Deity: Victory
Displaying records 1 to 20 of 59 total results.
Date
A.D. 260 - A.D. 268
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP GALLIENVS AVG: Bust of Gallienus, radiate, cuirassed, right
Reverse
VICTORIA AVG: Victory, winged, draped, walking left, holding wreath in right hand and palm in left hand
Diameter
22.0
Weight
3.41
Reference
RIC V Gallienus 300f: Subtype 1
Provenance
1991: Three hundred and two coins were acquired in 1991 from a cross section of 1,025 coins belonging to the Worldwide Treasure Bureau.
1983:
Date
A.D. 260 - A.D. 268
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
GALLIENVS AVG: Bust of Gallienus, radiate, cuirassed, right
Reverse
VICTORIA AET: Victory, winged, draped, standing left, holding wreath in right hand and palm in left hand
Diameter
19.0
Weight
2.32
Reference
RIC V Gallienus 297f: Subtype 1, The Cunetio Treasure 1238
Provenance
1991: Three hundred and two coins were acquired in 1991 from a cross section of 1,025 coins belonging to the Worldwide Treasure Bureau.
1983:
Date
A.D. 64 - A.D. 65
Denomination
Aureus, Aureus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
NERO CAESAR: Head of Nero, laureate, right, with beard
Reverse
AVGVSTVS GERMANICVS: Nero, radiate, togate, standing front, left knee slightly bent, holding branch in right hand and Victory on globe in left
Reference
RIC I (second edition) Nero 46
Provenance
1990: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1990.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Münzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
Date
153 B.C. - 152 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
X: Helmeted head of Roma, right; behind, denominational mark. Border of dots.
Reverse
ROMA L·SAVF: Victory in biga, right, holding reins in left hand and whip in right hand . Line border.
Reference
RRC 204/1
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1952: From a London auction of 1952.
Date
A.D. 388 - A.D. 392
Denomination
Solidus, Solidus
Mint
Trier, Trier
Obverse
D N VALENTINI-ANVS P F AVG: Bust of Valentinian II, pearl-diademed, draped and cuirassed, right
Reverse
VICTOR-IA AVGG: Two emperors, nimbate, seated facing, together holding globe. Behind and between them the upper portion of a Victory with outspread wings; between them below, a palm-branch (but the dress covers both legs)
Reference
RIC IX Treveri 90A
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Münzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland. Collection assembled in the 1920s and 1930s.
Date
212 B.C. - 208 B.C.
Denomination
Victoriatus, Victoriatus
Mint
Uncertain value, Uncertain value
Obverse
Laureate head of Jupiter, right. Border of dots.
Reverse
ROMA VB: Victory, right, crowning trophy; between, mark. Line border.
Reference
RRC 95/1a
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
From the collection of the manager of the Chase Manhattan Bank Money Museum, collected in the 1950's and 1960's.
Date
A.D. 140 - A.D. 144
Denomination
Dupondius, Dupondius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P COS III: Head of Antoninus Pius, radiate, right
Reverse
CONCORDIA EXERCITVVM S C: Concordia, standing left, holding Victory and aquila
Reference
RIC III Antoninus Pius 657
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1952: From a London auction of 1952.
Date
A.D. 267
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Field Mint, Cologne
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) C(ASSIANVS) POSTVMVS P(IVS)F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right; draped, cuirassed.
Reverse
CO(N)S(VL) IIII: Victory/Nemesis standing right, holding wreath in right hand and sceptre in left.
Reference
RIC V Postumus 287, The Cunetio Treasure 2455, The Normanby Hoard 1342
Provenance
1987: Fifty-one coins were purchased from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau in 1987. According to Samuel E. Cox of the WTB, this selection of coins represents the top 2% of the hoard in terms of condition.
1985:
Date
A.D. 268 - A.D. 270
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, cuirassed.
Reverse
VICTORIA AVG(VSTI): Victoria standing left holding wreath in right hand and palm in left.
Reference
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 104, The Cunetio Treasure 1944, The Normanby Hoard 616
Provenance
1987: Fifty-one coins were purchased from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau in 1987. According to Samuel E. Cox of the WTB, this selection of coins represents the top 2% of the hoard in terms of condition.
