Authentic Ancient Coin Necklaces For Sale
Coins from ancient Greece, Rome, Byzantium, Persia, and Medieval Europe set in custom sterling silver and gold bezels.
Custom bezels can also be made for many coins on my site! See my Custom Ancient Coin Bezels page for details.
Cords and chains not included. Custom leather cord with silver clasp or silver chain can be included for an additional $15.

Biblical, Medieval & Byzantine Coin Jewelry

One of the Earliest Depictions of Jesus Christ on a Coin!
Byzantine Empire, Reign of John I, 969 - 976 AD. Great large Class A1 bronze follis, set into a stunning .925 silver bezel. Christ facing with book of Gospels, +EMMANOVHA IX-XC. rev: IhSUS \ XRISTUS \ bASILEU \ bASILE ("Jesus Christ King of Kings") in four lines, cross above and below. W: 34 mm, weighs 22.96 grams total. ref: DOC A2.41; SB 1793. Coin with dark olive-green patina with light earthen deposits. Great portrait! #CB2218: $399 SOLD
The Famous "Poor Widow's Mite" of the Bible
Referred-to in the Gospel of Luke 21:1-4

Widow's Mite, bronze prutah, coin type mentioned in the Bible. Struck 103-76 BC. Anchor / Wheel. Greek & Hebrew inscriptions around. Set in custom .925 silver bezel. 16 mm diameter, lovely tone, excellent detail. #JN2121: $225

Widow's Mite, bronze prutah, 103-76 BC. Anchor / Wheel.
Greek & Hebrew inscriptions around. Set in custom sterling silver bezel. 15 mm diameter, good detail. Nice golden-copper patina. #JN2112: $125 (more...)


Biblical Judaea. Famous "Poor Widow's Mite" of the Bible, struck c. 103-76 BC. Anchor/Star. Set into a stunning custom silver cross pendant. Cross measures 1 3/4" x 1 1/4" including loop. An excellent, wearable piece of Christian history! #CH2306: $325


Biblical Judaea. Famous "Poor Widow's Mite" of the Bible, struck c. 103-76 BC. Anchor/Star. Set into a stunning custom silver cross pendant on gorgeous braided 18" .925 silver adjustable chain. Cross measures 1 3/4" x 1 1/4" including loop. An excellent, wearable piece of Christian history! #CH2397: $399
SOLD - Alternates available!
One of the Three Wise Men of the Bible?
Azes II. "King from the East" of Bethlehem

One of the Three Kings of the Bible? Kingdom of Baktria, East of Bethlehem. King Azes II, 35 BC - 5 AD. Large silver tetradrachm. King on horseback following a star / Athena standing right, holding spear and shield, monograms in field. 27 mm dia. ref: Senior 98.354T. Extremely Fine with excellent detail. Set into a stunning custom .925 silver bezel. #CH2351: $550

Azes II silver tetradrachm, 35 BC - 5 AD. King on horseback following a star / Zeus standing in robes, holding winged Nike, monograms around. Total dia. 27 mm, 15.33 g. ref: Mitchiner 853. Nice light gray patina. Set into a stunning custom .925 silver bezel. Coin ex-Stockholm, Sweden gallery. #CH2357: $575

Pontius Pilate, 26-36 AD. Bronze lepton, struck 30-31 AD, set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel. Lituus, TIBEPIOY KAICAPOC / Date in wreath: LIZ (Year 17=30-31 AD). 18 mm diameter, great green patina with light earthen highlights. ref: Hendin 1342. Coin ex-Jerusalem gallery. Pontius Pilate, prefect (governor) of Judaea from 26 to 36 AD, presided over the trial of Jesus Christ and ordered his crucifixion. #CH2451: $350

First Jewish War. 66-70 C.E. Bronze prutah. Dated year 2=67/68 C.E. Set into a stunning custom .925 silver bezel. Two handled amphora, ancient Hebrew inscription "Year Two" / Grape leaf on small vine, "The Freedom of Zion" in Hebrew. ref: Meshorer 196; Hendin 1360. Total dia. 25 mm; 7.48 g. Coin with fantastic detail! Deep reddish patina. #CH2508: $399

First Jewish War. 66-70 C.E. Bronze prutah. Dated year 2=67/68 C.E. Set into a stunning custom .925 silver "cornucopia" bezel, accented by a ruby at the bottom tip! Two handled amphora, ancient Hebrew inscription "Year Two" / Grape leaf on small vine, "The Freedom of Zion" in Hebrew. ref: Meshorer 196; Hendin 1360. Total dia. 25 mm; 8.99 g. Coin with lovely dark brassy patina, fantastic detail! #CH2506: $399

