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Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, Cappadocia, Caesarea, AR Drachm, Mt. Argaeus, struck 139 AD


Ruler: Antoninus Pius
Province: Caesarea, Eusebia
Date: 139 AD
Denomination: AR Drachm
Composition: Silver
Obverse: ΑΥΤΟΚΡ ΑΝΤωΝƐΙΝΟС СƐΒΑСΤΟС, Head of Antoninus Pius, facing right
Reverse: VPA TOC B, Mt. Argaeus with trees; on summit, nude figure holding globe and sceptre
Size: 19.29mm, 3.3g, 5h
Grade: gVF, toned, edge crack
Provenance: ex private collector
Reference(s): RPC Online VI 6294 (temp.); Sydenham 299 var. (no trees); SNG Copenhagen 128; RPC SGICV -

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Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, AE Sestertius, Aequitas, struck 148-149 AD


Ruler: Antoninus Pius
Province: Rome mint
Date: 148-149 AD
Denomination: AE Sestertius
Composition: Orichalcum
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XII, Head of Antoninus, laureate, right
Reverse: COS III, Aequitas, draped, standing left, holding scales, extended, in right hand and cornucopiae in left; S C left and right, low in field
Size: 31.61mm, 21.8g, 10h
Grade: VF, glossy dark patina
Reference(s): BMCRE IV 1824; RIC III 855; Cohen II 232; Banti 100

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Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, AE Sestertius, Emperor at Altar, struck 153-154 AD


Ruler: Antoninus Pius
Province: Rome mint
Date: 158-159 AD
Denomination: AE Sestertius
Composition: Orichalcum
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PI-VS PP TR P XXII, Head of Antoninus, laureate, right
Reverse: VOTA SVSCEP DECENN III, Antoninus, veiled, togate, standing left, sacrificing out of patera in right hand over tripod-altar left, left hand holding roll at side; S-C left and right, in field; COS IIII in exergue
Size: 32.85mm, 25.54, 12h
Grade: Fine, well centred, brown patina, cleaning scrapes on reverse
Provenance: Pedigreed to 1915, ex Jacques Shulman (September 1915) with original tags, ex Classical Numismatic Group eAuction 409 (8 November 2017), Lot 610
Reference(s): RIC III 1009a; Banti 527; SRCV II 1279; BMCRE IV -; Cohen II -

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Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, AE Sestertius, Tiberis Reclining, struck 140-144 AD


Ruler: Antoninus Pius
Province: Rome mint
Date: 140-144 AD
Denomination: AE Sestertius
Composition: Orichalcum
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PI-VS PP TR P COST III, Head of Antoninus, laureate, right
Reverse: TIBERIS, Tiberis, crowned with reeds, reclining let, resting left elbow on [rock or oveturned urn], from which water flows and placing right hand on forepart of boat, on let, holding reed in left hand; S C in exergue
Size: 33.65mm, 23.5g, 12h
Grade: gF-aVF, well centred, fine portrait, toned
Provenance: From the Steve P Collection, ex Dionysus Coins (eBay, November 2017)
Reference(s): RIC III 643a; BMCRE IV 1313 note; Cohen II 820-821; Banti 416; Strack III 863d; SRCV II 4237 var. (urn);

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Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antioch, AE28, SC


Ruler: Antoninus Pius
Province: Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antiochia ad Orontem
Date: 138-161 AD (uncertain date)
Denomination: AE28
Composition: Bronze
Obverse: AYTO KAI TI AIΛ AΔPI ANTW[NE(?)IN]OC CEB EYCE(?), Head of Antoninus, laureate, right; within dotted border
Reverse: Large S C within laurel wreath of eight pairs of broad leaves terminating in a pellet; below, numerical letter; looped ties at bottom; all within dotted border
Size: 28.15mm, 11.6g, 12h
Grade: gVF, fine style, wide flan, well centred, boldly struck, earthy dark-green patina,
Provenance: Ex Pegasi Numismatics Auction 37 (14 November 2017), Lot 345
Reference(s): McAlee 555f; cf. Butcher 331 (different obverse legend); cf. SNG Copenhagen 216 (same); cf. BMC Galatia [Antioch] p. 188, 314 (same); SGICV 1495 var. (numerical letter); Lindgren I -

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Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD, Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antioch, AE28, SC


Ruler: Antoninus Pius
Province: Syria, Seleucis and Pieria, Antiochia ad Orontem
Date: 138-161 AD (uncertain date)
Denomination: AE28
Composition: Bronze
Obverse: AYTO KAI TI AIΛ A[ΔPI AN](?)NOC CEB EYCEB, Head of Antoninus, laureate, right; within dotted border
Reverse: Large S C within laurel wreath of eight pairs of leaves terminating in a circle; below, ϴ; looped ties at bottom; all within dotted border
Size: 25.58mm, 15.65g, 12h
Grade: gVF, fine style, well centred, attractive green patina
Provenance: ex Ilya Zlobin
Reference(s): McAlee 555i; BMC Galatia [Antioch] p. 188, 318; Butcher 334 var. (different obverse legend); cf. SNG Copenhagen 216 (same); SGICV 1495 var. (numerical letter); Lindgren I -

