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Gens Afrania

368. Spurius Afranius (150 BC). Denarius, Roma, 150 BC. (AR 3,9 g). Helmeted head of Roma r.; behind, X. // SAFRA, in exergue: ROMA. Victory on biga r. Craw. 206/1; BMCRR Rome 670. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120 365. Denarius, Rome, 115-114 BC. (AR 3,8 g). ROMA. Helemted head of Roma r.; behind, X. // Roma seated on shields r. In front of her, she wolf suckling twins; on either side, birds flying. Craw. 287/1; BMCRR Italy 562. VF+ Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

Gens Antonia

369. Q. Antonius Balbus (83-82 BC). Serrate Denarius, Roma, 83-82 BC. (AR 4,1 g). Laureate head of Jupiter r.; behind, S C, below, control mark. // Q ANTO BALB; in exergue: PR. Victory on quadriga r. holding palm branch and wreath. Craw. 364/1b; BMCRR Rome 2730. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

366. Sextans, Roma, 225-217 BC. (AE 45,1 g). Head of Mercury l.; below, two pellets. // Prow r.; below, two pellets. Craw. 35/5; BMCRR 63. VF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/300

Gens Aemilia

370. Denarius, Roma, 83-82 BC. (AR 3,7 g). S C. Laureate head of Jupiter r., below, N with dot. Dotted border. // Q ANTO BALB P R in exergue. Victory in quadriga r. holding palm branch and wreath. Dotted border. Craw. 364/1b; BMCRR Rome 2737. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

Gens Aquillia

367. M. Aemilius Scaurus (58 BC). Denarius, Roma, 58 BC. (AR 3,8 g). M SCAVR AED CVR EX S C, in exergue: REX ARETAS. Camel r. with kneeling figure in front, holding reins and olive branch. // P HVPSAE AED CVR CAPTVM, in exergue: C HVPSAE COS PREIVE. Jupiter on quadriga l. throwing thunderbolt with r. hand. Under horses, a scorpion. Craw. 422/1b. VF+ Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

This coin celebrates the surrender of King Aretas of Nabataea to Aemilius Scaurus when he was Governor of Syria.

371. Mn. Aquillius. (71 BC). Serrate Denarius, Roma, 71 BC. (AR 4,0 g). VIRTVS III VIR. Helmeted bust of Virtus r. // MN F MN N MN AQVIL, SICIL in exergue. Warrior raising woman (Sicily?) at l. Craw. 401/1; BMCRR Rome 3364. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120 53

Gens Caecilia

Gens Cassia

372. C. Caecilius Metellus Caprarius (125 BC). Denarius, Roma, 125 BC. (AR 3,9 g). ROMA. Helmeted head of Roma r.; mark in front. // C METELLVS in exergue. Jupiter on biga of elephants l., crowned by flying Victory. Craw. 269/1; BMCRR Rome 1180. about EF Starting Price e240 Estimate e300/350

376. C. Cassius (126 BC). Denarius, Roma, 126 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Helemted head of Roma r., urn and mark behind. // C CASSI, ROMA in exergue. Libertas on quadriga r. holding pileus. Craw. 266/1; BMCRR Rome 1032. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

373. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius (81 BC). Denarius, Northern Italy, 81 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Diademed head of Pietas r. In front, a stork. // IMPER in exergue. Jug and lituus within laurel wreath. Craw. 374/2; BMCRR Spain 47. about EF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

377. L. Cassius Q. f. Longinus (78 BC). Denarius, Roma, 78 BC. (AR 3,7 g). Head of Liber r. wearing ivy wreath; thyrsus behind. // L CASSI Q F. Head of Libera l. wearing vine wreath. Craw. 386/1; BMCRR Rome 3152. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

Gens Calpurnia

374. Publius Calpurnius (133 BC). Denarius, Roma, 133 BC. (AR 4,0 g). Helmeted head of Roma r.; star behind. // P CALP; ROMA in exergue. Goddess on biga r. crowned by flying Victory. Craw. 247/1; BMCRR Rome 968. Beautiful patina Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250

378. L. Cassius Longinus (63 BC). Denarius, Roma, 63 BC. (AR 4,0 g). Veiled head of Vesta l. with kylix behind; below, mark. // LONGIN III V. Voter l. dropping tablet into cista. Craw. 413/1; BMCRR Rome 3931. VF+ Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

Gens Carisia

379. Denarius, Roma, 63 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Veiled head of Vesta l. with kylix behind; below, mark. // LONGIN III V. Voter l. dropping tablet into cista. Craw. 413/1; BMCRR Rome 3931. VF Starting Price e48 Estimate e60/80

