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

Date of Auction: 30th September 2013

Sold for £210

Estimate: £200 - £250

Roman Imperial Coinage, Divus Augustus (consecrated AD 14), As, Rome, 22-30, rev. altar enclosure, 10.01g/6h (S 1789); Agrippa (†12 BC), commemorative As, Rome, 37-41, rev. Neptune, 11.55g/6h (S 1812); Trajan (98-117), Sestertii (2), both Rome, 105, rev. bridge, 23.81g/6h (S 3207), 116, rev. Emperor standing, flanked by river-gods Euphrates and Tigris, Armenia seated in front, 28.03g/7h (S 3181), Dupondius, Rome, 107, rev. Annona, 12.61g/6h (S 3221); Hadrian (117-38), Sestertius, Rome, 136, rev. Africa, 25.73g/6h (S 3574) [6]. Varied state; all identified on tickets £200-250