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Constantine Era Bronze Coin in Plastic Holder, 307 - 364 A.D.

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The coin in the photo is randomly selected example, not the actual coin you will receive.
SL35619. Bronze coin, Constantine and his family, in plastic holder, Fine or better, no grades on holders, one coin; $3.50 (2.98)


Lot of 8 VF - gVF Roman Silver Denarii

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LT86802. Silver Lot, 8 silver denarii, VF - gVF, nice coins, all well centered, maximum diameter 18.4-19.2 mm, the actual coins in the photographs, unattributed, no flips or tags, 8 coins; $550.00 (467.50)


Lot of 9 Roman Silver Denarii - Includes Desirable Types!

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LT86801. Silver Lot, 9 Roman silver denarii, maximum diameter 16.5-19.3 mm, the actual coins in the photographs - includes some desirable types, unattributed, no flips or tags, 9 coins; $500.00 (425.00)


Lot of 8 VF - Choice VF Roman Silver Denarii

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LT86804. Silver Lot, lot of 8 silver denarii, VF - Choice VF, all nice, well centered coins,, maximum diameter 17.1-21.0 mm, the actual coins in the photographs, unattributed, no flips or tags, 8 coins; $500.00 (425.00)


Lot of 8 Choice VF Roman Silver Denarii

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LT86805. Silver Lot, 8 Roman silver denarii, VF - Choice VF, all nice, well centered coins, maximum diameter 17.2-19.2 mm, the actual coins in the photographs, unattributed, no flips or tags, 8 coins; $500.00 (425.00)


Lot of 8 Nice VF Well Centered Roman Silver Denarii

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LT86803. Silver Lot, lot of 8 silver denarii, VF, nice, well centered coins, maximum diameter 17.7-19.9 mm, the actual coins in the photographs, unattributed, no flips or tags, 8 coins; $480.00 (408.00)


Lot of 8 Nice Roman Silver Denarii

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LT86800. Silver Lot, 8 Roman silver denarii, aVF - gVF, all nice, most choice, maximum diameter 17.7-20.1 mm, the actual coins in the photographs, unattributed, no flips or tags, 8 coins; $400.00 (340.00)


Lot of 5 Roman Silver Antoniniani

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LT86799. Silver Lot, 5 Roman silver antoniniani, aVF or better, all well centered, good metal, maximum diameter 21.9-24.3 mm, the actual coins in the photographs, unattributed, no flips or tags, 5 coins; $200.00 (170.00)


Judaea (Yehudah), Ptolemaic Rule, Ptolemy II Philadelphos, 285 - 246 B.C.

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Ptolemy II requested copies of Jewish texts for the Library at Alexandria. There they were translated and transcribed by seventy Jewish scholars hired for the purpose, creating the Septuagint, the oldest Greek version of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament). Many of the oldest Biblical verses among the Dead Sea Scrolls, particularly those in Aramaic, correspond more closely with the Septuagint than with the Hebrew text.
SH54977. Silver Meshorer TJC 32; Mildenberg Yehud pl. 21, 24; Hendin 1087, gF, weight 0.192 g, maximum diameter 6.4 mm, die axis 180o, Jerusalem(?) mint, 285 - 246 B.C.; obverse diademed head of Ptolemy I right; reverse eagle standing half left on thunderbolt, wings open, head left, Aramaic YHDH (Yehudah) on left; $100.00 (85.00)


Kingdom of Persis, Second Unknown King, 1st Century A.D.

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Persis was located in what is now southern Iran. "Persians" settled the area as early as the 8th century B.C. From the time after its conquest by Alexander the Great, Persis was most often quasi-independent, under the hegemony of a Seleukid or Parthian king. Immediately following Alexander's death, Persis was subject to the Seleucid Kingdom. About 290 B.C., Persis regained independence. The coins produced during this period were Greek-inspired, but inscriptions were Aramaic, symbolic of Persis' rejection of the Greek ruling class. Sometime between c. 250 and 223 B.C., the Seleucids regained control. Mithradates II later incorporated Persis as a sub-kingdom of Parthia. Under Parthian domination, the coins and appearance of the kings depicted on them assumed the Parthian style. The last King of Persis, Artaxerxes, defeated the Parthians and founded the Sassanian Empire.
GS63296. Silver hemidrachm, Tyler Smith, type 1, 210 ff. var.; BMC Arabia, 238, 18 var.; Sunrise 646 var.; Alram IP 619 var. (none with 3 rows of pellets), gVF, toned, tight flan, light deposits, weight 1.285 g, maximum diameter 12.7 mm, die axis 90o, Persepolis (Fars Province, Iran) mint, 1st century A.D.; obverse bearded bust left, wearing diadem with two-loop tie and Parthian-style tiara with three rows of pellets enclosing pellet above crescent; reverse diadem, formally presented with two ties laid across center; rare variety; $100.00 (85.00)




  







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