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East Celts. Imitation of coins of Philip II. Silver Tetradrachm (12.68 g), ca. 3rd Century BC. Laureate and bearded bust of Philip II in beaded b...

East Celts. Imitations of coins of Patraos. Silver Tetradrachm (10.96 g), ca. 2nd Century BC. Crude head of Apollo (?) left. Reverse: YΛIΓM, St...

East Celts. Imitations of coins of Patraos. Silver Tetradrachm (11.57g), ca. 2nd Century BC. Crude head of Apollo (?) left. Reverse: YΛIΓM, Sty...

Calabria, Taras. Silver Nomos (8.13 g), ca. 480-470 BC. TAPAΣ (retrograde), Phalanthos riding on back of dolphin right, raising one hand and rest...

Macedonian Kingdom. Phillip II. Silver Tetradrachm (14.36 g), 359-336 BC. Amphipolis, posthumous issue under Kassander as regent, ca. 316-311 B...

Macedonian Kingdom. Phillip II, 359-336 BC. Silver Tetradrachm (14.36 g). Amphipolis, posthumous issue under Kassander as regent, ca. 316-311 B...

Macedonian Kingdom. Philip V. Æ 23 mm (11.60 g), 221-179 BC. Uncertain Macedonian mint, ca. 183/2 BC. Bearded head of Herakles right, wearing lio...

Paeonian Kingdom. Patraos. Silver Tetradrachm (12.89 g), 335-315 BC. Damastion (?). Laureate head of Apollo right. Reverse: ΠATPAOY, warrior on...

Paeonian Kingdom. Patraos. Silver Tetradrachm (13.00 g), 335-315 BC. Damastion (?). Laureate head of Apollo right. Reverse: ΠATPAOY, warrior on...

Paeonian Kingdom. Patraos. Silver Tetradrachm (12.64 g), 335-315 BC. Damastion (?). Laureate head of Apollo right. Reverse: ΠATPAOY, warrior on...

Thessaly, Larissa. Silver Stater (11.90 g), ca. 356-342 BC. Head of the nymph Larissa facing slightly left, hair bound in ampyx. Reverse: ΛAPI-...

Cilicia, Tarsos. Mazaios. Silver Stater (10.76 g), Satrap of Cilicia, 361/0-334 BC. Baaltars seated left, holding eagle, grain ear, bunch of grap...

Kingdom of Armenia Minor. Aristobulus, with Salome. Æ 22 mm (9.98 g), AD 54-92. RY 13 (AD 66/7). BACIΛEΩC APICTOBOYΛOY, diademed and draped bust ...

Phoenicia, Tyre. Silver Shekel (14.10 g), ca. 126/5 BC-AD 65/6. Year 31 (96/5 BC). Laureate bust of Melkart right. Reverse: TYPIOY IEPAΣ KAI AΣ...

Phoenicia, Tyre. Silver 1/2 Shekel (6.91 g), ca. 126/5 BC-AD 65/6. Year 108 (96/5 BC). Laureate bust of Melkart right. Reverse: TYPIOY EPAΣ ( s...

John Hyrcanus I (Yehohanan), 134-104 BCE. AE Half-Prutah (0.86 g). Jerusalem. 'Yehohanan the High Priest and the Council of the Jews' (Paleo-Hebr...

John Hyrcanus I (Yehudah), 104-103 BCE. AE Prutah (2.07g). Jerusalem. 'Yehudah the High Priest and the Council of the Jews' (Paleo-Hebrew) in we...

Judah Aristobolus I (Yehudah) 104-103 BCE. AE Prutah (1.89 g). Jerusalem. 'Yehudah the High Priest and the Council of the Jews' (Paleo-Hebrew) in...

Mattatayah Antigonus (Mattatayah). 40-37 BCE. AE 8-Prutot (13.75 g). Jerusalem. 'Mattatayah the High Priest and Council of the Jews' (Paleo-Hebre...

Mattatayah Antigonus (Mattatayah), 40-37 BCE, AE 4-Prutah (7.97 g). Jerusalem. 'Mattatayah the High Priest' (Paleo-Hebrew), cornucopiae tied with...

