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Lot # 177 - Marcius Porcius Cato, 89 BC. Quinarius (Silver, 14.69 mm, 1.74 g) Rome. M.CATO (AT linked) to left. Head of Liber right wearing ivy wreath, symbol below his neck (control mark). Rev. VICTRIX (TR linked) in exergue. Victory seated right, holding patera in the extended right hand and palm branch on her left shoulder (not visible). Crawford 343/2b; Sydenham 597; Babelon (Porcia) 7; BMC 680; RBW 1298. Very Fine.
Lot # 178 - Cnaeus Cornelius Lentulus Clodianus, 88 BC. Quinarius (Silver, 14.17 mm, 1.77 g) Rome. Laureate head of Jupiter right with beard and long hair. Rev. CN. LENT (NT linked) in exergue. Victory standing to right crowning trophy in front of her, dot between them. Crawford 345/2; Sydenham 703; Babelon (Cornelia) 51; BMC 2444; RBW 1313. Very Fine.
Lot # 179 - L. Rubrius Dossenus, 87 BC. Quinarius (Silver, 13.52 mm, 1.85 g), Rome. Laureate head of Neptune to right, with trident over shoulder; behind, DOS - SEN. Rev. Victory advancing to right, holding wreath and palm branch; to right, garlanded altar with snake coiled round top; behind, [L RVBRI]. Crawford 348/4. Sydenham 708. Babelon (Rubria), 408, 4. BMCRR I, 312, 2459-2460. RBW 1325. Dark patina with slight porosity and deposits. Very Fine.
Lot # 180 - L. Rutilius Flaccus, 77 BC. Denarius (Silver, 18.13 mm, 3.73 g), Rome. Helmeted head of Roma to right; behind, FLAC. Rev. Victory driving biga to right, holding wreath in her right hand and reins in left; in exergue, L · RVTILI. Crawford 387/1. Sydenham 780. Babelon (Rutilia), 413, 1. BMCRR I, 395, 3244. RBW 1420. Toned. Thin scratch on the face on obverse, otherwise, Near Extremely Fine.
Lot # 181 - L. Aemilius Lepidus Paullus, 62 BC. Denarius (Silver, 17,00 mm, 3.96 g), Rome. PAVLLVS LEPIDVS CONCORDIA Diademed and veiled head of Concordia to right. Rev. Trophy; on left, three captives (King Perseus of Macedon and his sons); on right, togate figure standing left (L. Aemilius Paullus); above, TER; in exergue, PAVLLVS. Crawford 415/1. Sydenham 926. Babelon (Aemilia) 122, 10. BMCRR Rome I, 3373. RBW 1497. Very Fine. This coin commemorates the victories of the moneyer's reputed ancestor, L. Aemilius Paullus. The letters TER on the reverse refer to L. Aemilius Paullus' three triumphs: in Spain in 190 BC, Liguria in 181 BC and at the famous battle of Pydna in 168 BC, when the Romans extinguished the independent Macedonian kingdom
Lot # 182 - L. Scribonius Libo, 62 BC. Denarius (19.76 mm, 3.51 g), Rome. Diademed head of Bonus Eventus to right; behind, LIBO; before, BON EVENT. Rev. Puteal Scribonianum decorated with garland and two lyres; at base, hammer; above, PVTEAL; below, [SC]RIBON. Crawford 416/1a. Sydenham 928. Babelon (Scribonia), 427, 8. BMCRR I, 419, 3377. RBW 1500. Some scratches with deposits, otherwise, Very Fine. The Puteal Scribonianum was located in the Forum Romanum in Ancient Rome. Puteals were round or square well-heads covering the opening of a well. The particular puteal represented on this coin was dedicated or renovated by a member of the Libo family.
Lot # 183 - C. Considius Nonianus, 56 BC. Denarius (Silver, 19,81 mm, 3,35 g), Rome. CONSIDI NONIANI - S•C Laureate and draped bust of Venus Erycina to right, wearing stephane and pendant earring. Rev. The Temple of Venus Erycina on the summit of Mount Eryx: tetrastyle temple seen from front on rocky mountain surrounded by a wall with crenelated tower at each end and a gate in center; above gate, ERVC. Babelon (Considia) 1a. Crawford 424/1. RBW 1522. Sydenham 886. Banker’s mark. Very Fine.
Lot # 184 - Sextus Pompeius, circa 45-36 BC. As (Bronze, 31.74 mm, 24.09 g) Uncertain mint in Sicily, issued circa 45/44 BC in the name of Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus. [MA]GNVS (MA linked) above. Laureate head of Janus with features of Pompeius Magnus. Rev. Prow of galley to right decorated with star, PIVS above, [IMP] below in exergue. Crawford 479/1; Sydenham 1044a; Sear 336; RPC I, 671. Very Fine.
Lot # 185 - Q. Caepio Brutus, 43-42 BC. Denarius (Silver, 14.90 mm, 3.58 g). Military mint traveling with Brutus in Lycia. LEIBERTAS Head of Libertas to right, wearing hair rolled back and collected into a knot behind. Rev. CAEPIO BRVTVS [PRO COS] Lyre between quiver to left and laurel branch tied with fillet to right. Crawford 501/1. Sydenham 1287. Babelon (Junia), 115, 34. RBW 1767. Scratches with deposits and corrosion, otherwise, Nearly Very Fine. Rare.
Lot # 186 - Lucius Iulius Bursio, 85 BC. Denarius (Silver, 18.20 mm, 3.70 g) Rome. Laureate and draped bust of Apollo Vejovis right, with long hair in ringlets and winged head, trident and caduceus behind his head. Rev. L.IULI BVRSIO in exergue. Crawford 352/1c; Sydenhamn 728a-b; Babelon (Julia) 5a. Pleasant dark patina and obverse well struck. Nearly Nery Fine.
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