Current Auction No. 76

The Live bidding starts at: 7th April 2019, 17:00 cest

 

 

SKYTHIA. Olbia. Cast Ae (Circa 437-410 BC). Obv: Facing gorgoneion.
Rev: A - P - I - X.
Eagle flying right, with wings spread and dolphin right in talons. SNG BM Black Sea 383; Anokhin 168; HGC 3.2, 1881. Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 112.01 g.
Diameter: 68 mm.

SKYTHIA. Olbia. Cast Ae (Circa 437-410 BC).

Obv: Facing gorgoneion.

Rev: A – P – I – X.

Eagle flying right, with wings spread and dolphin right in talons.

SNG BM Black Sea 383; Anokhin 168; HGC 3.2, 1881.

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 112.01 g.

Diameter: 68 mm.

CYCLADES. Keos. Koresia. Stater (Circa 520-510 BC). Obv: Cuttlefish.
Rev: Incuse square of "Union Jack" pattern with eight segments. Sheedy p. 164, 1-3; HGC 6, 569. Very rare Condition: Near very fine. Weight: 9.83 g.
Diameter: 16 mm.

CYCLADES. Keos. Koresia. Stater (Circa 520-510 BC).

Obv: Cuttlefish.

Rev: Incuse square of “Union Jack” pattern with eight segments.
Sheedy p. 164, 1-3; HGC 6, 569.

Very rare

Condition: Near very fine.

Weight: 9.83 g.

Diameter: 16 mm.

DYNASTS OF LYCIA. Kherẽi (Circa 430-410 BC). Stater. Xanthos. Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: Head of Kherẽi left, wearing kyrbasia; retrograde legend around; all within incuse circle. Cf. Müseler VI,39-40 (types reversed, incuse square). Rare Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 8.52 g.
Diameter: 18 mm.

DYNASTS OF LYCIA. Kherẽi (Circa 430-410 BC). Stater. Xanthos.

Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.

Rev: Head of Kherẽi left, wearing kyrbasia; retrograde legend around; all within incuse circle.

Cf. Müseler VI,39-40 (types reversed, incuse square).

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 8.52 g.

Diameter: 18 mm.

CILICIA. Kelenderis. Stater (Circa 350-330 BC). Obv: Youth, holding whip and reins, on horse rearing right; star to left.
Rev: ΚΕΛΕΝ.
Goat kneeling right, head left; uncertain control or letters below. Cf. SNG BN 76 (for obv.); SNG Levante -. Condition: Near extremely fine. Weight: 10.00 g.
Diameter: 23 mm.

CILICIA. Kelenderis. Stater (Circa 350-330 BC).

Obv: Youth, holding whip and reins, on horse rearing right; star to left.

Rev: ΚΕΛΕΝ.
Goat kneeling right, head left; uncertain control or letters below.

Cf. SNG BN 76 (for obv.); SNG Levante -.

Condition: Near extremely fine.

Weight: 10.00 g.

Diameter: 23 mm.

CILICIA. Mallos. Stater (Circa 385-375 BC). Obv: Athena seated left, holding spear and resting elbow upon shield at side; olive tree to right.
Rev: ΜΑΛ.
Hermes standing facing, holding kerykeion; to right, Aphrodite left, leaning upon column to right and placing hand upon Hermes. SNG BN 403-4; SNG Levante 155. Condition: Near extremely fine. Weight: 10.57 g.
Diameter: 22 mm.

CILICIA. Mallos. Stater (Circa 385-375 BC).

Obv: Athena seated left, holding spear and resting elbow upon shield at side; olive tree to right.

Rev: ΜΑΛ.
Hermes standing facing, holding kerykeion; to right, Aphrodite left, leaning upon column to right and placing hand upon Hermes.

SNG BN 403-4; SNG Levante 155.

Condition: Near extremely fine.

Weight: 10.57 g.

Diameter: 22 mm.

PAPHLAGONIA. Sinope. Augustus with Divus Julius Caesar (27 BC-14 AD). Ae. Dated CY 23 (24/3 BC [?]). Obv: C I F ANI XXIII.
Wreathed head of Divus Julius Caesar right.
Rev: EX D D.
Bare head of Augustus right. RPC I 2115; CNG 99, lot 443 (which realized a hammer of $750). Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 5.50 g.
Diameter: 19 mm.

PAPHLAGONIA. Sinope. Augustus with Divus Julius Caesar (27 BC-14 AD). Ae. Dated CY 23 (24/3 BC [?]).

Obv: C I F ANI XXIII.
Wreathed head of Divus Julius Caesar right.

Rev: EX D D.
Bare head of Augustus right.

RPC I 2115; CNG 99, lot 443 (which realized a hammer of $750).

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 5.50 g.

Diameter: 19 mm.

PHRYGIA. Temenothyrae. Pseudo-autonomous. Time of Philip I the Arab (244-249). Ae Medallion. Aroun Neikomachos, archiereos & first archon for the second time. Obv: IЄPA CVNKΛHTOC. 
Draped bust of the Senate left.
Rev: APOVN NЄIKOMAXOC APXIЄPЄVC APX A TO B THMЄNOΘVPЄVCI. 
The Second Labor of Herakles: Herakles left, holding club, torch and lion skin, and fighting the Lernean Hydra; to left, column surmounted by facing statue of Athena. BMC 12. Extremely rare Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 40.77 g.
Diameter: 43 mm.

