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list #2952, June 13, 2019, updated August 26, 2019

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A COLLECTION OF ROMAN COINS

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8/26/2019 The last of the Roman coins.  Eugenius, Constantine III.  Roman coins, page 7
8/17/2019 A page from Julian the Apostate to Magnus Maximus.    Roman coins, page 6
8/12/2019 Another page of Constantine and so forth.  Haniballianus.   Roman coins, page 5
8/5/2019 I have added yet another page - now there are 4 of them.  Links are at bottom of this page.

There are about 380 in the collection, I'll be posting them as they're ready.  Today, June 5, 2019, I added about 20 more.  Please scroll down to see them.  New stuff starts with Clodius Albinus.  Next batch will go up in a few days, I think I'll start a second page. 
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Some comments on cleaning, grading, authenticity:

Cleaning: All ancient coins are cleaned, because they come out of the ground.  The only question is how good the cleaning job is.  If you are looking at a bright, shiny, smooth Roman silver coin you either like the surface or you don't.  If your bronze coin has a smooth surface that reflects light, even if it is technically uncirculated, you are probably looking at a thin coating of something applied after the coin was soaked in something else.

Grading: After years of thinking about it the grading companies came up with a scheme that attempts to describe grade as absolute wear (qualfied by the word "details"), and a number for striking characteristics given as x/y. 

Given that my comments about cleaning are true, which they are, we can come to a position that accurate description of ancient coins would frequently get to 100 words, which no one would want to read or write.  So: pictures.  But pictures, by way of the flattening that they do, and the coarsening of gradients, and the freezing of shadows, and the static view, frequently do not show us things about the surface that we might like to know. Things like the bright, smooth surface of a denarius that got that way when someone took a lump of dirt and did things to it until it emerged into, say, the Nerva denarius below.  I graded the coin XF, noting of course the scratch on the cheek, but the bright and shiny, and more so the hints of rainbow toning here and there, are modern.  As a buyer one will decide what aesthetic qualities are acceptable.  If you demand your ancient coins be pristine, I assert that your ancient collection will contain no coins at all.

Authenticity: I have discovered that my judgement is fallible.  I have further discovered that no one is infallible.  The easiest way I've found for dealing with the uncertainty is to allow return of coins and banknotes if even suspected of being fake by the purchaser for as long as I maintain the business.  I used to allow returns as long as I am alive, but then the possibility occurred to me that I might end the coin business before I died, so the new policy will contain wordage relating to the future end of the business.  Anyway, as long as I'm in business you can return anything with only the statement that you think its fake, you'll get a full refund.

That said, all of the coins offered below seem to me, as of now, to be genuine.

Any questions, ask me.


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Historical coin of Roman general Pompey the Great2952 5601 CILICIA, SOLOI-POMPEIOPOLIS, Pompey the Great, 66-48 BC, minor, head of Pompey R / Nike advancing R, POMPHIOPOLITWN, bronze, 20mm, 5.52g, SNG France 1215 type, nice olive patina, excellent portrait, Nike is OK, reverse legends obscure, VF $260.00

silver tetradrachm of Antioch2952 5602 SYRIA, ROMAN COLONY, after 64-30 BC, tetradrachm, date missing, Antioch mint, diademed head R / Zeus seated L, holding Nike & scepter, BASILEWS FILIPPOU EPIFANOUS FILADELFOU, XAT mongram lower L, A below throne, date off flan, silver, 27mm, 14.34g, copied from the types of Philip Philadelphos, SG7214, VF  $95.00

nice silver tetradrachm of Macedon2952 5603 MAKEDONIAN KINGDOM, Roman, 158-149 BC, tetradrachm, diademed head of Artemis R on shield / club, SIDUR monogram over MAKEDONWN, PROTIS , TKP monogram L, MPE? monogram R below, in wreath, silver, 29-31mm, 16.88g, SG1462, bit of roughness on high spots of otherwise shiny patina, VF $450.00

Gold stater of ancient Romania2952 5604 DACIAN KINGDOM, Koson, c. 50-40 BC, stater, Olbia, 3 priests advancing L, KOSON / eagle L on scepter, wreath in claw, gold, 19mm, 8.44g, RPC1701 type, there is a school of thought that asserts that these were struck by an ally of Brutus after the murder of Julius Caesar. Unc $1,500.00

Parthian silver drachm2952 5605 PARTHIA, Phraates IV, c 38-2 BC, drachm, bust with short beard, wart, segmented necklace, striped collar L, eagle with wreath behind / archer seated R, monogram below bow, silver, 19mm, 4.01g, S52.11, XF $300.00

coin of Pontius Pilate, Roman procurator in Judaea at the time of Jesus2952 5606 JUDAEA, Pontius Pilate, 26-36 AD, prutah, year 16 (31 AD), 3 barley ears / simpulum, LIS, bronze, 15mm, 2.57g, H648, SGI5622, porous F $75.00 sold

coin of Pontius Pilate, Roman procurator of Judaea at the time of Christ2952 5607 JUDAEA, Pontius Pilate, 26-36 AD, prutah, year 17 (30 AD), lituus / legend, LIZ, bronze, 16mm, 1.7g, H649, SGI5623, dirty F $90.00

coin with portrait of famous ancient queen of Egypt Cleopatra2952 5608 EGYPT, Cleopatra VII, 51-30 BC, quarter obol, Paphos mint, her head R / double cornucopiae, PTOLEMAIOU BASILEWS, bronze, 9mm, 1.33g, Sv1160, nice portrait, aVF $210.00 sold

2952 5609 EGYPT, Cleopatra VII, 51-30 BC, quarter obol, Paphos mint, her head R / double cornucopiae, PTOLEMAIOU BASILEWS, bronze, 11mm, 0.91g, Sv1160, nice portrait, aVF $175.00 sold

Pontus & Bosporus bronze stater2952 5610 PONTUS & BOSPORUS, Thosthorses, 279-309 AD, stater, year 591 (294 AD), Obverse: his head R, BASILES QOQWRSOU, Reverse: head of Diocletian R, monogram before, AQF, bronze, 19mm, 7.22g, SGI-5502v, Anokhin-739, XF $65.00

coin of Roman emperor Tiberius, ruled at time of Jesus2952 5611 MAKEDON, PHILIPPI, Tiberius, 14-37 AD, minor, his bust R, TI AVG read from bottom up / 2 priests plowing R with pair of oxen, bronze, 16mm, 3.23g, SGI-nl, RPC1657, VF/aXF $75.00

