ARGOLIS. Argos. Trihemiobol (Circa 370-350 BC). Obv: Head of Hera right, wearing ornamented stephane. Rev: Dog or wolf advancing left.

Obv: Head of Hera right, wearing ornamented stephane. Rev: Dog or wolf advancing left.

Mysia, Kyzikos EL Hemihekte. Winged dog standing left, head right, on tunny left / Quadripartite incuse square.

Winged dog standing left, head right, on tunny left / Quadripartite incuse square.

Mysia, Kyzikos EL Hemihekte. Circa 500-450 BC. Dog crouching to left, tail raised; tunny fish left below / Quadripartite incuse square

Dog crouching to left, tail raised; tunny fish left below / Quadripartite incuse square

GRIECHEN SIZILIEN SEGESTA Didrachme (8,40g). ca. 44035 - 420/5 v. Chr. Vs.: Flussgott Krimisos als Hund n. l. Rs.: Kopf der Nymphe Segesta mit Sphendone n. r. Hurter, Segesta 113 (stgl.).

GRIECHEN SIZILIEN SEGESTA Didrachme (8,40g). ca. 44035 - 420/5 v. Chr. Vs.: Flussgott Krimisos als Hund n. l. Rs.: Kopf der Nymphe Segesta mit Sphendone n. r. Hurter, Segesta 113 (stgl.).

ucania, Metapontion, Stater, c. 340-330 BC; AR (g 7,63; mm 20; h 2); [ΛEYK]IΠΠΟΣ, head of Leucippus r., wearing Corinthian helmet; on l., seated dog. Rev. [META], barley ear; upon leaf r., bird with open wings; below, AMI. HNItaly 1576. Lightly toned, minor porosity, good very fine - about extremely fine.

ucania, Metapontion, Stater, c. 340-330 BC; AR (g 7,63; mm 20; h 2); [ΛEYK]IΠΠΟΣ, head of Leucippus r., wearing Corinthian helmet; on l., seated dog. Rev. [META], barley ear; upon leaf r., bird with open wings; below, AMI. HNItaly 1576. Lightly toned, minor porosity, good very fine - about extremely fine.

GREEK COINS  Umbria, Hatria   As circa 275-225, Æ 421.00 g. Head of Silenus facing, with animal's ears; on r., L. Rev. Dog lying asleep; below, H – AT. Haeberlin p. 205, 2 and pl. 74, 1 (this coin). Sydenham Aes Grave 180. Weber 216 (this coin). Campana p. 233, 1. ICC 236 (this coin illustrated). Historia Numorum Italy 11. Extremely rare and undoubtedly the finest specimen known of this interesting and intriguing issue. An exceptionally detailed portrait and a superb green patina. Good ext

GREEK COINS Umbria, Hatria As circa 275-225, Æ 421.00 g. Head of Silenus facing, with animal's ears; on r., L. Rev. Dog lying asleep; below, H – AT. Haeberlin p. 205, 2 and pl. 74, 1 (this coin). Sydenham Aes Grave 180. Weber 216 (this coin). Campana p. 233, 1. ICC 236 (this coin illustrated). Historia Numorum Italy 11. Extremely rare and undoubtedly the finest specimen known of this interesting and intriguing issue. An exceptionally detailed portrait and a superb green patina. Good ext

Valerian I Ӕ28 of Tyre, Phoenicia. AD 253-260. [IMP C PLIC VA]LERIANVS AVG, laureate and cuirassed bust right, wearing paludamentum / [COLTVRO?] META, olive-tree between the Amrosial Rocks, dog right in exergue, finding murex-shell

Valerian I Ӕ28 of Tyre, Phoenicia. AD 253-260. [IMP C PLIC VA]LERIANVS AVG, laureate and cuirassed bust right, wearing paludamentum / [COLTVRO?] META, olive-tree between the Amrosial Rocks, dog right in exergue, finding murex-shell

L. Caesius AR Denarius. Rome, 112-111 BC. Bust of Veiovis left, seen from behind, hurling thunderbolt; monogram behind / The two Lares Praestites seated right with a dog between them; head of Vulcan and tongs above.

Bust of Veiovis left, seen from behind, hurling thunderbolt; monogram behind / The two Lares Praestites seated right with a dog between them; head of Vulcan and tongs above.

