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CNG SUBSCRIPTION RATES & AUCTION CATALOG LIST

 

(Updated 26 July 2017)

 

CATALOG SUBSCRIPTION RATES

 

CNG publishes three fully-illustrated catalogs a year: two mail bid sales, for which internet, postal, fax and email bids are accepted; and the Triton sale, our premier live auction held in conjunction with the New York International Numismatic Convention. All lots, including in the catalogs of our current sales can be viewed on our website, http://www.cngcoins.com.

 

Annual subscription rates for print copies of our current and future sales are as follows:

 

US$150 per year for addresses in North America (US and Canada)

 

US$225/£150/€160 for all other addresses.

 

We accept payment by check (US$ or British £), or by credit card (VISA and Mastercard in US$ only).

 

To start a subscription, or order copies of our previous catalogs, please contact us

 

 

AVAILABLE PAST AUCTION CATALOGS

 

Further ordering information is available at the end of this list.

 

CNG currently has a back stock of some of its own past auction catalogs, as well as the remaining stock of past auction catalogs acquired from Numismatic Fine Arts (NFA). CNG also has a back stock of the first three Nomos FPLs and Auction I for sale. These catalogs are valuable research tools for collectors and scholars alike. The following catalogs are available with prices realized. Significant offerings are listed to assist the specialist.

 

The following is a list of all available back catalogs stocked by CNG. All can be ordered by email, fax, phone, or post.

 

 

CLASSICAL NUMISMATIC GROUP, INC.

 

MAIL BID SALES (all cardbound versions)

 

(As Classical Numismatic Auctions Ltd. [CNA])

 

CNA I (1 May 1987), 466 lots, including 129 Greek and 268 Roman. (CNA1) $10.

 

CNA II (7 November 1988), 559 lots, including 267 Greek and 166 Roman. (CNA2) $10.

 

CNA III (29 April 1988), 578 lots, including 243 Greek and 175 Roman. (CNA3) $10.

 

CNA IV (21 September 21 1988), 974 lots, including 357 Greek and 345 Roman. (CNA4) $10.

 

CNA VI (1 March 1989), 987 lots, including 349 Greek and 325 Roman. (CNA6) $10.

 

Specialized Collection of Gordian III (Greek Imperial); Bradbury K. Thurlow Collection (Alexandrian)

 

CNA VIII (27 September 1989), 865 lots, including. (CNA8) $10.

 

CNA IX (7 December 1989), 607 lots, including 212 Greek and 330 Roman. (CNA9) $10.

 

CNA X (21 March 1990), 1495 lots, including 413 Greek and 601 Roman. (CNA10) $20.

 

CNA XI (3 May 1990), 401 lots, including 198 Greek and 187 Roman. (CNA11) $10.

 

CNA XII (26 September 1990), 1586 lots, including 751 Greek and 380 Roman. (CNA12) $15

 

Kerry K. Wetterstrom Collection (Alexandrian), Part I; Charles H. Wolfe Collection (Parthian)

 

CNA XIII (4 December 1990), 601 lots, including 378 Greek and 161 Roman. (CNA13) $30.

 

Kerry K. Wetterstrom Collection (Alexandrian), Part II, including Labors of Herakles, Coins of the Zodiac and Nomes

 

CNA XIV (20 March 20 1991), 1424 lots, including 608 Greek and 423 Roman. (CNA14) $10.

 

CNA XV (5 June 1991), 1005 lots, including Greek and Roman. (CNA15) $10.

 

CNA XVII (5 October 1991), 567 lots, including 230 Greek and 142 Roman. (CNA17) $10.

 

A Seaby Coin Sale

 

CNA XVIII (3 December 1991), 1107 lots, including 528 Greek and 390 Roman. (CNA18) $10.

 

CNA XXI (26 June 1992), 816 lots, including 369 Greek and 189 Roman. (CNA21) $10.

 

Collection of Roman Alexandria

 

As Classical Numismatic Group, Inc. ([CNG])

 

CNG XXII (2 September 1992), 1044 lots, including 530 Greek and 244 Roman. (CNG22) $10.

 

CNG XXIII (13 October 1992), 745 lots, including 307 Greek and 131 Roman. (CNG23) $10.

 

A Seaby Coin Sale

 

CNG XXV (24 March 1993), 1417 lots, including 584 Greek and 350 Roman. (CNG25) $10.

 

CNG XXVI (11 June 1993), 815 lots, including 429 Greek and 187 Roman. (CNG26) $15.

 

George & Robert Stevenson Collection of Greek Gold & Electrum

 

CNG XXVII (29 September 1993), 1691 lots, including 762 Greek and 367 Roman. (CNG27) $25.

 

Important Collection of Armenian Coinage; Selections from the Henry Clay Lindgren Collection (Greek & Greek Imperial)

 

CNG XXIX (30 March 1994), 1753 lots, including 549 Greek and 505 Roman. (CNG29) $15.

 

William F. Spengler & Wayne G. Sayles Reference Collection of Artuquid-Turkoman figural bronze coins, Part II; Library of Thomas P. McKenna

 

CNG XXX (11 June 1994), 810 lots, including 263 Greek and 224 Roman. (CNG30) $15.

 

Hannah Collection of Scottish Coins

 

CNG XXXI (9 September 1994), 1965 lots, including 741 Greek and 623 Roman. (CNG 31) $15.

 

Jordan Lee Wagner Collection of Roman Republican Coinage; Dr. Frank J. Novak Collection of Greek & Roman Coinage (sold in conjunction with Frank L. Kovacs); William F. Spengler & Wayne G. Sayles Reference Collection of Artuquid-Turkoman figural bronze coins, Part III

 

CNG XXXII (7 December 1994), 1472 lots, including 750 Greek and 208 Roman. (CNG32) $15.

 

Thomas B. Lesure Collection of Janiform Heads; the Unreserved Sale of the Property of "A Private European Investment Consortium"

 

CNG XXXIII (15 March 1995), 2020 lots, including 742 Greek and 610 Roman. (CNG33) $15.

 

CNG XXXIV (6 May 1995), 702 lots, including 243 Greek and 167 Roman. (CNG34) $15.

 

Russell C. Hollingsworth Roman Imperial Collection

 

CNG 35 (20 September 1995), 1855 lots, including 568 Greek and 580 Roman. (CNG35) $15.

 

Selections from the Henry Clay Lindgren Collection (Greek Imperial)

 

CNG 37 (20 March 1996), 2934 lots, including 1225 Greek and 795 Roman. (CNG37) $15.

 

Jay P. Dawley Collection of Greek Coins; Henry Clay Lindgren Collection of Greek Bronze Coinage; George Prager Collection of Judaean Coinage; Steve Showers Collection of Military & Legionary coin types;Joseph A. Byers Estate Collection including his Library on Papal Numismatics

 

CNG 38 (6 June 1996), 1970 lots, including 707 Greek and 495 Roman. (CNG38) $15.

