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A Mail Bid Auction Sale of

CLASSICAL COINS Featuring Ancient Greek (Gold & Silver) (Including an important offering of electrum)

Greek Bronzes (Important run of Italian)

Greek Imperials Roman Republican (A collection with many rare and scarce varieties)

Roman Imperial Byzantine Medieval (An exceptional run of early dated material from before 1500)

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A Mail Bid Auction Sale of

CLASSICAL COINS Featuring Ancient Greek (Gold & Silver) (Including an important offering of electrum)

Greek Bronzes

(Important run of Italian)

Greek Imperials Roman Republican (A collection with many rare and scarce varieties)

Roman Imperial Byzantine Medieval (An exceptional run of early dated material from before 1500)

English (Two extensive collections of hammered)

Misc. Section of Foreign ‫ ־‬Medals Large Lots Literature

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GAUL 1.

6.

M a s s a l i a . Circa 350 BC. Obol. (0.65 gms.). Head of Apollo left. Wheel with four spokes, M-A in lower quarters. SNG Cop. 723. Toned VF+. (125)

Velia. Circa 300 BC. Didrachm. (7.26 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right, helmet ornamented with a griffin. Lion walking right, cf. BMC 45. Near VF/F, die erosion, extra metal on reverse, light porosity. (95)

ETRURIA 2.

P o p u l o n i a . A f t e r 211 B C . 20 A s s e s . (8.49 gms.). Gorgoneion facing, tongue protruding, Χ X below. Blank. SNG ANS 83. Toned near VF. (375)

BRUTTIUM 7.

The Bretti. Circa 282-203 BC. Drachm. (4.29 gms.). Veiled bust of Hera right, scepter over shoulder, fly behind. Poseidon standing left, foot on Ionic capital, eagle and wreath in front. SNG ANS-26, SNG Cop-1615. VF+, reverse slightly weak, few old scrapes and scratches. (375)

8.

The Bretti. C i r c a 2 8 2 - 2 0 3 BC. D r a c h m . (4.44 gms.). Winged bust of Nike right, plow behind. Youthful river-god standing facing, crowning himself, thymiaterion to right, cf. SNG Cop-1620. VF+, some porosity, flan crack. (250)

9.

R h e g i u m . Circa 466-415 BC. Drachm. (3.89 gms.). Lion's scalp facing. Iokastos (traditional founder of the city) seated left, holdng staff with right hand; all within wreath. SNG Cop. 1931, BMC 15. Toned VF, fields scraped, extra metal on obverse. (350)

10.

R h e g i u m . Circa 466-415 BC. Litra. (0.72 gms.). Lion's scalp facing. RECI within wreath. SNG Cop-1932. VF, some light corrosion. (100)

CAMPANIA 3.

Neapolis. Circa 325-241 BC. Didrachm. (7.04 gms.). Head of nymph left. Nike crowning man-headed bull advancing right, Ι Σ below. cf.SNG Cop-451. Toned VF, pitting and flan flaws. (50)

LUCANIA 4.

M e t a p o n t u m . Circa 530-510 BC. Stater (Nomos). (8.03 gms.). Eight-grained barley ear with bracts at the base. Incuse of barley ear tapering toward the top. Noe Class I, cf. 1. VF, several old digs and pits, flan slightly bent. (200)

5.

M e t a p o n t u m . Circa 4th Century BC. Stater. (7.26 gms.). Head of Demeter right. Ear of barley; to right, plow and MAX. SNG Cop-1227. Toned VF, scrapes in fields and flan crack. (150)

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S y r a c u s e . R o m a n Rule. 214-212 BC. Litra. (0.70 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena left. ΧΠΙ, three dots to left, M below. cf.SNG Cop-887. VF, scattered pitting, scarce. (250)

SICILY 11.

Syracuse. Circa 485-465 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.97 gms.). Slow quadriga right, Nike flying above. Head of Arethusa right, four dolphins around. SNG Cop-620. Lightly toned VF, die erosion and wear. (375)

MACEDON,

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13.

S y r a c u s e . Circa 413-380 BC. Dekadrachm. (41.17 gms.). By the Artist Kimon. Quadriga three-quarters left, f e m a l e charioteer with goad; Nike flying right with open wreath; in exergue, panoply of arms. ΣΥΡΑΚΟΣΙΩΝ, head of Arethusa left in netted sphendone and ampyx (KI), dolphins around, cf. Boston M FA 433. Toned VF, reverse off center. (8000) A nice inexpensive example of this famous coin. Some heavy toning, but the metal quality is better than normal for an inexpensive specimen.

S y r a c u s e . H i e r o n I I . 274-216 B C . 16 Litrae. (13.23 gms.). Diademed and veiled head of Philistis left. Nike driving quadriga right. SNG Cop-824. Darkly toned good VF, small corrosion spot at 12:00 on reverse. (750)

Kings

of.

15.

Philip II. 359-336 BC. Tetradrachm. (14.21 gms.). Pella mint. Circa 359-355 BC. Laureate head of Zeus right. Youth on horseback riding left, monogram below. Le Rider 25-27 (Obverse die D17). Pleasing VF, reverse double struck. (600)

16.

Philip II. 359-336 BC. Tetradrachm. (14.13 gms.). Pella mint. Circa 323-315 BC. Laureate head of Zeus left. Youth riding horse right, θ below horse. Le Rider-440. VF, deep test cut on horse, extremely rare type with bust left. (1200)

17.

A l e x a n d e r III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.43 gms.). Amphipolis mint. Head of Alexander in lion's skin right. Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, torch and monograms in fields. Müller-56. Good VF. (250)


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Alexander III. 336-323 BC. Drachm. (4.03 gms.). Crithote mint. Head of Alexander in lion's skin right. Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, barley grain and spearhead in fields. M端ller-363. VF, lightly porous. (50)

A l e x a n d e r III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.95 gms.). Macedonia mint. Head of Alexander right in lion's skin. Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, monogram in wreath to left, H below throne. M端ller-714. VF. (200)

A u t o n o m o u s I s s u e . Circa 196-168 BC. Tetrobol. (2.26 gms.). Macedonian shield with wheel-like ornament in center. Stern of galley right, star above (almost off the flan). BMC 19. Toned good VF. (250)

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20.

21.

A l e x a n d e r III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.15 gms.). Lycia mint? Head of Alexander in lion's skin right. Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, prow to left. cf. Mtiller-1275. Good VF. (225)

24.

A u t o n o m o u s I s s u e . Circa 185-168 BC. Tetrobol. (2.47 gms.). MA KE and club on shield. Macedonian helmet, three monograms and thunderbolt. BMC page 12-9. Pleasing VF. (150)

A l e x a n d e r III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.62 gms.). Aradus mint. Head of Alexander right in lion's skin. Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, palm-tree and monogram in fields. M端ller-1380. VF with rough surfaces. (175)

25.

Perseus. 178-168 BC. Tetradrachm. (15.32 gms.). Diademed head of Perseus right. Eagle standing right on thunderbolt; all within oak-wreath, plough below. SNG Ashmolean 3276. EF. (1250)

Alexander III. 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.52 gms.). Struck in Egypt circa 319-315 BC by Ptolemy I. Head of Alexander the Great right, wearing horn of Ammon, elephant's scalp and aegis. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle in right hand; before, thunderbolt. SNG Cop. 11, Svoronos 22 (pl. I, 15). VF, obv. banker's mark, rev. corrosion. (400)

PAEONIA, 26.

Kings

of.

P a t r a u s . 335-315 BC. Tetradrachm. (12.73 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Horseman riding down warrior right. SNG ANS-1040. VF, nice style on reverse. (150)


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THRACE 27.

B y z a n t i u m . Circa 416-357 BC. Quarter-siglos. (1.06 gms.). Heifer standing on dolphin left. "Wind-mill" incuse. SNG Cop.-480. Darkly toned VF. (125)

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L a r i s s a . Circa 450-400 BC. Drachm. (5.93 gms.). Youth standing right, wrestling bull. Bridled horse galloping right. B M C - , SNG Cop.-, SNG Oxford-. Near VF, scarce, light porosity. (95)

Tricca. Circa 480-400 BC. Hemidrachm. (2.81 gms.). Youth standing right, petasos flying off behind, restraining bull of which only protome is shown. Protome of horse right with loose bridle. SNG Cop. 265. Nice VF, well-centered. (100) 28.

B y z a n t i u m . Circa 357-340 BC. Tetrobol. (2.57 gms.). Cow left with foreleg raised on dolphin. Incuse. SNG Cop 478. Lightly toned VF+. (150)

T H R A C E , Islands off: 29.

T h a s o s . Circa 500-463 BC. Stater. (8.58 gms.). Naked ithyphallic satyr kneeling right, holding a struggling nymph in his arms. Quadripartite incuse square. Dewing 1323. Toned VF, light scratches. (750)

ILLYRIA 30.

Dyrrhachium. Circa 200-30 BC. Drachm. (3.22 gms.). Cow standing right and suckling calf, head of Helios right above, owl standing to the right. Double stellate pattern. SNG Cop. 468. Toned VF. (125)

Thessalian C o n f e d e r a c y . Circa 196-146 BC. Double Victoriatus. (6.17 gms.). Head of Zeus right, crowned with oak-wreath. Athena Itonia standing right, holding spear and shield. (Magistrates: Philoxenides and Damothoinos). SNG Cop.-, BMC 33. Nice VF+. (175)

Thessalian C o n f e d e r a c y . Circa 196-146 BC. Double Victoriatus. (6.14 gms.). Head of Zeus right, crowned with oak-wreath, EP behind. Athena Itonia standing right, holding spear and shield. (Magistrates: Pausanias and Diodoros). SNG Cop. 289. Nice EF. (!50)

THESSALY 31.

L a r i s s a . Circa 460-440 BC. Drachm. (5.92 gms.). Youth standing left, petasos flying off behind, wrestling bull. Bridled horse prancing right; all within incuse square, cf. Sear 2106 for types right. VF, rare type. (250)

T h e s s a l i a n C o n f e d e r a c y . Circa 196-146 BC. Drachm. (4.07 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Athena Itonia standing right, holding spear and shield. SNG Cop. 302. VF. (75)


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C o r i n t h . Circa 4th Century BC. Diobol. (0.87 gms.). Pegasus flying right, Λ below. Pegasus with curled wing standing right. SNG Cop-. S N G A N S - . BMC-. Weber-. Jameson-. McClean-. Near VF, dark toning. (200) Apparently unpublished in major collections with both types facing right.

ATTICA 37.

38.

A t h e n s . Circa 460-455 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.06 gms.). Transitional Period. Helmeted head of Athena right. Owl standing right with tail composed of three separate feathers. Starr Group IV, #118. EF/choice EF for wear but two deep test cuts on reverse. (500) If not for the two test cuts on this coin, it would probably be worth in the $5,000• $10,000 range. Λ5 it is, this coin is most likely the most reasonable high-grade transitional "Owl" one could hope to own!

C o r i n t h . Circa 386-307 BC. Stater. (8.59 gms.). Pegasus flying left. Helmeted head of Athena left, boar behind. Ravel1017. EF. (250)

A t h e n s . After 449 BC. Tetradrachm. (17.11 gms.). Helmeted head right of Athena. Owl standing right. SNG Cop. 33. Nice VF. (350)

C o r i n t h . Circa 386-307 BC. Stater. (8.57 gms.). Pegasus flying left. Helmeted head of Athena left, Γ before, thyrsos behind. Ravel 1025a. EF, some light encrustation. (250)

AEGINA 39.

AEGINA. Circa 500-480 BC. Stater. (11.64 gms.). Smooth shelled turtle. Incuse square pattern consisting of five triangular-shaped incuses, cf. SNG Delepierre 1650-1687 for type. VF, banker's marks on shell. (125)

C o r i n t h . Circa 386-307 BC. Stater. (8.58 gms.). Pegasus flying left. Helmeted head of Athena left, A before, Thessalian helmet behind. Ravel 1040a. Nice VF, unusual symbol. (175)

LAKONIA CORINTHIA 40.

C o r i n t h . Circa 510-486 BC. Stater. (8.16 gms.). Pegasus with curled wing flying right. Helmeted head of Athena right in incuse square. SNG Cop-13. F+/VF, worn obverse die, some porosity. (350)

45.

S p a r t a . Circa 219-196 BC. Triobol. (2.27 gms.). Laureate bust of Herakles right. Λ A and caps of the Dioscuri either side of amphora. Gruneauer G VIII, 38-49. Toned good VF. Very Rare. (600) One of the few silver coins obtainable from Sparta.


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CRETE 46. G o r t y n a . Circa 2 n d - l s t Century BC. Drachm. (2.90 gms.). Bearded bust of Zeus right. Apollo seated left on rock with bow. Svoronos XVI, 16; BMC 49. Toned near EF. (325)

PAPHLAGONIA 47. S i n o p e . Circa 306-290 BC. Tetrobol. (2.11 gms.). Turreted bust of Tyche left. Prow of ship, aplustre before. BMC 26ff. Toned good VF. (200)

51.

Kyzikos. Circa 500 BC. EL Hecte. (2.65 gms.). Nike running left, looking back, holding tunny. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 121. RNS "Coin Hoards", Vol. I, plate 2, #24 (this coin). VF+. Rare. (1250)

52.

K y z i k o s . Circa 500 BC. EL Twelfth. (1.33 gms.). Raven right on tunny fish, another fish above wing. Irregular incuse punch. Boston M F A 1397. Near VF. Scarce. (250)

53.

K y z i k o s . Circa 500 BC. EL 1/12 Stater. (1.30 gms.). Goat's head left on tunny. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 48. VF. (325)

2X EL 2X MYSIA 48. K y z i k o s . Circa 575 BC. EL 1/24 Stater. (0.61 gms.). Tunny fish. Incuse punch. Brett 1387. VF. (275) T h i s lot and all the f o l l o w i n g fractional e l e c t r u m c o i n s are p h o t o g r a p h e d at 2X.

49.

54.

K y z i k o s . Circa 500 BC. EL 1/12 Stater. (1.35 gms.). Goat's head left on tunny. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 48. VF. (325)

55.

K y z i k o s . Circa 500 BC. EL 1/12 Stater. (1.36 gms.). Youth kneeling left, holding tunny. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 112. Near EF. (475)

56.

K y z i k o s . Circa 500 BC. EL 1/12 Stater. (1.21 gms.). Boar's head left, tunny behind. Quadripartite incuse square. Rosen-, Von Fritze- . VF. Extremely Rare. (675)

Kyzikos. Circa 550-475 BC. EL Stater. (15.96 gms.). Griffin crouching left on tunny fish, right paw raised. Quadripartite incuse square of mill-sail pattern. Rosen 476 (this coin). VF, irregular flan, obv. off-center. (2800)

EL 50.

57.

K y z i k o s . Circa 500 BC. EL Hecte. (2.66 gms.). Forepart of griffin left, tunny before. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 98. Good VF. Rare. (1500)

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K y z i k o s . Circa 500-450 BC. EL Twelfth. (1.37 gms.). Head of Attis right on tunny fish. Quadripartite incuse square. SNG Van Aulock-1207. VF, light marks in field. (350)


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59.

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2X

K y z i k o s . Circa 5 0 0 B C . EL 1/24 Stater. (0.61 gms.). Youth kneeling left, holding tunny. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 112. VF+. (225)

EL

2X

64.

M y t i l e n e . Circa 520 BC. E L 1/12 Stater. (1.14 gms.). C a l f s head left. Incuse punch. Rosen 277, Bodenstedt-. Good Fine. Extremely Rare. (675) A typical example of this extremely rare initial issue of Mytilene. PHOTOGRAPHED AT 2X as are the remaining fractional electrum coins.

65.

M y t i l e n e . C i r c a 4 5 4 - 4 2 7 B C . EL H e c t e . (2.51 g m s . ) . Laureate head of Apollo right. T w o ram's heads confronting d o w n w a r d s , p a l m e t t e a b o v e and b e l o w ; all within i n c u s e square. Bodenstedt 57 (rev. die β), Boston M F A 1703 (same rev. die). Good VF. (1100)

K y z i k o s . Circa 4 5 0 BC. EL 1/24 Stater. (0.66 gms.) Lion devouring right on tunny. Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 177. VF. Rare. (475)

L a m p s a c u s . Circa 390-330 BC. Diobol. (1.22 gms.). Janiform head of Dioscuri. Helmeted head of Athena right. SNG (50) C o p . - 1 8 9 . V F , light porosity.

2X 66.

61.

Pergamum, Kings of. Attalus I. 241-197 BC. T e t r a d r a c h m . (16.97 gms.). Head of Philetairos right. Athena seated left, m o n o g r a m and bunch of grapes to left. SNG Cop. 336. Good VF, high relief portrait, old scratch across field and neck on obverse. (450)

TROAS 62.

M y t i l e n e . Circa 412-378 BC. EL Hecte. (2.46 gms.). Head of Z e u s A m m o n right. F e m a l e head right, wearing Stephane, within incuse square. Bodenstedt 67 (obv. die a), Boston 1710. Good VF. (1100)

AEOLIS

K e b r e n . Circa 5th Century BC. Trihemiobol. (1.46 gms.). Ram's head right. Incuse square with alternating sunken and relief quarters. B M C -3. VF, light porosity. (200)

67.

LESBOS

IONIA

63.

68.

M e t h y m n a . C i r c a 5 0 0 - 4 5 0 B C . D r a c h m . (2.97 g m s . ) . Helmeted head of Athena left. Μ Α θ in field around amphora. SNG Cop 349. VF, porous surfaces. Rare. (300)

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M y r i n a . Circa 2 n d - l s t Centuries BC. T e t r a d r a c h m . (16.17 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Apollo standing left, holding branches and patera; at feet, ompholos and amphora, monogram to left Not listed in major references, cf. SNG Cop.221. EF/VF+, lightly porous surfaces. (500)

EL ,,

2X

C i m m e r i a n s " . Circa 500 BC. EL 1/24 Stater. (0.56 gms.). Portion of linear lion's head. Incuse punch. Weidauer 125. VF+. (325)


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EL

76.

M i l e t u s . Circa 350-300 BC. Drachm. (3.50 gms.). Laureate head of A p o l l o l e f t . Lion w a l k i n g left, f a c i n g right, magistrate's name below. BMC 59. Nice VF. (200)

77.

P h o k a i a . Circa 521-478 BC. EL Hecte. (2.49 gms.). Ram's head left, seal right below. Quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 37, Boston 1896. Good VF, well-centered for issue. (1400)

78.

Phokaia. Circa 387-326 BC. EL Hecte. (2.53 gms.). Head of Pan left, wearing ivy-wreath. Quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 97, Boston 1924. Good VF. (1100)

2X

" C i m m e r i a n s " . Circa 500 BC. EL 1/48 Stater. (0.28 gms.). Portion of linear lion's head. Incuse punch. Weidauer 125. EF. Rare. (475) This series was struck using one die for all denominations, fractions can only show a portion of the design.

EL 71.

2X

" C i m m e r i a n s " . Circa 500 BC. El 1/48 Stater. (0.29 gms.). Portion of linear lion's head. Incuse punch. Weidauer 125. VF+. (325)

EL 70.

LTD.

2X

" C i m m e r i a n s " . Circa 500 BC. EL 1/48 Stater. (0.29 gms.). Portion of linear lion's head. Incuse punch. Weidauer 125. EF. Rare. (475)

72.

G o l o p h o n . Circa 3 8 9 - 3 5 0 B C . Diobol. (1.15 g m s . ) . Laureate head of Apollo left. Lyre. SNG Cop.-140. Nice VF. (50)

73.

M i l e t u s . Circa 6th-5th Century BC. Diobol. (1.19 gms.). Protome of lion left with head turned back over shoulder. Stellate pattern in incuse square. SNG Cop.952. VF. (65)

79.

T e o s . Circa 544-494 BC. Stater. (11.76 gms.). Griffin seated right with left foreleg raised, THION around, grain of com to right. Quadripartite incuse square. BMC 14; 310, 8. Good VF, light porosity. (500)

74.

M i l e t u s . Circa 6th-5th Century BC. Diobol. (1.21 gms.). Protome of lion left with head turned back over shoulder . Stellate pattern in incuse square. SNG Cop.-952. VF. (75)

80.

T e o s . Late 5th Century BC. Obol. (0.94 gms.). Griffin right with raised paw. Magistrate's name in quadripartite incuse square. MEN...? cf. BMC Ionia-22. Fine. (50)

c 75.

2X

Uncertain City. Circa 675 BC. EL l/12th Stater. (1.07 gms.). Typeless obverse. Incuse punch. Weidauer 9. EF. Very Rare (1250) This is one of the first Greek coins.

M i l e t u s . Circa 5th Century BC. Diobol. (1.16 gms.). Protome of lion left, head turned right. Stellate pattern in (75) incuse square. SNG Cop-952. VF.

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CLASSICAL

89. U n c e r t a i n City. Circa 575 BC. EL Hecte. (2.48 gms.). Raised linear square. Quadripartite incuse square. Rosen 319. EF. (875)

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Uncertain City. Circa 500 BC. EL 1/48 Stater. (0.26 gms.). Facing panther's head. Scorpion in punch. Weidauer 167. Good VF. (325)

mΦ EL

90.

2X

EL

EL

u EL

2X

Uncertain City. Circa 500 BC. EL 1/48 Stater. (0.25 gms.). Eye. Incuse punch. Rosen 355var. EF. (375)

2X

q

93.

94.

95. Uncertain City. Circa 550 BC. EL 1/48 Stater. (0.33 gms.). Pelleted cross, pellets in angles. Incuse punch. Rosen 344. EF. Very Rare. (575)

Uncertain City. Circa 500 BC. EL 1/24 Stater. (0.64 gms.) Greek helmet right. Quadripartite incuse square. Rosen-, VF+. Very Rare. (675)

13.

EL

©

2X

Uncertain City. Circa 500 BC. EL 1/96 Stater. (0.16 gms.). Owl standing right. Incuse punch. Rosen-, BMC-. Good Fine. Very Rare. (225)

LYDIA, Persian 96.

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El EL 2X Uncertain City. Circa 500 BC. EL 1/96 Stater. (0.11 gms.). Pellet with linear flare. Incuse punch. Rosen 356var. EF. (375)

t? 2X

2X

Uncertain City. Circa 500 BC. EL 1/96 Stater. (0.12 gms.). Lion's paw. Incuse punch. Rosen 285var. VF. (225)

φ

2X

Uncertain City. Circa 550 BC. EL 1/24 Stater. (0.60 gms.). Rose with central pellet. Incuse punch, cf. Rosen sale, M&M 72, lot 13. Good VF. Rare. (475)

EL

m

EL

Uncertain City. Circa 550 BC. EL 1/24 Stater. (0.54 gms.). Linear weaving pattern. Incuse punch. Rosen-, BMC-. EF. Very Rare. (575)

EL

2X

EL 92.

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Uncertain City. Circa 500 BC. EL 1/48 Stater. (0.37 gms.). Fibula. Incuse punch. Rosen 338. EF. (675) Ex: Sternberg XII, lot 237.

Uncertain City. Circa 575 BC. EL 1/48 Stater. (0.29 gms.) Raised square "Swastika". Quadripartite incuse punch . Sear 3465. EF. (325)

EL

2X

Uncertain City. Circa 500 BC. EL 1/48 Stater. (0.27 gms.). Man's head right. Incuse punch. Weidauer 194. VF. (375)

U n c e r t a i n C i t y . Circa 575 BC. EL 1/24 Stater. (0.62 gms.) Raised square "Swastika". Quadripartite incuse punch. Rosen 366. EF. (325) 91.

LTD.

Kings of.

Period of Artaxerxes I to Darius I I I . 4 5 0 - 3 3 0 BC. Siglos. (5.57 gms.). Persian king kneeling right, holding spear and bow. Oblong incuse punch-mark. cf. Sear 4682. (50) Toned VF.


CLASSICAL

210.

98.

99.

NUMISMATIC

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LTD.

Period of A r t a x e r x e s I to Darius I I I . 4 5 0 - 3 3 0 BC. Siglos. (5.53 gms.). Persian king kneeling right, holding spear and bow. Oblong incuse punch-mark. cf. Sear 4682. Lightly toned VF. (50)

103.

Tlos. Circa 400-390 BC. Obol. (0.69 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Head of Dynast left in incuse square. BMC-. SNG Cop-. SNG Von Aulock-. Apparently unpublished. VF, struck from worn and cracked dies. (150)

104.

Z a g a . Circa 380 BC. Obol. (0.79 gms.). Hanging forepart of lion's pelt. Triskeles in incuse circle, cf. BMC-154. VF, surface pitting. Rare. (100)

105.

Uncertain Dynast. Circa 4th century BC. Hemiobol. (0.26 gms.). Head of boar left. Head of Dynast in Persian cap left, in incuse circle. BMC-. SNG Cop-. SNG Von Aulock-. Apparently unpublished. Fine/VF. (100)

Period of A r t a x e r x e s I to Darius I I I . 4 5 0 - 3 3 0 BC. Siglos. (5.60 gms.). Persian king kneeling right, holding dagger and bow. Oblong incuse punch-mark. cf. Sear 4683. Near VF, scarce. (25)

Period of A r t a x e r x e s I to Darius I I I . 4 5 0 - 3 3 0 BC. Siglos. (5.27 gms.). Persian king kneeling right, holding dagger (?) and bow. Oblong incuse punch-mark. cf. Sear 4683. Near VF, part of design missing. (200)

LYDIA 100.

Tralles. Circa 155-145 BC. Cistophoric Tetradrachm. (12.49 gms.). Cista mystica with serpent, ivy wreath around. Bow case between two coiled serpents, star and club to right. Kleiner and Noe, Early Cistophoric Coinage, Series 31. VF, weak obverse, scratch on reverse. (75)

PAMPH YLIA 106.

LYCIA, 101.

216.

Dynasts

A s p e n d u s . Circa 4th-3rd Centuries BC. Obol. (0.84 gms.). Gorgoneion head facing. Helmeted head of Athena right. SNG Cop.-250. VF, light porosity. (75)

of.

U v u g . Circa 5th century BC. Triobol. (1.42 gms.). Forepart of man-headed bull right. Female head right, in incuse dotted square. SNG Cop.-17. F/aVF. (100)

CILICIA

X a n t h o s ? Circa 4 1 0 - 4 0 0 BC. Hemiobol. (0.32 gms.). Hclmctcd head of Athena right. Laureate head of Apollo right in incuse circle, cf. SNG Von Aulock 4197. VF, die cracks reverse. (100)

107.

14

N a g i d o s . Circa 390-380 BC. Obol. (0.65 gms.). Head of Aphrodite right . Head of Dionysus right. SNG Cop.-176. VF, lightly porous. (!00)


CLASSICAL

108.

T a r s o s . M a z a i o s . 361-334 BC. Stater. (10.96 gms.). Baal of Tarsos enthroned left, head facing; holding eagle, corn-ear and bunch of grapes with right hand, sceptre with left. Lion attacking bull, both left. SNG Levante 106. Superb EF, wellcentered. (800)

109.

T a r s o s ? Circa 4th Century BC. Obol. (0.80 gms.). Forepart of winged horse right. Male head with pointed beard right. SGC Î -5658. Fine +. (75)

C A P P A D O C I A , K i n g s of. 110. Ariarathes IX. 99-87 BC. Drachm. (4.12 gms.).Year 13=87 BC. Diademed head of king right. Helmeted figure of Athena standing left, holding Victory, spear and shield, monogram below arm. BMC Galatia -6. Nice VF, some verdigris on edge, nice portrait. (100)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

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SYRIA, Seleucid Kings of. 113. S e l e u c u s I . 3 1 2 - 2 8 0 BC. T e t r a d r a c h m . (16.58 gms.). Antioch mint. c. 300-286 BC. Head of Herakles in lion's skin right. Zeus seated on throne left, holding Victory and sceptre, monogram to left. Newell, WSM-907. VF, few scrapes and scratches. (350)

1 14.

A n t i o c h u s I. 280-261 BC. Tetradrachm. (14.31 gms.). Diademed head right. Apollo seated left on omphalos, holding two arrows with right hand and resting left on bow. Newell ESM 189. VF, light porosity from old cleaning, starting to retone. (150)

115.

T r y p h o n . 142-138 BC. Drachm. (4.24 gms.). Diademed head of Tryphon right. Macedonian helmet with spike, cheek pieces and ibex horn. Houghton, ACNAC 258 (this coin). Toned VF, very rare and seldom offered for sale. (350)

UNCERTAIN ASIA MINOR 111. L y c i a ? Circa 5th Century BC. Diobol. (1.01 gms.). Head of boar with pronounced tusk right . Head of man-headed bull right in incuse square. Possibly unpublished? VF, striated obverse die. (200)

112.

Uncertain? Circa 4th Century BC? Obol. (0.76 gms.). Threequarter facing bust of Apollo wearing chlamys. Female bust right with elaborate braids down back. Possibly unpublished? Nice VF, slight porosity. (100)

A n t i o c h u s VII. 138-129 BC. Tetradrachm. (16.46 gms.). Diademed head right. Athena standing left holding Nike. Houghton, ACNAC 264 (this coin). VF, scratch on check. (250)


CLASSICAL

17.

18.

19.

20.

21.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Antiochus V I I . 1 3 8 - 1 2 9 B C . D r a c h m . (3.97 g m s . ) . Diademed head right. Nike walking left holding wreath. Houghton, ACNAC 268 (this coin). VF, small flan crack. (75)

JUDAEA

Antiochus V I I . 138-129 B C . D r a c h m . (3.89 gms.). Diademed head right. Nike walking left holding wreath. Houghton, ACNAC 269 (this coin). VF. (125)

PARTHIA, 123.

A r s a c e s I I . C i r c a 2 1 1 - 1 9 1 BC. D r a c h m . (4.28 gms.). Hekatompylos mint. Head wearing bashlyk left. Archer seated right. Sell.-5.1. Toned good VF. (300)

A n t i o c h u s V I I . 1 3 8 - 1 2 9 B C . D r a c h m . (3.98 g m s . ) . Diademed head right. Nike walking left holding wreath. Houghton, ACNAC 270 (this coin). VF. (125)

124.

Arsaces II. Circa 211-191 BC. Drachm. (4.15 gms.). Rhagae mint. Head wearing bashlyk left. Archer seated right, eagle to right. Sell.-6.1. Nice VF+. (300)

125.

M i t h r a d a t e s I. Circa 171-138 BC. Drachm. (3.68 gms.). Hekatompylos mint. Bust in bashlyk left. Archer seated on omphalos right. Sell.-9.1. Good VF, porous. (150)

126.

M i t h r a d a t e s I. Circa 171-138 BC. Drachm. (3.85 gms.). Hekatompylos mint. Bust in bashlyk left. Archer seated on omphalos right. Sell.-10.1. Toned VF, few old digs and scrapes. (125)

122.

First R e v o l t . 66-70 CE. Year 2(67 CE). Shekel. (14.19 gms.). Chalice with a pearled rim and raised base. Stem with three pomegranates. Hendin 121. Toned choice EF. (1750)

Kings

of.

Demetrius II. 2nd reign. 130-125 BC. Tetradrachm. (13.85 gms.). T y r e mint. 125 BC. Diademed head right. Eagle standing left on prow, club to left, monograms and date in fields. BMC-11. Darkly toned VF, slight scratches on cheek. (100)

Seleucus VI. 96-95 B C . Drachm. (3.71gms.). Diademed head of Seleucus VI right. Victory advancing left, extending wreath, monograms to left. Houghton, ACNAC-366. Near VF, some flatness on reverse, rare. (75)

Φ Φ M i t h r a d a t e s I. Circa 171-138 BC. Obol. (0.45 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bearded bust right. Bust in bashlyk right. Sell.-12.5. Good Fine, porous. (50)


CLASSICAL

LTD.

O r o d e s II. C i r c a 5 7 - 3 8 B C . D r a c h m . (4.10 g m s . ) . Mithradatkart mint. Diademed bust left between crescent and star. Archer seated right. Sellwood-47.9. EF, mottled dark toning. (125)

P h r a a t e s II. Circa 138-127 BC. Drachm. (4.01 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bearded bust left. Archer seated on omphalos right. Sell-16.3. Porous VF. (100)

Orodes II. Circa 57-38 BC. Drachm. (4.04 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Diademed bust left, between crescent and star to right, star to left. Archer seated right. Sellwood-48.6. Toned EF, weak reverse. (150)

Orodes II. Circa 57-38 BC. Drachm. (3.72 gms.). Rhagae mint. Diademed bust left between star and crescent and star. Archer seated right. Sellwood^8.10. VF. (200)

Mithradates II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (4.01 gms.). Rhagae mint. Diademed bust left. Archer seated right. Sellwood-26.4. Toned VF. (60)

Orodes II. Circa 57-38 BC. Drachm. (3.73 gms.). Rhagae mint. Bust left, star and crescent and star above. Archer seated right, anchor behind chair. Sell-48.10. Darkly toned VF, few scratches. (75)

M i t h r a d a t e s II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (4.03 gms.). Rhagae mint. Diademed bust left. Archer seated right. Sellwood 27.1. Toned good VF. (75)

53.

AUCTIONS,

P h r a a t e s II. Circa 138-127 BC. Drachm. (3.26 gms.). Tambrax mint. Diademed bust left, ΤΑΜ behind. Archer seated right. Sellwood-16.11. Lightly toned VF. (100)

M i t h r a d a t e s II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (3.99 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bearded bust left. Archer seated right. Sell26.1. Toned good VF. (60)

1.

NUMISMATIC

Orodes II. Circa 57-38 BC. Obol. (0.63 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left, wart on brow. Archer seated right. Sell.-48.15. Toned VF+. (200)

Orodes Π. Circa 57-38 BC. Obol. (0.58 gms.). Rhagae mint. Bust left, wart on brow. Archer seated right. Sell.-48.17. Toned good VF. (200) All Parthian fractions are scarce, and rare in nice condition.

M i t h r a d a t e s II. Circa 123-88 BC. Drachm. (4.11 gms.). Bust left in tiara with central star. Archer seated right. Sellwood-28.7. Toned EF. (150)

17.


CLASSICAL

140.

141.

142.

143.

144.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Phraates I V . Circa 38-2 BC. Drachm. (3.76 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left, wart on brow. Archer seated right. Sell-51.44. Toned VF+/VF. (50)

Artabanus II. Circa 10-38 AD. Billon Tetradrachm. (13.31 gms.). Seleucia mint. Bust in tiara facing. King on horseback receiving palm from Tyche. Artemisius 338 = April 26 AD. Sell.-63.1. Toned Fine, dig on reverse, scarce. (200)

Phraates IV. Circa 38-2 BC. Drachm. (3.91 gms.). Court at Rhagae mint. Bust left, eagle with wreath above to right. Archer enthroned right. Sell-52.13. Toned VF+. (60)

A r t a b a n u s I I . Circa 10-38 AD. Drachm. (3.75 gms.). Mithradatkart mint. Bust left with square cut beard, star over crescent before. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 63.12. EF. (50)

Phraates IV. Circa 38-2 BC. Drachm. (3.99 gms.). Court at Rhagae mint. Bust left, eagle with wreath above to right. Archer enthroned right. Sell.-52.13. Toned good VF. (60)

A r t a b a n u s I I . Circa 10-38 AD. Drachm. (3.70 gms.). Margiane mint. Bust left with square cut beard, star over crescent before. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 63.12. EF, crude reverse die. (50)

Phraates I V . Circa 38-2 BC. Drachm. (3.90 gms.). Laodicea mint. Bust left, eagle with wreath above to right. Archer seated right. Sell.-52.16. Darkly toned VF+. Scarce. (75)

Vardanes I. Circa 40-45 AD. Drachm. (3.53 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left. Archer seated right. Sell.-64.31. Nice VF+, slightly ragged edge on flan. (75)

Phraates IV. Circa 38-2 BC. Drachm. (4.00 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left, star and eagle above to left and right. Archer seated right. Sell.-53.3. Toned VF+, some light verdigris. (75) Gotarzes II. Circa 40-51 AD. Billon Tetradrachm. (14.30 gms.). Seleucia mint. Bearded bust left. Tyche presenting wreath to seated king. Year 360 =48 AD. Sell.-65.20ff. Darkly toned VF. ‫״‬ rtt)t1_ .iffflTiTI» (225)

145.

P h r a a t a c e s . Circa 2 BC-4 AD. Drachm. (3.62 gms.). Mithradatkart mint. Diademed bust left being crowned by Victory, crescent and star to left. Archer seated right. Sellwood-56.6. VF. (50)

151.

18

Vonones II. Circa 51 AD. Drachm. (3.72 gms.). Facing bust in tiara between two stars. Archer seated right. Sellwood-67.1. VF with some light, red encrustation. (75)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

152.

Vonones II. Circa 51 AD. Drachm. (3.70 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Facing bust between two stars. Archer seated right. Sellwood-67.1var. VF, light verdigris on reverse. (100) Stars placed at cheek level instead of at brow, as normal type.

158.

V o l o g a s e s IV. Circa 147-191 AD. Drachm. (3.87 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left in tiara. Archer seated left, chair shown as X. Sellwood-84.128. EF. (75)

153.

V a r d a n e s II. Circa 55-58 AD. Drachm. (3.79 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left with semicircular cut beard. Archer enthroned right. Sellwood 69.13. EF. (50)

159.

V o l o g a s e s IV. Circa 147-191 AD. Drachm. (3.80 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust in tiara left. Archer seated right, chair shown as Δ. Sellwood-84.130. EF. (75)

154.

Vologases III. Circa 105-147 AD. Drachm. (3.75 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Diademed bust left. Archer seated right. No dot beneath monogram. Sellwood-78.4 var. EF. (65)

160.

Vologases IV. Circa 147-191 AD. Drachm. (3.22 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust in tiara left. Archer seated right. Sell.84.132. Toned good VF. (75)

Osroes I. Circa 109-129 AD. Drachm. (3.69 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left, hair tied in a bunch. Archer seated right. Sell.80.1. Toned EF/VF+, rare. (45 0) This specimen is from an old collection and not the recent small find of these coins that have been on the marketplace.

161.

Vologases IV. Circa 147-191 AD. Drachm. (3.79 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust in tiara left. Archer seated right, chair shown as A. Sellwood-84.132. EF. (75)

155.

156.

P a r t h a m a s p a t e s . Circa 116 AD. Drachm. (3.64 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left in tiara. Archer seated right. Sellwood-81.1. Good VF. (150)

162.

Osroes II. Circa 190 AD. Drachm. (3.27 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust in tiara left. Crude representation of archer seated right. Sell.-85.3. Near EF. (50)

157.

P a r t h a m a s p a t e s . Circa 116 AD. Drachm. (3.48 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust in elaborate tiara left. Archer seated right. Sell-81.1. Toned VF, broad planchet. (150)

163.

V o l o g a s e s VI. Circa 208-228 AD. Drachm. (3.72 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust in tiara left. Archer seated right. Sell.88.22. Toned good VF. (50)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

SCYTHIANS 1 64.

Azes II. Circa 35 BC -5 AD. Drachm. (2.23 gms.). Taxila mint. King on horseback riding right. Zeus standing facing left, holding Victory and staff, cf. Mitchner, ACW 2431-2. Near VF, lightly porous. (75)

SASANIA, 165.

166.

Kings

169.

Y a z d g a r d I . 399-420 AD. Drachm. (4.03 gms.). Ardaser mint. Crowned bust right. Firealtar. Gobi 147, Sellwood 41.VF. (75)

170.

Yazdgard I I . 438-457 AD. Drachm. (4.12 gms.). VehArdashir mint. Crowned bust right. Firealtar. Gobi 165. Sellwood 47. EF, rare. (75)

171.

Peroz. 457-484 AD. AV Dinar. (3.78 gms.). Susa mint. Bust right. Firealtar. Gobi 172. VF, rare, struck from rusty dies. (750)

172.

Khusru I . 590-628 AD. Drachm. (4.11 gms.). Susa mint. Draped bust of king right in elaborate crown. Two attendants by fire altar. Sellwood page 155, type Î . VF+. (35)

of.

Ardashir I. 224-241 AD. Drachm. (4.30 gms.). Crowned bust right. Firealtar. Gobi 10, Sellwood 10. Toned VF. (200)

Shapur I. 241-272 AD. Drachm. ( 3.54 gms.). Crowned bust right. Firealtar. Gobi 23. Nice VF. (150)

167.

Shapur I. 241-272 AD. Drachm. (4.38 gms.). Draped bust of king right in elaborate crown with ear flaps. Two attendants by fire altar. Sellwood page 83, #14. Good VF. (150)

168.

Shapur II. 307-379 AD. Drachm. (4.09 gms.). Crowned bust right. Firealtar. Gobi 102, Sellwood 32. Toned nice VF. (85)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

ELYMAIS 176.

K a m n a s k i r e s VI. 58-106 AD. Billon Tetradrachm. (14.82 gms.). Bust left, crescent and trident behind. Crude bust left, inscription around. De Morgan 17v. (No pellet above trident). VF. (120)

177.

K a m n a s k i r e s VI. 58-106 AD. Billon Tetradrachm. (14.90 gms.). Bust left; crescent, pellet and trident behind. Crude bust left, inscription around. De Morgan 17. VF. (120)

KUSHANO-SASANIAN 173.

H o r m a z d K u s h a n s h a h . Circa 300-325 AD. AV Stater. (7.86 gms.). Balkh mint. King standing facing left, sacrificing over altar. Siva standing in front of bull. MAC-1271. EF, good gold. (600)

PERSIS,

174.

175.

21

of.

A r t a x e r x e s . Circa 4th Century BC. Drachm. (4.02 gms.). Head in Persian cap right. King to left of fire altar, standard to right, cf. BMC Arabia page 198, #2. Alram 523. VF, scarce. (500)

179.

Autophradates I. Circa 250-200 BC. Drachm. (4.11 gms.). Head of Autophradates right, wearing Persian tiara tied with diadem, flaps covering chin. King standing right before fire temple; to right, standard with tassels. Sear 6192. Toned EF, very rare. (1200)

Varhran I. 371-385 AD. Drachm. (4.03 gms.). Crowned bust right. Firealtar. Carter ANSMN 30, 41. Gobi Em 8. EF, rare. (250)

Varhran I. 371-385 AD. Drachm. (4.03 gms.). Crowned bust right. Firealtar, with Brahmi name below : NAMDA . Gobi 9, M A C 1305. EF, rare. (250)

Kings

178.


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

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BACTRIA, Indo-Greek

K i n g s of.

180.

A n t i m a c h o s . Circa 171-160 BC. Drachm. (2.41 gms.). c. 168-160 BC. Taxila mint. Nike advancing left, holding wreath and palm. King on horseback riding right. Mitchner ACW1674. Toned VF. (50)

181.

A n t i m a c h o s . Circa 171-160 BC. Drachm. (2.42 gms.). Nike advancing left, holding palm and wreath. King on horseback prancing right. Mitchiner 135b. Nice VF. (50)

182.

186.

M e n a n d e r . Circa 160-145 B C . D r a c h m . (2.41 gms.). Pushkalavati mint. Diademed bust left, seen f r o m back, holding spear. Athena Promachus standing facing right, m o n o g r a m to left. c f . M i t c h n e r A C W 1788 (1786 for monogram). Near VF/Fine+. (100)

187.

M e n a n d e r . Circa 160-145 BC. D r a c h m . (2.42 gms.). Pushkalavati mint. Diademed bust left, seen f r o m back, holding spear. Athena Promachus advancing left. ACW 1789. VF, lightly porous. (75)

A p o l l o d a t u s . Circa 160-150 BC. Square drachm. (2.39 gms.). Jammu mint. Elephant facing right. Bull facing right. Mitchner, ACW-1756. Near VF, some encrustation. (75)

183.

M e n a n d e r . Circa 160-145 BC. D r a c h m . (2.46 gms.). Pushkalavati mint. Diademed bust right . Athena Promachus advancing left, ornate monogram to left. ACW 1769-70. VF, nice toning. (100)

184.

M e n a n d e r . Circa 160-145 BC. D r a c h m . (2.41 gms.). Pushkalavati mint. Bust right in decorated helmet. Athena Promachus advancing left. cf. ACW 1779(1776 for marks). Toned VF+, slightly double struck. (100)

185.

M e n a n d e r . Circa 160-145 BC. D r a c h m . (2.41 gms.). Pushkalavati mint. Bust right in decorated helmet. Athena Promachus advancing left. ACW 1779. Toned VF. (75)

A n t i a l c i d a s . Circa 145-135 BC. Drachm. (2.43 gms.). Pushkalavati mint. Diademed and draped bust right. Zeus seated left, holding Nike, forepart of elephant to left, monogram below throne. MAC-1840var. Good VF. (150)

22

189.

A n t i a l c i d e s . Circa 145-135 BC. Drachm. (2.44 gms.). Pushkalavati mint. Bust right wearing kausia. Zeus seated left, holding Victory, forepart of elephant to left. Mitchner, ACW 1844-46. Darkly toned VF. (200)

190.

Strato. Circa 130-110 BC. Drachm. (2.17 gms.). Kohat mint. Diademed and draped bust right. Pallas Athena advancing left, monogram to left. MAC 1934. Toned VF, good portrait. (200)


CLASSICAL

E G Y P T , P t o l e m a i c K i n g s of. 191. P t o l e m y II. 286-245 BC. T e t r a d r a c h m . (13.67 gms. ) Diademed head right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, monograms in left field. cf.SNG Cop-87. VF, light marks in fields. (125)

ZEUGITANIA 192. C a r t h a g e . Circa 213-211 BC. Quarter shekel. (1.84 gms.). Male head right, wreathed in grain ears. Horse galloping right, Punic letters below. SNG Cop-380. VF+, darker toning on horse. Scarce. (150)

G R E E K JE

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

SAMNIUM 195. A e s e r n i a . After 263 BC. JE 18mm. (6.33 gms.). Head of Hephestus left, tongs behind. Zeus driving biga right, Nike flying above. SNG ANS-118, SNG Cop-256. Near VF, dark brown patina with lighter highlights, possible over-striking. Scarce. (75)

CAMPANIA 196. Cales. After 268 BC. JE 20mm. (6.57 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left, grain ear behind. Man-headed bull right, lyre above, uncertain symbol above, cf. SNG Cop-316. VF, centers weak and porous, nice green patina, remarkably fine face on bull. (75)

197.

Cales. After 268 BC. JE 18 mm. (6.92 gms.). Head of Athena left in Corinthian helmet. Rooster standing right. SNG ANS188, SNG Cop-322. Near VF, brown patina, pitting. (40)

198.

Capua. After 268 BC. JE Biuncia. (13.09 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right. Artemis driving biga right. SNG ANS-206, SNG Cop-333. VF, dark green-brown patina. (100)

199.

C o m p u l t e r i a . Circa 268-240 BC. JE 17mm. (4.43 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left. Nike flying above man-headed bull right. SNG ANS-228, SNG Cop-354. Near VF, smooth light green patina. (75)

SPAIN Carbula (Cordoba). Circa 80 BC. JE 32mm. (21.50 gms.). Male head right. Seven-string lyre, CARBVLA around. Heiss page 295. Burgos-335. VF, dark green patina, surfaces smoothed. (250)

Carthago Nova? Period of 2nd Punic War. JE 13mm. (1.62 gms.). Head of Tanit left. Helmet in dotted circle. Villaronga114. Near VF, coarse black patina. Scarce. (75)

NUMISMATIC


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

200.

Luceria. Before 217 BC. JE Uncia. (3.41 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Toad. SNG ANS-709. F/VF, dark green patina with reddish highlights. Scarce and unusual. (125)

201.

Suessa Aurunca. Circa 268-240 BC. JE 21mm. (6.16 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left. Nike above man-headed bull right. SNG ANS-605, SNG Cop-585. Near VF, green and brown patina. (50)

202.

Suessa Aurunca. Circa 268-240 BC. JE 19mm. (4.99 gms.). Head of Athena left in Corinthian helmet. Rooster standing right. SNG ANS-609, SNG Cop-588. VF, smooth dark green patina. (50)

203.

CALABRIA 205. O r r a . Circa 200-89 BC. IE 16mm. (4.67 gms.). Head of warrior in conical helmet right. Eagle right, grasping thunderbolt. SNG ANS-817, SNG Cop-756. F+, dark brown patina with touches of red. (75)

T e a n u m Sidicinum. After 268 BC. JE 21mm. (6.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena left. Rooster standing right. SNG ANS-625, SNG Cop-594. VF, dark green patina, obverse (50) porous, nice detail on rooster.

206.

Orra. Circa 200-89 BC. JE Quincunx. (4.30 gms.). Wreathed bust of Aphrodite right. Eros striding right, playing lyre. SNG ANS-820, SNG Cop-760. Nice Fine, some scrapes on reverse, green-brown patina. (35)

207.

U x e n t u m . After 89 BC. JE As. ( 9.17 gms.). Helmeted Janiform head. Heracles standing facing half-left, holding club and comucopiae, being crowned by Nike. SNG ANS-1610, SNG Cop-1090. Fine, green patina, scarce. (60)

LUCANIA 208. The Lucani. Circa 3rd Century BC. JE 18mm. (3.15 gms.). Diademed head of Nike left, hair tied back with bow. Ear of barley below. Zeus advancing right, brandishing thunderbolt and spear; in fields, double-headed axe (?) and comucopiae. cf. SNG Cop-1095. VF+/VF, smooth green patina. Excellent depiction of Nike. Wide flan with many details not otherwise visible. Scarce. (150)

209.

APULIA 204. L u c e r i a . B e f o r e 217 BC. JE Quincunx. (14.47 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right, five pellets above. Eightspoked wheel. SNG ANS-699, SNG Cop-659. VF, brown patina with red and green patches. (250)

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M e t a p o n t u m . Circa 4th-3rd Centuries BC. JE 16mm. (5.06 gms.). Helmeted head of Leucippus right. Demeter standing facing, holding long cross-headed torch. SNG ANS-561, SNG Cop-1249. Nice VF, dark brown patina, much clearer than examples cited. (75)


CLASSICAL

210.

M e t a p o n t u m . Circa 4th-3rd Centuries BC. JE 15mm. (2.93 gms.). Youthful head of Dionysus left, wreathed in ivy. Grain stalk, torch on leaf. SNG Cop.-1255. EF, glossy light brown patina. (125)

211.

M e t a p o n t u m . Circa 4th-3rd Centuries BC. JE 10mm. (1.25 gms.). Head of Apollo with ram's horn right. Ear of barley, symbol right (bee?). SNG ANS-587, SNG Cop-1256. Nice near VF, olive-green patina. (50)

212.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

217.

T h u r i u m . Circa 4th Century BC. JE 13mm. (2.60 gms.). Diademed head of Apollo right. Horse galloping right, monogram ΑΣ below. SNG ANS-1201. VF, brown patina with some green encrustation. (50)

218.

T h u r i u m . Circa 4th Century BC. JE 13mm. (2.16 gms.). Diademed head of Apollo right. Horse galloping right, m o n o g r a m ΑΣ below. SNG ANS-1201. VF+, glossy light brown patina. (150)

219.

Velia. After 350 BC. JE 11mm. (1.45 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right. Facing owl with out-spread wings. SNG Cop-1603. Near VF, attractive gray-green patina. (100)

220.

Velia. After 350 BC. JE 13mm. (2.81 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right. Owl standing right, head facing, wings outstretched. SNG ANS-1426. F+, brown patina, rough surfaces. (75)

M e t a p o n t u m . Circa 4th-3rd Centuries BC. JE 17mm. (5.02 gms.). Head of Persephone right, hair wreathed in corn-ears. Two ears of barley, META to left. SNG Cop. 1257. VF+, brown patina, some porosity. (125)

Vl·:‫״‬

213.

P o s e i d o n i a . Circa 390 BC. JE 12mm. (2.53 gms.). Bull butting right, caduceus above. Poseidon striding right. SNG Cop-1317. Good Fine, brown patina, porous surfaces. (35)

214.

P o s e i d o n i a . Circa 390 BC. JE 14mm. (3.45 gms.). Bull butting right, club above. Poseidon striding right, cf. SNG ANS-711. Fine, heavy gray-green patina. (35)

215.

T h u r i u m . Circa 4th Century BC. JE 10mm. (1.41 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Bucranium facing. SNG ANS1195. Nice Fine+, green-brown patina. (50)

BRUTTIUM 216.

221.

T h u r i u m . Circa 4th Century BC. IE 12mm. (1.69 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left. Cornucopiae. SNG ANS-1200. VF, attractive green patina. (125)

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The Bretti. Circa 282-203 BC. JE Sextans. (15.13 gms.). Helmeted head of Ares left, thunderbolt below. Bellona striding right with spear and shield, flying owl to right. SNG ANS-97, SNG Cop-1640. Near VF, black patina, rough edges. (100)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

227.

N u c e r i a . Circa 300 BC. JE 21mm. (10.38 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, uncertain symbol behind head. Horse standing left, pentagram below. SNG ANS-595var, SNG Cop1904var. VF, green-black patina. (125)

228.

Nuceria. Circa 300 BC. JE 15mm. (3.09 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left. Horse standing right, pentagram below. SNG ANS-598. VF, dark brown brown patina, some detail obscured by encrustation. (50)

229.

Petelia. Circa 280-216 BC. JE 18mm. (5.77 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Tripod. SNG ANS-603. VF+, dark brown patina with touches of green and red. (125)

230.

Petelia. Circa 280-216 BC. JE 19mm. (4.65 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Tripod. SNG ANS-603. Nice VF, green and brown patina. (100)

231.

Petelia. Circa 280-216 BC. JE 20mm. (6.35 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Tripod. SNG ANS-603. Good VF, edges rough, brown patina. (75)

232.

