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    A Rare and Important Roman Republican Gold Stater, Among the Finest Known



    The Roman Republic Stater circa 218-216, AV 6.82 g. Laureate Janiform head of the...
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    A Rare Roman Republican Gold Half-stater



    The Roman Republic Half-stater circa 218-216, AV 3.41 g. Laureate Janiform head of...
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    A Rare and Important Roman Imperatorial Gold Aureus of L. Cornelius Sulla



    L. Cornelius Sulla. Aureus mint moving with Sulla 84-83, AV 10.76 g. Diademed head of...
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    A Rare, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Imperatorial Silver Denarius of Julius Caesar, the Finest Known Portrait of Perhaps the Most Famous Personage of Ancient Rome on a Coin



    Julius Caesar. August 43 BC. AR Denarius (3.96 g, 12h). Rome mint. L Flaminius...
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    A Roman Imperatorial Silver Denarius of Marcus Junius Brutus, One of the Finest Known of the EID MAR Type, Perhaps the Most Famous Example of Roman Numismatics Extant, Of the Highest Historical Importance



    The Roman Republic Marcus Junius Brutus d=20 mm L. Plaetorius Caestianus....
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    An Exceedingly Rare and Highly Important Roman Imperatorial Gold Aureus of M. Junius Brutus with L. Plaetorius Caestianus, One of Two Known Gold Aureii of the Famous EID MAR Type



    The Roman Republic M. Junius Brutus with L. Plaetorius Caestianus. Aureus, mint moving with...
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    A Rare and Highly Important Roman Gold Aureus of Brutus, the Finest Known Portrait of Brutus in Gold



    Brutus. Late summer-autumn 42 BC. AV Aureus (8.01 g, 12h). Military mint traveling with Brutus...
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    A Rare and Important Roman Imperatorial Gold Aureus of M. Aemilius Lepidus with L. Livineius Regulus



    M. Aemilius Lepidus with L. Livineius Regulus. Aureus 42, AV 8.03 g....
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    A Rare Roman Imperatorial Gold Aureus of Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus



    Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus. Aureus, mint moving with Ahenobarbus in 41 BC, 7.97 g. AHENOBAR Bare...
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    An Excessively Rare and Important Roman Imperatorial Gold Aureus of Quintus Labienus Parthicus



    Quintus Labienus Parthicus. Aureus, mint moving with Labienus in Asia Minor 40, AR 8.15 g....
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    An Excessively Rare and Important Roman Imperatorial Gold Aureus of Marcus Antonius with Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus, a Tribute to Antony's Naval Command



    Marcus Antonius with Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus. Aureus, mint moving with M. Antonius (Corcyra...
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    An Excessively Rare and Important Roman Imperatorial Gold Aureus of Marcus Antonius, the Finest Known



    M. Antonius. Aureus, mint moving with M. Antonius in 34, AV 8.09 g....
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    A Rare and Important Roman Gold Aureus of Augustus (27 B.C.E.-14 C.E.), A Remarkable Portrait



    The Roman Empire Octavian as Augustus, 27 BC – 14 AD d=22 mm Aureus, uncertain mint...
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    A Rare, Exceptional, and Highly Important Roman Gold Aureus of Augustus (27 B.C.E. - 14 C.E.), Among the Very Finest Roman Aurei Extant, a Masterpiece of Julio-Claudian Art



    The Roman Empire Augustus, 27 BC – 14 AD d=22 mm Aureus, uncertain mint after 27 BC,...
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    A Rare and Important Roman Gold Aureus of Augustus (27 B.C.E.-14 C.E.), A Remarkable Portrait



    Octavian as Augustus, 27 BC – 14 AD Aureus, uncertain mint after 27 BC, AV 7.90 g....
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    A Rare and Magnificent Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Tiberius (14-37 C.E.) in the Name of Agrippina Senior, Mother of Germanicus and Grandmother of Gaius (37-41 C.E.), Among the Finest Known of this Issue with a Stunning Patina



