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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 54
SICILY, Gela. Circa 420-405 BC. Æ Tetras or Trionkion (18.5mm, 4.86 g, 7h). Bull standing left; olive leaf and ΓEΛAΣ above, ••• (mark of value) in exergue / Horned head of Gelas right; barley grain to left. Jenkins, Gela, Group VIII-IX, 513.1 = BMC 67 (same dies); CNS 32; HGC 2, 379. EF, dark green patina with traces of brown. Fine style, and exceptional for issue. From the MM Collection. Ex collection of the MoneyMuseum, Zurich (Triton XVIII, 6 January 2015), lot 351; Münzen und Medaillen AG...
1 Mar 20171,500 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 68
SICILY, Selinos. Circa 415/2-409 BC. Æ Hexas or Hemilitron (16mm, 3.74 g, 11h). Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin / Quiver and bow. CNS 11; HGC 2, 1238. VF, brown surfaces, ragged edge, die break on obverse, off center on reverse. Ex Numismatica Classica SA FPL 2 (ND [1979]), no. 226. Estimate: 100 USD...
1 Mar 2017Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 81
SKYTHIA, Geto-Dacians. Koson. Mid 1st century BC. AR Drachm (19mm, 4.33 g, 1h). Roman consul accompanied by two lictors advancing left; monogram to left / Eagle standing left on scepter, holding wreath. W. Fischer-Bossert, "ΚΟΣΩΝ ΔΡΟΥΕΙΣ" in H. Schwarzer and H.-H. Nieswandt, eds., Man kann es sich nicht prächtig genug vorstellen! Festschrift für Dieter Salzmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Scriptorium, 2016), Type B. VF, lightly toned, double struck on obverse. Estimate: 300 USD...
1 Mar 2017450 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 102
THRACO-MACEDONIAN TRIBES, Mygdones or Krestones. Circa 485-470 BC. AR Diobol (12mm, 1.02 g). Goat kneeling right, head left; pellet-in-annulet above, pellet to right / Quadripartite incuse square. Lorber, Goats, Issue 15; HGC 3.1, 368 ('Aigai' - this coin illustrated). EF, toned. From the MM Collection. Ex Nomos 11 (9 October 2015), lot 55. Estimate: 150 USD...
1 Mar 2017600 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 110
MACEDON, Philippi (as Thasian Epeiros [Krenides]). Circa 360/59-356 BC. Æ (11.5mm, 0.88 g, 12h). Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin / Tripod. Bellinger, Philippi –; Le Rider, Thasiennes 30; HGC 3.1, 627. Fine, dark green patina. Rare, only one in CoinArchives. From the estate of Thomas Bentley Cederlind. Krenides was a small colony of Thasos established on the plain of Philippoi, circa 360/59 BC (Diodoros, XVI 3.7). In 357 BC, these colonists appealed to Philip II of Macedon for aid a...
1 Mar 2017200 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 117
KINGS of MACEDON. Antigonos I Monophthalmos. As Strategos of Asia, 320-306/5 BC, or king, 306/5-301 BC. AR Tetradrachm (25.5mm, 17.10 g, 12h). Tarsos mint. Struck circa 316-301 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin / Zeus Aëtophoros seated left; below throne, I above strut, monogram below. Price 3796 (Karrhai). Good VF, toned, minor deposits. Well centered. From the Collection of a Director. Estimate: 300 USD...
1 Mar 2017340 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 120
KINGS of PAEONIA. Patraos. Circa 335-315 BC. AR Tetradrachm (24.5mm, 11.93 g, 9h). Astibos or Damastion mint. Laureate head of Apollo right / Warrior on horse rearing right, spearing enemy who defends with shield and spear; monogram to lower left. Cf. Paeonian Hoard 168/169 (same obv./rev. dies); HGC 3.1, 148. VF, lightly toned, area of weak strike, off center on obverse. From the W. H. Guertin Collection. Estimate: 200 USD...
1 Mar 2017130 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 130
THESSALY, Krannon. Circa 350-300 BC. Æ Dichalkon (17mm, 4.61 g, 3h). Laureate head of Poseidon (or Zeus) right / [KP]A-N-[...], Thessalian warrior on horse rearing right. Cf. BCD Thessaly I 1081.2; cf. BCD Thessaly II 117.9; HGC 4, 384. Good VF, dark green patina. From the BCD Collection. Estimate: 75 USD...
1 Mar 201765 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 145
THESSALY, Perrhaiboi. Circa 450-400 BC. AR Trihemiobol (13mm, 1.30 g, 4h). Olosson or Phalanna mint. Struck circa 430-400 BC. Thessalian warrior, holding two spears, on horse trotting left; altar below / Π[Ε]-Ρ (retrograde), Athena seated left on chair, holding helmet; all within incuse square. BCD Thessaly I 1241 (ethnic); BCD Thessaly II 547 var. (same); HGC 4, 144. VF, toned, minor porosity. From the BCD Collection. Estimate: 100 USD...
1 Mar 201760 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 147
THESSALY, Perrhaiboi. Late 2nd-early 1st centuries BC. Æ Trichalkon (18mm, 6.20 g, 12h). Olosson or Phalanna mint. Struck circa 196-146 BC. Laureate head of Zeus right / ΠΕΡΡΑΙ-ΒΩΝ, Hera seated right on throne, holding scepter; to inner right, ΣΩ downward. Rogers 441 var. (ΣΩTI); BCD Thessaly I 1247 var. (no ΣΩ); BCD Thessaly II 562.2; HGC 4, 157. Near EF, dark green patina. From the BCD Collection. Estimate: 75 USD...
1 Mar 2017201 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 156
THESSALY, Trikka. Circa 440-400 BC. AR Triohemiobol (11mm, 0.71 g, 5h). Horse prancing right / Τ-Ρ[I]-Κ-ΚΑ, Mantho (or the nymph Trikke) standing right, holding and opening box; all within incuse square. BCD Thessaly I –; BCD Thessaly II 772; HGC 4, 316. VF, toned, some porosity. Rare. From the BCD Collection. Estimate: 100 USD...
1 Mar 2017Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 204
ACHAIA, Patrai. Circa 45-40 BC. Æ Hexachalkon or Hemiobol (21mm, 8.01 g, 4h). Metrodoros, son of Menekles, magistrate. Bearded head of Herakles right, wearing tainia / Athena advancing right, holding shield and spear; civic monogram to left; to right, owl standing right. BCD Peloponnesos 509–12; HGC 5, 59. Near VF, green patina. From the J. Cohen Collection. Ex BCD Collection (Classical Numismatic Group Electronic Auction 305, 26 June 2013), lot 110; Glendining's (24 September 1975), lot 390 ...
1 Mar 2017Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 275
IONIA, Phokaia. Circa 521-478 BC. AR Hemihekte (8.5mm, 1.33 g). Female head left, wearing helmet or close fitting cap / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG Kayhan 522; SNG Copenhagen (Cyprus, etc.) 389–94. VF, some porosity. Estimate: 100 USD...
