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Currently at the #Catawiki auctions: Greek Antiquity - Mysia, Pergamon AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm, c135-128BC

Greek Antiquity - Mysia, Pergamon AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm, c135-128BC - Catawiki

Currently at the auctions: Greek Antiquity - Mysia, Pergamon AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm,

Catawiki online auction house: Greek Antiquity - Ionia, Ephesos. Silver Tetradrachm, 390-330BC - Bee with Straight Wings/Kneeling Stag

Greek Antiquity - Ionia, Ephesos. Silver Tetradrachm, 390-330BC - Bee with Straight Wings/Kneeling Stag

Catawiki online auction house: Greek Antiquity - Ionia, Ephesos. Silver Tetradrachm, 390-330BC - Bee with Straight Wings/Kneeling Stag

Greek Antiquity - Cilicia. Tarsos. Mazaios (Satrap of Cilicia, 361/0-334 BC) AR Stater

Offered in Catawiki's Ancient Coins auction (Greek & Eastern): Greek Antiquity - Cilicia. Mazaios (Satrap of Cilicia, BC) AR Stater.

Currently at the #Catawiki auctions: Greek Antiquity - Pamphylia, Aspendos, c380-325BC. AR Stater

Greek Antiquity - Pamphylia, Aspendos, c380-325BC. AR Stater

Currently at the auctions: Greek Antiquity - Pamphylia, Aspendos, AR Stater

Currently at the #Catawiki auctions: Greek Antiquity - Aitolia,  Aitolian…

Greek Antiquity - Aitolia, Aitolian League. Triobol (Circa 220-205 BC

Currently at the auctions: Greek Antiquity - Aitolia, Aitolian…

Catawiki online auction house: Greek Antiquity, Mysia - Silver Cistophorus of Pergamon, 133-67 BC

Greek Antiquity, Mysia - Silver Cistophorus of Pergamon, 133-67 BC

Catawiki online auction house: Greek Antiquity, Mysia - Silver Cistophorus of Pergamon, BC

Currently at the #Catawiki auctions: Greek Antiquity - Aitolia, Aitolian League…

Greek Antiquity - Aitolia, Aitolian League, AE Hemiobol, c 290-220BC

Offered in Catawiki's Ancient Coins auction (Greek & Eastern): Greek Antiquity - Aitolia, Aitolian League, AE Hemiobol, c Very fine.

Monedele Celtice – reprezentari artistice – drumul spre goblen continua

Female rider in a Celtic coin- possibly Boudica (I'd have thought Rigantona)

Ancient coins from Phoenicia

Phoenicia-Arados Phoenicia-Arados, AR Drachm, BC (Year (No legend) Bee with straight wings; date in monogram form and monogram in upper left and right fields respectively [A]RADIWN Stag standing right, palm tree behind BMC p.

Biblical archaeology; recent discoveries: Rare Crusader coin found in Jaffa. Martin Peilstöcker and Amit Re’em, unearthed an extremely rare coin in the area of Jaffa’s flea market. It dates to the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem (1099-1291), the feudal state created by the first Crusaders.

Rare Crusader coin found in Jaffa. It dates to the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem the feudal state created by the first Crusaders.

Henry VII groat - Henry VII of England - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Henry VII groat - Henry VII of England . A 'groat' is medieval European coins, in particular an English silver coin worth four old pence, issued between 1351 and

archaicwonder:  The rare Demareteion (decadrachm) of Syracuse, Sicily c. 480-479 BC Demareteion is the name given in antiquity to a coin of Syracuse. The early Syracusan decadrachm was named the Demareteion because it was thought to have been struck from the proceeds of a gift of one hundred talents of gold made by the defeated Carthaginians to Demarete, the wife of the tyrant Gelon of Syracuse. However, this theory was later overturned. The dies of the decadrachms and the related…

archaicwonder: “ The rare Demareteion (decadrachm) of Syracuse, Sicily c. BC Demareteion is the name given in antiquity to a coin of Syracuse. The early Syracusan decadrachm was named the.

Nike is represented on many greek coins #GoldBullion

Nike is represented on many greek coins #GoldBullion

Ninth-century Anglo-Saxon coin. The face of this coin reads: Northumbria Aethelred II 854-62, Æ Sceat, 85Y-58, O: † Ediiredre, †, Rx: † Eurdreo †. Although this object is hundreds of years old it is still with us today, providing a small window into an intriguing past culture. While Anglo-Saxon coins are now sold among historical enthusiats and kept in museums, it is important to acknolwedge that this coin was once a daily part of people's lives.

Ninth-century Anglo-Saxon coin. The face of this coin reads: Northumbria Aethelred II

Roman Empire & Republic / Greek Antiquity - Lot of 5 AR/AE pieces.

Roman Empire & Republic / Greek Antiquity - Lot of 5 AR/AE pieces.

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