P e t e l i a . Circa 280-216 head of Demeter right. holding thunderbolt and smooth dark green patina

T h e Bretti. Circa 282-203 BC. JE Sextans. (17.48 gms.). Head of Ares left in helmet decorated with griffin. Grain ear and two dots behind. Nike crowning trophy left, crescent above and cornucopiae below. SNG Cop-1648. Near VF, lovely dark green-brown patina. (125)

T h e B r e t t i . Circa 282-203 BC. JE Uncia. (7.50 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right. Helmeted soldier advancing right with shield and spear, flying owl below. SNG ANS-106, SNG Cop-1659. Good VF, lovely dark green patina, some minor pitting. (150)

T h e Bretti. Circa 282-203 BC. JE Uncia. (5.91 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, cornucopiae to left. SNG ANS-44, SNG Cop-1663. Near VF, green patina, edges eroded. (75) Ex. Virzi Collection.

L o c r i E p i z e p h y r i i . Circa 300-268 BC. JE 22mm. (11.03 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Persephone seated left on animal-legged chair, holding patera and poppy. SNG ANS570, SNG Cop-1887. VF, brown patina, porous surfaces. ‫;׳־״'־‬-

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N u c e r i a . Circa 300 BC. JE 21mm. (9.96 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Horse standing left, pentagram below. SNG ANS-595, SNG Cop-1904. VF, brown and tan patina with patches of dark green. Sharp strike. (100)

BC. JE 20mm. (8.12 gms.). Veiled Zeus striding half-left, head right, sceptre. SNG Cop-1907. Good VF, with red highlights. Scarce. (200)


CLASSICAL

Petelia. Circa 280-216 BC. JE 11mm. ( l . l l g m s . ) . Diademed head of Herakles right. Club. SNG ANS-609. Fine, dark brown patina, scarce. (100)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

239.

R h e g i u m . After 387 BC. JE 11mm. (1.12 gms.). Lion's scalp facing. RE retrograde in dotted circle. BMC-39. Fine+, dark green patina, porous surfaces. (75)

240.

R h e g i u m . After 387 BC. JE 10mm. (0.70 gms.). Lion's scalp facing. PH in olive spray. SNG Evelpidis 397. VF, smooth green patina with red highlights. Scarce. (175)

241.

R h e g i u m . Circa 270-203 BC. JE 23mm. (7.55 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left, lyre behind. Tripod. SNG ANS710, SNG Cop-1958. Glossy brown EF with a scattering of green verdigris. Excellent high relief portrait of Apollo. (250)

242.

R h e g i u m . Circa 270-203 BC. JE 21 mm. (8.34 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left, hydria with olive spray behind. Tripod. cf.SNG Cop-1955. VF, smooth green-brown patina. (150)

243.

Rhegium. Circa 270-203 BC. JE 23mm. (7.36 gms.). Head of Artemis right. Lion walking right. SNG ANS-725, SNG Cop1962. VF, dark green patina, few old scratches and scrapes. Overstruck, as apparently most of this issue. (75)

Petelia. Circa 280-216 BC. JE 10mm. (1.02 gms.). Head of Herakles wearing taenia right. Club. SNG ANS-609. Nice VF, (125) glossy dark green patina.

Petelia. Circa 216-89 BC. JE Uncia. (3.85 gms.). Helmeted head of Ares right. Nike standing facing left, holding wreath. SNG ANS-607, SNG Cop-1921. Nice VF, dark brown and green patina, much nicer than examples cited. Scarce. (125)

Petelia. Circa 216-89 BC. JE Uncia. (4.71 gms.). Helmeted head of Ares right. Nike standing facing left, holding wreath. SNG ANS-607, SNG Cop-1921. Nice VF, dark brown and green patina. Another exceptional example. (125)

Petelia. Circa 216-89 BC. JE Reduced Uncia. (1.52 gms.). Helmeted head of Ares right, pellet behind. Nike standing facing left, two monograms in left field. SNG ANS-619. Rough Fine+, dark green patina. (50)

Petelia. Circa 216-89 BC. JE Reduced Sextans. (1.67 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, two pellets behind. Artemis striding left, holding torch, rudder in left field. SNG Cop-1918. Near VF, dark green patina. (75)

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CLASSICAL

244.

245.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

249.

A l o n t i o n . Circa 4th Century BC. JE 12mm. (2.07 gms.). Head of Dionysos with ivy wreath right. ΑΛ0ΝΤΙΝΩΝ in laurel wreath. Calciati-11, BMC-8. Nice VF, dark green patina. (125)

250.

C a m p a n i . Circa 3 4 4 - 3 3 6 BC. JE 13mm. (1.79 gms.). C a m p a n i a n helmet. KA m o n o g r a m in wreath. Calciati-2, BMC-4. Near VF, dark green-brown patina. (125)

251.

C e n t u r i p a e . Circa 344-336 BC. JE Dekonkia. (11.83 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right, bird behind head. Thunderbolt. Calciati-3, SNG Cop-211. Near VF, rough brown-green patina. (50)

252.

C e n t a u r i p a e . Circa 344-336 BC. JE Hemilitron. (8.79 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Lyre, three pellets to either side. Calciati-5, SNG Cop-213. VF, variegated green patina. (50)

253.

G e l a . Circa 420-405 BC. JE Trias. (4.07 gms.). Bull standing left, head lowered, three pellets below. Head of river-god wearing diadem right. Calciati-14. Fine+, dark green patina with some red, surfaces lightly smoothed. (75)

R h e g i u m . Circa 270-203 BC. JE 24mm. (5.57 gms.). Head of Artemis right. Aesculapius standing facing, holding staff and bird over tripod. SNG ANS-740. Nice Fine, somewhat porous emerald green patina. (50)

R h e g i u m . Circa 203-89 BC. JE Tetrans. (7.30 gms.). Jugate heads of Artemis and Apollo right. Tripod with four pellets. SNG ANS-743, SNG Cop-1967. Fine/Near VF, pale green p a t i n a with s o m e e n c r u s t a t i o n . R e v e r s e b l u r r e d by overstriking. (65)

246.

R h e g i u m . Circa 203-89 BC. JE Triens. (2.58 gms.). Laureate head of Aesculapius right. Hygieia standing facing left, holding serpent. SNG ANS-789, SNG Cop-1989. Near VF, dark green patina. (65)

247.

R h e g i u m . Circa 203-89 BC. JEU m m . (1.87 gms.) Laureate head of Apollo right. Dioscuri riding right. SNG ANS-799. Fine+, heavy green patina. (50)

SICILY 248. Akragas. Circa 240-210 BC. JE 22mm. (6.69 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right. Eagle standing on thunderbolt, head turned to right. Calciati 145/9 (same dies), SNG Cop-124. Near VF/F, brown patina. (25)

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CLASSICAL

>54.

255.

Gela. Circa 420-405 BC. of river-god with flowing olive branch above, three Gela, 527. VF, dark green

JE Trias. (4.02 gms.). Youthful head hair right. Bull standing facing left, dots in exergue. Jenkins, Coinage of patina. (75)

H i m e r a . Circa 420-407 BC. JE Hemilitron. (3.04 gms.). Head of Nymph left, six pellets before. Two rows of three pellets each; all within laurel-wreath. SNG Cop. 320, Calciati 35 (Onkia). VF+, dark green patina. (150)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

259.

M e n a e n u m . Circa 2 n d - l s t Centuries BC. JE Tétras. (2.86 gms.). Veiled head of Demeter right. Crossed torches, IUI below. Calciati-7, SNG Cop-384. VF, dark green patina. (100)

260.

M o r g a n t i n a . Circa 340 BC. JE 21 mm. (9.02 gms.). Heda of Sikelia right, wreathed with myrtle. Eagle facing left, attacking serpent. Calciati-3, SNG Cop-475. VF, nice smooth red and green patina. (225)

256.

Leontini. Under Roman R u l e . After 210 BC. JE 23mm. (10.10 gms.). Bust of Demeter facing three-quarters right, wreathed with corn-stalks radiating outwards. Nude river-god seated right on rock. Calciati 8. Crude VF, red and green patina, rare. (150)

261.

S y r a c u s e . After 409 BC. JE Litra. (5.87 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena left, Σ Υ Ρ Α retrograde, facing outward. Hippocamp left. Calciati-45var., SNG Cop-721 var. VF, smooth dark green patina. (150)

.257.

The Mamertini. Circa 288-278 BC. JE Double. (8.83 gms.). Laureate head of Ares right, arrowhead behind. Eagle standing on thunderbolt. Calciati-2, BMC-12. VF, dark green with scattered red patina. (200)

262.

S y r a c u s e . Dion. 357-354 BC. JE Laureate head of Zeus Eleutheria grain to right. Calciati-71, SNG patina, spots of active corrosion on

263.

Syracuse. T i m o l e o n . 336-317 BC. JE 18 mm. (4.90 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left, club behind. Pegasus flying left, Α Γ below. Calciati-85 Ds37, SNG Cop-737. VF, olive-green patina. (100)

31.

The Mamertini. Circa 288-278 BC. JE Double. (7.70 gms.). Laureate head of Ares right. Bull butting left, club above, cf. Calciati-10 (Uncia). Near VF, green-brown patina. (200)

Hemilitron. (14.70 right. Thunderbolt, Cop-729. VF, dark edge.

gms.). barley green (75)


CLASSICAL

264.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

S y r a c u s e . T i m o l e o n . 336-317 BC. JE 17 m m . (5.31 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left. Pegasus flying left, Δ below. Calciati-5, SNG Cop-738. VF, dark green-brown patina. (75) ‫ • >· ־‬W

265.

266.

267.

268.

LTD.

269.

Syracuse. A g a t h o c l e s . 317-289 BC. JE 2 2 m m . (9.41 gms.). Bust of Artemis right. Thunderbolt. Calciati-142, SNG Cop-779. VF, yellow-brown patina, edges somewhat rough. (50)

270.

S y r a c u s e . Hikitas. 288-279 BC. JE 24 mm. (10.24 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus Hellanos right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, A in front. Calciati-172 (overstruck issue), SNG Cop-794. Near EF, nice brown patina with touches of red and green. Trace of overstriking. (100)

271.

S y r a c u s e . H i k i t a s . Circa 289-287 BC. JE 21mm. (7.20 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Eagle with out-stretched wings turned to left. Calciati 11-168 R l l . Nice EF, smooth dark green-brown patina. (250)

272.

S y r a c u s e . P y r r h o s in Sicily. 278-275 BC. JE 23 m m . (12.83 gms.). Head of Herakles left in lion's skin. Athena Promachus advancing right with thunderbolt and shield, owl to right. Calciati-177 Rs35, SNG Cop-808. VF, dark green-brown patina. (200)

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S y r a c u s e . A g a t h o c l e s . 317-289 BC. JE 16. (2.83 gms.). Head of Persephone left, astragalus behind. Bull butting left, axe above, Σ Ω below. Calciati-104, SNG Cop-761. Nice VF, smooth gray-green patina. (100)

Syracuse. gms.). Head biga right, Ds89(?). VF,

A g a t h o c l e s . 317-289 BC. JE 20 m m . (8.81 of Persephone left, poppy behind. Nike driving star above, m o n o g r a m b e l o w . Calciati-123 black and brown patina, fields smoothed. (60)

Syracuse. A g a t h o c l e s . 317-289 BC. JE 13mm. (2.12 gms.). Head of Artemis left. Winged thunderbolt. Calciati 140. EF, beautiful dark green patina. (200)

Syracuse. A g a t h o c l e s . 317-289 BC. JE 21 mm. (9.83 gms.). Head of Artemis right. Thunderbolt. Calciati-142, SNG Cop-779. Nice VF. black patina. (100)

30


CLASSICAL

73.

S y r a c u s e . P y r r h o s in Sicily. 278-275 BC. JE (11.16 gms.). Head left of Herakles in lion's scalp. Promachus advancing right, owl to right. BMC-498, Π-177 RS 35. VF, nice green-brown patina.

22mm. Athena Calciati (200)

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Syracuse. Hieron II. 274-216 BC. JE 21mm. (8.41 gms.). Head of Poseidon left. Ornamented trident between two dolphins, letter below left. cf.Calciati-197Rl. VF, smooth brown and green patina. (200)

278.

Syracuse. Hieron II. 274-216 BC. JE 18mm. (7.14 gms.). Diademed head of Poseidon left. Trident; to either side, dolphin. SNG Cop. 850. Nice VF, dark brown patina. (75)

279.

S y r a c u s e . H i e r o n II. 274-216 BC. JE 19mm. (5.53 gms.). Head of Persephone left. Bull butting left, club and M above, IE in exergue. SNG Cop-866. VF, gray-green patina. (100)

280.

Syracuse. Hieron II. 274-216 BC. JE 16mm. (4.30 gms.). Head of Persephone left. Bull butting three-quarters left, club and AP monogram above, IE in exergue. SNG Cop-868. Good VF/VF-, brown patina. (100)

S y r a c u s e . H i e r o n II. 274-216 BC. JE 2 6 m m . (16.11 gms.). Diademed head of Hieron left. Horseman charging right, Ν below. Calciati-195 R122, SNG Cop-838. VF, black patina with green in recesses. (200)

75.

NUMISMATIC

S y r a c u s e . H i e r o n II. 274-216 BC. JE 27mm. (18.22 gms.). Diademed head of Hieron left. Horseman prancing right, holding spear couched, AP below horse. Calciati 195 R1 7/2. Good VF, lovely gray-green patina. (400)

Syracuse. Under Roman Rule. 214-212 BC. JE 21mm. (10.35 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left. Dioscuri riding right. Calciati-205 R112, SNG Cop-888. Fine, brown and green patina. (50)

S y r a c u s e . H i e r o n II. 274-216 BC. JE 21mm. (6.56 gms.). Head of Poseidon left. Ornamented trident between two dolphins. Calciati-197. cf.SNG C o p - 8 4 4 . Fine+, brown patina. (50)

Syracuse. Under Roman Rule. 214-212 BC. JE 14 mm. (3.20 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo left, tight curls falling down neck. Torch. Calciati-221, SNG Cop-895. VF, dark green and brown patina. (100)

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CLASSICAL

283.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Syracuse. Under Roman Rule. 214-212 BC. JE 13mm. (1.53 gms.). Head of Aesculapius right. Serpent entwined around staff. Calciati-223, SNG Cop-908. Good VF, dark green patina, slight porosity. (100)

288.

A l e x a n d e r V. 295 BC. JE 19mm. (5.30 gms.). Head of Alexander right. Horseman riding right, monogram beneath horse. SNG Cop. 1173. Fine, glossy black patina. (35)

S I C I L Y , I s l a n d s off: 284.

285.

286.

Cossura. Circa 1st Century BC. JE 22 mm. (6.01 gms.). Head of Isis left being crowned by Nike. COSSVRA in wreath. Weber 8518, SNG Cop-452(no c/m). Fine+, brown and green patina, scarce. (125)

CHERSONESE

289.

P a n t i c a p a e u m . Circa 3rd Century BC. JE 17mm. (4.55 gms.). Head of satyr left. Bull's head left, Π Α Ν around. SNG Cop. 32. Nice VF, flan defect at 4 o'clock on reverse, attractive brown patina. (150)

290.

P a n t i c a p a e u m . Circa 3rd Century BC. JE 17mm. (4.79 gms.). Head of satyr left. Bull's head left, Π Α Ν around. SNG Cop. 32. Good VF, brown patina. (175)

Punic Sardinia. Circa 300-264 BC. JE 18 mm. (3.95 gms.). Head of Tanit left. Horsehead right. SNG Cop-149. Near VF, dark brown patina with some verdigris. (35)

Punic S a r d i n i a . Circa 264-241 BC. JE 27 m m . (14.34 gms.). Head of Tanit left. Horsehead right, pellet in front. SNG Cop-193. VF, crusty green patina. (50)

MACEDON, 287.

TAURIC

Kings

of.

Civic Issue. After 311 BC. IE 16mm. (3.97 gms.). Gorgon's head in center of shield. Macedonian helmet with symbols; double axe and monogram K. SNG Cop. 1129. VF, dark green patina wih some red, light porosity. (75)

T H R A C E , I s l a n d s off: 291.

S a m o t h r a c e . Circa 2 8 0 BC. JE 2 0 m m . (4.61 gms.). Helmeted and draped bust right of Athena. Cybele seated left, holding patera and sceptre. SNG Cop. 998. VF+, dark greenbrown patina. (125)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

TROAS 297.

Skepsis. Circa 350-310 BC. JE 11mm. (1.05 gms.). Forepart of Pegasus left ending in comucopiae. Fir tree in rectangle, Σ Κ to either side. SNG Cop-483. VF, green and brown patina, rough surfaces. (50)

THESSALY ;92.

P h a l a n n a . Circa 400-344 BC. JE 20mm. (7.19 gms.). Young male head right with short hair, θ behind. Head of the Nymph Phalanna right, hair in sakkos. SNG Cop. 203, BMC 10. EF, dark green patina with touches of red, rare. (500)

CARIA 298.

A l a b a n d a . After 168 BC. JE 18mm. (4.48 gms.). Laureate h e a d of A p o l l o r i g h t . H u m p e d bull b u t t i n g r i g h t , (ΑΛ) AB ΑΝΔΕΩΝ above; in exergue, ...ΜΜΕΝΗΣ (?). (cf BMC -5.), SNG Cop.- . VF, green-brown patina. (125) The reverse type and magistrate's name would possibly place this coin in the pre-189 BC period when the city was known as Antiochea on its coins.

299.

I s l a n d s Off: Rhodes. Circa 88-43 BC. JE 18mm. (4.39 gms.). Radiate head of Helios right. Full-blown rose to front; below, herm. SNG Cop. 875. Good VF, dark green patina with some encrustation on reverse. (100)

PELOPONNESOS '93.

P H L I A S I A , Phlius. Circa 300-200 BC. JE 12mm. (1.95 gms.). Bull butting left. Large Φ with two pellets to either side. BMC 13. VF, dark green-brown patina, scarce. (125)

PONTUS 294.

A m i s u s . Circa 120-63 BC. JE 21mm. (8.45 gms.). Head of Dionysus right. Cista with lion skin. SNG Cop-141. VF, smooth brown patina. (50)

PHRYGIA 300. 295.

A m i s u s . Circa 120-63 BC. JE 21mm. (7.35 gms.). Helmeted head of Ares right. Sword in scabbard, monogram. BMC-40. (cf. BMC -32 for monogram). VF, dark green patina, light porosity. (75)

IP Α Ρ Η L A G O N I A :296.

A m a s t r i s . Circa 300-288 BC. JE 22mm. (8.46 gms.). Helmeted head of Ares right. Sword in sheath, torch above. Waddington-18. VF/F, attractive green patina. (75)

A p a m i e a . Circa 57-53 BC. JE 18mm. (7.02 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right. Standing facing statue of Artemis Anaïtis within shrine, names of Roman magistrates to left. BMC-61. VF, dark green patina, porosity. (50)

CILICIA 301.

Aigeai. Circa 2nd-lst Centuries BC. JE 19 mm. (4.24 gms.). Head of Alexander right. Nike advancing left, holding palm, monogram to left. SNG Levante 1681 with monogram 18. VF, black and brown patina. (125)


CLASSICAL

302.

304.

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

S o l i - P o m p e i o p o l i s . Circa 2nd Century BC. JE 12 m m . (1.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Bunch of grapes with tendrils, A Î? on sides. SNG Levante-856. Near VF, black patina, rough surfaces. (50)

SYRIA, 303.

NUMISMATIC

Seleucid

Kings

Antiochus V I . 145-142 BC. JE 20 m m . (7.46 gms.). Diademed and radiate bust right. Kantharos and palm branch. Houghton, A C N A C 244 (this coin). Good VF, dark green patina. (125)

of.

Seleucus II. 246-226 BC. JE 16mm. (5.25 gms.). Diademed bust right. Bow and quiver. Newell ESM 564v. Nice VF, light brown patina. (75)

309.

A n t i o c h u s V I . 145-142 BC. JE 20 m m . (7.46 gms.). Diademed and radiate bust right. Kantharos and palm branch. Houghton, ACNAC 245 (this coin). VF, dark green patina with reddish-brown in recesses. (90)

S e l e u c u s Î . 246-226 BC. JE 20mm. (6.46 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Nude figure of Apollo standing facing left, holding spear and bow. Newell, WSM-1654. BMC-17. VF, green-brown patina, light porosity. (75) Antiochus V I . 145-142 BC. JE 20 m m . (8.59 gms.). Diademed and radiate bust right. Apollo standing left with arrow, resting elbow on tripod. Houghton, ACNAC 246 (this coin). VF, crusty pale green patina over brown. (90)

305.

S e l e u c u s I I . 246-226 BC. JE 14mm. (4.52 gms.). Helmeted head of Athena right. Nude figure of Apollo standing facing left, holding bow and arrow. Newell, WSM-1656. VF, dark green-brown patina. (60)

311.

306.

S e l e u c u s IV. 187-175 BC. JE Two Chalkoi. Serrate. (11.60 gms.). Antioch. Laureate head of Apollo right, AB monogram to left. Apollo standing facing left beside tripod, monogram to left. cf. Houghton-84. Fine+, brown and green patina. (35)

112.

Antiochus V I . 145-142 BC. JE 18mm. (3.24 gms.). Diademed and radiate bust right. Panther left, holding palm branch in mouth, cornucopiae behind. Houghton, ACNAC 241 (this coin). F/VF, green-brown patina with patch of red, rare. (50)

Antiochus V I . 145-142 BC. JE 20 mm. (7.67 gms.). Diademed and radiate bust right. Apollo standing left with arrow, resting elbow on tripod. Houghton, ACNAC 247 (this coin). VF, dark green patina. (100)

A n t i o c h u s V I . 145-142 BC. JE 20 mm. (7.30 gms.). Diademed and radiate bust right. Elephant walking left, holding torch with trunk. Houghton, ACNAC 248 (this coin). Good VF, dark green-brown patina. (150)


CLASSICAL

3.

4.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

318.

A n t i o c h u s VII. 138-129 BC. JE 11mm. (1.35 gms.). Prow of galley left, dotted border. Caps of the Dioscuri. Houghton, ACNAC 284 (this coin). Good VF, green patina. (75)

319.

Antiochus VII. 138-129 BC. JE 11mm. (1.31 gms.). Prow of galley left, dotted border. Caps of the Dioscuri. Houghton, A C N A C 285 (this coin). VF, obverse slightly off-center, brown patina. (50)

A n t i o c h u s VI. 145-142 BC. JE 20 m m . (7.52 gms.). Diademed and radiate bust right. Elephant walking left, holding torch with trunk. Houghton, ACNAC 249 (this coin). Good VF, (150) dark green-brown patina.

Antiochus VI. 145-142 BC. JE 15 m m . (4.07 gms.). Diademed and radiate bust right. Nike standing left, holding palm and wreath. Houghton, ACNAC 251 (this coin). VF, green-brown patina, light porosity. (50)

SYRIA 320. A n t i o c h . 89 BC. JE 19mm. (7.39 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus right . Zeus enthroned left, holding Victory; in left field, trident. BMC 14. VF, dark brown patina, light porosity. (40) 5.

Antiochus VII. 138-129 BC. JE 14mm. (2.73 gms.). Dated 175 SE = 138/7 BC. Lion's head right, dotted border. Club. Houghton, ACNAC 280 (this coin). Good VF, brown patina, (75) light porosity.

JUDAEA 321.

6.

Antiochus VII. 138-129 BC. JE 14mm. (2.89gms.). Dated 177 SE = 136/5 BC. Lion's head right, dotted border. Club. Houghton, A C N A C 282 (this coin). Good VF, dark green patina. (75)

7.

Antiochus VII. 138-129 BC. JE 14mm. (2.38 gms.). Dated 179 SE = 134/3 BC. Lion's head right, dotted border. Club. Houghton, A C N A C 283 (this coin). Good VF, dark greenbrown patina. (75)

R o m a n P r o c u r a t o r s of. P o n t i u s Pilate. 26-36 CE. Year 17(30/31 CE). JE Lepton. (2.41 gms.). Lituus. LIZ within wreath. Hendin 114. Near VF, dark green patina. (40)

P A R T H I A , K i n g s of. 322. P h r a a t e s IV. Circa 38-2 BC. JE Chalkon. (0.93 gms.). Ecbatana mint. Bust left being crowned with wreath by eagle. Two cornucopiae. Sellwood-52.54. Near VF, brown patina. (35)

323.

35

V o n o n e s II. Circa 51 AD. JE Chalkon. (1.50 Ecbatana mint. Facing bust in tiara, star and dot. Male holding eagle under arched portico. Sellwood-67.5. VF, brown patina, scarce.

gms.). figure green(50)


CLASSICAL

324.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Vologases I I I . Circa 105-147 AD. (Year 431=119 AD). JE Tetrachalkoi (?). (4.22 gms.). Seleucia mint. Diademed bust left. Bust of Tyche right, date to right. Sellwood-79.43. VF, red-brown patina. Scarce. (75)

EGYPT,

SASANIA, 325.

Kings

Ptolemaic

Kings

of.

328.

Ptolemy III. 246-221 BC. JE 41mm. (67.01 gms.). Laureate head of Zeus-Ammon right. Eagle standing on thunderbolt left, cornucopiae in left field, monogram between legs of eagle. SNG Cop.-172. Near VF, red and brown patina. (125)

329.

Ptolemy I V . 221-205 BC. JE 42 m m . (68.99 gms.). Head of Zeus-Ammon right, with a spike-like die flaw from the top of the head. Eagle standing on thunderbolt left, cornucopiae to left. SNG Cop-219. Nice VF, even brown patina. (225)

330.

Ptolemy I V . 2 2 1 - 2 0 5 BC. IE 3 6 m m . (44.41 gms.). Diademed head of Zeus Ammon right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, head right. SNG Cop. 224. Near VF, green-brown patina, fields lightly scratched. (60)

of.

A r t a s h i r I. 224-240 AD. JE 8 Chalkoi. (16.22 gms.). Crowned bearded bust right. Fire altar between two birds on perches(?). Sellwood page 78. Gobi, Sasanian Numismatics, plate 1 #15. Good/Near VF, green-brown patina. Scarce. (50)

KUSHANO-SASANIAN 326.

Kanishka I. Circa 130-158 AD. JE Unit. (17.70 gms.). King standing facing left, sacrificing over altar. Lunar goddess Mao standing facing left, tamgha to left. MAC-3126. VF, greenbrown patina. (100)

BACTRIA, Indo-Greek 327.

K i n g s of.

E u c r a t i d e s . Circa 175-135 BC. JE Hemiobol. (8.75 gms.). Pushkalavati mint. Helmeted draped bust right. Dioscuri riding right. Monogram to left, cf MAC-1730. VF, attractive brown patina. (150)


CLASSICAL

GREEK

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

IMPERIAL

SPAIN 131.

Ptolemy V. 205-180 BC. JE 34mm. (33.06 gms.). Diademed head of Isis right. Eagle standing right with wings spread. Svoronos 1233, SNG Cop. 246. Near VF, reddish-brown patina, very rare type for this size flan. (125)

332.

Ptolemy VI. 180-145 BC. JE 23mm. (11.30 gms.). Bearded head of Herakles right wearing lion's skin. Eagle standing right on thunderbolt, head left, long caduceus behind. SNG Cop. 270. VF, green-brown patina. (95)

335.

Saguntum. Tiberius. 14-37 AD. JE As. (12.48 gms.). Bare head right. Galley. Counterstamp: D D in rectangle. SNG Cop.‫־‬ 517. Good Fine, brown patina. Scarce. (75) Many bronze issues were counterstamped D(ecreto) D(ecurionum) by civic authorities in Spain and Gaul in the First Century AD.

MOESIA

INFERIOR

336.

Marcianopolis. C a r a c a l l a . 198-217 AD. JE 2 8 m m . (10.25 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Eagle standing facing, head right. SNG München 279 (same obverse die), 280 for reverse type. VF, dark green-brown patina, scarce. (150)

337.

Marcianopolis. E l a g a b a l u s . 218-222 AD. JE 25mm. (10.27 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Eagle standing facing, head right. SNG München 309 (same obverse die), 319 for reverse type. VF, dark green brown patina. (150)

338.

Marcianopolis. E l a g a b a l u s . 218-222 AD. JE 27mm. (10.74 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Tyche standing half-left. SNG München 318v. (obv. legend). Nice VF, green-brown patina. (150)

ZEUGITANIA 333.

C a r t h a g e . Circa 4th-3rd Centuries BC. JE 16 mm. (2.88 gms.). Wreathed head of Tanit left. Horse standing right in front of palm tree, three dots below. SNG Cop.-109ff. Brown VF. (75)

NUMIDIA 334.

M i c i p s a . C i r c a 148-118 BC. JE 2 5 m m . (12.68 gms.). Laureate bearded head left. Horse galloping left, pellet below. SNG Cop-505. Near VF, dark brown patina. (75)


CLASSICAL

339.

340.

341.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

M a r c i a n o p o l i s . G o r d i a n III. 2 3 8 - 2 4 4 AD. JE 2 6 m m . (10.52 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. H o m o n o i a standing h a l f - l e f t . SNG Cop-, B M C - , SNG M端nchen-. VF, green-brown patina, scarce. (150)

343.

N i c o p o l i s ad I s t r u m . Geta. 2 0 9 - 2 1 2 AD. JE 2 7 m m . (10.93 gms.). Laureate head right. Nemesis standing half-left, holding scales and whip(?), wheel at her feet. cf. SGI-2782. VF, lovely emerald green patina, light pitting on reverse, scarce. (150)

THRACE 344.

N i c o p o l i s ad I s t r u m . G o r d i a n 29mm. (14.50 gms.). Laureate, draped Homonoia seated left, holding patera M端nchen 484. VF+/VF, green-brown red.

III. 2 3 8 - 2 4 4 AD. JE and cuirassed bust right. and cornucopiae. SNG patina with touches of (200)

Bizya. Philip I. 244-249 AD. JE 2 7 m m . (14.28 gms.). Laureate and draped bust right. Nude Apollo standing, head turned to left, laurel branch in right hand, left held over serpent coiled around altar. BMC-9. VF, attractive dark green patina. (100)

Nicopolis ad Istrum. Macrinus. 217-218 AD. JE 28mm. (13.53 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Tyche standing half-left. BMC 42, SNG M端nchen 436. Good VF/VF, green-brown patina, rare. (225) Pautalia. Caracalla. 198-217 AD. JE 30mm. (23.07 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Tyche standing halfleft. Possibly unpublished? Near VF, lovely emerald green (225) patina, rare.

342.

BOSPORUS,

N i c o p o l i s ad I s t r u m . G o r d i a n III. 2 3 8 - 2 4 4 AD. JE 28mm. (10.83 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Asklepios standing facing, head left. SNG Cop. 287. Good VF, green-brown patina, some flatness due to strike. (175)

346.

8

Kings

of.

R h e s c u p o r i s V. 239-275 AD. Billon Stater. (7.31 gms.). Dated 265 AD. Bust of king right, trident in front. Laureate bust of Gallienus right, club in front, date below, cf. SNG Cop84. Crude. Darkly toned near VF. (50)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

LEOLIS 47.

Temnus. Gordian ΠΙ. 238-244 AD. JE 21mm. (4.56 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Herakles standing facing, head left, holding kantharos and club. BMC 35, SNG Cop. 279, SNG Von Aulock-. Near VF, olive-green patina with touches of red. (100)

ONIA !48. E p h e s u s . D o m i t i a n . 81-96 AD. JE 20mm. (4.36 gms.). Laureate head right. Stag standing left. SNG Cop. 381. Good (75) VF, green patina, flan adjustment marks on obverse.

349.

350.

351.

LYDIA 352. H y p a e p a . Plautilla. W i f e of Caracalla. JE 29mm. (16.05 gms.). Draped bust right, counterstamp of Artemis Anaïtis in right field. Tetrastyle temple with figure of Artemis Anaïtis within. BMC 46 for coin, Howgego 233 for counterstamp. VF, dark green patina. (150)

353.

M a g n e s i a ad S i p y l u m . N e r o . 54-68 AD. JE 17mm. (3.37 gms.). Laureate head left. Daped bust right of Senate. BMC 52, SNG Cop.-, Von Aulock-, Lindgren & Kovacs-. Near VF, dark green patina. (75)

354.

S a r d e s . N e r o . 54-68 AD. JE 19mm. (3.97 gms.). Laureate head right. Zeus Lydios standing half-left. BMC 121var., SNG Cop.-, Von Aulock-, Lindgren & Kovacs-. VF+, lovely green patina. (100)

355.

Tabala. Circa 3rd Century AD. JE 22mm. (6.66 gms.). Draped bust of Senate right. River god Hermos reclining, facing left. SNG Cop. -56, BMC-1. Nice Fine+, dark green patina. (75)

Ephesus. A n t o n i n u s Pius. 138-161 AD. JE 17mm. (4.42 gms.). Laureate head right. Wild boar of Calydonia right. SNG Cop. 395, BMC-, SNG Von Aulock-. VF+, dark green patina. (125)

E p h e s u s . G o r d i a n III. 238-244 AD. JE 30mm. (12.28 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Artemis standing in biga of stags right, holding bow and drawing arrow from quiver. BMC-, SNG Cop.-, SNG Von Aulock-. Lindgren & Kovacs -. VF+/VF, heavy olive-green patina. (150)

S m y r n a . A u g u s t u s & Livia. 2 7 B C - 1 4 A D . JE 19mm. (5.64 gms.). Conjoined busts right. Aphrodite Stratonikis standing facing. SNG Cop. 1334, BMC 255. VF, heavy olivegreen patina. (50)

PHRYGIA 356. Akmoneia. N e r o . 54-68 AD. JE 18mm. (4.11 gms.). Laureate head right, winged caduceus behind, crescent before. Zeus enthroned left. SNG Cop. 28, Von Aulock 3371. VF, heavy olive-green patina chipped in spots. (50)


‫י‬ CLASSICAL

357.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Ancyra. Faustina Junior. Wife of Marcus Aurelius. JE 19 m m . (5.16 gms.). Draped bust right. Cult statue of Artemis facing. SNG Cop-143, BMC-35. VF, crusty green and red patina. (45)

PAMPHYLIA 361.

358.

E u c a r p e i a . M a x i m i n u s I & M a x i m u s . 235-238 AD. JE 30mm. (14.13 gms.). Vis à vis busts of Maximinus I and Maximus, both draped and cuirassed, Maximinus laureate. Poseidon standing facing, head right. SNG Cop. 373, BMC 23. VF, olive-green patina. (150)

359.

E u m e n e i a . Nero. 54-68 AD. JE 18mm. (5.44 gms.). Bareheaded and draped bust right. Apollo standing half-left, holding raven in right hand and bipennis with left. SNG Cop. 394, Von Aulock 3590. Good VF, heavy olive-green patina. (50)

360.

T e m e n o t h e r a e . Caracalla. 198-217 AD. JE 25mm. (10.84 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Nike advancing right. BMC-, Lindgren & Kovacs, Von Aulock‫־‬, SNG Cop.-, SNG München-. Good VF, dark green patina with red highlights, scarce. (125)

P e r g a . G a l l i e n u s . 253-260 AD. JE 30 m m (10 assaria). (12.39 gms.) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, I in right field. Agonistic chest with three prize urns. SNG Cop355, B M C - 8 2 a . Near VF, posssible countermark on cheek, crusty green and brown patina. (65)

362.

P e r g a . G a l l i e n u s . 253-268 AD. JE 3 1 m m (10 assaria). (17.13 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Figure of Hekate Triformis. Possibly unpublished? Good VF, greenbrown patina, rare. (250)

363.

Side. Nero. 54-68 AD. JE 19mm. (4.92 gms.). Laureate and draped bust right. Athena standing left, holding spear and pomegranate with right hand, shield on left shoulder. SNG Cop. 414, Von Aulock 4810. Good VF, dark green patina with touches of brown. (75)

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CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

. :—‫־‬r‫־‬ 367.

PISIDIA 364.

Apollonia Mordiaeum. G a l l i e n u s . 253-268 AD. JE 4 1 m m - Medallion. (29.42 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Octastyle temple containing statue of emperor (?) in military attire, holding spear. SNG Von Aulock 4999, BMC 6, Grose 8971 (pi. 321,4). Nice VF, dark greenbrown patina, very rare. (500) Ex: NFA VI, Lot 350. This coin was probably struck before or right after 260 AD when Valerian Senior was captured by the Persians since Odenathus of Palmyra soon gained control of the eastern provinces. Odenathus was the husband of Queen Zenobia and father of Vaballathus. Zenobia continued her husband's revolt using her son as a figure-head.

Philadelphia. T r a j a n . 98-117 AD. JE 22mm. (6.07 gms.). Laureate bust right, draped on left shoulder. Eagle standing right within distyle temple. SNG Levante 575. VF, green patina, attractive, rare. (300) -j:

CAPPADOCIA 368.

C a e s a r e a . V e s p a s i a n . 69-79 AD. Hemidrachm. (1.65 gms.). Laureate bust right. Winged Nike advancing right. Sydenham 94. VF, short flan. (100)

•r‫׳‬

369.

C a e s a r e a . V e s p a s i a n . 69-79 AD. Hemidrachm. (1.50 gms.). Laureate bust right. Winged Nike advancing right. Sydenham 94. VF, overcleaned with some dark spots. (50)

LYCAONIA 365.

Lystra. Titus. 79-81 AD. JE 19mm. (4.52 gms.). Laureate head left. Helmeted bust left of soldier, cuirassed and two spears over shoulder. H. Von Aulock - Die römische Kolonie Lystra und ihre Münzen (1972) - 516 (only two examples cited). Near EF, lovely gray-green patina, very rare. (550)

CYPRUS 370.

Julia Domna. Wife of Septimius Severus. JE 30mm. (14.54 gms.). Draped bust right. Tetrastyle temple with stairs and central arch, standing figure of Tyche within. Price-Trell Figure 369 for reverse type. Nice VF, green and brown patina, very

CILICIA 366.

M a l l o s . H e r e n n i u s E t r u s c u s . 249-251 AD. JE 31mm. (16.05 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Citygoddess seated on rocks, two river-gods swimming below. SNG Levante 1295. VF, attractive dark green patina, some porosity. (125)

S Y R I A , Seleucis a n d 371.

41

Pieria:

A n t i o c h . Year 108 (59/60 AD). JE 20 mm. (5.55 gms.). Turreted head of Tyche right. Lighted altar with garlands. SNG Cop-102. Good VF, dark brown patina. (60)


CLASSICAL

1,12.

373.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

376.

Antioch. Trebonianus G a l l u s . 2 5 1 - 2 5 3 AD. Potin Tetradrachm. (10.31 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Eagle standing facing, head left, wreath in beak. BMC 651. VF+, dark brown to black patina, lightly porous. (50)

377.

Laodicea ad M a r e . Septimius Severus. 193-211 AD. JE 28mm. (11.78 gms). Laureate bust of Septimius right. In wreath, IOVI ΛΑΟΔΙ CEOYHM Η Τ Ρ Ο Π Ο AErnC. BMC 83 ff. Nice VF, green-brown patina. Scarce. (200)

Antioch. Time of Nero. JE 17 mm. (4.09 gms.). Year 114 (65-66 AD). Draped bust of Artemis right. Lyre. SNG Cop-109. Good VF, smooth dark green patina. (125) The bust on the obverse is described as Artemis, but it clearly has the facial features of Nero!

Antioch. T r a j a n . 5th C o n s u l s h i p ( 1 0 3 - 1 1 1 AD.). Tetradrachm. (13.90 gms.). Laureate head of Trajan above eagle, club to right. Head of Melkart right. SNG Cop-192. Nice EF, smooth reflective surfaces with patches of darker toning. (350)

SYRIA, 378.

374.

Coele-Syria:

Heliopolis. P l a u t i l l a . Died 212 AD. JE 2 5 m m . (7.78 gms.). Draped bust right. Turreted bust of Tyche left. BMC -, SNG Cop -, Mionnet V, p.300, 113. Good VF, dark brown. (350) Very Rare.

A n t i o c h . Philip I. 2 4 4 - 2 4 9 AD. Billon T e t r a d r a c h m . (11.44 gms.). Year 4. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Eagle turned to left, wings displayed, wreath in beak. BMC517. VF, some porosity as usual. (50)

PHOENICIA 379.

375.

A n t i o c h . P h i l i p I. D a t e d Year 248 AD. Billon Tetradrachm. (11.71 gms.). Radiate bust left. Eagle left with open wings. SNG Cop 264. VF/VF+. (100)

B e r y t u s . E l a g a b a l u s . 218-222‫ ־‬AD. JE 3 1 m m . (16.20 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. The satyr Marsyas standing right within tetrastyle gateway surmounted by horned altars, central arch surmounted by figure riding right on lion. BMC 194, SNG Cop. 116, Price-Trell Fig. 276. Nice EF, light brown surfaces, rare and popular type. (450)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

5ALILAEA 180.

Tiberias. Trajan. 98-117 AD. JE 18mm. (5.41 gms.). Dated year 81 (99 AD). Laureate bust right. Crossed comucopiae, palm branch between. Rosenberger -, Meshorer 77. Nice VF, dark green patina. (150) Ex: CNA III, lot 242 @$165.00.

385.

N e r v a . Year 1(96/97 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (9.04 gms.). Laureate head right. Bust of Isis right. Köln 434, Milne 538, Curtis X-307. VF, few spots of red encrustation, scarce reverse type. (125)

386.

Trajan. Laureate quadriga obscures

387.

H a d r i a n . Year 15(130/131 AD). JE Diobol. (8.00 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Hadrian seated left on galley. Köln 1032, BMC 871. Fine, brown patina, scarce. (50) Commemorates Hadrian's visit to Egypt in 130 AD.

388.

H a d r i a n . Year 18(133/134 AD). JE Drachm. (27.01 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Two Canopic jars on basis. Köln 1107, Milne 1419. Fine, smooth brown patina, better reverse type. (100)

JUDAEA 581.

Uncertain Mint (?). Diva Poppaea and Diva C l a u d i a . After 65 AD. JE 19mm. (5.97 gms.). DIVA P O P P A E A AVG, Distyle temple with seated figure within. DIVA (CLAVD) NER. F., Circular hexastyle temple with standing figure within. SGI-673; Cohen 315,1. VF, dark green patina. (300)

EGYPT, 382.

383.

Year 12(108/109 AD). JE Drachm. (23.02 gms.). bust right, aegis on far shoulder. Emperor driving right. Köln 496. Near VF, brown encrustation some of the obverse legend, green-brown patina. (125)

Alexandria

T i b e r i u s . Year 20(33/34 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (12.89 gms.). Laureate head left of Tiberius. Radiate head right of Divus Augustus. Köln-, Dattari 87. EF, excellent silver quality. (500)

Nero. Year 10(63/64 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (13.06 gms.). Radiate head of Nero right. Draped bust of Poppaea right. Köln 157, Dattaril96. VF. (75)

Nero. Year 10(63/64 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (13.44 gms.). Radiate head right. Draped bust of Serapis right. Köln 160, Dattari 251, Milne 222. Nice VF, good silver. (75)

43


CLASSICAL

389.

390.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Antoninus Pius. Year 5(141/142 AD). Billon Tetradrachm. (14.09 gms.). Laureate head right. Artemis advancing right, about to shoot bow. Köln 1362, Milne 1693. Brown good VF, light cut across forehead. (75)

393.

A n t o n i n u s P i u s . Year 15(151/152 AD). JE Drachm. (22.41 gms.). Laureate and draped bust left. Altar of Agathodaimon, 1: peristyle, statue of goddess facing within. Köln 1673 (same obv. die), Dattari 2999 bis var. Good VF, dark green patina, typical slightly rough surfaces for issue - this specimen better than most. (250)

394.

Lucius Verus. Year 3(162/163 AD.). Billon Tetradrachm. (13.18 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Nilus seated left, head right, holding papyrus stalk and comucopiae, crocodile on rocks. BMC 1364, otherwise unpublished? VF+, good silver. Scarce. (200)

A n t o n i n u s Pius. Year 9(145/146 AD). JE Drachm. (21.28 gms.). Laureate head right. Nilus reclining left, holding comucopiae from which infant Genius emerges. Köln-, BMC 1145/46. Nice VF, green-brown patina, lacquered at one time. (250)

391.

A n t o n i n u s Pius. Year 9(145/146 AD). JE Drachm. (26.99 gms.). Laureate head right. Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Nike in right hand. Köln 1523, Milne 1876. VF, pleasing medium brown patina, nice surfaces. (100)

392.

Antoninus Pius. Year 10(146/147 AD). JE Drachm. (24.14 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Isis Pharia advancing right, holding wind-blown sail. Köln 1551, Dattari 2667. VF, dark green-brown patina. (200) Ex: Ruzicka Collection, Malter XXVIII, lot 455.

Elagabalus. Year 2(218/219 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (12.85 gms.). Laureate head right. Athena seated left, holding Victory and sceptre. Curtis 947(this coin), Köln 2310. VF. (65)


CLASSICAL

396.

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

M a x i m u s Caesar. Year 2( 235/236 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (12.94 gms.). Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Homonoia seated left, holding double cornucopiae. Dattari 4627, BMC 1814. VF, brown patina, scarce. (100)

400.

397.

NUMISMATIC

Trajan Decius. Year 1(249/250 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (13.26 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Serapis standing facing, head right. Kรถln 2815, Milne 3805, Dattari 5087. EF, glossy brown patina. (150)

Philip I. Year 3(245/246 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (13.54 gms.). Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Eagle standing left, head right. Kรถln 2715, Milne 3631, BMC 1994. VF, brown patina with light green verdigris, attractive. (65) Valerian I. Year 2(254/255 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (10.40 gms.). Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Homonoia seated left. Kรถln 2855, Milne 3880. EF, traces of silvering. (150)

398.

399.

Philip I. Year 4(246/247 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (14.28 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Ares standing facing, head left, Gorgoneia ornamenting shield and cuirass. Kรถln-, Milne 3647/48, Curtis X-1327. Nice VF, dark brown patina, rare reverse type. (125)

P h i l i p I I . As C a e s a r . Year 4 ( 2 4 6 / 2 4 7 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (11.77 gms.). Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Triptolemos in biga of serpents right. Kรถln-, Curtis 1402, Milne 3643. Nice VF, brown patina, rare reverse type. (125)

402.

Valerian I. Year 5(257/258 AD.). Potin Tetradrachm. (9.13 gms.). Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Bust of Serapis left, sceptre behind. Milne 3975. Good VF, brown patina, few pits. (75)

403.

Gallienus. Year 1(253/254 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (10.90 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Bust of Serapis left, sceptre behind. Unpublished for this year? Choice EF, lovely brown patina. (125)


‫י‬ CLASSICAL

404.

405.

406.

407.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Gallienus. Year 14(266/267 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (10.71 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Homonoia standing facing half-left, raising hand and holding twin cornucopiae, palm branch to right. Köln 2937, B M C 2186. Nice EF, brown patina, good portrait of emperor. (100)

Gallienus. Year 15(267/268 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (8.85 gms.). Laureate amd cuirassed bust right. Draped bust right of Helios, palm-branch before. Köln 2949, Milne 4156, Dattari 5240. EF, glossy green-brown patina. (125)

408.

S a l o n i n a . Year 15(267/268 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (10.21 gms.). Draped bust right. Eagle right with wings spread. Köln 2984. Superb EF, glossy dark brown patina. (200)

409.

Claudius II. Year 2(269/270 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (8.52 gms.). Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Draped bust right of Alexandria. Köln 3030, Milne 4246, Curtis X-1660. EF, chocolate brown patina. (125)

410.

Claudius G o t h i c u s . Year 2 ( 2 6 9 / 2 7 0 A D ) . Potin Tetradrachm. (9.53 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Elpis advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. Köln 3035, Milne 5388, Dattari 5388. Brown VF with touches of green. (75) !4

S a l o n i n a . Year 14(266/267 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (8.42 gms.). Draped bust right. Elpis standing half-left. Köln 2979, Curtis 1654, BMC 2253. VF+, reddish-brown patina. (65)

Tacitus. Year 1(275/276 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (7.95 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Elpis standing left, flower in out-stretched hand. Köln 3118/19, Curtis 1840, (40) Milne 4493. Good VF, glossy brown patina.

Salonina. Year 14(266/267 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (11.20 gms.). Draped bust right. Tyche reclining on couch. Köln 2982. Superb EF, reddish-brown patina. (200)

46

4


CLASSICAL

412.

413.

M a x i m i a n u s . Year 4(288/289 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. (7.60 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Eagle left, looking right. Köln 3298. VF, green-brown patina. (40)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

417

A n o n y m o u s . 225-212 BC . Didrachm or Quadrigatus. (6.22 gms.). Laureate head of Janus. Jupiter in quadriga driven by Victory right, ROMA raised on tablet. RSC 24, Syd. 65, Craw. 28/3. Good VF, lightly porous. (250)

418.

A n o n y m o u s . 225-217 BC. JE Sextans (Aes grave). (38.35 gms.). Head of Mercury left. Prow left, two pellets below. Craw. 36/5, Syd. 82, Thurlow-Vecchi 62. Near VF, dark green(200) brown patina, some porosity.

419.

A n o n y m o u s . Semilibral. 217-215 BC. JE Sextans. (25.19 gms.). Head of Mercury right wearing winged petasus. Prow right, ROMA above, two pellets below. Craw. 38/5, Syd. 85. VF, attractive emerald green patina, some porosity. (125)

420.

A n o n y m o u s . Semilibral. 217-215 BC. JE Uncia. (13.38 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma left, single pellet behind. Prow right, ROMA above, single pellet below. Craw. 38/6, Syd. 86. VF. green-brown patina. (100)

421.

A n o n y m o u s . Semilibral. 217-215 BC. JE Semuncia. (6.62 gms.). Head of Mercury right. Prow right, ROMA above. Craw. 38/7, Syd. 87. VF, dark brown patina, some porosity. (50)

Galerius. As C a e s a r . Year 4 ( 2 9 5 / 2 9 6 A D ) . Potin Tetradrachm. (6.49 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Draped bust right of Selene, crescent before. Köln 3366. Nice EF, attractive brown patina, rare reverse type. (125)

ROMAN

REPUBLICAN

414.

A n o n y m o u s . 280-276 BC. JE Semuncia. (19.89 gms.). Large acom. Large Σ . Craw. 14/7, Thurlow-Vecchi 7. Near VF, mud-brown patina. (100)

415.

A n o n y m o u s . Just Prior to 269 BC. JE Litra. (4.74 gms.). Helmeted head of Minerva left. Horse's head right. Craw. 17/la, Syd. 3. Fine, brown patina, light corrosion, scarce. (60)

416.

A n o n y m o u s . 234-231 BC. JE Litra. (2.71 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Bridled horse galloping left, ROMA below. Craw. 26/3, Syd. 29. Fine, dark green patina. (60)

47


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

A n o n y m o u s . 217-215 B C . JE Quartuncia. (3.32 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Prow right. Syd. 88, Craw. 38/8. VF, smooth black patina. (150)

426.

Second Punic War. 216-215 BC. El Three-eighths Shekel or Drachm. (2.60 gms.): Issued by Hannibal in Capua in Southern Italy. Janiform head of Tanit-Persephone wreathed in grain-ears. Jupiter in quadriga right, driven by Nike. JenkinsLewis 487-493. VF. (1250) For a further discussion on this piece see CNA VIII, 289.

427

A n o n y m o u s . 214-212 BC. JE Uncia. (5.72 gms.). Sicily. Helmeted head of Roma right. Prow to right, corn ear above. Crawford 42/5. Fine, gray-green patina. (50)

A n o n y m o u s . Semilibral. 217-215 BC. JE Triens. (52.18 gms.). Female head right wearing diadem, four pellets behind. Hercules (or Herakles) fighting centaur right, holds centaur's hair with left hand and club with right; in exergue, ROMA. Craw. 39/1, Syd. 93. Fine+, light brown patina. Extremely rare. (700) Possibly a scene from the story of Herakles being entertained by the centaur Pholus. The other centaurs objected to Herakles partaking of their communal wine and a battle ensued between Herakles and the centaurs. Herakles friend, Pholus, received an accidental wound in the melĂŠe. Later, to escape the incurable pain, the immortal Pholus exchanged places with Prometheus so as to die by the grace of Zeus.

A n o n y m o u s . After 211 BC. Denarius. (3.80 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind. The Dioscuri galloping right, R O M A in linear frame. Craw. 53/2. Syd. 140. Lightly toned VF. (100)

A n o n y m o u s . Semilibral. 217-215 BC. /E Sextans. (21.84 gms.). She-wolf right suckling twins, two pellets in exergue. Eagle standing right, holding flower in beak, two pellets behind, (ROMA) before. Craw. 39/3, Syd. 95. Fine, brown patina, porosity, rare type. (75)

>5.

A n o n y m o u s . Semilibral. 217-215 BC. JE Uncia. (11.20 gms.). Facing bust of Sol three-quarters right, single pellet to left. Crescent; above, two stars and pellet; below, ROMA. Craw. 39/4, Syd. 96. F+, light green to brown patina. (100)

429

A n o n y m o u s . 211BC. Denarius. (3.55 gms.). Helmeted bust of Roma right. Dioscuri riding right. RSC 2, Syd. 140, Craw. 53/2. Toned VF. (75)

430

A n o n y m o u s . 211 BC. Victoriatus. (3.10 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right. Victory crowning trophy. RSC 9, Syd. 83, Crawford 53/1. Nice VF. (50)

A n o n y m o u s . After 211 BC. Victoriatus. (2.97 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right. Victory crowning trophy right. RSC 9, Craw. 44,53. Darkly toned VF. (65) 48


CLASSICAL

432

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

A n o n y m o u s . 211-208 BC. Denarius. (3.75 gms.). Helmeted bust of Roma right. Dioscuri riding right, prow below. RSC 20x, Syd. 146, 244, Crawford 62/1,114/1. Near VF. (75)

433.

