Results from 541 to 600 of 1102
Lot # 542 - Trajan (98-117). AE Sestertius, 112-114 AD. Obv. IMP CAES NERVAE TRAIANO AVG GER DAC PM TR P COS VI PP. Laureate bust right, with drapery on far shoulder. Rev. FORTVNAE REDVCI SC. Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. RIC 628; C. 164. AE. 25.37 g. 33.00 mm. Lovely dark green patina. Cleaning marks, otherwise. good VF.
Lot # 545 - Hadrian (117-138). AR Denarius, 117 AD. Obv. Laureate bust right, draped on left shoulder. Rev. Concordia seated left, holding patera and resting elbow on statuette of Spes; below seat, cornucopiae. RIC II-p. 3 (2nd ed.) 53. AR. 3.21 g. 19.00 mm. Succession type, the legend is emphasizing his relation to the previous two emperors. About EF/Good VF.
Lot # 557 - Hadrian (117-138). AE Drachm, Alexandria mint, Egypt. Dated RY 14 = 129-30 AD. Obv. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Rev. Athena standing facing, head left, holding Nike and shield, across field, LI-Δ. Dattari (Savio) 1632; K&G 32.481. AE. 27.20 g. 36.40 mm. Dark patina. Good F.
Lot # 563 - Divus Antoninus Pius (after 161 AD). AR Denarius. Obv. DIVVS ANTONINVS. Bare headed bust right, with drapery on far shoulder. Rev. CONSECRATIO. Four-tiered funeral pyre, surmounted by facing quadriga. RIC III (M. Aurel.) 436; C. 164. AR. 3.10 g. 16.40 mm. Minor scratches on reverse, otherwise. Good VF.
Lot # 564 - Divus Antoninus Pius (after 161 AD). AR Denarius. Commemorative issue, struck under Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus, AD 162. Obv. Bare head right. Rev. Rectangular altar, with horns on top, and door in front. RIC III (M. aurel.) 441. AR. 2.80 g. 17.00 mm. Lovely patina with iridescent hues. EF/About EF.
Lot # 569 - Divus Antoninus Pius (after 161 AD). AE Sestertius. Struck under Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus, 162 AD. Obv. Bare head right. Rev. Column surmounted by statue of Pius holding eagle and scepter. RIC III (M. Aurel.) 1269. AE. 26.00 g. 33.00 mm. About VF/Good F. The reverse depicts the column of the divine Antoninus Pius, the shaft and base of which survived.
Lot # 571 - Antoninus Pius (138-161). AE Medallion• Ionia, League of Thirteen Cities, Marcus Claudius Fronto, asiarch and high priest. Obv. [ANTΩNEINOC EV]AV KAI TI AI AΔPIANOC. Laureate and draped bust left. Rev. Erased. [The Abduction of Persephone by Hades]. Cf. J.U. Gillespie, 'KOINON IΓ ΠOΛEΩN; A study of the coinage of the Ionian League (1956), pp. 31-53, 1-5 (same obverse die). SNG von Aulock 7812 (same obverse die). AE. 47.69 g. 42.00 mm. RRR. Extremely rare. Dark grayish-green patina, with faint scratches or graffiti on reverse. VF. Reverse erased and smoothed down in antiquity.
Lot # 588 - Faustina II (died 176 AD). AE As, struck under Antoninus Pius, circa 150-152 AD. Obv. FAVSTINAE AVG PII AVG FIL. Draped bust right, band of pearls round head. Rev. VENVS SC. Venus standing facing, head right, holding apple and cloak over right shoulder. RIC III (A. Pius) 1409. AE. 13.00 g. 26.00 mm. Dark patina. VF.
Lot # 600 - Lucius Verus (161-169). AE Medallion, Nysa mint, Lydia. Magistrate Diodotos. Obv. Laurate and cuirassed bust left. Rev. Demeter, holding torch in each hand and with drapery billowing above head, standing right in biga drawn by two winged serpents. Cf. RPC online IV,2. 1473 (head right); Cf. GRPC 3, 128 = Regling 103a (head right). AE. 18.40 g. 41.00 mm. RRR. Reddish brown patina. Piece cut off in ancient time and holed, otherwise. About VF. Possibly unpublished.
Results from 541 to 600 of 1102