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Antiochos III Drachm15 views1 commentsMark R1Jul 27, 2019
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MITHRIDATES VI of PONTUS AE19. EF-/VF+. Amisos mint.10 viewsObverse:Aegis with gorgoneion
Reverse:Nike advancing right, holding wreath and palm branch. Monogram and mint legend AMIΣΟΥ in field.

Very good exemplar of this popular issue, in EF-/VF+ condition, conserving complete details in both sides and precious dark green patina totally natural. Uncommon in this condition.

SNG BM 1177-1191. Amisos mint, circa 105-85 b.C. 8,35 g - 19 mm
1 commentsMark R1Jul 27, 2019
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ARIOBARZANES I Philoromaios AR Drachm. EF+. Eusebeia (Cappadocia mint)6 viewsObverse: Diademed head right.
Reverse: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ / ΑΡΙΟΒΑΡZΑΝΟΥ / ΦΙΛΟΡΩΜΑΙΟΥ. Athena standing left, holding Nike and spear, and resting hand upon shield; monogram to inner left; HK (date) in exergue.

Excellent exemplar, in EF+ condition, practically uncircullated. Precious bust of the cappadocian king. High quality silver with remainings of its original brightness.

HGC 7, 846. Eusebeia (Cappadocia) mint, 68-67 b.C. 4,2 g - 15,5 mm
Mark R1Jul 27, 2019
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MARONEIA (Thrace) AR Tetradrachm. EF-/VF+. Dyonisos10 viewsObverse: Head of Dionysos right, wearing ivy wreath.
Reverse: ΔIONYΣOY ΣΩTHPOΣ / MAPΩNITΩN, Dionysos standing slightly left, holding grape bunch and narthex stalks; in fields, two monograms.

Very nice exemplar, in EF-/VF+, conserving complete details in both sides, including a precious head of the god Dyonisos. Quality silver.

BMC 252. Maroneia (Thrace) mint, circa late 2nd to early 1st Century BC. 16,6 g - 31 mm
1 commentsMark R1Jul 26, 2019
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LYCIAN LEAGUE. Masicytes. Ca. 32-30 BC.14 viewsLYCIAN LEAGUE. Masicytes. Ca. 32-30 BC. AR hemidrachm (15mm, 1.78 gm, 12h). XF. Head of Apollo right, wearing taenia / ΛΥΚΙΩΝ, cithara; M-A/Σ-I across fields, all within incuse square. RPC I 3304. Troxell, LL, 104-109. 1 commentsMark R1Jul 17, 2019
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THRACE, Byzantion. Circa 387/6-340 BC. AR Drachm7 viewsTHRACE, Byzantion. Circa 387/6-340 BC. AR Drachm (16mm, 3.77 g). Bull standing left on dolphin left; monogram to lower left / Quadripartite incuse square with stippled quarters. Schönert-Geiss, Byzantion, Period II.2, Obv. Group VII; SNG BM Black Sea 8–11 var. (obv. control mark).Mark R1Jul 09, 2019
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SELEUKID EMPIRE. Antiochos VI Dionysos. 144-142 BC. 12 viewsSELEUKID EMPIRE. Antiochos VI Dionysos. 144-142 BC. AR Drachm (18mm, 4.23 g, 1h). Antioch on the Orontes mint. Dated SE 169 (144/3 BC). Radiate and diademed head right / Apollo, testing arrow and resting hand on bow, seated left on omphalos; Φ between Apollo’s feet, [Θ]ΞP (date) and ΣT[A] in exergue. SC 2002.1a; HGC 9, 1036a; DCA 182. Beautifully toned and lustrous.1 commentsMark R1Jul 09, 2019
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CALABRIA, Tarentum. Circa 272-240 BC.17 viewsCALABRIA, Tarentum. Circa 272-240 BC. AR Nomos (20mm, 6.48 g, 9h). Warrior on horseback right, holding shield and spear; DI above; APO[LL/WNIOS] in two lines below / Phalanthos riding dolphin left, head facing with flowing chlamys around left arm, holding trident in right hand; crowning Nike to left; waves below. Vlasto 894-898; HN Italy 1038. Lustrous2 commentsMark R1Jul 09, 2019
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KINGS of PAEONIA. Patraos. Circa 335-315 BC. AR Tetradrachm12 viewsKINGS of PAEONIA. Patraos. Circa 335-315 BC. AR Tetradrachm (26 mm, 12.62 g, 8h). Lustrous EF. Damastion mint(?). Laureate head of Apollo right / Warrior on horse rearing right, spearing enemy warrior who defends with shield and spear. Paeonian Hoard 434. Superb EF with unusually well struck up types. Irregular flan (not clipped or cut1 commentsMark R1Jul 09, 2019
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Macedonia, Terone, Tetrobol, 424-422 BC16 viewsMacedonia, Terone, Tetrobol, 424-422 BC, , Silver, HGC:3.1-696
Oinochoe
Quadripartite incuse square
T - E
CARACTERISTICS
COIN CONDITION COMMENTS high relief
PATINA dark patina
PATINA ancient patina
FLAN well-centered flan
COMPOSITION Silver
DIAMETER 15
DENOMINATION Tetrobol
YEAR 424-422 BC
GREECE PROVINCE Macedonia
HGC 3.1-696
GREEK COIN THEME Terone
1 commentsMark R1Jul 03, 2019
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Mysia, Parion, Hemidrachm, Variety, , Silver, SNG France:--16 viewsCoin, Mysia, Parion, 4th century BC, Hemidrachm, , Silver, SNG France:--
Bull standing left, head reverted; pellet between hind legs
Facing gorgoneion
rare variety with pellet between hind legs
CARACTERISTICS
COIN RARITY rare variety
COMPOSITION Silver
GREECE PROVINCE Mysia
DIAMETER 12.5
DENOMINATION Hemidrachm
GREEK COIN THEME Parion
1 commentsMark R1Jul 02, 2019
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Cistophorus, Pergamon, , Silver, SNG von Aulock:7472 92-88 BC11 viewsBasket (cista mystica) from which snake coils, around, ivy wreath with fruits
Two snakes coiled around a bow case, between the snake heads, ΑΠ ΠΡΥ as monogram in wreath, to left, monogram of ΠΕΡΓ, to right, thyrsos entwined by a serpent
CHARACTERISTICS
COMPOSITION Silver
MINT NAME Pergamon
DENOMINATION Cistophorus
YEAR 92-88 BC
SNG VON AULOCK 7472
Mark R1Jul 02, 2019
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Acarnania, Leucas, Stater, Leukas, EF(40-45), Silver, Pozzi:1317v20 viewsCOIN CONDITION EF(40-45)
MAIN CATEGORY Coins
COMPOSITION Silver
WEIGHT (GRAMS) 7.90
DENOMINATION Stater
GREECE PROVINCE Akarnania
GREEK COIN THEME Leucas
POZZI 1317v
MINT NAME Leukas
2 commentsMark R1Jul 02, 2019
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MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III the Great (336-323 BC)8 viewsMACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Alexander III the Great (336-323 BC). AR tetradrachm (27mm, 16.92 gm, 3h). NGC Choice XF 5/5 - 4/5. Early posthumous issue of Tyre, under Ptolemy I Soter, as satrap, dated Regnal Year 35 of Azemilkos (315/4 BC). Head of Heracles right, wearing lion skin headdress, paws tied before neck / AΛEΞANΔPOY, Zeus seated left on backless throne, right leg drawn back, feet on stool, eagle in right hand, scepter in left; ?O (Phoenician for Azemilkos) to right of ||||| - // (date) in left field. Price 3291 (Ake).

