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This Issue Of Classical Coin News November 8, 2013
In This Issue:
November 14 All-Ancients Auction
New York International Signature Auction, January 5-6, 2014
Pompeia's Pick: A 'Colossal' Coin of Rhodes?
What Happened In Ancient November?
Coin and Numismatic Domain Name Opportunities
Website Tips: Bid Protect (exclusive to Heritage Live!)
Is It Time To Sell?
Reduced Auction Commissions When You Resell Your Winnings!
Employment Opportunities
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November is here, with a blast of autumnal chill, bringing with it-surprise — the November edition of Heritage's Classical Coin News.
November 14 All-Ancients Auction  
The November all-Ancients offering of Greek, Roman and Byzantine coins comprises over 160 individual and group lots, including many attractive Greek silver coins, Roman Republican and Imperial denarii, and Judean bronzes. The auction opens for bidding Thursday, November 7 at 10:00 PM CT and concludes exactly one week later. Highlights include:

Attractive Siculo-Punic tetradrachm
Attractive Siculo-Punic tetradrachm
Nice Philip II tetradrachm
Nice Philip II tetradrachm
Pleasing Demetrius Poliorcetes drachm
Pleasing Demetrius Poliorcetes drachm
Sharp Corinthian stater
Sharp Corinthian stater


Pleasing Rhodian didrachm
Pleasing Rhodian didrachm
Beautiful Antiochus VII tetradrachm
Beautiful Antiochus VII tetradrachm
Detailed Prutah of Agrippa I
Detailed Prutah
of Agrippa I
Rare Samaria bronze of Domitian
Rare Samaria bronze
of Domitian


Lovely Anonymous denarius ca. 86 BC
Lovely Anonymous denarius ca. 86 BC
Sharp C. Vibius Pansa denarius
Sharp C. Vibius
Pansa denarius
Attractive Claudius fourée denarius
Attractive Claudius
fourée denarius
Extremely rare Civil War denarius
Extremely rare
Civil War denarius


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New York International Signature Auction, January 5-6, 2014  
This marquee auction at the world-famous Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City is shaping up to be another fantastic offering of Ancient and World coins.

Pedigreed London-mint gold solidus of Magnus Maximus
Pedigreed London-mint gold solidus of Magnus Maximus
Incredibly rare solidus of Priscus Attalus, one of two known
Incredibly rare solidus of Priscus Attalus, one of two known
Rare Pescennius Niger denarius
Rare Pescennius
Niger denarius
Attractive Cyzicus stater
Attractive Cyzicus stater
Sharp Julius Caesar Portrait Denarius
Sharp Julius Caesar
Portrait Denarius
Incredibly sharp Arsionoe II Mnaieion
Incredibly sharp
Arsionoe II Mnaieion


If you'd like to see all or part of your collection sold at this high-profile venue, please contact David Michaels at DMichaels@HA.com / (310) 492-8615 or Sam Spiegel at SamS@HA.com / (214) 409-1524.

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Pompeia's Pick: A 'Colossal' Coin of Rhodes?  
By Lorie Ann Hambly

CARIAN ISLANDS. Rhodes. Ca. 340-316 BC. AR didrachm (21mm, 6.89 gm, 12h)
CARIAN ISLANDS. Rhodes. Ca. 340-316 BC. AR didrachm (21mm, 6.89 gm, 12h)
Rhodes was one of the great maritime cities of the Greek world, located on a spearhead-shaped island of the same name in the eastern Aegean Sea.

Myth has it the island was born of a union between the sun god Helios and the nymph Rhode, who gave her name to the island and a beautiful pink hibiscus flower native to it. The city of Rhodes was a relatively late foundation, circa 408 BC, when citizens of three other cities located on the island decided to unite and build a well-defended coastal capital on a regular plan provided by the Athenian architect Hippodamus.