PHRYGIA. Temenothyrae. Pseudo-autonomous. Time of Philip I the Arab (244-249). Ae Medallion. Aroun Neikomachos, archiereos & first archon for the second time.

Obv: IЄPA CVNKΛHTOC. 
Draped bust of the Senate left.

Rev: APOVN NЄIKOMAXOC APXIЄPЄVC APX A TO B THMЄNOΘVPЄVCI. 
The Second Labor of Herakles: Herakles left, holding club, torch and lion skin, and fighting the Lernean Hydra; to left, column surmounted by facing statue of Athena.

BMC 12..

Extremely rare

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 40.77 g.

Diameter: 43 mm.

Q. POMPONIUS MUSA. Denarius (56 BC). Rome. Obv: Laureate head of Apollo right; flower on stem to lower left.
Rev: Q POMPONI / MVSA. 
Terpischore, the Muse of Dancing, standing right, holding lyre and plectrum at side. Crawford 410/7d. Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 3.79 g.
Diameter: 18 mm.

Q. POMPONIUS MUSA. Denarius (56 BC). Rome.

Obv: Laureate head of Apollo right; flower on stem to lower left. 

Rev: Q POMPONI / MVSA.  
Terpischore, the Muse of Dancing, standing right, holding lyre and plectrum at side.

Crawford 410/7d.

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 3.79 g.

Diameter: 18 mm.

CARACALLA (198-217). Denarius. Rome. Obv: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG. 
Laureate head right.
Rev: LAETITIA / TEMPORVM. 
Galley under sail in Circus; four quadrigae above; various beasts and fowl below. RIC 157. Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 3.53 g.
Diameter: 19 mm.

CARACALLA (198-217). Denarius. Rome.

Obv: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG.  
Laureate head right.

Rev: LAETITIA / TEMPORVM.   
Galley under sail in Circus; four quadrigae above; various beasts and fowl below.

RIC 157.

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 3.53 g.

Diameter: 19 mm.

JUSTIN & JUSTINIAN (527). GOLD Solidus. Constantinople. Obv: D N IVSTIN ЄT IVSTINIAN P P AV / CONOB. 
Justin and Justinian, each holding globus, seated facing; cross above.
Rev: VICTORIA AVGGG Є / CONOB. 
Angel standing facing, holding long cross and globus cruciger; star to right. Sear 116. Very rare Condition: Near extremely fine, some graffiti on the reverse. Weight: 4.47 g.
Diameter: 22 mm.

JUSTIN & JUSTINIAN (527). GOLD Solidus. Constantinople.

Obv: D N IVSTIN ЄT IVSTINIAN P P AV / CONOB.  
Justin and Justinian, each holding globus, seated facing; cross above.

Rev: VICTORIA AVGGG Є / CONOB. 
Angel standing facing, holding long cross and globus cruciger; star to right.

Sear 116.

Very rare

Condition: Near extremely fine, some graffiti on the reverse.

Weight: 4.47 g.

Diameter: 22 mm.

TIBERIUS III (APSIMAR) (698-705). GOLD Solidus. Constantinople. Obv: D TIЬЄRIЧS PЄ AV. 
Crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding spear and shield decorated with horseman motif.
Rev: VICTORIA AVςЧ B / CONOB. 
Cross potent set upon three steps. Sear 1360. Condition: Near Mint State. Weight: 4.49 g.
Diameter: 19 mm.

TIBERIUS III (APSIMAR) (698-705). GOLD Solidus. Constantinople.

Obv: Crowned and cuirassed bust facing, holding spear and shield decorated with horseman motif.  

Rev: VICTORIA AVςЧ B / CONOB. 
Cross potent set upon three steps.

Sear 1360.

Condition: Near Mint State.

Weight: 4.49 g.

Diameter: 19 mm.

LEO III THE "ISAURIAN" with CONSTANTINE V (717-741). GOLD Solidus. Constantinople. Obv: δ N D LЄON P A MЧL. 
Crowned and draped facing bust of Leo, holding globus cruciger and akakia.
Rev: δ N CONSTANTINЧS M Θ. 
Crowned and draped faicng bust of Constantine, holding globus cruciger and akakia. Sear 1504. Condition: Choice extremely fine. Weight: 4.50 g.
Diameter: 20 mm.

LEO III THE “ISAURIAN” with CONSTANTINE V (717-741). GOLD Solidus. Constantinople.

Obv: δ N D LЄON P A MЧL. 

Crowned and draped facing bust of Leo, holding globus cruciger and akakia.

Rev: δ N CONSTANTINЧS M Θ. 
Crowned and draped faicng bust of Constantine, holding globus cruciger and akakia.

Sear 1504.

Condition: Choice extremely fine.

Weight: 4.50 g.

Diameter: 20 mm.


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