Mattatayah Antigonus (Mattatayah), 40-37 BCE. AE Prutah (2.00 g). Jerusalem. 'Mattatayah the High Priest' (Paleo-Hebrew) within wreath. Reverse:...

Mattatayah Antigonus (Mattatayah), 40-37 BCE. AE Prutah (2.33 g). Jerusalem. 'Mattatayah the High Priest' (Paleo-Hebrew) within wreath. Reverse:...

Agrippa I, 37-44 CE. Struck Year 5, 40/1 CE. AE 23 mm (11.98 g). Mint of Caesarea Paneas. ΓAIΨ KAIΣAPI ΣEBΣTΩ ΓEPMANIKΩ 'for Gaius Caesar August...

The Jewish War. Year 2, Silver Shekel (14.13 g) 66-70 CE. Jerusalem, Year 2 (67/8 CE). 'Shekel of Israel' (Paleo-Hebrew), ritual chalice with pea...

Judaea, The Jewish War. Silver ½ Shekel (6.91 g), 66-70 CE. Jerusalem, year 2 (67/8) CE. 'Half of a shekel' (Paleo-Hebrew, ritual chalice with wi...

The Jewish War. Year 3, Silver Shekel (14.02 g) 66-70 CE. Jerusalem, Year 3 (68/9 CE). 'Shekel of Israel' (Paleo-Hebrew), ritual chalice with pea...

Jewish War. 60-70 CE. AE Half Shekel (26 mm, 15.22g). Jerusalem mint. Dated year 4 (69/70 CE). 'Year four, half' (Shekel) in Hebrew, two lulav br...

The Jewish War. Year 4, AE Quarter Shekel (8.13 g), 60-70 CE. Jerusalem, Year 4 (69-70 CE). 'Year four-quarter ' (Paleo-Hebrew), two lulav branch...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Year One, 132-135 CE, Silver Sela (13.95 g). Jerusalem (132/3 CE). In Paleo-Hebrew 'Jerusalem' on three sides of the facade of...

Bar Kokhba Revolt., Year One, 132-135 CE, AE Large Bronze 31 mm (17.76 g). 'Jerusalem' (Paleo-Hebrew) within wreath. Reverse: 'Year one of the...

Bar Kokhba Revolt, Year One, 132-135 CE, AE Middle Bronze 24 mm (6.06 g). Year 1 (132/3 CE). 'Simon Prince of Israel' (Paleo-Hebrew), Palm branch...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Æ Medium Bronze (10.46 g), 132-135 CE. Year 1 (132/3 CE). 'Simon, Prince of Israel' (Paleo-Hebrew), palm branch within wreath....

Bar Kokhba Revolt, Year One, 132-135 CE, AE Small Bronze 20 mm (5.30 g). Year 1 (132/3 CE. 'Eleazar the Priest' (Paleo-Hebrew) across field; seve...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Year 1 and Year 2 Hybrid (132/3 - 133/4 CE), Silver Zuz (3.42 g). 'Year one of the redemption of Israel' (Paleo-Hebrew), bunch...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Year 1 and Year 2 Hybrid (132/3 - 133/4 CE), Silver Zuz (3.38 g). 'Year one of the redemption of Israel' (Paleo-Hebrew), bunch...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Year Two, 132-135 CE. Silver Sela (14.75 g). Struck 133/4 CE. 'Simon' (Paleo-Hebrew), on both sides of the tetrastyle facade o...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Year Two, 132-135 CE. Silver Sela (14.23 g). Struck 133/4 CE. 'Simon' (Paleo-Hebrew), on both sides of the tetrastyle facade o...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Silver Zuz (2.58 g), 132-135 CE. Year 2 (133/4 CE). 'Shim'on', grape bunch on vine with small leaf and tendril. Reverse: 'Ye...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Year Two, 132-135 CE. Silver Zuz (3.20 g). Struck 133/4 CE. 'Simon', bunch of grapes with leaf and tendril. Reverse: 'Year ...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Silver Undated Irregular Sela (14.84 g), 132-135 CE. Attributed to Year 3 (134/5 CE). 'Simon' (Paleo-Hebrew), on both sides of...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Undated, Silver Sela (14.58 g), 132-135 CE. Attributed to year 3 (134/5 CE). 'Simon' (Paleo-Hebrew), on both sides with wavy-l...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Undated, Silver Zuz (3.35 g), 132-135 CE. Attributed to year 3 (134/5 CE). 'Simon' (Paleo-Hebrew) within wreath of thin branch...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Undated, Silver Zuz (2.74 g), 132-135 CE. Attributed to year 3 (134/5 CE). 'Simon' (Paleo-Hebrew), bunch of grapes with leaf a...

