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9426. AUGUSTUS, 27 BC- AD 14. AR Denarius, RSC 484. By P. Petronius Turpilianus, 18 BC. Bust Liber or Bacchus r./Parthian kneeling with Roman standard. VF+. $450 estimate.
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9427. AUGUSTUS, 27 BC- AD 14. AR Denarius, RSC 485. By P. Petronius Turpilianus, 18 BC. Bust Liber or Bacchus r./Parthian kneeling with Roman standard. EF. $750 estimate.
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9428. GERMANICUS, ca. AD 18/19. AR Drachm of Caesarea, Cappadocia, 3.56 gm., Sydenham_. Bare headed bust of Germanicus r./Radiate bust of Augustus l. AVF. Germanicus was the well liked father of Caligula. He was chosen by Tiberius as heir to the throne but died mysteriously at Antioch in 19 AD. He recovered the legionary standards lost by Varus in 9 AD. Rare. $950 estimate.
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9429. CLAUDIUS AND AGRIPPINA, 41-54 AD. AR Denarius, 50-54 AD, RIC 81. Laur. bust Claudius r./bust Agrippina r. VF+-EF. Agrippina was the wife of Claudius and may have had a hand in his death. Excellent portraits in high relief. Wonderful portrait of Agrippina. Rare and choice! $9500 estimate.
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9430. NERO, 50-68 AD. AE Quadrans, HRIC 37. Helmet on column, against which rests a shield/Laurel branch. VF+. Rare. Choice example with spectacular jade green patina. Better than photo. $650 estimate.
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9431. VESPASIAN, 69-79 AD. AR Denarius, HRIC_. /Busts of Titus and Domitian facing each other. VF. Rare dynastic issue. $1250 estimate.
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9432. PLOTINA, wife of Trajan. AR Denarius, HRIC 1 ($1000-$3000), Sear 1059 (2000). /CAES AVG GERMA DAC COS VI PP, Vesta std. l. holding palladium and scepter. VF. Very rare. $3500 estimate.
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9433. ANTONINUS PIUS, 138-161 AD. AR Denarius, HRIC 6. /No legend, Antoninus, in military garb, resting his foot on a globe stg. r., and holding a spear and parazonium. EF. Very rare anepigraphic rv. $1750 estimate.
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9434. FAUSTINA SR., wife of Antoninus Pius. AR Denarius, HRIC 15. /PVELLAE FAVSTINIANAE, Antoninus std. on platform, Faustina stg. behind him, receiving a little girl held up by a citizen, while another citizen ushers a second little girl towards the receiving line. VF. Refers to the poor girls' charity and orphanage established by Antoninus in memory of his deceased wife. Very rare. $2500 estimate.
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9435. JULIA DOMNA, wife of Septimius Severus. AR Denarius, HRIC 17. /FECVNDITAS, Terra sitting under a tree, resting her hand on a globe over which walk four small naked boys representing the four seasons. EF. Struck to mark the Saecular celebrations. Very rare. $3500 estimate.
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9436. GETA, 209-212 AD. AR Tetradrachm of Laodicea ad Mare, Bellinger 70. /Eagle with wreath in beak, star between legs. EF. Scarce. $650 estimate.
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9437. MACRINUS, 217-218 AD. AR Antoninianus, HRIC 5 ($300-$1000), Sear 2048 (550). /SALVS PVBLICA, Salus stg. l. feeding snake rising from altar with patera. EF. Rare as are all Macrinus antoniniani. $850 estimate.
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9438. GORDIAN III, 238-244 AD. AE25 of Bruzos, Phrygia, Van Aulock 3529. /Hecate holding two torches standing on globe. VF+. Rare city. Nice example. $650 estimate.
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9439. VALERIAN I, 253-260 AD. AE35 of Seleuceia ad Calycadnum, Cilicia. Radiate bust r./Uncertain female busts facing. Sharp EF. Choice example of this rare coin. Original weight adjustment marks on flan as made. $2750 estimate.
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9440. AUGUSTUS, Denarius. /Shield within wreath. EF. $1650 estimate.
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9441. CHOICE EF VETRANIO, 350 AD. Centenionalis, HRIC 6. /Vetranio stg. with 2 Chi Rho standards. EF+. Choice sharp strike. $850 estimate.
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9442. 25 CHOICE EF CONSTANTINIAN PERIOD ROMAN BRONZE COINS. All sharp EF with fine detail in hair and reverses. Considerably better than image. Great dealer lot, should sell individually for double. $1250 estimate.
