LUCIUS MARCIUS PHILIPPUS (step-brother of Augustus) 56BC, Silver Denarius, 20mm, 4.03g
Obv: diademed head of King Ancus Marcius right, lituus behind, ANCVS below
Rev: aqaeduct represented as an arcade of five arches surmounted by equestrian statue right, A-Q-V-A- MAR (monogram) within the arches, PHILIPPVS on left. Near EF, toned.
£200 (P&P FREE to UK)
L. Cassius Q.F Longinus, 78BC, SIlver Denarius
Obv: Head of Bacchus wreathed with ivy, right, thrysus over shoulder
Rev: Head of Libera (Prosperina) with ivy, left, L CASSI QF behind
18mm, 3.67g Grade considered almost VF, bankers mark on portrait, nice tone and clear inscriptions.
£95 (P&P FREE to UK)
L. TITURIUS L.f. SABINUS, 89BC, AR Denarius
(Depicting part rape of the Sabine women myth)
Obv: bearded head of King Tatius r., SABIN behind, palm before
Rev: Tarpeia, facing, buried to her waist in shields, with raised hands trying to thrust off two soldiers who are about to cast their shields at her, L TITVRI in ex, star and crescent moon above. 18mm, 3.74g. Grade Fine/VF, scraped. £85 (P&P FREE to UK)
Dei Penates denarius, Silver Denarius, 47 BC, C. Antius C. f. Restio, The Dei Penates.
Obverse: Diademed jugate heads of the Dei Penates right; DEI PENATES behind
Reverse: Naked Hercules advancing right, brandishing club and holding trophy; C ANTIVS (CF)
Rarely offered coin in affordable state!
Slightly off centre. 17-19mm, 3.5g
Reference: S435; CRR 971
Reverse: Victory with whip in galloping biga right, M MAR C, ROMA below, divided by two grain ears.