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NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - JULIANA, 1948-1980 - gouden dukaat 1974 - Medailleslag

gewicht 3,49gr. ; goud 983/1000 ; Ø 21mm.

De gouden dukaat 1974 werd in muntslag geslagen, d.w.z. kopstaand.
Een klein deel, circa 2000 stuks, werd wel in de gebruikelijke medailleslag
geslagen. De variant is dan ook zeldzaam.

Schulman 1080a ; KM.190.1 R
prooflike

495,00 



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VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 - AR Denarius, Rome (75)

weight 3,44gr. ; silver Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate head of Vespasianus right,
surrounded by the legend;  IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG
rev. Pax, naked to waist, seated left, holding branch extended in right
hand, left hand in lap, surrounded by the legend; PON MAX TR P COS V
I

Cohen 366 ; RIC II¹ 90 ; RIC II² 772 ; BMC 161 ; Sear 2301
vf-

100,00 



VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 - AR Denarius, Rome (74)

weight 3,17gr. ; silver Ø 17mm.

obv. Laureate head of Vespasianus right,
surrounded by the legend;  IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG
rev. Vespasianus seated right on curule chair, holding olive-branch and sceptre,
surrounded by the legend; PON MAX TR P COS V

Cohen 363 ; RIC II¹ 76 ; RIC II² 685 (R) ; BMC 135 ; Sear 2300 R
f+

75,00 



VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 - AR Denarius, Rome (72-73)

weight 3,04gr. ; silver Ø 17mm.

obv. Laureate head of Vspasianus right,  surrounded by the legend; 
IMP CAES VESP AVG P M COS IIII

rev. Vesta seated left, holding simpulum, TRI - POT across field

Cohen 563 ; RIC II¹ 49 ; RIC II² 359 ; BMC 70 ; cf. Sear 2312
vf-

95,00 



VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 - AR Denarius, Ephesos (71)

weight 3,03gr. ; silver Ø 19mm.

obv. Laureate head of Vespasianus right, surrounded by the legend;
IMP CAESAR VESPAS AVG COS III TR PPP
rev. Ceres, draped, seated left in decorated chair with high back,
holding two corn-ears and poppy in right hand and cornucopia in left,
surrounded by the legend; CONCORDIA AVG, EPHE in exergue

Cohen 67 ; BMC 453 ; RIC 1428 ; RPC 830 ; Sear 2269 R
Minor traces of oxidation and light off-centre strike. Rare.
vf-

150,00 



VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 - AE Sestertius, Rome (71)

weight 23,57gr. ; orichalcum Ø 30mm.

obv. Laureate head of Vespasianus right, surrounded by the legend;
IMP CAES VESPAS AVG P M TR P P P COS III
rev. Judaea, veiled, draped, seated right on cuirass under palm-tree, in attitude
of mourning; behind palm-tree, captive standing right with hands bound on back;
various arms around, surrounded by the legend; IVDAEA CAPTA, S C in exergue

The First Jewish–Roman War (66–73 AD), sometimes called the Great Revolt, was the first of three major rebellions by the Jews against the Roman Empire, fought in the Eastern Mediterranean. The First Jewish–Roman War took place in Palestine, mainly in the province of Judea. The Great Revolt began in the year 66 AD, originating in Roman and Jewish ethnic and religious tensions. The crisis escalated due to anti-taxation protests and attacks upon Roman citizens. The experienced and unassuming general Vespasian was given the task, by Nero, of crushing the rebellion in Judaea province. His son Titus was appointed as second-in-command. Given four legions and assisted by forces of King Agrippa II, Vespasian invaded Galilee in 67. Within several months Vespasian and Titus took over the major Jewish strongholds of Galilee and finally overran Jodapatha, which was under the command of Yosef ben Matitiyahu, as well as subdued Tarichaea, which brought an end to the war in Galilee. Vespasian was called to Rome and appointed as Emperor in 69. With Vespasian′s departure, Titus moved to besiege the center of rebel resistance in Jerusalem in early 70. The first two walls of Jerusalem were breached within three weeks, but a stubborn rebel standoff prevented the Roman Army from breaking the third and thickest wall. Following a brutal seven-month siege, during which Zealot infighting resulted in the burning of the entire food supplies of the city, the Romans finally succeeded in breaching the defenses of the weakened Jewish forces in the summer of 70. The Second Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed. Following the fall of Jerusalem, in the year 71 Titus left for Rome, leaving Legion X Fretensis to defeat the remaining Jewish strongholds including Herodium and Machaerus, finalizing the Roman campaign in Masada in 73–74.

