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Grange Hotel Bracknell, Charles Square, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 1ED
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Auction 169
Ancient Coins Ancient (20) Quarter Obol Teos-Ionia Tetartemorion, c.500BC, Head of Griffin right/Quadripart incuse square, About Fine. Mysia - Parion Diobol c.480BC Gorgon's Head/Incuse square containing cruciform square, pellet in centre, 1.64 grammes, About Fine/Fine. Thrace - Chersonesos 386-338BC McCLean 4091 Forepart of Lion right. head reverted/Quardipart incuse square with AG over dot in one section, bucranium in another NVF with good metal. Mysia - Parion Hemidrachm c.400-300BC Head of Gorgon facing/PA-RI above and below Bull standing left, with head turned right, bucranium below, BMC 19 Fine. Mysia - Parion Hemidrachm Head of Gorgon facing with tongue protruding, surrounded by serpents/Bull standing left, struck off-centre with much of the bull off-flan 2.36 grammes, About Fine. - Massalia Obol 4th Century BC Youthful head of left/Wheel of four spokes M in one angle, largely off-centre, 0.5 grammes, Depeyrot 64 Fine. Thrace - Thasos Obol 450-425BC Satyr keeling left holding kantharos/Amphora, 0.95 grammes, BMC 53 Good Fine with edge crack. Caria - Kos Hemiobol, 0.65 grammes, Crab/square with dot in one angle, Fine. Lesbos Hemiobol c.525-475BC Head of Attis right wearing Phyrgian cap/incuse square Fine. Lesbos-Mytilene 1/36 stater, , Two Eyes/Incuse square 0.82 grammes Fine or slightly better with some edge cracks. Ionia, uncertain mint 8-Rayed star/Incuse square, c.5th Century BC, 0.72 grammes, 8mm diameter, Fine or slightly better. - Akragas Penion c.460-446BC Eagle standing right/5 dots denoting mark of value 9mm diameter, 0.96 grammes. Apollonia Pontica, Thrace c.420-+300BC, Gorgon facing with open mouth, tongue protruding/Upright anchor with crayfish in right field, 2.75 grammes Fine with some encrustation. Ionia - Miletos Silver 1/12th , 6th Century BC9mm diameter, 0.95 grammes Lion's Head left/Star ornament within an incuse square, Sear 3533, Fine. Thraco-n Tribes Silver Hemiobol Spearhead/Quadripartite incuse square with dot in each angle, 8mm diameter, 0.69 grammes, Fine or better. Maroneia - Thrace 398-385BC Forepart of Horse left/Grapevine within dotted square, letters indistinct, 2.2 grammes VG, Ionia - Kolophon Tetartemorion c.450BC, 0.22 grammes, 7mm diameter, Head right/incuse square with dot in one angle VG with some encrustation. Kingdom of Macedonia, Demetrios Poliorketes Ae11 c.290-287BC, Helmeted Head Right/Prow right with BA above AIX below Fine with some surface dirt. - I, as Satrap, Silver Hemidrachm, Head right in elephant skin headdress/ Alkidemos walking right brandishing spear and shield, 1.21 grammes, 10mm diameter, Fine. Bruttium Hemidrachm Lion facing/TAMБ in cross within circle, 9.5mm diameter, 1.31 grammes, Fine
£300

