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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

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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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Roman. Brutus (44-42 BC). AV Stater (19mm,8.34gm). NGC Brilliant Uncirculated

Roman. Brutus (44-42 BC). AV Stater (19 mm, 8.34 gm). NGC Brilliant Uncirculated.

Obv: # Roman Consuls walking left. Rev: Eagle with spread wings standing left on scepter, clutching laurel wreath. Certified by NGC in Choice Uncirculated condition! Roman Governor Brutus, the assassin who betrayed Julius Caesar, authorized the striking of these coins using gold treasure provided by the Roman Senate. The gold staters were use to pay troops provided by the Thracian King Coson to defend the Republic from troops that were loyal to Julius Caesar.

 

 

$900.00

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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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