Cohen 236 ; RIC 233 ; BMC 532 ; Sear 2325var. R
A very interesting historical coin. Rare.
f/vf

1.850,00 



VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 - AE Sestertius, Rome (71)

weight 22,75gr. ; bronze Ø 31mm.

obv. Laureate head of Vespasianus right, surrounded by the legend;
IMP CAES VESPAS AVG P M TR P P P COS III
rev. Pax standing right, setting fire to arms; Column surmounted by
Minerva, left, lance and shield resting against it; lighted altar, right,
surrounded by the legend; PAX AVGVSTI, S C in exergue

Cohen 336 ; RIC 241 (R2) ; BMC 553 ; Sear- RR
Minor traces of oxidation. Very rare.
f

375,00 



VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 AD - AR Denarius, Ephesos (71)

weight 2,99gr. ; silver Ø 16mm.

obv. Laureate head right  IMP CAESAR VESPAS AVG COS IIII TR PPP
rev. Turred and draped female bust right  PACI ORB TERR AVG

Remarkable cointype with the legend “Paci  Orbis Terrarum Augustae”
(translated; Peace will reign on the whole earth).

RIC registered only 1 piece of this coin type with this date. Extremely rare.

Cohen -  ; cf. RIC II¹ 327 ; RIC II² 1423 (R3) ;
BMC- ; RPC- ; Sear- (cf. 2274)
RRRR

vf+

1.750,00 



VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 AD - AV Aureus, Antiochia (72-73)

weight 7,29gr. ; gold Ø 18mm.
obv. Laureate head right  IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG
rev.  Libertas standing left, holding pileus and sceptre   LIBERTAS AVG

This aureus of Antiochia, struck in 72 (or perhaps early in 73), is of extraordinary artistic and historical interest. Aurei and denarii were minted at the beginning of Vespasians reign, between 69AD. Vespasins aurei from Egypt (?), Syria and Judaea have been divided into four groups. This aureus belongs to the fourth group dated to 72-73 AD and assigned to Antiochia by Metcalf, according to close stylistic parallels with his tetradrachms. The context of the production and issue of Vespasians eastern aurei are better documented than other Roman gold coinage. Indeed, Vespasian, sent to suppress the Jewish Revolt, was proclaimed emperor at the beginning of 69 AD. Tacitus writes that gold and silver were struck at Antiochia, thus, for the levying of troops, the recall of veterans and the maintaining of arms. Returning to Rome, Vespasian left Titus to prosecute the war. Once the war ended, the involved legions were dispatched to Pannonia and Moesia on the Danube because the priorities were to settle the situation on the lower Rhine after the Batavian Revolt and then to renew the full conquest of Britain. This aureus, probably, has been struck to celebrate freedom in the Roman Empire, as indicated by the legend. The issue is certainly part of the Judaea Capta series and it celebrates the end of the First Jewish war.

The mint of this early and extremely rare aureus of Vespasianus has been identified by RIC and RPC as that of Antiochia. It has been struck during the First Jewish War (66-73), in which Vespasian(66-69) and Titus(67-71) were the commanders of the Roman army. To pay the soldiers large quantities of money were needed, and this could be a reason for the coinage in Antiochia. The Romans finally succeeded in breaching the defenses of the weakened Jewish forces in the summer of 70, following the fall of Jerusalem. In the year 71 Titus left for Rome, leaving Legion X Fretensis to defeat the remaining Jewish strongholds including Herodium and Machaerus, finalizing the Roman campaign in Masada in 73–74. With the use of Libertas (freedom), Paci (peace), Pax (peace), Victoria (victory), we can see the motivs on the coins of Antiochia as Roman propaganda. An issue of great importance and fascination referring to the Judean campaign. From this cointype only 1 piece was signalated (hoard Didcot, England). This is probably the second known piece.

Cohen - ; RIC II¹- ; RIC II²1543 ; BMC- ;
RPC.1917 ; Sear- ; Calicó-
RRRR
Extremely rare coin or great historical importance.
vf-

22.500,00 



VESPASIANUS (VESPASIAN), 69-79 - AE Sestertius, Rome (71)

weight 25,59gr. ; orichalcum Ø 34mm.

obv. Laureate head of Vespasianus right, surrounded by the legend;
IMP CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M TR P P P COS III
rev. Victory standing right, resting left foot on helmet, inscribing OB CIV SERV on shield attached to palm-tree; mourning Jewess (Judaea) sits on right, surrounded by the legend; VICTORIA AVGVSTI, S C in exergue

