Results from 181 to 240 of 480
Lot # 181 - L. Aemilius Lepidus Paullus, 62 BC. Denarius (Silver, 17,00 mm, 3.96 g), Rome. PAVLLVS LEPIDVS CONCORDIA Diademed and veiled head of Concordia to right. Rev. Trophy; on left, three captives (King Perseus of Macedon and his sons); on right, togate figure standing left (L. Aemilius Paullus); above, TER; in exergue, PAVLLVS. Crawford 415/1. Sydenham 926. Babelon (Aemilia) 122, 10. BMCRR Rome I, 3373. RBW 1497. Very Fine. This coin commemorates the victories of the moneyer's reputed ancestor, L. Aemilius Paullus. The letters TER on the reverse refer to L. Aemilius Paullus' three triumphs: in Spain in 190 BC, Liguria in 181 BC and at the famous battle of Pydna in 168 BC, when the Romans extinguished the independent Macedonian kingdom
Lot # 182 - L. Scribonius Libo, 62 BC. Denarius (19.76 mm, 3.51 g), Rome. Diademed head of Bonus Eventus to right; behind, LIBO; before, BON EVENT. Rev. Puteal Scribonianum decorated with garland and two lyres; at base, hammer; above, PVTEAL; below, [SC]RIBON. Crawford 416/1a. Sydenham 928. Babelon (Scribonia), 427, 8. BMCRR I, 419, 3377. RBW 1500. Some scratches with deposits, otherwise, Very Fine. The Puteal Scribonianum was located in the Forum Romanum in Ancient Rome. Puteals were round or square well-heads covering the opening of a well. The particular puteal represented on this coin was dedicated or renovated by a member of the Libo family.
Lot # 183 - C. Considius Nonianus, 56 BC. Denarius (Silver, 19,81 mm, 3,35 g), Rome. CONSIDI NONIANI - S•C Laureate and draped bust of Venus Erycina to right, wearing stephane and pendant earring. Rev. The Temple of Venus Erycina on the summit of Mount Eryx: tetrastyle temple seen from front on rocky mountain surrounded by a wall with crenelated tower at each end and a gate in center; above gate, ERVC. Babelon (Considia) 1a. Crawford 424/1. RBW 1522. Sydenham 886. Banker’s mark. Very Fine.
Lot # 184 - Sextus Pompeius, circa 45-36 BC. As (Bronze, 31.74 mm, 24.09 g) Uncertain mint in Sicily, issued circa 45/44 BC in the name of Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus. [MA]GNVS (MA linked) above. Laureate head of Janus with features of Pompeius Magnus. Rev. Prow of galley to right decorated with star, PIVS above, [IMP] below in exergue. Crawford 479/1; Sydenham 1044a; Sear 336; RPC I, 671. Very Fine.
Lot # 185 - Q. Caepio Brutus, 43-42 BC. Denarius (Silver, 14.90 mm, 3.58 g). Military mint traveling with Brutus in Lycia. LEIBERTAS Head of Libertas to right, wearing hair rolled back and collected into a knot behind. Rev. CAEPIO BRVTVS [PRO COS] Lyre between quiver to left and laurel branch tied with fillet to right. Crawford 501/1. Sydenham 1287. Babelon (Junia), 115, 34. RBW 1767. Scratches with deposits and corrosion, otherwise, Nearly Very Fine. Rare.
Lot # 186 - Lucius Iulius Bursio, 85 BC. Denarius (Silver, 18.20 mm, 3.70 g) Rome. Laureate and draped bust of Apollo Vejovis right, with long hair in ringlets and winged head, trident and caduceus behind his head. Rev. L.IULI BVRSIO in exergue. Crawford 352/1c; Sydenhamn 728a-b; Babelon (Julia) 5a. Pleasant dark patina and obverse well struck. Nearly Nery Fine.
Lot # 187 - KING OF BOSPOROS. Aspourgos and Tiberius, circa 14-37. 12 Units (Bronze, 22.80 mm, 8.14 g). ΤΙΒΕΡΙΟΥ Κ[ΑΙΚΑ]ΡΟΣ Laureate head of Tiberius right. Rev. Diademed head of Aspourgos right; in field, BAP monogram and IB. RPC I Online 1903. SNG Stancomb 966. Brown tone. Very Fine. From a Swiss collection acquired before 2005.
