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Asia Minor


Ancient Greek coinage of Asia Minor: Black Sea Area (Bosporos, Kolchis, Pontos, Paphlagonia, & Bithynia), Western Asia Minor (Mysia, Troas, Aiolis, Lesbos, Ionia, Lydia, & Caria), & Central & Southern Asia Minor (Phrygia, Lycia, Pamphylia, Pisidia, Lycanonia, Cilicia, Galata, Cappadocia).
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Alexander the Great's empire split into rival Hellenistic kingdoms ruled by his generals. The most far-flung part was Baktria. Greek settlers ruled over a much larger indigenous population. As centuries went by, this isolated outpost of Greek culture combined elements of both Greek and native traditions, oftentimes reflected in their bilingual coins.

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Bits 'n bobs


All other coinage, including Modern France, Russian Empire, and Aragonese Italy.

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Black Cabinet (Modern Forgeries)


Modern Forgeries. Fake Coin Reports filed on all forgeries, and all coins prominently labelled as forgeries. Many more forgeries in Fake Coin Reports; the ones here are those discovered to be fake after being posted to member galleries.

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Founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC, Carthage and its empire endured from the 7th to 3rd c. BC. Its far-flung trading empire included coastal north-west Africa, parts of Iberia, and many Mediterranean islands. Conflicts with the Greeks in Sicily continued into the 3rd c. BC, when Carthage also became embroiled in conflict with the new power in the region, Rome. Three major wars eventually led to destruction of Carthage in 146 BC.

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Continental Celts & Tribes of Britannia Gaul NW: Aulerci Eburovices, Carnutes, Coriosolites, Redones, Senones, Veneti. NE: Ambiani, Remi, Suessiones, Treveri. Central: Aediu, Arverni. Sequani. Southern: Massalia, Tolostates, Volcae-Arecomici. ?: Volcae Tectosages, Leuci, Senones. Britain: Atrebates & Regni, Cantii, Cantuvellauni, Corieltauvi, Cunobelin, Dobunni, Durotriges, Epaticcus, Iceni, Trinovantes, Cantuvellauni & Trinovantes. Central Europe & Danube (or Carpathian): Boii, Geto-Dacians, Hercuniates, and many unknown. This collection has been consigned for sale.

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Dark Ages


Vandals, Visigoths, aand Ostrogoths.

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Eastern Cultures


Empires or kingdoms located in the east, from the Greek and Roman perspective. The contraction of the Seleukid empire from its height of power in the 3rd c. BC led to a host of successor states, notably Baktria, Persis, Parthia, Indo-Parthians, Elymaians and Sasanians, Scythians, and Kushan (Yueh Chi). Many sub-kingdoms' histories remain unclear and much of the historical evidence is dependent on the numismatic record.

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Ancient Greek coinage of central Greece (including Thessaly, Illyria, Akarnania, Boeotia, Euboia, Attica, Aegina, Corinthia, & Sikyonia), the Peloponnesos (including Achaea, Argolis, Elis, Phokaia, Arkadia, & Lokri Opuntii), as well as Crete & the Cyclades.

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Greek Italy


Ancient Greek coinage of Magna Grecia in Italy: Bruttium, Calabria, Campania, Lucania, & Samnium. 

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Houses of Valentinian & Theodosius, and the Fall of the Western Roman Empire


Emperors and Usurpers: Valentinian I, Valens, Procopius, Gratian, Valentinian II, Theodosius I, Magnus Maximus, Flavius Victor, Eugenius, Arcadius, Honorius, Theodosius II, Constantine III, Constans II, Priscus Attalus, Maximus, Jovinus, Johannes, Valentinian III, Marcian, Avitus, Majorian, Leo I, Libius Severus, Anthemius, Olybrius, Glycerius, Julian Nepos, Leo II, Zeno, Basiliscus, Romulus Augustus.

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Illyria, Thrace, and Skythia


Thrace & Skythia (including Dacia, Moesia, and Paeonia).
Thracian mints: Abdera, Apollonia Pontika, Byzantion, Cherronesos, Koson, Maroneia, Mesembria, Neapolis, Potidaia, Sparadakos, Terone, & Thasos.

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Coins of Macedon, Cities and Kings of Macedon and Paionia. Includes the Hellenistic kings of Macedon and Roman successors.

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Medieval: Anglo-Gallic


British feudal lords in France and claimants to the throne of France, from Henry II and Richard I The Lionhearted to Henry VI.

