, 3. Very Rare. (1000)

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Tragilus. Circa 450-400 BC. Hemiobol. (0.30 gms.). Wheat ear. TP AI in comers of quadripartite incuse square. SNG ANS903, Cop.-446. Good VF. (125)

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Uncertain Mint. Circa 500-480 BC. Hemiobol. (0.26 gms.). Spear-head. Quadripartite incuse square. SNG ANS-1000, Cop.-464. VF. (150)

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Eion. Circa 5th Century BC. Trihemiobol. (0.98 gms.). Goose standing right, head reverted; above lizard; below, H. Quadripartite incuse square. SNG ANS-288, Cop.-178. VF. (150)

Uncertain Mint. Circa 500-480 BC. Tetartemorion. (0.13 gms.). Wheel with four spokes. Incuse punch. Possibly unpublished? VF, rare. (150)

MACEDON, Kings of. 51. Alexander ΠΙ. 336-323 BC. AV Stater. (8.92 gms.). Head of Athena right, helmet adorned with serpent. Winged Nike standing left with wreath. Müller 1296. VF. (750)

723. Lete. Circa 480 BC. Stater. (9.61 gms.). Naked ithyphallic satyr advancing right on nymph. Incuse. Svoronos plate 8, 2. Nice VF. Rare. (1600) 11


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Alexander III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.09 gms.). Amphipolis mint. Alexander as Herakles right. Zeus enthroned left holding eagle, prow in field. SNG Cop 658. Toned aXF/VF. (400) According to SNG Cop this is the first issue attributed to Amphipolis and was struck between 336-334 BC.

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Alexander III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.23 gms.). Amphipolis mint. Alexander as Herakles right. Zeus enthroned left holding eagle and sceptre, cornucopiae in field. Müller 369. SNG Cop 681. Toned XF. (450)

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Alexander III. 336-323 BC. Drachm. (4.28 gms.). Head of Herakles right wearing lion's skin. Zeus enthroned left; to left, bee. Müller-525, SNG Cop.-962. Nice XF, wellcentered. (300)

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Philip ΙΠ. 323-316 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.20 gms.). Babylon mint. Head of Herakles right wearing lion's skin. Zeus enthroned left. Müller-99, SNG Cop.-1074. Toned XF, attractive. (450)

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Philip m . 323-316 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.72 gms.). Babylon mint. Alexander as Herakles right in lion's skin. Zeus enthroned left holding eagle. SNG Cop 1074. VF. ( 200)

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Philip V. 221-179 BC. Tetradrachm. (15.01 gms.). Macedonian shield with head of the hero Perseus left, harpa behind neck. Club in wreath, cf. Boston plate 38, 717. VF, cleaned. Rare. (450)

Alexander III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.17 gms.). Tarsus mint. Head of Alexander as Herakles right in lion skin headdress. Zeus enthroned left holding eagle and sceptre, in field rudder. SNG Cop 777. Superb XF. (650)

Alexander III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.10 gms.). Alexander as Herakles right. Zeus enthroned left holding eagle and sceptre, small statue of Athena in field. Müller 650. Good VF. (375)


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PAEONIA, Kings of. 60. Patraus. 335-315 BC. Tetradrachm. (12.61 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Warrior on horseback right, spearing fallen soldier; in field, amphora. SNG ANS 1032. Nice VF. (250)

THRACE, Kings of. 61. L y s i m a c h u s . 323-281 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.99 gms.). Deified head of Alexander the Great right, wearing horn of Ammon. Athena seated left, holding Nike. SNG Cop -, (350) Müller 396. VF, nice style.

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Thasos. After 149 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.61 gms.). Head of Dionysus right, wreathed in ivy. Herakles with club and lion's skin. SNG Cop 149. VF. (150)

ILLYRIA 65. Epidamnos-Dyrrhachium. Circa 350-300 BC. Stater. (8.38 gms.). Winged Pegasus flying right, bridle flying loose, Δ below. Helmeted head of Athena right, dolphin above, club and Δ to left. BMC 101, 10 variety. Toned near XF, rare. (300)

ILLYRIA, Kings of. 66. Monunius. Circa 300 BC. Stater. (10.61 gms.). Cow right, suckling calf; above jaw bone of Calydonian boar. Double floral pattern, Β Α α Λ Ε Ω ΰ MONOYNIOY above and below. BMC 80, 2v. VF, toned, scarce and seldom offered. (450)

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L y s i m a c h u s . 323-281 BC. Tetradrachm. (13.87 gms.). Diademed head of Alexander with horn of Ammon. Athena enthroned left, holding Nike. SNG Cop 1107. Fine. (125)

THRACE, Islands off: 63. Thasos. Circa 550-463 BC. Stater. (7.93 gms.). Satyr right, ravaging nymph. Incuse. SNG Cop 1010. VF, scarce and popular type. (450)

THESSALY 67. Larissa. Circa 450-400 BC. Drachm. (5.92 gms.). Youth right restraining unruly bull, petasus flying backwards. Horse prancing right. BMC 16 . VF. (300)

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Larissa. Circa 450-400 BC. Drachm. (5.61gms.). Youth left restraining unruly bull, petasus flying backwards. Horse prancing right. BMC 35. VF. (300)


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Larissa. Circa 450-400 BC. Drachm. (6.04 gms.). Youth left restraining unruly bull, petasus flying backwards. Horse prancing right. BMC 37. VF. (300)

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Larissa. Circa 400-390 BC. Drachm. (6.01 gms.). Head of Nymph Larissa left, hair bound up. Horse prancing right. BMC 48. Near XF for issue, rev. a little off-center. (450)

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ACARNANIA 75. Argos Amphilochicum. Circa 350-270 BC. Stater. (8.40 gms.). Winged Pegasus flying left, A below. Helmeted head of Athena left, ΑΡΓΕΙ above, crested helmet behind. BMC 123, 4. Good VF. Rare. (300)

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Leucas. Circa 400-300 BC. Stater. ( 8.33 gms.). Winged Pegasus flying left, A below. Helmeted head of Athena left, A behind. BMC 126, 11. Toned aVF. (75)

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Leucas. Circa 400-300 BC. Stater. (8.35 gms.). Winged Pegasus flying right. Helmeted head of Athena left, caduceus behind. BMC 129, 56. Toned VF. (125)

Larissa. Circa 390-321 BC. Drachm. (5.99 gms.). Head of the nymph Larissa three-quarter face to left. Horse grazing right. SNG Cop 122. Toned good VF. Nice style. (650)

Larissa. Circa 390-321 BC. Drachm. (6.12 gms.). Head of the nymph Larissa three-quarter face to left. Horse feeding right. BMC 75v. Nice VF. (175) EUBOEA 78. Histiaea. Circa 2nd Century BC. Tetrobol. (2.08 gms.). Head of Maenad right wearing vine-wreath. Nymph Histiaea seated on stern of vessel right, lower part of vessel adorned with tripod; below, trident. SNG Cop.-535. Toned VF+. (225)

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Pharcadon. Circa 480-400 BC. Hemidrachm. (2.77 gms.). Youth restraining forepart of unruly bull. Forepart of horse, cf. BMC 1. VF/F. Scarce. (125)

15. Tricca. Circa 480-400 BC. Hemidrachm. (3.04 gms.). Youth restraining forepart of unruly bull. Forepart of horse right. BMC 3 var. Good VF, nice for issue. (300)

ATTICA 79. A t h e n s . Before 393 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.76 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing right in incuse. SNG Cop 33. Toned VF, nice style. (650)


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Athens. After 393 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.87 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing right. SNG Cop 63. VF. (225)

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Athens. 167-166 BC. New Style Tetradrachm. (15.57 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing right on amphora, Asklepios in left field. Thompson 348k. VF/VF+. (250)

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Athens. 147-146 BC. New Style Tetradrachm. (16.20 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing right on amphora; in field, bunch of grapes. Thompson pages 232236 unlisted for this combination. VF. (350)

Athens. 143-142 BC. New Style Tetradrachm. (16.60 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing facing on amphora; to left, Artemis; all within wreath. Thompson 706b. Good VF. (400)

Athens. After 393 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.67 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing right. SNG Cop 63. aVF. (150)

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Athens. After 439 BC. Drachm. (3.93 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing right, olive branch behind. Svoronos plate 16, 26. Choice VF+/VF. (500)

83.

Athens. Circa 479-393 BC. Triobol. (2.07 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing facing with closed wings. SNG Cop 45. Near VF. Scarce. (125)

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Athens. Emergency Issue of 406 BC. Fourrée Tetradrachm. (15.87 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing right. Svoronos pi. 15, #12-18. (See CNA ΙΠ, Lot 142 for background information on this interesting issue mentioned in "The Frogs" by Aristophanes). Good VF for type. (500)

AEGINA 88. Circa 525-500 BC. Stater. (12.19 gms.). Smooth shelled turtle. Quadripartite incuse, each section a deep triangle. SNG Delepierre 1603-1606. Good Fine. (200)

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After 400 BC. Stater. (10.37 gms.). Tortoise. Skew incuse with thin bands. BMC 165. Good VF, crystalized, over cleaned but very attractive and eye appealing. (500)

CORINTfflA 90. Corinth. Circa 510-480 BC. Stater. (8.63 gms.). Pegasus flying right with curled wing. Helmeted head of Athena right in incuse. SNG Cop 15. Toned good VF. (1000)

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Corinth. Circa 386-307 BC. Stater. ( 8.36 gms.). Winged Pegasus flying left. Helmeted head of Athena left, A before, A behind. Ravel 1050b (?). VF+/VF. (150)

PELOPONNESOS 95. ELIS, Olympia. Circa 421-385 BC. Stater. (10.93 gms.). Head of Hera right, wearing stephanos. Thunderbolt in olive wreath. SNG Cop 381. Fine, scarce. (450)

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ELIS, Olympia. Circa 271-191 BC. Hemidrachm. (1.52 gms.). Laureate bust of Zeus right. Thunderbolt in olive wreath. BMC 125. Fine, cleaned. ( 75)

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ACHAIA, Achaean League. Elis. Circa 196-146 BC. Hemidrachm. (2.07 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus Amarios right. Achaean monogram, thunderbolt below, all in wreath. SNG Cop 298. Toned good VF, nice style. (150)

Corinth. Circa 415-387 BC. Stater. ( 7.68 gms.). Winged Pegasus grazing right, with head down. Helmeted head of Athena left, bull's head behind. Ravel 496. Obv. off-center. Near VF, rare type. (100)

Corinth. Circa 386-307 BC. Stater. (7.96 gms.). Winged Pegasus flying left. Helmeted head of Athena left, ornamented wreath behind. Ravel 1009. VF. (100)

Corinth. Circa 386-307 BC. Stater. ( 8.13 gms.). Winged Pegasus flying left. Helmeted head of Athena left, Thessalian helmet behind. Ravel 1040. VF. (100)

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KOLCHIS 98. Before 470 BC. Hemidrachm. (2.23 gms.). Head of archaic style right. Bull's head right. SNG Cop 98. VF+/VF. Scarce. (200)

PAPHLAGONIA 99. Sinope. Circa 400-370 BC. Drachm. (6.05 gms.). Head of Sinope left, no ear-ring. Sea eagle left on dolphin. SNG Cop 274v. VF. (275)


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MYSIA 100. C y z i c u s . Circa 550-475 BC. EL. Stater. (15.92 gms.). Winged monster with human body and griffin head running left, head right, holding tunny fish by tail. Quadripartite incuse square of mill sail pattern. Rosen-497 (this coin), Von Fritze 127. Near VF, rare. (3500)

101. C y z i c u s . Circa 550-475 BC. EL. Stater. (16.03 gms.). Forepart of winged boar left; below, tunny fish left. Quadripartite incuse square of mill sail pattern. Weber-5015 (this coin), Rosen-443. Near VF, rare. (2000)

102. Cyzicus. Circa 480-450 BC. Obol. (0.72 gms.). Forepart of running boar left; behind, tunny fish. Lion's head left, reversed Κ above; all within incuse square. SNG Cop.-51, BMC-121. Toned VF, lightly porous. (75) Ex: Coin Galleries Nov. 14, 1984, lot 137; Edward Gans.

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105. Parium. Circa 350-300 BC. Hemidrachm. (2.41 gms.). Bull standing left, head reverted; above, patera. Gorgoneion. SNG Cop.-261, BMC-30. Lovely toned XF, perfectly centered for this normally off-center issue. (350)

105a Pergamum, Kings of. Attalos I. 241-197 BC. Tetradrachm. (14.02 gms.). Diademed head of Philetairos right. Athena enthroned left, ivy leaf in left field, bow in right. SNG Von Aulock 1357. VF, a little porous and over cleaned. (250)

105b Pergamum, Kings of. Attalos I. 241-197 BC. Tetradrachm. (15.15 gms.). Same as previous lot. VF, a little porous and over cleaned. (250)

103. Lampsacus. Circa 390-330 BC. Trihemiobol. (1.33 gms.). Janiform female with helmet wearing taenia and ear-ring. Helmeted head of Athena right. BMC 38. Nice VF. (140)

104. P a r i u m . Circa 5th Century BC. Drachm. (2.94 gms.). Gorgoneion facing. Incuse square. SNG Cop 256. VF, nicely centered for issue. (75)

106 Pergamum. Circa 133-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm. (12.15 gms.). Cista mystica with half-open lid, all within ivy-wreath. Two coiled serpents with heads erect; between, bow-case. SNG Cop.-432. Toned good VF. (250)


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107. P e r g a m u m . Circa 133-67 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm. (12.46 gms.). Cista mystica with half-open lid, all within ivy-wreath. Two coiled serpents with heads erect; between, bow-case adorned with aplustre. SNG Cop.-425. Toned VF, (175) obverse weakly struck.

TROAS 108. Antandros. Circa 400 BC. Diobol. (1.07 gms.). Head of Artemis Astyrene right. Goat standing right, bunch of grapes above. BMC 33, 2. Near VF, cleaned. Rare. (100)

109. Kebren. Circa 5th Century BC. Triobol. (1.85 gms.). Ram's head right. In shallow incuse, Gorgon's head. SNG Von Aulock (Supplement) 7619 variety ( Ram's head left). VF. Rare. (300)

IONIA 113. Miletos. Circa 650-600 BC. EL. Stater. (14.06 gms.). Lion lying left, head right, all within rectangular striated border. Incuse rectangle between two small incuse squares; animal lying left in rectangle, cross-like design in left square, stag's head in right square. Weidauer-126, Boston MFA 1882, Rosen-577var.(stag's head). aVF/VF, double struck on obverse, rare. (3500)

IONIA, Islands off: 114. IKAROS, Oinoe. Circa 300 BC. Drachm. ( 2.57 gms.). Bust of Artemis three-quarter face to right. Bull butting right. SNG Von Aulock 8023. Sear GC Π, 4620 (£750). Near VF, cleaned. Very rare. (300)

:1 CARIA 115. Kaunos. After 167 BC. Hemidrachm. (0.97 gms.). Head of Athena right. Sword in sheath, cornucopiae in field. BMC 75, 15. VF, once cleaned. (50)

110. Kebren. Circa 5th Century BC. Diobol. (1.05 gms.). Ram's head right, KB A below. Incuse. SNG Von Aulock 1544. Near XF on a short flan. (200)

116. Halikarnassos. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. Drachm. (4.24 gms.). Head of Helios facing. Helmeted head of Athena right, MH above. BMC-46var. Toned VF, flan crack, rare. (200) 111. Kebren. Circa 5th Century BC. Obol. (0.61 gms.). Ram's head right. Incuse. SNG Von Aulock -, BMC 42, 5. VF+. Rare. (200)

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117. Stratonikeia. After 166 BC. Hemidrachm. (1.26 gms.). 112. K e b r e n . Circa 5th Century BC. Hemiobol. (0.35 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right. Eagle right with spread wings in Ram's head right. Incuse. SNG Von Aulock -; BMC 42, 6. incuse, cf. SNG Von Aulock 8568. VF. (50) VF. Rare. (125) 802


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CARI AN SATRAPS 118. Hidrieus. 351-344 BC. Didrachm. (6.53 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo three-quarter face to right. Zeus standing right holding labrys and spear, cf. BMC 183, 2. Toned VF. (700)

CARIA, Islands off: 119. Rhodes. Circa 304-189 BC. Didrachm. (6.32 gms.). Radiate head of Helios three-quarter face to right. Rose with bud, Artemis running left in field. SNG Cop 763. VF/VF+, toned. Obverse off-center. (125)

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PAMPHYLIA 123. A s p e n d u s . Circa 370-333 BC. Stater. (9.29 gms.). Two wrestlers, AI between legs. Slinger, triskeles in field. Babelon Traité 1574. VF, once cleaned. ( 200)

CILICIA 124. Kelenderis. Circa 400-350 BC. Stater. (10.28 gms.). Nude rider, holding whip, riding sideways on horse to left. Goat right, looking left, ivy leaf below. SNG Levante plate 2, 21. Good VF on a short flan. (250)

120. Rhodian Peraia. Circa 3rd-2nd Century BC. Drachm. (2.10 gms.). Head of Helios facing, eagle before left cheek. Rose with bud. BMC 249, 210. Sear GC Π, 5090. VF. Scarce. (75) 125. Kelenderis. Circa 400-350 BC. Stater. (10.36 gms.). Nude rider, holding whip, riding sideways on horse to left. Goat right, looking left. cf. SNG Levante plate 2, 21. VF on a short flan. (250)

PHRYGIA 121. Laodikeia. After 189 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm. (12.51 gms.). Cista mystica containing serpent, ivy wreath around. Bow in case between two coiled serpents, ANT monogram above, caduceus to right. SNG Von Aulock 8406. Nice VF. (200)

122. Laodikeia. After 189 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm. (12.52 gms.). Cista mystica containing serpent, ivy wreath around. Bow in case between two coiled serpents, caduceus to right. BMC 280, 12. VF. (150)

126. Kelenderis. Circa 400-350 BC. Stater. (9.39 gms.). Nude rider, holding whip, riding sideways on horse to right. Goat right, looking left, (ΚΕ)ΛΕ above, ΝΔ to right. In exergue KITYRE. SNG Levante-, BMC -, SNG Von Aulock-. Possibly unpublished. Near VF, cleaned. (200)

127. Kelenderis. Circa 400-350 BC. Obol. (0.59 gms.). Horse prancing right. Goat left, looking right. SNG Levante 29. VF. (50)


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128. Nagidos. Circa 360-333 BC. Stater. (9.14 gms.). Aphrodite seated left, being crowned by winged Eros. Dionysos standing left holding bunch of grapes, cf. SNG Levante plate 1, 14. F/VF, cleaned. (150)

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132. Seleucus II. 246-222 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.14 gms.). Antioch mint. Diademed head right. Apollo standing left aside of tripod, KE monogram in field. Newell WSM 996. Nice VF, reverse a little double struck. (350)

CYPRUS 129. Uncertain Mint. Possibly Golgos. Circa 5th Century BC. Stater. (9.77 gms.). Lion crouching right. Bull standing left, border of dots. SNG Cop 65. Fine, cleaned. Rare. (400) 133. Seleucus II. 246-226 BC. Tetradrachm. (15.67 gms.). Diademed bust right. Apollo standing left leaning on tripod, cf. SG II 6896. VF/F, cleaned. (75)

SYRIA, Seleucid Kings of. 130. Antiochus I. 280-261 BC. Tetradrachm. (14.31 gms.). Diademed head of Antiochus I right. Apollo seated left on omphalos. Newell ESM page 71, 189. Toned VF, fields a little rough. (300)

131. Antiochus II. 261-246 BC. Sardes mint. Diademed bust omphalos. Newell WSM combination. (The monograms 1414).VF, rare. Once cleaned.

Tetradrachm. right. Apollo - unlisted are known for

(15.32 gms. ) seated left on for mongram a bronze unit ( 450)

134. Antiochus Hierax. 246-227 BC. Tetradrachm. (14.58 gms.). Alexandria Troas. Youthful diademed bust, wing over ear. Apollo seated left on omphalos, horse grazing left in field below. Newell WSM 1581. Near VF, once cleaned, now retoned. Rare. (400)

135. Seleucus III. 226-223 BC. Tetradrachm. (15.02 gms.). Antioch mint. Diademed head right. Apollo seated left on ompholos. Newell WSM 1029. F/VF. Scarce. (150)


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136. Antiochus VII. 138-129 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.31 gms.). Antioch. Diademed bust right. Athena standing left holding Nike. Newell SMA 283. VF, a little porous. (150)

137. Antiochus VIII. 121-96 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.00 gms.). Fourth Reign. Antioch. His diademed head right. Zeus enthroned left, holding Nike in right hand. Houghton-346. Nice XF. (350)

138. Antiochus VIII. 121-96 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.58 gms.). Mint of Ake-Ptolemais in Palestine. Diademed bust right. Zeus standing left, crescent above head, holding star and spear. Houghton 812. Toned aXF. (500)

PHOENICIA 139. A r a d o s . Late 5th Century BC. 1/3 Stater. (2.72 gms.). Merman right, holding dolphin in each hand. Galley right with a hippocamp below. BMC 7, Seaby 5698 (£200). Near VF, porous. Scarce. (200)

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JUDAEA 140. Bar Kochba Revolt. Year 3(134/135 C.E.) Tetradrachm. (14.17 gms.). Facade of the Temple in Jerusalem with ark and scrolls. Lulav with etrog at left, around "for the freedom of Jeruslaem". Hendin 162. AJC Π, 272, 51. Mild. 54. Nice VF, slight metal flaw on reverse. Scarce and popular. (1800)

141. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 AD. Denarius. (3.39 gms.). Bunch of grapes on a small branch, "Shimon" around. Upright palm branch, "for the freedom of Jerusalem" around. Hendin 169. Meshorer 206. AJC Π, 274, 64. XF with underlying devices visible. (500) Appears to have been overstruck on a denarius of Vespasian.

142. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 AD. Denarius. (2.98 gms.). Bunch of grapes on a small branch, "Shimon" around. Threestringed elongated lyre, "for the freedom of Jeruslaem" around. Hendin 172. Meshorer 209. AJC Π, 273, 57b. XF a few weak areas from overstriking. (500)

PARTHIA, Kings of. 143. Mithradates II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (3.49 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bearded bust left. Archer seated right on omphalos. Sellwood 24.9. XF. (200)


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144. Mithridates II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (4.21 gms.). Rhagae mint. Long-bearded bust left. Archer seated right with bow. Sellwood 27.1. Toned XF. (150)

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150. Gotarzes I. Circa 95-90 BC. Drachm. (4.01 gms.). Rhagae mint. Bust left wearing tiara decorated with stags. Archer seated right. Sellwood 33.4. Toned VF+. (100)

P e r 145. Mithradates II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (3.97 gms.). Rhagae mint. Long-bearded bust left. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 27.1. VF+. (125)

151. Orodes I. Circa 90-80 BC. Drachm. (4.13 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left wearing tiara with six pointed star. Archer seated right. Sellwood 31.5. Toned aXF. (125)

146. Mithradates II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (4.05 gms.). Rhagae mint. Long-bearded bust left, wearing tiara i. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 28.1. Nice XF. (200)

152. Orodes I. Circa 90-80 BC. Drachm. (3.87 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left in tiara. Archer seated right. Sellwood 31.5. Toned good VF. (95)

147. Mithradates II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (4.16 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Long-bearded bust left wearing tiara iii. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 28.3. Nicely toned choice XF. (250)

153. Orodes I. Circa 90-80 BC. Drachm. (4.11 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bearded bust left, wearing tiara. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 31.5. VF+. (125)

148. Mithridates II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (4.19 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left wearing tiara iv. Archer seated right. Sellwood 28.4. Toned good VF. (100)

149. Mithridates II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (4.17 gms.). Rhagae mint. Bust left wearing tiara vi. Archer seated right. Sellwood 28.6. Toned aXF. Scarce variety. (100)

154. Unknown King. Circa 80-70 BC. Drachm. (3.99 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Diademed bust left. Archer seated right. Sellwood 30.14. Toned nice VF. (65)

155. Unknown King. Circa 80-70 BC. Drachm. (4.04 gms.). Rhagae mint. Short-bearded bust left. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 30.16. XF/VF+. (!25)


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156. Darius. Circa 70 BC. Drachm. (4.15 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Short-bearded bust facing. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 35.2. Beautifully toned choice XF specimen of this rare king. (1250)

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162. Vologases IV. Dated 185/6 AD. Tetradrachm. (13.20 gms.). Diademed bust left, Β behind. King seated left, receiving diadem from Tyche. Sellwood 84.107. Nice VF. (135)

157. Phraates ΠΙ. Circa 70-57 BC. Drachm. (4.09 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bearded bust left. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 38.2. Choice XF. (150)

158. Mithradates III. Circa 57-54 BC. Drachm. (4.15 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Short-bearded bust left. Archer enthroned right; behind his head, B. Sellwood 40.2var. (without Τ above throne back). Choice XF. (250)

163. Vologases IV. Dated 186/7 AD. Tetradrachm. (12.16 gms.). Diademed bust left, Β behind. King seated left, receiving diadem from Tyche. Sellwood 84.110. Nice VF. (135)

159. Artabanus II. Circa 10-38 AD. Drachm. (3.71 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left, hair bound with a triple band. Archer seated right. Sellwood 63.6. Toned aVF. (45)

164. Vologases VI. Circa 208-228 AD. Drachm. (3.73 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left with a pointed beard, wearing tiara with neckflap. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 88.18. Nice XF. (100)

160. Vonones II. Circa 51 AD. Drachm. (3.88 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Facing bust wearing tiara, star to either side. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 67.1. Toned good VF. (125)

SASANIA, Kings of. 165. Shapur I. 241-272 AD. Drachm. (4.29 gms). Crowned bust right, globe above. Fire-altar and two attendants. Sellwood 12. Toned XF. (300)

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166. Khusro II. 590-628 AD. Drachm. (4.13 gms.). Bust right wearing winged crown. Fire-altar and two attendants. Sellwood 65. Superb XF. Nice style and strike for this normally crude issue. (50)

ELYMAIS, Kings of. 167. Kamnaskires VI (?). Circa 100 AD. Double Octobol. (Debased silver). (15.99 gms.). Bearded bust left, hair bound with double band, anchor behind. Diademed bust left, legend around. De Morgan plate Π, 1-4. Choice XF, exceptional metal quality. More reverse detail than you normally encounter. (145)

BACTRIA, Indo-Greek Kingdom. 168. M e n a n d e r . Circa 160-145 BC. Drachm. (2.46 gms.). His draped bust right wearing crested helmet. Athena advancing left with shield and thunderbolt. Mitchiner 218 for type, SG7601. Nice XF. (100)

169. Antialkidas. Circa 145-135 BC. Drachm. (2.42 gms.). Bust right on king wearing Kausia. Zeus enthroned left holding spear and Nike; to left, forepart of elephant. Mitchiner 279d. Toned XF. Scarce. (250)

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EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings of. 170. Ptolemy I. 305-283 BC. Tetradrachm. (14.17 gms.). Diademed bust of Ptolemy right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. SNG Cop 70. Toned VF, light grafitti in fields. (100)

171. Ptolemy I. 305-283 BC. Tetradrachm. (13.38 gms.). Diademed head of Ptolemy I right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. SNG Cop.-70/71. VF/F, rev. corrosion spots. (100)

172. Ptolemy I. 305-283 BC. Tetradrachm. ( 13.66 gms.). Diademed bust of Ptolemy right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. SNG Cop 72. VF, ladder-like counterstamp in right field. (100)

173. Ptolemy IV Philopator. 221-204 BC. Drachm. (3.13gms.). Bust right, hair wreathed in ivy, personified as Dionysos. Eagle standing left with spread wings. Svoronos pi XLI, 13. BMC 16. Choice VF. Very rare and seldom offered for sale. (500)


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174. Ptolemy IX and Cleopatra ΠΙ. 116-107 BC. Dated Year 6(112/111 BC). Tetradrachm. (13.25 gms.). Diademed bust right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. SNG Cop.-351, Svoronos-1667. Good VF. (125)

ZEUGITANIA 175. Carthage. Circa 350-320 BC. AV Stater. (9.71 gms.). Head of Tanit left, hair wreathed in com. Horse standing right on line, :. before. Jenkins-Lewis m , 45. XF. (2750)

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178. Belikion. After 155 BC. JE As. (9.00 gms.). Bearded male head right. Warrior right on horseback with spear. Burgos 166, Calico 133. Choice XF, nice hard green patina. (250)

179. Belikion. After 155 BC. JE Semis. (5.87 gms.). Male head right. Winged Pegasus prancing right. Burgos 168, Calico 149. Superb XF with a nice green patina. (250)

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180. Bilbilis. After 155 BC. JE Semis. (8.78 gms.). Youthful male head right, dolphin before. Horse rearing on hind legs right, bridle flowing behind, crescent above. Burgos 180, Calico 146. Near XF with a dark green patina. (150)

SPAIN 176. Arekoratas. After 155 BC. JE As. (11.22 gms.). Youthful male head right, two dolphins in field. Warrior on horseback right with spear. Burgos 85, Calico 63. Near XF, nice dark green patina. (125)

177. Asido. After 100 BC. JE 24mm. (8.73 gms.). Bull standing right, star above. Dolphin swimming right. Burgos 114. Near XF. Beautiful green-red patina. (150)

181. Ebusus. Circa 214-150 BC. JE Quarter Chalkos. (4.32 gms.). Squatting Kabeiros facing, holding hammer and serpent. Bull walking left. Burgos 708. Near XF. Scarce. (200) Ebusus was a Phoenician colony in the Balearic Islands dating from the late 8th century BC.

182. Kelse. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. AΕ 29mm. (15.67 gms.). Male head right, dolphins around. Soldier on horseback with palm branch right. SNG Cop 307. Fine. (50)


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183. Kelse. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. JE 24mm. (9.03 gms.). Male head right, square box behind head. Horseman right on horse, palm branch on shoulder. SNG Cop -, Burgos 1802. Near XF with nice brown surfaces. (125)

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Segaisa. After 155 BC. JE Semis. (7.48 gms.). Youthful male bust right. Prancing horse right, bridle flowing behind. Burgos 1689. Nice VF, with nice green patina. (200)

184. Malaca. Circa 1st Century BC. JE Quadrans. (3.12 gms.). Helmeted bust of Hephaistos right, tongs behind. Tetrastyle temple. Burgos -, Calico -, Vives 86, 2. XF with a green patina. (125) 189. Ventipo. Circa 1st Century BC. JE 30mm. (21.04 gms.). Helmeted male head right. Helmeted soldier standing left with shield and spear. Burgos 1996, Calico 1264. Good VF, nice even dark patina. Rare. (350)

185. Malaca. Circa 1st Century BC. JE Quadrans. (4.46 gms.). Helmeted bust of Hephaistos right, tongs before. Tetrastyle temple. Burgos 1361, Calico 970. XF with a green patina. (125) GAUL 190. Nemausus. Circa 1st Century BC. JE 16mm. (2.18 gms.). Helmeted male head right. Female figure standing left holding patera, torch (?) below. SNG Cop 693. Nice VF, light brown surfaces. (125) 186. Saguntum. Circa 133-120 BC. JE Quadrans. (4.01 gms.). Cockleshell. Dolphin swimming right. Burgos 1628, Calico 86. Nice VF. Scarce. (120)

187. Segaisa. After 155 BC. JE Semis. (7.74 gms.). Youthful male bust right with a dolphin behind. Prancing horse right, bridle flowing behind. Burgos 1686. XF with a beautiful emerald green patina. Excellent style and execution. (500)

APULIA 191. Luceria. Before 217 BC. JE Quincunx. (14.80 gms.). Struck Series. Helmeted head of Athena right; above, five pellets. Wheel of eight spokes. SNG Cop.-659. Nice VF+, attractive brown patina with touches of green and red. (400)


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SICILY 192. Agrigentum. Circa 5th Century BC. JE TĂŠtras. (15.93 gms.). Tooth shaped. On oval flat bottom ::, on pyramid shaped sides, an eagle left and a crab. Thurlow-Vecchi 302. Near VF with a very heavy patina. (75)

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198. Himera as Thermae. Circa 405-350 BC. JE 16mm. (2.16 gms.). Head of Herakles right wearing lion's skin. Head of Hera right wearing stephanos. SNG ANS-190. Good VF, reverse off-center, typical oval flan, dark green patina. (125)

199. Syracuse. Circa 465-425 BC. JE 11mm. (1.60 gms.). Head of Artemis-Arethusa right, hair bound up loose behind. Cuttlefish. Gabrici 12v. Nice VF with a green patina. (50) 193. Agrigentum. Phintias Tyrant. 287-279 BC. JE 20mm. (5.81 gms.). Head of Persephone left, crowned with barley. Boar running left. SNG Cop.-101/103. Good VF, dark green patina. (100) 200. S y r a c u s e . Before 357 BC. JE 14mm. (3.76 gms.). Head of Artemis-Arethusa left. Four-spoked wheel, a dolphin in lower quarters. SNG Cop.-696. Choice VF, nice dark green patina. (100) 194. Agrigentum. Circa 279-241 BC. JE 17mm. (4.79 gms.). Laureate bust of Apollo right. Two eagles left on hare. SNG Cop 115. Nice VF with a red-brown patina. (100)

201. Syracuse. Time of Timoleon. 345-336 BC. JE Trias. (7.59 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena left. Hippocamp left. SNG Cop 722. Near XF with a nice even green patina. (150) 195. G e l a . Circa 420-405 BC. JE Trias. (4.10 gms.). Bull standing left. Wheel with barley grains in spokes. Calciati 1. VF. Rare and seldom offered. (100)

196. G e l a . Circa 420-405 BC. JE Trias. (3.45 gms.). Bull standing left, head lowered. Diademed head of young rivergod Gelas right, with hom. Jenkins 504. Near XF, with a nice green patina. (100)

197. G e l a . Circa 420-405 BC. JE Trias. (3.35 gms.). Bull standing right, olive branch above. Diademed head of young river-god Gelas right, with hom. Jenkins 523. Near XF, with a nice green patina. Excellent style. (150)

Syracuse. Time of Timoleon. 345-336 BC. JE Hemilitra. (16.99 gms.). Laureate bust of Zeus right. Thunderbolt, barley corn in field. SNG Cop 729. Good VF, nice red green patina. ^ ^ (200)

203. Syracuse. Agathocles. 317-289 BC. JE 23mm. (9.43 gms.). Bust of Artemis right. Winged thunderbolt. SNG Cop.-779. Good VF, light brown patina with touches of red, slight obverse double strike. (75)


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210. A m p h i p o l i s . Circa 410-357 BC. JE 11mm. (1.48 gms.). Youthful male head right. Race torch. SNG ANS-88/90, Cop.-47/49. VF, dark green-black patina. (65) 204. Syracuse. Hieron H. 275-215 BC. JE 29mm. (15.98 gms.). Diademed head of Hieron left. Horseman prancing right holding spear. SNG Cop 833. Choice XF with nice even brown surfaces. (400)

211. Orthagoreia. Circa 350 BC. JE 14mm. (2.19 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Macedonian helmet surmounted by a star. SNG ANS-566. Good VF, attractive dark green patina, scarce. (125)

205. Syracuse. Fifth Republic. 215-212 BC. JE 12mm. (2.62 gms.). Head of Poseidon left. Ornamental trident, dolphins to either side. Calciati Π, 208. VF, green patina. Rare. (75)

212. Pella. Circa 187-31 BC. JE 20mm. (7.93 gms.). Head of Zeus right. Bull standing right, cf. Weber-2271, SNG ANS-584. Near VF, dark brown patina. (50)

206. T a u r o m e n i u m . Circa 275-210 BC. JE 23mm. (17.27 gms.). Bearded head of Herakles right. Bull butting right. SNG Cop.-934. VF, dark green-brown patina. (125)

213. Pella. Circa 187-31 BC. JE 15mm. (3.53 gms.). Head of Apollo right. Tripod. SNG ANS-590/594. Good VF, dark green-black patina, slightly off-center. (50)

207. Syracuse. Siculo Punic. Circa 4th Century BC. JE 15mm. (4.42 gms.). Date palm. Pegasus. SNG Cop 1018. Near VF with a heavy green patina. (50)

214. Pella. Circa 187-31 BC. JE 15mm. (3.94 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Cow grazing right, cf. SNG ANS-601. Near VF, green-brown patina. (50)

208. Syracuse. Siculo Punic. Circa 4th Century BC. JE 15mm. (3.78 gms.). Female head left, cockle-shell behind. Horse walking left . SNG Cop 1026. Near VF. Nice green patina. (50)

MACEDON 209. A c a n t h u s . Circa 400-358 BC. JE 14mm. (3.42 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena left. AKAN between four spokes of wheel. BMC-44, SNG ANS 53/55var. (head right). VF, dark green-black patina. (75)

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215 Pella. Circa 187-31 BC. JE 18mm. (6.18 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Cow grazing right. SNG ANS-615 for type. F+, lightly porous, green-brown patina. (40)


CLASSICAL

216. Philippoi. Circa 357-330 BC. JE 17mm. (5.70 gms.). Head of Herakles right in lion's skin. Ornamental tripod, club to left. cf. SNG Cop 299. Near VF, jet black patina. (65)

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222. Maroneia. After 146 BC. JE 26mm. (14.79 gms.). Head of young Dionysos right. Dionysos standing left with two spears. SNG Cop 643v. Near XF with a nice green patina. (150)

217. Tragilus. Circa 450-400 BC. JE 10mm. (0.75 gms.). Head of Hermes right. TP AI in corners of quadripartite incuse square. SNG ANS-905/906. Good VF, dark green-black patina.(75)

THRACE, Islands off: 223. Samothrace. After circa 280 BC. JE 18mm. (6.07 gms.). Helmeted bust of Athena right. Cybele enthroned left. SNG Cop.-998. Near XF, choice green patina, scarce. (125) 218. Tragilus. Circa 400 BC. JE 15mm. (3.31 gms.). Head of Hermes right. Rose. SNG ANS-910. Fine, corrosion, greenbrown patina, scarce. (50)

219. Tragilus. Circa 400 BC. JE 14mm. (4.01 gms.). Head of Hermes right. Rose, crescent to right. SNG ANS-911. VF, dark green-black patina, scarce. (75)

220. Uranopolis. Circa 300 BC. JE 16mm. (3.25 gms.). Eightrayed star. Aphrodite Urania seated on globe left, holding sceptre. SNG ANS-914/917. VF/F, dark green-black patina. (65)

EPIROS, Kings of. 224. Pyrrhus. 295-272 BC. JE 19mm. (5.51 gms.). Minted at Syracuse. Head of Persephone right, hair wreathed in corn, forepart of Pegasus behind. Pallas Athena left, holding spear and shield, thunderbolt in field, C in field to right. BMC 112, 17 variety. Choice VF+ with a nice brown patina. (200)

PELOPONNESOS 225. Ithaca. Circa 4th Century BC. JE 15mm. (3.45 gms.). Head of Odysseos right in conical pilos. Cock standing right. Weber 4110. Good VF. Rare and seldom offered for sale. (500)

PONTUS THRACE 226. Amisus. Circa Time of Mithradates Eupator, 120-63 BC. JE 221. Istrus. Before 400 BC. JE (Cast) 10mm. (1.03 gms.). Four20mm. (7.38 gms.). Female bust (Amazon?) wearing wolfs head skin. Nike advancing right. SNG Cop.-165. VF/F+, spoked wheel.IΣΤ. Apparently unpublished. VF, natural green reddish-brown patina, rare. (100) patina, very rare. (100) 802


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227. NO LOT. 228. NO LOT.

234. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. Year 2(133/134 CE). JE 24mm. (12.26 gms.). Seven-branched palm tree with two date-bunches. Vine leaf within inscription. Hendin-160; AJC II, p.270, 43a. Good VF, attractive light brown patina with some verdigris, better than normal for this issue. (300) TROAS 229. Kebren. Circa 5th Century BC. JE 10mm. (1.06 gms.). Ram's head right, Κ before the nose. Head of Apollo right. SNG Von Aulock 1550. VF. Rare. (50)

PISIDIA 230. Selge. Circa 2nd-lst Centuries BC. JE 12mm. (2.42 gms.). Circular shield, on which ΠΟ monogram. Helmeted head of Athena right, cf. BMC-55/56. VF, dark green-black patina. (50)

235. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. Attributed to Year 3(134/135 CE). JE 26mm. (8.61 gms.). Seven-branched palm tree with two date-bunches. Vine leaf within inscription. Hendin-173; AJC II, p.278, 74. Good VF, attractive natural green patina with touches of red. (350)

JUDAEA 231. Alexander Jannaeus. 103-76 BCE. JE Prutah. (2.44 gms.). Anchor. Star of eight rays surrounded by diadem. Hendin-10, Mesh.-8. VF/VF+, natural yellow-green patina. (75)

236. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. Attributed to Year 3(134/135 CE). JE 20mm. (6.64 gms.). Three-string elongated lyre. Upright palm-branch within wreath. Hendin174; AJC II, p.276, 77. Good VF, brown patina. (250)

232. First Revolt. 66-70 CE. Year 2(67 CE). JE 18mm. (3.07 gms.). Amphora. Vine leaf on small branch. Hendin-123; AJC Π, p.260, 12. VF+, attractive green-brown patina, wellcentered. (150)

237. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. Attributed to Year 3(134/135 CE). JE 19mm. (5.31 gms.). Seven-branched palm tree with two date-bunches. Grape-bunch. Hendin-176; AJC Π, p.276, 80. Good VF, brown patina. (250)

233. First Revolt. 66-70 CE. Year 4(69 CE). JE 20mm. (5.27 gms.). Lulav; to either side, etrog. Chalice with pearled rim. Hendin-131; AJC Π, p.262, 30. VF+, brown patina. (300)

238. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 CE. Attributed to Year 3(134/135 CE). JE 19mm. (4.75 gms.). Seven-branched palm tree with two date-bunches. Grape-bunch. Hendin-177; AJC Π, p.276, 81. Good VF, brown patina. (250)


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PARTHIA, Kings of. 239. Mithradates I. Circa 171-138 BC. JE Tetrachalkon. (5.43 gms.). Diademed bearded bust right, no symbol behind head. Bow in case. Sellwood - unpublished. (See Sell. 12.11 for reverse, 12.12 for obverse.) Nice Fine, rare. (100) 242. Ptolemy IV. 221-205 BC. JE 42mm. (73.44 gms.). Diademed bust of Zeus-Ammon right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, comucopiae in field. SNG Cop 199. Good VF.

EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings of. 240. Ptolemy ΠΙ. 246-221 BC. JE 42mm. (73.69 gms.). Diademed bust of Zeus-Ammon right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt.. SNG Cop 172. Nice VF. (225)

241. Ptolemy IV Philopator. 221-205 BC. JE 42mm. (71.62 gms.). Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt; in front, comucopiae. SNG Cop.-199, Svor.-1125. Good VF, attractive chocolate brown patina, nice surfaces. (300)

243. Ptolemy IV. 221-205 BC. JE 42mm. (68.61 gms.). Diademed bust of Zeus-Ammon right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, comucopiae in field. SNG Cop 205. Near XF, nice style. (250)

244. Ptolemy IV. 221-205 BC. JE 42mm. (72.09 gms.). Diademed bust of Zeus-Ammon right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, comucopiae in field. SNG Cop 208v. Near XF, nice style. (250)


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249. Corduba - Colonia Patricia. Augustus. 27BC-14AD. JE Quadrans. (2.40 gms.). PER CAE AVG, bare head left. COLO PATR, priestly implements. Burgos 1566. Near XF, black patina. (75)

245. Ptolemy IV. 221-205 BC. JE 38mm. (44.36 gms.). Diademed bust of Zeus-Ammon right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, looking right, cornucopiae on shoulder. SNG Cop 224. Good VF. (175)

GREEK IMPERIAL

250. Turiaso. Tiberius. 14-37 AD. JE As. (12.28 gms.). TI CAESAR AVGVST F IMPERAT, laureate bust right. C CAEC SER M VAL QVAD MVNTVR Π VIR , bull standing right. Burgos 1947, Calico 1228. Choice XF, nice patina. (350)

SPAIN 246. Colonia Caesar Augusta. Agrippa. Commemorative Issue struck under Caligula. 37-41 AD. JE As. (12.66 gms.). M AGRIPPA LF COS ΙΠ, laureate bust left. SCIPIONE ET MONTANO II VIR, priest with two oxen right, CCA above. Burgos 287, Calico 1097. VF. Rare. (300)

247. Colonia Emerita Augusta. Augustus. 27 BC-14AD. JE Semis. (6.57 gms.). PERM CAES AVG, laureate bust right. C Α Ε P, legionary eage between standards, LEG XX between. Burgos 794, Calico 575. Nice VF, brown surfaces. (100)

248. Colonia Victrix Julia Nova Carthago. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE Semis. (5.48 gms.). AVGVSTVS DIVI F, laureate bust right. C VAR RVF SEX IVL POL II VIR Q, priestly implements. Burgos 454, Calico 347. Good VF, nice even surfaces. (100)

BITHYMA 251. Tios. Antinoiis, Favourite of Hadrian. JE 37mm. (39.05 gms.). Draped bust left, head inclined slightly downward, Α Ν Τ Ι Ν Ο Ω Ι HPWCI around. Antinoüs seated right with a spear, riding on a panther; in exergue, TIANOI. Waddington 34. Nice VF/aVF, green brown patina. Very Rare, excellent style. (4500)

LYDIA 252. Thyateira. Imperial Times. Circa 2nd-3rd Century AD. JE 20mm. (4.88 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. SNG Von Au lock 3206. VF. (75)


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PHRYGIA 253. Cadi. Quasi-Autonomous During Time of Gordian ΠΙ. JE 31mm. (12.74 gms.). Youthful head of Demos (the People) right. Hygieia and Asclepius standing front, heads facing, cf. SNG Von Aulock 3683 (same obverse die), reverse legend same but this rev. type of Hygieia and Asclepius is apparently unpublished. VF, light brown patina with touches of green verdigris. (150)

PISIDIA 254. Antioch. Anonymous. Circa lst-2nd Century AD. JE 14mm. (1.71 gms.). Draped bust of Hermes right, caduceus on shoulder. Lighted altar. SNG Cop 19. Choice XF, dark green patina. Scarce this nice.

CAPPADOCIA 255. Caesarea. Commodus. 177-192 AD. Didrachm. (4.14 gms.). Laureate and bearded bust right. Mt. Argaeus with trees, surmounted by statue. Sydenham 369. XF. (150)

SYRIA, Seleucis and Pieria. 256. Antioch. Nero. 54-68 AD. JE 30mm. (14.87 gms.). Laureate head right. Large S C within wreath. SNG Cop.-158, BMC177/178. Good VF, attractive dark green patina with yellowgreen highlights. (250)

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257. A n t i o c h . V e s p a s i a n . 69-79 AD. Dated 70/71 AD. Tetradrachm. (14.77 gms.). Laureate head right. Eagle standing left on club, holding wreath in beak. SNG Cop.167, Wruck-76. Good VF. (250)

258. Antioch. Elegabalus. 218-222 AD. JE Tetradrachm. (14.83 gms.). Laureate and draped bust right. Eagle standing facing with spread wings, star between legs. cf. SGI-3096 for type. VF with a black patina. (125) Unusual die shift gives this coin the appearance of jugate busts.

259. Antioch. Herennius Etruscus. 251 AD. Billon Tetradrachm. (12.90 gms.). Draped bust right. Eagle, with spread wings, left. BMC 610. Choice VF+, nice silver quality for issue. (200)

260. Laodiceia ad Mare. Septimius Severus. 193-211 AD. Tetradrachm. (12.25 gms.). Laureate head right. Eagle standing facing, head left, wreath in beak; between legs, star. SNG Cop. 360, BMC-349. Good VF, large flan. (250)


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EGYPT, Alexandria. 261. Claudius. Year 1(41 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (12.96 gms.). Laureate head right. Messalina standing half-left, resting left elbow on column, holding figures of two children in her right hand. Köln-61, Datt.-119, Curtis-12. VF, rare year.

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265. Trajan. 98-117 AD. Uncertain Year. JE Dichalkon. (0.83 gms.). Anepigraphic, laureate head right. Hem-Hem crown, cf. Köln-643/644 for type (Yr. 17). aVF, green-brown patina. (25)

(100)

266. Antoninus Pius. Year 6(142/143 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (13.46 gms.). Laureate bust right. Phoenix standing right. Köln 1424. Choice VF. (125) This reverse type commemorates the Sothic Cycle which coincided with the early part of Antoninus Pius' reign. 262. Nero. Year 13(66/67 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (11.86 gms.). Radiate bust of Nero left. Galley under full sail right. Köln 184. Choice VF. (250) One of the finest examples of this issue we have come across.

263. Vespasian. Year 1(69 AD). JE Diobol. (9.42 gms.). Laureate head right. Bust of Isis right. Koln-270, Datt.-380, BMC261. VF, some porosity, brown patina. (50)

802 264. Trajan. Year 14(110/111 AD). JE Drachm. (21.47 gms.). Laureate bust right, aegis on left shoulder. Emperor in quadriga of elephants right. Köln-551, Milne-622, BMC510. VF/aVF, brown patina, green corrosion spots on reverse, better type. (100)

267. Antoninus Pius. Year 9(145/146 AD). JE Drachm. (27.01 gms.). Laureate bust right. Athena seated left on cuirass holding Nike. Köln 1523. VF with nice even brown surfaces. (150)

268. Antoninus Pius. Year 10(146/147 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (11.60 gms.). Laureate head right. Bust of Serapis right. Köln-, Milne-1898, Curtis-660, Datt.-2348. Nice VF/VF+, green patina. (125) Ex: Wetterstrom Collection (CNA V, lot 187).


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273. Julia Maesa. Year 2(218/219 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (12.57 gms.). Draped bust right. Bust of Selene right facing crescent moon. Köln-2354. Nice VF, attractive green-brown patina. (200) Ex: Wetterstrom Collection (CNA V, lot 195). 269. Antoninus Pius. Year 10(146/147 AD). JE Drachm. (27.24 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Isis Pharia sailing right. Köln-1551, Datt.-2667. Good Fine, dark brown patina. (50)

274. Severus Alexander. Year 4(223/224 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (13.10 gms.). Laureate bust right. Athena enthroned left, holding Nike. Köln 2420, Curtis 1053. VF, fully silvered and rare as such. (125) 270. Marcus Aurelius. As Caesar. Year 15 (151/152 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (12.83 gms.). Bare head right. Dikaiosyne standing half-left holding cornucopiae and scales. Köln -, Milne 2133. VF, small spot of green on obverse field. (75)

275. Julia Mamaea. Year 11(231/232 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (12.35 gms.). Draped bust right. Bust of Sarapis right. Köln 2526, Milne 3078. Nice VF. Scarce. (150)

271. C o m m o d u s . Year 27(186/187 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (11.56 gms.). Laureate bust right. Head of Zeus-Ammon right. Köln 2225, Milne 2668. Near VF/VF on a huge flan. (65)

272. C o m m o d u s . 177-192 AD. Uncertain Year. Billon Tetradrachm. (9.56 gms.). Laureate head right. Draped bust of Helios right, cf. Köln-2247 for type (Yr. 30). VF, small flan, green-brown patina. (35)

276. Julia Mamaea. Year 13(233/234 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (12.92 gms.). Draped bust right. Sarapis enthroned left. Köln 2540, BMC 1750. Choice VF, fully silvered and rare as such. (200)

277. Maximinus I. Year 3(236/237 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (12.14 gms.). Laureate bust right. Nilus reclining left, holding cornucopiae. Köln 2573, Milne 3254, Dattari 4589. Choice VF+, some silver content visible. (125)


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278. M a x i m u s . As Caesar. Year 3(236/237 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (12.22 gms.). Draped and cuirassed bust right. Bust of Zeus-Ammon right. Köln -, Milne 3246. Nice VF, scarce. (175)

279. Gordian ΠΙ. Year 6(242/243 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (12.62 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Eagle standing left, head right, wreath in beak. Köln-2664, BMC1911, Milne-3458, C.-1259/1260. VF, green-brown patina. (50)

280. Aemilian. Year 2(253 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (9.83 gms.). Laureate bust right. Eagle standing left, looking right, wreath in beak. Köln 2848, Milne 3862. VF, fully silvered and rare as such, rare emperor. (350)

281. Gallienus. Year 13(265/266 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (10.62 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Eirene standing half-left. Köln-2929, Datt.-5236, BMC-2177, Curtis X-1597. Good VF, nice green-brown patina. (45)

282. Gallienus. Year 15(267/268 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (9.30 gms.). Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Eagle standing right, head left, wreath in beak. Köln-2943, Milne-4175, Curtis-1592/1593. Good VF, nice green-brown patina. (50)

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283. Salonina. Wife of Gallienus. Year 14(266/267 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (8.08 gms.). Diademed bust right. Bust of Isis right, palm branch before. K0111 2980. Near XF. (125)

ROMAN REPUBLICAN

284. Anonymous. Circa 225-212 BC. Didrachm or Quadrigatus. (6.14 gms.). Laureate head of Janus. Jupiter in quadriga, driven right by Victory. ROMA incuse on tablet below. RSC 23. Toned VF. (400)

285. Anonymous. SemiLibral. 217-215 BC. JE Sextans. (24.51 gms.). Head of Mercury right, wearing petasus, .. above. Prow right. Crawford 38/5. Fine. Scarce. (75)

286. Anonymous. SemiLibral. 217-215 BC. JE Uncia. (14.38 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma left. Prow right. Crawford 38/6. Near VF. (75)

287 Anonymous. SemiLibral. 217-215 BC. JE Semiuncia. (6.01 gms.). Bust of Mercury right, wearing winged petasus. Prow right. Crawford 38/7. Choice VF+/aVF. Nice style. (90)


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292. C o r n - E a r . 214-212 BC. JE Uncia. (6.44 gms.). Mint of Sicily. Head of Roma right in Attic helmet. Prow. Crawford42/4. Near VF. (75) 288. Anonymous. SemiLibral. 217-215 BC. JE Sextans. (24.37 gms.). She-wolf suckling twins. Eagle standing right, holding flower in beak. Craw. -39/3, Syd.-95. VF/F, porous, brown patina, scarce. (200)

289. Second Punic War. 216-215 BC. EL. Three-eighths Shekel. (2.86gms.). Issued by Hannibal at Capua in southern Italy, Janiform head of Tanit-Persephone wreathed in grain-ears. Jupiter in quadriga right, driven by Nike. Jenkins-Lewis RNSS.P. 2, 487-93. Good VF. Rare and of important historical interest. (2000) After the battle of Cannae in 216 BC where Hannibal struck a major blow to Rome, Capua defected, transferring her allegiance to Hannibal. This piece is somewhat immitative of the Republican quadrigatus series, though the janiform head definitely supports female attributes. For a similar specimen see NFA XXII, 3 which sold for $5500.

293. A n o n y m o u s . After 211 BC. JE As. (29.81 gms.). Head of Janus. Prow. Crawford 56/2. VF/F. (90)

294. Anonymous. After 211 BC. JE Semis. (17.14 gms.). Laureate bust of Jupiter right. Prow. Crawford 56/3. Good Fine. (80)

290. Corn-Ear. 214-212 BC. JE Quadrans. (11.87 gms.). Mint of Sicily. Head of Hercules right wearing a boar-skin, ... behind. Bull charging right, above corn ear and ..., below a serpent and ROMA. Crawford 42/2. Good VF with a nice deep green patina. Scarce and seldom encountered in as nice of a condition. (300)

295. A n o n y m o u s . After 211 BC. JE Sextans. (11.34 gms.). Helmeted head of Minerva right. Prow. Crawford 56/4. VF/F, nice green patina. (90)

291. C o r n - E a r . 214-212 BC. JE Uncia. (7.55 gms.). Mint of Sicily. Head of Roma right in Attic helmet. Prow. Crawford42/4. Choice VF. (125)

296. Corn-Ear & KA. 211-208 BC. JE Sextans. (5.52 gms.). Head of Mercury right. Prow, com-ear above. Crawford 69/6a. Near VF. (50)


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297. Corn-Ear & KA. 211-208 BC. JE Sextans. Sextans, (5.93 gms.). Head of Mercury right. Prow, corn-ear above. Crawford 69/6a. Near VF. (60)

303. TVRD. 169-158 BC. JE As. (19.29 gms.). Janus head. Prow right. Crawford 193/1. Crude VF. (75) 298. Anonymous. 211-208 BC. Victoriatus. (2.84 gms.). Laureate bust of Jupiter right. Victory placing wreath on trophy, VB monogram between. Crawford 95/lb, Sydenham 113, RSC 36m. Fine, scrape in obv. fid. Scarce. (60)

304. Q. Marcius Libo. 148 BC. Denarius. (3.76 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. The Dioscuri right. Marcia 1, Syd.-396, Craw.-215/1. Toned VF. (125) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 108). 299. Anonymous. 207 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Dioscuri right on horseback, crescent above. Crawford 57/2, Sydenham 219, RSC 20i. Toned VF, scratch in obv. field. (75)

300. Anonymous. 207 BC. Denarius. (4.30 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, triple pendant ear-ring. Dioscuri right on horseback, comucopiae below. Crawford 58/2, Sydenham 216, RSC 20h. Choice VF. (100)

301. Anonymous. 206-200 BC. Denarius. (3.45 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, staff before head. Dioscuri right on horseback, feather below. Crawford 130/1, Sydenham 206, RSC 20ee. Toned VF. Scarce. (120)

302. Wolf & Twins. 169-158 BC. JE As. (23.24 gms.). Head of Janus. Prow, wolf and twins above. Crawford 183/1. Near VF. Rare. (150)

305. C. Valerius C.f. Flaccus. 140 BC. Denarius. (3.35 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Valeria 7, Syd.-440, Craw.-228/2. Toned VF. (125) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 127).

306. C. Terentius Lucanus. 135-126 BC. JE As. (21.37 gms.). Head of Janus. Prow right. Sydenham 426. Fine. (50)

307. M. Marcius Μη. f. 134 BC. Denarius. (3.68 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, modius behind. Victory in biga right, two wheat ears below. Crawford 245/1, Sydenham 500, Marcia 8. VF, a little rough. (50)


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308. M. Fabrini. 132 BC. JE Quadrans. (5.35 gms.). Hercules right in lion's skin. Prow right. Crawford 251/3. Nice VF, dark green patina. (125)

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314. C. Porcius Cato. 123 BC. Denarius. (3.92 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Porcia 1, Syd.417, Craw.-274/1. Toned VF. (125) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 117).

309. M. Vargu. 130 BC. JE Quadrans. (4.20 gms.). Hercules right in lion's skin. Prow right. Crawford 257/4. Nice VF, green patina. Scarce. (125)

315. C. Porcius Cato. 123 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Same as previous. Toned VF. (75)

310. Q. Philipus. 129 BC. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Macedonian horseman right, Macedonian helmet in field. Crawford 259/1, Sydenham 477, Marcia 11. Toned nice VF. (75)

316. L. Pomponius Cn.f. 118 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Serrate. Helmeted head of Roma right. Bituitus in biga right. Pomponia 7, Syd.-522, Craw.-282/4. Toned VF. (125) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 159).

311. Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus. 128 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Head of Roma right, wheat ear behind. Victory in a biga right, man attacking lion below horses. Crawford 261/1, Sydenham 514, Domitia 14. Choice VF, nicely centered. (150)

317. Marcus Calidius, Q. Metellus, and Cn. Fulvius. 117-116 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Calidia lvar., Syd.-539a (rarity 3), Craw.284/1 b. Toned good VF. (150) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 172).

312. Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus. 128 BC. JE Quadrans. (4.14 gms.). Head of Hercules right. Prow. Crawford 261/4. Near VF, porous. (75)

318. M. Aemilius Lepidus. 114-113 BC. Denarius. (3.90 gms.). Brockage. Laureate and diademed bust of Roma right. Incuse of the obverse. Crawford 291/1, Sydenham 554, Aemila 7. Toned good VF. (150)

313. M. Caecilius Q.f. Q.n. Metellus. 127 BC. Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Helmeted bust of Roma right. Elephant's head on a Macedonian shield. Crawford 263/1 a. Sydenham 480. Caecilia 29. Choice VF. (175)

319. Appius Claudius Pulcher, T. Manlius Mandnus & Q. Urbinius. 111-110 BC. Denarius. (3.79 gms.). Head of Roma right. Victory in triga right. Crawford 299/1 a, Sydenham 570, Claudia 2. Toned VF. (65)


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320 L. Memmius. 109-108 BC. Denarius Brockage. (3.93 gms). Male head right wearing oak-wreath. Incuse of the obverse, cf. Crawford 304/1, Sydenham 558, Memmia 1.Choice VF+. (175)

321. Q. Lutatius Cerco. 109-108 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Brockage. Helmeted head of young Mars right. Incuse of obverse. Lutatia 2, Syd.-559, Craw.-305/1. Toned VF, scarce as a brockage. (150) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 189).

322. L. Memmius Galeria. 106 BC. Denarius. (3.79 gms.). Laureate head of Saturn left, Τ below chin. Venus in biga right, Cupid flying left above. Crawford 313/lb, Sydenham 574, Memmia 2. Toned VF, scratch in obv. fid. (65)

323. Lucius Appuleius Saturninus. 104 BC. Denarius. (3.93 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma left. Saturn in quadriga right. Appuleia 1, Syd.-578a, Craw.-317/3b. VF+. (100) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 213).

324. Q. Thermus M.f. 103 BC. Denarius. (3.99 gms.). Helmeted bust of Mars left. Two warriors fighting, fallen comrade between. Crawford 319/1, Sydenham 592, Minucia 19. Nice VF. (175)

326. P. Servilius M.f. Rullus. 100 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Helmeted bust of Minerva left. Victory in biga right. Servilia 14, Syd.-601, Craw.-328/l. Good VF. (125)

327. T. Cloulius. 98 BC. Fourrée Quinarius. (1.47 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right. Victory crowning trophy placed behind Gaulish captive. Cloulia 2b, Syd.-586b, Craw.-332/lc. VF, plating flaking off. (125) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 223).

