Buy or Bid Sale 139
An outstanding selection of Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and Medieval Coins
Closing August 17, 2010

Lot Title Estimate
1.     SPAIN, Arse. Saguntino (Valencia). 100-30 BC. Quadrans (2.79 gm) Shell / Dolphin. Bur.1628. aVF, dark green patina. Rare. $150
2.     SPAIN, Bolscan. 180-20 BC. AR Denarius (3.64 gm). Bearded male head / Horseman with lance, Iberian legend. Burgos.1911. Toned aXF. $150
3.     SPAIN, Carmo (Seville). 80-50 BC. As (26.06 gm). likely a Celtic Imitation Issue. Helmeted head / Two grain-ears, CARMO between. Bur.344. Fine+ dark brown patina. $195
4.     SPAIN, Castele. 120-20 BC. Semis (5.25 gm). Diademed head / Bull standing. Burgos.564v. Fine+, green patina. $75
5.     SPAIN, Iptuci. Prado del Rey (Cadiz), 50-20 NB. Semos (3.47 gm). Laureate head of Jupitert / Wheel of eight spokes. Burg.1232. aVF, olive brown patina. Scarce. $175
6.     SPAIN. OSCA. 180-20 BC. As (9.17 gm). Bearded male head with dolphin behind / Horseman with lance. Burgos.1505. VF, olive brown patina, some smoothing. $175
7.     SPAIN, Malaca. Zone of Influence. 50 BC. Semis (3.27 gm). Head of Vulcan / Miner with shouvel over shoulder. Bur.1369. VF/F, green patina. Rare. $225
8.     GAUL, Massalia. 200-150 BC. AR Drachm (2.65 gm). Head of Artemis / Lion walking. delaTour.1090v, Toned VF $295
9.     CELTIC GAUL, Upper Seine tribes (Suennes or Tricasses), II-I Century BC. Potin Unit (4.60 gm). Celticized head / Horse with two pellets. BMC.389. VF, gray black patina $125
10.     CELTIC GAUL, Leuci. Boar Standard Series, before 52 BC. Potin Unit (3.81 gm). Celticized head / Boar standing, mountains below. BMC.399. Uneven VF, gray patina. $125
11.     BELGIC GAUL. 100-60 BC. Potin Unit (3.38 gm). Walking figure with spear and torque / Fibula over beast with open mouth. BMC.496. aVF, gray patina. $225
12.     CELTIC NORTHWEST GAUL. Armorica, the Coriosolites, I Century BC. Billon Stater (6.59 gm) in imitation of Philip II tetradrachm. Celticized head of Zeus / Celticized mounted $295
13.     CELTIC BRITAIN. CORIELTAUVI. Vep Corf, AD 1-10. AR Half Unit (0.42 gm). Wreath / Horse, VEP above, CO below.. BMC.3316. VA.938. S.413. Toned VF+. Rare. ex. Grover coll. $275
14.     CAMPANIA, Neapolis. 320-300 BC. AR Nomos (7.08 gm). Diademed head of nymph wearing earring and necklace; pileus / Man-headed bull standing being crowned by Nike. SNG.ANS.322 $450
15.     CALABRIA, Taras. 302-290 BC. AR Nomos (7.77 gm). Jockey crowning horse / Taras riding dolphin, holding grapes. Vlasto.673. HN.Italy.960. aXF. $750
16.     CALABRIA, Taras. 280-228 BC. AR Diobol (0.94 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Herakles wrestling Nemean lion. Vlasto.1405. Toned VF. $150
17.     CALABRIA, Taras. Time of the first Roman alliance, 272-235 BC. AR Nomos (6.50 gm). Jockey on galloping horse / Taras riding dolphin, holding kantharos and distaff, pitcher $750
18.     LUCANIA, Metapontion. 510-470 BC. AR Thick Stater (6.61 gm). Barley ear / Barley ear incuse. Noe.255. Toned VF+ $950
19.     LUCANIA, Metapontion. 400-340 BC. AR Nomos (7.37 gm). Head of Nike / Barley-ear with leaf, pomegranate. Noe.495. HN.Italy.1526. aVF, reverse graffiti. $495
20.     LUCANIA, Poseidonia. 470-445BC. AR Stater (8.07 gm). Poseidon standing right / Bull standing left. SNGANS.652. VF+. $750
21.     LUCANIA, Sybaris. 530-510 BC. AR Third Stater (2.52 gm). Bull standing, head reverted / Incuse of same. SNG.ANS.847. Toned VF $1,450
22.     LUCANIA, Thourioi. 400-3501 BC. AR Nomos (6.53 gm). Head of Athena in crested Attic helmet / Bull butting. SNG.ANS.1006. HN.1790. Toned VF, small b/m on reverse. $550
23.     Lucania, Velia. 350-281 BC. AR Didrachm (7.14 gm). Helmeted head of Athena right / Lion walking right. SNGCop.1579. Toned VF+, old scratches on rev. Scarce. $695
24.     BRUTTIUM, Kaulonia. 500-480 BC. AR Stater (7.57 gm). Apollo, naked, walking with palm branch in left hand and right arm outstreached with runner above, stag standing with $1,950
25.     BRUTTIUM, Kroton. 420-390 BC. AR Stater (7.19 gm). Eagle standing on grain ear / Delphic tripod with lion feet, delta to right. SNG.ANS.361. Toned aXF. $1,450
26.     BRUTTIUM, Kroton. 425-350 BC. AR Nomos (7.29 gm). Eagle standing on rams skull / Delphic tripod, bay-leaf. HN.2146. SNG.ANS.343. Toned VF. $1,100
27.     BRUTTIUM, Lokroi Epizphyroi. 300-268 BC. 27 (13.25 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Persephone seated holding patera and poppy-headed sceptre. SNG.ANS.570. HN.2383. VF, $850
28.     BRUTTIUM, Terina. IV Century BC. AR Third Stater (2.29 gm). Head of nymph / Nike seated on cippus, bird on hand. H-J.115. Toned VF+. $595
29.     BRUTTIUM, the Brettii. 216-214 BC. AR drachm (4.82 gm). Veiled head of Hera Lakinia, scepter on shoulder / Poseidon standing with foot on column, holding sceptre, eagle on $950
30.     SICILY, Akragas. 510-472 BC. AR Didrachm (8.63 gm). Eagle standing right / Crab. S.709-Av. Toned VF+. $950
31.     SICILY, Gela. 465-450 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.22 gm). Quadriga rounding terminus in race, Ionic column in background / Forepart of man-headed bull swimming. Jenkins.229. $1,250
32.     SICILY, Leontini. 476-466 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.89 gm). Slow quadriga, crowned by Nike / Head of lion, four barley corns around. SNG.ANS.203. Toned VF+. Scarce. $1,750
33.     SICILY, Solus. III Century BC. 17 (2.95 gm). Head of Poseidon / Naked warrior with helmet and shield. BNC.5. VF, olive brown patina. Rare $250
34.     SICILY, Syracuse. 466-405 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.94), 4305-420 BC. Slow quadriga, crowned by Nike / Head of Arethusa right, hair in ampyx, four dolphins around. Boeh.648. $1,750
35.     SICILY, Syracuse. 344-317 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.85 gm). Helmeted head of Athena 3/4 facing with doplhins around / Horse and rider, star and grain ear behind. SNG.ANS.522. $1,500
36.     SICILY, Syracuse. Agathokles, 317-289 BC. 12 (1.82 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Hound reclining, looking back at serpent. SNG.ANS744v. VF+, dark green-black patina. Rare. $450
37.     SICILY, Syracuse. 214-212 BC. AR 12 Litrai (10.22 gm). Helmeted head of Athena left / Artemis standing left shooting arrow, dog at feet. Burnett,SNR.62,D14. Toned aXF. $2,750
38.     THRACE, Abdera. 386-375 BC. AR Tetradrachm (11.42 gm). Griffin springing / Apollo standing, naked but for chamys on shoulder, holding laurel branch and patera; stag behind. $7,500
39.     THRACE, Apollonia Pontica. After 450 BC. AR Reduced Drachm (2.89 gm). Head of Gorgon facing, tongue protruding in classical style / Anchor with crayfish and A at sides. $195
40.     THRACE, Cherronesos. 400-350 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.21 gm). Forepart of lion, head looking back / Incuse, monogram and helmet SNG.Cop.830v. VF+. $225
41.     THRACE, Maroneia. 400-350 BC. AR Quarter Stater (2.72 gm). Horse forepart / Grape bunch in square. SNG.Cop.615. Toned VF. $250
42.     THRACE, Mesembria. 450-350 BC. AR Diobol (1.21 gm). Crested helmet facing / Radiate wheel. SNG.BM.268v. Toned VF+. $295
43.     THRACE, Pantikapaion. 250-200 BC. 16 (3.59 gm). Bearded head of satyr / Bow and arrow. SNG.Stancomb.565. MacDon.124/1. VF, brown black patina. Scarce. $195
44.     THRACE, Istros. 400-350 BC. AR Drachm (6.03 gm). Two facing male heads, one inverted / Sea eagle on dolphin. SNG.BM.253. Near Mint $650
45.     THRACE, Istros. IV Century BC. AR Fifth Stater (1.48 gm). Two male heads facing, one inverted / Sea-eagle on dolphin. SNG.BM.234v. Toned VF. $225
46.     THRACE, Thasos. 435-411 BC. AR Stater (8.82 gm). Satyr carrying protesting nymph; dolphin / Quadripartite incuse square. Le Rider.6. SNG.Cop.1017. Toned VF+. Fine classic $2,250
47.     THRACE, Thasos. After 146 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.82 gm). Head of young Dionysos / Herakles standing holding club. SNG.Cop.1043. Toned VF+. Bold Herakles. $550
48.     THRACIAN KINGDOM. Saratokos, 444-424 BC. AR Hemihekte (0.70 gm). Head with long hair on neck / Monogram in incuse square. Peter.2.4. Youroukova.30. Topalov.10. VF+. Rare. $450
49.     THRACE. Lysimachos, 323-281. Posthumous Gold Stater (8.25 gm) of Tomis struck by Mithradates VI, ca. 89-72 BC. Diademed head of Alexander / Athena enthroned holding Nike. $1,650
50.     KINGDOM OF THRACE. Lysimachos, 323-281 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.52 gm) of an uncertain mint. Head of deified Alexander / Athena seated, holding Nike. Thompson-. SNG.Cop-. VF. $1,000
51.     THRACO-MACEDONIAN, Mygdones or Krestones. 485-470 BC. AR Diobol (0.81 gm). Goat kneeling, head reverted; two pellets / Quadripartite incuse square. Lorber.issue.15. SNG.ANS $225
52.     KINGDOM OF PAEONIA. Patraos, 335-315 BC. AR Tetradrachm (12.50 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Cavalryman spearing fallen enemy with shield. PaeoniaHoard.490. Toned aXF. $850
53.     MACEDON, Akanthos. 470-390 BC. AR Tetrobol (2.28 gm). Forepart of bull, head reverted / Shallow quadripartite incuse square. SNG.ANS.47. Toned VF. $295
54.     MACEDON, Dikaia, 500-450 BC. AR Tetraobol (2.46 gm). Cocw lick its leg / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG.ANS.241. Toned aVF. ex M&M June, 1954 $495
55.     MACEDONIA, Lete, 530-480 BC. AR 1/8 Stater (1.04 gm). Naked satyr advancing right / Incuse. SNG.Cop.192. Toned aVF. Scarce. $250
56.     KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Philip II, 359-336 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.34 gm) of Pella. Laureate head right / Jockey riding prancing horse. LeRider.531. SNG.ANS.450. Toned XF $1,750
57.     KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, 336-323 BC. Gold Stater (8.52 gm) of Salamis, Cyprus. Helmeted head of Athena right / Nike standing left. Price.3149. aXF. Scarce. $3,500
58.     MACEDON KINGDOM. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.25 gm) of Pella, 325-315 BC. Head of Herakles in lion-skin headdress / Zeus enthroned holding eagle $1,500
59.     KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, 336-323 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.20 gm) of Berytos. Head of Herakles wearing lion skin headress / Zeus enthroned. Price.3412. VF. $395
60.     KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Alexander III, the Great, 336-323 BC. AR Drachm (4.10 gm), posthumous issue, of Chios?. Head of Herakles in lion-skin / Zeus enthroned holding eagle, $195
61.     KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Philip III, 323-317 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.16 gm) of Babylon, 323-320 BC. Head of Herakles wearing lion skin headress / Zeus enthroned. Price.P181. $350
62.     KINGDOM of MACEDON. Demetrios Poliorketes, 306-283 BC. AR Drachm (4.04 gm) of Tarsos. Nike on prow / Poseidon standing holding trident. Newell.44. VF+ $795
63.     KINGDOM OF MACEDON. Antigonos Gonatas, 277-239 BC. 16 (3.76 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Pan erecting trophy. SNG.AB.1045. VF, brown patina. $150
64.     KINGDOM of MACEDON. Philip V, 220-179 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.67 gm). Diademed head of Philip V / Athena Alkidemos advancing. Gulb.886. Boehringer,Chron.7.6v. Toned VF+. $2,750
65.     MACEDON. Autonomous issue, 185-168 BC. AR Tetrobol (2.64 gm). Macedonian shield, club dividing MA KE in center / Macedonian helmet. Touratsoglou.pl.V, 9. VF+. $350
66.     MACEDONIAN KINGDOM. Perseus, 179-168 BC. 18 (7.45 gm). Helmeted head of the hero Perseus, harpa / Eagle standing on plough, Nike. SNG.Alpha.Bank.1135v. VF+, brown black $225
67.     MACEDON. Roman Occupation, 167-149 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.98 gm). Head of Artemis at center of Macedonian shield / Club in wreath. SNG.Cop.1314. Toned aXF. $500
68.     MACEDON under the Romans. Aesillas, quaestor, 93-92 BC. AR tetradrachm (16.13 gm). Head of deified Alexander the Great / Club, money chest, and stool within wreath. $450
69.     THESSALY, Gyrton. 400-344 BC. 17 (3.97 gm). Head of Gyrton beside horses head / Head of the nymph Gyrtona. Rogers.228. SNG.Cop.57. VF, green black patina. Scarce. $375
70.     THESSALY, Lamia. 400-344 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.66 gm). Head of Dionysos / Amphora, grape leaf above and pitcher to right. SNG.Cop.77. VF. $250
71.     THESSALY, Larissa. 350-325 BC. AR Drachm (6.02 gm). Three-quarters facing head of the nymph Larissa / Horse grazing. Lorber.Phase-L-III. SNG.Cop.121. Toned VF+. $850
72.     ILLYRIA, Dyrrachion. 344-300 BC. AR Stater (8.09 gm). Pegasos flying / Helmeted head of Athena, dolphin and club. Calc.16. Toned VF, b/m. $500
73.     ILLYRIA, Dyrrhachium, III-II Century BC. AR Drachm (2.85 gm). Cow suckling calf, eagle above / Double stellate pattern in square. S.1901. aVF. $125
74.     KINGDOM OF EPIROS. Pyrrhos, 295-272 BC. 25 (12,67 gm) struck at Syracuse. Veiled female head / Thunderbolt. SNG.Cop.94. aVF, red brown patina with some old smoothing. $250
75.     AKARNANIA, Argos Amphilochicon. 345-300 BC. AR Stater (7.69 gm). Pegasos flying / Helmeted head of Athena, javelin behind. Pegasi.32. Toned VF. $550
76.     BOEOTIA, Thebes. 395-338 BC. AR Stater (11.97 gm). Boeotian shield / Amphora with fluted shoulder. BCD.539. aXF, well centered. $950
77.     BOEOTIA, Thebes. 425-375 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.48 gm). Boeotian shield / Kantharos, club above. BCD.412. aVF, good centering. $375
78.     ATTICA, Athens. 475-465 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.24 gm). Helmeted head of Athena, archaic smile / Owl standing, head facing, in incuse square. Starr.grp.IV. SNG.Lockett.1837. $2,500
79.     ATTICA, Athens. 449-413 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.141 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Owl standing with olive sprig and crescent, all in incuse square. S.2526. Toned aXF. $950
80.     ATTICA, Athens. 393-350 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.01 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Owl standing, olive spray and crescent behind, all in incuse square. SNG.Cop.63. Toned VF $395
81.     ATTICA, Athens. II-I Century BC. AR New Style Tetradrachm (16.62 gm) of 134/3 BC. Helmeted head of Athena / Owl standing on overturned amphora; Asklepios in field. $1,350
82.     EUBOIA, Chalkis. 340-294 BC. AR Drachm (3.54 gm). Female head / Eagle with snake in talons. SNG.Cop.436v. Toned aVF. Ex Wallace collection, ex BCD. $225
83.     ATTICA, Aegina. 510-490 BC. AR Stater (11.81 gm). Sea turtle with smooth shell / Incuse square of skew pattern. SNG.Del.1533. Toned Fine+. Good head and beak. $650
84.     CORINTH. 345-307 BC. AR Stater (8.44 gm). Helmeted head of Athena, Artemis with Nike behind / Pegasus flying. Pegasi.420. Toned VF. $495
85.     SIKYONIA, Sikyon. 431-400 BC. AR Stater (11.77 gm). Chimera walking / Dove flying within wreath. BCD.200.3. aVF. $950
86.     SIKYONIA, Sikyon. 330/20-280 BC. AR Triobol (2.74 gm). Chimaera walking / Dove flying, pellet above tail. BCD.303.2. Toned VF. $395
87.     THE ACHAEAN LEAGUE. Antigoneia, 196-146 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.23 gm), 188-180 BC. Laureate head of Zeus / League monogram. Clerk.192. BCD.1492.3. Toned VF. $295
88.     ELIS, Olympia. 363-343 BC. AR Hemidrachm (2.89 gm). Head of Hera / Eagle standing. BMC.187. Toned VF+. Scarce. $595
89.     ARGOLIS, Argos. 320-270 BC. AR Triobol (2.42 gm). Wolf forepart / Large A, crescent below, within incuse square. BCD.1094. Toned aVF. $225
90.     PAPHLAGONIA, Sinope. Time of Mithradates, 125-75 BC. 21 (7.38 gm). Aegis with Gorgon head in center / Nike walking right. S.3709. VF, usual flat spots, dark olive brown $125
