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Lot: 12362
Price: 7500 CHF
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Tiberius III (Apsimar), 698-705. Solidus (Gold, 19.5 mm, 3.98 g, 6 h), Naples. d TIbERIႷ S P AV Crowned and cuirassed bust of Tiberius III facing, holding spear in his right hand and with shield over his left shoulder. Rev. VICTOR AVႺႷ✶ / CONOB‧ Cross potent on base and three steps. DOC 34. MIB 52. SB 1397. Very rare. Some very minor marks and very light graffiti, , otherwise, good very fine.

From the Müller collection = "An Important Collection of Byzantine Coins", Sincona 3, 25 October 2011, 3392, and ex Triton III, 1 December 1999, 1307.

The Byzantine coinage of Naples is uniformly very rare: it undoubtedly served as the model for the contemporary and later Lombard coinage of Beneventum.
Lot: 12362
Price: 7500 CHF
Tiberius III (Apsimar), 698-705. Solidus (Gold, 19.5 mm, 3.98 g, 6 h), Naples. d TIbERIႷ S P AV Crowned and cuirassed bust of Tiberius III facing, holding spear in his right hand and with shield over his left shoulder. Rev. VICTOR AVႺႷ✶ / CONOB‧ Cross potent on base and three steps. DOC 34. MIB 52. SB 1397. Very rare. Some very minor marks and very light graffiti, , otherwise, good very fine.
Lot: 13994
Price: 3750 CHF
Augustus, 27 BC-AD 14. Denarius (Silver, 18 mm, 3.84 g, 5 h), Lugdunum, 15 BC. AVGVSTVS DIVI F Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. IMP·X Bull with head lowered, butting to right. BMC 451. Cohen 137. RIC 167a. Toned, a splendid piece with a fine, 'Gallic' portrait of Augustus in high relief. Tiny flan crack and banker’s mark A punched into the emperor’s cheek, otherwise, good extremely fine.
Lot: 23741
Price: 7500 CHF
MACEDON. Sermyle. Circa 500-470 BC. Stater (Silver, 27 mm, 16.85 g). SERMYΛIAO-N Armored warrior, holding spear aloft in his raised right hand, riding a horse galloping to right; below, base formed of two horizontal lines enclosing a line of pellets. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square, with a cross-like ornament composed of five pellets at the center. AMNG III/2, 3, pl. XXI, 5 = de Hirsch 987 = Traité I 1668 (struck from the same dies). Rare. Well-centered, with attractive grey surfaces. Usual minor granularity and with an obverse lightly struck, otherwise, good very fine.
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