BANNER-ESCRITORIO-ANTIGUO-XVII-EN

Ancient World Vol. XVII

Auction 137 | December 18-19, 2023

BANNER-ESCRITORIO-ANTIGUO-XVII-EN

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adriano-aureo-hispania

Lot 2867 - Roman Imperial

Hadrian. Aureus. 130-133 d.C. Rome. (Ric-II 3.1530). (Bmcre-844). (C-1273). Anv.: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, bare head left. Rev.: HISPANIA, Hispania, draped, reclining left, holding up olive branch in right hand and resting left arm on rock; to left, a rabbit right. Au. 7,04 g. Rare. Choice VF.

anonimo-denario-roma

Lot 2544 - Roman Republican

Anonymous. Denarius. 208-206 BC. Rome. (Ffc-72). (Craw-106). Anv.: Head of Roma right, X behind. Rev.: The Dioscuri riding right, stars above, M bellow horses, ROMA in linear frame. Ag. 3,90 g. Metal somewhat porous. Minor scratches on reverse. VF/Almost VF.

adriano-sestercio-roma

Lot 2850 - Roman Imperial

Hadrian. Sestertius. 134-138 d.C. Rome. (Ric-II 851). (C-832). Anv.: HADRIANVS AVG COS III P P, laureate and draped bust right. Rev.: HISPANIA, Hispania reclining left holding branch and resting elbow on rock. Ae. 30,63 g. Dark green patina. Minor deposits. A good sample for this type. Rare, even more so in this grade. Almost XF.

ontikes-celtiberian

Lot 2420 - Celtiberian Coins

Ontikes. Unit. 120-20 BC. Zona de Navarra-Aragón. (Abh-1888). (Acip-1693). Anv.: Bearded head right, plough before, dolphin behind. Rev.: Horseman right, holding spear, triskeles behind, iberian legend OMTIKES on line below. Ae. 6,35 g. A very good sample for this mint. Very rare. Choice VF.

aureo-tito-roma

Lot 2808 - Roman Imperial

Titus. Aureus. 73 d.C. Rome. (Ric-510). (Cal-797). Anv.: T CAES IMP VESP PON TR POT. Laureate head right. Rev.: VESTA. Tetrastyle circular Temple of Vesta, a statue of Vesta standing within, holding sceptre, two statues flanking outside. Au. 7,19 g. Very scarce. Choice VF.

maximiano-argenteo-roma

Lot 3134 - Roman Imperial

Maximianus. Argenteus. 294-295 d.C. Ticinum. (Ric-16b). (Rsc-548d). Anv.: MAXIMIANVS AVG Laureate head to right. Rev.: VICTORIA SARMAT The four tetrarchs sacrificing over tripod in front of a six-turreted camp gate. Ag. 3,05 g. Magnificent piece. Purchased in Afinsa, 13 April 2005. XF/AU.