 

William F. Spengler & Wayne G. Sayles Reference Collection of Zengid-Turkoman figural bronze coins, Part II

 

CNG 39 (18 September 1996), 2714 lots, including 1101 Greek and 710

Roman. (CNG39) $15.

 

Important selection of Silver coinage from Magna Graecia; a nice Parthian collection from a long-time Seaby customer; an interesting group of Alexandrian coinage; a massive run of denarii of the Flavians by reverse type

 

CNG 40 [in association with Numismatica Ars Classica] (4 December 1996), 2002 lots, including 622 Greek and 623 Roman. (CNG40) $20.

 

James Fox Collection of Roman & Byzantine Coinage; Myron Stepath Collection of Roman Gold Coinage; A European Collection of Gold & Silver Coinage from Magna Graecia

 

CNG 42 (29 May 1997), 1650 lots, including 652 Greek and 414 Roman. (CNG42) $20.

 

A New York City Collection of Greek Coinage & An Idaho Collection of Greek Coinage

 

CNG 43 (24 September 1997), 3240 lots, including 1200 Greek and 1433 Roman. (CNG43) $20

 

Goodman Collection of Roman Republican Coinage, Part 1

 

CNG 45 (18 March 1998), 3175 lots, including 808 Greek and 1318 Roman. (CNG45) $20.

 

Goodman Collection of Roman Republican Coinage, Part III; Estate of Robert W. Everett

 

CNG 46 (24 June 24 1998), 2211 lots, including 934 Greek and 579 Roman. (CNG46) $20.

 

The "Araratian Collection" of Armenian Coins, Part II; Goodman Collection of Roman Republican Coinage, Part IV; Crusader Coins from Rhodes

 

CNG 47 (16 September 1998), 2652 lots, including 1031 Greek and 1050 Roman. (CNG 47) $20.

 

Goodman Collection of Roman Republican, Part V; Roger A. Bickford-Smith Collection of Severan Denarii

  

CNG 50 (23 June 1999), 2171 lots, including 834 Greek and 938 Roman. (CNG50) $25.

 

Cornelius C. Vermeule III Collection of Roman Imperial Bronze (Sold for the benefit of the Classical Department of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts); An Important Private Collection of Athenian Bronze Coinage, [Part I]; The Scandinavian Collection of Alexandrian Coinage, Part II; Five Rare Anglo-Saxon Pennies from the Crickdale Mint

 

CNG 51 (15 September 1999), 2050 lots, including 1018 Greek and 536 Roman. (CNG51) $25

 

Russel C. Bement Collection of Greek Coinage; An Important Collection of Athenian Bronze Coinage, Part II; The "Araratian Collection" of Armenian Coins, Part III

 

CNG 53 (15 March 2000), 2528 lots, including 1223 Greek and 554 Roman. (CNG53) $25.

 

Collection of Marian A. Sinton, Part II - Greek, Roman and English coins; A Collection of Axumite in gold, silver and brinze; Collection of Phil DeVicci, Part I - Alexandrian coins; Matthew Rich Collection of Crusader coins

 

CNG 55 (13 September 2000), 1992 lots, including 990 Greek and 509 Roman. (CNG55) $25

 

A European Collection of Greek coins, Part I; Collection of Phil DeVicci, Part III - Brockages, Greek & Roman; A Thematic Offering of Horses from an American Collection

 

CNG 57 (4 April 2001), 2055 lots, including 928 Greek and 525 Roman. (CNG57) $25.

 

The John Bergman Collection of Greek Bronzes; An Important English Celtic Collection from Australia; More Pennies from the Allen Collection with an Emphasis on the Exeter Mint

 

CNG 58 (19 September 2001), 2233 lots, including 982 Greek and 440 Roman. (CNG58) $25.

 

Larissa Drachms by Variety; Thebes Staters by Magistrate; Selections from the William J. Conte Collection of Late Anglo-Saxon and Plantagenet Pennies

 

CNG 60 (22 May 2002), 2494 lots, including 1423 Greek and 535 Roman. (CNG60) $25.

 

The William Rudman Collection of Greek Coins, Part II; A Specialized Collection of Cycladic coins; the Jürgen Schmidt Collection of Roman & Byzantine, Part II; the George His Collection of Gordian III, Part II; Selections from the William J. Conte Collection, Saxon England and Edward II

 

CNG 61 (25 September 2002), 2773 lots, including 1087 Greek and 1073 Roman. (CNG61) $25.

 

The David Freedman Collection of Greek Bronzes, Part II; Manuel Panossian Collection of Armenian Coins; the Tony Hardy Collection of Roman Republican Coins, Part I; the Marc Melcher Collection of Severan Aurei and Denarii, Part I; Roman & Byzantine gold from the William H. Williams Collection; the William Subjack Collection of Early European Coinage, Part V (Parts I-4 were sold by Italo Vecchi, Ltd., London); the Patrick Cooper Collection of Medieval European & British Coins

 

CNG 63 (21 May 2003), 2118 lots, including 1105 Greek and 486 Roman. (CNG63) $25.

 

The Charles E. Weber Collection, Part I (Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and World); An Important European Collection of Judaean Coinage, Part I; Duplicates from the Richard McAlee Collection of Roman Antioch, Part I; Selections from the Marc Melcher Collection, Part III; Thalers from the Charles E. Weber Collection; The Wayne G. Sayles Collection of Error Coins 

 

CNG 64 (24 September 2003), 1705 lots, including 755 Greek and 494 Roman. (CNG64) $25.

 

An Important European Collection of Judaean Coinage, Part II; An Important Offering of Cilician Silver and a Diverse Offering of Provincial Coins from Cilicia (SNG Levante); Roman Imperatorial and Augustan Coins from the Tony Hardy Collection; Charles E. Weber Collection, Part II (World Gold & Silver, including India); Selections from the Paul McIlroy Collection of English Coins

 

CNG 66 (19 May 2004), 2078 lots, including 1298 Greek and 363 Roman. (CNG66) $25.

 

European & British Celtic Coins (In Association with Chris Rudd); the Tuck Pittman Collection of Alexander the Great by Mint; a European Collection of Silver and Bronze from Pantikapaion; an Extremely Rare Offering by Magistrate of Staters of the Thessalian League; a Hoard of Electrum Ingots from Asia Minor; a Continued Offering of Cilician Coinage and Additional Roman Provincial Coins from SNG Levante; an Exception Phanes Trite from Ephesos; the Bellaria Collection II: Parthian, Sasanian, and Related Kingdoms; an Attractive Eid Mar Denarius of Brutus; Additional Coins of Hadrian in Silver and Bronze from an American Collection; Rare Indian Coins from the William B. Warden and Other Collections; The Garth R. Drewry Collection of English Monarchs 

 

Full color catalogs

 

CNG 69 (8 June 2005), 2211 lots, including 1315 Greek and 516 Roman. (CNG69) $25.