91.     PAPHLAGONIA, Sinope. 85-65 BC. 30 (17.57 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Perseus standing, holding harpa and head of Medusa; monogram. SNG.BM.1535. VF, brown black patina. $450
92.     MYSIA, Kyzikos. 390-340 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.98 gm). Head of Kore Soteira, hair in sphendone / Head of lion, tunny fish below, bird behind. SNG.Fr.396v. $4,250
93.     TROAS, Kebren. V Century BC. AR Diobol (1.15 gm). Head of Apollo in archaic style / Head of ram within incuse square. SNG.vAul.1546. Rosen 534. aVF $175
94.     AIOLIS, Kyme. 165-140 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.74 gm) of magistrate Demetrios. Head of the Amazon Kyme / Horse prancing in wreath. Oakley.26. SNG.Cop-. Toned VF+, large flan. $1,100
95.     LESBOS, Methymna. 500/480-460 BC. AR Hemiobol (0.67 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Tortoise within incuse square. Klein.793v (obol). Toned Fine+, Rare. $250
96.     LESBOS, Mytilene. 450- 330 BC. Electrum Hekte (2.55 gm). Veiled head of Demeter / Tripod in square outline. Bod.91. Toned aXF. Choice. $2,250
97.     IONIA, EPHESOS. 202-133 BC. AR Drachm (4.13 gm). Bee / Stag standing before palm-tree. SNG.Cop.298v. Toned aXF. $795
98.     IONIA, Erythrae. VI Century BC. Electrum Hekte (1.94 gm). Head of Herakles in lion skin left / Quadripartite incuse, opposing quarters filled. SNGvAulock.1942. VF+. Rare. $1,750
99.     IONIA, Klazomenae. 500-450 BC. AR Diobol (1.10 gm). Forepart of winged boar, A above / Incuse quadripartite square SNG.vAul.1983. Toned VF. Scarce. $250
100.     IONIA, Magnesia ad Maeandrum, 350-190 BC. AR Obol (0.76 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Trident within meander pattern. BMC.15. SNG.Cop.810. VF+. Scarce. $295
101.     IONIA, Miletos. 350-300 BC. AR Drachm (3.53 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Lion walking, looking back, star above. SNG.Cop.957 Toned aXF. $595
102.     IONIA, Teos. 520-480 BC. AR Drachm (5.88 gm). Griffin seated, forepaw raised / Quadripartite incuse square. SNG.Cop.1433. Balcer (SNR.47).XX.49v. Toned aXF. Rare $1,100
103.     CARIA, Halikarnassos. 188-166 BC. AR Drachm (3.03 gm). Head of Helios 3/4 facing right / Helmeted bust of Athena right. S.4875v. VF+. Scarce. $550
104.     CARIAN SATRAPS. Maussollos, 377-353 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.93 gm) of Halikarnassos. Head of Apollo 3/4 facing right / Zeus Labraundos standing right. S.4954. Toned XF. $4,500
105.     CARIAN SATRAPS. Pixodaros, 341-335 BC. AR Didrachm (6.95 gm). Head of Apollo 3/4 facing right / Zeus Labraundos standing. SNG.Cop.597. Toned aXF. $1,450
106.     CARIA, Rhodes. 250-230 BC. AR Didrachm (6.57 gm). Three-quarters facing radiate head of Helios / Rose with bud, dragon-crested helmet in field. Ashton.207. Heckman.536. aXF. $1,250
107.     CARIA, Rhodes. 125-88 BC. AR Hemidrachm (1.09 gm) of Antaios. Radiate head of Helios / Rose in shallow incuse square. SNG.Fin.664. aXF. $295
108.     CARIA, Rhodes. 40-25 BC. AR Drachm (3.96 gm) of magistrate Euphranor. Radiate head of Helios facing slightly right / Rose, caduceus below. SNG.Keck-. Ashton.p.82.9. Toned $650
109.     LYCIAN DYNASTS. Kherei, 440-410 BC. AR Stater (8.43 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Forepart of bull within incuse square. Hurter.INJ14.pl.2.8. Toned VF, obverse double $850
110.     PAMPHYLIA, Aspendos. 420-370 BC. AR Stater (10.54 gm). Two wrestlers grappling / Slinger standing, triskeles in field, all in square. SNG.Fr.3.94. Toned VF. $450
111.     PAMPHYLIA, Side. 188-175 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.68 gm) of magistrate Kleuchares. Helmeted head of Athena / Nike advancing with wreath; pomegranate. SNG.BN.695. Toned VF+, $550
112.     PISIDIA, Selge. II-I Century BC. 13 (2.66 gm). Head of Herakles / Winged thunderbolt. Lind.1353. BMC.47. VF+, olive green patina $95
113.     CILICIA, Kelenderis. 440-400 BC. AR Stater (10.66 gm). Horseman dismounting left / Goat kneeling left looking back. SNG.Fr.64v. S.5527. Toned XF. $2,500
114.     CILICIA, Nagidos. 400-360 BC. AR Stater (10.73 gm). Aphrodite seated holding phiale over altar, Eros crowning her / Dionysos standing holding grapes and thyrsos. SNG.Fr.21. $1,500
115.     CILICIA, Seleukia ad Kalykadnum. Demetrois magistrate, I Century BC. 18 (4.76 gm). Helmeted and armored bust of Athena / Nike standing with wreath. SNG.Lev.703. VF+, $275
116.     CILICIA, Soloi. II-I Century BC. 25 (11.06 gm). Facing head of Medusa in aegis / Aphrodite riding bull right, owl. SNG.BN.1197v. VF, brown black patina. Scarce. $295
117.     CILICIA, Tarsos. Datames, 384-362 BC. AR Stater (10.32 gm). Facing female head wearing earring and necklace / Helemet head of Ares. SNG.Lev.80. Toned VF+ $1,250
118.     CILICIA, Tarsos. Datames, 378-362 BC. AR Stater (10.34 gm). Baal of Tarsos seated right / Sky-god Ana standing right pointing at satrap standing left. SNG.Lev.84. aXF. $1,200
119.     CILICIA, Tarsos. Balakros, satrap, 333-323 BC. AR Obol (0.59 gm). Helmeted head of Athena / Shield. Gktrk.28. SNG.BN.489b. Toned aXF. Scarce. $350
120.     LYDIA. 650-561 BC. Electrum Third Stater (4.70 gm). Head of lion with wart on its nose / Two part incuse. Weidauer.86. Rosen.655. VF. Rare. Thought to be the first coin $2,250
121.     LYDIAN KINGDOM. Kroisos, 561-546 BC. AR 1/6 Stater (1.65 gm). Foreparts of confronted lion and bull / Double incuse square. Rosen.667. Toned VF, light porosity. $550
122.     LYDIA, Tralles. After 133 BC. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.54 gm), year 5 (129 BC). Cysta Mystica / Two serpents coiled around bow-case, to right Dionysos standing leaning on $450
123.     PHRYGIA, Kibyra. 166-84 BC. AR Drachm (3.01 gm). Helmeted draped male bust / Horseman with lance charging. SNG.vAul.3713v. Toned VF+. $495
124.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Seleukos I, 311-280 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.10 gm) of Seleukia on the Tigris. Head of Herakles / Zeus Aitophoros enthroned. H&L.116. ESM.4. Toned VF. $550
125.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Seleukos I, 312-280 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.02 gm) of Seleukeia. Diademed head of Zeus / Athena driving biga of elephants, anchor. SC.130.4. ESM.32. XF, $1,500
126.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Antiochos II, 261-246 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.45 gm) of Seleukia on Tigris. Diademed head / Apollo seated on omphalos, holding arrow and bow. H&L.587.4b. $425
127.     SELEUKID KINGDOM Seleukos II, 246-226 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.56 gm) Antioch. Diademed head / Apollo leaning on tripod. SC.689.4. Toned VF. $550
128.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Antiochos IV, 175-164 BC. 15 (3.48 gm) of Ake(?). Diademed, radiate head / Artemis standing, holding torch and bow. SC.1485.2. VF, green patina. $150
129.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Demetrios I, 162-150 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.31 gm) of Antioch, yr. 159 (154/3 BC). Diademed head within wreath / Tyche seated holding sceptre and cornucopiae $595
130.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Demetrios II, First Reign, 146-138 BC. AR Drachm (3.31 gm) of Antioch. Diademed head / Apollo seated on omphalos, holding arrow and bow. SC.1908.3. Toned $225
131.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Antiochos VI Dionysos, 144-141 BC. AR Drachm (4.13 gm) of Antioch. Year 170 = 143/2 BC. Radiate head / Apollo seated on omphalos. SNG.Isr.1764. Toned VF+. $425
132.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Antiochos VII Euergetes, 138-129 BC. AR Didrachm (6.86 gm) of Tyre, year 178 (135/4 BC). Diademed head / Eagle standing on prow. SNG.Isr.2048. Toned VF. $425
133.     SELEUKIDS. Demetrios II Nikator, second reign, 130-125 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.67 gm) of Antioch. Diademed bearded head / Zeus enthroned with Nike and sceptre. SNG.Isr.2162. $1,000
134.     SELEUKID KINGDOM. Philip Philadelphos, 93-83 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.56 gm) of Antioch. Diademed head / Zeus enthroned. SC.2463.3h. VF. $295
135.     SYRO-PHOENICIAN. 400-350 BC. AR Tetradrachm (16.96 gm) imitating Athens. Helmeted head of Athena / Owl standing, olive sprig and crescent behind, all in incuse square. $1,500
136.     PHOENICIA, Arados. 380-350 BC. AR Tetrobol (3.02 gm). Laureate bearded head / Galley over waves. Betlyon.11. BMC.28. Toned VF+. Scarce. $450
137.     PHOENICIA, Arados. 130/29 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.98 gm). Turreted bust of Tyche / Nike standing holding palm and wreath. Duyrat.3053. VF. $425
138.     PHOENICIA, Tyre. 96-95 BC. AR Shekel (14.29 gm) year 30. Laureate head of Melqart / Eagle standing on prow. BMC.117v. Toned aXF. The type of the 30 Pieces of Silver $1,100
139.     ARABIA, Himyarites. Anon, 50-100 AD. AR Scyphate Quinarius (1.23 gm). Diademed male head, trident behind / Small male head. Mit.373. Toned aXF. $150
140.     BABYLON. 322-312 BC. AR Obol (0.60 gm). Baal enthroned holding sceptre / Lion walking; monogram above. Nicolet-Pierre.15v (stater). Toned VF. Rare. $350
141.     PARTHIAN KINGDOM. Mithradates I, 171-138 BC. AR Drachm (3.85 gm). Diademed draped bust / Archer seated on omphalos, holding bow. Sh.24. Toned VF $350
142.     PARTHIA. Mithradates II, 123-88 BC. AR Drachm (4.16 gm). Diademed draped bust / Archer seated holding bow and arrow. Sh.77. XF. $325
143.     PARTHIA. Mithradates II, 123-88 BC. AR Drachm (3.80 gm). Diademed draped bust / Archer seated on omphalos holding bow. Sh.69. XF. $300
144.     PARTHIAN EMPIRE. Orodes I, 90-77 BC. AR Drachm (4.11 gm). Bust in diadem / Archer seated holding bow. Sh.134. Sel.30.16. Toned VF+ $150
145.     PARTHIAN KINGDOM. Orodes II, 57-38 BC. AR Drachm (4.02 gm). Diademed bust with two stars and crescent / Archer seated. Sell.48.9. Toned Near Mint $250
146.     PARTHIA. Phraates IV, 38-2 BC. AR Drachm (3.88 gm) of Ekbatana. Diademed bust crowned by eagle, star and crescent in field / Archer enthroned holding bow. Sh.297. $195
147.     PARTHIAN KINGDOM. Vonones I, 8-12 AD. AR Drachm (3.47 gm). Diademed head / Nike advancing with palm. Sh.329. XF, spot light porosity. Scarce. $275
148.     PARTHIAN KINGDOM. Vologases I, 51-78 AD. AR Drachm (3.70). Diademed draped bust / Archer enthroned holding bow. Shore.374. VF+. Scarce. $225
149.     PARTHIA. Vologases III, 105-147 AD. AR Drachm (3.86 gm). Diademed draped bust / Archer enthroned holding bow. Sh.413. Toned XF+, broad flan. $195
150.     PARTHIA. Vologases VI, 208-228 AD. AR Drachm (3.72 gm). Bust wearing tiara / Archer enthroned holding bow. Sh.456. XF. $375
151.     ELYMAIS. Kamnaskir-Orodes III, 192 AD. Drachm (3.90 gm). Bust facing wearing tiara, anchor and crescent to right / Draped bust of Artemis. DeM.49. VF, dark brown patina. $100
152.     PERSIS. Darius II, I Century BC. AR Obol (0.70 gm). Draped bust in tiara / King standing at altar. Alram.566 Toned VF+. $175
153.     PERSIS. Artaxerxes II, I Century BC. AR Drachm (3.42 gm). Bust of king in merlon crown / King at atlar. Alram.570 Toned VF, rev worn die. $250
154.     KINGDOM OF BAKTRIA. Diodotos I or II, 250-230 BC, in the name of Antiochos II. Diademed bust / Zues advancing hurling thunderbolt, eagle at feet. Bop.BN.7. Toned VF, $595
155.     BAKTRIA. Euthydemos II, 185-180 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.40 gm). Diademed bust / Herakles standing holding club, lion-skin and wreath. SNG.ANS.218. Toned VF, porosity. $650
156.     BAKTRIAN KINGDOM. Antimachos II Nikephoros, 174-165 BC. AR Drachm (2.34 gm). Nike standing with palm / King galloping. ANS.409. Toned VF $195
157.     BAKTRIAN KINGDOM. Eukratides, 171-135 BC. AR Obol (0.62 gm). Helmeted draped bust / Caps of the Dioskouri. M.1723. Toned VF+. $250
158.     BAKTRIAN KINGDOM. Apollodotos I, 160-150 BC. AR Square Drachm (2.25 gm). Elephant standing / Humped bull standing ANS.337. Toned aVF, porsity. $175
159.     BAKTRIAN KINGDOM. Menander I Soter, 155-130 BC. AR Drachm (2.44 gm). Diademed bust / Athena standing with thunderbolt and shield. SNG.ANS.822. aXF $250
160.     BAKTRIA. Menander I Soter, 165-130 BC. Square Chalkous (2.98 gm) of Pushkalavati. Elephant head / Club. SNG.ANS.920. aXF, brown black patina. $150
161.     BAKTRIA. Hermaios and Kalliope, 90-70 BC. AR Drachm (2.37 gm). Jugate busts / Horseman riding. BN.2B. SNG.ANS.1320. Toned VF+. Rare. $500
162.     INDO-SCYTHIANS. Azes I, 57-35 BC. Square 21 (6.80 gm). King with whip on horseback / Bull standing. M.2238v. aXF, green black patina. $195
163.     SATAVAHANAS. Vasisthiputra Sri Pulomavi, 131-159 AD. Billon Karshapana (2.62 gm). Elephant standing / Satavahana symbol of cross with annulet ends. M.4963. aXF, black patina. $150
164.     KUSHAN KINGDOM. Kipanada, 330-360 AD. Pale Gold Dinar (7.41 gm). King standing holding trident, sacrificing at altar / Ardoksho enthroned. Mit.3589. Gobl.596. VF+. $550
165.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Shapur I, 241-272 AD. AR Drachm (3.62 gm). Crowned bust / Fire altar with two attendants. Gbl.23. VF+, tiny edge chip. $195
166.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Varhran II, 276-293 AD. AR Drachm (4.20 gm). Jugate busts of King wearing winged crown, and Queen wearing griffin-headed crown, facing prince wearing $595
167.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Hormazd II, 303-309 AD. AR Drachm (4.08 gm). Draped bust in eagle crown / Fire-altar with attendants, bust in flames. Gbl.83. XF. $350
168.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Shapur II, 309-379 AD. AR Drachm (4.08 gm). Draped bust in merlon crown / Fire-altar with attendants, bust in flames. Gbl.105. Toned VF+ $225
169.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Yazdgard I, 399-420 AD. AR Drachm (3.39 gm) Isfahan. Crowned bust / Fire altar with attendents. Gbl.147v. Toned aXF. $250
170.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Peroz, 459-484 AD. AR Drachm (4.21 gm), 3rd crown, Nihavand. Crowned draped bust / Fire-altar with attendants. Gbl.176. Toned Near Mint, usual flat spots. $195
171.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Kavad I, 484, 488-497, 499-531 AD. AR Drachm (4.14 gm), Hamadan, yr. 38. Draped bust with winged crown / Fire-altar with attendants. Gbl.190. Toned Near $150
172.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Khusru II, 591-628 AD. AR Drachm (4.10 gm), Shirayan, yr. 26. Bust wearing winged crown / Fire-altar with attendants. Gbl.211. Near Mint $125
173.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Ardeshir III, 628-630 AD. AR Drachm (4.15 gm), Ardashir-Xurrah, yr. 2. Bust wearing merlon crown / Fire-altar with attendants. Gbl.225. Near Mint, $450
174.     SASANIAN EMPIRE. Yazdgard III, 632-651 AD. AR Drachm (4.14 gm), Sakastan, yr. 4. Bust wearing winged crown / Fire-altar with attendants. Gbl.234. Near Mint Scarce. $295
175.     INDO-SASANIANS. Pre-Gujarat series, VI-VII Century AD. AR Drachm (4.11 gm). Sasanian bust / Fire-altar with attendants. M.1482v. Toned VF, typical weak spots. $175
176.     ALCHON HUNS. VI Century AD. AR Drachm (3.54 gm), imitation Sasanian Drachm. Bust of Hormazd IV (579-590), c/m head in headdress / Fire altar with attendants, pellet on rim, $250
177.     ALCHON HUNS. Khingila, 430-490 AD. AR Drachm (3.68 gm), Gandhara. Helmeted bust of king, altar in front / Fire altar with attendants. Gobl.Dok.issue.49. Toned Crude VF, $350
178.     INDO-SASANIANS. Datyasatya, V Century AD. Gold Dinar (7.20 gm) of Sind. Bust of Peroz, sun wheel before / Fire-altar. Senior.ONS.149.3. VF. Rare. $950
179.     PTOLEMAIC KINGDOM. Ptolemy I, 323-283 BC. AR Tetradrachm (15.69 gm) of Alexandria. Head of Alexander wearing elephant headress / Athena Alkidemos advancing. Sv.162. $2,500