A n o n y m o u s . 207 BC. JE As. (39.16 gms.). Janus head. Prow of ship right, crescent above. Craw. 57/3, Syd. 221. Near VF, green patina, porous as usual. (100)

434.

C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s . 194-190 BC. FourrĂŠe Victoriatus. (2.97 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right. Victory standing right before trophy. Caecilia 2, Syd. 318, Craw. 132/1. VF. (75)

172.

NUMISMATIC

A n o n y m o u s . 189-180 BC. Denarius. (3.20 gms.). Helmeted bust of Roma right. Diana driving biga right, Bird on T O D below. RSC 35, Syd. 345, Crawford 141/1. Good Fine. (50)

436.

P a e t u s ? 169-158 BC. JE As. (24.89 gms.). Janus head. Prow right, PAE monogram above. Craw.-176/1. Syd.-358(R4). Fine, green-brown patina, rough surfaces. (75)

438.

Anchor S e r i e s . 169-158 BC. JE As. (19.63 gms.). Janus head. Prow right, anchor to right. Craw.-194/1, Syd.-238. Fine, chalky turquoise patina. (25)

439.

A n o n y m o u s . Circa 157-156 BC. Denarius. (3.46 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind. Victory in biga right, ROMA in linear frame below. RSC 6, Syd. 376, Craw. 197/1 a. VF. (60)

168.


CLASSICAL

440.

441.

442.

443.

444.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

445.

C . Maianius. 153 BC. JE As. (17.39 gns.). Janus head. Prow right. C r a w . - 2 0 3 / 2 , Syd.-428. Fine, brown patina, some pitting. (65)

446.

P u b l i u s Sulla. 151 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind. Victory in biga right. Cornelia 1, Syd. 386, Craw. 205/1. VF, dark toning. (60)

447.

Publius Sulla. 151 BC. JE As. (29.28 gms.). Janus head. Prow right. Craw.-205/2, Syd.-387. VF, pitted surfaces due to uneven alloy mixture, brown patina with lighter verdigris in pits. (40)

448.

Decimius F l a v u s . 150 BC. D e n a r i u s . (3.88 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Diana in biga right. Decimia 1, Syd. 391, Craw. 207/1. Toned good VF. (75)

449.

Pinarius Natta. 149 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Pinaria 1, Syd. 390, Craw. 208/1. Nice VF+. (100)

450.

Pinarius Natta. 149 BC. Denarius. (3.80 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory driving biga right. Pinaria 1, Syd. 390, Crawford 208/1. VF. (60)

A n o n y m o u s . Circa 157-156 BC. Denarius. (4.05 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind. Victory in biga right, ROMA in linear frame below. RSC 6, Syd. 376, Craw. 197/1 a. EF. (150)

C . S c r i b o n i u s . 154 BC. JE As. (24.31 gms.). Janus head. Prow right. C r a w f o r d - 2 0 1 / 2 , Syd.-381. Fine, dark b r o w n patina, lightly porous. (65)

C . Thalna. 154 BC. Denarius. (3.68 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind. Victory in biga right. Juventia 7, Syd. 379, Craw. 202/la. Good VF. (75)

C. Maianius. 153 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind. Victory in biga right. Maiania 1, Syd. 427, Craw. 203/1 a. Good VF. (75)

C . Maianius. 153 BC. JE As. (23.37 gms.). Laureate head of Janus. Prow right. Craw. 203/2, Syd. 428. Fine+, dark greenbrown patina, light porosity but belter surfaces than usual.

(60) 50


CLASSICAL

1.

C . Junius C . f. 149 BC. Denarius. (3.67 gms.). Helmeted bust of Roma right. Dioscuri riding right. Junia 1, Syd. 392, Crawford 210/1. Near VF. (60)

458.

A n o n y m o u s . 143 BC. Denarius. (3.62 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Diana in biga of stags right, crescent below their forelegs. RSC 101, Syd. 438, Craw. 222/1. Toned VF. (100)

459.

C. Curiatius Trigeminus. 142 BC. Denarius. (3.34 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, (TRIGE) behind. Goddess in quadriga right, she is crowned by Victory who stands behind. Curiatia 1, Syd. 436, Craw. 223/1. Toned VF. (75)

460.

L. Julius. 141 BC. Denarius. (3.97 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, XVI behind. The Dioscuri on horseback right. Julia 1, Syd. 443, Craw. 224/1. VF, darkly toned, lightly polished at one time. (60)

461.

C. Titinius. 141 BC. Denarius. (3.02 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Titinia 7, Syd. 445, Craw. 226/1. Nice EF. (125)

Q . M a r c i u s Libo. 148 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. The Dioscuri on horseback right. Marcia 1, Syd. 396, Craw. 215/1. VF. (100)

C . Antestius. 146 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. The Dioscuri on horseback right; below horses, dog running right. Antestia 1, Syd. 411, Craw. 219/le. VF, darkly toned. ' (50)

LTD.

M. J u n i u s S i l a n u s . 145 B C . Denarius. (3.59 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right; behind, ass' head left. The Dioscuri on horseback right. Junia 8, Syd. 408 & 412, Craw. 220/1. Nice VF. (75)

M . A t i l i u s S a r a n u s . 148 BC. Denarius. (3.93 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. The Dioscuri on horseback right. Atilia 9, Syd. 398, Craw. 214/lb. Nice VF. (100)

L . Cupiennius. 147 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. T h e Dioscuri on horseback right. Cupiennia 1, Syd. 404, Craw. 218/1. Toned VF. (50)

AUCTIONS,

457.

C . Junius C.f. Circa 149 BC. JE As. (21.01 gms.). Janus head. Prow right. Craw.-210/2, Syd.-393. Fine, dark green patina, some porosity. (75)

5.

NUMISMATIC

C . Valerius C.f. Flaccus. 140 BC. Denarius. (3.98 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Valeria 7, Syd. 440, Craw. 228/2. Lightly toned good VF. (100)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

463.

A. Spurilius. 139 BC. Denarius. (3.64 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Diana in biga right. Spurilia 1, Syd. 448, Craw. 230/1. Toned VF. (50)

468.

M. B a e b i u s Q . f . T a m p i l u s . 137 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma left. Apollo in quadriga right. Baebia 12, Syd. 489, Craw. 236/1. VF, few light spots of encrustation on obverse. (60)

464.

C. Renius. 138 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Juno Caprotina in biga of goats right. Renia 1, Syd. 432, Craw. 231/1. VF+, small flan, light porosity center of obverse. (75)

469.

C n . L u c r e t i u s T r i o . 136 BC. Denarius. (3.90 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, TRIO behind. The Dioscuri on horseback right. Lucretia 1, Syd. 450, Craw. 237/1. EF. (125)

470. 465.

C n . Gellius. 138 BC. Denarius. (3.68 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right within laurel-wreath. Mars and Nerio in quadriga right. Gellia 1, Syd. 434, Craw. 232/1. VF, small flan. (60)

L. A n t e s t i u s G r a g u l u s . 136 BC. Denarius. (3.67 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Jupiter in quadriag right. Antestia 9, Syd. 451 & 465, Craw. 238/1. Toned VF. (65)

471.

C . S e r v i l i u s M . f . 136 B C . D e n a r i u s . (3.84 g m s . ) . Helmeted head of Roma right, wreath behind. The Dioscuri on horseback, galloping in opposite directions. Servilia 1, Syd. 525, Craw. 239/1. About VF. (75)

472.

C . C u r i a t i u s f. T r i g e m i n u s . 135 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, TRIG behind. Goddess in quadriga right, being crowned by Victory who stands behind her. Curiatia 2, Syd.459, Craw. 240/la. Nice EF. (125)

466.

467.

Tib. Veturius. 137 BC. Denarius. (3.62 gms.). Draped bust right of Mars. Youth kneeling left between two warriors who touch with their swords a pig in the youth's arms. Veturia 1, Syd. 527, Craw. 234/1. Toned VF, some light porosity. (75)

S e x t u s P o m p e i u s F o s t l u s . 137 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, jug behind. She-wolf right suckling twins; to left, shepherd; behind, birds on a fig tree. Pompeia la, Syd. 461a, Craw. 235/lc. VF. (50) This moneyer claimed descent from Faustulus, the royal shepherd of Amulius, who found the twins, Romulus and Remus, being suckled by a she-wolf under a fig tree at the foot of the Palatine. Faustulus then adopted and brought up the twin brothers.

L. T r e b a n i u s . 135 BC. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). Helmetec head of Roma right. Jupiter in quadriga right. Trebania 1, Syd 456, Craw. 241/la. VF/VF+. (100)


CLASSICAL

74.

75.

176.

477

P u b l i u s C a l p u r n i u s . 133 BC. Denarius. (3.63 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Venus in a biga right, crowned by Nike flying left, star on horse's flank. Calpurnia 2, Syd. 468, Craw. 247/1. Toned VF, scattered light corrosion. (50)

L. Minucius. 133 BC. Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Helmeted bust of Roma right. Jupiter driving quadriga right. Minucia 15, Syd. 470, Crawford 248/1. VF. (50)

P. M a e n i u s A n t i a t i c u s M.f. 132 BC. Denarius.(3.78 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in quadriga right. Maenia 7, Syd. 492, Craw. 249/1. Toned VF, old scrape on horse's flank. (65)

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

479.

P. M a e n i u s A n t i a t i c u s . 132 BC. D e n a r i u s , (gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in Quadriga right. Maenia-7, Syd. 492, Craw. 249/1. Lusterous EF, lovely magenta toning on obverse. (125)

480.

M. A b u r i u s M . f . G e m i n u s . 132 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Sol in quadriga right. Aburia 6, Syd. 487, Craw. 250/1. Toned VF. (80)

481.

L. P o s t u m i u s Albinus. 131 BC. Denarius. (3.79 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, flamen's cap behind (the Flamines were Roman priest's of particular gods). Mars in a quadriga right. Postumia 1, Syd. 472, Craw. 252/1. Good VF, few carbon specks on reverse. (75)

482.

L. Opimius. 131 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, wreath behind. Victory in quadriga right. Opimia 12, Syd. 473, Craw. 253/1. Toned VF, very light scrape in front of Roma's face. (150)

483.

M. Acilius M.f. 130 BC. Denarius. (3.90 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, M. ACILIVS M.F. within two dotted outer circles. Hercules in slow quadriga right. Acilia 4, Syd. 511, Craw. 255/1. Lightly toned VF. (75) This coin refers to the victory of M. Acilius Glabro over Antiochus III of Seleucid Syria in 191 BC.

C . A u g u r i n u s . 135 BC. Denarius. (3.70 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Ionic column surmounted by statue; to either side, togate figure. Minucia 3, Syd. 463, Craw. 242/1. VF, few old cuts and nicks. (60) The statue depicts a bronze monument which stood outside the Porta Trigemina and honored L. Minucius Augurinus for his successful attempt to reduce the price of corn in 439 BC.

Ti. M i n u c i u s C . f . Augurinus. 134 BC. Denarius. (3.64 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Ionic column surmounted by statue; to either side, togate figure. Minucia 9, Syd. 494, Craw. 243/1. Near VF. (50) This moneyer was probably the brother of C. Augurinus and copied his types.

NUMISMATIC

Q . C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s . 130 BC. Denarius. (3.80 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Jupiter in slow quadriga right. Caecilia 21, Syd. 509, Craw. 256/1. Lightly toned VF. (75)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

491

L. C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s D i a d e m a t u s . 128 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Pax driving biga right, elephant head below. Caecilia 38, Syd. 496, Crawford 262/1. Nice VF. (75) Metellus' ancestor captured Hasdrubal's elephants at the battle of Panormus, 250 BC.

492.

M . C a e c i l i u s Q.f. Q.n. M e t e l l u s . 127 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, ROMA downwards behind. M. M E T E L L V S Q.F around a Macedonian shield ornamented with elephant's head; all within laurel-wreath. Caecilia 29a, Syd. 480a, Craw. 263/1 b. VF. (100)

485.

Q. Caecilius Metellus. 130 BC. ΛΕ Semis. (6.41 gms.). Head of Saturn right. Prow right. Craw.-256/2a, Syd.-486b. Fine, brown patina with green corrosion spots. (30)

486.

M . Vargunteius. 130 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Jupiter in slow quadriga right. Vargunteia 1, Syd. 507, Craw. 257/1. Toned good VF. (100)

487.

Q. P h i l i p p u s . 129 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Macedonian soldier on horseback right, Macedonian helmet behind. Marcia 11, Syd. 477, Craw. 259/1. VF, rev. off-center. (75)

493

Q . F a b i u s M a x i m u s . 127 B C . D e n a r i u s . ( 3 . 7 9 gms.). Cornucopiae on Helmeted head of Roma right. thunderbolt,within wreath. Fabia 5, Syd. 478, Crawford 265/1. (100) Lightly toned good VF.

Q. P h i l i p p u s . 129 BC. Denarius. (3.93 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Macedonian horseman (Philip V of Macedon?) riding right. Marcia 11, Syd. 477, Crawford 259/1. VF. (75)

494.

C . Cassius. 126 BC. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, urn behind. Liberty in quadriga right. Cassia 1, Syd. 502, Craw. 266/1. Darkly toned VF, light scratches in fields. (100)

488.

489.

490.

T. Cloelius. 128 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, wreath behind. Victory in biga right, horses forefeet raised and com-ear below. Cloulia 1, Syd. 516, Craw. 260/1. VF. (75)

L. C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s D i a d e m a t u s . 128 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Pax in a biga right, elephant's head below horses. Caecilia 38, Syd. 496, Craw. 262/1. VF, well-centered. (75)

N u m e r i u s Fabius Pictor. 126 BC. Denarius. (3.83 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Q. Fabius Pictor seated left, shield at side inscribed QVI/RIN, he holds apex(flamen's cap) in his right hand. Fabia 11a, Syd. 517, Craw. 2 6 8 / l a . Lightly toned VF, some encrustation which has been removed in front of Roma's face. (100) Q. Fabius Pictor was appointed praetor of Sardinia in 187 BC, but since he had been consecrated flamen quirinalis (a priest of Quirinus-or Romulus after his deification), he was not allowed to take the post of praetor. Hence, he is represented as both soldier and priest on this coin.


CLASSICAL

96.

C. C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s C a p r a r i u s . 125 BC. Denarius. (3.62 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Jupiter in biga of elephants left. Victory flies right above to crown him. Caecilia 14, Syd. 485, Craw. 269/1. VF, dark hoard patina still intact. (75)

97.

M a n . A c i l i u s B a l b u s . 125 BC. Denarius. (3.76 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, ROMA below, BALBUS behind; all within laurel-wreath. Jupiter and Victory in quadriga right, Macedonian shield below horses. Acilia 1, Syd. 498, Craw. 271/1. VF. (75)

198.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

502.

Q. M i n u c i u s R u f u s . 122 BC. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. The Dioscuri on horseback right. Minucia 1, Syd. 421, Craw. 277/1. VF. (50)

503.

C . Plutius. 121 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. The Dioscuri on horseback right. Plutia 1, Syd. 410 & 414, Craw. 278/1. Toned VF+. (100)

504.

Cn. Carbo. 121 BC. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Jupiter in quadriga right. Papiria 7, Syd. 415, Craw. 279/1. Toned VF. (60)

505.

M a r c u s Tullius. 120 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in quadriga right, wreath above horses. Tullia 1, Syd. 531, Craw. 280/1. Toned good VF, graffito in obverse field. (75)

506.

M. Furius L.f. Philus. 119 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Laureate head of Janus. Roma standing left, erecting trophy. Furia 18, Syd. 529, Craw. 281/1. Toned VF+, weakly struck reverse. (150)

507.

L. Cosconius M.f. 118 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Serrate. Helmeted head of Roma right. Bituitus in Biga right. Cosconia 1, Syd. 521, Craw. 282/2. Lightly toned VF. (125)

Q . F a b i u s L a b e o . 124 BC. Denarius. (3.97 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Jupiter in quadriga right, prow of galley below horses. Fabia 1, Syd. 532, Craw. 273/1. Toned VF. (75)

499.

C . C a t o . 123 BC. Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Porcia 1, Syd. 417, Craw. 274/1. Lightly toned VF, well-centered. (50)

500.

M . F a n n i u s C.f. 123 BC. Denarius. (3.82 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in quadriag right. Fannia 1, Syd. 419, Craw. 275/1. VF+. (50)

501.

Marcus Carbo. 122 BC. Denarius. (3.83 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, laurel-branch behind. Jupiter in quadriga right. Papiria 6, Syd. 423, Craw. 276/1. VF, lightly scratched from old cleaning. (50) 5


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

508.

L.Pomponius C n . f . .118 B C . Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Serrate. Helmeted head of Roma right. Warrior driving biga right. Pomponia 7a, Syd. 522a, Crawford 282/4var. VF. (80)

509.

L. P o r c i u s L i c i n u s . 118 B C . D e n a r i u s . (3.77 gms.). Serrate. Helmeted head of Roma right. Bituitus in biga right. Porcia 8, Syd. 520, Craw. 282/5. Toned VF, J shaped banker's mark on Roma's cheek. (50)

510.

511.

514.

M . S e r g i u s Silus. 116-115 B C . Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. M.Sergius Silus riding left, brandishing sword and severed head in left hand. Sergia-1, Syd. (80) 534, Craw. 286/1. Nice VF. A rather blood-thirsty reverse depicting the moneyer's grandfather fighting on after losing his right hand in battle.

515.

M. C i p i u s M . f . 115-114 B C . Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right, rudder below horses. Cipia 1, Syd. 546, Craw. 289/1. VF, flan flaw on Roma's helmet. (100)

515A.

A n o n y m o u s . 115-114 BC. Denarius. (3.80 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Roma seated right on shields, wolf and twins to right, eagles above. RSC-176, Syd. 530, Craw. 287/1. Toned VF. (100)

516.

M a n . A e m i l i u s L e p i d u s . 114/113 BC. Denarius. (3.78 gms.). Laureate, diademed and draped bust of Roma right. Equestrian statue right on triumphal arch, LEP between the arches. Aemilia 7, Syd. 554, Craw. 291/1. VF. (50)

517.

L. Philippus. 113/112 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Head of Philip V of Macedon right, wearing royal Macedonian helmet, ROMA in ligature behind. Equestrian statue right on base inscribed L. PHILIPPVS, flower below horse. Marcia 12, Syd. 551, Craw. 293/1. Toned good VF. (75)

Q. M a r c i u s , C . Fabius and L. Roscius. 118-117 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in quadriga right. Marcia 16, Syd. 541, Craw. 2 8 3 / l a . Good VF. (75)

M a r c u s C a l i d i u s , Q . M e t e l l u s a n d C n . F u l v i u s . 117116 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Calidia 1, Syd. 539, Craw. 284/1 a. Darkly toned VF, few flecks of red paint. (100)

512.

Q . Curtius. 116-115 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Jupiter in fast quadriga right. Curtia 2, Syd. 537, Craw. 285/2. Good VF. (50)

513.

M . S e r g i u s S i l u s . 116-115 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Horseman galloping left, holding sword in raised left hand, head of barbarian behind. Scrgia 1, Syd. 534, Craw. 286/1. VF, flan flaw before Roma's face. (65)


CLASSICAL

L. Torquatus. 113-112 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right within torque.Warrior galloping left, Q behind. Manlia 2, Syd. 545, Craw. 295/1. Lightly toned good VF/aVF. (125)

)19.

520.

521.

524.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

L. Flaminius Chilo. 109-108 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Flaminia 1, Syd. 540, Craw. 302/1. VF. (75)

T i b e r i u s Q u i n c t i u s . 112/111 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Laureate bust of Hercules half-left, turned from viewer, wears lion's skin and holds club over right shoulder. Two horses left, the closer of the two ridden by laureate nude rider (desultor), rat beneath horses, DOS. S incuse on tablet in exergue. Quinctia 6, Syd. 563, Craw. 297/1. VF+/VF, flecks of encrustation. (125)

L. Flaminius C h i l o . 109-108 BC. Denarius. (4.03 gms.). Helmeted bust of Roma right. Victory driving biga right. Flaminia 1, Syd. 540, Crawford 302/1. Lightly toned EF. (125)

A p p i u s C l a u d i u s Pulcher, T. Manlius Mancinus and Q. Urbinius. 111-110 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in triga right. Claudia 2, Syd. 570, Craw. 299/1 a. Lightly toned good VF. (100)

526.

L. M e m m i u s . 109-108 BC. Denarius. (3.71 gms.). Male head right, wearing oak-wreath. The Dioscuri standing facing, holding their horses. Memmia 1, Syd. 558, Craw. 304/1. Darkly toned VF+. (100)

527.

Q. Lutatius Cerco. 109-108 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Q. LVTATI/Q. above a galley; all within oak-wreath. Lutatia 2, Syd. 559, Craw. 305/1. Pleasing VF. (75)

528.

L. Valerius Flaccus. 108-107 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Draped bust of Victory right, wearing necklace. Mars advancing left, holding trophy over left shoulder and spear in right hand, corn-stalk behind him, apex (flamen's cap) before. Valeria 11, Syd. 565, Craw. 306/1. Good VF, two old test marks on Victory's cheekbone. (75)

C. Claudius Pulcher. 110-109 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Claudia 1, Syd. 569, Craw. 300/1. Toned VF. (75)

522.

C. Claudius Pulcher. 110-109 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Brockage of obverse. Claudia 1, Syd. 569, Craw.-300/1. Dark toned VF. (100)

523.

P. Laeca. 110-109 BC. Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Roman soldier standing left, placing his hand on the head of a citizen, lictor standing behind soldier. Porcia 4, Syd. 571, Craw. 301/1. Good VF, lightly polished but still attractive. (100)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

529.

M. H e r e n n i u s . 108-107 BC. D e n a r i u s . (3.94 gms.). Diademed head of Piety right. Amphinomus carrying his father to the right. Herennia la, Syd. 567a, Craw. 3 0 8 / l b . VF+/VF. (75)

535.

L u c i u s A p p u l e i u s S a t u r n i n u s . 104 BC. Denarius. (3.90 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma left. Saturn in quadriga right, Β and two small pellets above horses. Appuleia lvar., Syd. 578, Craw. 317/3a. Toned VF. (75)

530.

L. Scipio A s i a g e n u s . 106 B C . Denarius. (3.83 gms.). Serrate. Laureate head of Jupiter left. Jupiter in quadriga right. Cornelia 24, Syd. 576b, Craw. 311/lc,d. Good VF. (50)

536.

L u c i u s A p p u l e i u s S a t u r n i n u s . 104 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma left. Saturn in quadriga right, L and one small pellet below horses. Appuleia 1, Syd. 578a, Craw. 317/3b. EF, some weak spots due to strike. (100)

531.

L. S c i p i o A s i a g e n u s . 106 B C . Denarius. (3.92 gms.). Serrate. Laureate head of Jupiter left, Ε behind. Jupiter in quadriga right. Cornelia 24b, Syd. 576, Craw. 311/1 a. Toned good VF. (75)

532.

L. M e m m i u s G a l e r i a . 106 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Serrate. Laureate head of Saturn left, harpa and ROMA behind, M beneath chin. Venus in biga right, Cupid flies left above holding wreath. Memmia 2, Syd. 574, Craw. 3 1 3 / l b . Darkly toned VF. (75)

533.

L. M e m m i u s G a l e r i a . 106 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Serrate. Laureate head of Saturn left, harpa and ROMA behind. Venus in biga right, Q below horses, Cupid flies left above holding wreath. M e m m i a 2a, Syd. 574a, Craw. 3 1 3 / l c . Pleasing VF. _ (75)

172.

L. Thorius Balbus. 105 BC. Denarius. (3.93 gms.). Head of Juno Sospita right. Bull charging right, R above. Thoria 1, Syd. 598, Crawford 316/1. VF. (50) 168.

537.

C. C o e l i u s C a l d u s . 104 B C . Denarius. (3.92 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma left. Victory in biga left, Ο above horses. Coelia 2, Syd. 582, Craw. 318/la. VF. (75)

538.

Q. Thermus M.f. 103 BC. Denarius. (3.74 gms.). Helmeted head of Mars left. T w o soldiers fighting, the one on the left protects a fallen comrade. Minucia 19, Syd. 592, Craw. 319/1. Good VF. (75)

539.

Q. T h e r m u s M . f. 103 B C . D e n a r i u s . (3.81 gms.). Helmeted bust of Mars left. Soldier defending fallen comrade from attacker. Minucia 19, Syd. 592, Crawford 319/1. VF. (75)

540.

C . F a b i u s C . f . H a d r i a n u s . 102 BC. Denarius. (3.72 gms.). Veiled and turreted head of Cybele right, Greek letter Ρ behind. Victory in biga right, stork before. Fabia 15, Syd. 589, Craw. 322/1 a. Toned VF+, lightly porous. (100)

I s


CLASSICAL

541.

C . F a b i u s C . f . Hatfrianus. 102 BC. Denarius. (3.99 gms.). Veiled and turreted head of Cybele right, EX. A. PV behind. Victory in biga right, stork before, H and one pellet below horses. Fabia 14, Syd. 590, Craw. 322/lb. Good VF. (75)

542.

M . L u c i l i u s R u f u s . 101 B C . Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right within laurel-wreath. Victory in biga right. Lucilia 1, Syd. 599, Craw. 324/1. Beautifully toned VF+. (75)

M . L u c i l i u s R u f u s . 101 B C . Denarius. (4.00 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right within wreath . Victory driving biga right. Lucilia 1, Syd. 599, Crawford 324/1. Lightly toned (150) VF+.

544.

545.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

546.

M . S e r v i l i u s C . f . 100 BC. D e n a r i u s . (3.80 g m s . ) . Helmeted head of Roma right, Y behind. Roman soldier fighting a barbarian, both with a horse behind him. Servilia 13, Syd. 602, Craw. 327/1. Good VF, lightly porous. (60)

547.

M. S e r v i l i u s C . f . 100 B C . D e n a r i u s . (3.87 g m s . ) . Helmeted bust of Roma right, Ν behind. Two dismounted warriors in combat, Τ in exergue. Servilia 13, Syd. 602, Crawford 327/1. VF. (75)

548.

M. S e r v i l i u s C . f . 100 B C . D e n a r i u s . (3.92 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, ω behind. Roman soldier fighting a barbarian, both with a horse behind him. Servilia 13, Syd. 602, Craw. 327/1. Toned EF. (125)

549.

Pub. Lentulus Marceli f. 100 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Bust of young Hercules right, turned from viewer, wears lion's skin and holds club over left shoulder, shield and D behind. Roma standing facing, crowned by the Genius of the Roman people, D between; all within laurel-wreath. Cornelia 25, Syd. 604, Craw. 329/la. VF+/VF. (100)

550.

L . C a l p u r n i u s Piso C a e s o n i n u s and Q. S e r v i l i u s Caepio, quaestors. 100 BC. Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Laureate head of Saturn right, harpa and PISO behind, CAEPIO and bow below, Q below chin. The two quaestors seated left between two corn-stalks. Calpurnia 5, Syd. 603, Craw. 3 3 0 / l a . Nice VF+/VF. (75)

L. Sentius C.f. 101 BC. Denarius. (3.82 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Jupiter in quadriga right. Sentia 1, Syd. (60) 600, Craw. 325/lb. VF.

C . F u n d a n i u s . 101 BC. Quinarius. (1.97 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right. Victory standing right about to crown a trophy, captive kneels left at base of trophy. Fundania 2, Syd. 584, Craw. 326/2. Toned EF. (250)

59


CLASSICAL

551.

552.

553.

554.

555.

168.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

P. S a b i n u s . 99 BC. Quinarius. (1.67 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right, Η and two dots behind. Victory standing right, crowning trophy, P. SABIN in field between, Η and two dots to right; in exergue, Q. Vettia 1, Syd. 587, Craw. 331/1. VF, light corrosion. (40)

557.

C . Malleolus. 96 BC. Denarius. (3.98 gms.). Helmeted head of Mars right, mallet above. Soldier or hero standing left before trophy, right foot on cuirass, prow behind. Poblicia 6a, Syd. 615, Craw. 335/3b. Iridescently VF, banker's mark on cheek. (100)

558.

A. A l b i n u s Sp. f. 96 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Diademed and draped bust right of Diana, bow and quiver on shoulder, R O M A below. Three horsemen galloping left, fallen soldier before. Postumia 4, Syd. 613, Craw. 335/9. Good VF. (125)

559.

D. Silanus L.f. 91 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right, D behind. Victory in biga right, ΙΠΙ above. Junia 15, Syd. 646, Craw. 337/3. Near EF/EF. (125)

560.

D. S i l a n u s L.f. 91 BC. Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Diademed bust of Salus right, wearing necklace, SALVS below, Ρ under chin; all within ornamented torque. Victory in biga right, grasshopper below horses. Junia 17, Syd. 645c, Craw. 337/2f. Nice EF, some dirt on Salus' face. (150)

561.

D. S i l a n u s L.f. 91 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Diademed bust of Salus right, wearing necklace, SALVS below, letter under chin; all within ornamented torque. Victory in biga right, ROMA below horses. Junia 18, Syd. 645, Craw. 337/2c. EF, eroded die. (100)

T . Cloelius. 98 BC. Quinarius. (1.78 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right, Ρ and dot behind. Victory standng right, crowning trophy, Gaulish captive seated left at base of trophy. Cloulia 2, Syd. 586, Craw. 332/la. Nice EF. (150)

T. Cloelius. 98 BC. Quinarius. (1.72 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right, letter b e f o r e neck. Victory standng right, crowning trophy, Gaulish captive seated left at base of trophy. Cloulia 2b, Syd. 586b, Craw. 3 3 2 / l c . Daxkly toned VF/aVF. (50)

C . E g n a t u l e i u s C . f . 97 B C . Q u i n a r i u s . (1.95 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Victory standing left, erecting trophy, Q between. Egnatuleia 1, Syd. 588, Craw. 333/1. Toned VF+. (100)

L. P o m p o n i u s M o l o . 97 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Numa Pompilius standing right before an atlar, preparing to sacrifice a goat held by a youth. Pomponia 6, Syd. 607, Craw. 334/1. VF+. (125)

C . Malleolus. 96 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Helmeted head of Mars right, mallet above. Soldier or hero standing left before trophy, right foot on cuirass, prow and symbol behind. Poblicia 6, Syd. 615a, Craw. 335/3d. VF+. (200) 60


CLASSICAL

L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi. 90 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, quiver behind; all within bead and reel border. Naked horseman galloping left, holding torch, arrow above, L. PISO. L.F/ FRVGI below. Calpurnia 9, Syd. 652, Craw. 340/1. Toned good VF. (100)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

568.

C. V i b i u s C.f. Pansa. 90 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, Ψ below chin. Minerva in quadriga right. Vibia 2b, Syd. 684b, Craw. 342/5b. VF, some die erosion. (50)

L. C a l p u r n i u s Piso F r u g i . 90 BC. Quinarius. (2.03 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, branch behind. Victory standing right, L. PISO before, FRVGI behind. Calpurnia 13a, Syd. 673, Craw. 340/2b. Fine+, two scratches before Apollo's face. (50)

569.

M. Cato. 89 BC. Denarius. (3.55 gms.). Diademed and draped bust of female right. Victory seated right, holding patera. Porcia 5, Syd. 596, Craw. 3 4 3 / l b . Toned good VF, verdigris on reverse. (75)

L. C a l p u r n i u s Piso F r u g i . 90 BC. Qutnarius. (1.88 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, Ε behind. Victory standing right, L. PI SO across the field, FRVGI in exergue. Calpurnia 13b, Syd. 672, Craw. 340/2e. Toned VF, light corrosion. (75)

570.

M. Cato. 89 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Diademed and draped bust of female right. Victory seated right, holding patera, ST under seat. Porcia 6, Syd. 596a, Craw. 3 4 3 / l c . Toned VF+, several flan flaws and extra metal on obverse. (100)

571.

M. Cato. 89 BC. Quinarius. (2.06 gms.). Young male head right, wearing ivy-wreath, hair long, scorpion left below. Victory seated right, holding patera. Porcia 7, Syd. 596c, Craw. 343/2b. Toned VF. (60)

572.

M. Cato. 89 BC. Quinarius. (1.93 gms.). Young male head right, wearing ivy-wreath, hair long, without control symbol. Victory seated right, holding patera. Porcia 7d, Syd.-, Craw. 343/2a. Toned VF, large spread flan, probably overstruck on another quinarius of the same moneyer as a second VICTR appears on reverse. (200)

573.

L. Titurius L.f. Sabinus. 89 BC. Uenarius. (3.48 gms.). Head of King Talius right, palm below chin. Two soldiers each carrying a woman in his arms (the Rape of the Sabine Women). Tituria 2, Syd. 698a, Craw. 344/lb. VF+, some die erosion. (125)

Q. Titius. 90 BC. Denarius. (4.11 gms.). Head of Mutinus Titinus right, wearing winged diadem. Pegasus leaping right from tablet inscribed Q. TITI. Titia 1, Syd. 691, Craw. 341/1. VF+/EF. (150)

Q. Titius. 90 BC. Quinarius. (1.86 gms.). Draped bust of Victory right. Pegasus leaping right, Q. TITI below on exergual line. Titia 3, Syd. 693, Craw. 341/3. Good VF, flan flaw on Victory's forehead, light scratches and flecks of encrustation. (100)

C . Vibius C . f . Pansa. 90 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, uncertain symbol below chin. Minerva in quadriga right. Vibia 1, Syd. 684, Craw. 342/5b. EF/EF+. (100)

1001.


CLASSICAL

574.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

L. Titurius L.f. Sabinus. 89 BC. Denarius. (4.07 gms.). Head of King Tatius right, palm below chin. Tarpeia facing, buried to her waist in shields, hands out to ward off two soldiers about to throw their shields. Tituria 4, Syd. 699, Craw. 344/2b. VF+/EF. (200)

575.

L. Titurius L.f. Sabinus. 89 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Head of King Tatius right, palm below chin, A. PV before. Tarpeia facing, buried to her waist in shields, hands out to ward off two soldiers about to throw their shields. Tituria 5, Syd. 699a, Craw. 344/2c. Toned VF, several old scrapes and digs. (50)

576.

L. Titurius L.f. Sabinus. 89 BC. Denarius. (4.04 gms.). Head of Tatius right. Victory driving biga right. Symbol in exergue not visible. Tituria 6, Syd. 700, Craw. 344/3. Lightly toned good VF, die erosion on obverse. (80)

577.

C. C e n s o r i n u s . 88 BC. Denarius. (3.58 gms.). Conjoined heads right of Numa Pompilius and Ancus Marcius. Two horses galloping right, rider on the closer of the two, L below horses. Marcia 18b, Syd. 713c, Craw. 346/1 f.g. VF. (80)

1001.

C. C e n s o r i n u s . 88 BC. Denarius. (3.97 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Bridled horse galloping right, C. C E N S O R I below horse, stag's head above horse, plough in exergue. Marcia 19, Syd. 714, Craw. 346/2b. VF+. (100)

579.

Cn. L e n t u l u s C l o d i a n u s . 88 BC. Denarius. (3.78 gms.). Helmeted bust of Mars right, turned from viewer. Victory in biga right. Cornelia 50, Syd. 702, Craw. 345/1. VF. (100)

580.

L . R u b r i u s D o s s e n u s . 87 BC. Denarius. (4.11 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right, sceptre behind. Triumphal chariot right, small Victory on top of it. Rubria 1, Syd. 705, Craw. 348/1. Toned VF. (50)

581.

L. R u b r i u s D o s s e n u s . 87 BC. Denarius. (3.67 gms.). Helmeted head of Mars right, wearing aegis. Triumphal chariot right, small Victory on top of it in biga right. Rubria 3, Syd. 707, Craw. 348/3. Toned VF/aVF, two old scratches on obverse. (50)

582.

L. R u b r i u s D o s s e n u s . 87 BC. Quinarius. (1.58 gms.). Laureate head of Neptune right, trident and DOS SEN behind. Victory walking right, serpent entwined around altar before her. Rubria 4, Syd. 708, Craw. 348/4. Near VF, light porosity. (75)

583.

L. and C . M e m m i u s L.f. Galeria. 87 B C . D e n a r i u s . (3.84 gms.). Laureate head of Saturn left, harpa and EX.S.C behind, C and seven small pellets before. Venus in biga right, Cupid flies left above. Memmia 8, Syd. 712, Craw. 349/1. Good VF. (75)

584.

A n o n y m o u s . 86 BC. Denarius. (4.22 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, thunderbolt below. Jupiter in quadriga right. RSC (90) 226, Syd. 723, Craw. 350A/2. Toned VF+/VF.


CLASSICAL

85.

Μ η . F o n t e i u s C.f. 85 BC..Denarius. (4.12 gms.). Laureate head of Vejovis right, thunderbolt below. Winged infant Genius seated on goat right, pilei of the Dioscuri above, thyrsus below; all within laurel-wreath. Fonteia 9, Syd. 724, Craw. 353/1 a. Toned VF+. (100)

Μ η . F o n t e i u s C.f. 85 BC. Denarius. (3.98 gms.). Laureate head of Vejovis right, thunderbolt below, C.F under chin. Winged infant Genius seated on goat right, pilei of the Dioscuri above, thyrsus below; all within laurel-wreath. Fonteia 10, Syd. 724a, Craw. 353/lc. Superb EF. (225)

M n . F o n t e i u s C.f. 85 BC. Denarius. (3.67 gms.). Laureate head of Vejovis right, thunderbolt below, C.F under chin. Winged infant Genius seated on goat right, pilei of the Dioscuri to either side of goat, thyrsus below; all within laurelwreath. Fonteia 11, Syd. 724b, Craw. 353/ld. Toned VF.

L. J u l i u s B u r s i o . 85 BC. Denarius. (4.06 gms.). Bust of Apollo Vejovis right, turtle and trident behind. Victory driving quadriga right, numeral LV above. Julia 5a, Syd. 728a, Crawford 352/1 c. VF. (75)

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

589.

L. Sulla. 84-83 BC. Denarius. (3.78 gms.). Diademed head of Venus right; before her, Cupid standing left holding long palm-branch; below, SVLLA. Capis and lituus between two trophies. Cornelia 29, Syd. 761, Craw. 359/2. Darkly toned VF. (150)

590.

C . N o r b a n u s . 83 BC. Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Diademed head of Venus right, wearing single-drop pendant earring. Corn-ear, fasces and caduceus. Norbana 2, Syd. 739, Craw. 3 5 7 / l b . (75) Toned VF.

591.

Q . A n t o n i u s B a l b u s . 83-82 BC. Denarius. (4.00 gms.). Serrate. Bust of Jupiter right. Victory driving quadriga right, Ε below. Antonia 1, Syd. 742b, Crawford 364/ld. Good VF. (60)

592.

P u b . C r e p u s i u s . 82 BC. Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, sceptre behind shoulder, turtle beneath c h i n . H o r s e m a n g a l l o p i n g right, t h r o w i n g a spear, C C C C X X X X I behind. Crepusia 1, Syd. 738a, Craw. 3 6 1 / l c . Toned EF/VF+, graffito in left reverse field. (125)

593.

C . M a m i l i u s L i m e t a n u s . 82 BC. Denarius. (4.01 gms.). Serrate. Draped bust of Mercury right, wearing winged petasus and caduceus behind shoulder. Ulysses walking right, his dog Argos before him. Mamilia 6, Syd. 741, Craw. 362/1. Toned VF, attractive. (125)

(100)

1001.

NUMISMATIC


1

ÎĄ

CLASSICAL

594.

595.

596.

597.

1199.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

599.

A n o n y m o u s . 81 BC. Quinarius. (1.71 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Victory standing right, crowning trophy before her, I I I between. RSC 227b, Syd. 609b, Craw. 373/1 b. Good VF. (75)

600.

Q . C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s P i u s . A s I m p e r a t o r . 81 B C . Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Diademed head of Pietas right, stork before. Elephant walking left, Q.C.M.P.I, in exergue. Caecilia 43, Syd. 750, Craw. 374/1. Good VF, few faint old scratches. (120)

601.

Q . C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s P i u s . As I m p e r a t o r . 81 B C . Denarius. (3.78 gms.). Diademed head of Pietas right, stork before. Lituus and jug, IMPER in exergue; all within laurelwreath. Caecilia 44, Syd. 751, Craw. 374/2. Good VF. (100)

602.

C . M a r i u s C.f. Capito. 81 BC. Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Serrate. Draped bust of Ceres right, hair bound with comwreath, C. MARI. C.F.CAPIT. XXVII around. Ploughman with yoke of oxen left, XXVII above, S.C. and frog in exergue. Maria 8, Syd. 744a, Craw. 378/lb. VF+. (125)

603.

L. Procilius. 80 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right. Juno Sospita walking right, throwing spear and holding shield, erect serpent before. Procilia 1, Syd. 771, Craw. 379/1. Darkly toned near EF. (100)

604.

L. Procilius. 80 BC. Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Serrate. Head of Juno Sospita right. Juno driving biga right. Procilia 2, Syd. (100) 772, Crawford 379/1. Toned VF.

L. C e n s o r i n u s . 82 BC. Denarius. (4.26 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. The satyr Marsyas standing left, wineskin over his left shoulder, column behind surmounted by a draped figure. Marcia 24, Syd. 737, Craw. 3 6 3 / l d . Iridescently (125) toned near EF.

C. Annius T.f. T.n. and L. Fabius L.f. H i s p a n i e n s i s . 82-81 BC. Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Diademed and draped bust of Anna Perenna right, scales beneath chin, caduceus behind, uncertain symbol (staff with double hook?) below bust. Victory in quadriga right, Q above horses. Annia 2a, Syd. 748, Craw. 366/la. Good VF. (125)

L. M a n l i u s T o r q u a t u s . 82 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Sulla in slow quadriga right, Victory flying left above to crown him, L. SVLLA IM in exergue. Manlia 4, Syd. 757, Craw. 367/5. Lightly toned near EF. (150)

M. M e t e l l u s Q.f. Restored Issue of 82-80 BC. Denarius. (3.87 gms.). Diademed head of Apollo right. M. METELLVS Q.F around Macedonian shield decorated with elephant's head; all within laurel-wreath. Caecilia 30, Syd. 719, Craw. 369/1. (125) VF+.

A n o n y m o u s . 81 BC. Quinarius. (1.68 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right. Victory standing right, crowning trophy before her, F between. RSC 227a, Syd. 609a, Craw. 3 7 3 / l b . Darkly toned VF/F. (50)

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CLASSICAL

05.

C Serrate. C.. Naevius Balbus. 79 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Serrate. Diademed head of Venus right, S.C. behind, G under chin. Victory in triga right. Naevia 6b, Syd. 769, Craw. 382/1 a. Good VF/VF+. (75)

06.

Ti. Claudius Ti.f. Ap.n. N e r o . 79 BC. Denarius. (3.69 gms.). Serrate. Diademed and draped bust right of Diana, bow and quiver at her shoulder. Victory in biga right. Claudia 5, Syd. 770, Craw. 383/1. Nice EF. (150)

!07.

Ti. C l a u d i u s Ti.f. Ap.n. N e r o . 79 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Serrate. Bust of Diana right. Victory driving biga right, numeral below, CLVIIII. Claudia 5, Syd. 770, Crawford 383/1. Nice VF. (75)

)08.

M. Volteius M.f. 78 BC. Denarius. (4.06 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right. Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus. Volteia 1, Syd. 774, Craw. 385/1. Good VF/VF+. (100)

509.

M. Volteius M.f. 78 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Head of H e r c u l e s r i g h t , w e a r i n g lion's skion h e a d d r e s s . T h e Erymanthian boar running right. Volteia 2, Syd. 775, Craw. 385/2. VF. (75)

1001.

610.

M. Volteius M.f. 78 BC. Denarius. (3.99 gms.). Draped bust right of Attis or young Corybas, wearing laureate helmet, head of Pan behind. Cybele seated in chariot drawn by two lions right. Volteia 4, Syd. 777, Craw. 385/4. Toned VF+. (75)

611.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

L. Cassius Q.f. Longinus. 78 BC. Denarius. (3.70 gms.). Head of Liber or Bacchus right, wearing ivy-wreath, thyrsus over far shoulder. Head of Libera left, wearing vine-wreath. Cassia 6, Syd. 779, Craw. 386/1. Pleasing VF. (150)

L. R u t i l i u s F l a c c u s . 77 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Victory in biga right. Rutilia 1, Syd. 780, Craw. 387/1. Toned VF, several banker's marks. (50)

613.

P. Satrienus. 77 BC. Denarius. (3.72 gms.). Helmeted head of Mars right. She-wolf walking left. Satriena 1, Syd. 781a, Craw. 3 8 8 / l b . EF, light porosity. (275)

614.

L. Rustius. 76 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Helmeted head of Mars right. Ram standing right. Rustia 1, Syd. 782, Craw. 389/1. Lightly toned good VF. (150)

615.

L. Lucretius Trio. 76 BC. Denarius. (4.04 gms.). Radiate head of Sol right. TRIO within crescent moon and seven stars, L. LVCRETI below. Lucretia 2, Syd. 783, Craw. 390/1. Toned VF+, banker's mark on Sol's cheek. (150)

616.

L. Lucretius Trio. 76 BC. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). Laureate head of Neptune right, trident and XXXIX behind. Winged Genius riding dolphin right. Lucretia 3, Syd. 784, Craw. 390/2. Toned VF+. (150)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

617.

Cn. Lentulus. 76-75 BC. Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Draped and diademed bust right of the Genius of the Roman people, sceptre behind shoulder. EX S.C. divided by sceptre, globe and rudder. Cornelia 54, Syd. 752, Craw. 393/la. Toned VF+. (175)

618.

Cn. Lentulus. 76-75 BC. Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Draped and diademed bust right of the Genius of the Roman people, sceptre behind shoulder. EX S.C. divided by sceptre, globe and rudder. Cornelia 55, Syd. 752a, Craw. 393/lb. Near EF. (125)

618A.

Cn. Lentulus. 76-75 BC. Denarius. (3.93 gms.). Same types as p r e v i o u s . C o r n e l i a 55, Syd. 7 5 2 a , C r a w . 3 9 3 / l b . Iridescently toned near EF. (150)

619.

Cn. E g n a t i u s C n . f . C n . n . M a x s u m u s . 75 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Diademed and draped bust right of Liberty, pileus behind. Roma and Venus standing facing, Cupid flying between and touching Venus' face, oar on a prow to either side. Egnatia 2, Syd. 787, Craw. 391/3. EF but weak areas due to strike. (250)

620.

Cn. E g n a t i u s C n . f . C n . n . M a x s u m u s . 75 BC. Denarius. (3.75 gms.). Bust of Cupid right, bow and quiver on shoulder. Jupiter and Liberty within distyle temple. Egnatia 3, Syd. 788, Craw. 391/2. Good VF. (200)

6

621.

L. F a r s u l e i u s M e n s o r . 75 BC. Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Diademed and draped bust right of Liberty, S.C. and pileus behind. Roma in biga right, assisting togate figure into the chariot, ·]‫׳‬XX below horses. Farsuleia 2, Syd. 789, Craw. 392/1 b. Lightly toned VF+, few spots of porosity and weak strike. (150)

622.

C. Postumius. 74 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Draped bust of Diana right, bow and quiver on shoulder. Hound running right, hunting spear below. Postumia 9, Syd. 785, Craw. 394/1 a. EF, lightly porous. (150)

623.

L. Cossutius C . f . Sabula. 74 BC. Denarius. (3.60 gms.). Winged head of Medusa left, hair entwined with serpents. Bellerophon riding Pegasus right, throwning spear. Cossutia 1, Syd. 790, Craw. 395/1. Good VF/aVF. (175)

624.

Lucius Axius L.f. Naso. 71 BC. Fourrée Denarius. (2.83 gms.). Helmeted head of Mars right, helmet with plume on each side. Diana in biga of stags right, a dog below the stags, two more behind. Axia 1, Syd. 794, Craw. 400/1 a. VF. (150)

625.

M n . A q u i l l i u s M n . f . M n . n . 71 BC. Denarius. (3.55 gms.). Serrate. Helmeted bust of Virtus right. The consul Man. Aquillius raising Sicilia with his right hand. Aquillia 2, Syd. 798, Craw. 401/1. Darkly toned VF, slight edge bend. (50)


CI A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

>6.

M n . A q u i l l i u s M n . f . M n . n . 71 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Serrate. Helmeted bust of Virtus right. The consul raising up fallen figure of Sicilia. Aquillia 2, Syd. 798, Crawford 401/1. VF, well-centered. (100)

631.

P. Galba. 69 BC. Denarius. (3.72 gms.). Veiled head of Vesta right, S.C. behind. AE C V R divided by a knife, simpulum and ornamented axe. Sulpicia 7, Syd. 839, Craw. 406/1. Near EF, scraped on obverse. (125)

27.

T . Vettius Sabinus. 70 BC. Denarius. (3.82 gms.). Serrate. Head of King Tatius right. Togate figure holding sceptre in slow biga left, corn-ear behind. Vettia 2, Syd. 905, Craw. 404/1. Darkly toned VF+. (250)

632.

M. Plaetorius M.f. Cestianus. 67 BC. Denarius. (3.99 gms.). CESTIANVS behind turreted and draped bust right of Cybele, protome of lion behind shoulder, globe under chin. Curule chair. Plaetoria 3, Syd. 808, Craw. 409/2. Lightly toned (100) good VF/VF+, banker's mark on cheek.

28.

M. Plaetorius M.f. Cestianus. 69 BC. Denarius. (3.98 gms.). Draped female bust right, hair in net, urn behind. Caduceus between M. PLAETORI on the right and CEST. EX. S.C. on left. Plaetoria 6, Syd. 805, Craw. 403/3b. Nice EF, some flatness due to strike, rare. (150)

633.

M. Plaetorius M.f. Cestianus. 67 BC. Denarius. (3.92 gms.). C E S T I A N V S behind winged bust of Vacuna right, wearing crested helmet, quiver and bow on shoulder, c o r n u c o p i a e b e n e a t h chin. E a g l e s t a n d i n g right on thunderbolt, wings spread, head left. Plaetoria 4, Syd. 809, Craw. 409/1. Toned good VF. (125)

M. Plaetorius M.f. Cestianus. 69 BC. Denarius. (3.93 gms.). Draped female bust right, hair in net, wreath (?) behind. Jug and lighted torch between M. PLAETORI on the right and CEST. EX. S.C. on left. Plaetoria 7, Syd. 803, Craw. 405/4b. Toned VF+, rare. (150)

634.

Q . P o m p o n i u s M u s a . 66 BC. Denarius. (3.60 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, tortoise behind. Terpischore (Muse of Dancing) standing right, holding lyre and plectrum. Pomponia 18, Syd. 820, Craw. 410/7c. Darkly toned VF+/EF, corrosion spots on obverse. (250)

635.

Q . P o m p o n i u s M u s a . 66 BC. Denarius. (3.99 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, star behind. Urania (Muse of Astronomy) standing left, pointing wand at globe on a tripod. Pomponia 22, Syd. 823, Craw. 410/8. Nice EF, couple of light scrapes on obverse. (350)

29.

30.

M . P l a e t o r i u s M . f . C e s t i a n u s . 69 BC. Denarius. (3.81 gms.). Draped female bust right, hair in net, sword behind. Jug and lighted torch between M. PLAETOR on the right and CEST. EX. S.C. on left. Plaetoria 7a, Syd. 803a, Craw. 405/4bvar. Lightly toned VF, rare. (150)


CI A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

636.

L. Torquatus. 65 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Head of Sibylla right. L. T O R Q V A T to left of tripod surmounted by amphora and between two stars, III VIR to right; all within ornamented torque. Manlia 12, Syd. 835a, Craw. 4 1 1 / l b . Toned VF. (200)

637.

L. C a s s i u s L o n g i n u s . 63 BC. Denarius. (3.90 gms.). Veiled and draped bust left of Vesta, kylix behind. Togate male figure left, dropping tablet into cista. Cassia 10, Syd. 935, Craw. 413/1. Darkly toned EF/VF+, light porosity on reverse. (125)

638

L. Furius C n . f . Brocchus. 63 BC. Denarius. (3.48 gms.). Bust of Ceres right between corn-ear and barley grain. Curule chair between fasces. Furia 23a, Syd. 902a, Crawford 414/1. EF but porous surfaces. (80)

639.

L. A e m i l i u s L e p i d u s Paullus. 62 BC. Denarius. (3.76 gms.). Veiled and diademed head of Concord right. Trophy with L. Aemilius Paullus on the right, Perseus of Macedon and his two sons as prisoners on the left. Aemilia 10, Syd. 926, Craw. 415/1. Beautifully toned EF. (100)

640.

L. S c r i b o n i u s L i b o . 62 B C . Denarius. (3.88 gms.). Diademed head of Bonus Eventus right. Well-head ornamented with two lyres, tongs and festoons. Scribonia 8, Syd. 928, Craw. 416/lb. Nice VF+. (75)

641.

L. S c r i b o n i u s L i b o . 62 B C . Denarius. (3.91 gms.). Diademed head of Bonus Eventus right. Well-head ornamented with two lyres, hammer and festoons. Scribonia 8a, Syd. 928, Craw. 4 1 6 / l a . Nicely toned EF. (125)

642.