1 Mar 2017115 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 291
CARIA, Uncertain ('Mint B'). Circa 450 BC. AR Quarter Stater or Hemidrachm (12.5mm, 2.84 g, 9h). Nude, winged male figure advancing left / Lion standing left; uncertain Carian symbol above; all within incuse circle. Cf. Konuk, Coin, M33–6 (staters); SNG Copenhagen –; SNG Ashmolean 329. Near VF, toned, some roughness. Rare. Estimate: 150 USD...
1 Mar 201790 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 341
PERSIA, Achaemenid Empire. temp. Darios I to Xerxes I. Circa 505-480 BC. AR Siglos (12mm, 5.28 g). Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Persian king or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, quiver over shoulder, in kneeling-running stance right, drawing bow / Incuse punch. Carradice Type II (pl. XI, 12); Meadows, Administration 320; BMC Arabia pl. XXVII, 23. Near VF, banker's mark on obverse. Estimate: 100 USD...
1 Mar 2017180 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 342
PERSIA, Achaemenid Empire. temp. Darios I to Xerxes II. Circa 485-420 BC. AV Daric (15mm, 8.30 g). Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Persian king or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, quiver over shoulder, in kneeling-running stance right, holding spear in right hand, bow in left / Incuse punch. Carradice Type IIIb, Group A/B (pl. XIII, 27); Meadows, Administration 321; BMC Arabia pl. XXIV, 26. Good VF. Well centered. Estimate: 1500 USD...
1 Mar 20172,100 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 343
PERSIA, Achaemenid Empire. temp. Darios I to Xerxes II. Circa 485-420 BC. AV Daric (12.5mm, 8.32 g). Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Persian king or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, quiver over shoulder, in kneeling-running stance right, holding spear in right hand, bow in left / Incuse punch. Carradice Type IIIb, Group A/B (pl. XIII, 27); Meadows, Administration 321; BMC Arabia pl. XXIV, 26. VF. Estimate: 1000 USD...
1 Mar 20171,300 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 344
PERSIA, Achaemenid Empire. temp. Darios I to Xerxes II. Circa 485-420 BC. AR Siglos (15mm, 5.45 g). Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Persian king or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, quiver over shoulder, in kneeling-running stance right, holding spear and bow / Incuse punch. Carradice Type IIIb, Group A/B (pl. XII, 17); Meadows, Administration 322; BMC Arabia pl. XXIV, 17. VF, toned, bankers' marks. From the estate of Thomas Bentley Cederlind. Estimate: 100 USD...
1 Mar 2017140 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 345
PERSIA, Achaemenid Empire. temp. Xerxes II to Artaxerxes II. Circa 420-375 BC. AV Daric (14.5mm, 8.31 g). Lydo-Milesian standard. Sardes mint. Persian king or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, quiver over shoulder, in kneeling-running stance right, holding spear in right hand, bow in left / Incuse punch. Carradice Type IIIb C (pl. XIV, 42); cf. Meadows, Administration 323; BMC Arabia pl. XXV, 12. VF. Estimate: 1000 USD...
1 Mar 20171,600 USD
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 358
SASANIAN KINGS. Kavād (Kavādh) I. Second reign, AD 499-531. Æ Pashiz (19.5mm, 1.10 g, 3h). ST (Istahkr) mint. Dated RY [2, 3, or 4]8. Bust right, wearing mural crown with frontal crescent, two ribbons, and korymbos set on crescent, ribbons and crescents on shoulders; stars flanking head; star-in-crescents in margin / Fire altar with ribbons; flanked by two attendants, star and crescent flanking flames. SNS type Id/1c; CNG E-385, lot 343 (same dies). VF, brown surfaces, struck on an irregular f...
1 Mar 201790 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 366
MACEDON, Philippi. Pseudo-autonomous issue. temp. Claudius or Nero, circa AD 41-68. Æ (14mm, 1.78 g, 12h). Contemporary imitation. Crude Victory standing/advancing right / Three crude signa. Cf. RPC I 1651 (for prototype); cf. SNG ANS 674 (time of Augustus; same). Near VF, green patina. Estimate: 100 USD...
1 Mar 201760 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 387
LACONIA, Gythium. Plautilla. Augusta, AD 202-205. Æ Assarion (23mm, 4.36 g, 10h). Draped bust right / Uncertain female figure (Demeter?) standing right, holding scepter or torch, and grain ears over altar. Cf. BCD 975 (for obv; same die); BCD Peloponnesos II –; NCP –; BMC –. Fine, thick earthen green patina. A previously unknown type for Plautilla from Gythium. From the J. Cohen Collection. Ex Solidus Online-Auction 6 (19 July 2015), lot 185. A note from the collector: This collection of Pe...
1 Mar 2017280 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 413
SYRIA, Seleucis and Pieria. Antioch. temp. M. Terentius Varro or M. Vipsanius Agrippa. Imperial Legate, 25-23 BC or 23-13 BC. AR Tetradrachm (26mm, 15.04 g, 12h). Posthumous Philip I Philadelphos type. Dated year 27 of the Caesarian Era (23/2 BC). Diademed head right / Jupiter seated left on throne, holding crowning Victory; monograms to inner left and below throne; EK (date) in exergue / Jupiter enthroned left, holding crowning Victory; (AVT) above pellet to inner left and uncertain monogram...
1 Mar 201770 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 427
JUDAEA, Roman Administration. Diva Poppaea and Diva Claudia. Died 65 CE and 63 CE. Æ (19mm, 5.49 g, 12h). Caesarea Panias (Judaea) mint. Struck under Gessius Florus or Marcus Antonius Julianus, circa AD 65-68. Statue of Diva Poppaea seated left within distyle temple set on high podium / Statue of Diva Claudia standing left on basis within hexastyle belvedere set on high podium. RPC I 4846; Hendin 1270. Near VF, brown surfaces, spots of green deposits. From the Collection of a Director. Ex Num...
1 Mar 2017110 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 431
EGYPT, Alexandria. Claudius. AD 41-54. Æ Obol (20mm, 3.96 g, 12h). Dated RY 10 or 11 (AD 49/50 or 50/51). Laureate head right / Clasped hands; [date below]. Cf. Köln 93-4 or 101 (Dichalkon); cf. RPC 5176 or 5183; cf. Dattari (Savio) 146 or 147; cf. K&G 12.65 or 12.72; Emmett 90.10 or 11. VF, dark brown patina with tan highlights. Only struck in RY 10 and 11, the date on this example is not clearly visible. Choice for issue otherwise. Estimate: 150 USD...
1 Mar 201790 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 461
Cn. Blasio Cn.f. 112-111 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.85 g, 12h). Rome mint. Helmeted male head right (of Mars, Scipio Africanus, or Blasio?); star behind / Jupiter standing slightly left between Juno and Minerva, the latter crowning Jupiter with wreath; crescent between Jupiter and Minerva. Crawford 296/1e; Sydenham 561a; Cornelia 19. VF, toned. From the Collection of a Director. Estimate: 150 USD...
