Hispania, Cartagonova Ancient Coins
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Hispania, Cartagonova. Quarter Calco c. 220-215 BC - Tanit right / Horse’s head right
Ancient Hispania - Carthaginian bronze quarter Calco (2.17 g., 15 mm.). 220-215 BC. Tanit's head to the right. Horse head to the left. FAB-556. gVF. Please see the photos for a better impression. Shipments to destinations outside of Spain (both in the EU and third countries)More
Hispania, Cartagonova. Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). Semis from Cartagonova mint (Cartagena - Murcia), around 14-12 B.C. REX PTOL within wreath. C LAETILIVS
Roman Provincial - Hispania - Augustus (27 B.C. - 14 A.D.) Bronze semis (4.86 g., 18 mm.) from Cartagonova mint (Cartagena - Murcia), around 14-12 B.C. AVGVSTVS DIVI F Augustus bare head right. / REX PTOL within wreath. C LAETILIVS APALVS II V Q around. FAB. 590. RPC I 172.More
Cappadocia, kings of. Ariobarzanes I Philoromaios (95–c. 63 BC). Drachm Eusebeia under Mt. Argaios. Year 16 (81/0 BC)
(3,98g 16,7mm) Obv: Diademed head of Ariobarzanes I right Rev: ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ-ΑΡΙΟΒΑΡZΑΝΟΥ-ΦΙΛΟΡΩΜΑΙΟΥ, Athena standing left, Nike in right hand, left hand resting on grounded shield, spear behind; T in inner left field, IC (date) below. Ref: Simonetta 26 var. (date) EnvíoMore
Seljuks of Rum. Kaykā'ūs II, 2nd reign AH 655-660. Æ Fals, nd (R)
Kaykā'ūs II, 2nd reign AH 655-660 / AD 1257-1261. AE Fals no date Obv/Enthroned emperor, star at right Rev/ 3-line legend Reference Album 1231G (RARE) Izmirlier 1392. Size mm. 22 Weight g.3,6 High grade for this type of coin - see original pictures- Will be sentMore
Roman Republic. C. Scribonius. AR Denarius, 154 BC
C. Scribonius. AR Denarius. Rome 154 BC. 3.05 gr. – 18.2 mm. Helmeted head of Roma to right / Dioscuri riding to right, CSCR below (ROMA in ex.) Cr. 201/1 / Syd. 380. The coin will be sent with photographic authenticity certificate via DHL or UPS (Europe, US and Canada); viaMore
Sicily, Punic. Lot of 2 early Sicilian coins, including Siculo-Punic and Kephaloidion 4th century BC
Lot of 2 Bronze Sicily Kephaloidion. 4th century BC Æ Bromze 15,27 mm 2,40 g Obv: Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin. Rev: Pegasos flying right. SNG ANS –; HGC 2, 654. Light green patina Siculo-punic AE Unit, c. 400-350 BC Æ Unit 15,57 mm 3,51 gMore
Greece (ancient). Thebes, Boeotia. Obol from Thebes, Boeotia. Boeotian shield / BO-I, Kantharos, club above, crescent in right field.
Ancient Greek - Thebes, Boeotia. Silver obol. ca. 395-340 BC. (0.64 g. 9 mm.) Boeotian shield / BO-I, Kantharos, club above, crescent in right field. Sear SG 2397; BMC 55-56. BCD Boiotia 46; HGC 4, 1169. nEF. Very rare. Please see the photos for a better impression.More
Roman Empire. Gallienus (AD 253-268). Antoninianus from Rome - FORTVNA REDVX - ç Fortuna holding rudder and cornucopiae.
Roman Empire - Gallienus in the sole reign, 260-268. - Silvered Bronze Antoninianus (3,18 g., 20 mm.), Rome, 265. GALLIENVS AVG Radiate head right./ FORTVNA REDVX - ç Fortuna standing left, holding rudder set on globe with her right hand and cornucopiae with her left. GöblMore
Roman Empire. Faustina I († AD 140/1). Denarius Rome, AD 147-161 - Aeternitas adjusting veil
Diva Faustina I AD 140/41 AR Denarius. Rome, AD 147-161 Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA draped bust to right Rev: AETERNITAS, Aeternitas (or Juno or Pudicitia or Venus) stg. front, head r., arranging her vell and holding sceptre. Diameter: 18 mm Weigth: 3,15 gr Ref: B.M.C, p. 54More
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