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Very Fine Kingdom Of Nabataea, Aretas Iv, Biblical Paul Escapes King Aratas

Very Fine  Kingdom Of Nabataea, Aretas Iv, Biblical Paul Escapes King Aratas

Very Fine Kingdom Of Nabataea, Aretas Iv, Biblical Paul Escapes King Aratas is available for sale on eBay at $1.00 (subject to changes) for a limited time. Buy it now at low price.

Most Nabatean coins are not this fine on the obverse:Kingdom of Nabataea, Aretas IV 14 mm, 1.37 grams. 9 BC - 40 AD. Laureate head right / crossed cornucopias each with a pomegranate, ear of grain & bunch
of grapes, Aramaic letter "he" (Aretas' initial) between.
Biblical Reference The God and Father of the Lord Jesus, He who is blessed forever, knows that I am not lying. In Damascus the ethnarch under Aretas the king was guarding the city of the Damascenes in order to seize me, and I was let down in a basket through a window in the wall, and so escaped his hands.

 

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Corinth Silver Stater Pegasus And Athena Behind Chimera Very Rare Greek Coin

Corinth Silver Stater Pegasus And  Athena Behind Chimera Very Rare Greek Coin

Corinth Silver Stater Pegasus And Athena Behind Chimera Very Rare Greek Coin is available for sale on eBay at $3200.00 (subject to changes) for a limited time. Buy it now at low price.

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Corinth AR Stater, c. 300 BC

Corinth, Corinthia. AR Stater (21-22 mm, 8.27 g), c. 300 BC.

Obv. Pegasos flying left, Ϙ below.

Rev. Head of Athena left, wearing laureate Corinthian helmet; behind chimera 

left; below, A-P.

Ravel 1011; Calciati 429.

Provided with certificate of authenticity.

This is a very rare silver stater with chimera. Also the condition is top quality. Similar have sold for over 2k/

Good luck everyone.

Coin much better than the photos because of amateur camera.

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The Corinth mint was active throughout the 5th and 4th  Centuries, except for for periods during the Peloponnesian War, when her hostile  attitude toward Athens may have restricted her supply of silver bullion. The  output of staters and drachms increased dramatically in the second half of the  4th Century, probably in connection with Timoleon's successful intervention in  Sicilian affairs, commencing 344  B.C. Corinth was occupied by the forces  of Ptolemy I of Egypt from 308-306 B.C., and her silver coinage ceased soon  after. She joined the Achaean League in the 3rd Century, but later opposed Rome  and was utterly destroyed by the consul L. Mummius in 146 B.C.

Corinth, or Korinth (Greek: Κόρινθος, Kórinthos) was a city-state  (polis) on the Isthmus of Corinth, the narrow stretch of land that joins the Peloponnesus to the mainland of Greece, roughly halfway betweenAthens and Sparta. The modern town of Corinth lies  adjacent to the ancient ruins..

Rare Ancient Coin Greek, Copper General Eudemus Conquests /alexander The Great

Rare Ancient Coin Greek, Copper General Eudemus Conquests /alexander The Great

Rare Ancient Coin Greek, Copper General Eudemus Conquests /alexander The Great is available for sale on eBay at $149.00 (subject to changes) for a limited time. Buy it now at low price.

             


