Pegasi Numismatics - Auction 39

Closes Tuesday, November 13, 2018 11:00 AM CDT

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GalleryLot 595
TREBONIANUS GALLUS, 251-253 AD. ∆ Sestertius (20.22 gm). Laureate draped bust / Apollo standing with branch and lyre. RIC.104(R). VF, brown patina. Rare.
US$ 90
 
011/13/2018 1:28:30 PM
GalleryLot 596
VOLUSIAN, 251-253 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.55 gm). Laureate draped bust / Pax standing holding branch and sceptre. RIC.179. Toned VF+ Scarce.
US$ 115
 
011/13/2018 1:28:45 PM
GalleryLot 597
AEMILIAN, 253 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.73 gm). Radiate draped bust / Apollo standing holding branch and resting hand on lyre. RIC.1. RSC.2. Toned VF. Rare.
US$ 265
 
011/13/2018 1:29:00 PM
GalleryLot 598
VALERIAN I, 253-260 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.99 gm), Mediolanum. Radiate draped bust / Concordia standing sacrificing at altar. RIC.235. Toned aXF.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:29:15 PM
GalleryLot 599
VALERIAN, 253-260 AD. ∆ Sestertius (24.46 gm), 253-254 AD. Laureate cuirassed bust / Fides standing holding standards. RIC.160. aVF, brown patina. Scarce. On a Medallic flan, much heavier than usual.
US$ 150
 
011/13/2018 1:29:30 PM
GalleryLot 600
MARINIANA, wife of Valerian, d. 253 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.28 gm). Veiled bust on crescent / Peacock with tail in splendour. RIC.3(S). Toned VF. Rare.
US$ 235
 
011/13/2018 1:29:45 PM
GalleryLot 601
GALLIENUS, 253-268 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.03 gm), 254 AD. Radiate draped bust / Concordia standing holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC.379. Toned aXF. Scarce as silver issue.
US$ 85
 
011/13/2018 1:30:00 PM
GalleryLot 602
GALLIENUS, 253-268 AD. Silvered ∆ Antoninianus (3.96 gm), Asia, 265. Radiate head left / Trophy between two captives. RIC.652v. Toned XF, typical weak rev.
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:30:15 PM
GalleryLot 603
VALERIAN II, son of Gallienus, 253-255 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.68 gm). Radiate bust right / Infant Jupiter riding goat. RIC.3. Toned VF. Scarce.
US$ 125
 
011/13/2018 1:30:30 PM
GalleryLot 604
SALONINUS, son of Gallienus, 254 AD. AR Antoninianus (3.91 gm). Radiate bust right / Priestly implements. RIC.9. Toned VF. Scarce.
US$ 145
 
011/13/2018 1:30:45 PM
GalleryLot 605
POSTUMUS, 259-268 AD. AR Antoninianus (4.80 gm), Lugdunum. Radiate draped bust / Moneta standing holding balance. RIC.75. Toned XF.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:31:00 PM
GalleryLot 606
POSTUMUS, 259-268 AD. Billon Antoninianus (3.90 gm) of Cologne. Radiate draped bust / Jupiter standing with thunderbolt and sceptre. RIC.309. Toned aXF.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:31:15 PM
GalleryLot 607
MACRIANUS, 260-261 AD. Billon Antoninianus (3.56 gm), Samosata. Radiate cuirassed bust / Roma enthroned holding Victory and sceptre. RIC.11(R2). VF+, green patina. Very Rare.
US$ 235
 
011/13/2018 1:31:30 PM
GalleryLot 608
QUIETUS, 260-1 AD. Billon Antoninianus (4.69 gm) of Samosata. Radiate draped bust / Spes standing holding flower. RIC.11(R2). RSC.14. Toned VF+. Very Rare.
US$ 295
 
011/13/2018 1:31:45 PM
GalleryLot 609
MARIUS, 268 AD. ∆ Antoninianus (3.04 gm), KŲln. Radiate cuirassed bust / Victory standing with wreath and palm. RIC.17(S). VF, brown patina, typical weak rev. ex Sol Goldman collection with Seaby tag from 1978.
US$ 265
 
011/13/2018 1:32:00 PM
GalleryLot 610
VICTORINUS 268-270 AD. ∆ Antoninianus (1.75 gm) of Cologne. Radiate draped bust / Sol walking with whip. RIC.114. aXF, olive brown patina, typical weak rev.
US$ 65
 
