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Up for sale here is an excellent. AR Denarius Elephant Coin (49 BC, 18 mm, 3.78 g). This piece is an excellent Julius Caesar Denarius with strong detail. Quite a remarkable coin, now well over 2000 years old! As always, this piece is Guaranteed Genuine. Julius Caesar AR Denarius. Military mint travelling with Caesar 49-48 BC. Elephant advancing to right, trampling on serpent; CAESAR in exergue / Priestly emblems: simpulum, aspergillum, securis (surmounted by wolf’s head) and apex. Crawford 443/1; CRI 9; BMCRR Gaul 27; RSC 49. 3.78g, 18mm, 2h. About Us: Quality customer service is a top priority in our store. Thousands of satisfied customers. With rare classic gold and silver coins for their collections. We have been continuously recognized as an. For consistently providing excellent service and achieving the highest ratings from buyers of our coins. We take special care in the packing of each coin and also include free tracking with every order to ensure that your coins are delivered safely. All coins that we offer are. Coin grading is subjective and all posted grades provide professional opinions. We post multiple large, clear photos of each and every coin so that you can take a look at these gorgeous pieces yourself. If you have any questions, feel free to let us know. Highest Ratings from Buyers. What Our Customers Say. The highest customer service possible. This is a person I intend to do business with in the future. An excellent and rare piece overall.
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma to right; mark of value behind. Reverse: Pax driving galloping. (two horse chariot) to right, holding olive branch, sceptre, and reins; elephant’s head below>. The elephant’s head on the reverse, refers to the victory of L. Caecilius Metellus in 250 BC over the Carthaginians at Panormus. VERY RARE without bell around neck of elephant, ROMA in exergue. Crawford 262/1; BMCRR Rome 1044; Caecilia 38. Very Fine, areas of very minor porosity. Very Rare without bell around elephant head. Crawford notes that the bell around the elephant’s head is’occasionally missing’ on this issue p. 287 however this is somewhat of an understatement for Richard Schaefer only identified three no-bell dies from over fifty in RRDP. All illustrations are of the actual item offered. The authenticity of all pieces is fully guaranteed.
Introducing the Elegance of Christofle: Silver Elephant Toothpick Holder with Original Box and Papers. Discover the epitome of refined luxury and exquisite craftsmanship with the Christofle Silver Elephant Silver Toothpick Holder, accompanied by its original box and papers. As a testament to Christofle’s legacy of excellence, this meticulously crafted piece seamlessly marries functionality and artistry, making it a cherished addition to any sophisticated collection. Crafted with unparalleled precision, the Silver Elephant Toothpick Holder showcases an enchanting elephant motif, a symbol of wisdom, strength, and grace. The intricate detailing captures the essence of this majestic creature, making it not just a functional accessory but also a work of art that exudes timeless beauty. Each piece is cast in high-quality silver, a hallmark of Christofle’s commitment to using only the finest materials. The silver lends an air of opulence and durability to the toothpick holder, ensuring that it will be enjoyed for generations to come. Its sleek, lustrous surface invites both the eye and the touch, providing a tactile experience that’s as satisfying as it is visually appealing. This toothpick holder is more than just an objet d’art – it’s a practical tool for those who appreciate the finer things in life. The holder features a discreet opening on its back, allowing easy access to toothpicks while keeping them hygienically stored. Whether displayed as a centerpiece on an elegant dining table or tucked away for personal use, this holder seamlessly combines functionality with elegance. Presented in its original box, this Christofle Silver Elephant Toothpick Holder pays homage to its storied history and heritage. Accompanied by the original papers, it arrives with a sense of authenticity and provenance, ensuring its value as a collector’s item. Looking for a gift that’s sure to leave a lasting impression? The Christofle Silver Elephant Toothpick Holder is a thoughtful choice for those who appreciate the finer details in life. Whether celebrating a special occasion or simply showing appreciation, this piece is bound to become a cherished heirloom, passed down through generations. Indulge in the world of Christofle’s artistry and elevate your living space with the timeless elegance of the Silver Elephant Toothpick Holder. Experience the fusion of functionality and beauty, encapsulated in every finely crafted detail. Order now to add a touch of sophistication to your surroundings and relish in the luxury that Christofle embodies.
1916 Thailand Coin King Rama 6. Size : 3.05 3.05 cm. / Thickness 0.25 cm. Quantity detail : 1 piece. Date of promulgation : 1916 AD. Price on coin : 1 baht. This coin was produced in the years 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 and 1918, with the year of the era that was produced to appear on the coin. Pattern of the coin. Appearance : Flat round coin with gear edge. Front: is a statue of King Rama VI right facing. On the left margin, there is a royal monogram saying??????????? ” on the right edge says “????????? Back: is an Erawan figure with the letter??????? And Thai numbers telling the year of. It is a Thai coin in the beginning of the use of coins that are beautiful and worth collecting. Condition : Please read its carefully. Important :Some goods will not allow to import to some countries or some states in U. For example if they find some seeds they will destroy and send only blank envelop to the customer. So please check your custom details before ordering otherwise we will not take any responsible.
