T. Carisius (Imperatorial Moneyer) Silver Denarius, Rome 46BC
Obverse: Winged bust of Victory, right
Reverse: Victory driving galloping quadriga, right, holding wreath and reins, T. CAR[ISIVS]
Ref: CRI 73
Grade: AVF weak areas on both sides
£70 (P&P FREE to UK other locations ask)
C Minucius Augurinus, Silver Denarius, Columna Minucia, 135BC
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma, right,X below chin, ROMA behind
Reverse: Column surrounded by statue between to togate figures C AVG above
£180 (P&P FREE to UK other locations ask)
Mn. Fonteius C.f, Silver Denarius, 85BC
Obverse: Laureate head of Apollo, right, MN (conjoined) FONTEI [CF]
Reverse: Cupid seated on goat standing right, pilei of the Dioscuri above, thyrus of Baccuhus in exergue, all within laurel wreath
P&P FREE to UK other locations ask) £110
Mn. Aquillius Mn.F. N, Silver Serrated Denarius, Rome Mint, 71 BC
Ref: Crawford 401/1
Grade: VF+ small crack to edge, slight flan flaw to reverse
Prov: Ex Roma, previously Ex Savoca, prior to that a priavte European collection.
£220 (P&P free to UK, other locations please ask) #150
C. Sevillius Vatia, Silver Denarius, 127BC, Two Horseman
Reverse: Battle on horseback between two warriors, the shield of horseman on right inscribed M; C•SERVEIL in exergue.
Ref: S140, RRC 264/1
Prov: ex Lockdales sale
Grade: Fine +
£190 (+P&P, non-UK locations please ask first)
Dei Penates denarius, Silver Denarius, 47 BC, C. Antius C. f. Restio,
The Dei Penates
Reverse: Naked Hercules advancing right, brandishing club and holding trophy; C ANTIVS (CF)
Grade: Fine, slightly off centre and scrapes.
Reference: S435; CRR 971
Rarely offered coin in affordable state! Honouring the household gods.
£150 (+P&P, non-UK locations please ask)
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