1985:
Date
A.D. 268 - A.D. 270
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Siscia, Mediolanum
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS P(IVS) F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Reverse
VICTORIA AVG(VSTI): Victory running right, holding wreath in right hand and palmn in left.
Reference
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 171
Provenance
1987: Fifty-one coins were purchased from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau in 1987. According to Samuel E. Cox of the WTB, this selection of coins represents the top 2% of the hoard in terms of condition.
1985:
Date
A.D. 270 - A.D. 274
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Southern Gallic Mint, Cologne
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) C(AIVS) TETRICVS P(IVS)F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right; cuirassed, draped.
Reverse
VICTORIA AVG(VSTI): Victory walking left, holding wreath in right hand and palm in left.
Reference
RIC V Tetricus I 141
Provenance
1987: Fifty-one coins were purchased from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau in 1987. According to Samuel E. Cox of the WTB, this selection of coins represents the top 2% of the hoard in terms of condition.
1985:
Date
A.D. 270 - A.D. 274
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Mint I, Southern Gallic Mint, Cologne
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) C(AIVS) TETRICVS P(IVS)F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right; draped.
Reverse
COMES AVG(VSTI): Victory standing left, holding wreath in right hand and palm branch in left.
Reference
RIC V Tetricus I 56, The Cunetio Treasure 2602, The Normanby Hoard 1472
Provenance
1987: Fifty-one coins were purchased from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau in 1987. According to Samuel E. Cox of the WTB, this selection of coins represents the top 2% of the hoard in terms of condition.
1985:
Date
102 B.C. - 101 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
Helmeted head of Roma r.; three locks of hair on her neck; drop earring; beaded necklace; spike of wheat behind; dot border.
Reverse
L·IVLI: Victory in biga r.; holding reins in both hands; no exergue; dot border
Reference
RRC 323/1
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
112 B.C. - 110 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
Helmeted head of Roma r.; double-drop earring; helmet cut back to show ear; three locks on back of neck; necklace; quadrangular device behind (barely visible); dot border.
Reverse
T MAL AP CL Q VR: Victory in biga galloping r.; holding reins in l. hand, goad in r.; line border
Reference
RRC 299/1b
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
153 B.C. - 152 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
X: Helmeted head of Roma, right; behind, denominational mark. Border of dots.
Reverse
ROMA L·SAVF: Victory in biga, right, holding reins in left hand and whip in right hand . Line border.
Reference
RRC 204/1
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
158 B.C. - 156 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
X: Helmeted head of Roma, right; behind, denominational mark. Border of dots.
Reverse
ROMA: Victory in biga, right, holding reins in left hand and goad in right hand. Line border.
Reference
RRC 197/1a
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
212 B.C. - 211 B.C.
Denomination
Victoriatus, Victoriatus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
Laureate head of Jupiter, right. Border of dots.
Reverse
Victory, right, crowing trophy. Line border.
Reference
RRC 44/1
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
43 B.C. - 42 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
Head of Hercules right, bearded and wearing laureate diadem. Border of dots.
Reverse
C·VIBIVS VARVS: Minerva standing right, holding Victory in left hand and spear in right hand; behind, shield. Border of dots.
Reference
RRC 494/37
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.49.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
68 B.C. - 67 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
CESTIANVS S·C: Bust right, draped and with attributes of Isis, Minerva, Apollo, Diana and Victory; before, cornucopia. Bead and reel border.
Reverse
M·PLAETORIVS·M·F·AED·CVR: Eagle on thunderbolt; around, inscription. Bead and reel border.
Reference
RRC 409/1
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
Date
80 B.C. - 79 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius Serratus, Denarius Serratus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
S.C.: Head of Venus r., wearing a diadem; hair wound around lower part of diadem and then falling down her back; triple bead earring; bead necklace; dot border.
Reverse
C.NAE.BALB: Victory in triga r., holding reins in both hands; CVII control mark above horses' heads; dot border.
Reference
RRC 382/1b
Provenance
2012: Purchased from the University of Virginia Art Museum
1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1989, by the University of Virginia Art Museum for extended loan: 1989.EL.14.47.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Munzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
1933: Haeberlin Auction, lot 1333.
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