eLive Auktion 9

e-Live Auktion 9 - Ancient and World Coins, Antiquities
6th October 2019

Auction Catalog & Results

eLive Auktion 9 - Ancient and World Coins, Antiquities

The online catalogue will accept bids from registered users until 13:30, 6th October.

The auction will be broadcasted live on 6th October from 14:00h
It will be possible to bid live during the auction using this page, or using DeaMoneta website. Each website requires a different account: please be sure to register in time.

Bids can also be submitted by fax before 12:00h of the day before the auction (Fax number: +43125303330040).

 

Medals

Medals

Austria. Franz II/I (1792-1805-1835). AR Medal, Prague mint, 1804.

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Coins of the Golden Horde

Coins of the Golden Horde

Golden Horde. Jani Beg Khan (1341-1357). AR Dirham, Saray mint, 745 AH/1344 AD.

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Roman Imperial Coins

Roman Imperial Coins

Maximinus I (235-238). AE Sestertius, 235-236.

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Ancient Tesserae

Ancient Tesserae

PB Tessera. D/ Bust of Minerva right, helmeted. R/ IVL / ATR.

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World Coins

World Coins

Japan. Edo Period (1603-1868). Ho Ei Tsu Ho, 1708-1709, Schichijo (Kyoto) mint. R/ On the rim: Ei Kyu Sei Yo (=for the everlasting use of the world). Countermark Chin (=precious).

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The Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire

Heraclius (610-641). AE 20 Nummi, Carthage mint, 622-623.

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Large Lots

Large Lots

Greek Italy. Multiple lot of five (5) unclassified AR-AE coins, including: Poseidonia-Paestum, Thurium, The Brettii and Kroton.

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Roman Republican Coins

Roman Republican Coins

C. Fabius. AR Denarius, 102 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

Lysimachos (305-281 BC). AR Drachm, in the name and types of Alexander III of Macedon, Kolophon, Ionia, mint, 301-299 BC.

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Antiquities

Antiquities

Orange calcedony intaglio ring, the bezel engraved with turreted head. Roman, 2nd-3nd century AD.

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Barbaric and Migration Period Coinage

Barbaric and Migration Period Coinage

Vandals in North Africa. Gaiseric to Huneric, 470 - 480. AR Siliqua, in the name of Honorius, pseudo-Ravenna mint in Carthage.

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Greek Pottery

Greek Pottery

A Greek black-glazed Kylix. 4th century BC.

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