Estimate price: 1,250€Lycia. Undefined Dynast. Stater, around 480 B. C.
unknown mint. Rare. Fine toning, weakly struck,
extremely fine. Ex Sayar Collection.
Spring Auction Sales 402-40643
Estimate price: 1,250€Lycia. Kherei. Stater, 430/410 B. C. Telmessos. Rare.
Extremely fine. Ex Sayar Collection.
Spring Auction Sales 402-406164
Estimate price: 20,000€Sicilia. Syracuse. Dekadrachm, 405/400 B. C., specimen
by the master engraver Kimon, unsigned.
Extremely rare. Fine patina, tiny scratches, good very fine.
Spring Auction Sales 402-406585
Estimate price: 40,000€Roman Empire. Hadrianus, 117-138 for Aelius. Aureus,
137, Rome. Rare in this condition. Attractive piece with
perfect centering, tiny flan defect, extremely fine.
Spring Auction Sales 402-406890
Estimate price: 10,000€German States. City of Regensburg. 2 Ducats n. d. (1742),
with the titel of Karl VII. Extremely rare. Attractive piece.
Extremely fine-uncirculated.
Spring Auction Sales 402-4063209
Estimate price: 10,000€German States. City of Regensburg. Thick, double Reichstaler
n. d. (around 1742), with the titel of Karl VII. Extremely rare.
Attractive piece with nice patina, extremely fine.
Spring Auction Sales 402-4063217
Estimate price: 25,000€Holy Roman Empire. Ferdinand II, 1592-1618-1637.
5 Ducats 1636, Prague. Extremely rare. S
lightly bent, very fine-extremely fine.
Spring Auction Sales 402-4063821
Estimate price: 15,000€German States. Bavaria. Ludwig I., 1825-1848. Gold struck
from the die of a Double gulden. Of the highest rarity.
Attractive piece with fine golden toning. NGC MS63+.
Spring Auction Sales 402-4063949
Estimate price: 20,000€German States. Saxony. Friedrich August I., 1694-1733
(August der Starke). 2 Ducats 1695, Dresden.
Extremely rare. Attractive piece, min. bent, extremely fine.
Spring Auction Sales 402-4064054
Estimate price: 75,000€German States. Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. Julius, 1568-1589.
Löser (multiple taler) Heinrichstadt (Wolfenbüttel),
Extremely rare. Very attractive piece, extremely fine.
Spring Auction Sales 402-4064144

Naville Numismatics Live Auction 87

Naville Numismatics

Live Auction 87

Coins

11 February 2024

Online

Naville Numismatics presents its Live Auction 87. The sale will close on Sunday 11th February 2024, 16.00 UK time, at which time the live session will begin. Absentee bidders can bid electronically through Naville Numismatics website until the start of the live session. The auction features a selection of 676 lots of Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Medieval and Modern coins, all chosen with contribution from NAC’s experts.

Lot 245: Greek. The Ptolemies. Ptolemy IV Philopator (221-205 BC). Alexandria, Octodrachm. In the name of Ptolemy III, circa 219-217. Struck on a large flan in high relief with a bold portrait of fine style, Extremely Fine. Starting Price: 6,000 £.

Lot 245: Greek. The Ptolemies. Ptolemy IV Philopator (221-205 BC). Alexandria, Octodrachm. In the name of Ptolemy III, circa 219-217. Struck on a large flan in high relief with a bold portrait of fine style, Extremely Fine. Starting Price: 6,000 £.

The first section of the sale starts with an extremely rare bronze of Ebusus, a rare drachm of Tarentum, a nice nomos of Metapontum, a nice Archaic drachm of Himera, a very rare bronze of Iatos, a nice tetradrachm of Syracuse from Ars Classica 1926, a well struck litra of Syracuse from the Demareteion series and a very rare stater from the Libyan Revolt. Moreover in this part, a selection of Hellenistic coins and a series of coins of Tarentum, Metapontum, Croton, Syracuse, Athens, Corinth, Seleucid kings, Judaea, Phoenicia, Arabia and Egypt.

