E-Auction 80 - Ancient World Vol. IX

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Attica. Tetradrachm. 454-404 BC. Athens. (Gc-2526). (Sng Cop-31). Anv.: Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with three olive leaves above visor and spiral palmette on bowl. Rev.: Owl standing to right with head facing, olive sprig and crescent behind, ΑΘΕ before; all within incuse square. Ag. 17,20 g. Almost XF. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Attica. Tetradrachm. 440-404 BC. Athens. (Gc-2526). (Sng Cop-31). Ag. 16,56 g. Test cut. Choice F. Est...80,00.

Starting bid

50 €

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Attica. Athens. Tetradrachm. 454-404 BC. Eastern imitation. (Sng Cop-31). (Kroll-8). Anv.: Head of Athena to right, wearing earring, necklace, and crested Attic helmet decorated with three olive leaves over visor and a spiral palmette on the bowl. Rev.: Owl standing to right with head facing, olive sprig with berry and crescent in upper left field, AΘE to right; all within incuse square. Ag. 16,10 g. Choice VF/VF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

120 €

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Attica. Athens. New Style Tetradrachm. 152-151 BC. Ammonios, Kallias, and Epiphanes magistrates. (Hgc-4, 1602). (Thomson-593c). Anv.: Helmeted head of Athena rigth. Rev.: Owl standing to the right on the amphora, two torches to the right, E on the amphora, ΣO below. all inside crown. Ag. 13,48 g. Choice F. Est...100,00.

Starting bid

70 €

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Boiotia. Thebas. Hemidrachm. 425-375 BC. (BCD Boeotia-408). (Sng Cop-289). Anv.: Boeotian shield. Rev.: kantharos, club above, o to left; all within incuse square. Ag. 2,51 g. VF. Est...75,00.

Starting bid

40 €

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Bithynia. Kalchedon. Hemidrachm. 366-340 BC. (Sng Cop-354). (Sng Black Sea-110). Anv.: Forepart of a bull left, KALX above; pentagram before. Rev.: Three grain ears. Ag. 1,69 g. Rare. Choice VF. Est...100,00.

Starting bid

60 €

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Calabria. Tarentum. Nomos. 272-240 BC. Aristokrates magistrate. (Vlasto-908). (HN Italy-1041). Anv.: Youth on horseback right, crowning horse; behind, Nike flying right, crowning youth; APIΣTO-KPATHΣ in two lines below. Rev.: Taras astride dolphin left, holding cornucopiae and trident; PI to left, herm to right, TAPAΣ below . Ag. 6,12 g. Almost VF. Est...180,00.

Starting bid

120 €

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Calabria. Tarentum. Nomos. 272-240 BC. (Sng Ans-1155). (HN Italy-1025). Anv.: Nude rider crowning horse left, ΣΥ to right, ΛΥKΙ-ΝΟΣ in two lines below. Rev.: ΤΑ-ΡΑ[Σ]; Taras riding dolphin left, brandishing trident, wearing chlamys around shoulders and left arm, to right owl standing left. Ag. 6,59 g. Almost XF. Est...160,00.

Starting bid

120 €

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Calabria. Tarentum. Stater. 272-240 BC. (Sng Ans-1165). (Vlasto-836). (Cy-327). Anv.: Rider on horseback left, crowning horse; SU above, LUKI/NOS in two lines below. Rev.: Phalanthos astride dolphin left, hurling trident; owl to right. Ag. 6,84 g. Tone. Almost XF. Est...250,00.

Starting bid

180 €

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Caria. AE 12. 200-27 BC. Alabanda. (Sng Cop-7). Anv.: Zebu. Rev.: Lyre. Ae. 1,83 g. XF. Est...60,00.

Starting bid

40 €

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Sátrapas de Caria. Halikarnassos. Drachm. 377/6-353/2 BC. Maussolos. (Sng von Aulock-2362). (Bmc-9 ff). Anv.: Laureate head of Apollo facing, turned slightly to right. Rev.: ΜΑΥΣΩΛΛΟ Zeus Laubraundos standing right, holding long scepter and double ax. Ag. 3,64 g. VF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

120 €

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Euboia. Histiaia. Tetrobol. 197-146 BC. (Gc-2496). (Bmc-47). Rev.: ΙΣΤΙ-ΑΙΕΩΝ. Ag. 2,15 g. Almost XF/XF. Est...75,00.

