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Floor auction 10  -  09.09.2018 09:00
GREEK,ROMAN,BYZANTINE, ITALIAN AND WORLD COINS

# 1–20 of 1059

Greek coins | Cilicia | Tarsos

Lot 1
Mazaios (Mazaeus) (361-331 BC). Statere 340 BC. Tarsos 10.77 g. Baal of Tarsos seated left, holding eagle, grain ear, grapes, and scepter; TR / Lion attacking bull left; Ø 24 mm. Levante 106, GC. 5650 var

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; Greek coins; CILICIA; Tarsos
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Greek coins | Macedonian Empire | Empire

Lot 2
Alexander III the great (336-323 BC). Tetradramma 330-320 BC. Byblos 17.24 g. Bolaffi 27, n. 544, Ø 28 mm. Sear 6721 var R

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; Greek coins; MACEDONIAN EMPIRE; Empire
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Greek coins | Seleucid Empire | diverse

Lot 3
Antiochus VIII Grypos (121-96 BC). Tetradrachme Antioch 16.41 g. Ø 30 mm

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; Greek coins; SELEUCID EMPIRE; diverse
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Lot 4
Philippos I Philadelphos (95-83 BC). Tetradrachme 15.03 g. Ø 28 mm

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; Greek coins; SELEUCID EMPIRE; diverse
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Greek coins | Sicily | Nacona

Lot 5
Bronze 307-305 BC. 1.95 g. Ø 17 mm. B 7 RRR

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; Greek coins; SICILY; Nacona
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Greek coins | Sicily | Syracusa

Lot 6
Agathocles (317/316-289 BC). 5 Litrai 0.73 g. Head of nymph right, wearing single-pendent earring / Octopus. Ø 9,5 mm. SNG ANS 620 (same dies) RR

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Greek coins | Sicily | Taormina (Tauromenion)

Lot 7
Hemilitron 357-345 BC. 28.69 g. Campanian mercenaries, Ø 30 mm. HGC 2, SNG ANS 1234 RR

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Roman coins | Republic | diverse

Lot 8
Anonymous (280-241 BC). 60 as 211-208 BC. Rome 3.37 g. Helmeted head of Mars to right; below left, value. Rev. ROMA Eagle, with spread wings, standing right on thunderbolt. Ø 16 mm. Crawford 44/2 R

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Lot 9
Anonymous (225-212 BC). Quadrigatus (Didrachme) 6.45 g. Ø 23 mm. Crawf. 28/3 R

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Lot 10
Pompeo Magno (42-40 BC). Denarius Rome 3.61 g. Asta Varesi 64 (900 Euro) , Ø 20 mm. Brockage. B. 27 Syd. 1344 CR. 511/3a RR

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Lot 11
Marc Antony and Octavian (41 BC). Denarius n.d. Military mint 3.86 g. Bare heads of Antony and Octavian r., Asta Varesi 62, Ø 20 mm. B. 51 Syd. 1181 CR. 517/2 R

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Roman coins | Empire | diverse

Lot 12
Augustus (27 BC-14 AD). Aureus Lugdunum 7.94 g. AVGVSTVS - DIVI F Bare head to r. Rev. Apollo standing l., holding lyre and plectrum. IMP - X to sides. ACT in exergue. Ex catalogo Crippa C. n.3 1971 Lotto n. 7 Illustrata, Ø 20 mm
. Coh. 143, M. 2684 R

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Lot 13
Augustus (27 BC-14 AD). Denarius Rome 3.90 g. Ø 20 mm. RIC I 207 R

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Lot 14
Augustus (27 BC-14 AD). Sestertius 32.14 g. Augustus seated left, riding quadriga of elephants, holding laurel-branch and long sceptre. Ø 36 mm. RIC 68, C.308 R

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Lot 15
Nero (54-68 AD). Denarius Rome 3.30 g. NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head right / Roma seated left, holding Victory, ROMA in exergue.Ø 18 mm. Coh. 258 R

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Lot 16
Galba (68-69 AD). Sestertius Rome 28.93 g. Oak-wreathed draped bust of Galba right; Reverse: "SPQR / OB / CIV SER" in three lines, wreath around. High details and nice fields. Ex catalogo Crippa C. n.1 1967 Lotto n. 476 Illustrata Ø 35 mm. Coh. 294 RR

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Lot 17
Galba (68-69 AD). Sestertius Rome 35.79 g. Oak-wreathed draped bust of Galba right; Reverse: "SPQR / OB / CIV SER" in three lines, wreath around. Nice detail and full legends. Ø 35 mm. RIC I 262

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Lot 18
Vespasianus (69-79 AD). Dupondius Rome 15.44 g. Ø 27 mm. RIC 476 R

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Lot 19
Nerva (96-98 AD). Aureus Rome 7.62 g. Ø 19 mm. Crippa 47, RIC 24 R

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Lot 20
Trajan (98-117 AD). Sestertius Rome 27.84 g. Ø 35 mm. RIC 534 R

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