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This is a mail bid auction c o n d u c t e d by C l a s s i c a l N u m i s m a t i c G r o u p , I n c . B i d d i n g in the a u c t i o n c o n s t i t u t e s acceptance of the f o l l o w i n g terms and c o n d i t i o n s : 1. The property listed in this catalogue is offered for sale by C N G , I n c . ( t h e a u c t i o n e e r s ) a s agents for various owners and other c o n s i g n o r s . We r e s e r v e the right to withdraw any lot b e f o r e the close of the sale. 2.

All lots are s u b j e c t to a l O % B u y e r ' s f e e on the h a m m e r p r i c e .

3. All coins are g u a r a n t e e d g e n u i n e and as d e s c r i b e d based on the most c u r r e n t i n f o r m a t i o n a v a i l a b l e to cataloguer. Grading is a s u b j e c t i v e art. Every e f f o r t has been made to be c o n s e r v a t i v e in our grading. P l e a s e t h a t an a u c t i o n s a l e is n o t an a p p r o v a l s a l e . Lots e x a m i n e d prior to the sale may not be r e t u r n e d for except a u t h e n t i c i t y . E s t i m a t e s given by the auctioneers are intended as a guide only and not as a s t a t e m e n t of value.

the note any reason opinion of

4. T e r m s are for cash, with invoices being due and p a y a b l e immediately upon r e c e i p t and the auctioneers reserve the right to c h a r g e i n t e r e s t on any o v e r d u e p a y m e n t on i n v o i c e s not s e t t l e d within 30 days of the sale d a t e . P a y m e n t by check must be m a d e in e i t h e r US ($) or B r i t i s h (ÂŁ) f u n d s and drawn on an United States or B r i t i s h b a n k . All s u c c e s s f u l bidders o u t s i d e of N o r t h A m e r i c a and the United Kingdom will be charged an a d d i t i o n a l $ 15 fee for bank c h a r g e s . Visa and M a s t e r c a r d ( A c c e s s ) may be used to pay your b i l l , h o w e v e r , a 3.5% s u r c h a r g e is m a d e for the use of your credit card, our cost f r o m the b a n k . 5. B i d d e r s not k n o w n to us must p r o v i d e us with s a t i s f a c t o r y credit r e f e r e n c e s and/or pay the f u l l p u r c h a s e price or a deposit as d e t e r m i n e d at the a u c t i o n e e r ' s d i s c r e t i o n b e f o r e d e l i v e r y of lots. M i n o r s are f o r b i d d e n f r o m b i d d i n g without a p a r e n t ' s s i g n a t u r e on the bid s h e e t . 6. E s t i m a t e s a r e in U . S . d o l l a r s ( $ U S ) a n d p l e a s e bid in e v e n d o l l a r ($) a m o u n t s . M a i l Bidder Protection. You may submit bids with c o n f i d e n c e . W h e r e competition permits, your bids will be executed at 10% over the next highest bid. Please note, that most bids below estimate are rarely reduced, due to heavy c o m p e t i t i o n . If you bid over estimate, chances are that your bids will be reduced. In the case of tie bids - the bid received earliest wins. Bid by lot number. No lots will be b r o k e n . 7. A word o n R e s e r v e s . I f a lot is reserved, it will not be in excess of the estimate. Check your bid sheets c a r e f u l l y . The seller c a n n o t a s s u m e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y for e r r o r s m a d e by b i d d e r s . 8. Buyers accepting commission bids from other parties do so at their own risk and will remain responsible to the auctioneers for full settlement per the terms of sale for this auction. Buyers shall not be entitled to remove lots from the auction room d u r i n g the c o u r s e of the auction w i t h o u t the prior p e r m i s s i o n of the a u c t i o n e e r . 9. Sales Tax and p o s t a g e and h a n d l i n g are added to all i n v o i c e s where a p p r o p r i a t e . P o s t a g e and h a n d l i n g for any book lots will be invoiced s e p a r a t e l y at the a u c t i o n e e r ' s cost. 10.

Prices R e a l i s e d are p u b l i s h e d shortly a f t e r the sale and m a i l e d to all b i d d e r s who have p a r t i c i p a t e d in the sale.

11. If you bid in this sale, you accept the terms as outlined above. Any legal d i s p u t e s that m i g h t arise will be handled in the courts of L a n c a s t e r C o u n t y , P e n n s y l v a n i a .

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A Specialized Collection of Armenian & Related Coinage From Ancient to Medieval Times The Armenian Kingdom of Sophene 5. Tigranes I. 123-96 BC. JE 15mm (4.31 gm). Head of king left wearing Armenian tiara /Zeus Nikephoros seated to left, holding wreath (?) and resting left hand on sceptre, infieldΛ, inscriptions indistinct. Bedoukian CAA 4. Fine, green patina. Rare. ($100)

1. Arsames I of Sophene. Circa 240 BC. JE 16mm (3.51 gm). Bust right wearing conical tiara / Kingridingrighton horseback, attendant before. Bedoukian, "Coinage of the Aimenian Kingdoms of Sophene and Commagene," ANSMN 28,3. Fine. Very Rare. ($150)

6. Tigranes Π, the Great 95-56 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.63 gm). Antioch mint Bust of Tigranes draped right, wearing Armenian tiara, adorned with an eightpointed star flanked by two eagles looking back, fillet border / Tyche of Antioch, draped and wearing a turreted crown, seated right on a rock, holding a palm branch in right hand; at her feet, therivergod Orontes swimming right, ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ Iii PANOY, monogram on rock, AP monogram in field; all within laurel wreath. Bedoukian CAA 17. VF+. ($1000)

2. Abdissares of Sophene. Circa 210 BC. JE 17mm (7.58 gm). Draped and bearded bust right / Eagle standing right. Bedoukian ANSMN 28,16, with uncertain countermark on obverse; Alram 174. Fine. Very Rare. ($200)

The Artaxiads of Armenia The Artaxiad Kingdom of Aimenia was founded by one Artaxias (or Artashes), the son of Zariadres who was the satrap of the kingdom of Sophene in southern Armenia. Artaxias, at the instigation of Antiochos ΠΙ of Seleukid Syria, led a suecessful coup against the Orontid king of Greater Armenia, Orontes IV (212-200 BC). When Antiochos was defeated convincingly by the Romans at Magnesia in 191 BC, Artaxias and Zariadres made the most of the situation by declaring their respecdve kingdoms independent. This new found status was confirmed in the Roman Senate by the Treaty of Apameia in 188 BC, thus forging an Armenian relationship with Rome which would prove troublesome in futurerelationswith both Syria and Parthia. The Artaxiad kingdom of Armenia would reach its zenith under the rule of Artaxias' grandson, Tigranes Π the Great, who would also rule the Seleukid kingdom of Syria for fourteen years. (For more information on the Artaxiads and their coinage see Paul Z. Bedoukian, Coinage of the Artaxiads of Armenia, Royal Numismatic Society Special Publication No. 10 [London, 1978]; available from CNG for a limited time at the special price of $35). Bedoukian'sreferencewill be abbreviated below as CAA.

7. Tigranes II, the Great. 95-56 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.89 gm). Antioch mint. Same type as previous; TP monogram in field. Bedoukian CAA 17. VF+, nice metal for issue. ($1000)

8. Tigranes II, the Great 95-56 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.40 gm). Antioch mint. Same type as previous; Θ in field. Bedoukian CAA 19. VF, metal a little porous. ($1000)

3. Tigranes 1.123-96 BC. JE 18mm (3.39 gm). Head of king left, wearing indistinct Armenian tiara, overstmck with APK to left / A branch between legends, left BAQAEWC ΜΕΓΑΛΟΥ,rightindistinct. Bedoukian CAA 3. Near Kne, green patina. Rare. ($100)

4. Tigranes 1.123-96 BC. JE 18mm (3.66 gm). Head of king left, wearing indistinct Armenian tiara / Branch between legends, left indistinct, right 1 11 PANOY. Bedoukian CAA 3 variety (no APK in obversefield).Near Fine, green patina. Rare.

9. Tigranes II, the Great 95-56 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.58 gm). Antioch mint. Same type as previous; +P monogram on rock, ΙΩ monogram in field. Bedoukian CAA -; BMC -. VF, metal slightly porous. ($750)

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15. Tigranes II, the Great. 95-56 BC. JE One Chalkos (2.15 gm). Antioch mint. Bustrightwearing Armenian tiara, border of dots / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ 1ΊΓΡΑΝ0Υ, comucopiae to theright;infieldbelow, A. Bedoukian CAA 104. Good VF, dark green patina. ($75) 10. Tigranes Π, the Great 95-56 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.58 gm). Antioch mint. Same type as previous; A on rock. Bedoukian CAA -; BMC -. VF+, nice metal quality. ($1000)

16. Tigranes II, the Great 95-56 BC. JE One Chalkos (2.58 gm). Antioch mint. Bust right wearing Armenian tiaia, border of dots / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΤΊΓΡΑΝΟΥ, comucopiae to the left, below ΔΗ. Bedoukian CAA 106. VF, dark green patina. ($75)

11. Tigranes Π, the Great. 95-56 BC. AR Drachm (4.15 gm). Antioch mint Bust of Tigranes drapedright,wearing Armenian tiara, adorned with an eight-pointed star flanked by two eagles looking back, fillet bonder / Tyche of Antioch, draped and wearing a turreted crown, seated right on arock,holding a palm branch in right hand; at her feet, the river god Orontes swimming right, ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ‫־‬ΠΓΡΑΝΟ Y, SA H before Tyche. Bedoukian CAA 75. Toned VF. Very Rare. ($1500)

17. Tigranes II, the Great. 95-56 BC. JE Half Chalkos (2.11 gm). Antioch mint. Bustrightwearing Armenian tiara, borderof dots / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΤΙΓΡΑΝΟΥ, head of wheat. Bedoukian CAA 107. VF, daik green patina. ($75) 18. Tigranes Π, the Great 95-56 BC. Lot of two (2). JE Half Chalkos (1.73 gm & 1.49 gm). Antioch mint. Bust right wearing Armenian tiara, border of dots / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΤΊΓΡΑΝΟΥ, head of wheat. Bedoukian CAA 107. Both Fine, with dark green patina. ($100)

12. Tigranes II, the Great 95-56 BC. JE Four Chalkoi (5.95 gm). Antioch mint Bustrightwearing Armenian tiara, border of dots / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΤΊΓΡΑΝΟΥ, Tyche of Antioch seated right, river god Orontes below, Δ to left of palm, Η over A to right. Bedoukian CAA 94 variant (location of Δ). Good VF, dark green patina with earthen highlights. Rare this nice. ($200) 19. Tigranes II, the Great 95-56 BC. JE Four Chalkoi (5.19 gm). Damascus mint. Bust of Tigranesrightin Armenian tiara / Β ΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΤΙΓΡΑΝΟΥ, Nike advancing left, with outstretched left hand holding wreath, ΔΗΜ below. Bedoukian CAA 114. VF, dark green patina. ($125) 20. Tigranes Π, the Great 95-56 BC. Lot of two (2). JE Four Chalkoi (5.95 gm & 6.18 gm). Damascus mint Same type as previous. Bedoukian CAA 114. Both near VF, dark green patina. ($150) 13. Tigranes II, the G r e a t 95-56 BC. JE Two Chalkoi (5.39 gm). Antioch mint. Bustrightwearing Armenian tiara, border of dots / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ 1 11 PANOY, bearded, nude Herakles standing left with club, A behind, TP monogram infield. Bedoukian CAA 99. Good VF, dark green patina. ($100) 21. Tigranes Π, the GreaL 95-56 BC. JE Two Chalkoi (3.22 gm). Damascus mint Bust of Tigranes right in Armenian tiara, A behind head / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ Ώ Γ PANOY, Nike advancing left, with outstretched left hand. Bedoukian CAA 120. VF, green patina. ($ ! 00)

14. Tigranes Π, the Great 95-56 BC. JE Two Chalkoi (4.57 gm). Antioch mint. Bust right wearing Armenian tiara, border of dots / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ - ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΉΓΡΑΝΟΥ, bearded, nude Herakles standing left wilh club, A behind, ΔΗ in exergue. Cf. Bedoukian CAA 99, unlisted field letters. Good VF, dark green patina. ($100)

22. Tigranes II, the Great 95-56 BC. JE Two Chalkoi (5.06 gm). Damascus mint. Bust of Tigranes right in Armenian tiara / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΤΊΓΡΑΝΟΥ, palm branch curved to left. Bedoukian CAA 121. F/VF, green patina. ($ 100)

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23. Tigranes Π, the Great 95-56 BC. JE One Chalkos (3.92 gm). Damascus mint Bust of Tigranesrightin Annenian tiara / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΤΊΓΡΑΝΟΥ, Tripod surmounted by holmos. Bedoukian CAA 122. Near VF, green patina. ($75)

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29. Artavasdes Π. 56-34 BC. JE Four Chalkoi (8.78 gm). Bust of Artavasdes Π right wearing Annenian tiara / ΒΑΟΛΕΩΟ to right, ΒΑΟΛΕΩΝ ΑΡΤΑΥΑΖΔΟΥ to left, Nike advancing left Bedoukian CAA 132. Near VF, rough, heavy green patina. Scarce. ($150)

24. Tigranes Π, the Great 95-56 BC. JE One Chalkos (3.78 gm). Damascus mint Bust of Tigranes right in Aimenian tiara / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΤΙΓΡΑΝΟΥ, Tripod surmounted by holmos. Bedoukian CAA 122. Good VF/Near Fine, green patina. ($75)

30. Tigranes III. 20-8 BC. JE Two Chalkoi (4.83 gm). Head of kingrightwearing an Annenian tiara / [Ή]ΓΡΑ[ΝΟΥ] reading upwards to the right of dove standing left Bedoukian CAA 138. VF, dark red-brown patina. ($125)

25. Tigranes Π, the Great 95-56 BC. JE One Chalkos ( 1.94 gm). Uncertain mint Bust of Tigranes right in Armenian tiara / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΤΙΓΡΑΝΟΥ, Horse grazing right. Bedoukian CAA -; BMC Foss, "Coinage of Tigranes the Great", NC 1986, no. 105 (pl.7). VF, green patina. Rare. ($100)

31. Tigranes IV. 8-5 BC. JE Two Chalkoi (4.67 gm). Head of Kingright,wearing Annenian tiara / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΤΙΓΡΑΝΟΥ to right, ΜΕΓΑΛΟΥ to left of Nike advancingright,holding wreath and cornucopia. Bedoukian CAA 148. Near Fine. Rare. ($100)

26. Mithridates I, Kallinikos of Commagene. 96-70 BC. JE 15mm (5.08 gm). Eagle standing right, palm behind / Legend dividing palm frond. Bedoukian ANSMN2S, 23; Alram 245. Near VF. Scarce. ($125) 32. Tigranes IV. 8-5 BC. JE Four Chalkoi (7.18 gm). Head of Kingrightwearing Armenian tiara / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ‫־‬ΠΓΡΑΝΟΥ to right, ΜΕΓΑΛΟΥ to left of Herakles standing with long club (?) and lion's skin. Bedoukian CAA 153. Fine. Rare. ($150)

27. Mithridates Π of Commagene. After 70 BC. A· 24mm (12.78 gm). Bust of Mithridatesrightwearing Armenian tiara / lion prowling right Bedoukian ANSMN 28,-;Alram 247. Poor. Very Rare. ($75)

33. Tigranes IV. 8-5 BC. Αϊ One Chalkos (2.05 gm). Head of King right wearing Annenian tiara/Eagle facing left. Bedoukian CAA 156.Fine. ($75)

28. Aretas Π of Nabataea. Circa 110-96 BC. JE 15mm (2.98 gm). Helmeted head right / Winged Nike standing half-left, holding uncertain object in left hand and wreath withright;in left field, crescent and L (or A). Meshorer 1. Good Fine, dark green patina. Scarce. ($100) 34. Tigranes V. Circa 6 AD. JE 25mm (14.23 gm). BACIAEYC ΜΕΓΑΟ NEOC TITPANHC, bust of youthful Tigranes right, wearing stylized Armenian tiara / [KA]ICAP 0EOC ΘΕΟΥ [YIOC CEBACTOC], head of Augustus left. Bedoukian CAA 167.NearFine. Extremely Rare. ($1500)

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39. ROME. Lucius Verus. 161-169 AD. AR Denarius (3.30gm). Struck 163165 AD. L VERVS AVG ARMENIACVS, bare head right / PM TRP ΠΙ IMP Π COS Π, in exergue ARMEN; Armenia, with peaked cap, seated left in attitude of sadness, left hand rests on bow and quiver, before her, vexillum and shield. RIC ΠΙ 501; RSC 6; BMC 239. Fine. ($100)

35. Anonymous. Circa IstCentury BC- 1st Century AD. /E21mm(9.74gm). Armenian tiara, star behind, Δ infieldbefore / Horse right Cf. Hirsch 166 (1990), lot 533. VF, rough surfaces. Rare. ($200) This peculiar type has been appearing on the market for many years. Sofar its legends have defied translation.

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36. ROME. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. AV Aureus (7.79 gm). Bare head of Augustus right, AVGVSTVS below / ARMENIA CAPTA, Victory standing right, cutting throat of recumbent bull. RIC 1514; BMC 671. Very Fine. Rare and unusual. ($7500) ExNFAXIl (March23-24,1983), lot 153. The eastern pari of the Roman empire had long proved a difficult region to control. In 53 BC, Crassus was killed al Carrhae and Rome had lost ils legionary standards. The limits ofRoman might were severely tested. Keeping Armenia freefromParthian domination was of great importance to Augustus. When the Armenians asked for Rome's help in ridding them ofArtaxes in favor ofTigranes, Augustus sent Tiberius to deal with the matter. Ay a matter of course, the Armenians themselves removed Artaxes; Tiberius arriving late to be oflittle aid. However, the Romans, always one to use propaganda to their advantage, treated this 'victory' as a monumental diplomatic triumph. Tiberius "put on a lordly air, especially after sacrifices had been offered up to commemorate the event, as though he had accomplished something by martial prowess." (Dio, liv. 9).

40. ROME. Lucius Verus. 161-169 AD. jE Sestertius (29.71 gm).Stmck 163164 AD. L AVREL VERVS AVG ARMENIACVS, laureate head of Veras right/ REX· ARMENÏÏ DATVS IMP (DTR Ρ ΠΠ COS Π), S C in exergue; Veras seated left on low platform extendingrighthand; King Sohaemus standing left adjusting diadem on head; on platform beside Verus, the officers. RIC ΙΠ 1374; BMC 1099; RIC Hunter 80. Fine. Rare. ($400)

41. ROME. Lucius Verus. 161-169 AD. R As (9.11 gm). Struck 163-164 AD. L VERVS AVG ARMENIACVS, bare head right /TRP ΙΠΗΜΡ Π COS Π, in exergue ARMEN, S C across field; Armenia, wearing pointed cap, seated left in attitude of sadness, propping head on right hand; toright,trophy; to left, vexillum. RIC ΙΠ 1364; BMC U35;RICHunter78. VF,dark green patina. ($200) 37. ROME. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius (3.54 gm). Struck 19-18 BC. Bare head of Augustus tight / ARMENIA CAPTA, tiara, quiver and bowcase. BMC East 304; BMC Imperial 672; RSC 12. Fine, small banker's mark on obverse. Very Rare. ($500) 42. ROME. Hanniballianus, Rex Armeniacus. 335-337 AD. R Reduced Follis (0.92 gm). Constantinople mint. FL HANNIBALLIANO REGI, draped bust right / SECVRTTAS PVBUCA, the Euphratesrecliningright,holding sceptre. RIC VU! 147. Fine. Scarce. ($200) Hanniballianus was a nephew ofConslantine the Great. He was called Nobäissimus by his uncle Constant ine who appointed him prefect ofCappadocia and Armenia, and he governed these provinces with the title of Rex from 335 AD.

38. ROME. Marcus Aurelius. 161-180ADARDenarius(2.58gm).Strack 164-165 AD. ANTONINVS AVG ARMENIACVS, laureate bust right/PM TRP x v m IMP Π COS m , in exergue ARMEN; Armenia, with peaked cap, seated left in attitude of sadness, left hand rests on bow and quiver, before her, vexillum and shield. RIC ΠΙ81; RSC 7; BMC 274. Good VF. ($200) β


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Umayyad and Abbasid Coins Struck In Armenia Islamic-type coinage was struck in the area called Arminiya during the reign of the Umayyads and then the Abbasids. Arminiya was comprised of the central and northem parts of the Armenian mountain range, all of Caucasian Albania and the eastern parts of Georgia.

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48. Lot of Three Dirhems (3). AR Dirhem. Sulayman and Post-reform anonymous (2). Arminiya 97, 98 and 101 AH. Three line religious formula / Four line religious formula. All Fine. ($75)

49. ABBASIDS. 132-656 AH (750-1258 AD). Al-Mansur. 136-158 AH (754775 AD). AR Dirhem (2.90 gm). Arran mint, 145 AH. Three line religious formula /Three line religious formula. Toned VF. ($150) 43. UMAYYADS. AH 41-132 (661-750 AD). El-Walid bin Abd el-Malik. 86-96 AH (705-714 AD). AR Dirhem (2.37 gm). Arminiya, 94 AH. Three line religious formula / Four linereligiousformula. VF. ($200)

50. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (2.80 gm). Ananmint, 151 AH. Three line religious formula / Three linereligiousformula. Toned good VF. ($150) 44. Anonymous. AR Dirhem (2.13 gm). Arminiya, 95 AH. Three line religious formula / Four linereligiousformula. Toned near VF, clipped. ($ 100)

45. Anonymous. AR Dirhem (2.72 gm). Arminiya, 96 AH. Three line religious formula / Four line religious formula. Toned EF, flan a little ragged. ($150)

46. Sulayman. AR Dirhem (2.72 gm). Arminiya, 99 AH. Three line religious formula / Four linereligiousformula. VF. ($ 150)

47. Post Reform. Under Ishak Ibn Muslim, governor of Armenia. Ä-. Fais (3.10 gm). Three line religious formula / Three line religious formula. Near VF. Scarce. ($200) Ex Malier Auction 39 (Limille & Ainley) lot 677.

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51. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (2.82 gm). Arminiya mint, 143 AH. Three line religious formula /Three line religious formula. Good VF. ($150) First Abbasid coinsfromthis mini.

52. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (2.85 gm). Aiminiya mint, 145 AH. Three line religious formula/ Three linereligiousformula. Toned VF. ($100)

53. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (2.61 gm). Arminiya mint, 146 AH. Three line religious formula / Three line religious formula. Near VF. ($ 100)


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60. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (Z83 gm). Arminiya mint, 155 AH. Citing Hasan bin Kahtaba, Governor of Armenia. Three linereligiousformula / Three line religious formula. Good VF. ($ 150)

55. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (2.84 gm). Arminiya mint, 149 AH. Three line religious formula / Three line religious formula Nice VF. ($ 150) 61. Al-Mahdi. 158-169 AH (775-785 AD). AR Dirhem (2.87 gm). Arminiya mint, 162 AH. Three line religious formula / Four line religious formula. VF. ($100)

56. Al-Mansur. AR Diihem (2.73 gm). Arminiya mint, 151 AH. Three line religious formula / Three line religious formula. Nice VF. ($150)

62. Al-Mahdi. ARDirhem(2.87 gm). Aiminiyamint, 166 AH. Three line religious formula / Four line religious formula. VF. ($ 100)

57. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (2.70 gm). Arminiya mint, 152 AH. Three line religious formula /Three line religious formula. Good VF. ($150)

63. Al-Hadi. 169-170 AH (785-786 AD). AR Dirhem (2.87 gm). Al-Haruniya mint, 170 AH. Citing Ibrahim & Jarir. Three line religious formula / Six line formula. Nice VF. Scarce. ($ !50) 58. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (281 gm). Arminiyamint, 153 AH. Citing Bakkar in margin. Three linereligiousformula /Three linereligiousformula. VF, polished ($100)

59. Al-Mansur. AR Dirhem (2.81 gm). Arminiya mint, 154 AH. Three line religious formula/Threeline religious formula VF. ($150)

64. Al-Rashid. 170-193 AH (786-809 AD). AR Dirhem (2.75 gm). Arran mint, 185 AH. Citing Asad b. Yazid. Three line religious formula / Five line formula. NearEF. ( $ 2 00)


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70. Al-Mu'tamid. 256-279 AH (870-893- AD). AR Dirhem (2.88 gm). Arminiya mint, 276 AH. Three line religious formula / Five line formula. VF. ($125)

65. Al-Rashid. AR Dirhem (2.85 gm). Arran mint, 186 AH. Citing Asad b. Yazid. Three line religious formula / Five line formula. Near EF. ($200)

71. Lot ofTwo Dirhems(2). Al-Mahdi. 158-169 AH. AR Dirhem. Arminiya mint, 161 and 167 AH. The second citing ibn Khazim. Both near VF. ($75)

72. SELJUQS OF ERZURUM. Ilighril. Circa 585-618 AH (1189-1221). AR Duhem (3.15 gm). Erzunim mini, 608 AH. Five line formula / Five line formula. VF. ($75)

66. Al-Rashid. AR Dirhem (2.51 gm). Arran mint, 188 AH. Three line religious formula / Five line formula Toned VF. ($150)

73. SELJUQS OF RUM. Lot of Three Dirhems (3). Qilig Arslan IV. Second reign. 655-664 AH (1257-1266). AR Dirhem. Saras mint; 658,660 (this coin photographed) and 662 AH. Near EF. ($ 100)

67. Al-Rashid, as al-Mardi. AR Dirhem (2.73 gm). Al-Harumya mint, 170 AH. Citing Rajah. Three line religious formula / Five line formula. Toned VF. ($150)

74. ILHANID. Lot of 45 Pieces. (1) of Ghazan Mahamud, 694-703 AH (12951304), AR Dirhem, Urmimint; (4) of Uljaytu, 703-716 AH (1304-1316), AR 2 Dirhem, mints of Ahlat, Eijish, Erzerum and Erzingan; (30) of Abu Sa'id, 716-736 AD (1316-1335), AR 2 Diihem, mints of Ahlat, Barda, Baybirt, Birkri (Rare), Ercis (Rare), Erzenjan, Erzuram, Nakhjavan and Pol-e Aras; (4) of Muhammed, 736738 AH (1336-1338), AR Diihem, mints of Barda, Dkhanid, Khilat and Nakhjavan; (1) of Sau Beg, 739 AH (1338-1339), AR Diihem, mint of Barda; (5) of Sulayman, 739-744 AH (1339-1346), AR Dirhem, mints of Ahkat, Barda, Eijish and Nakjvaan. A comprehensive group for the specialist in this area. Grades range from Fine to EF. Many toned. ($650)

Rare Gold Dinar of al-Mutawakkil

AV 68. Al-Mutawakkil. 232-247 AH (847-861 AD). AVDinar(4.16gm). Arminiya mint, 246 AH. Four line religious formula / Four line formula. VF, slightly crinkled. Very Rare. ($2500) 75. ERETNID. Lot of Nine pieces (9). Muhammad b. Eretna. 736-753 AH (1335-1352). AR 2 Dirhem. Mints of Baybirt and Erzincan. This lot grades from Fine to EF. (Coin of Baybirt mint, 747AH photographed). ($250)

76. JALAYRID. Lot of Four pieces (4). Sultan Husayn. 776-784 AH (13741382). AR Dinar. Mints of Barda (this coin photographed), Nakhjawan, Salmas ($75) and Wastan. Grades from Fine to VF.

69. Al-Mu'tazz. 251-255 AH (866-869 AD). AR Dirhem (297 gm). Arminiya mint, 252 AH. Three line religious formula / Five line formula. Fine, two holes. Extremely rare. ($75) 6 1


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ID, 1115-1143 AH, AR Diihem, Irivan mint; (5) of ZAND, Karim Khan, 11661193 AH, AR Abbasi (one holed), Ganja mint, 2 counteimaiked "ra'ij"; (8) of CAUCASIA, Autonomous, (6) JE Qazbegi, (2) Ape in tree, (1) elephant, (1) camel, (2) lion in sun, (1 ) R Half Bisti, peacock, (1 ) Local Issue, JE Fais, sunface, all from the mint of Iravan. Interesting lot for the specialist. Grades from Poor to Very Fine.

($200) 77. QARA QOLUNLU & AQ QOLUNLLi. Lot of 5 pieces. (1) of Pir Budaq & Qara Yusuf, 814-821 AH, ARTanka, Urmiyamint; (3) of Hasan, 857-882 AH, AR Tanka, mint of Ani (one photographed); (1) of Ya'gub, 883-896 AH, AR Tanka, mint of Bidlis. Mostly Fine to VF. ($75)

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78. SAFAVID. Lot of 72 pieces. (9) of Tahmasp 1,930-984 AH, (3) AR Bisti, (2) AR Doshahi, (4) AR Pul, mints of Ganjeh, Iravan, and Nakhjavan; (3) of Muhammad, 985-996, AR 2 Shahi, mints of Ganja, Iravan and Nakhkavan; (2) of Abbas 1,995-1038, (1) AR Shahi, (1) AR Abbasi, mint of Iravan; (2) of Saß 1,10381052 AH, AR Abbasi, mints of Ganja and Iravan; (20)of Abbas Π, 1052-1077 AH, (15) AR Abbasi, (5) AR 5 Shahi (one possibly counterfeit), mints of Ganja and Iravan; (12) of Sulaman 1,1077-1105 AH, (9) AR Abbasi, (1) AR Muhammadi, (1) AR 4 Shahi, (1) AR Shahi, mints of Ganja, Iravan and Nakhjavan; (22) of Husayn, 1105-1135 AH, (19) AR Abbasi, (3) AR 5 Shahi, mints of Ganja, Iravan and Nakhjavan; (2) of Tahmasp Π, 1135-1145 AH, AR Abbasi, mints of Ganja and Nakhjavan. A comprehensive group for the specialist in this area. Grades range from Fine to EF. Many toned ($1200)

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83. Baron Roupen 1.1080-1095. JE 19mm (2.50 gm). Cross with circular legend (Servant of E...?) / Cross with circular legend (Servant of God?). Bedoukian, Coinage of Cilician Armenia (1979, Revised), la variety (legend arrangment). VF. Rare. ($500) A leading chieftain of the era was Roupen,founder of the Roupenian Dynasty, which ruled Cilicia for nearly three centuries and struck coins on its own bearing Armenian charactersfor the first time. Roupen established himself in the Cilician mountains circa 1080; he was succeeded by his son, Gosdantin I, in whose time the first wave of Crusaders arrived. The Armenians assisted these crusaders in the siege of Antioch. By the time ofTorosI, Armenians were playing important roles in the internal struggles of the Crusaders. They survived many setbacks and managed to consolidate their power by dynastic marriages with leading Crusaderfamilies.

79. AFSHARID. Nadir Shah. 1148-1160 AH. AR Abbasi (5.26 gm). Nakhjavan mint, 1149 AH. Type B. Good VF. Rare. ($75)

80. AFSHARID. Ibrahim. 1161-1162 AH. AR Abbasi (4.57 gm). Ganja mint, 1162 AH. Good VF. Rare. ($125)

84. Baron Toros 1.1100-1123. JE 15mm (2.17 gm). Legend (Toros of the Roupenians) with cross in center / Cross on three legs with legend in lower two quarters (The Cross of Christ Conquers). Bedoukian, Coinage of Cilician Armenia, 2a. Fine. Extremely Rare. ($750) Note the close similarity of this reverse type to the contemporary coppers of the Byzantine emperor Alexius I and Tancred of Antioch. The distinctive form of the three-legged cross seems individual to Toros I.

81. QAJAR. Lot of Three pieces (3). Fath'Ali Shah. (1) AV Toman (photographedX Yerevan mint; (2) AR Riyal, Iravan mint. Fine to Very Fine. ($175) 82. Lot of Twenty-five pieces (25). (1) of KHANS of Ganja, Muhammad Hasan, 1174-1198, AR Abbasi, Ganja mint; (1) of ILKHANID, Uljaytu, 13041316 AH, AR 2 Dirhem, Barda mint; (1) of AK-KUYUNLI, Uzun Hasan, 857882 AH, AR Dirhem, Ani (?) mint, Counterstamped Behtud; (1) of AFSHARID, Nadir Shah, 1736-1747 AD, AR 4 Shani, 1148 AH, Isfahan mint; (8)of OTTOMAN EMPIRE, (3) Murad ΙΠ, 982-1003 AH, (2) AR Akce, (1) AR Dirhem, Khanja mint, (1) Mehmet ΠΙ, 1003-1012, AR Akce, Khanja mint, (3) Ahmed 1,1012-1026, (1 ) Ar Dirhem, (1 ) AR Para, (1 ) AR Akce, mints of Khanja and Van, (1 ) Ahmed

85. Baron Lcvon II. 1187-1199. (Later became King Ixvon I). A· 24mm (3.75 gm). Knight in armour galloping left, legend around (Levon Servant of God) / Greek cross with annulets at the extremities and crescents in the quarters, legend around (Son of Stephen). Bedoukian, Coinage ofCilician Armenia, 4 variant (missing the banner). Near VF. Very Rare. ($750) 4 2


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The Armenian Kingdom: 1199-1375 [Arrangement of all coins follows Paul Z. Bedoukian, Coinage of Cilitian Armenia (Revised Edition, 1979), available from CNG for a limited time at $40. Bedoukian's reference will be abbreviated below as CCA]. Levon I (1199-1218). On the eve of the Third Crusade, Pope Clement HI asked Levon and the Armenian Caiholicos, Gregory IV, to extendfinancialand military help to the arriving crusaders. Levon sent an escort to the armies of the Emperor Frederick Barbarossa who was approaching Cilicia after settling his disputes with the Byzantine Emperor Isaac Π Angelus. Frederick had promised Levon a royal crown for his fidelity, but unfortunately he drowned while crossing the Calycadnus nearSeleucia. Levon, however, continued to support the crusaders. His army was present at the siege ci Akre and he joined Richard the lionheart in his conquest of Cyprus. For his loyal support, Levonreceivedhisroyalcrown. He was crowned at Tarsus on January 6,1199 by the Imperial Chancellor Conrad of Hildeshiem, under decree from the new Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI and Pope Clement III.Except for the coronation coins, Levon's coins seem to be modelled on the coins of the Emperor Henry VL The silver coins are called trams. Early on the silver content was veiy high. Later, these coins were gradually debased to a low silver content, with notable deterioration in execution.

89. AR Double Tram (5.47 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing mantle and holding fleur-de-lis in left hand and globus cmciger in right; foot resting on footstool, legend around / Crowned Hon to left, head facing, holding inrightpaw a patriarchal cross, cinquefoil in field. CCA 23. VF. Rare. ($300)

90. AR Double Tram (5.38 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing mantle and holding fleur-de-lis in left hand and globus cmciger in right; footrestingon footstool, legend around / Crowned lion to left, head facing ,hold ing in right paw a patriarchal cross, cinquefoil in field. CCA 23. EF. Rare. ($500) 86. Levon I. AR Double Tram (5.56 gm). Complete legend translates as: Levon King of All Armenians, By the Will of God. King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing mantle and holdingfleur-de-lisin left hand and globus cruciger in right; footrestingon footstool, legend around / Crowned Hon to left, head facing, hold ing in right paw a patriarchal cross, trefoil to left of tail CCA 17 variety (reverse inscription as 19). VF, double struck. Rare. ($300) 91. Half Double Tram (Z55 gm). Legends in various forms translates as : Levon King of Armenians, By the Will of God. King seated holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger, on throne ornamented with two lions / Crowned lion left with head facing, holding in paw patriarchal cross, no field marks. CCA 44. VF+, a Utile rough. ($125)

87. AR Double Tram (5.46 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing mantle and holding fleur-de-lis in left hand and globus cruciger in right; foot resting on footstool, pellet in right field, legend around / Crowned lion to left, head facing, holding in right paw a patriarchal cross, pellet below. CCA 20. NearEF. ($350)

88. AR Double Tram (5.57 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing mantle and holding fleur-de-lis in left hand and globus cruciger in right; foot resting on footstool, pellet in right field, legend around / Crowned lion to left, head facing, holding inrightpaw a patriarchal cross, pellet below. CCA 20. EF. ($500)

92. Half Double Tram (2.80 gm). King seated holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger, on throne ornamented with two lions / Crowned lion left with head facing, holding in pa w patriarchal cross, "h" before lion. CCA 54. Good VF. ($ 150)

93. Hal f Double Tram (2.59 gm). King seated holdingfleur-de-lisand globus cmciger, on throne ornamented with two lions / Crowned lion left with head facing, holding in paw patriarchal cross, "h" before lion. CCA 54. Toned good VF. ($150)


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94. Half Double Tram (2.58 gm). King seated holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger, on throne ornamented with two lions / Crowned lion left with head facing, holding in paw patriarchal cross. CCA 58. Toned good VF, crude die cutting on reverse. ($150)

95. Half Double Tram (2.69 gm). King seated holdingfleur-de-lisand globus cmciger, on throne ornamented with two lions / Crowned lion right with head facing, holding in paw patriarchal cross. CCA 67. Good VF. Very Rate. ($300)

96. AR Half Tram (1.35 gm). Legend translates as the half double tram. King enthroned facing, holding fleur-de-lis and globus craciger, throne ornamented with two lions / Two lionsrampant,back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 73. Toned good VF. Very Rare. ($300)

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100. Coronation Tram (2.60 gm). Legends translate in various abbreviated forms to: Levon King of Armenians, By the Will of God. Crowned king kneeling left, wearing royal mantle; his face nearly frontal and hands breast-high raised toward a standing figure of Virgin Orans to left; above, a ray emanating from a curve (sphere of heaven) toward king's head, pellet below raised hands / Crowned lion walking right, with patriarchal cross behind. CCA 80. VF. Very Rare. ($750) Coronation issues of Levon I are remarkable for their design as they were struck, only by him in celebration of his coronation and the beginning ofthe Armenian Kingdom. Debate between Bedoukian and Kouyoumdjian has been presented arguing who the obversefigureon the left represents. Bedoukian putsforward that this is a figure of Christ. Kouyoumdjian, we believe, more correctly states that the figure represents the Virgin Orans.

101. Coronation Tram (2.73 gm). Crowned king kneeling left, wearing royal mantle; his face nearly frontal and hands breast-high raised toward a standing figure of Virgin Orans to left; above, a ray emanating from a curve (sphere of heaven) toward king's head, letters in obverse field / Two lions rampant back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 82 variety (reverse cross = 路+.:). EF. ($150)

97. AR Half Tram (1.46 gm). King enthroned facing, holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger, throne ornamented with two lions / Two lions rampant, back-toback, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 73. Toned good VF. Very Rare. ($300) 102. Coronation Tram (2.76 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 83 variety (reverse legend). EF. ($150)

98. AR Half Tram (1.41 gm). King enthroned facing, holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger, throne ornamented with two lions / Two lions rampant, back-toback, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 75/74. Toned good VF. Very Rare. ($300) 103. Coronation Tram (2.84 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 84 variety (obverse of 84, reverse of 86). EF. ($150)

99. Coronation Tram (3.02 gm). Crowned king kneeling left, wearing royal mantle; his face nearly frontal and hands breast-high raised toward a standing figure of Vrrgin Orans to left; above, a ray emanating from a curve (sphere of heaven) toward king's head, pellet above raised hands / Crowned lion walking right, with patriarchal cross behind. CCA 78a variety (inscription obverse of 78a,reverseof 77b). VF. Very Rare. ($750)

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105. Coronation Tram (2.84 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 96 variant (reverse legend). Toned near EF. ($150)

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Coronation Tram (2.80 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 98. Good VF. ($125)

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112 Tram (2.95 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holdingfleur-de-lisand globus cmciger/ Two lionsrampant,back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 211. EF. ($100)

Coronation Tram (2.82gm). Sameasprevious type. CCA 110. VF. ($100)

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Tram (2.96 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 221b. EF, artistic execution.

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Coronation Tram (2.96 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 116. Good VF. ($125)

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114.

Tram (2.88 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 225. EF.

115.

Tram (2.65 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 227. Good VF.

116.

Tram (2.92 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 228. Good VF, rusty die. ($75)

109. Tram (3.04 gm). The legends in various abbreviated forms translates as: Levon King of All Armenians, By the Will of God. King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger / Two lions rampant, back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. With "Amen" inscription. CCA 124. EF. ($100)

110. Tram (2.84 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holdingfleur-de-lisand globus cruciger/ Two lions rampant, back-to-back, theirheads turned toward long cross between them. With "Amen" inscription. CCA 125. EF. ($100) ‫ ו‬5

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($100) 123. Tram (2.91 gm). King seaied on throne adorned with two lions, left foot turned inward, wearing crown and holding fleur-de-lis and globus cm ciger/Two 11ons rampant, back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 267. EF. ($100)

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124. Tram (3.04 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two Hons,royalgarment ornamented with chain jewelry, wearing crown and holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger / Two lions rampant, back-to-back, their heads turned towaid long cross between them. CCA 292 variety. EF. ($100) 119. Tram (2.96 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holding fleur-de-lis and globus cmciger, pellet below / Two lions rampant, back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 241 variety. EF. ($100)

125. Tram (2.98 gm). King sealed on throne adorned with two Hons,royalgarment ornamented with chain jewelry, wearing crown and holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger / Two lions rampant, back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 296. EF. ($100) 120. Tram (2.92 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holdingfleur-de-lisand globus craciger/ Two lionsrampant,back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them, two dots between. CCA 243 variety. EF. ($100)

126. Tram (2.98 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holdingfleur-de-lisand globus cruciger/ Two lionsrampant,back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them, * at beginning of legend instead of+. CCA 313. EF, ornate design. ($100)

121. Tram (2.95 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holdingfleur-de-lisand globus cmcdger/Twolions rampant,back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 244. EF. ($ 100)

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127. Tram (2.87 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holdingfleur-de-lisand globus craciger, name spelled "Levn" / Two lions rampant, back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 633a. EF, ornate design. ($100)

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In compliance with a peace treaty signed previously by Levon I with the Seljuksultan ofKonya, Hetoum I strucksilver coins bearing Armenian and Arabic legends. They are known as Bilingual trams.

128. Tram (2.85 gm). King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holdingfleur-de-lisand globus cruciger,fleur-de-lisinrightinstead of left hand/Two lions rampant, back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 665c. Near EF. Scarce variety. ($100) 129. Lot of 5 Trams. King seated on throne adorned with two lions, wearing crown and holding fleur-de-lis and globus cmciger/ Two lions rampant, back-to-back, their heads turned toward long cross between them. CCA 211,225,241,241 variety and 313. Good VF to EF. ($150) 134. Lot of (2) Two Bilingual Trams (2.92 gm & 2.92 gm). Crowned king on horsebackright,scrollfieldmark / Arabic legend in four lines. CCA 776 and 783. Both VF. ($150)

130. /Ε Tank (6.31 gm). Obverse legend translates: "Levon King of Armenians". Reverse legend translates: "Struck in the Gly of Sis". Bearded head of King with lion's features, slightly three-quarter facing right / Patriarchal cross, two stars in field. CCA 718. Good VF ($50)

131. ji· Tank (7.47 gm). Bearded head of King with lion's features, slightly threequarter facingright/ Patriarchal cross, two stars in field. CCA 718. Good VF. ($50)

135. Hetoum I with Kaikhusrew. 1236-1245. Dated AH 636. AR Bilingual Tram (2.75 gm). Obverse legend translates as: "Hetoum King of Armenians". Reverse legend in Arabic citing and praising Kaikhusrew. Crowned king left on horseback/Fourlineinscription. CCA 788;Nercessian ADB 42. VF. ($125)

136. Dated AH 637. AR Bilingual Tram (2.98 gm). Crowned king left on horseback / Four line inscription. CCA 794. EF. ($ 150)

132. JE Tank (4.85 gm). Bearded head of King with lion's features, slightly threequarter facingright/ Patriarchal cross, two stars in field. CCA 718. Good VF. ($50)

137. Dated AH 640. AR Bilingual Tram (3.01 gm). Crowned king left on horseback /Fourlineinscription. CCA 815. EF. ($150)

133. Hetoum I with Kaikobad 1.1226-1236. AR Bilingual Tram (2.90 gm). Obverse legend translates as: "Hetoum King of Armenians". Reverse legends in Arabic cite and praise the sultan of Konya. Crowned king on horsebackright/ Arabic legend in four lines, star in field. CCA 776. VF. ($100)

138. Dated AH 641. AR Bilingual Tram (2.95 gm). Crowned king left on horseback / Four line inscription. Date without conjunction. CCA 818 variety. EF. ($150)


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139. Dated AH 641. AR Bilingual Tram (2.90 gm). Crowned king left on horseback / Four line inscription. Date without conjunction. CCA 822 variety. Good VF. ($100)

140. Hetoum I with Kaikobad 1.1226-1236. AR Bilingual Half Tram (1.36 gm). Crowned king on horsebackright/ Arabic legend in four lines. CCA 838 variety. VF, a few scrapes on obverse field. Very Rare. ($500)

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144. AR Tram (Z95 gm). On left, Queen Zabel standing slightly three-quarter facing to the right, head facing, wearing royal vestments; on right, King Hetoum in similar posture to left, long cross between them / Crowned lion torightholding with left paw a cross, U and dots under H's. CCA 887. EF. ($50)

145. AR Tram (2.86 gm). On left, Queen Zabel standing slightly three-quarter facing to the right, head facing, wearing royal vestments; on right, King Hetoum in similar posture to left, long cross between them / Crowned Hon torightholding with left paw a cross. CCA 894. Choice EF. ($50)

141. Hetoum I with Kaikhusrew. 1236-1245. AR Bilingual Half Tram (1.47 gm). Crowned king left on horseback / Four line inscription. CCA 839. Toned VF. Very Rare. ($500)

142. Hetoum I and Zabel. 1226-1271. AR Tram (2.68 gm). Obverse legend translates: "By the will of God". Reverse legend as: "Hetoum King of the Armenians". On left. Queen Zabel standing slightly three-quarter facing to the right, head facing, wearing royal vestments; on right. King Hetoum in similar posture to left, long cross between them / Crowned lion to right holding with left paw a cross, King's name Hetom. CCA 871. EF. ($50)

146.

AR Tram (2.83 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 896. Choice EF. ($75)

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AR Tram (2.84 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 915. Choice EF. ($75)

Levon I left a three year old daughter, Zabel, as his only heir. Struggles/or succession by crusader pretenders followed. John ofBrienne, King of Jerusalem, claimed priority with his ties to the Roupenians - the pope threatened him with excommunication. 148. Lot of (5) five Trams. On left. Queen Zabel standing slightly three-quarter Raymond-Roupen seized Tarsus, but was quickly repulsed by the Armenian generfacing to theright,head facing, wearing royal vestments; on right, King Hetoum in al Gosdantin. He hyzj put to death. Gosdantin offered Philip, fourth son ofBohemond similar posture to left, long cross between them / Crowned hon torightholding with of Antioch, the throne. He was quickly dethroned in 1224for looting the treasury. left paw a cross. CCA 896,929,985,1007 and 1010 variety. Good VF to EF. Finally with the consent of the Catholicos (head of the Armenian church) and the ($150) barons, Gosdantin married his son Hetoum to Levon's daughter and heir to the throne, Zabel. Hetoum became a capable ruler and his friendship with the Mongols 149. Lot of (8) eight TVams. Same as previous type. CCA 1014 variety, 1032, saved the Armenians fora whilefrom the attacks of the Seljugs and the Malmuks. 1036,1050 variety, 1063,1165,1192 and 1216. Good VF to EF. ($225)

143. AR Tram (2.87 gm). On left. Queen Zabel standing slightly three-quarter facing to the right, head facing, wearing royal vestments; on right, King Hetoum in similar posture to left, long cross between them / Crowned lion to right holding with left paw a cross, King's name Hetom. CCA 882 variety. EF. ($50)

150. AR Tram (2.83 gm). On left. Queen Zabel standing slightly three-quarter facing to the right, head facing, wearing royal vestments; on right, King Hetoum in similar posture to left, long cross between them / Crowned hon toright,cross above starbelow. CCA 1223. Near EF. Scarce. ($1001


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nomically and culturally. Some of the finest works ofArmenian art are from this period

151. AR Half Tram (1.40 gm). On left, Queen Zabel standing slightly threequarter facing to the right, head facing, wearing royal vestments; on right, King Hetoum in similar posture to left, long cross between them / Crowned lion to right, in left paw long cross. CCA 1284a variety (reverse inscription). VF. Scarce. ($150)

152. JE Tank (8.80 gm). Ayas mint. Obverse legend translates as: "Hetoum King of Armenians". Reverse translates as: "Strack in the City of Sis". Crowned king seated on throne adorned with lions, holding fleur-de-lis and globus cruciger, in field star/Cross, star in each angle. CCA 1304 variety. VF, green patina. ($50)

157. AR Tram (2.96 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 1425. Near EF, crudely struck. Very Rare. ($300)

158. AR Tram (2.82 gm). Legends translate as: "Levon King of all Armenians / Struck in the city of Sis". Crowned king on prancing horse to right, holding reins and a sceptre / Crowned lion walking left, with left paw raised; patriarchal cross behind. CCA 1438. EF. ($125)

159. AR Tram (2.89 gm). Same as previous type but legend starts at lion's tail CCA 1445. Toned VF. ($75) 153. JE Equestrian Kardez (4.01 gm). King on horseback galloping right/Cross. CCA 1376. Good Fine. ($50)

160. AR Tram (2.79gm).Sameas previous type but legend starts at lion's tail CCA 1449 variety. Toned EF. ($125) 154. Fine.

JE Kardez (4.33 gm). King enthroned facing / Cross. CCA 1406. Good ($50)

155. Lot of (5) five bronzes. JE Tank (2), CCA 1305 & 1338. JE Equestrian Kardez (2), CCA 1374& 1377. JE Kardez, CCA 1408. Average Fine. ($100)

161. AR Tram (2.74 gm). Crowned king on prancing horse toright,holding reins and a sceptre / Crowned lion walking left, with left paw raised; patriarchal cross behind. CCA 1456. Toned EF. ($125)

156. Levon II. 1270-1289. AR Tram (2.99 gm). Follows the design of the Hetoum-Zabel Tram. Queen and King standing facing / Lion right. CCA 1425. Near EF, crudely struck. Very Rare. ($300) The period of high art. In 1272 the Malmuks invaded Cilicia and captured the cities ofAdana andMamistra. They further sacked the rich port city of Ayas. With the ac162. cession of the new Sultan of Egypt, Qalaum, Levon sought a peace treaty at the cost ofpayment ofheavy tribute. In a decade of peace, the countryflourished both eco-

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AR Tram (2.66 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 1498.GoodVF. ($100)

170. R Kardez (4.41 gm). Legends translate: "Levon King of Armenia / Made in the city of Sis". Cross potent / Lion walking left. CCA 1543. Choice VF. Scarce this nice. ($75)

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AR Tram (2.78 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 1501. Good VF. ($100)

171. JE Kardez (4.57 gm). Cross potent / Lion walking left. CCA 1543. Choice VF. Scarce this nice. ($75)

165. AR Tram (2.67 gm). Ayas mint. Same as previous type. CCA 1512 variety, Nercessian./W//, IV (1978) pp. 81-89. VF, scarce. ($100)

172. JE Kardez (4.57 gm). Cross potent / Lion walking left. King's name on both sides. CCA 1572. Near VF. ($75)

166. Lot of (5) Trams. Same as previous type. CCA 1454, 1455 variety (2), 1477,1491. Average VF. ($225)

167. AR Half Tram (1.18 gm). Tram die struck on half tram blank. Crowned king on prancing horse to right, holding reins and a sceptre / Crowned lion walking right, with left paw raised; patriarchal cross behind. CCA 1531. VF, scarce. ($125) 174. Hetoum Π. 1289-1306. Billon Denier (0.51 gm). Legends translate: "Hetoum King / Of the Armenians". King's crowned bust facing / Patriarchal cross. CCA 1577. VF. Rare. ($125)

168. AR Half Tram (1.26 gm). Tram die struck on half tram blank. Same as previous type. CCA 1531. VF, scarce. ($125)

Hetoum II was the son of Levon II. He preferred the religious life to that ofruling his country. Under constant attack by the Mamluks, all of Armenia's coastal cities had fallen in 1299. In 1301, Hetoum was no longer able to cope and retired to a monastery. His coinage consisted of a small-sized billon issue that closely paralleled the designs of contemporary crusader coinage issued by John de Brienne and Henry I of Cyprus. He also issued large-size copper Kardez.

169. AR Half Tram (1.33 gm). Tram die strack on half tram blank. Same as previous type. CCA 1533. VF, scarce. ($125)

175. Billon Denier (0.56 gm). King's crowned bust facing / Patriarchal cross. CCA 1578. VF. Rare. ($!25)


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176. Billon Denier (0.56 gm). King's crowned bust facing / Patriarchal cross. CCA 1578. VF. Rare. ($125)

177. JE Kardez (3.76 gm). Head of crowned King facing / Patriarchal cross. CCA 1615. Choice VF. ($50)

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182. AR Tram (2.84 gm). King seated on throne, holding cross inrighthand and a mace in left / Two lions standing facing outward, heads facing toward cross in center. CCA 1669 variety. Good VF. Very Rare. ($400)

183. JE Kaidez (1.82 gm). Legend translates: "Smpad King / Struck in the City of Sis". Crowned king on horseback galloping right, holding mace / Cross with lis at oorners. CCA 1682a. Near VF. ($50)

Very Rare Tram of Gosdantin I

178. Lot of (3) three Kardez. Head of crowned King facing / Patriarchal cross. CCA 1615 variety, 1617,1619 (photographed). Fine to Very Fine. ($75) 184. Gosdantin L 1298-1299. AR Tram (2.77 gm). Legend translates: "Gosdantin King of Armenians / By the will of God he is King". Crowned king on horseback galloping right, holding sword / Crowned king standing facing, wearing royal vestments and holding sword and cross. CCA 1727b. Good Very Fine. Very Rare. (See coverphotograph). ($2500)

179. Ai Kardez (4.75 gm). King seated in oriental fashion holding staff and cross /Cross. CCA 1636 variety. VF. ($50)

Gosdantin I, another of Hetoum s brothers, initially rebelled against Smpad. Gosdantin captured the city of Sis, but was later exiled to Constantinople after Hetoum's return to power. He struck one of the most celebrated coins of Cilician Armenia.

180. Lot of (2) two JE Kardez. King seated in oriental fashion holding staff and cross / Cross. CCA 1634 variety and 1637. Both Hne. ($50)

185. JE Kardez (2.65 gm). Legend translates: "Gosdantin King / Struck in the city of Sis". King standing facing, wearing royal vestments, holding sword and cross / Cross. CCA 1728 variety (obv. = 1728; rev. = 1732). Choice VF. Rare. ($250)

181. Smpad. 1296-1298. AR Coronation Tram (2.58 gm). Legends translate as: "Smpad King of the Armenians / By the will of God". King seated on throne, holding cross in right hand and fleur-de-lis in left / Two lions standing facing outward, heads facing toward cross in center. CCA 1653a. Good VF. Very Rare. ($500) In 1293, Hetoum II travelled to Constantinople for the wedding of his sister to Michael IX, the son ofAndronicus II Paleologus. Armenia was left under the charge of Hetoum's brother Smpad. With the consent of the Catholicos, Smpad declared himself king. His rule was short lived, as Hetoum quickly deposed him upon his return. Smpad modelled his coinage after Levon I.

186. Levon III. 1301-1307. ARTakvorin (Z62 gm). Legends translate: "Levan King of Armenians / Struck in the city of Sis". Crowned king on horseback gallopingright,carrying cross / Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 1734. Good VF. Nice for issue. ($75)


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Levon III was appointed co-ruler in 1301 by Hetoum II before he retiredfrom pubOshin was disappointed by his futile efforts to unite the Armenian and Roman lie life and moved into a monastery. In this period, inter-marriage between Armenian churches and chose to pursue a middle ground in order to avoidfurther bitter conand Crusader nobility became very common. This lead to bitter divisions in Armenian troversy. He was plagued by Malmuk invasions between 1316 and 1320. The society between pro-westernfactions loyal to the Pope and the Crusader alliance, and Armenian armies finally defeated the invaders near the port of Ayas in 1320. nationalists who rejected any deviation from the traditions associated with St. Unfortunately, Oshin did not witness this decisive victory having died shortly beGregory the Illuminator. It is assumed that Hetoum and Levon were murdered by the fore. Oshin made a brief attempt to reintroduce the silver tram. However, these Mongol general Pilarghou on behalf of nationalist factions. It should be noted that scarce silver trams quickly gave way to the more debased takvorin. the coinage ofCUician Armenia suffered considerable debasement and deterioration in style and executionfrom this point on.

187. AR Takvorin (2.64 gm). Crowned king on horseback galloping nght, carrying cross / Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 1758a variety (obverse 1758a; reverse 1734). Good VF. Nice forissue. ($75)

193. AR Coronation Tram (2.84 gm). Crowned king seated facing, holding cross and fleur-de-lis, Magnus Dei to right / Two lions standing, heads reverted inward toward cross. CCA 1847. EF. Scarce. ($200)

188. Lot of (3) three, AR Takvorin. Crowned king on horseback galloping right, carrying cross / Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 1763,1790,1791 variety (obverse 1791, reverse 1789). Average VF. ($150)

189. JE Kardez (2.94 gm). Legends translate: "Levon King / Levon King of Armenians". King seated in oriental fashion / Cross with pellets in angles. CCA 1808. Near VF. Nice for issue. ($50)

190. JE Kardez (3.84 gm). King seated on throne ornamented with lions/Cross with foils in angles. CCA 1816 variety. VF. Unique obverse forissue. Rare.

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191. Lot of (3) three JE Kardez. King seated in oriental fashion / Cross with pellets or foils in angles. CCA 1817a, 1822 variety (obverse 1822;reverse1821), 1836 (Kings name both sides), this piece photographed. Near fine to Fine. ($75)

194. AR Takvorin (2.35 gm). Legends translate: "Oshin King of Armenians / Struck in the city of Sis". Crowned king on horseback galloping right, holding mace /Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 1854. VF. ($50)

195. AR Takvorin (2.25 gm). Crowned king on horseback galloping right, holdingmace/Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 1861. Good VF. ($75)

196. Lot of (3) three. JE Pogh. Crowned king seated on bench-like throne holding cross and fleur-de-lis / Cross. CCA 1943,1944a variety (reverse inscription), 1945a variety (reverse inscription) this coin photographed. Fine to Very Fine. ($75)

192. Oshin. 1308-1320. AR Coronation Tram (2.72 gm). Legend translates: "Oshin King of the Armenians / By the will of God". Crowned king seated facing, holding cross and fleur-de-lis, Magnus Dei to right / Two Hons standing, heads reverted inward toward cross. CCA 1845 variety (letter in obverse field). EF. Scarce. ($200)

197. Lot of (2) two. AR Takvorin. Overstruck in Arabic in the name of Mamluk sultan Al-Nasir. CCA 1946 variety, one example photographed. ($50)


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205. Lot of (3) three. Ai Pogh. Crowned king seated on throne, holding long cross and globus cmciger / Ornate cross. CCA 2011 variety (this coin photographed), 2020 variety, 2023 variety. ($75)

198. Levon IV. 1320-1343. AR Takvorin (2.25 gm). Legends translate: "Levon King of Armenians / Struck in the city of Sis". Crowned king on horseback galloping right, holding mace / Lirai walking right, cross behind. CCA 1954. Toned good VF. ($50) Oshin's only son Levon IV, was only ten years old at the time of his father's death. Armenia was ruled by regents. One of these regents, the lord ofGorigos, married off his daughter to Levon. During this period the Armenians were paying huge tributes to the Mamluks, eventually losing the rich port city of Ayas to them in 1337. The loss of Ayas, coupled with the continuing internal religious struggles nearly brought the Armenian Kingdom to an end.

206. AR Takvorin (258 gm). Oversmick in Arabic in the name of Mamluk sultan Nasir nasir al Din Muhammad. CCA 2027. Cmde VF. Scarce. ($75)

199. AR Takvorin (2.13 gm). Crowned king on horseback gallopingright,holding mace/Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 1965. VF. ($50) 200. Lot of (3) three. AR Takvorin. Same as previous type. CCA 1954 variety, 1961,1967. Fineto Very Fine. ($75) 207. AR Takvorin (Z51 gm). Oversmick in Arabic in the name of Mamluk sultan Nasir nasir al Din Muhammad. CCA 2028 variety. Crude VF. Scarce. ($75)

201. Lot of (3) three. AR Takvorin. Same as previous type. CCA 1968,1969, 1990. Fine to Very Fine. ($75)

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208. AR Takvorin (223 gm). Overstmck in Arabic in the name of Mamluk sultan Nasir nasir al Din Muhammad. CCA 2028 variety. Crade VF. Scarce. ($75)

203. jE Large Pogh (2.39 gm). Crowned king seated on throne, holding long cross and globus craciger/Ornate cross. CCA 2003 variety. VF. ($75)

209. Guy. 1342-1344. AR Takvorin (1.91 gm). Legends translate: "Guy King of Armenians / Struck in the city of Sis". Crowned king on horseback galloping right, holding sceptre / Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 2032 variety. VF, poorly struck. ($ 100) Levon the IV was the last direct descendant ofthe Roupenian line. He designated as his successor his cousin Guy de Lusignan, Prince of Tyre. Guy arrived from Constantinople with his own contingent ofsoldiers and was crowned. He was an able soldier who managed to avoid paying tribute to the Mamluks. However, he provoked considerable resentment from the nationalists, when he only surrounded himself with French-speaking courtiers in high positions. In due course he was assassinated.

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The Mamluks' armies over-ran most ofArmenia during Gosdantin s reign. In 1360 the sultan Al-Nasir's army captured the cities ofAdana and Tarsus and sacked Sis. Gosdantin was left only with control of the mountain regions.

210. AR Takvorin (2.02 gm). Crowned king on horseback gallopingright,holding sceptre / lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 2032a. VF. ($ 100)

217. AR Takvorin (1.84 gm). Crowned king on horseback galloping right, holding sceptre / Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 2063. VF. ($50)

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218. Lot of (5) five. AR Takvorin. Same as previous type. CCA 2060,2065 variety (3), 2066 variety. Average near VF. ($ 100)

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219. JE Pogh (1.30 gm). Crowned king seated on bench-like throne / Cross. CCA 2122. Near VF. Scarce. ($100)

AR Takvorin (2.11 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 2034. VF. ($100)

213.

AR Takvorin (2.18 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 2034. VF.

220. JE Pogh (1.33 gm). Crowned king seated on bench-like throne / Cross. CCA 2123.Near VF. Scarce. ($100)

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214. AR Takvorin (1.90 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 2034 variety (obverse 2034; reverse 2œ2a). VF. ($100)

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AR Takvorin (2.09 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 2037 variety. VF. ($100)

216. Gosdantin III. 1344-1363. AR Takvorin (2.15 gm). Legend translates: "Gosdantin King/Struck in the cily of Tarsus". Crowned king on horseback galloping right, holding sceptre / lion walking left, cross behind. CCA 2048. VF. Very Rare. ($150)

221. Levon the Usurper. 1363-1365. AR Takvorin (2.34 gm). Crowned king on horseback galloping right, cross over shoulder / Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 2130. VF. Scarce. ($125) In the 1360's, Peter I of Cyprus expressed his desire for the Armenian throne for his son Leo. He left for Europe to seek papal support for this position. While these events were developing, Gosdantin died and a certain Levon seems to have grasped the opportunity of claiming the throne. Though there is little historical evidence to support Levons existence, there is enough numismatic evidence to assume that such a king did exist and issued coins.

222. AR Takvorin (1.98 gm). Crowned king on horseback gallopingright,cross over shoulder/ Lion walking right, cross behind. CCA 2133. VF. Scarce. ($125)


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230. Levon V. 1374-1375. Billon Denier(0.45 gm). Crowned king's bustfacing /Cross. CCA 2239. VF. Rare. ($125)

AR Takvorin (2.23 gm). Same as previous type. CCA 2137. VF. Scarce. ($125)

Levon V was the grandson ofAmaury and Isabel de Lusignan, count and countess of Tyre. Levon was opposed by the leading nationalists who could not accept a Catholic king with a Catholic ruling class. Within a short period, at the invitation of the nationalists, the MalmukEmir ofAleppo besieged Levons capital. Levon held out courageously in the Citadelfor several months before capitulating. He and his family were taken prisoner to Egypt. The surrender took place on April 16,1375, and ended Armenian rule in Cilicia. Levon was releasedfrom Egypt and went to Paris where he died in 1393. He was buried in the Abbey of the Celestins. His monument now stands in the Cathederal ofSaint Denis.

224. Lot of (2) two. AR Takvorin. Same as previous type. CCA 2133,2144. Average VF. Scarce. ($ 175)

225. JE Pogh (1.39 gm). Crowned king seated on throne / Cross. CCA 2168a. Fine. Very Rare. ($125)

231. Billon Denier (0.65 gm). Crowned king's bust facing / Cross. CCA 2239 variety. VF. Rare. ($125)

226. Gosdantin IV. 1365-1373. AR Takvorin (1.71 gm). Legends asGosdantin ΠÎ&#x2122;. Kingright,head facing, on walking horse right / Lionrightwith cross behind. CCA 2177 similar. Crude VF. ($50) Continued efforts by the Armenians to regain the port of Ayas from the Mamluks failedmiserably. The territory under Gosdantin's control became no more than a landlocked region around Sis and Anazarbus. The Armenians openly sought an alliance 232. with Cyprus to secure a suitable candidate for their throne. In 1373 Gosdantin was murdered, and the widow ofGosdantin III was appointed as regent.

227. AR Takvorin (2.07 gm). King right, head facing, on walking horseright/ lion right with cross behind. CCA 2194. Crude VF. ($50)

JE Pogh (1.01 gm). Lion rampant right/Cross. CCA 2242. Near VF. ($50)

233. Post Roupenian. After 1375. JE Pogh (1.39 gm). Legend in Armenian, lion of Armenian style right / Legend, Hon rampant (?) left CCA-; Pakhomov-; Nadze -; Mitchener -. The attribution of this piece as post-Roupenian is not absolute. Possibly a new type of post-Roupenian coin. Fine to Very Fine. Rare. ($ 100)

228. Lot of (3) three. AR Takvorin. King right, head facing, on walking horse right /Lion right with cross behind. CCA 2181,2193,2206 variety. Crude VF. ($75)

234. Post Roupenian. After 1375. JE Pogh (1.39 gm). King on horseback walking left / Lion walking left, cross behind. CCA 2249. Crude Fine. Rare. ($ 100)

229. JE Pogh (1.43 gm). Struck with takvorin dies. King right, head facing, on walking horse right / Lion right with cross behind. CCA 2221 variety. VF. ($50)

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A Selection of Greek and Greek Imperial Bronze Coins From The Henry Clay Lindgren Collection. AU coins illustrated in his work: Ancient Greek Bronze Coins: European Mints from the Lindgren Collection (Chiysopylon, San Mateo, 1989), available from CNG at $75 (GI105). Lindgren'sreferencewill be abbreviated below as AGBCEM.

240. SPAIN. Sevilla Province. CaUet Circa 50 BC. JE 28mm (13.02 gm). Head of Heraklesright/ CALLET between grain ears. Lindgren AGBCEM 22 (this coin). Fine. Rare. ($125)

235. SPAIN. Phoenician-Punic mint of Cartagonova. Circa 220-215 BC. JE 25mm (9.76 gm). Head of Athena left / Horse standing right lindgren AGBCEM 3 (this coin). Near VF, black patina, scratch on obverse. Rare. ($ 125)

241. SPAIN. Sevilla Province. Carmo. Circa 80 BC. JE 24mm (10.89 gm). Young male head right / CARMO between grain ears. Lindgren AGBCEM 24 (this coin). Near VF, green patina. ($125)

236. SPAIN. Phoenician-Punic mint of Cartagonova. Under Rome. Scipio Africanus. Circa 220-205 BC. JE 24mm (11.19 gm). Head of Scipio Africanus left / Horse standing right, palm behind. Lindgren AGBCEM 5 (this coin). Near VF. VeiyRare. ($400)

237. SPAIN. Phoenician-Punic mint of Malaca. Circa 1 st Century BC. JE 21 mm (4.64 gm). Head of Hephaistos right, wearing pointed cap/ Tetrastyle temple. ($150) Lindgren AGBCEM 15 (this coin). VF, heavy green patina.

242. SPAIN. Sevilla Province. Laelia. Circa 50-30 BC. JE 26mm (9.29 gm). Horseman galloping right with lance / LAELIA between olive sprigs. Lindgren AGBCEM 27 (this coin). VF, dark green patina. ($125)

243. SPAIN. Sevilla Province. Laelia. Circa 50-30 BC. yE 18mm (5.12 gm). Helmeted headright/ LAE IIA, Fan-palm leaf. Lindgren AGBCEM 28 (this coin). Near VF, green patina. ($100) 238. SPAIN. Phocnician-Punic mint of Sexi. Circa 1 st Century BC. jE 28mm (19.26 gm). Head of Herakles right, club behind / Inscription, two tunny fish. Lindgren AGBCEM 16 (this coin). Fine, heavy green patina. Rare. ($ 150)

239. SPAIN. Huelva Province. Ostur. Circa 50 BC. JE 21mm (4.43 gm). Acom right /Two branches. Lindgren AGBCEM 21 (this coin). VF, heavy green patina. Rare. ($125)

244. SPAIN. Sevilla Province. Lastigi. Circa 40 BC. JE 25mm (6.75 gm). Helmeted male headright/ LASTIGI between ears of grain. Lindgren AGBCEM 29 (this coin). Near VF/Fair, heavy green patina. Rare. ($ !00)


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250. SPAIN. Iberian-Celtiberian. Catalonian Region. Kese. Circa 100-30 BC. JE 18mm (2.45 gm). Young male head right, palm branch behind / Forepart of Pegasos right Lindgren AGBCEM 51b (this coin). EF/VF, green patina. ($200) 245. SPAIN. Sevilla Province. Ventipo. Circa 50 BC. JE 31mm (24.64 gm). Helmeted male headright/ Soldier left, resting on trident, holding shield. Lindgren AGBCEM 33 (this coin). Fine, heavy green patina. Rare. ($ 125)

246. SPAIN. Malaga Province. Acinipo. Circa 60 BC. IE 25mm (9.95 gm). Bunch ci grapes / ACINPO between grain ears. Lindgren AGBCEM 36 (this coin). VF, green patina. ($125)

247. SPAIN. Cordoba Province. SaciU. Circa 50 BC. JE 31mm (11.76 gm). Bearded male head right / Horse right Lindgren AGBCEM 39 (this coin). Near VF, green patina. ($125)

251. SPAIN. Iberian-Celtiberian. Lerida-Lower Ebro Region. Kelse. Circa 120-50 BC JE 30mm (11.30 gm). Young male head right, three dolphins around / Horseman galloping right. Lindgren AGBCEM 54 (this coin). VF, brown patina. ($100)

252. SPAIN. Iberian-Celtiberian. Lerida-Lower Ebro Region. Ore. Circa 120-50 BC. JE 27mm (12.76 gm). Young male head right, prancing bull behind / Horseman right with palm branch. Lindgren AGBCEM 55 (this coin). Fine to VF.

($100)

248. SPAIN. Cordoba Province. Ulia. Circa 50 BC. JE 31mm (24.12 gm). Female head right above crescent, twig toright/ VLIA between branches. Lindgren AGBCEM 40 (this coin). VF, green patina. Rare. ($ 150)

249. SPAIN. Iberian-Celtiberian. Jaen Province. Castulo. Circa 50 BC. JE 33mm (37.40 gm). Young male head right / Sphinx right. Lindgren AGBCEM 41 (this coin). Near VF. ($125)

253. SPAIN. Iberian-Celtiberian. Aragonese Region. Laguna. Circa 120-20 BC. JE 27mm (9.48 gm). Young male headright,three dolphins around / Horseman galloping right, cloak flying in wind. Lindgren AGBCEM 57a (this coin). VF, surfaces a little rough. ($100)

254. SPAIN. Iberian-Celtiberian. Central Celtiberia. Okalakom. Circa 12020 BC. JE 22mm (10.08 gm). Young male head right between dolphins / Horseman galloping right. Lindgren AGBCEM 59 (this coin). Near VF. ($ 100)


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255. SPAIN. Iberian-Celtiberian. Numantia Region. Titiakos. Circa 120-20 BC. fc 22mm (8.57 gm). Bearded head right / Horseman galloping right carrying lance. Lindgren AGBCEM 60 (this coin). VF. Rare. Interesting Celtic art style. ($175)

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260. SPAIN, Romula. Augustus and Livia. Circa 22 BC-14 AD. Ai 33mm (25.65 gm). Bare head of emperor right / Head of Livia left on globe. Lindgren AGBCEM 69 (this coin). Fine, heavy green patina. ($450)

256. SPAIN, Emerita. Augustus. Circa 22 BC -14 AD. jE 27mm (10.28 gm). Bare head of Augustus left / CAR1SIVS/LEG/AVGVSTL Lindgren AGBCEM 63 (this coin). VF, surfaces a little scraped. ($ 125)

261. SPAIN, Romula. Tiberius, Drusus and Germanicus. Circa 23 AD. JE 27mm (13.01 gm). Bare head of Tiberius left / Confronted heads of Germanicus and Drusus. Lindgren AGBCEM70 (this coin). Good Fine. Scarce. ($100)

257. SPAIN, Emerita. Livia. Circa 29 AD. JE 34mm (21.62 gm). Head of empressright/ livia seated right as Demeter. Lindgren AGBCEM 64 (this coin). Near VF, green patina. Rare. ($400)

262. SPAIN, Romula. Tiberius, Drusus and Germanicus. Circa 23 AD. JE 27mm (13.35 gm). Bare head of Tiberius left / Confronted heads of Germanicus and Drusus. Lindgren AGBCEM71 (this coin). Fine/Very Fine. Scarce. ($125)

258. SPAIN, Italica. Germanicus. Died 19 AD. JE 23mm (6.34 gm). Bare head left / Three military standards. Lindgren AGBCEM 67 (this coin). Fine to Very Fine. ($100)

263. SPAIN, Romula. Germanicus. Died 19 AD. JE 21mm (5.12 gm). Bare head left / Shield within laurel wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 72 (this coin). Good ($100) Fine路

259. SPAIN, Italica. Drusus. Died 23 AD. JE 23mm (6.46 gm). Bare head right /Three military standards. Lindgren AGBCEM 68 (this coin). Near VF, dark green patina. ($100)

264. SPAIN, Cartagonova. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE 28mm (12.68 gm). Laureate head of Augustus right / Priest standing facing, holding branch and simpulum. Lindgren AGBCEM 91 (this coin). Near VF. ($100)

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270. GAUL. Rhone Valley. Nemausus. Agrippa and Augustus. After 27 BC. JE 28mm (12.97 gm). Heads of Agrippa and Augustus back to back, IMP Ρ Ρ DIVI E (sic) / Crocodile chained to a palm tree behind. Lindgren AGBCEM 128 (this coin) - photographed in the book as 127inerror. ($175)

265. SPAIN, Ilici. Tiberius. 14-37 AD. JE 30mm (12.79 gm). Bare head of Tiberius left / Altar inscribed SAL/AVG. Lindgren AGBCEM 93 (this coin). Near VF.

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271. GAUL. Vienna. Divus JuUus & Augustus. Circa 27 BC-14 AD. JE 32mm (18.45 gm). Heads of Divus Julius Caesar and Augustus facing outward / Prow right with mast and elaborate superstructure. Lindgren AGBCEM 129 (this coin). Near VF. Rare. ($300)

266. SPAIN, Celsa. Circa 50-30 BC. JE 30mm (15.24 gm). Helmeted male head right / Bull advancing right Lindgren AGBCEM 99a (this coin). VF, brown patina. ($100)

272. GAUL. The Petrocorii. Circa 1st Century BC. JE 13mm 91.52 gm). Beardless male headright/ Dog or wolf springingrightwith jaws open. Lindgren AGBCEM 133b (this coin). VF. Rare. ($250)

267. SPAIN, Caesaraugusta. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE 18mm (4.14 gm). Bare head left / LCASSIO/C VALERO/Π VIR in wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 105 (this coin). VF. ($100)

273. GAUL. The Rani. Circa 1 st Century BC. JE 14mm (3.27 gm). Three male busts jugate left/Nike driving biga left. Lindgren AGBCEM 137 (this coin). Nice VF. ($150)

268. SPAIN, Calagurris Julia. Tiberius. 14-37 AD. JE 30mm (13.16gm). Bare headright/ Bull standing right Lindgren AGBCEM 108 (this coin). VF, mottled green patina. ($125)

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269. GAUL. Narbonensis Region. Neronken. Circa 2nd-1 st Century BC. JE 27mm (8.34 gm). Female head right/Bull galloping right, cresent above. Lindgren AGBCEM 123 (this coin). Near VF. Rare. ($200)

274. GAUL. The TVeveri. Circa 1 st Centuiy BC. JE 15mm (2.75 gm). Male head right / Horse galloping right. Lindgren AGBCEM 140 (this coin). Choice VF+, green patina. ($250) 6 9


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280. SICILY & TUNISIA, Islands between. Uncertain Mint. Circa 2nd Century BC. jE 18mm (2.29 gm). Herakles standing right with club in hand / Crab. Lindgren AGBCEM 667 (this coin). VF. Scarce. ($200) 275. GAUL. Kapostal (?). Circa 1 st Century BC. Billon 20mm (9.94 gm). Head of Zeus right / Horse and rider. Lindgren AGBCEM 142 (this coin). Good VF, brown patina. ($ 150)

281. SICILY or ITALY. Uncertain Mint. Circa 2nd Century BC. Al 16mm (2.79 gm). Laureate head of Zeus or Poseidon right / Comucopiae. Lindgren AGBCEM 669 (this coin). Good VF. Scarce. ($150)

276. GAUL. Channel Islands (Jersey). Circa 1st Century BC. Billon Stater (6.31 gm). Fantastic headright/ Horseright.Lindgren AGBCEM 143 (this coin). VF. ($100)

282. TAURIC CHERSONESE. Panticapeum. Circa 4th-3rel Centuiy BC. JE 25mm (10.89 gm). Head of satyr left / Arrow and strung bow. Lindgren AGBCEM 679 (this coin). Fine to Very Fine, a little rough. ($ 100) 277. SICILY, Islands off: Melita. Circa 220-218 BC. JE2\mm (7.46 gm). Head of Ba'al Hammon (?) right, caduceus at right / Domed object with columnar top (cf. tomb of Battus on coins of Cyrene). Lindgren AGBCEM 658 (this coin). VF. Rare. ($200)

283. TAURIC CHERSONESE. Panticapeum. Circa 3rei Century and later. JE 24mm (5.55 gm). Laureate head of Apollo right / Pegasos feeding left. Lindgren AGBCEM 683 (this coin). VF/F. ($125)

278. SICILY, Islands off: Melita. Circa 218-175 BC. JE 30mm (10.52 gm). Veiled head of Anna Perenna (?) right, wearing Stephane / Mummified figure of Osiris, holding flail and sceptre, flanked by winged goddesses Isis on left and Nephthys on right. lindgren AGBCEM 659 (this coin). VF/F. Rare. ($ 150)

284. TAURIC CHERSONESE. Panticapeum. Circa 3rd Century and later. JE 23mm (7.50 gm). Laureate head of Apolloright/ Tripod. Lindgren AGBCEM 685 (this coin). VF. ($125)

279. SICILY, Islands off: Melita. Circa 150-146 BC. JE 27mm (10.85 gm). Bust of Isis left/Winged figure of Osiris left. Lindgren AGBCEM 662 (this coin). Good Fine. ($125)

285. SARMATTA. CMbia. Orca 6th-5th Century BC. JE 25mm (2.24 gm). Ridge, vaguely resembling dolphin / Blank. Lindgren AGBCEM 687 (this coin). VF. ($100)


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286. MOESIA SUPERIOR, Viminadum. Hostilian. 251 AD./E25mm(11.01 gm). Laureate head right / Moesia standing between lion and bull Lindgren AGBCEM 703 (this coin). Fine. Rare. ($125)

292. THRACE, Bizya.Caracalla. 198-217 AD. jE29mm (13.55 gm). Laureate bustright/ Emperor riding right. Ljndgren AGBCEM 756 (this coin). Fine.

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293. THRACE, Cabyle. Circa 2nd Century BC. JE 15mm (3.34 gm). Laureate head of Apolloright/ Artemis standing right Lindgren AGBCEM 777 (this coin). Near VF. Rare. ($200)

287. MOESIA INFERIOR, Callatis. Circa 3rd-2nd Century BC. JE 22mm (6.97 gm). Head of Dionysosright/ Ivy wreath; hill within. Lindgren AGBCEM 704 (this coin). VF, green patina. Rare. ($200)

288. MOESIA INFERIOR, Nikopolis ad Istrum. Julia Domna. Died 217 AD. JE 20mm (5.87 gm). Bust of Domna right / Septimius Sevems standing left with raised hand. Lindgren AGBCEM 718 (this coin). Near EF. Choice. ($150)

294. THRACE, Maroneia. Volusian. 251-253 AD. M 29mm (11.25 gm). Laureate bust right / Dionysos standing right with bunch of grapes. Lindgren AGBCEM 807 (this coin). VF. ($125)

295. THRACE, Mesembria. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. JE 15mm (3.01 gm). Veiled and turreted female headright/ M ES A either side of grain ear. Lindgren AGBCEM 810 (this coin). Good VF, black patina. ($125) 289. MOESIA INFERIOR, Nikopolis ad Istrum. Macrinus. 217-218 AD. JE 25mm (10.48 gm). Laureate and bearded bustright/Zeus seated left with patera and sceptre. Lindgren AGBCEM 720 (this coin). VF. ($100)

296. THRACE, Perinthos. Roman Period. Circa 1st Century BC -1 st Century AD. JE 25mm (7.94 gm). Veiled bust of Demeterright,poppyhead and two grain ears in left hand / Dionysos advancing right, cloak flying. Lindgren AGBCEM 823 (this coin). Good VF. Rare. ($300)

290. THRACE, Ainos. Circa 44CM12 BC. JE 19mm (528 gm). Head of Hermes left in beaded cap / A I N I ON, caduceus. Lindgren AGBCEM 744 (this coin). VF, green patina. ($125)

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302. THRACE. Zone ad Serrheum. Middle 4th Centuty BC. JE 12mm (1.16 gm). Head of Apollo / Lyre. Lindgren AGBCEM 852 (this coin). Near VF. Rare. ($100)

297. THRACE, Perinthos. Claudius. 41 -54 AD. JE 31mm (15.96 gm). Laureate head erf Claudius left /City goddess at left, kneeling before Claudius. Lindgren AGBCEM 824 (this coin). Near VF/Rne. ($ 125)

303. THRACIAN CHERSONESE. Cardia. C1rca 350-309 BC. JE 20mm (6.28 gm). Head of Persephone facing three-quarter left / Lion left, head reverted. Lindgren AGBCEM 860 (this coin). VF. Scarce. ($150)

304. THRACIAN CHERSONESE. Lysimachia. Circa 309-220 BC. JE 10mm (1.10 gm). Head of Hermes right / LY/SI in wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 875 (this coin). VF, green patina. ($100) 298. THRACE, Perinthos. Poppaea. Died 65 AD. JE 28mm (11.09 gm). Diademed head right / Headdress of Isis, two grain ears; all within olive wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 825 (this coin). VF, a little rough. Very Rare. ($250) 305. THRACIAN KINGS. Hebryzehnes, King of the Odrysae. 386-385 BC. JE 9mm (1.37 gm). Female head right/Ε Υ/Β Ρ, two-handled vase. Lindgren AGBCEM 901 (this coin). Good VF. Rare. ($350)

306. THRACIAN KINGS. Ketriporos. Circa 356 BC. JE 10mm (1.07 gm). Head of Dionysos right / Kantharos. Lindgren AGBCEM 903 (this coin). Good VF. Green patina. ($125) 299. THRACE, Perinthos. Domitian. 81 -96 AD. JE 32mm (17.72 gm). Laureate bustright/ Female figure standing left, wearing kalathos, holding comucopiae, sacrificing over altar. lindgren AGBCEM 826 (this coin). Near VF. ($ 100)

307. THRACIAN KINGS. Rhoemetalkes 1.11 BC-12 AD. JE 27mm (13.22 gm). Jugate heads of Augustus and Liviaright,capricom before / Jugate heads of king and queen right. Lindgren AGBCEM 911 (this coin). VF. Scarce. ($150) 300. THRACE, Perinthos. ‫׳‬IYajan. 98-117 AD. JE 25 mm (9.96 gm). Radiate bust right / Demeter standing left. Lindgren AGBCEM 829 (this coin). Nice VF. ($125)

301. THRACE. Zone ad Serrheum. Middle 4th Century BC. JE 12mm (1.04 gm). Head of Apollo / Lyre. Lindgren AGBCEM 851 (this coin). VF. Rare. $125)

308. THRACIAN KINGS. Rhoemetalkes 1.11 BC-12 AD. JE 20mm (4.86 gm). Bare head of Augustus right / Diademed head of king right. Lindgren AGBCEM 913 (this coin). VF, green patina. ($100)


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309. THRACIAN KINGS. Kotys IV. 12-19 AD. JE 21mm (8.01 gm). Laureate bust of king right/Nike advancing left Lindgren AGBCEM 915 (this ooin). Near VF, green patina. ($125)

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315. MACEDON, Scione. Late 5th Century BC and later. JE 19mm (4.77 gm). Head of Hermes right / Corinthian helmet Lindgren AGBCEM 1129 (this coin). VF, green patina. ($ 150)

316. MACEDON, Kings of. Pausanias. 390-389 BC. JE 17mm (4.55 gm). Male head right / Forepart of boar. Lindgren AGBCEM 1263 (this coin). VF/Hne, reverse off-center. Very Rare. ($350) 310. MACEDON, Amphipolis. Circa 1st Century BC.jE 30mm (17.54 gm). Bust of Artemis right / Artemis Tauropolis riding bull. Lindgren AGBCEM 944 (this coin). Near VF, green patina. ($100)

317. MACEDON, Kings of. PhmP Π. 359-336 BC JE 18mm (5.67 gm). Young male headright/Horseman gallopingright.Lindgren AGBCEM 1268 (this ooin). VF, green patina. ($ 100) 311. MACEDON, Amphipolis. Tiberius. 14-37 AD. JE 21mm (6.90 gm). Bare head right / Artemis Tauropolis riding bull. Lindgren AGBCEM 969 (this coin). VF, green patina. ($125)

318. MACEDON, Kings of. Philip II. 359-336BC JE 18mm (5.28 gm). Young male head right / Horseman galloping righL lindgren AGBCEM 1270 (this coin). VF, green patina. ($100) 312. MACEDON, Pella. Circa 187-31 BC. JE 20mm (8.19 gm). Head of Pan right / Athena Alkidamos with spear and shield, infightingposition,right.Lindgren AGBCEM 1098 (this coin). VF, a little rough. ($ 100) 319. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΙΠ. 336-323 BC. Ai 15mm (2.88 gm). Head of Heraklesrightin hon's skin / Eagle standing right on thunderbolt lindgren ($125) AGBCEM 1279 (this coin). Near VF/VF. Scarce.

