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Historica & Antiquities Auction - Wednesday 22nd March

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Lot: 1

Egypt, Ptolemy IV Philopator. (222-205 BC). hemidrachm, Alexandria (2). Obv. Head of Zeus Ammon right. Rev. Eagle with closed wings standing left on thunderbolt, cornucopiae to left. 35mm, 31.5g & 34mm, 38.55mm.

Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 2

Group of ancient Greek and Roman provincial bronze coins (13).

Estimate: £30.00 - £50.00

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Iceni, Norfolk Wolf gold stater, right type c. 60-50 BC. Obv. Stylised head of Apollo right. Rev. Wolf right, bird above rump, pellets above, pellet and crescent below. VF condition. British J; ABC 1393; VA 610-1; S. 30. 17mm, 6.08g.

Estimate: £900.00 - £1200.00

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Iceni, Norfolk Wolf gold stater, right type c. 60-50 BC. Obv. Stylised head of Apollo right. Rev. Wolf right, bird above rump, pellets above, pellet and crescent below. VF condition. British J; ABC 1393; VA 610-1; S. 30. 16mm, 6.13g

Estimate: £800.00 - £1000.00

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Lot: 5

Celtic Gaul, Lingones Tribe silver Quinarll (12) kaletedoy type. Obv, helmeted head left. Rev. Horse left with legend above and various symbols in field

Estimate: £200.00 - £240.00

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Lot: 6

Corieltavi, South Ferriby Boar/Horse silver unit. Obv. Boar right, pelleted ring above, ring below. Rev. Horse right, pelleted ring above. Very fine. ABC 1800, S.397. 14mm, 1.18g.

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 7

Durotriges Silver Staters (3), Cranbourne Chase type. Obv. Stylised head of Apollo right. Rev. Disjointed horse left, pellets above. C. late 1st century BC. ABC 2169; S. 366-367. Largest 21mm; 4.66g, 3.85g & 3.46g.

Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 8

Agrippa, As, struck under Caligula, 37-41 AD. Obv: M AGRIPPA L F COS III, head left wearing rostral crown. Rev: S-C, Neptune standing facing, head left, naked except for cloak draped behind him & over both arms, holding small dolphin in right hand & vertical trident in left. RIC 58; Sear 1812. Good fine. 29mm, 10.8g.

Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 9

Roman sestertii group (7), including coins of Sabina, Trajan, Lucilla, Severus Alexander and Maximian. Largest 34mm.

Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot: 10

Claudius and Antonia, As (2).

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 11

Roman bronze coin group. 73 coins, mostly 3rd - 4th century and generally in fine conditon. 124g in total.

Estimate: £80.00 - £120.00

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Lot: 12

Roman As/dupondius group (10) including coins of Nero, Vespasian, Domitian, Trajan, Faustina Senior, Crispina.

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 13

Roman bronze coins of Maxentius, Diocletian, Constantine I and Gratian. (5).

Estimate: £30.00 - £40.00

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Lot: 14

Roman bronze coin group, late 3rd-4th century and mostly in fine condition or better, some very fine. (21).

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 15

Divus Augustus As, Rome, AD 22-30. Obv. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER, radiate head of Divus Augustus left. Rev. PROVIDENT in exergue below the Ara Provitentiae Augusti with panelled door and horns, large S - C across fields. RIC 81 (Tiberius). 31mm, 11.07g.

Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 16

Two countermarked Roman bronze coins together with other coins including an antoninianus of Carausius and a silver denarius of Vepasian. (12)

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 17

Roman provincial coins of Trajan, Egypt, Alexandria. Billon Tetradrachm,112 AD. Laureate head right / LI-E, canopus standing right. BMC 374, 22mm, 12.1g. Bronze drachm, laureate half-length nude bust of Trajan, r., with drapery on l. shoulder/Dioscuri (nude) standing facing, holding spears. RPC 4712. 34mm, 18.5g

Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 18

Four Roman republican bronzes with galleys. Largest 31mm, 31.8g.

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 19

The complete 'Near Spilsby' hoard of 281 Roman coins, mostly bronze nummi of Constantine the Great and his family. Buried in the earth around 340 AD and never recovered by the original owner, they lay hidden in Lincolnshire for almost 1700 years until modern agricultural activity uncovered them. The Roman mints at Arles, Lyon and Trier produced the majority of the coins contained in this hoard but there are also examples that were struck at Siscia, Aquileia and Rome. As well as Constantine I, the coins also depict Constantine II, Constans, Constantius, Helena, Theodora and Delmatius. Fully recorded by the British Museum and accompanied by their report and catalogue. Treasure number: 2014T629, PAS: DENO-6F8801.

Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

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Lot: 20

A group of 75 Roman bronze coins 1st-4th century, to include coins of Claudius, Allectus, Tetricus, Constantine I, Gallienus (75)

Estimate: £20.00 - £30.00

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Lot: 21

Group of five silver Denarll Vespasian, Antoninus plus, Faustina Senior, M. Aurelius and Commodus

Estimate: £50.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 22

Diva Faustina Senior denarius, after 141 AD. Obv. DIVA FAVSTINA, draped and veiled bust right. Rev. AVGVSTA, Venus standing facing, head left, holding apple, resting left hand on shield. About very fine. RIC 366; RSC 73. 18mm, 2.99g.

Estimate: £30.00 - £50.00

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Lot: 23

Roman bronze coin and brooches group. Approx 110 Roman bronze coins, 1st - 4th century, together with three bronze brooches 1st - 2nd century and a bronze nail cleaner. (114 approx.)

Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

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Lot: 24

Roman coin group including a Julius Caesar denarius, Tactitus antoninianus, a clipped silver siliqua, Faustina sestertius, Domitian dupondius. (20)

Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot: 25

Alfred The Great, two-line type penny (880-899), moneyer: Cuthwulf. Two line 'Guthrum' type, Mercian dies. Obv: Small cross patte with pellet centre EL FR ED RE around. Rev: CV VVLF in two lines, pellet in centre of field with trefoils at the periphery. VF, toned. S.1066; N.637; Cf. SCBI 21 (1978) Yorkshire, no 971. 19mm, 1.50g

Estimate: £1200.00 - £1500.00

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