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BYZANTINE, ALEXIUS III ANGELUS-COMNENUS AE Half? TETARTERON S-2015/7v DOC 5 CLBC 8.4.3v DIANE VARIATION UNLISTED OBV Bust of St. George , beardless and nimbate , wearing tunic, breastplate wearing tunic, breastplate, and sagion; holds spear in r. hand resting on l. shoulder and in l. scroll or hilt of sword AND shield behind left arm.

REV Full length figure of emperor wearing stemma, divitision, and chlamys; holds in r. hand labarum on long shaft and in l. Globus cruciger with patriarchal cross.

Size 17.94mm

Weight 2.4gm

I purchased this as part of a collection from Europe. The coin was attributed by previous owner as S-2017 a much rarer coin to find. Upon reexamining the coin, it turned out it has a shield and hilt of sword that the left hand is holding. On the reverse the gl.cr. has a patriarchal cross, this is seen on his half Tetartera.

The weight is average for for a half Tetarteron and a bit low for a full Tetarteron . the die size is around 15mm, small for a Tetarteron and large for a half.

I associated it with SBCV-2015 but in truth it could be a variation SBCV-2017

AKA Alexius III Diane variation.


Simon
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Byzantine, Focas, Follis, Nicomedia, Unpublished year II consular type with mappa and eagle-scepterBronze follis, Hahn 69a (only years 3 and 4 noted), DO 56-60 (lists only years 3 - 7), gVF, 11.48g, 32.0mm, 45o, Nicomedia mint, 603-604 A.D.; obverse d N FOCAS PERP AVG, bust facing wearing consular robes and crown with cross on circlet, mappa in right, eagle tipped scepter in left; reverse XXXX, ANNO above, II right, NIKOA in exergue1 comments
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Greek, Alexander the great arabian imitation coin - unlistedTetradrachm
16.74gm, 30mm
This coin was found near Petra but the style for this coin from Molieha ( south arabian )

Molieha mint
head of Heracles right, wearing lion's skin, rev. ALEXANDROU, Zeus enthroned left, holding sceptre right eagle left

Not listed in ( D.T.POTTS ) the pre -islamic coinage of Eastern arabia also not listed in the supplement of this reference
1 comments
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Greek, Diodotos II Tetradrachm - Unrecorded Baktrian.Baktrian Kingdom, Diodotos II, ca. 235-225 BC, AR Tetradrachm
Diademed head of Diodotos II right. / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΔIOΔITOY (of King Diodotos). Zeus striding left, hurling thunderbolt in right hand, aegis over extended left arm; eagle standing in lower inner left, TI monogram in outer right field
The only known example of the TI mint control on the Holt F series - previously unrecorded.
Based on die matches to Holt F8.2 (obverse) and Holt F8.3 (reverse with modified controls) the coin is an immediate precursor to the Holt F8 group and thus fits between Holt’s F7 and F8 groups. Struck at Mint "B" (probably Baktra/Balkh) ca. 230-225 BC.
(26 mm, 16.3 g, 6h)
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Greek, Kanishka AE 1-unit Goddess NANIA Bactrian seriesKanishka AE 1-unit Goddess NANIA Bactrian series
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Greek, Kingdom of Thrace, Lysimachos, 305 - 281 B.C., Portrait of Alexander the Great Silver tetradrachm, Apparently unpublished; Thompson -, Müller -, SNG -, Armenak Hoard -, Black Sea Hoard - , et al. -, gVF, nice style, a few bump, small test cut in edge, Lysimachia(?) mint, weight 17.024g, maximum diameter 30.0mm, die axis 90o, c. 297 - 281 B.C.; obverse diademed head of Alexander the Great wearing the horn of Ammon; reverse BAΣIΛEΩΣ ΛYΣIMAXOY, Athena seated left on prow-like throne, Nike crowning king's name in right, rests left arm on round shield behind, ΠA monogram over AP monogram left, lion head left in exergue; possibly unique;

EX; FORVM Ancient Coins ' Shop.

We were unable to find another example with this combination of control symbols. Thompson lists the lion head and AP monogram control symbols for Lysimachia, but not together. The ΠA monogram is not listed for not for Lysimachia but is listed for other mints.

*With my sincere thank , Photo and Description courtesy of FORVM Ancient Coins Staff.

From The Sam Mansourati Collection.
Sam
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Greek, Kyme Aeolis. Pseudo-autonomous coinageAE 24 (7.8 g)
obv: IEPA CYNKΛHTOC, draped and diademed bust of the Senate right
rev: E ACK[Λ]ANIOV B KVM/AIΩN, Isis Pelagia on galley right holding inflated sail with both hands and left foot.

Ref: -

- BMC 116 (different magistrate) EΠ EΛΠIΔHΦOPOV KVMAI
- Forni 50 (different magistrate) EΠ EΛΠIΔHΦOPOV KVMAI
- Mionnet suppl VI n. 129 reverse legend CAC….. NOV B KVMAIΩN.

