Roman Silver & Bronze - Roman Republic
ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER ISSUES INCLUDING, T. Cloelius, (c.98 B.C.), quinarius, Rome mint, (1.35 g), rev. Victory crowning trophy, (S.212, Cr.332/1c, Syd.586b); Augustus as Octavian, quinarius, Emerita mint, issued 25-23 B.C. by P.Carisius legatus pro praetore, (1.58 g), rev. Victory crowning trophy, (S.1642, RIC 1a, BMC 293, RSC 386); Mark Antony, (32-31 B.C.), denarius, mint moving with Mark Antony, (3.56 g), rev. legionary eagle between two standards, LEG XV below, (S.1479, Cr.544/30, Syd.1235, C. Mark Antony 47); Augustus, (27 B.C. - A.D. 14), denarius, uncertain Spanish mint (Colonia Caesar Augusta), issued 19-18 B.C. (3.40 g), rev. S P Q R / CL V on circular shield, (cf.S.1637, RIC 257, RSC 294); another, Lyons mint, issued 2 B.C. - A.D. 12, (3.63 and 3.65 g), rev. Caius and Lucius Caesars standing facing, (S.1597, RIC 207, RSC 43, BMC 519) (2) (second illustrated). Toned, poor - nearly very fine. (6)
Ex Dr V.J.A. Flynn Collection. One Augustus denarius with old Spink ticket.
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ANCIENT ROMAN SILVER ISSUES INCLUDING, T. Cloelius, (c.98 B.C.), quinarius, Rome mint, (1.35 g), rev. ...