Coins 1 - Cisalpine Gaul, Insubres. Silver Drachm. Imitating Massalia. 2nd century BC. 2,26 gr. – 14.6 mm. O:\ Female head right. R:\...

Coins 2 - Celts in Eastern Europe AR Tetradrachm. Kugelwange Type. Circa 3rd century BC. 11.32 gr. – 23 mm, 3h. O:\ Celticised,...

Coins 3 - Celts. Imitations of Philip II of Macedon (2nd-1st centuries BC). Drachm. "Kugelwange" type. 2.19 g. - 16 mm. O:\ Stylized...

Coins 4 - Eastern Celts, Scordisci. Mint in northern Carpathian region. 2nd Century BC. AR Tetradrachm. 9.10 gr. – 24.30 mm....

Coins 5 - Eastern Europe. Imitations of Philip II of Macedon 100 BC. Drachm. 12mm - 1,62 gr. O:\ Stylized laureate head of Zeus right....

Coins 6 - EASTERN CELTS. 3rd-2nd century BC. Drachm. 4.40 gr. - 16.8 mm. ’Banat’ type (?). O:\ Celticized head of laureate Zeus to...

Coins 7 - Sicily, Panormos as Ziz. AR Litra. Circa 410-405 BC. 8 mm - 0,40 gr. O:\ Horned head of river god left. R:\ Forepart of...

Coins 9 - SICILY HIMERA 450-420 BC. HEMILITRON. AE 13.65 gr. - 23.40 mm. O:\ Gorgoneion with protruding tongue. R:\ Six pellets. SNG ANS...

Coins 10 - Sicily. Syracuse. Hieron I. 478-466 BC. Deinomenid Tyranny. Litra. AR 8 mm - 0,59 gr. O:\ Diademed head of Arethusa right. R:\...

Coins 11 - Sicily. Centuripae (Kentoripai). AE Hemilitron. 22.7 mm, 8.36 gr. after 241 BC. O:\ Laureate head of Apollo right. R:\...

Coins 12 - Bruttium, The Bretti. Æ Didrachm (13.65 g), ca. 208-203 BC. Helmeted head of Ares left within wreath. Reverse: BPETTIΩN,...

Coins 13 - Sicily. Syracuse. Bronze under tyrant Hiketas II. 288-278 BC. AE 10.13 gr. – 23.7 mm. O:\ Laureate head of Zeus Hellanios l....

Coins 14 - SICILY, Morgantina. Circa 339-317 BC. Litra. 0.76 gr. – 11 mm. O:\ MOPΓANTINΩN Female head to right. R:\ Horseman prancing...

Coins 15 - SICILY, Syracuse. Hieron II. 275-215 BC. Æ Litra. 6.87 gr. – 20.1 mm . Struck circa 275-269 BC. O:\ Wreathed head of Kore...

Coins 16 - Sicily, Syracuse. Fourth Democracy. 289-287 BC. Bronze. 9.27 gr. – 22.7 mm. O:\ Wreathed head of Persephone right; torch...

Coins 17 - Sicily. Himera. 420-407 BC. Hemilitron. Æ 17mm - 3,55g. O:\ IME, head of nymph left, six pellets before. R:\ Six pellets...

Coins 18 - Aiolis (Aeolis). Aigai “Aegae”. 2nd-1st century BC. Æ 4.48 gr. – 16.2 mm. O:\ Helmeted head of Athena r. R:\ Zeus...

Coins 19 - ARABIA. Southern. Himyar. 'Amdān Bayān Yahaqbiḍ. 100-120 AD. AR Fraction. 8.5 mm -0.40 g, 8h. Scyphate type with name...

Coins 21 - Kings of Bithynia. Prusias II Cynegos (182-149 BC). Bronze. AE 3.45 gr. – 16.4 mm. O:\ Head right, wearing winged diadem....

Coins 22 - Italy. Northern Apulia, Luceria. Cast AE reduced Semuncia, 217-212 BC. Obv. Crescent. Rev. Thyrsus with fillets. HN Italy 677...

Coins 23 - KINGS OF CAPPADOCIA. Ariobarzanes I Philoromaios (96-63 BC). Drachm. Mint A (Eusebeia under Mt. Argaios). Dated RY 30 (67/8...

Coins 24 - SATRAPS of CARIA. Hekatomnos. 395-377 BC. AR Drachm. 3.50 gr. – 16.1 mm. O:\ Forepart of roaring lion left; EKA above. R:\...

Coins 25 - CILICIA. Tarsos. Tarkumuwa (Datames), satrap of Cilicia and Cappadocia, 384-361/0 BC. Obol. 10 mm. 0,72 g. O:\ Diademed head...

Coins 26 - CILICIA. Soloi. Circa 410-375 BC. Obol. 9,4 mm - 0.50 gr. - 1h. O:\ Helmeted head of Athena right. R:\ Grape cluster. SNG BN...

Coins 27 - CILICIA. Elaiousa-Sebaste. 150-50 BC. Bronze 8.15 gr. – 19.5 mm. O:\ EP. Head of Zeus right, wearing taenia. R:\...