180.     PTOLEMAIC KINGDOM. Ptolemy II, 285-246 BC. Gold Octadrachm (27.33 gm) of Alexandria. Veiled head of Arsinoe II right / Double cornucopiae. SNG Cop.145v. VF+. Rare. $11,500
181.     PTOLEMAIC KINGDOM. Ptolemy II Philadeplhos, 285-246 BC. AR Tetradrachm (14.15 gm) of Alexanderia. Diademed draped bust of Ptolemy I / Eagle standing on thunderbolt, shield $850
182.     PTOLEMAIC KINGDOM. Ptolemy II, 285-246 BC. AR Tetradrachm (13.69 gm) of Sidon. Diademed head of Ptolemy I / Eagle standing on thunderbolt. SNG.Cop.509v. Toned aVF. $295
183.     EGYPT, Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy IV Philopator, 221-205 BC. AR tetradrachm (13.58 gm). Jugate busts of Zeus Saparis and Isis / Eagle standing on thunderbolt holding $695
184.     PTOLEMAIC KINGDOM. Ptolemy IV, 221-205 BC. 34 (34.96 gm). Head of Zeus / Eagle standing on thunderbolt. SNG.Cop.202. VF+, olive prown patina.. $325
185.     PTOLEMAIC KINGDOM. Ptolemy XII, 80-51 BC. AR Tetradrachm (12.10 gm) of Alexandria, yr.18 (64/63 BC). Diademed head of Ptolemy I / Eagle standing. SNG.Cop.389. Toned VF+. $325
186.     SICULO PUNIC. SICILY, Entella. 300-289 BC. AR Tetradrachm (17.28 gm). Head of Herakles in lionskin / Horse head, palm tree behind. Jenkins.333. SNG.Lloyd.1650 (same obv. $1,250
187.     MAURETANIA. Juba II and Cleopatra Selene, 25 BC-23 AD. AR Denarius (2.81 gm). Diademed bust / Star and crescent. MAA.85. SNG.Cop.590. Toned aXF, typical waek spots. $595
188.     SPAIN, Julia Traducta. Augustus, 27 BC-14 AD. As (11.56 gm). Bare head / Laureal wreath. Burg.1269. VF, green patina. $195
189.     MOESIA INFERIOR, Dionysopolis. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Pentassarion (13.69 gm). Confronted busts of Gordian III and Serapis / Serapis standing raising arm and holding $295
190.     MOESIA INFERIOR, Marcianopolis. Caracalla and Julia Domna, 198-217 AD. Pentassarion (12.53 gm). Confronted busts of Caracalla and Julia Domna / Demeter standing holding $295
191.     MOESIA INFERIOR, Marcianopolis. Elagabalus and Julia Maesa, 218-222 AD. 26 5 Assaria (11.38 gm). Confronted busts / Herakles standing leaning on club and holding apples of $175
192.     MOESIA INFERIOR, Tomis. Gordian III and Tranquillina, 238-244 AD. 27 (14.12 gm). Confronted busts / Nemesis standing holding rod and patera, wheel below. Mouchmov.2278. $150
193.     THRACE, Mesembria. Philip II, Caesar, 244-247 AD. 26 (12.83 gm). Confronted busts of Philip II and Serapis / Homonoia standing holding patera and cornucopiae. Mouchmov.4040 $150
194.     MACEDONIA, Philippi. Augustus, 27 BC-14 AD. 19 (5.33 gm). Head right / Two priests plowing with team of oxen. RPC.1656. VF, olive green patina. $150
195.     PONTUS, Neocaesarea, Gallienus., 253-268 AD. 27 (11.28 gm). Radiate and draped bust / Head of Tyche, agnostic crown above. RG.70a. VF+, dark brown patina. Scarce. $450
196.     TROAS, Alexandria. Valerian, 254-260 AD. 20 (7.29 gm). Laureate draped bust / Horse grazing. SNG.Cop.191. Fine+, brown patina. $150
197.     IONIA, Ephesus. Nero and Poppaea, 54-68 AD. 20 (7.72 gm). Jugate heads of Nero and Poppaea / Stag standing. RPC.2630. VF, green black patina. $395
198.     CARIA, Alabanda. Caracalla, 198-217 AD. 28 (10.72 gm). Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust / Filleted laurel branch. SNG.Cop.15. SNG.vAul.2401. VF, green black patina. $295
199.     CARIA, Mylasa. Geta as Caesar, 198-209 AD. 36 Medallion (23.95 gm). Bare headed draped bust / Zeus Labraundus in temple holding labys and spear. SNG.Cop.437. Akarca.90. $895
200.     PAMPHYLIA, Perga. GALLIENUS, 253-268 AD. 31. (16.66 gm) Laur., dr. and cuir. bust / Prize chest with 3 purses. SNG.vAul.4726. VF+, olive brown patina. Prizes for Perga $450
201.     PISIDIA, Antioch. Severus Alexander, 222-235 AD. 33 (22.02 gm). Laureate head / She-wolf standing below branch suckling twins. SNG.BN.1185v. VF, dark olive brown patina. $495
202.     CILICIA, Tarsus. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. 36 (25.85 gm). Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust / Tyche standing holding rudder and cornucopiae. SNG.BN.1654. aVF, green patina. $250
203.     LYDIA, Thyatria. Nero, 54-68 AD. 18 (2.96 gm). Draped bust / Double-axe. SNG.Cop.595. SNG.vAul.4268. VF+, green patina. $325
204.     PHRYGIA,Bruzus. Gordian III, Laureate draped bust / 238-244 AD. 28 (12.81 gm). Laureate draped bust / Demeter standing with sceptre and cornucopia. GIC.3721v. VF, $250
205.     CAPPADOCIA, Caerasea. Nero and Divus Claudius, 54-68 AD. AR Didrachm (3.78 gm), 63/64. Laureate head of Nero / Laureate head of Claudius. RPC.3647. Toned VF. Scarce. $450
206.     SYRIA, Antioch. Civic Issue. 16 Dichalkon (3.96 gm), yr 115 (66/7 AD). Laureate and draped bust of Apollo / Laurel branch. RPC.4306. McAlee.114a. VF+, brown patina. $275
207.     SYRIA, Antioch. Domitian, 81-96 AD. AR Tetradrachm (14.33 gm), yr. 2 (88/9 AD). Laureate bust with aegis / Eagle standing on thunderbolt, palm in field. McAlee.396. P.143. $350
208.     SYRIA, Antioch. Philip I, 244-249 AD. AR Tetradrachm (11.92 gm), 248. Radiate cuirassed bust left / Eagle standing with wreath. Prieur.353 Toned VF+. Scarce. $250
209.     SYRIA, Antioch. Philip I, 244-249 AD. AR Tetradrachm (12.53 gm), 249. Laureate cuirassed bust / Eagle standing with wreath. Prieur.445. Toned XF. $295
210.     SYRIA, Antioch. Otacilia Severa, wife of Philip I, 244-249 AD. Billon Tetradrachm (11.41 gm), 248, Diademed bust on crescent / Eagle standing with wreath in beak. P.387. $295
211.     SYRIA, Antioch. Philip II, 244-249 AD. AR Tetradrachm (11.49gm) 244 as Caesar. Bare headed draped cuirassed bust left / Eagle standing with wreath. Prieur.332. Toned aXF. $295
212.     SYRIA, Kommagene; Zeugma. Philip II, 247-249 AD. 28 (18.15 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust / Tetrastyle temple at end of walled grove, capricorn below. BMC.29. VF $250
213.     SYRIA, Laodicea ad Mare. Caracalla, 198-217 AD. AR Tetradrachm (12.67 gm). Laureate head / Eagle standing facing, wings spread, holding wreath, star below. Pr.1179. Toned $450
214.     PHOENICIA, Tyre. Trajan, 98-117 AD. AR Tetradrachm (14.60 gm) of 103-109 AD. Laureate head / Eagle standing on club, palm at right. P.1494. aXF. $450
215.     MESOPOTAMIA, Singara. Gordian III and Tranquillina, 238-244 AD. 30. Their two busts confronted / City gddess with turretted headdress kneeling. BMC.7. VF, brown and green $225
216.     AXUM. Ebana, V Century AD. Gold Tremissis (1.82 gm). Crowned bust with grain-ears / Bust in headcloth with grain-ears. M-H.71 VF+. $1,100
217.     JUDAEA, Aelia Capitolina (Jerusalem). Antoninus Pius 138-161 AD. 18 (8.83 gm). Laureate bust / Eagle. Rosenberger.21. VF, green patina. Rare. $295
218.     NABATAEA Kingdom. Aretas IV, 9 BC - 40 AD. 18 (3.61 gm). Heads of Aretas and Shaquilath / Crossed cornucopiae. Meshorer.114. VF, desert green patina. $150
219.     ANCIENT JUDAEA. Alexander Jannaeus, 103-76 BC. Lepton (1.83 gm). Star in diadem / Anchor. Hen.470. VF, olive brown patina. The Widows Mite of the Bible, Mark 12:41-44. $75
220.     JUDAEA. Mattathias Antigones, 40-37 BC. 18 (7.55 gm). Single cornucopia / Ivy wreath. Hendin.482. aVF, dark green patina. Rare. $225
221.     ANCIENT JUDAEA. Herod I, the Great. 40 BC-4 AD. Four Prutot (4.60 gm), year 3. Crested helmet / Decorated shield. Hendin.487. AJC.2b. VF, olive brown patina. $450
222.     JUDAEA. Herod Archelaus, 4 BC - 6 AD. Prutah (2.74 gm). Bunch of grapes / Crested helmet. Mesh.73b. H.505. aXF, brown black patina. $195
223.     JUDAEA, Roman Prefect Marcus Ambibulus, 9 -12 AD. Prutah (1.56 gm), yr. 41. Ear of barley / Palm tree. Hen.638. VF, green patina. $135
224.     ANCIENT JUDAEA, Roman Procurators. Pontius Pilate, 26-36 AD. Lepton (2.11 gm). Lituus / Date within wreath, LIZ=yr 17=30AD. H.649. VF, olive brown patina $175
225.     ANCIENT JUDAEA. First Revolt, 66-70 AD. Prutah (3.27 gm) of year 2, 67/68 AD. Amphora / Vine leaf. Hen.661. VF, olive green patina. $95
226.     ROMAN EGYPT. Nero, 54-68 AD. Billon Tetradrachm (13.21 gm), yr. 10. Radiate head / Bust of Serapis with modius. Kln.160. Toned VF. $150
227.     ROMAN EGYPT. Nero, 54-68 AD. AR Tetradrachm (12.47 gm) of Alexandria, year 12, 66/67 AD. Radiate head left / Laureate head of Apollo right. Koln.176. Toned VF. $150
228.     ROMAN EGYPT. Nero, 54-68 AD. AR Tetradrachm (12.00 gm), year 13. Radiate bust / Laureate bust of Tiberius. Koln.187. Toned VF. $195
229.     ROMAN EGYPT. Nero, 54-68 AD. AR Tetradrachm (12.70 gm), yr.13. Radiate head / Radiate head of Augustus. Kln.177. Toned VF. $195
230.     ROMAN EGYPT. Galba, 68-69 AD. AR Tetradrachm (12.64 gm) year 2. Laureate head / Draped bust of Eirene with caduceus, star. Kln.229. Toned aVF. $250
231.     ROMAN EGYPT. Vespasian, 69-79 AD. AR Tetradrachm (12.80 gm), yr.2 Laureate head / Eirene standing with flowers and caduceus. Kln.274. Toned VF. $195
232.     Roman Egypt. Trajan, 98-117 AD. AR Tetradrachm (13.85 gm), yr 15. Laureate head / Canopic jar. Kln.574. Toned aVF. $175
233.     ROMAN EGYPT. Trajan, 98-117 AD. Chalkous (1.63 gm) of Alexandria, yr. 17. Laureate head / Elephant standing. Kln-. K&G.27.575. VF, brown patina earthen highlights. Rare. $550
234.     ROMAN EGYPT. Hadrian, 117-138 AD. AR Tetradrachm (11.36 gm) year 18. Laureate draped bust / Serapis enthroned holding sceptre. Kln.1094. Toned aVF. $165
235.     ROMAN EGYPT. Hadrian, 117-138 AD. AR Tetradrachm (13.64 gm), yr.20. Laureate head left / Nilus reclining holding reed and cornucopia. Kln.1197. Toned VF $195
236.     ROMAN EGYPT. Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD. AR Tetradrachm (13.40 gm), yr. 15. Laureate head / Nike advancing holding wreath. Kln.1669. Toned VF. $195
237.     ROMAN EGYPT. Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD. AR Tetradrachm (11.76 gm) of Alexandria, year 19. Laureate bust left / Bust of Nilus with corucopia with Genius emerging. VF. $195
238.     ROMAN EGYPT. Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD. Drachm (22.99 gm), yr. 22. Laureate head / Bust of Nilus, cornucopia with Genius on top. Kln.1833. VF, brown patina. Scarce. $495
239.     ROMAN EGYPT. Commodus, 180-192 AD. Billon Tetradrachm (11.30 gm) yr. 28. Laureate head / Emperor standing crowned by Alexandria. Kln.2230. Toned VF. Scarce. $225
240.     ROMAN EGYPT. Severus Alexander. 222-235 AD. Billon Tetradrachm (13.05 gm), yr.4. Laureate bust / Dikaiosyne standing with scales. Kln.2421. Toned VF, Scarce. $195
241.     ROMAN EGYPT. Maximinus I, 235-238 AD. BillonTetradrachm (12.22 gm), yr. 2. Draped bust / Eirene standing. Kln.2555. Toned VF. Scarce. $225
242.     ROMAN EGYPT. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Billon Tetradrachm (12.80 gm), yr 4. Draped bust / Eagle with wreath in beak. Kln.2640. Toned VF. $175
243.     ROMAN EGYPT. Probus, 276-282 AD. Potin Tetradrachm (8.73 gm), yr. 5. Laureate cuirassed bust / Homonia standing holding cornucopia. Kln.3147 VF+, smooth brown patina. $110
244.     ROMAN EGYPT. Carus, 282-284 AD. Potin Tetradrachm (7.69 gm), yr. 1. Laureate draped bust / Eagle standing with palm and wreath. Kln.3159. Em.3999. VF+, brown patina. $135
245.     ROMAN EGYPT. Carinus, 283-285 AD. Billon Tetradrachm (8.04 gm), yr. 2. Laureate bust right / Elpis standing, holding flower. Kln.3178. VF+, brown patina $150
246.     ROMAN EGYPT. Diocletian, 285-305 AD. Potin Tetradrachm (6.66 gm), yr. 2. Laureate cuirassed bust / Alexandria standing holding bust of Sarapis and sceptre Kln.3210. VF+, $95
247.     ROMAN EGYPT. Diocletian, 285-305 AD. Potin Tetradrachm (7.64 gm), yr. 6. Laureate cuirassed bust / Elpis standing holding flower. Kln.3249. VF+, olive brown patina. $95
248.     ROMAN EGYPT. Diocletian, 285-305 AD. Billon Tetradrachm (7.45 gm), yr. 9. Laureate draped bust / Eagle. Kln.3260. VF+, brown patina. $95
249.     ROMAN EGYPT. Maximianus, 296-305 AD. Potin Tetradrachm (8.17 gm), yr. 2. Laureate cuirassed bust / Elpis standing with flower, star in field. Kln.3286. VF+, olive green $95
250.     Roman Egypt. Maximianus, 286-305 AD. PotinTetradrachm (7.28 gm) year 4. Laureate bust / Nike standing with palm and wreath. Kln.3302. VF+, brown patina. $110
251.     ROMAN EGYPT. Maximianus, 296-305 AD. Potin Tetradrachm (7.65 gm), yr. 8. Draped bust / Eirene standing. Kln.3331 Toned VF+. $95
252.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. 269- 240 BC. Aes Grave Sextans (39.60 gm) of Rome. Tortoise / Wheel of six spokes. T/V.35. Fine+ green black patina. Scarce. $350
253.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Anonymous Semilibral Series, 217-215 BC. Uncia (13.61 gm) of Rome. Helmeted head of Roma / Prow of ship.. Cr.41/10. VF, green patina, some porosity $225
254.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. 179-170 BC. As of Rome (30.52 gm). Laureate head of Janus / Prow, MAT. Wul.105. VF, smooth black patina. $375
255.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. Servilius M.f., 136 BC. AR Denarius (3.84 gm). Helmeted head of Roma, wreath behind / The Dioscuri on prancing horses. Servilia.1. Cr.239/1. Toned XF. $350
256.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. Curiatus Trigeminus, 142 BC. AR Denarius (4.13 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Roma in quadriga, crowned by Victory. Curiata.1. Cr.223/1. Toned VF, b/m. $195
257.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. Aburius M. f. Geminus, 132 BC. AR Denarius (3.78 gm). Head of Roma / Sol in quadriga. Cr.250/1 Aburia.6. Toned aVF. $175
258.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. Porcius Laeca, 125 BC. AR Denarius (3.99 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Liberty holding liberty cap in quadriga. Cr.270/1. Porcia.3. Toned aXF. $250
259.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Q. Fabius Labeo, 124 BC. AR Denarius (3.74 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Jupiter driving quadriga , prow below. Fabia.1. Cr.273/1. Toned aVF. $175
260.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. Furius L. f. Philus, 119 BC. AR Denarius (3.78 gm). Head of Janus / Roma erecting trophy. Furia.18. Cr.281/1. Toned VF. $225
261.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Q. Curtius, 116-115 BC. AR Denarius (3.87 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Jupiter in quadriga hurling thunderbolt. Cr.285/2. Curtia.2. Toned VF+. $265
262.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. Cipius M.f., 115-114 BC. AR Denarius (3.92 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Victory in biga with palm branch, rudder beneath. Cipia.1. Cr.289/1. Toned VF. $195
263.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Ti. Quinctius, 112-111 BC. AR Denarius (3.86 gm). Laureate bust of Hercules / Two horses, one desultor rider, rat below. Quinctia.6. Cr.297/1. Toned Fine+. $175
264.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. T. Manlius Mancinus et al., 111-110 BC. AR Denarius (3.85 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Victory driving triga. Mallia.2. Cr.299/1b. VF+. $250
265.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. Lucilius Rufus, 101 BC. AR Denarius (3.95 gm). Helmeted head of Roma in wreath / Victory driving quadriga. Lucilia.1. Cr.324/1. Toned aXF, flat spots. $225
266.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. P. Servilius M.f. Rullus, 100 BC. AR Denarius (3.80 gm). Helmeted bust of Minerva / Victory driving biga. Servilia.14. Cr.328/1. VF+ $250
267.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. Mall, A. Albinus S. F, 96 BC. AR Denarius (4.00 gm). Laureate head of Apollo / Roma seated on shields, crowned by Victory. Poblicia.4. Cr.335/2. VF. $250