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9443. Q. Cassius Longinus, ca. 55 BC. AR Denarius, Cassia 7. Hd. Bonus Eventus r., scepter behind/Eagle r. on thunderbolt between lituus and capis. VF+. Old cabinet toning. Provenance: Ex. Vatican collection. $1850 estimate.
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9444. Q. Cassius Longinus, ca. 55 BC. AR Denarius, Cassia 8. Hd. Liberty r./Curule chair within circular temple of Vesta between urn and voting tablet inscribed AC (Absolvo Condemno). VF+. Scarce. This coin refers to the investigation held in 113 BC over which an ancestor of the moneyer presided, into certain cases of incest, becase the pontiffs were thought to have improperly aquitted two vestal virgins, while they condemned one. $1850 estimate.
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9445. A. Plautius, 55 BC. Denarius, Plautia13. Hd. Cybele r./Bacchius kneeling with camel at side surrendering Judaea to Rome. VF+. $1250 estimate.
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9446. AN EXCESSIVELY RARE SILVER TETRADRACHM OF MARC ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, CIRCA 39 BC. Obverse: Bust of Cleopatra facing right attired in her royal robes and diadem, wearing a necklace probably of large pearls which supports a pendant, the bust surrounded by Greek legend BACILICCA KLEOPATRA THEA NEOTERA = 'The Younger Queen Goddess Cleopatra'. Reverse: Bare head of Marc Antony facing right, surrounded by Greek legend ANTWNIOC AYTOKPATWP TPITON TPIWN ANDPWN = 'Antony Imperator Third Proclamation'. This excessively rare silver tetradrachm is believed by numismatic scholars to have been struck sometime between 36 and 34 BC, most likely at a mint in Syria where they often Summered. Michael Grant thinks it most likely that it was struck in 34 BC in connection with the great Donations of that year, in which Antony conferred much of the Eastern Mediterranean in a whole series of titles, territories and overlordships upon Cleopatra and her children. References: Michael Grant, Cleopatra, 1992, Barnes & Noble, pps. 168, 175 where he discusses the facts surrounding the issuance of this coin. Also, Burnett, Amandry & Ripolles, Roman Provincial Coinage, Volume I, # 4094, published jointly by the British Museum Press and the Bibliotech National, 1992. Grade: Fine. The tragic love story of Marc Antony and Cleopatra has been told and retold since antiquity by everyone from Plutarch through Shakespeare to Hollywood. The suicides of Antony and Cleopatra in August, 30 BC brought an end not only to the Ptolemaic Dynasty in Egypt, but to the entire Hellenistic age. Thenceforth Rome was master of the whole Mediterranean and the great age of Imperial Rome commenced. (see the coin of Octavian listed directly below for the victorious Roman ruler's commemoration of their defeat!) In spite of their fame, few coins depicting the portraits of both Antony and Cleopatra were struck, and of those struck the current type is the finest, the largest and the rarest. Coins with good portraits of Cleopatra are especially rare. In fact surviving contemporary portraits of Cleopatra in any medium are rare, and coins like the current example, engraved as they were during her lifetime under joint authority with Antony, give us one of the best representations of how she and Antony actually appeared. Here we see the strong features of the virile, impetuous Antony, bareheaded and ready to plunge into some grand new earth-shaking endeavor, and on the obverse, the stately elegant bust of Cleopatra, attired in her royal robes and jewelry. An extraordinary face, haughty, arrogant, ruthless, but clearly of great intelligence and commanding presence. Without doubt this coin type has one of the finest numismatic portraits of both Marc Antony and Cleopatra extant. This example though with the wear normally found still has clear portraits of both rulers and as such is worthy of the best collections. An extremely rare coin with only 44 examples known to RPC. $4500 estimate.
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9447. OCTAVIAN, 28 BC. Denarius, 3.31 gm., RSC 3. /AEGYPTO CAPTA, Crocodile r. This is the historic denarius issued by Octavian (later called Augustus) to commemorate his capture of Egypt and the defeat and deaths of Antony and Cleopatra. After the famous Ides of March Denarius issued by Brutus, this is without a doubt one of the most historically significant and sought after of all Roman Imperial coins, and a wonderful complement to the Antony and Cleopatra tetradrachm above. VF. $4500 estimate.
