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  1. Whitman “Mercury” Head Dime album with 49 coins – no key coins
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    21876207  
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    $55.00
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    Whitman “Mercury” Head Dime album with 49 coins – no key coins Coin & Currency Auction Location: Scranton, KS Circulation: Circulated
  2. Whitman “Mercury” Head Dime album with 62 coins – no key coins
    Item#:
    21876218  
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    $65.00
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    Whitman “Mercury” Head Dime album with 62 coins – no key coins Coin & Currency Auction Location: Scranton, KS Circulation: Circulated
  3. 946.      7 Coin Set Of Bu 1982 Business / Circulation Strike Lincoln Cents, Labeled By Variety
    Item#:
    21885644  
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    946.      7 coin set of BU 1982 business / circulation strike Lincoln cents, labeled by variety in special card, getting tough to find! Mckee Coins November 1-2 Live Auction, 1800 Items Location: Ottumwa, IA
  4. Whitman Roosevelt Dime album 1946 – 1964 with 48 silver coins
    Item#:
    21876229  
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    Current Bid:
    $50.00
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    Whitman Roosevelt Dime album 1946 – 1964 with 48 silver coins Coin & Currency Auction Location: Scranton, KS Circulation: Circulated
  5. (20) rolls of 1940 – 1949 Lincoln Wheat Cents – Consignor graded all coins VG – EF – Note: a
    Item#:
    21876408  
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    Current Bid:
    $3.25
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    (20) rolls of 1940 – 1949 Lincoln Wheat Cents – Consignor graded all coins VG – EF – Note: all coins rolled by consignor – approximately 1,000 total coins Coin & Currency Auction Location: Scranton, KS Circulation: Circulated
  6. One tube of (20) 2014 American Silver Eagle Dollars – Consignor graded: all coins uncirculated in
    Item#:
    21876359  
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    Current Bid:
    $375.00
    Description:
    One tube of (20) 2014 American Silver Eagle Dollars – Consignor graded: all coins uncirculated in BU condition Sells with reserve Coin & Currency Auction Location: Scranton, KS Circulation: Uncirculated
  7. Coin necklace from India, 20th century
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    21856842  
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    Coin necklace from India, 20th century.  There 37 coins attached to a necklace.Some coins has 1975 and 1986 year. Denomination: 25 paise. Age: 1986 or older. Total length; 29 inches = 72.5 cm. Total weight: 5 oz. = 130 gram
    Condition coins are used in circulation;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 200;
    High Estimate: 400;
    Circa: 1986;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 400.00 Low Estimate: 200.00 Circa: 1986
  8. AE Bronze Roman coin sextans, Mercury, Galley 217-215BC
    Item#:
    21856793  
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    AE Bronze Roman coin sextans, Mercury, Galley 217-215 BC; Obverse: Head of Mercury right, two pellets above, in petasos. Reverse: Prow of galley right, ROMA above, two pellets below. Weight: 18.73 g; Diameter: 30 mm; Ref: CR 38/5, Syd 85, R 2075, Sear-85, Sear M-610
    Condition Fine/VG, used in circulation
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 300;
    High Estimate: 700;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 700.00 Low Estimate: 300.00
  9. Roman bronze coin Philip I, Moesia, 244 AD
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    21856795  
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    Roman bronze coin Philip I, Moesia, 244 AD. Authentic ancient Roman provincial bronze coin Viminacium, Moesia Superior Philip I, 244-249 AD, AE27 mm. Obverse: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, laureate and draped bust right Reverse: P M S COL VIM AN V, Moesia standing front, head left, between a bull and a lion Struck 244 AD. Weight: 16.70 g. Diameter: 28 mm. Obverse: Laureate bust right. Reverse: Moesia between bull and lion. Reference: R 2030
    Year: 244;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 500;
    High Estimate: 1000;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 1000.00 Low Estimate: 500.00 Year: 244
  10. Roman bronze coin Emperor Diocletianus, 302-303 AD
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    21856796  
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    Roman bronze (silver plated?) coin Emperor Diocletianus, 302-303 AD RB53550. Bronze follis, RIC VI 25a, Thessalonica mint, die axis 180o, 302 - 303 A.D.; Diocletian, 20 November 284 - 1 May 305 A.D., Roman Provincial Egypt In 303, Diocletian, Maximian, Galerius, and Constantius issued a series of edicts rescinding the legal rights of Christians and demanding that they comply with traditional religious practices. About 3,000 Christians died in the persecutions, many more were imprisoned and tortured, but most Christians avoided punishment. Obverse: Portrait of the Emperor laureate head right with inscription around: IMP C C VAL DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG Reverse: GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius modius on head, naked except chlamys over shoulder, standing left holding cornucopia and pouring liquid from patera, G in right field, Diameter: 27 mm; Weight: 7.87g
    Condition EF/VF, genuine patina;
    Year: 302;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 400;
    High Estimate: 1000;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 1000.00 Low Estimate: 400.00 Year: 302
  11. Masterpiece Greek coin Syracuse, Sicily, Pegasus 317 BC
    Item#:
    21856805  
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    Masterpiece Greek coin from Syracuse, Sicily, Pegasus flying, 317-289 BC This listing is for an Ancient Greek coin from Sicily Syracuse Obverse:.Laureat Head of Apollo left.  Reverse: Pegasus Flying left Type: AE19 (19 mm); Date- 317 to 289 BC; Weight-4.15 grams. Comments...........................Original green patina; Grade.................................Please see scans for grade.