I think the actual reverse legend is probably E ACKΛANIOV B KVMAIΩN as appears on the reverse listed for another issue, Forni 46 (Senate bust vs Tyche, time of Gordianus (?), Valerianus and Gallienus).
1 commentstacrolimus
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Greek, Late Ptolemaic period, c. 2-1 cent. B.C. UNIQUE? Beirut/Bervtus mint? Late Ptolemaic period, c. 2-1 cent. B.C. Bronze quarter-obol, VF, 1.922g, 12.5mm, 90o.Obv: double cornucopia. Rev: BASIL..., eagle standing left. The style of the flan and the eagle is similar to some late Berytus pieces. The flan is not Cyprus, Kyrene or Alexandria. Ref: Svoronos -; BMC -; SNG Cop -; Paphos II -. UNIQUE? 1 comments
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Greek, Lysimachos DrachmSilver drachm, Triton V, lot 1338; Thompson -; Müller -, VF, uncertain mint, weight 4.263g, maximum diameter 17.1mm, die axis 0o, c. 288 - 281 B.C.; obverse diademed head of Alexander the Great wearing the horn of Ammon; reverse. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΛΥΣΙΜΑΧΟΥ (Lysimachos), Athena enthroned left resting left arm on shield, transverse spear resting against right side, in right Nike crowning name, LO on throne; rare;

Philoromaos
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Greek, Lysimachos TetradrachmDiademed head of Alexander III ( The Great ) wearing horn of Amon.
Reverse.ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΛΥΣΙΜΑΧΟΥ, Athena enthroned left holding Nike in outstretched right hand, left elbow resting on shield, inner left field monogram above lion head, in exergue club and monogram.


Ref: Unpublished in Thompson and SNG Cop. ( 15.94g, 28mm, 3h )
Good very fine,irridesence in fields, slight corrosion reverse right edge, otherwise an attractive coin.

The mongrams on this coin are closer to those recorded by Thompson for the mint of Cius rather than the mint of Heraclea that employed the club symbol with the limited momogram HP

1 commentsPhiloromaos
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Greek, Macedonian Kingdom, shield/helmet, SardisMacedonian King (?), AE14, 3.6 gr. Sardes mint.

Obv.: Macedonian shield with caduceus.
Rev.: B-A across upper fields, Macedonian helmet, caduceus
to left, FIL at lower left, rose at lower right.

Price 2605 var. Unlisted fieldmarks and positions.
Price (different numbers) lists the rose as being
in the right field, and a monogram below.
Steff V
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Greek, MysiaMale head r. / Eagle on Omphalos (?)
EL - EZ = Zeleia, Troad *) / Mysia
AE 10, 0.9 g
Not listed in many referencies consulted
Compare: Weber 2275 Pl. 88 (Pella)

*) read by Mark Fox, thanks

Pekka K
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Greek, Ptolemy II Tetradrachm Silver tetradrachm, Svoronos 626 var (no monogram) or Svoronos 644 var (D behind ear), VF, Phoenicia, Tyre mint, weight 14.076g, maximum diameter 27.4mm, die axis 0o, obverse diademed head of Ptolemy I right wearing aegis; reverse PTOLEMAIOU BASILEWS, eagle standing left on thunderbolt, Tyre monogram and club left; rare;

Ex Forvm

Svoronos' description for tetradrachm 626 is the "same as the gold pentadrachm." In the notes for the pentadrachm he notes the type sometimes has a Tyre monogram, but the notes for the tetradrachm 626 discuss only countermarks and not a monogram. The monogram is absent on the plate coin.

Svoronos 644 is be marked with a tiny D behind Ptolemy's ear. On this coin the mark appears to be absent.

Philoromaos
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Greek, Ptolemy VI, 204-181 B.C6869. Silver tetradrachm, BMC-, SNG Cop -, gVF, 13.87g, 26.2mm, 40o, Salamis, Cyprus mint, 177-176 B.C.; obverse diademed head of Ptolemy I right wearing aegis; reverse PTOLEMAIOU BASILEWS, eagle standing left on thunderbolt, owl in left field, LE (regnal year 5) over SA (Salamis mint, Cyprus) in right field; superb portrait, fantastic style, extremely rare, possibly unique;3 commentsSalem Alshdaifat
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Greek, Seleukos I Nikator, 312-281 BC, Seleukid Kingdom, Babylon, AR Tetradrachm - urecorded with the anchor normally found in the left field erased from the dieHead of Herakles right wearing lion skin. / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ AΛΕΞANΔPOY Zeus Aetophoros seated left, circled NE monogram in left field, large Π beneath throne; remnant die erased anchor symbol in outer left field.
Price 3347 var. (anchor in left field, attributed to Arados); Houghton Group II, Series H, 69-76 var. (anchor in left field); SC 94.3(c) var. (anchor in left field). Obverse die macth to SC 94.4; SNG Copenhage 670; HGC 9, 10g (C). Babylon II (Native or Satrapal Mint) 311-305 BC. A unique example of the type – undocumented with the erased anchor.
(27 mm, 17.29 g, 5h).

This is the only known example of SC 94.3c that bears a reverse struck from a die on which the anchor that is normally found in the outer left field has been erased. It is the one of two erased anchor issues in the name of Alexander outside of museum collections. The other example SC 94.5 is also to be found in the LT collection. The anchor erasure has not been documented on SC 94.3c, although it is known on three examples of SC 94.4 that bear a ΠAT monogram mint control in the place of the circled NE monogram found on this coin. The obverse of this coin is a die match to an example of SC 94.4, SNG Copenhagen 670, illustrated in Morkholm Plate V, 82. This previously unrecorded example of anchor erasure is further evidence that the erasure was a systematic and deliberate act in the Babylon II mint that appears to have occurred around the time that Seleukos adopted the royal title.
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Greek, Seleukos I Nikator, Unpublished Legend ErrorSeleukid Kingdom, Seleukos I Nikator, 312-281 BC, Æ 20 - Antioch on the Orontes
Winged head of Medusa right. / ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΣEΛEYKY (sic) Indian humped bull butting right, control mark Ξ in exergue.
SC 21.2(b); CSE 9; WSM 925; SNG Spaer 23; HGC 9, 92a (S-R1); Sear GCV 5852.
Struck ca. 286-281 BC at Antioch on the Orontes.
(20 mm, 7.06 g, 2h).
Note the misspelled legend, missing the letter O in the genitive of the king's name; the only known example of this apparently unrecorded error.
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GREEK, SILVER OBOL OF AIOLIS KYME FROM 480 - 450 BC OBVERSE – Head of Eagle Right, KY below
REVERSE – Incuse square punch
9.8 MM AND 1.01 GRAMS.
Extremly rare eagle to right(Third known) , no other example found with the same weight, unpublished in any known reference!!!
Canaan
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Greek, Silver Obol; Sidon mint. Circa 375-332 BCObv: City walls with three towers.
Rev: Prow of galley with eye to right; five pellets above, Lion below.
10mm and 0.9 grams.
Not listed in any known reference!!!
5 commentsCanaan
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Greek, Sogdiana, Imitative Antiochos I Soter, 281-261 BC, AR Drachm Laureate head of Antiochos right.
Retrograde legend ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ANT[I]OXOY curving from left to below and before a bridled horned horse head right, circled Δ to far right.
SC 461-462 (var. – controls); HGC 9, 136 (var. - controls) (R3).
Sogidana, uncertain mint, mid-third century BC.
A unique and unrecorded variant of SC 461-462.
(17 mm, 2.86 g, 6h)
ex- William K. Raymond Collection