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9448. CARACALLA, 196-217 AD. AR Denarius, HRIC 73. /Caracalla stg. l. holding spear and parazonium, one bound captive to the l. and two river gods leaning on urns one to the l. and one to r. This issue refers to Caracalla's bravery in military operations, which probably involved the construction of bridges across several rivers or possibly the erection of forts. The year of issue, 207 AD, he was either along the Danube , or possibly in Britain preparing for the coming campaign. EF. Scarce and interesting type. $1850 estimate.
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9449. GETA, AS CAESAR, 198-209 AD. AR Denarius, HRIC 34/1. /PRINC IVVENT, Geta stg. l. holding branch and spear, a trophy behind him. Choice EF example. Interesting type. Surface considerably better than image shows. $1750 estimate.
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9450. TRAJAN DECIUS, 249-251. Antoninianus. /Dacia stg. l. with dragon headed staff. EF. Choice nicely toned, well centered example with fine detail on rv. $1250 estimate.
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9451. DIE MUNZEN, MEDAILLEN UND PRAGUNGEN mit Namen und Titel FERDINAND I von MORIZ MARKL, 1896. Two volume leather spines with scarce marbled boards done in the 'oil marbling' technique. Catalogue of 2743 coins and medals of Ferdinand I, with 63 plates of superb engravings. One volume text, the other all engraved plates. Ex. Joseph Ternbach collection. Rare. $3750 estimate.
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9452. SICILY, THE HISPANI, SPANISH MERCENARIES UNDER POMPEY, 1st century BC. AE20, Copenhagen 1080v. Hd. Athena l., wearing crested Corinthian helmet, P below, uncertain symbol above./Horseman with spear r., HISPANORVM below. VF. Extremely rare. Nice example with clear types, readable legend. $1250 estimate.
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9453. OCTAVIAN, AR Cistophor of 28-27 BC, RSC 218. Laur. hd. r./Pax stg. l. with caduceus, cista mystica to r., all within laurel wreath. VF. Scarce. This issue commemorates the general peace that was proclaimed upon his return to Rome in 29 BC after his defeat of Antony and Cleopatra. Of considerable historical interest. $2750 estimate.
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9454. AUGUSTUS, 27 BC-14 AD. Denarius, RSC 90. His bare hd. bearded r./The temple erected where Caesar was cremated. AVF. Scarce. Interesting architectural reverse. $1750 estimate.
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9455. DIVINE AUGUSTUS & LIVIA, (by Tiberius). AE34 of Colonia Romula (Seville), RPC 73. Hd. Augustus r./Hd. Livia l. on globe. F. Scarce. $1350 estimate.
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9456. CLAUDIUS, 41-54. AE22 of Cassandrea, Macedon. RPC 1515. Laur. hd l./Hd. Ammon r. AVG countermark on rv. as in RPC. VF. Rare. Excellent patina. $2250 estimate.
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9457. DOMITIAN, 69-96 AD. Denarius, HRIC 56. /PRINCEPS IVVENTVIIS, goat stg. l. within laurel wreath. VF. Scarce. $1750 estimate.
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9458. DOMITIAN, 69-96 AD. AR26 Cistophorus, Crawford 667. Bust r./Legionary standards. Nice VF. Scarce. $2750 estimate.
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9459. DOMITIAN and DOMITIA, AE22 of uncertain city prob. Cilicia. Laur. hd. Domitian r./Bust Domitia l. VF. Very rare. Nice patina. Any attribution appreciated. $1450 estimate.
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9460. FAUSTINA JR, AE22 of Neapolis JUDAEA, Hendin_. /Cult statue of uncertain diety, perhaps Artemis, with plumes, animals below. F+. Rare. $1750 estimate.
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9461. COMMODUS AS CAESAR, 166-177. AR Denarius, HRIC 89. /PRINC IVVENT, Commodus in military garb holding branch and scepter l., trophy of arms behind him. VF. Scarce $950 estimate.
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9462. COMMODUS, 166-192. AR Denarius. /Commodus on platform haranguing legionaries soldiers with standards. VF. Scarce $1175 estimate.
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9463. PERTINAX, 87 days (January 1 to March 28) in 193 AD. AR Denarius, RIC4a, HRIC 6. /LAETITIA TEMPOR COS II, Laetitia stg. l. holding wreath and scepter. Legend meaning 'Joy of the Times', referring to the passing of Commodus. VF. Rare. $3500 estimate.
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9464. GETA AS CAESAR, 198-209 AD. AR Denarius, HRIC 3. /CASTOR, Castor stg. l. holding scepter beside a horse. Refers to Geta's position as Princeps Juventutis. Castor was a patron diety of the equestrian order. VF+. Scarce. $850 estimate.