The First Jewish–Roman War (66–73 AD), sometimes called the Great Revolt, was the first of three major rebellions by the Jews against the Roman Empire, fought in the Eastern Mediterranean. The First Jewish–Roman War took place in Palestine, mainly in the province of Judea. The Great Revolt began in the year 66 AD, originating in Roman and Jewish ethnic and religious tensions. The crisis escalated due to anti-taxation protests and attacks upon Roman citizens. The experienced and unassuming general Vespasian was given the task, by Nero, of crushing the rebellion in Judaea province. His son Titus was appointed as second-in-command. Given four legions and assisted by forces of King Agrippa II, Vespasian invaded Galilee in 67. Within several months Vespasian and Titus took over the major Jewish strongholds of Galilee and finally overran Jodapatha, which was under the command of Yosef ben Matitiyahu, as well as subdued Tarichaea, which brought an end to the war in Galilee. Vespasian was called to Rome and appointed as Emperor in 69. With Vespasian′s departure, Titus moved to besiege the center of rebel resistance in Jerusalem in early 70. The first two walls of Jerusalem were breached within three weeks, but a stubborn rebel standoff prevented the Roman Army from breaking the third and thickest wall. Following a brutal seven-month siege, during which Zealot infighting resulted in the burning of the entire food supplies of the city, the Romans finally succeeded in breaching the defenses of the weakened Jewish forces in the summer of 70. The Second Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed. Following the fall of Jerusalem, in the year 71 Titus left for Rome, leaving Legion X Fretensis to defeat the remaining Jewish strongholds including Herodium and Machaerus, finalizing the Roman campaign in Masada in 73–74.

Cohen 625 ; RIC 221 ; BMC 582var. ; Sear 2344var. ; Hendin 1508 R
(cf. New York Sale 2021, lot 116 in vf; USD 3.200 + 20%)
A very interesting historical coin. Rare.
f/vf

1.650,00 



URUGUAY - REPUBLIC - 10 Pesos 1961

weight 12,37gr. ; silver 900/1000 ; Ø 33mm.
KM.43

about unc

9,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - DUITSE BEZETTING (GERMAN OCCUPATION), 1940-1945 - 1 Cent 1944

gewicht 2,00gr. ; zink Ø 17mm.
Schulman 1042 ; KM.170
pr-

10,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - DUITSE BEZETTING (GERMAN OCCUPATION), 1940-1945 - 2 ½ Cent 1941

gewicht 2,78gr. ; zink Ø 20mm.
Schulman 1037 ; KM.171

pr

20,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - DUITSE BEZETTING (GERMAN OCCUPATION), 1940-1945 - 25 Cents 1941

gewicht 4,90gr. ; zink Ø 26mm.
Schulman 1028 ; KM.174
pr-

11,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - DUITSE BEZETTING (GERMAN OCCUPATION), 1940-1945 - 25 Cents 1942

gewicht 4,96gr. ; zink Ø 26mm.
Schulman 1029 ; KM.174
minieme randschade
zfr

2,00 



COMMODUS, 177-192 - AR Denarius, Rome (192)

weight 2,76gr. ; silver Ø 18mm.

obv. Laureate head of Commodus right
L AEL AVREL COMM AVG P FEL
rev. Fortuna Felix, draped, standing left, resting right foot on prow,
holding caduceus in right hand and cornucopia in left hand, 
star in right field  P M TR P XVII IMP VIII COS VII P P

This coin type appears in three reverse varieties;
➀ no star in field ➁ star in left field ➂ star in right field.

Cohen 578 ; RIC 235 ; BMC 324 ; MIR 839 ; Sear 5685
Minor weakness, but nearly as struck. Good portrait. 
unc-

385,00 



COMMODUS, 177-192 - AR Denarius, Rome (181-182)

weight 2,89gr. ; silver Ø 17mm.

obv. Laureate head of Commodus right 
M COMMODVS ANTONINVS AVG
rev. Liberalitas standing left, holding abacus and cornucopiae
LIB AVG V TR P VII IMP IIII COS III PP

Cohen 311 ; RIC 36 ; BMC 70 ; MIR 538 ; Sear 5655
Attractive lustrous coin with excellent portrait.
unc- à xf/unc

325,00 



MARCUS AURELIUS, 161-180 - AR Denarius, Rome (179-180)

weight 3,46gr. ; silver Ø 18mm.

obv.Laureate and draped bust of Marcus Aurelius right, seem from back,
surrounded by the legend; M AVREL ANTONINVS AVG
rev. Fortuna, draped, seated left on low seat, holding rudder set on
ground in right hand and cornucopiae in left hand: wheel under seat,
surrounded by the legend; TR P XXXIIII IMP X COS III P P

Cohen 972 ; RIC 409 ; BMC 805 ; MIR 461 ; Sear-
Wonderful lustrous coin with very sharp details. Mintstate.
unc

550,00 



MARCUS AURELIUS, 161-180 - AE Sestertius, Rome (167-168)

weight 26,04gr. ; bronze Ø 30mm.

obv. Laureate head of Marcus Aurelius right
M ANTONINVS AVG ARM PARTH MAX
rev. Victory, winged, draped, advancing left, holding wreath in extended
right hand and palm, sloped over left shoulder, in left hand
TR POT XXI IMP IIII COS III, S - C across field

Marcus modestly refused the title ′Armeniacus′ when it was given to Lucius Verus
at the end of AD 163, instead waiting until the following year to accept it.

