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Monete degli Elvezi

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Gli Elvezi (lat. Helvetii) sono un’antica popolazione celtica che dapprima (forse dal 5° sec. a. C.) abitava fra il Reno, il Meno e il Giura Svevo e alla fine del 2° sec. a.C. si trasferì nel territorio dell’Elvezia, odierna Svizzera.

Münzen & Medaillen GmbH   |   Auktion 48   

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ALPENRAUM. HELVETII. Stater, EL oder Blassgold, ca. 1. Jh. v. Chr. Nach Philippus-Stater.Stilisierter Kopf n. r. mit Ohrring und Lorbeerkranz. Rv. Pferd mit Lenker n.l., im Felde l. Symbol Λ (Buchstabenreste?), unter dem Pferd zwei parallele Linien mit geperlten Enden. 7,16 g. SLM 849-850 var., Allen, SNR 53(1974), Tf. 11,67-68. BN Paris 8912-14. HMZ1, 24,1-8. Selten.
Sehr schön

Diese Statere zirkulierten wohl sowohl im ostgallischen (Leukischen) Raum als auch im Gebiete der heutige Schweiz.

 

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Münzen & Medaillen GmbH Auction 43, 26 February 2016

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KELTISCHE MÜNZEN 
ALPENRAUM 
HELVETII 
Viertelstater, Gold, 2. Jh. v. Chr. Philippus-Typus. Apollokopf mit L. n.r. Rv. Biga mit Wagenlenker n.l., darunter spiralartiges Symbol. 1,75 g. SLM 434 vgl., Allen, SNR 53(1974), Tf.8,18 vgl. Av. von verbrauchtem Stempel.
Av. Schön. Rv. Gutes sehr schön

Erworben bei der Münzen und Medaillen AG, Basel, Aukt. 7 (Dez. 1948), Nr. 363. 

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DE GREGE EPICURI

 A Coira (Grigioni) al Museo Archeologico c'è una splendida collezione di monete degli Elvezi (e non solo). Le ho viste anni fa ed ho anche preso un bel catalogo; non so se ora esista anche in rete.

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Hess Divo und Künker   |   Auction 322   |   26 October 2012 

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KELTISCHE MÜNZEN 
ALPENRAUM 
HELVETII 
Viertelstater, Gold, 2. Jh. v. Chr. Apollokopf mit L. n. r. Rv. Biga mit Wagenlenker n. r., unten Ähre. 2,04 g. SLM 521. D. F. Allen, The Philippus in Switzerland and the Rhineland, SNR 53 (1974), 61e und Tf. 8, 31. Sehr selten.Fast vorzüglich Erworben bei Julius Jenke in München im Juli 1932. Eine der frühesten Prägungen auf Schweizer Territorium, vgl. HMZ 1-3.

Estimate: 1'000 CHF   |   Starting price: 800 CHF Price realized: 7'000 CHF

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Moneta in potin o bronzo bianco, una lega di rame con alta concentrazione di stagno o di piombo (Triton XVIII).

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CENTRAL EUROPE, Helvetii. 1st century BC. Potin (18mm, 3.59 g). Zurich type. Two double-lobed torcs connected by central line / Celticized quadruped standing left, head right. D&T 3280; Flesche 272; Lanz –; KMB 222–5; KMW 408–11; Zürich 905–19. Good VF, attractive green patina.


From the collection of the MoneyMuseum, Zurich. Acquired from Hess-Divo, November 2006.

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Münzen & Medaillen GmbH   |   Auction 43   |   26 February 2016

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KELTISCHE MÜNZEN 
ALPENRAUM 
HELVETII 
NINNO Quinar, 1. Jh. v. Chr. Kopf n.l., vor dem Gesicht NINNO oder ähnliches (verwildert). Rv. Eber n. l., unten MAVC (?). 1,50 g. Allen, BMC,537 f. Burckhardt, Basel, 283,78 vgl. Dezentriert.
Sehr schön Quinare dieses Typs kommen im Norden. und Nordwesten der Schweiz vor, beispielsweise im Fund Balsthal von 1839/40.
Erworben bei der Münzen und Medaillen AG, Basel, Liste 100 (1951),105.

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Rarissimo Gamshurst Stater, imitazione degli stateri di Filippo II (Triton XVIII).

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CENTRAL EUROPE, Helvetii(?). Early-mid 3rd century BC. AV Stater (17mm, 8.28 g, 8h). Imitating Philip II of Macedon. Gamshurst type. Head of Apollo right, wearing laurel wreath / [Φ]IΛIΠΠ[OY], charioteer, holding kentron in right hand, reins in left, driving biga right; kantharos below. Sills 98.2579 (dies 3/3 – this coin); D&T 3021; Flesche 282; Lanz –; KMW –; Zürich 376. Good VF, lightly toned, small scrape on reverse. Very rare, Sills located thirteen Gamhurst staters, and only one in CoinArchives.


From the collection of the MoneyMuseum, Zurich. Ex Triton I (2 December 1997), lot 9; Leu 61 (17 May 1995), lot 19; Leu 25 (23 April 1980), lot 19.

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Il potin (post # 5)

Il significato letterale di ‘potin’ in francese è quello di ‘pettegolezzo’ e ‘ciarle’, ma nell’accezione numismatica è sinonimo di bronzo bianco per indicare una lega di rame contenente un’alta concentrazione di stagno o di piombo, nella quale sono presenti a volte tracce di altri metalli. Questa lega era ampiamente utilizzata dai popoli gallici, principalmente quelli della Gallia settentrionale, per produrre le loro monete, Il più delle volte per fusione e non per coniatura.