1 Mar 2017160 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 465
Q. Lutatius Cerco. 109-108 BC. AR Denarius (17mm, 3.93 g, 3h). Rome mint. Helmeted head of Roma (or Mars) right / Galley right with head of Roma on prow; all within oak wreath. Crawford 305/1; Sydenham 559; Lutatia 2. VF, toned. From the Collection of a Director. Estimate: 150 USD...
1 Mar 2017120 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 501
The Republicans. Cn. Domitius L.f. Ahenobarbus. 41-40 BC. AR Denarius (18.5mm, 3.54 g, 8h). Uncertain mint in the region of the Adriatic or Ionian Sea. Bare head right / Prow right, surmounted by a military trophy. Crawford 519/2; CRI 339; Sydenham 1177; Domitia 21. Fine, toned, banker's mark and scratch on obverse. From the Collection of a Director. Reportedly ex Kunst und Münzen 13 (5 December 1974), lot 322. Estimate: 500 USD...
1 Mar 2017900 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 509
Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AR Denarius (17mm, 3.51 g, 6h). Spanish mint (Colonia Caesaraugusta?). Struck circa 19-18 BC. Head right, wearing oak wreath / S P Q R above and below shield inscribed CL•V; laurel branches flanking. RIC I 36a; ACIP 4037; RSC 51. VF, toned, flan crack, some roughness, traces of lacquer on reverse. From the estate of Thomas Bentley Cederlind. In the Res Gestae, Augustus records that the Senate, in giving him the title Augustus, also decreed that the doorposts of his hou...
1 Mar 2017140 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 522
Vitellius. AD 69. AR Denarius (18mm, 2.72 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck circa late April-20 December. Laureate head right / Libertas standing facing, head right, holding pileus and vindicta. RIC I 105; RSC 47. Near VF, toned, some minor roughness. From the Collection of a Director. Purchased from Schweizerische Kreditanstalt, Zürich. According to A Dictionary of Ancient Roman Coins by John Melville Jones, "Libertas", the vindicta, which Libertas carries, was "the rod with which a slave was touch...
1 Mar 2017220 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 591
Gallienus. AD 253-268. Antoninianus (21mm, 3.15 g, 12h). Siscia mint. 4th emission, AD 267-268. Radiate head right / [P] M TR P XVI COS [VII or P P], Gallienus standing left, holding globe and scepter; P in lower left field. RIC V 550; MIR 36, 1456b or 1457b; RSC 851. Good VF, brown patina with traces of silvering. From the estate of Thomas Bentley Cederlind. Estimate: 75 USD...
1 Mar 201750 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 392, Lot 613
Fausta. Augusta, AD 324-326. Æ Follis (19mm, 3.03 g, 6h). Siscia mint, 4th officina. Struck AD 326. Draped bust right, wearing pearled necklace / Empress or Salus standing facing, head left, cradling two infants in her arms; •∆SIS•. RIC VII 205; LRBC 730. Near EF, brown patina, traces of silvering. From the Collection of a Director. Purchased from Schweizerische Kreditanstalt, Zürich. Estimate: 100 USD...
1 Mar 2017110 USD
Marti Hervera / Soler & Llach - Auction 1094, Lot 6
Estátera. Mediados del Siglo I a.C. KOSÓN. REYES DE TRACIA. Anv.: KOS¶N. Tres figuras togadas avanzando a izquierda, la primera y la última portan líctor, delante LBR en monograma. Rev.: Águila en pie a izquierda sobre cetro, llevando corona en la garra derecha y con las alas abiertas. 8,57 grs. AU. Pátina de monetario antiguo. Ex colección Carreras-Candi (1862-1937). Esta pieza demuestra que la teoría del Dr. Oberlander y algunos arqueólogos rUmanos, reclamando estas piezas como procedentes d...
20 Dec 2016750 EUR
Marti Hervera / Soler & Llach - Auction 1094, Lot 2281
Dupondio. ÉPOCA DE TIBERIO. COLONIA RÓMULA. Anv.: PERM. DIVI. AVG. COL. ROM. Cabeza radiada de Augusto a derecha, delante fulmen. Rev.: (IV)LIA AVGVSTA GENETRIX OR(BIS). Cabeza de Libia, debajo globo, encima creciente. 24,49 grs. AE. AB-2014. MBC-. Starting Price: 45 EUR...
20 Dec 2016Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 9
Britannia, the Durotriges AR Quarter Stater. 58 BC - AD 43. 'Three men on a boat' design; pellet rosette to left / Zigzag thunderbolt and line of pellets across field; various motifs including rodent-like object, one or more double rings, and one or more 'clamshell' motifs to each side. VA 1260; BMC 2748-70; ABC 2214. 0.82g, 14mm. Very Fine. From the estate of an English numismatist. Estimate: 50 GBP...
23 Mar 201740 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 23
Campania, Neapolis AR Stater. Circa 275-250 BC. Head of nymph left; behind, heron or stork standing right / Man-headed bull standing right, Nike above flying to right and placing wreath on bull's head; IΣ below, NEOΠOΛITΩN in exergue. Sambon 507; HN Italy 586. 7.32g, 20mm, 7h. Good Very Fine. Estimate: 500 GBP...
23 Mar 2017440 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 25
Campania, Suessa Aurunca AR Didrachm. Circa 265-240 BC. Head of Apollo right, wearing laurel wreath, hair long and flowing; bow behind / Dioskouros, wearing a pilos and holding a palm-branch tied with a fillet, riding to left with a second horse beside him; SVESANO in exergue. SNG ANS 594-7 var.; Sambon -; SNG France -; HN Italy 447. 7.12g, 23mm, 7h. Extremely Fine. One of the finest known coins of Suessa, and struck from an obverse die that is superior in both style and technical accomplishm...
23 Mar 201711,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 28
Lucania, Metapontion AR Stater. Circa 510 BC. Ear of barley with eight grains, META downwards to left, grasshopper to right; raised and braided dotted border around / Incuse ear of barley, dolphin upwards to left in linear relief. Noe 104; HN Italy 1472. 8.05g, 27mm, 12h. Fleur De Coin. Extremely Rare. An issue of great fascination, and the finest known example of the type. Perfectly preserved, a magnificent paragon of the incuse coinage of Metapontion. From the Louvière Collection, Belgium,...
