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2 Roman Silver Coins Caracalla and Gordian good condition .
Greek Silver Coin lot 2 SILVER TETROBOL 1 silver Gorgon. Good condition . This is not my area so I am listing as a lot .
THRACIAN OR SCYTHIAN Coson, after 54 BC, AV Stater (8.43 g), obi procession, rv eagle, wreath, scepter, NGC graded MS (mint state) which is the highest grade for a choice UNC. Strike: 5/5, Surface: 5/5. DIMENSION 20mm.
Offered is a lovely antique 20K gold necklace with the following description:
Beautiful Ancient Coin of Lysimachus Silver Tetradrachm in 20K Yellow Gold Necklace. Exceptional ancient silver tetradrachm bearing a portrait of the deified Alexander the Great, minted 297 - 281 BC under one of Alexander's top generals and successors, King Lysimachos. Coin is set in a custom large oval bezel with 20K braided necklace 13" in length. Striking and unique piece. 70 grams.
Six bronze rings from China circa pre Han Dynasty 200BCE. These appear to be excavated and were most likely trade items or primitive currency used by a non Chinese ethnic group like the Xiongnu or Ordos. D: 5.8cm to 6.5 cm weighing between 49 grams and 55 grams and seem to have a high copper content.
Offered is the KINGDOM OF MACEDON-Alexander III, 336-323 BC, AR Tetradrachm silver coin, NGC slabbed XF, choice XF, "extremely fine" (Strike 5/5 - Surface 4/5), with good metal, nice surface NGC-choice, excellent condition, in early posthumous issue.
Obverse depicts Zeus holding an eagle and a scepter.
This unique slabbed silver coin of Alexander III, AR Tetradrachm measures 25 mm and weighs 17.16 grams.
A nice large coin from theWarring States that can be used as a pendant. Size: Diameter. 4.1cm. Condition: Fine.
Thrace, Apollonia Pontika, Mid to Late 4th Century BC, silver derham, (3.52 gm, 16X14 mm), nicely struck on a full broad flan, choice good very fine and toned.
Corinth, 350-300 BC, Silver Stater, S.2250 VAR, (8.40 gm, 22 mm), well struck on a nice full flan, choice extremely fine with a nice tone cabinet toning.
Corinth, 350-300 BC, Silver Stater, BMC XXX VI.15, (8.03 gm, 21 mm), lovely struck on a nice full flan, choice good very fine with a nice tone cabinet toning.
Corinth, 350-300 BC, Silver Stater, (8.48 gm, 21X19 mm), choice good very fine with a nice tone cabinet toning.
Calabria, Tarentum 350-300 BC, Silver Didrachm (6.45 gm, 22 mm), nicely struck on a broad flan, choice extremely fine with a nice tone cabinet toning.
A Kushan gold necklace delicately strung with very small ancient lapis lazuli beads (approximately 24 beads to an inch). There are 12 gold coins with images of 6 ancient kings - six on each side. There are 2 kings that we recognize - one is Vasudeva I, the other is "Ohsho" holding an elephant goad, thunderbolts, a trident and a goat. The center bead is a oblong fluted gold bead. There are also two blue glass beads flanking the central gold bead.