Tetradrachm of Antioch with bust of Emperor Otho.
Obverse: Laureate bust of Otho to right.
Inscription in Greek.
Reverse: Eagle standing left on laurel branch, holding wreath in beak.
Crescent between legs. Palm branch at left.
Diameter: 25.2 mm. Weight: 14.40 gm...
SILVER COIN of Antioch with head of Emperor Domitian.
Obverse: Head of Domitian, laureate,
(Inscription in Greek)
Reverse: Eagle facing on thunderbolt, head right; wreath in beak; in right claw, palm branch.
(Inscription in Greek)
Date=Year 11 (A.D. 91/2)
Diameter: 25 mm...
A rare predigreed silver didrachm!.
Caria, Rhodes. c. 394-304 BC. (early style), 6.68 grams.
Helios facing radiate slightly to right. Rose with bud on stem, in the left field a thunderbolt.
Condition: Nice VF, old collection toning.
Ex. Julius Wilche c. 1950, Ex. ABR 440-803. SNG Cop. cf. 733(sold at $600). Part of Jens Hermann Collection.
A group of three encapsulated one ounce 99.9% pure silver proof commemorative coins depicting Diana, Princess of Wales. Issued in 1997, each set comes with the original certificate of authenticity, the hinged plush covered fitted case, and the encapsulated finely detailed frosted and mirror silver coin. Each Liberia $20 coin is in MINT as issued condition. Each coin is $30, and they include: Birth of William, Wedding Day and Compassion (please specify your choice)...
An ecapsulated Royal Canadian Mint 1999 proof silver dollar issue to commemorate the 225th anniversary of the sighting of the Queen Charlotte Islands. This coin comes complete with the information pamphlet, the fitted plush and leatherette green hinged case and the cardboard sleeve. This coin is in excellent as issued condition with no losses, damage or repairs other than a touch of bruising to the corners of the sleeve...
A brilliant mint state United States Morgan 1891-S silver dollar with exceptional eye appeal and outstanding luster. The coin was cleaned more than 45 years ago, but the re-toning is very appealing. The coin exhibits a sharp full detailed strike with exceptional detail in the feathers on the reverse and in the cheeks and hair on the obverse, and is virtually free of marks.
Ensemble of 5 coins from the brief but historically very important reign of Qin Shi Huang Di, 221 to 206 BCE, considered the first emperor to unify China. Examine enlargements for condition.
Ramachandra, 1270-1311, gold Padma Tanka pagoda, D: 16mm, weight 3.5g, scyphate uniface with 5 punchmarks: lotus, SRI, conch, SRI, SRI RAMA, MN-643+, MSI-289, spear or arrow below SRI RAMA, scratches as visible in enlargements.
This is a rare Swiss 5 franc coin from 1865 made to commemorate a shooting competition in Schaffhausen. This coin is inclosed in a plastic coin cover. We are offering this coin for a very good price. It is in excellent condition.
Information for buyers: please look at the photos closely and read the item description and condition report prior to bidding. I will not take any returns on these items. Also, please contact me for any questions or comments about the item prior to buying...
A specimen of the worlds first paper money!
China, Ming Dynasty (1368-1399)Board of revenue, 1 Kuan or 10000 cash, printed on mulberry bark paper and stamped with the red seal of emperor Hung Wu.
Renowned collector and engineer Sofus Black (1882-1960).
Black was stationed in China from 1902 to 1931. The present example was bought at a famous Danish Auctionhouse and has never been on the market since Sofus Black aquired it...
Very nice named British Life Saving Medal. RLSS bar coincides with medal obverse that reads 'ROYAL LIFE SAVING SOCIETY ESTABLISHED 1891' and shows a sea rescue in process. The reverse reads 'AWARDED TO' and is engraved with the name 'M. S. COSSETT AUG 1926'. Around the edge of the obverse is Latin, probably the society slogan. The second bar is the date 1933, probably when the award was presented. Both bars are on the original ribbon which is usually long gone...
A very rare bronze As, Septimius Severus in EF condition.
Septimius Severus (193-211 AD). AE As, Rome (Roma), AD 194.
Obv. L SEPT SEV PERT AVG IMP IIII, Laureate head right.
Rev. MARS PATER / S - C, Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy.
RIC IV, p. 184, 583.
Condition: Superb EF. Excellent portrait and red and green patina.
Two ancient bronze "coins" shaped like small bowed knives. Both have encrustation on the bronze of varied coloration including that of a a blue-green malachite color.
Period: Shang Dynasty (1600-1028 BC)
Sizes: One is 14.5 cm long. The other is 17.7 cm long.
Condition: The coins have natural wear and small chips to their rims and encrustation due to age. Nice patina. Would make an interesting addition to any coin collection.
This group from the Lewin estate offers individually priced Confederate notes with one fun reproduction (JEP 400, 401, 402, 403 and 404), plus a small coin folio with a total price for all of its contained Asian coins (JEP 405A, B, C and D) and lastly, a 2002 $1 poker token from the Saddle West Casino in Pahrump, NV...
A set of nineteen very rare Pyu silver coins. Dated 100 to 500 AD. Some coins have holes in them, probably used for jewelry. Sizes: See photo. Condition: Natural patina.
A nice large coin from the Five Dynasty that can be used as a pendant. Size: Diameter. 4.1cm. Condition: Fine.
A 2002 American Historical Society painted .999 silver American Eagle silver bullion dollar coin in the original case with letter of authenticity. The 1-1/2" encapsulated coin is colourized on both sides and it is in the original as issued condition. This item is in excellent as issued condition with no losses, damage or repairs. All items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and may have slight signs of gentle use...
A nice 1922 United States silver Peace dollar $1 coin in EF condition. It has nice detail especially on the obverse. All coin and banknote gradings are subjective and are included as guides only, and are based on published grading charts. Please refer to the hi-res scans included in our listings for accurate sight grading of our items...