23 Mar 201742,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 29
Lucania, Metapontion AR Stater. Circa 340-330 BC. Head of Athena Tharragoras right, wearing Corinthian helmet; Σ behind / Ear of barley with stalk and leaf to right upon which, trophy; Π below, META to left. Johnston A 7.13 (obverse) – A 7.15 (reverse); HN Italy 1567. 7.85g, 22mm, 6h. Extremely Fine. Very Rare (only one example recorded by Johnston), particularly so in this condition, and an apparently unrecorded die coupling. Ex Dr. Roland Maly Collection, LHS 100, 23 April 2007, lot 115. ...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 69
Sicily, Panormos (as Ziz) AR Tetradrachm. Circa 405-380 BC. Charioteer, holding kentron in left hand, reins in both, driving fast quadriga right; Nike flying left above, crowning charioteer with wreath she holds with both hands; hippocamp swimming to right in exergue, Punic ṢYṢ before / Head of nymph left, wearing ampyx, triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace; three dolphins around. Jenkins, Punic 30 (O7/R26); SNG ANS 538 (same obv. die); SNG Lloyd 1583 (same dies); Rizzo pl. LXIV, 27. 17.1...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 71
Sicily, Siculo-Punic AR Tetradrachm. Circa 310-300 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress / Horse's head left, palm tree with date clusters behind; 'MHSBM' (Paymaster, or Quaestor) in Punic script below. Dewing 983; Jenkins, Punic 394. 16.92g, 24mm, 11h. Extremely Fine. Ex Roma Numismatics II, 2 October 2011, lot 48; Ex Goldberg 59, 30 May 2010, lot 2056. Estimate: 2000 GBP...
23 Mar 20171,800 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 75
Sicily, Himera AR Chalkidian Drachm. Circa 520-482 BC. Cockerel standing left / Mill sail pattern incuse design. SNG Lockett 779; Kraay, The archaic Coinage of Himera, 103 (D74/R61). 5.46g, 20mm. Extremely Fine. Beautifully toned and superb for the type. Very Rare. Ex Roma Numismatics III, 31 March 2012, lot 48. The Chalkidian colony of Himera, one of the first cities to begin coining in Sicily, followed the monetary standard of its mother city Chalkis, in Euboia. There the basic denominati...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 80
Sicily, Katane AR Tetradrachm. Circa 465-450 BC. The river god Amenanos as a bearded, man-headed bull swimming to right; above, a nude horse-tailed Silenos kneeling to right on left knee, stretching left hand over the god's head; Ketos to right in exergue / Nike, wearing long chiton, advancing left, holding taenia in her outstretched right hand; KATANAION around. Rizzo pl. IX, 14 (these dies); Giesecke, Sicilia pl. 4, 1 (these dies); Mirone 31 no. 19 (these dies). 16.89g, 29mm, 12h. Extremely...
23 Mar 201716,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 84
Sicily, Naxos AR Drachm. Circa 460-430 BC. Bearded head of Dionysos right, wearing tainia decorated with an ivy branch / Nude and bearded Silenos squatting half-left, holding kantharos in right hand and resting his left hand on his knee, tail behind; NAXION around; all within shallow concave circular incuse. Cahn 56 (V41/R47); HGC 2, 990; SNG Lloyd 1152; BMC 9; Jameson 676; de Luynes 1064; Pozzi 507 (all from the same dies). 4.29g, 19mm, 6h. Extremely Fine. Very pleasant old cabinet tone, wit...
23 Mar 201714,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 97
Sicily, Syracuse AV Dekadrachm - 50 Litrai. Agathokles, circa 317-311 BC. Laureate head of Apollo left / Charioteer driving fast biga right; triskeles below, ΣYPAKOΣIΩN around. Bérend, 'De l'or d'Agothocle' in Studies Price, pl. 9, 1; BAR issue 1; SNG ANS 552. 4.29g, 15mm, 10h. Traces of lustre, well centred, Near Extremely Fine. Estimate: 5000 GBP...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 103
Sicily, Syracuse AR 4 Litrai. Gelon II, son of Hieron II, circa 218/7-216 BC. Diademed head of Gelon to left / ΣΥΡΑΚΟΣIOI ΓΕΛΩΝΟΣ, eagle with closed wings standing to right on a thunderbolt; E to left; BA to right. ANS 898-9; SNG Lloyd 1550; SNG München 1363; Weber 1704 (all same dies). 3.18g, 16mm, 5h. Extremely Fine, flaw on obv. Rare. Polybios records of Gelon that he 'made it his highest object in life to obey his father and not to consider wealth or royal power or anything else as more ...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 106
Sicily, Syracuse AR 8 Litrai. Fifth Democracy, circa 214-212 BC. Signed by the engraver Ly(sid...). Head of Demeter to left, wearing wreath of grain leaves, triple pendant earring and pearl necklace; behind, owl standing left / Nike, holding goad in her right hand and reins in her left, driving quadriga galloping to right; above, monogram of ΑΡΚ; on ground line, in tiny letters, ΛΥ; [ΣΥΡΑΚΟΣΙΩΝ in exergue]. Burnett D 53 = De Luynes 1395; Jameson 894 (this obverse die). 6.76g, 21mm, 12h. Extre...
23 Mar 20174,200 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 117
Lokris, Lokris Opuntii AR Stater. Circa 360-50 BC. Head of Persephone left, wearing grain wreath, triple-pendant earring, and necklace / Ajax advancing right over two spears, nude but for crested Corinthian helmet, holding short sword and shield adorned with palmette and griffin; star below, ΟΠΟΝΤΙΩΝ to left. Gulbenkian 491 (this reverse die); BCD 58 (this reverse die); cf. Dewing 1477; BMC 27. 12.29g, 24mm, 3h. Extremely Fine. Beautifully toned. From the Ambrose Collection; Ex Numismatica ...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 127
Attica, Athens AR Dekadrachm. Circa 469/5-460 BC. Head of Athena right, wearing single-pendant earring, necklace, and crested Attic helmet decorated with three olive leaves over the visor and a spiral palmette on the bowl / Owl standing facing with wings spread; olive sprig and crescent to upper left, AΘE around; all within incuse square. Fischer-Bossert 11 (O7/R11); Starr 59a; Seltman 450a, pl. 21 (A305/P385); Svoronos pl.8, 13; Vinchon 14 April 1984, Comtesse de Béhague 123 = Rhousopoulos 19...
23 Mar 201790,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 148
Macedon, Akanthos AR Tetradrachm. Circa 470-430 BC. Lion right, attacking bull crouching left; in exergue, fish left / AKANΘION in shallow incuse around quadripartite square, the quarters raised and granulated. Cf. Desneux 96 (unlisted obv. die); SNG ANS -. 17.43g, 30mm, 9h. Good Extremely Fine. Sharply struck and perfectly centred within a full border. The ubiquitous and persistent theme of the lion-bull combat can be traced back to the figurate art of the third millennium, where the geome...
23 Mar 201721,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 169
Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III 'the Great' AR Tetradrachm. Uncertain mint in Greece or Macedon, circa 310-275 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress / Zeus Aëtophoros seated left, holding sceptre; aphlaston in left field, ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ to right. Price 861 and pl. XLI, 861a (same obv. die); SNG München -; SNG Alpha Bank -. 17.07g, 27mm, 1h. Extremely Fine. Attractive old cabinet tone. Very Rare. From the Angelo S. Collection; Ex Peus 380, 3 November 2004, lot 427. Estimate:...
