Auction 87 - Tauler&fau Selection

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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. 17,22 g. Rarely visible crest and neackle on this issue. Luster. Rare with this presentation. Almost MS. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

700 €

Crest and neackle!!

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. 17,22 g. Rarely visible crest and neackle on this issue. Very well centered struck. It retains some luster. Rare with this presentation. Almost MS. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

700 €

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. 17,22 g. It retains some luster. AU. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

600 €

Wonderful

Bruttium. Rhegion. Hemidrachm. 415-387 BC. (HN Italy-2498). Anv.: Head of lion facing. Rev.: PH within olive sprig. Ag. 2,09 g. Magnificent piece. AU. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Campania. Neapolis. Nomos. 300-275 BC. (Sng Ans-356). Anv.: Diademed head of nymph to right, wearing triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace; below neck truncation, XAPI; to left, kantharos. Rev.: (NEOΠOΛITHΣ). Man-headed bull walking right; above, Nike flying right, placing wreath on bull's head; below, K. Ag. 7,32 g. Fine style. XF/Almost XF. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

450 €

Caria. Kaunos. Drachm. 166-150 BC. Ktetos magistrate. (Sng von Aulock-8102). Anv.: Laureate head of Zeus right. Rev.: Winged thunderbolt; KTH-TOΣ top, monograms K-XA and lyre bottom left. Ag. 2,89 g. A good sample. XF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

200 €

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Caria. Mylasa. 1/48 stater. Century VI BC. (SNG Kayhan-925/927). (SNG von Aulock-7795/7796). Anv.: Facing lion's head. Rev.: Scorpion within incuse square. Au. 0,30 g. Rare. Choice VF/XF. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

300 €

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Cilicia. Pharnabazos. Stater. 380-379 BC. Tarsos. (McClean-5917). (Sng von Aulock-5917). Anv.: Head of Arethusa facing slightly left; dolphin to lower left. Rev.: Helmeted and bearded male head (Ares?) left.. Ag. 10,40 g. Soft tone. Almost XF. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Cilicia. Tarsus. Estátera. 360-334 BC. Mazaios. (Sng París-335). (Sng Levante-106 var). Anv.: Baal of Tarsus enthroned and facing left, holding in the left hand a long sceptre; in the right hand a cluster of grapes, an ear of corn, and an eagle perched, facing right; Under the throne a monogram; and legend in the field to the right. Rev.: Lion attacking and devouring an ox, above legend in Aramaic: MZDI, "MAZDAI" = MAZAIOS. Ag. 10,87 g. XF. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Ionia. Uncertain. 1/48 stater. 600-550 BC. (SNG Kayhan-708/10). (Rosen-293). Anv.: Lion's head to right. Rev.: Quadripartite incuse. Au. 0,28 g. Choice VF. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

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Ionia. Erythrai. Hekte. 550-500 BC. (Sng von Aulock-1942). (Sng Kayhan-737/38). Anv.: Head of Herakles left, wearing lion skin headdress. Rev.: Rough quadripartite incuse square . Au. 2,56 g. XF. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

500 €

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Macedon. Pangeion Region. 1/8 Stater. 500-549 BC. Siris. (Svoronos-pl 8, 11). (Sng Ans-971-3, as Lete). Anv.: Satyr crouching right, two pellets flanking. Rev.: Quadripartite incuse square divided diagonally. Ag. 1,00 g. Very rare. XF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

250 €

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Macedon. Dikaia. Hemiobol. 425-400 BC. (Traité-IV 1439). (Hgc-3.1). Anv.: Head of nymph left. Rev.: Forepart of bull right; Δ on body; all within incuse suare. Ag. 0,35 g. Extremely rare. Magnificent piece. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

250 €

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Thraco-Macedonian Region. Uncertain. Hemidrachm. 520-500 BC. (Sng Cop-767). (Weber-4731). Anv.: Grape bunch. Rev.: Quadripartite incuse square . Ag. 2,43 g. Beautiful old cabinet patina. Very rare. Choice VF. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

600 €

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Mysia. Kyzikos. Hekte. 550-500 BC. (Von Fritze-15 Similar with Hekte). Anv.: Two tunny fish: one above swimming to right and the lower to left; below, between them three points. Rev.: Quadripartite incuse. Au. 2,50 g. Very rare. Choice VF. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

