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C. Considius Nonianus, AR Denarius, 57 BC4 viewsC. Considius Nonianus, moneyer. AR Denarius minted at Rome, 57 BC.†Laureate, diademed, and draped bust right of Venus Erycina.†Reverse: Temple of Venus Erycina atop mountain, ERVC inscribed at base; in foreground, circuit of city walls with gateway at center and two towers. Sear 381; Considia 1a; Cr. 424/1; Syd. 887. Banker's mark on chin of Venus.
Ex Artemide Kunstauktionen GmbH E/auction 10.
1 commentsAncient AussieDec 10, 2019
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1795 Yorkshire, York, Halfpenny Conder Token, D&H 631 viewsO:View of a cathedral. Ex : YORK . 1795.
R: View of a castle and drawbridge.†CLIFFORD'S TOWER A.D. 1100.
E: YORK BUILT A. M . 1223. CATHEDRAL†REBUILT A.D. 1075.
Dalton & Hamer as Yorkshire 63
Extremely Fine (Sheldon AU58).
Ancient AussieNov 29, 2019
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Septimius Severus, Pontus, Neocaesarea.5 viewsSeptimius Severus, Pontus, Neocaesarea.
Septimius Severus, AD 193-211. AE29 (29 mm, 15,1 g). Pontus, Neocaesarea. AY K Λ CEΠ CEOYHPOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / KOI ΠON NЄO-KAI MHTPO, ЄT PMR, tetrastyle temple with wall visible in background, flaming altar within; date below. Rec Gen 18; SNG von Aulock 100. Very Fine with beautiful patina.
Ancient AussieNov 06, 2019
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Hadrian, Koinon Bithynia4 viewsBronze AE 33,†RPC Online†III 1017 (3 spec.);Price & Trell 266, fig. 396.†Rec Gen†I.2 p. 241, 38;†SNG Cop†-;†SNGvA†-; 38;†BMC Pontus†-, gF, brown†patina, some roughness,†smoothing†on†reverse,†reverse†die breaks, cracks,†weight†25.115 g, maximum†diameter†33.2 mm,†die axis†180o, uncertain (Nicomedia?) mint, 2nd issue;†obverse†AYT†KAIC TPAI A∆PIANOC†CEB, laureate†head†right;†reverse†octastyle temple (Temple of†Rome†and†Augustus†at†Nicomedia?), Corinthian columns, on podium of two steps, pellet between middle columns,†pediment†ornamented with a small figure holding a†scepter†and sacrificing on an†altar, KOI-NON in divided line flanking across center, BEIOYNIANC over prow right in†exergue; from the Dr. Sam Mansourati Collection, ex Classical Numismatic Group e-auction 349 (22 Apr 2015), lot 264; Ancient Resource;†very†rare;


Ancient AussieNov 01, 2019
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Sicily, Selinos, 415-409 BC5 viewsSicily, Selinos, Attribution:†CNS 11; HGC 2, 1238
Date:†Circa 415-409 BC
Obverse:†Head of Herakles right, in lion skin headdress
Reverse:†ΣE; Bow and Quiver
Size:†16.35mm
Weight:†3.62 grams
Rare†
Description: EF with an attractive mottled green patina
1 commentsAncient AussieOct 28, 2019
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Sicily, Eryx, c. 4th century BC.3 viewsSicily, Eryx, c. 4th century BC. ∆ (15mm, 3.1, 9h). Female head r. R/ Horse stepping r. Horse standing r., with raised foreleg. Campana 50; CNS I, 18; SNG ANS -; HGC 2, 326. Brown patina, VF - Good VF, Rare
Ancient AussieOct 28, 2019
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Claudius Rome 42 AD8 views
Claudius CERES AVGVSTA/S C 10.14gm Rome 42 AD, Dupondius RIC 110.
Ancient AussieAug 10, 2019
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MOESIA INFERIOR, Nicopolis. Septimius Severus.†193-211 AD24 viewsMOESIA INFERIOR, Nicopolis. Septimius Severus.†193-211 AD. ∆ 26mm (10.18 gm: h 8). Aurelius Gallus, magistrate. AVT†L†CEPT†CEVHP†PER, laureate head right /†UP AUP GALLOU NIKOPOLEITWN PROC ICTP, city gate, small temple seen through doorway, ornate large colonnaded building above. AMNG I 1331; BMC Thrace pg. 42, 7; SNG Copenhagen -; Price & Trell 45 (fig. 26). Sear GIC 2124. H&J 8.14.46.1 (R7); Varbanov 2733 (R6)†
Very rare, dark green patina, near extremely fine.
Ex Gorny & Mosch 186, 8 March 2010, lot 1524.
1 commentsAncient AussieAug 03, 2019
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Petillius Capitolinus, 43 BC16 viewsPetillius Capitolinus, 43 BC. Denarius (Silver, 17 mm, 3.69 g, 2 h), Rome. PETILLIVS - CAPITOLINVS Eagle standing front on thunderbolt, wings spread and head to right. Rev. S - F Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus with figures on the roof and the architrave; between central four columns, garlands hanging. Babelon (Petillia) 3. Crawford 487/2b. RBW 1706. Sydenham 1151. Banker's marks on the obverse and a scrape on the obverse, otherwise, very fine.


