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CELTIC BRITAIN. Atrebates and Regni. Tincomarius (Tincommius), ca. 30-10 B.C.
CELTIC BRITAIN. Atrebates and Regni. Tincomarius (Tincommius), ca. 30-10 B.C.   
Quarter Stater. COMF on tablet. Rv. Celticized horse l., TI above, C below. 1.2 grams. v.Arsdell 388-1, S.80. Crude About Very Fine. (200-300)
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$316.25
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PONTOS. Mithradates VI.
PONTOS. Mithradates VI.   
Stater, struck during the First Mithradatic War, 88-86 B.C. Tomis. Diademed, deified head of Alexander r. wearing horn of Ammon. Rv. Athena Nikephoros seated l., ΦΔ monogram before, TO on throne; trident in ex. 8.21 grams. Cf.SNG Cop.1090ff...
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$603.75
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ACHAEMENID EMPIRE. Persia. Time of Darios I-Xerxes I, ca. 485-420 B.C.
ACHAEMENID EMPIRE. Persia. Time of Darios I-Xerxes I, ca. 485-420 B.C.   
Daric. Persian king/hero kneeling/running r. with spear and bow (most of bow off flan). Rv. Incuse punch. 8.34 grams. Carradice Type IIIb, group A/B (pl.XIII, 27). Very Fine. (800-1000)
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$862.50
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BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Phocas, 602-610 A.D.
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Phocas, 602-610 A.D.   
Solidus. Constantinople, officina E. Draped and cuirassed facing bust holding globus. Rv. Facing angel holding long staff and globus; CONOB in ex. 4.43 grams. S.620. Near Extremely Fine. (200-250)
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$345.00
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BYZANTINE. Heraclius, 610-641 A.D.
BYZANTINE. Heraclius, 610-641 A.D.   
Solidus. Constantinople, officina E. Facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine, cross between. Rv. Cross potent on three steps; CONOB in ex. 4.37 grams. S.738. Extremely Fine. (200-250)
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$310.50
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Dobunni.
Dobunni.   
Antedrig Type Billon Units, ca. 10 B.C.-10 A.D. Abstract Antedrig head. Rv. Celticized horse. Van Arsdell 1074-1082. Grainy. Very Fine. 8 pieces. (150-250)
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$161.00
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METAPONTUM. Lucania. Ca. 530-510 B.C.
METAPONTUM. Lucania. Ca. 530-510 B.C.   
1/24 Stater. Barley ear, MET to l. Rv. Barley ear incuse. 0.47 grams. Johnston, Class 1, 65 (same dies). Good Very Fine. (600-700)
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$690.00
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VELIA. Lucania. Ca. 530-460 B.C.
VELIA. Lucania. Ca. 530-460 B.C.   
Drachm. Forepart of a lion r. tearing at a stag's leg. Rv. Incuse square, roughly divided. 3.95 grams. Williams 29; HN Italy 1259; SNG ANS 1205. Medium gray. Choice Very Fine. (800-1000)
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$862.50
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KAULONIA. Bruttium. Ca. 525-500 B.C.
KAULONIA. Bruttium. Ca. 525-500 B.C.   
Stater. Apollo advancing r. holding branch and the running figure of a daimon, symbol between legs; annulet to r., stag standing to r. with head reverted; KAVΛ (retrograde) at l. 7.87 grams. Rutter, HN 2036; SNG ANS 154. Minor obverse die brea...
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$4,600.00
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RHEGION. Bruttium. 475-470 B.C.
RHEGION. Bruttium. 475-470 B.C.   
Drachm. Facing scalp of a lion. Rv. Calf's head l., PECION (retrograde) around. 4.80 grams. SNG ANS 621. Pleasing medium gray. Choice Very Fine and very rare. (1800-2500)
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$2,070.00
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HIMERA. Before 484 B.C.
HIMERA. Before 484 B.C.   
Drachm. Cock standing l. within beaded circle. Rv. Hen standing r. within linear square inside incuse square. 5.82 grams. Kraay Pl. 10, 190; SNG ANS 152. Medium gray. Rare. Choice Very Fine. (2000-2500)
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$1,725.00
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SEGESTA. 480-400 B.C.
SEGESTA. 480-400 B.C.   
Didrachm. Hound standing r. on exergual line. Rv. Head of nymph Segesta r. within linear circular border. 8.58 grams. SNG Lloyd 1138 (same reverse die). Rich, even and deep medium gray toning. Extremely Fine and rare. (5000-6000)
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$4,600.00
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SELINOS. Ca. 540-515 B.C.
SELINOS. Ca. 540-515 B.C.   
Didrachm. Trilobate selinon leaf. Rv. Incuse square divided into 8 segments. 8.74 grams. Arnold-Biucchi Group 1, SNG ANS 674. Choice Extremely Fine. (1000-1500)
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EPIDAMNOS-DYRRHACHIUM. Illyria. After 350 B.C.
