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Tetradrachm from Syracuse (480 BC)

Syracuse in Sicily, tetradrachm dated after 480 BC, struck under tyrant Gelon I. Grading: VF (scratch rev.). Rev.: Quadriga walking right. Adv.: Artemis-Arethusa. Reference: Boehringer 307. Weight: 17,15 g.

Protocol no. 3120

kr 6,000

Tetradrachm from Syracuse (480 BC)

Syracuse in Sicily, tetradrachm dated after 480 BC, struck under tyrant Gelon I. Grading: VF (weak strike rev.). Rev.: Quadriga walking right. Adv.: Artemis-Arethusa. Reference: Boehringer 142. Weight: 17,24 g.

Protocol no. 3121

kr 8,000

Denarius from Octavian (30-29 BC)

Denarius dated 30-29 BC, struck under Octavian in Rome. Grading: F. Rev.: Terminal figure set facing on thunderbolt. Reference: RSC 114. Weight: 3,29 g.

Protocol no. 3144

kr 2,900

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Tiberius II Constantinus (578-585 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 578-585 AD, struck under Emperor Tiberius II Constantinus in Constantinople. Grading: XF (scratch obv.). Reference: Sear 422. Weight: 4,55 g.

Protocol no. 3080

kr 5,950

Drachm from Alexander the Great (336-323 BC)

Drachm from King Alexander the Great (336-323 BC), King of The Macedonian Kingdom. Posthumous strike from King Antigonus I Monophthalmus 320-305 BC. Grading: Good VF. Adv: Hercules. Rev: Zeus on throne. Reference: Price (1991) 1967. Weight: 4,26 g. 

Protocol no. 3036

kr 1,500

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Justinian I (527-565 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 527-565 AD, struck under Emperor Justinian I in Constantinople. Grading: VF. Obv.: Angel holding staff. Reference: DOC 9d. Weight: 4,45 g.

Protocol no. 3075

kr 4,500

Solidus (gold!) from Constans II & Constantine IV (641-668 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 641-668 AD, struck under Emperor Constans II and Emperor Constantine IV in Constantinople. Grading: XF (minor scratches rev.). Obv.: Bearded Constans and shaved Constantine. Reference: DOC 25a. Weight: 4,41 g.

Protocol no. 3074

kr 5,000

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Heraclius (610-641 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 610-641 AD, struck under Emperor Heraclius in Constantinople. Grading: VF/XF. Obv.: Heraclius in between Heraclonas and Heraclius Constantinus standing facing. Reference: Sear 766. Weight: 4,39 g.

Protocol no. 3073

kr 4,900

Tetradrachm from King Philipp II (359-336 BC)

Tetradrachm from King Philipp II (359-336 BC), King of The Macedonian Kingdom. Posthumous strike from Amphipolis (315/4-295/4 BC). Grading: VF (test cut). Obv: Zeus. Rev: Horseman. Reference: Price (1991) 2459. Weight: 16,41 g. 

Protocol no. 3079

kr 4,000

Tetradrachm from Syracuse (ca. 480-470 BC)

Syracuse in Sicily, tetradrachm dated ca. 480-470, struck under tyrant Gelon. Grading: VF. Rev.: Quadriga walking right. Adv.: Artemis-Arethusa. Reference: Boehringer 318 (stgl.). Provenance: Rauch (2004) 73:79. Weight: 16,93 g.

Protocol no. 3078

kr 7,500

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Justinian I (542-552 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 542-552 AD, struck under Emperor Justinian I in Constantinople. Grading: F/VF. Obv: Facing bust with cuirass and helmet. Rev: Angel. DOC 9h. Weight: 4,04 g.

Protocol no. 3041

kr 4,300

Judaea Capta Denarius from Emperor Vespasian (69-70 AD)

Denarius dated 69-70 AD, struck under Emperor Vespasian in Rome. Grading: VF. The reverse type celebrates the success of Vespasian and Titus in quelling the First Jewish Revolt. Obv.: Judaea seated beside trophy. Reference: Sear 2296, RIC² 2. Weight: 3,04 g.

Protocol no. 3029

kr 3,600