23 Mar 20172,800 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 172
Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III 'the Great' AR Tetradrachm. Civic issue of Kaunos, circa 300-280 BC. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin headdress / Zeus Aëtophoros seated left, drapery about legs and waist, holding sceptre; double headed axe before, ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ behind. Price 2074; Müller 1128. For the reattribution to Kaunos, see R.H.J. Ashton, "Kaunos, not Miletos or Mylasa," NC 2004, pp. 33–46. 17.05g, 29mm, 12h. Extremely Fine. Attractive iridescent tone. From the Ambrose Collect...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 187
Kingdom of Macedon, Alexander III 'the Great' AV Stater. Susa, circa 325-320 BC. Head of Athena right, wearing pendant earring, necklace and crested Corinthian helmet decorated with eagle / Nike standing to left, holding wreath in right hand and cradling stylis with left, monograms below left and right wings; ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡOΥ to right. Price 3826A; SNG Berry 184. 8.59g, 19mm, 4h. Mint State. Exceedingly Rare. The gold staters in the name of Alexander struck at Susa are today comparatively rare, ...
23 Mar 20179,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 194
Kingdom of Macedon, Philip V AR Tetradrachm. In the name and types of Alexander III. Pella, circa 180 BC. Head of Herakles to right, wearing lion skin headdress / Zeus Aëtophoros seated left, holding sceptre; club in left field, AΛEΞANΔPOY before, B below throne. Price 636; Müller -; Roma e30, 91. 16.67g, 30mm, 12h. Good Very Fine. Good style. Extremely Rare; one of only two examples on CoinArchives. This coin is part of the final issue of 'Alexanders' in Macedonia, as outlined by Seyrig (H...
23 Mar 20171,900 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 197
Thraco-Macedonian Tribes, Siris AR Trihemiobol or 1/8 Stater. Circa 525-480 BC. Satyr crouching right, two pellets flanking / Quadripartite incuse square divided diagonally. Smith Group 7; Svoronos pl. 8, 11; SNG ANS 971-3 (all catalogued as Lete). 1.15g, 11mm. Good Extremely Fine. Very Rare in such excellent condition. Estimate: 1000 GBP...
23 Mar 20171,600 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 210
Crete, Phaistos AR Stater. Mid 4th century BC. Herakles standing in fighting attitude to right, wearing Nemean lion skin, seizing with his left hand one of the heads of the Lernean Hydra, and with his right hand preparing to strike with club; bow and bowcase in left field / Bull standing to left. Svoronos 66, pl. XXIV, 23 (these dies); Le Rider pl. XXIII, 11 (same dies); BMFA Suppl. 125 (same dies). 11.60g, 26mm, 1h. Extremely Fine. Extremely Rare, only two examples recorded by Le Rider. Fr...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 212
Crete, Polyrhenion AR Stater. 4th century BC. Magistrate Charisthe. Laureate head of Zeus to right / Head of sacrificial bull facing, with pendant fillets hanging from horns; ΧΑΡΙΣΘΕ above, ΠΟΛΥΡΗΝΙΟΝ around. Svoronos (1972) 6, pl. XXV, 29 (same dies); Le Rider (1966) pl. XXXIII, 19 (same dies). 11.43g, 25mm, 1h. Extremely Fine. Extremely Rare, and among the finest known examples. From a private American Collection. Polyrhenion was one the oldest Dorian settlements of Crete, whose etymolog...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 231
Ionia, Ephesos AV Stater. Circa 133-88 BC. Draped bust of Artemis to right, wearing stephane, necklace of pearls and with her bow and quiver over her shoulder / Cult statue of the Artemis of Ephesos facing, a fillet hanging from each hand, deer to inner left, bee to inner right; Ε-Φ across fields. B.V. Head, 'On the chronological sequence of the coins of Ephesus', Num. Chron. 1880, p. 69, 2, and plate 5, 3 = Berlin, SM 219. 8.51g, 20mm, 12h. Very Fine. Extremely Rare, possibly only the second...
23 Mar 201722,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 237
Ionia, Phokaia EL Hekte. Circa 521-478 BC. Helmeted male head to left, with frontal eye and tendril ornament on bowl of helmet; below, seal swimming to left / Rough quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 30. 2.57g, 11mm. Near Extremely Fine. Very Rare. This militaristic type appears to depict an anonymous warrior or hero, the latter appearing more likely considering the ornamentation of the helmet he wears. His individual features being completely obscured, leaving only his eye and nose vis...
23 Mar 2017420 GBP
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 238
Ionia, Phokaia EL Hekte. Circa 521-478 BC. Female head left, wearing helmet or close fitting cap; seal to right / Quadripartite incuse square. Bodenstedt 31; BMC Ionia -; SNG Copenhagen -; SNG von Aulock 7943; SNG Kayhan 518. 2.57g, 11mm. Near Mint State. Very Rare, Bodenstedt cites only four specimens. Estimate: 3000 GBP...
23 Mar 20173,200 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 256
Mysia, Kyzikos EL Stater. Circa 550-500 BC. Head of youthful Perseus to left wearing winged cap; tunny fish downwards behind / Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 65; SNG France 193. 16.16g, 21mm. Extremely Fine. Extremely Rare, one of very few known examples. Ex Roma Numismatics VII, 22 March 2014, lot 639. Kyzikos, purportedly the first Milesian colony, was located on the southwest shore of the Propontis in ancient Mysia next to the river Aisepos. Its prosperity was due principally to...
23 Mar 201716,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 276
Mysia, Kyzikos EL Stater. Circa 500-450 BC. Female head left, wearing circular earring and necklace, hair bound in kekryphalos or sphendone; tunny fish to left below / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG France -; BMFA -; Hurter & Liewald -; apparently unpublished in the standard references, for type cf. Von Fritze 106 (hekte); CNG 93, 348. 16.12g, 22mm. Good Very Fine. Second known stater of this issue. Estimate: 4000 GBP...
23 Mar 20177,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 285
Mysia, Kyzikos EL Stater. Circa 500-450 BC. Facing gorgoneion with mouth open and tongue protruding, six serpents on top of head, another below each ear; below, tunny fish to left / Quadripartite incuse square. Von Fritze 129, pl. IV, 15; Boston 1445 = Warren 1492; cf. SNG von Aulock 7295 (hemihekte); SNG France -. 16.10g, 21mm. Good Very Fine. Extremely Rare. While the origin or inspiration for many of the types used at Kyzikos is obscure or uncertain, the apotropaic design used on this ty...
