Anonymous. Circa 225-217 BC. Æ Aes Grave Quadrans, (40 mm, 62,43 g). Rome mint. Head of Hercules left, wearing lion skin; ••• (mark of value) to right; all on a raised disk / Prow of galley right; ••• (mark of value) below; all on a raised disk. Usual corrosion and roughness. Edge filing. Dark brown patina.
Current Price kr 3 000,00 2 Bids Details
Anonymous. Circa 225-215 BC. AR quadrigatus, (6,55 g). Uncertain mint. Laureate head of Janus; curved truncation / Jupiter advancing right in quadriga driven by Victory, hurling thunderbolt and holding sceptre; ROMA incuse on raised tablet in exergue. Struck on a broad flan. Area with encrustation/oxidation. A few tiny marks. Lovely steel grey toning with some blue iridescence.
Anonymous. Circa 225-215 BC. AR quadrigatus, (6,66 g). Uncertain mint. Laureate head of Janus; curved truncation / Jupiter advancing right in quadriga driven by Victory, hurling thunderbolt and holding sceptre; ROMA incuse on raised tablet in exergue. Well struck on a broad flan. Attractive steel grey toning.
Current Price kr 5 000,00 1 Bids Details
M. Caecilius Q.f. Metellus. 127 BC. AR denarius, Roma, (3,77 g). Helmeted head of Roma right, ROMA behind and value mark XVI below chin / Macedonian shield with elephant´s head at centre. M METELLVS Q F around shield, all within laurel wreath. Some cleaning marks and minor corrosion on the obverse. Well centered for type. Lightly toned.
M. Porcius Cato. 89 BC. AR denarius, Roma, (3,82 g). Diademed and draped female bust right; ROMA to left with (MA) in monogram.; M•CATO below bust (AT in monogram) / Victory seated right, holding palm frond and patera; VICTRIX in exergue (TR in monogram). Area of flat strike on obverse. Brushed. Bright surfaces.
Anonymous. Likely struck by Gargonius, Ogulnius and Vergilius in 86 BC. AR denarius, Roma, (4,05 g). Head of Apollo right, wreathed with oak; thunderbolt below bust / Jupiter advancing right, in quadriga, brandishing thunderbolt. Ligthly toned and lustrous.
Mn. Fonteius C.f. 85 BC. AR denarius, Roma, (3,88 g). MN FONTEI C·F (MN and NT in monogram), Laureate head of Vejovis to right, thunderbolt below bust / The infant Genius seated right on goat; pilei of the Dioscuri in upper field; filleted thyrsus in exergue. All within laurel wreath. A few deposits. Brushed and with bright surfaces.
Cn. Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus. 76-75 BC. AR denarius, (3,78 g). Struck in Spain. Diademed and draped bust of the Genius of the Roman People right, sceptre over shoulder; G P R above bust / Globe between wreathed sceptre and rudder. EX - S C in field, CN LEN Q below. Light iridescent toning.
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Julius Caesar. Assassinated 44 BC. AV aureus Roma 46-45 BC, (8,00 g). With L. Munatius Plancus, praefectus Urbi. C·CAES DIC·TER, Draped and winged bust of Victory right / L·PLANC PRAEF·VRB (VR in monogram), Single-handled sacrificial jug. Small repaired area before bust. A few tiny marks and scratches. Attractive.
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Julius Caesar. Assassinated 44 BC. AE dupondius, Roma 46-45 BC, (13,67 g). Issued under the prefect C. Clovius. CAESAR·DIC·TER, Draped and winged bust of Victory right, star to left / C·CLOVI PRAEF, Minerva advancing to left, holding trophy over shoulder and spears and shield decorated with Medusa; snake at feet gliding left with head erected. Minor smoothing and small cleaning scratches. Brown and brassy surfaces.
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Julius Caesar. Assassinated 44 BC. AR denarius, Rome 42 BC, (3,91 g). Posthumous issue by the moneyer Mussidius Longus. Wreathed head of Julius Caesar right / L MVSSIDIVS LONGVS, Cornucopia on globe, rudder to left, caduceus and apex to right. Bankers marks on obverse and tiny edge cut. Deep old cabinet toning.
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Marcus Antonius and C. Caesar Octavianus with M. Barbatius. AV aureus, mint moving with M. Antonius, struck 41 BC (8,02 g). M·ANT·IMP·AVG·III·VIR·R·P·C·M·BARBAT·Q·P Bare head of M. Antonius right / CAESAR·IMP·PONT·III·VIR·R·P·C Bare head of Octavian right. A few minor edge marks and very minor circulation marks. Well centered and struck on a full flan.