Greek Imperial bronze of Achialus in Thrace for Roman Emperor Gordian III and wife Tranquillina2952 5612 THRACE, ANCHIALUS, Gordian III & Tranquilina, 238-244 AD, minor, busts facing each other, AUT K M ANT GORDIANOS AUG SAB SEB TRANKULLINA / Hygeia standing R feeding snake in her arms, OULPIANWN AGCIALEWN, bronze, 26mm, 11.63g, Moushmov-2964, VF $65.00 sold

 2952 5613 MOESIA INFERIOR, MARCIANOPOLIS, Elagabalus & Julia Maesa, 218-222 AD, pentassarion, confronted busts of Philip & serapis, M IOULIOS FILIPPOS KAISAR / Concordia standing L, holding patera & corncucopia over flaming altar, MARKIANOPOLITWN, E, bronze, 28mm, 10.86g, Moushmov-864, XF  $195.00

MOESIA, MARCIANOPOLIS, Philip II, 249 AD, bronze coin2952 5614 MOESIA INFERIOR, MARCIANOPOLIS, Philip II, 247-249 AD, pentassarion, year 5 of Philip I (249 AD), confronted busts of Phillip II R & Serapis L, M. IOULIOS FILIPPOS KAISAR / Concordia standing L with patera & cornucopia, sacrificing over altar, MARKIANOPOLEITWN, E, bronze, 28mm, 14.6g, Moushmov-862, aXF $200.00

Large bronze medallion of Roman Emperor Valerian I from Tarsus2952 5615 CILICIA, TARSUS, Valerian I, 253-260 AD, medallion, Obverse: his radiate bust R between P - P, AUK L..OUALEPIANON AU-EC, Reverse: Helios standing left, chlamys over left shoulder, holding globe and extending right arm, TARSOU MHTPOPOLEWN, AMK-GB in left and right fields, bronze, 35mm, 21.86g, SNG Levante-1182, normal crude, spots, F $125.00

Bronze coin of Roman Emperor Valerian I from Ephesus2952 5616 IONIA, EPHESUS, Valerian I, 253-260 AD, minor, Obverse: laureate bust R, AUT K PO OULERIANOS, Reverse: Artemis standing R, holding bow & reaching for arrow, tree behind, ARTEMIS EFESIWN, bronze, 27mm, 8.38g, BMC352, some minor weak spots, VF $220.00

coin of Brittanicus from Smyrna2952 5617 IONIA, SMYRNA, Brittanicus, 43-50 AD, minor, his head R, SMUR / Nike flying R carrying trophy over shoulder, EPI FILISTOU EKADIOS, bronze, 15mm, 3.62g, SGI516, lightly pitted under hard dirt & Renaissance wax, detailed portrait, F $260.00

Bronze coin of Roman Emperor Gallienus from Perga2952 5618 PAMPHYLIA, PERGA, Gallienus, 253-268 AD, minor, Obverse: laureate bust R, AUT KAI PO LI GALLIEHNOS, Reverse: statue of Artemis in distyle temple, PERGAIWN ARTEMIOS, A in pediment, ASULOU on architrave, bronze, 29mm, 13.48g, SNG France-570, light pitting, VF $250.00

SYRIA: SELEUCIS & PIERIA, ANTIOCH, Philip I, tetradrachm2952 5619 SYRIA: SELEUCIS & PIERIA, ANTIOCH, Philip I, 244-249 AD, tetradrachm, year 3 (248 AD), laureate bust L, AUTOK K M IOULI FILIPPOS KESAR / eagle standing, head L, DIMARC EXOUSIAS UPATO G, ANTIOCIA S C, billon, 24-26mm, 8.33g, Prieur-361, rough edge, corroded, year weak, VF $65.00 sold

SYRIA: SELEUCIS & PIERIA, ANTIOCH, Philip I, tetradrachm2952 5620 SYRIA: SELEUCIS & PIERIA, ANTIOCH, Philip I, 244-249 AD, tetradrachm, year 4 (249 AD), laureate bust R, AUTOK K M IOULI FILIPPOS KESAR / eagle standing, head L, DIMARC EXOUSIAS UPATO D, ANTIOCIA S C, billon, 26mm, 11.07g, Vagi-2105, BMC521, porous, year weak, VF $65.00 sold

SYRIA: SELEUCIS & PIERIA, ANTIOCH, Philip II, 247-249 AD, tetradrachm2952 5621 SYRIA: SELEUCIS & PIERIA, ANTIOCH, Philip II, 247-249 AD, tetradrachm, year 3 (249 AD), laureate bust R, AUTOK K M IOULI FILIPPOS KESAR / eagle standing, head L, DIMARC EXOUSIAS UPATO G, ANTIOCIA S C, billon, 26mm, 8.82g, SGI4145, F $160.00

tetradrachm of Tyre for Roman Emperor Caracalla2952 5622 PHOENICIA, TYRE, Caracalla, 198-217 AD, tetradrachm, 213-217 AD, laureate bust R, AUT KAI ANTWNINOS SE / eagle standing on club, murex below, DIMARC ECUPATO TO D, silver, 26mm, 15.25g, SGI2679, VF-XF  $145.00

silver coin of the second Jewish Revolt2952 5623 JUDAEA, Second Revolt, 132-135 AD, zuz no date, Hebrew ShEMN in wreath / jug with handle on left, palm branch on right, Hebrew: For the Freedom of Jerusalem, silver, 18mm, 2.69g, Hendin-726, SGI5663, XF $800.00

Egyptian tetradrachm of Roman emperor Nero2952 5624 EGYPT, Nero, 54-68 AD, tetradrachm, year 12 (65 AD), Alexandria, radiate bust R, NERW KLAU SEB GER / bust of Alexandria in elephant headdress R, LIB, billon, 23-24mm, 13.76g, SGI633, E109, slightly off center but the portraits are attractive, VF $135.00

Egyptian tetradrachm of Roman Emperor Nero with Tiberius2952 5625 EGYPT, Nero, 54-68 AD, tetradrachm, no date, Alexandria, radiate bust L, NERW KLAU SEB GER AU / bust of Tiberius R, TIBERIOS KAISAR, billon, 24-25mm, 12.87g, SGI637, E134, according to Emmet this is year 12, slightly off center but the portraits are attractive and most of the legends are present, VF $280.00

