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Aelius, 136-138 AD, AR Denarius, Spes Reverse, RIC 435

Aelius, 136-138 AD, AR Denarius, RIC 435

 

An attractive example of this coin struck at Rome under Hadrian 137 AD. Aelius was named by Hadrian as his successor but predeceased him and never became emperor. Consequently his coinage is scarce.

 

O: L AELIVS CAESAR, bare-headed and draped bust right.

R: TR PO-T COS II, Spes walking left, holding flower and raising hem of skirt. 

I would grade this coin Very Fine but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 

 

For uncertified ancient coins I provide a grading opinion using the UK descriptive system. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 

£215.95
Roman Republic, AR Denarius, Mn. Fonteius C.f., 85BC, RCV 271, Crawford 353/1a

Mn Fonteius Cf Denarius. 85 BC, RCV 271, Crawford 353/1


A beautiful example of this Roman Republic silver coin. Obverse slightly off-centre but otherwise extremely fine and with toning over flashy lustre. 3.71g.


O: Laureate head of Apollo Vejovis right, M FONTEI CF behind, thunderbolt below, ROMA monogram below chin.

R: Infant Genius riding goat right, caps of the Dioscuri above, filleted thyrsos below.


Ex Brian and Veronica Dawson Collection. I would grade this coin Extremely Fine but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


For uncertified ancient coins I provide a grading opinion using the UK descriptive system. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£169.95
Gordian III, 238-244 AD, AR Denarius, Venus Victrix Reverse, RIC 131
Gordian III, 238-244 AD, AR Denarius, RIC 131 A beautiful example of this coin struck at Rome in 240 AD. One of a series of six special coins struck to commemorate the marriage of Gordian III to Sabinia Tranquillina in the summer of 240 AD. O: IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. R:VENVS VICTRIX, Venus standing left with helmet and sceptre, leaning on shield. I would grade this coin Good Extra Fine but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. For uncertified ancient coins I provide a grading opinion using the UK descriptive system. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself.
£75.95
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