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.
Denarius Ar. Q. Servilius Caepio Brutus. C, 54 BC. Rome mint. Obv; Bare head of L. Junius Brutus right; BRVTVS.. Rev; Bare head of C. Servilius Ahala right; AHALA. Crawford 433/2. Toned. 4.04g. G Fine/VF.
Greek Ar (11) Stater Corcyra , 450-400BC, cow and calf, rev. stellate pattern, club behind, K before (GCV 2007v) NVF: Fifth Stater Philip II Macedon c.,350BC (GCV 6689) VF: Tetrdrachm Alexander the Great, mint of Aradus, GF weak before face: Hemidrachms (2) Kolchis c.400BC (GCV 3628) GF, and Cherronesos, Thrace C.400BC, obv. lion (GCV 1602) VF: Drachm Epidamnos-Dyrrachium after 229BC (GCV 1899) VF: Half Shekel Tyre 10/11AD (GCV 3921v, Prieur no examples) F scarce: minors (4) all damaged described on tickets including a rare issue commemorating the defeat of Carthage by Syracuse (11)
Phoenicia (2) Silver One Twelfth Shekel, Tyre (c.400-360BC) Obverse Melqarth riding on Hippocamp., dolphin below, Reverse Owl Standing, head facing , cable border Sear 5913 Fine, One Eighth Shekel Sidon, Obverse War Galley with zigzag waves below, Reverse Bearded Deity about to slay lion Sear 5940 Fine
Solidus Au. Constans II, with Constantine IV, Heraclius, and Tiberius. C, 641-668 AD. Constantinople mint, 10th officina. Struck 667-668. Obv; VICTORIA TVςЧ I, Draped bust facing, wearing plumed helmet and holding globus cruciger. Rev; Tiberius, Constantine IV, and Heraclius standing facing, each holding globus cruciger; CONOB in ex. SB 972. 4.41g. NEF.
Solidus Au. Constans II. C, 648-649 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv; ∂ N CONSτAN–τINЧS P P AV·, crowned bust facing, bearded and wearing chlamys, holding globus cruciger in right hand. Rev; VICTORIA AVςЧ, cross potent set on three steps; Z to right; CONOB in ex. SB 949. 4.46g. NEF.
Solidus Au. Constantius II. C, 351-355 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv; Helmeted bust of Constantius facing slightly right, spear over shoulder. Rev; Roma and Constantinopolis enthroned, supporting between them shield inscribed VOT/XXX/MVLT/XXXX in four lines; CONS in ex. RIC VIII 96. centrally struck. 4.31g. NVF.
Solidus Au. Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. C, 610-641 AD. Constantinople mint, 9th officina, dated IY 10 (AD 636/7). Obv; Crowned figures of Heraclonas, Heraclius, and Heraclius Constantine standing facing, each holding globus cruciger. Rev; VICTORIA AVGЧ Cross potent set on three steps; monogram to left, I to right; CONOB in ex. SB 761. 4.34g. NVF
Solidus Au. Honorius. C, 393-423 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: D N HONORIVS P F AVG; Diademed, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing slightly right, holding spear and shield decorated with horseman motif. Rev: CONCORDIA AVGGG Z / CONOB; Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, foot set on prow, holding sceptre and Victory on globe. RIC 8. 4.40g. NVF.
Tetradrachm Ar. Kings of Thrace. Lysimachos. C, 305-281 BC. Obv; Head of Alexander the Great wearing the horns of Ammon. Rev; Athena std l holding Nike and spear. Muller Lysimachos 314. Good metal. 16.86g. NVF/G Fine.
