Ar denarius. Claudius. C, 46-47 AD Rome. Rev; DE BRITANN on architrave of triumphal arch surmounted by equestrian statue left between two trophies. RIC I 34. Grainy surfaces with some light hotn silver deposits on rev. 3.61g. NVF
Ar Shekel. Phoenicia, Tyre. C, 126/5 BC-AD 65/6. Dated CY 30 (97/6 BC). Obv; Laureate bust of Melkart right. Rev; Eagle standing left on prow; palm frond behind; to left, LΛ (date) above club; monogram to right, Phoenician bet between legs. DCA-Tyre 74; Rouvier 2013; BMC 116-7. Over cleaned. 13.75g. NVF/ Fine
Ar tetradrachm. Cyprus, Kition. Pumiathon. C, 362/1-312 BC. In the name and types of Alexander III of Macedon. Struck circa 325-320 BC. Obv; Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin. Rev; Zeus Aëtophoros seated left; KT monogram in left field. Zapiti & Michaelidou 19; Price 3107. Test cut on obverse. 17.13g. VF
Athens, Attica Tetradrachm (449-404BC) Obv. Head of Athena right, Rev. Owl with olive branch AOE, weight 15.87 grammes About EF a little grainy, Ex-CNG Auction 152 (2006) Lot 66 Walter Davis collection, realised $590
Macedonia, Alexander the GreatTetradrachm struck under Perdikkas (323-320BC) Babylon Mint Obv. Head of Herakles right, wearing lion skin, Rev. Zeus seated left, monogram in wreath, with KΛ below throne, weight 17.00 grammes, GVF with a slightly soft strike, Ex-CNG Auction 2006 (realised $395)
Parthia Gold Stater Mithridates VI 120-63 BC Tomis Mint HA in front of Athena obv Diademed Head of Alexander the Great facing right, rev Athena Nikephoros enthroned holding Nike in right hand left arm resting on shield trident in exergue GVF or better ex DNW 11th June 2014 Lot 26 realised £644
Romansilverdenarius x 2. Hadrian. C, 134-138 AD. AEGYPTOS, Egypt reclining left, holding sistrum and resting arm on basket around which snake coils, ibis before her. RIC 296. Elagabalus. C, 218-222 AD. LAETITIA PVBL, Laetitia standing left, holding wreath and rudder set on globe. RIC 95. Both about G Fine. 
Solidus Arcadius 383 - 408 Mediolanum Mint obv draped and cuirassed bust of Arcadius facing right , rev emperor standing facing right with left foot on captive RIC X1205 VF, Ex CNG Auction 327 lot 959 Bramhall Collection, Robert Bridge Collection realised US$603
Ar denarius X 2. Domitian. C, 81-96 AD. Rev: IMP XXI COS XV CENS P P P; Minerva standing right, holding shield and brandishing spear. RIC 689. 2.76g. Hadrian. C, 117-138 AD. Rev; P M TR P COS III Concordia seated l., holding patera; under her elbow, statuette of Spes. CONCORD in ex. RIC 118. 3.33g. Both coins have good surfaces and silver. VF. 
Ar denarius. Tiberius. C, 14-37 AD. Lugdunum. Rev; PONTIF MAXIM Livia (as Pax) seated right, holding long scepter in her right hand and olive branch in her left; plain chair legs. RIC 26. 3.97g. Obverse a littla off center. NVF.
Ae As. Hadrian. C, 119-122 AD. Rev; PONT MAX TR POT COS III, Pietas standing slightly to left, raising both hands; altar before; PIE-AVG S-C across fields. RIC 579c. Even dark patina. 14.30g. G Fine. Also three European hammered silver coins one of which is a Henry VI Rouen Grand Blanc Aux Ecu. Fine to NVF. 
Ar Denarius. Augustus. C, 27 BC-14 AD. Rev; Caius and Lucius Caesars standing facing, two shields and two spears between them; simpulum and lituus above. RIC 207. Small flan but good metal and detail. 3.88g. G Fine/NVF
Ar siliqua X 3 plus an Indian Au Fanam. Siliqua of Constantius II, Valentian II and Gratian. Slightly clipped and in various grades. Fanam dated 1638-1659 and is in a VF state. All in old Seaby packets 
Ar Tetradrachm. Cleopatra III & Ptolemy IX Soter II (Lathyros). C, 116-107 BC . Alexandreia mint. Dated RY 8 (110/9 BC). Obv; Diademed head of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, with wings closed; LH (date) to left, ΠA to right. Svoronos 1669. Grey tone. 13.95g. VF
Ar Tetradrachm. Cleopatra III & Ptolemy IX Soter II (Lathyros). C, 116-107 BC . Alexandreia mint. Dated RY 9 (109/8 BC). Obv; Diademed head of Ptolemy I right, wearing aegis. Rev; Eagle standing left on thunderbolt, with wings closed; LH (date) to left, ΠA to right. Svoronos 1670. Grey tone. 14.27g. VF
Au stater. Insuler Belgic C/Kentish A type. C, 1st century BC. Obv; Devolved head of Apollo. Rev: Disjointed horse right, coffee bean symbol above head. Spink 20a. 6.75g. Usual large uneven flan. RARE. GVF
Au Tremissis. Anastasius. C, 491-518 AD. Rev; VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM, Victory advancing r., head l., holding wreath and glober cruciger; at r., star; in ex., CONOB. Sear 8. Old collection coin with lustre. 1.47g. G Fine.