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Medieval: Anglo-Saxon & British


Hammered Coinage of England from the Anglo-Saxon Kings of Wessex to the Tudor Kings and Queens

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Medieval: Carolingian


The Carolingian Empire was founded by the Frankish king Charlemagne - Charles the Great - and spanned much of France, Germany, Switzerland and northern Italy in the eighth to tenth centuries.

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Medieval: Crusaders


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Medieval: France


Hammered coins of Royal (Capetian, Valois) and Feudal (Provincial) France.
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Medieval: Nordic


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Military Anarchy & Revival, 235-285 AD


Emperors & Usurpers: Maximinus I, Gordian I, Gordian II, Balbinus, Pupienus, Gordian III, Philip I, Philip II, Jotapian, Pacatian, Trajan Decius, Herennius Etruscus, Hostilian, Trebonianus Gallus, Volusian, Aemilian, Valerian I, Gallienus, Macrianus, Quietus, Regalianus, Claudius Gothicus, Quintillus, Aurelian, Vabalathus, Tacitus, Florian, Probus, Carus, Numerian, Carinus.

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Ptolemaic Egypt


Hellenistic coinage of the Ptolemies, after Alexander the Great. Principal mints include Alexandria in Egypt, Paphos and Sidon in Cyprus, and Sidon and Tyre in Phoenicia.

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Roman Imperators, 49-27 BC


Pompey the Great, Julius Caesar, Brutus and Cassius, Sextus Pompey, Lepidus, Marc Antony, and Octavian.

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Roman Republic, 280-49 BC


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The Seleukid Empire, including the royal line, usurpers, and the municipal issues of Syrian cities. See discussion board (here).

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Coinage by the city-states often arose amidst conflict among Greek colonies, native Sicilians, and later arrivals, the Carthaginians and Romans. While Greek coin types and denominations predominated, the local litra and its fractions of onkiai survived until the Roman conquest in 212 BC, when local striking withered.

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The Adoptive Emperors & Antonine Dynasty, 96-192 AD


Emperors Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Lucius Verus, Commodus.

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The Civil Wars & Flavian Dynasty, 68-96 AD


Emperors Galba, Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian.

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The Civil Wars & Severan Dynasty, 193-235 AD


Emperors Pertinax, Didius Julianus, Pescennius Niger, Claudius Albinus, Septimius Severus, Caracalla, Geta, Macrinus, Diadumenian, Elagabalus, and Severus Alexander.

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The Gallic Empire, 260-274 AD


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Emperors Postumous, Aureolus, Laelian, Marius, Domitian, Victorinus, Tetricus I, & Tetricus II.

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The Julio-Claudian Dynasty, 27 BC-68 AD


Emperors Augustus, Tiberius, Caius Caligula, Claudius, and Nero.

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The Tetrarchy & Constantine Dynasty, 284-364 AD


Emperors: Diocletian, Maximian, Carausius, Allectus, Domitius Domitianus, Constantius I, Galerius, Severus II, Maximinus II, Maxentius, Licinius I, Valens, Martinian, Constantine I the Great, Constantine II, Constans, Constantius II, Nepotian, Vetranio, Magnentius, Julian, and Jovian.

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Table of Contents (TOC) prepared for key numismatic reference works.

