Wim Clazing

Wim Clazing

Wim Clazing
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Tetradracma - argento - Abdera, Tracia (ca.360-350a.C.) - ΑΒΔΗPI grifone accucciato con le ali chiuse e una zampa alzata vs.sn. - Münzkabinett Berlin

Tetradracma - argento - Abdera, Tracia (ca.360-350a.C.) - ΑΒΔΗPI grifone accucciato con le ali chiuse e una zampa alzata vs.sn. - Münzkabinett Berlin

Tetradracma - argento - Maroneia, Tracia, Grecia (436-410 a.C.) - ΜΑΡΩΝΙΤ/ΕΩΝ  un cavallo al passo vs.sn. - Münzkabinett, Berlin

Tetradracma - argento - Maroneia, Tracia, Grecia (436-410 a.C.) - ΜΑΡΩΝΙΤ/ΕΩΝ un cavallo al passo vs.sn. - Münzkabinett, Berlin

Cloisonné Vase MEIJI PERIOD (LATE 19TH CENTURY)

Cloisonné Vase MEIJI PERIOD (LATE 19TH CENTURY)

A Japanese Antique Silver Ando Cloisonne Vase

A Japanese Antique Silver Ando Cloisonne Vase

Horse and sun / silver coin / Celtic Coins Budapest, National Museum.

Horse and sun / silver coin / Celtic Coins Budapest, National Museum.

Ausstellungen im Alten Museum AM-001/74 Beginn der Münzprägung Obverse TARAΣ [retrograd]. Der nackte Apollon Hyakinthios kniet nach l., in seiner l. Hand hält er hinter dem Körper eine Leier (lyra), in der r. Hand hält er eine Hyazinthe, an welcher er riecht. Sogenannter laufender Hund als Rand. Reverse Dasselbe Bild wie auf der Vorderseite nun nach r. und seitenverkehrt. Das Ganze vertieft (inkus) und mit Binnenzeichnung. Strichmuster als Rand. Date ca. 510-500 v. Chr. Denomination Stater

Ausstellungen im Alten Museum AM-001/74 Beginn der Münzprägung Obverse TARAΣ [retrograd]. Der nackte Apollon Hyakinthios kniet nach l., in seiner l. Hand hält er hinter dem Körper eine Leier (lyra), in der r. Hand hält er eine Hyazinthe, an welcher er riecht. Sogenannter laufender Hund als Rand. Reverse Dasselbe Bild wie auf der Vorderseite nun nach r. und seitenverkehrt. Das Ganze vertieft (inkus) und mit Binnenzeichnung. Strichmuster als Rand. Date ca. 510-500 v. Chr. Denomination Stater

Extremely Rare Celtic Coin, Pannonia, 2nd-1st Century BCThis beautiful silver tetradrachm is a Kroisbach type with Reiterstumpf variant minted by an unknown Celtic tribe. It shows the bare head of Apollo on the obverse. The reverse shows a rider on a prancing horse and a twisted exergual line terminating in torcs. It sold at auction for $9,488. (map of Pannonia)

Extremely Rare Celtic Coin, Pannonia, 2nd-1st Century BCThis beautiful silver tetradrachm is a Kroisbach type with Reiterstumpf variant minted by an unknown Celtic tribe. It shows the bare head of Apollo on the obverse. The reverse shows a rider on a prancing horse and a twisted exergual line terminating in torcs. It sold at auction for $9,488. (map of Pannonia)

Ancient Celtic Gold Coin, both sides, 1st Century BC

Ancient Celtic Gold Coin, both sides, 1st Century BC

Silver tetradrachm issued by Smyrna, ca. 160–150 BC, obverse: head of Cybele wearing a mural crown.

Silver tetradrachm issued by Smyrna, ca. 160–150 BC, obverse: head of Cybele wearing a mural crown.

Mithridates VI, King of Pontus (c. 134 - 63 BC), claimed Alexander the Great and Darius of Persia as ancestors. This Greco-Persian king challenged the power of Rome in the first century BC. His followers looked to Mithradates as a savior who would free them from harsh Roman occupation, taxation, exploitation, and slavery. He was feared as a second Hannibal. In 88 BC he massacred 80,000 Roman citizens, and seized Greece and Anatolia.

Mithridates VI, King of Pontus (c. 134 - 63 BC), claimed Alexander the Great and Darius of Persia as ancestors. This Greco-Persian king challenged the power of Rome in the first century BC. His followers looked to Mithradates as a savior who would free them from harsh Roman occupation, taxation, exploitation, and slavery. He was feared as a second Hannibal. In 88 BC he massacred 80,000 Roman citizens, and seized Greece and Anatolia.