MÜNZEN UND MEDAILLEN COINS AND MEDALS Antike – Mittelalter

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MÜNZEN UND MEDAILLEN COINS AND MEDALS Antike – Mittelalter

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45 King Alexander III, 336-323 BC. Distater (Gold) 336-323 BC, Aegeae. Head of Athena right, wearing

crested Corinthian helmet, bowl decorated with serpent / / ALEXANDROY. Nike wearing long chiton,

standing left, holding wreath and stylus, in field left, thunderbolt, monogram 'A'. Price 191b; Fr. 106.

17.19 g. Well struck with high relief. Extremely fine CHF 17´500.-

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46 Stater (Gold) circa 311-305 BC, Babylon. Posthumous issue. Head of Athena right, wearing double

crested Corinthian helmet, decorated with serpent / / Winged Nike standing left, holding wreath and

cradling stylis, 'MI' below right wing and on the right small wreath. Price 3748; SNG Cop. 639. 8.59 g.

Almost extremely fine CHF 3´000.-

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47 King Phillip V, 220-179 BC. Didrachm (Silver) 182-179 BC. Diademed head right / / Club within

wreath, one monogram above, two monograms below; trident to left. Boston 718. 8.46 g.

Extremely fine CHF 1´750.-

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48 ROMAN PROTECTORATE. Tetradrachm (Silver) 158-150 BC. Macedonian shield with seven stars

and seven crescents, in the center medallion, draped and diademed bust of Artemis right, bow and quiver

behind / / MAKEDWNWN / PRWTHS. Club, in field above, monogram, all within oak wreath, outside

on left, thunderbolt. SNG Cop. 1311. 16.86 g. Choice extremely fine with wonderful toning CHF 1´500.-

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