Auction 167
Ancient Coins Ancients and (30) Miletos, Ionia, One Twelfth late 6th Century BC, an imitative issue, d with traces of silver plating Obv: Head of Lion, Rev: Star Ornament within incuse square. Kyzikos,Mysia ( Minor) Hemi, Obv: Forepart of running boar with tunny facing upward behind, Rev: Head of roaring lion with K retrograde above, all within an incuse square. Kamarina, (413-405 BC) Onkia (Uncia) Obv: Head of Gorgon, Rev: Owl holding lizard, with KAM to left, a single pellet denoting the unit of currency. n Kingdom Philip II (359-336 BC) Ae18 Obv: Head of , right with hair bound with tania, Rev: Naked youth on horse, right, little lettering still visible. Macedonian Kingdom/ of Alexander (336-323 BC) Ae20 Uncertain Mint, Obv: Head of cles in lion-skin head-dress, Rev: AΛE≡ANANAP Bow and Quiver above with club below. Antigonid Kingdom Demetrios Poloirketes (294-288 BC) Ae14 uncertain mint, Obv: Head of Demetrios right wearing crested Helmet, Rev: Prow of galley with BA above. Antigonos Gonatas (277-239 BC) Head of Young Heracles clad in lions skin, Rev: Naked youth on horse right, BA in upper fields. Perseus (179-168 BC) Ae19 Head of Perseus wearing winged cap with raised sword to right, Rev: Eagle with wings open standing left on thunderbolt below. Thracis () Lysimachos (323-281 BC) Ae14Obv: Head of Heracles, right clad in lions skin, Rev: two-line inscription within corn wreath. Mesopotamia, , Asia Minor Seleukos I, Nikator (312-280 BC) Ae19 Obv: Winged Head of Med, Rev: Bull butting BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΣEΛEYKOY and ≡ in field below. Antiochos II (261-246 BC) Ae12 Obv: Diademed Head right, Rev: Apollo seated naked on Omphalos, the sacred stone of Delphi, holding bow and arrow BAΣIΛEΩΣ ANTIOXOY (partly off flan). Seleukos II, Kings, Kallinikos (246-226 BC) Ae17 Obv: Head of in crested Corinthian Helmet, Rev: Nike standing left holding palm EY in field to left. Antiochos IV, Epiphanes (175-164 BC) Ae Chalkos, Obv: Radiate head right, Rev: Tyche enthroned and holding Nike with bird at feet, inscription mostly off flan, Antiochos VI Serrate Obv: Head of Antiochos as Dionysus, right, radiate and wreathed with ivy, Rev: Elephant advancing left holding torch with his trunk ΣTA over star in right field EПIфANOYΣ ΔIONYΣOY below. Antiochos VIII (121-96 BC) Ae19 Obv: Radiate Head right, Rev: Eagle standing left in background. Antiochos IX (113-95 BC) Ae19 Obv: Diademed head right, Rev: seated left holding Nike and sceptre AK below. Egypt - The Ptolemaic Kingdom I, Soter (305-283 BC) Ae27 Obv: Laureate Head of Zeus, Rev: Eagle standing left on thunderbolt legend unclear. Ptolemy II, Philadelphos (285-246 BC) Ae28 Obv: Laureate Head of Zeus right, Rev: Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, with wings open, AM in left field. Ptolemy V, Epiphanes (204-180 BC) Silver Di Obv: Draped Bust of Ptolemy right, as Dionysus diademed and wreathed in ivy, ornamented pole over shoulder, Rev: Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, wings open. Ptolemy VI, Philometor and II (180-145 BC) Ae28 Obv: Head of Cleopatra I as Isis, Rev: Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, wings open, monogram ПA to left of eagle. Kingdom of Syracuse - Sicily Heiron II (275-216 BC) Ae18 Obv: Head of , left, wearing tainia, Rev: Ornamented Trident Head between two dolphins dividing IEPΩ - NOS in lower field. Republic of Syracuse - Sicily (214-212 BC) Ae22 Obv: Laureate Head of Apollo, left, Rev: Castor and Pollux on horseback, right. Thessalian League, Thessaly, Central , 196-146 BC Ae20 Obv: Laureate head of Apollo, right Rev: Athene Itonia. Kingdom of Pontus - , and Asia Minor - Mithradates VI, Eupator 'The Great; (120-63 BC) Obverse: Head of Athena, right wearing triple-crested helmet ornamented with Pegasus, the winged horse, Rev: Pegasus standing, facing, holding harp (hooked sword) and head of the Gorgon Medusa, whose body lies at his feet. City Issue of the Republic - City of Leukas, Akarnania (West Coast of Greece) after 167 BC, Obv: Head of Young Heracles in lions skin, Club right, legend unclear. Tarsos Cilicia, after 164 BC, Ae16 Obv: Turretted head of Tyche, Rev: Sandan standing right, on winged and horned lion, carrying bow-case and sword. City of Tyre, (Lebano
£300

Auction 164
Ancient Coins Ancient Ptolemaic 246-222BC, Obverse: I wearing aegis, Reverse: wearing taenia, Kyrene Mint, Fine or better
£38 London Coins : A164 : Lot 803 : Ancient Greece Nomos Ptolemaic 246-222BC, Obverse: Ptolemy I wearing aegis, Reverse: Libya wearing t... London Coins : A164 : Lot 803 : Ancient Greece Nomos Ptolemaic 246-222BC, Obverse: Ptolemy I wearing aegis, Reverse: Libya wearing t...

