Jan 19 2018

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition

Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin. AV Solidus (4.17g). Antioch, IV Emperor stg. Here is your opportunity to own an Ancient Gold Coin from the Eastern Roman Empire that is in Excellent Condition, despite being well over 1,600 years old! The item “Eastern Roman Empire VALENS Solidus Ancient Gold Coin in XF Condition” is in sale since Sunday, December 31, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)”. The seller is “rambo1-gingin” and is located in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Ruler: Valens
  • Denomination: Solidus
  • Composition: Gold
  • Date: AD 364-378

Jan 19 2018

MARK ANTONY & OCTAVIA Augustus Sister SILVER Tetradrachm Ancient Roman Coin RARE

MARK ANTONY & OCTAVIA Augustus Sister SILVER Tetradrachm Ancient Roman Coin RARE

MARK ANTONY & OCTAVIA Augustus Sister SILVER Tetradrachm Ancient Roman Coin RARE

Mark Antony Mark Antony & His Wife Octavia (Sister of Augustus) Silver Cistophoric Tetradrachm 26mm (12.01 grams) 12h Ephesus mint, Summer-autumn 39 B. Reference: RPC I 2202; CRI 263; Sydenham 1198; RSC 3 Pedigree: From the Collection of a Director. Ex Sternberg VI (25 November 1976), lot 765. M ANTONIVS IMP COS DESIG ITER ET TERT, Conjoined busts of Antony, wearing ivy wreath, and Octavia, bareheaded and draped, right. III VIR R P C , Dionysus (Bacchus) standing left, holding cantharus and thyrsus, on cista between two snakes. This type was likely struck to commemorate the marriage between Mark Antony and Octavia (sister of Augustus). Provided with certificate of authenticity. CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC by Sergey Nechayev, PhD – Numismatic Expert. Octavia the Younger (69 BC – 11 BC), also known as Octavia Minor or simply Octavia , was the sister of the first Roman Emperor, Augustus (known also as Octavian), half-sister of Octavia the Elder, and fourth wife of Mark Antony. She was also the great-grandmother of the Emperor Caligula and Empress Agrippina the Younger, maternal grandmother of the Emperor Claudius, and paternal great-grandmother and maternal great-great grandmother of the Emperor Nero. One of the most prominent women in Roman history, Octavia was respected and admired by contemporaries for her loyalty, nobility and humanity, and for maintaining traditional Roman feminine virtues. Marcus Antonius , commonly known in English as Mark Antony (Latin: M·ANTONIVS·M·F·M·N)(January 14, 83 BC – August 1, 30 BC), was a Roman politician and general. As a military commander and administrator, he was an important supporter and loyal friend of his mother’s cousin Julius Caesar. After Caesar’s assassination, Antony formed an official political alliance with Octavian (the future Augustus) and Lepidus, known to historians today as the Second Triumvirate. The triumvirate broke up in 33 BC. Disagreement between Octavian and Antony erupted into civil war, the Final War of the Roman Republic, in 31 BC. Antony was defeated by Octavian at the naval Battle of Actium, and in a brief land battle at Alexandria. He and his lover Cleopatra committed suicide shortly thereafter. His career and defeat are significant in Rome’s transformation from Republic to Empire. The item “MARK ANTONY & OCTAVIA Augustus Sister SILVER Tetradrachm Ancient Roman Coin RARE” is in sale since Tuesday, May 23, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Republic (300 BC-27 BC)”. The seller is “victoram” and is located in Forest Hills, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Silver
  • Denomination: Denarius
  • Material: Silver
  • Era: Roman: Republic
  • Culture: Roman

