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Attribution: BMC 36|
Date: AD 198-217
Obverse: Laureate head right
Reverse: Turreted, veiled, and draped bust of Tyche right.
Weight: 2.15 grams
Description: VF, green-brown patina, some roughness
Attribution: RIC I 57 (Gaius) Rome mint.|
Date: AD 37-41
Obverse: GERMANICVS CAESAR, Germanicus driving triumphal quadriga right, holding eagle-tipped scepter and reins
Reverse: SIGNIS RECEPT DEVICTIS GERM, Germanicus standing left, raising hand and holding aquila
Weight: 15.65 grams
Description: VF, dark green patina, some roughness and cleaning marks.
From the WRG Collection. Ex Coin Galleries (22 August 1984), lot 243.
Attribution: Rogers 304. BCD Thessaly II 392.4|
Date: Late 4th-early 3rd centuries BC
Obverse: Head of the nymph Larissa left
Reverse: ΛAPIΣ/[AI]ΩN, horse standing right, preparing to lie down; Δ to right
Weight: 2.53 grams
Description: Good VF. Ex BCD Collection (CNG 96, 14 May 2014), lot 218 which realized $90.
Obverse: IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG, laureate head right
Reverse: View of bridge across river, showing commemorative marker to left, arms of Portugal with pair of keys; • NO • I •/• SECVLO • Ð • CRISTO/IMP • FLAVIO/VESPASIANO/CRIA AQVÆ/ • A FLAVIÆ above; • CHAVES •/• 1978 • in exergue. Edge: | – GRAVARTE · LISBOA · PORTUGAL
Weight: 125.30 grams
Description: Commemorating the 1900th Anniversary of the Roman Bridge of Chaves (Ponte de Trajano). By Gravarte, Lisbon, Portugal.
See http://www.gravarte.com/ (for company).
Choice EF, brown surfaces.
Because of the large size and weight of this medal, it can only be shipped within the US or via priority mail outside of the US.
Attribution: Haller 373. cf. Wunderly 896-7. Leu 35, lot 330|
Date: Struck circa 1680
Obverse: Garnished coat-of-arms, with two lions rampant combatant as supporters; above, S. P. Q. T. within wreath
Reverse: LEHR/GIBT · EHR (in teaching there is honor) in two lines; all within wreath, with ties above and below
Weight: 4.62 grams
Description: attractive VF, toned, remains of mount attached.