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1152 Ancient Rome (43) and Byzantine (2) a wide ranging group Roman issues Silver denarius to Ae4, include many emperors including includes issues from Claudius, Trebonianus Gallus, Arcadius, Licinius II, Constantine II, Aurelian, Constans, Herennia Etruscilia, Commodus, Caracalla, Tacitus, Tiberius, Vespasian, Crospus, Claudius, Licinius, Aurelian, Constans, Salonina, Gratian, Julia Domna, Trajan, Septimus Severus, and many more, Byzantine Half Follis Justinian I, and Follis Anastasius, in mixed grades, comes in two presentation boxes, Roman Ae3 (2) Constantinople, Reverse: Goddess Victoria Fine, and Rome Bust of Roma, Reverse: Romulus and Remus and she-wolf Fine, in a presentation box with booklet and certificate £100 - £200
1153 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Gallienus (4), Valerian (4), Gordian and Salonina, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to VF, all with good portraits £100 - £150 London Coins : Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Gallienus (4), Valerian (4), Gordian and Salonina, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to VF, all with good portraits Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Gallienus (4), Valerian (4), Gordian and Salonina, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to VF, all with good portraits Click to Enlarge
1154 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Gallienus (4), Valerian (4), Salonina and Claudius, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to NVF, all with good portraits £100 - £150
1155 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Gallienus (4), Valerian (4), Trebonianus Gallus and Claudius, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to NVF, all with good portraits £100 - £150 London Coins : Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Gallienus (4), Valerian (4), Trebonianus Gallus and Claudius, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to NVF, all with good portraits Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Gallienus (4), Valerian (4), Trebonianus Gallus and Claudius, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to NVF, all with good portraits Click to Enlarge
1156 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Gallienus (5), Valerian (3), Claudius and Trebonianus Gallus, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to Good Fine, all with good portraits £100 - £150
1157 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Valerian (4), Gallienus (3), Claudius, Trebonianus Gallus and Postumus, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to VF, all with good portraits £100 - £150
1158 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Valerian (4), Gallienus (3), Salonina, Claudius and Trebonianus Gallus, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to NVF, all with good portraits £100 - £150
1159 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Valerian (5), Gallienus (3), Severus Alexander and Herennia Etruscilla, Fine to Good Fine, all with good portraits £100 - £150
1160 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (10) Valerian (5), Gallienus (4), Salonina, one with a flan crack at the edge, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to NVF, all with good portraits £100 - £120
1161 Ancient Rome Antoninianus (12) Gallienus (5), Valerian (5), Claudius and Salonina, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to VF, all with good portraits £120 - £160 London Coins : Ancient Rome Antoninianus (12) Gallienus (5), Valerian (5), Claudius and Salonina, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to VF, all with good portraits Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Antoninianus (12) Gallienus (5), Valerian (5), Claudius and Salonina, a mix of different reverse types, Fine to VF, all with good portraits Click to Enlarge
1162 Ancient Rome Bronzes (10) Sestertius (6) Nerva, Antoninus Pius, Marcus Aurelius, Faustina II, Philip I, Trajan, As (2) Julia Mamaea, Severus Alexander, Dupondius (2) Gordian III, Faustina II in mixed lower grades £50 - £150
1163 Ancient Rome bronzes (21) comprising issues from Romulus and Remus (753-715BC), Gallienus (253-268AD), Salonina (253-268AD), Claudius II (268-270AD), Probus (276-282AD), Maximianus Herculius (286-305AD), Licinius (308-342AD), Constantine (307-337AD), Licinius II (317-324AD), Crispus (317-326AD), Constantinople Commemorative (330-346AD), Constantine II (337-340AD), Constans (337-350AD), Constantius II (337-361AD), Julian II (360-363AD), Valentinian (364-375AD), Valens (364-378AD), Valentinian II (375-392AD), Theodosius I (379-392AD), Arcadius (383-408AD), Honorius (393-423AD) each in a slab-style holder, VG to Good Fine, each coin with a descriptive leaflet £40 - £60
