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LUCANIA. Metapontum. Circa 290-280 BC. Didrachm or nomos (Silver, 19 mm, 7.71 g, 8 h). Head of Demeter to right, wearing wreath of barley ears; behind her neck in the field to left, Π. Rev. ΜΕΤΑ Ear of barley with leaf; to left, on the barley leaf, ram’s head to right; between leaf and ear, ⊦ Α. HN III 1617. Johnston D3.1. Very nicely toned and attractive. Some areas of flat striking on the reverse, otherwise, about extremely fine.
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LUCANIA. Velia. Circa 440/35-400 BC. Didrachm (Silver, 21 mm, 7.53 g, 2 h), from the Kleudoros group. Head of Athena to left, wearing laureate crested Attic helmet adorned with a griffin; behind neck, KΛΕ monogram. Rev. ΥΕΛΗ/ΤΩΝ Lion attacking stag to right; below, ΦI. BMC 76 (same obverse die). HN 1292. SNG ANS 1322. SNG Copenhagen 1562 (same obverse die). Williams 315c (O170/R237 this coin). Dark old cabinet tone. Minor die rust on the obverse, otherwise, good very fine.
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SICILY. Syracuse. Agathokles, 317-289 BC. Tetradrachm (Silver, 25.5 mm, 17.15 g, 10 h). KOΡAΣ Head of Kore to right, her hair tied in a 'pony-tail' behind her neck, wearing a grain wreath, a pendant earring and a simple necklace. Rev. AΓAΘOKΛEIOΣ Nike, bare to the waist, standing right, attaching armor to a trophy to her right, she holds a nail in her right hand and a hammer in her left; to left, clockwise triskeles of legs. Ierardi 178c (O46/R118 this coin). Attractively toned and well-centered. Some die faults on the reverse, otherwise, good very fine.
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ISLANDS OFF THRACE, Thasos. Circa 500-463 BC. Stater (Silver, 21.5 mm, 9.57 g). Nude ithyphallic satyr moving to right in the archaic ‘running-kneeling’ position, holding a nymph in his arms, who wears thin robes and raises her right hand in protest. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square of windmill form. Asyut 104. HGC 6, 331. Le Rider, Thasiennes 2. SNG Copenhagen 1008-1009. Toned and with an "expressive" satyr head. A few short flan cracks and a light mark on the reverse, otherwise, good very fine.
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MACEDON. Neapolis. Circa 500-480 BC. Stater (Silver, 21 mm, 9.72 g). Facing head of a Gorgon with gnashing teeth and protruding tongue. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. AMNG III, pl. XVI, 22. SNG Lockett 1356. SNG ANS 411 (same reverse die). A very sharply struck, well-centered, and beautifully toned piece. Extremely fine.
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MACEDON. Terone. Circa 490-480 BC. Stater (Silver, 32 mm, 16.67 g). Large, two-handled wine amphora; hanging from each handle, bunch of grapes and vine leaf. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. Asyut -. Hardwick, Studies Price, Group II. Kraay, NC 1954, 9. Pozzi 737 (same obverse die). Very well struck and clear. Rare. Overstruck on a contemporary tetradrachm/stater of Akanthos. Somewhat rough surfaces, otherwise, about extremely fine.
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CORINTHIA. Corinth. Circa 400-375 BC. Stater (Silver, 21.00 mm, 8.54 g, 11 h). Ϙ Pegasos flying to left, with straight wing. Rev. Helmeted head of Aphrodite to left; behind her neck, lily shown horizontally. BMC 144. Cf. BCD 67 (but Pegasos to right). Calciati 233/1 (same reverse die). Cf. Cammann 45 (but Pegasos to right). Sharply struck, well-centered and most attractive. Very minor marks, otherwise, extremely fine.
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CORINTHIA. Corinth. Circa 400-375 BC. Stater (Silver, 22.00 mm, 8.60 g, 9 h). Ϙ Pegasus flying to left, with straight wing. Rev. Head of Aphrodite to right, wearing Corinthian helmet with a neck flap; behind neck, hand holding flaming torch; below chin, bucranium (barely visible as usual). BMC 142 and pl. III, 17. BCD Corinth 49 (same dies). Calciati 115. Cammann 53. De Luynes 2183 = Traité II, 3, pl. CCIX, 18. Ravel 364 (P186/T286). Sharp and very well-struck, and with an extraordinary symbol. Some minor marks, otherwise, extremely fine.
