Cumae, 350 - 340 BC.
Height 33,6cm, ø mouth 31,2cm.
with cow horns.
Width 22cm, height 19cm, depth ca. 7cm.
Taranto, early 4th century BC.
depicted as a bearded man with luxurious curls.
Roman Imperial Period, last quarter 2nd century A.D.
Roman Imperial Period, 1st / 2nd century AD.
the bust of armed Minerva to the left supported
by two entagled snakes.
Roman Imperial Period, 2nd century A.D.
with palmette below.
Length 19cm, width 8cm, height 7cm.
Roman, about 50 - 150 AD.
Cologne, 2nd - 3rd century AD.
Greenish translucent glass.
About 130 - 150 A.D.
32cm - 22 cm on a thin wavy wood panel.
1st - 3rd century A.D.
Explore Rare Numismatic Treasures at Nomisma Aste Auction 4
Nomisma Aste Verona
Auction 4 – From ASSAB to AFIS
12 November 2023
Nomisma Aste Verona presents Auction 4 “From ASSAB to AFIS”. The sale offers a collection that retraces the Italian presence abroad through coins and banknotes: Eritrea, Somalia, China, Albania and other territories occupied by Italians, but also coins that are connected to them, for example Ethiopian coins of Menelik II and those released during periods of crisis in coins and banknotes circulation in those territories. An extraordinary auction for the originality and completeness of the historical period outlined, for the rarity of its coins and banknotes and for the high state of preservation of many of them. The auction will take place on 12 November in the wonderful Villa Mosconi Bertani in Arbizzano-Santa Maria (Verona) and live on Bid Inside platform. Highlights from the sale: