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Auktion 338 (LIVEBIDDING)  -  03.12.2019 14:30
CLASSICA, PATRIA & SELECTED VARIA FROM VARIOUS COLLECTIONS RARITIES FROM ANCIENT, MEDIEVAL & MODERN TIMES

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Lot 1001
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. GALLIA. MASSALIA. Obol, about 450-400 BC. AR 0.91 g. Unbearded male head r., wearing helmet decorated with four-spoked wheel. Rev. Four-spoked wheel. LT/BN 520. G. Maurel, Corpus des monnaies de Marseille et Provence (2013), 51, 252.Very rare. Extremely fineProvenance:Münzen und Medaillen AG, Basel - Fixed Price List 608 (2002), 99.
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Lot 1002
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. CAMPANIA. MARSIC LEAGUE. Denarius, about AD 88-87. AR 3.72 g. Bust of Minerva l., wearing aegis and crested helmet, crowned by Victory standing behind her. Rev. Soldier, nude to waist, standing facing, helmeted head turned r., holding lance with his r. hand, sword in his lowered l. hand; on l., four shields attached to a tree, on r., forepart of bull reclining r., in exergue, IIIV. Campana 121, 170c (this specimen, illustr. on pl. 9); Syd. 630.Rare. Dark tone. Very fineProvenance:Othon Leonardos (Rio de Janeiro) collection.Auction J. Schulman, Amsterdam 31 May 1927, 339.Auction R. Ratto, Lugano 24 February 1930, 247.R. Ratto, Lugano - Fixed Price List VIII (1933), 176.Auction Numismatica Ars Classica NAC AG, Zurich 70 (2013), 97.
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Lot 1003
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. CALABRIA. TARENTUM. Litra, about 450-430 BC. AR 0.62 g. Scallop within a linear circle. Rev. Head of the nymph Satyra l., the hair in a chignon at the back of the head; linear circle. SNG München 718; Vlasto 1135.Scarce. Toned. Very fineProvenance: Auction Münzen & Medaillen Deutschland GmbH, Weil/Rh. 5 (Stuttgart 1999), 5.
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Lot 1004
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. CALABRIA. TARENTUM. Diobol, about 350-330 BC. AR 1.26 g. Head of Athena r., wearing crested, laureate Attic helmet and necklace. Rev. Heracles, nude, kneeling r., wrestling with the Nemean lion, holding club in his lowered r. hand. SNG ANS 1428; Vlasto 1338.Scarce. Excellent late classical style. Well centred. Extremely fine
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Lot 1005
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. CALABRIA. TARENTUM. Nomos, about 310-300 BC. AR 7.89 g. Naked horseman r., holding round shield and two spears with his l. hand, a third spear in his raised r. hand; in field, E - Π - Λ , below horse, API. Rev. TAPAΣ Phalanthos, nude, seated on dolphin swimming l., holding rudder in his l. hand, cantharus in his outstretched r. hand; in field Λ., Kl. Fischer-Bossert 290, 930 (these dies); SNG ANS 1012 (same obv. die); Vlasto 634 (these dies).Nice old tone. Good very fine
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Lot 1006
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. CALABRIA. TARENTUM. Nomos, about 310-300 BC. AR 7.84 g. Youth, naked, on horse standing r., crowning himself with his r. hand, holding the reins with his l. hand; below, ΣA and Ionic capital. Rev. TAPAΣ Phalanthos, nude, riding dolphin l., holding coiled serpent on his outstretched r. hand, kentron in his lowered l. hand; in field below, KON. Fischer-Bossert 295, 959 (these dies); Vlasto 655.Light tone. Obv. Close to Extremely fine. Rev. Extremely fineProvenance:Auction Numismatica Ars Classica (NAC) AG , Zurich 54 (2010), 10.