375. T. Carisius (46 BC), Denarius, Roma, 46 BC. (AR 4,2 g). Head of the Aphrodisian Sibyl r. // CARISIVS, in exergue: III VIR. Sphinx r. Craw. 464/1; BMCRR Rome 4060. about EF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200 54

Gens Cornelia

380. Q. Cassius Longinus (55 BC). Denarius, Roma, 55 BC. (AR 3,7 g). LIBERT Q CASSIVS. Head of Libertas r. // Temple of Vesta with curule chair within; at l. an urn, at r. a tablet inscribed AC. Craw. 428/2; BMCRR Rome 3873. about EF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

384. Cn. Cornelius Blasio. (112-111 BC). Denarius, Roma, 112-111 BC. (AR 3,8 g). CN BLASIO CN F. Helmeted head of Mars r.; star above and palm behind. // ROMA in exergue. Jupiter standing facing between Juno and Minerva, who is crowning him. Monogram in the field. Craw. 296/1h; BMCRR Italy 631. VF+ Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

381. Denarius, Roma, 55 BC. (AR 3,7 g). Head of Genius Populi Romani r.; behind, sceptre. // Q CASSIVS in exergue. Eagle on thunderbolt r.; at l. lituus, at r. a jug. Craw. 428/3; BMCRR Rome 3868. about EF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

385. Cn. Cornelius Lentulus Clodianus (88 BC). Denarius, Roma, 88 BC. (AR 3,6 g). Helmeted bust of Mars seen from behind. // CN LENTVL. Victory on biga r. holding wreath. Craw. 345/1; BMCRR Rome 2440. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

Gens Claudia Gens Crepusia

382. Ti. Claudius Nero (79 BC). Serrate Denarius, Roma, 79 BC. (AR 3,7 g). Bust of Diana r. with bow and quiver over shoulder; in front, S C. // TI CLAVD TI F AP N in exergue. Victory on biga r. holding palm branch and wreath. Below the horses, mark. Craw. 383/1; BMCRR Rome 3097. VF Starting Price e48 Estimate e60/80

386. Pub. Crepusius (82 BC). Denarius, Roma, 82 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Laureate head of Apollo r.; behind, sceptre and mark N, in front, symbol. // P CREPVSI in exergue. Horseman r. with spear. Behind, number. Craw. 361/1c; BMCRR Rome 2673. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

Gens Coelia

Gens Fabia

383. C. Coelius Caldus (104 BC). Denarius, Roma, 104 BC. (AR 4,0 g). Helmeted head of Roma l. // CALD. Victory on biga l. In exergue, the mark B with one pellet. Craw. 318/1b; BMCRR Rome 1463. about EF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200 55

387. Q. Fabius Labeo (124 BC). Denarius, Roma, 124 BC. (AR 3,8 g). ROMA LABEO. Helmeted head of Roma r.; X below. // Q FABI in exergue. Jupiter on quadriga r. holding sceptre and thunderbolt. Under, rostrum. Craw. 273/1; BMCRR Italy 494. VF Starting Price e48 Estimate e60/80

Gens Farsuleia

Gens Hosidia

388. L. Farsuleius Mensor (75 BC). Denarius, Roma, 75 BC. (AR 3,9 g). MENSOR SC. Bust of Libertas r.; behind, pileus and XLVIIII. // L FARSVLEI in exergue. Warrior on biga r. assists togate figure on l.; under, scorpion. Craw. 392/1a; BMCRR Rome 3306. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/150

392. C. Hosidius C. f. Geta (68 BC). Denarius, Roma, 68 BC. (AR 3,4 g). GETA III VIR. Bust of Diana r. with bow and quiver behind. // C HOSIDI C F. Boar r., wounded by spear and attacked by hound. Craw. 407/2; BMCRR Rome 3388. about VF Starting Price e40 Estimate e50/60

Gens Hostilia Gens Fonteia

389. P. Fonteius P. f. Capito (55 BC). Denarius, Roma, 55 BC. (AR 3,9 g). P FONTEIVS P F CAPITO III VIR. Helmeted bust of Mars r. with trophy behind. // MV FONT MIL. Horseman thrusting spear at warrior below, who is about to drive sword through captive. Craw. 429/1; BMCRR Rome 3851. about EF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250

393. L. Hostilius Saserna (48 BC). Denarius, Roma, 48 BC. (AR 3,9 g). Head of Gallic warrior r., Gaulish shield behind. // L HOSTILIVS SASERN. Biga r. driven by charioteer with whip; behind, on the biga, a warrior with shield and spear. Craw. 448/2a; BMCRR Rome 3994. VF Starting Price e400 Estimate e500/600

