Auction #54: Ancient Coins & Antiquities was held at the Dan Tel Aviv Hotel on Wednesday, March 27th, 2012. You can download the 90-page catalog with images in low-res (2mb) or high-res (46mb) and a 2-page PDF file of the realized prices.
Among recent auctions, #53, #52, #51, #50, #49, #48 and #47 also featured ancient coins and antiquties, #46 featured the Gershon Bineth Collection of Ancient Glass, #45, #44, #43, #42 and #41 featured ancient coins and weights; and #40 featured the Arnold Spaer Collection of Hellenistic and Roman lead weights, Byzantine and Crusader lead bullae, and antiquities. Auction #39 featured old maps and prints depicting Jerusalem and the Holy Land while #38 featured coins, weights, seals and seal impressions, jewellery, a samaritian inscription, oil lamps, glass, antiquities and last minute antiquities consignments.
In fact, every item from every auction going back from #49 to #27 in April 2002 can still be searched and viewed here on the web site.
Archaeological Center manager Robert Deutsch writes articles on ancient seals and inscriptions.
His latest contribution is A Note on a Medallion of Antoninus Pius from Neapolis: The Largest Medallion Minted in Palestine’ published in the Israel Numismatic Journal, 2010.
View the newest — and of course the oldest — additions to the sales inventory.
$490 each (from group or similar)
Terracotta oil lamps
$190 for a similar item
Islamic terracotta oil lamps
$150 for a similar item
The Archaeological Center is also a publishing house. We’re pleased to announce Archaeological Center Publications’ newest release: Teshurot LaAvishur.