SHIPWRECK TREASURE!
From the wreck of El Cazador, Spanish galleon sunk in 1784 off New Orleans. Fantastic huge silver 8-reale "Piece of Eight", set into a stunning modern .925 silver bezel. This coin is referred-to as "America's first silver dollar"! The most valuable circulating coin in the New World. Bears the bust of Charles III, the reverse pillars believed to be what inspired the "$" dollar sign used today. Dated 1783. Huge 42 mm diameter, weighs 32.51 grams (total). Coin ex-Robin Danziger, New York. Awesome! #CS2111: $650
SOLD


Byzantine Empire. Manuel I, 1143-1180 AD. Bronze Tetarteron set in custom silver bezel with gray patina. Large cross upon three steps, IC-XC / Manuel, crowned and wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe, MANVHL DECPOTH. ref: SB 1976, BMC 86-90. 21 mm dia. with nice copper to green tone. Nice detail on both sides. #JN2043: $199

Byzantine Empire. Manuel I, 1143-1180 AD. Bronze Tetarteron set in custom silver bezel with gray patina. Large cross upon three steps, IC-XC / Manuel, crowned and wearing loros, holding labarum and cross on globe, MANVHL DECPOTH. ref: SB 1976, BMC 86-90. 17 mm dia. with nice dark green tone with earthen deposits. This coin is all about the fantastic cross! #JN2044: $175

Medieval Armenia, time of the Crusades.
King Hetoum I, 1226-1270 AD. Large copper Tank, set into custom silver bezel. King seated cross-legged on a throne adorned with lions. He holds a globus cruciger and fleur-de-lis, Armenian inscription: Hetoum King of the Armenians /Potent cross with four lines, Struck in the City of Sis. ref: Nercessian 351-357. 27 mm diameter. Nice coppery patina, great detail. #CA2150: $250


Medieval Armenia, time of the Crusades.
King Hetoum I, 1226-1270 AD. Large copper Tank, set into custom silver bezel. King seated cross-legged on a throne adorned with lions. He holds a globus cruciger and fleur-de-lis, Armenian inscription: Hetoum King of the Armenians / Potent cross with four lines, Struck in the City of Sis. ref: Nercessian 351-357. 29 mm diameter. Holed in antiquity to be worn as a pendant! Nice coppery patina, great detail. #CA2151: $250


Ancient Armenia. Artaxiad Dynasty.
Tigranes II "The Great," 95-56 BC. Bronze one-chalcus coin.
His diademed and draped bust right, wearing Armenian tiara, countermark to left / Nike advancing left, TIGRANOY AG.
Coin 16 mm, 3.64 g. ref: AC-79. Entire piece 18 mm dia. Great portrait. Set into a stunning custom .925 silver bezel. Nice! #CA2124: $325


Medieval Venice, Italy. Pietro Gradenigo, Doge 1289-1311 AD. Silver grosso, set into custom .925 silver bezel. Jesus Christ enthroned, facing front; IC-XC above / Doge (L) receiving tall flag from St. Mark (R); PR-GRADONIGO-SM-VENETI, DVX down flag staff. 22 mm diameter. ref: CNI VII 10; Papadopoli 2.6; Paolucci 2. VF. Coin ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. Gorgeous! Much nicer than photo. #CM2363: $299

Knights Templar France. Philip IV Le Bel, 1268-1314 AD.
Large silver gros tournois, set into custom silver bezel. obv: Crusader cross, +BHDICTV SIT HOME DHI nRI DEI IhV XPI/ +PhILIPPVS REX. rev: Ch√Ętel tournois; border of twelve fleur-de-lis, +TVRONVS CIVIS. ref: DuP 213. 26 mm (1 inch) diameter. Bright tone. ex-Spartan Numismatics. #CM2160: $425
SOLD - Ask about alternates!


Medieval Armenia. Cilician Kingdom, time of the Crusades. King Levon II, 1270-1289 AD. Copper kardez, Sis mint. Set in a custom silver bezel, toned to match the coin. Lion walking left, Armenian inscription: Levon King of the Armenians / Cross with four stars in the quadrants, inscription: Struck in the City of Sis. 25 mm dia, nice olive-green patina with earthen deposits. #JN2035: $175

Medieval Armenia. Cilician Kingdom, time of the Crusades. King Levon IV, 1320-1342 AD. Copper pogh set into stunning silver bezel. King seated in throne, staff in one hand and orb in the other. Armenian inscription: Levon King of the Armenians / Cross with four lines in quadrants. Armenian inscription: Struck in the City of Sis. 20 mm dia. #JN2101: $175