Egyptian tetradrachm of Roman emperor Nero with his wife Poppaea2952 5626 EGYPT, Nero, 54-68 AD, tetradrachm, year 11, Alexandria, radiate bust R, NERW KLAU KAIS SEB AU, LIA, bust Poppaea R, POPPAIA SEBASTH, billon, 24mm, 11.73g, SR664. E128, planchet flaw obscures part of obv. legend, half of rev. legend off planchet, fine oirtraits, aVF $100.00 sold

Egyptian tetradrachm of Roman emperor Hadrian 2952 5627 EGYPT, Hadrian, 117-138 AD, tetradrachm, year 13 (128/9 AD), Alexandria, laureate bust R, AUT KAIS TRA ADRIA SEB / clasped hands, PATR PATRIDOS LIG, billon, 25mm, 12.73g, SR3733, E848, VF+ $140.00

Billon tetradrachm of Roman Emperor Gallienus from Alexandria in Egypt2952 5629 EGYPT, Gallienus, 253-268 AD, tetradrachm, year 15 (267 AD), Alexandria mint, Obverse: laureate bust R, AUTKPLIKGALLIHNOSSEB, Reverse: eagle standing R, head turned L, palm on wing, wreath in beak, LIE, billon, 21mm, 10.19g, E3807, Emmet does not list this date for this type, VF $50.00 sold

Billon tetradrachm of Salonina, wife of Roman Emperor Gallienus from Alexandria in Egypt2952 5630 EGYPT, Salonina, 253-268 AD, tetradrachm, year 13 (265 AD), Alexandria mint, Obverse: bust R, KORNHLIASALWNEINASEB, Reverse: eagle standing L, head turned R, wreath in beak, palm before, LIG / billon, 21mm, 9.91g, E3953, SR10713, XF $150.00

Egypt, Tranquillina, tetradrachm2952 5628 EGYPT, Tranquillina, 238-244 AD, tetradrachm, year 7 (244 AD), Alexandria mint, Obverse: bust R, SABTRANKULLEINASEB, Reverse: eagle standing head R, L Z, billon, 21mm, 12.41g, E3444, lightly pitted, VF+ $425.00

Egypt, Claudius II tetradrachm2952 5631 EGYPT, Claudius II, 268-70 AD, tetradrachm, year 2 (269 AD), Alexandria mint, Obverse: laureate bust R, AUT KLAUDIOS SEB, Reverse: eagle standing L, head turned R, wreath in beak, LB, billon, 20mm, 9.22g, E3879, VF  $65.00

Large bronze coin of the Roman Republic with Janus head2952 5632 ROMAN REPUBLIC, as, c. 211-206 BC, Janus head / prow, cornucopia above, ROMA, bronze, 35mm, 43.21g, SR635, F/VG $200.00

Silver coin of Roman statesman Sulla, ancestor of the famous general2952 5633 ROMAN REPUBLIC, P. Cornelius Sulla, 151 BC, denarius, head of Roma R, X behind / Victory in biga R, P SVLA, ROMA, silver, 18mm, 3.91g, SR84, VF-VF+ $300.00

Silver denarius of the Roman Republic with depiction of the Wolf and Twins2952 5634 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Sextus Pompeius Fostlus, c. 137 BC, denarius, head of Roma L, X before, jug behind / wolf & twins, shepherd, tree, FOSTLVS SEX POM ROMA, silver, 18mm, 3.97g, SR112, most of rev. legend is off flan, VF-XF $350.00

Silver denarius of the Roman Republic2952 5635 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus, 116/5 BC, denarius, head of Roma R, X behind, ROMA before / Victory in quadriga R, CN DOMI, silver, 18-20mm, 3.86g, SR161, VF/F $55.00 sold

Silver denarius of the Roman Republic2952 5636 ROMAN REPUBLIC, C. Fabius C.f. Hadrianus, 102 BC, denarius, head of Cybele R, EX AR PV / Victory in biga R, heron before, C FABI C F, control mark N with dots above and below, silver, 19-21mm, 3.89g, struck from public funds, SR200, VF-XF $125.00 sold

Silver denarius of the Roman Republic by famous general Sulla2952 5637 ROMAN REPUBLIC, L. Cornelius Sulla & L. Manlius Torquatus, 82 BC, denarius, head of Roma R, L. MANLI PRO Q / Sulla in quadriga R, Victory above, L. SVLLA. IMP, silver, 16-17mm, 3.79g, SR286, Unc $500.00

Silver denarius of the Roman Republic with an impressive, naturalistic portrait2952 5638 ROMAN REPUBLIC, L. Marcius Philippus, 56 BC, denarius, head of Ancus Marcius Rex, lituus behind, ANCVS below / the aquaduct Acqua Marcia surmounted by equestrian statue of Q. Marcius Rex R, AQVA MAR, silver, 18-21mm, 3.85g, step-brother of future Augustus, SR382, small flaw rev., VF+ $165.00 sold

Silver denarius of the Roman Republic by famous general Scipio Africanus, showing allegorical portrait of "Africa" wearing an elephant headdress2952 5639 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Scipio, 47-6 BC, denarius, North African mint, bust of Africa in elephant headdress R, Q. METEL SCIPIO IMP, Hercules standing facing, EPPIVS LEG F C, silver, 17mm, 3.69g, SR1380, F $225.00

Silver denarius of the Roman Republic by famous general Pompey the Great2952 5640 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Gnaeus Pompey, 47-45 BC, denarius, 46-45 BC, Corduba mint, head of Roma R, M POBLICI LEG PRO PR / Hispania standing R giving palm branch to soldier on prow standing L, CN MAGNVS IMP, silver, 18mm, 3.86g, SR1384, off center, part of legends off both sides, aVF $900.00

Silver denarius of famous Roman Julius Caesar2952 5641 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Julius Caesar, 49-44 BC, denarius, 49 BC, Italian mint, elephant trampling snake R, CAESAR in ex. / pontifical regalia, silver, 16mm, 3.9g, SR1399, XF $1,450.00

Silver denarius of famous Roman Julius Caesar2952 5642 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Julius Caesar, 49-44 BC, denarius, 47-46 BC, North African mint, head of Venus R / Aeneas carrying Anchises, CAESAR, silver plated fouree, 17mm, 3.89g, SR1402, XF-AU $1,750.00

