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Auction DatePrice Realized
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 169
Cilicia, Anazarbos Æ23. Tarkondimotos I Philantonios, King of Upper (Eastern) Cilicia, circa 39-31 BC. Diademed head right / BAΣIΛEΩΣ TAPKONΔIMOTOY ΦIΛANTΩNIOY, Zeus Nikephoros seated left. Wright, New 1; SNG BN 1913-6. 7.24g, 23mm, 12h. Near Extremely Fine. From the collection of K.M., Germany. Tarkondimotos I was a Roman client king of Cilicia, who at first supported Pompey in the civil war against Julius Caesar, but after Pompey's defeat and death was pardoned by Caesar and confirmed in ...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 362
ASIA MINOR, Uncertain. Octavian(?). Circa 30 BC(?). Æ (27mm, 19.99 g, 12h). Bare head right / Fiscus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; Q below. RPC I 5409; FITA p. 13. Near VF, dark green patina, minor roughness. This issue has previously been attributed to a Macedonian mint with the portrait identified either as Brutus (Friedlander), Caesar (Grant), or to the governor of of Syria, Gaius Sosius (in the trade). RPC presents a case for a Cilician or Syrian origin, supported by find data, with a sug...
17 Jan 201890 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 363
ASIA MINOR, Uncertain. Octavian(?). Circa 30 BC(?). Æ (19.5mm, 6.87 g, 12h). Bare head right / Fiscus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; [Q] below. RPC I 5410; FITA p. 13. Near VF, dark green and red-brown surfaces, pits on obverse, some smoothing and cleaning marks. Scarce. This issue has previously been attributed to a Macedonian mint with the portrait identified either as Brutus (Friedlander), Caesar (Grant), or to the governor of of Syria, Gaius Sosius (in the trade). RPC presents a case for a...
17 Jan 2018Unsold 
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 512
ASIA MINOR. Uncertain. Assarion (Bronze, 22 mm, 7.16 g, 1 h), 1st century BC. Bare male head to right. Rev. Fiscus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; below, Q. RPC I 5409. An unusually attractive example with a splendid dark patina. Nearly extremely fine. This issue has been attributed to Brutus, Octavian and Gaius Sosius in the past. It may well, however, be of a somewhat earlier date. Starting Price: 75 CHF...
3 Dec 2017700 CHF
Numismatik Naumann (formerly Gitbud & Naumann) - Auction 59, Lot 208
ASIA MINOR. Uncertain. Gaius Sosius(?) (Governor, 38-34 BC). Ae. Obv: Bare head right. Rev: Q. Hasta, sella quaestoria and fiscus. RPC I 5409. Condition: Good fine. Weight: 8.01 g. Diameter: 19 mm. Estimate: 50 EUR...
5 Nov 201740 EUR
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 40, Lot 316
Gaius Sosius(?) Æ29 of uncertain mint, Asia Minor. Quaestor, struck circa 39 BC. Bare head right / Ficus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; Q below. RPC I 5409. 17.87g, 26mm, 1h. Good Very Fine. 4003.40.36 Estimate: 150 GBP...
28 Oct 2017Unsold 
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung - Online Auction 251, Lot 4610
RÖMISCHE PROVINZIALPRÄGUNGEN INCERT Gaius Sosius(?) Gaius Sosius(?) (21.15g). Circa 39 v. Chr. Vs.: Barer Kopf n. r. Rs: Geldkasse (fiscus), Sella quaestoria, hasta. Darunter Q. Provenienz: Ex Numismatik Naumann, Auktion 49, 8. Januar 2017, Nr. 375. Gaius Sosius war einer der hervorragendsten Generäle des Marc Anton. 39 v. Chr. bekleidete er das Quästorenamt, 38 v. Chr. war er Gouverneur von Syrien. Dabei unterstützte er Herodes im Kampf gegen Antigonos, eroberte Arados und Jerusalem. Bei ...
15 Oct 2017Unsold 
Numismatik Naumann (formerly Gitbud & Naumann) - Auction 58, Lot 251
ASIA MINOR. Uncertain. Gaius Sosius? Ae (Quaestor, circa 39 BC). Obv: Bare head right. Rev: Hasta, sella quaestoria and fiscus; Q below. RPC I 5409. Condition: Near very fine. Weight: 20.14 g. Diameter: 26 mm. Estimate: 50 EUR...
1 Oct 201795 EUR
Numismatik Naumann (formerly Gitbud & Naumann) - Auction 57, Lot 387
ASIA MINOR. Uncertain. Gaius Sosius? Ae (Quaestor, circa 39 BC). Obv: Bare head right. Rev: Hasta, sella quaestoria and fiscus; Q below. RPC I 5409. Condition: Fine. Weight: 17.16 g. Diameter: 26 mm. Estimate: 100 EUR...
3 Sep 201780 EUR
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 403, Lot 390
CILICIA, Uncertain. Octavian(?). Circa 30 BC(?). Æ (28mm, 19.68 g, 12h). Bare head right / Fiscus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; Q below. RPC I 5409; FITA p. 13. VF, green patina. This issue has been attributed to a Macedonian mint with the identification of the portrait as Brutus (Friedlander) or Caesar (Grant), or to the governor of of Syria, Gaius Sosius. RPC presents a case for a Cilician or Syrian origin, supported by find data, with a suggestion that the portrait is Octavian. Issues of s...
9 Aug 2017180 USD
Agora Auctions - Numismatic Auction 53, Lot 89
Asia Minor, Uncertain mint. Gaius Sosius(?). Quaestor, circa 39 B.C. AE 27 (26.6 mm, 20.69 g, 12 h). Bare head right / Fiscus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; Q below. RPC 5409; AMNG 29. Fair, sandy patina. A budget example of a rare coin. This coin has also been attributed to Augustus due to the lack of obverse legend. Sosius was governor of Syria in 38 B.C. and lead the attacks and capture of Arados and Jerusalem in 37 B.C. He later commanded one wing of Antony's naval forces. Estimate:...
5 Apr 2016Unsold 
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