Anglo-Saxon. Great Britain, kingdom of Northumbria. Archbishop Hunlaf, 837-854 AD. Bronze Styca, struck by moneyer Ethelweard. +VIGMVND-I-REP (retrograde) around a small cross / Moneyers name +HUNL'AF around cross. ref: Pirie 924-31; SCBC 870. Set into stunning silver bezel. W: 16 mm. From the Bolton Percy Hoard. Gorgeous coin! Sharp detail, nice glossy deep green patina. #2865779: $399

Anglo-Saxon. Great Britain, kingdom of Northumbria. Archbishop Hunlaf, 837-854 AD. Bronze Styca, struck by moneyer Ethelweard. +VIGMVND-I-REP (retrograde) around a small cross / Moneyers name +HUNL'AF around cross. ref: Pirie 924-31; SCBC 870. Set into a stunning silver cross pendant! 1 1/4" x 1 1/2" not counting hoop. From the Bolton Percy Hoard. Gorgeous coin! Sharp detail, nice glossy deep green patina. #28657710: $399

The First Jewish Coin! Hasmonean Kings of Judaea.
John Hyrcanus (Yehohanan), 135 - 104 BCE. Small bronze prutah. Hebrew inscription: Yehohanan the High Priest and the Council of the Jews" in five lines within wreath / Double-cornucopia adorned with ribbons and pomegranite within the two horns; small "L". ref: Hendin-454. Set into a stunning .925 silver Star of David pendant. Total diameter 20mm (13/16"). #CH2370: $299
SOLD

The First Jewish Coin. Cornucopiae / early Hebrew inscription. Set into a stunning .925 silver Star of David pendant. Total diameter 20mm (13/16"). #JN2186: $299

Parthia, ancient Persia. King Artabanus II, A.D. 10 - 38 AD. Silver drachm, Ecbatana mint. Bare-headed bust left, wearing diadem with loop at the top and three ends; border of dots / Archer, seated right on throne, holding bow, monogram below, Greek inscription around. ref: Sellwood 63.6, Shore 341. ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. Set into nice silver bezel. dia: 21 mm. Gorgeous! #CP2114: $299

Ancient Persia. Sasanian Kingdom. King Khusro II, 590 - 627 AD. Large silver dirhem, Kirman mint, struck Year 32. Set into stunning custom silver bezel. Crowned bust of Khusro facing right, zoroastrian astrological symbols: stars and crescents around perimeter / Holy fire-altar flanked by two attendants, monograms/ zoroastrian astrological symbols. Choice EF, well centered & perfectly struck! Dia: 32 mm (1 1/4"). Coin ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. #CP2133: $275

Shipwreck treasure coin, set in custom 18K gold bezel. Spanish 1-reale silver "cob" struck under Philip IV (1621-1665 AD). Cross with castles & lions / Shield with coat-of-arms. Measures 21 mm, weighs 4.91 grams total. From an unknown shipwreck off Grand Cayman Island. Purchased at Venture Gallery, Grand Cayman. Beautiful! #JN2169: $399

Spanish copper reale. "Pirate Money". Copper 8-Maravedis "cob" of Philippe III, 1598-1621 AD. Originally depicted a castle & lion. Heavily counter-stamped with "8", "VIII" and date "1652" with crown when the coin was re-tarriffed under Philip IV (1621-1665). Big 28 mm (1 1/8") diameter. Coin with olive-green patina with earthen deposits. Set in custom .925 silver bezel. #CSG1005: $275

See also: Spanish shipwreck & Pirate Coin Jewelry!

Ancient Persia. White Huns / Hephalite Gandhara, c. 475-576 AD, billon drachm set in custom sterling silver bezel (silver patina to better match tone of coin). King's bust rt. in ornate bull-headed crown; Napki Malka in Pahlavi / Two attendants flanking a fire altar, Kabul and Zabul. 28 mm diameter with wonderful green patina, some copper highlights. Very pleasing to the eyes. The Hephthalites, also known as White Huns, were a nomadic people who lived across northern China, Central Asia, and northern India in the fourth through sixth centuries. The term Hephthalite derives from Greek, supposedly a rendering of Hayathelite (from the term Haital = "Big/Powerful" in the dialect of Bukhara), the name used by Persian writers to refer to a 6th century empire on the northern and eastern periphery of their land. As a group they appear to be distinct from the Huns who migrated to Europe in the Fourth Century AD. #JN2040x2: $250

