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Tetradrachm from King Alexander the Great (336-323 BC)

Tetradrachm from King Alexander the Great (336-323 BC), King of The Macedonian Kingdom. Posthumous strike from Alabanda (173-167 BC). Grading: F/VF. Obv: Hercules. Rev: Zeus on throne, pegasos. Reference: Price (1991) 2459. Weight: 16,41 g. 

Protocol no. 2970

kr 2,250

Tetradrachm from Alexander the Great (336-323 BC)

Tetradrachm from King Alexander the Great (336-323 BC), King of The Macedonian Kingdom. Posthumous strike under Kassander (316-315 BC). Grading: XF / Mint State. Obv: Hercules. Rev: Zeus on throne. Reference: Price (1991) 129. Weight: 17,23 g. 

Protocol no. 2990

kr 9,000

Tetradrachm from King Eukratides (171-135 BC)

The Baktrian and Indo-Greek Kingdoms, tetradrachm dated 171-135 BC, struck under King Eukratides. Grading: VF (corr.). Reference: Sear 7570. Weight: 16,39 g.

Protocol no. 2960

kr 5,000

Statér from Aspendos (400-370 BC)

Aspendos in Pamphylia, statér dated 400-370 BC. Grading: F/VF. Obv.: Wrestlers. Rev.: Slinger to right. Reference: SNG von Aulock 4554. Vekt: 10,5 g

Protocol no. 2957

kr 2,000

Drachm from King Alexander the Great (325-323 BC)

Drachm from King Alexander the Great (336-323 BC), King of The Macedonian Kingdom. Posthumous strike from Abydos 325-323 BC. Grading: VF. Adv: Hercules. Rev: Zeus on throne. Reference: Price (1991) 1501a. Weight: 4,27 g. 

Protocol no. 2953

kr 1,500

Statér from Aegina in Attica (485-480 BC)

Aegina in Attica, statér dated 485-480 BC. Grading: VF. Obv.: Turtle. Reference: Sear 1858. Weight: 12,32 g. 

Protocol no. 2947

kr 3,500

Statér from Thasos in Thrace (510-490 BC)

Thasos in Thrace, statér dated 510-490 BC. Grading: VF. Obv.: Satyr running away with nymph raising her hand in protest. Reference: Sear 1357. Provenance: Collection of Rui (Norway). This specimen was bought from the Stockholm-based coin dealer Ahlström in 1976 for 3750 Norwegian kroner. 3750 kroner is approximately the same as 19453 Norwegian kroner today (1967 EUR (7 September 2019)), according to the Norwegian central bank’s price calculator. Weight: 9,06 g.

Protocol no. 2939

kr 8,500

Hemidrachm from Sikyon in Peloponnesos (360-330 BC)

Sikyon in Peloponnesos, hemidrachm dated 360-330 BC. Grading: VF. Reference: Sear 2774. Provenance: Collection of Rui (Norway) 13 December 1991. Weight: 2,69 g. 

Protocol no. 2936

kr 1,200

Hemidrachm from Chersonesos in Thrace (386-338 BC)

Chersonesos in Thrace, hemidrachm dated 386-338 BC. Grading: F/VF. Obv.: Forepart of lion right, head reverted. Reference: SNG Copenhagen 824-825. Provenance: Collection of Rui (Norway) 13 December 1991. Weight: 2,0 g. 

Protocol no. 2934

kr 300

Numidia, bronze coin (ca. 148-118 BC)

Numidia, bronze coin dated ca. 148-118 BC, struck under King Micipsa. Grading: F. Reference: SNG Copenhagen 505. Provenance: Collection of Rui (Norway) 13 December 1991. Weight: 12,97 g. 

Protocol no. 2927

kr 950

Bronze coin from Chios (84 f. Kr.)

Chios in Ionia, bronze coin dated after 84 BC, struck under Magistrate Asmenos. Grading: VF. Reference: cf. SNG von Aulock 2280. Provenance: Collection of Rui (Norway) 13 December 1991. Weight: 3,95 g. 

Protocol no. 2924

kr 550

Siglos from The Achaemenid Empire (486-450 BC)

Persia, The Achaemenid Empire, siglos dated 486-450 BC, struck under the rule of King Xerxes I and King Artaxerxes I. Grading: VF (test cut rev.). Obv.: Kneeling archer. Reference: Sear (1979) 4678. Weight: 5,59 g.

Protocol no. 2842

kr 1,500