Mint: Rome
Displaying records 21 to 40 of 238 total results.
Date
A.D. 37 - A.D. 41
Denomination
As, As
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
M AGRIPPA L F COS III: Head of Agrippa, left, wearing rostral crown
Reverse
S C: Neptune, cloaked, standing left, holding dolphin in right hand and trident in left
Reference
RIC I (second edition) Gaius/Caligula 58
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
A.D. 22 - A.D. 30
Denomination
As, As
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER: Head of Augustus, radiate, left
Reverse
PROVIDENT S C: Altar-enclosure with double paneled door right; various ornaments on top, left and right
Reference
RIC I (second edition) Tiberius 81
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1984: Ex: Virgil Brand Collection. Virgil Brand was once the largest collector of ancient coins in the world. he died in 1926, and the vast majority of his collection mysteriously vanished. This coin was discovered with a number of others at a midwestern university in the early 1980's, verified as having been part of the Brand collection, and auctioned by Christies in New York in 1984.
Date
117 B.C. - 115 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
EX·S·C X (crossed) ROMA: Helmeted head of Roma, right and denominational mark. Border of dots.
Reverse
Q M·SERGI: Horseman, left, holding sword and severed head in left hand . Border of dots.
Reference
RRC 286/1
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1952: From a London auction of 1952.
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
67 B.C. - 66 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
Laureate head of Apollo right; behind, two flutes crossed. Border of dots.
Reverse
Q·POMPONI MVSA: Euterpe right, resting left elbow on column and holding two flutes in right hand. Border of dots.
Reference
RRC 410/5
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
Ex: Errico Collection, 1930's.
Date
A.D. 241 - A.D. 244
Denomination
As, As
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG: Bust of Gordian III, laureate, draped, cuirassed, right
Reverse
LAETITIA AVG N S C: Laetitia, draped, standing left, holding wreath in extended right hand and anchor set on ground in left hand
Reference
RIC IV Gordian III 300B
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1952: From a London auction of 1952.
Date
A.D. 235 - A.D. 236
Denomination
Sestertius, Sestertius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG: Bust of Maximinus I, laureate, draped, cuirassed, right
Reverse
SALVS AVGVSTI S C: Salus, draped, seated left, feeding out of patera in right hand snake coiled round altar
Reference
RIC IV Maximinus Thrax 64
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1952: From a London auction of 1952.
Date
A.D. 231 - A.D. 235
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP ALEXANDER PIVS AVG: Bust of Severus Alexander, laureate, draped, right
Reverse
MARS VLTOR: Mars, helmeted, walking right, holding spear in right hand and shield in left hand
Reference
RIC IV Severus Alexander 246c
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1984: Ex: Virgil Brand Collection. Virgil Brand was once the largest collector of ancient coins in the world. he died in 1926, and the vast majority of his collection mysteriously vanished. This coin was discovered with a number of others at a midwestern university in the early 1980's, verified as having been part of the Brand collection, and auctioned by Christies in New York in 1984.
Date
A.D. 222 - A.D. 228
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP C M AVR SEV ALEXAND AVG: Bust of Severus Alexander, laureate, draped, right
Reverse
FIDES MILITVM: Fides, draped, standing left, holding two standards
Reference
RIC IV Severus Alexander 139c
Provenance
1984: Ex: Virgil Brand Collection. Virgil Brand was once the largest collector of ancient coins in the world. he died in 1926, and the vast majority of his collection mysteriously vanished. This coin was discovered with a number of others at a midwestern university in the early 1980's, verified as having been part of the Brand collection, and auctioned by Christies in New York in 1984.
Date
A.D. 218 - A.D. 222
Denomination
Quinarius, Quinarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP ANTONINVS PIVS AVG: Bust of Elagabalus, laureate, draped, right
Reverse
SACERD DEI SOLIS ELAGAB: Elagabalus, in Syrian priestly robes, standing right, sacrificing out of patera in right hand over lighted altar, holding upright club in left hand; in field, star
Reference
RIC IV Elagabalus 132
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
Ex: Dr. Krinsky Collection, assembled from approximately 1935-1965.
