Ae as. DivusAugustus. Died AD 14. Rome mint. Struck under Tiberius. C, 15-16 AD. Rev; SC, Female figure (Livia or Pietas) seated right, holding patera and sceptre. RIC I 72 (Tiberius). Dark patina with earthy deposits. 11.39g. VF
Ae sestertius. The Triumvirs. Octavian and DivusJulius Caesar. C,38 BC. Southern Italian(?) mint. Obv; Bare head of Octavian right, wearing slight beard. Rev; Wreathed head of Divus Julius Caesar right. Crawford 535/1. Some light tooling. 18.70g. VF
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)
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)
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. 
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 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.
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