Septimius Severus, (A.D. 193-211), silver denarius, Rome mint, issued A.D. 210, (3.24 g), obv. laureate head of Septimius Severus to right, around SEVERVS PIVS AVG BRIT, rev. around P M TR P XVIII COS III P P, Jupiter, naked but for cloak over shoulder, standing half left between two children, (Caracalla and Geta), Jupiter holds thunderbolt and sceptre, (cf.S.6345, RIC 240, RSC 540); another Rome mint, issued A.D. 207, (3.27 g), obv. laureate head of Septimius Severus to right, around SEVERVS PIVS AVG, rev. around P M TR P XVI COS III P P, Genius standing half left holding cornucopiae with patera over altar, (cf.S.6343, RIC 220, RSC 505); Elagabalus, (A.D. 218-222), silver denarius, Antioch mint, issued 218-9, (1.92 g), obv. laureate bust to right, rev. VOTA PVBLICA, Elagabalus standing to left, sacrificing over tripod altar, (S.7556, RIC 202, RSC 306a); Bithynia, Nicaea, Caracalla, (A.D.198-217), AE 16, (2.69 g), obv.laureate head right, ANTWNINOC AVT, rev. NIKA ICWN, cista with open lid, (Reg. Gen. 443, Weiser -, CNG eSale 297 [lot 161] same dies) (illustrated). Very fine or better. (4)
Ex Dr. V.J.A. Flynn Collection and previously from A.H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd., several with tickets.