    Condition Very good, Please see scans for grade.
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 1500.00 Low Estimate: 800.00
  12. Bronze Greek coin Pontus Amisos, 200 BC
    Item#:
    21856806  
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    Bronze Greek coin Pontus Amisos, 200 BC. AMISOS Asia Minor 200 BC, Ares God Cult Zodiac Sword, Ancient Greek Coin. Greek city of Amisos in Asia Minor. Struck in 200-150 B.C. Reference: Sear 3643; B.M.C. 13.17, 40-41. Head of young Ares right, wearing crested helmet. Sword in sheath; AMI - OY across field.Size: 21 mm. Weight: 7.38g. Amisos was a flourishing Greek city on the Black Sea coast commanding an important trade route to the south, Amisos was founded in the 6th century B.C. It was re-settled by Athenians in the following century and they renamed the place Peiraeus. You are bidding on the exact item pictured, provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity. Ares is the Greek god of war. He is one of the Twelve Olympians, and the son of Zeus and Hera. In Greek literature, he often represents the physical or violent aspect of war, in contrast to the armored Athena, whose functions as a goddess of intelligence include military strategy and generalship.
    Condition fine;
    Circa: -200;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 500;
    High Estimate: 1000;
     
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 1000.00 Low Estimate: 500.00 Circa: -200

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  1. Greek coin, Silver Didrachm, Lucania, Velia, 293-280 BC
    Item#:
    21856804  
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    Ancient Greek coin; Lucania, Velia, Silver Stater/Didrachm, c.293-280 BC Head of Athena Left, in crested Attic helmet, bowl adorned with griffin on neck guard, monogram behind / , lion advancing right, filleted caduceus above. Weight: 7.30 g Diameter: 20 mm. References: A port city along the Tyrrhenian Sea, Velia issued a varied and artistic coinage. The earliest coins were struck on thick, narrow planchets, and later issues were struck on increasingly broad, round flans. A few unusual issues aside, most Velian staters show on their obverse the head of Athena wearing a helmet with a great variety of decorations, including a laurel wreath, a wing, a chariot, a dolphin, a griffin and the creature Scylla. The reverse usually shows a lion in a variety of poses; typically he is prowling, but other times he stands with his head more erect. Major varieties of the reverse design include a lion attacking a stag, gnawing on prey, or walking before a palm tree.
    Condition Fine, natural wear;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 3000;
    High Estimate: 6000;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 6000.00 Low Estimate: 3000.00
  2. MAKEDONIAN PROTHE, Silver Tetradrachm coin 150 BC
    Item#:
    21856812  
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    MAKEONIN / PTH, Silver Greek tetradrachm coin, 158-150 BC.  Weight: 16.29 g; Diameter: 31 mm; Country/Region: Macedonia; Type/Nominal Value: Tetradrachm; Mint: Amphipolis; Year/Age: 158-150 BC Obverse: Macedonian shield, diademed, draped bust of Artemis at center. Reverse: MAKEONIN / PTH Club within oak wreath, thunderbolt. Rarity: Rare; Bibliography: SNG Cop. 1314. A growing power in the west, Rome, would soon become involved in the affairs of Greece and Macedonia. The First Macedonian-Roman war occurred between 214 BC and 205 BC. This coincided with the Second Punic War, when Hannibal of Carthage and Philip V of Macedon made an alliance against Rome. Rome, weary of war with Carthage, ended the Macedonian conflict with favorable terms to Macedon, but Roman interests secured in Illyrium, to the north. The Second Macedonian-Roman War began in 200 BC and ended in 196 BC. This war, erupting so soon after the after the first, and the exhausting Carthaginian war, was unpopular with Rome, but the Roman Legions, under Flaminius were veterans and prepared. The Greeks asked for Roman help against Macedonian incursions and Rome made an alliance against them. They launched an attack on the armies of King Philip who refused to guarantee to make no hostile moves against the states of Greece, and Philip V was defeated. He lost all his territories outside of Macedonia and had to recognize the independence and autonomy or the southern Greek city-states.
