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ATTICA, Athen. 454-404 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,91 g). Head of Athena in Attic helmet to right / AΘE, Owl standing right, head facing; Olive spray and crescent to left. All within incuse square. Irregular flan. Minor roughness and traces of die rust on reverse field. Lusterous and lightly toned.


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ATTICA, Athen. 353-294 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,67 g). Head of Athena in Attic helmet to right, with profile eye / AΘE, Owl standing right, head facing; Olive spray and crescent to left. All within incuse square. Pi style. Irregular flan. Bright surfaces. Struck on the normal small flan.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 249, lot 111. February 9th, 2011

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ATTICA, Athen. 166-157 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,85 g). Head of Athena in Attic helmet to right / AΘE, Owl standing 3/4 right on lying amphora; Monograms across fields; supplementary magistrate name EY below amphora; month indicator (M) on amphora. All within olive wreath. Obverse struck with worn die. Some roughness on obverse field. Lightly toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Oslo Mynthandel Auksjon 65, lot 1262. November 21, 2010.

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ATTICA, Athen. 132-131 BC. AR tetradrachm (17,00 g). Head of Athena in Attic helmet to right / AΘE, Owl standing 3/4 right on lying amphora; magistrate names ΔΩΡΟΘΕ ΔΙΟΦ across fields; supplementary magistrate name (ΔI?) below amphora; month indicator (A) on amphora. All within olive wreath. Well struck with light golden toning and an area of dark toning on the reverse.


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ATTICA, Athen. 133-132 BC. AR drachm (3,46 g). Head of Athena in Attic helmet to right / AΘE, Owl standing 3/4 right on lying amphora; magistrate names ΠOΛYX NIK across fields. Caduceus? in left field. All within olive wreath. Porous surfaces.


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ATTICA, Aegina. 525-480 BC. AR stater (11,94 g). Sea turtle with heavy collar and row of dots (worn away) / Incuse square with small skew pattern. Bankers marks on shell. Lightly toned.


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Proveniens: Aegina is an island in the Saronic gulf, today about one hour ferry ride from Piraeus (Athens harbor city). It had two good, and defendable harbors that could support a substantial fleet of merchant ships and war ships. The city grew wealthy from maritime trading in the Aegean. It is therefore no surprise that the city and island of Aegina, was the first in Greece, even the first in Europe, to produce coins – the didrachm stater weighing around 12 grams. The coins show a sea-turtle the obverse and an incuse punch on the reverse. During the Peloponnese war (431-404 BC) Athens expelled the Aeginians and settled Aegina with Athenians. After the war Sparta helped to restore the Aeginians to their island. The turtle coins came back, but now with a land-turtle/tortoise on the obverse. The Aeginians were no longer the masters of the sea.

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ATTICA, Aegina. 500-480 BC. AR stater (11,90 g). Sea turtle with heavy collar and row of dots (worn away) / Incuse square with mill-sail device. Some smoothing. Toned. Scarce.


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Proveniens: Ex. Noble Numismatics Auction 96, lot 5023. April 5th, 2011

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CORINTHIA, Corinth. Circa 345-307 BC. AR stater (8,34 g). Pegasus flying left / Head of Athena in Corinthian helmet to left; I below chin; behind Athena, Nike flying left, holding fillet.


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Proveniens: Ex. Oslo Mynthandel Auksjon 66, lot 978. May 21st-22nd, 2010

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SIKYONIA, SIKYON. 431-400 BC. AR stater (12,03 g). ΣE. Chimaira standing left on ground line, raising forepaw / Dove flying left. All within olive wreath. Small punch mark on reverse. Old cabinet toning.


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SIKYONIA, SIKYON. Circa 330-280 BC. AR Triobol (2,77 g). ΣI, Chimaera walking left, raising forepaw / Dove flying left. Nicely toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 173, lot 212. September 26th, 2007. Ex. Christopher Morcom Collection

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ACHAIA, Aigon. 37-31 BC. AR tribol (2.29 g). Aristodamos, magistrate. ARΑΙΓΙΕΩΝ. Laureate head of Zeus to right / APICTOΔAMOC (magistrate) in three lines around Achaean League monogram, all within wreath. Nice old cabinet toning.