011/13/2018 1:32:15 PM
GalleryLot 611
QUINTILLUS, 270 AD. ∆ Antoninianus (2.58 gm) of Mediolanum. Radiate and cuirassed bust / Fides standing with two standards. RIC.52v. aXF, restruck brockage.
US$ 80
 
011/13/2018 1:32:30 PM
GalleryLot 612
AURELIAN, 270-275 AD. Silvered ∆ Antoninianus (4.16 gm) of Siscia. Radiate cuirassed bust / Sol walking holding orb, two captives at feet. RIC.154. Toned XF.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:32:45 PM
GalleryLot 613
SEVERINA, wife of Aurelian, 270-275 AD. Silvered ∆ Antoninianus (4.06 gm) of Antioch. Diademed bust on crescent / Emperor and empress clasping hands. RIC.19. Toned aXF.
US$ 140
 
011/13/2018 1:33:00 PM
GalleryLot 614
VABALATHUS, 270-272 AD. ∆ Antoninianus (3.64 gm) of Antioch. Laureate draped cuirassed bust / Radiate cuirassed bust of Aurelian. RIC.381(S). VF+, brown patina. Scarce.
US$ 110
 
011/13/2018 1:33:15 PM
GalleryLot 615
TACITUS, 275-276 AD. Silvered ∆ Antoninianus (4.40 gm) of Gaul. Radiate cuirassed bust / Felicitas standing with caduceus and cornucopiae. RIC.65. Toned XF.
US$ 145
 
011/13/2018 1:33:30 PM
GalleryLot 616
FLORIANUS, 276 AD. Silvered ∆ Antoninianus (4.29 gm) of Lugdunum. Radiate draped bust / Sol standing holding chariot-whip. RIC.7. Toned XF.
US$ 210
 
011/13/2018 1:33:45 PM
GalleryLot 617
PROBUS, 276-282 AD. ∆ Antoninianus (3.83 gm) of Ticinum. Helmeted armored bust holding spear and shield / Salus standing feeding serpent from patera. RIC.500. XF, black patina.
US$ 125
 
011/13/2018 1:34:00 PM
GalleryLot 618
PROBUS, 276-282 AD. Silvered ∆ Antoninianus (3.51 gm) of Rome. Radiate bust in Imperial robes holding eagle tipped sceptre / Roma enthroned in hexastyle temple. RIC.183. Toned Near Mint.
US$ 145
 
011/13/2018 1:34:15 PM
GalleryLot 619
CARUS, 282-283 AD. Silvered ∆ Antoninianus (4.11 gm) of Lugdunum. Radiate and cuirassed bust / Pax standing with palm branch and sceptre. RIC.13. Toned XF.
US$ 150
 
011/13/2018 1:34:30 PM
GalleryLot 620
MAGNIA URBICA, wife of Carinus, 283-285 AD. ∆ Antoninianus (3.54 gm) of Ticinum. Diademed bust on crescent / Venus standing holding helmet and sceptre. RIC.347. VF, brown black patina. Very Rare.
US$ 250
 
011/13/2018 1:34:45 PM
GalleryLot 621
NUMERIAN, 283-284 AD. ∆ Antoninanus (3.32 gm) of Rome, posthumous commemorative. Radiate bust / Eagle standing. RIC.424. VF, brown patina, weak spot on legend. Rare.
US$ 125
 
011/13/2018 1:35:00 PM
GalleryLot 622
DIOCLETIAN, 284-305 AD. AR Argentus (3.14 gm) of Rome, 294. Laureate head / The tetrarchs sacrificing in front of camp gate and walls. RIC.27a(R). Toned XF. Rare.
US$ 525
 
011/13/2018 1:35:15 PM
GalleryLot 623
DIOCLETIAN, 285-305 AD. Silvered ∆ Follis (9.79 gm) of Alexandria, 300. Laureate head / Genius standing holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC.30a. XF, brown patina.
US$ 145
 
011/13/2018 1:35:30 PM
GalleryLot 624
MAXIMIANUS, 298/9-303 AD. AR Argenteus (3.02 gm) of Nicomedia. Laureate head / Camp gate with open doors, VICTORIAE SARMATI. RIC.22b. Toned aXF. Very Rare.
US$ 550
 