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9465. ENGLAND, CNUT, 1016-1035. AR Penny, Seaby 1159. Cuirassed bust holding long cross l./Short cross. EF. Excellent well centered and struck example. $2250 estimate.
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9466. ENGLAND, HENRY VIII, 1526-1544. AR Groat. Crowned bust of Henry VIII r./Long cross over shield. EF. Excellent well centered and struck example with clear portrait. $2250 estimate.
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9467. IRELAND, HENRY VIII & JANE SEYMOUR, 1536-37. AR Groat. Long cross over shield/Harp. VF. Scarce. $2250 estimate.
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9468. MARC ANTONY & OCTAVIA, AE16 'Fleet Coinage', RPC 1470. Jugate heads of Marc Antony and Octavia/Roman war galley. This unusual coin is an example of Mark Anthony's "fleet coinage," a series of bronzes in multiple, clearly marked denominations issued shortly after Antony's marriage alliance with Octavian, the nephew of Julius Caesar. The exact dates, the nature and purpose of the series have been the subject of much debate. David Sear in his superb book "History and Coinage of the Roman Imperators 49-27 BC," places the commencement of the series in the summer of 38 BC at a still unidentified Eastern mint. The coins were struck in the names of Antony and three of his admirals--L. Sempronius Atratinus, M. Oppius Capito, and L. Calpurnius Bibulus, and falls into two distinct series, "heavy" and "light." Most of the coins depict overlapping, confronting or Janiform portraits of Antony and Octavia, his wife and Octavian's sister. A few also show Octavian, in a clearly subsidiary position. Reverses almost all feature nautical themes--galleys under full sail, or figures in chariots drawn by hippocamps. The admiral's names, themes, and the combination of Greek and Latin letters indicate the coins may have been used to pay sailors in Antony's fleet, and were intended for circulation in his Eastern realm. An intriguing feature of the series is the range of denominations, all Roman, all clearly marked in Greek letters. They range from a large bronze sestertius, previously a small silver coin, marked HS in Latin and the Greek letter-numeral D, or four, indicating a value of four asses. Next comes an unusual denomination, the tressis, or three asses, marked G; then the dupondius, two asses, marked B; and the as, marked A. The series is completed by two fractions, a semis and quadrans, marked S and with three dots (three unciae) respectively. The coin illustrated here is an as, marked A, with jugate portraits of Antony and Octavia on the obverse, a galley under sail on the reverse. It falls into the "light" series, perhaps issued a year after the first release of the coins, on a lighter standard, in the name of Antony and Oppius Capito. Although this experimental coinage was short-lived and very rare today, it is interesting to note that the great currency reform started by Octavian, after he had taken the name Augustus and become the first Emperor of Rome, resulted in a bronze coinage using exactly the same denominations as Anthony's fleet issues. Achaea. Mark Antony, Fleet Coinage. Circa 38-37 BC. M. Oppius Capito, propraetor & praefectus classis. Conjoined heads of Antony and Octavia right / Galley under sail right; A below. RPC 1470. See another, lot 939, estimated at $1500 in CNG Auction 49 where the above commentary was kindly taken from. $1000 estimate.
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9469. A RARE ROMAN TESSERA, ca. 1st-2nd century AD. AE16, Cf. Gbl, Antike Numismatik, plate IX, 104. Anepigraphic, long torch within beaded border (or sceptre topped by victory?)/APPF within wreath within beaded border. Rare. Excellent EF example. $1950 estimate.
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9470. NERO CLAUDIUS DRUSUS, by Claudius, ca. 50-54 AD. Sestertius, RIC 114. Laur. bust r./Triumphal arch surmounted by equestrian statue spearing downwards between two trophies, NERO CLAVDIVS DRVSVS GERMAN IMP SC. VF. Nice architectural rv. Rare and better than photo. $5500 estimate.
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9471. NERO, AR Tetradrachm of Antioch. /Eagle with wreath. VF. $750 estimate.
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9472. PESCENNIUS NIGER, 193-194 AD. Denarius, ($1000-$3000). /PIETAS AVG, Pietas stg. l. sacrificing over lighted altar. VF+. Rare. Nice clear portrait. $3500 estimate.
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9473. SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS & JULIA DOMNA. AE37 MEDALLION of Stratoniceia, GIC 2291. Caracalla cm/Hekate with torch, dog. AVF. Very rare! $3500 estimate.
