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22 May 2022 14:00 CEST
Zunfthaus zur Saffran, Zurich
ARGOLIS. Epidauros. after c. 68-69 AD. Assarion (Bronze, 26 mm, 7.11 g, 9 h), a Corinthian as, struck under the duovir L Caninius Agrippa, countermarked by Epidauros, c. 75 (?). ROMAE ET IMPERIO Turreted head of Tyche/Roma to right, countermarked twice on the face and neck: 1) a serpent entwined staff within a rectangular indent on the neck and back of the head, and, 2) monogram of ΕΠ in a square indent on the cheek. Rev. L CANI AGRIPPAE IIVIR COR Victory moving left, holding wreath and palm. Amandry XXIV, 45. Dl RIIh corr., and note 273 (this piece). Howgego 648 (for the countermark). RPC 1217. Very rare as a countermark. An unusual and intriguing example of a later 1st century AD countermark. Countermark: very fine; Coin: about very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 150 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidauros. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Diassarion (Bronze, 23 mm, 8.58 g, 11 h). ΑΝΤΩ -ΝΕΙΝΟC ΑΥΓ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ΙΕΡΑC [ΕΠΙΔΑ]ΥΡΟΥ Asklepios seated left on throne, stretching his right hand over the head of a snake coiled to left before him, and holding a long scepter with his left; all within tetra style temple with Corinthian capitals and a plinth at about 2/5 of the height of each column; pediment filled with two snakes flanking a poppy. BCD Peloponnesos 1274. BMC 29 = NCP, pl. L, v = Price & Trell 217 and fig. 355 (same reverse die). RPC 4637. Rare. Bold and attractive with an olive green patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 280 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidauros. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Diassarion (Bronze, 23.5 mm, 8.70 g, 11 h). ΑΝΤΩ -[ΝΕΙΝΟC ΑΥΓ] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ΙΕΡΑC [ΕΠΙΔΑΥΡΟΥ] Asklepios seated left on throne, stretching his right hand towards the head of a snake coiled to left before him, and holding a long scepter with his left. NCP pl. L, iv. RPC 4638. Rare. Clear and with an attractive black patina. About very fine.
Current Bid: 130 CHF
Estimate: 150 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidauros. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Diassarion (Bronze, 23.5 mm, 6.46 g, 3 h). ΑΝΤΩ -ΝΕΙΝΟC ΑΥΓ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ΙΕΡΑC ΕΠΙ - ΔΑΥΡΟΥ Statue of Hygeia to left, feeding snake from a phiale held in her right hand and resting her left on an uncertain object to her right; all within a tetrastyle round temple with a conical roof. NCP pl. L, vi and pl. GG, viii. RPC 9428.2 (same dies). Very rare, clear, and with a dark patina. Traces of corrosion and careful cleaning/smoothing in the field, otherwise, about very fine.
Current Bid: 200 CHF
Estimate: 250 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidauros. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Diassarion (Bronze, 23 mm, 7.67 g, 1 h). ΑΝΤΩ -ΝΕΙΝΟC ΑΥΓ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ΙΕΡΑC ΕΠΙ - ΔΑΥΡΟΥ Draped female figure standing to right (probably Hygeia), holding long sceptre with her right hand and uncertain object in her left, probably a cupping vessel. NCP Suppl. p. 161, 6 = RPC IV, 1, 10963. RPC IV, 1, 7940 (both are the same type, but are differently described). Very rare. Clear and with a dark patina. Rough surfaces, otherwise, about very fine.
Current Bid: 160 CHF
Estimate: 200 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidauros. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Diassarion (Bronze, 22.5 mm, 8.60 g, 2 h). ΑΝΤΩ -ΝΕΙΝΟC ΑΥΓ Laureate and draped bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ΕΠΙ - Δ -[ΑΥΡ] - ΙΩΝ The infant Asklepios seated on the ground to right, suckled by a goat standing to left; to left, pine tree; to right, a shepherd, Aresthanas, standing to left, holding a lagobolon with his left hand and raising his right towards the sky; on the far right, tree with long branch bending to left. NCP pl. L., i. RPC IV, 1, 5262. SNG Copenhagen 134. Very rare. Dark green patina. About very fine.
Current Bid: 240 CHF
Estimate: 300 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidauros. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Diassarion (Bronze, 22.5 mm, 8.24 g, 6 h). ΑΝΤΩN-ΕΙΝΟC ΑΥΓ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ΑCΚΛΗΠΙ - Ο - Υ ΠΑΙΔΕC Two draped figures (probably both female) standing, facing each other and clasping their right hands. NCP -. RPC -. Apparently unpublished and, presumably, unique. A fascinating coin, with a fascinating reverse type. Very rough surfaces, otherwise, good fine.
Current Bid: 240 CHF
Estimate: 300 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidaurus. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. (Bronze, 22.39 g), Lot of three AE coins of Antoninus Pius from Epidauros. 1. Diassarion. 23 mm, 8.78 g, 4 h. Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. Tetrastyle temple of Asklepios. BCD Peloponnesos 1274. BMC 29 = NCP, pl. L, v = Price & Trell 217 and fig. 355 (same reverse die). RPC 4637. 2. Diassarion. 23.5 mm, 6.46 g, 3 h. Laureate bust of Antoninus Pius with slight drapery on his far shoulder. Rev. Round temple of Hygeia. BCD -. NCP pl. L, vi and pl. GG, viii. RPC 9428.2 3. Diassarion. 22.5 mm, 7.15 g, 3 h. Laureate and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. The infant Asklepios with a goat and the shepherd Aresthanas. NCP pl. L., i. RPC IV, 1, 5262. SNG Copenhagen 134. . Three (3) AE coins. Fine or better.
Current Bid: 380 CHF
Estimate: 450 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidaurus. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. (Bronze, 43.97 g), Lot of six AE coins of Antoninus Pius from Epidauros. 1. Diassarion. 23.5 mm, 8.31 g, 11 h. Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. Tetrastyle temple of Asklepios. RPC 4637. 2. Diassarion. 24 mm, 7.93 g, 7 h. Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. Tetrastyle temple of Asklepios. RPC 4637. 3. Diassarion. 22 mm, 8.66 g, 11 h. Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. Tetrastyle temple of Asklepios. RPC 4637. 4. Diassarion. 21 mm, 8.61 g, 7 h. Laureate and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. The infant Asklepios with a goat and the shepherd Aresthanas. NCP pl. L., i. RPC IV, 1, 5262. SNG Copenhagen 134 5. Diassarion. 24 mm, 6.70 g, 3 h. Laureate head of Antoninus Pius. Rev. ΑC / ΚΛΗ within wreath. Apparently unpublished. 6. Assarion. 12 mm, 3.76 g, 12 h. Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ΑC / ΚΛΗ /ΠΕΙ / Α within wreath, Apparently unpublished. Six (6) AE coins. Nearly fine.