EPIDAMNOS-DYRRHACHIUM. Illyria. After 350 B.C.   
Stater of the Corinthian type. Pegasos flying r. Rv. Helmeted Athena head r., club behind; ΔYPPAXINΩN before. 8.94 grams. Cf. BMC 2. Well centered on a full flan. Good Very Fine. (800-1000)
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$805.00
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AIGINA. 525-500 B.C.
AIGINA. 525-500 B.C.   
Stater. Sea-turtle. Rv. Mill-sail punch. 12.03 grams. SNG Delepierre 1502. Fine. (100-150)
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$120.75
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ERYTHRAI. Ionia. 5th Century B.C.
ERYTHRAI. Ionia. 5th Century B.C.   
Drachm. Youth standing l. restraining horse cantering l., grain-ear behind. Rv. Stellate flower within incuse square, E-P/Θ-Y in the corners. 4.56 grams. BMC 18. Deep light medium gray. Well centered. Choice Very Fine and very rare. (1200-1500)
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$920.00
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ALABANDA. Caria. Ca. 197-190/188 B.C.
ALABANDA. Caria. Ca. 197-190/188 B.C.   
Tetradrachm, struck under Antiochos III of Syria. Laureate Apollo head l. Rv. Horse flying r., magistrate's name XPYΣOΓONOΣ below. 16.78 grams. SNG Berry 1107. Obverse typically soft. Choice Very Fine. (600-700)
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$690.00
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KNIDOS. Caria. 520-500 B.C.
KNIDOS. Caria. 520-500 B.C.   
Drachm. Lion's head r. Rv. Aphrodite head r. within square. 5.94 grams. SNG von Aulock 2592. Slightly granular. Nearly Very Fine. (300-400)
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$345.00
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RHODES. Ca. 250-229 B.C.
RHODES. Ca. 250-229 B.C.   
Didrachm. Magistrate Akesis. Radiate head of Helios 3/4; r. Rv. Rose with bud, figure standing r. (Artemis with bow?) inner l. field, AKEΣ-IΣ. 6.7 grams. SNG von Aulock 2801. Choice Extremely Fine and About as Struck. (900-1200)
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$1,380.00
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OINOANDA. Lycia. Ca. 2nd Century B.C.
OINOANDA. Lycia. Ca. 2nd Century B.C.   
Stater. Laureate head of Zeus r., lotus-tipped scepter and 'B' behind. Rv. Eagle standing r. on thunderbolt, Γ and grape bunch before; OINOANΔE[ΩN] in ex. BMC 1. Rare. Extremely Fine. (2000-2500)
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$1,955.00
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SATRAPS OF TARSOS. Datames, Satrap of Cilicia and Cappadocia, 384-362 B.C.
SATRAPS OF TARSOS. Datames, Satrap of Cilicia and Cappadocia, 384-362 B.C.   
Stater, struck during the Satraps' Revolt, ca. 369-362 B.C. Within a circle surrounded by a crenellated wall: Baaltars seated 3/4 r., holding grain-ear, bunch of grapes and an eagle-tipped scepter; BLTRZ in Aramaic behind, thymiaterion at r. Rv. With...
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$345.00
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TYRE. Phoenicia.Shekel, 117/116 B.C.
TYRE. Phoenicia.Shekel, 117/116 B.C.   
Laureate bust of Melqart r. Rv. Eagle standing l. on prow; club and LI in l. field, ΣA in r. 14.27 grams. BMC 67. Very light obverse deposits back of bust. Deep medium-gray. Near Extremely Fine. (300-400)
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$442.75
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SYRACUSE. Agathokles, 317-289 B.C.
SYRACUSE. Agathokles, 317-289 B.C.   
Æ Litra, struck ca. 295 B.C. Artemis head r., wearing triple-pendant earring and necklace, quiver over shoulder. Rv. Winged thunderbolt. Calciati II, 142; SNG ANS 708. Soft medium brown. Extremely Fine. (150-200)
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$172.50
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Mattathias Antigonus, 40-37 B.C.
Mattathias Antigonus, 40-37 B.C.   
Æ 18. Single cornucopiae. Rv. Greek inscription in wreath. H.482. Obverse off-center. Very Good; Valerius Gratus, 15-26 A.D. Æ Prutah. TIB/KAI/CAP in wreath. Rv. Palm branch. H.646. Very Fine. 2 pieces. (100-150)
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$69.00
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Herodian. Herod the Great, 40-4 B.C.
Herodian. Herod the Great, 40-4 B.C.   
Æ 2 Prutot. Cross in diadem. Rv. Tripod table; Herod Archelaus, 4 B.C.-6 A.D. Prutah. Grapes. Rv. Tall helmet; Agrippa I, 37-44 A.D. Prutah, Year 6 (41/2 A.D.). Umbrella-like canopy. Rv. Barley ears. Hend.490, 505, 553; also Hasmonean Prutah. S...
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$230.00
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