328. C. Egnatuleius C.f. 97 BC. Quinarius. (1.86 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Victory standing left, erecting trophy. Egnatuleia 1, Syd.-588, Craw.-333/1. Lovely toned near XF. (175)

329. D. Silanus L.f. 91 BC. Denarius. (3.98 gms.). Head of Roma right, C behind. Winged Victory in a biga right. Crawford 337/3, Sydenham 646, Junia 15. Near XF. (150)

330. A n o n y m o u s . 91 BC. JE Quadrans. (2.70 gms.). Head of Hercules. Prow. Crawford 339/la. VF, porous. (75)

325 C. Fundanius. 101 BC. Quinarius. (1.99 gms.). Laureate head 331 L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi. 90 BC. Denarius. (3.44 gms.). of Jupiter right. Victory crowning trophy placed behind Laureate head of Apollo right; below chin, corn-ear. captive. Fundania 2, Syd.-584, Craw.-326/2. Toned VF. Horseman galloping right, holding palm; above, trident. Calpurnia 11, Syd.-663a. Toned VF. (100) (125) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 221) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 280). 802


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332. L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi. 90 BC. Denarius. (3.67 gms.). Same types as previous. Toned VF. (100) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 289). 337. L. Titurius L.f. Sabinus. 88BC. JE As. (10.88 gms.). Janiform head. Prow right. Sydenham 701. VF+/F, exceptional emerald green patina. Reverse is heavily patinated. (125) 333. L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi. 90 BC. Denarius. (3.98 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Horseman galloping right, holding palm. Calpurnia 11, Syd.-664e. Toned VF, wellcentered. (100) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 283). 338. L. Julius Bursio. 85 BC. Denarius. (3.69 gms.). Laureate and winged bust of Apollo Vejovis right. Victory in quadriga right. Julia 5, Syd.-728, Craw.-352/la. Toned VF. (125) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 341). 334. Q.Titius. 90 BC. Denarius. (4.02 gms.). Head of Mutinus Titinus right. Pegasus right, springing from tablet. Crawford 341/1, Sydenham 691, Titia 1. Toned nice VF. (90)

339. L. Julius Bursio. 85 BC.. Denarius. (4.04 gms.). Same types as previous. Julia 5a, Syd.-728d, Craw.-352/lc. Toned XF. (125) Ex: Knobloch Collection (Stack's 1978, Lot 361). 335. Social Wars. The Marsic Confederation. 90-88 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Head of Italia left, laureate, wearing earring and necklace. Soldier in helmet and cloak standing right, holding reversed spear. Recumbent bull in field. Sydenham 627. Rarity 4. Toned near XF. Nice metal for issue. (1000) 340. Mn. Fonteius C.f. 85 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Laureate head of Vejovis right. Infant winged genius seated right on a goat, caps of the Dioscuri above, all within wreath. Crawford 353/lc, Sydenham 724, Fonteia 10. Nice VF. (175)

336. C. Vibius C.f. Pansa. 89-88 BC. JE As. (14.80 gms.). Head of Janus. Triple prow right. Sydenham 690b. Crude near VF. Scarce. (100)

341. Q. Antonius Balbus. 83-82 BC. Denarius. (3.59 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right, Î? below chin. Victory right in quadriga. Crawford 364/1 b, Sydenham 742, Antonia la. Toned VF. (75)


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342. Q. Antonius Balbus. 83-82 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Laureate bust of Zeus right. Victory with palm branch in quadriga right, letter V below. Crawford 364/ld, Sydenham 742b, Antonia 1. XF. (200)

343. L. Censorinus. 82 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Diademed and veiled bust of Venus right. Venus in biga right. Crawford 360/lb, Sydenham 736a, Marcia 27. Choice VF+, nice style. (225)

344. A. Postumius A.f. Sp.n. Albinus. 81 BC. Denarius. (4.05 gms.). Serrate. Draped bust of Diana right, bow and quiver, bucranium above. Togate figure standing before sacrificial ox. Postumia 7, Syd.-745, Craw.-372/1. Toned VF+, attractive. (250)

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348. C. Marius C.f. Capito. 81 BC. Denarius. (4.05 gms.). Draped bust of Ceres right, hair wreathed in com, grain sack before. Husbandman left, plowing with a yolk of oxen. Crawford 378/lc, Sydenham 744b, Maria 9. Near XF. (200)

349. L. Proscilius. Sospita right, holding shield serpent below. Choice VF+.

80 BC. Denarius. (3.90 gms.). Head of Juno wearing goat's skin. Juno Sospita right, and hurling spear from the back of a biga, Crawford 379/2, Sydenham 772, Procilia 2. (175)

350. Q. Poblicius Q.f. 80 BC. Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Draped bust of Roma right, two feathers in helmet. Hercules strangling the Nemean lion, club at his feet, bow and arrow case in left field. Crawford 380/1, Sydenham 768, Poblicia 9. Choice VF+. (200)

345. A. Postumius A.f. Sp. n. Albinus. 81 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Same types as previous. VF+, nice style. (225)

346. A. Postumius A.f. Sp. n. Albinus. 81 BC. Denarius. (3.76 gms.). Veiled head of Hispania right. Togate figure standing left between eagle and fasces. Crawford 372/2, Sydenham 746, Postumia 8. Near XF. (225)

347. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius, as Imperator. 81 BC. Denarius. (3.82 gms). Diademed head of Pietas right, stork before. Elephant walking left. Crawford 374/1, Sydenham 750, Caecilia 43. Choice VF+. (200)

351. M. Volteius M.f. 78 BC. Denarius. (3.98 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, chariot wheel behind.Cybele seated in chariot right, drawn by two lions. Crawford 385/4, Sydenham 777, Volteia 4. Choice VF+, very unusual symbol on obverse. (225) The allusion to Cybele on the reverse, ties this issue into the April celebration of the Ludi Megalenses.

352. Cn. Lentulus. 76-75 BC. Denarius. (3.96 gms.). Diademed, draped bust right of the Genius of the Roman people. Globe between rudder and sceptre. Cornelia 54, Syd.-752, Craw.393/la. XF/VF+. (250)


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353. L. Farsuleius Mensor. 75 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Diademed and draped bust of Liberty right, cap of Liberty behind. Roma in a biga right, assisting togate figure to mount in chariot, scorpion below horse's feet. Crawford392/la, Sydenham 789a, Farsuleia 1. Choice VF, nicely centered and struck for issue. Scarce. (225)

354. C. Postumius. 74 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms). Bust of Diana right, bow and quiver on shoulder. Hound running right, spear below. Crawford 394/1 a, Sydenham 785, Postumia 9. Near XF, nicely centered and struck. (200)

355. C. Postumius. 74 BC. Denarius. (3.92 gms). Same as previous. Near XF, nicely centered and struck. (200)

356. L. Cossutius C.f. Sabula. 74 BC. Denarius. (3.71 gms.). Head of Medusa left, winged and entwined with serpents. Bellerophon hurling spear, on Pegasus right. Crawford 395/1, Sydenham 790, Cossutia 1. VF. Rare. (225)

357. Mn. Aquillius Mn.f. Mn.n. Denarius. (3.67 gms.). Helmeted bust of Virtus right. The consul Man. Aquillius raising Sicily. Crawford 401/1, Sydenham 798, Aquillia 2. Toned VF. (75)

358. L. Aemilius Lepidus Paullus. 62BC. Denarius. (4.03 gms.). Veiled and diademed head of Concord right. L. Paullus with Perseus and his sons as captives. Crawford 415/1, Sydenham 926, Aemilia 10. Near XF. (175)

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359. L. Aemilius Lepidus Paullus. 62BC. Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Same as previous. Toned VF, small banker's mark in obv. fid. (75)

360. M. Aemilius Lepidus. 61 BC. Denarius. (3.82 gms.). Turreted head of Alexandria right, ALEX ANDREA below. M. Lepidus crowning the young Ptolemy V. Crawford 419/2, Sydenham 831 (R6), Aemilia 23. Toned good VF. Very Rare and seldom offered for sale in any condition. (1000)

361. M. Aemilius Scaurus and Pub. Plautius Hypsaeus. 58 BC. Denarius. (3.77 gms.). King Aretas kneeling beside a camel right. Jupiter in quadriga left, scorpion below horses. Aemilia 8, Syd.-913, Craw.-422/lb. Lightly toned VF+. (250)

362. C. Servllius C.f. 57BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Head of Flora right. Two warriors facing with swords and shields. Crawford 423/1, Sydenham 890, Servilia 15. XF, cleaned. (225)

363. Faustus Cornelius Sulla. 56 BC. Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Laureate and diademed head of Venus right. Three trophies between capis and lituus. Cornelia 63, Syd.-884, Craw.426/3. Iridescently toned good VF/VF+. (450)

364 Q. Cassius Longinus. 55 BC. Denarius. (3.78 gms.). Head of Liberty right. Curule chair within temple of Vesta between urn and voting tablet. Cassia 8, Syd.-918, Craw.-428/2. Pleasing VF. (125)


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ROMAN IMPERATORIAL 365. C. Coelius Caldus. 51 BC. Denarius. (3.71 gms.). C COEL CALD before bust of consul C. Coelius Caldus, boar's head below chin, standard behind. Figure seated on lofty lectisternium between two trophies. Craw. 437/2a, Syd. 894, Coelia 7. Toned near XF/VF+. Scarce. (400)

JULIUS CAESAR. Died 44 BC. 371. 49-48 BC. Denarius. (3.69 gms.) Elephant right trampling serpent. Priestly implements. RSC 49. Crawford 443/1. VF+, off-center. (90) 366. L. Hostilius Saserna. 48 BC. Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Head of Gallia right, Gaulish carnyx behind. Diana of Ephesus standing with stag. Crawford 448/3, Sydenham 953, Hostilia 4. Toned VF+, small bankers mark on obverse, scarce. (125)

372. 49-48 BC. Denarius. (3.73 gms.) Same as previous. VF, a little weak on the strike. (200)

367. L. Plautius Plancus. 47 BC. Denarius. (3.70 gms.). Mask of Medusa facing. Aurora flying right, conducting the four horses of the Sun. Plautia 14, Syd.-959b, Craw.-453/lc. Toned VF. (175) 373. 44 BC. jjenarius. (4‫צ‬.‫ כ‬gms.). Laureate bust right, star behind. Venus left holding winged Victory. RSC 41. Toned F+, a few areas of weakness. (650)

368. T. Carisius. 46 BC. Moneta right, one lock above cap of Vulcan, 464/2, Sydenham 982,

Denarius. (4.06 gms.). Head of Juno of hair falls down neck. Τ CARISIVS tongs, anvil and hammer. Crawford Carisia la. Toned VF. (200)

369. Petillius Capitolinus. 43 BC. Denarius. (3.74 gms.). Head of Jupiter right. Temple of six colums. Petillia 1, Syd.-1149, Craw.-487/1. Beautifully toned VF+, the initials EC lightly scratched on reverse. (300)

370. L. Mussidius Longus. 42 BC. Denarius. (3.58 gms.). Radiate bust of Sol facing. Platform with two statues of Venus Cloacina. Crawford 494/43a, Sydenham 1094, Mussidia 7. Fine, rare. (45)

374. 44 BC, shortly after his assassination. Denarius. (3.59 gms.). Laureate and veiled head right, lituus below chin, priest's bonnet behind. C. COSSVTIVS MARIDIANVS in form of cross, A A A FF in angles. RSC-8, BMC-4187, Syd.-1069, Craw.-480/19. Toned VF, flan chip not affecting design or legends. (750) Ex: Zander Klawans Collection.

CASSIUS. Died 42 BC. 375. Circa 42BC. Denarius. (3.79 gms.). C. CASSI IMP LEIBERTAS, diademed head of Liberty right. Jug and lituus. Crawford 500/3, RSC 4. Toned VF, surfaces a little rough. Scarce. (125)


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ROMAN IMPERIAL MARK ANTONY. Died 30 BC. 376. 32-31 BC. Denarius. (3.58 gms.). Legion VII. Galley. Eagle and two standards. Crawford 544/20, RSC 34. Toned VF. (100)

AUGUSTUS. 27 BC-14 AD. 381. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). Laureate bust right. Gaius and Lucius Caesars standing either side of shields. RSC 43a. Toned VF. (150) 377. Restored Issue by M. Aurelius & L. Verus. 161-169 AD. Denarius. (3.15 gms.). Legionary type of Antony. Praetorian galley left. Legionary eagle between two standards. RIC-443, BMC-501. F+, numerous old light scratches, rare. (175)

382. Denarius. (3.71 gms.). Same as previous. Toned VF. (100)

MARK ANTONY & LUCIUS ANTONY 378. 41 BC. Denarius. (3.66 gms.). Bare head of Mark Antony right. Bare head of Lucius Antony right. RSC-2, Syd.-1185, Craw.-517/5a. Near VF, few light scratches, rare. (1000)

383. Denarius. (3.51 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Emperor as pontifix, ploughing right. RIC-272, BMC-638, RSC-117. Lightly toned good VF. (350)

MARK ANTONY & OCT A VIAN 379. 40-39 BC. Denarius. (3.67 gms.). M ANTON IMP ΙΠ VIR RPC AVG, bare head of Antony right. CAESAR IMP PONT ΠΙ VIR RPC, bare head of Augustus right. Syd. 1194, Crawford 528/3, RSC 2. Toned nice VF. (750) 384. Denarius. (3.75 gms.). Bare head right. Hexastyle temple. RSC 179. Toned good VF. (375)

OCT AVIAN & JULIUS CAESAR 380. Circa 38BC. P£- Dupondius (?). (19.35 gms.). Bare head of Augustus right. Diademed bust of Julius Caesar right. Crawford 535/1. Near VF/F, rough surfaces especially on reverse. Scarce. (125)

385. Denarius. (3.50 gms.). His bare head right. Mercury seated right on rock, playing lyre. RIC-257, BMC-597, RSC-61. Toned VF, banker's mark behind head. (250)


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390. JE Quadrans. (3.01 gms.). Struck 9 BC by ΠΙ viri monetales. Lamia, Silivs, Annius. Cornucopiae. Altar. RIC 422. VF. (50)

386. JE Sestertius. (21.20 gms.). Posthumous Issue under Titus circa 80-81 AD. Augustus, radiate, seated left. Large S.C.; above, REST. RIC (Titus)-184, Cohen-548. Fine, light brown in color, lightly pitted, scarce. (150)

AUGUSTUS & AGRIPPA 391. 10-14 AD. JE As. (12.96 gms.). Nemausus mint. Laureate heads of Augustus and Agrippa facing outwards. Crocodile chained to a palm tree. RIC-160. Near VF, choice dark green-black patina. (250)

387. JE As. (10.95 gms.). Posthumous issue by Tiberius. Radiate head of Augustus left. Altar-enclosure with double panelled door. RIC-81, BMC-146. VF, attractive green-brown patina. (300)

DIVO AUGUSTUS 392. Struck under Trebonianus Gallus. 251-253 AD. Antoninianus. (2.94 gms.). Radiate bust of Augustus right. CONSECRATIO, large altar. RIC (Decius) 78. Good VF, flan crack. Scarce. ( 200) Recent research has reattributed this series to Trebonianus Gallus rather than Trajan Decius. 388. JE As. (11.11 gms.). Posthumous issue by Tiberius. Radiate head of Augustus left. Altar-enclosure with double panelled door. RIC-81, BMC-146. Good VF, dark brown patina with lighter highlights. (300)

389. JE As. (10.41 gms.). Laureate bust right, CAESAR PONT MAX. Altar at Lugdunum. RIC 230. Near VF, both sides offcenter. (50) 802

LIVIA. Wife of Augustus. Died 29 AD. 393. JE Dupondius. (14.06 gms.). Draped and diademed bust right of Justitia. Legend around SC. RIC-46, BMC-79. About VF, reddish-brown patina. (250)


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AGRIPPA. Died 12 BC. 394. JE As. (10.50 gms.). His head left, wearing rostral crown. Neptune standing half-left. RIC (Gaius) 58, BMC (Tiberius) 161. Nice VF+, attractive brown patina, lightly porous. (200)

TIBERIUS. 14-37 AD. 395. Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Laureate head of Tiberius right. Livia seated right. RSC 16a, BMC 48. Toned nice VF. (250)

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399. JE As. (11.43 gms.). Laureate head left. Rudder placed vertically across globe. RIC-64, BMC-135. VF, pleasing light brown patina. (175)

DRUSUS. Died 23 AD. 400. JE As. (11.33 gms.). Bare head left. PONTIF TRIBVN POTEST ITER around SC. RIC (Tiberius) 44. VF, with a dark green patina. (350)

396. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). L u g d u n u m . Laureate head right. Emperor standing in slow quadriga right. RIC-4 (r-2), BMC8, RSC-48. Toned VF, rare. (600)

397. JE As. (11.20 gms.). His head bare left. Legend around large S C. RIC-44, BMC-91. VF, dark green patina with touches of brown. (250)

NERO CLAUDIUS DRUSUS. Died 9 BC. 401. JE Sestertius. (16.75 gms.). Bare head left. Claudius seated left amidst arms. RIC-93, BMC-157. VF+/XF, medium brown patina, broken in approximately half (possibly in antiquity). (100) Nero Claudius Drusus was the father of the emperor Claudius.

398. JE As. (9.88 gms.). Laureate bust left. Rudder and globe, PONTIF MAX TRPOT XXXIX. (Year 36-7 AD). RIC 64. Choice VF+/aXF with nice green patina. (400)

GERMANICUS. Father of CaUguIa. Died 19 AD. 402. JE As. (11.34 gms.). His bare head left. Legend around S C. RIC (Gaius) 35, BMC-49. VF+, attractive reddish-brown patina. (400)


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403. JE As. (10.86 gms.). Bare head right. TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM PM TRP IMP PP around SC. RIC (Claudius) 106. Nice Fine, even dark brown surfaces. (200)

CALIGULA & GERMANICUS 404. Denarius. (3.51 gms.). Laureate bust of Caligula right. Bare head of Germanicus right. RIC 18, BMC 19. VF+, a little porous. Rare and popular. (2200)

CALIGULA. 37-41 AD. 405. Denarius. (3.58 gms.). Laureate bust of Caligula right. Draped bust of Agrippina right, hair in queue down neck. RIC 8, BMC 8. Fine. Scarce and popular. (1100)

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407. JE Sestertius. (25.84 gms.). Pietas, veiled, enthroned left holding patera. Hexastyle garlanded temple, before which Caligula sacrifices with patera over altar, two attendants. RIC 36. Fine with a few corrosion problems. Rare. (350)

408. JE As. (11.17 gms.). Bare head left of Gaius. Vesta enthroned left, holding patera and sceptre. RIC-38, BMC-46. Good VF, nice dark brown patina . (600)

409. JE As. (11.05 gms.). Bare head left. Vesta enthroned left with patera and sceptre. RIC 47, BMC 59. Nice fine with even brown patina. Scarce. (350)

CLAUDIUS. 41-54 AD. 410. Denarius. (3.59 gms.). Laureate bust right. Pax Nemesis walking right, serpent before. RSC 56, RIC 22. Nicely toned VF, slightly porous. (800)

406. JE Sestertius. (23.78 gms.). Laureate bust left. Three sisters of Caligula ‫ ־‬Agrippina, Drvsilla and Julia all standing. RIC 33. Fine, corroded surfaces. Rare and popular. (300)

411. Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Laureate bust right. Pax Nemesis standing right with caduceus, serpent before. RIC 52. Toned nice VF. (1000)


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4 1 2 .JE As. (12.42 gms.). Bare head left. Constantia in military dress, standing left, with long spear. RIC 95, BMC 140. VF with brown surfaces. (350)

N E R O . 54-68 AD, 417. AV Aureus. (6.97 gms.). Laureate bust left. Roma enthroned left holding Nike. RIC 54. Nice Fine. Rare. (900)

418. Denarius. (3.60 gms.). Youthful bust right. EQVESTER OR DO PRINCIPI IVVENT on shield. RIC (Claudius) 79, BMC 93. Toned nice VF. Rare. (850)

413. jE AS. (10.88 gms.). Bare head left. Minerva standing right with spear and shield. RIC 100, BMC 149. Fine, surfaces a bit rough. (125) 419. Denarius. (3.29 gms.). Laureate bust right. Jupiter seated left, holding thunderbolt and spear. RIC 64 (Rarity 3). VF, nicely centered. (400)

414. JE As. (9.63 gms.). Bare head left. Minerva standing right, holding javelin and shield. RIC-100, BMC-149. Good Fine, light brown patina. (60)

420. Denarius. (3.26 gms.). Laureate bust right. Jupiter seated left. RSC 119, BMC 74. Nice Fine. (250)

415. JE Quadrans. (3.09 gms.). Ή CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG around hand holding scales, PNR between. PON M TRP IMP COS DES ΓΓ around S C. RIC-85, Good VF, reddish-brown patina, light porosity. (100)

802 416. iE Quadrans. (3.43 gms.). Hand holding scale. Large SC. RIC 85. VF. (75)

421. JE Sestertius. (24.44 gms.). Laureate bust left. Roma seated left, holding Victory and resting arm on shield. RIC 278 (Rarity 2). Choice VF+ with nice even brown surfaces. (1500)


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426. JE Semis. (4.24 gms.). Bare head of Nero right. Table seen from the front, bearing urn and wreath, shield rests against table leg, mark of value "S" in field. RIC 244, Scarce. Choice VF. (400)

422. JE Sestertius. (23.25 gms.). Lugdunum mint. IMP NERO CAESAR AVG ÎĄ MAX TRP PP, Laureate bust right. DECVRSIO S C, Nero and soldier right on horseback. RIC unpublished for this obverse and reverse combination, BMC 314. VF, even brown surfaces. (500) GALBA. 68-69 AD. 427. Denarius. (3.32 gms.). Bare head right, IMP SER GALBA AVG. SPQR OB C S in oak-wreath. RSC 287, BMC 34. Fine, nicely centered and struck. (250)

423. JE Dupondius. (13.99 gms.). Lugdunum. Laureate head left. Securitas enthroned right; before, garlanded and lighted altar. RIC-597, BMC-347, WCN-533. Good VF, light porosity, yellow-brown patina with touches of red. (350)

428. JE Sestertius. (25.08 gms.). Laureate bust right. S C to either side of Victory walking left, holding palm branch and statue of Minerva. RIC 257. Nice even Fine. Strong portrait. (350)

424. JE As. (11.16 gms.). Lugdunum. Bare-headed bust right. Victory flying left, holding shield inscribed SPQR. RIC-543, BMC-381. XF, light pitting and scratches on reverse, brown patina with touches of green and red. (400)

CIVIL WARS. 68-69 AD. 429. Denarius. (3.37 gms.). Minted in Spain. Bust of Genius right, hair wreathed in berries. Mars advancing right, holding javelin and shield. RIC 18 (Rarity 3). Toned VF, very rare and seldom offered. (800)

425. JE Semis. (2.55 gms.). Laureate head right. Table with urn and wreath on top; to left, S. RIC-233, BMC-261. VF+, reddish-brown patina. (350)

VITELLIUS. 69 AD. 430. Denarius. (3.08 gms.). Laureate bust right. Concordia seated left. RSC 20, BMC 7. Nicely centered Fine. (250)


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437. Denarius. (3.30 gms.). Laureate head right. Minervj advancing right, holding spear and shield. RIC-152, BMC 176, RSC-265. Nice VF+. (125) VESPASIAN. 69-79 AD. 431. Denarius. (2.94 gms.). Laureate head right. Capricorn left; below, globe. RIC-118, BMC-251, RSC-554. Toned VF. (200)

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438. JE As. (11.16 gms.). Laureate head right. Domitian sacrificing left over altar, harpist and flutist to the right; in background, temple. RIC-385a. VF, attractive light brown patina. (150)

TITUS. 79-81 AD. 433. Denarius. (3.28 gms.). Laureate bust right. TRP IX IMP XV COS V i n PP, Elephant walking left. RSC 591. Near VF. (275) Scarce and popular type.

TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. 439. Denarius. (3.11 gms.). Laureate bust right. Dacia seated left on pile of arms, head resting on hand in mourning. RSC 120. VF. Scarce. (!25)

DOMITIAN. 81-96 AD. 434. Struck circa 71 AD. Denarius. (2.79 gms.). Ephesus (EPE in exergue). Bare-headed bust right. Ceres enthroned left. RICV.348, BMC-V.470, RSC-38. Toned F+, numerous old scratches, scarce. (75) .

