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The NumisPlace Summer 24 Special Release

The NumisPlace

Summer 2024 Special Release

Münzen

6. Juni 2024

Online

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Der Summer ‘24 Special Release ist jetzt online. Sehen Sie hier einige Highlights des Release:

ID HS9I8: Mysia. Cyzicus. Stater circa 550-500, EL 16.10 g. Very rare. Good very fine.

ID HS9I8: Mysia. Cyzicus. Stater circa 550-500, EL 16.10 g. Very rare. Good very fine.

ID S6WTX: Italy. Lucania. Nomos 340-330 BC. Silver 7.95 g.; 21.5 mm. Magnificent old cabinet tone, high relief. NGC graded Ch XF.

ID S6WTX: Italy. Lucania. Nomos 340-330 BC. Silver 7.95 g.; 21.5 mm. Magnificent old cabinet tone, high relief. NGC graded Ch XF.

ID M4IMW: Kings of Macedon. Alexander III the Great, 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm Memphis ca. 325, AR 17.17 g. Rare. Light iridescent tone, a minor graffito on reverse, otherwise extremely fine.

ID M4IMW: Kings of Macedon. Alexander III the Great, 336-323 BC. Tetradrachm Memphis ca. 325, AR 17.17 g. Rare. Light iridescent tone, a minor graffito on reverse, otherwise extremely fine.

ID WEWA4: Ptolemaic Egypt. Arsinoe II Philadelphus (277-270/268 BC). Gold Mnaieion or Octodrachm (27,74 g). Posthumous issue of Alexandria under Ptolemy II, ca. 253/2 BC. Delicate, Fine Style artistry displayed on a bright flan with flashes of lustre. NGC graded XF.

ID WEWA4: Ptolemaic Egypt. Arsinoe II Philadelphus (277-270/268 BC). Gold Mnaieion or Octodrachm (27,74 g). Posthumous issue of Alexandria under Ptolemy II, ca. 253/2 BC. Delicate, Fine Style artistry displayed on a bright flan with flashes of lustre. NGC graded XF.

ID RIIVV: Bactrian Kingdom. Antimachos I Theos. Tetradrachm ca. 180-170 BC. Silver 16.94 g.; 27.5 mm. Superb Tetradrachm covered with a beautiful cabinet patina of a grey enhanced by golden tones in the hollows. Off-centre strike on the obverse, with a slightly cut flan at 12 o'clock. NGC graded AU.

ID RIIVV: Bactrian Kingdom. Antimachos I Theos. Tetradrachm ca. 180-170 BC. Silver 16.94 g.; 27.5 mm. Superb Tetradrachm covered with a beautiful cabinet patina of a grey enhanced by golden tones in the hollows. Off-centre strike on the obverse, with a slightly cut flan at 12 o’clock. NGC graded AU.

ID 8YNYL: Roman Republic. P. Cornelius Lentulus M. f. AR-Denarius; 18 mm; 3.91 g. Rome mint, 100 BC. Sharply struck and in an outstanding condition with a lovely light iridescent tone. Virtually as struck. Superb. Almost mint state.

ID 8YNYL: Roman Republic. P. Cornelius Lentulus M. f. AR-Denarius; 18 mm; 3.91 g. Rome mint, 100 BC. Sharply struck and in an outstanding condition with a lovely light iridescent tone. Virtually as struck. Superb. Almost mint state.

ID L3KBA: Roman Empire. Maximianus Herculius first reign, AD 286–305. Aureus, Siscia AD 286; 5.27 g. An apparently unrecorded variety of an extremely rare type. A very interesting and finely detailed portrait, work of a very talented master engraver. About extremely fine.

ID L3KBA: Roman Empire. Maximianus Herculius first reign, AD 286–305. Aureus, Siscia AD 286; 5.27 g. An apparently unrecorded variety of an extremely rare type. A very interesting and finely detailed portrait, work of a very talented master engraver. About extremely fine.

ID BWSYS: Kingdom of France. Louis XVI, 1774-1792. Louis d’or à la tête nue 1788, H La Rochelle. Gold 7.6 g.; 23 mm. Scarce variety: 8/7 and NVA instead of NAV. Very low mintage: 23 025 examples. Superb eye appeal joins superlative rarity. An extraordinary item. Well struck with a sharp strike and fully mirrored, prooflike fields. Extremely rare. GEM condition. PCGS graded MS 66 PL.

ID BWSYS: Kingdom of France. Louis XVI, 1774-1792. Louis d’or à la tête nue 1788, H La Rochelle. Gold 7.6 g.; 23 mm. Scarce variety: 8/7 and NVA instead of NAV. Very low mintage: 23 025 examples. Superb eye appeal joins superlative rarity. An extraordinary item. Well struck with a sharp strike and fully mirrored, prooflike fields. Extremely rare. GEM condition. PCGS graded MS 66 PL.

ID VOC3J: Ethiopia. Menelik II, 1889-1913. 10 Werk Presentation Medal, n.d. (1897). Gold, oval, 52.8 x 44 mm; 30.01 g. Extremely rare, especially in this condition. 5 Pieces minted according to Heritage Auctions and NGSA, perhaps the most finely engraved of all Ethiopian medallions. PCGS graded MS 62 TOP POP.

ID VOC3J: Ethiopia. Menelik II, 1889-1913. 10 Werk Presentation Medal, n.d. (1897). Gold, oval, 52.8 x 44 mm; 30.01 g. Extremely rare, especially in this condition. 5 Pieces minted according to Heritage Auctions and NGSA, perhaps the most finely engraved of all Ethiopian medallions. PCGS graded MS 62 TOP POP.