600 €

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Sicily. Panormos. Litra. 400-380 BC. (Jenkins-Punic p.75, 12). (Sng Ans-548). (Hgc-2, 1050). Anv.: Youthful male head left, small swastika behind. Rev.: Bearded, man-headed bull walking to left, head facing; Punic legend above. Ag. 0,56 g. Patina. Choice VF. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

200 €

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Sicily. Thermai Himeraiai. Litra. 383-376 BC. (Buceti-3). (Hgc-1614). Anv.: Head of Hera right, wearing polos; ΘΕΡΜΙΤΑΝ before, AP front. Rev.: Herakles seated left on lion skin draped over rock, holding club, bow behind. Ag. 0,90 g. A good sample. Excellent style. Beautiful tone. Almost XF. Est...750,00.

Starting bid

400 €

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Sicily. Entella. Tetradrachm. 345/38-320/15 BC. (Jenkins-Punic Series 2a). (Hgc-2, 270). Anv.: Head of Kore right, wearing wreath of grain ears, triple-pendant earring, and pearl necklace. Rev.: Horse walking left; palm tree in background.. Ag. 17,77 g. Soft tone. Very rare. Choice VF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

1.000 €

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From E.E. Clain-Stefanelli Collection

Sicily. Syracuse. 5 litrae. 269-215 BC. (Sng Cop-828). (Sng Ans-889-890). Anv.: Veiled head of Philistis left. Rev.: Nike driving slow biga right; in right field, K. Ag. 4,36 g. Rare. From E.E. Clain-Stefanelli Collection. Almost XF. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

350 €

Carthaginian coinage in Sicily. Stater. 350-320 BC. Carthage. (Jenkins-Lewis-Grupo VI -). Anv.: Head of Tanit to left, wearing grain wreath, triple-pendant earring and pendant necklace. Rev.: Horse standing to right on single exergual line, seven pellets below over the line. Au. 7,44 g. Minor scratch on reverse. Rare. Choice VF/Almost XF. Est...1600,00.

Starting bid

1.000 €

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. 8,55 g. Beautiful specimen. XF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

900 €

Thrace. Byzantion. Stater. 260-245 BC. In the name and types of Lysimachos. (Hgc-3, 1374 var). Anv.: Diademed head of the deified Alexander right, with horn of Ammon. Rev.: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΛΥΣΙΜΑΧΟΥ, Athena Nikephoros seated left, left arm resting on shield, transverse spear in background; spiral ornament on throne, monogram AE to left,  no control marks. Au. 8,95 g. Rare. AU/XF. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.500 €

Rare Antigonos III Doson

Kingdom of Macedon. Antigonos III Doson. Tetradrachm. 227-225 BC. Amphipolis. (Touratsoglou-52/3). (SNG Alpha bank-1046/7). (SNG München-1121/3). Anv.: Head of Poseidon to right, wearing wreath of marine plants. Rev.: BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIΓONOY, Apollo, testing bow in extended right hand, seated to left on prow to left; monogram below. . Ag. 17,21 g. Rare. Almost XF. Est...2000,00.

Starting bid

1.200 €

Kingdom of Macedon. Alexander III, "The Great". Tetradrachm. 322-320 BC. Amphipolis. (Price-115). Anv.: Head of Herakles on the right covered with lion skin. Rev.: Zeus seated on left with sceptre and eagle, in front tripod. Ag. 17,07 g. Almost XF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

220 €

Kingdom of Macedon. Alexander III, "The Great". Tetradrachm. 310-301 BC. Lampsakos. (Price-1398 similar). (Müller-1191 similar). Anv.: Head of Herakles on the right covered with lion skin. Rev.: Zeus seated left with sceptre and eagle, before greek letters. Ag. 16,81 g. Slight deposits. Almost XF/Choice VF. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Kingdom of Macedon. Alexander III, "The Great". Tetradrachm. 125-70 BC. Odessos. (Price-1181). (Müller-419). Anv.: Head of Herakles on the right covered with lion skin. Rev.: Zeus seated left with sceptre and eagle, in front OE and below monogram. Ag. 16,20 g. Choice VF. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

180 €

Fine style

Kingdom of Parthia. Mithradates II. Tetradrachm. 119-109 BC. Seleukeia on the Tigris. (Sellwood-24.4). (Shore-67). Anv.: Diademed and draped bust left, wearing long beard, earring, and torque; all within pelleted border. Rev.: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΥ ΑΡΣΑΚΟΥ ΕΠΙΦΑΝΟΥΣ, archer (Arsakes I) seated right on omphalos, holding bow in outstretched right hand; palm to outer right; TV in exergue. Ag. 16,04 g. Magnificent piece. Fine style. AU. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

1.000 €

Carthage Nova. Shekel. 220-205 BC. Cartagena (Murcia). (Abh-535). Anv.: Male head to left. Rev.: Horse standing to the right, behind palm tree. Ag. 7,29 g. Patina. VF. Est...650,00.

