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**GREEK COINS**

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#5850:  Greek Silver 1/8th Shekel, 
Phoenicia - 4th Century BC 

Obv:
  Galley, Waves beneath
Rev:
  Diety slaying Lion
Diameter:
   12 mm across (2/3rds the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine

SOLD $29.95 plus shipping

 

 

 

 

#10301:  Greek Bronze, Seleukid Dynasty 
3rd to 1st Cent BC 

Nicer than Photo Shows

Diameter: 
18 mm (about size of a US Penny)

SOLD $9.95 plus shipping

 

#10322: Greek Bronze (AE21) - 3rd Century BC, 
Macedonia!!

Obv:  Athena
Rev:
  Lion Leapinga
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter (the size of a US Nickel but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

                 SOLD     $7.95  plus shipping

 

 

#10323:  Greek Bronze, Seleukid Dynasty 
3rd to 2nd Cent BC 

Eros (Same as Cupid)/Headdress of Isis

Nicer than Photo Shows

Diameter: 
18 mm (about size of a US Penny)

SOLD $17.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10324:  Greek Bronze, Amphilopolis 
2nd to 1st Cent BC 

Nicer than Photo Shows

Diameter:  20
mm (about size of a US Nickel and thicker)

SOLD $16.95 plus shipping

 

#10325:  Greek Bronze, Macedonian Empire -
Philip II - Father of Alelxander the Great
4th Cent BC 

Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 

Historical Context:  See Alexander the Great Page 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:  about Fine

SOLD $19.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10349:  Greek Bronze, Macedonian Empire -
Philip II - Father of Alelxander the Great
4th Cent BC 

Commemorates an OLYMPIC GAMES VICTORY !! 

Historical Context:  See Alexander the Great Page 

Obv:  Apollo
Rev:  Youth on Horseback
Diameter:  16 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime, but 2-3 times as thick)
Condition:  about Fine

SOLD $7.95 plus shipping

 

#10336: Greek Bronze (AE21) - 3rd Century BC, 

Obv:  Athena
Rev:
  Trophy
Diameter:
  21 mm diameter (the size of a US Nickel but twice as thick)
Condition:
  about Fine

                 SOLD     $19.95  plus shipping

 

 

#10355: Bronze (AE20) – 3rd Century BC, 
Mesembria

Historical Context:
 
Mesembria was a colony of Thrace , built at the end of the 7th century B.C., on the SE coast of Thrace , between Maroneia and Alexandroupolis. The city flourished in the 5th and 4th centuries B.C. but started to decline during the Macedonian occupation and later in Roman times. There is, though, evidence of sporadic habitation on the site as late as the 6th century A.D.  

Obv:  Female Head
Rev:
  Athena Advancing right, Brandishing Spear
Diameter:
  20 mm diameter 
(about the size of a US Nickel, almost 2 times as thick)

Condition:
  Fine, nice patina

               SOLD    $17.95  plus shipping

 

 

 
 
   
   
**CELTIC COINS**
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#7086:  Celtic Silver Drachm - 4th to 3rd Century BC 

Obv:
  Alexander the Great as Herakles
Rev:
  Zeus seated, holding Eagle
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Typical for these, chipped

SOLD   $24.95 plus shipping

 

 

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#5496:  Celtic Silver Drachm - 4th to 3rd Century BC 

Obv:
  Herakles, mostly smooth
Rev:
  Smooth
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Typical for these

SOLD $12.95 plus shipping

 

 

   
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#7089:  Celtic Silver Drachm - 4th to 3rd Century BC 

Obv:
  Smooth
Rev:
  Partial Impression
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Typical for these

SOLD $8.95 plus shipping

 

 

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#7090:  Celtic Silver Drachm - 4th to 3rd Century BC 

Obv:
  Smooth
Rev:
  Partial Impression
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Typical for these

SOLD $8.95 plus shipping

 

 

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#7091:  Celtic Silver Drachm - 4th to 3rd Century BC 

Obv:
  Smooth
Rev:
  Partial Impression
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Typical for these

SOLD $8.95 plus shipping

 

 

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#7092:  Celtic Silver Drachm - 4th to 3rd Century BC 

Obv:
  Smooth
Rev:
  Partial Impression
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Typical for these

SOLD $8.95 plus shipping

 

 

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#7093:  Celtic Silver Drachm - 4th to 3rd Century BC 

Obv:
  Smooth
Rev:
  Partial Impression
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Typical for these

SOLD $8.95 plus shipping

 

 

 

#10338:  Celtic Bronze Coin - 4th to 3rd Century BC 

Obv:
  Bull
Rev:
  Boar
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Typical for these

SOLD $12.95 plus shipping

   


**JEWISH COINS**
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#5475:  Jewish Bronze - 37 to 44 AD,
Herod Agrippa, Governor under Claudius 
AE18

Obv:  Canopy
Rev:
  Barley Stalks
Diameter:
   18 mm across (about the diameter of a US Dime)
Condition:
  about Fine

SOLD $18.95 plus shipping

 

#10333:  JEWISH COIN - 9 to 12 AD, 
Governor of JUDEA under AUGUSTUS !! 
Marcus Ambibulus !!