Billonstater. Durotriges. C,45-40 BC. Obv; Abstract head of Apollo right. Rev; Disjointed horse left; above, pellets; behind, pellet in ring. Van Arsdell 1246-1. Heavy green patina due to copper in silver. 5.47g. VF
BrassDupondius, Nero, Lugdunum, 67AD, Obv. reads IMP NERO CAESAR AVG PONT MAX TR POT PP (as Sestertius) Rev. Securitas std.r (RCV 1968v) GF extremely rare, Ex-Quinn collection, with his ticket and letter from the BM (1994) confirming rarity
Copper As Augustus, Rome 7BC, moneyer M.Salvius Otho : others (4) of Agrippa Rev Neptune, Nerva Rev Fortuna and Hadrian (2), Revs Fortuna and Eagle between stds; with Dupondii (3) of Claudius Rev Ceres and Vespasian (2) Revs Fortuna and Roma (RCV 1685,1812,1855,2348,2351v,3062v,3686,3689). First a Bold GF, rest Fair to About Fine (8)
Follis Ae. Justinian I. C, 527-565 AD. Constantinople mint, 1st officina. Dated RY 13. Obv; Helmeted and cuirassed facing bust, holding globus cruciger and shield; cross to right. Rev: Large M; cross above, date across field; A, in ex CON. Sears 163. Ex CNG 2014. Dark green patina. 23.128g. VF.
Greek Ar Tetradrachm Athens, after 449 Hd. Of Athena wearing crested helmet, Rev Owl, olive spray and crescent behind, AƟE before (GCV 2526) GF, crest shows; test cuts below neck and on owl's head; on obv rectangular cmk, possibly King slaying lion, partially obscured by crescent banker's mark, and on rev cmk. slinger wearing conical helmet. A coin with a story to tell.
Group of mixed Roman and Greek ancients. 2 interesting counter marked Roman bronzes, sestertius of Claudius and Titus Judean issue. Ar Siglos of Byzantium and 3 other bronzes one of which is a modern copy. Fair to NVF. 
Hemidrachm Ar. Nero. C, 56-58 AD. Obv; NERO CLAVD DIVI CLAVD F CAESAR AVG GERMANI Laureate head of Nero to right. Rev: Victory standing right, her right foot on a globe, inscribing shield propped on her right knee. RIC 618. Reverse a little off centre. 1.82g. GVF
Modern copy in gold of a Multiple 4 aureus of Constantine I. C,306-307 AD. Rev: PRIC - IP - I IVVENTVTI Constantinus, in military attire, standing facing, head l., holding sceptre in l. hand, raising r.; in field l., standard. In exergue, P R. RIC-. Superb detail, very rare coin if it was genuine. 20.01g. EF.
Solidus Au. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. C, 610-641 AD. Obv; Crowned and draped facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine; cross above. Rev: VICTORIA AVGЧ Є, CONOB in ex; Cross potent set upon three steps. Sears 738. 4.46g. N VF.
Solidus Au. Justinian I. C, 527-565 AD. Obv; Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding globus cruciger and shield. Rev: VICTORIA AVGGG B, CONOB in ex; Victory standing facing, holding globus cruciger and long staff terminating in staurogram; star to right. Sears 140. Weak strike to one edge. 4.28g. N VF. Plus an Ae prutah (widows mite) of Alexander Jannaeus. Fine. 
Bil.AntoninianusClaudius II, Antioch 268, rev. Neptune holding dolphin and trident (RCV 11353) GVF : Half Follis of Divus Claudius II struck by Constantine I, Thessalonica 217, rev. Claudius std.l. on curule chair (RCV 16399) NVF scarce (3)
Denarius Ar. Julius Caesar. C, 47-46 BC. Obv; Diademed head of Venus right. Rev; Aeneas left, holding palladium and bearing his father Anchises on his shoulder; CAESAR downward to right. Crawford 458/1. Patchy dark tone with an uneven reverse. 3.82g. VF/G Fine.
Miliarense Ar. Constantius II. C, 340-350 AD. Thessalonica mint. Rev; TRIVMFATOR GENTIVM BARBARVM; Constantius standing left wearing military attire holding signa in right hand; TES in ex. RIC 89. CGS slabbed. Dark tone and good surfaces. RARE. NEF
Tremissis Au. Anastasius. C, 491-518 AD. Rev: VICTORIA AVGVSTORVM / CONOB; Victory advancing right, holding globus cruciger and wreath; star in right field. Sear 8. Some slight weakness on strike. 1.50g. G Fine.
Tremissis Au. Justin. C, 565-578 AD. Rev: VICTORIA AVCVSTORVM; Victory alighting facing, head left, holding wreath in outstretched right hand and globus cruciger in outstretched left; star in right field; CONOB in ex. SB 353. Some weakness on strike. 1.47g. Fine.
Denarius Ar. Augustus. C, 2 BC-4 AD. Lugdunum. Obv; CAESAR AVGVSTVS – DIVI F PATER PATRIAE Laureate head r. Rev; AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT Caius and Lucius standing facing, each togate and resting hand on shield; behind each shield, a spear. Above on l., simpulum r. and on r., lituus l. In exergue, CL·CAESARES. RIC 207. Toned. 3.83g. VF
Denarius Ar. Julius Caesar. C, 47-46 BC. Military mint traveling with Caesar in North Africa. Obv; Diademed head of Venus right. Rev: CAESAR.
Aeneas advancing left, holding palladium and carrying Anchises on his shoulder. Crawford 458/1. Good metal. 3.95g. GVF.
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