Current Bid: 280 CHF
Estimate: 250 CHF
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ARGOLIS. Epidauros. Septimius Severus, 193-211. Diassarion (Bronze, 25 mm, 7.01 g, 5 h). ...CE ΠΕΡΤ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Septimius Severus to right. Rev. [ΙΕΡΑC] ΕΠΙΔ - ΑΥΡΟΥ Poseidon standing to left, holding dolphin in his right hand and a trident with his left. BCD Peloponnesos 1275 (this coin). NCP L, viii = BMC 31 (same reverse but of Caracalla). Very rare. Rough surfaces, otherwise, about very fine.
Current Bid: 200 CHF
Estimate: 250 CHF
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LYDIA. Saitta. Pseudo-autonomous issue, time of Commodus to Septimius Severus, 177-211. (Bronze, 20 mm, 4.44 g, 12 h). Bareheaded bust of Asklepios to right, seen from behind and with slight drapery on his far shoulder; before him to right, serpent-entwined staff to right. Rev. CAITTH-NΩN Herakles standing facing, turned slightly to the right and with his head turned to left, holding lion's skin in left hand and resting right hand on club. RPC IV Online 9347. SNG Copenhagen 395. SNG Munich 437. With a remarkably elegant bust of Asklepios and a dark olive-green patina. Some earthen deposits, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: 200 CHF
Estimate: 250 CHF
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An elegant depiction of the 'Rape of Ganymede'
PHRYGIA. Cotiaeum. Pseudo-autonomous issue, circa 200-230s. Diassarion (Bronze, 22 mm, 6.43 g, 7 h). ΔΗ - ΜΟC Bearded head of Demos to right, with light drapery over his far shoulder. Rev. Β / ΚΟΤ - ΙΑ/ΕΩ - Ν Ganymede, borne away by a large eagle (= Zeus) with spread wings who clasps him from behind, standing left, nude but for his Phrygian cap, holding a lagobolon in his left hand and raising his right above him to stroke the eagle's beak. Martin, Demos et al. Kotiaion 4.1 = SNG Copenhagen 315 (same dies, but B omitted or misread as K). Very rare and with a most interesting mythological scene on the reverse. Dark brown patina. About extremely fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 2500 CHF
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PISIDIA. Apollonia-Mordiaeum. Time of Caracala, 211-217. Tetrassarion (Bronze, 32 mm, 17.00 g, 6 h), a Homonoia or alliance issue with Perge (and Lycia). AΛΕΞΑΝΔΟΣ (sic!) KTICT AΠOΛΛΩNIA-T Head of Alexander the Great to right, wearing the lion's skin headdress of Herakles, familiar from silver coinage of Alexander, tied in front of his neck. Rev. AΠOΛΛΩNI-AT-ΩN ΛY ΠEPΓ-EΩ / ΟΜΟΝΟ/IA The turreted and draped Tychae of the two cities, Apollonia and Perge, facing each other and clasping their right hands; on the left, Apollonia standing to right, holding the cult statue of Apollo in her left hand; on the right, Perge standing to left, holding the cult Statue of Artemis Pergaia in her left hand; between them, lighted altar. Franke-Nollé, Homonoia, 73-74 = Von Aulock, Pisidiens, 19-20 (same dies, but reverse legends misread). Extremely rare, hitherto only the two examples in Berlin and Vienna were known. An excellent, well-centered piece with a grey-green patina. Some uncleaned deposits, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 750 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Galba, 68-69. Drachm (Bronze, 38.5 mm, 39.00 g, 12 h), year B = 2 = 68-69. ΣΕΡΟΥΙ ΓΑΛΒΑ ΑΥΤΟ ΚΑΙΣ ΣΕΒΑ Laureate head of Galba to right. Rev. L B Draped bust of Nike to right. Dattari (Savio) 322. Geissen 243. K&G 17.22. Milne 352. RPC 5346.3 (this coin). Very rare. Bold and impressive with a dark reddish-brown patina. Very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 2500 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Vespasian, 69-79. Drachm (Bronze, 36.60 mm, 23.48 g, 12 h), year Γ = 3 = 70-71. ΑΥΤΟΚ ΚΑΙΣ ΣΕΒΑ ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΥ Laureate head of Vespasian to right. Rev. L Γ Draped bust of Nike to right. Dattari (Savio) 389-90. Geissen 288. K&G 20.27. RPC II 2427. An attractive piece with a fine reddish-brown patina. Has been professionally cleaned with excellent results, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 850 CHF
Estimate: 1000 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Vespasian, 69-79. Diobol (Bronze, 25.40 mm, 9.53 g, 12 h), E = 5 = 72-73. ΑΥΤΟΚ ΚΑΙΣ ΣΕΒΑ ΟΥΕΣΠΑ[ΣΙΑΝΟΥ] Laureate head of Vespasian to right. Rev. L E Draped bust of Isis to right, wearing uraeus. Dattari (Savio) 384. K&G 20.39. Geissen 296. RPC II 2438. Well-struck, with good portraits and a dark brown patina with green highlights. About extremely fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 175 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Domitian, 81-96. Obol (Bronze, 19.60 mm, 4.66 g, 12 h), year B = 2 = 82-83. ΑΥΤΟΚ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΣΕΒ Laureate head of Domitian to right. Rev. L B Griffin seated right, resting left forepaw on wheel. Dattari (Savio) 6826. Geissen 328. K&G 24.14. RPC II 2487. Very well-struck, with a sharp portrait, a bold griffin on the reverse, and a dark brown patina. About extremely fine.
Current Bid: 320 CHF
Estimate: 400 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Domitian, 81-96. Drachm (Bronze, 33.60 mm, 21.21 g, 12 h), year ΙΔ = 14 = 94-95. [ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΘEΟΥ] ΥΙΟΣ - ΔΟΜΙΤ ΣE[Β ΓEΡΜ] Laureate bust of Domitian to right, wearing aegis. Rev. L ΙΔ Domitian, extending his right hand and holding an eagle-tipped scepter in his left, standing right in a biga of centaurs to right; both centaurs hold figures of Nike, but the nearer turns back to present his to the emperor. Dattari (Savio) 453. Geissen 406. K&G 24.223. RPC II 2704. Rare. With a good portrait of Domitian and a most unusual reverse. Dark patina with some coppery show-through. Crudely struck on a rough flan, otherwise, about very fine.
Current Bid: 240 CHF
Estimate: 300 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Domitian, 81-96. Drachm (Bronze, 34.70 mm, 25.65 g, 11 h), year ΙΔ = 14 = 94-95. [ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙΣ ΘEΟΥ ΥΙ]ΟΣ ΔΟΜ[ΙΤ ΣEΒ ΓEΡΜ] Laureate bust of Domitian to right, wearing aegis. Rev. L ΙΔ Pylon-like triumphal arch with three arches, of which the central is higher, and two 'windows', each containing a statue; the entablature is decorated with broad eye of Horus and, on top, flanked by two military trophies, a sculptural group consisting of the Emperor standing, facing, in a chariot drawn by six horses. Dattari (Savio) 542. Geissen 410. K&G 24.224. RPC II 2708. With an intriguing Graeco-Roman-Egyptian version of a standard Roman triumphal arch! Reddish-brown patina. Very considerable roughness, otherwise, good fine.
