Click title/picture for details. offer US $480.00 Roman Empire - Trajan (98-117 AD), Semis, c. 98-117 AD, Rome mint, Reverse: Hercules, AE (19 mm - 2.76 g.), Cohen 336, Quality: dark black patina, Very Fine. Rare.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $295.00 3 Pieces Collection Lots Louis II (1922-49), Aluminium-bronze 50 Centimes, 1 Franc, 2 Francs, 1926. Obv.: Hercules shooting bow to right. Rev.: Shield below value within circle. KM# 113, 114, 115. 50 Centimes Gem BU 1 Franc Choice BU 2 Francs Choice BU Guaranteed Authentic.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $1,100.00 Argenteus. 286-310 AD. Trier. Obv: MAXIMIANVS AVG. Laureated bust to the right. Rev: VIRTVS MILITVM. Four priceps next to a military camp gate with four towers. Silver. SB-625. 2.92 grs. EF.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $175.00 Celator: Anonymous Obverse: Head of Hercules right, wearing lion skin headdress; Three pellets behind Reverse: Prow right, ROMA above, Three pellets below Mint & Date of Striking: Rome Mint 211-210 AD References: 86A/3, BMC Italy 222 Size/Denomination/Weight: 22mm, AE Quadrans, 8.35g Really quite a bit better than the scan picks up on. Not perfect but very nice none the less. This coin was struck between 211 and 210 BC at Rome. What is interesting to view about this coin is its size. This coin is a "quadrans", but is about the size of a Republic semis. Why is this? It is because the standard changed sometime not long after this coin was minted. Quadrans were then smaller and would remain that way until they would cease to be minted later in the early Roman Imperium. The 3 dots also signifies the value, effectively meaning "3 uncia". The obverse on this coin shows the ever popular Hercules, who was the ancient Greek/Roman symbol of strength and power. The reverse shows the classic prow with ROMA above, noting the sea faring culture of the Romans as well as its mint. This really is a a very nice coin that looks better in hand
Click title/picture for details. offer US $275.00 1786 US Colonial Connecticut Hercules Head Copper Coin Miller 5.3-N 2010 Redbook pages 58 and 59 priced VG 225 and F 650 Bowers new Colonial Coin book page 109 variety W-2575 cat VG 225 and F 650 This coin is grainy with Fine details and net prices a little over VG money Popular yet tough variety to find in any grade. -