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Sicily, Syracuse. c. 400 B.C. AV 50 Litrae.(413-387 BC) AW-GS 50 litra EF
Sicily, Syracuse. c. 400 B.C. AV 50 Litrae.(413-387 BC) AW-GS 50 litra EF  
2.88 grams, 11.8 mm. Obv Bare head l. of young male, perhaps the river-god Anapos; ethnic before, grain kernel behind. Rev Horse charging r., rein aloft; ethnic below, all within shallow incuse square. EF, with obverse die flaws and imperfect reverse...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$5,060.00
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Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II (359-336 B.C.). AV Stater.(359-336 BC) AW-GMac stater EF
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II (359-336 B.C.). AV Stater.(359-336 BC) AW-GMac stater EF  
8.41 grams, 19.10 mm. Obv Laureate head r. of Apollo. Rev Biga of horses driven r. by driver holding goad; trident and name of Philip below. Nearly EF, mount removed and abrasion inside reverse rim at 9:00. Well struck and in fine style, lovely tonin...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$2,530.00
3
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II (359-336 B.C.). AV Stater.(359-336 BC) AW-GMac Gold stater EF
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II (359-336 B.C.). AV Stater.(359-336 BC) AW-GMac Gold stater EF  
8.59 grams, 19.00 mm. Obv Laureate head r. of Apollo. Rev Biga of horses driven r. by driver holding goad; winged thunderbolt and name of Philip below. Nearly EF, and well centered. ($1,000-2,000)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$2,645.00
4
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II (359-336 B.C.). AV Stater.(359-336 BC) AW-GMac Gold stater VF
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II (359-336 B.C.). AV Stater.(359-336 BC) AW-GMac Gold stater VF  
8.58 grams, 19.10 mm. Obv Laureate head r. of Apollo. Rev Biga of horses driven r. by driver holding goad; winged thunderbolt and name of Philip below. Nearly VF, some surface marks and reverse double-striking. ($600-1,000)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$1,495.00
5
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II (359-336 B.C.). AV Stater.357 – 336 BC AW-GMac Gold Slater EF
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip II (359-336 B.C.). AV Stater.357 – 336 BC AW-GMac Gold Slater EF  
8.59 grams, 17.70 mm. Obv Laureate head r. of Apollo. Rev Biga of horses driven r. by driver holding goad; winged thunderbolt and name of Philip below. Nearly EF, with small test cut at 6:30 and obverse die flaws. Well struck. ($900-1,500)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$1,840.00
6
Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III (336-323 B.C.). AV Stater. AW-GMac stater VF
Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III (336-323 B.C.). AV Stater. AW-GMac stater VF  
8.59 grams, 17.40 mm. Obv Head r. of Athena wearing helmet decorated with griffin. Rev Nike standing l., holding wreath and ship's mast, Alexander's name before, wreath behind. Well struck, choice VF with minor edge flaws. ($750-1,250)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$1,552.50
7
Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III (336-323 B.C.). AV Stater.336 – 328 BC AW-GMac 1 stater F
Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III (336-323 B.C.). AV Stater.336 – 328 BC AW-GMac 1 stater F  
8.45 grams, 17.5 mm. Obv Helmeted head r. of Athena. Rev Nike standing l., holding wreath and ship's mast, Alexander's name before, uncertain object behind. Edges hammered, surface smoothed and in modern times engraved "3 MARTIE 99,." Perhaps Fine, a...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
F
Price Realized:
$460.00
8
Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III (336-323 B.C.). AV Stater. AW-GMac Gold stater CHOICE VF
Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III (336-323 B.C.). AV Stater. AW-GMac Gold stater CHOICE VF  
8.57 grams, 17.90 mm. Obv Head r. of Athena wearing helmet decorated with coiled serpent. Rev Nike standing l., holding wreath and ship's mast, Alexander's name and title in periphery, two monograms below. Choice VF, natural planchet lamination at 1:...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CHOICE VF
Price Realized:
$1,840.00
9