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ELIS, Olympia. 376 BC (101 Olympiad). AR stater (11,68 g). F-A. Head of Hera right, wearing stephane / Eagle with spread wings standing right, head to left, all within olive wreath. Lusterous and lightly toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Stack's Bowers Sale 185 - Session A, lot 299. August 5th, 2014

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ELIS, Olympia. 256-240 BC (131st-135th Olympiad). AR hemidrachm (2,21 g). Laureate head of Zeus to right / F-A, Thunderbolt. All within olive wreath. Nice old cabinet toning.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 250, lot 89. February 23rd, 2011. Ex. MIT Collection

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ARGOLIS, Argos. 270-250 BC. AR trihemiobol (1,18 g). Wolf at bay to left, Ө above / Crested Corinthian helmet to left, ΔE below. Well struck on good metal. Wonderfully toned.


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Proveniens: Purchased from Classical Numismatic Group. Ex. BCD Collection

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ARGOLIS, Argos. 270-250 BC. AR obol (0,81 g). Wolf head to left, Θ above / Large A with magistrate name (Π-Y) across field, thunderbolt below. All within incuse square. Light iridescent tone.


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Proveniens: Purchased from Classical Numismatic Group. Ex. BCD Collection

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TAURIC CHERSONESOS, Chersonesos. Circa 300-290 BC. Æ 22 (6.78 g). Theochares? magistrate. Artemis Parthenos advancing left, holding bow and spearing fallen stag / ΘEOXAPE, Bull standing left on club; bow and quiver in exergue. Dark brown patina. A few light scratches on obverse. Very rare.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 361, lot 722. October 14th, 2015

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KIMMERIAN BOSPOROS, Pantikapaion. Circa 310-304 BC. Æ 21 (7,51 g). Bearded head of satyr to right / ΓAN, Forepart of griffin advancing left, sturgeon below. Fine glossy light brown patina with a few green deposits. Rare.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 362, lot 114. October 28th, 2015

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KIMMERIAN BOSPOROS, Pantikapaion. Circa 325-310 BC. Æ? (4,09 g). Bearded and wreathed head of satyr to left / ΓAN, Bulls head to left. Dark brown patina with minor corrosion on obverse.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 269, lot 107. November 30th, 2011

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PONTOS, Amisos. Struck under Mithradates VI 120-111 or 100-95 BC. Æ26 (21,20 g). Male head to right, wearing bashlyk / AMIΣOY, quiver and unstrung bow. Wonderfully preserved with dark brown patina. Scarce.


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Proveniens: Purchased from Classical Numismatic Group. . Mithradates VI Eupator (119-63 BC) is a fascinating person. His home base, Pontos, on the southeastern shores of the Black Sea, bordered other post-hellenistic kingdoms such as Armenia, Bithynia and Cappadokia. He also extended his kingdom to large areas in Asia Minor, the main purpose being to stop the Roman expansion in the area. He succeeded in cleaning Asia Minor for Romans (quite brutally) and even held Athens and Pireaus for a while, but in 87 BC the general Sulla turned the tide. In 85 BC a truce were made, reducing his kingdom to Pontos proper. In 74 BC Nicomedes IV of Bithynia bequeathed his kingdom to the Roman people. This was too much for Mithradates and he invaded Bithynia I 73 BC. After some years with considerable progress, the Romans came back with another formidable general, Pompey the great. Ultimately, Mithradates realized that continued resistance would be in vain, and he committed suicide in 63 BC. After his death, the Romans had full control of Asia Minor, and now the Levant was open for conquest – the Seleucid kings of Syria weakened after years of internal strife.

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PONTOS, Amisos. Struck under Mithradates VI 105-90 or 90-85 BC? Æ21 (8,04 g). Aegis with gorgoneion / AMIΣOY, Nike advancing right, holding wreath and palm branch; monogram to left and right (illegible). Brown patina with brassy highlights.


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PONTOS, Pharnakeia. Struck under Mithradates VI 95-90 BC. Æ21 (7,73 g). Laureate head of Zeus to right / ΦΑΡΝΑΚΕΙΑΣ, Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, head reverted; monogram to left. Brown patina with a few green deposits.


