ANCIENT GOLD COINS AND JEWELRY
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5448. BRUTUS, ASSASSIN OF CAESAR, Minted at Thrace, Koson, 1st century BC. Gold Stater, Sear 1733. Brutus, the assassin of Caesar, and 2 lictors walking l./Eagle with wreath. EF. Struck after Caesar's death by the command of Brutus.
5449. THRACE, KOSON, 1st century BC. Gold Stater, Sear 1733. Brutus, the assassin of Caesar, and 2 lictors walking l./Eagle with wreath. EF. Struck after Caesar's death by the command of Brutus.
5450. TIBERIUS, Aureus, Bust of Tiberius to right, Livia seated left.
5451. DOMITIAN, Aureus, Bust of Domitian to right, Empreror on horse to left.
5452. GALBA, Aureus. Bust to right, /IMPERATOR GALBA, Libertas holding pileus and rod, IMP CAES TRAIAN AVG GER DAC PP REST, RIC 824. Extemly rare aureus with a nice portrait of Galba. Some small punches beneath portrait.
5453. MAURICE TIBERIUS, 582-602. Gold Solidus. Facing bust with globus crucifer/Angel stg. with sceptre and globus crucifer. EF.
5454. MICHAEL VII, 1071-1078. Electrum histamenon noumisma, Sear 1868v. Bust Christ/Bust Michael with labarum, globus crucifer. EF+. Choice sharply struck example, one of the best I've seen!
5455. GOLD HISTAMENON NOUMISMA,
5456. A PAIR OF GREEK GOLD STANDS, c. 6th-4th century BC. Beaten sheet gold rings that probably
served as stands for round bottom cosmetic containers. 3.1" diameter. Rare!
5457. A CHILDRENS GOLD RING, about 2nd century AD. Small gold ring with a red gemstone. Fully intact. Found in the center of Trier. Diameter: 1.3 cm
5458. A BYZANTINE GOLD ORNAMENT, 5th-7th century AD. Set with a carnelian intaglio engraved with a star. 11 mm.