313. MACEDON, Pella. Maximus, Caesar. 235-238 AD. Ai 25mm (10.05 gm). Bare head of Maximus right / Pan seated left Lindgren AGBCEM 1111 (this coin). Near VF, green patina. ($125)

314. MACEDON, Pella. Tranquillina. 238-244 AD. JE 23mm (8.22 gm). Bust right / Pan seated left. Lindgren AGBCEM 1116 (this coin). Near VF, green patina. ($125)

320. MACEDON. Anonymous. After 311 BC. JE 15tnm (4.72 gm). Macedonian shield with head of Pan in center / Macedonian helmet caduceus below. Lindgren AGBCEM1296 (this coin). Near VF. ($100)

321. MACEDON, Kings of. Perseus. 178-168 BC. JE 18mm (4.26 gm). Head of Perseus right / Eagle standing left. Lindgren AGBCEM 1338 (this coin). EF, green patina. ($125)


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322. ILLYRICUM, Daorsi. After 168 BC. JE 20mm (535 gm). Head of Hernies right/Galley left. Lindgren AGBCEM 1421 (this coin). Fine. Rare. ($150) 328. EPIROTE ALLIANCE. 297-270 BC. JE 29mm (8.50 gm). Laureate head of Zeus right/Thunderbolt in wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 1452 (this coin). Near VF, flan crack. Rare. ($250)

323. ILLYRICUM, Dyrrhachium. Circa 3rd-lst Century BC. JE 15mm (3.02 gm). Laureate head of Apollo right / Snake-entwined staff. Lindgren AGBCEM ($125) 1425 (this coin). EF. 329. EPIROS, Phenice (?). Circa 238-168 BC Ail 3mm (2.81 gm). Tuneted female head right / ΦΙΛΟ above two speaiheads; all within olive wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 1456a (this coin). Good VF. ($ 150)

324. EPIROS, Molossi. Before 340 BC. JE 20mm (5.58 gm). Shield ornamented with thunderbolt, ΜΟΛΟΣΣΩΝ on rim of shield / Thunderbolt in laurel wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 1437 (this coin). Good VF. Scarce. ($125)

330. CORCYRA. Lucius Verus. 161-169 AD. yE 21mm (4.27 gm). Laureate head right / Agreus standing left in distyle temple. Lindgren AGBCEM 1479 (this coin). VF, rough, flan crack, green patina. Rare. ($200)

325. EPIROS, Kings of. Alexander. Circa 342-330 BC. JE 17mm (4.08 gm). Eagle standing right between tripod and olive sprig / Inscription, thunderbolt in wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 1449 (this coin). VF. ($100) 331. CORCYRA. JuUa Domna. Died 217 AD. JE 25mm (10.03 gm). Bust of Domna right / Pegasos flying right. Lindgren AGBCEM 1481 (this coin). Good VF. Rare. (See enlargement on back cover). ($350)

326. EPIROS, Kings of. Alexander. Circa 342-330 BC. JE 18mm (3.50 gm). Eagle standing right between tripod and olive sprig / Inscription, thunderbolt in wreath. Lindgren AGBCEM 1450 (this coin). Good VF. ($150)

332. CORCYRA. Plauülla. Died 212 AD. JE 21mm (6.67 gm). Bust right / Zeus Kasios enthroned left. Lindgren AGBCEM 1483 (this coin). Fine. ($100)

327. EPIROS, Kings of. Pyrrhos. 295-272 BC. IE 24mm (9.34 gm). Veüed head of Phthia left/Inscription, thunderbolt. lindgren AGBCEM 1451 (thiscoin). Near VF. ($75)

333. CORCYRA. Plauülla. Died 212 AD. JE 18mm (4.80 gm). Bust right / Hera standing left with bird. Lindgren AGBCEM 1484 (this coin). Near VF. ($150) 6 4


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334. CORCYRA. Geta. 209-212 AD. JE 24mm (7.98 gm). Bare-headed bust right /Zeus Kasios enthroned left. Lindgren AGBCEM 1485 (this coin). Fine. Rare. ($150)

340. ATTICA, Athens. Imperial Roman Period. JE 21mm (6.32 gm). Bust of Athena right/Athena standing with spear and shield. Lindgren AGBCEM 1551 (this coin). Good VF. ($ 150)

341. CRETE, Knossos. Tiberius. 14-37 AD.jE 14mm (2.17 gm). Galley prow / [POLUON]/rrER/[L]ABEONE/JTVIR. Lindgren AGBCEM 1727 (this coin). VF. ($125) 335. AKARNANIA. Federal Coinage. Circa 300-167 BC. JE 21mm (5.52 gm). Helmeted head of Athena left / Man-headed bull left Lindgren AGBCEM 1505 (this coin). Nice Fine. ($100)

342. CRETE, Knossos. Caligula and Germanicus. 37^11 AD. JE 21mm (5.46 gm). Laureate head of Caligula right / Bare head of Germanicus right. Lindgren AGBCEM 1728 (this coin). VF. Rare. ($250) 336. PHOKIS. Federal Coinage. Circa 371-357 BC and later. JE 17mm (4.36 gm). Facing bull's head / Laureate head of Apollo. Lindgren AGBCEM 1511 (this coin). Near EF. Choice. ($ 150)

343. CRETE, Knossos. Nero and Octavia. 54-68 AD. JE 25mm (9.01 gm). Bare head of Nero right, sceptre over shoulder / Confronted heads of Octavia and Nero. Lindgren AGBCEM 1730 (this coin). VF/F. Very Rare. ($350)

337. EUBOEA, Chalkis. Circa 369-313 BC and later. JE 16mm (5.30 gm). Head of Hera facing / Eagleflyingright, holding serpent Lindgren AGBCEM 1526 (this coin). VF. ($125)

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345. CRETE, Lappa. Domitia. Died 150 AD. JE 17mm (5.92 gm). Bust right / Artemis standing right. Lindgren AGBCEM 1756 (this coin). Fine. Rare. ($150)

339. ATTICA, Athens. Circa 3rd Century BC. JE 22mm (7.16 gm). Head of Athena right / Owl right with spread wings, amphora before. Lindgren AGBCEM 1538 (this coin). VF. ($125) 6 5


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346. CRETE, Province of Rome. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. JE 15mm (3.27 gm). Laureate head of Pius right / Aphrodite standing right. Lindgren AGBCEM 1780 (this coin). Near VF. ($125)

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347. SPAIN, Barcids In. Carthago Nova. 230-228 BC. JE 19mm (5.35 gm). Beardless male head right in Corinthian helmet / Palm. Müller Π145,3. EF, green patina. Rare. ($450)

351. SPAIN, Carmo (Seville). Circa 1st Centuiy BC JE As (23.53 gm). Helmeted head right in wreath / CARMO, 2 wheat ears. Burgos 344. Good VF, green-brown patina. ($350)

352. SPAIN, Castulo. Circa 50 BC. JE 26mm (15.64 gm). Diademed male head, hand in front / Griffin righL Burgos 543. VF, black patina. ($ 100)

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353. SPAIN, Malaca. Circa 100-20 BC. JE 22mm (6.55 gm). Head of Hephaistos right / Star in wreath. Burgos 1357. VF, green patina. ($ 100)

348. SPAIN, Barcids In. Carthago Nova. 218-209 BC. AR Shekel / Didrachm (5.78 gm). Beardless bust of Hannibal (?) left / Horse standing right, palm behind. Müllerin 16,8; SG Π 6568 (£2000). VF. Very Rare. ($2000) 354. CELTIC, Allobroges. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. AR Drachm (1.71 gm). "Bushel" type / Horse left CCCBM Π 218fif. VF. //Plus an unidentified potin coin, 20mm. Fine. 2 pieces in loL ($100)

349. SPAIN, Barcids In. Carthago Nova. 218-209 BC. AR Half Shekel / Drachm (3.53 gm). Beardless bust of Hannibal (?) left / Horse right Müller ΠΙ 17,13; SG Π 6571 (£1750). VF. Very Rare. ($2000)

350. SPAIN, Barcids In. Carthago Nova. 218-209 BC. AR Quarter Shekel/ Hemidrachm (1.71 gm). Beardless bust of Hannibal (?) left / Horse right MiiUer ΠΙ 17,15; SG Π 6572 (£1250). VF. Very Rare. ($1000)

355. CELTIC, Danubian Region. Imitation of a Philip Π Tetradrachm. Circa 2nd-1 st Century BC. AR Tetradrachm (12.55 gm). Stylized head right of Zeus; two pellets above / Youth on horseback left; countermarked. Cf. CCCBM 120; Pink 332. Toned fine. rtonrvi


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362. CAMPANIA, Neapolis. Circa 380-280 BC. AR Nomos (7.34 gm). Diademed head of nymph left, wearing earring and necklace; owl behind / Manheaded bull walking right, head facing, crowned by Nike flying right; Ε below. Dewing 105; SNG ANS 415. Toned VF. ($250)

356. CELTIC, Danubian Region. Imitation of an Alexander ΠΙ Drachm. Circa 2nd-l st Century BC. AR Drachm (2.82 gm). Stylized male head right (Herakles) / Crude figure (Zeus) seated left, holding eagle. Cf. CCCBM1215/216; Pink 593. CrudenearVF, several flan cracks. ($125)

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357. GAUL, Massalia. After circa 400 BC. AR Obol (0.67 gm). Youthful male head left (ApoIlo?)/MA in wheel of four spokes. Delà Tour580; SG72 EF. ($200)

363. CALABRIA, Tarentum. Circa 480-470 BC. AR Nomos (7.72 gm). Dolphin-rider (Taras or Phalanthos) right, holding cuttle fish / Hippocamp right, scallop shell below. Vlasto 122; Dewing 125. VF, areas of light corrosion ($200)

358. GAUL, Massalia. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Obol (0.60 gm). Youthful head of Apollo left / Wheel of four spokes with M A. De la Tour 580. Good VF, slight porosity. ($150)

364. CALABRIA, Tarentum. Circa 334-330 BC. AV Obol (0.67 gm). Head of Hera right / Kantharos. Vlasto 8. Fine. ($350)

359. GAUL, Massalia. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Obol (0.75 gm). Female (?) head right/Wheel of four spokes with M A. Cf. SNG Filzwilliam 11. EF, flan crack. ($150)

365. CALABRIA,Tarentum. Circa 302-281 BC. ARNomos (7.68 gm). Youth on horseback holding spears and shield; ΣΙ, name below / Taras on dolphin. Vlasto 692ff. Toned VF, reverse off-center. ($200)

360. GAUL. The Veromandui. Circa late 2nd-mid 1st Century BC. JE 16mm (203 gm). Stylized head left / Stylized head right wearing headdress of a rooster right; star-like object before. De la Tour 8584. Good VF, dark green patina.

366. CALABRIA, Tu-entum. Circa 272-235 BC. AR Nomos (6.12 gm). Youth on horseback left, crowning horse with his right hand / Taras astride dolphin left, holding trident and chlamys, owl behind. Vlasto 837. Toned VF, light porosity. ($200)

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361. CAMPANIA, Neapolis. Circa 380-280 BC. AR Nomos (7.45 gm). Diademed head of nymph right, wearing earring and necklace, grape-bunch behind / Man-headed bull walkingright,crowned by Nike flyingrightabove. SNG ANS 317. Iridescently toned good VF, lovely style. ($350)

367. CALABRIA,Tarentum. Circa 272-235 BC. ARNomos (6.53 gm). Youth on horse, magistrate Philotas / Taras on dolphin, cock behind. Vlasto 846. Toned good VF. ($300) 4 7


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375. LUCANIA, Thourioi. Circa 425400 BC. AR Nomos (7.72 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right/Bull righL SNG ANS 901-914. Toned VF. ($300) 368. LUCANIA, Metapontion. Circa 530-500 BC. AR Nomos (7.72 gm). Eight-grained barley ear with bracts at base / Incuse barley-ear. Noe 12. Fine, light porosity. ($300)

369. LUCANIA, Metapontion. Circa 400-350 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.39 gm). Ear of barley, ant (?) inrightfield/ Facing bull's head, horns downward. Noe 346. VF+. Rare. ($125)

376. LUCANIA, Thourioi. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Nomos (7.78 gm). Signed by the artist Phrygillos. Head of Athena right, wearing laureate Attic helmet; Φ before / Bull butting left; bird (φρυγιλλοσ) below, fish in exergue. SNG ANS 953. Toned VF, ancient file cut at 11 o'clock. ($400)

370. LUCANIA, Metapontion. Circa 400-350 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.41 gm).Ear of barley/META retrograde, ear of barley. Noe 361. VF. Rare. ($100)

377. LUCANIA, Velia. Circa 340-310 BC. AR Nomos (7.52 gm). Kleudoros Group. Head of Athena left, wearing 'Phrygian-type' helmet with centauress on bowl / Lion to left, tearing at prey, monogram of Kleudoros below. Williams 320 (0171/R239). Toned VF. Interesting type. ($300) 371. LUCANIA, Metapontion. Circa 400-350 BC. AR Nomos (7.52 gm). Female head right, wearing earring and necklace / Seven-grained ear of barley. Noe 509 (same dies). Toned VF, nice style. ($450)

378. LUCANIA, Velia. Circa 305/4-293/290 BC. AR Nomos (7.17 gm). Helmeted head of Athenaright;A behind / Lion walking right; above, dolphin between I and Φ. Williams 462 (0231/R323); SNG ANS 1375 (same dies). Toned VF, area of porosity on obverse. ($200)

372. LUCANIA, Metapontion. Circa 330-280 BC. AR Nomos (6.98 gm). Wreathed head of Demeter left / Seven-grained barley ear with leaf to left; altar on top of leaf. Johnston C10.4 (same dies); SNG ANS 503 (same dies). VF, corrosion. ($100)

379. LUCANIA, Velia. Grca 290-280/275 BC. AR Nomos (7.41 gm). Helmeted head of Athena left; above, A; to right, IE in square linear frame / lion attacking stag left Williams 572 (0284/R399); Dewing 473 (same dies). Toned VF. ($300)

373. LUCANIA, Sybaris. Circa 550-530 BC. AR Nomos (7.37 gm). YM, bull standing left on dotted exergual line, headreverted/Incuse bull. Dewing 405; SNG ANS 820; Gorini 3. Toned VF/good VF, irregular flan. ($900)

380. BRUTTTUM, Kroton. Circa 510480 BC. AR Nomos (7.97 gm). Delphic tripod between heron standing left and QPO (retrograde) / Incuse tripod. Gorini 19; SNG ANS 269. Toned good VF, several die flaws. ($300)

374. LUCANIA, Sybaris. Circa 530-510 BC. AR Sixth Nomos (1.18 gm). Bull right, looking left / Amphora incuse. SNG Copenhagen 1395. Fine. Scarce denom!nation. ($175) 4 8


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387. SICILY, Abakainon. Circa 420-400 BC. AR Litra (0.74 gm). Laureate male headright/ ABAK, boar standingright,acom. SNG Copenhagen 2. VF, porosity. ($150) 381. BRUTTIUM, Kroton. Circa 510480 BC. AR Nomos (7.84 gm). Ornate Hipod / Eagle flyingright,incuse. Dewing 499; SNG ANS 286. Fine. Scarce. ($250) 388. SICILY, Abakainon. Circa 420400 BC. AR Litra (0.52 gm). Facing male head / ABA, boar standing left, acom. SNG Copenhagen 6. VF, porosity. ($100)

Lovely Didrachm of Akragas 382. BRUTTIUM, Kroton. Circa 510480 BC. AR Third Nomos (2.51 gm). Delphic tripod between heron standing right and QPO (retrograde) / Incuse tripod. SNG ANS 303. Toned VF. ($200)

389. SICILY, Akragas. Circa 490483 BC. AR Didrachm (8.48 gm). ΑΚΡΑ, eagle standing left / Crab. Dewing 552; SNG ANS 940. Toned nice VF, well-centered. 383. BRUTTTUM, Kroton. Circa 360-340 BC. AR Nomos (7.35 gm). Eagle standing left on olive branch, wings spread / Ornate tripod between QPO and barleyear. SNG Ashmolean 1512(samedies).IridescentlytonedVF. ($300)

384. BRUTTIUM, Rhegion. Circa 461445 BC. AR Drachm (4.23 gm). Lion's scalp facing / Iokastos, the city-founder, seated left and holding staff. Herzfelder 12 (D6/R11); SNG ANS 643. Toned near VF, slightly double-struck and obverse die flaws. ($200)

385. BRUTTIUM, Rhegion. Circa 445435 BC. AR Drachm (4.04 gm). Lion's scalp facing / Iokastos, the city-founder, seated left and holding staff; star below seat. Herzfelder 37 (D24/R31); SNG ANS 650. Toned VF. ($400)

($600) Ex CNA IX, 1018.

390. SICILY, Entella. Circa 450 BC. AR litra (0.50 gm). Female standing left, sacrificing over altar / Man-headed bull; AN between legs, fish in exergue. Cf. Jameson 561 (NA). VF/EF. ($200)

391. SICILY, Gela. Grca 490480 BC. AR Didrachm (8.75 gm). Nude horseman gallopingright,preparing to throw spear / Forepart of man-headed bull right Jenkins, ($600) The Coinage of Gela, 76 (024/R34 - this coin). Toned VF. Ex CNA XVI, lot 38; Edward Gans; Hess Auktion 202 (28 October 1930), lot 2274; Hamburger Auktion 98, lot 194.

386. BRUTTIUM, Terina. Circa 300 BC. AR Third Nemos (2.41 gm). Head of nymph right, triskeles behind / Nike seated left on cippus, holding caduceus with right hand. Holloway-Jenkins 107. VF/VF+. Fine style. ($400)

392. SICILY, Gela. Circa 465450 BC. AR Iitra (0.59 gm). Bridled horse walking, wreath above / Forepart of man-headed bullright.Jenkins, The Coinage of Gela, Group m; SNG Copenhagen 272. VF, light porosity. ($125)


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393. SICILY, Gela. Circa 465450 BC. AR Iitra (0.66 gm). Bridled horse walking; wreaih above / ΓΕΛΑ, forepart of man-headed bull Jenkins Group ΙΠ; Wilkinson 149. VF, porosity. ($100) 399. SICILY, Katane. Circa 450-425 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.01 gm). Slow quadriga right driven by auriga / Laureate head of Apollo right. Dewing 584; SNG Filzwilliam 949. Toned near VF, few light scratches. ($450)

394. SICILY, Gela. Circa 450440 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.06 gm). Biga right, horses crowned by Victory / Forepart of man-headed bullright.Jenkins 069/R144. Fine/VF. ($650) 400. SICILY, Leoniini. Circa 455430 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.60 gm). Laureale head of Apollo right / LEO Ν Τ I NO[N], head of roaring lion right, surrounded by three barley grains (fourth off the flan). SNG ANS 228 (same obverse die). Good VF, die break on reverse. ($650)

395. SICILY, Himera. Circa 472413 BC. AR Iitra (0.677 gm). Forepart of winged man-headed creature left / Youth riding goat. SNG Copenhagen 309. Good VF, porosity. ($250)

401. SICILY, Leontini. Circa 455430 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.27 gm). Head of Apollo left / Head of hon left surrounded by three grains and leaf SNG ANS 257. VF+. ($1250)

396. SICILY, Iaitos. After 241 BCjE 24mm (759 gm). Bearded head of Herakles right, wearing lion's skin / Gotgoneion at center of triskeles. Calciati Ipg.385,7/4; SG 1116. Near VF, green-brown patina, rough surfaces. Rare. ($300) lailos was dvitas decumana in Roman times and one of only seventeen privileged cilies to be the custodians of the temple ofVenus Ericina.

397. SICILY, Kamarina. Circa 461435 BC AR Iitra (0.60 gm). Nikeflyingleft, swan below / Athena standing left, shield by feet. Westermaik and Jenkins 37 (014/R18). Toned VF. ($100)

402. SICILY, Messana. Circa 480-461 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.91 gm).Biga of mules right, driven by seated charioteer, in exergue, bay leaf / Hare running right Randazzo Hoard 162; SNG ANS 319. Good VF, light porosity. ($500)

Ms 403. SICILY, Naxos. Circa 420403 BC. AR Iitra (0.76 gm). ΝΑΞΙΩΝ, head of Dionysos left / Bunch of grapes on vine. Cahn 133 (V80/R109). VF, daik patina. Rare • ($400)

404. SICILY, Panormos. After 405 BC. AR Lilra (0.61 gm). Male head left / Man-headed bull left; Punic legend in exergue. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 506. VF, porosity. Rare variety. /$ j5q\

398. SICILY, Kamarina. Circa 425405 BC. jETetras (3.97 gm). Gotgoneion head facing / Owl standing right, head facing, clutching a lizard; three pellets in exetgue. Calciati nipg.51,10/1. Good VF, lovely green patina. ($150) 6 0


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405. SICILY, Panormos. After 405 BC. Lot of two AR Litrae. Male head left / Forepart ci man-headed buIL SNG ANS 549. // Head of Athena / Swan above waves. Westermark & Jenkins S8. Both F/VF,with porosity. 2 pieces in lot ($ 100)

406. SICILY, Selinos. Circa 530-490 BC. AR Didrachm (8.83 gm). Selinon leaf, two pellets / Divided incuse square. SNG ANS 667. Toned VF. ($750)

411. SICILY, Syracuse. Circa 395 BC. JE Drachm (32.95 gm). Head of Athena, wearing laureate Corinthian helmet / Two dolphins with octopus. Calciati Π pg. 111, 62; Favorito 14. VF, variegated green patina. ($250)

407. SICILY, Syracuse. Circa 474-470 BC. AR Drachm (4.35 gm). Youth on horseback right/Headof Artemis-Arelhusaright.Boehringe1357‫( ׳‬V177/R250). VF. Rare denomination for Syracuse. 412. SICILY, Syracuse. Dion. 357-354 BC. JE 25mm (14.18 gm). Laureate head of Zeus / Thunderbolt with eagle. Calciati Π pg. 167,72st3; Favorito 3 lb (Tïmoleon). VF, dark green patina. ($150)

413. SICILY, Syracuse.Time ofTimotcon. Orca 344-317 BC AR Hemidrachm ( 1.25 gm). Wreathed head of Persephone left / Forepart of Pegasos left Cf. SNG ANS 512 (head of Arethusa). VF, porosity. Rare. ($150) 408. SICILY, Syracuse. Circa 460-440 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.25 gm). Slow quadriga, Nike flying above; ketos (sea monster) in exergue / Head of ArtemisArethusa right, four dolphins around. Boehringer505 (V267/R361). Nice VF+. ($1000)

409. SICILY, Syracuse. Circa 466-460 BC. AR Litra (0.62 gm). Head of Artemis-Arethusa / Octopus. SNG ANS 142. Toned VF, light porosity. ($125)

410. SICILY, Syracuse. Circa 440-430 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.69 gm). Quadriga left, Nikeflyingrightto crown the charioteer, in exergue, ketos (sea-monster) / Head of Arethusa right, her hair pulled up and knotted on top of her head; four dolphins around. Boehringer 601 (V295/R408). F/near VF, light corrosion cm obverse. ($400)

414. SICILY, Syracuse. Agathokles. 317-289 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.70 gm). Strack circa 310-305 BC. Wreathed head of Artemis-Arethusa encircled by dolphins, NK below / Quadriga left, triskeles above, AI in exergue. SNG Copenhagen 754. Near EF. ($1500)

415. SICILY, Syracuse. Agathokles. 317-289 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.78 gm). Circa 305-300 BC. Head of Persephone-Koreright/Nike standingright,erecting a trophy; triskeles behind. Dewing 949. VF/VF+, obverse die erosion. ($400)


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416. SICILY, Syracuse. Pyrrhos. 278-276 BC. JE 23mm (9.89 gm). Head of Herakles left, wearing lion skin; comucopiae behind / Athena Promachos right; trident behind. Calciati Π pg.325,177 Ds 69 R1109; Favorito 66. EF, glossy dark brown patina. Reverse off-center, but of the finest style nonetheless. ($200)

421. SICILY, Siculo-Punic. Circa 320 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.89). Head of Persephone left encircled by dolphins / Horse head left, palm behind. Jenkins, SNR 56,150 (same dies). EF. ($1750)

417. SICILY, Syracuse. Hieronymos. 215-214 BC. AR 10 Litrai (8.41 gm). Diademed head of Hieronymos left / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΙΕΡΩΝΥΜΟΥ, winged thunderbolt; ML Hdloway 10 (05/R9). Toned good VF, obverse slightly double-struck, few light flan cracks. ($500)

422. SICILY, Siculo-Punic. Circa 320-300 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.23 gm). "Quaestors". Wreathed head of Persephone surrounded by dolphins / Horsehead left, palm tree behind. Jenkins, SNR 56 210 (0647R182). Good VF, areas of corrosion. ($500)

418. SICILY, Syracuse. Republic. 214-212 BC. AR 12 Litrai (10.12 gm). Helmeted head of Athena left / Artemis drawing bow, hound at feet; ML Burnett 75 (same dies). Good VF, surfaces slightly rough. ($450)

423. SICILY, Siculo-Punic. Circa 300-289 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.07 gm). "People of the Camp". Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin / Horse's head left, palm tree behind. Jenkins, SNR 57,308 (097/R256). VF+, die-crack through Herakles' eye. ($750)

419. SICILY, Syracuse. Under Roman Rule. After 212 BC. JE 19mm (6.74 gm). Head of Serapis right, wearing taenia / Isis standing half-left, holding wreath and staff. Calciati Π pg.434,240; Favorito 71 ; SNG ANS 1099. EF for type, dark brown patina with touches of red. Rare. ($500)

Scarce Siculo-Punic Tetradrachm

424. SICILY, Siculo-Punic. Circa 305-295 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.12 gm). "People of the Camp". Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress / Horse head left, palm behind. Jenkins, SNR 57,312 (same obv. die). Near EF. ‫י‬

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425. SICILY, Siculo-Punic. Circa 4th-3rd Century BC. JE 16mm (2.41 gm). Wreathed head of Tanit left / Horse standing right in front of palm tree. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 116. VF, aaractive green patina. ($75)

420. SICILY, Siculo-Punic. Circa 350-320/315 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.18 gm). "Heth Beth" Series. Wreathed head of Arethusa right; thymiaterion before / Horse standing right before palm-tree; Nike crowning horse and caduceus before; Punic letters "HB" next to horse's right foreleg. Jenkins, SNR 56,96 (033/R87). Near EF. Scarce type. ($1750)

426. SICILY, Uncertain Mint. Circa 550-500 BC. AR Litra (0.88 gm). Bull's head right within circle of pellets / Divided incuse square. In the same series as lot 131 in our auction XXV; this piece also unpublished. ($200) 4 2


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Choice Tetradrachm of Akanthos

433. MACEDON, Kings of. Philip Π. 359-336 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.14 gm). Amphipolis mint. Circa 355-349/8. Laureate head of Zeus right / King on horseback left, wearing kausia; M under horse's left foreleg. Le Rider pl.25, 64 (Obverse die 31). Choice VF+. ($1200) 427. MACEDON, Akanthos. Circa 480-424 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.66 gm). Lion attacking bull, tunny in exergue / Square in shallow incuse. Desneux 97 (same reverse die). EF. (See enlargement on back cover). ($3500)

Two Choice Tetrobols of Akanthos

434. MACEDON, Kings of. Philip Π. 359-336 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.30 gm). Amphipolis mint. Struck 355-348 BC. Laureate head of Zeusright/ Philip Π left on horseback, wearing cloak and kausia, bow before. Le Rider 154 (same dies). Good VF. ($1200)

428. MACEDON, Akanthos. Circa 470-390 BC. AR Tetrobol (232gm). Bull forepart left, head reverted, ΓΕ above / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG ANS 44. Choice EF. ($400)

429. MACEDON, Akanthos. Circa 470-390 BC. AR Tetrobol (2.40 gm). Bull forepart left, head reverted, A above / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG ANS 47. EF. ($300)

435. MACEDON, Kings of. Philip Π. 359-336 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.31 gm). Amphipolis mint. Circa 323-315 BC. Laureate head of Zeus / Youth on horseback; wreath and Ε below. Le Rider pL45,25. EF/VF+. ($1000)

430. MACEDON, Neapolis. Circa 500-480 BC. AR Stater (9.68 gm). Head of Gorgoneion facing / Quadripartite incuse square. Dewing 1064; Svoronos 21, pLDC, 38. Nice VF, scrape over left eye. ($2000) AV 436. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander III. 336-323 BC. AV Stater(8.55 gm). 'Babylon' mint. Helmeted head of Athena right / Nike advancing left. Price 3748; ($3000) Müller 731. Superb EF, much underlying luster. 431. MACEDON, Neapolis. Circa 5th-4th Century BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.84 gm). Gorgoneion / Head of nymph. Cf. SNG ANS 449. EF, reverse slightly double-struck. ($350)

437. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΙΠ. 336-323 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.02 gm). Amphipolis mint Head of Herakles right in hon skin /Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and sceptre. Price 479; Müller 66. Toned choice EF. ($900)

432. MACEDON, Neapolis. Circa 5th^th Century BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.77 gm). Gorgoneion / Head of nymph. SNG ANS 430ff. Toned near VF, porous. ($125) 6 3


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443. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander HI. 336-323 BC. AR Drachm (4.15 gm). Kolophon mint. Circa 310-301 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin /Zeus seated left; monogram in front, crescent below. Price 1825; Müller 275. Good VF. ($125) 438. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander m . 336-323 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.28 gm). Odessos mint Circa 280-200 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin/Zeus seated left; KAEAN in exergue. Price 1173; Müller 414. Toned VF. ($200)

444. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΠΙ. 336-323 BC. AR Drachm (4.22 gm). Magnesia mint. Circa 325-323 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin /Zeus seated left; bueranium to left Price 1934; Müller-. Toned VF. ($125)

439. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΙΠ. 336-323 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.79 gm). Temnos mint. Strack 188-170 BC. Herakles / Zeus; oenochoe under vine. Price 1676. EF, reverse slightly double struck. ($300)

445. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΠΙ. 336-323 BC. AR Drachm (4.29 gm). Miletos mint. Circa 325-323 BC Head of Heraklesright,wearing lion skin / Zeus seated left; thunderbolt in front, monogram below. Price 2088; Müller 11. Good VF. ($125)

446. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΠΙ. 336-323 BC. AR Drachm (4.16 gm). Miletus mint. Circa 325-323 BC. Herakles /Zeus; monogram. Price 2090; Müller 763. EF. ($200)

440. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander III. 336-323 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.97 gm). Byblos mint. Circa 330-320 BC. Head of Heraklesright,wearing lion skin /Zeus seated left; monogram in front. Price 3426. Near VF. ($150)

447. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander HI. 336-323 BC. AR Drachm (4.12 gm). Sardes minL Circa 334-332 BC. Herakles /Zeus; rose and monogram. Price 2582; Müller 132. EF. ($200) 441. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander HI. 336-323 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.08 gm). 'Babylon' mint. Circa 317-311 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing hon skin /Zeus seated left on ornate throne; monogram in wreath before, H beneath throne. Price 3704; Müller714. Superb EF. ($1200)

448. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΠΙ. 336-323 BC. AR Drachm (4.19 gm). Sardes mint. Circa 323-319 BC. Herakles /Zeus; bee and TL Price 2626; Müller 521. EF. ‫״‬t 9 nm

442. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΠΙ. 336-323 BC. AR Drachm (4.25 gm). Lampsakos minL Circa 328-323 BC. Herakles /Zeus; Demeter infieldholding two torches. Price 1356; Müller 398. EF. ($200)

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449. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΙΠ. 336-323 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.68 gm). Byblos mint. Circa 330-320 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin /Zeus seated left; monogram in front. Cf. Price 3426 (tetradrachm). Toned VF, light porosity. Rare. ($150) 454. MACEDON, Kings of. AntigonosGonatas. 277-239 BC AR Tetradrachm (16.99 gm). Macedonian shield, head of Pan and lagobolon in center/ Athena Alkidemos standingright,holding shield and brandishing thunderbolt; Macedonian helmet and Ή in lower fields. SNG Copenhagen 1202. Good VF, light scrape before Pan's chin and corrosion on his cheek. ($500)

Rare Silver Obol of Alexander the Great

450. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander m . 336-323 BC. AR Obol (0.61 gm). Uncertain Asian mint (?). Strack circa 320-280 BC. Head ci Herakles right, wearing lion skin / Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle; joined foreparts of two horses before; monogram beneath throne. Price -, but cf. Price 3064 (tetradrachm but same symbol). Toned near EE Rare this nice. ($300) 455. MACEDON, Kings of. Perseus. 178-168 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.39 gm). His diademed head right / Eagle standing with wings spread on thunderbolt; all within oak-wreath; plow below. Dewing 1213. Nice EF, gun-metal gray toning, light scratches. An attractive coin. ($750) ExCNAXXJ, lot 45.

451. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΙΠ. 336-323 BC. JE 19mm (4.65 gm). Tarsos mint. Circa 323-317 BC. Head of Heraklesright,wearing lion slan; caduceus by forehead / Bow case and club; caduceus and star. Price 3061. Good VF, black patina. ($100)

456. MACEDON, Pseudo-Rhodian coinage. Circa 171 BC. AR Tetrobol (2.75 gm). Head of Helios three-quarters right/Rose with bud on right, ΕΡΜΙΑ Σ above, Ζ-Ω flanking stem. Price, The Larissa, 1968 Hoard (IGCH 237), 247-1075, KraayM0rkholm Essays. MintState. ($350)

452. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΙΠ. 336-323 BC. JE 19mm (5.16 gm). Tarsos mint. Circa 323-317 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin; countermark: A / Bow case and club; caduceus, Θ and monogram. Price 3063. Near EF, black patina. ($100)

453. MACEDON, Kings of. Philip ΙΠ. 323-317 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.11 gm). 'Babylon' mint Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin / Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle with right hand, feet on stool. Price P182; Müller P103. Toned good VF. ($200) 4 5

Ex Larissa Hoard. This type is apparently one of a number of issues struck for Perseus during the Third Macedonian War as payment for mercenaries who required Rhodian coinage. Price has suggested that the Zo... which replaces the Rhodian ethnic on this issue may be the patronymic ofthe named issuer, Hermias, and indeed we know of a Hermias son ofZoilos at exactly this period, a man who came from Oropos and was Hieromnemon at Delphi inl78BC. Zoilos himself may also be the same man whose name appears below the portrait of Perseus on his early tetradrachms, and whose monogram continues to appear on Perseus' coinage for much ofthe period of the full weight issues.

457. PAEONIA, Ki ngs of. Patraos. 335-315 BC. AR Tetradrachm (12.72 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Horseman riding down foe. Cf. SNG ANS 1031. Toned VF. ($200)


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465. THRACE, Black Sea Area. Pantikapion. Circa 490480 BC. AR Obol (0.66 gm). Facing lion head / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG BM 837-838; Anokhin 9. Good VF. ($250) 458. PAEONIA, Kings of. Patraos. 335-315 BC. AR Tetradrachm (12.59 gm). Laureale head of Apollo/ Horsemanridingdown foe. SNG ANS 1040 (same reverse die). Nice EF. ($300)

466. THRACE, Abdera. Circa 386/5-375 BC. AR Drachm (2.86 gm). Griffin springing left off Ionic capital; ΑΒΔ behind / Kantharos and ivy-leaf within linear square; around, IPOM NH ΜΩΝ; all in incuse square. May 444 (A298/P349) same dies. VF, obverse slightly off-center. ($100) 459. MOESIA, Istros. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Drachm (5.35 gm). Facing male heads, the left inverted / Sea eagle on dolphin; Δ below. SNG BMC 245. Toned good VF. ($450)

460. MOESIA, Istros. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Drachm (5.19 gm). Facing male heads, the left inverted. Sea eagle on dolphin; Δ below. SNG BMC 245. VF, dirt in recesses. ($250)

467. THRACE, Abdera. Circa 365-350 BC. AR Tetradrachm (10.12 gm). Griffin crouching left / Laureate head of Apolloright;pectin shell beneath, magistrate ($650) Hipponaktos. May 543. Toned VF. Rare. Ex CNA XV, lot 93.

461. MOESIA, Istros. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Quarter Drachm (1.09 gm). Facing male heads, therightinverted / Sea-eagle on dolphin; Δ below dolphin. Pick 445. Good VF, porosity. ($150) 468. THRACE, Byzantion. Circa 357-340 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.46 gm). Heifer on dolphin; monogram / Granulated"wind-mill sail" incuse. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 481. VF. ($300)

462. THRACE, Black Sea Area. Apollonia Pontica. Circa 5th4th Century BC. AR Drachm (2.82 gm). Goigoneion / Anchor, crayfish toright.SNG BM 161. Near VF. ($150)

463. THRACE, Black Sea Area. Apollonia Pontika. Circa 400-350 BC. AR Reduced Drachm (2.71 gm). Gorgoneion / Anchor; to left, A; to right, crayfish. Dewing 1277. Toned VF. ($ 150)

469. THRACE, Byzantion. Circa 235-220 BC. Lot of two. AR Tetradrachm (12.76 gm). Veiled head of Demeter/ Poseidon seated on rock; magistrate ΣΦ04ΡΙΑ. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 486. // AR Octobol (4.70 gm). Same type; magistrate ANΤΠΤΑΤΗΣ. Weber 2560. Both VF with eroded surfaces. Very Rare. ($300)

464. THRACE, Black Sea Area. Mesembria. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Diobol (1.25 gm). Facing crested Corinthian helmet / Spiked four-spoked wheel with ΜΕΤΑ in quarters. SNG BM Black Sea 271. Toned good VF. ($100)

470. THRACE, Maroneia. Circa 398-385 BC. AR Tetrobol (Z72 gm). Forepart of horse left; ΠΛ / Grapevine; rhyton. Schönert-Geiss 273ff. Kne. ($75) 6 6


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471. THRACE, Maroneia. Circa 386/5-348/7 BC. AR Triobol (2.56 gm). Forepart of prancing horse right / Bunch of grapes on branch within dotted square, magistrate Aristoleon. Schöneit-Geiss 558 (V24/R32). Toned EF, some light encmstation still on reverse. ($250) 476. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.11 gm). Lampsakos mint. Circa 297-282 BC. Head of deified Alexanderright/ Athena seated left; herm and monogram. Thompson 50. VF, dig on cheek. ($250)

472. THRACE, Maroneia. Circa 354 BC. AR Stater (11.19 gm). Bridled horse prancing left /Grape arbor, symbol: fly. Schönert-Geiss 445 (same dies). EF. ($3000)

477. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.07 gm). Lampsakos mint. Circa 297-282 BC. Head of deified Alexander/ Athena seated left; monogram. Cf. Thompson 57. VF. ($400)

473. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.86 gm). Lampsakos mint. Circa 297/6-282/1 BC. Head of deified Alexander right / Athena Nikephoros sealed left, monogram in inner leftfieldand crescent in exergue. Thompson 49. Toned VF, light porosity and some old scratches, slight edge filing at 6 o'clock. ($250) ExNFAXXIII (December 14,1989) 101413.

478. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.05 gm). Lampsakos minL Circa 297-281 BC. Head of deified Alexander /Athena seated; monogram and crescent to left. Thompson 61 ; Müller 395. Good VF, small edge chip. . ($400)

474. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.67 gm). Lampsakos mint. Circa 297/6-282/1 BC. Head of deified Alexander right / Athena Nikephoros seated left, monogram in inner leftfieldand crescent in exergue. Thompson 49. Toned VF, douHe-stnick. ($250)

479. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.89 gm). Sardeis minL Circa 297-271 BC. Head of deified Alexander/ Athena seated; monograms to left and in exergue. Thompson 86; Müller 407. VF, high relief portrait. ($400)

475. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.03 gm). Lampsakos minL Circa 297-282 BC. Head of deified Alexanderright/ Athena seated left; herm and monogram. Thompson 50. Good VF. ($500)

480. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.09 gm). Pella minL Circa 286/5-282/1 BC. Head of deified Alexander right / Athena Nikephoros seated left, monograms in inner leftfieldand exergue. Thompson 248. Toned good VF. ($400)


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487. THRACE, Islands off. Thasos. Before 350 BC. JE 11mm (1.32 gm). Bearded Herakles / Club and strung bow, symbol: amphora. BMC Thrace pg. 224, 92. Good VF, green patina. Scarce. ($ 125)

481. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.76 gm). Kalchedon minL Circa 220-205 BC. Head of deified Alexander / Athena seated; ΔΙ monogram to left, grain ear in exergue. Müller 246. Good VF. ($300)

488. THRACE, Islands off. Thasos, at Krenides (the mine). Before 357 BC. JE 12 mm (1.24 gm). Young Herakles / ©ΑΣΙΟΝ ΗΠΕΙΡΟ, Club and bow. BMC Thrace pg. 226,112; SG 1,1760. EF, green patina. Rare. ($200) 489. ILLYRIA, Dyrrhachium. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. AR Drachm (3.41 gm). Cow and calf; magistrate Monounios / Double stellate pattern; magistrate Damenos. SNG Copenhagen 465. VF, weak strike. ($75)

482. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Drachm (4.30 gm). Ephesos mint. Circa 294-287 BC. Head of deified Alexander right / Athena Nikcphoros seated left, bee between Ε and Φ inner left field. Thompson 168. Nice EF, obverse slightly double-struck. ($300) 490. EPEIROS, Epeirote Republic. 238-168 BC. AR Drachm (4.49 gm). Head of Zeus Dodonaios right, wearing oak-wreath; monograms behind and below / Eagle standing tight on thunderbolt; all within oak-wreath. Franke 171 (V97/R120); Dewing 1446. Choice VF. ($300) ExMoreira Coll. (Superior, June 1988) lot 1500. 483. THRACE, Kings of. Lysimachos. 323-281 BC. AR Drachm (4.18 gm). Ephesos minL Circa 294-287 BC. Head of deified Alexander/ Athena seated; quiver to left; A on throne. Thompson 171 variety, Müller 297. VF. ($200)

491. THESSALY, The Ainianes. Circa 400-344 BC. AR Triobol (2.71 gm). Laureate head of Zeus left / AINIAN ΩΝ, warrior (Phemius) striding left, body facing, looking right; hurling spear and holding his petasos. Dewing 1375 (same dies); ($300) SNG Copenhagen 1 (same dies). Near VF, small flan crack. Rare. 484. THRACE, Islands off. Thasos. Circa 525463 BC. AR Stater (8.18 gm). Satyr carrying off protesting nymph / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 1009. Near VF. ($400)

485. THRACE, Islands off. Thasos. Circa 525463 BC. AR Stater (9.06 gm). Satyr carrying off protesting nymph / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG Copenhagen ($950) 1013. Toned VF,flancrack. Fine archaic style.

486. THRACE, Islands off. Thasos. Circa 404-340 BC. AR Didrachm (6.96 gm). Head of bearded Dionysosright,wearing ivy wreath / Herakles kneeling right, drawing bow, ΗΓ monogram to right; all in linear square. Traité IV, 1144 variety (Dionysos head left, pLCCCXXKL, 1). Toned near VF, verdigris on obverse. Scarce type. ($300)

492. THESSALY, Larissa. Circa 435400 BC. AR Drachm (5.82 gm). Youth restraining bull right, his petasos flying off behind him / Bridled horse prancing right in incuse square. Dewing 1389 (same obverse die); BMC Thessaly p.27,29. Good VF, porous, graffiti in lower obverse field. ($400)

493. THESSALY, Larissa. Circa 410-390 BC. AR Drachm (5.66gm). Female head left, wearing earring and sphendone / Bridled horse galloping right. SNG Delepierre 1112 (same dies). VF, light porosity. Also included in lot are a Hemidrachm from Trikka in Thessaly (Youth with forepart of bull / Forepart of horse), SG 2226, near VF; and an obol of Phokis (Bull's head facing / Forepart of boar in incuse), SG 2349, VF and porous. Three (3) coins in lot. ($400)


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500. BOEOTIA, Orchomenos. Circa 387-374 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.35 gm). Three sprouting kernels / Horse prancing right. SNG Copenhagen 202. Toned near VF. Rare. ($175) 494. THESSALY, Larissa. Circa 344-321 BC. AR Drachm (6.05 gm). Head of nymph, facing slightly left / Horse grazingright.Cf. Herrmann, "Die Silbermünzen von Larisa in Thessalien," Z/N XXXV (1925) pi.v, 5; SNG Copenhagen 121. Nice EF,reverseslightly double-struck. ($500) 501. BOEOTIA, Orchomenos. Circa 387-374 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.31 gm). Half sprouting kernel, ivy leaf / Grain ear. SNG Copenhagen 205. Toned VF. Rare. ($200)

495. THESSALY, Thessalian League. Circa 196-146 BC. AR Double Victoriatus (6.28 gm). Wreathed head of Zeus; ΑΠΟΛΛΟΔ... behind / Athena Itonia; KPA ΤΠΤΠΟΥ above, NI infield.These magistrates recorded in Collection Photiades Pasha (1890), lot 16. Near EF. ($150)

502. BOEOTIA, Thebes. Circa 371-338 BC. AR Stater (12.12 gm). Boeotian shield / Amphora, grape-bunch on stem above; ΑΠΟΛ. SNG Copenhagen 317. Nice VF. ($350)

496. AKARNANIA, Anaktorion. Circa 345-300 BC. AR Stater (8.47 gm). Pegasos flying left; AN below / Helmeted head of Athena left; AN and omphalos behind. Pegasiïïpg.494,36/2. Toned VF. ($175)

497. AKARNANIA, Argos Amphilochikon. Circa 350-270 BC. AR Stater (8.43 gm). Pegasos flying left / Helmeted head of Athena left; ΑΜΦΙ above, ABP and javelin behind. Pegasi H pg.533,33/2; SNG Copenhagen 315. Near VF, die flaw above Athena's helmet. ($ 150)

498. AKARNANIA, Leukas. Circa 350-300 BC. AR Stater (8.48 gm). Pegasos flying left with slightly arched wing / Helmeted head of Athena left; mast with yardami (stylis) behind. Pegasi Π pg.429,138. Toned VF. ($ 150)

503. BOEOTIA, Thebes. Circa 371-338 BC. AR Stater (11.69 gm). Boeotian shield / Amphora; ΚΑ-ΛΛ[!]. SNG Copenhagen 340. VF, cleaned. ($250)

504. BOEOTIA, Thebes. Circa 371-338 BC. AR Stater (11.96 gm). Boeotian shield / Amphora; KA-KI SNG Copenhagen 343. VF, cleaned. ($300)

505. BOEOTIA, Thebes. Circa 371-338 BC. AR Stater (11.62 gm). Boeotian shield / Amphora; KP-AT. BMC Central Greece pg.83,157; SNG Copenhagen 344 var. (Phrygian helmet symbol). VF, lightly porous cm reverse. ($300)

506. BOEOTIA, Thebes. Circa 371-338 BC. AR Stater(11.91 gm). Boeotian shield / Amphora, grape-bunch on stem above; ΦΙ—ΔΟ. BMC Central Greece pg.84, 165; SNG Copenhagen 352. VF, cleaned. ($250)

499. PHOKIS, Federal Coinage. Circa 478460 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.81 gm). Bull's head / Artemis. Williams 77. VF, light scratches under old toning, ac($200) companied by an old ticket: Rollin et Feuardant 3409. 4 9


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507. BOEOTIA, Thebes. Circa 371-338 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.59 gm). Boeotian shield / Kantharos, club above. BMC Central Greece pg.76,78. Toned VF, well-centered. ($150) 514. ATTICA, Athens. After 449 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.16 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / OwL SNG Copenhagen 31. VF+, elegant compact style displaying the full crest of the helmet, with the Aramaic letter aleph lightly incised on Athena's cheek, probably as an owner's mark. ($650)

508. BOEOTIA, Thebes. Circa 197-146 BC. AR Drachm (5.02 gm). Laureate head of Poseidon right / ΒΟΙΩΤΩ[Ν], Nike standing half-left, holding wreath and trident. SNG Copenhagen 392. Toned good VF. Rare. ($350)

515. ATTICA, Athens. After 449 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.92 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Owl standing right. SNG Copenhagen 31. Good VF. ($500) 509. EUBOIA, Histiaia. Before 146 BC. AR Tetrobol (1.94 gm). Wreathed head of nymph Histiaia / Nymph seated right on galley; plough on side of ship. BMC Central Greece pg. 134,114. Toned good VF, die flaw on throat of Histiaia. ($125) 510. EUBOIA, Histiaia. Circa 2nd-1st Century BC. AR Tetrobol (0.84 gm). Macedonian imitation? Head of nymph / Nymph seated on stem of galley. See SG 2948 note; SNG Fitzwilliam 3034. Near VF. ($75)

516. ATTICA Athens. After449 BC. AR Drachm (425 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / OwL SNG Copenhagen 42. Good VF, slight obverse roughness. ($500)

517. ATTICA, Athens. Circa 449-420 BC. AR Drachm (4.09 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right / Owl standing right, head facing; above, olive sprig and erescenL Dewing 1602; SNG Copenhagen 42 Toned VF. ($200)

511. ATTICA, Athens. Circa 500/490482 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.69 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right / Owl standing right, head facing, olive sprig above. Asyut 290 (this coin). VG/VF, large test cut on obverse, corrosion. ($350)

ExCNA VI, lot83.

518. ATTICA, Athens. After 449 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.32 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / OwL SNG Copenhagen 59. VF, unusually well centered with the full head of Athena and full crest on the flan. ($300)

512. ATTICA, Athens. After449BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.14gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Owl standing right SNG Copenhagen 31. EF, nearly full helmet crest. ($1200)

519. ATTICA, Athens. Emergency issue, 406404 BC. A· Tetradrachm, originally plated (15.83 gm). Helmeted head of Athena/ Owl. BMC Attica pg.7,61; Starr pL ΧΧΠΙ, 12; SG12535. Fine, reverse test cut. ($200)

513. ATTICA, Athens. After449BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.16gm). Helmeted head of Athena /Owl. SNG Copenhagen 31. Choice EF. ($1200) 5 0


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526. CORINTHIA, Corinth. Circa 550-515 BC. AR Stater (8.43 gm). Pegasos with curled wing, walking left / Quadripartite incuse square of swastika pattern. Ravel 24 (PI 8/Γ17). Toned near VF. ($800)

520. ATTICA, Athens. Orca 157-156 BC. AR 'New Style' Tetradrachm (16.71 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Owl on amphora. Thompson 470. Toned VF. ($350)

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521. ATTICA, Athens. Civic Issue. Circa 150-100 BC. JE 15mm (2.40 gm). Helmeted head of Athenaright/ Two owls standing on thunderbolt ΑΘΕ below; all in wreath. BMC Attica pg.79,537; Svoronos pL24,60-68. VF, brown patina. ($100) 527. CORINTHIA, Corinth. Circa 550-515 BC. AR Stater (8.39 gm). Pegasos with curled wing to left / Quadripartite incuse square. Ravel 50 (P40/T38). Near VF, light porosity, cleaned and retoned. ($400)

522. A EG INA. Circa 550-510 BC. AR Stater (12.28 gm). Sea-turtle, row of dots on shell/Incusedivided square. SNG Delepiene 1670. Toned VF. ($500) 528. CORINTHIA, Corinth. Circa 480400 BC. AR Stater (7.99 gm). Pegasos flyingright,curled wings /Helmeted head of Athenaright.Cf. Ravel 233. Toned VF, light corrosioa ($250)

523. AEGINA. Circa 510485 BC. AR Stater (1218 gm). Sea-turtle, thin collar with row of nine dots on shell /Incuse divided square. Dewing 1656. Good VF, exceptional relief and rare as such. ($750)

529. CORINTHIA, Corinth. Circa 400-350 BC. AR Stater (8.19 gm). Pegasos flying right / Helmeted head of Athena right; aplustre behind. Ravel 646. Toned VF. ($200)

524. A EG INA. Circa 456431 BC. AR Stater (11.69 gm). Tortoise with segmented shell divided into thirteen plates, head forward / Incuse square divided by thin bands into five compartments. Cf. Dewing 1683; BMFA 1117. VF, some surface corrosion. ($400)

530. CORINTHIA, Corinth. Circa 350-300 BC. AR Drachm (2.70 gm). Pegasos flying left / Head of Aphrodite left, wearing earring and necklace; Δ behind head. Dewing 1775; SNG Copenhagen 85. Toned VF, light scratch on obverse.

525. AEGINA. Circa 350-338 BC. AR Obol (0.93 gm). Tortoise with segmented shell divided into thirteen plates, head forward, A to left /Incuse square divided by thin bands into five compartments. Dewing 1695 variety. Toned VF. Scarce. ($150)

531. SIKYONIA, Sikyon. Circa 400-323 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.86 gm). Chimaera left; ΣΕ below / Dove flying left SNG Copenhagen 50. Toned VF+.

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532. SIKYONIA, Sikyon. Circa 400-323 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.65 gm). Chimaera left; Π below / Dove flying left SNG Copenhagen 57; Dewing 1834. Toned VF. ($125)

533. A R G O L I S , Argos. Circa 322-229 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.49 gm). Forepart of wolf left / Laige A, eagle below, ΙΕΡΩΝΟΣ; all in incuse square. Dewing 1926/27. Toned good VF. ($150)

538. CYCLADES. KEOS, Karthaia. Circa 500-480 BC. AR Stater (11.91 gm). Amphora, dolphin upwards to right / Incuse 'mill-sail' punch BMC Crete etc. pg.90,17. Good VF. Very Rare. ($4500)

539. CYCLADES. Naxos. Circa 520490 BC. AR Staler (11.79 gm). Kantharos with grape-bunch hanging from each handle; ivy-leaf above / Quadripartite incuse square. BMC Crete etc. pg.110,4; Dewing 1955. Toned near VF, large testcut. Rare. ($500)

534. A R G O L I S , Argos. Circa 322-229 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.62 gm). Forepart of wolf left; Θ / Large Α; Π Y, bird on harpa. SNG Copenhagen 36. VF. ($125) 540. CRETE, Gortyna. Circa 320-270 BC. AR Stater (11.31 gm). Europa seated right in tree / Bull standing right, head reverted. Le Rider pg.71,33e (pL Χ VI, 5, same dies). Toned VF, typical for this crude issue, overstruck? ($600)

535. ELIS, Olympia. Circa 400-365 BC. AR Stater (11.73 gm). Head of Hera right, wearing Stephane with palmettes / F-A, thundeibolt within wreath Setoman 273 (same dies). Toned VF, few old scratches in fields. ($500)

541. C R E T E , Gortyna. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. AR Drachm (4.15 gm). Diademed head of Minos right / Apollo seated left on rock, Β in field. Svoronos pi. XVI16; BMC 49; SG13185. Near EF, slightly rough surfaces. ($200)

536. ACHAEAN LEAGUE. Arkadia, Antigoneia. Circa 196-146 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.51 gm). Laureate head of Zeus right / Large AX monogram between A-N, Oil below; all within wreath. Clerk 197; Thompson, The Agrinion Hoard, 391a (same reverse die). Toned good VF. ($125)

542. CRETE, Knossos. Circa 320-270 BC. AR Drachm (5.43 gm). Head of Hera left, wearing stephanos decorated with floral ornaments / ΚΝΩΣΙ, square labyrinth; [A]-P. Svoronos pg.74,70 (pl.VI, 7). Nice VF+, hom silver on reveise. Scarce. ($1500)

537. C Y C L A D E S , Andros. Circa 4th Century BC. R 11mm (1.32 gm). Wreathed head erf Dionysos / AN, amphora. BMC Crete pg. 86,6. VF, black patina Rare. ($125)

543. PONTOS, Amisos (as Peiraeos). Circa 400-360 BC. AR Siglos (5.62 gm). Head of Hera left, wearing Stephane / Facing owl; ΑΙ Γ Υ Malloy 1 h VF, reverse offcenter, cleaned. ($1251


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544. PONTOS, Amisos. Circa 4th century BC. AR Reduced Half Siglos (1.77 gm). Head of Hera, wearing turreted crown / Facing owl; Α ΟΥ, ΔΗΜΗΤ ΡΙΟΥ. Malloy 10c. Toned good VF. ($200)

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550. MYSIA, Adramyteum. Circa 2nd Century BC. JE 18mm (4.48 gm). Laureate head of Zeus left / Horseman riding right, hand raised. BMC Mysia pg.2,2. EF/VF, dark green patina, light porosity. ($150)

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545. PONTOS, Gaziura. Ariarathes I of Cappadocia. Circa 333-322 BC. AR Drachm (4.91 gm). Baal-Gazur seated, holding grapes, eagle and sceptre / Griffin bringing down stag. Babelon, Les Perses, 389; Simonetla la. VF, tough sur($250) faces, test cut reverse. Rare.

551. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 600-550 BC. EL 1/24 Stater (0.62 gm). Tunny fish right/Quadripartite incuse punch. Von Fritze 17; Rosen 421 (this coin). VF. ($250) Ex Rosen collection.

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552. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 600-550 BC EL 1/24 Stater (0.63 gm). Head of tunnyfishleft/Incusepunch. VonFritze3. VF. ($250)

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% EL 553. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 600-550 BC EL 1/96 Staler (0.16 gm). Head of tunnyfishright/ Quadripartite incuse punch. Von Frilze-; cf. Rosen 419 (1/24 staler). VF. ($150)

547. PAPHLAGONIA, Sinope. Circa 420 BC. AR Drachm (6.13 gm). Eagle's head left in profile, dolphin below (off the flan on this specimen) / Crude quadripartite incuse square, Kin upper left quarter. BMFA Supp. 141; SNG Lockett 2654. Toned VF, fine style eagle. ($250)

554. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 550475 BC. EL Fourée Hekte (2.61 gm). Manheaded bull standing left, facing, on tunny fish / Quadripartite incuse punch. Cf. Von Fritze 125; cf. Rosen 501. VF, scratches, plating broken in spots. ($150)

EL 555. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 475-410 BC. EL 1/24 Stater (0.68 gm). Zeus kneelingright,holding sceptre and eagle, on tunnyfish/ Quadripartite incuse punch. Cf. Von Frilze 145 (stater). Good VF. ($350)

548. ΒΓΓΗΥΝΙΑ, Herakleia Pontika. Struck under Timotheus and Dionysios, 345-337 BC. AR Stater (9.61 gm). Head of youthful Dionysos with ivy-wreath; thyrsos behind / Herakles standing left, erecting trophy; between his legs, ram's head left. BMC Bilhynia pg. 142,25 (pLXXX, 5); Waddington pg. 350,35 (pLLVI, 3). VF. ($200) Ex Superior Galleries (December 1991) lot429.

556. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 480-450 BC. AR Diobol (1.25 gm). Forepart of boar left; tunnyfishtoright/ Head of roaring lion. SNG von Aulock 1213. Good VF

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557. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 480450 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.34 gm). Forepart of boar right/Head of roaring hon; reversed Κ. BMC Mysia pg.35,123. Toned EF. ($100)

549. ΒΓΓΉΥΝΙΑ, Kios. Circa 350-300 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.45 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Prow of galley; magistrate Poseidonios. BMC Pontus pg.130,8. Toned VF. ($100) 6 3


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558. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 480-450 BC. Lot of three AR Hemiobols. Forepart of boar left; tunny fish to right / Head of roaring lion. One with star, another with panther head above hon // Has a diobol of Miletos with forepart of Hon / Stellate pattem. Average VF with porosity. 4 pieces total. ($ 100)

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of Athena left. Gaebler 28. // AR Diobol (1.33 gm). Similiar type, but Athena head right Gaebler 37. II JE 19mm (3.87 gm). Janifoim head / Forepart of winged horse. SNG Copenhagen 203. Overstruck on Klazomenai Ai with helmeted facing head of ($250) Athena. Average VF. 3 pieces.

EL 559. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 410-330 BC. EL Hekte (2.66 gm). Aphrodite standing facng, small Eros at side, on tunnyfish/ Quadripartite incuse punch. Cf. Von Fritze 203; Greenwell 34 (staters). VF, irregular flan. ($700) 565. MYSIA, Lampsakos. Circa 2nd Century BC. JE 24mm (6.87 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right; star above / ΛΑΜΨΑ ΚΗΝΩΝ, nude Apollo standing left before lighted tripod, leaning on short column. Unpublished in the major references. VF, dark green patina, slight porosity. ($150)

560. MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 160-145 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.59 gm). Wreathed head of Kore Soteira / Torch and monograms within wreath. Cf. SNG von Aulock 1232. Toned VF, light porosity and abrasions infields.Rare Hellenistic tetradrachm. ($750)

566. MYSIA, Parion. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.39 gm). Gorgoneion / Cow standing left; star below. SNG Copenhagen 263. Good VF, reverse off-center, but a wonderful gorgon. ($200)

561. MYSIA, Lampsakos. Circa 500460 BC AR Drachm (5.72 gm). Janiform female head with taenia / Head of Athena left wearing laureate Corinthian helmet, in incuse square. Gaebler, "Die Silberprägung von Lampsakos," Nomisma ΧΠ (1923), pg.6,21 (Tf. I). Toned VF, light porosity. Rare type. ($500) 567. MYSIA, Pergamon. Attalos 1.241-197 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.15 gm). Diademed and laureate head of Philetairos right / Athena enthroned left; ivy leaf in outer leftfield,A between, bow behind Westermark V.LIX-R.2. VF, slightly porous from old cleaning. ($200) Ex CNA VIII, lot 105b. 562. MYSIA, Lampsakos. Oica 500450 BC AR Drachm (4.62gm). Diademed janiform head / Helmeted head of Athena left, ΟΣ behind. Gaebler, "Die Silberprägung von Lampsakos," Nomisrm ΧΠ-; BMC -. VF, well struck for issue, surfaces slightly rough. ($400)

563. MYSIA, Lampsakos. Circa 390-330 BC. AR Diobol (1.22 gm). Janiform female head, with circular earring / AAM, helmeted head of Athena right. Gaebler, "Die Silberprägung von I^ampsakos", Nomisma ΧΠ, 52; SNG von Aulock 1295. Toned good VF. ($200)

568. MYSIA, Pergamon. Eumenes Π. 197-159 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.78 gm). Laureate head of Philetairos / Athena seated left; thrysos to left, monogram underarm, bow to righL Westermark Group VII. Good VF. ($300)

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575. TROAS, Hamaxitos. Circa 4lh Century BC.jE 11mm (1.54 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Lyre. SNG Copenhagen 341. Good VF, nice dark green patina.

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576. TROAS, Kebren. Circa 4th Century BC. R 10mm (1.00 gm). Laureate head of Apollo/Head of ram. SNG Copenhagen 263. EF, black patina. ($125) 577. TROAS, Kebren. Circa 350-310BC.A119mm (6.56 gm). Laureatehead of Apollo right / Ram's head right; eagle standing right below. BMC Troas pg.45,31 33. VF, dark green patina, scattered porosity. ($75) 569. MYSIA, Pergamon. Circa 160-150 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.73 gm). Cista mystica with serpent / Bowcase with serpents; monogram, torch. Kleiner-Noe Series 11 a, 23. Toned EF. Unusually well-struck and centered for this issue. ($500)

570. MYSIA, Pergamon. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.59 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; serpent-staff toright.BMC Mysia pg.125,109; SNG Copenhagen 431.F/VF. ($125)

578. AEOLIS, Myrina. After 165 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.43 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Apollo Grynios holding branch and phiale, omphalos and amphora at feet; monogram to left Sacks, ANSMN 30, Issue 8. Toned good VF, light scratches. ($500)

571. TROAS. Gamerses, Persian Satrap. Early 4th Century BC. Ai 13mm (1.44 gm). Young male head /Zeus standing right, holding sceptre and eagle; star. See Hirsch Auktion 173, lot 331. Good VF, nicely centered. ($ 150)

572. TROAS, Abydos. Circa 4th Century BC. Ai 11mm (1.06 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Eagle standing left Cf. SNG Copenhagen 36. Good VF, black patina. ($100)

579. AEOLIS, Myrina. After 165 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.82 gm). Laureale head of Apollo right / Apollo Grynios standing right, holding branch and phiale, omphalos and amphora at feet; monogram to left. Sacks, ANSMN 30, Issue 18. Toned VF/near VF, areas of encrustation and corrosion around edges on reverse.

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573. TROAS, Assos. Circa 400-241 BC. AR Tetrobol (2.66 gm). Helmeted head of Athena left / Bucranium. SNG Copenhagen 226. Toned VF, minor edge chip. Rare. ($250)

574. TROAS, Birytis. Circa 31d Century BC. Lot of three /ÂŁ (5.49,5.23,1.45 gm). Head of Kabeiros left, wearing pointed cap / Club within wreath. SNG Copenhagen 247 (2 coins); 250. Average good VF, black patina with some porosity. Scarcer city. ($100)

580. AEOLIS, Myrina. After 165 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.30 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Apollo Grynios holding branch and phiale, omphalos and amphora at feet; monogram to left Sacks, ANSMN 30, Issue 20. Toned good VF. ($500)


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588. IONIA, KJazomenai. Circa 4th Cenniiy BC. Lot of two i E JE 19mm (4.29 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right, griffin on helmet / Recumbent ram; serpent in front SNG Copenhagen 62. // JE 16mm (4.88 gm). Helmeted facing head of Athena /Ram walking right. SNG Copenhagen 85ff. Both VF, brown patina. ($200) 581. AEOLIS, Myrina. After 165 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.08 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Apollo Grynios holding branch and phiale, omphalos and amphora at feet; monogram to left Sacks, ANSMN 30, Issue 23. Toned good VF. ($750)

589. IONIA, Miletos. Late Sixth Century BC. AR Twelfth Stater (1.26 gm). Lion's head left / Floral star in incuse square. Dewing 2289/90. Toned EF.

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582. LESBOS. Late 6th Century BC. AR Tenth Stater (1.21 gm). Two boars' heads vis avis; ΛΕΣ above/Incuse square of rough form. BMCTroas etc. pg.151,14. VF, porous. Rare. ($ 175)

590. IONIA, Miletos. Circa 39-17 BC JE 20mm (3.49 gm). Cult statue of Apollo Didyma /lion crouching; star,monogram,magistrate Menestrates. Deppert-Lippitz 985; Lindgren & Kovacs 516 (this coin). Good VF, brown patina, flip-over double strike. ($100)

583. IONIA. Spithridates, Persian Satrap. Circa 334 BC. JE 11mm (1.14 gm). Head of satrap, wearing Persian cap / Forepart of horse right, Persian royal symbol in field. SNG von Aulock 1823. Good VF, brown patina. Very Rare. ($150)

591. IONIA, Myos. Circa 4th Century BC. 8mm (0.59 gm). Laureate head of Apollo within wreath / MY, gooseright,within meander pattern. Cf. Traité Π, 1775. Good VF, smooth dark green patina. Slightly off-center, but quite rare. ($100)

584. IONIA, Ephesos. Circa 387-295 BC AR Tetradrachm (14.79 gm). Bee, with straight wings / Forepart of stag, palm tree; magistrate ΑΙΝΕΑΣ. BMC Ionia pg.52, 38; Head pg.33. VF, some edge roughness. ($300)

592. IONIA, Phokaia. Circa 6th-5th Century BC. AR Trihemiobol (1.28 gm). Helmeted female head left / Quadripartite incuse square. Rosen 596. VF, nicely centered. ($100)

585. IONIA, Ephesos. Circa 387-295 BC. JE 13mm (1.72 gm). Bee / Forepart of stag, head reverted. SNG Copenhagen 244. VF, black patina. ($75)

593. IONIA, Phokaia. Circa 6th-5th Century BC. AR Obol (0.85 gm). Helmeted female head right / Quadripartite incuse square. Cf. Peus 328, 177. Good Fine, porosity. ($75)

EL 594. IONIA, Phokaia. Circa 387-326 BC. EL Hekte (2.52 gm). Head of Pan left, wearing ivy wreath, seal below / Quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 97; Dewing 2306. VF. ($350)

586. IONIA, Ephesos. Circa 202-133 BC. JE 11mm (1.04 gm). Bee; quiver below / Stag before palm tree; magistrate ΑΡΙΣΤ... lindgren & Kovacs 453 (this coin). Good VF, green patina. ($100)

ExCNA VI, lot 114; Stack's 1976ANA Sale, lot 1484.

EL 587. ION LA, Klazomenae. Circa 520480 BC. AR Drachm (6.53 gm). Forepart of winged boar right / Crude quadripartite incuse square. Dewing 2257; SNG Copenhagen 2. Toned VF, light porosity, small test cut at 8 o'clock. Rare. ExCNAXVI.lot 163. ($300)

595. IONIA, Phokaia. Circa 387-326 BC. Electrum Hekte (252 gm). Laureate female head left; her hair in sakkos / Quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt Ph. 102 (b/a). VF. ($500) 6 6


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596. IONIA, Smyrna. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. Ai 20mm (8.77 gm). Laureate head erf Apollo / The poet Homer seated left; magistrate Aristagoros, monogram. SNG Copenhagen 1159. VF, green patina. ($100)

597. IONIA, Smyrna. Circa 2nd-1st Century BC. JE 21mm (9.41 gm). Laureate head of Apollo; A behind / The poet Homer seated left; magistrate Achilletos son of Achilletos. SNG Copenhagen-; Mionnet Supp. VI, 304. VF, brown patina. ($100)

598. IONIA, Smyrna. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. JE 21mm (8.93 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / The poet Homer seated left; magistrates Menophilos and Krabeos. SNG Copenhagen 1156. Good VF, green patina. ($100) 599. IONIA, Smyrna. Circa 2nd- 1st Century BC. Lot of three JE with laureate head of Apollo / The poet Homer seated left Magistrates Herakleidas (2 coins); Apollophanes and Orobitenos. SNG von Aulock 2169; SNG Copenhagen 1155. Average VF. 3 pieces. ($150)

600. IONIA, Teos. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Trihemiobol (0.93 gm). Griffin sealedright,forepaw raised / Lyre; magistrate ΑΑΥΓΠΟΝ. Imhoof-Blumer, Monnaies Grecques pg.297,132. Good VF, slightly off center. Rare. ($150)

603. LYDIA, Thyateira. In the name of the Pergamene pretender Eumenes III (Aristonikos). Year 1 of theRevolt (133/132 BC). AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.58 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two ooiled serpents, thunderbolt between their heads; to left, ΘΥΑ; to right, male head (Dionysos?); within coils of serpents, BA-EY and A (Year 1). BMC Lydia -; SNG von Aulock -; Kleiner-Noe PI.XXXVIII, 10 (same obverse die - the present specimen, with its shared obverse die to the Kleiner-Noe plate coin but a different reverse die, would seem to indicate that it is an official issue not an ancient imitation as Kleiner speculated). VF+. Extremely Rare and perhaps only the second specimen known. ($1200)

This coin and the next three lots comprise a complete (and extremely rare) set of the four years of the revolt of the Pergamene pretender Eumenes III (Aristonikos) against the Romans from 133-130 BC. These four coins were issued in the Lydian cities ofThyateira and Apollonis. Apollonis was situated northwest ofSardeis, approximately midway between Pergamon and Sardeis, and Thyateira was located on the upper Lykos, east of Apollonis. Eumenes III - Aristonikosfinanced his revolt against the Romans with the coinage issued by a mobile mint as he occupied Thyateira, then Apollonis andfinally Stratonikeia. Aristonikos' revolt was motivated by the will of the last true king ofPergamon, Attalos III; 138-133 BC, who bequeathed the Pergamene kingdom to Rome. Much has been written on this unusual gift and logical thought dictates that the scholarly and bookish Altalos recognized that Rome would be the only power able to insure peace and order in Asia Minor. Altalos disliked his subjects and this action made certain that they had no fond memories of him. One of these subjects, Aristonikos, claiming to be a son ofEumenes II by a concubine, decided to leada revolt against the Romans who were caught unprepared by Attalos ' legacy. With the support and aid ofthe peasants, native tribesmen and the Pergamene upper-class bureaucracy, Aristonikos managed to lead his struggle against Rome for several years beforefinallybeing captured and executed by the Roman army at Stratonikeia. The Pergamene kingdom then became the core of the Roman province ofAsia. Forfurther reading on thisfasinating series ofcoins see Kleiner-Noe, The Early Cistophoric Coinage (New York, 1977), pp.103-106.

601. IONIA, Islands off. Chios. Circa 190-84 BC. AR Drachm (3.73 gm). Sphinx seated left; grape-bunch on vine before / Amphora, piled of the Dioskuri to the left; all within wreath. Cf. Dewing 2332 variety and BMC Ionia pg.333, 49 var (both have same magistrate but eagle symbol not pilei). Toned VF. ($200)

602. LYDIA, Kings of. Croesus. 560-546 BC. AR Sixth Stater (2.14 gm). Confronted lion and bull / Incuse. Grose, McClean 8640. Good VF. ($600)

604. LYDIA, Thyateira. Inthenameofthe Pergamene pretender Eumenes HI (Aristonikos). Year20f the Revolt (132/131 BC). AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.54 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents, thunderbolt between their heads; to left, ΘΥΑ; to right, male head (Dionysos?); within ooils of serpents, BA-EY and Β (Year 2). SNG von Aulock 3198; Kleiner-Noe Series 1, PLXXXVm, 1 (same dies); SG 4740. VF+, reverse slightly double-struck. Extremely Rare. ($1000)


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610. LYDIA, Thüles. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.27 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; herm to right, ΔΙΟΝ above. BMC Lydia pg.331,35; SNG von Aulock 3260. VF. ($125)

605. LYDIA, Apollonis. In the name of the Pergamene pretender Eumenes ΠΙ (Aristonikos). Year 3 of the Revolt (131/130 BC). AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.56 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents, thunderbolt between their heads; to left, head of Zeus(?); toright,male head (Dionysos?); within coils of serpents, Β A-EY and Γ (Year 3}, below, ΑΠ-ΟΑ SNG von Aulodc 2897; Kleiner-Noe Series 2. VF+. Extremely Rare. ($750)

611. CARIA, Satraps. Pixodaros. 340-334 BC. AR Didrachm (6.15 gm). Laureate head of Apollo, facing slightly right / ΓΉΞΩΔΑΡΟΥ, Zeus Labraundos standing, holding double ax (labrys) and lotus-tipped sceptre. Boston 2007; SNG von Aulock 2375. VF/F, scratches, cleaned. ($200)

606. LYDIA, Apollonis. In the name of the Pergamene pretender Eumenes III (Aristonikos). Year 4 of the Revolt (130/129 BC). AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.54 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two ooiled serpents, thunderbolt between their heads; to left, head of Zeus(?); toright,male head (Dionysos?); within coils of serpents, Β A-EY and Δ (Year 4>, below, ΑΠ-ΟΛ. BMC Lydia pg. 18,1 ; Kleiner-Noe Series 3, PLXXXVm, 7 (same dies); SG 4686. VF+, reverse slightly double-struck. Extremely Rare. ($750)

612. CARIA, Knidos. Circa 520495 BC. AR Drachm (4.06 gm). Forepart of roaring lion right / Archaic head of Aphrodite left within incuse square. Cahn 33 (R30). Good VF. ($450)

613. CARIA, Knidos. Circa 449-411 BC. AR Drachm (6.09 gm). Forepart of roaring hon right/ Archaic head of Aphrodite right within incuse square. Cahn dies V43/R59. Toned good VF. ($1250) 607. LYDIA, Philadelphia. Circa 3rd-2nd Century BC. Ai 20mm (7.77 gm). Bust of Artemis / Apollo seated left, lyre at side; magistrates Ermippos, Ermogenos, Archiereos. BMC Lydia pg. 188,10. Good VF, black patina. ($ 100) 608. LYDIA, Philadelphia. Circa 3rd-2nd Century BC. Ai 20mm (5.99 gm). Bust of Artemis / Apollo walking right, holding lyre; magistrates Ermippos, Archiereos. BMC Lydia pg. 188,13. Good VF, obverse off-center, dark green patina. ($75)

614. CARIA, Knidos. Circa 250-210 BC. AR Drachm (218 gm). Rhodian standard. Diademed and draped bust of Artemisright,quiver at shoulder / Tripod, magistrate Apollon. Cf. SNG von Aulock 2613 variety (different magistrate). Toned VF+. ($200)

615. CARIA, Uncertain Mint. Circa 490-480 BC. AR Stater (12.06 gm). Winged femalefigurerunning left, holding caduceus and wreath / Baetyl (?) in incuse square. Troxell, "Winged Carians", in Essays Thompson, pg.260,1 -3; Asyut 669ff. Fine. ($200)

609. LYDIA, IValles. After 128 BC. AR Cislaphoric Tetradrachm (12.61 gm). Cista mystica with serpent / Bowcase with serpents; magistrate Ptol..., Dionysos. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 662. VF, oval flan. ($150) 5


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616. CARIA, Uncertain Mint. Circa 5th Century BC. AR Obol (0.71 gm). Forepart of roaring lion left / Panther head facing, in incuse square. Cf. Troxell 1A (hon head reverse). Good VF. Rare. ($225) 622. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 340-316 BC. AR Didrachm (6.70 gm). Helios /Rose, Ε and unattached grapes. Ashton Group IA. VF. ($250)

617. CARIA, Uncertain Mint. Circa 5th Century BC. AR Obol (0.67 gm). Forepart of roaring lion left / Panther head facing, in incuse square. Cf. Troxell 1A (lion head reverse). VF, porosity. Rare. ($150)

623. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 304-189 BC. AR Tetradrachm (13.49 gm). Radiate head of Helios, facing slightlyright/ ΡΟΔΙΟΝ, rose with bud; prow in left field, magistrate AMEINΙΑΣ. BMC Caria pg.241,120. Toned VF+, obverse slightly off-center. ($800)

618. CARIA, Islands off. Kos. Circa 190-166 BC. AR Drachm (2.72 gm). Head of bearded Herakles right, wearing lion skin / ΚΩΙΟΝ, crab and club; magistrate ΦΙΛΙΝΟΣ. SNG von Aulock 2757. Toned VF. ($250)

624. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 304-189 BC. AR Tetradrachm (13.53 gm). Radiate head of Helios, facing slightly right / ΡΟΔΙΟΝ, rose with bud; winged thunderbolt, magistrate EVKPATHL SNG Copenhagen 754 variety (magistrate's name above rose). Choice EF. ($1250) 619. CARIA, Islands off. Kos. Nikias, Tyrant. Circa 30 BC (?). JE 31mm (20.90). Head of Nikias / Head of Asklepios, magistrate Charmylos. RPC 2731. Near VF, green patina. Extremely Rare. ($750) The elusive Nikias apparently seized power in Kos in the late Republican period, perhaps taking advantage of turmoil within the Roman Empire. He is usually dated between about 50 BC and the reign of Augustus, but the onlyfirm evidence for his dale 625. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 265-250 BC. AR Didrachm (6.73 is the style of his portrait on his extremely rare bronze coins, which seem to be ($250) strongly influenced by the portraiture ofOctavian. His coinage, however, has not yet gm). Helios /Rose, Δ and thunderbolt. Ashton Group 3. Good VF. beenfully studied, and even the sequence of his mint magistrates has not yet been established.

626. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. After 250 BC. AR Didrachm (5.91 gm). Radiate head of Helios, facing slightly right / Rose with bud; Nike to left (her right hand raised), magistrate Mnasimachos. Ashton Series 4; BMC Caria pg. 244, 145/146. Toned good VF. ($350)

620. CARIA, Islands Off. Kamiros on Rhodes. Circa 510 BC. AR Stater (11.57 gm). Fig leaf / Incuse square divided into two rectangular compartments, with the surfaces scored with irregular lines. Babelon, Traité 1,751; BMC Caria pg.224,7. Toned Fine, scratches. Rare Variety. ($500)

627. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 166-88 BC. AR Drachm (2.63 gm). Radiate head of Heliosright/ Rose with bud to right; magistrate ΑΡΤΕΜΩΝ, headdress of Isis (?) to left. BMC Caria pg.253,253. Toned good VF. ($200)

621. CARIA, Islands Off. Kamiros on Rhodes. Circa 490 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.49 gm). Fig leaf / Square incuse punch. Babelon, Traité 1,756; BMC Caria pg.224, 11. F to VF. Rare. ($150) 5 9


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628. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 166-88 BC. AR Drachm (2.78 gm). Radiate head of Helios right / Open rose with bud; magistrate ΑΥΣΙΜΑΞΟΣ. BMC; SNG Copenhagen-. Toned good VF. Magistrate unlisted in the major collections. ($150) 634. PHRYGIA, Apameia. After 133 BC. AR Cistaphoric Tetradrachm (1258 gm). Cista mystica with serpent / Bowcase with serpents; magistrate Skumnos, crossed torches. SNG Copenhagen 150ff. Near VF. ($125) 629. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 166-88 BC. AR Drachm (2.95 gm). Radiate head of Helios right / Open rose with bud; omphalos with serpent, magistrate Stasion. BMC Caria pg. 256,284. VF. ($125)

630. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 166-88 BC. AR Drachm (2.83 gm). Radiate head of Helios right / Open rose with bud; star, magistrate Stasion. BMC Caria pg. 256,285. VF. ($125)

631. PHRYGIA, Apameia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.62 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; two flutes toright,magistrate Archelaos. BMC Phrygia pg.70, 12; SNG von Aulock-.Near VF. ($125)

635. PHRYGIA, Apameia. Circa 189-133 BC. AR Half-Cistophoros (5.98 gm). lion's skin draped over club; all within ivy-wreath /Grape-bunch upon vineleaf, Apameia monogram to left, flower (?) toright.SNG Copenhagen 149; SNG von Aulock 3456. Toned VF, light porosity. Scarce type. ($250)

636. PHRYGIA, Apameia. Circa 133-48 BC. R 24mm (9.85 gm). Helmeted bust of Athena / Eagle alighting upon meander pattern between caps erf the Dioskouri, magistrate Antiphon. SNG Copenhagen 164. Choice EF, green patina. ($150)

632. PHRYGIA, Apameia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.37 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two ooiled serpents; two flutes to right, magistrate KiiKOY BMC Phrygia pg.70,11 ; SNG von Aulock 3460. Near VF. ($ 125)

637. PHRYGIA, Kibyra. Circa 166-84 BC. AR Drachm (2.93 gm). Male head right, wearing crested helmet / Horseman galloping right, holding couched spear and shield. BMC Phrygia pg. 133,11. Toned VF, very light porosity. ($200)

633. PHRYGIA, Apameia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (11.80 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; magistrate Phainippos. BMC Phrygia -; SNG von Aulock 3461. Near VF. ($125)

638. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.12 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus to right, ΑΝΤΊ monogram above. BMC Phrygia -; SNG vrai Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. Near VF. ($ 125)


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639. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (1225 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus to right, magistrate Aphobetos (son of) Philippos. BMC Phrygia pg.279,5; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. Near VF. ($125)

644. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.36 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus to right, magistrate Hermogenes (son of) Olympiodoros. BMC Phrygia pg.279,6 var. (Olympiodoros [son of] Heimogenes); SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen 493 var. (same). VF. ($ 150)

640. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.14 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus to right, magistrate Apollonios (son of) Pyronos. BMC Phrygia -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. Near VF. ($125)

645. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (11.81 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus to tight, magistrate Kratippos. BMC Phrygia pg280,10; SNG von Aulock 3801; SNG Copenhagen -. VF, flan cracks. ($150)

641. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.12 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus toright,magistrate Diodoros. BMC Phrygia pg.280,8; SNG von Aulock 3800 var. (with B); SNG Copenhagen 487 var. (with B). VF. ($150)

646. PHRYGIA, Laodikcia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.38 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus to right, magistrate Menekrates (son of) Dionysios. BMC Phrygia -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. Near VF. ($125)

642. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (1233 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus and Î&#x2019; to right, magistrate Diodoros. BMC Phrygia pg.280,9; SNG von Aulock 3800; SNG Copenhagen 487. Near VF. ($125)

647. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.46 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceustoright,magistrate Nikodikos. BMC Phrygia -;SNG von Aulock-;SNG Copenhagen-.VF. ($150)

643. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (1223 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus toright,magistrate Eumnos (son of) Herodian. BMC Phrygia -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen 491. Near VF. ($125)

648. PHRYGIA, Laodikcia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.31 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus to right, magistrate Phasis. BMC Phrygia pg280,12; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. VF. ($150)


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655. LYCIAN LEAGUE, Myra-Masiky tes. Circa 27-23 BC. JE. 19mm (3.39 gm). AY, head of Artemis / MY, stag; crown of Isis. Troxell, Coinage of the Lycian League, 195. Good VF, black patina. ($100) 649. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (11.91 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus toright,magistrate Polemaios. BMC Phiygia -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen 488. VF. ($150)

656. PAMPHYLIA, Aspendos. Circa 410-375 BC. AR Half Stater or Siglos (5.19 gm). Mopsos on horseback left, holding spear / Boar left, spear protruding from its backside, drops of blood below; around, EXTFEJAIJTVI. Olçay-M0tkholm, "The Coin Hoard from Podalia",NC 1971, pg.16, P1.9 0490/R491. VF, porous. Rare. ($200) 650. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (1225 gm). Cista mystica containing serpent; all within ivy-wreath / Bow in case between two coiled serpents; winged caduceus to right, magistrate Timesileos (?). BMC Phiygia -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. Near VF. ($ 125)

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651. LYCIA, Dynasts. Uvug. Circa 5th Century BC. AR Obol (0.71 gm). Forepart of winged man-headed bull / Head of Sphinx in dotted square. Cf. BMC Lycia pg. 16,75 (diobol). VF. ($150)

657. PAMPHYLIA, Aspendos. Circa 370-330 BC. AR Stater (10.81 gm). Two wrestlers grappling; Β A between / ΕΣΓΡΕΑΠΥΣ, slinger, triskeles in field. Babelon, TrailélI 1574. Toned VF. ($500)

652. LYCIA. Uncertain Mint Circa 530-500 BC. AR Staler (8.92 gm). Roaring Hon's head left / Quadripartite incuse square diagonally divided. SNG von Aulock 4042. Good VF. Ex Giessener Münzhandlung 55, lot 314. Also a second piece ineluded in lot: AR Stater (8.48 gm). Lion's head right / Incuse square with star-shaped pattern of lines. SNG Berry 1154; SNG von Aulock 4041. Fine, some tooling on obverse. Two (2) coins in lot ($600)

658. PAMPHYLIA, Aspendos. Circa 370-330 BC. AR Staler (10.19 gm). Two wrestlers grappling / Slinger standingright,triskeles toright,within doaed square incuse. Cf. SNG von Aulock 4539. Toned EF, obverse flan flaw at 6 o'clock has been filled in with a wax/epoxy substance. ($300)

653. LYCIAN LEAGUE, Kragos. Circa 28-18 BC. AR Quarter Drachm (0.88 gm). Head of Artemis left / AY, quiver, Κ Ρretrogradeand star. Troxell, Coinage cf the Lycian League, 127.2. Good VF, areas of porosity. ($ 125)

659. PLSIDIA, Selge. Circa 4th Century BC. Lot of two AR Obols. Gorgoneion / Helmeted head of Athena. One with H, the other with monogram onreverse.SNG Copenhagen 251ff. Good VF. 2 pieces. ($100)

654. LYCIAN LEAGUE, Masikytes. Circa 1st Century BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.88 gm). Laureate head of Apollo right, hair in cork-screw curls / Lyre; M-A, palm-branch to left. Troxell, Coinage ofthe Lycian League, 108; BMC Lycia pg.64, 8. Iridescently toned VF+. ($ 125) Ex Coin Galleries MBS (February 22,1989) lot 147.