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GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC WITH A 100% SATISFACTION, 14 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. FREE PRIORITY MAIL SHIPPING ~ AND SHIPPED NEXT DAY ~ ..................................Please visit my My Stores Logo and Check out my other items! NUMISMATIC CERTIFIED  CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY INCLUDED. NOTE: COA IN PICTURES IS JUST AN EXAMPLE.YOUR COA WILL HAVE THIS COINS DETAILS AND PICTURES.HISTORY OF EUDEMUS, DETAILS ABOUT COIN AND MAPSOF THE CAMPAIGN IN THIS AREAARE INCLUDED AS WELL. ALL IN CLEAR SLEVESREADY FOR DISPLAY IN YOUR 3 RING BINDER.
    THIS IS A VERY RARE COLLECTORS COIN!  OBV:  GENERAL EUDEMUS IN BATTLE HELMENTWITHREV:  ADVANCING SOLDIER IN HELMENT ON HORSEBACK WITH SPEARSCRIPT BELOW.     THIS IS
A VERY RARE, LIMITED ISSUE GREEK COPPER COIN OF THE FAMOUS GENERAL EUDEMUS.FROM THE CONQUESTS OF 'ALEXANDER THE GREAT'FOR THE GREEK EMPIRE. OBV: GENERAL EUDEMUS IN GENERALS STYLE BATTLE HELMENT. REV: ADVANCING SOLDIER IN HELMENT ON HORSEBACK WITH SPEAR AND SCRIPT BELOWHISTORY:GENERAL EUDEMUS:EUDEMUS WAS ONE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT'SGENERALS, WHO WAS APPOINTED BY ALEXANDER TO THE COMMAND OF THE TROOPS LEFT IN INDIA, AFTER THE MURDER OF THE ALEXANDER APPOINTED SATRAP PHILIP (SON OF MACHATAS) BY HIS OWN MERCENARY TROOPS IN 326 BCE."ALEXANDER DISPACHED LETTERS TO INDIA TO EUDEMUS AND TAXILAS TELING THEM TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE DISTRICT FORMALLY UNDER PHILIP, UNTILL HE HIMSELF SENT A SATRAP TO GOVERN IT"(ARRIAN, ANABASIS OF ALEXANDER, VI.27.2)AFTER ALEXANDERS DEATH IN 323 BC EUDEMUS MADE HIMSELF MASTER OF THE TERRITORIES OF THE INDIAN KING PORUS, AND TREACHEROUSLY PUT THAT MONARCH TO DEATH. BY THIS MEANS HE BECAME VERY POWERFUL. HE TOPPLED TAXILES IN 321 BC AND GAINED CONTROL OF THE SILVER MINES AND THE MINT ALEXANDER HAD BASED IN THAT CITY.NOTE: I WILL INCLUDE THIS AND MORE HISTORY ABOUT EUDEMUS AND MAPS OF THIS AREA WITH YOUR COIN AND COATHE COA IN 'PICTURES' IS JUST AN EXAMPLE. YOUR COA WILL HAVE THE DETAILS OF YOUR COIN WITH PICTURESOBV. AND REV.
 
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN
A BEAUTIFUL VERY RARE,
VERY LIMITED ISSUE GREEK
 UNIQUE COPPER COIN FROM THE
CONQUESTS OF
'ALEXANDER THE GREATSSOUTHEASTERN ASIA / INDO GREEKCAMPAIGN.
A THICK COIN. 24MM AND 10 GRAMS 
THIS UNIQUE, LIMITED ISSUE COIN IS IN FINE CONDITION WITH CLEAR DETAIL AND SHOWS THE OLDER, ANCIENT MINTING STYLE.NOTICE THE IRRIGULAL SHAPE OF THESE COINS. NO TWO ARE EVER THE SAME. THIS IS EXAMPLE #2 LISTED FROM MY PERSONAL COIN COLLECTION.TO SEE THE DIFFERENCE TO COMPARE CLICK ON BLUE OF my other items!   IT IS ONE OF THE ORIGIONAL COPPER
  ISSUES OF THIS HISTORICAL COIN.2,300+ YEARS OLD. SOME NOTES ABOUT THIS COIN:ALTHOUGH I AM A CERTIFIED NUMISMATIST, THIS IS SUCH A RARE LIMITED ISSUE OF THIS COIN I DID SOME EXTENSIVE RESEARCH ON IT AND ITS ORIGIONS TO GUARANTEE AUTHENTICITY. I ALSO HAD IT LOOKED AT BY ANOTHER NUMISMATIST WHO SPECIALIZES IN COINS FROM THIS ERA.> OUR FINDINGS:- THIS COIN WAS ONLY MINTED FOR A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME DURING THE INDO-ASIAN CAMPAIGN OF THE CONQUESTS OF 'ALEXANDER THE GREAT'(AREA SEEN IN THE MAPS WITH PICTURES)AVERAGE DATE 300+ B.C.E.- IT WAS MINTED FROM COPPER FOR CIRCULATION WITH THE GENERAL POPULATION DURING THE CONQUESTS. ALTHOUGH ALEXANDER HAD PLENTY OF GOLD AND SILVER COINAGE AND PLUNDER, COPPER WAS USED TO BE MORE ACCESSABLE TO THE POORER RESIDENTS OF THE CONQUERED AREAS NOW UNDER GREEK RULE. GENERAL EUDEMUS RULING OVER A VAST AREA. THIS COIN SHOWS THE GREEK PRESENCE AND THE NATURE OF THE NEW GREEK RULED AREA BY EUDEMUS. ALEXANDER WAS AS MUCH A DIPLOMAT AS A WARRIOR.- CONCERNS ABOUT COPYS OR REPRODUCTIONS.THIS IS NOT A COIN THAT WOULD GENERALLY BE REPRODUCED OR COPIED. IT IS NOT WORTH THE EXPENCE OF MAKING THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT TO MAKE REPRODUCTIONS OR COPYS. THEY WOULD BE EASILY IDENTIFIED. FOR EXAMPLE THEY WOULD ALL LOOK THE SAME AND GENERALLY WOULD BE IDENTICAL BEING MADE FROM A MOLD OR PRESS. I HAVE SEVERAL OF THESE COINS, (ATHENA/OWL IS LISTED) ALSO GENERAL EUDEMUS AND EACH IS A DIFFERENT WEIGHT AND SHAPE. AS YOU CAN SEE THIS COIN IS UNIQUE IN SHAPE AND WEIGHT AND IS NOT WHAT LOOKS TO BE A COPY. A UNIQUE FEATURE IS OBVIOUS HAMMER MARKS AROUND THE RIM. THIS WAS DONE AFTER THE ANCIENT MINTING PROCESS IN AN ATTEMPT TO ROUND IT OUT. THIS IS ANOTHER INDICATION WE INSPECTED THAT INDICATES AUTHENTICITY. THE COIN OBVIOUSLY LOOKS AUTHENTIC BUT THE MOST COMPELLING WAS THE COPPER.....  PURITY; COPPER SMELTING METHODS. 2,300+ YEARS AGO. COPPER COULD NOT BE MADE AS THE COPPER IS TODAY. THE COPPER OF THIS COIN CAN BE DATED AS COPPER FROM ANCIENT TIMES.- WITH THE RESEARCH DONE AND ALL THESE INDICATORS WE BOTH AGREE THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC COIN AS DESCRIBED ABOVE SO WE FEEL YOU CAN BE ASSURED OF ITS AUTHENTICITY AS WELL.I THOUGHT I WOULD INCLUDE OUR FINDINGS SINCE THIS IS SUCH A UNIQUE AND RARE LMITED ISSUE GREEK COIN.  
EXTREMEY RARE INDO-GREEK COPPER COIN.
A++ INVESTMENT GREEK COIN!
 
