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Ancient Roman And Other Hammered Coins

Ancient Roman and other numismatic antiquities. Some Roman coins may be considered British, they were used on a day to day basis within the whole of the Roman Empire and that included most of Britain from 43AD to 410AD. Ancient hammered coins, be they Roman, Turkish or Syrian remain fascinating pieces of history, amazing survivors and pose all sorts of questions. How did a second century BC Persian daric make its way to a field in Jersey ?

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French 1 Denier, Carolingian, Charles the Simple (AD 879-929) Melle Mint c897

French 1 Denier, Carolingian, Charles the Simple (AD 879-929) Melle Mint c897

French 1 Denier, Carolingian, Charles the Simple (AD 879-929) Melle Mint c897

£160.00

Ancient Greek Illyria, Apollonia, Silver Drachm, Cow and Calf, 229-100 BC

Ancient Greek Illyria, Apollonia, Silver Drachm, Cow and Calf, 229-100 BC

Ancient Greek Illyria, Apollonia, Silver Drachm, Cow and Calf, 229-100 BC

£110.00

Rare Emperor Procopius 'The Usurper' AE,  AD 365-6

Rare Emperor Procopius 'The Usurper' AE, AD 365-6

Emperor Procopius 'The Usurper' Ae

£120.00

A Scarce Emperor Commodus AE As, Commodus as Hercules, Rome Mint, AD 192

A Scarce Emperor Commodus AE As, Commodus as Hercules, Rome Mint, AD 192

Commodus was the first emperor to be born 'in the purple,' that is during his father's reign. His father being the last 'good emperor,' Marcus Aurelius.

£230.00

Emperor Postumus Silver/Billon Antoninianus, Rome Mint, Felicitas Reverse, AD 265-8

Emperor Postumus Silver/Billon Antoninianus, Rome Mint, Felicitas Reverse, AD 265-8

Emperor Postumus Silver/Billon Antoninianus, Rome Mint, Felicitas Reverse, AD 265-8

£65.00

Geta as Caesar Silver Denarius, Rome Mint, AD 203

Geta as Caesar Silver Denarius, Rome Mint, AD 203

Geta as Caesar Silver Denarius Rome Mint

£65.00

Emperor Caracalla, Silver Denarius, Mars Reverse, AD 206

Emperor Caracalla, Silver Denarius, Mars Reverse, AD 206

Caracalla reigned as emperor from AD 198 -217. At birth he was named Lucius Septimius Bassianus, being renamed Marcus Aurelius Antoninus at the age of seven. He became known as Caracalla due to the Gallic hooded tunic he constantly wore of the same name.

£55.00

RARE Marcus Aurelias as Caesar Brass Sesterius, Minerva Reverse, AD 153-154

RARE Marcus Aurelias as Caesar Brass Sesterius, Minerva Reverse, AD 153-154

RARE Marcus Aurelias as Caesar Brass Sesterius, Minerva Reverse, Marcus Aurelius was the last of a series of emperors of Rome known as the 'Five Good Emperors'; bringing peace and stability, the 'Pax Romana.' He was born in AD 121 and died in 180. As a pe

£110.00

Agrippa (Caligula's Grandfather) AE As, Struck Under Caligula, Rome, AD 37-41

Agrippa (Caligula's Grandfather) AE As, Struck Under Caligula, Rome, AD 37-41

Agrippa Caligula's Grandfather AE As, Struck Under Caligula. minted in Rome, AD 37-4. The Roman emperors often paid tribute to their ancestors by way of placing them on their coinage, either as conjoined heads or as lone busts. Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa wa

£160.00

Emperor Caracalla, Silver Denarius, Rome Mint, Virtus AD 203

Emperor Caracalla, Silver Denarius, Rome Mint, Virtus AD 203

Emperor Caracalla, Silver Denarius, Rome Mint, Virtus AD 203

£110.00

Emperor Phocas Byzantine Empire  Gold Solidus, Constantinople Mint AD 602-610

Emperor Phocas Byzantine Empire Gold Solidus, Constantinople Mint AD 602-610

Emperor Phocas Byzantine Empire Gold Solidus, Constantinople Mint AD 602-610

£575.00

Emperor Severus Alexander Silver Denarius, Virtus, AD 225

Emperor Severus Alexander Silver Denarius, Virtus, AD 225

Emperor Severus Alexander Silver Denarius, Virtus AD 225. Severus Alexander was the last of the Severan dynasty. He was Elagabalus' heai and came to the throne at the young age of 14. He reigned over the Roman empire from AD 222- 235

£70.00

Emperor Antoninus Pius, Silver Denarius, Pax, Circa AD 139

Emperor Antoninus Pius, Silver Denarius, Pax, Circa AD 139

Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius, Silver Denarius, Pax, Circa AD 139

£65.00

Emperor Hadrian Silver Denarius, Moneta Reverse, 137 AD

Emperor Hadrian Silver Denarius, Moneta Reverse, 137 AD

Hadrian became emperor of the Roman Empire in 117 AD and saw it as a divine mission to keep the empire in one piece. When rebellion broke out in Britannia in 119, he sent 3,000 troops and ordered the construction of a wall to keep out the barbarians. Now

£130.00

Roman Republic  A  Postumius A F Albinus, Silver Serrated Denarius, Hispania, 81 BC

Roman Republic A Postumius A F Albinus, Silver Serrated Denarius, Hispania, 81 BC

Roman Republic A Postumius A F Albinus, Silver Serrated Denarius, Hispania, 81 BC