Ottoman, Turkey, Mahmud II, 1808-1839 AD. Silver coin, dated AH 1223, regnal year 25. Holed in antiquity. A silver loop attached to be worn as a pendant. 28 mm diameter. Budget-priced jewelry piece! #JN2151: $75

Ottoman, Turkey, Mahmud II, 1808-1839 AD. Large silver coin, dated AH 1223, regnal year 25. Holed in antiquity. A silver loop attached to be worn as a pendant. 33 mm (1 1/4") diameter. Budget-priced jewelry piece! #JN2143: $99

Ancient Rome. Maximinus I, 235-238 AD. Silver denarius, struck 235-236 AD. Set into stunning custom 14K gold bezel. His laureate, draped bust right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG / Fides standing left, a standard in each hand, FIDES MILITVM. 23 mm diameter, 5.56 grams total. Coin a strong EF with excellent detail. ref: Sear'88 #2337, RIC 7A, RSC 7a #CR2834: $650

Ancient Rome. Maximinus I, 235-238 AD. Silver denarius, set into stunning custom 14K gold bezel. His laureate, draped & cuirassed bust right, seen from behind, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG / Pax standing left with branch & sceptre, PAX AVGVSTI. 25 mm diameter, 3.91 grams total. Coin a strong EF with excellent detail. ref: sear5 #8310, RIC 12, RSC 31. #CR2835: $750

Ancient Rome. Severus Alexander, 222-235 AD. Silver denarius, set into stunning custom 14K gold bezel. His laureate head right, IMP SEV ALEXAND AVG / Emperor in miltary dress, walking right carrying spear and trophy, VIRTVS AVG. 23 mm diameter, 5.67 grams total. Coin a strong EF with excellent detail. ref: RIC 225. #CR2832: $750

Ancient Greece, 5th-2nd century BC. Time of the Persian wars. Excellent bronze arrowhead. Bi-lobate (2-bladed) and barbed type, found at a battlefield in former Thrace-Macedonia near the Black Sea. Set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel adorned with 2 genuine sapphires! Ready to be worn on a chain (I can add a nice chain similar to the examples above for $50). Arrowhead measures 36 mm (1 7/16") with olive-green patina; extended the whole piece 69 mm (2 3/4") to top of loop. Gorgeous! #WP2466: $499

Greek & Roman Coin Jewelry

Macedon. Alexander III The Great, 336-323 BC. Large silver tetradrachm, set into stunning .925 silver bezel. Head of Herakles in lion-skin headdress / Zeus seated, holding eagle and scepter, behind. Excellent portrait! 33 mm (1 5/16") diameter, thick and chunky, with some heft to it! Coin ex-Gitbud & Naumann numismatics, Germany. #CG2303: $750

Macedon. Alexander III The Great, 336-323 BC. Large silver tetradrachm, set into stunning .925 silver bezel. Head of Herakles in lion-skin headdress / Zeus seated, holding eagle and scepter,
behind, monograms to left and below. Excellent portrait! Light toning. 30 mm diameter. #CG2369: $650

Alexander the Great of Macedon, 336 - 323 BC. Silver drachm, set in custom .925 silver bezel. Head of Herakles right, wearing Nemean lion's skin / Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, behind. 18 mm diameter. Nice detail, gray patina. Better than photo! #CG2366: $275 SOLD - ask about alt.!

Alexander III the Great of Macedon, 336-323 BC. Bronze coin, lifetime issue! Set into stunning .925 silver bezel. Alexander as Herakles clad in lion's skin headdress right / BA (for Basileus Alexander - "King Alexander") between bow-case and club. 21 mm (13/16") diameter. Coin with nice detail (better than photo), black patina. ref: Price 375-390. #CG2360: $199


Ancient Macedon, Greece. Huge silver tetradrachm minted under Roman occupation, 158-149 BC. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. Diademed head of Artemis right with quiver over shoulder in the center of a Macedonian shield / ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ ΠΡΩΤΗΣ, club of Herakles within oak wreath; SAP monogram above, monograms below. ref: SNG Ash. 3290. 33 mm diameter, weighs 23.70 grams (total). Incredible, high relief, gorgeous coin! #CG2128: $1200

Ancient Macedon, Greece. Huge silver tetradrachm minted under Roman occupation, 158-149 BC. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. Diademed head of Artemis right with quiver over shoulder in the center of a Macedonian shield / ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ ΠΡΩΤΗΣ, club of Herakles within oak wreath; ΑΡ monogram above, monograms below. ref: SNG Ash. 3290. Huge 35 mm diameter, weighs 23.67 grams (total). Incredible high relief. A beauty! #CG2133: $1200

