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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

NERO, 54-68 - AE Sestertius, Lugdunum (67)

weight 27,19gr. ; orichalcum Ø 35mm.
obv. Head of Nero, laureate, left; small globe at point of neck
IMP NERO CAESAR AVG P MAX TR POT P P
revRoma, helmeted, in military dress, seated left on cuirass, holding 
Victory in right hand and resting left on parazonium: behind cuirass 
two round shields and one oblong, S - C in field, ROMA in exergue

From this type only a few examples are known. Extremely rare.

Cohen- (vgl.268) ; RIC I¹- ; RIC I² 594 (= Coll.Ashmolean) ;
WCN 471 (= Collection Ashmolean) ; Sydenham page 80, no.19
(= Collection Ashmolean) ; BMC- ; Sear- (cf.1961)
RRR
Wonderful large portrait coin of Nero with fine details
and with an attractive Tiber patina. Probably the finest known.
vf/xf

6.500,00 



CRISPINA, wife of Commodus - AE Sestertius, Rome (180-182)

weight 22,63gr. ; bronze Ø 30mm.
obv. Bust of Crispina, draped, hair waved and rolled at crown
and knotted on back of head, right  CRISPINA AVGVSTA

rev. Venus, draped, seated left, holding Victory in extended right hand
and sceptre in left hand  VENVS FELIX, S - C in field
Cohen 40 ; RIC 673 ; BMC 424 ; Sear 6011

Wonderful coin with fine details. Dark brown patina. Very rare this nice.
xf

1.650,00 



MAXIMINUS I THRAX, 235-238 - AR Denarius, Rome (235-236)

weight 3,23gr. ; silver Ø 19mm.
obv. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right
IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG
rev. Salus seated left, holding patera, 
feeding snake arising from altar  SALVS AVGVSTI
Cohen 85 ; RIC 14 ; BMC 21,99 ; Sear 8316
vf/xf à xf-

125,00 



SEVERUS ALEXANDER, 222-235 - AR Denarius, Rome (232)

weight 3,12gr. ; silver Ø 20mm.
obv. Laureate and draped bust right  IMP ALEXANDER PIVS AVG
rev. Spes advancing left, holding flower and lifting skirt SPES PVBLICA
Cohen 546 ; RIC 254 ; BMC 897 ; Sear 7927
Wonderful lustrous coin with excellent fine details.
about unc

255,00 



MAXIMIANUS HERCULIUS, 286-310 - BI Antoninianus, Cyzikus (295-299)

weight 3,18gr. ; billon Ø 20mm.
obv. Radiate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
IMP C M A MAXIMIANVS P F AVG
rev. Maximianus receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter
CONCORDIA MILITVM, K B in field
Cohen 54 ; RIC 15b ; Sear 13315
Attractive portrait. Dark patina.
vf/xf à vf

45,00 



MAXIMIANUS I HERCULIUS, 286-310 - BI Follis, Siscia (299)

weight 8,16gr. ; billon Ø 28mm.
obv. Laureate head right  IMP MAXIMIANVS P F AVG
rev. Genius wearing modius standing left, holding patera and cornucopiae,
GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Γ in right field, SIS in exergue
Cohen 159 ; RIC 108b ; Sear 13258
vf/xf

75,00 



MAXIMIANUS HERCULIUS, 286-310 - BI Follis, Antiochia (302-303)

weight 10,61gr. ; billon Ø 26mm.
obv. Laureate head right  IMP C M A MAXIMIANVS P F AVG
rev. Genius wearing modius standing left, holding patera and cornucopiae,
GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Δ in right field, ANT✶ in exergue
Cohen 184 ; RIC 56b ; Sear 13276
vf-/vf

