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2nd to 1st Centuries BC AR Tetradrachm NGC Ch. AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5, Fine Style Celts, West Noricum AR Tetradrachm. Obv. Male head. Rev. Stylized horse and rider. Superb ancient Celtic Tetradrachm. Very choice AU. Fully struck with great surfaces. Finished in a lovely even antique silvery gray. Highly artistic engraving. Very scarce in this condition. $3,850.00
c.650-600 BC EL Twelfth-Stater NGC Ch XF, 5/5, 5/5 *NEW* c.650-600 BC, Ionia, Uncertain Mint, EL Twelth-Stater (6mm, 1.21g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5. Obv. Striated surface. Rev. Incuse punch. Very pleasing example of the one of the Western World’s first form of coinage. $2,850.00
c.485-465 BC AR Tetradrachm NGC Ch. XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5 c.485-465 BC, Sicily, Syracuse, AR Tetradrachm (28mm, 17.41g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5. Obv. Quadriga right, Nike above. Rev. Arethusa right, dolphins. Well struck and detailed portrait of Arethusa and dolphins, perfectly centered. Considerable remaining luster overall. Very choice example. $3,850.00
c.465-460 BC AR Tetradrachm NGC XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5 (???), Fine Style c.465-460, Attica, Athens, AR Tetradrachm, NGC XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5, Fine Style. Obv. Athena. Rev. Owl, olive spray, moon. I disagree with the Surface grade on this coin and was dissapointed when I got it back from NGC. I graded the surfaces 4/5. Beyond that, this is a wonderful and very eye-appealling example of the scarce "transitional Owl", struck a decade or so before the more common variety that dates from 454-404 BC. Well struck and well centered with lovely medium silvery bluish patina over immaculate surfaces. Very scarce in this condition. $5,850.00
c.440-404 BC AR Tetradrachm NGC Ch XF*, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 c.440-404 BC, Attica, Athens, AR Tetradrachm (28mm, 17.14) NGC Ch XF*, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5. Obv. Athena. Rev. Owl, olive spray, moon. A beautiful example. Well struck and well centered with lovely deep two tone silvery gray cabinet patina. Awesome Eye-appeal. $3,750.00
c.450-420 BC AR Tetradrachm NGC AU, Strike 4/5, Surface 5/5 *NEW* c.450-420 BC, Sicily, Leontini, AR Tetradrachm (23mm, 17.11g) NGC AU, Strike 4/5, Surface 5/5. Obv. Head of Apollo left. Rev. Lion head left, barley grains & leaf. A lovely specimen, well struck and centered and finished with light golden rose cabinet patina. An example devoid of usual planchet problems, die cracks and other impairments that plague this type. $4,650.00
c.432-348 BC AR Tetradrachm NGC AU*, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 c.432-348 BC Chalcidian League AR Tetradrachm (25mm, 14.45) NGC AU*, Strike 5/5, 5/5. An extraordinary striking of a wonderful, high-relief portrait of Apollo. Rev. Cithara. Gorgeous even silvery blue patina overlays both sides of this wondrous Greek coin as considerable luster eminaties from the immaculate surfaces. $9,850.00
c.430-420 BC AR Tetradrachm NGC VF, Strike 3/5, Surface 3/5, Fine Style *SOLD - NEW* c.430-420 BC, Sicily, Syracuse, AR Tetradrachm (23mm, 16.45g) NGC VF, Strike 3/5, Surface 3/5, Fine Style. Obv. Quadriga with Nike flying above, placing wreath on charioteer's head. Rev. Head of Arethusa right, hair envelped in sakkos drawn together at top, four dolphins around. I won't argue with the grade of this coin, although I have seen 3/5 surface graded coins that are obviously corroded and pitted from a distance of five feet. I bought this coin for the artistry and wonderful eye-appeal. This piece is virtually identical to Lot 24 (and cover photo) of Roma Numismatics Auction I, Oct. 15, 2010, descrbed as the finest specimen (graded good extremely fine) of this very rare type. The portrait of the auction coin is signed with the engraver's initial A on the reverse and has a lion head pendant at Arethusa's neck. The coin was estimated at 25,000 Pounds or $37,500 (dollars). You can go to Roma's website and find the auction catalog online if you would like to compare coins. The specimen offered here is enhanced by gorgeous iridescent blue toning front and back. $3,000.00
c.420-405 BC AE Tetras NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5 *NEW* c.420-405, Sicily, Camarina, AE Tetras (14mm, 3.29g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5. Obv. Athena wearing crested helmet left. Rev. Owl clutches lizard. A choice bronze, perfectly centered and well struck. $575.00
