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Auktion 21  -  27.11.2020 16:30
Coins, banknotes and medals

Page 1 of 26 (520 Lots total)
Lot 1
CELTS. Uncertain region, possibly Celts in Balkans. 500-100 BC. Æ ring money (1,21 g, 17 mm). Bronze ring with blue-green patina. Grade:NA
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Lot 2
DANUBIAN CELTS. Circa 200 BC. AR tetradrachm imitating those of Alexander III of Macedon (See Mesembria Price 1047) (5,56 g). Head of Heracles right, wearing lion skin headdress / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩ(?) AΛEΞANΔ(...?). Zeus sitting on throne to left, holding eagle and scepter; helmet in left field and greek letters ΔA. Small edge cuts. Toned. Ex. Oslo Mynthandel nr. 67, lot 1510. November 27th, 2011 Grade:1+
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Lot 3
GAUL, Messalia. After 400 BC. AR obol (0,60 g). Head of young Apollo to right / Wheel with four spokes; M - A within two of the four sections. Light cabinet toning. Ex. Oslo Myntgalleri nr. 2, lot 675. May 4th, 2013 Grade:1+
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Lot 4
GAUL, Messalia. After 400 BC. AR obol (0,73 g). Head of young Apollo to right, with sideburns / Wheel with four spokes; M - A within two of the four sections. Wonderful dark cabinet toning. Magna Graecia (Greater Greece) is the common name for all the greek colonies in Italy, here represented by lot 5 to 64. These colonies were founded by various mother cities in mainland Greece and other greek cities in the eastern Mediterranean. Grade:1+/01
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Lot 5
CAMPANIA, Neapolis. Circa 320-275 BC. AR didrachm (7,12 g). Head of Parthenope to right, wearing diadem, earring and necklace. Small Artemis behind head / Man-headed bull walking right; Nike flying right, above, crowning bull's head. Π below. Several punch marks. Nice old cabinet toning. Grade:1+
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Lot 6
CAMPANIA, Neapolis. Circa 320-275 BC. AR didrachm (7,25 g). Head of Parthenope to right, wearing diadem, earring and necklace. Small Artemis behind head / Man-headed bull walking right; Nike flying right, above, crowning bull's head. Well centered for type. Lightly toned with some iridescence. Grade:1+
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Lot 7
NORTHERN APULIA, Arpi. Circa. 320-275 BC. Æ unit (6,31 g). EIHMAN, Laureate head of Apollo left, lyre behind / APΠANΩN, Lion standing right, pentagram above. Very light corrosion. Dark brown patina. Rare. Ex. Artemide Aste 24E, lot 1021. October 20th, 2013 This reverse type derives from the coinage of Velia Grade:1+
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Lot 8
CALABRIA, Taras. Circa 332-302 BC. AR didrachm (7,73 g). Warrior on horseback charging right, spearing downward and holding shield and two other spears / TAPAΣ, Taras astride dolphin, riding left and holding trident and decorated shield. Counch or murex shell below. Well centered for type. Lightly toned. Grade:1+
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Lot 9
CALABRIA, Taras. Circa 332-302 BC. AR didrachm (7,88 g). Youth on horseback prancing right, crowning himself; Ionic capital below; faint ΣA below horse / TAPAΣ, Taras astride dolphin, riding left, holding serpent? and whip; KON below. Nicely toned. Grade:1+
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Lot 10
CALABRIA, Taras. Circa 325-280 BC. AR tritetartemoria (0,34 g). Horse head right with monogram to right / Horse head left. Small fran crack. Toned. Grade:1+
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Lot 11
CALABRIA, Taras. Circa 302-280 BC. AR didrachm (7,80 g). Youth on horse standing right, crowning horse / TΑΡΑΣ /AΓA, Taras astride dolphin, riding left and holding bunch of grapes. Well centered for the type. Toned. Grade:1+/01
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Lot 12
CALABRIA, Taras. Circa 272-240 BC. AR drachm (3,20 g). Head of Athena in Attic helmet to right, helmet ornamented with Skylla / NIKOPATHΣ /AN/TAP, Owl with closed wings standing right on Ionic capital, head facing. Lightly toned. Grade:1+
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Lot 13
CALABRIA, Taras. Circa 272-240 BC. AR didrachm (6,39 g). Aristokle magistrate. API ΣTO/KΛHΣ, Warrior on horseback galopping right, spearing downward and holding shield and two other spears; ΔI to left / Phalanthos astride dolphin, riding left and holding trident and kantharos; nymph head to the right. A detailed coin struck from fresh dies. Small cleaning scratches under tone on the reverse. Wonderful iridescent toning. Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 266, lot 11. October 19th, 2011. Ex. Deyo Collection. Ex. Coin Galleries 53, lot 16. November 17th, 1981 Grade:1+/01
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Lot 14
CALABRIA, Taras. Circa 212-209 BC. AR drachm or half shekel (3,40 g). Struck under the punic occupation. ΣΩKANNAΣ, Cavaleryman on horse prancing left, holding palm branch / Phalanthos or Taras astride dolphin, holding kantharos and trident; eagle to right. Reverse field slightly porous and with a few deposits. Bright surfaces. Ex. Classical Numismatic Group Electronic Auction 314, lot 34. November 6th, 2013. Grade:1+/01
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Lot 15
LUCANIA, Metapontion. 540-510 BC. AR stater (7,04 g). META, Grain ear / incuse grain ear. Slightly porous surfaces. Light grey cabinet toning. Grade:1+
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Lot 16
LUCANIA, Metapontion. 340-330 BC. AR didrachm (7,57 g). Veiled head of Demeter to right, wreathed with grain / META, Grain ear. Lightly toned with lusterous surfaces. Grade:1+
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Lot 17
LUCANIA, Metapontion. 330-290 BC. AR didrachm (7,82 g). Wreathed head of Demeter left. Magistrate name ΔΩPI below chin / META, Grain ear with leaf to left; pitchfork above leaf to left; AΔ below leaf. Some die wear on obverse and small die break on reverse. Lusterous and lightly toned. Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Auction 103, lot 45. September 14th, 2016. Grade:1+/01
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Lot 18
LUCANIA, Metapontion. 340-330 BC. AR didrachm (7,84 g). Wreathed head of Demeter to right, wreathed with grain / META, Grain ear with leaf to right, plow above leaf. Struck on a compact flan. Nice iridescent toning. Grade:1+
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Lot 19
LUCANIA, Thurium. 400-380 BC. AR didrachm (7,65 g). Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet decorated with Scylla hurling a spear / ΘOYPIΩN, Bull butting right; fish under ground line. Minor pitting on the surfaces. Well centered for type and with a light cabinet toning. Grade:1+
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Lot 20
LUCANIA, Velia. Circa 440-400 BC. AR drachm (3,91 g). Head of nymph left / YEΛH, Owl standing left on a spray of olive-leaves. Wonderfully toned. Ex. Schlesinger nr. 18, June 26th, 1934. Ex. Arne Bruun Rasmussen Auction 245, lot 266. March 10-12th, 1970. Ex. Paul M. Proschowsky Collection. Ex. Museumsbygningen Kunstauktioner nr. 35, lot 43. November 10th, 2004. Ex. Jens Hermann's Collection. Ex. Tore Trosdahl Collection Grade:1+/01
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