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June 25th 2024 - 15:00 H

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Aeolis. Myrina. Tetradrachm. 160-143 BC. (Sacks-Issue 30). Anv.: Laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev.: MΥΡINAIΩN Apollo Grynios standing right, holding laurel branch in his left hand and phiale in his right; at his feet to right, omphalos and amphora; in field to left, three monograms; all within laurel wreath. Ag. 16,76 g. Fine style. Very attractive. AU. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

600 €

Current bid

1.600 €

Attica. Tetradrachm. 454-404 BC. Athens. (Gc-2526). (Sng Cop-31). (Kroll-8). Anv.: Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with three olive leaves above visor and spiral palmette on bowl. Rev.: Owl standing to right with head facing, olive sprig and crescent behind, ΑΘΕ before; all within incuse square. Ag. 16,65 g. AU. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Current bid

700 €

Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt. Ptolemy II Philadelphos. Mnaieion or Oktadrachm. 272-261/0 BC. Alexandria. (Sng Cop-132). (Svoronos-603). (CPE-313). Anv.: AΔEΛΦΩN Conjoined busts of Ptolemy II, diademed and draped, and Arsinöe II, diademed and veiled, to right; behind, Galatian shield. Rev.: ΘEΩN Conjoined busts of Ptolemy I, diademed and draped, and Berenike, diademed and veiled, to right. Au. 27,39 g. It was used as jewelry, but a beautiful specimen. Rare. Choice VF. Est...7000,00.

Starting bid

3.000 €

Current bid

3.333 €

Tauler & Fau

NGC - AU 4/5, 3/5

Calabria. Tarentum. Didrachm. 302-280 BC. (HN Italy-969). (Vlasto-701-703). Anv.: Nude warrior dismounting from horse charging left, round shield and spear in left hand; EY in upper right field, NIKON below. Rev.: TAPAΣ, Taras on dolphin left, grain ear in outstretched right hand, left hand on dolphin; API in left field, horizontal spearhead right in lower right field. Ag. 7,94 g. Nikon, Ey-, and Ari-, magistrates. Original luster. Good specimen for the type, well centered and sharply struck. Slabbed by NGC as AU, Strike 4/5, Surface 3/5. This coin is exempt from any export license fee. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

350 €

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Tauler & Fau

NGC - Ch VF 4/5, 4/5

Lucania. Thurium. Distater. 350-300 BC. (HN Italy-1807). (Sng Ans-972). Anv.: Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with Scylla holding trident. Rev.: Bull butting right, ΘΟΥΡΙΩ(Ν) above, two fish swimming right in exergue. Ag. 15,38 g. Slabbed by NGC as Choice VF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5, Fine Style. Rare. This coin is exempt from any export license fee. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Current bid

500 €

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Tauler & Fau

NGC - AU 5/5, 3/5

Lucania. Thurium. Stater or Nomos. 300-280 BC. (HN Italy-Unpublished). (Sng Cop-Unpublished). (Bmc-Unpublished). Anv.: Head of Athena left, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with Scylla holding a rudder; neck guard decorated with a palmette, TIMO behind. Rev.: Bull butting right; star and Nike flying above crowning bull. In exergue, ΘΟΥΡΙΩΝ. Ag. Missing in all major references works. Only one similar specimen appears in "Catalogue of Greek Coins in the Hunterian Collection. Volume I", page 106, no. 29 (same obverse die, no star on reverse). Slabbed by NGC as AU, Strike: 5/5, Surface: 3/5. Magnificent specimen with original luster. Of the highest rarity. This coin is exempt from any export license fee. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.000 €

Current bid

1.100 €

Tauler & Fau

NGC - Choice AU 5/5, 4/5

Lucania. Metapontion. Stater. 330-290 BC. Ly- magistrate. (HN Italy-1592). (Sng Ans-502). Anv.: Wreathed head of Demeter to right, wearing triple-pendant earring and necklace. Rev.: Ear of barley with leaf to right; META upwards to left, star above leaf, (ΛY) in lower left field. Ag. 7,69 g. Old cabinet tone with underlaying luster. Rare in this grade. Slabbed by NGC as Choice AU, Strike: 5/5,  Surface: 4/5. This coin is exempt from any export license fee. NGC-AU. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Current bid

