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Each and every item I sell is unconditionally guaranteed to be genuine and as described. If in the unlikely event that an item is found be a reproduction, full return privileges are extended for life .

 

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Licinius Follis "Jupiter" Licinius AD 308-324 Follis "Jupiter, the savior" Obv: IMP LIC LICINIVS PF AVG - Laureate head right Rev: IOVI CON-SERVATORI - Jupiter standing front, head left, holding victory and scepter, to left and at feet, an eagle with a wreath held up in it's beak. Lfield: (ALPHA) Exe: SIS. 3.5gm. Siscia mint AD 313 = RIC VI, 229a, page 484 officina 4 (r1), EF++

50$

 

 

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Roman Empire. Vespasian. A.D. 69-79. AR Denarius. 3.310 grams. Struck in Rome A.D. 70-72. Obverse: IMP. CAES. VESP. AVG. P. M. Head, laureate, r. Reverse: TRI. POT. Vesta seated l., holding simpulum. RIC 19, 37. Cohen 56.

33$

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Roman Empire. Vespasian. A.D. 69-79. AR Denarius. 3.326 grams. Struck in Rome A.D. 77-8. Obverse: CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG. Head, laureate, L. Reverse: IMP. XIX. Modius with corn-ears and poppies. RIC 27, 110. Cohen 216.

33$


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Very Rare Domitian AE

Mysia, Kyzikos. Domitian. 81-96 AD. Æ 20mm (5.18 gm). DOMITIONOKAICAP CE GERMANIKOC,
laureate head right / EPI DL AGNIOU CTPA KUZIKHNWN, cyzicus  standing left,
holding spear and resting arm on hip. RPC II 886 var. (reverse legends).

 

Struck at Cyzicus under the magistrate Ti. Klaudios Hagnios.  He struck 4 denominations/types, of which this is the smallest.  It must be rare: two examples only, both pretty crummy, in Roman Provincial Coinage vol.2 no. 886.  A nice one has just appeared in the auction catalogue of Astarte (Lugano,switzerland) 6 10-11 Nov 2000, lot478.

55$

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Marcus Aurelius, as Caesar. 140-144 AD. AR Denarius (3.28 gm). Bare head right / Sacrificial implements. RIC III 424a (Pius); RSC 451. BMC A-227 Toned VF.
Ex- RSN coins
70$

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Commodus. Denarius 190AD

Obverse: Commodus Laruate r. M.COMM.ANT.P.FEL.AVG.BRIT.P.P

Reverse: P M TR P XV IMP VIII COS VI Commodus, togate, seated l. on curule chair,holding branch in extended r. hand and transverse sceptre in l. BMCRE 4.741.281 BMC 281, RIC 212

35$
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Crispina, Wife of Commodus. Denarius, 2.89g. RIC-279 (Commodus), C-9, BMC-29 (Commodus). EX HJB
55$
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Trebonianus Gallus, Medallion  AE35, (18.80g) Seleucia ad Calycadnum, AV K GAI OAI TREBW GALLOC Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. /CE LE VCE WN TWN R[ROC T]W K A[LK] Draped bust of Serapis right, modius on head facing draped bust of Isis left, wearing headdress.
Ex-Gordon Andreas Singer
550$
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Rome. Ancient. Moesia Inferior, Marcianopolis . Marcus and Diadumenian. AE 25. Bronze.
50$
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Gallrius Maximianus.VF. Large follis Obverse; GAL MAXIMIANVS PP AVG  Reverse; GENIO AVGUSTI  Star  and Gamma  in field
SM.TS Thessalonica mint26mm, 5gram.
45$
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Rome. Ancient. Galerius. follis.AD 305-311: -Alexandria.Galerius GAL VAL MAXIMANVS NOB CAES/Genius.GENIO POPVLI ROMANI Genius standing holding patera and cornucopia.bronze. XX  B  I  in field. ALE Grade:EF
A sharp strike with nice detail and interesting reverse magistrate marks.Alexandria Mint
69$
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Rome. Ancient. Empire. Galerius. Cyzicus Mint Æ Follis (7.03 Gm).309-310, RIC-59(scarce) obverse - GAL MAXIMIANVS P F AVG,Laureate bust of Galerius right reverse - VIRTVTI E-XERCITVS, Mars advancing right holding spear and shield. "A" to the bottom left in field A=1st workshop; "*" to the upper right in field "MKV" mint name from the bottom. Cyzicus mint: AD 309-310 = RIC VI, 59 (s) Scarce, page 588 - Vienna Museum Collection.
40$