Lot # 188 - PONTUS. Heracleopolis (as Sebastopolis). Gallienus, 253-268. Tetrassarion (Bronze, 30.16 mm, 12.39 g) dated CY 266 (= 263/4). ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΠΟ ΛΙΚ ΓΑΛΛΙΗΝΟC Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gallienus right, seen from behind. Rev. CЄBACTO HPAKΛЄO Amphiprostyle temple with two opposite tetrastyle facades, decorated with pellet inside the tympanum, statue of Herakles standing facing, holding club in the right resting hand and lion skin in the left resting hand, within arcade or niche with balustrade between facades. ЄT to upper field, ςIC (date) in exergue. SNG von Aulock 136 var. (bust radiate); Amandry & Remy 66; Waddington, RG 22. Some corrosion and deposits, otherwise, Very Fine. Very rare. From a European collection formed prior to 2005.
Lot # 189 - IONIA. Smyrna. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Time of Domitian 81-96. Assarion (Bronze, 20.00 mm, 4.46 g), Sextus Julius Frontinus, Myrton and Reginus, magistrates. ΑΝΘΥ - ΦΡΟΝΤЄΙΝΩ Bearded head of Herakles to right. Rev. ЄΠΙ ΜΥΡΤΟΥ - ΡΗΓЄΙΝΟϹ River-god reclining left on urn, holding reed in his right hand; below, ΖΜΥΡ. RPC II, 1014. SNG von Aulock 2173. SNG Cop. 1248. BMC Ionia, 251, 135-137. Dark green patina overlaid by earthen deposits and some scratches. Very Fine.
Lot # 190 - CARIA. Trapezopolis. Vespasian, 69-79. Bronze (Bronze, 24.00 mm, 9.67 g). Tiberius Claudius Orontes, magistrate. ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ ΣΕ[ΒΑΣΤΟΣ] Laureate head of Vespasian right. Rev. ΤΡΑΠΕΖΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟ Τ [ΟΡΟ]ΝΤΗΣ Cybele standing facing, between two lions. RPC II Online 1234. Brown patina with deposits. Rare, only four examples in RPC. Very Fine.
Lot # 191 - CARIA. Trapezopolis. Hadrian, 117-138. (Bronze, 24.38 mm, 8.03 g). Titus Flavius Maximus Lysias, magistrate. AV KAI TPA AΔPIANOC CЄ Laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian right, with paludamentum. Rev. ΔΙΑ Τ ΦΛΑ ΜΑΞ ΛΥϹΙΟΥ ΤΡΑΠƐΖΟΠΟΛΙΤΩΝ Apollo standing right, drawing arrow from quiver with his right hand; holding bow in left. RPC III Online 2262. Dark brown patina with deposits. Good Very Fine. Extremely rare, only two examples in RPC Online.
Lot # 192 - LYDIA. Gordus-Julia. Plotina Augusta (wife of Trajan) 105-123. Ae (17.00 mm, 3.59 g) struck under the magistrate Poplius. [ΠΛΩΤЄΙΝΑ] left, CЄBACTH right. Draped bust of Plotina right, wearing diadem. Rev. ЄΠΙ ΠΟΠΛΙΟΥ Γ[Ο]ΡΔΗ[Ν]ΩN Zeus seated bare-chested left on chair, holding patera in the right extended hand and long scepter with drapery in the left hand. SNG Munchen 189; BMC 18; RPC III, 2550; Kurth 38. Minor deposits. Nearly Very Fine. Rare.
Lot # 193 - LYDIA. Gordus-Julia. Sabina Augusta (wife of Hadrian) Bronze (Bronze, 18.00 mm, 4.30 g) 128-136/7. CABЄINA CЄBACTH Draped bust of Sabina right wearing stephane. Rev. IOYΛΙΓΟΡ ΔΗΝΩΝ Cult statue of Artemis-Ephesia standing facing and wearing polos and veil, open arms right angle, flanking by two stags standing to left and to right respectively. BMC 20-21; Waddington 4975; SNG Copenhagen - ; SNG von Aulock 2982; SNG France 391; GRPC Lydia 43. Deposits. Nearly Very Fine.
Lot # 194 - LYDIA. Hermocapelia. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Assarion (Orichalcum, 19.00 mm, 4.05 g) Time of Hadrian, 117-138. IEPA (EP linked) CYN KΛΗΤΟC Draped bust of the Senate right. Rev. ΘЄA Ν? PΩ [ΕΙ]Ρ [Μ] Ο ΚΑΠΗ Draped bust of Roma right, monogram AP below to right. BMC - ; SNG Copenhagen 164. Nearly Very Fine.