Starting bid

40 €

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Epirote Republic. Epeiros. Drachm. 234-168 BC. (Franke-Group II). Anv.: Laureate head of Dodonaean Zeus right; monograms behind and below. Rev.: Eagle standing right on thunderbolt, ΑΠΕΙ to left, ΡΩΤΑΝ to right; all within wreath . Ag. 4,52 g. Patina. Choice VF/VF. Est...160,00.

Starting bid

120 €

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Galia. Massalia. 3/4 Obol. 500-475 BC. (Auriol-Group Qa). (Maurel-49 var). Anv.: Head of a ram to left. Rev.: Quadripartite incuse square. Ag. 0,60 g. Tone. Almost VF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

130 €

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Galia. Massalia. Obol. 470-460 BC. (Auriol-Annexe 2, 9). (Maurel-107). Anv.: Archaic head of Apollo to left. Rev.: Swastika pattern incuse square . Ag. 0,92 g. Almost XF. Est...250,00.

Starting bid

150 €

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Central Gaul. Sequani. Quinarius. Century I BC. Togirix. (Lt-5550). Anv.: TO(GIRIX). Stylized head helmeted to left.. Rev.: Stylized horse lef, above TOGIRIX. Ag. 1,82 g. VF. Est...90,00.

Starting bid

50 €

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Ionia. Miletos. 1/12 stater. 520-450 BC. (SNG Kayhan-476/81). (Sng Keckman-273). Anv.: Forepart of roaring lion right. Rev.: Stellate pattern within incuse square . Ag. 1,32 g. XF. Est...80,00.

Starting bid

60 €

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Ionia. Klazomenai. Diobol. 499-494 BC. (Sng München-451). (Sng Cop-6). (Bmc-3). Anv.: Forepart of winged boar right. Rev.: Quadripartite incuse square . Ag. 1,15 g. VF. Est...50,00.

Starting bid

30 €

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Lesbos. Uncertain. 1/12 stater. 478-460 BC. (Hgc-6, 1067). Anv.: Heads of two confronted boars; ΛEΣ above. Rev.: Quadripartite incuse square. Ag. 1,07 g. VF. Est...60,00.

Starting bid

30 €

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Lycia. Phaselis. Drachm. 167-100 BC. (Troxell-Lycian 53.1-53.10). Anv.: Head of Apollo laureate on the right with bow and quiver on the shoulder. Rev.: Kythara; beam on the left and torch on the right, above ΦΑΣΗΛΗ . Ag. 2,46 g. A good sample. XF. Est...120,00.

Starting bid

80 €

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Lycian Dynasts. Masikytes. Hemidrachm. 44-18 BC. (Troxell-86). Anv.: Apollo's head to the right. Rev.: Kytharam between M - A, all within square incuse. Ag. 1,77 g. VF/Choice VF. Est...75,00.

Starting bid

50 €

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Lucania. Metapontion. Stater. 330-290 BC. Ly- magistrate. (HN Italy-1592). (Cy-421). Anv.: Wreathed head of Demeter to right, wearing triple-pendant earring and necklace. Rev.: Ear of barley with leaf to right; META upwards to left, star above leaf, ΛY in lower left field. Ag. 7,69 g. Punch mark on reverse. Choice VF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

130 €

Macedon. Pangeion Region. Triemiobol. 500-490 BC. Siris. (Sng Ans-971/973). Anv.: Satyr crouching right between two pellets. Rev.: Diagonally divided quadripartite incuse square . Ag. 1,13 g. A good sample. Choice VF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

130 €

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Massalia. AE 11. Century I BC. Marseille. (Lt-2110). Anv.: Head of Minerva with Corinthian helmet on the right. Rev.: Leon right. Ae. 1,46 g. Scarce. Almost VF/VF. Est...50,00.

Starting bid

30 €

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Mysia. Parion. Drachm. 550-520 BC. (Sng Cop-256). (Rosen-525). (Asyut-612). Anv.: Facing head of gorgoneion with open mouth and protruding tongue. Rev.: Irregular incuse punch . Ag. 3,15 g. Choice VF. Est...80,00.

Starting bid

50 €

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Mysia. Parion. Drachm. 550-520 BC. (Sng Cop-256). (Sng France-1343). Anv.: Facing head of gorgoneion with open mouth and protruding tongue. Rev.: Irregular incuse punch . Ag. 3,59 g. VF. Est...60,00.

Starting bid

40 €

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Mysia. Parion. Hemidrachm. Century IV BC. (Bmc-14/16). (Sng France-1356/1357). Anv.: Bull standing left, head reverted; ΠA above, PI below. Rev.: Facing gorgoneion with protruding tongue, serpents around . Ag. 2,39 g. Delicate patina. XF/Choice VF. Est...120,00.

Starting bid

70 €

Mysia. Kyzikos. Hemiobol. 450-400 BC. (Sng von Aulock-1213). (Klein-265). Anv.: Forepart of boar to left, tunny fish behind. Rev.: Head of roaring lion to left; star to upper left; all within incuse square . Ag. 0,77 g. Slight reverse deposits. XF. Est...90,00.

Starting bid

50 €

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Mysia. Pergamon. Cistophorus. 166-167 BC. (Gc-3949 var). (Sng Paris-1729). Anv.: Cista mystica from which snake coils; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev.: Two snakes coiled around a bow case. Ag. 12,48 g. ΑP above monogram of ΠPY. Almost XF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

120 €

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Mysia. Pergamon. Cistophorus. 85-76 BC. (Sng Cop-441). (Sng Bnf-1755-1756). Anv.: Serpent emerging from cista mystica; all within ivy wreath. Rev.: Two serpents entwined around bow and bowcase; ΦI over monogram above, civic monogram to left, serpent-entwined thyrsos to right. Ag. 12,11 g. Patina. Choice VF. Est...100,00.

Starting bid

70 €

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Pisidia. Selge. Trihemiobol. 350-300 BC. (Gc-5478). Ag. 0,96 g. Buen ejemplar. Choice VF. Est...50,00.

Starting bid

30 €

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Pamphylia. Perge. AE 14. 260-230 BC. (Sng France-369-371). Ae. 2,74 g. Choice VF. Est...25,00.

Starting bid

10 €

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Pamphylia. Aspendos. Stater. 300-250 BC. (Cy-2911). (Gc-5398). Anv.: Two wrestlers grappling; AN between. Rev.: (EΣ)TFEΔ(IIYΣ), slinger in throwing stance right; triskeles to right; all within pelleted square border . Ag. 10,81 g. Delicate patina. Choice VF/VF. Est...250,00.

Starting bid

180 €

Peloponnese. Sikyon. Obol. 370-330 BC. (BCD Peloponnesos-247). (Hgc-5, 222). Anv.: Dove alighting right, (Σ) behind. Rev.: Dove flying right, (E) behind. Ag. 1,18 g. VF. Est...50,00.

Starting bid

30 €

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Ex Dr. J.P Van Erp (✝ 1972)

Peloponnese. Sikyon. Triobol. 320-280 BC. (Bmc-111). (Bdc-Peloponnesos 303.5). Anv.: Chimaera standing left, raising forepaw; ΣI below. Rev.: Dove flying left.. Ag. 2,43 g. Patina. Almost VF. Est...60,00.

Starting bid

35 €

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Phrygia. Apameia. AE 24. 100-50 BC. (Sng Cop-165). Ae. 5,98 g. Attalos and Bianoros, magistrates. VF. Est...35,00.

Starting bid

20 €

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Phrygia. Apameia. AE 20. 88-40 BC. (Sng Cop-172). Ae. 10,12 g. Attalos, son of Bianoros, magistrate. Choice VF. Est...50,00.

Starting bid

15 €

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Sicily. Time of Dionysios I. Hemilitron. 405-367 BC. (Sng Ans-434-46). (Hgc-2, 1456). Anv.: Head of Athena to left, wearing laureate Corinthian helmet; ΣΥΡ[Α] inverted above. Rev.: Bridled hippocamp to left. Ae. 9,58 g. Choice VF. Est...140,00.

