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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

TRAJANUS DECIUS, 249-251 - AR Antoninianus, Rome (249-251)

weight 4,18gr. ; silver Ø 22mm.
obv. Radiated and cuirassed bust right  IMP C M Q TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG

rev. Dacia standing left, holding Dacian standard surmounted by wolf’s head (Draco)
DACIA
Cohen 16 ; RIC 12b ; Sear 9368
Wonderful fine-detailed portrait.
xf-/vf

75,00 



HADRIAN, 117-138 - AE Sestertius, Rome (136)

weight 27,01gr. ; bronze Ø 33mm.
obv. Draped and laurated bust right  HADRIANVS AVG COS III PP
rev. Hadrian standing left, raising kneeling figure of Africa, holding corn-ears
RESTITVTORI AFRICAE S C
Cohen 1226 ; RIC 941f R
f+

235,00 



ARCADIUS, 383-408 - Æ 3, Constantinopolis (383)

weight 3,10gr. ; bronze Ø 18mm.
obv. Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust of Arcadius right
D N ARCADIVS P F AVG
rev. Constantinopolis seated facing, right foot on prow,
holding sceptre and globe, branch in left field, HN-monogram
and poppy-head(?) in right field   CONCORDIA AVGGG,
CONSΓ in exergue
cf. RIC 57f (R3) RRR
Dark patina. Extremely rare type.
vf-/vf

195,00 



TRAJAN, 98-117 - AE Sestertius, Rome (115)

weight 28,98gr. ; bronze Ø 33mm.
obv. Draped and laurated bust right  IMP CAES NER TRAIANO
OPTIMO AVG GER DAC PM TR P COS VI PP
rev. naked jupiter standing left, holding scepter and a thunderblot over
the head of a small figure of Trajanus, who is standing left in toga with
laurelbranch and scepter  CONSERVATORI PATER PATRIAE S C
Cohen 49 ; RIC 643 ; BMC page 217
very attractive and rare coin with an excellent portrait of Trajanus.
xf-

4.250,00 



SATRAPS OF CARIA - MAUSSOLLOS, 377-353 BC - AR Tetradrachme, Halikarnassos

weight 15,23gr. ; silver Ø 21mm.
obv. Laurated head of Apollo three-quarter right
rev. Zeus Labraundos standing right, holding labrys and spear,
MAYΣΣΩΛΛO(Σ) on right side

Maussollos was the eldest son of Hekatomnos, a native Carian who became the satrap of Caria when Tissaphernes died, around 395 BC. Maussollos ruled over Caria from 377 to 353 BC and enjoyed the status of king or dynast by virtue of the powerful position created by his father Hekatomnos who had succeeded the assassinated Persian Satrap Tissaphernes in the Carian satrapy and founded the hereditary dynasty of the Hekatomnids. Maussollos took part in the Revolt of the Satraps, both on his nominal sovereign Artaxerxes Mnemon′s side and (briefly) against him; conquered a great part of Lycia, Ionia and several Greek islands; and cooperated with the Rhodians in the Social War against Athens. He moved his capital from Mylasa, the ancient seat of the Carian kings, to Halikarnassos. Maussollos embraced Hellenic culture. He is best known for the monumental shrine, the Mausoleum at Halikarnassos, erected and named for him by order of his widow (who was also his sister) Artemisia. Antipater of Sidon listed the Mausoleum as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The architects Satyrus and Pythis, and the sculptors Scopas of Paros, Leochares, Bryaxis and Timotheus, finished the work after the death of Artemisia, some of them working, it was said, purely for renown. The site and a few remains can still be seen in the Turkish town of Bodrum. The term mausoleum has come to be used generically for any grand tomb.

