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Ancient and Medieval Coins

We buy and sell Ancient and Medieval coins at our Denver location.

Below is a sampling of our inventory, which changes daily. Please stop by at one of our stores or email us for specific needs.

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Greek AR Tetradrachm 480-475

Greek  AR Tetradrachm circa 480-475, Sicily,Syracuse. (17.34 grams) Charioteer, holding reins and kentron;  Nike is shown flying  above to crown the horses. / Four dolphins swimming clockwise around the head of the water nymph  Arethusa. A splendid example of early Greek coinage, with a wonderful and well struck late archaic head of Arethusa. ANACS Certified EF/40  Very scarce in this grade and above. Certification number: 6030497.

$3,100.00

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Greek 400-350 BC Lucania Thurium

Greek 400-350 BC Lucania, Thurium. Silver stater (7.45 grams). Head of Athena right, wearing crested Attic helmet ornamented with Scylla holding trident, pointing forward with left hand and holding spear / bull butting right, tuna fish right. Beautiful designed head of Athena. Well struck and near perfectly centered.  ANACS VF/35.

$1,500.00

1 in stock

Kingdom of Macedon Alexander III, 336-323 BC NGC AU

Kingdom of Macedon Alexander III, 336-323 BC NGC AU. AR Tetradrachm (17.17g) early posthumous issue, obverse featuring Heracles, reverse featuring Zeus. Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5

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Kingdom of Macedon Phillip III, 323-317 BC NGC Ch AU

Kingdom of Macedon Phillip III, 323-317 BC NGC Ch AU. AV Stater (8.56g), obverse featuring Athena, reverse featuring Nike. Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5

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Greek AR Tetradrachm 295-280 BC

Greek AR Tetradrachm  circa 295-280 BC Babylon under Seleukos I of Syria.(15.43 gm). Baal enthroned left, holding sceptre / Lion walking left, anchor above.  ANACS Certified VF/35. Certification number: 6030495.

$300.00

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Athens 134-133 BC AR Tetradrachm Owl

Attica, Athens. 134/3 BC. AR New Style Tetradrachm. (16.67 gm). Helmeted head of Athena facing right on the obverse, owl standing on amphora with anchor and star to the left on the reverse side.

$1,150.00

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Roman Empire Tiberius AD 14-37 NGC Choice XF

Roman Empire Tiberius AD 14-37 NGC Choice XF. AR Denarius (3.61g), Lugdunum. Reverse featuring Livia as Pax. Tribute Penny. Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5, Fine Style

$3,600.00

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England 1369-77 Noble S-1516 Edward III NGC AU55

England 1369-77 Noble S-1516 Edward III NGC AU55.

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After 54 BC Thracian or Scythian Coson AV Stater MS NGC

After 54 BC Thracian or Scythian Coson AV Stater MS NGC with Strike 3/5 and Surface 4/5.  This is the Authentic Ancient Coin of Marcus Junius Brutus, Assassin of  Julius Caesar. The Obverse features Procession and the Reverse features an Eagle, Wreath and Scepter.

$950.00

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England 1505-09 Angel S-2187 Henry VII NGC AU58

England 1505-09 Angel S-2187 Henry VII NGC AU58.

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England 1509-26 Angel S-2265 Henry VIII NGC AU55

England 1509-26 Angel S-2265 Henry VIII NGC AU55.

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Scotland 1553 44S S-5394 Queen of Scots NGC XF40

Scotland 1553 44S S-5394 Queen of Scots NGC XF40.

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