Ancient Coins and Artefacts, World Coins, Tokens and Medallions, Islamic Coins (30 September 2013)

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Date of Auction: 30th September 2013

Sold for £300

Estimate: £250 - £300

Crispina (Augusta 177-83), Denarius, Rome, 180-2, rev. altar, 3.03g/12h (RSC 16); Septimius Severus (193-211), Denarii (6), Laodicea, 198-200, rev. Moneta, 2.70g/5h (RSC 345), Rome (5), 200, rev. Victory, 2.35g/6h (RSC 670), 201, rev. Emperor standing, 3.15g/7h (RSC 205), 204, rev. Dea Cælestis, 3.64g/6h (RSC 222), 207, rev. Emperor standing, 3.03g/6h (RSC 791), 210, rev. Victory, 3.71g/6h (RSC 727); Julia Domna (Augusta 193-217), Denarii (5), Laodicea (2), both 196-202, revs. Pudicitia, 3.19g/6h, 3.30g/6h (RSC 168), Rome (3), 208, rev. Hilaritas, 3.02g/6h (RSC 79), 211-17 (2), revs. Diana, 3.10g/7h, 2.88g/12h (RSC 32) [12]. Varied state; all identified on tickets £250-300