Jan 18 2018

Ancient Greece Roman Bee Stag Coin 200 BC Eposes Attica Ionia Bronze Didrachm

Ancient Greece Roman Bee Stag Coin 200 BC Eposes Attica Ionia Bronze Didrachm

Ancient Greece Roman Bee Stag Coin 200 BC Eposes Attica Ionia Bronze Didrachm

Ancient Greece Roman Bee Stag Coin 200 BC Eposes Attica Ionia Bronze Didrachm

Ancient Greece Roman Bee Stag Coin 200 BC Eposes Attica Ionia Bronze Didrachm

Ancient Greece Roman Bee Stag Coin 200 BC Eposes Attica Ionia Bronze Didrachm

Ancient Greece Roman Bee Stag Coin 200 BC Eposes Attica Ionia Bronze Didrachm

We are not a coin store. To all you old coin treasure hunters, good luck guys. We hope you find the compounds you seek. Our trades are as-is (the sale is final). We include a less popular item with your package as a gift (we do that just encase you are not totally satisfied with the item pictured). Everything is authentic (it is a hobby term). We have asked you not to trade for this listing. We do not need to sell it; you do not need to own it. If Gold is Copper – or if Silver is Zinc Iron, we are sorry about that, we did not mean to trick you; we follow e-bay policy – we are concerned with our time, not with our heirlooms; warm homes would be great. If we do not smell a warm home, we will cancel the trade. W e do not know what anything is for certain because we are not scientists – neither do you, neither does a grader / or your local master-of-the-trade, that’s a scientific fact. This is just old stuff laying around that grandpa loved, (a lot) our heirlooms need new homes – There are no games here’ if you are not already satisfied please do not trade. Photos are usually taken in different shades of light to assist in your decision making. The item “Ancient Greece Roman Bee Stag Coin 200 BC Eposes Attica Ionia Bronze Didrachm” is in sale since Thursday, January 04, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Greek (450 BC-100 AD)”. The seller is “dbanyc” and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, Indonesia, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica.
  • Date: Ancient Europe
  • Composition: Bronze
  • Provenance: Ownership History Available
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Greece
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Denomination: Didrachm
  • Certification Number: Ancient Trade Coin – Greece 2000 + Years Old
  • Cleaned/Uncleaned: Cleaned
  • Certification: Excellent

