Macrinus. Ar denarius. C, 217-218 AD. Rev; PONTIF MAX TR P COS P P; Securitas, draped, standing left, legs crossed, holding vertical sceptre in right hand and resting left arm on column to right, fold of drapery falling over left arm. RIC IV 24. Toned. 2.93g. VF
Ar denarius. Tiberius. Lugdunum. C, 36-37 AD. Rev; PONTIF MAXIM; Livia (as Pax) seated right on throne with ornate legs, holding long sceptre and olive branch, single line below chair. RIC 30. Slight ragged edge with horn silver deposits to surface. 3.38g. G Fine
Ar denarius. Q. Fabius Labeo, Denarius, Rome, C,124 BC. Obv; Helmeted head of Roma r.; behind, ROMA; before, X LABEO. Rev; Jupiter in quadriga r., holding sceptre, reins and thunderbolt; below, rostrum; in ex. Q FABI. Crawford 273/1. Good surfaces and slightly toned. 3.90g. VF
Rome. DenariusAugustus. (27 BC-AD 14.) Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 15 BC. AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, bare head right / IMP • X across field, exergue worn, Apollo Citharoedus of Actium, wearing long drapery, standing facing, head left, holding plectrum in right hand and lyre in left. Near Fine
Ar denarius. M. Baebius Q.f. Tampilus, Denarius, Rome. C, 137 BC. Obv; Helmeted head of Roma l.; behind, TAMPIL; before, X. Rev; Apollo in quadriga r., holding reins, branch, bow and arrow; below, ROMA; in ex., M BAEBI Q [F]. Crawford 236/1a. Good metal, toned. 3.88g. GVF/VF
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
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. 
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.
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 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. 
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.
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.
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
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.
Denarius Ar. Cnaeus Pompey Jnr. C, 46-45 BC. Obv; M POBLICI LEG PRO PR; Helmeted head of Roma right. Rev; CN MAGNVS IMP; Hispania standing right presenting palm branch to Pompeian soldier. Crawford 469/1a. Patchy tone on an oval flan. 3.69g. NVF
Denarius Ar. Q Caecilius Mettalus Pius Scipio. C, 47-46 BC. Obv; Head of Africa wearing elephant headdress; Q METELL before; SCIPIO IMP behind. Rev; Hercules leaning on club; EPPIVS to left; LEG F C to right. Crawford 461/1. Dark tone. 3.55g. NVF
Denarius Ar. Republic. Sextus Pompeius Fostlus. C,137 BC. Obv; Helmeted head of Roma. Rev: Wolf suckling twins, watched by shepherd; FOSTLVS on left; SEX POM on right; ROMA in ex. RRC 235/1a. Toned and good surfaces. 3.80g. NVF.
A collection of 26 Roman coins which mostly consist of silverdenarius and quinarius. Starting from the Republic and through to Tacitus, including a plated denarius of Vitellius. Interesting selection in various grades. Fine to VF 
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 
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. 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.
A small group of mixed ancients. A 'Limes' Ae denarius of Orbiana, Parthian Ar drachm of Mithradates (plugged), Sassanian Ar dirham of Kushru and two small Greek Ar obols. Mixed grades and conditions. Fine-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. Antoninus Pius. C, 158-159 AD. Rev; TEMPLVM DIV AVG REST; Octastyle temple surmounted by quadriga, seated figures within; COS IIII in ex. RIC 290a. Good silver and toned. 2.80g. 18mm. GVF.
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)
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. 
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
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)
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)
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.
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)
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