660. PISIDIA, Selge. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. JE 12mm (2.71 gm). Facing head of Herakles, wreathed with styrax, club behind / Forepart of stag. SNG Copenhagen 259. VF, brown patina. ($65) 9 2


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669. CILICIA, Nagidos. Circa 420-400 BC. AR Obol (0.67 gm). Head of Aphrodile / Bearded head of Dionysos. SNG Levante 3. VF. ($75) 670. CILICIA, Nagidos. Circa 420-400 BC. AR Obol (0.68 gm). Bearded head of Pan / Bearded head of Dionysos. SNG Levante 4. VF. ($75)

661. LYKAONIA, Laranda. Mazaios, Satrap? Circa 324-323 BC. AR Obol (0.59 gm). Jugate diademed male heads right / Forepart of wolf right; monogram and star. Babelon, Traité Π, pl. CXII, 11. VF, porosity. Extremely Rare. ($300)

671. CILICIA, Nagidos. Circa 400-380 BC. AR Stater (10.48 gm). Head of Dionysos right, wearing ivy-wreath / Head of Aphrodite right, her hair in sphendone. Cf. SNG Levante 2; BMC Lycaonia etc. pg. 110,3. Toned VF, typical small flan. ($350) 662. LYKAONIA. Epiphanes and Kallinikos of Commagene. 38-72 AD. JE 19mm (6.44 gm). The two brothers on horseback / Capricorn in wreath; star and anchor. RPC 3535. VF, black patina. Rare. ($100) 663. CILICIA, Aigeai. Circa 2nd-1st Century BC. JE 22mm (7.04 gm). Laureate head of Zeus / Athena standing, holding Nike, spear and shield; EP. SNG Levante 1676. VF, smooth black patina. ($65) 672. CILICIA, Nagidos. Circa 356-333 BC. AR Stater (9.73 gm). Aphrodite enthroned, Eros flying toward her, mouse below / Dionysos holding grapes and thyrsos; monogram, astragalos, ΑΣ infield.SNG Copenhagen 183. Toned VF, light scratches. ($400)

664. CILICIA, Kelenderis. Circa 425-400 BC. AR Stater (10.61 gm). Nude rider, holding whip, riding sideways on horseright/ Goat (?) kneeling left, ivy-leaf above. Cf. SNG von Aulock 05637/R5625; SNG Levante -; SNG Paris -. Toned VF. Possible transitional issue between the series with the goat kneeling left (Kraay Series m , NC 1962) and the horseman right (Kraay Series IV). ($300)

673. CILICIA, Seleukeia ad Kalykadnos. Circa 2nd Century BC to Imperial Times. JE 22mm (8.58 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right / Nike advancing left, holding wreath. BMC Lycaonia etc. pg. 129,10. EF, dark brown to black patina. ($200)

665. CILICIA, Kelenderis. Circa 425-400 BC. AR Obol (0.78 gm). Forepart of Pegasos, with curved wings /Goat kneeling right, head reverted. SNG Levante 27; SNG Paris, 87 (same dies). Toned EF. ($250)

674. CILICIA, Selinos. Iotape of Commagene. 38-72 AD. JE 18mm (3.87 gm). Head of Iotape right / Diana standing right, stag at feet. RPC 3702. Near VF, black patina. Rare. ($ 150)

666. CILICIA, Kdendris. Circa 425400 BC. AR Obol (0.42 gm). Forepart of PegasosrightIKE (retrograde), goat right SNG Paris 92. VF. ($100) 667. CILICIA, Kdendris. Anliochos IV of Commagene. 38-72 AD. JE 22mm (8.03 gm). Diademed bust of Antiochos right / Apollo standing left, holding branch and leaning on column with tripod. RPC 3710. VF, gray-green patina, flan flaws. ($85)

675. CILICIA, Soloi. Grca 385-350 BC. AR Tetartemorion (0.28 gm). Helmeted head of Athenaright/ Grape cluster in circle. BMC Lycaonia etc. pg. 148,24. Good VF, scarce. ($100)

668. CILICIA, Nagidos. Circa 420-400 BC. AR Obol (0.71 gm). Head of Aphrodite / Bearded head of Dionysos holding grapes and thyrsos. SNG Levante 3. VF/VF+, obverse encrustation, sharp portrait of Dionysos. ($ 125)

676. CILICIA, Soloi. Circa 350-330 BC. AR Obol (0.68 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right / ΣΟΑΕΩΝ, grape cluster, A Β to left a . SNG Paris 184. Good VF. ($125) 6 3


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684. CILICIA, Satraps of. Datantes. 378-372 B C AR Obol (0.67 gm). Female head right / Helmeted head right SNG Levante 81. Near EF. ($ 125)

677. CILICIA, Soli-Pompeiopolis. Circa 1st Century BC. R 27mm (14.46 gm). Radiate head of Sol right / Athena seated left SNG von Aulock 5882. VF. Rare. ($150) 685. CILICIA, Satraps of. Datames. 378-372 BC. AR Obol (0.82 gm). Facing male head (Herakles?) / Female bust right, with hair in queue. Babelon, Les Perses, 186. Good VF. ($100) 678. CILICIA, Satraps of. Tiribazos. 386-380 BC. AR Obol (0.60 gm). Head of Ahura-Mazda right / Baaltars standing left, holding eagle and sceptre. SNG Paris 234; Babelon, Traité 11,577. VF, scarce. ($100)

679. CILICIA, Satraps of. Tiribazos. 386-380 BC. AR Obol (0.71 gm). Facing female head / Female head left, wearing Stephane. SNG Paris 236; Babelon, Traité ($100) Π, 1379. VF, scarce.

686. CILICIA, Torsos. Mazaios. 361 -334 BC. AR Stater (10.01 gm). Baallars seated left / Lion attacking bull, wheat shaft below. SNG Levante -; BMC Cilicia 53; Traité 695. EF. Rare symbol. ($750)

680. CILICIA, Satraps of. Pharnabazos. 379-374 BC. AR Obol (0.75 gm). Baaltars seated left / Helmeted head left. SNG Levante 76. Good VF. ($ 100)

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687. CILICIA, Tarsos. Mazaios, Satrap. 361-334 BC. AR Stater (10.39 gm). Baaltars seated, holding grapes, grain, eagle and sceptre / l i o n bringing down bulL Babelon, Les Perses, 222. VF, test cut ($150)

681. CILICIA, Satraps of. Uncertain Satrap. Circa 379-361 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.37 gm). Facing female head / Helmeted head left. SNG Levante 95. VF. ($100)

688. CILICIA, Uncertain. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Obol (0.61 gm). Baallars seated left, holding grain, grapes and sceptre / Forepart of wolf; crescent above. SNG Levante 223. Near EF. ($100) 682. CILICIA, Satraps of. Datames. 378-372 BC. AR Stater (9.90 gm). Facing female head / Helmeted head right. SNG Levante 78. VF, gray toning, flan flaw obverse. .. . ^ c a a & j $ 2 0 0 )

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689. CILICIA, Uncertain. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Obol (0.51 gm). Head of Baaltars right / Forepart of wolf; A above. SNG Levante 227. Good VF, small squared-off flan. ($75)

683. CILICIA, Torsos. Datantes, Satrap. 378-362 BC. AR Stater (10.70 gm). Facing female head / Head of Ares left. Overstruck on an AR Stater of Side in Pamphylia, circa 375-333 BC, Athena standing left / Apollo standing left Then countermaiked wilh a steer walking right and legend 'Baal' SNG von Aulock 5942 (with same countermark) overstruck on SNG von Aulock 4772. Toned good VF. An unusual overstrike. ($300)

690. CILICIA, Uncertain. Circa 4th Centuiy BC. AR Obol (0.58 gm). Facing female head / Facing head of the Egyptian god Bes. SNG Levante 233. Toned good VP($150) 9 4


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691. CILICIA, Uncertain. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Obol (0.78 gm) Helmeted head of Athena right / Baaltars seatedright,holding sceptre and eagle SNG Levante 244. Good VF. ($100) 698. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariarathes IX, Son of Mithradates VI of Pontos. 101 -87 BC. AR Drachm (3.86 gm). Year 5 (97/96 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, monogram. Simonetta 4a? Good VF. ($ 100) ExBrauer collection,NFAXXI, lot 368.

692. GALATIA, Kings of. Amyntas. 36-25 BC Ai 17mm (3.79 gm). Draped bust of Hermes right, wearing petasos; caduceus behind shoulder / Winged caduceus. BMC Galatia etc. pg.4,16; SG 5698. EF, beautiful green patina with touches of ted. ($400) 693. GALATIA, Kings of. Amyntas. 36-25 BC. M 22mm (7.73 gm). Head of Herakles right / Stalking hon right; Β above. SNG Copenhagen 99. VF, surfaces slightly rough, dark green patina. (S65)

699. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariarathes IX. 101-87 BC. AR Drachm (4.34 gm). Year 12 (90/89 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, monograms. Simonetta 5. Good VF. ($100)

700. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariarathes IX. 101-87 BC. AR Dradim (3.86 gm). Year 15 (87 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, monogram. Simonetta 11. VF. ($75)

694. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariarathes IV. 220-163 BC. AR Drachm (3.98 gm). Year 33 (187/186 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, three monograms. Simonetta 13ff (varient monograms). Near VF, porosity. ($65)

701. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariobarzanes 1.96-63 BC. AR Drachm (4.21 gm). Year 2 (94/93 BC). Young diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, monograms. Simonetta 4a. VF, flan crack, hom silver. ($65)

702. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariobarzanes 1.96-63 BC. Lot of two AR Drachms (4.00 & 4.09 gm). Year 14 (82/81 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, monograms. One with date ΙΔ, the other AL Simonetta 14,17b. Both VF. 2 pieces. ($100)

695. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariarathes V. 163-130 BC. AR Drachm (4.00 gm). Year 3 (161/160 BC). Crude diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear; monogram, inverted Tin date. Simonetta 15b. VF. ($75) Struckduring the revolt ofOrophernes.

703. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariobarzanes 1.96-63 BC. AR Drachm (4.05 gm). Year 21 (75/74 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear; monogram. Simonetta 28. // Plus another, date unreadable. Both VF. 2 pieces. ($100)

696. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariarathes V. 163-130 BC. AR Drachm (3.83 gm). Year 5 (159/158 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, Τ A. Simonetta 25b. VF. ($75)

704. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariobarzanes 1.96-63 BC. AR Drachm (4.21 gm). Year 29 (67/66 BC). Older diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, monogram. Simonetta 40a. // Plus another (3.85 gm). Year31 (65/64 BQ. Simonetta 45a. Both VF. 2 pieces. ($ 100)

697. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariarathes VI. 130-116BC. ARDrachm(4.10 gm). Year 15(116 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, Τ Η. Simonetta 28. Near VF. ($75)

705. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariobarzanes Π. 63-52 BC. AR Drachm (4.21 gm). Year 7 (57/56 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear Simonetta 1. VF. ($85) 9 5


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711. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Seleukos 1.312-280 BC. AR Obol (0.57 gm). Baluchistan area. Circa 300 BC. Helmeted head of Seleukos / Nike constructing trophy. Houghton 1112; see also Houghton, "Notes on the Early Seleucid Victory Coinage of 'Persepolis'", SNR 56, pp.5-14. Near VF. Rare. ($ 100)

706. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariobarzanes Π. 63-52 BC. AR Drachm (3.61 gm). Year 7 (57/56 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, name spelled APIOBAPZAN. Simonetta 1 variety. VF. ($85) ExLockett collection (SNG 3087).

712. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Seleukos 1.312-280 BC. AR Obol (0.64 gm). Seleukeia on Tigris mint. Circa 293-292 BC. Tripod / Anchor, Δ and monogram. Newell ESM 58. Toned VF, flan flaw. Rare. ($125) 707. CAPPADOCIA, Kings of. Ariobarzanes ΙΠ. 5 2 4 2 BC. AR Drachm (3.62 gm). Year 9 (44 BC). Diademed head / Athena holding Nike and spear, star and crescent, monogram. Simonetta lb. VF. ($75) Ariobarzanes was a grandson of Mithradates VI ofPontos, and used the Pontic royal symbol on his coins.

713. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Seleukos 1.312-280 BC. AR Hemidrachm (200 gm). Baktria mint Before 285 BC. Laureate head of Zeus; monogram / Athena Promachos in biga drawn by elephants; anchor above. Newell ESM 660. Near VF, corroded surfaces. Rare. ($100)

714. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos 1.280-261 BC. AR Drachm (4.22 gm). Magnesia mint. Diademed head / Apollo seated on omphalos. Newell, WSM 1471e (this coin). Tonednear VF. ($250)

708. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Seleukos 1.312-280 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.09 gm). Seleukia on the Tigris mint. Circa 303-302 BC. Herakles / Zeus seated left, holding Nike who crowns him. Newell ESM 13; Houghton -. Toned VF. ($400)

Ex Ars Classica X(1925), lot 899.

709. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Seleukos 1.312-280 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.58 gm). Susa mint. Circa 311 -305 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing hon skin / ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ, Zeus seated left; wreath and horsehead in front, ΒΕ/Π below throne. Newell, ESM 289; Price 3868. Good VF. Rare fractional denomination. ($250)

715. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos HI. 223-186 BC. AR Drachm (3.99 gm). Ekbatana mint. Circa 200-187 BC. Diademed head / Apollo seated on omphalos Newell, ESM 639; Houghton 1195. Near VF. ($100)

Ex Wilkinson Collection, lot 857.

710. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Seleukos 1.312-280 BC. AR Drachm (4.13 gm). Susa mint. Circa 300 BC. Helmeted head of Seleukos, helmet covered with panther skin / Nike constructing trophy; Η AX below. Newell, ESM 418; see Houghton, "Notes on the Early Seleucid Victory Coinage of ' Peisepolis'", SNR 56, pp.5-14. VF, weak strike. Rare. ($300) 716. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Seleukos IV. 187-175 BC. R 32mm (3222 gm). Ekbatana mint Facing bust of Dionysos / Elephant. Newell ESM 557 (Seleukos Π); Houghton 1205. Fine, black patina. Very Rare. ($400)

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723. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Demetrios L 162-150 BC. AR Drachm (4.20 gm). Ekbatana mint. Diademed head / Apollo seated on omphalos; palm to left Houghton 1250. Toned VF. ($100) 717. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Anüochos IV. 175-164 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.58 gm). Antioch mint. Circa 167 BC. Laureate head of Zeus / Zeus seated left, holding Nike. Newell, SMA 63. Toned VF. Rare. ($750)

724. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Demetrios 1.162-150 BC. AR Drachm (3.98 gm). Ekbatana minL Diademed head / Apollo seated on omphalos. Houghton 1251 (same obverse die). Toned VF. ($ 100)

718. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Anüochos IV. 175-164 BC. AR Drachm (4.08 gm). Ekbatana mint. Diademed head / Apollo seated on omphalos; monograms and comucopiae. Houghton 1208. VF. ($150)

725. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Demetrios I. 162-150 BC. AR Drachm (4.00 gm). Ekbatana minL Diademed head/Apollo seated on omphalos. Houghton 1251. Toned VF. ($100)

719. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Anüochos IV. 175-164 BC. AR Drachm (3.96 gm). Ekbatana mint. Diademed head / Apollo seated on omphalos; monograms and no comucopiae. Houghton 1208 variety. VF. ($100) 726. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Demetrios 1.162-150 BC. L o t o f f o u r AR Drachms. Imitative issues. Diademed head / Comucopiae. Cf. Houghton 555. Average crude VF. Interesting lot. 4 pieces. ($150) This group shows a clear progessionfrom a reasonably good imitation of a Seleukid drachm to an abstract design revealing clear Celtic influence. Weights range from 2.84 gm to0.68 gm. Several tribes of Celtic Gauls had settled in Asia Minor in the 3rd century BC, in a region that became known as Galatia. They were frequently employed as mercenaries, and these coins may have been struck by themfrom their booty.

720. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Anüochos IV. 175-164 BC. AR Drachm (4.01 gm). Ekbatana minL Diademed head; fillet border / Apollo seated on omphalos. Houghton 1219 variety. VF. ($100)

721. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Anüochos IV. 175-164 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.89 gm). Antioch mint. Radiate diademed head / Spread aegis with Medusa head. Newell SMA 65; Houghton 102. Toned VF, obverse off-center. Very Rare. ($200)

727. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Alexander I Balas. 150-145 BC. AR Drachm (3.96 gm). Antioch minL Year 166 (150/149 BC). Diademed head/Apollo sealed on omphalos; comucopiae and date. Newell SMA 138.// Plus two other drachms of Balas with unreadable dates and symbols. The first good VF, the others VF with scratches and porosity. 3 pieces total ($200)

722. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Demetrios 1.162-150 BC. AR Drachm (3.73 gm). Ekbatana mint. Diademed head; monogram / Apollo seated on omphalos. Houghton 1244. Toned VF. ($100)

728. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Alexander I Balas. 150-145 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.91 gm). Antioch minL Radiate diademed head / Apollo standing left; monogram in outer left field. Newell SMA 190 variety. VF, some porosity. ($150) 9 7


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729. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Demetrios Π. First Reign. 146/5-144 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.01 gm). Tyre minL Dated Year 167 (146/145 BC). Diademed and draped bustright/ Eagle standing left on galley prow, palm-branch over right shoulder, club surmounted by monogram before. Newell, Tyre 82. Nice VF. ($250)

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734. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. ‫׳‬IVyphon. 142-138 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.99 gm). Antioch mint. Diademed head/Macedonian cavalry helmet with ibex horn; AP monogram. Newell, SMA 264. Toned VF, obverse corrosion, scrapes on cheek. Rare. ($1000)

730. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos VI. 144-142 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.19 gm). Antioch mint. Dated Year 170 (143/142 BC). Diademed and radiate head of Antiochos right;filletborder/Mounted Dioskouri galloping left; to right, TPY (for Tryphon as regent). Newell, SMA 242. Near VF. ($400)

735. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos VII. 138-129 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.19 gm). Antioch mint. Diademed head / Athena standing left left, holding Nike; monogram and A to left. Newell, SMA 282. Good VF, cleaned. ($250)

Silver Drachm of Antiochos VI

731. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos VI. 144-142 BC. AR Drachm (4.13 gm). Antioch minL Diademed and radiate head of Antiochos right / Macedonian helmet with spike, cheek flaps and ibex hom; between hom and spike, TPY (for Tryphon as regent); monogram torighLNewell, SMA 258. EF, scattered light porosity. Scarce. ($300)

736. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos V ü . 138-129 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.63 gm). Antioch mint. Diademed head / Athena standing left left, holding Nike; monogram and A to left, Φ to right. Newell, SMA 292. Good VF. ($250)

ExMoreira Coll. (Superior, June 1988) lot 1548.

737. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos VII. 138-129 BC. AR Drachm (3.89 gm). Antioch minL Diademed head /Nike walking left; ο by wing. Newell, SMA 305. Toned VF. ($100)

732. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos VI. 145-142 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.84 gm). Antioch mint. Radiate diademed head / Panther with palm in mouth; ΣΤΑ above. Newell, SMA 255. Toned good VF. Very Rare. ($250)

733. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos VI. 145-142 BC. AR Diobol (1.14 gm). Antioch minL Radiate diademed head / Filleted thyrsos; ΣΤΑ above. Newell, SMA 256. Near VF, rough surfaces. Very Rare. ($250)

738. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos IX. First Reign. Year 200 (113/112 BC). AR Tetradrachm (16.45 gm). Coele-Syria minL Diademed bustright/ Athena left. Houghton 855. Toned good VF. ($250)

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739. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos V m . Third Reign, 111-109 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.78 gm). Antioch mint Diademed head /Nike walking left; monogram and A to left. Houghton 338; Newell SMA-. Good VF, porosity. Rare. ($100)

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747. PHOENICIA, Sidon. Circa 4lh Century BC. AR 1/8 Shekel (0.85 gm). Galley left; Phoenician "B" above / King of Persia slaying lion. BMC Phoenicia pg. 146,36 variety (no letter reverse). Good VF. ($ 100)

740. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos EX. Third Reign. 109-108 BC. AR Drachm (3.43 gm). Tarsos mint. Diademed head / Sandan standing atop lion. Houghton 497. Near VF, rough surfaces. Rare. ($200) 748. PHOENICIA, Tyre. Circa 400-332 BC. AR Shekel (13.36 gm). Melkart riding hippocamp, dolphin below / Owl standing right, head facing, with crook and flail. Cf. BMC Phoenicia pg.229,14. Fine, light encrustation in fields. ($350)

741. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Antiochos IX. Fourth Reign. 96-95 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.94 gm). Antioch minL Diademed head / Nike walking left; monogram to left. Newell, SMA 420; Houghton 359 (this coin). Toned VF, weak strike. Rare. ($200)

749. PHOENICIA, ‫׳‬tyre. Year 35 (314/313 BC). AR Shekel (8.80 gm). Melkart riding hippocamp, dolphin below / Owl with crook and flail; date. BMC Phoenicia pg.232,40. Toned good VF, weak strike. ($250)

742. SYRIA, Seleukid Kings. Philip Philadelphos. 89-83 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.07 gm). Antioch mint Diademed head of Philip/Zeus seated left, holding Nike; monograms to left and below throne. Newell, SMA-. EF, obverse off-center. ($150)

750. PHOENICIA, Tyre. Circa 2ndcentuty AD. iE 24mm (10.27 gm). Laureate bust of Melkart / Octastyle temple. BMC Phoenicia pg.268,365. VF, brown patina. ($100) 743. PHOENICIA, Arados. Early 4th Century BC. AR Tetrobol (2.60 gm). Wreathed head of Melkart / Galley toright;eye on prow, three pellets above. Cf. BMC Phoenicia pg.5,27. VF, small flan, porosity. ($150)

744. PHOENICIA, Arados. Circa 3rd Century BC. JE 20mm (3.92 gm). Turreted head of Tyche / Prow. SNG Copenhagen 27. EF/VF, attractive even brown patina. ($125) 745. PHOENICIA, Byblos. Ainel. Circa 333 BC. AR 1/8 Shekel (0.81 gm). Galley left with two hoplites, sea monster below / Lion bringing down bull BMC Phoenicia pg.96,8. VF. ($65) 746. PHOENICIA, Sidon. Circa 4th Century BC. AR 1/8 Shekel (0.58 gm). Galley left / King of Persia slaying lion; Phoenician letter "a". BMC Phoenicia pg. 146,36 variety (no letter obverse). Good VF. ($75)

751. ASIA. Aramaic countermark on Athens. After 449 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.95 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right / Owl standing right; counteimark of an Aramaic letter. See Diebolt & Nicolet-Pierre, SNR 56, pL25,3 for countermark. VF, light porosity on obverse. UnusuaL ($400) The following lois illustrale the influence the Athenian "owl" hid on eastern coinage. From Egypt to Babylon and from Syria to Arabia the Athenian tetradrachm was eilher counlermarked or imitated for local use. The imitations driftedfartherfrom the prototype over lime, and eventually purely local types were produced. These issues were generally replaced by the issues of Alexander afler the 4th century BC, but traces ofAthenian influence appear in Arabian coinage into the Roman period.


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752. ASIA. Imitation of Athens. Circa 400 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.01 gm). Helmeted head of Athena/Owl. SNG Delepierre 1458. Near EF. ($400)

753. ASIA. Imitation of Athens. After 449 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.39 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right in local style / Owl standing right, head facing. Cf. MIGI 13a.NearVF,punchmarksonobverse. ($150)

754. PALESTINE. Imitation of Athens. Circa 4th Century BC. AR Tetartemorion(0.11 gm). Helmeted head of Athena/Owl standing facing. Samaria Hoard 328. Good VF, well centered fortype. Rare this nice. ($200)

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759. JUDAEA, Hasmonean Kings. Alexander Jannaeus. 103-76 BC. JE Prutah (1.99 gm). Anchor/Star in diadem. AJC I pg. 119 Ca; Hendin 10. Good VF, earthen patina, scarce when fully legible. ($ 125)

760. JUDAEA, Hasmonean Kings. Mattathias Antigonos. 40-37 BC. JE 8 Prutot? (1247 gm). Twin comucopiae / Wreath. AJC Ipg. 156, U3; Hendin 34. VF for type, brown patina. Reverse off-center. ($200)

761. JUDAEA, Kings of. Herod Philip II. 4 BC-34 AD. JE 24mm (8.36 gm). Undated issue, minted at Paneas. Conjoined heads of Augustus and Iivia right; countermark of six-pointed star/Tetrastyletemple (the Augusteum in Paneas) with round design in center (circle within ciicle, perhaps a shield); countermark of rectangle with two circles above and below (incuse phi?). AJC Π pg. 245,6a; Hendin 70 var. (without countermarks); RPC 4951 (Tiberius?); Howgego 457ii & 457.1 for countermarks. Near VF; mottled green, red and brown patina. Very Rare. ($600)

755. PHILISTO-ARABIAN, Gaza. Circa 375-333 BC. AR Obol (0.66 gm). Female headright/ Forepart of horse right. Rosenberger Π, 3. Good VF, exceptional quality forthisissue. ($1000)

756. PHILISTO-A RABI AN, Gaza. Circa 375-333 BC. AR Obol (0.51 gm). Female head right / Facing owl with spread wings. Cf. BMC Palestine pg. 178,12 Toned near VF. Very Rare. ($450)

762. JUDAEA, Kings of. Agrippa II. Year 29 (89/90 AD). JE 23mm (6.81 gm). Laureate head of Domitian right/Nike standing right, inscribing shield, wings raised. AJC Π pg.257,48; cf. Hendin 93 variety (Year 27). VF+, dark green patina. ($350) mm

757. JUDAEA, Hasmonean Kings. Alexander Jannaeus. 103-76 BC. JE Prutah (2.30 gm). Anchor / Lily. AJC I pg. 118, Aa; Hendin 7. Good VF, brown patina. Rare. ($175)

758. JUDAEA, Hasmonean Kings. Alexander Jannaeus. 103-76 BC. JE Prutah (1.53 gm). Anchor/Lily. AJCIpg.118, Aa; Hendin 7. VF, brown patina. Rare. ($125)

763. JUDAEA, Herodian Kings. Agrippa Π. Year 35 (95/96 AD). JE 15mm (279 gm). Laureate head of Domitian / ΒΑ ΑΓΡ ET ΕΛ in wreath. AJC Π pg.258,56; Hendin 99. Good VF, green patina. ($200)

764. JUDAEA, Kings of. Agrippa Π. Year 35 (95/96 AD). JE 15mm (285 gm). Laureate head of Domitian right / Β Α ΑΓΠ ΕΓ EA in two lines in wreath. AJC Π pg.258,56; Hendin 99. VF, dark green patina with tan highlights. Scarce. ($150)


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765. JUDAEA, Procurators. Antonius Felix. Year 14 (54 AD). R Prutah (2 85 gm). ΙΟΥ ΑΙΑ AT ΡΙΠΠΙ NA in wreath / Incuse blockage. AJC Π pg.1285,33; cf. Hendin 116. Good VF, dark green patina. Nice shatp full blockage. ($75)

770. JUDAEA. Domitian. 81 •-96 AD. R 24mm (11.29 gm). "Judaea Capta". Laureate head left / Minerva carrying trophy and shield. AJC Π pg.290,7; Hendin 188. VF, thick black patina. ($150)

766. JUDAEA. Titus. 79-81 AD. R 20mm (7.28 gm). "Judaea Capta". Laureate head /Nike inscribing shield set on palm tree. AJC Π pg.288,2a; Hendin 181. Fine, brown patina. ($100)

771. JUDAEA. Domitian. 81-96 AD. R 18mm (4.92 gm). "Judaea Capta". Laureate head / Nike carrying wreath and trophy. AJC Π pg.291,8; Hendin 186. Near VF, black patina. ($100)

767. JUDAEA. Domitian. 81-96 AD. R 20mm (6.61 gm). "Judaea Capta". Laureate head / Trophy. AJC Π pg.290,5; Hendin 189. Near VF, green patina. ($125)

772. JUDAEA. Domitian. 81-96 AD. R 18mm (5.42 gm). "Judaea Capta". Laureate head / Nike carrying wreath and trophy. AJC Π pg.291,8; Hendin 186. Near VF, black patina. ($100)

768. JUDAEA. Domitian. 81-96 AD. R 27mm (16.48 gm). "Judaea Capta". Laureate head right / Minerva standing right on galley, trophy behind, palm-branch before, owl standing on prow of galley. AJC Π pg.290,6. VF; mottled red, green and brown patina ($150)

773. JUDAEA. Bar Kochba Revolt Year 1 (132/133 AD). R 28mm (10.08 gm). Vine leaf / Palm tree. Mildenberg 44 (02/R7); Hendin 137. Fine/VF, brown patina, pitting. ($150)

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769. JUDAEA. Domitian. 81-96 AD. R 28mm (18.65 gm). "Judaea Capta". Laureate head right / Minerva standing right on galley, trophy behind, palm-branch before. AJC Π pg.290,6b (without owl); Hendin 187. VF, attractive reddish-brown patina. Scarce. ($250)

774. JUDAEA, Bar Kochba Revolt 132-135 CE AR Tetradrachm (15.01 gm). Attributed to Year 3 of the Revoh. Temple of Jerusalem / Lulav and ethiog. Müdenbeig 74 (same dies). Toned good VF. ($2000)

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775. JUDAEA. Bar Kochba Revolt. 132-135 AD. AR Denarius (3.17 gm). Undated third year (134/135 AD). "Shimon", grape-bunch on small branch / "For the freedom of Jerusalem", two trumpets. Mildenberg 166 (021/R86); Hendin 171; AJC H pg.274,60. VF+, overstmck on a Roman denarius, perhaps Hadrian. ($400)

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782. PARTHIA, Kings of. Mithradates 1.171-138BC. AR Drachm (3.57 gm). Hekatompylos mint. Diademed bust left / Archer seated on omphalos. Shore 24; Sellwood 11.1. VF. ($100)

776. NABATAEA, Kings of. Aretas Π. Circa 110-96 BC. AL 16mm (3.52 gm). Helmeted headright/ Winged Nike standing half-left, holding uncertain object in left hand and wreath with right; in left field, crescent and A (or A). Meshorer 1. Near VF, dark green patina. Scarce. (For another example, see lot 28.) ($125)

777. NABATAEA, Kings of. Aretas IV. 9 BC-40 AD. M 19mm (5.92 gm). Year 4 (6/5 BÇ). Laureate head of Aretas IV right / Woman standing left, raising herrighthand. Meshorer 56. Near VF, dark green patina. ($ 100)

778. PERSIA, Achaemcnid Kings. After Darios I. Circa 486-331 BC. AR Siglos (5.36 gm). Persian hero right (two pellets behind beard), in running-kneeling stance, holding bow and transverse spear / Irregular oblong incuse. Carradice TypeHIa, 14-15 (pLXI). Toned VF+. ($250)

783. PARTHIA, Kings of. Mithradates 1.171-138 BC. AR Obol (0.59 gm). Uncertain mint Diademed bust left / Archer seated. Shore-; cf. Sellwood 11.5. Near VF. Rare. ($300) The types are crudely rendered and the legends are garbled. Probably the product of a branch mint in the eastern part ofthe kingdom.

784. PARTHIA, Kings of. Gotarzes L 90-80 BC AR Drachm (4.14 gm). Rhagae minL Bust left, wearing tiara / Archer seated. Shore 114; Sellwood 33.3. Good VF.

785. PARTHIA, Kings of. Gotarzes 1.90-80 BC AR Drachm (425 gm). Rhagae minL Bust left, wearing tiara / Archer seated. Shore 114; Sellwood 33.4. Good VF. ($100)

779. PERSIA, Achaemcnid Kings. Circa 475- 420 BC. AR Siglos (5.33 gm). King running with bow and spear/Incuse. Carradice Group Hlb. VF. ($125)

786. PARTHIA, Kings of. Phraates III. 70-57 BC. AR Drachm (4.01 gm). Susa minL Year 242 (70 BC). Diademed bust left / Archer seated; ΒΜΣ. Shore 178; Sellwood38.15. Toned near EF. Rare. ($350)

780. PERSIA, Achaemenid Kings. Circa 420-375 BC. AR Siglos (5.54 gm). King running with bow and dagger / Incuse. Carradice Group IV. VF. ($ 125) 781. PERSIA, Achaemcnid Kings. Circa 375-340 BC. Lot of two AR Fractions. 1/4 Siglos (1.16 gm). Rosen 679. //1/8 Siglos (0.63 gm). Rosen -. Both with kneeling running king holding dagger and bow / Incuse punch. Carradice Group IVC. Fine, with weak strikes, porosity. Rare fractional denominations. 2 pieces. ($75)

787. PARTHIA, Kings of. Orodes II. 57-38 BC. AR Obol (0.52 gm). Ekbatana minL Diademed bust left, with wart / Archer seated; monogram. Shore 265; Sellwood 48.15. Toned good VF. Rare denomination ($200) 7 2


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788. PARTHIA, Kings of. Tiridates. 29-27 BC. AR Tetradrachm (13.73 gm). Diademed bust left / King seated left holding bow and sceptre; monogram above, A between his feet and throne's legs. Sellwood 55.10; Shore 310 variety. Toned VF. ($225)

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793. PARTHIA, Kings of. Gotarzes H. Petition 361 (January 49 AD). AR Tetradrachm (14.36 gm). Seleukeia minL Diademed bust left / Seated king receiving diadem from Tyche. Cf. Shore 362; SeUwood 65.25. Toned good VF. ($400)

794. PARTHIA, Kings of. Parthamaspates. 116 AD. AR Drachm (3.74 gm). Ekbatana mint. Bust left, wearing tiara / Archer seated; monogram. Shore 423; Sellwood 81.1. EF. ($200) 789. PARTHIA, Kings of. Phraates IV. 38-2 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.94 gm). Dated September, 25 BC. Diademed bust left / King enthroned right, receiving diadem from Athena. Sellwood 52.7; Shore 274 var (dale and month). VF, light graffiti. ($175)

Although signed with the Ekbatana monogram, Parthamaspates' drachms may have been struckat Ktesiphon by the Romans after Trajan proclaimed him king. His portraits at least show Roman influence.

795. ΡΛΚΤΗΙΛ, Kings of. Artabanus IV. 216-224 AD. AR Dradim (3.54 gm). Ekbatana mint. Bust left, wearing tiara; letters behind / Archer seated; monogram. ($350) Shore 464; SeUwood 89.1. VF. Scarce issue of the last Parthian king. 790. PARTHIA, Kings of. Vardancs L 4045 AD. AR Tetradrachm (14.59 gm). Dated April, 42 AD. Diademed bust left / King enthroned right, receiving palm from Tyche. Sellwood 64.15; Shore 350 var. (date and month). VF, light gralfiti. ($200)

796. SASSANIAN Kings. Peroz. 454489 AD. AV Reduced Dinar (3.91 gm). BLH=Balkh mint. Crowned bust right / Fire altar with attandants. Cf. Gobi 172. Fine. Rare. ($850) 791. PARTHIA, Kings of. Vardanes I. Apellaiou 355 (November 43 AD). AR Tetradrachm ( 12.51 gm). Seleukeia minL Diademed bust left / Seated king receiving palm from Tyche. Shore 350, Sellwood 64.21. Toned VF. ($200)

792. PARTHIA, Kings of. Vardancs. Audunaiou 355 (December 43 AD). AR Tetradrachm (14.75 gm). Seleukeia minL Diademed bust left / Seated king receiving palm from Tyche. Cf. Shore 350, Sellwood 64.21. Good VF. ($250)

797. PERSIS, Kings of. Autophradates I (Vadfradad I). Circa 3rd Century BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.81 gm). Bearded head right wearing satrapal cap with flaps / Fire temple with half-figure of Ahuramazda above; king on left and standard to right; Aramaic legend. Alram 533; BMC Arabia pg.200,1. Toned VF, obverse double-struck. ($600)


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798. BAKTRIA, Kings of. Lysias. Circa 145-135 BC. AR Drachm (2.46 gm). Pushkalavati mint (?). Bust right wearing elephant scalp / Herakles facing, crowning himself. Mitchiner 262c; Bopearachchi Série 4C. EF, dark toning. Rare. ($500) 802. EGYPT, Ptolemiac Kings. Ptolemy I Soter, as king. 305-285 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.19 gm). Diademed head right with aegis, Δ behind ear/ Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. Svoronos 255; SNG Copenhagen 70. Toned good VF, cut on bridge of nose with banker's mark below, light scratches on reverse. ($400)

Rare Athenian-Type Tetradrachm of Artaxerxes HI as Pharaoh of Egypt

799. EGYPT, Persian Kings. Artaxerxes ΠΙ Ochos, as Pharaoh of Egypt 343-337 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.01 gm). Memphis mint, circa 343-342 BC. Helmeted head of Athena right / Owl standing right; legend in demotic Egyptian "Artaxerxes Pharaoh". Cf. M. Price, "New Owls for the Pharaoh", Minerva 1/1, 1990, pg.3940,4; MorWtolm, "A Coin of Artaxerxes III",NC 1974, pg.2,pL 1,7-8; Bank Leu Auktion 52 (1991), lot 125. VF, punch mark on owl's face. Rare and importanL ($600) 8‫ש‬. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy ΙΠ. 246-221 BC. JE 42mm (65.44 gm). Head of Zeus-Ammon / Eagle on thunderbolt; comucopiae and monogram. Svoronos 964; SNG Copenhagen 171. Good VF, brown patina. ($300)

Exceptional " Serapis & Isis" Tetradrachm of Ptolemy IV

800. EGYPT, Persian Satraps. Sabakes (?). Before 333 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.60 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right / Owl standing right; uncertain symbol, script or hieroglyph to the right Cf. MIG110 for type. VF, two heavy test cuts on reverse. ($350)

Rare Gold Stater of Ptolemy I

804. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy IV. 221-204 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.16 gm). Conjoined busts of Serapis and Isis / Eagle standing left Svoronos 1124; SNG Copenhagen 197. Toned near EF. Better type. (See enlargement on front cov£0; ($2000)

801. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy I Soter, as king. 305-285 BC. AV Stater (7.13 gm). Kyrene mint, struck circa 300-298 BC. Head of Ptolemy right, with aegis / Elephant quadriga. Svoronos 102; Naville 243a (this coin).

805. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy IV. 221 -205 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.01 gm). Arados mint, circa 214/3-213/2 BC. Diademed head of Ptolemy right, with aegis / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt M01kholm, "The Ptolemaic 'Coins of an Uncertain Era'",NNÀ 1975-76, pg.25, nos. 1-7. EF, old ding on forehead. Rare.

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806. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy V. 205-180 BC. AR Tetradrachm ( 14.04 gm). Diademed head of Ptolemy right, with aegis / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt; ΑΠ ΠΟ/ΑΡ. Svoronos 1305 variety (field letters reversed). Good VF. ($300)

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811. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy IX. 116-107 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.12 gm). Year 6 (112/111 BC). Diademed head of Ptolemy / Eagle on thunderbolt Svoronoe 1667; SNG Copenhagen 351. Toned VF. ($150)

807. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy VI. 180-145 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.34 gm). Arados (?). Dated Year 88 (172/171 BC). Diademed bust right/Eagle. M0rkholm 138; SNG Copenhagen 546. EF. ($750)

812. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy X. 101-88 BC. AR Tetradrachm (13.41 gm). Dated year 14 (101/100 BC). Bustright/ Eagle. SNG Copenhagen 363. Toned EF. ($300)

808. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy VI. 180-145 BC. AR Tetradrachm (13.94 gm). Arados mint (?). Dated Year 91 (169/168 BC). Diademed bust right / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. M0rkholm 167; SNG Copenhagen 548. EF. ($600)

813. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy XII. 80-51 BC. AR Tetradrachm (13.12gm). Year 1 (81/80 BC). Diademed head of Ptolemy/Eagle on thundeibolL Svoronos 1847; SNG Copenhagen 376. Toned VF. ($150)

809. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy VI Philometor. 180-145 BC. AR Didrachm (7.03 gm). Arados minL Year 109 (151/150 BC). Diademed head of king right, with aegis / Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, Ε on thunderbolt M0rkholm 258270; Svoronos 1216. Good VF. ($200) ExDrFeoriPipilo Coll. (Superior, December 1987) lot 665.

810. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Ptolemy VI. 180-145 BC. JE 34mm (28.82 gm). Zeus / Twin eagles; comucopiae. Svoronos 1424; SNG Copenhagen 307. Good VF. ($100) 9 5

814. EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kings. Cleopatra VII. 51-30 BC. AR Tetradrachm ( 14.36 gm). Year 18 (35/34 BC). Diademed head of Ptolemy / Eagle on thunderbolt; headdress of Isis to left. Svoronos 1832; SNG Copenhagen 414. Toned VF. Well-centered and nice forthis late issue. ($100)

815. KYRENAICA, Kyrene. Circa 480-435 BC. AR Drachm (3.27 gm). Silphium plant / KY[PA], head of Zeus-Ammon right within dotted circle; all within incuse square. SNG Copenhagen 1177; BMC Cyrenaica pg.12,49. Toned F/VF. Scarce. ($250)


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ÄV 816. KYRENAICA, Kyrene. Circa 322 BC or later. AV Stater (8.60 gm). Prancing quadriga right, half sun above / Zeus Lykaios enthroned left, thymiaterion (incense burner) to left, magistrate's name ΧΑΙΡΙΟΣ (retrograde). Naville 83η, pl. ΠΙ (same dies). VF+. Rare. ($4000)

822. ZEUGITANIA, Carthage. Circa 221-210 BC. M 21mm (8.47 gm). Wreathed head of Tanit left / Horse standing right, head reverted; palmette standard behind. SNG Copenhagen 318. VF, green patina with touches of red. ($100)

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817. NUMIDIA, Kings of. Micipsa. 148-118 BC JE 27mm (15.16gm). Laureate head left / Horse, pellet below. Mazard 50. VF, brown patina. ($ 100)

823. Anonymous. Circa 240-225 BC. JE Aes Grave Sextans (40.75 gm). Head of Mercury left, wearing petasos; two pellets / Prow of galley right; two pellets. Thurlow-Vecchi 55; Crawford 35/5. VF, attractive dark green patina. ($350) 818. ZEUGITANIA, Carthage. Circa 350-320 BC. AV Staler (9.40 gm). Tanit /Horse. Jenkins Group ΙΠ,plate 5,113.1 (sameobv. die). EF. ($3000)

824. Anonymous. From 211 BC. AR Quinarius (254 gm). Roma / Dioscuri. RSC3.EF. ___ ($200)

819. ZEUGITANIA, Carthage. Time of First Punic War. Circa 254-250 BC. EL Trihemishekel (10.83 gm). Head of Tanit left / Horse right, solar disc flanked by uraei above, 3 pellets on exergual line. Jenkins & Lewis Group Xa, 412426. VF+. ($3000)

825. Anonymous. 209-208 BC. AR Denarius (4.49 gm). Roma /Dioscuri, andior below to right RSC 20a; Sydenham 144; Crawford 50/2. Good VF. Rare. ($300)

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826. Anonymous. 207 BC. AR Denarius (4.31 gm). Roma / Dioscuri, comucopiae below. RSC 20h; Sydenham 216; Crawford 58/2. Near EF, slight edge cut Rare· ($150)

820. ZEUGITANIA, Carthage. Circa 264-241 BC. JE 29mm (16.37 gm). Sardinian mint. Wreathed head of Tanit left / Horsehead right; pellet. SNG Copenhagen 193. Good VF, smooth brown patina. ($400) 821. ZEUGITANIA, Carthage. Circa 264-241 BC. Lot ofthree^. Sardinian mint. Wreathed head of Tanit left/Horsehead right SNG Copenhagen 154ff (three dots); 192ff (letter "M"). // Tanit / Horse standing right. SNG Copenhagen 202ff. Average Fine to VF. 3 pieces. ($200)

827. Anonymous.209-208 BC. AR Denarius (4.15 gm). Roma/Dioscuri, dolphin below. RSC 20k; Sydenham 214; Crawford 80/la. EF, slight edge scuff. Rare. ($300) 9 6


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828. Anonymous. 209 BC. AR Denarius (4.81 gm). Roma / Dioscuri, spearhead right. RSC 20aa; Sydenham 222; Crawford 88/2. EF. Rare. ($300)

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834. Anonymous. 115-114 BC. AR Denarius (3.79 gm). Helmeted head of Roma right; X behind and ROMA below / Roma seated right on shields; Wolf and twins before, two birds infields.RSC176; Sydenham 530; Crawford 287/1. Toned VF/VF-. Scarce. ($150)

829. Anonymous. 209-208 BC. AR Denarius (4.38 gm). Roma / Dioscuri, staff below. RSC 20bb; Sydenham 158; Crawford 106/3c. EF, obverseflanflaw.Rare. ($250) 835. ManAanilius Lepidus. 114-113 BC. AR Denarius (3.98 gm). Laureate and diademed bust of Roma right / Equestrian statue on triumphal arch. Aemilia 7; Sydenham 554; Crawford 291/1. Toned VF, reverse flan flaw. ($ 100)

830. Q.Lutatius Cerco. 206-200 BC. AR Denarius (4.43 gm). Roma / Dioscuri, QLC below. Lutatia 1; Sydenham 274; Crawford 125/1. EF. Rare. ($300)

836. Man-Aemilius Lepidus. 114-113 BC. AR Brockage Denarius (3.73 gm). Laureate and diademed bust of Romaright/Incuse of obverse. Aemilia 7; Sydenham 554; Crawford 291/1. VF, obverse corrosion. ($100)

831. C5cribonius. 154 BC. AR Denarius (4.01 gm). Helmeted head of Roma right / The Dioscuri on horseback right. Scribonia 1; Sydenham 380; Crawford 201/1. Toned EF. ($200)

837. L.Philippus. 113-112 BC. AR Denarius (3.99 gm). Head of Philip V of Macedon right, wearing a royal Macedonian helmet, ROMA monogram behind head, F below chin/Equestrian statue on base inscribed LPHHJPPVS, star below. Marcia 12; Sydenham 551; Crawford 293/1. Toned Good VF, obverse a little off-ceiiter. ($150)

832. SAfranius. 150 BC. JE As (20.98 gm). Janiform head / Prow, S AFRA above, dolphin before. Crawford 206/2; Sydenham 389. Fine, brown patina. ($125)

838. Q.Lutatius Cerco. 109-108 BC AR Denarius (3.86gm). Helmeted head of Romaright/ Galley within oak-wreath. Lutatia 2; Sydenham 559; Crawford 305/1. Iridescently toned EF, obverse field lightly scraped on edge. ($ 150)

833. M-Furius LJ\Fhilus. 119 BC. AR Brockage Denarius (3.82 gm). Laureate head of Janus /Incuse of obverse Furia 18; Sydenham 529; Crawford 281/1. Toned VF. ($150) 839. Q.Lutatius Cerco. 109-108 BC. AR Denarius (3.95 gm). Type as above. Lutatia 2; Sydenham 559; Crawford 305/1. Toned VF. ($ 100)

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840. MnJonteius. 108-107BC. ARBrockageDenarius(3.90gm). Conjoined laureate heads of the Dioscuri right /Incuse of obverse. Fonteia 7; Sydenham 566a; Crawford 307/1 b. Toned VF. ($ 150)

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846. Mn-Fonteius C i . 85 BC. ARDenarius (3.61 gm). Laureate head of Vejovis, monogram and thunderbolt / Genius on goat, caps above, thyrsus below. Fonteia 9; Sydenham 724; Crawford 353/la.EF. ($300)

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847. L.Censorinus. 82 BC. AR Denarius (3.96 gm). Laureate head of Apollo right/The satyr Marsyas standing left with a wine-skin aver his shoulder, behind, column surmounted byfigure.Mareia 24; Sydenham 737; Crawford 363/ld. Iridescently toned VF. ($125)

841. Brockage of the Roma type. AR Denarius (3.12). Helmeted head of Roma right; X behind /Incuse of obverse. Toned near VF. ($ 100) Ex Garrett III (BankLeu-NFA) lot 358 (part of).

848. L.Censorinus. 82 BC. AR Denarius (3.92gm). Type as above. Mareia 24; Sydenham 737; Crawford 363/ld. Toned VF. ($125) 842. D.Silanus Li". 91 BC. AR Denarius (3.85 gm). Helmeted head of Roma right, A behind / Victory in bigaright,Π above. Junia 16; Sydenham 646a; Crawford 337/3 variety. Toned VF. ($100)

843. Q.Titius. 90 BC. AR Quinarius (1.82 gm). Draped and winged bust of Victory right / Pegasus leapingright,Q. ΤΓΠ below. Titia 3; Sydenham 693; Crawford 341/3. Toned good VF, porosity. Scarce. ($100)

849. Q.Antonius Baibus. 83-82 BC. AR Serrate Denarius (3.99 gm). Laureate head of Jupiterright/ Victory in quadriga right; Ο below horses. Antonia 1 ; Sydenham 742b; Crawford 364/ld. Iridescently toned VF. ($125)

850. A-Postumius AJ5p.nAlbinus. 81 BC. AR Serrate Denarius (3.83 gm). Draped bust of Diana right; bucranium above / Togale figure standing left on a rock before a lighted altar, sprinkles an ox for sacrifice. Postumia 7; Sydenham 745; Crawford 372/1. Toned VF. ($ !50)

844. M.Cato. 89 BC. AR Denarius (4.04 gm). Diademed and draped female bustright/ Victory seated right, holding patera. Porcia 5; Sydenham 596; Crawford 343/lb. Toned near EF. ($200)

851. L.Procilius. 80 BC. AR Denarius (3.96 gm). Laureate head of Jupiter right / Juno Sospita walking right, holding spear and shield, serpent before. Procilia 1 ; ($150) Sydenham 771 ; Crawford 379/1. Toned VF.

845. M.Porcius Cato. 89 BC. AR Quinarius (2.09 gm). Head of Liber right, wearing ivy-wreath; ant below / Victory seated right, holding patera. RSC 7; Sydenham 597c; Crawfoid 343/2b. Toned VF. ($100) 9 8


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852. C.Poblicius Q.f. 80 BC. AR Serrate Denarius (4.02 gm). Draped and helmeted bust of Roma right, two feathers on helmet; Κ above / Hercules standing left, strangling the Nemean hon; club at his feet, bow and arrows in quiver to left. Poblicia 9; Sydenham 768; Crawford 380/1. Toned VF. ($125)

858. L.Aemilius Lepidus Paullus. 62 BC. AR Denarius (3.82 gm). Veüed head of Concordia right / Trophy, Paullus on right, Perseus and sons on left. Aemilia 10; Sydenham 926; Crawford 415/1. Lustrous superb EF. ($300)

853. RSatrienus. 77 BC. AR Denarius (3.80 gm). Helmeted head of Mars right, LXXXXnnbehind /She-wolf left Satriena 1 ; Sydenham 781a; Crawford 388/lb. VF. ($125)

859. L.Aemilius Lepidus Paullus. 62 BC. AR Denarius (3.85 gm). Type as above. Aemilia 10; Sydenham 926; Crawford 415/1. Toned VF, a little off-center. ($125)

854. P^atrienus. 77 BC. AR Denarius (3.82 gm). Helmeted head of Mars right; ΧΠΙΙ behind / She-wolf left. Satriena 1; Sydenham 781a; Crawford 388/lb. Iridescently toned VF. ($125)

860. L5cribonius Libo. 62 BC. AR Denarius (3.97 gm) Bonus Eventus right / Well-head ornamented with two lyres, hammer, and festoons. Scribonia 8a; Sydenham 928; Crawford 416/la.EF. ($200)

855. Cn.Lcntulus. 76-75 BC. AR Denarius (3.92 gm). Diademed and draped bust of the Genius of the Roman People right sceptre behind shoulder / Rudder, terrestrial globe, and sceptre between EX-S.C.; CN LEN Q below. Cornelia 54; Sydenham 752; Crawford 393/la. Toned VF. ($125)

861. L.Cassius Longinus. 60 BC. AR Denarius (3.96 gm). Draped and veiled bust of Vesta left; kylix behind, L before / Male figure left, dropping tablet into a cista. Cassia 10, Sydenham 935; Crawford 413/1. Toned EF/VF+. ($250)

856. Q.Fufius Calenus and Mucius Cordus. 68 BC. AR Serrate Denarius (3.89 gm). Conjoined heads of Honos, laureate, and Virtus, helmeted, right/Roma, on right clasping hands with Italy; caduceus to left Fufia 1 ; Sydenham 797; Crawford 403/1. Toned VF. ($125)

862. MAemilius Scaurus and Pub.Plautius Hypsaeus. 58 BC. AR Denarius (4.14 gm). King Aretas kneeling beside a camelright/ Jupiter in quadriga left, scorpion below. Aemilia 8; Sydenham 913; Crawford 422/lb. Toned VF. ($150)

863. M .Nonius Sufenas. 57 BC. AR Denarius (3.69 gm). Head of Satum right; harpa, conical stone and S.C. behind / Roma seated left on cuirass and shields, Victory behind crowning her with a wreath. Nonia 1 ; Sydenham 885; Crawford 421/1. Toned VF. ($125)

857. Mn.Aquillius Mn.f.Mn.n. 65 BC. AR Serrate Denarius (3.94 gm). Helmeted bust of Virtus /Man. Aquillius raising Sicüia. Aquilia 2; Sydenham 798; Crawford 401/1. Toned EF. ($200) 9 9


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864. Q.Pomponius Musa. 56 BC. AR Denarius (3.78 gm). Laureate head of Apolloright,star behind / Urania standing half-left, pointing with wand to a globe on a tripod. Pomponia 22; Sydenham 823; Crawford 410/8. Toned VF+. ($350)

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870. Petillius Capitolinus. 43 BC. AR Denarius (3.84 gm). Eagle standing facing on thunderbolt, head right, wings spread / Hexastyle temple (of Jupiter) with armed figures on the pediment; S F to either side. Petillia 3; Sydenham 1151; Crawford 487/2b. Toned near VF, off-center. ($150)

865. Faustus Cornelius Sulla. 56 BC. AR Denarius (3.91 gm). Laureate, diademed and draped bust of Venus right, sceptre behind shoulder / Three military trophies between capis and lituus. Cornelia 63; Sydenham 884; Crawford 426/3. Iridescently toned VF. ($200)

871. C.Vibius Varus. 42 BC. AR Denarius (3.93 gm). Head of Bacchus right, wearing wreath of ivy and grapes / Panther springing left toward altar. Vibia 24; Sydenham 1138; Crawford 494/36. VF. ($150)

866. Cn.Plancius. 55 BC. AR Denarius (4.09 gm). Head of Diana Planciana right, wearing petasus /Cretan goat standing right, bow and quiver behind. Plancia 1; Sydenham 933; Crawford 432/1. Toned VF+. ($ 125)

872. C.Vibius Varus. 42 BC. AR Denarius (3.98 gm). Laureate head of Hercules /Minerva holding spear and Victory. Vibia 23; Sydenham 1139; Crawford 494/37. Toned good VF. Rare. ($350)

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867. L.Hostilius Sasema. 48 BC. AR Denarius (4.14 gm). Head of Gallia right, Gaulish trumpet / Diana of Ephesus facing. Hostilia 4; Sydenham 953; Crawford 448/3. Toned near EF, obverse punch mark. ($250)

868. C.Antius Restio. 46 BC. AR Denarius (3.17 gm). Bare head of Antius Restio/Hercules. Antia 1; Sydenham 970; Crawford 455/1. Toned good VF. ($400)

869. T.Carisius. 46 BC. AR Denarius (3.77 gm). Draped bust of Juno Moneta right / Cap of vulcan over anvil between tongs and hammer; all within wreath. Carisia 1 a; Sydenham 982; Crawford 464/2. Toned VF, two banker's marks on obverse. ($150)

873. POMPEY. 44-43 BC AR Denarius (324 gm). Head of Pompey, trident and dolphin / Galley under sail, star. RSC 20; Sydenham 1250; Crawford 483/2. Fine, scrapes. ($350)

874. POMPEY. 42-40 BC. AR Denarius (3.28 gm). Head of Pompey right between capis and lituus /Neptune left between the brothers Anapias and Amphinomus who carry their parents on their shoulders. RSC 17; Sydenham 1344; Crawford ($250) 51 l/3a. Toned Fine.

875. JULIUS CAESAR. 49-48 BC. AR Denarius (4.08 gm). Elephant trampling serpent / Simpulum, aspergillum, axe and apex. RSC 49; Sydenham 1006; Crawford 443/1. Good VF, well-centered. ($250)


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876. JULIUS CAESAR. 4948 BC. AR Denarius (3.48 gm). Type as above. RSC 49; Sydenham 1006; Crawford 443/1. Good VF, well-centered. ($250)

882. JULIUS CAESAR and OCTAVIAN. 38 BC. JE Sestertius (?) (21.86 gm). Bare head of Octavian right / Laureate head of Caesar right Crawford 535/1; Cohen 3. F/VF, dark green-brown patina. // A second example which grades Fine, dark green patina and porous. 2 coins in lot ($250)

877. JULIUS CAESAR. 46 BC. AR Denarius (3.65 gm). Head of Ceresright/ Simpulum, aspetgillum, capis and lituus; to right, D(for Donativum). RSC 4a; Sydenham 1023; Crawford 467/la. Toned good VF, porosity, banker's mark on neck. ($200)

883. MARK ANTONY and OCTAVIAN. 41 BC. AR Denarius (3.79 gm). Bare head of Antony, vase behind / Bare head of Octavian, lituus behind. RSC 10; Sydenham 1188; Crawford 517/8. VF, scrape obverse. Rare. ($800)

878. JULIUS CAESAR. 46 BC. AR Denarius (3.78 gm). Type as above RSC 4a; Sydenham 1023; Crawford 467/la. Toned near VF. ($ 150)

884. MARK ANTONY and OCTAVIAN. 41 BC. AR Denarius (3.70 gm). Bare head of Antony right / Bare head of Octavian right, without beard. RSC 8; Crawford 517/2. Toned VF. ($400) 879. JULIUS CAESAR. 44 BC. AR Denarius (3.68 gm). CAESAR PARE:S PATRIAE, veiled head of Caesar / C COSSVTTVS MARIDIANVS in form of cross. RSC 8a; Crawford 480/19, note. Near VF. Extremely rare variety. ($1000) The unusualform 'Pare :s' for 'Parens' occurs on only one die in this issue.

885. MARK ANTONY and OCTAVIAN. 41 BC. AR Denarius (3.70 gm). Type as above. RSC 8; Crawford 517/2. Toned near VF, rough surfaces, some encrustation on reverse. ($300)

880. JULIUS CAESAR. 40 BC. AR Denarius (3.56 gm). Laureate head of Caesarright/ Calf standing left RSC 45; Sydenham 1133; Crawford 526/4. Near VF, small banker's mark obverse. Scarce. ($750)

881. JULIUS CAESAR. 45 BC. JE Dupondius (?) (13.69 gm). Draped bust of Victoryright/ Minerva advancing left; holding spears, trophy and shield, snake before. Crawford 476/la; Cohen 7. F/VF, reddish-brown patina, light porosity, some smoothing. ($150)

886. MARK ANTONY and OCTAVIAN. 40-39 BC. AR Quinarius (1.71 gm). Veiled head of Concord / Clasped hands holding caduceus. RSC 67; Crawford 529/4b. Near VF. ($125)

887. MARK ANTONY. 33 BC. AR Denarius (3.72 gm). Bare head of Antony right / ANTONTVS AVG IMP ΙΠ in 2 lines. RSC 2; Sydenham 1209; Crawford 542/2. Good VF. ($750) 9 1


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888. MARK ANTONY. 32-31 BC. AR Legionary Denarius (3.78 gm). Legion VIL Galley / Aquila and standards. RSC 34; Sydenham 1224; Crawford 544/20. VF+. ($250)

889. MARK ANTONY. 32-31 BC. AR Legionary Denarius (3.85 gm). Legion VIL RSC 34; Sydenham 1224; Crawford 544/20. VF+, uneven strike. ($150)

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895. CLEOPATRA & MARK ANTONY. 32-31 BC. AR Denarius (3.23 gm). Type as above. RSC 1; Sydenham 1210; Crawford 543/1. Toned FAiear VF, many old scratches. Rare. ($1250)

896. OCTAVIAN (& Mark Antony). 39 BC. AR Denarius (3.55 gm). CAESAR IMP, bare-headed, slightly bearded head of Octavian right / ANTONIVS IMP, winged caduceus. RSC 6; Sydenham 1327a; Crawford 529/2a. Toned near VF, graffiti and banker's marks on obverse. ($350)

890. MARK ANTONY. 32-31 BC. AR Legionary Denarius (3.72 gm). LEG VUL RSC 35; Sydenham 1225; Crawford 544/21. Toned VF. ($200) 897. OCTAVIAN. 36 BC. AR Denarius (3.66 gm). Bearded head right/Temple of Julius Caesar. RSC 90; Sydenham 1338; Crawford 540/2. Near VF, light scratches under chin, off-center. ($200)

891. MARK ANTONY. 32-31 BC. AR Legionary Denarius (4.01 gm). LEG XL RSC 39; Sydenham 1229; Crawford 544/25. Toned VF+, areas of weakness. ($200)

898. OCTAVIAN. Before 27 BC. AR Denarius (3.86 gm). Anepigraphic, his bare headright/ Round shield with three rows of studs orrivetsand central boss. RSC 126; RIC 1543a. Good VF. ($300) 892. MARK ANTONY. 32-31 BC. AR Legionary Denarius (3.78 gm). Legion XV. RSC 47; Sydenham 1235; Crawford 544/30. VF+. ($300)

899. OCTAVIAN. 29-27 BC AR Quinarius (155 gm). Bare headright/ AS[IA] RECEPTA, Victory standing left on cista mystica between two snakes. RSC 14; RIC 1276. Toned VF, bankers' marks on obverse. ($ 150)

893. MARK ANTONY. 32-31 BC. AR Legionary Denarius (3.73 gm). Legion XVÏÏ. RSC 49; Sydenham 1237; Crawford 544/32. VF, some Harness. ($ 150)

894. CLEOPATRA & MARK ANTONY. 32-31 BC. AR Denarius (3.61 gm). Diademed and draped bust of Cleopatra right; prow at point of bust / Bare head of Antony right; Armenian tiara behind. RSC 1; Sydenham 1210; Crawford 543/1. Good VF, light graffiti before Cleopatra's face. Rare. ($3000)

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900. AUGUSTUS. 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius (3.79 gm). Spanish mint 19-18 BC. CAESAR AVGVSTVS, oak wreathed head left / DIWSIVLIVS flanking comet. RSC 97; RIC 137b. Toned VF, slightly off-center, banker's marks. ($450)


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901. AUGUSTUS. 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius (3.79 gm). Spanish mint. 18 BC. CAESARIAVGVSTO, laureate head / MAR VLTflankingtemple with aquila and standards. RSC 190; RIC 1105a. Toned VF, light scratches. ($450) 907. AUGUSTUS. Lot of two JE Asses. Divus Augustus. Circa 22/3-30 AD. JE As (10.32 gm). Radiate head left / Altar-enclosure with double-panelled door. RIC 181 (Tiberius). VF, dark brown patina, porous surfaces. // Augustus and Agrippa. Circa 10 BC-10 AD. JE As (1239 gm). Back to back heads of Agrippa (on left) and Augustus (with oak-wreath) / Crocodile chained to palm-tree. RIC 1158. VF/F, brown patina. 2 coins in lot. ($200) 902. AUGUSTUS. 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius (3.56 gm). Lugdunum minL 15-13 BC AVGVSTVS DIVIF, bare head right/IMPX,butting bullrighLRSC 137; RIC 1167a. VF, porosity. ($200)

903. AUGUSTUS. 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius (3.85 gm). Lugdunum. 12BC. Bare head right /Capricorn. RSC 147; RICI174. Toned VF. ($300) 908. AGRIPPA. Died 12 BC R As (10.70 gm). Struck under Gaius Caligula. 3741 AD. Head left, wearingrostralcrown /Nude Poseidon holding dolphin and trident. ($300) RIC 158 (Gaius). Good VF, dark brown patina, some porosity.

904. AUGUSTUS. 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius (3.70 gm). 2 BC -4 AD. Laureate headright/Caius and Lucius Caesars standing facing, shield and spears between them, lituus and simpulum above. RIC 1207; RSC 43. VF. ($ 100)

909. AGRIPPA. Died 12 BC. R As (11.58 gm). Struck underGaius Caligula. 3741 AD. Type as above. RIC 158 (Gaius). VF, dark brown patina, some porosity. ($200)

905. AUGUSTUS. Countermarked Issue, probably in the East. R Sestertius (16.17 gm). OB, OVIS in oak-wreath between two laurel-branches, SERVA[TOS] / Legend round large SC; two countermarks of a radiate head right within a circular punch (countermark has die flaw on head's face). Cf. RIC 1370 (coinage of C. Asinius Gallus); countermark unlisted in Howgego (peihaps listed before die developed flaw). Coin is Fair, countermark is Fine. Interesting. ($ 100)

906. AUGUSTUS? 27 BC-14 AD. Lead Tessera 21mm (3.09 gm). Bare head right/Two shields and crossed spears. For similiar reverse type see Rostovsew and Prou pg. 110, fig. 23. VF. Reportedly found in the Tiber River. ($500)

910. TIBERIUS, Caesar. 13-14 AD. Lead Tessera21mm (3.00gm). Laureate bust left / TL CAESAR, Tiberius in quadriga. The reverse type is taken from the denarius of Augustus marking the elevation of Tiberius to Caesar, cf. RIC 222. VF. Reportedly found in the Tiber River. ($500)

911. TIBERIUS. 14-37 AD. AR Denarius (3.64 gm). Laureate head right/ Li via as Pax; plain throne legs. RSC 16; RIC126. Toned VF. ($200)


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912. TIBERIUS. 14-37 AD. AR Denarius (3.76 gm). Laureate head/Uvia as Pax; omate chair legs. RSC 16a; RIC 130. Good VF, light porosity. ($275)

917. NERO and DRUSUS Caesars. Struck under Caligula. 37/38 AD. JE Dupondius (14.68 gm). Nero and Drusus on horseback / C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT around S C. RIC 34 (Caligula). Near VF,roughblack and brown patina. ($250)

913. TIBERIUS. 14-37 AD. AR Denarius (3.80 gm). Laureate head right / Uvia as Pax; holds spear, omate chair legs. RSC 16b; RIC 128. VF. ($200)

914. ANONYMOUS, Time Of Tiberius. Circa 14-34 AD. JE Tessera (4.29 gm). Erotic scene / V in wreath. Simonetta-Riva, Le Tessere Erotiche Romane, Scene 10, A (same obverse die); Buttrey (NC 1973), Scene 8. VF, exceptional for type. (See enlargement on back caver) ($2500)

918. GERMANICUS, Father of Caligula. JE As (11.19 gm). Strack under Caligula,3741 AD. Bare head left/C CAESAR AVG GERMAMCVS PONMTR POT around SC. RIC 134 (Caligula); BMC 44. EF, glossy dark green patina. (See enlargement on front cover) ($1000)

Erotic tesserae were struckfor use in the brothels, where, by order of Tiberius, it was forbidden to use coins bearing the emperor's portrait. The numerals on the reverse probably indicate the value ofthe tesserae in asses.

919. GAIUS CALIGULA. 37-41 AD. R Sestertius (27.85 gm). 37-38 AD. Laureate head left / Gaius onraisedplatform, addressing troops, five soldiers to left RIC 132. Fine, brown patina with rough surfaces. ($400)

915. DRUSUS, Son of Tiberius. Struck 22/23 AD. JE As (10.68 gm). Bare head left / PONTIF TRIB VN POTEST ITER round S C. RIC 145 (Tiberius); BMC 99 (Tiberius). Near VF, reddish-brown patina, light porosity. ($150)

920. CLAUDIUS. 41-54 AD. AR Denarius (3.44 gm). 44/45 AD. Laureate head right / Pax-Nemesis, winged, advancing right pointing winged caduceus at snake. RSC 56; RIC 128. VF, light pitting. ($500)

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916. NERO CLAUDIUS DRUSUS. Died 9 BC. JE Sestertius (25.89 gm). Stmck under Claudius, 50-54 AD. Bare head of Drusus left/ Claudius seated left amidst pile of arms. RIC 193. Fine, lightly rough surfaces, light pitting on reverse, brown patina. ($150)

921. CLAUDIUS. 41-54 AD. AR Denarius (3.73 gm). 46/47 AD. Laureate headright/ Pax advancing right RSC 58; RIC139. Toned near EF, excellent portrait, well strack on a full flan. ($2500) 9 4


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AV 928. NERO. 5468 AD. AV Aureus (6.90 gm). 64-68 AD. Laureate head / Jupiter enthroned left RIC 152; BMC 67. Good, scrapes. ($750)

922. CLAUDIUS. 41 -54 AD. JE Sestertius (27.53 gm). 50-54 AD. Laureate head right / Spes walking left, holding flower and raising drapery. RIC 1115. Near VF, brown patina with light porosity. ($300)

929. NERO. 54-68 AD. AR Denarius (3.38 gm). 64-65 AD. Laureate head / Jupiter enthroned left. RSC 119; RIC 153. Fine. ($200)

923. CLAUDIUS. 41-54 AD. JE As (12.35 gm). 41-50 AD. Bare head of Claudius left / Constantia standing left, holding spear. RIC 195. Near VF, brown patina. ($150)

930. NERO. 54-68 AD. AR Denarius (3.22 gm). 64-68 AD. Laureate head / Salus seated left, holding patera. RSC 314; RIC 160. Fine. ($200)

931. NERO. 54-68 AD. AR Denarius (3.41 gm). 67-68 AD. Laureate head / Salus seated left. RSC 320; RIC 172. VF, light scratches. ($300) 924. CLAUDIUS. 41-54 AD. JE As (12.25 gm). 41-50 AD. Bare head left / LIBERTAS AVGVSTA SC, Iibertas holding pileus. RIC 197; BMC 145. Good VF, brown and green patina. ($300)

932. NERO. 54-68 AD. JE As (12.98 gm). 66 AD. Laureate head /Temple of Janus with closed doors. RIC 1306; WCN 288. Good VF, attractive dark green padna. ($300) 925. CLAUDIUS. 41-54 AD. JE As (11.18 gm). 50-54 AD. Bare head of Claudius left / Constantia standing left, raisingrighthand, long spear in left. RIC 1111. Good VF, encrusted dark brown patina. ($250) 926. CLAUDIUS. 41-54 AD. JE As (11.15 gm). Romano-British imitation and brockage. Bare head left / Incuse. See Sutherland, NNM 65, pL V. Fine. Interesting. ($65) 927. CLAUDIUS. Lot of two JE Asses. In the name of Germanicus. (11.33 gm). Bare head right / Legend round S C. RIC 1106 (Claudius). Near VF, brown patina, porous // Claudius. (10.23 gm). Bare head left / Minerva advancing right. RIC I 100. VF, brown patina with areas of green encrustation. 2 pieces. ($ 100) 99

933. GALBA. 68-69 AD. AR Denarius (3.43 gm). Spanish Mint. Laureate head right, globe at point of bust / Roma standing left, holding branch and leaning on vertical spear, foot on globe. RSC 223; RIC 145. Toned VF, obverse slightly offcenter. ($250)


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934. GALBA. 68-69 AD. AR Denarius (297 gm). Laureate head right /Roma standing right, holding transverse spear and Victory on globe. RSC 200; RIC 165. Toned Fine. ($150)

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941. VTTELLIUS. 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.45 gm). Laureate headright/ SPQR ($300) OB C S in wreath. RSC 86; RIC183. VF, some polishing.

942. VTTELLIUS. 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.37 gm). Type as above. RSC 86; RIC 183. Toned near VF. ($200)

935. GALBA. 68-69 AD. AR Denarius (3.06 gm). Bare headright/ SPQR OB CS in three lines in laurel wreath. RSC 287; RIC 1170. Toned Fine. ($150)

943. VTTELLIUS. 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.15 gm). Laureate head right/Tripod with dolphin above, raven below. RSC 114; RIC 186. Near VF. ($200)

936. GALBA. 68-69 AD. JE As ( 11.16 gm). Bare head right / Vesta seated left, holding palladium and transverse spear. RIC 1375. VF, rough brown and green padna. Scarce. ($200)

944. VTTELLIUS. 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.32 gm). Laureate headright/ Vesta seated right, holding patera and sceptre. RSC 72; RIC 1107. Toned VF. ($250)

937. OTHO. 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.11 gm). Bare head right /Securitas standing left RSC 15,17; RIC 18,10. Fine, scratch reverse. ($200)

945. VESPASIAN. 69-79 AD. AR Denarius (3.40 gm). 69-71 AD. Laureate head / IVDAEA, mourning Judaea seated beneath trophy. RSC 226; RIC Π15. VF. ($350) Jewish War reference.

938. OTHO. 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.24 gm). Type as above. RSC 15,17; RIC 18,10. Near VF, banker's mark, scratches. ($300)

939. VTTELLIUS. 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.40 gm). Lugdunum. Laureate head / FIDES EXERCTTWM, clasped hands. RSC 31 ; RIC 154. VF, scratches and flan crack. ($200)

946. VESPASIAN. 69-79 AD. AR Denarius (3.33 gm). 69-71 AD. Type as above. RSC 226; RIC Π15. Fine, scratches. ($250)

947. VESPASIAN. 69-79 AD. AR Denarius (3.21 gm). 69-71 AD. Type as above. RSC 226; RIC Π 15. Toned near VF. ($250)

940. VTTELLIUS. 69 AD. AR Denarius (320 gm). Laureate headright/Iibenas holding pileus and sceptre. RSC 48; RIC 181. Near VF. ($200) 9 6


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948. VESPASIAN. 69-79 AD. AR Denarius (327 gm). 75 AD. Laureate head / Vespasian seated left, holding branch. RSC 365; RIC Π 94. VF. ($125)

954. TITUS, Caesar. 77-78 AD. AR Denarius (3.17 gm). Laureate head right / Yoke of oxen left. RSC 67; RIC Π197 (Vespasian). Toned VF. ($ 150)

949. VESPASIAN. 69-79 AD. AR Denarius (3.43 gm). Asia Minor mint. Laureate bustright/ PACI ORB TERR AVG, turreted female head right RSC 29 la; RIC Π 317; BMC p. 89. Good VF. Rare. ($500)

955. TITUS. 79-81 AD. AR Denarius (3.21 gm). Early 79 AD. Laureate head / Bound captive kneeling before trophy. RSC 274a; RIC Π 5. Near VF. ($ 150) Jewish War reference.

950. VESPASIAN. 69-79 AD. M Dupondius (13.91 gm). 74 AD. Radiate head right / Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and comucopiae. RIC Π 554. VF, mottled black, green and brown patina. Scarce. ($200)

956. TITUS. 79-81 AD. AR Denarius (334 gm). Late 79 AD. Laureate head / Bound captive kneeling before trophy, legend ends PP. RSC 274; RIC Π11. Toned VF. ($200)

957. TITUS. 79-81 AD. AR Denarius (3.24 gm). 80 AD. Laureate head right / Throne with round back. RSC 313; RIC Π 24a. Toned VF. ($ 150) 951. D I W S VESPASIAN. 80-81 AD. AR Denarius (3.21 gm). Laureate head right/ Quadriga left, with car in the form of a small temple, with quadriga between two Victories on top. RSC 146; RIC Π 60 (Titus). VF. Rare. ($500)

958. TITUS. 79-81 AD. AR Denarius (3.07 gm). 80 AD. Laureate head right / Tripod surmounted by dolphin; ravens. RSC 321; RIC Π 27. Toned VF. ($150) 952. D I W S VESPASIAN. 80-81 AD. AR Denarius (3.27 gm). Laureate head / Shield inscribed SC supported by capricoms above globe. RSC 497; RIC Π 63 (Titus). Near EF, Light encrustation. ($500)

959. TITUS. 79-81 AD. M Sestertius (23.04 gm). 80-81 AD. Laureate head right / Spes walking right holding flower and raising drapery. RIC Π100. VF, dark brown and green patina, porosity. ($200)

953. TITUS, Caesar. 75 AD. AV Aureus (6.81 gm). Laureate bust right / Bull butting right RICH 181 (Vespasian). Fine. ($800) 99


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960. DOMITIAN, Caesar. 79 AD. AR Denarius (3.35 gm). I .aureate bust / Salus leaning on column. RSC 384, RIC Π 243 (Vespasian). Good VF. ($200)

966. DOMITIAN. 81-96 AD. jE Sestertius (28.26 gm). 92-94 AD. Laureate head / Jupiter seated left, holding Victory and sceptre. RIC Π 401 ; Cohen 315. Good VF, tan patina. ($500)

961. DOMITIAN, Caesar. 80 AD. AR Denarius (3.38 gm). Laureate head / Altar, garlanded and lighted. RSC 397a; RIC Π 50 (Titus). Toned VF. ($ 125)

967. NERVA. 96-98 AD. AR Denarius (3.14 gm). 97 AD. Laureate head right / Clasped hands holding legionary eagle, resting on prow. RSC 29; RIC Π 15. Toned VF. ($125) 962. DOMITIAN. 81-96 AD. AR Denarius (3.41 gm). 81 AD. Laureate bust / Throne with triangular back. RSC 554a; RIC II 2. Good VF. ($200)

968. TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. AV Aureus (6.93 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / S»P‫׳‬Q‫׳‬R· OPTIMO PRINCQT in three lines within oakwreath. RIC Π pg.254,150; Cohen 581. Good Fine. ($750) 963. DOMITIAN. 81 -96 AD. AR Denarius (3.52 gm). 81 AD. Laureate head right/TR Ρ COS VII DES Vffl Ρ Ρ, garlanded and lighted altar. RSC 370 var. (without TR P); RIC Π 9 (without TR P). Toned VF. ($150)

969. TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. AR Denarius (3.18 gm). 103/104 AD. Laureate bust right, with aegis / Mars in military attire standing facing right, holding spear and shield. RSC 378a; RIC Π 162 Good VF. ($125) 964. DOMITIAN. 81-96 AD. AR Denarius (3.34 gm). 81 AD. Laureate head / Dolphin on tripod, no ravens. RSC-; RIC Π-; BMC 22. Near EF, light scratches. ($200)

970. TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. AR Denarius (2.72 gm). 114-117 AD. Laureate draped bust / Radiate bust of Sol. RSC 188a; RIC Π 329. Toned VF. ($150)

965. DOMITIAN. 81-96 AD. R Sestertius (26.14 gm). 90/91 AD. Laureate head / Jupiter seated left, holding Victory and sceptre. RIC Π 388; Cohen 314. VF, tan patina, pitting and flan crack. ($200) 9 8

971. TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. AR Quinarius (1.70 gm). 103-111 AD. Laureate head, drapery at shoulder / Victory right, holding wreath and palm. RSC 79; RIC Π 133. Toned VF. Rare. ($350)


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977. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. AR Denarius (3.27 gm). 134-138 AD. Laureate bust, drapery on shoulder/ AEGYFTOS, Egypt reclining left, holding sistrum and resting left arm on basket; ibis before. RSC 103; RIC Π 297. Toned EF, small flan flaw on neck. Scarce type. ($600) 972. TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. JE Sestertius (24.88 gm). 103-111 AD. Laureate head, drapery at shoulder / Pax standing left, holding branch and comuacopiae, trodding on Dacian. RIC Π-; Cohen 407; Band 134. Good VF, emerald green patina. ($250)

978. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. AR Denarius (3.30 gm). 134-138 AD. Laureate bust right/RESTrrVTORI GALLIAE, Hadrian raising kneeling GauL RSC 1247; RIC Π 324. VF. ($200)

973. TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. JE Sestertius (25.28 gm). 103-111 AD. Laureate head, drapery at shoulder / Roma standing left, holding Victory and sceptre. RIC Π 483; Cohen 383. Near VF, tan patina. ($100)

979. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. ΛΪ Sestertius (27.26 gm). 119-121 AD. Laureate bust right, drapery on left shoulder/ Hadrian standing left, raising towered woman holding globe. RIC Π 594b. Good VF, glossy green patina with tan highlights. ($600)

974. TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. JE Sestertius (25.98 gm). 103-111 AD. Type as above. RIC Π 483; Cohen 383. Near VF, brown patina, porosity. ($125)

980. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. JE Sestertius (25.72 gm). 132-134 AD. Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust / Galley to left, flag pole on prow, standard on ($ 150) stem. RIC Π 719; Cohen 674. Fane, black patina, porosity. Rare. 975. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. AR Denarius (3.43 gm). 134-138 AD. Laureate bust left / Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and comucopiae. RSC 783; RIC Π 247. VF. Rare. ($200)

976. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. AR Denarius (3.38 gm). 134-138 AD. Laureate bust right / Salus sacrificing over altar, holding patera and short sceptre. RSC 1329; RIC Π 268. EF, lovely iridescent toning. ($350)

981. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. ^Sestertius (26.49 gm). 134-138 AD. Laureate bust / Dacia seated left, holding standard and Dacian sword. RIC Π 849; BMC 1737. VF, brown and green patina, some smoothing. Rare. ($200)


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982. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. JE Sestertius (26.18 gm). Laureate and draped bustright/ HISPANIA, Hispania reclining left on rock, holding branch. RIC Π 851. VF, black patina, light porosity. ($300)

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987. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. Sestertius (29.18gm). 160/161 AD. Laureate headright/ Pietas standing left with four children. RIC ΠΙ 1045. EF, green patina. ($1250) This reverse type, employed in the last year of the emperor's long and prosperous reign, concentrates attention on the promising youth of the imperialfamily. Ironically, it was thisfamily of Marcus Aurelius that heralded the end of the era of the 'good emperors'.

983. HADRIAN. 117-138 AD. JE Sestertius (23.06 gm). 134-138 AD. Laureate and draped bustright/ Hadrian, togate, standingright,raisingrighthand and holding roll in left; Mauretania in elephant headdress standing left, holding vexillum in left hand and sacrificing over altar with right hand. RIC Π 899. Near VF, dark brown patina, light roughness, small pit on cheek. ($200)

988. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. Lot of two Al Sestertii Fides standingrighLRIC ΠΙ546. VF, brown patina, scratches. //Temple of Augustus and Livia. ($150) RICH! 1004. VF, light tan and brown patina. 2 pieces.

984. DIVA SABINA, Wife of Hadrian. Died 137 AD. AR Denarius (2.94 gm). Veiled and wreathed bust / Eagle standing facing left RSC 32; RIC Π420b (Hadrian). VF, smoothing. Rare. ($200)

989. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. JE As (10.00 gm). 143/144 AD. Laureate head /IMPERA TOR DSC, Victory flying left, holding shield inscribed BRI TAN. RIC ΙΠ 732; Cohen 442 VF, brown patina, flan flaw. Very Rare. ($250)

985. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. Sestertius (23.42gm). 145-161 AD. Laureate bust right, draped on left shoulder / Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy. RIC ΠΙ778. VF, dark brown patina with earthen highlights, scrapes on obverse and light pitting on reverse. ($100)

990. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. Λ! As (9.79 gm). Laureatehead right/ Wolf and twins. RIC ΠΙ 734. Fine. ($ 100)

986. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. JE Sestertius (24.93 gm). 154/155AD. Laureate head / libellas holding pileus and sceptre. RIC HI 929; Cohen 543. VF, green and tan patina. ($100)

991. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. JE As (9.93 gm). Laureatehead right / BRITANNIA COS ΠΠ SC, Britannia seated left on rock in attitude of mourning. RIC ΙΠ 934. VF, daik green patina. ($500)

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998. FAUSTINA SR., Wife of Antoninus. AR Denarius (2.93 gm). Consecration issue of 141 AD. Draped bust right/Hexastyle temple with statue of Faustina. RSC 1; RIC ΙΠ 343 (Antoninus). Good VF. ($150)

992. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. JE As (10.78 gm). 153/154 AD. Laureate head right / Annona standing right, holding branch, flanked by modius on cippus and basket of fruiL R l C m 921. Near EF, green patina. ($300)

999. MARCUS AURELIUS, Caesar. 151/152 AD. Sestertius (28.38 gm). Bare head of Aurelius / Virtus standing left, holding parazonum and spear. RIC ΙΠ 1304A (Antoninus); Cohen 1012. VF, encrusted green patina, scratches. ($75)

993. ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. JE Quadrans (3.20 gm). Laureate head right / Owl, eagle and peacock. RIC ΠΙ 709a. Near EF, minor roughness. ($400)

Divus Antoninus Pius Aureus 1000. MARCUS AURELIUS, as Caesar. 158/159 AD. JE Sestertius (22.64 gm). Bare-headed bust right / Virtus with spear and parazonium. RIC ΙΠ 1349 (Antoninus). VF, attractive jade-green patina. ($600)

994. D I W S ANTONINUS PIUS. 138-161 AD. AV Aureus (7.12 gm). Bare head right / Funeral pyre. RIC ΠΙ435 (Aurelius). Toned good VF. ($3000)

1001. MARCUS AURELIUS. 161-180 AD. AR Denarius (3.20 gm). 161 AD. Laureate and cuirassed bustright,seen from behind / Emperor togate, standing left, holding globe inrighthand and scroll in the other. RSC-; RIC ΠΙ-; BMC-. The obverse busttypedoesnotappearinthepubhshedcollections.Toned EF. ($200) 995. DIVO ANTONINUS PIUS. Struck by Trajan Decius. 250-251 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.93 gm). DIVO ΡΙΟ,radiatehead /Flaming abar. RSC 1189; RIC IV pt.3,90 (Decius). Toned VF. ($ 150)

1002. MARCUS AURELIUS. 161-180 AD. AR Denarius (3.40gm). 168-169 AD. Laureate headright/ Iiberalitas standing left, holding abacus and comucopiae. RSC412;RICm206.VF. ($125)

996. DIVO ANTONINUS PIUS. AR Antoninianus (4.27 gm). Type as above. RSC 1189; RIC IV pt.3,90 (Decius). Toned VF. ($ 150)

1003. MARCUS AURELIUS. 161-180 AD. ^Sestertius (25.03 gm). 166 AD. Laureate head / Victory holding palm and shield inscribed VIC PAR on tree. RIC ΠΙ ($100) 931 ; Cohen 807. Fine, brown and green patina.

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1004. MARCUS AURELIUS. 161-180 AD. JE Sestertius (26.01 gm). 177/178 AD. Laureate headright/ Aequitas standing left RIC ΙΠ1230. Near EF, green padna. ($750)

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1010. LUCIUS VERUS. 161-169 AD. JE Sestertius (24.55 gm). 168/169 AD. Laureate head / Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and comucopiae. RIC ΠΙ1483 (Aurelius); Cohen 105. VF, heavy brown and green patina. ($125)

1011. LUCILLA, Wife of Lucius Verus. AR Denarius (2.94 gm). Draped bust right / VOTA PVBLI CA in three lines in laurel wreath. RSC 98; RIC ΙΠ 792 (Aurelius). Toned VF. ($ 150) 1005. MARCUS AURELIUS. 161-180 AD./E Sestertius (22.76 gm). 178/179 AD. Laureate head right / Felicitas standing left. RIC ΠΙ 1237. Good VF. ($400)

1006. LUCIUS VERUS. 161-169 AD. AR Denarius (2.88 gm). 161/162 AD. Bare headright/ Providentia holding globe and comucopiae RSC 155; RIC ΙΠ 482 (Aurelius). Good VF, reverse scuff. ($ 100)

1012. LUCILLA. JE Sestertius (19.79 gm). Draped bust / Pietas standing left, sacrificing over altar. RIC ΙΠ 1756 (Aurelius); Cohen 54. Near VF, tan patina. ($100)

1007. LUCIUS VERUS. 161-169 AD. AR Denarius (3.09 gm). 162/163 AD. Bare headright/ Providentia holding globe and comucopiae RSC 156; RIC ΠΙ491 (Aurelius). Good VF. ($200) 1008. LUCIUS VERUS. 161-169 AD. JE Sestertius (24.71 gm). 163/164 AD. Laureate head / Verus on raisd platform presenting king Sohaemus to the Armenians. RIC HI 1370 (Aurelius); Cohen 159. Fine, encrusted brown patina, flan flaws. Rare type. ($75)

1013. LUCILLA. Lot of twoSestertü RIC ΠΙ 1763 (Aurelius) and RIC ΠΙ1779 (Aurelius). Both Fine with brown patina and light porosity. 2 pieces. ($200)

1014. COMMODUS. 180-192AD. AR Denarius (3.31 gm). 186 AD. Laureate head/Commodus haranguing the loyal troops. RSC 143;RICHI 130. Good VF. ($400) Tigidius Perennius, commander ofthe Praetorian Guards, was given free rein by the dissolute Commodus. His brutality led to his denunciation by other officers in the army, who charged him with grasping for the throne. Perennius was arrested and executed in 185, and the army was praised and rewarded for its loyalty.