The Healing Center of the Ancient World.
Pergamon, Mysia, Ancient Greece, c. 190-133 BC. Large silver cistophoric tetradrachm, struck c. 166-67 BC. Cista mystica with half-open lid, from which a serpent issues, all within ivy wreath / Two coiled serpents with heads erect, between them a bow case, ornamented with an aplustre, containing a strung bow, in field to right a serpent-entwined staff of Aesklepius; monogram to left, AP monogram above. ref: Sear 3948. Set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel, total diameter 33 mm (1 1/4"), weighs 22.63 grams total. Coin ex-Frank S. Robinson, Albany, NY. An EF coin, superb detail! #CG2388: $699


Ancient Greece. Illyria, Dyrrhachium. Silver drachm struck after 229 BC. Cow standing right suckling calf; Nike flying right above, thunderbolt below, MENISKOS / Double stellate "temple door" pattern, DUR ARCIPPOU. ref: Ceka 318; BMC 41. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. 19 mm dia. Gorgeous! #CG2217: $199

Mark Antony & Octavian. Silver denarius struck 41 BC, Ephesus mint. M. Barbatius Pollio, moneyer. Bare head of Marc Antony right, M ANT. IMP AVG III VIR. R. PC. M. BARBAT Q P / Bare head of Octavian right, in slight beard, CAESAR. IMP. PONT. III. VIR. R. P. C. 19 mm, 3.46 g. ref: RSC 8a, Cr517/2. Coin ex-Gitbud & Naumann numismatics, Germany. Set into stunning silver bezel. Rare! Struck while the two were still "friends." #CR2604: $950

Augustus Caesar, silver denarius. Lyons mint, struck 2 BC - 13 AD. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. His laureate head right, CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE / Gaius & Lucius Caesares standing front, each with a hand resting on a round shield, a spear, & in field above, a lituus right & simpulum left ("b9"), AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT. ref: BMC 533, RSC 43. Coin with bright surfaces, much nicer than this very dark photo suggests. 20 mm diameter. #CR2773: $350 SOLD - Ask about alt.!

Ancient Rome. Elagabalus, 218-222 AD. Gorgeous silver denarius, set into a stunning custom .925 silver bezel, two garnets set into the left and right terminals. His laureate draped bust right, IMP ANTONINVS PIVS AVG / Sol (the sun god), radiate, walking left raising right hand and holding whip, star to left, P M TR P III COS III P P. ref: RSC 154, RIC 28, Sear 7533. Total dia: 26 mm; 7.63 g. Coin grade Extremely Fine! (not to scale of page) #CR2847: $350

Ancient Rome. Elagabalus, 218-222 AD. Silver denarius set into a stunning .925 silver necklace with 4 rubies! His laureate, draped bust right, IMP ANTONINVS PIVS AVG / Victory flying left, diadem in both hands, shields to sides, star to right, VICTORIA AVG. ref: RSC 300, RIC 161, Sear 7554. Necklace made with intricate "braided" silver strap, measures 16.5 inches long. Coin ex-Gitbud Numismatik, Germany. An absolutely breathtaking piece of jewelry! #CR2848: $750

Roman Egypt. Nero, 54-68 AD. Billon (silvered-bronze) tetradrachm struck at Alexandria, Egypt, dated Year 12 (65-66 AD). Radiate head of Neroright, aegis on chest, NERW KLAY KAIS SEB GER / Draped bust of Alexandria right, wearing elephant skin headdress, AYTO-KRA; date LIB to right. Dia: 27 mm (just over 1 inch), weighs 19.12 grams total. ref: RPC 5289; Milne 238; Dattari 204; Geissen 172; Sear 2004. #CR2805: $450
Roman Coin Depicting a Legionary Warship!

Ancient Rome. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Large bronze coin of Gadara, Syria, set into stunning custom silver bezel.
Dated Year 303 239-240 AD). His laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust rt., AVTOK K M ANT GORDIANOC CEB / Roman galley (ship) right with eight oarsmen, a helmsman, and a soldier holding signum standing on prow; date GT below, POMP GADAWN. 28 mm diameter. ref: Spijkerman 93; Rosenberger 90. Olive green patina, earthen deposits. Huge, thick and heavy coin. Great ship! Better than photo portrays. #CR2302: $299


