Denarius Ar. Q Caecilius Mettalus Pius Scipio. C, 47-46 BC. Obv; Head of Africa wearing elephant headdress; Q METELL before; SCIPIO IMP behind. Rev; Hercules leaning on club; EPPIVS to left; LEG F C to right. Crawford 461/1. Dark tone. 3.55g. NVF
Collection of Greeksilvers and bronzes. Bronzes from Ptolemy and silvers from Lucania, Alexander, Ptolemy, Athens (pierced) and Thessalian league (pierced). Various condition and grades.  Poor to NVF
Collection of mixed ancient silvers and bronzes. Roman Ae's and Ar's from the Republic to Constans. 1 large Ptolemaic Ae 33 and 2 modern Roman copies. A mixed bag in various conditions and grades.  Poor to NVF.
Denarius Ar. Republic. Sextus Pompeius Fostlus. C,137 BC. Obv; Helmeted head of Roma. Rev: Wolf suckling twins, watched by shepherd; FOSTLVS on left; SEX POM on right; ROMA in ex. RRC 235/1a. Toned and good surfaces. 3.80g. NVF.
Drachm Ar. Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos. C,299-296 BC. Obv; Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin. Rev: Zeus Aëtophoros seated left; to left, forepart of lion left over M; head of griffin left below throne. Thompson 68. Toned and good surfaces. 4.21g. VF.
Quarter stater Au. Durotriges. Unlisted 'Cogwheel smiler type'. C,55-35 BC. Obv; Two men in a boat design. Rev: Horse left, sun burst above. Not listed in Van Arsdell -, BMC-, Evans- or Mack-. Pale gold, good strike for issue. 1.01g. VERY RARE. NVF.
Stater Au. Corieltauvi. 'South Ferriby type'. C,45-10 BC. Obv; Abstract head of Apollo. Rev; Disjointed horse left. VA 811 var. Large flan on rose gold with a slight weak patch on reverse. 5.39g. GVF/NVF.
Unit Ar. Trinovantes. Late 'Whaddon Chase type'. C,45-40 BC. Obv; Celticized head right. Rev: Horse left, pellet in ring above and below. Van Arsdell 1558-1. Although chipped it has good detail and toned. RARE. 0.95g. GVF.
12 X Roman Ae Provincials all from the Moesia and Thrace area of the Roman Empire. Examples from Septimius Severus, Elagabalus, Severus Alexander and Macrinus. Mints of Marcianopolis and Nicopolis. Nice selection with good variation. Various conditions but most are good metal and detail. Fine to GVF 
12 X Roman Ae Provincials all from the Moesia and Thrace area of the Roman Empire. Examples from Septimius Severus, Elagabalus, Severus Alexander, Diadumenian and Macrinus. Mints of Marcianopolis, Nicopolis and Nicaea. Nice selection with good variation. Various conditions but most are good metal and detail. Fine to GVF 
A collection of 26 Roman coins which mostly consist of silverdenarius and quinarius. Starting from the Republic and through to Tacitus, including a plated denarius of Vitellius. Interesting selection in various grades. Fine to VF 
A collection of Greekelectrotypes (one Julius Caesaraureus). 9 complete coins and 29 halves which go together to form top and tail of complete types. Interesting collection complete with original Baldwin's paper work from 1938 All VF+ 
Au Stater. Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Wild type. C, 20-43 AD. Obv; CA/MV corn ear between. Rev; Horse leaping r, CVN below. VA 1931-7. A little off centre on reverse but good metal and surfaces. GVF. 5.46g.
Group of 4 mixed ancients. Agrippa. Ae As. Rev; Neptune standing left hldg trident plus three Greeksilvers, Istros Ar stater, Apollnoia Ar diobol and a Ar tetrabol of Histiaia. Various grades. G Fine to NVF. 
Stater Au. Cunobelin. 'Wild type' C, 10-20 AD. Obv; Corn ear dividing CA MV, pellet top left of M. Rev; Horse right, branch above with ring ornament before. VA 1931-7 var. Good metal and detail. 5.59g. GVF
Tetradrachm Ar. Thrace. Byzantion. C, 240-220 BC. Obv; Veiled and wreathed head of Demeter right. Rev; Poseidon seated on rocks holding trident. SNG BMC Black Sea 67. Uneven surfaces on reverse. RARE. 12.29g. G Fine/N Fine
A collection of mixed ancients from the Roman, Greek and Asian periods. 5 Roman Ar denarius and 1 Ar drachm. 1 Plated Attica, Athens tetradrachm and other various mixed Ar and Ae denominations. Mixed grades. Poor to NVF 
A collection of Phoenicia (199) in silver (42) and copper (157) housed in a cabinet, The collector remarks: 'The Autonomous Coinage of Phoenicia, although firmly within the Greek series, is remarkable for its maritime imagery and unique script, including several early dated series. The strategic location of Phoenicia (modern Lebanon) led to repeated incursions by Alexander and his successors, the Ptolemies and Seleukids, and ultimately by the Romans ; a turbulent history reflected in a further wealth of coin types'. Lot includes Tetradrachms (16) Aradus (2), of Alexander and obv. Tyche, Berytus (Caracalla), Ake-Ptolemais (3), of Ptolemy II , Antiochus VIII, and Caracalla, Sidon (3) Ptolemy II, Alexander I, and obv. Tyche, Tyre (7) Ptolemy II, Melquarth, Trajan (3), Caracalla, Geta; Dishekels (4) Byblos, Sidon, Tyre (2); a Stater of Aradus and Didrachms of Tyre (2), with other silver (20) including two very rare fractions of Gebaal (Byblos) Lion/Lotus type. The copper represents the mints of Aradus, Berytus, Ake, Byblos, Carne, Marathus, Orthosia, Tripolis, 'uncertain mint', Sidon, Tyre, comprising a solid range of autonomous and Roman issues including rarities such as Galba (Berytus), Diadumenian, Rev. Temple of Diana, and Aquileia Severa, both of Tyre. Lot includes Books (3), in mixed grades many in VF a few better, the bronzes in particular worthy of further study and further detailed research
A group of mixed Greek silvers (18) and bronzes (6) including a few far Eastern silver units. 1 interesting immative Celtic Ar tetradrachm of Thasos. Various grades with two units being possible copies. Poor to NVF. 