 

British Celtic from the Dailey Collection; Magna Graeci a Silver and Bronze Coins from the Hardy Collection; Seleukid Coins from the Houghton Collection; Further Offerings of Cilician Coinage from SNG Levante; An Extensive Offering of Judaean Coins from an American Collection; Roman Provincial Coins from the Drewry Collection; Roman Coinage from the Berk Collection; The George His Collection of Roman Bronze Coins; Extensive Offering of Indian Coinage; Selections of British Coins from the Dailey Collection

                   

CNG 70 (21 September 2005), 1278 lots, including 626 Greek and 395 Roman. (CNG70) $25.

 

Further Selections of Cilician Coinage from SNG Levante; Selections from the Ian Roper Collection of Roman Countermarks; Selections from the John F. Sullivan Collection of Roman Bronzes; a Diverse Offering of the Coinage of Nerva; a Large Selection of Cistophoric Tetradrachms of Hadrian; a Viking Weight from the Danelaw

                   

CNG 72 (14 June 2006), 2,719 lots, including 1274 Greek and 685 Roman. (CNG72) $25.

 

British Celtic Coins from the Andrew Wayne Collection; a Second Offering of Boeotian Coinage from the BCD Collection; Important Early Electrum; a Selection of Seleukid Coinage from the Arthur Houghton Collection; Late Roman, Byzantine, and Early Medieval Coins from the Marc Poncin Collection; British hammered and Milled Coinage from the Wayne Collection, Antiquities from the Robert Beckett Collection, Important Books from An American Library

                   

CNG 72 (14 June 2006), 800 lots of numismatic literature. (CNG72B) $10.

 

Important Books from An American Library

                   

CNG 73 (13 September 2006), 1317 lots, including 718 Greek and 309 Roman. (CNG73) $25.

 

The Facing Head on Greek Coins: Selections from the Collection of Dave Herman; an Offering of Boeotion Coinage from the BCD Collection; Ptolemaic Bronzes from the Collection of Chris Blom; Ancient Maritime Vessels on Coins: Selections from the Collection of Alexandre de Barros; Roman Republican, Imperatorial & Imperial from the Collection of Harry Strikhausen; Important Severan Coins from the Collection of Robert Kutcher; Turkoman Figural Bronze Coins from the Henry Chitwood Collection; Hammered French & Anglo-Gallic Gold from the Marshall Faintich Collection; an Exceptional Offering of Books on Greek Numismatics from the Collection of Daniel Koppersmith

                   

CNG 75 (23 May 2007), 1533 lots, including 887 Greek and 268 Roman. (CNG75) $25.

 

Greek Coinage from the Richard Winokur Collection; Provincial Coins from the Alexandre de Barros Collection; Dated Medieval Coins from the Robert A. Levinson Collection; The Beowulf Collection of Anglo-Saxon Thrymsas, Sceattas, and Stycas; an Exceptional Offering of Auction Catalogs from the Collection of Daniel A. Koppersmith

                   

CNG 76/1 (12 September 2007), 1867 lots, including 1129 Greek and 517 Roman. (CNG76/1) $25.

 

Coins of Magna Graecia from Collection C.G.; The Christopher Morcom Collection of Pedigreed Coins of Greece and the Aegean Islands; Ptolemaic Bronzes from the Gregory Conlin Collection; The Labors of Hercules on Provincial Coinage; Select Roman Provincial from the J.S. Wagner Collection; Choice Caesar Portrait Coins from the Karl Sifferman Collection; Over 140 Select Roman Bronze Coins from the Alain Lagrange Collection; an American Collection of Gold and Silver Coins of Columbia; Medieval Italian Coins from Collection C.G.; Duplicates from the Beowulf Collection of Anglo-Saxon Coins 

                   

CNG 76/2 (12 September 2007), 439 lots, including 158 Greek and 230 Roman. (CNG76/2) $15.

 

The John A. Seeger Collection

                   

CNG 76/1&2 (12 September 2007). Both catalogs are available for a $10.00 savings. (CNG 76) $30.

 

CNG 78 (14 May 2008), 2184 lots, including 1547 Greek and 320 Roman. (CNG 78) $25.

 

The Emilio Favorito Collection of Bronze Coinage of Magna Graecia & Sicily; Greek Coins from Collection C.P.A.; Judaean Coinage from the Macleay Collection; Select Roman Provincial Coins from the Prideaux, Wagner, and Villemur Collections; Part II of the Richard Prideaux Collection of Augustus; Early Dated Coinage from the Robert [A.] Levinson Collection; Anglo-Saxon Pennies from the Ross Schraeder Collection; an Exceptional Anglo-Saxon Penny of Cynethryth; a Group of Off-Metal Trial Strikes by the Forger Rosa 

 

CNG 79 (17 September 2008), 2184 lots, including 701 Greek and 504 Roman. (CNG 79) $30.

 

The Paul Gerrie Collection of Greek Coinage; Final Offering of BCD Boiotia; Select Roman Provincial Coins from the J.S. Wagner Collection; Extensive Offering of Roman Republican Bronze from Collection V.C.; Roman Imperial Coins from the Gordon S. Parry Collection; an Important Collection of Medieval Bulgarian Coinage; The Dr. Jon R. Buck Collection of Keys and Locks

 

CNG 81/1 (20 May 2009), lots, including 832 Greek and 321 Roman. (CNG 81/1) $20.

 

The Colin Pitchfork Collection of Tarentine Coinage; Greek and Roman Provincial Coins from the Alighieri Collection; a European Collection of Alexandrian Coins; a Special Collection of Artukid and Zengid Coinage; The Dr. William Blank Collection of British Celtic Coins

 

CNG 81/2 (20 May 2009), 920 lots of Greek and Greek Imperial. (CNG 81/2) $20.

 

BCD Collection of Coins of the Peloponnesos, Part II (Part I was sold by Leu Numismatik, Zürich)

 

CNG 82 (16 September 2009), lots, including 867 Greek and 186 Roman. (CNG 82) $40.

 

The Dr. William Blank Collection of European Celtic Coinage; The Colin Pitchfork Collection of Coins of Metapontion; a Further Offering of Coins of Peloponnesos from the BCD Collection; Armenian Coinage from the J.S. Wagner Collection; a Variety of Caesar Portrait Denarii; Migration Period Coinage from the Giamba Collection; A Specialized Collection of Bulgarian Coinage

 

CNG 84 (5 May 2010), lots, including 891 Greek and 668 Roman. (CNG 84) $40.

 

Greek and Roman Coins from the Patrick H.C. Tan Collection; The Colin Pitchfork Collections of Neapolis and Velia; The Tuck Pittman "Legends of Alexander the Great" Collection; The Alex Shubs Collection of Bosporan Coinage; The Mark Staal Collection of Coins of the Three Graces; The John Bitner Collection of Secular Games Coinage; Roman Imperial Coins from the Elliot-Kent Collection; Further Selections from the White Mountain Collection; The Peter Lee Collection

 

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CNG 85 (15 September 2010), 1660 lots, including 554 Greek and 647 Roman. (CNG 85) $40.

