Click title/picture for details. offer US $145.00 The Roman Imperium Vespasian; 69 ? 79 A.D. As in bronze. Rv; Spes with flower Size; ca 28 mm, Weight ? 11.60 gr; (0.41 oz) Metal ? bronze, beautiful green patina
Click title/picture for details. offer US $250.00 This great collection of 5 Ancient coins will come to you with the original walnut display box and just about everything you ever wanted to know about the Normandy Hoard. There is a map to show you where it was found, a book that shows each coin and explains the warriors and kings shown on the coins. You will also receive the certificate of Authenticity from the Paramount Coin Corp. It states the coins were found in 1985 and this collection is limited to just 3,900. There is a paper stating the collection was cleaned and identified by the British Museum. Also a newspaper article that shows the man who found the coins with a metal detector (( Tom Cook )). The walnut box is lined with velvet 6 1/4" square. The condition is excellent. The coins have never been removed from their plastic containers.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $269.00 ROMAN EMPIRE CARACALLA 198 - 217 AD. AR (Silver) Denarius (18mm. 3.14 g). Struck 216 AD. Obverse: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM, laureate head right. Reverse: P M TR P XVIIII COS IIII P P, Serapis standing left, modius on head, raising right hand & holding scepter. RIC IV 280(c); RSC 348. SCARCE. XF. Gorgeous!
Click title/picture for details. offer US $875.00 ROMAN EMPEROR VALENS GOLD SOLIDUS RULED 364-378 AD CONTAINS 4.3 GRAMS OF GOLD 21 MM ACROSS USUAL ANCIENT GRAFFITI GENUINE ANTIQUE GOLD COIN FROM 1650 YEARS AGO VF
Click title/picture for details. offer US $100.00 MITHRADATES II AR DRACHM 123-88 BC PARTHIAN KINGDOM 3.7 GRAMS OB: DIADEMED AND CUIRASSED BUST OF MITHRADATES II LEFT, WEARING LONG BEARD RE: ARCHER SEATED RIGHT, HOLDING BOW REFERENCE: SEAR 7371 AM6103 AUTHENTIC ANCIENT COIN Mithradates II (c. 123 - 88 B.C.) ?????????? Mithradates II was the eighth Parthian king. One of the greatest Parthian kings, he defeated all Seleucid attempts to reclaim their Eastern territories and made Parthia into a formidable, unified empire. He made contact with Rome and introduced new titles and designs on his extensive coinage. He adopted the title Epiphanes, "god manifest". -