268.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. D. Silanus L. f., 91 BC. AR Denarius (3.87 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Victory driving biga. Junia.15. Cr.337/3. Toned aVF. $175
269.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Q. Titius, 90 BC. AR Denarius (3.91 gm). Diademed head of Mutinus Titinius (Priapus) / Pegasus flying. Titia.1. Cr.341/1. VF. $275
270.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. L. Rubrius Dossenus, 87 BC. AR Denarius (3.50 gm). Helmeted bust of Minerva right / Triumphal quadriga right. Rubria.3. Cr.348/3. Uneven aVF, $225
271.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Mn. Fonteius C. f. 85 BC. AR Denarius. (3.58 gm). Laureate bust of Vejovis / Genius riding goat right. Fonteia. 10. Cr.353/1c. Tond VF. $275
272.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Q. Antonius Balbus, 83 BC. AR Denarius (3.91 gm). Laureate bust of Jupiter / Victory in quadriga. Antonia.1. Cr. 364/1d. VF $275
273.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. Norbanus, 83 BC. AR Denarius (4.00 gm). Head of Venus / Grain ear, fasces, and caduceus. Norbana.2. Cr.357/1b. Toned aVF, bankers marks . $195
274.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. L. Manlius, 82 BC. AR Denarius (3.70 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Sulla driving quadriga. Manlia.4. Cr.367/5. aVF Rare. $195
275.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. P. Crepusius, 82 BC. AR Denarius (3.69 gm). Laureate head of Apollo with sceptre / Horseman with spear. Crepusia.1. Cr.361/1c. Toned VF. $250
276.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. A. Postumus A.f. Sp. n. Albinus, 81 BC. AR Denarius (3.80 gm). Veiled head of Hispania / Togate figure standing between aquila and fasces. Postumia.8. $225
277.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. Naevius Balbus, 79 BC. AR Denarius (3.92 gm). Diademed bust of Venus / Victory in triga. Naevia.6. Cr.382/1b. Toned aVF. $195
278.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. Volteius M. f., 78 BC. AR Denarius (3.78 gm). Ivy-wreathed head of Liber / Ceres in chariot drawn by two serpents. Cr.385/3. Volteia.3. Toned aVF. $225
279.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. L. Rutilius Flaccus, 77 BC. AR Denarius (3.94 gm). Helmeted head of Roma / Victory driving biga. Rutilia.1a. Cr.387/1. VF $225
280.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. Postumius, 74 BC. AR Denarius (3.84 gm). Bust of Diana right / Hound running right. Postumia.9. Cr.394/1a. Toned VF $225
281.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. Plaetorius M.f. Cestianus, 69 BC. AR Denarius (3.94 gm). Head of Bonus Eventus / Caduceus. Plaetoria.5. Cr.405/5. Toned VF. Scarce. $295
282.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. Hosidius cf Geta, 68 BC. AR Denarius (3.09 gm). Diademed bust of Diana / The Calydonian boar wounded by spear, dog below. Cr.407/2. Hosidia.1. Toned $450
283.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. M. Plaetorius M.f. Cestianus, 67 BC. AR Denarius (3.82 gm). Helmeted bust of Vacuna carrying bow and quiver / Eagle standing on thunderbolt. Plaetoria.4. $350
284.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. C. Vibius C. F. Pansa Caetronianus, 48 BC. AR Denarius (3.55 gm). Mask of Pan / Jupiter Axurus seated holding patera and sceptre. Vibia.18. Cr.449/1a. $275
285.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Man. Acilius Glabrio, 49 BC. AR Denarius (4.00 gm). Wreathed head of Salus / Valetudo (Salus) standing. Cr.442/1a. Acilia.8. Uneven aXF. Scarce. $275
286.     ROMAN REPUBLIC. Mn. Cordius Rufus, c. 46 BC. AR Denarius (3.60 gm). Owl standing on Corinthian helmet / Aegis of Minerva with head of Medusa in center. Cordia.4. Bab.4. $375
287.     POMPEY THE GREAT, 49 BC. AR Denarius (3.51 gm). Head of Numa Pompilius / Prow of warship. RSC.4. Cr.446/1. Toned aVF. $595
288.     JULIUS CAESAR, died March 15, 44 BC. AR Denarius (3.94 gm). Elephant trampling serpent / Pontifical implements. Cr.443/1. RSC.49. Toned XF, minor flat spots. $1,250
289.     JULIUS CAESAR, died March 15, 44 BC. AR Denarius (3.92 gm). Diademed head of Venus / Trophy between Gallia and Gallic captive. RSC.13. XF, weak spot. $950
290.     JULIUS CAESAR and MARC ANTONY, 43 BC. AR Denarius (3.39 gm) of Gaul. Bare head of Antony / Bare head of Caesar. Cr.488/2. RSC.3. Toned Fine+, slight roughness, smoothing, $650
291.     MARC ANTONY. AR Denarius (3.25 gm), Legion III. Galley / Legionary Eagle between two standards. RSC.28. Cr.544/15. Toned aVF. $350
292.     OCTAVIUS AUGUSTUS, 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius (3.49 gm), 36 BC. Bare bust right / Pontifical implements. RSC.91. Toned VF, b/ms $395
293.     AUGUSTUS, 27 BC - 14 AD. AR Denarius (3.54 gm) of Colonia Caesar Augusta,19-18 BC. Oak wreathed head / Comet, DIVVS IVLIVS. RIC.37a. Toned aVF, old scuff. $450
294.     AUGUSTUS, 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius (3.86 gm) of Lugdunum, 2 BC - 4 AD. Laureate head / Caius and Lucius Caesars standing facing with shields and spears, simpulum and lituus $450
295.     Augustus, 27 BC-14 AD. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (11.56 gm) of Pergamon. Bare head / Bundle of six bound grain-ears. Suth.148. RPC.2212. RIC.494. Toned aVF. $695
296.     AUGUSTUS, 27 BC-14 AD. As (10.99 gm) of Lugdunum, 9-14. Laureate head / The Altar of Lugdunum. RIC.233(S). VF, olive brown patina. Scarce. $250
297.     AUGUSTUS, 27 BC-14 AD. Quadrans (2.32 gm) of C. Rubellius Blandus, 4 BC. Altar / SC. RIC.467(S). VF, brown patina. Scarce. $115
298.     AGRIPPA, d. 12 BC. As (12.39 gm), struck by Caligula. Head wearing rostral crown / Neptune standing holding cloak, dolphin and trident. RIC.58. aXF, green black patina, $650
299.     TIBERIUS, 14-37 AD. Gold Aureus (7.52 gm) of Lugdunum. Laureate head Livia seated right. RIC.27(R2). VF, some scuffs. Rare. $3,250
300.     TIBERIUS, 14-37 AD. AR Denarius (3.79 gm) Lugdunum. Laureate head / Livia, as Pax, seated holding sceptre and olive-branch. RIC.28(S). Toned VF+. Scarce variety. $750
301.     DRUSUS, son of Tiberius, d. 23 AD. As (11.14 gm), struck under Titus. Bare head / Concentric legends around SC. RIC.(Titus).414. VF, brown patina, roughness. Scarce. $375
302.     Nero and Drusus Caesars. Dupondius (12.51 gm). Two Caesars galloping on horseback / SC, legend. RIC(Cal).34. aVF, brown patina. Rare. $550
303.     CALIGULA and AGRIPPINA SENIOR, 37-41 AD. AR Denarius (3.58 gm), 40 AD. Lareate head of Caligula / Draped bust of Agrippina . RIC.22(R2). Toned VF, some porosity. Very rare. $2,950
304.     CALIGULA, 37-41 AD. As (10.79 gm), 37-8. Bare head / Vesta seated holding patera and sceptre. RIC.38. VF, green black patina. $550
305.     CLAUDIUS, 41-54 AD. AR Drachm (3.27 gm) of Lycian League. Laureate head / Apollo Patros woth branch and bow. Troxell.C2 (C2.3b/C2.4a). RPC.3335/2v. Toned VF+. Rare. $1,250
306.     CLAUDIUS, 41-54 AD. As (11.09 gm). Bare head l. / Constantia standing holding spear. RIC.95. VF+, slightly porous dark brown patina. $275
307.     NERO, 54-68 AD. AR Denarius (3.09 gm), 65-6. Laureate head / Salus enthroned holding patera. RIC.60(R). Toned aVF. Rare. $395
308.     NERO, 54-68 AD. Sestertius (24.45 gm) of Lugdunum. Laureate head / Roma seated on cuirass holding Victory and parazonium. RIC.442. VF+, Tiber brown patina. $1,950
309.     GALBA, 68-69 AD. AR Denarius (3.29 gm). Laureate head / Livia standing with patera and sceptre. RIC.224(R2). Toned aVF. Rare. $550
310.     OTHO, Jan-Apr 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.32 gm). Bare head / Securitas standing with wreath and sceptre. RIC.10(R3). Toned VF. Rare. $995
311.     VITELLIUS, 69 AD. AR Denarius (3.23 gm) of Rome. Laureate head / Vesta seated holding patera and sceptre. RIC.107(S). Toned aVF. Scarce. $450
312.     VESPASIAN, 69-79 AD. Gold Aureus (7.10 gm), 72-73 AD. Laureate head / Victory holding wreath standing on globe between VIC - AVG. RIC.51. VF, ex. jewelry?. Reverence to $3,950
313.     VESPASIAN, 69-79 AD. AR Denarius (2.96 gm), 78-79. Laureate head / Ceres standing holding grain stalks. RIC.132. RSC.54. Toned aXF. $350
314.     VESPASIAN, 69-79 AD. AR Denarius (3.23 gm), 71. Laureate head / Pax seated holding branch and caduceus. RIC.41. RSC.566. Toned VF. $175
315.     VESPASIAN, 69-79 AD. AR Quinarius (1.52 gm) of Rome, 75. Laureate head / Victory seated holding wreath and palm. RIC.800, King.16. Toned aVF. Rare. $375
316.     VESPASIAN, 69-79 AD. As (11.62 gm), 71. Laureate head / Aequitas standing with balance scales and rod. RIC.720. VF+, dark green patina, some smoothing. $195
317.     TITUS, 79-81 AD. AR Denarius (2.82 gm), 79. Laureate head / Slow quadriga with flower. RIC.25. Toned aXF. $425
318.     TITUS, 79-81 AD. AR Denarius (2.75 gm), 80. Laureate head / Thunderbolt on seat. RIC.119. Toned Fine+. $165
319.     TITUS as Caesar, 74 AD. Dupondius (10.65 gm), 74. Laureate head / Winged caduceus with cornucopiae. RIC.761. Fine+, dark brown patina. $275
320.     DOMITIAN, 81-96 AD. AR Denarius (3.31 gm), 88. Laureate head / Minerva advancing on rostral column, hurling javelin and holding shield. RIC.576. XF+. $350
321.     DOMITIAN, 81-96 AD. AR Denarius (3.42 gm). Laureate head / Minerva standing holding spear. RIC.II.692. Toned VF. $150
322.     DOMITIAN, 81-96 AD. Quadrans (2.38 gm). Legend around SC / Rhinoceros walking RIC.248. VF, brown patina, patch of light porosity. $195
323.     ANONYMOUS, 81-161 AD. Quadrans (2.35 gm). Winged petasus / Winged caduceus. RIC.32. VF brown patina. $135
324.     NERVA, 96-98 AD. AR Denarius (3.39 gm), 97. Laureate head / Libertas standing holding pileus and sceptre. RIC.19. VF. $325
325.     NERVA, 96-98 AD. AR Denarius (3.17 gm). Laureate head / Clasped hands. RIC.14. Toned aVF, scuffed. $175
326.     TRAJAN, 98-117 AD. AR Denarius (3.50 gm), 103-11. Laureate head / Victory standing holding wreath and palm. RIC.128. XF. $275
327.     TRAJAN, 98-117 AD. AR Denarius (3.08 gm), 114-7. Laureate draped bust / Genius standing holding patera and grain-ears. RIC.347. VF+. $225
328.     TRAJAN, 98-117 AD. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (10.32 gm) of Asia Minor, 98-99 AD. Laureate head / Legionary eagle between two standards. RIC.719. RSC.608. Toned VF. $850
329.     TRAJAN. 98-117 AD. Sestertius (27.41 gm), 103-11. Laureate head / Pax standing holding branch and cornucopiae, foot on Dacian captive. RIC.503. VF, dark brown patina. $950
330.     TRAJAN 98-117 AD. Quadrans (3.03 gm). Laureate bust of Hercules / Boar standing. RIC.702(S). VF, brown patina. $150
331.     HADRIAN, 117-138 AD. AR Denarius (3.38 gm). Laureate head / Abundantia standing, foot on rock, holding hook and cornucopia. RIC.169. XF $350
332.     HADRIAN, 117-138 AD. AR Denarius (3.16 gm) 119-22. Laureate heroic bust / Fortuna standing, leaning on column, holding rudder and cornucopiae. RIC.86 Toned aXF. $250
333.     HADRIAN, 117-138 AD. AR Denarius (2.91 gm). Laureate head / Africa reclining. RIC.299d. Toned VF. Marks Hadrians travel to Africa in 128 AD. $295
334.     HADRIAN, 117-138 AD. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (10.11 gm). Laureate head / The two Nemeses of Smyrna standing confronted. RIC.507(R2). Met.158. Toned VF, overstuck on $550
335.     HADRIAN, 117-138 AD. Sestertius (24.80 gm), 119-21. Laureate bust, drapery on shoulder / Emperor seated on platform; Libertas standing presenting children. RIC.568(R2). $350
336.     SABINA, wife of Hadrian, d. 136 AD. AR Denarius (3.40 gm). Draped bust / Juno standing with patera and sceptre. RIC.395a. aXF. $350
337.     AELIUS, Caesar, 136-138 AD. AR Denarius (3.00 gm). Bare head / Felicitas standing holding caduceus. RIC.430. VF. Rare. $650
338.     ANTONINUS PIUS, 138-161 AD. AR Denarius (2.86 gm). Laureate head / Pax standing with branch and cornucopia. MInt. $325
339.     ANTONINUS PIUS, 138-161 AD. AR Denarius (3.00 gm). 145-161 AD. Laureate head / Clasped hands holding caduceus and grain ears. RIC.136. VF. $150
340.     ANTONINUS PIUS, 138-161 AD. AR Posthumous Denarius (3.59 gm). Bare head, slight drapery / Quadriga on pyre. RIC.438 (Aurelius). Toned VF+. $225
341.     ANTONINUS PIUS, 138-161 AD. Sestertius (20.36 gm), 145-61. Laureate head / Fides standing holding two standards. RIC.943a. VF+, dark brown patina, slight smoothing. $495
342.     ANTONINUS PIUS, 138-161 AD. As (8.68 gm), Feb.-July 138. Laureate head / Clasped hands with grain-ears and caduceus. RIC.1088a(S). aXF, smoothed black patina. $295
343.     FAUSTINA SENIOR, wife of Antoninus Pius, d. 141 AD. AR Denarius (3.57 gm). Draped bust / Venus standing holding apple and shield. RIC.366. Near Mint. $325
344.     FAUSTINA SENIOR, wife of Antoninus Pius, d. 141 AD. AR Denarius (3.39 gm). Draped bust / Ceres standing holding torch. RSC.166. RIC.382a. Near Mint. $325
345.     FAUSTINA SENIOR, d. 140 AD. Wife of Antoninus Pius. As (10.60 gm). Draped bust / Aeternitas seated on globe, holding sceptre. RIC.1159. VF, brown patina. $135
346.     MARCUS AURELIUS, 161-180 AD. AR Denarius (3.27 gm) as Caesar, 145-7. Bare head / Honos standing holding branch and cornucopia. RIC.429a. aXF. $295
347.     MARCUS AURELIUS, 161-180 AD. AR Denarius (3.40 gm), 162-3. Bare head / Providentia standing holding globe. RIC.67. Lightly toned XF. $275
348.     MARCUS AURELIUS, 161-180 AD. Sestertius (25.81 gm). Laureate head / Victory standing with trophy and wreath, Armenian captive at feet. RIC.890(S). aVF, olive brown patina. $295
349.     FAUSTINA JUNIOR, wife of Marcus Aurelius, d. 174 AD. AR Denarius (3.25 gm). Draped bust / Fecunditas standing holding sceptre and child. RIC.677. Near Mint. $295
350.     FAUSTINA JUNIOR, wife of Marcus Aurelius, d. 175 AD. AR Denarius (3.11 gm). Draped bust / Peacock standing. RIC.744. Toned VF, obv struck through foreign object. $175
351.     LUCIUS VERUS, 161-169 AD. AR Denarius (3.41 gm) of 166 AD. Laureate head / Pax standing with branch and cornucopiae. RSC.126. RIC.561. VF+. $295
352.     LUCIUS VERUS, 161-169 AD. Sestertius (23.16 gm), 163-4. Laureate head / Mars advancing with trophy and spear. RIC.1379. aVF, green and brown patina. $325
353.     LUCILLA, wife of Verus, 161-169 AD. AR Denarius (3.40 gm). Draped bust / Vesta standing, holding palladium and sacrificing at altar. RIC.788. VF+ $295
354.     COMMODUS, 180-192 AD. AR Denarius (2.85 gm), 181. Laureate head / Liberalitas standing holding abacus and cornucopiae. RIC.22. Toned VF. $225
355.     COMMODUS, 177-192 AD. AR Denarius (3.28 gm). Laureate head / Hercules standing with club, crowning trophy. RIC.254a(S). Toned VF. Scarce. $225
356.     COMMODUS, 177-192 AD. Sestertius (18.90 gm), 186-7. Laureate head / Pietas standing sacrificing at altar. RIC.494. aVF, smooth dark brown patina. $225
357.     CRISPINA, wife of Commodus, 180-192 AD. AR Denarius (2.53 gm). Draped bust / Venus standing holding apple. RIC.286a(S). VF. Scarce. $275
358.     PERTINAX, Jan-Mar 193 AD. AR Denarius (3.11 gm). Laureate head / Laetitia standing with wreath and sceptre. RIC.4(a)(R2). Toned VF. Rare. $1,650
359.     DIDIUS JULIANUS, Mar-Jun 193 AD. AR Denarius (3.18 gm). Laureate head / Concordia standing holding two standards. RIC.1. Toned VF+. $3,250
360.     PESCENNIUS NIGER, 193-4 AD. AR Denarius (2.68 gm), Antioch. Laureate head / Victory standing holding wreath and palm, foot on globe. RIC.86v. Toned VF, $1,395
361.     CLODIUS ALBINUS, 193-197 AD. AR Denarius (3.03 gm). Bare head / Aesclepius standing with caduceus. RIC.2(R). Toned XF Rare. $495
362.     SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS, 193-211 AD. AR Denarius (2.45 gm). Laureate head / The Dea Caelestis riding lion leaping over spring. RIC.266. aXF. Scarce. $225
363.     SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS, 193-211 AD. AR Denarius (3.14 gm). Laureate head / Genius sacrificing over altar. RIC.43. Toned aXF. $150
