Roman

Ancient roman coins were minted from the 3rd century BC until the 5th century AD. Ancient roman coins commonly feature a portrait of an individual (e.g. the emperor) on the obverse and a deity on the reverse. Some of the most detailed portraits of an emperor can be found on an ancient roman coin. In many of these ancient roman coins we see what the roman emperors must have looked like in life. In this section you will also discover Roman Provincial (or Greek Imperial) coins.
Trajan, Sestertius, Victory Reverse, 98-117 AD

This large sestertius of Trajan features an interesting reverse as well as a nice green?patina.…

᷅  <font color="#FF0000"><b>SOLD</b></font color>: Trajan Dupondius: Trajans Column

A beautiful coin featuring Trajan's column. Trajan's column is a piece of ancient architecture which still exists today in Rome…

᷅  <font color="#FF0000"><b>SOLD</b></font color>: Caligula Sestertius

An affordable example of what usually is an extremely expensive coin, out of the reach of many collectors.For a biography…

᷅  <font color="#FF0000"><b>SOLD</b></font color>:  Claudius Ae As

An absolutely stunning coin of emperor claudius. Portraits like these are rarely seen on an As. This is the best…

᷅  <font color="#FF0000"><b>SOLD</b></font color>: Probus Antoninianus

Sorry, this coin has been sold!…

᷅  <font color="#FF0000"><b>SOLD</b></font color>: Hadrian Sestertius

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᷅  <font color="#FF0000"><b>SOLD</b></font color>: Agrippa Ae As

Amazing portrait of Agrippa. Coin is EF condition. Beautiful apple-green patina.

Agrippa was a very close friend of the emperor Augustus.…

᷅  <font color="#FF0000"><b>SOLD</b></font color>: Domitian Sestertius

From the John F. Sullivan Collection. Ex Knobloch Collection (Stack's, 1-3 May 1980), lot 412.…

Vespasian, Sestertius, Salus, 71AD

Vespasian was Roman emperor from AD 69 to AD 79. The beginning of his reign marked the end of the…

Trajan, Sestertius, Via Traiana, 112-114 AD

The Via Traiana symbolised on the reverse of this coin was a major Roman road linking Rome to the East.…

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