Solidus Numismatik e.K., D-Munich

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25-04-2015 – 01-01-1970

Online Auction 5

Attractive Tetradrachms from Athens at Online Auction 5 of Solidus

Since the 4th of April bids can be performed on the coins of the online auction 5 by Solidus Numismatik on the new auction platform EMAX. 503 lots have been selected for this auction:

Lot 73: ATTIKA. Athens. Tetradrachm. Ca. 449 – 404 BC.

The auction starts with some nice Eastern Celtic coins, furthermore Greek coins from Southern Italy, Sicily, Northern Greece (beneath others rare small coins in silver and bronze, e.g. from Thrako-Skythian rulers), Macedonia (beneath others extremely fine gold staters of Philipp II. and Alexander the Great), a series of attractive tetradrachms from Athens as well as samples of coinage from Asia Minor and Armenia.
These are followed by selected Roman Provincial coins, partially extremely rare items.

Lot 310: PROBUS (276 – 282 AD). Antoninian. 277 AD. Siscia. Extremely rare.

Among the Roman Republican and Imperial coins many denarii and middle bronzes of high quality and with excellent portraits can be acquired, furthermore several antoniniani with very interesting extraordinary busts and reverse types.

Lot 327: GALERIA VALERIA (died. 314 AD.). Aureus. 308 – 310 AD. Nicomedia.

Beneath the attractive Late Roman and Byzantine gold coins a perfectly preserved and splendid Aureus of Galeria Valeria deserves special mention.

Lot 382: Bagratids. Bagrat IV. (1027 – 1072). Silver-Drachm. Ca. 1060 – 1072. Extremely rare.

Medieval coins are represented with items from Germany, Austria, Europe and a series of Georgian coins, that deserves highlighting because of some extreme rarities (e.g. two silver drachmas of Bagrat IV. and Giorgi II.).

The auction is continued with some selected coins and medals of Early Modern Germany, Austria and Europe. Finally an attractive series of Islamic coins with many rarities and a focus on the coinage of the Ottoman Empire is offered. A few nice small objects of the Classical Antiquity and the Middle Ages conclude the auction.

You may send your maximum offers before the auction– or participate in the live auction that allows you to bid on the lots in real time and influence the auction process directly, similar to a floor auction.
The live auction starts on Sunday, April 26, 2015, at 18.00 CEST

You can reach the auction on the platform EMAX via following this link.

The auction can also be viewed via the platform Sixbid.

The coins can be viewed by appointment until Friday, April 24, 2015 in the office of Solidus Numismatik in Munich.

To visit the website of Solidus please click here.