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1143 Indo-Greek Kingdom. Philoxenos. Silver Tetradrachm (9.75 g), ca. 100-95 BC $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,300
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1185 Augustus. Silver Denarius (3.80 g), 27 BC-AD 14 $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,800
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1202 Drusus, son of Tiberius, AD 23. AE Sestertius (25.87g). $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,700
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1206 Nero. Gold Aureus (7.45 g), AD 54-68 $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,700
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1313 Carolingian. Carloman, (879-884) $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,400
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1352 Kings of Mercia. Ceolwulf II, (874-880) Silver Penny, undated $3,000
Winning bid:
$6,750
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1386 George III, (1760-1820). Silver Restrike Proof Farthing, 1799 $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,300
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1431 Italian States. Papal/Roman States. St. Leo IV with Lothair, (847-855) $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,200
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1458 A Collection of Coins in Silver or Billon and Copper (64), from Ibrahim Iskandar I bin Muhammad (1058-1097h / 1648-1687 AD) to M $3,000
Winning bid:
$6,500
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2006 Jefimok Rouble 1655. ‘Horseman’ and ‘1655’ counterstamped on the obverse of a Spanish Netherlands, Brabant 1628 Patagon of the B $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,400
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2009 Jefimok Rouble 1655. ‘Horseman’ and ‘1655’ counterstamped on the obverse of a Saxon Taler of August, Dresden mint, 1573. (Dav 97 $3,000
N/A
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2010 Jefimok Rouble 1655. ‘Horseman’ and ‘1655’ counterstamped on the reverse of a Mansfeld, Bornstedt line 1610 Taler of Bruno II, W $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,400
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2023 Poltina 1712. Moscow, Red mint. Novodel. $3,000
Winning bid:
$4,500
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2026 Poltina 1724. Moscow, Krasny mint. 14.22 gm. $3,000
Winning bid:
$3,000
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2035 Denga ?A??I (1718). Moscow, Naberezhny mint. $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,400
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2050 Rouble 1725 C??-C?-?. 29.21 gm. Mint letters at start of obverse legend and on reverse, Special eagle type. $3,000
N/A
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2059 Rouble 1727 C??. 28.4 gm. ?EPP? in legend (the first ”P” over ”T”). $3,000
N/A
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2072 Poltina 1734. Moscow, Kadashevsky mint. Special 1734 type. Crown parts legend. $3,000
Winning bid:
$11,000
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2082 Rouble 1744 C??. 25.31 gm. $3,000
Winning bid:
$3,200
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2083 Rouble 1745 C.?.?. Colon ends legend. 25.22 gm. $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,900
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2084 Rouble 1745 MM?. $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,500
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2086 Rouble 1748 C??. Portrait by T. Lefken. $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,600
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2106 10 Roubles 1772 C??. GOLD. 12.89 gm. $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,800
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2131 10 Kopecks 1796. Cipher series. 45.08 gm. Edge: 5. $3,000
Winning bid:
$9,750
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2141 Medal. Silver. By C. Leberecht and F.W. Gass. 49.90 gm. 53.5 mm. Peace with Turkey, 1791. $3,000
Winning bid:
$3,600
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2216 Rouble 1852 C??-HI. $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,400
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2225 25 Kopecks 1828 C??-H?. Edge 2. $3,000
Winning bid:
$2,400
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2237 PATTERN 10 Kopecks 1830 C??. 45.63 gm. Plain edge. $3,000
Winning bid:
$5,250
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2253 PATTERN 5 Kopecks 1849 C?M. $3,000
Winning bid:
$14,000
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2255 PATTERN 2 Kopecks 1849 C?M. $3,000
Winning bid:
$11,000
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2341 Medal. Silver. By A. Lyalin and M. Kuchkin. 65 mm. 121.72 gm. On the Coronation of Alexander II, 1856. $3,000
N/A
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2346 10 Roubles 1894 A?. GOLD. $3,000
Winning bid:
$3,200
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2603 COMPLETE Documented and Researched Group of Guards Major Orlenko V.V. $3,000
N/A
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1056 Boiotia, Thebes. Silver Stater (11.93 g), ca. 425-395 BC $2,800
Winning bid:
$2,000
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1350 Aethelheard (792-805). with Kings of Mercia, Offa as Overlord. Anglo-Saxon Middle Period (780-973) Silver Non-portrait Penny, un $2,800
Winning bid:
$2,200
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1374 Charles I, (1625-1649). Obsidional Coinage, Newark besieged. Silver Halfcrown, 1646 $2,800
Winning bid:
$2,600
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2605 Order of the Patriotic War 2nd Class. Type 1. Award # 203. $2,750
Winning bid:
$2,800
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5 Judaea, Yehud (Judah). Silver 1/2 Gerah (0.33 g), ca. 375-332 BCE $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,500
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20 Judaea, Hasmonean Kingdom. Alexander Jannaeus (Yehonatan). Æ 1/2 Prutah (1.28 g), 104-76 BCE $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,400
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43 Judaea, The Jewish War. Æ 1/4 Shekel (9.56 g), 66-70 CE $2,500
Winning bid:
$4,200
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237 Vespasian. AE Sestertius (24.29 g), AD 69-79 $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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238 Phoenicia, Tyre. Silver 1/4 Shekel (3.28 g), ca. 126/5 BC-AD 65/6 $2,500
Winning bid:
$7,000
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1033 Macedonian Kingdom. Phillip II, 359-336 BC. Gold Stater (8.59 g). $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,800
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1048 Thessaly, Larissa. Silver Drachm (6.03 g), ca. 405/0-370 BC $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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1073 Cyclades, Paros. Silver Didrachm (7.46 g), ca. 230-200 BC $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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1096 Ionia, Teos. 450-425 BC Silver Stater (11.74g) $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,300
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1102 Carian Satraps. Maussollos. Silver Tetradrachm (15.03 g), 377/6-353/2 BC $2,500
Winning bid:
$1,800
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1114 Cilicia, Aegeae. Autonomous (under Caracalla). ca. A.D. 216-217 $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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1135 Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran II. Silver Drachm (4.09 g), AD 276-293 $2,500
Winning bid:
$1,900
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1141 Baktrian Kingdom. Eukratides I. Silver Tetradrachm (16.84 g), ca. 171-145 BC $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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