1164 Ancient Rome Bronzes (36) Ae2 (6), Ae3 (26) and Ae4 (4) a wide variety of types including Salonina, Constantius, Arcadius, Gallienus, Maximian, Claudius, Licinius and more, in mixed grades to Good Fine £50 - £150
1165 Ancient Rome Denarius Julius Caesar (47-46BC) mint in Africa, Obverse: Diademed head of Venus right, Reverse: Aeneas walking left, carrying Anchises and the Palladium, CAESAR, 3.35 grammes, Sear 1402, RSC 12 Fine, comes with old ticket £250 - £300 London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Julius Caesar (47-46BC) mint in Africa, Obverse: Diademed head of Venus right, Reverse: Aeneas walking left, carrying Anchises and the Palladium, CAESAR, 3.35 grammes, Sear 1402, RSC 12 Fine, comes with old ticket Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Julius Caesar (47-46BC) mint in Africa, Obverse: Diademed head of Venus right, Reverse: Aeneas walking left, carrying Anchises and the Palladium, CAESAR, 3.35 grammes, Sear 1402, RSC 12 Fine, comes with old ticket Click to Enlarge
1166 Ancient Rome Denarius Nero (60-61AD) Obverse: Bare Head right NERO CAESAR AVG IMP, Reverse: Virtus standing left, foot on pile of arms, holding parazonium and spear PONTIF MAX TR P VII COS IIII P P, EX SC in fields RIC 26, RSC 220, 3.48 grammes, Fine/Good Fine £290 - £350 London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Nero (60-61AD) Obverse: Bare Head right NERO CAESAR AVG IMP, Reverse: Virtus standing left, foot on pile of arms, holding parazonium and spear PONTIF MAX TR P VII COS IIII P P, EX SC in fields RIC 26, RSC 220, 3.48 grammes, Fine/Good Fine Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Nero (60-61AD) Obverse: Bare Head right NERO CAESAR AVG IMP, Reverse: Virtus standing left, foot on pile of arms, holding parazonium and spear PONTIF MAX TR P VII COS IIII P P, EX SC in fields RIC 26, RSC 220, 3.48 grammes, Fine/Good Fine Click to Enlarge
1167 Ancient Rome Denarius Octavian (36BC) Obverse: Bare Head right IMP CAESAR DIVI [F III] VIR [IT] ER R P C, Reverse: Priestly implements simpulum, sprinkler, jug and lituus Sear 1544, RSC 91, 3.71 grammes, About Fine with some weakness in the legends £200 - £250 London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Octavian (36BC) Obverse: Bare Head right IMP CAESAR DIVI [F III] VIR [IT] ER R P C, Reverse: Priestly implements simpulum, sprinkler, jug and lituus Sear 1544, RSC 91, 3.71 grammes, About Fine with some weakness in the legends Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Octavian (36BC) Obverse: Bare Head right IMP CAESAR DIVI [F III] VIR [IT] ER R P C, Reverse: Priestly implements simpulum, sprinkler, jug and lituus Sear 1544, RSC 91, 3.71 grammes, About Fine with some weakness in the legends Click to Enlarge
1168 Ancient Rome Denarius Tiberius 'Tribute Penny', Lugdunum Mint, Obverse: Bust right, laureate TI CAESAR DIV AVG F AVGVSTVS, Reverse: Livia, as Pax, seated right holding branch and sceptre, ornamental chair legs, single line below, PONTIF MAXIM, RSC 16a, RIC 30, 3.88 grammes, VF with minor flan stress £250 - £300 London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Tiberius 'Tribute Penny', Lugdunum Mint,  Obverse: Bust right, laureate TI CAESAR DIV AVG F AVGVSTVS, Reverse: Livia, as Pax, seated right holding branch and sceptre, ornamental chair legs, single line below, PONTIF MAXIM, RSC 16a, RIC 30, 3.88 grammes, VF with minor flan stress Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Tiberius 'Tribute Penny', Lugdunum Mint,  Obverse: Bust right, laureate TI CAESAR DIV AVG F AVGVSTVS, Reverse: Livia, as Pax, seated right holding branch and sceptre, ornamental chair legs, single line below, PONTIF MAXIM, RSC 16a, RIC 30, 3.88 grammes, VF with minor flan stress Click to Enlarge
1169 Ancient Rome Denarius Trajan (103-111AD) Obverse : Laureate Head right IMP TRAIANO AVG PM TR P, Reverse Felicitas standing left, holding cadudceus and cornucopia, RSC 81a, RIC 121, 3.21 grammes, Good Fine £25 - £50 London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Trajan (103-111AD) Obverse : Laureate Head right IMP TRAIANO AVG PM TR P, Reverse Felicitas standing left, holding cadudceus and cornucopia, RSC 81a, RIC 121, 3.21 grammes, Good Fine Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Denarius Trajan (103-111AD) Obverse : Laureate Head right IMP TRAIANO AVG PM TR P, Reverse Felicitas standing left, holding cadudceus and cornucopia, RSC 81a, RIC 121, 3.21 grammes, Good Fine Click to Enlarge
