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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 



Nieuwe aanwinsten

BELGIUM, KINGDOM - ALBERT I, 1909-1934 - 1 Franc 1912 VL

weight 5,03gr. ; silver  Ø 22,5mm.
with Dutch legends
KM.73.1 ; Morin 282 ; Bertrand M-84
xf-

7,00 



BELGIUM, KINGDOM - ALBERT I, 1909-1934 - 1 Franc 1911 VL

weight 4,96gr. ; silver  Ø 22,5mm.
with Dutch legends
KM.73.1 ; Morin 280
vf/xf à xf-

6,00 



BELGIUM, KINGDOM - ALBERT I, 1909-1934 - 1 Franc 1910 VL

weight 5,00gr. ; silver  Ø 22,5mm.
with Dutch legends
KM.73.1 ; Morin 278
xf/unc à unc-

40,00 




Leopold I (1790–1865) was a German prince who became the first King of the Belgians following Belgian independence in 1830. He reigned between July 1831 and December 1865.

Born into the ruling family of the small German duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, Leopold took a commission in the Imperial Russian Army and fought against Napoleon after French troops overran Saxe-Coburg during the Napoleonic Wars. After Napoleon′s defeat, Leopold moved to the United Kingdom where he married Princess Charlotte of Wales, the only child of the Prince Regent (the future King George IV).

After the Greek War of Independence (1821–32), Leopold was offered the position of King of Greece but turned it down, believing it to be too precarious. Instead, Leopold accepted the kingship of the newly established Kingdom of Belgium in 1831. His reign was marked by attempts by the Dutch to recapture Belgium. Leopold was considered liberal and encouraged economic modernisation, playing an important role in encouraging the creation of Belgium′s first railway in 1835 and subsequent industrialisation.


ALBANIA, KINGDOM - ZOG I, 1928-1939 - 1 Frang 1935

weight 4,98gr. ; silver 835/1000 ; Ø 23mm.
KM.16
minor flan failure or scratch on the fore head
xf à xf/unc

35,00 



CONSTANTINUS II (CONSTANTINE II) as Caesar, 317-337 - AV Solidus, Antiochia (335-336)

weight 4,46gr. ; gold Ø 20mm.

obv. Laureate bust right, wearing paludamentum and cuirass 
CONSTANTINVS IVN NOB C
rev. Victory advancing left, holding wreath in raised right hand,
and palm-branch in left  VICTORIA CAESAR NN, SMAN• in exergue

This type was not known to Cohen. Depeyrot listed only 3 specimens.
Extremely rare.

provenance: F.R.Künker, Auktion 191, lot 5043 (6.500 euro + 15%)

Cohen- ; RIC 97 ; Depeyrot 47 RRR
Wonderful coin with excellent details.
xf/unc

8.950,00 



ITALY, KINGDOM - NAPOLEON I, 1805-1814 - 40 Lire 1810, Milano

weight 12,84gr. ; gold Ø 26mm.
KM.12 ; Friedberg 5
vf/xf-

750,00 



MACEDONIA, NEAPOLIS - AR Stater, 510-480 BC

weight 7,62gr. ; silver Ø 20mm.

obv. Gorgon′s head facing, with tongue protruding
rev. Quadripartite incuse square

Neapolis ″new city″ was an ancient Greek city located in Edonis, a region of Thrace and later of Macedon. The site is located near modern Kavala. Neapolis was founded by colonists from Thasos, perhaps around the middle of the 7th century BC. Neapolis was a member of the Delian league and entered the Athenian tribute list at 454 BC first by toponym and by 443 BC by city-ethnic name. Recorded a total of fourteen times form 454 to 429 BC, it paid a tribute of 1,000 drachmas a year. It had independence from Thasos as dues of its customs were collected in its own harbour. At one point, property of Neapolitans in Thasos was confiscated by the oligarchs related to a situation from before 463 BC when the Thasian peraia was detached from Thasos. Despite the defection of Thasos from the Delian league in 411 BC, Neapolis remained loyal, causing the Neapolitan oligarchs to flee to Thasos and the confiscation of their property. Neapolis was besieged by the Thasians unsuccessfully, causing the Athenians to praise them for their loyalty and for participating in the siege of Thasos itself in 410 or 409 BC. Around 350 BC, Philip II of Macedon took Neapolis and used it as Philippi′s harbor. At the Battle of Philippi in 42 BC, the harbor was used as a base by the Republican leaders Brutus and Cassius. It kept its importance as a station on the Via Egnatia through the Imperial and early Christian periods. Paul landed here when he sailed from Troas to begin his missionary labors in Europe.