Cohen 815 ; RIC 948 ; BMC 1318 ; MIR 151 ; Sear 5011
Attractive piece with wonderful portrait and dark brown patina.
xf-

1.550,00 



MARCUS AURELIUS, 161-180 - AR Denarius, Rome (168)

weight 3,06gr. ; silver Ø 19mm.

obv.Laureate head right, surrounded by the legend;
M ANTONINVS AVG ARM PARTH MAX
rev. Aequitas, draped, standing left, holding scales in right hand and cornucopiae
in left hand, surrounded by the legend; TR P XXI IMP IIII COS III

Cohen 882 ; RIC 171 ; BMC 435 ; MIR 146 ; Sear 4934
Excellent full lustrous coin with sharp details. Mintstate.
unc

535,00 



MARCUS AURELIUS, 161-180 - AE Dupondius, Rome (162-163)

weight 11,19gr. ; bronze Ø 24mm.

obv. Radiate head of Marcus Aurelius right,
surrounded by the legend; IMP M ANTONINVS AVG TR P XXV
rev. PRIMI / DECEN / NALIS / COS III / S C within oak-wreath

Cohen 498 ; RIC 1008 ; BMC 1407 ; MIR 219
Attractive dark green patina. 
vf/xf à vf+

350,00 



AEOLIS, KYME - PYTHAS, magistrate - AE 20, circa 160-140 BC

weight 9,85gr. ; bronze  Ø 20mm.

obv. Head of the Amazon Kyme to right, wearing diadem and chignon
rev. Horse standing to right, foreleg raised above oinochoe, KYMAI / ΩN above,
ΠYΘAΣ in exergue

BMC 67-68 ; SNG.Copenhagen 102 ; McClean 7896 ; SNG.Tübingen 2699 ;
SNG.von Aulock 1635 ; SNG.München 498 ; Weber collection 5499 ;
Mionnet Supp VI, 105 ; Lindgren collection 396 ; Hunter 10 ; Sear 4192 ;
SNG Lewis 872-873

minor traces of oxidation
f/vf

55,00 



AEOLIS, KYME - AE 17, circa 320-250 BC

weight 4,04gr. ; bronze Ø 17mm.

obv. Eagle standing to right,  magistrates name …..TE
Λ.. behind
rev. Kyathos (one-handled vase) between K - Y

BMC - (cf. 27)  ; SNG.Copenhagen- (cf. 46)  ; SNG.von Aulock- (cf. 1626) R
f/vf

65,00 



AEOLIS, KYME - AE 9, circa 350-320 BC

weight 1,19gr. ; bronze Ø 9mm.

obv. Eagle standing to right
rev. Oinochoe (one-handled vase) between K - Y

BMC 20  ; SNG.Copenhagen 41 ; SNG.von Aulock 1625 ; Babelon, Traité PL.CLVII, 13
SNG.München 443 ; SNG.Tüngen 2690 ; Sammlung Klein 335 ; Sear 4186 ;
Weber collection 5489 ; Lindgren collection 390 ; McClean 7885

Attractive dark patina.
vf-/vf

55,00 



AEOLIS, KYME - AR Trihemiobol, circa 350-250 BC

weight 0,79gr. ; silver Ø 10mm.

obv. Forepart of horse right, K - Y above
rev. Oinochoe (one-handled vase)

BMC- ; SNG.Copenhagen- ; SNG.von Aulock- ; SNG.Tübingen- ;
Weber collection- ; McClean- ; Sammlung Klein- ; Isegrim- ;
Rosen collection- ; SNG.Kayhan- ; Sear- ; Gorny & Mosch 170, 1414
RRR
Light traces of oxidation. Extremely rare.
f+/f

85,00 



AEOLIS, KYME - AR Hemiobol, circa 480-450 BC

weight 0,39gr. ; silver Ø 7mm.

obv. Head of eagle left  K Y
rev. Incuse square of “mill-sail” pattern

Minted according to the Aeginetan weight standard. The eagle
and the horse were the zoological symbols of the city of Kyme.

BMC 11 ; SNG.Copenhagen 32 ; SNG.von Aulock 1623 ; SNG.München- ;
Sammlung Klein 333 ; Rosen Collection 538 ; SNG.Kayhan 84-89var. ; 
SNG.Tübingen- ; McClean 7878 ; Babelon, Traité Pl.CLVII, 8 ; Sear 4174
R
light traces of oxidation
f/vf

80,00 





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