    Sestertius 37-41, Æ 30.51 g. AGRIPPINA M F MAT C CAESARIS AVGVSTI Draped bust r., hair falling...
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    A Rare, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Orichalcum Sesterius of Gaius (Caligula) (37-41 C.E.), Probably the Finest Known Bronze of The Emperor, a Roman Numismatic Masterpiece



    Gaius, 37 – 41 Sestertius circa 37-38, Æ 27.67 g. C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR...
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    An Excessively Rare and Magnificent Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Galba (June 8, 68 C.E. - January 15, 69 C.E.), Among the Finest Recorded Portraits of the Aged Emperor



    Sestertius June 68, Æ 25.76 g. IMP SER GALBA – AVG TR P Oak-wreathed and draped bust r. Rev. S...
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    A Rare and Important Roman Gold Aureus of Galba (68-69 C.E.), from the Boscoreale Hoard



    The Roman Empire Galba, 68 – 69 d=21 mm Aureus July 68-January 69, AV 7.34 g. IMP SER...
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    A Rare and Remarkable Roman Gold Aureus of Galba (68-69 C.E.)



    The Roman Empire Galba, 68 – 69 d=20 mm Aureus July 68 – January 69, AV 7.34 g. IMP...
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    A Rare and Important Roman Gold Aureus of Otho (69 C.E.), From the Boscoreale Hoard



    The Roman Empire Otho, 15th January – April 69 d=19 mm Aureus, 15th January – April 69, AV...
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    A Rare and Highly Important Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Vitellius (April 19-December 20, 69 C.E.), Probably the Finest Known Bronze of The Emperor



    Sestertius late April-December 69, Æ 27.61 g. A VITELLIVS GERMANICVS IMP AVG P M TR P Laureate...
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    A Rare and Highly Important Roman Gold Aureus of Vitellius (69 C.E.), From the Boscoreale Hoard, Among the Finest Aureii of this Emperor Extant and Among the Most Visually Appealing of All Roman Coins



    The Roman Empire Vitellius, April – December 69 d=19 mm Aureus April – December 69, AV...
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    An Excessively Rare and Magnificent Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Titus (79-81 C.E.), Among the Finest Known of this Issue



    Sestertius July-December 72, Æ 25.67 g. T CAESAR VESPASIAN IMP III PONT TR POT II COS...
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    An Excessively Rare and Important Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Titus (79-81 C.E.), Depicting the Flavian Amphitheatre (the Colosseum), Among the Finest Known of this Important Issue



    Sestertius 80-81, Æ 25.43 g. Aerial view of the Flavian amphitheatre (the Colosseum); on r.,...
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    A Rare and Magnificent Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Titus (69-79 C.E.), Among the Very Finest Sestertii of Titus Extant



    Sestertius 77-78, Æ 26.41 g. T CENS VESPASIAN IMP PONT TR POT COS VI Laureate head r....
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    Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Trajan (98-117 C.E.), Probably the Finest Known Heroic Numismatic Portrait of the Emperor



    Trajan, 98 – 117 Sestertius 108-111, Æ 25.19 g. IMP CAES NERVAE TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P...
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    A Highly Important and Rare Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Hadrian (117-138 C.E.), By the Hand of the Alphaeus Master, Perhaps the Finest Known Coin of this Reign and Among the Finest of All Extant Roman Coins, A Numismatic Masterpiece



    Rome Mint. Attributed to the Alphaeus Master. Orichalcum. 25.53 g. 34.5 mm. HADRIANVS - AVG...
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    A Unique and Extradordinary Roman Orichalcum Medallion of Marcus Aurelius (161-180 C.E.), Among the Finest Recorded Medallions of this Reign, an Outstanding Anepigraphic Reverse