La lega tradizionalmente utilizzata in Francia per la fusione delle campane e composta dal 78% di rame e 22% di stagno, viene comunemente definita "potin" dagli addetti alla produzione.

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Auctiones GmbH   |   eAuction #57

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Helvetii AR Quinarius, Ninno type
Gaul, Helvetii. AR Quinarius (13 mm, 1.64 g), mid 1st century BC.
Obv. NINNO, Male head to right.
Rev. NINNO (retrograde), Boar rushing to left.
DT-; Castelin SLM 963; LT -; HMZ 1-32a.
Very rare variant with retrograde reverse legend. Almost very fine/extremely fine.


These rare quinarii can be ascribed to the Helvetii and are best known from the Balsthal hoard, found between Basel and Solothurn in 1839/40.

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Auctiones GmbH   |   eAuction #57   

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Sequani/Helvetii AV 1/4 Stater

Celtic Gaul. Sequani/Helvetii. AV 1/4 Stater (14-15 mm, 1.82 g). Crainvilliers type "au croissant".
Obv. Celticized head (Apollo) to right.
Rev. Biga (only one horse visible) with driver to left, below, "croissant", in front, palm branch.
DT 3076.

Rare and good very fine.

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Statere di elettro (Leu Web Auction 7 Part 1)

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A rare scyphate stater from the Helvetii
CELTIC, Central Europe.
Helvetii. Late 2nd-early 1st century BC. Scyphate Stater (Electrum, 25 mm, 3.88 g, 7 h). Celticized laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. Celticized charioteer driving biga left; below, triskeles. Allen, SNR 53, 71. DT -. SLM 941. Rare. Very fine.

From the Helvetii Collection, formed in the 1970s and 1980s.

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Statere di elettro (Leu Web Auction 1).

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A rare Scyphate Stater from the Helvetii
CELTIC, Central Europe. Helvetii. Late 2nd - early 1st Century BC. Scyphate Stater (Electrum, 24.5 mm, 4.28 g, 9 h). Celticized laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. Charioteer driving biga left; below, triskeles. Allen 71. Cf. Obolos 3 (2015), 4. Rare. Weakly struck as usual, otherwise, very fine.

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Statere di elettro (Leu Auction 2).

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A beautiful stater from the Helvetii
CELTIC, Central Europe. Helvetii. Late 2nd-early 1st century BC. Scyphate Stater (Electrum, 23 mm, 7.30 g, 9 h). Celticized laureate head of Apollo to right within crescent border. Rev. Celticized charioteer driving biga to left; below, crescent ornament; all in shallow incuse. Allen, SNR 53, 90-91. DT 3074. LT 8922. SLM 846-846. An unusually complete example with a very clear reverse. Very fine.

From the Helvetii Collection, formed in the 1970s and 1980s.

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Statere di elettro (Leu Web Auction 3).

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A rare scyphate stater from the Helvetii
CELTIC, Central Europe. Helvetii. Late 2nd-early 1st century BC. Scyphate Stater (Electrum, 23 mm, 7.47 g, 9 h). Celticized head of Apollo with curly hair to right. Rev. Celticized charioteer driving biga to left; below, crescent ornament. Allen, SNR 53, 90-91. D&T 3074. LT 8922. Scheers 45, pl. VIII. Rare. Struck from a worn obverse die, otherwise, very fine.

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Statere di elettro (51 Gallery April Auction).

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CELTICA, ELECTRUM SCYPHATE STATER OF THE HELVETII, Swiss area, 2nd century BC, 7.239g, 2h. SNR 53 (1974) 67. Toned. Good very fine. From a European private collection

The Helvetii were a tribe or tribal confederation occupying most of the Swiss plateau. According to Caesar, they were divided into four subgroups or pagi. Of these Caesar only names the Verbigeni and the Tigurini, while Poseidonios mentions the Tigurini and the Tougeni. They feature prominently in the Commentarii de Bello Gallico, with their failed migration attempt to southwestern Gaul.

Start 2’000 EUR, Hammer 6’000 EUR

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Statere di elettro (Nomos Auction 12).

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CELTIC, Central Europe. Helvetii. Late 2nd - early 1st century BC. Scyphate stater (Electrum, 23mm, 7.12 g 9). Celticized laureate head of Apollo to right; all within crescent border. Rev. Charioteer standing left, holding whip and driving devolved biga; below, crescent ornament. Allen, SNR 53, 90-91. D&T 3074. LT 8922. Scheers 45, pl. VIII. Rare and unusually complete. Very fine. 

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Statere di elettro (Obolos Webauction 5).

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CENTRAL EUROPE, Helvetii. Late 2nd - early 1st Century BC. Syphate Stater (Electrum, 25mm, 7.23 g 1). Celticized laureate head of Apollo to right; all within crescent border. Rev. Charioteer standing left, holding whip and driving devolved biga; below, crescent ornament. Allen, SNR 53, 90-91. D&T 3074. LT 8922. Scheers 45, pl. VIII. Rare. Minor flatness, otherwise, very fine. 

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Statere di elettro (Nomos 12).

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CELTIC, Central Europe. Helvetii. 2nd - 1st century BC. Scyphate stater (Electrum, 24mm, 6.65 g 9). Laureate male head to left with hair in confused locks. Rev. Celticized charioteer, driving biga to right and holding reins in his left hand; below, triskeles. Allen, SNR 53, 63. LT 8897. SLM 854. Very rare and unusually complete. Minor scuff on obverse, otherwise, very fine. 

Hammer 4’300 CHF da stima 3’500 CHF

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