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Lot 1007
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. CALABRIA. TARENTUM. Nomos, about 280-270 BC. AR 6.36 g. Naked horseman, wearing helmet, on horse prancing r., holding spear in his raised r. hand, two more spears and a round shield in his l. hand; in upper l. field, EY, below horse legs, ΦINT. Rev. TAPAΣ Phalanthos, nude, riding dolphin l., holding trident in his l. hand, on his extended r. hand, Nike crowing him; in field l., ΠOΛY, below dolphin, prow. SNG ANS 1088; Vlasto 84, 720.Scarce. Old tone. Traces of overstriking. Close to Extremely fineProvenance:Prof. E. Langlotz collection.Auction AUCTIONES AG, Basel 23 (1993), 188.
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Lot 1008
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. LUCANIA. METAPONTUM. Diobol, about 320-300 BC. AR 1.24 g. Head of Demeter-Kore r., wearing barley wreath, ear-pendant and necklace. Rev. META Corn ear with leaf, in field r., plough and Π. SNG ANS 1428; Vlasto 1338.Scarce. Extremely fine
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Lot 1009
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. BRUTTIUM. LOKROI EPIZEPHYRIOI. Stater, about 320-300 BC. AR 8.70 g. Pegasus flying l., thunderbolt between legs. Rev. ΛOKPΩN Head of Athena l., wearing Corinthian helmet with large neck-guard. Calciati, Pegasi II, 576, 11; SNG ANS 513.Nicely toned. Extremely fine
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Lot 1010
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. BRUTTIUM. TERINA. Nomos, about 440-425 BC. AR 7.57 g. Within olive wreath, head of nymph Terina l., hair in ampyx and rolled in on the back. Rev. TEPI - NAION Nike seated l. on a stool, wearing sleeveless chiton, holding wreath in her raised r. hand, kerykeion in her lowered l. hand (?). Holloway-Jenkins 24, 18 (these dies); Rutter, HN 193, 2576; SNG ANS 807 (this obv. die).Scarce. Excellent classical style. Close to extremely fineProvenance:Auction H.H. Kricheldorf, Freiburg/Br. 24 (Stuttgart 1971), 19.
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Lot 1011
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. ACRAGAS. Didrachm, about 485-480 BC. AR 8.74 g. AKPA Eagle with closed wings standing l. Rev. Crab, below, corn grain. SNG Cop. 39 (same rev. die); Westermark, Akragas 56,185.1 (this specimen, illustr. on pl. 14).Old tone. Some corrosion spots on rev. Good very fineProvenance:G. De Falco, Naples - Fixed Price List 57 (1962), 177.Münzen und Medaillen AG, Basel - Fixed Price List 542 (1991), 8.
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Lot 1012
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. CATANE. Litra, about 464-450 BC, work of the famous 'Brussels master'. AR 0.68 g. Head of bearded Silenos r. with bald forehead and donkey ear. Rev. KAT - ANE Winged thunderbolt between two small round shields. SNG ANS 1264; SNG Oxford 1703. Chr. Boehringer, Kataneische Probleme: Silberne Kleinstmünzen, Proceedings of the ICN 1979 in Berne (1982), 73, L 1 and pl. 6, Li1.Rare. Of the highest quality. Beautiful dark patina. Extremely fine
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Lot 1013
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. CATANE. Tetradrachm, about 450-440 BC. AR 17.26 g. Slow quadriga r., the driver, wearing long, sleeveless chiton, holding the reins with both his hands, kentron in his r. hand. Rev. KATANAI - O-N Head of Apollo r., the long hair tied up in a laurel wreath in the back of the head. Gulbenkian I, 179 (these dies); SNG ANS 1241 (these dies).Rare. Excellent classical style. Old tone. Extremely fineProvenance:Barone Pennisi di Floristella, Acireale collection.Auction Bank Leu AG, Zurich 22 (1979), 20.
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Lot 1014
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. GELA. Didrachm, about 490-480 BC. AR 8.47 g. Nude horseman, wearing helmet, on horse prancing r., holding lance in his raised r. hand, the reins with his l. hand. Rev. CE - Λ - A Bearded, man-headed forepart of bull r. Boston 241 (these dies); Jenkins 182, 28 (these dies).Toned. Extremely fineProvenance:Reverend A. Mallinson Collection.Prospero collection.Auction Spink & Son Ltd., London 39 (1984), 39.The New York Sale XXVII (2012), 122.