The crude style, the retrograde semi-circular legend, the disposition of the mint control and the low weight of this coin are indicative of a Sogdian imitation of the Antiochos I drachm type that was issued by the mint at Ai Khanoum in Baktria during the period 281-261 BC. Unlike the imitative coin the official issue was struck on the Attic weight standard of 4.3 grams. The style of this coin and the full replication of the Ai Khanoum mint control place it early in the Sogdian imitative series, possibly contemporaneous with the lifetime Antiochos I issue that it imitates. Marcanda/Samarkand and Bukhara are likely candidates for the origin of this coin.
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Greek, Syria, Apameia, ca.1st cent. B.C.AE 20, Apameia, ca. 1st cent. B.C. Obv: Turreted head of Tyche facing right, dotted border. Rev: Nike advancing holding filleted wreath, APAMEWN THS EIPAS KAI ASYLOY, AN in right field, Seleukid era date GMS (70/69 BC) to right of Nike. Similar to Lindgren I, 2034, but with an unlisted date (Seleukid as opposed to Pompeian) and AN in field. Not in Lindgren, Not in Sear, Not in Hoover HGC 9.Molinari
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Greek, Taras, DidrachmUnlisted with the letters in front of the horse.2 commentsPhiloromaos
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Greek, THESSALIAN LEAGUE--SHIELD/LYRE (possibly unpublished Rogers 4 var.)AE 14 mm 3.24 g
302 - 294 BCE
OBV: MACEDONIAN SHIELD WITH CENTRAL STAR
REV: ThESSA (r. down) )/LWN (l. down) AT SIDES OF LYRE
ROGERS 4 var.
POSSIBLY UNPUBLISHED VARIETY (IN ROGERS 4, ARRANGEMENT OF ETHNIC IS DOWN WITH OPEN END OF LYRE FACING DOWN)
1 commentslaney
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Greek, Western Anatolia, c. 620 - 600 B.C., Plain Globular Type Electrum HekteSH85577. Electrum hekte, Phokaic standard 1/6 stater; unpublished, EF, flan cracks, uncertain western Anatolia mint, weight 2.721g, maximum diameter 8.96mm, c. 620 - 600 B.C.; obverse plain globular surface; reverse one small incuse square punch; extremely rare

Unpublished! The majority of the earliest electrum issues were struck on the lighter Milesian weight standard, with hectes weighing approximately 2.35 grams. This example, however is on the heavier Phocaic standard that was used at mints such as Cyzicus, Mysia and Phocaea, Ionia.
Joe Sermarini
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India, Chandragupta IIIndia,Gupta king- Chandragupta II,
weight 1.49 gms,Silver.
unpublished
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Nabataea, Aretas IV/ Huldu Y.12 - Unpublished variant with Monogram #4 and unlisted year (12)Obv: Head of Aretas IV r., o to r., Insc.: "חרתת מלך נבטו רחם עמה"
Rev.: Head of Huldu r., Mon. #4 to r., Insc.: "חלדו מלכת נבטו שנת 12"
diam. 13.5 mm., Wt. 4.07 g., Silver
AD. 3/4
2 commentseastroman_coins
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Antoninus Pius. Serpent on Half Galley (Snake on a boat)Antoninus Pius, 138-161 A.D., Nicomedia, Bithynis, 18mm, 3.61g,
OBV: KAICAP ANTΩNINO, Laureate head right.
REV: MHTPOПOΛEΩC NPINO, (or similar) Coiled serpent right atop forepart of galley right.

BMC___, von Aulock___, SNG Copenhagen__ RPC IV online
SRukke
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, BITHYNIA. Caesarea Germanica. Hadrian Ae 25 Tyche standingReference.
RPC III, --;

Obv. ΑΥΤΟ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟΣ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒ.
Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.

Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΕΙΑΣ ΓΕΡΜΑΝΙΚΗΣ.
Tyche standing left, holding cornucopia and rudder

10.45 gr
25 mm
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, CAPPADOCIA, Tyana. Hadrian, 136-37 AD ClubReference
RPC III, 2959A;

Issue Year 21

Obv. ΑΥ ΚΑΙ ΤΡ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ϹΕΒΑϹΤ
Laureate head of Hadrian, right

Rev. ΤΥΑΝΕΩΝ ΤΩ ΠΡ ΤΑ ΙƐΡ ΑϹΥ ΑΥΤ
Club; in field, l. and r., ΕΤ ΚA

5.0 gr
16 mm
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, CaracallaAE18 3.7 grams Philippopolis, Thrase,
Obv: M AV K ANTWNEINOC (or similar), youthful, laureate, draped bust right
Rev: FILIPPOPOLEITWN crescent with 4 stars within and another star below