Date
A.D. 213
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
ANTONINVS PIVS AVG BRIT: Head of Caracalla, laureate, right
Reverse
P M TR P XVI COS IIII P P: Hercules, naked except for lion-skin draped over left arm, standing left, holding branch in right hand and club in left hand
Reference
RIC IV Caracalla 206a
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
Late 1940s: From a collection purchased in Germany in the late 1940's by a Pittsburgh collector.
Date
A.D. 198 - A.D. 199
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP CAES M AVR ANTON AVG: Bust of Caracalla, bare-headed, draped, right
Reverse
FELICITAS AVGG: Felicitas, draped, standing left, holding caduceus in right hand and cornucopiae in left hand
Reference
RIC IV Caracalla 18
Provenance
1984: Ex: Virgil Brand Collection. Virgil Brand was once the largest collector of ancient coins in the world. he died in 1926, and the vast majority of his collection mysteriously vanished. This coin was discovered with a number of others at a midwestern university in the early 1980's, verified as having been part of the Brand collection, and auctioned by Christies in New York in 1984.
Date
A.D. 161
Denomination
Aureus, Aureus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP CAES L AVREL VERVS AVG: Head of Lucius Verus, bare, right
Reverse
CONCORDIAE AVGVSTOR TR P COS II: Lucius Verus and Marcus Aurelius, togate, standing left and right, clasping right hands and each holding roll in left hand
Diameter
18.0
Reference
RIC III Marcus Aurelius 450
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
A.D. 174 - A.D. 175
Denomination
As, As
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
M ANTONINVS AVG TR P XXIX: Head of Marcus Aurelius, laureate, right
Reverse
IMP VII COS III S C: Tiber, half draped, reclining left on ground, seting right hand on prow of boat, half-seen on left, holding tall reed in left hand and resting left elbow on urn, tilted down to left and issuing water
Reference
RIC III Marcus Aurelius 1142
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1984: Ex: Virgil Brand Collection. Virgil Brand was once the largest collector of ancient coins in the world. he died in 1926, and the vast majority of his collection mysteriously vanished. This coin was discovered with a number of others at a midwestern university in the early 1980's, verified as having been part of the Brand collection, and auctioned by Christies in New York in 1984.
Date
A.D. 140 - A.D. 143
Denomination
Denarius
Mint
Rome
Obverse
ANTONINVS AVG(VSTVS) PIVS P(ATER) P(ATRIAE) TR(IBVNICIA) P(OTESTATE) XXI: Head, radiate, right.
Reverse
VOTA SUSCEPTA DEC(ENNALIA) III CO(N)S(VL) IIII S(ENATVS) C(ONSVLTVM): Antoninus, veiled, standing left, sacrificing with patera held in right hand over a tripod, left arm at side.
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
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. 22 - A.D. 23
Denomination
Sestertius, Sestertius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
Confronting heads of two little boys on crossed cornucopias, with winged caduceus between them
Reverse
DRVSVS CAESAR TI AVG F DIVI AVG N PONT TR POT II: Legend surrounding large S C
Reference
RIC I (second edition) Tiberius 42
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
90 B.C. - 89 B.C.
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
SABIN: Bearded head of King Tatius right; before, palm-branch. Border of dots.
Reverse
L·TITVRI: Two soldiers with shields killing Tarpeia, between; above, star in crescent. Border of dots.
Reference
RRC 344/2b
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. 202 - A.D. 210
Denomination
Denarius, Denarius
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
SEVERVS PIVS AVG: Head of Septimius Severus, laureate, right
Reverse
FVNDATOR PACIS: Septimius Severus, veiled, togate, standing left, holding branch in extended right hand and roll in left hand
Reference
RIC IV Septimius Severus 265
Provenance
June 26, 1989: Thirty-three Greek bronze and one Roman silver coin donated as a gift of Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Caltagirone dated June 26, 1989. Signed by Nancy Caltagirone of Manhasset, New York.
Date
A.D. 268 - A.D. 270
Denomination
Antoninianus, Antoninianus
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right.
Reverse
VIRTVS AVG(VSTI): Soldier standing left, right arm leaning on shield and left hand holding a spear.
Reference
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 111, The Cunetio Treasure 2192, The Normanby Hoard 923
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.
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