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ELIS. Olympia. 111th Olympiad, 336 BC. Stater (Silver, 23 mm, 12.23 g, 1 h). Ϝ Α Head of Hera to right, wearing stephanos inscribed FΑΛΕΙΩΝ, triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace. Rev. Eagle with spread wings standing partially facing but to left on a rock, his head turned back to right; all within olive wreath tied at the bottom. BCD Olympia 159 (same obverse die and 162 (same reverse die). De Luynes 2260 (same dies. Pozzi (Boutin) 4134 (this coin). Seltman, Temple 345c (dies FG/ιωthis coin). SNG Lockett 2429 (this coin). Freed from NGC encapsulation #4936363-015> Lovely old collecting toning. Light porosity on the obverse, otherwise, about extremely fine.
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CYCLADES, Tenos. Circa 200-188 BC. Tetradrachm (Silver, 29 mm, 13.93 g, 12 h), Rhodian standard weight. Laureate head of Apollo Karneios to right with ram’s horn over his ear. Rev. ΤΗΝΙΩΝ Poseidon seated left on high-backed throne, holding dolphin in his right hand and trident in his left; to left in field, bunch of grapes. É&A-G 202.3. Very rare. Beautifully toned and most attractive. Good very fine.
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MYSIA. Lampsakos. Circa 500-450 BC. Stater (Electrum, 20.5 mm, 15.19 g), c. 480s-470s. Forepart of Pegasos to left, all within a wreath of vines with bunches of grapes. Rev. Quadripartite incuse square. Baldwin, Electrum 8-13 and pl. I, 7-11. Boston 1582. Gulbenkian II, 678. SNG Paris 1110-1111. SNG von Aulock 1289. Rare. Well-struck, well-centered and clear. Usual flan cracks, otherwise, good very fine.
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ISLANDS OFF CARIA, Kos. Circa 480-475 BC. Triple Siglos (Silver, 21x25 mm, 16.60 g). [ΚΟΣ] Nude ephebe standing facing, with one leg before the other and his torso bent to the left, his hands stretched out next to his head and holding a discus in his right, preparing to whirl and throw it; in the field to left, tripod. Rev. Crab within diagonally divided incuse square (the crab barely identifiable). Barron, Diskoboloi 10 (A8 / P5?). Extremely rare. With one of the great Greek numismatic depictions of an athlete – a triumph of late Archaic – early Classical die engraving. Some minor surface roughness and marks, otherwise, nearly extremely fine.
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PTOLEMAIC KINGS OF EGYPT. Ptolemy V Epiphanes, 205-180 BC. Tetradrachm (Silver, 28 mm, 13.99 g, 12 h), Soli in Cilicia. Jugate busts to right of Serapis, laureate, bearded and draped, and Isis, crowned, diademed and draped. Rev. ΠTOΛEMAIOY BAΣIΛEΩΣ Eagle with closed wings standing on thunderbolt to left, his head turned back to right, with cornucopia at his shoulder; in field to left, owl facing to left above ME; in field to right, AP. Landvatter 94-96 var (O32/R-). Svoronos 1136 var. Very rare, apparently unpublished. Very attractive, well-struck and sharp. Some minor marks and light traces of double-striking on the obverse, otherwise, extremely fine.
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Anonymous, c. 225-214/212 BC. Quadrigatus (Silver, 26 mm, 6.65 g, 6 h), Rome. Laureate janiform head of the Dioscouri; with a broad face, separated sideburns and a straight truncation. Rev. Jupiter, holding scepter in his left hand and preparing to hurl his thunderbolt from his right, standing right in a quadriga, which is driven to the right by Victory who stands beside him; below, tablet inscribed with ROMA in incuse letters. Cohen 23. Crawford 28/3. Sydenham 64a. Attractive and struck on a broad flan. Minor flan fault on the obverse , otherwise, about extremely fine.
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L. Hostilius Saserna, 48 BC. Denarius (Silver, 19 mm, 3.83 g, 4 h), Rome. Bare head of a Gallic woman to right, with long dissheveled hair; behind, carnyx. Rev. L.HOSTILIVS / SASERNA Diana standing facing, holding stag with her right hand and spear with her left. Babelon (Hostilia) 4. Crawford 448/3. CRI 19. Sydenham 953. Attractive and toned. Scratch on the obverse, otherwise, extremely fine.
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Claudius, 41-54. As (Copper, 29 mm, 11.24 g, 6 h), Rome, 41-42. TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP Bare head of Claudius to left. Rev. LIBERTAS AVGVSTA / S - C Libertas standing facing, her head turned to right, holding a pileus and the end of her cloak with her right hand and extending her left to right. BMC 145. BN 177. RIC 197. von Kaenel 62. A very attractive piece with a fine red-brown patina and a remarkable portrait. Good very fine.
