obolos 17
20. December 2020
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Lot 14
Starting Price: 50 CHF
Hammer Price: 110 CHF
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EASTERN EUROPE, Eravisci. Late 1st century BC, or later. Denarius (Silver, 17 mm, 3.30 g), imitating a Republican denarius of Cn. Letulus of 76-75 BC. Head of Jupiter to right. Rev. RAVISCI (S retrograde) Globe between radiate and filleted scepter and rudder. Cf. CCCBM I 272 (same obverse die; reverse with RAVIS only). Davis Class B, Group II. Freeman 1/A, pl. 29, 1 (same dies). Cf. Lanz 1013. Iridescent toning along the peripheries. Struck from a worn obverse die (which was later bizarrely re-engraved), otherwise, good very fine.

From an American collection, and formerly of the RBW collection.
Current Status
Online bidding closes:
20 Dec 2020 15:07:00 CET
Current Date & Time:
20 Jan 2021 22:44:25 CET
Remaining Time:
Closed
Hammer Price:
110 CHF by sidboy_a (Bids: 7)

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Lot 14
Starting Price: 50 CHF
EASTERN EUROPE, Eravisci. Late 1st century BC, or later. Denarius (Silver, 17 mm, 3.30 g), imitating a Republican denarius of Cn. Letulus of 76-75 BC. Head of Jupiter to right. Rev. RAVISCI (S retrograde) Globe between radiate and filleted scepter and rudder. Cf. CCCBM I 272 (same obverse die; reverse with RAVIS only). Davis Class B, Group II. Freeman 1/A, pl. 29, 1 (same dies). Cf. Lanz 1013. Iridescent toning along the peripheries. Struck from a worn obverse die (which was later bizarrely re-engraved), otherwise, good very fine.
Hammer Price: 110 CHF
Lot 15
Starting Price: 50 CHF
EASTERN EUROPE, Eravisci. Late 1st century BC, or later. Denarius (Silver, 16 mm, 3.19 g, 2 h), imitating a Republican denarius of Cn. Lentulus of 76-75 BC. Head of Jupiter to right. Rev. RAVIS (S retrograde) Globe between rudder and thunderbolt; in field to right, X. CCCBM I 268 (same reverse die). Davis Class B, Group II. Freeman 2/C, pl. 29, 6 (this coin illustrated). Lanz -. Light iridescent toning. Faint scratch in obverse field, otherwise, good very fine.
Hammer Price: 110 CHF
Lot 16
Starting Price: 50 CHF
CELTIC, Balkan Region. Uncertain mint, copying Histiaia. Circa 2nd century BC. Tetrobol (Silver, 14 mm, 1.99 g, 12 h), a contemporary Celtic imitation. Slightly barbarized vine-wreathed head of nymph Histiaia to right. Rev. [IΣTI]-AIEΩN Nymph seated right on stern of galley decorated with wing; in exergue, two monograms. Cf. BCD Euboia 429, especially for the obverse. An interesting imitation, well-centered and bright. Nearly extremely fine.
Hammer Price: 140 CHF
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