L. S c r i b o n i u s L i b o . 62 B C . D e n a r i u s . (3.84 gms.) Diademed head of Bonus Eventus right. Well-head ornamentec ^ with two lyres, anvil and festoons. Scribonia 8b, Syd. 928 Craw. 416/1 c. VF+, lightly porous. (75)

643.

M . A e m i l i u s L e p i d u s . 61 BC. Denarius. (3.66 gms.). Turreted head of Alexandria right, A L E X A N D R E A below. M. Lepidus crowning the young Ptolemy V on the left. Aemilia 23, Syd. 831, Craw. 419/2. Toned good VF, flan flaw on reverse, couple of light scratches on obverse, very rare. (650)

644.

P. Plautius Hypsaeus. 60 BC. Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Head of Neptune right, trident behind. Jupiter in quadriga left. Plautia 11, Syd. 910, Craw. 420/1 a. Darkly toned VF. (75)

645.

P. P l a u t i u s H y p s a e u s . 60 BC. Denarius. (3.83 gms.). Draped bust right of LeuconoĂŤ, wearing necklace, dolphin behind. Jupiter in quadriga left. Plautia 12a, Syd. 911a, Craw. 420/2c. Toned good VF, graffito in reverse field. (100)

646.

M. Nonius Sufenas. 59 BC. Denarius. (3.96 gms.). Head of Saturn right; behind, harpa, conical stone and S.C.. Roma seated left on pile of arms being crowned by Victory who stands behind her. Nonia 1, Syd. 885, Craw. 421/1. Pleasing VF. (100)

647.

M. Aemilius Scaurus and Pub. Plautius Hypsaeus. ^ 58 BC. Denarius. (3.90 gms.). King Aretas kneeling right beside a camel. Jupiter in quadriga left. Aemilia 8, Syd. 913, Craw. 422/1 b. Darkly toned near EF. (75)

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CI A S S I C A L

48.

49.

L. M a r c i u s P h i l i p p u s . 56 BC. Denarius. (3.46 gms.). D i a d e m e d head of Ancus Marcius right, lituus behind. Equestrian statue right on an arcade of five arches, flower below horse. Marcia 28, Syd. 919, Craw. 425/1. VF, lightly porous. (75)

L. M a r c i u s P h i l i p p u s . 56 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Diademed head of Ancus Marcius right, lituus behind. Equestrian statue right on an arcade of seven arches, flower below horse. Marcia 29b, Syd. 919c, Craw. 425/1. Pleasing VF, banker's mark by chin. (150)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

653.

C . M e m m i u s C.f. 56 BC. Denarius. (3.90 gms.). Head of Ceres right, wreathed with corn-ears. Captive kneeling right before trophy of Eastern arms. Memmia 10, Syd. 920, Craw. 427/1. Beautifully toned near EF, banker's mark and two light scratches on cheek. (200)

654.

Q. Cassius Longinus. 55 BC. Denarius. (3.97 gms.). Bust of Liberty right. Curule chair in Temple of Vesta between um and voting tablet inscribed AC (Absolvo - Condemno). Cassia (300) 8, Syd. 918, Craw. 428/2. Nice EF.

655.

Q. C a s s i u s L o n g i n u s . 55 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Veiled head of Vesta right. Curule chair in Temple of Vesta between urn and voting tablet inscribed AC (Absolvo Condemno). Cassia 9, Syd. 917, Craw. 428/1. Good VF, few light digs and scratches. (200)

656.

P. Fonteius P.f. Capito. 55 BC. Denarius. (3.48 gms.). Draped and helmeted bust right of Mars, trophy behind shoulder. Soldier on horseback thrusting his spear at Gaulish soldier who is about to kill an unarmed foe. Fonteia 17, Syd. 900, Craw. 429/1. VF, lightly porous, reverse fields scraped. (75)

657.

Titus Didius. 55 BC. Denarius. (3.36 gms.). Diademed and veiled head of Concord right. View of the Villa Publica. Didia 1, Syd. 901, Craw. 429/2a. Near VF, several banker's marks. (100)

Faustus Cornelius Sulla. 56 BC. Denarius. (3.86 gms.). Diademed bust of Hercules right, wearing lion's skin. Diana in biga galloping right, crescent moon and three stars in field. Cornelia 60a, Syd. 881a, Craw. 426/2. Good VF, few light scratches. (300)

1.

Faustus Cornelius Sulla. 56 BC. Denarius. (3.59 gms.). Diademed, laureate, and draped bust right of Venus, sceptre behind shoulder. Three military trophies between capis and lituus. Cornelia 63, Syd. 884, Craw. 426/3. Toned VF. (200)

C . M e m m i u s C . f . 56 BC. Denarius. (3.78 gms.). Laureate and bearded head of Romulus (Quirinus) right. Ceres seated right. Memmia 9, Syd. 921, Craw. 427/2. VF+, lightly tooled. (150)


CI A S S I C A L

658.

659.

660.

661.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

P. Licinius C r a s s u s M.f. 55 BC. Denarius. (3.85 gms.). Laureate, diademed, and draped bust right of Venus. Female Figure (or Gaulish horseman ?) standing facing before horse which she holds by bridle, shield and cuirass by her feet. Licinia 18, Syd. 929, Craw. 430/1. Toned VF+. (125)

664.

M a n . A c i l i u s G l a b r i o . 49 BC. Denarius. (3.69 gms.). Laureate head of Salus right, wearing necklace, SALVTIS upwards behind. Salus standing half-left, holding serpent and leaning against column. Acilia 8, Syd. 922, Craw. 442/1 a. Toned EF, die crack across cheek. (200)

665.

M a n . A c i l i u s G l a b r i o . 49 BC. Denarius. (3.96 gms.). Laureate head of Salus right, wearing necklace, SALVTIS downwards behind. Salus standing half-left, holding serpent and leaning against column. Acilia 8a, Syd. 922, Craw. 442/1 b. EF. (200)

666.

C. V i b i u s C.f.C.n. Pansa C a e t r o n i a n u s . 48 BC. Denarius. (4.06 gms.). Young head of Bacchus right, wearing ivy-wreath. Ceres walking right, hands extended with two torches, plough before. Vibia 16, Syd. 946, Craw. 449/2. Toned good VF, banker's mark on cheek. (75)

667.

C. V i b i u s C.f.C.n. Pansa C a e t r o n i a n u s . 48 BC. Denarius. (4.06 gms.). Mask of Pan right. Jupiter Axurus seated left. Vibia 18, Syd. 947, Craw. 4 4 9 / l a . VF, several banker's marks. (75)

668.

Albinus Brut! f. 48 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Head of Pietas right, wearing necklace. Two clasped hands holding caduceus. Postumia 10, Syd. 942, Craw. 450/2. Lightly toned good VF. (!25)

A. Plautius. 55 BC. Denarius. (3.54 gms.). Turreted head of C y b e l e right. B a c c h i u s kneeling right beside his camel holding olive-branch, I V D A E V S to right, B A C C H I V S in exergue. Plautia 13, Syd. 932, Craw. 431/1. Near EF. (150)

M. Junius Brutus. 54 BC. Denarius. (3.23 gms.;. Head of L. Junius Brutus, the Ancient, to the right. Head of Caius Servilius Ahala right. Junia 30, Syd. 907, Craw. 433/2. VF but heavily porous. (50)

M. Junius Brutus. 54 BC. Denarius. (3.93 gms.). Head of Liberty right, wearing necklace and earring. The consul L. Junius Brutus walking left between two lictors and preceded by an accensus. Junia 31a, Syd. 906a, Craw. 433/1. Lovely toned EF but off-center. (150)

662.

Q . Pompeius Rufus. 54 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Curule chair between arrow and laurel-branch. Curule chair between lituus and wreath. Pompeia 5, Syd. 909, Craw. 434/2. VF+. • ‫^ ־ ׳‬ (100)

663.

Q . Sicinius. 49 BC. Denarius. (3.71 gms.). Diademed head of Fortuna right. Caduceus and palm-branch in sallire, laurelwreath above. Sicinia 5, Syd. 938, Craw. 440/1. Toned VF, fields scraped. (100)


CI A S S I C A L

59.

70.

171.

72‫נ‬.

Albinus Bruti f. 48 BC. Denarius. (3.61 gms.). Head of Pietas right, wearing necklace. T w o clasped hands holding caduceus. Postumia 10, Syd. 942, Craw. 450/2. Nice EF. (250)

Albinus Bruti f. 48 BC. Denarius. (3.89 gms.). Helmeted head of Mars right with slight beard. Two Gaulish trumpets in saltire, oval shield above, round shield below. Postumia 11, Syd. 941, Craw. 450/1 a. VF+. (200)

L. Plautius Plancus. 47 BC. Denarius. (3.84 gms.). Mask of Medusa facing. Aurora flying right and conducting the four horses of the Sun. Plautia 14, Syd. 959b, Craw. 4 5 3 / l c . Near VF/VF. (125)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

675.

M . C a t o . 47-46 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Draped female bust right, hair bound with fillet. Victory seated right, holding wreath. Porcia 10a, Syd. 1053a, Craw. 462/lb. EF. (200)

676.

M n . C o r d i u s R u f u s . 46 BC. Denarius. (4.04 gms.). Conjoined heads of the Dioscuri right. Venus Verticordia standing half-left, holding scales and sceptre, Cupid on her shoulder. Cordia 1, Syd. 976c, Craw. 4 6 3 / l b . Near EF, flan (100) flaw behind the Dioscuri and light scratch before.

677.

M η. C o r d i u s R u f u s . 46 BC. Denarius. (4.05 gms.). Conjoined heads of the Dioscuri right, their pilei are laureate. Venus Verticordia standing half-left, holding scales and sceptre, Cupid on her shoulder. Cordia 2a, Syd. 976, Craw. 463/1 a. Good VF/VF+, few old scratches and banker's marks on obverse. (75)

678.

M n . C o r d i u s R u f u s . 46 BC. Denarius. (4.06 gms.). Diademed head of Venus right, wearing necklace. Cupid riding a dolphin right. Cordia 3, Syd. 977, Craw. 463/3. Lovely toned EF, rare this nice. (350)

A. Licinius N e r v a . 47 BC. Denarius. (4.10 gms.). Laureate head of Fides right. Horseman galloping right, dragging captive by hair. Licinia 24b, Syd. 954b, Craw. 454/1. Toned good VF (200)

Q . C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s P i u s Scipio. As Imperator. 4746 BC. Denarius. (3.96 gms.). Laureate head of Jupiter right. Elephant walking right. Caecilia 47, Syd. 1046, Craw. 459/1. VF. (150)

Q . C a e c i l i u s M e t e l l u s P i u s S c i p i o . As Imperator. 4746 BC. Denarius. (3.52 gms.). The Genius of Africa (Sekhet) standing facing, holding an ankh in lowered right hand. Victory standing half-left, holding caduceus and shield. Caecilia 51, Syd. 1050, Craw. 460/4. Darkly toned good Fine, very rare (listed in Seaby's at £350). (250)

Titus Carisius. 46 BC. Denarius. (3.30 gms.). Head of Juno Moneta right. Cap of Vulcan over an anvil between tongs and hammer. Carisia la, Syd. 982, Craw. 464/2. Toned VF. (100)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

680.

T i t u s C a r i s i u s . 46 BC. Denarius. (4.03 gms.). Bust of Victory right. Victory in biga right. Carisia 2, Syd. 986, Craw. 464/4. Toned good VF. (150)

681.

T i t u s Carisius. 46 BC. Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Bust of Victory right, S.C. behind. Victory in quadriga right. Carisia 3, Syd. 985, Craw. 464/5. Toned good VF, flatness due to weak strike. (75)

682.

T i t u s Carisius. 46 BC. Denarius. (3.27 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Cornucopiae on celestial globe between sceptre and rudder; all within laurel-wreath. Carisia 4, Syd. 984a, Craw. 464/3a. Toned VF. (75)

683.

Titus Carisius. 46 BC. Denarius. (4.05 gms.). Head of the Aphrodisian Sibyl right, hair in sphendone. Female sphinx right. Carisia 10, Syd. 983, Craw. 464/1. VF+, scarce. (100)

1206.

C . C o n s i d i u s P a e t u s . 46 BC. Denarius. (4.05 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, A behind. Curule chair. Considia 2, Syd. 991, Craw. 465/2a. Toned VF+, flan flaws on obverse. (100)

685.

C . Considius Paetus. 46 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Bust of M i n e r v a right, wearing Corinthian helmet. Victory in quadriga right. Considia 5, Syd. 994, Craw. 465/5. Good VF, scraped on helmet and light cut on cheek. (100)

686.

C. C o n s i d i u s P a e t u s . 46 BC. Denarius. (4.03 gms.). Laureate and diademed head of Venus left. Victory in quadriga left. Considia 7, Syd. 993, Craw. 465/4. Toned VF. (75)

687.

Lollius Palicanus. 45 BC. Denarius. (3.71 gms.). Laureate head of Honour right. Curule chair between two ears of corn. Lollia 1, Syd. 961, Craw. 473/2. Toned VF+, two cuts by mouth. (75)

688.

L. V a l e r i u s A c i s c u l u s . 45 BC. Denarius. (4.22 gms.). Diademed head of Apollo Soranus right, pick-axe behind, star above. Valeria Luperca on a heifer right, holding veil with both hands. Valeria 17, Syd. 998, Craw. 474/1 a. VF/VF+. (125)

689.

L. V a l e r i u s A c i s c u l u s . 45 BC. Denarius. (4.22 gms.). Radiate head of Apollo or Sol right, pick-axe behind. Diana in biga right. Valeria 20, Syd. 1002, Craw. 474/5. Toned good VF. (250)

690.

P e t i l l i u s C a p i t o l i n u s . 43 BC. Denarius. (3.69 gms.). Head of Jupiter right. Temple of six columns. Petillia 1, Syd. 1149, Craw. 487/1. Toned VF+. (250)

1199.


CI A S S I C A L

591.

692.

693.

694.

P. Clodius M.f. Turrinus. 42 BC. (3.97 gms.). Laureate head of Apollo right, lyre behind. Diana Lucifera standing facing, holding two long torches, bow and quiver on her shoulder. Claudia 15, Syd. 1117, Craw. 494/23. VF+/VF, light porosity on cheek. (125)

C . Vibius Varus. 42 BC. Denarius. (3.76 gms.). Bust of Minerva right, wearing crested helmet and aegis. Hercules standing half-left, holding club and lion's skin. Vibia 26, Syd. 1140, Craw. 494/38. Good VF, light porosity and couple corrosion spots. (150)

L. M u s s i d i u s L o n g u s . 42 BC. Denarius. (3.94 gms.). Diademed and veiled bust of Concord right. Two clasped hands holding caduceus. Mussidia 5, Syd. 1092, Craw. 494/41. Good VF. (200)

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

696.

P. Clodius M.f. Turrinus. 4 2 BC. (3.50 gms.). Radiate head of Sol right, quiver behind. Crescent moon and five stars. (75) Claudia 17, Syd. 1115, Craw. 494/21. VF.

697.

C . Clodius C.f. Vestalis. 41 BC. Denarius. (3.83 gms.). Draped bust of Flora right. The Vestal Virgin, Claudia Quinta, seated left, holding a bowl with two handles (cymbium). Claudia 13, Syd. 1135, Craw. 512/2. VF/VF+. (125)

ROMAN

IMPERATORIAL

698.

Cnaeus P o m p e y . 46-45 BC. Denarius. (3.76 gms.). Helmeted head of Roma right. Hispania presenting palm to Pompey who is stepping from prow. RSC-1, Craw. 4 6 9 / l a . (200) Near VF, light scratch before Roma.

699.

Sextus Pompey. 42-40 BC. Denarius. (3.76 gms.). Head of Pompey the Great right. Neptune standing left between Anapias and Amphinomus. RSC 17, Syd. 1344, Crawford 511/3a. Fine, flat areas due to poor strike. (75)

700.

Sextus Pompey. From 45 BC. /E As. (25.86 gms.). Spain and Sicily. Laureate Janiform head with the features of Pompey the Great, MGN above. Prow right, PIVS above, IMP below. Craw. 479/1, Syd. 1044a. Fine to VF, brown patina with touches of red and green, rare. (100)

L. M u s s i d i u s Longus. 42 BC. Denarius. (3.68 gms.). Diademed and veiled bust of Concord right, crescent below chin. Platform inscribed CLOACIN upon which two statues of Venus Cloacina. Mussidia 6a, Syd. 1093b, Craw. 494/42c. Toned VF+, lightly porous. (100)

L. M u s s i d i u s L o n g u s . 42 BC. Denarius. (3.69 gms.). Draped facing bust of Sol. Platform inscribed CLOACIN upon which two statues of Venus Cloacina. Mussidia 7, Syd. 1094, Craw. 494/43a. Toned VF. (150)

NUMISMATIC


CLASSICAL

1.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

J u l i u s C a e s a r . 47-46 BC. Denarius. (3.28 gms.). Diademed head of Venus right. Aeneas walking left, carrying palladium and Anchises. RSC 12, Syd 1013, Craw. 458/1. Near VF, some porosity. (100)

J u l i u s C a e s a r . 44 BC. Denarius. (4.14 gms.). M. Mettius, moneyer. Laureate head of Caesar right, lituus behind. Venus standing left, holding Victory and staff, H to left. RSC 1-34. Craw-480/3. Near VF, reddish tone on reverse, light porosity. Scarce. (800)

707.

J u l i u s C a e s a r a n d C . Clovius. 45 BC. /E Dupondius (?). (15.19 gms.). Winged bust of Victory right, star behind. Minerva standing left, holding spear and shield, serpent at feet. Craw. 476/1 b. Near VF, dark b r o w n patina, some porosity. Scarce. (150)

708.

J u l i u s C a e s a r a n d M a r k A n t o n y . 43 B C . Denarius. (3.49 gms.). Bare head of Antony right, lituus behind. Laureate head of Julius Caesar right, jug behind. RSC 2, Syd. 1165, Craw. 488/1. Fine, lightly porous, S -shaped banker's mark before Antony's face. (150)

709.

L e p i d u s a n d M a r k A n t o n y . 43-42 BC. Quinarius. (1.76 gms.). Lituus (almost off the flan), capis and raven; (M) AN(T) IM(P) above. Simpulum, sprinkler, axe and apex; LEP. IMP. above. RSC 3, Syd. 1158a, Craw. 489/3. Near VF, several banker's marks and test cuts, rare. (50)

710.

M a r k A n t o n y . 39 BC. FourrĂŠe Denarius. (2.03 gms.). Bare head right of Antony. Upright winged caduceus. RSC 5, Syd. 1328, Craw. 529/3. VF but silver shell corroded through and chipped off in several places, verdigris showing on copper center. (75)

J u l i u s C a e s a r . 49-48 BC. Denarius. (3.71 gms.). Elephant trampling serpent right. Priestly implements. RSC 49, Craw. 443/1. EF, well-centered for issue. (350)

J u l i u s C a e s a r . 49-48 BC. Denarius. (3.92 gms.). Elephant trampling serpent right. Priestly Implements. RSC 1-49, Syd1006. Lusterous EF, some flattening from strike. (75)

J u l i u s C a e s a r . 47-46 BC. Denarius. (3.77 gms.). Diademed head of Venus right. Aeneas walking left, carrying Anchises and palladium. RSC 12, Syd. 1013, Craw. 458/1. Nice EF, banker's mark in front of Venus' face. (150)

J u l i u s C a e s a r . 47-46 BC. Denarius. (3.73 gms.). Diademed head of Venus right. Aeneas walking left, carrying Anchises and palladium. RSC 12, Syd. 1013, Craw. 458/1. EF. (375)

74


CLASSICAL

ROMAN

1.

3.

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

IMPERIAL

M a r k A n t o n y . 32-31 BC. Denarius. ( 3.66 gms.). LEG III. Galley to right. Legionary eagle and standards. RSC 28, Syd. 1217, Crawford 544/15. Near VF, few old digs. (65)

AUGUSTUS.

2.

NUMISMATIC

27BC-14AD.

716.

AV Aureus. (7.74 gms.). Slashed Series from India after 14 AD. Laureate head right of Augustus with vertical slash. Caius and L u c i u s C a e s a r s standing f a c i n g . T u r n e r , RNS Special Publication #22, page 29. Fine, bent from slash. (550) See the first issue of Classical Numismatic Review for more about this facscinating series.

717.

Denarius. (3.69 gms.). c.11-10 BC. Laureate head right. Apollo standing right, holding lyre and patera, ACT in exergue. RSC 1-163, RIC 1-150. Near VF, slightly porous. Nice portrait. (200)

M a r k A n t o n y . 43 BC. Quinarius. (1.32 gms.). Lituus, capis and raven. Victory standing right, crowning trophy. RSC 82, Syd. 1159, Craw. 489/4. VF, some corrosion spots and lightly porous. (100)

M a r k Antony & O c t a v i a n . Circa 41 BC. Denarius. (3.95 gms.). Bare head right of Antony, BARRAT misspelling. Bare head right of Octavian. RSC 8b, Craw. 517/2 note. Nice VF, scattered light pinpoint holes on reverse. (700) Denarius. (3.82 gms.). Bare head right. IMP ΧΠ, Diana Venetrix left, hound at feel, in exergue SICIL. BMC 189. Toned VF, scratch on obverse on cheek. Scarce and seldom offered type. (175)

14.

Mark Antony and O c t a v i a . 39 BC. C i s t o p h o r i c Tetradrachm. (10.86 gms.). Head of Mark Antony right, bound with ivy, lituus below; all within ivy-wreath. Head of Octavia right on cista mystica and between two entwined serpents with their heads erect. RSC 2, Syd. 1197. Pleasing Fine, smooth surfaces. (125)

1288.

F u l v i a . First Wife of Mark Antony. 43 BC. Quinarius. (1.59 gms.). Bust of Victory right with the facial features of Fulvia. Lion walking right. RSC 3, Syd. 1163, Craw. 489/6. Toned Fine, banker's marks on each side. (75)

Denarius. (3.80 gms.). Laureate bust right. Caius & Lucius Caesars standing facing. RSC 43. Toned good VF+. Attractive and well struck. (225)

JE Dupondius. (12.55 gms.). M. Maecilius Tullus, moneyer 7BC. Bare head of Augustus right, globe at neck (off flan). Moneyer's name around SC. RIC 1-434. Near VF, dark green patina. Rare. (125)


CI A S S I C A L

721.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

JE As. (9.66 gms.). Pergamum mint (?). c. 28-15 BC. Bare head of Augustus right. CA in circle within laurel wreath. RIC 1-495. Good Fine, dark brown patina, light scratches. (50)

AUGUSTUS 725.

722.

723.

724.

JE As. (11.22 gms.). C. Asinius Gallus, moneyer 16 BC. Bare head right. Moneyer's name around SC. RIC 1-373. Nice Fine, rough dark green patina. (100)

&

AGRIPPA.

10BC-10AD.

JE As. (12.02 gms.). Nemausus mint. Heads of Agrippa and Augustus back to back. Crocodile chained to palm-tree, wreath above. RIC 1-158. Fine, brown patina, deep casting pits on reverse and some porosity, overall still an attractive coin. (150)

TIBERIUS.

14-37

AD.

726.

Denarius. (3.65 gms.). Laureate head right. Livia seated right (as Pax). RSC 16a, BMC 48. Toned good VF. (175)

727.

Denarius. (3.75 gms.). Laureate head right. Livia seated right. RSC II-16a, RIC 1-30. VF. (150)

728.

Denarius. (3.67 gms.). Laureate bust right. Livia seated right. RSC II-16a, RIC 1-30. VF. (175)

729.

Denarius. (3.67 gms.). Lugdunum. Laureate head right. Livia seated right. RIC 1-30. VF, lightly porous surfaces. (125)

Deified Augustus, under Tiberius. 14-37 AD. JE As. (11.13 gms.). c. 15-16 AD. Radiate head of Augustus left, thunderbolt in front, star above. Livia seated right, holding patera and scepter. RIC I (Tiberius)-72. Near VF, mottled green and brown patina. (100)

Deified Augustus, under Tiberius. 14-37 AD. ;EAs. (9.98 gms.). c. 34-37 AD. Radiate head of Augustus left. Winged thunderbolt between S C. RIC 1-83. Near VF, dark brown patina, verdigris and corrosion spots. (50)

i|


CLASSICAL

730.

731.

JE Sestertius. (27.43 gms.). c. 22-23 AD. Tiberius seated left , holding patera and long scepter. Legend around SC. RIC 1-48 (Scarce). VF, dark green-brown patina. (500)

NUMISMATIC

JE As. (10.94 gms.). Struck by Tiberius circa 22-23 AD. Bare head of Drusus left. Legend around SC. RIC I(Tiberius)-45. Good Fine, patchy green and brown patina, some corrosion. (125)

JE Sestertius. (27.44 gms.). c. 36-37 AD. Empty triumphal car drawn right by four horses. Legend around SC. RIC I- 66 (Scarce). VF, dark green-brown patina, attractive coin. (500)

735.

D R U S U S . Died 9 BC.

JE Sestertius. (26.01 gms.). Struck by Claudius circa 41-50 AD. Bare head of Drusus left. Claudius seated left, surrounded by arms and armor. RIC I(Claudius)-93. Near VF, green-brown patina, some pitting, comes with old Spink & Son envelope. (300)

JE As. (10.48 gms.). c. 22-23 AD. Bare head left. Legend around SC. RIC 1-44. Near VF, mottled green patina. (100)

GERMANICUS. 736.

1001.

LTD.

D R U S U S , son of T i b e r i u s . Died 23 AD. 734.

NERO CLAUDIUS

732.

AUCTIONS,

JE As. (10.71 gms.). c. 22-23 AD. Bare head left. Legend around SC. RIC 1-44. Near VF, smooth light brown patina, rotated double strike reverse. (175)

Died

19 AD.

Father of Caligula. (Nothing to brag about.) Died 19 AD. JE As. (11.10 gms.). Struck by Claudius circa 50-54 AD. Bare head right. Legend around SC. RIC I(Claudius)-106. Near VF, light to dark brown patina. (175)


CI A S S I C A L

AGRIPPINA 737.

NUMISMATIC

S E N I O R , wife of

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Germanicus.

Circa 50-54 AD. JE Sestertius. (26.96 gms.). Draped bust right, hair in queue down back. Legend around SC. RIC I(Claudius)102. Good Fine, light brown patina, pits on edge. (250)

CLAUDIUS.

NERO 738.

and

AD.

Denarius. (3.48 gms.). Laureate bust right. Pax--Nemesis standing right, holding caduceus over serpent. RSC H-51ff. RIC I-9ff. Toned VF, few old scrapes and light porosity in fields. (500)

742.

JE Sestertius. (25.59 gms.). c. 41-50 AD. Laureate head right. Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. RIC I99. Good VF, dark green patina, porous surfaces, still an attractive coin. (750)

CAESARS.

Brothers of Gaius Caligula. Died 31 and 33 AD. JE Dupondius. (11.68 gms.). Struck by Caligula circa 37-38 AD. Nero and Drusus on horseback, riding right. Legend around SC. RIC I(Gaius)-34. Good Fine, green-brown patina, some porosity. Scarce. (90)

CALIGULA. 739.

DRUSUS

41-54

741.

37-41

AD.

JE Sestertius. (25.51 gms.). c. 37-38 AD. Pietas seated left, holding patera. Gaius sacrificing over altar in front of elaborate hexastyle temple, two attendants holding bull and patera. RIC 1-36 (Rare). Fine/VF with some light pitting, yellow-brown surfaces. Excellent style. (500)

JE Sestertius. (26.52 gms.). c. 50-54 AD. Laureate head right. EX. SC PP OB. CIVES SERVATOS in oak wreath. RIC 1-112. Good Fine, light brown patina. Scarce. (200)


CLASSICAL

748. 44.

JE Dupondius. (11.84 gms.). Bust left. CERES AVGVSTA, Ceres seated left. BMC 136. Near VF, dark green-brown patina, scarce. (225)

746.

1510.

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

JE As. (10.25 gms.). Romano-British Immitation circa 41-54 AD. Bare head left. Constantia standing left in military dress. Type of RIC 1-95. cf. Sutherland, NN M #65, plate IV. VF, rough surfaces. (50)

NERO.

45.

NUMISMATIC

54-68

AD.

749.

AV Aureus. (7.04 gms.). IMP NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head right. Salus enthroned left, holding patera, SALVS in exergue. RIC 59 (Rare), BMC 87. Pleasing Fine. (1000)

750.

AV Aureus. (7.29 gms.). c. 66-67 AD. Laureate head right. Jupiter seated left, holding thunderbolt and scepter. RIC 1-63. Near VF, dig on rim. (900)

751.

Denarius. (3.28 gms.). Laureate bust right. Jupiter seated left. BMC 74. VF/F. (400)

752.

Denarius. (3.20 gms.). c. 64-68 AD. Laureate head right. Salus seated left. RSC U-314, RIC 1-60. Good Fine. (200)

753.

Denarius. (3.34 gms.). c. 64-68 AD. Laureate head right. Salus seated left. RSC Î -318, RIC 1-67. Nice Fine. (200)

JE As. (10.47 gms.). c. 41-50 AD. Bare head left. Minerva striding right with javelin and shield. RIC I-100. VF/F, dark brown patina, light porosity. (75)

JE As. (11.21 gms.) c. 50-54 AD. Bare head left. Constantia standing facing left. RIC 1-111. Near VF, medium brown patina. Good portrait. (200)

JE Sestertius. (18.50 gms.). Romano-British Immitation circa 41-54 AD. Bare head left. Claudius seated left, holding out branch and surrounded by arms, cf, RIC 1-93. VF/F, brown patina with touches of red. (300)

79


CLASSICAL

754.

755.

756.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Denarius. (2.67 gms.). c. 64-68 AD. Laureate bust right. Salus seated left., holding patera. RSC U-314, RIC 1-60. Fine/Good. (125)

JE Sestertius. (27.88 gms.). c. 66 AD. Laureate head of Nero right. Temple of Janus with doors to right. RIC 1-323. VF+, patchy green patina over lighter brown, few light scratches. (600)

758.

JE Dupondius. (12.80 gms.). Lugdunum mint. Circa 66 AD. Laureate head right. Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm. RIC 1-522. VF/Fine, brown patina, light porosity. (125)

759.

JE As. (9.39 gms.). Laureate head right. View of Temple of Janus wih door to right. RIC 306, BMC 227. Good VF, dark green patina, some porosity on reverse. (250)

760.

IE As. (9.88 gms.). c. 66 AD. Laureate head right. Temple of Janus. RIC 1-347. Near VF, brown with copper highlights, edges rough. (150)

IE Sestertius. (26.96 gms.). Laureate head left. View of the Temple of Janus with closed door left. RIC 328, BMC 167. GoodVF, lovely green-brown patina. (1500) Ex: Knobloch Collection, lot 214 (Stack's May 1980).

GALBA. 761.

757.

JE Sestertius. (25.10 gms.). Lugdunum mint. Circa 65 AD. Laureate head right, globe at point of bust. Annona standing facing right, holding cornucopia, Ceres seated facing left, modius on altar between them. RIC 1-390. Fine, porous surfaces, brown patina. (250)

68-69

AD.

AV aureus. (7.05 gms.). Laureate bust right. Livia standing left, holding patera and sceptre. RIC 1-223. Good Fine, a few light scratches in obverse field. (3500)

Denarius. (3.35 gms.). Spanish mint. Laureate bust right, globe at terminus of neck. Livia standing left. BMC 168. VF. Interesting style Spanish portrait. (450)

80


CLASSICAL

3.

>4.

55.

Denarius. (2.96 gms.). Bare head right. SPQR OB C S in oak wreath. RSC Π-287, RIC 1-167. Toned Fine. (175)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

768.

Denarius. (3.11 gms.). Laureate head right. Vesta enthroned right, holding patera and sceptre. RIC 107, BMC 34, RSC 72. Toned VF, two old scrapes on reverse, nice portrait. (550)

769.

Denarius. (3.33 gms.). Laureate bust right. Libertas standing facing right. BMC 31. Nice VF. (450)

770.

Denarius. (2.89 gms.). Laureate head right. Concordia seated left, holding patera and cornucopiae. RSC 11-18. RIC 1-90. Near VF, slight flaw in reverse field. (375)

771.

Denarius. (3.36 gms.). Laureate bust right. Libertas standing right, holding pileus and scepter. RIC I-105(Rare), RSC Π-47. Toned near VF. (300)

772.

Denarius. (3.10 gms.). Laureate bust right. Libertas facing to right. RSC 11-47, RIC 1-105. Fine.

/Ε Sestertius. (21.10 gms.). Circa October 68 AD. Laureate and draped bust right. Libertas standing facing left, holding pileus and rod. RIC 1-388. Fine, smooth brown patina. Scarce. (200)

IE As. (11.61 gms.). Circa summer 68 AD. Bare head right. Vesta seated left, holding palladium and scepter. RIC I-375var. (obverse legend 5). Near VF, nice dark green patina. Rare. (250)

>THO. 69 AD. 66.

Denarius. (3.31 gms.). Bare head right. Securitas standing left, holding wreath and sceptre. RSC 11-17, RIC 1-8 (R-2). Near VF. (500)

‫״·י־‬-®-‫־‬

I T E L L I U S . 69 67.

AD.

av

standing (150)

^*gjr‫׳‬

AV Aureus. (7.10 gms.). Laureate bust right. LIBERI IMP 1001. V E S P A S I A N . 69-79 AD. GERM AVG, busts facing of his childrem. RIC 100, BMC 27. 773. Denarius. (2.78 gms.). Laureate bust right. Simpulum, Near VF, Rare and seldom offered for sale. (3500) sprinkler, jug and lituus. BMC 64. Good VF, cleaned. (225) Listed by Sear (764) at £8000.


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Denarius. (3.23 gms.). Circa December 69 AD. Laureate head right, resembling Vitellius. Pax standing facing left, holding branch and caduceus. RIC II-9. Darkly toned VF. Scarce, cf. BMC page XXVIII concerning portrait. (200) Both portrait and crude lettering mark this as a transitional issue of about the time of Vespasian's arrival in Rome.

75.

TITUS.

79-81

AD.

778.

Caesar under Vespasian. 69-79 AD. JE Dupondius. (9.51 gms.). Radiate head right. Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopiae. RIC II (Vespasian)-648b. F+, dark brown patina, pitting on reverse. (100)

779.

Caesar under Vespasian. 69-79 AD. JE Dupondius. 13.35 gms.). Lugdunum mint. c.77-78 AD. Radiate head right, globe at point of bust. Pax standing left over altar. RIC II DC (Vespasian)-777a. Near VF, dark green pebbly patina. Strong.•784 portrait. (100)

780.

Denarius. (3.47 gms.). Laureate head right. Mars standing halfleft, holding spear and trophy. RSC 65, RIC Vesp. 195. Toned good VF/VF-. (125)

JE Sestertius. (24.55 gms.). c. 71 AD. Laureate head left. Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy. RIC Î -447. Near VF, lovely dark green patina, an attractive specimen. (500)

781.

Denarius. (3.20 gms.). c. 80 AD. Laureate bust right. Dolphin on tripod. RSC 11-321, RIC II-27a. Fine/Good. (35)

1001.

782.

JE Sestertius. (23.23 gms.). c. 80 AD. Laureate head left. Spes J 8 f advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. RIC 11-100. VF, dark brown patina, rough surfaces and some pitting on edges, but a clean, bold portrait. (600)

Denarius. (2.98 gms.). Laureate bust right. Pax standing left , holding branch and caduceus. RIC 11-10. Fine, graffiti in fields. (35)

JE Dupondius. (12.03 gms.). C o m m a g e n e mint. c. 74 AD. L a u r e a t e bust right. W i n g e d c a d u c e u s between crossed cornucopiae. RIC II-798c. Light brown near VF. Scarce. (125)


CI A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

JLIA T I T I , d a u g h t e r of T i t u s . 3.

JE Dupondius. (11.70 gms.). Draped bust right. Vesta seated left. RIC II (Titus)-180. Fine/Good, brown patina, reverse encrustation. Rare. (125)

O M I T I A N . 81-96 ?4.

85.

AD.

787.

Caesar under Titus, 80-81 AD. JE Sestertius. (28.37 gms.). Laureate head right. Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. RIC II-158b. Good VF, dark green-brown patina, strong portrait. (600)

788.

Denarius. (3.44 gms.). Laureate head right. Minerva standing right, holding shield and spear. RSC 280, RIC 171. Lightly toned good VF. (100)

789.

Denarius. (3.39 gms.). Laureate bust left. Minerva standing left with spear. RSC 217a variety. Toned VF. Scarce with bust left. (150)

790.

Denarius. (3.48 gms.). c. 81-83 AD. Laureate bust right. Salus seated left on throne. RIC Π-41, RSC II-412. Toned VF. (75)

791.

Denarius. (2.97 gms.). c. 89 AD. Laureate bust right. Minerva advancing right, brandishing spear and shield. RSC 11-257, RIC Π-143. Toned near VF. (35)

Caesar under Vespasian. JE As. (10.41 gms.). c. 79 AD. Laureate head right. Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. RIC Hunter‫־‬. Cohen-457. Near VF, dark greenbrown patina, some light pitting. Rare? (150) RIC lists no definite sixth consulship bronze coins for Domitian. This one is clear.

Caesar under Titus 79-81 AD. Denarius. (2.97 gms.). c. 80 AD. Laureate head right. Obverse legend: C A E S A R DIVI F DOMITIANVS COS VII .Goat left in laurel wreath. C-390. cf. RSC II-389b., BMC page 237. Darkly toned near VF. Scarce. (50) This obverse legend not confirmed since Cohen.

Caesar under Titus, 80-81 AD. JE Sestertius. (25.14 gms.). Laureate head left. Minerva advancing right, holding shield and spear. RIC II-157d. Good VF, pitted surfaces, brown with patches of green. (450)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

796.

792.

Denarius. (3.34 gms.). Laureate bust right. Libertas standing left. RSC 113. Toned VF. (125)

JE As. (11.38 gms.). c. 90-91 AD. Laureate head right. Fortuna standing facing left, holding rudder and comucopiae. RIC Π394. Near VF/Fine, dark brown patina, rough surfaces. (60) Denarius. (3.25 gms.). Laureate bust right. Aequitas standing half-left with comucopiae and scales. RSC 9. Nice near VF. (100)

798.

Denarius. (3.16 gms.). Laureate bust right. Clasped hands. RSC Π-20. RIC Π-14. Fine. (50)

799.

JE Sestertius. (24.63 gms.). c. 97 AD. Laureate head right. Fortuna standing, facing left, holding rudder and comucopiae. RIC Π-83. Near V F /Fine, roughness from corrosion. (450)

800.

JE As. (11.13 gms.). c. 97 AD. Laureate head right. Aequitas standing facing left, holding scales and comucopiae. RIC II77. VF, dark green-brown patina, some encrustation on reverse. Nice portrait. (125)

D O M I T I A , wife of Domitian. 793. Cistophoric Tetradrachm. (10.87 gms.). Minted at Ephesus. Bust draped right with hair down back in queue. Venus standing right, leaning against column, holding sceptre and helmet. RIC (Domitian) 230, RSC 19. Lightly toned VF, attractive and very rare. (1000)

N E R V A . 96-98 AD. 794. Cistophoric Tetradrachm. (10.28 gms.). Laureate head right. COS III, Six corn-ears tied together. RIC 120, RSC 45. Toned VF+, rare. (1450)

1001. 795.

Denarius. (3.35 gms.). Laureate head right. Aequitas standing half-left, holding scales and comucopiae. RIC 25, RSC 9. Lightly toned EF/good VF. (575)


CI A S S I C A L

TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. 801. Denarius. (3.18 gms.). Laureate head right. Victory seated left, holding patera and palm. RSC 295, RIC 22. Toned VF+, light scratches. (75)

802.

803.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

806.

JE Sestertius. (26.60 gms.). c. 103-111 AD. Laureate bust right, drapery on shoulder. Emperor standing, facing left, holding thunderbolt and spear, being crowned by Victory. RIC 11-549. VF, with lovely smooth emerald green patina. (500)

807.

JE As. (1.47 gms.). c. 98-99 AD. Laureate head right. Victory advancing left, holding shield inscribed SPQR. RIC Π-395. Dark brown VF. (70)

Denarius. (3.22 gms.). c. 103-111 AD. laureate bust right, drapery on shoulder. Roma seated left, holding Victory and spear. RIC 11-116. VF, lightly polished. (50)

Denarius. (3.23 gms.). c. 114-117 AD. Laureate bust right, aegis at shoulder. Fortuna seated facing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. RIC Π-316. Toned good VF. (120)

H A D R I A N . 117-138 AD. 808. Denarius. (3.15 gms.). c. 118 AD. Laureate bust right, drapery on s h o u l d e r . Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. RSC 11-745, RIC Π-41. Toned VF+. (200) 804.

Denarius. (2.62 gms.). c. 114-117 AD. Laureate and draped bust right. Genius standing facing left, holding patera and grain ears. RIC Π-347. Toned VF. Nice style. (75)

805.

Trajan. 98-117 AD. Fourrée Denarius. (2.73 gms.). Restoration coinage circa 107 AD. Head of Venus right. Aeneas carrying Anchises and palladium, C A E S A R in field right. RSC II(Restored)-31. RIC 11-801 (R-3). Near VF, fields scraped. Very Rare. (1250) Inspired by the denarius of Julius Caesar, RSC-12, this and history other coins in the Restored series provide a pictorial of Rome reflecting Trajan's view of the glories of the empire.

Denarius. (3.26 gms.). Laureate bust right, draped on left shoulder. Fortuna standing half-left, leaning against column. RIC 86, RSC 1155a. Nice EF. (350)


CLASSICAL

S10.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Denarius. (2.94 gms.). Laureate bust right. Galley left. RIC 113. Near VF. (80)

815.

811.

Denarius. (3.22 gms.). Laureate and draped bust right. Galley left with rowers and mast. RSC-1174b, BMC 247. Near EF, scarce. (375)

812.

Denarius. (3.53 gms.). c. 119-122 AD. Laureate bust right, drapery at shoulder. Aetemitas standing left, holding busts of Sol and Luna. RIC II-l 15. VF. (50)

JE Sestertius. (27.95 gms.). Posthumous Issue under Antoninus circa 138-139 AD. Laureate bust right, drapery on shoulder Hilaritas standing facing left, holding palm and cornucopiae. two children at feet. RIC 11-970. Good VF, dark green-brown patina. Scarce. (400)

S A B I N A , w i f e of H a d r i a n . 816. JE Sestertius. (25.61 gms.). Draped and diademed bust right. Concordia seated left on chair, decoratedwith statue of Spes and cornucopiae, holding patera. RIC 1025. VF, dark brown patina with patches of red, few old corrosion spots on reverse, rare. Nice portrait. (1000)

813.

Denarius. (2.96 gms.). Laureate bust right, draped on far shoulder. COS III, Moon and seven stars. RIC 202. VF, some porosity. (60)

AELIUS C A E S A R . 136-138 AD. 817. Denarius. (3.26 gms.). Bearded bust right. Pietas before altar with patera and sceptre. RSC 53b, RIC 433. Toned VF. Scarce. (400)

1510.

JE Sestertius. (26.51 gms.). Laureate and draped bust right. R E S T I T V T O R I H I S P A N I A E SC. Hadrian standing left, extending right hand to raise kneeling figure of Hispania who is holding a branch, rabbit at her feet. RIC 952 (scarce). Near VF, brown patina, light obv. porosity. (250) A scarce coin from Hadrian's "RESTITVTOR" series.

Denarius. (3.40 gms.). Bare head right. Pietas standing right, holding incense over altar. RSC 11-36. RIC 11-439. F+, scratches in field, but nice high relief portrait. (175)

86


CI A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

F A U S T I N A , wife of A n t o n i n u s Pius. Died

$19.

JE Sestertius. (24.46 gms.). c. 137 AD. Bare-headed, draped bust right. Fortuna and Spes standing, confronted. RIC Î -1054 (Hadrian). Fine+, mottled light brown patina. Rare. (450)

ANTONINUS 820.

821.

822.

PIUS.

138-161

LTD.

141 AD.

823.

Denarius. (3.40 gms.). Draped bust right. Aetemitas standing half-left, holding torch and sceptre. RSC 96, RIC 356. Toned VF. (75)

824.

Denarius. (3.22 gms.). Draped bust right. Ceres standing halfl e f t , h o l d i n g torch and raising hand. R S C II-165a. Lightly toned VF. (50)

825.

JE Sestertius. (25.35 gms.). Draped bust right, hair piled on h e a d . Pietas s t a n d i n g f a c i n g h a l f - l e f t , adding i n c e n s e to c a n d e l a b a r u m . RIC III- 1146a. N i c e VF, good portrait, attractive green-brown patina, reverse fields lightly smoothed. (450)

826.

JE As (9.42 gms.). Draped bust right. Juno standing facing left. RIC 11-1155. Near VF, brown patina. (50)

AD.

D e n a r i u s . ( 3 . 2 4 gms.). c. 140-143 A D . Laureate bust right. Genius of the Senate standing left. RIC 111-69. RSC 11-399. VF. (50)

Denarius. (3.29 gms.). Laureate head right. Fortuna standing half-left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. RSC 265, RIC 194. Toned VF+. (100)

JE Sestertius. (22.71 gms.). c. 145-161 AD. Laureate head right. Felicitas standing facing left, holding capricorn and long c a d u c e u s . RIC III-770. G o o d VF, smooth m a h o g a n y toning, lovely coin! (500)

M A R C U S A U R E L I U S . 161-180 A D . 827. As Caesar. 139-161 AD. JE Sestertius. (25.08 gms.). c. 140144 AD. Bare head right. Array of ritual implements. RIC III (Antoninus)-1234. Light brown VF. (500)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

828.

IE Sestertius. (21.73 gms.). c. 163-164 AD. Laureate head right. Mars standing right, holding spear and shield. RIC III861. Good VF, green-brown patina, some verdigris on reverse. (300)

832.

IE Sestertius. (28.81 gms.). Draped bust right. Juno standin facing left, holding patera and sceptre, peacock at feet. RIC Π (Aurelius)-1651. VF, glossy emerald green patina with ta highlights, number "26" scratched into patina in obverse fiele (250)

829.

IE Sestertius. (23.49 gms.). c. 166-167 AD. Laureate head right. Winged Victory striding left, holding wreath and palm. RIC ΠΙ-948. VF, green and brown patina, porous. (100)

833.

IE Sestertius. (17.07 gms.). Draped bust right. Altar with pain fronds. RIC III-1706 (Scarce). VF, light brown patina, som! porosity, two shallow flan cracks. (150)

F A U S T I N A J U N I O R , wife of M a r c u s

Aurelius.

LUCIUS

VERUS.

161-169

AD.

830.

Denarius. (3.23 gms.). Draped bust right. Fecunditas standing right, holding child. RIC III-677. RSC 11-99. Lightly toned (75) good VF.

834.

Denarius. (3.35 gms.). c. 161-162 AD. Bare head right Providentia standing left, holding globe and comucopiae. RSC 11-155. RIC III-482. VF. (75)

831.

IE Sestertius. (23.02 gms.). Draped bust right. Hilaritas standing facing left, holding palm branch and comucopiae. RIC III-1642. VF, dark green patina, light porosity. (200)

835.

tΕ Sestertius. (27.20 gms.). c. 168 AD. Laureate haed right. Aequitas seated left, holding scales and comucopiae. RIC III (Aurelius)-1479. VF, dark green patina. Scarce. (400)

1001.


CI A S S I C A L

L U C I L L A , wife of L u c i u s 836.

837.

838.

841.

JE Sestertius. (24.89 gms.). c. 181 AD. Laureate head right. Providentia standing left, holding wand and sceptre, globe at feet. RIC III-312. Near VF, gray-green patina, some porosity but still an attractive coin. (175)

842.

JE Sestertius. (18.59 gms.). c. 184-185 AD. Laureate bust right. Winged Victory Seated right on shields, inscribing shield. RIC I I M 5 2 . F+, mottled green, brown and red patina. (250) A "VICT BRIT" issue, but inscription is very faint.

843.

JE Sestertius. (19.54 gms.). c. 190-191 AD. Laureate head right. Fides standing left, holding grain-ears and standard. RIC III-580. VF, brown patina, porosity. (150)

JE Sestertius. (27.20 gms.). c. 164-169 AD. Draped bust right. Venus standing facing left, holding apple and sceptre. RIC III (Aurelius)-1763. VF, attractive even brown patina, fields lightly smoothed. (200)

177-192

AD.

LTD.

Denarius. (2.60 gms.). c. 191-192 AD. Laureate head right, lupiter standing right with hand on shoulder of Commodus left. RSC 11-239. RIC III-255. VF/Fine, dark toning. Scarce. (100)

JE Sestertius. (27.46 gms.). Draped bust right. Pietas, veiled, standing half-left, holding her right hand over lighted altar and perfume-box in left. RIC 1756 (M. Aurelius), Cohen 54. VF, brown patina, lightly porous surfaces. (150)

Denarius. (3.00 gms.). c. 185-186 AD. Laureate bust right. Felicitas standing half-left, holding Victory and caduceus. RIC III-129. Good VF, verdigris on reverse. (75)

AUCTIONS,

840.

Denarius. (3.20 gms.). Draped bust right. Concordia seated left, holding patera. RSC 6a, RIC 758 (M. Aurelius). VF. (75)

COMMODUS. 839.

Verus.

NUMISMATIC


CI A S S I C A L

CRISPINA, 844.

NUMISMATIC

wife of

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Commodus.

Denarius. (3.63 gms.). Draped bust right. Venus standing halfleft, holding apple and fold of drapery. RSC 35, RIC 286a (Comm.). Near EF, weakly struck on reverse. (175) 849.

CLODIUS 845.

ALBINUS.

195-197

AD.

As Caesar under Severus. 193-195 AD. Denarius. (1.98 gms.). Bare head right. Minerva standing left, holding olive branch, spear, and shield. RSC 111-48. RIC IV.part 1.-7. Fine, corrosion, scarce. (60)

JULIA 850.

SEPTIMIUS 846.

847.

848.

SEVERUS.

/E Sestertius. (21.90 gms.). c.195 AD. Laureate head right. Severus standing left, holding Victory and spear, being crowned by Roma. RIC IV pt.l.-693. Near VF, brown patina. Rare. (500)

193-211

D O M N A , wife of S e p t i m i u s

Severus.

Denarius. (3.51 gms.). c. 193-196 AD. Draped bust right. Venus standing with back to viewer, facing right, holding palm and apple, leaning on short c o l u m n . RIC IV pt. l.(Severus)-536. Darkly toned VF/VF-. (60)

AD.

Denarius. (2.97 gms.). c. 200 AD. Laureate head right. Victory flying left, about to place wreath on shield set on low base. RIC IV pt. 1.-150. Toned VF, light porosity. (50)

Denarius. (3.13 gms.). c. 198 AD. Laureate head right. Salus seated left, feeding serpent. RSC III-642. RIC IV pt. 1.-497. VF+/VF. (65)

Denarius. (2.46 gms.). c. 198 AD. Laureate head right. Justitia seated left. RSC III-251. RIC pt.1.-505. Lightly toned good VF. (70)

CARACALLA.

198-217

AD.

851.

Denarius. (3.12 gms.). c. 199 AD. Young laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Securitas reclining on couch right, altar to right. RSC Î -498. RIC IV pt. 1.-29. Nice VF+. (100)

852.

Denarius. (3.30 gms.). c. 209 AD. Laureate head right. Virtus standing facing right, holding spear and parazonium. RSC III464. RIC IV pt. 1.-112. VF, flan crack. (70)

853.

Denarius. (3.22 gms.). c. 210 AD. Laureate head right. Concordia seated left, holding patera and twin cornucopiae. RSC III-484. RIC IV pt. 1 .-116a. Good VF. (70)


CI A S S I C A L

854.

Denarius. (3.31 gms.). Laureate head right. Providentia standing facing left, holding wand over globe and sceptre. RSC ΙΠ-529, RIC IV pt.l.-227. Good VF. (75)

P L A U T I L L A , wife of

Caracalla.

856.

Denarius. (3.16 gms.). c. 202-211 AD. Draped bust right. Pietas standing right, holding sceptre and child. RIC I, 1-367. RSC ΠΙ-16. Toned VF/VF-, light porosity. (75)

857.

Denarius. (3.16 gms.). c. 202-217 AD. Draped bust right. Venus standing left with apple, Cupid before. RSC 25. Toned VF. (100)

G E T A . 209-212

217-218

AD.

861.

Denarius. (3.04 gms.). Laureate bust right, short beard. PONTIF MAX TRP PP, Securitas standing front, legs crossed, looking left, holding sceptre and resting arm on column. RSC -, RIC -, BMC -. Apparently unpublished? Good VF. (300) If one looks at BMC 40 or RIC 24, this reverse is described but COS has been added between TRP and PP. An interesting and possibly unique coin of Macrinus.

862.

Denarius. (2.63 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Securitas standing facing, head left, leaning on column and holding sceptre. RSC 62, RIC 24. EF. (150)

AD.

As Caesar. 198-209 AD. Denarius. (2.86 gms.). c. 199-202 AD. Young draped and cuirassed bust right. Securitas seated left. RSC III-183. RIC IV pt.l.-20b. Good VF. (80)

DIADUMENIAN. 863. 859.

LTD.

JE Sestertius. (23.41 gms.). Laureate head right. Veiled figure of Geta left, sacrificing over tripod, bull behind tripod. RIC IV pt.l.-187. Near VF, dark brown patina, rough surfaces, flan crack to center of coin. Scarce. (250)

MACRINUS.

858.