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435. Denarius. (3.09 gms.). Laureate bust right. COS ΠΠ, Pegasus prancing right. RSC 47. Toned VF+, scarce. (250)

436. Denarius. (3.10 gms.). Laureate bust right. Minerva standing left with spear. RSC 213. Toned nice VF. (125)

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441. JE Dupondius. (13.73 gms.). Radiate bust right. Emperor riding right, thrusting spear at Dacian below. RIC-545, Cohen-510. XF/VF, dark brown patina, rev. encrustation, obv. lamination. (300)


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446. Denarius. (3.03 gms.). Bare head right. Nilus reclining right, holding cornucopiae. RIC-310, BMC-857, RSC-989. Lightly toned VF. (125) 442. JE As. (9.87 gms.). Struck 99-100 AD. Laureate bust right. Victory walking left with shield inscribed SPQR. RIC 417. VF, with an interesting double strike across central part of coin, "N AVG" on obverse and part of beaded border in center of reverse. (150)

443. JE As. (11.37 gms.). Laureate bust right, draped on left shoulder. Dacia seated left in mourning; before her, a trophy. RIC-561, Cohen-532. VF, dark green-black patina, light corrosion. (125)

HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. 444. AV Aureus. (17.97 gms.). Beautifully mounted into a gold key chain, apparently of German origin from before World War Π. Bare head of Hadrian right, HADRIANVS AVG ΙΠ COS PP. Securitas seated right, SECVRITAS AVG. RIC 271a. Coin is a nice Fine. Nicely executed. (1500) If you went to a jewelry store you would probably pay well in excess of $3000 for some of this genre.

445. Denarius. (3.43 gms.). Laureate bust right, draped on left shoulder. Aeternitas standing facing, head left, holding the heads of Sun and Moon. RIC-81, BMC-162, RSC-1114. Toned VF+. (175)

447. JE Sestertius. (25.27 gms.). Laureate bust right. Neptune standing right with his left foot on prow. RIC-651, Cohen980. Good Fine, flan crack, It. scratches, light brown in color. (125)

448. JE As. (11.84 gms.). His bare head right. Hadrian clasping hands with Felicitas. RIC-805, Cohen-629. VF+, dark brown patina. (200)

AELIUS CAESAR. 136-138 AD. 449. JE As. (8.93 gms.). Bare head right. Pannonia standing facing, head left. RIC-1071. VF, dark green-black patina. (150)


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ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. 450. Denarius. (3.45 gms.). Laureate head right. Victory standing facing, head left. R I C - l l l b , BMC-496, RSC-437. Toned VF+. (125)

455. JE As. (12.33 gms.). Laureate head right. Apollo standing half-left, holding patera and lyre. RIC-824a. VF+, attractive dark green-brown patina, fields smoothed long ago. (450) Ex: LA. Lawrence Collection (Lot 1130). 451. Denarius. (3.34 gms.). Laureate head right. Octastyle temple, two seated figures inside (Temple of Divus Augustus). RIC272a, BMC-916, RSC-802. Good VF, scarce. (200)

FAUSTINA Sr. Wife of Antoninus Pius. Died 141 AD. 456. Denarius. (3.61 gms). Draped bust right. Aeternitas standing left. RSC 26. Nice VF. (125)

452. JE Sestertius. (22.47 gms.). Laureate head right. Minerva advancing right. RIC-779, Cohen-745. VF, light pitting, flan crack, medium brown patina. (75)

457. Denarius. (2.83 gms.). Draped bust right. Aeternitas standing left. RSC 32. Toned VF+/VF. (75)

458. Denarius. (3.60 gms.). Draped bust right. Vesta standing before altar. RSC 116. Toned VF. (65) 453. M Dupondius. (13.35gms.). Radiate head right. Felicitas standing facing, head left. RIC-658, Cohen-367. XF/VF, choice green patina, rev. surfaces a little rough. (175)

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JE Dupondius. (14.37 gms.). Radiate head right. Honos standing half-left. RIC-802, Cohen-415. Near VF, nice dark green patina. (100)

459. JE As. (12.27 gms.). Draped bust right. Juno standing halfleft, holding patera and sceptre. VF, nice dark green patina, rev. surfaces slightly porous. (75)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

460. JE As. (14.24 gms.). Draped and veiled bust right. Fortuna standing half-left, holding globe and rudder. RIC-1160, Cohen-9. VF, medium brown patina. (50)

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AUCTIONS,

LUCIUS VERUS. 161-169 AD. 464. Denarius. (3.16 gms.). Laureate head right. Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. RIC-586, RSC111.Toned VF, flan crack. (60)

MARCUS AURELIUS. 161-180 AD. 461. Denarius. (3.16 gms.). Consecratio Issue by Commodus. Bare head right. Eagle standing right on garlanded base. RIC (Comm.) 272, RSC-84. Nice VF+. (225) LUCILLA. Wife of Lucius Verus. Died 182 AD. 465. JE Sestertius. (20.22 gms.). Draped bust right. Concordia seated left with patera and cornucopiae. RIC 1730. Near VF/F, lightly porous brown surfaces. (125)

C O M M O D U S . 177-192 AD. 466. Denarius. (3.59 gms.). Laureate head right. Securitas enthroned left, holding globe. RIC-179, BMC-261, RSC697. Toned good VF. (125) 462. JE Sestertius. (22.10 gms.). Issued 168-169 AD. Laureate bust of Aurelius right. FORT RED, TR POT ΧΧΙΠ IMP V COS ΠΙ SC, Fortuna seated left holding rudder and cornucopiae. RIC 962. Choice VF+ with nice even surfaces and a dark green patina. (500)

463. JE Dupondius. (14.21 gms.). Radiate head right. Victory holding shield, inscribed VIC/PAR, atop palm-tree. RIC-932. Good VF, nice reddish-brown patina. (175)

467. JE Sestertius. (21.17 gms.). Draped bust of Commodus right, head bare. VIRT AVG (PM TRP X IMP VII COS ΙΠΙ PP) SC, Commodus galloping right, striking panther with javelin, cf. RIC 453b (Rarity 2). Cohen 957 ( FF 50.-). Better than VF, fields a little rough, green patina with hints of hard red. (1000)


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PERTIN AX. 193 AD. 472. JE As. (10.31 gms.). Laureate head right. Laetitia standing half-left. cf. RIC-33. F/VG, brown patina, scarce. (100)

468. JE Sestertius. (24.01 gms.). Laureate bearded bust right. TRP V n i IMP VI COS ΙΠΙ PP SC, Fides standing with corn ears and fruit basket. RIC 403. Good VF with a nice smooth green patina. (350) CLODIUS ALBINUS. 195-197 AD. 473. Denarius. (3.12 gms.). His bare head right. Minerva standing half-left, holding olive-branch, spear and shield. RIC-97. Lightly toned good VF/VF, rare. (300)

469. JE Sestertius. (27.19 gms.). Laureate head right. Jupiter standing half-left. RIC-542, Cohen-256. VF/aVF, light brown in color. (150)

SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS. 193-211 AD. 474. Denarius. (2.98 gms.). Laureate head right. Liberalitas standing half-left. RIC-18, RSC-281. Lightly toned VF. (75)

475. Denarius. (3.33 gms.). Laureate head right. Jupiter enthroned left. RIC-130, RSC-237. VF/aVF. (50)

470. JE Dupondius. (13.11 gms.). Radiate head right. Providentia standing half-left. RIC-317. VF, green-brown patina. (100) JULIA DOMNA. Wife of Septimius Severus. 476. Denarius. (3.41 gms.). Draped bust right. Felicitas standing half-left. RIC (S.S.)-551, RSC-47. VF. (60)

CRISPIN A. Wife of Commodus. 471. JE Dupondius. (13.58 gms.). Draped bust right. Juno standing half-left. RIC-680, Cohen-24. Good VF, attractive dark green-brown patina. (250)

CARACALLA. 198-217 AD. 477. Denarius. (3.30 gms.). Laureate head right. Hercules standing half-left. RIC-192, BMC-35, RSC-196. XF/VF+. (150)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

478 JE As. (10.16 gms.). Laureate head right. Diana in biga of bulls left. RIC-567a, Cohen-397. Good VF, dark greenbrown patina. (150)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

484. Denarius. (3.01 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Salus seated left. RSC 85. Near XF/VF. (75)

GETA Caesar. 198-208 AD. 479. Denarius. (3.01 gms.). Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Geta, togate, standing half-left. RIC-61b, RSC-117a. VF, scratch behind bust. (50)

BALBINUS. 238 AD. 485. Antoninianus. (5.44 gms.). Radiate bust right. Clasped hands. RIC 11. Near XF, toned. (750)

ELAGABALUS. 218-222 AD. 480. Denarius. (1.88 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Sol advancing left. RIC-28, RSC-153. Near VF. (50)

GORDIAN ΠΙ. 238-244 AD. 486. Denarius. (2.78 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Laetitia standing left. RSC 120, RIC 113. Near XF. (75)

SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. 481. Denarius. (3.22 gms.). Laureate, draped bust right. Jupiter standing left with thunderbolt and spear. RSC 70. Toned VF. (50)

482. Denarius. (2.99 gms.). Laureate and draped bust right. Mars advancing right. RIC-246, RSC-161. VF+. (75)

MAXIMINUS I. 235-238 AD. 483. Denarius. (3.13 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Victory running right, holding wreath and palmbranch. RIC-16, BMC-105, RSC-99a. Nice VF+. (100)

487. JE Sestertius. (24.20 gms.). Laureate and draped bust right. Jupiter standing front, head right, with sceptre and thunderbolt. RIC-298a. Nice VF+, nice broad flan and brown patina. (250)

PHILIP I. 244-249 AD. 488. Antoninianus. (3.46 gms.). Radiate bust right. Aequitas standing with scales and cornucopiae. RSC 9. Toned aXF/VF. (50)


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489. JE Sestertius. (16.86 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Aequitas standing half-left. RIC-166a, Cohen-10. VF, nice green patina with touches of red. (125)

_ · OTACILIA SEVERA. Wife of Philip I. 490. Antoninianus. (4.60 gms.). Draped bust right. Hippopotamus (baby) right, head raised, SAECVLARES AVGG ΠΠ. RIC 116b. Toned VF, popular reverse type. (100) Commemorates the 1000th anniversary of the founding of Rome.

HOSTILIAN Caesar. 251 AD. 495. Hostilian. 251 AD. JE Sestertius. (20.34 gms.). Bare head right. Emperor standing left holding standard and sceptre. RIC 216a. Nice VF with an apple green patina. Rare. (350)

HERENNIA ETRUSCILLA. Wife of Trajan Decius. 491. Antoninianus. (4.31 gms.). Diademed and draped bust right on crescent. Pudicitia seated left. RIC-59b, RSC-19. Nice VF. (80)

VALERIAN I. 253-260 AD. 496. Antoninianus. (4.34 gms.). Radiate bust right. Victory standing half-left holding wreath and palm branch. RIC 124. Toned XF. Scarce this nice. (135)

HERENNIUS ETRUSCUS Caesar. 250-251 AD. 492. Antoninianus. (4.54 gms.). Radiate and draped bust right. Clasped hands. RIC-138. Toned VF+, few spots of verdigris, scarce. (200)

493. Antoninianus. (3.84 gms.). Radiate, draped bust right. Sprinkler, simpulum, jug, patera and lituus. RIC-143, RSC14. Near VF, lightly porous. (50)

497. Antoninianus. (4.02 gms.). Antioch. Radiate and draped bust right. Valerian and Gallienus sacrificing at alter. RIC-285. Nice XF. (100)

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MARINIANA. Wife of Valerian I. 498. Base Antoninianus. (2.43 gms.). Veiled, draped bust right on crescent. Empress riding on peacock flying right. RIC-6, RSC-16. Near VF, reverse weakly struck. (75)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

GALLIENUS. 253-268 AD. 499. JE Antoninianus. (3.41 gms.). Radiate head right. Pegasus springing right. RIC-283, Cohen-979. XF, nice chocolate brown patina. (100)

500. Antoninianus. (3.32 gms.). Radiate bust right. Virtus standing left with spear and shield, star in field. Sear 3001. XF, fully silvered. (75)

501. JE Antoninianus. (3.53 gms.). Radiate head right. Victory standing half-left. RIC-297. VF+, silvered. (50)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

505. Antoninianus. (3.61 gms.). Asia mint. Radiate, draped bust right. Emperor sacrificing left over alter. RIC-618. VF+, silvered. (75) This coin was struck during Gallienus' seventh and last consulship which started in 266.

506. Antoninianus. (3.46 gms.). Asia mint. Radiate and cuirassed bust right. She-wolf suckling twins. RIC-628, Cohen-46. VF+, silvered. (100)

507. Antoninianus. (4.24 gms.). Asia mint. Radiate, draped bust right. Genius sacrificing left at alter. RIC-638. VF+, silvered. (75)

502. JE Antoninianus. (3.74 gms.). Asia mint. Radiate, draped bust right. Emperor left receiving wreath from Victory. RIC450. XF/VF+, some silvering. (50)

503. Antoninianus. (4.20 gms.). Mint of Asia (struck in 265 AD). Radiate head left. Lion walking left with bull's head to left. RIC-602var. (obv. bust and lion not radiate). VF, lt. porosity, fully silvered. (75)

504. Dated 267 AD. Antoninianus. (3.55 gms.). Asia mint. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Saturn standing half-right, holding faix. RIC-606, Cohen-44. XF, silvered. (100)

508. JE Sestertius. (17.85 gms.). Laureate bust right, (IMP CP LI)C GALLIENVS PF AVG. Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and comucopiae. RIC-211. Choice VF+, nice even brown surfaces. (450)

SALONINA. Wife 509. Antoninianus. bust right on Cohen-4. XF,

of Gallienus. (3.34 gms.). Asia mint. Diademed and draped crescent. Aequitas standing half-left. RIC-87, silvered. (100)


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NUMISMATIC

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QUIETUS. 260-261 AD. 510. Antoninianus. (3.15 gms.). Antioch. Radiate, draped bust right. Jupiter enthroned left. RIC-6, Cohen-8. VF/aVF, traces of silvering. (75)

P O S T U M U S . 259-268 AD. 511. Antoninianus. (3.48 gms.). Lugdunum. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. HERC DEVSON1ENSI, Hercules standing half-right. RIC-64, Cohen-92. VF, better reverse type. (60) The reverse type is that of "Hercules of Deuso," now Deutz opposite Cologne on the Rhine.

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SEVERINA. Wife of Aurelian. 515. JE Denarius. (3.39 gms.). Draped bust right. Venus standing half-left. RIC-6. Good Fine, light pitting, scarce. (50)

516. JE Antoniriianus. (3.61 gms.). Antioch. Diademed and draped bust right on crescent. Concordia standing half-left, holding two ensigns. RIC-20. VF+, lightly porous, dark brown patina. (70)

VABALATHUS. As Augustus. 271-272 AD. 517. JE Antoninianus. (2.95 gms.). Antioch. Radiate bust right. Virtus standing right with spear and shield, star in field. RIC 8 (Rarity 3). VF with heavy green patina. Very Rare. (1600)

512. JE Sestertius. (16.20 gms.). Lugdunum. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Galley left. RIC-143, Cohen-179. Near VF, light brown in color. (75)

VICTORINUS. 268-270 AD. 513. Antoninianus. (2.35 gms.). Cologne mint. Radiate bust right. Salus standing right, feeding serpent. RIC 122. XF, with original silvering. Scarce this well struck. (75)

QUINTILLUS. 270 AD. 514. JE Antoninianus. (4.27 gms.). Radiate, draped bust right. Providentia standing half-left. RIC-29, Cohen-61. VF, redbrown in color. (65)

TACITUS. 275-276 AD. 518. JE Antoninianus. (4.36 gms.). Mint of Gaul. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Felicitas standing half-left, holding long caduceus and cornucopiae. RIC-65. XF, dark greenbrown patina. (80)

FLORIANUS. 276 AD. 519. JE Antoninianus. (3.47 gms.). Rome. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Aequitas standing half-left. RIC-25. Fine+, dark brown patina. (40)


CLASSICAL

PROBUS. 276-282 AD. 520. Antoninianus. (3.59 gms.). Radiate bust right with ornate cuirass. Victory advancing left. RIC-213var. (symbol in mintmark appears to be either a club or palm-branch, not a thunderbolt as in RIC). XF, dark green-black patina. (75)

521. JE Antoninianus. (4.11 gms.). Ticinum. Radiate, helmeted, cuirassed bust left, holding spear and shield. Pax standing half-left. RIC-517. XF, green-brown patina, traces of faint silvering. (100)

522. JE Antoninianus. (4.15 gms.). Serdica. Radiate and cuirassed bust right. Sol in spread quadriga facing. RIC-861. XF, traces of silvering, light porosity. (100)

523. JE Antoninianus. (3.99 gms.). Serdica. Radiate, cuirassed bust right. Emperor galloping right, spearing fallen enemy. RIC-878. XF, reddish-brown patina, faint traces of silvering. (125)

524. Antoninianus. (4.04 gms.). A n t i o c h . Radiate bust right. Emperor receiving Victory from Jupiter. RIC-922. XF, some underlying silver. (75)

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NUMERIAN. 283-284 AD. 526. JE Antoninianus. (3.91 gms.). Radiate, cuirassed bust right. Mercury standing half-left. RIC-416. Nice VF on large flan. (75) Ex: B.A. Seaby Ltd., November 1958, with their original envelope.

CARINUS. 283-285 AD. 527. JE Antoninianus. (2.54 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-255. VF, lightly porous. (50)

DIOCLETIAN. 284-305 AD. 528. Antoninianus. (4.09 gms). Radiate bust right. Jupiter standing left with thunderbolt and spear. RIC-162. Choice VF+. (75)

529. Antoninianus. (4.06 gms). Radiate bust right. Jupiter hurling spear right, eagle at feet. RIC-167. Near XF/VF. (50)

530. JE Antoninianus. (4.41 gms.). Lugdunum. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Jupiter standing half-left. RIC-35. VF+, well-centered, dark brown patina. (65)

C 525. JE Antoninianus. (4.18 gms.). Antioch. Radiate, draped and 531. JE Antoninianus. (3.45 gms.). Ticinum. Radiate and cuirassed cuirassed bust right. Female figure presenting wreath to bust right. Jupiter standing half-left; before, small figure of Probus, standing left, who holds orb and spear. RIC-925. Emperor (looks like ET!). RIC-221. VF+, brown patina. (50) XF, silvering. (100) 802


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532. 303 AD. JE Follis. (12.21 gms.). C a r t h a g e . Laureate head right. Carthago standing facing, head left. RIC-33a. Choice XF, attractive green-brown patina. (125) 537. 296-297 AD. JE Follis. (10.36 gms.). R o m e . Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-63. XF, well-centered on a large flan, traces of silvering. (100)

533. 305-307 AD. JE Follis. (11.88 gms.). T r i e r . After Abdication. Laureate bust right, holds olive-branch and mappa. Providentia standing right facing Quies. RIC-673a. Choice XF, nice dark green-black patina. (200)

538. 307-308 AD. JE Follis. (6.52 gms.). L u g d u n u m . Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-253. Good VF, chocolate brown patina. (75)

CARAUSIUS. 287-293 AD. 534. JE Antoninianus. (2.89 gms.). Rotomagus (Rouen). Radiate and cuirassed bust right. Galley right on waves with rowers. RIC-648 (rarity 2). XF, some pitting, brown patina, rare. (1000)

CONSTANTIUS 1.305-306 AD. 539. As Caesar. 301 AD. JE Follis. (11.06 gms.). A q u i l e i a . Laureate head right. Moneta standing half-left, holding scales and comucopiae. RIC-32a. Choice XF, reddish-brown patina. (150) MAXIMIANUS. 286-305 AD. 535. JE Antoninianus. (4.58 gms.). H e r a c l e a . Radiate and cuirassed bust right. Emperor receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter. RIC-595. VF+, dark green-brown patina. (60)

536. JE Antoninianus. (3.53 gms.). Cyzicus (circa 295-299 AD). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Maximianus receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter. RIC-16b. XF, dark brown patina. (70)

802 540. As Caesar. 301 BC. JE Follis. (8.90 gms.). A l e x a n d r i a . Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-33a. Near VF, reddish-brown patina with touches of green verdigris. (75)


CLASSICAL

541. As Caesar. 302-303 AD. JE Follis. (9.33 gms.). Alexandria. Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-35a. Fine, several old scrapes and digs, brown patina. (40)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

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546. As Caesar. 305-306 AD. JE Follis. (8.76 gms.). A q u i l e i a . Laureate head right. Mars advancing right. RIC-70a. Good VF, dark brown patina. (100)

547. As Caesar. 305-306 AD. JE Denarius. (2.60 gms.). Siscia. Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-171a. VF, lightly porous, rare, brown patina. (125)

GALERIUS. 305-311 AD. 542. As Caesar. 295 AD. JE Follis. (10.45 gms.). Siscia. Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-90b. VF+, greenbrown patina. (65)

543. 306 AD. JE Follis. (10.15 gms.). Antioch. Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-74b. Good VF, traces of silvering. (75)

MAXIMINUS Π. 309-313 AD. 548. As Caesar. 305-306 AD. Post-reform Radiate JE. (3.21 gms.). Alexandria. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Prince receiving small Victory on globe from Jupiter standing left. RIC-60b. Nice VF+, reddish-brown patina. (60)

544. 295-296 AD. JE Follis. (10.88 gms.). Alexandria. Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left, eagle at his feet. RIC21b. Choice XF, much of the original silvering remains, rare this nice. (185)

549. As Caesar. 306 AD. JE Follis. (7.18 gms.) A l e x a n d r i a . Laureate bust right. Genius standing half-left with patera and cornucopiae. RIC-64. Nice VF. Scarce. (65)

SEVERUS Π. 306-307 AD. 545. As Caesar. 305-306 AD. JE Follis. (9.42 gms.). T r i e r . Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-668a. VF+, light pitting, obv. is reddish-brown, rev. is green-brown. (100)

550. 308-310 AD. JE Follis. (7.99 gms.). A l e x a n d r i a . Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC- 107c.VF+, medium brown patina. (75)

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PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

MAXENTIUS. 306-312 AD. 551. 307-308 AD. JE Follis. (8.16 gms.). Rome. Laureate head right. Roma seated facing, head left, in hexastyle temple. RIC-202a. Choice XF, traces of silvering. (125)

552. 308-310 AD. JE Follis. (7.48 gms.). Rome. Laureate head right. Roma seated within hexastyle temple. RIC-210. VF/VF+, green-brown patina. (50)

553. 308-310 AD. JE Follis. (7.25 gms.). Rome. Laureate head right. Roma seated facing, head left, in hexastyle temple. RIC-210. VF+, traces of silvering. (75)

554. 309-312 AD. JE Follis. (6.60 gms.). Ostia. Laureate bust right. Castor and Pollux standing with horses, wolf and twins between. RIC-16. Nice VF, scarce. (100)

555. 309-312 AD. JE Follis. (7.22 gms.). O s t i a . Laureate head right. The Dioscuri standing facing with their bridled horses. RIC-35. VF, green-brown patina. (40)

LTD.