Gens Furia

390. P. Furius Crassipes (84 BC). Denarius, Roma, 84 BC. (AR 4,0 g). AED CVR. Turreted head r.; behind, deformed foot upwards. // Curule chair inscribed P FOVRIVS; in exergue, CRASSIPES. Craw. 356/1a; BMCRR Rome 2604. VF Starting Price e48 Estimate e60/80

394. Denarius, Roma, 48 BC. (AR 4,0 g). Head of Gallia, a Gaulish trumpet behind. // L HOSTILIVS SASERNA. Diana facing, holding spear in l. hand and stag in r. Craw. 448/3; BMCRR Rome 3996. about EF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

Gens Junia

Gens Herennia

391. M. Herennius (108-107 BC). Denarius, Roma, 108-107 BC. (AR 3,8 g). PIETAS. Diademed head of Pietas r. // M HERENNI. A Catanaean brother moving r., carrying his father; mark at r. Craw. 308/1b; BMCRR Rome 1258. VF+ Starting Price e96 Estimate e120/150 56

395. Q. Caepio Brutus (54 BC). Denarius, Roma, 54 BC. (AR 3,7 g). BRVTVS. Head of L. Iunius Brutus r. // AHALA. Head of C. Servilius Ahala r. Craw. 433/2; BMCRR Rome 3864. EF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/350

This coin shows Brutus' admiration for his ancestors who were tyrannicides. Iunius Brutus was consul in the year 509 BC, when the Tarquins were expelled from Rome. Ahala slew Spurius Maelius in 439 BC on the grounds that he was plotting against the state.

Gens Livineia

396. L. Livineius Regulus (42 BC), Denarius, Roma, 42 BC. (AR 3,7 g). Head of L. Livineius Regulus r. // L REGVLVS in exergue. Scene of combat with wild beasts. Craw. 494/30; BMCRR Rome 4271. RR VF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

400. Denarius, Roma, 82 BC. (AR 4,0 g). Laureate head of Apollo r. // L CENSOR. Marsyas l. with r. arm raised and holding wineskin; behind, column with statue. Craw. 363/1d; BMCRR Rome 2657. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

Gens Lollia

397. Lollius Palicanus (45 BC), Denarius, Roma, 45 BC. (AR 3,8 g). LIBERTATI. Head of Libertas r. // PALIKANVS. Rostra surmounted by a sella. Craw. 473/1; BMCRR Rome 4011. about EF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250

401. L. Marcius Philippus (56 BC). Denarius, Roma, 56 BC. (AR 3,9 g). ANCVS. Diademed head of Ancus Marcius r.; behind, lituus. // PHILIPPVS AQVA MRC. Equestrian statue r. on the Marcian aqueduct; under horse, a flower. Craw. 425/1; BMCRR Rome 3890. about EF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

Gens Lucretia

Gens Memmia

398. L. Lucretius Trio (76 BC). Denarius, Roma, 76 BC. (AR 3,3 g). Head of Neptune r., trident and control number LXI behind. // L LVCRETI TRIO. Winged boy on dolphin r. Craw. 390/2; BMCRR Rome 3247. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

402. L. Memmius (109-108 BC). Denarius, Roma, 109-108 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Male head r. wearing oak wreath; mark under chin. // L MEMMI in exergue. Dioscuri standing facing between their horses. Craw. 304/1; BMCRR Italy 643. Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/180

Gens Marcia

Gens Minucia

399. L. Censorinus (82 BC). Denarius, Roma, 82 BC. (AR 4,2 g). Laureate head of Apollo r. // L CENSOR. Marsyas l. with r. arm raised and holding wine-skin; behind, column with statue. Craw. 363/1d; BMCRR Rome 2657. EF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300 57

403. Q. Thermus M. f. (103 BC). Denarius, Roma, 103 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Helmeted head of Mars l. // Q THERM MF in exergue. Roman soldier fighting barbarian to protect fallen comrade. Craw. 319/1; BMCRR Italy 653. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

Gens Mussidia

Gens Pompeia

404. L. Mussidius Longus (42 BC), Denarius, Roma, 42 BC. (AR 3,8 g). CONCORDIA. Head of Concordia wearing veil r. // L MVSSIDIVS LONGVS. Shrine of Venus Cloacina inscribed CLOACIN. Craw. 494/42a; BMCRR Rome 4242. VF+ Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

408. Sex. Pompeius Fostlus (137 BC). Denarius, Roma, 137 BC. (AR 3,7 g). Helmeted head of Roma r. with X in front. // SEX POM, in exergue: ROMA. She wolf feeding twins r.; behind: ficus Ruminalis with woodpecker and Faustulus at l. Craw. 235/1; BMCRR Rome 926. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

Gens Plaetoria

Gens Pomponia

405. M. Plaetorius m. f. Cestianus (67 BC). Denarius, Roma, 67 BC. (AR 3,8 g). CESTIANVS S C. Helmeted bust of female divinity r. ; mark below. // M PLAETORIVS M F AED CVR. Eagle on thunderbolt looking l. Craw. 409/1; BMCRR Rome 3596. about EF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

409. Q. Pomponius Musa (66 BC). Denarius, Roma, 66 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Head of Apollo r.; behind, a sandal. // Q POMPONI MVSA. Thalia, l., holding comic mask and crook. Craw. 410/9a; Bab. 21. VF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

Thalia is the Muse of comedy.