011/13/2018 1:35:45 PM
GalleryLot 625
MAXIMIANUS I, 306-308 AD. ∆ Follis (5.73 gm) of Lugdunum, 303-5. Laureate cuirassed bust / Genius standing at altar, holding patera and cornucopia. RIC.174(R). aXF, brown black patina. Rare.
US$ 110
 
011/13/2018 1:36:00 PM
GalleryLot 626
CARAUSIUS, 287-293 AD. ∆ Antoninianus (3.57 gm) uncertain mint. Radiate draped and cuirassed bust / Pax standing holding branch and sceptre. RIC.10.85v. aXF, green black patina.
US$ 145
 
111/13/2018 1:36:15 PM
GalleryLot 627
CONSTANTIUS I, 305-306 AD. AR Argenteus (3.29 gm) of Trier. Laureate head / The four princes sacrificing over tripod before gate. RIC.105a(R3). Toned VF+, closed flan crack. Very Rare.
US$ 350
 
011/13/2018 1:36:30 PM
GalleryLot 628
CONSTANTIUS I, 305-306 AD. ∆ Silvered Follis (10.31 gm) of Alexandria. Diademed bust right / Genius standing holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC.33a. XF, brown patina. Scarce.
US$ 145
 
011/13/2018 1:36:45 PM
GalleryLot 629
CONSTANTIUS I, 305-306 AD. ∆ Memorial Follis (6.31 gm) of London. Laureate, veiled, and cuirassed bust / Altar with two eagles. RIC.110. XF, brown black patina. Rare. With old French collector's tag.
US$ 225
 
011/13/2018 1:37:00 PM
GalleryLot 630
GALERIUS, 305-311 AD. ∆ Follis (10.41 gm) of Treveri, 303/5. Laureate cuirassed bust / Genius naked holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC.594b. Near Mint, brown patina. With old French collector's tag.
US$ 145
 
011/13/2018 1:37:15 PM
GalleryLot 631
SEVERUS II, Caesar 305-306 AD. Silvered ∆ Follis (9.09 gm) of Lugdunum. Laureate cuirassed bust / genius standing holding patera and cornucopia. RIC.199a. Toned Near Mint. Rare and Choice.
US$ 375
 
011/13/2018 1:37:30 PM
GalleryLot 632
DIVUS ROMULUS, son of Maxentius, 308-309 AD. ∆ Follis (6.47 gm) of Ostia. Bare head / Dome-roofed temple surmounted by eagle. RIC.33. VF+, brown patina. Rare.
US$ 375
 
011/13/2018 1:37:45 PM
GalleryLot 633
MAXIMINUS II, DAIA, 309-313 AD. Silvered ∆ Large Module Follis (10.08 gm) of Lugdunum, as Caesar, 305-7 AD. Laureate draped and cuirassed bust / Genius standing holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC.199b. XF. Wonderful portrait.
US$ 220
 
011/13/2018 1:38:00 PM
GalleryLot 634
MAXIMINUS II DAIA, 309-313 AD. ∆ Follis (7.35 gm) of Nikomedia as Augustus, 310-311 AD. Laureate head / Genius standing with cornucopiae and patera. RIC.66c. XF, brown patina.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:38:15 PM
GalleryLot 635
LICINIUS I, 308-324 AD. Silvered ∆ Follis (4.34 gm) of Nicomedia, 313-7. Laureate head / Jupiter standing holding Victory and sceptre, eagle at feet. RIC.15(R2). Toned XF.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:38:30 PM
GalleryLot 636
LICINIUS II, Caesar, 317 - 320 AD. ∆ Follis (3.22 gm) of Heraklea. Small laureate draped bust with mappa and scepter / Camp gate. RIC.19. aXF, earthen green patina.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:38:45 PM
GalleryLot 637
CONSTANTINE I, the Great, 307-337 AD. ∆ Large Module Follis (4.13 gm) of Lugdunum, 309-310. Laureate draped cuirassed bust / Sol standing holding globe. RIC.310. Near Mint, brown patina.
US$ 150
 
011/13/2018 1:39:00 PM
GalleryLot 638
CONSTANTINE I, 307-337 AD. ∆ Large Module Follis (4.17 gm) of Trier, 313-5. Laureate, draped, cuirassed bust seen from back / Sol standing holding globe. RIC.41v. XF, dark brown patina†Rare
US$ 135
 
