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Hadrian. Denarius. 136 AD. Rome. (Ric-II 3.2199). (Bmcre-630). (Rsc-717). Anv.: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, laureate head to right. Rev.: FIDES PVBLICA, Fides standing facing, head to right, holding corn ears and dish of fruits. Ag. 3,43 g. Nice coin with soft tone. Ex Cayón (09/05/2005), lot 4261. Almost MS. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

200 €

NGC - XF 5/5, 3/5

Aelius. Aureus. 136-138 AD. Rome. (Ric-II.3, 2707). (Calicó-1445). Anv.: L•AELIVS CAESAR, bare head to left. Rev.: TRIB POT COS II, Concordia seated to left, holding patera and leaning arm on cornucopiae set on throne; CONCORD in exergue. Au. 7,26 g.

Nice color and some original luster. Fine style and remarkable quality. Slightly bumps on the edge. Rare in this condition.
Slabbed by NGC as XF, Strike 5/5 Surface 3/5.

Ex Maison Palombo, (21/10/2017), lot 41. wich was hammered for 44.000 CHF
. Est...35000,00.

Starting bid

17.000 €

Antoninus Pius. Aureus. 145-161 AD. Rome. (Ric-158e). (Calicó-1460). Anv.: ANTONINVS AVG PI – VS P P TR P COS IIII. Laureate head left. Rev.: Minerva standing left, holding Victory and resting left hand on shield; against her left arm, spear. Au. 7,38 g. Minimal striking error on reverse. Rare. Ex Jesús Vico (05/03/2015), lot 120. Choice VF. Est...4500,00.

Starting bid

3.000 €

Ex Maison Palombo

Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius. Aureus. 140 AD. (Ric-415a, but Antoninus head bare). (Ch-Unlisted). (Calicó-1726, R3). (Bmcre-Unlisted). Anv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III. Laureate head of Antoninus right. Rev.: AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS. Bare head of youthful Marcus Aurelius right. Au. 7,23 g.

Extremely rare, this variety not recorded in RIC, BMC or Cohen! A handsome coin with two portraits of fine style and excelent eye apeal. It was encapsulated by NGC as AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5.

Ex Maison Palombo (21/10/2017), lot 44
. AU. Est...25000,00.

Starting bid

12.000 €

Ex Harlan J. Berk

Marcus Aurelius. Denarius. 161 AD. Rome. (Ric-III 22 var.). (Bmcre-16). (Rsc-507a). Anv.: IMP M AVREL ANTONINVS AVG, bare head to right, slight drapery on far shoulder. Rev.: PROV DEOR TR P XV COS III, Providentia standing to left, holding globe and cornucopiae. Ag. 3,44 g. Original luster. Gorgeous specimen. Ex Harlan J. Berk (11/01/2006), lot 477. Mint state. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Superb

Marcus Aurelius. Denarius. 148-149 AD. Rome. (Ric-III 444). (Bmcre-683). (Rsc-618). Anv.: AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F, bare head to right. Rev.: TR POT III COS II, Minerva standing facing, head to right, resting hand on grounded shield and holding vertical spear. Ag. 3,59 g. Magnificent piece. Original luster. Mint state/Almost MS. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Ex Jean Vinchon 1995

Faustina Junior. Aureus. 147-149 AD. Rome. (Ric-515a). (Calicó-2097c). (Bmc-1063). Anv.: FAVSTINAE AVG PII AVG FIL. Draped bust right, hair waved and coiled on back of head. Rev.: VENVS. Venus standing left, holding apple and rudder with dolphin twined around. Au. 7,31 g.

A magnificent specimen of fine style. Nice colour and some luster. It was encapsulated by NGC as AU, Strike 5/5, Sulface 4/5.

Ex Maison Palombo (21/10/2017), lot 49.
Ex Jean Vinchon (22-23/05/1995), lot 340
. AU. Est...30000,00.

Starting bid

15.000 €

Faustina Junior. Aureus. 161-176 AD. Rome. (Ric-III 679). (Calicó-2053). Anv.: FAVSTINA AVGVSTA. Draped bust right bare-headed, hair waved and fastened in a bun on back of head. Rev.: FECVNTITATI AVGVSTAE. Fecunditas, draped, standing right, holding infant; at left and right a child, extending his right hand to one of them. Au. 7,26 g. Slight traces of original luster. Beautiful colour. Attractive. Included collector´s label. Rare. Almost XF. Est...5000,00.