Gens Plautia

Gens Postumia

406. L. Plautius Plancus (47 BC), Denarius, Roma, 47 BC. (AR 3,5 g). L PLAVTIVS. Head of Medusa facing. // PLANCVS. Victory moving r. conducting four horses. Craw. 453/1; BMCRR Rome 4004. VF+ Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250

Gens Poblicia

410. A. Postumius Albinus (81 BC). Serrate Denarius, Roma, 81 BC. (AR 3,3 g). HISPAN. Head of Hispania r. // A POST A F S N ALBIN. Togate figure standing l. between legionary eagle and fasces. Craw. 372/2; BMCRR Rome 2839. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

407. C. Poblicius (80 BC). Serrate Denarius, Roma, 80 BC. (AR 3,8 g). ROMA. Helmeted bust of Roma r. Above, the mark P. // C POBLICI Q F. Hercules l. strangling the Nemean lion; club at his feet, bow and arrows in case at l. The mark P above. Craw. 380/1; BMCRR Rome 2896. EF Starting Price e240 Estimate e300/350 58

411. Albinus Bruti f. (48 BC). Denarius, Roma, 48 BC. (AR 4,0 g). Helmeted head of Mars with slight beard. // ALBINVS BRVTI F. Two Gaulish trumpets in saltire; oval shield above, round shield below. Craw. 450/1a; BMCRR Rome 3962. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

Gens Sicinia

412. Denarius, Roma, 48 BC. (AR 3,7 g). A POSTVMIVS COS. Head of A. Postumius r. // ALBINVS BRVTI F within wreath of corn-ears. Craw. 450/3a; BMCRR Rome 3966. VF+ Starting Price e240 Estimate e300/350

Gens Rubria

416. Q. Sicinius (49 BC). Denarius, mint moving with Pompey, 49 BC. (AR 4,0 g). Q SICINIVS III VIR. Head of Apollo r.; below, a star. // C COPONIVS PR SC. Club upright with lion's skin hanging; at l., an arrow, at r. a bow. Craw. 444/1a; BMCRR Rome 3966. about EF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

Gens Sulpicia

413. L. Rubrius Dossenus (87 BC). Denarius, Roma, 87 BC. (AR 3,8 g). DOSSEN. Lauerate head of Jupiter r.; behind, sceptre. // L. RVBRI in exergue. Triumphal quadriga r.; above, Victory with wreath. Craw. 348/1; BMCRR Rome 2448. VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

Gens Scribonia

417. P. Galba (69 BC). Denarius, Roma, 69 BC. (AR 3,7 g). Veiled head of Vesta r.; behind, S C. // AE CVR, in exergue: P GALB. Knife, simpulum and ornamented axe. Craw. 406/1; BMCRR Rome 3516. VF+ Starting Price e96 Estimate e120/150

Gens Titia

414. L. Scribonius Libo (62 BC). Denarius, Roma, 62 BC. (AR 4,1 g). LIBO BON EVENT. Head of Bonus Eventus r. // PVTEAL SCRIBON. Puteal Scribonianum decorated with garland and two lyres; at base, hammer. Craw. 416/1a; BMCRR Rome 3377. EF+ Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

Gens Sergia

418. Q. Titius (90 BC). Denarius, Roma, 90 BC. (AR 4,0 g). Bearded head r. with winged diadem. // Q TITI in frame. Pegasus r. Craw. 341/1; BMCRR Rome 2220. about EF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

415. M. Sergius Silus (116/115 BC). Denarius, Roma, 116/115 BC. (AR 4,0 g). ROMA EX S C. Helmeted head of Roma r.; mark behind. // Q M SERGI, in exergue: SILVS. Horseman l., holding sword and severed head. Craw. 286/1; BMCRR Italy 512. about VF Starting Price e96 Estimate e120/150 59

419. Denarius, Roma, 90 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Bearded head r. with winged diadem. // Q TITI in frame. Pegasus r. Craw. 341/1; BMCRR Rome 2220. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

420. Quinarius, Roma, 90 BC. (AR 2,1 g). Bust of Victory r. // Q TITI. Pegasus r. Craw. 341/3; BMCRR Rome 2229. VF Starting Price e40 Estimate e50/60 424. Denarius, Roma, 90 BC. (AR 3,8 g). PANSA. Laureate head of Apollo; mark under chin. // C VIBIVS C F. Minerva on quadriga r. Craw. 342/5b; BMCRR Rome 2244. VF+ Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/150