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Lot 1015
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. LEONTINOI. Tetradrachm, about 415 BC. AR 17.25 g. Laureate head of Apollo r. Rev. ΛEO - NT - IN - ON Lion head r. with open jaws, in the field, three corn grains. Boehringer, Chronologie 53, 67 and pl. 13, 67 (these dies); SNG ANS 248 (these dies).Rare. Nice classical style. Good very fine with elegant old toningProvenance: Auction Numismatik Lanz, Munich 123 (2005), 57.
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Lot 1016
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. SELINUS. Tetradrachm, about 430-420 BC. AR 17.13 g. Apollo and Artemis in slow quadriga l., Artemis, wearing long chiton, holding the reins, Apollo shooting arrow from bow. Rev. ΣEΛI - NONT - IO-N River-god Selinos, unbearded, standing l., wearing himation, holding long laurel branch with his l. hand, pouring libation over square altar; in front of the altar, cock, in field r., selinon leaf over small statue of bull on base l. Schwabacher, MBNG 12, 14 (these dies).Very rare variety. Toned. Very fineProvenance: Auction F.R. Künker GmbH & Co. KG, Osnabrück 295 (2017), 199.
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Lot 1017
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. SYRACUSE. Tetradrachm, about 475-470 BC. AR 17.14 g. Slow quadriga r., the driver, wearing long chiton, holding reins with both his hands; above, Nike flying r. to crown horses. Rev. ΣV - RA - K - OΣI - OИ Head of Arethusa r., wearing earring and necklace, the hair in the back tied up in a pearl diadem. Boehringer 173, 316 (these dies); Randazzo 71, 484 (these dies); SNG ANS 103 (these dies).Traces of overstriking. Good very fineProvenance: Auction F.R. Künker GmbH & Co. KG, Osnabrück 295 (2017), 203.
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Lot 1018
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. SYRACUSE. Tetradrachm, about 466-460 BC. AR 17.38 g. Slow quadriga r., the driver, wearing long, sleeveless chiton and holding reins with both his hands, crowned by Nike flying l.; in exergue, ketos r. Rev. ΣVR[retrograd]AKOΣ- IO - N Head of Arethusa r., long hair tied up in a pearl diadem in the back of the head; she wears a circular ear pendant and a necklace. Boehringer 195, 437 (these dies); SNG ANS 135 (same obv. die).Excellent early classical style. Welle centred. Good extremely fineProvenance: Comery collection.
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Lot 1019
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. SYRACUSE. Tetradrachm, about 420-415 BC. AR 16.91 g. Slow quadriga r., standing driver wearing long, sleeveless chiton, holding reins with both his hands, kentron in his r. hand; above, Nike flying r. to crown horses; in exergue, grasshopper r. Rev. ΣYPAKOΣI - ON Head of Arethusa r., hair in krobylos on the back of the head, wearing double-hook earring and necklace; around, four dolphins. Boehringer 251, 726; Jameson 782 (these dies); SNG ANS 246 (these dies).Very rare issue. Of best classical style. Die break on rev. Good very fineProvenance:Matton (château d'Hauterrive/F) collection.Auction Gorny & Mosch-Giessener Münzhandlung GmbH, Munich 207 (2012), 74A.
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Lot 1020
CLASSICA - GREEK COINS. SICILIA. SYRACUSE. Tetradrachm, work of unsigned work of the engraver Eukleidas, about 413-399 BC. AR 17.39 g. Fast quadriga l. on double ground line, driver holding reins with both his hands and kentron in his r. hand, crowned by Nike flying r.; in exergue, corn ear l. Rev. [ΣYPAKOΣIΩN] Head of Arethusa l., hair in ampyx and sphendone, wearing double earring and necklace with a pearl pendant; around, four dolphins. Fischer-Bossert, CAT 177, 87b (this specimen); SNG München 1069 (same dies).Scarce. Excellent classical style. Some insignificant corrosion spots. Almost extremely fineProvenance: Auction Münzen und Medaillen Deutschland GmbH, Weil am Rhein 3 (Stuttgart 1998), 26.
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