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KINGS of PONTOS, Mithradates VI Eupator (circa 120-63 BC). AV stater (8,25 g). Issued under the First Mithradatic War. In the name and types of Lysimachos of Thrace. Struck in Tomis circa 88-86 BC. Diademed head of Alexander the Great to right, wearing horn of Ammon / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΛYΣΙΜΑΧΟY, Athena enthroned to left, holding Nike and resting arm on shield. TO on throne, ΛY to inner left; trident in exergue. Struck with the usual worn obverse die. Very minor earthen deposits. Rare with ΛY (ΛV) control mark.


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KINGS of PONTOS, Mithradates VI Eupator (circa 120-63 BC). AV stater (8,42 g). Issued under the First Mithradatic War. In the name and types of Lysimachos of Thrace. Struck in Tomis circa 88-86 BC. Diademed head of Alexander the Great to right, wearing horn of Ammon / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΛYΣΙΜΑΧΟY, Athena enthroned to left, holding Nike and resting arm on shield. TO on throne, HPA monogram to inner left; trident in exergue. Very minor earthen deposits.


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Proveniens: Ex. Italo Vecchi, Auction 16. October 9th, 1999

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KINGS of PONTOS, Mithradates VI Eupator (circa 120-63 BC). AR tetradrachm (16,66 g). Struck in Pergamon and dated month 9, year 223 BE (June 75/4 BC). Head of Mithradates VI to right / BAΣIΛEΩΣ MIΘPAΔATOY EYΠATOPOΣ, stag grazing left, star-in-crescent above monogram to left; ΓKΣ (date) above monogram to right; Θ in exergue. All within ivy wreath. A fine coin with well preserved surfaces. Light golden iridescent toning.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Triton XIX lot 144. January 4th, 2016

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BITHYNIA, Kalchedon. 357-340 BC. AR drachm (3,67 g). KAΛX, bull standing left; grain ear below; caduceus to left; monogram to left; A beneath bull / stippled quadripartite incuse square. Struck on an irregular smal flan. Nicely toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Gitbud & Neumann Auction 38, lot 206. December 6th, 2015

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BITHYNIA, Kios. 357-340 BC. AR hemidrachm (2,49 g). Poseidonios, magistrate. KIA, laureate head of Apollo to right / ΠOΣEIΔΩNIOΣ (magistrate name), prow to left, ornamented with star. Minor porosity on the surfaces. Toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Gitbud & Neumann Auction 24, lot 153. November 2nd, 2014

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KINGS of BITHYNIA, Prousias II Kynegos (182-149 BC). AR tetradrachm (15,92 g). Diademed bearded head of Prousias II to right / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΠΡΟΥΣΙΟΥ, Zeus standing left, holding scepter and wreath; to left, eagle standing on thunderbolt above monogram. Some corrosion and old scratches. Nice old cabinet toning.


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Kvalitet: 1+/01

Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 256, lot 111. May 25th, 2011

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KINGS of BITHYNIA, Nikomedes III Euergetes (Circa 127-94 BC). AR tetradrachm (16,10 g). Dated to year 203 (= 96-95 BC). Diademed head of Nikomedes II to right / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ EΠIΦANΟΥΣ NIKOMHΔOY, Zeus standing left, holding scepter and wreath; to left, eagle standing on thunderbolt above monogram; monogram ΓΣ (date) to left. Light toning with some deposits and iridescent toning around devices. Scarce.


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Proveniens: Ex. Künker Auction 182, lot 263. March 14, 2011

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KINGS of BITHYNIA, Nikomedes IV Philopator (circa 94-74 BC). The king that bequeathed his country to the Roman People. AR tetradrachm (16,68 g). Dated to year 207 (= 92-91 BC). Diademed head of Nikomedes II to right / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ EΠIΦANΟΥΣ NIKOMHΔOY, Zeus standing left, holding scepter and wreath; to left, eagle standing on thunderbolt above monogram; monogram ZΣ (date) to left. Fine steel grey toning and small patches with dark patina. A few old scratches on the reverse.