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Octavian as Triumvir. AR denarius, Southern or central Italy 37 BC, (3,88 g). IMP•CAESAR DIVI•F•III•VIR•ITER•R•P•C, Bare and bearded head of Octavian right / COS•ITER•ET•TER•DESIG, Emblems of the augurate and pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, guttus, and lituus. With thick encrustations of horn silver. Darkly toned.
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Octavian as Triumvir. AR denarius, Rome? 30-29 BC, (3,72 g). Bare head of Octavian right / Single span triumphal arch (Actian arch) surmounted by a large statue of Octavian in triumphal quadriga; IMP CAESAR on architrave. A well centered and exceptionally preserved specimen. Wonderful iridescent cabinet toning.
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Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AR denarius, Pergamon mint 27 BC, (3,73 g). CAESAR, Bare head of Augustus right / AVGVSTVS, Bull standing right. Minor die shift on reverse and a few faint hairlines. Well struck without the usual flan crack. Wonderful portrait and bull. Attractive light iridescent toning.
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Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AE as, Roma, 15 BC, (11,09 g). Issued by moneyer Cn. Piso Cn. F. Bare head of Augustus right / CN•PISO•CN•F•IIIVIR•A•A•A•F•F• around large S•C. Struck a little off-centre. Appealing untouched dark green patina with a few earthen deposits. Some corrosion on the reverse and minor flaking of patina on the edge.
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Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AE as, Roma, 7 BC, (11,04 g). Issued by moneyer M. Salvius Otho. Bare head of Augustus right / M•SALVIVS•OTHO•III VIR•A•A•A•F•F• around large S•C. Struck off-centre. Appealing untouched dark green patina with a few earthen deposits.
Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AR denarius, Lugdunum 2 BC-AD 4, (3,65 g). Laureate head of Augustus right / AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT / C L CAESARES (in exergue), Caius and Lucius standing facing, each togate and resting hand on shield; behind each shield a spear; simpulum and lituus between them. Small mark on obverse. Porous surfaces. Steel grey toning.
Divus Augustus. Died AD 14. AE dupondius, Roma (15,13 g). Struck under Gaius (Caligula), AD 37-41. DIVVS•AVGVSTVS / S - C, Radiate bust of Divus Augustus left / CONSENSV SENAT•ET•EQ•ORDIN•P•Q•R•, Augustus or Caligula seated left on curule chair, holding olive branch and globe. Well struck with a fine portrait. Some roughness and minor smoothing in the fields. Appealing green-brown patina.
Divus Augustus. Died AD 14. AE as, Roma (12,88 g). Struck under Titus before AD 81. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER / Radiate bust of Divus Augustus left / IMP T VE-SP A-VG REST / S - C, Eagle standing facing on thunderbolt, wings spread, head left. Dark green patina with some corrosion on the surfaces. Rare.
Agrippa. Died AD 12. AE as, Roma AD 31-47, (12,88 g). Minted under Caligula (AD 31-47). Head of Agrippa to left, wearing rostral crown / S - C, Nude Neptune standing, head left, holding dolphin and trident. Old punch marks before bust. Reverse a bit softly struck. Attractive dark green patina. A fine portrait of Agrippa.
Germanicus. Died AD 19. AE dupondius, Roma AD 37-41 (16,35 g). Minted under Gaius (Caligula) AD 37-41. GERMANICVS CAESAR, Germanicus driving triumphal quadriga right, holding eagle-tipped sceptre and reins / SIGNIS RECEPT DEVICTIS GERM, Germanicus standing left, raising hand in gesture of command and holding aquila. Light brown patina with some green and red. Smoothed surfaces.
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Nero & Drusus Caesar. Died AD 31 and 33 respectively. AE dupondius, Roma AD 40-41, (16,27 g). Minted under Gaius (Caligula) AD 37-41. NERO ET DRVSVS CAESARES, Nero and Drusus Caesar on horseback riding right, cloaks flying / C CAESAR DIVI AVG PRON AVG P M TR P III P P around large S • C. Brown-green patina. Tooled and smoothed.
Gaius (Caligula). AD 37-41. AE As Roma AD 37-38, (10,70 g). Bare head of Gaius left / VESTA/S-C, Vesta seated left on ornamented throne, holding patera and sceptre. Minor tooling-line on forehead. Brown-green patina with some roughness and earthen deposits.
Nero Claudius Drusus. Died 9 BC. AV aureus, Lugdunum AD 41-42, (7,66 g). Minted under his son, the emperor Claudius. Laureate head of Drusus left / Triumphal arch surmouted by equestrian statue between two trophies, architrave inscribed with DE GERMANIS. A few very faint scratches and small spots of earthen deposits. Very rare.
