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Visible crest and neackle

Attica. Tetradrachm. 454-404 BC. Athens. (Gc-2526). (Sng Cop-31). 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. 17,19 g. Rarely visible crest and neackle on this issue. Very well centered struck. It retains some luster. Rare with this presentation. AU. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

700 €

Attica. Tetradrachm. 454-404 BC. Athens. (Gc-2526). (Sng Cop-31). Anv.: Head of Athena right. Rev.: Owl standing to right with head facing, olive sprig and crescent behind, ΑΘΕ before; all within incuse square. Ae. 17,16 g. Beautiful reverse. XF/AU. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

600 €

Kroton

Bruttium. Kroton. Stater or Nomos. 530-500 BC. (HN Italy-2075). (Sng Ans-227-234). (Gc-225 var). (Cy-581). Anv.: Tripod with legs ending in lion's paws, with ornaments and serpents rising from the bowl; QPO left. Rev.: Incuse tripod, legs ending in lion's paws, ornaments and snakes in relief. Ag. 9,01 g. Attractive specimen. Almost XF. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Bruttium. Caulonia. Stater. 475-425 BC. (HN Italy-2046). (Sng Cop-1710). Anv.: Apollo advancing right, holding branch; small daimon running on his arm; on right, stag; on left, KAVΛ retrograde. Rev.: Stag standing right; on right, laurel branch; above, KAVΛ retrograde. Ag. 7,94 g. 20 mm. Minimal surface rust. Well-centered struck. Rare. Choice VF. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

600 €

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Cilicia. Tarsus. Stater. 455-400 BC. (BMC-unlisted). (SNG von Aulock-unlisted). (SNG Copenhagen-unlisted). (SNG France-unlisted). (SNG Levante-unlisted). (CNG-109, 190 - Asia Menor, ceca incierta). Anv.: Tarsus walls, with three visible towers, each topped by three merlons. Rev.: Forepart of bull to right, Key symbol to right; all within incuse square. Ag. 10,82 g. Lovely obverse struck. Very well-centered struck. Very rare. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. Almost XF/Choice VF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

800 €

Cilicia. Nagidos. Stater. 400-384 BC. (Lederer-25). (Casabonne-Type 4). (BMC-12). Anv.: Aphrodite enthroned to left, sacrificing out of phiale over lit altar; behind, Eros standing to left, crowning her with wreath held aloft in right hand. Rev.: Dionysos standing to left, holding grape bunch on vine in right hand and thyrsos in left; NAΓIΔEΩN around. Ag. 10,53 g. Nicely centered on a broad flan and a very pleasing example. Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection. AU. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

800 €

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Ex L. Rose collection

Cilicia. Pharnabazos. Stater. 380-373 BC. Tarsos. (Sng Aulock-5921). (Sng France-unlisted). (Sng Levante-unlisted). Anv.: Head of Arethusa facing slightly left, hair in ampyx, wearing single-pendant earrings and necklace with pendants. Rev.: Bearded head left, wearing crested helmet with raised ear flap and floral motif, drapery around neck; FRNBZW in Aramaic to left. Ag. 10,73 g. 23 mm. Very good specimen. Ex L. Rose collection. XF. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Cilicia. Tarsus. Estátera. 360-334 BC. (Sng París-335). (Sng Levante-106 var). Anv.: Baal of Tarsus enthroned and facing left, holding in the left hand a long sceptre; in the right hand a cluster of grapes, an ear of corn, and an eagle perched, facing right; Under the throne a monogram; and legend in the field to the right. Rev.: Lion attacking and devouring an ox, above Aramaic legend: MZDI, "MAZDAI" = MAZAIOS.. Ag. 10,87 g. Sharply and excepcionally centered struck. Very scarce in this condition. XF/Almost MS. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

