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1982 Ancient Bronzes, Artefacts, Lead Tokens and a Jetton (41) a varied selection in mixed grades £50 - £100
1983 Ancient Egypt bronzes (5) includes Ptolemy VIII (170-117BC) around VG £20 - £40
1984 Ancient Greece (2) - Ar Stater Akarnania c.350-300BC Obverse: Athena helmeted, left, NAV monogram behind head in field, Reverse Pegasus flying left with AN below, Pegasi 26, VF. Thasos Tetradrachm obverse with MV monogram countermark, 14.5 grammes, VG/Poor £70 - £120
1985 Ancients Greek and Roman in an album (66), includes some fantasy issues, in mixed lower grades £60 - £90
1986 Ancients includes Roman, Byzantine and Greek, (220) includes some in silver (31) many different types represented, a few holed, in mixed grades some VF £250 - £300
1987 Byzantine Gold Solidus, Revolt of the Heraclii (608-610 AD), Obverse: Heraclius and Exarch Heraclius facing, robed, Reverse: Cross Potent on 4 steps, 4.45 grammes Good Fine £1,000 - £3,000
1988 Celtic Units (4) Potin (c.120-100BC) Thurrock Butting Bull type S.62 (2), Class II type S.64 (2) one uniface, Fair to Fine £20 - £40
1989 Dupondis Agrippa Reverse: Crocodile and Palm tree with snake and wheat ear countermark as part of a group of Roman Countermarked Bronzes (5) in mixed grades NVG to Fine £20 - £40
1990 Egypt - Roman Empire Tetradrachm Antoninus Pius (146-147AD) Obverse: Laureate head right ANTфNINOC CEBEYCEB ΔEKATOY (Year 10) Reverse: Elpis standing left holding flower and raising skirt, 8.47 grammes, Milne 1897, Fine £20 - £50
1991 Egypt (2) Roman Empire, Hadrian Billon Tetradrachm, Alexandria, AD134-135, Laureate Head right AYT KAIC TPA IN AΔPIANO C CEB, Reverse Bust of Nilus right, with cornucopia at shoulder, Milne 1455, Fine with some edge cracks. Hadrian Billon Tetradrachm, Alexandria, Obverse: Laureate head right, Reverse Serapis on throne extending hand over Kerberos S.3739 Fine/Good Fine £50 - £100
1992 Gold Solidus Gratian Mid 373-April 375AD, Obverse: DN GRATIANVS PF AVG, pearl diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right, Reverse VICTORIA AVGG, Two emperors enthroned facing, holding globe between them Victory with wings spread between their heads, vertical palm branch on throne, TROBT mintmark, RIC IX, Trier 39d, 4.41 grammes, Good Fine with some surface marks £300 - £600
1993
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Nero Sestertius AD63 Obverse: Bust left laureate, NERO CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM PM TR P IMP PP Reverse: Nero, bare-headed and with free-flowing cloak, advances right on horseback, holding spear in right hand, with foot soldier in front, looking back holding up vexillum, with a second foot soldier running behind horse, RIC 108, 22.99 grammes, VF
£1,000 - £1,200
1994 Roman (2) Follis Maxentius (306-312AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate IMP C MAXENTIVS PF AVG, Reverse Roma looking left in hexastyle temple with knobs as acroteria, holding globe and spear, shield at her side, mintmark RET, 6.56 grammes, RIC Rome 258, Sear 14988, Fine/Good Fine, bold for the grade, Reduced Follis Maximinus II (309-312AD) Obverse Bust right, laureate and cuirassed, Reverse: Genio standing left, tower on left, loins draped, holding patera and cornucopiae, star in right field, mintmark PLN, 5.02 grammes, RIC 209b, Fine £25 - £50
1995 Roman (2) Maximinus I (235-238AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right draped and cuirassed, MAXIMINIVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Fides standing holding two standards, FIDES LILITVM SC, RCV 8327, RIC 43 Fine. Sestertius Crispina (178-191AD) Obverse Bust right, CRISPINA AVGVSTA, Reverse: CONCORDIA S C Concord seated left with patera and cornucopia VG with green patina RIC 665 VG with green patination £50 - £100
