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Asia Minor


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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).
(please choose 'Position Δ' for proper order)

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Baktria


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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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Carthage


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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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Celtic


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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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Eastern Cultures


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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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Greece


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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


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

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Illyria, Thrace, and Skythia


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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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Macedon


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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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Ptolemaic Egypt


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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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Seleukids


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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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Sicily


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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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Roman Republic, 280-49 BC


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* Please select 'Position ▼' to see the gallery sorted in its proper chronological order. *

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Roman Imperators, 49-27 BC


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

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The Julio-Claudian Dynasty, 27 BC-68 AD


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

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The Civil Wars & Flavian Dynasty, 68-96 AD


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

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The Adoptive Emperors & Antonine Dynasty, 96-192 AD


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

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The Civil Wars & Severan Dynasty, 193-235 AD


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

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Demetrios I Sotor. Stern of galley. AE of Tyre.Seleukids. Demetrios I Sotor. 162-150 BC. Æ (20mm, 5.15 gm, 1h) of Tyre, 159/158 BC. Diademed head of Demetrios I r. / Stern of galley l. with aphlaston and rudder; [L]Δ[N]P (SE 154) above, TYPIΩN & 𐤭𐌌𐤋 (Phoenician: of Tyre) below. Beveled edge, and small central cavities on both sides. gVF CNG 504 #146. From the Liggett Collection, purchased from First Light Coins, May 2009. SC II #1671 (same obv. die); DCA 114; HGC 9 #830; SNG Spaer 1314-1318; SNG Fitzwilliam IV #5678; Houghton CSE 736; Newell Tyre 47. AnaximanderJan 16, 2022
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Demetrios I Sotor. Tyche Enthroned Tetradrachm of Antioch.Seleukids. Demetrios I Sotor. 162-150 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.49 gm) of Antioch on the Orontes, 152-151 BC. Diademed head of Demetrios I r. / Tyche draped & seated l. on throne supported by winged tritonesse r., holding sceptre & cornucopia. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ. Controls ΠΑ ΑΠ to l., date AΞP (SE 161) in ex. VF. Davissons EA42 #32. "From an American collection formed in the mid-20th C." SC 1641.6b; CSA 158; DCA 109; HGC 9 #798; Newell SMA #117=Mantis 1944.100.75354 (same obv. die)-5; SNG Spaer 1277; BnF Gallica Louis De Clercq #98-99, Henri Seyrig R 3724.AnaximanderJan 16, 2022
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Bottiaia. 2½ obol of PellaMacedon, Cities. Bottiaia. c. 187-168 BC. AR 2½ obol (1.85 gm) of Pella. Macedonian shield with tetraskelis, a whorl ornament, at center composed of five crescents. / Stern of galley l., hull inscribed BOTTEATΩΝ. nEF. Davissons EA 33 #21. ACNAC Dewing 1219; AMNG III/1 p. 46 #119; BMC p. 64 #1; HGC 3.1 #358; SNG Ashmolean 3289; SNG Cop 2 (Macedonia) #136.AnaximanderDec 15, 2021
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Tripoli, Raymond II. Denier.Crusaders. Tripoli, Raymond II. 1137-1152 AD. AR Denier (0.69 gm). Short cross pattée with pellets in first two qtrs. +RAMVNDS COMS. / Star over large crescent with seven pellets between rays; pellets below crescent. CI⩒ITAS ׃ TRIP☼LIS (with pellet in ☼). VF. Bt. Louis di Lauro, 1999. Malloy Preston Seltman CCS (Tripoli) #7/#8 (℞ V with pellet & ☼ in legend); Schlumberger pl.4 #4.AnaximanderNov 06, 2021
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Tripoli, Bohemund VII. Gros.Crusaders. Tripoli, Bohemund VII. 1275-1287 AD. AR Gros (4.21 gm). Short cross pattée w/in tressure of twelve arcs. ✠SЄPTIMVS⁝ BOЄMVNDVS⁝ COMЄS (w/ triple pelleted S). / Triple-towered gateway; crenelated; all within tressure of twelve arcs. ✠CIVITAS⁝ TRIPOLIS⁝ S⋎RIЄ (w/ pelleted S). gVF. CNG 51 #1803 (part of). Metcalf Crusades (1983 ed. #358), (1995 ed. #497); Malloy Preston Seltman CCS (Tripoli) #26; Schlumberger pl.4 #21.1 commentsAnaximanderNov 06, 2021
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Tripoli, Bohemund VI. Gros.Crusaders. Tripoli, Bohemund VI. 1251-1275 AD. AR Gros (4.24 gm). Short cross within octafoil tressure of arcs & angles. ✠BOЄMVNDVS ⁝ COMЄS (pelleted N). / Eight-pointed star within tressure of arcs, pellet stops. ✠ C𐊑V𐊑TAS ⁝ TR𐊑POL𐊑 gVF. CNG 51 #1803 (part of). Metcalf Crusaders (1983 ed. #356), (1995 ed. #490); Malloy Preston Seltman CCS (Tripoli) #22; Schlumberger pl.4 #19.1 commentsAnaximanderNov 06, 2021
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Tripoli, Bohemund V. Star Denier.Crusaders. Tripoli, Bohemund V. 1233-1251 AD. BI Denier (0.69 gm). New style "Star" denier. Short cross pattée with three pellets in second qtr. ✠BΛMVND' COMS. / Eight-pointed star with annulets between rays. ✠CIVITΛS TRIPOL'. VF. Bt. The Time Machine, 1999. Metcalf Crusaders (1983 ed. #399-402), (1995 ed. #546-8); Malloy Preston Seltman CCS (Tripoli) #19; Sabine 75-127 (Type 5); Schlumberger pl.4 #17.AnaximanderNov 06, 2021
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Spain, al Andalus. Millares.Crusaders. Spain, al Andalus. XII-XIII Century AD. AR Millares (1.15 gm). Christian imitation of Almohad (Muwahhid) coinage. / Degenerate Arabic legends both sides. gVF. Pegasi Numismatics Auction 38 #761. ex PNC collection. Medina 529. cf Pegasi XXXVI (2017-05-23) #742, 757, 782.AnaximanderNov 06, 2021
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Rhodes, Order of St. John, Raymond Bérenger. Gigliato.Crusaders. Rhodes, Order of St. John, Raymond Bérenger. 1365-1374. AR Gigliato (3.78 gm). Grand Master kneeling before patriarchal cross, shield of arms to r. +F◦ RAIMVnDVS⸰ BЄRЄnGARII· D°̥GR⸰ m. / Cross fleury, ea. arm terminating in shield with arms of the Order. ✠OSPITAL·ˀS· IOhS· IRLnI· QTS⁝ RODI⸪ EF. Pegasi Numismatics. Sale 122 #535. Malloy Preston Seltman CCS (Rhodes) #22; Metcalf Crusades (1995 ed. #1208-1210); Schlumberger pl.10 #7.AnaximanderNov 06, 2021
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Latin Empire of Constantinople. Scyphate Trachy.Crusaders. Latin Empire of Constantinople. 1204-1261 AD. AE scyphate trachy, Latin Imitative (2.56 gm) of 1204-8. Virgin Mary ("Theotokos"), nimbate, seated on throne w/ back, wearing tunic and maphorion, holding nimbate head of Christ. / Emperor stdg, wearing stemma, divitision, & chlamys, holding labarum & anexikakia. aVF. Bt. Gables Coin, 1999. Early Period, possibly Baldwin, Henry of Flanders, or Peter de Courtenay. cf. DOC IV (Latin Cpl.) #1.7; MPS CCS (Latin) #1; Hendy, Type A pl.25, #6-10; Sear B #2003.AnaximanderNov 06, 2021
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Jerusalem, Baldwin III of Anjou. Denier.Crusaders. Jerusalem, Baldwin III of Anjou. 1143-1163 AD. BI Denier (1.26 gm). 'Rough' series. Short cross pattée in beaded border, B˙A˙LdVINV RЄᵡ (Baldwin, King…), blundered legend, A with dotted bar, undotted X). / Tower of David in beaded border, ✠dⲉ IЄRVS˙A˙LЄH (of Jerusalem). VF. Bt. Louis di Lauro, 1999. Malloy Preston Seltman CCS (Jerusalem) #10var ("Baldvinvs"); Metcalf NC 138 (1978) Series 3a (pl.21 #21-25), Crusades (1995 ed. #153); Schlumberger pl.3 #22var (same).1 commentsAnaximanderNov 06, 2021
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Jerusalem, Amaury I. Denier.Crusaders. Jerusalem, Amaury I 1163-1175 BI denier (18.5 mm, 0.78 gm). Short cross pattée with ∘ in the 2nd and 3rd qtr. AMALRICVS RЄX (double-barred A) / Church of the Holy Sepulchre, 🞧 DЄ IЄRVSALЄM. VF. Agora Auctions Sale 51 #273. MPS-CCS (Jerusalem) #29; Metcalf Crusades (1995 ed. #178-184) colonnade type b.AnaximanderNov 06, 2021