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Antoninus Pius, AE18 of Nicomedia, Bithynia, 138-161 AD


Ruler: Antoninus Pius
Province: Nicomedia, Bithynia
Date: 138-161 AD
Denomination: AE17
Composition: Bronze
Obverse: ANTWN KAI-CAP CEB, Bare head of Antoninus Pius facing right
Reverse: ΔHMHT NEIKO, Demeter, veiled, standing left with grain ears in right hand and holding torch or sceptre in left hand
Size: 18mm, 3.3g, 6h
Grade: gVF/aEF, fine style, nice green patina, high relief
Provenance: ex Rusty Romans (ebay) 24 September 2006
Reference(s): Rec Gen 50

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Antoninus Pius, Sestertius, Indulgentia, 153-154 AD


Ruler: Antoninus Pius
Province: Rome
Date: 153-154 AD
Denomination: Sestertius
Composition: Orichalcum
Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP TR P XVII, Head of Antoninus, laureate, right
Reverse: INDVLGENTI-A AVG COS IIII, Indulgentia, draped, seated left on low seat, extending right hand and holding transverse sceptre, nearly vertical, in left; S C in exergue
Size: 31.40mm, 22.9g, 7h
Grade: Choice gVF, boldly struck, well centred, attractive light green patina, some cleaning marks
Provenance: ex H.D. Rauch eAuction 24, Lot 201
Reference(s): RIC III 914; Cohen II 454; Strack III 1091; BMCRE IV 1939 var. (legend arrangements); SRCV II 4183 var. (date)

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Aurelian, Silvered Antoninianus, Roma, 270-275 AD


Ruler: Aurelian
Province: Rome, Mediolanum Mint (Milan)
Date: 270-275 AD
Denomination: Silvered Antoninianus
Composition: Silvered bronze
Obverse: IMP AVRELIANVS AVG, radiate and curaissed bust of Aurelian facing right
Reverse: ROMAE AETERNAE, Aurelian, standing right before Roma, helmeted, draped, seated left on shield, holding spear in right hand and Victory in left hand. "Q" mintmark in exergue.
Size: 33m, 3.2g, 12h
Grade: gVF, desert patina, no trace of silvering
Reference(s): RIC V, 142; Cohen 219; SCRV III, 11603

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Caracalla, 198-217 AD, AR Denarius, Emperor Sacrificing at Altar, struck 217 AD


Ruler: Caracalla
Province: Rome mint
Date: 217 AD
Denomination: AR Denarius
Composition: Silver
Obverse: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG, Head of Caracalla, laureate, right
Reverse: VOTA SVSCEPTA X, Caracalla, veiled, draped, standing front, head left, sacrificing out of patera in right hand over lighted tripod left, and holding roll in left hand at side
Size: 19.77mm, 2.9g, 12h
Grade: gVF, weak reverse strike, worn reverse die, toned
Reference(s): BMCRE V 524-526; RIC IV 179; Cohen IV 689; RSC III 689; SRCV II 1965

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Caracalla, 198-217 AD, AR Denarius, Felicitas, struck c. 196-198 AD


Ruler: Septimius Severus and Caracalla
Province: Rome mint
Date: circa 196-198 AD
Denomination: AR Denarius
Composition: Silver
Obverse: M AVR ANTON CAES PONTIF, Bust of Caracalla, draped, right
Reverse: IMPERII FELICITAS, Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and child on left arm
Size: 17.73mm, 2.6g, 7h
Grade: aF, toned, deposits, chipped edge,
Reference(s): RIC IV 9; Cohen IV 95; RSC III 95; SRCV II 5574; BMCRE V-

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Caracalla, 198-217 AD, AR Denarius, Liberalitas, struck 213-217 AD


Ruler: Caracalla
Province: Rome mint
Date: 213-217 AD
Denomination: AR Denarius
Composition: Silver
Obverse: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Head of Caracalla, laureate, right
Reverse: LIBERAL AVG VIIII, Liberalitas, draped, standing front, head left, holding abacus up in right hand and cornucopiae in left, fold of drapery falling over left arm
Size: 19.22mm, 2.5g, 12h
Grade: Choice gVF, filled reverse die, lustrous surfaces
Reference(s): BMCRE V 70; RIC IV 302; Cohen IV 139; RSC III 139; SRCV II 6814

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