1996 Roman (3) Dupondis Titus struck 77AD under Vespasian Obverse: T CAES IMP AVGF TR P COS VI CENSOR, Reverse: Felicity standing holding caduceus and cornocopia Good Fine with green patination. AE As Nerva (96-98AD) Obverse: Bust right, Reverse; Standing figure, worn. AE23 Commodus (180-192AD) Obverse: bust right, legend worn, Reverse: Serapis and Cerberus VG £30 - £60
1997 Roman (4) Ae Quadrans Claudius (41-54AD) Obverse: Hand holding scales TI CLAVDIUS CAESAR AVG, PNR in field, Reverse SC, PON M TR P IMP PP COS II, RIC 91, 3.59 grammes Good Fine with some corrosion. Ae Quadrans Augustus, (c.5BC) Obverse Garlanded Altar MESSALLA GALVS III VIR, Reverse SC APRONIVS SISENNA AAAFF 3.278 grammes RIC 433 var. Fine. Ae4 Antoninus Pius (138-161AD), much of obverse legend off the flan, Reverse: Elephant right MVNIFICENTIA AVG, 2.54 grammes, around Fine. Byzantine Decanummium 20mm diameter in bronze, Reverse Large I, ANNO downwards to left, cross above, regnal years II and III top right Near Fine £50 - £100
1998 Roman (6) Ae As Faustina, Ae 25 Diocletian , Ae Antoninianus Allectus, Ae3 and Ae4 Constantius VG to Fine and a silver Denarius Licinius (84BC) Rome Mint 19mm diameter Near Fine £50 - £75
1999 Roman (9) Denarius (4) Caracalla as Caesar 196-197, Laodocea ad Mare, Obverse: Bust right, cuirassed and draped, bare head, seen from behind M AVR ANTON-CAES PONTIF, Reverse: Caracalla in military dress standing facing, baton pointed downward in right hand, spear in left hand, with trophy at right 3.54 grammes, RIC 329 Fine. Caracalla as Augustus 196-217 Obverse: Laureate head right ANTONINVS PIVS AVG BRIT, Reverse Caracalla standing right, holding a transverse spear, behind him are two standards Rome Mint, 3.23 grammes, RIC 225 Fine with edge crack and incomplete flan. Severus Alexander (222-235) AD224. Obverse: Draped bust right, P M TR P III COS P P Reverse: Emperor in military attire standing left, holding globe and inverted spear. 3.13 grammes, RIC 44, Fine. Sepimus Severus 197-198AD Obverse Layreate head right L SEPT SEV PERT AVG X, Reverse: Pax seated left holding branch and sceptre PACI AETERNAE Fine. Sestertius Severus Alexander, Reverse: Pax seated 22.46 grammes, RIC 402 Fine. Ae As (4) Germanicus, Marcus Aurelius, Hadrian and Domitian, VG to Fine £75 - £150
2000 Roman Ae Antoninianii (16) a varied group includes Claudius II (4), Gallienus (2), Salonina (2), Postumus, Vitorinus (4), Tetricus II and Aurelian (2) includes some Provincial types, in mixed grades, along with a Gallienus Billon Tetradrachm of Alexandria, VG to VF £60 - £120
2001 Roman Ae Antoninianii (5) Aurelian (270-275AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed, IMP C AVRELIANVS, Reverse: Emperor standing right, clasping hands with Concordia, standing left, CONCORDIA MILITVM, Mintmark V* in exergue, RIC 244 Siscia, RIC 59 Rome, GVF/NEF with a thin flan crack. Aurelian (270-275AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed, IMP C AVRELIANVS, Reverse: Emperor standing right, clasping hands with Concordia, standing left, CONCORDIA MILITVM, Mintmark T* in exergue, Siscia Mint. RIC 215var, Good Fine. Tetricus I (271-274AD) Cologne Mint, Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped IMP C TERTICVS PF AVG, Reverse: Pax PAX AVG RCV 11243, GVF. Quintillus (270AD) Milan Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate, IMP QVINTILLVS AVG, Reverse: Mars advancing with branch and spear, P in exergue, MARTI PACI, RIC 58P GVF on a slightly irregular flan. Quintillus (270AD) Rome Mint, Obverse: Radiate and draped bust right IMP CM AVR CL QVINTILLVS AVG, Reverse: Fortuna standing left holding rudder on globe and cornucopia, Z in right field, Sear 11441, Good Fine/Fine £50 - £100
