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Tetradrachm from Alexander the Great (336-323 BC)

Tetradrachm from King Alexander the Great (336-323 BC), King of The Macedonian Kingdom. Posthumous strike in Ake / Damascus(?) (ca. 320 – 319 BC). Very Fine condition (corr.). Obv: Hercules. Rev: Zeus on throne. Price 3495a. 16,78 g. 

Protocol no. 3020

kr 2,000

Tetradrachm from Alexander the Great (336-323 BC)

Tetradrachm from King Alexander the Great (336-323 BC), King of The Macedonian Kingdom. Posthumous strike from King Philip III Lysimachus in Ecbetana (ca. 323 – 317 BC). Very Fine condition (corr.). Obv: Hercules. Rev: Zeus on throne. Price P221. 16,75 g. 

Protocol no. 3019

kr 2,900

Tetras from Syracuse (ca. 400 BC)

Syracuse in Sicily, tetras dated ca. 400 BC, struck under Tyrant Dionysios I. Very Fine condition and an excellent style for issue. Obv.: Nymph. Rev.: Octopus. SNG ANS 385. 1,9 g.

Protocol no. 3634

kr 4,250

Statér from Metapontum (ca. 510-470 BC)

Metapontum in Lucania, statér dated ca. 510-470 BC. Very Fine condition. Noe Class IX, 202 (same obverse die); HN Italy 1482. 7,32 g.

Protocol no. 3626 E

kr 3,950

As from Emperor Claudius (42 AD)

As dated 42 AD, struck under Claudius to commemorate Germanicus, who died in 19 AD. Mint: Rome. Extremely Fine condition. Sear 1905, RIC 106. 10,93 g.

Protocol no. 3626

kr 11,000

Tetradrachm from Athens (ca. 454-404 BC)

Athens in Attica, tetradrachm dated ca. 454-404 BC. Very Fine condition. Obv.: Athena. Rev.: Owl standing, olive sprig and crescent. Kroll 8; HGC 4, 1597. 17,22 g. 

Protocol no. 3625

kr 4,850

Tetradrachm from Athens (ca. 454-404 BC)

Athens in Attica, tetradrachm dated ca. 454-404 BC. Very Fine condition. Obv.: Athena. Rev.: Owl standing, olive sprig and crescent. Kroll 8; HGC 4, 1597. 17,19 g. 

Protocol no. 3624

kr 7,500

Argenteus from Emperor Diocletian (ca. 295-296 AD)

Argenteus dated ca. 295-296 AD, struck under Emperor Diocletian in Nicomedia. Extremely Fine condition. Rev.: Four-turreted camp gate with open doors. RIC 22a. 3,19 g. 

Protocol no. 3608

kr 5,000

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

Denarius dated 69-70 AD, struck under Emperor Vespasian in Rome. Very Fine condition. The reverse type celebrates the success of Vespasian and Titus in quelling the First Jewish Revolt. Sear 2296; RIC 4; Hendin 760. 3,08 g.

Protocol no. 3607

kr 3,900

Quadrans from Emperor Claudius (41 AD)

Quadrans dated 41 AD, struck under Emperor Claudius in Rome. Very Fine condition. RIC 85. 2,7 g.

Protocol no. 3587

kr 1,500

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Heraclius (616-625 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 616-625 AD, struck under Emperor Heraclius in Constantinople. Extremely Fine condition, but with some striking weakness. Sear 738, DOC 13e. 4,43 g. 

Protocol no. 3584

kr 4,500

Solidus (gold!) from Emperor Heraclius (616-625 AD)

Solidus (gold!) dated 616-625 AD, struck under Emperor Heraclius in Constantinople. Very Fine condition. Sear 738, DOC 13e. 4,49 g. 

Protocol no. 3583

kr 4,950