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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
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
Small collection, base denarii to minors, AE2 and smaller, some decent & scarce types, generally fine to VF. (13) £50 to 100 N/S
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Gordian III (AD 238-244) Antoninianus, reverse LAETITIA, Laetitia standing left, EF. £55 to 75 £55.00
Gordian III (AD 238-244) Denarius, reverse SALVS AVGVSTI, Salus standing right feeding serpent, EF. £55 to 75 N/S
Philipi (AD 244-249) Antoninianus, reverse P.M.TR.P III COS P.P, Felicity standing left, EF. £50 to 70 N/S
Trajan Decius (AD 249-251) Antoninianus, reverse PANNONIAE, the two Pannoniae standing, Nr EF. £55 to 75 N/S
Herennia Etruscilla (wife of T. Decius) Antoninianus, reverse PVDICITIA AVG, Pudicitia seated left, EF. £60 to 80 N/S
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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