Lot # 195 - LYDIA. Hierocaesaraea. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Bronze (Bronze, 16.44 mm, 3.36 g), time of Nero, 54-68. ΙЄΡΟΚΑΙCΑΡЄΩΝ Draped bust of Artemis to right. Rev. ЄΠI ΚΑΠΙTωNOC ΑΡXIЄPЄωC Forepart of running stag to right. BMC Lydia, 102, 2 var. (with legend not identical to the obverse and with IE written on the forepart of stag). RPC III, --. SNG von Aulock --. Green patina, with some deposits and corrosion. Nearly Very Fine.
Lot # 197 - LYDIA. Saitta. Septimius Severus, 193-211. Hemiassarion (Bronze, 17.64 mm, 2.73 g) AYK.Λ.CЄ CЄOYЄPOC ΠЄ. Laureate head of Septimius Severus right. Rev. CAITT around to right, HNΩΝ around to left. The young Herakles beardless standing nude to right, head turned to left, wearing lion skin on the left arm and club set on ground in the right hand. SNG von Aulock 3097; SNG Leypold 1161; SNG Copenhagen 405. Very Fine.
Lot # 198 - LYDIA. Sala. Pseudo-autonomous issue, time of Trajan, 98-117. Hemiassarion (Bronze, 17.65 mm, 4.03 g) struck under the priest Alexandros. ΔΗΜΟC CAΛΗΝΩΝ around. Laureate, draped and bearded bust of Demos of Sala to right. Rev. Є ΠΙ ΑΛЄΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ ΙЄΡЄ Hermes nude standing facing, head turned to left, holding drapery on the right arm bent and caduceus, purse in the left extended hand. BMC 13; RPC III, 2436; SNG Copenhagen 416; SNG von Aulock 3107. Fine portrait. Nearly Extremely Fine.
Lot # 199 - LYDIA. Sardes. Germanicus, 15 BC-AD 19. Ae (13.09 mm, 4.00 g) struck under the magistrate Mnaseas. ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΓΕΡΜΑΝΙΚΟΣ around. Bare head of Germanicus left. Rev. ΣΑΡΔΙΑΝΩ[Ν] vertical to right, ΜΝΑ ΣΕΑΣ vertical to left. Athena draped and wearing Corinthian helmet, standing facing, head turned to left, holding phiale in the right extended hand and resting the left arm on shield decorated with clypeus and set vertical to her feet, spear behind. RPC I, 2993; SNG Copenhagen - ; BMC Lydia 113 corr. (head right); SNG von Aulock - ; Weber, 6906. Nearly Very Fine.
Lot # 200 - PHRYGIA. Acmoneia. Gaius (Caligula), 37-41. Bronze (Bronze, 17 mm, 4.22 g), Krates (perhaps the same as the Krates Menokritou who was a magistrate under Augustus, but more likely a grandson). Laureate head of Caligula to right. Rev. KPATHΣ AKMONEΩN Artemis advancing right, holding bow in her left hand and drawing an arrow from her quiver with her right; before her to right, unicorn. RPC S3-1-3168A (Gaius Caesar) . A great rarity in the series. With a fine, high-relief portrait and an attractive dark patina. Good Very Fine.
Lot # 201 - PHRYGIA. Amorium. Vespasian, 69-79. Assarion (Orichalcum, 12.12 mm, 4.38 g) struck under the magistrate L. Vipsanios Silvanos. ΟΥΕΣΠΑΣΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ Laureate head of Vespasian right. Rev. ΕΠΙ Λ [ΟΥΙΨ]ΑΝΙΟΥ ΑΜΟΡΙΑΝΩΝ (N retrograde) Zeus seated left, holding thunderbolt in the right hand and spear in the left hand, drapery on the left shoulder and arm. BMC 34; RPC II, 1421; SNG Copenhagen 124. Uncleaned with surface deposits, otherwise, Good Very Fine. From a European collection formed prior to 2005.
