Augustus, (27 B.C. - A.D. 14), AE as, Lyons (Lugdunum) mint, issued 9-14 B.C., (9.74 g), obv. laureate head of Augustus to right, around CAESAR PONT MAX, rev. ROM ET AVG in exergue, front elevation of the altar of Lyons, decorated with the corona civica between laurels, flanked by nude male figures, to left and right Victories on columns facing each other, (S.1690, RIC 230, C.240); AE as, posthumous issue, Rome mint, issued under Tiberius, issued A.D. 22-30, (10.83 g), obv. radiate head of Augustus to left, around DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER, rev. PROVIDENT in exergue, S C across field, altar enclosure with double panelled door, (S.1789, RIC 81, BMC 146); Phonecia, Berytus, Augustus, (27 B.C. - A.D.14), AE 25, (8.34 g), obv. bare head to right, around IMP CAES[AR AVGVSTVS], rev. colonist ploughing to left with yoke of oxen, COL IVL above, dotted border, (S.-, Ash Syl. 1482, BMC 52-54) (illustrated); Aspendos, Pamphylia, Augustus?, (27 B.C. - A.D. 14), AE 17, (3.61 g), obv. bare head right, rev. cult statues of Aphrodite Kastnietides, bearded head right, (S.-, RPC 3383, SNG France -) (illustrated); Egypt, Alexandria mint, billon tetradrachm, Nero, (A.D. 54-68), year 13 = A.D. 66-67, (12.08 g), obv. radiate bust of Nero to left, rev. radiate head of Augustus to right, (S.2007, BMC 112, Milne 251, Koln 177). Toned, nearly fine - good fine, the Aspendos piece extremely rare. (5)
The Berytus piece ex Noble Numismatics private sale, the Aspendos piece ex CNG Auction 315, lot 186.