BMC 6 ; SNG.Cop.223 ; ANS.400;AMNG.4 ; Kraay 524 ; Sear 1304 R
vf

3.250,00 



ARCHAEOLOGICAL OBJECT - IRON AGE - GREEK - ANATOLIA - Bronze (Phrygian ?) fibula, 8th/6th century BC

height circa 40mm. ; width circa 80mm. ; weight 27,95gr.
Attractive dark green patina.
provenance; from a Dutch private collection
intakt

435,00 



MEDIEVAL TIMES - SOUTH-WEST EUROPE - Pilprim badge, 12th - 14th century

height 55mm. ; lead ; 51,24gr.

This example has ribbing on the obverse and a round medaillon
with W on the reverse. Two ringlets / lug-handles at the sides.

This ″flask and shell-shaped″ lead-aloy ampulla pilgrim badge refers to Saint James (Pecten Jacobaeus). Abandoning one′s daily life to go on pilgrimage to a shrine of a saint was an act of religious devotion performed by a substantial number of medieval Christians. One of the most popular souvenirs were ampullae, small vessels containing oil or water sanctified at a pilgrimage shrine. These souvenirs often were mass-produced casts in lead or its alloys. Many of these ampullae are said to be ″shell-shaped″, assuming the shape and treatment referred in the medieval mind to the scallop, the symbol initially of one of the greatest medieval pilgrimages, to Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain, and eventually of pilgrimage generally. The ″shell-shaped″ ampullae exhibit a wide range of styles and features.

literature; Kenyon College (Gambier, Ohio, U.S.A.), Journal of Medieval Art and Architecture, Ampullae, re-imbured: a formal analysis of medieval ″shell-shaped″ lead-alloy pilgrim ampullae by Greg Campbell.
provenance; a Dutch private collection
Rare and very interesting object of medieval Christianity.
intact

550,00 



IONIA, TEOS - AR 1/8 Stater or trihemiobol, circa 478 - 449 BC

weight 1,43gr. ; silver Ø 12mm.

obv. Griffin seated right, raising forepaw, T behind;
in front laurel (?) leaf with berry
rev. Quadripartite incuse square

BMC 14var. ; SNG.Copenhagen- (cf. 1440) ; SNG.von Aulock- ;
Slg.Klein - ; Weber collection- ; cf. Balcer 112 ;
Matzke Group Cb4 ; vgl. Sear 4578
RR
vf

325,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - REPUBLIEK, 1581-1795 - HOLLAND - ROTTERDAM - OVERLIJDEN VAN GERAARDT BRANDT DE JONGE OP 21 DECEMBER 1683 - AR Penning

gewicht 46,58gr. ; zilver Ø 50mm.

vz. Borstbeeld van Geeraardt Brandt de Jonge naar rechts  GEERAARDT
BRANDT DE JONGE G. VI APR. MDCLVII. O. XXI DEC. MDCLXXXIII
kz. Zicht op de stad Rotterdam  O LICHT VOL GEEST,O GEEST VOL VIER,
WAT STAAT UW ONDERGANG ONS DIER.

Geraardt Brandt de Jonge was remonstrants predikant te Rotterdam. Hij was een belangrijke schrijver van Nederlandse kerkelijke geschiedenis,maar schreef daarnaast ook over het levensverhaal van Michiel Adriaansz.de Ruyter. 

Geraardt Brandt de Jonge was Arminian preacher in Rotterdam. He was an important writer of Dutch religious history, but also wrote about the life story
of Michael Adriaansz.de Ruyter.

van Loon III,187/177 ; KPK.1330 R
pr, mooi patina

1.750,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM III, 1849-1890 - 2 ½ Gulden 1850

gewicht 24,67gr. ; zilver 925/1000 ; Ø 38mm.
Schulman 576 ; KM.82
zfr-

55,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM I, 1815-1840 - 10 Gulden 1824, Brussel

gewicht 6,73gr. ; goud 900/1000;  Ø 22,5mm.
randschrift: positie B
Schulman 190 ; KM.56
Nauwelijks gecirculeerd exemplaar met veel stempelglans.
unc-

995,00 



PROCOPIUS, 367-383 - AE Centenionalis, Constantionopolis (365-366)

weight 2,74gr. ; bronze Ø 18mm.

obv. Bust of Procopius, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed, left,
surrounded by the legend; DN PROCOPIVS P F AVG
rev. Emperor, head right, standing facing, holding labarum in right
hand and resting left on shield. At foot, left, a mushroom;
above, in field right, ☧, surronded by the legend FEPARATIO FEL TEMP,
CON(..) in exergue

Cohen 8 ; RIC 17a (R2) ; LRBC II, 2081-2083 ; Sear 19883 R
very minor traces of oxidation
vf-

140,00 



FRANCE - KINGDOM - PHILIPPE VI DE VALOIS, 1328-1350 - Gros tournois a la couronne n.d. (emission 6 september 1329)

weight 2,53gr. ; silver Ø 24mm.

obv. Halflong cross within circle. Inner circle legend + PhI - LIP - PVS - REX,
outer circle legend +BNDICTV:SIT:NOMЄ:DNI:NRI:DЄI
rev. Castle with crown above and surrounded by the legend FRANCORVM
In outer circle eleven circles with fleurs-de-lis