Lot # 202 - PHRYGIA. Amorium. Vespasian, 69-79. Assarion (Bronze, 21.77 mm, 7.16 g). Lucius Antonius Longinus. OYEΣΠAΣIANON KAIΣAPA AMOPIANOI Laureate head of Vespasian to right, tip of neck truncation on globe. Rev. EΠI Λ ANTΩNIOY ΛONΓEINOY Eagle standing to left on a scepter or a curious thunderbolt. RPC II Online 1424. Brown patina, some corrosion, otherwise, Very Fine. Very rare. Only three examples recorded in RPC.
Lot # 203 - PHRYGIA. Amorium. Pseudo-autonomous. Time of Septimius Severus - Caracalla, circa 193-217. Bronze (Bronze, 21.16 mm, 4.14 g). IЄPA BOVΛH Laureate and veiled bust of Boule right. Rev. AMOPIANΩN River god Knepeleos reclining left, holding reed and resting elbow upon overturned urn from which liquid flows. BMC 14. SNG München 82. Dark brown patina. Very Fine.
Lot # 204 - PHRYGIA. Amorium. Claudius 41-54. Assarion Bronze (Bronze, 19.31 mm, 6.32g). ΤΙ ΚΛΑΥΔΙΟϹ ΓƐΡΜΑΝΙΚΟϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡ Laureate head of Claudius to right. Rev. ƐΠΙ ΠƐΔWΝΟϹ ΚΑΙ ΚΑΤWΝΟϹ Eagle standing right on uncertain object, with caduceus over his shoulder; to lower right, monogram AMP. BMC 28. 30RPC I 3237. Dark brown patina. About Very Fine.
Lot # 205 - PHRYGIA. Apameia. Pseudo-autonomous issue. 2nd-3rd century. Bronze (Bronze, 16.00 mm, 2.74 g), time of the Severans, 193-235. AΠA - MЄIA Turreted and draped bust of the city-goddess to right. Rev. CΩTЄI - PA Hekate triformis standing, the left and right figures holding torches, the central figure holding patera. SNG von Aulock 3475. SNG Cop. 195-196. SNG München 131. BMC Phrygia, 88, 110-113. Dark green patina with some scratches. Very Fine.
Lot # 207 - PHRYGIA. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Diassarion (Bronze, 24.95 mm, 6.56 g), time of the Antonines, 138-192. IЄPA CYN - KΛHTOC Draped bust of the Roman Senate to right. Rev. ΔΟΚΙ - ΜЄΩΝ Athena standing facing, head to left; holding spear in her left hand and placing her right hand on shield. RPC IV online 2964. SNG von Aulock 3543. SNG Cop 353. SNG München 177. BMC Phrygia, 189, 5-6. Dark patina. Near Extremely Fine.
Lot # 208 - PHRYGIA, Eumenea. Domitia, wife of Domitian. Bronze circa 81-96 (Bronze, 15 mm, 3.04 mm) ΔOMITIA CEBACTH Draped bust right. Rev. ΚΛ ΤЄΡЄΝΤΥΛΛΑ ΑΡΧΙЄ / ЄΥΜЄ-ΝЄΩΝ Cybele seated l., holding patera and drum. RPC 1388; Lindgren III 588; Von Aulock, Prygiens –; BMC –. SNG von Aulock –; SNG Copenhagen –. Very Fine.
Lot # 209 - PHRYGIA. Eumeneia. Pseudo-autonomous issue, circa 193-230 (Bronze, 24.41 mm, 8.52 g). [Ι]ΕΡΑ CYNKΛHT[OC] Draped bust of the Senate right. Rev. EYMENEΩN AXAIΩN Facing cult statue of Artemis Ephesia facing, between two stags. SNG von Aulock 3586; SNG Copenhagen 389. Brown patina with green deposits. Exceptional for the type. Extremely Fine.
Lot # 210 - PHRYGIA. Laodicea ad Lycum. Tiberius, 14-37. Assarion (Bronze, 19.12 mm, 7.31 g) struck under the magistrate Dioskourides. ΣΕΒΑΣ [ΤΟΣ] bare head of Tiberius (or Augustus ?) right. Rev. ΔΙΟΣΚΟΥΡΙΔΗΣ vertical to inner right, ΛΑΟ ΔΙΚΕΩΝ vertical to inner left. Zeus Laodiceus standing facing, head turned to left, holding eagle on the right extended hand and long scepter set on ground in the left hand. Monogram KOP to outer right field. RPC I, 2906; SNG Copenhagen 547-8; BMC Phrygia 141-2. Very nice portrait. Good Very Fine.