Silver denarius of Cassius, one of the murderers of Julius Caesar2952 5643 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Cassius, 43-42 BC, denarius, early 42 BC, Smyrna mint? head of Liberty R, C CASSI IMP LEIBERTAS / jug & lituus, LENTVLVS SPINT, silver, 19mm, 3.49g, SR1447, XF $2,100.00

Silver denarius of famous Roman Mark Antony952 5644 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Mark Antony, 32-31 BC, denarius, 32-31 BC, Patrae mint? galley, ANT AVG III VIR R P C / legionary eagle between 2 standards, LEG III, silver, 15-17mm, 4g, RSC28.  The legionary coins in general tend to be a bit base and a bit light.  Legion 3 is scarcer.  Patrae is near the site of the naval battle that sealed Antony's fate. Off center, part of legend weak, XF $300.00

Silver coin of Roman Mark Antony in alliance with Octavian, who became the first Emperor of Rome2952 5645 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Mark Antony & Octavian, 41-39 BC, denarius, spring-summer, 41 BC, Ephesus mint, head R, M ANT AVG III VIR R P C M BARBAT Q P / head R, CAESAR IMP PONT III VIR R P C, silver, 19mm, 3.61g, SR1502, dark VF-XF $700.00 sold

Silver coin of Roman Mark Antony in alliance with Octavian, who became the first Emperor of Rome2952 5646 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Mark Antony & Octavian, 41-39 BC, denarius, spring-summer, 41 BC, Ephesus mint, head R, M ANT AVG III VIR R P C M BARBAT Q P / head R, CAESAR IMP PONT III VIR R P C, silver, 17-18mm, 3.68g, SR1502, VF $995.00

Silver coin of Roman Mark Antony in alliance with Octavian, who became the first Emperor of Rome2952 5647 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Mark Antony & Octavian, 41-39 BC, denarius, spring-summer, 41 BC, Italian mint, head R, M ANT AVG III VIR R P C M BARBAT Q P / head R, CAESAR IMP PONT III VIR R P C, silver, 18mm, 3.76g, SR1502, banker's marks, VF $1,575.00

Large silver coin of Mark Antony with his wife Octavia, sister of the future Emperor2952 5648 ROMAN REPUBLIC, Mark Antony & Octavia, 39 BC, cistophorus summer-autumn, 39 BC, Ephesus mint, head R wreathed in ivy, M ANTONIVS IMP COS DESIG ITER ET TERT, all in ivy wreath / head of Octavia R on cysta mystica between serpents, III VIR R P C, silver, 26mm, 11.87g, SR1512, VF-XF $2,450.00

silver denarius of first Roman emperor Augustus2952 5649 ROMAN EMPIRE, Augustus, 27 BC - 14 AD, denarius, 2 BC - 4 AD, Lugdunum, head R, CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE / Caius & Lucius standing w/ shields & spears, CAESARES AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT, silver, 18mm, 3.81g, SR1597, VF $200.00

bronze coin of first Roman emperor Augustus with crocodile2952 5650 ROMAN EMPIRE, Augustus & Agrippa, 27 BC - 12 AD, dupondius, c. 10 AD, Nemausus mint, heads of Agrippa L & Augustus laureate R facing away from each other, IMP DIVI F P P / crocodile, COL NEM, bronze, 26mm, 13.03g, SR1731, F/aVG $100.00

bronze coin of Livia, wife of first Roman emperor Augustus2952 5651 ROMAN EMPIRE, Livia, 27 BC - 29 AD, dupondius, 22/3 AD, Rome, diademed & draped bust R, IVSTITIA / TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXXIIII S C, brass, 30mm, 13.13g, SR1739, F+ $475.00

the Tribute Penny mentioned in the Bible2952 5652 ROMAN EMPIRE, Tiberius, 14-37 AD, denarius, laureate head R, TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS / Livia seated R, PONTIF MAXIM, silver, 18mm, 3.72g, SR1763, VF $1,100.00

bronze coin by Tiberius of his deified father Augustus 2952 5653 ROMAN EMPIRE, Tiberius, 14-37 AD, as, 22-30 AD, Rome, bust Augustus L, thunderbolt before, DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER / Livia seated R, SC, bronze, 27mm, 9.74g, SR1788, nice obverse, some pitting reverse, VF/F $160.00 sold

bronze coin of notorious crazy Roman emperor Caligula 2952 5654 ROMAN EMPIRE, Caligula, 37-41 AD, as, 37-38 AD, Rome, bare head L, C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT / Vesta seated L, VESTA SC, bronze, 28mm, 10.64g, SR1803, light porosity, VF+/VF $400.00 sold

bronze coin for Germanicus, father of Roman emperor Caligula2952 5655 ROMAN EMPIRE, Caligula, 37-41 AD, dupondius, 37-41 AD, Rome, Germanicus in quadriga R, GERMANICVS CAESAR / Germanicus standing L, holding eagle topped scepter, SIGNIS RECEPT DEVICTIS GERM S C, brass, 29mm, 16.71g, SR1820, decent VG $225.00

bronze coin of Roman emperor Claudius2952 5656 ROMAN EMPIRE, Claudius, 41-54 AD, as, 42 AD, Rome, bust L, TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP P P / Libertas standing facing, LIBERTAS AVGVSTA SC, bronze, 26-30mm, 11.19g, SR1860, part weak in the legends, aVF $75.00 sold

bronze coin of Roman emperor Claudius2952 5657 ROMAN EMPIRE, Claudius, 41-54 AD, quadrans, 41 AD, Rome, modius, TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG / PON M TR IMP COS DES IT, SC, bronze, 18mm, 2.48g, SR1863, VF+ $115.00 sold

bronze coin of Nero Claudius Drusus, father of Roman emperor Claudius2952 5658 ROMAN EMPIRE, Claudius, 41-54 AD, sestertius, 41/2 AD, Rome, bare head L, NERO CLAVDIVS DRVSVS GERMANICVS IMP / male seated L on curule chair holding branch, arms around, TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP S C, bronze, 36mm, 26.83g, SR1896, moderate pitting obv, but portrait is basically clear, rev. is mostly obliterated by pitting, I'll call it VF/poor $325.00

bronze coin of Antonia, mother of Roman emperor Claudius2952 5659 ROMAN EMPIRE, Antonia, mother of Claudius, dupondius, 42 AD, Rome, bare head R, ANTONIA AVGVSTA / Claudius standing L, TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP SC, brass, 27mm, 9.8g, SR1902, G/fair $30.00 sold