556. 309-312 AD. JE Half Follis. (3.07 gms.). Ostia. Laureate head left. Victory standing right, left foot on cippus, holding shield; to left, seated captive. RIC-60. Near VF, green-brown patina, scarce. (50)

LICINIUS 1.308-324 AD. 557. 313 AD. JE Follis. (3.72 gms.). Siscia. Laureate bust right. IOVI CON SERVATORI, Jupiter standing left holding sceptre and Victory, eagle in field. RIC 231a. Choice XF. Scarce. (100)

558. 313-315 AD. JE Follis. (4.52 gms.). Trier. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-57 (r-4). Good VF, brown patina. (100)

LICINIUS Π Caesar. 317-324 AD. 559. 317-320 AD. JE 3. (3.17 gms.). Antioch. Laureate, draped bust left with globe, sceptre and mappa. Jupiter standing half-left, holding Victory; to left, captive. RIC-29 (r-4). Good VF, black patina. (75)

CONST ANTINE 1.307-337 AD. 560. 307-310 AD. JE Follis. (6.03 gms.). London. Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Genius standing half-left. RIC-104. VF+, chocolate brown patina with touch of green on face. (100)


CLASSICAL

561. 309 AD. JE Follis. (3.90 gms.). Treveri. Laureate bust right. SOU INVICTO COMITI, radiate bust of Sol right. RIC 895. Nice XF. Rare and popular type. (200)

562. 310-312 AD. JE Follis. (4.10 gms.). London. Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Sol standing half-left, holding globe and whip. RIC-153. XF/VF, chocolate brown patina. (125)

563. 310-312 AD. JE Follis. (4.66 gms.). L o n d o n . Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Sol standing half-left. RIC-153. Good VF, chocolate brown patina. (75)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

567. 316 AD. JE 3. (3.50 gms.). A r i e s . Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Sol standing half-right, head left. RIC98 (rarity-4). XF, medium brown patina. (95)

568. 316 AD. JE 3. (3.91 gms.). R o m e . Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Sol standing half-left, holding Victory on globe in left hand. RIC-49 (rarity-1). F+/VF, brown patina. (50)

569. 317 AD. JE 3. (3.91 gms.). T i c i n u m . Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Sol standing half-left. RIC-62 (rarity-3). aVF/VF, light porosity, brown patina. (60)

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564. 313 AD. JE Quarter Follis. (1.25 gms.). R o m e . Bare head right. SAPIENTIA PRINCIPIS, alter with owl, spear, shield and helmet around. RIC 16 (Rarity 3). Near XF with a dark green patina. Rare and very seldom seen for sale. (200)

565. 313-314 AD. JE Reduced Follis. (3.11 gms.) A n t i o c h . Laureate head right. Jupiter standing half-left, holding Victory. RIC-7 (rarity 3). XF, nice green-brown patina. (80)

566. 315-316 AD. JE 3. (4.19 gms.). L y o n s . Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Sol standing half-left. RIC-34. XF, nice brown patina. (75)

570. 319 AD. JE 3. (3.29 gms.). L o n d o n . Laureate helmeted, cuirassed bust right. Two Victories holding inscribed shield on column. RIC-154. Near XF, dark brown patina. (95)

571. 322 AD. JE 3. (2.66 gms.). T r i e r . Helmeted and cuirassed bust right. Globe set on altar; above, three stars. RIC-341. XF, brown patina. (75)

802 324 AD. JE 3. (3.35 gms.). Heraclea. Laureate head right. Laurel wreath enclosing VOT/XX. RIC-60. XF, attractive redbrown patina. (75)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

579. 337-340 AD. JE 4. (1.23 gms.). Commemorative Issue. Constantinople. Diademed bust right. Pax standing half-left. LRBC-1046. VF, scarce. (45)

573. 324 AD. iE 3. (3.39 gms.). Thessalonica. Laureate head right. Laurel wreath enclosing VOT/XX. RIC-123. VF+, dark brown patina. (65)

DELMATIUS Caesar. 335-337 AD. 580. 336-337 AD. JE 3. (1.71 gms.). Constantinople. Diademed bust right. Two soldiers, standard between them. RIC-153 (rarity 3). Nice VF. (100)

574. 324-325 AD. JE 3. (3.34 gms.). S i r m i u m . Laureate bust right. SARMATIA DEVICTA, winged Victory right, trampling captive. RIC-48. Superb XF. (150)

C O N S T A N S . 337-350 AD. 581. As Caesar. 335-336 AD. JE 3. (1.98 gms.). S i r m i u m . Diademed bust right. Two soldiers with single standard. RIC 255 (rarity 4). Superb XF. (75)

575. 325-326 AD. JE 3. (3.16 gms.). Nicomedia. Laureate head right. Two-turreted camp gate. RIC-121. XF, brown patina. (75)

582. 337-347 AD. JE 3. (1.74 gms.). Antioch. Diademed bust right. Victory running left. RIC-66 (scarce). Nice VF+. (60) FAUSTA. Wife of Constantine I. 576. 326 AD. JE 3. (3.83 gms.). Trier. Draped bust right. Fausta standing left in robes holding two infants in her arms. RIC483. VF+/XF. (125)

583. 347-348 AD. Heavy Siliqua. (3.87 gms.). Trier. Diademed bust right. Winged Victory walking left, holding wreath. RIC-176. Nice VF, scarce denomination. (250) HELENA. Mother of Constantine I. 577. 328 AD. JE 3. (2.49 gms.). Aries. Diademed, draped bust right with necklace. Securitas standing half-left. RIC-324 (r2). XF, lightly porous, dark green patina. (75)

578. 328-329 AD. JE 3. (3.17 gms.). Antioch. Diademed, draped bust right with necklace. Securitas standing half-left. RIC-82 (r-4). XF, heavy green-brown patina. (100)

802

584. 348-351 AD. JE Centenionalis. (6.69 gms.). H e r a c l e a ? . Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Emperor standing left on galley steered by Victory, cf. RIC-62. Good VF, attractive dark green-brown patina. (60)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

CONST ANTIUS II. 337-361 AD. 585. As Caesar. 325-326 AD. JE 3. (2.42 gms.). N i c o m e d i a . Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left. Two-turreted campgate; above, star. RIC-124. Good VF, dark brown patina. (65)

586. 337-361 AD. Siliqua. (2.18 gms.). Aries. Diademed bust right. VOTIS XXX MVLTIS XXXX in wreath. RIC-291. Nice XF. (275)

MAGNENTIUS. 350-353 AD. 587. JE Centenionalis. (5.57 gms. ). T r i e r . Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Emperor standing half-left, holding Victory and labarum. RIC-266. VF+, dark brown patina. (150)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

JULIAN Π. 360-363 AD. 590. As Caesar. 355-360 AD. JE 3. (1.85 gms.). Cyzicus. Bare head right. Soldier standing half left, with globe and sceptre, cf. LRBC 2505. VF, scarce. (25)

591. Siliqua. (2.37 gms.). Aries. Diademed, bearded bust right. VOT X MVLT XX in wreath. RIC 312 (r-2). Near XF. (175)

592. JE 1. (8.95 gms.). Aries. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Bull standing right; above, two stars; to right, eagle on wreath. RIC-320. VF/good VF, chocolate brown patina. (200)

DECENTIUS Caesar. 351-353 AD. 588. JE Centenionalis. (4.39 gms.). L u g d u n u m . Bare-headed, cuirassed bust right. Two Victories standing facing one another, holding inscribed wreath. RIC-137. Choice XF, green-brown patina, faint traces of silvering. (300)

593. JE 1. (7.88 gms.). Antioch. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Bull standing right; above, two stars. RIC-216. VF+, porous, green-brown patina. (200)

CONSTANTIUS GALLUS Caesar. 351-354 AD. 589. JE Half Centenionalis. (2.55 gms.). Siscia. Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Soldier spearing fallen horseman. RIC-351. VF, nice green patina, couple light corrosion spots. (75)

VALENTINIAN 1.364-375 AD. 594. JE 3. (2.14 gms.). Siscia. Diademed bust right. Soldier dragging captive right, holding labarum. LRBC 1390. Nice VF. (45)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

601. IE 4. (1.93 gms.). Antioch. Diademed bust right. Victory dragging captive. RIC-67a. Good VF, scarce. (75) VALENS. 364-378 AD, 595. Siliqua. (2.06 gms.). Trier. Diademed bust right. Roma enthroned left, holding winged Victory. RIC-27e. Toned XF. (275)

THEODOSIUS 1.379-395 AD. 602. Siliqua. (2.02 gms.). A q u i l e i a . Diademed bust right. Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, holding cornucopiae and sceptre, resting foot on ship prow. RIC-25. XF, rare. (450)

596. Siliqua. (1.99 gms.). Trier. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Roma enthroned left. RIC-27e. Toned good VF. (125)

597. Siliqua. (2.41 gms.). Arelate. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Emperor standing facing, head right, holding Victory and labarum. RIC-6d. Darkly toned VF+. (150)

603. JE 2. (5.27 gms.). Heraclea. Helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust right with spear and shield. Emperor standing left on ship, head right, Victory at helm. RIC-11c. VF+, natural olive-green patina. (100)

598. Siliqua. (2.14 gms.). Siscia. Diademed bust right. VOT XV MVLT XX in wreath. RIC-13a (rarity 3). XF. (325)

604. JE 4. (1.09 gms.). Cyzicus. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Victory advancing left, dragging captive. RIC26b. Good VF+, dark reddish-brown patina, scarce this nice. (75)

605. JE 4. (1.20 gms.). Cyzicus. Diademed bust right. Victory advancing left, dragging captive. RIC-26b. Choice VF. (75)

GRATIAN. 367-383 AD. 599. Siliqua. (1.85 gms.). Aquileia. Diademed bust right. Roma enthroned facing, head left, holding orb and sceptre. RIC28a. Nice XF. (300)

VALENTINIAN Π. 375-392 AD. 600. JE 4. (1.71 gms.). Thessalonica. Diademed bust right. (75) Campgate. LRBC 1864. VF.

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AELIA FLACCILLA. Wife of Theodosius I. 606. JE 2. (5.17 gms.). C y z i c u s . Draped bust right. Empress standing facing, head right, arms folded over breast. RIC-24. Near VF, reddish-brown patina. (125)


CLASSICAL

607. JE 4. (0.76 gms.). C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Diademed bust right. Victory inscribing a shield, cf. LRBC 2162. Near VF, scarce. ( 50)

M A G N U S M A X I M U S . 383-388 AD. 608. Siliqua. (1.77 gms.). Trier. Diademed bust right. Roma enthroned facing, head left, holding orb and sceptre, RIC84b. Superb XF. (350)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

613. JE 3. (3.02 gms.). A n t i o c h . Diademed bust right, hand of God above. Eudoxia enthroned facing. LRBC-2805. Good VF, rare. (150)

HONORIUS. 393-423 AD. 614. AV Solidus. (4.47 gms.). Sirmium?. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Emperor standing right, holding standard and Victory, left foot on captive. RIC Hunter 24 (pi. 89). Good VF, few light dings on obverse. (500)

FLAVIUS VICTOR. 387-388 AD. 609. JE 4. (1.28 gms.). Uncertain mint. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Camp-gate with star between turrets, cf. S-4211 for type. Fine, green patina, rare. (75)

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CONST Α Ν Π Ν Ε Ι Π . 407-411 AD. 615. Siliqua. (1.59 gms.). Lyons. Diademed bust right. Roma seated left, holding winged Victory. RIC Hunter 6, RSC 7b. XF, reverse weakly struck, rare and seldom offered for sale. (1000)

ARCADIUS. 383-408 AD. 610. JE 3. (2.17 gms.). Antioch. Helmeted, cuirassedbust facing with spear over shoulder and shield ornamented with a cross. Roma seated facing. LRBC 2797. VF/F. Scarce. (75)

611. JE 4. (2.14 gms.). A l e x a n d r i a . Diademed and draped bust right. Emperor on horseback right. LRBC-2914. Nice clear VF, light brown patina, better than most. (50)

THEODOSIUS Π. 402-450 AD. 616. AV Solidus. (4.41gms.). Constantinople. Helmeted bust of Theodosius three-quarter face to right, spear over shoulder. CONCORDIA AVGG B, Constantinopolis seated facing, looking right, holding orb surmounted by Victory. RIC Hunter 6var. Good VF. (300)

617. AV Solidus. (4.46 gms.). C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Helmeted bust EUDOXIA. Wife of Arcadius. three-quarter face to right, spear on shoulder. Victory 612. JE 4. (2.92 gms.). A n t i o c h . Draped bust right, hand standing left with long cross. RIC Hunter 7 variety (diff crowning her from above with wreath. Victory inscribing officina). Superb XF of exceptional style and strike for this small shield placed on a column before her. LRBC-2800. issue. (900) F+/F, black patina. It. porosity, scarce. (50) 802


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

618. AV Solidus. (4.37 gms.). Constantinople. Same obverse as previous. VOT XXX MVLT XXXX H, Constantinopolis seated left holding globus cruciger, foot on prow. RIC Hunter 12 variety. VF. (300)

LTD.

ZENO. 474-491 AD. 624. AV Solidus. ( 4.35 gms.). Helmeted bust three-quarter face to right, spear on shoulder. VICTORIA AVGGGI, winged Victory standing left, holding long cross; in exergue, CONOB. Berk 26, Ratto 277. VF, with a few scrapes and bruises. (150)

BYZANTINE 619. AV Solidus. (4.43 gms.). Constantinople. Same as previous. Officina H. Near XF. (400)

620. AV Solidus. (4.43 gms.). Constantinople. Same as previous. Officina L. XF. (400)

621. AV Solidus. (4.48 gms.). Constantinople. Same as previous. Officina I. Near XF. (400)

ANASTATIUS. 491-518 AD. 625. AV Solidus. (4.38 gms.). Helmeted bust three-quarter face to right, spear on shoulder. VICTORI AAVGGGI, winged Victory standing left, holding long cross. Sear 3, Berk 30. VF/VF+. (225)

626. AV Solidus. (4.43 gms.). Same as previous. Good VF. (225)

622. JE 3. (2.09 gms.). Uncertain mint. Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing with spear and shield. Constantinopolis enthroned facing, cf. S-4296 for type. Near VF, smooth brown patina. (50)

VALENTINIAN m . 425-455 AD. 623. AV Solidus. (4.39 gms.). R o m e . Diademed bust right. VICTORIA AVGGG, Valentinian standing facing, holding long cross and orb surmounted by Victory, across field R M, in exergue COM OB. Lacam I, plate 7b, 1. Near XF, lusterous from slightly rusty dies. Scarce. (500)

JUSTINIAN 1.527-565 AD. 627. JE Follis. (22.56 gms.). Constantinople mint. Crowned bust facing. Large M, year 5, officina Î&#x201C;. Sear 163. Choice VF with a nice green patina. (300)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

JUSTIN II. 565-578 AD. 628. AV Solidus. (4.42 gms.). Crowned bust facing, holding orb surmounted by Victory, Constantinopolis seated holding (300) sceptre and orb. Sear 345. Near XF.

629. JE Pentanummium. (1.44 gms.). Monogram. Large E; to right, cross. SB-364, D.0.-60e. VF+, reddish-brown patina flaking in spots, scarce this nice. (65)

HERACLIUS. 610-641 AD. 630. AV Semissis. (2.11 gms.). Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Cross potent on globus. SB-785. VF, scratches especially on reverse. (125)

631. JE Half Follis. (2.91 gms.). Thessalonica mint. Heraclius and H. Constantine standing facing. Large K. Year 9. Sear 830. Near VF/VF. Scarce. (50)

TIBERIUS ΙΠ. 698-705 AD. 632. AV Solidus. (4.03 gms.). Syracuse mint. Crowned bust facing, spear across body. Cross potent on three steps. Legend ends with .:. Sear 1380, Berk 198. Crude VF, rare. (450)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS

CONSTANTINE V & LEO IV. 741-775 AD, 633. JE Follis. (2.93 gms.). Syracuse mint. Facing busts of Constantine and Leo IV. Leo HI facing holding cross potent. Sear 1569. Nice VF. (50)

BASIL I, the Macedonian. 868-877 AD. 634. AV Solidus. (4.39 gms.). Christ enthroned facing. Busts of Basil and Constantine facing, holding patriarchal cross between them. Sear 1704, Berk 266. Near XF/VF. (350)

LEO VI, the Wise. 886-912 AD. 635. Miliaresion. (2.65 gms.). Cross potent on three steps, globe below, triple border. +LEON CE/ CONST ΑΝΤΙ/ Ν EN XW EV/SEbIS bASI/ LI ROM in five lines, triple border ornamented with eight equally spaced globules. Sear 1727, DO 4. Choice XF. Exceptionally large flan that is most unusual for this issue and rare as such. (300)

CONSTANTINE VÜ & ROMANUS Π. 913-959 AD. 636. AV Solidus. (4.44 gms.). Facing bust of Christ nimbate. Facing busts of Constantine VII and Romanus II facing, holding patriarchal cross. Sear 1751, Berk 278. Nice VF. (250)

ROM ANUS ΙΠ. 1028-1034 AD. 637. AV Histamenon Nomisma. (4.40 gms.). Christ enthroned facing. The Virgin, on right, crowning Romanus. Sear 1819, Berk 295. Near XF, nice surfaces for issue. (375)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

CONSTANTINE IX. 1042-1055 AD. 638. AV Histamenon Nomisma. (4.40 gms.). Bust of Christ facing. Bust of Constantine facing. Sear 1830, Berk 303. Superb XF. (375)

LTD.

