Spain, Gadir (Gades), (2nd century B.C.), AE 26 (11.75 g), obv. head of Herakles to left, wearing lion's skin headdress, rev. two tunny fish left; between, crescent with pellet, central pellet and Punic legends, (S.46, CNH p.86, 35; SNG BM Spain 228) (illustrated); Julia Traducta, Augustus, (27 B.C. - A.D. 14), AE As, 26mm (11.12 g), obv. Bare head left of Augustus, rev. IVLIA/TRAD in two lines within wreath, (S.18, RPC 108; SNG Cop.459); Hispalis (Colonia Romula), Tiberius, with Germanicus and Drusus Caesars, (A.D. 14-37), AE 29, As (11.56 g), struck A.D. 14-19, obv. laureate head of Tiberius left, around [PERM DIVI] AVG COL ROM, rev. bare heads of Germanicus and Drusus facing one another, (S.333, ACIP 3361, RPC I 74). Nearly very fine for the first coin, others about fine. (3)
Ex Dr. V.J.A. Flynn Collection and previously from A.H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd., with tickets.