Starting bid

3.000 €

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Lucius Verus. Denarius. 161 AD. Rome. (Ric-III 463). (Bmcre-35). (Rsc-144). Anv.: IMP L AVREL VERVS AVG, bare head to right. Rev.: PROV DEOR TR P COS II, Providentia standing facing, head to left, holding globe and cornucopiae. Ag. 3,36 g. Soft tone. Nice and very attractive. Ex Jesús Vico (12/11/2009), lot 435. Almost MS/AU. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

120 €

Lucilla. Denarius. 163-181 AD. Rome. (Ric-III 786). (Bmcre-356). (Rsc-89). Anv.: LVCILLA AVGVSTA, draped bust to right. Rev.: VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing facing, head to left, holding Victory and supporting shield. Ag. 3,64 g. Nice specimen. Scarce in this grade. Ex Frizt Rudolf Künker 43 (07/12/2016), lot 296. Hannelore Scheiner collection; Ex G. Hirsch 298 (07/05/2014), lot 648. Almost MS. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

100 €

Pescennius Niger

Pescennius Niger. Denarius. 193-194 AD. Antioch. (Ric-IV 3a var. (obv. legend)). (Bmcre-var. (obv. legend)). (Rsc-7 var. (obv. legend)). Anv.: IMP CAES C PESC NIGER IVST AV. Laureate head to right. Rev.: BONAE SPEI. Spes walking to left, holding flower and raising skirt. Ag. 2,93 g. Very rare. Choice VF. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

500 €

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Clodius Albinus. Denarius. 193-195 AD. Rome. (Ric-IV 11a). (Bmcre-44). (Rsc-61). Anv.: D CL SEPT ALBIN CAES, bare head to right. Rev.: ROMAE AETERNAE, Roma seated to left on shield, holding palladium and spear. Ag. 3,93 g. Very beautiful specimen. Scarce, even more in this grade. Ex Áureo 301 (13/12/2017), lot 1132. Almost XF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Septimius Severus. Denarius. 198-202 AD. Laodicea ad Mare. (Ric-IV 510a). (Bmcre-669). (Rsc-345). Anv.: L SEPT SEV AVG IMP XI PART MAX, laureate head to right. Rev.: MONETA AVGG, Moneta seated to left, holding scales and cornucopiae. Ag. 2,98 g. Sharply struck and luster. Lovely sample. Ex Jesús Vico (16/11/2006), lot 354 . Mint state. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

100 €

Ex Numismatica Ars Classica

Julia Domna. Denarius. 211-217 AD. Rome. (Ric-IV 390). (Bmcre-29). (Rsc-230). Anv.: IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG, draped bust to right. Rev.: VESTA, Vesta standing facing, head to left, holding palladium and sceptre. Ag. 3,35 g. Magnificent piece. Sharply struck and fine style. Ex Numismatica Ars Classica 29 (11/05/2005), lot 575; Ex Tkalec (1996), lot 187. Mint state. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Caracalla. Denarius. 198 AD. Rome. (Ric-IV 25b). (Bmcre-107). (Rsc-159a). Anv.: IMP CAE M AVR ANT AVG P TR P, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: MINER VICTRIX, Minerva standing to left, holding Victory and spear; at feet, shield; behind, trophy. Ag. 3,15 g. Magnificent piece, it retains some luster and perfectly centered. Ex Tkalec (09/05/2005), lot 304. Mint state. Est...220,00.

Starting bid

100 €

Elagabalus. Denarius. 220-222 AD. Rome. (Ric-IV 100). (Bmcre-214). (Rsc-81a). Anv.: IMP ANTONINVS PIVS AVG,. Laureate and draped bust to right. Rev.: LIBERALITAS AVG - II. Liberalitas standing to left, holding abacus and cornucopiae. Ag. 3,43 g.  Virtually as struck. Sharp and clear, a lovely example. Plenty of original luster. Mint state. Est...160,00.