Lot # 211 - PHRYGIA. Laodicea ad Lycum. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Medallion (Bronze, 36.17 mm, 27.83 g) Time of Antoninus Pius, circa 139-144 struck under the archiereus P. Kl. Attalos. ΓƐΡΟVϹΙΑ ΛΑΟΔΙΚƐΩΝ Veiled and draped bust of the Gerousia right, with long curl on neck. Rev. Π Κ ΑΤΤΑΛΟC […] APXIЄPATЄ[…]N AN ЄΘΗ Men draped standing to left, wearing Phrygian cap, crescent behind his shoulders, the left foot on bucranium at ground to right, holding long scepter with crescent in the right hand and pine-cone and drapery on the left hand. Mionnet - ; SNG von Aulock - ; RPC online IV.2, 11601 temporary. Brown patina, some scratches, otherwise, Very Fine. Extremely rare. Only 1 specimen recorded by RPC. From a European collection formed prior to 2005.
Lot # 212 - PHRYGIA. Temenothyrae. Pseudo-autonomous issue, circa 160-161. Bronze (Bronze, 21.88 mm, 7.16 g) struck under the magistrate Atylp, 161-180. IЄPACY NKΛΗΤΟC Draped bust of young man (the Senate) right. Rev. ΕΠΙ ΑΤΥΛΠ (magistrate’s name) around to right, ΤΗΜЄΝΟΘΥΡЄΩΝ around to left. Men standing facing, wearing Phrygian cap and chiton, head turned to left, holding scepter in the left hand and pine-cone in the right extended hand. BMC 2-3; RPC 2180; Weber 7191; Mionnet IV, 838; SNG Righetti 1229. Dark brown patina, ood Very Fine.
Lot # 213 - PHRYGIA. Trajanopolis. Pseudo-autonomous issue. Time of Hadrian, 117-138. Bronze (Bronze, 17.76 mm, 3.74 g) Bust of Athena right, wearing Corinthian helmet and aegis with serpents. Rev. ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟ around to right, ΠΟλΙΤΩΝ around to left. Cult statue of Artemis Ephesia facing, arms right angle holding supports. RPC ΙΙΙ, 2479; SNG von Aulock, Phrygien II, 140, 1407; Lindgren I, 1049. Deposits, good very fine.
Lot # 214 - LYCIA - LYCIAN LEAGUE. Domitian, 81-96. Drachm (Silver, 19.00 mm, 3.27 g). Minted in Rome for circulation in Lycia, Year 14 = 95. AYT KAIC ΔOMITIANOC CЄBACTOC ΓЄPM Laureate head of Domitian to right. Rev. ЄΤΟYC IΔ YΠATOY IZ Lyre with laurel branch to right. RPC II ,1502. Toned. Near extremely fine. Rare. RPC II suggests that this issue was struck in Rome, on a standard equal to the denarius.
Lot # 215 - PAMPHILIA. Aspendos. Gallienus, 253-268. Ae (28.08 mm, 17.47 g) [A]VT KAI ΠΟΛ ΓΑΛΛΙΗ[NOC] Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gallienus right. I in front. Rev. ACΠ ЄΝΔ[ΙΩΝ] around, ΝΕΩ ΚΩ ΡΩ[Ν] in three lines inside a dystile temple (or stele) Є in the triangle (tympanum) above. Watson 1843; RPC Online - Unassigned 62204. Nearly Very Fine.
Lot # 216 - PAMPHYLIA. Aspendus. Gallienus, 253-268. 10 Assaria (Bronze, 27.17 mm, 15.24 g). AVT KA[I ΠO] • ΛI • ΓAΛΛIHNO CЄB Laureate and draped bust right; I in right field. Rev. ACΠЄ-NΔIΩN Triune Hekate holding serpents. RPC X Online (unassigned; ID 62208); Watson 1841. Rough brown surfaces, otherwise, very fine.
Lot # 217 - PAMPHYLIA. Side. Valerian I, 253-260. Triassarion (Bronze, 24.18 mm, 8.51 g). AVT KAI ΠO ΛIK OVAΛEPIANON CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust to right; before, Γ. Rev. CIΔH - TΩN Athena standing left, dropping tessera into urn at her feet and holding palm. SNG France 3, Pamphylie, 875. Dark brown patina with porosity. Good fine.
