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DESCRIPTION (Sear or New Sear = Sear RCV; RSC = Seaby Silver Coins Volumes 1-5)

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Galba; 68 A.D., AR Denarius; very worn detecting find from rare Emperor; some legends visible plus portrait; cheap space filler.

OBV: ‘IMP.SER.GALBA AVG.’; REV: ‘S.P.Q.R.OB.C.S.’; within wreath; (RSC2-287); Devon

 

Good

 

RS2872

 

Sold

 

Hadrian; 117-138 A.D., AR Denarius; very light toning both sides but otherwise in nice clear condition with full legends.

OBV: ‘HADRIANVS AVG.COS.III.P.P.’; REV: ‘FORTVNAE REVCI.’; Fortuna seated holding rudder; (RSC2-782a)

 

VF

 

RS2882

 

45.00

Antoninus Pius; 138-161 A.D., AR Denarius; old collector’s ticket ;very attractive tone with bold features & almost clear legends. OBV: ‘ANTONINVS AVG.PIVS P.P.’; REV: ‘LIB.IIII. (in ex) TR.POT.COS.IIII.’; Liberalitas holding vexillum; (RSC2-490)

 

VF

 

RS2825

 

40.00

Antoninus Pius; 138-161 A.D., AR Denarius; collector’s ticket;  slightly smaller flan with nice obverse toning; reverse weaker. OBV: ‘ANTONINVS AVG.PIVS P.P.TR.P.XVIIII.’; REV: ‘COS.IIII.’; Annona holding corn ears, modius behind; (RSC2-292)

NVF/GF

 

RS2789

 

30.00

 
Antoninus Pius; 138-161 A.D., AR Denarius; clear detail & legends if slightly weaker to reverse; clean silver. OBV: ‘ANTONINVS AVG.PIVS P.P.IMP.II.’; REV: ‘TR.POT.XXI.COS.IIII.’; Annona holding corn ears over modius, rudder on prow behind; (RSC2-1038) GF+/F+ RS2875 27.50

Lucius Verus; 161-169 A.D., AR Denarius; scarce Emperor; fair amount of wear though legends & detail mostly intact. OBV: ‘L.VERVS AVG.ARM.PARTH.MAX.’; REV: ‘TR.P.VIII.IMP.V.COS.III.’; Aequitas holding scales; (RSC2-316)

 

F/NF

 

RS2931

 

22.50

Maximus; c.237 A.D., AR Denarius; extremely rare Emperor; with very old ticket dated 2/2/1900; toning to obverse edge & all reverse; light surface marks from general wear; attractive. OBV: ‘MAXIMVS CAES.GERM.’; REV: ‘PRINC.IVVENTVTIS’; the Prince with two standards behind; (RSC3-10)

 

GF

 

RS2861

 

295.00

Maximinus I; 235-238 A.D., AR Denarius; old collection; evenly worn with clear features & legends; scarce Emperor.

OBV: ‘IMP.MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG.’; REV: ‘P.M.TR.P.P.P.’; Emperor standing between two standards; (RSC3-46)

 

GF

 

RS2778

 

32.50

 

Maximinus I; 235-238 A.D., AR Denarius; large flan with couple toning areas to edges; attractive & scarce Emperor.

OBV: ‘MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG.GERM.’; REV: ‘PROVIDENTIA AVG.’; Providence with globe at feet; (RSC3-75)

NVF/VF

 

RS2860

 

40.00



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