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Photos, scans and black and white print copies are $1 per item, while color copies are $2 per side. In most cases digital images sent via email are free. All email bids will be confirmed by a return email, otherwise no confirmation will be sent unless you ask us to. In some cases a reserve may be higher than that, but it will never be higher than the estimate. Title does not pass until lots are paid for in full. For those of you overseas this may be difficult so we ask that you include a numismatic reference. Digital photos, scans, black & white or color copies are available for most single lots in the sale. In case of tie bids, the earliest bid received will win the lot. Phone, fax, mail and email bids are accepted; phone bids should be confirmed in writing. Lots may, and do, sell for above and below estimate. High bids will be reduced to 5 to 10% over the 2nd high bid when possible. Bidders are responsible for errors in bidding, so please check your bid sheet carefully. Others may receive a copy for $5 or check our website. Slabbed (encapsulated) coins graded and certified by PCGS, NGC, ICG or ANACS may not be returned for grading reasons. The minimum acceptable bid on any lot is at least 60% of the estimate. As a hub of commerce, Tyre produced many coins, and a good number found their way to Jerusalem.The Shekel was the common coin of the times and as such was, most likely, the primary silver coin to reach Jerusalem, and probably used to pay the Jewish Temple tax.

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Photos, scans and black and white print copies are $1 per item, while color copies are $2 per side. In most cases digital images sent via email are free. All email bids will be confirmed by a return email, otherwise no confirmation will be sent unless you ask us to. In some cases a reserve may be higher than that, but it will never be higher than the estimate.

Title does not pass until lots are paid for in full. For those of you overseas this may be difficult so we ask that you include a numismatic reference. Digital photos, scans, black & white or color copies are available for most single lots in the sale. In case of tie bids, the earliest bid received will win the lot. Phone, fax, mail and email bids are accepted; phone bids should be confirmed in writing. Lots may, and do, sell for above and below estimate. High bids will be reduced to 5 to 10% over the 2nd high bid when possible. Bidders are responsible for errors in bidding, so please check your bid sheet carefully. Others may receive a copy for $5 or check our website. Slabbed (encapsulated) coins graded and certified by PCGS, NGC, ICG or ANACS may not be returned for grading reasons. The minimum acceptable bid on any lot is at least 60% of the estimate.

per item, while color copies are per side. In most cases digital images sent via email are free. All email bids will be confirmed by a return email, otherwise no confirmation will be sent unless you ask us to. In some cases a reserve may be higher than that, but it will never be higher than the estimate. Title does not pass until lots are paid for in full. For those of you overseas this may be difficult so we ask that you include a numismatic reference. Digital photos, scans, black & white or color copies are available for most single lots in the sale. In case of tie bids, the earliest bid received will win the lot. Phone, fax, mail and email bids are accepted; phone bids should be confirmed in writing. Lots may, and do, sell for above and below estimate. High bids will be reduced to 5 to 10% over the 2nd high bid when possible. Bidders are responsible for errors in bidding, so please check your bid sheet carefully. Others may receive a copy for or check our website. Slabbed (encapsulated) coins graded and certified by PCGS, NGC, ICG or ANACS may not be returned for grading reasons. The minimum acceptable bid on any lot is at least 60% of the estimate. As a hub of commerce, Tyre produced many coins, and a good number found their way to Jerusalem.The Shekel was the common coin of the times and as such was, most likely, the primary silver coin to reach Jerusalem, and probably used to pay the Jewish Temple tax.

Our bid sheets offer several bidding options that can save you money, optimize your bids and see that you get the lots that you really want. military helmet, flanked by palm branches, two straps hanging down/tripod holding ceremonial bowl, date (year 3) to left and monogram to right, "of king herod" around. Note: Some characters, especially those in Hebrew or Greek fonts, may display incorrectly on your screen, depending on your browser settings. All checks must be written in US dollars on a US bank. Bidders are responsible for any and all bank charges for bank wires etc. Lots may be returned for reasons of authenticity or improper description only within 3 days of receipt. All materials are guaranteed genuine, unless noted otherwise. For our auction purposes we are defining precious metals as being silver, gold, platinum or palladium. Please view the PDF version or check with us if there is any confusion. Lots examined prior to the sale may not be returned for any reason except authenticity. The price of gold as we write this is more than 25 per troy ounce and silver is almost per troy ounce. judging by the photo, the shoshana specimen was perhaps a tad better (or perhaps not) and it sold for over 00. Usually well over 1/3 of all successful bids are reduced and over 75% of successful bidders have at least one of their winning bids reduced. "yonatan the high priest and the council of jews"/incuse obverse struck on reverse. We believe that the best strategy to being a successful bidder is placing your bids early and not waiting until the last minute. hen-1159, ajc- he2 (plate coin), tjc-s46 (plate coin).

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