    Marcus Aurelius Augustus, 161-180 d=43 mm Medallion 163-164, æ 47.07 g. M AVREL ANTONINVS AVG...
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    A Rare Roman Oirchalcum Medallion of Commodus (177-193 C.E.), With a Wonderful Janiform Bust of the Emperor and Janus



    Commodus augustus, 177 – 193 d=41 mm Medallion 186-187, æ 48.44 g. M COMMODVS ANTONINVS PIVS...
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    An Excessively Rare, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Orichalcum Medallion of Commodus (176-192 C.E.), Among the Finest Roman Bronzes in Existence



    Medallion 184-185, Æ 49.52 g. M COMMODVS ANTONINVS AVG PIVS BRIT Laureate, draped and...
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    A Rare and Important Roman Gold Aureus of Commodus (177-192 C.E.), With the Attributes of His Megalomaniacal Obession, Hercules



    The Roman Empire Commodus Augustus, 177 – 192 d=21 mm Aureus August – December 192, AV...
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    An Excessively Rare and Magnificent Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Pertinax (January 1-March 28, 193 C.E.), Among the Finest Known Bronzes of the Emperor



    Sestertius 1st January – 28th March 193, Æ 28.21 g. IMP CAES P HELV – PERTINAX AVG...
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    An Exceptional and Rare Roman Provincial Billon Tetradrachm of Antiochia Bearing One of the Very Finest Portraits of Pescenius Niger (193-194 C.E.) Known in Any Medium



    Pescenius Niger, 193 – 194 d=31 mm Tetradrachm, Antiochia 193-194, AR 11.67 g. AVTOK KAICAP...
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    Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Septimius Severus (193-211 C.E.), With a Spectacular Patina



    Septimius Severus. AD 193-211. Æ Sestertius (25.38 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck AD 196. L •...
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    A Rare and Magnificent Roman Orichalcum Medallion of Gordian III (238-244 C.E.), One of the Finest Roman Medallions Extant



    Gordian III Augustus, 238 – 244 d=44 mm Medallion circa 244, æ 57.65 g. IMP GORDIANVS...
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    An Excessively Rare and Important Roman Gold Aureus of the Gallo-Roman Emperor Postumus (259-268 C.E.), the Finest Known of This Prestigious Issue



    Postumus, 259-268 Aureus 260/269, Cologne. Obv. POSTVMVS PIVS FELIX AVG Laureate. bearded bust...
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    An Exceptional Roman Bronze Antoninianus Issued by Carausius (287-293 C.E.), a Coin of the Highest Interest, Struck to Legitimize the Reign of Carausius in the Eyes of his Romano-British Subjects, Among the Finest Known



    CARAUSIUS, DIOCLETIAN and MAXIMIANUS. 287-293 AD. Æ Antoninianus (4.16 gm). Camulodunum mint,...
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    A Unique and Impressive Roman Gold Medallion of 4 Aurei of Constantius I (293-306 C.E.), From the Famed Arras Hoard



    Constantius I, as Caesar, 293 - 306 Medallion of 4 aurei, Trier circa 305, 20.86 g. FL...
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    A Unique, Magnificent, and Important Roman Gold Medallion of 5 Aurei of Constantius I (293-306 C.E.), From the Famed Arras Hoard



    Constantius I, as Caesar, 293 - 306 Medallion of five aurei, Trier circa 295-296, 26.15 g....
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    A Unique, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Gold Medallion of 9 Solidi of Constantine I 'the Great' (307-337 C.E.), the Largest Known Medallion of this Emperor in Existence, From the Famed Arras Hoard



    Constantine I as Augustus, 307 - 337 Medallion of 9 solidi, Trier circa 310, 40.26 g....
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    An Excessively Rare and Important Roman Gold Solidus of Fausta, Wife of Constantine I 'the Great' (306-324 C.E.), the Finest Known



    Fausta, wife of Constantine I d=22 mm Solidus, Thessalonica circa 324, AV 4.53 g. FLAV MAX...
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    An Excessively Rare Roman Gold Medallion of 2 Aurei of Maxentius, as Caesar, (306-307 C.E.)