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip III (323-317 B.C.). AV Stater.(336-323 BC) AW-GMac stater EF
Macedonian Kingdom. Philip III (323-317 B.C.). AV Stater.(336-323 BC) AW-GMac stater EF  
8.58 grams, 18.90 mm. Obv Head r. of Athena wearing helmet decorated with coiled serpent. Rev Nike standing l., holding wreath and ship's mast, Philip's name and title in periphery, two sets of control letters below. Athena's head imperfectly struck...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$3,220.00
10
Cyrenaica, Cyrene. c. 322-313 B.C. AV Stater. AW-GMac stater EF
Cyrenaica, Cyrene. c. 322-313 B.C. AV Stater. AW-GMac stater EF  
8.64 grams, 20.90 mm. Obv Nike driving quadriga r., sun above, ethnic behind. Rev Zeus-Ammon seated l., holding eagle; thymiaterion before, name of magistrate behind. Well struck for this scarce issue. EF or nearly so with a tiny edge nick at 3:00. (...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$6,037.50
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Zeugitania. Carthage (ca. 290-280  B.C.) EL stater.341-317  B.C. Aw-Ca stater VF
Zeugitania. Carthage (ca. 290-280 B.C.) EL stater.341-317 B.C. Aw-Ca stater VF  
7.36 grams, 19.50 mm. Head of Tanit to left wearing cereal wreath / standing horse to right, single exergual line with one pellet below. Pale yellow gold with old toning around devices and silvery highlights, hairlines from an old cleaning, hairline ...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$1,610.00
12
Ptolemaic Egypt. Arsinoe II (d. 270 B.C.) commemorative under Ptolemy VI, 180-145 B.C. AV Octadrachm
Ptolemaic Egypt. Arsinoe II (d. 270 B.C.) commemorative under Ptolemy VI, 180-145 B.C. AV Octadrachm  
27.70 grams, 27.50 mm. Obv Head r. of the deified Arsinoe II, wearing veil and stephane; scepter over far shoulder, large K behind. Rev Two cornucopias, overflowing with fruits and grains, bound with royal diadem; regal inscription describing Arsinoe...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$12,650.00
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Julius Caesar (d. 44 B.C.). AV Aureus. Rome, early 46 B.C. EF
Julius Caesar (d. 44 B.C.). AV Aureus. Rome, early 46 B.C. EF   
7.99 grams, 19.40 x 21.70 mm. Obv Veiled head r. of female, perhaps Vesta. Rev Priestly implements: lituus, jug and axe. Sharply struck and nicely centered on a very broad planchet. EF. ($1,750-3,250)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$6,325.00
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Augustus (27 B.C.-A.D. 14). AV Aureus. Lugdunum, c. 2 B.C.-A.D. 4.  CHOICE VF
Augustus (27 B.C.-A.D. 14). AV Aureus. Lugdunum, c. 2 B.C.-A.D. 4. CHOICE VF   
7.94 grams, 19.70 mm. Obv Laureate head r. of Augustus. Rev Gaius Caesar and Lucius Caesar, eldest grandsons of Augustus, standing with shields and spears; lituus and simpulum above. Exceptional style and strike for this normally unappealing dynasti...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CHOICE VF
Price Realized:
$4,600.00
15
Vespasian (A.D. 69-79). AV Aureus. Rome, A.D. 75-59. EF
Vespasian (A.D. 69-79). AV Aureus. Rome, A.D. 75-59. EF   
7.24 grams, 20.10 mm. Obv Laureate head r. of Vespasian. Rev Fortuna standing l. on altar, holding cornucopia and rudder. Well struck on a broad planchet. Nearly EF with a short scratch behind head. ($2,000-3,500)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$5,290.00
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Diva Faustina Senior (d. A.D. 140/1). AV Aureus.  CHOICE EF
Diva Faustina Senior (d. A.D. 140/1). AV Aureus. CHOICE EF   
7.29 grams, 18.70 mm. Obv Draped bust r. of Faustina Senior, wearing thin diadem. Rev Fortuna standing l., holding globe and rudder. Sharply struck, Choice EF. ($2,750-4,500)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CHOICE EF
Price Realized:
$5,290.00
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Faustina Junior (A.D. 147-175/6). AV Aureus. VF details
Faustina Junior (A.D. 147-175/6). AV Aureus. VF details   
7.10 grams, 20.30 mm. Obv Draped bust r. of Faustina Junior. Rev Salus seated l., feeding snake that ascends altar. Mount removed and surfaces lightly polished, otherwise Nearly VF. ($750-1,250)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF details
Price Realized:
$1,610.00
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Lucius Verus (A.D. 161-169). AV Aureus. Rome, A.D. 163-164.
