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Constantine Era Bronze Coin in Plastic Holder, 307 - 364 A.D.
The coin in the photo is randomly selected example, not the actual coin you will receive.SL35619. Bronze coin, Constantine and his family, in plastic holder, Fine or better, no grades on holders, one coin; $2.90 (€2.47)
Lot of 15 Islamic Silver Coins, c. 1100 - 1400 A.D.
Includes nine sun and lion types. The source and meaning of this sun and lion design is uncertain but there is a popular (although unlikely) explanation. The sultan was madly in love with his beautiful Georgian wife and wanted to put her portrait on his coins. His advisors disapproved, however, so he put his wife's horoscope on his coins instead - the Sun in Leo. LT88852. Silver Lot, Lot of 15 silver Islamic dirhem, aVF, nice coins!, weight c. 2.96 g, c. 1100 - 1400 A.D.; ex Numismatik Naumann auction 72, lot 1072; the actual coins in the photograph, no flips or tags, bulk lot, as-is, no returns; $870.00 (€739.50)
Lot of 8 Roman Imperial and Provincial Coins, 37 - 450 A.D.
1) Caligula, AE17, Philadelphia, Lydia, Heads of the (Nero and Drusus Caesars as) Dioscuri right, RPC I 3020, F. 2) Nero and StatiliaMessalina(?), AE15 (2.015g) Kyzicus, Mysia, RPC I 2250, F, very rare. 3) Plotina, AE20, Nacrasa, Lydia, Draped bust right / Isis standing left, holding sistrum, F. 4) Lead tessera, Egypt, Bust of Antinous right / Bust of Serapis right, Fair. 5) Didius Julianus, sestertius, Fortuna, RIC 15, tooled, obverse edge cut and crack. 6) Salonina, AR antoninianus (2.69g), RIC 35, Pietas and three children, VF, worn obverse die. 7) Johannes, AE4 (1.68g) cf. RIC X 1920. VF, cleaned with some old varnish adhering. 8) Theodosius II, AE4, Cross, EF, small flan.
LT91387. Bronze Lot, 8 coin, 7 bronze, 1 lead tessera, includes scarcer rulers, Fair - VF, no flips or tags, consignor's description beside the photo is not guaranteed to be accurate - FORVM did not verify the descriptions or attributions, the lot is the actual coins in the photograph, as-isno returns; $550.00 (€467.50)
Lot of 9 Silver Trams, Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia, Levon I the Magnificent, 1198 - 1219 A.D.
LT89471. Silver Lot, 9 silver trams, c. 21.7 - 25.2mm, some with star, VF, unattributed, no tags or flips, actual coins in the photographs, as-is, no returns; $380.00 (€323.00)
Lot of 13 Roman Imperial Semises and Quadrans.
Includes the following semises and quadrans: - Claudius, quadrans, Rome Mint, VF - Claudius, quadrans, Modius, VF - Nero, semis, Balkan Mint, Victory, RPC -, F, rough - Domitian, quadrans, 2.16g, rhinoceros walking left, RIC 250, aF - Trajan, quadrans, club, VF - Time of Trajan, quadrans, 1.80g, bust of Hercules right, wearing lion skin / Club, RIC 699 - Anonymous, quadrans, 1.67g, c. 81-161 A.D., petasos / winged caduceus, RIC 32, F - Anonymous, quadrans, 2.22g, Minerva right / Owl right, RIC II 7, VF - Anonymous, quadrans, 2.08g, Mercury right / winged caduceus, RIC 31, VF - Trajan, quadrans, bust of Hercules right / boar right, RIC 702, VF - Trajan, semis, Statue of Hercules, RIC 689-690, VF, some pitting - Augustus, semis, Philippi, plowing scene, RPC I 1656, VFLT88106. Bronze Lot, 13 Roman Imperial semises and quadrans, most VF, some with porosity and problems, no additional identification, no tags or flips, the lot is the actual coins in the photograph; as is, no returns; $260.00 (€221.00)
Roman Empire Bronze Lot of 9 Coins Includes Scarcer Rulers
1) Macrinus, 217-218, Antioch, AE20 2) Quintillus, 270 AD 3) CarinusCaesar, aurelianus 4) DelmatiusCaesar, AE3/4 5) Constantius GallusCaesar, AE3 6) Jovian, 365-366 AD 7) Magnus Maximus, AE2 8) AeliaEudoxia, AE3 9) Theodosius II, AE4, cross in wreathLT87474. Bronze Lot, 9 coins includes scarcer rulers, 11.4 - 21.5 mm, Fair to VF, the actual coins in the photograph, no flips or tags, bulk lot, as-is, no returns; $225.00 (€191.25)
Lot of 9 gVF and Better Late Roman AE4 Bronze Coins 330 - 404 AD NICE!
LT88493. Bronze Lot, 9 late Roman AE4 bronze coins, 13.9mm - 16.1mm, gVF+, nice coins, nice desert patinas with highlighting earthen deposits, the actual coins in the photographs; $225.00 (€191.25)
Lot of 9 Nice Ancient Roman Provincial Bronze Coins
LT89467. Bronze Lot, 9 nice ancient Roman provincial bronze coins, 16.3 - 21.5mm, most or all Macedonian, aVF or better, unattributed to type, no tags or flips, actual coins in the photographs, as-is, no returns; $225.00 (€191.25)
Lot of 6 Roman Imperial and Provincial Bronze Coins, 1st Century A.D.
Consignor identified the coins as follows (unverified by Forum): 1) Augustus and Livia, AE19, Ephesos, Stag, RPC I 2595. 2) Claudius and Agrippina Junior, AE19, Ephesos, Stag, RPC I 2624. 3) Nero and Agrippina Junior, AE20, Smyrna, RPC I 2479. 4) Galba, AE as(?) (9.93g), Libertas, cf. RIC I 366 (dupondius). 5) Vitellius, AE as. 6) Domitia, AE23, Amphipolis, cf. RPC II 342. LT89204. Bronze Lot, 6 Roman imperial and provincial bronze coins, 19.3 - 26.8mm, Fair to Fine, no tags or flips, the lot is the actual coins in the photograph, 6 coins; $195.00 (€165.75)
Lot of 5 Choice gVF+ Bronze Coins - Roman Emperor Licinius I and his son Licinius II, 308 - 324 A.D.
Licinius I was a comrade of emperor Galerius in the Tetrarchic period. Following the abdication of Diocletian and Maximianus, Licinius was raised to the rank of Augustus despite never having held the position of Caesar. After Maximinus II invaded his territories, Licinius marched against him and defeated him soundly. Over the next few years, relations between Licinius and Constantine I deteriorated. Armed conflict broke out several times and Licinius was defeated. Only through the intervention of Licinius' wife, Constantine's sister, was his life spared. However, shortly after he was executed for additional political machinations against Constantine. Licinius Junior, son of Licinius I, was made Caesar while still a small child. He was deposed after his father's defeat and executed in 326 A.D.LT87367. Bronze Lot, 5 coins of Licinius and his son, 19.2 - 21.2 mm, Choice gVF+, excellent coins, well centered and struck with beautiful desert patinas, no specific identification, no tags or flips, the lot is the actual coins in the photograph; $180.00 (€153.00)
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