23 Mar 20173,200 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 295
Kingdom of Lydia, Alyattes EL Trite - 1/3 Stater. Sardes, circa 610 BC. Lion's head right with open jaws and protruding tongue, solar-disk above forehead, confronting open jaws of lion's head left; between the two, upwards Lydian legend ALYA; granular field / Two square punch-marks. For similar issues with Lydian legends cf. Weidauer groups XVII ('VALVEL') and XVIII ('..KALIL..'); ATEC pp. 215-216, groups a and b; Kraay ACGC p. 24, 63 (WELVES) or (WELVET). 4.71g, 13mm. Extremely Fine. Unpubli...
23 Mar 201756,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 296
Kingdom of Lydia, Alyattes EL Trite - 1/3 Stater. Sardes, circa 610-560 BC. Lion's head right with open jaws and protruding tongue, solar-disk above forehead, confronting open jaws of lion's head left; WALWET (in Lydian retrograde script) between / Two incuse square punches. Weidauer Group XVII; SNG von Aulock 8204. 4.72g, 13mm. Extremely Fine. Very Rare, particularly so with all six letters present. From a private German Collection. This issue was struck with an obverse die that featured t...
23 Mar 20178,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 318
Asia Minor (Karia?), uncertain mint EL Hekte. Circa 600-550 BC. Forepart of lion to right / Irregular incuse square. CNG 73,418; G&N 30, 93; otherwise unpublished 2.73g, 10mm. Good Extremely Fine. Apparently the third (and finest) known example. This coin is likely a product of a mint in Ionia or Karia. The style of the lion is similar to those found on the coins of Miletos, Knidos, and Lindos. Of these cities, however, only Miletos has known electrum coinage, but the design in the Miletos i...
23 Mar 20172,200 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 319
Karia, uncertain mint AR Trite. Circa 500 BC. Forepart of lion with open jaws standing left before sunburst; in front, forepart of boar with legs extended left / Irregular rough incuse markings. Cf. Roma Numismatics III, 287 (stater). 3.36g, 15mm. Unpublished and Unique. The ancient district of Karia in south-western Anatolia was one of the most thoroughly Hellenized areas in Asia Minor, with Greek cities along its Aegean coast; a mountainous interior surrounded by Ionia, Lydia, Phrygia and ...
23 Mar 20171,600 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 334
Karia, Knidos AR Tridrachm. Symmachy coinage, circa 405/4 BC. Herakliskos Drakonopnigon: the Infant Herakles, nude, crouching facing on rock, head left, strangling a serpent in each hand; ΣY[N] around / Head of Aphrodite right, prow below chin, KNIΔIΩN around; all within incuse square. Hecatomnus 1 (A1/P1); SNG Keckman 164 (same dies); SNG Copenhagen -. 11.42g, 22mm, 11h. Good Very Fine. Extremely Rare. At some point around the turn of the fifth to fourth century BC several major cities in...
23 Mar 20178,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 335
Karia, Knidos AR Tetradrachm. Circa 200 BC. Head of Apollo right, wearing laurel wreath / Artemis Hyakinthotrophos standing facing, head left, holding phiale in extended right hand, her left arm resting on the statue of an archaic deity with a sheathed body and wearing a polos; to lower left, forepart of stag standing left, upon which drips liquid from Artemis' phiale; KИIΔIOИ to right. G. Le Rider, "Un tétradrachme hellénistique de Cnide" in Essays Thompson, pp. 155–7 and pl. 18, 1 = BN inven...
23 Mar 201715,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 353
Dynasts of Lycia, Uncertain dynast or mint AR Hemiobol. Circa 4th century BC. Head right, wearing kausia (?) / Diademed head facing. Unpublished in the standard references. 0.31g, 8mm, 10h Very Fine. Metal flaw on obverse. Apparently unique and unpublished in the standard references. Estimate: 100 GBP...
23 Mar 201780 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 365
Lycia, Xanthos AR Obol. Helmeted head of Athena left / Helmeted head of Athena left. BMC 109; cf. Gitbud & Naumann Auction 11, 336 (hemiobol or tetartemorion); SNG von Aulock -. 0.60g, 10mm, 8h. Extremely Fine. Extremely Rare. Estimate: 200 GBP...
23 Mar 2017220 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 371
Cilicia, uncertain mint AR Stater. 5th century BC. Amazon(?) running right, bow in case on far hip, holding branch (?) over shoulder and axe (?) in right hand / Lion right, attacking bull, kneeling left; 'DRGL' or 'RRYL' (?) in Aramaic above; all in dotted square within incuse square. CNG 103, 344 (same dies); otherwise unpublished. 10.70g, 22mm, 3h. Good Very Fine. Extremely Rare - apparently the second and finest known example. Estimate: 500 GBP...
23 Mar 20172,800 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 393
Kingdom of Pontos, Mithradates VI Eupator AV Stater. Bithyno-Pontic year 223, intercalary month 13 = October 74 BC. Diademed head right / Stag grazing left; BAΣIΛEΩΣ above, MIΘPAΔATOY / EYΠATOPOΣ in two lines below; to left, star-in-crescent above ΓKΣ (year); two monograms to right, IΓ (month 13) in exergue; all within Dionysiac wreath of ivy and fruit. Unpublished in the standard references; Roma VII, 758 (this coin); CNG 96, 372 (same dies); cf. for date: Callataÿ 1997, tetradrachms D56-59. ...
23 Mar 201720,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 399
Cyprus, Kition AR Stater. Azbaal, circa 449-425 BC. Herakles in fighting stance to right, wearing lion skin upon his back and tied around neck, holding club overhead in right hand and bow extended before him in left hand; monogram or ankh to right / Lion attacking stag crouching right; L'Z'B'L (in Aramaic) above; all inside dotted border within incuse square. Zapiti & Michaelidou 5–6; Tziambazis 17; BMC 16–8. 10.94g, 24mm, 6h. Very Fine. Unusually complete for the issue. From the collection...
23 Mar 20172,600 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 400
Cyprus, Kition AR Stater. Azbaal, circa 449-425 BC. Herakles in fighting stance to right, wearing lion skin upon his back and tied around neck, holding club overhead in right hand and bow extended before him in left hand; monogram or ankh to right / Lion attacking stag crouching right; L'Z'B'L (in Aramaic) above; all inside dotted border within incuse square. Zapiti & Michaelidou 5–6; Tziambazis 17; BMC 16–8. 11.17g, 21mm, 3h. Very Fine. Well detailed obverse for type. From a private Canadi...
23 Mar 2017440 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 401
Cyprus, Kition AR Stater. Azbaal, circa 449-425 BC. Herakles in fighting stance to right, wearing lion skin upon his back and tied around neck, holding club overhead in right hand and bow extended before him in left hand; monogram or ankh to right / Lion attacking stag crouching right; L'Z'B'L (in Aramaic) above; all inside dotted border within incuse square. Zapiti & Michaelidou 5–6; Tziambazis 17; BMC 16–8. 11.05g, 26mm, 7h. Very Fine. From the estate of an English numismatist. Estimate:...
