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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 



Our latest acquisitions

KINGDOM OF MACEDONIA - ALEXANDER III THE GREAT, 336-323 BC - TROAS - AR Drachm, Abydos, circa 310-301 BC

weight 4,04gr. ; silver Ø 18mm.
obv. Head of young Herakles right, wearing lion′s skin headdress
rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and scepter,  legs crossed,
MI-monogram in left field, Ξ beneath throne, AΛEΞANΔPOY on right side

This civic drachm in name of the deitified Alexander the Great, was most likely minted at the time that Abydos  was under control of Antigonus I Monophthalmus. In 302 BC the city was unsuccessfully besieged by Lysimachos. In 301 BC the armies of Antigonos and Demetrios Poliorketes were defeated by the united forces of Seleucus, Lysimachus and Prepelaos at the decisive Battle of Ipsus. Antigonus died in the battle after being struck by a javelin, in the eighty-first year of his life. Prior to Ipsus, he had never lost a battle. With his death, any plans for reuniting Alexander′s empire came to an end. Antigonus′ kingdom was divided up, with most of his territories ending up in the hands of the new kingdoms ruled by Lysimachus and Seleucus. Troas, with also the city of Abydos, came under control of Lysimachos.

Müller 1618 ; Price 1528 SNG.Copenhagen 994
Attractive coin with fine details, struck on a broad flan.
vf/xf

195,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM I, 1815-1840 - 1 Gulden 1821, Utrecht

gewicht 10,74gr. ; zilver 893/1000 ; Ø 30mm.
randschrift: positie A
Schulman 261 ; KM.55
zfr/pr

425,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM I, 1815-1840 - 1 Gulden 1828, Utrecht

gewicht 10,75gr. ; zilver 893/1000 ; Ø 30mm.

randschrift: positie B
oplage slechts 61.600 stuks. Zeldzaam.

Schulman 265 ; KM.55 R
Miniem randtikje.
pr/unc

2.750,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM I, 1815-1840 - 1 Gulden 1829, Brussel

gewicht 10,73gr. ; zilver 893/1000 ; Ø 30mm.
randschrift: positie B
Schulman 271 ; KM.55 R
Attractief exemplaar met nog enige stempelglans.
pr-

1.550,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM I, 1815-1840 - 1 Gulden 1832, Utrecht

gewicht 10,74gr. ; zilver 893/1000 ; Ø 39mm.
randschrift: positie A

Schulman 267 ; KM.55
Enkele minieme contactspoortjes.
Ongecirculeerd exemplaar met een fantastisch patina. Zeldzaam in deze staat.

Fantastic lustrous coin with attractive old tone. Rare this nice.
unc

1.650,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM I, 1815-1840 - 1 Gulden 1832, Utrecht

gewicht 10,72gr. ; zilver 893/1000 ; Ø 30mm.
randschrift: positie A
Schulman 267 ; KM.55
Vrijwel ongecirculeerd exemplaar met scherpe details.
unc-

1.095,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM I, 1815-1840 - 1 Gulden 1832, Utrecht

gewicht 10,74gr. ; zilver 893/1000 ; Ø 30mm.
randschrift: positie B
Schulman 267 ; KM.55
exemplaar met een mooi patina
zfr/pr

425,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILHELMINA, 1890-1948 - ½ Gulden 1929

gewicht 4,98gr. ; zilver 720/1000 ; Ø 22mm.

parel van het diadeem onder GI

Schulman 844 ; KM.160
zfr/pr

6,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILHELMINA, 1890-1948 - ½ Gulden 1929

gewicht 5,00gr. ; zilver 720/1000 ; Ø 22mm.

parel van het diadeem onder GI

Schulman 844 ; KM.160
pr

8,00 



SEVERINA, wife of Aurelianus,270-275 - EGYPT, ALEXANDRIA - BI Tetradrachm, year 6 (274-275)

weight 8,30gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.
obv. Draped and diademed bust right  OVΛΠ  CЄVHPINA CЄB
rev. Aegle standing left, head turned right, on thunderbolt,
with wreath in beak  ЄTOVC S
BMC 2380 ; Milne 4463 ; Dattari 5506 ; Sear 11713
Very attractive coin with excellent portrait.
xf/xf-

165,00 



NERVA, 96-98 - AE Sestertius, Rome (jan.-sept. 97 AD)

weight 21,93gr. ; orichalcum Ø 33mm.
obv. Laureate head right IMP NERVA CAES AVG PM TR P COS III PP
rev. Two mules grazing in opposite directions, two-wheeled cart in background
with shaft and harnesses tipped up  VEHICVLATIONE ITALIAE REMISSA S C

This coin type reflects a propaganda of the new regime, advertising the remission in Italy of the ‘vehiculatio’;  the tax formerly levied on both the homeland and the provinces to defray the costs of transporting government officials and messages. Rare.