Auction 164
Ancient Coins Ae30 Ptolemaic 246-222BC III Euergetes Diabol, Obverse Head of wearing tainia ПTOΛERMAIOY BAΣIΛEΩΣ, Reverse: Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. No symbol in left field. Tyre Mint Fine
£24 London Coins : A164 : Lot 807 : Egypt Ae30 Ptolemaic 246-222BC Ptolemy III Euergetes Diabol, Obverse Head of Zeus wearing tainia ПT... London Coins : A164 : Lot 807 : Egypt Ae30 Ptolemaic 246-222BC Ptolemy III Euergetes Diabol, Obverse Head of Zeus wearing tainia ПT...

Auction 163
Ancient Coins Ptolemaic Kings of , I (305BC) BMC19 Fine with some surface marks
£220 London Coins : A163 : Lot 217 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Gold Triobol Ptolemy I (305BC) BMC19 Fine with some surface marks London Coins : A163 : Lot 217 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Gold Triobol Ptolemy I (305BC) BMC19 Fine with some surface marks

Auction 163
Ancient Coins I, (305BC) Sidon Mint Obverse: head of right, Reverse: Eagle standing left. Near Fine, and accompanying Ptolemy , Fine
£48 London Coins : A163 : Lot 254 : Tetradrachm Ptolemy I,  (305BC) Sidon Mint Obverse: head of Zeus right, Reverse: Eagle standing left... London Coins : A163 : Lot 254 : Tetradrachm Ptolemy I,  (305BC) Sidon Mint Obverse: head of Zeus right, Reverse: Eagle standing left...

Auction 161
Ancient Coins Ptolemaic Kings of , VI (163BC) Paphos Mint Fine the reverse with some surface cracks
£85 London Coins : A161 : Lot 1403 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Cyprus Tetradrachm Ptolemy VI (163BC) Paphos Mint Fine the reverse with so... London Coins : A161 : Lot 1403 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Cyprus Tetradrachm Ptolemy VI (163BC) Paphos Mint Fine the reverse with so...

Auction 161
Ancient Coins Ptolemaic Kings of VI Philometor 156/5BC Ae40 BMC59 Fine
£70

Auction 161
Ancient Coins Ptolemaic Kings of II Ae42 250BC Obverse Bust of , right, Reverse Eagle standing, left Fine
£40 London Coins : A161 : Lot 1400 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt Ptolemy II Ae42 250BC Obverse Bust of Zeus, right, Reverse Eagle standing, ... London Coins : A161 : Lot 1400 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt Ptolemy II Ae42 250BC Obverse Bust of Zeus, right, Reverse Eagle standing, ...

Auction 161
Ancient Coins Ptolemaic Kings of IV Ae42 (217-204BC) BMC42 Obverse Bust of , right, Reverse Eagle standing left, VG
£40 London Coins : A161 : Lot 1401 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt Ptolemy IV Ae42 (217-204BC) BMC42 Obverse Bust of Zeus, right, Reverse Eagl... London Coins : A161 : Lot 1401 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt Ptolemy IV Ae42 (217-204BC) BMC42 Obverse Bust of Zeus, right, Reverse Eagl...

