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Roman Bronze or Antoninianus Coins up to 300 AD

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DESCRIPTION; (ref; Sear or New Sear = Roman Coins & Their Values); H = Hendin; Guide to Biblical Coins

GRD

CAT.

£

Republican; 211-208 B.C., AE As; slight dishing with much wear as usual; large chunky coin with some visible detail. OBV: 'Jugate heads of Janus'; REV: 'ROMA'; Prow of ship, club above, ā€˜Iā€™ before; (N/Sear 632) Good RB2907 24.95

Augustus; 27.B.C.-14 A.D., AE As; more unusual type as countermarked 'TICAE AVG'; obverse plainly with bust underneath with strong countermarks; ticket states 'intended for use by troops engaged in campaigns, mainly Germany & extended the life of the coin'; coin VG, countermarks GF

 

VG

 

RB3025

 

24.95

Hadrian; 117-138 A.D., AE As; brassy tone but very attractive; bold portrait with mostly clear obverse legend; reverse weaker but does not detract. OBV: 'HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS'; REV: 'COS.III.S.C. '; Salus holding patera right; (New Sear 3681)

 

GF/F

 

RB2905

 

45.00

Antoninus Pius; 138-161 A.D., AE Dupondius; river find; small flan but very chunky with excellent detail both sides. OBV: 'ANTONINVS AVG.PIVS P.P.TR.P.XIX. '; REV: 'LIBERTAS COS.IIII.S.C. '; Liberty standing left; (Sear 1283); Bucks.

 

NVF

 

RB2890

 

65.00

Antoninus Pius; 138-161 A.D., AE Dupondius; river find; small flan but chunky; dark patina, off-struck with weak reverse. OBV: 'ANTONINVS AVG.PIVS P.P.TR.P.XVII. '; REV: 'LIBERTAS COS.IIII.S.C. '; Liberty standing left; (Sear 1283); Bucks.

 

F+/VG

 

RB2883

 

14.95

Marcus Aurelius; 161-180 A.D., AE Sestertius; edge corrosion & surface degradation but detail intact with much of legends. OBV: 'AURELIVS CAES.ANTON.AVG.PII.F. '; REV: 'TR.POT.XI.COS.II.S.C. '; Felicitas leaning on column; (New Sear 4816); Lincs.

 

NF/F

 

RB2819

 

13.95

Commodus; 177-192 A.D., AE Sestertius; lovely full green patina & attractive; weaker reverse as usual but full obverse legend. OBV: 'M.COMMODVS ANTON.AVG.PIVS BRIT. '; REV: 'VOTA SVSCEP.DECEN.P.M.TR.P.VIIII.IMP.VII. COS.IIII.P.P. (in ex) S.C. '; Emperor sacrificing; (New Sear 5833)

 

F+/F

 

RB2990

 

65.00

Philip I; 244-249 A.D., AR Antoninianus; old collection; very attractively toned with clear detail & legends. OBV: 'IMP.M.IVL.PHILIPPVS AVG. '; REV: 'ANNONA AVGG. '; Annona with modius at feet; (Sear 2553)

 

VF

 

RB2896

 

30.00

Otacilia Severa; c.245 A.D., AR Antoninianus; good silver with weaker reverse; striking crack to centre. OBV: 'M.OTACIL.SEVERA AVG. '; REV: 'CONCORDIA AVGG. '; Concord seated left; (New Sear 9147)

GF+/

F+

 

RB2964

 

27.50

Philip II; 247-249 A.D., AE Sestertius; large chunky coin, brassy tone with clear legends & detail; scarce. OBV: 'M.IVL. PHILIPPVS CAES. '; REV: 'PRINCIPI IVVENT. '; Philip holding globe & spear; (Sear 2659)

 

F+

 

RB2991

 

27.50

Trebonianus Gallus; 251-253 A.D., AR Antoninianus; old collection ticket from 1970s (Sydney Clark collection); light cabinet toning with good detail & legends. OBV: 'IMP.C.C. VIB.TREB.GALLVS AVG. '; REV: 'IVNO MARTIALIS'; Juno left; scarce; (Sear 2783)