    Condition EF+ great luster,
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 4000;
    High Estimate: 8000;
    Circa: 150 BC;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 8000.00 Low Estimate: 4000.00 Circa: -150
  3. Cyrenaica, Ancient Greece (631-525BC), miniature coin
    Item#:
    21856808  
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    Cyrenaica, Ancient Greece (BC 631-525), miniature coin trihemiobol, 1.12g, with silphium plant. Weight: 1.12g; Diameter: 7-9 mm; References: Greek cities: During the Ramesside period (thirteenth century BC), the Libu and the Meshwesh were tribes of the area of Cyrenaica which are mentioned in Egyptian records as making frequent incursions into the New Kingdom of Egypt. Cyrenaica was colonized by the Greeks beginning in the 7th century B.C. The first and most important colony was that of Cyrene, established in about 631 BCE by colonists from the Greek island of Thera. They had left their island because of a severe famine. Their commander Aristoteles took the Libyan name Battos. His dynasty, the Battaid, persisted in spite of heavy resistance by the Greeks in neighboring cities. The east of the province was called Marmarica (no major city), but the important part was in the west, comprising five cities, hence known as the Pentapolis: Cyrene (near the modern village of Shahat) with its port of Apollonia (Marsa Susa), Arsinoe or Taucheira (Tocra), Euesperides or Berenice (near modern Benghazi), Balagrae (Bayda) and Barce (Marj) of which the chief was the eponymous Cyrene. The term "Pentapolis" continued to be used as a synonym for Cyrenaica. In the south the Pentapolis faded into the Saharan tribal areas, including the pharaonic oracle of Ammonium. The region produced barley, wheat, olive oil, wine, figs, apples, wool, sheep, cattle, and silphium, an herb that grew only in Cyrenaica and was regarded as a medicinal cure and aphrodisiac. Cyrene became one of the greatest intellectual and artistic centers of the Greek world, famous for its medical school, learned academies, and architecture, which included some of the finest examples of the Hellenistic style. The Cyrenaics, a school of thinkers who expounded a doctrine of moral cheerfulness that defined happiness as the sum of human pleasures, were founded by Aristippus of Cyrene[17] Other notable natives of Cyrene were the poet Callimachus and the mathematicians Theodorus and Eratosthenes.[16] In 525 BCE, after taking Egypt, the Persians took the Pentapolis. They were followed by Alexander the Great in 332 BCE, who received tribute from these cities after he took Egypt.[14] The Pentapolis was formally annexed by Ptolemy I Soter and it passed to the diadoch dynasty of the Lagids, better known as the Ptolemaic dynasty. It briefly gained independence under Magas of Cyrene, stepson of Ptolemy I, but was reabsorbed into the Ptolemaic empire after his death. It was separated from the main kingdom by Ptolemy VIII and given to his son Ptolemy Apion, who, dying without heirs in 96 BCE, bequeathed it to the Roman Republic.
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 1500;
    High Estimate: 3000;
    Circa: -600;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 3000.00 Low Estimate: 1500.00 Circa: -600
  4. Alexander the Great, Silver coin Greek tetradrachm, 356
    Item#:
    21856810  
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    Alexander the Great, Silver coin Greek tetradrachm, 356-323 BC. Head of Heracles Zeus seated on the throne. Weight: 16.88 g; Diameter: 31 mm x 27 mm. We are not sure about the mint.