1170 Ancient Rome Gold Solidus Honorius (395-396AD) Milan Mint, Obverse: Bust right pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed VICTORI - A, Reverse: Honorius standing right holding plain standard and Victory on globe, with captive at foot, M-B across fields, Mintmark COMOB in exergue, 4.46 grammes, RIC 1206, RSC 20916 GVF/NEF with a small edge crack £850 - £950 London Coins : Ancient Rome Gold Solidus Honorius (395-396AD) Milan Mint, Obverse: Bust right pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed VICTORI - A, Reverse: Honorius standing right holding plain standard and Victory on globe, with captive at foot, M-B across fields, Mintmark COMOB in exergue, 4.46 grammes, RIC 1206, RSC 20916 GVF/NEF with a small edge crack Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Gold Solidus Honorius (395-396AD) Milan Mint, Obverse: Bust right pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed VICTORI - A, Reverse: Honorius standing right holding plain standard and Victory on globe, with captive at foot, M-B across fields, Mintmark COMOB in exergue, 4.46 grammes, RIC 1206, RSC 20916 GVF/NEF with a small edge crack Click to Enlarge
1171 Ancient Rome Gold Solidus Valens, Constantinople (367AD) Obverse: Bust right pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed DN VALENS PF AVG, Reverse: Valens standing right with standard and Victory on globe RESTITVTOR REIPUBLICAE, Mintmark Star CONS Wreath, 4.24 grammes, RIC 25a, Fine with some scratches in the fields £200 - £400 London Coins : Ancient Rome Gold Solidus Valens, Constantinople (367AD) Obverse: Bust right pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed DN VALENS PF AVG, Reverse: Valens standing right with standard and Victory on globe RESTITVTOR REIPUBLICAE, Mintmark Star CONS Wreath, 4.24 grammes, RIC 25a, Fine with some scratches in the fields Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Gold Solidus Valens, Constantinople (367AD) Obverse: Bust right pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed DN VALENS PF AVG, Reverse: Valens standing right with standard and Victory on globe RESTITVTOR REIPUBLICAE, Mintmark Star CONS Wreath, 4.24 grammes, RIC 25a, Fine with some scratches in the fields Click to Enlarge
1172 Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Obverse: Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C , Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG XIV, RSC 44, 3.22 grammes, Fine with two edge nicks and a banker's mark £125 - £175 London Coins : Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Obverse: Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C , Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG XIV, RSC 44, 3.22 grammes, Fine with two edge nicks and a banker's mark Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Obverse: Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C , Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG XIV, RSC 44, 3.22 grammes, Fine with two edge nicks and a banker's mark Click to Enlarge
1173 Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Obverse: Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C, Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG XIII , RSC 42, 3.35 grammes, About VF with some surface marks and a banker's mark £190 - £250 London Coins : Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Obverse: Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C, Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG XIII , RSC 42, 3.35 grammes, About VF with some surface marks and a banker's mark Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Obverse: Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C, Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG XIII , RSC 42, 3.35 grammes, About VF with some surface marks and a banker's mark Click to Enlarge
1174 Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C, Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG III , RSC 28.6, 3.12 grammes, Fine with some surface marks £150 - £200 London Coins : Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C, Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG III , RSC 28.6, 3.12 grammes, Fine with some surface marks Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Legionary Denarius Marc Antony (c.32-31BC) Praetorian Galley right ANT AVG III VIR R P C, Reverse: Legionary eagle between two standards LEG III , RSC 28.6, 3.12 grammes, Fine with some surface marks Click to Enlarge
