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Attractive Caesar Denarius with Cabinet Patina
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1043108 | ROMAN IMPERATORIAL. Julius Caesar. (Dictator, d. 44 BCE). Struck circa 49-48 BCE. AR Denarius. NGC AU (About Uncirculated) Strike 4/5 Surface 5/5. Traveling Military Mint. 3.95gm. Elephant advancing right, trampling on serpent; CAESAR in exergue / Emblems of the pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, securis (surmounted by wolf’s head), and apex. Bab 9; BMC 27; Crawford 443/1; Sear 9; Syd 1006.
Sharply struck, lovely cabinet patina.
Very Rare Adelaide Pound
1044105 | AUSTRALIA. South Australia. 1852 AV Adelaide Pound. NGC MS63. Crown / Dentilated inner circle. KM 2; Friedberg 3.
Superb frosty choice mint state, very rare as such.
Ras Taffari’s Visit to Paris Mint
1042662 | ETHIOPIA. Empress Zauditu. 1924 AR Birr. PCGS PR63. Crowned bust right / S. A. I. & R. LE PRINCE TAFFARI HÉRITIER DE LA COURONNE ET RÉGENT DE L’EMPIRE D’ÉTHIOPIE VISITE LA MONNAIE LE 19 MAI 1924. Inscription. X 21. Matte Proof.
Mint Visit Medals. Prince Regent, Ras Taffari’s Visit to Paris Mint. Cabinet patina, extremely rare.
Stunning City View Thaler of Eichstatt
1043132 | GERMAN STATES. Eichstatt. 1781 KR/OE AR Thaler. NGC MS65. CAPITULUM REGNANS SEDE VACANTE., 10 EINE FEINE MARCK. below. 13 oval arms form circle with 3 shields of arms and date within ornate frame at center / HAC SUB TUTELA. City view. KM 90; Dav 2210; Cahn 145; Zepernick 79.
One of the most interesting perspectives of all the city-view thaler types, an intricate bird’s eye view. Beautifully toned gem.
Choice Mint State Catherine II “The Great” Rouble
1043141 | RUSSIA. Catherine II, the ‘Great’. (Czarina, 1762-1796). 1780-CNB AR Rouble. NGC MS63. St. Petersburg. 24.69mm. 24gm. Older bust, wreath around crown / Double-headed eagle. C 67b; Dav. 1685; Bitkin 228; Diakov 403.
Poseidon and Pegasus
1043266 | SWITZERLAND. 1977 AR Medal. PCGS SP69. By Hans Erni. 33mm. 20gm. Poseidon / Pegasus.
From a set of four medals, each representing one of the classical elements. This one, portraying Poseidon, god of the sea, and Pegasus, the divine stallion that he sired, represents water. From a mintage of 7,500 pieces. Superbly toned.
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The 2017 World’s Fair of Money – Table #959 & 1058
August 1-5, 2017
American Numismatic Association (ANA)
Colorado Convention Center, Denver, CO
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