Rome. DenariusAugustus. (27 BC-AD 14.) Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 15 BC. AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, bare head right / IMP • X across field, exergue worn, Apollo Citharoedus of Actium, wearing long drapery, standing facing, head left, holding plectrum in right hand and lyre in left. Near Fine
Ar denarius. M. Baebius Q.f. Tampilus, Denarius, Rome. C, 137 BC. Obv; Helmeted head of Roma l.; behind, TAMPIL; before, X. Rev; Apollo in quadriga r., holding reins, branch, bow and arrow; below, ROMA; in ex., M BAEBI Q [F]. Crawford 236/1a. Good metal, toned. 3.88g. GVF/VF
Au stater. Insuler Belgic C/Kentish A type. C, 1st century BC. Obv; Devolved head of Apollo. Rev: Disjointed horse right, coffee bean symbol above head. Spink 20a. 6.75g. Usual large uneven flan. RARE. GVF
Billonstater. Durotriges. C,45-40 BC. Obv; Abstract head of Apollo right. Rev; Disjointed horse left; above, pellets; behind, pellet in ring. Van Arsdell 1246-1. Heavy green patina due to copper in silver. 5.47g. VF
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.
Au Quarter Stater. Atrebates & Regni. Uninscribed. Circa 75-30 BC. Ratham Ringpole - Atrebatic B - British ‘Remic' type. Obv; Celticized head of Apollo right. Rev; Horse running left; star above, ‘cogwheel' below. Spink 48. Good metal but a pale colour. 1.39g. 14mm. G Fine
Au Quarter Stater. Atrebates & Regni. Uninscribed. Circa 75-30 BC. Ratham Ringpole-Atrebatic B-British ‘Remic' type. Obv; Celticized head of Apollo right. Rev; Horse running left; star above, ‘cogwheel' below. Spink 48. Minor die deterioration. 1.30g. 15mm. NVF
Stater - Ar Stater. Durotrigan E, Abstract (Cranborne Chase) type. C, 65 BC-AD 45. Obv; Devolved head of Apollo right. Rev; Disjointed horse left; pellets above, pellet below, pellet in lozenge above tail. Van Arsdell 1235-1. Reverse off centre but good metal. 5.49g. 19mm. GVF.
Au stater. Insuler Belgic C / Kentish A type. C, 2nd century BC. Obv; Devolved hd of Apollo. Rev; Disjointed horse r, rosette behind, wishbone above. VA -, Spinks 20a. Good sized flan. RARE. GVF. 6.69g.
CelticGallo-Belgic A goldStater, large flan type circa 125 BC. Weighs 7.3 grams. Head of Apollo left. R. celticized horse left, flower below, star above, two pellets in annulets on exergual line. Sills 291. V.A.12-1. S.1. Very fine, centrally struck both sides, small scrape on obverse. Superb example for its type. Famous type being listed by Spink as their number 1 (S 1) and hence the earliest listed coin ever to circulate in Britain
Greeksilver (8), includes Athens new style Tetradrachm, obverse head of Athena, reverse owl.Thasos Tetradrachm (2), obverse head of young Dionysos, reverse Herakles standing. Amphipolis Tetradrachm, obverse Macedonian shield, reverse club. Apollonia Pontika silver Drachm (2), obverse Anchor, reverse Gorgoneion. Lysimachos Drachm, obverse head of Alexander, reverse Athena enthroned. Samothrake Didrachm, obverse head of Athena, reverse kybele enthroned left. All fine to very fine, some with mount marks
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