Duplessy 262 ; Lafaurie 266 ; Ciani 297
vf

275,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - REPUBLIEK, 1581-1795 - GELDERLAND - Bezemstuiver 1764, Harderwijk

gewicht 0,71gr. ; zilver Ø 16mm.
muntmeesterteken boom
Verkade 17.4 ; de Voogt 523 ; Pannekeet 135 ; HNPM.107;CNM.2.17.179
unc-

110,00 



KINGDOM OF MACEDONIA - ANTIGONOS II GONATAS, 276-239 BC - AR Tetradrachm, Chalkis, circa 274-255 BC

weight 17,05gr. ; silver Ø 29mm.

obv. Macedonian shield, adorned with seven stars within double crescents,
at centre of which horned bust of Pan left, lagobolon (pedum) over shoulder
rev. Athena Alkidemos advancing left, brandishing thunderbolt and holding
shield, BAΣIΛEΩΣ and AP-monogram in field to right,
ANTIΓONOY and X in field to left

The head of  Pan on this tetradrachm is regarded as a reference to the panic fear struck by the Arcadian god into the Gauls at Lysimacheia in 277. In this battle at Lysimacheia the Gauls were defeated by Antigonos.

Appartently unpublished. Extremely rare.

SNG.Copenhagen - ; AMNG.- ; SNG.Evelpidis - ; 
Weber collection - ; SNG.Tübingen - ; SNG.München - ;
Sear - ; HGC - ; Panagopoulou Period III ; SNG Alpha Bank - ;
SNG Ashmolean - ; SNG Copenhagen - ; SNG Saroglos -
RRR
vf

2.350,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - REPUBLIEK, 1581-1795 - OVERIJSSEL - Duit 1767, Kampen

gewicht 3,08gr. ; koper Ø 21mm.
muntmeester Nicolaas Wonneman
muntmeesterteken adelaar
Verkade 145.4 ; Purmer & van der Wiel.7009 ; 
HNPM.71 ; CNM.2.38.115 ; Pannekeet OVE.15

lichte zwakte van de slag
pr-

28,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - REPUBLIEK, 1581-1795 - WEST-FRIESLAND - Driegulden 1794, Enkhuizen

gewicht 31,47gr. ; zilver Ø 40mm.
muntmeester Hessel Slijper

zonder munt- of muntmeesterteken
Delmonte 1147 ; Verkade 69.4 ; HNPM.46 ;
CNM.2.46.55 ;
Pannekeet 110 ; Davenport 1853
Voortreffelijk exemplaar met stempelglans.

vrijwel unc

450,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - BATAAFSE REPUBLIEK, 1795-1806 - HOLLAND - Driegulden 1795, Dordrecht

gewicht 31,26gr. ; zilver 41mm.

Variant; kabelrand hellend naar rechts.

Delmonte 1146 ; Verkade 53.1 ; Schulman 79var. ; 
HNPM.88 ; CNM.2.28.101

Ietwat flauwe slag, maar weinig gecirculeerd exemplaar met enige stempelglans
zfr/pr

275,00 



NEDERLAND (NETHERLANDS, KINGDOM) - WILLEM II, 1840-1849 - 2 ½ Gulden 1842

gewicht 25,00gr. ; zilver 945/1000 ; Ø 38mm.
Schulman 507 ; KM.69
pr-

595,00 



NOORDELIJKE NEDERLANDEN (NETHERLANDS) - REPUBLIEK, 1581-1795 - NEDERLANDS OOST-INDIË (DUTCH EAST INDIES) - V.O.C. - ZEELAND - Duit 1733, Middelburg

gewicht 3,17gr. ; koper Ø 22,5mm.
muntmeester Pieter Kappeyne
muntteken burcht
stempelstand ↑←
Scholten 162 ; Verkade 1100 ; KM.152.1
zfr/pr

45,00 



JULIANUS II THE APOSTATE, 360-363 - AE 3, Kyzikus (361-363)

weight 3,29gr. ; bronze Ø 19mm.

obv. Helmeted bust left, holding spear and shield
DN FL CL IVLIANVS P F AVG
rev. VOT X MVLT XX within wreath, CYZA in exergue

Cohen 151 ; RIC 130 S
vf-/vf

60,00 



ANTONIA, mother of Claudius - AR Denarius, Lugdunum (41-42)

weight 3,45gr. ; silver Ø 18mm.

obv. Draped bust of Antonia right, wreathed with corn-ears,
surrounded by the legend; ANTONIA AVGVSTA
rev. Ceres standing facing, holding long torch and cornucopiae 
CONSTANTIAE AVGVSTI

Antonia was the wife of Nero Claudius Drusus and mother of Claudius.
Very rare.

Cohen 1 ; RIC 66 ; BMC 111 ; Sear 1900 RR
Some minor roughness, but very attractive coin with fine-detailed portrait.
vf

1.950,00 





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