2002 Roman Ae Antoninianii (5) Probus (276-282AD) Obverse: Bust left, radiate with eagle-tipped sceptre, PROBVS PF AVG, Reverse: Sol in quadriga, left SOLI INVICTO, in exergue R-thunderbolt-Γ, RIC 203 GF/VF. Carus (282-283AD) Obverse: Radiate and cuirassed bust right IMP CARVS PF AVG, Reverse: Virtus standing with spear and shield, VIRTVS AVGG, KAΓ in exergue VF. Carus (282-283AD) Obverse: Radiate and cuirassed bust right IMP CARVS PF AVG, Reverse: Virtus standing with spear and shield, VIRTVS AVGG, KAΓ in exergue Fine with some pitting, on an irregularly shaped flan. Carinus (282-285AD) Antioch. Obverse: Bust right, radiate IMP C M AVR CARINVS PF AVG, Reverse: Carinus receiving Victory from Jupiter VIRTVS AVGG, EΔ XXI in exergue, RIC 325, NVF/Fine. Maximianus (286-305AD) First reign, Obverse: Bust right, radiate and cuirassed, IMP C M AVR VAL MAXIMINAVS P F AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing right, holding sceptre and orb, facing Hercules standing left holding Victory and club, B and crescent in lower centre Mintmark XXI in exergue, RIC 622B, NVF. Radiate fraction Diocletian (284-305) Heraclea. Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed, IMP C C VAL DIOCLETIANVS P F AVG Reverse: Emperor standing right, receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter, standing left, holding sceptre, HA in lower centre, RIC Heraclea 13/21 Fine £30 - £60
2003 Roman Ae Antoninianii (7) Probus (2), Galerius, Maximianus, Dioceltian, Allectus and Numerian types, VG to VF, along with Roman a mixed group (5) Probus Billon Tetradrachm, Diocletian Billon Tertradrachm, Gordian III Ae21 (Thrace), Ae24 Severus Alexander (Edessa), Elagabalus Ae (Edessa, Mespotamia), in mixed grades Fair to Fine £30 - £60
2004 Roman Ae Antoninianus, Allectis, usurper in Britain (293-296AD) Colchester mint. Obverse: Bust right radiate and cuirassed IMP ALLECTVS AVG, Reverse Galley with crew of six and four oars, VIRTVS AVG, QC in exergue, NVF/GF with green patination £40 - £80
2005 Roman Ae As (2) Augustus (27BC-14AD) Moneyer's series, Obverse: Bare head right, CAESAR AVGVSTVS TRIBVNIC POTEST, Reverse: C PLOTIVS RVFVS IIVIR AAAFF around large SC, RIC 389, 10.92 grammes, Fine with green patination. Tiberius (14-37AD) Bust right, laureate, TI CAESAR (remainder of legend off the flan), Reverse: Front view of the altar of Lugdunum, off-centre, RIC 238a, 9.71 grammes, VG £40 - £70
2006 Roman Ae As (2) Caligula (37-41AD) Obverse: Bare head left C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT, Reverse Vesta seated left with patera and sceptre, VESTA SC, RCV 1803, RIC 38, 11.04 grammes, Fine. Claudius (41-54AD) Obverse: Bare head left, TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG TR P IMP Reverse: Minerva left with shield and javelin RIC 116, 9.96 grammes, About Fine with green patination £75 - £150
2007 Roman Ae As Divus Augustus (struck 34-37AD by Tiberius) Obverse: Radiate head left, DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER, Reverse: SC with thunderbolt between, RIC 83 (Tiberius) 11.11 grammes, VF and pleasing, comes with an old ticket stating 'Seaby July 1956' £50 - £150
2008 Roman Ae Dupondis Antonia Obverse draped bust right ANTONIA AVGVSTA, Reverse TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP S-C Claudius, togate, holding simpulum, Cohen 6 some porosity, approaching Fine with brown patina £100 - £150
2009 Roman Ae Follis (2) Constantius I (305-306AD) Obverse: Bust right, laureate, FL VAL CONSTANTIVS NOB CAES, Reverse: Genius standing left, modius on head, naked but for chlamys over left shoulder, holding patera and cornucopiae GENIO POPV-L-I ROMANI, B in right reverse field, mintmark ALE, RCV 14073, VF. Maximianus (285-308AD) London Mint Obverse: Bust right Laureate and cuirassed DN MAXIMIANO PF S AVG, Reverse: Genius standing left, modius on head, loins draped, holding patera and cornucopiae, mintmark PLN GENIO POP ROM, RIC London 85, RCV 13444, GVF and scarce £40 - £80
