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County (Warwickshire) copper penny token dated 1796 County (Warwickshire) copper penny token dated 1796. Obverse: View of Caesar's Tower in Kenilworth Castle with legend and date with legend: "FIRMUM IN VITA NIHIL - MDCCXCVI". Reverse: A cypher of "PK" in script in centre with legend: "WARWICKSHIRE PROMISSORY PENNY". Edge inscription: "I PROMISE TO PAY ON DEMAND THE BEARER ONE PENNY". Listed in Dalton & Hamer as "SCARCE".

D&H Warwickshire No: 6. Diameter 33.1mm. EF+.
Ancient AussieDec 24, 2021
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Heath’s Bath (Somerset) copper farthing token dated 1795.Heath’s Bath (Somerset) copper farthing token dated 1795. Obverse: Crowned and bearded bust to left with bow and quiver of arrows over shoulder with legend: “BLADUD FOUNDED BATH”. Reverse: Front view of the new pump room associated with the baths with legend: “WEST FRONT OF NEW P.P ROOM BATH HEATH 1795 IRONMONGER”. Plain edge. This was issued by F. Heath who was an ironmonger, brazier and cutler with a business in Bath. Bladud was the eighth King of the Britons who is thought to have founded the baths in 863 B.C. Lovely collectable condition with much original lustre remaining, see photograph.

D&H Somerset No: 116. Diameter 23.0mm. EF+
Ancient AussieDec 24, 2021
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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. Newark. Penny 1811NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. Newark. Penny 1811. View of the castle and river, NEWARK TOKEN FOR ONE PENNY 1811 Rv. The names of the six issuers, THE CURRENT VALUE/ PAYABLE IN CASH NOTES. 19,48 g. Withers 880. Ancient AussieDec 23, 2021
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GREAT BRITAIN Essex Colchester Charles Heath. 1794 AE Halfpenny Token Halfpenny Token 29mm. 10.23g. Conder Tokens.
Castle view
Textile loom.
SUCCESS TO THE BAY TRADE.
D&H 10; Judson 1040
Heavy issue - Coin turn.
Ancient AussieDec 23, 2021
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Otacilia Severa (Augusta, 244-249)Otacilia Severa (Augusta, 244-249). Coele-Syria, Heliopolis. Æ (31mm, 13.53g, 6h). Diademed and draped bust r., Set on crescent. R / Propylaeum of temple of Jupiter Heliopolitanus. BMC 20, 23; Price-Trell 162, fig. 284. Rare, dark patina, Good VF