Coins 28 - Mopsos, Cilicia. 100-1 BC. Bronze. 5.66 gr. – 20.5 mm. O:\ Laureate head of Zeus right. R:\ MOΨEATΩN, burning altar on two...

Coins 29 - KINGS OF GALATIA. Amyntas, 39-25 BC. 14.00 gr. – 22.7 mm. O:\ Head of bearded Herakles to right with club over his shoulder;...

Coins 30 - IONIA, Klazomenai. Circa 499-494 BC. AR Diobol. 1.13 gr. - 9.0 mm. O:\ Forepart of winged boar right. R:\ Quadripartite incuse...

Coins 31 - IONIA, Klazomenai. Circa 499-494 BC. AR Diobol. 9 mm - 1,02 gr. O:\ Forepart of winged boar right. R:\ Quadripartite incuse...

Coins 32 - Ionia. Kolophon. Æ Hemiobol. Circa 50 BC. Apollas, magistrate. 4.75 gr. - 20.00 mm. O:\ AΠOΛΛAΣ, Homer seated left on...

Coins 33 - Ionia, Miletos. 510-494 BC. AR Diobol. Silver 1.05 gr. – 9.5 mm. O:\ Forepart of lion r., head turned back. R:\ Stellate...

Coins 34 - IONIA, Smyrna. 115-105 BC. Æ7.70 gr. – 20.3 mm. Apatorios, magistrate. O:\ Laureate head of Apollo right. R:\...

Coins 35 - Kushan Empire, Vashishka AV Dinar. Gandhara, AD 247-267. 7.92 gr. - 22mm, 12h. O:\ standing facing, head left, sacrificing...

Coins 36 - Lycia, Phaselis AR Stater. Circa 4th century BC. 10.30 gr. – 27 mm, 5h. O:\ Prow of galley to right, fighting platform...

Coins 37 - LYDIA. Hierocaesarea. Pseudo-autonomous. Time of Trajan to Hadrian (98-138). Ae. Weight: 3.40 gr. - 16 mm. O:\ Draped bust of...

Coins 38 - LYDIA. Sardes. Ae (Circa 133 BC-14 AD). 7.50 gr - 22,9 mm. O:\ Veiled and turreted bust of Tyche right. R:\...

Coins 39 - LYDIA. Sardes. circa 133 BC-AD 14. Bronze. 6.85 gr. – 17.2 mm. O:\ Laureate head of a Herakles to right, with lion's skin...

Coins 40 - Kings of Macedon. Kolophon. Antigonos I Monophthalmos 320-301 BC. Drachm. AR 18 mm - 3,89 gr. In the name and types of...

Coins 41 - Kingdom of Macedon. Philip III Arrhidaios AR Drachm. 4.25 gr. – 18 mm, 11h. In the name and types of Alexander III the...

Coins 42 - Kings of Macedon. Amphipolis. Philip III Arrhidaeus 323-317 BC. In the name and types of Philip II of Macedon. Tetrobol. AR 13...

Coins 43 - Kingdom of Macedon, Antigonos I Monophthalmos AR Drachm. 4.24g, 17mm, 12h. In the name and types of Alexander III. Kolophon,...

Coins 44 - Macedon. Alexander III ‘the Great’. 336-323 BC. Asia Minor, Uncertain southern mint. Circa 320-280 BC. AR Tetradrachm....

Coins 45 - KINGS OF MACEDON. Alexander III 'the Great', 336-323 BC. Bronze Hemiobol. AE 5.55 gr. – 18.0 mm. Tarsus, c. 327-323. O:\...

Coins 46 - Kingdom of Macedon. Alexander III the Great AR Drachm. Abydos, circa 310-301 BC. 18 mm - 4,06 gr. O:\ Head of Herakles right,...

Coins 47 - Macedon. Alexander III the Great. 336-323 BC. Bronze unit. AE 6.75 gr. – 17.5 mm. Macedonian mint. O:\ Head of Herakles...

Coins 48 - MYSIA. Cyzicus. 480-400 B.C. AR Obol. 0.70 gr. - 12,00 mm. O:\ Forepart of boar left, tunny fish upward facing at right. R:\...

Coins 49 - Mysia. Pergamon circa 200-30 BC. Bronze Æ 2.25 gr. – 15.0 mm. O:\ Laureate head of Asklepios right. R:\ AΣKΛHΠIOY...

Coins 50 - MYSIA. Cyzicus. 480-400 B.C. AR Obol. 0.85 gr. - 10,5 mm. O:\ Forepart of boar left, tunny fish upward facing at right. R:\...

Coins 51 - MYSIA. Cyzicus. 480-400 B.C. AR Obol. 0.85 gr. - 9,2 mm. O:\ Forepart of boar left, tunny fish upward facing at right. R:\...

Coins 52 - Paphlagonia. Sinope. 95-70 BC. Struck under Mithradates VI Eupator. Bronze. 8.00 gr. – 18.7 mm. O:\ Laureate head of Zeus...

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