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Auction Description for Dix Noonan Webb: A Distinguished Collection of Roman Bronze Coins
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13 February to 14 February: Public viewing, 10:00 to 17:00
15 February to 15 February: Public viewing, 10:00 to 17:00

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A Distinguished Collection of Roman Bronze Coins (194 Lots)

by Dix Noonan Webb

February 15, 2017, 1:00 PM GMT

London, United Kingdom

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperatorial Coinage, Octavian and Divus Julius Caesar, Sestertius or Dupondius, Southern Italian mint, 38, bust of Octavian right, caesar divi f, rev. divos ivlivs, wreathed bust of Divus Julius right, 18.63g (Craw. 535/1; BMC 106; Syd. 1335; Sear 1569). Of accomplished style, some minor pitting, otherwise good very fine, smooth dark green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £800 - £1,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage (incorporating Provincial Issues), Livia, Dupondius, Rome, 22-3, diademed and draped head of Justitia right, ivstitia, rev. ti caesar divi avg f avg tr pot xxiiii, large s c in field, 15.38g (RIC Tiberius 46; BMC Tiberius 79; C 4; Sear 1739). Of fine style, well-centred, nearly extremely fine, dark patina, rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Divus Augustus, As, Rome, c. 22-30, radiate bust of Augustus left, divvs avgvstvs pater, rev. altar-enclosure with double-panelled door, large s c in field, provident in exergue, 11.46g (RIC Tiberius 81; BMC 146; C 228; Sear 1789). Better than very fine, dark patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Divus Augustus, As, restitution issue under Gaius (Caligula), Rome, c. 34-7, radiate bust left, divvs avgvstvs pater, rev. eagle seated on globe, large s c in field, 10.60g (RIC Tiberius 82; BMC 155; C 247; Sear 1790). Very fine, dark green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £80 - £100

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Divus Augustus, As, restitution issue under Titus, Rome, 80, radiate bust left, divvs avgvstvs pater, rev. imp t vesp avg rest, altar-enclosure with double-panelled door, s c in field, provident below, 8.86g (RIC Titus 191; C 559; Sear 2581). Nearly very fine, dark patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Agrippa, As, restitution issue under Gaius (Caligula), Rome, c. 37-41, bust left, wearing rostral crown, m agrippa l f cos iii, rev. Neptune standing left, wearing drapery over arms, holding dolphin and trident, s c in field, 11.34g (RIC Gaius 58; BMC Tiberius 161; MIR 24; C 3; Sear 1812). Fine style and well-struck, nearly extremely fine, dark green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Drusus, As, Rome, 23, bare-headed bust right, drvsvs caesar ti avg f divi avg n, rev. pontif tribvn potest iter, large s c in field, 11.47g (RIC Tiberius 45; BMC Tiberius 99; C 2; Sear 1794). Good very fine, dark green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Germanicus, As, restitution issue under Gaius (Caligula), Rome, c. 37-8, bust left, germanicvs caesar ti avgvst f divi avg n, rev. c caesar avg germanicvs pon m tr pot, s c in field, 10.66g (RIC Gaius 34; C 1; Sear 1821). Very fine, green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Germanicus, Dupondius, restitution issue under Gaius (Caligula), Rome, c. 37-41, Germanicus standing in slow quadriga right, germanicvs caesar, rev. signis recept devictis germ, Germanicus, bare-headed and cuirassed with tunic, standing left with right arm raised and holding aquila, s c in field, 15.22g (RIC Gaius 57; BMC 94; C 7; Sear 1820). Better than very fine, glossy dark patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Germanicus, As, restitution issue under Gaius (Caligula), Rome, c. 39-40, bust left, germanicvs caesar ti avg f divi avg n, rev. c caesar divi avg pron avg p m tr p iii p p, s c in field, 10.66g (RIC Gaius 43; BMC 60; C 4; Sear 1822). Very fine, brown patina, rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Germanicus, As, restitution issue under Claudius, Rome, c. 42, bust right, germanicvs caesar ti avg f divi avg n, rev. ti clavdivs caesar avg germ p m tr p imp p p, s c in field, 11.51g (RIC Claudius 106; BMC 218; C 9; Sear 1905). Nearly very fine, dark green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £60 - £80

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Germanicus, As, restitution issue under Titus, Rome, c. 80-1, bust left, germanicvs caesar ti avg f divi avg n, rev. imp t caes divi vesp f avg rest, s c in field, 9.46g (RIC Titus 442; C 12; Sear 2597). Good fine