364.     JULIA DOMNA, wife of Sept. Severus, d. 217 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.96 gm). Draped bust on crescent / Venus seated, holding sceptre. RIC.388a(S). XF. Scarce. $395
365.     JULIA DOMNA, wife of Sept. Severus, d. 217 AD. AR Denarius (3.56 gm). Draped bust / Ceres seated holding grain-ears and sceptre. RSC.14. Toned Near Mint. $225
366.     JULIA DOMNA, wife of Severus, died 217 AD. AR Denarius (3.27 gm). Draped bust / Fortuna standing holding cornucopia and rudder. RIC.552. Toned XF. $175
367.     CARACALLA, 198-217 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.90 gm), 216. Radiate draped cuirassed bust / Jupiter standing holding thunderbolt and sceptre. RIC.275e. Toned XF. $375
368.     CARACALLA, 198-217 AD. AR Antoninianus (5.02 gm), 217. Radiate draped bust / Sol standing holding whip. RIC.293d(S). Near Mint. Scarce $225
369.     CARACALLA, 198-217 AD. AR Denarius (3.75 gm). Laureate head / Serapis standing holding sceptre. RIC.193. aXF. $150
370.     PLAUTILLA, wife of Caracalla, died 212 AD. AR Denarius (3.32 gm). Draped bust / Concordia standing, holding patera and sceptre. RIC.359. Toned aXF. Scarce. $295
371.     GETA, 209-212 AD. AR Denarius (3.50 gm) as Caesar, 200-2. Draped and cuirassed boys bust / Geta standing holding branch and spear (actually sceptre). RIC.15b. Mint. Scarce. $325
372.     MACRINUS, 217-218 AD. AR Denarius (2.83 gm). Laureate cuirassed bust / Felicitas holding long caduceus and cornucopiae. RSC.15a. aXF. Scarce. $450
373.     DIADUMENIAN, 218 AD. AR Denarius (3.15 gm) as Caesar. Draped bust / Prince standing with three standards. RIC.102. Toned VF+. Scarce. $795
374.     ELAGABALUS, 218-222 AD. AR Antoninianus (5.36 gm), Rome. Radiate draped bust / Salus standing feeding serpent. RIC.138. Toned Near Mint. $325
375.     ELAGABALUS, 218-222 AD. AR Denarius (2.64 gm) of 219. Laureate draped bust / Liberalitas standing holding abacus and cornucopia. RIC.100. XF $225
376.     JULIA PAULA, first wife of Elagabalus, 219 AD. AR Denarius (2.69 gm). Draped bust / Concordia seated holding patera, star at left. RIC.211(S). Near Mint. $650
377.     JULIA SOAEMIAS, mother of Elagabalus, d. 222 AD. AR Denarius (2.96 gm). Draped bust / Venus seated holding apple and sceptre, child in front. RIC.243. Toned Near Mint, $395
378.     JULIA MAESA, grandmother of Elagabalus, d. 223 AD. AR Denarius (3.09 gm). Draped bust / Pietas standing sacrificing at altar. RIC.263. Toned Near Mint $295
379.     SEVERUS ALEXANDER, 222-235 AD. AR Denarius (3.31 gm). Laureate head / Victory standing holding palm and shield which is uspported by a captive at foot.. RIC.216. Mint. $295
380.     SEVERUS ALEXANDER. 222-235 AD. AR Denarius (2.94 gm). Laureate draped and cuirassed bust / Spes walking holding flower. RIC.254. Near Mint. $225
381.     SEVERUS ALEXANDER, 222-235 AD. Sestertius (22.68 gm), 222-31. Laureate draped bust / Roma seated holding Victory and sceptre. RIC.602. VF, brown patina. $225
382.     ORBIANA, wife of Severus Alexander, 222-235 AD. AR Denarius (2.20 gm). Draped bust / Concordia seated holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC.319(S). Toned XF, minor porosity, $450
383.     JULIA MAMAEA, mother of Severus Alexander, 222-235 AD. AR Denarius (3.50 gm). Diademed bust / Felicitas standing with caduceus. RSC.17. RIC.335. Toned XF. $225
384.     MAXIMINUS I THRAX, 235-238 AD. AR Denarius (4.06 gm). Laureate draped bust / Emperor standing holding two standards. RSC.3. Near Mint. $295
385.     MAXIMINUS I THRAX, 235-238 AD. AR Denarius (2.93 gm). Laureate draped bust / Victory standing holding wreath and sceptre, captive at feet. RIC.23. Near Mint. $295
386.     PAULINA, wife of Maximinus, 235-238 AD. AR Denarius (2.52 gm), posthumous commemorative. Veiled bust / Paulina riding peacock. RIC.2(R2). Toned VF+. Rare. $1,450
387.     BALBINUS, 238 AD. AR Denarius (2.88 gm). Laureate draped bust / Victory standing holding wreath and palm. RSC.27. RIC.8. Toned VF. $695
388.     PUPIENUS, 238 AD. AR Denarius (3.01 gm). Laureate draped bust / Concordia seated with patera and cornucopiae. RIC.1(S). Toned Near Mint. Scarce. ex. CNG.54.1748. $1,750
389.     GORDIAN III, 238-244 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.25 gm), Mar.-May 240. Radiate draped bust / Concordia seated holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC.52(S). RSC.53. Lightly toned XF. $165
390.     GORDIAN III, 238-244 AD. AR Denarius (3.06 gm), 241. Laureate draped bust / Securitas seated holding sceptre. RIC.130(R). Near Mint. Rare $250
391.     GORDIAN III, 238-244 AD. Sestertius (16.81 gm), 240-1. Laureate bust / Jupiter standing with sceptre and thunderbolt. RIC.298(a). VF+, dark brown patina. $295
392.     PHILIP I, 244-249 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.49 gm), 244-7. Radiate draped bust / Emperor on horseback. RIC.26b. Near Mint. $225
393.     PHILIP I the ARAB, 244-249 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.68 gm). Radiate draped bust / Felicitas standing holding long caduceus and cornucopiae. RIC.31. Near Mint. $225
394.     PHILIP I, 244-249 AD. Sestertius (14.38 gm), 248. Laureate draped bust / Wolf suckling twins. RIC.159(S). VF, green patina. Scarce. 1000th anniversary of Rome $395
395.     PHILIP II, 244-249 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.01 gm), Caesar, 244-247 AD. Radiate and draped bust / Philip standing holding orb and spear. RSC.48. RIC.218d. Near Mint $250
396.     PHILIP II, 247-249 AD. Sestertius (16.55 gm). Bare bust right / Philip standing. RIC.256a. VF. Scarce. $350
397.     TRAJAN DECIUS, 249-251 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.00 gm). Radiate draped bust / Decius on horseback, holding sceptre. RIC.11b. Near Mint. $225
398.     HERENNIA ETRUSCILLA, wife of Decius, 249-251 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.08 gm). Diademed bust on crescent / Pudicitias standing lifting veil, holding sceptre. RIC.58b. Near Mint. $275
399.     HERENNIA ETRUSCILLA, wife of Decius, 249-251 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.12 gm). Diademed bust on crescent / Pudicitias seated lifting veil, holding sceptre. RIC.59b. aXF $195
400.     HOSTILIAN, 251 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.36 gm) of Rome as Caesar, 251. Radiate draped bust / Hostilian holding standard and spear. RIC.181d (S). aXF, worn rev die. Scarce. $495
401.     AEMILIAN, 253 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.03 gm). Radiate draped bust / Diana standing holdig arrow and bow. RIC.2b(R). Toned aXF. $695
402.     VALERIAN I, 253-260 AD. Billon Antoninianus (4.02 gm) of Antioch. Radiate draped bust / Turreted Orient presenting wreath to Valerian holding sceptre. RIC.287. RSC.189. $195
403.     MARINIANA, wife of Valerian, d. 253 AD. AR Antoninianus (2.87 gm). Veiled bust on crescent / Empress riding peacock. RIC.6(R). Toned VF, usual weak spots. Rare. $395
404.     GALLIENUS, 254-268 AD. Billon Legionary Antoninianus (2.13 gm), Mediolanum, 254-60. Radiate draped bust / Bull standing, LEG X GEM. RIC.357. Toned VF/XF, weak obv. Rare. $250
405.     POSTUMUS, 259-268 AD. Billon Antoninianus (3.94 gm), Lugdunum. Radiate draped bust / Mars standing holding spear and shield. RIC.93. Toned Near Mint. $195
406.     POSTUMUS, 259-268 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.37 gm), Lugdunum. Radiate draped bust / The Rhine reclining on urn, hand on boat. RIC.87. VF, very worn rev die. Rare. $175
407.     POSTUMUS, 259-268 AD. Sestertius (19.91 gm) of Lugdunum. Radiate bust / Victory advancing, treading on captive; blundered legend. RIC.269v. VF, uneven strike, $350
408.     MACRIANUS , 260-261 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.01 gm) of Antioch. Radiate cuirassed bust / Apollo standing holding laurel branch and lyre. RSC.2a. RIC.6(R2). Toned XF. Rare. $595
409.     VICTORINUS, 268-270 AD. Antoninianus (3.43 gm) of Colonia. Radiate draped bust / Sol advancing with whip. RIC.114. Near Mint, dark brown patina $145
410.     CLAUDIUS II, GOTHICUS, 268-270 AD. AR Antoninianus (2.89 gm) of Rome. Radiate cuirassed bust / Genius of the Army standing with patera and cornucopia. RIC.48. aXF, $115
411.     AURELIAN, 270-275 AD. Silvered ƠAntoninianus (3.32 gm) of Serdica. Radiate cuirassed bust / Emperor standing, receiving wreath from female figure. RIC.290. Toned Near Mint. $225
412.     TACITUS, 275-276 AD. Antoninianus (4.72 gm), Gaul. Radiate cuirassed bust / Pax standing holding branch and sceptre. RIC.41v. Near Mint, dark brown patina, $195
413.     FLORIAN, 276 AD. Antoninianus (3.35 gm) of Ticinum. Radiate cuirassed bust / Providentia standing holding globe and sceptre. RIC.82. aXF, green black patina, $250
414.     PROBUS, 276-282 AD. Silvered Antoninianus (4.92 gm) of Siscia. Radiate cuirassed bust / Pax standing holding branch and sceptre. RIC.706. Toned Near Mint. $135
415.     CARUS, 282-283 AD. Silvered Antoninianus (4.07 gm) of Lugdunum. Radiate and cuirassed bust / Pax standing with palm-branch and sceptre. RIC.10. Toned Near Mint. $325
416.     NUMERIAN, 282-284 AD. Commemorative Antoninianus (4.13 gm) of Rome. Radiate head, DIVO NUMERIANO / Eagle standing with wings spread. RIC.424. XF, brown patina. Rare. $325
417.     CARINUS, 283-285 AD. Silvered Antoninianus (4.44 gm) of Lugdunum. Radiate cuirassed bust / Victory advancing with wreath and palm. RIC.220. XF. $195
418.     DIOCLETIAN, 285-305 AD. Silvered Follis (10.04 gm) of Lugdunum, 303-5. Laureate cuirassed bust / Genius standing holding patera and cornucopiae, sacrificing at altar. $225
419.     MAXIMIANUS Herculius, 286-305 AD. Silvered Follis (8.89 gm) of Cyzicus. Laureate head / Genius standing holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC.10b. Near Mint, full silvering. $225
420.     MAXIMIANUS Herculius, 285-305 AD. Silvered Antoninianus (4.15 gm) of Kyzikos, 285-95. Radiate draped bust / Emperor receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter. RIC.607. $195
421.     CARAUSIUS, 287-293 AD. Antoninianus (3.77 gm) of uncertain mint. Radiate cuirassed bust / Pax standing holding branch and sceptre. RIC.487(S). aXF, brown black patina, $295
422.     CONSTANTIUS I, 305-306 AD. Silvered Follis (9.32 gm) of Kyzikos as Caesar 295-6. Laureate head right / Genius standing with patera and cornucopiae. RIC.9a(S). Toned Near Mint. $225
423.     GALERIUS, 305-311 AD. AR Argenteus (3.00 gm), as Caesar, Rome 295-297 AD. Laureate head / The Tetrarchs sacrificing in front of camp gate and walls. RIC.42b(S). RSC.219b. $795
424.     GALERIUS, 305-311 AD. Silvered Follis (9.98 gm) as Augustus of Serdica. Laureate head / Genius standing holding patera and cornucopia. RIC.12b. XF+. $175
425.     MAXIMINUS DAZA, 310-313 AD. Follis (5.30 gm) of Antioch, 311-3. Laureate head / Genius standing with Victory and cornucopia. RIC.162b. Near Mint, dark brown patina. $195
426.     MAXENTIUS, 306-312 AD. Silvered Follis (7.28 gm) of Rome, 310-1. Laureate head / Roma enthroned in hexastyle temple, holding globe and sceptre. RIC.258. XF, brown patina, $175
427.     LICINIUS I, 317-324 AD. Follis (4.20 gm) of Heraclea. Laureate head / Jupiter standing with Victory and sceptre, eagle at his feet. RIC.73. Near Mint, dark brown patina, $145
428.     LICINIUS I, 308-324 AD. Silvered Follis (3.99 gm), Kyzikos 317-320 AD. Laureate robed bust with mappa, globe and sceptre / Jupiter standing with Victory and sceptre. $95
429.     CONSTANTINE I, 307-337 AD. Large Module Follis (3.09 gm) of Thessaloniki 312-3. Laureate head / Jupiter standing holding Victory and sceptre. RIC.61b. aXF, black patina. $150
430.     CONSTANTINE I, the Great, 307-337 AD. Follis (4.03 gm) of Rome, 312-3. Laureate cuirassed bust / Sol standing holding globe. RIC.332. Near Mint, dark brown patina. $150
431.     CONSTANTINE I the GREAT, 307-337 AD. Silvered Follis (3.05 gm) of Thessaloniki. Laureate head / Camp-gate. RIC.153. Toned Near Mint. $125
432.     CONSTANTINE I the GREAT, 307-337 AD. Silvered Follis (3.07 gm) of Heraklea. Laureate head / Votive inscription in wreath. RIC.60. Near Mint. $95
433.     URBS ROMA, 326-340 AD. 3 (2.50 gm) of Thessaloniki. Helmeted bust of Roma / Wolf suckling twins. RIC.187. XF, brown black patina. $115
434.     Pop Romanus. 4 (0.73 gm) of Constantinople 330 AD. Bust of the Roman People left / Star within wreath. RIC.22. VF+, green patina, reverse struck over brockage. $125
435.     HELENA, mother of Constantine, d. 328 AD. Follis (2.79 gm) of Siscia 324-5. Draped bust / Securitas standing holding branch. RIC.187(R5). XF, porous dark brown patina. $175
436.     CRISPUS, Caesar, 316-326 AD. Follis (3.14 gm) of London, 317. Laureate cuirassed bust / Sol standing with globe. RIC.115(r2). XF+, brown patina, spots of porosity. Rare. $150
437.     CONSTANTINE II, 337-340 AD. Follis (3.02 gm) of London, as Caesar, 323-4. Laureate draped and cuirassed bust holding Victory on globe / Globe on altar. RIC.288(R2). $250
438.     CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 AD. AR Large Module Siliqua (2.54 gm), Sirmium, 355-61. Diademed draped bust / Votive inscription in wreath. RIC.66. Near Mint. $595
439.     CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 AD. Centenionalis (5.82 gm) of Kyzikos. Diademed draped bust / Soldier spearing fallen horseman. RIC.96. Near Mint, dark brown patina. $150
440.     CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 AD. Follis (1.73 gm) of Siscia. Laureate cuirassed bust / Two soldiers standing with Christogram standard. RIC.101. XF, dark green patina. $125
441.     CONSTANS, 337-350 AD. Follis (2.02) of Trier, 347-8. Diademed bust / Two Victories confronted. RIC.196. Near Mint, brown patina. $150
442.     HANNIBALLIANUS, Rex, 335-337 AD. 4 (1.23 gm) of Constantinople. Cuirassed bust / Euphrates reclining on urn, holding sceptre, reed behind. RIC.147(R2). VF+, $595
443.     CONSTANTIUS GALLUS, Caesar, 351-354 AD. 3 (2.42 gm) of Heraclea. Draped and cuirassed bust / Soldier spearing fallen horseman. RIC.91 VF+, green patina. $150
444.     MAGNENTIUS, 350-353 AD. Centenionalis (5.34 gm) of Lugdunum. Draped bust / Two Victories holding wreath containing votive inscription. RIC.133. aXF, brown patina. $250
445.     DECENTIUS, Caesar, 350-353 AD. Centenionalis (4.89 gm), Arles. Draped bust / Two Victories holding wreath containing votive inscription. RIC.182(R2). XF, brown patina. $250
446.     JULIAN II the APOSTATE, 361-363 AD. 1 (8.76 gm) of Nikomedia. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust / Bull with two stars above. RIC.121(S). aXF, dark green patina, $350
447.     JULIAN II the APOSTATE, 360-363 AD. Follis (2.85 gm) of Sirmium. Helmeted bust with spear and shield / Wreath with votive inscription. RIC.108. aXF, dark brown patina. $150
448.     JOVIAN, 363-364 AD. Follis (3.22 gm) of Siscia. Diademed and draped bust / Votive inscription in wreath. RIC.423. VF+, green black patina. Scarce. $175
449.     VALENTINIAN I, 364-375 AD. Gold Solidus (4.24 gm) of Antioch. Diademed draped and cuirassed bust / Emperor standing holding labarum & Victory. RIC.2b. aVF. Scarce. $675
450.     VALENTINIAN I, 364-375 AD. AR Siliqua (1.81 gm) of Trier. Diademed draped bust / Roma seated, holding inverted spear and Victory on globe. RIC.27d. Toned VF. $225
451.     VALENS, 364-378 AD. AR Siliqua (1.72 gm) of Antioch 367-75. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust / Votive inscription in wreath. RIC.34(d)4(S). Toned VF+, ragged edge. $225
452.     GRATIAN, 367-383 AD. 2 (5.96 gm) of Siscia. Diademed draped bust / Emperor raising kneeling figure. RIC.26a7. XF, green black patina, some smoothing. $195
453.     VALENTINIAN II, 375-392 AD. 2 (4.59 gm) of Antioch 378-83 AD. Helmeted bust with spear / Emperor standing in galley steered by Victory. RIC.40b. VF+, green black patina. $150
