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Categories  •  Coin Galleries August 2006 Ancient Coins from the John Carroll Collection Ancient Greek Silver Coins Magna Graecia
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Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
1 VELIA. Lucania. Ca. 300-280 B.C. VF $250.00

Stater. Helmeted head of Athena r., AH monogram behind. Rv. Lion walking r., barley ear above between Φ and I, Π below. 7.30 grams. SNG ANS 1382. Toned Very Fine. (Est. $150-$200)
Categories  •  Coin Galleries August 2006 Ancient Coins from the John Carroll Collection Ancient Greek Silver Coins Africa and Asia
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2 KINGS OF MAURETANIA. Juba II with Cleopatra Selene ( VF $240.00

daughter of Marc Antony and Cleopatra VII), 25 B.C.-23 A.D. Denarius. Diademed head of Juba r. Rv. Star within crescent. 3.34 grams. Müller III, 109, 95. Flatly struck lower right obverse. Toned Very Fine. (Est. $150-$200)
Categories  •  Coin Galleries August 2006 Ancient Coins from the John Carroll Collection Roman Gold Coins
Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
3 Galerius, as Caesar, 293-305 A.D. AB VF $550.00
Galerius, as Caesar, 293-305 A.D. Aureus, 302-5 A.D. Siscia. Laureate head r. Rv. Radiant Sol, chlamys...
Aureus, 302-5 A.D. Siscia. Laureate head r. Rv. Radiant Sol, chlamys draped on shoulder, standing l. holding outstretched hand and whip. 5.04 grams. RIC 28b (R4). Holed and plugged. About Very Fine. (Est. $250-$350)
4 Western Roman Empire VF $310.00

Honorius, 393-423 A.D. Solidus, 397-402 A.D. Constantinople, officina Z. Helmeted and diademed half bust ¾ r. holding spear and shield. Rv. Constantinopolis enthroned facing, head r., holding scepter and Victory on globe, foot on prow; CONOB in ex. 4.44 grams. RIC 8. Very Fine. (Est. $250-$350)
5 Eastern Roman Empire VF $525.00
Eastern Roman Empire. Zeno, Second reign, 477-491 A.D. Solidus. Constantinople, officina Δ....
Zeno, Second reign, 477-491 A.D. Solidus. Constantinople, officina Δ. Helmeted and diademed half bust ¾ r. holding spear and shield. Rv. Victory standing l. holding long cross, star behind; CONOB in ex. 4.49 grams. RIC 910. Very Fine. (Est. $250-$350)
Categories  •  Coin Galleries August 2006 Ancient Coins from the John Carroll Collection Roman Republican and Imperatorial Coins
Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
6 Denarii F to VF $150.00

(4) of M. Baebius Q.f.Tampilus, 137 B.C. Roma head l. Rv. Apollo in quadriga r.; Q. Fabius Maximus, 127 B.C. Roma head r. Rv. Cornucopiae upon thunderbolt (some reverse deposits and graininess); L. Rubrius Dossenus, 87 B.C. Jupiter head r. Rv. Triumphal chariot; and uncertain. Roma head r. Rv. Jupiter in quadriga r. (reverse deposits). Craw.236/1, 265/1, 348/1.... (Est. $125-$175)  more
7 Pompey, Jr F $210.00

Denarius, 46-45 B.C. Helmeted Roma head r.; M. [POBLICI LEG.] PRO. P.R. Rv. Hispania (?) standing r. bearing a shield offering palm branch to a soldier who stands l., his foot upon a prow. Craw.469/1. Fine. (Est. $100-$150)
8 Julius Caesar VF $2,500.00
Julius Caesar. Denarius, Feb.-March 44 B.C. Moneyer P.Sepullius Macer. Laureate head of Caesar r.;...
Denarius, Feb.-March 44 B.C. Moneyer P.Sepullius Macer. Laureate head of Caesar r.; CAESAR DICT. PERPETVO. Rv. Venus standing l. holding Victory on her outstretched palm and scepter, a shield at its base; P SEPVLLIV[S] MACER. Craw.480/9-11. Well-struck with good details. Light medium gray. Very Fine. (Est. $1200-$1600)
9 Brutus. As Moneyer, 54 B.C. AB F / VG $150.00

Denarius. Bare head of L. Junius Brutus r. Rv. Bare head of C. Servilius Ahala r. Craw.433/2. Old scratches at center. Toned About Fine/Very Good; Marc Antony. Denarius, 41 B.C. Antony head r. Rv. Octavian head r. Craw.517/2. Dark gray over pitting and deposits. About Fine. 2 pieces. (Est. $75-$100)
10 Lepidus VG to AB F $130.00