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero and Drusus Cæsars, Dupondius, restitution issue under Gaius (Caligula), Rome, c. 37-8, Nero and Drusus Cæsars on horseback riding right, cloaks flying behind, nero et drvsvs caesares, rev. c caesar avg germanicvs pon m tr p pot, s c in field, 10.66g (RIC Gaius 34; BMC 44; C 1; Sear 1828). Good very fine, dull brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Caligula, LYDIA, Philadelphia, Æ 17, 37-41, magistrate Hermogenes Olympionikes (?), bare-headed bust right, star behind, rev. conjoined laureate and draped heads of the Dioscuri right, palm frond behind, 5.19g (RPC 3023). Very fine, much better than average for the type

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £500 - £700

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Claudius, Sestertius, Rome, 41-2, laureate bust right, ti clavdivs caesar avg pm tr p imp, rev. ex s c ob cives servatos in four lines within oak wreath, 26.68g (RIC 96; C 39; Sear 1849). Good very fine, dark green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £800 - £1,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Claudius, Sestertius, Rome, 41-2, laureate bust right, ti clavdivs caesar avg p m tr p imp, rev. nero clavdivs drvsvs german imp, triumphal arch surmounted by equestrian statue of Drusus right, flanked by trophies, s c in field, 28.72g (RIC 98; BMC 122; C 48; Sear 1851). Good very fine or better, brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Claudius, Sestertius, Rome, 42, bare-headed bust of Drusus left, nero clavdivs drvsvs germanicvs imp, rev. ti clavdivs caesar avg p m tr p imp p p, Emperor, bare-headed and togate, seated left on curule chair, holding branch, weapons around, s c below, 27.43g (RIC 93; BMC 208; C 8; Sear 1897). Tooled on hair, otherwise very fine, reverse better, brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Claudius, As, Rome, 41, bare-headed bust right, ti clavdivs caesar avg p m tr p imp, rev. constantiae avgvsti, Constantia, helmeted and in military attire, standing right, holding spear, 10.85g (RIC 95; BMC 140; C 14; Sear 1857). Very fine, brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £60 - £80

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Claudius, As, Rome, 42, bare-headed bust left, ti clavdivs caesar avg p m tr p imp p p, rev. libertas avgvsta, Liberty standing right, s c in field, 11.16g (RIC 113; BMC 204; C 47; Sear 1860). About very fine

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £800 - £1,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Sestertius, Rome, 64, laureate bust left, nero clavd caesar avg ger p m tr p imp p p, rev. triumphal arch; above, the Emperor in facing quadriga flanked by figures of Victory and Pax; two small figures of soldiers on sides of the platform; on left side of arch, statue of Mars holding spear and round shield, s c in field, 26.90g (RIC 144; BMC 184; C 306; Sear 1962). Neatly struck and well-centred, good very fine, dark brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Sestertius, Rome, c. 64, laureate bust left, nero clavdivs caesar avg ger p m tr p imp p p, rev. Emperor left on prancing horse, holding spear in right hand, soldier on horseback behind with vexillum over shoulder, s c in field, decvrsio in exergue, 27.61g (RIC 166; BMC 152; C 92). Struck in high relief, some light smoothing in fields, otherwise good very fine, dark green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Sestertius, Rome, January 65, laureate bust right, nero clavd caesar avg ger p m tr p imp p p, rev. pace p r terra mariq parta ianvm clvsit, façade of temple of Janus, latticed windows to right, closed doors, hung with garland, to left, s c in field, 27.26g (RIC 268; BMC 164; C 134; Sear 1960). Obverse very fine, reverse better, perhaps some smoothing in fields