Ancient Rome. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Large bronze coin of Gadara, Syria, set into stunning custom silver bezel.
Dated Year 303 239-240 AD). His laureate, draped, & cuirassed bust rt., AVTOK K M ANT GORDIANOC CEB / Roman galley (ship) right with eight oarsmen, a helmsman, and a soldier holding signum standing on prow; date GT below, POMP GADAWN. 27 mm diameter. ref: Spijkerman 93; Rosenberger 90. Olive green patina, earthen deposits. Huge, thick and heavy coin. Great ship! #CR2303: $325


Ancient Rome. Augustus Caesar, 27 BC-14 AD. Bronze Semis of Philippi, Macedonia, set into custom .925 silver bezel. Bare head of Augustus right, AVG behind / Two colonists ploughing right with two oxen. ref: RPC 1656, BMC 86-88. 25 mm total diameter. Choice detail! Dark green patina. Great portrait! #CR2670: $250

Ancient Rome. Maximinus I, 235-238 AD. Silver denarius, set into stunning custom 14K gold bezel. His laureate draped bust right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG / Providentia standing left, holding cornucopiae and wand pointed at globe at foot, PROVIDENTIA AVG. 24 mm diameter, 5.78 grams total. Coin a strong EF with excellent detail. ref: sear 8315, RIC 13, RSC 77. #CR2833: $750

Ancient Rome. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Silver antoninianus. His radiate, draped & cuirassed bust right, IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG / Gordian standing right in military dress with globe & spear, P M TR P V COS II P P. 25 mm diameter. ref: RIC 93, Sear 8650, RSC 266. Set into silver bezel. Excellent detail! #NAV049: $225

Ancient Rome. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Great silver antoninianus, struck Jan - March 240 AD (how much more specific can that be!). His radiate, draped bust right, IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS AVG / Virtus (Virtue) in military dress, standing left, holding branch and spear, shield on ground before, VIRTVS AVG. ref: RIC 39, Sear (1988) 2466; RSC 383. Set into custom silver bezel. 25 mm dia. Great detail, better than photo. #NAV052: $250

Ancient Rome. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Silver antoninianus. His radiate draped bust right, IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG / Victory standing left, holding palm, resting shield on captive at foot, VICTOR AETER. ref: RSC 348, RIC 154, Sear 8662. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. 25 mm dia. Gorgeous! #NAV054: $250

Ancient Rome. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Silver antoninianus, struck Jan - Mar 240 AD. His radiate draped bust right, IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS AVG / Aequitas (Equity) standing half-left, head left, with coin scales and cornucopiae, AEQVITAS AVG. ref: RIC 34, Cohen 17, Sear 8600. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. 25 mm dia. Excellent! #NAV055: $250

Ancient Rome. Gordian III, 238-244 AD. Silver antoninianus, Rome mint, struck January 244 AD (13th Issue, 1st Officina). His radiate draped and cuirassed bust right, IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG / Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopia, FELICIT TEMPOR. ref: RSC 72, RIC 141, Sear 8607. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. 24 mm dia. Very nice! #NAV056: $250

Saint Helena. Mother of Constantine I the Great, c. 325-330 AD. Lovely bronze AE4 coin, Trier mint, set into custom .925 silver bezel. Her diademed, draped bust right, FL IVL HELENAE AVG / Pax (Peace) standing left with branch & sceptre, PAX PVBLICA. Mintmark TRP below. 17 mm diameter. ref: RIC 78. Gorgeous portrait with fine detail, lovely olive-green patina. Photo does no justice! #CR2560: $250

Ancient Rome. Constantine I the Great, 307-337 AD. Bronze Follis. Trier mint, struck 325-326 AD. His laureate head right, CONSTANTINVS AVG / Roman castle campgate, 6 layers, 2 turrets, star above, no doors. PROVIDENTIAE AVGG; Mintmark PTR-crescent. 22 mm dia. ref: RIC VII Trier 461. EF, reat portrait, sharp detail, dark brassy tone. Set into a stunning custom .925 silver bezel. #CR2722: $299

Ancient Rome. Constantine I the Great, 307-337 AD. Bronze follis struck 326 AD. His laureate head right, CONSTANTINVS AVG / DN CONSTANTINI MAX AVG, around VOT XXX in wreath. Mintmark SMHB. Heraclea mint. 20 mm dia. ref: RIC VII 82,B. Coin with dark olive-green patina. Set in custom .925 silver bezel. Nice! #CR2488: $225

Ancient Rome. Constantine I the Great, 307-337 AD. Bronze follis struck 319 AD. His cuirassed bust left, in high crested helmet, spear over shoulder, IMP CONSTANTINVS AVG / Two Victories facing and inscribing VOT PR on shield placed on altar decorated with a diamond, VICTORIAE LAETAE PRINC PERP. Mintmark PT. RIC VII 189. ref: RIC VII 189v. Coin with good detail, nice brassy patina. Set in custom .925 silver bezel. #CR2490: $225