23 Mar 20171,600 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 402
Cyprus, Kition AR Stater. Azbaal, circa 449-425 BC. Herakles in fighting stance to right, wearing lion skin upon his back and tied around neck, holding club overhead in right hand and bow extended before him in left hand; monogram or ankh to right / Lion attacking stag crouching right; L'Z'B'L (in Aramaic) above; all inside dotted border within incuse square. Zapiti & Michaelidou 5–6; Tziambazis 17; BMC 16–8. 11.00g, 23mm, 4h. Very Fine. From the estate of an English numismatist. Estimate:...
23 Mar 2017420 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 407
Cyprus, Paphos AR Stater. Stasandros, circa 425 BC or later. Bull standing left; winged solar disk above, ankh to left, palmette ornament in exergue / Eagle standing left; one-handled vase to left, 'pa-si sa-ta-sa' in Cypriot script around; all within dotted square in incuse square. Destrooper-Georgiades 15; Tziambazis 7; Traité II 1291 = BMC 17; SNG Copenhagen 26; ACGC 1089. 11.15g, 22mm, 1h. Good Extremely Fine. Very Rare, and among the finest known examples. From the collection of an ant...
23 Mar 201710,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 408
Cyprus, Paphos AR Stater. Stasandros, circa 425 BC or later. Bull standing left; winged solar disk above, ankh to left, two-leafed shoot in exergue / Eagle standing left; one-handled vase to left, 'pa-si sa-ta-sa' in Cypriot script around; all within dotted square in incuse square. BMC pl. XXI, 11; Roma e32, 495 (corr., same dies). 11.17g, 22mm, 5h. Near Mint State; unobtrusive test cut. Very rare variety of a very rare type. From the collection of an antiquarian, Bavaria c. 1960s-1990s. E...
23 Mar 20172,400 GBP
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 411
Cyprus, Salamis AR Stater. Uncertain (Phoenician?) king, circa 450-430 BC. Ram recumbent to left, retrograde Cypriot script from top right to bottom left: 'pa-si-le-wo-se ma-xa-ko-sa'; all within dotted border / Ram's head to left, retrograde Cypriot script 'pa-si ku-ru-ko' above, ankh, astragalos and facing panther's head below; all within incuse circle. Unpublished in the standard references, for general type, fabric and style cf. K. McGregor, The Coinage of Salamis, Cyprus, from the Sixth t...
23 Mar 201711,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 412
Cyprus, Salamis AR Stater. Evagoras I, circa 411-374 BC. Head of bearded Herakles wearing lion skin headdress to right, Cypriot script before / Goat with long horns and beard lying to right on dotted ground line; combined Greek and Cypriot letters around; letter to right. BMC 55 var.; Boston 2144 var.; Tziambazis 113 var. 10.87g, 24mm, 12h. Extremely Fine. Remarkably well struck and preserved for this type. Very Rare. Ex Roma Numismatics V, 23 March 2013, lot 438. Coinage commenced in Cypru...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 416
Kyrenaika, Kyrene AV 1/10 Stater. Circa 435-331 BC. Head of female (Kyrene?) right / Head of Karneios left; [...]Δ(?) behind. Naville 12 var. (no letters on rev.); SNG Copenhagen -. 0.86g, 8mm, 8h. Very Fine, ding or metal flaw on obverse, scuff across reverse right field onto nose. Estimate: 400 GBP...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 428
Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, Cleopatra VII AR Tetradrachm. Askalon, Year 64 Era of Askalon = 41/40 BC. Diademed bust of Cleopatra right, wearing necklace, hair plaited in rows and tied at back in a chignon / [ΙΕΡΑΣ ΑΣΥΛΟΥ] ΑΣΚΑΛΩ[ΝΙΤΩΝ] Sacred and Inviolate of (the people of) Askalon", eagle standing to right, palm over left wing; monogram and dove to left, LΞΔ to right. Unpublished, but cf. Svoronos 1883 (year 52) and 1885 (year 55) = BMC Palestine 20, p.108; cf. Naville XVI, 1933, 1473 (year ...
23 Mar 201770,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 431
Achaemenid Kings of Persia AV Daric. Time of Darios I to Xerxes II, circa 485-420 BC. Persian Great King or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, in kneeling-running attitude on exergual line to right, holding apple-tipped spear and strung bow; quiver over shoulder / Rectangular incuse punch. Carradice Type IIIb A/B. 8.41g, 15mm. Fleur De Coin. The ancient Greeks themselves believed that the term 'dareikos' was derived from the name of Darius the Great, an assessment that many modern scholars a...
23 Mar 20173,100 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 432
Achaemenid Kings of Persia AV Daric. Time of Darios I to Xerxes II, circa 485-420 BC. Persian Great King or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, in kneeling-running attitude on exergual line to right, holding apple-tipped spear and strung bow; quiver over shoulder / Rectangular incuse punch. Carradice Type IIIb A/B (pl. XIII, 27); BMC pl. XXIV, 25. 8.32g, 16mm. Mint State. Estimate: 2500 GBP...
23 Mar 20172,600 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 433
Achaemenid Kings of Persia AV Daric. Time of Darios I to Xerxes II, circa 485-420 BC. Persian Great King or hero, wearing kidaris and kandys, in kneeling-running attitude on exergual line to right, holding apple-tipped spear and strung bow; quiver over shoulder / Rectangular incuse punch. Carradice Type IIIb A/B (pl. XIII, 27); BMC pl. XXIV, 25. 8.30g, 15mm. Mint State. Estimate: 2000 GBP...
23 Mar 20172,200 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 438
Seleukid Empire, Seleukos I Nikator AR Tetradrachm. Susa, circa 305-295 BC. Head of Seleukos I right, wearing helmet covered with panther skin and adorned with bull's ears and horns, panther skin tied around neck / Nike standing right, wearing peplos, crowning trophy of Macedonian arms set on sapling tree, from which branch sprouts near base; ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΣΕΛΕΥΚΟΥ around, monogram in lower middle field. SC 173.4; HGC 9, 20. 16.91g, 27mm, 4h. Near Extremely Fine. The trophy series of Seleukos wa...
23 Mar 2017Unsold 
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 440
Seleukid Empire, Antiochos IV Epiphanes AR Tetradrachm. Antioch, circa 168-164 BC. Laureate head of Zeus right, with the features of Antiochos / Zeus Nikephoros seated left, with Nike standing right crowning Zeus with laurel wreath; BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY to right, ΘEOY EΠIΦANOYΣ NIKHΦOPOY to left. SC 1398; Le Rider, Antioche, Series IIIA; Mørkholm Series III; SMA 63; SNG Spaer 1003; Houghton 106-107. 16.79g, 33mm, 12h. Good Very Fine. Very Rare. Struck to commemorate Antiochos' return to Antioch...