Lot # 218 - PAMPHYLIA. 50 , 253-268. 10 Assaria (Bronze, 30.45 mm, 19.78 g). AVT KAI ΠOV ΛI ЄΓNA ΓAΛΛIHNOC CЄBA Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust to right; I before . Rev. CIΔHTΩN NЄΩKO[PΩ]N Tyche standing facing, head to left, wearing calathus, holding rudder and cornucopiae. SNG Paris 884. The reverse slightly double struck. Brown patina. Very Fine
Lot # 219 - PISIDIA. Antioch. Marcus Aurelius, 161-180. Bronzo (Bronzo, 26 mm, 5.51 g) [ANTONINVS AVG] Laureate head of Marcus Aurelius right. Rev. [COLO ANTIO] Male head to left wearing Phrygian cap, set on crescent. RPC IV, 7356; SNG von Aulock 8560; SNG France III, 1092; BMC 10. Reverse slightly off center and some cracks. Good fine.
Lot # 220 - PISIDIA. Antioch. Geta, 209-211. Bronze (Bronze, 33.83 mm, 25.28 g). IMP CAES P SEPT GETA AVG Laureate bust right, with slight drapery. Rev. VIRT AVG CO[L] A[N]TIOCH; SR in exergue. Geta, hurling spear, on horse rearing right; two fallen enemies below. Krzyźanowska dies XVIII/33. Very Fine
Lot # 221 - PISIDIA. Antiochia. Gordian III, 238-244. Bronze (Bronze, 32,17 mm, 25,56 g). IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS AVG Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian III to right, seen from behind. Rev. CAES ANTIOCH COL / S R Two Victories standing facing one another, placing shield inscribed S R upon palm tree; at base, bound captive seated left and right. RPC VII.2 2738; SNG Paris 1236 var. (differing obverse legend arrangement). Attractive patina, Very Fine.
Lot # 222 - LYCAONIA. Iconium (as Claudiconium). Vespasian, 69-79. Bronze (Bronze, 24 mm, 9.63 g). AVTOKPATωP KAICAP OVЄCΠACIANOC. Laureate head right. Rev. KΛAVΔЄIKONIЄωN Hades seated left on throne, holding patera; to left, Cerberus seated left. RPC II 1607; von Aulock, Lykaoniens, 284-5. Near Extremely fine.
Lot # 223 - CILICIA. Anazarbus. Diadumenian as Caesar, 217-218. Diassarion (Bronze, 23.95 mm, 8.95 g) Μ ΟΠ ΑΝΤΩΝΙ ΔΙΑΔΟΥΜЄΝΙΑΝ ΟC Draped and cuirassed bust of Diadumenian right, seen from behind. Rev. ΑΝΑΖ ЄΝΔ ΜΗΤ ΡΩ. ΤΡΟ ΚЄΚ Nike lower draped standing right, raising the left foot on globe, inscribing oval shield set on palm. B below the wing, Γ to upper left field. SNG Levante - ; SNG France - ; SNG PFPS - ; Ziegler 323. Nearly extremely fine. Very rare, only one example on CoinArchives. From a European collection, formed before 2005.
Lot # 224 - CILICIA. Anazarbus. Domitian with Domitia (wife of Domitian) 81-96. Assarion (Bronze, 22.33 mm, 7.11 g) Dated year 112 (= 93/4) [AYTO KAI ΘΕ ΥΙ ΔΟΜΙΤΙΑΝΟΣ ΣΕ ΓΕΡ] Laureate head of Domitian right. Rev. ΚΑΙ[ΑΡΕΩΝ ΔΟΜΕΤΙΑ [EBA[TH Draped bust of Domitia left, with typical hairstyle of Flavian ladies. [IB] not visible to inner left, P to inner right (IB P date). RPC II, 1749; BMC 9; SNG France 2019; SNG Levante 1374; Ziegler 76. Nearly very fine.
Lot # 225 - CILICIA. Anazarbus. Severus Alexander, 222-235. Tetrassarion (Bronze, 30.88 mm, 16.79 g) Dated CY 249 (= 230/1) ΑΥΤ ΚΜ ΑCЄ AΛЄΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Severus Alexander right. Rev. […] Exastyle temple viewed in prospective, shield or wreath inside tympanum, [Є]T ΘΜC (date) in exergue. Ziegler 625 (Vs7/Rs36); SNG France - ; SNG Levante 1461 (same obverse die). Reverse slightly off center, otherwise, nearly very fine. Extremely rare.