The Carian Satrap Maussolus brought Rhodes under his control in 357 BC, but two decades later it was "liberated" by Alexander the Great. During the Wars of the Diodachi, Rhodes was an independent power allied to Ptolemaic Egypt and famous for its outstanding artists, scientists and philosophers.

In 305 BC, the Macedonian adventurer Demetrius, son of Antigonus, launched a stupendous siege of Rhodes in an effort to break its alliance with Egypt (he later became known as Demetrius Poliorcetes — "besieger of cities" for his Herculean efforts). Among the engines he constructed for the task was the enormous Helepolis, an ironclad siege tower festooned with torsion catapults and weighing 160 tons. Despite his massive preparations and investment, Demetrius was thwarted by the ingenious Rhodians and abandoned his siege within a year.

The Rhodians gladly took possession of his mammoth engines and sold them for a tidy profit of 300 talents (1.8 million Attic silver drachms), which they used to erect the first truly monumental bronze statue of antiquity, the famous Colossus of Rhodes. The master builder-sculptor, Chares of Lindos, conceived a 100-foot-tall bronze statue of the sun god Helios, wearing a radiate crown, his arm holding a torch aloft. Consisting of an iron framework covered by thin bronze sheets (not too different from the modern Colossus, the Statue of Liberty), the Colossus was begun in 292 BC and finished a dozen years later.

The handsome face of Helios had already found its way onto Rhodes' coinage, as this example (struck somewhat before the Colossus was built), boldly depicting the god looking straight out at the holder. His features likely owed something to the island's late, lamented liberator, Alexander the Great, including the conqueror's famous lion-like mane of hair with its central part.

The Colossus itself caused a sensation in the Ancient world and was immortalized as one of the "Seven Wonders of the World" by Greek chroniclers including Antipator of Sidon and Philo of Byzantium. Alas, the great statue had a brief lifespan of 54 years. A disastrous earthquake struck Rhodes in 226 BC and the Colossus, built long before any concept of seismic-safe construction, snapped off at the knees and toppled over.

Ptolemy III of Egypt offered to pay for its reconstruction, but the Rhodians decided to heed the words of the Oracle of Delphi, who declared the statue an act of hubris that had offended Helios. Its spectacular ruins lay scattered near the harbor, by one account, until after the Muslim conquest of Rhodes in AD 653. According to an account (possibly apocryphal) by Theophanes the Confessor, the city's Arab conquerors sold the remains to a Jewish merchant of Edessa, who needed 900 camels to transport the heavy metal to his homeland.

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What Happened In Ancient November?  
November 1, 82 BC: Romans successfully defend against a Sabine attack on the Colline Gate.

November 2, AD 472: West Roman Emperor Olybrius dies after an inconsequential reign of 6-8 months.

November 4, 1922: Howard Carter discovers the tomb of Tutankhamen in Egypt.

November 6, AD 15 or 16: Agrippina the Younger born to Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder.

November 7, 63 BC: Cicero avoids assassination attempt by the Cataline conspirators.

November 8, AD 35: Future emperor Nerva born.

November 8, AD 393: Emperor Theodosius I bans all pagan worship.

November 13, AD 354: Saint Augustine of Hippo born.

November 14, AD 565: Emperor Justinian I the Great dies.

November 16, 42 BC: Future Emperor Tiberius born.

November 17, 3 BC: Birthdate of Jesus of Nazareth, according to Clement of Alexandria.

November 17, AD 9: Future Emperor Vespasian born.

November 17, AD 375: Emperor Valentinian I dies of apoplexy.

November 20, AD 284: Diocletian proclaimed Emperor.

November 21, 53 BC: Marcus Licinius Crassus killed by the Parthians at Carrhae.

November 27, 8 BC: Roman poet Horace dies.

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Coin and Numismatic Domain Name Opportunities
As you may know, Heritage Auctions is holding our inaugural auction of domain names and intellectual property. This is a new category for Heritage Auctions, and it's being directed by Aron Meystedt, who is very familiar with domain name valuations and development.

