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Wholesale and Collector Bulk Lots of Roman Coins

Arrangement of the coins for the photographs is random - we do not pick the best coins and put them on top. Unless otherwise noted, the coins offered are the actual coins in the photograph, coins are unattributed and no additional information about the coins is available. Bulk lots are offered with only a small mark-up over our cost and many are lots we have purchases for our retail store. When we have time, we may withdraw an unsold bulk lot, photograph the coins, and add them to the store individually at retail. LARGE LOTS ARE AS IS, NO RETURN.


Wholesale Lot of 100 Ancient (Mostly Late Roman) Bronze Coins

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From the old stock of a retiring Ohio dealer.
LT71853. Bronze Lot, 100 ancient bronze coins, mostly late Roman, possibly some other types, coins in the photo are a random selection from the actual coins you will receive, unattributed, as-is, no returns, 100 coins; $350.00 (308.00)


Wholesale Lot of 100 Ancient (Mostly Late Roman) Bronze Coins

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From the old stock of a retiring Ohio dealer.
LT71854. Bronze Lot, 100 ancient bronze coins, mostly late Roman, possibly some other types, coins in the photo are a random selection from the actual coins you will receive, unattributed, as-is, no returns, 100 coins; $350.00 (308.00)


Wholesale Lot of 100 Ancient (Mostly Late Roman) Bronze Coins

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From the old stock of a retiring Ohio dealer.
LT71855. Bronze Lot, 100 ancient bronze coins, mostly late Roman, possibly some other types, coins in the photo are a random selection from the actual coins you will receive, unattributed, as-is, no returns, 100 coins; $350.00 (308.00)


Wholesale Lot of 100 Ancient (Mostly Late Roman) Bronze Coins

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From the old stock of a retiring Ohio dealer.
LT71856. Bronze Lot, 100 ancient bronze coins, mostly late Roman, possibly some other types, coins in the photo are a random selection from the actual coins you will receive, unattributed, as-is, no returns, 100 coins; $350.00 (308.00)


Wholesale Lot of 100 Ancient (Mostly Late Roman) Bronze Coins

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From the old stock of a retiring Ohio dealer.
LT71858. Bronze Lot, 100 ancient bronze coins, mostly late Roman, possibly some other types, coins in the photo are a random selection from the actual coins you will receive, unattributed, as-is, no returns, 100 coins; $350.00 (308.00)


Lot of 10 Worn Roman Imperial Sestertii

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1) Claudius, legend in wreath, NCAPR countermark.
2) Claudius, Imitative, Spes.
3) Nero, Roma seated.
4) Julia Titi.
5) Divus Marcus Aurelius, Eagle.
6) Commodus, 3 Monetae.
7) Septimius Severus, RIC 719, horseback.
8) Septimius Severus, RIC 706, Fortuna standing.
9) Philip II as Augustus, RIC 267a, emperors on chairs.
10) Volusian, RIC 251, Pax.
LT64559. Orichalcum Lot, Lot of 10 sestertii, Fair to Fine, $190.00 (167.20)


Lot of 9 Carausius Antoniniani, Mid 286 - Mid 293 A.D.

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Marcus Aurelius Mausaeus Carausius was originally a fleet commander sent by the first Tetrarchs to rid the Northern seas of Saxon and Frankish pirates. He soon turned to piracy himself, before fleeing to Britain and declaring himself emperor. His natural cunning enabled him to resist all attempts to dislodge him. In 293 Constantius I captured his continental stronghold of Boulogne. Soon after Carausius was murdered by his chief minister Allectus.
LT73510. Billon Lot, Lot of Carausius antoniniani, reverses include Providence, Salus, Fides, etc., some with edge chips, all a little rough, coins in the photo are the actual coins you will receive, unattributed, no tags or flips, 9 coins; $135.00 (118.80)


Lot of 13 Carausius Antoniniani, Mid 286 - Mid 293 A.D.

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Marcus Aurelius Mausaeus Carausius was originally a fleet commander sent by the first Tetrarchs to rid the Northern seas of Saxon and Frankish pirates. He soon turned to piracy himself, before fleeing to Britain and declaring himself emperor. His natural cunning enabled him to resist all attempts to dislodge him. In 293 Constantius I captured his continental stronghold of Boulogne. Soon after Carausius was murdered by his chief minister Allectus.
LT73511. Billon Lot, Lot of Carausius antoniniani, mostly Pax, all worn and rough, coins in the photo the actual coins you will receive, unattributed, as-is, no returns, 13 coins; $110.00 (96.80)


Lot of 7 Julio-Claudian Bronze Coins, 18 B.C. - 68 A.D.

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1) Augustus, cut half of a Nemausus dupondius
2) Tiberius Caesar, semis
3) Similar, as
4) Antonia, imitative dupondius
5) Claudius, quadrans
6) Germanicus, as
7) Nero, as, Altar of Peace
LT90917. Bronze Lot, Lot of seven Julio-Claudian bronze coins, Fair to Fine, porous, actual coins in the photograph, as-is, no returns; $80.00 (70.40)







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Roman Coin Bulk Lots