Ae sestertius. Lucius Verus. C, 161-169 AD. Rome. Rev; Lucius Verus and Marcus Aurelius, both togate, standing facing one another, clasping right hands, COS II in exergue. RIC (Aurelius) 1309. Dark patina. 22.55g. NVF
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
Ae sestertius. Marcus Aurelius. C, 139-161 AD. Rome mint. Struck AD 145. Rev; VOTA PVBLICA SC; Faustina and Marcus Aurelius standing vis-à-vis, clasping right hands; behind them stands Concordia placing her hands on their shoulders. RIC III 1253a. Dark patina. 24.91g. G Fine
BrassDupondius, Nero, Lugdunum, 67AD, Obv. reads IMP NERO CAESAR AVG PONT MAX TR POT PP (as Sestertius) Rev. Securitas std.r (RCV 1968v) GF extremely rare, Ex-Quinn collection, with his ticket and letter from the BM (1994) confirming rarity
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.
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 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
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)
Caracalla Ae Sestertius laureate bust right. Rome AD 210. R. PONTIF TRPXIII COS III SC. Caracalla and Geta standing right and left sacrificing over altar, Concordia behind. RIC 452. Very fine, but with cuprite encrustation on obverse with some verdigris.
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