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Britain, Trinovantes and Catuvellauni. Cunobelin. Gold Stater (5.35 g), ca. AD 1. Trinovantian X. Camulodunum. CA-MV across field, grain ear with ...

Celtic Pannonia. Silver Tetradrachm (14.22g), 2nd-1st centuries BC Superb EF. Imitation of Philip II of Macedon. Celticized head of Zeus bearded r...

Etruria, Populonia. Silver 10 Asses (3.88 g), ca. 300-250 BC EF. Laureate head of Aplu left; behind, X. Reverse: Blank. SNG ANS 26; HN Italy 168. ...

Campania, Neapolis. Silver Nomos (6.92 g), ca. 275-250 BC Choice VF. Head of nymph left, hair held in thin band, wearing single-pendant earring an...

Calabria, Taras. Silver Nomos (7.72 g), ca. 340-335 BC Choice VF. Nude ephebe on horseback right, crowning horse with palm; below, nude youth atte...

Calabria, Taras. Silver Nomos (6.19 g), ca. 280-272 BC Choice VF. Zo, Apollo. Warrior on horseback left, holding two spears and shield embossed wi...

Lucania, Metapontion. Silver Nomos (8.07 g), ca. 540-510 BC About EF. , barley ear of seven grains. Reverse: Incuse barley ear of seven grains. No...

Lucania, Metapontion. Silver Nomos (7.75 g), ca. 340-330 BC EF. Head of Demeter left, wreathed with grain ears, wearing single-pendant earring, an...

Lucania, Sybaris. Silver Nomos (7.98 g), ca. 550-510 BC Choice VF. VM in exergue, bull standing left, head right. Reverse: Incuse bull standing ri...

Lucania, Thourion. Silver Nomos (6.45 g), after 280 BC EF. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with Skylla hurling a ston...

Lucania, Velia. Silver Nomos (7.48 g), ca. 440/435-400 BC EF. Head of Athena left, wearing Attic helmet decorated with griffin; flanking neck, -. ...

Bruttium, Carthaginian occupation. Silver 1/2 Shekel (3.75 g), ca. 215-205 BC EF. Second Punic War issue. Wreathed head of Tanit left. Reverse: Ho...

Bruttium, Rhegion. Silver Drachm (4.18 g), ca. 415/0-387 BC EF. Facing lion head. Reverse: , laureate head of Apollo right; behind, olive sprig. H...

Bruttium, Terina. Silver Nomos (7.58 g), ca. 440-425 BC Choice VF. Head of the nymph Terina left, hair bound with ampyx and wearing necklace, with...

A 4-piece lot of Sicilian bronze coins. Consists of: Three issues of Akragas, two of which are countermarked, and a bronze of the Mamertinoi. Fine...

Sicily, Akragas. Silver Didrachm (8.58 g), ca. 495-480/78 BC About EF. AKRA, eagle standing right. Reverse: Crab. Cf. Jenkins 9 (eagle right); SNG...

Sicily, Gela. Silver Didrachm (8.60 g), ca. 490/85-480/75 BC VF. Horseman galloping right, throwing spear. Reverse: CEA, forepart of man-headed bu...

Sicily, Gela. Silver Tetradrachm (17.22 g), ca. 480/75-475/0 BC Superb EF. Charioteer driving slow quadriga right; above, Nike flying right, crown...

Sicily, Himera. Silver Tetradrachm (17.18 g), ca. 440-425 BC VF. Charioteer, holding kentron and reins, driving slow quadriga right; above, Nike f...

Sicily, Kamarina. Silver Tetradrachm (16.92 g), ca. 425-405 BC Choice VF. Athena driving galloping quadriga left; above, Nike flying right, crowni...

Sicily, Leontinoi. Silver Tetradrachm (17.17 g), ca. 460-450 BC Superb EF. Laureate head of Apollo right, hair rolled behind neck. Reverse: L-EON-...

Sicily, Lilybaion. Silver Tetradrachm (17.09 g), ca. 325-305 BC EF. Siculo-Punic issue. 'RSMLQRT' in exergue, charioteer, holding kentron and rein...

Sicily, Messana. Silver Tetradrachm (17.05 g), ca. 412-408 BC Choice VF. The nymph Messana driving biga of mules left; above, Nike flying right, c...

Sicily, Naxos. Fourree Tetradrachm (13.61 g), ca. 430-420 BC VF. Head of Dionysos right, wearing taenia decorated with ivy-tendrils. Reverse: [][]...

Sicily, Syracuse. Second Democracy. Silver Tetradrachm (17.10 g), 466-405 BC EF. Ca. 450 BC. Charioteer, holding kentron and reins, driving slow q...

Sicily, Syracuse. Dionysios I. Silver Decadrachm (43.14 g), 405-367 BC About EF. Ca. 405-400 BC. Reverse die signed by the master engraver Euainet...

Sicily, Syracuse. Dionysios I. Silver Tetradrachm (17.42 g), 405-367 BC Choice V. Ca. 405-400 BC. Unsigned dies by the artist Eukleidas. Chariotee...

Sicily, Syracuse. Time of Agathokles, 317-289 BC. Electrum 100 Litrai (6.61g) EF. Struck ca. 304-289 BC., , Laureate head of Apollo facing to left...

Sicily, Syracuse. Agathokles. Silver Tetradrachm (16.93 g), 317-289 BC EF. Ca. 310/08-306/5 BC. , wreathed head of Kore right, wearing single-pend...

Macedonia, under Roman rule. First Meris. Silver Tetradrachm (16.88 g), ca. 167-. Amphipolis. Macedonian shield with central boss depicting diadem...