 

The R.A. Collection of Armenian and Related Coinage; Parisii Gold Stater; Exceptional Tetradrachms of Gela and Messana; A Diverse Selection of Tetradrachms of Lysimachos; Impressive Derrones Dodekadrachm; Ptolemaic Gold Coins; Choice Tetradrachm of Diodotos II; A Selection of Attractive Republican Aes Grave; Aurei of the Twelve Caesars; A Diverse Selection of Sestertii; Superb Aureus of Commodus; Gold Medallions of Constantine I; Fourth Known Gold São-Tomé of Filipe I o Prudente; Two Rare Papal Medals in Gold; The Marie Karlsson Collection of Anglo-Saxon and Hiberno Norse Coinage; Choice Gold Pound of Elizabeth I; British Historical Medals from the Collection of a Northern California Gentleman

 

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CNG 87 (18 May 2011), 2279 lots, including 645 Greek and 365 Roman. (CNG 87) $40.

 

A European Collection of Coins of Ancient Spain; Colin Pitchfork Collection of the Coins of Thourioi; Macedonian Gold from the Collection of Tuck Pittman; Greek Coins from the R.D. Frederick and MIT Collections; Ptolemaic Gold Mnaieia-"Oktadrachms"; Clarence & Helen Zaar Collection of Maritime-Themed Coinage; Diverse Roman Imperial Sestertii; Rare Byzantine Gold Histamena of Irene; Early Dated Coinage from the Rye and Shutterly Collections; The TJH Collection of Medieval Coins; French Gold from the McWhinney Collection; The WPB Collection of Mexican Coins; Talers and World Bronzes from the HLT Collection; A Collection of Medals of Peter the Great; Antiquities featuring a Diverse Selection of Gold Earrings and Silver Ring Intaglios

 

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CNG 88 (14 September 2011), 2200 lots, including 627 Greek and 795 Roman. (CNG 88) $40.

 

A Syracuse Tetradrachm Signed by Euainetos and Eumenes; A Diverse Offering of Stephanophoroi from Kyme and Myrina; Ptolemaic Gold; Important Gerco-Baktrian and Indo-Greek Rarities; A Rare Manaobago Dinar of Huvishka; Roman Provincial Coins from Group CEM – Part I; The Sierra Collection of Roman Provincial and Imperial Coinage; Rare Dynastic Aureus of Geta with Caracalla; A Superb Binio of Trebonianus Gallus; Exceptional Anthemius Solidus; Byzantine Coins from the J.-P. Righetti Collection; Rare Byzantine Gold Histamena of Irene; A Selection of World and British Medals; Pedigreed Offa Portrait Penny; A Diverse Offering of Antiquities

 

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CNG 90 (23 May 2012), 2677 lots, including 676 Greek and 828 Roman. (CNG90) $40.

 

Further Selections from BCD Thessaly; Greek Coins from the Deyo Collection; A Signed Masterwork Tetradrachm from Syracuse; Judaean Coins from the Patrick H.C. Tan Collection; Coins of Persis from an American Collection; Roman Provincial coinage from Group CEM – Part II; The Bruce R. Brace Collection of Roman Coins; Extremely Rare Severan Dynastic Aureus; Further Offerings of the Property of Princeton Economics Acquired by Martin Armstrong; Early Dated Coinage from the Weinstein and Rye Collections; Talers from the HLT Collection; English Coinage from the Marshall Faintich and Peter Moffatt Collections; A Diverse Offering of Short Cross Coinage from the Andrew Wayne Collection; The Ian Gordon Collection of Charles I and the English Civil War; Exceptional Offering of Hiberno-Norse

 

View the virtual catalog of Part I

View the virtual catalog of Part II

 

CNG 91 (19 September 2012), 1763 lots, including 442 Greek and 504 Roman. (CNG91) $40.

 

Greek and Roman Provincial Coins from the Greenpoint Collection; Choice Akragas Tetradrachm; A Rare Chalkidian League Stater; Tenth-Known Phanes Trite; An Extensive Offering of Electrum from Asia Minor; Greek and Roman coins from a Continental Collection; Roman Provincial coinage from Group CEM; A Beautiful Aureus of Aelius Caesar; Further Early Medieval Dated Coins from the Rye Collection; Choice Gold Double Royal d’or of Philippe VI de Valois; A Selection of English and Irish Coins from the Tradewinds Collection; A High Grade Portrait Penny of Coenwulf; Further Selections of Irish Coinage from the Innisfree Collection; Duplicates from the Kisch Medal Collection Sold on Behalf of the American Numismatic Society; The Dr. John Winnie Collection of Scarabs

 

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CNG 93 (22 May 2013), 2077 lots, including 692 Greek and 553 Roman. (CNG93) $40.

 

A Rare Chalkidian League Stater; An Extremely Rare Alexander-Type Stater in the Name of Demetrios Poliorketes; Further Selections from BCD Thessaly; Kelly J. Krizan Collection, Featuring Coins of Greek and Roman Cilicia; An Oktadrachm of Antiochos III; An Extraordinary Maaseno Dinar of Huvishka; Roman Provincial Coins from Group CEM – Part IV; Further Selections from the Chiltern Collection of Roman Republican and Imperial; An Exceptional Denarius of Clodius Macer; A Dynastic Aureus of the Family of Septimius Severus; The Bramhall Collection of Byzantine Coinage; The Peter de Vries Collection of the Coins of India; A European Collection of the Coins of Venice; A Superb Penny of Aethelstan; The David Hendin Collection of Egyptian Scarabs

 

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CNG 94 (18 September 2013), 2012 lots, including 852 Greek and 388 Roman. (CNG94) $40.

 

The Daniel Koppersmith Collection of Greek Electrum and Fractions; Greek Gold Coins from the Clearwater Collection; Coins of Magna Graecia from the JMG Collection; The Roger Liles Collection of Kyzikene Silver and Bronze Coinage; Further Offerings from the Kelly J. Krizan Collection of Greek and Roman Cilicia; A Selection of Greek and Roman Coinage from the Demetrios Armounta Collection; Further Selections from the Alex Shubs Collection of Greek and Roman Coinage; Parthian Coins from the Collection of James Fox; Roman Alexandrian Coinage from the Robert M. Harlick Collection; Roman Republican Coins from the RBW Collection; the Ronald J. Hansen Collection of Roman Coinage; Byzantine Gold from the Sasha and Iconodule Collections; An Offering of Artukid Coins from the Righetti Collection; German, Italian, and Spanish Coins from the Hispanic Society of America; British Coins from the James Fox Collection

 

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CNG 96 (14 May 2014), 1459 lots, including 627 Greek and 314 Roman. (CNG96) $40.