Current Bid: 190 CHF
Estimate: 225 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Domitian, 81-96. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 24.29 g, 12 h), year ΙΓ = 13 = 93-94. [ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙΣ] ΘEΟΥ ΥΙΟΣ - ΔΟΜΙΤ ΣEΒ [ΓEΡΜ] Laureate head of Domitian to right. Rev. L IΓ Domitian, holding an eagle-tipped scepter in his right hand and a bunch of laurel in his left, standing to right in a quadriga of elephants walking to right, atop the elephants, Nike standing right, holding a wreath in her right hand and a palm in her left. Dattari (Savio) 460. Geissen -. K&G 24.209. RPC II 2694. Dark green-black patina. About very fine.
Current Bid: 320 CHF
Estimate: 400 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Trajan, 98-117. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 22.53 g, 12 h), year IB = 12 = 108-109. [ΑΥΤ] ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ΣΕΒ - [ΓΕΡ]Μ ΔΑ[ΚΙΚ] Laureate and draped bust of Trajan to right. Rev. L IB Nine-oared galley moving to left; mid deck, Serapis enthroned to left, extending his right hand and holding a scepter in his left; before him to left, at the prow, Isis Pharia standing left and holding a sail; behind him to right, Demeter standing left, holding a torch in her right hand and a cornucopiae in her left. Dattari (Savio) -. Geissen 488 var (different bust). K&G 27.195 var different bust). RPC III 4301A (this coin). With clear types and an attractive reddish-brown patina. Slightly irregular flan, some roughness and traces of careful cleaning, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 2000 CHF
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An Extremely Rare Issue of the Ombites Nome
EGYPT. Alexandria. Trajan, 98-117. Drachm (Bronze, 37.60 mm, 28.36 g, 11 h), for the Ombites nome, year 13 = 109-110. [ΑΥΤ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ΣΕ]Β - ΓΕΡ ΔΑΚΙΚ Laureate bust of Trajan to right, with aegis on his far shoulder. Rev. [ΟΜΒΙΤΗϹ] / L I-Γ Haroeris, cuirassed, standing right, wearing a headdress of a sun disk upon ram horns, holding a spear in his right hand and crocodile in his left. Dattari (Savio) 347. Geissen -. K&G N36.3. RPC III 6306 (obverse)/6308 (reverse). Extremely rare, a hitherto unknown die combination. Dark patina. Very carefully cleaned with some strengthening, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 3250 CHF
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One of just two known
EGYPT. Alexandria. Trajan, 98-117. Drachm (Bronze, 35.20 mm, 23.02 g, 12 h), year ΙΓ = 13 = 109-110. [ΑΥΤ ΤΡ]ΑΙΑΝ CE - Β ΓEΡΜ ΔΑΚΙΚ Laureate bust of Trajan to right, with aegis on his far shoulder. Rev. L IΓ Serapis standing facing, head to right, half draped, holding a double cornucopia with his left hand and wearing a kalathos on his head; to left, column surmounted by a kalathos with grain ears and poppies; to right, (palm?) branch. Dattari (Savio) -. Meissen -. K&G -. RPC III 4426.2 (this coin, but slightly misdescribed). Extremely rare - the only other example cited by the RPC is in the ANS. Dark brown-red patina. Lightly cleaned, and with some striking flatness on the reverse, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 1250 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Trajan, 98-117. Drachm (Bronze, 36.10 mm, 21.68 g, 12 h), year ΙΓ = 13 = 109-110. ΑΥΤ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ C - EΒ ΓEΡΜ ΔΑΚΙΚ Laureate bust of Trajan to right, with aegis on his far shoulder. Rev. L IΓ A sphinx-like composite creature, the god Tutu, with a serpent tail, the body of a lion, the head of a crocodile emerging from its chest, and, on its shoulders, a human head lwearing a modified hemhem crown, treading to right on a serpent. Dattari (Savio) 1180. Geissen -. K&G 27.271 corr. (illustration shows bust a, but it is described as having bust g). RPC III 4432. Rare, and with an extraordinary reverse type. Dark reddish-brown patina. Rather rough surfaces. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 400 CHF
Estimate: 500 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Trajan, 98-117. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 16.87 g, 12 h), year IϚ = 16 = 112-113. ΑΥΤ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ CEΒ - ΓEΡΜ ΔΑΚΙΚ Bust of Trajan to right, wreathed with grain ears, with broad chest showing and drapery on his far shoulder. Rev. EΙΡΗΝΗ Κ - ΑΙ - ΟΜΟΝΟΙΑ / L ΙϚ On the left, Eirene standing right, holding grain ears in her left hand and, with her right, clasping the right hand of Hominoid, on the right, standing left, and holding a double cornucopia with her left. Dattari (Savio) 864. Geissen 603. K&G 27.445. RPC III 4715. Dark green-red-brown patina. Some cleaning marks, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 500 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Trajan, 98-117. Drachm (Bronze, 34.45 mm, 17.93 g, 1 h), year IZ = 17 = 113-114. ΑΥΤ - ΤΡΑΙΑΝ CEΒ - ΓEΡΜ ΔΑΚΙΚ Laureate bust of Trajan to right, with broad chest showing and aegis on his far shoulder. Rev. L IZ On the left, Ares standing facing, his head turned to right, holding parazonium in his right hand and spear in his left; on the right, Athena standing facing, her head turned to left, resting her right hand on a shield by her side and holding a spear with her left. Dattari (Savio) 807. Meissen K&G 27.532. RPC III 4781.3.17 (this coin). Well-struck and with a dark reddish-brown patina. Some traces of careful cleaning, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 320 CHF
Estimate: 375 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Trajan, 98-117. Drachm (Bronze, 34.30 mm, 23.40 g, 12 h), year IZ = 17 = 113-114. ΑΥΤ ΤΡΑΙΑΝ CEΒ ΓEΡΜ ΔΑΚΙΚ Laureate bust of Trajan to right, aegis on his far shoulder. Rev. L IZ Kalathos containing grain ears and poppies in a chariot adorned with a laurel branch and drawn by two crowned winged serpents to right. Dattari (Savio) 1103. Geissen 648. K&G 27.563. RPC III 4804.2. Well-centered, and with an attractive brown patina. Some flatness and infelicities of strike, otherwise, about extremely fine.
Current Bid: 280 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Tetradrachm (Billon, 25.20 mm, 12.58 g, 12 h), year IE = 15 = 130-131. AΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙA CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L IE On the left, Alexandria, wearing elephant's skin headdress, standing to right, holding a labarum with her left hand and grain ears in her right, facing Hadrian, togate, on the right, standing left, holding scepter in his left hand and clasping Alexandria's right hand with his right. Dattari (Savio) 1267 var. Geissen 10268. K&G 32.505. RPC III 5768. Well-centered and attractively struck. Extremely fine.