1175 Ancient Rome Siliqua Eugenius (392-394AD) Treveri Mint, Obverse: Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right D N EVGENIVS P F AVG, Reverse: Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory on globe in right hand and reversed spear in left hand. Mintmark TRPS. RIC IX 106d, RSC 14a, Sear 20688, 1.52 grammes, Near VF/Good Fine with a flan chip at 9 o'clock £500 - £600 London Coins : Ancient Rome Siliqua Eugenius (392-394AD) Treveri Mint, Obverse: Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right D N EVGENIVS P F AVG, Reverse: Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory on globe in right hand and reversed spear in left hand. Mintmark TRPS. RIC IX 106d, RSC 14a, Sear 20688, 1.52 grammes, Near VF/Good Fine with a flan chip at 9 o'clock Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome Siliqua Eugenius (392-394AD) Treveri Mint, Obverse: Pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right D N EVGENIVS P F AVG, Reverse: Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory on globe in right hand and reversed spear in left hand. Mintmark TRPS. RIC IX 106d, RSC 14a, Sear 20688, 1.52 grammes, Near VF/Good Fine with a flan chip at 9 o'clock Click to Enlarge
1176 Ancient Rome. Ae Follis (2) Diocletian (302-303AD) Trier. Obverse: Laureate and Cuirassed bust right IMP CIOCLETIANVS P AVG, Reverse: Genius standing left, Tower on head, naked except for chlamys over left shoulder, holding patera and cornucopia S F in fields mintmark IITR, 9.33 grammes, RIC Trier 519a, Good Fine with green patina, Constantius I, as Caesar (294-295AD) Obverse: Laureate head right F L VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES, Reverse: Genius standing left, pouring libation from patera and holding cornucopiae, GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Z in right field, mintmark ANT, 11.37 grammes, RIC 45a var., Fine, the reverse slightly better £20 - £40 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Ae Follis (2) Diocletian (302-303AD) Trier. Obverse: Laureate and Cuirassed bust right IMP CIOCLETIANVS P AVG, Reverse: Genius standing left, Tower on head, naked except for chlamys over left shoulder, holding patera and cornucopia S F in fields mintmark IITR, 9.33 grammes, RIC Trier 519a, Good Fine with green patina, Constantius I, as Caesar (294-295AD) Obverse: Laureate head right F L VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES, Reverse: Genius standing left, pouring libation from patera and holding cornucopiae, GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Z in right field, mintmark ANT, 11.37 grammes, RIC 45a var., Fine, the reverse slightly better Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome. Ae Follis (2) Diocletian (302-303AD) Trier. Obverse: Laureate and Cuirassed bust right IMP CIOCLETIANVS P AVG, Reverse: Genius standing left, Tower on head, naked except for chlamys over left shoulder, holding patera and cornucopia S F in fields mintmark IITR, 9.33 grammes, RIC Trier 519a, Good Fine with green patina, Constantius I, as Caesar (294-295AD) Obverse: Laureate head right F L VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES, Reverse: Genius standing left, pouring libation from patera and holding cornucopiae, GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Z in right field, mintmark ANT, 11.37 grammes, RIC 45a var., Fine, the reverse slightly better Click to Enlarge
1177 Ancient Rome. Denarius (3) Gordian III Obverse: Laureate Bust right IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: Siol standing right, head left, with upraised hand and holding a globe. AETERNITTATI AVG, 3.42 grammes, RSC 39, RIC 111 VF with good portrait, Maximinus I Obverse: Late portrait, Bust right, Laureate, draped and cuirassed IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left with branch and sceptre PAX AVGVSTI, 2.34 grammes, RIC 12, RSC 31a VF with pleasing portrait, Septimus Severus (200-201AD) Obverse: Laureate head right SEVERUS AVG PART MAX, Reverse: Victory flying left holding open wreath with both hands, with shield set on small cippus to right VICT AETERN, 3.43 grammes, RSC 670, RIC 170 GVF/VF with good portrait £30 - £60 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius (3) Gordian III Obverse: Laureate Bust right IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: Siol standing right, head left, with upraised hand and holding a globe. AETERNITTATI AVG, 3.42 grammes, RSC 39, RIC 111 VF with good portrait, Maximinus I Obverse: Late portrait, Bust right, Laureate, draped and cuirassed IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left with branch and sceptre PAX AVGVSTI, 2.34 grammes, RIC 12, RSC 31a VF with pleasing portrait, Septimus Severus (200-201AD) Obverse: Laureate head right SEVERUS AVG PART MAX, Reverse: Victory flying left holding open wreath with both hands, with shield set on small cippus to right VICT AETERN, 3.43 grammes, RSC 670, RIC 170 GVF/VF with good portrait Click to Enlarge