 

A Superb Tetradrachm of Gelon I from the Star Collection; Further Selections from BCD Thessaly; Very Rare Gold Pentadrachm of Berenike II; Extremely Rare Bronze of Salome; Roman Republican & Imperial Coins of the Archer M. Huntington Collection from the Collection of the American Numismatic Society; Diverse Selection of Roman Imperial Gold; Third and Finest Known Denarius of Uranius Antoninus; High Grade Follis of the Usurper Valens; The Bramhall Collection of Roman Imperial Coinage; Gold Tremissis of Desiderius from the Sebrio Mint; Rare Carolingian Deniers of Pépin the Short and Charlemagne; World Coins from the Collection of Archer M. Huntington; Chinese Coins from the J. P. Righetti Collection; Rare 1627 Ducatone of Vincenzo II Gonzaga from Mantova

 

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CNG 97 (17 September 2014), 1055 lots, including 452 Greek and 281 Roman. (CNG97) $40.

 

A Hoard of Eastern Hacksilber; Judaean Coinage from the Patrick H.C. Tan Collection; The Trinacria Collection of Sicilian Bronze; An Exceptional Offering of Early Coins of Sidon; Very Rare Gold Pentadrachm and 2½ Drachms of Berenike II; Previously Unknown Inscribed Tetradrachm of Vādfradād II of Persis; Alexandrian Tetradrachm of Trajan Depicting Harpi – One of Three Known; Further Selections of Roman Republican from the RBW Collection; A Diverse Selection of Roman Imperial Gold; A Group of Judaea Capta Coins; Selections from the Iconodule Collection of Byzantine; The Warden Family Collection of Pictoral Islamic Coinage; An Attractive Group of Proclamation Medals

 

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CNG 99 (13 May 2015), 1318 lots, including 425 Greek and 332 Roman. (CNG99) $40.

 

Greek coins from the Collection of Alexandre Carathéodory Pasha; Very Rare Starr Group IV Didrachm of Athens; A Prototype Gold Stater of Kroisos; An Offering of Previously Unknown Staters of Phaselis; Extremely Rare ‘Horned Horse’ Type Tetradrachm of Antiochos I from Khanoum; A Selection of Rare Arabian Coins; Very Rare Antioch Tetradrachm of Tiberius and Divus Augustus; An Important Offering of Tetradrachms of Aelia Capitolina; An Exceptional Social War Denarius from the Marsic Confederation; A Diverse Selection of Roman Imperial Gold; Third Known Severus II Aureus from Alexandria; Byzantine Coins from the Collection of Prue Morgan Fitts; Axumite Coins from the Joan Wilde Collection; French Feudal Coins from the Joffre Collection; The Gobrecht 1836 Proof AR Dollar from the Korein Collection; ‘Clasped Hands’ Type Gold Thrymsa – One of Four Known

 

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CNG 100 [Including the Dr. Lawrence A. Adams Collection, Part I] (7 October 2015), 2376 lots in two volumes, including 551 Greek and 317 Roman. (CNG100) $75 (for shipment to customers in North America); $100 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Greek Coinage from the Friend of a Scholar Collection; Pedigreed Amphiktionic Stater; Kroisos Prototype Gold Stater; Further Offerings of Greek and Roman Coins from the R.H. Collection; Superb Skando-Komaro and Bizago Dinar of Huvishka; Coins of Roman Alexandria from the Syracuse Collection; Roman Coins from the Olav E. Klingenberg Collection; Sextus Pompey Aureus; Pedigreed Eid Mar Denarius; Lustrous First Issue Aureus of Commodus as Caesar; Rare Tres Monetae Medallion of Galerius; Further Selections of Byzantine Coins from the Prue Morgan Fitts Collection; Extremely Rare Artavasdus Accession Solidus; Exceptional Philippe VI Parisis d’or from the Gariel Collection; Lovely Anlaf Guthfrithsson Penny

 

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CNG 102 (18 May 2016), 1578 lots, including 708 Greek and 406 Roman. (CNG102) $50 (for shipment to customers in North America); $75 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Coins from the Estate of Thomas Bentley Cederlind; Greek and Roman Coins from the J. Eric Engstrom Collection; Greek coins from the Collection of Allan Smith, M.D.; Extremely Rare Borysthenes Electrum; Large Selections of Electrum from Kyzikos, Mytilene, and Phokaia; Unique Silver Stater of Ura in Cilicia; Baktrian Gold Staters of Eukratides I and Menander I; Extremely Rare Ahuramazda Gold Stater of Huvishka; “Zodiac Wheel” Drachm of Antoninus Pius; Rare Ludi Apollinares Denarius; A Diverse Selection of Roman Imperial Gold; Extremely Rare Siege of Jerusalem Follis; Anglo-Saxon Imitations from Denmark and Scandinavia; Extremely Rare Fatehpur Mint Zodiac Mohur; Gobrecht Dollar from the Korein Collection; The Dr. Andrew Wayne Collection of Anglo-Saxon Coins – Part II

 

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CNG 103 (14 September 2016), 1295 lots, including 468 Greek and 347 Roman. (CNG103) $50 (for shipment to customers in North America); $75 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Coins and Antiquities from the Estate of Thomas Bentley Cederlind; Further Selections from the M.A. Armstrong Collection; Greek and Roman Coins from the Dr. Lawrence D. Sporty Collection; An Extensive Offering of Tarentine Coinage; A Unique Gold Oktadrachm of Seleukid King Antiochos III; Sasanian Coins from the Grzesiak and Highland Collections; The Korwin Collection of Roman Coinage; Further Selections of Roman Coins from the RBW Collection; A Run of Flavian “Judaea Capta” Commemoratives; An Attractive Pertinax Aureus; Important Early Lombardic Gold; Exquisite 19th Century Collection of Napoleonic Medals in Hand-Crafted Case; An Impressive Selection of Scottish Coinage; A Spectacular Battle of Lowestoft Gold Medal of Charles II; Antiquities from the Petite Museum of Hadji Baba; Pamphill Hoard of Mid-Late Third Century Coinage

 

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CNG 105 (10 May 2017), 1246 lots, including 527 Greek and 457 Roman. (CNG105) $50 (for shipment to customers in North America); $75 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Greek and Roman Coins from the Collection of a Director; Exceptional Wappenmünzen Scarab Beetle Didrachm; Delphi Tridrachm from the Ghazzat Hoard; Selections from the J. Cohen Collection of Coins of the Peloponnesos; A Large Selection of Electrum Coins from Kyzikos, Mytilene, and Phokaia; Extremely Rare Drachm of Obodas I of Nabataea; Parthian Coins from the Nisa Collection; Exceoptional Group of Kushan Bilinguual Double Dinars; Roman Coins from the Douglas O. Rosenberg Collection; Substantial Offering of Roman Alexandria from the Hermanubis Collection; Further Roman Coins from the Archer M. Huntington Collection; Republican and Imperial Coins from the Estate of Dr. Robert B. Beckett, Jr; Diverse Selection of Roman Gold, including Aurei of Nero Claudius Drusus and Pertinax; Extremely Tate Solidus from the Revolt of the Heraclii; Further Selections of World Coins from the J. Eric Engstrom Collection; Extremely Rare Fatehpur Mint Zodiac Mohur

 

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PUBLIC SALES (cardbound version)

 

Berk/England

 

Berk/England (7 December 1989), 368 lots of Byzantine coins.  (B/E Card) $10.