Cohen 143 ; RIC 93 ; BMC 119 ; Sear 3055 R
f/vf

850,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - BATAAFSE REPUBLIEK, 1795-1806 - WEST-FRIESLAND - Driegulden 1795, Enkhuizen

gewicht 31,48gr. ; zilver Ø 39mm.
muntmeester Hessel Slijper
zonder munt- of muntmeesterteken
Delmonte 1147 ; Verkade 69.4 ; Schulman 85a ; HNPM.74 ; CNM.2.46.55
zfr

170,00 



CLAUDIUS, 41-54 - AE Sestertius, Rome (41-42)

weight 17,69gr. ; Ø 32mm.
obv. Head right  TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG PM TR P IMP PP
rev. Spes walking left  SPES AVGVSTA S C
ref.Cohen 85 ; RIC 99 ; BMC 124
Short flan. Dark patina.
vf- à f/vf

325,00 



LUCANIA, METAPONTION - AE Obolos, 425-350 BC

weight 8,95gr. ; bronze Ø 22mm.
obv. Head of Nikè right, to left O
rev. Ear of corn, to left Herm
BMC 167var. ; SNG.Copenhagen 1243 ; SNG.ANS.553 ; SNG.München 1014 ;
Johnston 5 ; Historia Numorum 1641 ; McClean 1006var.
R
Excellent portrait of good style. Dark green patina.
about vf

325,00 



KINGDOM OF MACEDONIA - ALEXANDER III THE GREAT, 336-323 BC - TRACIA - AV Stater, Kallatis, circa 250-225 BC

weight 8,48gr. ; gold Ø 20mm.
obv. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet ornamented with serpent
rev. Nikè standing left, holding wreath and Stylis (a mast of a ship), on left KA-monogram,
and HP-monogram at feet, on the right AΛEΞANΔPOY
Müller 815- ; SNG.Copenhagen- ; Price 910 R
Very attractive coin of the best classical style with excellent details.
Near mintstate. Very rare in this sonderful condition.
unc-

6.500,00 



KINGDOM OF THRACE - LYSIMACHOS, 323-281 BC - AR Tetradrachm, Lampsakos, circa 297-281 BC

weight 16,76gr. ; silver Ø 30mm.
obv. Diademed head of Alexander the Great right, wearing horns of Ammon
rev. Athena enthroned left, holding Nikè and resting left arm ons hield ;
transverse spear resting against her right side, on right BAΣIΛEΩΣ on left
ΛYΣIMAXOY, KA-monogram in the inner left field and crescent in exergue
Sear 6814var. ; Müller- ; SNG.Copenhagen- ; Weber collection- ;
SNG.Delepierre- ; cf. Thompson 60
RR
Attractive portrait of Alexander the Great in high relief. Fine details.
xf-

1.850,00 



THRACE (THRAKIEN), KALLATIS - AR Tetrobol, 281-250 BC

weight 2,12gr. ; silver Ø 14mm.
obv. Head of young Herakles right in the skin of a lion
rev.  KAΛΛATIA between bow in case, club and ear of corn
Sear 1660var. ; BMC 2var. ; SNG.Copenhagen 177 ; Weber collection 2632 R
f/vf

85,00 



GORDIANUS III, 238-244 - CARIA, ATTUDA - AE 21

weight 5,27gr. ; bronze Ø 21mm.
obv. Radiated bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass  A K M A ΓOPΔIANOC
rev. Artemis Anaitis standing right, flanked by two lions  ATTOΔEΩN

The old city of Attuda was a border city in ancient times between Caria and Phrygia. Nowadays situated near Hisarköy, 17 km southwest of Denizli-Sarayköy Town. The shortest route from Tripolis and Laodicea to Aphrodisias passed through Attuda. The date of the founding of the city is unknown, but it is estimated that the city was founded in the Hellenistic Era like the other cities in the Lycus Valley. The city had a role in bonding the cities in Lycus Valley to Aphrodisias in art and economy. Ancient sources state that there was a statue of a God called Men mounted on a horse in a temple which was built in his honor. It′s also written in ancient sources that statues of Zeus, Apollon, Dionysos, Asklepios and the cult of Artemis Anaitis are also in Attuda. 

