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Auction DatePrice Realized
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXII, Lot 254
IONIA, Uncertain. Circa 650-600 BC. EL Hekte – Sixth Stater (10.5mm, 2.39 g). Lydo-Milesian standard. Flattened striated surface, with unusual form: two sets of uniformly parallel lines, each perpendicularly bisected by a single line / Two incuse squares. Unpublished, but for similar pieces, cf. Berk BBS 186, lot 2 for a similar hekte, and cf. Heritage 3054, lot 32046 and Gorny & Mosch 199, lot 412 for similar myshemihektai. Good VF, as made. Extremely rare. Estimate: 2000 USD...
8 Jan 2019Upcoming
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Dmitry Markov Coins & Medals | M&M Numismatics Ltd | Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles | Sovereign Rarities Ltd - The New York Sale XLV, Lot 52
Ionia, Uncertain mint. Electrum Trite (4.67 g), ca. 625-600 BC. Lydo-Milesian standard. Geometric figure composed of a cross centered upon a polygon of eight sides. Reverse: Rectangular incuse divided horizontally and vertically into several compartments, containing four pellets. McFadden 1; Weidauer -; Elektron I 16; SNG Kayhan 697. Light deposits. Sharp strike. Extremely Fine. Estimate Value $1,000 - UP...
8 Jan 2019Upcoming
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Nomos AG - Auction 17, Lot 166
IONIA. Uncertain. Circa 650-600 BC. Trite (Electrum, 12 mm, 4.72 g), Lydo-Milesian standard. Globular surface with an uncertain pattern of dots. Rev. Oblong incuse divided into two squares. Boston MFA 1749. Pozzi 2350. Rosen 253. SNG von Aulock 7761. Traité I 3 . Rare. An important document in the history of coinage, one of the earliest coins of the western world. Tiny striking cracks and with surfaces as found, otherwise, as made. At this early period in the...
26 Oct 20184,000 CHF
Roma Numismatics Ltd - Auction XVI, Lot 250
Ionia, uncertain mint EL Stater. Circa 650-600 BC. Milesian standard. Striated type. Flattened, irregularly striated surface / Triple incuse punch, with narrow rectangular punch arranged vertically between two roughly square ones. Cf. Weidauer 5 (trite); Traité pl. I, 12 = BMC Ionia pg. 183, 1; for similar irregularly striated stater, cf. Triton VIII, 431. 14.29g, 21mm. Good Very Fine. Extremely Rare, one of very few known irregularly striated staters. From the collection of an antiquarian, ...
26 Sep 201826,000 GBP
Classical Numismatic Group - Auction 109, Lot 160
IONIA, Uncertain. Circa 600-550 BC. EL Trite – Third Stater (11mm, 4.66 g). Lydo-Milesian standard. Head of ram left / Two incuse squares. Weidauer –; Elektron –; Traité –; SNG Kayhan 1536 = ATEC 130 = Triton VI, lot 387 = Rosen 255 (same die and punches); cf. Linzalone LN 1137 = ATEC 131 (hemihekte). VF, slightly off center. Extremely rare, apparently the second known. Estimate: 1500 USD...
12 Sep 20181,500 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - Long Beach Signature Sale 3067, Lot 33139
Ancients IONIA. Uncertain mint. Ca. 6th century BC. EL 1/12 stater or hemihecte (7mm, 1.14 gm). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 4/5. Ca. 520 BC, Milesian standard. Figural type. Eagle standing left with head reverted / Quadripartite incuse square. Cf. SNG Aulock 7778. Rare. Apparently unique and unpublished in this denomination. HID02901242017 Estimate: 300-500 USD...
6 Sep 2018360 USD
Noble Numismatics Pty Ltd - Auction 118, Lot 1546
Lydia, uncertain king, (issued before 561 B.C. and probably c.575 B.C.), electrum trite or third stater, (4.69 g) of Lydian-Milesian (Phoenician standard), probably issued at Sardis, obv. head of roaring lion to right, knob with four rays on forehead, rev. double incuse punch, (S.3398, BMC 7 [p.2], Weidauer 66). Clear wart, good very fine and rare. Ex Alan Jordan Collection, Noble Numismatics Sale 103 (lot 3393) and previously from Sale 67 (lot 1582). The find of early electrum as a foundat...