There are a few names in our first auction that may appeal to you in the coin and numismatic category. Many of these names are perfect for company branding, industry news or a personal blog.

Reserve prices will be posted on November 14th, so there will be no surprises. Most reserve prices will be twice the opening bid amount. Bidding is open until November 21st.

Click here to see all 68listings.

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Is it Time to Sell?  
As you can see from our recent track record, Heritage Ancients is really starting to achieve some amazing results! If you have any thought of selling your collection, there is no better time than the present and no better venue than Heritage! Our rates are highly competitive and we offer top-notch cataloguing, exceptional photography and production values, an incomparable database of more than 800,000 potential buyers, and a matchless promotions/PR department that will make sure everyone knows about your collection. Please contact Dave Michaels, Director of Ancient Coins, via email at DMichaels@HA.com or phone at (310) 492-8615.

Until next month!

Veritas et vita,

David S. Michaels
Director of Ancient Coins
DMichaels@HA.com
1-800-872-6467 ext. 1606

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Announcements  
Reduced Auction Commissions When You Resell Your Winnings!

When you win any lot worth with a hammer price of $1,000 or more (or $2,500 for Art and Nature & Science lots), you will receive a coupon that entitles you (or your heirs) to re-consign that lot to Heritage at a reduced seller's commission. Selling through Heritage is a convenient and hassle free way to maximize your return (find out why). Maybe you'll need to make room in your collection for something better, perhaps your collecting tastes will change, or maybe it will be your heirs that benefit; but be sure to save the coupon, which could be worth hundreds or thousands of dollars.

  • Coins: 0% Seller's Commission for all items $1K or more.
  • Comics: 50% of the usual Seller's Commission for all items between $1K & $10K, and 0% for items $10K and over.
  • All Other Categories: 50% of the usual Seller's Commission for everything else over $1K ($2,500 for Art & Natural History).
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Employment Opportunities  
As the fastest growing American-based auction house, financially rock-solid Heritage Auctions continues to grow and seek the best talent in the industry. If you are a specialist or have strong general collectibles knowledge, we want to hear from you. These specialists will, in some cases, head new departments and in others will enhance existing department expertise. We have positions open at our headquarters in Dallas as well as at our new state-of-the-art galleries in prime locations in both Midtown Manhattan and Beverly Hills.

Heritage is seeking to hire the world's best specialists in the following categories:

  • Asian Art Specialist
  • Classic Cars Specialist
  • Coin Buyer
  • Decorative Arts & Design Specialist
  • European Art Specialist
  • Modern & Contemporary Art Specialist: (New York, Beverly Hills)
  • World Coins Director: Hong Kong
If you are interested and feel you have the qualifications we seek, please email your resume and salary history to Experts@HA.com.

We are also seeking to fill the following corporate positions:

  • Client Data Specialist part-time
  • Client Services Representative
  • Currency Cataloger
  • Currency Consignment Director
  • e-Publishing Expert
  • Graphic Designer
  • Housekeeping
  • Interns
  • Maintenance Assistant
  • Shipping Associate
  • Web Marketing Specialist
If you are interested in applying for one of these Corporate positions, please apply here.

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Around Heritage Auctions  
Disney, Hanna-Barbera, The Beatles And Charlie Brown In 1,400+ Lot Animation Auction

Pinocchio Geppetto and Pinocchio Production Cel and Background (Walt Disney, 1940) Two rare Disney treasures — a 1940 Walt Disney Pinocchio hand-painted Key Master production cel and background featuring Geppetto, Pinocchio and Figaro and a 1959 masterpiece Sleeping Beauty Pan Production background attributed to legendary animator Eyvind Earle — and the first cartoon drawn for a studio by animation legend Joe Barbera are the anchors in Heritage Auctions' upcoming Nov. 20 Animation Art Signature® Auction and could all bring more than $25,000 apiece.