bronze coin of Roman emperor Nero2952 5660 ROMAN EMPIRE, Nero, 54-68 AD, as, 65 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, NERO CAESAR AVG GERM IMP / temple of Janus, doors on R, PACE P R VBIQ PARTA IANVM CLVSIT SC, bronze, 28mm, 11.83g, SR1974, choice XF $1,200.00 sold

coin of the Gallic revolt of first century Rome2952 5661 ROMAN EMPIRE, Revolt of Vindex in Gaul, 68 AD, denarius, March to May, 68 AD, October-November, 68 AD, Vienne, Victory holding wreath & palm standing on globe L, SALVS GENERIS HVMANI / SPQR in oak wreath, silver, 16mm, 3.24g, SR2062, scratches obv., part of obverse legend off flan, some crudity to the diework reverse, VF+ $1,895.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Galba2952 5662 ROMAN EMPIRE, Galba, 68-69 AD, denarius, November, 68 AD to January, 69 AD, Rome, 65 AD, laureate bust R, IMP SER GALBA CAESAR AVG / Livia holding patera & scepter standing L before altar, DIVA AVGVSTA, silver, 17mm, 3.45g, SR2102, edge flaw, VG/aG $235.00

silver coin of Roman Emperor Galba2952 5663 ROMAN EMPIRE, Galba, 68-69 AD, denarius, October-November, 68 AD, Rome, 65 AD, laureate bust R, IMP SER GALBA CAESAR AVG / woman standing L before altar, foot on globe, SALVS GEN HVMANI, silver, 17.5mm, 3.14g, SR2108, well struck XF $4,200.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Otho2952 5664 ROMAN EMPIRE, Otho, January to April, 69 AD, denarius, February to March, 69 AD, Rome, bare head R, IMP OTHO CAESAR AVG TR P / Securitas standing L, SECVRITAS P R, silver, 17mm, 3.44g, SR2163, VF/aF $1,250.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Vitellius2952 5665 ROMAN EMPIRE, Vitellius, January to December, 69 AD, denarius, July to December, 69 AD, Rome, laureate head R, A VITELLIVS GERM IMP AVG TR P / tripod lebes, XV VIR SACR FAC, silver, 17mm, 3.13g, SR2201, aVF/aF $350.00

bronze coin of Roman emperor Vespasian2952 5666 ROMAN EMPIRE, Vespasian, 69-79 AD, sestertius, 71-72 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, IMP CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M TR P P COS III / Salus seated L, SALVS AVGVSTA SC, brass, 31mm, 24g, SR2334v, RIC197, some crudity around the rims obscures parts of the legends, nice portrait, slightly porous, aVF/F $450.00

silver coin of Vespasian from Ephesus with his sons, Titus and Domitian2952 5667 ROMAN EMPIRE, Vespasian, Titus, & Domitian, denarius, 71 AD, Ephesus, laureate head R, IMP CAESAR VESPAS AVG COS III TR P P P / Titus & Domitian standing L, LIBERI IMP AVG VESPAS, EFE, silver, 17mm, 3.24g, SR2401, VF $750.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Titus, destroyer of Jerusalem 2952 5668 ROMAN EMPIRE, Titus, 79-81 AD, denarius, 80 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, IMP TITVS CAES VESPASIAN AVG P M / ornamented semicircular diadem on draped table, TRP IX IMP XV COS VIIIP P, silver, 18mm, 3.44g, SR2514, VF+ $175.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Titus, destroyer of Jerusalem, honoring his deified father, Vespasian2952 5669 ROMAN EMPIRE, Titus, 79-81 AD, denarius, 80 AD, Rome, laureate head R, DIVVS AVGVSTVS VESPASIANVS / SC on circular shield supported by two capricorns, globe below, silver, 17.5mm, 3.41g, SR2569, VF+ $350.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Titus, destroyer of Jerusalem, honoring his daughter, Julia Titi2952 5670 ROMAN EMPIRE, Julia Titi, daughter of Titus, denarius, 79-80 AD, Rome, diademed & draped bust R, IVLIA AVGVSTA TITI AVGVSTI F / Venus standing R holding helmet & spear, resting on column, VENVS AVGVST, silver, 18mm, 2.87g, SR2612, F $600.00

silver coin of paranoid Roman emperor Domitian2952 5671 ROMAN EMPIRE, Domitian, Caesar under Titus, 79-81 AD, denarius, 80 AD, Rome, laureate head R, CAESAR DIVI F DOMITIANVS COS VII / Minerva standing R with shield & javelin, PRINCEPS IVVENTIS, silver, 17mm, 3.01g, SR2674, VF $125.00

silver coin of paranoid Roman emperor Domitian2952 5672 ROMAN EMPIRE, Domitian, 81-96 AD, denarius, 92-93 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM P M TR P VIII, Minerva standing L, IMP XXII COS XVI CENS PPP, silver, 18mm, 3.15g, SR2736, VF $85.00 sold

bronze coin of paranoid Roman emperor Domitian2952 5673 ROMAN EMPIRE, Domitian, 81-96 AD, as, 90 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP CAES DOMIT AVG GERM COS XIII CENS PER P P / Virtus standing R, VIRTVS AVGVSTI SC, bronze, 30mm, 12.22g, SR2817, F+ $200.00 sold

silver coin of Roman emperor Nerva2952 5674 ROMAN EMPIRE, Nerva, 96-98 AD, denarius, 97 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP / priestly implements, COS III PATER PATRIAE, silver, 18mm, 3.05g, SR3203, there's a scratch on his cheek near the hair, otherwise XF $275.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Trajan2952 5675 ROMAN EMPIRE, Trajan, 98-117 AD, denarius, 117 AD, Rome, laureate draped bust R, IMP CAES NER TRAIAN OPTIM AVG GERM DAC / Felicitas standing L holding caducaeus & cornucopia, PARTHICO P M TR P COS VI P P S P Q R, silver, 18mm, 3.2g, SR3141, VF $45.00 sold

