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

Date of Auction: 30th September 2013

Sold for £340

Estimate: £250 - £300

Roman Imperial Coinage, Caracalla (198-217), Denarii (6), all Rome, 202 (2), revs. Caracalla and Plautilla standing, 3.19g/5h (RSC 23), two captives beneath trophy, 3.40g/6h (RSC 178), 205, rev. Salus, 3.02g/12h (RSC 422), 210, rev. Victory, 3.36g/6h (RSC 629), 213, rev. Serapis, 3.45g/12h (RSC 211), 215, rev. Apollo, 3.54g/12h (RSC 282); Plautilla (Augusta 202-5), Denarii (4), all Rome, 202 (2), revs. Caracalla and Plautilla standing, 2.66g/12h, 3.77g/6h (RSC 10, 12), 203, rev. Pietas, 3.04g/6h (RSC 16), 204, rev. Venus, 3.03g/12h (RSC 25) [10]. Varied state; all identified on tickets
£250-300