Macedonia, Neapolis. Silver Hemidrachm (1.68 g), ca. 424-350 BC EF. Facing gorgoneion. Reverse: [N-E]-O-, Facing gorgoneion / Head of nymph right....

Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II. Gold Stater (8.52 g), 359-336 BC EF. Amphipolis, ca. 340-336 BC. Lifetime issue. Laureate head of Apollo right. Rev...

Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II. Silver Tetradrachm (13.86 g), 359-336 BC Choice V. Amphipolis, lifetime issue, ca. 355-349/8 BC. Laureate head of Z...

Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III 'the Great'. Gold Stater (8.51 g), 336-323 BC. Memphis, under Ptolemy I, as Satrap, ca. 323/2-317/1 BC. Head of ...

Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. Silver Tetradracm (17. Minted at Babylon. Head of Herakles right clad in lion skin headd...

Macedonian Kingdom. Demetrios I Poliorketes. Silver Tetradrachm (17.22 g), 306-2. Pella, ca. 294/3 BC. Nike standing left on prow of galley left, ...

Macedonian Kingdom. Antigonos II Gonatas. Silver Tetradrachm (17.03 g), 277/6-23. Amphipolis, ca. 274/1-260/55 BC. Horned head of Pan left, lagobo...

Macedonian Kingdom. Antigonos III Doson. Silver Tetradrachm (17.12 g), 229-221 B. Amphipolis(?), ca. 227-225 BC. Wreathed head of Poseidon right. ...

Paeonian Kingdom. Lykkeios. Silver Tetradrachm (12.76 g), 358/6-335 BC. EF. Under Astibos or Damastion. Laureate head of Zeus right. Reverse: -[],...

Thrace, Cherronesos. Silver Hemidrachm (2.07 g), ca. 386-338 BC VF. Forepart of lion right, head turned to look back. Reverse: Quadripartite incus...

Thracian Kingdom. Lysimachos. Gold Stater (8.51 g), as King, 306-281 BC Superb E. Magnesia (?), ca. 297-281 BC. Diademed head of deified Alexander...

Thracian Kingdom. Lysimachos. Silver Tetradrachm (16.88 g), as King, 306-281 BC. Pergamon, ca. 287/6-282 BC. Diademed head of deified Alexander ri...

Thessaly, Larissa. Silver Drachm (5.83 g), ca. 405/0-370 BC VF. Head of the nymph Larissa facing slightly left, hair bound with ampyx. Reverse: , ...

Thessaly, Pharsalos. Silver Hemidrachm (2.81 g), late 5th-mid 4th centuries BC E. Helmeted head of Athena left. Reverse: ---, head of horse right ...

Boiotia, Thebes. Silver Stater (11.66 g), ca. 395-338 BC VF. Ca. 363-338 BC. Hism, magistrate. Boiotian shield. Reverse: Amphora; across field in ...

Attica, Athens. Silver Tetradrachm (16.93g), ca. 459-449 BC EF. Struck during the period of Cimon's exile and until his death, 459-449 BC. Head of...

Islands off Attica, Aegina. Silver Stater (12.35 g), ca. 456/45-431 BC EF. Land tortoise with segmented shell. Reverse: Large square incuse with s...

Crete, Phalasarna. Silver Drachm (5.09 g), ca. 300-270 BC Nearly EF. Head of Artemis Diktynna right, wearing single-pendant earring and necklace. ...

Paphlagonia, Sinope. Silver Drachm (4.96 g), ca. 330-300 BC EF. Agreos, magistrate. Head of nymph left, hair bound in sakkos. Reverse: , sea-eagle...

Ionia, Magnesia on the Maeander. Silver Didrachm, ca. 350-325 BC EF. Diopeithes, magistrate. Warrior, holding lance, on horseback right. Reverse: ...

Lydian Kingdom. Ardys to Alyattes. Electrum Trite (4.62 g), ca. 630s-564/53 BC C. Sardis. Head of roaring lion right, multiple-rayed sun on snout....

Lydian Kingdom. Time of Cyrus to Darios I. Silver 1/2 Stater (or Siglos) (5.15 g. Sardis. Confronted foreparts of lion, on left, and bull, on righ...

Carian Satraps. Hidrieus. Silver Tetradrachm (15.18 g), ca. 351/0-344/3 BC About. Laureate head of Apollo facing slightly right. Reverse: Zeus Lab...

Lycia, Uncertain mint. Silver Stater (9.12 g), ca. 520-470/60 BC Choice VF. Forepart of boar left. Reverse: Incuse square with indentations on eit...

Seleukid Kingdom. Seleukos I Nikator. Silver Tetradrachm (17.11 g), 312-281 BC V. Minted at Susa, ca. 305/4-295 BC. Head of Alexander the Great o...

Seleukid Kingdom. Antiochos IV Epiphanes. Silver Tetradrachm (16.36 g), 175-164. Antioch on the Orontes, ca. 168-164 BC. Diademed head of Antiocho...

Phoenicia, Byblos. 'Ozba'al. Silver Shekel (13.18 g), ca. 400-365 BC EF. 'Z (in Phoenician) between galley and tail of hippocamp, three hoplites o...

Persia, Alexandrine Empire. Satrapal issue. Silver Tetradrachm (16.91 g), ca. 32. Baal seated left, holding scepter. Reverse: Lion prowling left; ...

Achaemenid Kingdom. Darios I to Xerxes I. Silver Siglos (5.27 g), ca. 505-480 BC. Persian king or hero in kneeling-running stance right, drawing b...

Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy I Soter. Silver Tetradrachm (15.69 g), as Satrap, 323. Alexandria, in the name of Alexander III of Macedonia, ca. 319-3...

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