011/13/2018 1:39:15 PM
GalleryLot 639
CONSTANTINE I THE GREAT, 307-337 AD. Silvered ∆ Follis (3.56 gm) of Trier, 319. Helmeted cuirassed bust holding spear / Two Victories holding shield with votive inscription. RIC.213. Toned Near Mint. Rare. Full silvering.
US$ 135
 
011/13/2018 1:39:30 PM
GalleryLot 640
CONSTANTINE I, 307-337 AD. ∆ Follis (3.13 gm) of Trier 326. Laureate head / Camp gate. RIC.475. Near Mint, dark brown patina.
US$ 95
 
011/13/2018 1:39:45 PM
GalleryLot 641
CONSTANTINE I, 307-337 AD. ∆ Reduced Follis (1.76 gm), posthumous commemorative 337-340 AD. Veiled bust / Emperor in quadriga, hand of God above. RIC.4. aXF, black patina with earthen highlights.
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:40:00 PM
GalleryLot 642
URBS ROMA, 330-340 AD. ∆ Follis (2.56 gm) of Lugdunum. Helmeted bust of Roma / Wolf suckling twins, two stars above. RIC.247. Near Mint, brown black patina.
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:40:15 PM
GalleryLot 643
CONSTANTINOPOLIS, 330-340 AD. ∆ Follis (2.46 gm) of Trier, 330/1. Armoured bust of Constantinopolis / Victory standing on prow. RIC.543. XF, brown patina.
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:40:30 PM
GalleryLot 644
HELENA, mother of Constantine I, 307-337 AD. ∆ Follis (3.28 gm) of Trier 327-328 AD. Diademed and draped bust / Securitas standing holding branch. RIC.515(r4). Near Mint, green black patina. Very Rare.
US$ 200
 
011/13/2018 1:40:45 PM
GalleryLot 645
FAUSTA, wife of Constantine I, d. 326 AD. ∆ Follis (2.91 gm) of Ticinum, 326. Draped bust / Spes standing holding two children. RIC.203(R5). XF, green black patina. Very Rare.
US$ 175
 
011/13/2018 1:41:00 PM
GalleryLot 646
CRISPUS, 317-326 AD. ∆ Follis (2.97 gm) of Nikomedia 324-325 AD. Laureate cuirassed bust / Military camp-gate. RIC.91(r2). XF, dark brown patina. Rare.
US$ 95
 
011/13/2018 1:41:15 PM
GalleryLot 647
HANNIBALLIANUS, Rex, 335-337 AD. ∆ Reduced Follis (1.39 gm) of Constantinople. Cuirassed bust / Euphrates reclining on urn, holding sceptre, reed behind. RIC.147(R2). VF+, green patina. Very Rare.
US$ 325
 
011/13/2018 1:41:30 PM
GalleryLot 648
CONSTANTINE II, 337-340 AD. Silvered ∆ Follis (2.82 gm) of London, as Caesar, 322-23 AD. Helmeted cuirassed bust left / Globe surmounting Altar with votive inscription. RIC.VII.258(R2). Near Mint, full toned silvering, weak rev strike. Rare.
US$ 95
 
011/13/2018 1:41:45 PM
GalleryLot 649
CONSTANS, 337-350 AD. ∆ Centenionalis (5.15 gm) of Antioch as Augustus. Diademed draped and cuirassed bust holding orb / Soldier dragging captive from hut. RIC.126. XF, brown patina
US$ 135
 
011/13/2018 1:42:00 PM
GalleryLot 650
CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 AD. AR Heavy Siliqua (2.72 gm) of Constantinople. Laureate drapped bust / Votive inscription in wreath. RIC.101. XF.
US$ 240
 
011/13/2018 1:42:15 PM
GalleryLot 651
CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 AD. AR Siliqua (2.00 gm) of Arles. Diademed draped and cuirassed bust / VOTIS XXX MVLTIS XXXX in wreath. RIC.207b. Toned XF. ex East Harptree Hoard. The East Harptree Hoard was discovered in 1887 by Mr. Kettlewell of Harptree Court, The coins were studied by the British Museum and published in The Numismatic Chronicle in 1888 by John Evans who remarked on the ďremarkably good preservationĒ. The hoard was then returned to the finder and they remained untouched until the present day,
US$ 275
 
011/13/2018 1:42:30 PM
GalleryLot 652
CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 AD. ∆ Centenionalis (5.02 gm) of Antioch. Diademed draped and cuirassed bust holding orb / Emperor with two captives. RIC.125. XF, black patina.
US$ 115
 