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Philip I. Adventus Antoninianus of Rome.Roman Empire. Philip I. 244-249 AD. AR Antoninianus (21.5ᵍᵐ 4.44ᵐᵐ 7ʰ) of Rome, 2ⁿᵈ officina. 4th emission, AD 245. Radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right. IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG. / Philip on horseback riding left, raising hand and holding spear. ADVENTVS AVGG. EF. CNG EA 546 #411. Attractive light and golden toning. Ex Künker 318 (11 March 2019) #1559; Münzzentrum 171 (14 January 2015); Dr. Klaus Berthold Collection (Lanz 22, 10 May 1982) #811. RIC IV.3 #26b (pl. 5 #12); RSC IV #3.AnaximanderSep 23, 2023
Clodius Albinus. Aesculapius Denarius of Rome. Roman Empire. Clodius Albinus. 195-197 AD. AR Denarius. (3.23ᵍᵐ 18ᵐᵐ 12ʰ) of Rome. Struck under Septimius Severus. Bare head right. D CLOD SEPT ALBIN CAES. / Aesculapius standing left, holding serpent entwined rod on ground. COS II. nEF/gVF. Davisson's E-Auction 47 #119. Iridescent old toning. RIC IV.1 #2 (pl.2 #13); RSC III #9.AnaximanderSep 23, 2023
Thrace. Maroneia. Head of Dionysos / Standing Dionysos. Tetradrachm.Thrace. Maroneia. 189/8-49/5 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.58 gm, 31mm, 12h). Wreathed head of young Dionysos right. / Dionysos standing slightly left, holding grapes and narthex wands; monogram to inner left, Ꙩ to inner right; ΔIONYΣOY ΣΩTHPOΣ MAPΩNITΩN. VF Davisson's E-Auction 47 #33. "Very Fine; lightly toned; a few marks on reverse; clear and attractive." Schönert-Geiss 1099 (V31/R111); HGC 3.2 #1556; Moushmov 3940; Sear Greek I #1635; ACNAC Dewing 1295.AnaximanderSep 23, 2023
Corinthia, Corinth. Pegasos and Pallas Athena Stater. Greece. Corinthia. 345-307 BC. AR Stater (8.28 gm, 21.6mm, 3h) of Corinth. Bridled Pegasos flying left with pointed wing, halter fluttering above. Ϙ below. / Head of Pallas Athena left, wearing Corinthian helmet over leather cap. Nike flying left behind, carrying thymiaterion (incense burner). nEF. CNG EA 544 #113. Very Rare. Ravel Period IV #934 (P379/T535); Pegasi I #347; BCD Corinth – ; BMC 334 (pl.6 #10, same dies); HGC 4 #1834 corr. (photo labeled 185); Pozzi (Hirsch Sale, 1920) #1677; Cammann (Corinth) #84.AnaximanderSep 23, 2023
Lucania. Helmeted head of Leukippos. Nomos. Greek Italy. Lucania. Circa 340-330 BC. AR Nomos (7.89ᵍᵐ 20.5ᵐᵐ 1ʰ) Helmeted head of Leukippos right; to left, lion head right; [AP] monogram below chin. / Barley grain with leaf to left, club above leaf. META to right, [AMI] below. VF. CNG EA 544 #16. Iridescent tone. Ex Manhattan Sale II (Freeman & Sear, 4 January 2011) #104; Ex Lakeview Collection (UBS 59, 27 January 2004) #5174. Johnston Class B, 2; HN Italy 1575, SNG Cop. 1 (Italy) #1208.AnaximanderSep 23, 2023
Feudal France, Penthièvre, Stephen I. Denier of Guingamp, Brittany.France. Feudal, Penthièvre, Stephen I. 1093-1138. AR Denier (0.81ᵍᵐ 19.3ᵐᵐ 2ʰ) of Guingamp, Brittany. Head right. ✠ ϬVINϬAMP. / Cross pattée, star in 1ˢᵗ and 2ⁿᵈ quarters. ✠ ᔕTEPhAN COᲗ. aVF. Agora Auctions 111 #286. Ex Pegasi Numismatics (Spartan Sale 76 #310). Ghosting on obv. from rev. cross. Roberts 4954; Boudeau 144 (4f); Poey d'Avant I #1444. cf. Duplessy, Féodales I (type immobilisé) #364; de Wit 350.AnaximanderSep 23, 2023
Feudal France, Lorraine. Antoine le Bon. Sol de guerre of Nancy. France. Feudal, Lorraine. Antoine le Bon. 1508-1544. AR Sol de guerre (1.12 ᵍᵐ 20.1ᵐᵐ 1ʰ) of Nancy. Crowned ducal coat of arms. ✠ ΛȠThOȠ ˣ a ᵜ Ϭ ᵜ CΛLABЧ ᵜ LO. / Sword pointing down. ✠ ᙏOȠЄTΛ · FΛCTΛ · ȠΛȠCЄ. aEF. Agora Auctions 111 #288. Ex Bir Collection (Pegasi Numismatics Auction 25 #805). De Saulcy pl. XIV #14; Roberts 9437; Boudeau 1509.1 commentsAnaximanderSep 23, 2023
Antiochos VII Euergetes. Athena Nikephorus Tetradrachm  of Antioch. Seleukids. Antiochos VII Euergetes. 138‑129 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.47ᵍᵐ 29.2ᵐᵐ 12ʰ) Antioch on the Orontes. Diademed head of Antiochos VII right. / Athena Nikephorus standing left holding shield, spear, and Nike facing right, crowning epithet. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΑΝΤΙΟΧΟΥ|ΣΥΣΡ-ΓΕΤΟΥ. ⏃⟑ to outer left, AM to inner right. EF. Final series. Goldberg Pre-Long Beach Auction 2023 #1591. SC 2061.4e; HGC 9 #1067d; Newell SMA 283; SNG Cop 7 (Syria) #315; SNG Spaer 1858; Babelon Rois 1142-1143. cf. CNG EA 500 #351, SC 2061.4g, with obv. die link to this coin (Lorber Die Gp.12 A101).AnaximanderAug 02, 2023
Demetrios II Nikator, 1st reign. Tetradrachm  of Antioch.Seleukids. Demetrios II Nikator, 1st reign. 145‑140 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.70ᵍ 28.3ᵐᵐ 1ʰ) Antioch on Orontes, 145/144 BC. Diademed bust of Demetrios II right. / Apollo seated left on omphalos, testing arror, hand on bow. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ|ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ ΘΕΟΥ ΦIΛAΔEΛΦOY NIKATOPOΣ. Palm & ΠΑ monogram to left, ⨺P between legs, HΞΡ in ex. (SE168). EF. Goldberg Pre-Longbeach Auction 2023 #1589. SC 1907.1g var. (⨺P control not a recorded variety on tetradrachm); HGC 9 #957d. Obv. die link to SC 1907.1g (ANS 1944.100.76508).AnaximanderAug 02, 2023
Leo I. Æ Nummus of Constantinople. Roman Empire. Leo I. 457‑474 AD. Æ Nummus (0.87 gm, 9.5mm, 7h). Constantinople mint. Pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right. D N LEO P F AVG. / Lion crouching left, head right, tail right [all within wreath]. ex: CON. aVF. CNG EA 541 #623, ex-CNG 525 #1359. RIC X # 674; DOC LR 573-575; LRBC 2260. Dark brown surfaces.AnaximanderAug 02, 2023
Capetians, Philippe IV le Bel. Maille Tierce à l'O rond. France. Capetians, Philippe IV le Bel. 1285‑1314 AD. AR Maille Tierce (1.46ᵍᵐ 19ᵐᵐ 9ʰ) à l'O rond. Short cross pattée. ✠PhILIPPVS REX, ✠BH̅DICTV̄⁝ SIT⁝ HOᙏЄȠ⁝ DOᙏIȠI. / Châtel Tournois, cross above, with floral border of 10 lis. ✠TVRONVS˚ CIVIS (R with tail). VF. CNG EA 542 #548. From the Chris J. Sabine Collection. Duplessy Royales I #219E; Ciani 214 ; Lafaurie - ; Roberts 2498.AnaximanderAug 02, 2023
England. Plantagenet, Edward III. Halfpenny of London.England. Plantagenet, Edward III. 1327‑1377. AR Halfpenny (0.41ᵍᵐ 15.1ᵐᵐ 12ʰ) 4ᵗʰ coinage of London, 1361-1369. Crowned bust facing ☩ ЄDWARDVS • RЄX • AN (Cross potent, curule X, pellet stops). / Long cross pattée with ∴ in each quarter. CIVI TΛS LOȠ DOȠ. nVF. CNG EA 540 #699. ex-CNG EA 475 #800. From the Old Bailey Collection. Withers II 17; North (Treaty Series G) 1274; Spink SCBC (Treaty period) 1634.AnaximanderAug 02, 2023