2010 Roman Ae Sestertius Antoninus Pius Obverse: Laureate head right ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III, Reverse: Annona standing right, holding cornucopiae and two grain-ears over modius, prow at right ANNONA AVG S-C, Cohen 34 Fine with green patina £100 - £150
2011 Roman Ae Sestertius Faustina I 141AD Cohen 240, Obverse Draped bust right DIVA AVGVSTA FAVSTINA, Reverse Pietas standing, head left sacrificing over altar to left PIETAS AVG S C holding box of incense About Fine with green patina, the reverse with some verdigris £50 - £100
2012 Roman Ae Sestertius Trajan 104-107AD RIC 564. RCV 3196, Obverse: Head right, laureate, with slight drapery on far shoulder [AD. IMP CAES NERVAE] TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TRP COS [ ], Reverse: Dacia seated left in attitude of mourning, on a pile of arms SPQR OPTIMO PRINCIPI, with trophy before, SC in exergue below, Fine/Good Fine £50 - £100
2013 Roman Ae23 Claudius I Obverse: Bare head left TI CLAVD CAESAR [AVG GERM] , Reverse: Claudius, veiled as the founder, ploughing right with two oxen, RPC 4546, NVF the obverse off-centre £40 - £80
2014 Roman Ae3 (18) a good mix of Emperors, VG to NVF £65 - £95
2015 Roman Ae3 and Ae4 (21) includes Licinius I, Licinius II (2), Constantine I (11), Julian II (3), Helena, Fausta, and Romulus & Remus commemorative types (2), in mixed grades, some VF, along with two low denomination pieces 9-10mm diameter one with part legend [IOCL] visible (Diocletian?) these two possibly forgeries, in low grades £60 - £120
2016 Roman Ae4 and Ae3 (25) a wide variety of Emperors represented, Fair to NVF £100 - £150
2017 Roman and Ancient (70) includes many different types with some in silver, in mixed grades to VF £75 - £150
2018 Roman Antonianus Hostilian (251AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, [C VA] LENS HOSTIL MES QVINTVS N C, Reverse: Mars advancing right holding spear and shield, MARTI PROPVGNATORI 4.09 grammes, RIC 177b, Cohen 15, EF with excellent portrait, Rare thus £150 - £200
2019 Roman Antoninianii (5) Caracalla (198-217AD) minted 215AD. Obverse: Radiate Bust right, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Serapis standing left, raising right hand and holding sceptre PM TR P XVIII COS IIII, 4.91 grammes, RCV 6772. Gordian III (238-244AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: Gordian in military attire standing right with spear and globe, PM TRP IIII COS II PP 4.73 grammes, RCV 8646 GVF. Philip I (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, Reverse: Roma seated left with Victory and sceptre, altar at feet, 3.54 grammes, ROMAE AETERNAE RIC 45, RSC 170 VF with some loss of flan between 2 and 3 o'clock. Philip II (247-249AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse Philip standing with spear and globe, 6.00 grammes, RCV 9240, NEF/GVF. Valerian I (253-260AD) Billon (minted 254AD) Obverse: Radiate bust right IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, Reverse: Jupiter standing with thunderbolt and sceptre IOVI CONSERVATORI, 3.00 grammes RCV 9943 GVF £60 - £120
