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ANCIENT JEWISH COINS     Judean Coin


Affordable coins, some over 2000 Years old.
Judaea or Judea  [Lat. from Judah], region, Greco-Roman name for S Palestine. It varied in size in different periods. In the time of Christ it was both part of the province of Syria and a kingdom ruled by the Herods. It was the southernmost of the Roman divisions of Palestine, the others being Galilee, Samaria, and Peraea. Idumaea was S of Judaea. A strip of Samaria lay between Judaea and the Mediterranean. The former region of Judaea was occupied by Israel after the 1967 Arab-Israeli war.


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Item # Description image Price
Anc-A1 Judaea. John Hyrcannus I. 134-104 B.C. under Anitochus VII. Æ 14 of 132-130 B.C. Anchor/Lily. H.451 G. P 12.00
Anc-A2 Judaea. Alexander Jannaeus. 103-76 B.C. Æ Prutah. Uniface Strike. H.469 VF P 25.00
Anc-1a Judaea. Alexander Jannaeus. 103-76 B.C. Æ Prutah. Anchor with annulet/Star. H.__(of 469) VG P 15.00
Anc-2 Judaea. Alexander Jannaeus. 103-76 B.C. Æ Prutah. H.14 F-VF P 20.00
Anc-6 Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Æ 19 of 134-135 AD. 7-Branched palm tree, "Shimon"/ Bunch of grapes, "for the Freedom of Jerusalem". H.177. EF P1 P2 300.00
Anc-7 Judaea. Bar Kochba Revolt. Æ 20 of 134-135 AD. Palm tree, "Simon"/ Bunch of grapes, "for the Freedom of Jerusalem". H-739. VF P1 P2 225.00
Anc-9 Judaea. Antonius Felix. 52-59. for Claudius, AD 41-54. Æ Prutah (Lepton). Wreath / Crossed palm branches. H-651. VF P1 P2 45.00
Anc-10 Judaea. Herod 1 the Great. 40BC-4 AD. Æ Prutah. Anchor / Crossed Cornucopiae caduceus between, dots above. H-500. VG P1 P2 20.00


Grading:

Good (G):  A well worn coin. Detail only sufficient to identify type.

Very Good (VG): Coin will display a partial inscription, and the letters which are visible may be weak. There will be enough detail on the coin to identify the the denomination and type.

Fine (F):    About 50% of the original detail will be visible. Coin will display most of the inscription.

Very Fine (VF):   Coin will have a full inscription, about 75% of the original detail will be visible.

Extremely Fine (XF or EF): About 95% of the original detail will be visible. The coin will exhibit general wear over nearly all of the coin. Very few ancients are found in Extremely Fine condition.


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