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July 28, 1999
London, United Kingdom
Description: [ Ancient Coins ] Celts of the Danube Imitative gold Stater of Philip III of Macedon 3rd-2nd Century BC, 8.4gms. Celticised head of Athena right, reverse Nike standing left holding wreath DLT-, Zurich Syll.-, Allen-. Apparently unpublished. Test t on edge and possible mounting, very fine. 1 E600-700 Virtually all Celtic gold coins are derived from the staters of Philip of Macedon. There are a few examples of derivatives from the coinage of his son, Alexander but none seem to have been published based on the similar coinage of Alexander's successor and half brother, Philip IIIView additional info
Description: [ Ancient Coins ] Italy Bruttium, Kroton 400-379 BC Stater 7.7gms. Eagle standing left on olive branch, reverse Tripod with three handled lebes BMC 81, Sear 472 Good very fine. 1View additional info
Description: [ Ancient Coins ] Italy Bruttium, Terina 445-425 BC Stater 7.6gms. Head of the nymph Terina left, reverse winged Nike seated left on amphora S.506, BMC 5. Very rare, good fine. 1 E250-320 Ex Baron de Cosson collection.View additional info
Description: [ Ancient Coins ] Italy Bruttium, Terina Late 4th Century BC, Third Stater 2.1gms. Head of nymph right, reverse winged Nike seated left on square cippus, bird perched on right hand; in front, star SNG Cop. 2015 var., BMC-, Pozzi- Rare, good fine. 1 E100-120 Ex Baron de Cosson collection.View additional info
Description: [ Ancient Coins ] Italy Calabria, Tarentum c.360 BC Stater 7.9gms. Naked horseman with shield, cantering left, reverse Taras riding left on dolphin; below P. Vlasto 433, Cote 143 Good style. Very fine or better. 1View additional info