Lot # 226 - CILICIA. Celenderis. Domitian, 81-96. Assarion (Bronze, 21.96 mm, 10.51 g) ΔΟΜΙΤΙα[ΝΟC] KAICAP Laureate head of Domitian right. Rev. [KЄΛЄΝΔЄΡΙΤΩΝ] Demeter draped driving biga of serpents to right, the left leg forward, holding torch in each hand. RPC II, 1716; Ziegler - ; SNG BN 739; SNG Levante 545. Deposits. Nearly very fine.
Lot # 227 - CILICIA. Colybrassus. Lucius Verus, 161-169. Bronze (Bronze, 20.00 mm, 5.15 g) ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΛΟΥ ΟΥΗΡΟC Laureate and cuirassed bust of Lucius Verus right. Rev. ΚΟΛΥΒ ΡΑCCЄωΝ Athena draped and wearing Corinthian helmet standing facing, head turned to left, holding spear in the left hand and patera in the right hand. RPC IV online 11036; Ziegler - ; SNG BN - ; SNG Levante - . Very fine. Very rare, only 3 recorded in RPC50.
Lot # 228 - CILICIA. Coracesium. Trajan, 98-117. Hemiassarion (Bronze, 18 mm, 3.22 g). ΑΥΤΟΚΡΑΤωΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟС Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Trajan to right, seen from behind. Rev. ΚΟΡΑΚΗСΙωΤωΝ Demeter standing facing, head to left, holding grain-ears in her right hand and long torch with her left. RPC III 2742; Ziegler 96; SNG BN 612-3; SNG Levante 388. Green patina. Extremely fine. Sold from Frank Sternberg, Zürich (with ticket).
Lot # 229 - CILICIA. Olba. Time to Augustus 10/11 – 12/13 (Bronze, 21.50 mm, 7.99 g). ΑΙΑΝΤΟΣ TΕΥΚΡΟΥ Draped bust right of Ajax, wearing cap, kerykeion in front. Rev. ΑΡΧΙΕΡΕΩΣ ΤΟΠΑΡΧΟΥ ΚΕΝΝΑΤ ΛΑΛΑΣΣ, ΕΤ Α, Triskelis. RPC I Online 3725. Staffieri, La monetazione di Olba nella Cilicia Trachea, QT (1978), 12, 7. Splendid portraits. Extremely Fine. From a Swiss collection, formed before 2005.
Lot # 230 - CILICIA. Seleucia ad Calycadnum. Valerian I, 253-260. AE 33 (Bronze, 33.18 mm, 16.38 g) AV K ΠO ΛΙK OVAΛЄPIANOC Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev. СЄΛЄVΚЄΩΝ TΩN ΠPOC TΩ KAΛVKAΔNΩ Draped busts of Apollo and Artemis-Tyche, wearing calathus, facing one another; branch between them, cornucopia to right. SNG Paris 1061. Porous, very fine.
Lot # 231 - SYRIA. Uncertain Caesarea. Claudius, 41-54. (Bronze, 20.81 mm, 4.99 g). Dated RY 3 (43/4[?]). ΚΛΑΥ[ΔΙ]ΟϹ Κ[ΑΙϹΑΡ] Laureate head of Claudius right. Rev. ƐΤΟΥϹ ΚΑΙϹΑΡƐΩΝ Γ Veiled head of Tyche right, wearing mural crown; Γ (date) to left. RPC I 4084; SNG Von Aulock 6348 (Caesarea in Cappadocia); SNG Copenhagen 177 (Caesarea in Cappadocia). Obverse struck off-centre. Beautiful green patina. About Extremely Fine.
Lot # 232 - GALATIA. Koinon of Galatia. Trajan, 98-117 BC. Tetrassarion (Orichalcum, 30.41 mm, 23.52 g) Titus Pomponius Bassus, propraetor in Galatia and Cappadocia. ΑΥΤ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒ ΓΕΡM (TNE linked) Laureate head of Traian right. Rev. ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΓΑΛΑ ΤΙΑΣ ΕΠΙ ΠΟNΠΟΝΙΟΥ ΒΑΣΣΟΥ (NΠ linked) Exastyle temple on podium with three steps, pellet in the tympanum and below between groups of three columns and akroteria. RPC III, 2869-2883 (obverse and reverse legend); BMC 11. Reddish-brown patina, metal exfoliation on obverse, otherwise, very fine.