Jan 18 2018

THEODOSIUS I the Great w labarum Big Ancient Roman Coin Chi-rho CHRIST i42379

THEODOSIUS I the Great w labarum Big Ancient Roman Coin Chi-rho CHRIST i42379

THEODOSIUS I the Great w labarum Big Ancient Roman Coin Chi-rho CHRIST i42379

Item: i42379 Authentic Ancient Coin of. Theodosius I – Roman Emperor: 379-395 A. Bronze AE2 21mm (5.21 grams) Antioch mint: 383-388 A. Reference: RIC IX Antioch 63c. DN THEODO-SIVS PF AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right VIRTVS E-XERCITI, Emperor standing right, holding labarum and globe, left foot on captive. Labarum of Constantine I, displaying the “Chi-Rho” symbol above. The labarum was a vexillum (military standard) that displayed the ” Chi-Rho ” symbol. Formed from the first two Greek letters of the word ” Christ ” Chi and Rho. It was first used by the Roman emperor Constantine I. Since the vexillum consisted of a flag suspended from the crossbar of a cross, it was ideally suited to symbolize the crucifixion of Christ. Later usage has sometimes regarded the terms “labarum” and “Chi-Rho” as synonyms. Ancient sources, however, draw an unambiguous distinction between the two. A coin of Constantine c. 337 showing a depiction of his labarum spearing a serpent. On the evening of October 27, 312, with his army preparing for the Battle of the Milvian Bridge , the emperor Constantine I claimed to have had a vision which led him to believe he was fighting under the protection of the Christian God. Lactantius states that, in the night before the battle, Constantine was commanded in a dream to “delineate the heavenly sign on the shields of his soldiers”. He obeyed and marked the shields with a sign “denoting Christ”. Lactantius describes that sign as a “staurogram”, or a Latin cross with its upper end rounded in a P-like fashion, rather than the better known Chi-Rho sign described by Eusebius of Caesarea. Thus, it had both the form of a cross and the monogram of Christ’s name from the formed letters “X” and “P”, the first letters of Christ’s name in Greek. From Eusebius, two accounts of a battle survive. The first, shorter one in the Ecclesiastical History leaves no doubt that God helped Constantine but doesn’t mention any vision. In his later Life of Constantine , Eusebius gives a detailed account of a vision and stresses that he had heard the story from the emperor himself. According to this version, Constantine with his army was marching somewhere (Eusebius doesn’t specify the actual location of the event, but it clearly isn’t in the camp at Rome) when he looked up to the sun and saw a cross of light above it, and with it the Greek words. The traditionally employed Latin translation of the Greek is in hoc signo vinces literally In this sign, you will conquer. ” However, a direct translation from the original Greek text of Eusebius into English gives the phrase “By this, conquer! At first he was unsure of the meaning of the apparition, but the following night he had a dream in which Christ explained to him that he should use the sign against his enemies. Eusebius then continues to describe the labarum, the military standard used by Constantine in his later wars against Licinius , showing the Chi-Rho sign. Those two accounts can hardly be reconciled with each other, though they have been merged in popular notion into Constantine seeing the Chi-Rho sign on the evening before the battle. Both authors agree that the sign was not readily understandable as denoting Christ, which corresponds with the fact that there is no certain evidence of the use of the letters chi and rho as a Christian sign before Constantine. Its first appearance is on a Constantinian silver coin from c. 317, which proves that Constantine did use the sign at that time, though not very prominently. He made extensive use of the Chi-Rho and the labarum only later in the conflict with Licinius. The vision has been interpreted in a solar context e. As a solar halo phenomenon, which would have been reshaped to fit with the Christian beliefs of the later Constantine. An alternate explanation of the intersecting celestial symbol has been advanced by George Latura, which claims that Plato’s visible god in Timaeus is in fact the intersection of the Milky Way and the Zodiacal Light, a rare apparition important to pagan beliefs that Christian bishops reinvented as a Christian symbol. Iconographic career under Constantine. Coin of Vetranio , a soldier is holding two labara. Interestingly they differ from the labarum of Constantine in having the Chi-Rho depicted on the cloth rather than above it, and in having their staves decorated with phalerae as were earlier Roman military unit standards. The emperor Honorius holding a variant of the labarum – the Latin phrase on the cloth means In the name of Christ [rendered by the Greek letters XPI] be ever victorious. Among a number of standards depicted on the Arch of Constantine , which was erected, largely with fragments from older monuments, just three years after the battle, the labarum does not appear. A grand opportunity for just the kind of political propaganda that the Arch otherwise was expressly built to present was missed. That is if Eusebius’ oath-confirmed account of Constantine’s sudden, vision-induced, conversion can be trusted. Many historians have argued that in the early years after the battle the emperor had not yet decided to give clear public support to Christianity, whether from a lack of personal faith or because of fear of religious friction. The arch’s inscription does say that the Emperor had saved the res publica. INSTINCTV DIVINITATIS MENTIS MAGNITVDINE. (“by greatness of mind and by instinct [or impulse] of divinity”). As with his predecessors, sun symbolism interpreted as representing Sol Invictus (the Unconquered Sun) or Helios , Apollo or Mithras is inscribed on his coinage, but in 325 and thereafter the coinage ceases to be explicitly pagan, and Sol Invictus disappears. In his Historia Ecclesiae Eusebius further reports that, after his victorious entry into Rome, Constantine had a statue of himself erected, holding the sign of the Savior [the cross] in his right hand. There are no other reports to confirm such a monument. Whether Constantine was the first Christian emperor supporting a peaceful transition to Christianity during his rule, or an undecided pagan believer until middle age, strongly influenced in his political-religious decisions by his Christian mother St. Helena , is still in dispute among historians. During the attack of Constantine’s troops at the Battle of Adrianople the guard of the labarum standard were directed to move it to any part of the field where his soldiers seemed to be faltering. Constantine felt that both Licinius and Arius were agents of Satan, and associated them with the serpent described in the Book of Revelation (12:9). Constantine represented Licinius as a snake on his coins. Eusebius stated that in addition to the singular labarum of Constantine, other similar standards (labara) were issued to the Roman army. This is confirmed by the two labara depicted being held by a soldier on a coin of Vetranio (illustrated) dating from 350. The Chi Rho is one of the earliest christograms used by Christians. It is formed by superimposing the first two letters in the Greek spelling of the word Christ (Greek :), chi = ch and rho = r, in such a way to produce the monogram. The Chi-Rho symbol was also used by pagan Greek scribes to mark, in the margin, a particularly valuable or relevant passage; the combined letters Chi and Rho standing for chrston, meaning good. Although not technically a cross, the Chi Rho invokes the crucifixion of Jesus as well as symbolizing his status as the Christ. There is early evidence of the Chi Rho symbol on Christian Rings of the third century. Was a vexillum (military standard) that displayed the ” Chi-Rho ” symbol, formed from the first two Greek letters of the word ” Christ ” Greek. Or Chi and Rho . Since the vexillum consisted of a flag suspended from the crossbar of a cross, it was ideally suited to symbolize crucifixion. The Chi-Rho symbol was also used by Greek scribes to mark, in the margin, a particularly valuable or relevant passage; the combined letters Chi and Rho standing for chrston, meaning good. Flavius Theodosius (11 January 347 17 January 395), also called Theodosius I and Theodosius the Great (Greek : and), was Roman Emperor from 379 to 395. Reuniting the eastern and western portions of the empire, Theodosius was the last emperor of both the Eastern and Western Roman Empire. After his death, the two parts split permanently. He is also known for making Nicene Christianity the official state religion of the Roman Empire. The item “THEODOSIUS I the Great w labarum Big Ancient Roman Coin Chi-rho CHRIST i42379″ is in sale since Saturday, August 23, 2014. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)”. The seller is “highrating_lowprice” and is located in Rego Park, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Ruler: Theodosius I