Auction 160
Ancient Coins Ptolemaic Kings of . (3) II and X. C, 107-101 BC. Ar . Alexandria. Obv; Diademed head right, aegis round neck. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, LIB/ (year 12 of Cleopatra, and year 9 of Ptolemy) to left, MA behind. SNG Copenhagen 359; Svoronos 1728. Dark tone. 14.29g. NVF, Ptolemy II. C, 285-246 BC. Ar tetradrachm. Alexandria mint. Obv; Diad head of Ptolemy right. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, shield behind, monograms before. BMC.- - Sv.530 pl. 12/4 (8 ex.) - Cop.- - Delepierre- - Gülnar 2/3943 pl. 124. Porous surfaces with small chip on edge. 13.68g. G Fine, Ptolemy VI Philometor. Second sole reign, C, 163-145 BC. Ae28. Alexandreia mint. Obv; Head of Isis right, wearing wreath of grain ears, and her hair in long curls. Rev; Eagle with open wings standing left on thunderbolt; ΠΑ monogram to left. Svoronos 1384. Some surface pitting. 15.60g. Fine
£180

Auction 159
Ancient Coins . IV Philopator. . C, 225-205 BC. Alexandria. Obv; Jugate busts to right of Serapis, laureate, bearded and draped, and Isis, crowned, diademed and draped. Rev;BAΣΙΛEΩΣ ΠTOΛE>AΙOY Eagle with closed wings standing on thunderbolt to left, his head turned back to right, with double cornucopiae at his shoulder; between eagle's legs, ΔΙ. BMFA 2284. SNG Copenhagen 197. Svoronos 1124. Some surface deposits. 13.26g. NVF
£380 London Coins : A159 : Lot 579 : Egypt. Ptolemy IV Philopator. Tetradrachm. C, 225-205 BC. Alexandria. Obv; Jugate busts to right of ... London Coins : A159 : Lot 579 : Egypt. Ptolemy IV Philopator. Tetradrachm. C, 225-205 BC. Alexandria. Obv; Jugate busts to right of ...

Auction 159
Ancient Coins Ptolemaic Kings of . VI. C, 180-170 BC. Ar . Salamis. Obv; Diademed head right, aegis round neck. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, LI to left,EA behind. SNG Copenhagen--. Dark tone and slightly porous. 13.31g. VF
£260 London Coins : A159 : Lot 587 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt.  Ptolemy VI.  C, 180-170 BC.  Ar Tetradrachm.  Salamis.  Obv; Diademed hea... London Coins : A159 : Lot 587 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt.  Ptolemy VI.  C, 180-170 BC.  Ar Tetradrachm.  Salamis.  Obv; Diademed hea...

Auction 159
Ancient Coins Ptolemaic Kings of , III. C, 246-222 BC. Ae 35. Obv; Diademed head of -Ammon r. Rev; Eagle with closed wings standing l. on thunderbolt; club to l. Svoronos 706; SNG Copenhagen 494. Patchy dark patina. 36.73g. G Fine
£65 London Coins : A159 : Lot 584 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Ptolemy III.  C, 246-222 BC. Ae 35.  Obv; Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon r. R... London Coins : A159 : Lot 584 : Ptolemaic Kings of Egypt, Ptolemy III.  C, 246-222 BC. Ae 35.  Obv; Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon r. R...

Auction 156
Ancient Coins . II. Ar . C, 285-246 BC. Alexandria mint. Rev; Eagle standing left, monogram and shield in field. SNG Cop 110. Clipped edge. 12.89g G Fine
£90 London Coins : A156 : Lot 1650 : Egypt.  Ptolemy II.  Ar tetradrachm.  C, 285-246 BC.  Alexandria mint.  Rev; Eagle standing left, mo... London Coins : A156 : Lot 1650 : Egypt.  Ptolemy II.  Ar tetradrachm.  C, 285-246 BC.  Alexandria mint.  Rev; Eagle standing left, mo...

Auction 156
Ancient Coins . II. Ae 40. C, 285-246 BC. Alexandria mint. Rev; Two eagles standing left, monogram between first eagles legs. SNG Cop 145. Some surface deposits. 67.01g. G Fine
£75 London Coins : A156 : Lot 1649 : Egypt.  Ptolemy II.  Ae 40.  C, 285-246 BC.  Alexandria mint.  Rev; Two eagles standing left, monogr... London Coins : A156 : Lot 1649 : Egypt.  Ptolemy II.  Ae 40.  C, 285-246 BC.  Alexandria mint.  Rev; Two eagles standing left, monogr...