"We knew that we had to follow-up our $1+ million inaugural auction in February with something spectacular," said Jim Lentz, Director of Animation Art at Heritage. "I'm confident we have. This auction features something from every corner of animation, from Disney to Bugs Bunny to The Beatles, Peanuts, Windsor McKay, Hanna-Barbera and well beyond, spanning every era in animation history."

The 1940 Pinocchio, Geppetto and Figaro Hand-Painted Key Master Set Up cel is one of a small group of surviving three-character production cells from the landmark Disney cartoon, with this set-up being among the finest Heritage catalogers have seen while the epic, museum-quality Eyvind Earle Sleeping Beauty Background is a breathtaking example of the master's finest work. The majority of every background in the film was hand-painted by Earle himself, many of which took 10 days to complete.

Eyvind Earle (attributed) Sleeping Beauty Pan Production Background (Walt Disney, 1959)


Joe Barbera's First Cartoon Storyboard Group (c. 1935)Joe Barbera's first cartoon drawn for a studio in 1935 for Tery Toons, at 43 pages long, represents the first cartoon script written by the legend and the beginning of a career that would influence millions of kids across a 50 year career. This humble Kiko The Kangaroo story opened the door for the man that would bring the world Yogi Bear, Top Cat, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Superfriends, Grape Ape and hundreds more cartoon characters.

Another key component of the Nov. 20 auction is a grouping of more than 50 never-before-seen pieces of rare production artwork from the momentous 1968 animated Beatles film Yellow Submarine. The chief lot of the grouping is a superb and very rare Color Model Cel featuring all four of The Beatles in the full 1960s psychedelic glory of their animated avatars' "everyday outfits" as worn in the film. It is estimated at $12,000+.

The Ford Show Schroeder and Charlie Brown Peanuts Opening Sequence Production Cel Set-Up There is no arguing that Charles Schulz's Peanuts is the most influential comic strip in history, or that Charlie Brown's impact on cartoons was any less spectacular. In that vein, the Nov. 20 auction presents what can only be viewed as the birth of that TV juggernaut with the offering of a superb range of material from the Peanuts Gang's first animated appearances in the 1959-1962 Ford Falcon ad campaign, with a Sequence Production Cel Set-up featuring Charlie Brown and Schroeder being a prime example from the period. The cel is expected to bring $5,000+.

More key modern lots include a 1966 "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" Key Master Set Up cel, from the Chuck Jones Archives, estimated at $10,000+, featuring a classic moment from the beloved cartoon with the Grinch looking down at poor Max the dog over the lip of his sled, and a very early and rare 1987 Simpsons/Tracy Ullman Show key master Set Up cel from the first season episode "House of Cards." It is estimated at $2,500+.

More information about Animation Art auctions.

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MutualFunds.Com Tops Heritage Auctions' Inaugural Domain Name & Intellectual Property Auction

The domain name MutualFunds.com, potentially valued at well more than $1 million, is being offered by New York Times best-selling author Marc Ostrofsky, as the centerpiece of Heritage Auctions' inaugural Domain Name & Intellectual Property Signature® Auction, with bidding now open until the live auction event on Nov. 21.

The auction marks the first time that a major, mainstream auction house has entered the market for domain names.

"Millions of dollars of Domain Names are traded every single month that the public isn't aware of," said Aron Meystedt, the Founder and Director of the Domain Names & Intellectual Property category at Heritage. "Now, for the first time, the broader public is going to have the opportunity to experience the market firsthand. Digital assets offer a global opportunity unlike any other to the right buyer or business; they offer a different kind of asset and a different way to think about collecting overall."

Important one and two word domain names have a long history of selling for well more than seven figures, including $11 million for Hotels.com, $9.9+ million for Fund.com, $7.5 million for diamond.com and $5.1 million for Toys.com. Now, with the Nov. 21 auction at Heritage, MutualFunds.com stands poised to join those names in the top tier, in front of a global audience.