Denarius, 42 B.C. Bare Lepidus head r.; LEPIDVS PONT. [MAX. III V. R.]P.C. Rv. Bare Octavian head r.; CAESAR IM[P. III VIR. R.]P.C. Craw.495/2a. Crude, some corrosion. Very Good to About Fine. (Est. $200-$300)
11 Cleopatra VII, Queen of Egypt, 51-30 B.C. AB VF $3,550.00
Cleopatra VII, Queen of Egypt, 51-30 B.C., Companion of Julius Caesar, fifth wife of Marc Antony....
Companion of Julius Caesar, fifth wife of Marc Antony. Tetradrachm of ANTIOCH (?), ca. 36 B.C. Diademed and draped Cleopatra bust r.; BACIΛICCA KΛEOΠATPA ΘEA NEWTEPA. Rv. Bare Antony head r.; ANTWNIOC AYTOKPATWP TPITON TPIWN ANΔPWN. RPC 4094. Somewhat grainy. About Very Fine. (Est. $1500-$2000)
12 Cleopatra VII F $400.00

Æ 80 Drachmai of ALEXANDRIA. Diademed head r. Rv. Eagle standing l., cornucopiae before, Π behind; KΛ[EOΠATRAΣ] BAΣIΛIΣΣHΣ. BMC 4. Heavy apple-green patina. Fine. (Est. $150-$200)
Categories  •  Coin Galleries August 2006 Ancient Coins from the John Carroll Collection Roman Imperial Coins
Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
13 Augustus, 27 B.C.-14 A.D. AB VF $125.00

Denarius, 2 B.C. and later. Lugdunum. Laureate head r. Rv. Gaius and Lucius Caesars standing facing, spears and shields between them, simpulum and lituus above. RIC 207. Bankers marks E and Y on head. About Very Fine. (Est. $100-$150)
14 Agrippa F $88.00

As, struck under Tiberius, Caligula and possibly Claudius. Rostral-crowned Agrippa head l. Rv. Neptune standing l. holding dolphin and trident. RIC (Gaius) 58. Dark chestnut with green earthen hues over light pitting. Fine+; Drusus. As, struck under Tiberius, 22-3 A.D. Bare Drusus head l. Legend around large SC. RIC (Tiberius) 45. Light brown over some roughness.... (Est. $100-$150)  more
15 Tiberius, 14-37 A.D. EF $440.00
Tiberius, 14-37 A.D. Tribute Penny - Denarius, 36-37 A.D. Lugdunum. Laureate head r. Rv. Pax (representing...
Tribute Penny - Denarius, 36-37 A.D. Lugdunum. Laureate head r. Rv. Pax (representing Livia?) seated r. RIC 30. Nice old cabinet toning, sharp portrait. Extremely Fine. (Est. $500-$700)
16 Antonia AB VG $130.00

Posthumous Dupondius, struck under Claudius. Bare head r. Rv. Veiled and togate Claudius standing l. RIC 92. Olive-brown over some roughness. About Fine; Germanicus. Posthumous As, 37-38 A.D. Bare head l. Rv. Caligula legend. RIC (Gaius) 35. Brown over roughness and some old scratches. Very Good; Caligula, 37-41 A.D. As. Bare head l. Rv. Vesta. RIC 38ff. Rough. About... (Est. $90-$120)  more
17 Agrippina, Sr VF $1,100.00
Agrippina, Sr. Posthumous Denarius, struck under her son Caligula, 37-38 A.D. Bare Caligula head r....
Posthumous Denarius, struck under her son Caligula, 37-38 A.D. Bare Caligula head r. Rv. Draped Agrippina bust r. RIC (Gaius) 8. Old scratch behind Agrippina's bust. Sharp portraits. Toned Very Fine. (Est. $700-$900)
18 Roman Ladies AB VF $251.00

- on Billon Tetradrachms of ALEXANDRIA. Valeria Messalina, Augusta, 41-48 A.D. Laureate Claudius head r. Rv. Valeria Messalina standing l., leaning on column, holding small figures of Claudia Octavia and Britannicus. RPC 5164. Somewhat rough surfaces with small obverse verdigris spot. About Very Fine; Claudia Octavia, Augusta, 54-62 A.D., first wife of Nero. Laureate Nero... (Est. $100-$150)  more
19 Agrippina, Jr., Augusta, 50-59 A.D. F $300.00
Agrippina, Jr., Augusta, 50-59 A.D. Denarius, 50-54 A.D. Laureate Claudius head r. Rv. Draped Agrippina...
Denarius, 50-54 A.D. Laureate Claudius head r. Rv. Draped Agrippina bust r., wreathed in grain. RIC (Claudius) 81. Tight flan loses right sides of legend. Toned Fine. (Est. $300-$400)
20 Nero, 54-68 A.D. VF $320.00

