eLive Auction 21

Ancient and World Coins, Antiquities
Saturday 5 February 2022 - Sunday 6 February 2022

Auction Catalog

eLive Auction 21
Ancient and World Coins, Antiquities

The online catalogue will accept bids from registered users until 14:00, Saturday 5 February 2022.

The auction will be broadcasted live on 15:00, Saturday 5 February 2022 (lots 1-540) and on 15:00, Sunday 6 February 2022 (lots 541-1060)
It will be possible to bid live during the auction using this page, or using DeaMoneta website. Each website requires a different account: please be sure to register in time.

Bids can also be submitted by fax before 12:00h of the day before the auction (Fax number: +43125303330040).

Greek Coins

Greek Coins

40: Greek Italy. Central and Southern Campania, Neapolis. AR Didrachm, c. 320-300 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

191: Sicily. Syracuse. Dionysos I to Dionysos II. AE Litra, c. 375-344 BC.

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Large Lots

Large Lots

814: The Roman Republic. Multiple lot of eleven (11) unclassified AR Denarii.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

347: Greek Asia. Judaea. Pontius Pilatus (26-36 AD). AE Prutah in the name of Tiberius, Jerusalem mint.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

181: Sicily. Syracuse. Second Democracy (466-405 BC). AE Tetras, c. 435-415 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

368: Africa. Egypt, Ptolemaic Kingdom. Ptolemy II Philadelphos (285-246 BC). AE Dichalkon, c. 285-246 BC.

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

409: Matienus. AE Quadrans, 179-170 BC.

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Antiquities

Antiquities

1003: Lot of 10 lead slingshot bullets, some with inscriptions.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

110: Greek Italy. Bruttium, Kaulonia. AR Nomos, circa 475-425 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

261: Continental Greece. Akarnania, Leukas. AR Stater, c. 350-320 BC.

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Large Lots

Large Lots

796: Greek Sicily. Lot of nineteen (19) unclassified AE coins, different denominations.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

269: Continental Greece. Attica, Athens. AR Tetradrachm. c. 500-450 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

85: Greek Italy. Southern Apulia, Tarentum. AR Drachm, 302-280 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

1: Hispania. Carmo. AE As, 80 BC.

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Antiquities

Antiquities

1010: Bronze Harpocrates. Greek.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

54: Greek Italy. Central and Southern Campania, Neapolis. AR Didrachm, c. 290-250 BC.

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Antiquities

Antiquities

1011: AE decorative element in the shape of a mask. Roman. 1st-3rd century AD.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

366: Greek Asia. Baktria, Indo-Greek Kingdoms. Hermaios Soter (c. 105-90 BC). AR Drachm.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

321: Greek Asia. Islands off Caria, Rhodes. AE Drachm, Early-mid 1st century AD.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

376: Africa. Kingdom of Axum. Wazena. Gold-Inlaid AE Unit, c. 550-570 AD.

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

542: Augustus (27 BC - 14 AD). AR Denarius. Uncertain Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?), c. 19 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

343: Greek Asia. Phoenicia, Tyre. AR Shekel. Dated CY 161 (AD 35/36).

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

207: Sicily. Syracuse. Hieron II (274-215 BC). AE 27 mm. c. 240-215 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

266: Continental Greece. Euboia, Histiaia. AR Tetrobol, 3rd-2nd centuries BC.

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

538: The Triumvirs. Mark Antony and Octavian. AR Denarius. Spring-early summer 41 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

26: Greek Italy. Samnium, Southern Latium and Northern Campania, Cales. AR Nomos, c. 265-240 BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

76: Greek Italy. Northern Apulia, Teate. AE Quincunx. c. 225-200 BC.

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

623: Septimius Severus (193-211). AE 23 mm, Antioch mint (Pisidia).

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Large Lots

Large Lots

825: The Roman Empire. Multiple lot of eight (8) BI Antoniniani.

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

564: Vespasian (69 -79). AR Denarius. Struck AD 77-78.

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

603: Faustina II (died 176 AD). AR Denarius.

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Antiquities

Antiquities

1008: Lot of 17 arrow heads in different shapes. Roman period.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

256: Continental Greece. Moesia, Istros. AR Drachm, c. 256/5-240 BC.

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Antiquities

Antiquities

1032: Bronze pendant, Madonna with Child, in the style of an icon.Byzantine or Greek Orthodox.

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

555: Tiberius (14-37). AE As.

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

526: L. Aemilius Lepidus Paullus. AR Denarius, 62 BC.

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

380: Aes Premonetale. Aes Formatum. AE solid cast cockle-shell, Central Italy, 6th-4th century BC.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

233: Punic Sardinia. AE 19.5 mm. c. 300-264 BC. Uncertain mint.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

227: Punic Sardinia. AE 16.5 mm. c. 360-330 BC, uncertain mint.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

358: Greek Asia. Persis. Prince Y (1st century AD). AR Obol.

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Antiquities

Antiquities

1033: Lot of two (2) AE cross pendants. Byzantine or Early Medieval.

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Greek Coins

Greek Coins

206: Sicily. Syracuse. Hieron II (274-215 BC). AE 17 mm. c. 275-269/265 BC.

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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire

589: Antoninus Pius (138-161). AE Sestertius. Rome mint.

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The Roman Republic

The Roman Republic

537: P. Clodius M.f. Turrinus. AR Denarius, 42 BC.

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