550 €

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Kingdom of Macedon. Alexander III, "The Great". Tetradrachm. 336-323 BC. Miletos. (Price-2150 var). (Sng Cop-751). Anv.: Head of Herakles to right, wearing lion skin headdress. Rev.: Zeus Aëtophoros seated to left on low throne, holding sceptre; AΛEΞANΔPO(Y) to right, MI (civic) monogram in left field. Ag. 17,07 g. Soft tone. Attractive. XF. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Current bid

650 €

Ex Triton XIX

Greco-Baktrian Kingdom. Eukratides I Megas. Tetradrachm. 170-145 BC. (Bopearachchi-6Z). (SNG Ans-473). Anv.: Diademed and draped bust right, wearing crested helmet adorned with bull's horn and ear; all within bead-and-reel border. Rev.: BAΣIΛEΩΣ MEΓAΛΟΥ above, EYKPATIΔOY below, the Dioskouroi on horses rearing right, palm fronds and lances; monogram to right. Ag. 16,93 g. Magnificent piece with atractive large flan and slight old cabinet tone. Ex Classical Numismatic Group, Triton XIX (05/02/2016), lot 344. AU/XF. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.200 €

Current bid

1.200 €

NGC - Ch MS 4/5, 5/5

Lydia. Tralleis. Cistophorus. 166-167 BC. (Sng Cop-657). (Sng von Aulock-3259). Anv.: Cista mystica from which snake coils; around, ivy wreath with fruits. Rev.: Two snakes coiled around a bow case; above, ΔION; to left, (TP)AΛ; to right, lyre. Ag. 12,70 g. Lovely patina. Sharp and clear, a lovely example. Magnificent struck. Slabbed by NGC as Ch MS, Strike 4/5, Surface 5/5. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

600 €

Thrace. Koson. Stater. 42 BC. (S-1733 var). (CNG-III, 2049). Anv.: Roman consul (L. Junius Brutus?) walking left, accompanied by two lictors, monogram before, KOΣΩN in exergue. Rev.: Eagle with spread wings standing left on sceptre, clutching laurel wreath in right talon. Au. 8,31 g. A good sample. AU. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.200 €

Current bid

1.600 €

NGC - MS 5/5, 4/5

Thrace. Koson. Stater. 44-42 BC. (RPC-I 1701A). (Bmc-2). (Hgc-3.2,2.49). Anv.: Roman consul (L. Junius Brutus?) walking to left, accompanied by two lictors; OΛB monogram before, KOΣΩN in exergue. Rev.: Eagle with spread wings standing to left on sceptre, clutching laurel wreath in right talon. Au. 8,50 g. Original luster. Sharp and clear, a lovely example. Rare in this state of preservation. Slabbed by NGC as MS, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5. Est...3000,00.

Starting bid

1.200 €

Current bid

1.500 €

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Areikoratikos-Arekoratas. Denarius. 150-20 BC. Agreda (Soria). (Abh-105). (Acip-1773). (MIB-102/24a, Plate Coin). Anv.: Male head right, iberian letter KU with central pellet behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear (only one foot visible), iberian legend AREKORATA on line. Ae. 4,29 g. Nice specimen. Slightly toned with some traces of luster. Very rare in this condition. Ex Cayón (13/12/2007), lot 6372. XF/AU. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

360 €

Ex Archer M. Huntington

Areikoratikos-Arekoratas. Denarius. 150-20 BC. Agreda (Soria). (Abh-109). (Acip-1759). (MIB-102/17f, Plate Coin). Anv.: Male head right, behind pellet. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear (only one foot visible), legend AREKORATAS in two lines, last signs are interlace. Ag. 3,76 g.

Georgeus patina. Minimal hairlines on the obverse. Rare.