Gens Valeria

421. L. Valerius Flaccus (108-107 BC). Denarius, Roma, 108107 BC. (AR 3,8 g). Bust of Victory r.; mark under chin. // L VALERI FLACCI. Mars moving l. holding spear and trophy. In front, flamen's cap; behind, ear of corn. Craw. 306/1; BMCRR Italy 647. EF Starting Price e240 Estimate e300/350

425. Denarius, Roma, 90 BC. (AR 4,0 g). PANSA. Laureate head of Apollo r. // C VIBIVS C F. Minerva on quadriga r. Craw. 342/ 5b; BMCRR Rome 2244. VF+ Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

422. C. Valerius Flaccus (82 BC). Denarius, Massalia, 82 BC. (AR 3,7 g). Draped bust of Victory r.; behind, control letter. // C VAL FLA IMPERAT EX S C. Legionary eagle between two standards inscribed H and P. Craw. 365/1b; BMCRR Gaul 13. VF+ Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

The reverse celebrates two cohorts, hastati and principes, that accompanied Flaccus to Spain and Gaul.

426. C. Vibius Pansa Caetronianus (48 BC). Denarius, Roma, 48 BC. (AR 3,5 g). PANSA. Mask of bearded Pan r. // C VIBIVS C F C N IOVIS AXVR. Jupiter seated l. holding patera in r. hand and sceptre in l. Craw. 449/1a; BMCRR Rome 3978. EF+ Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/300

Gens Vibia

427. C. Vibius Varus (42 BC), Denarius, Roma, 42 BC. (AR 3,9 g). Head of Bacchus r. wearing wreath of ivy and grapes. // VARVS, in exergue: C VIBIVS. Panther springing l. to garlanded altar with mask and thyrsus. Craw. 494/36; BMCRR Rome 4295. about EF Starting Price e128 Estimate e160/200

423. C. Vibius C. f. Pansa (90 BC). Denarius, Roma, 90 BC. (AR 4,0 g). PANSA. Laureate head of Apollo; number under chin. // C VIBIVS C F. Minerva on quadriga r. Craw. 342/5b; BMCRR Rome 2244. about EF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200 60

Gens Volteia

Mark Anthony

(43-30 BC)

428. M. Volteius M. f. (78 BC). Denarius, Roma, 78 BC. (AR 3,4 g). Head of Liber r. wearing ivy wreath. // M VOLTEI M F in exergue. Ceres in biga of snakes r. holding torch in each hand; behind, an axe. Craw. 385/3; BMCRR Rome 3160. VF Starting Price e48 Estimate e60/80

432. Denarius, Itinerant mint, 38 BC. (AR 3,5 g). M ANTONIVS M F M N AVGVR IMP TETR. Mark Anthony, togate and with veil, standing r. holding lituus. // III VIR R P C COS DESIG ITER ET TERT. Radiate head of Sol r. Craw. 533/2; BMCRR East 141. VF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

Roman Imperatorial

C. Iulius Caesar

(died in 44 BC)

433. Denarius, Itinerant mint, 32-31 BC. (AR 3,2 g). ANT AVG III VIR R P C. Galley r., mast with banners at prow. // LEG XX. Legionary eagle between two standards. Craw. 544/36; BMCRR East 215. VF Starting Price e56 Estimate e70/100

Pompey the Great

429. Aureus, Roma, 46 BC. (AV 8,0 g). C CAESAR COS TER. Veiled female head r. // A HIRTIVS PR. Lituus, jug and axe. Craw. 466/1; BMCRR Rome 4050. VF Starting Price e800 Estimate e1000/1200

(died in 48 BC)

430. Denarius, Itinerant mint, 49-48 BC. (AR 3,9 g). Pontifical emblems, culullus, aspergillum, axe and apex. // CAESAR in exergue. Elephant r. trampling serpent. Craw. 443/1; BMCRR Gaul 27. EF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

434. Denarius, Spain, 46-45 BC. (AR 3,7 g). M POBLICI LEG PRO PR. Helmeted head of Roma r. // CN MAGNVS IMP. Hispania, at l., presenting a palm to Pompey at r. who is alighting from prow. Craw. 469/1a; BMCRR Spain 72. about EF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/350

Roman Empire

Augustus

(27 BC-14 AD)

431. Denarius, Roma, 44 BC. (AR 3,5 g). CAESAR PARENS PATRIAE. Wreathed and veiled head of Julius Caesar r. with lituus in front and apex behind. // C COSSVTIVS and MARIDIANVS arranged in cross, A A A F F in the angles. Craw. 480/19; BMCRR Rome 4187. R VF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300 61

