For Sale/Trade

These all come from my core collection. If there is anything of interest, feel free to reach out to

L. Minucius. 133BC. Rome Mint. Obv: Helmeted head of Roma right, star (mark of value) behind. Rev: ROMA / L MINVCI. Jupiter driving quadriga right, hurling thunderbolt, holding reins and sceptre. NGC Ch MS 4/5, 5/5


Price: $1,250

MESOPOTAMIA. Carrhae. Caracalla (198-217 AD). BI tetradrachm. 26mm, 16.13gr. Cos. IV (AD 215-217). Obv: Radiate head of Caracalla right. Rev: Eagle standing facing, looking right, holding wreath in beak; above left wing, crescent; between legs, star; in exergue, two pellets. Prieur 830. Large flan with lovely toning all around. NGC AU 5/5, 5/5.


Price: $675

1556. Ferdinand I (1521-64) Taler (72 Kreuzer). Hall Mint. Dav-8027. Tougher earlier piece. NGC AU-50.


Price: $1,200

1778-M. Italy. Milan. Maria Theresia (1740-1780 Scudo (6 Lire). DAV-1386. KM-C36, 23.13g. Well struck with lovely rich antique patina, satiny luster. The first regular, machine struck crown type of Milan. Very rare quality for the type as Maria Theresa was very unpopular in Milan during this period and many of the coins issued with her portrait were defaced. NGC MS-62.


Pedigreed to the Millennia Collection Sale


Price: $3,500

1789(b). Austria Netherlands. Joseph II. 1/2 Kronentaler. Angelface Mintmark, Brussels Mint. Engraver: Théodore Van Berckel. KM-34. Mintage of 24,418. Obv: Laureate portrait to the right. Legend around for "Iosephus II Dei Gratia Romanorum Imperator Semper Augustus Germaniae Hierosolymae Hungariae Bohemiaeque Rex". Rev: Burgundian cross divides three crowns, decorated with the Order of the Golden Fleece. Date divided by mint mark. Legend around for "Archidux Austriae Dux Burgundiae Lotharingiae Brabantiae Comes Flandriae". Conditionally scarce piece with original mint luster. PCGS MS-64.


Price: $4,500

1953. Austria Silver Guldiner Guldengroschen, Hall (Tyrol), Official Restrike restrike of the legendary 1486 issue. X#M28. Obverse: Sigismund standing in armor,wearing crown and holding orb; shield to left, crested helmet to right, restrike date (1953) below. Legend: .SIGISMVNDVS: *: ARCHIDVX. AVSTRIE. Reverse: Armored knight on horseback right, carrying banner. Date (1486) below. All within circle of 16 shields. Mintage: Only 5000 pcs Weight: 31.95 gram of Silver (.900) Diameter: 40 mm The Guldengroschen was a large silver coin originally minted in Tirol in 1486. NGC MS-67.


Price: $275

Medal commemorative devoted to the memory of Johannes Hevelius (1611-1687). Engraver: Ewa Olszewska-Borys. Cast bronze. 109x115mm. Issued by the Nicolaus Copernicus Museum in Frombork, 1986. 


Price: $700

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