Current Bid: 300 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
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Unpublished variety
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 35.10 mm, 22.81 g, 11 h), year IE = 15 = 130-131. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ - ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙA CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L IE Emperor, togate, standing in slow quadric to right, holding branch in his right hand and eagle-tipped scepter in his left; before him, Alexandria, wearing elephant's skin headdress, standing left, raising her right arm in greeting and holding a vexillum in her left; all on top of a long, rectangular, garlanded base. Dattari (Savio) 1595 var. (no base). Geissen 1037 var. (same). K&G 32.510 var. (same). RPC III 5780 and 5782 var (same). A very rare or unpublished variant. Very well-struck, clear, with types in high relief, and a pleasing dark green uncleaned patina as found. Extremely fine.
Current Bid: 1600 CHF
Estimate: 1250 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Diobol (Bronze, 25.80 mm, 10.79 g, 11 h), year IE = 15 = 130-131. AΥΤ ΚΑΙ - ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙA CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L I-E Emperor, in military dress, seated left on galley, raising his right hand in salutation and holding a scepter in his left; to right, at the galley stern, steersman. Dattari (Savio) 1582. Geissen 1032. K&G 32.513. RPC III 5785. Rare. Clear and attractive, well-struck and with a dark green patina and some earthen highlights. About extremely fine.
Current Bid: 900 CHF
Estimate: 750 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.60 mm, 24.99 g, 12 h), year ΙϚ = 16 = 131-132. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ - ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙA CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L IϚ Emperor, togate, standing right in a quadric moving slowly to right, holding an eagle-tipped scepter in his left hand and a palm branch in his right. Dattari (Savio) 1592. Geissen 1048-1049. K&G 32.522. RPC III 5790. Well-struck and with a dark, reddish-brown patina. Some traces of careful cleaning, otherwise, nearly extremely fine.
Current Bid: 850 CHF
Estimate: 1000 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 22.62 g, 11 h), year ΙϚ = 16 = 131-132. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ - ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙA CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L I-Ϛ Nilus seated left on pile of rocks, holding a reed in his right hand, a cornucopiae in his left, and resting his left elbow on a crocodile to right. Dattari (Savio) 7745. Geissen 1056. K&G 32.519. RPC III 5791. Dark green patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 160 CHF
Estimate: 200 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Hemidrachm (Bronze, 27.70 mm, 12.16 g, 11 h), year IZ = 17 = 132-133. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L - IZ The Pharos lighthouse surmounted by a lantern topped by a statue of Poseidon; at the two visible corners of the tower, a statue of a triton blowing a trumpet. Dattari (Savio) 1933. Geissen 1082. K&G 32.557. RPC III 5853. With a clear view of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Dark patina. Minor traces of cleaning, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: 800 CHF
Estimate: 950 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Diobol (Bronze, 26.00 mm, 9.93 g, 11 h), year IZ = 17 = 132-133. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L I-Z Harpocrates standing facing, head left, raising his right hand to his mouth and holding a cornucopia with his left. Dattari (Savio) 1722. Geissen 3466. K&G 32.564. RPC III 5862. Well-struck and sharp, with a brown-green patina . Good very fine.
Current Bid: 180 CHF
Estimate: 225 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 26.91 g, 11 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ・ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L I-H Two canopic jars, one on the left and the other on the right, with their heads turned facing each another. Dattari (Savio) 1662. Geissen 1107-1108. K&G 32.590. RPC III 5881. Well-struck and clear with a dark patina with coppery highlights. Some roughness, minor flan fault on the reverse and traces of cleaning, otherwise, about extremely fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 1500 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 33.00 mm, 26.42 g, 12 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L-I-H The Dioskouroi standing facing, wearing military dress and with their heads turned towards one another, each holding a spear and a parazonium. Dattari (Savio) 1684. K&G 32.581. Köln 1113. RPC III 5888. Boldly struck with an especially fine reverse; dark blackish patina with green highlights. Minor marks and scratches, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 580 CHF
Estimate: 725 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 26.05 g, 12 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L IH Isis Pharia advancing right, holding sistrum in her right hand and a sail in both. Dattari (Savio) 1760. Geissen 1117. K&G 32.586. RPC III 5893A. Dark green patina. Traces of careful cleaning, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 1000 CHF
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Unusually Well-Preserved
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 28.55 g, 11 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ・- ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L IH Isis Pharia advancing right, her cloak billowing out behind her, holding a full sail; to right, detailed view of the Pharos of Alexandria showing the statue of Poseidon at the top and two tritons. Dattari (Savio) 1768. Geissen 1121-2. K&G 32.589. RPC III 5895. Very well-centered and sharply struck, an exceptionally fine piece with a fine dark, reddish-brown patina and cleanly struck. A few minor cleaning marks, otherwise, extremely fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 5000 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 33.10 mm, 25.61 g, 12 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ・- ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L IH Isis Pharia advancing right, her cloak billowing out behind her, holding a full sail; to right, detailed view of the Pharos of Alexandria showing the statue of Poseidon at the top and two tritons. Dattari (Savio) 1768. Geissen 1121-2. K&G 32.588. RPC III 5895. Clear and attractive with a dark, blackish-brown patina and reddish highlights. Professionally and carefully cleaned, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 1600 CHF
Estimate: 2000 CHF
Bid
Very rare
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 25.64 g, 12 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙ[ΑΝΟC CEB] Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L - IH Draped bust of Nilus to right, wearing a taenia ending in lotus buds over his forehead; and with a cornucopia, here barely visible, over his far shoulder. Dattari (Savio) -. Geissen -. K&G -. RPC III 5897. Extremely rare. With a dark brown patina and a superb "portrait" of Nilus on the reverse. Very well cleaned, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 850 CHF
Estimate: 1000 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 32.00 mm, 26.16 g, 12 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L IH A sphinx-like composite creature, the god Tutu, with a serpent tail, the body of a lion, the head of a crocodile emerging from its chest, and, on its shoulders, a human head wearing a modified hemhem crown, treading to left on a serpent; on Tutu's back, griffin seated to left, holding a wheel between its forepaws. Dattari (Savio) 2004. Geissen 1132. K&G 32.597. RPC III 5912. With a most unusual reverse type and a brown patina. Both sides slightly flattened in antiquity, otherwise, nearly very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 450 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.50 mm, 21.87 g, 12 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L I-H Two erect snakes facing each other: Agathodaemon, on the left facing right, with a caduceus and, on the right facing left, Uraeus with a sistrum. Dattari (Savio) 1991. Geissen 1097. K&G 32.574. RPC III 5908. With a pair of bold and clear serpents, and a brown patina. Slightly rough, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: 280 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 28.68 g, 12 h), year IH = 18 = 133-134. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝO - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L IH Sphinx seated left, resting right forepaw on wheel. Dattari (Savio) 1996. Geissen 1138-9. K&G 32.603. RPC III 5915. Boldly struck with dark, reddish-brown surfaces, and most attractive. Traces of very skillful cleaning, otherwise, extremely fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 2250 CHF
Bid
Wonderful reverse type
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 33.30 mm, 21.61 g, 12 h), year 19 = 134-135. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - [ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB] Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L EΝΝEΑΚ Δ Harpocrates seated left on lotus blossom, raising his right hand to his mouth and holding a lotus bud in his left. Dattari (Savio) 1725. Geissen -. K&G 32.655. RPC III 5999. Very rare. Dark green and brown patina. Very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 2250 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138 AD. Drachm (Bronze, 36.00 mm, 25.26 g, 11 h), year 19 = 134-135. [ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC] ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L EΝΝEΑΚ Δ Harpokrates of Herakleopolis standing facing, his head turned to left, raising his right hand to his mouth and holding club surmounted by hawk with his left; at his feet to left, slim altar. Dattari (Savio) 1729. Geissen 1176. K&G 32.654. RPC III 6001. Reddish-brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 350 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.70 mm, 25.75 g, 12 h), year 19 = 134-135. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L EΝΝEΑΚΔ Zeus, reclining left on the outstretched wings of an eagle standing facing, holding a patera in his right hand and a thunderbolt in his left. Dattari (Savio) Supplement 138. Geissen 1195. K&G 32.683. RPC III 6058. Clear and well-struck with an attractive green patina with red highlights. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 280 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.80 mm, 21.80 g, 12 h), year 19 = 134-135. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - [ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB] Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L E-Ν/ΝEΑΚΔ Egyptian temple with pylons, surmounted by a statue of Isis holding a scepter (?). Dattari (Savio) 1970. Geissen 1187. K&G 32.670. RPC III 6038. Very rare. Dark brown patina. Light scrapes and minor porosity, otherwise, good fine.