435. Denarius, Italy, uncertain mint, 29-27 BC. (AR 3,7 g). Victory, standing r. on prow, holding palm and wreath. // IMP CAESAR. Octavianus, standing in quadriga r., holding branch and reins. RIC I (Revised Edition) 264; BMC 617. VF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

436. Denarius, Italy, uncertain mint, 29-27 BC. (AR 3,5 g ). Laureate head of Apollo r. // IMP CAESAR. Octavianus, veiled and laureate, ploughing with yoke of oxen r., holding whip. RIC I (Revised Edition) 272; BMC 638. VF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

440. Tetradrachm, Syria, Antioch, 1 BC-1AD. (AR 15,3 g). . Laureate head r. // . In field, letters and momogram. The Tyche of Antioch, seated r. on rock, holding palm; at her feet, rivergod Orontes swimming. BMC p. 168, 144. VF+ Starting Price e320 Estimate e400/500

437. Denarius, Spain, 19-18 BC. (AR 4,0 g). CAESAR AVGVSTVS. Head l., oak-wreated. // DIVVS IVLIVS. Eight rayed star. RIC I (Revised Edition) 38b; BMC 328. about VF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250 441. Sestertius, Roma 18 BC. (AE 25,2 g). OB CIVIS SERVATOS within oak wreath flanked by two laurel branches. // T QVINCTIVS CRISPINVS III VIR AAA FF around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 327; BMC 181. VF+/VF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/300

438. Denarius, Lugdunum, 15-13 BC. (AR 3,8 g). AVGVSTVS DIVI F. Bare head r. // IMP X. Butting bull r. RIC I (Revised Edition) 167a; BMC 451. about EF Starting Price e240 Estimate e300/350

442. Sestertius, Roma 16 BC. (AE 22,6 g). OB CIVIS SERVATOS within oak wreath flanked by two laurel branches. // C ASINIVS C F GALLVS III VIR AAA FF around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 370. VF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

439. Denarius, Roma, 2 BC­4 AD. (AR 3,8 g). CAESAR AVGVSTVS DIVI F PATER PATRIAE. Laureate head r. // C L CAESARES AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IVVENT. Gaius and Lucius Caesar standing to front, each togate and resting hand on shield; behind, spears, above, simpulum and lituus. RIC I (Revised Edition) 207; BMC 533. VF+ Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300 62

443. Sestertius, Roma, 27 BC­14 AD. (AE 21,6 g). OB CIVIS SERVATOS within oak wreath flanked by two laurel branches // M SANQVINIVS Q F III VIR AAA FF around large S C. Cohen 520; Cayon 17; not in RIC. about VF/VF Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/150

446. Sestertius, struck under Tiberius, Roma, 34-35. (AE 26,0 g). Without inscription. Hexastyle temple with flanking wings; Concordia seated within, r. hand holding patera, l. cornucopia; Hercules and Mercury stand on flanking podia; Jupiter, Juno, Minerva, Victory and other figures above pediment. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXXVI round large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 61; BMC 116. R about VF Starting Price e96 Estimate e120/150

444. Sestertius, struck under Tiberius, Roma, 21-22. (AE 25,1 g). DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER. Augustus radiate, seated l., feet on stool, holding laurel branch in r. hand and long sceptre in l.; altar in front. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXIIII around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 49; BMC 74. VF+ Starting Price e240 Estimate e300/350 447. Sestertius, struck under Tiberius, Roma, 35-36. (AE 25,3 g). DIVO AVGVSTO S P Q R. Quadriga of elephants l. with riders; Augustus radiate seated l. on throne in the car, holding laurel branch and long sceptre. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXXVII around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 62; BMC 108. VF+ Starting Price e560 Estimate e700/800

445. Sestertius, struck under Tiberius, Roma, 34-35. (AE 26.7 g). DIVO AVGVSTO S P Q R. Quadriga of elephants l. with riders; Augustus radiate seated l. on throne in the car, holding laurel branch and long sceptre. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXXVI around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 56; BMC 102. VF+ Starting Price e560 Estimate e700/900

448. Sestertius, restitutio of Titus, Roma, 80-81. (AE 27,4 g). DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER. Augustus radiate, seated l., feet on stool, holding laurel branch in r. hand and long sceptre in l.; altar in front. // IMP T CAES DIVI VESP F AVG P M TR P PP COS VIII around large S C; REST, above. RIC II, 184; Cohen, 560. VF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/180 63

449. Dupondius, Roma, 17 BC. (AE 13,5 g). AVGVSTVS TRIBVNIC POTEST, on three lines within oak wreath. // P STOLO III VIR A A A F F. Large SC in the centre. RIC I (Revised Edition) 347. VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