Sear 4954 ; BMC 1-2 ; SNG.Copenhagen 590 ; McClean 8519 ;
SNG.von Aulock 2359-2360var. ; Weber collection 6601 ;
Babelon, Traité , Pl.XC,2 ; Jameson collection 1566var.
R
Very attractive portrait of fine classical style. Wonderful coin.
xf-/vf

2.895,00 



LUCANIA, METAPONTION - AR 1/6 Stater, 510 - 480 BC

weight 0,91gr. ; silver Ø 10,5mm.
obv. Ear of barley, MET on left
rev. Bucranium, incuse
BMC 40 ; SNG.Copenhagen 1176var. ; SNG.ANS.262;
Noe 273 ; SNG.München 946var.
vf-

175,00 



KINGDOM OF MACEDONIA - ALEXANDER III THE GREAT, 336-323 BC - AR Tetradrachm, Arados, jr. 18 (242/241 BC)

weight 16,54gr. ; silver Ø 28mm.
obv. Head of  young Herakles clad in a lion skin
rev. Zeus enthroned left, holding eagle and scepter, palmtree on left side,
AP-monogram beneath seat of throne,  AΛEΞANΔPOY on the right side,
in exergue •• ••• ••• −  (= year 18)
Müller-  ; Price 3367 RR
minor traces of oxidation
vf-

395,00 



PHRYGIA, KIBYRA - AR Drachm, circa 166 - 84 BC

weight 2,65gr. ; silver Ø 18mm.
obv. Young male head right (Heros Kibyras ?), wearing crested helmet
rev. Armed horseman galloping right, holding spear couched,
behind ear of corn, KA-monogram below and KIBYPATΩN

Kibyra, also known as Cibyra Magna, was the principal city of the Cibyratis region. This confederation of towns and villages from the area of Pisidia was created in the 2nd second century BCE. Its core was formed by four cities - Kibyra, Bubon, Balubura, and Oenoanda, known collectively as Tetrapolis. In this political entity, Kibyra had two votes, and the remaining cities - one vote each. As the most influential member of the federation, Kibyra could muster 30,000 infantry and 2,000 horse riders. The federation had a constitution and was governed by tyrants who demonstrated moderate political views. Moagetes, the son of Pancrates, was the last tyrant of Kibyra. Roman general, Lucius Licinius Murena, put an end to the federation in 83 BCE, during the Second Mithridatic War. The territory of the federation was then divided, and the city Kibyra was attached to Phrygia.

BMC- (vgl.9) ; SNG.Copenhagen - ; SNG.von Aulock- ; Weber collection- ;
SNG.München- ; McClean- (vgl.8780) RRR
Attractive and extremely rare coin of good style.
vf

895,00 



TROAS, ABYDOS - AE 11, circa 350-300 BC

weight 1,15gr. ; bronze Ø 11mm.
obv. Laureate head of Apollo right
rev. Eagle standing right, ABY behind
BMC-  ; cf. SNG.von Aulock 1445 ; cf. SNG.Copenhagen 33-36 ;
SNG.München- (cf.19); cf. Weber Collection 5272 ;
Lindgren Collection- ; McClean- (cf.7759)
RR
vf- à f/vf

65,00 



RUSSIA ( RUSSLAND ) - ALEXANDER III, 1881-1894 - 3 Kopeks 1893, St. Petersburg

weight 9,66gr. ; copper 28mm.
Y.11.2 ; Bitkin 161 ; Uzdenikov 3851

vf-/vf

8,00 



RUSSIA ( RUSSLAND ) - ALEXANDER I, 1801-1825 - 1 Rubel 1818 ΠC, St.Petersburg

weight 20,35gr. ; silver Ø 36mm.
eagle with large crown and long sceptre

Craig 130 ; Bitkin 123 ; Uzdenikov 1444 ; Davenport 281
vf-

90,00 



POLAND - FIRST REPUBLIC, 1919-1939 - 10 Zlotych 1936, Warsaw

weight 21,93gr. ; silver 750/1000 ; Ø 33mm.
Head of Josef Pilsudski left.

Y.29
xf-

22,00 



POLAND - FIRST REPUBLIC, 1919-1939 - 5 Zlotych 1934, Warsaw

weight 10,93gr. ; silver 750/1000 ; Ø 27mm.
Head of Josef Pilsudski left.