Current Bid: 600 CHF
Estimate: 750 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Hemidrachm (Bronze, 29.00 mm, 13.90 g, 12 h), year K = 20 = 135-136. AΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L K Euthenia reclining left, wearing an Egyptian headdress, holding two grain ears in her right hand and resting her left arm on a sphinx. Dattari (Savio) 7648. Geissen -. K&G -. RPC III 6122. Clear, well-centered, and with a green patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 200 CHF
Estimate: 250 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 29.69 g, 12 h), year KA = 21 = 136-137. [AΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙ]ΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L KA Monumental hexastyle altar of the Caesareum, with a statue of Eusebeia in the central intercolumniation; on the top, burning pyre. Dattari (Savio) 1892. K&G 32.727. Köln 1214. RPC III 6145. Bold and with an attractive grey-green patina. Some pitting, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 600 CHF
Estimate: 750 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 22.70 g, 12 h), year KA = 21 = 136-137. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑIAN - [ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB] Laureat, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian to right. Rev. L KA Kalathos containing grain ears and poppies set on the ionic capital of a column standing between two serpents facing each other. Dattari (Savio) 1928. Geissen 1228. K&G 32.738. RPC III 6186. With a dark greenish-brown patina and a particularly unusual reverse type. Roughness and flat striking on the obverse, otherwise, fine/good very fine.
Current Bid: 280 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 26.64 g, 12 h), year 21 = 136-137. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC [ΤΡΑIAN] - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Bare head of Hadrian to left. Rev. L KA Serapis, reclining left on the outstretched wings of an eagle standing facing on a thunderbolt, holding corn ears in his raised right hand and holding a scepter in his left. Dattari (Savio) 1839. Geissen -. K&G -. RPC III 6201. Rare. With a fine portrait and a green and red-brown patina. Somewhat rough surfaces as found, some traces of clearning, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 1250 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Hadrian, 117-138. Obol (Bronze, 20.00 mm, 5.65 g, 12 h), year KA = 21 = 136-137. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙC ΤΡΑΙΑΝ - ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC CEB Laureate head of Hadrian to right. Rev. L KA Kalathos, filled with poppies and grain ears, between two elaborate torches. Dattari (Savio) 7849. Geissen 1224. K&G 32.762. RPC III 6244. Red-brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 125 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Aelius, Caesar, 136-138. Drachm (Bronze, 34.60 mm, 22.42 g, 12 h), Cos. II = 137. Λ] ΑΙΛΙΟC ΚΑ[ΙCΑΡ] Bareheaded and draped bust of Aelius to right. Rev. [ΔΗΜ EΞΟΥC] - ΥΠΑΤ [Β] / [Ο]ΜΟΝΟ[ΙΑ] Homonoia seated left, holding patera in her right hand and a cornucopiae in her left. Dattari (Savio) 2076. K&G 34.4. Köln -. RPC III 6226. With a very powerful portrait of Aelius and a brown patina. Lightly cleaned, some rough areas, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 450 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Aelius, Caesar, 136-138. Diobol (Bronze, 23.50 mm, 8.87 g, 12 h), Cos. II = 137. Λ ΑΙΛΙΟC ΚΑΙCΑΡ Bare-headed and draped bust of Aelius to right. Rev. ΔΗΜ EΞΟΥC ΥΠΑΤ Β Female figure of Homonoia standing facing, head to left, holding patera in her right hand and grain ears in her left. Dattari (Savio) 2079. Geissen 1272. K&G 34.6. RPC III 6242. Nicely struck with a good portrait and with a green-brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 150 CHF
Bid
Ex Dattari collection
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.50 mm, 21.46 g, 12 h), year A = 1 = 138. [ΑYΤ] Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - [ΑΝΤΝΙΝΟC EYC CEΒ] Bare head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ETOYC / A Euthenia reclining to left, her peplos filled with fruits, holding grain ears in her right hand, a poppy in her left, and resting her left elbow on a sphinx. Dattari (Savio) 8444 = RPC IV.4 Online temp. 16703 (this coin). Geissen -. K&G -. Very rare, apparently the only example known. With a dark brown-green patina. Very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 400 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 24.23 g, 1 h), year B = 2 = 138-139. [ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ] - ΑΝΤΝΙΝΟC EYCEΒ Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L B Serapis seated facing on throne, wearing kalathos, extending his right hand towards Cerberus seated facing to his right, and holding scepter in his left; all with tetrastyle temple with disk in pediment. Dattari (Savio) 3060 bis. K&G -. Köln -. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15760.4 (this coin, but uncleaned). With a very clear reverse. Fields somewhat smoothed, otherwise, about very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 300 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.60 mm, 22.61 g, 12 h), year B = 2 = 138-139. [ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ] ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC [EYCEΒ] Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. B L Zeus seated left, holding patera in his right hand and scepter in his left; at his feet to left, eagle standing left, head turned to right. Dattari (Savio) 2926. Geissen 1316 var. (bust). K&G 35.36 var. (bust). RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15824. With a good portrait, a sharp reverse type, and a dark brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 280 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Hemidrachm (Bronze, 28.40 mm, 11.24 g, 1 h), year B = 2 = 138-139. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤΝΙΝΟϹ EYCEΒ Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Β Eusebeia seated left, holding, in her right hand, a patera over an Egyptian altar to left, and a long scepter in her left. Dattari (Savio) 8432. Geissen -. K&G 35.39. RPC IV Online temp. 15753. Rare. Clear and with brown surfaces. Obverse quite rough, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 300 CHF
Bid
Wonderful portrait and a desirable reverse type - ex Dattari collection
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.80 mm, 25.29 g, 12 h), year 3 = 139-140. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤΝΙΝΟC EYCEB Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L ΤΡΙΤΟV Isis Pharia standing right, holding sail with both hands and sistrum with her right; before her to right, the Pharos of Alexandria. Dattari (Savio) 8563 = RPC IV.4 Online temp. 16291.5 (this coin). Meissen -. K&G -. Rare. Boldly struck with a remarkable portrait, fine representation of Isis Pharia, and an attractive dark green and reddish-brown patina. Two striking cracks, otherwise, nearly extremely fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 5000 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 25.27 g, 12 h), year Δ = 4 = 140-141. ΑVΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤΝΙΝΟC [EYCEB] Bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Δ Draped bust of Isis to right, wearing hemhem crown; before her to right, sistrum. Dattari (Savio) -. Geissen -. K&G -. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 16981.2 (this coin). Very rare. With fine portraits, well-struck, and with a brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 600 CHF
