It's always difficult to tell from this side of the screen what people will buy on the website. But I'm happy that our offers are being so well received by our collectors, so happy in fact, that I've decided to give you some more for your collection. It's not my fault if you keep buying I have to keep selling...
I don't have that many coins for you, just a few, that I thought our collectors might appreciate seeing at the end of the month. As a young collector, I know how important it is to budget and there's no better time to buy coins than at the beginning or the ending of the month.
Antoninus Pius, AD 138-161, AE Sestertius. Obv. Laureate head right. Rev. TR POT XIX COS IIII, S-C in field. Pax Standing left holding olive-branch and cornucopiae. [Sear 4249] Good Very fine with strong portrait.
Histiaia, Euboia, ca. 340-330BC, Silver Tetrobol. Obverse: Head of the nymph Histiaia wreathed with vine and hair rolled facing to right. Reverse.: The nymph Histiaia seated to right on the stern of a galley. Very Fine+
Islands off Thrace, Thasos, ca.148-90 BC. Silver Tetradrachm. Obv. Head of young Dionysos to right. Rev. Herakles standing naked left holding club and lion's skin. About Extremely Fine / Good Very Fine
Macrinus, AD 217-218, AR Denarius, Rome AD 217. Obverse. Laureate and cuirassed bust of Macrinus facing to right. Reverse: SECVRITAS TEMPORVM, Securitas standing facing to left holding a sceptre and leaning on a column [Sear 7365] Extremely Fine and Scarce.
Thessaly, Larissa, ca.344-337 B.C.. Silver Trihemiobol. Obverse: Head of the nymph Larissa three quarter facing to left with her hair floating loosely. Reverse: Thessalian horseman galloping to right holding a spear, ΛAP-I Σ around, AIΩN below. About Very Fine