    Maxentius Caesar, 306 - 307 Medallion of 2 aurei circa 308-309, 10.74 g. IMP MAXENTIVS P F...
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    An Excessively Rare, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Gold Medallion of 8 Aurei of Maxentius (307-312 C.E.), One of the Largest Extant Roman Gold Medallions



    Maxentius Augustus, 307-312 d=43 mm Medallion of 8 aurei circa 308, AV 42.76 g. IMP C M VAL...
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    A Unique, Magnificent, and Important Roman Gold Medallion of 4 Aurei of Maxentius (307-312 C.E.), Among the Finest Known Imperial Likenesses in Any Medium



    Maxentius Augustus, 307 – 312 d=34 mm Medallion of 4 aurei 308, 21.53 g. IMP C M...
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    A Unique, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Gold Medallion of 5 Solidi of Constantius Gallus (351-354 C.E.), an Exceptionally Executed Likeness



    Constantius Gallus Caesar, 351 - 354 Medallion of 5 solidi, Antioch circa 351, 20.24 g....
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    A Unique and Highly Important Roman Silver Medallion of 24 Miliaresia or 48 Siliquae of Valentinian I (364-375 C.E.), the Largest Known Roman Silver Coin, of the Highest Numismatic Importance



    Valentinian I. AD 364-375. 24 Miliaresia or 48 siliquae (Silver, 66mm, 104.30 g 5), Antioch,...
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    A Roman Orichalcum Contorniate, One of the Finest Known of These Enigmatic Items, Struck ca. 364-383 C.E.



    Contorniate, time of Valentinian I – Gratian Contorniate circa 364-383, æ 29.76 g....
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    A Rare, Exceptional, and Highly Important Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Titus (69-79 C.E.), With a Bird's-Eye View of the Flavian Amphitheatre, Among the Finest Known, a Numismatic Masterpiece



    Titus caesar, 69 – 79 Sestertius 80-81, Æ 25.92 g. Flavian amphitheatre (The Colosseum);...
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    An Exceptionally Rare and Magnificent Roman Gold Aureus of Septimius Severus (193-211 C.E.), a Remarkable Frontal Portrait of Jupiter Ammon on the Reverse



    Septimius Severus, 193 – 211 Aureus 207, AV 7.21 g. SEVERVS – PIVS AVG Laureate head r. Rev....
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    A Rare, Magnificent, and Important Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Caracalla (198-217 C.E.), a Remarkable View of the Circus Maximus, the Finest Known of the Type



    Caracalla, 198 – 217 Sestertius 213, Æ 27.45 g. M AVREL ANTONINVS AVG GERM Laureate, draped...
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    An Excessively Rare, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Gold Aureus of Maxentius (307-312 C.E.), With a Stunning Facing Portrait, Of the Very Highest Rarity and Importance, One of Two Known, From the Famed Arras Hoard



    Maxentius, 307-312 Aureus (Gold, 5.51 g 12), Ostia, 310-312.Obverse: MAXENTIVS P F AVG...
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    An Excessively Rare and Magnificent Roman Gold Aureus of Titus (69-79 C.E.), a Spectacular Monument to the Subjugation of the Jews, the Finest Example Known by Far, From the Famed Boscoreale Hoard



    Titus Caesar, 69-79 Aureus (Gold, 7.23 g 7), Rome, 72-73. Obverse: T CAES IMP VESP PON TR POT...
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    A Rare and Magnificent Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Gaius (37-41 C.E.), Among the Finest Known, A Masterpiece of Julio-Claudian Art



    The Roman Empire Gaius, 37 – 41 Sestertius circa 37-38, Æ 30.05 g. C CAESAR AVG...
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    A Magnificent and Important Roman Orichalcum Sestertius of Galba (68-69 C.E.), One of the Finest Known Sestertii of this Emperor