GRIECHEN SIZILIEN MAMERTINOI AE (7,62g). Nach 288 v. Chr. Vs.: ΑΔΡΑΝΟΥ, Kopf des Adranos mit korinthischem Helm n. l. Rs.: ΜΑΜΕΡΤΙΝΩΝ, Hund n. r. stehend. SNG München 418 und 419

GRIECHEN SIZILIEN MAMERTINOI AE (7,62g). Nach 288 v. Chr. Vs.: ΑΔΡΑΝΟΥ, Kopf des Adranos mit korinthischem Helm n. l. Rs.: ΜΑΜΕΡΤΙΝΩΝ, Hund n. r. stehend. SNG München 418 und 419

GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN  SIZILIEN  PIAKOS   Tetras, Bronze, 425-410 v. Chr. Π−Ι−Α−Κ Kopf eines jugendlichen Flussgottes mit einem kleinen Horn n. l. Rv. Hund auf einem n.r. niedergebrochenen Rehkitz sitzend und ihm die Kehle durchbeissend; im Felde l. und r. je ein Getreidekorn

GRIECHISCHE MÜNZEN SIZILIEN PIAKOS Tetras, Bronze, 425-410 v. Chr. Π−Ι−Α−Κ Kopf eines jugendlichen Flussgottes mit einem kleinen Horn n. l. Rv. Hund auf einem n.r. niedergebrochenen Rehkitz sitzend und ihm die Kehle durchbeissend; im Felde l. und r. je ein Getreidekorn

RÖMER RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK NACH 211 V. CHR L. Caesius, 112 oder 111 v. Chr. Denar (3,74g). Mzst. Rom. Vs.: Büste des Apollon mit Blitzbündel und n.l. gewandtem Kopf, dahinter Monogramm. Rs.: A - Kontrollmarke / L CAESI (teilweise in Ligatur), Lares Praestites frontal sitzend mit Hund zwischen ihnen und Stock in der Hand, dazwischen oben Büste des Vulkan

RÖMER RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK NACH 211 V. CHR L. Caesius, 112 oder 111 v. Chr. Denar (3,74g). Mzst. Rom. Vs.: Büste des Apollon mit Blitzbündel und n.l. gewandtem Kopf, dahinter Monogramm. Rs.: A - Kontrollmarke / L CAESI (teilweise in Ligatur), Lares Praestites frontal sitzend mit Hund zwischen ihnen und Stock in der Hand, dazwischen oben Büste des Vulkan

LUCANIA, Paestum (Poseidonia). Second Punic War. 218-201 BC. Æ Sescuncia (14mm, 2.39 g, 7h). Wreathed head of Demeter right; behind, pellet and Σ (mark of value) / Dog running right; above, pellet and Σ (mark of value). Crawford, Paestum 5/4a; HN Italy 1194. Near VF, rough dark green patina

LUCANIA, Paestum (Poseidonia). Second Punic War. 218-201 BC. Æ Sescuncia (14mm, 2.39 g, 7h). Wreathed head of Demeter right; behind, pellet and Σ (mark of value) / Dog running right; above, pellet and Σ (mark of value). Crawford, Paestum 5/4a; HN Italy 1194. Near VF, rough dark green patina

CYCLADES, Keos. Karthaia. Late 3rd-early 2nd century BC. Æ (15.5mm, 4.81 g, 6h). Radiate head of Aristaeus right / Forepart of dog (Seirios) left, surrounded by rays. Papageorgiadou-Banis Series II, Issue 9; SNG Copenhagen 622. VF, brown patina.  Ex Classical Numismatic Group 60 (22 May 2002), lot 594 (part of).  The Dog Star Seirios (Sirius) was associated with the heat of summer, drought, and pestilence. The heliacal rising of Seirios occurred shortly before the summer solstice, and the pe

CYCLADES, Keos. Karthaia. Late 3rd-early 2nd century BC. Æ (15.5mm, 4.81 g, 6h). Radiate head of Aristaeus right / Forepart of dog (Seirios) left, surrounded by rays. Papageorgiadou-Banis Series II, Issue 9; SNG Copenhagen 622. VF, brown patina. Ex Classical Numismatic Group 60 (22 May 2002), lot 594 (part of). The Dog Star Seirios (Sirius) was associated with the heat of summer, drought, and pestilence. The heliacal rising of Seirios occurred shortly before the summer solstice, and the pe

C. Antestius AR Denarius. Rome, 146 BC. Helmeted head of Roma right; C ANESTI behind; X below chin / The Dioscuri riding right; dog with both fore-feet raised below; ROMA in exergue.

Helmeted head of Roma right; C ANESTI behind; X below chin / The Dioscuri riding right; dog with both fore-feet raised below; ROMA in exergue.

RÖMER RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK NACH 211 V. CHR C. Mamilius Limetanus, 82 v. Chr. Denar (3,95g). Mzst. Rom. Vs.: Drapierte Büste des Merkur mit Caduceus, dahinter Kontrollmarke. Rs.: Odysseus n. r. stehend mit Stab und eine Hand nach seinem Hund Argos ausstreckend, r. LIMETAN, l. C MAMIL. Cr. 362/1

RÖMER RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK RÖMISCHE REPUBLIK NACH 211 V. CHR C. Mamilius Limetanus, 82 v. Chr. Denar (3,95g). Mzst. Rom. Vs.: Drapierte Büste des Merkur mit Caduceus, dahinter Kontrollmarke. Rs.: Odysseus n. r. stehend mit Stab und eine Hand nach seinem Hund Argos ausstreckend, r. LIMETAN, l. C MAMIL. Cr. 362/1

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