Jan 18 2018

Results Of Cleaning Ancient Roman Bronze Coins


Jan 17 2018

Ancient Roman Coin Found Treasure Metal Detecting Uk Scotland


Jan 17 2018

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold

Verkaufe wunderschöne 100% Originalle BULGARI Necklace Colier von Collection ” Monete “. Designer – Bulgari Collection – Monete Material – Gold 750 18 Karat Gold Auf die Schnur es gibt 4 massive echte 18K 750 er Gold Naggets. Pendant/Medallion – Bronze und 18K massive Gold. 25 mm in Diameter. 324 Länge von Collier – maximal ist approx. 70 cm, variable, mann kann die Länger anstellen. Gewicht – ungefair 22 Gramm (auf Briefwaage) Condition/Zustand – getragen, die Monete in gutem Zusatnd, die Lederschnur hat Gebrauchspuren sehe Builder. Hochwertige edel Leder Schnur mit eine Römische echte ANTIKE Münze “Coin” – Monete – von Jahr A. Umrammed mit dicke echte 750er Gold. Ich hatte gerade sorgfältig die Lederschnur angeschaut und mehrmals fotografiert – es ist Gebrauchspuren vorhanden und einige kleine Platze wo die Leder ganz wenig abgegangen hat, bei tragen absolutly nichts zu sehen. Mann kann via normalle Jewellier die Lederschnur bischen verjungen – es muss in Bereich e30-50 euro kosten. Oder bei Bulgari neue Bestellen – es muss ca e100 kosten, nicht mehr. Oder so zu tragen – sehe meine Builder. Aber, wie gesagt, es ist nicht bei tragen zu sehen (meine Meinung). Auf Medalion ist geschrieben Geraklia Licinus Aug. Verkauf von Privat, keine Garantie, Rücknahme Die von mir verwendeten Markennamen dienen nur zur Artikelbeschreibung. Farbabweichungen möglich, da jeder Bildschirm die Farben etwas anders darstellt. Ich versuche alle Artikel nach besten Wissen und Gewissen, mit allen mir nach sorgfältiger Prüfung aufgefallenden Mängeln zu beschreiben, sollte ich mal irgendetwas übersehen haben, setzen sie sich bitte mit mir in Verbindung. Ich bin sicher, das wir in so ein Fall eine Lösung finden werden. The item “BULGARI BVLGARI Ancient Coin Necklace Collier MONETE Roman Coin 18K 750 Gold” is in sale since Wednesday, December 20, 2017. This item is in the category “Uhren & Schmuck\Echtschmuck\Halsketten & Anhänger\Edelsteine”. The seller is “tasino8″ and is located in xxxxxxxx. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Metall: Gelbgold
  • Marke: Bulgari
  • Feingehalt: 18 Karat

