Collection of Greek and Romansilvers and bronzes. 45 Roman bronze and silver from the Republic through to the 4th century AD, examples from Augustus and Allectus noted. 6 bronze coins from the Greek and Asian provinces. Mixed grades and conditions, varied selection.  Poor to NVF.
Collection of Greek and Romansilvers and bronzes. Roman bronze and silver from the Republic through to the 4th century AD, a small module dupondius of Trajan included. Bronze coins from the Greek and Byzantines included. Mixed grades and conditions, varied selection.  Poor to NVF.
Collection of mixed ancients. Most are Romanimperial and provincial bronzes with some Greeksilvers. Mostly identified in old collection packets. Mixed grades and of an average quality but worth a look.  Poor to Fine.
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
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. 
Mixed ancient bronze and silver coins. Coins from the Greek and Byzantine periods with one Ae hard head of James VI. Mostly silvers with coins from Cappadocia, Parthia, Alexander III and other small denominations. A good selection and of various grades. Some with original tickets. Poor to GVF. 
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. 
Collection of mixed ancients some of which are modern copies. Selection of low grade mixed Romanbronzes most of which are genuine but low grade. 5 Greeksilvers and 1 Byzantine Au solidus all of which are modern copies. Mixed grades and conditions. Poor to NVF. (46)
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
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