Denarius, 66-67 A.D. Laureate head r.; IMP. NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS. Rv. Salus seated l.; SALVS in ex. RIC 67. Attractively toned, good portrait. Very Fine. (Est. $250-$350)
21 Nero F $175.00

Dupondius. Radiant head r. Rv. Frontal view of the two-storied Macellum Magnum. RIC 109ff. Thick olive-green patina over roughness and two old reverse scratches at edge. Fine; also Agrippa. Posthumous As. Rostral crowned Agrippa head l. Rv. Neptune standing l. RIC (Gaius) 58. Reddish-brown over light pitting. Fine. 2 pieces. (Est. $90-$120)
22 Vindex, rebel 68 A.D. F to AB VF $525.00
Vindex, rebel 68 A.D. Denarius. Victory standing l. upon globe holding wreath and palm; [SALVS GENERIS]...
Denarius. Victory standing l. upon globe holding wreath and palm; [SALVS GENERIS] HVMANI. Rv. SPQR in oak-wreath. RIC 68ff. Compact flan, somewhat grainy. Fine to About Very Fine. (Est. $250-$350)
23 Galba, 68-69 A.D. AB F $185.00

Denarius. Laureate head r. Rv. Roma standing l. holding Vcitory on globe and eagle-tipped scepter. RIC 161. Pin scratches on face. Toned Fine; Vitellius, 69 A.D. Denarius. Laureate head r. Rv. Vesta enthroned r. holding patera and scepter. RIC 107. Bankers mark 'L' on both sides. Shallow pit lower reverse. About Fine. 2 pieces. (Est. $125-$175)
24 Otho, 69 A.D. F $270.00
Otho, 69 A.D. Denarius. Bare head r. sporting Neronian curls; [IMP.] M. OTHO CAESA[R AVG. TR.P.]....
Denarius. Bare head r. sporting Neronian curls; [IMP.] M. OTHO CAESA[R AVG. TR.P.]. Rv. Securitas standing l. RIC 8. Medium gray. Fine. (Est. $150-$200)
25 Vitellius, 69 A.D. (see below) $140.00

Denarius. Laureate head r.; A. [VITE]LLIVS GERM. IMP. AVG. TR.P. Rv. Concordia seated l. holding patera and cornucopiae. RIC 90. Toned Fine+. (Est. $100-$150)
26 Vespasian, 69-79 A.D. EF $270.00
Vespasian, 69-79 A.D. Denarius, 79 A.D. Laureate head l. Rv. Radiate figure holding spear and parazonium...
Denarius, 79 A.D. Laureate head l. Rv. Radiate figure holding spear and parazonium atop rostral column. RIC 120. Exfoliation at obverse and reverse edges. Well-detailed and pleasing portrait. Toned Near Extremely Fine. (Est. $200-$300)
27 Vespasian VG to AB F $110.00

Judaea Capta. As, 71 A.D. Rome. Laureate head r. Rv. Jewess seated r. at the foot of a palm tree, mourning; IVDEA [CAPTA] SC. RIC 490. Olive-green over roughness and deposits. Very Good to About Fine. (Est. $90-$120)
28 Titus, 79-81 A.D. GD VF $95.00

Denarius, 79 A.D. Laureate head r. Rv. Wreath on two curule chairs. RIC 20. Old scratch on head. About Fine to Fine; Domitian, 81-96 A.D. Denarius, 95 A.D. Laureate head r. Rv. Minerva standing l. holding thunderbolt and scepter. RIC 188. Tiny dig in the left obverse field. Pleasing portrait. Toned Good Very Fine. 2 pieces. (Est. $100-$150)
29 Roman Ladies. Æ Lot VG $200.00

: Julia Titi, Augusta, ca. 79-90/91 A.D. Draped bust r. Rv. Vesta seated l. RIC 180. Very Good; Faustina Jr., 147-175/176 A.D. As. Rv. Diana Lucifera r.; Diva Faustina Jr. As. Rv. Crescent and seven stars. RIC (Aurelius) 1631, 1714. Both Very Fine, reddish-brown, and green with burgundy hues over some roughness; Crispina, Augusta, 177-182/183 A.D. Dupondius. Rv. Juno standing.... (Est. $125-$175)  more
30 Nerva, 96-98 A.D. GD VF $100.00

Denarius, 97 A.D. Laureate head r. Rv. Fortuna seated l. RIC 17. Toned over light obverse pin scratches. Good Very Fine. (Est. $75-$100)
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