Jan 17 2018

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams

Up for sale is this. VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams. Both the necklace and earrings are in great condition. I did notice one little ding on the backside of the necklace(will try to photograph). The earrings are clip on- and work as they should. The earrings are yellow gold and the necklace is yellow and white gold. Is hallmarked Italy AFR. There is a cabochon sapphire set by the clasp and a cabochon ruby set below the pendant on the necklace. The necklace is measuring approximately 20 inches. The earrings are approximately 1 inch round and hallmarked 14k with a makers stamp but its hard to make out. If you have any questions please feel free to message me. The item “VINTAGE ESTATE 14K GOLD ANCIENT ROMAN EMPIRE COIN NECKLACE & EARRINGS 67.9 grams” is in sale since Thursday, December 28, 2017. This item is in the category “Jewelry & Watches\Fine Jewelry\Fine Necklaces & Pendants\Gemstone”. The seller is “christophefraza0″ and is located in Trumbull, Connecticut. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia.
  • Main Stone Color: Gold
  • Secondary Stone: Diamond
  • Metal: Yellow Gold & White Gold
  • Theme: ANTIQUE COIN
  • Length (inches): 20
  • Brand: AFR

Jan 16 2018

TIME OF THE BIBLE WRITERS/ 17 Slabbed Ancient Roman Coin Lot/ BIBLICAL HISTORY

TIME OF THE BIBLE WRITERS/ 17 Slabbed Ancient Roman Coin Lot/ BIBLICAL HISTORY

TIME OF THE BIBLE WRITERS/ 17 Slabbed Ancient Roman Coin Lot/ BIBLICAL HISTORY

TIME OF THE BIBLE WRITERS/ 17 Slabbed Ancient Roman Coin Lot/ BIBLICAL HISTORY

TIME OF THE BIBLE WRITERS/ 17 Slabbed Ancient Roman Coin Lot/ BIBLICAL HISTORY

TIME OF THE BIBLE WRITERS/ 17 Slabbed Ancient Roman Coin Lot/ BIBLICAL HISTORY

17 Roman Coins / Various Caesars / Various Dates. Supplement your Ancient Book Collection or Ancient Pottery Collection with other Period Items, Such as these cleaned Roman Coins. Slabbed and Labeled with Date & Caesar. These can be framed or laid out next to Books & period correct Pottery. Complete the Museum look & feel of your collection with amazing period items. Much better than unlabeled, uncleaned coins that cannot be distinguished as a period proper coin. I encourage buyers to review the coins and ask questions, I will be as helpful as possible. Condition: Refer to Photos. The item “TIME OF THE BIBLE WRITERS/ 17 Slabbed Ancient Roman Coin Lot/ BIBLICAL HISTORY” is in sale since Tuesday, December 19, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Imperial (27 BC-476 AD)”. The seller is “trackntreecom” and is located in Florence, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Cleaned/Uncleaned: Cleaned

Jan 16 2018

Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius 101 BC Ref. 650

Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius 101 BC Ref. 650

Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius 101 BC Ref. 650

Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius 101 BC Ref. 650

Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius 101 BC Ref. 650

Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius 101 BC Ref. 650

Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius 101 BC Ref. 650

Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins. Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius. Rome mint, circa 101 B. Obv: helmeted head of Roma right with ARG PVB (AR ligated) behind. Rev: Jupiter in quadriga right, holding sceptre and thunderbolt with L. SENTI C F in exergue. ARG PVB indicates that the coins were struck from’the public silver’ and appears on some issues of this period. DIAMETER: 20mm WEIGHT: 4.3 g MATERIAL: SILVER CONDITION: FINE. Authenticity : All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be genuine and they are described in an exact and credible way taking their origins into consideration. The item “Ancient Roman Republican AR Coins Jupiter in Quadriga Denarius 101 BC Ref. 650″ is in sale since Tuesday, October 04, 2016. This item is in the category “Coins\Coins\Ancient\Roman\Roman Republican (c.300-27 BC)”. The seller is “theancientworldart” and is located in London. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Period: Roman Republican (c.300 – 27 BC)
  • Civilisation: Roman
  • Metal: Silver