Ancient Coins From the Collection Formed By John Roberts-Lewis

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Date of Auction: 15th September 2015

Sold for £220

Estimate: £120 - £150

Augustus (L. Nævius Surdinus), As, Rome, 15 BC, bust right, rev. s c, 12.04g (RIC 386; BMC 144; S 1683); Tiberius (as Cæsar), As, Lugdunum, 12-14 AD, bust right, rev. altar at Lugdunum flanked by two columns with Victories, 8.41g (RIC Augustus 245; BMC 585; S 1756); Claudius, As, good style, c. 50, bust left, rev. Minerva advancing right, 9.07g (cf. RIC 116; cf. BMC 206; cf. S 1862); Nero, Semis, Rome, 64, bust right, rev. agonistic table, 3.41g (RIC 232; BMC 266; S 1979); SYRIA, Galba, Tetradrachm, Antioch, yr 1 [68], bust right, star in field, rev. eagle standing left on thunderbolt, 14.42g (McAlee 305; Prieur 96; RPC 4196) [5]. Fine and better, last toned £120-150

Footnote

Provenance: Second SCMB December 1976 (C 547); third bt Seaby 1979; last bt Seaby 1980