 

Triton

 

Triton I (2-3 December 1997). Conducted by Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.,      Freeman & Sear and Numismatica Ars Classica. 2407 lots, including 750 Greek and 998 Roman. (Triton 1) $20.

 

Goodman Collection of Roman Republican, Part II.

 

Triton II (1-2 December 1998). Conducted by Classical Numismatic Group, Inc.,    Freeman & Sear, and Numismatica Ars Classica. 1408 lots, including 659 Greek and 442 Roman. (Triton 2) $25.

 

Greek Coin Collection of Orme Lewis Sr. (Phoenix Art Museum); Walkhoff-Jordan Collection of Baktrian; John Jordan Collection of British.

 

Triton III (30 November  – 1 December 1999). Conducted by Classical Numismatic Group, Inc., Freeman & Sear, and Numismatica Ars Classica. 1842 lots, including 805 Greek and 477 Roman. (Triton 3) $25.

 

Phil DeVicci Collection, part II; Collection of Marian A. Sinton, part I; Cornelius C. Vermeule III Collection of Roman (Benefit of Boston Museum of Fine Arts); Roman Republican and Imperatorial Gold.

 

Triton IV (5 December 2000). Sessions 1 & 2. Conducted by Classical Numismatic Group, Inc., Freeman & Sear, and Numismatica Ars Classica. 1151 lots, including 384 Greek and 369 Roman. (Triton 4A) $25.

 

DeVicci Collection, part IV; Edward A. Lotz Collection of Multiple Thalers; Dr. William H. Allen Collection of Norman English.

 

Triton V (15 January 2002). Session 1. 600 lots. (Triton 5A) $25.

 

David Freedman Collection of Greek Bronzes.

 

Triton V (15-16 January 2002). Session 2-4, 1573 lots, including 790 Greek and 450 Roman. (Triton 5B) $25.

 

William Rudman Collection of Greek; Robert Schonwalter Collection of Greek & Roman; David Simpson Collection of Roman Provincial; Jürgen Schmidt Collection of Roman & Byzantine; George His Collection of Gordian III, part I

 

Triton V (15-16 January 2002). Session 1-4. 2173 lots. (Triton 5) $40.

 

Triton VI (14-15 January 2003). 1771 lots, including 605 Greek and 580 Roman. (Triton 6) $40.

 

An American Collection of Important Electrum; Roman Egyptian Drachms from a North American Collection; The Tony Hardy Collection of Roman Republican, part II; “TheMuses”, collection of an American lady; Marc Melcher Collection of Severan, part II; Coins of Gordian III from the George His Collection; Selections from the William H. Williams collection of Roman gold; The William Conte collection of Anglo-Saxon, part III

 

Triton VII (13-14 January 2004). 1465 lots, including 818 Greek and 250 Roman. (Triton 7) $40.

 

The James A. Ferrendelli Collection of Gold Coins of Magna Graecia, Cilician Silver Coins from SNG Levante, The Bellaria Collection of Parthian, Sasanian and Related Kingdoms, Twenty bronzes of Antinoüs, An Extensive Collection of Coins of Hadrian in all Metals, Byzantine Rarities from the Glen Woods and Chris Connell Collections, and a Significant Offering of Saxon Coins from the Garrett Collection

 

Full color catalogs

 

Triton VIII (11-12 January 2005). 2,211 lots, including 811 Greek and 477 Roman. (Triton 8) $40.

 

Important Macedonian Coins from the William & Louise Fielder Collection, Greek Coins from the Ronald Cohen Collection, Greek and Roman Coins from the Tony Hardy Collection, An Important Selection of Baktrian Coins from the Fielder Collection and others, Greek and Roman Provincial Coins from the Garth Drewry Collection, The David Dowdy Collection of Antinoüs Bronzes, The Claude Collection of Roman Republican Silver Coins, the Michael Weller Collection of Roman Bronze Coins, The Malcolm Heckman Collection of Late Roman and Byzantine Bronze Coins, The Schownwalter Collection of German Bracteates, and Multiple lots, including from Several Collections Including Duplicates from the BCD Collection

 

Triton IX (10 January 2006). Session 1. 630 lots. The best of the BCD collection of the coins of Boeotia. A must for the reference library. (Triton 9A) $25.

 

BCD Boiotia            

 

Triton IX (10 January 2006). Sessions 2-4. 1899 lots, including 1251 Greek and 362 Roman. (Triton 9B) $25.

 

Celtic from the Collection of T. R. Gurr, British Celtic Gold from the Dr. Thomas R. Dailey Collection, Greek Silver from the John F. Sullivan Collection, Macedonian Regal Coins from the Robert Weimer Collection, Roman Imperial from the Doug Rosenberg Collection, The Mehrabi Collection of Mughal Gold, A Highly Important Collection of Russian, 49 Yefimoks from the Fuchs Collection, 35 Platinum Pieces from a North American Collection, Hammered British Gold from the Andrew Wayne Collection              

 

Triton IX (10-11 January 2006). 2,529 lots in two catalogs. (Triton 9) $40.

 

Triton X (9-10 January 2007). 1709 lots, including 505 Greek and 320 Roman. (Triton 10) $40.

 

The Facing Head on Greek Coins from the Collection of Dave Herman, Further Selections from BCD Boiotia, a Dekadrachm of Athens, Gold Double Dinars of Vima Kadphises, A Collection Klippes, Medieval Gothic Coins from a California Collection, Numerous Multiple Talers, A Collection "La Serenissima Republicca de Genova, an American Collection of Russian, Choice Milled British.

 

Triton XI (8-9 January 2008). 1817 lots, including 575 Greek and 480 Roman. (Triton 11) $40

 

The W.B. and R.E. Montgomery Collection of Classical Greek Coins; Greek Coins from Collection C.G.; A Masterpiece by Kimon - Facing-Head Signed Tetradrachm; Judaean Coins from the Gen. Moshe Dayan Collection; Unique Kushan Gold Coronation Double Dinar; Roman Provincial from the Collection of Ambassador Patrick Villemur; Labors of Hercules from the Collection of James E. Cain; Further Selections from the J.S. Wagner Collection; The Richard Prideaux Collection of Augustus - Part One; A North American Collection of Roman Gold; Two Important Byzantine Dies from the O’Reilly Collection; Robert E. Hecht Collection of Byzantine Seals - Part One; A Collection of Klippes from Two American Collections; An American Collection of Select Roubles and Poltinas Formed over Twenty-Five Years; A Select Group of British Exceptional Type Set of the Pennies of Willian I & II; The W.B. and R.E. Montgomery Collection of English Coins               

 

Triton XII (6-7 January 2009). 1373 lots, including 461 Greek and 335 Roman. (Triton 12) $40

 