31 Jul 20183,000 AUD
Noble Numismatics Pty Ltd - Auction 118, Lot 1547
Lydia, uncertain king, (issued before 561 B.C. and probably c.575 B.C.), electrum trite or third stater, (4.65 g) of Lydian-Milesian (Phoenician standard), probably issued at Sardis, obv. head of roaring lion to right, knob with three rays on forehead [off flan], rev. double incuse punch, (S.3398, BMC 7 [p.2], Weidauer [Essays to Robinson] Class XVI, Weber 5710, SNG Cop. 449-451, ACNAC Rosen 231, ACNAC Dewing 2421-3, Boston 1768). Good fine with several interesting countermarks and rare. Thi...
31 Jul 20181,400 AUD
Noble Numismatics Pty Ltd - Auction 118, Lot 1548
Lydia, uncertain king, (issued before 561 B.C. and probably c.575 B.C.), electrum hekte or sixth stater, (2.30 g) of Lydian-Milesian (Phoenician standard), probably issued at Sardis, obv. head of roaring lion to right, rev. double incuse punch, (S.3400, Boston Museum 1769, cf.BMC 16 [p.3], Weidauer Typos I Nos. 76-78, Bellinger [Essays to Robinson] Gordion Hoard No.1104, Class XVI, SNG Cop. 452, Linzalone 1089 [p.194], ACNAC Rosen -, ACNAC Dewing -). Nearly very fine/extremely fine and very ra...
31 Jul 2018850 AUD
Noble Numismatics Pty Ltd - Auction 118, Lot 1552
Ionia, uncertain, (c.600-550 B.C.), electrum twenty-fourth stater (0.70 g) of the Milesian standard, obv. head of lion right, in linear form, rev. incuse square punch, (cf.S.3465, Weidauer 122-3, Traite -, SNG Kayhan 708-10, Elektron I 30-2). Good very fine and rare. Ex D.Wakefield Collection. ($130-150)...
31 Jul 2018170 AUD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 425, Lot 180
IONIA, Uncertain. Circa 600-550 BC. EL Forty-eighth Stater (5mm, 0.28 g). Lydo-Milesian standard(?). Head of lion right / Quadripartite incuse square. Unpublished in the standard references. VF. The types here are fairly ubiquitous among early electrum coins, but the style of the obverse does not closely match the published examples, and well-formed quadripartite reverse as here is also unknown with a lion head obverse of this style. Weidauer 124–5 are similar, but the lion head is in schema...
25 Jul 2018575 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 423, Lot 175
IONIA, Uncertain. Circa 550-525 BC. EL Myshemihekte – Twenty-Fourth Stater (6mm, 0.58 g). Lydo-Milesian standard. Bridled head and wing of horse left / Incuse square with cruciform lines within. Fischer-Bossert, Horses P23 (dies 22/23); Weidauer 144; Karwiese, Artemision, Type XXXVI.4; Robinson, Coins 25 = Head, Coins 78; SNG Kayhan –; Linzalone 1132; Rosen 288. VF, toned, slight die wear. Estimate: 200 USD...
27 Jun 2018425 USD
VAuctions - Auction 328, Lot 56
Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III 'the Great'. 336-323 B.C. Æ (17 mm, 5.47 g, 6 h). Uncertain Macedonian mint, lifetime issue, ca. 332-323 B.C. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion's skin headdress / ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ, bow in bow-case and club; below, A. Price 332. Dark green patina with hints of underlying red. Attractive style reminiscent of the Milesian issues of Alexander. Nice very fine. From the Maple Leaf Collection. Estimate: $75 Estimate: 45 USD...
15 Dec 201780 USD
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