14-11-2015 – 01-01-1970
Online Auction 7
Attractive Gold and Silver Coins from Antiquity and the Early Modern Era at Solidus
Since the 29th of October bids can be performed on the coins of the online auction 7 by Solidus Numismatik on the auction platform EMAX. 629 lots have been selected for this auction:
Lot 102: PAPHLAGONIA. Sinope (ca. 425-410 BC). Drachm.
The auction starts with a few nice Celtic coins. It continues with Greek coins from Southern Italy, Northern Greece (among others extremely rare coins from Thrako-Skythian rulers), Macedonia (among them many tetradrachms and several extremely fine gold staters of Philipp II. and Alexander the Great), attractive silver coins from the Greek Mainland (including a probably unpublished stater of Akarnania) as well as samples of coinage from Asia Minor, e.g. some exceedingly well preserved pieces from Sinope in Paphlagonia.
These are followed by selected Roman Provincial coins with some rarities (e.g. Vespasianus Junior) and especially nice items.
Lot 239: TRAIANUS (98-117 AD). Sestertius. 104-107 AD. Rome.
Roman Republican and Imperial coins are represented with selected and partially extremely rare Denarii and Antoniniani of high quality and with nice portraits, furthermore with a few exceptional bronzes.
Lot 413: ROMAN EMPIRE TRAPEZUNT. Theodora (ca. 1285). Asper. Trapezunt.
Many attractive Late Roman and Byzantine coins are offered in bronze, silver and gold. An extremely rare Tremissis of the Lombard king Desiderius from Lucca deserves special mention. Medieval coins comprise partially rare items from Germany, Austria and Europe as well as items from the Empire of Trebizond and of Georgia. A beautiful Asper of Theodora in top quality should be highlighted.
Lot 532: TRANSYLVANIA. Georg Rakoczi (1648-1660). Taler. 1650. Nagybanya.