Classical Numismatic Group, USA-Lancaster

19. July 2016

Classical Numismatic Review Fixed Price Offerings

Fixed-Price List of Summer Edition of the Classical Numismatic Review

The summer edition of the Classical Numismatic Review offers 163 selected coins at a fixed price.

Lot 435871: Attica, Athens. Circa 545-525/15 BC. Didrachm. $75,000.

Lot 435871: Attica, Athens. Circa 545-525/15 BC. Didrachm. $75,000.

The list of the selected coins of the fixed-priced list of the summer edition of the Classical Numismatic Review runs the gamut of choice coins, from an exceptional “Wappenmünzen” didrachm from the early days of Athenian coinage, ...

Lot 433945: Etruria, Populonia. Circa 300-250 BC. 10 Asses. $3,750.

Lot 433945: Etruria, Populonia. Circa 300-250 BC. 10 Asses. $3,750.

... to pedigreed Etrurian from the Lord Renfrew collection, a rare and popular medallion depicting Noah’s Ark, ...

Lot 431914: Roman Republic. Gaius (Caligula). AD 37-41. As. $2,450.

Lot 431914: Roman Republic. Gaius (Caligula). AD 37-41. As. $2,450.

... and a variety of Roman Republican and Imperial issues.

Lot 431568: York (Restored). Richard III. 1483-1485. Angel. $39,500.

Lot 431568: York (Restored). Richard III. 1483-1485. Angel. $39,500.

In the British section highlights include a Shrine Sceatt from Lord Stewartby and Saxon pennies from the rare mints of Watchet, Guildford and Warminster. A number of well-pedigreed groats from the Motcomb, Webb, Winstanley, Burstal and Lingford collections are also available. Among the flagship coins of this offering are a choice Richard III Angel from the elusive Carter Collection, a high grade Commonwealth unite from the Broughton Collection, and a superb Commonwealth Pattern Half Crown pedigreed back to 1894.

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