Bar Kokhba Revolt. Silver Zuz (3.35 g) 132-135 CE. Undated, attributed to year 3 (134/5 CE). 'Simon' (Paleo-Hebrew), bunch of grapes with leaf an...

City Coins of Israel. Gaza. Hadrian. Æ (9.76 g), AD 117-138. CY 192 and Epidemia year 3 (AD 131/2). laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadria...

Sasanian Kingdom. Ardashir I. Silver Drachm (4.2g), AD 233-239. Diademed bust of Ardashir right with hair tied up in a ball. Reverse: Ornate fi...

Sasanian Kingdom. Ardashir I. Silver Drachm (4.58g), AD 223-239. Mint C (Ctesiphon), Phase 3. Bust of Ardashir to right wearing diadem (type G) a...

Sasanian Kingdom. Ardashir I. Silver Hemidrachm (2.16g), AD 233-239. Mint C (Ctesiphon). Bust of Ardashi I to right, wearing diadem (type R) and ...

Sasanian Kingdom. Vahrãm (Bahram) II with Queen and Prince 4. Silver Drachm (3.96g), AD 276-293. Uncertain mint. Jugate busts of Vahrãm (Bahram) ...

Sasanian Kingdom. Narseh. Silver Drachm (3.49g), AD 293-303. Bust right with crown and arcades, three goliate branches, and korymbos; hair in sin...

Sasanian Kingdom. Narseh. Silver Drachm (4.71g), AD 293-303. Bust right, wearing crown with arcades and korymbos. Reverse: Fire-altar with rib...

Sasanian Kingdom. Shapur II, Silver Drachm (4.22g), AD 309-379. Mint 1, Ctesiphon. Draped bust of the king in merlon crown. Reverse: Fire-alta...

Sasanian Kingdom. Shahpur II. Silver Drachm (3.49g), AD 309-379. Struck circa AD 309-320. Bust of the King right, wearing diadem and mural crown ...

Sasanian Kingdom. Shapur II. Silver Drachm (4.18g), AD 309-379. Bust of Shapur right. Reverse: Fire-altar with bust in flames flanked by two a...

Sasanian Kingdom. Vahräm (Bahram) IV. Silver Drachm (4.04g), AD 388-399. HLYDL (Herat) mint. Bust right, wearing winged merlon crown with korymbo...

Indo-Greek Kingdom. Philoxenos. Silver Tetradrachm (9.81 g), ca. 100-95 BC. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANIKETOY ΦIΛOΞENOY, diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of P...

Indo-Greek Kingdom. Philoxenos. Silver Tetradrachm (9.69 g), ca. 100-95 BC. BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANIKETOY ΦIΛOΞENOY, diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of P...

Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy V or Ptolemy VI. Silver Tetradrachm (14.03 g), 204-180 BC or 180-145 BC. Alexandria. Diademed head of Ptolemy I right,...

Social War. Marsic Confederation. Silver Denarius (3.83 g), 90-88 BC. Bavianum(?), 89 BC. VITELIÚ (Oscan), Laureate head of Italia left, wearing ...

Social War. C. Papius C.f. Mutilus. Silver Denarius (3.65 g), 90 BC. Mobile mint. MVTIL EMPRATVR (Oscan), Helmeted head of Italia left. Reverse:...

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