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Ancient Coins : Auction 175

Date Sold Category Lot Description Sale Price

Auction 175
Ancient Coins Ancients (47), s (2) a mixed group includes and , 336-323BC, Fine, Drachm Alexander the Great 336-323BC Good Fine, c.350BC, Obv. Helmeted bust left, Boar behind, Reverse: Pegasus to left, Good Fine, (c.400BC) About Fine, and includes group of Roman s (10) Ae3 and Ae4 including Aurelian and Valerian types, and many more, includes some fantasy issues, in mixed grades, Fair to Good Fine
£160

Auction 175
Ancient Coins , Obverse: Star and rays, legend in rays but not readable, Reverse Bull left S.247, 1.40 grammes, Fine, comes with old ticket
£65 London Coins : A175 : Lot 1446 : Celtic Bronze Unit , Obverse: Star and rays, legend in rays but not readable, Reverse Bull left S.24... London Coins : A175 : Lot 1446 : Celtic Bronze Unit , Obverse: Star and rays, legend in rays but not readable, Reverse Bull left S.24...

Auction 175
Ancient Coins Durotriges (c.65-58BC) Chute type, Obverse: Crude Head of right, Reverse: Disjointed Horse left with pellets and 'bug' above, triskeles below head, 'crab' between legs, S.22, Van Arsdell 1205-1, 6.09 grammes, Good VF, Ex-CNG Auction 468 Lot 631, Ex-Triton VI sale Jan 2013 Lot 1309
£900 London Coins : A175 : Lot 1447 : Celtic Gold Stater Durotriges (c.65-58BC) Chute type, Obverse: Crude Head of Apollo right, Reverse: ... London Coins : A175 : Lot 1447 : Celtic Gold Stater Durotriges (c.65-58BC) Chute type, Obverse: Crude Head of Apollo right, Reverse: ...

Auction 175
Ancient Coins Durotriges (Mid 1st Century BC to Mid 1st Century AD) S.366, 4.77 grammes, Good Fine
£160 London Coins : A175 : Lot 1448 : Celtic Silver Stater Durotriges (Mid 1st Century BC to Mid 1st Century AD) S.366, 4.77 grammes, Good... London Coins : A175 : Lot 1448 : Celtic Silver Stater Durotriges (Mid 1st Century BC to Mid 1st Century AD) S.366, 4.77 grammes, Good...

Auction 175
Ancient Coins Trinovantes and Cattuvellauni - Epaticcus (c.35-43AD) Obverse Bust right, Reverse: Eagle S.356, 1.24 grammes Good VF, comes with two old tickets
£160 London Coins : A175 : Lot 1449 : Celtic Silver Unit Trinovantes and Cattuvellauni - Epaticcus (c.35-43AD) Obverse Bust right, Reverse... London Coins : A175 : Lot 1449 : Celtic Silver Unit Trinovantes and Cattuvellauni - Epaticcus (c.35-43AD) Obverse Bust right, Reverse...

Auction 175
Ancient Coins - Cantii, uninscribed (Early 1st Century BC) 20mm diameter, 2.01 grammes S.63, Fine, comes with two old tickets
£55 London Coins : A175 : Lot 1450 : Celtic Unit - Potin Cantii, uninscribed (Early 1st Century BC) 20mm diameter, 2.01 grammes S.63, Fin... London Coins : A175 : Lot 1450 : Celtic Unit - Potin Cantii, uninscribed (Early 1st Century BC) 20mm diameter, 2.01 grammes S.63, Fin...

Auction 175
Ancient Coins (13) includes (2) III and Gallienus, with other Ae2, Ae3 and Ae4 types includes Diocletian, Gallienus, Valerian, Tetricus, Valens types, and (2) and Half Follis, in mixed grades Fair to Good Fine
£42

Auction 175
Ancient Coins (4) (193-211AD) Reverse: Sol standing, 3.35 grammes, Good Fine/Fine, Denarius Antonius Pius (138-163AD) Reverse: Fortuna standing, 2.76 grammes, VF with a small metal flaw, Roman Republic Denarius Scribonia Denarius, BMC 3397,Syd. 928, 3.90 grammes Good Fine with a large metal flaw on the reverse, Postumus a large fragment a crescent shaped piece, Reverse: Postumus standing right with spear and globe RIC 83 Fine
£70

Auction 175
Ancient Coins (5) Galerius (303-305AD) Reverse: Genius standing left holding patera and cornucopia, RIC 35, 8.46 grammes, EF, Nummus I, type of 321-323AD, Reverse: Altar with globe, PLON in Exergue, London Mint, 3.47 grammes, GVF, Quinarius Allectus (293-296AD) Reverse: Galley facing right, QC in exergue below, RIC 124, 2.32 grammes, approaching Fine, Follis Constantinus I, Reverse: Sol standing left SF in field, 2.08 grammes Near VF, Carausius BI Radiate London Mint (286-293) Reverse: Pax standing left holding olive branch and transverse RIC V.2 143, 2.97 grammes, VF
£280

Auction 175
Ancient Coins Romulus and Remus VF, sealed, in a wallet
£70

Auction 175
Ancient Coins Romulus and Remus VF, sealed, in a wallet
£70

Auction 175
Ancient Coins s (57) all identified, a wide range of Emperors represented, includes Probus, Tetricus, Victorinus, I, Constantine II, Aurelian, Maximianus, Gratian, Constans, Crispus and more, Fair to VF, the vast majority with dealers tickets with a total ticket price of over £1000
£280

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