silver coin of Roman emperor Trajan2952 5676 ROMAN EMPIRE, Trajan, 98-117 AD, denarius, 99 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP CAES NER TRAIAN AVG GERM / Pax standing L holding branch & cornucopia,PONT MAX TR POT COS II, silver, 17-19mm, 3.09g, SR3152, XF/VF+ $90.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Trajan2952 5677 ROMAN EMPIRE, Trajan, 98-117 AD, denarius, 117 AD, Rome, laureate & draped bust R, IMP CAES NER TRAIAN OPTIM AVG GERM DAC / Providentia standing L, right hand extended, left holding scepter, globe at feet, COS VI P P SPQR PROVID, silver, 19mm, 3.14g, SR3154, VF-XF $150.00

bronze coin of Roman emperor Trajan2952 5678 ROMAN EMPIRE, Trajan, 98-117 AD, sestertius, 116 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPTIMO AVG GER DAC PARTHICO P M TR P COS VI P P / Felicitas standing L holding caducaeus & cornucopia, SENATVS POPVLVSQVE ROMANVS SC, brass, 32mm, 22.51g, SR3192, portrait not bad but extensive moderate corrosion elsewhere, VF $40.00 sold

bronze coin of Roman emperor Trajan2952 5679 ROMAN EMPIRE, Trajan, 98-117 AD, sestertius, 102 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP CAES NERVA TRAIAN AVG GERM P M / Pax seated L, TR POT COS IIII P P SC, brass, 32mm, 26.96g, SR3214v, RIC432v, mostly smooth surfaces, a few tiny pits reverse, good portrait, VF $100.00

bronze coin of Roman emperor Trajan2952 5680 ROMAN EMPIRE, Trajan, 98-117 AD, sestertius, 103 AD, Rome, laureate draped bust R, IMP CAES NERVAE TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TRP COS V P P / Roma seated L hilding Victory & spear, foot on severed head of Dacian, SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI SC, brass, 32mm, 26.22g, SR-nl, RIC489, pitted surface, cleaned & retoned VF $100.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Hadrian2952 5681 ROMAN EMPIRE, Hadrian, 117-138 AD, denarius, 123 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, IMP CAESAR TRIANVs HADRIANVS AVG / Liberalitas seated L holding branch & scepter, LIB PVB P M TR P COS III, silver, 19mm, 3.29g, SR3502, VF+ $135.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Hadrian2952 5682 ROMAN EMPIRE, Hadrian, 117-138 AD, denarius, 132 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P / Roma seated L on curule chair holding branch & spear, ROMA FELIX, silver, 17mm, 3.49g, SR3536, XF $110.00

bronze coin of Roman emperor Hadrian2952 5683 ROMAN EMPIRE, Hadrian, 117-138 AD, as, 126 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS / Fides standing R holding corn ears & dish of fruit, COS III SC, bronze, 26mm, 12.28g, SR3680, some light porosity, aXF $100.00 sold

silver coin of Sabina, wife of Hadrian2952 5684 ROMAN EMPIRE, Sabina, wife of Hadrian, 128-136 AD, denarius, 129 AD, Rome, bust R, SABINA AVGVSTA HADRIANI AVG P P / Concordia seated L, CONCORDIA AVG, silver, 18mm, 3.49g, SR3919, small flaw on cheek, VF $165.00

silver coin of Aelius, adopted successor of Roman emperor Hadrian2952 5685 ROMAN EMPIRE, Aelius, Caesar, 136-138 AD, denarius, 137 AD, Rome, bare head R, L AELIVS CAESAR / Concordia seated L, CONCORD TR POT COS II, silver, 16-17mm, 2.75g, SR3967, VF-VF+ $450.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius2952 5686 ROMAN EMPIRE, Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, denarius, 148 AD, Rome, laureate head R, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XII / Annona standing L holding corn ear and anchor, COS IIII, silver, 18mm, 3.59g, SR4067, XF $175.00

2bronze coin of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius2952 5687 ROMAN EMPIRE, Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, sestertius, 155-6 AD, Rome, laureate head R, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II / Fides standing L holding 2 standards, TR POT XIX COS IIII SC, brass, 31-35mm, 27.19g, SR4248, RIC943a, F-F+ $135.00

bronze coin of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius2952 5688 ROMAN EMPIRE, Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, dupondius, 144 AD, Rome, radiate head R, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III / Salus standing L, holding scepter & feeding snake arising from altar, SALVS AVG, SC, brass, 30-32mm, 16.41g, SR4283, light porosity, VF $145.00

bronze coin of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius with Marcus Aurelius2952 5689 ROMAN EMPIRE, Antoninus Pius & Marcus Aurelius, 138-161 AD, sestertius, 142 AD, Rome, laureate head R, ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS / bare head L, AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS SC, brass, 35mm, 25.99g, RIC1214, F $230.00

silver coin of Faustina Senior, wife of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius2952 5690 ROMAN EMPIRE, Faustina Senior,139-141 AD, denarius, 141 AD, Rome, draped bust R, FAVSTINA AVGVSTA / Juno standing L holding patera & scepter, peacock at feet, IVNONI AVGVSTAE, silver, 18mm, 2.99g, SR4669, aVF $100.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius for his deified deceased wife, Faustina Senior2952 5691 ROMAN EMPIRE, Diva Faustina Senior, after 141 AD, denarius, after 147 AD, Rome, draped bust R, DIVA FAVSTINA / Juno standing L holding scepter & raising right hand, AETERNITAS, silver, 18mm, 3.41g, SR4574, VF+ $60.00

 silver coin of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius2952 5692 ROMAN EMPIRE, Marcus Aurelius, Caesar, 139-161 AD, denarius, 146-7 AD, Rome, bare head R, AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII FIL / Spes walking L holding flower & hem, TR POT COS II, silver, 17mm, 3.15g, RIC437, VF+ $65.00 sold

silver coin of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius2952 5693 ROMAN EMPIRE, Marcus Aurelius, 161-180 AD, denarius, 171 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP M AVREL ANTONINVS AVG / Providentia standing L holding globe & cornucopia, PROV DEOR TR P XV COS III, silver, 17mm, 3.4g, RIC20, ragged edge obscures part of rev. legend, XF/VF $60.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Marchus Aurelius for his deified father Antoninus Pius2952 5694 ROMAN EMPIRE, Marcus Aurelius, 161-180 AD, denarius, 161 AD, Rome, bust of Antoninus Pius R, DIVVS ANTONINVS / eagle standing R on garlanded altar, CONSECRATIO, silver, 19mm, 2.79g, SR5192, crack, VF $175.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Lucius Verus, brother of Marcus Aurelius2952 5695 ROMAN EMPIRE, Lucius Verus, 161-169 AD, denarius, 161 AD, Rome, bare head R, IMP L AVREL VERVS AVG / Providentia standing L holding globe & cornucopia, PROV DEOR TR P COS III, silver, 17-18mm, 3.21g, RIC463, SR5354v, XF-AU $325.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Lucius Verus, brother of Marcus Aurelius2952 5696 ROMAN EMPIRE, Lucius Verus, 161-169 AD, denarius, 163 AD, Rome, bare head R, L VERVS AVG ARMENAICVS / Armenia seated, mourning, L, TR P III IMP II COS II, silver, 17mm, 2.94g, SR5347, dark XF $250.00