600 €

Phoenician. Byblos. Estátera. 365-350 BC. Azbaal. (Sng Cop-132). (Bmc-4f). Anv.: Galley left, prow terminating in lion's head, containing two hoplites with crested helmets and round shields; below, hippocamp left, NO above tail. Rev.: Lion left, bringing down bull; Phoenician inscription above. Ag. 13,20 g. Rare. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. Choice VF/XF. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

600 €

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Thrace Islands. Thasos. Tetradrachm. 148-90/80 BC. (Hgc-6, 359). (Le Rider-Thasiennes 51). Anv.: Head of youthful Dionysos to right, wearing tainia and wreath of ivy and fruit. Rev.: HΡAKΛEOΥΣ - ΣΩTHΡOΣ / ΘAΣIΩN Herakles standing front, head to left, holding club in his right hand and lion skin draped over his left arm and shoulder; in inner left field, M. Ag. 16,66 g. Gorgeous obverse. Lightly repainted reverse. Beautiful. XF/Choice VF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

250 €

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Ionia. Erythrai. Hekte. 550-500 BC. (SNG Kayhan-737/8). (SNG von Aulock-1942). (Boston MFA-1806/7). Anv.: Head of Herakles to left, wearing lion skin headdress. Rev.: Rough quadripartite incuse square. El. 2,56 g. Choice VF. Est...700,00.

Starting bid

450 €

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Lesbos. Mytilene. Hekte - 1/6 stater. 521-478 BC. (Bodenstedt-13). (Sng Cop-301). (Sng von Aulock-1685). Anv.: Head of roaring lion to right. Rev.: Incuse head of calf to right; rectangular punch behind. El. 2,58 g. XF. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

800 €

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Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection

Lucania. Metapontion. Stater. 540-510 BC. (HN Italy-1467). (Noe-58). Anv.: Barley ear of six grains; MET to right. Rev.: Incuse barley ear of eight grains. Ag. 8,04 g. Old cabinet tone with some concrections. Rare. Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection. XF. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

700 €

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Bluish tones and sharply struck

Lucania. Metapontion. Stater. 330-280 BC. (HN Italy-1625). (Sng Ans-517). Anv.: Head of Demeter right wearing grain wreath, triple-drop earring and necklace. Rev.: Ear of barley with leaf to right, two amphorae to right , ΦΙ in lower right field, META to left. Ag. 7,81 g. Old cabinet tone with some bluish tones and sharply struck. Rare in this condition. Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection. AU. Est...3500,00.

Starting bid

2.000 €

Fine late classical style

Mysia. Kyzikos. Tetradracma. 390-340 BC. (Sng von Aulock-1218). (Sng Cop-unlisted). (Sng France-unlisted). Anv.: Wreathed head of Kore Soteira left, hair in sphendone covered with veil, two grain ears in hair; ΣΩTEIPA above. Rev.: Head of lion left, mouth open with tongue protruding, tunny fish below; KYZI around, bunch of grapes behind. Ag. 9,67 g. Attractive, well centered, lightly toned and of very fine late classical style. Very rare. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. XF/AU. Est...5000,00.

Starting bid

2.500 €

Ex Nomos

Pamphylia. Side. Tetradrachm. 430-400 BC. (Sng France-627). (SNG von Aulock-4765). Anv.: Pomegranate with its stem above and flower below. Rev.: Head of Athena to right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet and simple necklace; above to right, olive branch; all within incuse square. Ag. 9,16 g. A wonderful example. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. Ex Nomos 18, lot 191. The dies used in Southern Asia Minor in the end of 5th century were made by engravers of widely differing levels of talen. A decade earlier then this piece the helmeted head of Athena usual was archaic in style and rether reminiscent of the early heads of Aphrodite on the coinage of Knidos. While not of the highest artistic quality, those engravers were highly competents. However, on this piece - and on many others from the same period, the head of Athena is not only crude. The helmet is particulary odd: it almost looks as if Athena has a porcupine sitting on her head. The die cutter who produced this depiction had no real training in the Greek tradition; in fact, his level of skill is best compared with the Athenian tetradrachms struck c. 480. Mint state/Almost MS. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.200 €

