Ar denarius. Julius Caesar. C, 44 BC. Obv; CAESAR IMP P M; wreathed head of Caesar right. Rev; L AEMILIVS BVCA; Venus standing left holding Victory and sceptre. RRC 480/4. Good silver and surfaces with a nice even tone. 3.40g. 20mm. GVF.
Ar denarius. Julius Caesar. C, 48-47 BC. Obv; Diad head of Venus right. Rev; Aeneas walking left carrying Anchies and palladium. RSC 12. Good silver but highly polished with an edge mark. 3.40g. 20mm. G Fine.
Ar denarius. P Fonteius P f Capito. C, 55 BC. Obv; P FONTEIVS PF CAPITO III VIR; Helmeted and draped bust of Mars, trophy over shoulder. Rev; MN FONT TR MIL; horseman galloping right about to spear a warrior below who is attacking a third combatant. RRC 429/1. Good silver and surfaces. 3.97g. 20mm. GVF.
Ar tetradrachm. Attica. Athens. C, 300-262 BC. Obv; Helmeted head of Athena right. Rev; Owl standing right, crescent and olive sprig above. Svoronos Taf 19.21. Good metal with a patchy tone. 17.16g. 23mm. VF.
Ar tetradrachm. Macedon. Alexander III the Great. C, 325-323 BC. Obv; Head of herakles wearing lion skin. Rev; Zeus seated left holding eagle, monogram before. Price 3228. Good metal. 16.92g. 27mm. VF.
Ar tetradrachm. Macedon. Philip II. C, 323-315 BC. Obv; Laureate head of Zeus right. Rev; Naked horseman right holding aplutre, G below. Le Rider pl 46, 18. Some surface marks with some dark staining. 14.26g. 25mm. GVF.
Mixed ancient bronze and silver coins. Coins from the Greek and Byzantine periods with one Ae hard head of James VI. Mostly silvers with coins from Cappadocia, Parthia, Alexander III and other small denominations. A good selection and of various grades. Some with original tickets. Poor to GVF. 
Roman. A collection of mixed silver and bronze Roman coins. From the Republic through to the House of Constantine. Some of the silvers have been gilded to imitate aureus. A good selection and of various grades. Some with original tickets. Poor to GVF. 
Ancient Greece (3) Dishekel Late 5th Century BC Phoenicia Tyre Obverse Melqarth riding Hippocamp with bow, waves and dolphin below, Reverse Owl standing right, head facing, carrying crook and flail under left wing Sear 5911 Good Fine, Dracm Alexander the Great 336-323BC Reverse Zeus enthroned holding eagle and sceptre and with right leg drawn back Fine, Argolis-Argos Triobol 465-430BC Obverse Wolf Reverse A with AP above Fine, holed
Ar tetradrachm. Alexander III the Great. Amphipolis mint. Struck 315-294. Rev; Head of Herakles right, wearing lion's skin headdress. Obv; Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre; L and torch to left, kantharos below. Price 468. Good metal and detail. 16.89g. 28mm. GVF.
Ar tetradrachm. Syria, Seleucis and Pieria. Uncertain mint. Nero, with DivusClaudius.C, 54-68 AD. Struck AD 63/4-68. Obv; Laureate head of Nero right; eight-rayed star to left. Rev; Laureate head of Divus Claudius right. RPC 4123. Slightly porous. 12.12g. 25mm. G Fine
Ar tetradrachm. Thrace. Thasos. Circa 148-80 BC. Obv; Wreathed head of young Dionysos right. Rev; Herakles standing facing, head left, holding club, with lion skin draped over arm; M to inner left. Prokopov, Silberprägung, Group XII, 724 (V AC6/R 578) Good silver. 16.69g. 31mm. G Fine.
Ar tetradrachm. Thrace. Thasos. Circa 168/7-148 BC. Obv; Wreathed head of young Dionysos right. Rev; Herakles standing facing, head left, holding club, with lion skin draped over arm; M to inner left. SNG Copenhagen 1039. Good silver. 16.52g. 31mm. NVF.
Ar tetradrachm. Thrace. Thasos. Circa 168/7-148 BC. Obv; Wreathed head of young Dionysos right. Rev; Herakles standing facing, head left, holding club, with lion skin draped over arm; M to inner left. SNG Copenhagen 1039. Good silver. 16.52g. 32mm. G Fine.
Ar tetradrachm. Thrace. Thasos. Circa 168/7-148 BC. Obv; Wreathed head of young Dionysos right. Rev; Herakles standing facing, head left, holding club, with lion skin draped over arm; M to inner left. SNG Copenhagen 1039. Good silver. 16.71g. 28mm. NVF.