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Sestertius, Rome, January 65, laureate bust right, imp nero clavd caesar avg ger p m tr p p p, rev. pace p r terra mariq parta ianvm clvsit, façade of temple of Janus, latticed windows to left, closed doors, hung with garland, to right, s c in field, 26.03g (RIC 323; BMC 162; C 161). About extremely fine, dark patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Sestertius, Rome, 66, laureate bust right, imp nero clavdivs caesar avg ger p m tr p p p, rev. Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory and spear, shields on ground, s c in field, roma in exergue, 25.24g (RIC 335; WCN 155; C 274 var.; cf. Sear 1961). Very fine, dark patina, rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £800 - £1,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Sestertius, Lugdunum, 65, laureate bust right with globe at point, nero clavd caesar avg ger p m tr p imp p p, rev. annona avgvsti ceres, Annona standing right, holding cornucopiæ, facing Ceres seated left holding corn-ears, between them, modius, behind ship’s stern, s c in exergue, 22.31g (RIC 430; BMC 305; C 14; Sear 1952). Good very fine, glossy green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, As, Rome, January 65, laureate bust right, nero caesar avg germ imp, rev. pace p r terra mariq parta ianvm clvsit, façade of temple of Janus, latticed windows to left, closed doors to right, s c in field, 11.52g (RIC 300; BMC 225; C 164; Sear 1973). Nearly extremely fine, glossy dark jade patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, As, Rome, 65, laureate bust right, nero caesar avg germ imp, rev. pace p r vbiq parta ianvm clvsit, façade of temple of Janus, latticed windows to right, closed doors to left, s c in field, 12.81g (RIC 309; BMC 232; C 164; Sear 1974). Better than very fine, dark patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Orichalcum Dupondius, Rome, 64, radiate bust right, nero clavdivs caesar avg ger p m tr p imp p p, rev. mac avg, pillared and domed façade of the Macellum Magnum, ii in exergue, 14.40g (RIC 184; WCN 203; Sear 1963). Some corrosion spots, otherwise about very fine, scarce

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Dupondius, Rome, 67, radiate bust right, imp nero clavd caesar avg germ p m tr p xiii p p, rev. Roma seated left on rocky outcrop, holding spear and with elbow on shield, s c in field, roma in exergue, 14.61g (RIC 365; C 286; Sear 1966a). Nearly extremely fine, dark green patina, rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Dupondius, Lugdunum, c. 65, laureate bust left with globe at point, nero clavd caesar avg ger p m tr p imp p p, rev. victoria avgvsti, Victory standing left holding palm branch and wreath, s c in field, ii in exergue, 14.71g (RIC 412; BMC 351; C 346; cf. Sear 1970). Very fine, dark patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £100 - £150

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Nero, Semis, Rome, 64, laureate bust right, nero caes avg imp, rev. cer qvinq rom con, table bearing urn and wreath, no mark of value, 3.53g (cf. RIC 232, 246; C 47; Sear 1979). Very fine, brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £800 - £1,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Galba, Sestertius, Rome, June-August 68, laureate and draped bust right, imp ser galba avg tr p, rev. spqr ob civ ser in three lines within oak-wreath, s c in field, 23.30g (RIC 262; BMC 117; C 297; Sear 2125). Better than very fine, olive-green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Galba, Sestertius, Rome, August-September 68, laureate and draped bust right, imp ser galba caes avg tr p, rev. Roma standing left holding Victory and spear, s c in field, roma in lower field, 26.51g (RIC 358; BMC p.321; C 189). Nearly extremely fine, dark patina, very rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Galba, Sestertius, Rome, October 68, bust right wearing oak-wreath, imp ser galba avg tr p, rev. Victory advancing right, holding palm branch and spear, s c in field, 27.52g (RIC 251; BMC 102; C 251). Minimal verdigris on reverse, otherwise about extremely fine, dark patina, very rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Galba, Sestertius, Rome, October 68, laureate and draped bust right, ser galba imp caesar avg tr p, rev. libertas pvblica, Liberty standing, holding pileus and rod, s c in field, 24.64g (RIC 387; CBN 195; C 108; Sear 2118). About extremely fine with a powerful portrait, dark green patina, very rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Galba, As, Rome, December 68, laureate bust right, ser svlpi galba imp caesar avg tr p, rev. aeqvitas, Æquitas standing right, holding long vertical sceptre and scales, s c in lower field, 13.75g (RIC 492; C 7). Very fine or better, green-black patina, rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Galba, As, Rome, 68-9, laureate bust right, ser galba imp caes avg tr p, rev. libert avg, Liberty standing, holding pileus and rod, s c in field, 11.86g (RIC 294; BMC 142; C 107). Some smoothing in obverse field, otherwise very fine or better, dark patina, scarce

