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$228 - AR denarius Hadrian / Hadrianus, Rome 125-128 A.D. -- modius with grain --

$228 - AR denarius Hadrian / Hadrianus, Rome 125-128 A.D. -- modius with grain --

Aureus 79 Rom RÖMISCHE KAISERZEIT Titus, 79 - 81 n.Chr. st-

Aureus 79 Rom RÖMISCHE KAISERZEIT Titus, 79 - 81 n.Chr. st-

Celtic Iron Age Coins - Catuvellauni - Cunobelin - Linear Gold Stater

Celtic Iron Age Coins - Catuvellauni - Cunobelin - Linear Gold Stater

RI276 A Unique, Magnificent, and Important Roman Gold Medallion of 4 Aurei of Maxentius (307-312 C.E.), Among the Finest Known Imperial Likenesses in Any Medium | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

RI276 A Unique, Magnificent, and Important Roman Gold Medallion of 4 Aurei of Maxentius (307-312 C.E.), Among the Finest Known Imperial Likenesses in Any Medium | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ancient Roman Coins - Nero - Jupiter Gold Aureus. AD 64-66. Obv IMP NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS legend with laureate head right. Rev IVPPITER CVSTOS legend with Jupiter seated left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre.

Ancient Roman Coins - Nero - Jupiter Gold Aureus. AD 64-66. Obv IMP NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS legend with laureate head right. Rev IVPPITER CVSTOS legend with Jupiter seated left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre.

AE Sestertius. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Nero 54-68 AD, Lugdunum mint. 66 AD. 25,68g. ANS NNM 161 (1979), 481. Rare variety! EF. Price realized 2011: 4.000 USD.

AE Sestertius. Roman Coin, Roman Empire, Nero 54-68 AD, Lugdunum mint. 66 AD. 25,68g. ANS NNM 161 (1979), 481. Rare variety! EF. Price realized 2011: 4.000 USD.

Titus, as Caesar, AV Aureus. Rome, AD 77-8. T CAESAR IMP VESPASIANVS, laureate bust right / Roma, helmeted, seated right on two shields, left foot on helmet, holding spear before her; wolf standing right at her feet, head turned back, suckling Romulus and Remus, in left and right fields, two eagles flying towards her; COS VI in ex. RIC 954; BMC 223; Calicό 738a. 7.33g, 20mm, 6h.Fleur De Coin.The reverse type of this coin copies the earlier Republican denarius of 115-114 BC (see lot 462) and…

Titus, as Caesar, AV Aureus. Rome, AD 77-8. T CAESAR IMP VESPASIANVS, laureate bust right / Roma, helmeted, seated right on two shields, left foot on helmet, holding spear before her; wolf standing right at her feet, head turned back, suckling Romulus and Remus, in left and right fields, two eagles flying towards her; COS VI in ex. RIC 954; BMC 223; Calicό 738a. 7.33g, 20mm, 6h.Fleur De Coin.The reverse type of this coin copies the earlier Republican denarius of 115-114 BC (see lot 462) and…

Hiberno-Norse Vikings, Sihtric Caoch (921-927), Penny, 1.08g, Circumscription or anonymous sword type, mint south of the Humber, probably Lincoln, +edeveahre, sword with spine placed vertically across field, the pommel pointing towards the initial cross, rev. eivievic[.] Thor's hammer placed vertica

Hiberno-Norse Vikings, Sihtric Caoch (921-927), Penny, 1.08g, Circumscription or anonymous sword type, mint south of the Humber, probably Lincoln, +edeveahre, sword with spine placed vertically across field, the pommel pointing towards the initial cross, rev. eivievic[.] Thor's hammer placed vertica

EUROPA'S FACE ON A COIN, FIRST IN THE WORLD , IN 340BC, LESVOS, BY THE CITY OF MYTILENE  Europa the Nymph This very rare electrum hekte is from the ancient city of Mytilene on the island of Lesbos. It was struck circa 340 BC and portrays Europa on the obverse wearing a taenia. The reverse shows the profile of two boar’s heads confronting each other.

EUROPA'S FACE ON A COIN, FIRST IN THE WORLD , IN 340BC, LESVOS, BY THE CITY OF MYTILENE Europa the Nymph This very rare electrum hekte is from the ancient city of Mytilene on the island of Lesbos. It was struck circa 340 BC and portrays Europa on the obverse wearing a taenia. The reverse shows the profile of two boar’s heads confronting each other.

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