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)
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
Roman. Cased collection of Gordian III Antoniniani (6) all with certificates of Authenticity. Reverses; Concordia seated, Fortuna seated, Laetitia standing, Gordian sacrifacing over altar, Roma seated, Hercules standing holding club. Very fine to good very fine.
Celtic Coinage. Unit Epaticcus (35-43AD) Spink 356 Catuvellauni Dynasty. Obverse EPATI Head of Hercules right, wearing lion skin headdress, Reverse Eagle standing, facing slightly right, head left, wings displayed, on serpent: pellet with annulet in upper right field GVF Ex-CNG Auction 19/1/2006 Lot 435
Greek. Athens new style silvertetradrachm(1st century BC). Obverse head of Athena Parthenos right, wearing triple-crested helmet. Reverse is an owl standing right, head facing on prostrate Amphora, in field Hercules standing holding club. About very fine
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