Vg condition, All of my ancient coins come from an estate of an advanced collector. I’ve chosen to leave in original holders that have a wealth of information on them. Sometimes the pictures don’t come as clear as I would like them because of it. Please watch my site as I’ve sent a number to be graded and some are Sear unlisted as well. Truly some superb pieces now and in the future.
49.61g Ancient Demetrius Of Bacteria Elephant Hat. 200-185 BCE Solid Silver Coin Rare!! THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC. OTHER GOLD BEADS ARE ALSO IN AUCTIONS, PLEASE VISIT MY STORE. PLEASE FOLLOW MY STORE THEN YOU WILL FIND SOMETHING YOU LIKE WITH. A VERY GOOD PRICE. Total Weight 49.61 Gram. Dimension : 53.95 mm. Draped and diademed bust right, in elephant’s skin headdress / BASI? Nude Herakles standing facing, crowning himself and holding club and lionskin. The customer will receive the product with a certificate from. Nawab Anwar Antique Gallery. As always, this piece is Guaranteed Genuine. Won an item but you. D like to participate in other auctions, please let us know. After this period, no claims of any kind will be accepted. If you have any. Thank you for shopping with us. We look forward to seeing you again. Have a great day.
1915 Thailand Coin King Rama 6. Size : 3.05 3.05 cm. / Thickness 0.25 cm. Quantity detail : 1 piece. Date of promulgation : 1915 AD. Price on coin : 1 baht. 1916 Thailand Coin King Rama 6. Date of promulgation : 1916 AD. This coin was produced in the years 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 and 1918, with the year of the era that was produced to appear on the coin. Pattern of the coin. Appearance : Flat round coin with gear edge. Front: is a statue of King Rama VI right facing. On the left margin, there is a royal monogram saying??????????? ” on the right edge says “????????? Back: is an Erawan figure with the letter??????? And Thai numbers telling the year of. It is a Thai coin in the beginning of the use of coins that are beautiful and worth collecting. Condition : Please read its carefully. Important :Some goods will not allow to import to some countries or some states in U. For example if they find some seeds they will destroy and send only blank envelop to the customer. So please check your custom details before ordering otherwise we will not take any responsible.
BRITISH INDIA 1911 KING GEORGE V ONE RUPEE RARE SILVER COIN. Crowned head of George V facing left. GEORGE V KING EMPEROR. Within circle, date divides legend in English & Urdu (Yek Rupya). Outside circle, wreath made of roses, thistle, shamrock leaves and lotus flowers. All within a toothed border. ONE RUPEE INDIA 1911?? The King is shown wearing a robe with a small elephant on it. This elephant was thought to resemble a pig with the trunk appearing to be a pig snout and the short legs not appearing very elephant-like. This offended the religious sensibilities of many, so most of the Rupees minted for 1911 were withheld from circulation and later melted. From 1912 onwards, the coins had a redesigned elephant. No mint mark – Calcutta mint – Image shows location of mint mark near bottom of reverse for Bombay mint.
Ancient ROMAN REPUBLIC Coinage. ROMAN REPUBLIC ANCIENT COINAGE. Rare Republican Denarius to commemorate the victory of L. Caecilius Metellus at Panormus in 251 BC over the Carthaginians. The disciplined Roman legions dealt a major defeat for Hasdrubal, nearly destroyed his army, and captured sixty elephants, many of which were sent to Rome. The reverse of this coin depicts the triumphal procession of elephants captured during the First Punic War. In 251 BC, the moneyer’s ancestor, L. Caecilius Metellus, led a brilliant victory over the Carthaginians at Panormus, capturing the entire force of enemy elephants. Narius 17mm 3.43gm. Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma right wearing Phrygian helmet ornamented with griffin’s head; below chin, XVI in monogram of mark of value below chin. Reverse: Jupiter driving biga. Chariot pulled by two. Of elephants left, holding reins and thunderbolt; above, Victory flying right, holding wreath, C. METELLVS in exerque. Crawford 269/1; Sydenham 485; Caecilia 14; RBW 1085. Rare Coin Fine Condition, a few banker’s marks. All illustrations are of the actual item offered. The authenticity of all pieces is fully guaranteed. Images are not actual size Please see description for actual measurements.
2002 ZAMBIA 5000 KWACHA SILVER ELEPHANTS. Crowned bust right divides date. Adult and Juvenile Elephants facing each other. Small nick on the edge. A few hair lines and oxidation spots on the fields.