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Roma Numismatics

Roma Numismatics and Numismática Lucernae offer in their upcoming joint E-Sale 80 1,983 lots of Celtic, Greek, Judaean, Roman, Byzantine, Islamic and World coins including a selection from the Marnix collection featuring rarities from the ancient world.

Roma Numismatics

Roma Numismatics’ upcoming E-Sale 79 features 1,436 lots of Ancient, Islamic and World coins, including objects with excellent pedigrees, a possibly unique and unpublished Carausius radiate, and a high grade Tiberius aureus.

Roma Numismatics

Roma Numismatics’ upcoming E-Sale 78 is held in association with Numismatica Lucernae. The sale features 2,191 lots including coins from the notable William Stancomb Collection as well as rare specimens from the Marnix, Z.P. and Vitangelo Collections.

Roma Numismatics

Roma Numismatics’ E-Sale features 2,156 lots. Highlights are some very rare Greek Coins from Italy and Sicily as well as Roman Republican Coins from the Andrew McCabe Collection with good provenances.

A New Record! The Most Expensive Roman Coin of All Time

There’s a new holder of the title ‘most expensive Roman coin of all time’. With a hammer price equivalent to almost 3 million euros, the new number one leaves the previous record holder, which was sold for 1.3 million euros, far behind.

Roma Numismatics, GB-London

Roma Numismatics’ Auction XX resulted in the highest grossing sale ever to be held by the auction house. Undisputed highlight was the EID MAR in gold setting a new record price selling for 2.7 million pound.

Roma Numismatics, GB-London

Roma Numismatics’s Auction XX features 1,020 lots from important collections. The top highlight of the auction is the third known aureus of the EID-MAR-type issued by Caesar’s murderer Brutus. The only known specimen available on the market is estimated at £500,000.

The Holy Grail of Ancient Numismatics: “Eid Mar” in Gold

Few ancient coins are as legendary as Brutus’ “Eid Mar”. The conspirator against Caesar issued the silver coin featuring the iconic cap of liberty and two daggers. Only two specimens in gold were known. Now a third aureus will be offered in auction by Roma Numismatics.

Roma Numismatics

Roma Numismatics E-Sale 76 features 1,576 lots. Highlights are unpublished and rare specimens: Roman Provincial coins, an Anglo-Saxon penny of Aethelred II, a sterling of Edward the Black Prince, and high grade Swiss Francs from the collection of Italo Vecchi.

Roma Numismatics

Roma Numismatics’ E-Sale 75 features 1,811 lots of Celtic, Greek, Judaean, Roman, Byzantine, Islamic and World coins. Highlights are some rare Roman provincial and Islamic coins.
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