Obv:  Palm Tree
Rev:
  Wheat Stalk with Legend
Diameter:
  15 mm diameter (slightly smaller than a US Dime)
Condition:
  V Good

SOLD   $18.95 plus shipping

 

#10343: JEWISH Bronze - 26 to 36 AD, PONTIUS PILATE !! Governor of JUDEA which Sentenced JESUS CHRIST to Death on the Cross !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted in ANCIENT JUDEA between 26 to 36 BC when PONTIUS PILATE was the Governor (Prefect) of JUDEA.  Pontius Pilate is best known in history for being the Governor that sentenced Jesus Christ to death on The Cross.  He was supposedly a ruthless governor.  He engineered a massacre of Samaritans and was later removed by Roman Emperor Tiberius as a result.  He later attempted to evade responsibility in the trial of Jesus in part because of his fear of the high priests’ power.  According to tradition he committed suicide at Rome, a fitting end. He is attested in the works of Josephus and Eusebius.

Obv:  Litius
Rev:  Wreath
Diameter:  16 mm diameter (slightly smaller than a US Dime)
Condition: 
Fine

SOLD $34.95 plus shipping



**ROMAN COINS**
#10334:  Roman Bronze, Greek Colony 
1st Cent BC to 1st Cent AD

Augustus/Oxen Pulling Plow
Ref:  Founding of a City

Nicer than Photo Shows

Diameter: 
18 mm (about size of a US Penny)

SOLD $17.95 plus shipping

#10340:  Roman Bronze, Gallienus 
3rd Cent AD



Nicer than Photo Shows

Diameter: 
19 mm (about size of a US Penny)

SOLD $12.95 plus shipping

 

#10339  Roman Bronze, Greek Colony 
1st Cent BC to 1st Cent AD

Augustus/Double Headed Axe

Nicer than Photo Shows

Diameter: 
16 mm (about size of a US Dime)

SOLD $15.95 plus shipping

#10450: ROMAN Bronze - 4th Cent AD


Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine

         SOLD $6.95 plus shipping

 

#10451: ROMAN Bronze - 4th Cent AD


Diameter:
  16 mm diameter (about size of a US Dime)
Condition:
  Fine

         SOLD  $3.95 plus shipping

 

#10452: ROMAN Bronze - 350 AD, Constans
Early CHRISTIAN Emperor

SHARP !!

Obv:  Constans
Rev:  Victory Wreath
Diameter:  16 mm diameter (about size of a US Dime)
Condition: 
almost Very Fine

         SOLD $14.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10453: ROMAN COIN – 320 AD, 
CONSTANTINE THE GREAT
First CHRISTIAN EMPEROR !!  
307 to 337 AD

Constantine the Great in Death Veil !!!

Obv:  Constantine the Great (in Death Veil)
Rev:  Him Driving Tririga
Diameter:  14 mm diameter (about 4/5ths the size of a US Dime)
Condition: 
Fine

         SOLD $12.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10348: ROMAN COIN – 290 AD, 
Diocletian 284 to 310 AD

Obv:  Diocletian
Rev:  Jupiter Standing
Diameter:  21 mm diameter (about the size of a US Nickel)
Condition:  Good

        SOLD $7.95 plus shipping

 

#10350: ROMAN EGYPT COIN – 290 AD, 
Diocletian 284 to 310 AD

Obv:  Diocletian
Rev:  Victory
Diameter:  19 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny but twice as thick)
Condition: 
Good

        SOLD $7.95 plus shipping

 

#10351: ROMAN COIN – 350 AD, Constantius II !! 
Early CHRISTIAN Emperor
Commemorates the End of Persian War !!

Historical Context:  This coin was minted by the ROMAN EMPIRE during the reign of Constantius II (337-361 AD). Constantius, the second son of Constantine I and Fausta, was given the rank of Caesar in 324, soon after the defeat of Licinius. On the division of the Empire he received all the eastern territories from Asia Minor to Cyrenaica, and 2 years later he acquired Thrace. In 360 his cousin Julian had been proclaimed Augustus at Paris by his troops. When Constantius set out Paris, he was attacked by fever and died.

Obv:  Constantius II
Rev:
  Emperor with Captive at his Feet
Diameter:
  23 mm diameter (larger than a US Nickel)
Condition:
  Fine

         SOLD   $14.95 plus shipping

 

#10354: ROMAN COIN – Honorius:
394 to 423 AD

Obv:  Honorius
Rev:  Him being crowned by Victory
Diameter:  17 mm diameter (about the size of a US Dime)
Condition: 
Good

        SOLD $9.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10356: ROMAN COIN – Claudius Gothicus:
Late 3rd Century AD


"The Winston Churchill of Rome"

Obv:  Claudius Gothicus
Rev:  Deity Standing
Diameter:  20 mm diameter (about the size of a US Nickel)
Condition: 
Good

        SOLD   $12.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10357: ROMAN COIN – Constantine II
Mid 4th Century AD

Obv:  Constantine II
Rev:  Constantine II Standing holding weapons
Diameter:  15 mm diameter (almost the size of a US Dime)
Condition: 
Good

        SOLD $ 4.95 plus shipping

 

 

#10360: ROMAN COIN – Septimius Severus
Early 3rd Century AD

Obv:  Septimius Severus
Rev:  Aequitas, Roman "Equity"
Diameter:  19 mm diameter (about the size of a US Penny)
Condition: 
Good/V Good

        SOLD $ 14.95 plus shipping


   
   
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