453. Semis, Colonia Patricia, circa 12 BC. (AE 5,3 g). PERM CAES AVG. Bare head l. // COLONIA PATRICIA. Apex and simpulum. Villaronga 266, 1004. VF Starting Price e48 Estimate e60/80

450. Dupondius, Nemausus, 20-10 BC. (AE 18,0 g). IMP DIV F. Laureate head of Agrippa, at l., and of Augustus, at r., bare, back to back. // COL NEM. Palm-shoot, its tip to r., in front, crocodile; above, wreath. RIC I (Revised Edition) 154. about VF Starting Price e240 Estimate e300/400

454. Bronze, Emerita, no date. (AE 21,2 g). PERMISSV CAESARIS AVGVSTI. Facing head of Silenus, amphora pouring in front; all within wreath. // EMERIT PERMISSV CAESARIS AVGVSTI. Camp gate. RPC I, 10. RRR VF Starting Price e560 Estimate e700/800

451. As, Roma, 7 BC. (AE 11,6 g). CAESAR AVGVST PONT MAX TRIBVNIC POT. Bare head r. // M MAECILIVS TVLLVS III VIR AAAFF around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 435. F Starting Price e80 Estimate e100/120

455. Bronze, Romula, after 14. (AE 26,3 g). PERM DIVI AVG COL ROM. Radiate head r.; star above, thunderbolt in front. // IVLIA AVGVSTA GENETRIX ORBIS. Laureate head of Livia l., crescent above. RPC I, 73. RR VF+ Starting Price e640 Estimate e800/1000

452. As, Nemausus, 10 BC-10 AD. (AE 13,0 g). IMP DIV F. Laureate head of Agrippa, at l., and Augustus, at r., back to back. // COL NEM. Palm-shoot, its tip to r., in front, crocodile; above, wreath. RIC I (Revised Edition) 158. F Starting Price e144 Estimate e180/200 64

Livia

wife of Augustus (died in 29)

456. Sestertius, struck under Tiberius, Roma, 21-22. (AE 27,2 g). S P Q R IVLIAE AVGVST. Carpentum drawn r. by two mules. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXIIII around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 51; BMC 76. about VF/VF Starting Price e144 Estimate e180/200

459. Sestertius, struck under Tiberius, Roma, 21-22. (AE 25,6 g). S P Q R IVLIAE AVGVST. Carpentum drawn r. by two mules. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXIIII around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 51; BMC 76. about VF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250

Agrippa

(died in 12 BC)

457. Sestertius, struck under Tiberius, Roma, 21-22. (AE 26,4 g). S P Q R IVLIAE AVGVST. Carpentum drawn r. by two mules. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXIIII around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 51; BMC 76. VF/about VF Starting Price e96 Estimate e120/150

460. As, Roma, struck under Gaius, 37-41. (AE 10,8 g). M AGRIPPA L F COS III. Agrippa head l., with rostral crown. // S C. Neptune, standing l., holding dolphin and trident. RIC I (Revised Edition) 58; BMC 161. VF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

Tiberius

(14-37)

458. Sestertius, struck under Tiberius, Roma, 21-22. (AE 25,3 g). S P Q R IVLIAE AVGVST. Carpentum drawn r. by two mules. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXIIII around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 51; BMC 76. VF/about VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

461. Aureus, Lugdunum, 14-37. (AV 7,7 g). TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS. Laureate head r. // PONTIF MAXIM. Female figure seated r. holding inverted spear and branch. RIC I (Revised Edition) 27; BMC 39. RR VF Starting Price e800 Estimate e1000/1200

462. Denarius, Roma, 36-37. (AR 3,7 g). TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS. Laureate head r. // PONTIF MAXIM. Female figure seated r., holding long sceptre and branch. RIC I (Revised Edition) 30; BMC 48. about EF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250 65

463. Sestertius, Lugdunum, 9-14. (AE 23,5 g). TI CAESAR AVGVSTI F IMPERATOR V. Bare head of Tiberius as Caesar l. // ROM ET AVG. Front elevation of the Altar of Lyons, decorated with the corona civica between laurels; to l. and r., Victories on column, facing one another. RIC I (Revised Edition) 240. RRR VF+ Starting Price e2000 Estimate e2500/3000

466. Sestertius, Roma, 36-37. (AE 26,4 g). Empty horse drawn quadriga r. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXXIIX around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 60; BMC 113. VF+/about EF Starting Price e96 Estimate e120/150

464. Sestertius, Roma, 21-22. (AE 27,1 g). CIVITATIBVS ASIAE RESTITVTIS. Tiberius laureate seated l., feet on stool, holding patera and sceptre. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXXIIII around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 48; BMC 70. about VF Starting Price e320 Estimate e400/500