From Ivan Varbanov "Yes, the coin is very interesting and rare. For pos. 1545 I cite the Moushmov description. I have no picture of this coin. So we can't be sure if the Moushmov coin is with 4 or 5 stars. This is the problem of his catalogue - it gives us insufficient information. And this makes your coin very attractive."
Steve27
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Caracalla (196-217) AD., AE20, Stobi, MacedoniaUnpublished (20/19 mm, 3.27 gm)
ANTONINVS PIVS AVG, Laureate head right
MVNICI STOBEN, Hermes seated left holding caduceus
moneta_auction
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Caracalla * Nemesis - Pessinus * Æ 29, 198-217 AD.
Caracalla * Nemesis – Pessinus, Galatia * Bronze Provincial

Obv: Caracalla, Laureate, cuirassed (and draped?) bust, left facing. ANTONINOC AVΓOVCTOC
Rev: Nemesis standing, left facing, holding measuring rod in right hand, bridle in left. ΠΕCCI N OVNTIΩN

Exergue: N/A

Mint: Pessinus (Galatia).
Struck: 198-217 AD.

Size: 29.79 mm.
Weight: 14.6 gms.
Die axis: 0°

Condition: As seen here, marginally nicer in hand and considerably more to the brown than the green side in the patina.
All in all a very pleasant coin.

Refs: (?) ~ Not Found in the following *
Lindgren I, II or III
Sear
BMC (at least from the time when Wroth's volume on Galatia, Cappadocia, and Syria was published).
SNG France 3
Coll Pozzi
SNG Pal
SNG Righetti
SNG Hunterian
ANS
Gorny & Mosch – nor in –
Wheaton College Col.

Apparently an unknown issue.
Tiathena
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Roman Empire Provincial, Caracalla - Laodicea ad Lycus, PhrygiaAE 36
Lucius Aelius Pigres asiarch
211 - 217 AD
laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right from behind
AVT·KAI M·AYP'AN·_TΩNEINOC·CEB
Agnostic table with prize urn and palm on top; knives at sides; kantharos under table
EΠI Λ AIΛ ΠI_ΓPHTOC ACIAP
ΛAOΔIKEΩN / NEΩKOPΩN
ex Aurea
Johny SYSEL
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Caracalla from TarsosCaracalla -- AE30, Tarsos. R: Caracalla wearing wreath and robes of the demiourgos, facing temple and victimarius swinging an ax to slay a sacrificial bull. SNG Levante -, SNG Paris - , SNG Aulock -, SNG Righetti -, Ziegler -. Possibly unpublished? Thanks to Curtis Clay for reference checks. 6 commentsfeatherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Caracalla, AE30, Pautalia, Thrace, Satyr and NymphCaracalla --AE30, Pautalia, Thrace. Unlisted for Caracalla - similar type recorded for Septimius Severus but different reverse die. 1 commentsfeatherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, COMMAGENE Samosata. AE 13 134-34 AD Winged caduceusReference.
RPC III, 3424 var. (obv. legend)

Issue ΕΤ ΙΘ = regnal year 19

Obv. ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС СΕΒACTOC
Laureate bust of Hadrian, r., with paludamentum, seen from rear

Rev. Φ-Λ / С-Α / ΕΤ - ΙΘ
Winged caduceus

2.75 gr
13 mm
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Commodus, AE 19, Cerasus, PontusCommodus --AE19, Cerasus (Pontus). Laureate, cuirassed and draped bust right/R: Dolphin right, city legend below. Apparently unlisted. featherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, EGYPT, Alexandria. Hadrian Dichalkon 125-28 AD star within CrescentReference.
RPC III, --

Obv.
Laureate head right.

Rev.
6 ray Star within crescent

0.98 gr
13 mm
6h
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, EGYPT, Alexandria. Hadrian Drachm 117-18 AD Zeus recliningReference.
RPC III, --

Issue L B = year 2

Obv. ΑΥΤ ΚΑΙϹ ΤΡΑΙΑΝΟϹ ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟϹ ϹƐΒ
Laureate head of Hadrian, r., drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. L B in ex.
Zeus reclining left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre

21.51 gr
33.34 mm
12h
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Elagabal AE24 from Alexandria TroasElagabal AE24, 218-222 AD, Alexandria Troas.
Obv: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG, laureate and draped bust right, seen from rear.
Rev: COL ALEXA AVG, Marsyas on pedestal right, raising right, holding wine-skin over his shoulder with left.
Ø 22-24 mm, 7.28 g
Bellinger -, Hunter -, Leypold -, Lindgren -, SNG Aul. -, SNG Cop. -, SNG München -, SNG Tüb. -

An unpublished reverse for Elagabal from Alexandria Troas. See discussion here
Pscipio
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Elagabalus218 - 222 AD
AE 16 mm, 3.01 g
O: Radiate, draped and cuirassed, seen from behind
R: Large SC, K above, A below; all within plain circle surrounded by laurel wreath of eight elements, with wreath fastened at top with garland.
Mcalee 798 (otherwise apparently unpublished, as per Forum shop); extremely rare.
Syria, Antioch
laney
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Elagabalus from KlaudiopolisElagabalus --AE30, Bithynia, Klaudiopolis. R: Nemesis standing left. Recueil -, SNG Aulock - , Leypold -, Righetti-, Lindgren -. Possibly unlisted?

(featherz)
featherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Elagabalus, AE 1 Assaria, EphesusIONIA, Ephesus. Elagabalus. 218-222 AD. Æ 1 Assaria (17mm, 2.69 gm). Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right / A within wreath. BMC Ionia -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; SNG Turkey -; Lindgren-Kovacs -; Lindgren III -. VF, green patina. Extremely rare denomination.