Starting bid

80 €

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Sicily. Syracuse. AE 17. 308-307 BC. Agathokles. (Sng Ans-751). (CNS-119). Anv.: Head of Athena to right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet. Rev.: ΣΥΡΑΚ-ΟΣΙΩΝ, winged thunderbolt. Ae. 2,59 g. Rare. Choice VF. Est...100,00.

Starting bid

50 €

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Thrace. Koson. Stater. 42 BC. (RPC-1701). (Gc-1733). Anv.: Roman consul (L. Junius Brutus?) walking left, accompanied by two lictors, monogram before, KOΣΩN in exergue. Rev.: Eagle with spread wings standing left on sceptre, clutching laurel wreath in right talon. Au. 8,58 g. Perfectly centered struck. Pleasant color and appearence. AU. Est...1100,00.

Starting bid

700 €

Thrace. Abdera. Tetrobol. 385-375 BC. Magistrate Philaios. (Sng Cop-337). (May, Abdera-426). Anv.: Griffin seated left; below wing, A(BΔ). Rev.: ΕΠI ΦΙΛΑ(IO) Hermes standing right, wearing Petasos; to lower right, astragalos; all within shallow incuse square. Ag. 2,81 g. Patina. Choice VF/VF. Est...100,00.

Starting bid

70 €

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Thrace. Mesembria. Diobol. Century VI BC. (SNG BM Black Sea-268/271). (Topalov, Messambria-8). (Karyatov I-37/37). Anv.: Frontal helmet. Rev.: Wheel with META within the spokes and radiant lines on the edge . Ag. 1,21 g. Choice VF. Est...80,00.

Starting bid

50 €

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Thrace. Byzantion. Hemidrachm. 340-320 BC. (SNG Stancomb-2). (Schönert-Geiss-236/590). Anv.: Bull standing to left atop dolphin left; 'ΠΥ above. Rev.: Quadripartite incuse square in the form of 'mill sail' device . Ag. 2,45 g. VF. Est...60,00.

Starting bid

30 €

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Thessaly. Pharsalos. Drachm. Century V-IV BC. (Bcd-Thessaly II 642). (Weber-2907). Anv.: Helmeted head of Athena right, helmet decorated with Skylla. Rev.: Warrior, wearing petasos, holding lagobolon overhead, on horseback right; small B and Φ on horse's hind quarter and shoulder, respectively; d below; all within incuse square. Ag. 5,80 g. VF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

120 €

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Troas. Dardanos. Obol. Century V BC. (Klein-303). (Sng Ashmolean-1119). Anv.: Rooster standing to left. Rev.: Cross-hatch design. Ag. 0,63 g. Scarce. F/Almost VF. Est...50,00.

Starting bid

30 €

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Zeugitania. AE 19. 264-241 BC. (Gc-6526). (Sng Cop-151). Rev.: Horse head to right, in front of Phoenician letter ayin. Ae. 5,81 g. Almost XF. Est...110,00.

Starting bid

90 €

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Cappadocian Kingdom. Ariarathes VII Philometor. Tetradrachm. 107/6-104/3 BC. Mint A (Eusebia-Mazaka). In the name and types of Antiochos VII Euergetes. (Lorber & Houghton-Serie 1, 3, 98/106). (SC-2148). Anv.: Diademed head of Antiochos VII to right. Rev.: Athena Nikephoros standing left, holding spear and spear and resting upon shield set on ground; ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟY to right, EYEPΓETOY to left, monogram above A in outer left field. O to inner left, Λ to inner right; all within wreath . Ag. 16,42 g. deposits on the obverse. Choice VF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

150 €

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Cappadocian Kingdom. Ariobarzanes I Philoromaios. Drachm. RY 2 = 95/4 BC. Eusebia-Mazaka. (Simonetta-2 var). Anv.: Diademed head right. Rev.: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΡΙΟΒΑΡΖΑΝOY ΦΙΛΟΡΩΜΑΙOY, Athena Nikephoros standing left; monogram in inner left field, B (date) in exergue. Ag. 4,18 g. Choice VF. Est...100,00.

Starting bid

60 €

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