Lucius Verus (A.D. 161-169). AV Aureus. Rome, A.D. 163-164.   
7.29 grams, 18.60 mm. Obv Bare head r. of Lucius Verus. Rev Victory standing r., attaching to palm tree shield inscribed VIC AVG. F.D.C. Sharp and lustrous. ($3,500-6,000)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
Price Realized:
$13,800.00
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Severus Alexander (A.D. 222-235). AV Aureus. Rome, A.D. 227. VF
Severus Alexander (A.D. 222-235). AV Aureus. Rome, A.D. 227. VF   
6.01 grams, 20.40 mm. Obv Laureate, draped bust r. of Severus Alexander. Rev Mars striding r., carrying spear and trophy. Some die imperfections and hailines from light cleaning, otherwise VF or better with much lustre remaining. ($1,250-2,250)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
VF
Price Realized:
$3,450.00
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Julian II (A.D. 360-363). AV Solidus. Antioch, A.D. 361-363.  CHOICE VF
Julian II (A.D. 360-363). AV Solidus. Antioch, A.D. 361-363. CHOICE VF   
4.42 grams, 26.60 mm. Obv Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust r. of Julian II. Rev Soldier advancing r., holding trophy and looking back at captive he drags by hair. Some encrustation in recesses, otherwise well struck and Choice VF. ($900-1,500)
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CHOICE VF
Price Realized:
$2,990.00
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Valentinian I (emperor of the West, A.D. 364-375). AV Solidus. Antioch, A.D. 364-367.  CHOICE VF
Valentinian I (emperor of the West, A.D. 364-375). AV Solidus. Antioch, A.D. 364-367. CHOICE VF   
4.43 grams, 20.80 mm. Obv Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust r. of Valentinian I. Rev Emperor standing r., holding standard with Christogram, and Victory on globe. The reverse soft on its high points, and faint scratches are noted in the reverse fi...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CHOICE VF
Price Realized:
$1,092.50
22
Honorius (emperor of the West, A.D. 393-423). AV Solidus. Ravenna, c. A.D. 402-406. EF
Honorius (emperor of the West, A.D. 393-423). AV Solidus. Ravenna, c. A.D. 402-406. EF   
4.41 grams, 21.60 mm. Obv Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust r. of Honorius. Rev Emperor standing r., holding standard and Victory on globe, treading on fallen captive, RV mintmark in field. Exceptional strike from unworn dies. Short obverse scratc...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$920.00
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Anthemius (emperor of the West, A.D. 467-472). AV Solidus. Rome, A.D. 468. EF
Anthemius (emperor of the West, A.D. 467-472). AV Solidus. Rome, A.D. 468. EF   
4.44 grams, 20.10 mm. Obv Helmeted, draped and cuirassed bust three-quarters facing of Anthemius, holding spear. Rev Two emperors standing, facing, holding spears, and jointly holding a globus cruciger between them, above the mintmark-monogram of Rom...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
EF
Price Realized:
$2,760.00
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Zeno (emperor of the East, A.D. 476-491). AV Solidus. Thessalonica, A.D. 476 or later.  CHOICE VF
Zeno (emperor of the East, A.D. 476-491). AV Solidus. Thessalonica, A.D. 476 or later. CHOICE VF   
4.27 grams, 20.40 mm. Obv Helmeted, cuirassed bust three-quarters facing of Zeno, holding spear and decorated shield. Rev Victory standing l., holding long cross, two stars in field. A scarcer issue. Scratched in right obverse field and holed, other...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CHOICE VF
Price Realized:
$310.50
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Anastasius I (A.D. 491-518). AV Solidus. Constantinople.  CHOICE EF
Anastasius I (A.D. 491-518). AV Solidus. Constantinople. CHOICE EF   
4.47 grams, 20.50 mm. Obv Helmeted, diademed and cuirassed bust three-quarters facing of Anastasius I, holding spear and decorated shield. Rev Victory standing l., holding long cross; star at right. Boldly double-struck, otherwise Choice EF. ($150-25...
Service:
Raw
Grade:
CHOICE EF
Price Realized:
$506.00
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