Starting bid

400 €

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Unlisted

Carteia. Half unit. 80-20 BC. San Roque (Cadiz). (Abh-unlisted). (Acip-unlisted). (C-unlisted). Anv.: Vulcan head to the right, behind pincers. Rev.: Prow right, CL VAL LL above. Ae. 4,74 g. Greenish patina. Very rare. VF. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Same illustrated by Villaronga

Emporiton. Drachm. Century III-II BC. Cataluña. (Abh-1138). (Acip-289, same dies). Anv.: Female head right, three dolphins around. Rev.: Pegasus, with Chrysaor head right, and greek legend nº 4 below. Ag. 4,70 g. Same illustrated specimen num. 4 of "Les dracmes ibèriques i llurs divisors", by Leandre Villaronga. Nice dark patina with slight iridescences. Almost XF/Choice VF. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

400 €

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IKALKUS

Ikalkusken. Unit. 120-20 BC. Iniesta (Cuenca). (Abh-1398). (Acip-2076). Anv.: Male head right. Rev.: Horseman left, holding round shield and spear, iberian legend IKALKUS in exergue. Ae. 11,12 g. Almost VF. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

200 €

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Ikalkusken. Unit. 120-20 BC. Iniesta (Cuenca). (Abh-1399). (Acip-2079). Anv.: Male head right, dolphin behind. Rev.: Horseman left, holding round shield and spear, iberian legend IKALKUSKEN in exergue. Ae. 9,74 g. Fine style. Almost XF. Est...650,00.

Starting bid

500 €

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Ikalkusken. Half unit. 120-20 BC. Iniesta (Cuenca). (Abh-1401). (Acip-2080). Anv.: Male head right. Rev.: Horse left, crescent and star above, legend IKALKUSKEN below. Ae. 279,00 g. Rare. Choice VF. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

250 €

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Ikalkusken. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Iniesta (Cuenca). (Abh-1402). (Acip-2084). Anv.: Male head right. Rev.: Horseman left, holding round shield and chlamys and leading a second horse, iberian legend IKALKUNSKEN below. Ag. 3,87 g. Almost XF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Ikalkusken. Unit. 120-20 BC. Iniesta (Cuenca). (Abh-1416). (Acip-2087). Anv.: Male head left, caduceus before, dolphin behind. Rev.: Horseman left, holding spear, legend IKALKENSKEN in exergue. Ae. 20,72 g. Exceptional specimen of very fine art. XF. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.800 €

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Iltirta. Half unit. 200-20 BC. Lleida (Cataluña). (Abh-1472). (Acip-1265). Anv.: Male head right, three dolphins around. Rev.: Horse right, crescent above, iberian legend ILTIRTA below. Ae. 7,43 g. Attractive specimen. AU/XF. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

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Denarius of Sekaisa

Sekaisa. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Area of Aragon. (Abh-2118). (Acip-1543). Anv.: Male head right, iberian letters SE behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding palm, iberian legend SEKAISA below. Ag. 3,99 g. Old cabinet tone. A very good sample. Rare. Almost XF. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.500 €

Anonymous. Didrachm - quadrigatus. 225-214 BC. Rome. (Craw-28/3). Anv.: Laureate head of Janus. Rev.: Jupiter standing in galloping quadriga driven by Victory to right, holding sceptre and reins in left hand, brandishing thunderbolt overhead in right hand; ROMA incuse on tablet below. Ag. 6,76 g. Sharply struck on reverse. Large flan. 24 mm. Almost XF/XF. Est...750,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Fine style

Anonymous. Didrachm - quadrigatus. 225-214 BC. Rome. (Craw-28/3). (Sydenham-64c). (Rsc-23). Anv.: Laureate head of Janus. Rev.: Jupiter standing in galloping quadriga driven by Victory to right, holding sceptre and reins in left hand, brandishing thunderbolt overhead in right hand; ROMA (in relief within linear frame). Ag. 6,73 g. Delicate patina. Beautiful specimen. Minor scratch on the edge. AU. Est...1100,00.

