Naville Numismatics, UK-London

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06-02-2016 – 01-01-1970

Live Auction 20

Naville Numismatics’ Live Auction 20

Naville Numismatics (NN) presents its Live Auction 20. The auction will close on Sunday 7 February 2016, 16.00 UK time, at which time the live session will begin.
The auction features a selection of 698 lots of Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Medieval coins, all chosen with contribution from NAC’s experts.

The sale begins with a series of coins from Magna Graecia and Sicily, which includes an interesting Leontini tetradrachm (ex ACR sale 7, 2013, 143).

Lot 81: Cilicia, Datames 378-372. Tarsus Stater circa 378-372, SNG Levante 87. Sunrise Collection 52. Rare. Toned and About Extremely Fine. Starting Bid: £1,000.

Of the selection from continental Greece it is worth noting a tetradrachm of Teos, a tetradrachm of Acanthus, as well as an array of attractive Athenian tetradrachms. This part of the sale also includes a stater of Tarsus issued under Dames (ex NAC sale 78, 2014, 1525) and nice specimens of Lysimachus and Myrina, as well as a small series of hecte from Phocaea and Mytilene.

Lot 361: Judaea, Caesarea Marittima Agrippa I, 37-43 Bronze 42-43 (year 7), Meshorer 122. Hendin 1246. RPC 4985. Rare. Dark brown tone. Very Fine. Starting Bid: £400.

The Roman Provincial section includes a variety of bronzes from Spain, Gaul, Macedonia, Thrace, and Corinth featuring specimens from Lanz’s 2001 sale n. 105 of coins from the BCD collection. An exceptional highlight is a Bronze of Agrippa I struck in Caesarea Maritime.

Lot 395: As circa 225-217. Haeberlin pl. 14, 3. Aes Grave 2. Sydenham 72. Thurlow-Vecchi 51a. Crawford 35/1. Historia Numorum Italy 337. Lovely brown-green patina, minor metal flaw on obverse, otherwise Good Very Fine. Starting Bid: £1,500.

The Roman part of the sale boasts an interesting series of Roman Republican victoriati and denarii and a selection of bronzes from the I. Vecchi 1996 sale n 3. An As previously sold in NAC’s sale 64, 2012, 902 from the JD collection particularly stands out as a coin of note.

Lot 572: Septimius Severus, 193-211 Medallion 196, Gnecchi p. 74, 12 and pl. 93, 5. C 132 var (350 Fr). Toynbee p. 161, note 58 and pl. 40, 3 var. Very rare. Dark brown patina. About Very Fine. Starting Bid: £500.

The Imperial selection of the sale includes a very interesting series of Augustus; including a Tessera (ex NAC sale 64, 2012, 1092), an attractive aureus of Tiberius (ex NAC sale 64, 2012, 2427), and a very rare medallion of Septimius Severus (ex Astarte sale 1, 1998, 271).

Naville Numismatics Ltd’s partnership with NAC guarantees highly professional numismatic service and certifies an unlimited warranty of authenticity for the lots it sells.

You may find all offered coins here.

Lots can be viewed in the office in London, by prior appointment only.

Absentee bidders can bid electronically through Naville Numismatics website from the day the sale is published online up to the start of the live Session.