Etat: Roman Empire
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Date
A.D. 81
Avers/Droit
Head, right.
Diamètre
24.0
Poids
7.01
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. 138 - A.D. 161
Dénomination
Drachme
Atelier
Alexandrie
Avers/Droit
Head, laureate, right.
Revers
Bearded head of Zeus-Helios-Ammon facing right, with ram's horn and solar disk on head.
Provenance
1990: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1990.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Münzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
Date
A.D. 63
Dénomination
Tétradrachme
Atelier
Antioche
Avers/Droit
ΝΕΡΩΝ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ: Laureate head, right, cuirassed.
Revers
ΕΤΟΥΣ BIP.I: Eagle with outstretched wings facing right standing on thunderbolt; palm branch in right field.
Provenance
1990: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, 1990.
1946: Ex: Hermann Mosberg Collection. Appraised by Münzen und Medallen, Basel, Switzerland.
Date
A.D. 140 - A.D. 143
Dénomination
Denier
Atelier
Rome
Avers/Droit
ANTONINVS AVG(VSTVS) PIVS P(ATER) P(ATRIAE) TR(IBVNICIA) P(OTESTATE) XXI: Head, radiate, right.
Revers
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. 268 - A.D. 270
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Rome, Rome
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right.
Revers
VIRTVS AVG(VSTI): Soldier standing left, right arm leaning on shield and left hand holding a spear.
Référence
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.
1985:
Date
A.D. 268 - A.D. 270
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Rome, Rome
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, cuirassed.
Revers
VICTORIA AVG(VSTI): Victoria standing left holding wreath in right hand and palm in left.
Référence
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Sisak, Mediolanum
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS P(IVS) F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Revers
VICTORIA AVG(VSTI): Victory running right, holding wreath in right hand and palmn in left.
Référence
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. 268 - A.D. 270
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Mediolanum, Mediolanum
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS P(IVS) F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped, cuirassed.
Revers
SPES PVBLICA: Spes walking left holding flower in right hand and raising robe with left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 168, The Cunetio Treasure 2240, The Normanby Hoard 1004
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Sisak, Sisak
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, cuirassed.
Revers
PAX AVG(VSTI): Pax standing left holding olive-branch in right hand and sceptre in left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 186, The Cunetio Treasure 2299, The Normanby Hoard 1080
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Mediolanum, Mediolanum
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS P(IVS) F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Revers
PAX AVG(VSTI): Pax walking left holding olive-branch in right hand and sceptre in left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 156
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Rome, Rome
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, cuirassed.
Revers
MARS VLTOR(I): Mars walking right holding spear in right hand and trophy in left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 66, The Cunetio Treasure 1989, The Normanby Hoard 668
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Rome, Rome
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, cuirassed.
Revers
FELICITAS AVG(VSTI): Felicitas standing left holding caduceus in right hand and cornucopiae in left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 32, The Cunetio Treasure 1951, The Normanby Hoard 624
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
Dénomination
Antoninien
Atelier
Rome
Avers/Droit
CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Revers
IOVI CONSERVAT(ORI): Jupiter standing left holding thunderbolt in right hand and sceptre in left.
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Rome, Rome
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Revers
IOVI VICTORI: Jupiter standing left holding thunderbolt in right hand and sceptre in left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 54, The Cunetio Treasure 1998, The Normanby Hoard 676
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Rome, Rome
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Revers
IOVI VICTORI: Jupiter standing left holding thunderbolt in right hand and sceptre in left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 54, The Cunetio Treasure 1998, The Normanby Hoard 676
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
Dénomination
Antoninien
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, cuirassed.
Revers
FORTUNA REDVC(I): Fortuna standing left, holding rudder in right hand and cornucopiae in left.
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Mediolanum, Mediolanum
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS P(IVS) F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Revers
FIDES MILIT(VM): Fides standing left holding two ensigns.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 149, The Cunetio Treasure 2259, The Normanby Hoard 1025
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Mediolanum, Mediolanum
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS P(IVS) F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Revers
FELIC(ITAS) TEMPO: Felicitas standing left holding caduceus in right hand and sceptre in left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 145, The Cunetio Treasure 2247, The Normanby Hoard 1012
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Rome, Rome
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) C(AESAR) CLAVDIVS AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped, cuirassed.
Revers
ANNONA AVG(VSTI): Annona standing left with foot on prow, holding ears of wheat in right hand and cornucopiae in left.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 18, The Cunetio Treasure 1964, The Normanby Hoard 638
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
Dénomination
Antoninien, Antoninien
Atelier
Mediolanum, Mediolanum
Avers/Droit
IMP(ERATOR) CLAVDIVS P(IVS) F(ELIX) AVG(VSTVS): Radiate head, right, draped.
Revers
AEQVITAS AVG(VSTI): Aequitas standing left, holding scales in right hand and cornucopiae in left hand.
Référence
RIC V Claudius Gothicus 137, The Normanby Hoard 1028
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:
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