Noteworthy in this section are a nice didrachm of Velia (Ex New York sale XXX, 2013, 12), a nice and rare hemilitra of Piakos, a nice stater of Neapolis and a beautiful octodrachm of Ptolemy IV struck in high relief.

Lot 366: Roman Provincial. Egypt, Alexandria. Hadrian (117-138). Drachm, Heracleopolite, circa 126-127 (year 15). Extremely rare only five specimens listed on RPC of which two in private hands, Lovely brown tone, bold portrait and Extremely Fine. Starting Price: 1,300 £.

Lot 366: Roman Provincial. Egypt, Alexandria. Hadrian (117-138). Drachm, Heracleopolite, circa 126-127 (year 15). Extremely rare only five specimens listed on RPC of which two in private hands, Lovely brown tone, bold portrait and Extremely Fine. Starting Price: 1,300 £.

The Roman Provincial part of the sale includes a choice of specimens from the Dattari Collection and a wonderful selection of rare coins of Alexandria.

The Roman selection boasts an interesting series of Roman Republican bronzes and a striking array of denarii. This includes an interesting denarius of L. Valerius Flacco, a nice denarius of P. Servilius M.f. Rullus, a well struck denarius of L. Furius Cn. F. Brocchus (Ex NAC sale 84, 2015, 1671), a rare denarius of C. Pompeius Junior and M. Minatius Sabinus, a rare and wonderful denarius of L. Mussidius Longus and well struck legionary denarius of M. Antonius.

Lot 502: Roman Imperial. Vespasian (69-79). Sestertius, Rome, 71. Green patina, die shift on reverse, otherwise Good Very fine. NGC Ch XF strike 4/5, surface 3/5. Starting Price: 450 £.

Lot 502: Roman Imperial. Vespasian (69-79). Sestertius, Rome, 71. Green patina, die shift on reverse, otherwise Good Very fine. NGC Ch XF strike 4/5, surface 3/5. Starting Price: 450 £.

The Imperial selection of the sale features an attractive series of Augustus and also an attractive selection of Roman gold, bronzes and silver coins such as a very rare tesserae of time of Tiberius, a nice denarius of Nero, a well preserved denarius of Otho and another of Vespasian, an interesting sestertius of Vespasian (Ex Stack’s and graded choice XF from NGC), a rare denarius of Divus Pertinax, a selection of follis from the Rauceby Hoard, found in Lincolnshire, July 2017 (submitted for consideration as Treasure and returned to the finders. PAS ID: LIN-F6D516. BM Ref: 2017 T649), a very rare 1/3 siliqua of Helena (Ex NAC 29, 2005, 636) and a nice solidus of Valentinian III, even beyond an interesting selection of Solidi, Denari, Antoniniani, Sesterti, Dupondi, Asses and Folles. Very remarkable in this part are a well struck aureus of Nero, a well preserved aureus of Julia Domna and a wonderful solidus of Leo I.

Lot 636: Byzantine. Leo I (457-474). Solidus, Constantinopolis, circa 462-466. Graffiti, otherwise About Extremely fine. Starting Price: 450 £.

Lot 636: Byzantine. Leo I (457-474). Solidus, Constantinopolis, circa 462-466. Graffiti, otherwise About Extremely fine. Starting Price: 450 £.

The Byzantine part includes a very interesting selection of specimens, nevertheless the Medieval and Modern part of sale includes a selection of silver coins from Austria, a small selection of ducati and zecchini of Venice, an extremely rare tarì of Amalfi and a series of solidi and denari of Lobards from Benevento.

Naville Numismatics Ltd’s partnership with NAC guarantees highly professional numismatic service and certifies an unlimited warranty of authenticity for the lots it sells.

For customers who buy through NAC Europe, please note that due to increased costs and factors beyond our control, the option to ship via Belgium will only be offered on purchases greater than £500. Purchases under this amount will be shipped from the UK via Royal Mail, or if the client specifies an alternate service. We will offer the option to combine invoices from several auctions in order to reach the £500 threshold, whereby the client can receive multiple purchases via Belgium in one shipment. For special delivery instruction, please contact Naville Numismatics directly.