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9474. MACRINUS, 217-218. Sestertius, HRIC 32/2v. /Fides stg. facing, hd. l. with two standards. EF. Rare this nice. $4500 estimate.
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9475. DIADUMENIAN, 218 AD. AE20 of uncertain Eastern city. /Dionysos stg. l. with cornucopia and thyrsos, panther at his feet. AVF. Scarce. $950 estimate.
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9476. JULIA MAMAEA, mother of Alexander Severus. Denarius. /Juno std. EF. Much sharper than image which was accidentally blured by graphics program. $650 estimate.
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9477. PHILIP I & PHILIP II, AE31 of Antioch. Facing busts/City goddess in temple, ram above. VF. Nice large provincial bronze. $4250 estimate.
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9478. GORDIAN III, 238-244. AE36 of Nysa, Lydia, GIC_. /Triptolemus in chariot drawn by winged serpents. F+. Very Rare. $3500 estimate.
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9479. JAMAICA, CHARLES V & JOHANNA, 1540-1600, 4 marivedis. Typically worn example of the first bronze coinage struck in the new world. F. Rare. $750 estimate.
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9480. Anonymous, 189-180 BC. AE As. Hd. Janus, I abv./Prow of galley, ROMA below. VF. $450 estimate.
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9481. M. Cato, c. 89 BC. AR Quinarius, Porcia 7v. Young hd. r. crowned with ivy wreath, hair long. M.CATO behind/Victory std. r. holding patera, VICTRIX in ex. VF+. $350 estimate.
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9482. L.Cassius Longinus, 63BC. Den, Cassia10. Hd Vesta/Togate fig dropping voting tablet into cista. EF. Some iridescent toning. Rare Roman voting scene. $950 estimate.
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9483. MARC ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA VII, 32-31 BC. AR Denarius, RSC 1 var. Bust Cleopatra r./Bare hd. Antony r., Armenian tiara behind. AVF. Very rare and desirable. $4500 estimate.
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9484. MARC ANTONY AND OCTAVIAN (AUGUSTUS), 40-39 BC. AR Denarius. RSC 1var. Hd. Antony/Hd. Octavian. EF. Scarce. Surface and metal better than image shows. $2250 estimate.
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9485. AUGUSTUS, 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius, HRIC 46 ($1000-$3000). Bare hd. r./Anepigraphic, laureate wreath intertwinned with prows. This coin references his naval victory over Antony and Cleopatra at Actium. Some surface laminations. VF. Rare! $2500 estimate.
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9486. AUGUSTUS, 27 BC-14 AD. AR Denarius. His bare hd. l./OB CIVIS SERVATOS within wreath. VF. $1500 estimate.
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9487. AGRIPPA (struck by Caligula). Dupondius, RIC58. /Neptune stg. l. EF. Superb example with very sharp reverse and choice patina. $3000 estimate.
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9488. AGRIPPA (struck by Caligula). Dupondius, RIC58. /Neptune stg. l. EF. Nice example. $2750 estimate.
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9489. DRUSUS & GERMANICUS, struck by Tiberius. AE16 of Sardis, Lydia, RPC2992. Bare hd. Germanicus r./Bare hd. Drusus r. AVF. Rare. $2500 estimate.
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9490. CALIGULA, AE AS, Bust of Caligula to left, C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON MTR POT Veiled Vesta, seated on throne, holding sceptre and patera, VESTA above, SC. Nicely centered and sharp including reverse. VF. $2500 estimate.
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9491. CLAUDIUS & GERMANICUS, 41-54 AD. AR Drachm of Caesarea? GIC_. Bust Claudius r./GERMANICOS etc. Germanius stg. l. with branch. AVF. Surface somewhat better than image shows. Rare. $1950 estimate.
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9492. NERO, 54-68AD. AE As. /ARA PACIS, the altar of Peace. F+. Rare architectural rv. $4500 estimate.
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9493. NERO, 54-68AD. Billon Tetradrachm of Egypt, Geissen 167. /Eagle stg. l., simpulum in field to r. VF. Scarce. $950 estimate.
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9494. NERO, 54-68AD. Denarius, C119. /Jupiter Custos. Refers to Jupiter's aid during Pisonian conspiracy. AEF. $1250 estimate.
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9495. VESPASIAN, 69-79, Denarius. /JUDAEA CAPTA, Female Judaean captive beneath trophy. F+. $850 estimate.