ANDRONICUS Π & MICHAEL IX. 1282-1328 AD. 642. AV Hyperpyron. (3.84 gms.). Bust of the Virgin within city walls. Andronicus to left and Michael to right of Christ standing. Sear 2396, Berk 366. Crude VF. (150)

643. AV Hyperpyron. (2.94 gms.). Same as previous. Crude VF. (150) R O M A N U S IV. 1068-1071 AD. 639. AV Histamenon Nomisma. (4.33 gms.). Christ standing facing, crowning Romanus and Eudocia. Michael standing with Constantius and Andronicus standing to either side. Sear 1859, Berk 320. XF. Nicely struck for issue. (300)

M A N U E L 1.1143-1180 AD. 640. JE Half Tetarteron. (1.66 gms.). Uncertain Greek Mint. Monogram of Manuel, with large somewhat clumsy letters. Bust of Manuel facing holding labarum and orb. Sear 1979. XF, nice green patina. (100)

RESTORED EMPIRE ANDRONICUS Π & MICHAEL IX. 1295-1320 AD. 644. Basilikon. (1.31 gms.). Christ enthroned facing, raising hand in benediction, no symbols in field. Andronicus and Michael standing facing, holding labarum between them. Sear 2402. LPC 89, 35. Crude near VF. (100)

Basilikon. (1.55 gms.). Christ enthroned facing, raising hand in benediction, two stars and pellets in the field. Andronicus and Michael standing facing, holding labarum between them. Legend starts immediately after labarum. cf. Sear 2402var.; LPC 89, 35 variety. Crude near VF. Scarce variant (100)

ISAAC Π. 1185-1195 AD. 641. EL Aspron Trachy. (3.32 gms.). The Virgin enthroned facing. The Archangel Michael standing on right crowning Isaac dressed in divitision and chlamys. Sear 2002, Berk 360. Nice VF. (250)

646. Basilikon. (1.50 gms.). Christ enthroned facing, raising hand in benediction, two large stars in the field. Andronicus and Michael standing facing, holding labarum between them, cf. Sear 2402var.; LPC 89, 35 variety. Crude near VF. (100)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

647. Basilikon. (1.66 gms.). Christ enthroned facing, raising hand in benediction, two stars in the field. Andronicus and Michael standing facing, holding labarum between them. cf. Sear 2402var.; LPC 89, 35 variety. Crude near VF. (100)

648. Basilikon.

(1.70 gms.). Same as previous. Crude near VF. (100)

649. Basilikon.

(1.61 gms.). Same as previous. Crude near VF. (100)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS

653. Wratislaw II. 1061-1092. Denar. Prague mint. Bare head right. Hand holding sword. Doneb. 320. Toned near XF. (50)

BULGARIA 654. Ivan Stracimir. 1371-1397. Gros. Christ facing. King enthroned facing. Mint of Vidin. E&S pg. 1399. Toned XF. Superb strike for this normally crude issue. (100)

CRUSADER 655. Antioch. Tancred. 1101-1112. IE Follis. Tancred facing in turban with sword. Cross. Schlumberger II, 7. Nice VF. Better condition than normally encountered. (150)

M A N U E L Π, Palaeologus. 1391-1423 AD. 650. Sixteenth Hyperpyron. (0.42 gms.). Bust of Christ. Bust of Manuel. Sear 2553; LPC 162, 5. VF. (100)

MEDIEVAL EUROPEAN

BOHEMIA 651. Bretislaus I. 1037-1055. Denar. Bishop with cross. Rooster left. Fiala VII, 250. Toned VF+. (250)

652. Bretislaus I. 1037-1055. Denar. Bishop with cross. King with sceptre. Fiala VII, 267. XF. (275)

656. J e r u s a l e m . Acre mint. 1140-1187. AV Bezant. Arabic inscriptions both sides. Metcalf 66. Nice XF. (350)

657. J e r u s a l e m . Acre mint. 1140-1187. AV Bezant. Arabic inscriptions both sides. Metcalf 66. Near XF. (350)

658. Tripoli. Bohemund VII. 1275-1287. Demigros. Castle with three turrets. Cross. Metcalf 359. Toned aXF. (135)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

PHOTOGRAPHS


CLASSICAL

CAROLINGIAN FRANCE 659. Charles the Bald. 843-877. Denier. Karolus monogram. Mint of Courcessin. Grierson 860. Toned choice VF. (150)

660. Charles the Bald. 843-877. Obol. Karolus monogram. Melle mint. Grierson 934, M&G 1060. Toned VF. Scarce. (150)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

FRANCE 665. Angouleme. 13th Century. Obol. Cross. Annulets and cross. Boudeau 447. Toned aXF. (50)

666. Limousin. Abbey of St. Martial at Limoges. Circa 13th Century. Denier. :SES: MARCIAL, bust facing. R: LEMOVICEN, cross. Boudeau 392v. Superb Toned XF. (125)

FRANCE 661. Philip IV le Bel. 1285-1314. Maille Tierce. Round "O" variety. Castle. Cross. Ciani 210. Choice aXF. (125) 667. Bishopric of Metz. Thierry V de Boppart. 1365-1384. Gros. Bishop standing facing, hand raised in benediction, holding miter. Long cross with GRO SVS ME TES in angles. Boudeau 1641. Superb XF with nice toning in the devices. (450) One of the finest examples of this coin we have handled.

662. Henry III. 1589. 1/4 Ecu. Paris mint. Crowned arms. Cross, cf. Ciani 1438. Near VF. (60) 668. Metz. City coinage. Circa 14th - 15th Century. Gros. St. Stephen kneeling left, hand of God above. Long cross. Boudeau 1660. Near XF. (150)

ANGLO-GALLIC 663. Richard I, the Lionhearted. 1189-1199. Denier of Poitou. +RICARDVS RED, cross. PIC/TAVIE/NSIS. Elias 8v. Toned VF. (75)

802 664. Henry IV. 1399-1413. Hardi. King facing holding sword. Long cross. Elias 233e. Choice VF. (175)

669. County of Provence. Raymond Berenger V. 1209-1245. Gros Marseillais. +COMES PVINCIE, bare head left. +CIVITAS MASSIL, view of the city gates. Boudeau 809, Poey D'Avant 3956. Toned XF. Rare and tremendous condition. (800) This issue was authorized in 1218 and was equal to six deniers coronals. It circulated only until 1243 when it was replaced by the denier coronat.


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

670. Provence. Robert of Anjou. 1309-1343. Carlin. King enthroned facing. Ornate cross, +COMES PVINCIE ET FORCALQERH around. Boudeau 832. VF, rare. (100)

GERMANY 671. Brandenburg. Albrecht der Bar. 1123-1170. Bracteat, 26mm. Albrecht facing in window of castle with sword and banner. Lobbecke 394, Freckleben 6. Toned superb XF. Ex: Münzen & Medaillen liste 500, #324 at Sfr. 2000.0. Very Rare. A stunning medieval bracteat. (750)

672. Brandenburg. Otto. 1154-1187. Bracteat, 27mm. BRANDE BVRGENSIS around Otto seated on castle wall in full armour, holding sword and banner, OT TO across field, cf. Banhoff 792. Toned near XF. (450)

LTD.

675. Pommerania. Bogeslaus X. 1491. Schilling. Damm mint. Griffin left. Arms surmounted on a cross. Saurma 4839. Choice XF. Nice early dated piece. (175)

676. Saxony. Wilhelm III der Tapfere. 1445-1482. Judenkopfgroschen. Heraldic Jew with pointed cap and long beard. Arms. Götz 3780. Nice VF. Rare and popular. (400)

HUNGARY 677. St. Ladislaus I. 1077-1095. Denar. + LADISLAUS RE, crowned bust facing. Small cross. Rethy 27. Choice VF+. (150) Ladislaus was responsible for the introduction of Christianity in Croatia were he founded the Bishopric of Zagreb. Ladislaus extirpated heathendom in his dominions with great severity, and managed to introduce a complex and elaborate legal code. Ladislaus died unexpectedly while preparing for the first crusade. He was canonized in 1192.

673. Bremen. Anonymous. Circa 13th Century. Bracteat, 21mm. Bishop facing with sceptre and miter, castle turret below. Bokel 101. Superb XF. (450) Ex: Münzen und Medaillen liste 500, #332 at 1200.- Sfr.

678. St. Ladislaus I. 1077-1095. Denar. Same as previous. Rethy 27. Choice VF+. (150)

674. Lüneburg. Wilhelm. 1195-1213. Bracteat, 22mm. Lion prancing left with raised right paw. cf. Bonhoff 77. Toned VF+. (150)

679. Wladislaus Π. 1490-1516. Denar. Kremnitz mint. Madonna and child. Arms. Pohl 245.1. Choice XF. (25)


CLASSICAL

680. Wladislaus II. 1503. Denar. Krerrmitz mint. Madonna and child. Arms. Pohl 253.3. Choice XF. (25)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

ITALY 687. Arezzo. Republic. Circa 13-14th Century. Grosso. Halflength figure of St. Donatus facing. Cross, cf. CNI 5. Toned VF. (75)

681. Wladislaus Π. 1504. Denar. Krerrmitz mint. Madonna and child. Arms. Pohl 253.3. Choice XF. (25) 688. Beneventum. Louis II and Angilberga. 867-870. Denier. Cross potent on three steps. Grierson 1116. Toned XF. Rare. (350)

682. Wladislaus II. 1505. Denar. Kremnitz mint. Madonna and child. Arms. Pohl 253.3. Choice XF. (25)

689. Bologna. Giovanni II Bentivoglio. 1463-1506. Mezzo Grosso. St. Peter seated holding model of the city. Lion holding standard. Toned VF. (85) 683. Wladislaus Π. 1506. Denar. Kremnitz mint. Madonna and child. Arms. Pohl 253.3. Choice XF. (25)

690. Ferrara. Borso d'Este. 1450-1471. Quattrino. Unicom resting with head bowed. Two headed eagle. CNI XXX, 4. (Rarity 6). VF. (125)

684. Wladislaus Π. 1508. Denar. Kremnitz mint. Madonna and child. Arms. Pohl 253.3. Choice XF. (25)

685. Wladislaus Π. 1513. Denar. Kremnitz mint. Madonna and child. Arms. Pohl 253.4. Choice XF. (25)

691. M i l a n . F i r s t Republic. 1250-1310. Ambrosino. St. Ambrosius seated facing. Cross. Castellotti 3v. Toned superb XF. (350)

DARK AGES. Ostrogothic. 686. Athalric. 526-534. Quarter Siliqua. Bust of Justinian right. DN/ATHAL/ARICVS/RIX in four lines in a wreath. Grierson127. Good VF. (325)

692. Naples & Sicily. Alfonso I of Sicily. 1442-1458. Alfonsino - Carlino. King enthroned facing. Arms of Sicily and Aragon. Pannuti 3v. Toned XF. (175)

802


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

699. Norman Sicily. Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. With cufic legends in immitation of the issues of Al-Mustansir. Spahr 2. VF. (90)

693. Naples. Philip III. 1598-1621. 3 Cinquine. PHIL/III DGR/HISP in wreath. PAX ET VRBITAS, crowned sceptre wrapped in olive branches. Pannuti 20. Toned XF. (75)

700. Norman Sicily. Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. "Τ" Type. .T. Spahr 4. Crude aVF. (75)

694. Pisa. Republic. Circa 13th century. Grosso. In the name of Frederich I Barbarossa. CNI 11. Toned VF. Scarce. (175)

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701. Norman Sicily. Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. "Τ" Type. Small .T., bottom crossed. Spahr 6. Crude aVF. (75) 695. Pisa. The Republic. 1150-1312. Grosso. + SMAR D PISIS, Mary and Christ child both nimbate. + IMPERATOR around large F. CNI 12. Toned superb XF. (350)

702. Norman Sicily. Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. "Τ" Type. Τ with pellet above, one to either side. Spahr 11. Near VF. (75)

696. Sardinia. Peter IV. 1336-1387. Real. +PETRVS ARAGONVM ET SARDINIE REX, Arms of Aragon. + FORTITVDO ET LAVS MEA DOMINVS, Cross. CNI II, 482, 2v. Toned near XF, rare. (450)

703. Norman Sicily. Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. "Τ" Type. Heavy cross and pellet above, and either side. Spahr 13. Crude F. (75)

697. Sicily. Fatimid Caliphs. Al-Mustansir. 1036-1094. AV Tari. Linear pattern with legend between, cf. Spahr 41. VF. (125)

698. Norman Sicily. Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. With cufic legends in immitation of the issues of Al-Mustansir. Spahr 2. VF. (90)

704. Norman Sicily. Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. "Τ" Type. Ornate Τ with three pellets above. Spahr 26. Near VF. Rare. (100)

802

705. Norman Sicily. Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. "Τ" Type. Τ with two pellets above. Spahr - unlisted. Crude VF. Rare. (90)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

706. Norman Sicily. Roger Π. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Cufic legend, two pellets above. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA. Spahr 57. Nice VF. (75)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS

713. Norman Sicily. Roger II. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar; above bar, two annulets. Spahr 64. VF. (75)

707. Norman Sicily. Roger Π. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Cufic legend. Star above. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA. Spahr 60. Nice VF. (75) 714. Norman Sicily. Roger II. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, three pellets in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar. Spahr 66. VF. (75)

708. Norman Sicily. Roger Π . 1130-1154. AV Tari. Cufic legend, star above. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA. Spahr 60. Nice VF. (75) 715. Norman Sicily. Roger Π . 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center,' pellets around inner circle. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar. Spahr 69. VF. (75) 709. Norman Sicily. Roger Π . 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar. Spahr 63. VF. (75)

716. Norman Sicily. Roger II. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center, pellets around inner circle. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar. Spahr 69. VF. (75)

710. Norman Sicily. Roger II. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar. Spahr 63. VF. (75)

717. Norman Sicily. Roger II. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, star in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar. Spahr 71. Choice VF+. This piece is dated AH 540 = 1149 AD. (200)

AV 711. Norman Sicily. Roger II. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar. Spahr 63. VF+. (100)

718. Norman Sicily. William I. 1154-1166. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI Κ A, all below bar; above bar, two annulets. Spahr 83. Nice VF. (75)

712. Norman Sicily. Roger II. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI KA, all below bar; above bar, two annulets. Spahr 64. VF+. (100) 8 1


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

AV

719. Norman Sicily. William I. 1154-1166. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar; above bar, two annulets. Spahr 83. Nice VF. (75) 724. Sicily. Philip IV. 1622. 4 Tari. +PHILIPP ΠΠ D G, bust right in high ruff collar. REX SICILIAE 1622, Eagle with spread wings, I Ρ to either side. Spahr 2. Near VF. (50)

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720. Norman Sicily. William I. 1154-1166. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center, pellets around inner circle. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar. Spahr 88. Nice VF. (75)

725. The Roman Senate. 1350-1439. AV Ducat. Senator kneeling before St. Peter. Christ. Period I. Gamberini-44. NNM 128, plate VII. Nice VF. (500)

• * * » h • 721. Norman Sicily. William I. 1154-1166. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, small hat (?) in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar. Spahr 91. Fine, rare. (75) 726 Vatican. Calixtus ΙΠ. 1455-1458. Grosso. Rome mint. Arms of Alfonso di Borgia. St. Peter seated in a boat. Muntoni 8, Ryan 3. Nice VF. Rare and seldom offered. (50‫)ל‬ New Publication Note: A Handbook of Papal Coins, 12681534 by John Carlin Ryan is an excellent new reference of which we are the exclusive distributor for the hardbound copies of which only 25 are available. Priced at $45 for a hardbound copy, Mr. Ryan's work is also available softbound for $25.

722. Norman Sicily. William I. 1154-1166. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, cross in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar; above bar, two annulets. Spahr -. Nice VF. Rare and apparently unpublished. (100)

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723. Sicily. Ferdinand the Catholic. 1479-1516. Tari. Mint of Messina. +FERDINANDVS D G R CASTELLE S A, crowned arms. + FERDINANVS D G REX SICILIE A, crowned eagle facing. Spahr 108 variety (note the misspelling on the reverse of this issue.). Toned XF. Rare this choice. (450) 82


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

728. Papal States. Macerata. Pope Gregory ΧΠΙ. Circa 1581. Testone. (9.53 gms.). GREGORIVS.XIII.P.M.MACE, bearded bust right wearing ornamental robes. Papal arms surmounted above the badge of Gregory - a dragon left, SVSPICE ET VALEBIS around. Muntoni 425, CNI 25. Toned XF. Rare in this condition. (750) Gregory XIII was born as Ugo Boncompagni of Bologne and it is his badge we see on the reverse of this coin.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTION

732. Venice. Peter Lando. 1539-1545. Mocenigo of 24 Soldi. Christ standing facing holding orb. Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Scarfea 313. Toned nice VF. (175)

LOWLANDS 733. Flanders. Robert of Béthune. 1305-1322. Sterling. Crowned bust facing. Cross. Boudeau 2211. Toned VF. (100)

729. Venice. Doge Michael Steno. 1400-1413. AV Ducat. (3.49 gms.). Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Christ facing. DeMey 2212, Fr. 1230. Near XF. (250)

734. Flanders. Louis Π de Male. 1346-1384. Double Groot Botdraeger. Lion seated left wearing armour helmet. Longcross. Boudeau 2232. Nice VF (150) 730. Venice. Agostino Barbarigo. 1486-1501. Marcello. Christ enthroned facing. Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Scarfea 228. Toned VF. (100) Ex: Lockett Collection lot #520 (part of).

731. Venice. Doge Francis Dona. AV Zecchino. (3.48 gms.). Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Christ facing. Fr. 1250. Nice VF. (200) The first Zecchino.

735. Flanders. Philippe le Bar. 1419-1467. AV Noble. (6.62 gms.). Immitation of the English noble of Henry VI. King with sword and shield on ship. Ornate cross, cf. Ives, NNM 93, Plate 1, 3. VF. (750)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

736. Gelderland. Arnold. 1423-1473. Double Groot. Ornate helmets facing. Arms surmounted on long cross. VdChijs. XI, 19. Toned good VF. Rare and seldom offered for sale. (275)

LTD.

DARK AGES. The Visigoths. 741. Immitative issue of Valentinian III. 425-455 AD. AV Solidus. (4.46 gms.). Diademed bust right. Emperor standing facing holding winged Victory on globe and long staff surmounted by a cross. Grierson & Blackburn, MEC I, plate 10, 169. RIC Hunter plate 90, 1. XF/VF, some areas of weak strike. (800)

737. Utrecht. Willem von Ponte. 1054-1076. Penning. Bust right with staff and cross in field. Facing bust of Heinrich IV. Danneberg 546. XF. Very Rare and seldom offered. (475)

SPAIN 742. Visigoths. Sisebut. 612-621 AD. AV Tremissis. (1.44 gms.). Toleto mint. Bust facing. Bust facing. Miles-183a. XF. (500)

POLAND 738. Use in Danzig. Kasimir Jagello. 1447-1492. Schillinge. Eagle. Arms. Gumowski 459. Near VF

743. Visigoths. Sisebut. 612-621 AD. AV Tremissis. (1.51 gms.). Ispali mint. Bust facing. Bust facing. Miles-187a. Superb XF. (600)

Danzig (25)

PORTUGAL 739. John I of Aviz, the Great. 1385-1433. Billon 1/2 Real Cruzado. Crowned IhNS. Arms over cross. Vaz J1.51. Good VF for issue. (50)

740. Manuel I. 1495-1521. 1/2 Vintem. Arms in form of a cross. Ornate cross. Vaz El.34. Toned VF+. (75)

744. Visigoths. Sisebut. 612-621 AD. AV Tremissis. (1.45 gms.). Emerita mint. Bust facing. Bust facing. Miles-192b. XF. (500)

745. Visigoths. Suinthila. 621-631 AD. AV Tremissis. (1.44 gms.). Barbi mint. Bust facing. Bust facing. Miles-224c. Superb XF. (600)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

746. Visigoths. Suinthila. 621-631 AD. AV Tremissis. (1.46 gms.). Emerita mint. Bust facing. Bust facing. Miles-235e. Choice XF. (600)

747. Sancho IV, the Brave. 1284-1295. Comado. Crowned bust left. Castle gate, two stars and pyramids in field. Coruna mint. Cayon-1189. Choice XF. Scarce. (100)

748. John I. 1379-1390. Real. Seville mint. Crown over IOhN. Arms. Cayon 1403. Choice XF. (350)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTION

751. Ferdinand & Isabella. 1479-1504. 2 Reales. Seville mint. Crowned arms, two stars to either side. Bound arrows, S in left field. Cayon 2673. Nice VF. Popular. (125)

CELTIC ENGLAND 752. Atrebates and Regni. Epaticcus. 25-35 AD. Unit. Laureate bust of Hercules right, EPATII before. Eagle with spread wings. Seaby 113. Choice VF. (175)

ROMAN ENGLAND 753. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. JE As. (10.49 gms.). Laureate bust right. BRITANNIA COS ΠΠ SC, Britannia seated left on rock, shield and sceptre before. RIC-934. Near VF, nice green patina. Scarce and popular. (125)

749. Ferdinand & Isabella. 1479-1504. 1/2 Real. Seville mint. Six pointed star. Bound arrows. Cayon 2494. Toned VF. (75) 754. Carausius. 287-293 AD. Antoninianus. (2.95 gms.). London mint. Radiate bust right. MONETA AVG, Moneta standing left with cornucopiae and scales, cf. RIC-91. Choice XF. Scarce. (350)

750. Ferdinand & Isabella. 1474-1509. Two Reales. Granada. Arms. Bound arrows. Cayon 2656. Toned aVF. (75)

755. C a r a u s i u s . 287-293 AD. Antoninianus. (3.82 gms.). Camulodunum mint. Radiate bust right. Pax standing left with sceptre and olive branch. RIC-476. Choice XF. (350)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

PHOTOGRAPHS

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CLASSICAL

756. Constantius I I . 324-325 AD. JE 3. (3.22 gms.). L o n d o n mint. Laureate bust left. Camp gate. RIC-298. Nice VF, very rare and seldom offered for sale. (250) This is one of the rarest of the Constantinian time period mint pieces to obtain.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

762. "Wolf-head Whorl." 740-750. Sceat. Centaur left with outstretchedwings. Wolf-head whorl. Seaby 831. Toned VF+. Rare. (450)

763. East Anglia. 735-750. Sceat. Saltire in square. Cross ending in annulets. Seaby 833A. Toned XF. Rare. (375)

SAXON E N G L A N D 757. Primary Series. 690-725. Sceat. Series C. Diademed bust right, EPA before in runic. Neat standard. Seaby 785. Toned near XF. (400)

W » 764. Kings of Northumbria. Redwulf. Circa 858. JE Sceat. +REDVLF REX, cross. +CVDBEREHT, cross. Seaby 863. Choice XF with a nice patina. Rare. (300)

758. Porcupine Series. 690-725. Sceat. Porcupine with parallel lines in curve of body. Standard. Seaby 788. Near XF. (250) 765. Aethelwulf. 839-858. Penny. Phase IV. +AEDELVVF REX, bust right. Moneyer - Ethelnoth. cf. Mack 717, Seaby 1051. Toned good VF. Rare. (1600)

759. Porcupine Series. 690-725. Sceat. Porcupine with parallel lines in curve of body. Standard with double square interior. Seaby -, North -. Apparently unpublished. Near XF. (375)

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760. Frisia. 725-750. Sceat. Radiate bust right, runic legend before. Cross and pellets, cross above. Seaby 839. Near XF. (250)

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767. Alfred the Great. 871-899. Penny. Londonium Issue. Laureate bust right. Londonium monogram. Seaby 1061, Norweb SCBI 142 (this coin), North 644. Toned good VF. Rare. Popular and seldom offered. (3750) Ex: Spinks-Norweb Sale 59, 1188; Curwen - Glendining September 1959, 90.


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

768. Viking Issue of York. St. Peter. Circa 905 AD. Penny. Phase I. SCIE/+.+/TRII. + EBORAC around small cross. North 551, similar to S-1006. Superb XF. Rare. (1500) Struck in the waning years of the Danish Kingdom of Danelagh in the old Kingdom of Northumbria (York). Though the Viking invaders held this area for only half a century, their establishement of large areas of freehold peasant land still remain today.