FROM THE GREEK
CONQUESTS OF
ALEXANDER THE GREATINDO/SOUTHEAST ASIAN CAMPAIGN.
 
OBV:  PICTURED ON THIS
INDO-GREEK COIN
 IS THE
 GREEK OVERLORD
 GENERAL EUDEMUS PICTURED IN BATTLE HELMENT.
 ONE OF THE FIRST RULERS 
OF THE GREEK EMPIRE HELD AREAS AT THAT TIME. AN AGRESSIVE GENERAL OF
ALEXANDER THE GREATS ARMY.
 THIS IS ONE OF THE FIRST COINS MINTED.REV: ADVANCING SOLDIER ON HORSEBACK WITH SPEAR.SCRIPT BELOW. 
(PLEASE SEE THE MAP I INCLUDED IN THE PICTURES FOR LOCATION OF THIS AREA OF ALEXNDERS CONQUESTS )
 
MINTED AT THE THE TAXILA MINT
 WITH BILINGUAL LEGENDAND GREEK SCRIPT
 
( SEE HISTORY BELOW.)
 
ANCIENT
  COPPER
 INDO-GREEK
OR GRAECO-INDIAN KINGDOM COIN
 
BACKGROUND:
PRELIMINARY GREEK PRESENCE IN SOUTH ASIA:
 
1N 328 B.CE., ALEXANDER THE GREAT CONTINUED HIS CAMPAIGN EASTWARD AND CONQUERED THE NORTHWESTERN PART OF THE INDIAN SUBCONTINENT AS FAR AS THE HYPASIS RIVER, AND ESTABLISHED SATRAPIES AND FOUNDED SEVERAL SETTLEMANTS, INCLUDING BUCEPHALA; HE TURNED SOUTH WHEN HIS TROOPS REFUSED TO GO FURTHER EAST.
THE INDIAN SATRAPIES OF THE PUNJAB WERE LEFT TO THE RULE OF PORUS AND TAXILES, WHO WERE CONFIRMED AGAIN AT THE TREATY OF TRIPARADISUS IN 321 BC, AND THE REMAINING GREEK TROOPS IN THE SATRAPIES WERE LEFT UNDER THE COMMAND OF GENERAL EUDEMUS. HE MINTED COPPER COINS, HOWEVER AFTER 321 BC EUDEMUS TOPPLED TAXILES, HE GAINED CONTROL OF THE SILVER MINES AT THIS TIME AND MINTED SMALLER SILVER COINS FOR ALL THE RULERS UNTILL HE LEFT INDIA IN 316 BC. ANOTHER GENERAL ALSO RULED OVER THE GREEK COLONIES OF THE INDUS: PEITHON, SON OF AGENOR, UNTILL HIS DEPARTURE FOR BABYLON ALSO IN 316 BC.
 
