Au solidus. Valens. C, 364–378 AD. Antioch .Obv; Pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right DN VALENS PER F AVG. Rev. Valens standing with head right, holding labarum and Victory RESTITVTOR REIPUBLICAE// ANTS* in ex. Sear 4104. Light scratches on reverse. 4.41g. GVF/NVF
Au solidus. Theodosius II. C, 402-450 AD, Constantinople. Obv: D N THEODO - SIVS P F AVG; Helmeted, cuirassed bust facing, holding spear over r. shoulder and shield ornamented with rider. Rev: CONCORDIA AVGGI/CONOB; Constantinopolis seated facing, head r., holding Victory on globe and sceptre; to l., star. RIC 202. Light graffiti on both sides. 4.47g. NVF
Au solidus. Zeno. C, 476-491 AD. Constantinople. Obv; D N ZENO PERP AVG Pearl-diademed, helmeted, and cuirassed bust of Zeno facing slightly right, holding spear over his right shoulder and shield. Rev. VICTORIA AVGGG Θ / CONOB Victory standing left, holding long, jewelled cross with her right hand; in field to right, star. Depeyrot 108/1. RIC 911. Scratch on reverse. 4.41g. GVF
Solidus Arcadius 383 - 408 Mediolanum Mint obv draped and cuirassed bust of Arcadius facing right , rev emperor standing facing right with left foot on captive RIC X1205 VF, Ex CNG Auction 327 lot 959 Bramhall Collection, Robert Bridge Collection realised US$603
Solidus Au. Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine. C, 610-641 AD. Obv; Crowned and draped facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine; cross above. Rev: VICTORIA AVGЧ Є, CONOB in ex; Cross potent set upon three steps. Sears 738. 4.46g. N VF.
Solidus Au. Justinian I. C, 527-565 AD. Obv; Helmeted and cuirassed bust facing, holding globus cruciger and shield. Rev: VICTORIA AVGGG B, CONOB in ex; Victory standing facing, holding globus cruciger and long staff terminating in staurogram; star to right. Sears 140. Weak strike to one edge. 4.28g. N VF. Plus an Ae prutah (widows mite) of Alexander Jannaeus. Fine. 
Solidus Au. Constantius II. C, 351-355 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv; Helmeted bust of Constantius facing slightly right, spear over shoulder. Rev; Roma and Constantinopolis enthroned, supporting between them shield inscribed VOT/XXX/MVLT/XXXX in four lines; CONS in ex. RIC VIII 96. centrally struck. 4.31g. NVF.
Solidus Au. Honorius. C, 393-423 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv: D N HONORIVS P F AVG; Diademed, helmeted and cuirassed bust facing slightly right, holding spear and shield decorated with horseman motif. Rev: CONCORDIA AVGGG Z / CONOB; Constantinopolis seated facing, head right, foot set on prow, holding sceptre and Victory on globe. RIC 8. 4.40g. NVF.
Solidus Au. Constans II, with Constantine IV, Heraclius, and Tiberius. C, 641-668 AD. Constantinople mint, 10th officina. Struck 667-668. Obv; VICTORIA TVςЧ I, Draped bust facing, wearing plumed helmet and holding globus cruciger. Rev; Tiberius, Constantine IV, and Heraclius standing facing, each holding globus cruciger; CONOB in ex. SB 972. 4.41g. NEF.
Solidus Au. Constans II. C, 648-649 AD. Constantinople mint. Obv; ∂ N CONSτAN–τINЧS P P AV·, crowned bust facing, bearded and wearing chlamys, holding globus cruciger in right hand. Rev; VICTORIA AVςЧ, cross potent set on three steps; Z to right; CONOB in ex. SB 949. 4.46g. NEF.
Solidus Au. Heraclius with Heraclius Constantine and Heraclonas. C, 610-641 AD. Constantinople mint, 9th officina, dated IY 10 (AD 636/7). Obv; Crowned figures of Heraclonas, Heraclius, and Heraclius Constantine standing facing, each holding globus cruciger. Rev; VICTORIA AVGЧ Cross potent set on three steps; monogram to left, I to right; CONOB in ex. SB 761. 4.34g. 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
Au Solidus. Constantius II. C, 337-361 AD. Nicomedia mint. Rev; GLORIA REI-PVBLICAE; Roma and Constantinopolis enthroned supporting shield inscribed VOT XXX MVLT XXXX; SMNS in ex. RIC 74. Some light graffiti in fields but clear detail. Scarce. G Fine. 3.82g.
Au Solidus. Valens. C, 364-378 AD. Nicomedia mint. Rev; RESTITVTOR REIPVBLICAE; Valens in military attire holding labarum and Victory; SMNO in ex. RIC 2d. Earthy surface deposits and some light graffiti in fields. G Fine. 4.00g.
Collection of mixed ancients some of which are modern copies. Selection of low grade mixed Romanbronzes most of which are genuine but low grade. 5 Greeksilvers and 1 Byzantine Au solidus all of which are modern copies. Mixed grades and conditions. Poor to NVF. (46)
RomanGoldSolidus Theodosius II (AD 402-450) DN THEODOSIVS PF AVG helmeted and cuiraissed bust facing with spear and shield, Reverse IIMP. XXXXII . COS . XVII . P. P. ROMA Roma seated left holding cross on globe and sceptre, in ex., CONOB Sear 4288 NEF with a few light surface marks
RomanGoldSolidus Theodosius II (AD 402-450) DN THEODOSIVS PF AVG helmeted and cuiraissed bust facing with spear and shield, Reverse IVOT XX MULT XXX, Victory holding Long Cross, in exergue CONOB Sear 4290 VF
RomanGoldSolidusConstantius II (337-361AD) FL.IVL.CONSTANTIUS PERP AVG. Obverse: Helmeted and Cuirassed bust facing holding spear and shield, Reverse GLORIA REIPUBLICAE, Roma and Constantinopolis seated, holding shield inscribed VOT XXX MULT XXXX, Exergue: SMANB, RIC 88, AVF Very Rare
Solidus Heraclius (610-641 AD) gold. Weighs 4.4 grams. Obv. draped and cuirassed bust facing with a short beard, wearing plumed helmet and holding cross, R. cross potent on two steps. Constantinople mint. Sear 730. Extremely fine.
ByzantineGoldSolidus Constants II (AD 641-668) D N CONSTANTINYS PP AVG bust facing, beardless, wearing crown and chlamys and holding globus cruciger, Reverse VICTORIA, cross potent on three steps, CONOB beneath (S.938) Good VF
RomanGoldSolidus Theodosius II (AD 402-450) DN THEODOSIVS PF AVG helmeted and cuiraissed bust facing with spear and shield, Reverse CONCORDIA AVGGG, Constantinopolis standing facing holding Victory and sceptre, in exergue CONOB (RIC 202) VF
ByzantineGoldSolidus Heraclius (AD 610-641) NN HERACLIYS ET HERA CONST PP AVG facing busts of Heraclius I and Heraclius Constantine each wears simple crown with cross on circlet, Reverse VICTORIA AVGYE cross potent on three steps CONOB below (S.738) NEF
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