Privately purchased from John Jencek
Ancient AussieDec 23, 2021
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Trajan (98-117). Æ SestertiusTrajan (98-117). Æ Sestertius (34mm, 23.54g, 6h). Rome, c. 107-111. Laureate bust r., slight drapery on l. shoulder. R/ Octastyle temple with portico on either side, seated figure within; Jupiter on pediment seated facing, seated figures on either side; Victories at corners, standing figure at point. RIC II 577. Three holes repaired, otherwise near VF.Ancient AussieSep 22, 2021
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Nero. AD 54-68.Nero. AD 54-68. Æ Dupondius (29mm, 15.84 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck circa AD 64. Radiate head right / Façade of the Macellum Magnum: statue standing facing on base within cylindrical tetrastyle entrance set on tiered base, upper tristyle story surmounted by ornate conical dome; two-story tristyle porch on either side. RIC I 184; WCN 203. Brown patina, porous surfaces, some earthen deposits. Fine. Ex CNG auction 496, lot 423.1 commentsAncient AussieAug 21, 2021
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Diva Faustina Senior. Died AD 140/1.Diva Faustina Senior. Died AD 140/1. Æ Sestertius (34.5mm, 25.11 g, 12h). Consecration issue. Rome mint. Struck under Antoninus Pius, circa AD 141-146. Draped bust right, wearing hair bound in pearls on top of her head / Funeral pyre in three stories, set on base, ornamented and garlanded, surmounted by charioteer in biga right. RIC III 1135 (Pius); Banti 61 var. (break in obv. legend). Brown surfaces, some deposits. Fine. Ex CNG e/auction 491 lot 405.Ancient AussieAug 21, 2021
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MacrinusNicopolisCityGateMacrinus. 217–218 AD. MOESIA INFERIOR. Nicopolis ad Istrum. Æ (27mm, 12.39 gm, 6h). Obv: AV K OΠΠΕΛ CE—VH MAKPINOC, Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev: VP AΠ ΑΓΡΙΠΠΑ ΝΙΚΟΠΟ—ΛΙΤΩΝ ΠΡ—OC ICTPΩ, closed city gate, two battlemented towers at front corners of city wall, one such tower in back wall. AMNG —. Like Varbanov 3345, but laureate, draped and cuirassed bust, seen from behind. A new variety. Not in Hristova-Hoeft-Jekov, but will be added to the new addendum. Glossy dark green-blackAncient AussieAug 21, 2021
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Claudius I (AD 41-54). AR cistophorusClaudius I (AD 41-54). AR cistophorus (10.8gm,26mm, 6h). NGC Fine. Ephesus, ca. AD 41-42. TI CLAVD-CAES AVG, bare head of Claudius I left / DIAN-EPHE, tetrastyle temple with three steps containing central standing figure of Diana Ephesia, polos on head and fillets hanging from wrists; shield, altars, two stags and figures in pediment. RIC I 118.
Ex Heritage online auction Dec 2020, lot 61118.(10.8gm,26mm, 6h).
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Octavian,Octavian, Southern or central Italian mint, Spring-early summer 36 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 3.92g, 6h). Bareheaded and bearded head r. R/ Tetrastyle temple of Divus Julius: statue of Julius Caesar as augur standing within temple; DIVO • IVL on architrave, star within pediment, figures along roof line; lighted altar to l. Crawford 540/2; RSC 90 (Augustus). Bankers' marks.

Ex London Ancient Coins.
1 commentsAncient AussieDec 16, 2020
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Spain, Malika Æ Half Unit. Spain, Malika Æ Half Unit. 2nd century BC. Head of Vulcan right, wearing conical cap; Neo-Punic MLK' and tongs to left / Tetrastyle temple with pellet in pediment. ACIP 794; SNG BM Spain 385. 3.46g, 17mm, 5h.

Good Very Fine. Extremely rare variety with tongs to left, rated R9 by ACIP
CGB Monnaies 28, lot 481, Jan. 25 2007. Aegean October 2020
Ancient AussieDec 16, 2020

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Otacilia Severa (Augusta, 244-249)Otacilia Severa (Augusta, 244-249). Coele-Syria, Heliopolis. Æ (31mm, 13.53g, 6h). Diademed and draped bust r., Set on crescent. R / Propylaeum of temple of Jupiter Heliopolitanus. BMC 20, 23; Price-Trell 162, fig. 284. Rare, dark patina, Good VF

Privately purchased from John Jencek
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MACRIANUS. BITHYNIA, NICAEAMACRIANUS. BITHYNIA, NICAEA. 260/1 AD. THE CITY WALLS OF NICAEA FROM AN ARIAL PERSPECTIVE. AE 25MM, 7.2GM. R.G. 867 AND PLATE 88. ; SNG von Aulock 733; SNG Cop 543. O: ΤΙ ΦΟΥΛ ΙΟΥ ΜΑΚΡΙΑΝΟΣ ΣΕΒ, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right. R: ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ, aerial view of the city-walls in the shape of an octagon; arched central gateways above and below.
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Augustus and Rhoemetalkes, Bronze Semi autonomous coinage of ThraciaAugustus and Rhoemetalkes, Bronze Semi autonomous coinage of Thracia, c11BC-12AD KAISAROS SEBASTOU, Bust of Augustus rightAncient Aussie

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