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Greek Coins

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Inventory#: 52934 [Greek Coins]
THRACE. THASOS. 5th Century BC. AR Hemiobol (.29g) 7.31mm. Dolphin right, two pellets/ Quadripartite incuse square. LeRider-10. Fine, bit grainy. $50 SOLD


Inventory#: 55134 [Greek Coins]
Seleukid Kings. Antiochus IV. 175-164 BC. Æ12 Serrate (1.94g). His radiate head right, monogram behind./Veiled female figure standing facing, holding long scepter, Struck at Akko-Ptolemais. SNG Israel-1136, Houghton-792. Nice VF. Ex Superior, Moreira Collection #1, #1596 @$154 $65 SOLD


 

Roman Republic Coins

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Roman Imperial Coins

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Inventory#: 56148 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Trajan. 98-117 (101-102 AD). Silver Denarius (3.39g) . Laureate bust right, IMP CAES NERVA TRAIAN OPTIM AVG GERM/Victory adv right on prow, terminating with serpent, holding wreath & palm PM TRIP COS IIII PP. RIC-59, RSC-241a. Ch. VF, nice portrait. $75 SOLD


Inventory#: 57739 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Hadrian. 117-138 AD. Silver Denarius (3.01 g) . Laureate bust right HADRIANVS AVG COS III PP/Pax standing left, holding branch and cornucopia FELICITAS PR (Unusual). SR-3489, RIC-238. Toned F-VF. $60 SOLD


Inventory#: 57953 [Roman Imperial Coins]
ANTONTINUS PIUS. 138-161 (147-148 AD). Silver Denarius (3.06g). Laureate bust right/COS IIII Annona standing left, holding corn-ears and anchor, modius at feet. SR-4067, RIC-162, RSC-283. EF,slightly irregular flan. $75 SOLD


Inventory#: 56260 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Severus Alexander. 222-235 (231 AD). Silver Denarius (3.12g). Laureate, draped bust right/Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm. RIC-212, RSC-556a, SR-7928. EF. $90 SOLD


Inventory#: 56010 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Rome. Julia Mamaea, mother of Severus. Alexander. Died 235 AD. Æ Sestertius (15.67g). Diademed & draped bust right IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA/Juno seated left, holding flower and child IVNO AVGVSTATE S-C. SR-8230, RIC-683, C-33. Fine. Ex. Colosseum Coin Exchange with old 1962 Seaby tag also included. $75 SOLD


Inventory#: 57546 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Roman Empire, Antoninus Pius. 138-161 (144). Silver Denarius (3.21g). Laureate bust right ANTONINVS AVG PIUS PP TR P COS III. Modius containing corn-ears and poppy, ANNONA AVG SR-4050, RSC-33, RIC-62a. VF $85 SOLD


Inventory#: 57957 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Roman Empire, Elagabalus. 218-222) 219). Silver Denarius 3.34g). Laureate bust right/Victory advancing right, holding wreath and palm. SR-7553, RIC-153, RSC-293. Nice toned EF, just a touch off-center. $125 SOLD


Inventory#: 54457 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Rome, Philip II. 247-249. Silver Antoninianus (3.59g). Radiate bust right/Mars acvancing right, carrying spear and trophy over shoulder, Γ in field to right. SR-9277, RSC-88, RIC-223 Ch. EF on broad flan $90 SOLD


Inventory#: 53904 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Trajan Decius. 249-251. Silver Antoninianus (3.83g). Radiate bust right/Victoria advancing left, holding wreath and palm. SR-9387, RIC-29c. Choice EF. $65 SOLD


Inventory#: 57971 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Volusian 251-253 (251-252, Rome). Silver Antoninianus (4.51g). Radiate and draped bust right/Virtus standing left, resting on shield and spear. SR-9778, RIC-186, RSC-135. Ch. EF, lightly toned. $100 SOLD


Inventory#: 56998 [Roman Imperial Coins]
Roman Empire, Gallieneus. 253-268 Silvered Antoninianus (5.44g). Radiate bust right/Hercules standing right, right hand on hip, left hand on club. RIC-673, SR-10415, C-1320a. Nice toned EF $75 SOLD


 

Roman Colonial Coins

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Inventory#: 55683 [Roman Colonial Coins]
Roman Egypt, Diocletian. 284-305 AD. Bi Tetradrachm (7.85g). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right/Eagle standing right, wreath in beak, palm branch in background, L - I - year 10 = 294 AD. Curtis unlisted, E-4042, Datt-5821 aEF and rare $120 SOLD


 

Ancient Jewish and Biblical Coins

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Byzantine Coins

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World Medals

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Inventory#: 57791 [World Medals]
South Africa. Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek. 1892. Bronze 31mm Medal. Glück Auf Transvaal around allegorical figure/Erste Prägung auf den münz-maschinen 1892 in six lines within wreath. Hern-14, Laidlow-0966. Ch. EF, coupe of tiny nicks. Struck in Berlin to commemorate opening of the new mint in Pretoria. $275 SOLD