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Lucilla, Augusta and wife of Lucius Verus. Concordia. Denarius.Roman Empire. Lucilla, Augusta and wife of Lucius Verus. 161-169 AD. AR Denarius (3.21 gm, 18.7mm, 12h) of Rome, 166-169 AD. Draped bust right, LVCILLA AVGVSTA. / Concordia seated left, holding patera and cornucopiae. CONCORDIA. gVF. Pegasi Numismatics Auction VII #574. RIC III (M. Aurelius) #759; BMCRE 333; RSC 7; MIR 26. SRCV II #5480.Anaximander
Titus. Elephant Denarius of Rome.Roman Empire. Titus. 79-81 AD. AR Denarius (3.24 gm, 18.5mm, 6h) of Rome 80 AD. Laureate head of Titus, right. IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG PM (⟲ outward). / Elephant left. TR P IX IMP XV COS VIII P P (⟳ inward). VF. Bt. Coral Gables 2001. RIC II #22a, II.1 #115; BMCRE 43; CBN 37; RSC 303; SRCV I #2495.1 commentsAnaximander
Akanthos. 430-390 BC. AR Tetrobol Macedon, Akanthos. 430-390 BC. AR Tetrobol (2.30 gm, 15mm) light Thraco-Macedonian standard. Forepart of bull kneeling l., looking back. Swastika above, dotted border. / Shallow quadripartite incuse square of dots.  gVF.  SNG ANS 7 #39-41; AMNG III/2 #35 (plate VII #13); BMC Macedonia 33; HGC 3.1 #392; SNG Ashmolean III #2212; SNG Cop 2 (Macedonia) #17; SNG Fitzwilliam III #1893. cf. CNG EA 42 #140-141.Anaximander

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