THE INDO-GREEK KINGDOM
WAS A HELLENISTIC KINGDOM COVERING VARIOUS PARTS OF THE NORTHWEST REGIONS OF THE INDIAN SUBCONTINENT DURING THE LAST TWO CENTURIES BC, AND WAS RULED BY MORE THAN 30 KINGS, OFTEN IN CONFLICT WITH EACH OTHER.
 
DURING THE TWO CENTURIES OF THEIR RULE, THE INDO-GREEK KINGS COMBINED THE GREEK AND INDIAN LANGUAGES AND SYMBOLS, AS SEEN ON THEIR COINS,
(THIS IS AN EXAMPLE)
 AND BLENDED ANCIENT GREEK, HINDU AND BUDDHIST RELIGIOUS PRACTICES, AS SEEN IN THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL REMAINS OF THEIR CITIES AND IN THE INDICATIONS OF THIEIR SUPPORT OF BUDDHISM.
THIS COIN IF FROM THIS ERA, A 2,300+ YEAR OLD HISTORICAL TREASURE.
FROM THE TAXILA MINT.
 
 A BEAUTIFUL COIN!
SEE PICTURES!
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 FROM THE SOUTHEAST ASIA, INDO-GREEK ERA CONQUESTS OF ALEXANDERS CAMPAIGN.
(MAP INCLUDED IN PICTURES)
THIS VERY OLD BEAUTIFUL COIN HAS VERY NICE  CLEAR, CLEAN DETAILS, AN ADDED BONUS FOR COLLECTORS. NOTE: A VERY RARE LIMITED ISSUE OF THIS  2,300+ YEAR OLD COIN.
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 THIS EXTREMELY RARE ANCIENT 10 GRAM 24MM COPPER COIN IS
 
GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC WITH A 14 DAY 100% SATISFACTION, MONEY BACK GUARANTEE.~NUMISMATIC CERTIFIED CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY~ INCLUDED.**THE COA IN PICTURES IS JUST AN EXAMPLE.YOUR COA WILL HAVE THIS COINS DETAILS AND PICTURES.
 
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 > REFERENCES FOR THIS COIN:
 
(1)ANCIENT COIN COLLECTING, (3RD. EDITION) BY WAYNE G. SAYLES.
EASTERN EUROPEAN AND EARLY ASIAN COINS.
INDO-GREEK
 INDIA
 
(2) OFFICIAL WHITMAN GUIDEBOOK OF ANCIENT GREEK & ROMAN COINS BY ZANDER H. KLAWANS. PG. 190-195
 
(3) COLLECTING GREEK COINS BY JOHN ANTHONY PG. 50 AND 88
COINS OF ANCIENT INDIA.
CONQUESTS OF
'ALEXANDER THE GREAT'
 
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A MUST HAVE FOR YOUR COLECTION !!!! THIS VERY RARE COIN OF THE INDO-GREEK ERA IN SOUTHERN ASIA IS 2,300+ YEARS OLD! THIS UNIQUE COIN IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. NO TWO WERE THE SAME. THEY WERE VERY VALUABLE COPPER COINS. SEE PICTURES AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF. VERY FINE OLDER MINTING STYLE. A RARE, UNIQUE, LIMITED ISSUE COIN. THIS IS A WONDERFUL BONUS AND ADDS TO THIS COINS COLLECTABILITY AND VALUE. COIN PICTURED IS THE ACTUAL COIN YOU WILL RECEIVE. 

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Thessalia, Phalanna 400344 Bc

Thessalia, Phalanna 400344 Bc

Thessalia, Phalanna 400344 Bc is available for sale on eBay at $49.99 (subject to changes) for a limited time. Buy it now at low price.

THESSALIA, PHALANNA. 400-344 BC .Bronze, 18 mm; 6,8 gm. Obverse: Young male (Ares?) head right . Head of Nymph Phalanna right, hair in sakkos-Coins of Phalanna (a few miles north-west of Larissa on the left bank of the Peneius) are scarce. There was also a Phalanna on Crete, colonized by Thessalians from Phalanna in Thessaly. 