Greek a collection (65) in a small Abafil case including Tetradrachms of Athens, Egypt and Syria, Staters of Italy (4) and Aradus, a Siglos of Lydia, an archaic Drachm of Thasos with other Drachms and silver minors (13); Copper (10); also Parthian (3), Sassanian (5) Silver Drachms, Indo-Greek and Roman Colonial including Tetradrachm of Nero with Tiberius, these all attributed, along with a group of 11 copies. In mixed grades, many VF
A group of Roman Ae's from the 3rd and 4th centuries. Including a sestertius of Maximinus, a Greekbronze, a French jetton and some barbarous imative issues. Detector found coins. Various grades from Fine to N VF. 
Ae antoninianus. Carausius. C, 286-293 AD. London mint. Rev; PAX AVGGG; Pax standing left, holding transverse scepter with left hand and olive branch in right hand; S-P//MLXXI. RIC V 143. Slight uneven surface with traces of silvering. 4.58g. 23mm. NVF.
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.
Ae sestertius. Diva Faustina Snr, wife of Antoninus Pius. Died 141 AD. Rev; AETERNITAS, S C in exergue, Faustina seated in biga of elephants, with riders, left. RIC III 1113. Patchy green patina with soft detail. RARE type. 21.76g. 31mm. about Fine
Ancient Roman coins (3) Ae follis. Maximianus. First reign, AD 286-305. Carthage mint, 2nd officina. Struck AD 299-303. Rev; SALVIS AVGG ET CAESS FEL KART, Carthago standing facing, head left, holding fruits in both hands; B. RIC VI 31b. VF, struck on a broad flan. Ar denarius. Vespasian. Rome mint. Struck AD 75-79. Rev; IOVIS CVSTOS; Jupiter standing facing, sacrificing out of patera over lighted altar and holding scepter. RIC II 124a. Good silver. NVF. Ar denarius. Septimius Severus. Struck AD 201-202. Rev; VICT PART MAX; Victory advancing left, holding wreath and palm-branch. RIC IV 295. Excellent quality silver. GVF
Ar denarius. DivusMarcus Aurelius. Died 180 AD. Consecration issue. Rome mint. Rev; CONSECRATIO; Eagle standing left, head right, on thunderbolt. RIC III 270 (Commodus). Good detail with earthy surface deposits. 3.51g. 17mm. GVF.
Mixed group of ancients including some English hammered x 4. Elagabalus. AD 218-222. AR Denarius. Rome mint. Struck AD 221. Rev; Providentia standing left, holding wand over globe and cornucopia; star to right. Divus Antoninus Pius. Died AD 161. AR Denarius. Rome mint. Rev; Four-tiered funeral pyre, garlanded and surmounted by facing quadriga. RIC III 438. 6 low grade bronzes and a silverSassaniandrachm. various grades from Poor to G VF. 
RomanAntoninus Pius AD138-161 (2) Denarius Obverse as Sear 1247 Reverse as Sear 1243 Tranquility standing right holding rudder and corn ears TR POT XIX COS IIII, weight 2.9 grammes NVF (bought M.Trenerry 1983 £20) and Dupondius Antoninus Pius AD138-161 Obverse ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVIII Reverse Britannia seated left on rock SC in exergue below Sear 1288, weight 12.8 grammes, Fine with green patina (bought C.J.Martin 1984 £98)
Roman As Caligula AD37-41 Obverse C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT, Reverse Vesta seated left VESTA above, weight 9.1 grammes, S.467RIC 38 Fine or slightly better (bought M.Trenerry April 1986 £48)
Roman As Claudius AD41-54 Obverse TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP Reverse SC Minerva advancing right, weight 13.4 grammes Fine (bought S.Beach 1983 £28) along with Roman As Claudius AD41-54 Obverse TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP Reverse SC Minerva advancing right, weighs 7.7 grammes, VG a British imitative copy, (bought S.Beach 1983 £9)
RomanDenarii (2) Trajan AD98-117 Obverse IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P Reverse COS [V P P S P Q R] OPTIMO PRINC Sear 978RIC 118, weight 3.2 grammes, NVF (bought Clifton Coins, Bath Coin Fair 1983 £18) and DenariusHadrian AD117-138 Obverse IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG Reverse P M TR P COS III Clementia (?) standing left RIC 117 Fine (bought S.R.Porter 1983 £18)
RomanDenariusCaesar 49-48BC S.456 RSC 49 Obverse elephant right trampling on serpent, Reverse Simpulum, sprinkler, axe and priest's hat, weight 3.5 grammes, Good Fine with a flan crack at 10 o'clock on the obverse (bought C.J.Martin 1983 £45)
RomanDenarius The Empire, Augustus 27BC-14AD Obverse [CAESAR AVGV] TVS DIVI F PATER [PATRIAE] Reverse the Emperor's grandsons standing facing with spears and shields, [C.L.CAESARES A)VGVSTI F.COS.DESIG.[PRINC.IVVENT] weight 3.5 grammes S.459RIC 207 Fine off-centre (bought S.R.Porter 1984 £20)
RomanSestertiusMarcus Aurelius AD161-180 S.502 Obverse IMP CAES M AVREL ANTONINVS AVG P M Reverse Marcus Aurelius and Lucius clasping hands CONCORD AVGVSTOR T R P XV COS III S C, weight 13.8 grammes Fine (bought C.J.Martin 1984 £12)
Ar unit. Iceni. 'Odin Smiler' C, 30-10 BC. Obv; Celtic head right, herringbone hair. Rev; Horse right, ring and pellet below. Not in Van Ardsell. (C Rudd had an example in list 94, 2007. Third known then) Small flan with a patchy dark tone. VERY RARE. 1.05g. 12mm. G Fine
Ar unit. North-Eastern series Corieltauvi. Uninscribed. C, 50 BC - AD 30. Hostidius type. Obv; Boar standing right, with bristles on back and pincer-feet; ring ornaments around. Rev; Celticized horse left; pellets and ringed-pellets in beaded circle around. Van Arsdell 855-857. Large flan but slight ragged edge. Good detail and scarce. 0.70g. 16mm. VF.