2020 Roman Antoninianii (5) Caracalla (198-217AD) minted 215AD. Obverse: Radiate bust right, ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Serapis standing with sceptre PM TRP XVIIII COS IIII PP, 5.78 grammes, RCV 6777 About VF. Gordian III (238-244AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: PM TR P V COS II P P Apollo seated left, resting arm on lyre, 4.50 grammes, RIC 87, RSC 237, About Fine with some verdigris. Trajan Decius (249-251AD) minted July-Dec. 250AD, Rome Mint, Obverse Bust right IMP C M Q TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG, Reverse: Abundantia emptying cornucopia, ABVNDANTIA AVG, 4.41 grammes, RCV 9364 VF. Herennia Etruscilla (249-251AD) Obverse: Bust right, diamdemed and draped, HERETRUSCILLA AVG, Reverse: Pudicitia seated left PVDICITIA AVG, 3.73 grammes, RIC 59, RSC 19, VF/NVF with an edge crack. Valerian I (253-260AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, VALERIANVS P P AVG, Reverse: Sol, standing left holding globe and raising right hand, ORIENS AVGG, 3.10 grammes, RIC 13 NVF/GF £50 - £100
2021 Roman Antoninianii (5) Galerius (305-311AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate GAL VAL MAXIMIANVS NOB C, Reverse two Concordiae clasping hands CONCORDIA AVGG, II in exergue, RIC 678 a few verdigris spots, otherwise VF with almost full silvering. Aurelian (270-275AD) Obverse: Radiate bust right IMP AVRELIANVS AVG, Reverse Jupiter presenting globe to Aurelian, IOVI CONSER mintmark S in exergue, RCV 11542 Good Fine. Tacitus (275-276AD) Serdica. Obverse: Bust right, radiate, cuirassed and draped IMP CM CL TACITVS AVG, Reverse: Provedentia standing right holding two standards, facing Sol, standing left, holding globe and raising right hand, mintmark KAΔ, RIC 195, RCV 11795, VF with green patination. Tacitus (275-276AD) Ticinum. Obverse: Bust right, radiate IMP CM CL TACITVS AVG, Reverse: Victory hovering over two shields with open wreath, P in exergue, RCV 11820, Fine. Carausius (287-293AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate, IMP C CARAVSIVS PP AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left holding olive branch and transverse sceptre, worn in field (P in right field) mintmark MLXXI in exergue, RIC 98, VG £25 - £50
2022 Roman Antoninianii (5) Gordian III (238-244AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate, IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: Fortuna seated left with prow and cornucopia, FORTVNA REDVX, 4.50 grammes, RSC 98a, RIC 210, NVF. Philip I (244-249AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed, IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, Reverse: Annona standing left with corn ears over modius and cornucopiae, ANNONA AVG, 3.84 grammes, RCV 8922, RIC 28c, NVF/GF. Herennia Etruscilla (249-251AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped and diademed, on crescent, HER ETRVSCILLA AVG, Reverse: Pudicitia standing left holding sceptre and drawing veil from her face. 4.12 grammes, RIC 578b, RSC 17, VF. Trajan Decius (249-251AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right IMP CMQ TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG, Reverse Dacia standing left holding Dacian war standard (Draco) 3.93 grammes, RIC 12b, RCV 9354 VF with some edge cracks. Herennius Etruscus (251AD) Rome Mint, Obverse: Radiate bust right, Q HER ETR MES DECIVS NOB C, Reverse Herennius standing left, holding baton and spear, RIC 147C, RSC 26, RCV 9523 NVF £50 - £75
2023 Roman Antoninianii (5) Gordian III (238-244AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Radiate bust right IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, Reverse: Victory standing left holding palm and resting right hand on shield set atop a captive. 4.08 grammes, RIC 154,GVF/NEF. Octacilia Severa (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, draped, M OTACIL SEVERA AVG, Reverse Concordia seated left CONCORDIA AVGG, 3.94 grammes, RSC 4, RIC 125c, VF. Philip I (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, Reverse: Fides standing left holding two standards FIDES MILIT, 3.91 grammes, RIC 32b, RSC 55 VF. Philip II (247-249AD) Obverse: Radiate bust right M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse Philip II standing with globe and spear, 3.67 grammes, RCV 9240, RIC 218d, GVF/VF and nicely toned. Trajan Decius (249-251AD) Obverse: Bust right radiate and draped, IMP CWQ TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG, Reverse: Abundantia emptying cornucopiae ABVNDANTIA, 4.04 grammes, RIC 10b, RCV 9364, GVF £60 - £120