2 commentsfeatherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Elagabalus, AE30, BerytusElagabalus --AE30, Berytus. R: Thanatos (?) facing Hermes. NISCfeatherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Elagabalus, AE30, Etenna in Pisidia, Zeus enthroned right, unlistedEtenna in Pisidia, Elagabalus, 218-222 AD.
Æ30 (29-30mm / 16.42 g),
Obv.: [AY] K M AYP - ANT[ΩNEINO] , laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev.: ETEN - NEΩ[N] , Zeus enthroned right, holding scepter. Unlisted, same obv. die as von Aulock, Pisidien II, no. 568, pl. 13 ; Rev: cf. ANS 1981.40.23 .

Curtis Clay:
This coin seems to be from the same obv. die as von Aulock, Pisidien II, no. 568, pl. 13. ANTWNEINO before face, vA attributes to Elagabalus, though the same coin, in Athens, had earlier been published as Caracalla.
Zeus seated right is a new type for Elagabalus at this mint, though vA has it both earlier, for Septimius and for Caracalla under Septimius, and later, for Sev. Alex. and Tranquillina.
Arminius
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Elagabalus, AE30, PerinthusElagabalus --AE30, Perinthus. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right, seen from behind / Nike standing facing, head left, holding patera over lighted altar, and palm. SNG Copenhagen -; BMC Thrace -; Mionnet -. Good VF, olive patina. An apparently unique and unpublished type. 9 commentsfeatherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Elagabalus: Nemesis ReverseI cannot find this type listed anywhere.

Obverse: AVT K M AVR ANTWNEINOC;
Reverse: Nemesis drawing the fabric of her costume from her shoulder and holding a baton, there will be a wheel at her feet (obscured).
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Geta Bithynia provincial RG 140 var (obverse legend).AE 18 mm 3.6 grams 189-209 AD
OBV :: P SEPT GETAS K . Bare headed, draped , bust right of Geta
REV :: HRAKLHAS PONTW. Helmeted Bust right of Athena wearing Aegis
EX :: none
minted in Heracleia in Bithynia
Isegrim reference RG 140 var (obverse legend).

unlisted obverse legend.

Obverse legend is listed on coins with heads on the obverse and reverse, this coin has busts on both sides.

Unlisted in the following references

BMC , Mionnet volumes II and V supl, coinarchives, wildwind, RPC online. RPC vol 1 PT 1, RPC vol 1 pt 2, RPC sup 1 and 2, ANS database.

Discussion on Forvm at this link http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=49842.0
1 commentsJohnny
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Geta, AE30, SerdicaGeta --AE30, Serdica. R: Emperor/Warrior standing right on captive. Similar to L. Ruzicka, Die Muenzen von Serdica, Numismatische Zeitschrift 48, 1914, nos. 339-340 (Caracalla). Reverse purportedly unlisted for Geta. 2 commentsfeatherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Geta, AE32 EphesosGeta --AE32, Ephesos. R: Artemis standing half right holding bow, tree behind, hound or stag at feet. von Aulock-; BMC-; SNG Cop. -; Typenkatalogue-. Unpublished? 1 commentsfeatherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Geta, Neoclaudiopolis (Paphlagonia)All the coins of this city are rare, and this one seems to be of an unpublished type. The reverse shows the seductive "apocalyptic" Aphrodite loosening her garment and holding an apple.
The obverse legend contains the rare (and so far unexplained?) KOM KECAP, also known on coins of Geta from Tavium in Galatia.
2 commentsBritannicus
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Gordian III., Nikopolis in Moesia Inferior, issued by Sabinius Modestus, 4 assaria, 238-244 AD., Athena seated l.Nikopolis in Moesia Inferior,
Gordian III., issued by Sabinius Modestus,
4 assaria / Æ26 (26-29 mm / 13.72 g), 238-244 AD.,
Obv.: AYT K M ANT Γ-OPΔIANOC A{YΓ} , ({YΓ} ligate), laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Gordian right, seen from behind.
Rev.: VΠ CAB - MOΔЄCTOV N-I-KOΠOΛЄIT{ΩN} Π / POC IC{TP}ON , ({ΩN} , {TP} ligate), Athena seated left on a throne, her outstretched right hand holding Nike, her left holding spear; helmet? below throne, round shield behind.
cf. AMNG I 2051-3 (but Athena standing) ; Moushmov 1476-8 (only standing Athena) .
2 commentsArminius
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Hadrian (117-138), LYDIA. Stratonicaea-Hadrianopolis. Ae. 18 Nike.Reference.
Journal: Milne, Oxford 3 in NC 1939; BMC -; SNG Copenhagen -; SNG von Aulock -; Imhoof-Blumer, LS -; Isegrim -.

Obv: ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟC KTICΤΗC.
Laureate head right.

Rev: AΔΡΙΑΝΟΠ CT YΠ .
Nike advancing left with wreath and palm.