467. Sestertius, restitutio of Titus, Roma, 80-81. (AE 27,0 g). CIVITATIBVS ASIAE RESTITVT. Tiberius, seated l. holding patera and sceptre. // IMP T CAES DIVI VESP F AVG P M TR P PP COS VI I around large S C; in the field, above, REST. RIC II, 210; Cohen 71. about VF/VF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250

465. Sestertius, Roma, 22-23. (AE 25,1 g).CIVITATIBVS ASIAE RESTITVTIS. Tiberius, laureate, seated l., feet on stool, holding patera and sceptre. // TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXIIII around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition), 48; BMC 70. about VF Starting Price e96 Estimate e120/150

468. As, Roma, 35-36. (AE 11,3 g). TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VIII. Laureate head l. // PONTIF MAX TR POT XXXVII S C. Rudder placed vertically across banded globe; small globe at base of rudder. RIC I (Revised Edition) 58; BMC 117. about VF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

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Drusus

son of Tiberius (died in 23)

469. As, Roma, 21-22. (AE 10,9 g). TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VIII. Bare head of Drusus l. // PONTIF TRIBVN POTEST ITER around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 45; BMC 99. about VF Starting Price e64 Estimate e80/100

472. Sestertius, Roma, 37-38. (AE 24,8 g). C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS P M TR POT PIETAS. Pietas seated l., holding patera, l. arm resting on small facing figure draped. // DIVO AVG S C. Hexastyle temple surmounted by quadriga. In front, veiled Caligula pours the contents of patera on altar. At l. youth holds bull, to r. another holds patera. RIC I (Revised Edition) 36; BMC 41. VF/about VF Starting Price e96 Estimate e120/150

Caligula

(37-41)

473. Sestertius, Roma, 37-38. (AE 26,9 g). C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT. Laureate head l. // S P Q R P P OB CIVES SERVATOS within oak wreath. RIC I (Revised Edition) 37; BMC 38. VF/VF+ Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

470. Sestertius, Roma, 37-38. (AE 22,7 g). C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT. Laureate head l. // ADLOCVT COH. Emperor standing l. on platform before five soldiers. RIC I (Revised Edition) 32; BMC 33. R about VF Starting Price e200 Estimate e250/300

474. As, Hispania, 37-41. (AE 12,6 g). G CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS IMP. Laureate head l. // LICINIANO ET GERMANO II VIR C C A. Veiled figure r., ploughing with bulls. Cohen 43 var. about VF Starting Price e48 Estimate e60/80

471. Sestertius, Roma, 37-38. (AE 25,6 g). C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT. Laureate head l. // AGRIPPINA DRVSILLA IVLIA S C. Caligula's three sisters standing facing. RIC I (Revised Edition) 33; BMC 37. VF+/about VF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250 67

Agrippina

mother of Caligula (died in 33)

475. Sestertius, Roma, undated. (AE 26,0 g). AGRIPPINA M F MAT C CAESARIS AVGVSTI. Draped bust of Agrippina r. // S P Q R MEMORIAE AGRIPPINAE. Carpentum drawn l. by two mules. RIC I (Revised Edition) 55; BMC 85. VF+ Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250

478. Sestertius, Roma, 41-50. (AE 28,6 g). TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP. Laureate head r. // EX S C OB CIVES SERVATOS within oak wreath. RIC I (Revised Edition) 96; Cohen 39. VF+ Starting Price e400 Estimate e500/700

479. Sestertius, Roma, circa 41-50. (AE 26,6 g). TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP. Laureate head r. // EX S C OB CIVES SERVATOS within oak wreath. RIC I (Revised Edition) 96; BMC 115. VF Starting Price e160 Estimate e200/250 476. Sestertius, Roma, 42. (AE 26,0 g). AGRIPPINA M F GERMANICI CAESARIS. Draped bust of Agrippina r. // TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM P M TR P IMP P P. around large S C. RIC I (Revised Edition) 102; BMC 219. VF/VF+ Starting Price e240 Estimate e300/350

Claudius

(41-54)

480. Sestertius, Roma, circa 41-50. (AE 26,9 g). TI CLAVDIVS CAESAR AVG P M TR P IMP. Laureate head r. // EX S C OB CIVES SERVATOS within oak wreath. RIC I (Revised Edition) 96; BMC 115. about VF Starting Price e120 Estimate e150/200

477. Aureus, Roma, 41-42. (AV 7,7 g). TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P. Laureate head r. // PACI AVGVSTAE. Winged Pax-Nemesis r., holding caduceus; at feet, snake. RIC I (Revised Edition) 9: BMC 6. about EF Starting Price e1600 Estimate e2000/2500

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