silver coin of Faustina Junior, wife of Marcus Aurelius2952 5697 ROMAN EMPIRE, Faustina Jr., 145-175 AD, denarius, 161-175 AD, Rome, draped bust R, FAVSTINA AVGVSTA / Fecundity standing R holding child & scepter, FECVNDITAS, silver, 19mm, 3.1g, SR5252, 2 small crust spots on her neck, reverse die a bit deteriorated, XF-AU $200.00

silver coin of Faustina Junior, wife of Marcus Aurelius2952 5698 ROMAN EMPIRE, Faustina Jr., 145-175 AD, denarius, 161-175 AD, Rome, draped bust R, FAVSTINA AVGVSTA / Fortuna seated L holding anchor & cornucopia, FORTVNAE MVLIEBRI, silver, 18mm, 2.93g, "the fortune of women," SR5253, VF+ $90.00

bronze coin of Faustina Junior, wife of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius2952 5699 ROMAN EMPIRE, Faustina Jr., 145-175 AD, as, 161-175 AD, Rome, bust R, FAVSTINA AVGVSTA / Laetitia standing L holding scepter & wreath, LAETITIA SC, bronze, 24-26mm, 11.69g, SR5300, aVF $60.00

bronze coin of Lucilla, daughter of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius2952 5700 ROMAN EMPIRE, Lucilla, 161-169 AD, sestertius, 164 AD, Rome, draped bust R, LVCILLAE AVG M ANTONINI AVG F / Venus seated L, VENVS SC, brass, 29mm, 26.88g, SR5508, legends part off flan, excellent portrait, aXF/VF $225.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Commodus2952 5701 ROMAN EMPIRE, Commodus, 177-192 AD, denarius, 187 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, M COMM ANT P FEL AVG BRIT P P / Hilaritas standing L holding branch & palm, HILAR AVG P M TR XII IMP VIII COS V P P, silver, 17mm, 2.57g, SR5647, aXF/VF $150.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Commodus2952 5702 ROMAN EMPIRE, Commodus, 177-192 AD, denarius, 185 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, COMM ANT AVG P BRIT / Jupiter seated L holding thunderbolt & scepter, P M TR P X IMP VII COS IIII P P, silver, 17-18mm, 2.35g, SR5676, VF $125.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Commodus2952 5703 ROMAN EMPIRE, Commodus, 177-192 AD, denarius, 181 AD, Rome, laureate head L, M COMMODVS ANTONINVS AVG / Pax standing L holding olive branch & cornucopia, TR P VI IMP IIII COS III P P, silver, 17-18mm, 2.76g, SR5708, part of reverse legend off flan, VF $50.00

silver coin of Crispina, wife of Roman emperor Commodus2952 5704 ROMAN EMPIRE, Crispina, after 178-182 AD, denarius, 180-182 AD, Rome, draped bust R, CRISPINA AVGVSTA / Ceres standing L holding corn ears & torch, CERES, silver, 18.5mm, 2.65g, SR5995, VF $60.00 sold

silver coin of Roman emperor Pertinax2952 5705 ROMAN EMPIRE, Pertinax, January to March, 193 AD, denarius, 193 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP CAES P HELV PERTIN AVG / Aequitas standing L holding scale & cornucopia, AEQVIT AVG TR P COS II, silver, 18mm, 3.13g, SR6038, slightly ragged edge, aXFVF $2,400.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Didius Julianus2952 5706 ROMAN EMPIRE, Didius Julianus, March to June, 193 AD, denarius, 193 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP CAES M DID IVLIAN AVG / Julianus standing R holding globe, RECTOR ORBIS, silver, 16-17mm, 2.37g, SR6074, crack, VF/F-VF $2,300.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Pescennius Niger2952 5707 ROMAN EMPIRE, Pescennius Niger, 193-194 AD, denarius, 193 AD, Caesarea, laureate head R, IMP CAES C PESC NIGER IVST AVG / Salus standing R holding snake, SALVTI AVGVSTI, silver, 18mm, 2.88g, SR6124v, RIC77, VF $2,200.00 

silver coin of Roman emperor Clodius Albinus2952 5708 ROMAN EMPIRE, Clodius Albinus, Caesar, 193-195 AD, denarius, 194 AD, Rome, bare head R, D CL SEPT ALBIN CAES / Roma seated L holding palladium & spear, shield at side, ROMAE AETERNAE, silver, 17mm, 2.67g, SR6146, VF/F $260.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Septimius Severus2952 5709 ROMAN EMPIRE, Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD, denarius, 204 AD, Rome, laureate head R, SEVERVS PIVS AVG / Dea Caelestis on lion R, INDVLGENTIA AVGG IN CARTH, silver, 19.5mm, 3.5g, SR6285, XF $185.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Septimius Severus2952 5710 ROMAN EMPIRE, Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD, denarius, 193 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP CAE L SEP SE V PERT AVG / legionary eagle between standards, LEG IT AL TR P COS, silver, 17mm, 3.13g, RIC7, SR-nl, F/VG $150.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Septimius Severus2952 5711 ROMAN EMPIRE, Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD, denarius, 207 AD, Rome, laureate head R, SEVERVS PIVS AVG / Africa standing R, lion at feet, P M TR P XV COS III P P, silver, 19mm, 3.02g, SR6341, XF $75.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Septimius Severus2952 5712 ROMAN EMPIRE, Septimius Severus, 193-211 AD, denarius, 209 AD, Rome, laureate head R, SEVERVS PIVS AVG / Salus seated L, holding snake in arms, P M TR P XVII COS III, silver, 17-19mm, 3.3g, RIC230, SR6348v, XF $150.00