011/13/2018 1:42:45 PM
GalleryLot 653
CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 AD. Silvered ∆ Centenionalis (6.13 gm) of Constantinople 348-351 AD. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust / Soldier spearing fallen horseman. RIC.106. XF, toned silvering, brown patina.
US$ 115
 
011/13/2018 1:43:00 PM
GalleryLot 654
CONSTANTIUS II, 337-361 AD. ∆ Anepigraphic Follis (1.96 gm) of Antioch 326 AD. Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust / Star above legend. RIC.55. LRBC.1340. aVF, dark brown patina.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:43:15 PM
GalleryLot 655
MAGNENTIUS, 350-353 AD. ∆ Centenionalis (4.74 gm) of Lyons. Bare headed bust / Wreath between two Victories. RIC.130. XF, black patina.
US$ 125
 
011/13/2018 1:43:30 PM
GalleryLot 656
DECENTIUS, 350-353 AD. ∆ Centenionalis (5.28 gm) of Amiens 351-352 AD. Curiassed bust / Two Victories holding wreath with votive inscription. RIC.12. XF, green black patina. ex Hoffman collection.
US$ 175
 
011/13/2018 1:43:45 PM
GalleryLot 657
VETRANIO, 350 AD. Silvered ∆ Centenionalis (5.45 gm) of Thessalonika. Diademed cuirassed bust / Emperor standing with two standards. RIC.131(R2). XF, green patina. In his own name. Rare.
US$ 285
 
011/13/2018 1:44:00 PM
GalleryLot 658
CONSTANTIUS GALLUS, Caesar, 351-354 AD. ∆ Centenionalis (6.99 gm) of Antioch. Draped and cuirassed bust / Soldier spearing fallen horseman. RIC.134. XF, dark brown patina.
US$ 150
 
011/13/2018 1:44:15 PM
GalleryLot 659
JULIAN II, 360-363 AD. AR Siliqua (2.18 gm) of Trier. Diademed draped and cuirassed bust / VOTIS V MVLTIS X within wreath. RIC.363. Toned Near Mint. ex E. Harptree hoard. The East Harptree Hoard was discovered in 1887 by Mr. Kettlewell of Harptree Court, The coins were studied by the British Museum and published in The Numismatic Chronicle in 1888 by John Evans who remarked on the ďremarkably good preservationĒ. The hoard was then returned to the finder and they remained untouched until the present day,
US$ 375
 
011/13/2018 1:44:30 PM
GalleryLot 660
JULIAN II the APOSTATE, 361-363 AD. ∆ Double Centenionalis (8.18 gm) of Sirmium. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust / Bull with two stars above. RIC.107. aXF, green patina, some tooling.
US$ 250
 
011/13/2018 1:44:45 PM
GalleryLot 661
JULIAN II the APOSTATE, 360-363 AD. ∆ Follis (3.02 gm) of Sirmium. Helmeted bust with spear and shield / Wreath with votive inscription. RIC.108. aXF, dark green patina.
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:45:00 PM
GalleryLot 662
JOVIAN, 363-364 AD. ∆ Follis (3.10 gm) of Sirmium. Diademed draped bust / Votive inscription in wreath. RIC.118. XF, green black patina. Rare.
US$ 165
 
011/13/2018 1:45:15 PM
GalleryLot 663
VALENTINIAN I, 364-375 AD. AR Siliqua (1.87 gm) of Lugdunum. Diademed draped and cuirassed bust / Emperor standing holding labarum and Victory. RIC.6b4. Toned XF. ex E. Harptree Hoard. The East Harptree Hoard was discovered in 1887 by Mr. Kettlewell of Harptree Court, The coins were studied by the British Museum and published in The Numismatic Chronicle in 1888 by John Evans who remarked on the ďremarkably good preservationĒ. The hoard was then returned to the finder and they remained untouched until the present day,
US$ 295
 
011/13/2018 1:45:30 PM
GalleryLot 664
VALENS, 364-378 AD. Gold Solidus (4.38 gm) of Antioch. Diademed draped and cuirassed bust / Emperor standing holding labarum and Victory. RIC.2c. XF.
US$ 1,150
 