1009. LUCIUS VERUS. 161-169 AD. JE Sestertius (25.24 gm). 163/164 AD. Laureate head right / Mars walking right, carrying spear and trophy. RIC ΙΠ 1379 (Aurelius). Good VF, brown and green patina, light smoothing behind head. ($400) 9 2


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1015. COMMODUS. 180-192 AD. AR Denarius (2.88 gm). 191/192 AD. Laureate headright/ Hercules standing left, holding club and skin in left arm, crowning trophy with right. RSC 202; RIC ΠΙ 254a. VF, light toning. ($ 125)

1016. COMMODUS. 177-192 AD. M Sestertius (19.85 gm). 184 AD. Laureate headright/ Britannia standing facing, head left, holding helmet and curved sword. RIC ΠΙ437; BMC p. 796 (description cited from Cohen, but this type not in British Museum collection); Cohen 36. Near VF, olive patina Extremely rare, this possibly the finest known. ($1000)

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1020. PERTINAX. 193 AD. AR Denarius (2.91 gm). IMP CAES Ρ HELV PERTIN AVG, laureate head / VOT DECEN TRP COS Π, Pertinax sacrificing over altar RSC 56; RIC IV pt 1,13a. Near VF. Smallflan,but a clear portrait of thisrareemperor. ($1000)

1021. DIDIA CLARA, Daughter of Didius Julianus. Ά Sestertius (19.05 gm). Draped bustright/ Hilaritas standing left, holding long palm and comucopiae. RIC IV 20 (Julianus). Fine, brown patina with moderate porosity. Rare. ($500)

The Caledonians broke through the Antonine wall early in Commodus' reign, destraying a Roman force and over-running southern Scotland. Commodus sent Ulpius Marcellus, a former governor of Britain, to repel this breach. To celebrate Marcellus' victory, Commodus added Britannicus to his titles and struck coins featuring Britannia, in this instance a most unusual representation which never again appears on Roman coinage. 1022. CLODIUS ALBINUS, Caesar. 193 AD. AR Denarius (3.89 gm). Bare head right/Providentia standing left. RSC 55; RICIV lc. Toned VF. ($300)

1017. COMMODUS. 180-192 AD. Lot of two jE Sestertii. (18.33 gm). 183184 AD. Laureate head right / Armona standing left, holding statuette and comucopiae, modius with com ears left. Cf. RIC ΠΙ 407. Good VF, light green and brown patina, reverse rough. // (14.94 gm). 192 AD. Hercules with trophy. RIC ΠΙ640 (R). Good. 2 pieces. ($200)

1023. CLODIUS ALBINUS, Caesar. 193-195 AD. AR Denarius (3.13 gm). D CL SEPT ALBIN CAES, bare head / ROMAE AETERNAE, Roma seated, holding palladium and sceptre. RSC 61 ; RIC IV pL 1,11 a. Good VF. ($400)

1024. CLODIUS ALBINUS, Caesar. 193-195 AD. ARDenarius (3.28 gm). Type as above. RSC 61 ;RIC IV pt.1, lia. VF. ($300) 1018. CRISPINA, Wife of Commodus. AR Denarius (159 gm). Draped bust right / Clasped hands. RSC 9; RIC ΠΙ279 (Commodus). Toned VF. ($ 150)

1019. CRISPINA. AR Denarius (3.44 gm). Draped bustright/ DIS GENITALIBVS, lighted altar. RSC 16;RICm281 (Commodus). VF. Scarce. ($150)

1025. CLODIUS ALBINUS. 195-197 AD. AR Denarius (3.03 gm). Lugdunum Laureate head right / Genius standing facing, head right. Cf. RIC 23 (Rarity 2; Genius with head left). Good VF. Very rare, and apparently an unpublished reverse variant. ($500)


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1026. CLODIUS ALBINUS. 195-197 AD. AR Denarius (248 gm) Lugdunum. Laureate headright/ Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe and sceptre. RSC 60b; RIC IV 35. Toned Fine. ($150)

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1032. CARACALLA. 198-217 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.87 gm). 215 AD. Radiate cuirassed bust right /Sol in quadriga. RSC 289b; RIC IV 265d. VF. ($125)

13‫ש‬. CARACALLA. 198-217 AD. AR Denarius (3.21 gm). 201 AD. Laureate bust / Bound captives beneath trophy. RSC 175; RIC IV pL 1,54b. Good VF. ($125)

1027. CLODIUS ALBINUS, Caesar. 194-195 AD. JE Sestertius (24.85 gm). Bare head right / Concord seated left, holding patera and comuacopiae. RIC IV pi 1,62. Fine, brown patina. ($ 150) 1028. SEFI IMIUS SEVERUS. 193-211 AD. AR Denarius (2.91 gm). Laodicea mint. 198 AD. Laureate head/Salus seated left, feeding sepent RSC642 RICIVpt.1, 497a. Good VF. ($75)

1034. CARACALLA. 198-217 AD. AR Denarius (3.23 gm). 206-210 AD. Laureate head / Liberalitas holding abacus and cornucopiae. RSC 1728; RIC IV pLl,158.EF,scarcerreversetype. ($125)

1029. SEPTOVnUS SEVERUS. 193-211 AD. AR Denarius (2.63 gm). 208 AD. Laureate head / Nude Jupiter advancing left, brandishing thunderbolt. RSC 501 ; RIC IV pt. 1,216. Toned near EF. Nice reverse style. ($ 100) 1035. CARACALLA. 198-217 AD. AR Denarius (2.85 gm). 213 AD. Laureate head right / Hercules with branch and club. RSC 220; RIC IV 206a. EF. ($125)

1030. SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS. 193-211 AD. AR Denarius (262 gm). 210/211 AD. Laureate headright/ Victoryright,holding wreath and palm. RSC 727; RIC IV 332. Toned good VF. ($150)

1M6. CARACALLA. 198-217 AD. AR Denarius (3.39 gm). 214 AD. Laureate head / Apollo seated left, holding branch, lyre by arm. RSC 242; RIC TV pt 1,238A. EF. ($125)

1037. CARACALLA. 198-217 AD. AR Denarius (3.23 gm). 215 AD. Laureate head / Apollo standing left, holding branch and sceptre. RSC 284; RIC IV pt. 1,255. Superb EF. ($200) 1031. JULIA DOMNA. 211-217 AD. JE Sestertius (25.18 gm). Draped bust right / Juno standing left, holding patera and long sceptre, peacock at her feet left RIC IV 585 (Caracalla). VF, brown patina, obverse fields smoothed. ($125) 9 4

18‫ש‬. CARACALLA. 198-217 AD. AR Denarius (3.00 gm). 216 AD. Laureate head / Nude Jupiter standing, holding thunderbolt and sceptre. RSC 337; RIC IV pL 1,275a. Toned near EF. ($75)


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1039. PLAUTILLA, Wifeof Caracalla. AR Denarius (2.93 gm). Draped bust / PROPAGOIMPERI, Plautilla and Caracalla clasping hands. RSC 21; RICIVpt.1, 362. EF, flan crack. ($150)

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1045. MACRINUS. 217-218 AD. AR Antoninianus (5.36 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bustright/ Indes standing facing, head left, between two standards; she holds two more, one with each hand. RSC 145; RIC IV pt.2,9. EF, minor flan flaw on obverse. Very Rare. ($750)

1040. PLAUTILLA. AR Denarius (3.09 gm). Draped bust / Concord holding patera and sceptre. RSC 1 ; RIC TV pt. 1,363a. Good VF. ($ 100) 1046. MACRINUS. 217-218 AD. AR Denarius (3.95 gm). December 217 AD. Laureate cuirassed bust, long beard / Annona holding grain ears overmodius and cornucopiae. RSC 47b; RIC TV pt.2,26. Good VF. ($200)

1041. PLAUTILLA. AR Denarius (3.07 gm). Draped bustright/ Venus, nude to waist, standing left and leaning on shield, holding palm branch and apple, Cupid below holding helmet RSC 25; RIC TV 369 (Caracalla). VF. ($ 100) 1047. MACRINUS. 217-218 AD. AR Denarius (3.04 gm). Laureate bust, long beard / Aequitas holding scales and comucopiae. RSC 2; RIC TV pt.2,53. Good VF. ($200)

1042. GETA, Caesar. 200-202 AD. AR Denarius (3.48 gm). Bare-headed draped bust / Castor standing left, holding reins of horse and sceptre. RSC 12; RIC IV pl. 1, 6. Toned VF, small scratch reverse. Rare. ($200)

1048. MACRINUS. 217-218 AD. AR Denarius (3.20 gm). Type as above. RSC 2; RIC TV 53. Good VF, lightly toned. ($200)

1043. G ETA. 209-212 AD. AR Denarius (3.32 gm). 211 AD. Laureate head right / Fortuna reclining on wheel, holding comucopiae. RSC 62; RIC IV 77. Toned VF. ($100)

1049. MACRINUS. 217-218 AD. AR Denarius (3.25 gm). Laureate bust, long beard / Providentia holding wand over globe and comucopiae. RSC 108; RIC IV pt.2, 80. EF. ($300)

1044. G ETA. 209-212 AD. AR Denarius (2.86 gm). Mature laureate head/ LIBERALJTAS AVG V, Liberalitas holding abacus and comucopiae. RSC 68; RIC IV pt.1,88. EF. ($100)

1050. ELAGABALUS. 218-222 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.83 gm). Radiate draped and cuirassed bust / Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and comucopiae. RSC 281 ; RIC IV pt.2,149.GoodVF. ($150) 9 9


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1051. ELAGABALUS. 218-222 AD. AR Denarius (2.81 gm). Laureate bust / Legionary aquila and standards, with shields. RSC 44; RIC IV pt.2,78. EF. ($150)

1052. ELAGABALUS. 218-222 AD. AR Denarius (2.95 gm). Laureate draped bust / Providentia leaning against column, holding wand over globe and comucopiae. RSC 244; RIC IV pt.2,133. Supeib EF. ($200)

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1057. SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. AR Denarius (2.51 gm). Laureate head right / Virtus standing left, holding Victory, spear and shield. RSC 579a; RIC IV 220. Toned good VF. ($100)

1058. SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. JE Sestertius (18.17 gm). Laureate head right / Justitia seated left, holding patera and long sceptre. RIC IV 563. VF, brown patina. ($100)

1053. ELAGABALUS. 218-222 AD. AR Denarius (3.10 gm). 220-222 AD. Laureate and draped bust right, seen from behind /Securitas seated right RSC 271; RIC IV145. Near EF. ($100) 1059. SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. R Sestertius (19.81 gm). 231235 AD. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bustright/Mars advancing right with spear and shield. RIC IV 635. Near EF/VF, dark brown patina. ($200) 1060. SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. Lot of two Sestertii. Laureate bust / Sol left RIC IV 535. VF, brown and green patina. // Laureate head, slight drapery / Providentia. RIC IV 642. VF, dark brown patina. 2 pieces. ($ 150) 1054. JULIA MA ESA, Grandmother of Elagabalus. AR Denarius (Z56 gm). Draped bust / Puducitia seated left RSC 36; RIC IV pt.2,268 (Elagabalus). Toned good VF. ($150)

1055. SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. AR Denarius (2.94 gm). 224 AD. Laureate bustright/ Mars standing left, holding branch and sceptre. RSC 251; RICIV pt.2,37. Toned EF. ($150)

1056. SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. AR Denarius (2.91 gm). Laureate bust right / Jupiter seated left. RSC 95; RIC IV pt.2,144. Superb EF. ($200)

1061. SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. yE As (11.44 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Emperor on horseback with Victory and Roma, captive on ground. RIC IV 653. Fine, smoothed green and brown patina Rare type. ($125)

1062. SEVERUS ALEXANDER and JULIA MAMAEA. 222-235 AD. JE MedalKc As (832 gm). Confronted busts of Alexander and Mamaea / Alexander seated left, crowned by Victory, Felicitas and another figure in front. RIC IV pt.2,661; Cohen 8. Fair, brown patina, one hole and two attempted piercings. Extremely Rare. ($150)


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1063. JULIA MAMAEA, Mother of Severus Alexander. AR Denarius (2.88 gm). Diademed and draped bust right / Felicitas standing left, leaning on column, holding caduceus in right hand. RSC 17; RIC IV 335 (Severus). Toned EF. ($ 150)

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1068. MAXIMUS, Caesar. 235-238 AD. /ESestertius (20.15 gm). Bare-headed bustright/ Prince left with standards. RIC IV pt.2,13; BMC 213. EF, apple green parina. ($400)

1064. MAXIMINUS 1.235-238 AD. AR Denarius (3.54 gm). Laureate bust tight / Salus seated left RSC 85a; RIC IV pt.2,14. Choice EF. ($ 125)

1069. MAXIMUS, Caesar. 236-238 AD. JE Sestertius (22.28 gm). Type as above. RIC IV pt.2,13;Cohen 14. Near VF, brown and green. ($150)

1070. BALBINUS. 238 AD. AR Artomnianus (3.87 gm). Radiate bust / Clasped hands. RSC 3; RIC IV pt.2,10. VF. ($250)

1065. MAXIMINUS L 235-238 AD. JE Sestertius (22.23 gm). 235-236 AD. Laureate bust right / Fides standing left, holding standard in each hand. RIC IV 43. Near EF, smoothed green patina. ($200)

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1066. MAXIMINUS 1.235-238 AD. JE Dupondius (11.35 gm). 235-236 AD. Radiate bust / Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe and comucopiae. RIC r v pt.2,62; Cohen 82. VF, attractive dark green patina. ($150)

1071. BALBINUS. 238 AD. JE Sestertius (22.52 gm). Bust right / Concordia seated left. RIC IV pt.2,22; Cohen 4. Near EF, green patina. ($1500)

1067. MAXIMUS, Caesar. 236-238 AD. AR Denarius (2.91 gm). Bare-headed bust/Maximus with two standards. RSC 10; RICIV pl2,3. VF, scratch obverse. ($250)

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1072. BALBINUS. 238 AD. JE Sestertius (24.71 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Emperor, togate, standing left, holding branch and parazonium. RIC IV 15. VF, brown patina. ($250)

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1073. BALBINUS. 238 AD. JE Sestertius (22.90 gm). Laureate bust/liberalilas standing left, holding abacus and comucopiae. RIC IV pt.2, 15; Cohen 11. Near VF, encrusted green patina. ($ 150)

1080. GORDIAN ΠΙ. 238-244 AD. AR Denarius (2.61 gm). 240 AD. Laureate bust / liberalilas with abacus and comucopiae. RSC 131 ; RIC IV pt-3,45. EF. ($75)

1074. P U P I E N U S . 238 AD. JE Sestertius (20.16 gm). Laureate bust right/ Concordia seated left, holding patera and double comucopiae. RIC IV 20. Near VF, dark brown patina, light porosity. ($275)

1081. G O R D I A N III. 238-244 AD. AR Denarius (3.54 gm). 241-243 AD. Laureate bust / AETERNITAn AVG, Sol Standing facing left, holding globe. RSC 41; RIC IV pt.3,83. Toned EF, nice large flan. ($100)

1075. PUPIENUS. 238 AD. ^Sestertius (23.37 gm). Laureate bust right/Victory standing facing, head left, wreath in right hand, palm in left. RIC IV 23a; Cohen 38. VF, dark green patina, light porosity. ($400) 1076. PUPIENUS. 238 AD. JE Sestertius (16.43 gm). Type as above. RIC IV pt.2,23a; Cohen 38. Fine, encrusted brown patina. ($75)

1082. G O R D I A N III. 238-244 AD. AR Denarius (2.59 gm). 241-244 AD. Laureate bust / Jupiter Standing facing left, holding sceptre and thunderbolt. RSC 113 variety; RICIV pt.3,112 variety. ChoiceEF. ($100)

Rare Aureus Of Gordian ΠΙ

1077. GORDIAN ΠΙ. 238-244 AD. AV Aureus (5.42 gm). 241-243 AD. IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / AETERNITATI AVG, Sol standing facing left, holding globe and raising hand. RIC IV pt.3,97. Lustrous EF. ($3000) 1083. GORDIAN III. 238-244 AD. JE Sestertius (16.08 gm). 241-243 AD. Laureate bust / AETERNITAn AVG SC, Sol standing facing left, holding globe. RIC IV pt.3,297a; Cohen 43. VF, heavy brown patina. ($100)

1078. G O R D I A N III. 238-244 AD. AR Denarius (2.73 gm). 238-240 AD. Laureate bust / Jupiter Standing left, guarding small figure of Gordian. Cf. RIC IV pt3, 21, where the type is listed only for an aureus. EF. ($ 125)

1079. G O R D I A N III. 238-244 AD. AR Denarius (2.89 gm). 240-241 AD. Laureate bust / Fides Standing left, holding Standard and sceptre. Cf. RSC 206 and RIC IV pt.3,26, where the type is listed only for a quinarius. EF. ($125)

1084. GORDIAN ΠΙ. 238-244 AD. JE Sestertius (18.34 gm). 240 AD. Laureate bust right / Abundantia standing right, emptying oomucopiae. RIC IV 274a. Nice VF, brown patina. //Another Gordian ΠΙ Sestertius, RIC IV 286a. Near VF, glossy brown patina. 2 pieces in lot. ($150)


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1085. PHILIP 1.244-249 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.05 gm). Millenium of Rome, 248 AD. Radiate bust / lion walking right; I below. RSC 173; RIC IV pt.3,12. Near EF. ($150)

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1091. HERENNIA ETRUSCILLA, Wife of Decius. vE Sestertius (17.26 gm). Diademed bust / Fecunditas standing left, holding comucopiae, child at feet RIC IV pt.3,134a (Decius); Cohen 9. Near VF, attractive brown patina. Nice for these. ($200)

1086. PHILIP 1.244-249 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.59 gm). Milennium of Rome, 248 AD. Bust tight / SAECVLVM N O W M , temple. RSC 198; RIC TV pt.3,25b. Superb EF. ($100)

1092. HERENNIUS ETRUSCUS, Caesar. 250-251 AD. JE Sestertius (16.59 gm) Bare headright,draped / Mercury standing left, holding purse and caduceus. RIC IV 167a (Decius). Near VF, green and dark brown patina, rough surfaces. Scarce. ($150)

1087. OTACILIA SEVERA, Wife of Philip. AR Antoninianus (4.18 gm). 248249 AD. Diademed bust on crescent / Concord seated left, holding patera and cornucopiae. RSC 16; RIC IV pt.3,129 (Philip). Toned EF. ($ 100)

1093. HOSTILIAN, Caesar. 251 AD. JE Sestertius (17.96 gm). Bare-headed draped bust / Hostilian standing left, holding standard and spear. RIC TV 216a (Decius). Near VF, thick green patina. Scarce. ($150)

1088. PHILIP Π. 247-249 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.93 gm) Antioch. Radiate bust / Aequitas standing left, holding scales and comucopiae. RSC 1 ; RIC V pt2,246 variety (reverse legend ends AVG). EF, flan crack. ($ 125)

1094. TREBONIANUS GALLUS. 251-253 AD. Antoninianus (3.10 gm). Radiate bust on crescent / Liberias standing left. RSC 63; RIC IV pt.3,37. Toned near EF. ($50)

1095. VOLUSIAN. 251-253 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.99 gm). Radiate bust / Pietas standing left, sacrificing over altar. RSC 88; RIC IV pt.3,182. EF. ($100)

1089. TRAJAN DECIUS. 249-251 AD. JE Sestertius (17.83 gm). Laureate cuirassed bust right / Victory running left with wreath. RIC TV pt.3,3. Near EF, brown patina, excellent portrait. ($600) 1096. GALLIENUS, Joint Reign. 253-260 AD. Antoninianus (2.57 gm). Radiate bust right / LEG VU CL VIΡ VI F, radiate lion right. RSC 520; RIC V pt 1,351. VF/F. ($100)

1090. TRAJAN DECIUS. 249-251 AD. JE Sestertius (19.20 gm). Laureate cuirassed bust /The two Pannoniae. RIC IV pt.3,124a; Cohen 87. Near VF, heavy ($100) brown and green patina. Scarcer reverse type. 9 9


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1097. GALLIENUS, Joint Reign. 253-260 AD. AR Antoninianus (2.87 gm). Milan. Radiate cuirassed bust / COHH PRAET VIÎĄ VI F, radiate Hon walking right RSC 105; RIC Vpt.l, 370. Good VF, weak strike. Rare legionary reference. ($150)

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1102. VALERIAN II. Consecration Issue. JE Sestertius (16.05 gm). 255 AD. Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bustright/ Prince in biga on funeral pyre. RIC V pL 1,35. Near VF, glossy brown patina, tooled. Rare. ($ 100)

1103. MACRIANUS. 260-261 AD. Antoninianus (3.78 gm). Antioch. Radiate cuirassed bust / Aequitas standing left, holding scales and comucopiae; star. RIC V pt.2,5. Good VF, some encrustation. Good portrait. ($100) 1098. GALLIENUS, Joint Reign. 253-260 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.76 gm). Mint of Asia. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Valerian and Gallienus standing facing each other, one holds spear and globe, the other Victory and spear. RIC VptJ,455;RSC 1311.SuperbEF,broadflanandrareassuch. ($300)

1104. POSTUMUS. 259-268 AD. JE Sestertius (25.79 gm). 260 AD. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Emperor standing left, holding globe and spear. RIC V pt.2,110. Near EF, attractive even brown patina. Rare this nice. ($900)

1099. GALLIENUS, Joint Reign. 253-260 AD. JE Sestertius (19.40 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind / Soldier standing left, resting shield on ground, spear in left hand. RIC V pt. 1,248. VF, brown patina. ($150)

1100. GALLIENUS, Sole Reign. 260-268 AD. Denarius (1.42 gm). Laureate headright/ SECVRIT PERPET, Security leaning on column. RIC V pt 1,355. Near VF. ($100)

1105. POSTUMUS. 259-268 AD. JE Sestertius (22.27 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bustright/Two Victories attaching shield to palm tree between two captives. RIC V pt.2,166; Bastien 44. Good Fine, dark brown patina. Overstruck on a Hadrian sestertius. ($150)

1101. SALONINA, Wife of Gallienus. Antoninianus (3.81 gm). Antioch. Diademed bust on crescent / Venus holding helmet and spear, shield at side. RSC 113; RIC V P L1,86 (sole reign). Choice EF, silvering. ($ 100)

1106. POSTUMUS. 259-268 AD. JE Dupondius (13.43 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Galley. RIC V pt.2,207. VF, attractive olive patina. ($200)

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1107. CLAUDIUS II GOTHICUS. 268-270 AD. Antoninianus (3.15 gm). Cyzicus. Radiate head / VICTOR GERMAN, two bound captives beneath trophy. RIC V p t l , 247. EF, dark green patina. ($100)

1108. CLAUDIUS Π GOTHICUS. 268-270 AD. Antoninianus (3.04 gm). Cyzicus. Radiate draped bust; two pellets below / VICTORIAE GOTHIC, two bound captives beneath trophy. RIC V pt. 1,252 variety (no SPQR). EF, dark green patina. Rare. ($150)

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1112. AURELIAN. 270-275 AD. Antoninianus (4.21 gm). Serdica. Radiate cuirassed bust / Female presenting wreath to Aurelian; */KAA RIC V pt. 1,290. Superb EF, silvering. ($100)

1113. AURELIAN. 270-275 AD. Antoninianus (3.95 gm). Serdica. Radiates cuirassed bust right / Female presenting wreath to Aurelian; */KAA. RIC V pL 1, 290. EF, silvering. ($100)

These two coins mark the victories over successive waves ofinvaders thai threatened to dismember the empire in the late 3rd century. Gallienus (not Claudius) had achievedthe initial victory over the Goths at Naissus in 268, but Claudius' victories over the Germans at Lake Benacus and the Goths at Mount Gessax shattered the barbarian armies. Ironically, plague swept the weakened hoards, eventually claiming the emperor and much of his army as victims.

1114. AURELIAN. 270-275 AD. Antoninianus (4.69 gm). Serdica. Radiate bust right /Sol standing left with two captives; ΧΧΙ·Τ·. RIC V pL 1,308. EF, silvering. ($100)

1109. QUINTILLUS. 270 AD. Antoninianus (2.82 gm). Radiate bust / Fortuna with rudder and comucopiae. RIC V pt.l, 20. Near VF, broad flan. ($75) 1115. SEVER IN A, Wife of Aurelian. JE Denarius (2.45 gm). Diademed bust right / Venus holding small child in hand and sceptre; ς. RIC V pt. 1,6. EF, green patina. ($150)

1110. AURELIAN. 270-275 AD. Antoninianus (4.71 gm). Mediolanum. Radiate amassed bust / Radiate Sol trampling one captive, another behind; Q. RIC V pL 1,137. Superb EF. ($100)

1111. AURELIAN. 270-275 AD. Antoninianus (3.56 gm). Serdica. Radiate cuirassed bust / Female handing wreath to Aurelian; */ΚΑ·Α. RIC V pt. 1, 289. Superb EF, silvering. ($100)

1116. SEVERINA. JE As (8.94 gm). Diademed bustright/ Juno holding patera and sceptre, peacock at feet; ς. RIC V pt. 1,7. Good VF, thick green and red patina. ($150)

1117. FLORIAN. 276 AD. JE Antoninianus (3.73 gm). Ticinum. Radiate, draped and cuirassed bustright/ Felicitas standing half-left, holding patera over altar and caduceus. RIC V pg.355,61. Superb EF, lovely chocolate brown patina. ($450)

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1118. PROBUS. 276-282 AD. Antoninianus (3.98 gm). Rome. Radiate mantled bust left, holding sceptre /Sol in quadriga left; R thundeibolt Γ. RIC V pt2,203H. EF, silvering. ($100)

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1124. MAGNIA URBICA, Wife of Carinus. M Antoninianus (3.11 gm). Lugdunum. Diademed and draped bust on crescent / Venus standing left, holding appie and crescent; D. RIC Vpt. 2,337. Good VF, light encrustation on reverse. Rare. ($400)

Very Rare Antoninianus Of Julian of Pannonia

1119. PROBUS. 276-282 AD. Antorrinianus (4.01 gm). Rome. Radiate cuirassed bust/VICTORIA GERM trophy and captives; R thunderbolt A. RIC V pL2,221. EF. ($100) 1125. JULIAN OF PANNONIA. 284-285 AD. Antoninianus (3.76 gm). Siscia. IMP CM IVUANVS PF AVG, radiate, draped and cuirassed bustright/ VICTORIA AVG,Victory left; S A/XXL RIC V pt.2,5 (Rarity 3). VF. Vety Rate. ($4000)

1120. PROBUS. 276-282 AD. Antoninianus (4.41 gm). Rome. Radiate cuirassed bust /Trophy with two bound captives; RAA. RIC V pt.2,223. Near EF, some silvering. ($85)

1126. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (3.93 gm). London Radiate and cuirassed bust right / Sol standing facing,righthand raised, left holding glove; BE/MLXXI. RIC V pt.2,29 variety. Fine, brown patina, rough surfaces. Rare. ($50)

1121. PROBUS. 276-282 AD. Antoninianus (3.84 gm). Siscia. Radiate helmeted cuirassed bust left, with spear and shield / Emperor clasping hand of Concordia; VI/XXL RIC V pt.2,663. EF, some silvering, flan crack. ($100) 1127. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (4.42 gm). London Radiate bust left, spear across right shoulder, shield decorated with standing Pegasus on left arm / Pax standing left, holding olive branch and sceptre; Β F/MLXXL RIC V pt.2, 116. VF, brown patina, slightly rough. Rare. ($300)

1122. PROBUS. 276-282 AD. Antoninianus (3.67 gm). Siscia. Radiate bust left, holding sceptre / Emperor and Concordia clasping hands; T/XXI RIC V pt.2,663. EF. ($100)

1123. PROBUS. 276-282 AD. Antoninianus (4.54 gm). Cyzicus. Radiate mantled bust left, holding sceptre / Sol in spread quadriga; CM/XXIP RIC V pt.2,911. EF, silvered. ($100)

1128. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (4.42 gm). Camuiodunum. Radiate bustright/ Galley. Cf. RIC V pt.2,264 (obverse legend variety). Fine. Rare. ($150)

1129. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (5.04 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Providentia standing left, holding baton and comucopiae, globe at feet; SC. RIC V pL2,513. EF, brown patina. ($300)

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1136. ALLECTUS. 293-296 AD. Antoninianus (3.70 gm). Camulodunum minL Radiate and cuirassed bustright/ Fides standing left, holding two standards. RIC V pL2,69. VF, green patina, a few rough spots. Rare. ($75)

1130. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (5.00 gm). Radiate and draped bustright/ Mars standing right with reversed spear and shield; SC. RIC V pL2,529 variety. VF+, green patina. ($300)

1131. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (5.00 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bustright/ VBERETA AV, woman milking cow standing right; RSR RIC V pL2,581 variety. F/VF, green patina. Extremely Rare. ($300)

1137. ALLECTUS. 293-296 AD. R Qu1nanu5 (2.38 gm). Camulodunum minL Radiate and cuirassed bustright/Galley sailing left. Victory standing on prow, QC. RIC V pt2, -. VF, dark brown patina, surfaces lightly brushed. Extremely rare and one of the highlights of Allectus ' coinage. ($200) This rare type with Victory on the galley is pure propaganda, as Allectus never won a naval battle.

1132. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (4.50 gm). Radiate and draped bust right / Mars with spear and shield. RIC V pL2, 842 variety. Near VF, brown patina. Rare. ($100)

1138. DIOCLETIAN. 284-305 AD. Antoninianus (4.99 gm). Antioch. 293-295 AD. Bustright/ Emperor receiving Victory from Jupiter, Z/*XXI. RIC V 322. EF. ($100)

1133. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (2.91 gm). Radiate and draped bustright/ Sol advancing left holding whip, star in leftfield.RIC V pL2,870 variety. VF, brown patina. Rare. ($150)

1139. DIOCLETIAN. 284-305 AD. R Follis (9.45 gm). London. Circa 303 AD. Laureate and cuirassed bust right/Genius standing left. RIC VI 28a. EF, sharply struck, olive-brown patina. ($125) 1134. CARAUSIUS. 287-293 AD. R Antoninianus (3.81 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bustright/ Pax standing left, holding branch and sceptre. RIC V pL2, 880. VF, dark brown patina. ($ 150)

Rare Aureus of Maximianus

1135. CARAUSIUS. 286-293 AD. Antoninianus (2.81 gm). Radiate and draped bustright/ VICTORIA GERM, trophy with two captives. RIC V pt.2,1030 variety. Fine, green patina. Very Rare. ($150)

1140. MAXIMIANUS. 286-310 AD. AV Aureus (5.30 gm). Nicomedia. 303-3M AD. MAXIMIANVS AVG VSTVS, laureate head of Maximianusright/ XX MAXIMLANI AVG SMN in wreath. RIC VI14; Cohen 705; Bastien and Metzger p.36,10. Near EF. Rare. ($4000)

Carausius' use of this reverse type is puzzling, as he never had a German victory or even a German campaign.

Ex Î? FA XXVI (1991), lot 304 (described as EF); Mazzini W 704, pl. Ixxxvii (described as "Splendido").

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1141. MAXIMIANUS. 286-310 AD. AR Aigenteus (3.09 gm). Heinum. 295 AD. Laureate headright/ The four tetrarchs sacrificing over a tripod before archway in turreted enclosure. RSC 548d; RIC VI 16b. Toned superb EF. ($1500)

1142. MAXIMIANUS. 286-310 AD. iE Follis (9.26 gm). Heraclea. 305-306 AD. Laureate bust right, wearing imperial mantle, holding olive-branch and mappa / Providentia and Quies standing facing each other, S F/ΗΤΔ. RIC VI 28b. Choice EF, traces of silvering. ($250)

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1146. GALERIUS. 305-311 AD. JE Follis (10.77 gm). Aquüeia. 306-307 AD. Helmeted bust left, spear aver far shoulder/ Fides standing with standaids; AQP. RIC VI 77b. Choice EF. ($250)

1147. DIVO GALERIUS. 311 AD. JE Follis (5.86 gm). Siscia. Strack under Licinius. Veiled head right / Fortuna left with rudder and comucopiae; B/SIS. RIC VI 221. Good VF. Scarce. ($150)

1143. MAXIMIANUS. 286-310 AD. iEFollis (10.18 gm). Trier. 305-307 AD. Laureate cuirassed bust / Genius standing left, holding patera and comucopiae; S F/PTR. RIC VI 652b. Near EF, green patina. ($75)

1144. CONSTANTIUS I, as Caesar. 293-305 AD. AR Argenteus (2.58 gm). Alexandria (?). Laureate head right / The four tetrarchs sacrificing over a tripod before archway in turreted enclosure; Δ/ALE. RIC VI -. VF, light scratches and poros ity. Rare. ($300)

1148. GALERIA VALERIA, Wife of Galcrius. 308-310 AD. JE Follis (6.71 gm). Alexandria. Diademed draped bust right / Venus standing left, holding apple; Κ Γ/Ρ/ALE. RIC VI 110. EF. ($350)

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1149. GALERIA VALERIA. 308-310 AD. JE Follis (6.38 gm). Cyzicus. Diademed bust / Venus standing left, holding apple; Δ */MKV. RIC VI58. Near VF, dark green patina, some smoothing. ($100)

1145. GALERIUS, Caesar. 303-305 AD. iE Follis (10.06 gm). Trier. Laureate cuirassed bust /Nude Genius standing left, holding patera and comuccpiae; S F/PTR RIC VI 594b. Near EF, brown patina. ($100) 1150. GALERIA VALERIA. 308-310 AD. iE Follis (7.00 gm). Thessalonica. Laureate bust / Venus standing left, holding apple; * B/‫־‬SM‫־‬TS·. RIC VI33. Near VF, dark green patina, some smoothing. ($100) Our

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1151. MAXIMINUS II. 309-313 AD. iE Follis (4.55 gm). London. 310-312 AD. Laureate cuirassed bust / Genius standing left, holding patera and comucopiae; */PLN. RIC VI 209b. EF, brown patina. ($75) 1 04


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1152. MAXENTIUS. 306-312 AD. AV Aureus (5.32 gm). Rome. 307 AD. MAXENITVS PF AVG, laureate bust right / HERCVLICOMITIAVGN, nude Hercules standing facing right, holding club, bow and lion skin; Ρ R. RIC VI 181 ($8000) (Rarity 4). Good VF/EF. Extremely Rare.

1153. MAXENTIUS. 306-312 AD. ^Follis (7.12 gm). Ostia. 309 AD. Laureate head / Dioscuri with wolf and twins; MOSTT. RIC VI16. EF. ($200)

1158. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. AV Solidus (4.42 gm). 335 AD. Siscia. CONSTANTINVS MAX AVG, diademed (with rosettes), draped and cuirassed bustright/ VICTORIAE CONSTANTINI AVG, Victory sealedrightholding shield inscribed VOT XXX; SIS. RIC VU 242. Choice EF, light marks reverse field. (See enlargement on back cover). ($3000)

1159. CONSTANTINE L 307-337 AD. AV Solidus (4.31 gm). Nicomedia. 335 AD. Anepigraphic diademed head right, looking upwards / Victory seated right on cuirass, inscribing VOT XXX on a shield supported by Genius; SMNC. RIC VII ($1500) pg.631,175. VF, scratches on obverse and lightly pdished. Rare. 1160. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. JE Follis (7.23 gm). Trier. 307-308 AD. Laureate cuirassed bust / Genius standing left, holding patera and comucopiae; S A/FIR. RIC VI770. EF, partial silvering. ($75)

1154. LICINIUS 1.308-324 AD. JE Follis (2.82 gm). Heraclea. 314-315 AD. Laureate head / Jupiter holding Victory and sceptre, eagle at feet; Γ/SMHT. RIC Vn 6. Choice EF, full silvering. ($100) 1155. LICINIUS 1.308-324 AD. JE Follis (3.54 gm). Heraclea. 315-316 AD. Laureate head / Jupiter holding Victory and sceptre, eagle at feet; ΗΤΓ. RIC VE 12. EF, full silvering. ($75)

1161. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. JE Follis (3.39 gm). 309-312 AD. London. Helmeted and cuirassed bust left, spear over far shoulder / Constantine left on horseback, captive below; */PLN. RIC VI 139. VF, nice green patina. ($100) 1162. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. JE Follis (3.98 gm). 309-312 AD. London. Helmeted and cuirassed bust left, spear over far shoulder / Sol standing left with globe and whip; */PLN. RIC VI177. VF/F. ($75)

1156. LICINIUS 1.308-324 AD. JE Follis (3.62 gm). Alexandria. 315-316 AD. Laureate bust right / Jupiter holding Victory on globe, eagle at feet; Κ wreath/A/X/ALE. RIC VII14 (Rarity 2). EF. ($ 100) 1163. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. JE Quarter Follis (1.12 gm). 313 AD. Rome. Bare head right / Owl on altar with spear, shield and helmet; RS. RIC VII 16. VF. Rare. ($125)

Very Rare Aureus of Constantine the Great

1157. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. AV Aureus (5.26 gm). 311-313 AD. Thessalonica. CONSTANTINVS AVGVSTVS, laureate head right /IOVI CONSERVATORIAVGG, Jupiter standing left with thundeibolt, eagle at feet; Z/‫׳‬SM«TS·. RIC VI 44c. EF. Very Rare. (See enlargement on back cover). ($5500)

1164. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. JE Follis (2.68 gm). 318-319 AD. Heinum. Laureate helmeted bust / Two Victories holding shield above altar omamented with a cross; PT. RIC VB 86 (Rarity 3). EF. ($150)

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1165. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. JE Follis (4.64 gm). 323-324 AD. Trier. Laureate head / SARMATIA DEVICTA, Victory advancing right, captive at her feet; PTRu. RIC VII435 (Rarity 5). Choice EF. ($125)

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1172. CONSTANTIUS Π, Caesar. 324-325 AD. JE Follis (2.80 gm). London. Laureate bust left / Campgate; PLÖN. RIC VH 298. VF. Very Rare. ($250) One ofthe last issues ofthe London mint. Constantius closed the mint in 326 AD.

1166. CONSTANTINE 1.307-337 AD. JE Follis (1.93 gm). 324-325 AD. Anepigraphic, laureate head right / CONSTAN TINVS AVG in three lines, wreath above; SMANTT. RIC VH 57; LRBC 1321. EF, minor porosity. ($100) 1173. CONSTANTIUS Π. 37-361 AD. AV Sohdus (4.47 gm). Antioch. 338340 AD. Diademed bust / FELICITAS ROMANORVM VOTIS XV MVLTIS XX; SMANA. RIC Vm 31(R3). VF, rough surfaces. Rare. ($650)

1167. CONSTANTIN IAN COMMEMORATIVE. 337 AD. JE Follis (1.63 gm). Rome. VRBS ROMA BEATA, helmeted bust of Roma left / Wolf and twins; wreath/R leaf P. RIC VH 408 (Rarity 5). Good VF, small flan. Rare. ($ 125)

1174. CONSTANTIUS Π. 337-361 AD. AR Siliqua (2.98 gm). 347-350 AD. Pearl diademed head right / VOTIS XXV MVLTIS XXX in four lines in wreath; ANT. RSC 340d; RIC V m 106. Good VF, flan crack, light scratch in front of face. ($125) 1168. HELENA, Mother of Constantine I. JE Follis (3.25 gm). Alexandria. 325-326 AD. Draped bust right / Secuitas standing with olive branch; SMALA. RICVH38. EF. ($200)

1169. FAUSTA, Wife of Constantine I. JE Follis (3.49 gm). Cyzicus. 326-327 AD. Draped bust / Spes holding children; ·SMKA·. RIC VH 50 (Rarity 3). Superb EF. ($250)

1175. MAGNENTIUS. 350-353 AD. JE Double Centenionalis (5.18 gm). Amiens. Draped and cuirassed bust right / Large Chi-Rho; AMB. RIC VHI34; Bastien 135. VF. ($125)

1170. FAUSTA. JE Follis (3.06 gm). Rome. 326 AD. Draped bust / Spes holding children; R wreath P. RIC VÏÏ 292 (Rarity 4). EF. ($200)

1176. MAGNENTIUS. 350-353 AD. JE Centenionalis (4.36 gm). Lugdunum. Cuirassed bust right; A / Two Victories holding shield inscribed VOT V MVLTX; S V/RPLG. RIC VHI123; LRBC 219. Superb EF. ($200)

1171. DELMATTUS, Caesar. 335-337 AD. JE Follis (1.45 gm). 336-337 AD. Cyacus. Diademed and cuirassed bustright/Two soldiers and standard; SMK& RIC VH 132. VF. Scarce. ($100)

1177. JULIAN Π. 360-363 AD. AR Siliqua (1.85 gm). Lugdunum. Diademed bust/VOTIS VMVLTTSX in wreath; PLVG.RSC 163b; RIC Vm 227. Near EF, flan crack. ($125)

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1178. JULIAN Π. 360-363 AD. JE 28mm (8.25 gm). Antioch. Diademed bust right / Β11Π standing right, two stars above; \ANTB/. RIC Vm 216. EF/VF, red and green patina. ($300)

1184. MAGNUS MAXIMUS. 383-388 AD. yE 24mm (5.23 gm). Aries. Diademed bust right/Emperorholding Victory on globe and raising kneeling female; TCON. RIC Di 26a. Fine, nice green patina. $100)

1185. FLAVIUS VICTOR. 383-388 AD. JE 13mm (1.42 gm). Aquileia. Diademed bust right / Campgate; SMAQP. RIC IX 55b.2; LRBC 1004. Nice VF. Rare. ($150) 1179. JOVIAN. 363-364 AD. AR Siliqua (1.48 gm). Aries. Diademed bust right / VOT X MVLT XX within wreath; TCONST. RSC 38; RIC Vffl 330. VF. Scarce. ($150)

1180. JOVIAN. 363-364 AD. JE 20mm (2.53 gm). Siscia. Diademed bustright/ VOT V MVLT X in wreath; BSISC. RIC VIII426. VF, green patina. ($ 100)

1181. PROCOPIUS. 365-366 AD. JE 20mm (3.05 gm). Constantinople. Diademed bust left / Emperor standing with labarum and shield; CONS A RIC IX 17a.6; LRBC 2082. Good VF, green patina. Scarce. ($350)

1186. THEODOSIUS Π. 402-450 AD. AV Solidus (4.10 gm). Constantinople. 430-439 AD. Helmeted facing bust, holding spear and shield / VOT XXX MVLT XXXX, Constantinopolis enthroned left; * I/CONOB. DOCLR 385. VF, edge smoothed. ($200)

1187. THEODOSIUS Π. 402-450 AD. AV Solidus (4.47 gm). Constantinople. 443-445 AD. Helmeted facing bust, holding spear and shield / Constantinopolis enthroned left; * COMOB. DOCLR 414; Kent reverse 2; see J.P.C. Kent, "IMP ΧΧΧΧΠ COS XVH PF', in FlorilegumNumismaticum, pp. 189-1%. Good VF. ($350)

1188. ZENO. 474-491 AD. AV Solidus (4.41 gm). Constantinople. Helmeted facing bust, holding spear and shield / Victoiy holding long cross; * Γ/CONOR. DOCLR 631. Near VF. ($150)

1182. GRATIAN. 367-383 AD. AR Siliqua (1.81 gm). Trier. 378-383 AD. Diademed bust / Roma seated left; TRPS. RSC 56a; RIC IX 58a. Toned good VF. ($125)

1183. THEODOSIUS 1.379-395 AD. JE 23mm (5.95 gm). Rome. 379-383 AD. Diademed bust right/ Emperor holding Victoiy on globe and raising kneeling female; SMRE.RICK43d5.NearEF/VF. ($100)

1189. ZENO. 474-491 AD. AV Solidus (4.48 gm). Constantinople. Helmeted cuirassed bust, with spear and shield / Victory holding long voided cross; * Θ/CONOB. DOCLR 639. EF. ($400)

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1190. ZENO. 474-491 AD. AV Tremissis (1.49 gm). Constantinople. Diademed bust / Victory holding wreath and globus cruciger, */CONOB. DOCLR 646. Good VF, light scrapes. ($100)

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1191. SPAIN, Carthago Nova. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE Semis (5.02 gm). Quadriga right with charioteer, vexillum before / Tetrastyle temple inscribed AVGVSTO.RPC 176; Vives 131-15. VF, dark green patina with earthen highlights. Scarce. ($200)

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1195. MACEDON, Roman Province. Lucius Fulcinnius, Quaestor. 168-166 BC. M 22mm (11.60 gm). Helmeted head of Roma right / Three-line inscription within oak-wreath. MacKay, "Bronze Coinage In Macedonia, 168-166 BC,"ANSMN 14 (1968), pp.6-7, plin,7. VF, daik brown patina with green highlights. Rare. ($200)

1196. MACEDON,Thessalonica. Philip L 244-249 AD. j E 25mm (10.33 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bustright/ Tetrastyle temple viewed in perspective. Cf. BMC Macedon pg. 127,136; Gaebler 64 var. (obv. laureate). Near VF, dark green padna, some smoothing. ($ 100)

1197. MOESIA INFERIOR, Nikopolis ad Istrum. Septimius Severus. 193211 AD. JE 16mm (2.51 gm). Laureate head right / Star and crescent. BMC Thrace pg.43,17. EF, attractive emerald green patina. ($200) 1192. SPAIN, Colonia Romula. Divus Augustus and Livia. 14-37 AD. JE 33mm (22.18 gm). Strack under Tiberius. Radiate head of Augustusright,star above, thunderbolt before / Head of Livia left upon globe, crescent above. RPC 73. Good Fine, dark green patina. ($200)

1193. SPAIN, Colonia Romula. Germanicus. 14-37 AD. JE 22mm (6.31 gm). Bare head left of Germanicus / PERM AV[G COL ROM], round shield within wreath. RPC 75. Near VF, brown patina, light porosity. ($ 100)

1194. SPAIN, Segobriga. Caligula. 3741 AD. JE 29mm (10.57 gm). Laureate head left / SEGO BRIG A in two lines within oak-wreath. RPC 476. Near VF, dark green patina with earthen highlights. ($200)

1198. MOESIA INFERIOR, Nikopolis ad Istrum. Gordian ΙΠ. 238-244 AD. JE 29mm (14.11 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bustright/Hermes standing left, nude,rightfoot on rock, holding caduceus with right hand and a pouch with left, chlamys over left ami. Pick 2057 = SNG Munich 478. EF/VF, dark brown patina with touches of green. Scarce type. ($400)

1199. MOESIA SUPERIOR, Viminacium. Philip 1.244-249 AD. JE 29mm (20.49 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Moesia with bull and lion; ANVI in exergue. Pick 102; SNG Copenhagen 152. Good VF, attractive dark green patina. ($200)


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1204. PONTOS, Kings of. Polemo Π. Year 19 (56/57 AD). AR Drachm (3.26 gm). Diademed head of Polemo / Laureate head of Nero. RFC 3831 ; Waddington 35. Toned VF, some corrosion. ($ 150)

1200. THRACE, Byzantium. Caracalla. 198-217 AD. JE 38mm - Medallion (32.89 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Emperor on horseback right, holding couched spear, seated captive before. Cf. BMC Thrace pg. 101,74 variety (size and no captive). Near VF, thick dark green patina. Rare. ($300)

1201. THRACE, Byzantium and Nicaea. Macrianus. 260-261 AD. jE 25mm (7.74 gm). Radiate and draped bustright/ Two conical wicker basket-torches; between them from top, OM ON Ο Ι Α and flaming altar. Lindgren 776 (this coin); BMC Thrace pg. 109,5. F/VF, green patina with tan highlights. ($150)

1202. THRACE, Perinthos. CaracaUa. 198-217 AD. JE 34mm (24.02 gm). Radiate and laureate head of Caracalla right / Galley under sail right with rowers and pilot. BMC Thrace pg. 154,44; Mabbott 500 (this coin). Near VF, dark green patina, some light corrosion. Very Rare. ($600) Ex Mabbott Collection (Schulman, June 1969) lot 500.

1205. PONTOS, Amaseia. Septimius Severus. Year 209 (209/210 AD). JE 28mm (14.22 gm). Laureate draped and cuirassed bust / Caracalla and Geta clasping hands; ET C© and starinfield.Waddington 58 variety (with star). VF, brown patina with some encrustation. ($75)

1206. PONTOS, Neocaesareia. Geta. Year 146 (209/210 AD). JE 31mm (16.73 gm). Bare head right / Tetrastyle temple with altar in front, three busts in roundels between the pillars. Waddington -; SNG von Aulock 101. Near VF, brown patina. ($100)

1207. PONTOS, Neocaesareia. Gordian III. Year 178 (241/242 AD). JE 30mm (12.82 gm). AV Κ M ANT TOPAIANOC, laureate bust / KOIN ΠΟΝΤ MH NEOKAI , prize crown inscribed ΙΕΡΟΥ with palms; ET ΡΟΗ in exergue. Waddington-; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -. VF, brown patina. ($125)

Rare Britannicus Bronze From Aeolis

1203. THRACE, Philippopolis. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. JE 31mm (19.49 gm). Laureate head right /Tyche seated left, holding patera and comucopiae. BMC Thrace pg. 162,6 var. (sceptre). Good VF, lovely jade green patina. ($400)

1208. AEOLIS, Aegae. Britannicus. Died 55 AD. JE 17mm (3.57 gm). His bare head right / Zeus standing half-left, holding eagle. RFC 2431. Near VF, dark green patina. Rare. ($750)


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1209. IONIA, Ephesos. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE 20mm (6.22 gm). Conjoined heads of Augustus and Livia / Stag standing right quiver above; magisträte Apollonios. RPC 2611.3 (this coin). VF, gray-green patina, edge roughness. ($100) Ex Malloy XXVII, lot 37. 1214. LYDIA, Thyatira. Commodus. 180-192 AD. JE 32mm (23.13 gm). AV Κ M AV PH KOMOAOC, laureate bust / EPI MOCXIANOY ΘΥΑΤΕΙΡΗΝΩΝ, Asklepios standing facing left, holding serpent staff. Cf. Niggler 631, where a similiar type is noted as unpublished. VF, dark green patina with red and blue highlight•;, some breaks in patina. Rare. ($150)

1210. IONIA, Ephesos. Lot of Three Imperial Bronzes. Includes: Augustus. JE As (24mm). Head / Wreath. RIC 1486 // Caracalla. JE 18mm. Speared boar right BMC Ionia pg.87,280 // Gordian DL JE 30mm. Artemis holding bow and drawing arrow. BMC Ionia pg.97,331. All Fine to VF. 3 coins in lot ($ 150)

1211. IONIA, Smyrna. 68-69 AD. JE 18mm (3.16 gm). Nemesis standing right; magistrale TL Claudius Hieronymos / River-god reclining left; magistrate TL Claudius Sosandros. RPC 2490. Good VF, green patina, slight edge chips. ($65)

1215. LYDIA, Thyatira. Imperial Times. Circa 2nd Century AD. JE 16mm (2.20 gm). Laureate bust of Herakles right lion skin knotted at his throat / Eagle standing facing, head left, wings spread. McClean 8719. VF, dark green patina with earthen highights. ($100)

1216. LYDIA, Thyatira. Caracalla. 198-217 AD. ^ 2 0 η ™ (291 gm). Laureate bearded bust / Demeter standing left, holding grain ears, poppy and torch. BMC Lydia pg.311,107. VF, gray-green patina. ($ 100)

Issued by local magistrales in the confused periodafter the death ofNew, hence no imperial portrait.

1212. LYDIA, Nysa. Circa 1st Century AD. JE 17mm (2.95 gm). Bust of Men wearing Phrygian cap, on crescent / NY ΣΑΕ ΩΝ within wreath. Unpublished in the major references. EF, sea green patina. ($ 125)

1213. LYDIA, Saitta. Imperial Times. Circa 3rd century AD. A 23mm (6.65 gm). Bust of Mên Aziottenos / River-god Hyllos reclining left SNG Copenhagen 396. Good VF, dark green patina. ($75)

1217. CARIA, Aphrodisias. Gallienus. 253-268 AD. JE 27mm (11.08 gm). Radiate bust left / Tetrastyle temple of Aphrodite with statue within. MacDonald 224 (0267/R497). VF, tan patina. Rare. ($ 150) 1218. CARIA, Islands off. Rhodes. Circa 31 BC-60 AD. JE Drachm (30.48 gm). Wreathed head of Dionysos / Nike walking left with trophy; magistrate Antipatros. RPC 2753; SNG von Aulock 2848. VF, dark green patina, scratch reverse. ($125)

1219. PHRYGIA, Ankyra. Faustina Jr. JE 20mm (4.20 gm). Draped bust right / Cult statue of Diana of Ephesos. SNG Copenhagen 143. VF, black patina. ($65)


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S e p t e m b e r 29,1 993 1225. PAMPHYLIA, Attaleia. Trajan. 98-117 AD. JE 20mm (5.08 gm). Laureate bust / Helmeted bust of Athenaright.BMC Lycia etc. pg. 112,16. VF, black patina. ($75)

1220. PHRYGIA, Kibyra. Circa 2nd-3rd Century AD. JE 19mm (5.51 gm). Radiate bust of Helios / Woven basket. SNG Copenhagen 279. VF, black patina ($100)

1221. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia. Tiberius. 14-37 AD. /E20mm (5.29 gm). Bare head right / Zeus Laodikeos standing left; magistrate Pythes. SNG Copenhagen 550;RPC2901. VF, black patina. ($100)

1226. PAMPHYLIA, Perga. Gallienus. 253-268 AD. JE 31mm (15.73 gm). Laureate bust; I to right / Priest standing before a temple, holding patera over altar, beside him an attendantraisesa mallet, preparing to slaughter a sacrificial bull Obverse die ci SNG von Aulock 4718, butreverseis apparently unpublished. VF, dark green patina. Remarkable animated temple scene. ($100)

1227. PAMPHYLIA, Side. Cornelia Salonina. JE31mm (19.40 gm). Diademed draped bust; I toright/ Hexastyle temple with statue of Apollo, A in pediment. BMC Lycia etc. pg. 163,124. VF, heavy green patina. ($75)

1222. PHRYGIA, Laodikeia and Smyrna in Alliance. Marcus Aurelius. 161-180 AD. JE 40mm -Medallion (28.15 gm). Laureate head right/Zeus Laodikeos flanked by the two Nemeses. BMC Phrygia pg.326,275. Fine, green patina, old scratches reverse. ($150)

1223. PHRYGIA, Synnada. Circa lst-2nd Century AD. JE 23mm (6.66 gm). Head of Herakles-Thynnaros / Tyche holding rudder and comucopiae. SNG Copenhagen 719. Near EF, black patina with earthen highlights. ($85)

1224. LYCIA, Rhodiapolis. Gordian ΠΙ. 238-244 AD. A· 30mm (16.45 gm). Laureate bust (resembles Maximinus) / Artemis the huntressright.SNG Copenhagen ($100) 133. VF, dark green patina Rare.

1228. PISIDIA, Antioch. Septimius Severus. 193-211 AD. JE 22mm (6.47 gm). Laureate head / Female genius standing left, holding branch and comucopiae. Cf. BMC Lycia etc. pg. 180,27. VF, dark green patina. ($85)

1229. PISIDIA, Antioch. Julia Domna. 193-217 AD. JE 22mm (7.31 gm). Her draped bust right / The god Men standing right, rooster at his feet. SNG Copenhagen 39. EF, dark green patina with earthen highlights. Also included in lot: A· 22mm of Caracalla from Pisidian Antioch. Laureate head left / Tyche. BMC Lycia etc. pg.183,42. Good VF, dark green patina. Two (2) coins in loL ($125)

1230. PISIDIA, Cremna. Trajan Decius. 249-251 AD. JE 34mm (20.43 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right/Wolf and twins. Van Aulock, Pisidiens/I, 1461=Boston Museum of Fine Arts (same obverse die). Good VF, daik green parina. Extremely Rare. ($650)

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1231. PISIDIA, Etenna. Julia Domna. JE 24mm (7.55 gm). Draped bust /Hera standing left, h tiding sceptre. Von Aulock, Pisidiens II, 545. VF, gray-green patina. ($100)

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1237. CILICIA, Diocaesarea. Faustina Jr. 145-176 AD. JE 27mm (1207 gm). Her draped bust tight / Winged thunderbolt. BMC Cilicia pg.72,5. Near VF, green patina. ($100)

1238. CILICIA, Diocaesarea. Antonines. 2nd Century AD. JE 16mm (3.51 gm). Draped bust of Hermes, with caduceus over shoulder/ Grape vine SNG Levante 666. Good VF, black patina. ($75)

1232. LYKAONIA, Iconion. Gallienus. 253-268 AD. JE 22mm (6.12 gm). Radiate bust / Nude Perseus standing, holding head of Medusa and harpa. SNG Copenhagen 9. Good VF, green patina. Rare city. ($85)

1239. CILICIA, Diocaesarea. Sepümius Severus. 193-211 AD. JE 29mm ( 13.55 gm). Laureate bust / Hexastyle temple with thunderbolt within, trophy on platform. BMC Lycaonia etc. pg.72,6; Price and Trell 631. Near EF, black patina. ($125)

1233. LYKAONIA, Savatra. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. jE 27mm (11.39 gm). Laureate head / Uncertain (local?) god standing left, holding grain ears and leafy sceptre,fishand plant at feet. SNG von Aulock 5406. VF, dark green patina. Rare city. ($125)

1240. CILICIA, Eirenopolis-Neronias. Domitian. Year 42 (93/94 AD). JE 29mm (13.30 gm). Laureate head, aegis at neck; c/m: Hygieia with serpent / Tyche seated right, river-god at feet; star. SNG Levante 1601; c/m: Howgego 195. VF, dark green patina. ($100)

1234. CILICIA, Anazarbos. Germanicus. Year 67 (48/49 AD). JE 30mm (18.87 gm). Bare headright/ Head ci Zeus Olybris placed in front of the acropolis of Anazarbos. RPC 4060; SNG Levante 1366. Near VF, green patina. Rare. ($150)

1235. CILICIA, Anazarbos. Severus Alexander. Year 249 (230/231AD).^ 23mm (18.80 gm). Laureate head /Five grain stalks. SNG Levante 1464. Fine, green patina. ($65)

1236. CILICIA, Anemorion. Valerian L Year3 (255/256 AD). j E 29mm (11.18 gm). Radiate bust / Mummiform cult statue of Artemis. SNG Levante 519. VF, olive-green patina. ($65)

1241. CILICIA, Flaviupolis. Domitian. 81-96 AD. JE 29mm (14.69 gm). Year 17 (89/90 AD). Laureate head right; countermark of helmeted bust of Athena right within incuse rectangle / Laureate and draped busts of the Dioskuri vis à vis; star above each. SNG Levante 1529; SGI 861 ; Howgego 190 for countermark. Good VF, lovely dark green patina, chipped on Domitian's cheek and forehead. ($200)

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1242. CILICIA, Flaviupotis. Domitian. 81 -96 AD. JE 23mm (7.97 gm). Laureate head / Tyche seated right,river-godPyramos at feet. SNG Levante 1530. Good VF, heavy green patina. ($85) 1243. CILICIA, Fla vi upolis. Antoninus Pius. Year 83 (155/156 AD). JE 26mm (7.99 gm). Laureate and draped bust right/Laureate head of Zeusright.SNG Levante 1538. Good Fine, lovely emerald green patina. ($85)

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1249. CILICIA, Olba.M. Antonius PolemoΠ. Year 11 (28/29 AD). JE25mm (10.73 gm). MAPK ΑΝΤΩΝΙΟΥ ΠΟΛΕΜΩΝΟΣΛΡΧΙΕΡΗ2Σ, head of Polemo /ΔΥΝΑΣΤΟΥ ΟΛΒΕΏΝ ΤΗΣ ΙΕΡΑΣ KEN NAT ΛΑΛΑΣΣΕΩΝ EIA, winged thunderbolt. RPC 3739; SNG Levante 641. Near EF, choice olive-green patina. (‫׳‬$250)

1244. CILICIA, Hierapolis-Kastabala. Elagabalus. 218-222 AD. .Ε 28mm (13.46 gm). Laureate bust right / Prize crown flanked by torches. SNG Levante 1595 (same dies). Near VF, light green patina. ($75) 1250. CILICIA, Uncertain Mint. Augustus. Circa 31 BC. JE 23mm (11.26 gm). PRINCEPS FELIX, bare head right; c/m: trophy / VE TER COLONIAIVLIA Π VIR, Athena holding Nike. RPC 4082; c/m: Howgego-. Near VF, dark brown patina. Rare. ($100) Types and legends suggest this coin was struck shortly after the battle of Actium, but the mint has never been identified. 1245. CILICIA, Isaura. Caracalla. 198-217 AD. JE 25mm (7.25 gm). Youthful laureate cuirassed bust / Tetrastyle temple with spiral columns, cult statue within. SNG Levante 264/263 (same obverse die / slightly different temple). EF, brown patina. ($150)

1246. CILICIA, Karallia. Gordian III. 238-244 AD. JE 23mm (7.56 gm). Laureate bust / Lunar goddess standing left, crescent on forehead, holding torch. SNG Levante 366 (same dies). VF, green patina. ($ 100)

1251. GALATIA, Ankyra. Caracalla. 198-217 AD. JE 30mm (17.92 gm). ANTONINOC rilOC ΑΥΓ, laureate head / ACKAHITEIA ΧΩΤΗΡΕΙΑ M HT ANKYPAC, prize crown inscribed ICOITY©IA. Cf. SNG Copenhagen 114. Good VF, encrusted dark green patina. ($100)

1252. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea.Tiberius. 14-37 AD. AR Drachm (3.74 gm). Laureate head / ML Argaeus with radiatefigureholding globe and sceptre. Sydenham 42; RPC 3620. VF. ($150)

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1247. CILICIA, Kolybrassos. Gordian m . 238-244 AD. JE 22mm (6.36 gm). Laureate bust / Tyche standing left, holding rudder and comucopiae. SNG Levante Supplement 1,46. VF, gray-green patina, flan flaw reverse. ($75) 1253. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Tiberius and Drusus. 33/34 AD. AR Drachm (4.00 gm). Laureate head of Tiberius right / Bare head of Drusus left. ($150) Sydenham 45£f; RPC 3622. VF,reverseoff-center.

1248. CILICIA, Ninika-Claudiopolis. Maximinus. 235-238 AD. JE 28mm (10.% gm). Laureate bust; c/m: Nike (2), star, monogram / Priest plowing, standard behind; starinfield.Cf. SNG Levante 619; c/m: Howgego 262,451,669. VF, divegreen patina. ($75)

1254. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Nero. 54-68 AD. Lot of two AR Drachms (3.55,2.69 gm). Laureate head of Nero/Laureate head of Claudius. Sydenham 72; RPC 3648. Both near VF, the second porous. 2 pieces. ($ 150)

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1255. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Domitian. Year 13 (92/93 AD). AR Didrachm (6.51 gm). Laureate head /Minervaright,holding owl and spear. Sydenham 124. Near VF. ($125)

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1264. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Trajan. Cos. 6 (114-116 AD). AR Didiachm (6.86 gm). Laureate bust; APICTW in legend / Nude Apollo holding branch and bow and arrows. Sydenham 194. Toned VF. ($125) 1265. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. TVajan. Cos. 6 (114-116 AD). AR Drachm (3.37 gm). Laureate bust; APICTW in legend / Bust of Artemis left, holding sceptre and patera. Sydenham 200. VF, porosity. ($65)

1256. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Domitian. 93/94 AD. AR Didrachm (6.50 gm). Laureate head / Emperor in triumphal quadriga. Sydenham 121. Fine. ($125)

1257. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Nerva. Cos. 4 (98 AD). AR Didrachm (5.95 gm). Laureate head / Eleutheria (Libertas) holding pileus and sceptre. Sydenham 149. Fine. ($100)

1266. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Trajan. Cos. 6 (114-116 AD). AR Didrachm (6.85 gm). Laureate head, aegis at neck; APICTW in legend/Hands clasping standard on prow. Sydenham 222 variety (no drapeiy). Fine. ($75)

1267. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Hadrian. 117-138 AD. AR Didrachm (6.89 gm). Laureate head / Club flanked by star and crescent. Sydenham 282. Toned VF. ($125) 1268. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Hadrian. 117-138 AD. AR Drachm (2.89 gm). Laureate head / Tyche seated left, holding !udder and comucopiae. Sydenham 278a variety (ΠΑΤΡΙ). Near VF. ($65)

1258. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. TVajan. Cos. 2 (98/99 AD). AR Didiachm (7.16 gm). Laureate head / Bust of Hera (?) left with tall cap and sceptre. Sydenham 174. VF, porosity and scratches. ($100) 1259. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. ‫׳‬IVajan. Cos. 2 (98/99 AD). AR Didrachm (5.60 gm). Laureate head/Tyche with rudder and comucopiae. Sydenham 163.//Plus another Tyche, Cos. 6(112-114 AD). (6.46 gm). Sydenham 203 variety (drapery at shoulder). Both VF, one with scratches. 2 pieces. ($ 100)

1269. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. AR Didrachm (6.23 gm). Laureate head / Eusebeia (Pietas) standing over altar. Sydenham 292. Near VF, irregular flan. ($75) 1270. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Antoninus Pius. 138-161 AD. AR Didrachm (5.43 gm). Laureate head / Club. Sydenham 304. // Plus a Drachm (2.85 gm). Bare head /ML Aigaeus. Sydenham 299. Both near VF. 2 pieces. ($85)

1260. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. IVajan. Cos. 2 (98/99 AD). AR Drachm (2.99 gm). Laureate head / Eirene (Pax) seated left. Sydenham 170. Fine. ($65) 1261. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. TVajan. Cos. 6 (112-114 AD). Lot of two AR Didrachms. (6.38 gm). Laureate head; aegis at neck / Bust of Artemis left, holding scepte and patera. Sydenham 195b. // Another, with draped bust of Trajan. (6.52 gm). Sydenham 196. Both VF, light scratches. 2 pieces. ($ 100)

1262. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. TVajan. Cos. 6 (112-114 AD). Lot of two AR Didrachms. (6.63 gm). Laureate bust / Club. Sydenham 213. // Another, with laureate head, aegis at neck. (6.37 gm). Sydenham 213 variety. Both near VF. 2 pieces. ($100)

1263. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. TVajan. Cos. 6 (112-114 AD). Lotoftwo AR Drachms (3.42,3.24 gm). Laureate bust / Hands clasping standard on prow. Sydenham 223a (the first is the coin illustrated in the Malloy supplement). Both near VF, with porosity. 2 pieces. ($100)

1271. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Marcus Aurelius. 161-180 AD. AR Tridradim (13.48 gm). Cos 3 (161 AD). Laureate and cuirassed bust right /Three comears on a garlanded altar. Sydenham 334 var. (obverse legend). VF, mounted in a sterling silver fihgreed bezel (circa late 19th-ea11y 20th century). Coin cannot be removed from mounting without damage-SOLD AS IS. ($150)

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CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Marcus Aurelius. 1 6 1 - 1 8 0 AD. AR Didrachm (7.01 gm). Bare head / ML Argaeus withfigureon top. Sydenham 321. Near VF. ($85) 1272.

1273. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Septimius Severus. Year 19(211 AD). AR Drachm (3.46 gm). Laureate head / Nike walking right with wreath and palm. Sydenham 406a (this coin illustrated in the Malloy supplement). Toned VF. ($125) 1274. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Septimius Severus. Lot of three AR Drachms. Laureate head / ML Argaeus. Year 2 (194 AD). Sydenham 387. // Year 14 (206 AD). Sydenham 398 and 399a (2 coins). Average near VF. 3 pieces. ($125)

1275. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Julia Domna. Year 19 (211 AD). AR Drachm (2.51 gm). Draped bust / ML Argaeus. Sydenham 451 variety (the Θ in the date is clearly engraved over an H). // Plus another, the date unclear (ETOVC in exergue). Both near VF. 2 pieces. Veiy sharp overdate on thefirstpiece. ($ 125)

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1281. ASIA. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE 35mm (25.65 gm). Circa 25 BC. AVGVSTVS, bare head right / Large O A in dotted circle within wreath. RPC 2233. Fine, brown and green patina. ($85)

1282. ASIA. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE 28mm (12.96 gm). Circa 25 BC. AVGVSTVS, bare head right / Large C‫׳‬A in dotted circle within wreath of ship prows. RPC 2234. VF, brown and green patina. ($100)

1283. ASIA. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE 28mm (10.24 gm). Circa 25 BC. CAESAR, bare headright/ AVGVSTVS within wreath. RPC 2235. VF, green parina. ($100)

1276. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Caracalla. Year 14 (206 AD). AR Drachm (2.80 gm). Laureate head /ML Argaeus. Sydenham 473a. Toned Fine. ($65)

1277. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Gordian ΙΠ. Year4 (241/242 AD). AR Tridrachm (8.28 gm). Laureate bust / ML Argaeus with wreath; c/m: head of Tyche. Sydenham 603a; Howgego 849. VF, double struck. ($ 150)

1284. SYRIA, Uncertain Mint. Nero. 54-68 AD. AR Tetradrachm (14.93 gm). 63-68 AD. Laureate head of Nero /Laureate head of Claudius. RPC 4122; Sydenham 64 (but now not attributed to Caesarea). VF, small flan with part of legends lacking. Good portraits. Rare. ($250)

1278. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Gordian ΙΠ. Year 4 (241/242 AD). AR Drachm (2.83 gm). Laureate head /ML Argaeus; dot in leftfield.Sydenham 603. VF. ($75) & CNA XIV, lot434. 1279. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Lot of seven JE. Claudius /Tyche. Sydenham 58. // Trajan / Legend. Syd. 229. // Trajan / Caduceus. Syd. 230. // Hadrian / ML Argaeus. Syd. 284. //Marcus Aurelius /ML Argaeus. Syd.-.// Verus /ML Argaeus. Syd. 360. //Severus Alexander/Grain ears. Syd.-. Average Fine to VF. 7 pieces. ($200)

1280. ASIA. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. AR Cistaphoric Tetradrachm (11.38 gm). Circa 25-20 BC. Ephesos minL IMP.CAESAR, bare headright/ AVGV STVS, six tied grain ears, central doL RPC 2214. Toned VF, light scratches. ($350)

1285. SYRIA, Uncertain Mint Nero. 54-68 AD. AR Tetradrachm (13.27 gm). 63-68 AD. Laureatehead of Nero; star / Laureate head of Claudius. RPC 4123; Sydenham 65 (but now not attributed to Caesarea). Near VF, rough surfaces. Rare. ($175)

1286. SYRIA, Uncertain mint. TVajan. Cos. 3 (100 AD). AR Didrachm (7.06 gm). Laureate head / Eagle standing left, club in front Sydenham 181 (but now not attributed to Caesarea-see introduction to Malloy supplement). Toned near VF. ($125)

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1287. SYRIA, "Sistripia". Augustus? 27 BC-14 AD. M 20mm (9.02 gm). ΘΕΟΥ ΥΙΟΥ KAICAPOC, bare head right / CICTPÏ AEWN THCIEPAC, Nike right, holding wreath and palm. RPC 4087. VF, black patina. ($ 100) The city cfSistripia, if that is the name intended on this crudely engraved coin, has not been located, nor is it recorded in ancient sources.

1288. SYRIA, Commagene. Tiberius. 14-37 AD. Ά Dupondius (13.64 gm). Laureate head / Crossed comuacopiae and winged caduceus. RPC 3868; BMCRE 175 (legend begins ΠΟΝΤ). VF, dark brown patina. ($100)

1289. SYRIA, Cyrrhestica. Hieropolis. Caracalla. 198-217 AD. Ai 27mm (15.55 gm). Laureate, cuirassed bust left with aegis / Atergatis enthroned left, turreted, holding two 00m -ears and tympanum; to either side of throne, lion. BMC Galatia etc. pg.144,49. VF; mottled green, red and brown patina. ($150)

1290. SYRIA, Seleukis and Pieria. Antioch. Augustus. Year 26 (5/6 BC). AR Tetradrachm (14.25 gm). Laureate head / Tyche of Antioch with river-god Orontes; monograms. RPC 4151; Wrack 2. VF. ($250)

1293. SYRIA, Antioch. Gaius Caligula. Year 3 (38/39 AD). AR Tetradrachm (15.15 gm). Laureate head of Caligula / Draped bust of Agrippina; dot and date. RPC 4168; Wrack-. Near VF. Rare. ($500)

1294. SYRIA, Antioch. Otho. 69 AD. Μ 28mm (12.46 gm). Laureate bust right / ΕΓΠ MOYKLANOY ANTTOXEilN ET'ZIP in five lines within laurel wreath. RPC 4316. Fine, dark green patina, old scrape on cheek. ($125)

1295. SYRIA, Antioch. Vespasian. Year 2 (69/70 AD). AR Tetradrachm (13.78 gm). Laureate bust, aegis on shoulder / Eagle on thunderbolt; palm to right. Wruck 75a. Near VF. ($125)

1296. SYRIA, Antioch. Vespasian. Year 3 (70/71 AD). AR Tetradrachm (14.04 gm). Laureate head / Eagle on thunderbolt left; palm to left. Wrack 86. Near VF, obverse off-center. ($100)

1291. SYRIA, Antioch. Tiberius. 14-37 AD. R 23mm (7.98 gm). 31/32 AD. Laureate head / SC in wreath. RPC 4273; Wrack 15b. VF, dark green patina. ($75)

1292. SYRIA, Antioch. Gaius Caligula. Year 1 (37 AD). AR Tetradrachm (14.43 gm). Laureate head of Caligula / Draped bust of Agrippina; date. RPC 4164 variety (no dot reverse); Wrack-. Fine. Rare. ($350)

1297. SYRIA, Antioch. Domitian. Year 2 (81/82 AD). AR Tetradrachm (14.20 gm). Laureate bust, with aegis / Eagle on thunderbolt; palm to right. Wrack 106. Near VF, scarce. ($125)


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1298. SYRIA, Antioch. TVajan. 98-117 AD. R Timm (13.94 gm). Cos 2 (98/99 AD). Laureate headright/ Two-line inscription within wreath. SNG Copenhagen 185. VF, dark green patina with earthen highlights. ($100)

1299. SYRIA, Antioch. TVajan. 98-117 AD. AR Tetradrachm (14.45 gm). Cos 5 & 15th Year of Tribunician Power (110/111 AD). Laureate head right; club and eagle below / Laureate head of Herakles right, with aegis. Wrack 159; SNG ($700) Copenhagen 193. Choice EF and scarce as such.

1300. SYRIA, Antioch. Hadrian. 117-138AD. AR Tetradrachm (14.13 gm). Cos 2(118 AD). Laureate and cuirassed bust right, draped on left shoulder / Eagle standing facing, head left, on leg and thigh of animal. BMC Galatia etc. pg.187, 304; SGI 1237. Toned VF, light porosity. ($150)

1301. SYRIA, Antioch. Hadrian. 117-138 AD. AR Tetradrachm (13.91 gm). Cos 3(119 AD). Laureate and cuirassed bust right, draped on left shoulder /Eagle standing facing, head left, on leg and thigh erf animaL BMC Galatia etc. pg. 187,305 (pLXXUl, 1 ). Toned good VF, light porosity. ($200)

1302. SYRIA, Antioch. Otacilia Severa. 244-249 AD. R 29mm (16.63 gm). Her draped bustright,wearing Stephane, crescent behind shoulders / Veiled and turreted bust of Tyche right; above, ram running right; in fields, Δ-Ε and S-C. BMC Galatia etc. pg.217,544; SGI 4058. Nice VF, attractive green patina. ($100)

1303. SYRIA, Antioch. IVajan Decius. 249-251 AD. R 23mm (6.55 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right/ Tyche standing half-left, holding rudder and comucopiae. BMC Galatia etc. pg.223,603. EF, light porosity, obverse pit at 2 o'clock, dark green patina. ($100)

1304. SYRIA, Antioch. TVebonianus Gallus. 251-253 AD. R 30mm (16.78 gm). Laureate bust / Tyche of Antioch with river-god Orontes within shrine, ram above. BMC Galatia etc. pg.229,654. Near EF, olive green patina. // Plus a Roman sestertius of Antoninus Pius / Salus. RIC 636. VF, with porosity. 2 pieces in 10L ($100)

1305. SYRIA, Laodikeia ad Mare. TVajan. Year 162 (114/115 AD). R 27mm (9.41 gm). Laureate bust right, draped on left shoulder/Veiled and turreted bust of Tyche right; ΙΟΥ to right. BMC Galatia etc. pg.253,42-44. VF+, attractive green patina with touches of red on reverse. ($225)

1306. SYRIA, Laodikeia ad Mare. Antoninus Pius. Year 188 (140/141 AD). R 24mm ( 10.61 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Turreted and draped bust of Tyche left; HTTP toright.BMC Galatia etc. pg.255,63. VF, dark brown patina with earthen highlights. ($200)

1307. SYRIA, Laodikeia ad Mare. Septimius Severus. 193-211 AD. /Ε 28mm (11.78 gm). Laureate head right / Five line inscription within wreath. Cf. BMC Galatia etc. pg.258,85. Good VF, dark green patina with earthen highlights. ($200)

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1308. SYRIA, Laodikea ad Mare. Caracalla. 198-217 AD. AR Tetradrachm (13.85 gm). 213-217 AD. Laureate head right/Eagle standing facing, wings spread, head left, wreath in beak and star between legs. Bellinger 72. Superb EF, few spots of verdigris on reverse. ($250) 1313. SYRIA, HefiopoBs. Philip 1.244-249 AD. JE 29mm (18.41 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Propylaeum (entrance) of the temple of ZeusHeliopolites; a flight of steps with a pedestal at each end leads to a portico of twelve columns with a to wer at each end, pediment over arched entrance containing a cypress tree. BMC Galatia etc. pg.292,16 var. (rev. legend); Price & Trell, Fig.284, pg. 164. Near VF/VF; mottled green, red and brown patina. Rare. ($250)

1309. SYRIA, Coele-Syria. Damascus. Nero. Year377 (65/66 AD). JE 24mm (10.61 gm). Laureate head right, lituus before / Tyche seated left on rocks. RPC 4803; SGI 622. Fine, dark brown patina. ($100)

One of the most interesting architectural types showing the entrance to the sanctuary of Zeus at Baalbek.

1314. SYRIA, Leucas. Circa lst-2nd Century AD. Anonymous. JE 16mm (2.85 gm). Radiate, laureate and draped bust right (Claudius?) / Draped female bust right, crescent above (Agrippina Π?). RPC 4465 (Anonymous); BMC Galatia etc. pg.296, 1. Near VF, dark green patina. ($100)

1310. SYRIA, Damascus. Philip I, Philip Π & OtacUia Severa. 244-249 AD. JE 29mm (16.10 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Philip Iright;facing radiate, draped and cuirassed bust left of Philip Π / Draped bust right of Otacilia, wearing Stephane, crescent behind shoulders; below, ram running right. Rosenberger, Eastern Palestine, 47; SGI 3980. Fine; mottled green, red and brown patina. Rare. ($200)

1311. SYRIA, Heliopolis.Septimius Severus. 193-211 AD. JE 25mm (12.49 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Frontal view of the temple of ZeusHeliopolites with rays coming from the roof (which indicates the presence of the deity residing within). Price & Trell Fig. 280 = Paris. VF, green patina with tan highlights. Rare, much more so than the perspective views. ($200)

1312. SYRIA, Heliopolis. Julia Domna. 193-217 AD. JE 26mm (10.06 gm). Her draped bust right / Caracalla and Geta facing each other and clasping hands; CH L between. Lindgren-Kovacs 2089 (as Laodicea ad Mare but noted in description that it may be from Heliopolis). Fine, brown patina with touches of green and red. ($100)

The BMC catalogue lists this type as representing Claudius and Agrippina Junior but RPC states that il is a pseudo-autonomous type probably struck in the 2nd century AD. This type was misread as having the Leucas-era date '89', hence the attribution to Claudius.

1315. SYRIA, Leucas. Trajan. Year 55 (103/104 AD). JE 22mm (7.89 gm). Laureate head right; counterstamp: ΔΑΚ in incuse rectangle / Emperor in quadriga right; EN above. BMC Galatia etc. pg.296,3; Howgego 529 for counterstamp. Good VF, lovely green patina. ($250) Virtually every known specimen of this coin has this countermark, applied after Trajan received the epithet "Dacicus" in 102 AD.

1316. SYRIA, Leucas. Macrinus. Year 254 (217/218 AD). JE 29mm (21.41 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Emperor in facing quadriga; ANC (date) in exergue. Lindgren-Kovacs A2187A (this coin). Near VF, dark brown padna with green highlights. Scarce. ($200)

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1322. SYRIA, AnUochia ad Hippum. Lucius Verus. 161-169 AD. JE 17mm (3.16 gm). Laureatehead right/Horse's head right. Spijkerman 21. VF, heavy green patina with red highlights. ($125) 1317. SYRIA, Leucas. Macrinus. Year 254 (217/218 AD). JE 29mm (12.41 gm). Laureate head right; countermark, AAP inrectangularincuse / Emperor in galloping quadriga right; ANC (date) in exergue. Cf. SGI 2956 var. (bust treatment); Howgego 511 for counteimaik. Near VF, dark green to black patina with earthen highlights. Rare. ($250)

1323. SYRIA, Antiochia ad Hippum. Elagabalus. 218-222 AD. JE 25mm (11.74 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bustright/ Pegasos standing left, head reverted, wings open with wreath between (not visible on this specimen). Spijkerman 36 (same obverse die?). Near VF, green patina with tan highlights. ($125)

1318. SYRIA, Leucas. Elagabalus. Year 254 (217/218 AD). JE 24mm (11.13 gm). Laureate bust right / Emperor in facing quadriga; ANC (date) in exergue. Lindgren-Kovacs 2188. VF, dark brown patina with earthen highlights. Scarce. ($125) 1324. SYRIA, Canatha. Commodus. 177-192 AD. JE 19mm (3.15 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Helmeted and draped bust of Athena right. Spijkerman 8. VF, dark brown patina with earthen highlights. ($ 100)

1319. SYRIA, IVachonitis. Caesarea-Paneas. Marcus Aurelius. Year 172 (168/169 AD). JE 24mm (15.07 gm). Laureate and draped bustright/Zeus standing half-left, holding patera and sceptre. Rosenberger 10; BMC Galatia etc. pg.298,1 var. (position of date). VF, heavy green patina. ($150) 1325. SYRIA, Canatha. Commodus. 177-192 AD. JE 22mm (6.39 gm). Laureate head right / Helmeted and draped bust of Athena right. Spijkerman 9. VF, brown patina with green highlights. ($100)

1320. SYRIA, Caesarea-Paneas. Julia Domna. Year 202 (198/199 AD). JE 24mm (10.79 gm). Her draped bustright/ City-goddess standing facing, head right, holding rudder on globe and comucopiae. Rosenberger 22. Near VF, dark green to black patina. ($100)

1321. SYRIA, Decapolis. Abila. Marcus Aurelius. Year 226 (162/163 AD). JE 25mm (9.68 gm). AYTKAIC M AYPANT ΑΥΓ, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right; countermark of bearded bust (Herakles?) right / Nude Herakles seated left on rock. Spijkeiman 3; Howgego 16. VF, heavy green patina. Rare. ($150) Howgego notes that this "countermark does not appear on coins ofM. Aurelius or Faustina II and was therefore applied selectively." This coin would contradict Howgego's observation i f , indeed, it is the same countermark.

1326. SYRIA, Canatha. Commodus. 177-192 AD. JE 17mm (3.23 gm). Laureate head right / Bull standingright.Spijkerman 11. Nice VF, dark green patina with earthen highlights. ($ 100)

1327. SYRIA, Gadara. Marcus Aurelius. Year 224 (160/161 AD). JE 24mm (11.85 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Laureate bust of Herakles right, lion's skin tied at his throat. Spijkerman 38. Near VF, attractive dark green patina. ($150)

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1328. SYRIA, Pella. Commodus. Year 246 (183/184 AD). JE 23mm (12.47 gm). Laureate head right / Tyche seated right on rock; river-god swimming right ($300) below. Spijkerman 7. Near VF, attractive daik green patina. Rare.

1329. PHOENICIA, Arados. Marcus AureliusandLucius Verus. Year421 (162/163 AD). JE 23mm (11.38 gm). Confronted busts of Aurelius and Veras /Tyche sealed upon a rudder, date and Î&#x2022; infield.SNG Copenhagen 82. Good VF, brown parina. Very Rare. ($350)

1330. PHOENICIA, Bery tos. Elagabalus. 218-222 AD. JE 26mm (10.40 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Aeneas fleeing Troy with his family. BMC Phoenicia pg.84,213. VF, dark green patina, flan flaws. ($ 125)

1331. PHOENICIA, Ptolemais-Ake. Elagablaus. 218-222 AD. JE 21mm (6.11 gm). Laureate head right / COL PTOL, statue of Zeus-Heliopolites (Hadad) standing in small portable shrine; thundeibolt below. Cf. BMC Phoenicia pg. 135,41 var. (obv. bust treatment); see Meshorer, City Coins of Eretz-Israel etc., pp. 12-14 for a discussion of thisreversetype. VF, dark green patina wilh earthen highlights. Rare type. ($150)

1332. PHOENICIA, Sidon. Julia Maesa. Died c.235 AD. JE 24mm (9.50 gm). Her draped bustright/ Europa seated facing on bull runningright,she holds his hom with left hand and inflated veil with herright.BMC Phoenicia pg. 194,295. VF, daik green patina with tan highlights. Scarce. ($ 100)

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1333. PHOENICIA, Tyre. Caracalla. 198-217 AD. JE 26mm (13.57 gm). Laureate head right / Octastyle temple viewed in perspective; murex-shell between two palm-branches below. BMC Phoenicia pg.271,376. VF, daik green patina with earthen highlights. Scarce. ($200)

1334. PHOENICIA, Tyre. Elagabalus. 218-222 AD. JE 28mm (10.01 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Kadmos running right on prow, looking back; trophy and palm-tree behind, murex shell before. Cf. BMC Phoenicia pg.277, 411. Good Fine, heavy green-brown patina with touches of red. Scarce. ($ 100)

1335. GALILEE, Sepphorts. TVajan. 98-117 AD JE 22mm (8.24 gm). Laureate head / Palm tree. BMC Palestine pg. 1,5. Fine, brown patina. Rare city coin. ($125)

1336. GALILEE, Tiberias. TVajan. Year 81 (99/100 AD). JE 28mm (12.76 gm). Laureate bust right/Tyche standing half-left, holding rudder and comucopiae Rosenberger 5; BMC Palestine pg.5,4. Good Fine, dark green to black patina. Rare. ($150)

1337. GALILEE, Tiberias. Trajan. 98-117 AD. jE 26mm (6.44 gm). Uncertain year. Laureate head right / Hygieia seated right on rock, feeding seipent from patera. Cf. Rosenberger 6 (Year 81 ); BMC Palestine pg.6,10 (Year 81 ). Near VF; mottled green patina. Scarce. ($ 150)

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1338. GALILEETiberias. Hadrian. Year 101 (119/120 AD). JE 24mm (10.72 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Zeus seated left within tetrastyle temple; ETAP in exergue. Rosenberger 12; BMC Palestine pg.8,23. Good VF, dark green patina with touches of red. ($250) 1339. SAMARIA, Caesarea Maritima. Hadrian. 117-138 AD. JE 24mm (11.08 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bustright/ Draped bust of Sarapis right BMC Palestine pg. 19,58; Kadman 28. VF, heavy green patina. Scarce. ($125)

1344. JUDAEA, Aelia Capitolina (Jerusalem). Marcus Aurelius and Commodus. 177-180 AD. JE 25mm (11.30 gm). Confronted busts of Aurelius and Commodus / Bust of Serapis righL Meshorer 57; SNG ANS 607. Near VF, black patina with earthen highlights. Very Rare, as nice as the published specimens. ($450)

1345. JUDAEA, Gaza. Hadrian. Year 195 (134/135 AD). JE 16mm (3.63 gm). Laureate head / Herakles standing right BMC Palestine pg. 151,53; Rosenbeiger Π 56. Good VF, brown patina. Obverse off-center. ($100)

1340. SAMARIA, Caesarea Maritima. Marcus Aurelius. 161-180 ADA! 24mm (11.98 gm). Laureate bust / Bust of Serapis, kalathos on head. BMC Palestine pg. 23,84; Kadman 40. Near VF/ VF, dark green patina. ($125)

1346. JUDAEA, Gaza. Antoninus Pius. Year 215 (154/155 AD). JE 30mm (20.20 gm). Laureate bust / Veiled and turreted bust of Tyche. Rosenberger Π 75. Good VF, dark green patina. Laige denomination, rare in this condition. ($800) 1341. SAMARIA, Caesarea Maritima. Volusian. 251-253 AD. JE 24mm (12.92 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Nude Dionysos, holding thyrsos, reclining left on back of hon walking right BMC Palestine pg.41,217; Kadman 224. Near VF, dark green patina with touches of red. ($125)

1342. SAMARIA, Neapolis. Commodus. 177-192 AD. JE 15mm (206 gm). Laureate head right / ΦΑ ΝΕΑΟΠΟΑ...ΠΑΛ, eagle standing facing on a cippus, head right, wings spread. SNG ANS 985. VF, brassy (orichalcum?) in appearance, black encrustation in recesses. Rare. ($125)

1343. SAMARIA, Sebaste. Julia Maesa. 222-225 AD. JE 22mm (12.59 gm). Her draped bust right /"Rape of Persephone" - Hades in galloping quadrigaright,abducting Persephone. BMC Palestine pg.81,16; SGI 3257. VF/F, dark green patina with earthen highlights. ($ 100)

1347. ARABIA, Bostra. TVajan. Cos. 6(112-114 AD). AR Tridrachm (9.27 gm). Laureate draped bust / Aquüa and two standards.the lefttoppedwith a hand. SNG von Aulock 6398. VF. ($200) W. Metcalf rejects Caesarea in Cappadocia as the source of this type, based on hoard evidence. However, A. Kindlerdoes not accept it as an issue fromBostra.