454.     THEODOSIUS I, 379-395 AD. 2 (4.27 gm) of Siscia, 379-83. Diademed draped bust / Emperor standing, holding Victory, raising kneeling turreted woman. RIC.26c5. aXF, $150
455.     ARCADIUS, 383-408 AD. 2 (3.72 gm) of Nikomedia. Diademed bust holding a spear, the hand of God delivering his diadem from Heaven / Emperor and captive. Grierson and Mays.13 $125
456.     THEODOSIUS II, 408-450 AD. Gold Solidus (4.33 gm) of Constantinople 420-422 AD. Helmeted 3/4 facing bust / Victory standing holding cross. RIC.219(S). Depeyrot.74/2. aXF. $1,200
457.     VALENTINIAN III, 425-455 AD. Gold Solidus (4.27 gm) of Ravenna. Diademed bust right / Emperor standing with foot on head of serpent. RIC.2010. VF. Scarce. $1,250
458.     LEO I, 457-473 AD. Gold Tremissis (1.53 gm) of Constantinople. Diademed bust right / Victory holding wreath and orb. RIC.611(S). VF+ $495
459.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Anastasios I, 491-518 AD. Gold Solidus (4.50 gm) of Constantinople. Helmeted bust facing with spear / Victory standing with long cross. S.5. Near Mint, $595
460.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Anastasios I, 491-518 AD. Follis (17.18 gm) of Constantinople. Diademed bust right / Large M. S.19. aXF, brown black patina. $250
461.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justin I, 518-527 AD. Follis (17.16 gm) of Constantinople. Diademed draped bust / Large M, between two crosses. S.64. VF+, green patina, flat spot. $150
462.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justinian I, 527-565 AD. Gold Tremissis (1.45 gm) of Constantinople. Diademed bust right / Victory standing. S.145. VF+, graffiti. $325
463.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justinian I, 527-565 AD. Follis (20.35 gm) of Constantinople, year 16. Helmeted bust facing / Large M. S.163. VF+, dark green patina. $275
464.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justinian I, 527-565 AD. Half Follis (9.23 gm) of Antioch, yr. 30. Facing bust / Large K. S.230. VF, black patina, smoothing. $150
465.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justiinian I, 527-565 AD. Half Follis (5.56 gm) of Thessaloniki, year 37. Helmeted and cuirassed bust of Justinian facing / Large K. S.174. Uneven VF, $125
466.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justin II, 565-578 AD. Follis (16.14 gm) of Constantinople, yr. 6. Justin and Sophia enthroned / Large M. S.360. VF, brown black patina. $175
467.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Tiberius II Constantine, 578-582 AD. Half Follis (5.74 gm) of Constantinople. Armoured bust / Large XX. S.434. VF, brown patina. $135
468.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD. Gold Tremissis (1.45 gm) of ROME. Diademed bust / Victory advancing with wreath and orb. S.586b. VF+, possibly ex. mount. $695
469.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Maurice Tiberius, 582-602 AD. Follis (10.81 gm) of Constantinople, year 8. Crowned bust / Large M. S.494. VF+, brown patina, flan clip. $150
470.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Phocas, 602-610 AD. 12 Nummi (3.45 gm) of Alexandria. Diademed draped bust / I+B. S.679. VF, brown patina. $125
471.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Heraklios, 610-641 AD. Gold Solidus (4.42 gm) of Constantinople. Indiction 12 (638/8), off theta. Heraclius, Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas standing, $550
472.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Heraklios, 610-641 AD. AR Hexagram (6.76 gm) of Constantinople. Emperor & son enthroned / Cross potent on globe on steps, K in field S.798. Toned VF+. $475
473.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Heraklios, 610-641 AD. Dekanummia (2.15 gm) of Catania, yr. 9. Crowned bust facing / Large I. S.885. aVF, dark green patina. $85
474.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constans II, 641-668 AD. Gold Solidus (4.43 gm) of Constantinople. Crowned bust facing / Cross on steps. S.953. XF. $550
475.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constans II, 641-668 AD. Follis (5.07 gm) of Syracuse. Crowned bust facing / Large m over SCL. S.1103. VF, green black patina, typical weak spots. $110
476.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constantine IV, 668-685 AD. Gold Semissis (2.11 gm) of Constantinople. Diademed draped bust / Cross on globe. S.1161. VF, weak spots. $325
477.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constantine IV, 668-685 AD. Follis of Syracuse. Emperor standing / Large M between Heraclius and Tiberius standing. S.1209. VF+, plive green patina. $325
478.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Leontios, 695-698 AD. Half Follis (3.81 gm) of Constantinople. Crowned bust facing / Large K. S.1335. VF. Rare. $450
479.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Anastasios II, 713-715 AD. Follis (2.60 gm) of Ravenna. Crowned bust facing / Large M, ANNO, RAV in exerge. S.1486. Crude VF, regged reused flan. $595
480.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Leo III, 717-720 AD. Follis (2.44 gm) of Syracuse. Leo standing holding cross / Constantine standing holding cross. S.1531v. VF, green patina. $225
481.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constantine V, 741-775 AD. Follis (1.90 gm) of Syracuse. Emperor and Leo IV standing / Leo III standing. S.1569. aXF, olive brown patina. $175
482.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constantine V, 741-775 AD. Follis (1.76 gm) of Syracuse. Emperor and Leo IV standing / Leo III standing. S.1569. VF, dark brown patina, double-struck $95
483.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Basil I the Macedonian, 867-886 AD. 16 (2.59 gm) of Cherson. Large B on exerge line / Cross on steps. S.1719. VF, olive green patina. $150
484.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Basil I, 868-879 AD. Follis (5.08 gm) of a provincial mint. Facing crowned busts of Basil and Constantine / Legend. S.1721. VF, black patina. $175
485.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Leo VI, 886-912 AD. Follis (6.95 gm) of Constantinople. Crowned facing bust / Legend. S.1729. aVF, earthy dark green patina. $75
486.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constantine VII Porphyrogenitos, 913-959 AD. Follis (7.36 gm) of Constantinople. Facing bust with orb / Legend. S.1761. aVF, brown patina. $125
487.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Romanos I, 920-944 AD. Follis (3.85 gm) of Constantinople. Crowned bust facing with labarum and orb / Legend. S.1760. aVF, earthy green brown patina. $75
488.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constantine VII and Romanus II, 945-959 AD. Gold Solidus (4.26 gm) of Constantinople. Bust of Christ with Gospels / Emperors holding cross. S.1751. VF $750
489.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. John I, 969-976 AD. AR Miliaresion (2.24 gm) of Constantinople. Facing bust of emperor within medallion on cross / Legend. S.1792. Toned VF. $350
490.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Romanos III, 1028-1034 AD. Anonymous Follis (10.90 gm) of Constantinople. Facing bust of Christ / Legend. S.1823. Uneven VF+, brown patina. $125
491.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Constantine X, 1059-1067 AD. Follis (8.50 gm) of Constantinople. Bust of Christ facing / Crowned facing bust of Emperor. S.1854. VF. $150
492.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Romanos IV Diogenes, 1068-1071 AD. Follis (9.72 gm) of Constantinople. Facing bust of Christ / Cross. S.1866. VF+, green patina, double struck. $175
493.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Michael VII, 1071-1078 AD. Electrum Histamenon Nomisma (4.38 gm) of Constantinople. Bust of Christ facing / Bust of emperor facing. S.1868. VF+, $450
494.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Michael VII Dukas, 1071-1078 AD. AR Miliaresion (1.68 gm) of Constantinople. Busts of Michael and Maria with cross between / Inscription. S.1874. Toned $350
495.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Manuel I, 1143-1180 AD. Billon Aspron Trachy (3.04 gm) of Constantinople. The Virgin Mary enthroned / Manuel standing. S.1964. VF+. Scarce. $250
496.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Latin Emperors, 1204-1261 AD. Small Module Trachy (0.71 gm) of Thessalonika. The Virgin enthroned holding Christ, facing / Emperor enthroned with sceptre, $95
497.     BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Andronicus II and Michael IX, 1295-1320 AD. AR Basilikon (2.14 gm). Christ enthroned / Two emperors standing. S.2402. Toned VF, copies the grosso of Venice $275
498.     TREBIZOND EMPIRE. Alexios II, 1297-1330 AD. AR Asper (2.42 gm). St. Eugenios on horseback / Alexios on horseback. S.2619. Toned VF, weak spots. $245
499.     TREBIZOND. Basil, 1332-1340 AD. AR Asper (1.77 gm). St. Eugenios on horseback / Basil on horseback. S.2622. Toned VF+, usual weak areas. $250
500.     ENGLAND Early Anglo-Saxon, 680-710 AD. [Kent: Wihtred, 690-700 AD?] AR Primary Sceat (1.19 gm). Series C1. Crowned bust with PA in runes before / Standard of TOTII. $350
501.     ENGLAND, Northumbria. Eanred, 810-841 AD. Base AR Styca (1.05 gm), ... ETVD M (blundered EADVINI?). Cross / Cross. S.862. Toned VF+, brown patina. $225
502.     ENGLAND, Vikings of East Anglia. St. Edmund memorial coinage, 815-910 AD. AR Penny (1.31 gm), AOLBRAN. Large A / Cross. N.483. S.960. Toned aXF $950
503.     ENGLAND. Cnut, 1016-1035 AD. AR Short Cross Penny of York (1.07 gm) CRVCAN ON EOFER. Diademed bust with sceptre / Voided short cross. S.1159. Toned VF+ $395
504.     ENGLAND. Edward the Confessor, 1042-1066 AD. AR Penny (1.47 gm) of York, SCULA ON EOFER. Helmeted draped bust / Short cross with pyramids and annulet in angles. N.831. $650
505.     ENGLAND. Henry II, 1154-1189 AD. AR Penny (1.35 gm), cl.1c, of Winchester, ADAM. Crowned bust facing with sceptre / Short voided cross with crosslets. S.1345. Toned aVF. $295
506.     ENGLAND. Richard I Lionheart, 1189-1199 AD. AR Penny (0.93 gm), cl.4a, of London, WILLELM. Crowned bust facing with sceptre / Short voided cross with crosslets. S.1348A. $325
507.     ENGLAND. John Lackland, 1199-1216 AD. AR Penny (1.51 gm) of London, WALTER, cl. 6a1. Crowned bust facing / Short cross with crosslets. S.1353. Toned VF. $350
508.     ENGLAND. Henry III, 1216-1272 AD. AR Penny (1.51 gm), cl. 5c, Bury St Edmunds, RANDULF. Crowned head facing with sceptre / Long cross with three pellets in each angle. $225
509.     ENGLAND. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. AR Long Cross Penny (1.50 gm) of Bury St. Edmunds, ION. In the name of henricvs. Crude crown head with sceptre / Voided long cross. S.1377. $325
510.     ENGLAND. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. AR Penny (1.46 gm) of London. Class 4a. Crowned bust facing / Long cross with three pellets in each angle. S.1393. Toned VF. $125
511.     ENGLAND. Edward II, 1307-1327 AD. AR Penny (1.36 gm) of London, class 11a. Crowned bust facing / Long cross with three pellets in each angle. S.1455. Toned VF. $150
512.     ENGLAND. Edward III, 1327-1377 AD. AR Groat (4.09 gm) of London, Pre-Treaty coinage, cl. E. Crowned bust facing in tressure / Long cross with three pellets in each angle. $425
513.     ENGLAND. Richard II, 1377-1399 AD. AR Halfpenny (0.59 gm) of London. Crowned bust facing / Long cross with three pellets in each angle. S.1699. Toned VF. $350
514.     ENGLAND. Henry V, 1413-1422 AD. AR Groat (3.85 gm), class C, London. Crowned bust facing in tressure, mullet on right breast / Long cross with three pellets in each angle. $650
515.     ENGLAND. Henry VI, 1422-1461 AD. AR Groat (3.65 gm), Annulet issue, Calais. i. m. pierced cross. Crowned bust facing in tressure / Long cross with three pellets in each $350
516.     ENGLAND. Edward IV, first reign, 1461-1470 AD. AR Groat (2.72 gm) of London, i. m. Crown. Crowned bust facing in tressure / Long cross with three pellets in each angle. $395
517.     ENGLAND. Henry VII, 1485-1509 AD. AR Groat (3.12 gm), cl. IIIC of London, i. m. Pansy, 1495-8. Crowned bust facing in tressure / Long cross with three pellets in each angle. $325
518.     ENGLAND. Henry VIII, 1509-1547 AD. Gold Angel (4.38 gm), 1st coinage, i. m. Crowned Portcullis. St. Michael standing in armour spearing dragon / Ship bearing shield of arms $2,500
519.     ENGLAND. Henry VIII, 1509-1547 AD. AR Groat (2.60 gm), Second coinage, i. m. sunburst. Crowned bust in profile / Shield of arms on long cross. S.2337E. Toned VF, edge split $495
520.     ENGLAND. Henry VIII Tudor, 1509-1547 AD. AR Halfgroat (1.26 gm), York, Abp. Lee, second coinage, i. m. Key. Crowned draped bust / Shield of arms on long cross. S.2348. $495
521.     ENGLAND. Edward VI, 1547-1553 AD. AR Shilling (5.99 gm) of London. Crowned draped bust facing / Shield of arms on long cross. S.2482. Toned VF (old scr on rev). $695
522.     ENGLAND8 Philip & Mary, 1554- 1554 AD. AR Groat (1.64gm) of London. Crowned bust left / Shield. S.2492. Toned aVF. $450
523.     ENGLAND. Elizabeth I , 1558-1603 AD. AR Shilling (5.85 gm), second issue, mm. martlet (1560-61) Crowned draped bust / Shield of arms on long cross. S.2555. Toned Fine+ $295
524.     ENGLAND. Elizabeth I, 1558-1603 AD. AR Milled Sixpence (3.10 gm), 1562, mm. Star. Crowned draped bust / Shield of arms on long cross. S.2595. Toned VF. $450
525.     ENGLAND. James I, 1603-1625 AD. AR Halfgroat (0.88 gm), 3rd coinage, i. m. Trefoil. Crowned rose / Crowned thistle. S.2671. Toned VF $125
526.     ENGLAND. Charles I, 1625-1649 AD. AR Shilling (5.07gm). Crowned bust of king left / Arms. S.2799. Toned aVF. $225
527.     SCOTLAND. James IV 1488-1513 AD. Billon Plack (4d) (1.88 gm). Arms in tressure / Cross. with crowns in angles. Roman lettering. S.5351. Toned aVF. Rare. $175
528.     SCOTLAND. James V, 1513-1542 AD. Billon Bawbee (1.98 gm) of Edinburgh. Crowned thistle / Crown on saltire. S.5384. Toned aVF. $250
529.     IRELAND. Edward I, 1272-1307 AD. AR Penny (1.09 gm) of Waterford, cl. 1b. Crowned facing bust within triangle / Long Cross. S.6254. Toned aVF.. $225
530.     IRELAND. James I, 1603-1626 AD. AR Shilling (4.03 gm). Crowned bust / Crowned harp. S.6515. Toned aVF. $350
531.     ANGLO-GALLIC, Aquitaine. Henry IV-VI, 1399-1453 AD. AR Hardi (1.08 gm). Half length crowned figure standing holding sword / Long cross with leopards and lis. Elias.233a. $175
532.     ANGLO-GALLIC. Henry VI, 1422-1461 AD. Gold Salut (3.21 gm) of Paris. The Annunciation over two shields of arms / Cross with lis and leopard in tressure. D.443a. VF+. $2,750
533.     ANGLO-GALLIC. Henry VI, 1422-1461. (Titular King of France 1422-1453) AR Grand Blanc (2.62 gm) of Le Mans. Shields of France and England / Latin cross between lis and leopard. $250
534.     FRANCE, Carolingians. Charles the Bald, 840-877 AD. AR Denier (1.36 gm) of Le Mans. KAROLVS monogram / Cross. BMC.135. Toned VF. $250
535.     FRANCE. Saint Louis IX, 1226-1270 AD. AR Gros Tournois (4.13 gm). Cross / Chtel tournois. DuP.190D. Toned VF. $425
536.     FRANCE. Philippe III, the Bold, 1270-1285 AD. AR Gros Tournois (4.12 gm). Cross / Chtel tournois. DuP.202. Toned VF. Scarce. $395
537.     FRANCE. Philippe IV le Bel, 1285-1314 AD. AR Gros tournois a lO rond (4.10 gm), 1285-90. Cross / Chtel tournois. DuP.213. Toned uneven VF. $250
538.     FRANCE. Philippe VI de Valois, 1328-1350 AD. AR Gros la fleur de lis (2.19 gm), 1341. Cross in concentric legends, lis in one angle / Lis. DuP.263B1. Toned VF. $275
539.     FRANCE, Valois Kings. Jean II le Bon,1350-1364 AD. Gold Mouton (4.52 gm). The Agnus Dei (Lamb of God) with banner / Fleury cross in angled quadrilobe. DuP.291. VF+, $2,350