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Ancient Greek Larissa, Thessaly, 350 Bce Silver Drachm

Ancient Greek Larissa, Thessaly, 350 Bce Silver Drachm

Ancient Greek Larissa, Thessaly, 350 Bce Silver Drachm is available for sale on eBay at $50.00 (subject to changes) for a limited time. Buy it now at low price.

Guidance to Purchasers Regarding the Coin Specifics, Attribution, and Purchase Information

I am a professional numismatist with two decades experience selectively purchasing and attributing extraordinarily rare, and distinctively high quality Greek and Roman coinage. As such, please do not anticipate purchasing these unique and invaluable items at inferior coin prices, as there are an abundant number of such items presently available on eBay.

Rather, if you are seeking extremely rare and valuable coins of exceptional quality, I possess some uniquely individual pieces and will sell them to genuinely earnest buyers capable of purchasing them, at legitimate prices, but less than international auction costs. I will begin with an opening bid significantly lower than an acceptable purchase price with the anticipation of future bidding, such as eBay was designed to be... an open Auction. Each of these pieces has been carefully selected and fully attributed and thoroughly researched for similar coins sold at international auction warranting a justifiable opening bid. Each piece selected has undergone a mild cleansing with final preservation with the most expensive sealant used by the British Museum of Coins (BMC); Renaissance Wax applied with a light cotton buffing cloth. No harsh chemicals or abrasives are ever required on the coinage to bring out their lustre and so none is used.

Thank you for your time and consideration in recognition of my attempts to receive the justifiable prices for the finest coins available; good hunting and successful bidding.

Obverse: When Larissa ceased minting the federal coins it shared with other Thessalian towns and adopted its own coinage in the late fifth century B.C., it chose local types for its coins. The obverse depicted the local fountain nymph Larissa, head of the nymph Larissa 3/4 face to left, wearing necklace, hair confined by fillet and floating loosely with ampyx in front. The town was named for her, probably inspired by the famous coins of Kimon depicting the Syracusan nymph Arethusa.    Reverse:  The reverse depicted a horse in various poses, ΛAΡIΣ/AIΩN, horse grazing right.Denomination:  DrachmMetal:  Silver Weight:  5.01 gDiameter:  18 mmAssessment of Condition:  The coins of Larissa, Thesally, were examined covering auctions from 2009 to 2014 (1,869 examples), the majority of which appeared as the coin being placed for auction. The comparable prices ranged from $450 to $550 for similar examples to the coin offered at auction. The coin offered for auction bares some evidence of wear bilaterally due to time, but all of the features are present. There are no marks for silver testing, and the face is bold and three-dimensional in view. The obverse is slightly offset during minting, with a centered reverse. The condition was modestly determined to be Very Fine to good Very Fine.Comparison of Similar Coins and Values: http://www.acsearch.info/index.html provides comparative coins from a computer search of 1,066 International Auction Houses containing containing 2,055,873 coins sold at auction between the periods of 1999 to 2014.  I perform this search for each and every coin to determine an approximate opening price for every coin I list. Each comparable coin listed is of near identical face value, the approximate weight, identical metal, and of visually the same condition and appearance in wear.  I am not selecting the most expensive coins, but only those which approach the same condition and are current auctions since 2009 through 2014 for compatibility purposes. Simply place the web address into a blank web link, and the coin used for comparison will appear.http://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=1341166 Sold for $700.00http://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=387051 Sold for $330.00http://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=608046 Sold for $461.00http://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=608048 Sold for $511.00Apparent Flaws:  Using the "Grading Guidelines for Ancient Coins from Roman Ancient Coins - http://forumancientcoins.com/" for grading coins (http://www.forumancientcoins. com/numiswiki/view.asp?key=Grading% 20Guidelines%20for% 20Ancient%20Coins).  Using the grading system, I would apply a Very Fine to Good Very Fine condition.  The coin used in price comparison is considered to be about average to the coins considered in the price ranges above. The higher priced coins did appear to be in finer quality and therefore sold at an appropriate price. Specific Details Regarding Our Transaction and Statements of Fact

AUTHENTICITY:  Each coin has been carefully examined by TWO nationally renowned auction houses prior to placing them into auction within the past year, during which their authenticity has been validated TWICE!  As such, I guarantee each coin is in fact genuine as described.  If a contrary evaluation is determined by NGC, CNG, or PCGS, within 30 days of purchase, I will refund your purchase price in full when presented with documentation, with the BUYER paying all return shipping.

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