4.20 g.
18 mm.
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Hadrian CARIA Euippe, Artemis statueReference.
RPC III -; apparently unpublished; AΔP c/m Howgego 511

Obv. [ ] AΔPIANOC [ ]?
Laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian, right, with a radiated head right facing on Hadrian his bust

Rev. ЄVIΠΠЄΩN
Facing statue of Artemis Ephesia, with supports; to inner left and right, stag standing outward, facing

19.82 gr
31 mm
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, hadrian MYSIA. Lampsacus, Priapus standingcf RPC III, -- 1550 Trajan; same SNG France 1272; BMC Mysia -, SNG BnF -, SNG Cop

Obv. AΔIANOC KAICAP
Laureate and cuirassed bust of Hadrian right

Rev. ΛΑΜΨΑΚΗΝωΝ
ithyphallic Priapus standing left, right hand raised, left hand on hip

1.55 gr
15 mm
6h
FORVM coin
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Hadrian, AE19, Tyana in Cappadocia, 135-136 AD. Unlisted.Tyana in Cappadocia, Hadrian,
Æ19 (18-19 mm / 5.67 g), 135-136 AD.,
Obv.: [AYTO] KAIC TPAI AΔPIANOC CЄB[ACTOC] , laureate head right.
Rev.: [TYANEΩN TΩN N?] TA - IEP ACY AYT / ET - K (regnal year 20 = 135-6 AD.) , Athena standing left, holding Nike and resting right hand on shield set on ground.
unlisted? ; cf. Auct. Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger, Auction 378, April 28th, 2004, Lot number: 1133 ; cf. http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=29615.msg191911#msg191911 .
1 commentsArminius
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, HADRIAN, CILICIA, Lamus.Reference
RPC III, --; Ziegler -; SNG BN -; SNG Levante -; SNG Levante Supp. -; apparently unpublished.

Obv.
Laureate head right.
Rev.
Eagle standing facing, head left, with wreath in beak and wings spread.

9.23 gr
30 mm

Note.
Ex Dr. P. Vogl Collection; ex Bankhaus Aufhäuser 29.07.1994
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, HADRIAN, CILICIA, Syedra. Æ 17 Artemis standingReference.
RPC III -; Ziegler -; SNG BN -; SNG Levante -; SNG Levante Supp. -; apparently unpublished.

Obv. ΑΥΤOKPA ΑΔΡΙΑИΟС.
Laureate and cuirassed bust right.

Rev. СYЄ - ΔΡЄ.
Artemis standing left, holding pomegranate and sceptre.

4.45 gr
17 mm

Note.
Ex Dr. P. Vogl Collection; ex auction Künker 20, lot 206 October 1991
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Hadrian, Cistophorus IONIA Ephesus mint, Zeus seated leftReference.
RPC III, -- ; Metcalf --; cf RIC II 478 var. (obverse legends).

Obv. HADRIANVS-AVGVSTVS P P
Bare head right.

Rev. IOVIS OLYMPIVS
Jupiter seated left holding sceptre in l. and cult image of Ephesian Artemis in right

9.91 gr
31 mm
7h
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Hadrian, Cistophorus Uncertain mint after 129 ADReference.
cf RIC 517; cf Metcalf 125; cf RPC 3, 1418 different bust and legend

Obv. IMP CAES TRAI (?) HADRIANVS AVG P MAX (?) TRI POT COS III P P
Laureate, draped, cuirassed bust right, seen from behind.

Rev. COS — III
Legionary eagle between two standards.

9.8 gr
24 mm
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Hadrian, Cistophorus Uncertain mint in Asia Minor, EagleReference.
RPC III, --; Metcalf --

Obv. HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS P P
Laureate bust left.

Rev. COS III.
Eagle, with head right and wings spread, standing facing on thunderbolt.

10.15 gr
28 mm
12h
5 commentsokidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, HADRIAN, IONIA, Miletus. Ae 36 Zeus standingReference.
BMC - ;SNG von Aulock- ;SNG Copenhagen -; SNG France- ;RPC - ;

Obv: AΔPIANOC KAICAP ΟΛΙΜΠΙΟC
Laureate head right.

Rev: POVΦOV TO B ΜΙΛΗ- CΙΩΝ ΕΠΙ
Zeus standing right, wearing chlamys, holding thunderbolt, and resting hand on hip.

26.25 gr
36 mm
h

Note.
The worship of Hadrian as 'Zeus Olympios' in the east of the empire was also practiced in Miletus. A proof of this is this coinage, which the emperor explicitly names as 'ΟΛΙΜΠΙΟC'. In addition, the archaeological excavations in Miletus have been used to discover a large number of household altars who had been consecrated to Hadrian, who had inscriptions such as "The Caesar Trajan Hadrian Sebastos Zeus Olympios" (Friesen, Imperial Cults, p. 177)
okidoki
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Roman Empire Provincial, Hadrian, PAMPHYLIA, Side, Ae 24 Athena standing leftReference.
unpublished

Obv. [ ] [ ] ΑΔΡΙΑΝΟС?
Laureate, draped, bust right

Rev. СΙΔΗΤωΝ
Athena standing facing, head left, holding palm frond and pomegranate.

8.80 gr
24 mm
12h
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, HADRIAN, PISIDIA, Timbriada. Æ 16 Mên standingvery rare
Reference.
RPC 3; 2817
unpublished in the standard references.
CNG eAuction 354 lot 342; Gitbud & Naumann Auction 29 lot 468 ; Heidelberger Münzhandlung Herbert Grün Auction 64 lot 2119

Obv. KAI AΔPIA
Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right.

Rev. TIMBPIAΔЄΩN
Mên standing left with phrygian cap , holding pine cone and sceptre.

3.06 gr
16 mm
6h
1 commentsokidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, HADRIAN, PONTUS, Nicopolis ad Lycum, Ae 18 126-27 AD NikeReference.
RPC III, 2945A; new type

Issue Year 56 (NϚ)

Obv. AYT TPAI-AΔPIAN
Laureate head of Hadrian right

Rev. ΕΤΟΥC ΝϚ
Victory walking, right, holding wreath and palm 'uncertain object' to right

4.61 gr
18 mm
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Julia Domna, 193-217 AD., AE26, Makedonia, Koinon - Unlisted.Makedonia, Koinon, Julia Domna, 193-217 AD.,
Æ26 (26-27 mm / 13,40 g),
Obv.: IOVΛIA - AYΓOYCTA , draped bust of Julia Domna right.
Rev.: KOINON MA - KЄΔONΩN , Athena seated left, (holding Nike?) left arm leaning on shield.
unlisted ; AMNG III - ; Mouchmov - (cf. 5900, Sept. Severus) ; Varbanov (Eng) III does not list a single issue for Julia Domna.
(double strike on rev.)

my ancient coin database
1 commentsArminius
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Julia Domna, Nikopolis in Moesia Inferior, AE16, 193-211 AD., Unlisted.Nikopolis in Moesia Inferior, (Septimius Severus and) Julia Domna,
Æ16 / Assarion (15-17 mm / 2.90 g), 193-211 AD.,
Obv.: IOYΛI ΔOM... , draped bust of Domna r.
Rev.: ...NA NIKOΠOΛIT Π(P I..?) , draped bust of Domna r.
AMNG I - (cf. Page 388, no. 1448, Septimius Severus and Julia Domna).