    Condition EF, genuine patina;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 2000;
    High Estimate: 4000;
    Circa: -340;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 4000.00 Low Estimate: 2000.00 Circa: -340
  5. Huge bronze Greek coin Ptolemy III of Egypt, 246-221 BC
    Item#:
    21856813  
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    Huge bronze Greek coin Ptolemy III of Egypt, 246-221 BC Egypt, Ptolemy III Euergetes, 246-221 BC. AE41. Head of Zeus Ammon right. Eagle standing left on thunderbolt looking right.. BMC 39. Weight: 43.71 g. Diameter: 38 mm
    Condition Fine, amazing genuine patina;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 1500;
    High Estimate: 3000;
    Circa: 230 BC;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 3000.00 Low Estimate: 1500.00 Circa: -230
  6. Greek silver coin Alexander the Great Tetradrachm 16.9g, 298-281BC
    Item#:
    21856809  
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    Certified Masterpiece Greek silver coin Alexander the Great Tetradrachm 16.92 g, Lysimachus, 298-281 BC. Silver tetradrachm minted at Lampsacus by Lysimachus between 298-281 BC, Obverse: Alexander the Great.rndeified with the rams horns of Zeus-Ammon and wearing the royal diadem, Reverse: Athena seated and bearing Nike (Victory), who pours a libation over the name of Lysimachus. Weight: 16.92 g; Diameter: 26.5 mm; Authenticity: Genuine, certificate of authenticity will be issued
    Condition VF, genuine patina;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 10000;
    High Estimate: 25000;
    Circa: -290;
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 25000.00 Low Estimate: 10000.00 Circa: -290
  7. Greek silver tetradrachm coin 190-133BC Mysia, Pergamon
    Item#:
    21856811  
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    Ancient Greek silver coin 190-133 B.C. Mysia, Pergamon Silver Cistaphoric Tetradrachm Weight: 12.52 g; Diameter: 28 mm; Now you can own a 2,100-year-old silver coin from ancient Pergamon (southern Turkey). As one of the great cultural centers of the ancient world, Pergamon`s library rivaled Alexandria`s. It was the contents from this library that Marc Antony gave to his beloved Cleopatra. These Cistaphoric Tetradrachms were hand selected for eye appeal and all are nicely struck in nearly pure silver. Each displays a Cista Mystica (mystic basket) with serpents emerging on the obverse. The Pergamon mint mark is on the reverse with slight design differences. Another option: the mark is Parygia from the Apameia mint, circa 189 - 133 BC.
    Condition EF, genuine patina;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 3000;
    High Estimate: 6000;
    Circa: 160 BC
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 6000.00 Low Estimate: 3000.00 Circa: -160
  8. PHILIP II 359BC OLYMPIC GAMES Ancient Greek Coin APOLLO
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    21856814  
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    PHILIP II 359BC OLYMPIC GAMES Ancient Greek Coin APOLLO Nude Athlete Horse Rare Greek King Philip II of Macedon 359-336 B.C. Metal: Bronze; Diameter: 16 mm; Weight: 6.08 grams; Struck 359-336 B.C. in the Kingdom of Macedonia, commemorating his Olympic Games Victory. Head of Apollo right, hair bound with tainia. Nude athlete on horse prancing right, II above, E below. Condition: VG, original patina
    Condition VG, original patina;
    Circulation: Circulated;
    Low Estimate: 800;
    High Estimate: 2000;
    Circa: 359 BC:
    Eternity Masterpieces - November 2014 Location: Tampa, FL Circulation: Circulated High Estimate: 2000.00 Low Estimate: 800.00 Circa: -359
  9. 449. 1836/5/4-do Gold ½ Escudo Mexico Nnc 64 #2149524 Rare
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    21884529  
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    449. 1836/5/4-Do Gold ½ Escudo Mexico NNC 64 #2149524 Rare Mckee Coins November 1-2 Live Auction, 1800 Items Location: Ottumwa, IA
  10. 274. 1885 S Morgan Silver Dollar. Rare Date. Au.
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    21884323  
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    274. 1885 S Morgan Silver Dollar. Rare Date. AU. Mckee Coins November 1-2 Live Auction, 1800 Items Location: Ottumwa, IA
  11. 275. 1886 O Morgan Silver Dollar. Rare Date Ef-au.
    Item#:
    21884324  
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    275. 1886 O Morgan Silver Dollar. Rare Date EF-AU. Mckee Coins November 1-2 Live Auction, 1800 Items Location: Ottumwa, IA
  12. 395. 1932 S Washington Quarter. Ef 40. Very Rare Date And Grade.
    Item#:
    21884105  
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    395. 1932 S Washington Quarter. EF 40. Very Rare date and grade. Mckee Coins November 1-2 Live Auction, 1800 Items Location: Ottumwa, IA