Britain - Atrebates / Epaticcus - AR Unit (ca. 35-43 AD, 1.23 gm.) - Bust right, EPATI before and ring pellet behind / Eagle facing grasping snake, head left, ring pellet behind head (cf. Mack 263) - VF+
Herakleia - AR Didrachm (ca. 330-281 BC, 6.59 gm.) - Head of Athena right wearing crested Corinthian helmet, ornamented with skylla (K behind neck)/ Herakles standing facing holding club and lion's skin, in field to left, vase (HN Italy 1384) - VF
AR Tetradrachm (time of Hieron I, ca. 480-475 BC, 17.30 gm.) - Charioteer holding reins, driving quadriga right, Nike above, crowning horses / ΣVRΑKΟΣΙΟΝ Head of Arethusa right, wearing earring and necklace, hair tied in a krobylosand, four dolphins around (cf. SNG ANS 54) - VF/XF, broad flan, attractive coin
AR Tetradrachm (Amphipolis, ca. 167-148 BC, 16.82 gm.) - Diademed and draped bust of Artemis Tauropolis right with bow and quiver over shoulder, in centre of Macedonian shield / Club, monogram above and two monograms below, thunderbolt to left (all within oak wreath) (SNG Cop. 1315) - VF+
Thasos - AR Hemiobol (ca. 411-404 BC, 0.28 gm.) - Head of nymph left, hair bound with tania / Dolphin leaping left with ΘΑΣ around (SNG Cop. 1035) - VF/XF, a bit roughness but very nice condition for type
Thebes - AR Stater (struck ca. 364-362 BC, 12.22 gm.) - Magistrate Epaminondas - Boeotian shield / Amphora with rose above and EΠ-AM across field (all within concave circle) (Hepworth, Epaminondas pl. 3, 5 (same rev. die) / BCD 544) - a bold VF, rare coin / of all the magistrates the name of Epaminondas is the best known. As a great Theban general he achieved victory over the Spartans at the battle of Leuctra in 371 BC.
Athens - AR Tetradrachm (ca. 353-294 BC, 17.15 gm.) - Helmeted head of Athena right with profile eye / Owl standing right, head facing, olive twig and crescent behind (all within incuse square) (cf. SNG Cop. 63) - a.VF - added an AR Drachm of Alexander III (Sardis mint, lifetime issue) in F+