Ancient Roman denarii, including, T. Quinctius Flaminius, (126 B.C.), (3.82 g), Rome mint, obv. Roma helmeted head to right, below chin, flamen's cap behind, rev. Dioscuri to right, Macedonian shield between T and Q below, ROMA in exergue, (S.143, Cr.267/1, Syd.505) (illustrated); Nero, (64-65 A.D.), Rome Mint, (3.13 g), obv. laureate head of Nero bearded to right around NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, rev. IVPPITER CVSTOS, Jupiter, bare to waist, seated left on throne, right hand holds thunderbolt, left hand long sceptre, (S.1930, RSC 119, BMC 74, RIC 53); Vitellius, (A.D. 69), probably Tarraco mint, issued A.D. 69, obv. laureate head of Vitellius to left, around A VITELLIVS [IMP GERMAN], rev. Victory draped with shield inscribed SPQR walking to left, around [VICTORIA AVGVSTI], (S.2191, RIC 36, C.101, BMC 94). Toned, nearly fine - very fine, the Vitellius rare. (3)
First coin ex Noble Numismatics Sale 102, lot 4332.