Auction 156
Ancient Coins . III. Ae 25. C, 246-221 BC. Alexandria mint. Rev; Eagle standing l, cornucopiae in field left. SNG Cop 178. Even dark patina. 11.51g. NVF
£36 London Coins : A156 : Lot 1651 : Egypt.  Ptolemy III.  Ae 25.  C, 246-221 BC.  Alexandria mint.  Rev; Eagle standing l, cornucopiae i... London Coins : A156 : Lot 1651 : Egypt.  Ptolemy III.  Ae 25.  C, 246-221 BC.  Alexandria mint.  Rev; Eagle standing l, cornucopiae i...

Auction 155
Ancient Coins VI Philometor. First sole reign, C, 180-170 BC. Ae45. mint. Obv; Diademed head of -Ammon right. Rev; Eagle with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt; lotus flower in left field. Svoronos 1403. Even brown tone. Scarce. 86.62g. Fine
£100

Auction 155
Ancient Coins III Euergetes. C, 246-222 BC. Ae35. Alexandreia mint. Obv; Diademed head of -Ammon right. Rev; Eagle with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt; filleted cornucopia to left, XP monogram between legs. Svoronos 965. Dark tone and porous. 30.25g. G Fine
£50 London Coins : A155 : Lot 461 : Ptolemy III Euergetes. C, 246-222 BC.  Ae35.  Alexandreia mint.  Obv; Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon ri... London Coins : A155 : Lot 461 : Ptolemy III Euergetes. C, 246-222 BC.  Ae35.  Alexandreia mint.  Obv; Diademed head of Zeus-Ammon ri...

Auction 154
Ancient Coins Ar . . VIII Euergetes. C, 170-116 BC. Obv; Diademed bust of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis. Rev; ΠΤΟΛΕΜΑΙΟΥ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ, eagle standing left on thunderbolt. GCV 7908 var. Toned. NVF
£70 London Coins : A154 : Lot 1528 : Ar tetradrachm.  Egypt.  Ptolemy VIII Euergetes.  C, 170-116 BC.  Obv; Diademed bust of Ptolemy I ri... London Coins : A154 : Lot 1528 : Ar tetradrachm.  Egypt.  Ptolemy VIII Euergetes.  C, 170-116 BC.  Obv; Diademed bust of Ptolemy I ri...

Auction 153
Ancient Coins Ar . . II. C, 285-246 BC. Tyre mint. Obv; Diademed bust of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt; monogram and club before. Svoronos 644; SNG Copenhagen 482-3. Counter/test marks. 14.16g. G Fine
£70

Auction 152
Ancient Coins I (308-305 BC) Reverse Eagle to left NVF with mottled surfaces
£100 London Coins : A152 : Lot 1908 : Egypt Tetradrachm Ptolemy I (308-305 BC) Reverse Eagle to left NVF with mottled surfaces London Coins : A152 : Lot 1908 : Egypt Tetradrachm Ptolemy I (308-305 BC) Reverse Eagle to left NVF with mottled surfaces

Auction 151
Ancient Coins Ar . III & IX Soter II (Lathyros). C, 116-107 BC . Alexandreia mint. Dated RY 8 (110/9 BC). Obv; Diademed head of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, with wings closed; LH (date) to left, ΠA to right. Svoronos 1669. Grey tone. 13.95g. VF
£90 London Coins : A151 : Lot 1989 : Ar Tetradrachm.   Cleopatra III & Ptolemy IX Soter II (Lathyros). C, 116-107 BC . Alexandreia mi... London Coins : A151 : Lot 1989 : Ar Tetradrachm.   Cleopatra III & Ptolemy IX Soter II (Lathyros). C, 116-107 BC . Alexandreia mi...

Auction 151
Ancient Coins Ar . III & IX Soter II (Lathyros). C, 116-107 BC . Alexandreia mint. Dated RY 9 (109/8 BC). Obv; Diademed head of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, with wings closed; LH (date) to left, ΠA to right. Svoronos 1670. Grey tone. 14.27g. VF
£90 London Coins : A151 : Lot 1990 : Ar Tetradrachm.   Cleopatra III & Ptolemy IX Soter II (Lathyros). C, 116-107 BC . Alexandreia mi... London Coins : A151 : Lot 1990 : Ar Tetradrachm.   Cleopatra III & Ptolemy IX Soter II (Lathyros). C, 116-107 BC . Alexandreia mi...