Patricia Lawrence: It looks as if one of the dies for the Septimius / Julia --and there are at least two rev. dies-- was paired, probably accidentally, with one of her small obverses.
2 commentsArminius
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Julia Domna, Paulatania, ThraceThracia, Pautalia, Julia Domna, probably unpublished
AE 22, 6.6g (so-called 'Dreier')
obv. [IO]VLIA - DO[MNA CEB]
bust, draped, r.
rev. [PAV]TAL - EW - T[WN]
Hygieia stg. r., feeding snake from patera in her l. hand
not in Ruzicka, probably unpublished

Check out this post to follow the attribution!: [DEAD LINK, REMOVED BY ADMIN]
Matthew Raica
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Nerva, Drachm - Caduceus and LyresAR Drachm
LYCIA. Nerva. 97 AD
(3,60g)
Obv: Laureate head right; Λ−Y across field
Rev: ΥΠΑΤΟΥ ΤΡΙΤΟΥ, caduceus between pair of lyres.
1 commentsOptimo Principi
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Sabina (Augusta, 128-136/7 AD) MYSIA, Cyzicus. Ae.18 Kyzicos standing.Reference.
RPC III -; SNG von Aulock -; SNG Copenhagen -; BMC -; apparently unpublished.

Obv. CABINA CЄBACTH.
Draped bust of Sabina, r., with hair coiled and piled on top of head above double stephane

Rev. K - Y / Z - I.
Hero Kyzicos naked but a chlamys on l. shoulder, standing l., resting on sceptre with his r. hand, l. hand on his hip

4.42 gr
18 mm
h
1 commentsokidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, SABINA, 1618A MYSIA, Hadriani ad Olympum, Ae 27 Athena standingReference
RPC --; Von Fritze --

Obv. СΑΒΕΙΝΑ СΕΒΑСΤΗ (same obv die as RPC III 1816)
Draped bust of Sabina, r., with hair coiled and piled on top of head above double stephane

Rev. ΑΔΡΙΑΝΩΝ ΠΡΟC ΟΛΥΝΠ
Athena standing facing, head l., holding out Nike and resting hand on shield

9.47 gr
27 mm
6h
1 commentsokidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, SABINA, BITHYNIA Koinon of Bithynia, Tetrastyle temple female figureReference.
RPC 3, 990 var. (facing female, in pediment star); Rec 60 same

Obv. СΑΒΕΙΝΑ СΕΒΑСΤΗ
Draped bust of Sabina, r., with hair coiled and piled on top of head above double stephane.

Rev. ΚΟΙ-ΝΟΝ ΒΕΙΘΥΝΙΑС
Tetrastyle temple on podium of two steps, with star in pediment; within, draped female figure (Empress?) stands facing Left, resting with r. hand on long sceptre, holding patera in l. hand

8.95 gr
23.50 mm
6h
okidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, SABINA, CARIA, Trapezopolis Ae 19 Mên standingReference.
RPC --; apparently unpublished.

Magistrate Ti. Fla. Max. Lysias,

Obv: CABЄINA CЄBACTH
Draped bust of Sabina, r., hair coiled and piled on top of head above triple stephane

Rev: ΔΙΑ Τ Φ ΜΑΞ ΛVСΙΟV TPAΠEZOΠ / OΛITΩN.
Mên standing, l., wearing Phrygian cap, holding pine cone and sceptre, behind his shoulders, crescent

4.22 gr
19 mm
1 commentsokidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Septimius Severus - AE 24Nikaia
193-211 AD
laureate head right
AV K Λ CEΠ_CEV(HP)OC ΠE
eagle with wreath standing on fulmen between standsards
NIK_AI_EΩN
apparently unique - not in Rec Gen, Corsten, BMC, SNG von Aulock, SNG Cop, SNG Leypold, SNG Righetti, SNG Lewis, Lindgren I&III, Hunterian, all of the SNG Turkeys, Waddington's Inventaire Sommaire, McLean or Mionett.
8,84g
Johny SYSEL
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Septimius Severus - AE 27Calchedon
193-211 AD
draped bust right
AY K Λ CEΠ CEY(HP)OC Π
Apollo holding patera and branch
KAΛXAΔO_NIΩN
Corsten -; RG - ; cf SNG von Aulock 496 (for obv.); otherwise unpublished
9,65g 28-26 mm