Estimate: 750 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.00 mm, 22.80 g, 12 h), year Δ = 4 = 140-141. ΑYΤO K T AIΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC EYCEB Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Δ Draped bust of Isis to right, wearing fillet and crowned with disk, horns, and lotus. Dattari (Savio) 2641 var. (bare head of Pius). Geissen -. K&G -. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 17012. Dark green and reddish-brown patina. Some pitting on obverse, light smoothing on reverse, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 750 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 30.26 g, 12 h), year Δ = 4 = 140-141. [ΑYΤ Κ Τ Α]ΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC EYCEΒ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Δ Draped bust of Serapis and Isis jugate to right, Serapis wearing kalathos and Isis wearing headdress. Dattari (Savio) 8716 var. (bust). Geissen -. K&G -. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15520.3 (this coin). Red-brown and green patina. Has been strongly cleaned, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 1200 CHF
Estimate: 1500 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.50 mm, 27.82 g, 12 h), year Δ = 4 = 140-141. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC EYC - EΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Δ Nilus seated left on rock, holding water reed in his right hand and a cornucopiae in his left; below to right, crocodile to right; all within tetrastyle temple, pediment decorated with a disc held by two serpentine creatures on the left and right. Dattari (Savio) 8895. Geissen 1356 var. (bust). K&G 35.83 var. (bust). RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15845.5 (this coin). Dark green patina. Minor strengthening on the reverse, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 1000 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Obol (Bronze, 19.00 mm, 5.98 g, 12 h), year Δ = 4 = 140-141. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Δ Griffin seated right, resting left forepaw on wheel. Dattari (Savio) 3121. Geissen -. K&G 35.105. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 16725. Well-centered and with dark brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 125 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 23.19 g, 1 h), year E = 5 = 141-142. [ΑYΤΟΚΡΑ Κ]ΑΙC ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L E Draped bust of Nike to right, wearing taenia; in field to right, filleted palm branch. Dattari (Savio) 2691. Geissen K&G -. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 16736.1 (this coin). Very rare. Clear and with a dark brown patina. Some roughness and areas of flat striking on the obverse, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: 360 CHF
Estimate: 450 CHF
Bid
Herakles and the Lernaean Hydra
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 22.53 g, 12 h), the second labor of Herakles: Herakles and the Lernaean Hydra, year E = 5 = 141-142. [ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙ]Λ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC CEB EYCEΒ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L E Herakles advancing left, with his lion's skin tied around his neck, raising club, held in his right hand, and preparing to strike the Hydra, portrayed as a woman with serpent feet and with a left arm ending in snakes, whom he grasps with his left hand. Dattari (Savio) 2598 var. (draped and cuirassed). Geissen -. K&G -. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 17017 (this coin). An extremely rare type with a fascinating view of Herakles attacking the partially human Hydra of Lerna. Dark brown patina with reddish-gold highlights. Traces of cleaning, flan fault on the obverse, and some smoothing, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 7500 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.00 mm, 23.68 g, 12 h), year E = 5 = 141-142. ΑYΤOΚPA KAIC ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤ[ωΝΙΝΟC] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L E Two canopic jars to right on the outstretched wings of an eagle standing right. Dattari (Savio) 2504 var. (legend). Geissen 1386 (same dies). K&G 35.149. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 14816 (apparently all from the same dies). Dark green patina and an intriguing reverse. Some flatness. Very fine.
Current Bid: 200 CHF
Estimate: 250 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 36.00 mm, 21.89 g, 12 h), year 5 = 141-142. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC EYCEΒ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L E Radiate and draped bust of Serapis Pantheos to right, wearing kalathos, ram's horn round ear; before him to right, serpent entwined trident. Dattari (Savio) 2867. Geissen 1412 var. (differing bust). K&G 35.163 var. (differing bust). RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15340. With a fascinating syncretistic bust of Serapis. Dark green patina with flecks of red-brown. Rough surfaces, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 450 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.50 mm, 24.35 g, 11 h), year Ε = 5 = 141-142. ΑVΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - [ΑΝΤⲰΝΙΝΟϹ ƐVϹƐΒ] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L E Harpocrates standing, facing, raising his right forefinger to lips lips, resting his right elbow on column, and holding a cornucopia with his right hand. Dattari (Savio) 2567. RPC IV, 4, 15354. Very rare. Dark brown patina. Some roughness and pitting on the obverse, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 500 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 22.82 g, 12 h), year Z = 7 = 143-144. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC EY - CEΒ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Z Serapis standing left, in quadriga moving slowly to left, raising his right hand in salute and holding scepter in his left. Dattari (Savio) 2847. Geissen 1451. K&G 35.2220. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15869. With an attractive dark brown patina and reddish highlights. About extremely fine.
Current Bid: 800 CHF
Estimate: 1000 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.40 mm, 23.41 g, 11 h), year Z = 7 = 143-144. [ΑYΤ Κ ]Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - Α[ΝΤΩΝΙΝΟC EYCEΒ] Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Z Nike advancing left, holding a wreath in her right hand and a trophy in her left. Dattari (Savio) 2700. Geissen -. K&G 35.216. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15549. Dark brown patina with some red. Rough surfaces, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 225 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 26.75 g, 11 h), commemorating the victories in southern Scotland under Quintus Lollius Urbicus, governor of Britain, 139-142/3, year Z = 7 = 143-144. [ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙ]Λ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC EY-CEΒ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Z Nike, holding wreath in her right hand and palm branch in her left, advancing left towards trophy between two bound and seated captives. Dattari (Savio) 2707. Geissen 1448. K&G 35.225. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15868.9 (this coin). Dark brown patina with hints of green. With a good portrait and a detailed reverse. Very fine.