£150.00

Ancient Greek Mysia Pergamon Silver Tetradrachm  c133-67 BC

Ancient Greek Mysia Pergamon Silver Tetradrachm c133-67 BC

Ancient Greek Mysia Pergamon Silver Tetradrachm c133-67 BC

£260.00

Ancient Greek Macedon Alexander (The Great) III, AE18, 336-316 BC

Ancient Greek Macedon Alexander (The Great) III, AE18, 336-316 BC

Ancient Greek Macedon Alexander (The Great) III, AE18, 336-316 BC

£120.00

Emperor Marcus Aurelius Silver Denarius Felicitas Rome , AD 174

Emperor Marcus Aurelius Silver Denarius Felicitas Rome , AD 174

Emperor Marcus Aurelius Silver Denarius Felicitas Rome , AD 174

£110.00

Emperor Antoninus Pius Copper As, 139AD

Emperor Antoninus Pius Copper As, 139AD

As Hadrian's health deteriorated and with the death of his heir, Aelius Caesar, on New Years day138AD, a successor had to be selected. Antoninus was the chosen heir to be adopted by Hadrian. However, there were certain stipulations that Hadrian put forwar

£75.00

Emperor Trajan Copper As AD 114-117

Emperor Trajan Copper As AD 114-117

Trajan is considered to be one of the greatest Emperors, famous for his building works. He built the first shopping mall, Trajan's Market, it was a large complex allowing merchants to sell their wares from all over the nation from its stalls, offices and

£95.00

Emperor Augustus Octavian Copper As M. Maecilius Tullus Moneyer 7 BC

Emperor Augustus Octavian Copper As M. Maecilius Tullus Moneyer 7 BC

Augustus (Octavian) was the founder and first emperor of the Roman Empire. He is arguably one of the best emperors and ruled from 27 BC to 14 AD. He married three times but had only one daughter

£70.00

Emperor Marcus Aurelius, Silver Denarius, Felicitas, Rome , AD 176

Emperor Marcus Aurelius, Silver Denarius, Felicitas, Rome , AD 176

Emperor Marcus Aurelius, Silver Denarius, Felicitas, Rome , AD 176

£65.00

Emperor Augustus Octavian Copper As Moneyer Asinius Gallus 16 BC

Emperor Augustus Octavian Copper As Moneyer Asinius Gallus 16 BC

Augustus (Octavian) was the founder and first emperor of the Roman Empire. He is arguably one of the best emperors and ruled from 27 BC to 14 AD. He married three time but had only one daughter who could not take the throne. He adopted his grandsons and f

£130.00

Emperor Constantius II Silver Siliqua AD 351-355

Emperor Constantius II Silver Siliqua AD 351-355

Constantius was the son of Constantine (the Great) and born in 317. He was made Caesar at the age of seven and commander of Gaul at the age of ten! He became in 337. His reign saw constant warfare on the borders, civil unrest and torment between his famil

£420.00

Emperor Domitian Copper As Moneta AD 90-91

Emperor Domitian Copper As Moneta AD 90-91

Moneta or Juno Moneta was the Roman goddess of protection of funds and has given her name to the modern words money and monetisation. In ancient Rome, the coinage was struck in the Temple of Juno and a legend tells of when Gallic warriors tried to attack

£110.00

Lucilla (Daughter of Emperor Marcus Aurelius) Brass Sestertius, 164-167 AD

Lucilla (Daughter of Emperor Marcus Aurelius) Brass Sestertius, 164-167 AD

Lucilla was the second daughter of Marcus Aurelius and Faustina II and was born 149 AD. She seems to have had a very sad life, starting with her betrothal to Lucius Verus at the age of only twelve. To make matters worse, he had been betrothed to her own m

£160.00

Faustina II or Younger (Wife of Emperor Marcus Aurelius), Brass Sestertius, 161-175 AD

Faustina II or Younger (Wife of Emperor Marcus Aurelius), Brass Sestertius, 161-175 AD

austina married Marcus Aurelius in 145 AD, however, since his predecessor, Antoninus Pius, had adopted Aurelius, he was effectively marrying his sister.

£120.00

Emperor Trajan, Silver Denarius, 108AD

Emperor Trajan, Silver Denarius, 108AD

Trajan is considered to be the most successful emperor the Roman Empire ever had, despite reigning for only 19 years. He was born in 53 AD and adopted by Nerva in 97 AD whose weak leadership needed a popular military figure to improve his standing. Howeve

£110.00

Sabina (Wife of Emperor Hadrian) Copper As, 133 AD

Sabina (Wife of Emperor Hadrian) Copper As, 133 AD

Vibia Sabina was the daughter of Trajan's' favourite niece, Matidia, and when Sabina married Hadrian in 100 AD, it would have seemed that Hadrian was set for an imperial future. They had a 37 year marriage but it was childless and rumours were rife that

£120.00

Roman, L. Autronius, Silver Denarius 180 BC

Roman, L. Autronius, Silver Denarius 180 BC

Helmeted head of Roma, right, X (a denomination mark) behind head, The Dioscuri, each holding a spear, on horseback galloping right, AVTR in monogram below, ROMA in exergue

£260.00

Roman P Fonteius P.F. Capito Silver Denarius 55BC

Roman P Fonteius P.F. Capito Silver Denarius 55BC

Obverse: [P FONTE]IVS P F CAPITO III VIR, helmeted and draped bust of Mars, right, with trophy over shoulder. Reverse: MN FONT TR MIL (MN and NT in monogram), horseman galloping right about to spear a warrior below who is attacking a third disarmed comba

£175.00

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