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RIC 0431V Titus sestertiusT CAES VESPASIAN IMP PON TR POT COS II
Laureate head right

Titus standing right, with branch and sceptre, in quadriga right. SC in exergue

Rome, 72 CE (second issue)

25.02g

RIC 431V (R)

Ex-Senatus Consulto

A rare sestertius depicting the newly returned Titus from the east. He is shown in a quadriga during the Judaea Capta triumph of 72 CE along the Via Sacra in Rome. A true Judaea Capta coin. Much better in hand with a beautiful red/brown patina
2 commentsJay GT4Feb 02, 2023
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Quant.GeekFeb 02, 2023
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Quant.GeekFeb 02, 2023
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1 commentsQuant.GeekFeb 02, 2023
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Faustina I, Crescent/StarsFaustina I
Ae; 26--27mm; 9.98g

DIVA AVGVSTA-FAVSTINA
draped bust right

Crescent with seven stars
SC below

RIC 1199; Cohen 275
2 commentsarizonarobinFeb 02, 2023
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RIC 1430Vespasian. 69-79 AD. AR Denarius. Silver Denarius (17mm, 3.18g). Ephesus mint. Struck 71. IMP CAESAR VESPAS AVG COS III TR P P P, laureate head right / LIBERI IMP AVG VESPAS, Titus and Domitian, veiled, standing, heads left, each holding a patera, EPHE monogram in ex VF.

Off center on obverse but portrait and reverse retain some fine details.

"Ephesus having a long history of coinage, portraiture and overall quality were equal or superior to the mint of Rome, while retaining a distinctive style." - CNG
1 commentsRussell K2Feb 02, 2023
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Huszár 569, Pohl 114-4, Unger 443d, Réthy II 116, Frynas H.26.4, Lengyel 26/2/5-5K, Tóth 3.6.1.4; contemporary counterfeit.Hungary. Maria/Mária (1382-1387 solo reign; 1387-1395 with husband Sigismund/Zsigmond of Luxembourg)

AR denar, .62 g., 15.18 mm. max, 270°

Obv: Bungled legend, open crown with retrograde Cm below

Rev: Bungled legend, Patriarchal cross

As both sides carry a titular legend, there is no consensus regarding obverse and reverse. Huszár, Pohl and Toma identify the side with the crown as the obverse whereas Unger, Réthy, Frynas, Lengyel, Tóth and Gyöngyössy identify the side with the patriarchal cross as the obverse,

The standard Huszár 569 was struck in 1384-1395 (per Huszár, with Unger and Frynas agreeing that it incepted in 1384) or in 1385-1395 (per Pohl), and is traditionally viewed as the last of three denarii struck by Maria. More recently, it has been viewed as the second type struck by her (after Huszár 565 and before Huszár 566), in 1383-1385 (per Gyöngyössi and Toma) or 1383-1387 (per Lengyel) (and per Tóth). The official coin, with a Cm below the crown, was struck in Körmöcbánya/Kremnitz (now Kremnica, Slovakia) by Johannes Craczer/János Kratzer in 1385 (per Pohl and Lengyel).

Toma notes the presence of a contemporary counterfeit of Pohl 114-4 (with the Cm mark) within the Cluj-Mănăştur Hoard, found in Cluj-Napoca, Romania (formerly, Kolozsvár, Hungary), in 1934. It is not the same as this coin.