Current Bid: 760 CHF
Estimate: 950 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 18.69 g, 11 h), year H = 8 = 144-145. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC [CEB EYC] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Η Distyle temple with a garlanded architrave and a pediment adorned with a disc, enclosing a statue of Tyche standing to left, wearing kalathos, holding rudder in her right hand and cornucopiae in her left. Dattari (Savio) 8911. Geissen 1487. K&G 35.255. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13563. Clear and attractive, with a dark brown-green patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 240 CHF
Estimate: 300 CHF
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Moon in Cancer
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 24.74 g, 12 h), Zodiac - Moon in Cancer, year H = 8 = 144-145. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC CE-B EYC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L H Draped bust of Selene to right, over crescent with star to right; below, crab. Dattari (Savio) 2964. Geissen 1494. K&G 35.270. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13545.40 (this coin). Rare. Dark brown patina. Very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 2750 CHF
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Sun in Leo
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 21.05 g, 12 h), Zodiac - Sun in Leo, year H = 8 = 144-145. [ΑΥΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟC CEB EΥC] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L H Lion leaping to right, with star over his head; above, radiate and draped bust of Helios to right. Dattari (Savio) 2968. Geissen 1495-6. K&G 35.278. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13547.37 (this coin). Rare. Dark brown and green patina. Very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 1000 CHF
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Venus in Taurus
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 20.32 g, 11 h), Zodiac - Venus in Taurus, year H = 8 = 144-145. ΑΥΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟC [CEΒ EΥC] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L H Bull butting to left; above, star before a diademed and draped bust of Aphrodite to left. Dattari (Savio) 8823. Geissen 1493. K&G 35.280. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13541.23 (this coin). Rare. With clear types and a dark green-red patina. Pit on reverse, some minor traces of cleaning, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 560 CHF
Estimate: 700 CHF
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Menelaites nome - ex Dattari collection
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.30 mm, 23.94 g, 12 h), for the Menelaites nome, year H = 8 = 144-145. AYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝEΙΝΟC CEB EYC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. ΜENEΛΑEΙΤΗC / L Η Harpocrates, wearing the skhent crown, draped around the waist and the lower body of a crocodile, standing to left, pointing at his mouth with his right hand to mouth and holding a cornucopia with his left. Dattari (Savio) 11043 = RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13971.74 (this coin). Meissen 3435-8. K&G N31.8. Grey-green patina. Rough surfaces with some pits on the obverse, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 600 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 20.63 g, 12 h), year 9 = 145-146. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝEΙΝΟC CΕΒ ΕΥC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L EΝΑΤΟY Nilus, with crocodile beside him, reclining to left, holding, with his right hand, a cornucopia containing a Genius holding a wreath to crown him, and, in his left, a reed; above to right, Ις (= 16, the level of the Nile flood in cubits). Dattari 8631. Geissen 1890. K&G 35.317. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13578. Bold types with a dark red-brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 300 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.60 mm, 22.60 g, 12 h), year 9 = 145-146. ΑΥΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝEΙΝΟC CEΒ EΥ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L ENATOY Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Nike in her right hand and parazonium in her left; round shield at her side. Dattari (Savio) 2794. Geissen 1523. K&G 35.318. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13579. Bold details, and with a dark brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 760 CHF
Estimate: 950 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 36.00 mm, 19.93 g, 12 h), year 9 = 145-146. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝEΙΝΟC CEB EYC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L ENATOY Head of Zeus-Ammon to right, crowned with disk. Dattari (Savio) 2939. Geissen -. K&G 35.313. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15173. With a powerful head of Zeus Ammon and a deep red-brown patina. Struck on an irregular flan and with rough surfaces, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 250 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.60 mm, 20.86 g, 12 h), year 10 = 146-147. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝEΙΝΟC CEB EYC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L ΔEΚΑΤOY Bust of Hermanubis to right, wearing a laurel wreath with a lotus above his forehead, and with slight drapery on his far shoulder; in field to right, winged caduceus combined with palm-branch. Dattari (Savio) 2626. Geissen 3476. K&G 35.355. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15204. Bold and most attractive with a fine dark green patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 480 CHF
Estimate: 600 CHF
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Herakles and the Stymphalian birds
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.60 mm, 22.46 g, 12 h), the sixth labor of Herakles - Herakles and the Stymphalian Birds, year 10 = 146-147. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝEΙΝΟC CEB EYC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L ΔEKΑΤΟY Herakles standing right, drawing his bow; in the field to right next to his bow, bird falling to left; below right, bird falling to left. Dattari (Savio) 2587. Geissen 1538. K&G 35.353. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13980. Very rare. Red-brown patina. Some roughness. Very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 2800 CHF
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Herakles and the oxen of Geryon
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.00 mm, 22.57 g, 12 h), the tenth labor of Herakles, Herakles and the oxen of Geryon, year 10 = 146-147. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝEΙΝΟC CEB EYC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L Δ Herakles advancing to left, lion's skin over his shoulder, leading two oxen of Geryon with his right hand and holding a club in his left; at his feet, body of Geryon. Dattari (Savio) 2621. Geissen 1542. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13595.4 (this coin). Very rare. Dark brown and green patina. Very good/good fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 1400 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 32.00 mm, 22.55 g, 12 h), year 11 = 147-148. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC CEB - EYC Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L EΝΔEΚΑΤOY Elpis advancing left, holding flower in her right hand and raising the hem of her skirt with her left. Dattari (Savio) 2543. Geissen 1578. K&G 35.404. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13617.28 (this coin). Brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 200 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 24.95 g, 12 h), year 11 = 147-148. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC CEB EYC Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L ENΔEKΑΤΟY Apollo Didymaios standing facing, holding a tiny stag in his right hand and a bow with his left; to left and right, the Two Nemeses, both turned to face him, both raising a hand to point at her mouth, and the one on the left receiving the stag from Apollo. Dattari (Savio) 8313. Meissen 1573. K&G 35.399. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 14897.10 (this coin, chosen to illustrate the type). Bold, very attractive and with a fine brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 680 CHF
