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Sestertius from Emperor Trajan (106 AD)
Sestertius dated 106 AD, struck under Emperor Trajan in Rome. Grading: F. Rev: Victory and shield on palm-stump. Reference: Sear (2002) 3201, RIC 527. Weight: 25,84 g.
Protocol no. 1164
Denarius from Empress Faustina I (141 AD)
Denarius dated 141 AD, struck under Empress Faustina, wife of Antonius Pius, in Rome. Obv: Avgvsta. Grading: F/VF. References: RIC 356. Weight: 3,1 g.
Protocol no. 903
Denarius from Emperor Augustus (19-18 BC)
Denarius dated 19-18 BC, struck under Enmperor Augustus (27 BC – 14 AD). Grading: Good VF. Obv: Augustus, «CAESAR AVGVSTVS». Rev: Circular shield inscribed «S P Q R / Cl V». Reference: Sear 1637. Provenance: Heritage Auctions Long Beach 3042. Weight: 3,71 g.
Protocol no. 636
Denarius from Emperor Augustus (17-16 BC)
Denarius dated 17-16 BC, struck under Emperor Augustus in Colonia Patricia. Grading: VF. Obv: Augustus, «S P Q R CAESARI AVGVSTO». Rev.: Mars standing left, holding vexillum and parazonium. This coin type was struck in order to wish the emperor health and safe departure for Gaul in 16 BC. Provenance: On request. Reference: Sear (2000) 324:1641. Weight: 3,73 g.
Denarius from Antonius Pius (141-143 AD)
Denarius from 141-143 AD, struck under Emperor Antoninus Pius (woth Marcus Aurelius as Caesar) on Rome. Grding: VF. Obv: Antoninus Pius and ”ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III”. Rev: Draped bust of Marcus Aurelius and ”AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS”. References: RIC III 415b. Provenance: Dr. George Spradling’s collection. Weight: 3,26 g.
Protocol no. 495