1178 Ancient Rome. Denarius (5) Marcus Aurelius (171-172AD) Obverse: Laureate Head right M ANTONINVS AVG TR P XXVI, Reverse: Aequitas standing left holding scales and cornucopia, 3.07 grammes, RSC 307 NVF with some small edge cracks, Diva Faustina I (c.141AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped AVG-VSTA, Reverse: Ceres, veiled, standing left, holding torch and raising robe, 3.47 grammes, RSC 104, RIC 362, Good Fine, Domitian (93-94AD) Obverse: Laureate head right IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM P M TR P XIII, Reverse: Minerva standing left, holding thunderbolt and spear, shield on ground to right IMP XXII COS XVI CENS P P P, 3.09 grammes, RSC 283, RIC 763 Good Fine, Trajan (103-111AD) Obverse: Laureate head right IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TRP, Reverse: Felicitas standing left holding caduceus and cornucopia, COS V PP SPQR OPTIMO PRINC, 3.34 grammes, RSC 81a, RIC 121 VF, Hadrian (c.119-122AD) Obverse Laureate head right IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG, Reverse: Spes advancing left holding flower and raising skirt, PMT R P COS III, 3.27 grammes, RSC 1153a, RIC 100 Fine/Good Fine £50 - £100
1179 Ancient Rome. Denarius Elagabalus (219AD) Obverse: Laureate and draped bust right IMP ANTONINVS AVG, Reverse: Pax advancing left holding branch and sceptre P M TR P II COS II P P, 2.99 grammes, RSC 143, RIC 21 VF with good portrait £20 - £40 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Elagabalus (219AD) Obverse: Laureate and draped bust right IMP ANTONINVS AVG, Reverse: Pax advancing left holding branch and sceptre P M TR P II COS II P P, 2.99 grammes, RSC 143, RIC 21 VF with good portrait Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Elagabalus (219AD) Obverse: Laureate and draped bust right IMP ANTONINVS AVG, Reverse: Pax advancing left holding branch and sceptre P M TR P II COS II P P, 2.99 grammes, RSC 143, RIC 21 VF with good portrait Click to Enlarge
1180 Ancient Rome. Denarius Faustina II, (c.152-153AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right FAVSTINA AVG ANTONINI AVG PII FIL, Reverse: Concordia standing facing, head right, raising skirt and holding cornucopia, 2.74 grammes, RSC 42, RIC 500, VF with some small edge crack, with excellent portrait £20 - £40 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Faustina II, (c.152-153AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right FAVSTINA AVG ANTONINI AVG PII FIL, Reverse: Concordia standing facing, head right, raising skirt and holding cornucopia, 2.74 grammes, RSC 42, RIC 500, VF with some small edge crack, with excellent portrait Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Faustina II, (c.152-153AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right FAVSTINA AVG ANTONINI AVG PII FIL, Reverse: Concordia standing facing, head right, raising skirt and holding cornucopia, 2.74 grammes, RSC 42, RIC 500, VF with some small edge crack, with excellent portrait Click to Enlarge
1181 Ancient Rome. Denarius Geta, as Caesar (200-202AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right, P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse: Geta in military dress, standing left with baton and sceptre, trophy behind, 3.25 grammes, RSC 157, RIC 18 GVF with some small edge cracks £15 - £35 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Geta, as Caesar (200-202AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right, P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse: Geta in military dress, standing left with baton and sceptre, trophy behind, 3.25 grammes, RSC 157, RIC 18 GVF with some small edge cracks Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Geta, as Caesar (200-202AD) Obverse: Draped Bust right, P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, Reverse: Geta in military dress, standing left with baton and sceptre, trophy behind, 3.25 grammes, RSC 157, RIC 18 GVF with some small edge cracks Click to Enlarge