23 Mar 20173,200 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 441
Seleukid Empire, Antiochos IV Epiphanes AR Tetradrachm. Antioch, circa 166/5 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, his hair long, draping his shoulders / Apollo, wearing a long peplos, standing facing right, holding a patera and a kithara; BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY ΘEOY to right, EΠIΦANOYΣ NIKHΦOPOY to left. Houghton & Lorber, SC 1401; Newell, SMA 64; Houghton 110; Gulbenkian 1040. 16.79g, 33mm, 12h. Very Fine. Extremely Rare. Issued for the Panhellenic festival celebrated in the sanctuary of Apollo at...
23 Mar 20174,800 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 442
Seleukid Empire, Alexander I Balas AR Tetradrachm. Seleucia Pieria, year 166 = 147/6 BC. Laureate head of Zeus to right, with full beard and with his hair arranged in long curls of archaizing form / Thunderbolt, ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ, ϚΞΡ (year) and monogram above, ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ and two monograms below; all within elaborate laurel wreath with ties to right. CSE 409; Gulbenkian 1044; A. Houghton, "A Tetradrachm of Seleucia Pieria at the Getty Museum," J. Getty Museum Journal 10 (1982), A2/P4 and fig. F = SC 17...
23 Mar 201724,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 448
Seleukid Empire, Cleopatra Thea Eueteria AR Tetradrachm. Sole reign. Ake-Ptolemais, dated SE 126/125 BC. Diademed and veiled bust of Cleopatra Thea right, wearing stephane / BAΣIΛIΣΣHΣ KΛEOΠATΡAΣ ΘEAΣ EΥETHPIAΣ, double-cornucopiae tied with fillet, monogram to right, [date IΠP (= year 187) in exergue]. SC 2258.2; BMC 1 = LSM, NNM 84, 7; Houghton, CSE 803; Seyrig, Tresors II, 30.242; Spink 3014, 87 (same obverse die). 16.74g, 30mm, 12h. About Extremely Fine. Excessively Rare; the fifth known ...
23 Mar 201732,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 460
Kings of Persis, Vahbarz (Orbozos) AR Tetradrachm. Persepolis, circa 200-150 BC. Diademed head of Vahbarz to right, with luxuriant moustache and jutting beard; wearing kyrbasia or satrapal hat, with flap down to form a visor, and pendant earring / Fire Temple; to left, Vahbarz standing right in attitude of prayer; to right, standard. Alram 526; Boston MFA 2343; Sunrise 566 (this coin). 16.00g, 28mm, 2h. Near Mint State. Extremely Rare; probably the finest surviving example. Ex Sunrise Collec...
23 Mar 201710,000 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 471
Indo-Skythians, Azes AR Tetradrachm. Mint in central or northern Gandhara, circa 58-12 BC. King on horseback right, holding whip; Vi before, ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΝ ΜΕΓAΛΟΥ ΑZOΥ around / Zeus standing right, holding sceptre; monogram to left, Si to right. Senior 99.60T. 9.60g, 24mm, 10h. Good Extremely Fine. Excellent metal - a choice example. From the estate of an English numismatist. Estimate: 100 GBP...
23 Mar 2017190 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 474
Kushan Empire, Vasudeva II AV Dinar. Circa AD 290-310. Mint III (C). Vasudeva, nimbate, standing facing, head left, sacrificing over altar and holding trident; flame at shoulder; filleted trident to left, tamgha to right; symbol to left of filleted trident; annulet to left of Vasudeva's right leg; between legs, pellet above retrograde swastika; symbol to right of of Vasudeva's left leg; triple pellets below Vasudeva's left arm / Ithyphallic Siva standing facing, holding a garland or diadem in ...
23 Mar 20171,600 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 635
Q. Servilius Caepio (M. Junius) Brutus AR Denarius. Military mint travelling with Brutus and Cassius in Western Asia Minor or Northern Greece, 43-42 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right; COSTA LEG around / Trophy of arms; IMP BRVTVS around. Crawford 506/2; CRI 209; Sydenham 1296; RSC 4. 3.95g, 19mm, 12h. Extremely Fine. Attractive old tone. Ex Schweizerischer Bankverein 43, 15 September 1997, lot 263. Estimate: 1500 GBP...
23 Mar 20171,600 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 636
Q. Servilius Caepio (M. Junius) Brutus AR Denarius. Military mint travelling with Brutus and Cassius in Western Asia Minor or Northern Greece, 43-42 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right; COSTA LEG around / Trophy of arms; IMP BRVTVS around. Crawford 506/2; CRI 209; Sydenham 1296; RSC 4. 3.83g, 18mm, 12h. Good Very Fine; banker's mark. Estimate: 300 GBP...
23 Mar 2017320 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 637
Q. Servilius Caepio (M. Junius) Brutus AR Quinarius. Military mint travelling with Brutus and Cassius in western Asia Minor or northern Greece, spring - early summer 42 BC. Diademed head of Libertas right; LEIBERTAS before / Stem of prow and anchor in saltire. Crawford 506/3; CRI 210; King 79; RSC 5a. 1.95g, 13mm, 12h. Near Extremely Fine. Rare. Estimate: 500 GBP...
23 Mar 2017600 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 638
Q. Servilius Caepio (M. Junius) Brutus with P. Servilius Casca Longus AR Denarius. Military mint travelling with the army (western Asia Minor or northern Greece), summer - autumn 42 BC. CASCA LONGVS, laureate bust of Neptune right, trident below / BRVTVS IMP, Victory in long tunic walking to right, palm branch over left shoulder and breaking diadem with both hands, broken sceptre on ground. Crawford 507/2; CRI 212; RSC 3; Sydenham 1298; Kestner 3779; BMCRR East 63-65. 3.90g, 19mm, 12h. Near M...
23 Mar 20173,800 GBP
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 639
Q. Servilius Caepio (M. Junius) Brutus with P. Servilius Casca Longus AR Denarius. Military mint travelling with the army (western Asia Minor or northern Greece), summer - autumn 42 BC. CASCA LONGVS, laureate bust of Neptune right, trident below / BRVTVS IMP, Victory in long tunic walking to right, palm branch over left shoulder and breaking diadem with both hands, broken sceptre on ground. Crawford 507/2; CRI 212; RSC 3; Sydenham 1298; Kestner 3779; BMCRR East 63-65. 3.94g, 19mm, 12h. Good V...
23 Mar 20171,600 GBP
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XIII, Lot 642
Cn. Domitius L. f. Ahenobarbus AR Denarius. Uncertain mint along the Adriatic or Ionian Sea, 41-40 BC. Bare head of Ahenobarbus right, wearing short beard; AHENOBAR before / Prow right surmounted by a military trophy; CN•DOMITIVS•IMP below. Crawford 519/2; CRI 339; Sydenham 1177; Domitia 21; Kestner 801-802; BMCRR East 94-97. 3.90g, 19mm, 8h. Very Fine. Estimate: 1000 GBP...
23 Mar 20171,500 GBP
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