AUCTIONS,

Denarius. (3.46 gms.). Laureate head right. Caracalla standing facing right, two standards behind. RSC ΓΠ-508. RIC IV pt.l.225. Good VF. (70)

860. 855.

NUMISMATIC

As Caesar. 198-209 AD. Denarius. (3.80 gms.). c. 199-202 AD. Draped young bust right. Nobilitas standing facing right, holding sceptre and palladium. RSC III-90a, RIC-. Lightly toned VF. (75)

218

AD.

As Caesar under Macrinus. 217-218 AD. JE Sestertius. (24.33 gms.). B a r e - h e a d e d , draped and cuirassed bust right. Diadumenian standing facing right, holding standard and sceptre, two standards to right. RIC IV pt.2.-211 (R-2). Near VF, attractive light to dark brown patina, rare. (700)


CLASSICAL

ELAGABALUS. 864.

865.

JULIA 866.

JULIA

NUMISMATIC

218-222

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

AD.

Denarius. (2.63 gms.). c. 219 AD. Laureate and draped bust right. Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. RSC III-149, RIC IV pt.2.-19. VF. (70)

SEVERUS

ALEXANDER.

222-235

AD.

869.

Denarius. (2.90 gms.). c. 222-228 AD. Laureate and draped bust right. Alexander standing facing left, holding globe and spear. RSC III-256. RIC IV pt.2. -44. VF. (55)

870.

Denarius. (3.04 gms.). c. 229 AD. Laureate head right. Libertas standing facing half-left. RSC ΠΙ-371. RIC IV pt.2.-95. VF+, slight porosity. (50)

871.

Denarius. (2.66 gms.). Laureate and draped bust right. Jupiter advancing left, facing right, holding eagle and thunderbolt. RSC ΠΙ-76. RIC IV pt.2.-235. VF. (50)

872.

Denarius.(2.64 gms.). c. 231-235 AD. Laureate head right. Providentia standing facing half-left, modius to left. RSC III501. RIC IV pt.2.-250. Near EF. (75)

873.

JE Sestertius. (18.27 gms.). c. 231-235 AD. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Mars standing facing half-left, holding spear and shield, standard behind. RIC IV pt.2.-638. Good VF, chocolate brown patina. (200)

JE Sestertius. (21.79 gms.). c. 221 AD. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Sol striding left, raising hand and holding whip, star in left field. RIC IV pt.2.-318. Near VF, dark green patina. Reverse double struck. (300)

P A U L A , f i r s t wife of

Elagabalus.

Denarius. (2.44 gms.). Draped bust right. Concordia seated left, star to left. RSC III-6. RIC IV pt.2.-211. Darkly toned EF. (300)

MAESA, grandmother

of

Elagabalus.

867.

Died 223 AD. Denarius. (2.08 gms.). Draped bust right. Juno standing half-left, holding patera and sceptre. RIC IV, 2-254. (75) RSC III -16. VF.

868.

Denarius. (2.96 gms.). Draped bust right. Pudicitia seated left, raising veil and holding sceptre. RSC 36, RIC 268 (Elag.). EF. (75)

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CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

J U L I A M A M A E A , m o t h e r of A l e x a n d e r . 874.

/E Sestertius. (19.79 gms.). Draped bust right. Fecunditas standing left, holding cornucopia, child at feet. RIC IV pt.2.(Alexander)-668. Near EF, rough green patina. (200)

M A X I M I N U S I . 235-238 875.

876.

B A L B I N U S . A p r i l - J u n e 238 AD. 878.

JE Sestertius. (18.12 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Victory standing facing left, holding wreath and palm. RIC IV pt. 2.-25. VF, lovely light green patina with patches of red on reverse. Nice portrait, reverse double struck. Rare. (600)

879.

/1E Sestertius. (23.21 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Providentia standing left with wand, globe at feet. RIC 19. Good VF, mottled green-brown patina, scratch on neck. (500)

AD.

Denarius. (3.34 gms.). c. 235-236 AD. Laureate bust right. Providentia standing right, holding wand and cornucopiae. RIC IV, 2-13. RSC III-77a. Lightly polished good VF/VF-. (75)

Denarius. (2.88 gms.). M A X I M I N U S PIVS AVG. G E R M , Laureate, draped and cuirased bust right. P.M. TR. P.P.P., Emperor standing half-left between two standards, right hand raised and holding sceptre with left. Unpublished for this obverse and reverse legend combination. EF/good VF, lightly porous. (250)

G O R D I A N I I I . 238-244 880. 1510.

IE Sestertius. (21.70 gms.). c. 236-238 AD. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Salus seated left, feeding serpent rising from altar. RIC IV pt.2.-85. Good VF, chocolate brown patina. Excellent portrait. (350)

93

AD.

Denarius. (2.77 gms.). c. 241 AD. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Venus standing left, holding helmet and sceptre, leaning on shield. RIC IV, 3-131. RSC IV-347. Nice VF. (50) This issue celebrates the marriage of Gordian and Tranquillina in the summer of 241.


CI A S S I C A L

881.

882.

883.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

JE Sestertius. (18.51 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. IOVI STATORI SC, Jupiter standing left, looking right, with sceptre. RIC 298a. Nice VF, chocolate brown patina, couple flan cracks. (150) Ex: CNA II, lot 388

JE Sestertius. (15.69 gms.). c. 241-243 AD. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Laetitia standing half-left, holding wreath and anchor. RIC IV pt.3.-300a. VF, even brown patina, light porosity. (150)

JE Sestertius. (24.21 gms.). c. 241-243 AD. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Apollo seated left, extending branch in right hand. RIC IV pt.3.-303a. VF, green patina with tan highlights. (125)

P H I L I P I. 2 4 4 - 2 4 9 A D . 884. Antoninianus. (3.77 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Hexastyle temple, statue within. RIC 25b, RSC 198. EF. (80)

885.

JE Sestertius. (16.81 gms.). c. 245 AD. Laureate and draped bust right. Philip seated left on curule chair, holding globe and sceptre. RIC IV pt.3.-148a. Near VF, dark green patina. Scarce. (75)

886.

JE Sestertius. (18.80 gms.) Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Elephant with guide walking left. CS in exergue instead of SC. RIC IV pt.3.-167a.var. Nice chocolate brown VF. Rare error? (350)

O T A C I L I A S E V E R A , w i f e o f P h i l i p I. 887. Antoninianus. (4.10 gms.). Draped bust right, crescent behind shoulders. Concordia seated left, holding patera and double comucopiae. RSC 4. RIC 125c. VF+/VF. (25)

888.

Antoninianus. (4.77 gms.). Draped bust right, crescent behind shoulders. Concordia enthroned left, holding patera and double-comucopiae. RIC 125c, RSC 4. Lightly toned VF. (45)


CLASSICAL

889.

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

893.

JE Sestertius. (19.97 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Virtus seated left on cuirass, holding branch and spear. RIC IV pt.3.-127. Nice VF, dark brown patina, light porosity. Scarce. (200)

894.

JE Dupondius. (9.49 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Liberalitas standing facing left, holding abacus and cornucopiae. RIC IV pt.3.-120c. VF, red and green patina. Bold portrait. Scarce. (150)

895.

JE As. (9.49 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Dacia standing facing left, holding standard. RIC IV pt.3.113a. Nice Fine, encrusted brown and green patina. (50)

JE Sestertius. (16.66 gms.). Diademed and draped bust right. Concordia seated left, holding patera and cornucopia. RIC IV pt.3. (Philip)-203a. VF, green patina, patchy encrustation reverse. (150)

P H I L I P II. 2 4 7 - 2 4 9 A D . 890. As Caesar. 244-247 AD. Antoninianus. (4.23 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Philip II standing facing left, holding globe and spear. RSC IV-48, RIC IV pt.3.-218d. Near VF. (55)

891.

NUMISMATIC

JE Sestertius. (17.86 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Pax standing facing left, holding branch and transverse sceptre. RIC IV pt.3.-268c. Near VF, dark green-brown patina. (100)

H E R E N N I U S E T R U S C U S . 251 AD. 896. As Caesar. 250-251 AD. Antoninianus. (4.56 gms.). Radiate and draped bust right. Clasped hands. RIC 138, RSC 4. Nice VF+, few spots of verdigris. (90)

1001.

T R A J A N DECIUS. 249-251 AD. 892. Antoninianus. (3.53 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Dacia standing half-left, holding ass-headed staff. RIC (100) IV, pt.3,-12b. RSC IV-16. VF. According to Steven Showers, in his article in The Celator, January 1990, the symbol held by Dacia should be described as a dragon's head, adapted by Dacian auxiliaries in the Roman army from Scythian and Sarmatian ensigns.

As Caesar. 250-251 AD. Antoninianus. (3.25 gms.). Radiate bust right. Sacrificial instruments. RSC IV-14. RIC IV part 3.143. Near VF. (75)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

VOLUSIAN. 898.

As Caesar. 250-251 AD. Antoninianus. (4.56 gms.). Radiate and draped bust right. Herennius standing left, holding wand and spear. RIC IV pt. 3.-147c. Toned VF. Scarce. (75)

H O S T I L I A N . 251 899.

AD.

903.

IE Sestertius. (19.51 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Concordia standing left, holding patera and double comucopiae. RIC IV pt.3. (Gallus)-249a. VF, rough green and brown patina. Rare. (300)

As Caesar. 251 AD. Antoninianus. (2.95 gms.). Radiate and draped bust right. Armed Mars advancing right. RSC IV-15. RIC IV part 3.-177b. EF portrait, weak reverse, light porosity. (125)

I . 253-260

AD.

904.

A n t o n i n i a n u s . (3.93 gms.). A n t i o c h m i n t . c. 253 AD. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Valerian and Gallienus sacrificing over altar, wreath with dot above. RIC V pt. 1.-284. Near VF, lightly porous. (30)

905.

Antoninianus. (4.10 gms.). A n t i o c h . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Valerian and Gallienus standing facing eack other. RIC 293. VF, silvered. (45)

As Caesar. 251 AD. IE Sestertius. (16.92 gms.). Bare-headed, draped bust right. Apollo seated left, holding branch. RIC IVpt.3. (Decius)-215. Nice Fine, green-brown patina. Rare. (250)

TREHONIANUS 901.

AD.

Antoninianus. (3.25 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Virtus standing half-left, holding spear, leaning on shield. RSC 135, RIC 186. VF+/VF. (75)

VALERIAN

900.

251-253

902.

GALLUS.

251-253

GALLIENUS.

AD.

IE Sestertius. (17.10 gms.). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Apollo standing facing left, holding branch, leaning on lyre set on rock. RIC IV pt.3.-103. Near VF, green-brown patina. Nice portrait, slightly double struck. Scarce. (150)

906.

96

253-260

AD.

Antoninianus. (3.12 gms.). c. 254-255 AD. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Jupiter standing facing left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre. RIC V pt.1.-143 (joint reign). EF, original silvering, light porosity. (75)


CLASSICAL

07.

>08.

JE Antoninianus. (2.71 gms.). R o m e . Radiate head right. Antelope walking left. RIC 180. Near VF. (25)

JE Antoninianus. (4.26 gms.). M i n t of A s i a . Radiate, draped and cuirassed right. Genius standing half-left by altar. Nice VF+, silvered. (50)

SALONINA,

w i f e of

Antoninianus. (2.50 gms.). M i n t of Asia. Draped bust right on crescent. Emperor receiving Victory from seated Roma, wreath with dot between. RIC V.l-67 (Joint Reign). Good VF, large flan, light porosity. (40)

909A.

Antoninianus. (3.00 gms.). Diademed and draped bust right, on crescent. Vesta standing left, holding patera and scepter. RSC IV-137. RIC V part !(Joint reign).-39. VF/VF-. (50)

910.

LTD.

912.

Antoninianus. (3.11 gms.). Cologne m i n t . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Providentia standing facing left. RIC V pt.2.-323. Near EF, dark toning. (50)

913.

Antoninianus. (2.62 gms.). Cologne m i n t . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Providentia standing facing left. RIC V pt.2.-323. Toned VF. (50)

914.

Antoninianus. (3.64 gms.). Cologne m i n t . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Fertilitas standing facing left, holding purse and cornucopiae. RIC V pt.2.-330. Toned VF. (75)

915.

Antoninianus. (3.55 gms.). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Mars standing right with spear and shield. RIC 93. EF/VF, strong portrait. (100)

As C a e s a r .

255-259

AD.

Antoninianus. (3.52 gms.). Radiate and draped bust right. Sacrificial instruments. RSC IV-41. RIC V part 1.-9. VF. (40)

POSTUMUS. 911.

AUCTIONS,

Gallienus.

?09.

SALONINUS.

NUMISMATIC

259-268

AD.

Antoninianus. (2.72 gms.). Cologne mint. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Jupiter advancing left‫ ״‬facing right. RIC V pt.2.-311. EF, flan crack, light porosity. (50)

1001.

916.

JE Antoninianus. (3.45 gms.). L u g d u n u m . Radiate and draped bust right. Moneta standing half-left. RIC 75, RSC 199. Good VF. (50)


CI A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

QUINTILLUS. 917.

JE Antoninianus. (2.92 gms.). L u g d u n u m . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Moneta standing half-left. RIC 75, (50) RSC 199a. Good VF, nice strike for issue.

922.

AURELIAN. 918.

JE Antoninianus. (3.64 gms.). L u g d u n u m . Radiate and draped bust right. Emperor standing half-left. RIC 54, RSC 243a. VF, weakly struck on reverse as usual. (35)

923.

270

AD.

Antoninianus. (3.04 gms.). Radiate bust right. Sol s t a n d i r left, holding globe, Î? in right field. RIC V p t . l . - 7 . V] porous, rare. (40)

270-275

S E V E R I N A , w i f e of VICTORINUS.

268-270

AD.

919.

Antoninianus. (2.78 gms.). C o l o g n e m i n t . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Sol advancing left, star to left. RIC V pt.2.-114. Darkly toned VF, obverse legend weak, light porosity. (50)

920.

JE Antoninianus. (3.04 gms.). C o l o g n e . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Pax standing half-left. RIC 118. Good VF, chocolate brown patina, nice strike for issue. (50)

CLAUDIUS 921.

II. 268-270

AD.

JE Antoninianus. (3.48 gms.). Antioch. Radiate and laureate head left. Isis standing half-left, holding basket and sistrum. RIC 217. Good VF/VF-, some silvering, light porosity. (60)

924.

271-272

AD.

U s u r p e r under Aurelian. JE Antoninianus. (2.84 gms.) A n t i o c h . Radiate bust of Aurelian right. Laureate bust Îż Vabalathus right. RIC V,pt. 1.-381. VF, dark brown patina. (75)

PROBUS. 926.

Aurelian.

Antoninianus. (3.72 gms.). Diademed and draped bust right Concordia standing left with two standards. RIC 8. VF, partis silvering. (75)

VABALATHUS. 925.

AD.

JE Denarius. (1.96 gms.). R o m e . Laureate and cuirassed bu: right. Victory advancing right, captive before her. RIC Tl Good VF, scarce. (60)

276-282

AD.

JE Antoninianus. (3.09 gms.). R o m e . Radiate bust right in elaborate cuirass. Emperor on horseback left, captive to left. RIC V pt.2.-158. EF, cleaned and retoned. (75)


CLASSICAL

iE Antoninianus. (3.23 gms.). Radiate bust left in o m a t e imperial mantle, holding eagle-tipped sceptre. Sol in quadriga riding left, holding whip and globe, thunderbolt in exergue. RIC V pt.2.-200. Darkly toned VF, traces of silvering, light encrustation. Scarce. (35)

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

DIOCLETIAN. 284-305 AD. 932. 2 9 6 - 2 9 7 AD. JE P o s t - r e f o r m R a d i a t e . (3.25 g m s . ) . A l e x a n d r i a . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Emperor receiving small Victory on globe from Jupiter. RIC 46a. EF, lovely dark green patina. (125)

JE A n t o n i n i a n u s . (3.68 gms.). T i c i n u m m i n t . Radiate, helmeted bust left, sword on shoulder. VIRTVS PROBI AVG, Emperor on horseback, spearing fallen soldier. RIC 516. Superb EF, chocolate brown patina. (150)

CARAUSIUS. 287-293 AD. JE Antoninianus. (3.49 gms.). London mint? R a d i a t e , 933. draped and cuirassed, long-necked bust right. Pax standing facing left, holding branch and long sceptre. RIC V pt.2.-475. Brown VF. Good portrait, reverse corroded. (50)

JE Antoninianus. (3.87 gms.). Serdica mint. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. PROVIDENTIA DEOR, Providentia standing left before Sol. RIC 845. Choice EF. (100)

ALLECTUS. 293-296 AD. 934. JE Antoninianus. (4.27 gms.). London mint. Radiate and cuirassed bust right. Laetitia standing left, holding wreath and anchor, S ÎĄ in fields. RIC V pt.2.-22. Near EF, heavy green patina. Scarce. (125)

JE Antoninianus. (3.70 ms.). Serdica mint. Radiate bust left, wearing imperial mantle and holding eagle-tipped sceptre. Pax standing left. RIC 878. EF, brown patina. (80)

1001. 1.

NUMISMATIC

JE Antoninianus. (4.07 gms.). C y z i c u s . Radiate bust left wearing imperial mantle, holding eagle-tipped sceptre. Sol in spread quadriga facing. RIC 911. VF, traces of silvering. (75)

M A X I M I A N US. 286-310 AD. 935. As Caesar. 295 AD. JE Nummus. (10.10 gms.). T r e v e r i . Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC VI; 180, 158b. EF/VF, glossy dark brown patina. (50)

3 0 5 - 3 0 6 AD. JE P o s t - r e f o r m R a d i a t e . (3.38 g m s . ) . A l e x a n d r i a . Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Emperor receiving small Victory on globe from Jupiter. RIC 59b. EF, glossy brown patina. (100)


CLASSICAL

937.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

G A L E R I U S . 305-311 AD. 941. As Caesar. 300 AD. JE Follis. (8.75 gms.). A q u i l e i a . Laureate head right. Moneta standing facing left, holding scales and cornucopiae. RIC VI-30b. Nice EF, medium brown patina, light porosity. (75)

307 AD. JE Follis. (6.72 gms.). C a r t h a g e . Laureate bust right. Carthago in hexastyle temple. RIC VI-59. VF+, silvered, light verdigris on reverse. (60)

942.

C O N S T Α Ν Τ Ι US I . 305-306 938.

305 AD. JE Follis. (9.48 gms.). T i c i n u m . Laureate head right. Fides seated left, holding two standards. RIC VI-55b. VF, some silvering and verdigris. (50)

AD.

As Caesar. 297 AD. JE Follis. (12.06 gms.). C a r t h a g e . Laureate head right. A f r i c a standing facing left, holding standard and cornucopiae; at feet, lion and bull. RIC VI-22a. Brown V F with spots of green verdigris. (75)

GALERIA 943.

939.

940.

305-306 AD. JE Follis. (9.80 gms.). A q u i l e i a . Cuirassed bust left with elaborately decorated helmet and shield, sceptre over shoulder. Emperor on horseback riding right, trampling two opponents, shield on ground between them. RIC VI -6a (no shield). Rare. Nice VF, brown patina. (100) is a minor The presence or absence of shield on ground variety, c f . Carson, PCR IU-1241(Severus) for example with shield.

SEVERUS 944.

Memorial Issue. 317-318 AD. JE Fraction. (2.72 gms.). Rome. Laureate and veiled bust right. Eagle standing facing left. RIC VII (Rome)-l 11(R3‫)־‬. VF, green-brown patina, very rare. (50)

V A L E R I A , wife of

Galerius.

309-310 AD. JE Follis. (7.39 gms.). C y z i c u s . Diademed bust right. Venus standing half-left, holding up apple and drapery. RIC VI-58. VF, brown patina with patches of red. (75)

I I . 306-307

AD.

As Caesar. 305-306 AD. IE Follis. (9.70 gms.). A q u i l e i a . Laurate head right. Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy. RIC VI-70a. VF,dark brown patina, norositv. (50)

307 AD. JE Follis. (10.46 gms.). C y z i c u s . Laureate head right. Genius standing half-left. RIC VI 27b (scarce). Near VF, gray-green patina. (50)

100


CLASSICAL

946.

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

950.

3 1 1 - 3 1 2 AD. JE Follis. (6.45 gms.). Antioch. Laureate head right. Sol standing left in long robe, holding bust of Serapis. RIC VI-154c. Good VF, red and brown patina. (50)

951.

3 1 2 A D . JE Follis. (4.92 gms.). A n t i o c h . L a u r e a t e head right. Genius standing half-left, holding Victory on globe and cornucopiae. RIC VI-164b. Good VF, medium brown patina. (40)

952.

312 A D . JE Follis. (4.47 gms.). A n t i o c h . Same description as previous coin, but m m . BIMKV. RIC Vl-unlisted. Good VF, brown patina. (50)

3 0 6 A D . JE Follis. (7.76 gms.). A n t i o c h . L a u r e a t e head r i g h t . G e n i u s s t a n d i n g h a l f - l e f t . C a r s o n , PCR I I I - 1 2 7 1 (Different off.: B). F+, crusty brown, green and red patina. (50) Described by Carson as "extremely rare".

M A X I M I N U S II. 3 0 9 - 3 1 3 A D . 947. A s Caesar. 3 0 9 - 3 1 0 A D . JE Follis. (6.96 gms.). A n t i o c h . Laureate, mantled bust left, holding Victory on globe and shield decorated with battle scene. M a x i m i n u s standing left, holding globe and sceptre. RIC VI-120var. (R-2). VF, greenbrown patina with some red encrustation. (250) Struck after the conference at Carnuntum, 308 AD, while the subordinate tetrarchs were jockeying for position.

948.

NUMISMATIC

3 1 0 - 3 1 1 A D . JE Follis. (5.80 gms.). Siscia. Laureate bust r i g h t . G e n i u s s t a n d i n g f a c i n g l e f t , h o l d i n g p a t e r a and cornucopiae. RIC VI-207c. Near EF, some flatness, smooth brown patina. (50) MAXENTIUS. 306-312 AD. 953. 310-311 AD. JE Follis. (6.64 gms.). R o m e . Laureate head right. Roma seated left in hexastyle temple. RIC VI-258. Good VF, smooth dark brown patina, unusual large planchet. (100)

1510.

Circa 3 1 2 A D ? IE Follis. (5.18 gms.). C y z i c u s . L a u r e a t e head right. Jupiter standing left, holding Victory on globe and sceptre, without eagle at feet. M m . AIMKV. RIC Vl-unlisted? Good VF, brown patina with some red encrustation. (25) If the RIC listings are not in error, this would seem to be a transitional issue between the eaglelMKV 312 AD, and the no eagle/SMK 313 AD series.

3 0 9 - 3 1 2 A D . JE Follis. (5.26 gms.). O s t i a . Laureate head right. T h e Dioscuri standing facing, holding horse's bridles. RIC 35. VF, weak strike and corrosion on reverse. (50)

101


CI A S S I C A L

955.

NUMISMATIC

957.

958.

LTD.

309 AD. JE Follis. (6.53 gms.). O s t i a . Laureate head right. Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm. RIC 54. VF/VF+, heavy brown patina, scarce. (125)

L I C I N I U S I . 308-324 956.

AUCTIONS,

960.

315-316 AD. JE Follis. (3.68 gms.). Siscia. Laureate head right. Jupiter standing facing left, holding Victory on globe and sceptre, eagle at feet. RIC VII-17 (R-2). VF+, chocolate brown patina. (50)

961.

316-317 AD. JE Reduced Follis. (4.03 gms.). A l e x a n d r i a . Laureate head right. Jupiter standing facing, head left, holding Victory and sceptre. RIC VII; 706, 18. Choice EF, some silvering. (125) Ex: CNA IV, lot 600 (John Barton Inventory)

962.

317-320 AD. JE 3. (2.74 gms.). N i c o m e d i a . Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding mappa and globus. Jupiter standing facing left, holding Victory and staff, palm and Δ in fields. RIC VII-24(R-1). VF, traces of silvering. (35)

963.

320 AD. JE 3. (1.90 gms.). T i c i n u m . Laureate head right. DN L I C I N I I N V I C T AVG around laurel wreath enclosing VOT/XX. RIC 132 (R-5: RIC cites only known specimen in Paris). Good VF, reddish-brown patina, light porosity. (100)

AD.

308-311 AD. JE Follis. (7.06 gms.). T h e s s a l o n i c a . Laureate head right. (Dot after VAL). Genius standing half-left. RIC VI30b. brown patina. (35)

313-314 AD. JE Follis. (3.01 gms.). L o n d o n . Laureate and cuirassed bust right. Genius standing facing left, holding patera and comucopiae. RIC VII-3. VF, nice green and brown patina. Scarce. (50)

313-314 AD. JE 3. (3.69 gms.). A n t i o c h . Laureate head right. Jupiter standing facing, head left, holding Victory and sceptre. RIC VII; 676, 8 (R-4). Good VF, dark green patina with touches of red. (60)

L I C I N I U S II C a e s a r . 317-324 AD. 959.

3 1 3 - 3 1 5 AD. JE Reduced Follis. (4.01 gms.). S i s c i a . Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Jupiter standing halfleft, holding Victory and sceptre. RIC VII; 423, 9 (R-4). EF, dark brown patina. (100)

964.

JE Follis. (3.05 gms.). A r i e s . L a u r e a t e head r i g h t . C A E S A R V M NOSTRORVM, within wreath, VOT X. RIC VII Arles-244n. VF, green-brown patina. (50) Noted in RIC as "not confirmed".


CLASSICAL

)66.

LTD.

Commemorative. 334-335 AD. JE 3. (2.46 gms.). S i s c i a . Helmeted bust left of Constantinopolis wearing imperial mantle. Victory standing left on prow, holding spear and shield. RIC 241. Choice EF, brown surfaces. (75)

971.

Commemorative. 335-337 AD. JE 3. (2.70 gms.). A n t i o c h . Helmeted bust left of Constantinopolis wearing imperial mantle. Victory standing left on prow, holding spear and shield. RIC 114. EF, brown surfaces. (50)

313 AD. JE Quarter Follis. (1.25 gms.). R o m e . Bare head right. SAPIENTIA PRINCIPIS, Altar with owl atop. RIC 16 (rarity 3). VF, dark green patina, rare. (75) This is one of the few (and probably first) times throughout the history of the Roman Empire that "Sapientia" or "Wisdom" was epigraphically noted on a Roman coin.

317-318 AD. JE Nummus. Struck in the name of Claudius Gothicus, ancestor of Constantine. (3.50 gms.). R o m e . Veiled and laureate head right of Claudius Gothicus. REQVIES OP-TIMOR MERIT, emperor seated left on curule chair, raising right hand and holding short sceptre with left. RIC 106 (R-2). Near EF, medium brown patina, rare. (150)

AUCTIONS,

970.

K O N S T A N T I N E I, the G r e a t . 307-337 AD. !65.

NUMISMATIC

FAUSTA, 972.

wife of

Constantine.

325-326 AD. JE Follis. (2.76 gms.). Trier. Draped bust right. Spes with children. RIC 466 (R-5). VF, nice green patina.

(100)

330-335 AD. JE Follis. (1.86 gms.). Trier. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Two soldiers standing, two standards between, T R ‫ ׳‬S in exergue. RIC VIII-537. LRBC-60. VF, dark green patina. (25)

Commemorative. 334-335 AD. JE 3. (2.43 gms.). A q u i l e i a . Helmeted bust left of Constantinopolis wearing imperial mantle. Victory standing left on prow, holding spear and shield. RIC 129 (rarity 4). Choice EF, brown surfaces. (75)

H E L E N A , m o t h e r of

327-328 AD. JE 3. (3.18 gms.). Trier. Diademed and draped bust right. Securitas standing half-left, holding branch. RIC VII; 212, 508. Choice EF, dark brown to black patina. (150)

974.

327-328 AD. JE Follis. (1.97 gms.). Trier. Draped bust right. Securitas standing left. RIC 508. VF+/VF, green patina.

(100)

975. Commemorative. 334-335 AD. JE 3. (2.66 gms.). S i s c i a . Helmeted bust left of Roma wearing imperial mantle. She-wolf suckling twins left. RIC 240 (rarity 2). EF, brown surfaces. (50)

Constantine.

973.

1001.

329-330 AD. JE 3. (2.75 gms.). Alexandria. Diademed and draped bust right. Securitas standing half-left, holding branch. RIC VII; 710, 53. Good VF, light brown patina, lovely style. (75) Ex: CNA IV, lot 638.


CLASSICAL

DELMATIUS 976.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

C a e s a r . 335-337 AD.

JE 3 (1.78 gms.). A l e x a n d r i a . D i a d e m e d and cuirassed bust right. T w o soldiers standing facing each other, standard b e t w e e n . RIC V I I - 6 9 ( R 4 ) . L R B C - 1 4 3 9 . VF, s o m e silvering present, light porosity. (50) 981.

CONSTANTINE 977.

I I . 337-340

As C a e s a r . 3 2 5 - 3 2 6 A D . JE Follis. (3.60 g m s . ) . A n t i o c h . Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left. C a m p gate, star above. SMANTA RIC V n - 6 5 ( R - 2 ) . EF, original silvering. (150)

AD.

As C a e s a r . 3 2 3 - 3 2 4 A D . JE Follis. (2.62 gms.). L o n d o n . Laureate bust right. V O T X in wreath. RIC VII-292. Near EF, full silvering, flatly struck at 9:00. (50)

978.

As C a e s a r . 3 2 4 - 3 2 5 A D . JE Follis. (2.92 gms.). L o n d o n . Laureate and cuirassed bust right. C a m p gate, star above. RIC VII-296. VF, gray-brown patina. (65) One of the last issues of London mint.

979.

As Caesar. 321 AD. JE Follis. (3.45 gms.). L y o n s . Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Globe set on altar, three stars above. RIC VII -148(R-5). Near EF, green-brown patina. Very rare. (75)

1166.

As Caesar. 334-335 A D . JE 3. (2.69 gms.). S i s c i a . Laureate and cuirassed bust right. T w o soldiers standing facing, heads inward, two standards between. RIC VII; 455, 236. Choice EF, dark brown patina. (75)

CONSTANTIUS

II. 337-361

AD.

982.

A s C a e s a r . 3 2 8 - 3 2 9 A D . JE Follis. ( 2 . 0 9 g m s . ) . Siscia. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust left. C a m p g a t e . RIC 217. Near EF, green-brown patina. (50)

983.

3 4 8 - 3 5 0 A D . JE C e n t e n i o n a l i s . (4.31 g m s . ) . A q u i l e i a . D i a d e m e d , draped and cuirassed bust right. Emperor standing left in galley which is steered by Victory. RIC 97. EF, traces of silvering. (140)

984.

3 4 8 - 3 5 0 A D . JE C e n t e n i o n a l i s . ( 4 . 6 5 g m s . ) . A n t i o c h . Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust left, holding globe in right hand. E m p e r o r standing left, holding standard, two captives before him. RIC 125. EF, brown surfaces, spot of verdigris by eye. (130)

985.

351-355 A D . JE H a l f C e n t e n i o n a l i s . ( 2 . 3 8 gms.). A l e x a n d r i a . D i a d e m e d , d r a p e d and cuirassed bust right. Soldier standing left over fallen h o r s e m a n and spearing him. R I C 80 & 82. N i c e E F w i t h a b r o w n p a t i n a , s c a r c e denomination. (75)


CLASSICAL

991.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

JE Centenionalis. (5.86 gms.). L y o n s . B a r e - h e a d e d , draped and cuirassed bust right. Large Christogram between A and W . RIC V m -156. Brown VF, small planchet. Scarce. (100)

M A G N E N T I U S . 350-353 AD. 986. JE Centenionalis. (4.99 gms.). A r i e s . Diademed, draped and c u i r a s s e d bust right. E m p e r o r s t a n d i n g h a l f - l e f t , holding standard and Victory. RIC 137. VF, dark brown patina, scarce. (85)

J U L I A N II. 3 6 0 - 3 6 3 A D . 992. Siliqua. (2.64 gms.). Aries. Bearded and diademed bust right, draped and cuirassed. V O T X M V L T XX in wreath with bird in central medallion. RIC Vffl-309. Good VF. (150) 987.

JE Half C e n t e n i o n a l i s . (1.45 gms.). A m i e n s . B a r e - h e a d e d , draped and cuirassed bust right. T w o Victories standing facing each other, holding wreath inscribed V O T / V / M V T / X . Unlisted in RIC. VF, dark green patina, scarce denomination. (150)

988.

JE D o u b l e Centenionalis. (7.91 gms.). L y o n s . B a r e - h e a d e d , draped and cuirassed bust right. Large Christogram. RIC 153. VF, brown patina with touches of green, scarce. (150)

989.

JE Centenionalis. (5.12 gms.). L y o n s . Diademed, draped and c u i r a s s e d bust right. E m p e r o r standing h a l f - l e f t , holding labarum and Victory. RIC 112. VF, brown patina with traces of silvering, scarce. (150)

990.

JE Centenionalis. (5.59 gms.). L y o n s . Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right. T w o Victories standing facing each other, holding wreath inscribed V O T / V / M V L T / X . RIC 145. Nice VF, brown patina with touches of green on reverse. (85)

JOVIAN. 363-364 AD. 993. JE 3. (3.74 gms.). S i r m i u m . Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. V O T / V / M V L T / X within wreath. RIC VBI; 394, 118. Superb EF, beautiful dark green patina. (175)

994.

JE Follis. (3.00 gms.). S i s c i a . Diademed bust right. V O T V M V L T X in wreath. RIC 426. Near VF, brown patina. (100)

JE 1. (9.71 gms.). A n t i o c h . Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Emperor standing facing right, holding labarum and Victory on globe. RIC VIII -228. VF, brown patina, light porosity. Scarce. (350)

105


CLASSICAL

VALENTINIAN 996.

NUMISMATIC

I . 364-375

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

AD.

1002.

Siliqua. (1.83 gms.). R o m e . Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. VOT V M V L T X in wreath. RSC V-70f. RIC IX 10a(2). Lightly toned near VF. (65)

JE 3. (2.54 gms.). R o m e . Diademed, draped bust right. Roma seated facing left. LRBC-757. VF, dark green patina, light scratches. (30)

VALENTINIAN VALENS.

364-378

AD.

997.

Siliqua. (1.96 gms.). Trier. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Roma enthroned left, holding Victory in right hand. RIC 27e, RSC 109a. Near EF. (175)

998.

Siliqua. (1.82 gms.). Trier. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Roma seated left, holding Victory on globe and spear. RSC V-109a, RIC IX -27e(l), 45b(l). Toned VF. (50)

999.

Siliqua. (1.87 gms.). R o m e . Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. VOT V MV.LT X in wreath. RIC IX 10b. EF. (225)

GRATIAN.

367-383

AD.

1000.

Siliqua. (2.01 gms.). Trier. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Roma enthroned left, holding Victory in right hand. RIC 27f. Nice EF. (250)

1001.

Siliqua. (1.95 gms.). Rome. Diademed and draped bust right. Roma seated left, holding winged Victory; in exergue, R*T. RIC IX 35a-3. Toned good VF. (100)

I I . 375-392

AD.

1003.

Siliqua. (2.02 gms.). T r i e r . Diademed bust right. Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm. RSC V-40a. RIC IX 43, 57a. Darkly toned VF, broad,well-centered planchet. (75)

1004.

Siliqua. (1.51 gms.). Trier. Diademed and draped bust right. Roma seated left, holding Victory and staff. RIC IX-94a. Good VF. (150)

1005.

Siliqua. ( 1.46 gms.). R o m e . Diademed bust right. Roma seated left, holding winged Victory; in exergue, R*Q. RIC IX 35b-3. Lightly toned good VF. (125)

A E L I A F L A C C I L L A , wife of T h e o d o s i u s I. 1006.

JE 4. (1.12 gms.). A n t i o c h . Diademed and draped bust right. Victory seated right, inscribing Chi-Rho on shield. RIC IX-64. LRBC-2744. Nice Fine, brown patina. (35)

MAGNUS 1007.

MAXIMUS.

383-388

AD.

Siliqua. (1.88 gms.). Trier. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Roma seated facing, head left, holding globe and spear. RSC V-20a. RIC IX -84b( 1). Toned VF. (90)


CLASSICAL

1008.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Siliqua. (1.14 gms.). M e d i o l a n u m . Diademed, draped bust right. Roma seated facing left. RIC IX-19a. VF, small flan. (150) T H E O D O S I U S II. 4 0 2 - 4 5 0 A D . 1 0 1 4 . AV Solidus. (4.45 gms.). C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, head turned to right, spear over shoulder. Constantinopolis seated left, holding globus cruciger and scepter, foot on prow. Berk-9. Tolstoi-51. EF, slightly double struck. (400)

ARCADIUS. 383-408 AD. 1 0 0 9 . Siliqua. (2.04 gms.). Trier. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right. Roma seated left, holding winged Victory. RIC IX 106b. Lightly toned VF. (140) 1015.

1010.

1011.

JE 4. (1.41 gms.) N i c o m e d i a . D i a d e m e d bust right. Monogram of Theodosius in wreath, NI(C) in exergue. LRBC2462. Fine, green-brown, ragged edge but rare. (35)

JE 2. (5.18 gms.). N i c o m e d i a . Diademed and draped bust right. Emperor standing, facing right, holding labarum and globe. LRBC-2423. VF, dark green-brown patina. (50) A notably slack-jawed portrait of an ineffectual emperor.

JE 3. (2.21 gms.). C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Helmeted and cuirassed b u s t f a c i n g , h o l d i n g t r a n s v e r s e s p e a r and shield. Constantinopolis seated facing right, holding Victory on globe. LRBC-2210. Near VF, nice frontal portrait, greenbrown patina. (50)

L E O I. 4 5 7 - 4 7 4 A D . 1016. AV Solidus. (4.47 gms.). C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Helmeted bust three-quarter face to right, spear over shoulder. Victory standing facing left, holding long cross, star in right field. Berk 13. VF, planchet flaw on obverse. (250)

BYZANTINE

HONORIUS. 393-423 AD. 1 0 1 2 . JE 3. (1.92 gms.). C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Diademed and draped bust right. Emperor being crowned by Victory. LRBC-2206. Near VF, brown patina, lightly porous. (40)

1210.

J U S T I N I A N I. 5 2 7 - 5 6 5 A D . 1017. JE Follis. (22.29 gms.). 538/539. C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Helmeted and cuirassed bust right, holding globus cruciger and JE 3. (1.84 gms.). C y z i c u s . Diademed and draped bust right. shield. Large M between A/N/N/O and XII. SB-163, Berk 218. Emperor on horseback riding right. LRBC-2576. Near VF, Good VF, dark green to black patina. (250) brown patina, light porosity. (30) 1216.


CLASSICAL

1018.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

JE Half-follis. (6.70 gms.). A n t i o c h . Laureate, draped bust right. Large K, long cross, Α Ν Τ X to left. Officina A (sidewise). SB-224A. MIB-132. VF, dark brown patina, some porosity. (75) Unlisted officina.

TIBERIUS 1023.

,Ki-y

1019.

AD.

JE Pentanummia. (1.88 gms.). Antioch. 546-551. Laureate and draped bust right. Large Ε with cross on central bar, alpha to right. SB-243, DOC-270. VF, dark brown patina, a better portrait for one of these ugly coins. (75)

MAURICE

m: 1020.

I I C O N S T A N T I N E . 578-582

JE F o l l i s . ( 1 2 . 4 1 g m s . ) . 5 7 9 / 5 8 0 . C o n s t a n t i n o p l e Crowned bust facing. Large M. SB 430. Nice VF, crusty olivi green patina. (150)

JE Follis. (15.40 gms.). C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Justin (on left) and Sophia seated facing on double throne, both nimbate and holding long sceptres. Large M between A/N/N/O and I. SB. 360, MIB 43a, Berk 313. Good VF, dark brown patina with lighter highlights. (100)

1001.

JE Follis. (12.35 gms.). 568/569. N i c o m e d i a . Justin and Sophia seated facing. Large M. SB 369. VF, green-brown patina. (50)

AD.

1025.

JE Follis. (12.93 gms.). 582/583. A n t i o c h / T h e o u p o l i s Crowned bust facing wearing consular robes, holding mapp; and eagle-tipped sceptre. Large M between ( A ) / N / N / 0 and I SB. 532, MIB. 95, Berk 461. VF, dark green patina, scarce regnal year. (50)

1026.

JE Follis. (11.87 gms.). 589/590. A n t i o c h . Crowned bust facing. Large M. SB 533. Good VF, dark green-brown patina, s ‫ ״‬m e porosity. (100)

AD.

1021.

582-602

JE Follis. (12.40 gms.). 584/585. C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . F a c i n . bust with helmet and cuirass, holding globus criciger. Large M Year 3. Officina A. SB-494. DOC-20b.l. Near VF, brown wit] thick green verdigris. (50)

Siliqua. (1.24 gms.). C a r t h a g e . 534-565 AD. Diademed and draped bust right. VOT MVLT HTI in wreath. SB-253, DOC280. Dull gray VF, mineralization of silver. (60)

J U S T I N I I . 565-578

TIBERIUS.

1024.


CLASSICAL

1031.

1027.

JE Follis. (11.67 gms.). 5 9 3 / 5 9 4 . A n t i o c h . Facing bust in c r o w n and consular robes, holding m a p p a and eagle-tipped sceptre. Large M. Year XI, officina Γ. SB-533, DOC-163d. EF, brown patina, s o m e light porosity. (250) The X, small 1 on reverse, might indicate a re-use of a year X die.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

JE Half-Follis. (5.04 gms.). 616/617. S e l e u c i a . H a l f - l e n g t h busts of Heraclius and son facing, cross between. Large K. Year 7. A/SEL. SB 846, DOC-182b, MIB-194, Berk 576. Nice Fine, green-brown patina, light porosity. Scarcer type. (200)

C O N S T A N S II. 6 4 1 - 6 6 8 A D . 1 0 3 2 . JE Follis. (3.79 gms.). 6 6 6 - 6 6 8 . C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Long bearded bust facing, cross on crown. Κ to right. Half length busts of Heraclius, Constantine IV and Tiberius around M. SB1013, MIB-177b. Near VF, dark brown patina. (60)

FOCAS. 602-610 AD. 1 0 2 8 . AV Solidus. (4.46 gms.). Crowned, draped and cuirassed bust f a c i n g , h o l d i n g g l o b u s c r u c i g e r . A n g e l standing f a c i n g , holding long staff surmounted by chi-rho and globus cruciger. SB. 620, Berk 102. Nice EF. (350)

1033.

HERACLIUS. 610-641 AD. 1 0 2 9 . AV Solidus. (4.49 gms.). 629-632. C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Busts of Heraclius and son facing. Cross on steps. Officina Δ. SB749. Berk-123. VF, one weak spot. (250)

1001. 1030.

AV Solidus. (4.39 gms.). 636/637. C o n s t a n t i n o p l e . Heraclius and sons standing facing, all three wearing crowns. Cross on steps, m o n o g r a m and I in fields. Officina Θ. SB-763, cf.DOC-38. VF. (25°)

JE Follis. (4.66 gms.). c. 666-668. Facing bust with long beard, no cross on crown, m o n o g r a m to right. Half length busts of Heraclius, Constantine IV and Tiberius around M. O f f i c i n a B(?). SB-1014 var., M I B - 1 7 7 c var. Nice VF, dark brown patina. Rare? (200) This type, with monogram instead of plain Κ on obverse, is unlisted in the major references. But cf. Ratio 1629, which is poorly preserved, but might have the monogram. Normally found on Sicilian issues, might this monogram denote a coin struck at Constantinople for the West?

T I B E R I U S III A p s i m a r . 6 9 8 - 7 0 5 A D . 1 0 3 4 . JE Follis. (3.29 gms.). 698-701. S y r a c u s e . A n e p i g r a p h i c . Crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding spear and shield. Large M between two palms. Spahr 271, SB. 1395, Berk 801. VF, pale green patina, slightly rough surfaces, rare. (375)


CI A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

C O N S T A N T I N E V. 741-775 AD. 1 0 3 5 . JE Follis. (1.46 gms.). 751-775. S y r a c u s e . Facing busts of Constantine V (on left) and Leo IV. Half-length figure of Leo III facing. Spahr 335, SB. 1569, Berk 864. VF+, dark green patina. (50)

THEOPHILUS. 829-842 AD. 1 0 3 6 . JE Follis. (4.34 gms.). S y r a c u s e . Facing bust wearing crown and chlamys, holding globus cruciger. Large M between X/X/X and N/N/N. Spahr 431, SB. 1681, Berk 897. Good VF, red and green patina. (100)

R O M A N U S I. 9 2 0 - 9 4 4 A D . 1 0 3 7 . JE Follis. (4.91 gms.). Facing bust holding labarum and globus cruciger. Legend in four lines. SB-1760. VF, green-brown patina, light encrustation. (35)

N I C E P H O R U S II, P h o c a s . 9 6 3 - 9 6 9 A D . 1 0 3 8 . JE Follis. (6.25 gms.). C r o w n e d bust facing. Four line inscription. SB. 1783, DOC. 8. Near VF, and overstruck on an earlier issue, green-brown patina. (75)

A N O N Y M O U S . P e r i o d of J o h n I. 9 6 9 - 9 7 6 A D . 1 0 3 9 . JE Follis. (15.48 gms.). Half-length figure of Christ facing. Four line inscription, no ornamentation. SB-1793. Near VF,brown patina, lightly porous. Heavier than normal for issue due to being overstruck on an earlier follis. (50)

1040.

Class A2. Attributed to Constantine VIII. 1025-1028 AD. JE Follis. (13.19 gms.). Bust of Christ facing. Inscription. SB 1817. Near VF, brown patina, nice full flan. (45)

B A S I L II. 9 7 6 - 1 0 2 5 A D . 1 0 4 1 . AV Histamenon Nomisma. (4.36 gms.). 1001-1005. Bust of Christ facing, beaded cross behind. Facing busts of Basil and Constantine, holding long cross between them. SB 1798, Berk 287. VF, scrape on reverse, dirt in devices. (450)

C O N S T A N T I N E IX. 1042-1055 AD. 1 0 4 2 . AV Histamenon Nomisma. (4.41 gms.). Bust of Christ facing. Crowned and bearded bust facing of Constantine IX, holding long cross and orb surmounted by pelleted cross. SB. 1830, DOC. 3, Berk 303. Choice EF. (300)


CLASSICAL

R O M A N U S IV. 1068-1071 AD. 1 0 4 3 . JE Follis. (7.37 gms.). H a l f - l e n g t h figure of Christ facing. Inscription within arms of cross decorated with globus and pellets at ends. SB-1866. VF, dark green patina. (Overstruck on A n o n y m o u s follis Class D, SB-1836). (50)

1045.

1001.

JE T e t a r t e r o n . (4.08 gms.). P o s t - r e f o r m issue ( 1 0 9 2 - 1 1 1 8 ) . H a l f - l e n g t h f i g u r e of Christ facing. H a l f - l e n g t h f i g u r e of Alexius facing, holding sceptre and globus cruciger. SB 1929. Near VF, dark brown patina, some porosity. (50)

J O H N II. 1118-1143 AD. 1 0 4 6 . AV Hyperpyron. (4.24 gms.). Christ enthroned facing. Virgin right, crowning John. SB 1939, Berk 342. Nice EF. (350)

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

M A N U E L I. 1143-1180 A D . 1 0 4 7 . AV Hyperpyron. (4.37 gms.). Facing bust of Christ. M a n u e l standing being crowned by hand of God. SB. 1956, Berk 350. Good VF. (150) 1048.

A L E X I U S I. 1 0 8 1 - 1 1 1 8 A D . 1 0 4 4 . AV Hyperpyron. (4.33 gms.). Post-reform issue (1092-1118). C h r i s t seated on throne. Alexius standing facing, clad in divitision and c h l a m y s with small j e w e l s on border, holding labarum and globus cruciger, Hand of God above. Sear -1912, Berk-338. VF, slight bend in planchet. (200)

NUMISMATIC

No

Lot.

A N D R O N I C U S I. 1 1 8 3 - 1 1 8 5 A D . 1 0 4 9 . JE T e t a r t e r o n . (3.15 gms.). T h e s s a l o n i c a . Standing facing figure of Virgin in orans position, nimbate head of infant Christ on breast. Standing facing figure of emperor, holding labarum and akakia, hand of God above. Legend (in Greek), AND/RONI/KO/S D E S / P / O / T / E S . SB-. H e n d y - . R a t t o - . Apparently unlisted. Nice Fine, brown patina, light porosity, somewhat flatly struck. Interesting arrangement of legends. (50)

A L E X I U S III. 1195-1203 AD. 1 0 5 0 . AV Hyperpyron. (4.28 gms.). Christ standing facing, holding G o s p e l book. Alexius and St. Constantine standing facing, holding cross on long staff between them. SB. 2008, Berk361. Near EF. Excellent portraits for issue, but edges are weak. (150)

JE Tetarteron. (2.62 gms.). Half-length bust of St. G e o r g e facing, holding spear and sword. Alexius standing facing, holding labarum and globus cruciger. SB. 2015. Hendy plate 23-9. VF, light brown patina with some verdigris. Exceptional portrait of St. George. (50)


CI A S S I C A L

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

THE RESTORED

LATIN 1052.

RULERS

of C o n s t a n t i n o p l e .

1204-1261

EMPIRE OF

AD.

1055.

V I I I . 1261-1282

AD.

1056.

JE T r a c h y . (2.62 gms.). T h e s s a l o n i c a . St. Demetrius seated, holding sword. Archangel Michael crowning emperor. SB. 2295. aFine/Fine, dark brown with porosity. (85)

1057.

JE Trachy. (1.92 gms.). T h e s s a l o n i c a . Archangel Michael standing facing. Emperor and St.Demetrius facing, holding staff with circled cross. SB. 2297. Fine, cleaned, planchet holes. (75)

1058.

JE Trachy. (1.22 gms.). T h e s s a l o n i c a . Large fleur-de-lis. Michael standing facing, holding cross and akakia. SB. 2309. Fine, holed, planchet crack. (40)

NICAEA

J o h n I I I . 1222-1254 AD. Billon T r a c h y . (3.05 gms.). Magnesia. Half-length figure of Christ facing. John and St. Constantine standing facing, holding long cross between them. SB. 2093. Near VF, brown patina with red encrustation and corrosion. (60)

EMPIRE 1054.

EMPIRE

JE T r a c h y . (2.20 gms.). Archangel Michael standing (?). Emperor standing facing, holding sceptre and globus cruciger. SB. 2033. Fair/Fine, holed, dark brown patina. (20)

MICHAEL

1053.

BYZANTINE

OF

THESSALONICA

Theodore Comnenus-Dukas. 1 2 2 4 - 1 2 3 0 AD. JE Tetarteron. (3.17 gms.). Legend in five lines. Cross potent on steps between Theodore and St. Demetrius. SB-2170. Fine, clean and porous. (60)

T h e o d o r e C o m n e n u s - D u k a s . 1224-1230 AD. JE Trachy. (3.64 gms.). Half-length bust of Christ. Theodore and St. Demetrius standing facing. SB-2161. Fine/ Near VF, dark green patina. (40)

JOHN 1059.

V. 1341-1391

AD.

One-Sixteenth Hyperpyron. (0.75 gms.). 1354-1391. Bust of Christ facing. Bust of John facing, dots to sides. SB. 2512. Bendall, LPC page 154 #3. Fine, edge chipped. (50)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

SPECIAL OFFERING OF EARLY DATED MEDIEVAL COINAGE

1062.

A a c h e n . R e i n h a l d of J ü l i c h . 1411. cross, A N N O D O M I N I M I L L E S I M O C C C C M O N E T A V R B A Q E N . C r o w n e d bust of sceptre and globe, SCS K A R O L M A G N V S (New 19). Choice near EF, as struck. Rare. Valued in Frey by Cervin at $1000.00

1063.

A a c h e n . R e i n h a l d of J ü l i c h . 1420. G r o s c h e n . L o n g cross, A N N O D O M I N I M I L L E S I M O C C C C XX, inner circle, M O N E T A VRB A Q E N . C r o w n e d bust of C h a r l e m a g n e with sceptre and globe, SCS K A R O L M A G N V S I P E R A T . Frey 18 (New 24). Choice VF. (325) Valued in Frey by Cervin at $800.00

1064.

A a c h e n . R e i n h a l d of J ü l i c h . 1 4 2 2 . cross, A N N O DOMINI M I L L E S I M O C C C C M O N E T A VRB A Q E N . Crowned bust of sceptre and globe, SCS K A R O L M A G N V S (New 26). Choice VF. Valued in Frey by Cervin at $1000.00

1065.

B a c h a r a c h . L u d w i g I V , C o u n t of the Palatinate. 1448. Groschen. St. Peter with Key, A DN M C C C C XLVIII. Shields of Mainz, Trier and Cologne in trefoil arrangement, Μ Ο Ν Ε N O V E BACh. Frey 80. Toned nice VF. (325)

Groschen. Long VND, inner circle, C h a r l e m a g n e with I P E R A T . Frey 14 (400)

AUSTRIA 1 0 6 0 . T y r o l . S i g i s m u n d . 1484. Half Guldiner. + S I G I S M V N D V S A R C h DVX A V S T R I E , crowned half-length bust of Archduke with sceptre. Knight in full armor right on horseback, 1484 below, thirteen shields around. Frey 261. Toned EF. Extremely Rare in this condition. Seldom offered for sale. (2750)

GERMANY 1 0 6 1 . A a c h e n . R e i n h a l d of J ü l i c h . 1 4 0 5 . G r o s c h e n . Long cross, A N N O D O M I N I M I L L E S I M O C C C C Q V I N T O , inner circle, M O N E T A VRB A Q E N . Crowned bust of Charlemagne with sceptre and globe, SCS K A R O L M A G N V S IPERAT. Frey 11 (New 15). Choice near EF, as struck. Rare. (600) Valued in Frey by Cervin at $1500.00

1001.