 

NVF

 

RB3060

 

29.95

Quintillus; 270 A.D., AE Antoninianus; scarce Emperor; usual small flan & fairly worn with visible detail & parts legends. OBV: 'IMP.C.M.AVR.QVINTILLVS AVG. '; REV: 'FECVNDITAS AVG. '; Fecunditas leaning on pillar Good RB2901 7.95

Tetricus I; 270-273 A.D., AE Antoninianus; attractive coin on usual small flan; good detail with parts legends. OBV: 'IMP.C.TETRICVS P.F.AVG. '; REV: 'PAX AVG. '; Pax standing left; (Sear 3179)

 

VF

 

RB2940

 

8.95

Probus; 276-282 A.D., AE Antoninianus; with old ticket from 1900s, W.C. Boyd collection; slightly green patina, good definition & better reverse. OBV: 'IMP.C.M.AVR.PROBVS P.F.AVG. '; REV: 'VIRTVS PROBI.AVG.XXIVI'; Probus on horseback spearing enemy; (Sear 3379)

 

GF

 

RB2925

 

Sold

Carus; 282-283 A.D., AE Antoninianus; scarce; trace obverse silvering with dark reverse; clear legends. OBV: 'IMP.CARVS P.F.AVG. '; REV: 'PAX EXERCITI PXX1'; Pax standing left holding olive branch; (Sear3403) GF/F RB2917 19.95

Carausius; 287-293 A.D., AE Antoninianus; finder had lightly varnished which has left some white surface colouring. High grade portrait with almost clear legends. OBV: 'IMP.C.CARAVSIVS P.AVG. '; REV: 'PAX AVG. '; no mintmark; Pax holding wreath & sceptre; (Sear 3579); Lincs.

 

NVF/

GF

 

RB2885

 

45.00

Carausius; 287-293 A.D., AE Antoninianus; lovely green patina with minor mark before bust; very attractive. OBV: 'IMP.CARAVSIVS P.F.AVG. '; REV: 'PAX.AVG. '; no mm, unattributed; (Sear 3580) NVF/F RB2934 60.00

Carausius; 287-293 A.D., AE Antoninianus; standard type with nice portrait & reverse which look to be decent grade; weak strike to edges & off-struck so full legends not visible. OBV: 'IMP.C.CARAVSIVS P.F.AVG. '; REV: 'PAX AVG. '; Pax holding branch; (Sim. Sear 3562); Lincs.

 

VF Detail

 

RB2805

 

25.00

Allectus; 293-296 A.D., AE Quinarius; far superior to the picture! Virtually full patina with light covering of concretion on part reverse. OBV: 'IMP.C.ALLECTVS P.F.AVG. '; REV: 'LAETITIA AVG.QC'; galley left; (Sear 3590); Lincs.

NVF/

VF

 

RB2884

 

Sold

Allectus; 293-296 A.D., AE Quinarius; very much a low grade with visible detail obverse better than reverse. OBV: 'IMP.C.ALLECTVS P.F.AVG. '; REV: 'VIRTVS AVG. QC'; galley with rowers; (Sear 3596); Lincs. Good/Fair RB2807 5.95

Allectus; 293-296 A.D., AE Antoninianus; small flan but all details & legends intact; looks to be a decent grade. OBV: 'IMP.C.ALLECTVS P.F.AVG. '; REV: 'PAX AVG. C'; Pax standing left; (Sear 3593); Lincs.

 

GF

 

RB2809

 

40.00

Severus II; 306-307 A.D., AE Follis; rare Emperor; with old ticket for £125; chunky coin with reasonable detail; although weak, legends intact. OBV: 'SEVERVS NOBILISSIMVS CAESAR'; REV: 'GENIO POPVLI ROMANI'; Genius left; no mintmark, attributed to London; (Sear 3734)

 

F+

 

RB2538

 

60.00



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