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Tripoli, Raymond II. Denier.Crusaders. Tripoli, Raymond II. 1137-1152 AD. AR Denier (0.69 gm). Short cross pattée with pellets in first two qtrs. +RAMVNDS COMS. / Star over large crescent with seven pellets between rays; pellets below crescent. CI⩒ITAS ׃ TRIP☼LIS (with pellet in ☼). VF. Bt. Louis di Lauro, 1999. Malloy Preston Seltman CCS (Tripoli) #7/#8 (℞ V with pellet & ☼ in legend); Schlumberger pl.4 #4.Anaximander
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Demetrios I Sotor. Drachm of Antioch.Seleukids. Demetrios I Sotor. 162-150 BC. AR Drachm (4.13 gm) of Antioch on the Orontes, 153/2 BC. Diademed head of Demetrios I r. with long hair. / Cornucopia. Two monograms above ΞΡ (SE 160). ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ | ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ ΣΩΤΗΡΟΣ. nEF. CNG 421 #319. From the MNL Collection. Ex Pars Coins Inventory. SC 1642.2b; ANS Mantis 1944.100.75350-2; Babelon 751; DCA 111; HGC 9 #806; Houghton CSE I #157; McDonald Hunterian Coll. #23; Newell SMA 115; Pozzi 2974.Anaximander
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Cilicia, Baal/Wolf obol of Tarsos.Asia Minor. Cilicia, Tarsos. 4th C. BC. AR Obol (0.64 gm). Baal seated l., holding corn ears with bunch of grapes & scepter. / Forepart of wolf r., crescent facing down behind, pellet above. VF. Bt. Herakles Numismatics, 2011. SNG France 2 #456 corr. (pellet over crescent); SNG Levante 226 corr. (same); BMC p.176 #87 corr. (same, plate 32 #9). cf. SNG Cop 6 (Lycaonia-Cilicia) #317-318 var. (same).Anaximander

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