c.410-350 BC AR Stater NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5 *NEW* c.410-350 BC, Lucania, Thurium, AR Stater (22mm, 7.79g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5. Obv. Head of Athena wearing crested helmet adorned with scylla. Rev. Bull butting, fish in exergue. Pleasing example with attractive silvery gray cabinet patina. $1,975.00
c.400-345 BC AE17 (Bronze) NGC Ch XF*, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 *SOLD - NEW* c.400-345 BC, Sicily, Syracuse AE17 Bronze (18mm, 5.84g) NGC Ch XF*, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5. Obv. Head of Athena left wearing Corinthian Helmet. Rev. Hippocamp left. Wonderful little Greek Bronze of fine artistic style. Well made and preserved. $1,050.00
c.400-330 BC AR Stater NGC Ch. XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5 c.400-330 BC, Lucania, Metapontum, AR Stater, (22 mm, 8.00g) NGC Ch. XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5. Obv. Head of Demeter right. Rev. Barley ear, META left. Attractive portrait of Demeter, goddess of corn, grain and the harvest. Sharply defined barley ear on reverse, a symbol of Metapontum’s economic base $1,450.00
c.400-323 BC AR Stater NGC VF, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 *ON HOLD* c.400-323 BC, Sicyonia, Sicyon, AR Stater (22mm, 12.14g) NGC VF, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5. Obv. Chimeria striding left. Rev. Dove in olive wreath. A superior coin for the grade and a wonderful, affordable example of this popular type. Nicely styled and well centered with even wear and lovely silvery gray cabinet patina, deeper in and around the devices, giving this piece outstanding eye-appeal. $2,350.00
4th Cen. BC AR Stater NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5 *NEW* 4th Cen. BC, Arcanania, Leucas, AR Stater (20mm, 8.30g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5. Obv. Pegasus right. Rev. Athena wearing Corinthian helmet right, caduceus left. An exceptional example showing a highly detailed and finely styled rendering of both Pegasus and Athena. As nice an example of the Celator’s art as I have seen for this type. Finished with lovely antique silvery gray with golden and blue highlights $1,950.00
c.4th Cen BC AR Tetradrachm NGC XF, Strike 4/4, Surface 5/5 *SOLD - NEW* c.4th Cen BC, Ionia, Ephesus, AR Tetradrachm (23mm, 15.28g) NGC XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 5/5 $2,750.00
4th Cen BC AE 13 NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5, lt. smoothing *NEW* 4th Cen BC, Bosporus, Panticapaeum, AE13 (13mm, 1.40g) NGC Ch XF, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5, lt. smoothing. Obv. Pan or Silenus (?), Rev. Bow in bowcase. $585.00
4th Cen. BC AR Drachm NGC XF*, Strike 4/5, Surface 5/5, Fine Style *NEW* 4th Cen. BC, Thessaly, Larissa, AR Drachm (20mm, 6.04g) NGC XF*, Strike 4/5, Surface 5/5, Fine Style. Obv. Nymph Larissa. Rev. Horse about to roll. Beautifully styled facing head of the nymph Larissa, well centered with great surfaces and finished with lovely antique silvery gray patina. An outstanding Larissa Drachm $1,850.00
4th Century BC AR Drachm NGC AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5, Fine Style *NEW* 4th Century BC, Thessaly, Larissa, AR Drachm (19mm, 5.98g) NGC AU, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5, Fine Style. Obv. Nymph Larissa facing slightly left. Rev. Horse about to roll. Although a common type with countless dies, the great majority are of little artistic merit. Maybe one in fifty would be considered “Fine Style”. The present piece is well struck with a beautifully artistic facing head portrait. Reverse shows a full horse, as many example I encounter are missing part of the horse due to off center strikes. $1,750.00
4th Cen. BC AR Stater NGC Ch. VF*, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 4th Cen. BC, Corinthia, Corinth, AR Stater (20mm, 8.50g) NGC Ch VF*, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5. Obv. Pegasus flying left. Rev. Athena wearing Corinthian Helmet, Artemis. Very pleasing, well struck and well centered example of this popular type. Medium silvery gray cabinet patina. $1,175.00
c.380-374/3 BC AR Stater NGC Ch XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 3/5 *NEW* c.380-374/3 BC, Cilicia, Tarsus, AR Stater (22mm, 10.79g) NGC XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 3/5. Obv. Facing female head. Rev. Ares(?) helmeted. Well centered and struck with lovely deep silvery pataina featuring violet-blue highlights. $2,250.00

 



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