"If you're an investment business, a bank, or a single investor or collector looking for one of the prime domain names that will ever be made broadly available to the public," said Ostrofsky, "MutualFunds.com is the preeminent domain you could possible want to own. It has staggering potential for the right owner."

Domain names, as the foundation of an Internet presence for businesses, personalities and ideas, have become increasingly important in modern society for anyone looking to establish a brand and control relevant information. As such, URLs with relating to broad ideas — such as Animation.com, Bicycle.com, or DVDs.com, all in this auction — or those with just two letters to them — QR.com or NL.com, also both in the Nov. 21 event — will be highly sought after by both businesses and collectors.

"Domain names are purely digital, have virtually zero carrying costs and they offer the ability to generate passive revenue while you hold them," said Meystedt. "This is digital Real Estate. It's an investment that will never need a new foundation or a new roof but will remain evergreen in the eyes of buyers and sellers, especially if you are lucky enough right now to get your hands on a one or two word or letter dot-com, which are the gold standard when it comes to these investments."

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Sioux Boy's Beaded Hide Shirt From The Pasvolsky Collection Highlights American Indian Art

A grandfather's long-ignored collection of Indian art and artifacts could bring a New Jersey family more than $125,000 when 203 lots from the famed Valentine "Val" Pasvolsky cross the block Nov. 15 at Heritage Auctions. The American Indian Art Signature® Auction is led by a rare Sioux Boy's Pictorial Beaded and Fringed Hide Shirt, with a note on the hide tying it to the Battle of Little Big Horn, which is estimated to bring $30,000+

It wasn't until Delia E. Sullivan, Director, Senior Specialist of American Indian Art at Heritage, opened the boxes that Pasvolsky's grandchildren realized just how important the collection truly was. Sullivan was the first specialist to see the collection in nearly two decades.

"It's likely the hobby won't see another collection like this for a decade or more," Sullivan said. "There are some really wonderfully important things in this collection. A find like this only happens once or twice in a career."

Tucked away for decades was a Pair of Southeast Beaded Hide Moccasins, estimated to bring $20,000+, a Crow Painted Parfleche Medicine Case, which could sell for $7,000+, and a Plateau Beaded Hide Cradleboard, which could bring $8,000+.

Pasvolsky was an U.S. Army sergeant when he made a name for himself from the 1950s through the 1970s as a generous and ambitious numismatist who regularly took top honors in coin shows throughout New England, Canada and the U.K. He was honored by the American Numismatic Association in 1975. His passion for both numismatics and American Indian art started shortly after immigrating to the United States from Russia at age 14. He collected primarily between the 1930s and 1970s. His collection includes rarities from across North America, with particular emphasis on tribes of the North East with selections of South American tribal art as well. At one point, Pasvolsky made headlines nationwide for owning a vest worn by the Apache Chief Geronimo.

By the early 1960s, he and his wife had turned an 18-room house in Lakewood, N.J. into The Indian Village Museum & Trading Post, a roadside attraction and museum. Pasvolsky regularly brought his entire family to county fairs, schools and scout troop meetings, complete with a tee-pee and full headdress, shirts and pants.

Highlights from the 203 lots from The Valentine Pasvolsky Collection also include:

Additionally, the Nov. 15 auction presents a strong selection of early art and pre-Columbian pieces, to include a rare Prairie Grizzly Bear Claw Necklace, circa 1835, which could sell for $20,000+, a large Veraguas Gold Pendant representing an eagle, circa 900-1200 AD, and estimated to bring $18,000+, and an Eastern Woodlands Carved Wood Belt Cup, circa 1760 and depicting two beavers, a sailing ship and two flintlock guns, which could hammer for $10,000+.

Among the notable collections in the auction is a group of American Indian art formerly owned by artist Eanger Irving Couse, including an Apache Coiled Storage Jar, circa 1920, estimated to sell for $2,000+, and a Santa Clara Blackware Pitcher, circa 1910, and once used as a model in hundreds of paintings by the artist, is expected to bring $1,000+.

More information about American Indian art auctions.

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