1348. ARABIA, Bostra. Diva Faustina Sr. Died 141 AD. JE 18mm (3.95 gm). Veiled and draped bust right / City-goddess standing facing left, holding sceptre. Kindler9;Spikjerman 14. VF, dark brown patina. ($100)

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1349. ARABIA, Bostra. Marcus Aurelius, Caesar. 139-161 AD. JE 17mm (2.26 gm). Bare-headed and cuirassed bust right / Turreted bust of Tyche right. Kindler 12; Spijkeiman 20. Good VF, dark green-brown patina with earthen highlights. ($100)

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1355. ARABIA, Philadelphia. Commodus, as Caesar. 166-177 AD. JE 21mm (8.67 gm). Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right / Veiled and draped bust of Asteria right, star above head. Spijkerman 32; Rosenberger 35a. Near VF, dark green patina with tan and earthen highlights. ($150)

1350. ARABIA, Bostra. Commodus. 177-192 AD. JE 17mm (3.33 gm). Laureate head right / Camel walking right Kindler 21 (Semis); Spijkerman 31. VF, dark green patina. ($ 100) 1351. ARABIA, Bostra. Commodus. 177-192 AD. JE 12mm (0.97 gm). Laureate head right/Camel walkingright.Kindler 2 la (Half Quadrans); Spijkeiman 31. VF, green patina. ($75) 1356. ARABIA, Philippopolis. Philip 1.244-249 AD. JE 29mm (16.40 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Roma seated left, holding an eagle supporting two small figures with her right hand, resting left on spear, S-C to either side. BMC Arabia pg.42,4; Spijkerman 3. Near VF, green-brown patina. ($125)

1352. ARABIA, Bostra. Philip 1.244-249 AD. JE 29mm (18.93 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Bust of Sarapis-Zeus-Ammon right, diademed with ram's horn; wearing modius and cuirass with gotgoneion on chesL Kindler 44a; Spijkeiman 56. VF, dark green patina with lighter highlights, some scattered light porosity. ($200)

1353. ARABIA, Bostra. Philip 1.244-249 AD. JE 28mm (12.69 gm). Similiar type to above. Kindler 44; Spijkerman 56. Fine, dark green to black patina. ($150)

1354. ARABIA, Bostra. Philip Π, as Caesar. 244-247 AD. JE 29mm (17.70 gm). Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust right / Agonistic wreath tied below; AKTIAOVC APIA within wreath in three lines. Kindler 46; Spijkeiman 59 variety. VF, heavy daik green patina. ($ 150)

1357. ARABIA, Philippopolis. Otacilia Severa. 244-249 AD. JE 29mm (17.98 gm). Her draped bust right, wearing Stephane, crescent behind shoulders / Roma seated left, holding an eagle supporting two small figures with herrighthand, resting left on spear, S-C to either side. BMC Arabia pg.43,9; Spijkerman 5. VF, greenbrown patina with touches of red. ($125)

1358. MESOPOTAMIA, Edessa. Elagabalus. 218-222 AD. A:.2Smm (8.12 gm). Radiate head right /Tyche seated left onrock,holding branch with right hand over flaming altar. BMC Mesopotamia pg.101,67 var. (obv. bust treatment). VF, daik green patina with earthen highlights, light porosity. ($100)

1359. MESOPOTAMIA, Edessa. Gordian ΠΙ and Abgar X. 242-244 AD. JE 23mm (10.63 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bustrightof Gordian; star before / Draped !*1st of Abgarright,bearded, wearing tiara; star behind. BMC Mesopotamia pg.l 15,150; SGI 5746. Good VF, dark brown patina. ($100)

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1360. MESOPOTAMIA, Singara. Tranquillina. JE 25mm (12.09 gm). Draped bustright,wearing Stephane / Veiled bust of Tycheright;above, Sagittarius shooting bow. BMC Mesopotamia pg. 136,14. VF, dark green patina with earthen highlights, light porosity. ($100) 1365. EGYPT, Alexandria. Antoninus Pius. Year 11 (147/148 AD). JE Drachm (22.27 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / Milesian Apollo standing facing, holding stag and unstrung bow; to either side, a Nemesis, gazing at Apollo and raising Chiton at throat, one at hisrightholds a cubit-rule. Dattari 2453; BMC 1030. Good VF, dark brown patina with touches of green. Extremely Rare type. ($850) Only the second example handled by this cataloguer, the first was in part I of the Wetterstrom collection (CNA XII, lot 193) and graded only Very Good. The exact 1361. EGYPT, Alexandria. Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. JE 80 Drachmai (17.63 meaning ofthis reverse type is vague as it appears to combine the Milesian Apollo (or gm). His bare headright/ Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, comucopiae before. Köln Apollo Didymaios) and the Nemeses of Smyrna. Perhaps an Alexandrian official 1 ; Dattari 2; BMC 112. Good Fine, dark brown patina with touches of green and red, from Ionia commemorating his homeland or a possible alliance. some light pitting but far better than the average specimen. Rare. ($400) This is the first coin type struck in Egypt under Augustus and it imitates the type and denomination issued by Cleopatra VII. 1362. EGYPT, Alexandria. Vitellius. Year 1 (69 AD). Billon Tetradrachm (12.74 gm). Laureate head right /Nike standing half-left, holding wreath and palmbranch. Köln 262. Near VF, corrosion. Also included in lot: Maximinus I. Year 2 (235/236 AD). Potin Tetradrachm. Homonoia seated left. Köln 2556. VF, light corrosion. Two (2) coins in lot. ($100)

1366. EGYPT, Alexandria. Marcus AureBus. Year 8 (167/168 AD). JE Drachm (27.08 gm). Laureate head right / Nilus reclining left, holding comucopiae with emerging Genius; crocodile below. Dattari 3498. Near VF, attractive green-brown padna. ($150)

1363. EGYPT, Alexandria. Antoninus Pius. Year 8 (144/145 AD). JE Drachm (26.81 gm). Laureate head right/"Sun in Leo", draped andradiatebust of Helios right; before, star, beneath, hon running right. Köln 1495/96; Milne 1813/14. Near VF, reddish-brown patina. ($250)

1367. EGYPT, Alexandria. Gallienus. Year 14 (266/267 AD). Potin Tetradrachm (10.92 gm). Laureate and cuirassed bust right /Nike advancing right, holding wreath with both hands, palm behind. Köln 2938/39; Milne 4137/38; Curtis 1608. EF, brown patina. ($100)

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1364. EGYPT, Alexandria. Antoninus Pius. Year 8 (144/145 AD). JE Drachm (22.47 gm). Laureate head right / "Jupiter in Sagittarius" - Laureate bust of Zeus right; before, star, below, Centaur gallopingright,drawing arrow through bow. Köln 1502; Dattari 2974; BMC 1087. Good Fine, dark brown patina with touches of green andred.Rare Zodiac type. ($250) 123

AV 1368. ANASTASIUS. 491-518 AD. AV Solidus (4.45 gm). Constantinople. Helmeted cuirassed bust, with spear and shield / Victory holding long voided cross; * I/CONOB. SB 3; DOC 13i.2. VF, slight graffiti reverse. ($250)


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SALE XXVII 1369. JUSTIN I. Indictional Year 4 (525/526 AD). JE Follis (1620 gm). Cyzicus. Diademed bust / Urge M flanked by Κ Y; B/INSA SB 96; DOC 140. Fine, brown patina. Rare. ($65)

1376. JUSTIN II. 565-578 AD. AV Tremissis (1.51 gm). Constantinople. Diademed bust / Victory holding wreath and globus cruciger. * /CONOB. SB 353; DOC 113. EF, edge of flan folded during striking. ($150) 1377. JUSTIN II. 565-578 A D . J E Follis (10.48 gm). "Military Mint". Justin and Sophia enthroned / Large M; year 10, A/KYZ. SB pg.103; MIB Π 90. VF, smooth green patina. ($65)

1370. JUSTINIAN I. Year 13 (539/540 AD). JE Follis (23.09 gm). Constantinople. Helmeted cuirassed bust, holding globus cruciger/ Large M; Δ/CON. SB 163; DOC 138d. Good VF, brown and green patina. ($150) 1378. TIBERIUS Π. Year 5 (579 AD). JE Half Follis (6.24 gm). Thessalonica. Tiberius and Anastasia enthroned / Laige K; TES. SB 439; DOC 123. EF, glossy green patina. Very unusual to find full faces on this issue. ($100)

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1371. JUSTINIAN I. Year 15 (541/542 AD). JE Follis (22.04 gm). Constantinople. Helmeted cuirassed bust, holding globus cmciger / Laige M; B/CON. SB 163 ; DOC 140b. Near EF, brown patina. ($150)

1372. JUSTINIAN I. Year 20 (546/547 AD). JE Follis (18.75 gm). Constantinople. Helmeted cuirassed bust, holding globus cmciger / Laige M; date spaced with three dots, A/CON. SB 163 variety; cf. DOC 145f; MIB 195c. Near VF, encrusted green patina. One year type, unlisted officina. ($ 100)

1373. JUSTINIAN I. Year 12 (538/539 AD). JE Follis (2283 gm). Nicomedia. Helmeted cuirassed bust, holding globus cmciger / Laige M; B/NIKO. SB 201 ; DOC 1115b. Good VF, brown and green patina. ($100)

1374. JUSTINIAN I. Year 31 (557/558 AD). JE Follis (18.71 gm). Antioch. Helmeted cuirassed bust, holding globus craciger / Laige M; Γ/THUP. SB 222; DOC 1227b. Good VF, brown and green patina. ($85)

1375. JUSTIN Π. 565-578 AD. AV Solidus (4.45 gm). Constantinople. Crowned cuirassed bust, holding Victory on globus / Constantinopolis seated facing right; A/CONOB. SB 345; DOC 14a. EF, graffiti reverse. ($225)

1379. MAURICE TIBERIUS. Indictional Year 3 (599/600 AD). AV Solidus (4.44 gm). Carthage. DN MAVRIC Tb PP AN Γ, helmeted cuirassed bust / Victory holding long P-headed cross; Γ/CONOB. SB 549; DOC 1231. EF, flan flaw on head. ($750)

1380. MAURICE TIBERIUS. Year 12 (593/594 AD). JE Follis (12.25 gm). Antioch. Crowned facing bust / Laige M; Γ/THEUPS. SB 533; DOC 1164c. Good VF, dark green patina. ($65)

1381. MAURICE TIBERIUS. 582-603 AD. Ai cut Decanummium (4.01 gm). Helmeted cuirassed bust / Large I between stars. Cf. SB 498A. VF, green patina. ($125) This piece was very carefully cut down in antiquity into an octagonal shape. Was it intended simply as a gaming piece, or was it meant to be used as a 22 siliqua weight? Interesting.

1382. MAURICE TIBERIUS? 582-602 AD. Lead 2 Nummi (2.37 gm). Carthage. Crowned facing bust / Large B. SB-. Good VF, white patina. ($125) Lead coins or tesserae were issued by several mints in Italy and North Africa in the late 6th century.

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1383. HERACLIUS. 610-641 AD. AV Solidus (4.37 gm). Alexandria? 612617 AD. Crowned busts of Heraclius and son, on exergual line / Cross potent on steps; E/CONOB. Cf. SB 851; BN Alexandria AV/04 (same obverse die). EF, weak edge. ($500)

1388. HERACLIUS. Year7 (616/617 AD). JE Half Follis (5.01 gm). Seleucia. Crowned busts erf Heraclius and son / Large K; A/SEL SB 847; DOC Π182a. Good VF, mintmaik weak, daik green patina. ($100)

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1384. HERACLIUS. 610-641 AD. AV Tremissis (1.48 gm). Constantinople. Diademed bust / Cross potent; CONOB. SB 787; DOC Π 54. EF, edge flat. ($125)

1385. HERACLIUS. 610-641 AD. AV Tremissis (1.42 gm). Constantinople. Diademed bust / Cross potent; CONOB. SB 787; DOC Π 54. Good VF. ($100)

1386. HERACLIUS. 641-668 AD. AR Hexagram (6.59 gm). Constantinople. 615-638 AD. Heraclius and son enthroned / Cross on globe on steps; Κ to right. SB 798; DOC Π 64. Toned VF, some encrustation, legends on both sides garbled. ($125)

1389. HERACLIUS. Year 7 (616/617 AD). JE Follis (12.46 gm). Isaura. Crowned busts of Heraclius and son / Laige M; A/(ISAVR). SB 848; DOC Π-. Good VF, brown patina. Overstruck on a follis of Maurice, Constantinople, year 13. ($100)

1390. CONSTTANS Π. 641-668 AD. AR Hexagram (6.79 gm). Constantinople. 647-651 AD. Crowned facing bust, short beard/Cross on globe on steps. SB 991; DOC Π 50. Good VF, strongly clashed dies. ($150)

1391. LEONTIUS. 695-698 AD. AV Tremissis (1.33 gm). Constantinople. Crowned bust, wearing loros and holding globus cruciger/Cross potent; CONOB. SB 1333; Boutin 479 (this coin). VF, edges weak. Very rare denomination for Leontius. ($500) Ex Kapamadji collection.

1387. HERACLIUS. Year7 (616/617 AD). JE Follis (11.51 gm). Seleucia. Heraclius and son standing facing / Large M E/SELISU. SB 845; ΜΠ3 Π193. Good VF, black patina. Overstruck on follis of Phocas. Scarcer officina from this mint. ($150)

1392. CONSTANTINE V and LEO IV. 751-775 AD. AV Solidus (3.90 gm). Constantinople. 757-775 AD. Facing busts of Leo and older Constantine / facing bust of Leo ΠΙ; legend ends Θ. SB 1551 ; DOC ΠΙ 2e. VF, graffiti, edge clipped. Rare. ($200)

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1398. CONSTANTINE X. 1059-1067 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma (4.23 gm). Constantinople. Christ enthroned on straight-backed throne / Constantine standing, holding labaram (with pellet) and globus cmciger. SB 1847; DOC ΠΙ lb. VF. 1393. BASIL I and CONSTANTINE. 868-879 AD. AR Miliaresion (3.08 gm). Constantinople. Cross potent on steps / +bASI LIOS CE CONSTAN ΉΝ' PISTV bASniS ROMEO. SB 1708; DOC ΙΠ7.ΙΙ (nopellets on border). Good VF, original earthen find patina. ($ 150)

1394. CONSTANTINE VII and ROMANUS Π. 945-959 AD. AV Solidu! (4.38 gm). Constantinople. Facing bust of Christ / Constantine and Romanus, hold· ing patriarchal cross between them. SB 1751; DOC ΠΙ 15. Near HF, tiny scrapcs. ($350)

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1399. MICHAEL VII. 1071-1078 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma (4.43 gm). Constantinople. Facing bust of Christ / Facing bust of Michael, holding labarum and globus cruciger. SB 1868; DOC m 2a. VF. ($200)

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1395. CONSTANTINE EX. 1042-1055 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma (4.38 gm). Constantinople. Christ enthroned /Facing bust, holding labarum and globus cmciger. SB 1829; DOC ΠΙ 2a. Choice EF. ($300)

1396. CONSTANTINE IX. 1042-1055 AD. AV Tetarteron Nomisma (3.99 gm). Constantinople. Facing bust of Quist / Facing bust, holding labarum and globus cmciger. SB 1833; DOC ΠΙ 6.5. Good VF, minor edge scrapes. ($350)

1397. CONSTANTINE X. 1059-1067 AD. AV Histamenon Nomisma (4.41 gm). Constantinople. Christ enthroned on straight-backed throne / Constantine standing, holding labarum (no pellet) and globus cruciger. SB 1847; DOC ΙΠ la. Choice EF. ($300)

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1400. NICEPHORUS ΠΙ. 1078-1081 AD. EL Histamenon Nomisma (4.04 gm). Constantinople. Christ enthroned /Nicephoras standing, holding labarum (with X) and globus cmciger. SB 1881 ; DOC ΠΙ 3a. Near VF. ($200)

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1401. ALEXIUS I. 1081-1118 AD. EL Aspron Trachy (4.31 gm). Constantinople. Post-Reform, 1092-1118 AD. Mary enthroned, holding medallion of Christ/Alexius standing, holding sceptre and globus cruciger. SB 1915; Hendy pl.6, 2-5. Toned VF, flan cracks. ($500)

1402. ISAAC COMNENUS. Usurper in Cyprus. 1184-1191 AD. JE Tetarteron (2.81 gm). Christ enthroned, hand raised in benediction / Isaac being crowned by Mary. SB 1998;Hendypl.21,13. VF, brown patina. Extremely Rare. ($600)

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by IΒ (Indictional year 2- 778/779 AD), TWN ΒΑ' KOM ( M E P K 0 ‫ ־‬E C ΑΛΟΝΚ Isaac Comnenus, grandnephew ofManuel I, was originally appointed governor of HC) (from the Imperial Warehouse at Thessalonica). Zacos and Veglery 1,271. VF, Cilicia, where he was captured by the Armenians and heldfor ransom. Released in heavy brown patina, reverse obscured by hole for cord. Rare imperial seal. 1184, he obtainedforged documents naming him governor ofCyprus, which he soon ($250) proclaimed his own kingdom. Ruling with great cruelty, he could not be dislodged until Richard the Lionheart directed his Crusaders against the island. Isaac died three years later, still scheming to reclaim Cyprus, which was never again in Byzantine hands.

1403. ISAACIL 1185-1195 AD. EL Aspron Trachy (3.26 gm). Constantinople. Mary enthroned / Isaac (six pellets in collar) being crowned by Archangel MichaeL SB 2002; Hendy pL20,7-8. Choice EF. Rare this nice. ($350)

1404. NICAEA. THEODORE 1.1208-1220 AD. Billon Trachy (3.30 gm). Maty enthroned / Theodore and St.Theodore holding patriarchal cross between them. SB 2061; Hendy pL30,7-10. EF for type, sharp strike, green patina. ($75)

1408. MEDALLION. Circa 10th-12th Century AD. JE 39mm (7.28 gm). Uniface repousse (hammered relief) portrait of a saint, hand raised in benediction, and holding Gospel book. Engraved details, including the name of the saint, which is obscured under heavy patina. Five pierced holes around edge for attachment VF, heavy brown and green patina, with verdigris. Rare and interesting. ($200)

1409. OSTROGOTHS? Circa 526-534 AD. £ 42 Nummi (19.46 gm). ΧΧΧΠ (sic) cut into the obverse of a sestertius of Maximinus I / Fides (RIC 78). Cf. MEC 66ff; see C. Morrison, "The re-use of Obsolete Coins" in Studies in Numismatic Method, pp.95-111,21 for a similiar error in countermarking this series. Coin Fine, black patina. Rare and unusual. ($300) Although this piece was reportedly found in North Africa, the majority of these cut pieces are found in Italy, where they circulated as the equivalent of 113 (83 nummi) and 1/6 (42 nummi) siliqua.

1405. NICAEA. JOHN HI. 1222-1254 AD. JE Tetarteron (2.74 gm). Facing bust of St. George/John standing, holding labarum and akakia. SB 2116; Hendy pL34,4-5. Good VF, brown patina. Nice for these. ($75)

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1406. JOHN V. 1341-1391 AD. AR 1/8 Stavraton (1.05 gm). Constantinople. Facing bust of Christ; stars / Facing bust of John; stars. SB 2512; Bendall 307.4. VF. Nice for these. ($300)

1407. LEO IV and CONSTANTINE VI. 776-780 AD. Lead seal (26.22 gm). Leo TV and Constantine VI enthroned / Busts of Leo ΠΙ and Constantine V flanked

1410. AUSTRIA. Matthias Π. 1613. AR Thaler (28.48 gm). Kremnitzin Hungary minL Crowned bust right/ Crowned arms. Davenport 3053; Huszâr 1107. EF. ($600)

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1416. CRUSADERS. Antioch. Roger. 1112-1119. iE Follis (4.06 gm). Facing bust of Christ / DNI SAL FT RO around cross. Metcalf 51 overstiuck on Tancred, Metcalf 48. VF, heavy daik green patina. ($50)

1411. AUSTRIA. Leopold the Hogmouth. 1661. AR 15 Kreuzer. Vienna mint, mintmaster Andrea Cetto. Laureate bust right / Crown overarms surmounted with two-headed eagle. CNA, V, page 12,11. EF. ($100)

1417. CRUSADERS. Antioch. Bohemund III. 1163-1201. AR Denier (0.81 gm). +BOAMVNDVS, helmeted head right / +ANTIOCHIA, cross and crescent. Metcalf253.Rne.Rare. ($125)

1418. CRUSADERS. Antioch. Raymond Rupin. 1216-1219. AR Denier(0.68 gm). Helmeted head left /Cross with crescent. Metcalf 329, class M. VF. Scarce. ($125)

1412. AUSTRIAN NETHERLANDS. Joseph H. 1782 AR Ducaton. Head right/Cross and crowns. KM 32. UNC. ($125)

1419. CRUSADERS. Jerusalem. Anonymous. Circa 1187. ARDenier(1.01 gm). Patriarchal cross on base between palms / +CRVCIS (retrograde), cross. Metcalf 124; SchlumbetgerXIX, 3. VF, weak strike. Very Rare. ($350)

1420. CRUSADERS. Counts of TVipoli. In the name of Bohemund. Circa 1251-1287. AV Bezant (3.58 gm). In the style of al-Mustansir with ·B· and ·T· + added. Metcalf 353. VF. Rare. ($450) 1413. BOLIVIA. Charles II. 1669. AR 8 Reales (25.85 gm). Potosi mint. Assaycr E. Date visible both sides. C&C 6831 ; Vincenti 502. Good VF for type. ($200)

1414. CRUSADERS. Antioch. Tkncred. 1104-1112. /E Follis (3.95 gm). Facing bust of St. Peter/ +KE BOIΘΗ TOAV AOC OV Τ ANKPL Metcalf 41. Near EF, green patina. Rare this nice. ($150)

1415. CRUSADERS. Antioch. Tancred. 1104-1112./E Follis (5.25 gm). Bust facing with sword / IC XC NI ΚΑ in angles of cross. Metcalf 44. VF, with a bcautiful green patina. Rare this nice. ($125)

1421. FRANCE, Carolingian. Odo. 887-898. AR Denier(1.73 gm). Limoges minL +ODO+ +GRATIA D-I RE /+LJMOVICAS C M S , cross. M&G 1332 Toned EF. ($150)

1422. FRANCE. Francis 1.1515-1547. AR Demi-Teston (4.75 gm). Paris mint Before 1540. Crowned bust (pellet uder 18th letter) / Crowned arms. Duplessy 795; Ciani 1133. Toned near VF. ($150)

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1428. GERMANY, Aachen. 1752. AR 8 Marek. Imperial eagle/Crown. KM 42; Craig 6. VF. Rare. ($ 100) 1423. FRANCE. Charles IX. 1564 M. AR Teston (8.91 gm). Toulouse mint. Laureate cuirassed bust left; M below / Crowned aims; R above. Duplessy 1063; Ciani 1356. fine. ($125)

1429. GERMANY, Breslau. Friderich. 1679. AR 15 Kreutzer (555 gm). Bust right / Arms. Sauima, Süisia pL 14,65. Good VF. ($75) 1424. FRANCE. Charles IX. 1564 H. AR Teston (9.51 gm). La Rochelle mint. Laureate cuirassed bust left/Crowned aims; H below. Duplessy 1063; Ciani 1356. Toned Fine, scratch reverse. ($100)

1425. FRANCE. Charles IX. Struck by Henry ΙΠ. 1575 M. AR Teston (9.38 gm). Toulouse mint. Laureate cuirassed bust left; M and flower below / Crowned aims. Duplessy 1104; Ciani 1404. Fine, scarce. ($200)

1430. GERMANY, Brunswick-Luneberg. Friderich von Celle. 1639. AR Thaler (28.71 gm). Ornate bust / Arms with five helmets; mintmaster HxS. Welter 1414; Davenport 6494. Good VF. ($150)

1431. GERMANY. Magdeburg. Circa 14th-15th Century. AR Denar (0.74 gm). Bust of Bishop facing / City towers. Dannenbeig 653. Toned EF. ($200) 1426. FRANCE. Brittany. Lot of (2) two. Jean V. 1399-1442. AR Blanc (2.99 gm). Vannes mint. Amis / Cross. De Mey 368. Good VF. This lot also includes: Francis Π. 1458-1488. AR Blanc (3.56 gm) Rennes mint Arms / Cross. Boudeau 136. Both VFora little better. ($150)

1427. FRANCE, Lorraine. Charles IV. 1625. AR Testone (8.82 gm). Nancy mint. Bust right / Crowned arms. De Saulcy pg.173. EF, small planchet flaw on reverse. ($300)

1432. GERMANY, Pfalz. Friderich Π von Simmern. 1567. AR Thaler (29.04 gm). Armored bust holding sword and orb / Aims. Davenport 9631. Good VF. Rare. ($650)

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1433. GERMANY, Remiremont Deitrich 1.978-1026. AR Denier (1.45 gm). +OTTO REX, cross with two pellets / +GRATTA D-DIX, Carolingian monogram. Cf. Dannenberg pl. LH, 1153. Toned good VF. Rare. ($400)

1438. INDIA, Guptas. Samudragupta. 335-380 AD. AV Stater (7.67 gm). King holding standard, Gamda bird on standard; king's name written out in full / The goddess Laksmi seated. BMC Guptas 14; MACW 4781. Good VF. ($350)

Apparently all known specimens of this coin come from a hoard discovered in the 1840's. Originally attributed to Metz under Otto 1 (936-973), parallels with similiar coinsfrom the Thionville hoard now place them at Remiremont in Lorraine, where Deitrich usurped the ecclesiastical minting rights of the local abbey. 1439. INDIA, Guptas. Samudragupta. 335-380 AD. AV Stater (7.77 gm). King holding bow, Garuda bird on standard / The goddess Laksmi seated. BMC Guptas 18ff; MACW 4784. VF, weak strike. ($250)

1434. HEPHTHALITES. Kabul Region. Circa 410-460 AD. JE Drachm (3.76 gm). Crowned bust of king; branch with fruit in front / Blank. Cf. MACW 1431. EF for type, brown patina. ($125)

1435. HUNGARY. Louis 1.1342-1382. AV Gulden (3.47 gm). Buda mint. Arms of Hungary and Anjou / St. Ladislaus; monogram. Pohl 4-7; Husz창r514. Choice VF. ($400)

1440. INDIA, Guptas. Samudragupta. 335-380 AD. AV Stater (7.24 gm). King holding bow, Garuda bird on standard; crescent above king / The goddess Laksmi seated, cf.BMC Guptas 18ff; MACW 4784. VF. ($300)

1441. INDIA, Guptas. Chandragupta II. 380-414 AD. AV Stater (7.82 gm). King holding bow, Garuda bird on standard / The goddess Laksmi seated. BMC Guptas 88; MACW 4798. VF. ($300)

1436. INDIA, Kushan Kings. Hu vishka. Circa 260-292 AD. AV Stater (7.90 gm). Bust of king left (in clouds?) / The goddess Ardoksho; tamgha. Gobi 154/2 (same reverse die); MACW-. Good VF. ($600) Mitchinerputs the reign ofHuvishka at circa 158-195 AD.

1442. INDU, Guptas. Chandragupta II. 380A14 AD. AV Stater (8.23 gm). King holding bow, Garuda bird on standard / The goddess Laksmi seated. BMC Guptas-; MACW 480Z VF. ($300)

1437. INDIA, Guptas. Samudragupta. 335-380 AD. AV Stater (7.51 gm). King holding standard, Garuda bird on standard; crescent above / The goddess Laksmi seated. BMC Guptas Iff; MACW 4779. Near VF. ($250)

1443. INDIA, Guptas. Chandragupta II. 380-114 AD. AV Stater (7.77 gm). King holding bow, Gamda bird on standard; crescent above king / The goddess Laksmi seated. BMC Guptas-; MACW 4806. Good VF. ($350)

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1444. INDIA, Dehli Sultanate. Iltutmish. 1210-1235. AR Tanka (10.72 gm). Lakhnauti minL VS 1277 (1219/1220). Horseman riding left/Legend. Rajgor 846. VF. Rare. ($500)

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1452. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Aghlabids. Ibrahim Π. AH 289? (901/902 AD). AV Dinar (4.14 gm). No minL "Aghlab" above reverse legend. Fine. ($125)

1445. INDIA, Mughals. Jahangir. 1605-1628. AR Rupee (11.38 gm). Agra minL AH 1026, regnal year 12 (1617). KM SE Asia 147. EF. Rare. ($300) 1453. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Samanids. Nasr II ibn A h m a d . AH 317 (929/930 AD). AV Dinar (4.17 gm). Nishapur minL Cf. BMC Oriental Π 293. Good VF. ($300)

1446. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Arab-Sassanian. al Muhallab ibn Abi Sutra. AH 75 (694/695 AD). AR Drachm (3.82 gm). BISH=Bishapur minL Sassaman style bust/Fire altar with attandants. Walker, Arab-Sassanian, 221. VF. ($75)

1454. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Fatimids. al Hakim. AH 410 (1019/1020 AD). AV Dinar (4.17 gm), al Mahdiya minL Double marginal legends. Near VF. ($150) 1455. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Fatimids. Lot of two AV Dinars (4.17 gm). Probably al Aziz (975-996 AD) and al Amir (1101 -1130 AD). Need further research. Average near VF. 2 pieces. ($250)

Rare Gold Dinar of the Ummayads of Spain

1456. ITALY. Arezzo. 15thCenU1ry. AR Grosso. Cross/Bustof saint. CNIXI pg.2,5 and 13 (2 coins). // Volterra. Bishop Ranieri ΙΠ. 1301-1321. AR Grosso. Bishop/Cross. CNIXI pg. 13,6. Average fine. 3 pieces. ($100) 1447. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Ummayads of Spain. Abd er Rahman ΠΙ. AH 333 (944/945 AD). AV Dinar (4.06 gm). Al Andalus minL Rosette above legend /Mint and date. Miles 221. VF. Rare. ($1500)

1448. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Abbasids. al Saffah. 749-754 AD. Lot of three AV Dinars. Probably years AH 133 and 134 (2 coins, one with double reverse marginal legend). Average Fine, one clipped. 3 pieces. ($200) 1449. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Abbasids. Lot of two AV Dinais. Haran al Rashid. AH 181 (797/798 AD), //al Mamun. AH 212 (827/828 AD). BMC Oriental 1262. Average Fine. 2 pieces. ($200)

1457. ITALY, Florence Republic. 1252-1303. AV Florin (3.51 gm). lily of Florence / SL John the Baptist; mm: voided cross-crossleL Bemocchi 204. Good VF. ($250)

1450. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Abbasids. al Mamun. AH 214 (829/830 AD). AV Dinar (4.16 gm). Madinat al Salam mint. Double marginal legend obverse Near VF. ($150) 1451. ISLAMIC DYNASTIES. Abbasids. al Wathiq. 842-847 AD. Lot of two AV Dinars. Probably both year AH 230 (844/845 AD), but quite different styles. One with double obverse legend. Average Fine. 2 pieces. ($150)

1458. ITALY, Florence RepubUc. 14th Century. AV Florin (3.50 gm), lily of Florence/SL John the Baptist; mm: braid. Bemocchi 922. VF. ($200)

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I T A L Y , Florence Republic. 1250-1260. A R Fiorino (1.73 gm). + F L O ‫י‬, lily of Florence / + I O H A N N E S B, S L John the BaptisL Bemocchi 10. Good VF, original toning. ($ 125)

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1460. ITALY, Florence Republic. 1250-1260. AR Fiorino (1.65 gm). +FLORENTIA*, lily of Florence / +IOHANNES ·B·, St. John the Baptist Bemocchi 33. Good VF, cleaned. ($100) 1461. ITALY, Florence Republic. 1250-1260. Lot of two AR Fiorino. One with pellet, the other with rosette. Bemocchi 12 and 33. Both VF. 2 pieces, cleaned. ($100)

ITALY, Florence Republic. 1267-1279. AR Fiorino (1.75 gm). +FLOof Florence / + I O H A N N E S :B:, S L John the Baptist. Bemocchi 51. Good VF, cleaned. ($100)

1466. ITALY, Florence Republic. 1st semester 1485. AR Grosso (2.28 gm). Lorenzo di Angelo di Bartolmeo Carducci Lily of Florence / SL John the Baptist standing. Bemocchi 3326. Good VF, cleaned. ($100)

1467. ITALY, Florence Republic. 2nd semester 1506. AR Barile (2.95 gm). Francesco di Francesco di LoUerio Davanzali Lily of Florence / Christ and St John the Baptist. Bemocchi 3539. VF, cleaned. ($ 125)

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1463. ITALY, Florence Republic. 1347-1400. Lotof Two AR Grosso. lily of Florence / St. John the Baptist enthroned. Bemocchi 882/878; 883. Fine and VF. 2 pieces, cleaned. ($100)

1464. ITALY, Florence Republic. 2nd semester 1406. AR Grosso (2.55 gm). Niccolo di Roberto Davanzati. Lily of Florence / St. John the Baptist enthroned. Bemocchi 2132ff. Good VF, cleaned. ($100)

1465. ITALY, Florence Republic. 2nd semester 1483. AR Grosso (2.30 gm). Antonio di Mighore di Tommaso Guidotti. Lily of Florence / SL John the Baptist standing. Bemocchi 3281. Good VF, cleaned. ($ 100)

1468. ITALY, Florence Republic. 2nd semester 1509. AR Barile (3.15 gm). Banco di Andrea di Matteo AlbizzL Lüy of Florence / Christ and SL John the BaptisL Bemocchi 3595. VF, cleaned. ($ 125)

1469. ITALY, Florence Republic. Ist semester 1515. AR 1/5 Scudo (7.58 gm). Francesco di Antonio Spini. Lily of Florence / St. John the Baptist enthroned. Bemocchi 3738. Near VF, cleaned. Rare. ($150)

1470. ITALY, Florence Republic. 1st semester 1530. AR 1/5 Scudo C7.25 gm). Niccolo di Braccio Guicciardini. Lily of Florence /SL John the Baptist enthroned. Bemocchi 4047. Near VF, scratch on obverse, cleaned. Rare. ($ 150)

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1471. ITALY, Florence Republic. Lot of Three AR Grosso. Bartolomeo di Giovanni Carducci (1st semester 1405). Bemocchi 2065ff. // Giovanni di Bicci Medici (1 st semester 1406). Bern 2096ff. // Giovanni di Aldobrandini del Nero (1 st semester 1411). Bern. 2220ff. Average Fine to VF, cleaned. 3 pieces. ($100) 1472. ITALY, Florence Republic. Lot of Three AR Grosso. Doffo di Nepo Spini (1st semester 1425). Bemocchi 2425ff. // Ludovici di Antonio di Tommaso Mase (2nd semester 1482). Bern. 3262ff. //Phis one with uncertain arms. Average Fine to VF, hairlines and scratches. 3 pieces. ($100) 1473. ITALY, Florence Republic. Lot of two AR Grosso. Luigi di Antonio di Migliore Guidotti (2nd semester 1477). Bemocchi 3165. // Matteo di Giovanni di Antonio Canigiani (2nd semester 1478). Bern. 3182. Both VF, cleaned. ($100)

1479. ITALY, Lucca. In the name of Charles IV. 16th Centuiy. AR Grosso (1.74 gm). +CAROLVS INPERATOR-arms, LVCA in quadrilobe / +‫׳‬SANCTVS‫׳‬VVLTVS··, crowned head of saint. CNI pg. 108, 230. Good VF, cleaned. ($125)

1474. ITALY, Florence Republic. Lot of two AR Grosso. Angelo di Pandolfo di Giarmozzo Pandolphino (1 st semester 1486). Bemocchi 3339. // Banco di Andrea di Matteo Albizzi (2nd semester 1509). Bern. 3596. Both VF, cleaned. ($100)

1480. ITALY, Lucca. Felix and Elizabeth Napoleon. 1806. AR Franco. Craig 23. //1807. AR 5 Franchi. Cr. 24. The first Rne, the other VF. 2 pieces. ($ 100)

Rare Gold Alfonsino of Alfonso I of Aragon

1475. ITALY, Florence. Alexander Medici. 1532-1537. AVScudo (3.26 gm). Medici arms / Horeate cross. CNI ΧΠ pg.244,15. Fine, bend and scratches. ($200)

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1481. ITALY, Naples. Alfonso I of Aragon. 1442-1458. AV Alfonsino (5.15 gm). +DNS M ADIVT ET EGO DSPICIAINMICO, Knight in full armor, with sword drawn, galloping right on armored horse / +ALFONSV D G ARAGO SIC E I CÏTR VLTRA, coat-of-arms. Pannuti 2. Choice VF. Scarce. ($2000)

1477. ITALY, Lucca. Lot of three AR. Denaro of Hugo. 950-961. CNIXIpg.62, 4. // Denaro in the name of Henry ΠΙ-V. 11th Century. CNI pg.70,4. // Grosso in the name of Otto. 13th Century. CNI pg.73,1.//Plus a denaro of Genoa in the name of Conrad. Average Fine to VF. 4 pieces total. ($200)

1482. ITALY, Naples. Philip Π of Spain. 1556-1598. AR Mezzo Carlino (1.35 gm). G. Ravschiero and V. Porzio, moneyers. Crowned head / Crowns and flames. Pannuti 46a; CNI XX pg.90,790. Good VF. ($65)

1478. ITALY, Lucca. In the name of Otto IV. 13thCenmry. AR Grosso (1.74 gm). +OTTO REX ·, monogram / S.WLT). DE LVCA, crowned head of saint. CNI pg.73,7/1. Good VF, cleaned. ($200)

1483. ITALY, Naples. Philip ΠΙ ofSpain. 1619. AR 15 Grani (3.69 gm). Bust left with ruff collar, F CC behind, t below / Castle with three heraldic beasties in towers. Pannuti 15; CNI XX pg.208,261. Near VF. ($ 100)

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Two Rare Papal States Issues John IX

1488. I T A L Y , Perugia. 14th-15th Century. A R Bolognino. A / Bust of S L Erculano. CNIXIV pg. 190,21. //AR Grosso. Ρ / Cross. CNIXTV pg.196,72. Both VF. 2 pieces. ($100)

1484. ITALY. Papal States. John IX, with Lambert of Spoteto. 898-900. AR Denier (1.07 gm). Monogram of John / Bust of SL Peter. Muntoni 1 ; Berman 52. Toned near EF. (See enlargement on back cover). ($1250)

1489. ITALY, Pisa. In the name of Frederic. 14th-15th Century. AR Grosso. Eagle / Virgin and Child. CNI XI pg.290,37/38. // AR Grosso Minore. CNI XI pg.304,23 and 24 (2 coins). Average VF, cleaned. 3 pieces. ($ 150)

Guy ofSpoleto persuaded Pope Stephen VI to crown him Holy Roman Emperor in 891, and his son Lambert followed him on the throne in 892. Lambert would die late in 898, leaving the throne vacantfor several years while rival claimants fought for position.

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1490. ITALY, Sicily. 1792. M3 Cavelli. Craig 29. // 1793. ,EGrano. Cr. 39.// Tuscany. 1747. AR Francescone Cr. 8. //Plus Austria. 1755 H A 1/2 Thaler. KM2036. The silver Fine, the copper VF or better, the last with mount removed. 4 pieces. ($100) 1485. ITALY, Papal States. Clement VII. 1523-1534. AR Double Carlino (5.45 gm). Benevenuto Cellini, engraver. Bust left in paneled cloak with portraits of Sts. Peter and Paul / QVARE DVBITASTI, Christ lifting St. Peter above the waves; mintmark crossed hands. Muntoni 43; Berman 841. Good VF. Marvelous Renaissance portraiL Extremely Rare. ($2000)

1491. ITALY, Siena Republic. 12th -13th Century. AR Grosso (1.70 gm). *SENA VETVS, S with four pellets / +ALFAETM, cross. CNI XI pg. 352,24. Good VF. ($100)

1492. ITALY, Siena Republic. 12th -13th Century. Lot of three AR. Denaro. CNI X I 2 . // Grosso. CNI XI11. // Grosso with stars. CNI X I 3 6 . Average VF, cleaned. 3 pieces. ($100) 1486. rTALY, Papal States. Paul ffl. 1534-1549. AV Scudo (3.35 gm). PAVLVS ΙΠ PON MAX, Papal amis / S PAVLVS VAS F.LECTTONIS, SL Paul with sword and book; mm: crossed limbs. Muntoni 23; Berman 905. Near VF, some flatness of strike. ($300)

1493. ITALY, Siena Republic. 12th -13th Century. Lot of three AR. Denaro. CNI XI30. // Grosso. CNI XI24. // Grosso with stars. CNI XI39. Average VF, cleaned. 3 pieces. ($ 100)

1494. ITALY, Siena Republic. 14th-15thCentury.LotofthreeAR5QuattrinL CNI XI pg.379,65. // AR Grosso with one sigla. CNI pg.365,146. // AR Grosso with two sigla. Cf. CNI pg.382,90. Average Fine to VF, cleaned. 3 pieces. ($100)

1487. ITALY, Papal States. Gregory XVI. 1831 B. AR Scudo. Bologne mint. Bust left / The presentation at the temple. KM 155; Berman 3274. EF, attractive toning. ($200)

1495. ITALY, Siena RepubUc. 1549. AR 5 Quattrini. CNI XI pg.406,299. // CosirnoMedici. 1557-1574. ARCrazia.CNIpg.418,35.//BothVF.2pieces. ($75)

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1496. ITALY, Siena. Cosimo I Medici. 1557-1574. AR Giulio (3.02 gm). Medici aims; legend ends SEN AR DVX Π / Nimbatefigureof Maiy above the city. CNIXIpg. 417,23. VF,cleaned, bends. ($150) 1500. ITALY, TUscany. Coamo Π. 1619. AR Tallero. Bust with sceptre /Medici aims. Davenport 4195. VF, cleaned, edge laminaticn. ($250)

1497. ITALY, Siena. Cosimo I Medici. 1557-1574. AR Giulio (2.83 gm). Medici aims; legend ends SENARVM DVX Π / Nimbate figure of Maty above the city. CNIXI pg. 417,25. Fine, cleaned. ($100)

1501. ITALY, Tuscany. Cosimo Π. 1621. AR Tallero. Bustwith sceptre/Medici aims. Davenport 4196. Near VF, cleaned. ($125)

1498. ITALY, Siena. Cosimo I Medici. 1557-1574. AR Giulio (2.99 gm). Medici aims; legend ends SEN AR DVX Π / Figure of Maiy above the city, Maiy not nimbate. CNI XI-. Good, cleaned, scarce variety. ($100)

1502. ITALY, TUscany. Ferdinand Π. 1665. AR Tallero (Pezza della Rosa). Rosebush/Medidaims. Davenport 4208. Near VF, polished. ($200)

1499. ITALY, TUscany. Ferdinand 1.1595. Lot of two AR Tallero. Bust with sceptre /Medici arms. Davenport 8342. Both Fine, cleaned, one with graffiti. ($250)

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1508. ITALY, ‫׳‬I\1scany. Peter Leopold. 1778.2 Quattrini. Craig 13. //1778. Soldo. Cr. 14. //1770. AR Francescone. Cr. 21b. The bronzes EF, the Francescone Fine. 3 pieces. ($100)

1504. ITALY, TUscany. Cosimo ΠΙ. 1685. AR Tallero. Crowned bust / Haibor scene. Davenport 4215. VF, cleaned. ($300)

1509. ITALY, Tuscany. Ferdinand III. 1791 and 1824. Lot of two AR Francescone. 1791 and 1824. Craig 37,59. Thefirstnear VF with light scratches, the second good VF, cleaned. 2pieces. ($125)

1505. ITALY, Tuscany. Cosimo ΙΠ. 1692. AR Tallero. Crowned bust/Harbor scene. Davenport 4215. Fine, cleaned. Possible overdate 1692/-68-. ($200)

1510. ITALY, Tuscany. Ferdinand m . 1821.1 Quattrino. Craig 53. //1822. Soldo. Cr. 54. //1818.2 Soldi Cr. 55. //1821. AR 1/2 Lira. Cr. 56. //1822. AR Lira. Cr. 57. /1820. AR 1/2 Francescone. Cr. 58. The soldi EF, the test VF. 6 pieces. ($100)

1506. ITALY, TUscany. Cosimo ΠΙ. 1707. AR Tallero (Pezzadella Rosa). Rose bush /Medici arms. Davenport 1501. VF, cleaned, edge maiks. ($250)

1511. ITALY, Tuscany. Charles Louis and Maria Louisa. 1807. Lot of two AR 10 Lira. Conjoined busts of Charles and his mother / Arms. Craig 49.2. Near VF, one with edge mount removed. 2 pieces. ($200)

1507. ITALY, Tbscany. Peter Leopold. 1778/7. AR Francescone. Bust right with high collar/ Arms. Craig 24.2. VF, cleaned, light field marks. Qear overdate. ($125)

1512. ITALY, Tuscany. Charles Louis and Maria Louisa. 1806,1807.Lotof two AR Francescone. Facing busts of Charles and his mother / Aim s. Craig 50.1. Both VF, one struck from rusted dies. 2 pieces. ($175)

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1513. ITALY, Tuscany. Charles Louis and Maria Louisa. N.D. 1/2 Soldo. Craig 45. //1805. 1 Quattrino. Cr. 40. // 1805. 2 Soldi. Cr. 46. // 1803. AR 1 Lira. Cr. 47. The last three all have inverted 1 in date. Fine to VF. 4 pieces. ($75)

1522. ITALY, Venice. Tommaso Mocenigo. 1414-1423. AV Ducat (3.38 gm). Christ in glory / Doge and St Mark Scarfea 145 (sic). EF. ($250) 1514. ITALY, Hiscany. Leopold Π. 1827. AR 1/4 Fiorino and 1/2 Fiorino. ($100) Craig 69 and 71. The first toned UNC, the second VF. 2 pieces.

1523. ITALY, Venice. Lot of 4 AV Ducats (Zecchino). Domenico Contarini. 1659-1675. Scarfea 944. // Alvise Mocenigo. 1700-1709. Scarfea 1187 (2 coins). // Plus one unidentified doge. Average VF, all holed or plugged. 4 pieces. _

1515. ITALY, ‫׳‬niscany. Leopold Π. 1831. AR Paolo. Head right / Arms. Craig 70. AU, lightly cleaned. ($75) 1516. ITALY, Tuscany. Leopold Π. 1840,1854.1 Quattrini. Craig 62,62a. // 1829,1833,1840,1843.3 Quattrini. Cr. 64 (4 coins). //1830.5 Quattnni. Cr. 65 (2 coins). //1827.10 Quattrini. Cn 66. Several nice EF coins, one piece damaged, the rest VF. 9 pieces. ($200)

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1524. ITALY. Venice. 14th centuiy imitation possibly from India. AV Ducat (2.43 gm). Christ standing/ Doge and St. Mark. Ives pl. XTV, 3. EF. ($200) 1525. ITALY, Kingdom. 1867. AR50CentesimL KM 14.1. //1874. AR 5 Lira. KM 8.3. // 1925.50 Cemesimi. KM 61.1.//1908. AR 1 Lira. KM 45 (scarce date). //1924.2 Lira. KM 63. Average VF to EF. 5 pieces. ($75)

1526. LOWLANDS. Flanders. Louis de Mâle. 1346-1384. AR Double Gros Botdraeger(4.01 gm). Helmeted lion seated left/Cross. Boudeau 2232. Good VF. 1517. ITALY, Tuscany. Leopold II. 1856. AR 4 Fionni. Head right / Amis. Craig 75b. AU, light hairlines. ($200) 1518. ITALY, ‫׳‬niscany. Leopold II. 1857. AR 1/2 Paolo. Craig 68a. //1828, 1840. AR Horino (2 coins). Cr 72. /1844. AR Horino. Cr. 72a Thefirsttoned EF, the rest cleaned VF. 4 pieces. ($100)

1527. LOWLANDS. Flanders. Charles le Temeraire. 1474. AR Double Briquet (2.90 gm). lion seated left supporting shield, mullet below / Long cross. ($175) Frey 160A; De Mey 420. Toned good VF. Clear early date.

1519. ITALY, Ttiscany. First Provisional Government. 1859. AR Fiorino. Lion with banner / Lily of Florence. Craig 79. Toned UNC. ($150) 1520. ITALY, ‫׳‬Hiscany. First Provisional Government. 1859. AR Fiorino. Lion with banner / Lily of Florence. Craig 79. Toned EF. 2 pieces. ($150) 1521. ITALY, Tuscany. Second Provisional Government Victor Emanuel. 1859.1 Centesimo. Craig 81. //1859.2 Centesimi. Cr. 82. //1859.5 Centesimi. Cr. 83 (3 coins). // 1860. AR 1/2 lira. Cr. 84. // 1860. AR lira. Cr. 85.2 (2 coins). // 1860. AR 2 lira. Cr. 86. Average Fine to VF. 9 pieces. ($ 100)

1528. MALTA, Knights of. Jean Paul Lascaris. AR 4 Tan (10.54 gm). Crowned arm s / Head of John the Baptist on a salver. Resteiii 18 (same dies). Good VF. ($125)

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1529. MOLDAVIA. Petru Musat. 1377-1391. AR Gros (0.72 gm). Cow's head, star above and to left, crescent to right / Arms. E&S pg. 1406. EF. Rare.

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1534. SPAIN, Visigoths. Sisebut. 612-621. AV Tremissis (1.36 gm). Ispalis minL +*SISEBVTVS REX·, facing bust/+-ISPAU PIVS·, facing bust. Miles, HNSM Π, 187f. Superb EF. ($700)

1530. NEW ZEALAND. 19th Century. R Penny Token. H J. HalL Christchurch Coffee Mills / Family Grocers; Wine and Spirit Merchants. Andrews 172; KM Tn28. EF, little actual wear, but rough surfaces. Rare. ($65)

Ferdinand and Isabella Gold Double Excellente

1535. SPAIN. Ferdinand and Isabella. 1479-1504. AV Double Excellente (6.93 gm). Seville minL Crowned busts of Ferdinand and Isabella facing; annulet, S and star between /Eagle with spread wings atop of arms. C&C 2814 variety. Good VF. ($2000)

1531. PHILIPPINES. 1828. AR Peso. Type Π counteimaik. MANILA 1828 / Crowned arms oversüuck on Bolivia 1827 JM 8 Soles. KM 27, this host coin unlisted. VF. ($200)

Rare Gold Ducat of Grandmaster Antoine Fluviane

1532. RHODES. Grandmaster Antoine Fluviane. 1421-1437. AV Ducat (3.47 gm). F ANTONIVS SM VENET DVX, Grandmaster kneeling before SL Mark / SIT Τ XRE DATVS QTV REGIS ISTE DVCAT, Christ standing. Schlumberger X, 15. Super EF.Vety Rare. ($5000)

1536. SPAIN. Ferdinand and Isabella. 1469-1504. AR 4 Real (12.58 gm). Seville mint. Arms; S / Bundle of arrows; starbelow. C&C 2715. Toned near VF. ($150)

1537. SPAIN. Ferdinand & Isabella. 1469-1504. AR Real (3.35 gm). Granada minL Amis; crosses / Bundle of arrows, G below. C&C 2549£f; Heiss pL22,90. VF.

($100)

1533. SOUTH-EAST ASIA. AR Fantasy Dollar. Early 20th century. Old man with watering can and walking staff / Butterfly. Numerous varieties of these privately cast "dollars" circulated in Malaysia and adjoining areas in the early 1900's. Similiar in size and in some details to the British trade dollar; the main design was likely a depiction of a native folktale. See Downie-Lepczyk 73, lot 451; 78, lot 1055 for other examples. VF, cast, with hand cut edge reeding. ($ 100)

1538. SPAIN. Ferdinand and Isabella. 1469-1504. AR 1 Real (3.28 gm). Seville minL Arms / Bundle of arrows; S to left. C&C 2592; Heiss pl.22,93. Toned good VF. ($125)

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1539. SPAIN.Ferdinand and Isabella. 1469-1504. JE<\ Maravedis (3.88 gm). Cuenca mint. Crowned hon /Castle. C&C-; Hdss pL24,150. Brown VF. ($65)

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1547. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Fredrik 1.1720-1751.1723 A· 4 Daler (25.5 χ 24 cm). Avesta mint Mostly clear center stamp, four mostly full comer stamps with dates (three clear and one with corrosion). Tingström p.295 stamps A and 4. Good Fine, light to moderate surface corrosion, attractive overall. ($450)

A Selection of Swedish Plate Money From The "Nicobar Hoard"

Ex "Nicobar Hoard" Ponterio Auction 39, lot 113.

1540. SWEDEN. P a t e Money. Karl XI. 1660-1697.1690yE2Daler(24.5x21 cm). Avesta minL Center stamp dear and one comer stamp with full date, one other partial comer stamp. Tingström, Plate Money - The World's Largest Currency (1986), p.264, center stamp E; p.267, comer stamp #26. Good, heavy salt-water corrosion, two comers completely corroded away. Rare. ($250)

1548. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Fredrik 1.1720-1751.1750/E2 Daler(19.3x 17 cm). Avesta mint Mostly clear center stamp (weakness from strike), three full comer stamps with dates (two dear and one with oorrosion), one partial comer stamp with date (crown obscured). Tingström p.301 stamps A and 3 2 Good Fine, light to moderate surface corrosion, attractive overall. ($350) Ex "Nicobar Hoard. "

Ex "Nicobar Hoard" Ponterio Auction 39, lot 2. 1541. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Karl ΧΠ. 1697-1718.1718 A13 Daler Revalued On 1713 2 Daler (22 χ 19 cm). Avesta mint counter-stamped in Stockholm in 1718. Mostly dear center stamp, three partial comer stamps (full date rally visible on one stamp), corroded counter-stamp for 3 DALER S M . 1718. Tingstrom p.275 stamps A and 4; p.289 oounter-stamp A. Near Fine, moderate to heavy surface corrosion, corner stamps corroded as well as counter-stamp; approximately one-thiid of the plate is missing including raie full-comer from corrosion. Nevertheless, an extremely rare specimen of revalued plate money. ($250) Ex "Nicobar Hoard". 1542. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Karl ΧΠ. 1697-1718.1713 A2Daler(23.5x 21.7 cm). Avesta minL Partial center stamp, three full comer stamps wilh full dates but some corrosion, one partial comer stamp. Tingström p.275 stamps A and 4. Fine, light to moderate surface corrosion except for one side where it is severe with one hole, heavy corrosion on edges. ($400) Ex "Nicobar Hoard" Ponterio Auction 39, lot 11. 1543. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Karl ΧΠ. 1697-1718.1718/16 A 2 D a l c r ( 1 7 χ 16.3 cm). Avestamint counter-stamped in Stockholm in 1718. Clear center stamp, two clear comer stamps with full dates (1716), two partial comer stamps, lightly corroded counter-stamp dated 1718. Tingstrom p.283 stamps Β and 1 ; p.288 counterstamp A. Fine, light to moderate surface corrosion, moderate corrosion on edges and comer stamps lightly corroded as well as counter-stamp. ($350) Ex "Nicobar Hoard "

1549. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Fredrik 1.1720-1751.1730 JE 1 Daler(13.5x 11.2 cm). Avesta mint. Mostly clear center stamp, one full comer stamp with full date, three partial comer stamps with dates, all stamps weak from oorrosion. Tingström p.303-304 stamps A and 11. Fine, moderate surface and edge corrosion. ($225) Ex "NicobarHoard." 1550. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Fredrik 1.1720-1751.1722 Ai 1/2 Daler (10.5 χ 9.5 cm). Avesta mint Mostly clear center stamp, three full comer stamps (two with full dates), one partial comer stamp without date (obscured). Tingstrom p.307 stamps A and 3. Fine, moderate surface and edge corrosion. ($200) Ex

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1551. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Adolf Fredrik. 1751-1771. 1756 A 4 Daler (26 χ 25 cm). Avesta minL Mostly clear center stamp, one full and dear comer stamp with full date, two partial comer stamps (crown and initials weakly struck) with dates: (1)756 & (17)56, one partial comer stamp with heavy corrosion. Tingstrom p.311 stamps Β and 7. Fine, light to moderate surface corrosion, heavy edge corrosion. ($450) Ex "NicobarHoard." 1552. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Adolf Fredrik. 1751-1771. 1754 A 2 Daler (19.4 χ 17.5 cm). Avesta minL Clear and bold center stamp, three full comer stamps with full dates (one stamp weakly struck and the other two with some corrosion), one partial coma· stamp with full date. Tmgström p.313 stamps A and 5. Fine, light to moderate surface corrosion, heavy edge corrosion on two sides. ($350) Ex "Nicobar Hoard" Ponterio Auction 39, lot 480.

1544. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Karl ΧΠ. 1697-1718.1718/15^ 1 Daler(13.4 χ 13.5 cm). Avesta mint counter-stamped in Stockholm in 1718. Clear center stamp, four partial comer stamps (full date only visible on one stamp), lightly corroded counter-stamp dated 1718. Tingström p.283 stampsCand l;p.288counler-stampB. Fine, light to moderate surface corrosion, comer stamps lightly corroded as well as counter-stamp. ($250)

1553. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Adolf Fredrik. 1751-1771.1756 A l/2Daler (10.7 χ 9.5 cm). Avesta mint. Partial center stamp, four full comer stamps, two with dates, all with corrosion. Tmgström p.318 stamps Β and 6. Very good, moderate to heavy surface corrosion. ($200) Ex

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Ex "Nicobar Hoard" Ponterio Auction 39, lot 43. 1545. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Ulrika Eleonora. 1718-1720.1719 ^ 2 Daler (17.8x 17.9 cm). Avesta minL Full and clear center stamp, three clear comer stamps with full dates, one partial comer stamp without date. Tingstrom p.293 stamps Β and 1. VF, light to moderate surface corrosion, only one comer stamp corroded, one edge cleaned. Rare. ($400) Ex

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1546. SWEDEN. Plate Money. Ulrika Eleonora. 1718-1720.1719 JE 1/2 Daler (10.8 χ 9.5 cm). Avesta minL Partial center stamp which is mostly corroded, three clear comer stamps wilh full dates, one partial comer stamp with last two digits erf date (17)19. Tmgström p293 stamps D and 1. Fine, light to moderate surface corrosioaRare. ($250) Ex

1554. SWITZERLAND, Basel. 15th Century. AR Bracteate Rappen (0.32 gm). Comucopiae within border of dots / Incuse. HMZ 62. UNC. ($85)

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1555. WALLA CHIA. Radu L1377-1383. AR Dinar (0.56 gm> Amis /Knight's helmet topped wilh eagle left Toned good VF. Rare. ($225)

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1556. Gallic War Issue. Circa 65 BC. A / Stater (6.25 gm). Blank / Disjointed horse right, pellet below. Seaby 8; Van Arsdell 50. EF. ($450)

1557. Atrebates. Epaticais. Circa 35-43 AD. AR Minim (0.30 gm). EPATT between pellets in rings/TA, boar's head right Van Arsdell 585-1 ;Seaby 115. EF. ($250)

1558. Dobunni. Eisu. 15-30 AD. AV Plated Stater (4.46 gm). Dobunnic emblem of tree-like object with ten branches / Celticized horse right; wheel below. Van Arsdell 1105-1 var. (branches on this specimen are horizontal and parallel; not at angles like the specimens plated in Van Arsdell); Seaby 262 var. (same). VF, copper core showing through. ($250)

1562. SAXON. Harold 1.1035-1040. AR Penny (1.06 gm). London. Bustleft, sceptre before / +LEOFRED ON LVN, long cross, lis in angles. Seaby 1165; SCBI Stockholm 1157. Toned EF. Rare this nice. ($1000)

1563. Edward the Confessor. 1042-1066. ARCutHalfpenny (1.38gm). Type iii. London. Helmeted bust left, holding sceptre / (+PLV)CRED ON LV(ND). Cf. Seaby 1174; BMC 890. VF. ($ 100)

1564. Edward the Confessor. 1042-1066. AR Penny (0.77 gm). Type ii. Sandwich. Diademed bust left / +LEOFPÏNE ON SA:, voided cross. Seaby 1175; cf. BMC 1153. VF. _ ($300)

1565. Stephen. 1135-1154. ARPenny(1.41 gm). London minL Watford type. Crowned bust right, sceptre before/+BR( ) ON:LVND, cross moline. Seaby 1278. VF, usual areas of flat strike. ($250) 1559. Durotriges. Uninscribed Series D. Cheriton 1)‫׳‬pe. Circa 57-55 BC. AV Stater (5.05 gm). Abstract head of Apollo with tore / Disjointed horse, crab below. Seaby 22; Van Arsdell 1215. EF. ($750)

1566. Richard 1.1189-1199. AR Penny (1.07 gm). Class IVb, normal S. London. Crowned bust facing with sceptre / +WLLELM*ON‫׳‬LVN, short cross. Seaby 1348A Toned VF. ($125) 1560. THnovantes. Addedomaros. 33-37 AD. AV Stater (5.45 gm). Crossed wreath / Fantastic horse right, comucopiae below. Seaby 148; Van Arsdell 1620. Choice EF. ($950)

1567. John. 1199-1216. AR Penny (1.46gm). Class 5c, London. Crownedbust facing with sceptre / +ILGERON‫׳‬LVNDE, short cross. Seaby 1352. Toned VF. ($100) 1561. NORTHUMBRLA. Time of Osbert Circa 862-867. Billon Sceat (1.34 gm). Blundered legends. +HEARDALF / HERREDX. Seaby 865 variety; BMC pg. 143,20. Good VF. ($250)

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1568. Henry ΙΠ. 1216-1272. AR Penny (1.50 gm). London. Long Cross. 12471272. Class Hie. NICOLE ON LVND. Seaby 1364. Good VF. Common type, but a remarkable fully struck portrait ($100) 1 4 0


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1569. Edward 1.1272-1307. AR Penny (1.37 gm). Class Id, annulet on breast, London mint Issued for the Abbot of Reading. Crowned bust facing / Long cross. Seaby 1384. VF. Very Rare. ($450)

1574. Henry VI.1422-1461.ARGroat(?gm). Leaf-trefoil issue, London mint. ($200) Crowned bust facing / Long cross. Seaby 1898. Toned good VF.

Extremely Rare Edward HI Noble

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1570. Edward III. 1327-1377. AV Noble (8.10 gm). Thiid coinage, third period. 1346-1351. London. King on ship/Ornate cross. Large lettering. Seaby 1481 ; North lllO.EF.ExtremelyRare.fourteenknownspecimens. ($4000)

1575. Henry VH. 1485-1509. AR Groat (3.13 gm). Profile issue, mm: pheon. Crowned bust right / Long cross over arms. Seaby 2258. Toned VF. ($200)

Ex Spink 82, lot 48; Doubleday collection; Carter collection.

1571. RichardH. 1377-1399. AR Groat(4.31 gm). Type Π. Crowned bust facing / Long cross. Seaby 1679. Toned VF. ($650) ExNonveb.lot 867. 1576. Edward VI. 1551. AR Halfcrown (30.62 gm). Fine silverissue. King on horseback / Arms on cross; mm: y. Seaby 2479. Near VF, possible edge mount removed. ($400)

1572. Richard II. 1377-1399. AR Groat (4.37 gm). Type ΠΙ. Crowned bust facing with bushy hair / Long cross. Seaby 1680. Good Fine. Rare. ($600)

1573. Richard Π. 1377-1399. AR Halfpenny (0.50 gm). Intermediate style, London mint Crowned bust facing / Long cross. Seaby 1699. Toned nice VF. ($200)

1577. Edward VI. 1547-1553. AR Shilling (5.49 gm). Fine silverissue. 15511553. Crowned facing bust / Arms on cross; mm: tun. Seaby 2482. Good VF, strong portrait. ($500)


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1578. Edward VI. 1547-1553. AR Shilling (6.01 gm). Fine silverissue. 15511553. Crowned facing bust/Arms on cross; mm: y. Seaby 2482. Fine. ($100)

1579. Elizabeth L 1558-1603. AR Shilling (6.09 gm). Second issue, mm: crosscrosslet. Crowned bust left /Long cross overarms. Seaby 2555. Toned good VF. ($250) 1582. Charles 1.1642. AR Shrewsbury Pound. King left on horseback, pile of arms below; mm: 路:路/Declaration. Seaby 2918. Near VF. ($2400) Ex Ryan Collection, lot 1268.

1580. James 1.1603-1625. AR Shilling (5.77 gm). Second coinage, fourth busL 1607-1609. Crowned bust left/Arms; mm: coroneL Seaby 2655. Near EF for type.

($200)

1583. Charles 1.1625-1649. AR Groat (1.95 gm). Aberystwyth mint. 16381642. Small bust; mm: book. Brooker 764ff; Seaby 2893. Good VF, flan flaw. ($200)

ExHS. Dupont collection, Sotheby's (1983) lot47.

1581. James 1.1603-1625. AR Shilhng (5.82 gm). Third coinage, mm: lis, sixth busL Crowned bust right/Arms. Seaby 2668. Toned superb EF. A wonderful addition to any collection. ($500)

1584. Commonwealth. 1652. AR Crown (29.61 gm). SL George's cross in wreath, mm: sun / Arms bearing the St. George's Cross and Irish harp. Seaby 3214. Toned good VF. ($1000)

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1590. George ΙΠ. 1810. AV Third Guinea. Laureate head/Crown. Seaby 3740; KM 650. NearEF. ($150)

1585. Charles Π. 1682. AV Five Guineas. Second bust, edge: ANNO TRIGESIMO QVARTO. Laureate bust of Charles right / Arms in the form ci a cross. Seaby 333 !.Lightly toned good VF. ($3000)

1586. Charles Π. 1660-1685. AR Maundy Set. Milled series. N.D. 1, 2,3,4 Pence. Seaby 3391; ESC2365. Average VF, scrapes on2pence. ($150)

1587. Anne. 1703. AR Shilling. Second bust; VIGO below / Cruciform arms. Seaby 3586; ESC 1131. NearEF. ($250)

1591. George HI. ND (1804). Emergency Issue AR Dollar. Octagonal countermark of George ΙΠ on Charles IV 8 reals of Mexico City, 1802 FT. Seaby 3766; ESC 123. Toned good VF. Rare. ($450)

1592. George III. (1797). AR Half Dollar. Oval c/m of Geoige ΙΠ on Chartes IV 4realesof Madrid, 1794MF.Seaby3767;ESC611.CoinVF,c/mEF. ($150)

1593. George III. 1788. R Proof Pattern Penny. Taylor rcstnke of Drozpattern. Laureate head, eagle below/Britannia seated Peck 1003. Bronzed, EF, some flattening due torotateddouble strike. ($125) 1588. George IL 1753.AVRveGuineas.01dhead.Laureateheadleft/Crowned ($3500) arms. Seaby 3666. Toned good VF, a little underlying luster.

1589. George Π. 1750/50. AR Shilling. Old head; wide 0 in date. Laureate bust left / Arms in foim of cross. Seaby 3704. Toned EF. Die was tecut causing the 5 and the 0 to double. ($200)

1594. Victoria. 1887. AV Five Pounds. Jubilee issue. Crowned bust left / St. George slaying the dragon. Seaby 3864; KM 769. AU. ($900)


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1600. Edward the Black Prince. 1362-1376. AR Hardi d'Argent (1.03 gm). Limoges mint. Half-lengthfigureof the Prince with sword under Gothic arch / Longcross with lis and lions in angles. Elias 204. Toned VF. ($200) 1595. Victoria. 1848. AR Proof Pattern Florin by W. Wyon Plain edge. Crowned bust left, 'Godless', 1848 / Cruciform shield, ONE FLORIN - ONE TENTH OF A POUND. ESC 886 (Rarity 2). Superb EF, vety minor hairlines, daric toning. Rare and popular type. ($650) The most artistic florin in the English series.

1601. Henry VI. 1422-1436. AR Blanc (2.85 gm). Rouen mint hERICVS over arms, no - over Ε / Long cross, lis and leopard to either side. Elias 287b. Toned VF. Rare variety, withdrawn from circulation as suspected underweight issue.

1596. George VI. 1937. AVProofFive Pounds. Mintage 5,501. Bareheadleft/ St. George slaying dragon. Seaby 4047; KM 861. UNC, minor hairlines and carbon spots. ($1000)

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1602. Henry VI. 1422-1436. AR Blanc (3.05 gm). St. Lomint. hERICVS over aims / Long cross, lis and leopard to either side. Elias 288. Toned VF, a little softly strack. ($135)

1597. Alexander HI. 1249-1286. AR Penny (1.13 gm). Crowned head with sceptre; barred A / Long cross with mullets; 24 points. Seaby 5052. Toned VF. ($75)

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1598. James V. 1513-1542. AV Crown (3.38 gm). Second coinage, mm: star, type ΙΠ crown, shield with rounded base. Seaby 5370. Choice VF. ($1250)

1603. COPY. Lot of two Electrum Copies of Staters from Kyzikos in Mysia. The first is a copy of Von Fritze 197 with an older, laureate and bearded male head right; tunnyfishbelow (15.85 gm). The second is a nude male dancer kneeling left on a tunnyfishleft, Von Fiitze 164, (15.34 gm). Both copies are approximately 80% gold by weight content. VF, interesting study pieces. ($300)

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1599. Richard the Lionheart 1189-1199. AR Denier (0.84 gm). Poitou. +RICARDVS RE R, cross with crescent / PIC/TAVIE/NSIS. Elias 8b; Poey d'Avant 2538. VF. ($125)

1604. ROMAN. Glass bottle. Circa 2nd-31d Century AD. Height 65mm. Ovoid body with constricted neck and infolded Up. Deep cobalt blue color. A little surface encrastation, but virtually perfect. Rare and very nice. Photo Reduced] ($450)

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1605. ROMANO-BYZANTINE. Circa 4th-5th Century AD. Ivory Gaming Piece. 30mm diameter. Hemispherical piece engraved with a racehorse left, its name PARAD OXVS (?). For similiar tokens see Kestner Museum catalogue, 13 Iff. VF, edge chip. ($200) An ancient equivalent of a baseball card!

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1610. ENGLAND. South Africa Medals, lot of Ζ 1901-1902. AR 36mm with red, blue and gold silk ribbon. Victoria / Britannia and soldiers. Edge: 11392 Pie E. CONNER, R.A.M.C. (Royal Army Medical Corps). With bars for Natal and Transvaal // AR 36mm with green, white and gold silk ribbon. Edward VÜ / Same reverse. Edge: 9389 Pte W.F. ROBERTS. R.A.M.C. With bars for South Africa 1901 and 1902. Both VF. Twopieces. ($75) 1611. ENGLAND. Victoria and Edward VÜ. Set of nine brass nesting cup weights. 5,4,3,2, troy ounces. The two laigest marked ER 67, the rest VR 224.9 pieces. ($75)

LARGELOTS 1606. CRUSADER PERIOD. Circa ll-12th Century AD. Lead Pilgrim's Badge. 25mm diameter cast four-spoked wheel· Symbolized the pilgrim's journey to the Holy Land. A little corrosion, but most details clear. Found in Asia Minor. ($100)

1607. ENGLAND. George I. Coronation Medal· 1714.AR34mm(14.94gm). John Ctoker, engraver. Laureate aimored bust / Britannia crowning George. Hawkins Π pg.424,9. Toned near EF. ($100) 1608. ENGLAND. India Mutiny Medal. 1857-1858. AR36mm withred and while silkribbon.Victoria / Britannia with lion. Edge: CAR C. DOUGLAS, COMMy OF ORDce (Commissioner of Ordnance). VF. ($ 150)

1612. Lot of nine Greek AR. Celtic imitation of Thasos Tetradrachm / /Lucania, Thourioi. Fourée Nomos. Athena / Bull. SNG Cop. 1437£f. // Bmttium, Kroton. Diobol. Tripod /Hare. Weber 1014. // Sicily, Gela. Litra. Horse /Man-headed bull Jenkins Group HL // Syracuse 2 Lilrae. Janiform head / Horse and star. SNG Cop. 719. //Moesia, Istros. 1/4 Drachm. Heads /Eagle. SNG Cop. 200. //Thrace, Byzantion. Drachm Cow / Square. SNG Cop. 478. // Bithyma, Chalkedoa Cow /Square. SNG Cop. 352. //Phoenicia, Arados. Tetrobol. Marine deity/Galley. SNG Cop. 4. Some better types, but all have problems, porosity, scratches, cuts, etc. Interesting lot. 9 pieces. ($200) 1613. Lot of nine AR and JE. Sicily, Enteila. AR Litra. // Selinos. AR Litra. // Selinos R cast Onkia. //Corinth. AR Drachm. // Achaean League. AR Hemidrachm. // Mysia, Pergamon. R 19mm. // Roman. M.Cato. AR Quinarius. // Commodus. R Sestertius. // Caracalla. AR Antoninianus. Average Good to VF, same damaged. Some bettertypes. 9 faeces. ($250) 1614. Lot of twelve Greek AR and JE. Campania, Phistelia. AR Obol (broken). // Macedon. Philip HL AR Tetradrachm. I I Mysia, Pergamon. AR Cistaphoric Tetradrachm // Parthia. Phraates IV. AR Drachm. I I Egypt. Qeoptra ΙΠ and Ptolemy X. AR Tetradrachm. // Plus seven Greek bronzes, including three medium size Ptolemaic. Average Fine. 12 pieces. ($200) 1615. Lot of three AR Fractions from Macedon and Thrace. Includes: Macedon, Akanthos. Circa 470-390 BC. AR Tetrobol. SNG ANS 31. VF, porous. // Macedon, Uncertain. Circa 5th Century BC. AR Tetartemorion (0.14 gm). Lion's headright/ Quadripartite incuse square. VF. // Thrace, Abdera. Circa 411 -386 BC. AR Triobol. Griffin / Bull's head left in incuse. May 400. VF, porous. 3 pieces. ($125) 1616. MACEDON, Kings of. Alexander ΠΙ. Lot of sixteen AR Drachms. Head of Herakles / Zeus. All different mint symbols, although some are not clear. Average Fairto Fine. 16pieces. ($400)

1609. ENGLAND. Egyptian Expedition Medals, lot of2.1882. AR 36mm with blue and white silk ribbon. Victoria / Seated sphinx. Edge: C. DADE, Qr Mr (Quartermaster), HM.S. MOSQUITO. // Khedive Star. 1882. R Star with blue silk ribbon. Sphinx and pyramids /Crowned monogram. Both EF. Two pieces. ($100)

1617. Lot of 12 Greek AR. Macedon. Alexander ΠΙ. Tetradrachm (3 coins-2 of them late posthumous issues). // Thrace. Lysimachos. Tetradrachm. / Athens. Tetradrachm (lest cut). // Mysia, Parion. Drachm (corroded). // Chios. Archaic drachm. // Pamphylia, Aspendos. Stater (corroded). // Seleukids. Antiochos VUI. Tetradrachm. // Seleukos VL Tetradrachm (Athena type). // Persia, Achaemenid Kings. Sigloi (2 coins). Average Fair to VF; besides noted problems, most have porosity, scratches etc. 12 pieces. ($500)

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1628. Lot of three choice Republican AR Denarii. Includes: ‫־‬Π. Claudius 1Lf. Apji. Nero. 79 BC. Diana / Victory in biga. Claudia 6. // Crawfoid 383/1. Good VF; Μη. Fonteius C.f. 85 BC. Vejovis / Genius seated on goat. Fonteia 9; Crawford 353/1 a. VF+. // M. Lucilius Rufus. 101 BC. Roma / Victory in biga. Lucilla 1; Crawford 324/1. Toned near EF. 3 coins totaL ($250) 1629. Lot of four Struck Republican Bronzes and one Aes Grave. Includes: Rome. Circa 240-225 BC. JE Aes Grave Uncia. Thurlow-Vecchi 56. // Struck Coinage: Circa 217-215 BC. JE Uncia. Roma / Prow. Craw. 38/5. //Circa 211-207 BC JE Triens. Minerva / Prow. Craw. 56/4. // JE Semunda. Mercury / Prow. Craw. 56/8 (two examples in lot). All coins grade Fine with dark green patinas and porosity. 5 pieces totaL ($125) 1630. Lot of six Roman AR Denarii. C.Curiatius f.Trigeminus. Crawford 240/1a. // LProcilius. Cr. 379/2. //A.Postumus Albinus Brotif. Cr. 450/2 //Trajan / Pax. RSC 83. //Sabina / Juno. RSC 43. // Diva Faustina I / Pietas. RSC 234. // Plus a Parthian Drachm of Pacoms IL Shore 399. Average VF. 7 pieces totaL ($150) 1631. Lot of eighteen 1st Century AR Denarii. Galba. // Vespasian (6 coins). // Domitian (10 coins). //Nerva. Little duplication of reverse types. Average Fair to Fine to VF, several with corrosion. 18 pieces. ($350)

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1622. Lot of five Greek JE from Thrace. Alexander ΙΠ. 18mm. Herakles / Quiver and club. Price 387 variety (no star reverse). // Lysimachos. 20mm. Athena / lion. SNG Copenhagen 1149. // Maroneia. 27mm. Dionysos / Dionysos. SNG Cop. 643. // Mesembria. 18mm. Apollo/Athena. SNG Cop. 661.//Serdica. 17mm. Septimius Severus / Bull. Apparently unpublished. Average Fine to VF. 5 pieces. ($150) 1623. Lot of ten Greek small JE. Thrace, Byzantion. SNG Cop. 499. //Mysia, Lampsakos. cf. BMC 66. // Troas, Assos. BMC 13 // Aeolis, Kyme. SNG Cop. 88. // Elaea. BMC 6. // Myrina. BMC 32. // Ionia, Erythrae. BMC 104. // Klazomenai. SNG Cop.43. //Magnesia. BMC-. //Miletos. SNG Cop 991. Average Fairto fine 10 pieces. ($200) 1624. IONIA. Ephesos and Magnesia. Lot of 25 Greek JE. Ephesos. All of Bee / Stag type. Sizes range from 15mm to 9mm (5 coins). Magnesia. Most are Horseman / Bull type. Sizesrangefrom 20mm to 8mm (18 coins). // Plus two uniden tified JE. Average Fair to Fine, many pieces dirty and encrusted. 25 pieces totaL ($100) 1625. Lot of Parthian and Related. Includes: Mithradates IL 123-88 BC. AR Drachm. Shore 77, Sellwood 26.1. // Persis, Kings of. Darios Π. Circa 2nd-lst Century BC. AR OboL Alram 566. // Elymais, Kings of. Kamnaskires VI (?). Circa lst-2nd Century AD. JE Tetradrachm. SGI 5888. All three coins are VF with light porosity. 3 coins total. ($ 100) 1626. Lot of six Republican AR Denarii and one Victoriatus. Includes the following moneyers and varieties: Anonymous. AR Victoriatus. 211-208 BC. RSC 36f. // Denarii: L Thorius Balbus. 105 BC. Thoria 1. //A. Postumius Ai.Sp.n. Albinus. 81 BC. Postumia 8. //Cn. Lentulus. 76-75 BC. Cornelia 54.IIL. Cossutius C i . Sabula. 74 BC. Cossutia 1. // Q. Cassius Longinus. 55 BC. Cassia 7. // Man. Acilius Glabrio. 49 BC. Acilia 8. All toned VF, some with bankers' marks. Nice lot for the beginner. 7 coins totaL ($250) 1627. Lot of eight Republican AR Denarii. Includes the following moneyers and varieties: Mn. Fonteius. 108-107 BC. Fonteia7. //L. Valerius Flaccus. 108-107 BC. Valeria 11. // Q. Titius. 90 BC. Titia 1. // L. Furius Caf. Brocchus. 63 BC. Furia 23. // L. Scribonius Libo. 62 BC. Scribonia 8a. // P. Plautius Hypsaeus. 60 BC. Plautia 11. // M. Nonius Sufenas. 59 BC. Nonia 1. // L Mussidius Longus. 42 BC. Mussidia 6b. All toned VF, some off-centered. Nice lot for the beginner. 8 pieces. ($300)

1632 Lot of six AR Denarii. Domitian /Minerva on prow. RSC 289. //Trajan / Vesta seated. RSC 203. // Hadrian / Victory seated. RSC 1461. // Antoninus Pius / Concordia. RSC 137. // Marcus Aurelius / Roma holding Victory. RSC 341. // Commodus / Pietas and child. RSC 574a. Average good VF. An attractive selection of 1st and 2nd century denariL 6 pieces. ($250) 1633. Lot of six AR Denarii. Includes: Vespasian. Eagle on altar. RSC 121. // Domitian. Minerva. RSC 245. // Nerva. Aequitas. RSC 3. // Trajan. Virtus. RSC 193. //Trajan. Mars. RSC 228. // Hadrian. Fortuna. RSC 762. All toned F-VF, few with porosity and/or verdigris. Nice lot for the beginner. 6 coins totaL ($ 100) 1634. Lot of seven AR and JE. JE Litra. Apollo / Horse. Crawford 26/3. //Q. Caecilius Metellus. JE Quadrans. Cr. 256/4a. / / 1 1 Claudius Nero. AR Denarius. Cr. 383/1. // LHostilius Sasema. AR Denarius. Cr. 448/lb. // Pompey. JE As. Cr. 479/1. //Philip Ε AR Antoninianus. RSC 72. //Galerius, Caesar. Radiate Fraction RICVI 16(Heraclea). Average Fine to VF.Somescarcertypes.7pieces.($175) 1635. Lot of five JΕ Semis and Quadrans. Augustus. Quadrans. Lamia, Silius Aimius. RIC 420. // Puldier, Taurus, Regulus. RIC 424. // Apronius, Gaius, Messalla, Sisenna. RIC 458. //Claudius. Quadrans. RIC 85. //Nero. Semis of Lugdunum. RIC 562 // Plus two small Greek JE. Sicily, Syracuse. //Judaea, Agrippa L Average Fine to VF. 7 pieces total. ($100) 1636. Lot of eight Julio-Claudian /E. Augustus. Asses (2-altar of Lugdunum; SC). // Tiberius. Asses (2-Livia; SC). // Gaius Caligula. As (Vesta). // Claudius. Sestertius (Spes). //Nero. Asses (2-temple of Janus). Average Fair to Fine 8 pieces. ($250) 1637. Lot of nine JE. Titus. As (Pax). // Domitian. As (Moneta). // Nerva. As (Liberias). // Hadrian. Sestertius (Hilaritas). //Marcus Aurelius. Sestertius (Victory). // Commodus. Sestertius (emperor in quadriga). // Caracalla. As (radiate lion). // Trebonianus Gallus. As (Viitus). // Volusian. Sestertius (temple). Average Fair to Fine. Some better reverse types. 9 pieces. ($150) 1638. Lot of twenty AR Denarii. A 2nd Century type set Trajan (4 coinsdifferent bust types andreverses,including Trajan's column). // Hadrian (5 ooins-different bust types). // Sabina. // Antoninus Pius. // Diws Antoninus. // Diva Faustina Sr. //Marcus Aurelius, Caesar. // Marcus Aurelius. // Faustina Jr. (2 coins). // Lucius Veius. // Lucilla. // Commodus. Average Fine to VF, some with encrusted dirt A good beginner's lot. 20 pieces. ($400) 1639. Lot of twenty AR Denarii. Trajan (13 coins). // Hadrian (7 coins). All differentreversetypes. Average Fair to VF, several corroded. 20 pieces. ($250)

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1640. Lot of twenty-one AR Denarii. Sabina (3 coins). // Antoninus Pius (3 coins). // Diva Faustina Sr. (5 cans). // Marcus Aurelius, Caesar. // Marcus Aurelius (4 coins). // Faustina Jr. (2 coins). // Commodus (3 coins). All different reverse types. Average Fair to Fine, several corroded and/or dirty. 21 pieces. ($250)

1652. Lot of four JE Sestertii. Includes: Julia Soaemias, RIC IV 402 (Elagabalus) //Julia Mamaea, RICIV 701 (Severus Alexander)//Otacilia Severa, RIC IV 203 (Philip I) // Heramia Elmsdlla, RIC IV 136b (Trajan Decius). The Julia Soaemias has been heavily smoothed, others are decent F-VF. 4 pieces. ($ 150)

1641. IM of six /Ε. Dupondius. Nerva / Libertas. RIC 101.//Sestertius. Faustina Jr. / Juno. RIC 1646. // As. Maximinus / Victoiy. RIC 69.// Sestertius. Philip I / Aequitas. RIC 166a.//Sestertius. Trajan Decius/GenDlvrici RIC 116. //Sestertius. Trebonianus Gallus / Emperor sacrificing. RIC 100. Average VF. 6 pieces. ($100)

1653. Gordian ΙΠ. Lot of four AR. Antoninianii: Mars. RIC 145. // Providentia. RIC 148. //Denarii: Salus. RIC 129a. //Venus. RIC 131. Average good VF. ($150) 1654. Lot of twenty-nine AR Antoninianii. Gordian ΠΙ (6 coins). // Philip I (5 coins). // Otacilia Severa. // Trajan Decius. // Herennia Etruscilla (2 coins). // Trebonianus Gallus (4 coins). // Volusian. // Valerian (7 coins). // Macrianus. // Quietus. All different reverse types. Average fine to VF, some enctusted, Macrianus and Quietus corroded. 29 pieces. ($350)

1642. Lot of five JE Asses and one Dupondius. Includes: Trajan. Dupondius. RIC Π 428 // Sabina. As. RIC Π 1024 (Hadrian) // Crispina. As. RIC m 675 (Commodus) //Maximus. As. RIC IV 7b (Maximinus) //Trajan Decius. As. RIC IV 120a//Trebonianus Gallus. As. RICIV 114b. Average fine. 6 pieces total. ($200) 1643. Faustina Jr. Lot of two JE Sestertii. (26.47 gm). Draped bust right, wearing circlet of pearls / Salus seated left, feeding snake wrapped round altar. RIC ΙΠ 1668a (Aurelius). VF, dark green patina. // (23.34 gm). Draped and diademed bust right/Same as preceding. RIC ΙΠ 1668 (Aurelius). VF, daik green-brown patina, some smoothing // Also: Diva Faustina Sr. JE Sesteitàis. Ceres. RIC ΠΙ 1128 (Pius). VF, daik green patina but probably re-patinated. Three coins in lot total ($ 150) 1644. Lot of four JE. Diva Faustina I. Sestertius. RIC ΠΙ 1118. // FoUes of Diocletian / Caithago. RIC VI31 a (Carthage). // Constantine I /Sarmatia Devicta. RIC VH435 (Trier).//DivoConstantine/Quadriga. LRBC 1454 (Alexandria). Average VF, better types. 4 pieces. ($100) 1645. Lot of twenty JE, mostly Sestertii. Trajan.// Hadrian (2 coins). I I Antoninus Pius (5 crans). // Faustina Sr. (2 coins). // Marcus Aurelius. // Faustina Jr. // Lucius Veras (3 coins). // Commodus (2 coins). // Crispina (2 coins). // Severas Alexander Some better types, but in low grade. Average Good. 20 pieces. ($150) 1646. Lot of twenty-one AR Denarii. A 3rd Century type set Clodius Albinus. // Septimius Severas (2 coins). // Julia Domna. // Caracalla, Caesar. // Caracalla (3 coins-child, youth and mature portrait). // Plautilla. // Geta, Caesar (2 coins-child and youth portraits). //Macrinus (2 coins-long beard and short beard types). // Diadumenian. // Elagabalus. //Julia Maesa. //Severus Alexander (2 coins). // Julia Mamaea. // Maximinus. // Gordian IIL Average Fine to VF, many with encrusted dirt, the scarcer types (Albinus, Macrinus, Diadumenian) affected by porosity, scratches etc. A good comprehensive lot for the collector. 21 pieces. ($750) 1647. Lot of twenty Severan AR Denarii. Septimius Severas (11 coins). // Julia Domna (4 ooins). // Caracalla (3 coins). // Geta, Caesar (2 coins). All differentreversetypes. Average Fine or a little better, many with encrusted diit 20 pieces. ($250) 1648. Lot of twenty-eight 3rd Century AR Denarii. Septimius Severas (3 coins). //Caracalla (17 coins). //Geta, Caesar. // Elagabalus (2 coins). //Severas Alexander. //Maximinus (3 coins). //Gordian ΙΠ AU differentreversetypes. Average Fine to VF, many with encrusted dirt porosity and flan cracks. 28 pieces. ($300) 1649. Lot of ten AR Denarii. Sepumius Severus (4 coins). //Caracalla (2 coins). // Geta, Caesar. // Elagabalus. // Severas Alexander. // Gordian HL No duplication of reveisetypes. Average VF. lOpieces. ($200) 1650. Lot of five AR Denarii. Geta Caesar/Nobilitas. RSC 90. //Julia Maesa / Pietas. RSC 29. //Severas Alexander/Emperor sacrificing. RSC 289. //Maximinus / Victory. RSC 99. // Gordian ΙΠ / Jupiter. RSC 113. Average VF. 5 pieces. ($150) 1651. Lot of twenty 3rd Century JE Sestertii. Severas Alexander (2 crans). // Julia Mamaea (2 coins). // Maximinus (3 coins). // Gordian ΠΙ (7 coins). // Philip I (6 coins). Average Fine or better, most heavily encrasted. 20 pieces. ($250)

