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Nero, 54-68 AD, Rome, 66-68 AD, As, 9.72g. BM-230, Paris-423, C (1st. Ed.)-188, RIC-347. Obv: IMP NERO CAESAR AVG GERM Head laureate r. Rx: PACE [P] R VBIQ PARTA ISNVM CL[V]SIT S – C Temple of Janus with closed doors on r. Scarce with praenomen IMP because this reverse type commemorating peace throughout the empire was doubtless discontinued when the Jewish revolt broke out late in 66 AD.
Gallienus, 253-268 AD. Caria, Antiochia ad Maeandrum, AE 30, 13.33g. Possibly unpublished: not in Mionnet, BMC, SNG Aulock, SNG Copenhagen, SNG Leypold, Lindgren, four reprinted works on Greek Coins by Imhoof-Blumer, Price-Trell, CoinArchives, Wildwinds, or Berk photofile. Obv: [AV] K [PO G]AL – [LIHNO] around (HN ligate), C in second line below chin, Bust radiate, draped, cuirassed r. Rx: AN – TI – OX -E W[N]. Four columned temple with arched lintel, within which Tyche standing l., kalathos on Head, holding rudder and cornucopia. The same obverse die was also used with the reverse Hephaistos forging helmet: SNG Copenhagen-66.
Julian II (360-363). Æ (20mm, 3.60g, 6h). Rome. Pearl-diademed, helmeted and cuirassed bust l., holding spear and shield. R/ VOT/X/MVLT/XX in four lines within wreath; VRB•ROM•[…]. RIC VIII 329. Green patina, VF. Purchased at auction April 10, 1998 from Davissons, LTD.
Gallienus, 253-268. Antoninianus (Silver, 22mm, 3.99 g 12), Cologne, 257-258. GALLIENVS P F AVG Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gallienus to right. Rev. VICT GERMANICA Victory standing right on globe, holding trophy over her left shoulder and wreath in her right hand; two captives flanking globe. Cohen 1062. MIR 874l. RIC 49. Good very fine.
Gallienus AR Antoninianus. Viminacium, AD 254. IMP GALLIENVS P AVG, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right / SALVS AVGG, Salus standing facing, head left, holding sceptre and feeding snake rising from altar to left. RIC 397; MIR 824o. 3.06g, 21mm, 12h.
Galerius as Caesar AD 293-305. Struck AD 300-303. Tmerge, Follis Æ, 27 mm., 11,82 g. MAXIMIANVS NOB CAES, laureate head right / SACRA MONET AVGG ET CAESS NOSTR, Moneta standing facing, head to left, holding scales in right hand, and cornucopia in left, TT • in exergue.
EGYPT. Alexandria. Antoninus Pius (138-161). Ae Drachm. Dated RY 13 (149/50).
Obv: ΑVΤ Κ Τ ΑΙΛ ΑΔΡ ΑΝΤωΝΙΝΟС СЄΒ ЄVС.
Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: L ΤΡΙСΚΑΙΔ.
River god Nilus reclining left upon crocodile right, holding reed and cornucopia with Genius; Iς above; lotus in exergue.
RPC IV online 13672; Dattari (Savio) 2752 (this coin); K&G 35.477.
Ex Dattari Collection.
Condition: Near very fine.
Weight: 24.56 g.
Diameter: 33 mm.
PHRYGIA. Hierapolis. Pseudo-autonomous. Time of Elagabalus (218-222). Ae.
Radiate and draped bust of Apollo Lairbenos right.
Rev: ΙЄΡΑΠΟΛЄΙΤΩΝ / ΝЄΩΚΟΡΩΝ.
Lupa Romana standing left, head lowered right, suckling the twins Romulus and Remus.
RPC VI online 5472.
Condition: Very fine.
Weight: 5.31 g.
Diameter: 22 mm.
GALATIA. Koinon of Galatia. Galba (68-69). Ae. Ancyra.
Obv: ΓΑΛAC AYTOKPATωP KAICAP CЄBACTOC.
Laureate head right.
Rev: CЄPOYIOC ΓAΛBAC CЄBACTOC.
Mên standing left, holding patera and pine cone.
RPC I 3565.
Condition: Good fine.
Weight: 15.04 g.
Diameter: 25 mm.
Constantius II. AE21. D N CONSTAN-TIVS P F AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right, Delta behind / FEL TEMP RE-PARATIO, helmeted soldier left, spearing falling horseman who is bearded, hair in braids, reaching backwards, S in left field. Mintmark SMHB.
Claudius I Æ As. Rome, AD 41-50. [TI CL]AVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP, bare head left / LIBERT[AS] AVGVSTA, draped figure of Libertas standing facing, head right, holding pileus in right hand and with left outstretched; S-C across fields. RIC 97; BMCRE 145; C. 47. 9.67g, 30mm, 6h.
Caracalla, 198-217 AD, Marcianopolis, Moesia Inferior, under Governor Quintilian, AE 26, 9.72g. Pfeiffer-130 (same dies), Varbanov-971 (same dies). Obv: AN – ΤΩΝΙΝΟC – Π Ι ΟC AVΓ Head laureate r. Rx: VII KVTIΛΙΝΟ – [V] (sic) [MA]PKIANOΠΟΛΙΤ around, Ω-Ν across field, Garlanded altar, behind which eagle standing on column between two standards. The Governor’s name should have been spelled KVNTIΛΙΑΝΟV; the A was omitted by engraver’s error.