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    1. Lara

      Lara

      These are absolutely beautiful mainly Roman and Greek silver coins purchased from a premium collection in Europe. We are very excited about being able to exclusively offer them. The detail and condition on them is generally great. They are all unattributed and like other lots of Silver coins that we have sold previously so there may be some rare ones available.

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    2. Eureka

      Eureka

      This is one of those hoards that you will wish you bought more of. We can honestly say it is one of the most interesting ones we have seen in the last five years. It has a wide and varied range of interesting coins in it that are in lovely uncleaned condition. It has a range of Roman coins including Radiates, Denarii, interesting Follis as well as the odd provincial mixed in with a good amount of silver Roman coins. It also has an interesting mix of Byzantine and Greek coins, including a lot of examples that we have never seen before as well as some Judean coins. Our gut feeling is that there could be some really exciting and rare coins in here, and the condition of these coins are really good. We would say that the vast majority of these coins are also premium uncleaned coins condition wise with a lot of them requiring not a lot more than a bit of wax to bring the natural beauty out before attributing them.

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    3. Marcian

      Marcian

      Here we have higher grade mainly Roman silver coins, a lot of them show some really good detail or are rarer types of coins. All of these should be easily attributable.

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    4. Volusian

      Volusian

      Here we have an assortment of low-grade mainly Roman silver or previously silvered coins for sale. They are really good value for money and will prove to be interesting to attribute.

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    5. Cronos

      Cronos

      These are delightful cleaned bronze Roman coins that show exquisite detail and will be a great addition to any collection.

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    6. Sabina

      Sabina

      This is a really nice mainly late Roman hoard that is edging towards being of “premium” quality detail wise. Almost all of these coins already have some noticeable detail on and some of them will require virtually no cleaning at all, I would imagine that well over 90% should be attributable. Aside from the Roman coins there is the odd Byzantine and Greek coin but they are certainly in the minority. This is certainly the best Roman hoard that we have had in quite some time and will be a pleasure to clean as they have so much starting detail.

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    7. Attica

      Attica

      This is really promising hoard from the Middle East, it consists of mainly Greek coins that are generally slightly smaller than normal but also has examples that are heading towards being premium in terms of uncleaned condition. Size wise they go right down to fractional by the looks of it so that is always pleasing as those are very popular to collectors. It also seems to have some Roman Provincial in it and maybe a little Judean. This is a really interesting one that could very well hold some rare and valuable coins in it once cleaned and attributed.

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    8. Caligula

      Caligula

      Here we have some Silver Roman coins that are in premium condition, most require a little cleaning but all have great detail on them. There is a great variety of coins here and they will certainly make for interesting attribution and be a good investment at this grade.

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    9. Constantius

      Constantius

      Here we have a long-standing collection of mainly uncleaned premium Roman coins acquired from a German Collector. We have about 300 available in total and as you can see they are in exceptional uncleaned condition. They range in size and age and include some silver and silvered examples. They will make for really nice and easy cleaning and most will clean to show exceptional detail. We are selling these in counted lots, as we had to acquire them on a cost per coin basis. I would say they are some of the best uncleaned Roman coins that I have ever seen as they only very rarely come up in such outstanding condition, all should be attributable.

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    10. Valerian

      Valerian

      Here we have a wide range of Roman Brooches, they come in a wide range of sizes and styles, a number of them have ornate detail. Most of these Brooches are typically missing the pins, but they make great display items.

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    11. Helena

      Helena

      *Sold out in 12 hours* Here we have an ethically obtained collection of unsorted and unattributed Silver coins.

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    12. Amisos

      Amisos

      This is without question one of the nicest hoards that I have ever had the pleasure of seeing. The detail even before cleaning is striking with well over 90% of the coins being instantly attributable in their current state. Pontos is often considered the home of the Amazons.

      The first travels of Greek merchants and adventurers to the Pontian region occurred probably from around 1000 BC, whereas their settlements would become steady and solidified cities only by the 8th and 7th centuries BC as archaeological findings document. This fits in well with a foundation date of 731 BC as reported by Eusebius of Caesarea for Sinope, perhaps the most ancient of the Greek Colonies in what was later to be called Pontus.[12] The epical narratives related to the travels of Jason and the Argonauts to Colchis, the tales of Heracles' navigating the Black Sea and Odysseus' wanderings into the land of the Cimmerians, as well as the myth of Zeus constraining Prometheus to the Caucasus mountains as a punishment for his outwitting the Gods.

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    13. Hebron

      Hebron

      This is a Holy land hoard that was found in Israel, hoards from this region are very interesting as they offer such a wide variety of coins and history. This is due to the numerous wars and occupation in the region combined with it being a major trading location. Unlike the more traditional European hoards the range and size of the coins vary considerably. They start at an extremely small size as often they include fractional Greek coins and on the other side of the scale can include very large coins including Byzantine Follis or Ptolemy coins. There are certainly among the most varied hoards ever found and can often contain some extremely interesting and valuable coins from a wide range of civilisations and cultures.

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    14. Hypnos

      Hypnos

      This is a hoard that contains a good percentage of classical Greek coins depicting ancient Gods, creatures and horses coins along with some interesting earlier Roman and Persian coins. A lot of the coins are reasonably encrusted at the moment but being earlier thicker coins they will generally take well to cleaning because the bronze used in the manufacturing process was far superior to that of a lot of later coins. With a bit of patience these will make for some very interesting cleaning and attributing that could potentially lead to some exciting finds. There is also a variety of artefacts within this hoard including a few rings, brooches and miscellaneous items.

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    15. Leo

      Leo

      Here we have some lovely Byzantine Lead crosses, a large variety of different shapes and sizes. Some are extremely ornate and others are more simplistic symbols. These crosses are extremely collectable and make a great addition to any collection or display.

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