Ex Archer M. Huntington, Jesús Vico (10/10/2012), lote 22; HSA 12534;
Ex Cervera Collection
. XF. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Current bid

650 €

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Ex Cores Collection

Arsaos. Denarius. 120-80 BC. Area of Navarra. (Cores-1867, Plate coin). (Abh-139). (Acip-1664). (MIB-85/13b, Plate Coin). Anv.: Bearded male head right, dolphin before, plough behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding bipennis, iberian legend ARSAOS. Ag. 3,88 g. Nice patina. Well-centered. Rare. Ex Jesús Vico 151 (07/06/2018), lot 220; Ex Cores Collection. Almost XF. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Current bid

600 €

Ausesken

Ausesken. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Vic (Barcelona). (Abh-165). (Acip-1297). (MIB-56/01a, Plate Coin). Anv.: Male head right, iberian letters BAN behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding palm and chlamys, iberian legend AUSESKEN below. Ag. 3,84 g. Very rare. VF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

700 €

Current bid

700 €

Baskunes-Barskunes. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Pamplona. (Abh-215). (Acip-1630). (MIB-87/14). Anv.: Bearded head right, iberian legend BENKODA behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding sword, iberian legend BASKUNES below. Ag. 3,66 g. Soft tone. Very attractive. Rare in this condition. AU. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

380 €

Unusual style

Baskunes-Barskunes. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Pamplona. (Abh-215). (Acip-1634). (MIB-87/11a). Anv.: Bearded head right, iberian legend BENKODA behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding sword, iberian legend BASKUNES below. Ag. 4,06 g. Bust of unusual style and slightly curved legend on obverse. Scratch below the eye and slight rubbing on the horse. Choice VF. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Current bid

320 €

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Belikiom. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Belchite (Zaragoza). (Abh-241). (Acip-1432). (MIB-76/3). Anv.: Bearded head right, iberian letter BE behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear, iberian legend BELIKIOM. Ag. 3,54 g. Nice patina. Rare. Ex Hess-Divo (20/06/2007), lot 1420. Almost XF. Est...750,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Current bid

440 €

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Belikio. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Belchite (Zaragoza). (Abh-242). (Acip-1431). (MIB-76/2, Plate Coin). Anv.: Bearded head right, iberian letters BEL behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear, iberian legend BELIKIO. Ag. 3,82 g. Old cabinet tone. Very scarce and nice coin. Ex Jesús Vico 124 (11/11/2010), lot 93. Almost XF. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Current bid

550 €

Bentian. Denarius. 120-80 BC. Area of Navarra. (Abh-249). (Acip-1676). (MIB-89/3e, Plate Coin). Anv.: Bearded head right, iberian legend BENKODA behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear, iberian legend BENTIAN below. Ag. 3,89 g. Ex Jesús Vico 143 (05/11/2015), lot 72. Almost XF. Est...2000,00.

Starting bid

800 €

Current bid

1.100 €

Only 5 specimens recorded

Hispanic-Carthaginian Coinage. Shekel. 235-220 BC. Uncertain mint. (Abh-490). (Acip-557). (MIB-8/42, Plate Coin). Anv.: Head of Eshmun-Apollo left. Rev.: Horse standing right. Ag. 7,31 g. Delicate patina. Almost XF. Est...7000,00.

Starting bid

4.000 €

Current bid

4.000 €

Interesting countermark

Hispanic-Carthaginian Coinage. Shekel. 220-205 BC. Cartagena (Murcia). (Abh-535). (MIB-8/64a). (Acip-603). Anv.: Male bust (Hannibal?) left. Rev.: Horse standing right, palm behind. Ag. 7,61 g.  The specimen we offer presents a unique variety, in the bust of Hannibal? We can see a small countermark between her curls that a priori may go unnoticed. It is a small palm tree, a mark clearly associated with these coinages represented in different styles in their various issues. This is made up of a long thin stem and three open palm leaves, all within an incuse square. We have found no references to this countermark on coins associated with Carthago or other related Punic coinage. Only known specimen?. Choice VF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