 

World Medals

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World War II-related paper

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Inventory#: jw-27 [World War II-related paper]
Germany, Buchenwald Concentration Camp. C-3947d, PS-73d, Feller GE-145a. .50 Reichsmark with “SS Ko. Rottleberode” overprint in blue. F-VF, but for missing top left corner and areas of discoloration which is almost always the case with this note. Low serial number. $90 SOLD


Inventory#: jw-26 [World War II-related paper]
Germany, Buchenwald Concentration Camp. C-3947e, Feller GE-145b. .50 Reichsmark with “SS Ko. Rottleberode” overprint in blue. Fine, stains, browning. Still decent and scarce. The dark area in the upper right on the face is a shadow and not on the note. $175 SOLD


 

World Coins

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Inventory#: 57139 [World Coins]
Mozambique (?). Countermarked Coin. ND (1916-T). 20 Heller . Large M countermarked on German East Africa 20 Heller/Obverse A, small crown, reverse B, pointed tip on L’s. Brass. KM-15a (host coin). VF. Our attribution to Mozambique (or possibly Madagascar) is an educated guess as they are both close “M” countries to what was then German East Africa. $449 SOLD


Inventory#: 57405 [World Coins]
Saharawi. Arab Democratic Republic. 1991. 500 Pesetas . Sailing Ship. Transportation series. Unlisted Piefort!/Arms. Double thickness and weight. 32 grams rather than 16 grams. KM does not list!. KM-3v, KM-PE4. Gem Proof. $90 SOLD


Inventory#: 57472 [World Coins]
Sierra Leone. British Colony. 1791. Copper 10 Cents. Lion on hill top, SIERRA LEONE COMPANY above, AFRICA in exergue/10 above & below 2 hands clasped, one shaded to represent black hand, Ten Cent Piece 1791. KM-3a, Vice FT-5B. EF (Struck in Proof only). $450 SOLD


Inventory#: 57909 [World Coins]
Southern Rhodesia, George V of Britain. 1932 5 Piece Proof Set. 3 & 6 Pence, 1 & 2 Shillings and Half-Crown. KM PS-1, KM 1-5, Y 3-7. 5 Gem Proof silver coins with very attractive toning. $1,250 SOLD


Inventory#: 58000 [World Coins]
Tunisia, French Protectorate. Muhammad al-Habib Bey. 1345/1926-A. 1 Franc Y-42, KM-250, Lec-231. Gem toned Unc. Rare date, only 703 struck. Seldom offered for sale in this grade! $450 SOLD


Inventory#: 57999 [World Coins]
Tunisia, French Protectorate. Muhammad al-Habib Bey. 1345/1926-A. 50 Centimes. Y-41, KM-249, Lec-176. Gem toned Unc. Rare date, only 1003 struck. Seldom offered for sale in this grade! $350 SOLD


 

Tokens

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Inventory#: 57787 [Tokens]
South Africa. Capetown, Marsh & Sons. ND (1879). Bronze Half Penny token (27mm) . IMPORTERS in center, MARSH & SONS above, CAPE TOWN below/A paddle steamer with sail, HALFPENNY TOKEN TO FACILITATE TRADE around. May. C167, Hern-348a, Theron-C7. Brown EF. $69 SOLD


Inventory#: 57436 [Tokens]
South Africa. Orange Free State, Senekal. ND (1903-56). 3d, 6d & 1 Shilling celluloid tokens . Harding & Parker. 3 Pence green 19mm, 5 Pence dark blue 22.5mm, 1/- salmon pink 25 mm. Group of 3 seldom seen tokens. This company’s brass tokens are seen more often.. Maynard O134, 136, 138. EF. $75 SOLD


Inventory#: mhc-6 [Tokens]
Scotland, Angusshire, Montrose. 1799 Halfpenny Token. D&H-30. VF, rim bruise. Scarce, $40 SOLD


Inventory#: 57479 [Tokens]
Sierra Leone. Macaulay & Babington. 1807 (1814). One Penny Token. Struck at Soho to commemorate abolition of slavery in the British Empire. European & African clasping hands in front of village/Arabic legend attesting to the abolition of the slave trade, WE ARE ALL BRETHREN. Vice-FT-1, Eimer-984, KM-Tn-1.1. VF, usual nicks. $125 SOLD


 

World Coins

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Tokens

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Inventory#: mhc-5 [Tokens]
England, Somersetshire, Bath City Halfpenny Token. Argyle Chapel/Arms of city being supported within oval, plain edge. D&H-Somersetshire 70. Choice EF-AU, a few tiny rim nicks. Very Scarce. A similar piece sold in a Baldwin's auction for the equivalent of $380+ in the Fall of 2016. $175 SOLD


 

Gold Coins & Medals

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Books/Literature

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Errors

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