Starting bid

600 €

Sharp, very attractive and brigth

Anonymous. Didrachm - quadrigatus. 225-214 BC. Rome. (Babelon-23). (Craw-28/3). Anv.: Laureate head of Janus. Rev.: Jupiter, holding sceptre and brandishing thunderbolt, in quadriga driven to right by Victory; ROMA in relief on rectangular tablet below . Ag. 6,51 g. Sharp, very attractive and brigth. AU. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

800 €

Aurelius. M. Aurelius Scaurus. Denarius. 118 BC. Narbo. (Ffc-185). (Craw-282/1). (Cal-256). Anv.: Head of Roma right, wearing helmet of Phrygian form, M. AVRELI ROMA., (VR interlace) before. ROMA X behind. Rev.: Bituitus in biga right, holding shield, carnyx and reins in Ieft hand and hurling spear with right hand, SCAVRI. (AVR interlace), below. L. LIC. CN. DOM, in exergue. Ag. 3,86 g. Slight cleaning. Minor scratches on reverse. Otherwise a good sample. Almost XF. Est...180,00.

Starting bid

90 €

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Caecilius. C.Caecilius Metellus Caprarius. Denarius. 125 BC. Rome. (Ffc-203). (Craw-269/1). (Cal-279). Anv.: Head of Roma right, ROMA behind, X below chin. Rev.: Jupiter, crowned by flying Victory, in biga of elephants left, holding thunderbolt in left hand, C. METELLVS., (ME interlace) in exergue. Ag. 3,74 g. Delicate patina. Choice VF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

120 €

Caecilius. Q. Caecilius Metellus Plus Scipio y M. Eppius. Denarius. 47-46 BC. Africa. (Ffc-217). (Craw-471/1). (Cal-292). Anv.: Head of Africa right, wearing elephant's skin, but head smaller, corn stalk and Q. METELL before, plough below, SCIPIO. IMP behind. Rev.: Hercules standing facing, EPPIVS on right, LEG. F.C., (Legatus flandum curavit) on Ieft. Ag. 3,93 g. Tone. Choice VF. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

120 €

Calpurnius. Denarius. 90 BC. Rome. (Craw-340/1). Anv.: Laureate head of Apollo right, horse´s head behind. Rev.: Horseman galloping right holding palm, below L PISO FRVGI / LVII. Ag. 3,94 g. Sharply struck and toned. AU. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Cassius. Q. Cassius Longinus. Denarius. 55 BC. Rome. (Ffc-557). (Craw-428/3). (Cal-411). Anv.: Head of Bonus Eventus right, sceptre behind. Rev.: Eagle right on thunderbolt between lituus and capis. Q. CASSIVS., below. Ag. 3,93 g. Sharp and clear, a lovely example. XF. Est...250,00.

Starting bid

120 €

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Ex E.E. Clain-Stefanelli collectiom

Coelius. C. Coelius Caldus. Denarius. 51 BC. Rome. (Ffc-583). (Craw-437/1a). (Cal-450). Anv.: C. COEL. CALDVS., before head of the Consul C. Coelius Caldus right, COS., below, tablet inscribed: L . D. behind. Rev.: CALDVS IIIVIR. and round buckler before radiate head of Sol right; behind, oval buckler, on which thunderbolt. Ag. 3,07 g. Minor porosity and areas of weakness. From the collection of E.E. Clain-Stefanelli. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Cornelius. Cn Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus. Denarius. 76-75 BC. Hispania. (Ffc-628). (Craw-393/1b). (Cal-487). Anv.: G. P. R. above diademed bust of the Genius of the Roman People draped right, sceptre on shoulder. Rev.: EX. S.C. divided by terrestrial globe between rudder and sceptre. CN. LENT.CVR. X .FL (NT interlace) below. Ag. 3,23 g. Slightly iridescent patina. Attractive. XF/AU. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Cornelius. L. Cornelius Sylla Félix, imperator. Denarius. 81 BC. (Ffc-629). (Craw-375/2). (Cal-488). Anv.: Head of Venus right. Rev.: Q. (quaestor) below, double cornucopiae. Ag. 3,74 g. Pleasant color and appearence. Some original luster remaining. AU/XF. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

180 €

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