Auction 148
Ancient Coins Ar VIII, 145-146BC, Paphos, head of Ptolemy I r. rev. eagle date to l. ΠA to r. (GCV 7908) EF
£140 London Coins : A148 : Lot 1409 : Greek Ar Tetradrachm Ptolemy VIII, 145-146BC, Paphos, head of Ptolemy I r. rev. eagle date to l. &Pi... London Coins : A148 : Lot 1409 : Greek Ar Tetradrachm Ptolemy VIII, 145-146BC, Paphos, head of Ptolemy I r. rev. eagle date to l. &Pi...

Auction 148
Ancient Coins Ar II 285-246BC Rev.eagle standing l. on thunderbolt GCV 7771 VF with some porosity
£120 London Coins : A148 : Lot 1408 : Greek Ar Tetradrachm Ptolemy II 285-246BC Rev.eagle standing l. on thunderbolt GCV 7771 VF with some... London Coins : A148 : Lot 1408 : Greek Ar Tetradrachm Ptolemy II 285-246BC Rev.eagle standing l. on thunderbolt GCV 7771 VF with some...

Auction 147
Ancient Coins Ae 40. II. C, 253-249 BC. Obv; Head of Ammon. Rev; Eagle standing l on thunderbolt, cornucopiae in field l. Svoronos 1128. Good surfaces. 64.79g. NVF.
£120

Auction 147
Ancient Coins Ae 40. II. C, 253-249 BC. Obv; Head of Ammon. Rev; Two eagles standing l on thunderbolt, cornucopiae in field l. Svoronos 447 var. Good surfaces. 71.87g. Fine.
£60

Auction 145
Ancient Coins Ar. V. C, 204-180 BC. Rev; Eagle standing l on thunderbolt. GCV 7856. Slight frosty surfaces. 13.39g. NVF
£90 London Coins : A145 : Lot 1210 : Tetradrachm Ar.  Ptolemy V.  C, 204-180 BC.  Rev; Eagle standing l on thunderbolt. GCV 7856.  Slight... London Coins : A145 : Lot 1210 : Tetradrachm Ar.  Ptolemy V.  C, 204-180 BC.  Rev; Eagle standing l on thunderbolt. GCV 7856.  Slight...

Auction 145
Ancient Coins Ancients Ar (3) X , Bohemund and a 17th century . Mixed grades and conditions.
£60

Auction 142
Ancient Coins of s and bronzes. s from and silvers from Lucania, Alexander, Ptolemy, Athens (pierced) and Thessalian league (pierced). Various condition and grades. [14] Poor to NVF
£320

Auction 141
Ancient Coins Group of mixed ancients. 2 X ; Ar and a drachm. 4 X s from the Republic to III plus 4 other copies of ancient Roman coins. Various grades. G Fine to GVF. [10]
£170

Auction 141
Ancient Coins Ae 40. IV. C, 221-205 BC. Obv; Head of right. Rev; Eagle standing left, double cornucopiae before. ?I between legs. Alexandrian mint. SNG Cop 199. Even dark tone. 71.83g. N VF
£80 London Coins : A141 : Lot 1017 : Ae 40. Ptolemy IV. C, 221-205 BC. Obv; Head of Zeus right. Rev; Eagle standing left,... London Coins : A141 : Lot 1017 : Ae 40. Ptolemy IV. C, 221-205 BC. Obv; Head of Zeus right. Rev; Eagle standing left,...

Auction 141
Ancient Coins Group of 4 s. Examples from (1) and (3). Various grades and some interesting types. Fine to G Fine. [4]
£60

Auction 141
Ancient Coins X 2. Parthia. Vologases IV. Ar . C, 147-191 AD. Sellwood 84. I Soter. Ae . C, 289-288 BC. SNG Cop 76-79 var. Both around G Fine
£55