1655. Lot of ten AR Antoninianii. Philip I (5 cans). // Otacilia Severa. // Philip Π, Caesar. // Trajan Decius (2 coins-Genius Exerc Dlvriciani and Dada). // Volusian. No duplication of reverse types. Average VF. lOpieces. ($150) 1656. Lot of eighteen Antoninianii. Valerian L // Gallienus (4 coins). // Salonina. // Claudius IL // Quintillus (small flan). // Aurelian (5 coins). // Severina. // Probus (4 coins). No duplication of reverse types. Average VF to EF. Good variety. 18 pieces. ($300) 1657. Lot of forty late Antoninianii. Gallienus (6 coins). //Salonina (2 coins). // Claudius Π (7 coins). // Aurelian (6 coins). // Severina (2 coins). // Aurelian and Vabalathus. // Probus (10 coins). // Carus (5 coins). // Carinus. Average Fair to VF, some encrusted and corroded. 40 pieces. ($200) 1658. Lot of twenty-nine late Antoninianii. Includes: Postumus (2) // Victorinus (3) // Claudius Gothicus (7) // Tetricus // Aurelian (3) // Severina // Tacitus (4) // Carus (2)//Numerian//Carinus(2)//Diodetian//Carausks//Maximianus. Average VF, a good mix of rulers. 29 pieces. ($300) 1659. Lot of thirteen late Antoninianii. Postumus (3 coins-different reverse types). //Victorinus. //Tetricus L //Tacitus. // Cams. // Carinus, Caesar. // Carinus. // Carausius. // Allectus (Quinarius). // Diocletian. // Maximianus. Average VF or better. 13 pieces. ($250) 1660. Lot of four Antoninianii. Postumus / Moneta. RIC 75. // Aurelian / Vabalathus. RIC 381. // Probus / Emperor and Jupiter, H/XXL RIC 922. // Diocletian / Jupiter, B. RIC 35. // Plus Philip L Tetradrachm of Antioch. BMC. 521. Average VF. 5 pieces total ($125) 1661. Lot of five late Antoninianii. Includes: Marius / Victory. RIC V pt.2,17 // Victorinus / Victory. RIC V pt.2,76 var. (bust with spear and shield left) // Probus / Pax. RIC V pt.2,713 (Siscia) //Carinus / Aequitas. RIC V pt.2,212 //Maximianus / Salus. RIC V pt.2,422. All coins are good VF with verdigris, heavy in places. 5 pieces. ($100) 1662. Lot of forty-two Antoninianii of Aurelian and Vabalathus. RIC V pt 1, 381. Most, if not all, from one hoatd, with original hoard patina and encrusted dirt. Average Fine to VF, some may be better. 42 pieces. ($500) 1663. Lot of fourteen Antoninianii of the Tetrarchs. Diocletian (7 coins). // Maximianus (5 cans). //Galerius, Caesar (2 coins). Average Fine to VF, dirty. 14 pieces. ($100) 1664. Lot of twenty JE Folles of the Tetrarchs. Diocletian. // Maximianus (4 coins). //Constantius I, Caesar (3 coins). //Galerius (3 coins). // Galeria Valeria. // Maximinus Π, Caesar (2 coins). //Maximinus Π (4 coins). // Licinius L (2 coins). All eastern mints; Siscia, Heraclea, Thessalonica, Nicomedia, Cyzicus, Antioch. Average Fine to VF, some diity. 20 pieces. ($300) 1665. Lot of sixteen 4th Century JE Folles. Maximianus (2). //Constantius I (2). /I Galerius, Caesar (2). I I Galerius, Augustus. // Maxentius. I I Constantine I (2). // Licinius L // Constantius Π, Caesar. I I Constans (2). I I Constantius IL // Anonymous of Antioch. AverageFairto VF. 16pieces. ($100)

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1666. Lot of ten JE Folles of Maximinus Π, Constantine I and Licinius I. Maximinus Π / Genius. Nicomedia. RIC VI 66c; 71b. // Constantine I / Jupiter. Nicomedia. RIC VH 12. // Licinius I / Jupiter. Siscia. RIC VH 17. // Licinius I / Jupiter. Thessalonica. RIC VI2 (2 cans). // Licinius I / Jupiter. Heraclea. RIC VI6 (4 coins). Average EF, with silvering. From a hoard. lOpieces. ($300) 1667. Lot of fourteen Late Roman JE Folles, mostly time of Constantine. Maximianus. I I Maximinus Π (2 coins). // Divo Constantius 11 I Licinius I (2 cans). I I Helena (2 coins). I I Theodora. // Crispus (2 coins). // Delmatius. // Constantine Π, Caesar. // Constantius Π, Caesar. Average VF. Better types. 14 pieces. ($200) 1668. Lot of ten Late Roman JE Folles of Constantine I. Reverse types of Sol· VOT XXX, Constantiniana Dafne (2 coins), Saimatia Devicta. Various mints, including London (2 coins) and Ostia. Includes an issue for Fausta, Siscia mint. Average VF to EF. Some better types, should be examined. lOpieces. ($200) 1669. Lot of thirty-five JE Folles of the time of Constantine I. Iirinius L (4 coins). I I Licinius Π, Caesar (6 coins). // Constantine L (21 coins). I I Helena (4 coins). FuU range of mints and reverse types, including Romae Aetemae reverse for Constantine. Average fine to VF, some dirty or corroded. Interesting lot, should be examined. 35 pieces. ($300) 1670. Lot of eight JE Folles and fractions of Constantine I. Includes coins from London (2)//Trier (3)//R0me//Aries//Constantinople. All VF. 8 pieces. ($125) 1671. Lot of five Constantinian Commemorative JE. Circa 330-335 AD. Bust of Constantinopolis / Victory on Prow. CONSIA. LRBC 1009. // ·CONSZ·. LRBC 1023. // S MKS (pearl diadem). LRBC 1233. // SMKS (laureate). LRBC 1234. // SMANL LRBC 1360. Average good VF. 5 pieces. ($125) 1672. Lot of thirty-six /E of the family of Constantine I. DV Constantine I (4 coins). // Urbs Roma (3 coins). // Crispus (5 coins). // Constantine Π. Caesar (7 coins). // Constans (5 coins). // Constantius Π (10 coins). // Constantius Gallus. // Julian Π A good variety of mints and reverse types. Average Fine to VF or better, some dirty or corroded. Interesting lot, should be examined. 36 pieces. ($300) 1673. Lot of thirty-three late Roman bronzes. Includes: Constantius I (2) // Galeria Valeria // Maximinus Π // Constantine I // Crispus (4) // Constantine Π (4) // Licinius // Liciiiius Π (2) // Caistantius (2) // Constans // Helena // Fausta // Delmatius // Constantinopolis (2) // Urbs Roma // Magnentius // Decentius //Julian Π // Valens // Gratian // Theodosius I (2) // Byzantine bronze of Leo VL Average Good to Very Fine, seme with porosity. 33 pieces. ($300) 1674. Lot of ten late Roman JE. Constantius Π //Constantius Gallus (2 coins). // Magnentius (2 coins-one Amiens mint). // Decentius (Amiens mint). // Julian. // Theodosius L //Arcadius. //Theodosius Π Average VF. Some attractive and scarce types. lOpieces. ($150) 1675. Lot of twenty-five late Roman JE. Valentinian I (2 coins). // Gratian. // Theodosius I (3 cans). // Aelia Flacilla. I I Arcadius (4 coins). I I Eudoxia (holed). // Honorius (9 coins). //Theodosius Π (3 cans). //Zeno. Good variety ofreversetypes. Average Fair to Fine, some encrusted. 25 pieces. ($200) 1676. Lot of fourteen Greek and Roman Provincial small JE, all from the Lindgren collection. Thrace, Byzantion. Geta. L770. //Severus Alexander. L771. //JuliaMamaea. L773.//Gallienus. L775.//Mysia,Lampsakos.4thCentu1y BC. L 253. // Aeolis, Kyme. 3rd Century BC. L.396. // 2nd-l st Century BC. L.399. // Ionia, Ephesos. 2nd century BC. L452,454,456. // Eiythrae. 2nd-lst BC. L490. // Klazomenai. 4th Century BC. L 434, 436. //Miletos. 4th Century BC. L.513. Average Fair to Fine. 14pieces. ($300)

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1678. Lot of eleven JE and AR. Moesia, Viminiacium. Trebonianus Gallus. // Thrace, Imbros. 2nd Century AD. I I Corinth. Plancus and Labeo Ilvirs (2 types). // Bithynia, Nicaea. Gallienus (city view). I I Pisidis, Antioch. Trajan Decius. // Cilicia, Ο Iba. Marcus Aurelius. //Syria, Antioch. Trajan. //Syria. Hierapolis. Caracalla. AR Tetradrachm. // Plus two small unidentifed JE. Average Fair to VF. Some better types, should be examined. 11 pieces. ($200) 1679. CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Lot of forty-six AR Hemidrachms. Nero. // Vespasian (6 cans). // Titus (2 coins). // Trajan. // Hadrian (36 coins). Mostly Nike reverses, but also Mt. Argaeus and club types. Possibly a hoard. // Plus four other Caesarea AR. Trajan. Drachm. // Trajan. Tridrachm. // Hadrian. Didrachm. //Julia Domna. Drachm. The hemidrachms harshly cleaned and corroded, the others Fair to Fine. 50 coins total· ($200) 1680. PISIDIA, Antioch. Lot of twenty JE. Septimius Sevems.//Julia Domna. I I Caracalla. // Geta (2 coins). // Gordian ΠΙ (3 coins). I I Philip I (2 coins). // Philip Π I I Trajan Decius. I I VcJusian (3 cans). // Gallienus (2 coins).// Plus three other late emperors. Reverses include Nike, Tyche, emperor on horseback, emperor in quadriga, wolf and twins, and standards. Average Fine or a little better, many are dirty and encrusted. A good assortment of this city's types. 20 pieces. ($200) 1681. SYRIA. Lot of eighteen billon Tetradrachms. Antioch. Elagabalus (9 coins). // Gordian ΙΠ (3 coins). // Philip I. // Trajan Decius (2 coins). // Herennius Etruscus. // Emisa. Macrinus. // Heliopolis. Macrinus. All with eagle reverse. Average Fine to VF, many with porosity. 18 pieces. ($250) 1682. Lot of twenty-five JE of Syria and Mesopotamia. Includes Augustus with SC, CA and AVGVSTVS reverses (10 cans). //Antioch. Claudius. //Nero (2 coins). // Trajan (2 cans). // Caracalla (3 coins). // Commagene. Tiberius. // Laodicia. Trajan. //Mesopotamia. Edessa (4 coins). //Nisibis. Average Fine, many are dirty and encnisted. 25 pieces. ($250) 1683. Lot of twenty-five billon and polin Tetradrachms of Alexandria. Otho. // Trajan // Hadrian (3). // Antoninus Pius. // Severus Alexander // Maximinus. // Philip I (3). //Salonina.//Claudius Gothicus (2).//Aurelian (2). //Probus (2). //Caius (2, one posthumous). // Maximianus (2). // Plus three uncertain emperors. The scarcer types and emperors in lesser grades. Average Fair to VF. 25 pieces. ($200) 1684. Lot of ten AR and JE. Kushans. JE 25mm. Kadphises Π. // Pamphylia, Perga. JE 29mm. Salonina / Nike. // Alexandria. Potin Drachms. Probus / Eagle; year 7 // Maximianus / Nike; year 3. // Maximianus / Eirene; year 8. // Roman. Denarius. Hadrian / Libertas. // Denarius. Antoninus Pius / Implements. // Folles. Maximinus Π/Genius; Alexandria. //Maxentius /Temple; Aquileia. // Byzantine. Follis. Justin Π //Nicomedia, year 9. Average Fine to VF. lOpieces. ($150) 1685. ARMENIA. Lot of two. Hetoum Π. JE Kardez. King / Floreate cross. Bed. 1605ff. // Levon ΠΙ. AR Takvorin. King on horseback / Lion. Bed. 1755. // Plus Seljuks. Kay Khusru HL AR Dirhem. Year 682? Lulueh mint Cf. MWI1001. Average VF. 3 pieces total· ($ 100) 1686. INDIA. Lot of four JE. Ganapati Naga. JE 10mm. MACW 4739. // Satavanas? 1/2 Karshapana? cf. MACW 4938. // Bombay. 1807. Pice. KM 203.//Phis an uncertain countermarked square JE. Average Fine. 4 pieces. ($65) 1687. Lot of four Islamic AR. Dirhems (3). Year AH 98. Wasit mint. // AH 110. Wasit. // AH 181. Madinat al Salam. // Ottoman. Abdul Hamid Π 25mm Medal· AH 1314. Average VF, the last holed. 4 pieces. ($65) 1688. Lot of three Islamic AR. Mongols. Ghengis Kahn. Dirhem. Khwarezm series. MWI 1495. //Ottomans. Mehmed I. AH 806. Akche. Bursa mint. MWI 1240. //Mehmed Π Firstreign.AH 848. Akche. Edime Mint. MWI 1246. Three better types. Average VF, usual strikes. 3 pieces. ($100)

1677. Lot of seven Roman Provincial JE. Thrace, Byzantion. Maximus. 19mm BMC 106. // Bithynia, Prusas. Trebonianus Gallus. 24mm. BMC 41. //Mysia, Lampsakos. Augustus. BMC 79. // Caracalla. 30mm. Zeus enthroned. BMC- / Mysia, Parion. Maximus. 14mm. Founder plowing. BMC-. //Ionia, Ephesos. Caracalla. 34mm. emperor on horseback. BMC-. // Ephesos. Elagabalus. 28mm. SNG von Aulock 1906/1907. Average Fair to Fine. 7 pieces. ($150) 1 4 8


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1689. Lot of 18 pieces of AR "Bullet money" from Thailand. Ayudhya Dynasty. Circa 1350-1767, and Bangkok Dynasty. 1782-1868. Weights from 1/16 baht (0.97 gm) to 1 baht (15.21 gm). Stamped symbols include early Ayudhya conch shell (cf. MNI2714), later wheel and lotus (cf. MWI2866), Bangkok prasat (temple) (cf. MNI 2877), bai malum (bale frail) (cf. MNI 2879), Mongkut (crown) (cf. MNI 2886), pra tao (waterpot) (cf. MNI 2891). //Plus an AR "fish hook" latin from Ceylon, ex Sylvester collection. Interesting lot 19 pieces total ($200)

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2012. Baldwin, Agnes. The Electrum Coinage of Lampsakos. (New York1914). 34 pages, 2 plates, 8vo. Still a standardreferenceon this rare coinage. Paper covers. New but covers chipping. ($30) 2013. Baldwin Brett, Agnes. A Catalogue of Greek Coins, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (New Yoik, 1974 reprint of Boston, 1955 original). 340 pp., 115plales describing 2348 coins, appendices, 4to. Brown casebound with dust cover (torn). A nice fine copy. ($150)

1690. Lot of eleven hammered English AR. John. Penny. Seaby 1352.//Edward L Penny of Canterbury. S. 1419. // Edward IL Pennies of London and Canterbury. S. 1460,1466. // Henry VL Halfgroat, annulet issue. S. 1840. // Henry VEL Groat, mm: lis. S.2377E. // Elizabeth L 1568 Sixpence. S.2562. //Shilling, mm: crescent. S.2577. //James L Shilling, mm: key. S.2656. //1621 Sixpence. S.2670. //Charles L Tower mint Shilling, mm: star. S. 2793. Average Fair to Fine. The Charles VF for type, said to be ex Pontefract hoard. 11 pieces. ($150)

2014. Bedoukian, Paul Z. Coinage of the Artaxiads of Armenia. (London1978). 81 pages, 8 plates. A Royal Numismatic Society publication. Hard cover. New. ($35)

1691. Lot of six modern cast copies of Roman coins. Republic Anonymous Denarius // Caligula / Three sisters. Sestertius. // Vespasian / Titus and Domitian. Sestertius. // Trajan / Circus Maximus. Sestertius. // Trajan / Danubian bridge. Sestertius. // Septimius Severus /Mars. Medallion. Good study collection, but not deceptive. 6 pieces. ($75)

2016. Bellinger, Alfred R. The Syrian Tetradrachms of Caracalla and Macrinus. (New York-1981 reprint of New York-1941 original). 116pages, 16 plates. Brown casebound. A very fine copy. ($25)

NUMISMATIC LITERATURE TITLES ON GREEK NUMISMATICS 2001. Allen, D.F. The Coins of the Ancient Celts. (Edinburgh University Press, 1980). xi, 265 pages, 41 plates. Black cloth wilh dust cover. A very fine copy. ($25) 2002. Anthony, John. Collecting Greek Coins. (London and New York, 1983). (8), 301 pp., illustrations throughout text, 12mo. Printed card covers. A very fine copy. ($15) 2003. Amold-Biucchi, Carmen. The Randazzo Hoard 1980 and Sicilian Chronology in the Early Fifth Century B.C. ANS Numismatic Studies No. 18. (New York, 1990). 77 pages, 20 plates, 8vo. Red cloth. A very fine copy. ($45) 2004.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

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2005. Askew, Gilbert. A Catalogue of Greek Coins. (B. A. Seaby, London, 1951). 124 pages, line drawings throughout, small 8vo. Printed paper covers. A very good copy. ($8)

2015. Bellinger, Alfred R. Essays On The Coinage Of Alexander The Great. (New York, 1979 reprint of 1963 original). ANS Numismatic Studies No. 11. 132 pages, 3 plates, 1 map. Brown casebound. New copy. ($30)

2017.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy but the book is warped. ($20)

2018. Bishop, J. David and R Ross Holloway. Wheaton College Collection of Greek and Roman Coins. (Ancient Coins in North American Collections Published by The American Numismatic Society. No. 3. New York, 1981). (10), 32 pp., 32 plates, 450 coins, 8vo. Orange casebound. A nice fine copy. ($20) 2019. [BMC-GREEK]. Gardner, Percy. A Catalogue of The Greek Coins in the British Museum. Volume IV: Seleucid Kings of Syria. (New York, Durst 1983 reprint of London, 1878 original), xxxix, 126 pp., 28 plates, tables, indices, 8vo. Blue casebound. A new copy. ($35) 2020. [BMC-GREEK]. Gardner, Percy. A Catalogue of The Greek Coins in the British Museum. Volume VI: Thessaly to Aetolia. (London, 1883 original), lviii, 234 pp., indices, 8vo. No {dates. Blue buckram. Good copy, pp. 161-208 loose, paper brown and slightly brittle. ($50) 2021. [BMC-GREEK]. Head, Barclay V. A Catalogue of The Greek Coins in the British Museum. Volume XVIH: Caria, Cos, Rhodes, &c. (Bologna, 1964 reprint of London, 1897 original), cxviii, 325 pp., 45 plates, fold-out map, tables, indices, 8vo. Blue casebound. A nice fine copy. ($60)

2006. Babelon, Ernest. Les Origines De La Monnaie A Athènes. (Chicago1979 reprint of Athens-1905 original). 92 pages. Hard cover. A very fine copy.

2022. Cahn, Herbert A. Die Münzen Der Sizilischen Stadt Naxos. (Verlag Birkhäuser, Basel, 1944 original). 168 pages, 12fineplates, 8vo. Original card covers. A die study for this important mint and the standard reference on the series. Minor chipping on cover. Very good copy. ($40)

2007. Babelon, Jean. Catalogue De La Collection De Luynes. Monnaies Greques. Part IV. Syrie, Égypte, Cyrénaïque, Mauritanie, Zeugitane, Numidie. (Paris, 1936 by !·!orange and Ciani). Two volumes (one of ttrxl and one of {dates). 146 pp., 37 fine plates wilh original cloth-backed folder. Printed card covers for text, rubbed on edges, text unopened, 8vo. Fine set. ($90)

2023. Cahn, Herbert A. The Coins of the Sicilian City of Naxos. (Chicago1978 reprint of Basel-1944 original). 166 pages, 12 plates. A die study for this important mint and the standard reference on the series. Text in German. Blue casebound. Afinecopy. ($30)

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2008. Baldwin, Agnes. Facing Heads On Ancient Greek Coins. (New York, 1982 reprint of New York, 1914 ANS edition ). 25.5 χ 18 cm., 23 pp., 4plates. Paper covers. Very fine copy. ($10) 2009. Baldwin, Agnes. Symbolism on Greek Coins. (New Yotk-1977 reprint of articlefromAJN 49, New Yotk-1915). 112 pages, 6 plates, passim line drawings. Blue leatherette. A very fine copy. ($20) 2010.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

2024. Cahn, Herbert. Monnaies Grecques Archaïques. (Bale, 1947). 31 pp., 36 plates of enlarged photos, map. Text in French. Paper covers. Nice fine copy.

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2025. Carradice, Ian and Martin Price. Coinage In The Greek World. (Seaby, London, 1988). 154 pp., 24 plates, small 8vo. Red casebound with dust cover. Fine copy. ($20) 2026.

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2011. Baldwin, Agnes. The Electrum and Silver Coins of Chios. (Chicago1979 reprint of New Yoik-1915 original). 60 pages, 7 double plates. White buckram. Afinecopy. ($20)

Another copy as above. Fine copy.

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2027. Comstock, Mary and Vermeule, Cornelius. Greek Coins, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. (Boston-1964). 78 pages, 30plates, 8vo. A supplement to Agnes Baldwin Brett's original catalog of the museum's coins. Tan card covers. A fine copy. ($10)

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2029. Curtis, Colonel James W. TheTetradradims of Roman Egypt (Chicago, 1957). 187 pages, illustrated in text 12mo. Hardbound. Some find this edition useful because it includes the grades of all the Curtis coins. A nice fine copy. ($25) 2030. Curtis, Colonel James W. TheTetradradims of Roman Egypt (Chicago, 1969). xxiv, 172 pages, 11 plates, small 8vo. Green cloth. A fine copy. ($20) 2031. Dattari, Giovanni. Monete Imperial! Grechi. Numi Augg(ustorum) Alexandrini. Catalogo della Collezione G. Dattari. (Undated Fomi reprint of Cairo, 1901 original). Onginal two volumes in one. xii, 472 pages, 37 plates, 4to. The definitive collection of Alexandrian coinage and a must for any serious collector. Text in Italian. Brown cloth. Front hinge beginning to break (could be repaired), intemally fine. ($110) 2032. Davis, Norman and Cohn M Kraay. The Hellenistic Kingdoms. Portrait Coins and History. (Thames and Hudson Ltd, Lonelon, 1980 eeiition). 296 pp., 212 illustrations, 2 maps, glossary and bibliography, 8vo. Brown casebound with ehist cover. A fine copy. ($25) 2033. Davis, Norman. Greek Coins & Cities. (Spink & Son Ltd., London, 1967). 221 pp., photographs and blow-ups throughout 8vo. Illustrated from the collection at the Seattle Art Museum. Brown cloth with dust cover. Very fine copy. ($30) 2034. De La Tour, Henri. Atlas of the Ancient Coins of France (Atlas de Monnaies Gauloises) with an Introduction to the Coinage of Andent France by Barclay V. Head (from Historia Numorum, pp. 7-10). (Chicago, 1976 reprint of Paris, 1892 edition). 4 pages, 55 plates, 2 maps. Still a standardreferencefor such areas as Danubian Celtic coinage. Red casebound. A fine copy. ($15) 2035.

Another copy as above. Brown hard cover. A fine copy.

($15)

2036. De Rouge, J. and Feuardent F. The Coinages of The Nomes and Prefectures of Roman Egypt (Chicago-1979reprintfrom La Revue Numismatique, 1869-1870, Vol. XIV). 123 pages with line drawings throughout. Text in French. Hardbound. A very fine copy. ($20) 2037. Florance, Dr. A. Geographic Lexicon of Greek Coin Inscriptions. (Chicago, 1966 reprint of : Tableaux synoptiques des ethniques des villes et peuples grecs, Paris, 1903). 104 pages, 4 maps, narrow 8vo. Printed paper covers. A fine copy. ($15) 2038. Forrer, L Notes Sur Les Signatures de Graveurs Sur Les Monnaies Grecques. (Brussels, 1906 original), iv, 381 pages, 4 plates. Hardbound. Spine faded, light robbing on edges. A fine copy. ($65) 2039. Forrer, Leonard. Descriptive Catalogue of the Collection of Greek Coins Formed by Sir Hermann Weber M.D. 1823-1918. (New York, 1975 reprint of London, 1922-1929 originals.). Three volumes. 377,579 & 996 pages, 317 plates total. Thick octavo. One of the best collections of Greek coins ever foimed. Out of print Red casebound. Very fine seL ($225) 2040. Forrer, Leonard. Portraits of Royal Ladies On Greek Coins. (Chicago, 1969 reprint of an article from The Numismatic Chronicle, 1938). viii, 72 pp., Ă&#x153;lustrations in text small 8vo. Gray casebound. Fine copy. ($15) 2041. Franke, Peter R. and Max Hirmer. Die Griechische MĂźnze. (Munich, 1972). 176 pages plus plates of over 800 coins, most enlarged and many in color. This German edition has the same outstaneling plates as Kraay and Hirmer's, Greek Coins, and they are the most beautiful books ever published on Greek coins. Both are out of print and the English edition has sold for area $600recently.Gray cloth with dust cover (frayed). Fine copy. ($200)

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2042. Gardner, Percy. The Coins of the Greek and Scythic Kings of Bactria and India in The British Museum. (Chicago, 1966 reprint of London, 1886 original). lxxvi, 193 pp., 32 plates. Red cloth with dust cover. Veiy good copy. ($15) 2043. Gardner, Percy. The Types of Greek Coins. An Archaeological Essay. (Cambridge: At The University Press, 1883 original), viii, 218 pp., (3), 16fine plates with descriptive text opposite. Folio. Original green cloth, gilt The original edition of this still useful work. Front and back hinges broken, stain on back cover, tear at top of spine, light foxing on first and last page. Internally a fine copy. ($ 100) 2044. Greenwell, W. The Electrum Coinage of Cyzicus. (London and Paris, 1887). iv, 132 pages, 5 plates, large 12mo. Green casebound, gilt A nice fine copy. Scarce. ($50) 2045. Grose, S(idney) W(illiam). Fitzwilliam Museum. Catalogue of the McClean Collection of Greek Coins. (Cambridge, At The University Press, 19231929). Three volumes complete, x, (2), 380 pp., 111 plates; (6), 563 pp., 137 plates; vi, 507 pp., 132 plates. Thick octavo. Original blue cloth, top edge gilt. A very fine set The plates are far superior to the reprint. ($1250) 2046. Grose, S(idney).W(illiam). Fitzwilliam Museum, Catalogue of the McClean Collection of Greek Coins. (Chicago-1979 reprint of Cambridge, 19231929 originals). Three volumes complete, x, (2), 380 pp.. Ill plates; (6), 563 pp., 137 plates; vi, 507 pp., 132 plates. Thick 8vo. A standard reference seL Red cloth. Nice fine set. ($200) 2047. Head, Barclay V. Historia Numorum: A Manual of Greek Numismatics. (Oxfotd-1887 original edition), lxxix, (1), 807 pp., tables of alphabets, illustrations in text, thick 8vo. Brown quarter leather, gilt. Binding weak andfirst208 pages loose but not separated. A good copy in need of rebinding. ($50) 2048. 1 lead, Barclay V. Historia Numorum: A Manual of Greek Numismatics. (Chicago, 1967reprintof Oxford-1911 edition), lxxxviii, 966pp., tables erf alphabets, illustrations in text, thick 8vo. Still a standardreference.Red cloth with dust cover. A nice fine copy. ($50) 2049. Head, Barclay V. Historia Numorum: A Manual of Greek Numismatics. (Chicago, 1967reprinterf Oxford-1911 edition), lxxxviii, 966 pp., tables of alphabets, illustrations in text, thick 8vo. Still a stanelardreference.Red cloth with dust cover. A nice fine copy. ($50) 2050. Head, Barclay V. and J.N. Svoronos. The Illustrations of Historia Numorum. An Atlas of Greek Numismatics. (Chicago, 1968). Edited by Alyce Marie Cresap. 64 pages, 35 plates, 4 tables. Red cloth. Out of print. A nicefinecopy. ($15) 2051. Head, Barclay V. On the Chronological Sequence of the Coins of Ephesus. ("History of the Coinage of Ephesus" stamped on spine and cover.) (Chicago, 1979 reprint of London, 1880 original), vi, 89 pages, 5 plates, 12mo. Brown casebound. Very fine copy. ($15) 2052. Heiss, Aloiss. Atlas of the Ancient Coins of Spain. (Chicago-1976 reprint of Paris-1870). 68 plates with an introduction to the coinage of ancient Spain by Barclay Head excerpted from Historia Numorum. Hard cover. Spine bumped at bottom. A very good copy. ($10) 2053. Hendin, David. Guide To Ancient Jewish Coins. (New York, 1976). 134 pages, 9 plates plus many line drawings in text Catalog of the coins plus historical background. Hardbound with dust jacket A fine copy. ($20) 2054.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($20)

2055. Hendin, David. Guide to Biblical Coins. (New York, 1987). 207 pages, 16 plates, line drawings throughout Over 300 coins described. An excellent overview of this popular collecting area. Blue casebound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($30)

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2056.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

($30)

2072.

Another copy as above. Fine copy.

($10)

2057.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($25)

2073.

Another copy as above. Fine copy.

($10)

2074.

Another copy as above. Fine copy.

($10)

2058. Herbert, Kevin. The John Max Wülfing Collection In Washington University. (Ancient Coins in North American Collections Published by The American Numismatic Society, New York, 1979). (2), 30pp., 22 plates, 437 coins, 8vo. Orange casebound. A very fine copy. ($15) 2059. Hill, G.F. A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Greek Coins Belonging to John Ward E S A . (San Diego, 1967 reprint of London, 1902 original). 164 pages, 22 plates, some photos in text 8vo. Green casebound Catalog of one of the ma jor nineteenth century collections which was acquired by J. Pierpont Morgan and donated to the Metropolitan Museum of Art and now dispersed. Very fine copy.

($20) 2060. Hill, George F(rancis). Select Greek Coins. A Series of Enlargements Illustrated and Described. (librairie Nationale D'Art Et D'Histoire, Paris and Brussels, 1927). 61 pp., (3), 64 fine plates. Folio. Original blue buckram, gilt lettering, top edge gilt Very good copy, covers faded and starting to split at spine. Internally fine. ($125) 2061. Hill, George F. Select Greek Coins. (Chicago, 1974reprinlofParis, 1927 original). 61 pages, 54 plates of enlargements. Red cloth wilh dust cover. A very fine copy. ($20) 2062. Hultsch, F. Die Ptolemaischen Münz - Und Rechnungswerte. (Chicago, 1967 reprint of 1903 original). 60 pages, 8vo, text in German. Green doth. A very good copy. ($10) 2063. Icard, Severin. Dictionary of Greek Coin Inscriptions. (New Yoik, 1979 reprint of Paris, Florange & Ciani, 1929 original). 565 pages, 8vo. Red leatherette. Cover dusty with a few nicks, light foxing to edges of text Afinecopy. ($35)

2075. Kleiner, Fred S. and Noe, Sydney P. The Early Cistophoric Coinage. (New York, 1977) 129 pages, 38 plates, 8vo. Numismatic Studies 14 in the ANS series. The standard work on the cistophoric coinage. Red cloth. A very fine copy. ($40) 2076. Kraay, Colin M. and Max Hirmer. Greek Coins. (New York, 1972). 396 pages, 20 color plates, 220 black and white plates, over 800 coins superbly illustrâted in 1,349 photographs. One of the most beautiful books everpublished on Greek coins. Tan cloth with dust cover. Out of print and rare. Back hinge split, otherwise a vety fine copy. Ex libris. ($450) 2077. Kraay, Colin M. Archaic and Classical Greek Coins. (University of California Press, Berkeley, 1976). xxvi, 390 pp., 64 plates, indices, 8vo. Green cloth with dust cover. This is the definitive "textbook" for the student and collector of Greek coins. This was selling for $175 until the recent reprint was published. A very fine copy. ($130) 2078. Kraay, Colin M. Archaic and Classical Greek Coins. (1993 reprint of 1976 original), xxvi, 390 pp., 64 plates, indices, 8vo. Grey case bound. This is the definitive "textbook" for the student and collector of Greek coins. A high quality reprinL As new. ($85) 2079. Kraay, Colin M. Greek Coins and History: Some Current Probiens. (London and New York, 1969). From Cambridge University : The J.H Gray Memorial Lectures, 1967-68.81 pages, 8 plates. Hardbound. Out of prinL Nicefinecopy, lightly sunned. ($15)

2064. Imhoof-Blumer, F. Zur Griechischen und Römischen Münzkunde. (Undated Fomi reprint of 1908 original). 323 pages, 10 plates. Blue cloth. A fine copy. ($20)

2080. La Tour, Henri de. Atlas De Monnaies Gauloises Préparé Par La Commission De Topographie Des Gaules. (London, 1965 reprint of Paris, Librairie Pion, 1892). (4),iv, (2), 12 pp., 55 engraved plates by L. Dardel. Folio. Green hardbound. A much nicerreprintthan the 1976 or 1991 edition. Minor marks on cover. A fine copy. ($40)

2065. Imhoof-Blumer, Friedrich and Gardner, Percy. Ancient Coins Illustrating Lost Masterpieces of Greek Art (Chicago-1964 reprint of London-1887 original). lxxviii, 176 pages, 38 plates, map, 8vo. A numismatic concordance to Pausanias identifying coins which may depict artwork described by Pausanias. Blue casebound with dust cover. A very good copy. ($15)

2081. Lange, Kurt Götter Griechenlands: Meisterwerke Antiker Münzkunst (Bedin, 1946). 134 pages, 72 nice plates of enlargements. Blue cloth, gilL Cover a littie dirty, spine broken, front hinge almost split, but internally fine. ($20)

2066.

Another copy as above. A veiy good copy.

($15)

2067.

Another copy as above. A very good copy.

($15)

2082. Lindgren, Henry Clay and Frank L Kovacs. Ancient Bronze Coins of Asia Minor and The Levant: The Collection of Henry Clay Lindgren. (San Francisco, 1985). 212pages, 135 plates, indices. This catalogrecords3200+ coins and is especially valuable for the Greek Imperial series. Card cover. A nice fine copy. ($35)

2068. Jameson, Robert. Monnaies Grecques Antiques et Imperiales Romaines. (Chicago-1980 reprint of Paris, 1913-1932 originals). 4 volumes complete. 908 pages, 164 plates, 8vo. A major reference with over 3000 coins described. One of the best collections ever formed. Red leatherette. A very fine set. Ex Libris. ($ 175) 2069. Jenkins, G.K Ancient Greek Coins. (New York, 1972). 310 pages with 635 photographs plus 20 color plates. Octavo. Blue cloth, güt lettering with dust cover. An outstanding book with some of the most beautiful photos of Greek coins ever published. Recentlyreprintedbut the original is still superior: Light fading on dust jacket, else a very fine copy. ($150) 2070. Jenkins, G.K. Coins of Greek Sicily. (London, 1976 reprint of London, 1966 original). 64 pp., 80 individual photographs of coins, 12mo. Black casebound with dust cover. Handbook to one erf the most beautiful series of coinage ever struck. Avery fine copy. ($12) 2071. Klawans, Zander H. An Outline of Ancient Greek Coins. (Racine,Wisconsin; 1964 second edition). 206 pp., illustrated, 12mo. Maroon casebound, gilt. Fine copy. ($10)

2083. Mack, RP. The Coinage of Ancient Britain. (Spink & Son Ltd. and B.A. Seaby Ltd; London, 1975 third edition). 200 pp., 33 plates, 12mo. Blue casebound with dust cover. Dust cover scuffed, but otherwise a fine copy. ($20) 2084. Madden, Frederick W. History of Jewish Coinage, And Of Money in the Old and New Testament (San Diego, 1967 update of 1864 original). 350 pp., line drawings throughout, 8vo. Blue leatherette. As new. ($25) 2085. Maltiel-Gerstenfeld, J. 260 Years of Ancient Jewish Coinage. (Tel Aviv, 1982). 317 pages, 349 coins types described and illustrated, crossreferences.Black leatherette with dust cover. As new copy. ($40) 2086. May, J.M.F. The Coinage of Abdera (540-345 B.C.). Edited by CM. Kraay and G.K Jenkins. (London-1966, RNS Special Publication No. 3). xi, 298 pages, 24 plates, 8vo. Red casebound with dust cover. The standard reference for this coinage, but the chronology has been revised since. Fine copy. ($40) 2087.

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2088. Meshorer, Ya' akov. Jewish Coins of the Second Temple Period. Translated from the Hebrew by LH. Levine. (Am Hassefer, Tel-Aviv, 1967). 183 pp., (1), 32 plates, laige 8vo. Yellow casebound with dust cover (tattered). A fine copy. ($35) 2089. Mildenberg, Leo and Silvia Hurter (Editors). The Arthur S. Dewing Collection of Greek Coins, Ancient Coins in North American Collections No. 6. (New Yak, 1985). 2 volumes (lof text, 1 of plates), 194 pp., 142 plates, 5 indices, 8vo. This two volume woik catalogs 2970 coins of the Dewing collection at Harvard University with an excellent representation of Syracusan decadrachms. Orange cloth, with slip case. A very fine set ($100) 2090.

Anothercopy as above. A very fine set

($100)

2091. Milne, J.G. Catalogue of Alexandrian Coins in the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford. (New Yoik, Durst 1982 reprint of London, 1971 Spink edition). Supplement by Colin M. Kraay. lxviii, 165 pages, 7 plates, fold-out tables, 8vo. A standard reference. Green casebound. As new. ($50) 2092.

Another copy as above. Fine copy.

($30)

2093.

Another copy as above. Fine copy.

($30)

2094. Mini, Adolfo. Monete Antiche Di Bronzo della Zecca di Siracusa. (Palermo, 1977). 191 pages, illustrated throughout. Hardbound with dust jacket and slip case. A nice fine copy. ($30)

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2105. Nash, Daphne. Coinage in the Celtic World. (London, 1987). 153 pages, 24 plates, maps, laige 12mo. Grey casebound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($30) 2106. Newell, Edward T. Royal Greek Portrait Coins. (Racine, Wisconsin, 1937). 125 pages, numerous photographs throughout text An excellent introductory work to this day. Black casebound. Fine copy. ($ 15) 2107.

Another copy as above. Fine copy.

($15)

2108.

Another copy as above. A very good copy.

($12)

2109.

Another copy as above. Yellow casebound. Vety good copy.

($10)

2110. Newell, Edward T. Standard Ptolemaic Silver. (New York, 1969 reprint of 1941 original). 9 pages, 7 plates. Card covers. As new. ($5) 2111. Newell, Edward T. The Coinages of Demetrius Poliorcetes. (Chicago1978 reprint of London-1927 original), xi, 174 pages, 18 plates, 8vo. A standard reference. Red leatherette, gilt As new. ($50) 2112. Newell, Edward T. The Seleucid Mint of Antioch. (Chicago-1978 reprint of New Yotk-1918 original). 151 pages, 13 plates. Still a standard reference even with the appearance of new research. Hard cover. As new. ($50)

2095. Mtchiner, MchaeL Indo-Greek and Indo-Scythian Coinage. Volume 24. (London, 1975). Printed card oovers. Important and difficult to locate. Fine copies. ($75)

2113. Noe, Sydney P. The Coinage of Metapontum, Parts 1 and 2, with additions and corrections by Ann Johnston. (New York, 1984). ix, 120 pages, 44 excellent plates, concordance to SNG. Quarto. Noe's two die studies are combined into one volume. The standard reference for this important coinage. Hard cover. ($40) Vety fine copy, cover a little dirty.

2096. Mitchiner, MichaeL Oriental Coins And Their Values. The Ancient & Classical World, 600 B.C. - A.D. 650. (Hawkins Publications, London, 1978). 760 pp., photographs throughout text. Thick quarto. Blue leatherette. Cover dusty and rubbed at comers. Now out of print and difficult to locate! ($150)

2114. Petrowicz, Alexander Ritter von. Arsaciden-Miinzen. (Graz, Austria, 1968 reprint of Vienna, 1904 original), vi, 206 pages, 25 plates. An early work on Parthian coinage. Green cloth with dust cover Dust jacket slightly yellowed, internally vety fine. ($50)

2097.

Another copy as above. A very good copy.

2098.

Anothercopy as above. A very fine copy but missing pages 401-416. ($75)

2115. Plant, Richard. Greek Coin Types and Their Identification. (London, Seaby-1979). 144 pages, 8vo. Blue casebound. This book consists mostly of line drawings to help the collector in identifying Greek and Greek Imperial coins. A fine copy. ($25)

2099.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy but missing pages 593-608. ($75)

($125)

2116.

2100. M01kholm, Otto and Nancy M. Waggoner. Greek Numismatics and Archaeology. Essays in Honor of Margaret Thompson. (Wetteren, Belgium, 1979). xix, 326 pp., 41 fine plates, frontispice portrait of Thompson, 4to. Green cloth, gilt A compendium of excellent articles including "New and Naeworthy from Roman Alexandria. Pescennius Niger - Diadumenian" by William E. Metcalf and "A Chronology of Eariy Athenian Bronze Coinage ca. 350-250 B.C." by John H. KrolLVeiy Fine copy. ($85) 2101. Müller, L., B.V. Head and Baron A. von Prokesch-Osten. The Coins of Alexander the Great. (Chicago-1981). xxvii, (3), 173 pp., 12mo.card covers. Sections from the works of the authors edited by Al. N. Oikonomides. Partly in French. A very good copy. ($15) 2102. Müller, Ludwig; C.T. Falbe and J. Chr. Lindbeig. The Coinage of Ancient Africa. (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. Hard cover. A very fine copy. ($65) 2103. Narain.AK The Coin Types of the Indo-Greeks. (Chicago, 1968 reprint of 1955 original). 37 pages, printed card covers. A very fine copy. ($8) 2104. Narain, A.K The Indo-Greeks. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962 revised edition). 201 pp., 6 plates, 3 maps, 12mo. Red casebound. A very good copy. ($15)

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($25)

2117. Price, Martin and Waggoner, Nancy. Archaic Greek Silver: The "Asyut" Hoard. (London-Encino, 1975). 143 pages, 32+ 4plates,8vo. One of the most important hoards ever published. Maroon casebound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($25) 2118. Price, Martin J. The Coinage in the Name of Alexander the Great and Philip Arrhidaeus. (Zurich and London, 1991). Two Volumes. 637 pages, 159 fine plates. Red cloth with dust covers, in slip case. The standard reference for years to come. Dust cover a little dirty, otherwise a very fine copy. ($250) 2119. Ratio, Rodolfo. Collection Claudius Côte: Monnaies deThrente. (New Yoik-1975reprintof Lugano, 1929 auction catalog). 42 pages, 19plates,611 lots. An important collection of Tarentine coins. Paper covers. A very fine copy. ($20) 2120.

Another copy as above. First two pages wrinkled, otherwise afinecopy. ($15)

2121. Ravel, Oscar E. Les "Poulains" De Corinthe. (Chicago-1979 reprint of Basel and London, 1936 and 1948 originals). Two volumes in one. 444 pages, 78 plates. The standardreferencefor this series. Blue cloth, gilt. Covers faded and dusty, otherwise internally very fine. ($50) 2122.

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2123. Ravel, OscarE. Numismatique Grecque: Falsifications, Moyens Pour les Reconnaître. (London, 1946 original). 104 pages, 10 plates. Text in French. Hardbound. Cover a little dirty, otherwise afinecopy. ($25)

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2140. Seltman, Charles T. Greek Coins: A History of Metallic Currency and Coinage. (London, 1955Methuen edition). 311 pages with maps, 64 plates, 12mo. An excellent survey. Green casebound. Binding a Utile loose, otherwise internally line. ($20)

2124. Ravel, Oscar E. The Collection of Tarentine Coins Formed by M.P. Viasto. (Chicago, 1977 reprint of London, 1947 original), xii, 196 pages, (3), 53 plates, 8vo. Red leatherette, güL The definitive reference for Tarentine cans. Vety fine copy. ($50)

2141. Seltman, Charles T. Masterpieces of Greek Coinage. (Chicago, 1980 reprint of Oxford, 1949 original). 128 pp., photographs throughout, 4to. Blue cloth. Finecopy. ($15)

2125. Reinach, Théodore. Jewish Coins. Translated by Mary Hill. (Chicago, 1966 reprint). 73 pp., indices, 12plates. Hard cover with dust jacket. As new. ($15)

2142. Seltman, Charies T. The Temple Coins of Olympia. (New York, 1975 reprint of the Cambridge, 1921 edition), χ, 117 pp., 12 plates, large 8vo. Green casebound with dust cover. Nice fine copy. ($30)

2126. Roberts, W. Rhys and Head, Barclay V. The Ancient Boeotians and The Coinage ofBoeotia.(Chicago-1974reprintofLondon-1895 and 1891 originals). Two volumes in one 92 + 99 pages, 6 plates, small 8vo. Robert's section outlines the history and culture and precedes Head's outline of the coinage. Printed card covers. New. ($20)

2143. Sestini, D. Letters Critica. AII'Estcnsore del Libro Intitolato: Catalogue Numorum Veterum Graecorum et latinorum Musei Regis Daniae.Tom.3. in 4. (1816). 23 pages, 8vo. Bound in heavy, dark brown boards. Text is heavily water stained with moderate foxing, though still soft. A good copy. ($20)

2127. Rosen, Jonathan. Archaic Coins. An Exhibition at the J. Paul Getty Museum From the Collection of Jonathan Rosen. (Malibu, 1983). 43 pages, illustiated throughout A catalog of the exhibition of 50 archaic Greek coins. Each is illustrated and enlarged. Printed card covers. A very fine copy. ($15) 2128. Rutter, N.K. Campanian Coinages, 475-380 B.C. (Edinburgh, 1979). viii, 196 pages, 32 plates, 8vo. Brown casebound wilh dust cover A die study for the early coinages of Cumae, Neapolis, Hyria, Nola, the Campani, Phistelia, Allifae, and the Fenserni. The standard reference for these rare coinages. New. ($35) 2129. Rutter, N.K. Greek Coinage. (Shire Publications, 1983). 56 pages, illustrated throughout, 12mo. Printed card covers. A fine copy. ($8) 2130.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

2132. Sear, David R. Greek Coins and Their Values, Volume I: Europe. (London, Seaby-1978). xl, 316 pages, illustrations throughout the text, maps, 8vo. Volume H: Asia and Africa. (London, Seaby-1979). xlviii, 446 pages, 2000 illustrations throughout the text, maps, 8vo. Based on the collections of the British Museum. These are the most recent editions. A very good set. ($75) Another set as above. A very good seL

2145.

Another copy as above. A very fine.

($20)

2146.

Another copy as above. A very fine.

($20)

2147.

Anothercopy as above. A very fine.

($20)

2148. Svoronos, J.N., Editor. Journal International D'Archéologie Numismatique. (Athens, Quatrième Trimestre 1908). Pages 233-327,1 plate, 8vo. Paper covers. Contains 4 articles on Greek numismatics, 2 in Greek and 2 in German. A very good copy. ($20)

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2131. Sambon, A. Les Monnaies Antiques De L'Italie. (Bologna, 1969reprint of 1903 original), ν, 445 pages, 5 plates, line drawings throughout, 8vo. Printed card covers, light foxing. A very good copy. ($25)

2133.

2144. Starr, Chester G. Athenian Coinage 480-449 B.C. (New York, 1980 reprint of Oxford-1970 original), xiv, 96 pages, 26 plates, small 8vo. A standard reference. Green leatherette. A new copy. ($25)

($75)

2134. Sear, David. R. Greek Imperial Coins and Their Values. (London, Seaby-1982). xxxv, 636 pages, 1750 illustrations throughout the text, 12mo. A "must" reference for the collector of the Greek Imperial series or any part thereof. Green casebound with dust cover. A very good copy. ($45) 2135. Sellwood, David; P. Whitting and R. Williams. An Introduction to Sasanian Coins. (London, 1985). 178 pages, 16plates, line drawings in text, 12mo. Entire book is done in calligraphy. Red casebound. Very fine copy. Out of print ($20) 2136. Sellwood, David. The Coinage of Parthia. (London-1980). Second Edition. (6), 322 pp., 10 plates, line drawings in text, 8vo. Entire book is done in calligraphy. Brown casebound wilh dust cover. Dust jacket dirty. A fine copy. OP. ($30) 2137. Seltman, Charles. A Book of Greek Coins. (Penguin Books, London, 1952). 31 pp., 48 decent plates. Hard cover. A very good copy. ($10) 2138.

Another copy as above. A very good copy.

($10)

2139.

Another copy as above. A very good copy.

($10)

2149. Svoronos, Jean N. Christodoulos The Counterfeiter. (Chicago, 1974 reprint of Athens, 19220riginal). 28x21.5 cm.,36 pp., 17 plates. Paper covets. A very good copy. ($10) 2150. Svoronos, Jean N. Corpus of the Ancient Coins of Athens. (Chicago1975 reworking of the Munich-1923 edition). 264 pages of which 229 are plates. Basically plates with minimal description. Red casebound, güL A very fine copy. ($65) 2151. Sydenham, Edward A. The Coinage Of Caesarea In Cappadoaa. (New York, 1978 reprint of London, 1933 original). Includes a supplement by Alex G. Malloy. 138 pages, 2 plates, illustrations in text, 25-page supplement A standard reference. Hard cover. Veryfinecopy. ($25) 2152. SyllogeNummorum Graecorum SNG Volume II (British Series). Lloyd Collection. (Chicago-1979 reprint of London, 1933-1937 originals). 59 pages, 59 plates. Hardbound. Veryfinecopy. ($85) 2153. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. SNG Volume ΙΠ (British Series).The Lockett Collection. Parts I - V: Spain to Cyrenaica (Gold and Silver). (London 1957 second impressions). Five volumes complete. 64 plates with descriptive text opposite describing 3541 coins. Folio. Printed card covers. Minorbends at comers. A very fine set. ($300) 2154. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. SNG Volume V (British Series). Ashmolean Museum Oxford. Part Π. Italy, Lucania (Thurium) - Bruttium; Sicily; Carthage. (London, 1969). 24 plates with text opposite describing 1160 coins. Folio. Heavy paperboard covers. Fine copy. ($75) 2155. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. SNG Volume V (British Series). Ashmolean Museum Oxford. Part ΙΠ. Macedonia. (London, 1976). 28 plates with text opposite describing 1117 coins, Folio. Heavy papeiboard covers. Fine copy, waterstain at bottom edge of front and back cover. An essentialreferencefor the Macedonian and Alexandrine specialist! ($60)

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2156. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. SNG Volume V (British Series). Ashmolean Museum Oxford. Part IV. Paeonia - Thessaly. (London, 1981). 14 plates wilh text opposite describing 621 coins. Folio. Heavy paperboard covers. Fine copy, cover has a few small stains. ($50) 2157. Sylloge Nummonim Graecorum. SNG British Series. SNG Vol. VI. The Lewis Collection in Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, Part I. The Greek & Hellenistic Coins (With Britain & Parthia). (London, 1972). 24 plates wilh text opposite describing 1212 coins, 10 indices. Card covers. Comers bent, covers scuffed. Very good copy. ($50) 2158. Sylloge Nummorum Graecomm. The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, Danish National Museum ("SNG Copenhagen"). (Reprint edition, West Milford, New Jersey, 1981). 565 pp., 485 plates. Folio. 39 original volumes beautifully reprinted in seven volumes, bound in red cloth with gold leaf imprints. Text in English. One of the best collections available in the Sylloge format and a "basic reference" for most dealers. Minor scuffs on a few of the covers, still a very fine set ($800) 2159. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, Danish National Museum ("SNG Copenhagen"). Volume I, ItalySicily. (West Milford, N.J., 1981 reprint edition). 92 pages, 60 plates. Folio. Bound in red cloth wilh gold imprints. Very fine copy, although a little dusty. ($ 100) 2160. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, Danish National Museum ("SNG Copenhagen"). Volume 40, Egypt: The Ptolemies. (Copenhagen, 1977). 696 coins described in detail and illustrated in 22 excellent fiâtes. Card covers. Covers nibbed around edges but internally very fine. ($100) 2161. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, Danish National Museum ("SNG Copenhagen"). Volume 41. Alexandria - Cyrenaica. (Copenhagen, 1974 original). 32 pages, 31 plates. 1322 coins described. Card covers. Out of print and difficult to locate. A must for the serious collector of Roman Egyptian coinage. Very fine copy. ($100) 2162. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, Danish National Museum ("SNG Copenhagen")• Volume 43. SpainGaul. (Copenhagen, 1979 original). 45 pages, 39 plates. 859 cxins described. Card covets. Out of print. Very fine copy. ($75) 2163. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. SNG Deutschland, Staatliche Münzsammlung München. 1-7 Heft. (Berlin, 1968-1975). 144 plates with text opposite describing 5035 coins, Folio. Printed card covers. A nice very fine set ($400) 2164. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. SNG Grèce. Collection Réna H. Evelpidis Athènes. Première Partie: Italie - Sicile - Thrace. (Louvain, 1970). 31 plates with text opposite describing 1126 coins. Deuxième Partie: Macédoine Thessahe-Dlyrie-Épire-Corcyre (Louvain, 1975). Plates 32-54 with text opposite describing coins 1127-2045. Both with heavy card cover, Folio. Volume 2 has a clear plastic coating, now starting to diip. Both volumes lightly sunned- Fine copies. ($125) 2165. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. France Bibliothèque Nationale Cabinet Des Médailles. Collection Jean Et Marie Ddepierre. (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, 1983). (9), 88 plates with descriptive text opposite describing 3130 coins, indices. Folio. Printed boards. Especially useful for the coins of Aegina. A veiy fine copy. ($100) 2166. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. SNG Deutschland, Sammlung Von Aulock (SNG Von Aulock). (Reprint edition, West Milford, New Jersey, 1987). 302 plaies with text opposite in German. 18 original volumes beautifully reprinted in four volumes, bound in blue cloth wilh gold leaf imprints. A standard reference, especially for the collector of Greek Imperial coinage from Asia Minor. Small coffee slain on cover andfirstfew pages of volume four (it does not affect any text or plates), otherwise a very fine set ($425)

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2167. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. SNG Deutschland, Sammlung Von Aulock. Troas - Aeolis - Lesbos. 5 Heft. Nr. 1439-1767. (Berlin, 1959). 10 plaies with text opposite. Folio. Printed card covers. Very fine copy. Ex libris. ($75) 2168. Sylloge Nummonim Graecorum. SNG Deutschland, Sammlung Von Aulock Collection of Coins from Asia Minor. Volume 2: Caria · Lydia - Phrygia - Lycia - Pamphylia. (West Milfoid, N I , 1987 reprint of 1962-1964 originals). Coins 2334-4893, plates 73-159, folio. Hardbound, gilt. A quality reprint. A fine copy. ($100) 2169. Sylloge Nummorum Graecomm. Sweden I. The Collection of His Late Majesty King Gustaf VI Adolf and The Fred Forbat Collection. (Stockholm, KungL Vitteihets Historie Och Antikvitets Akademien, 1974). 49 pages, 19 plates. Printed card covers. Fine copy, minor scrapes on back cover. ($85) 2170. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The Collection of The American Numismatic Society. Parts 1-6. (New York, 1969-1981). 6 volumes of the SNG ANS series missing only Volume 7 on Macedonia. 239 plates describing 8179 coins. Folio. Parts 1-3 are printed card covers, parts 4-6 are printed boards. Volume 1 is Out of Print A nice very fine set ($425) 2171. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The Collection of The American Numismatic Society. Part 2. Lucania. (New York, 1972). 38 pp., 38 plates describing 1442 coins. Folio. Printed card covers. Very fine copy. ($65) 2172. Sylloge Nummonim Graecorum. The Collection of The American Numismatic Society. Part 4. Sicily Π: Galaria-Styella. (New York, 1977). 25 plates with text opposite describing 748 coins. Folio. Printed boards. Fine copy. ($60)

2173. Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The Collection of The American Numismatic Society. Part 4. Sicily Π: Galaria-Styella. (New York, 1977). 25 plates with text opposite describing 748 coins. Folio. Printed boards. Fine copy, lightly sunned. ($60) 2174. Thompson, Margaret Alexander's Drachm Mints I: Sardes and MDetus. ANS Numismatic Studies No. 16. (New York, 1983). 98 pp., 38 plates, 8vo. Red cloth. Afinecopy. ($30) 2175. Thompson, Margaret. Alexander's Drachm Mints Π: Lampsaais and Abydus. ANS Numismatic Studies No. 19. (New York, 1991). 77 pp., 34 plates, 4to. Red cloth. A very fine copy. ($40) 2176. Thompson, Margaret The New Style Silver Coinage of Athens. (New York, 1961). ANS Numismatic Studies No. 10. Two volumes (1 of text 1 of plates). 747 pages, 202 plates illustrating 1266 coins, plus two large pull-out plates equal to 23 more plates, 4to. The standard reference for this important coinage. Matching red cloth. A nice fine seL ($200) 2177. Troxell, Hyla A. The Norman Davis Collection. (The American Numismatic Society, New York, 1969). (4), 53 pp., 28 plates, 8vo. Printed card covers. Very fine copy. ($15) 2178. Villaronga, Garriga Leandre. The Aes Coinage of Emporion. (Oxford, 1977). British Archaeological Report-S23. Translated from Spanish by Elisabeth Weeks. 84 pages, 15 plates. Card covers. Spine torn at bottom. A fine copy. ($20) 2179. Von Hoerschelmann, Susanne Grünauer. Die Münzprägung Der Lakedaimonier. AMUGS VÜ. (Berlin, 1978). xxii, 207 pages, 32plates, 4to. Green cloth, gilL A very fine copy. ($75) 2180. Waggoner, Nancy M. Early Greek Coins From The Collection of Jonathan P. Rosen. Ancient Coins in North American Collections No. 5. (New York, American Numismatic Society, 1983). (6), 55 pp., 28fineplates, 8vo. Orange cloth. A very fine copy. ($30)

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2181. Ward, John. Greek Coins and Their Parent Cities. (London, 1902 original). xxxvi, 464 pp., illustrations throughout text 22 fine autotype plates, frontispiece plate, 8vo. Original tan doth, top edge güL Original classic edition. A nice fine copy. ($100) 2182. Whitehead, RB. Indo-Greek Numismatics. (Chicago, 1970 reprint of Numismatic Chronicle originals, 1923-1950). 144 pages, 8 plates. Haidbound. A fine copy. ($15) 2183. Wilhams, Roderick T. The Silver Coinage of the Phokians. (Royal Numismatic Soaety Special Publication No. 7, London, 1972). ix, 138 pp., 16 plates, 8vo. Red casebound with dust cover. The standard reference for this coinage. Fine copy, a bit dusty. ($25)

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2193. Grueber, H.A. Coins ofThe Roman Republic in the British Museum. (London, 1970 reprint of London, 1910 original). Three volumes. Volume I: Aes Rude, Aes Signatum, Aes Grave, and Coinage of Rome from B.C. 268. Volume Π: Coinage of Rome (Continued), Roman Campania, Italy, The Social War, and the Provinces. Volume HL· Tables of Finds and Cognamina, Indexes, Plates, Etc. cxxv, 594 + 592 + 236 (& 123 plates), 8vo. Red casebound with dust covers. Minor staining on dust covers, otherwise a very fine set. ($275) 2194. Herbert, Kevin. The John Max Wülfing CoUection In Washington University. Roman Republican Coins. (Ancient Coins in North American Collections Published by The American Numismatic Society, New York, 1987). (2), 47 pp., 25 plates, 769 coins, 8vo. Orange casebound. A very fine copy. ($20)

2184. Lot of six titles on Greek numismatics. Indudes: Collecting Greek Coins, by Anthony, 1983; Descriptive Catalogue of Andent Greek Coins, by Hill, 1967; Historical Greek Coins, by Hill, 1976 reprint; Ancient Coins Illustrating Lost Masterpieces of Greek Art by Imhoof-Blumer and Gardner, 1964; An Outline of Ancient Greek Coins, by Klawans, 1964; and Royal Greek Portrait Coins, by Newell, 1937. Newell a little beat up, others are fine copies. A good lot for the beginning collector of Greek coins. ($50)

2195. Sydenham, Edward A. The Coinage of the Roman Republic. (Durst, New York 1976reprintof London, 1952 original), lxix, 343 pp., 30plates. Still cited as a cross-reference. Brown leatherette. A very fine copy. ($35)

2185. Lot of four book on Greek coins. Indudes: Coinage in the Greek World, by Carradice and Price, 1988; An Outline of Andent Greek Coins, by Klawans, 1982reprint;Greek Coins A History of Metallic Currency and Coinage, by Sdtman, 1977reprint;and Collecting Greek Coins, by Van Meter, 1990. A good lot for the beginning collector of Greek coins. All fine copies. ($40)

2198. Thurlow, Bradbury Κ and Vecchi, Italo G. Italian Cast Coinage: Italian Aes Grave and Italian Aes Rude, Signatum and the Aes Grave of Sidly. (London, 1979). 50 pages, 82 plates, concordance with Sydenham. Octavo. Brown casebound with dust cover. The standard reference for the collector of aes grave. Veryfinecopy. ($25)

2186. Lot of four Pamphlets on Greek Coins. Includes: Some Cypriote 'Alexanders' by ET. Newell, 1974; Mallos, Megarsos, Antioche Du Pyramos by M.F. Imhoof-Blumer, 1979reprintof 1883 original; The silver Coinage of Crete, A Metrological Note by George Macdonald, undatedreprintof 1919 original; and Sur La Signification Des Types Monétaires Des Andens, by Jean N. Svoronos, 1980 reprintof 1894 original. All fine copies. ($10)

2187. Banti, A. Corpus Nummorum Romanorum, Monetazione Republicana. Volume 1-9. (Florence, 1980-1982). Bilingual Italian/English text Red cloth, gilt lettering. A few cuts in the cover of Volume 8 and Volume 7 bound upsidedown. A fine set ($250) 2188. Banti, Alberto. Corpus Nummorum Romanorum, Monetazione Republicana. (Florence, 1980-1982). Volumes Π, IV, VI, and VII. Bilingual Italian/English text Red cloth, gilt lettering. Pages starting to yellow around edges (as on most copies). Fine copies. ($130) 2189. Comparette, T.L. Aes Signatum. (Chicago, 1978reprintof ANS, American Journal of Numismatics, 1919 original). 61 pages, 8 plates, 4to. Hard cover, güt Very fine copy. ($20) Another copy as above. Very fine copy.

Anothercopy as above. A very fine copy.

($35)

2197.

Another copy as above. Nice fine copy.

($25)

TITLES ON ROM AN IMPERIAL NUMISMATICS 2199. Askew, Gilbert. ACatalogueof RomanCoins.(B.A.SeabyLtd., 1948). 126 pages, engravings throughout Original paper covers. Small tear at bottom of spine. Afinecopy. ($ 10) 2200. Askew, Gilbert. The Coinage of Roman Britain. (London, 1951 original). 95 pages, engravings throughout texL Hard cover with dust jacket A fine copy. ($20)

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2190.

2196.

($20)

2191. Crawford, Michael H. Roman Republican Coin Hoards. (London, 1969, RNS Spedal Publication). 176 pp., 3 {dates. Hard cover with dust cover (torn at top and bottom of spine). A fine copy. ($30) 2192. Crawford, Michael H. Roman Republican Coinage. (1983reprintwith corrections of London, 1974 original). Two volumes complete, xv + xi, 919 pp., 70 plates, appendix, bibliography, concordances, indices, 8vo. Brown doth with dust coveis. The most scholarly treatment of the entire Roman Republican coinage in chronological order and the definitivereferencefor the series. Fine set. ($225)

2201. Askew, Gilbert. The Coinage of Roman Britain. (London, 1980reprint of 1951 original). 90 pages, engravings throughout text. Card cover. A fine copy. ($15) 2202. Another copy as above. Small tears at top and bottom of spine, a few lines highlighted in text A very good copy. ($10) 2203. Banti, Alberto and L. Simonetti Corpus Nummorum Romanorum. (Florence, 1978). Volumes 1-7,9,11,12,17and 18.From282to388pp.and 1170to 2078 illustrations per volume. Bound in moss green with gold stampings. The main value of this set is the numerous photographs taken from auction catalogs, dealer's lists, and museums. A few volumes have spotted or discolored areas on the covers but are internally fine. Covers fom Pompey and Antony to Nero. ($325) 2204. Carson, RA.G. Principal Coins of The Romans. (London, 1978-1981). Volume I: The Republic c. 290-31 BC. Volume Π: The Principale, 31 BC- AD 296. Volume ΠΙ: The Dominate AD 294-498.88,167,112 pagesrespectively,illustrated throughout A complete set of this useful series. Each black cloth with dust cover. A very fine set. ($75) 2205. Casey, PJ. Roman Coinage in Britain. (Shire Publications, 1980). 64 pages, illustrated, 12mo. Printed card covers. A fine copy. ($8) 2206. Challis, C.E and MA.S. Blackburn (Editors). Studies in the Coinages of Carausius and Allectus. (The British Numismatic Sotiety, 1985). 50 pages, 14 plates, 8vo. Printed caid covers. Minorbends in card covers, mostly from thumbing. A fine copy. ($20)

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2207. Cohen, Henry. Déscription Historique Des Monnaies Frappées Sous L'Empire Romain, Médailles Impériales. (1976reprintof 2nd edition-Paiis, 18801892). 8 volumes, 4214 pages, line drawings throughout text. Also includes dictionaty of numismatic terms volume in French, German, English, Italian and Spanish. Still one of the standard references for Roman imperial coinage, arranged alphabetically by reverse legend within each reign. Seaby's Roman Silver Coins is based upon Cohen's arrangement Text in French. Green card cover. A very fine set. ($175)

2222. Mattingly, Harold, et al. Catalogue of Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum (BMC): 6 Volumes in 8 books. Volume I (1965 reprint); Volume Π (1966 reprint); Volume ΠΙ (1966 reprint); Volume IV (1968 reprint, in two volumes); Volume V (1975 reprint in two volumes); and Volume VI (London, 1962 original edition). A nice fine set, with some scuffing on a few of the covers. Out of print. 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. ($700)

2208. Another copy as above. Spines faded on all volumes, volume 8 has a few punctures in the cover. Internally fine. ($150)

2223. Mattingly, Harold. Catalogue of Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum (BMC): Volume I, Augustus through Vitellius. (London, 1965 edition of 1923 original), ccxxxi, 464 pages, 64 plates. Out of print. Red casebound, gilt, dust cover. Fine copy. ($ 100)

2209. De Witte, J. Atlas of the Ancient Coins struck by the Emperors of the Gallic Empire, with an Introduction to the Gallic Empire by Percy H. Webb (from RIC V, Part IL, pp. 310-317). (Chicago, 1976 reprint of Paris, 1864 original). 4 pages, 49 plates of line drawings. Hardbound. A vety good copy. ($15) 2210. Giacosa, Giorgio. Women Of The Caesars: Thar Lives and Portraits on Coins. Translation by R. Ross Holloway. (Milan, 1978). 127 pp., 71 plates, some in color. Blue cloth with dust jackeL Very fine copy. ($50) 2211. Giard, Jean-Baptiste. Catalogue Des Monnaies De L'Empire Romain. I. Auguste. (Bibliothèque Nationale, 1976). viii, 258 pages, 72 plates, 4to. Green leatherette, gilL Cover very dusty, internally very fine. ($65)

2224. Mattingly, Harold. Catalogue of Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum (BMC): Volume HI, Nerva to Hadrian. (London, 1966 edition). cxcvi, 640pp., 102 plates. Red casebound, gilt. A very fine copy. ($125) 2225. Mattingly, Harold. Roman Coins From The Earliest Times To The Fall of the Western Empire. (London, 1960 Methuen edition), xiii, 303 pages, 64 plates, 12mo. Good introductory survey of Roman coinage over its entire history. Green cloth with dust cover, gilt A fine copy. ($25) 2226.

Another copy as above. A very good copy.

($20)

2212. Grant, Michael. Roman Anniversary Issues. (New York, 1977 reprint of Cambridge, 1950 original). 204 pages. "An Exploratory Study of the Numismatic and Medallic Commemoration of Anniversary Years, 49 B.C.-AD. 375." Hardbound. Very fine copy. ($15)

2227. Mattingly, Harold. Roman Coins From The Earliest Times To The Fall of the Western Empire. (New York, 1987 reprint of 1928 original), xx, 300 pages, 64 plates. Good introductory survey of Roman coinage over its entire history. Blue casebound, gilt. A new copy. ($30)

2213. Hill, G.F. Historical Roman Coins. (Chicago, 1976 reprint of London, 1909 original). 191pages, 15 plates. A general survey of Roman coins. Hardbound. A very fine copy. ($15)

2228.

Anothercopy as above. Avery fine copy.

($25)

2229.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

($25)

2214. Kent, J.P.C. and Max and Albert Hirmer. Roman Coins. (New York, 1978). 368 pages, 1430excellent photographs, some in color, 4to. English translation wih somerevisionsof Kent, Overbeck, and Stylow's Die Römische Münze (Munich, 1973). Out of print and one of the most beautiful books ever published on Roman coins. Green cloth with dust jacket. A very fine copy. ($145) 2215.

Another copy as above. I Ieavily water damaged. A reading copy. ($25)

2216. Kiely, Michael J. and David Van Meter. Collecting Roman Coins. (Laurion Publishing, 1989). 74 pages, illustrated, 16mo. Printed card covers. A very good copy. ($8) 2217. Klawans, Zander H. Imitations and Inventions of Roman Coins. (Santa Monica, 1977). 136 pages, photos throughout text Important wok on the "imitations" of Cavino and others. Red casebound with dust jacket, gilL Fine copy. ($10)

2230. Maurice, Jules. Numismatique Constantinienne: Iconographie et Chronologie, Description Historique des Émissions Monétaires. (Brussels, 1965 reprint of the Paris, 1908-1912 originals). Three Volumes, clxxix, 507 pages, 23 plates; cxxxvi,612pages, 17 plates; xlviii, 286 pages, 11 plates. Matching maroon leatherette, 8vo. Much nicer than the Fomireprintsthat sell for nearly $300. Rare orig inals of this work sell for around $700. Very fine set. ($300) 2231. Metcalf, William E. The Cistophori of Hadrian. Numismatic Studies 15. (New York, 1980). 164 pages, 31 plates. A standardreference.Red doth. Very fine copy. ($50) 2232. RA.G. Carson, P. V. Hill and J.P.C. Kent. Late Roman Bronze Coinage, A.D. 324-498. (London, 1978reprintof London, 1960 original). 114pages,4plates. A standard reference for the collector of this area. Hard cover. A fine copy.

($20) 2233.

2218. Klawans, Zander H. Reading and Dating Roman Imperial Coins. (Racine, Wisconsin 1977 Fourth edition). 128 pages, illustrated, 12mo. Green casebound A fine copy. ($ 12) 2219. Klawans, Zander H. Reading and Dating Roman Imperial Coins. (New York, 1982 reprint of Racine, Wisconsin, 1953 third edition). 125 pp., illustrated, 12mo. Card covers. Fine copy. ($10) 2220. Mattingly, Harold. A Guide To The Exhibition of Roman Coins In The British Museum.(Chicago 1980reprintofTrusteesof theBritishMuseum,London, 1927 original). 80pp., 8 plates, 11 figures, 12mo. Tan cloth. A very fine copy. ($15) 2221.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

($15)

Another copy as above. A fine copy with minor marks on the cover.

($20) 2234.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($20)

2235. RA.G. Carson, P.V. Hill and J.P.C. Kent. Late Roman Bronze Coinage, A.D. 324-498. (New York, 1989 reprint of London, 1960 original). 114 pages, 4 plates. A standard reference for the collector of this area. Hard cover. As ne w copy. ($25) 2236.

Another copy as above. As ne w copy.

($25)

2237. Reece, Richard. Roman Coins. (London, 1970). 189 pages, 64 plates, small 8vo. Cloth bound with dust cover. A good survey of Roman coinage from the Republic to the collapse of the Empire. A fine copy. ($20)

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2238. Robertson, Anne S. Roman Imperial Coins In The Hunter Coin Cabinet: Volume II.TVajan to Commodus. (Oxford, 1971). clxvii, (2), 534 pp., 124 plales, narrow 8vo. Blue casebound. Minor handling marks on cover wilh a small cut ($375) on the front cover at the spine. A scarce volume. Fine copy.

2251. Sear, DavidR. Roman Coins andTheir Values. (Seaby - London, 1988 Fourth Edilicn). 388 pages, illustrated throughout text, 12 fiâtes. Black casebound with dust cover. The latest edition of this standard reference. Dust jacket a little wrinkled, otherwise afinecopy. (S35)

2239. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). (London). The definitive work on Roman Imperial coinage and a must for every serious collector. A complete set, including the hard to find volume V. Volume I (1984 edition); Volume Π (1986 reprint); Volume ΠΙ (1986 reprint); Volume IV (1986 reprint); Volume V (1927 original, recently bound to match other volumes); Volume VI (1984 reprint); Volume VU (1984 reprint); Volume Vm (1981 edition); Volume IX (1951 original, recently rebound). Nice fine copies. Volume V has minor foxing, but is still nice. ($1000)

2252. Sear, David R. Roman Coins and Their Values. (London, 1981 3rd edition - Seaby). 376 pages, 12 plates, photos throughout. Blue cloth. A very good copy. ($20)

2240. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). (London). A complete set, ineluding the hard to find volume V. All are the 1972 editions except volume Vm which isl981.Thusallarethe current editions except volume L A nice fine set. ($1000)

2241. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). Harold Matlingly and Edwaid A. Sydenham. The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. I. Augustus to Vitellius. (London, 1972 reprint of 1923 original) 279 pp., 16 plates, indices. Hard covet Cover dirty. This is the old edition, but we have found it useful as it seems several coins were left out of the new edition. A very good copy. ($20) 2242. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). C.H.V. Sutherland and R.A.G. Carson (Editors). The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. I (Revised Edition) From 31 BC To AD 69, by C.H.V. Sutherland. (London, 1984). xxii, 304 pp., 32 plates, indices, 8vo. Green casebound with dust cover. Very fine copy. ($75) 2243. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). Harold Mattingly and Edward A. Sydenham. The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. II, Vespasian To Hadrian. (London, 1972 leprint of London, 1926 original), xviii, 568 pp., (2), 16 [dales, indices, 8vo. Green casebound. Nice fine copy. OP. ($65) 2244. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). Harold Mattingly and Edward A. Sydenham. The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. Ill, Antoninus Pius To Commodus. (London, 1972 reprint of London, 1930 original), xx,514pp., (2), 16 ($65) plates, indices, 8vo. Green casebound. Veryfinecopy. OP. 2245. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). C.H.V. Sutherland and R.A.G. Carson (Editors). The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. VI. From Diocletian's reform (A.D. 294) to the death of Maximinus (A.D. 313). by C.H.V. Sutherland. (London, 1984 reprint). 727 pp., 16 plate:, indices. Hardbound. New. OP. ($75) 2246. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). C.H.V. Sutherland and RA.G. Carson (Editors). The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. VII. Constantine and Licinius A.D. 313-337. by Patrick M. Bruun. (London, 1984 reprint). 778 pp., 24 plates, indices. Hardbound. New. OP. ($75) 2247. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). C.H.V. Sutherland and RA.G. Carson (Editors). The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. VIII. The Family of Constantine I (A.D. 337-364), by J.P.C. KcnL (London, 1981). 605 pages, 28 plates, pull-out chart of bust types. Arranged by mints instead of reign. Hard cover with dust jacket. A very fine copy. ($150) 2248. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINAGE (RIC). Harold Mattingly, C.H.V. Sutherland and R.A.G. Carson (Editors). The Roman Imperial Coinage. Vol. IX. Valentinian I - Theodosius I. by J.W.E. Pearce. (London, 1972 reprint). 334 pp., 16 plates, indices. Hardbound. A nice fine copy, OP. ($65)

2253. Sear, David R. Roman Coins and Their Values. (London, 1964 edition). 288 pages, 8 plates, line drawings throughout text Hardbound wilh dust coven A veiy good copy. ($10) 2254. Sear, David R. Lot of two older editions. Roman Coins and Their Values, 1981 3rd edition; and Byzantine Coins and Their Values, 1974 first edition. Both very good copies with dust jackets. ($30) 2255. Stevenson, Seth W. A Dictionary of Roman Coins. (Seaby, London 1964 reprint of 1889 original, London), viii, 929 pages. Red casebound wilh dust cover. Nice fine copy. ($65) 2256.

Another copy as above. Nice fine copy.

($65)

2257. Strack, Paul L. Untersuchungen Zur Römischen Riechspragung Des Zweiten Jahrhunderts. Teil I. Die Reichspragung zur Zeit des TVaian. (Stuttgart, 1931 origianl edition), xi, 308 pages, 10 plates. Original card covers. Comers bumped, minor foxing, pages uncut. Afinecopy. Scarce. ($150) 2258. Sutherland, C.H.V. Coinage In Roman Imperial Policy, 31BC-68 AD. (London, 1951 original), xii, 220 pages, 17 plates. Blue casebound. Fine copy with dust cover. ($25) 2259. Sutherland, C.H.V. Coinage In Roman Imperial Policy, 31 BC-68 AD. (New York, 1978 reprint of London, 1951 original). 220 pages, 17 plates. Hard cover. A very fine copy, a liitle dusty. ($20) 2260. Sutherland, C.H.V. Roman Coins. (New York, 1974). 311 pages, 572 photographs of which 63 are in color. Companion volume to Jenkin's, Ancient Greek Coins, and Whitting's, Byzantine Coins. Long out of print and scarce. Hardbound with dust cover. Veiy fine copy. ($125) 2261. Sutherland, C.H.V. The Emperor and the Coinage, Julio-Claudian Studies. (Spink & Sons, 1976). 132, (14) pages, lOplates, 8vo. Orange cloth with dust cover. Dust covertom. A nice fine copy. ($30) 2262. Sydenham, E.A. Historical References to Coins of the Roman Empire. (London and San Diego, 1968 reprint of London, 1917 original). (4), 155 pages with illustrations, 8vo. Out of print. Orange casebound, gilt. Fine copy. ($15) 2263.

Another copy as above. Fine copy.

($15)

2264. Sydenham, Edward A. The Coinage of Nero. (New York, 1982 reprint of 1920 original). 176 pp., 4plates. Red leatherette. A very fine copy. ($25) 2265.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

($25)

2266.

Another copy as above. A fine copy, a bit dusty.

($20)

2249. Seaby, HA. Roman Silver Coins, Vol. I-V. A complete set of the most recent editions. Current retail for these is $225. All in fine condition. ($135)

2267. Toynbee, Jocelyn M.C. Roman Medallions. With an introduction to the reprint by William E. Metealf. ANS Numismatic Studies 5. (New York, 1986 reprint of New York, 1944 original). 268 pages, 19 plates. An updated version of this work thai discusses the history and purposes of Roman medallions. Hard cover A very fine copy. ($40)

2250. Seaby, H.A. Roman Silver Coins, Vol. 1 Part 2 and Vol. 2 Parts 1&2. (London, 1954 original editions). 137; 53; 183 pages, line drawings throughout. Original paper covers. Cover separated from text on Vol. 2,1, otherwise fine copies.

2268. Turner, Paula J. Roman Coins from India. (London, 1989). RNS Special Publication #22. viii, 152 pages, 8 plates, 8vo. A catalog of Roman coin finds in India. Hardbound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($25)

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2269. Lot of four pamphlets on Roman numismatics. Includes; "Coinage of Triumvirs, Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian," by H.A Grueber, "The Pre-Reform Cranage of Diocletian," by Percy Webb; "The Divi Consecration Coins of Roman Emperors," by Augustus Brown; and "The Coinage of Elagabalus," by Augustus Brown. Each is card covered. Fine copies. ($10)

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2284. Hahn, Wolfgang. Moneta Imperii Byzantin!: Rekonstruktion des Prägeautbaues auf synoptisch-tabellarischer Grundlage. Band 2. Von Justinus II. Bis Phocas (565-610) einsdifiessikh der Prägungen der Heradius-Revolte und mitNachträgen zum 1. Band. (Vienna, 1975). 146 pp., 40 plates, 13 fold-out tables. Red cloth gilt. Text in Geiman. A must reference for the serious Byzantine numismatist. A very fine copy. ($125)

TITLES ON BYZANTINE NUMISMATICS 2270. Bates, George E. Byzantine Coins, Archaeological Exploration of Sardis, Monograph 1. (Cambridge, MA.-1971). 159 pages, 9 plates, 4vo. Purple buckram wilh matching dust cover. Very fine copy, minor tear in dust jackeL ($30) 2271. Bellinger, Alfred R. and Grierson, Philip. Byzantine Coins in the Dumbarton Oaks and Whittemore Collections. Volume III: Leo III to Nicephorus ΙΠ, 717-1081. (Washington D.C., 1973). 2 parts, 887 pp., 70 pJates, 4to. Matching original green buckram with original plastic dust covers. Nice new copies. ($275) 2272. Bendall, Simon and PJ. Donald. The Later Palaeologan Coinage. (A.H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd.; London, 1979). 271 pages, illustrated with numerous line drawings, 12mo. An essential reference for the late Byzantinist. Card covers. Waterstain at bottom of cover and firstfew pages. A veiy good copy. ($15) 2273. Berk, Harlan J. Lot of two titles. Eastern Roman Successors of the Sestertius. (Joliet, Illinois; 1986). 138 pp., 2 photographic plates; and Roman Gold Coins of the Medieval World, 383-1453 AD. (Joliet, Illinois; 1986). 76pp., 373 varieties cataloged and photographed. Both blue cloth, large 8vo. Both have some spots on the cover, otherwise fine copies. ($30) 2274. Berk, Harlan J. Eastern Roman Successors of the Sestertius. (Joliet, Illinois; 1986). 138 pp., 2 photographic plates, excellent quality line drawing throughout text, 979 varieties cataloged, laige 8vo. Blue casebound, gilt. As new. ($17) 2275.

Another copy as above. A veiy fine copy.

($12)

2276. Berk, Harlan J. Roman Gold Coins of the Medieval World, 383-1453 AD. (Joliet, Illinois; 1986). 76 pp., 373 varieties cataloged and photographed, laige 8vo. Blue casebound, gilt As new. ($17) 2277.

Another copy as above. A veiy fine copy.

($15)

2278.

Another copy as above. Cover a bit dusty. Internally very fine. ($12)

2279. Cavallo, Guglielmo et al.. I Bizantini In Italia. (Milan, 1982). 692 pages, heavily illustrated throughout (mostly in color), 4to. Text in Italian. An impressive work dealing mainly with the art and architecture of the Byzantine empire, though there is a small section on numismatics. Tan buckram with dust cover. A veiy fine copy. ($150) 2280. Grierson, Philip. Byzantine Coins. (Beikeley, 1982). 411 pages, 95 plates, maps. The best introductory survey of Byzantine coinage. Casebound wilh dust cover. New copy. OP. ($95) 2281. OP.

Another copy as above. Dust cover sunned, otherwise a veiy fine copy. ($85)

2282.

Another copy as above. Cover a little warped. A very good copy. OP. ($50)

2283. Hahn, Wolfgang. Moneta Imperii Byzantini: Rekonstruktion des Prägeaufbaues auf synoptisch-tabellarischer Grundlage. Band 1. Von Anastasius I. Bis Justinianus I. (491-565) einschliesslich der ostgotischen und vandalischcn Prägungen. (Vienna, 1973). 141 pp., 42plates, 13 fold-out tables. Red cloth, gilL Text in German. A must reference for the serious Byzantine numismatist and the most difficult volume to find of Hahn's meticulous woik. Front hinge broken, otherwise a nice fine copy. ($200)

2285. Lhotka, John F. MD. Introduction to East Roman (Byzantine) Coinage. (New York, 1989 reprint). 126 pages, 4 plates, photos throughout text. A reprint of a series of articles that appeared in The Numismatist. Some very useful information on Byzantine coinage. Card covers. Fine copy. ($10) 2286. Malter, Joel L. Byzantine Numismatic Bibliography, 1950-1965. (Chicago, 1968). 58 pages, laige 12mo. Burgundy cloth, gilt A very fine copy.

($20) 2287. Metealf, William E. and Wolfgang Hahn - Editors. Studies In Early Byzantine Gold Coinage. Numismatic Studies 17. (New York, 1988). 142 pp., 24 plates, 4to. Red cloth. A series of seven articles by various experts in thefieldand an introduction by the editors. A new copy. ($70) 2288.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

($60)

2289.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

($60)

2290.

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

($60)

2291. Ratto, Rodolfo. Collection Privée. Monnaies Byzantines et d'autres pays contemporaines à l'Epoque Byzantine. (Amsterdam, 1959 reprint of Lugano, 1930 original). Auction catalog of December 9,1930 of 2701 lots, 151 pages, 68 plates, 8vo. One of the most comprehensive Byzantine collections everoffered for sale with coins from Arcadius to John VUL Red buckram. A nice fine copy. ($45) 2292.

Another copy as above. Very good copy.

(S3 5)

2293. Rynearson, Paul F. Byzantine Coin Values. (San Clem ente, 1971). 109 pages, 3 plates, line drawings in text Includes a rarity scale which is still quite useful Yellow casebound. Very good copy. ($10) 2294. Rynearson, Paul F. Byzantine Coin Values. (San Diego, 1967). 103pages, line drawings in text, narrow 8vo. Includes ararityscale which is still quite useful. Caid covers, slightly soiled. Very good copy. ($10) 2295. Sear, David R Byzantine Coins and Their Values. (London, 1987).526 pages, photos throughout text. The latest edition. Hard cover with dust jacket. A fine copy. ($50) 2296. Sear, David R. Byzantine Coins and Their Values. (London, 19740riginal edition). 415 pages, photos throughout text. Blue cloth with dust jacket A fine copy. ($25) 2297.

Another copy as above. A veiy good copy.