1182 Ancient Rome. Denarius Julia Domna, Obverse: Draped bust right, IVLIA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Pietas standing left veiled sacrificing on altar left and holding incense box, PIETAS AVGG 3.08 grammes. RSC 150, RIC 572 VF with some edge cracks £15 - £30 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Julia Domna, Obverse: Draped bust right, IVLIA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Pietas standing left veiled sacrificing on altar left and holding incense box, PIETAS AVGG 3.08 grammes. RSC 150, RIC 572 VF with some edge cracks Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Julia Domna, Obverse: Draped bust right, IVLIA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Pietas standing left veiled sacrificing on altar left and holding incense box, PIETAS AVGG 3.08 grammes. RSC 150, RIC 572 VF with some edge cracks Click to Enlarge
1183 Ancient Rome. Denarius Plautilla Obverse: Draped bust right PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Venus standing left holding apple and palm, leaning on shield, Cupid at her feet, VENVS VICTRIX, 2.96 grammes, RSC 25, RIC 369, VF with some edge nicks £20 - £40 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Plautilla Obverse: Draped bust right PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Venus standing left holding apple and palm, leaning on shield, Cupid at her feet, VENVS VICTRIX, 2.96 grammes, RSC 25, RIC 369, VF with some edge nicks Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Plautilla Obverse: Draped bust right PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA, Reverse: Venus standing left holding apple and palm, leaning on shield, Cupid at her feet, VENVS VICTRIX, 2.96 grammes, RSC 25, RIC 369, VF with some edge nicks Click to Enlarge
1184 Ancient Rome. Denarius Severus Alexander (222-228AD) Obverse: Bust right, Laureate and draped, IMP C M AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG, Reverse: Aequitas standing left holding scales and cornucopia, 3.65 grammes, RIC 127, RSC 9 GVF with excellent portrait £15 - £30 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Severus Alexander (222-228AD) Obverse: Bust right, Laureate and draped, IMP C M AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG, Reverse: Aequitas standing left holding scales and cornucopia, 3.65 grammes, RIC 127, RSC 9 GVF with excellent portrait Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius Severus Alexander (222-228AD) Obverse: Bust right, Laureate and draped, IMP C M AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG, Reverse: Aequitas standing left holding scales and cornucopia, 3.65 grammes, RIC 127, RSC 9 GVF with excellent portrait Click to Enlarge
1185 Ancient Rome. Denarius. Cn. Nerius, L. Lentulus and Claudius Marcellus. Rome. 49BC. Obverse: Head of Saturn right with harp behind [N] ERI Q. VRB, Reverse: Legionary Eagle between two standards, inscribed H (Hastati) and P (Princeps). L LENT-C MARC COS. Crawford441/1, Sydenham 937. Fine with grey tone. £15 - £35 London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius. Cn. Nerius, L. Lentulus and Claudius Marcellus. Rome. 49BC. Obverse: Head of Saturn right with harp behind [N] ERI Q. VRB, Reverse: Legionary Eagle between two standards, inscribed H (Hastati) and P (Princeps). L LENT-C MARC COS. Crawford441/1, Sydenham 937. Fine with grey tone. Click to Enlarge London Coins : Ancient Rome. Denarius. Cn. Nerius, L. Lentulus and Claudius Marcellus. Rome. 49BC. Obverse: Head of Saturn right with harp behind [N] ERI Q. VRB, Reverse: Legionary Eagle between two standards, inscribed H (Hastati) and P (Princeps). L LENT-C MARC COS. Crawford441/1, Sydenham 937. Fine with grey tone. Click to Enlarge
1186 Ancients (5) includes Roman Sestertius Severus Alexander (229AD) Reverse: Jupiter seated left holding Victory and sceptre, 22.00 grammes, RIC 560, Near Fine, Antoninianus Salonina (260-268AD) Reverse: Venus standing left holding apple and sceptre, Cupid at foot to left, VI in right field, 2.66 grammes, RIC 30 Fine, a low grade Byzantine Follis and two further unattributed ancient bronzes Ae18 these both with right facing head, no legend around Fine £25 - £75
1187 Ancients (6) Ae Follis Diocletian Obverse: Laureate Head right IMP C DIOCLETIANVS PF AVG, Reverse: Genius left, modius on head, holding patera and cornucopia GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, B in right field, mintmark ALE TIC Alexandria 16a, Sear 12800, 9.80 grammes, Fine/Good Fine, Ae Antoninianus Probus Obverse bust right, radiate PROBVS PF AVG, Reverse: Fides standing left holding two standards FIDES MILITVM 3.09 grammes Fine, Faustina II As or Dupondius 27mm diameter, Rome, Obverse: draped bust right FAVSTINA AVGVSTA, Reverse Laetitia standing left holding wreath and sceptre RIC III 1655,11.52 grammes, Fine with long flan crack, Ae3 Constantius II Obverse: Laureate bust left, rosette-diademed holding globe, D N CONSTANTIVS PF AVG, Reverse: Emperor, bare-headed and in military dress standing, holding labarum in his right hand, resting left hand on shield, two bound captives in Phrygian helmets kneeling, facing each other before him, mintmark off-flan FEL TEMP REPARATIO, 4.01 grammes Good Fine, Byzantine Ae Follis Justin II and Sophia (565-576AD) Obverse: Justin on left holding cross on globe and Sophia on right, holding sceptre topped by cross, both nimbate, seated facing on double-throne DN IVSTINVS PP AVG, Reverse: Large M. ANNO to left, regnal year to right, officina letter below, mintmark CON SB.360, 13.54 grammes, Fine or better on an irregularly shaped flan £20 - £40
