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1150 Zeugitania, Carthage. Electrum Stater (7.40 g), ca. 290-270 BC $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,700
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1159 L. Torquatus. Silver Denarius (3.88 g), 58 BC $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,200
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1160 L. Torquatus. Silver Denarius (3.85 g), 58 BC $2,500
Winning bid:
$1,700
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1178 Julius Caesar. Silver Denarius (3.51 g), 44 BC $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,100
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1186 Augustus. Silver Denarius (3.69 g), 27 BC-AD 14 $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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1187 Augustus. Silver Denarius (3.82 g), 27 BC-AD 14 $2,500
Winning bid:
$3,000
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1188 Augustus. Silver Denarius (3.75 g), 27 BC-AD 14 $2,500
Winning bid:
$3,750
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1209 Galba. Silver Denarius (3.17 g), AD 68-69 $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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1227 Trajan. AE Sestertius (23.72 g), AD 98-117 $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,200
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1237 Commodus, AD 177-192. AE Sestertius (28.88g) $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,300
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1272 Constantine XI Palaeologus. Silver ? Stavraton (0.55 g), 1448-1453 $2,500
Winning bid:
$5,250
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1304 Carolingian. Charles The Bald, (840-875) $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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1320 Carolingian. Berengar I (de Friuli). As King of Italy; Second reign, (905-924) $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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1324 Jean II Le Bon, (1350-1364) $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,600
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1362 Edward VI, (1547-1553). Silver Crown, 1553 $2,500
Winning bid:
$1,900
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2003 Jefimok Rouble 1655. ‘Horseman’ and ‘1655’ counterstamped on the obverse of a Netherlands, Utrecht Rijksdaalder, 162x (Delmonte $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,200
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2005 Jefimok Rouble 1655. ‘Horseman’ and ‘1655’ counterstamped on the obverse of a Brabant Philipsdaalder, 1559, Antwerp mint (Delmon $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,200
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2012 Jefimok Rouble 1655. ‘Horseman’ and ‘1655’ counterstamped on the reverse of a Schaffhausen Taler, 1621 (Dav.4627). $2,500
Winning bid:
$3,300
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2018 Rouble 1712 G. Moscow, Krasny mint. $2,500
N/A
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2049 Rouble 1725 C??. 28.28 gm. Mint letters at start of legend, CAMO?EP??A. Bit 94 (R1) $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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2061 Rouble 1728. Moscow, Kadashevsky mint. $2,500
Winning bid:
$5,000
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2092 Poltina 1743 MM?. No St. Andrew Cross on Order. $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,150
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2100 Rouble 1762 MM?-?M. Moscow, Red mint. 23.39 gm. $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,700
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2109 5 Roubles 1765 C??-TI. GOLD. Engraver’s initials TI on sleeve. 6.40 gm. $2,500
Winning bid:
$3,400
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2169 Poltina 1805 C??-??. Two berries. $2,500
Winning bid:
$13,500
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2175 20 Kopecks 1813 C??-?C. Mint error: ‘???????’. $2,500
N/A
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2233 20 Kopecks 1832 C??-H?. $2,500
Winning bid:
$8,250
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2266 Thonnelier Press Pattern Half Imperial struck in Copper 1845. Paris. Plain edge. $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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2284 Prize Medal. Silver. 51 mm. 60.92 gm. By H. Gube. Imperial College of Jurisprudence, nd (1838). $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,500
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2327 Poltina 1880 C??-H?. $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,700
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2375 25 Kopecks 1889 A?. $2,500
Winning bid:
$10,500
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2379 Medal. Silver. By A. Griliches, Jr. 50.7 mm. On the Coronation of Alexander III and Maria Feodorovna, 1883. $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,100
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2422 Medal. Silver. By A. Vasyutinsky. 63.7 mm. 131.31 gm. On the Coronation of Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna, 1896. $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,600
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2509 Cross. 1st Class with Imperial Crown. Silver. 84 by 44.3 mm. $2,500
Winning bid:
$4,200
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2511 Cross. 2nd Class. Civil Division. Gold and enamels. $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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2572 Cruise Ship ‘Chasovoy’ 1908. $2,500
Winning bid:
$2,000
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2586 Order of the Red Banner of RSFSR. Award # 10503. 1920’s. $2,500
Winning bid:
$3,100
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1488 Germany / Holy Roman Empire. Count Ernst Rüdiger von Starhemberg (1638-1701). Austrian Field Marshal and Minister of State. The $2,300
Winning bid:
$1,800
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1174 Cn. Pompeius Magnus. Silver Denarius (3.03 g), 49 BC $2,250
Winning bid:
$2,200
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1181 Mark Antony & Octavian. Silver Denarius (3.78 g), 41 BC $2,250
Winning bid:
$2,200
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1318 Carolingian. Louis The Child, (899-911) $2,250
Winning bid:
$1,800
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1370 Charles I, (1625-1649). Gold Angel of Ten Shillings, undated $2,250
Winning bid:
$1,700
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1482 Venice. Alvise I Mocenigo (1570-1577). The Victory of the Naval Battle of Lepanto against the Turks, 1571 $2,250
Winning bid:
$2,400
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2395 5 Roubles 1910 ??. GOLD. $2,250
N/A
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4 Judaea, Yehud (Judah). Silver Gerah (0.45 g), ca. 375-332 BCE $2,000
Winning bid:
$2,900
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7 Judaea, Yehud (Judah). Hezekiah. Silver 1/2 Ma'ah Obol (0.22 g), ca. 375-332 BCE $2,000
Winning bid:
$2,300
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64 Judaea, Bar Kochba Revolt. AE Small Bronze (4.36 g), 132-135 CE $2,000
Winning bid:
$4,200
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94 Judaea, Bar Kochba Revolt. Silver Zuz (3.02 g), 132-135 CE $2,000
Winning bid:
$4,600
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168 Judaea, Bar Kokhba Revolt. Silver Zuz (3.35 g), 132-135 CE. Undated, attributed to year 3 (134/5 CE) $2,000
Winning bid:
$3,000
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1003 Etruria, Populonia. Silver 10 Asses (3.88 g), ca. 300-250 BC $2,000
Winning bid:
$1,700
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