eLive Auction 33

Ancient and World Coins, Antiquities
Saturday 1 June 2024 - Sunday 2 June 2024

Auction Catalog

eLive Auction 33
Ancient and World Coins, Antiquities

The online catalogue will accept bids from registered users until 14:00, Saturday 1 June 2024.

The auction will be broadcasted live on 15:00, Saturday 1 June 2024 (lots 1-500) and on 15:00, Sunday 2 June 2024 (lots 501-1046)
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).

The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

476: Nerva (96-98). AE Sestertius, Rome mint

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Antiquities

Antiquities

992: PREHISTORIC ARROWHEADS Neolithic period, c. 10000-2000 BC Lot of fifteen (15) prehistoric arrowheads of various shapes. Dimensions: from 28 to 18 mm

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

498: Hadrian (117-138). AV Aureus, Rome mint, 136 AD

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World Coins

World Coins

928: Ivory Coast. AR 10 Francs, 1966

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

243: L first series. AR Quinarius, Casta Valeriana (Luceria), 214 BC

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Antiquities

Antiquities

1008: ROMAN BRONZE HERM Roman period, c. 2nd century BC - 1st century AD. Small Roman bronze herm probably depicting Zeus. The details of the head and genital organs are rendered, while the chest, arms and legs are barely sketched. The herm is placed in a cubic lead base. Dimensions: 50.5 x 18.0 mm

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

13: Gaul, Massalia. AR Obol, c. 5th century BC

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

22: Samnium, Southern Latium and Northern Campania, Cales. AE 18 mm. c. 265-240 BC

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World Coins

World Coins

958: Russia. Catherine II "the Great" (1762-1796). AE 10 Kopeks, 1777 KM, for Siberia

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

180: Cilicia, uncertain mint. AR Obol, c. 4th century BC

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World Coins

World Coins

961: Sierra Leone. AR 1 Leone, 1974. 10 years of the Bank of Sierra Leone

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

738: Honorius (393-423). AV Solidus, Sirmium mint (?)

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

24: Central and Southern Campania, Hyria or Nola. AR Nomos, c. 400-395 BC

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Ancient and Medieval Asia

Ancient and Medieval Asia

215: India. Mauryan Empire (340-181 BC). AR Karshapana, 22.5 x 19 mm

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Antiquities

Antiquities

986: MEGALODON TOOTH Miocene to Pleistocene, from 13.6 to 4.2 million years ago. Tooth of Carcharocles megalodon. Dimensions: 102 x 89 mm

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World Coins

World Coins

942: Mali. AR 10 Francs, 1960

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World Coins

World Coins

832: Bulgaria. Boris III (1918-1943). AR 100 leva 1934, London mint

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

726: Gratian (367-383). AE 23 mm. Antioch mint

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Ancient and Medieval Asia

Ancient and Medieval Asia

211: India, Kushan Empire. Soter Megas (55-105). AE Tetradrachm, 80-90 AD

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

128: Syracuse. Agathokles (317-289 BC). AE Litra, c. 295 BC

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

440: Agrippa (died 12 BC). AE As. Rome mint. Struck under Caligula, 37-41

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The Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire

758: Justinian I (527-565). AE Pentanummium, Theupolis (Antioch mint)

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

736: Arcadius (383-408). AV Solidus, Rome mint, 404-408

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Antiquities

Antiquities

1013: MEDUSA BRONZE PHALERA Roman period, c. 1st - 3rd century AD. Roman bronze phalera depicting, in relief, the head of a medusa with long locks of hair/snakes, surmounted by two wings. The representation is framed by a border made up of engraved lines. Two lateral holes for mounting. Diameter: 72 mm

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

230: Janus/Prow to right libral series. AE Cast Triens, c. 225-217 BC

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

578: Maximinus I (235-238). AE Sestertius, Rome mint, 235-236

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Ancient and Medieval Asia

Ancient and Medieval Asia

213: India, Gupta Empire. Kumara Gupta (415-450). AR Drachm

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

157: Attica, Athens. AR Tetradrachm, c. 454-404 BC

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

125: Syracuse. Timoleon and the Third Democracy (344-317 BC). AR Hemidrachm

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World Coins

World Coins

843: China. Tang Dynasty (618-900). AE 10 Cash, Qian Yuan zhong bao (758-759)

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

25: Central and Southern Campania, Hyria or Nola. AR Nomos, c. 400-395 BC

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

417: Caius Julius Caesar. AR Denarius, mint moving with Caesar, 49-48 BC

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

229: Anonymous. AE Litra or quartuncia (?), Campanian mint, 280-270 BC

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World Coins

World Coins

975: Trinidad e Tobago. 1971 Trinidad & Tobago Proof Set, Franklin Mint, 5 Dollars in silver, 1 Dollar, 25, 20, 10 Cents in Cupro-Nickel and 5 Cents and 1 Cent in Bronze. Within its original box

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World Coins

World Coins

840: China. Wang Mang (7-23 AD). AE Cash, Da Quan Wu Shi, 7-14 AD

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

347: Mn. Aemilius Lepidus. AR Brockage Denarius, 114 or 113 BC

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Ancient and Medieval Asia

Ancient and Medieval Asia

203: Indo-Skythians. Azes (58-12 BC). AE Tetradrachm

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

15: Central Gaul, Pictones. AR 15 mm., 1st century BC

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

718: Constantius II (337-361). AV Solidus, Antioch mint, 355-361

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World Coins

World Coins

911: Italy. Constanzo I Sforza (1473-1483). AR Terzo di Grosso, Pesaro mint

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Barbaric and Migration Period Coinage

Barbaric and Migration Period Coinage

747: Uncertain Germanic tribe. Pseudo-Imperial coinage. . AE, Barbaric imitation

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World Coins

World Coins

856: Equatorial Guinea. Republic (1968- ). AR 75 Pesetas 1970 for the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

143: Tauromenion. AE Unit, after 336 BC

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

456: Nero (54-68). AE Sestertius. Paduan type, by Giovanni da Cavino

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

190: Baktria. Diodotos I, as Seleucid satrap of Bactro Sogdiana (before 256 BC). AV Stater, first Diodotid Mint, probably Ai Khanoum (or nearby) c. 255-246 BC

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

614: Otacilia Severa, wife of Philip I (244-249). AE Sestertius, 244-249

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

717: Constantius II (337-361). AV Solidus, 355-361 AD. Antioch mint

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

651: Postumus (259-268). AE Sestertius, Lugdunum mint, 260-269

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

101: Kamarina. AE Tetras or Trionkion, c. 410-405 BC

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

535: Commodus (177-193). AE Sestertius, Rome mint, 187-188

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

69: Bruttium, Carthaginians in South-West Italy. AR Quarter Shekel, c. 215-205 BC. Second Punic War issue. Uncertain Punic mint in Bruttium (Lokris?)

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World Coins

World Coins

959: Russia. Lot of 4 (four) coins: 1 rubel 1924 (3), 1 rubel 1926 (1)

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