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Nero, 54-68. Dupondius (Orichalcum, 30 mm, 16.06 g, 6 h), Lugdunum, 66. IMP NERO CAESAR AVG P MAX TR POT P P Laureate head of Nero to right; globe at point of bust. Rev. VICTORIA AVGVSTI / S C Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm. RIC 524. WCN 520. With an attractive green patina and earthen highlights. Good very fine.
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Civil Wars, 68-69. Denarius (Silver, 17 mm, 3.28 g, 6 h), Gaul, 67-68. SALVS GENERIS HVMANI Victory standing left on globe, holding wreath in her right hand and palm frond in her left. Rev. S P Q R within oak wreath. BMC 34-36. Cohen 420. Martin 77. Nicolas 75. RIC² 72. Rare. Attractive, clear and nicely toned. Obverse struck slightly off-center and reverse with traces of overstriking, otherwise, about extremely fine.
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Pupienus, 238. Denarius (Silver, 21 mm, 3.17 g, 5 h), Rome. IMP C M CLOD PVPIENVS AVG Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Pupienus to right. Rev. P M TR P COS II P P Felicitas standing left, holding a caduceus in her outstretched right hand and a long scepter with her left. BMC 52-54. Cohen 26. RIC 6. Attractive with an excellent portrait. Reverse lightly struck from a very worn die, otherwise, extremely fine.
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Gallienus, 253-268. Antoninianus (Silver, 21 mm, 2.57 g, 11 h), a 'hybrid' issue with a reverse proper to Valerian II, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne), 256/7. IMP GALLIENVS PIVS AVG Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gallienus to right. Rev. IOVI CRESCENTI Infant Jupiter seated facing left, on Amalthaea walking to right. Cohen 380. MIR 907 (only 2 examples cited). RIC 20. Extremely rare. Nicely toned and clear with fine details. Minor flan flaw on obverse, otherwise, good very fine.
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Heraclius Constantine, 641. Solidus (Gold, 19 mm, 4.51 g, 6 h), Constantinople, 10th officina (I), 11 March-July 641. Three standing emperors, all crowned, wearing chlamys and holding a globus cruciger; from left to right, Heraclonas, Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. Rev. VICTORIA AVႺЧ I / CONOB Cross potent on base and three steps; to left, Heraclian monogram; to right, Κ. DOC 45. MIB 52. S 770. Very rare, especially in this condition. A superb example. Virtually as struck.
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Heraclius, with Heraclius Constantine, 610-641. Solidus (Gold, 21.20 mm, 4.47 g, 7 h), Constantinople, 5th officina (E), c. 616-625. dd NN hERACLIUS ET hERA CONST P P AVC Crowned, with cross on circlet, draped and cuirassed facing busts of Heraclius, on the left, larger and bearded, and, on the right, Heraclius Constantine, smaller and beardless; above, between them, cross. Rev. VICTORIA AVςЧ E / CONOB Cross potent on base and three steps. DOC 13d. MIB 11. SB 738. Well centered. About extremely fine.
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Constans II, 641-668. Solidus (Gold, 20 mm, 4.44 g, 6 h), Constantinople, circa 642-643. dN CONSTANTINUS PP AVC Crowned and draped bust of Constans II facing, beardless and holding a globus cruciger in his right hand. Rev. VICTORIA AVςЧ I/ CONOB Cross potent on base and three steps. DOC 1 (Heraclonas). MIB 3a. SB 936. Rare and well struck. Good extremely fine.
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Philippicus (Bardanes), 711-713. Solidus (Gold, 20 mm, 4.50 g, 6 h), Constantinople, 9th officina. d N FILEPICЧS MЧLTЧS AN Crowned bust of Philippicus facing, wearing loros and holding globus cruciger in his right hand and eagle-tipped scepter in his left. Rev. VICTORIA AVςЧ Θ / CONOB Cross potent on base and three steps. DOC 1I. MIB 1. SB 1447. Rare. An attractive and clear example. Minor striking flatness, otherwise, good very fine.
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Leo VI the Wise, 886-912. Solidus (Gold, 19 mm, 4.31 g, 7 h), ca. 900-912. +MARIA+ Veiled bust of the Virgin facing, orans, wearing tunic and maphorion; to left and right, ΜΗR and Θu. Rev. LEOn En Χ.ω bASILEu S ROmωn Elaborate facing bust of Leo VI with long beard, and wearing a crown with a cross composed of four pellets, and a chlamys with tablion; holding globe surmounted by a patriarchal cross in his right hand. DOC 1a. S 1723. Extremely rare. An attractive and clear example. Some minor marks and edge bangs, otherwise. Nearly extremely fine.
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