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9496. JULIA TITI, daughter of Titus. AE As, HRIC_. Bust r. with hair in bun/Ceres std. l. Rare! $2500 estimate.
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9497. NERVA, 96-98. Didrachm of Caesaria, S868. /Clasped hands holding legionary standard. VF. $1750 estimate.
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9498. NERVA, 96-98. Sestertius, RIC.100. /Libertas stg. holding pileus and scepter. Superb EF portrait worthy of the finest collection! Very rare this nice. $6500 estimate.
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9499. TRAJAN, 98-117 AD. AE Sestertius. /Providentia leaning on column above celestial globe. Choice EF portrait. A superb coin worthy of the finest collection. $6500 estimate.
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9500. AELIUS, 136-138. As. /Spes adv l, holding flower & lifting skirt. VF. Scarce.. $1350 estimate.
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9501. LUCIUS VERUS, 161-169. AE Sestertius. /Concordia. EF. Superb limegreen patina! $3750 estimate.
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9502. FAUSTINA SR., wife of Antoninus Pius. Sestertius,. /Aetertinas stg. l. VF+. $3500 estimate.
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9503. FAUSTINA SR., wife of Antoninus Pius. Sestertius,. /Faustina stg. l. VF+. Nice. $3500 estimate.
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9504. BARBARIC FAUSTINA SR, wife Antoninus Pius. Barbaric style denarius. Struck by Celts or ancient counterfeiters. VF. Rare! $450 estimate.
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9505. PESCENNIUS NIGER, 193-194 AD. Denarius HRIC 3 ($3000-$10,000). /APOLLONI SANCTO, Apollo stg. l. leaning on a column, holding a branch. Choice EF+ portrait & reverse. Rare! $4500 estimate.
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9506. GETA AS CAESAR, 198-209. Denarius, H39. /Securitas std. l. EF+. Sharp strike, surface and metal much better than image shows. $1750 estimate.
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9507. SEVERUS ALEXANDER, 221-235. AE33 MEDALLION of Antioch. /She wolf suckling Romulus & Remus. AVF. Scarce. $1750 estimate.
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9508. DIADUMENIAN, 218 AD. AR Denarius. /Diadumenian stg. with military standards. EF. Excellent bright shiny surface and metal much better than image shows. $1450 estimate.
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9509. PUPIENUS, 238 AD. Sestertius, RIC23. /Victory stg holding wreath & drapery. VF. Scarce. Excellent portrait. $4500 estimate.
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9510. PHILLIP I, 224-249 AD. AE Sestertius. /Elephant with rider stg. l. EF. Scarce and interesting coin. $2500 estimate.
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9511. PHILIP I, 224-249. Billon tetradrachm of Antioch. Eagle stg. EF. Choice portrait. $1750 estimate.
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9512. TRAJAN DECIUS, 249-251 AD. Double Sestertius, 31.64 gm. HRIC 26($1000-$3000) /Felicitas stg. AVF. Scarce. $4500 estimate.
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9513. CLAUDIUS II, 268-270 AD, AE32 MEDALLION of Sagalassus, Psidia, Copenhagen 222. /Large lion stg. l. holding spear in mouth. VF. An interesting type. Somewhat better than image. $1500 estimate.
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9514. CONSTANTINE I, THE GREAT, 306-337 AD. AR Siliqua, HRIC 35 ($1000-$3000). Diademed hd. of Constantine r., his eyes lifted towards heaven, anepigraphic/Victory walking l. EF. This type commemorates his great Christian vision before the battle of the Milvian bridge. Rare! $3000 estimate.
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9515. ROMULUS, died 309 AD, Follis, RIC 257v. /Domed mausoleum surmounted by eagle. Rome mint. VF. Scarce $1450 estimate.
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9516. VETRANIO, 350 AD. Centenionalis, HRIC 6. /Vetranio stg. with 2 Chi Rho standards. VF+. Excellent patina. $350 estimate.
Available. The Reserve Is: $250. Place An Order:



9517. PROCOPIUS, 365-366. Siliqua, H2 ($1000-$3000!). /VOT V in wreath. EF. Very RARE! $3500 estimate.
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9518. JUSTINIAN I, 527-565 AD. AE42 Large module Follis. Facing bust/M, date. EF. Choice sharp example with excellent patina. $1000 estimate.
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9519. TIBERIUS CONSTANTINE, 578-582. AE Large Module Follis. Facing bust/Large M with cross above. EF. Choice example with exceptional forest green patina. $1500 estimate.
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