Constantine I the Great, 307-337 AD. Bronze follis struck 324 AD. His laureate head right, CONSTANTINVS AVG / DN CONSTANTINI MAX AVG around VOT XX star within wreath. Mintmark SMHA. ref: RIC VII Heraclea 60. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. 21 mm dia. Great dark bronze patina. #CR2486: $225

Ancient Rome. Constantius II, 337-361 AD. Bronze AE3 coin, struck 325-326 AD. His laureate, draped & cuirassed bust left, FL IVL CONSTANTIVS NOB C / Camp gate with two turrets, no doors; above, star; PROVIDEN-TIAE CAESS / SMHA in exergue. Set into custom silver bezel with patina. Coin with excellent detail, deep brown surfaces with light earthen deposits. ref: RIC VII 78. 18 mm diameter. #JN2191: $150

Ancient Rome. Diocletian, 284-305 AD. Large bronze follis, struck 297 AD, Antioch mint. His laureate head right, IMP C DIOCLETIANVS PF AVG / Genius standing left, holding patera from which liquid flows, and cornucopiae, GENIO POPVLI ROMANI; Mintmark ANT. ref: RIC VI 48a. 30 mm dia. Coin with brassy-brown tone. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. #CR2418: $250

Ancient Rome. Augustus Caesar, 27 BC-14 AD. Bronze Semis of Philippi, Macedonia, set into custom .925 silver bezel. Bare head of Augustus right, AVG behind / Two colonists ploughing right with two oxen. ref: RPC 1656, BMC 86-88. 26 mm total diameter. Choice detail! Excellent green patina. A beautiful coin!
#CR2674: $350


Ancient Rome. Augustus Caesar, 27 BC-14 AD. Bronze Semis of Philippi, Macedonia, set into custom .925 silver bezel. Bare head of Augustus right, AVG behind / Two colonists ploughing right with two oxen. ref: RPC 1656, BMC 86-88. 26 mm total diameter. Choice detail! Excellent green patina. A beautiful coin!
#CR2675: $350


Not a coin! Ancient Rome, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Beautiful enameled bronze brooch, set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel. Brooch with great red, blue, tan and brown enamel still intact and very attractive. Total diameter 29 mm (1 1/8"). Artifact ex-Los Angeles, CA private collection. A beautiful and unique jewelry piece! #AR2797: $350

Ancient Greece, 5th-2nd century BC. Time of the Persian wars. Excellent bronze arrowhead. Bi-lobate (2-bladed) and barbed type, found at a battlefield in former Thrace-Macedonia near the Black Sea. Set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel adorned with 2 genuine rubies! Ready to be worn on a chain (I can add a nice chain similar to the examples above for $50). Arrowhead measures 33 mm (1 1/4") with olive-green patina; extended the whole piece 66 mm (2 5/8") to top of loop. Gorgeous! #WP2456: $499


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One of the Earliest Depictions of Jesus Christ on a Coin!
Byzantine Empire, Michael IV, 1034 - 1041 AD. Bronze follis,
set into stunning .925 silver bezel. 3/4 length figure of Christ Antiphonetes facing, wearing nimbus cruciger, pallium and colobium, raising right hand in benediction, holding book of Gospels, IC-XC in fields. / IC-XC NI-KA in two lines divided by a jeweled cross with globules at the extremities. 30 mm diameter. ref: DO 4; SB 1825. Dark olive-green patina with light earthen deposits. Nicer than photo! #CB2201: $275
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Macedon. Alexander III The Great, 336-323 BC. Large silver tetradrachm, lifetime issue! Set into stunning .925 silver bezel. Head of Herakles in lion-skin headdress / Zeus seated, holding eagle and scepter,
behind, symbol to left, monogram below. Incredible detail! Light toning. 28 mm diameter. #CG2372: $750 SOLD

Alexander the Great of Macedon, 336 - 323 BC. Silver drachm, Lampsacus mint, struck just after his death c. 310-301 BC. Set in custom .925 silver bezel. Head of Herakles right, wearing Nemean lion's skin / Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre, behind,amphora with one handle in left field, ME monogram below throne. ref: Price-1417v. 18 mm diameter. Excellent detail, light deposits. ex-CNG. #CG2257: $399 SOLD