Pamphylia. Side. Tetradrachm. 205-100 BC. (Sng Cop-397). (McClean-8121). Anv.: Head of Athena to right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet; on bowl, countermark: ΑΠΑ and bow in bowcase in round incuse. Rev.: ΔΗ - Μ, Nike advancing left, holdnig wreath; pomegranate to left. Ag. Slightly cleaned. In the 180s, we assist to an episode of countermarking on some Attic weight coins. Several cities using the cistophoric coinage started to apply countermarks on Alexanders and on coinages from four Pamphylians cities: Phaselis, Perge, Aspendos, and, most importantly, Side, whose coinage attests for roughly 80 % of all countermarked Pamphylian tetradrachms. The so-called ‘cistophoric’ countermarks were applied by no less than eleven cities, sharing a common design flanked with the abbreviated name of the the countermarking authority. In the case of this piece, the countermark was applied by the city of Apameia. Almost XF. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

250 €

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Sicily. Leontinoi. Tetradrachm. 440-430 BC. (Seaby-834 var). (Sng Ans-235). Anv.: ·Head of Apollo right. Rev.: Lion's head to the left, arround four grains of barley. Ag. 16,50 g. A good example. Well-centered struck. Patina. Choice VF. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

600 €

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Sicily. Gela. Tetradrachm. 420-415 BC. (Jenkins 471.5 - O91'/R180). Anv.: Biga driving left, Nike above. Rev.: Forepart of man-headed bull right, in field ΓΕΛΑΣ. Ag. 16,93 g. Patina. Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection. Almost VF/Choice VF. Est...1000,00.

Starting bid

500 €

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Excellent style

Carthaginian coinage in Sicily. Entella. Tetradracma. 400-360 BC. (Hgc-284). Anv.: Head of Tanit-Persephone to left, wearing wreath of grain leaves, triple-pendant earring and pearl necklace, around, three dolphins. Rev.: Head of a horse to left; behind, palm tree with two date clusters, below punic legend. Ag. 16,82 g. Excellent style. Beautiful piece. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. AU. Est...2000,00.

Starting bid

1.000 €

Sharply struck in high relief

Sicily. Entella. Tetradracma. 300-289 BC. (Jenkins, Punic 367–9). (Hgc-2, 295). Anv.: Head of Herakles to right, wearing lion skin headdress. Rev.: Horse's head left, before astragalus, behind palm tree with fruit, below Punic legend. Ag. 17,07 g. This coin was certainly executed by a highly competent artist, though some of the features of Alexander as Hercules show a slightly Punic tilt. Insignificant die break on reverse, otherwise, sharply struck in high relief and lovely toning. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. AU. Est...2500,00.

Starting bid

1.500 €

Ex NAC 106 (2018)

Thessaly. Larissa. Stater. 356-342 BC. (BCD Thessaly II 308). (HGC 4, 409). (L-S Type 2, Series A, dies O2/R2). Anv.: Head of the nymph Larissa facing slightly left, hair in ampyx, wearing single-pendant earring and necklace. Rev.: Bridled horse prancing right; ΛAPI-Σ-AIΩN around. Ag. 12,29 g. Struck from dies of lovely style. Pleasant color and appearence. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. Ex Numismatica Ars Classica 106 (9 May 2018), lot 1190. AU. Est...6000,00.