772. William I. 1066-1087. Penny. Pax issue. Crowned bust facing. Osmier on Bath. S-1257. Good VF. (300)

773. William I. 1066-1087. Penny. Pax issue. Lifpod on Winchester. Crowned bust facing, holding sceptre. Long cross. S-1257. Toned superb XF. (425)

769. E a d r e d . 946-955. Two line Penny. North-eastern mint. +EADRED.R.ER around cross. HVN/+++/RED in two lines, cf. S-1114v., SCBI 34, - for obverse legend variety, cf with 570. Toned VF. Very Rare with old ticket and inventory number. (750)

770. Aethelred Π. 978-1016. Second Hand Penny. Bust right with sceptre. Hand of God, Brihtred on Winchester. Seaby-1146. Toned VF, a few pecks. (125)

774. Henry I. 1100-1135. Penny. Pellets in quatrefoil type. Wulgar on London. Seaby-1275. Good VF, better than normal strike. (325)

775. Henry II. 1154-1189. Tealby Penny. Type D. Raulf on Cantebury. Seaby-1340. Crude aVF. (100)

776. Richard I. 1189-1199. Penny. Type m a . Bust facing. Roberd on Cantebury. Seaby-1347. VF. (225) KINGS OF ENGLAND 771. William I. 1066-1087. Two star penny. +PILLEM REX ANI, crowned bust facing, two stars in field. +LIOFPENE HORN ON RF, around cross. Mack Sylloge plate XLVII, 1385 (this coin). Toned VF+. Extremely Rare. (1500) Ex: Argyll Collection. From the Scaldwell hoard. One of only several known examples of this coin. One of 802 the only double named moneyer issues. When Mack was 777. Richard I. 1189-1199. Short cross Penny. Type 4b. Crowned sold off this piece realized over $2500.00 at the time. An bust facing, crude style. Stivene on London. S-1348A. Good interesting and important rarity. VF. (150)


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTION

784. Henry ΠΙ. 1216-1272. Penny. Class 6b. Walter on London. Seaby-1354. Toned VF. (60) 778. John. 1199-1216. Penny. Class Va. Bust facing. Richard on Lincoln. Seaby-1350. Choice VF+. Rare. (350) Ex: Elmore Jones.

779. J o h n . 1199-1216. Penny. Class 5b. Bust facing, cross above. Hue on Cantebury. Seaby-1351. Toned VF. (125) 785. Edward ΙΠ. 1327-1377. AV Noble. Fourth coinage. Series E. Edward standing in war ship holding sword and shield. Ornate cross. S-1488. Good VF, as struck on a nice broad flan. (1200)

780. J o h n . 1199-1216. Penny. Class 6al. Bust facing, cross above. Abel on London. S-1353. VF. (90) 786. Richard II. 1377-1399. Half Penny. London mint. Intermediate bust. Cross. S-1699. Nice VF. Scarce. (250)

781. J o h n . 1199-1216. Penny. Class 6al. Bust facing, cross above. Walter on London. S-1353. VF. (90)

787. Richard Π. 1377-1399. Penny. York mint. Local dies. Pellet above each shoulder. S-1692. Crude VF, rare and seldom offered. (400)

782. Henry ΙΠ. 1216-1272. Long cross penny. Type Vc. Crowned bust facing. Henri on London. S-1369. Toned VF. (50)

783. Henry III. 1216-1272. Penny. Class Vc. Walter on Cantebury. Seaby-1369. Toned VF. (60)

788. Henry IV. 1399-1413. Groat. Light coinage. From altered dies of Richard II. Without French titles. Crowned bust facing, pellet to left of crown, annulet to right. +hENRIC DEI GRA REX ANGLIE. Long cross. London mint. North 1358 (ER), Seaby 1726. Toned VF. Of the highest rarity. (9000) Ex: Walters Collection, 236. The most elusive groat in the whole series. The first one we have offered for sale in fifteen years. Worthy of the best of collections.


PHOTOGRAPHS C L A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

793. Henry VI. 1422-1461. Half Penny. Calais mint. Annulet issue. Crowned bust facing, annulets at neck. S-1849. Choice VF, scarce this nice. (125)

789. Henry V. 1413-1422. AV Noble. Type C. King in ship facing with shield and sword. S-1742. Good VF, scarce. (1400)

794. Henry VI. 1422-1461. Half Groat. Calais mint. Rosettemascle issue. Crowned bust facing. Long cross. S-1862. Toned good VF. (125)

790. Henry VI. 1422-1461. AV Noble. Henry standing facing in war ship, holding sword and shield; annulet by sword arm. Ornate cross. S-1799. Lightly toned XF, nice strike on a large full flan. (1500)

791. Henry VI. 1422-1461. AV Half Noble. King standing facing in war ship with sword and shield, annulet under sword arm. Ornamented CTOSS. S-1805. Nice XF. Scarce. (1250)

792. Henry VI. 1422-1461. Groat. Annulet issue. London mint. Crowned bust facing. Long cross. S-1835. Toned VF. (100)

795. Henry VI. 1422-1461. Groat. Calais mint. Pinecone-mascle issue. Seaby-1875. Toned VF. (75)

796. Edward IV. First Reign. 1461-1470. Groat. Light coinage. Crowned bust facing, quatrefoils at neck; mm: Crown. Long cross. S-2000. Toned VF. (100)

797. Edward IV. 1461-1470. Groat. Light coinage. Crowned bust facing, trefoil at neck; mm: Cross/Sun. Seaby-2003. Nice VF. (150)


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798. Edward IV. 1461-1470. Groat. Bristol mint. Crowned bust facing, quatrefoils at neck, Β on breast plate. Seaby-2004. Choice XF. (400)

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803. Henry VII. 1485-1509. Groat. Type IVb. Crowned bust facing; mm: Cross-crosslet. Seaby-2201. Choice near XF. Great style. (225)

804. Henry VII. 1485-1509. Halfgroat. Profile Issue. Canterbury. King and Archbishop. Mintmark: Martlet. Seaby-2261. Toned good VF. (125) 799. Edward IV. 1461-1470. Groat. Light coinage. York mint. Crowned bust facing, quatrefoils at neck, Ε on breast; mm: Lis/Crown. S-2012. Toned good VF, scarce. (150)

800. Edward IV. 1461-1470. Groat. York. Crowned bust facing, Ε on breast; mm: lis. Seaby-2014, North-1583. Toned VF. (100)

801. Edward IV. 1461-1483. AV Angel. Second Reign. St. Michael and dragon. Ship surmounted by a cross and coat-ofarms. MM: Heraldic cinqufoil. S-2091. Nice VF. (675)

802 Henry VII. 1485-1509. Groat. Type i n c . Crowned bust facing; mm: Lis issuant from rose. Seaby-2199. Toned XF/VF, choice for issue. (275)

805. Henry VIII. 1509-1547. AV Angel. First coinage. St. Michael and dragon. Ship with cross surmounted by coat-ofarms. Mintmark: Crowned portcullis. S-2265. Nice VF. (750)

806. Henry VIH. 1509-1547. Groat. Second coinage. Crowned bust right; mm: Cross patonce/pellet in annulet. S-2337D. VF. (150)

807 Henry VIII. 1509-1547. Groat. Tower mint. Third issue. Crowned bust three-quarter face to right. Arms. S-2369. Toned VF. A better strike than average. (175) Ex: Sir John Ean Collection.


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808. H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Half Groat. Cantebury mint. Archbishop Warham. Second coinage. Seaby-2343. Fine. (45)

812. Philip & Mary. 1557. Six pence. Mm: Lis. English titles only. Busts facing. S-2506. Toned aVF. Scarce. (400)

809. Edward VI. 1547-1553. Shilling. Mm: Y. Fine silver issue. Crowned bust of Edward three-quarter face to left. Arms. S2482. F/VF, die crack on obverse. (85)

813. James I. 1603-1625. AV Unite. Second coinage, mm: Lis. Crowned bust right, with sceptre. S-2618. Nice VF. (1250)

810. Edward VI. 1547-1553. Shilling. Mm: Y. Fine silver issue. Crowned bust of Edward three-quarter face to left. Arms. S2482. Toned XF, nice style and strike. (500)

814. James I. 1603-1625. Shilling. Second coinage. 5th bust. Crowned bust right. Seaby-2656. Toned VF+. (175)

802 811. Lady Jane Grey. MDLIII (1553). Testoon. 19th Century fantasy piece by Emery. IOAN D G ANG FR ET hIB REGINA MDLIII, crowned bust three-quarter face to left. Rose with crowned I R to either side. Pagan -. Superb XF. (400) The supposed issues of Lady Jane Grey were only fantasies of 19th century collectors. Here the famous counterfeiter of the 19th century, Emery, obliged the whim of the collector with this very limited issue.

815. James I. 1603-1625. Shilling. Third coinage. 6th bust. Mm: Lis. Crowned bust right. Seaby-2668. VF, dark toning. (125)


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?16. Charles I. 1625-1649. Half Crown. Type 3 a l . Coarse workmanship. King on horseback left. Brooker XXXVI, 363. Seaby-2771. Toned nice VF. (150)

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820. Commonwealth. 1652. Halfcrown. Mm: Sun. S-3215. Nice VF, cleaned along time ago, now retoning. (225)

821. Commonwealth. 1649-1660. Halfgroat. Cross of St. George in wreath. Π above St. George's cross and Irish harp. S3221. Choice VF+. (125)

817. Charles I. 1625-1649. Halfcrown. Briot's second milled issue. King left on horseback. Seaby-2859. Toned good VF, nice style and die execution. (750)

818. Charles I. 1625-1649. Pattern Halfgroat. By Nicholas Briot. In silver. Bust right, head bare, wearing high ruff collar. Two interlocked C's, crown above. Brooker 1255, North 2687. Toned XF. Scarce. (275)

819. C o m m o n w e a l t h . 1649. AV Crown. Mm: Sun. THE COMMONWEALTH OF ENGLAND, arms. 1649 GOD WITH VS around V over arms. S-3211. North 2719. Superb XF, toned. (2400)

822. George III. 1790. Pattern Halfpenny. By Droz. Laureate bust right, hair flowing. Britannia seated left. Edge: RENDER TO CESAR THE THINGS WHICH ARE CESARS. Peck 955. Bronze Proof. Very Rare. (200)

823. George III. 1795. Pattern Halfpenny. Soho Mint. Laureate bust right. Britannia seated left. Peck-1049. Proof. Extremely Rare. (300)


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SCOTLAND 828. David Π. 1329-1371. Penny. Second Issue. Crowned bust left with sceptre. Long cross, mullets in angles. Seaby-5087. Toned good VF. (150)

824. George III. 1797. Cartwheel Penny. George III bust right. Britannia seated left. Peck 1118. Bronzed Proof. Very Scarce. (175) 829. Robert III. 1390-1406. Groat. Heavy Coinage. Tall facing bust. Seaby-5164. Toned VF. (100)

830. James VI. 1602. AV Sword & Sceptre. Crown over sword and sceptre. Arms. Seaby-5460. VF. (600)

825. Token Issue. Arkwright & Co. 1801. Four Shillings Nine Pence. Host coin is an 1801 Spanish 8 Reales, c/s with Cromford, Derbyshire around 4/9. Davis 24a. Toned VF. Scarce. (450) IRELAND 831. John, as Prince. 1190-1199. Halfpenny. Face looking outward. Adam on Dublin. S-6205. Toned VF+. (175)

826. George IV. 1826. Shilling. Bare head left. Arms. Seaby3812. XF. (75)

832. Henry III. 1216-1272. Penny. Dublin mint. Type la. Moneyer: Ricard. Toned VF. Seaby-6234. (90)

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827. William IV. 1835. Shilling. Bust right. Arms. Seaby-3835. Toned Au/Unc. (125)

833. Henry VII. 1458-1508. Portrait Groat. Type la. Arched crown. Seaby-6455, Toned VF, crude. (100)


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LARGE LOTS 838. Sicilian Greek and Other Fractions. Lot of twelve (12) Litras and one (l)Hemidrachm.SICILY Circa 5th-3rd Century BC. Agrigentum SG I, 746, (1); Gela , SNG Cop 275 (2); Kamarina, SG I, 757, (1); Panormus, SNG Cop 512 (2); Syracuse, SG I 929 (1), Boehringer 289 (4). BRUTTIUM, Rhegium. SG I, 503. One misc. hemidrachm, unattributed. F, oc. (300)

834. Henry VIH. 1509-1547. Groat. Crowned arms surmounted over cross. Crowned harp, crowned H & R in field. S-6475. Toned choice VF. (135)

839. Lot of Two Athenian Coins (2). ATTICA, Athens. After 393 BC. Tetradrachm. Athena/Owl. SNG Cop 63. VF, scape on obv. 170/69 BC. New Style Tetradrachm. Athena/Owl, Helios in field, cf. Thompson 287v. Nice F, metal flaw on obv. (200) 840. CORINTHIA, Colonies of. Lot of three (3). Three staters from 350-300 BC. Winged Pegasus. Helmeted head of Athena. F/VF. (135) 841. PARTHIA. Lot of four (4). Drachmae of Mithridates Π (Sell. 27.1), Orodes I (Sell. 31.5), Orodes II (Sell. 47) and a tetradrachm of Phraates IV (Sell. 52). Average F-VF. (125)

ROMAN CONTORNIATE 835. Nero. Circa 4th-5th Century AD. JE 36mm Medallion. (19.46 gms.). Laureate bust right. Nero in facing quadriga. Alfoldi 218/7, pi. 87,9. Near VF with a beautiful apple green patina. (500)

842. Starter Collection of fifty-nine (59) Greek bronzes. Lot mostly from Syracuse. Cities represented include Agrigentum, Alaisa, Kamarina, Entella, Messana, Syracuse and Tauromenion and others. Sizes from 9mm - 27mm, most with nice green patinas. Conditions are mostly Fine with a few better. An excellent starter group and should be seen to be appreciated. (700) 843. Lot of Four Ptolemaic Bronzes. (4 coins). Includes an JE 39mm of Ptolemy ΙΠ (SNG Cop. 224, Svor.-974); JE 2627mm of Ptolemy V (two coins with Isis head right - SNG Cop. 247-248, Svor.-1234); JE 32mm of Ptolemy VI (two eagle rev. - SNG Cop. 274, Svor.-1380). Grades vary from Fine to Fine+, natural patinas, interesting lot. (100)

BECKER COUNTERFEIT 836. Constantius HI. 421 AD. AV Solidus. (4.30 gms.). Diademed bust right, DN CONSTANTIVS PF AVG. Constantius standing right with foot on captive, holding standard and Victory. Hill - Becker plate XIV, 269. Nice near XF example. (450)

844. Starter Collection of Fifteen (15) Roman Republican struck bronzes. Semilibral Issue , Uncia, Syd. 86, F; Semiuncia (2), Syd 87, F/VF; Post Semilibral Issue, Sextans, Syd. 107, F. Uncia, Syd. 108, F; Sextantal Issue, Semis, Syd. 143a, F. Triens, Syd. 143b, F. Semiuncia, Syd. 143f, F; Wheatear Issue, Uncia, Syd. 195e, F; Wheatear & Κ Issue, Sextans, Syd 310d, F; TVRD Issue, As, Syd. 366, F; Q. Marcius Libo, As, Syd. 396, F; C. Ter Lvc, As, Syd. 426, F; M. Abvrius Mf., Quadrans, Syd. 488, F; Late Anonymous Issue, Quadrans, Syd. 697c, F. Nice average grade starter lot. (400) 845. Starter Collection of Seven (7) Roman Republican struck bronzes. Semilibral Issue, Semiuncia (4), Syd. 87, F/VF. Sextantal Issue, Semis, Syd. 143a, F. Wheatear Issue, Uncia, Syd. 195e, F. Late Anonymous, Quadrans, Syd. 679c, F. (200) 846. Lot of Six Republican. After 217 BC. 4 Denarii, 1 Victoriatus, 1 Quinarius. Anonymous Victoriatus, Cr. 53/1, F. Anonymous Denarius, Crawford 53/2, F. Q. Titius, Denarius, Cr. 341/1, F. C. Crepusi, Denarius, Cr. 361/lc, Toned F. L. Piso Frugi, Denarius, Cr. 340/1, aVF. M. Cato, Quinarius, Cr. 343/2b, F. (180)

POSSIBLE RENAISSANCE COPY OF A SESTERTIUS 837. Agrippina Senior. Mother of Caligula. Died 33 AD. (44.38 gms.). Draped bust right, hair in queue. Carpentum drawn left by two mules, cf. Klawans-4. Struck imitation, probably of a Cavino. VF, brown patina. (500) 95


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856. I T A L Y , Sicily. Lot of two (2). Fatimid Caliphs. AlMustansir. 1036-1094. AV Taris. Linear pattern with legend between, cf. Spahr 41. F/VF, one a little ragged. (150)

847. Lot of Four (4) Republican denarii. L. Censorinus. 82 BC. Apollo/Marsyas. Crawford 361/ld, Marcia 24. Toned VF. L. Proscilius. 80 BC. Jupiter/Juno Sospita, Crawford 379/1, Procilia 1. VF/XF, obverse a little porous. Ti. Claudius Ti.f.Ap.n. Nero 79 BC. Diana/Victory in biga. Crawford 383/1, Claudia 5. (2) VF, one porous. (160)

857. ITALY, Norman Sicily. Lot of five (5). Roger I. 1072-1101. AV Tari. With cufic legends in immitation of the issues of Al-Mustansir. Spahr 2. F/VF. (250)

848. Lot of Three coins of Augustus and Nero. (3). Includes silver quinarius of Augustus (ASIA RECEPTA, Victory on cista mystica); JE quadrans of Augustus and of Nero (helmet on column/laurel branch). Grades vary from fine to very fine, nice lot. (250)

858. ITALY, Norman Sicily. Lot of four (4). Roger Π. 1130-1154. AV Tari. Cufic legend. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ. Spahr 55-60. Average near VF for lot. (200) 859. ITALY, N o r m a n Sicily. Lot of seven (7). Roger Π. 11301154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar. cf. Spahr 63-71. Average near VF. (300)

849. Lot of Six Antoniniani of the Mid to Late 3rd century. (6 coins). Includes antoniniani of Philip I, Postumus, Aurelian (2 coins - with different Sol reverses), Probus and Diocletian. All grade VF or better, couple with light porosity. (100)

860. ITALY, Norman Sicily. Lot of seven (7). Roger II. 11301154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar. cf. Spahr 63-71. Average near VF. (300)

850. Lot of Late Roman Antoniniani and Folles. (7 coins). Antoniniani of Tacitus, Probus (3), and Diocletian. Two folles or JE 3's of Constantine I. Also included in the lot is an anonymous Byzantine follis and a Seleucid JE 19mm from Edessa of Antiochus IV. (Total of 9 coins in lot). Average grade is VF or better, few with light porosity and/or corrosion. (150)

861. ITALY, N o r m a n Sicily. Lot of seven (7). Roger Π. 11301154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar. cf. Spahr 63-71. Average near VF. (300)

851. Lot of JE Folles of the Constantinian Period. (8 coins total). Includes follis of Maximinus II as Caesar (Alexandria); Maxentius (rev: Roma in temple); JE 3's of Licinius (Alexandria), Helena (Antioch and Alexandria - 2 coins), Crispus (Siscia), Constantinopolis (Heraclea mint, rev: Victory on prow), and Constantius II (Alexandria). Grades vary from fine to very fine, some light porosity, Maximinus Π is XF with silvering. (200)

862. ITALY, Norman Sicily. Lot of seven (7). Roger II. 11301154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar. cf. Spahr 63-71. Average near VF. (300) 863. ITALY, N o r m a n Sicily. Lot of seven (7). Roger Π. 11301154. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar. cf. Spahr 63-71. Average near VF. (300)

852. Lot of Byzantine Bronzes from Anastasius to Justin Π. (66 c o i n s ) . Includes the following Sear Byzantine catalog numbers: 13, 16, 19, 23, 25, 26, 29, 33, 63, 75 (2), 86, 93, 96, 111, 158, 160 (2), 162, 163 (2), 164, 176, 201, 203 (2), 205, 208, 213, 214, 221, 228, 237, 239, 241, 242, 269 (2), 281, 360 (5), 361 (3), 366 (2), 369 (4), 371, 372 (2), 373, 379 (3), 381, 383, 400, 403, 404, and 405. Average grade is Fine. Interesting study lot. SOLD AS IS. NO RETURNS. (500)

864. ITALY, Norman Sicily. Lot of seven (7). William I. 11541166. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar; above bar, two annulets. Spahr 83. Lot averages F/VF. (300) 865. ITALY, Norman Sicily. Lot of seven (7). William I. 11541166. AV Tari. Palermo mint. Cufic legend, pellet in center. Long cross dividing IC XC NI ΚΑ, all below bar; above bar, two annulets. Spahr 83. Lot averages F/VF. (300)

853. Lot of Three (3) Byzantine Gold pieces. Andronicus Π & Michael IX. 1282-1328. AV Hyperpyron. Bust of the Virgin within city walls. Andronicus to left and Michael to right of Christ standing. Sear 2396, Berk 366. Crude F. Three pieces. (200) 854. Lot of Three (3) Byzantine Gold pieces. Andronicus Π & Michael IX. 1282-1328. AV Hyperpyron. Bust of the Virgin within city walls. Andronicus to left and Michael to right of Christ standing. Sear 2396, Berk 366. Crude F. Three pieces. (200) 855. Lot of Three (3) Byzantine Gold pieces. Andronicus Π & Michael IX. 1282-1328. AV Hyperpyron. Bust of the Virgin within city walls. Andronicus to left and Michael to right of Christ standing. Sear 2396, Berk 366. Crude F. Three pieces. (200)

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