Huszár/Pohl rarity 5; Unger rarity 10; Frynas rarity C.
2 commentsStkpFeb 02, 2023
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BCC BW30 Bronze Islamic Weight 1/12 DirhamIslamic Bronze Weight
Caesarea Maritima 1/12 Dirham
7th-12th Century CE
Obv: Uncertain incomplete Kufic Arabic
inscription in two lines, within circle.
عبد الله ? ('abd-Allah, also Abdullah)?
Rev: Blank. Flat, nearly rectangular
brick-shaped slab, cut from a sheet of
thin metal and stamped in relief.
AE 6.0 x 5.0 x 1.25mm. Wt: 0.26gm.
cf. BCC BW25; and Holland, "ANSMN 31
(1986)" #399, 431, 471.
Surface find Caesarea Maritima, 1970's
J. Berlin Caesarea Collection
v-dromeFeb 02, 2023
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BCC BW29 Bronze Islamic Weight 1/6 DirhamIslamic Bronze Weight
Caesarea Maritima 1/6 Dirham.
7th-12th Century CE
Obv: Remnants of uncertain Arabic
Kufic inscription, stamped in relief in
incuse circular punch-mark.
Rev: Blank. Flat, nearly rectangular
brick-shaped slab, cut from a sheet
of metal.
AE 6.25 x 5.5 x 2.2mm. Wt: 0.49gm.
No exact parallels in Holland, W.W.O.C.M.,
ch.8. or Holland, "ANSMN 31 (1986)"
Surface find Caesarea Maritima, 1975
J. Berlin Caesarea Collection
v-dromeFeb 01, 2023
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1st Century CE, IRON AGE BRITAIN, Tribes: Catuvellauni and Trinovantes, AE Unit, Struck c.10 - 40 at Verlamion under CunobelinusObverse: CVNO - BELIN. Bare head facing left.
Reverse: TASCIO. Metal worker, wielding hammer, seated facing right.
Diameter: 15mm | Weight: 2.24gms | Axis: 3h
Spink: 342 | ABC: 2969 | Van Arsdell 2097

CLICK ON IMAGE BELOW FOR INFO ON CUNOBELINUS
*AlexFeb 01, 2023
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CUNOBELINUSCunobelinus was a king in Iron Age Britain from about 9 CE until about 40 CE. He is mentioned by the Roman historians Suetonius and Dio Cassius, and many coins bearing his inscription have been found. Cunobelinus controlled a substantial portion of south-eastern Britain, including the territories of the Catuvellauni and the Trinovantes, and is called “Britannorum rex" (King of the Britons) by Suetonius. He appears to have been recognized by the Roman emperor Augustus as a client king, shown by the use of the Latin title Rex on some of his coins.
Numismatic evidence appears to indicate that Cunobelinus took power around AD 9 after the death of his father Tasciovanus, minting coins from both Camulodunum, capital of the Trinovantes and Verlamion (Roman Verulamium), capital of the Catuvellauni. Some of the Verulamium coins name him as the son of Tasciovanus, a previous king of the Catuvellauni. Cunobelinus' earliest issues are, however, from Camulodunum, indicating that he took power there first, and some have a palm or laurel wreath design, a motif borrowed from the Romans indicating a military victory. It is possible that he was emboldened to act against the Trinovantes, whose independence was protected by a treaty they made with Julius Caesar in 54 BC, because problems in Germania severely affected Augustus' ability to defend allies in Britain.
Cunobelinus, however, appears to have maintained quite good relations with the Roman Empire, he used classical motifs on his coins and his reign also saw an increase in trade with the continent. Archaeological evidence shows an increase in imported luxury goods, including wine and drinking vessels from Italy, olive oil and “garum” (fish sauce) from Spain, as well as glassware, jewellery, and tableware from the wider continent, all of which, from their distribution, appear to have entered Britain via the port of Camulodunum. Rome's lucrative trade with Britain was also reported by Strabo, according to him the island's exports included grain, gold, silver, iron, hides, slaves and hunting dogs. It seems likely that Cunobelinus was one of the British kings, mentioned by Strabo, who sent embassies to Augustus.
Cunobelinus died about 40, probably within a year of that date, as he was certainly dead by 43.
Traditionally it has been suggested that the “Lexden Tumulus” on the outskirts of Colchester was Cunobelinus' tomb, but without evidence confirming that, it is also possible that the tomb was built for the earlier Trinovantian king, Addedomarus. Interestingly there is a second tumulus, though this one is not so well known, 665m to the northwest of the Lexden burial mound, on a grassy area in the middle of a modern housing estate. This tumulus, known as ‘The Mount’, probably dates from around the same time as the well-known one at Fitzwalter Road, Lexden.
*AlexFeb 01, 2023
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(VI)209bMaximinus II
IMP MAXIMINVS PF AVG
Laureate, cuirassed bust right
GENIO POP ROM
Genius standing left
-/star//PLN
RIC (VI) 209b
mauseusFeb 01, 2023

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Obv: AV K M AVP ANTΩNINOC, radiate cuirassed bust right.
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Gordian III (RIC 92, Coin #9)RIC 92, AR Antoninianus, Rome, 241 AD.
Obv: IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: P M TR P IIII COS II P P Gordian in military dress, standing right with spear and globe.
Size: 21.7mm 4.28gm
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