Lot # 233 - GALATIA. Ancyra. Caracalla, 198-217. Bronze (Bronze, 29.31 mm, 16.98 g). ANTΩNINO CA AYGOYCTO C Laureate bust right. Rev. MHTPOΠΟΛЄΩC ANKYPA Athena standing left, holding patera and spear, and resting left hand on shield at her side. SNG Von Aulock - (cfr. revers n. 6176); Arslan see n. 117 but without altar. Brown patina. Very fine
Lot # 234 - GALATIA. Koinon of Galatia. Trajan, 98-117. Bronze (Bronze, 30.88 mm, 25.00 g) struck under the magistrate Pomponius Bassus, Ancyra. ΑΥΤΟ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒ ΓΕΡ Laureate head of Trajan right. Rev. ΕΠΙ ΠΟΜΠΩΝΙΟΥ ΒΑΣΣΟ ΚΟΙΝΟΝ ΓΑΛΑΤΙΑΣ Cybele draped, seated left, wearing cap and holding patera in the right extended hand and resting the left bent arm on drum to right, sistrum (?) behind, lion reclining to left at ground below. RPC III, 2862; SNG France 2422-3; Arslan - . Good very fine. From a European collection, formed before 2005.
Lot # 235 - CAPPADOCIA. Caesaraea-Eusebia. Nero with Divus Claudius, 54-68. Drachm (Silver, 18.00 mm, 2.59 g), circa 63-65. NERO CLAVD DIVI CLAVD F [CAESAR] AVG GERMA Laureate head of Nero to right. Rev. [DIVOS] CLAVD AVGVST GERMANIC PATER [AVG] Laureate head of Claudius to right. RPC I, 3648. RIC I (second edition), 622. BMCRE I, 283, 420. SNG von Aulock 6355. Lightly toned. Thin flan crack and small bump on reverse, otherwise, good very fine.
Lot # 236 - CAPPADOCIA, Caesarea. Nero, 54-68. Hemidrachm (Silver, 14.00 mm, 1.55 g) 59/60. NERO [CLAVD DIVI CLAVD F CAESAR AVG GE]RMANI Laureate head of Nero right. Rev. Victory diademed and draped, seated right on globe, holding wreath with both hands. RIC 617; BMC 409; RPC 3645. No full inscription visible, otherwise, very fine.
Lot # 237 - CAPPADOCIA, Ceasarea. Hadrian, 117-138. Hemidrachm (Silver, 15.50 mm, 1.71 g) Dated RY 4 (= 120/121) AYTO KAIC TRAI AΔ[PIANOC CEBACT] Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Hadrian right. Rev. ETΔ (date) on bottom right. Nike advancing right, holding wreath in extended right hand and palm branch on the left shoulder. Sydenham, Caesarea 256; RPC III, 3075. Reverse slightly off center. Very Fine.
Lot # 239 - SYRIA, Seleucis and Pieria. Antioch. Philip I, 244-249. Tetradrachm (Billon, 26 mm, 9,81 g), 4th officina (Δ), 246. AVTOK K M IOVΛ ΦIΛIΠΠOY CEB Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Philip I to right. Rev. ΔHMAΡX EΞOYCIAC / S - C / MON VRB Eagle standing facing with wings spread, head left, holding wreath in beak; above eagle\'s left wing, Δ. McAlee 901d. Prieur 308. RPC VIII Online ID 29032. Near extremely fine/ Good very fine. From a Swiss collection acquired before 2005.
Lot # 241 - MESOPOTAMIA. Edessa. Lucilla Augusta (daughter of Marcus Aurelius and wife of Lucius Verus) 164-182. Drachm (Silver, 17.64 mm, 2.99 g) struck under Ma’nu VIII Philoromaios, king of Osrhoene, 167-179. ΛΟVKIΛΛΑ CЄBACTH Draped bust of Lucilla right. Rev. BACIΛЄVC MANNOC ΦΙΛΟΡωΜΑΙC Demeter draped standing facing, head turned to left, holding patera in the right extended hand and long scepter in the left hand. Babelon Edessa 8; RPC IV, vol. 3, 6488; BMC Arabia 7. Good Very Fine. Extremely Rare. From a European collection formed prior to 2005. From a European collection, formed before 2005.
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