Groschen. Long ΧΧΠ, inner circle, Charlemagne with IPERAT. Frey 20 (325)


CLASSICAL

1066.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

B r a n d e n b u r g . John Cicero. 1496. Half Groschen. Shield surmounted on cross. Eagle. Minted at Frankfurt-am-Oder. Frey 437A. Toned good VF. Exceptional clear date. (200) 1071.

1067.

Saxony. Ernst, Albrecht and Wilhelm. 1466. Hornsgroschen. Helmet above armorial shield, Ε A D G DVCS SAX TVB L M A R C h MIS 6. Helmet above armorial shield, W D G DVX SAX TVR L MARCh MIS around. Frey 111. Toned VF. Scarce date. (200)

B r a n d e n b u r g . Joachim I & Albrecht. 1499. Groschen. Long cross, four shields in angles of cross, M O N E T A A N N O DOMINI 1499. Eagle, IOAChl ET ALB MARCh BRANBG. Frey 515. Toned good VF. (225)

LOWLANDS 1 0 7 2 . B r a b a n t . C h a r l e s the B o l d . 1475. D o u b l e B r i q u e t . Antwerp mint. Two lion's rampant facing, +kAROLVS DEI GRA DX DG BRA Ζ LI (Hand). SALVV HAC PPLM T W DNE 1475, shield surmounted on long cross. Frey 165. Choice VF+, toned. (225) 1068.

C o b l e n z . J a c o b von 1444. Groschen. St. Peter Arms of Mainz, Trier and ΜΟΝΕ NOVA COVE. Frey

S i r k . A r c h b i s h o p of T r i e r . seated. IAKOB M C C C C XLIIII. the Paltinate in trefoil arangement, 65. Toned good VF. Scarce. (250)

1069.

Hildesheim. 1495. Groschen. + M O NOV HILDESEM XCV, arms. St. Bernhard with cross. Frey 431. Toned good VF. Rare. (350)

1070.

S a l z b u r g . L e o n h a r d von K e u t s c h a c h . 1500. "Turnip" Batzen. St. Rupert left with miter, SANCT RVDBERT EPVS. T w o shields, 1500 above. Around L E O N A R D A R C h l E P I SALCZ. Frey 534. Toned VF. (100)

1073.

Flanders. M a r y of B u r g u n d y . 1480. D o u b l e B r i q u e t . Two lion's rampant facing, MARIA DVCISSA BG COMIT F. Long cross, SALVV HAC PPLM TVV DNE 1480. Frey 210v. Toned good VF. Nicely struck for issue. (150)

1!

Holland. Philip the H a n d s o m e . 1499. Patard. Crowned shield, MONETA NOVA ARCHID AVS DVX BG CO HOL. Long cross, R SIT NOM EN DNS BENEDIC TVM 1499. Frey 490v. Toned VF. (165)

114


CLASSICAL

POMERANIA 1075.

Bogislaus X. 1 5 0 4 . S c h i l l i n g . B V G S L A V S DVX STETTINSIS, lion rampant left. Arms surmounted on long cross, Μ Ο Ν Ε N O V A STET IN 1504. Saurma 4852. Toned EF. (175)

MEDIEVAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1080.

A n t i o c h . T a n c r e d . 1104-1112. JE Follis. St. Peter facing, Ο / Π Ε in field. +/KEBOI/(0)HTOAV/( )COVT, in three lines. Metcalf 42. Crude VF, unusually nice for issue. (150)

1081.

T r i p o l i . B o h e m u n d V I I . 1275-1287. Gros. Three turetted castle. Cross. Metcalf 358. Toned near EF. (175)

COINAGE

ARMENIA 1076.

Levon I. 1198-1218. Tram. King seated holding orb and lis. Cross, two lions facing outward. Toned EF. (45)

FRANCE,

Carolingian.

1082.

L o u i s t h e P i o u s . 814-840. Denier. Palace mint. + H LVDOVICUS IMP, cross. PALA TIN AM Ο NETA in three lines. M&G 320. Toned EF. Very Rare. (900)

1083.

L o u i s t h e P i o u s . 814-840. Denier. Tours mint. + Η LVDOVICVS IMP, cross. TVRO NES in two lines. M&G 371. Toned superb EF. Very Rare. (800)

1084.

Louis the Pious. 814-840. + H LVDOVICVS IMP, cross. + METALLVM, cross. M&G 400. Toned good VF. Scarce.

BOHEMIA 1077.

J o h n of L u x e m b o u r g . 1310-1346. Prager G r o s c h e n . Rampant lion. Crown. Fiala Doneb 817. Toned good VF.

(100)

1078.

J o h n of L u x e m b o u r g . 1310-1346. Prager Groschen. Lion rampant left. Crown. Fiala Doneb 818. Toned Fine. (45)

CRUSADER 1079.

A n t i o c h . T a n c r e d . 1104-1112 AD. JE Follis. St. Peter standing facing. Ο S F Τ in angles of cross. Metcalf 45v. Good VF, green patina. Rare. (150)

(250)


CLASSICAL

1085.

1086.

1087.

1088.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Pepin II of Aquitaine. 839-852. Denier. Melle mint. + PIPINVS REX AQ, cross. + METVLLO, monogram. Metcalf 814, M&G 606. Toned VF. Rare. (500) C h a r l e s VI. 1380-1422. Florette. 2nd issue, Rouen mint. + K A R O L V S FRANCORV REX, Crown over three lis'. + SIT N O M E DNI BENEDICTV, cross. Ciani 524v. Nice VF. (65)

1092.

Charles VI. 1380-1422. Florette. Maรงon mint. + KAROLVS F R A N C O R V REX, Crown over three lis'. + SIT N O M E DNI BENEDICTV, cross. Ciani 524v. Toned VF, scarce. (65) Issued while under the possesion of the Duke of Burgundy.

1093.

C h a r l e s V I I I . 1483-1497. K a r o l u s / D i z a i n . Dijon mint. (Scallop) KAROLVS REX FRANCORVM, crowned K, lis either side. SIT N O M E N DRI BENEDICTVM, cross with crowns at ends and lis in angles, cf. Ciani Auction I, November 1927, #1985. Toned good VF. Rare mint. (125)

1094.

Franรงois I. 1515-1547. Grand Blanc a la couronne. Toulouse mint. FRANCISCVS FRANCORVM REX, Coat-of-arms with crowns around. SIT NOMEN DNI BENEDICTVM, cross with lis' and crowns. Ciani 1157, Dup. 835. Toned good VF. (50)

1206.

Louis XIII. 1641. AV Ecu D'Or. Toulouse mint. Crowned shield of three lis. Ornate cross. Ciani 1593. EF. (350)

C h a r l e s the B a l d . 8 4 0 - 8 7 7 . Denier. R e n n e s mint. + GRATIA D-I REX, Karolus monogram. +HREDONIS CIVITAS, Cross. M&G 1045. Superb EF. Rare this nice. (275)

Charles the Bald. 840-877. Denier. Melle mint. +CARLVS REX FR, cross. + M E T V L L O , monogram of Charlemagne. M&G1063. Good VF. (150)

Charles the Bald. 840-877. Denier. Melle mint. +CARLVS REX, cross. + M E T V L L O , m o n o g r a m of C h a r l e m a g n e . M&G1066. Good VF. (150)

F R A N C E , Kings of. 1 0 8 9 . Hugh C a p e t . 987-996. Denier. Episcopal issue for Beauvais. Monogram. Cross. Ciani 12v. Pd'A. pl. CL, 19. Crude VF. Scarce. (75)

1199.

1091.

Charles VI. 1380-1422. Florette. K A R O L V S F R A N C O R V REX, crown over three lis'. SIT N O M E DNI BENEDICTV, cross. Ciani 524. Toned VF. (50)


CLASSICAL

FRANCE,

Anglo-Gallic.

1096.

A q u i t a i n e . H e n r y I I . 1154-1189. D e n i e r . + H E N R I C V S REX, cross. +/AQVI/TANI/°E°. Elias 1. Toned VF. (125)

1097.

Aquitaine. Richard the L_i o n h e a r t e d . 1189-1199. Denier. + / R I C A / R D V S . + A Q V I T A N I E , cross. Elias 4. Toned nice VF. (75)

1098.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1102.

D u c h y of L o r r a i n e . C h a r l e s I I . 1 3 9 0 - 1 4 3 1 . D e n i e r . + K A R O L V S DVX LOThOR, arms. M O N E T A IN SIERK, sword. Boudeau 1486. Toned good VF. (50)

1103.

D u c h y of L o r r a i n e . C h a r l e s I I . 1 3 9 0 - 1 4 3 1 . Petit G r o s au C h e v a l i e r . N a n c y mint. K A R O L V S D V X L O I R O R A M , Knight standing facing in full armour. M O N E T A DE N A N C I , cross. RCR 1350. Toned VF, scarce. (300)

1104.

Lorraine, Antoine. 1508-1544. Plaque. Arms. Arm descending from clouds holding sword. Boudeau 1505. Toned VF. (125)

1106.

P r o v e n c e . A l f o n s o I I of A r a g o n . 1 1 9 6 - 1 2 0 9 . O b o l . REX A R A G O N E , crowned bust left. PO VI N C ΙΑ, long cross. Boudeau 808. Toned good VF. Scarce. (75)

1107.

T o u r s . A b b e y of St. M a r t i n . Circa 11th Century. Denier. SCS M A R T I N V S , castle. + T V R O N V S CIVI, cross. PD'A 1629. Toned VF. Scarce. (175)

Poitou. R i c h a r d the L i o n h e a r t e d . 1 1 8 9 - 1 1 9 9 . D e n i e r . + R I C A R D V S rex, cross. PIC/TAVIE/NSIS. Elias 8. Good VF.

(100)

1099.

Poitou. R i c h a r d the L i o n h e a r t e d . 1 1 8 9 - 1 1 9 9 . D e n i e r . + R I C A R D V S rex, cross. PIC/TAVIE/NSIS, annulet above. Elias 8d (Scarce). Toned good VF. (125)

1100.

A q u i t a i n e . E d w a r d the B l a c k Prince. 1362-1377. Hardi D'Argent. La Rochelle mint. ED PO G N REGIS A G L R, halflength f i g u r e of Prince standing facing with sword, under canopy. P R N CPSR A Q I T A N I E , long cross divided by lis and leopards. Elias 206a. Good VF. (150)

FRANCE 1101.

B u r g u n d y . J o h n without Fear. 1 4 1 4 - 1 4 1 9 . Blanc D'Argent. + IOhANES DVX BVRGVNDIE, arms. +SIT N O M E N cross with lis and rampant lions in angles. Boudeau 1224. Toned VF. (125)

1 17


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

GERMANY 1108. Cologne. Becker Counterfeit. Pilgrim & Conrad II. 1021-1039. +SANCTA COLONIA, Church. + C H V O N R A D V S IMP, cross divided by PI LI GR IM in angles. Hill 315. Toned EF. (200)

1109.

1110.

1113.

Ladislaus I. 1077-1095. Denar. L A D I S L A V S REX, long, cross, small crosses in angles. Rethy 31. Toned VF. (100)

1115.

A n d r e a s II. 1225-1235. Denar. T w o busts either side of tower. Dragon with tree behind, in field Jewish 'Tet'. Rethy 226. VF, a little flat striking. (75) In the 13 th century in Hungary, the minting process was farmed out. Among the mintmasters, were a series of unknown Jewish moneyers who added Jewish letters to the coins. This lasted for around forty years until pressure from the Clergy and Nobles finally saw their excluion from the minting process. These four lots represent some of the twenty types of denars available. and obols

1116.

Bela IV. 1235-1270. Denar. Lis either side of tower. Jewish "tsadi" in wreath. Rethy 241. Toned VF. (80)

1117.

Bela IV. 1235-1270. Denar. Lis either side of tower. Jewish "tsadi" in wreath. Rethy 241. Toned VF. (80)

1118.

Bela I V . 1235-1270. Denar. Crowned bust facing, legend ends in small Jewish "tsadi." Eagle. Rethy 246. Toned VF. (80)

1119.

Bela IV. 1235-1270. Denar - bracteat. Triple bust facing, BELA REX around. Rethy 280. Toned nice VF. (50)

1120.

Stefan V. 1270-1272. Denar. Sphinx right with sword and shield. Cross. Rethy 295. Toned VF. (80)

H a l b e r s t a d t . G e r o v. S c h e r m b k e . 1160-1177. Bracteat. St. Stephen lying on bier, angles above. Bonhoff 463. Lightly toned, near EF. (400)

L 端 n e b u r g . Circa 1432/1433. Kreuzgroschen. + M O N E T A N O V A LUNEBURG(*, three turrets, shield. GLORIA LAVS DEO PATRI, cross. Saurma 3449/1869. Toned VF. (150)

HUNGARY 1 1 1 1 . A n d r e a s I. 1046-1061. Denar. + REX A N D R E A S , cross. +PANONEIA, cross. Rethy 12. Toned EF. (125)

1112.

1114.

Bela I, as Duke. 1048-1060. potent. Rethy 15. Toned VF.

Denar. B E L A

DVX, cross (80)

Ladislaus I. 1077-1095. Denar. Facing bust of Ladislaus, + LADISLAVS REX around. Small cross design, incuse lettering from obverse design. Rethy 27. Good VF. Toned. (150)

118


CLASSICAL

W e n c e s l a s . 1301-1305. Denar. Horseman right with sword. Eagle standing left. Rethy 382. Toned VF, scarce. (125)

1122.

M a t h i a s Corvinus. 1458-1490. AV Ducat. Kremnitz mint. +MATHIAS D G R VNGARIE, arms. S. LADISL AVS REX, Ladislaus with axe and orb, Κ Ε to either side. Mintmaster Johannes Erneszt. Pohl Κ1-5. Nice VF, flan a little wavy. (250)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

ITALY 1 1 2 8 . Aquileia. 1150-1200. Denaro. Frisacesian type. Bishop with miter. Three towers. Bernardi 3. (Rarity 3). Nice VF, a few areas of weak strike. (75)

1129.

B e n e v e n t u m . Sico. 817-832. Denier. BENEBENT PRINCES, monogram of Sico. ARCHANGELVS MICHAEL, cross potent on three steps. Grierson 1105v. Toned VF, a few scrapes in reverse field. Scarce. (300)

1130.

B o l o g n a . R e p u b l i c . 1 191-1337. Piccolo. + E N R I C V S around IPRT. + B 0 NO NI around A. VF, scarce denomination. (85)

1131. 1126.

Wladislaus II. 1505. Denar. Kremnitz mint. .M.WLADISLAI R VNGAR 1505, arms. PATRONA VNGAR, Madonna and child. Pohl 253-3. Toned EF. (20)

Ferrara. Hercules D'Este. 1471-1505. Grossone. +HERCVLES DVS FERRARIE, bust left. +DEVS FORTITVDO MEA, St. George slaying the dragon. CNI 34. Toned EF. (750) Ex: Spink Sale 60, 499.

1127.

Wladislaus II. 1508. Denar. Kremnitz m i n t . 1210. .M.WLADISLAI R VNGAR 1508, arms. PATRONA VNGAR, Madonna and child. Pohl 253-3. Toned EF. (20) 1216.

Milan. Henrico II. 1002-1024. Denaro Scodellato. + IMPERATOR around monogram. MED/OLA/NIV. Castellotti lv. Crude VF. (30)

1123.

Wladislaus II. 1490-1516. Denar. Kremnitz mint. . M . W L A D I S L A I R V N G A R , arms. P A T R O N A V N G A R , Madonna and child. Pohl 245-1. Toned EF. (20)

Wladislaus II. 1503. Denar. Kremnitz mint. .M.WLADISLAI R VNGAR 1503, arms. PATRONA VNGAR, Madonna and child. Pohl 253-3. Toned EF. (20)

Wladislaus II. 1504. Denar. Kremnitz mint. .M.WLADISLAI R VNGAR 1504, arms. PATRONA VNGAR, Madonna and child. Pohl 253-3. Toned EF. (20)


CLASSICAL

1133.

1134.

1135.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

M i l a n . G i a n G a l e a z z o M a r i a S f o r z a , r e g e n t for L u d o v i c o M a r i a S f o r z a . 1480-1494. Grosso of 5 Soldi. I O G Z M SF V I C E C O DVX M LI SX, helmet with dragon emerging. +LVDOVICO PATRVO GUBERNANTE, bust of Saint Ambrosius facing. CNI 54 (this coin), Crippa 5. Toned EF. Rare. (300) Ex: Kunst und Münzen XXVI, 1328

1137.

Venice. Jacopo Tiepolo. 1229-1249. Grosso.Chri: enthroned, IC XC either side of head. IA TEVPE SM VENET DVX, Doge standing to the right of St. Mark, standar between. Scarfea 24. Super and as struck. (225)

1138.

Venice. Doge Lorenzo Tiepolo. 1268-1275. Alt Grosso. Christ enthroned. Doge and St. Mark standing. Scarfe 36. VF (50)

1139.

Venice. Doge Giovanni Suranzo. 1 3 1 2 - 1 3 2 7 . ARGrosso. Christ enthroned. Doge and St. Mark standing. Scarfe; 67. VF. (50)

1140.

Venice. Doge F r a n c e s c o D a n d e l o . 1 3 2 8 - 1 3 3 9 . AR Grosso. Christ enthroned. Doge and St. Mark standing. Scarfea 73. VF. (50)

Naples. Ferdinand I of Aragon. 1 4 5 8 - 1 4 9 4 . C o r o n a t o . Crowned bust right. St. Michael slaying dragon. Pannuti 17b. EF. (120)

N a p l e s & Sicily. Philip II of Spain. 1556-1598. T a r i ( Two Carlini). PHILIPP D G REX AR AVTR SIC, bust right wearing radiate crown. SICILIAE HIERVSA, crowned arms. Heiss Π, 19v. Near EF. Unusually nice for issue. (200)

V e n i c e . Doge B a r t o l o m e o G r a d e n i g o . 1339-1342. AR Grosso. Christ enthroned. Doge and St. Mark standing. Scarfeo 80. VF. (50)

122

1136.

Vatican. Clement VII. 1523-1534. Giulio. S PETRVS S PAVLVS, St. Peter and St. Paul standing facing, ROMA in exergue. CLEMEN VII PONT MAX, Pontical arms. Muntoni 52. Toned EF. Choice condition. (500)

1142.

Venice. Andrea Dandalo. 1342-1354. AV Ducat. Christ standing facing. Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Scarfea 84. Near VF. Scarce. (200)


CLASSICAL

1143.

1144.

V e n i c e . A n t o n i o Venier. 1382-1400. AV Ducat. Christ standing facing. Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Scarfea 130. Near EF. (300)

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1149.

Bruges. Philip the Fair. 1482-1506. Double Patard. + PhS DEI GRA ARChID AVST DVX BO CO B, crowned arms. OMNIS SPIRITVS LAVDET DOMINI NOSTRVM, ornate cross, lis in centre. DeMey 268v. Near VF. (45)

1150.

Flanders. Louis II de Mâle. 1346-1384. Double Gros Botdrager. LVDOVICVS DEI GRA COMES I DNS FLANDRIE, rampant lion left wearing plumed helmet. +MONETA DE FLANDRIA, cross. Boudeau 2232. Toned good VF. (175)

V e n i c e . Michael Steno. 1400-1413. AV Ducat. Christ standing facing. Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Scarfea 137. Near EF. Π00Ϊ

1145.

V e n i c e . T o m a s o M o c e n i g o . 1414-1423. AV Ducat. Christ standing facing. Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Scarfea 145. Near EF. (300)

1146.

V e n i c e . F r a n c e s c o Foscari. 1 4 2 3 - 1 4 5 7 . AV D u c a t . Christ standing facing. Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Scarfea 154. Nice VF. (240)

1147.

NUMISMATIC

w s m Β -

1151.

F l a n d e r s . L o u i s II de M â l e . 1346-1484. Gros. +MONETA FLAND, lion rampant. C.CO MES LVD OVI, long cross. Boudeau 2230. Toned VF. (50)

1152.

U t r e c h t . F r e d e r i c of B l e n k h e i m . 1394-1423. Gros. Hasselt mint. FREDERIC DEI GRA EDC TRAIECTENSIS, helmet adorned with eagle over arms. +MONETA D Ε hASSELE, eagle atop of arms. v.d. Chijs XIV, 5. VF, Rare. (300)

Venice. Agostino Barbarigo. 1486-1501. Soldino. Christ standing on pedestal. Doge kneeling before St. Mark. Scarfea 232. VF, scarce denomination. (60)

LOWLANDS 1 1 4 8 . Brabant. John II. 1294-1312. Boudeau 2356. Toned nice VF.

Esterlin.

1001.

Castle. Cross. (75)


CLASSICAL

1153.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Utrecht. David of B u r g u n d y . 1456-1496. AV Ducat. + MON NOVA AVREA TRAIECTEN, arms. SANCTVS MARTIN EPIS, St. Martin seated facing. De Mey 2173. Fine, scarce. (400)

LUXEMBOURG 1 1 5 4 . Wenceslas II. 1383-1388. Gros. +WENCEIS ROMANOR Ζ B O E M REX, eagle with spread wings. + M O N E T A N O V A L V C E N B V R G E , large crown over arms. Boudeau 1873. Near EF. (225)

POLAND 1155. For Lithuania. Sigismund A u g u s t . 1563. D e n a r . Knight riding left with sword drawn. Eagle. Gumowski 594. Superb EF. (100) Ex: Garrett II, 1420.

1158.

C a s t i l e and L e o n . H e n r y IV the I m p o t e n t . 1 4 5 4 1474. Real. Toledo mint. +ENRICVS QVRTVS DEI GRACIA, crowned bust left. +ENRICVS REX CASTELLI ELEO, arms, Τ at top. Cayon 1522. Toned good VF. Scarce and seldom offered. (300)

1159.

Ferdinand Fine.

1160.

V a l e n c i a . M a r t i n I of A r a g o n . 1 3 9 5 - 1 4 1 0 . Real. + M A R T I N O DEI G R A C I A REX ARA, crowned bust facing. -)-VALENCIA M A I O R I C A R V M SARD, crowned arms. Cayon 1915. Toned good VF. Scarce. (300)

&

Isabella.

1474-1504. Real. Seville

mint. (35)

S i g i s m u n d III. 1594. T h r e e G r o s c h e n . M a l b o r k mint. C r o w n e d bust right. Ill over Crown, G R O S A R G / T R I P REG/POLONI/94. Superb EF. (50)

SWITZERLAND 1 1 6 1 . G e n e v a . City c o i n a g e . C i r c a 1100. Denier. + SCS PETRVS, bust of St. Peter left. + GENEVA CIVITAS, cross. Boudeau 1186. Toned VF. Scarce. (125)

SPAIN 1 1 5 7 . Aragon. Sancho Ramirez. 1063-1094. Dinero. SANCHIS REX, bare head right. ARA GON either side of ornate cross. Cayon 1663. EF, Rare. (225)

MOROCCO 1 1 6 2 . M a r i n i d s of: Abu Yaya Abu Bakr. 1244-1258. AV Double Dinar. (4.64 gms.). No date or mint mark. Hazzard 690, Mitchiner 453 EF. (475)

1156.

122


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

ISLAMIC 1 1 6 3 . Seljuqs. Kaykhusraw III. 1236-1245 AD. Dirham. Konya mint. Lion to right, sunface above. Triple line legend. MWI979. VF. (30)

1167.

Urtukids of Hisn Kayfa. Qara Arslan. 1144-1174 AD. IE Dirhem. 561 AH. 1165-1166 AD. Facing male bust based on Byzantine Anonymous bust of Christ. Four line inscription, date around. BMC Oriental vol.3 -320,321. Near VF, dark brown patina. A scarcer type. (30)

1164.

U m a y y a d s . H i s h a m . 724-743 AD. Dirham. Wasit. 117 AH. 735 AD. Legends within triple border and three annulets. Legend within two circles and five annulets. Walker-567. EF, wide flan. (30)

1168.

U r t u k i d s of M a r i d i n . T i m u r t a s h . 1122-1152 AD. IE Dirhem. Diademed head right based on Seleucid Greek prototype. Four line legend. MWI-1024var. Edhem-25var. No countermark on obverse. Nice VF+, smooth greenish-brown patina. (75)

1165.

U m a y y a d s . H i s h a m . 724-743 AD. Dirham. Wasit. 124 AH. 741-742 AD. Legends within double border and five annulets. Legends in two circles and five annulets. Walker576. EF, narrow flan. (25)

1 169.

Urtukids of Maridin. Alpi. 1152-1176 AD. IE Dirhem. Two diademed draped busts of late Roman style, affronted. Byzantine emperor standing, being crowned by Virgin. MWI1024. Edhem-32. Near EF, choice glossy green-black patina. (75)

1170.

Urtukids of Maridin. Alpi. 1152-1176 AD. IE Dirhem. Two crowned busts facing slightly outward. Facing bust in dotted circle. MWI-1029. Edhem-35. Good VF, brown patina. (45)

1166.

Urtukids of Hisn Kayfa. Qara Arslan. 1144-1174 AD. IE Dirhem. 560 AH. 1164-1165 AD. Facing bust, slightly turned. Four line legend. MW1-1107. Edhem-3. Nice VF, black and brown patina, fields smoothed. (30)


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

CELTIC

1171.

ENGLAND

1175.

A r m o r i c a n . 7 5 - 5 0 BC. Billon Stater. D e g r a d e d bust right. Horse right, boar below. Seaby 13. Nice VF. (100)

1176.

Belgic M i g r a t i o n . 1st C e n t u r y B C . Potin 18mm. Class I. C r u d e head right. Bull. Seaby 83. VF/VF+. (75)

1177.

A t r e b a t e s a n d R e g n i . E p p i l l u s . 10 B C - 1 0 A D . Unit. Crescent, flowers to either side, R E X above, G A L L E below. Eagle flying right, E P P above. Van Arsdell 415-1, Seaby 96. Choice EF. (250)

1178.

A t r e b a t e s a n d R e g n i . E p a t i c c u s . 3 5 - 4 3 A D . Unit. B u s t of H e r a k l e s right in lion's skin, E P A T I before. Eagle with spread wings, holding serpent in talons. Van Arsdell 580-1, Seaby 113. Superb EF. (225)

1179.

A t r e b a t e s a n d Regni. Epaticcus. 3 5 - 4 3 A D . Unit. B u s t of H e r a k l e s right in lion's skin, E P A T I before. Eagle with spread wings, holding serpent in talons. Van Arsdell 580-1, Seaby 113. Toned EF. (225)

1180.

T r i n o v a n t e s . A n d o c o . 1 0 B C - 1 0 A D . JE Unit. B u s t right, ( A N ) D O C O before. Celtic horse right, with bridle, ( A N D ) O C O around. Van Arsdell 1871-1. Choice VF, nice green patina. Rare. (500)

Urtukids of M a r i d i n . I l g h a z i . 1 1 7 6 - 1 1 8 4 A D . JE D i r h e m . D i a d e m e d head right, eyes uplifted in Constantinian m a n n e r , within dotted border. Five line legend. M W I - 1 0 3 1 . E d h e m - 3 9 . B r o w n VF, o v e r s t r u c k on earlier type, lightly porous. (40)

itSfcleliii‫״‬,

m

‫־‬

1172.

1173.

1174.

' ; L c ^ s c S ^ :

Z a n g i d s of M o s u l . N a s i r al d i n M a h m u d . 1218-1234 A D . JE Dirhem. Facing bust being crowned by two Victories. Seven line legend. M W I - 1 1 2 8 . VF, dark brown patina. (40)

Z a n g i d s of S i n j a r . K u t b al d i n M o h a m m e d ibn Z a n g i . 1198-1219 A D . JE Dirhem. 598 A H . 1201-1202 A D . Draped and cuirassed bust right seen from back, spear over shoulder. Four line legend. M W I - 1 3 9 . E d h e m - 1 6 9 . VF/Fine, reddish-brown patina. (35)

Z a n g i d s of S i n j a r . K u t b al d i n M o h a m m e d ibn Z a n g i . 1198-1219 A D . JE Dirhem. 598 A H . 1201-1202 A D . Draped and cuirassed bust right seen f r o m back, spear over shoulder. Four line legend. M W I - 1 3 9 . Edhem-169. Fine, graybrown patina. (25)

124


CLASSICAL

1181.

1182.

T r i n o v a n t e s . C u n o b e l i n e . 10-43 A D . JE 1 4 m m . Winged Pegasus flying right, C V N O below. Victory sacrificing a bull right. Van Arsdell 2099-1, Scarce. EF with a nice green patina. (300) Shakespeare's Cymbeline is probably the best known ancient British ruler. He brought peace and economic prosperity at a time when turmoil prevailed.

1183.

1184.

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1187.

B u r g r e d . 8 5 2 - 8 7 4 . P e n n y . B u s t right. In and b e t w e e n lunettes, M O N D V D D A ETA. Seaby 938, North 423. Toned VF, flan a little irregular. (250)

1188.

B u r g r e d . 852-874. Penny. T y p e A. B V R G R E D REX, bust right. D M O N / h V G E R E / E T A in and between lunettes. Seaby 938, B M C 330v. Near VF, a little dirt in reverse devices. (200)

1189.

B u r g r e d . 852-874. Penny. T y p e C. + B V R G R E D REX, bust right. M O N / D V D D A / E T A in and between broken lunettes. Seaby 940. Toned good VF, Rare. (450)

1190.

V i k i n g s in Y o r k . C n u t . Circa 897. Penny. + E B IAI C E CI, cross with two pellets. C Î? V Τ at ends of patriarchal cross, REX around in angles. Seaby 991, North 497. Toned EF. (350) Ex: Bonhoff Collection, Peus, Part II, 1978, #3107.

1191.

A e t h e l s t a n . 9 2 4 - 9 3 9 . P e n n y . Local issue. S c h r e w s b u r y mint. + j E T H E L S T A N REX T O B, rosette of pellets in centre. + E O F E R M V N D SISEROB, rosette of pellets in centre. Seaby 1098. T o n e d VF, small central crack that one has to hunt to find. (650)

1192.

Eadred. 946-955. T w o - l i n e penny. Northeastern mint. SCBI 34 for obverse legend variety, cf. Seaby 1114v. Toned VF, rare. (425)

I c e n i . Q u e e n B o u d i c c a . C i r c a 61 A D . Unit. Celticized head right. H o r s e right, wheel above, l o n z e n g e shaped box below. Van Arsdell 790-1. Nice VF. (450) One of the last of the Celtic coins, this piece was struck during the Claudian invasions into Britiain, when Queen Boudicca of the Iceni tribe lead an uprising against the conquering Romans.

SAXON

NUMISMATIC

ENGLAND

F r i s i a n Series. 7 0 0 - 7 5 0 . Sceat. C r u d e bust right. Cross. Seaby 839. EF, nice metal. Rare. (450)

K i n g s of N o r t h u m b r i a . E a n r e d . 8 1 0 - 8 4 1 . B a s e silver Sceat. + E A N R E D REX, rosette of pellets. +EADVINI, rosette of pellets. Seaby 859. Good VF. Scarce. (200)

1185.

K i n g s of N o r t h u m b r i a . A e t h e l r e d I I . 8 5 8 - 8 6 2 . JE Sceat. Second Reign. + A E D I L R E D REX, cross. + F O R D R E D , cross. Seaby 861. Choice EF. (75)

1216.

A r c h b i s h o p s of Y o r k . W i g m u n d . 8 3 7 - 8 5 4 . JE Sceat. + W I G M V N D A R E P , cross. + C O E N R E D , cross. Seaby 871, North 196. Fine. (35)

125


CLASSICAL

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1193.

Aethelred I I . 9 7 8 - 1 0 1 6 . P e n n y . S e c o n d hand type. Aedered on London. Seaby 1146. Toned VF. (225)

1200.

C n u t . 1016-1035. Penny. Quatrefoil London. Seaby 1157, North 781. EF.

1194.

Aethelred I I . 978-1016. Penny. Long cross type. Aethelmer on O x f o r d . Seaby 1151, North 774. Toned near EF. (225)

1201.

C n u t . 1016-1035. Penny. Quatrefoil type. Hildolf on York. Seaby 1157, North 781. Nice VF, a few peck marks. (150)

1195.

Aethelred I I . 9 7 8 - 1 0 1 6 . Penny. Long cross type. Edwine on Cantebury. Seaby 1151, North 774. Toned near EF. (225)

1202.

C n u t . 1016-1035. Penny. H e l m e t type. Sumerlid on Lincoln. Seaby 1158, North 787. Choice EF. (325)

1196.

Aethelred I I . 9 7 8 - 1 0 1 6 . Penny. Long cross type. Ethelnoth on Lincoln. Seaby 1151. Toned good VF. (225)

1203.

C n u t . 1 0 1 6 - 1 0 3 5 . P e n n y . H e l m e t type. G r i m o l f on York. Seaby 1158. Toned EF. (300)

1197.

A e t h e l r e d I I . 9 7 8 - 1 0 1 6 . P e n n y . H e l m e t type. L y f i n c on London. Seaby 1152, North 775. Toned nice VF. (200)

1204.

C n u t . 1016-1035. Penny. H e l m e t type. Lifinc on Seaby 1158. Toned EF.

1198.

A e t h e l r e d I I . 9 7 8 - 1 0 1 6 . P e n n y . Last small cross type. Ozpold on Norwich. Seaby 1154. Toned near EF. (300) Ex: Doubleday Collection, ex: Duke of Argyll Collection.

1205.

C n u t . 1016-1035. Penny. H e l m e t type. W u l n o t h on York. Seaby 1158. Fine, holed in medieval times. (50)

1199.

A e t h e l r e d I I . 9 7 8 - 1 0 1 6 . P e n n y . Last small cross type. Hildo If on York. Seaby 1154, North 777. Toned good VF. (225)

1206.

C n u t . 1016-1035. Penny. Short cross type. G o d m a n on York. Seaby 1159. Toned good VF. (250)

type.

E a d w i n e on (325)

London. (300)


CLASSICAL

1207.

1208.

E d w a r d the C o n f e s s o r . 1 0 4 2 - 1 0 6 6 . P e n n y . P o i n t e d h e l m e t type. Scvle on York. Annulet in reverse field. Seaby 1179v., North 825v., B M C 332v. Toned EF. (300)

E d w a r d the C o n f e s s o r . 1 0 4 2 - 1 0 6 6 . P e n n y . S o v e r e i g n type. Brand on Wallinford. Seaby 1181, North 827. Toned EF. Rare. (500) Ex: Brand Collection, ex: Norweb Collection , 11/86, #825. One must suppose that Virgil Brand enjoyed owning a coin of his namesake from medieval times.

1209.

E d w a r d the Confessor. 1042-1066. Penny. H a m m e r cross type. Oswold on Lewes. Seaby 1182, North 828. Toned good VF. (250)

1210.

E d w a r d the Confessor. 1042-1066. H a m m e r cross penny. Aelfwine on Chichester. Seaby 1182. Toned VF. (225) Ex: Doubleday Collection.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1211.

E d w a r d the Confessor. 1042-1066. H a m m e r cross penny. Snaeborn on York. Seaby 1182. Toned VF. (225)

1212.

E d w a r d the C o n f e s s o r . 1042-1066. P e n n y . Facing bust type. Ieilfward on London. Seaby 1183. Toned EF. (375)

1213.

E d w a r d the C o n f e s s o r . 1 0 4 2 - 1 0 6 6 . P e n n y . P y r a m i d s type. Outhgrim on York. Seaby 1184, North 831. T o n e d EF. Rare moneyer. (350) This moneyer was previously recorded for Harold II at York, this shows that he was active as a moneyer late in the reign of Edward the Confessor.

ENGLAND, Norman

Kings a n d

Successors.

1214.

W i l l i a m I . 1066-1087. Penny. T w o star type. Brihtrm on (600) London. Seaby 1254, North 845. Toned EF.

1215.

W i l l i a m I . 1066-1087. P A X S p e n n y . Indolf on S u d b u r y . Seaby 1257, North 848. Missing f r o m B M listing and all SCBI's. Toned good VF. Very Rare moneyer and mint. ( 4 0 0 )

1216.

William I. 1066-1087. Penny. PAXS Southwark. Seaby 1257. Good VF.

type. O s m u n d on (300)


CI A S S I C A L

1217.

1218.

1219.

1220.

1221.

1222.

1223.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

W i l l i a m I. 1066-1087. Penny. PAXS type. Winedi on Cantebury. Seaby 1257, North 848. Toned nice VF. (250)

1224.

H e n r y I I . 1 1 5 4 - 1 1 8 9 . P e n n y . T y p e l b . Henri on L o n d o n . Choice VF. Seaby 1344. (200)

Gooddppiinnee on Lincoln. W i l l i a m I . 1066-1087. P A X S P e n n y . G Seaby 1257. Near EF, a few weak areas. (250)

1225.

H e n r y I I . 1154-1189. Penny. T y p e l b . Hugo on York. T o n e d choice VF. Seaby 1344. (200)

H e n r y I. 1100-1135. Penny. Quadilateral on cross fleury type. P I L L E M is legible on reverse - Pilheman on N o r w i c h . Seaby 1276. Crude VF. (450)

1226.

R i c h a r d I. 1189-1199. Short cross penny. T y p e 4b. Reinald on Cantebury. Seaby 1348A. Toned Fine. (75)

S t e p h e n . 1135-1154. Penny. C r o s s - m o l i n e type. Sigward on Lincoln. Seaby 1278. Crude VF, usual areas of flatness. (200)

1227.

J o h n . 1 1 9 9 - 1 2 1 6 . P e n n y . T y p e 5b. W i l l e m Seaby 1351. Toned VF.

S t e p h e n . 1135-1154. Penny. W a t e f o r d type. C r o w n e d bust right with sceptre. Reverse begins + 0 ΤΊ, Cantebury. Seaby 1278. Nice F, clear portrait. (150)

1228.

H e n r y Π Ι . 1216-1272. Short Cross Penny. Class 6b. Ricard on London. Seaby 1354. Toned nice VF. (45)

H e n r y I I . 1 1 5 4 - 1 1 8 9 . T e a l b y P e n n y . Class F. W i l l e l m on on this N e w c a s t l e . Seaby 1342. N i c e VF, nice full strike for this normally crude issue. (200)

H e n r y I I . 1154-1189. Penny. Short cross. T y p e l b , Alain V on London. Seaby 1344. Toned good VF. (225)

m

9

1230.

m 1216_1272. ρ 1356. Toned F/VF

H e n r y

c l a s s

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^

Ώ ά ο η

on

m i m

London. (100)

Seab

(35)

H e n r y I I I . 1216-1272. Penny. Class 7. Simun on Cantebury. Seaby 1356. Toned VF. (75)


CLASSICAL

1231.

E d w a r d I . 1272-1307. Penny. Class 9b. London mint. Seaby 1408. Toned nice VF. (100)

1232.

E d w a r d I . 1272-1307. Penny. Class 9b, pellet on breast, London mint. Seaby 1408. Toned nice VF. (50)

1233.

E d w a r d I . 1272-1307. Penny. Class 3c. Bristol mint. Seaby 1416. Toned good VF. (110)

1234.

E d w a r d I . 1272-1307. Penny. T y p e IIIc. Bristol mint. S1416. Toned nice VF. (75)

1235.

E d w a r d I. 1272-1307. Farthing. T y p e IIIc. London mint. Seaby 1445. F/VF, typical irregular flan. Scarce. (75)

1236.

E d w a r d I . 1272-1307. Farthing. Class n i g , no inner circle. Seaby 1446. T o n e d good VF. Exceptional condition for this normally poor issue. (225)

1237.

1238.

1239.

E d w a r d I. 1272-1307. Penny. + E D W A R A N G L DNS hYB, crowned bust facing. Long cross dividing CIVI T A S TOR T O R . 1 2 4 0 . S-, North -. VF. An interesting die cutters error of repeating the TOR for Cantebury twice. (75)

1001.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

E d w a r d I I I . 1327-1377. AV Noble. London mint. Series G. Edward with sword and shield in ship. Ornate cross. Seaby 1490. Toned good VF. (1400)

E d w a r d I I I . 1327-1377. AV Noble. Treaty period (13611369). Annulet before E D W A R D . King standing with shield of arms and sword on ship. Seaby 1503. Good VF. Nicely struck on full flan. ^^ (900)

E d w a r d Ι Π . 1327-1377. H a l f p e n n y . Third coinage - Florin issue. Seaby 1557. Toned nice VF. Scarce, especially this nice. (100)


CI A S S I C A L

1241.

1242.

1243.

1244.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

E d w a r d I I I . 1 3 2 7 - 1 3 7 7 . H a l f p e n n y . T h i r d florin c o i n a g e , London. Seaby 1557. VF, nice large flan. (75) 1245.

E d w a r d I I I . 1 3 2 7 - 1 3 7 7 . G r o a t . Pre-treaty, type G. M u l e O b v e r s e B/C, top arches not fleured. Annulet stops, pellets ir T A S . Seaby 1570 variant. North 1194/1197. Toned VF, Rare. (250) Ex: Ε J. Wilson Sale (1888). Type as in Delme Radcliffe sale.

1246.

E d w a r d I I I . 1 3 2 7 - 1 3 7 7 . P e n n y . Florin c o i n a g e . Class F, m m : crown. Seaby 1587. Nice VF. (75)

1247.

R i c h a r d I I . 1377-1399. Groat. T y p e I in style of Edward III. S e a b y 1678. W e b b W a r e # 1 5 / 6 6 . N o r t h 1 3 2 0 a . VF, adjustment marks and a scratch. (500)

1248.

R i c h a r d I I . 1377-1399. Groat. T y p e I in style of Edward III. Seaby 1678. W e b b W a r e #14/63. (Very Rare). North 1320b. Fine, with a few scrapes and bruises. (450)

1249.

R i c h a r d I I . 1377-1399. H a l f p e n n y . Intermediate issue, no marks on breast. Seaby 1699. Toned nice VF. Scarce. ( 2 5 0 )

1250.

H e n r y I V . 1 3 9 9 - 1 4 1 3 . H a l f p e n n y . L i g h t c o i n a g e . Struck from heavy dies. Seaby 1736. Toned VF. Very Rare. (650)

E d w a r d Ι Π . 1327-1377. Groat. Class E, lis on breast. Seaby 1568. Toned near VF. (65)

E d w a r d I I I . 1327-1377. Groat. Class G, m m : cross 3. Seaby 1570. Toned EF. Beautifully struck on a nice full flan. Rare this nice. (350)

E d w a r d I I I . 1327-1377. Groat. 1570. Toned VF.

Pretreaty, class G . Seaby (200)


CLASSICAL

1251.

1252.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1256.

H e n r y V I . 1422-1461. Penny. Annulet Issue. Calais mint. Seaby 1845. Toned good VF. Exceptional strike for issue. (150)

1257.

H e n r y V I . 1422-1460. Groat. R o s e t t e - m a s c l e issue. Calais mint. Seaby 1859. Good VF, nice full flan. (150)

1258.

Henry V I . 1422-1461. Halfpenny. Calais mint. mascle issue. Seaby 1871. Toned VF. Scarce.

1259.

H e n r y V I . 1422-1461. Groat. Pinecone-mascle issue. Calais mint. Seaby 1875. Toned good VF. (125)

1260.

H e n r y V I . 1422-1460. Groat. Pinecone-mascle issue. Calais mint. Seaby 1875. Toned good VF. Nice portrait. (125)

H e n r y V. 1413-1422. AV Noble. Henry on ship with sword and shield. Ornate cross. Seaby 1743. North 1371. Near EF. Attractive. (1700)

Rosette(75)

H e n r y V . 1413-1422. Groat. C l a s s C, mullet on shoulder. Seaby 1765. Choice VF on nice full flan. (225)

V . 1413-1422. H a l f p e n n y . Class C, ordinary bust, annulets by crown. Seaby 1794. Toned good VF. (100)

1254.

H e n r y V I . 1422-1461. Groat. Annulet issue, m m : Pierced cross. Calais mint. Seaby 1836. Toned near EF, nice full flan. _ (200)

1255.

H e n r y V I . 1422-1461. Groat. Calais mint. Annulet issue. Seaby 1836. VF. (70)

1206. 1199. H e n r y V I . 1 4 2 2 - 1 4 6 1 . G r o a t . L e a f - p e l l e t issue. mint. Seaby 1917. Toned good VF on large flan.

131

London (135)


CLASSICAL

1262.

1263.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

E d w a r d I V . 1461-1470. Groat. First light coinage from heavy dies, quatrefoils at neck, MM: rose. Seaby 1997. Good VF. Exceptional for issue. (300)

E d w a r d IV. 1461-1470. Groat. First reign. Rose on breast, M M : crown/sun. Seaby 2001. Toned good VF, slightly irregular flan. (125)

E d w a r d I V . 1461-1470. First coinage, light coinage, quatrefoils at neck, MM: Sun. S-2000. Toned near EF. (175)

E d w a r d IV. 1461-1470. Groat. Bristol mint. MM: Crown, Β on breast plate. Seaby 2004. Toned near VF. Scarce. (80)

1264.

E d w a r d IV. 1461-1470. Groat. First reign, MM: crown, light coinage. Seaby 2000. Toned VF. (125)

E d w a r d IV. 1461-1470. Groat. York mint. Ε on breast, MM: lis. Seaby 2014. Toned good VF. (150) 1265.

E d w a r d IV. 1461-1470. Groat. First reign, MM: crown, light coinage. Seaby 2000. Toned VF. (125)

1266.

E d w a r d IV. 1461-1470. Groat. Light coinage, quatrefoils by bust. MM :Rose. S-2000. Toned EF. Exceptional for issue. (300)

1271.

H e n r y VI. Restored. 1470-1471. Groat. London mint, MM: Restoration cross. Seaby 2082. VF, scarce. (300)

1001. E d w a r d IV. 1461-1470. Groat. London mint, quatrefoils at

1272.

H e n r y VI. Restored. 1470-1471. Groat. York mint, Ε on breast, MM: lis. Seaby 2084. Toned nice VF. Rare this nice. (450)

neck. Seaby 2000. Toned VF.

(125)


CLASSICAL

1273.

E d w a r d I V . 1471-1483. Groat. Second Reign. Bristol mint. M M : sun, Β on breast plate. Seaby 2101. Toned VF. Rare. (200)

1274.

R i c h a r d I I I . 1483-1485. Groat. Pellet below breast, M M : halved sun and rose. Seaby 2160. Toned nice VF. (750)

1275.

R i c h a r d I I I . 1 4 8 3 - 1 4 8 5 . Groat. C r o w n e d bust facing, dot below bust, MM: halved sun/rose. Seaby 2160. Toned VF. - « ‫^ — י‬ (750)

1276.

H e n r y V I I . 1485-1509. AV Angel. T y p e V, large crook after name. M M : Pheon. h E N R I C DI G R A REX A N G L Ζ FRA, St. Michael slaying the dragon. PER C R V C E T V A S A L V A NOS X P E R E D , S h i p with mast supporting c o a t - o f - a r m s . Seaby 2187. T o n e d near EF. Nice well struck example on a large problem free flan. (1000) Translation of the reverse inscription: By Thy cross, save us, Ο Christ, our Redeemer.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1277.

H e n r y V I I . 1485-1509. Groat. T y p e ΠΙΒ, M M : Seaby 2198A. Toned VF.

1278.

H e n r y V I I . 1485-1509. Groat. C r o w n e d bust facing, type IIIc, M M : Pansy. Seaby 2199. Good VF. N i c e full flan for issue. (225)

1279.

H e n r y V I I . 1485-1509. Groat. T y p e IIIc, M M : Pansy. Seaby 2199. Toned near VF, flan a little clipped. (75)

1280.

H e n r y V I I . 1 4 8 5 - 1 5 0 9 . Groat. T y p e IVb. crosslet. Seaby 2201. Toned near EF.

1281.

H e n r y V I I . 1485-1509. H a l f g r o a t . C a n t e b u r y mint. M M : Tun. Seaby 2211. Toned VF. (100)

1282.

H e n r y V I I . 1485-1509. Sovereign Penny. York mint. Issued under Archbishop Rotherham. Seaby 2237. Toned VF. (65)

MM:

Escallop. (125)

Cross(275)


CLASSICAL

1283.

1284.

1285.

1286.

1287.

1288.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

H e n r y V I I . 1 4 8 5 - 1 5 0 9 . Groat. Renaissance portrait, triple banded crown, MM: pheon. Seaby 2258. Toned near VF. (200)

1289.

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Groat. Second coinage, Crowned youthful portrait, M M : arrow. Seaby 2337D. Darkly toned near EF. (150)

H e n r y V I I . 1485-1509. Groat. In the Renaissance style, M M : cross-crosslet. Seaby 2258. VF, a little over cleaned. (150)

1290.

H e n r y V I I I . 1507-1547. Groat. Pheon. S-2337D. Toned good VF.

H e n r y V I I . 1485-1509. Halfgroat. York mint. Issued under authority of Archbishop Bainbridge. Seaby 2262. Toned near VF. (75)

1291.

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Groat. 2nd Coinage. M M : Pheon. Seaby 2337D. Near VF. (85)

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Groat. Portrait of Henry VII, M M : castle. Seaby 2316. F/VF, small edge break at 4 o'clock. (150)

1292.

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Groat. Second coinage, MM: Lis. Seaby 2337E (Lombardic letters, hair above collar), VF, die a (150) little rusty, Scarce.

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Groat. Second coinage. Crowned youthful bust right, MM: rose. Seaby 2337C. Toned VF. (90)

1293.

Henry VIII. 1509-1547. Halfgroat. Cantebury for Archbishop Warham. M M : cross patonce. Seaby 2343. Toned EF. A spectacular example of this type. (225)

1294.

Henry VIII. 1509-1547. Halfgroat. Cantebury for Archbishop Warham. MM: cross patonce. Seaby 2343. Toned EF. A spectacular example of this type. (225)

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Groat. Second issue 1526-1544. MM:lis. Crowned bust right. Shield on cross. Seaby-2337D. Darkly toned Fine, scratches on face. (60)

Second

coinage, M M : (200)


CLASSICAL

1295.

1296.

1297.

1166.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Henry VIII. 1509-1547. Halfgroat. Cantebury for A r c h b i s h o p W a r h a m . M M : cross patonce. Seaby 2343. Near EF. (225)

1299.

H e n r y V I I I . 1544-47. Groat. Third coinage, second bust. T o w e r issue. Crowned bust three-quarter face to right. Seaby 2369. Choice VF, nice metal quality. (400)

1300.

E d w a r d VI. 1649. Shilling. Base silver issue. Second period, MM: arrow. Seaby 2465. Toned good VF. Rare this nice. (300)

1301.

E d w a r d VI. 1549. Base Shilling. Crowned bust right. Arms, legend ends M D L I X . Seaby 2465. Toned near VF, exceptional for this normally base issue. (200)

1302.

E d w a r d V I . 1551-1553. Shilling. Fine silver issue. M M : Tun. Seaby 2482. Toned near EF. Nice style portrait. (500)

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Halfgroat. Cantebury mint. Second coinage, M M : Catherine's wheel, for A r c h b i s h o p C r a n m e r . Seaby 2345. Near VF. (75)

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Halfgroat. Cantebury mint. Second coinage, M M : Catherine's wheel. Issued under authority of Archbishop Lee. Seaby 2348v. F/VF. (85)

H e n r y V I I I . 1509-1547. Testoon. Tower mint, M M : pellet in annulet. hENRIC 8 D G A G L FRA Ζ HIB REX, crowned bust facing. Crown over rose. Seaby 2365. Near VF, eyes, nose and mouth visible. Rare. (1000)


CLASSICAL

1303.

1304.

1305.

1306.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1307.

E d w a r d V I . 1 5 4 7 - 1 5 5 3 . Shilling. Fine silver issue. M M : T u n . S e a b y 2 4 8 2 . T o n e d n i c e VF, nice style of portrait execution. (250)

1308.

E d w a r d V I . 1 5 4 7 - 1 5 5 3 . Shilling. Fine silver issue. M M : Tun. Seaby 2482. T o n e d VF. (175)

1309.

E d w a r d V I . 1 5 4 7 - 1 5 5 3 . Shilling. Fine silver issue, M M : tun. Seaby 2482. Toned VF. (150)

1310.

Mary. 1553-1554. Groat. Crowned pomegranate. Seaby 2492. Toned VF.

E d w a r d V I . 1550. B a s e Shilling. Southwark. C r o w n e d bust right. Arms, legend ends M D . Seaby 2466B. Fair/F. (125)

E d w a r d V I . 1549. Shilling. B a s e silver issue. Tall narrow bust. T o w e r mint. Reverse legend ends M D X L I X . Seaby 2466. Fair. (75)

E d w a r d V I . 1547-1553. Shilling. Fine silver issue, M M : Tun. Seaby 2482. Toned near EF. (400)

1001.

E d w a r d V I . 1547-1553. Shilling. Fine silver issue, M M : (300) tun. Seaby 2482. Toned nice VF.

1311.

bust

left,

MM:

(200)

M a r y . 1 5 5 3 - 1 5 5 4 . Groat. C r o w n e d bust left. Seaby 2492. (65) Fine.


CLASSICAL

1312.

1313.

1314.

1315.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1316.

Elizabeth I . 1558-1603. Shilling. Second issue, no rose or date, M M : c r o s s - c r o s s l e t . Seaby 2555. T o n e d E F , a few adjustment marks in lower obverse field. (350)

1317.

Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. Shilling. Second issue, large bust, M M : martlet. Seaby 2555B. Good VF, fields a little rough. (250) E x : Worcester Hoard.

1318.

Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. Shilling. Second issue, large bust, MM: martlet. Seaby 2555B. Toned near VF, nice portrait. (125)

1319.

Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. Penny. Second issue, large bust, MM: martlet. Seaby 2558. Good VF. Scarce this nice. ( 1 0 0 )

P h i l i p & M a r y . 1 5 5 4 - 1 5 5 8 . Shilling. Bust f a c i n g , full titles, no date. Seaby 2498. Fair, clear portrait outlines. (125)

Philip & M a r y . 1 5 5 4 . S i x p e n c e . B u s t s f a c i n g , c r o w n between, full titles. Seaby 2505. Toned near VF, scarce. (300)

Philip & M a r y . 1554-1558. Groat. C r o w n e d bust of Mary left. Shield over long cross. S-2508. Fine. Scarce. (65)

Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. AV Half Pound. (Cross-crosslet) E L I Z A B E T H D G ANG FR ET HI REGINA, crowned bust left. S C V T V M FIDEI P R O T E G E T EAM, crowned arms, Ε R either 1320. side. Seaby 2520. Problem free VF. (1500) Reverse legend translates to: The shield of faith shall protect her. 1001.

Elizabeth I. 1563. Sixpence. Third coinage, with rose and date, M M : pheon. Seaby 2562A. Good VF. (125) Ex: Worcester hoard.


CLASSICAL

1321.

1322.

1323.

1324.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1327.

Elizabeth I . 1574. T h r e e p e n c e . Third coinage with rose and date, M M : eglantine. Seaby 2565B. VF. (100)

1328.

Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. Penny. Third coinage, without r o s e or date, M M : Lion/Portcullis. Seaby 2570. T o n e d V F . Very Rare. (150) Ex: Morrison Collection with original ticket of purchase from Spinks 8.5.1901 for 5/-.

1329.

Elizabeth I . 1558-1603. Penny. T h i r d coinage, no r o s e or date, M M : Crown/Portcullis. Seaby 2570. VF. (90)

1330.

Elizabeth I . 1558-1603. Penny. Third issue, without rose or date, M M : cross-crosslet. Seaby 2570. Toned VF. Scarce. (75)

1331.

Elizabeth I . 1578. Sixpence. Fourth coinage, with rose and (65) date, M M : Greek cross. Seaby 2572. VF, porous.

1332.

E l i z a b e t h I . 1 5 5 8 - 1 6 0 3 . Shilling. Fifth Issue, M M : tun. Crowned bust left. Shield. Seaby-2577. Darkly toned VF, a few old scratches. (100)

E l i z a b e t h I . 1566. S i x p e n c e . T h i r d coinage, with rose and date, M M : portcullis. Seaby 2562A. Toned VF. (75)

E l i z a b e t h I . 1569. S i x p e n c e . T h i r d issue, r o s e and date, M M : c r o w n . S e a b y 2 5 6 2 B . T o n e d VF, small flan crack at eleven. (100)

E l i z a b e t h I . 1573. S i x p e n c e . T h i r d issue, r o s e and date, M M : acorn. Seaby 2562C.T0ned VF. (125)

Elizabeth I . 1575. S i x p e n c e . T h i r d coinage, rose and date, M M : eglantine. Seaby 2562C. Toned nice VF. (150)

1325.

Elizabeth I. 1568/7. Threepence. Third issue, with rose and date, M M : Crown. Seaby 2565B. Toned EF. Spectacular coin. (250)

1326.

Elizabeth I. 1566. Threepence. Third coinage, with rose and date, M M : lion. Seaby 2565B. Toned nice VF. (100)

1001.


CLASSICAL

1333.

1334.

1335.

1336.

E l i z a b e t h I. 1558-1603. Shilling. Fifth issue, M M : woolpack. Seaby 2577. Toned VF, two small pecks in reverse field. (100)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1337.

Elizabeth I. 1601. C r o w n . Sixth coinage, M M : 1. ELIZABETH D G ANG FRA ET HIBER REGINA, crowned bust left with sceptre. POSVI D E V M A D I V T O R E M M E V M , arms surmounted over long cross. Seaby 2583. Nice bold EF. (2000) Ex: Whitton (10/5143), Glendinings, 114. Ex: Mallinson (12/6/84), Spinks, #94.

1338.

Elizabeth I . 1601. H a l f p e n n y . Portcullis, 1 above. C r o s s Rare. and pellets. Seaby 2588. Toned nice VF. Rare. (175) Ex: Knobloch Collection.

1339.

Elizabeth I. 1561. Milled sixpence. Small bust, large rose, M M : Star. Seaby 2593. Near VF. (65)

1340.

Elizabeth I. 1562. Milled sixpence. Tall narrow bust, large rose, M M : star. Seaby 2595. Near EF, flan crack at six o'clock. Rare. (300)

1341.

Elizabeth I. 1562. Milled sixpence. Tall narrow bust, large rose, M M : star. Seaby 2595. Toned VF, small dig in obverse field, small scratch in reverse field. Rare. (175)

Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. Halfgroat. Fifth coinage, two pellets behind bust, no date, M M : hand. Seaby 2579. Toned VF. (75)

Elizabeth I . 1601. C r o w n . C r o w n e d bust left with sceptre. Seaby 2582. Toned VF. (1300)

Elizabeth I. 1601. Crown. Sixth coinage. Crowned bust left with sceptre. Seaby 2582. Nice F/VF with clear facial details. (750)

1001.


CLASSICAL

1342.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

Elizabeth I . 1562. Milled sixpence. Large broad bust, small rose, M M : star. Seaby 2596. Toned good Fine. (60)

1347.

)^m

1343.

E l i z a b e t h I . 1568. M i l l e d s i x p e n c e . S m a l l behind, M M : Lis. Seaby 2599. Fine, scarce.

1344.

Elizabeth I. 1562. Milled threepence. Broad bust with very small rose, M M : star. Seaby 2604. Toned VF, flan wavy. Rare. (150)

1345.

Elizabeth I. 1558-1603. Milled Half Groat. Bust left. Arms. Seaby 2606. Fine, a few creases. Very Rare. (45)

1346.

E l i z a b e t h I . 1601. P e n n y P a t t e r n . T H E P L E D G E O F , crowned bust three quarter face to left. A P E N N Y 1601, crowned m o n o g r a m . Peck 3, B r o o k e plate 57-6. T o n e d near VF. Very Rare. (500) Ex: Knobloch Collection.

bust,

E l i z a b e t h I . 1585. AR 3 0 m m c o u n t e r . A s s i s t a n c e to the United Provinces. M A C T E ANIMI ROSA N E C T A R E IM Î’ VTA (Take courage, the rose is imbued with nectar), Elizabeth seated right presenting roses to two deputies f r o m United Provinces. S P R E T A A M B R O S I A V E S C I T O R F E N O 1585 (Despising ambrosia h e feeds upon hay), two Spaniards eating hay out of a manger with a horse and an ass. Hawkins 86. Nice VF. ( 2 5 0 ) Elizabeth assisted the United Provinces successfully and the Rose of England is comparedto the immortalizing nectar of the Gods. The Spaniards and those who adhered to them, refusing the "ambrosia" of England, and becoming shut up in Antwerp and Nimeguen, were reduced to absolute want and glad to obtain even food fit for cattle and asses.

rose (65)

1348.

140

James I. 1603-1625. AV Half Laurel. Third coinage, fourth head, M M : trefoil. Seaby 2641A. Toned EF. (1000)


CLASSICAL

1349.

1350.

1351.

1001.

1352.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1353.

James I. 1 6 0 3 - 1 6 2 5 . Shilling. S e c o n d c o i n a g e , 4th bust, MM: Escallop. Seaby 2655. Toned VF, nice portrait. (125)

1354.

James I . 1603-1625. Shilling. Fifth bust, M M : tun. North 2101, Seaby 2656. Toned VF. (175)

1355.

James I. 1603-1625. Shilling. S e c o n d coinage, f i f t h bust, MM: key. Seaby 2656. Toned VF. (175)

1356.

C h a r l e s I. 1643. AV D e c l a r a t i o n U n i t e . O x f o r d m i n t . (Plume) C A R O L V S D G M A G BR FR ET HIBER REX, crowned bust left with sword, XX behind. E X E R G A T DEVS DISSIPENIVR INIMICI around RELIG PROT/ LEG ANG/ LIBER PAR/1643, three plumes above. Seaby 2734. Choice EF. (4000) The reverse legend translates to: Let God arise, let His enemies be scattered. The central declaration reads: The religion of the protestants/the laws of England/the liberty of Parliament. A spectacular coin in tremendous condition.

J a m e s I . 1 6 0 8 - 1 6 2 5 . AV Q u a r t e r Laurel. T h i r d c o i n a g e . Laureate bust left. Arms, no inner circle. M M : Trefoil. Seaby 2642B. Good VF, scarce. (500)

J a m e s I. 1 6 0 3 - 1 6 2 5 . S h i l l i n g . First c o i n a g e , first bust, square cut beard, M M : Thistle. Seaby 2645. Toned good VF. Very Rare in this condition. (500)

James I. 1603. Sixpence. First coinage, first bust, square cut beard, M M : Thistle. Seaby 2647. V F with several adjustment marks on obverse. Scarce and seldom offered. (275)

J a m e s I. 1603-1625. Shilling. Second coinage, third bust, square cut beard pointing away from the body, MM: rose. Seaby 2654. VF. (200)


CLASSICAL

1357.

1358.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

C h a r l e s I . 1625-1649. Shilling. T o w e r mint, g r o u p E, bust 2, M M : crown. SCBI Brooker 499 for type. Toned good VF. (125)

1361.

C h a r l e s I. 1625-1649. C r o w n . T o w e r mint under Parliament, tall spirited horse, M M : sun. Seaby 2839. T o n e d good VF on a nice large flan. (900)

1362.

Charles I. 1625-1649. Shilling. Tower mint, Type Briot coarse work, M M : eye. Seaby 2843. Crude near VF.

_

C h a r l e s I . 1 6 2 5 - 1 6 4 9 . Shilling. T o w e r issue, B u s t 4.4 older Briot's style, m m : Δ. Seaby 2793. Toned good VF. (200)

1359.

C h a r l e s I . 1 6 2 5 - 1 6 4 9 . Shilling. T o w e r m i n t . 1 6 3 9 - 1 6 4 0 . MM:triangle. Crowned bust left. Shield on cross fleury. Seaby2793. Toned near VF. (150)

1360.

C h a r l e s I. 1 6 2 5 - 1 6 4 9 . H a l f g r o a t . T o w e r mint, bust 3 a l , MM: Anchor. Seaby 2816. Toned good VF. (100)

4.4,

(100)

1363.

C h a r l e s I. 1625-1649. Penny. T o w e r mint. Bust 3a2, M M : Pellets. Seaby 2851. T o n e d good VF. Scarce. (115)

1364.

Charles I. 1625-1649. Groat. Aberystwyth mint. M M : Book. Seaby 2892, North 2339 (Rare). Toned VF. (125)

1365.

C h a r l e s I . 1643. Half crown. Oxford mint. Declaration Issue. Seaby 2954. Near VF, toned. (300)

142


CLASSICAL

1366.

C h a r l e s I . 1625-1649. Halfcrown. Truro/Exeter mint. Round shield with eight even scrolls, M M : rose. Seaby 3063. Near VF, find patina. (250)

1367.

C h a r l e s I . 1625-1649. Rose Farthing. (Mullet) C A R O L V S DG M A G BRI, crown. FRAN ET HIB REX, crowned rose. Seaby 3204, Peck 314. EF. (100)

1368.

1369.

1210.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1371.

Commonwealth. NiceF/VF.

1653. Shilling. M M :

Sun. Seaby 3217. (150)

1372.

Commonwealth. Toned Fine.

1651. Shilling. M M : sun. Seaby 3217. (125)

1373.

Commonwealth. Fine, crease.

1651.Sixpence. M M : Sun. Seaby 3219. (75)

1374.

Commonwealth. Toned superb EF.

1375.

Commonwealth.

1376.

Commonwealth. Toned choice VF.

C h a r l e s I . 1625-1649. Rose Farthing. (Crescent) C A R O L V S DG MAG BRI, crown. FRAN ET HIB REX, crowned rose. Seaby 3204, Peck 340. F/VF. (20)

C h a r l e s I. 1625-1649. Royal Farthing. R i c h m o n d R o u n d type. C A R O (Reรงut over IACO) D G M A G BRIT, MM: dagger. Peck - (120 for type with BRIT added). F/VF. (75)

1216. N e w a r k B e s e i g e d . 1645. Shilling. C r o w n , C R to either side over XII. OBS: N E W A R K 1645 in three lines. Seaby 3142. Toned nice VF on a large flan. (600)

1649-1660.

Halfgroat.

Seaby

3221. (250)

1649-1660. Penny. Seaby 3222. VF. (65)

1649-1660.

Halfpenny. Seaby

3223. (125)


CLASSICAL

1377.

1378.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1382.

William & Mary. unlisted overdate. VF.

1693/2.

C r o m w e l l . Circa 1650. AR Medal by Simon. The Battle of Dunbar. WORD AT DVNBAR, THE LORD OF HOSTS, SEPTEM 1650, bust left of Cromwell, troops behind, signed Τ Simon on truncation. Parliament assembled. Hawkins 13. VF. (300) Beautifully executed by Simon, with a suspension ring, this medal was presented as a military reward for those present at the battle of Dunbar.

1383.

Anne. 1707. AR 25mm Medal. Union of England & Scotland. ANNA D G MAG BR FR ET HIB REG, crowned bust left. Μ ΑΠ I MDCCVII, British shield within the Garter, lion and unicorn to either side. Hawkins 107. Choice EF. (100)

C h a r l e s II. 1 6 6 0 - 1 6 8 5 . H a m m e r e d threepence. 3rd hammered coinage. Crowned bust left, III behind. Seaby 3325. Toned near EF. Scarce this nice. (150)

1384.

George H . 1757. Six Pence. Seaby 3711. Toned VF.

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1379.

Twopence.

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Charles II. 16 . Shilling. Laureate bust right. Numerals of second portion of date erased before striking, cf. Seaby 3375. Toned good VF. (100) Interesting die error. There appears to be a 73 that has been erased under high magnification. For the specialist in die work.

1380.

Charles II. 1679. Twopence. Laureate bust right. Crowned inverted C's. Seaby 3388. AU. (45)

1381.

William & M a r y . 1689. Threepence. Seaby 3441. Toned (50) good VF.

1385.

G e o r g e III. 1797. C a r t w h e e l Chocolate brown AU/UNC.

1386.

George III. 1799. Halfpenny. Soho mint. Seaby 3778. Peck 1248. AU/UNC, 85% red. (100)

144

Twopence.

Seaby

3776. (275)


CLASSICAL

1387.

1388.

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George ΠΙ. 1799. Halfpenny. Soho mint. Seaby 3778. Peck 1268. Dies KH26. AU. (50) Ex: Norweb collection with original envelope, graded as Une. 1393.

James VI. 1582. Thirty Shilling. Half-length figure of James left with sword. Seaby 5487. Toned VF, a little double struck. (650)

1394.

James VI. 1591. Balance half merk. Balance scale and sword. Seaby 5491. Toned VF, edge crack. Rare. (450)

George III. 1799. Farthing. Soho mint. Seaby 3779. Toned EF. (35)

SCOTLAND 1389. William the Lion. 1165-1214. Penny. Phase B. Crowned bust left with sceptre. Seaby 5029. Toned VF. (250)

1390.

Alexander II. 1214-1249. Penny. Short cross, phase C, in the name of William I. + WILLEMBVS REX, bearded bust right in style of Alexander II, :. before. PERIS ADAM ON RO, voided cross, stars in field. Seaby 5034. Nice VF. Very Rare. (650)

IRELAND 1395. John. 1207-1211. Penny. Crowned bust holding sceptre in triangle. Sun, moon and three stars in triangle, Roberd on Dublin. Seaby 6228. Toned VF. (100)

1396.

1391.

J a m e s V. 1513-1526. Billon Plaque. Shield in tressure, crowns at sides. Crowns and saltires in angles of cross, mullet in centre. S-5381. Fine. (40)

1392.

M a r y . 1542-1567. Half Bawbee. Edinburgh mint. + MARIA DEI GRA R S C O T O R V M , crowned thistle dividing M R. +OPPIDVM EDINBVRGI, voided saltire cross, crown. Seaby 5436. Near EF. Rare. (250)

145

Edward I. 1272-1307. Penny. Waterford mint. Seaby 6254. Toned nice VF. (85)

Henry VII. Circa 1485-1487. "Three crowns" Groat. REX ANGLIE FRANCIE, long cross surmounting arms. DOMINVS hYBERNIE, long cross and three crowns. Seaby 6414. Near VF, scarce. (250)


CI A S S I C A L

1398.

1399.

1400.

NUMISMATIC

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Henry VIII. 1509-1547. Groat. Harp coinage, M M : crown. Harp dividing crowned H A for Anne Boleyn (1534-5). Seaby 6472. Toned VF. (150) Henry and his wives. This and the following two lots give us coinage for three of his wives.

1403.

J a m e s II. March 1690. Gun money shilling. Seaby - 65810. VF. (45)

1404.

J a m e s II. June 1690. Small gun money shilling. Seaby 6582g. VF. (45)

Henry VIII. 1509-1547. Groat. Harp coinage, MM: crown. Harp dividing crowned H I for Jane Seymore (1536-37). Seaby 6473. Toned VF. (150)

Henry VIII. 1509-1547. Groat. Harp coinage, MM: crown. Harp dividing crowned Η Κ for Katherine Howard (1540). Seaby 6474. Toned good VF, scarce. (150)

UNITED STATES COLONIAL 1 4 0 5 . William Wood. Halfpenny. 1723. GEORGIVS DEI GR ATT A REX, laureate bust right. HIBERNIA 1723, Hibemia seated left on harp with branch. Seaby 6601. VF, light porosity. (50) William Wood's Hibernia coinage was unpopular in Ireland , so many of them were sent to the American colonies.

MISCELLANEOUS

1401.

E d w a r d VI. 1547-1553. Sixpence. Bust of Henry VIB of late T o w e r ' style. Long cross over arms. Seaby 6488. VF, nicer strike than usual on this crude coin. (225) Edward used these sixpences (same size as English Groat) during his currency reforms in England. They were of slightly better quality silver than their British counterparts but circulated at a higher value. The die workmanship is good enough to be of English origin.

1402.

E l i z a b e t h I. 1558-1602. /E Penny. 1602. Shield Ε R. Crowned harp 1602. Seaby6511‫־‬A. Nice brown Fine. Scarce.

(60)

1406.

A N N A M , T u Duc. 1848-1883 AD. Five Tien. Dragon around central square hole. Eight Chinese characters. KM-349. VF. (250)


CLASSICAL

1407.

1408.

1409.

1001.

1410.

NUMISMATIC

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B u r m a . CS 1214. 1852 AD. Rupee. Peacock displayed. Legend in wreath. KM-7. Iridescently toned Une, slight rub on high spots. (30) 1411.

H e p h t h a l i t e s . Circa 475-560 AD. Billon Drachm. (3.84 gms.). Sasanian style bust right with bull's head headdress. Two attendants by fire altar, solar symbols above. MAC-1507. Choice EF, exceptional condition for this issue. (50)

1412.

Ancient India. Kalinga Tribe. Lirca 00-260‫ כ‬BC. HalfKarshapana. (1.56 gms.). Uniface with four punch marks; elephant, tree, and two of four cattle surrounding annulet. The last not listed in MAC, but cf. 4151. VF. (25)

1413.

M e d i e v a l India. Western G a n g a s . A n o n y m o u s . Circa 1080-1138 AD. AV Pagoda. (3.88 gms.). Caparisoned elephant right. Floral ornament. MNC-702. Choice EF. (250)

1414.

M u g h a l India. M u h a m m a d Shah. 1719-1748 AD. 113 AH. Kanbayat mint. Legends both sides. KM-436.34. EF. (35)

1

M u g h a l s of I n d i a . J a l a l al din A k b a r . 156-1605‫ כ‬AD. Rupee. 986 AH. 1578-1579 AD. Ahmadabad mint. Legends in dotted squares both sides, cf. MWI-3040. KM-80.2. AU. (40)

E n g l i s h M e r c h a n t Half Penny. WARWICKSHIRE, Coventry. 1792. Halfpenny. PRO BONO PVBLICO, Lady Godiva riding nude left. COVENTRY HALFPENNY, Elephant left with castle turret behind. Edge: PAYABLE AT THE WAREHOUSE O F ROBERT REYNOLDS. D&H 231. Red and brown AU/UNC. (100)

E N G L I S H M E D A L . National Medal by James Mudie. Circa 1820. JE 4 0 m m . S E T T L E M E N T OF T H E BRITISH AT B O M B A Y , 1662. Zeus reclining left, arm on globe with British Oag. T H E FRENCH R E P U L S E D BY T H E B.I. COMPANY, XV FEBRUARY MDCCCIV, Neptune with trident, holding Victor. Forrer.page 186, 2. Choice Proof. (75)

G E R M A N Y , Saxony. 1921. Set of Porcelain. 20, 10, 5, 2, 1 Mark; 50, 20 Pfennig. N59-N53. Seven pieces. UNC. (150) Ex: Garrett Collection II, 1788


CLASSICAL

1416.

150

1417.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

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I n d i a . A w a d h . G h a z i - u d - d i n H a i d a r . 1819-1827 AD. Half Rupee. 1236 AH Year 2. Legend in four lines. Coat of arms. KM-38. Unlisted date. Darkly toned EF. (30)

R E N A I S S A N C E M E D A L . Attributed to by style: Niccolo F i o r e n t i n o . B e f o r e 1500. JE 7 7 m m . G i o v a n n a Albizzi T o r n a b u o n i , w i f e of L o r e n z o . V X O R LAVRENTII DETORNABONIS IOANNA ALBIZA, bust right, hair in curls covering cheek; wears low cut bodice and necklace with quatrefoil jewel and large pendant. CAS TITAS PVLCHRIT VDO A MOR, Three Graces, nude; the middle one, seen from behind, embraces the others, who hold ears of com on left and a branch on right. Hill 1021. Choice VF, with a dark green patina. SOLD AS IS-NO RETURNS. (500) This appears to be an early piece. The lettering is quite sharp and the size is full measure.

1418.

Malaysia. P e g u . 16th-17th C e n t u r y AD. Lead Unit. Uniface. Bird(peacock?) in dotted circle, cf. M N C page 357. VF, some verdigris. (25)

1419.

P o l a n d . Danzig. J o h a n n III Sobieski. 1676-1696 AD. AR Marriage Medal. 4 2 mm. (21.68 gms.). Cupid riding lion right. Wedding couple being crowned by Cupids. J. Hohn, sculptor. EF. (200) Ex. Garrett Collection. Bank Leu/NFA part 11-1339. (realized 400 sw. fr.).

1420.

S e f a v i d s of Persia. Shah T a h m a s p II. 1722-1732 AD. Abbasi. 1137 AH. 1724 AD. Tabriz mint. Persian legends both side. Date and mint. MWI-2101. EF. (20)

1421.

S w i t z e r l a n d . AR Shooting Festival medal. 45 mm. (38.83 gms.). G e n e v a . 1887. Arms of Geneva. 16th century soldier in front of cannon overlooking town. Richard, sculptor. Krause 109. 3903 minted. Toned Proof EF. (200)


CLASSICAL

1422.

S w i t z e r l a n d . AR Shooting Festival medal. 44 mm. (38.58 gms.). G l a r u s . 1892. Arms of Glarus. Helvetia standing on ridge overlooking town. Struck by Huguenin Bros. Krause 134. Toned Proof EF. (175)

1423.

S w i t z e r l a n d . AR Shooting Festival medal. 45 mm. (38.57 gms.). T h u r g a u . 1890. Arms of Thurgau. Woman under protection of Helvetia. Huges Bovy, sculptor. Krause 228. 5760 minted. Dark toned Proof EF. (200)

1424.

P A R T H I A , Struck c o u n t e r f e i t of: P h r a a t a c e s and M u s a . 2 BC - 4 AD. Drachm. (7.66 gms.). cf. Sell-58.9. Toned VF. (35)

1426.

1425.

C a v i n o F a n t a s y c o p y of a V i t e l l i u s Sestertius. (18.75 gms.). Laureate draped bust right. Honos and Virtus standing facing each other. Klawans, Vitellius-1. VF. Later cast. (100)

1001.

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

T w o M o d e r n M e d a l s C o m m e m o r a t i n g the Artist E u a i n e t o s . (2). These two medals honor the decadrachm design for Syracuse by the ancient artist Euainetos. The large 75mm bronze medal was designed by Toivo Johnson and sculpted by Robert Stephan Schabel. Struck at The Metal Arts Company in Rochester, New York in 1963 and housed in a custom-made plastic holder. The imitation of the Euainetosdesigned decadrachm is struck in silver of an unknown fineness. Both medals are very attractive and the set comes with an explanatory brochure. Condition is excellent and as struck. An interesting item for the exonumia-influenced classical numismatist. (200)


CLASSICAL

1427.

1429.

1430.

1431.

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

R o m a n I n t a g l i o G e m s t o n e . Carnelian 12x9 mm. Tyche standing facing right, holding cornucopiae and rudder. To be set in a ring to bring good fortune to the bearer. (125)

LARGE 1428.

NUMISMATIC

1437.

Lot of Six Italian Bronzes. (6). 3rd-2nd Century B C . Thurium. SNG Cop-1509 (2); Neapolis. SNG ANS-494; Suessa Aurunca. SNG ANS-609; Rubi. SNG ANS-731; Orra. SNG ANS 820. Average Fine, heavy cuts on one. (65)

1438.

Lot of Seven Greek B r o n z e s f r o m Sicily and North A f r i c a . (7). 3rd Century BC. The Mamertini. SNG ANS-432; Syracuse. SNG Cop-757, 813, 837 and Calciati-195 Ds9; Punic. Tanit head left. Horse head right (2). All grade VF, but two with heavy porosity and two with light porosity. (100)

1439.

Lot of Eight Egyptian Coins. (8). Ptolemy XII, 80-51 BC, Tetradrachm, Bust/Eagle, cf. S-7945, Fine; Alexandria. JE Drachmae of Domitian and Trajan, IE Diobol of Claudius with a hippo on reverse, JE Obol of Vespasian with hawk on reverse, Tetradrachmae of Commodus, Philip I and Diocletian. Average condition Fair to Fine,· all with porosity but still well worth our estimate! (100)

1440.

Lot of T h r e e R o m a n Republican Bronzes. (3). JE As of Paetus (?). 169-158 BC. Laureate head of Janus. Prow right. Craw. 176/1, Syd. 358. Fine; JE As of A. Caecilius. Same dates and types as previous. Craw. 174/1, Syd. 355. Fine+; and JE Quadrans of Anonymous/Star type. 169-158 BC. Herakles. Prow. Craw. 196/4. Fine+. Interesting lot and should be examined! (100)

1441.

Lot of Five R e p u b l i c a n Denarii. (5). Lot consists of the following moneyers: M. Fannius and L. Critonius. Critonia 1. VF but heavily porous.; L. Julius Bursio. Julia 5b. Toned VF with several scratches.; C.Marius C.f. Capito. Maria 9. Toned VF, few banker's marks.; C. Poblicius Q.f., Poblicia 9. Good V F but reverse corroded and scraped.; L. Procilius. Procilia 2. Nice VF, banker's mark on chin. Interesting lot and should be viewed by prospective bidders. (125)

1442.

Lot of Five R e p u b l i c a n Denarii. (5). T h e following moneyers are represented: C. Piso L.f. Frugi. Calpurnia 25c. VF, light scratches, high relief.; Ti. Claudius Ti.f.Ap.n. Nero. Claudia 6. VF, several digs and banker's marks.; L. Papius. Papia 1. Toned VF, banker's mark on obverse.; M. Plaetorius M.f. Cestianus. Plaetoria 5. Darkly toned VF, several scratches on both sides.; M. Volteius M.f. Volteia 5. VF, off-center. Nice lot for the beginner! (125)

1443.

Lot of Four R e p u b l i c a n Denarii. ( 4 ) . Anonymous. 206-195 BC. C r . l 12/2a, Anon.-20cc.; C. Talna. 154 BC. Cr.202/1 a, Juventia 7.; Q. Marcius Libo. 148 BC. Cr. 215/1 M a r c i a 1.; T. Quinctius Flaminius. 126 BC. Cr. 267/1, Quinctia 2. All grade near VF, one with light scratches on obverse. (100)

1444.

Lot of Four Republican Denarii. (4). P. Laeca. 110-109 BC. CR.301/1, Porcia 4.; A. Postumius A.f.Sp.n. Albinus. 81 BC. Cr.372/2, Postumia 8.; L. Aemilius Lepidus Paullus. 62 BC. Cr.415/1 var., Aemilia 10b.; Q. Pomponius Rufus. 54 BC. Cr.424/2, Pompeia 5. All grade VF, a very nice lot for the beginner! (125)

LOTS

Lot of Five Silver Ancients. (5). 6th-2nd Century BC. P e r s i a n s i g l o i . (2); M e s s a n a . T e t r a d r a c h m . SG-842; Corinth.Stater. Pegasus right. Athena right.; India. Punchmarked silver. Grades vary from VG to Fine+, some with porosity, excellent beginner's lot! (225) Lot of Four Greek Coins. (4). 5 t h - l s t Centuries B C . Cyzicus. Obol. Boar and lion.; Miletus. Diobol. Lion and stellate p a t t e r n . ; Sinope. D r a c h m . Eagle's h e a d and quadripartite incuse square.; Sinope. JE 26mm. Athena and Perseus. Average Fine for grade, some porosity. (100) Lot of E i g h t H e l l e n i s t i c C o i n s . (8). 3 r d - l s t Century BC. Seleucid Syria. Tetradrachmae of Antiochus Π and Roman province. SG-6886 and 7214; JE of Antiochus VIII. SG-7154; Ptolemaic Egypt. Tetradrachmae of Ptolemy ΧΠ. SG-7946 (2 coins); JE 35 of Ptolemy ΕΠ. SG-7817.(3) Grades vary from Fine to VF, all with light porosity and encrustation. A great lot for the specialist! (225) Lot of Three M a c e d o n i a n Coins. (3). Consists of an JE 15 f r o m Tragilus. SNG ANS 910. Fine with corrosion.; AR Trihemitartemorion from Mende. SNG ANS 312. Toned VF.; and an JE 18 from Pella. SNG ANS 615 for type. Fine, porous. Interesting lot for the specialist and well worth our estimate! (125)

1432.

Lot of T w o Greek Silver Coins. (2). Dynasts of Lycia. Kuprilli? C. 4th Century BC. Obol. Heifer to left. Triskeles in incuse square, cf. SNG Van Aulock-4151; Kings of Syria. Antiochus VI. 143/2 BC. Drachm. Radiate head right. Apollo seated left. Houghton, ACNAC-233. Flan crack. Fine andVF with light porosity. Both somewhat scarce. (65)

1433.

S A S A N I A N . Lot of 9 AR Drachms of Chosroes Π. 591-628 AD. A few different mints. Grade from Fine-VF. (50)

1434.

L o t of N i n e t e e η G r e e k a n d G r e e k I m p e r i a l a n d M i s c e l l a n e o u s . (19). Persia. Sigloi (2); Hellenistic and Greek Imperial bronzes (4); Judaean Bronzes (4); Alexandria. Billon Tetradrachms.(8); Morocco. Bronze. Grade vary from Good-Fine, most with porosity or corrosion. An interesting lot! (200)

1435.

Lot of Seven G r e e k B r o n z e s . (7). 4th Century B C - l s t Century AD. Gela. SG-1095; Syracuse. SG-1193 and 1223; A t h e n s . S G - 2 6 5 7 ; M a c e d o n . S G - 6 7 8 1 ; J u d a e a n . SGI5539,5639. Grades vary from VG to VF, all with decent patinas. Nice lot for the bronze collector! (100)

1436.

Lot of Eight Italian Bronzes. (8). 3rd -2nd Century BC. Rubi. SNG A N S - 7 2 8 ; Hipponium. SNG ANS-451; Vibo Valentia. SNG ANS-469var. (crayfish); Locri Epizephyrii. SNG ANS-579; Nuceria. SNG ANS-595; The Bretti. (3) SNG Cop1645, 1661, 1679. Average grade is Fine, one piece holed, couple with corrosion. (80)

150


CLASSICAL

1445.

1446.

1447.

1448.

Lot of Three Republican Coins. (3). AR Quadrigatus. 225-212 BC. Craw. 28/3. VF but corroded.; AR Quinarius. Circa 211 BC. Craw. 44/6, Anon.-3. VF with light porosity.; JE Uncia. 217-215 BC. Craw. 38/6. Near VF, dark brown with light porosity. (100) Lot of Three Republican Denarii. (3). Lot consists of: Lucius Caecius. 112-111 BC. Caesia 1, Syd. 564, Craw. 298/1. VF but corroded.; Mn. Fonteius. 108-107 BC. Fonteia 7, Syd. 566a, Craw. 3 0 7 / l b . VF with porosity and scratches.; and C. Terentius Lucanus. 147 BC. Terentia 10, Syd. 425, Craw. 217/1. VF with one long scratch on obverse. (75) Lot of Three Republican Denarii. (3). Lot consists of these moneyers: L. Furius Cn.f. Brocchus. Furia 23. Good VF, heavy scratch on obverse.; P. Plautius Hypsaeus. Plautia 12. Toned VF+ but deep banker's mark on neck.; C. Servilius C.f. Servilia 15. VF, banker's mark, lightly porous and few scratches. Another nice lot for the collector that does not mind coins that have character! (100) Lot of T h r e e Republican Denarii. (3). Lot consists of these moneyers: Q. Cassius Longinus. Cassia 7. VF with scratches.; P. Nerva. Licinia 7. VF, several scratches.; Q. Sicinius and C. Coponius. Sicinia 1. Good VF but porous. Nice overall lot for the collector! (100)

1449.

Lot of Three Republican Denarii. (3). Anonymous. Cr. 197/1, Anon.-6.; L. Papius. 79 BC. Cr. 384/1 (forepart of horse/forepart of bull.) Papia-1; L. Roscius Fabatus. 64 BC. Cr.412/1, Roscia 3. AU grade VF but one is off-center and second has scratch on obverse. (100)

1450.

Lot of Three R e p u b l i c a n Denarii. (3). L. Cosconius M.f. 118 BC. Cr. 282/2, Cosconia-1; L. Scipio Asiagenus. 106 BC. Cr. 311/1 a. (I with dot), Cornelia-24b; L. Julius Bursio. 85 BC. Cr. 352/1 a.(Wreath), Julia-5. All grade VF. A nice lot for the collector! (120)

1451.

Lot of Five Roman Bronzes. (5). lst-3rd Centuries AD. G e r m a n i c u s . S - 6 0 0 . Near VF, r e d - b r o w n patina, s o m e porosity.; Agrippina Sr. S-606. Fine, red-brown patina.; Claudius. S-638 and 640. Both VF with porosity.; Severus Alexander. S-2265. F+, green-brown patina, fields smoothed. A nice lot for the beginner! (250)

1452.

Lot of Seven Roman Bronzes. (7). lst-3rd Centuries AD. Caligula. S-617; Nero. S-685; Galba. Roma standing; Domitian. S-907; Julia Mamaea. S-2326; Gordian III. cf.S2499; Trajan Decius. Virtus seated left. Grades vary from Fine to VF, most with porosity and some smoothing of fields. Some scarcer types. (300)

1453.

Lot of T h r e e Early R o m a n I m p e r i a l C o i n s . (3). Augustus. Circa 29-27 BC. Quinarius. ASIA RECEPTA. RIC I276; 5 BC. AE Quadrans. Altar. RIC 1-462; Nero. 66 AD. AE Quadrans. Helmet on pillar. RIC 1-255. First two scarce. Fine to VF, an excellent quality lot and should be examined! (200)

NUMISMATIC

AUCTIONS,

LTD.

1454.

Lot of Five Roman Denarii and One Fake. (6 coins). R o m a n R e p u b l i c a n . Papia-1 and Sear -234, 254, 281; Caracalla. S-1893; Cast copy of a Trajan denarius. Average grade is VF, Caracalla has light porosity. Six pieces. SOLD AS IS-NO RETURNS. (100)

1455.

Lot of Nine Roman Silver Coins. (9). Eight denarii and one antoninianus. Vespasian. S-772; Antoninus Pius. S-1233 and 1234 (Fortuna); Faustina Sr. S-1350 and 1351; Marcus Aurelius. S-1417; Septimius Severus. S-.; Caracalla. S-1922; Gordian ΠΙ. S-2438. AU grade from near VF to VF, couple with light porosity. An excellent lot! (200)

1456.

Lot of Three Denarii. (3). Nerva . 96-98 AD. RSC-9. VF/F.; Trajan. Good Fine. 114-117 AD. RSC-189a; Marcus Aurelius. 179 AD. RSC-970. VF. A nice, small lot! (100)

1457.

Lot of S e v e n R o m a n S i l v e r C o i n s . (7). 2 n d - 3 r d Centuries AD. Severus. Annona.; Julia Domna. Pietas and Diana. (2); Elagabalus. Salvs.; Severus Alexander. Pax; M a x i m i n u s . S - 2 3 4 1 ; H e r e n n i a Etruscilla. A n t o n i i a n u s . Puducitia. Fine-VF, most with porosity or cleaned but still a nice lot. (150)

1458.

O p p o s i t e s Attract! Diverse lot of a denarius of Septimius Severus (193-211 AD) and a drachm of Vologases IV of Parthia (c. 147-191 AD). Two coins in lot. Both grade good VF. (85)

1459.

Lot of Seven Roman Coins. (7). Augustus. Posthumous issue under Titus . 80-81 AD. Sestertius. RIC 1-184 (Titus); Antoninus Pius. 145-161 AD. Dupondus. RIC III-802; Julia D o m n a . 1 9 6 - 2 1 1 AD. D e n a r i u s . RIC IV p t . l . - 5 5 1 ; M a x i m i a n u s . 307-308 AD. Follis. RIC VI Lyons-253; Constantine I. 316 AD. Follis. RIC VH Rome-49; Constantine I. 317 AD. Follis. RIC VII Tic-62; Constantius Gallus 351-354 AD. Half-Centenionalis. RIC VIII Siscia-351. Grades vary from F to VF, few with light porosity. An excellent lot for the Roman Specialist and should be examined! (275)

1460.

Lot of Eight Roman Bronzes. (8). lst-4th Centuries AD. Lot consists of the following emperors: Sestertii of Augustus and Valerian.; Gallienus. As.; Folles of: Maximianus.(2); Maxentius, Galerius and Severus II. Good-VF, most with porosity or corrosion. (75)

1461.

Lot of Five Antoniniani. (5). Gordian III . 240 AD. RSC22; Philip I. 247-249 AD. RSC-147; Otacilia Severa. 248-249 AD. RSC-16; Trajan Decius. 249-251 AD. RSC-64; Volusian. 251-253 AD. RSC-25a. All grade nice VF. (150)

1462.

Lot of Five A n t o n i n i a n i . (5). Philip II. 244-249 AD. RSC-13; Herennia Etruscilla. 249-251 AD. RSC-14; Valerian II. 256-258 AD. RSC-67 (Antioch); Postumus. 259-268 AD. RSC-243a.(Lugdunum); Tacitus. 275-276 AD. RIC-82. All grade VF but Tacitus heavily corroded. (100)

1463.

Lot of Ten Antoniniani. (10). Valerian I. 253-260 AD. (2) RSC-53,189; Saloninus. 255-259 AD. RSC-95; Victorinus. 268-270 AD. RIC-78; Tetricus I. 270-273 AD. RIC-90; Aurelian. 270-275 AD. RIC-346; Probus. 276-282 AD. RIC646; Carinus. 283-285 AD. RIC-327; Diocletian. 284-295 AD. RIC-263; and Maximianus. 286-295 AD. RIC-399. Grades vary from Fine to VF, most with porosity. (200)

1001.


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1464.

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Lot of Five Late R o m a n Bronzes. (5).Tacitus 275-276 AD. Antoninianus. RIC V pt.l.-190; Numerian. 283-284 AD. Antoninianus. RIC V pt.2.-466; Maximianus. Circa 295-299 AD. Radiate fraction. RIC VI Cyzicus-15b; Constantine II Caesar. 320 AD. Follis. RIC VII Siscia-133 ( R - l ) ; Helena. 327-29 AD. Follis. RIC Antioch-82 (R2). All grade nice VF. (125)

1465.

Lot of T h r e e Late R o m a n Coins. (3). Salonina . 253260 AD. A n t o n i n i a n u s . R S C - 1 1 5 ; Quintillus. 2 7 0 AD. A n t o n i n i a n u s . R I C - 2 0 ; Diocletian. 2 9 6 - 2 9 7 AD. Follis. Heraclea mint. RIC-17a. All grade near VF, couple with light porosity and verdigris. (100)

1466.

Lot of T w e n t y Billon A n t o n i n i a n i . (20). C i r c a 238286 AD. Gordian III; Gallienus.(7); Tetricus 1.(2); Victorinus.; C l a u d i u s G o t h i c u s . ( 4 ) ; A u r e l i a n , Probus, C a r i n u s , and Maximianus.(2). Fine-VF. Most have problems but some nicer pieces. (125)

1467.

L o t of T w e n t y L a t e R o m a n Billon and Bronze Coins. (20). Circa 260-360 AD.Various mints. Gallienus.(4); T e t r i c u s 1.(4); T e t r i c u s II.; V i c t o r i n u s . ( 2 ) ; C l a u d i u s Gothicus.(3); Aurelian.; Constans.(4); Constantius II. Grades vary from Good to Fine. An interesting lot that should be examined! (100)

1468.

L o t of T w e n t y L a t e R o m a n Billon and Bronze Coins. (20). Circa 260-360 AD. Gallienus.(4); Tetricus 1.(3); Tetricus Π; Victorinus.(2); Claudius Gothicus.(3); Aurelian and Constantius 11.(6). Grades vary from Good to Fine. Another (100) interesting lot that should be examined!

1469.

Lot of Nine Late R o m a n Billon and Bronze Coins. (9). Circa 250-337 AD. Various mints. Trebonianus Gallus; Tetricus 11.(2); Victorinus; Probus; Constantine 1.(3); and a Barbaric copy of Constantine I. Average grade is Fine and well worth our estimate. (75)

1470.

L o t of E l e v e n Late R o m a n B i l l o n and Bronze C o i n s . (11). Lot consists of the following: Salonina. RIC V p t . l . - 8 7 (Sole reign); Probus. RIC V pt.2.-928; Diocletian. RIC-?; Maximianus. (2) RIC V pt.2.-606var; RIC VI(Cyz)-16b; Maximinus. RIC VI (Thes)-50a; Constantine I. (3) RIC VII (Rome)-19, (Ant)-71(R-2), and (Nico)-121; Licinius I. (2) RIC VI (Thes)-60.; RIC VII (Hera)-12 (R). Grades vary from VF-EF. Some scarce and rare pieces. An excellent quality lot! (200)

1471.

1472.

L o t of E i g h t Late Roman B i l l o n and Bronze Coins. (8). Aurelian. RIC V pt.l.-349 var.; Probus. (2) RIC V pt.2.-433 and 922; Diocletian. RIC-? Licinius I. (2) RIC V I ( C y z ) - 9 , ( A n t ) - 3 5 . C o n s t a n t i n e I. RIC V I ( R o m e ) - 1 9 ; Constantine II. RIC VI(Nico)-50. Fine to VF. A few scarcer pieces. Another nice lot! (125) Lot of Six Late R o m a n Bronzes. (6). Aurelian. 270275 AD. Antoninianus. RIC V pt.1.-347; Severina, wife of Aurelian. Antoninianus. RIC V pt.1.-20; Galerius. c.310 AD. Follis. RIC VI Heraclea-48a; Maximinus Caesar, c.309-310 AD. Follis RIC VI Antioch-118a; Constantine I. Follis. 313 AD. RIC VI Heraclea-75; Crispus. Follis. 321-324 AD. RIC VII Nicomedia-48 (R-2). Grade vary from Fine-VF. A nice lot for the beginner! (100)

1473.

Lot of Six Tetrarchic Folles. (6). Diocletian. 3 0 4 - 3 0 5 AD. RIC VI Alex.-41; Maximinus Caesar. 308-308 AD. RIC VI Cyz.-43; Galerius. 308-311 AD. RIC VI Thes-30a; Galeria Valeria. 308-311 AD. RIC VI Thes-36; Maximinus Augustus. 312 AD. RIC VI Ant.-164b; Licinius I. 312-313 AD. RIC VI C y z . - 1 0 2 (Scarce). Grades vary from F+ to VF, all with porosity or verdigris. (100)

1474.

Lot of Six Tetrarchic Folles. (6). Diocletian abdicated. 308 AD. RIC VI Alex.-80 var. (BAEATISS); Maximinus Caesar. 309-310 AD. RIC VI Ant.-125. (R-2); Maximinus Aug. 310 AD. RIC VI Ant.-142. (Reversed mm.); Maximinus Aug. (2 coins) 310-311 AD. RIC VI Nico.-66c. (Thick flan). Same, (thinner flan); Maximinus Aug. 312 AD. RIC VI Nico.-78b var. (off.E - Rare). All grade VF with light red encrustation. (125)

1475.

Lot of Six T e t r a r c h i c Folles. (6). Galerius Caes. 297298 AD. RIC VI Hera.-20b; Galeria Valeria. 308-311 AD. RIC VI Thes-34 var. (B off - Rare); Maximinus Aug. 312 AD. RIC VI Ant.-164b; Constantinus Aug. 312 AD. RIC VI Ant.-164c (S); Licinius I. 312 AD. RIC VI Nico.-71a; Licinius I. 312-313 AD. RIC VI Cyz.-102. All grade VF with natural patinas and some light red encrustation. (125)

1476.

Lot of Six T e t r a r c h i c Folles. (6). C o n s t a n t i u s C a e s . 303 AD. RIC VI Cart.-34a; Diocletian. 304-305 AD. RIC VI Alex.-41; Maximinus Caes. 308-309 AD. RIC VI Cyz.-49 (S); Galerius. 308-311 AD. RIC VI Thes.-30a; Galeria Valeria. 309‫־‬ 310 AD. RIC VI Hera.-43; Galerius. 310-311 AD. RIC VI Nico.-66a. All grade VF with natural patinas and some light red encrustation. (150)

1477.

Lot of Four Folles of Galeria Valeria. (4). 308-311 AD. RIC VI. Thes.-36, Hera.-43, Hera.-63, Nico.-57. Grades vary from F to VF, natural patinas with some light encrustation and verdigris. (150)

1478.

Lot of Seven T e t r a r c h i c /E Folles. (7). M a x i m i a n u s Caes. 300-301 AD. RIC VI Rome-102b; Maximianus Aug. 304-305 AD. RIC VI Alex.-38; Maximianus abdicated. 305306 AD. RIC VI Aquilea-64b; Maximinus Caes. 305-307 AD. RIC VI Hera.-26b; Galerius 308-311 AD. RIC VI Thes.-30a; Galeria Valeria. 308-311 AD. RIC VI Thes.-36; Licinius I 311 AD. RIC VI Nico-69a var. (Δ off.). All grade VF with light red encrustation, some porosity and verdigris on a few. (150)

1479.

Lot of T w e n t y 361 AD. Various 3 8 9 0 ( 2 ) , 3910, 4010(3). Fine to examned!

1480.

Lot of T w e n t y - t h r e e C o n s t a n t i n i a n B r o n z e s . (23). C i r c a 3 1 0 - 3 6 0 AD. V a r i o u s mints. C o n s t a n t i n e 1.(5); Crispus.(2); Constantine 11.(7); Constans.(2); Constantius 11.(4); Gallus.(2); Julian Π. Average Fine. Another excellent starter collection! (100)

1001.

Late Roman Bronzes. (20). Circa 293mints, cf. Sear-3543, 3675, 3701, 3888(2), 3943, 3955, 3971, 3998(4), 4 0 0 0 ( 2 ) , VF. Nice starter collection and should be (100)


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1481.

Lot of T w e n t y Small Bronzes of the Constantinian P e r i o d . (20). Circa 320-354 AD. Various mints, cf. Sear3873, 3910, 3952, 3955(2), 3962, 3970, 3971(2), 3998(5), 3999, 4000(2), 4054, 4056. Plus one Barbarous issue, bust right, Victory left. Fine to EF, Some nice coins "hidden" in this lot and should be examined! (100)

1482.

Lot of T w e n t y Late Roman Bronzes. (20). Circa 3374 0 0 AD. V a r i o u s mints, cf. Sear-3888, 3889, 3970(2), 3972(3), 4020, 4056, 4074, 4116(2), 4140, 4142, 4161, 4181, 4183, 4188. LRBC-2442, 2562. Fine to VF. Some scarcer types. Another excellent starter collection. (100)

1483.

Lot of F i f t e e n B r o n z e s . (15). Late R o m a n through Byzantine. Galerius; Licinius.(2); Licinius Π; Valentinian I; Valens; Valentinian II; Arcadius. (3); Aelia Flacilla; Maurice. Arab-Byzantine follis. Scyphate trachys. (2) Average grade is Fine. An interesting lot. (75)

1484.

1485.

1486.

1487.

1488.

Lot of Five Roman Coins. (5). Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. Sestertius. DIVO PIO. cf. S-1306 (£160). Fine; Faustina Senior. Died 141 AD. Sestertius. AETERNITAS. cf. S-1359. Fine; Probus. 276-282 AD. Antoninianus. Pax. cf. Seaby 3360v.. VF; Constantius I. 305-306 AD. Follis. Aquiliea. Fine; Arcadius. 383-408 AD. JE 4. Victory with trophy, cf. Seaby 4234. Fine. A nice lot! (75) Lot of Five Roman Coins. (5). Vabalathus & Aurelian. 270-271 AD. Antoninianus. Busts each side. cf. S-3292. F/VF; Numerian. 283-284 AD. Antoninianus. lupiter. cf. Seaby 3431. VF; Diocletian. 284-305 AD. Antoninianus. Emperor receiving Victory, cf. Seaby 3510. VF; Licinius I. 308-324 AD. JE Follis. Siscia mint. Jupiter with Victory, cf. Seaby 3798. VF; Julian II, the Apostate. 360-363 AD. JE 3. Siscia mint, inscription in wreath, cf. Seaby 4074. VF. Another very nice lot! (125) Lot of Four A n t o n i n i a n i and One D e n a r i u s . (5 coins). G o r d i a n III. 240-244 AD. Denarius. R S C - 3 4 0 ; T r e b o n i a n u s G a l l u s . 2 5 1 - 2 5 3 AD. RSC-80 (Antioch); Volusian. 251-253 AD. RSC-71; Valerian. 253-260 AD. RSC230; Gallienus. Joint Reign. 253-260 AD. RSC-131. Fine to VF. (125)

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1489.

Lot of T h r e e A n o n y m o u s Byzantine Folli. (3). 10th11th Centuries AD. SB-1793. SB-1813 (Rosettes ornaments.). SB-1867. Fine to Near VF. (75)

1490.

T R E B I Z O N D . Lot of two cast silver copies of an asper of Manuel I. 1238-1263 AD. Two pieces. (10)

1491.

Lot of Five Medieval Armenian Coppers. (5). Levon I. 1123-1138 AD. Tanks. cf.Bedoukian 706.(2); Hetoum I. 1226-1271 AD. Tanks. Bed-1295 and 1297; Kardez. Bed-1394. Fine to VF. (100)

1492.

Lot of T w o Coins From Portugal. (2). John I. 13851433. Real Branco. Lisbon mint. Vaz JL 63. Two coins. Nice VF. (40)

1493.

Lot of Three Pennies of Henry III. (3). 1216-1272. Long cross pennies. Moneyers are Renaud and Ricard on London and Willem on Cantebury. For type, Seaby 1368, 1369. Toned Fine to VF. (60)

1494.

Lot of Three Pennies of Edward I. (3). Pennies. Various types. All London mint. F/VF.

1495.

Lot of Six E n g l i s h C o p p e r s . (6). England. George ΠΙ, 1806, l/2d, S-3781, Fine; George V, 1918, Pennies (2), S4051, Fine and EF; George VI, 1949, Penny, S-4114, VF; 1938, l / 2 d . , S - 4 1 1 5 , VF; Ireland, G e o r g e III, 1805, Halfpenny, S-6621, Fine. (10)

NUMISMATIC

1272-1307. (60)

LITERATURE

Titles on G r e e k a n d G r e e k I m p e r i a l

Numismatics

1496.

B a l d w i n , A g n e s . The Electrum and Silver Coins of C h i o s . (Chicago-1979 reprint of New York-1915 original). 60 pages, 7 plates. Hardcover. New. (20)

vl<497.