Ar Denarii (4) Elagabalus, Rome 220, rev. Sol advancing l. star in field (RCV 7533) VF or better, obv. off-centre: Julia Paula, Antioch 219 rev Venus std l. holding apple (RCV 7658) GVF with a small flan split : Julia Soaemias, Rome 220, rev Venus stg l. star in field (RCV 7719) GVF : Julia Maesa, Rome 218, rev Fecunditas stg l. child at feet (RCV 7749) GVF (4)
Ar Denarii (2) Maximinus I, Rome 235, rev Providentia stg.l. globe at feet (RCV 8315) NEF, big chin portrait: Maximus Caesar, Rome 236, rev Maximus stg.l. holding baton and spear, two standards behind (RCV 8406) VF, scarce, ex W.C.Boyd with his ticket (2)
Bil.Antoniniani (2) Claudius II, Antioch 268, rev. Neptune holding dolphin and trident (RCV 11353) GVF : Quintillus, Rome 270, rev. Fides Militum (RCV 11440) GVF much silvering, scarce: with a Bil. Half Follis of Divus Claudius II struck by Constantine I, Thessalonica 217, rev. Claudius std.l. on curule chair (RCV 16399) NVF scarce (3)
Bil.Antoninianus Probus, Cyzicus c.277, obv. VIRTUS PROBI AVG helmeted bust l. carrying spear and shield ornamented with galloping horseman, rev. ADVENTVS PROBI AVG emperor on horseback l. with raised hand, captive before, S in ex. (RCV 11955v ; RIC 904v) An outstanding example, EF silvered and richly toned, rare, ex W.C.Boyd with his ticket, bt.Spink Dec.1893
Bil.Antoninianus Maximian, Lugdunum 289, rev. Hercules strangling the Nemean lion (RCV 13197v; RIC 454) GVF: Ae post-reform radiates (2) Galerius Valerius Caesar, Cyzicus 295 rev. Galerius receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter (RCV 14415) GVF: Severus II Caesar, Alexandria 305, rev. same type, ALE in ex (RCV 14649) Portrait GVF with a small edge flaw, scarce: Bil.Follis reduced module Maximinus II, Alexandria 312, rev. Genius holding head of Serapis (RCV 14843) GVF (4)
Bil. Centenionales (2) Fausta, Cyzicus 325, rev. Fausta holding her two sons (RCV 16578) GVF: Helena, Alexandria 328, rev. Helena stg.l. holding branch (RCV 16631) EF with full silvering: Bil. Reduced Centenionalis Theodora, Trier 337, rev. Pietas clasping child to breast (RCV 17501) VF (3)
Bil. Centenionales (2) Crispus Caesar, London 322, cuiraissed and armed bust l. in ornamented helmet rev. altar inscribed VOT/IS/XX, PLON in ex. (RCV 16726) GVF: Constantine II Caesar, London 321, cuiraissed bust l. rev. as last, P-A in field (RCV 17150) GVF, both ex Langtoft hoard DNW 13/3/02: Bil. Light Maiorina Constans, Siscia 348, cuiraissed bust l. holding globe, rev soldier leading captive from hut (RCV 18691) GVF with small flan split on shoulder (3)
A small group of mostly detector finds but include an Ar obol of Sikyon and a copy of a Justinian follis. The detector finds consist of small bronze and copper tokens but there is a lead Papal Bulla of Alexander IIII which is slightly bent but of good detail.
Collection of Greek and Romansilvers and bronzes. 45 Roman bronze and silver from the Republic through to the 4th century AD, examples from Augustus and Allectus noted. 6 bronze coins from the Greek and Asian provinces. Mixed grades and conditions, varied selection.  Poor to NVF.
Collection of Greek and Romansilvers and bronzes. Roman bronze and silver from the Republic through to the 4th century AD, a small module dupondius of Trajan included. Bronze coins from the Greek and Byzantines included. Mixed grades and conditions, varied selection.  Poor to NVF.
Gold Stater, 1st Century, Koson (Dacian King) 19mm diameter, Obverse: outer pearl circle, three men walking left - legend KOΣΩN in exergue, weight 8.3 grammes, Reverse: outer beaded circle, eagle facing right with wings spread, perched on sceptre and clenching a laurel wreath EF
Ae sestertius “Paduan” Julius Caesarmedal by Giovanni Cavino, 1500-1570. Obv; Laureate head right. Rev; Fasces and caduceus in saltire; axe, globe, and clasped hands around. Klawans 3. In an as found detector condition. Interesting piece. 18.20g. 34mm. G Fine.
Collection of mixed ancients. Most are Romanimperial and provincial bronzes with some Greeksilvers. Mostly identified in old collection packets. Mixed grades and of an average quality but worth a look.  Poor to Fine.
Collection of Romansilverdenarius. C, 1st BC-3rd century AD. From the Republic through to Elagabalus. All identified. Mixed grades and conditions, some collectable grades.  Fine to VF. Also includes 'Roman Coins and their values' by David Sear 1981 edition.
Tetradrachm Ar. Lydia. Tralles. C, 128-85 BC. Obv; Cista Mystica with serpent, all within ivy wreath. Rev; Bow case with serpent, magistrates name above. Waddington, Inventory 6994. Rare variety. Surfaces a little grainy. 12.45g. NVF
Antoninianus Ae. Carausius. C, 286-293 AD. Rev; ROMA MILIT(VM?) Romulus and Remus suckling She wolf. Unpublished type, now recorded with the British museum, so unique .Good surfaces with an even green patina. 3.21g. GVF
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