Ar tetradrachm. Egypt. Ptolemy VIII Euergetes. C, 170-116 BC. Obv; Diademed bust of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis. Rev; ΠΤΟΛΕΜΑΙΟΥ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ, eagle standing left on thunderbolt. GCV 7908 var. Toned. NVF
Ar tetradrachm. Egypt. Ptolemy II. C, 285-246 BC. Tyre mint. Obv; Diademed bust of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt; monogram and club before. Svoronos 644; SNG Copenhagen 482-3. Counter/test marks. 14.16g. G Fine
Romansilverdenarius x 2. Hadrian. C, 134-138 AD. AEGYPTOS, Egypt reclining left, holding sistrum and resting arm on basket around which snake coils, ibis before her. RIC 296. Elagabalus. C, 218-222 AD. LAETITIA PVBL, Laetitia standing left, holding wreath and rudder set on globe. RIC 95. Both about G Fine. 
Greek a collection (65) in a small Abafil case including Tetradrachms of Athens, Egypt and Syria, Staters of Italy (4) and Aradus, a Siglos of Lydia, an archaic Drachm of Thasos with other Drachms and silver minors (13); Copper (10); also Parthian (3), Sassanian (5) Silver Drachms, Indo-Greek and Roman Colonial including Tetradrachm of Nero with Tiberius, these all attributed, along with a group of 11 copies. In mixed grades, many VF
Collection of mixed ancients in a collectors album. A mixture of bronze and silver coins. Greek silvers of Parthia, Alexander and Persia. Bronze coinage from Carthage, Ptolemaic Egypt, Byzantine and some small Jewish prutahs. 1 silver European hammered and 4 modern foreign. Mixed grades and conditions. Fine to GVF. 
Ancient Greece. (3) Egypt. Ptolemy II (285 - 246BC). 44mm. Bronze and Ptolemy III (246 - 221BC) 42mm. Bronze. Both = Head of Zeus ammon right. R. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt. Indo-Greek. Menander (c. 160 - 145BC) silverDrachm his heroic bust left. R. Athena standing right and Roman Antoniniani of Gordian III and Philip I. First two with corrosion and scratches otherwise F-VF
Ancient Greece (4) EgyptPtolemy III (246-221 BC) 2x bronzes of 38mm and 26mm. Diad hol of Zeus ammon right. R. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt and copies of bakrian Tetradamam of Euthydemos I and Romanmedallion of carus. Fine or better
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