The reverse legend S - F on this coin probably stand for sacris faciundis and is likely connected to the cult practiced in the Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus, the most important sanctuary in Rome.
Ancient AussieJul 15, 2019
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KINGS of NUMIDIA. Juba I65 viewsKINGS of NUMIDIA. Juba I, Circa 60-46 BC. Drachm (Silver, 17mm, 3.76 g 12), Utica. REX IVBA Diademed, bearded, draped and cuirassed bust of Juba I to right, scepter over his right shoulder. Rev. (Punic legend) Octastyle temple with a flat roof and a small, central, pedimented tower. MAA 29. Mazard 84. SNG Copenhagen 523. Attractively toned grey. Bankers mark under ear.3 commentsAncient AussieJun 06, 2019
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Anonymous, 211-206 BC10 viewsAnonymous, 211-206 BC, bronze as (struck), 32mm, 40.64g
Obverse: Laureate head of bearded Janus, 'I' above
Reverse: Prow of galley r., 'I' above, ROMA in ex.
Reference: Syd 143, SME 627, Cr 56/2
Grading: VF / F , sporadic rev. pitting, mostly even tan surfaces
Comment: Rather attractive massive early type. Ex - London Ancient Coins, Ltd.
Aquired Rudnik Numismatics, May 2019.
Ancient AussieMay 30, 2019
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Hadrian, Ephesus20 viewsIONIA, Ephesus. Hadrian. AD 117-138. ∆ (23mm, 10.25 g, 6h). Laureate head right / Cult statue of Artemis Ephesia within tetrastyle temple.Obv. ΑΥT ΚΑΙ ΤΡΑΙ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС СΕ Laureate head right Rev: ΕΦΕ-СΙΩΝ tetrastyle temple within which cult statue of Artemis Ephesia with supports RPC III 2061. BMC 229; SNG von Aulock 1885. good fine, pale green patina,
Ancient AussieMay 24, 2019
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Macrinus, Berytus9 viewsPHOENICIA, Berytus. Macrinus. 217-218 AD. ∆ 25mm (9.56gm). Laureate head right / COL IVL AVG FEL, B-ER in exergue, Poseidon holding dolphin and trident, right foot on rock, standing left within hexastyle temple. BMC Phoenicia 167; SNG Copenhagen 113.
Ancient AussieMay 24, 2019
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Philip II, Cyrrhus10 viewsSYRIA, Cyrrhestica. Cyrrhus. Philip II. AD 247-249. ∆ 29mm (15.88g, 6h). Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / Zeus Kataibates seated facing below garlands, holding thunderbolt and scepter, eagle at his feet to left, within hexastyle temple with arched pediment; above, bull (Taurus) leaping right. Butcher 21 var. (bull leaping left); SNG Copenhagen 49 corr. (under Philip I, bull not described); BMC 34 corr. (bull described as ram; same rev. die [obv. not illustrated]). VF, brown patina.
Butcher notes that obverse dies of Philip for Cyrrhus are shared with Hierapolis, Zeugma, and Samosata and suggests that the coinage under his reign was struck at Antioch.
Ancient AussieMay 24, 2019
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Trajan Decius, Mesopotamia13 viewsMESOPOTAMIA. Rhasaena. Trajan Decius, 249-251. (Bronze, 27 mm, 9.83 g, 5 h). ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙ ΓΑΙ ΜЄϹ ΚΥ ΤΡΑ ΔЄΚΙΟϹ ϹЄΒ Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust of Decius to right, seen from behind. Rev. ϹЄΠ ΡΗϹΑΙΝΗϹΙωΝ L III P Temple seen in perspective; within, eagle standing left with closed wings; below, river-god Chaboras swimming left between two palms.Castelin 70 good fine.


The reverse legend refers to the Legio III Parthica, whose main base was at Rhasaena.
Ancient AussieMay 24, 2019
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Trajan. Syria7 viewsSYRIA, Seleucis and Pieria. Seleucia Pieria. Trajan. AD 98-117. ∆ (26mm, 13.06 g, 12h).obv. AVTOKR KAI NER TRAIANOC ARICT CEB GERM DAK Bust, laureate, r. rev. CELEVKEWN - PEIERIAC, in ex. ZEVC / KACIOC (Z mirrored) Laureate head right / Baetyl of Zeus Kasios within shrine seen in perspective; A to lower right. Butcher 52; BMC 36. good Fine.Ancient AussieMay 24, 2019

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Septimius Severus Heliopolis, Syria6 viewsSeptimius Severus Heliopolis, Syria, Temple of Jupiter, 15.56gm, 24.1mm, BMC 290, 2.Ancient Aussie
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Trajan. Syria7 viewsSYRIA, Seleucis and Pieria. Seleucia Pieria. Trajan. AD 98-117. ∆ (26mm, 13.06 g, 12h).obv. AVTOKR KAI NER TRAIANOC ARICT CEB GERM DAK Bust, laureate, r. rev. CELEVKEWN - PEIERIAC, in ex. ZEVC / KACIOC (Z mirrored) Laureate head right / Baetyl of Zeus Kasios within shrine seen in perspective; A to lower right. Butcher 52; BMC 36. good Fine.Ancient Aussie
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Augustus5 viewsAugustus AE As, c. 9-14 AD, Altar of Lugdunum, decorated with corona civica between laurels and nude male figures; on columns left and right, Victories holding wreath;below, ROM ET AVG. 27mm, 10.77g RIC 1, 233.Ancient Aussie
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Tiberius AD 14-376 viewsTitus restoration of Tiberius, AE As Rome 80-81 AD, 27mm, 11.1gm, RIC 432.Ancient Aussie