Starting bid

90 €

Julia Maesa. Denarius. 218-222 AD. Rome. (Ric-IV 271). (Bmcre-79/80). (Rsc-45). Anv.: IVLIA MAESA AVG, draped bust to right. Rev.: SAECVLI FELICITAS, Felicitas standing facing, head to left, holding caduceus and sacrificing over lighted altar; star in right field. Ag. 3,09 g. Magnificent piece. It retains some minor luster. Rare in this condition. Mint state. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Ex Baldwin's

Maximus. Denarius. 236-238 AD. Rome. (Ric-IV 3). (Bmcre-211/12). (Rsc-10). Anv.: MAXIMVS CAES GERM, bare-headed and draped bust to right. Rev.: PRINC IVVENTVTIS, prince standing facing, head to left, holding baton and transverse spear; two standards behind. Ag. 3,52 g. Delicate old cabinet tone. Perfectly centered struck. Very beautiful specimen. Ex Baldwin's 57 (23/09/2008), lot 157. XF. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

250 €

Valentinian II. Solidus. 389-391 AD. Trier. (Ric-IX 90a). (Depeyrot-53/1). Anv.: D N VALENTINIANVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: VICTORIA AVGG. Two emperors seated facing, together holding globe, Victory above, palm branch between; T-R across fields, COM in exergue. Au. 4,58 g. Gorgeous specimen. Very well-centered struck. Fine style. AU. Est...1800,00.

Starting bid

800 €

Arcadius. Solidus. 397-402 AD. Constantinople. (Ric-X 7). (Depeyrot-55/1). Anv.: D N ARCADIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing slightly to right, holding spear and shield decorated with horseman motif. Rev.: CONCORDIA AVGG Θ. Constantinopolis seated facing, head to right and with right foot on prow, holding sceptre and Victory on globe; CONOB in exergue. Au. 4,46 g. Graffiti on obverse. Lightly rubbed. With some original luster remaining. XF. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Arcadius. Solidus. 397-402 AD. Constantinople. (Ric-X 7). (Depeyrot-55/1). Anv.: D N ARCADIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing slightly to right, holding spear and shield decorated with horseman motif. Rev.: CONCORDIA AVGG Є. Constantinopolis seated facing, head to right and with right foot on prow, holding sceptre and Victory on globe; CONOB in exergue. Au. 4,39 g. Minor marks. Attractive. With some original luster remaining. Almost XF/XF. Est...650,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Arcadius. Solidus. 397-402 AD. Thessalonica. (Ric-X 37). (Depeyrot-44/1). Anv.: D N ARCADIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed and helmeted bust facing slightly to right, wearing cuirass decorated with christogram and holding spear on the shoulder and shield decorated with horseman motif. Rev.: CONCORDIA AVGG. Constantinopolis seated facing, head to right and with right foot on prow, holding sceptre and Victory on globe; COMOB in exergue. Au. 4,41 g. Rare. Almost XF. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Arcadius. Solidus. 388-392 AD. Constantinople. (Ric-IX 70c). (Depeyrot-47/3). Anv.: D N ARCADIVS P F AVG. Rosette-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: CONCORDIA AVGGG Z. Constantinopolis seated facing, head to right, on throne, holding sceptre and shield inscribed VOT V MVL X in four lines; right foot on prow; CONOB in exergue. Au. 4,48 g. With some original luster remaining. Minor scratch on obverse. AU. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Arcadius. Solidus. 402-408 AD. Sirmium. (Ric-IX 15b). (Depeyrot-34/1). Anv.: D N ARCADIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: VICTORIA AVGGG Є. Emperor standing facing, head to right, holding standard and Victory on globe, treading on captive seated to left; S-M across fields, COMOB in exergue. Au. 4,43 g. Almost XF/Choice VF. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

350 €

Arcadius. Solidus. 395-402 AD. Mediolanum. (Ric-X 1205). (Depeyrot-16/1). (Toffanin-500/2). Anv.: D N ARCADIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: VICTORIA AVGGG. Emperor standing to right, foot on bound captive, holding labarum and victory on globe; M-D across fields, COMOB in exergue. Au. 4,39 g. With some original luster remaining. Minor marks on obverse. XF. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Arcadius. Solidus. 402-408 AD. Aquileia. (Ric-X 1239). Anv.: D N ARCADIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: VICTORIA AVGGG. Emperor standing to right, holding standard and victory on globe, treading on captive seated to left; A-Q across fields, COMOB in exergue. Au. 4,52 g. Gorgeous specimen with well stuck, with some original luster remaininge. There are no references to similar examples in Acsearch and Coinarchives. Very rare. AU. Est...2000,00.

