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BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Andronicus II and Michael IX 1295-1320. AR. Basilikon. Mint of Constantinople. (2.16g,21mm,6h)

BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Andronicus II and Michael IX 1295-1320. AR. Basilikon. Mint of Constantinople. (2.16g,21mm,6h)

IC XC KVR(IE) (BO)HΘH, Christ enthroned, right hand raised in benediction,large dot either side. Reverse.ΑVΤΩΚ(ΡΑΤΟ) - (P)ΕC PWΜΑION; Andronicus standing left and Michael standing right; holding between them a labarum. Ref:DOC V part 1.Class VIII.(f) 528-534 Good very fine, striking flatness as usual.

£150


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ENGLAND. Victoria AD 1837-1901. AR. Crown 1845. Cinqufoil stop on edge.

ENGLAND. Victoria AD 1837-1901. AR. Crown 1845. Cinqufoil stop on edge.

Ref:Spink 3882 Very fine reverse better.

£275


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MACEDON. Philip III Arrhidaeus 323-317 BC. AR. Tetradrchm. Mint of AMPHIPOLIS. ( 14.05g, 23.8mm, 12h)

MACEDON. Philip III Arrhidaeus 323-317 BC. AR. Tetradrchm. Mint of AMPHIPOLIS. ( 14.05g, 23.8mm, 12h)

Laurate head of Zeus right. Reverse.ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΥ, rider right, corn ear below horse and Π between forelegs. Ref:SNG ANS 667-673. Good very fine.

£350


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MACEDONIAN EMPIRE. Alexander III 336-323 BC. AR. Tetradrachm, dated issue struck 313/2 BC. Mint of Ake, Phoenicia.( 17.41g, 28.9mm, 10h )

MACEDONIAN EMPIRE. Alexander III 336-323 BC. AR. Tetradrachm, dated issue struck 313/2 BC. Mint of Ake, Phoenicia.( 17.41g, 28.9mm, 10h )

Beardless bust right of Herakles wearing lion scalp. Reverse.ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ, Zeus enthroned left holding eagle in right hand and sceptre in left, before date in Aramaic. Ref: Price 3286. Good very fine.

£550


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PARTHIA. Mithriadates II 123-88 BC. AR. Drachma. Mint of RHAGAE. ( 4.05g, 20mm, 12h )

PARTHIA. Mithriadates II 123-88 BC. AR. Drachma. Mint of RHAGAE. ( 4.05g, 20mm, 12h )

Long bearded bust of Mithriades II left wearing diadem. Reverse.BAΣIΛEΛEΩΣ BAΣIΛEΛEΩN MEΓAΛO(Y) APΣAKOY EΠIΦANOY(Σ), archer ( Arsakes ) seated right on throne holding bow in right hand. Ref:Sellwood 27.1, Shore 85. A well centered struck coin with almost full legends on flan ; about extremely fine. Mithriadates II was the first Parthian king to use the title \" BAΣIΛEΛEΩΣ BAΣIΛEΛEΩN king of kings \" on his coinage.

£75


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PTOLEMAIC EMPIRE.EGYPT. ALEXANDRIA. Cleopatra III and Ptolemy IX Soter II 116-107 BC. AR. Tetradrachm.struck 108/7 BC ( 14.07g, 24mm, 12h)

PTOLEMAIC EMPIRE.EGYPT. ALEXANDRIA. Cleopatra III and Ptolemy IX Soter II 116-107 BC. AR. Tetradrachm.struck 108/7 BC ( 14.07g, 24mm, 12h)

Diademed hear right of Ptolemy Soter, founder of the dynasty, wearing aegis around neck. Reverse.ΠTOΛEMAIOY BAΣIΛEΩΣ, eagle standing left on thunderbolt, wings closed, in front regnal year LI ( year 10 = 108/7 BC) behind mint signature ΠA. Ref:Sv.1671, SNG Cop 356-57, BMC pg 108.63-64, Noeske 308-311, Paphos hoard I 961-999. Good very fine

£150


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VENICE. Pietro Gradenigo AD 1289-1311. AR. Grosso. ( 2.12g, 20.7mm, 6h )

VENICE. Pietro Gradenigo AD 1289-1311. AR. Grosso. ( 2.12g, 20.7mm, 6h )

IC-XC, the redeemer enthroned holding book of gospels, annulet lower right panel of throne. Reverse.(P)E•GRADONICO D/V/X - •S M.VENETI•, Saint Mark standing right holding book of gospels, holding banner with right hand with doge standing left. Ref:CNI VII 53.10. Good very fine, flan slightly buckled.

£45


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