Ancient Greece. Illyria, Dyrrhachium. Silver drachm struck after 229 BC. Cow standing right suckling calf, ALEXANDROS; eagle standing on thunder-bolt above / Double stellate "temple door" pattern, city name around. ref: Ceka 27v. Set into custom .925 silver bezel.20 mm dia. Struck to circulate alongside the Roman Republican silver denarius. Excellent! #CG2218: $225 SOLD



Augustus Caesar, silver denarius. Lyons mint, struck 2 BC - 13 AD. Set into custom .925 silver bezel. His laureate head right, CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE / Gaius & Lucius Caesares standing front, each with a hand resting on a round shield, a spear, & in field above, a lituus right & simpulum left ("b9"), AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT. ref: BMC 533, RSC 43.
18 mm diameter. #CR2692: $399
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Ancient Rome. Constantine I the Great, 307-337 AD. Bronze follis, Trier mint, struck 323-324 AD. His laureate bust right, CONSTANTINVS AVG / Victory advancing right, holding trophy on right arm, branch in left hand, spurning captive seated on ground, SARMATIA DEVICTA; PTR-crescent in exergue. 21.5 mm dia. ref: RIC 435. EF, incredible detail, dark brassy tone. Set into a stunning custom .925 silver bezel. #CR2723: $299 SOLD

Constantine I the Great, 307-337 AD. Bronze follis, struck 324-325 AD, Trier mint. His laureate head right, CONSTANTINVS AVG / Roman castle camp-gate with 6 layers, two turrets, star above, PROVIDENTIAE AVGG; Mintmark STRE. 21 mm dia. ref: RIC VII Trier 449. Coin with dark coppery patina, excellent detail, nice portrait! Set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel. #CR2720: $325 SOLD

Constantine I the Great, 307-337 AD. Bronze follis, struck 325-326 AD, Trier mint. His laureate head right, CONSTANTINVS AVG / Roman castle camp-gate with 6 layers, two turrets, star above, PROVIDENTIAE AVGG; Mintmark PTR-crescent. 21 mm dia. ref: RIC VII Trier 461. Coin with dark coppery patina, excellent detail, incredible portrait! Set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel. #CR2715: $325 SOLD

Augustus Caesar, 27 BC-14 AD. Large bronze diobol, struck at Alexandria, Egypt. Date Year 41 (11-12 AD). Laureate head of Augustus right / Oak-wreath with date LMA within. ref: RPC 5061, Milne 31. Coin with great detail, olive-green patina. Set into stunning custom .925 silver bezel, total diameter 3 cm (1 3/16"). Coin ex-Santa Barbara county, CA collection. #CR2802: $399 SOLD


One of the Three Kings of the Bible? Kingdom of Baktria, East of Bethlehem. King Azes II, 35 BC - 5 AD. Large silver tetradrachm. King on horseback following a star / Poseidon standing right, holding long trident, monograms around. 27 mm dia. ref: Mitchiner 235B. Near Extremely Fine with excellent detail. Set into a stunning custom .925 silver bezel. #CH2353: $550 SOLD

One of the Earliest Depictions of Jesus Christ on a Coin!
Byzantine Empire. Reign of Romanus III, 1028 - 1034 AD. Large Class B bronze follis, set into stunning .925 silver bezel. Christ facing with book of Gospels, +EMMANOVHA IX-XC. Cross with IS \ XS above, bAS-ILE \ bASILE ("Jesus Christ, King of Kings"). 32 mm diameter. ref: Sear 1823. Olive-green patina with sandy red earthen deposits. Nice detail! #CB2202: $399 SOLD

Holy Land, Judaea. First Jewish Revolt against Rome, 66-70 AD. Bronze prutah, Year 2 = 67-68 AD. Set into custom silver bezel. Coin with olive-green patina, light earthen deposits. Good detail. Minted and circulated during the time of Josephus, the Jewish War and the standoff at Masada. Two handled amphora with broad rim and two handles, ancient Hebrew inscription "Year Two" / Grape leaf on small vine, "The Freedom of Zion" in Hebrew. ref: Meshorer 196; Hendin 1360. 17 mm dia. #CH2121: $225 SOLD

Spanish copper reale. "Pirate Money". Copper 8-Maravedis "cob" of Philippe III, 1598-1621 AD. Originally depicted a castle & lion. Heavily counter-stamped with "VIII" and date "1640" with crown when the coin was re-tarriffed under Philip IV (1621-1665). Big 29 mm (1 1/8") diameter. Coin with olive-green patina with earthen deposits. Set in custom .925 silver bezel. #CSG1002: $275 SOLD

First Jewish Revolt against Rome, 66-70 AD. Bronze prutah. Set into custom silver bezel. 18 mm dia. Very nice! #JN2105: $325
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