1188 Byzantine Gold Hyperpyron John II (1118-1143) Thessalonica. Obverse: IC X[C] to the left and right of Christ seated facing with right arm raised, on backless throne, Reverse: Emperor wearing divitision and loros and holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right, Bold Fine with some scratches and an edge crack, much of the reverse legend illegible £400 - £500 London Coins : Byzantine Gold Hyperpyron John II (1118-1143) Thessalonica. Obverse: IC X[C] to the left and right of Christ seated facing with right arm raised, on backless throne, Reverse: Emperor wearing divitision and loros and holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right, Bold Fine with some scratches and an edge crack, much of the reverse legend illegible Click to Enlarge London Coins : Byzantine Gold Hyperpyron John II (1118-1143) Thessalonica. Obverse: IC X[C] to the left and right of Christ seated facing with right arm raised, on backless throne, Reverse: Emperor wearing divitision and loros and holding labarum and akakia, being crowned by Mary, nimbate, on right, Bold Fine with some scratches and an edge crack, much of the reverse legend illegible Click to Enlarge
1189 Byzantine Gold Solidus Anastasius (491-518AD), Constantinople Mint, Obverse: Helmeted and cuirassed bust three-quarters facing to right, holding spear over right shoulder and shield on left arm, DN ANASTA-SIVS PP AVG, Reverse: Victory standing left holding a long jewelled cross, with star in right field, VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter I, in exergue: mintmark CONOB, 4.49 grammes, Sear Byz.3, GVF, comes with two old tickets £650 - £750 London Coins : Byzantine Gold Solidus Anastasius (491-518AD), Constantinople Mint, Obverse: Helmeted and cuirassed bust three-quarters facing to right, holding spear over right shoulder and shield on left arm, DN ANASTA-SIVS PP AVG, Reverse: Victory standing left holding a long jewelled cross, with star in right field, VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter I, in exergue:  mintmark CONOB, 4.49 grammes, Sear Byz.3, GVF, comes with two old tickets Click to Enlarge London Coins : Byzantine Gold Solidus Anastasius (491-518AD), Constantinople Mint, Obverse: Helmeted and cuirassed bust three-quarters facing to right, holding spear over right shoulder and shield on left arm, DN ANASTA-SIVS PP AVG, Reverse: Victory standing left holding a long jewelled cross, with star in right field, VICTORI-A AVGGG and officina letter I, in exergue:  mintmark CONOB, 4.49 grammes, Sear Byz.3, GVF, comes with two old tickets Click to Enlarge
1190 Celtic Gold Stater - Corieltauvi South Ferriby type (c.50BC - 30AD) Obverse: Devolved head of Apollo right, Reverse: Disjointed horse 'anchor' above, star below, 16-19mm diameter, rose gold, 5.60 grammes, S.390 Good Fine £200 - £350 London Coins : Celtic Gold Stater - Corieltauvi South Ferriby type (c.50BC - 30AD) Obverse: Devolved head of Apollo right, Reverse: Disjointed horse 'anchor' above, star below, 16-19mm diameter, rose gold, 5.60 grammes, S.390 Good Fine Click to Enlarge London Coins : Celtic Gold Stater - Corieltauvi South Ferriby type (c.50BC - 30AD) Obverse: Devolved head of Apollo right, Reverse: Disjointed horse 'anchor' above, star below, 16-19mm diameter, rose gold, 5.60 grammes, S.390 Good Fine Click to Enlarge
1191 Celtic Gold Stater Gallo-Belgic issue 15-16mm diameter, Ambiani (c.60-50BC) Gallic War issue, uninscribed coinage, uniface, Obverse: Horse right, with pellet below S.11, 6.11 grammes, VF and pleasing £500 - £750 London Coins : Celtic Gold Stater Gallo-Belgic issue 15-16mm diameter, Ambiani (c.60-50BC) Gallic War issue, uninscribed coinage, uniface, Obverse: Horse right, with pellet below S.11, 6.11 grammes, VF and pleasing Click to Enlarge London Coins : Celtic Gold Stater Gallo-Belgic issue 15-16mm diameter, Ambiani (c.60-50BC) Gallic War issue, uninscribed coinage, uniface, Obverse: Horse right, with pellet below S.11, 6.11 grammes, VF and pleasing Click to Enlarge