($20)

2298. Tolstoy,LL Byzantine Coins. (Barnaul, 1991).TranslatedfromRussian by M Shveiter and E. Byinykh. xvi, 154 pages, 30 plates, 12mo. Blue leatherette, güt Difficult to find. As new copy. ($65) 2299. Whining, P.D. Byzantine Coins. (New Yoik, 1973). 311 pages with 390 illustrations plus 20 color plates. Outstanding photographs. Companion volume in "The World of Numismatics" series to Sutherland's, Roman Coins, and Jenkin's, Ancient Greek Coins. Blue cloth with dust cover. Dust cover faded with a few chips, small nick on top front cover, internally very fine. ($65) 2300. Wroth, Warwick. Catalogue of the Imperial Byzantine Coins In the British Museum. (London, 1908 original). Two volumes, cxii, 312; (2),(313)687, tables, 2 frontispiece plates, 87 fine plates. Matching original red quarter leather, text and plates starting to seperate frombinding, internally fine. Good set that needs rebinding. ($175)

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2301. Wroth, Warwick. Imperial Byzantine Coins in the British Museum. (Chicago-1966 reprint of London, 1908 original). 683 pages, 79 plates, 8vo. Red casebound. This reprint edition combines two volumes into one. New. ($ 100) 2302. Wroth, Warwick. Western and Provincial Byzantine Coins of The Vandals, Ostrogoths and Lombards and The Empires of Thessalonica, Nicaea andlVebizondin the British Museum. (Chicago-1966 reprint ci London, 1911 original). xciv, 344 pages, 43 plates. Red casebound. Still a standard reference. New. ($75)

TITLES ON BRITISH AND COMMONWEALTH NUMISMATICS 2303. Batty, D.T. Batty's Descriptive Catalogue of the Copper Coinage of Great Britain, Ireland, British Isles, and Colonies, Local & Private Tokens, Jettons, &c. Compiled font the various Authors, and the most Celebrated Collections. (Manchester, 1868-1898). Four Volumes complete. 2096 pages, a few pages erf illustrations, large 12mo. Brown case bound, gilt Covers are a little dirty wilh comers bumped,frontand back hinges in each volume weak but complete. Internally fine. Still useful today. ($300) 2304. Berry, George. Taverns and Tokens of Pepys' London. (B.A. Seaby Ltd., London, 1978). 144 pp., illustrated throughout text, appendices, bibliography, index, 8vo. Printed glossy boards. Very fine copy, a little dirty. ($30) 2305. Boon, Geoige C. Welsh Tokens of the Seventeenth Century. (Cardiff, 1973). 144 pages, illustrated throughout 8vo. Printed card covers. A fine copy. ($10) 2306. Brooke, George C. English Coins from the Seventh Century to the Present Day. (Methuen & Co. Ltd.; London, 1950 thirdrevisededition), xii, 300 pp., 72 plates, 12mo. Red casebexind, gilt with dust cover. Very good copy. ($10)

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2315. Keaiy, Charles Francis. A Catalogue of English Coins In the British Museum. Anglo-Saxon Series. Ediled by RS. Poole (London, 1970 Seaby reprint of London, 1887 original). Two volumes. Volume I: xciv, 282 pp., 30 plates. Volume Π: by Herbert Grueber and Keary, cxxvi, 544 pp., 32 plates, one fold-out map. Hardbound with dust covers. Veryfinecopies. ($85) 2316. Kelly, E.M. Spanish Dollars and Silver Tokens. An Account of the Issues of The Bank of England 1797-1816. (Spink & Son Ltd., London, 1976). (14), 160 pp., 8 plates, appendices, index, 8vo. Black cloth with dust cover (dirty). Fine copy. ($35) 2317. Kent, John. 2000 Years of British Coins and Medals. (London, 1978). 78 pp., illustrations throughout. A survey of English coinage from 70 B.C. to 1978. A fine copy($15) 2318. Lindsay, John. A View of The Coinage of The Heptarchy; to which is added A List of Unpublished Mints and Moneyers of the Chief or Sole Monarchs, from Egbert to Harold Π, &c, &c. (Cork, Printed by Messrs. Bolster, 1842-incorrectly printed as 13421). (2), viii, 136 pp., 6 engraved plates, 4to. Quarter leather, with brown boards. Cover worn around edges, plates moderately foxed. A very good copy. ($35) 2319. Mayhew, NJ. (Editor). Edwardian Monetary Affairs (1279-1344). A Symposium held in Oxford, August 1976. (British Archaeological Reports 36, Oxford, 1977). (8), 186 pp., (4), 1 plate, 4vo. Printed card covers. A fine copy. ($25) 2320. Nathanson, Alan J. Thomas Simon, His Life and Work 1618-1665. (B.A. Seaby Ltd., London, 1975). 60 pp., illustrations throughout text, 8vo. Brown cloth with dust cover. Finecopy. ($15)

2307. Craig, Sir John. The Mint A History of the London Mint From AD. 287 to 1948. (London, 1953). xviii, 449 pages, 16 plates. Blue cloth, gilt, with dust cover (tattered). A very good copy. ($20)

2321. North, JJ. English Hammered Coinage. Two Volumes. Volumel. Early Anglo-Saxon to Henry ΠΙ, c. 600-1272. (London, 1980). 218 pp. with illustrations, 16 plates. Hardbound with dust cover, and Volume IL Edward I to Charles Π, 12721662 (London, 1975 revised edition). 191 pp. with illustrations, 11 plates. Hardbound with dust cover. Dust cover to volume I torn. Fine copies. ($55)

2308. De Clermont, Andre P. and John Wheeler. Spink's Catalogue of British Colonial and Commonwealth Coins. (Spink & Son, 1986). 704 pages, profusely illustrated, 4to. Glossy hard cover. Edges dirty, internally very fine. ($35)

2322. North, JJ. English Hammered Coinage. Volume L Early Anglo-Saxon to Henry VHIc. 650-1272. (London, 1963 original edition). 200 pages, 16plates. Hardbound with dust cover (torn). A fine copy. ($20)

2309. Dolley, RH. Michael. Medieval Anglo-Irish Coins. (B.A. Seaby Ltd. in conjunction with The Institute for Irish Studies At The Queen's University Belfast London, 1972). x, 90 pp., phonographic illustrations in text 8vo. Green doth wilh dirty dust cover. Fine copy. ($25)

2323.

2310.

Another copy as above. Green cloth without dust cover. Fine copy. ($20)

2311. Galster, Georg. Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles. Royal Collection of Coins and Medals, National Museum, Copenhagen. Part IHc: Anglo-Gallic Coins. Cnut, Mints Lydford to the End. Sylloge No. 15. (London, British Academy and The Carlsberg Foundation, 1970). Plaies 112-158 with descriptive text opposite, index, 8vo. Blue casebound. Fine copy. ($25) 2312. Grueber, Herbert A. Handbook of the Coins of Great Britain and Ireland in the British Museum. (London, 1899 original), lxiii, 272 pages, 64 plates, 8vo. Quarter leather with maroon cloth boards. Front hinge broken, scrapes and scuffs around edges, minoi foxing. A veiy gexxi copy. ($75) 2313. Josset, C.R. Money in Great Britain and Ireland, A History of the Coins and Notes of the British Isles. (Rutland, Veimont 1971). 390 pages, illustrated throughout 8vo. Black cloth with dust covet Dust cover a linle dirty. A veryfinecopy. ($25) 2314. Another copy as above. Inscribed by the author. Dust cover a little dirty. A fme copy. ($20)

Another copy as above. Hardbound with dust cover (torn). A fine copy. ($20)

2324. North, J J. English Hammered Coinage. Volume Π. Edward I to Charles Π, 1272-1662. (London, 1975 revised edition). 191 pp. with illustrations, 11 plates. Hardbound with dust cover. Afinecopy. ($40) 2325. Pridmore, F(red). The Coins of The British Commonwealth of Nations to the End of the Reign of George VI, 1952. Part 3: Bermuda, British Guiana, British Honduras and the British West Indies. (Spink & Son Ltd, London, 1965). 363 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Green and white case bound. A fine copy. ($30) 2326. Pridmore, F(red). The Coins of The British Commonwealth of Nations to the End of the Reign of George VI, 1952. Part 4: East India Company Presidency Series c. 1642-1835. (Spink & Son Ltd, London, 1975). xxv,275 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Blue cloth with dust jacket (a little worn). A fine copy. ($40) 2327. copy.

Another copy as above. Blue cloth with dust jacket (a little worn). A fine (S40)

2328. Seaby, H.A. and P.A. Rayner. The English Silver Coinage from 1649. (Seaby, 1974). 237 pp., illustrations throughout. Hardbound with dust cover. A very finecopy. ($20)

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2344. Alketar, A.S. Corpus of Indian Coins, Volume IV. The Coinage of the Gupta Empire. (Banaras Hindu University, 1957). xvi, 390 pages, 29 plates, 8vo. Grey leatherete with dust cover. A few pages loose. A very good copy. ($15)

Another copy as above. Hardbound with dust cover (torn). A fine copy. ($15)

2330. Seaby. Standard Catalogue of British Coins. Coins of England and the United Kingdon. 25th Edition, 1990. (London, 1989). xvi, 352 pages, illustrated throughout. Glossy hardbound. A fine copy. ($10) 2331. Simon, James. Simon's Essay on Irish Coins, and of the Currency of Foreign Monies in Ireland; with Mr. Snelling's Supplement. (London, 1975 reprint of 1810 original). 180 pp., 8 line drawn plates. Green leatherette. Afinecopy. ($15) 2332. Trowbridge, RidiardJ.CrownsoftheBrilidi Empire. (Krause, 1971). 169 pages, illustrated, 4to. Blue cloth. A few scuffs on the cover. A fine copy. ($15) 2333.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($15)

2334. Van Arsdell, R.D. Celtic Coinage of Britain. (Spink, 1989). xvi, 584 pages, 54 plates. Green casebound with dust cover. Dust cover a little dirty, otherwise a very fine copy. The standard reference. ($75) 2335. Lot of fivetitlesrelating to British numismatics and one on Canadian. Includes: Seaby, 1980 Coins of England; Bressett, A Guide Book of English Coins (1968); Dolley, Anglo-Saxon Pennies (1970); Davisson, Token Catalog and Handbook; and Charlton, 1966 Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins. All fine copies. ($35) 2336. Lot of three titles on British coins. Includes: The Coins of The British Commonwealth of Nations, Part 3, West Indies, by F. Pridmore, 1965; Coins of the British World by Robert Friedbeig. 1962; and The Guidebook and Catalogue of British Commonwealth Coins by Jerome Remick, 1971 Third edition. All very good copies. ($30)

TITLES ON WORLD NUMISMATICS : MEDIEVAL TO MODERN 2337. Abu-L-Faraj Al-Ush, Muhammd. The Silver Hoard of Damascus, Sasanian, Arab-Sasanian, Khuwarizmian and Umayyad, Kept in the National Museum of Damascus. (Damascus, 1972). 359 page, 47 plates, 8vo. Green cloth Covers warped, otherwise a fine copy. ($45) 2338. Adams, Edgar H. Catalogue of the Collection of Julius Guttag, Comprising the Coinage of Mexico, Central America, South America and the West Indies. (New Yoik, 1929 original). 514 pages, illustrated throughout Cloth, gilt A very good copy. ($65) 2339. Adams, Edgar H. Catalogue of the Collection of Julius Guttag, Comprising the Coinage of Mexico, Central America, South America and the West Indies. (Chicago 1974reprintof New Yoik, 1929 original). 514 pages, illustrated throughout Cloth, gilt. A new copy. ($40) 2340.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

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2341. Ahlström, Bjame. Coins of The Swedish Possessions, 1561-1878. (Stockholm, 1967). 173 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Text in Swedish, Geiman and English. Glossy hard cover. Small tear at top of spine. A very good copy. ($15) 2342. Ahlström, Bjame, Yngve Almerand Bengt Hemmingsson. Sveriges Mynt 1521-1977, The Coinage of Sweden. (Stockholm, 1976). 325 pages, illustrated throughout, 4to. A price and rarity guide for Swedish coins. Hardbound. Comers lightly bumped, minor scuffing on oover. A nice fine copy. ($30) 2343. Album, Stephen Marsden's Numianata Orientalia Ulustrata. A Guide to Islamic and Oriental Coins with Values. (New Yak, 1977reprintof 1823 original). 318 pp., woodcut illustrations throughout text, small 8vo. Cream casebound with dust cover. Dust cover a little scuffed, otherwise a very fine copy. ($25)

2345. Allan, John and Edward James Rapson. A Catalogue of the Indian Coins in the British Museum. (London, 1967 reprint of 1908,1914 and 1936 originals). Three Volumes. Volume I: Catalogue of the Coins of Ancient India, clxvii, 318 pages, 46 plates; Volume Π: Catalogue of the Coins of the Gupta Dynasties and of Sasanka, King of Gauda. cxxxviii, 184 pages, 24 plates; Volume ΙΠ: Catalog of the Coins of the Andhra Dynasty, The Western Ksatrapas, The Traikutaka Dynasty, and the "Bohdi" Dynasty, ccviii, 268 pages, 21 plates. All hardbound. Top of spine on Volume I torn, otherwise fine copies. ($50) 2346. Andhra Pradesh Government Archaeological Series. Lot of four titles. Includes: No. 3, Qutub Shahi Coins in the Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, by Abdul Wali Khan, (1961); No. 4, A Catalogue of the Vijayanagar Coins of the Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, by N. Ramesan, (1962); No. 10, Vishnukundin Coins in the Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, by M. Rama Rao (1963); and No. 13, Select Gold and Silver Coins in the Andhra Pradesh Government Museum, by M. Rama Rao, (1963). All with paper covers. Covers loose on two titles. Very good copies. ($45) 2347. Arnold, Dr. Paul Dr. Harald Küthmann and Di Dirk SteinMber. Catalogue of German Coins. Gold, silver and minor coins since 1800 with their valuations. (New Yoik, 1972). 320 pages, illustrated throughout Hard cover. Afinecopy. ($15) 2348. Balog, Paul The Coinage of The Ayy ubids. (London, 1980). RNS Special Publication No. 12. 334 pages, text illustrations, 50 plates. Hardbound in maroon leatherette. Dust cover dirty, otherwise a veiy fine copy. ($50) 2349. Banca Popolare Di Novara. La Moneta Italiana un Secolo dal 1870. (Novara, 1971). 558 pages, lavishly illustrated throughout (most in color), folio. Also Primo Centario. (Novara, 1971). 210, (28) pages, also lavishly illustrated in color, folio. Both beautifully bound in matching green leatherette, gilt with clear plastic dust coveis. Both housed in a matching green leatherette slip case. Pages printed on heavy, glossy paper. A very impressive set that weighs nearly 20 pounds! Very fine copies. ($300) 2350. Berman, Ariel. Islamic Coins. (LA. Mayer Memorial Institute for Islamic Art, Winter 1976 Exhibition). 155 pages, illustrated throughout, text in English and Hebrew. Printed card covers. A nice fine copy. Scarce. ($75) 2351. Brekke, B.F. The Copper Coinage of Imperial Russia 1700-1917. (Malmö, Sweden & New Yoric; 1977). 296 pp. with photographs throughout Printed casebound. Cover a little dirty, internally a very fine copy, price list included. ($45) 2352. Brunk, Gregory C. (Anthology edited by). World Countermarks on Medieval and Modern Coins. (Lawrence, Massachusetts; Quarteiman Publications, 1976 reprint of articles originally published between 1904 and 1975 in The Numismatist and in 1901 & 1914 in the American Journal of Numismatics). x,401 pp., text illustrations, small 8vo. Yellow cloth with dust cover 2" long cut through back of dust jacket and into cover, otherwise a nice fine copy. ($35) 2353. Buigos, E Alvarez. Prontuario de la Moneda Hispano Visigoda. (Madrid, ?). 63 pages, illustrated, 12mo. Glossy card covers. A fine copy. ($10) 2354. Cairola, Aldo. Le Monete DeU'Unita D'ltalia. (Rome, 1970). 222 pages, illustrated throughout (some in color), 4to. Blue casebound with dust cover. Front hinge broken, pages starting to yellow around edge. A veiy good copy. ($40) 2355. Cairola, Aldo. Le Zecche Degli Stati Italian!. (Rome, 1974). 281 pages, illustrated throughout (some in color), 4to. Brown casebound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($55)

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2356. Calico, F. & X. & Joaqin Trigo. Monedas Espariolas Desde Fernando Ε Isabel A Juan Carlos I, Anos: 1474 a 1988. (Barcelona, 1988 7th edition). 703 pp., (1), text illustrations, price guide, 4to. Green leatherette, gilt, with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($50) 2357. Calico, F. & X. The "Onza" Main Book (the Gold Doubloon of Eight). Spain, Provinces and Independent Republics of America. Counterstamps and Counterfeits. 1611-1873. (Barcelona, Calico Brothers, 1986). 222 pp., illustrated, 4to. Red leatherette, gilt, with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($50) 2358. Calico, F. Xavier. Florines de Aragôn. (Barcelona, 1966). 113 pages, 8vo. Green casebound. Cover faded at spine. A very good copy. ($15) 2359. Calico, F. Xavier & Joaqin Trigo. Monedas Espanolas Desde Felipe V a Isabel Π, 1700-1868. (Barcelona, 1977). 511 pages, text illustrations, price guide, 4to. Printed card covers. Cover separated from text. A very good copy. ($15) 2360. Carles-Tolra, Emilio. Catâlogo de la Collecciôn Numismâtica Emilio Carles-Tolra. (Barcelona, 1936). Two volumes, one of text and one of plates. 344 pages, 132 fine plates, folio. Matching green quarter leather with green marbled boards, gilt. Light scuffing around the edges, a few tears in the paper folder around the plates. A fine copy. Rare. ($750) Ex Third Joint Kolbe -Spink Book Sale, December 2,1984,101255. 2361. Castân, Carlos and Juan R. Cayon. Las Monedas Espanolas desde los Reyes Catôlicos al Estado Espanol. (Madrid, 1977) 946pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Hardbound. A nice fine copy. ($30) 2362. Castin, Catios and Juan R. Cayôn. Las Monedas Espanolas desde los Reyes CatôUcos al Estado Espanol. (Madrid, 1973). 534 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Hardbound. A nice fine copy. ($20) 2363. Castan, Carlos. Duros Del Mundo, 1831-1971. (Madrid, 1970). 353 pages, illustrated throughout, index, small 8vo. Blue casebound with dust cover. Dust cover torn and stuck to cover, comers bumped. ($15) 2364. Chaves, Rafael and Felix Garcia-Rodriguez. El Durillo ο Veinten de Ore. (Madrid; Ahamira, Talleres Grafioos; 1964). No. 515 of 1000 copies printed. 177 pp., (7), illustrations in text, gold-tinted frontispiece, 12mo. Soiled yellow cloth, gilt. Light foxing internally. A very good copy. ($20) 2365. Choudhury, Chittaranjan Roy. A Catalogue of Early Indian Coins in the Asutosh Museum, Part 1. (Calcutta, 1962). xxv, (1), 45 pages, 10 plates. Casebound. Covers lighdy sunned and warped, internally fine. ($20) 2366. Clain-Stefanelli, Elvira Eliza. Italian Coin Engravers Since 1800. (Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution Press, 1965). Contributions From The Museum of History and Technology: Paper No. 33. 67 pp., (1), illustrated, 4to. Printed paper covers. Veiy good copy. ($10)

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2371. Coole, Arthur Bradden. The Early Coins of the Chou Dynasty. (Quarteiman Publications, 1973). 557 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Yellow casebound. Cover a little dirty, otherwise a fine copy. ($20) 2372. Cordry, Scott Eric. The Modern Coinage of Sweden. (Malter-Westerfteld Publishing, 1971 ). 75 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Glossy hard cover. A very good copy. ($8) 2373. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum. Primo Tentative Di Un Catalogo Generale Delle Monete Medieval! Ε Moderne Coniate In Italia Ο Da Italian! In Altri Paesi. Volume ID. Liguria - Isola di Corsica. (Bologna, Fomi undated reprint). 619 [ 2 9,.‫גן‬plates, thick quarto. Quarter blue leatherette with marbled boards. A very fine copy. ($ 125) 2374. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum. Primo Tentative Di Un Catalogo Generale Delle Monete Medieval! Ε Moderne Coniate In Italia Ο Da Italian! In Altri Paesi. Volume IV: Lombardia (Zecche Minori). (Bologna, Forni 1982 reprint of Rome, 1934 original). 588 pp., 48 plates, thick quarto. Quarter blue leatherette wilh matbled boards. A very fine copy. ($125) 2375. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum. Primo Tentative Di Un Catalogo Generale Delle Monete Medieval! Ε Moderne Coniate In Italia Ο Da Italian! In Altri Paesi. Volume X. Emilia (Parte 2). Bologna e Ferrara - Ravenna e Rimini. (Bologna, Fomi undated reprint). 763 pp., 48 plates, thick quarto. Quarter blue leatherette wilh marbled boards. A very fine copy. ($125) 2376. Corpus Nummorum Italicorum. Primo Tentative Di Un Catalogo Generale Delle Monete Medieval! Ε Moderne Coniate In Italia Ο Da Italian! In Altri Paesi. Volume XIII: Marche. (Bologna, Fomi undated reprint). 596 pp., 31 plates, thick quarto. Quarter blue leatherette with marbled boards. A veryfinecopy. ($125) 2377. Courteau, Eugene G. The Coins and Tokens of Nova Scotia. (New York, 1982 reprint of Quebec, 1911 origianl). 29 pages, 7 plates. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($8) 2378. Cresswell, O.D. Chinese Cash. (Durst and Spink and Sons, 1979). 120 pages, 20 plates of line drawings, 12mo. Printed card covers. A very good copy.

($10)

2379. Cunningham, A. Coins of Ancient India from the Earliest Times Down to the Seventh Century A.D.(Dehli, 1971). 118pages, 14plates, 12mo. Blue casebound. A very good copy. ($15) 2380. Cunningham, Major-General Sir A. Coins of Medieval India From the Seventh Century Down to the Muhammadan Conquests. (Delhi, 1967). vi, 108 pp., 11 plates, map, 12mo. Hardbound. Very good copy. ($20) 2381. D'Incem, Vico. Le Monete Papali del XIX Secolo. (Milan, 1962). 147 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Red cloth, gilt. A very good copy. ($10)

2367. Clarke, Robert L. The Coins and Tokens of British Oceania. (MalterWesterfield, 1971 fifth edition). 162 pages, illustrated throughout, 12mo. Glossy hard cover. A fine copy. ($15)

2382. Davenport, John S. European Crowns 1484· 1600. (Frankfurt am Main, 1985 edition). 334 pp. with illustrations, small 8vo. Red leatherette. A new copy. ($40)

2368. Coffin, Joseph. Coins Of The Popes. (New York, 1946). 169 pp., 16 plates. Hardbound. A very good copy. ($10)

2383. Davenport, JohnS. European Crowns 1484-1600. (Frankfurt am Main, 1977 edition). 330 pp. with illustrations, small 8vo. Red leatherette. A new copy. ($40)

2369. Coole, Arthur Bradden, Hitoshi Kozono, and Howard Bowker. An Encyclopedia of Chinese Coins, Volume I. A Bibliography on Far Eastern Numisnatology and a Coin Index. (Quarterman Publications, 1967). 581 pages, illustrated, 8vo. White casebound. Cover a little dirty, otherwise afinecopy, scarce. ($50)

2384. Davenport, John S. European Crowns 1700-1800. (London, Spink & Son Ltd., 1964). 334 pp. wilh illustrations, price guide, small 8vo. Red leatherette. A fine copy. ($60)

2370. Coole, Arthur Bradden. Spade Coin Types of the Chou Dynasty. (Quarterman Publications, 1972). 511 pages, illustrated, 8vo. White casebound. Cover a little dirty, otherwise a fine copy. ($25)

2385. Davenport, John S. European Crowns and Talers Since 1800. (Spink & Sons Ltd., 1964 edition). 423 pp. with illustrations. Red casebound. A fine copy. ($30)

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2386. Davenport, John S. European Crowns and Tälers Since 1800. (Buffalo, N.Y., 1947 original). 193 pp. with illustrations. Hardbound. Very good copy. ($15)

2403. Dietiker, Hans A. Böhmen Katalog der Habsburger Münzen 1526 bis 1887. (Munich, 1979). 421 pages, illustrated in text. Tan cloth with dust cover. A ($35) nice fine copy.

2387. Davenport, John S. German Church and City Talers. 1600-1700. (Galesburg, IL, 1967 edition). 349 pp., with illustrations, valuation sheet included. Hardbound. Fine copy. ($20)

2404. Divo, Jean-Paul and Edwin Tobler. Die Münzen Der Schweiz im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert (Zurich, Bank Leu AG., and Adolph Hess, Luzetn, 1969). 215 pages, illustrated throughout 8vo. Grey cloth with dust caver. A very fine copy. ($40)

2388. Davenport John S. German Secular Tylers 1600-1700. (Frankfurt am Main, 1976). 588 pp. with illustrations, 8vo. Gray leatherette. A new copy. ($50) 2389.

Another copy as above. Very finecopy.

2405. Divo, Jean-PauL Die Taler Der Schweiz. (Bank Leu and Adolph Hess, 1966). 94 pages, 36 plates, 8vo. Gold cloth with dust cover, includes price list. Dust cover torn, otherwise a very fine copy. ($30)

($40)

2390. Davenport, John S. German Talers 1500-1600. (Frankfurt am Main, 1979). 422 pp. with illustrations. Hardbound. A very fine copy. ($60)

2406. Divo, Jean-Paul. Schweizer Proben. Eine Zusammenstellung der Offiziellen Proben zu den Bundesmünzen seit dem jähre 1850. (1985). 91 pages, illustrated throughout Hardbound. 86 coins cataloged. A very fine copy. ($20)

2391. Davenport, John S. German Talers 1700-1800. (London, 1979 Third edition). 416 pp. with illustrations. Hardbound. Very fine copy. ($45)

2407. Dolley, Michael. Anglo-Saxon Pennies. (London, 1964). 2 1 i x 14cm., 32 pp., 16plates,colorfrontis.Cardcovers.Hnecopy. ($10)

2392. Another copy as above. Top edge dirty, cover lighlty scuffed, otherwise a very fine copy. ($40)

2408. Dolley, MichaeL Viking Coins of the Danelaw and of Dublin. (London, 1965). 21.5 χ 14 cm., 32 pp., 16 plates. Card covers. A fine copy. ($15)

2393. Davenport, John S. Large Size Silver Coins of the World. (Krause Publications, 1991). 192 pages, illustrated throughout, large 8vo. Red leatherette. A very fine copy. ($50)

2409. Duby, Tobiésen. Traité Des Monnoies Des Barons. (Paris, 1790). Two Volumes. 183 (1);331 (l)pages, 120 finely engraved plates, including lOsupplemental plates. Waterstaining in both volumes, but not bad. Pages still soft and not the slightest bit brittle. Green casebound, gilt modem. A nice copy of this Rare work. ($500)

2394. Davenport lohn S. The Tal ers of the Austrian Noble Houses. (Galesburg, Illinois; 1972). vi, (7)-64 pp., with illustrations, small octavo. Printed card covers. Fine copy. ($8) 2395. De Mey, JR. European Crown Size Coins and Their Multiples. Vol. I. Germany, 1486-1599. (Amsterdam, 1975). 331 pages, illustrated throughout, 4to. Green leatherette with dust jackeL Includes valuation sheeL Dust jacket a little dirty, comers lightly bumped. A fine copy. ($25)

2410. Dupplessy, Jean. Les Monnaies Françaises Royales de Hugues Capet A Louis XVI (987-1793), Volume Π. (Paris and Maastricht 1989). 350 pages, illustrated ($40) throughout Blue cloth. A very fine copy. 2411. Elliot SirWalter. Coins ofSouthern India. (Varanasi, India, 1970). 159 pages, 4 plates, large 8vo. Casebound with dust cover. A very good copy. ($10)

2396. De Mey, Jean & Poindessault Bernard. Répertoire De La Numismatique Française Contemporaine 1793 à Nos Jours. (Bruxelles - Paris, 1976 Third edition). 438 pp., illustrated. Brown leatherette, gilt lettering with gilt blindstamp of Écu de Six Livres on the cover. Fine copy. ($20)

2412. Erbstein, Julius and Albert Die Ritter von Sdiulthess-Rechberg'sche Münz-u. Medaillen-Sammlung. (Quarterman, 1974 reprint in one volume of Dresden, 1869 and 1869 originals), xvi, 435,20, xiii, 603,17 pages. Brown casebound with dust cover. Dust cover dirty. A fine copy. ($40)

2397. De Mey, Jean & Poindessault, Bernard. Répertoire Des Monnaies Napoléonides. (Bruxelles - Paris, 1971). 551 pp., illustrated. Green cloth, gQt with torn dust cover. Fine copy. ($30)

2413. Emst Barbara. Les Monnaies Françaises depuis 1848. (Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1968). 79 pages, illustrated throughout. Text in French and German. Glossy hard covers. Tops of pages starting to yellow, small tears at top and bottom of spine. A very good copy. ($15)

2398. De Morgan, J. Manuel De Numismatique Orientale De L'Antiquité et du Moyen Age. (Chicago, 1979 reprint of Paris, 1923-1936 originals). 475pages,line drawings throughout texL Covers such areas as Bactria, Persis, Arabia, and Kushan. Text in French. Card covers, dirty. A fine copy. ($20) 2399. De Saulcy, Louis Felicien. Numismatique Des Croisades. (Bologna, 1974 reprint of Paris, 1847 original.), viii, 174pages, 19 plates of line drawings, 4to. Text in French. Printed paper covers. Very good copy. ($40) 2400. Den Duyts, François). Notice Sur Les Anciennes Monnaies Des Comtes de Flandre, Ducs de Brabant, Comtes de Hainaut, Comtes de Namur et Ducs de Luxembourg. (Alfred Szego, 1972 reprint of Gand, C. Annoot- Braeckman, 1847 nouvelle edition). 128 pp., 48 plates interspersed in the text 12mo. Card covet A very finecopy. ($15) 2401. Di Borgomale, H.L Rabino. Coins, Medals and Seals of the Shahs of Iran, 1500-1941. (International Numismatic Press, 1973 reprint of 1945 original), xv, 108 pages, 4 plates, 5 fold-out tables, 12mo. Printed paper covers. Afinecopy. ($15) 2402.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($15)

2414. Friedberg, Robert. Gold Coins of the World, Complete from 600 A.D. to the Present (New York, 1971). 428pp. with illustrations. Hardbound. Finecopy. ($15) 2415. Furber, E A (editor). The Coinages of Latin America and the Caribbean. (Quarterman Publications, 1974 edition), ix, 486 pages, 8vo. A compilation of articles originally published in The Numismatist between 1911 and 1971. Green casebound with dust jacket A fine copy. ($35) 2416. Gadouty, Victor. Monnaies Françaises, 1789-1981. (Baden, Germany; Victor Gadoury, 1981). 352 pp., illustrations in text 12mo. Red casebound, gilt. Very good copy. ($10) 2417. Gardiakos, S. The Coinage of Modern Greece, Crete, the Ionian Islands and Cyprus. (Chicago, 1969). 96 pages, 16 plates, 12mo. Brown casebound, gilt A very fine copy. ($10) 2418. Glück, Harry. Ärtalsförteckning Over Svenska Mynt Med Värderingspriser: Gustav Vasa - Gustaf VI Adolf 1521-1966. (Stockholm, 1966). 132 pages, valuations, 12mo. Printed card covers. Light chipping on spine, comers bent A very good copy. ($8)

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2419. Glück, Harry. Artalsförteckning Over Svenska Mynt Med Värderingspriser: Gustav Vasa · Gustaf VI Adolf 1521-1950, Jämte Förteckning over Gustaf VI Adolfs Mynt 1952-1959. (Stockholm, 1959). 114 pages, valuations, 12mo. Hard cover. A very gexxi copy. ($10) 2420. Gray, John C.F. Tranquebar, A Guide to the coins of Danish India dr· ca 1620 to 1845. (Quarterman, 1974). 83 pages, phenos and line drawings, 8vo. Blue casebound gilt, with dust cover. Dust cover a bit dirty, otherwise a nice fine copy. ($25) 2421. Grierson, Philip and Mark Blackburn. Medieval European Coinage With a Catalogue of the Coins in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Volume 1: The Early Middle Ages (5th-10th centuries). (Cambridge, England; 1986). 674 pp., 65 plates. A definitive study of a neglected area of numismatics. Blue cloth. Binding a little weak and e»veriselirty. A very good copy. ($100) 2422. Grote, H(erman). Münzstudien. Fünfter Band. (Ldpzig, 1867 e>riginal). vi, pages 129-516,7 engraved plates in text 1 page of handwritten notes tipped in. Grey mottled boards with a black spine. Light foxing. Afinecopy. Rare. ($75) 2423. Guehler, Le May Ramsden and Harding Kneeeiler. Siamese Coins and Tokens, An Anthology. (Lonekjn, 1977). Three parts bound in txie. xi, 389 pages, ilustrated. Black leatherette, gilt. A fine copy. ($40) 2424. Harris, Robert P. A Guidebook of Russian Coins 1725 to 1972. (Amsterdam, 1974 second eelition). 160 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Red casebound cejver lightly sunned. A fine copy. ($15) 2425. Harris, Robert P. Pillars and Portraits. (San Jose, 1968). 96 pages, illustrated, valuations, 12mo. Brown casebound. Cover dirty. A fine copy. ($10) 2426. Hazlitt, W. Carew. The Coinage of The European Continent, Middle Ages-20th Century, with An Introduction and Catalogues of Mints, Denominations and Rulers. (Chicago,1974reprint of Londe>n, 1893& 1897 editions). xxviii, 747 pages, few illustrations in text "A New Eelition with a Preface and Reference Bibliography by Prof. Al. N. Oikonomides, Loyola University of Chicago." Printed card covers. A fine copy. ($40) 2427. Heiss, Aloiss. Description Generale des Monnaies des Rois Wisigoths D'Espagne. (Chicago, 1980 reprint of Paris 1872 original). 185 pages, 13 plates of wexxl cuts, large 8vo. Hardbound As new copy. ($40) 2428. Hobson, Burton and Dr. Emst Nathorst - Böös. Münz Katalog Skandinavien von 1534 bis heute. (Munich, Emst Battenberg Verlag, 1971). 137, (6) pages, illustrated throughout. Yellow cloth with dust cover. Comers lightly bumped, small tear on dust cover. A fine copy. ($15) 2429. Hobson, Burton. Catalogue of Scandinavian Coins: Gold, Silver and Minor Coins Since 1534 and Their Valuations. (Port Washington, N.Y., 1972 second eelition). 134pp., illustrated throughout Hardcover. Afinecopy. ($15) 2430. Jaeckel, Peter. Die Münzprägungen des Hauses Habsburg 1780-1918 und der Bundesrepublik Osterrdch 1918-1964,2. ergänzte und erweiterte Auflage. (Basel, Münzen und Medaillen, 1965). 183 pages, illustrated throughout, 12mo.Cardœvers. Afinecopy,abitmusty. ($20) 2431. Jaeckel, Peter. Die Münzprägungen des Hauses Habsburg 1780-1918 und der Bundesrepublik Österreich 1918-1956. (Basel, Münzen und Medaillen, 1956). 156 pages, ‫ש‬ustIated throughout, 12mo. Grey cloth. Cover a bit ehrty. Internally a fine e»py. ($20) 2432. Jaeger, Kurt. Die Deutschen Münzen seit 1871. (Basel, Münzen und Medaillen AG., 1979). 682 pages, illustrated throughout 12mo. Card covers. A fine copy. ($15) 2433. Kaminski, Czeslaw. An Illustrated Catalogue of Polish Coins, 19161976. (Warsaw, 1977). 225 pages, line drawings throughout, narrow 8vo. Printed card covers. A fine copy. ($10)

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2434. Kann, Eduard. The Currencies of China. (Shanghai, 1927 edition), xxxiv, 559 pages, illustrated. Brown casebound Front and back hinges broke, cover dirty and stained. Internally fine. Rare. ($ 100) 2435. Kann, Eduard. The Currencies of China. (New York, 1978 reprint of 1926 original), xviii, 540, xlviii pages. Brown casebound. A new copy. ($40) 2436. Kann, Ε. Illustrated Catalog of Chinese Coins (Gold, Silver, Nickel and Aluminum). (Los Angeles, 1954). 476pages, 224 plates, 8vo. Hardbound with dust jacket. Scarce original edition. A very good copy. ($95) 2437. Katz, Dr. Viktor. A Thousand Years of Bohemian Official Coinage [929-1929]. (Prague, 1929 original). (2), (5>29 pp., (1), 3 plates. 8vo. Printed paper covers. Cover separated from text A good copy. ($10) 2438. Katz, Dr. Viktor. A Thousand Years of Bohemian Official Coinage [929-1929], (New York, Durst 1980 reprint of Prague, 1929 original). (2), (5>29 pp., (1), 3 plates. Small 8vo. Printed paper covers. A very fine copy. ($8) 2439. Kennepohl, Dr. PhiL KarL Die Münzen von Osnabrück. (Münster, 1967 reprint of 1938 original), xv, 396 pages, 43 plates, text illustrations, map, 4to. Brown cloth. Plates bound out of order (plates 37 and 3 8 switched with plate 43). A nice fine copy. The standard work. ($75) 2440. Kisch, Guido. Studien Zur Medaillengeschichte. [Studies in Medallic History]. (Scienti Verlag Aalen, 1975). 222 pages, illustrated, 12mo. A grouping of 29 essays on medals, most in English. Gold cloth with clear plastic dust cover. A fine copy. ($20) 2441. Leitäo, Santos. Catilogo de Moedas Brasileiras de 1643-1965. (Riode Janeiro, 1965). 205 pages, illustrated throughout Blue casebound gilt A very good copy. ($10) 2442. Llopis, Felipe Mateu. Glosario Hispânico de Numismâtica. (Barcelona, 1946). xiii, 224 pages, 26 plates, 8vo. Printed paper covers, moderate foxing throughout Scarce original edition. A very good copy. ($50) 2443. Lockhart, James H. Stewart The Lockhart Collection of Chinese Copper Coins. (Quarterman Publications, 1975). xv, 62 pages, 174 plates of line drawings. Yellow cloth with dust cover. A fine copy. ($40) 2444. Long, Richard A. The Availability of 20th Century Mexican Coins. (Brandon, Oregon, 1976). 161 pages, illustrations, many pages erfcharts (unnumbered and too many to count). Printed card covers. Comers lightly bent. A nice fine copy. ($15) 2445. Luschin, Arnold Steirische Münzfiinde, Fundtabellen und Ergebnisse. (Graz, 1971 reprint of 1909 original). 148 pages, illustrated throughout Tan doth. A very fine copy. ($15) 2446. Mayhew, Ν J. (Edite). Coinage In The Low Countries (880-1500). The Third Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History. (British Archaeological Reports 54, Oxford, 1979). (2), ν, (1), 215 pp., (1), 4vo. Printed card covers. Afinecopy. ($25) 2447.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($25)

2448. Mazard, Jean. Histoire Monétaire et Numismatique Contemporaine. Tome1.1790-1848.Tome Π. 1848-1967. (Paris and Baie, 1965 & 1969). Two vdurnes. 294 pages; 310 pages. Both illustrated throughout, 4to. Printed card covers. A very fine set. ($85) 2449. Mazard, Jean. Histoire Monétaire et Numismatique des Colonies et de L'Union Française, 1670-1952. (Paris, 1953). 202 pages, 17 plates, 8vo. Printed card covers a little larger than the text Minor chipping around edges erf cover, intemallyfine. ($50)

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2450. Metcalf, DM., Editor. Coinage In Medieval Scotland (1100-1600), The Second Oxford Sympoaum on Coinage and Monetary History. BAR 45. (Oxford, England; 1977). 198 pp. Paper covers. Fine copy. A must reference for the Scottish specialist. ($25)

27 plates. Quarto. Matching brown cloth with red leather spine labels, gilt. Front and back hinges broken in Volume I and Π, iront hinge broken in Volume ΙΠ. Minor scuffing around edges. A fine set. The standard reference cm French feudal coinage. Rare with the supplemental volume. ($750)

2451. Miles, Geoige C. Coins of the Spanish Muluk al-Tawa'if. (New Yoik, 1954). Hispanic Numismatic Series Monograph No. ΙΠ. 169 pages, 15 plates. Card covers. Very fine copy. ($30)

2464. Poey D'Avant, Faustin. Monnaies Féodales De France. (Bologna, 1961 reprint of Paris 1858-1862 originals). 4 volumes ( 3 of text, lof plates). 1256pages, 163 plates of line drawings. A standardreferencefor medieval French feudal coinage. Cloth. A very fine set ($125)

2452. Miles, Geoige C. The Coinage of The Umayyads of Spain. (New Yoik, 1950). Hispanic Numismatic Series Monograph No. I in two volumes. 234 pages, 591 pages, 15 plates. Still a standard, definitive reference. Card covers. Mildew damage on spines, internally unaffected. A fine set otherwise. ($45)

2465. Pradeau, Alberto Francisco. Numismatic History of Mexico from the Pre-Columbian Epoch to 1823. (Los Angeles, 1938 original). 146pages, 23 plates. Brown casebound, gilt. Comers lightly bumped, otherwise a nice fine oopy. Scarce.

($100) 2453. Miller Zu Aichholz, V.; A. Loehr & Ε. Holzmair. Österreichische Münzprägungen 1519-1938. (Chicago, 1981 reprint of Vienna, Verlag Bundessammlung Von Medaillen, Münzen und Geldzeichen, 1948 Second edition). Two volumes, xl, 354 pp.; 14pp.,56 fine plates. Oblong folio. Red and grey buckram boards, gilt A new set The standard reference on Austrian numismatics.

2466. Prakash, Satya and Rajendra Singh. Coinage of Ancient India. A Numismatic, Archaeochemical, and Metallurgical Study of Ancient Indian Coins. (New Dehli, 1968). xxii, 546 pages, 14 fiâtes, 8vo. hardbound. Front hinge broken, cover scuffed and dirty. A veiy good copy. ($30)

($200) 2454. Mitchiner, MichaeL The Multiple Dirhems of Medieval Afghanistan. (London, 1973). 137 pages, illustrated throughout text Card covers. Very good copy, covers dirty. ($20) 2455. Murthy.A.V.Narasimha. The Coins of Karnataka. (Mysore, 1975).249 pages, illustrated in text laige 12mo. Printed on cheap paper. Hardbound with dust cover. A very good copy. ($15)

2467. Pridmore, Major F. Coins and Coinages of the Straits Settlements and British Malaya 1786 to 1951. (Spink, 1968). 271 pages, illustrated throughout, 4to. Orange casebound. Afinecopy. ($20) 2468. Prinsep, James. Essays on Indian Antiquities, Historic, Numismatic and Paléographie of the Late James Princeps, F.R.S. (Dehli, 1971). Edited by Edward Thomas. In Two Volumes. Over 800 pages, illustrated, laige 12mo. Printed on cheap, newspaper quality, paper. Hardbound with dust covets (tattered). Good copies. ($15)

2456. Müseier, Karl Bergbaugepräge. Dargestellt auf Grund der Sammlung der Preussag Aktiengesellschaft (Hannover, Germany, 1983). In two volumes. Pages unnumbered (2.25 inches thick), illustrated throughout, 4to. Blue cloth with glossy cardboard slip case. A very fine set ($100)

2469. Prober, K. Catilogo das Medalhas da Repûblica. Contribuiçâo aos Festejos do 4. Centenârio do Rio de Janeiro. (1965). 209 pages, 8vo. Printed card covers. A nice fine copy. ($20)

2457. Narain, A.K, Editor. Complete Works of Alexander Cunningham, No. 11, Later Indo-Scythians. (Varanasi, India, 1962 reprint from the 1893-1894 Numismatic Chronicle). Pages 93-293,10 plates, 12mo. Green casebound Cover neatly separated from text A veiy good copy. ($15)

2470. Probszt, Günther. Die Münzen Salzburgs. Zweite ergänzte Auflage Besorgt durch Erich B. Cahn. (Bâle, Publication No. 1 de l'Association Internationale des Numismates Professionnels, 1959). 286 pp., 27 plates. Small octavo. Tan cloth. Fine copy, a little dirty. ($40)

2458. North, J J. English Hammered Coinage. Two Volumes. Volume I. Early Anglo-Saxon to Henry ΙΠ, c. 600-1272. (London, 1980). 218 pp. with illustrations, 16 plates. Hardbound with dust cover, and Volume Π. Edward I to Charles Π, 12721662. (London, 1975revisededition). 191 pp. with illustrations, 11 plates. Hardbound with dust cover. Minor tears on both dust jackets. Very fine copies. ($70)

2471. Prou, Maurice. Les Monnaies Carolingiennes. (Graz, 1969 reprint of Paris, 1892 original). 180 pages, 23 plates. Standard reference based on the Bibliothèque Nationale collecton. Green cloth with dust cover. A veiy fine copy. ($60)

2459. Pagani, Antonio. Monete Italiane Moderne A Sistema Decimale da Napoleone Console Alia Repubblica Italiana (1800-1952). (Milan, 1953). 93 pages, illustrated throughout, 4to. Printed card covers. Chipping at spine, cover creased. A very good copy. ($15) 2460. Pagani, Antonio. Monete Italiane Moderne A Sistema Decimale da Napoleone Console A Vittorio Emanuele ΙΠ (1800-1946). (Milan, 1947). 83 pages, illustrated throughout, 4to. Printed card covers. Spine bumped at bottom otherwise a fine copy. ($20) 2461. Pedrotti, Rolando. Monete Decimali Italiane Vittorio Emanuele ΙΠ. (Trento, Edizioni Numismatiche Moderne, 1967). 230 pages, illustrated throughout 8vo. Green cloth with dust jackeL Afinecopy. ($15) 2462. Pellicer I Bru, J. El Medio Duro. Espana, Provincias de América, e Imperio. Con la Colaboracion y Direccion de X. & F. Calico. (Barcelona, Editor Los Autores, 1971). 429 pp., (3), text illustrations. Brown leatherette, gilt A veiy good copy. ($25) 2463. Poey D'Avant, Faustin. Monnaies Féodales De France. (Paris, Au Bureau De La Revue Numismatique Française; 1858,1860& 1862). 3 volumes. (4),xii, 367 pp., 51 plates; (4),418 pp., (2),plates 52-101; (4),471 pp.,plates 102-163. Also includes Caron, E. Monnaies Féodales De France. (Paris, 1882). xxiv, 413 pages,

2472. Reis, Pedro Batalha. Preçârio das Moedas Portugueses de 1140 a 1640. (Lisbon, 1955). 54, (10) pages, 65 plates, 8vo. Printed card covers. Spine a little dirty, comers bumped. A veiy good copy. ($30) 2473. Réthy, L and G. Probszt Corpus Nummorum Hungariae. (Graz, 1958). 128 pages, 49 plates of line drawings. Text in Geiman. Standardreferenceon medieval Hungarian coinage. Pale green cloth Minor maiks on cover. ($40) 2474. Rhodes, N.G., K. Gabrisch and C. Valdettaro. The Coinage of Nepal from the Earliest Times Until 1911. (London, 1989). RNS Special Publication #21.249 pages, 51 plates, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. Dust cover a little soiled, otherwise a very fine copy. ($65) 2475. Riechmann, A. & Co. Die Mittelalterlichen Münzen des Hessischen Landesmuseums In Kassel. (November25 to 29,1924). 2337 lots, 41 plates. (New Yoik, 1977 reprint of Halle, 1924 original). Important sale of over 1500 different bracteats. Paper covers. A fine copy. ($15) 2476. Rinaldi, Alfio. Catalogo delle Medaglie Papali Annual! da Pio VII a Paolo VI. (Verona, 1967). 113 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Red cloth, gilt. Bottom right comer bumped. A fine copy. ($15)

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2477. Rinaldi, Oscar. Le Monete Coniate in Italia dalla Rivoluzione Francese ai Nostri Giorni. (Italy, 1954). 127 pages, illustrated throughout. Printed card covers. light to moderate foxing in text, coverfaded, comers bent A very good copy. ($15) 2478. Rittmann, Herbert. Schweizer Münzen und Banknoten. (Battenberg Verlag Miinchem, 1980). 176 pages, illustrated throughout, many in color. Red doth with dust cover. A nice fine copy. ($20) 2479. Rode, V.P. Catalogue of Coins in the Central Museum Nagpur, Coins of the Mughal Emperors, Part I. (Bombay, 1969). xiii, 360 pages, 24 plates, 8vo. Also included in this lot; Hussain, M.K. Catalogue of Coins in the Central Museum Nagpur, Part Π, Coins of the Later Mughal Emperors, xli, 329 pages, 25 plates, 8vo. Both hardbound with dust jackets (dirty and torn), otherwise fine copies. ($45) 2480. Sadow, Joseph and Thomas Sarrow Jr. The Coins and Medals of the Vatican. (New York, 1977). 123 pages, illustrated throughout Green casebound. A new copy. ($18) 2481. Sanchez, Leopoldo Lopez-Chaves and Jose de Yriarte Oliva. Catalogo General de la Onza de Espana y America. (Madrid, 1968). 75 pages, illustrated throughout Hard cover. Cover dirty and tops of pages starting to yellow. A very good copy ($15) 2482. Sanchez, Leopoldo Lopez-Chaves. Lot of two titles. Includes: Catalogo de las Onzas de America Independiente. (Madrid, 1962); and Catalogo de la Media Onza ο Dobian de a Cuatro. (Madrid, 1962). 88 and 139 pages, both illustrated throughout, both 4to. Both green cloth with dust covers. Very good copies. ($30) 2483. Schölten, C. The Coins of the Dutch Overseas Territories, 1601-1948. (Amsterdam, J. Schulman, 1953). 176 pages, 20 plates, 4to. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($30) 2484. Schrötter, Friedich Freiherr von. Das Preussische Münzwesen im 18. Jahrhundert. (Münster-Angelmodde, 1968 reprint in one volume of Berlin, 19021913 Originals). 212 pages, 40 plaies, 4to. Red doth, gilL Comers bumped. Internally fine. ($50) 2485. Schulman, Jacques. Handbook Van De Nederlandse Munten Van 1795 Tot 1969. (Amsterdam, Jacques Schulman B.V., 1969). 214 pp., (1), illustrated in text, small octavo. Green cloth, gilt Very good copy. ($20) 2486. Sedwick, Frank. The Practical Book of Cobs. (Mailland, FL, 1987). 81 pages, illustrated, 12mo. Printed card covers. Covers lighlty faded, otherwise a very fine copy. ($10) 2487. Sdtman, Arthur. The Monagri Hoard. An Offprint From Dumbarton Oaks Papers,#28. (Washington, D.C., 1974). 3 pages, 1 plate. Discusses a hoard of medieval Cypriote coins found in the Church of the Panagia Amasgou at Monagri, Cyprus in 1960. Paper covers. New. ($5) 2488. Severin, H.M Gold and Platinum Coinage of Imperial Russia from 1701 to 1911. (New York, 1984 reprint of 1958 original), xv, (1), 77 pp., (3), 17 plates, small 8vo. Brown leatherette. As new copy. ($25) 2489. Sharan, M.K. THbal Coins, A Study. (New Dehli, 1972). 358 pages, 10 plates, small 8vo. A work on the coinage of the Yaudheyas, the Malavas, the Audumbras and the Kunindas. Hardbound with dust caver. Jacket a little torn, otherwise afinecopy. ($30) 2490. Skinner, Dion 11. Australian Coin and Banknote Values. (South Australia, 1989 Fifteenth Edition), vi, 354 pp., illustrated throughout 4to. Valuations, rarity, mintages. Glossy hard cover. A nice fine copy. ($25)

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2492. Spink & Son, Ltd. Catalogue of Papal Medals. (London, 1962 reprint of 1898 original). 123 pages, printed paper covers. A very good copy. ($10) 2493. Suhle, Arthur. Das Münzwesen Magdeburgs Unter Erzbiscof Wichmann, 1152-1192. (Magdeburg, 1950). 53 pages, 31 plates, 8vo. Printed card covers with cloth spine. Comers bumped. A nice fine copy. ($45) 2494. Sultan, Jem. Coins of The Ottoman Empire and The Turkish Republic. (Thousands Oaks, 1977). Two volumes ( 1 of text, 1 of plates). 457 pages, 353 plates. Green leatherette with matching with slipcase. A very fine copy. Signed by the Author. ($85) 2495. Sutherland, C.H.V. English Coinage: 600-1900. (London, 1973). 232 pp., 108 fine plates. An excellent survey of English coinage by this noted numismatist Hardbound with dust cover (lightly sunned). A very fine copy and out of print ($50) 2496. Testa, Girolamo Spaziani. Ducatoni, Piastre Scudi, Talleri e Loro Multipli. I. Casa Savoia da Filiberto Π a Vittorio Emanuele III (1497-1946). (Rome, 1951). 75 pages, engravings throughout text, valuations, 8vo. Green cloth, güt Light foxing, cover faded. A very good copy. ($15) 2497. Tingström, Bertel. Plate Money, The World's Largest Currency. (Stockholm, 1986). 344 pages, illustrated throughout, 4to. Glossy hard caver Lot also includes Copper Coins ofSweden.byO.P.Eklund, 1962 Numismatist reprint Avery fine copy. ($40) 2498. Tingström, BerteL Svensk Numismatisk Uppslagsbok, Mynt i ord och bild 1521-1962. (Stockholm, 1963). 260 pages, profusely illustrated. Blue casebound, gilt, with a torn dust cover. A very good copy. ($20) 2499. Unvala, Jamshedji Maneckji. Coins of Tabaristan and Some Sassanian Coins from Susa. (Paris, 1938). 43 pages, 46 tables, 4to. Paper covers with clear plastic coating. Minorfoxing. A very good copy. Rare. ($100) 2500. Valentine, W.H. Copper Coins of India. Parts I and Π. (Spink & Son Ltd, London 1977 reprint of London, 1914 original). (2), 266 pp., plates of line drawings throughout text, narrow 8vo. Casebound. A nice fine copy. ($25) 2501.

Another copy as above. Covers faded, internally fine.

($20)

2502. Valentine, W.H. Modern Copper Coins of the Muhammadan States. (London, 1911 original). (6), 203 pp., plates of Une drawings throughout text, narrow 8vo. Casebound. A very good copy. Scarce. ($45) 2503. Valentine, W.H. Modern Copper Coins of the Muhammadan States. (Spink & Son Ltd, London 1977 reprint of London, 1911 original). (6), 203 pp., plates of line drawings throughout text, narrow 8vo. Casebound. Covers faded, top 1" of spine torn, internally fine. ($25) 2504. Vaz, J. Ferraro. Catâlogo das Moedas Portuguesas, 1640-1948. (Lisbon, 1948). 245 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Printed card covers. Rear cover separated from text, front nearly so. A few loose sections of text. Internally, the text is in fine condition. ($20) 2505. Vaz, J. Ferraro. Indo-Portuguese Money. (Braga, 1980). 606 pages, illustrated throughout, many color plates, 8vo. Printed card covers. Covers worn at edges, internally fine. ($25) 2506.

Another copy as above. Covers worn at edges, internally fine. ($25)

2507. Vaz, J. Ferraro. Livro das Moedas de Portugal (Book of the Coins of Portugal). (Braga, 1973). 537 pages, line drawings throughout. Text in both Portuguese and English. Card covers wilh clear plastic dust oover. A nice fine copy.

2491. Skinner, Dion H Renniks Australian Coin and Banknote Guide. (South Australia, 1976 tenth Edition). 224 pp., illustrated throughout. 4to. Valuations, rarity, mintages. Card covers. A very good copy. ($15) 1 4 5

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2508. Walker, Ralph S. Reading Medieval European Coins. (New York, 1979). 39 pages. Important for the beginning collector of Medieval coins. Card covers. A very finecopy. ($10) 2509.

Another copy as above. A fine copy, front cover dirty.

($8)

2510. Weyl, Adolph. Die Jules Fonrobert'sche Sammlung iiberseerscher Münzen un Medaillen Ein Beitrag zur Münzgeschichte Aussreuropäischer Länder. Amerika. II. Central America, Mexico. (1970 reprint of Berlin, 1878 original). 561 -1164 pages, line drawings in text Hardbound. A fine copy. ($30) 2511. Woodward, A.M. Tracey. The Minted Ten-Cash Coins of China. (Oakland, CA, 1971 revised edition). 141,9 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Printed paper covers. Spine a little dirty, otherwise a fine copy. ($ 10) 2512. Wright, H.N. Coins of the Mughal Emperors. (New Dehli, 1972). lxxxiv, 360 pages, 22 plates, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. Binding broken in many places throughout text, dust cover soiled and tattered. A good copy. ($15)

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AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY: MUSEUM NOTES 2520. Museum Notes, Volumes 11 - 33, and the American Journal of Numismatics Volume 2. (New York, 1964-1990). A good run of these important journals. Each volume contains at least 10 articles pertaining to ancient, medieval and modem numismatics wilh usually half ormore pertaining to ancients. Many of the articles are very important references. A few of the volumes have small spine teais at the top of the spine and minor folds on the cover, but overall this is a nice fine set All volumes have card covers. ($250) 2521. Museum Notes 2. (New York, 1947). 118pp., 19 plates, 16vo. Papercovers. Includes 5 articles on ancients and 7 on medieval and wodd numismatics. Scarce and hard to find. ($75) 2522. Museum Notes 3. (New York, 1948). 154 pp., 26plates,8vo. Paper covers. Includes Bellinger's "A Seleucid Mint at Elausa Sebaste," Sutherland's "The Incuse Cranage of South Italy," plus 3 other articles on ancients and 10 articles and world coins. Spine is discolored, internally fine. Scarce. ($40)

2513. Xinhau Publishing House. A History of Chinese Currency (1601 Century BC - 20th Century AD). (Hong Kong, 1983). 220 pages, fully illustrated in color. Hardbound with dust cover. Minormaiks on dust jacket A fine copy. ($35)

2523. Museum Notes 4. (New York, 1950). 130 pages, 24 plates, 8vo. Paper covers. Includes Noe's "Beginnings of the Cistophoric Coinage," Brett's "The Mint of Ascalon underthe Seleucids," Sutherland's "What Is Meant By Style in Coinage," and 4 other articles on ancients and 7 on medieval and Oriental numismatics. Cover water stained and mildewed. A very good copy. Scarce. ($20)

2514. Lot of six titles relating to Spanish numismatics. Includes: El Oro Espafiol, by Guinovart (1968); Catalogo General de la Moneda Espafiol, by Vicenti (1970); Catalogo de los Reales de a Ocho Espanolas, by Yriarte; Las Monedas Espafiolas desde los Reyes Catôlicos al Estado Espafiol, by Castân and Cayôn, (1974); Catalogo General de la Moneda Espafiola, by Vicenti (1971); and Catalogo General de la Moneda Espanol, by Vicenti (1976). All veiy good to very fine copies. ($100)

2524. Museum Notes 5. (New York, 1952). 192 pages, 25 plates, 8vo. Paper covers. Includes: Noe's "Coinage of Alexandria Troas under Antiochus Hierax," Thompson's "The Beginning of Athenian New Style Coinage," plus 7 other articles on ancients and 8 on medieval and Oriental coins. Covers lightly faded. Scarce. A very fine copy. ($45)

2515. Lot of four books and two pamphlets on the coins and archaeology of India. Includes : Archaeological Survey of Mysore; Geography in Ancient Indian Inscriptions; My Archaeological Mission to India and Pakistan; Coins of Medieval India; The Coinage of Ancient and Medieval India; and Coins of Sulaiman Mirza of Badakhshan. All very good copies. ($30)

2525. Museum Notes 7. (New York, 1957). 257 pages, 45 plates, 8vo. Paper covers. Includes Noe's "Overstrikes of Magna Graecia," Bellinger's "The Earliest Coins of Ilium," Sutherland's "Diocletian as Aetemus Augustus," West's "The Relation of Subsidiaiy Coinage to Gold Under Valerian and Gallienus," plus 6 other articles on ancients and 10 on world numismatics. Spine discolored, internally fine. ($30)

2516. Lot of three titles relating to Indian coins. Includes: Coins of Ancient India From the Earliest Times Down to the Seventh Centuiy AD., by A Cunningham, 1971; Coins of Ancient India, Catalogue of the Coins in the Indian Museum, Volume I, by Vincent A Smith, 1972; and Catalogue of the Coins in the Indian Museum Calcutta, Volumell, by H.Nelson Wright, 1972. Each is hardbound with dust jadeets. These were all printed in Dehli on cheap paper. First volume text is separated from cover, otherwise very good copies. ($25)

TITLES ON U.S. NUMISMATICS 2517. Newman, Eric P. Nature Printing on Colonial and Continental Currency. (American Numismatic Association, 1946). Reprinted from The Numismatist. 34 pages, small 8vo, paper covers. A fine copy. ($8) 2518. Lot of eight titles on early American numismatics. Lot includes: Early American Tokens, by Rulau; Early American Medalists and Die Sinkers, by Kenney; The 1776 Continental Currency Coinage and Varieties of the Fugio Cent, by Newman; The Coinage of William Wood, 1722-1733, by Nelson; The Colonial Coins of Vermont, by Ryder, Coins of New Jersey, by Maris; Comprehensive Guide to American Colonial Coinage, by Durst; and Photograde, by Ruddy. All are very good or better. ($15) 2519. Lot of three titles relating to U.S. numismatics. Includes: Spadone, Major Variety and Oddity Guide of United States Coins (1977); Kleeberg, Money of Pie-Federal America (1991); and Halpetin, NCI Grading Guide. All fine or better copies. ($35)

2526. Museum Notes 8. (New York, 1958). 220 pages, 43 plates, 8vo. Paper covers. Includes Bellinger's "The First Civic Tetradrachms of Ilium," and "The Late Bronze of Alexandria Troas," Boyce's "Caracalla as "Severus"," plus 7 other articles rai ancients and 7 on world coins. Spine discolored, internally fine. ($30) 2527. Museum Notes 9. (New York, 1960). 243 pages, 16 plates, 8vo. Paper covers, lightly sunned. Includes Robinson's "Some Problems in the Later Fifth Century Coinage of Athens," Meiker's "The Silver Cranage of Antigonos Gonatas and Antigonos Doson," King's "The Constantinian Mints 306-313," Kraay's "Two New Sestertii of Domitian," plus 6 other articles on ancients and 5 articles on medieval and Oriental numismatics. Nice fine copy. ($35) 2528. Museum Notes 10. (New York, 1962). 172 pages, 35 plates, 8vo. Paper covers. Includes: Holloway's "The Crown of Naxos," Noe's "The Corinth Hoard of 1938," Bellinger's "The Boston College Hoard," and "The Coins from the Treasure of the Oxus," Kiang's "An Unpublished Coin Portrait of Ptolemy VI Philometor," Vermeule's "A Ptolemaic Contribution Box in Boston," Metcalf's "The New Bronze Coinage of Theophilus and the Growth of the Balkan Themes," plus 6 other amcles on world coins and medals. Very fine copy. ($35) 2529. Museum Notes 11. (New Yoik, 1964). 335 pages, 59 plates, 8vo. Paper covers. Includes: Holloway's "Demarete's Lion," Dodson and Wallace's The Kozani Hoard of 1955," Bellinger's "Philippi in Macedonia," M0rkholm's "Seleucid Coins fron Cilicia ca. 220-150 BC," and "The Accession of Antiochus IV of Syria," Thompson's "A Hoard from Thessaly," plus 6 other articles on ancients and 13 articles on world coins and medals. Afinecopy. ($25)

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2530. Museum Notes 12. (New York, 1966). 232 pages, 59 plates, 8vo. Paper covets, sunned. Includes Thompson's "A Hoard from Northern Greece," and "The Monogram of Charlemagne in Greek," Cox's "Gordion Hoards ΠΙ, IV, V, and VII," Fagerlie's '"Roma Invicta' - A New Follis of Justinian," plus 4 other articles on andents and 8 articles on worid coins. A nice fine copy. ($12) 2531. Museum Notes 13. (New York, 1967). 250 pages, 49 plates, 8vo. Paper covers, sunned. Includes: Zervos' "The Early Tetradrachms of Ptolemy L" Hunter's " A Third Century Hoard from Serbia," Fagerlie's "The First Gold Issue of Anastasius," phis 5 other artides on andent crans and 3 artides on world coins. A very fine copy. ($12) 2532. Museum Notes 14. (New York, 1968). 169 pp., 24 plates, 8vo. Caid covers, sunned. Includes: Lang's " Five Hellenistic Lead Weights," MacKay's " Bronze Coinage in Macedonia, 168-166BC' and " Macedonian Tetradiachms of 148-147 BC," Bedoukian's " A Classification of the Coins of the Artaxiad Dynasty of Armenia," plus 3 articles on Byzantine numismatics and 3 on Islamic numismatics. A very fine copy. ($10) 2533. Museum Notes 15. (New York, 1969). 140 pages, 23 plates, 8vo. Card covers, sunned. Includes: Waggoner's "The Early Alexander Coinage at Sdeucia on the Tigris," Johnson's "A New Anonymous Bronze of Constantine X," plus 6 other articles on andents and 4 articles on world coins. Very fine copy. ($10) 2534. Museum Notes 16. (New Yoik, 1970). 188 pages, 38 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Indudes: Williams' "The Archaic Coinage of Arcadian Heraea," M0rkholm's "The Sdeudd Mint at Antiochia on the Persian Gulf," plus 5 other artides on andents and 7 on worid numismatics. Very fine copy. ($ 10) 2535. Museum Notes 17. (New Yoik, 1971). 261 pages, 49 plates, 8vo. Card covers, sunned. Includes: Holloway's "An Archaic Hoard from Crete and the Early Aeginetan Coinage," Troxell's "The Pelopormesian Alexanders," Kleiner's "The Alexander Tetradrachms of Pergamum and Rhodes," Bates' "Constans Π or Heraclonas? An Analysis of the Constantinopolilan Folles of Constans Π," plus 4 other articles on andents and 6 on world coins. A few maiks on cover, otherwise a nice fine copy. ($15) 2536. Museum Notes 18. (New York, 1972). 175 pp., 32 plates, 8vo. Card coveis, sunned. Includes: Kleiner's "The Dated Cistophori of Ephesus," Mac Isaac's "The Weight of the Laie 4th and Early 5th Century Nummus (JE 4)," plus 3 other artides on andents, 4 on medieval, and 6 on Oriental numismatics. Veiy fine copy. ($15) 2537. Museum Notes 19. (New Yoik, 1974). 294 pages, 31 plates, 8vo. Card covers, sunned. Includes: Drew-Bear's "Representations of Temples on the Greek Imperial Coinage," Niçois' " The Chronology and Significance of the M. Agrippa Asses," Gregory's "The Gold Coinage of the Emperor Constantine VII," plus 2 other articles on andent numismatics and 6 on Oriental and modem numismatics. A ($20) fine copy. 2538. Museum Notes 20. (New York, 1975). 174 pages, 26 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Indudes: M0rkholm's "Ptolemaic Coins and Chronology: The Dated Silver Cranage ci Alexandria," Fears' "Sulla or Endymion: A Reconsideration of a Denarius of L. Aemilius Buca," phis 4 other aitides on andents and 3 on medieval and Onental numismatics. Very fine copy. ($20)

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Antoniniani and the Eastern Coinage of Trebonianus Gallus and Volusian," plus 3 other articles on ancients and 5 on Oriental coins. A nice fine copy. ($20) 2541. Museum Notes 23. (New York, 1978). 220 pages, 40 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Includes: Houghton's "The Seleucid Mint at Lampsacus," Rothman's "Posthumous Hadrianic Medallions," plus 5 other articles on ancient numismatics and 3 on medieval and Oriental numismatics. A fine copy. ($20) 2542. Museum Notes 24. (New York, 1979). 282 pages, 51 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Includes: Bauslaugh's "The Posthumous Alexander Coinage of Chios," Jones' "The Autonomous Wreathed Tetradrachms of Magnesia-on-Maeander," Shiel's "The Coinage of Saloninus as Augustus," Bruun's "The Successive Monetary Reforms of Diocletian," plus 6 other articles on ancients and 4 on Oriental and mod($20) em coins. Veryfinecopy. 2543.

Another copy as above. Lightly sunned. A very fine copy.

($20)

2544. Museum Notes 25. (New Yoik, 1980). 232 pages, 23 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Includes: Rigsby's "The Imperial Tetradrachms of Heliopolis," Bastien's "The Iantinum Mint,' ' plus 6 other articles on ancients and 5 on wodd coins. Very fine copy. ($20) 2545. Museum Notes 27. (New York, 1982). 244 pages, 32 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Includes John H. Oakley's "The Autonomous Wreathed Tetradrachms of Kyme, Aeolis," Johnston's "Caracalla or Elagabalus? A Case of Unneccessarily Mistaken Identity," plus 3 other articles on ancients and 5 articles and worid crans. Very fine copy. ($20) 2546. Museum Notes 28. (New York, 1983). 206 pages, 22 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Includes: Martin's "The Chronology of the Fourth-Century B.C. FacingHead Coinage of Larissa," M0rkholm's "The Autonomous Tetradrachms of Laodicea ad Mare," Burnett and Craddock's "Rome and Alexandria: The Minting of Egyptian Tetradrachms under Severas Alexander," plus 3 other articles on ancients plus 4 artides on worid coins. Very fine copy. ($20) 2547. Musuem Notes 32. (New York, 1987). 209 pages, 11 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Indudes: M0rkholm's "The Date of the Aumomous Tetradrachms of Aegaea in Cilida," Evans' "The Sicilian Coinage of Sextus Pompeius," plus 5 other articles on andents and 3 on world coins. Very fine copy. ($20) 2548.

Another copy as above. Very fine copy.

($20)

2549. Museum Notes 33. (New York, 1988). 223 pages, 25 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Indudes: Kagan's "Some Archaic Bovine Curiosities," Mac Isaac's "Phliasian Bronze Coinage," Long's "A New Solidus of Julian Caesar," plus 5 other articles on andents and 3 on world numismatics. Very fine copy. ($20) 2550. American Journal of Numismatics 1. Second series, continuing The American Numismatic Society Museum Notes. (New York, 1989). 237 pages, 17 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Includes: Metcalf's " Rome and Lugdunum Again," Kleiner's "Galba and the Sullan Capitolium," Haley's "The Roman Bronze Coinage in Britain and Monetary History from A.D. 293 to 350," plus 4 other articles on andents and 4 articles on Oriental and U.S. numismatics. Very fine copy. ($20) 2551.

Another copy as above. Very fine copy.

($20)

2539. Museum Notes 21. (New Yoik, 1976). 301 pages, 18 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Indudes: BeUyon's "A New Chrondogy for the Pre-Alexandrine Coinage of Sidon," Buttrey's "The Denarii of P. Crepusius and Roman Republican Mint Oiganization," Metcalf's "Eariy Anonymous Folles from Antioch and the Chronology of Class A," and 3 other articles on andents and 5 on medieval, Oriental and modem numismatics. A veiy fine copy. ($20)

2552. American Journal of Numismatics 2. Second series, continuing The American Numismatic Society Museum Notes. (New York, 1990). 215 pages, 16 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Includes: Newman's "A Dialogue of Power in the Coinage of Antony and Octavian (44-30 B.C.)," Damsky's "The Stadium Aureus of Septimius Severas," Eimatinger's "The Circulation Pattern of Diocletian's Nummus," plus 3 other articles on andent coins and 2 articles on Islamic and modem coins. Veryfinecopy. ($20)

2540. Museum Notes 22. (New Yoik, 1977). 310 pages, 28 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Includes: Bodenstedts "Observations on Some Early Electnim Types of Mytilene and Phocaea," Thompson's "A Greek Imperial Medallion from Pautalia," Slocum's "Another Look at the Coins of Hatra," Metcalf's "The Antioch Hoard of

2553. Museum Notes. Lot of the four most recent issues. Includes: Museum Notes 32,33 and American Journal of Numismatics 1 and 2. All printed card covers. Veiy fine copies. ($75)

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AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY: NUMISMATIC NOTES AND MONOGRAPHS 2554. NNM# 21. Newell, Edward T. Alexander Hoards ΠΙ, Andritsaena. (New York, 1923). 39 pages, 6 plates. Details hoard of coins of Philip Π and Alexander ΙΠ as well as a few Boeotian, Aeginetan, Sicyonian and Olympian staters found near Andritsaena in the Peloponnesus. Card covers. As new. ($15)

2568. 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 tetradrach mae and imperial denarii Card covers. A very fine copy. ($15) 2569. NNM #72. Walker, John. The Coinage Of The Second Saffarid Dynasty in Sistan. (New York, 1936). 46 pages, 5 plates. Card covers. New. ($10)

2555. NNM #29. Parsons, H. Alexander. The Earliest Coins of Norway. (New York, 1926). 41 pages, line drawings in text Card covers. A very good copy. ($15)

2570. NNM #73. Newell, Edward T. The Seleucid Coinages of Tyre, A Supplement. (New York, 1936). 34 pages, 5 plates. Card covers. Small tear top right comer, otherwise a fine copy. ($15)

2556. NNM #31. Gillingham, Harrold E. Spanish Orders of Chivalry and Decorations of Honour. (New York, 1926). 165 pages, illustrated throughout, some ($20) in color. Card covers. Minor creases and tears. A very good copy.

2571. NNM #82. Newell, Edward T. Miscellanea Numismatica: Cyrene to India. (New York, 1938). 101 pp.,6doublepage plates. Card covers. Stain on front and back where a sticker has been removed, otherwise a nice fine copy. ($20)

2557. NNM #36. Gillingham, Harrold E. Notes on the Decorations and Medals of the French Colonies and Protectorates. (New York, 1928). 62 pages, illustrâted throughout. Card covers. A fine copy. ($20)

2572. NNM #86. Gillingham, Harrold E. Counterfeiting in Colonial Pennsylvania. (New York, 1939). 82 pages, 2 illustrations, 16mo. Card covers. Small tear at bottom of spine, otherwise a fine copy. ($20)

2558. NNM #43. Cox, D.H. The Caparelli Hoard. (New York, 1930). 17pages, 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 soldim. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($ 10)

2573. NNM #89. Gillingham, Harrold E. Mexican Decorations of Honour. (New York, 1940). 53 pages, 17 plates. Card covers. A nice fine copy. ($20)

2559. 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. Card covers. Nice very fine copy. ($15) 2560. NNM #52. Ravel, Oscar. Corinthian Hoards (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 Atta in Ambracia. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($12) 2561. NNM #55. Bellinger, Alfred R. The Third and Fourth Dura Hoards. (New York, 1932). 85 pages, 20 plates. Details two hoards found in Dura-Europos in 1930 that consisted of primarily Roman denarii and Antiochene tetradrachmae. The periods covered by the two hoards are from Nero to Diadumenian, and from VilelKus to Macrinus. Card covers. Nice very fine copy. ($15)

2574. NNM #93. Ives, Heibert E. Foreign Imitations of the English Noble. (New York, 1941). 37 pp., 5 double page plates. Card covers. A nice fine copy. ($10) 2575. NNM #112. Hill, Philip V. "Barbarous Radiates" Imitations of ThirdCentury Roman Coins. (New York, 1949). 44 pages, 4 plates. Card covers. Small fold at bottom and top right comers of front cover. Fine copy. ($15) 2576. NNM #113. Frye, Richard N. Notes On The Early Coinage of Transoxiana. (New York, 1949). 49 pages. Card covers. Small tear on front cover, inked number on front cover. A very good copy. ($10) 2577. NNM #115. Eklund O.E and Sydney P. Noe. Hacienda Tokens of Mexico. (New York, 1949).46pages,22plates.Cardcovers. Hnecopy. ($10) 2578. NNM #116. Grant, Michael. Aspects Of The Principate Of Tiberius. (New York, 1950). 199 pages, 8 plates. Card covers. A couple of small tears on spine, otherwise a fine copy. ($30)

2562. NNM #57. Campbell, William. Greek and Roman Plated Coins. (New York, 1933). 174 pages, plated throughout. Details the methodology of how the fourée was made by metallographic examinations. A must for the serious classical nu mismatisL Card covers. A very good copy. ($30)

2579. NNM #117. Toney, Charies C. Gold Coins of Khokand and Bukhara. (New York, 1950). 37 pages, 1 plate. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($15)

2563. NNM #60. Newell, Edwaid T. Two Hoards From Minturno. (New York, 1933). 38 pages, 5 plates. Details two hoards discovered at Mintumae (Minturno): the first consisting of Roman Republican Bronze coins and the second of late imperial bronze coins from Constans to Valentinian ΙΠ. Card covers. Minor chipping on spine. Afinecopy. ($10)

2581. NNM #118. Miles, George C. Rare Islamic Coins. (New York, 1950). 138 pages, 10 plates. Card covers. Small tear on back cover, otherwise a fine copy. ($15)

2564. NNM #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, ineluding specimens of 31 distinct types, most of which were previously unknown to numismatists before the hoard's discovery. Card covers. New. ($15)

2580.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($10)

2582. NNM #119. Seyrig, Henri. Notes on Syrian Coins. (New York, 1950). 35 pages, 2 plates. Includes several important chapters on the coinage ofTryphoa Card covers. Heavily water damaged, still readable. A reading copy. ($5) 2583. NNM #120. Miles, Geoige C. Early Arabic Glass Weights and Stamps. (New York, 1951).60pages,4plates.Cardcovers. Very fine copy. ($10)

2565. NNM #64. Newell, Edward T. A Hoard From Siphnos. (New York, 1934). 17 pages, 1 plate. Details a hoard of 30 coins found on the island of Siphanto (Siphnos) including four coins of Siphnos itself. Card covers. A very fine copy.

2584. 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. Card covers. A nice fine copy. ($15)

2566.

2585. NNM #122. Yü-Ch'üan, Wang. Early Chinese Coinage. (New York, 1980 reprint of 1951 original). 254 pages, 55 plates. Green leatherette. New copy. ($35)

($10)

Another copy as above. A very good copy.

($8)

2567. NNM #66. Gillingham, Harrold E. Ephemeral Decorations. (New York, 1935). 45 pages, illustrated throughout. Card covers. Small tear at top of spine, otherwise a fine copy. ($20)

2586. NNM #122. Yü-Ch'üan, Wang. Early Chinese Coinage. (New York, 1951). 254 pages, 55 plates. Card covers. Fine copy. ($20)

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2587. NNM #124. Robinson, David M. A Hoard of Silver Coins From Carystus. (New Yoik, 1952). 62 pages, 6 plates. Details a hoard of 92 ooins found on the slopes of ML Ocha, the ancient site of Caiystus, and included 37 Caiystian staters. Card coveis. Light crease on cover, otherwise, a veiy fine copy. ($10) 2588. NNM #126. Raymond, Doris. Macedonian Regal Coinage To 413 B.C. (New Yoik, 1953). 170 pp., 15 plates. Card coveis. A nicefinecopy. ($30) 2589. NNM #130. Lang, David M. Studies In The Numismatic History of Georgia In TYanscaucasia. (New Yoik, 1955). 138 pages, 15 plates, one fold-out map. Discusses the entire numismatic history of Georgia which extended over a twothousand yearperiod. Card covers. Very fine copy. ($15) 2590. NNM #127. Scott, Kenneth. Counterfeiting in Colonial New York. (New Yoik, 1953). 222 pages, 13 plates, 8vo. Card coveis. Small tear at top of spine, otherwise afinecopy. ($20) 2591. NNM #128. Ives, Herbert E. The Venetian Gold Ducat and Its Imitations, edited and annotated by Philip Grierson. (New York, 1954). 37 pp., 16 plates. Card coveis. Light stain on back cover, otherwise a veiy fine copy. ($25) 2592. NNM #129. Caley, Earle R. Chemical Composition of Parthian Coins. (New Yoik, 1955). 104 pages. Card coveis. Veiy fine copy. ($10) 2593. NNM #132. Scott, Kenneth. Counterfeiting in Colonial Pennsylvania. (New Yoik, 1955). 168 pages, 8vo. Card coveis. Small tear at top of spine, otherwise afinecopy. ($20) 2594. NNM #133. Kraay, C M The Aes Coinage of Galba. (New York, 1956). 125 pp., 37 plates. The standard reference and die study. ImportanL Card covers. A very fine copy. ($60) 2595. copy.

Another copy as above. Small bump at bottom of spine, otherwise a nice fine ($50)

2596. 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 erf the confronted lion and bull type. Card covers. As new. ($15) 2597. NNM #137. Buttrey, Theodore V., Jr. TheTViumviral Portrait Gold Of The Quattuorviri Monetales Of 42 B.C. (New York, 1956). 69 pages, 9 plates. A definitive study. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($15) 2598. copy.

Another copy as above. Small crease on front oover, otherwise a very fine ($15)

2599. NNM #138. Adelson, Howard L. Light Weight Solidi and Byzantine TVade During the Sixth and Seventh Centuries. (New Yoik, 1957). 187 pp., 14 plates. The standard reference for these. Card coveis. A veiy fine copy. ($35) 2600. NNM #139. Giabar, Oleg. The Coinage Of The ‫׳‬Iblunids. (New York, 1957). 78 pages, 3 plates. Discusses the Tulunids of Egypt (868-905) and their coinage. Card coveis. A veiy fine copy. ($10) 2601. NNM #140. Scott, Kenneth Counterfeiting in Colonial Connecticut. (New Yoik, 1957). 243 pages, 46 plates, 8vo. Card covers. Small tear at top of spine, minor folds in front cover, otherwise a fine copy. ($20) 2602. NNM #141. Miles, Geoige C. Contributions To Arabic Metrology I. Early Arabic Glass Weights and Measure Stamps Acquired by the ANS 19511956. (New York, 1958). 124 pages, 13 plates. Card covers. Very fine copy. ($20) 2603. NNM #143. Miles, Geoige C. Excavation Coins From The Persepolis Region. (New Yoik, 1959). 124 pages, 21 plates & map. Details coins from various finds in Persepolis in southern Iran which consisted primarily of Sasanian and Islamic coins. Card covers. Light crease at bottomrightcomer erf front cover, otherwise a veiy fine copy. ($15)

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2604. NNM#145. Cox, D.H. Coins From The Excavations at Curium, 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 cataloged. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($15) 2605.

Anothercopy as above. A very fine copy.

($15)

2606. NNM # 146. Bruun, Patrick. Studies in Constantinian Chronology. (New Yoik, 1961). 116 pp., 8 plates. Card covers. Light crease at bottomrightcomer of front cover, otherwise a veiy fine copy. ($40) 2607. NNM #148. Adelson, Howaid L and Kustas, Geoige L A Bronze Hoard Of The Period Of Zeno L (New Yoik, 1962). 89 pages, 1 plate. Card covers. Veiy fine copy. ($15) 2608. NNM #149. Alfred R. Bellinger and Majorie Alkins Beriincourt. Victory as a Coin Τ^ρε. (New Yoik, 1962). 68 pp., 13 plates. Traces the use of Nike on Greek and Hellenistic coins as well as Victory on Roman coins. Card covets. A very fine copy. ($20) 2609.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($15)

2610. NNM #150. Miles, Geoige C. Contributions To Arabic Metrology Π. Early Arabic Glass Weights and Measure Stamps in the Benaki Museum, Athens, and the Peter Ruthven Collection, Ann Arbor. (New Yoik, 1963). 64 pages, 11 plates. Caïd covers. Veiy fine copy. ($10) 2611.

Another copy as above. Veiy fine copy.

($10)

2612. NNM #151. Caley, Eaile R. Orichalcum And Related Ancient Alloys: Origin, Composition and Manufacture with Special Reference to the Coinage of the Roman Empire. (New Yoik, 1964). ν, 115 pages. Card covers. Front cover lightly creased, otherwise a veiy fine copy. ($15) 2613. copy.

Another copy as above. Front cover lightly creased, otherwise a very fine ($15)

2614. NNM #152. Tomasini, Wallace J. The BarbaricThmissis In Spain And Southern France: Anastasius To Leovigild. (New York, 1964). 302 pages, 46 plates. Card covers. Still a useful reference! Very fine copy. ($20) 2615. NNM #153. Boyce, Aline Abaecheiii. Festal and Dated Coins of the Roman Empire: Four Papers. (New Yoik, 1965). 102 pages, 15 plates. Card covers. Veiy fine copy. ($20) 2616. NNM #154. Caley, Earle R. Metrological Tables. (New Yoik, 1965). 122 pages of tables. Card covets. Useful· Veiy fine copy. ($15) 2617. NNM #155. Williams, Roderick T. The Confederate Coinage Of The Arcadians In The Fifth Century B.C. (New Yoik, 1965). 141 pages, 14 plates. Card coveis. Very fine copy. ($20) 2618. NNM #156. Eddy, Samuel K. The Minting of Antoniniani AD 238-249 and the Smyrna Hoard. (New York, 1967). 133pages,7doubleplates. Card coveis. A veiy fine copy. ($25) 2619.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($20)

2620. NNM #157. Fagedie, Joan M Late Roman And Byzantine Solid! Found In Sweden And Denmark. (New Yoik, 1967). 213 pages, 33 plates. Card covers. Veiy fine copy. ($15) 2621. NNM #158. Morrison, Karl F. with the collaboration of Henry Gnmthal. Carolingian Coinage. (New Yoik, 1967). 465 pages, 48 plates, 3 fold-out maps. One of the standard references for this area. Card covers. A fine copy. ($50)

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2622. NNM #159. Thompson, MargareL The Agrinion Hoard. (New York, 1968). 130 pages, 56 plates. Details a hoard of 1,355 coins found in 1959 near Agrinion in western Aetolia. The hoard contained Greek coiiis from Sicyon, Argos, Chalcis, Athens, Megalopolis, the Achaean League and other Greek cities. Card covers. Fine copy. ($20)

2637. Ars Classica. No VIL Catalogue De Monnaies Grecques Antiques En Or, En Argent Composant La Collection De Feu Clarence S. Bernent Seconde Partie: Attique A Mauritanie Incl. (Lucerne, June 23-24,1924). (4), 84 pages, lots 1083-1909,31 fine plates (numbered 36-68), 4to. Small bump at top of spine, still a very fine copy in original card covers. ($150)

2623.

2638. Ars Classica. No VKL Catalogue De Monnaies Romaines Antiques En Or, Argent Et Bronze Composant La Collection De Feu Clarence S. Bernent (Lucerne, June 25-28,1924). (6), 107 pages, 1770 lots, 64fineplates, 4to. A very fine copy in original card covers. ($175)

Another copy as above. A few stains on front cover. Fine copy. ($20)

2624. NNM #160. Miles, Geoige C. The Coinage of The Arab Amirs of Crete. (New York, 1970). 86 pages, 9 plates. Card covers. Very fine copy. ($15) 2625. NNM #161. Mac Dowall, David W. The Western Coinages Of Nero. (New Yoik, 1979). 256 pages, 25 plates. A standard reference on the series. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($30) 2626. NNM #162 Troxell, Hyla A. The Coinage of The Lycian League. (New Yoik, 1982). xix, 255 pp., 44 fine plates, 8vo. Cream cloth. Minor stain on spine, otherwise a very fine copy. ($25) 2627. NNM #163. Stahl, Alan M. The Venetian Tornesello, A Medieval Colonial Coinage. (New York, 1985). 96 pages, 4 plates. Cloth. A fine copy, a bit dirty. ($15) 2628. NNM #164. Johnston, Ann. The Coinage of Metapontum, Part 3. (New York, 1990). ix, 102 pages, 21 excellent plates, concordance to SNG. Quarto. A continuation and updating of Noe's woik. Hardcover. Very fine copy, cover a little dirty. ($40) 2629.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($35)

2630. NNM # 165. Koch, Heidemarie A Hoard of Coins From Eastern Parthia. (New York, 1990). 64 pp., 12 plates. Cloth. A new copy. ($30) 2631.

2640. Ars Classica. No. XV. Catalogue de Monnaies Antiques Grecques, Romaines, Byzantines, etc. Bibliothèque Numismatique. Collections De Deux Amateurs étrangers Récemment Décédés et d'autres provenances. Choix Tiré de la Collection W. H. Woodward, Londres. (Lucerne, July 2,1930). 135 pages, 2267 lots, 74 fine plates. Cover moderately chipped, torn at top and bottom of spine, light foxing in text Plate 13 is missing, but a photocopy erf this page is included. A very good copy. ($100) 2641. Bank Leu AG. Auktion 6. Griechische Bronzemünzen Linteritaliens und Siziliens. (Zürich, 8 May 1973). 31 pages, 300lots, 15 plates. Printed card covers. Very good copy wilh prices realized. ($15)

Another copy as above. Cover a little dirty, otherwise a very fine copy. ($25)

2632.

