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Date
238 B.C. - 168 B.C.
Mint
Ambracia
Obverse
Head of Apollo right, laureate.
Reverse
Α/Μ Β/Ρ: Zeus naked, advancing right; left extended, thunderbolt in raised right, and aegis in left.
Reference
BMC Greek 25, BMC Greek 26
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
238 B.C. - 168 B.C.
Mint
Ambracia
Obverse
Head of Apollo right, laureate.
Reverse
Α/Μ Β/Ρ: Zeus naked, advancing right; left extended, thunderbolt in raised right, and aegis in left.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
196 B.C. - 146 B.C.
Obverse
Head of Apollo right, laureate.
Reverse
ΘΕΣΣΑ ΛΩΝ: The Thessalian Pallas Itonia fighting right.
Reference
BMC Greek 49, BMC Greek 50, BMC Greek 51
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
400 B.C. - 344 B.C.
Mint
Larissa
Obverse
Head of Larissa , three quarter face left; hair confined by fillet, and floating loosely.
Reverse
ΛΑΡΙΣͶΩΙΑ: Bridled horse right trotting.
Reference
BMC Greek 79
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
238 B.C. - 168 B.C.
Obverse
Head of Dione right, wearing laureate stephanos and veil.
Reverse
ΑΠΕΙ ΡΩΤΑΝ: Tripod-lebes; all in laurel wreath.
Reference
BMC Greek 53, BMC Greek 55, BMC Greek 56, BMC Greek 57, BMC Greek 58
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
238 B.C. - 168 B.C.
Mint
Ambracia
Obverse
Head of young Herakles right, in lion's skin.
Reverse
Α/Μ Β/Ρ: Apollo Actius seated left; holds strung bow right.
Reference
BMC Greek 16
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
279 B.C. - 168 B.C.
Obverse
Head of Pallas right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet.
Reverse
ΑΙΤΩ ΛΩΝ: Herakles naked, facing; holds in right, club, in left, lion's skin.
Reference
BMC Greek 71
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
196 B.C. - 146 B.C.
Obverse
Head of Pallas right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet.
Reverse
ΘΕΣ ΣΑΛΩΝ: Horse trotting right.
Reference
BMC Greek 62 63
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
A.D. 269 - A.D. 271
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Southern Gallic Mint
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) VICTORINVS P(IVS)F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, cuirassed.
Reverse
PROVIDENTIA AVG(VSTI): Providentia standing left, right hand holding baton and left hand holding cornucopiae; globe at right foot.
Reference
RIC V Victorinus 61, The Cunetio Treasure 2577, The Normanby Hoard 1445A
Provenance
1987: Fifty-one coins were purchased from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau in 1987. According to Samuel E. Cox of the WTB, this selection of coins represents the top 2% of the hoard in terms of condition.
1985:
Date
A.D. 269 - A.D. 271
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Cologne, Cologne
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) VICTORINVS P(IVS)F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped, cuirassed.
Reverse
PAX AVG(VSTI): Pax standing left, right hand holding olive branch and left hand holding sceptre.
Reference
RIC V Victorinus 118, The Normanby Hoard 1375
Provenance
1987: Fifty-one coins were purchased from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau in 1987. According to Samuel E. Cox of the WTB, this selection of coins represents the top 2% of the hoard in terms of condition.
1985:
Date
A.D. 267
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Field Mint, Cologne
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) C(ASSIANVS) POSTVMVS P(IVS)F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right; draped, cuirassed.
Reverse
CO(N)S(VL) IIII: Victory/Nemesis standing right, holding wreath in right hand and sceptre in left.
Reference
RIC V Postumus 287, The Cunetio Treasure 2455, The Normanby Hoard 1342
Provenance
1987: Fifty-one coins were purchased from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau in 1987. According to Samuel E. Cox of the WTB, this selection of coins represents the top 2% of the hoard in terms of condition.
1985:
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