Starting bid

900 €

Honorius. Tremissis. 395-402 AD. Mediolanum. (Ric-X 1215). (Depeyrot-18/2). Anv.: D N HONORIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM. Victory advancing to right, holding globus cruciger and wreath; M-D across fields, COM in exergue. Au. 1,50 g. Good strike for this type. XF. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

250 €

Honorius. Solidus. 394-395 AD. Sirmium. (Ric-14d). (Depeyrot-34/3). (LRC-692). Anv.: D N HONORIVS P F AVG,. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: VICTORIA AVGGG H. Emperor standing to right, holding standard and Victory on globe, foot on captive to right; S-M across fields, COMOB in exergue. Au. 4,46 g. Rare. Almost XF/Choice VF. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Honorius. Solidus. 394-395 AD. Mediolanum. (Ric-IX 35c = RIC X 1206). (Depeyrot-16/2). Anv.: D N HONORIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: VICTORIA AVGGG. Emperor standing to right, holding labarum and Victory on globe, treading on captive to right; M-D across fields, COMOB in exergue. Au. 4,33 g. With some original luster remaining. XF/AU. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

600 €

Honorius. Solidus. 394-395 AD. Mediolanum. (Ric-IX 35c = RIC X 1206). (Depeyrot-16/2). Anv.: D N HONORIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust to right. Rev.: VICTORIA AVGGG. Emperor standing to right, holding labarum and Victory on globe, treading on captive to right; M-D across fields, COMOB in exergue. Au. 4,44 g. AU. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Honorius. Solidus. 397-402 AD. Thessalonica. (Ric-X 38). (Depeyrot-44/2). Anv.: D N HONORIVS P F AVG. Pearl-diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed bust facing slightly to right, holding spear over the shoulder and shield with rider motif; Christogram on breast. Rev.: CONCORDIA AVGG. Concordia seated to right, holding sceptre and Victory on globe, foot on prow; COMOB in exergue. Au. 4,38 g. Very rare. Good strike for this type. Original luster. AU. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Recesvintus (649-672). Tremissis. Córdoba. (Cnv-441.6). (R. Pliego-587g). Anv.: + RECCES/V/IN⊝VSR. Rev.: + CORDOBAPATRICIA. Au. 1,35 g. Diferent style. Attractive specimen. Sharply struck. Rare. AU. Est...3000,00.

Starting bid

2.000 €

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Ex Chaves Collection

Recesvintus (649-672). Tremissis. Toleto (Toledo). (Cnv-454.2). (R. Pliego-580a). Anv.: +RECCES/V/IN⊝VSP+. Rev.: +TOLETOPIVS. Au. 1,42 g. A good sample. Rare. Ex Chaves Collection. Almost XF. Est...2000,00.

Starting bid

1.200 €

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Egica and Witiza (698-702). Tremissis. Toleto (Toledo). (Cnv-571.18). (R. Pliego-727o). Anv.: +INDNMNEGICAP+. Rev.: +VVITTIZAP+RES. Au. 1,19 g. Very scarce. VF/Choice VF. Est...1800,00.

Starting bid

1.000 €

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Witiza (698-710). Tremissis. Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza). (Cnv-626c var). Anv.: + DHHVVITTIZA· Busto de frente. Rev.: + CESARAGUST·A∵ Cruz sobre gradas, debajo glóbulo. Au. 1,01 g. A good sample. Very rare. XF. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.500 €

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Extremely rare - MS 63

Abbasid Caliphate. 'Ali Muktafi Billah. Dinar. 293 AH = 906 AD. Ras al-'Ayn. (Album-243.1). (Bernardi-264Hl). Anv.: "There's no God, except Him, He has no equal" in three lines across field; "In the name of God was struck this dinar in Ras al-'Ayn in the year 3 and 90 and 200" in inner margin; Qur'an XXX, 4-5 in outer margin. Rev.: "Muhammad is the messenger of God" in three lines across field; Qur'an 9:33 in outer margin. Au. 3,08 g. An exceedingly rare dinar which is possibly unique. Slabbed by NGC as MS 63. The examples recorded by Bernardi for this mint are all dated 289-290. During his short reign, al-Mustakfi had to cope with both internal and external threats. The core regions of the Caliphate were menaced by the Qarmatians, a radical Isma'ili Shi'ite sect; on the other side, there was perennial conflict with the Byzantine Empire. Due to ill health, he suddenly died in 295 AH. From a private Swiss collection; Ex Roma Numismatics 46 (05/06/2018), lot 915. Est...6000,00.