For the reattribution of the Alexander series of Ake (Price) to Tyre, see A. Lemaire, "Le monnayage de Tyr et celui dit d'Akko dans la deuxième moitié du IV siècle avant J.-C.," RN 1976, and G. Le Rider, Alexander the Great: Coinage, Finances, and Policy (Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 2007), pp. 125-34.
Mark R1Jul 02, 2019
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ARCADIA. Cleitor. Ca. 370-350 BC. AR obol (12mm, 0.85 gm, 3h). 24 viewsARCADIA. Cleitor. Ca. 370-350 BC. AR obol (12mm, 0.85 gm, 3h). NGC MS 4/5 - 3/5. Head of Athena right wearing crested Attic helmet with upturned cheek flap; Λ behind / Κ-Λ-H, horse galloping right, trailing rein. BCD Peloponnesos 1420-1. 2 commentsMark R1Jun 21, 2019
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PAMPHYLIA. Side. Ca. 5th century BC. AR stater (18mm, 10.81 gm, 9h)39 viewsPAMPHYLIA. Side. Ca. 5th century BC. AR stater (18mm, 10.81 gm, 9h). About VF. Ca. 430-400 BC. Pomegranate, beaded border / Head of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet pushed back on head, all within shallow incuse square. SNG France 628-9. SNG von Aulock 4765. 3 commentsMark R1Jun 20, 2019

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CILICIA. Celenderis. Ca. 425-350 BC. AR stater (20mm, 10.69 gm, 9h)11 viewsCILICIA. Celenderis. Ca. 425-350 BC. AR stater (20mm, 10.69 gm, 9h). VF. Persic standard, ca. 425-400 BC. Youthful nude male rider, holding reins in right hand and kentron in left, dismounting from horse prancing to left; A below / KEΛ, goat with long whiskers kneeling left, head right; two long stalks above, one terminating in flower, the other in large ivy leaf, all in incuse circle. BMC -. SNG France 2, 46. Mark R1
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ISTROS AR Drachm. EF-/EF. Eagle over Dolphin.31 viewsObverse: Facing male heads, the left inverted
Reverse: IΣTPIH. Sea-eagle left, grasping dolphin with talons.

in EF-/EF condition, conserving full details in both sides, very bold reliefs and high quality silver.

SNG BM Black Sea 237. Istros (Thrace) mint, 400-350 BC. 5,0 g - 17,5 mm
3 commentsMark R1
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MARONEIA (Thrace) AR Tetradrachm. EF-/VF+. Dyonisos10 viewsObverse: Head of Dionysos right, wearing ivy wreath.
Reverse: ΔIONYΣOY ΣΩTHPOΣ / MAPΩNITΩN, Dionysos standing slightly left, holding grape bunch and narthex stalks; in fields, two monograms.

Very nice exemplar, in EF-/VF+, conserving complete details in both sides, including a precious head of the god Dyonisos. Quality silver.

BMC 252. Maroneia (Thrace) mint, circa late 2nd to early 1st Century BC. 16,6 g - 31 mm
1 commentsMark R1
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BOEOTIA. Thebes. Ca. 395-338 BC. AR stater (12.05 gm). NGC XF 5/5 - 3/523 viewsBOEOTIA. Thebes. Ca. 395-338 BC. AR stater (12.05 gm). NGC XF 5/5 - 3/5. Kalli(machus?), magistrate, ca. 363-338 BC. Boeotian shield / Amphora; KA-ΛΛI across fields; all within concave circle. BCD Boiotia 555.3 commentsMark R1