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Atlas Numismatics Updates Their Fixed Price Offers in March 2024

Atlas Numismatics

March 2024 Fixed Price List


21 March 2024


Atlas Numismatics has updated their website with 837 new coins, medals, and tokens at fixed prices. Selections include the following items:

No. 1078003.

No. 1078003.

Attractive Demetrios I Poliorketes Tetradrachm

No. 1078003: Greek. Kingdom of Macedon. Demetrios I Poliorketes. (King, 306-283 BC). Struck circa 294-293 BC. AR Tetradrachm. NGC MS (Mint State) Strike 5/5 Surface 5/5. Amphipolis mint. 25mm. 17.22gm. Nike standing left on prow of galley left, blowing trumpet she holds in her right hand and cradling stylis in her left arm / BA-ΣIΛE-ΩΣ ΔHMHTPIOY. Poseidon Pelagaios, nude, standing left, seen from behind, preparing to throw trident held aloft in his right hand, chlamys draped over extended left arm; tripod to left; to right, Z above ME monogram. Newell 94 (dies LXXXV/– [obv. die unlisted for issue, rev. die not known]); HGC 3, 1012f; Triton XXIV, lot 482 (same dies); Triton XXIII, lot 223 (same dies); Triton XIX, lot 102 (same dies); Triton XVII, lot 164 (same dies); CNG 106, lot 220 (same dies). Beautifully toned. Price: $14,950.

No. 1077960.

No. 1077960.

Medallic or Donative 6 Ducats of Salzburg

No. 1077960: Austrian States. Salzburg. Sigismund III von Schrattenbach. (Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg, 1753-1771). 1756-Dated AV Medallic or Donative 6 Ducats. NGC MS61. By Franz Xaver Matzenkopf . Edge: Plain. 20.54gm. Bust, right; signed below truncation / CUIQUE – SUUM. Inscribed banner above a papal “Cappello Romano” (Cappello Saturno) or Roman hat above ornate shield of arms divides date below tassels. HZ 2887; Pr.-4151; Zöttl 2888. These “donative” issues are listed by Zöttl as commemorative issues; some donatives are included in Friedberg as medallic coins and others are not (such as this piece). Price: $34,500.

Superb Bare Head Napoleon 40 Francs

No. 1076855: France. Napoleon I. (Emperor, 1804-1814 and 1815). An 13 (1804)-A (rooster) AV 40 Francs. PCGS MS64. By Droz. Paris. NAPOLEON EMPEREUR. Bust left, signed below / RÉPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE. Denomination within wreath. KM 664; Friedberg 481; Gadoury 1081; F.-537. Price: $22,500.

No. 1077302.

No. 1077302.

Exceedingly Rare George III Pattern Bank Dollar

No. 1077302: Great Britain. George III. (King, 1760-1820). 1811 AR Pattern Bank Dollar (5 Shillings & Sixpence). PCGS PR66DCAM (Deep Cameo). Bank of England. GEORGIUS III DEI GRATIA REX. Laureate and draped bust, left / BANK/ TOKEN/ 5S. 6D./ 1811. Denomination and date within oak wreath. Bull/ESC-1993 (R7, note “2 known”). Exceedingly rare type. Superb deep mirrored fields and heavily frosted devices; currently the only example graded in all grades at PCGS as of November 2023 and one of only two known according to Bull. Ex. St. James’s Auctions Ltd, Auction 18 (27 September 2011), Lot 323; Reportedly Ex. Glendining, 25 October 1972, lot 55 (incorrectly described as type K/5A); apparently one other example of this type is known (in Bristol Museum, Ex. Bowles collection).Price: $85,000.

No. 1077200.

No. 1077200.

Delightful 1909-D $10 Indian

No. 1077200: United States of America. 1909-D AV $10, Eagle. NGC MS64+ CAC. By Augustus Saint-Gaudens. U.S. Mint, Denver. Edge: 48-raised stars. Liberty wearing Native American war bonnet, left; 13-stars above and date below / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA// IN GOD WE TRUST// E PLURIBUS UNUM// TEN DOLLARS. Eagle standing, left; clutching branch and arrows. KM 130. Price: $19,500.

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