600 €

No bids

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Ex Barcino Collection

Emporiton-Emporion. Drachm. 200-110 BC. L’Escala, Ampurias (Girona). (Abh-1118). (Acip-201). (MIB-1/215f, Plate Coin). Anv.: Persephone-Arethusa head right, pellet behind, three dolphins around. Rev.: Pegasus, with Chrysaor head right, dolphin right and greek legend EMPORITON below. Ag. 4,73 g. Nice and slight toned. Very well-centered struck. Minor scratch on the bust. Very rare, even more in this condition. Ex Barcino Collection, Áureo (29/10/2008), lot 182. Almost XF. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

600 €

Current bid

1.000 €

Lovely patina

Gades-Gadir. Hemidrachm. 200-100 BC. Cadiz. (Abh-1308). (Acip-631). (C-2). Anv.: Head of Melkart left with lion skin. Rev.: Tunny right, punic legend. Ag. 2,17 g. Lovely old cabinet patina with light bluish hues. Magnificent centered struck. Very rare in this condition. Ex Áureo&Calicó, Selección (08/03/2018), lot 16. XF. Est...2000,00.

Starting bid

800 €

Current bid

1.100 €

Ex Archer M. Huntington

Ikalkusken. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Iniesta (Cuenca). (Abh-1396). (Acip-2071). (MIB-154/06c). Anv.: Male head right. Rev.: Horseman left, holding round shield and chlamys and leading a second horse; iberian legend IKALKUSKEN below. Ae. 3,96 g. Nice old cabinet tone. Ex Archer M. Huntington, Jesús Vico 130 (26/06/2012), lot 149; HSA 12596. Choice VF/Almost XF. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Current bid

650 €

Full iberian legend

Iltirtasalirban. Denarius. 200-20 BC. Lleida (Cataluña). (Abh-1455). (Acip-1242). (MIB-67/56a). Anv.: Male head right, three dolphins around. Rev.: Horseman right, holding palm and chlamys, iberian legend ILTIRTASALIRBAN below. Ag. 3,76 g. Full iberian legend. Very scarce in this condition. Ex J.A. Herrero (12/12/2007), lot 289. Almost XF. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Current bid

550 €

Malaka. Unit. 200-20 BC. Malaga. (Abh-1730 var). (Acip-790 var). Anv.: Head of Vulcan left, tongs and punic legend behind. Rev.: Head of Helios facing. Ae. 12,33 g. Legend variant without the last letter, unpublished? Outstanding specimen, probably the best known. XF. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Current bid

400 €

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Sekaisa

Sekaisa. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Area of Aragon. (Abh-2118). (Acip-1543). (MIB-117/14b, Plate Coin). Anv.: Male head right, iberian letters SE behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding palm, iberian legend SEKAISA below. Ag. 3,86 g. Magnificent reverse. Very rare, even more in this state of preservation. Ex Jesús Vico (04/06/2009), lot 69. Almost XF/XF. Est...3000,00.

Starting bid

1.500 €

Current bid

1.500 €

Sesars. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Area of Aragon. (Abh-2194). (Acip-1403). (MIB-84/02c, Plate coin). Anv.: Bearded head right, iberian letter BON behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear, curved iberian legend SESARS below. Ag. 3,80 g. A good sample. Minimal hairlines. Rare. Ex Cayón, A. Aldecoa Lecanda Collection (03/07/2018), lot 220. Choice VF/Almost XF. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

450 €

Current bid

800 €

Turiasu. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Tarazona (Zaragoza). (Abh-2416). (Acip-1718). (MIB-109/15). Anv.: Bearded head right, iberian letters KA, crescent and TU. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear, iberian legend TURIASU below. Ag. 3,95 g. Minimal cleaned rust. A good sample yet. Very rare. XF/Almost XF. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

350 €

Current bid

350 €

Magnificent

Turiasu. Denarius. 120-20 BC. Tarazona (Zaragoza). (Abh-2417). (Acip-1722). (MIB-109/23a). Anv.: Bearded head right, iberian letter KA, S and TU. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear, iberian legend TURIASU below. Ag. 4,11 g. High weight. Gorgeous specimen. Original luster. Very rare in this condition. Almost MS/Mint state. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

250 €

Current bid

460 €

Anonymous. Didrachm - quadrigatus. 225-214 BC. Rome. (Craw-31/1). (Rsc-23a). Anv.: Laureate head of Janus; pellet below. Rev.: Jupiter standing in galloping quadriga driven to right by Victory, holding sceptre and reins, brandishing thunderbolt overhead; ROMA incuse on tablet below. Ag. 6,71 g. Delicate patina. Almost XF/Choice VF. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Current bid

380 €

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Anonymous. Denarius. 208-206 BC. Rome. (Ffc-29). (Craw-57/2). (Cal-22). Anv.: Head of Roma right, X behind. Rev.: The Dioscuri riding right, stars and crescent above, ROMA in linear frame. Ag. 4,27 g. Beautiful old cabinet tone with some bluish hue. Ex Tkalec (22/04/2007), lot 126. XF. Est...320,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Current bid

270 €

Ex Volteia Collection

Anonymous. Denarius. 211-210 BC. Uncertain mint. (Ffc-32). (Craw-109/1). Anv.: Head of Roma right, X behind. Rev.: The Dioscuri riding right, stars above, knife (curved) or Gaulish sword below horses, ROMA in exergue. Ag. 4,48 g. Georgeus old cabinet tone. Rare, even more in this condition. Ex Classical Numismatic Group vol. XLI, nº1 (15/03/2016), lot 421982; Ex Volteia Collection. XF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

700 €

Current bid

750 €

Dots and "C"

Anonymous. Denarius. 209-206 BC. Central Italy. (Ffc-68). (Craw-107/1b). (Cal-43). Anv.: Head of Roma right, X behind. Art Variety from the previous number. Rev.: The Dioscuri riding right, dots and C above. ROMA in linear frame. Ag. 4,25 g. Well centered. Rare. Ex Jesús Vico 135 (13/06/2013), lot 124. Almost XF. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Current bid

550 €

Anchor

Anonymous. Denarius. 209-208 BC. Rome. (Ffc-8). (Craw-50/2). (Cal-4). Anv.: Head of Roma right, X behind. Rev.: The Dioscuri riding right, stars above, anchor below horses, ROMA in linear frame. Ag. 4,89 g. Soft and attrative toned. Minor scratch on obverse. Rare. Ex Soler & Llach 1095 (23/02/2017), lot 50. XF. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

340 €

Aburius. Denarius. 132 BC. Rome. (Ffc-88). (Craw-250/1). (Cal-60). Anv.: Head of Roma right, GEM behind, X below chin. Rev.: Sol holding whip in quadriga right, M. ABVRI, (interlace AB and VR), below, ROMA in exergue. Ag. 3,99 g. Magnificent piece of fine style. Original luster. Ex Tkalec AG (09/05/2005), lot 121; Ex Tkalec AG (25/10/1996), lot 108. Mint state. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

260 €

Acilius. Man. Acilius Glabrio. Denarius. 55 BC. Rome. (Ffc-94). (Craw-442/1a). (Cal-66). Anv.: Laureate head of Salus right, but SALVATIS upwards behind. Rev.: MN. ACILIVS III VIR. VALETV, (interlace MN and TV), Valetudo (Salus) standing left, leaning against column and holding serpent. Circular legend. Ag. 3,91 g. Magnificent piece. Plenty of original luster. Nice tone. Minimal hairlines on the obverse Ex Cayón (11/12/2006), lot 230. Almost MS. Est...450,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

290 €

Aemilius. M Aemilius Scaurus y Pub. Plautius Hypsaeus. Denarius. 58 BC. Rome. (Ffc-120). (Craw-422/1b). Anv.: M. SCAVR. / AED. CVR., above king Aretas kneeling beside a camel right, EX., on left, S.C., on right REX. ARETAS., in exergue. Rev.: P. HVPSAEVS. / AED. CVR., above Jupiter in quadriga left, C. HVPSAE. COS. PREIVE., in exergue, scorpion below horses. Ag. 3,93 g. Rare in this condition. Original luster. Ex J.A. Herrero (16/12/2010), lot 93. AU. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