Auction 140
Ancient Coins A of (199) in (42) and (157) housed in a cabinet, The collector remarks: 'The Autonomous Coinage of Phoenicia, although firmly within the series, is remarkable for its maritime imagery and unique script, including several early dated series. The strategic location of Phoenicia (modern ) led to repeated incursions by Alexander and his successors, the Ptolemies and s, and ultimately by the s ; a turbulent history reflected in a further wealth of coin types'. Lot includes s (16) Aradus (2), of Alexander and obv. Tyche, Berytus (), Ake-Ptolemais (3), of II , Antiochus VIII, and Caracalla, Sidon (3) Ptolemy II, , and obv. Tyche, Tyre (7) Ptolemy II, Melquarth, (3), Caracalla, ; Dis (4) Byblos, Sidon, Tyre (2); a of Aradus and s of Tyre (2), with other silver (20) including two very rare fractions of Gebaal (Byblos) Lion/Lotus type. The copper represents the mints of Aradus, Berytus, Ake, Byblos, Carne, Marathus, Orthosia, Tripolis, 'uncertain mint', Sidon, Tyre, comprising a solid range of autonomous and Roman issues including rarities such as (Berytus), Diadumenian, Rev. Temple of , and Aquileia Severa, both of Tyre. Lot includes Books (3), in mixed grades many in VF a few better, the s in particular worthy of further study and further detailed research
£4,800

Auction 137
Ancient Coins A of mixed ancients. 3 mixed coins. 1 Ar of . 1 I Ar tetradrachm, Alexandrian mint and 1 Lycian Ar (pierced). 4 of (2), and . 1 early Iberian of Castulo. 1 Ar , Rev; PONT MAX TR P COS V; Pax std l. Lastly an unusual lead test piece from the time of . Mixed grades. Poor to NVF [10]
£300

Auction 137
Ancient Coins Ar . XII. Dated year 10, 72-71 BC. Rev; Eagle stdg on thunderbolt. Monograms in fields. Svoronos 1857. Some minor surface marks. G Fine. 13.63g.
£36

Auction 136
Ancient Coins Mixed s plus 1 bronze. 5 late Roman provincial s of Alexandria. 9 Roman small bronzes of the 3rd and 4th centuries. Various grades. Fine to VF. [15]
£110

Auction 136
Ancient Coins Ar . VI. C, 180-145 BC. Arados mint. Year 91. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, monograms in fields. SNG Cop 548. Edges have been rubbed down probably due to being mounted. Slight uneven surfaces but good . Fine. 12.82g.
£40 London Coins : A136 : Lot 1608 : Ar tetradrachm. Ptolemy VI. C, 180-145 BC. Arados mint. Year 91. Rev; Eagle standing left on... London Coins : A136 : Lot 1608 : Ar tetradrachm. Ptolemy VI. C, 180-145 BC. Arados mint. Year 91. Rev; Eagle standing left on...

Auction 129
Ancient Coins Ancient . (3) . II (285 - 246BC). 44mm. and Ptolemy III (246 - 221BC) 42mm. Bronze. Both = Head of ammon right. R. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. Indo-. Menander (c. 160 - 145BC) his heroic bust left. R. standing right and Antoniniani of III and Philip I. First two with corrosion and scratches otherwise F-VF
£130

Auction 128
Ancient Coins Ancient (4) III (246-221 BC) 2x s of 38mm and 26mm. Diad hol of ammon right. R. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt and copies of bakrian Tetradamam of Euthydemos I and lion of carus. Fine or better
£85

Auction 127
Ancient Coins and (4). Includes I (305-283 B.C.) , Illyria silver drachm, kleia silver di and (1222-3) tetradrachm, bust of St. George. All good fine to very fine
£110

Auction 126
Ancient Coins A good of (94) and coins (inc. a run of Emperor's wives) together with a few inc. a of V. Contained in a mahogany cabinet with five trays. Grades mixed but generally good condition.
£1,700

Auction 124
Ancient Coins Ancient and hammered (14). Includes Ae's, , , Carausius, and . Mostly fine
£85

Auction 123
Ancient Coins and mixed lot. Republic Marcia 12 (BC 113-112). Denari of , , Junior. Antoniniani of Philip and III. I , London mint, , Hieron II Ae27. , Ae29. Fine to very fine. (9)
£150

Auction 123
Ancient Coins mixed lot. of Republican issue Marcia, , , II. III silver Antonianus, Lucinius Folles. , Ae31. Fine to good very fine. (7)
£95

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