I've found only one another specimen sold by CNG attributed as apparently unique.
Johny SYSEL
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Septimius Severus, AEPossibly unlisted reverse type of Hygieia under legate Barbarus. Jurukova-, Varbanov-, BMC-, COP - . featherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Septimius Severus, Nikopolis ad Istrum, Moesia InferiorSeptimius Severus AD 193-211
AE 16, 2.74g
obv. AY KL C[EP] - CEYHROC
bust, laureate, r.
rev. NIKOPOL - PROC IC / [...?]
Harpokrates, nude, standing l., cornucopiae in l. hand, and r. hand before his
mouth
probably unpublished
Jochen
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Severus Alexander and Julia Maesa, Markianopolis in Moesia Inferior, governor Tereventinus, 5 assaria, 222-235 AD., unpublished.Markianopolis in Moesia Inferior, Severus Alexander and Julia Maesa, governor Tereventinus,
Æ28 / 5 assaria (27-29 mm / 13.76 g), 222-235 AD.,
Obv.: AVT K M AVP CEVH AΛEZANΔPOC IOVΛIA MAIC {AVΓ} , ({AVΓ} ligate ), confronted busts of Severus Alexander (l.) and Julia Maesa (r.).
Rev.: {HΓ} {OV}M TEPEBENTIN{OV} M{AP}KIANOΠOΛITΩN / E , ({HΓ}, {OV}, {AR} ligate) , Hera/Juno standing l., holding patera? and torch/spear?.
unpublished, cf. AMNG I page 296, 1063*.

Curtis Clay: For some reason coins of Alex. and Maesa under Tereventinus are rare. Pick knew only two types, three specimens, since 1064 shows Mamaea not Maesa. Hristova/Jekov pp. 189 and 191 try to add two new types, but the readings of empress and/or governor seem doubtful.
1 commentsArminius
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, THRACE, Odessus Hadrian Theos Megas recliningReference.
RPC III,---; AMNG -, Varbanov -

Obv. ΑΥΤΟ ΝΕΡ ΤΡΑ ΚΑΙ ΣΕ ΓΕΡ - ΔΑ
Laureate head of Hadrian, r. with drapery on l. shoulder

Rev. ΟΔΗССΕΙΤΩΝ
Theos Megas reclining l., holding cornucopia in his r. hand

3.13 gr
15 mm
1 commentsokidoki
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Trebonianus Gallus - AnemuriumTrebonianus Gallus -- AE22, Anemurium (Cilicia). Dated RY 2 (252/53 AD). A K G T GALLON, laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / ET B ANE-M-OVPIEWN, Artemis advancing right, drawing bow from quiver and holding bow; stag at feet. Cf. SNG Levante 505 (Herennia Etruscilla; same reverse die); SNG France -; BMC Lycaonia -; SNG Copenhagen -; SNG von Aulock -. Apparently an unpublished reverse for this emperor, linked to his predecessor's spouse.2 commentsfeatherz
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Valerian II, AE21, Alexandria TroasIMP LICI COR VALERIA, Bare-headed draped bust (of Valerian II) right / COL AVG TROA, Horse grazing right.

Bellinger --, Sear --, Lindgren & Kovacs --, Lindgren III --, SNG von Aulock --, SNG Copenhagen --, BMC --

Per Curtis Clay, also Cohen --, SNG Righetti --, SNG Leypold --, Winsemann Falghera --, Berk photofile --
3 commentsEd Flinn
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ROMAN EMPIRE PROVINCIAL, Valerian, AE21, Alexandria TroasIMP LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Laureate draped cuirassed bust right / COL AVG TROAC, Apollo Smintheus standing right, holding patera and bow right, raven at feet right.2 commentsEd Flinn
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Roman Empire, Hadrian Sestertius Roma 138 AD Pietas standingReference.
RIC -- for reverse 1083 Pietas

Obv. HADRIANVS AVG COS III PP
Laureate head right

Rev. TRIB POT COS S-C PIE-TAS
Pietas, draped, standing left next to altar, raising right hand and holding box of incense in left

26.13 gr
31 mm
okidoki
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Roman Empire, Antoninus Pius AE AsAs of Antoninus Pius. Minted between 155 and 156 A.D. 10,7 gr. 25
mm. Choice Very Fine. Strong strike. Well centered. Choice high relief
portrait and reverse. Dark-green patina. Rare.

Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP IMP II. Laureate head right with
drapery on left shoulder.

Reverse: TR POT XIX COS IIII SC. Pax standing left holding branch
and cornucopiae.

Unlisted in BMC, Cohen, RIC and Sear !
4 comments
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Roman Empire, Antoninus Pius, Sestertius of AD 142 (Genius of the senate) Æ Sestertius (23,09g, Ø 33mm, 11h). Rome mint. Struck AD 142.
Obv.: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, laureate head left.
Rev.: GENIO SENATVS around, S C across field, Genius of the Senate, togate, standing facing, head left, holding branch and short sceptre.
This is an unlisted, left-headed variety of RIC 605 (head right); BMCRE 1241 (idem); Cohen 400 (idem); Strack 834 (none listed for head left) and Banti 164 (head right)
Ex Sondermann Numismatics (April, 2015).

2 commentsCharles S
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Roman Empire, Arcadius AE3Obverse: DN ARCADI-VS PF AVG
Reverse: GLORIA-ROMANORVM (Emperor on Horseback raising right hand)
Exergue: CONS(Gamma)

Attribution: Officina Gamma is not listed in RIC for this issue.
2 comments
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Roman Empire, Carausius, 287 A.D. London mintCarausius, 286/287-293 A.D. Bronze antoninianus, 3.85g, 24.8mm, 180o, Gvf, exotic “British” style. London mint. Minted 287 A.D. Obv: radiate draped and cuirassed bust right, IMP CARAVSIVS P F AVG. Rev: Providentia Ref: standing left holding rudder and cornucopia, PROVID AVG. Ex. Scott Collection. RIC -.

Extremely rare, possibly unpublished or unique

FORVM ref: "Although RIC lists numerous varieties of Providentia reverses, this particular reverse, with rudder, PROVID AVG, and no mintmarks is unlisted. RIC notes that London issued coins without mintmarks in 287 A.D. As this was the beginning of "British Empire" coinage, coins were often irregular and overstruck on older coins".
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