011/13/2018 1:45:45 PM
GalleryLot 665
VALENS, 364-378 AD. AR Siliqua (1.96 gm) of Rome 364-7. Diademed draped bust / VOT V MVLT X in wreath. RIC.10(c). Toned XF, hoard patina. ex East Harptree Hoard. The East Harptree Hoard was discovered in 1887 by Mr. Kettlewell of Harptree Court, The coins were studied by the British Museum and published in The Numismatic Chronicle in 1888 by John Evans who remarked on the ďremarkably good preservationĒ. The hoard was then returned to the finder and they remained untouched until the present day,
US$ 265
 
011/13/2018 1:46:00 PM
GalleryLot 666
VALENS, 364-378 AD. AR Siliqua (2.08 gm) of Rome 364-367 AD. Diademed, draped and cuirassed bust / Roma seated holding spear and Victory. RIC.11.b2. Toned XF. ex E. Harptree Hoard. The East Harptree Hoard was discovered in 1887 by Mr. Kettlewell of Harptree Court. The coins were studied by the British Museum and published in The Numismatic Chronicle in 1888 by John Evans who remarked on the ďremarkably good preservationĒ. The hoard was then returned to the finder and they remained untouched until the present day,
US$ 275
 
011/13/2018 1:46:15 PM
GalleryLot 667
VALENS, 364-378 AD. ∆ Follis (2.90 gm) of Siscia. Diademed draped bust / Victory holding wreath. RIC.15b. XF, dark brown patina. Trace of silvering,
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:46:30 PM
GalleryLot 668
PROCOPIUS, 365-366 AD. ∆ Follis (2.78 gm) of Constantinople. Diademed bust / Procopius standing holding labarum and leaning on shield. RIC.17a.6.(R2). VF, green black patina. ex Hoffman collection.
US$ 115
 
011/13/2018 1:46:45 PM
GalleryLot 669
GRATIAN, 367-383 AD. AR Siliqua (2.10 gm) of Trier. Diademed draped bust / Roma enthroned holding orb and sceptre. RIC.27f. Toned XF
US$ 260
 
011/13/2018 1:47:00 PM
GalleryLot 670
GRATIAN, 367-383 AD. ∆ Centenionalis (5.44 gm) of Siscia. Diademed draped bust / Emperor raising kneeling figure. RIC.26a. XF, green patina, some smoothing.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:47:15 PM
GalleryLot 671
VALENTINIAN II, 375-392 AD. ∆ Centenionalis (5.03 gm) of Thessaloniki. Armoured bust with spear / Emperor standing in galley steered by Victory. RIC.44a. VF+, brown black patina.
US$ 100
 
111/13/2018 1:47:30 PM
GalleryLot 672
THEODOSIUS I, 379-395 AD. ∆ Reduced Follis (1.23 gm) of Siscia, 384-87 AD. Diademed draped bust / Victory holding wreath and palm. RIC.39(b). LRBC.1576. XF, dark green patina.
US$ 65
 
011/13/2018 1:47:45 PM
GalleryLot 673
AELIA FLACCILLA, wife of Theodosius I, 378-395 AD. ∆ Reduced Follis (1.39 gm) of Heraklea. Diademed bust / Victory writing on shield. RIC.13. VF+, green patina, some smoothing. Scarce.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:48:00 PM
GalleryLot 674
ARCADIUS, 383-408 AD. ∆ Follis (2.02 gm) of Kyzikos, 395-401 AD. Diademed draped bust / Arcadius standing, holding spear and shield, crowned by Victory. RIC.66. XF, brown patina.
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:48:15 PM
GalleryLot 675
AELIA EUDOXIA, wife of Arcadius, d. 404 AD. ∆ Follis (2.92 gm) of Kyzikos. Diademed draped bust / Victory seated inscribing shield. RIC.103(S). VF, brown black patina. Scarce.
US$ 85
 
011/13/2018 1:48:30 PM
GalleryLot 676
MAGNUS MAXIMUS, 383-388 AD. AR Siliqua (1.99 gm) of Trier. Diademed draped bust / Roma enthroned holding globe and spear. RSC.20Üa. RIC.84b. Toned VF+.
US$ 325
 
011/13/2018 1:48:45 PM
GalleryLot 677
EUGENIUS, 392-394 AD. AR Siliqua (1.43 gm) of Milan, 393/4. Diademed draped bearded bust / Roma seated holding Victory and spear. RIC.32c. Toned XF. Rare.
US$ 1,200
 