Starting bid

3.000 €

Thrace. Apollonia Pontika. Drachm. Late 5th-4th centuries BC. (Hgc-3.2, 1323). (SNG BM Black Sea-153). Anv.: Upright anchor; crayfish to left, A to right. Rev.: Facing gorgoneion. Ag. 3,24 g. Beautiful portrait. XF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Very rare Maroneia

Thrace. Maroneia. Tetradrachm. 386-347 BC. Magistrate, Megakleos. (Hgc-3, 1532). Anv.: Head of young Dionysos left, wearing ivy-wreath. Rev.: MAPONI / TEΩN - EΠ - MEΓAK - ΛEOΣ, grape vine with four bunches of grapes, leaves and tendrils, within linear square. Ag. 15,91 g. Very Rare. Boldly struck in high relief with old grey tone. NGC graded VF, Strike: 5/5, Surface, 1/5 smoothing. Very rare. NGC-VF. Est...4000,00.

Starting bid

1.800 €

Thrace. Koson. Stater. 42 BC. (RPC-1701). (Gc-1733). (Hgc-3, 2049). Anv.: Roman consul (L. Junius Brutus?) walking left, accompanied by two lictors, without monogram before, KOΣΩN in exergue. Rev.: Eagle with spread wings standing left on sceptre, clutching laurel wreath in right talon. Au. 8,58 g. No monogram on obverse . AU. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

800 €

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Seleukid Kingdom. Antiochos VIII Epiphanes. Tetradrachm. 109-96 BC. Antioch. (SC-2309.2c). Anv.: Diademed head of Antiochos to right within fillet border. Rev.: ΒAΣΙΛEΩΣ ΑNTIOXOY EΠIΦANOYΣ, Zeus Nikephoros seated to left, holding sceptre; PE monogram above A in outer left field, control mark under throne. Ag. 16,26 g. Nice example. XF. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

300 €

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Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection

Kingdom of Macedon. Philip II. Tetradrachm. 359-336 BC. Pella. (Le Rider-530). (SNG Lockett-1414). Anv.: Laureate head of Zeus right. Rev.: ΦΙΛΙΠ-ΠΟΥ. Youth, holding palm frond and rein, on horseback right; Controls: Below, serpent coiled right; Boeotian shield in exergue. Ag. 14,34 g. Boldly struck from dies of wonderful style. A simply magnificent specimen of superb style. Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection. Mint state. Est...12000,00.

Starting bid

7.000 €

Superb style

Kingdom of Macedon. Philip II. Tetradracma. 323-316 BC. Amphipolis. In the types of Philip II. (Le Rider-46). Anv.: Laureate head of Zeus right. Rev.: ΦΙΛΙΠ-ΠΟΥ. Youth, holding palm frond and rein, on horseback right; aphlaston below, Π below raised foreleg. Ag. 14,41 g. Struck in high relief from exceptionally detailed dies. A fantastic portrait of superb style. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. FDC. Est...4000,00.

Starting bid

1.500 €

Kingdom of Macedon. Philip III Arrhidaios. Stater. 323-317 BC. Magnesia ad Maeandrum. In the name and types of Philip II. (Le Rider pl. 90, 15). (Sng Ans-313). (Thomson-Philip 3). Anv.: Head of Apollo right, wearing laurel wreath. Rev.: Charioteer, holding kentron and reins, driving fast biga right; bee below, (spearhead in exergue). Au. 8,51 g. 19mm. Ex Cayón '50 Years' Auction, 31 January 2018, lot 5008. XF. Est...4000,00.

Starting bid

2.000 €

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Antigonos III Doson

Kingdom of Macedon. Antigonos III Doson. Tetradracma. 229-221 BC. Amphipolis. (SNG München-1121-3); (SNG Saroglos-933); (SNG Ashmolean-3266); (Dewing-1206). (Sng Cop-6789). Anv.: Head of Poseidon to right, wearing wreath of marine plants . Rev.: BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIΓONOY, Apollo, testing bow in extended right hand, seated to left on prow; monogram below. Ag. 17,74 g. Magnificent piece. Fine style. With some original luster remaining. Rare. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. AU. Est...5000,00.