Estimate: 850 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Diobol (Bronze, 24.00 mm, 8.42 g, 12 h), Zodiac - Leo, year IA = 11 = 147-148. [ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ] ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙ[ΝΟC] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. [L IA] Lion running to right, his head turned back to left; above to left, star. Dattari (Savio) 3130 bis. Geissen 1582. K&G 35.414. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 14900. Dark brown-green patina. Rough surfaces, a few light cleaning marks and a slash along the obverse edge, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 250 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 26.62 g, 11 h), year 12 = 148-149. AYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC EYC CEB Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L ΔωΔΕΚΑΤΟΥ Distil temple, with a pediment, containing a disc flanked by two uncertain figures, and two antefixes; within, statue of Serapis seated to left on a throne, resting his right hand on the head of Kerberos seated facing on the left and holding a scepter in his left. Dattari (Savio) 8907. Geissen 1616. K&G 35.442. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13642.12 (this coin). Boldly struck and with a brown patina. Rough surfaces, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 350 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 36.00 mm, 21.20 g, 11 h), year 12 = 148-149. AYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC CE-B EYC Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L ΔΩΔΕ - ΚΑΤΟΥ Distyle temple with papyriform columns and a rounded pediment with a central disc; within, a statue of Isis seated to right on a throne, holding the infant Harpokrates. Dattari (Savio) 8892. Geissen 1610-3. K&G 35.437. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13646.46 (this coin). Brown patina with sandy green highlights. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 225 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 18.48 g, 12 h), year 12 = 148-149. AYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC CEB EYCEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L / ΔΩΔΕΚΑΤΟΥ Isis Pharia standing right, holding sail with both hands and a sistrum in her right; before her to right, the Pharos of Alexandria . Dattari (Savio) 8569. Geissen 1603. K&G 35.436. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13640.93 (this coin). Green patina. Surfaces slightly rough, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: 450 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
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Ex Dattari collection
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.70 mm, 24.43 g, 11 h), year 13 = 149-150. ΑΝΤΩΝΙΝΟC C-EB EYC AYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to left, with slight drapery on far shoulder. Rev. L / TPICKA Nilus reclining left, holding, with his right hand, a cornucopia in which there is a Genius holding wreath to right, and, in his left, a reed; below to right, crocodile to right above, IϚ (the level of the Nile in cubits). Dattari (Savio) 2756 (this coin). Geissen 1640. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13671.15 (this coin). K&G 35.474. An attractive and clear example, with reddish-brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 350 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 32.00 mm, 18.27 g, 12 h), year IΔ = 14 = 150-151. ANTωNINOC C -EB EYC AΥT K T AIΛ AΔP Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to left, slight drapery on far shoulder. Rev. L IΔ Triptolemus, wearing elephant's-skin headdress, holding grain seeds in his chlamys, driving biga drawn by winged serpents to right. Dattari (Savio) 2905. Meissen 1663. K&G 35.514. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 14918.9 (this coin). Brown patina. Slightly rough surfaces, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 160 CHF
Estimate: 200 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 35.00 mm, 23.06 g, 12 h), year 15 = 151-152. ANTωNINOC - CEB EYC AΥT K T AIΛ AΔP Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to left, slight drapery on far shoulder. Rev. L I-E Monumental tetrastyle altar with a flat roof on which there is a burning pyre and two acroteria in form of aphlasta; garlands hang between the columns and in the central intercolumniation there is a draped female figure standing left and dropping incense on a small altar to left. Dattari (Savio) 2999 bis and Suppl. pl. 20, 152. Geissen 1673. K&G 35.532. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13751.9 (this coin). Brown patina with turquoise-green highlights. Good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 200 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 34.00 mm, 18.73 g, 12 h), year ΙΔ = 14 = 150-151. [AΥT K T] AIΛ AΔP - [ANTωNINOC CEB EYC] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right, slight drapery on far shoulder. Rev. L I-Δ Griffin seated to right, resting right forepaw on wheel. Dattari (Savio) 8979. Meissen 1658. K&G 35.513. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13715.8 (this coin). Reddish-brown patina. Struck on a slightly misshapen flan, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: 160 CHF
Estimate: 200 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.00 mm, 31.93 g, 11 h), year IE = 15 = 151-152. ANTωNINOC C - EB EYC AΥT K T AIΛ AΔP Laureate and draped bust of Antoninus Pius to left. Rev. L I-E Isis-Tyche standing facing, her head turned to right, holding rudder in her right hand and a small figure (Hermes?), holding a purse and kerykeion, in her left. Dattari (Savio) 8769 var. (arrangement of date). K&G -. Köln -. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15581.1-2 (Tyche's head to right). Clear, well-struck and with a dark brown patina and turquoise highlights. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 180 CHF
Estimate: 225 CHF
Bid
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 32.00 mm, 22.52 g, 12 h), year IE = 15 = 151-152. ANTΩNINOC C - EB EYC AΥT K T AIΛ AΔP Laureate and draped bust of Antoninus Pius to left. Rev. L IE Tyche, wearing a kalathos, reclining to left on a couch, resting her right hand on a rudder and propping up her head with her left. Dattari (Savio) 8767 var. (arrangement of date). Geissen 1678 var. (arrangement of date). K&G 35.541. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13739.9 (this coin). Reddish-brown patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 200 CHF
Estimate: 250 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Diobol (Bronze, 24.00 mm, 8.96 g, 12 h), year IZ = 17 = 153-154. AYΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L I-Z Isis-Tyche standing facing, her head to left, wearing basileion, holding rudder with her right hand and a cornucopia in her left. Dattari (Savio) 2884. Geissen -. K&G -. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 15777. Rare. Clear and pleasing with a dark brown, green and red patina. Good very fine.
Current Bid: 160 CHF
Estimate: 200 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 32.00 mm, 22.56 g, 11 h), year IH = 18 = 154-155. AY TI AI ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙ[ΝΟC ΕΥC CΕΒ] Laureate and draped bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L IH Tyche-Euthenia standing facing, her head to left, holding grain ears in her right hand and a rudder in her left; to left, forepart of a grain transport ship to right, below which, Thalassa reclining to right; to right, galley-stern, below which, Nilus reclining to left, crowned with lotus and holding a rudder with his right hand. Dattari (Savio) 8771-2. Geissen 1749. K&G 35.661. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 13846.35 (this coin, chosen to illustrate the series). With an iconographically complex reverse scene - depicting the all important grain exports to Rome - and a dark, greenish-brown patina. Very fine.
Current Bid: 300 CHF
Estimate: 350 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.80 mm, 26.49 g, 12 h), year ΙΘ = 19 = 155-156. ΑYΤ Κ Τ ΑΔΡ - ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC CE - B EYC Laureate and draped bust of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L - I / Θ Draped bust of Serapis to right, wearing kalathos and taenia. Dattari (Savio) 2809. Geissen 1761 var. (bust of Pius to left). K&G 35.681. RPC IV.4 Online temp. 16237. Dark brownish-red patina. Some pitting, otherwise, good very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 300 CHF
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EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Drachm (Bronze, 33.00 mm, 24.77 g, 12 h), year ΙΘ = 19 = 155-156. ΑYT Κ T Α ΑΔΡI - [ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟC CEB EY] Laureate head of Antoninus Pius to right. Rev. L I-Θ Bust of Nilus to right, crowned with lotus-buds, reed at shoulder; before, cornucopia from which issues Genius holding a wreath. Dattari (Savio) - (but cf. 2722-2723, draped bust). Geissen - (but cf. 1759, draped bust). RPC IV.4 Online temp. - (but cf. 14949 with a draped bust). Apparently an unpublished variety. Dark brown-green patina. Rough surfaces, otherwise, very fine.
Current Bid: No Bids
Estimate: 200 CHF
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