Baldwin, Agnes. The Electrum Coinage of L a m p s a k o s . (New York-1914). 34 pages, 2 plates. Still a standard reference on this rare coinage. Paper covers. New but covers chipping. (30)

Lot of Ten Late Roman Bronzes. (10). Arcadius. 383408 AD. JE3. Antioch. Facing bust. LRBC 2797, F+; Aelia Flacilla. Died 386 AD. JE 4. Draped bust right. Victory inscribing shield with Christogram. cf. LRBC 2167, (3 \ / 4 9 8 . pieces), F/VF; Valentinian II. 375-392 AD. JE 4. Campgate. C H K 1858, (2 pieces), F/VF; JE 4, Victory and captive, Alexandria, RIC 20a, Fine; as previous, Antioch, RIC 67a, VF; 499. Theodosius I. 379-395 AD. JE 3 (double struck), Fine; JE 4, Thessalonica, campgate, CHK 1859, Fine. An interesting lot of late bronzes! (150) Lot of 19 M i s c e l l a n e o u s Ancients. (19). AR obol of Selge in Pisidia. JE Quadrans of Augustus. JE Sestertius of Y1500. Volusian. The remainder base AR and JE of the Late ThirdEarly Fourth Century AD. Claudius II. Aurelian. Probus(2). Tetricus I. Diocletian. Maximianus. Maximinus Π(2). Galerius. Licinius I. Constantine I. Constantius II. Constans. Gallus. Julian. Fine-EF. Some nice pieces. (350)

1001.

B e d o u k i a n , Paul Z. C o i n a g e of the A r t a x i a d s of A r m e n i a . (London-1978). 81 pages, 8 plates. A Royal Numismatic Society publication. Hardcover. New. (30) C a h n , Herbert A. The Coins of the Sicilian City of N a x o s . (Chicago- 1978 reprint of Basel-1940 original). 166 pages, 12 plates. A die study for this important mint and the standard reference on the series. Text in German. Hardcover. New. (30) Comstock, Mary and Vermeule,Cornelius. Greek Coins, M u s e u m of Fine Arts, B o s t o n . ( B o s t o n - 1 9 6 4 ) . 78 pages, 30 plates. A supplement to Agnes Baldwin Brett's original catalog of the museum's coins. Paper covers. New. (20)


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1501.

C u r t i s , C o l o n e l J a m e s W. T h e C o i n a g e of R o m a n Egypt: A Survey. (ANA 1956 reprint). 62 pages, photos throughout text. A reprint of a series of articles that appeared in The Numismatist. Some very useful information and difficult to find. Papercovers. Very fine copy. (15)

1502.

Curtis, Colonel James W. The T e t r a d r a c h m s of Roman E g y p t . (Chicago, 1969 reprint.). 172 pages, 11 plates. A standard reference for the series. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (35)

1503.

Same as previous. Hardbound. Very fine copy.

1504.

Dattari, G. N u m i A u g g . Alexandrini ‫ ־‬C a t a l o g o Delia Collezione G . Dattari. (Bologna, 1975 reprint of Cairo, 1901 original). Original two volumes in one. 475 pages, 37 plates. T h e definitive collection of Alexandrian coinage and a must for any serious collector. Text in Italian. Clothbound. Very fine copy. (60)

,1505.

1506.

1507.

Head, Barclay V. On the C h r o n o l o g i c a l Sequence of the C o i n s of B o e o t i a . ( " H i s t o r y of the C o i n a g e of Boeotia" stamped on spine and cover.) (London, 1881). 95 pages, 6 plates. Hardbound. Fine copy with some loose pages. (75)

1512.

Head, Barclay V. On the C h r o n o l o g i c a l S e q u e n c e of the C o i n s of E p h e s u s . ("History of the C o i n a g e of Ephesus" stamped on spine and cover.) (London, 1880). 89 pages, 5 plates. Hardbound. Fine copy but spine is broken and pages are loose. Should be rebound. (50)

1513.

H e n d i n , David. Guide To Ancient Jewish Coins. (New York, 1976). 134 pages, 11 plates plus many line drawings in text. Catalog of the coins plus historical background. Covers Roman Judaea. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (20)

1514‫׳‬.

I m h o o f - B l u m e r , Friedrich and Gardner, Percy. A n c i e n t Coins Illustrating Lost Masterpieces of Greek A r t . (Chicago-1964 reprint of London-1887 original). 176 pages, 38 plates. A numismatic concordance to Pausanias identifying coins which may depict artwork described by Pausanias. Hardcover. N e w but lightly soiled and stained externally. (20)

1515.

I m h o o f - B l u m e r , M . F . M a l l o s , M e g a r s o s , A n t i o c h e Du Pyramos, Etude Géographique, Historique Et N u m i s m a t i q u e . (Chicago, 1979 reprint of Paris, 1883 original). 39 pages, 2 double plates. Cardcovers. New. (10)

v!516.

J a m e s o n , R o b e r t . M o n n a i e s G r e c q u e s A n t i q u e s et I m p e r i a l e s R o m a i n e s . ( C h i c a g o - 1 9 8 0 reprint of Paris, 1913-1932 originals). 4 volumes. 908 pages, 164 plates. Still a major reference with over 3000 coins described. Hardcover. New. (300)

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G a r d i a k o s , Soterios. T h e C o i n a g e s of A l e x a n d e r T h e G r e a t . (Chicago-1981). 3 volumes, 1007 pages, 157 plates. A compilation of articles and essays by the leading experts of the 19th and early 20th centuries in their native languages. A wealth of knowledge in three volumes. Linen hardcover. New. (300) This set includes Edward T. Newell's 1916 Dated Alexander Coinage of Sidon and Ake which an original of sold in a mail bid sale of numismatic literature last year for $345 not including the 10% buyer's fee. This alone makes this set more than worth the price!

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G a r d n e r , Percy. The Coinage of Parthia. (San Diego, 1968 reprint). 68 pages, 7 plates. Includes an article by Joel L. Malter on a hoard of Parthian drachms. Papercovers. Very fine copy. (10) G e i s s e n , A n g e l o and W o l f r a m W e i s e r . Katalog A l e x a n d r i n i s c h e r K a i s e r m ü n z e n der S a m m l u n g d e s I n s t i t u t s f ü r A l t e r t u m s k u n d e der U n i v e r s i t ä t zu K ö l n . ( G e r m a n y , 1972-1984). 5 v o l u m e s . 3 6 2 7 coins described and photographed. Volume 5 consists of the indices and tables. The definitive work on Alexandrian coinage and very difficult to obtain. Text in German. Hardbound with dustcovers. New set. (500)

1508.

Gobi, Robert. S a s a n i a n N u m i s m a t i c s . ( B r a u n s c h w e i g 1971). 97, pages, 16 plates. A standard reference on Sasanian numismatics. Text in English which is the more difficult edition to locate. Hardcover. Very fine copy. (20)

1509.

Harl, K e n n e t h . Civic Coins and Civic Politics In the R o m a n East AD 180-275. (Berkeley, 1987). 253 pages, 36 plates. An excellent study of Greek imperial coinage and the political ideas expressed by them. A must for any collector of the series. Hardbound. As New. (50)

1510.

1511.

1517.

K l e i n e r , Fred S. and N o e , C i s t o p h o r i c C o i n a g e . (New plates. Numismatic Studies 14 in work on the cistophoric coinage.

1518.

Kraay, Colin M. and Max Hirmer. Greek Coins. (New York, 1972). 396 pages, 20 color plates, 220 black and white plates. One of the most beautiful books ever published on Greek coins. Hardbound with nice dustjacket. Out of print and rare. Very fine copy. (400)

1519.

Kraay, Colin M. A r c h a i c a n d C l a s s i c a l G r e e k C o i n s . (Berkeley-1976). 426 pages, 64 plates. This is the definitive "textbook" for the student and collector of Greek coins. Out of print and hard to find. Hardcover. Very fine copy without dustcover. (125)

1520.

Malloy, Alex G. The Coinage of Amisus. (1970 first edition). 19 pages, 11 plates. A listing of all the main published types for Amisus. Cardcovers. New but covers dirty. (5) M e s h o r e r , Y a ' a k o v . A n c i e n t J e w i s h C o i n a g e . (New York, 1982-83). V o l u m e II only -295 pages, 36 plates (Herodian period to Judaea Capta and related). Hardcover. New. (50)

1521.

Head, Barclay V. A Guide to the Principal Coins of the G r e e k s . ( L o n d o n , 1932 edition). British M u s e u m publication. 106 pages, 52 plates. Out of print. Hardbound. Fine copy. (45)

154

S y d n e y P. T h e Early York-1977) 129 pages, 38 the ANS series. The standard Hardcover. Very fine copy. (45)


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1523.

1524.

1525.

1526.

1527.

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1534.

Seltman, Charles T. M a s t e r p i e c e s of Greek C o i n a g e . (Chicago-1980 reprint of Oxford-1949 original). 128 pages, photographs throughout. Hardcover. New. (25)

1535.

S v o r o n o s , J . N . C o r p u s of the A n c i e n t C o i n s of A t h e n s . ( C h i c a g o - 1 9 7 5 reworking of the Munich-1923 edition). 264 pages of which 229 are plates. Basically plates with minimal description. Hardcover. New. (100)

1536.

Svoronos, J.N. L'Hellénisme Primitif De La M a c é d o i n e . (Chicago-1979 reprint of Paris-Athens, 1919 original). 265 pages, 19 plates. Hardcover. New. (50)

1537.

Sylloge N u m m o r u m Graecorum. The Royal Collection of Coins and M e d a l s , Danish National M u s e u m ("SNG C o p e n h a g e n " ) . Volume I, Italy-Sicily. ( W e s t M i l f o r d , N.J., 1981 reprint edition). 92 pages, 60 plates. Beautifully hardbound in red cloth with gold imprints. As New. (135)

1538.

Demetrius N e w e l l , E d w a r d T. T h e Coinages of P o l i o r c e t e s . ( C h i c a g o - 1 9 7 8 r e p r i n t of L o n d o n - 1 9 2 7 original). 174 pages, 18 plates. A standard r e f e r e n c e . Hardcover. New. (50)

Sylloge N u m m o r u m Graecorum. The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, Danish National M u s e u m ( " S N G C o p e n h a g e n " ) . V o l u m e 43. S p a i n - G a u l . ( C o p e n h a g e n , 1979 original). 45 pages, 39 plates. 859 coins described. Cardcovers. Out of print. Very fine copy. (75)

1539.

N e w e l l , Edward T. T h e S e l e u c i d M i n t of A n t i o c h . (Chicago-1978 reprint of New York-1917 original). 156 pages, 13 plates. Still a standard reference even with the appearance of new research. Hardcover. New. (50)

Vermeule, Cornelius C. III. N u m i s m a t i c Art Of T h e Greek Imperial World. (Cambridge, Mass. 1986). 148 pages, 130 plates. A very useful work for the collector of Greek Imperials. Papercovers. Very fine copy. (35)

1540.

Wroth, W a r w i c k . A Catalogue of the Greek Coins In The British Museum. Volume XIII: Pontus, P a p h l a g o n i a , B i t h y n i a , and The K i n g d o m of The B o s p o r u s . (Bologna, 1981 reprint of London original). 252 pages, 39 plates. Volume 13 of the British Museum series published from 1873 to 1929. A must for the serious collector. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (50)

M i l n e , J.G. C a t a l o g u e of A l e x a n d r i a n Coins in the A s h m o l e a n M u s e u m , University of O x f o r d . (London, 1971 Spink reprint of 1932, London original). Supplement by Colin M. Kraay. 165 pages, 7 plates. A standard reference. Hardcover with worn dustcover. Ex Library. Fine copy. (30) Müller, Ludwig; C.T. Falbe and J. Chr. Lindberg. T h e C o i n a g e of A n c i e n t A f r i c a . (Chicago-1977 reprint of Basel and Stuttgart, 1957 revised edition of Copenhagen, 1860-1862 originals). 552 pages with passim illustrations, 95 page supplement. Text in French. Hardcover. New. (85)

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Müller, Ludwig. L y s i m a c h u s King of T h r a c e , M i n t s and Mintmarks. (New York-1966 reprint of Copenhagen1878 o r i g i n a l ) . 10 pages, 2 plates of line d r a w i n g s . Cardcovers. New. (5) Newell, Edward T. Royal Greek Portrait Coins. (New York, 1937). 99 pages, 16 plates, numerous photographs throughout text. An excellent introductory work to this day. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (10)

1528.

Price, Martin Jessop and Bluma L. Trell. Coins and Their Cities: Architecture on the ancient coins of G r e e c e , R o m e , and P a l e s t i n e . (London, 1977). 292 pages, 16 color plates, 522 black and white photos. This book is a must for the collector of Greek Imperial coinage and the student of ancient architecture. Hardcover. Out of print. Very fine copy. (50)

1529.

Same as previous. Hardcover. Out of print. Very fine copy. (50)

1530.

Sear, David R. Greek Coins and Their Values, Volume II: Asia and Africa. (London, Seaby-1979). 446 pages, 2 0 0 0 illustrations t h r o u g h o u t the text. Based on the collections of the British Museum. Hardcover. New. (35)

1531.

S e l l w o o d , D a v i d ; P. Whitting and R. W i l l i a m s . A η I n t r o d u c t i o n to Sasanian Coins. (London, 1985). 178 pages, 16 plates, line drawings in text. Entire book is done in calligraphy. Hardbound. As New. (25)

1532.

S e l l w o o d , David. The Coinage of Parthia. ( L o n d o n 1971). First Edition. 315 pages, 8 plates, line drawings in text. Entire book is done in calligraphy. Hardbound with dustcover. Fine copy. (10)

1510. 533.

Seltman, Charles. T. A t h e n s , Its H i s t o r y and C o i n a g e Before the P e r s i a n I n v a s i o n . (Chicago-1974 reprint of C a m b r i d g e - 1 9 2 4 original). 228 pages, 24 plates. Still a s t a n d a r d r e f e r e n c e for the archaic Athenian coinage. Hardbound. New. (30)

T i t l e s on R o m a n R e p u b l i c a n Numismatics 1 5 4 1 . Banti, Alberto. C o r p u s Nummorum Romanorum, Monetazione R e p u b b l i c a n a . (Florence, 1981). 9 v o l u m e s , 3 0 8 8 p a g e s , 12,404 illustrations. Bilingual Italian/English text. Red cloth hardcover, very fine set. (350) 1542.

C r a w f o r d , Michael H. Coinage & Money Under The Roman R e p u b l i c - Italy & the Mediterranean E c o n o m y . (Berkeley, 1985). 355 pages, tables and illustrations throughout text. An excellent "textbook" for the collector of Roman Republican coinage. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (50)

1543.

Grueber, H.A. Coins of The Roman Republic in the British Museum. (London, 1970 reprint of London, 1910 original). 3 volumes. A very useful reference for the specialist. Hardbound. Very fine set. (200)

Vl544.

Ratto, R o d o l f o . C o l l e c t i o n E.A. Sydenham: Aes Grave Italique, Monnaies Romaines Consulaires. (New York, 1974 reprint of Ratto auction catalogue, Lugano, February 7 1928). 653 lots, 29 plates, prices realized. An important collection of aes grave and Roman Republican bronze. Paper covers. New but covers slightly soiled. (15)

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S y d e n h a m , E d w a r d A. T h e C o i n a g e of the R o m a n R e p u b l i c . (New York, 1975 repint of L o n d o n , 1952 original). 343 pages, 30 plates. Hardcover. Very fine copy. (25) Thurlow, Bradbury K. and Vecchi, Italo G. I T A L I A N CAST C O I N A G E : Italian Aes Grave and Italian Aes Rude, S i g n a t u m and the Aes G r a v e of Sicily. (London, 1979). 50 pages, 82 plates, concordance with Sydenham. The standard reference for the collector of Aes grave. Hardcover. Very fine copy. (25)

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1554.

Same as previous lot. Hardcover. Folio size. Nice very fine copy. (140)

1555.

M a t t i n g l y , H a r o l d . Catalogue of Coins of the Roman E m p i r e in the British M u s e u m ( B M C ) : V o l u m e I, A u g u s t u s t h r o u g h Vitellius. ( L o n d o n , 1965 e d i t i o n ) . 695 pages, 64 plates. Out of print. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (125)

1556.

M a t t i n g l y , Harold. Catalogue of Coins of the Roman E m p i r e in the British M u s e u m (BMC): 6 Volumes in 8 b o o k s . ( L o n d o n , 1 9 6 5 - 1 9 7 6 e d i t i o n s ) . Out of p r i n t . Beautifully hardbound in red with gold stamping. Very fme set. (125) A major reference work which discusses the mints, monetary system, art and fabric of the coins, and with the combination of excellent photos and indexes by type makes it especially useful in attributing coins. Volumes I, II and V are out of print and difficult to obtain.

Numismatics

1547.

Carson, R.A.G.; P.V. Hill and J.P.C. Kent. Late R o m a n Bronze C o i n a g e , A.D. 3 2 4 - 4 9 8 . (London, 1972 reprint of London, 1960 original). 114 pages, 4 plates. A standard reference for the collector of this area. Hardcover. Ex Library. Very fine copy. (10)

1548.

C a r s o n , R . A . G . and C o l i n Kraay ( E d i t o r s ) . S c r i p t a N u m m a r i a R o m a n a , E s s a y s Presented to H u m p h r e y S u t h e r l a n d . ( L o n d o n , 1978). 2 5 0 pages, 2 4 plates, bibliography of Sutherland's works. Festschrift of fifteen articles by some of the leading classical numismatists. One article is in French, the remainder are in English. Hardcover. Very fine copy. (30)

1557.

M e t c a l f , W i l l i a m E. T h e C i s t o p h o r i of Hadrian. Numismatic Studies 15. (New York, 1980). 164 pages, 31 plates. A standard reference. Clothbound. Very fine copy. (35)

1558.

Grant, Michael. From Imperium To Auctoritas - A H i s t o r i c a l S t u d y of A e s C o i n a g e in the R o m a n Empire 49 BC- AD 14. (Cambridge, 1969 reprint of 1946 original). 512 pages, 12 plates. Smaller format than original (21.5cm X 15cm). Hardbound. Very fine copy. (35)

Roman Coins and Culture. Seven copies of this excellent magazine printed in West Germany (1985-1987) and now in the States. Includes: Volume I, No. 1; Volume 2, No. 1, 2, 3, and 4; Volume 3, No. 1 and 2. Seven issues - all clean, used copies. (35)

1559.

R O M A N I M P E R I A L C O I N A G E ( R I C ) . (London). 9 volume set in 12 books plus the first edition of Vol. 1 plus the revised 1984 edition. Total of 13 books. The definitive work on Roman Imperial coinage and a must for every serious collector. Volume 5 is out of print and very difficult to obtain. A very fine set. (850)

1560.

R O M A N I M P E R I A L C O I N A G E (RIC). Volume VIII. J.P.C. Kent. T h e Family of Constantine I (A.D. 3373 6 4 ) . (London, 1981). 605 pages, 28 plates, pull-out chart of bust types. Arranged by mints instead of reign. Hardcover. New. (180)

1561.

Same as previous. Hardcover. Very fine copy.

1562.

R o m a n Silver Coins. V o l u m e I. Seaby, H.A. (Revised by David R. Sear & Robert Loosley). The Repubic to A u g u s t u s . (3rd Edition, London, 1978). 166 pages, 784 illustrations in text. Hardcover. New. ft 1 c <â&#x20AC;˘ If (30)

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Roman Silver Coins. Volume I I . Seaby, H.A. (Revised by Robert Loosley). Tiberius to C o m m o d u s . (3d Edition, L o n d o n , 1979). 255 p a g e s , 573 illustrations in text. Hardcover. New. / (/ / c i (30)

1564.

R o m a n S i l v e r C o i n s . V o l u m e V. C.E. King with valuations by David R. Sear. C a r a u s i u s To R o m u l u s A u g u s t u s . (1st Edition, London, 1987). 214 pages, 295 illustrations in text. Hardcover. Very fine copy. (25)

1549.

1550.

Henig, Martin: Editor. A Handbook of Roman Art: A c o m p r e h e n s i v e s u r v e y of all the arts of the R o m a n w o r l d . ( C o r n e l l U n i v e r s i t y Press, 1983). 288 p a g e s , illustrated throughout. Includes a chapter on Coins and Medals by Richard Reece. Cardcovers. As New. (20)

1551.

Hill, Philip V. T h e D a t i n g and A r r a n g e m e n t of The Undated Coins of Rome, AD 98-148. ( L o n d o n , 1970). 214 pages, 2 plates. An excellent reference for the collector of this Roman coinage which did not use tribunician dates. Hardcover. Very fine copy. (25)

1552.

Kent, J.P.C. and K.S. Painter. Wealth of the Roman World AD 3 0 0 - 7 0 0 . ( L o n d o n , 1977). 190 pages. An illustrated catalogue for an exhibition of the same name at the British Museum. Includes a section on coins and medallions, some illustrated in color. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (35)

1553.

Kent, J.P.C. and Max and Albert Hirmer. R o m a n C o i n s . (New York, 1978). 368 pages, 1430 excellent photographs, some in color. English translation with some revisions of Kent, Overbeck, and Stylow's Die R o m i s c h e M Ăź n z e n (Munich, 1973). Out of print and one of the most beautiful books ever published on Roman coins. Hardcover. Folio size. Nice very fine copy. (140) Companion volume to Kraay and Hirmer, Greek Coins, which has sold for circa $600 recently.

1001.

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1565.

Sear, David R. Roman Coins and their Values. (London, 1981 3rd edition - Seaby). 376 pages, 12 plates, photos throughout. Hardcover with dustjackeL Very fine copy. (25) V1577.

1566.

Sear, David R. The Emperors Of Rome and Byzantium: Chronological and Genealogical Tables for History Students and Coin Collectors. (London, 1981). 75 pages bound together in a calender format. Paper covers. New. (10)

Bendall, Simon and P.J. Donald. The Billon Trachea of Michael VIII Palaeologos, 1258-1282. (London, 1974). 44 pages, 22 plates of line drawings. An essential reference for the late Byzantinist. Cardcovers. New. (12.50)

1578.

Stevenson, Seth W. A D i c t i o n a r y of R o m a n C o i n s . (Seaby, London 1964 reprint of 1889 original, London). 929 pages. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (35)

Grierson, Philip. Byzantine Coins. (Berkeley, 1982). 411 pages, 95 plates, maps. T h e best introductory survey of Byzantine coinage. Hardcover. Near New. (80)

!4579.

Grierson, Philip. Byzantine Coins in the D u m b a r t o n Oaks and Whittemore Collections. Volume Two in two parts. Phocas to Theodosius ΙΠ. (Washington D.C.-1968). 728 pages, 46 plates. Hardbound. Basically a slightly dirty new copy. f)<fi6.el)tij -/VW . j ντά-Μ (400)

1580.

H e n d y , M i c h a e l F. C o i n a g e and M o n e y In T h e Byzantine Empire 1081-1261. (Washington D.C.1969). 453 pages, 51 plates, maps and tables. A standard reference and difficult to locate. Hardbound. Ex Library. Very fine copy. (250)

1581.

Lhotka, John F. M D . I n t r o d u c t i o n to East R o m a n C o i n a g e . (ANA 1960 reprint). 107 pages, 5 plates, photos throughout text. A reprint of a series of articles that appeared in T h e Numismatist. Some very u s e f u l information on Byzantine coinage. Papercovers. Very fine copy. (15)

1582.

Longuet, Dr. Henry. Introduction à la N u m i s m a t i q u e B y z a n t i n e . (London, 1961 Spink reprint). 158 pages, 24 plates. Hardcovers. Fine copy. (15)

1583.

Metcalf, William E. and Wolfgang Hahn - Editors. Studies In Early Byzantine Gold Coinage. Numismatic Studies 17. (New York, 1988). 142 pages, 24 plates. A series of seven articles by various experts in the field and an introduction by the editors. Clothbound. As New. (50)

1584.

Ratto, R o d o l f o . M o n n a i e s Byzantines. (Amsterdam, 1974 reprint of Lugano, 1930 original). Auction catalogue of December 9, 1930 of 2701 lots, 151 pages, 68 plates. One of the most comprehensive Byzantine collections ever offered for sale with coins from Arcadius to John VIII. Hardcover. Very fine copy. (35)

1585.

R y n e a r s o n , Paul F. B y z a n t i n e Coin V a l u e s . (San Clemente, 1971). 109 pages, 3 plates, line drawings in text. Includes a rarity scale which is still quite useful. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (10)

1567.

1568.

Sutherland, C . H . V . C o i n a g e In R o m a n Imperial Policy, 31 B C - 6 8 AD. (London, 1951 original). 2 2 0 pages, 17 plates. Hardcover. Very fine copy with dustcover.

(20) 1569.

Same as previous. Hardcover. Very fine copy with dustcover.

(20) 1570.

1571.

Sutherland, C.H.V. Roman Coins. (New York, pages, 572 photographs of which 63 are in color. volume to Jenkins, Ancient Greek Coins, and Byzantine Coins. Long out of print and scarce. Nice Very fine copy.

1974). 311 Companion Whitting's, Hardbound. (150)

T o y n b e e , Jocelyn M . C . R o m a n M e d a l l i o n s . With an introduction to the reprint by William E. Metcalf. ANS Numismatic Studies 5. (New York, 1986 reprint of New York, 1944 original). 268 pages, 19 plates. An updated version of this work that discusses the history and purposes of Roman medallions. Hardcover. As New. (35)

1572.

Same as previous. Hardcover. Very fine copy.

1573.

Uncertain Author. A Treatise of the Revenue and False Money of the Romans. (London, 1741 edition translated from the original printed at Paris, 1740). 227 pages. An interesting book for the numismatic bibliophile. Hardbound in leather but covers broken at spine, internally in fine condition as the pages only exhibit some light foxing. Rare. (75)

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Numismatics

1574.

Adontz, Nicholas. Armenia In T h e P e r i o d Of J u s t i n i a n : The Political C o n d i t i o n s Based On The N a x a r a r S y s t e m . (Lisbon, 1970). 529 pages of text, 409 pages of appendices. Translated by Nina G. Garsoian. Paper (20) covers. New, pages still uncut at top.

\/l575.

Bates, G e o r g e E. B y z a n t i n e Coins, Archaeological E x p l o r a t i o n of Sardis, M o n o g r a p h 1. ( C a m b r i d g e , MA.-1971). 159 pages, 9 plates. Hardbound. New. (25)

1586.

Sear, David R. B y z a n t i n e Coins and T h e i r V a l u e s . (London, 1987). 526 pages, photos throughout text. The latest edition. Hardcover. As New. (75)

1576.

Bellinger, Alfred R. and Grierson, Philip. Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks and Whittemore C o l l e c t i o n s . Volume I to III complete. (Washington D.C.1966-1973) Three volumes in five parts. The major reference for Byzantine coinage and difficult to obtain. Hardbound. A nice very fine set. (1000)

1587.

Whitting, P.D. Byzantine Coins. (New York, pages with 390 illustrations plus 20 color plates. p h o t o g r a p h s . C o m p a n i o n v o l u m e in "The Numismatics" series to Sutherland's, Roman Jenkin's, A n c i e n t Greek Coins. Hardbound jacket. Very fine copy.

1973). 311 Outstanding W o r l d of Coins, and with dust (85)


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1588.

S a m e as previous lot. Hardbound with dust jacket. Very fine copy. (85)

1589.

W r o t h , W a r w i c k . I m p e r i a l B y z a n t i n e C o i n s in the British M u s e u m . ( C h i c a g o - 1 9 6 6 reprint of L o n d o n - 1 9 0 8 original). 683 pages, 79 plates. This reprint edition combines two volumes into one. Hardcover. New. (125)

-1590.

Wroth, Warwick. Western and Provincial Byzantine C o i n s of T h e V a n d a l s , O s t r o g o t h s a n d L o m b a r d s and The E m p i r e s of T h e s s a l o n i c a , N i c a e a and T r e b i z o n d in t h e B r i t i s h M u s e u m . (Chicago-1966 reprint of London, 1911 original). 344 pages, 4 3 plates. Still a standard reference. Hardbound. New. (75)

1591.

Titles

Same as previous lot. Hardbound. Very fine copy.

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M i l e s , G e o r g e C. T h e C o i n a g e of T h e V i s i g o t h s of S p a i n • L e o v i g i l d to A c h i l a I I . ( N e w Y o r k , 1952). Hispanic Numismatic Series Monograph No. 2. 519 pages, 44 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (40)

1601.

Plant, R i c h a r d . A r a b i c C o i n s and H o w to Read T h e m . ( L o n d o n , 1973). 148 p a g e s , line d r a w i n g s t h r o u g h o u t . Hardcover. Very fine copy. (10)

602.

R i e c h m a n n , A. & Co. Die M i t t e l a l t e r l i c h e n Münzen des Hessischen Landesmuseums In Kassel. (November 25 to 29, 1924). 2337 lots, 41 plates. (New York, 1977 reprint of Halle, 1924 original). Important sale of over 1500 different bracteats. Paper covers. New. (20)

1603.

(75)

Schlumberger, G. (1954, Graz reprint of text, 1 of plates plates, one fold-out Cloth. New. y ^

N u m i s m a t i q u e De L'Orient Latin. of Paris, 1878 original). T w o volumes (1 which are line drawings). 504 pages, 21 map. Important work on Crusader coinage. ‫׳‬ jtaJUs (125)

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1592.

B e d o u k i a n , Paul Z. 1 8 t h c e n t u r y A r m e n i a n Medals S t r u c k in H o l l a n d . ( V e n i c e , 1978 r e p r i n t of o r i g i n a l reprinted f r o m the " B a z m a v e p , " 1977). 24 pages, 5 plates. Text in Armenian. Includes 3-page English summary of text. Paper covers faded otherwise new. (5)

1593.

B e d o u k i a n , Paul Z. C o i n a g e of C i l i c i a n Armenia. ( D a n b u r y , CT. 1979 r e v i s e d edition of N e w Y o r k , 1962 o r i g i n a l ) . A N S N N M # 1 4 7 . 4 9 4 p a g e s , 12 plates. T h e standard reference on the series. Hardbound. New. (40)

VÎ604.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. Very fine copy.

1595.

C i a n i , L o u i s . L e s M o n n a i e s R o y a l e s F r a n ç a i s e s de H u g u e s Capet A L o u i s X V I . (Barcelona, 1969 reprint of Paris, 1926 original). 499 pages, line drawings throughout text. A standard reference. Paper covers. Very fine copy. (30)

1596.

Jewitt, Llewellynn. Handbook of English Coins Giving a Concise Description of T h e Various Denominations of Coins From the Norman C o n q u e s t to the P r e s e n t R e i g n . ( E d i n b u r g h : John G r a n t , c i r c a 1840). 77 p a g e s w i t h c o l o r e d i l l u s t r a t i o n s throughout. Small format (9.5 χ 12.5 cm.). Cardcovers. A Nice Fine copy. (25) L a m b r o s , P a u l . M o n n a i e s I n e d i t e s Du R o y a u m e De C h y p r e Au M o y e n A g e . ( B o l o g n a , 1967 r e p r i n t of Athens, 1876 original). 100 pages, 9 plates of line drawings. T h e first 52 pages are the original Greek text followed by the French translation. Interesting for the student of C y p r i o t e coinage. Cardcovers. New. (15)

Vi598.

M i l e s , G e o r g e C. C o i n s of the S p a n i s h M u l u k alT a w a ' i f . (New York, 1954). Hispanic N u m i s m a t i c Series Monograph No. III. 169 pages, 15 plates. Cardcovers. New. (30)

"M599.

Miles, G e o r g e C. T h e C o i n a g e of T h e U m a y y a d s of S p a i n . (New Y o r k , 1950). H i s p a n i c N u m i s m a t i c Series Monograph No. I in T w o Volumes. 591 pages, 15 plates. Still a standard, definitive reference. Cardcovers. Fine set. (50)

Seltman, Arthur. T h e M o n a g r i H o a r d . An O f f p r i n t From D u m b a r t o n O a k s Papers, #28. (Washington, D.C., 1974). 3 pages, 1 plate. Discusses a hoard of medieval Cypriote coins f o u n d in the Church of the Panagia Amasgou at Monagri, Cyprus in 1960. Paper covers. New. (5)

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Etc.

1605.

Adelson, H o w a r d L. T h e A m e r i c a n N u m i s m a t i c Society 1 8 5 8 - 1 9 5 8 . (New York, 1958). 390 pages, black and white plates throughout text. History of the first one hundred years of the ANS. Cloth. N e w . (30)

1606.

American Numismatic and Archaeological Society. A m e r i c a n J o u r n a l of N u m i s m a t i c s . (New York, 1866-67). Volume I complete (4 issues). This represents the first serious attempt to regularly publish numismatic scholarship in America. Includes some discussion about ancient and world coinage. This society eventually split and evolved into the ANS and the ΑΙΑ. Intact set but all the pages are loose and unbound. Some fraying, chipping and light water staining. Should be bound. Extremely Rare. (150)

1607.

American Numismatic and Archaeological Society. A m e r i c a n J o u r n a l of N u m i s m a t i c s . (Boston, 1875). V o l u m e 10 (4 issues). Another rare volume in this series. Edges are fraying but basically a nice fine volume. Extremely Rare. (100)

1608.

Becker, Thomas W. The Coin Makers. (New York,1970).186 pages, illustrated throughout text. Excellent survey of coins and how they are made. Hardcover. Very fme copy. (10)

1609.

Gold. Cobbett, William. Cobbett's Paper Against (London, circa 1820). 470 pages. "Containing the History and M y s t e r y of the Bank of England, the Funds, the Debt, the Sinking Fund, the Bank Stoppage, the lowering and the raising of the value of Paper-Money; and shewing, that Taxation, Pauperism, Poverty, Misery and Crimes have all increased, and ever must increase, with a Funding System." A quaint book in dire need of rebinding, but otherwise internally fine but for some foxing. Front cover loose. (50)

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1610.

Ede, Charles. Introductory Hardbound. New.

Collecting Antiquities: G u i d e . L o n d o n , 1976). 142

American

An pages. (20)

1611.

Grant, Michael. The Roman Emperors: A B i o g r a p h i c a l G u i d e T o T h e R u l e r s of I m p e r i a l R o m e , 3 1 B C - A D 4 7 6 . (New York, 1985). 367 pages, illustrations in text. Hardcover with dust jacket. Very fine copy. (20)

1612.

Jacobs, David. C o n s t a n t i n o p l e : City On The Golden H o r n . (New York, 1969). 153 pages, illustrations throughout text. Hardbound. Nice Fine copy. (15)

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This series includes some of the most important research done in the various fields of classical numismatics by some of the best experts in each field. Besides the wealth of information they contain, they have also become a collectible item themselves as it is possible to build a complete set. The original series from #1 through #109 were done in a small format of 11-5 χ 16.5 cm, and then changed to the present size of 15.5 χ 23 cm. vl621.

N N M # 21. Newell, Edward T. A l e x a n d e r H o a r d s III, A n d r i t s a e n a . (New York, 1923) 39 pages, 6 plates. Details hoard of coins of Philip II and Alexander III as well as a few Boeotian, Aeginetan, Sicyonian and Olympian staters found near Andritsaena in the Peloponnesus. Cardcovers. New. (20)

£.1622.

NNM #33. Newell, Edward T. T w o R e c e n t E g y p t i a n H o a r d s . (New York, 1927). 34 pages, 3 plates. Details two Ptolemaic hoards: the first found in the Delta region in 1923, and the second in Upper Egypt near Keneh. Interesting for the Egyptian specialist. Cardcovers. New. (25)

1613.

Jones, J.R. A n a l y t i c a l Index To The Journal International D'Archeologie N u m i s m a t i q u e . (New York, 1967). Numismatic Literature Supplement No. 1. 49 pages. Paper covers. New. (10)

1614.

Plenderleith, H.J. and A.E.A. W e m e r . The Conservation of A n t i q u i t i e s and W o r k s of A r t ; Treatment, R e p a i r and R e s t o r a t i o n . (London, 1988 reprint.). 394 pages, 40 plates. Hardbound. New. (20)

1615.

R o b e r t s , J . M . T h e W o r l d of G r e e c e and R o m e . (Middlesex, England; 1980). 128 pages, color and black and white illustrations. An introductory guide to the ancient world of the Greeks and Romans. Some very useful information for the beginner! Hardbound. Very fine copy. (15)

1623.

NNM #43. Cox, D.H. The Caparelli Hoard. (New York, 1930). 17 pages, 2 double plates. Details a hoard of 125 medieval coins found outside of Caparelli in Boeotia near Thebes. Included were 53 Frankish tournois, 1 Sicilian tari, and 71 Venetian soldini. Cardcovers. New. (20)

1616.

Rodgers, William Ledyard. Greek and R o m a n N a v a l W a r f a r e : A S t u d y of S t r a t e g y , Tactics, and Ship Design from S a l a m i s (480 BC) to Actium (31 B C ) . (Annapolis, 1986 reprint). 555 pages. Hardbound. Very fine copy. (20)

1624.

N N M # 4 4 . Hill, G e o r g e F. On T h e Coins Of N a r b o n e n s i s With Iberian I n s c r i p t i o n s . (New York, 1930). 39 pages, 6 plates. Detailed work on these coins related to the Spanish Celtiberian series. Cardcovers. New. (20)

1625.

1617.

Sinnigen, William G. and Arthur E.R. Boak. A History of Rome T o AD 5 6 5 . (New York, 1977). 557 pages. Hardcover. Very fine copy. (20)

NNM #45. Beiden, Bauman L. A Mint In New York. (New York, 1930). 4 0 pages, 4 plates. Details a plan in the mid 1800's to build a United States branch mint in New York City. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (20)

1618.

Sutherland, C.H.V. A r t In Coinage. (London, 1955). 223 pages, 46 plates throughout text. A survey of coinage from an artistic viewpoint from ancient to modem times. Hardbound. Fine copy. (15)

1626.

NNM #46. Newell, Edward T. The Küchük Kohne Hoard. (New York, 1931). 33 pages, 3 plates. Details a hoard found in central Anatolia in early 1930 of 28 coins of Sinope, Amisos and Tarsos circa late 4th century BC. Cardcovers. New. (15)

1619.

The Numismatic C h r o n i c l e . Annual Journal of the British Royal Numismatic Society. 14 Volumes; 1967 through 1980. Around a dozen articles in each volume, mostly on ancients. 300 to 500 pages and 15 to 38 plates per volume. Hardbound. All are out of print. All are new or clean used copies. (250)

1627.

NNM #49. Bellinger, Alfred R. Two Roman Hoards From D u r a - E u r o p o s . (New York, 1931). 66 pages, 17 plates. Details two hoards found by the Yale Expedition to DuraEuropos on the Euphrates during 1928-1929. Hoards consisted of Antiochene tetradrachmae and antoniniani of primarily the period of Caracalla to Gallienus. Cardcovers. New. (30)

1620.

The N u m i s m a t i s t . A n c i e n t and M e d i e v a l Coins: S e l e c t i o n s f r o m T h e N u m i s m a t i s t . (Racine, 1960). 318 pages, photos and illustrations throughout text. This is a reprint volume of 48 articles from The Numismatist including many definitive works such as Col. James W. Curtis' "Coinage of Domitius Domitianus." Hardbound. Fine copy. (15)

1628.

NNM #52. Ravel, Oscar. Corinthian H o a r d s (Corinth and Arta). (New York, 1932). 27 pages, 3 plates. Details two hoards of primarily Corinthian style staters: the first found near Corinth just after the earthquake of 1928, and the second found in 1929 near the river at Arta in Ambracia. Cardcovers. New. (20)

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N N M #55. Bellinger, Alfred R. The Third and Fourth D u r a H o a r d s . (New York, 1932). 85 pages, 20 plates. Details two hoards found in Dura-Europos in 1930 that c o n s i s t e d of primarily R o m a n d e n a r i i and A n t i o c h e n e tetradrachmae. The periods covered by the two hoards are from N e r o to D i a d u m e n i a n , and from Vitellius to Macrinus. Cardcovers. New. (20)

y!630.

N N M #57. Campbell, William. Greek And Roman Plated C o i n s . (New York, 1933). 174 pages, plated throughout. Details the methodology of how the fourrée was made by métallo graphic examinations. A must for the serious classical numismatist. Cardcovers. New but covers lightly stained. (40)

1631.

NNM #58. Newell, Edward T. The Fifth Dura Hoard. (New York, 1933). 14 pages, 2 plates. Details a hoard of 29 coins found on November 15, 1930 at Dura consisting primarily of Antiochene tetradrachmae of both the Seleucid and Roman periods. Cardcovers. New. (15)

V1632.

1633.

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1635.

N N M #72. Walker, John. The Coinage Of The Second S a f f a r i d D y n a s t y in S i s t a n . (New York, 1936). 46 pages, 5 plates. Cardcovers. New. (15)

W 640.

NNM #74. Crosby, Margaret and Grace, Emily. An Achaean L e a g u e H o a r d . (New York, 1936). 44 pages, 4 plates. Details a hoard of primarily Achaean League triobols bought in Athens in 1929. Cardcovers. New. (20)

4 641.

N N M #77. Torrey, Charles C. Aramaic Graffiti On Coins Of D e m a n h u r . (New York, 1937). 13 pages, 2 plates. Discusses the appearance of Aramaic graffiti on Alexander tetradrachmae from the Demanhur, Egypt hoard. Cardcovers. New. (15) 4642‫־‬. N N M #87. M i l e s , G e o r g e C. V a l i d a t e d By A l - W a l i d . (New York, 1939). 11 pages, 1 plate. Cardcovers. New. (10)

N N M #60. N e w e l l , E d w a r d T. T w o H o a r d s From M i n t u r n o . (New York, 1933). 38 pages, 5 plates. Details two hoards discovered at Minturnae (Minturno): the first consisting of Roman Republican Bronze coins and the second of late imperial bronze coins from Constans to Valentinian ΠΙ. Cardcovers. New. (15) N N M #62. Milne, J.G. The Melos Hoard of 1907. (New York, 1934). 19 pages, photo in text. Details the Melos Hoard which consisted of 79 coins, including specimens of 31 distinct types, most of which were previously unknown to numismatists before the hoard's discovery. Cardcovers. New. (25) NNM (New coins coins

#64. Newell, Edward T. A Hoard From Siphnos. York, 1934). 17 pages, 1 plate. Details a hoard of 30 found on the island of Siphanto (Siphnos) including four of Siphnos itself. Cardcovers. New. (15)

NNM #65. Sutherland, C.H.V. R ο m a η ο - Β r i t is h I m i t a t i o n s of B r o n z e C o i n s of C l a u d i u s I. ( N e w York, 1935). 35 pages, 7 double plates, 1 single plate. Discusses the many "barbarous" bronze coins found in England that are imitative of the issues of Claudius. Cardcovers. New. (25)

1636.

N N M #67. M o s s e r , S a w y e r M c A . A Bibliography of B y z a n t i n e Coin Hoards. (New York, 1935). 116 pages. Useful for the serious Byzantinist. Cardcovers. New. (20)

1637.

NNM #68. Newell, Edward T. Five Greek Bronze Coin H o a r d s . (New York, 1935). 67 pages, 9 plates. Details five bronze hoards from Euboea, Epidaurus, Mytilene, Magnesia Ad Maeandrum and Ptolemaic Egypt. Cardcovers. New. (15)

1638.

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NNM #69. Bellinger, Alfred R. The Sixth, Seventh and Tenth Dura Hoards. (New York, 1935). 75 pages, 5 plates. Details three more hoards from the Dura excavations by Yale which again consist primarily of Roman Syria tetradrachmae and imperial denarii. Cardcovers. New. (15)

1643.

N N M # 1 1 1 . M i l e s , G e o r g e C. E a r l y A r a b i c Glass W e i g h t s and S t a m p s . (New York, 1948). 168 pages, 14 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (10)

1644.

N N M # 1 1 2 . Hill, Philip V. " B a r b a r o u s Radiates" I m i t a t i o n s of T h i r d - C e n t u r y R o m a n C o i n s . (New York, 1949). 44 pages, 4 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (15)

1645.

N N M # 1 1 3 . Frye, Richard N. N o t e s On T h e Early C o i n a g e of T r a n s o x i a n a . (New York, 1949). 49 pages. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (10)

1646.

N N M #114. Dillistin, William H. Bank Note Reporters and C o u n t e r f e i t D e t e c t o r s 1 8 2 6 - 1 8 6 6 . ( N e w York, 1949). 175 pages, 8 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (15)

1647.

N N M #115. Eklund O.P. and Sydney P. Noe. H a c i e n d a T o k e n s of M e x i c o . (New York, 1949). 46 pages, 22 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (10)

1648.

N N M #116. Grant, Michael. Aspects Of The Principate Of Tiberius. (New York, 1950). Includes separate volume of Key to Plates. 199 pages, 8 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (20)

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NNM #117. Torrey, Charles C. Gold Coins of Khokand a n d Bu k h a r a . (New York, 1950). 37 pages, 1 plate. Cardcovers. New. (15)

1650.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. As New.

1651.

NNM #118. Miles, George C. Rare Islamic Coins. (New York, 1950). 138 pages, 10 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (15)

1652.

N N M #119. Seyrig, Henri. Notes on Syrian Coins. (New York, 1950). 35 pages, 2 plates. Includes several important chapters on the coinage of Tryphon. Cardcovers. New. (20)

1653.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. As New.

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1655. -‫׳‬1656.

NNM #120. Miles, George C. Early Arabic Glass W e i g h t s and S t a m p s . (New York, 1951). 60 pages, 4 plates. Cardcovers. New. (15) Same as previous. Cardcovers. New.

1657.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. As New.

1658.

NNM #122. Yü-Ch'üan, Wang. Early Chinese Coinage. (New York, 1951). 254 pages, 55 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (25)

1659.

NNM #123. Levi, Annalina Calé. Barbarians On Roman Imperial Coins and Sculpture. (New York, 1952). 56 pages, 17 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (10)

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NNM #141. Miles, George C. Contributions To Arabic M e t r o l o g y I. Early A r a b i c Glass W e i g h t s and Measure Stamps Acquired by the ANS 1951-1956. (New York, 1958). 124 pages, 13 plates. Cardcovers. New. (15)

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NNM #143. Miles, George C. Excavation Coins From The Persepolis Region. (New York, 1959). 124 pages, 21 plates & map. Details coins from various finds in Persepolis in southern Iran which consisted primarily of Sasanian and Islamic coins. Cardcovers. New. (15)

1671.

NNM #145. Cox, D.H. Coins From The Excavations at C u r i u m , 1932-1953. (New York, 1959). 125 pages, 10 plates. Details coins excavated under the auspices of the University Museum of Philadelphia at Curium on the south coast of Cyprus. Coins from the Greek period to the Venetian occupation are catalogued. Cardcovers. New. (15)

‫׳‬1672.

NNM #148. Adelson, Howard L. and Kustas, George L. A Bronze Hoard Of The Period Of Zeno I. (New York, 1962). 89 pages, 1 plate. Cardcovers. As New. (20)

(15)

NNM #121. Miles, George C. Fatimid Coins In The Collections of the University Museum, Philadelphia, and the American Numismatic Society. (New York, 1951). 51 pages, 6 plates. Cardcovers. As New. (15)

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N N M #124. Robinson, David M. A Hoard of Silver Coins From Carystus. (New York, 1952). 62 pages, 6 plates. Details a hoard of 92 coins found on the slopes of Mt. Ocha, the ancient site of Carystus, and included 37 Carystian staters. Cardcovers. As New. (20)

1673.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. As New.

(20)

1674.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. Very fine copy.

(10)

1675.

NNM #150. Miles, George C. Contributions To Arabic M e t r o l o g y II. Early Arabic Glass W e i g h t s and M e a s u r e S t a m p s in the Benaki M u s e u m , Athens, and the Peter Ruthven Collection, Ann Arbor. (New York, 1963). 64 pages, 11 plates. Cardcovers. New. (10)

1676.

NNM #151. Caley, Earle R. Orichalcum And Related Ancient Alloys: Origin, Composition and Manufacture with Special Reference to the Coinage of the Roman Empire. (New York, 1964). 115 pages. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (15)

1661.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. As New.

1662.

NNM #125. Noe, Sydney P. The Pine Tree Coinage of Massachusetts. (New York, 1952). 48 pages, 11 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (25)

1663.

NNM #127. Scott, Kenneth. Counterfeiting In Colonial N e w Y o r k . (New York, 1953). 222 pages, 13 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (20)

(1664.

NNM #129. Caley, Earle R. Chemical Composition of Parthian C o i n s . (New York, 1955). 104 p a g e s . Cardcovers. New. (15)

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V1665.

NNM #130. Lang, David M. Studies In The Numismatic History of Georgia In T r a n s c a u c a s i a . (New York, 1955). 138 pages, 15 plates, one fold-out map. Discusses the entire numismatic history of Georgia which extended over a two thousand year period. Cardcovers. New. (25)

NNM #152. Tomasini, Wallace J. The Barbaric Tremissis In Spain And S o u t h e r n France: A n a s t a s i u s To Leovigild. (New York, 1964). 302 pages, 35 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (15)

1678.

NNM #153. Boyce, Aline Abaecherli. Festal and Dated Coins of the Roman Empire: Four Papers. (New York, 1965). 102 pages, 15 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (15)

1679.

NNM #154. Caley, Earle R. Metrological Tables. (New York, 1965). 122 pages of tables. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (10)

680.

NNM #155. Williams, Roderick T. The Confederate Coinage Of The Arcadians In The Fifth Century B.C. (New York, 1965). 141 pages, 14 plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (20)

1681.

N N M #156. Eddy, Samuel K. The Minting of Antoniniani AD 238-249 and the Smyrna Hoard. (New York, 1967). 133 pages, 7 double plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (15)

(20)

"4666.

NNM #136. Noe, Sydney P. Two Hoards of Persian Sigloi. (New York, 1956). 44 pages, 15 plates. The second hoard described contained 212 half-staters of Croesus of the (20) confronted lion and bull type. Cardcovers. New.

11667.

NNM #137. Buttrey, Theodore V., Jr. The Triumviral Portrait Gold Of The Quattuorviri Monetales Of 42 B.C. (New York, 1956). 69 pages, 9 plates. A definitive study. Cardcovers. New. (15)

M668.

N N M # 1 3 9 . Grabar, Oleg. The C o i n a g e Of The Tulunids. (New York, 1957). 78 pages, 3 plates. Discusses the Tulunids of Egypt (868-905) and their coinage. Cardcovers. New. (15)

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1682.

N N M #157. Fagerlie, Joan M. Late Roman And B y z a n t i n e S o l i d ! F o u n d In S w e d e n A n d D e n m a r k . (New York, 1967). 213 pages, 33 plates. Cardcovers. New. (15)

1683.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. Very fine copy.

(10)

1684.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. Very fine copy.

(10)

1685.

NNM #158. Morrison, Karl F. with the collaboration of Henry Grunthal. C a r o l i n g i a n C o i n a g e . (New York, 1967). 465 pages, 48 plates, 3 fold-out maps. O n e of the standard references for this area. Cardcovers. New. (50)

1686.

Auction

Same as previous. Cardcovers. New.

1688.

NNM #160. Miles, George C. The Coinage of The Arab A m i r s of Crete. (New York, 1970). 86 pages, 9 plates. Cardcovers. New. (15)

1689.

Same as previous. Cardcovers. New.

1690.

NNM #161. Mac Dowall, David W. The Western Coinages Of Nero. (New York, 1979). 256 pages, 25 plates. A standard reference on the series. Cardcovers. Very fine copy. (30)

(15)

American Numismatic Society Museum Notes The annual "journal" of the ANS which contains articles on various facets of numismatics by some of the top experts in their respective fields. A must for the serious classical numismatist. 1691.

M u s e u m N o t e s 11. (New York, plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy.

1964). 335 pages, 59 (20)

1692.

M u s e u m N o t e s 12. (New York, plates. Cardcovers. Fine copy.

1966). 2 3 2 pages, 59 (30)

1693.

M u s e u m N o t e s 13. (New York, plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy.

1967). 2 5 0 pages, 49 (20)

1694.

M u s e u m N o t e s 16. (New York, plates. Cardcovers. Very fine copy.

1970): 188 pages, 38 (20)

1695.

M u s e u m N o t e s 20. (New York, plates. Cardcovers. Fine copy.

1975). 174 pages, 26 (30)

1696.

M u s e u m N o t e s 27. (New York, 1982). 244 pages, 32 plates. Includes John H. Oakley's study - "The Autonomous Wreathed Tetradrachms of Kyme, Aeolis. "Cardcovers. As New. (30)

1698.

N u m i s m a t i c Fine Arts, Inc. A u c t i o n X V I . (December 2, 1985). New York. Ancient Coins. 613 lots. Paper covers. Very fine copy without prices realized. (15)

1700.

(15)

1 687.

Ars Classica No. 1. C a t a l o g u e De M o n n a i e s G r e c q u e s A n t i q u e s P r o v e n a n t De La C o l l e c t i o n de feu le Prof. S. Pozzi. (March 14, 1921 but actually held on April 4, 1921). Lucerne. 3334 lots. (1966 reprint of original). One of the most important private collections ever offered for sale. Hardbound. Fine copy with library markings and stamps. (75)

Î&#x203A;699.

N N M #159. T h o m p s o n , Margaret. T h e Agrinion H o a r d . (New York, 1968). 130 pages, 56 plates. Details a hoard of 1,355 coins found in 1959 near Agrinion in western Aetolia. T h e hoard contained Greek coins from S icy on, Argos, Chalcis, Athens, Megalopolis, the Achaean League and other Greek cities. Cardcovers. New. (15)

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1697.

N u m i s m a t i c Fine Arts, Inc. A u c t i o n XX. (March 9-10, 1988). Beverly Hills. Featuring a Collection of Roman Portrait Coins and Greek Coins. 829 lots. Paper covers. New. (15) S o t h e b y & C o . T h e B r a n d C o l l e c t i o n . [Part 3 ] Greek and Roman Coins. (Zurich, 9 June 1983). 469 lots, 2 color plates, 7 plates of enlargements. Cardcovers. Very fine copy with photocopy of prices realized. (20)


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