Starting bid

2.000 €

Kingdom of Thrace. Istros. Dracma. 400-350 BC. (Gc-1669). (Cy-1540). Anv.: Two young male heads facing (the Dioscuri?), side by side, one upright, the other inverted . Rev.: IΣTPIH, sea-eagle left attacking dolphin; monogram below dolphin. Ag. 5,92 g. Rarely encountered this good struck. XF. Est...350,00.

Starting bid

200 €

Kingdom of Thrace. Lysimachos. Tetradrachm. 305-281 BC. Uncertain mint. Without mint mark. (Mektepini-232). (Müller-unlisted). (Thomson-unlisted). Anv.: Head of Alexander the Great, diademed with the horn of Amon and deidified to the right. Rev.: Athena seated left, without control markings. Ag. 16,76 g. Rare, even more in this grade. AU. Est...1200,00.

Starting bid

800 €

Kingdom of Thrace. Lysimachos. Tetradrachm. 305-281 BC. Kios. (Hgc-7, 555). (Müller-411). Anv.: Diademed head of the deified Alexander right, wearing horn of Ammon. Rev.: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ / ΛΥΣΙΜΑΧΟΥ. Athena seated left, holding Nike and spear over shoulder, resting elbow on shield. Controls: club in outer left field; monogram in inner left field; bow in bowcase and KT in exergue. Ag. 16,83 g. Slight cleaning. Fine style. XF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

800 €

Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection

Sátrapas de Caria. Mylasa. Stater. 395-377 BC. Struck under Satrap Hekatomnos. (Sng von Aulock-2354). Anv.: Zeus Labraundos standing right, holding labrys over shoulder and long scepter. Rev.: EKATOMNΩ, lion standing right, at bay. Ag. 14,74 g. 22 mm. Old cabinet tone. Rare. Ex Jean Gustav Prudent Collection. Almost XF. Est...3000,00.

Starting bid

1.200 €

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Ex Chrysos Collection 1980

Zeugitania. Carthage. Stater. 350-320 BC. (Jenkins & Lewis Group IIIh, 93). Anv.: Head of Tanit left, wearing wreath of grain ears, triple-pendant earring, and necklace with eight pendants. Rev.: Horse standing right; three pellets on ground line before leading hind leg. Au. 9,19 g. A tremendous example boasting crisp strike details in high relief from fine style dies, fully lustrous. Virtually as Mint state. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. From the Chrysos Collection, adquired in Geneve in 1980. FDC. Est...15000,00.

Starting bid

7.000 €

Arsaos. Denarius. 120-80 BC. Area of Navarra. (Abh-139). (Acip-1657). (C-15). Anv.: Bearded male head right wirh two lines of curly hair and ornament between., dolphin before, plough behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding bipennis, iberian legend ARSAOS. Ag. 4,23 g. Planchet crack. Very rare. Choice VF/VF. Est...800,00.

Starting bid

500 €

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No more than 6 known specimens

Hispanic-Carthaginian Coinage. 1/12 Shekel. 220-210 BC. Cartagena (Murcia). (Abh-unlisted). (Acip-unlisted). (MIB-8/87, Plate coin). Anv.: Palm tree without fruits between Punic legend "Ayin" and ¿Sade or nun?. Rev.: Horse's head to the right with point under the jaw. Ag. 0,49 g. No more than 6 known specimens (including this one that we present), all of them share the same stamps, half of them presenting holes. Recently published in an interesting article by Manuel Pina (www.Tesorillo.com) that sheds light on these rare emissions. Extremely rare, even more without hole. Choice VF. Est...1500,00.

Starting bid

700 €

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Anonymous. Didrachm - quadrigatus. 220-205 BC. Rome. (Craw-29/3). (Seaby-64). Anv.: Laureate head of Janus. Rev.: Jupiter in quadriga right with Victory, below ROME. Ag. 6,69 g. Soft tone. Scarce. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. XF. Est...750,00.

