Seleucus I Nicator (312-281 BC) AR Ancient Coins
Roman Empire. Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). AR Denarius, Lugdunum - Gaius & Lucius
Augustus. Lugdunum (27 BC- 14 AD) AR. Denarius. Obv: caesar avgvstvs divi f pater patriae. Laureate head of Augustus facing right. Rev: avgvsti f cos desig princ ivvent. Gaius and Lucius Caesar togate stands facing, flanking two shields and scepters, lituus at left and simpulumMore
Roman Empire. Maximinus Thrax (AD 235-238). AR Denarius, 235-238 Ric 16
Imperial Roman coin. Maximinus I 235-238. Denarius C.99; Ric 16 AG - 3 Gr. Very beautiful coin, coming from an Italian auction. Coin will be shipped with label from Auction. Registered shipping/other with traceable codeMore
Lombard Kingdom, Beneventum. Sicone Principe (817-832). AR Denarius, Very rare, EF
The Lombards at Beneventum. Sico (817-832). AR Denarius. D/ + PRIHCES BENEBEHTI• Cruciform monogram of Sico with central quadrangle; wedge in four quarter. R/ •ARCHANGЄLVS MICHAЄL. Cross potent on two steps; wedge to right. Wroth 11/12 var. (pellet to left)(obv./rev.). Cf.More
Kingdom of France. Philip III 'le Hardi' (the Bold). AR 1270-1285 *Beautiful Example*
France, Kingdom. Philip III 'le Hardi' (the Bold) AR Gros Tournois. 1270-1285. ✠ BNDICTV ⁝ SIT ⁝ NOᙏЄ ⁝ DHI ⁝ ꞂRI ⁝ DЄI ⁝ IҺV.XPI in outer margin, ✠ PҺILIPVS • REX in inner margin, short cross pattée / ✠ TVRONV•S • CIVIS around châtel tournois within border of twelve lis. VanMore
Sasanian Empire. Tabaristan 'Abbasid governors, 'Umar b. al-'Ala PYE 120-129/30. AR Hemidrachm, dated PYE 125 = AD 776
Arab-Sasanian 'Umar b. al-'Ala PYE 120-129/30 // AD 771 - 781 Hemidrachm dated PYE 125 = AD 776 Obv/ Sasanian-style bust to right, wearing winged crown; stars flanking crown and breast ornament decorated with trefoil; crescent above right shoulder; in the margins: 'pdMore
Roman Republic. P. Maenius Antiaticus, 132 BC. AR Denarius, ROMA / VICTORIA
P. Maenius Antiaticus, (132 BCE) AR Denarius, 3.31g, 18mm. VAT Rome. Av: helmeted head of the Roma to the right. Rv: Victoria holds reins and wreath on galloping quadriga to the right. Ref: Crawford 249/1; Maenia 7; Sydenham 492. As a Viennese coin dealer, I guarantee theMore
Paphlagonia, Sinope. AR Drachm, (330-300 BCE) Adler auf Delphin
Paphlagonia, Sinope (~330-300 BCE) Magistrate Dionysios. AR drachma, 5.78 g, 20 mm. Av: head of the nymph n.l. Rev: Eagle on dolphin to the left. SS-/VF-, dent, perforation. Ref: SNG BM 1485. As a Viennese coin dealer, I guarantee the authenticity of my coins. All coins areMore
Roman Empire. Severus Alexander (AD 222-235). AR Denarius, Rom, Providentia mit Anker, TOP!
Severus Alexander (222-235) AR Denarius, 3.12 g, 21 mm. Mint: Rome. Obv: bust n. r. Rev: Providentia standing with anchor and corn ears; Modius filled with ears of grain on the left. vz/EF. Ref: RIC 250. As a Viennese coin dealer, I guarantee the authenticity of my coins. AllMore
Roman Empire. Philip I (AD 244-249). AR Antoninianus, Rom, LEGIONSADLER zwischen Feldzeichen.
Philip I Arabs (244-249) AR Antoninian, 4.38g, 22mm. Mzst: Rome. Av: bust with radiant crown to the right. Rev: legion eagle between standards. vz-/EF- RIC62. As a Viennese coin dealer, I guarantee the authenticity of my coins. All coins are sent with an invoice!More
Roman Empire. Vespasian (AD 69-79). AR Denarius, AVGVR reverse
Roman Empire. Vespasian (AD 69-79). AR Denarius, Obv: IMP CAES VESP AVG P M COS IIII. Laurate head right. Rx: AVGVR TRI POT. Simpulum, aspergillum, jug and lituus C.45 (2f). Diameter 18 mm, weight 3.31 g See images for a proper impression. Will be sent by registered mail.More
Roman Republic. Pub. Lentulus Marceli 100 BC. AR Denarius, Rome
Gens Cornelia Pub. Lentulus Marceli 100 BC Denarius Obv/Bust of Hercules right, seen from behind, with lion's skin and club, D behind , PECS below head Rev/ Roma standing facing, holding spear, crowned by the Genius of the Roman People, holding cornucopiae in left hand; inMore
Roman Republic. Mn. Acilius Glabrio, 49 BC. AR Denarius, Rome - SUP
Min. Acilius Glabrio, AR denarius, 49 BC. AD, Rome. Laureate head of Salus (Health) on the right. MN ACILIVS/ III VIR VALETV, Valetudo (Health) standing left, leaning on a column with his left hand and holding a snake in his right hand. Coin having retained much of its originalMore
Kings of Macedonia. Philippos II (359-336 BC). AR Tetradrachm, Pella
Macedonia – Philip II – Pella Tetradrachm – NGC F Strike 5/5 – Surface 2/5. 13.53G. Coin showing significant and even wear. NGC F Strike certified coin: 5/5 and Surface 2/5. https://www.ngccoin.com/certlookup/4788001-007/NGCAncients/More
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