011/13/2018 1:49:00 PM
GalleryLot 678
THEODOSIUS II, 408-450 AD. Gold Solidus (4.35 gm) of Constantinople. Helmeted bust 3/4 facing right / Emperor & Valentinian enthroned. RIC.237. aXF. Rare.
US$ 950
 
011/13/2018 1:49:15 PM
GalleryLot 679
LEO I, 457-474 AD. Gold Solidus (4.44 gm) of Constantinople. Helmeted bust 3/4 facing right / Victory standing left holding cross. RIC.605. Dep.93/1. Near Mint. Scarce.
US$ 695
 
011/13/2018 1:49:30 PM
GalleryLot 680
VISIGOTHS. Pseudo-Imperial Series, VI Century AD. In the name of Justinian. Gold Tremissis (1.45 gm) of Narbonne. Diademed and draped bust wearing cross / Victory advancing in crude style resembling an insect. MEC.193. Near Mint Rare. Choice
US$ 1,350
 
011/13/2018 1:49:45 PM
GalleryLot 681
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Anastasios I, 491-518 AD. Gold Solidus (4.42 gm) of Constantinople. Helmeted bust 3/4 facing right / Angel standing left holding cross. S.3. Mint. Scarce.
US$ 1,100
 
011/13/2018 1:50:00 PM
GalleryLot 682
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Anastasios I, 491-518 AD. ∆ Small Module Follis (7.87 gm) of Constantinople. Diademed bust right / Large M. S.14. VF, brown patina.
US$ 100
 
011/13/2018 1:50:15 PM
GalleryLot 683
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justin I, 518-527 AD. ∆ Follis (15.98 gm) of Antioch, off B. Diademed bust right, cross above / Large M. S.100. aVF, black patina. Rare with cross.
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:50:30 PM
GalleryLot 684
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justin I, 518-527 AD. ∆ Pentanummium (1.72 gm) of Constantinople. Diademed draped bust / Large E. S.72. Off. D. VF, brown patina.
US$ 60
 
011/13/2018 1:50:45 PM
GalleryLot 685
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justinian I, 527-565 AD. Gold Solidus (4.30 gm) of Constantinople. Crowned bust facing / Angel standing. Sear.140. Near Mint.
US$ 495
 
011/13/2018 1:51:00 PM
GalleryLot 686
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justinian I, 527-565 AD. ∆ Follis (15.58 gm) of Constantinople, off B. Helmeted bust facing / Large M. S.158. VF, brown patina.
US$ 75
 
011/13/2018 1:51:15 PM
GalleryLot 687
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justinian I, 527-565 AD. ∆ Large Module Follis (18.50 gm) of Kyzicus, yr 19, B. Crowned bust facing / Large M. S.207. VF, green patina.
US$ 100
 
111/13/2018 1:51:30 PM
GalleryLot 688
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justinian I, 527-565 AD. ∆ Half Follis (12.24 gm) of Constantinople, yr. 12, off: D. Armoured bust with orb / Large K. S.165. VF, green patina.
US$ 125
 
011/13/2018 1:51:45 PM
GalleryLot 689
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justinian I, 527-565 AD. ∆ Nummus (0.50 gm) of Carthage. Diademed bust facing / Large star. S.283b. VF+. Very Rare.
US$ 195
 
011/13/2018 1:52:00 PM
GalleryLot 690
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justin II, 565-578 AD. Gold Solidus (4.31 gm) of Constantinople. Crowned facing bust holding Victory / Constantinopolis seated holding sceptre and orb. S.345. XF.
US$ 375
 
011/13/2018 1:52:15 PM
GalleryLot 691
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justin II, 565-578 AD. ∆ Follis (12.65 gm) of Kyzikos, yr. 12, off. A. Justin & Sophia enthroned / Large M. S.372. VF, brown patina. Scarce.
US$ 70
 
111/13/2018 1:52:30 PM
GalleryLot 692
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justin II. 565-578 AD. ∆ Dekanummia (3.23 gm) of Antioch. Justin and Sophia enthroned facing / Large I. S.383. VF, green brown patina.
US$ 60
 
011/13/2018 1:52:45 PM
GalleryLot 693
BYZANTINE EMPIRE. Justin II, 565-578 AD. ∆ Pentanummium (2.14 gm) of Ravenna. Diademed draped bust / Large E and cross in wreath. S.416. VF+, brown patina. Scarce.
US$ 90
 
011/13/2018 1:53:00 PM

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