540.     FRANCE. Charles VI the Mad, 1380-1422 AD. AR Demi-gunar (1.43 gm) of Paris, 2nd emission 1389. Shield of arms / Cross with crown and lis. DuP.378B. Toned VF. Scarce. $295
541.     FRANCE. Franois I, 1515-1547 AD. Gold Ecu dOr (3.36 gm), Lyon. Crowned shield of arms / Cross with lis and Fs. DuP.775. C.1073. VF+. $850
542.     FRANCE. Henri II, 1547-1559 AD. AR AR Douzain aux croissants (2.60 gm) of Angers (F), 1551. Crowned arms / Croix fleurdelis formed of crescents. Sb.4380. Toned $150
543.     FRANCE. Henri III, 1574- 1589 AD. AR Quart dEcu (9.50gm) of Paris, 1589-A. Crowned arms flanked by IIs / Cross. DuP.1133. Toned aVF. $225
544.     FRANCE, Anjou. Fulk IV-V, XI-XII Century AD. AR Denier (0.80 gm). Cross with alpha and omega / FVLCO monogram. R.4114v. Toned aVF. $125
545.     FRANCE, Clermont. XIII Century AD. AR Denier (0.99 gm). Crowned bust of the Virgin facing / Cross wih long crosslets in angles. Rob.4907. PdA.2253. D.830. Toned VF. $150
546.     FRANCE, Melgueil. XII-XIII Century. AR Denier (0.94 gm). Two mitres, bar / Four annulets. B.753. Rob.4336. D.1578. VF+. $100
547.     FRANCE, Normandy. Richard I, 943-996 AD. AR Denier (0.91 gm) of Rouen. Cross with pellets / Stylized Romanesque temple with X and pellets. D.16. LeG.192.. aXF. Ex Fcamp $295
548.     FRANCE, Provence. Robert dAnjou, 1309-1343 AD. AR Carlin (Sol Provencal 1st Type) (2.13 gm). Crown decorated with five crosses / Cross with four lis. Rob.5961. B.833. $250
549.     FRANCE, Souvigny. XI-XIII Century AD. AR Denier (0.95 gm). Facing bust of St. Maiolus holding crosier / Cross. Rob.4916. D.783. Toned VF, shadow of cross. $95
550.     CASTILE and LEON. Alfonso I of Aragon, the Warrior, 1104-1134 AD. AR Dinero (0.69 gm) of Toledo. Head left / Cross with two stars. C&C.987. Toned aVF. $125
551.     SPAIN, Castile Alfonso VIII, 1158-1214 AD. Billon Dinero (0.75 gm) . Crowned bust / Castle. Burgos.140. Toned VF. $150
552.     SPAIN, Castile & Leon. Alfonso X, 1252-1284 AD. Billon Noven (0.84 gm) of Sevilla . Castle / Lion. Cayon.1152. Toned VF $100
553.     SPAIN, Castile and Leon. Sancho IV el Bravo, 1284-1295 AD. Billon Cornado (0.65 gm) of Burgos. Crowned bust / Castle. Cay.1179. Toned aXF. $150
554.     SPAIN, Castile & Leon Alfonso XI, 1312-1350. Billon Cornado (0.64 gm) of Coruna. Crowned bust / Castle. FAB.343.1. Toned XF. $150
555.     SPAIN, Castile. Pedro I el Cruel, 1350-1369 AD. AR Real (3.30 gm) of Sevilla. Crowned P / Arms in quadrilobe. C&C.1278. FAB.380. aXF $450
556.     SPAIN, Castille and Leon. Juan I, 1379-1390 AD. AR Cornado (0.68 gm) of Seville. Crowned bust / Castle. FAB.573. Toned aXF. $150
557.     SPAIN, Castille and Leon. Juan I, 1379-1390 AD. Billon Blanca del Agnus Dei (1.57 gm), Burgos. Crowned Y / Agnus Dei. C&C.1418. Toned VF+. $165
558.     CASTILE. Enrique III el Doliente, 1390-1406 AD. Billon Blanca (1.98 gm) of Burgos. Castle in tressure / Lion rampant in tressure. Burg.546. Toned VF. $125
559.     SPAIN. Ferdinand and Isabella, 1469-1504 AD. AR Real (3.32 gm) of Granada. Crowned shield of arms / Yoke w/ traces & sheaf of arrows. CC&T.263v. (unlisted variety: annulets $225
560.     CATALUA, Condado of Barcelona. Pere I, 1196-1213 AD. AR Diner (0.83 gm) of Barcelona. Long Cross / Short Cross. CiS.144. Crus.300. sl. ragged XF. $195
561.     CATALUA, Condado of Barcelona. Jaime I, 1213-1276 AD. AR Dinero (0.94 gm) of Barcelona. Crowned bust / Long cross. Crus.309. Toned VF. $165
562.     SPAIN, Catalua. La Seu Parish of Vic, XVII Century AD. 19 Brakteat Pellofa of 6 Sou (0.41 gm). Papal tiara above cross keys, 6 A below. Cius.2265.4. XF. Rare. $125
563.     ITALY, Florence. 1325-1400 AD. Bil Picciolo o Denaro (0.62 gm). Lis in circle / Bust of St John to mid chest Bargello.368v. Toned VF, flan crack. $135
564.     ITALY, Genoa. Republic, 1139-1339 AD. AR Denaro (0.82 gm). Genoese gateway / Cross. V.16. B.835. Toned VF $110
565.     ITALY, Milan. Galeazzo and Barnabo Visconti, 1355-1378 AD. AR Pegione (2.64 gm). Imperial eagle above the arms of the Visconti / St. Ambrose seated facing holding whip and $225
566.     ITALY, Milan. Gian Galeazzo Visconti, Duke, 1395-1402. AR Pegione (2.25 gm). Fleury cross in quatrefoil / St. Ambrose seated facing holding whip and crosier. Biaggi.1477. $225
567.     ITALY. Duchy of MILAN. Galeazzo Maria Sforza, 1468-1476. AR Soldino (1.16 gm). Sforza arms / Milanese arms. Bi.1556. N&V.199. Cr.14. Toned aVF $125
568.     ITALIAN STATES. MILAN. Louis XII of France, 1499-1512 AD. AR Grosso da 3 Soldi (1.33 gm). Crowned arms. Biscia to sides / Crown draped with cloth. N&V.234 Cr.10 Toned VF. $250
569.     ITALY, Naples. Charles I of Spain, V of Holy Roman Empire, 1516-1554 AD. AR Carlino (2.81 gm). Crowned bust, A behind / Order of the Golden Fleece, rose below. Toned VF. $300
570.     ITALY, Papal States. Pius IV de Medici, 1559-1565 AD. AR Testone (8.63 gm) of Ancona. Tiara and crossed keys over shield of arms / St. Peter enthroned holding keys. Ber.1072 $495
571.     ITALY, Savoy. Carlo II, 1504-1553 AD. Bil Parpagiola Type I (2.16 gm) Arms, knot above / Cross in quadrilobe. MIR.394b Rare. VF. $325
572.     ITALY, Sicily. Roger II, 1105-1154 AD. Follaro (3.80 gm), 1127-30. Roger standing / Cross with IC-XC-NI-KA. MEC.165. Uneven VF+, brown black patina. Scarce. $150
573.     ITALY, Sicily. Roger II, 1130-1154 AD. Gold Fractional Tari (0.70 gm) of Messina, after 1140 AD. Cross with Greek legend / Arabic legend in circle. Spahr.63. VF $395
574.     ITALY, Sicily. William II, 1166-1189 AD. Trifollaro (10.69 gm). Panther head / Palm tree. Sp.117. MEC.425. aVF, olive green patina. $125
575.     ITALY, Tassarolo. Livia Centurioni, 1658-1667 AD. AR Luigino (2.07 gm), 1666 T. Bust of Anne Marie Louise of Dombes / Crowned arms. Rob.7095. Gamb.139. Toned XF. $125
576.     ITALY, Venice. Ranieri Zeno, 1253-1268 AD. AR Grosso (2.03 gm). Christ enthroned / Doge standing with St. Mark. Paol.19.1. Toned aVF. $125
577.     ITALY, Venice. Lorenzo Tiepolo, 1268-1295 AD. AR Grosso (2.09 gm). Christ enthroned / Doge and St. Mark standing. Paol.20.1. Toned aVF. $135
578.     ITALY, Venice. Francesco Dandulo, 1329-1339 AD. AR Grosso (2.24 gm). Saint Mark and the Doge standing, holding flag / Christ enthroned facing. Paol.27.2. Toned VF. $150
579.     ITALY, Venice. Andrea Contarini, 1368-1382 AD. AR Soldino (0.49 gm). Doge with gonfalon / Lion of St. Mark. Paol.35.4. Toned VF+. $125
580.     ITALY, Venice. Francesco Erizzo, 1631-1646 AD. AR Scudo of 140 Soldi (31.46 gm). Lion of St. Mark / Large ornate cross. Paol.9. Dav.4249. Toned VF+. Scarce and Choice. $595
581.     MALTA. Emanuel Pinto, 1741-1773. AR Taler (30 Tari) (29.05 gm) of 1757. St. John standing holding staff, lamb at feet / Crowned arms. Dav.1602. Toned VF. $450
582.     NETHERLANDS, Deventer. AR Lion Daalder (27.19 gm), 1667 (sitting dog mm). Soldier in armour standing supporting shield of arms / Lion rampant. KM.63.2 Toned VF+. Scarce. $295
583.     FLANDERS. Guy de Dampierre, 1279-1305 AD. AR Esterlin (1.27 gm) of Alost. Double-headed eagle / Long cross. Mayhew.1. Toned VF+. Rare. $295
584.     LOW COUNTRIES. Gelderland. Willem I van Gulik, 1377-1402 AD. Gold Florin (3.44 gm) of Arnbhem. Half-length bust of Duke under gothic dais / two shield of arms. delm.588. $1,500
585.     LOW COUNTRIES, Lige. Rodolpe de Zaeringen, 1167-1191 AD, AR Denier (0.84 gm). Head of Bishop / Lion between towers and over head. Ch.121. Toned VF. Rare. $295
586.     LUXEMBOURG. Elizabeth v. Grlitz, second regency, 1425-1451 AD. AR Demi-Gros (1.11 gm). Crested arms / Long cross with arms at center. Pr.226. W.193. VanG.1567. VF, $250
587.     SWITZERLAND, Lausanne. Guillaume de Monthonay, 1394-1406 AD. AR Denier (0.68 gm). Cross with branch and pellet / Temple. KMZ.1-495. Toned VF+, slightly ragged flan. $125
588.     GERMANY, Brandenburg. Friedrich II, 1440-1470 AD. AR Brakteat (0.29 gm) of Stendal. Arms (Eagle and diamonds impaled) in rayed circle. Saurm.2544. Bahrf.19c. Toned VF+. $125
589.     GERMANY, Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. Rudolf August, 1666-1704 AD. AR 24 Mariengroschen (14.49 gm), 1684 of Zellerfeld. Wild-man pulling branches from tree / Denomination. KM.559 $325
590.     GERMANY, Gttingen. AR Mariengroschen (1.80 gm), 1538. Crowned G / Virgin with Christchild. Schrock.57. Saurm.3919. Toned VF. $250
591.     GERMANY, Hamburg. Before 1379 AD. AR Witten (1.19 gm). Fortified gate-house / Cross. Jesse.303. Saurm.3411. Toned VF. $185
592.     GERMANY, Kln. Pilgrim, abp.,1021-1036 AD under Conrad II. AR Pfennig (1.46 gm). Cross with PI LI GR IM in angles / Temple. Bonh.1549. N.232a. Toned aXF. Rare. $350
593.     GERMANY, Konstanz. XV Century AD. AR Schilling (1.69 gm). Eagle above shield of arms / St. Conrad enthroned. Saur.1615. Nau.18. Toned VF+. $175
594.     GERMANY, Magdeburg. Wichmann von Seeburg, 1152-1192 AD. AR Moritzpfennig Brakteat (0.98 gm). St. Moritz standing with two nimbate crosses under arch with towers. Bonh.645. $595
595.     GERMAN STATES. Nrnberg. Ferdinand II. AR Taler (28.90 gm) of 1623. Double headed eagle/ Three shields of arms. Dav.5636. Kellner.230. Toned aXF. $495
596.     GERMANY, ttingen. Karl Wolfgang, Ludwig XIV, andMartin, 1520-1522 AD. AR Batzen (3.93 gm), 1521. Two shields of arms / St. Sebastian impaled with arrows. Saur.1419. Toned $240
597.     GERMANY, Pommern-Barth. Bogislas XIV, 1620-1637 AD. AR Doppel-Schilling (1.35 gm), 1622. Griffin rampant / DS. Saurm.4922. Toned aVF. $85
598.     GERMANY, Saxony. Frederick III, John, and Albrecht, 1482-1500 AD. AR Half Schwertgroschen (1.62 gm) of Zickau, dated (14)92 Arms of Saxony in trefoil / Arms of Landsberg $250
599.     GERMANY, Saxony. August I, 1553-1586 AD. AR Half Taler (13.75 gm), 1564. Armoured bust with sword / Shield of arms. Mers.676. Toned aVF, scuffed. $125
600.     GERMANY, Saxony. Christian I, Johann Georg and August, 1601-1611 AD. AR Taler (29.20 gm), 1605. Bust of Christian / Busts of Johann Georg and August. Dav.7566. Toned VF+ $450
601.     GERMANY, Silesia-Liegnitz-Brieg. Christian, 1639-1672 AD. AR 3 Kreutzer (1.70 gm), 1670. Armored bust / Eagle. Fr.u.S.1939. Toned VF. $125
602.     GERMANY, Stralsund. Hansatic League, 1403-1406 AD. AR Witten (0.69 gm). Arrow-head in shield / Arrow-head in shield. Saurm.4988. Jesse.443. Toned VF. $175
603.     GERMANY, Teutonic Order. Wynrich v. Kniperode, 1351-1382 AD. AR Schilling (1.51 gm). Shield of arms of Hochmeister / Shield of arms of order. Neu.4. Toned VF. $200
604.     AUSTRIA, Salzberg. Matthias Lang von Wellenburg,1519-1540. AR Batzen (2.92 gm), 1521. Half-length bust of St.Rudbert / Double arms. P.259. Toned VF. $175
605.     AUSTRIA, Tirol. Archduke Leopold, Count of Tyrol 1619-1632 AD. AR Taler (28.35 gm), Hall, 1626. Crowned armoured bust / Crowned arms. Dav.3337. Toned aXF, roller-die wave. $495
606.     BOHEMIA. Wratislaus II, 1061-1092 AD. AR Denar (0.39 gm). Standing Duke with spear / Facing head. Don.355. Uneven aXF. $150
607.     HUNGARY. Bela II, 1131-1141 AD. AR Denar (0.33 gm). Crude head facing / Cross with wedges in circle. H.50. Toned XF. $125
608.     HUNGARY. XII Century AD. AR Denar (0.42 gm). Cross with pellets and crescents in all quadrants / Cross with wedges. H.92. Toned aXF. $100
609.     HUNGARY. Louis I, 1342-1382 AD. AR Denar (0.70 gm). Head of Saracen / Double-barred cross. Husz.547. Toned VF+. $75
610.     HUNGARY. Leopold I the Hogmouth, 1657-1705 AD. AR 15 Kreutzer (5.99 gm), 1693 KB. Laureate armoured bust / The Virgin and Child. Husz.1429. Toned VF, roller-die wave. $150
611.     POLAND. Sigismund III, 1586-1632 AD. AR Trojak (2.34 gm) of Lublin, 1598. Crowned armoured bust / Crowned eagle, Vasa arms, Lithuanian knight and shield with lion rampant. $125
612.     ESTONIA, Dorpat. Johann II Bertkov, 1473-1485 AD. AR Artig (0.35 gm). Arms / Arms of bishopric. Dav.169. Toned uneven VF+. $115
613.     POLAND, Elbing. Sigismund I the Old, 1506-1547 AD. AR Groschen (1.89 gm), 1535. Prussian eagle with sword / Shield of arms. Gum.582. Kopicki.7082. Toned VF+. $175
614.     KURLAND. Gotthard von Kettler, 1562-1587 AD. AR Schilling (0.87 gm), 1576. Shield of arms / Lion rampant. Saurm.5183. Toned VF, weak spot in legend. $145
615.     DENMARK. Christian IV, 1588-1648 AD. 2 Skilling (1.41 gm), 1603. Crowned arms / Legend. Hede.79a. Toned VF. $250
616.     BULGARIA. Ivan Alexander and Mikhail Asen, 1331-1355 AD. AR Grosh (1.50 gm). Christ standing / Ivan and Mikhail standing, each holding cross, banner on staff between. $110
617.     FRANKISH GREECE, Athens. Gui II de la Roche, 1287-1308 AD. AR Denier Tournois (0.87 gm). Cross / Chtel tournois. M.1071. Type.1e. Toned VF. ex. Jacobowitz. $115
618.     EDESSA. Baldwin II, 1108-1118 AD. Unit (6.77 gm). Half length figure holding orb and sword / Legend. Pesant.SNC.May,1988,no.2 (this coin) Crude aVF, porosity. Very Rare $550
619.     ANTIOCH. Tancred, 1101-1103, 1104-1112 AD. Follis (2.81 gm). Facing bust of St. Peter holding cross / Four-line inscription. MPS.3a. aVF, dark brown patina. $240
620.     ANTIOCH. Bohemund III, 1163-1201 AD. AR Denier (0.94 gm), class B. Bust wearing chain-mail and helmet ornamented with cross, star and crescent in field / Cross with one $175
621.     TRIPOLI. Bohemund VI, 1251-1275 AD. AR Gros (4.08 gm). Cross in squared quatrefoil / Eight-pointed star in tressure. MPS.22. Toned VF+. $395
622.     CRUSADER STATES, Cyprus. Henry II, 1285-1324 AD. AR Gros Grand (4.48 gm). King enthroned, star in field / Jerusalem cross. MPS.58. Toned aXF. $295
623.     CYPRUS. Peter I, 1359-1369 AD. AR Gros (4.45 gm). King enthroned facing holding sword and orb, shield of arms to right / Jerusalem cross. MPS.78. Toned VF. Scarce. $450
624.     CRUSADERS. CHIOS, La Mahona. Francesco Giestiniani, ca. 1520 AD. Tornese (4.09 gm). Castle / Cross. Sch.XV.15. VF+, brown patina. Rare. $595
625.     RHODES, Knights of St. John. Philibert de Naillac, 1396-1421 AD. AR Gigliato (3.72 gm). Grandmaster kneeling in front of cross / Fleurated cross. Met.1219. Toned VF+. $495
626.     MALTA, Knights of St. John. Emmanuel de Rohan, 1775-1797 AD. Cinquinia (3.69 gm), 1777. Arms / Two hands skaing. KM.299. VF, brown patina. $150
627.     CILICIAN ARMENIA. Levon I, 1198-1219 AD. Tank (6.88 gm). Bearded crowned lion head facing / Cross. Ner.301. VF+, olive brown patina. $175
628.     CILICIAN ARMENIA. Hetoum & Zabel, 1226- 1271 AD. AR Tram (2.72 gm). King & Queen standing / Lion advancing right. Bed.1029. aXF. $135
629.     ARMENIA. Smpad, 1296-1298 AD. Pogh (1.99 gm). King mounted / Cross with four doves. N.412. VF, brown patona. Scarce. $225
630.     GHAZNAVIDS. Mahmud, 998-1030 AD. Gold Dinar (3.26 gm), Herat, AH 413, Kalima / Name and titles. Al.1607. VF. $295
631.     PERSIA, Safavids. Tahmasp I, 1524-1576 AD, 930-984 AH. Gold Quarter Mithqal (1.01 gm) of Harat. Kalima / Shahs name and titles. Album.2592. aXF. $225
632.     CEYLON, Cholas. 980-1070 AD. Pale Gold Kahavanu (4.26 gm). Man seated on ground holding lotus / King enthroned holding sceptre. M.825v. VF. Variety with lotus instead of $395
633.     JAPAN. Meji era, 1868-1912 AD . Gold Nibu Kin (3.03 gm), 1868-9. Paulownia leaf / Mintmasters signature. Kr.C21d. M.4582. aXF $225
634.     Buff Terracotta one-handled cup. Early Bronze Age Palestine, 3200-2500 BC. Large size, 5 bowl, plus handle. Intact, chips to lip, crack in edge. $180
635.     Teracotta Figurine. Indus Valley, Mehrgarh period, ca, 2700 BC. Buff terracotta figurine of seated naked female with outstreached arms. 4 tall. Intact and choice. $450
636.     Painted Teracotta Cup. Indus Valley, Nal Culture, ca. 2400 BC. Buff terracotta footed cup with wide mouth, decorated with brown, orange, blue and yellow painted bands. 2.75 $295
637.     Marble Cylinder Seal. Mesopotamia, 3500-2900 BC. Buff marble cylinder with three registers of fish or barley corns. 12 mm. Interesting early seal. $125