Starting bid

3.000 €

Almoravid Taifas. Muhammad ibn ’Ali ibn al-Hadjam. Quirat. 540-545 H. Batalyus (Badajóz). Taifa of Badajoz. (Fbm-J1). (Vives-1987). Ae. 0,99 g. A good sample. Very rare. AU. Est...750,00.

Starting bid

400 €

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Almoravid Taifas. Muhammad ibn ’Ali ibn al-Hadjam. Quirat. 540-545 H. Sharish (Jerez de los Caballeros). (Fbm-J6). (Vives-1989). Ag. 0,92 g. Magnificent piece. A few specimens known. Of the highest rarity. Almost MS. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

600 €

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No more than 3 or 4 known

Almoravid Taifas. Muhammad ibn ’Ali ibn al-Hadjam. 1/2 quirate. 540-545 H. Batalyus (Badajóz). (Fbm-J8). (Vives-Unlisted). Ag. 0,48 g. No more than 3 or 4 known specimens. Extremely rare. XF. Est...2000,00.

Starting bid

1.000 €

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Kingdom of Navarre and Aragon. Alfonso el Batallador (1104-1134). Dinero. Jaca (Huesca). (Cru-217). (Ros-3.6.1). Anv.: ANFVS REX. Rev.: ARA-GON. Bi. 1,20 g. Rich billon content. A good sample. Rare in this condition. AU/XF. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Kingdom of Navarre and Aragon. Alfonso el Batallador (1104-1134). Dinero. Navarre. (Cru-219). (Ros-3.6.3). Anv.: ✠ANFVS SAN REX. Rev.: ✠ARAGONENSIS. Bi. 1,03 g. The legend begins at 9 o'clock. A good sample. Rare. XF. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

200 €

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No more than 2 or 3 known

The Crown of Aragon. Pedro IV (1336-1387). Malla. Mallorca. (Cru-453). (Cru C.G-2267). Anv.: + P ⁑ DEI ⁑ GRA ⁑ ARAGON. Crowned bust facing, between roses. Rev.: + ET ⁑ MAIOR - ICAR ⁑ REX. Cross. Bi. 0,36 g. No more than 2 or 3 known specimens despite the fact that Crusafont classifies it as unique. Probably the best specimen known. Of the highest rarity. Almost XF. Est...2000,00.

Starting bid

800 €

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Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Alfonso VII (1126-1157). Dinero. Leon. (Bautista-51). (Imperatrix-A7:58.1). Anv.: IMPERATO. Facing bust. Rev.: LEONIS CIVITA. Lion right. Bi. 0,76 g. Thin crack. Very rare. VF. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

300 €

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Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Alfonso VII (1126-1157). Dinero. (Bautista-60). (Imperatrix-A7:54.21). Anv.: LEONIS CI. Facing bust. Rev.: IMPERATOR. Corss. Bi. 0,86 g. Marca de ceca: Estrella a derecha del busto. Rara. Ex Áureo & Calicó (28/01/2009), lote 401. Almost VF/VF. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

250 €

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Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Alfonso VII (1126-1157). Dinero. No mint mark. (Bautista-100.4). (Imperatrix-A7:42). Anv.: LEON. Lion with human head on the left. Rev.:  TOLETA. Cross. Bi. 0,54 g. Very rare. VF. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

300 €

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Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Alfonso VII (1126-1157). Dinero. (Bautista-112.1 var). (Imperatrix-A7:52.10). Anv.: LEONI. Lion on the right with head turned. Rev.: · IMPERATOR. Cross. Bi. 0,95 g. Roundel above lion, three dots in triangle at beginning of legend and roundel at the beginning of the reverse legend. Patina. Rare. Choice VF. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

200 €

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Ex Hernández-Canut

Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Alfonso VII (1126-1157). Dinero. (Bautista-113). (Imperatrix-A7:52.18). Anv.: LEONIS. Lion on the right with head turned. Rev.: IMPERATOR. Cross. Bi. 0,67 g. Crescent above the lion's mouth. Some traces of luster. Attractive specimen. Rare. Ex Hernández-Canut Collection, Cayón (20/03/2020), lot 87. Almost XF/XF. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

300 €

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Kingdom of Castille and Leon. Alfonso VII (1126-1157). Dinero. (Bautista-113 var). (Imperatrix-A7:52.15). Anv.: LEONIS. Lion on the right with head turned. Rev.: IMPERATOR. Cross. Bi. 0,81 g. Crescent over the lion, three roundels in triangle at the beginning of the legend. Nice patina. Rare. XF/Almost XF. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

300 €

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