1192 Celtic Gold Stater Gallo-Belgic issue 24-26mm diameter, Imported Coinage 'Bellovaci', Sills Class 4a, c.175-120BC. Obverse: Draped Bust of Apollo left, with elaborate hairstyle, face framed by three crescent moons, with hooked hairbar. Reverse: Stylised horse to left, winged charioteer and five-pointed star above, complex double-rosette motif below, with arrow to left. Two pellets in annulets on exergue line. 7.64 grammes, S.2var, VA 12var. VF or better on a generous flan with some weakness in places, the obverse shows the full face, weakly struck on the cloak lines, with excellent face and hair detail, an extremely rare type with all the key identifiers in place (Complex double rosette, arrow and star, and the two pellets in annulets) the arrow a little weak. A similar type (Ex-Burford Collection) was auctioned in 2018 where it was stated to be one of only 14 recorded, with 5 examples in museums, and one of only three offered for public sale since 1975. (realised £3000 hammer price.) This piece is in superior grade in many aspects. An important and extremely rare piece, one of the earliest coins of the British Isles £1,000 - £3,000 London Coins : Celtic Gold Stater Gallo-Belgic issue 24-26mm diameter, Imported Coinage 'Bellovaci', Sills Class 4a, c.175-120BC. Obverse: Draped Bust of Apollo left, with elaborate hairstyle, face framed by three crescent moons, with hooked hairbar. Reverse: Stylised horse to left, winged charioteer and five-pointed star above, complex double-rosette motif below, with arrow to left. Two pellets in annulets on exergue line. 7.64 grammes, S.2var, VA 12var. VF or better on a generous flan with some weakness in places, the obverse shows the full face, weakly struck on the cloak lines, with excellent face and hair detail, an extremely rare type with all the key identifiers in place (Complex double rosette, arrow and star, and the two pellets in annulets) the arrow a little weak. A similar type (Ex-Burford Collection) was auctioned in 2018 where it was stated to be one of only 14 recorded, with 5 examples in museums, and one of only three offered for public sale since 1975. (realised £3000 hammer price.) This piece is in superior grade in many aspects. An important and extremely rare piece, one of the earliest coins of the British Isles Click to Enlarge London Coins : Celtic Gold Stater Gallo-Belgic issue 24-26mm diameter, Imported Coinage 'Bellovaci', Sills Class 4a, c.175-120BC. Obverse: Draped Bust of Apollo left, with elaborate hairstyle, face framed by three crescent moons, with hooked hairbar. Reverse: Stylised horse to left, winged charioteer and five-pointed star above, complex double-rosette motif below, with arrow to left. Two pellets in annulets on exergue line. 7.64 grammes, S.2var, VA 12var. VF or better on a generous flan with some weakness in places, the obverse shows the full face, weakly struck on the cloak lines, with excellent face and hair detail, an extremely rare type with all the key identifiers in place (Complex double rosette, arrow and star, and the two pellets in annulets) the arrow a little weak. A similar type (Ex-Burford Collection) was auctioned in 2018 where it was stated to be one of only 14 recorded, with 5 examples in museums, and one of only three offered for public sale since 1975. (realised £3000 hammer price.) This piece is in superior grade in many aspects. An important and extremely rare piece, one of the earliest coins of the British Isles Click to Enlarge
1193 Celtic Silver Stater Durotriges 'White Gold' type, Obverse: Crude wreathed head right, Reverse: Horse left with pellets above, 5.86 grammes, S.365, Van Arsdell 1235 Good VF a well-defined example £250 - £350 London Coins : Celtic Silver Stater Durotriges 'White Gold' type, Obverse: Crude wreathed head right, Reverse: Horse left with pellets above, 5.86 grammes, S.365, Van Arsdell 1235 Good VF a well-defined example Click to Enlarge London Coins : Celtic Silver Stater Durotriges 'White Gold' type, Obverse: Crude wreathed head right, Reverse: Horse left with pellets above, 5.86 grammes, S.365, Van Arsdell 1235 Good VF a well-defined example Click to Enlarge
1194 Sceatta Eadberht 737-758 S. 847 reverse stylised Stag Good Fine with some surface corrosion £100 - £120 London Coins : Sceatta Eadberht 737-758 S. 847 reverse stylised Stag Good Fine with some surface corrosion Click to Enlarge London Coins : Sceatta Eadberht 737-758 S. 847 reverse stylised Stag Good Fine with some surface corrosion Click to Enlarge

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