• Code 10896

Nomos AG Auction 2. 18 May 2010.

Greek, Roman, early medieval, and early modern coins and medals.  PB  232 lots, all illustrated in the text in colour, with enlargements. 103 pages.  Estimated prices. 215 x 280mm. 

Lower front bottom right corner slightly bumped, otherwise a very good clean copy.

This was Nomos AG's second auction in Zürich. The sale began with a nice group of Celtic issues, and then moved on to the Greek world, ranging from a small but lovely piece minted in Provence, to coins minted by Greek kings in India and Egypt. Among the Roman coins is a rare denarius of Geta as Caesar with a detailed view of the Temple of Roma in Rome, and a medaillion of Constantine I, struck to celebrate the dedication of Constantinople in 330. The sale ended with a small group of great rarities: a unique Byzantine usurper, an extremely rare Islamic dinar minted in Carthage, and two very rare Renaissance gold pieces - from Ferrara and Rhodes.  Some amazing coins.

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