A group of Roman Ae4 bronzes from the House of Constantine. C, 4th century AD. Examples from Constantine I and II, Constantius and Constans. Included are Urbs Roma, Constantinopolis and two soldiers standing with standards. All of good metal and detail. NVF to EF. 
CelticGold Stater Early Uninspired Coinage Cheriton Type ("Cheriton Smiler") similar to Chute type but with large crescent face S24, VA1215 (var) comes with Chris Rudd's ticket found Portsmouth Hants 1939 about VF edge a little irregular at the top as often
CelticSilver Unit Ece Obverse Two Crescents back to back, Reverse Horse right ECE below, weight 1.1 grammes, S.445 M.426 Fair (bought C.J.Martin 1984 £28) and Jetton Elizabeth I in lead or pewter, these believed to have been struck in London around 1574, probably as political medalets or counters, Reverse with Crowned Rose and E [R] at sides Obverse with double-headed eagle North 2062, weight 2.5 grammes Fair
Roman Dupondii (2) struck by Caligula, of Germanicus Caesar, Obv . Germanicus in triumphal quadriga, and Nero and Drusus Caesars, Obv. The two Caesars on horseback RCV 1820 and 1828, Fair to Near Fine, both scarce
Roman, Caligula (4) Sestertius, Rev. ADLOCVT COH, Caligula on platform haranguing five soldiers, NF Rare; As, Rev Vesta F rough surface obverse, Quadrans GVF or better; and a commemorative As of his father Germanicus NF, RCV 1799, 1803, 1804, 1821
Roman, Claudius (5) Sestertius Rev. EX SC PP OB CIVES SERVATOS within wreath, As (2) Revs. Constantia and Libertas, Quadrans Obv. Modius, and a Sestertius of his father Nero Claudius Drusus, RCV 1850, 1857, 1860, 1863, 1897 Fair to Near Fine
Stater Au. Atrebates and Regni. C, 75-30 BC. Remic QB type. Obv; Blank. Rev; Horse right with wheel ornament below. VA 216-1. Slight weak strike to horses head otherwise good detail and centrally struck. 5.86g. VF
A small group of mixed ancients. A 'Limes' Ae denarius of Orbiana, Parthian Ar drachm of Mithradates (plugged), Sassanian Ar dirham of Kushru and two small Greek Ar obols. Mixed grades and conditions. Fine-GVF. 
Ar denarius. Antoninus Pius. C, 158-159 AD. Rev; TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST; Octastyle temple surmounted by quadriga, seated figures within; COS IIII in ex. RIC 290a. Good silver and toned. 2.80g. 18mm. GVF.
Ar denarius. Julius Caesar. C, 44 BC. Obv; CAESAR IMP P M; wreathed head of Caesar right. Rev; L AEMILIVS BVCA; Venus standing left holding Victory and sceptre. RRC 480/4. Good silver and surfaces with a nice even tone. 3.40g. 20mm. GVF.
Ar denarius. Julius Caesar. C, 48-47 BC. Obv; Diad head of Venus right. Rev; Aeneas walking left carrying Anchies and palladium. RSC 12. Good silver but highly polished with an edge mark. 3.40g. 20mm. G Fine.
Ar denarius. P Fonteius P f Capito. C, 55 BC. Obv; P FONTEIVS PF CAPITO III VIR; Helmeted and draped bust of Mars, trophy over shoulder. Rev; MN FONT TR MIL; horseman galloping right about to spear a warrior below who is attacking a third combatant. RRC 429/1. Good silver and surfaces. 3.97g. 20mm. GVF.
Ar tetradrachm. Attica. Athens. C, 300-262 BC. Obv; Helmeted head of Athena right. Rev; Owl standing right, crescent and olive sprig above. Svoronos Taf 19.21. Good metal with a patchy tone. 17.16g. 23mm. VF.
Ar tetradrachm. Macedon. Alexander III the Great. C, 325-323 BC. Obv; Head of herakles wearing lion skin. Rev; Zeus seated left holding eagle, monogram before. Price 3228. Good metal. 16.92g. 27mm. VF.
Ar tetradrachm. Macedon. Philip II. C, 323-315 BC. Obv; Laureate head of Zeus right. Rev; Naked horseman right holding aplutre, G below. Le Rider pl 46, 18. Some surface marks with some dark staining. 14.26g. 25mm. GVF.
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