    GALBA, April 68 - 15 January 69 CE. Rome or Gaul (Narbonne?) mint. Orichalcum....
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    A Unique, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Gold Medallion of 5 Aureii of Maximian (285-305 C.E.), Among the Finest Extant Roman Coins from Any Reign, a Numismatic Masterpiece



    MAXIMIAN, 285-305 CE. Ticinum mint. Gold Medallion of 5 Aureii. 27.02 g. 31 mm. 293 C.E. IMP...
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    A Unique and Highly Important Roman Gold Aureus of Titus (69-79 C.E.), Among the Very Few Roman Issues Struck in Judaea, Quite Possibly the Most Important Extant Coin Regarding the Subjugation of Judaea



    The Roman Empire Titus caesar, 69 – 79 Aureus, Judaea 70, AV 7.52 g. IMP T...
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    An Excessively Rare, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Gold Aureus of Clodius Albinus as Augustus (193-195 C.E.), One of Four Recorded Aurei of this Emperor as Augustus, One of the Finest Recorded Imperial Portraits to Survive from Ancient Rome



    The Roman Empire Clodius Albinus augustus, 193 – 195 Aureus, Lugdunum 195-197, AV 6.76 g....
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    An Excessively Rare, Magnificent, and Important Roman Silver Medallion of Four Heavy Siliquae or Three Light Miliarenses of Constans (337-350 C.E.), of Exceptional Style



    The Roman Empire Constans, 337 – 350 Medallion of four heavy siliquae or three...
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    A Unique, Magnificent, and Important Roman Gold Aureus of Caracalla (198-217 C.E.), Among the Finest Reverses Recorded on a Roman Gold Coin



    Caracalla, 198-217 Aureus (Gold, 7.38 g 12), Rome, 207.Obverse: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG Laureate...
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    An Excessively Rare and Highly Important Roman Bronze Medallion of Maximianus (286-305 C.E.), Perhaps the Finest Surviving Base Medallion from the Tetrarchic Period



    Maximianus. First reign, AD 286-305. Medallion (Bronze, with traces of silvering or,...
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    A Rare, Magnificent, and Important Roman Bronze Medallion of Probus (276-282 C.E.), Likely One of the Finest Recorded Portraits of this Emperor with Amazing Detail



    Probus. AD 276-282. Æ Medallion (36mm, 26.54 g, 12h). Rome mint. Struck AD 281-282. IMP C PROB...
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    A Unique, Magnificent, and Highly Important Roman Silver Medallion of 6 Siliquae of Constantine I 'the Great', Struck as a Donative for the Dedication of Constantinople, Among the Finest of this Important Series of Medallions



    Constantine I. AD 307/310-337. Medallion in the weight of 6 siliquae (Silver, 18.8...
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    A Rare, Exceptional, and Highly Important Roman Imperatorial Silver Denarius of Marcus Junius Brutus, the Finest Known Example of the EID MAR Type, Perhaps the Most Famous Example of Roman Numismatics Extant, Of the Highest Historical Importance



    BRUTUS. Late Summer-Autumn 42 BC. AR Denarius (3.59 g). Mint moving with Brutus in...
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    A Rare and Magnificent Roman Orichalcum Medallion of Commodus (177-192 C.E.), Commemorating the Recent Victories in Britain



    Commodus. AD 177-192. Æ Medallion (56.89 g, 12h). Rome mint. Struck ca. AD 185 M COMMODVS...
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    A Magnificent and Important Roman Gold Quinarius of Augustus (27 B.C.E.-14 C.E.), Undoubtedly the Finest Known Gold Quinarius of Augustus Extant



    Augustus. 27 BC-14 AD. Gold quinarius, 3.91g. (h). Lugdunum, 6-7 AD. Obv: AVGVSTVS - DIVI...
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