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

Date of Auction: 30th September 2013

Sold for £260

Estimate: £200 - £250

Roman Imperial Coinage, Gordian III (238-44), Antoninianii (4), Rome (3), 238-9, rev. Jupiter, 4.75g/7h (RSC 105), 240, rev. Roma, 5.36g/1h (RSC 312), 243-4, rev. Mars, 3.80g/2h (RSC 160), Antioch, 243-4, rev. Fortuna, 5.23g/1h (RSC 98a); Philip I (244-9), Antoninianii (5), all Rome, 245, rev. Emperor on horseback, 3.56g/12h (RSC 3), 247, rev. Annona, 4.37g/7h (RSC 32), 248 (2), revs. lion, 3.81g/6h (RSC 173), column, 4.91g/1h (RSC 193), 249, rev. four standards, 3.86g/8h (RSC 50b); Otacilia Severa (Augusta 244-9), Antoninianus, Rome, 247, rev. Concordia, 4.98g/1h (RSC 17); Herennia Etruscilla (Augusta 249-51), Antoninianus, Rome, 250, rev. Pudicitia, 4.96g/6h (RSC 19); Postumus (259-68), Antoninianii (2), both Cologne, 260-5, rev. Victory, 1.84g/11h (RSC 377a), 265-8, rev. Emperor standing, 3.85g/1h (RSC 331a) [13]. Varied state; all identified on tickets £200-250