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27 BC - 220 AD

Sestertius from Emperor Tiberius (22-23 AD)

Sestertius dated 22-23 AD, struck under Emperor Tiberius in Rome. The coin was a commemorative piece for Emperor Tiberius’ mother, Livia, who died in 23 AD in Caprea. Livia had come into conflict with the emperor, and had therefore escaped to Caprea three years earlier. Rev.: Carpentum (chariot) pulled by two mules. Grading: VF. Reference: Sear (2000) 1738, RIC Tiberius 51. Weight: 26,82 g.

Protocol no. 2693

kr 8,000

As from Emperor Germanicus (50-54 AD)

As dated 50-54 AD, struck under Emperor Germanicus (brother of Claudius I) in Rome. Grading: F. Rev.: Large «SC». Reference: RIC 106 (Claudius). Provenance: Roma Numismatics Ltd. 27:440. Weight: 12,28 g. 

Protocol no. 2642

kr 1,500

Denarius from Emperor Galba (68-69 AD)

Denarius dated 68-69 AD, struck under Emperor Galba. Grading: VF. Reference: RIC 167, C. 287 corr., BMC 34 corr. Weight: 3,21 g. 

Protocol no. 2637

kr 3,500

Denarius from Emperor Trajan (103-107 AD)

Denarius dated 103-107 AD, struck under Emperor Trajan in Rome. Grading: VF. Rev.: Dacia seated right on shield in mournful attitude. Reference: RIC 219, BMC 176. Weight: 3,21 g.

Protocol no. 2634

kr 1,000

Denarius from Emperor Domitianus (91 AD)

Denarius dated 91 AD, struck under Emperor Domitianus in Rome. Rev.: Minerva. Grading: F/VF. References: RIC 727, C. 267, BMC 186. Weight: 3,16 g. 

Protocol no. 2632

kr 450

Denarius from Emperor Vespasianus (76 AD)

Denarius dated 76 AD, struck under Emperor Vespasianus in Rome. Grading: VF)(XF. Rev.: Jupiter. Reference: RIC 849, C. 222 og BMC 276. Weight: 3,28 g. 

Protocol no. 2630

kr 1,350

Denarius from Julius Cæsar (47-46 BC)

Denarius dated 47-46 BC, struck under Julius Cæsar in a North African mint. Rev.: Aenas carrying Palladium and his father Anchises. Grading: VF. Reference: Sear (2000) 1402. Weight: 3,98 g. 

Protocol no. 2580

kr 10,000

As from Emperor Claudius (42 AD)

As dated 42 AD, struck under Emperor Claudius in Rome. Rev.: Libertas holding pileus. Grading: VF (beautiful style and patina). Reference: Sear (2000) 1860. Weight: 11,21 g. 

Protocol no. 2490

kr 3,000

Denarius from Pompeius Magnus (42-40 BC)

Denarius dated 42-40 BC, struck under Sextus Pompeius Magnus Pius in Sicily. Rev.: Neptun flanked by the brothers Anapias and Amphinomus. Grading: VF/XF. Reference: Cr. 511/3a. Provenance: Emporium Hamburg 77:362. Weight: 3,9 g.

Protocol no. 2395

kr 9,750

Denarius from Emperor Hadrian (137 AD)

Denarius dated 137 AD, struck under Emperor Hadrian in Rome. Grading: VF. Rev.: Salus feeding snake. Reference: Sear (2002) 3540. Weight: 3,1 g.

Protocol no. 2373

kr 550

The Widow’s Mite

«The widow’s mite», a 2000 year old Judaic bronze coin mentioned in the Gospel of Mark 12: 41-42. 

kr 190

As from Emperor Domitian (92-94 AD)

As dated 92-94 AD, struck under Emperor Domitian in Rome. Grading: F. Rev.: Virtus. Reference: Sear (2000) 2798. Weight: 14,59 g. 

Protocol no. 2358 b

kr 1,000