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Attribution: RIC IV 101 Rome|
Date: AD 200-202
Obverse: P SEPT GETA - CAES PONT, draped bust right
Reverse: VIC-T AETE-R-N, Victory advancing left carrying laurel crown, shield before
Weight: 3.82 grams
Description: deeply toned XF
Attribution: MNIS 377-378|
Date: AD 810-850
Obverse: Bust of king right, DA
Reverse: Fire altar with two attendants
Weight: 3.91 grams
Description: crude VF. Ex Bill Spengler collection with his paper envelope.
William “Bill” F Spengler (1923-2005) served as a Foreign Service Officer in Thailand, Norway, Pakistan and Afghanistan. During WWII, he served as a code breaker in the U.S. Army, joined the Department of State in 1950 and retired as Consul General in Lahore, Pakistan in 1976. In Kabul in the 1960s, he found interest in the ancient coins from the region and became one of the foremost authorities on the peoples who had passed through the area through the centuries. This interest in numismatics and history influenced the rest of his life. He published numerous articles, contributed and edited catalogs on world coins and co-authored two books on the Turkomans.
Attribution: D&T 3189 var.|
Date: 80-50 BC
Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma left
Reverse: KAΛ-E-ΔO-Y, horse galloping left
Weight: 1.91 grams
Description: toned VF.
Attribution: RIC IV 4 Rome|
Date: AD 238
Obverse: IMP CAES M ANT GORDIANVS AVG, radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right
Reverse: PROVIDENTIA AVG, Providentia standing left, holding globe and scepter
Weight: 3.96 grams
Description: VF. First year of reign issue.
Date: 3rd to 4th Century AD|
Obverse: Bust right
Reverse: Soldier spearing fallen horseman
Weight: .83 grams
Description: An interesting imitative bronze created by local authorities across the Roman provinces and surrounding territories. Many of these are found in France and England