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1247 Gordian III, with Tranquillina. AE (13.49 g), AD 238-244 $300
Winning bid:
$220
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1275 Wilhelm I, of the Netherlands, (1815-1830) $300
Winning bid:
$300
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1306 Carolingian. Charles The Bald, (840-875) $300
Winning bid:
$200
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1334 First Republic. Silver Ecu of 6 Livres, 1793-A $300
Winning bid:
$240
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1335 Napoleon I (1769-1821). Silver 1/2 Franc, AN 13-A. $300
Winning bid:
$190
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1336 Louis Philippe I (1640-1701). Silver 1/4 Franc, 1840-A (KM 740.1) $300
Winning bid:
$190
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1341 German States. Reutlingen. Silver Medal, 1817 $300
Winning bid:
$220
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1396 Matthias Johann Count von der Schulenburg. The Defence of Corfu, Copper Medal, 1716 $300
Winning bid:
$240
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1411 Abbasid. Abu-Ja'far' Abdallah al-Mansur (754-775) $300 - $400
Winning bid:
$260
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1450 Renaissance. Domenico Fontana, (1543-1607), architect. Bronze Medal, 1586 $300
Winning bid:
$300
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1479 Charles IV, (1748-1819). Gold 2 Escudos, 1796/4-MF (Madrid) $300 - $350
Winning bid:
$340
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1501 George Washington (1732-1799). Daniel Eccleston's Bronze 'Tribute' Medal, 1805 $300
Winning bid:
$220
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2031 Kopeck ?A?? (1704) ?K. Moscow, Naberezhny. 8.20 gm. $300
Winning bid:
$1,700
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2074 5 Kopecks 1730 ?M. Moscow, Kadashevsky mint. 20.67 gm. Wide eagle’s tail. $300
Winning bid:
$380
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2075 Medal. Bronze. By S. Yudin. 61.7 mm. Peace with Turkey, 1739. $300
Winning bid:
$270
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2159 Rouble 1802 C??-A?. $300
Winning bid:
$725
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2200 Trio of Roubles: 1828 H?. Bit 106. Toned About extremely fine; 1829 H?. $300
Winning bid:
$420
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2209 Rouble 1846 MW. Warsaw. Bottom of eagle’s tail curved. $300
Winning bid:
$240
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2211 Rouble 1847 MW. Warsaw. Bottom of eagle’s tail even. $300
N/A
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2227 25 Kopecks 1835 C??-H?. $300
Winning bid:
$400
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2228 25 Kopecks 1836 C??-H?. $300
Winning bid:
$420
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2229 25 Kopecks 1838 C??-H?. $300
Winning bid:
$340
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2230 25 Kopecks 1852 C??-HI. $300
Winning bid:
$725
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2260 5 Kopecks 1851 BM. Warsaw. $300
Winning bid:
$380
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2261 5 Kopecks 1853 EM. $300
Winning bid:
$250
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2263 2 Kopecks 1850 BM. Warsaw. $300
Winning bid:
$700
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2264 2 Kopecks 1852 BM. Warsaw. $300
Winning bid:
$600
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2270 1 1/2 Roubles - 10 Zlotych 1833 H?. $300
Winning bid:
$400
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2271 1 1/2 Roubles - 10 Zlotych 1835 H?. One berry behind fourth laurel bud. $300
Winning bid:
$270
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2317 Rouble 1878 C??-H?. $300
Winning bid:
$700
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2330 25 Kopecks 1870 C??-HI. $300
Winning bid:
$420
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2332 25 Kopecks 1875 C??-HI. $300
Winning bid:
$625
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2333 25 Kopecks 1879 C??-H?. $300
Winning bid:
$1,250
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2336 5 Kopecks 1858 C??-??. $300
Winning bid:
$600
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2339 Polushka 1865 EM. $300
Winning bid:
$575
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2345 Medal. Bronze. By Drentwett. 46 mm. Victory over Turkey, 1878. $300
Winning bid:
$440
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2372 50 Kopecks 1894 A?. $300
Winning bid:
$250
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2373 25 Kopecks 1883 C??-?C. $300
Winning bid:
$1,175
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2421 1/4 Kopeck 1895 C??. $300
Winning bid:
$480
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2425 Rouble 1921 A?. $300
Winning bid:
$400
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2526 Award Medal ‘for Usefulness’, 1811. Novodel. Bronze. 51.5 mm. By I. Shilov and V. Alexeev. $300
Winning bid:
$480
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2541 Medal for Bravery. 3rd Class. Silver. 28 mm. $300
Winning bid:
$400
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2557 Badge of the 9th Finland Rifle Regiment. P/B 4.4.7. $300
Winning bid:
$240
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2563 Dress miniature. Graduation Badge from the St. Petersburg Practical Technological Institute of Emperor Nicholas. P/B 2.4. $300
N/A
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2564 Dress miniature.Graduation Badge from the Riga Polytechnical Institute. P/B 2.7. $300
Winning bid:
$250
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2618 Documented Order for Service to Motherland in the Armed Forces of the USSR 3rd Class. Award # 28352. $300
Winning bid:
$380
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1013 Sicily, Gela. AE Tetras (3.79 g), ca. 420-405 BC $350
Winning bid:
$270
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1026 Sicily, Syracuse. Agathokles. AE (9.81 g), 317-289 BC $350
Winning bid:
$380
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1038 Macedonian Kingdom. Alexander III 'the Great'. Silver Tetradrachm (17.14 g), 336-323 BC $350
Winning bid:
$420
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1043 Thrace, Ainos. Silver Tetrobol (2.53 g), ca. 431-429 BC $350
Winning bid:
$200
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