Ar unit. North-Eastern series. Corieltauvi South Ferriby left type. Uninscribed. Circa 50-10 BC. Obv; Blank. Rev; Horse left, ring ornament above. Van Arsdell 887. Good silver, scarcer type. 1.10g. 15mm. NVF
Au Quarter Stater. Atrebates & Regni. Uninscribed. Circa 75-30 BC. Ratham Ringpole - Atrebatic B - British ‘Remic' type. Obv; Celticized head of Apollo right. Rev; Horse running left; star above, ‘cogwheel' below. Spink 48. Good metal but a pale colour. 1.39g. 14mm. G Fine
Au Quarter Stater. Atrebates & Regni. Uninscribed. Circa 75-30 BC. Ratham Ringpole-Atrebatic B-British ‘Remic' type. Obv; Celticized head of Apollo right. Rev; Horse running left; star above, ‘cogwheel' below. Spink 48. Minor die deterioration. 1.30g. 15mm. NVF
CelticGold Stater Corieltauvi South Ferriby type, Obverse blank with traces of bust, Reverse disjointed crude horse with star below, weight 3.6 grammes, S.390 M.450, found North Ferriby 1979, Fine, Ex-H.Mossop Collection (bought C.J.Martin 1985 £150)
CelticSilver Unit Dobunni Eisv S.382 Obverse Crude Head right, Reverse Horse left, EI above horse (this missing) SV below, weight 0.7 grammes, S.382 M.389 VF with some verdigris and a large edge chip (bought C.J.Martin 1984 £75)
CelticSilver Unit Verica Obverse COMF, crescent and pellet in ring above and below, Reverse boar right VIRI below, weight 1.2 grammes, S.131 M.115 Good Fine with some old thin scratches on the obverse (bought C.J.Martin 1984 £85)
Stater - Ar Stater. Durotrigan E, Abstract (Cranborne Chase) type. C, 65 BC-AD 45. Obv; Devolved head of Apollo right. Rev; Disjointed horse left; pellets above, pellet below, pellet in lozenge above tail. Van Arsdell 1235-1. Reverse off centre but good metal. 5.49g. 19mm. GVF.
A collection of mixed ancients from the Roman, Greek and Asian periods. 5 Roman Ar denarius and 1 Ar drachm. 1 Plated Attica, Athens tetradrachm and other various mixed Ar and Ae denominations. Mixed grades. Poor to NVF 
A collection of Roman and Ancient including Bronze (9), Silver (39) and Gold (3) mixed grades, eras and emperors including 2 x Solidus of Valentinian and Honorius, 3 x Saxon AR and AE Sceats, Roman Silver from the Republic through to late Byzantine viewing recommended and bought as seen, the gold reported as copies struck in gold
A group of mixed ancients. 3 mixed Greek, 1 Ar tetradrachm and 2 Ptolemaic Ae's. 1 Byzantine Ae. 6 Roman Ae provincials. 1 Ar of Valerian and 11 other mixed roman bronzes. Mixed grades. Poor to NVF 
A large collection of mixed ancients, mainly Greek and Roman provincial bronzes with an amount of small Greek Ar units. Ar Tetradrachms from Thasos and smalls from Abdera, Rhodes and Rhoemetalkes plus others. Mixed grades but some nice examples. Fine to GVF 
Ar denarius. Q Servilio Caepio Brutus. C, 54 BC. Obv; Head of libertas right. Rev; Consul L Junius Brutus walking left between two lictors; BRVTVS below. Crawford 433/1. Slight weak strike but good silver. Scarce type, Brutus as moneyer. NVF. 3.90g.
Au stater. Insuler Belgic C / Kentish A type. C, 2nd century BC. Obv; Devolved hd of Apollo. Rev; Disjointed horse r, rosette behind, wishbone above. VA -, Spinks 20a. Good sized flan. RARE. GVF. 6.69g.
Au stater. Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Wild type. C, 20-43 AD. Obv; CA/MV corn ear between. Rev; Horse leaping r, CVN below. VA 1931-7. A little off centre on reverse but good metal and surfaces. GVF. 5.46g.
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