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Antonia Minor. Augusta, AD 37 and 41. AE dupondius, Roma AD 41-42, (13,45 g). Minted under Claudius. Draped bust of Antonia right / Claudius, veiled and togate, standing left, holding simpulum and volumen. Brown surfaces with some corrosion. Traces of artificial patina. Treated with wax.
Claudius. AD 41-54. AE dupondius, Roma AD 41-42, (11,97 g). Bare head of Claudius left / CERES AVGVSTA, Ceres seated left on ornamental throne, holding two stalks of grain and long torch; S-C in exergue. Numerous tiny cleaning scratches on reverse. Well preserved details and with an attractive river patina.
Nero. AD 54-68. AE sestertius, Lugdunum AD 65, (28,44 g). Laureate head of Nero to right, with globe at the point of the bust / PACE P R TERRA MARIQ PARTA IANVM CLVSIT / S - C, Temple of Janus with ornated roof, latticed window on the left and closed double doors on the right. Garland hanging over det arch of the doors. Old edge damage on reverse and small punch mark on back of neck. Wonderfully preserved specimen with a charming warm brown patina. Small traces of green deposits.
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Nero. AD 54-68. AE sestertius, Roma AD 65, (23,78 g). Laureate head of Nero left / PACE P R TERRA MARIQ PARTA IANVM CLVSIT / S - C, Temple of Janus with closed double doors to left, latticed windows to right. Rough corroded surfaces with some flaking of patina. Dark green patina. Rare with doors on left side.
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Nero. AD 54-68. AE semis, Roma AD 64, (3,15 g). Laureate head of Nero right / CER QVINQ R-OM CO / S - C, Prize table; mark of value "S" on table, urn and a wreath set on a table; shield resting against leg. Lovely green patina with roughness and earthen deposits. A fine portrait of Nero struck in very high relief.
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Galba. AD 68-69. AE sestertius, Roma AD 68, (28,33 g). Laureate and draped bust of Galba right / Roma seated left on cuirass, holding sceptre and leaning on shield set on shield; S-C across fields; ROMA in exergue. Tooled and some details re-engraved. Some smoothing in the fields. Dark brown patina.
Vitellius. AD 69. AE as, Spain (Tarraco?) AD 69, (12,31 g). Laureate head of Vitellius left, globe at point of bust / FIDES EXERCITVVM, Clasped hands right; S-C in exergue. Thin black patina with copper highlights. Very minor corrosion in fields. A few small cleaning marks.
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Vespasian. AD 69-79. AR denarius, Roma AD 69-70, (3,00 g). Laureate head of Vespasian right / Judea seated right below trophy, mourning. IVDAEA in exergue. Surfaces a bit matte and crystallized. Well centered for type and a well-struck reverse. Steel grey toning.
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Vespasian. AD 69-79. AR denarius, Roma AD 72-73, (3,22 g). Laureate head of Vespasian right / Priestly implements; simpulum, sprinkler, jug and lituus. AVGVR above, TRI POT below. Some horn silver deposits and a few small marks and tiny scratches. Well struck and darkly toned.
Vespasian. AD 69-79. AE dupondius, Antioch or Rome for sirculation in Syria. Struck AD 74, (12,92 g). Laureate head of Vespasian left / PON MAX TR POT P P COS V CENS, Crossed cornucopiae before winged caduceus. Some artificial green patina applied on top of the natural brown patina. Treated with wax.
Titus. AD 79-81. As Caesar under Vespasian (AD 69-79): AE as, Lugdunum AD 77-78, (9,30 g). Laureate head of Titus right, globe at point of bust/ S-C, Spes advancing left, holding flower and raising skirt. Scattered corrosion on the surfaces. A bold portrait struck in high relief. Dark brown patina.
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Titus. AD 79-81 - for Divus Vespasian. AR denarius, Roma AD 80-81, (3,27 g). Laureate head of Vespasian right / Circular shield attached to column which is surmounted by urn (shield inscribed with S C); E - X and laurel branches flanking the column. Dark patination and very minor corrosion on the reverse.
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Domitian. AD 81-96. AV aureus, Roma AD 84?, (7,53 g). Bare head of Domitian right / GERMANICUS, Domitian advancing left in quadriga, holding laurel branch and sceptre. Faint hairlines on the reverse in exergue and before driver. A few small edge marks and nick on lower part of bust. Portrait of very refined style. A very rare variety of a rare type and among the finest sold in the past 20 years of online auction records. Same dies as the one sold at NAC, auction 102, lot 507.
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