Ancient Roman Coins

Antoninus Pius (138-161) Sestertius

£50.00

Antoninus Pius (138-161). Æ Sestertius. Victory holding trophy.

£50.00

Antoninus Pius, 138-161. As.

£20.00

Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Sestertius.

£65.00

Antoninus Pius, 138-161. Sestertius.

£65.00

Arcadius, 383-408. Gold Solidus

£2,200.00

Augustus and Agrippa. Brass dupondius of Nemausus, Gaul

£125.00

Augustus, 27BC - 14AD, Æ 26 of Cordoba in Spain.

£65.00

Augustus, 27BC - 14AD. Æ As.

£90.00

Augustus, 27BC-14AD. Silver denarius. Caius and Lucius Caesars reverse.

£350.00

Aurelian, 270-275. Billon Denarius

£40.00

Aurelian, 270-275. Billon Denarius

£60.00

Claudius II Gothicus, 268-282. Billon antoninianus, struck after his death

£20.00

Claudius II Gothicus, Æ antoninianus.

£15.00

Claudius II, 268-270. Æ 25 of Antioch in Pisidia.

£50.00

Commemorative issue, 330-346AD. Urbs Roma. Æ 3/4 of Lugdunum. Rv. Wolf and twins.

£65.00

Commemorative issue, 330-346AD. Urbs Roma. Æ 3/4 of Trier. Rv. Wolf and twins.

£25.00

Commodus, 177-192. Sestertius

£40.00

Commodus, 177-192. Sestertius.

£40.00

Commodus, 177-192. Sestertius.

£35.00

Constantine I, 307-337. Commemorative Æ3/4. Constantinopolis. Lugdunum mint.

£35.00

Constantine I, as Caesar, 306-307. Æ follis of Lugdunum

£125.00

Constantius I, Caesar 293-305. Æ Follis of London.

£12.00

Constantius II, 337-361. Æ 4 of Alexandria.

£15.00

Diocletian, 284-305, Antoninianus of Antioch. Rev. CONCORDIA MILITVM

£55.00

Divus Augustus, (died 14AD) as, restoration by Titus (79-81).

£15.00

Divus Marcus Aurelius (161-180) Sestertius. Consecration issue by Commodus

£100.00

Divus Vespasian, died 79AD. Sestertius issued by Titus commemorating the death of his father.

£125.00

Gallienus (161-180) Billon Antoninianus

£30.00

Gallienus (161-180) Æ Antoninianus. Securitas.

£15.00

Gallienus (161-180) Æ Antoninianus. Victory.

£12.00

Gallienus, 253-268. Billon antoninianus

£6.00

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