45,00 



HELENA, mother of Constantine I the Great (307-337) - BI Centenionalis, Heraklea (326)

weight 2,87gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.
obv. Bust of Helena right, wearing plain mantle and necklace, 
hair elaborately dressed FL IVL HELENA AVGVSTA
rev. Veiled Securitas standing left, lowering olive-branch with right hand,
raising robe with left hand  SECVRITAS REPVBLICAE,
SMNЄ •  in exergue
Cohen 12 ; RIC 85
Very minor flan crack. Amazing coin with wonderful
portrait of Helena with excellent details. Near mintstate.
unc-/xf

195,00 



HELENA, mother of Constantine I the Great (307-337) - BI Centenionalis, Arelate (325-326)

weight 2,70gr. ; billon Ø 21mm.
obv. Bust of Helena right, wearing plain mantle and necklace,
hair elaborately dressed FL IVL HELENA AVGVSTA
rev. Veiled Securitas standing left, lowering olive-branch with right hand,
raising robe with left hand  SECVRITAS REPVBLICAE,
TAR crescent RL in exergue
Cohen 12 ; RIC 299 (R3)
Amazing coin with wonderful portrait of Helena
with excellent details. Near mintstate. Very rare.

xf+/xf

225,00 



HELENA, mother of Constantine I the Great (307-337) - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (326)

weight 2,93gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.
obv. Bust of Helena right, wearing plain mantle and necklace, 
hair elaborately dressed FL IVL HELENA AVGVSTA
rev. Veiled Securitas standing left, lowering olive-branch with right hand,
raising robe with left hand  SECVRITAS REPVBLICAE,
STR and crescent with dot above in exergue
Cohen 12 ; RIC 481
Minor traces of oxidation. Dark patina.
vf-/vf

50,00 



HELENA, mother of Constantine I the Great (307-337) - BI Centenionalis, Nicomedia (325-326)

weight 3,10gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Bust of Helena right, wearing plain mantle and necklace, 
hair elaborately dressed FL IVL HELENA AVGVSTA
rev. Veiled Securitas standing left, lowering olive-branch with right hand,
raising robe with left hand SECVRITAS REPVBLICAE, MNΔ in exergue
Cohen 12 ; RIC 129 (R2)  R
Minor traces of oxidation. Rare.
vf

65,00 



HELENA, mother of Constantine I the Great (307-337) - BI Centenionalis, Constantinopolis (337-340)

weight 1,45gr. ; billon Ø 16mm.
obv. Bust of Helena right, wearing plain mantle and necklace,
hair elaborately dressed FL IVL HELENAE AVG
rev. Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and transverse sceptre 
PAX PVBLICA, CONSЄ in exergue
Cohen 4 ; RIC 33 S
Scarce coin.
vf-

55,00 



DELMATIUS as Caesar, 335-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (335-336)

weight 1,55gr. ; billon Ø 16mm.
obv. Laureate buste right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass  
FL DELMATIVS NOB C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear 
and shield, one standard between them  GLORIA EXERCITVS, 
BSIS in exergue
Cohen 4 ; RIC 256 ; Sear 16894 S
xf-

135,00 



CRISPUS as Caesar, 317-326 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (320)

weight 3,54gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Laureate bust left, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
and holding spear and shield  IVL CRISPVS NOB CAES
rev.  Vexillum inscribed with VOT X between two captives seated
back to back with hand bound on their backs  VIRTVS EXERCIT,
S - F and HL-monogram in field, ΓSIS and crescent with star in exergue
Cohen 166 ; RIC 130 ; Sear 16841 R
Wonderful coin with dark patina and fine details. Rare.
xf-

95,00 



CONSTANTIVS II as Caesar, 324-337 - BI Centenionalis, Rome (326)

weight 3,03gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.
obv. Laureate bust of Constanius left, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
FL VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB C
rev. Camp-gate with two turrets, star above  PROVIDENTIAE CAESS,
R wreath Q in exergue
Cohen 172 ; RIC 290 S
Wonderful coin wiuth excellent details. Scarce.
xf/unc