120 €

Current bid

350 €

NGC - MS 5/5, 4/5

Aemilius. Paullus Aemilius Lepidus. Denarius. 62 BC. Rome. (Ffc-126). (Craw-415/1). (Cal-91). Anv.: Veiled and diademed head of Concord right, PAVLLVS LEPIDVS CONCORDIA., around. Rev.: TER. above trophy, L. Aemilius Paullus on right, Perseus and his two sons as prisoners on left, PAVLLVS, in exergue. Ag. 4,02 g. Wonderful toned. Slabbed by NGC as MS, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

250 €

Current bid

750 €

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Afranius. Spurius Afranus. Denarius. 150 BC. Rome. (Ffc-133). (Craw-206/1). (Cal-112). Anv.: Head of Roma right, X behind. Rev.: Victory holding whip in biga right, SAFRA below horses, ROMA in exergue. Ag. 3,19 g. Some original luster remaining. Ex Cayón (09/05/2005), lot 4155. AU. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Current bid

170 €

Tauler & Fau

NGC - Choice AU 4/5, 4/5

Antonia. Q. Antonius Balbus. Denarius. 83-82 BC. Auxiliary mint of Rome. (Ffc-156). (Craw-364/1d). (Cal-139). Anv.: Laureate head of Jupiter right, S. C. behind. Rev.: Victory in quadriga right, letter M below horses, Q. ANTO. BALB./ PR., (ANT and AL interlace), in exergue. Ag. 4,05 g. Georgeus example. Plenty of original luster. Slabbed by NGC as Choice AU, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

300 €

No bids

Ex Alba Longa; FFC-Plate Coin

Caecilius. C.Caecilius Metellus Caprarius. Denarius. 125 BC. Rome. (Ffc-203, Plate Coin). (Craw-269/1). (Cal-279). Anv.: Head of Roma right, ROMA behind, X below chin. Rev.: Jupiter, crowned by flying Victory, in biga of elephants left, holding thunderbolt in left hand, C. METELLVS., (ME interlace) in exergue. Ag. 3,92 g. A superb specimen with a gorgeous old cabinet patina. Ex Alba Longa Collection, Áureo & Calicó 319 (07/11/2018), lote 162. AU. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Current bid

1.100 €

Caecilius. L. Caecilius Metellus. Denarius. 96 BC. Auxiliary mint of Rome. (Ffc-210). (Craw-335/1b). (Cal-286). Anv.: Laureate head of Apollo right, star below, L. METEL behind, A. ALB. S.F. before. Rev.: Roma seated left on shields, holding sword in left hand and spear in right hand, Victory stands behind crowning her, C. MALL., (AL interlace), ROMA in exergue. Ag. 3,94 g. Magnificent piece. Original luster. Almost MS. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

220 €

Caecilius. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius. Denarius. 81 BC. Hispania. (Ffc-215). (Craw-374/2). (Cal-290). Anv.: Diademed head of Pietas right, stork before. Rev.: Lituus and jug with handle, IMPER in exergue, all laurel-wreath. Ag. 3,80 g. Attractive old cabinet tone. It retains some minor luster. XF/Almost XF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

260 €

Ex Classical Numismatic Group

Calpurnius. C. Calpurnius Piso Frugi. Denarius. 64 BC. Rome. (Ffc-387). (Craw-408/1a). (Cal-340a). Anv.: Laureate head of Apollo right, symbol behind head. Rev.: Horseman galloping right, holding palm-branch, C. PISO L.F. FRVG., Greek letter above horseman. Ag. 4,04 g. Nice old cabinet tone with slight bluish hue and some underlying luster. Ex Classical Numismatic Group 75 (23/05/2007), lot 902; Ex Classical Numismatic Group XIV (20/03/1991), lot 701. AU. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Current bid

210 €

Cassius. L. Cassius Q.f. Longinus. Denarius. 78 BC. Rome. (Ffc-556). (Craw-386/1). (Cal-410). Anv.: Head of Liber or Bacchus right, thyrsus over shoulder. Rev.: Diademed head of Libera Ieft, L. CASSI. Q. F. behind. Ag. 4,06 g. Magnificent piece. Luster. Scarce in this grade. Ex J.A. Herrero (05/05/2011), lot 156. AU. Est...750,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Current bid

800 €

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