Roman silver coin of Julia Domna2952 5713 ROMAN EMPIRE, Julia Domna, 193-211 AD, denarius, 209 AD, Rome, draped bust R, IVLIA AVGVSTA / Juno standing L holding patera & scepter, peacock at feet, IVNO, silver, 19mm, 3.18g, SR6557, VF $150.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Caracalla2952 5714 ROMAN EMPIRE, Caracalla, 198-217 AD, denarius, 205 AD, Rome, laureate beardless bust R, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG / Felicity standing L holding caducaeus & cornucopia, FELICITAS AVGG. silver, 19mm, 3.42g, SR6799, XF/VF+ $60.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Caracalla2952 5715 ROMAN EMPIRE, Caracalla, 198-217 AD, denarius, 212 AD, Rome, laureate head R, ANTONINUS PIVS AVG BRIT / Annona seated L holding corn ear & cornucopia, P M TR P XV COS III P P, silver, 20mm, 3.24g, SR6825, XF $100.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Caracalla2952 5716 ROMAN EMPIRE, Caracalla, 198-217 AD, denarius, 213 AD, Rome, laureate head R, ANTONINUS PIVS AVG BRIT / Libertas standing L holding pileus & scepter, P M TR P XVI COS IIII P P, silver, 19mm, 2.64g, SR6830, XF $55.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Caracalla2952 5717 ROMAN EMPIRE, Caracalla, 198-217 AD, denarius, 217 AD, Rome, laureate bearded bust R, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM / Serapis standing L holding wreath & scepter, P M TR P XVII COS IIII P P, silver, 19mm, 3.81g, SR6846, XF $55.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Caracalla2952 5718 ROMAN EMPIRE, Caracalla, 198-217 AD, denarius, 201 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, ANTONINVS AVGVSTVS / bareheaded bust R, P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, billon, 17-18mm, 2.66g, RIC38, SR-nl, pitted, F/VG $150.00
A brief search online found several of this type, all, to me, noticeably more debased than the coins of his brother, Caracalla, who controlled the coinage and everything else.  Coinage being the major propaganda instrument of the time, the circulation of bad coinage with Geta's portrait can be seen as a damaging cut to Geta's reputation.

Roman silver coin of Julia Domna2952 5719 ROMAN EMPIRE, Julia Domna, under Caracalla, 211-217 AD, denarius, 211 AD, Rome, draped bust R, IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG / Julia as Pax standing L holding branch & scepter, MAT AVGG SEN M PATR, silver, 20mm, 2.86g, SR7102, XF+ $100.00

Roman silver coin of Plautilla, wife of Caracalla2952 5720 ROMAN EMPIRE, Plautilla, wife of Caracalla, 202-205 AD, denarius, 202 AD, Rome, draped bust R, PLAVTILLA AVGVSTA / Concordia standing L holding patera & scepter, CONCORDIA AVGG, silver, 17-19mm, 2.93g, SR7065, VF-VF+ $55.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Geta2952 5721 ROMAN EMPIRE, Geta, 209-211 AD, denarius, 211 AD, Rome, laureate head R, P SEPT GETA PIVS AVG BRIT / Felicitas standing L holding cornucopia & caducaeus, PONTIF TR P COS II, silver, 19mm, 3.35g, SR7250, AU $295.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Geta2952 5722 ROMAN EMPIRE, Geta, 209-211 AD, denarius, 211 AD, Rome, laureate head R, P SEPT GETA PIVS AVG BRIT / Janus or Janiform Jupiter standing, holding spear & thunderbolt, TR P III COS II P P, silver, 20mm, 3.47g, SR7251, XF $180.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Geta2952 5723 ROMAN EMPIRE, Geta, 209-211 AD, denarius, 211 AD, Rome, laureate head R, P SEPT GETA PIVS AVG BRIT / goddess standing, holding torch & globe, TR P III COS II P P, silver, 18mm, 3.47g, SR7252, XF $75.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Macrinus2952 5724 ROMAN EMPIRE, Macrinus, 217-218 AD, denarius, 217 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP C M OPEL SEV MACRINVS AVG / Felicitas standing L holding caducaeus & cornucopia, FELICITAS TEMPORVM, silver, 18-21mm, 3g, SR7332, XF+ $285.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Macrinus2952 5725 ROMAN EMPIRE, Macrinus, 217-218 AD, denarius, 218 AD, Rome, laureate head R, IMP C M OPEL SEV MACRINVS AVG / Providentia standing L holding rod & cornucopia, PROVIDENTIA DEORVM, billon, 19mm, 1.91g, SR7361, ragged edge, XF+ $120.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Diadumenian2952 5726 ROMAN EMPIRE, Diadumenian, Caesar, 217-218 AD, denarius, 217-218 AD, Rome, bare bust R, M OPEL ANT DIADVMENIAN CAES / Diadumenian standing facing, head R, holding standard & scepter, 2 other standards to right, PRINC IVVENTIS, silver, 19-21mm, 2.79g, SR7449, nice portrait, crudish aXF $200.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Diadumenian2952 5727 ROMAN EMPIRE, Diadumenian, Caesar, 217-218 AD, denarius, 217-218 AD, Rome, bare bust R, M OPEL ANT DIADVMENIAN CAES / Diadumenian standing facing, head R, holding standard & scepter, 2 other standards to right, PRINC IVVENTIS, silver, 20mm, 3.21g, SR7449, good strike, excellent portrait, dramatic nice toning, tiny crust spot on cheek, aXF $285.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Elagabalus2952 5728 ROMAN EMPIRE, Elagabalus, 218-222 AD, antoninianius, 219 AD, Rome, radiate bust R, IMP CAES ANTONINVS AVG / Victory advancing R, VICTOR ANTONINI AVG, silver, 24mm, 4.58g, SR7500, nice portrait, slightly mushy rev., VF+ $60.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Elagabalus2952 5729 ROMAN EMPIRE, Elagabalus, 218-222 AD, denarius, 218-219 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, IMP CAES M AVR ANTONINVS AVG / Fides Militum seated L, FIDES EXERCITVS, silver, 19mm, 2.98g, SR7511, AU $65.00

silver coin of Roman emperor Elagabalus2952 5730 ROMAN EMPIRE, Elagabalus, 218-222 AD, denarius, 221-222 AD, Rome, laureate bust R, IMP ANTONINVS AVG / Elagabalus standing L sacrificing, trussed bull behind, INVICTVS SACERDOS AVG, silver, 19mm, 3.51g, SR7518, VF-XF $55.00 sold

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