638.     Marble Cylinder Seal. Akkadian, 2350-2200 BC. Black stone cylinder seal of hero approaching a winged lion from behind with sword (?) raised, raised altar between. 20mm. $995
639.     Lapis Cylinder Seal of Worship Scene. Old Babylonia, 1900-1800 BC. Blue lapus cylinder seal engraved with worshiper approaching a standing horned diety, crescent between; $895
640.     Cuneiform Tablet. Old Babylonian, XX-XVII Century BC. Buff clay tablet with text describing account of grain. 18 lines of text. 3.25 x 1.5 Some resoration to ends. $350
641.     Hematite Cuneiform Stamp Seal. Kassite Babylonia, 1500-1300 BC. Black hematite stamp seal with rectangular face with three bands of Cuneiform, transverse suspension hole. $995
642.     Crystral Bead Necklace. Middle East, III-I Mill BC. Bead necklace of clear round and faceted cylinderical rock crystal beads with 9 faceted pendent beads. 20 long; restrung $550
643.     Carnelian and Banded Agate Necklace. Middle East, III-I Millenium BC. Mixed bead necklace consisting of carnelian round and fluted barrel beads with faceted and barrel shaped $350
644.     Amethyst Bead Necklace. Middle East, III-I Millenium BC. Large translucient purple amethyst polished beads strung with open-work silver beads (Islamic, X-XIII Century AD). $450
645.     Bronze Horus the Child Statuette. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty, 664-525 BC. Naked figure of Horus the Child (Harpokrates) seated, wearing a side lock and with his finger to mouth. $1,200
646.     Bronze Amulet. Middle East or Egypt, Late Period, 715-332 BC. Two standing youths with hands to mouth (Horus?), loop to back. 25mm. $125
647.     Wooden Oarsman Tomb Figure. Egypt, Middle Kingdom, 2052-1778 BC. Painted wooden figure of seated rower wearing a white skirt (this figure would row the ship transporting the $1,250
648.     Faience Ushabti. Egypt, Late Period, c. VIII-IV Century BC. Dark blue glazed faience mummiform figure, bearded, holding crook and flail. Made to serve the deceased in the $450
649.     Large Faience Ushabti. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty, 664-525 BC. Blue-green glazed faience mummiform figure, bearded, holding crook and flail, with heiroglyphs moulded on front . $795
650.     Faience Ushabti. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty, 664-525 BC. Light blue glazed faience mummiform figure, bearded, holding crook and flail, with band of heiroglyphs in ink on back. $395
651.     Steatite Fish Amulet. Egypt, Late Period, 715-332 BC. Green steatite amulet of sacred fish of Mendes, heiroglyphs on bezel. Andr.93a. Intact and Choice. $495
652.     Glazed Faience Amulet of Jackal-headed Anubis. Egypt, Late Period, VII-III Century BC. Pale blue-green glazed stylized figurine of Anubis walking. 34mm high. $250
653.     Faience figure of Thoeris. Later Period, 664-332 BC. Crude figure of walking hippopotamus-headed deity in blue-glazed composition. 30mm high, chipped and cracked at top. $150
654.     Faience Lion-head Amulet. Egypt, Ptolemaic-Roman, II Century BC - II Century AD, Blue-glazed amulet of roaring lions head on oval nmedallion, with suspension-loop at top. 30mm $250
655.     Head from Protective Dwarf Amulet. Egypt, XXVI Dynasty, 664-525 BC. Head from green faience Pataikos amulet depicted as facing squating dwarf, in the round; $350
656.     Faience Hippo Amulet. Egypt, XVIII-XXVI Dynasty. Blue faience uniface amulet of hippo with top look. 12mm. Choice and unusual. $175
657.     Faience Wedjat-eye Plaque with Cobra. Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, XI-VII Century BC. Square green-glazed plaque with raised design of eye of Horus with uraeus before. $550
658.     Faience Eye of Horus. Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, XI-VII Centry BC. Glazed amulet with moulded details on convex surface, green glaze with dark puple. 25 mm long. $195
659.     Steatite Scarab. Egypt, New Kingdom, XV-XI Century BC. Buff steatite scarab with stylized beetle back and bezel with hieroglyphs. 19 mm. Choice condition. $275
660.     Steatite Scarab. Egypt, New Kingdom, XV-XI Century BC. Buff steatite scarab with stylized beetle back and bezel with hieroglyphs including beetle. 12 mm. Choice condition. $225
661.     Mummy Bead Necklace. Egypt, New Kingdom to Ptolemaic, 1554-31 BC. Multicoloured beads, long green blue tubular beads with small spacer beads. 28 . Restrung. $125
662.     Bronze Knife Blade. Luristan, ca. 1000 BC. Diamond cross section. Portion of hilt remains. Overall 9.5. Sim. Moorey,23. Hilt broken short, otherwise intact, $275
663.     Bronze Tanged Arrowhead. Luristan, 1200-800 BC. Leaf-shaped blade with square midrib, with shoulders and long tang. Moorey.74. 2.5 long overall. Intact. $125
664.     Bronze Socketed Armorican Axe. Final Bronze Age Europe, possibly Gaulish origin, 800-600 BC. Long thin socked axe-head with attachment loop. 5 long; green patina. $395
665.     Alabaster Jar. Near East, 500 -100 BC. Polished translucient cream colored alabaster jar with bulbous body, wide mouth with lip, and flat bottom. 3 tall, 2.75 dia. $595
666.     Minature Painted Olpe. Italy, Xenon ware, ca. 330 BC. Olpe pitcher with wide lip and neck and small single handle. Backware decorated in orange paint with wave S-pattern on $395
667.     Painted Minature Krater. South Italy, Xenon ware, ca. 330 BC. Two-handled black jar with wide mouth, bulbous body and large foot; decorated with orange painted line and wave $375
668.     Apulian-ware Kalathos. South Italy, IV Century BC. Vase with straight sides and flaring mouth, decorated with tendril-pattern and painted bands on body. 5 high. $450
669.     Apulian-ware Olpe. South Italy, IV Century BC. Wide-mouthed handled jug with buff slip, red-brown painted bands as decoration. 3.75 high. Some rubbing on paint, $395
670.     Apulian-ware Cup. Apulian, IV Century BC. Single-handled cup of buff clay, wth dark-brown banded decoration. 5 across handle. Some flaking to interior, otherwise intact. $225
671.     Painted Pitcher. South Italy, ca. 300 BC. Upper body painted orange, lower buff terracotta, single handle. 2.75 x 2.75 Intact, superb condition. $395
672.     Terracotta Head. Hellenistic Greece, IV-II Century BC. Hollow terracotta head of female wearing crown with long hair and collar. 3 overall. Broken from larger statue, $250
673.     Silver Ring. Greek Thrace, I BC- I AD. Heavy silver ring decorated with wound silver wire adjustable ends. An early one-size-fits all ring. Size 9.5. Intact and choice. Rare $295
674.     Bronze Stamp. Baktria, c. 350 BC. Bronze stamp for of seven-pedelled flower surrounded by a ring of pellets; back side with incised decoration and loop handle. $395
675.     Marble Philosphers Head. Greco-Roman, II-I Century BC. White marble bearded male head with receding hair - Philospher. Well executed with curly beard and hair, expressive $1,750
676.     Bronze Herm. Roman, ca 100 AD. Bust of Hermes with winged hat on column. Male genitalia, midway down column. Three-quarter round (back hollow). Originally a latch or handle $1,750
677.     Bronze Figurine of Mercury. Roman, II-IV Century AD. Bronze figure of Mercury with petasus, holding purse and caduceus. On stand. 2.25 high. Green-gray patina, intact, $395
678.     Bronze Lion Head. Roman Britain, I-III Century AD. Cast and incised lion-head cross-strap joining stud. The reverse has openings for two cross-straps to be secured using this $250
679.     Bronze Head. Roman II-IV AD. Bronze male head wearing a cap, cast 3/4 round with incised details and stud back. 18mm tall. Intact. $125
680.     Redware Bowl. Egyptian Red Slipware, IV-VI Century AD. Bowl with prominent lip, two lines of painted decoration on interior and on lip, short foot. 6.25 diameter. Intact $225
681.     Fired Clay Oil Lamp. Roman North Africa, II-III Century AD. Lamp of buff clay with brown slip decorated with geometric pattern around plain discus. Markers mark XX DATI $225
682.     Glass Sprinkler Flask perfume bottle. Roman, III-V Century AD. Pale green glass Unguentarium with wide mouth and bulbous body. 2+ tall. Intact, some soil adhering. $125
683.     Gold Ring with Garnet Stone. Roman, ca 200 AD. Diamond-shaped garnet stone, gold band. Size 5. Choice with original stone. $795
684.     Bronze Key Ring. Roman, II-IV Century AD. Bronze ring with attached slotted key bit. 1 long overall. Intact with green patina. $95
685.     Pair Gold Earrings. Roman II-III Century AD. Pair of hollow loop earring with twisted ends made from sheet gold folded to make tapering loop. 16mm dia. Unusual $395
686.     Gold Earring. Roman, II-III Century AD. Loop, split at top for wearing, with heavy beadwork bunch of grapes fixed pendant. Loop slightly distorted, otherwise intact $195
687.     Enamelled Bronze Brooch. Rome, I-II Century AD. Hinged-headed bronze fibula with plate with four enamalled design, original pin to rear. Hatt.1554. 45mm. Choice $295
688.     Enamelled Disc Brooch. Roman, II Century AD. Circular disc with eight lugs around and tall central boss, white enamel, original pin on back. Hat.1431. 40mm dia. Intact $325
689.     Tin Bronze Brooch. Roman, II Century AD, Open-work fibula with original pin to rear. 45mm long. Intact and Choice. $350
690.     Iron Spear Head. Roman, II-IV Century AD. Iron spear head with raised medial ridge and socket mount. 6.5 overall. Typical chips, stablized brown patina. $275
691.     Iron Arrowhead. Balkans, Scythians or Sarmatians, III Century BC - III Century AD. Trilobe arrowhead with tang; typical Scythian and derivative type. 2.2 long. $85
692.     Iron Arrowhead. Roman, II-V Century AD. Iron arrowhead with large flat triangular shapped blade, collar, and long tang. 3.75 overall. Smooth brown rust patina. Intact and $115
693.     Bronze Medical Implement. Roman II-III Century AD. Bronze spatula of lanceolate form, with central ridge; ling tang for insertion into handle. 4.5 long. Intact, $175
694.     Bronze Bell. Roman, II-IV Century AD. Bronze bell with loop to top. 1.5 tall. Missing iron clapper, nice smooth olive green patina. $150
695.     Lead Sealing. Roman III-V Century AD. Lead document sealing with crude wreathed head, cord hole to rear. 18mm tall. Intact. $75
696.     Terracotta Tessera. Mesopotamia, II-III Century AD. Fired clay document-sealing with design of diademed Greek-style wreathed bearded bust. 20mm diameter. Intact $85
697.     Gold Plated Silver Ring. Byzantine, VI-VIII Century AD. Heavy gold-plated silver ring, with design of eagle engraved on round bezel; raised decoration on shoulders Size 6 3/4 $850
698.     Silver Signet Ring. Byzantine, VI-VII Century AD. Silver signet ring with incised design of bird with head reverted in circular border of dots, incised decoration on band. $275
699.     Pair of Silver Disc Earrings. Byzantine, ca. 700 AD. Domed disc with applied ropework decorations on a tall loop. 1.5 tall. Slightly mismatched pair, but found together $295
700.     Mosaic Glass and Gold Bead Necklace. Roman Middle East, ca. VCentury AD., Consisting of 9 mosaic glass beads together with 30 rosette pattererned sheet gold beads. 17.5 long $795
701.     Bronze Reliquary Cross. Byzantine, X-XII Century AD. Bronze cross with loop and hinge on top, Saint standing with hands raised (Mary?), cross above. 40mm. Provincial style. $75
702.     Fired Clay Oil Lamp. Holy Land, V - VII Century AD. Orange slip clay oil lamp with raised decoration and central filling hole and raised handle; base with linear decoration. $125
703.     Carnelian Stamp-seal. Sasanian, V-VII Century AD. Orange carnelian stamp seal with Pegasus with staff behind, transverse hole for suspension. 13mm dia. $145
704.     Silver Ring with Carnelian Intaglio. Sasanian, IV-VI AD. Silver ring with cast cicular decoration on shoulder, oval bezel set with carnelian intaglio with Tamga-symbol. $195
705.     Garnet Ringstone. Sasanian, V-VII Century AD. Red-purple garnet carved with seated antelope, head reverted. Gbl.52a. 7mm dia. Intact. $125
706.     Heavy Silver-Gilt Ring. England, Tudor Period, Late XVI - Early VII Century AD. Ornate raised bezel with facing female head. Size 9. Very impressive. Rare. $750
707.     Bronze Brooch of Crossbow Type. Early Saxon Britain, ca. IV Century AD. Mills.91. Cruciform with balls on short sides. 2 x 2. Green patina with restored pin. $125
708.     Pewter Pilgrim Badge Crucifix. English, XV Century AD. Crucifix with trefoil ends, figure of Christ nimbate as usual. Possibly a souvenir of the immenssly popular Great Rood $225
709.     Iron Knife with Wooden Handle. English, XVII Century AD. Table knife with steel blade, original wooden handle. 8.25 overall, iron sound with some edge chipping, minor crack $125
710.     Iron Scissors. English, XV Century AD. 7 long with wide blades and egg-shaped finger loops. Bailey.1v. Intact, still usable, stable brown patina. Very rare $275
711.     Iron Prick-Spur. English or Viking, X-XI Century AD. Found in Yorkshire. With bullet-shaped point and three-rivet attachments, ends shaped like Viking sword-pommels. $250
712.     Iron Pad Lock. England, XIV-XVI Century. Rectangular box lock with U shaped hasp (hasp moves). Key rides on a central pin. 2.5x2x1. Internal mechanism not functional, $195
713.     Vellum Bible Page. France, XIII Century AD. Latin in two columns, Capital V h E in red and blue with red and blue borders. 4x6. Text: Jeremiah 17-19. The Lord speaks to $350
714.     Bronze Seal Matrix. Spain, XIII-XIV Century AD. (CERO BENCODER), shield of arms in shield-shaped seal. 1 1/8 long with looped handle. Intact. Curious letter forms. $550
715.     Iron Arrowhead. Spanish Reconquista, from the battle of Navas de Tolosa, 1212 AD. Socketed iron arrowhead with long bodkin point for piercing chain-mail. 1.8 overall. $125
716.     Bone Corpus Christi. Holland, XVII Century AD. Bone figure of Christ, from a crucifix, wearing a tunic tied at his waist and the Crown of Thorns, nail in feet. 3.75 tall. $395
717.     Pewter Spoon. Dutch, 1650-1690 AD. Spoon with wide bowl, short trifid handle, crowned rose makers mark with initials SSI stamped in bowl. 6.75 overall. Intact $225
718.     Bronze Icon. Russia, XVIII-XIX Century AD. Brass cast icon with Sts Constantine and Helen presenting the True Cross, three saints below each holding a cross. Face of God $250
719.     Gilted Brass Ring. Crusader, XI-XIV AD. Gilded brass ring with cross crosslet design - Arms of Jerusalem on hexagram bezel. Size 10. Intact and wearable. $195
720.     Bronze Ring. Middle East Crusader Period, XI - XV AD. Bronze ring with raised edge and medial ridge expanding to lozenge bezel. Size 5.5. Choice and wearable. $100
721.     Bronze Cross. Cyprus, X-XIII Century AD (Byzantine to Crusader periods). Cross Pendent ends of arms rounded, decorated with nine annulets, suspension loop to top. 35mm. $150
722.     Mixed Hardstone Bead Necklace. Islamic, X-XIV Century AD. Mixed beads including jade arrow points, red jasper tubes, brown jasper scoops, lapis tubes and sliver spacers. $295
723.     Islamic Glazed Jar. 1100-1300 AD. Wide-mouthed jar with upper body and interior glazed green/gray. 2.5 wide. Superb condition and fully intact with no chipping. $250
724.     Bronze Applique. Turks ca 1600 AD. Cast bronze furnature applique with two mythical humanoid creatures back-to-back with star between. Green patina with one loop broken. $95
725.     Terracotta Tomb Attendant Statuette. China, Tang Dynasty, 618-906 AD. Large hollow terracotta figurine of female attendant or concubine. Buff clay, traces of paint on face $295
726.     Glazed Pottery Deep Bowl. China, Sung Dynasty, 960-1279 AD. Light green glaze on buff clay. Deep, round bowl with solid foot, incised floral design. 7.5 diameter, 2.75 deep $350
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