Impressive Selection of Sicilian Tetradrachms; Lovely Classical Naxos Tetradrachm; Extraordinary Lipara Hemilitron; Paeonian Hoard Alexander III Distater; Pyrrhos Tetradrachm – A Hellenistic Masterpiece; Kos Diskobolos; Exceptional Facing Head Pixodaros Tetradrachm; Rare Baktrian Tetradrachms; Buddha Stater of Kanishka I; Remarkable Selection of Kushan Gold; First Portrait Aureus of Julius Caesar; Finest Known Brutus Portrait in Gold; the Hunt Colosseum Sestertius; Fifth Known Annia Faustina Denarius; Procopius Solidus; The Bell Collection of Imitative Venetian Ducats; Extremely Rare Nicolo Contarini Zecchino; Outstanding Russian Rarities; Several British Standard Catalogue Plate Coins

 

 

Triton XIII (5-6 January 2010). 3109 total lots in four sessions, including 1016 Greek and 310 Roman. (Triton 13) $40

 

The Todd A. Ballen Collection of Parthian and Related Coinage; Tetradrachms of Lysimachos; Diverse Offering of Boeotian Coinage; Attractive New Style Tetradrachms of Athens; Early Electrum from Kyzikos; Ptolemaic Gold Coins; The A.K. Collection of Roman Provincial Coinage; Bronze Coin of Nepotian; Large Offering of Byzantine Gold Coins; Rare Byzantine Bronze from Italy and Sicily; Leonard O. Greenfield Collection of Medieval Europe; Rio das Mortes  Gold Ingot from the King Farouk Collection; Very Rare Demi-Louis d'Or; Rama and Siya Rupee of Jalal al-Din Muhammad Akbar; Select Renaissance Testoni; Very Rare Ten Zecchini of Alvise II Mocenigo; Scottish Gold Coins

 

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View the virtual catalog of Sessions 3 & 4

 

Triton XIV (4-5 January 2011). 1844 total lots in four sessions, including 440 Greek and 328 Roman. (Triton 14) $50 (for shipment to customers in North America); $75 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Two Rare Tarentum Gold Staters from the Time of Pyrrhus; An Exceptionally Artistic Terina Stater; Amphipolis Tetradrachm from the Parthenon Group; Athenian Dekadrachm; New Series of Early Ionian Electrum; Three Marmaris Hoard Tetradrachms from Rhodes; Ptolemaic Gold Coins; Superb Eukratides Gold Stater; William B. Warden, Jr. Collection of Sasanian Coinage; Further Selections from the A.K. Collection of Roman Provincial Coinage; Roman Gold Coins; A Substantial Offering of Early Byzantine Gold; Duplicates from the Collection of the American Numismatic Society; The Patrick H.C. Tan Collections of Important Chinese and Spanish Colonial Coins; The HLT Collection of Talers

 

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Triton XV, Sessions 3 and 4 (4 January 2012). 980 total lots in two sessions, including 343 Greek and 197 Roman. (Triton 15) $50 (for shipment to customers in North America); $75 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

An Exceptional Collection of Fractions from Sicilian Naxos; An Unpublished Chalkidian League Gold Stater; Athens Dekadrachm; Extremely Rare Prototype Gold Stater of Kroisos; Important Baktrian Rarities in Gold and Silver; Second Known Gold Half Stater from Pushkalavati; An Exceptional Port of Ostia Sestertius of Nero; One of the Finest Known Roman Contorniates; Second Known Gold Two Solidi Seal of Nicephorus III; The Weinstein Collection of Early Dated Coinage (Part I); A Collection of Spanish and Spanish American Coinage; The Faintich Collection of English Hammered Coinage

 

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Triton XVI (8-9 January 2013). 1730 total lots in four sessions, including 650 Greek and 555 Roman. (Triton 16) $50 (for shipment to customers in North America); $75 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

The Chiltern and RCM Collections of Ancient Coinage; The Alex Shubs Collection of Coinage of the Western Black Sea Region; A Demareteion Tetradrachm and Six Dekadrachms of Syracuse; A ‘PorusDekadrachm of Alexander the Great from the Hunt Collection; Further Selections from the BCD Collection of the Coins of Thessaly; A Stater of the Seleukid Usurper Andragoras; The Goldman Collection of Roman Imperatorial Coinage; The Rarest Gold Issue of Vespasian’s Judaea Capta Coinage; Medallion of Severus Alexander – Conversion of the Elagabalium; Silver Medallion of Constantine I from the Feirstein Collection; Very Rare Artavasdus Gold Nomisma; An Extremely Rare Gold Maravedi of Alfonso IX; A Gold Unite of Charles I from the Ryan Collection; One of the Finest Proof Pattern Gold Broads of Oliver Cromwell

 

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Triton XVII (7-8 January 2014). 1658 total lots in four sessions, including 450 Greek and 329 Roman. (Triton 17) $50 (for shipment to customers in North America); $75 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Greek and Roman Coins from Important Collections; Roman Republican Coins from the Archer M. Huntington Collection from the Collection of the American Numismatic Society; A Large Selection of Roman Aurei, featuring the finest known Probus & Sol Aureus from Siscia; Coinage of Salzburg from the Sunflower Collection, Money Museum, Zurich; Italian Coins from the Archer M. Huntington Collection from the Hispanic Society of America; British Medals from the Johnathan H. Kagan Collection

 

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Triton XVIII (6-7 January 2015). 1932 total lots in four sessions, including 847 Greek and 411 Roman. (Triton 18) $50 (for shipment to customers in North America); $75 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Selections from Numismatic Art of Persia: The Sunrise Collection; Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Coins from the MoneyMuseum, Zürich; Select Pieces from the Jonathan K. Kern Collection; Greek Coins from the RH Collection and the Collection of a Southern Pathologist; Selections of Greek and Roman Provincial Coins from the Edoardo Levante Collection; Further offerings of Greek and Roman Republican from the RAJ Collection; Greek and British Coins from the Patrick H. James Collection; Further Offering from the RBW Collection of Roman Republican Coinage; Selections from the D. Fagan Collection of Roman Republican and Imperial Coinage; Roman Imperial Coins from the Royal Ontarion Museum, Toronto; The RAM Collection of Roman Imperial Bronzes; Selections from the Joseph R. Lasser Collection of Carolingian, World, and British Coinage Sold on Behalf of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; Anglo-Gallic Coinage from the Michael Joffre Collection

 

View the virtual catalog of Sessions 1 & 2

View the virtual catalog of Sessions 3 & 4

 

Triton XIX [Including the Dr. Lawrence A. Adams Collection, Part III] (5-6 January 2016). 1794 total lots in four sessions, including 467 Greek and 119 Roman. (Triton 19) $100 (for shipment to customers in North America); $125 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

An Exceptional Offering of Greek Coinage, Including Pieces from the Collections of Brand, Desneux, Gillet, Jameson, Löbbecke, Lockett, Moretti, Sartiges, Trampitsch, & Woodward; Facing Head Syracuse Tetradrachm of Kimon; The Ghazzat Hoard of Archaic Greek Coinage; Important Judaean Coins from the David Hendin Collection; Greek and Roman Coins from the J. Eric Engstrom Collection; Brutus Portrait Aureus and Eid Mar Denarius; Roman Coins from the V. Robert Chiodo Collection; An Impressive Selection of Roman Aurei and Solidi; Very Rare Delmatius Solidus from Jameson and von Schulthess-Rechberg; Iconic AH 77 Umayyad Gold Dinar; Extremely Rare Chinese Gold 1949 Memento Dollar; The Dr. Andrew Wayne Collection of Anglo-Saxon Coins – Part One; Choice Charles I Rawlins Pound Pedigreed to the 17th Century