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Proveniens: Ex. Oslo Mynthandel Auksjon 64, lot 450. April 24-25th, 2010

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MYSIA, Kyzikos. 525-475 BC. AR hemiobol (0,33 g). Forepart of boar to left; tunny upward to right / Head of roaring lion left, with star to upper left. All within incuse square. Minor roughness. Toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Kjetil Kvist Collection

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MYSIA, Kyzikos. 525-475 BC. AR hemiobol (0,42 g). Forepart of boar to left; tunny upward to right / Head of roaring lion left. All within incuse square. Minor roughness. Darkly toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Artemide Aste 24.2E, lot 1142. October 20th, 2013

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MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 410-390 BC. AR tetradrachm (15,17 g). ΣΩTEIPA, head of Kore Soteira to left, her hair in sphendone covered with a veil, wearing wreath of grain ears / KYZIKHNΩN, head of roaring lion to left; tunny below; to right, owl standing left (off flan). Obverse struck in very high relief. Light even toning.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Auction 94, lot 439. September 18, 2013. Ex Numismatic Fine Arts II, lot 172. March 25, 1976. Ex. Roger Liles Collection

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MYSIA, Kyzikos. Late 3rd-early 2nd centuries BC. AR tetradrachm (16,85 g). In the name and types of Lysimachos of Thrace. Diademed head of Alexander the Great to right, wearing horn of Ammon / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΛΥΣΙΜΑΧΟΥ, Athena Nikephoros seated on throne to left, arm resting on shield, spear behind; monogram to inner left; torch in exergue. Small flan crack at 1 o'clock. Lightly toned. Very rare.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Auction 102, lot 389. May 18th, 2016. Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Triton XIV, lot 272. January 4th, 2011. Ex. Allan Smith, M.D. Collection

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MYSIA, Kyzikos. Circa 170-150 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,49 g). Head of Kore to right, wearing oak wreath / KYZIKHNΩN, club to left; monograms in upper and lower fields. All withing oak wreath. Smale flan crack at 1 o'clock. Lightly toned. Slightly rough surfaces and small repair on reverse. Nice steel grey toning.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 366, lot 536. January 13th, 2016

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MYSIA, Lampsakos. Circa 500-450 BC. AR drachm (5.11 g). Diademed Janiform female heads / Head of Athena left, wearing Corinthian helmet. All within incuse square; monogram on bowl of helmet. Bright porous surfaces. Small scrape on obverse.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 249, lot 125. February 9th, 2011

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KINGS of PERGAMON. Attalos I to Eumenes II. 241-159 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,78 g). Struck circa 225/15-189/8. Laureate head of Philetairos to right / ΦΙΛΕΤΑΙΡΟΥ, Athena sitting on throne to left, holding wreath, elbow resting on shield; star and bee to outer left; monogram to inner left; bow to right. Some scarpes and roughness.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 247, lot 130. January 12th, 2011

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MYSIA, Pergamon. Circa 166-66 BC. AR cistophoric tetradrachm (12,64 g). Cista mystica surrounded by ivy wreath / Two serpents entwined around bow and bowcase; AΣ and monogram above, city monogram to left, serpent-entwined thyrsos to right. Well struck and toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 247, lot 127. January 12th, 2011

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AEOLIS, Aigai. Circa 151-143 BC. AR tetradrachm (16.46 g). Stephanophoric type. Wreathed head of Apollo to right with bow and quiver over shoulder / AIΓAIEΩN, Zeus standing left, holding eagle and scepter; monogram to left. All within oak wreath. A few old marks. Double struck on the reverse. Toned with faint golden highlights around devices. Very rare.


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Kvalitet: 1+/01

Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Auction 97, lot 166. September 17th, 2014. . Aigai is situated on a hilltop, some miles inland from Kyme and Myrina on the western coast of modern Turkey. It controlled the roads to Sardes and Pergamon. The city is relatively well preserved today, taking into consideration that it was founded by Greeks, occupied and fortified by Persians, used as a Roman garrison and finally used by the Byzantines. Remnants of all occupants can still be seen. Olav was there in 2009, and it took him five years to acquire this coin, much because Aigai had a very limited output of stephanophoric tetradrachms compared to Kyme and Myrina. The coins are very rare today. According to Westermark, only four obverse dies are known (cf. U. Westermark, “En tetradrachm från Aigai i Aiolis” in Festscrift Lagerqvist, pp. 471–5).