2639. Ars Classica. Bound volume of two sales. No. XIL Monnaies Grecques et Romaines, Quelques Médailles de la Rermaissance et des Temps Modernes, Pierres Gravées, Bibliothèque Numismatique. (Lucerne, October 18-23,1926). 207 pages, 3172 lots, 89 fine plates. No. XV. Catalogue de Monnaies Antiques Grecques, Romaines, Byzantines, etc. Bibliothèque Numismatique. Collections De Deux Amateurs Étrangers Récemment Décédés et d'autres Provenances. Choix Tiré de la Collection W. H. Woodward, Londres. (Lucerne, July 2, 1930). 135 pages, 2267 lots, 74fineplates. Also bound between these sales is a third sale. Bourgey. Monnaies de la République Romaine. (Paris, November 4-5, 1913). 40 pages, 891 lots, 11 plates. Original card covers bound in. Sale ΧΠ is a nice fine copy, Sale XV has some chipping on cover and a stain from a wet glass affecting thefirst60 pages. Modem library binding. ($200)

2642. Bank Leu AG. Auktion 17. Silbermünzen Der Römischen Republik. (Zurich, May 3-4, 1977). 88 pp., 41 plates, 913 lots. Card covers w/o prices realized. An important sale of Republican coinage! A fine copy. ($15)

Another copy as above. Caver a bit dirty, otherwise a fine copy. ($20)

AUCTION CATALOGUES AND FIXED PRICE LISTS 2633. Ars Classica No. I. Catalogue De Monnaies Grecques Antiques Provenant De La Collection defeu 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, cover a little dirty. ($60) 2634. Ars Classica No. H, III and IV. Π; Monnaies Romaines Imperiales Provenant des Collections de M. Paul Vautier et de feu le Prof. Maxime Collignon de l'Institul de France. (Lucerne, June 12-14,1922). 107 pages, 1886 lots, 57fineplates. ΠΙ; Monnaies d'Or Romaines et Byzantines Collection de Sir Arthur Evans. (Lucerne, June 16, 1922). 42 pages, 342 lots, 11 plates. IV; Monnaies Grecques Antiques Provenant des Collections de S. A.L le Grand-Duc Alexandre Michaïlovitch de Sir Arthur J. Evans et D'Autres Amateurs. (Lucerne, June 17-19,1922). 70 pages, 1035 lots, 36 plates. Bound in full leather. Original card covers of each sale bound in. Moderate scuffing on spine, at the comers and across the top and bottom edges, but binding still strong. Internally, minorfoxing throughout. Not as bad as it sounds. ($300) 2635. Ars Classica No. ΙΠ. Monnaies d'Or Romaines et Byzantines Collection de Sir Arthur Evans. (Lucerne, June 16, 1922). 42 pages, 342 lots, 11 plates. Original card covers, chipped at top and bottom of spine and a little dirty. A very good copy. ($50) 2636. Ars Classica. No V. Monnaies Grecques Antiques, Provenant des Doubles du British Museum des Collections de Feu le Général A.L. Bertier de la Garde et de Divers Autres Amateurs. (Lucerne, June 18,1923). 132 pages, 3038 lots, 85fineplates, 4to. Heavy chipping on spine andfromthumbing, cavernearly separated at crease, cover soiled. A good copy. ($65)

2643. Bank Leu Ltd. Sale 52. Greek and Roman Coins from a Distinguished American Collector. (Zurich, May 15,1991). 225 pages, 292 lots, fully illustrâted. Card covers. An important sale. A fine copy. ($20) 2644. Bank Leu AG. Lot of 3 catalogs. Auktion 35. Schweizer Medaillen, Tïel 1. (Zurich, October 12,1983). Auktion 40. Schweizer Medaillen, Teil 2. (Zurich, October 13, 1986). Auktion 43. Schweizer Medaillen, Teil 3. (Zurich, May 13, 1987). All printed card covers with estimates sheet. All fine copies. ($45) 2645. Bank Leu AG. Lot of 2 catalogs. Auktion 3. Schweiz, Münzsammlung Heiner Stuker, Tiel 1. (Zürich, April 26-27, 1972). Auktion 5. Schweiz, Münzsammlung Heiner Stuker, 'fiel 2 (Zurich, October 25-26,1972). Both printed card covers with prices realized. Both very good copies. ($30) 2646. Bank Leu AG. Lot of 2 catalogs. Auktion 11. Napoleonische Münzen und Medaillen, Tiel 1. (Zürich, October 22,1974). Vente Publique 14. Monnaies et Médaillés Napoléoniennes, Teil 2. (Zurich, October 15, 1975). Both printed card covers with estimates sheet. Both very good to fine copies. ($30) 2647. Baranowski, Michele. Monete Greche e Romane. Collezione Numismatiche Valerio TVaverso di Genova Mr. Joseph Martini of New York e di Altri Amatori. (Milan, Febmaiy 25,1931 ). 237 pages, 3351 lots, 76fineplates. Bound in green cloth, gilL Cover lightly faded at spine, lightly foxed. A veiy good copy. ($75)

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2648. [Benson], Sotheby's. Catalogue of the Valuable Collection of Greek Coins formed by the Late Frank Sherman Benson, Esq. of Brooklyn, New York. (London, Feb. 3-11,1909). 110 pages, 808 lots, 26 plates, a few lots hand priced. Modem case binding. A nice fine copy. ($65)

2660. Egger, Bruder. Auktions Katalog. Médailles Grecques. Collection de Mr. le Prince Ch[akowski]. (Wien, January 7-8,1908). 45 pages, 693 lots, 21 plates, hand priced throughout Modem case binding. Minor chipping to original cover, otherwise a nice fine copy. ($65)

2649. Burgan, Claude. Lot of two sales relating to ancient and foreign coins. Indudes: (Paris,May 24,1986) 1121 lots,illustrated; and (Paris, July 2,1988)640Iocs, illustrated. Both with card covers. Very good copies. ($15)

2661. Egger, Brüder. Auktions Katalog XLI. Sammlung M. Ch. vormals Dr. Fenerly Bey etc.: Griechische, Römische und Byzantinische Münzen. (Wien, November 18,1912). 67 pages, 1400 lots, 27 plates, a few lots hand priced. Modem case binding. Minor chipping to original cover, otherwise a nice fine copy. ($65)

2650. [Byrne, Ray], Jess Peters, Inc. Sale No. 78. Coins and Tokens of the Caribees by Ray Byrne. (Los Angeles, June 13-15,1975). (15), xiii, (2), 144 pp., 1457 lots, illustrations, 8vo. Printed card covers in plastic dust cover. Sale of this noted collection that was cataloged by the collector and also intended to serve as a teference. Includes prices realized. ($20) 2651. Cahn, Adolph Ε. Auktions Katalog 68. (Frankfurt, November 26,1930). 120 pages, 2015 lots, 40 fine {dates. Important sale of andent coinage. Original paper cover heavily chipped at top and bottom of spine, nearly separated from text A very good copy. ($45) 2652. Cahn, Adolph Ε. Auktions Katalog 75. (Frankfurt Am Main, May 30, 1932). 103 pages, 2065 lots, 38 fineplates. Card cover moderately soiled, minor chipping at spine, light foxing in text A good sale erf Greek, Reman and Byzantine. A very good copy. ($50) 2653. Cahn, Adolph Ε. No. XXXI. Verzeichnis Verkäuflicher Münzen und Medaillen. Teil I. Antike Münzen. (Frankfurt Am Main, 1934). 68 pages, 2168 coins listed, 4 plates. Spine torn at top and bottom of spine, light foxing. A very good copy. ($25) 2654. Calioô, X. & F. Catâlogo de Monedas Antiguas de Hispania. (Barcdona, June 18/19,1979). 177 pages, 1277 lots, illustrated throughout. Blue leatherette with dust jacket. Pages starting to yellow around edges, otherwise a fine copy. ($30) 2655. Christie's. Lot of three catalogs from Christie's of New York and London. Includes: Andent Foreign and United States Coins and Banknotes (New Yoik; September 22,1986). 84 pp., 712 lots, illustrated, 8vo; English, Foreign and Andent Coins and Commemorative Medals (London, 15 May 1990). 108 pp., 832 lots, illustiated (some in color), 8vo, prices realized; Andent, Foreign and United States Coins together with Banknotes from the Archives erf the American Bank Note Company (New York; June 5,1991). 140 pp., 912 lots, illustrated, 8vo. Also ineluded: Stack's. The International Collection of Gold and Silver Coins of the World (Chicago; March 4-5,1988). 323 pp., 2818 lots, illustrated, 8vo, prices realized. All with printed card covers. Fine or better copies. 4 catalogues total· ($40) 2656. Christie's. Lot of two important catalogs. Includes: Highly Important Andent Coins, The Property erf A Lady (London, October9,1984). 98 pages, 313 lots, fully illustrated, 7 color plates. And Important Ancient Coins, The Property of a Laefy (London, October 8,1985). 133 pages, 436 lots, fully illustrated, 5 cdorplates. BeXh are green cloth with dust covers. Both are hand priced throughout Important sales. Fine copies. ($60) 2657. [Delbeke]. Sotheby's. Catalogue of the Collection of Greek Cdns in Gold, Eledrum, Silver and Bronze. The Property of Monsieur Auguste Delbeke of Antwerp. (London, April 24 & 25,1907). 37 pages, 246 lots, 8 plates. Modem case bineiing. A nice fine copy. ($50) 2658. [Douglas-Morris, Captain K.J.]. Sotheby & Co. Catalogue of The Distinguished Collection of English Gold Coins 1700-1900 Formed by Captain KJ. Douglas-Morris, RJN. (London, November 26,1974). 237 lots. Hardbound. Covers sunned. A fine copy. ($10) 2659. [Dundee], Spink & Son, Ltd. of London & Bowers and Ruddy, Galleries, Inc. The Dundee Collection of Scottish Coins. (Los Angdes, Febniaiy 19,1976). 131 pp., 347 lots. Paper coven. Covers worn with some chipping at spine. Very gexxi copy with pricesrealized.A monumental sale and collection erf Scottish coinage and widely consulted as a reference. ($10)

2662. [Erbstein, Richard Julius]. Adolph Hess. Sammlung Erbstein. II. Abtheilung: Münzen und Medaillen der Kaiser, Könige, Päpste und Geistlichen Fürsten. (Frankfurt am Main, January 18,1909). 370 pages, lots 622-7274. Card covers, chipping at top and bottom of spine, small tears around the edges. A very good copy. ($40) 2663. [Erbstein, Richard Julius]. Adolph Hess. Sammlung Erbstein. III. Abtheilung: Münzen und Medaillen der Altfürstiichen Häser. (Frankfurt am Main, October 25 - November 2,1909). 264 pages, lots 7275-12582,10 fine plates. Hardbound, with cloth spine. Light scuffing around edges. A very good copy.

($60) 2664. [Erbstein, Richard Julius], Adolph Hess. Sammlung Erbstein. IV. Abtheilung: Münzen und Medaillen der Neufürstlichen Häuser, der Schweiz, Italiens und der Niederland. (Frankfurt am Main, April 18-22,1910). 188 pages, lots 12583-15673,5 fineplates. Hardbound, wilh doth spine. Light scuffing around edges. A fine copy. ($75) 2665. [Erbstein, Richard Julius]. Adolph Hess. Sammlung Erbstein. V. Abtheilung: Münzen und Medaillen der Städte und Überseeischen Länder Medaillen auf Privatpersonen Miscellanea, Nachtrag. (Frankfurt am Main, January 9,1911). 239 pages, lots 15674-20016. Printed card covers. Tom at top and bottom of spine. A very good copy. ($40) 2666. [Farouk, King]. Sotheby's at Cairo. The Palace Collections of Egypt. Catalogue of The Highly Important and Extremely Valuable Collection of Coins and Medals, The Property of the Republic of Egypt and now sold by order of the government (Cairo, 24 February - 6 March 1954). 306 pp., (6), 37 {dates, 2798 lots, index. Original paper covers. Moderate chipping at spine. Internally fine. ($60) 2667. Florange, M. Jules and M. Louis Ciani. Sale No. 9. Monnaies Romaines Consulaires & Imperiales Monnaies Byzantines. Provenant des Collections du Colonel Allotte de la Fuye. (Paris, May 4-5,1925). 36 pages, 597 lots, 12 plates. Original card covers, spine almost gone, light foxing. A very good copy. ($45) 2668. ['Gallia']. Christie's. The 'Gallia' Collection of French Gold Coins. The Property of a Gentleman. (London, 6 October 1987). 97 pp., (7), 344 lots, each lot illustrated above its description with many in colour, 8vo. Blue doth, gilt and with dust cover. Fine copy with list of prices realized. A highly important sale. ($30) 2669. Glendining & Co., Ltd and B.A. Seaby. Sale No. 2. Catalogue of a Sale of Greek and Roman Coins. (London, July 15-17,1929). 47 pages, 1134101s, 32 fine plates. Light chipping at spine and comers. A fine copy. ($30) 2670. Glendining & Co. Catalogue of an Important Collection of Roman Portrait Coins. (London, November20& 21,1969). 72pages, 500lots, 19plates. Originalpapercovers,nearly separated. A good sale. ($15) 2671. [Hazlitt]. Sotheby's. Catalogue of the Hazlitt Collection of Coins. (London, June 5-15,1909). 190pages, 127410ts, 16plates, handpriced wilh buyers names throughout Modem case binding. A nice fine copy. ($75)

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2672. Helbing, Otto. Sammlung Hofrat Hermann etc. Griechische Münzen und Römische Münzen. (Munich, October 24,1927). Lots 2467-3890, plates 3980. Hardbound. This is part two of the sale held October 24, thefirstpart containing medieval coins. A fine copy. ($35)

2683. [Hunt, Nelson Bunker]. Sotheby's. The Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection of Highly Important Greek and Roman Coins. Part ΙΠ. (December 4,1990). New York. 117 lots, each illustrated in both black-and-white and colon Hardbound with dust cover. Includes prices realized. A veiy fine copy. ($75)

2673. Helbing, Otto Nachf. Antike Münzen. Auktions-Katalog 70. (Munich, December 9,1932). 46 pages, 715 lots, 29 fine photographic plates. W/o prices realized. Original printed card coveis slightly chipped at spine, otherwise internally a fine copy. ($30)

2684. [Hunt, Nelson Bunker]. Sotheby's. The Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection of Important Greek and Roman Coins, Part IV. (June 19 and 20, 1991). New York. 1066 lots. Hardbound with dust cover. The last sale of this most important collection. A veiy fine copy but glossy dust cover smudged (as are most). Includes prices realized. A magnificent catalog that is both a reference and collector's item. ($75)

2674. Bound volume of three auction catalogs. Includes: Helbing, Otto. Auktions Katalog 63. Römische Münzen (April 29,1931); Merzbacher, Dr. Eugene. Römische und Griechische Münzen (November 2, 1909); and Hirsch, Dr. Jacob. Ν0.ΧΧΧΠΙ. Griechische, Römische und Byzantinische Münzen (November 17, 1913). 62,164,116pages, 1403,3237,1912 lots, 36,30,39 fine plates respectively. All are nice fine copies with original card covers bound in. Modem libraiy binding. ($150) 2675. Hess, Adolph. Sammlung des Herrn L.E. Bruun in Kopenhagen Schwedische Münzen, Π. Teil. Von Christine bis zur Gegenwart. (Frankfurt, October26-27,1914). Lots 992-2347,45fineplates. Hardbound. Binding broken and weak in several places. Needs rebinding. Internally in fine condition. ($45) 2676. Hess, Adolph. Katalog 207. Sammlung Kommerzienrat H. Otto, Stuttgart. (Luzem, December 1,1931). 54 pages, 133910ts,31 plates. Chipping at lop and bottom of spine, light foxing. A very good copy. ($45) 2677. Hirsch, Dr. Jacob. No. XIV. Auktions-Catalog Einer Bedeutenden Sammlung. Griechischer Münzen Dabei Bemerkenswerte Serie GrossGriechenland und Sicilien, und Römischer Münzen Nebst Numismatischer Bibliothek. (Munich, November 27,1905). 98 pages, 1666 lots, 19 fine plates. Printed card covers heavily chipped and separated from text, as is the last plate. A good copy. ($15)

2685. most).

Another copy as above. A fine copy, glossy dust cover smudged (as are ($50)

2686. [Hunt, William Herbert], Sotheby's. The William Herbert Hunt Collection of Highly Important Byzantine Coins. (December 5 and 6,1990). New York. 962 lots of important Byzantine coins expertly cataloged by Simon Bendall. 67 black-and-white plates which are not smudged (as are most), one color plate. Hardbound with dust cover. Includes prices realized. A veiy fine copy. ($75) 2687. Another copy as above. Hardbound with dust cover (smudged). Without prices realized. A veiy fine copy. ($70) 2688. Kricheldorf, H.H. Auktion TV. Antike Münzen der Griechischen Welt und von Byzanz. (Stuttgart, October7,1957). 37 pages, 600lots, 29 plates. Printed card covers. A veiy good copy. ($ 15) 2689. Lair-Dureuil, M.R Catalogue De Monnaies Antiques Grecques, Romaines Et Byzantines, Monnaies Françaises, Composant la Collection de M. Ed. C. (Paris, Florange and Ciani, April 23-24,1926). 36 pp., 8 plates, 670 lots, 8vo. Printed card coveis. Minor comer bumps. Fine copy. ($30)

2678. Hirsch, Dr. Jacob. No. XV. Auktions-Catalog einer Bedeutenden Specialsammlung Griechischer Münzen von Hispania, Gallia, Iyalia, Sicilia, Carthago aus dem Besitze eines Bekannten Nordischen Sammlers. Anhang: Römische Goldmünzen, Numismatische Bibliothek des Herrn Arhur Lübbecke in Braunschweig. (Munich, May 28,1906). 123 pages, 1674 lots, 16 plates. Original caid cavers, soiled, back cover and last plate separated. Internally, minor foxing. A veiy good copy. ($35)

2690. Lepczyk, Joseph. Lotoffourauctioncatalogs.Includes:29,46,54,and 58. Mostly world and U.S. coins. All very good and better copies. ($10)

2679. Hiisch, Dr. Jacob. No. XVH. Verzeichnis von Münzen und Medaillen. I.Abteilung: Griechische Münzen. (Munich, Febmaiy 1907). 115pages, 1856 lots, spaisely illustrated throughout text. Afixedprice list of Greek coins. Missing original card coveis,titlepage soiled and wrinkled, text fine. Overall, a good copy. ($15)

2692. [Lübbecke, Arthur]. A. Riechmann & Co. Deutsche Brakteaten. (Halle/Saale, Febmaiy 3-4,1925). 1032 lots, 43 plates. Reprint edition revised by Ebeihaid Mertens. (Münster, 1974). 68 pages, 43 plates. Golden brown cloth Comers bumped. A fine copy. ($35)

2680. Bound volume of three catalogs. Includes: Hirsch, Dr. Jacob. Auctions Catalog ΧΠ. Griechischen un Römischen Münzen Schönster Erhaltung. (November 17,1904); Ratio, Rodolfo. Monnaies Romaines de la République Jusqu'à L'Époque D'Auguste (1927, fixed price list); and Ratio, Rodolfo. Monnaies Grecques. (April 4,1927). 49,66,220 pages, 704,823,2966 lots, 14,14,72fineplatesrespectively.All are veiy good copies with original card coveis (all soiled) bound in. Modem libraiy binding. ($100) 2681. [Hunt, Nelson Bunker]. Sotheby's. The Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection of Highly Important Greek and Roman Coins, Part 1. (June 19,1990). New Yoik. 164 lots, each illustrated in both black-and-white and color Hardbound with dust cover. Glossy dust cover. A magnificent catalog that is both areferenceand collector's item. Includes prices realized. A very fine copy. ($75) 2682. [Hunt, Nelson Bunker], Sotheby's. The Nelson Bunker Hunt Collection of Highly Important Greek and Roman Coins. Part II. (June 21 and 22,1990). New Yoik. 789 lots, illustrated throughout with 19 interspersed color plates. Hardbound with dust cover. Includes prices realized. A veiy fine copy. ($65)

2691. Leu & Co. and Adolph Hess AG. Lot of 2 catalogs. Taler, Sammlung Howard D. Gibbs, Teil L (Lucerne, June 12, 1956). Taler, Sammlung Howard D. Gibbs, Teil Π. (Lucerne, March, 19,1957). Both printed card covers without prices realized. Veiy good copies. ($30)

2693. [Mabbott, Thomas Ollive]. Hans M.F. Schulman Galleiy. The Thomas Ollive Mabbott Collection, Part One. Coins of the Greek World. Catalogue by Hans Holzer. (New York; June 6,7,9,10,11,1969). Text volume only. 148 pp., 3860 lots. Printed paper coveis. One of the best collections ever offered of Greek Imperial coinage despite some of the "wishful thinking" attributions by Mr. Holzer. A fine copy. ($10) 2694. [Mabbott, Thomas Ollive]. Hans M.F. Schulman Galleiy. The Thomas Ollive Mabbott Collection, Part Two. Coins of the Roman World. (New Yoik; October 27, 28,29 1969). 1477 lots, 32 plates. Printed paper covers. One of the largest collections ever offered at public auction! Small bump at top right comer, otherwise a veiy fine copy. ($20) 2695. Merzbacher, Dr. Eugene. Sammlungen Griechischer und Römischer Münzen. (Munich, November 15,1910). 134 pages, 2241101s, 31fineplates. Bound with Santamaria, P. & P. Médailles Romaines. Aes Grave Composant la Collection D'un Amateur Décédé. (Rome, November 29, 1920). 137 pages, 1302 lots, 31 plates, hand priced with buyers names. Original card coveis of both sales bound in. Merzbacher is a nice fine copy, Santamaria a very good copy. Bound in quarter leather with green marbled boards. ($125)

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2696. [Metropolitan Museum ctf Art]. Sotheby & Co. A.G. The Collection of Andent and Later Coins. The Property of The Metropolitan Museum of A r t Part 1. Roman Gold Coins. (Zurich, November 10,1972). 347 lots, color frontis, 7 plates, wilh prices realized. Also Sotheby & Co. A.G. Greek Coins From The John Ward Collection. Part II. The Property of The Metropolitan Museum of A r t (Zurich, April 4-5,1973). 773 lots, color frontis, 31 plates. Wilh prices realized. Both green cloth wilh gold lettering. Both fine copies. Important sales. ($30) 2697. [Metropolitan Museum of Art]. Sotheby & Co. A.G. The Collection of Ancient and Later Coins. The Property of The Metropolitan Museum of A r t Part 1. Roman Gold Coins. (Zurich, November 10,1972). 347 lots, color frontis, 7 plates, with prices realized. Green doth with gdd lettering. A fine copy. ($15) 2698. Münzen und Medaillen Auctiones A.G. Lot of two catalogs. Includes: Auktion 15 and Auktion 17. Both fine copies. ($ 10) 2699. Münzen und Medaillen A.G. Lot of two auction catalogs. Auktion 44 and Vente Publique 47. Both contain andents. Fine copies, lightly soiled. ($15) 2700. Münzen und Medaillen A.G. Lot of two catalogs. Includes: Auktion 44 (primarily medieval and foreign) and Auktion 67 (German and Swiss coins). Cover on 41 a little dirty, otherwise both are fine copes. ($10) 2701. Münzhandlung Basel Lagerkatalog I. Münzen der Römischen Republik bis zum Tode des Augustus. (Basel April, 1934). 15 pages, 549 lots, 6 superb plates with tissue interleaves. Spine reenforced wilh black cloth tape. Light discoloration on cover. A nice fine copy. Scarce. ($50) 2702. Münzhandlung BaseL Auktionskatalog 1. Römische Bronzemünzen einer alten fürstlichen Sammlung und aus anderem Besitz. (Basel, June 28, 1934). 103 pages, 2220 lots, 50 superb Collotype plates with tissue interleaves. Spine lighlly sunned, a few small folds on cover, top and bottom of spine bumped. A very good copy. A wonderful sale of Roman ji!. ($75) 2703. Münzhandlung BaseL Vente Publique No. 3. Collection de Monnaies et Médaillons Romains formée en majeure partie par le Prince W. vers la fin du XVIII siècle. (Basel, March 4,1935). 82 pages, 1071 lots, 53 superb collotype plates, indudes estimate sheeL Original paper covers. Light chipping at top and bottorn of spine. A fine copy. ($75) 2704. Another copy as above. Cover soiled and chipped. Last several plates have asmalltearfromthumbing. Agoodcopy. ($35) 2705. Münzhandlung Basel. Vente Publique No. 8. Monnaies Grecques, Romaines et Byzantines. (Basel March 22-23,1937). 88 pages, 11601ots,54supe1b collotype plates. Cover soiled, chipped and nearly separated from text Internally fine. ($35) 2706. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. & Bank Leu AG. The Garrett Collection, by order of The Johns Hopkins University, public auction of Ancient & Foreign Coins. Parts Ι,Π,&ΠΙ. (Bevedy Hills, CA and Zurich; May 16-18,1984; October 16-18,1984; March 29,1985 - mail bid sale). Three volumes. 28 χ 21.5 cm. One of the largest collections ever to be sold at auction (espedally if the U.S. material sold by Bowers & Ruddy is induded). This trio of auction catalogues is a must for every serious numismatist's library ! Card covers with prices realized. Fine copies. ($65) 2707. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Fall Mail Bid Sale. (October 12, 1988). Featuring The Collection of Dr. George Brauer. 584 Greek lots, 505 Roman and Byzantine lots, 63 multiple las. Card covers. Includes pricesrealized.Notes written on front cover and a few lots priced in ink. A very good copy. ($8)

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2709. Numismatic Hue Arts, Inc. Winter Mail Bid Sale. (December 14,1989). Featuring The Collection of Dr. Paul Stadler Szego. 1417 lots of coins, 695 lots of books. Card covers. Includes prices realized. A nice fine copy. ($12) 2710. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Mail Bid Sale. Featuring the Collections of Lawrence M. Cutler, Alex Struthers and Thomas Ward and Dr. H.St. George Tucker. (October 18,1990). 2849 lots of coins, 106 lots of literature. Including a very important collection of Roman Egyptian coinage. A few stray ink marks. Fine copy with prices realized. ($10) 2711. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction XXV. (New York City, November 29,1990). 511 lots, illustrated throughout, 2 color plates. Without prices realized. Card covers. Very fine copy. ($15) 2712. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction XXVI. The ANA Centennial Sale. (Rosemont, IL., August 14, 1991). Ancient Greek and Roman Coins. 387 lots, illustrations throughout, 3 color plates. Paper covers. Very fine copy with prices realized. ($15) 2713. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction XXVII. (New York, December 45,1991). Andern Greek and Roman Coins. 662 lots, illustrations throughout, 4 color plates. Paper covers. Very fine copy with prices realized. ($15) 2714. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction XXVIII. Spring Mail Bid Sale. (Beverly Hills, April 23,1992). Anrient Greek and Roman Coins. 1571 lots of Greek and Roman cans. Paper covers. Afinecopy with prices realized. ($10) 2715. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction XXIX. The 1992 ANA Ancient Auction Sale. (Orlando, August 13,1992). Andent Greek and Roman Coins. 491 lots of Greek and Roman coins. Paper covers. A very fine copy wilh prices realized. ($15) 2716. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction XXX. (Beverly Hills, December 8, 1992). 320 lots, illustrated, oblong 8vo. Andent Greek and Roman coins. Printed paper covers. A few lots priced in ink. A very fine copy. ($15) 2717. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction XXXI. Spring Mail Bid Sale. (Beverly, Hills, March 18,1993). Andent Greek and Roman Coins. 1405 lots of Greek and Roman coins, 146 lots of literature. Paper covers. A very fine copy wilh prices realized. ($15) 2718. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction XXXII. (New York, June 10,1993). Andent Greek and Roman Coins. 371 lots of Greek and Roman ooins. Paper covers. A veryfinecopy without prices realized. ($15) 2719. Pilartz, Heinrich. Auktion ΧΙΠ. (Köln, November 10-12,1966). 99 pages, 2637 lots, 41 plates. Contains Roman, Byzantine and world coins. Printed card covers. Afinecopy. ($20) 2720. [Prowe, Theodor], Egger, Brüder. Auctions-Catalog der Sammlung Griechischer, Römischer und Byzantinischer Münzen des Herrn Theodor Prowe in Moskau. (Vienna, November 28, 1904). 164 pp., 15 plates, 3078 lots, 8vo. Printed card covers. Light foxing, Spinereenfotcedwith heavy, black tape. A very good copy. ($75) 2721. Rollin ét Feuardent Collection Billoin. Médaillés Grecques Autonomes. (Paris, March 22,1886). 107 pages, 997 lots, 4 wonderful plates. Original textured card covers, pages uncut A nice fine copy. ($45) 2722. Sotheby & Co. Catalogue of Important Coins and Medals. The Property of A Late Collector. (London, June 12,1974). 303 lots, plated Hardbound, lightly sunned. This sale contains medals and world coins, no andents. Afinecopy. ($15)

2708. Numismatic Fine Arts, Inc. Auction ΧΧΠ. aune 1,1989). Beverly Hills. Andent Greek and Roman Ccsns. 386 lots, illustrations throughout Paper covers. Second half of sale hand priced in ink. Fine copy with prices realized. ($10)

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2723. Spink & Son Numismatics Ltd., Zürich. Lot of six auction catalogs. Including: Auktion 4 (October27,1980); Auktion 11 (October 27-28,1983); Auktion 13 (May 9-10,1984); Auktion 14 (Navember7,1984); Auction Sale 18 (February 18, 1986); and Auction Sale 20 (October 6,1986). All green and while casebound. M fine copies. ($50)

2737. Vinchon, Jean. Vente Aux Enchères Publiques D'Une Exceptionnelle Collection De Monnaies Antiques réunie par un éminent amateur: Armand IVampitsch (tl975). (Monte-Carlo, 13/14 November 1986). 155 pp., 901 lots, illustrations throughout text, 8 color plates, 3 maps. Blue leatherette, gilt. Veryfinecopy.

2724. Sternberg, Frank. Auktion. Römische Münzen, Numismatische Literatur. (Zürich, November 30 - December 1,1973). 67 pp., 600 lots, 24 plates. Paper covers. Fine copy with prices realized. ($20) 2725. Sternberg, Frank and Schweizerischer Bankverein. Goldmünzen, Seit 1793 in Feinster Erhaltung. (Zürich, April 30,1974). 52 pages, 650 lots, 19 plates. Quarter leatherette with cream boards. Fine copy without prices realized. ($15)

2738. [Weber, Consul Eduard Friedrich]. Jacob Hirsch, No. XXTV. Sammlung Consul Eduard Friedrich Weber, Hamburg. Zweite Abteilung: Römische und Byzantinische Münzen. Nachtrag Griechische Münzen. Münzgewichte. Numismatische Bibliothek. (Munich, May 10,1909). 257 pages, 3607 lots, 63 fine {dates, hand priced throughout Contemporary blue cloth with original cover glued to the front Front cover broken nearly in half, minor foxing. A wonderful sale of Roman and Byzantine coins. Overall, a very good copy. ($200)

2726. Stembeig, Frank and Peter Höflich. Goldmünzen, Europa und Kolonien. Silbermünzen, Belgien - Deutschland - Italien - Schweiz. (Zürich, October 16/17, 1975). 71 pages, 934 lots, 32 plates. Quarter leatherette with cream boards. Very good copy with prices realized. ($15)

2739. [Whiting, Robert B.] Spink & Sons, Zurich and C.E. Bullowa. Collection Prof. Robert B. Whiting. Martin Luther und Die Reformation Auf Münzen und Medaillen. (Zürich, April 1920,1983). 131 pages, 960 lots, illustrated next to the descriptions, 4to. Glossy hard cover. A very fine copy. ($20)

2727. Sternberg, Frank. Auktion VIL Antike Münzen: Griechen Münzen Römer - Byzantiner. (Zürich, November 24-25, 1977). 140 pp., 66 plates, 1315 lots. Paper covers. Finecopy without prices realized. ($20)

2740. [Whimey Walter, John]. Stack's with Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. Unique Complete Series - Men of Rome - The Golden Military Years - LVCIVS SVLLA to SEVERVS ALEXANDER 82BC - 235AD. The John Whitney Walter Collection. (November 29,1990). New York. 79 lots each illustrated in black-and-white and color with many color enlargements. 22 page introductory text of biographies of each individual represented in the sale written by John Whimey Walter. Card covers. As new. ($15)

2728. Sternberg, Frank and Peter Höflich. Münzen der Antike des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit (Zürich, November 15/16,1979). 107 pages, 1230 lots, 50plates. Quarter leatherette with cream boards. Fine copy with prices realized. ($15) 2729. Sternberg, Frank. Auktion ΧΠΙ. Antike Münzen: Griechen - Römer Byzantiner, Geschnittene Steine und Schmuck Der Antike Islamische Münzen. (Zürich, November 17/18,1983). 165 pp., 68 plates, 1 colorplate, 1286 lots. Paper covers. Fine copy without prices realized. ($20) 2730. Sternberg, Frank and Giorgio Apparuti. Auktion XIV. Antike Münzen : Griechen - Römer - Byzantiner, Italienische und Päpstliche Münzen des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit. (Zürich, May 24/25,1984). 115 pages, 965 lots, 52 plates, 1 color plate. Quarter leatherette with cream boards. Fine copy. ($20) 2731. Sternberg, Frank and Gioigio Apparuti. Auktion XVI. Antike Münzen: Griechen - Römer - Byzantiner, Gold- Und Silbermünzen Europas, Numismatische Literatur. (Zürich, November 15/16,1985). 92 pp., 33 plates, 3 color plates, 780 lots. Quarter leatherette with cream boards. A fine copy without prices realized. ($15) 2732. Sternberg, Frank and Giorgio Apparuti. Auktion XX. Griechische Münzen Von Italien - Sizilien, Griechische Gold- Und Elektronmünzen, Numismatische Literatur. (Zürich, April 20,1988). 69 pp., 24 plates, 4 oolor plates, 600 lots. Quarter leatherette with cream boards. A finecopy. ($20)

($20)

2741. Large lot of 45 miscellaneous fixed price lists and auction catalogs. Includes lists from firms such as Kricheldorf, Coin Galleries, Kunst und Münzen, Harmer Rooke and many more. All very good or better copies. ($35) 2742. Large lot of 18 auction catalogs and fixed price lists, all contain ancients. Lot includes: AstaCeresio 3; Christies, February 26,1991; Elsen, Sale 3 and Sale 28; Leu Numismatics, May 26,1993; Malter,Sale 28,Sale51 and two issues of Collector's Journal of Ancient Art Münz Zentrum, Sale 73; NFA, Publication 36 and 38; Peus Sale 333; Spink, Sale 42,78 and 82, and February 1991 Numismatic Circular, Swiss Bank Corp., Summer 1992; and Superior May 30-June 1,1993. All very good or better copies. ($50) 2743. Lot of 16 miscellaneous catalogs. Includes sales f r o n Glendining's, Spink Taisei, Schulman, Swiss bank Corp., and others. Approximately half contain ancients. All fine or better copies. ($40) 2744. Lot of four auction catalogs relating to ancients. Includes: Hess-Leu Auktion 31, December 6/7, 1966; Hess-Leu Auktion 36, April 17/18, 1968; Jean Vinchon, April 13,1985; and Jean Vinchon, April 1-13,1988. Coverneariy separated from text of Hess-Leu 31, cover torn at spine of first Vinchon sale, others ate fine copies. ($35)

2733. Swiss Bank Corporation. Lot of seven auction catalogs. Incudes the following: Auction 23 (September 20,1989); Auction 25 (September 19-20,1990); Auction 26 (January 22-24, 1991); Auction 27 (January 24,1991); Auction 29 (January 28-30,1992); Auction 30 (September 15-17, 1992); and Auction 31 (September 17,1992). All with glossy hardcovers. Very fine copies. ($50)

2745. Lot of four catalogs and fixed price lists relating to ancients. Includes: Hadan J. Berk, Hxed price list 3 and 4; Joel L Malter, Auction 44 (May 29,1990); and Coin Galleries, The Golden Gate Collection (April 14,1993). All very good or better copies. ($20)

2734. [Sydenham, E.A.] Glendining & Co. Catalogue of the Roman and Greek Collection of Coins Formed by the Late Rev. EA. Sydenham, MA. (London, November 24-26,1948). 123 pages, 983 lots, no plates. Original printed paper covers. A fine copy. ($15)

2746. Lot of three catalogs relating to ancient Jewish numismatics. Includes; NFA Sale 3, March 27,1976; Superior Galleries, The Abraham Bromberg Collection of Jewish Coins, Part 1 and 2, December 5,1991 and December 10,1992 All are fine copies. ($25)

2735. [Trau, Sammlung Franz]. Gilhofer & Ranschburg and Adolph Hess A.G. Sammlung Franz Trau, Münzen der Römischen Kaiser. (Vienna, May 22,1935). 130 pages, 4727 lots, 53 plates, large 8vo. Printed card covers. Covers creased at comers and soiled. Includes prices realized. A very good copy. ($ 100) 2736. [Trau, Franz]. Gilhofer & Ranschburg. Sammlung Franz Trau. Münzen Der Römischen Kaiser. (New York, 1976 reprint of original sale held in Vienna, 22 May,1935). 130 pp., 53 plates, 4727 lots. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($25)

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TITLES ON TOKENS, MEDALS AND JETONS 2747. Abbott, P.E Recipients of the Distinguished Conduct Medal, 18551909. (London, 1975). 88 pages, 4to. Cloth with clearplastic dust cover. Dust cover torn. A veiy fine copy. ($25) 2748. Brown, Laurence. British Historical Medals 1760-1960. Volume I. The Accession of George ΙΠ to the Defeat of William IV. (Seaby, 1980). 469 pages, illustrations throughout, large 4to. Describes 1755 medals. Hardbound with dust cover. Dust cover smudged, otherwise a very fine copy. ($85) 2749. [Ciechanowiecki]. Sculpture in Miniature: The Andrew S. Ciechanowiecki Collection of Gilt & Gold Medals and Plaquettes. (The Museum erf Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, 1969). 222 pages, 118 pages of plates, 4to. Blue card covers. Small tears and smudges on cover. Afinecopy. Ex Libris. ($25) 2750. Collignon, Jean-Pierre. La Medaille Française Au XIX Siecle Et L'Histoire. (Cologne, 1989). 405 pages, 125 plates, 4lo. Glossy hard covers. As new. ($125) 2751. Dalton, R & S.H. Hamer. The Provincial Token-Coinage of the 18th Century. Illustrated. (1977reprintof 1910-18 originals [Mparts]). 567 pp. with illustrations throughout, 8vo. Pale green cloth with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($40)

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2761. Grove, Frank W. Tokens of Mexico. (Ontario, California, 1989). 280 pages, 2031 tokens listed with line drawings of nearly all, 4to. Blue casebound, gilt. A veiy fine copy. ($30) 2762. [Hall, Vemon]. Catalogue of The Vernon HaU Collection of European Medals. (Elvehjem Museum of Art, Univeisity of Wisconsin, Madison, 1978). 101 pages, illustrated throughout, large 8vo. Printed card covers. A very fine copy.

($20) 2763. Jones, Mark. Contemporary British Medals. (Trustees of The British Museum, 1986). 63 pages, illustrated throughout. Glossy card covers. Cover lighlty faded. A very good copy. ($10) 2764. Jones, Mark. The Art of the Medal. (London, 1979). 192 pages, illustrated throughout, 8 color plates, 8vo. Hardbound wilh dust oover. A very fine copy.

($20) 2765. Kienast, Gunter W. The Medals of Karl Goetz. (Cleveland, Ohio; 1980 reprint of 1967 original). (8), ii, (2), 284 pp., frontispiece, illustrated throughout text, large 8vo. Brown casebound, gilt. A very fine copy. ($45) 2766. Kirschner, Bruno. Deutsche Spott-Medaillen Auf Juden. (Munich, 1968). 92 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Green cloth with dust cover. Afinecopy. ($10)

2752. Davis, Wilham John. The Nineteenth Century Token Coinage of Great Britain, Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man to which are added tokens of over one penny value of any period. (Sanford Durst and B.A. Seaby Ltd., 1979 reprint of London, 1904 original), xlviii, 284 [ 3 4,.‫ין‬plates, 4to. Blue casebound. As new copy. ($30)

2767. Krause, Delbert Ray. Swiss Shooting Talers and Medals. (Whitman, 1965). 160 pages, illustrated throughout, 12mo. Green leatherette, gilL Afinecopy. ($15)

2753. Friedenberg, Daniel M. (Editor). Great Jewish Portraits in Metal. Selected Plaques and Medals from The Samuel Friedenberg Collection of The Jewish Museum. (New York, Schocken Books for The Jewish Museum, 1963). 143 pp., illustrated, large 8vo. Brown cloth with dust cover. Afinecopy. ($25)

2769. linecar, Howard W.A. The Commemorative Medal. (London and Vancouver, 1974). 154pages, 16plates, 12mo. Red casebound with dust cover Afine copy. ($15)

2754. Friedenberg, Daniel M. (Editor). Great Jewish Portraits in Metal. Selected Plaques and Medals from The Samuel Friedenberg Collection of The Jewish Museum. (New York, Schocken Books for The Jewish Museum, 1963). 143 pp., illustrated, 4to. Printed card covers. A fine copy. ($20) 2755. Friedenbeig, Daniel M. Jewish Medals from the Renaissance to the Fall of Napoleon (1503-1815). (New Yoik, daikson N. Potter, IncVPublisher for The Jewish Museum, 1970). vii., 152 pp., text illustrations, frontispiece, 8vo. Brown cloth. Fine copy. ($20) 2756. Friedenbeig, Daniel M. Jewish Miniers & Medalists. (Philadelphia, 1976). x, 131 pages, illustrated throughout Black cloth with worn dust cover. A fine copy. ($20) 2757. Friedenberg, Daniel M Medieval Jewish Seals from Europe. (Wayne State University Press, 1987). 399 pages, illustrated throughout, 4to. Tan cloth with slip case. A very fine copy. ($50)

2768.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($15)

2770. Litherland, A.R. and B.T. Simpkin. Spink's Standard Catalogue of British and Associated Orders, Decorations & Medals, with Valuations. (London, 1990). 222 pages, illustrated throughout, 15 colorplates, large 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($30) 2771. McCormick-Goodhart, Leander. Admiral Vernon Medals. (Numismatic Review - Stack's, New York, 1945). 42 pp., 3 plates, 8vo. Printed papercovers. Very good copy. ($10) 2772. [Salton], The Salton Collection. Renaissance & Baroque Medals & Plaquettes. Bowdoin College Museum of Art. (Brunswick, Maine, 1969 revised edition of 1965 original). Catalog ci 187 medals, illustrated throughout, laige 8vo. Card covers. Covers a little dirty. Internally very fine. ($20) 2773. Lot of two books relating to medals. Includes: Alec A. Purves, Collecting Medals and Decorations (Seaby, 1968); and John C. Johnson, The Medal Collector, A Guide to Naval, Militaiy, Airforce & Civil Awards (London, 1921). Both hard cover with illustrations. First is a fine copy, second a very good copy. ($25)

2758. Gans, Edward. Goethe's Italian Renaissance Medals. (San Diego, 1969). 12pages, 16plates,la1ge8vo.Goldleatherette.Afinecopy. ($15)

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2774. Aspen, Nelson Page. A History of Bermuda and its Paper Money. (Devon, Pa, 1980). 120 pages, illustrated throughout, many in color, 8vo. Red 2759. Grove, Frank W. Medals of Mexico. Volume I : Medals of the Spanish lealherette with dust cover, güt, signed by the author Dust cover diity. A veryfinecopy. Kings. Volume II: 1821-1971. Volume III: Orders Awards and Military ($15) Decorations. (Guadalajara, 1970,1972, and 1974). 208 pages, 476 pages, 208 pages respectively. 4to. Green, white andredleatherette, gilt \bh1me Π a little diity, else nice 2775. Coffing, Courtney L. A Guide and Checklist of World Notgeld, 1914fine copies. The standard work. ($85) 1947, and Other Local Issue Emergency Monies. (Krause, 1988). 184 pages, illustrated, 4to. Card covers. A very good copy. ($ 10) 2760. Grove, Frank W. Medals of Mexico. Vol.1: Medals of the Spanish Kings. (Guadalajara, Frank W. Grove, 1970). No. 457 of 1000 copies printed. (2), ii, (2)-203 2776. De Mey, J. Les Billets Communaux Belges (1914-1919). (Bruxelles, pp., illustrated throughout text, 8vo. Green leatherette. Fine copy. ($30) 1981). Three volumes. 440 pages, illustrated throughought, 4to. Matching, printed card covers. AfineseL ($45) 1 4 5


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2777. Duggleby, VincenL English Paper Money. (Stanley Gibbons Publications Ltd., London, 1975). xii, 108 pp., illustrated throughout text, frontispiece plate, 12mo. Red casebound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($ 10) 2778. Gonçalves, Alvaro Augusta Catilogo de Cédulas e Moedas Brasilieras do Padräo Monetirio "Cruziero," 1942-1967. (San Paulo, 1969). 138 pages, illustrated. Hand cover. A veiy good copy. ($10) 2779. Jones, Ivor Wynne. Money for All, The Story of the Welsh Pound. (Wales, 1969). 64 pages, illustrated. Stapled in a heavy vinyl cover, gilt A fine copy.

($10) 2780. Keller, Dr. Arnold. Das Papiergeld der Deutschen Kolonien. (Münster, 1967). 142 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Brown cloth with dust cover. Dust covertom, pages starting to yellow at the tops. A vety good copy. ($10) 2781. Musxynski, Maurice. Les Billets de la Banque de France. (Paris, 1975). 120 pages, illustrated throughout, 8 color plates, 4to. Green cloth with dust cover (smudged). A fine copy. ($20) 2782. Naibeth, Colin, Robin Hendy and Christopher Stocken Collecting Paper Money and Bonds. (New York, 1979). 119 pages, illustrated throughout many in color. Tan case bound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($15) 2783. Paatela, Hannu. Czarist Russian Paper Money, 1769-1917. (Helsinki, 1980). 160 pages, illustrated through out (many in color). Printed card covers. Minor bumps at comers. A fine copy. ($30) 2784. Pick, Albert. Papiergeld Katalog. Europa Seit 1900. (Munich, 1970). 294 pages, illustrated throughout text 4to. Orange cloth with dust jackeL Dust covertom and faded. A veiy good copy. ($15) 2785. Pick, Albert. Lot of two titles. Includes: Catalogue of European Paper Money Since 1900. (New Yoik, 1972). 320 pages, illustrations, 4to. Also, Paper Money. Catalogue of the Americas. (Munich, 1973). 335 pages, illustrations, 4to. Both hard cover with dust jackets. Dust covers torn, slight yellowing at tops of pages. Fine copies. ($35) 2786. Pick, Albert and Carl Siemsen. Lot of two titles. Includes: Das Notgeld des Π. Welkrieges (Emergency War Money of World War Π). (Munich, 1979). 111 pages, illustrated throughout, preface in German and English; Das Lagergeld der Konzentrations- und D.P.-Lager, 1933-1945. (Munich, 1976). 56 pages, illustrated throughout, Geiman only. Both have glossy card coveis. Veiy good to fine copies. ($20) 2787. Pylatinos, P.G. Greek Paper Money 1828-1976.192 pages, illustrated throughout, 12mo. Printed card coveis. A very good copy. ($10) 2788. Quaimby, Ernest Banknotes & Banking in The Isle of Man, 17881970. A Guide for Historians and Collectors. (Spink, 1971). 124 pages, illustrâted, 12mo. Red casebound, gilt, with dust cover. Comers bumped and dust cover dirty. A very good copy. ($10) 2789. Salmeron, Antonio Deana. Los Billetes De Cinco Pesos Del Banco De Mexico, S.A. (Mexico, 1976firstedition). 61 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Quarter green leather with green leatherette boards. Comers bumped, leather a little scuffed. A vety good copy. ($15) 2790. Schweikeit, M. Muszynskiet H. Le Papier-Monnaie du Maroc. (France, 1974). 62 pages, illustrated. Printed card covers. A veiy good copy. ($5) 2791. Shafer, Neil. A Guide Book of Philippine Paper Money. (Whitman, 1964). 128 pages, illustrated, 12mo. Blue casebound. Afinecopy. ($5) 2792. Shafer, Neil. Philippine Emergency and Guerrilla Currency of World War II. (Western Publishing Co., 1974). 464 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Black casebound, gilt with dust cover. A fine copy. ($15)

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2793. Shaw, William and Mohd. Kassim Haji Ail Paper Currency of Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei (1849-1970). (Muzium Negara, Malaysia, 1971). viii, (1), 124 pp., 43 plates (5 in color), 4to. White case bound, gilt, with clear dust coven Dust cover diity, otherwise a fine copy. ($10) 2794. Sten, Geoige. Banknotes of the World, Volumes I & II. (Menlo Paik, CA, 1967). Volume I, Aden-China, xx, 1-157 pages, illustrated, 22 pages of valuations. Volume Π, Colombia-Kuwait, iii, 159-328 pages, illustrated, 20 pages of valuations. Both card coveis. Veiy good copies. ($15) 2795. Young, Derek. Guide to the Currency of Ireland. Legal Tender Notes 1928-1972. (Dublin, 1972). 88 pages, illustrated, valuations, 12mo. Printed card covers. A very good copy. ($10)

GENERAL NUMISMATIC TITLES 2796. Adelson, Howard L The American Numismatic Society 1858-1958. (New Yoik, 1958). 390 pages, black and white plates throughout text History of the first one hundred years of the ANS. Red cloth. Fine copy, a bit diity, top edge spotted. ($30) 2797. American Numismatic Society. American Journal of Numismatics, 1913, Volume XLVH. (New Yoik, 1914). ν, 168, lx pages, plates throughout text Includes "The Dated European Coinage Prior to 1501" by Albert R. Frey and 7 other articles. Covers missing but still intact. Internally in fine condition. ($15) 2798. American Numismatic Society. Numismatic Literature. No. 1-25. (New Yoik, October 1947 - October 1953). Surveys of current numismatic literature and quite useful to the scholar and researcher. Paper coveis. These early issues are hard to find. Nice fine copies. ($50) 2799. Babelon, Jean. Portraits En Médaille. (Encyclopédie Alpina Illustrée, Paris, 1946). 4 pages, 40 fine plates (black-and-white) of portraiture from ancient coinage to 19th century medals. Quarto. Plates and text loose in folder Folder spine completely torn and frayed but internally veiy fine. Lightfoxing. Beautiful photography by Jean Roubier and worthy of individual frames. ($30) 2800. Becker, Thomas W.The Coin Makers. (New York, 1970). 186pages,illustrated throughout text Excellent survey of coins and how they aie made. Hard cover. Fine copy. ($10) 2801. Boaidman, John. Archaic Greek Gems: Schools and Artists in the Sixth and Early Fifth Centuries B.C. (Evanston, 1968). 236 pages with 41 plates, one in color. Out of print and scarce. Hardbound. Very fine copy. ($75) 2802. British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society, 1908. (London, 1909). 521 pages with illustrations, large 8vo. 15 articles mostly about hammered English coinage by many erf the noted experts in the field. Original cloth binding, top edge gilt. Cover a little soiled. A veiy good copy. ($45) 2803. British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic Society, 1912. (London, 1913). 485 pages with illustrations, large 8vo. 12 articles mostly about hammered English coinage by many of the noted experts in thefield.Original cloth binding, top edge gÜL Front and back hinges broken, cover a little soiled. A veiy good copy. ($45) 2804. Buttrey, T.V., Ann Johnston, Kenneth M. MacKenzie and Michael L. Bates. Greek, Roman and Islamic Coins From Sardis. (Harvard University Press, 1981).xxix,274pages, !Opiates.Puiplecloth. Afinecopy. ($50) 2805.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($50)

2806. Carson, RA.G., Editor Mints, Dies And Currency. Essays Dedicated to the Memory of Albert Baldwin. (Methuen & Co Ltd., London, 1971). xv, (1), 336 pp., 23 plates, 8vo. Black casebound with dust cover. Eighteen articles by various experts on various numismatic fields. Fine copy. ($40)

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2807. Clain-Stefanelli, Elvira and Vladimir. The Beauty and Lore of Coins, Currency and Medals. (New York, 1974). 256 pp. with illustrations, many in color. A beautiful and informative work covering all aspects of coinage - ancient to modem ! Hardbound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($30) 2808. Clain-Stefanelli, Elvira. Select Numismatic Bibliography. (New York, 1965,firstedition). (14), 406 pp., 8vo. Green casebound. A nice fine copy. ($20) 2809. Cribb, Joe, Editor: Money, From Cowrie Shells to Credit Cards. (London, 1986). 192 pages, illustrated throughout, many in color Glossy card covers. A general survey of money through the ages. A very fine copy. ($10)

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2822. Head, Barclay V. British Museum Department of Coins and Medals. A Guide to the Principal Gold and Silver Coins of the Ancients from Cir. B.C. 700 to AJD. 1. (London, 1909). 128 pages, 7 autotype plates. Heavy card covers. Text nearly separated from cover, internally fine. Cover soiled. A good copy. ($10) 2823. Head, Barclay V. Guide to the Principal Gold and Silver Coins of the Ancients, 700 B.C.-A.D.I. (Chicago, 1968 reprint of London, 1881 2nd edition), xviii, 128 pages, 70 plates, 2 tables. Reprint with new preface, bibliography, and commentary on Roman coins. Hard cover with dust jacket. Afinecopy. ($25) 2824.

Another copy as above. A fine copy.

($25)

2810. De Villefaigne, J.G. Change des Monnaies Etrangères. Billets de Banque, Travellers' Cheques, Monnaies D'Or, D'Argent et de Billon. (Paris, M. Ciani and MM. Vinchon, 1955). 313 pages, illustrated, 12mo. Printed card covers. A very good copy. ($10)

2825. Heckel, Waldemar and Richard Sullivan. Ancient Coins of the GraecoRoman World. The Nickle Numismatic Papers. (Wilfrid Laurier University Press for The Calgary Institute for the Humanities; Waterloo, Ontario, 1984). xvi, 307 pp., 7 plates, 8vo. Printed paper covers. Fine copy. ($15)

2811. Doty, Richard. The Macmillan Encyclopedic Dictionary of Numismatics. (New York, 1982). 355 pages, over 650 illustrations, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($30)

2826. Hill, GP. A Handbook of Greek and Roman Coins. (Chicago, 1964). 302 pages, 16 plates, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A very good copy. ($15)

2812. Doty, Richard G. Money of the World. (New York, 1978). 240 pp. with illustrations, many in color, 8vo. An excellent general survey of coinage from ancient to modem times. White casebound wilh dust cover. Afinecopy. ($25) 2813. Durst, Lorraine. United States Numismatic Auction Catalogs: A Bibliography. (New York, 1981). 87 pages, 8vo. Hard cover, gilt A few marks on cover, otherwise very fine. ($25) 2814. Durst, Lorraine and Sanford. Lot oftwo titles. Includes: World Gold Coin Value Guide, 1981;and World Silver Coin Value Guide, 1980. Both fine copies. ($15) 2815. Durst. Lot of seven Durst reprints. Includes: Klawans, An Outline of Ancient Greek Coins; Banks, Coins of Bible Days; Yeoman, Moneys of the Bible; Westdal, Dictionaiy of Roman Coin Inscriptions; Lhotka, Introduction to Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Coinage; Lhotka and Anderson, Survey of Medieval Iberian Coinages; and Lhotka, Introduction to Medieval Bractates. An excellent lot for the beginner. All printed, white, card covers. All fine or better copies. ($60) 2816. Durst Lot of six Durst reprints. Includes: Klawans, An Outline of Andern Greek Coins; Banks, Coins of Bible Days; WestdaL Dictionary of Roman Coin Inscriptions; Lhotka, Introduction to Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Cranage; Lhotka and Anderson, Survey of Medieval Iberian Coinages; and Lhotka, Introduction to Medieval Bractates. An excellent lot for the beginner. All printed, while, card covers. All very fine or better copies. ($50) 2817. Durst, Sanford J. Contemporary World Gold Coins. (New York, 1975 first edition). 98 pages, illustrated throughout Green leatherette, gilt A very fine copy. ($10) 2818. Fox-Davies, A.C. A Complete Guide to Heraldry. (New York, 1978 reprint of 1909 original). 647 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Red leatherette with dust cover. A fine copy. ($25) 2819. Frey, Albert R. Dictionary of Numismatic Names with Glossary of Numismatic Terms (English, French, German, Italian, Swedish) by Mark M. Salton. (New York, 1947). 94 pp. Hardbound. Invaluable for the numismatic researcher and scholar. Fine copy. Ex libris. ($20)

2827. Hill, George F. Becker The Counterfeiter. (Chicago, 1979 reprint of London, 1924 original). 2 volumes in 1,72 + 35 pages, 19 plates, index, 8vo. General history of Becker's career, discussion of his techniques, lists of his Greek, Roman, medieval and later counterfeits. A must for every serious numismatist as Becker counterfeits are still being sold as genuine to this day! Red leatherette. A very fine copy. ($20) 2828.

Another copy as above. A nice fine copy.

($15)

2829.

Another copy as above. A nice fine copy.

($15)

2830. Hill, Robert P. Gold Coins of the Americas. (Anco, Florence, Alabama, 1971). iv, 280 pages, illustrated throughout Brown leatherette, gilt. Small scrape on front cover, otherwise a very fine copy. ($10) 2831. Hoberman, Gerald. The Art of Coins And Their Photography. (Spink & Son Ltd and Harry N. Abrams, Inc., London and New York, 1982). 397 pp., 130 full-page color plates with some of thefinestcoin photography extant, 8va Green cloth with dust cover. Dust cover a little scuffed, otherwise a nice fine copy. ($70) 2832. copy.

Another copy as above. Dust cover a little scuffed, otherwise a nice fine ($70)

2833. [LAPN & IBSCC]. Bulletin on Counterfeits. Twenty six issues of this important bulletin which focuses on ancient, medieval and foreign coinage. The following issues included: VoL 1, No. 1-4; Vol. 2, No.2-4; V0L 3, No. 2-4; Vol. 4, No. 1-4; Vol. 5, No. 1&2; VoL 6, No. 1 & 2; Vol. 7, No. 1 & 2; VoL 8, No. 1 & 2; VoL 10, No. 1; VoL 11, No. 1 & 2; VoL 12, No, 1 & 2; Vol. 13, No. 1 & 2; VoL 14, No. l;and VoL 15,No. 1. All fine or better copies. ($125) 2834. Ingholt, Harald (Editor). Centennial Publication of The American Numismatic Society. (New York, 1958). xii, 712 pp., 50 plates, thick 4to. The "Festschrift" in honor of the ANS which contains many important articles in the native languages of the authors. Red cloth. Back hinge torn, front nearly so, internally fine. ($30) 2835. [International Numismatic Commission]. Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Numismatics, Berne, September 1979. Volume Π. (IAPN, Luxembourg 1982). Pages 691-1046, plates 82-122,8vo. This volume covers medieval and modem numismatics. Green cloth, gilt Very fine copy. ($75)

2820. Gibbs, Howard D. Chinese Imperial Names. A Finding List of Era and Personal Names On Chinese Imperial Coins. (Stack's, New York, 1944). 56 pp., latge 8vo. Quarter cloth and marbled boards. Very good copy. ($20)

2836. Jacob, Kenneth. Coins and Christianity. (London, 1985 reprint of London, 1959 original). 95 pp. with illustrations. Hard cover. Nice very fine copy. ($10)

2821. Grierson, Philip. Numismatics. (Oxford University Press, London, 1975). x, 211 pp., illustrations throughout text, 12mo. Printed card covers. Afinecopy.

2837. Keary, C.F. The Morphology of Coins. (Chicago, 1970reprintof London 1886 original). 89 pages, 6 plates. Hardbound. Afinecopy. ($15)

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2838. Kinns, Philip. The Caprara Forgeries. (RNS&IAPN, London and Basel, 1984). (4), 59 pp., 8 plates, 8vo. Red casebound with dust cover Dust cover scaled otherwise a veiy fine copy. ($25)

2853. Poiteous, John. Coins in History. (New York, 1969). 256 pages, 32 color illustrations, 300 black and white illustrations. General survey of the history of coins. Orange cloth wilh dust cover (frayed). Fine copy. ($45)

2839. Kosoff, Abe. Abe Kosoff Remembers‫״‬. (New York, 1981). 392 pages, illustrated throughout- Card covers. A fine copy. ($15)

2854. Porteous, John. Coins. (Frankfurt am Main, 1964 original). 128 pp., completely illustrated throughout, many in color. Excellent introductory text from ancient to modem coinage Printed red casebound wilh dust cover (torn andfrayed).A finecopy. ($10)

2840. Kozloff, Arielle P. [Editor]. Animals in Ancient Art From the Leo Mildenberg Collection. (Cleveland, 1981). 207 pages, 197 items cataloged and photographed in text, 22 color plates. Catalog for the exhibition organized by the Cleveland Museum of Ait of this important collection of Dr. Mildenberg, foimer head of the numismatic department of Bank Leu AG. Hard cover. A fine copy. ($15) 2841. Lawrence, Richard Hoe. The Paduans, Medals by Giovanni Cavino. (New York, 1980 reprint of New York,1883 edition). 31 pp., 3 woodcut illustrations, 12mo. Card covers. Front cover has a small thumbing tear, otherwise fine copy. ($10) 2842. Manville, Harrington Ε and Terence J. Robertson. British Numismatic Auction Catalogues, 1710-1984. (London, 1986). xvii, (1), 420 pages, 4to. Orange cloth, gilt. Comers and edges bumped, otherwise a fine copy. ($50) 2843. Maisson, G.O. The Gods, Goddesses and Heroes on the Ancient Coins of Bible Lands. (Stockholm, 1969). xxviii, 267 pages, 8 plates. Hardbound in blue leatherette. Out of print A fine copy. ($20) 2844. Miller, Michael F. Classical Greek and Roman Coins. The Investor's Handbook. (Hamden, CT.; 1982). 221 pp., glossary, 8vo. Black casebound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($ 12) 2845.

Another copy as above. Very good copy.

($10)

2846. Milne, J.G. Greek & Roman Coins and the Study of History. (Chicago, 1980 reprint of the London, 1938 original). 128 pages, 16plates, 8vo. Green casebound, gilL A veiy fine copy. ($15) 2847. Milne, J.G. Greek & Roman Coins and the Study of Histoiy. (Westport, CT. 1971 reprint of the London, 1938 original). 128 pages, 16plates,8vo. Tan casebound, gilL A veiy fine copy. ($15)

2855. Price, Martin. Coins And The Bible. (London, 1975). 37 pp. wilh photographs. Paper covers. Fine copy. ($10) 2856. [Price, Martin J. - General editor]. Royal Numismatic Society. Coins Hoards. Volume I-Vn. (London, 1975-1985). Pages range from 124 to 456 pp. with photos throughout text, 8vo. Blue casebound. A fine set ($ 100) 2857. Rawlings, G.B. Ancient, Medieval, Modern Coins and How to Know Them. (Chicago, 1966). 360 pp., 36plates. Red casebound wilh dust jacket. A fine copy ($15) 2858. Raymond, Wayte. Coins of the World. Twentieth Century Issues. (New York, 1938 first edition). 229 pages, illustrated throughout. Hardbound. Veiy good copy. ($12) 2859. Raymond, Wayte. The Silver and Minor Coins of North and South America, Exclusive of the United States. (New York). Originally published in five parts. Blue casebound, gilt, small 8vo. A fine copy. ($ 15) 2860. Reed, Mort. Odd and Curious - A Compendium of Facts Relating To The Currency of the World Which Clearly Show That Money Offers More Than Mere Purchasing Power. (Duist, New Yoik, 1979). 127 pp., illustrated, small 8vo. Brown leatherette. A compendium of a series that was originally printed in 'Coin World'. Very fine copy, comers bumped. ($8) 2861. RevueSuissede Numismatique. Volume 66-68. (Bern, 1987-1989). 239, 355,160 pages respectively, each fully plated, 8vo. Each volume contains numerous articles on Greek, Roman and foreign numismatics. Printed card covers. Very fine copies. ($45) 2862. Richards, Lewis A. (Editor). Ancient Greek Literature In Translation An Anthology. Volume I. (Chicago, 1966). (6), 242 pp., 8vo. Maroon casebound. Very fine copy. Ex libris. ($15)

2848. Mitchiner, Michael. A Lot of four offprints from the "Numismatic Chronide." Includes: A Nineteenth-Century Hoard of European Jettons and Coins, 1982; The Churns of Banavasi and Their Coinage, 1983; Rome: Imperial Portrait Tesserae and Imperial Tax Tokens From Egypt 1984; and Contemporary Forgeries of English Silver Coins :Henry HI to William ΙΠ, 1985. All with printed paper covers. Fine copies. ($15)

2863. Robins, Gay (Editor). Beyond the Pyramids. Egyptian Regional Art from the Museo Egizio, Turin. (Atlanta, Emoiy University Museum, 1991). 95 pages, 54 items cataloged, illustrated throughout. Glossy card covets. A veryfinecopy. ($20)

2849. Nordisk Numismatisk Ârsskrift (Scandinavian Numismatic Journal). Lot of nine volumes; 1963,65,67-70,72,75-78.1963-1970printed card covers, 19721978 yellow casebound, all 8vo. Nice fine copies. ($ 100)

2864. Schlumberger, Hans. European Gold Coins Guide Book. (Krause Publications, 1975). 491 pages, illustrated throughout Red casebound, gilt, with dust cover (torn). A very fine copy. ($20)

2850. Pinkerton, John. An Essay On Medals or, An Introduction To The Knowledge Of Ancient and Modern Coins and Medals; Especially Those of Greece, Rome, and Britain. (London, 1789 edition). Volume L20x 13 cm., 302pp., 3 woodcut plates. Front cover separated, back cover nearly so, spine leather heavily frayed. Internally fine. Ex Libris, T.E. Mionnet ($75)

2865.

2851. Plenderleith, H J. The Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art; Treatment, Repair and Restoration. (London, 1956). xv, 373 pages, 55 plates. Brown cloth. Binding a little weak, but not bad. A very good copy. Scarce and OP. ($65) 2852. Porada, Edith, Editor. Ancient Art in Seals, Essays by Pierre Amiet, Minet Ozgûç, and John Boardman. (Princeton, 1980). xix, 131 pages, illustrated throughout Hardbound with dust cover. A nice fine copy. ($20)

Another copy as above. A very fine copy.

($20)

2866. Schlumberger, Hans. Goldmünzen Europas Seit 1800. (Munich, Battenberg Verlag, 1973 revised edition). 472 pp., (8), illustrated wilh prices, 8vo. White cloth, gilt. A fine copy. ($20) 2867. Schlumberger, Hans. Goldmünzen Europas Seit 1800. (Munich, Battenbeig Vertag, 1971 revised edition). 472 pp., (8), illustrated wilh prices, 8vo. Whitecloth, gilt Cover dirty and stained. A veiy good copy. ($10) 2868. Seaby. Lot of older editions of"- Coins and Their Values." Includes: Greek Coins and Their Values, 1966 edition; Roman Coins and Their Values, 1974 edition; and Byzantine Coins and Their Values, 1974 edition. All very good copies. ($25)

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2869. Spink & Son, Ltd. Lot of 33 issues of The Numismatic Circular from December 1955 to April 1981. Not complete. Very good tofinecopies. ($30) 2870. Spink & Son, Ltd. Lot of 10 issues of The Numismatic Circular from February 1991 - December 1991. Printed paper covers. Very fine copies. ($10) 2871. Sullivan, Edmund. Collecting Political Americana. (New York, 1980). 248 pages, illustrated throughout Haid cover with dust jacket. Afinecopy. ($20) 2872. The Celator. September 1990 - July 1993, complete. A complete ran of The Celator in the magazine format 35 issues in all The premier monthly maga($50) zine dealing strictly with andent coins and histoiy. Important 2873. The Numismatic Chronicle. Annual Journal of the British Royal Numismatic Soaety. 14 Volumes; 1978 to 1991. Around a dozen artides in each volume, mostly on andents. 257 to 506 pages and 16 to 47 plates per vdume. Hardbound. All are nice veiy fine copies. ($300) 2874. The Numismatic Chronicle. Annual Journal of the British Royal Numismatic Society. 4 Volumes; 1967,1980,1981, and 1983. Around a dozen artides in each volume, mostly on andents. 300 to 500 pages and 25 to 45 plates per volume. Hardbound. All are out of print. All are fine copies. ($50) 2875. The Numismatic Chronicle. Annual Journal of the British Royal Numismatic Society. 1979. iv, 282, xxviii, (16), 34 plates, small 4to. Red casebound. 15 article with 6 on andents. Out of print Fine copy. ($30) 2876. The Numismatic Chronicle. Annual Journal of the British Royal Numismatic Society. Volume 149. (London, 1989). 283, xxxviii pages, 44 plates, 8vo. 16 articles and notes induding Houghton's "The Royal Sdeudd Mint of Soli " Red casebound. A veiy fine copy. ($35) 2877. The Numismatic Chronicle. Annual Journal of the British Royal Numismatic Society. Volume 151. (London, 1991). 293, xxxvi pages, 45 plates, 8vo. 18 articles and notes induding Kent's, "The Coinage of Arcadius." Red casebound. A very fine copy. ($35) 2878. The Numismatist. Ancient and Medieval Coins: Selections from The Numismatist (Racine, 1960). 318 pages, photos and illustrations throughout text This is a reprint volume of 48 articles from The Numismatist including many definitive woiks such as CoL James W. Curtis' "Coinage of Domitius Domitianus." Blue casebound. Fine copy. ($20) 2879.

Another copy as above. A very good copy.

($15)

2881. The Sodety for Andent Numismatics. Lot of four issues of Journal of the SAN. Includes issues XVHI, 1-4. All nice fine copies. ($8) 2882. Von Bergen, William. The Rare Coin Encyclopedia. (Boston, 1901). 130 pages, illustrated, 16mo. Covers andent, world and U.S. coins. A very good copy. ($15) 2883. Wdter, Gerhard. The Cleaning and Preservation of Coins and Medals. (New York, 1980 reprint of Hannover, 1965 original), x, 118 pages, small 8vo. Brown leatherette, gilt. Very fine copy. ($15) Another copy as above. Veiy fine copy.

2887. Large lot of small books and pamphlets relating to ancient coins. Includes: Klawans, An Outline of Ancient Greek Coins; Miller, Classical Greek and Roman Coins, The Investor's Handbook; Newell, Royal Greek Portrait Coins; 10 different Numismatic Chronicle off-prints; 7 other titles. All very good or better. ($50) 2888. Lot of 13 pamphlets on miscellaneous subjects. Subjects include; scales, Roman coins, Nigerian coins, Maldive Islands money among others. All very good or better copies. ($10) 2889. Lot of five titles on general numismatics and buying coins. Includes: Numismatic, by Grierson, 1975; Classical Greek and Roman Coins, The Investor's Handbook, by Miller, 1982: The Coin Collectors Survival Manual, by Travers, 1988; Classical Numismatics and Common Sense, by Van Meter, 1990; and The Coinage Guide to Collecting and Investing in Coins, by Wolenik, 1989. Allfineor bettercopies. A good lot forthe beginning numismatist. ($40) 2890. Lot of five pamphlets and small books. Includes: Ancient Greek Portrait Coins, by Carradice; Ancient History Atlas, by Grant; Coins of Ancient Athens, by Kraay; Some Cypriote Alexanders, by Newell; and A Numismatic Bestiary, by Owl Ltd. All fine copies. ($15) 2891. Lot offiveoffprints from the "Numismatic Chronide." Includes: "The Early Western Satraps and The Date of Periplus," David MacDowall, 1964; "The Dynasty of the Later Indo-Parthians," David MacDowall, 1965; "Indo-Bactrian Problem," A.D.H. Bivar, 1965; "The Shahis of Kabul and Gandhara," David MacDowall, 1968; and "The Umayyad Govenors of Ai-Iraq and The Changing Annulet Patterns on Their Dirhams," Deshazo and Bates, 1974. All very good copies. ($10) 2892. Lot of six pamphlets relating to numismatics. Includes: The Paduans, Medals by Giovanni Cavino; Andent Kings of Israel and Their Coins; Coins of the Jewish Roman Wars; Facing Heads on Ancient Greek Coins; Andent Persian Numismatics- Elymais; and Standard Ptolemaic Silver. All fine copies. ($15) 2893. Lot of miscellaneous titles. Indudes among others: Bulfinch's Mythology, The Last Days of Pompeii; Coins as Living History, 7 issues of ANS Numismatic Literature. 17 items total, all fine or better. ($20)

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2880. The Sodety for Andent Numismatics. Lot of ten issues of Journal of the SAN. Includes issues XV, 4; XVL 1 -4; XVII, 1 -3; and XVHI, 3. Lot also ineludes the first issue of Roman Coins and Culture. All copies veiy good. ($15)

2884.

2886. Yalouris, Nicholas, Manolis Andronikos, Katerina Rhomiopoulou, Ariel Herrmann and Cornelius Veimeule. The Search for Alexander - An Exhibition. (USA, 1980). 192 pp., 173 items cataloged and photographed (many in color), large octavo. Printed card covers. A nice fine copy. ($20)

($15)

2885. Wilberg, Max. Regenten-Tabellen. (Frankfurt, 1906 original), vii, (1), 336 pp., 4to. Green, heavy boards. Split at page 168, a few handwritten notes. A veiy good copy. ($50)

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2894. Alexander the Great Lot of three titles on Alexander the Great Lot indudes : Alexander and the Hellenistic Wodd (1970), by C Bradford Welles; Alexander the Great (1970), by Peter Green; and Alexanderthe Great (1933), by Arthur WdgalL All very good copies. ($40) 2895. Amott, Peter D. An Introduction to the Greek World. (St. Martin's Press, New York, 1967). xii, 238 pp., 16 plates, 12mo. Brown casebound with dust cover. Fine copy. Ex Libris. ($ 10) 2896. Barrett, Anthony. Caligula, The Corruption of Power. (Yale University Press, 1989). xxvi, 334 pages, 8 plates, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A nice fine copy. ($25) 2897. Beard, Maiy and Michael Crawford. Rome in the Late Republic. (Ithaca, New York, 1985). 106 pages, 12mo. Hard cover with dust jackeL Afinecopy. ($10) 2898. Berciu, Dumitiu. Daco-Romania. (Geneva, 1978). Translated from French to English by James Hogarth. 192 pages, 65 color illustrations, 73 black and white, 8vo. Gray casebound with dust cover (dirty). Afinecopy. ($10)


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2899. Berve, Helmut Das Alexanderreich Auf Prosopographischer Grundlage. (New Yoik, 1973reprintof 1896 original), xvi, 446pages, 8vo. Text in German. Hardbound. A fine copy. ($15)

2917. Grant, Michael. Atlas of Ancient History, 1700 BC to 565 AD. (New York, 1971 Durst edition). Cartography by Arthur Banks. 87 different maps, index of place names, 8vo. Card covers. A very fine copy. ($12)

2900. Boardman, John. The Parthenon And Its Sculptures. (University of Texas Press, Austin, 1985). 256 pages, illustrations throughout text many in color; 4to. Photography by David Finn. Brown cloth, gilt and with dust cover. Veiy fine copy. ($40)

2918.

2901. Bosworth, Clifford Edmund. Islamic Surveys 5.The Islamic Dynasties, A Chronological and Genealogical Handbook. (Edinburgh, 1967). 245 pages, 12mo. Hardbound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($ 10) 2902. Ceram, C.W. The Secret of the Hittites. The Discovery of an Ancient Empire. (New Yoik, 1956). xxi, 281, χ pages, 48 plates, large 12mo. Hardbound with dust cover. A veiy good copy. ($10) 2903. Chadwick, John. The Mycenaean World. (Cambridge University Press, 1976). xvii, 201 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Haidbound with dust cover. A very good copy. ($10) 2904. Chessington Ordnance Survey. Map of Roman Britain. (Chessington, 1956). 43 pages, color map (approx. 31 inches χ 42 inches). Card covers slightly chipped, map veiy fine. ($15) 2905. Crawford, MichaeL The Roman Republic. (Humanities Press, 1978). 224 pages, 8 plates, small 8vo. Hard cover with dust jackeL Afinecopy. ($10) 2906. De Wit, Augusta. Java, Facts and Fancies. (1912). 321 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Hardbound. Inscribed. A good copy. ($5) 2907. Ellis, Peter Berresfotd. Caesar's Invasion of Britain. (New York, 1980). 144 pages, heavily illustrated throughout, 8 vo. Haidbound with dust cover. ($15) 2908. Elhs, Peter Berresfoid. The Celtic Empire. The First Millennium of Celtic History, 1000 B.C - 51 A.D. (Duiham, N.C., 1990). 246 pages, 8 color, 8 B&W plates, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A very fine ccpy. ($25) 2909. Finley, M.L Early Greece, The Bronze and Archaic Ages. (London, 1981). xiii, 149 pages, 12mo. Haidbound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($ 10) 2910. Finley, MX The Ancient Economy. (Berkeley, 1985). 262 pages, large 12 mo. Card covers. A fine copy. ($10) 2911. Fitmiaurice, RM. British Banks and Banking, A Pictorial History. (D. Bradford Barton Ltd., 1975). 96 pages, illustrated throughout. Hard cover with dust jackeL A veiy good copy. ($15) 2912. Fraser, Antonia, Editor. The Lives of the Kings and Queens of England. (New Yoik, 1975). 360 pages, heavily illustrated throughout, 8vo. Casebound with dust cover. Afinecopy. ($20)

Anothercopy as above. Afinecopy.

($10)

2919. Grant, MichaeL The Founders of the Western World. (Sctibners, 1991). 352 pages, tables, maps, index, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($30) 2920. Grant, MchaeL The Jews in the Ancient World. (Dorset Press, 1984). xi. ($15) 347 pages, 8 vo. Hardbound with dust jacket A nice fine copy. 2921. Grant MchaeL The Rise of the Greeks. (New York, 1987).xv,391 pages, illustrated. Hardbound with dust cover. A nice fine copy. ($20) 2922. Grant MchaeL The Rise of die Greeks. (New Yoik, 1987).xv,391 pages, illustrated. Printed, glossy card coveis. As new copy. ($10) 2923. Grant, MichaeL The World of Rome. (Cleveland, OH, 1960). xxi, 321 pages, 64 pages of plates, 8vo. Red cloth with dust cover. A very good copy. ($15) 2924. Graves, Robert. The Greek Myths. (New Yoik, 1988 edition). 412pages, 12mo. Hardbound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($15) 2925. Green, Peter. Alexander of Macedon 356-323 B.C. A Historical Biography. (Beikeley, 1991). xxxvii, 617 pages, 12mo. Tan cloth with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($30) 2926. Green, Peter. The Parthenon. A History of Ancient Greece. (New Yoik, 1973). 172 pages, illustrated throughout (some in color), large 8vo. Brown cloth with dust cover. A fine copy. ($25) 2927. Grimai, Pierre (Editor). Larousse World Mythology. (New York, 1965). 560 pp., illustrated, large 8vo. Blue cloth. Spine faded. A very good copy. ($40) 2928. Grimai, Piene (Editor). Larousse World Mythology. (New York, 1989 edition of 1965, Great Britain edition). 560 pp., illustrated, laige 8vo. Blue casebound with dust cover. Dust cover smudged but otherwise a very fine copy. ($50) 2929. Hampe, Roland and Erika Simon. The Birth of Greek Art: From the Mycenaean to the Archaic Period. (Oxford University Press, 1981). 316 pp., illustrations throughout. Green cloth with dust cover. A nice fine copy. ($50) 2930. Heichelheim, Fritz M. and Cedric A. Yeo. A History of the Roman People. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1962). xv, 480 pages, illustrated throughout 8vo. Hardbound. Small tear at top of spine, otherwise a fine copy. ($15) 2931.

Another copy as above. Edges of pages yellowed. A very good copy. ($15)

2913. Gibbon, Edwaid. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. (Philadelphia, undated edition (appears to be eaily 1900's)). In five volumes. Over 3200 pages, 12mo. Red haidbound, top edge güL Covers show some wear, internally fine. ($35)

2932. Herrn, Gerhard. The Celts. (New York, 1975). 312 pages, 16 plates, 12mo. Hardbound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($25)

2914. Gibbon, Edward. Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Abridged and Illustrated. (New York, 1988 reprint of 1979 original). 256 pages, wonderfully illustrated throughout (mostly in color), laige 4to. Red casebound with dust jacket. A fine copy. ($45)

2934. Hinks, RP. Greek and Roman Portrait Sculpture. (London, 1976). 93 pages, illustrated throughout 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($15)

2915.

Another copy as above. Afinecopy.

2933.

Another copy as above. A vety fine copy.

($25)

2935. Holme, Noiman and E L Kirby. Medal Rolls: 23rd Foot - Royal Welch Fusiliers, Napoleonic Period. (London, 1978). 206 pages, 12mo. Blue casebound. Cover a bit diity, otherwise a fine copy. ($20)

($45)

2916. Goodall, George, Editor. Muir's Atlas of Ancient, Medieval and Modern History. (London and Liverpool, 1947). 67 pages, 96 full color maps, laige 8vo. Blue cloth. Binding a little loose. A veiy good copy. ($10) 1 7 0


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2936. Lane-Poole, Stanley. The Mohammadan Dynasties, Chronological and Genealogical Tables with Historical Introductions. (Beirut, 1966). xxviii, 361 pages, 12mo. Hardbound. A fine copy. ($25) 2937. Majumdar, R.C., H.C. Raychaudhuri and Kalikinkar Datta. An Advanced History of India. (London, 1946). 1081 pages, illustrated, map, large 12mo. Hardbound. Comer rubbed, a few pages colored on by a child with a crayon, internally fine. ($20) 2938. Mano-Zissi, Djordje and James Wiseman (editors). Studies in the Antiquities of Stobi. (Beograd, 1973). xx, 268 pages, illustrated throughout 17 artides covering the excavations at Stobi, including one by Michael Crawford on a hoard of Republican denarii. Blue casebound, gilt. A fine copy. ($20) 2939. Mommsen, Theodor. The Provinces of the Roman Empire. The European Provinces. (Chicago, 1968). xxxi, 363 pages, 12mo. Hardbound with dust cover. Afinecopy. ($20) 2940. Moore, Frank Gardner. The Roman's World. (New York, 1936). xiii, 502 pages, illustrated. Hardbound. Front hinge broken, spine cloth nearly separated, light foxing. A very good copy. ($ 15) 2941. Myers, Bernards. Art and Civilization. (New York, 1967). 423 pages.illustrated throughout, large 8vo. Hardbound. Water stained throughout at top of spine. A good copy. ($15) 2942. National Geographie Sodety. Greece and Rome, Builders of Our World. (National Geographic Sodety, 1969). 448 pages, illustrated throughout, 1 map. Hardbound. Water stain on cover. A very good copy. ($15) 2943. Norwich, John Julius. Byzantium, The Early Centuries. (New York, 1989). 407 pages, 8vo. Tan cloth, gilt, wilh dust cover. A nice fine copy. ($25) 2944. Peddle, John. Invasion, The Roman Conquest of Britain. (New York, 1987). xvi, 214 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($15)

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2953. Staik, Freya. Alexander's Path, A TVavel Memoir. (Woodstock, 1988). 283 pages, hardbound with dust cover. A very fine copy. ($15) 2954. Time/Life Books. Lot of three titles relating to ancient history. Includes: The Persians (1975); Classical Greece (1965); and Imperial Rome (1975). Each is hardbound and fully illustrated. Very good copies. ($30) 2955. Time/Life Books. Lot of two titles relating to ancient history. Includes: Classical Greece (1965); and Imperial Rome (1975). Each is hardbound and fully illustrated. Very good copies. ($25) 2956. Time/Life Books. Great Ages of Man. Classical Greece. (New York, 1965). 192 pages, illustrated throughout, 8vo. Hard cover. Comers bumped. A very good copy. ($15) 2957. Toynbee, JM.C The Roman Art TVeasures from the Temple of Mithras. (London, 1986). London and Middlesex Archaeological Society, Special Paper #7. 69 pages, illustrated. Glossy card covers. A very fine copy. ($15) 2958. Trevelyan, G.M. History of England. (Garden City, NJ, 1953). In two volumes. 360 and 320 pages, both small 12mo. Card covers. Very good copies. ($8) 2959. Tripathi, Rama Shankar. History of Ancient India. (Dehli, 1967 third edition), xxix, 605 pages, large 12mo. Hardbound with dust cover. A very good copy. ($10) 2960. Webster, Graham. The Roman Imperial Army. (London, 1981). xv, 343 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. A fine copy. ($25) 2961. Wells, H.G. The Outline of History, The Whole Story of Man. (Garden City, NY, 1949 reprint of 1920 original). In two volumes, xviii, 1288 pages, line drawings. Hardbound wilh dust covers. Very good copies. ($20) 2962. Wheeler, Sir Mortimer. Early India and Pakistan. (London, 1959). 190 pages, illustrated throughout, 12mo. Hardbound with dust cover. A very good copy. ExLibris. ($15)

2945. Perowne, Stewart. The Later Herods, The Political Background of the New Testament. (New York and Nashville, 1958). 216 pages, illustrated, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. Lightly foxed, a very good copy. ($10)

2963. Wolfram, Herwig. A History of the Goths. (Berkeley, 1988). xii, 613 pages, 7 maps, 8vo. Hardbound wilh dust cover. A very fine copy. ($40)

2946. Richard, Jean-Claude Pseudo-Aurélius Victor, Les Origenes du Peuple Romain. (Paris, 1983). 187 pages, 12mo. Text in French. Hardbound. A fine copy. ($10)

2964. Xenophon. The Persian Expedition. (Translated by Rex Warner). (Baltimore, 1965 reprint erf 1949 original). 309 pages, 12mo. Hardbound with dust jacket. A very fine copy. ($20)

2947. Roseveare, Henry. The Treasury, The Evolution of a British Institution. (Columbia University Press, New York, 1969). 406 pp., index, narrow 8vo. Brown casebound with dust cover (torn). Fine copy. ($25)

2965. Zupko, Ronald Edward. French Weights and Measures Before the Revolution, A Dictionary of Provincial and Local Units. (Indiana University Press, 1978). 208 pages, 8vo. Blue cloth. A fine copy. ($20)

2948. Rothery, Guy Cadogan. Concise Encyclopedia of Heraldry. (London, 1985). xix, 359 pages, illustrated. Red leatherette with dust cover. A fine copy. ($25)

2966. Lot of ten titles relating to Roman history. Lot includes: Roman Civilization, Sourcebook Π; Nero, The End of a Dynasty; When Jerusalem Burned; Mark Antony; Herculaneum; The Coming of Rome; Cleopatra; Seutonius' The Twelve Caesars, An Illustrated Edition; The Greek and Roman World; and The Greek Way, The Roman Way. All copies very good or better. ($65)

2949. Rutgers University Press. The World History of the Jewish People. (Rutgers, 1972 and 1975). Volumes 6 and 7. The Hellenistic Age, and The Herodian Period. Both hardbound with dust covers. Front hinge of \folume 7 broken, otherwise both arefinecopies. ($50) 2950. Schoder, Raymond V., S J. Masterpieces of Greek Art (Greenwich, Connecticut). (8), 192pp, 96 color illustrations, 8vo. Blue-green cloth, sunned. A nice fine copy. ($40) 2951. Seager, Robin. Pompey, A Political Biography. (Berkeley, 1979). 209 pages, 8vo. Hardbound with dust cover. Afinecopy. ($10) 2952. Sellman, R.R. Roman Britain. (New York, 1963 reprint of 1956 original). 68 pages. Hard cover with dust cover (torn). Fine copy. ($10)

2967. Lot of eight books relating to Greek history. Lot includes: The Search for Alexander, Cyprus BC; Early Greece, The Bronze and Archaic Ages; Ancient Bronzes from Luristan; Macedonian Greece; The Greeks, Their Legacy; The Greek Point of View; and The Greeks. All books very good or better. ($50) 2968. Lot of five titles relating to Roman history. Includes: Caesar, The Battle for Gaul, A New Illustrated Translation (1980); Fowler, Social Life at Rome (1913); Graves, I Claudius (1965 edition); Wacher, Britain Before the Conquest, The Coming of Rome (1979); and Tacitus, Annals VoL 1, The Oxford Translation (1854). All very good or better copies except Tacitus which has a broken spine and is missing half of the spine cloth. ($30)

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2969. Lot of four titles on Greek history. Lot includes: The Warring States of Greece, from Their Rise to the Roman Conquest (1968), by A.R.Bum; Greeks (1958), by Michael Grant; The Life of Greece (1939), by Will Durant; and The Hellenism of the Ancient Macedonians (1965), by A.R Dascalakis. All veiy good copies. ($35) 2970. Lot of three titles on Republican history. Includes: Cowell, Cicero and the Roman Republic (1948); Perowne, The Death of the Roman Republic, From 146 BC. to the Birth ci the Roman Empire (1968); and Kaplan, Catiline, The Man and His Role in the Roman Revolution (1968). All hardbound, veiy good or better copies. ($25) 2971. Lot of two titles. Includes: Cicero: Murder Trials. (New York, 1986). Translated by Michael Grant. 348 pages, 16 maps, 12 mo. And The Civil War. (New York, 1985). Translated by Jane Gardner. 360 pages, 7maps, 12 mo. Matching quarter cloth with gray boards and dust cover. Fine copies. ($20) 2972. Lot of two titles. Includes: Weigall, The Life and Times of Marc Antony (1931); and Ludwig, Cleopatra (1937). Both hardbound with dust covers. Very good copies. ($20) 2973. Lot of two titles on London history. Includes: London Worthies, by William Kent, 1949; and Inns and Taverns of Old London, by Henry C. Shelley, 1909. First a very good copy, second a good copy. ($15) 2974. Lot of two titles on Indian history. Includes: The Oxford History of India, by Vincent A Smith, 1967; and Albenmi's India, by Edward C. Sachau, 1964. First a veiy good copy, second a good copy. ($20)

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