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Coin, medal and banknote auction - 10 December 2015 (realised prices)
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This auction took place on 10 December 2015. Estimates and realised prices are shown below for information only.
Sale 38 - Roman
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
423
Collection of 15 bronzes of the Constantine dynasty, generally fine to VF incl. old tickets probably from the 1960's, prices then totalling £11.10s - these jumbled. (15) £80 to 150 N/S
424
Small collection, base denarii to minors, AE2 and smaller, some decent & scarce types, generally fine to VF. (13) £50 to 100 N/S
425
Sergius Silus Denarius (BC 1908-108) helmeted head of Roma, reverse horseman. AVF with old ticket priced 55s. Sear 163. £30 to 50 £36.00
426
Egnatuleius Quinarius (BC 97) head of Apollo, reverse Victory inscribing shield, VF with an old ticket priced 30s. Sear 213. £40 to 60 £40.00
427
Denarius, C. Vibius C. F. Pansa (BC 90) mark of bearded Silerius, reverse mark of bearded Pan, GF with an old ticket, priced 50s. A rare coin. Sear 245. £250 to 500 £250.00
428
Fonteius Denarius (BC 85) head of Apollo, reverse Cupid seated on goat with wreath, ticket priced 60s says 'Jesus on goat.' GVF or better & most attractive. Sear 271. £50 to 100 £50.00
429
Denarius of D. Junius Brutus Albinus (BC 48) helmeted head of young Mars, reverse ALBINUS BRUTI F, two Carnyees in Saltire, oval shield above, round shield below, VF rare. Note: The Moneyer, Decimus Junius Brutus became one of the assassins of Julius Caesar on the Ides of March (BC 44). Sear 426. £50 to 100 £70.00
430
Matilda Denarius (AD 112-120) in bronze or brass with a dark patina, GF. The Sestertius in brass is listed in Sear (3880) but not the Denarius. Sear (3378). Possibly a brass copy. £20 to 50 £30.00
431
Hadrian Billon Tetradrachm (AD 117-138) bust L, reverse described on ticket as 'Zeus Recumbent' but is this Tyche (Fortuna)?, VF with patina. Sear 3745. £40 to 80 N/S
432
Gordian III (AD 238-244) Antoninianus, reverse LAETITIA, Laetitia standing left, EF. £55 to 75 £55.00
433
Gordian III (AD 238-244) Denarius, reverse SALVS AVGVSTI, Salus standing right feeding serpent, EF. £55 to 75 N/S
434
Philipi (AD 244-249) Antoninianus, reverse P.M.TR.P III COS P.P, Felicity standing left, EF. £50 to 70 N/S
435
Trajan Decius (AD 249-251) Antoninianus, reverse PANNONIAE, the two Pannoniae standing, Nr EF. £55 to 75 N/S
436
Herennia Etruscilla (wife of T. Decius) Antoninianus, reverse PVDICITIA AVG, Pudicitia seated left, EF. £60 to 80 N/S
437
Constantius I (as Caesar - AD 293-305) Argenteus, reverse VIRTVS MILITVM, DIOCLETIAN, MAXIMIANUS, Constantius and Galerius sacrificing in front of camp gate in Ex.Z (Coins of England S586) with old ticket. A most attractive EF. £250 to 350 £270.00
 
   
       
   
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