 

View the virtual catalog of Sessions 1 & 2

View the virtual catalog of Sessions 3 & 4 (Adams Collection)

 

Triton XX (10-11 January 2017). 1696 total lots in four sessions, including 432 Greek and 498 Roman. (Triton 20) $75 (for shipment to customers in North America); $100 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Diverse Selections from the Kallman and Dr. Patrick H.C. Tan Collections; Greek Coins from the Collection of a Northern California Gentleman; Athens Dekadrachm; A Significant Offering of Electrum from Kyzikos; Finest Known Year 1 Prototype Shekel of the First Jewish War; Greek and Roman Coins from the Collection of a Director; Extremely Rare Republican A. Manlius Aureus Honoring Sulla; Further Selections of Roman Coins from the Archer M. Huntington Collection; An Exceptional Selection of Roman Gold from the Continental Collection; The Goldman Collection of Early Byzantine Coinage; Iconic AH 77 Umayyad Dinar; World and British Coins from the J. Eric Engstrom Collection; Impressive Polish 10 Dukaty of Jan II Kazimierz; The Princeps Collection of Transylvanian Coinage; The Dr. Andrew Wayne Collection of Anglo-Saxon, Part 3; Two Pennies of Eric Bloodaxe; Complete Type Set of the Pennies of William I and II

 

View the virtual catalog of Sessions 1 & 2

View the virtual catalog of Sessions 3 & 4

 

PUBLIC SALES (hardbound version)

 

Berk/England

 

Berk/England (7 December 1989). (B/E Hard) $15.

 

Triton

 

Triton I (2-3 December 1997). (Triton 1 Hard) $50

 

Triton II (1-2 December 1998). (Triton 2 Hard) $50

 

Triton III (30 November-1 December 1999). (Triton 3 Hard) $50

 

Triton IV (5 December 2000). Sessions 1 & 2. (Triton 4A Hard) $50

 

Triton IV (6 December 2000). Sessions 3 & 4. (Triton 4B Hard) $50

 

Triton IV (5-6 December 2000). Sessions 1-4. (Triton 4 Hard) $100

 

Triton V (15 January 2002). Session 1 (Triton 5A Hard) $50

 

Triton V (15-16 January 2002). Session 2-4. (Triton 5B Hard) $50

 

Triton V (15-16 January 2002). Session 1-4. (Triton 5 Hard) $100

 

Triton VI (14-15 January 2003). (Triton 6 Hard) $50

 

Triton VII (13-14 January 2004). (Triton 7 Hard) $50

 

Triton VIII (11-12 January 2005). (Triton 8 Hard) $50

 

Triton IX (10-11 January 2006). (Triton 9 Hard) $100

 

Triton X (9-10 January 2007). (Triton 10 Hard) $50

 

Triton XI (8-9 January 2008). (Triton 11 Hard) $50

 

Triton XII (6-7 January 2009). (Triton 12 Hard) $50

 

Triton XIII (5-6 January 2010). (Triton 13 Hard) $50

 

Triton XIV (4-5 January 2011). (Triton 14 Hard) $75 (for shipment to customers in North America); $100 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Triton XV, Sessions 3 and 4 (3-4 January 2012). (Triton 15 Hard) $75 (for shipment to customers in North America); $100 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Triton XVI (8-9 January 2013). (Triton 16 Hard) $75 (for shipment to customers in North America); $100 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Triton XVII (7-8 January 2014). (Triton 17 Hard) $75 (for shipment to customers in North America); $100 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Triton XVIII (6-7 January 2015). (Triton 18 Hard) $75 (for shipment to customers in North America); $100 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Triton XIX (5-6 January 2016). (Triton 19 Hard) $125 (for shipment to customers in North America); $150 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

Triton XX (10-11 January 2017). (Triton 20 Hard) $100 (for shipment to customers in North America); $125 (for shipment to customers outside North America)

 

 

NUMISMATIC FINE ARTS, INC.

 

 

In 1999, Classical Numismatic Group, Inc., in conjunction with Freeman & Sear acquired the remaining assets of Numismatic Fine Arts of Beverly Hills, California. With this acquisition we acquired the remaining stock of NFA auction catalogs. If you need to fill in holes in your library, this is the time, since certain numbers are now out of stock. Many of these catalogs are available as either card or hardbound copies.

 

[I] (March 20-21, 1975), 467 lots. Cardbound. (NFA1) $15

 

Ancient Coins from Santa Barbara Museum of Art

 

VIII (June 6, 1980), 406 lots.  Cardbound. (NFA8) $15

 

Greek Coins from Boston Museum Fine Arts

 

X (September 17-18, 1981), 508 lots. Cardbound. (NFA10) $15

 

X (September 17-18, 1981), 508 lots. Hardbound. (NFA10H) $25

 

Winter Mail Bid Sale (15 January 1982), 465 lots of coins and 40 lots of antiquities. Cardbound. (NFA82MBS) $10

 

XII (23-24 March 1983), 522 lots. Cardbound. (NFA12) $15

 

Important Roman Bronzes

 

The Garrett Collection, part III [Joint sale with Bank Leu AG] (29 March 1985). 1556 lots, including Ancient and World Coins, and Medals. (GAR3) $10

 

XVIII (31 March 1987), Part II, 491 lots, including important Byzantine coins. (NFA18B) $15.

 

XVIII (31 March 1987), Parts 1 & II, 993 lots, including the Houghton Collection of Seleucid Kings. Hardbound. (NFA18H) $40

 

Winter Mail Bid Sale (18 December 1987), 1030 lots. Cardbound. (NFA87MBS) $15

 

Selections from the Jonathan P. Rosen Collection

 

XX (9-10 March 1988), 829 lots. Hardbound. (NFA20) $25

 

XXII (1 June 1989), 381 lots. (NFA22) $15

 

Important Roman Gold

 

XXII (1 June 1989), 381 lots. Hardbound. (NFA22H) $25

 

Important Roman Gold

 

Winter Mail Bid Sale (14 December 1989), 1385 lots. (NFA89MBS) $15

 

XXVI (14 August 1991), 387 lots. (NFA26) $15

 

XXX (8 December 1992), 320 lots. Hardbound. (NFA30H) $25

 

XXXIII (3 May 1994), 2388 lots. (NFA33) $10

 

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

 

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Please order by inventory number, also give the author and title. Books temporarily out of stock will be placed on back order and shipped when available unless you request otherwise.  Books are not sent on approval and not subject to return.

 

All items are priced in $ US. Book prices are subject to change without notice.

 

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