125,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - REPUBLIEK, 1581-1795 - STAD UTRECHT - Duit 1711

gewicht 4,50gr. ; koper Ø 22mm.
muntmeester Siberius van Romondt
Verkade 116.5 ; Purmer & van der Wiel 5110 ;
HNPM.19 ; CNM.2.44.20 ; Pietersen 42

enkele lichte randtikjes
zfr/zfr-

30,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (320-321)

weight 3,18gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Laureate head of Constantinus right  CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT X within wreath, around CAESARVM NOSTRORVM,
BSIS
in exergue
Cohen 38 ; RIC 166 (R5)
Wonderful coin with fine details. Very rare.
vf/xf à xf-

110,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (320)

weight 2,80gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Laureate bust of Constantinus left, wearing cuirass and paludamentum,
holding Victory on globe in right hand and mappa in left hand 
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C

rev. Standard inscribed with VOT X between two captives, seated back to back
with their hands bound at their backs VIRTVS EXERCIT,
S - F in upper field, BSIS
in exergue
Cohen 246 ; RIC 118 (R4)
Some minor scratches. Dark patina. Very rare type.
vf

75,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (321-324)

weight 3,14gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Laureate head of Constantinus right  CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT X within wreath, around CAESARVM NOSTRORVM,
ЄSIS and sun in exergue
Cohen 38 ; RIC 182
Very minor flan crack.
Wonderful coin with excellent details. Near mintstate.

unc-

125,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Siscia (321-324)

weight 2,95gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.
obv. Laureate head of Constantinus right  CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT X within wreath, around CAESARVM NOSTRORVM,
ASIS and palm in exergue
Cohen 38 ; RIC 176 (R2)
Wonderful coin with excellent details.
xf

80,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (324-325)

weight 3,13gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Laureate bust of Constantinus left, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. Camp-gate with two turrets, star above  PROVIDENTIAE CAESS,
PTR in exergue
Cohen 165 ; RIC 455
vf/xf

50,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Treverorum (327-328)

weight 3,24gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.
obv. Laureate bust of Constantinus left, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. Camp-gate with two turrets, star above  PROVIDENTIAE CAESS, 
PTRE in exergue
Cohen 165 ; RIC 505
vf/xf

55,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Tessalonika (318-319)

weight 3,24gr. ; billon Ø 18mm.
obv. Laureate bust of Constantinus right, wearing cuirass and paludamentum
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. VOT•V / MVLT•X• / CAESS / TS•B• within laurel-wreath 
Cohen 273 ; RIC 44 (R3)
Attractive dark brown patina. Rare type.
f/vf à vf-

55,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Londinium (322-323)

weight 2,82gr. ; billon Ø 19mm.
obv. Radiated and draped bust left CONSTANTINVS IVN N C
rev. Globe set on altar, inscribed VO / TIS / XX, three stars above,
BEATA TRANQLITAS, F - B in field, PLON in exergue
Cohen 5; RIC 255 S
fr/vf

25,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - BI Centenionalis, Arelate / Constantina (330-331)

weight 2,26gr. ; billon Ø 17mm.
obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. Two soldiers standing facing each other, each resting on spear and shield,
two standards between them, star above  GLORIA EXERCITVS,  SCONST in exergue

Arelate was a city of considerable importance in the province of Gallia Narbonensis. It covered an area of some 40 hectares (99 acres) and possessed a number of monuments, including an amphitheatre, triumphal arch, Roman circus, theatre, and a full circuit of walls. Ancient Arles was closer to the sea than it is now and served as a major port. The city reached a peak of influence during the 4th and 5th centuries, when Roman Emperors frequently used it as their headquarters during military campaigns. In 395, it became the seat of the Praetorian Prefecture of the Gauls, governing the western part of the Western Empire: Gaul proper plus Hispania (Spain) and Armorica (Brittany). At that time, the city was perhaps home to 75.000–100.000 people. It became a favorite city of Emperor Constantine I, who built baths there, substantial remains of which are still standing. His son, Constantine II, was born in Arles. In 328 the city was renamed in Constantina, in honour of Constantine II.

Cohen 122 ; RIC 346
Wonderful coin with excellent portrait.
xf

65,00 





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