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AEOLIS, Aigai. 4th-3rd centuries BC. Æ10 (1,00 g). Laureate head of Apollo to right / Head of goat to right. Dark patina with hints of green and grey. Some roughness.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 288, lot 205. October 10th, 2012

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AEOLIS, Aigai. 2nd-1st centuries BC. Æ14 (2,66 g). Head of Hermes to right, wearing petasos / AIΓAEΩN, forepart of goat to right, monograms above and to right. Dark patina with a few mineral deposits.


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Proveniens: Ex. Classical Numismatic Group, Electronic Auction 288, lot 206. October 10th, 2012

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AEOLIS, Kyme. Circa 155-143 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,75 g). Metrophanes, magistrate. Head of Amazon Kyme to right, wearing tainia / KYMAIΩN ΜΗΤΡΟΦΑΝΗΣ, horse standing right and raising foreleg; one-handled cup below raised foreleg. All within wreath. Wonderfully preserved surfaces. Lightly toned with faint golden highlights around devices. Almost as struck.


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AEOLIS, Kyme. Circa 155-143 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,60 g). Kallias, magistrate. Head of Amazon Kyme to right, wearing tainia / KYMAIΩN KAΛΛIAΣ, horse standing right and raising foreleg; one-handled cup below raised foreleg. All within wreath. A few old scratches and small scrape on reverse. Wonderful old cabinet toning.


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Proveniens: Purchased from Oslo Mynthandel in the 1980s

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AEOLIS, Myrina. Circa 188-170 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,48 g). In the name and types of Alexander the Great of Macedon. Head of Heracles to right, wearing lion skin headdress / AΛEΞANΔPOY, Zeus Aëtophoros seated left, holding sceptre; MYPI (Myrina) to left; amphora in front of feet. Some roughness and several small scratches in fields. Edge nick at 2 o'clock. Old cabinet toning.


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Kvalitet: 1+/01

Proveniens: Ex. Gitbud & Neumann Auction 26, lot 96. December 14th, 2014

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AEOLIS, Myrina. Circa 160-146 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,55 g). Stephanophoric type. Laureate head of Apollo to right / MYPINAIΩN, Apollo Grynios standing right, holding branch and phiale; three monograms to outer left, omphalos and amphora in front of feet to right. All within laurel wreath. Reverse struck a little off centre. A few deposits on edge and a few hairlines. Well preserved surfaces with some luster.


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Proveniens: Purchased from a British dealer in 2011

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AEOLIS, Temnos. Circa 188-170 BC. AR tetradrachm (16,58 g). In the name and types of Alexander the Great of Macedon. Head of Heracles to right, wearing lion skin headdress / AΛEΞANΔPOY, Zeus Aëtophoros seated left, holding eagle and resting hand on sceptre; monograms to left, under arm; oinochoe within vine tendrils in front of feet. Several tiny old marks and scratches. Lightly toned.


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Proveniens: Ex. Oslo Mynthandel Auksjon 67, lot 1441. November 26-22th, 2011

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LESBOS, Methymna. Circa 500-460 BC. AR obol (0,68 g). Head of Athena in Attic helmet with horn-like ornament / Tortoise within incuse square. Corroded surfaces. Very rare.


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Proveniens: Ex. Gitbud & Neumann Auction 16, lot 535. May 4th, 2014. Ex. Kjetil Kvist Collection

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LESBOS, Mytilene. Circa 377-326 BC. EL hekte (2,55 g). Head of Dionysos to right, wreathed with ivy / Horned male head, wearing tainia. All within square frame. Small scrape on obverse. A few hairlines. Scarce.


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Proveniens: Ex. Kjetil Kvist Collection

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LESBOS, Mytilene. Circa 377-326 BC. EL hekte (2,51 g). Head of Dionysos to right, wreathed with ivy / Head of Silenos facing, within incuse square. A few small scratches. Scarce.


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Proveniens: Ex. Kjetil Kvist Collection

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LESBOS, Mytilene. Circa 377-326 BC. EL hekte (2,54 g). Laureate head of Apollo to right, snake to left / Head of Artemis to right, wearing sphendone, within square frame. A few small scratches. Scarce.


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Proveniens: Ex. Kjetil Kvist Collection

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