Ancient Coins From the Collection Formed By John Roberts-Lewis

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Date of Auction: 15th September 2015

Sold for £120

Estimate: £120 - £150

Gallienus, Antoninianus, Lugdunum, 257-8, bust left with spear and shield, rev. two captives seated at foot of trophy, 3.72g (RIC 18; RSC 310; S 10225); Salonina, Antoninianus, Lugdunum, 259-60, bust right, rev. goddess in tetrastyle temple, 2.58g (RIC 5; RSC 36; S 10631); Postumus, Antoninianus, Lugdunum, 262-5, bust right, rev. Moneta standing left, holding scales and cornucopiæ, 3.25g (RIC 75; RSC 199; S 10962); Victorinus, Antoninianus, Cologne, 269-70, bust right, rev. Pax standing left, 3.34g (RIC 98; C 78; S 11153); Claudius II Gothicus, Antoninianus, Milan, 268-9, bust right, rev. Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and sceptre, 3.40g (RIC 145; C 74; S 11330); Quintillus, Antoninianus, Rome, 270, bust right, rev. Lætitia standing left, holding wreath and anchor, xii in exergue, 3.45g (RIC 22; C 39; S 11444); Tetricus I, Antoninianus, Mainz or Trier, 273-4, bust right, rev. Hilaritas standing left, holding palm and cornucopiæ, 3.13g (RIC 80; C 57; S 11237); Aurelian, Antoninianus, Milan, 272, bust right, rev. Emperor clasping hands with Concordia, v* in exergue, 4.00g (cf. RIC 120; C 61; S 11522); Severina, Antoninianus, Rome, 275, bust right, rev. Concordia standing left, holding standards, 4.68g (RIC 4; C 7; S 11705) [9]. First fine, others very fine and better, some with original silvering £120-150


Provenance: Salonina bt Spink 1975; Quintillus with Seaby 1954, SCMB December 1982 (C 798); Severina bt Spink 1980