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Coin, medal and banknote auction - 1 February 2017 (realised prices)
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Sale 39 - Roman
Lot Thumbnail Description of lot Estimate Realised
552
Antoninus Pius (AD 138-161) Sestertius rev. PAX AVG S.C, PAX standing left, As rev. S.P.Q.R OPTIMO PRINCIPI S.C in oak wreath, Av fine. (2) £60 to 80 £62.00
553
Assorted bronzes (10) Marcus Aurelius to Constantius II, all identified with tickets, generally fine - VF. (10) £100 to 120 £130.00
554
Constantine dynasty - collection of 15 bronzes, generally fine to VF incl. old tickets probably from the 1960's, prices then totalling £11.10s - these jumbled. (15) £80 to 150 £80.00
555
Small collection, base denarii to minors, AE2 and smaller, some decent & scarce types, generally fine to VF. (13) £50 to 100 N/S
556
Republic Sil Denarius (2nd Century BC), anonymous issue, rev. The Discuri, VF. £40 to 50 £40.00
557
Republic Marcius Philippus (56 BC), Denarius, rev. Equestrian statue on five arches, GVF. £60 to 80 £105.00
558
Republic (2nd Century BC), bronze As, Head of Janus/Prow, GF & VG. (2) £40 to 60 £40.00
559
Caligula (AD 37-41) As, rev. Vesta, fine. £50 to 70 £82.00
560
Claudius (AD 41-54) Sestertius, rev. SPES AVGVSTA, about fine. £75 to 100 £88.00
561
Antonia (died AD 37), Dupondius, rev. Claudius stg left - both Roman, and a Romano - British copy? which appears to have artificial colouring. (2) £50 to 80 £74.00
562
Nero (AD 54-68), Sestertius, rev. Roma seated left, Dupondius, rev. Temple of Janus, the first appears to have artificial colouring o/w Av - Nr fine. (2) £70 to 90 £120.00
563
Nero (AD 54-68), Dupondius, rev. Secvritas seated right, lightly tooled in past o/w about VF. £70 to 100 £94.00
564
Galba (AD 68-69) As, rev. Leionary Eagle between two standards, fine. £60 to 80 £98.00
565
Vespasian (AD 69-79) Denarius, rev. AVGVR TRI.POT Sacrificial Implements, Nr VF. £40 to 60 £52.00
566
Vespasian (AD 69-79) As, rev. AEQVITAS AVGVST S.C, Equity stg left. Nr VF. £60 to 80 £60.00
567
Titus (AD 79-81) Denarius, rev. TR.P.IX.IMP.XV.COS.VIII.P.P throne, VF. £80 to 100 £110.00
568
Nerva (AD 96-98) Sestertius, rev. LIBERTAS PVBLICA S.C, fine. £70 to 100 £115.00
569
Nerva (AD 96-98) Sestertius, rev. PAX AVGUSTA S.C, fine. £70 to 100 £76.00
570
Trajan (AD 98-117) Denarius, rev. Genius standing, fine, Sestertius obv. fine but rev. poor unidentifiable, Dupondius rev. FELICITAS AVGVST S.C - has been tooled o/w an attractive VF. (3) £80 to 120 £80.00
571
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 £44.00
572
Hadrian (AD 117-138) Dupondius, rev. Annona standing, good/fine. £30 to 50 £30.00
573
Antoninus Pius (AD 138-161), Denarius x2 rev. Antoninus sacrficing, and another rev. TRANQUILLITAS, Marcus Aurelius (AD 161-180) Dupondius rev. Jupiter seated left, AV good/fine. (3) £70 to 90 £70.00
574
Antoninus Pius (AD 138-161) Sestertius Libertas COS.111.S.C, Nr VF. £60 to 90 £62.00
575
Marcus Aurelius (AD 161-180) Sestertius rev. TR.P XXX IMP.VIII.COS.III S.C, Aequitas standing holding scales & Cornucopiae. VF. £100 to 150 £175.00
576
Marcus Aurelius (AD 161-180) Sestertius (similar to above), rev. Annona, VF. £100 to 150 £100.00
577
Marcus Aurelius (AD 161-180) Sestertius rev. (Legend unclear), Genius standing left holding patera & corn ears. VF/GF. £60 to 100 £60.00
578
Gordian III - Septimius Severus (AD 193-244) 9x Denarii with descriptions, Av GVF. (9) £250 to 350 £320.00
579
Julia Domna (suicide AD 217) Sestertius rev. Juno, Otacillia Severa (wife of Philip I) Sestertius rev. PIETAS, Nr VF. (2) £100 to 150 £175.00
580
Elagabalus (AD 218-222) Sestertius rev. Elagabalus sacrificing over altar, Nr VF/GF. £80 to 120 £80.00
581
Gordian III - Gallienus (AD 238-268) 10x assorted Antoniniani, Av GVF. (10) £150 to 200 £155.00
582
Philip II (AD 247-249) Sestertii rev. PAX AETERNA S.C, GVF & PRINCIPI IVVENT S.C, Nr VF. (2) £120 to 180 £120.00
583
Postumus (AD 259-268) Antoninianus rev. Hercules, Sestertius rev. Galley (poorly struck in parts) o/w Av F- VF. (2) £50 to 80 £66.00
584
Aurelian - Carnius (AD 270-285) 7x assorted Antoniniani - all identified Av-VF. (7) £100 to 120 £130.00
585
Constantius I - Constantius II (AD 305-361) 6x assorted bronzes from Follis to AE3 - all identified, one (HELENA), only VF, the others all AV VF to EF. (6) £70 to 100 £76.00
586
Valens (AD 364-378) Siliqua rev. VRBS ROMA, GVF. £60 to 80 £74.00
587
Gratian (AD 367-383) Siliqua rev. VRBS ROMA, VF. £50 to 75 £76.00
588
Magnus Maximus (AD 383-388) Siliqua rev. VIRTVS ROMANORVM, VF. £60 to 80 £84.00
589
Miscellaneous lot - mainly Roman x24 in two pages plus a box of sundries. Mixed condition. £40 to 60 £80.00
 
   
       
   
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