Starting bid

400 €

Anonymous. Denarius. 143 BC. Rome. (Ffc-82). (Craw-222/1). (Cal-57). Anv.: Head of Roma right, X behind. Rev.: Diana holding whip in biga of stags right, crescent below their forelegs, ROMA in exergue. Ag. 3,84 g. It retains some original luster on reverse. A good sample. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. Almost XF/XF. Est...200,00.

Starting bid

90 €

Superb specimen

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. 3,95 g. Superb specimen with all its original luster. Virtually as struck. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Colletion. Mint state. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

300 €

Ex A. Franklin Collection

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. 3,87 g. Beautiful iridescent cabinet tone. Slightly off-centre on reverse, otherwise an attractive specimen. Acquired from Baldwin's Auctions LTD. Ex Alfred Franklin Collection of Ancient Coins. XF/Almost XF. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Magnificent - Ex Poinssot

Aemilius. Paullus Aemilius Lepidus. Denarius. 62 BC. Rome. (Ffc-129). (Craw-417/1a). (Cal-94). Anv.: Veiled and diademed head of Concord right, PAVLLVS LEPIDVS CONCORD., around. Rev.: PVTEAL. SCRIBON., above representation of the Scribonian well, on step of which, hammer, LIBO. below. Ag. 3,65 g. Beautiful old cabinet tone with some luster. Magnificent specimen. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. Ex Poinssot Collection (1879-1967). Almost MS. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

250 €

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. 3,88 g. Remains of original luster. Sharply struck. Slightly off centered, otherwise an attractive specimen. AU. Est...300,00.

Starting bid

150 €

Ex Tkalec October, 2011

Calpurnius. L. Piso Frugi. Denarius. 90 a.C. Rome. (Craw-340/1). (Babelon-11). Anv.: Laureate head of Apollo right; behind, L and before, E. Rev.: Horseman galloping right, holding palm-branch; below, L PISO FRVGI / O. Ag. 3,91 g. Georgeous specimen withremains of original luster and light golden tones. Virtually as struck and almost Fdc. Ex Tkalec sale 27th October, 2011, lot 127. Mint state. Est...500,00.

Starting bid

250 €

Caecilius. Q. Caecilius Metellus Plus Scipio y M. Eppius. Denarius. 47-46 BC. Africa. (Ffc-216). (Craw-461/1). (Cal-291). Anv.: Head of Africa right, wearing elephant's skin, corn stalk and Q. METELL before, plough below, SCIPIO. IMP behind. Rev.: Hercules standing facing, EPPIVS on right, (LEG. F.C.), (Legatus flandum curavit) on Ieft. Ag. 3,82 g. With some original luster remaining. Displaced struck. Rare in this condition. XF/AU. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Calpurnius. L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi. Denarius. 90-89 BC. Rome. (Ffc-266). (Craw-340/1). (Cal-308h). Anv.: Laureate head of Apolo right, letter M behind head, letter E below chin. Rev.: Horseman galloping right, holding palm-branch, letter O below legend, L. PISO FRVG (I).. Ag. 4,02 g. Beautiful old cabinet tone. Attractive. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. XF. Est...400,00.

Starting bid

150 €

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. 3,94 g. With some original luster remaining. Rare in this condition. XF/AU. Est...900,00.

Starting bid

500 €

Ex Numiphil Basel in the 60s

Cassius. Q. Cassius Longinus. Denarius. 55 BC. Rome. (Ffc-560). (Craw-428/2). (Cal-414). Anv.: Head of Libery right, LIBERT behind, Q. CASSIVS before. Rev.: Curule chair within circular temple of Vesta between urn and voting tablet inscribed AC. Ag. 4,06 g. Beautiful old cabinet patina with light orange tones. Two hairlines on obverse, otherwise a magnificent specimen. Ex Arcipreste de Hita Collection. Ex Leu Numismatik, Auction 5, lot 312. From an old Swiss collection, acquired privately from Numiphil Basel in the 60s or 70s.. XF. Est...600,00.

Starting bid

300 €