Y.25
xf/xf+

60,00 



HUNGARY - SECOND REPUBLIC - 500 Forint 1994 BP

weight 31,46gr. ; silver 925/1000 ;  Ø 38,5mm.
mintage: 30.000 pieces
KM.710
proof

20,00 



HABSBURG EMPIRE - AUSTRIAN NETHERLANDS - BOHEMIA - FRANZ II (I), 1792-1835 - ¼ Kronentaler 1795 C, Prag

weight 7,33gr. ; silver Ø 30mm.
KM.60 ; Herinker 527 ; Mauerbach 895
f-vf/vf

65,00 



HABSBURG EMPIRE / RDR - AUSTRIA - STYRIA - FRANZ I VON LOTHARINGEN, 1745-1765 - 1 Kreuzer 1758 GR, Graz

weight 0,65gr. ; billon Ø 17mm.
KM.2009.1 ; Herinek 609 R
vf

65,00 



HABSBURG EMPIRE - AUSTRIA / ÖSTERREICH - FRANZ II (I), 1792-1835 - 30 Kreuzer 1807 A, Wien

weight 19,08gr. ; copper Ø 37,5mm.
obv. Wreathed bust of Francis I, within pelleted square.
Denomination numerals (30) in outer fields.
Legend: FRANZ KAIS • * V• OEST • KOEN • * Z • HUNG • BOEH • * GALIZ • U • LOD • *
Exergue: A (mint inital of Vienna)
rev Crown of the german empire above imperial double
headed eagle with denomination numeral (30) at chest.
Inner legend: WIENER ST. BANCO ZETT. THEILUNGS MÜNZ Z. 30 . K .
Legend: DREYSSIG * KREUTZER * ERBLAEND * ISCH . 1807 . *
KM.2149 ; Herinek 1019 ; Jaeger/Jackel 167 ; ANK.11
minor edge nicks
vf

15,00 



FRANCE - FIRST REPUBLIC - DIRECTOIRE, 1795-1799 - 1 Centime AN 7A (1798/1799), Paris

weight 2,08gr. ; copper Ø 18mm.
KM.646 ; Gadoury 76
f/vf

13,00 



GERMANY - OSNABRÜCK, BISTUM – ERNST AUGUST I VON BRAUNSCHWEIG-LÜNEBURG,1662-1698 - 24 Mariengroschen 1675, Zellerfeld

weight 16,47gr. ; silver Ø 35mm.
KM.136 ; Davenport 411 ; Kennepohl 300b ; Welter 1887
xf

345,00 



GERMANY - WEIMAR REPUBLIK, 1919-1933 - 5 Reichsmark 1927 F, Stuttgart

weight 25,08gr. ; silver Ø 36mm.
“UNIVERSITÄT TÜBINGEN”
Only 40.000 pieces minted, from which only a little number in proof.

KM.55 ; Jaeger 329 ; AKS.62  R
proof

1.050,00 



GERMANY - PREUSSEN, KÖNIGREICH - WILHELM II, 1888-1918 - 5 Mark 1907 A, Berlin

weight 27,66. ; silver Ø 38mm.
KM.523 ; Jaeger 104 ; AKS.129
vf à vf/xf

28,00 



GERMANY - SACHSEN-COBURG-SAALFELD, HERZOGTUM - CHRISTIAN ERNST & FRANZ JOSIAS, 1729-1745 - 1 Heller 1745

weight 0,78gr. ; copper Ø 12mm.
KM.10 ; Schön 50
xf-/vf+

25,00 



GERMANY - WESTFALEN, KÖNIGREICH - HIERONYMUS NAPOLEON, 1807-1813 - 3 Centimes 1809 C, Clausthal

weight 4,65gr. ; copper Ø 25mm.
KM.92 ; Jaeger 31; AKS.41
minor traces of oxidation
vf- à f/vf

9,00 



GERMANY - BAYERN - MAXIMILIAN III JOSEPH, 1745-1777 - Madonnentaler 1769, München

weight 27,55gr. ; silver Ø 41mm.
KM.234 ; Hahn 307 ; Davenport 1953
f+

40,00 



GERMANY - BADEN, GROSHERTOGTUM - KARL LEOPOLD FRIEDRICH, 1830-1852 - Doppeltaler 1844, Karlsruhe

gewicht 37,08gr. ; silver Ø 41mm.
Monument of Karl Friedrch / Denkmal Karl Friedrich
mintage: 4.323 pieces. Rare,
KM.217.1 ; Jaeger 59 ; AKS.110 ; Thun 25 ; Kahnt 30 ; Davenport 525 R
vf/xf

375,00 





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