BMC- ; SNG.van Aulock- ; SNG.Copenhagen- ; Weber collection- ; Lindgren collection- ;
SNG.Tübingen- ; McClean- ; Slg.Leypold- ; SNG.Schweiz- 
RRRR
Wonderful coin of great rarity with dark patina.
xf-

550,00 



ENGLAND, KINGDOM - EDWARD I, 1272-1307 - Groat n.d. (1279-1307), London

weight 4,00gr. ; Ø 29mm.

This is the first large silver coin of England, following the "gros tournois"
of France which was introduced in 1266 by Louis IX. The name "groat" comes
from the french word "gros". This piece was found with a metaldetector in
Alblasserdam in 2002. Slightly weak strike and minor oxidation. Also some edge
chips, but still attractive specimen of this very rare and important coin.

ref. Spink 1379A ; Fox 5 ; North 1007 RR
minor oxidation and edge failures
f/vf

4.250,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - REPUBLIEK, 1581-1795 - UTRECHT - Gouden dukaat 1709, Utrecht

gewicht 3,44gr. ; goud Ø 23mm.
muntteken stadsschildje van Utrecht / muntmeesterteken roosje
Delmonte 963 (R3) ; Verkade 98.3 ; HNPM.24 ; CNM.2.43.44 ;
van der Wiel 107(JMP.1975-1977) ; Friedberg 284
RRR

zfr

695,00 



DIOCLETIANUS, 284-305 - EGYPT, ALEXANDIA - BI tetradrachm, year 5 (288-289)

weight 7,68gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Laurated and draped bust right  AKΓ OVA ΔIOKΛHTIANOC CЄB
rev. Eagle standing right with wreath in beak, palm-branch transversely
in background, star in upper left field, L - Є in field
BMC 2538 ; Milne 4918 ; Dattari 5819-5820 ; Cologne 3241 ; Sear 12875
xf-/vf+

60,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - FRIESE GEBIEDEN & RIJNDELTA - PSEUDO ANGEL-SAKSICHE MUNTSLAG - Sceatta z.j. (circa 690-710) zgn. vogeltype

van der Chijs 4,23 ; vgl.Spink 789 ; BMC type C ; MEC- ;
Op den Velde/Klaassen 299 en pag.44 ; Metcalf II,pag.197, var.L ;
Beowulf 34 (dit exemplaar) ; vgl.North 45-49
RR
zfr/pr

935,00 



SPAIN, KINGDOM - FERNANDO VII, 1808-1833 - 2 Escudos 1831 AJ, Madrid

weight 6,76gr. ; gold Ø 21mm.
KM.483.1 ; Calicó 228 ; Cayón 16303
very attractive lustrous coin
xf/unc

695,00 



SWITSERLAND ( SCHWEIZ ) - CONFEDERATION - 2 Rappen 1902 B, Bern

weight 2,47gr. ; bronze Ø 20mm.
KM.4.2 ; D.T.323
vf+ à vf/xf

45,00 



BOLIVIA - FERNANDO VII, 1808-1835 - Silver medal 1811, Potosi

Silver medal in honour of general José Emanuel de Goyemeche.
The ensuing battle of Huaqui on June 20, 1811 was a decisive victory for
Goyeneche.
In a few weeks afterwards he occupied the whole of Upper Peru,
including the cities of La Paz,
Cochabamba, Chuquisaca and Potosí, re-establishing
Spanish control over the territory. His decisive victory at the
Battle of Huaqui earned
him the title of
Count of Guaqui
.
obv. Buste of general José Emanuel de Goyeneche right
rev. MUNICIPIUM POTOSO IN GRATULATIONEM ASSERTORIS LIBERTATIS
PATRIAE A 1811 // MILITUM AEGREGIUS MAGIS TER SUB FERD.VII AUGUSTO
CONFREGIT ARGENTINA A CASTRA IN CONFLICTU CAMPESTRI D HUAQUI
ET SYPESYPE  ATQUE SUBEGIT COMITER CIVITATES SUBERSAS POTOSI, PAZ,
COCHABAMBA ET CHUQUISACA, IN PERPETUM CONCILIATIONIS MONUMENTUM
POPULORUM, IURIUM ET REGIS
weight 38,09gr. ; Ø 44,5mm.
medailleur Nicolas Moncayo
ref. Collection Fonrobert 9395 R
vf/xf

1.250,00 





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