2024 Roman Antoninianii (5) Otacilia Severa (244-249AD) Obverse: Bust right, Reverse: Pudicitia seated left holding sceptre and drawing veil from face, legends worn, VG. Herennius Etruscus (251AD) Rome Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, Q HER ETR MES DECIVS NOB C, Reverse Nerennius Etruscus standing left holding baton and spear, 3.88 grammes, RCV 9523, RIC 147c, RSC 26, VF/GVF. Trebonianus Gallus (251-253AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP CC VIB TEB GALLVS AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left with branch and sceptre, PAX AETERNAE, 3.42 grammes, RCV 9639, VF. Volusian (251-253AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate, draped and cuirassed, IMP CAE C VIB VOLVSIANO AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left, holding branch and transverse sceptre, star in right field, PAX AVGG, 2.55 grammes, RIC 180, VG. Postumus (259-268AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG, Reverse: Postumus in military dress holding a globe and spear PM TR P COS II PP, RIC V-II Lyons 53; Sear 10970, 4.06 grammes, VF/Fine with an edge crack at 11 o'clock £50 - £100
2025 Roman Antoninianus (15) a good mix of Emperors VG to VF £100 - £200
2026 Roman Ar Antoninianii (3) Saloninus (257-258AD) Rome. Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, LIC COR SAL VALERIANVS N CAES, Reverse Saloninus standing with spear and globe, captive at feet, P to right field 3.47 grammes, RCV 10771, NVF. Gallienus (253-268AD) Rome. Obverse: Radiate and draped bust right IMP C P LIC GALLIENUS AVG, Reverse: Virtus standing left with spear and shield, VIRTVS AVG, 3.70 grammes, RCV 10411 NVF. Postumus (260-269AD) Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG, Reverse Hercules standing with club and lion skin, 2.52 grammes, RCV 10944, a large fragment missing from 9 to 11 o'clock, Fine. Ae Antoninianii (2) Postumus (260-269AD) Cologne Mint. Obverse: Bust right, radiate and draped, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG, Reverse: IOVI STATORI RCV 10954, NEF/GVF. Postumus (260-269AD) Cologne Mint, Obverse: Bust right , radiate and draped, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG, Reverse: Jupiter advancing left, looking back, holding thunderbolt and sceptre, RIC 311, VF/NVF £40 - £80
2027 Roman Ar Siliqua Julian II (360-363AD) Constantinople. Obverse: Bust right, pearl-diademed and draped DN FL CL IVLIANVS PF AVG, Reverse: VOT X MVLT XX within a wreath, mintmark CONST, 2.08 grammes, RIC Constantinople 159 CONST, one small crack and a few light scuffs, otherwise EF £25 - £50
2028 Roman Brass Dupondis Elagabalus (220-221AD) Obverse Radiate bust with sacred horn, Reverse Libertas standing left RIC 355 Good Fine and rarely offered £40 - £60
2029 Roman Britain (8) Antoninianus Carausius (2), Quinarius Allectus, Follis Constantine the Great, Follis Licinius, Ae3 Crispus (3) VG to Good Fine £80 - £100
2030 Roman bronzes (7) in a small album includes issues from Gallienus (260-286AD), Aurelian (270-275AD), Probus (276-282AD), Constantine the Great (307-337AD), Constantine II (337-340AD), Constantius II (337-361AD), and Valens (364-348AD) VG to Fine with Coincraft certificates £20 - £30
2031 Roman bronzes 2nd and 3rd Century AD Sestertius to Ae21 (15) a mix of emperors Fair to Fine £75 - £150

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