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £4,000 - £6,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vitellius, Sestertius, Rome, April-December 69, laureate bust right, a vitellivs germ imp avg p m tr p, rev. pax avgvsti, Pax standing left, holding branch and cornucopiæ, s c in field, 29.03g (cf. RIC 157 [reads germa]; BMC p.377; C 62; cf. Sear 2205). Struck on a large flan, nearly extremely fine, dark brown-green patina, extremely rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £1,500 - £2,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vespasian, Sestertius, Rome, 71, laureate bust right, imp caes vespasian avg p m tr p p p cos iii, rev. ivdaea capta, palm tree; to left, captive standing right; to right, Judæa seated right on cuirass, both surrounded by arms, s c in exergue, 26.33g (RIC 159; BMC 533; C 234; Sear 2325). Obverse very fine with a little porosity and smoothed in front of face, reverse better, rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £2,000 - £3,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vespasian, Sestertius, Rome, 71, laureate bust right, imp caes vespasian avg p m tr p p p cos iii, rev. ivdaea capta, palm tree; to left, Emperor standing right with spear and parazonium, foot on helmet; to right, Judæa seated right on cuirass, s c in exergue, 25.65g (RIC 167; BMC 543; C 239; Sear 2327). Good very fine, smooth brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,200

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vespasian, Sestertius, Rome, 71, laureate bust right, imp caes vespasian avg p m tr p p p cos iii, rev. victoria avgvsti, Victory standing right, foot on helmet, inscribing shield attached to palm-tree; to right, Judæa seated, s c in exergue, 26.19g (RIC 221; BMC 582-3; C 625). Good very fine, brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vespasian, Sestertius, Rome, 71, laureate bust right, imp caes vespas avg p m tr p p cos iii, rev. roma, Roma standing left, holding Victory and spear, s c in field, 26.24g (RIC 244; cf. BMC 560; C 418; Sear 2331). Very fine, brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vespasian, Sestertius, Lugdunum, 71, laureate bust right, globe at point, imp caes vespasian avg p m tr p p p cos iii, rev. spqr p p ob cives servatos in four lines within oak-wreath, 23.93g (RIC 1137; BMC p.198; C 531). About very fine, chocolate-brown patina, rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vespasian, Dupondius, Rome, 71, radiate bust right, imp caes vespasian avg cos iii, rev. concordia avgvsti, Roma seated left, holding patera over altar and cornucopiæ, s c in exergue, 14.30g (RIC 265; BMC 588; C 71; Sear 2345). Good very fine

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £500 - £600

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vespasian, Dupondius, Rome, 71, radiate bust right, imp caes vespasian avg cos iii, rev. Roma seated left, holding wreath and parazonium, s c in field, roma in exergue, 15.01g (RIC 279; BMC 592; C 411; Sear 2351). About extremely fine, attractive dark green patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £150 - £200

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Vespasian, As, Rome, 74, laureate bust left, imp caesar vesp avg cos v cens, rev. Spes standing left, holding flower and raising hem of skirt, s c in field, 12.16g (RIC 560b; C 453; Sear 2361). Good very fine, dark patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £600 - £800

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Divus Vespasianus, Sestertius, Rome, 80-1, deified Emperor, holding Victory and sceptre, seated right in chariot drawn by four elephants, each with rider, divo avg vespas in field above, spqr in exergue, rev. imp t caes divi ves p f avg p m tr p p p cos viii, large s c in field, 23.75g (RIC 258; C 206). Very fine but a little corrosion in reverse field, dark patina, rare

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £300 - £400

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Titus, Orichalcum Dupondius, Rome, 80-1, radiate bust left, imp t caes vesp avg p m tr p cos viii, rev. Vesta seated left on throne, holding palladium and transverse sceptre, vesta in exergue, s c in field, 13.01g (RIC 213; C 346; Sear 2544). Of fine style, about extremely fine, brown patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Titus, As, Rome, 80-1, laureate bust left, imp t caes vesp avg p m tr p cos viii, rev. victoria avgvst, Victory standing right on prow of ship, holding palm branch and wreath, s c in field, 12.84g (RIC 249; C 367; Sear 2552). Of fine style, nearly extremely fine, dark patina

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A DISTINGUISHED COLLECTION OF ROMAN BRONZE COINS, THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Estimate: £60,000 - £80,000

Description: ANCIENT COINS, Roman Imperial Coinage, Divus Titus, Sestertius, Rome, c. 81-2, view of the Coliseum, on left Meta Sudans, on right, porticoed building, rev. divo avg t divi vesp f vespasian, Titus, holding branch, seated left on curule chair, arms around, s c below, 26.13g (Elkins, NC 2006, D8, dies A5/P7, item c, this coin; RIC 131; BMC –; CBN 543; C 399). Very fine and extremely rare, only 10 specimens known of the Divo type, 7 of which are in institutions; one of the most important Roman bronze coins available to commerce and a full grade finer than the only other example sold recently (NAC Auction 86, 8 October 2015, lot 182 [80,000 Sw Fr])

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