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TRITON XVI The A.K. Collection


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The A.K. Collection Triton XVI – Lot 1001 Collection of Roman Provincial Bronze Coins. 2nd century BC-1st century AD. Various denominations. Includes the following: 61 bronze coins of various denominations. Sixty-one (61) coins in lot. Coins Fair to Good VF. Photos and detailed descriptions available online, at http://ak.cngcoins.com. ($3000)


The A.K. Collection Lot 1001 AMC

Sutherland, C.H.V. – Kraay, C.M., Catalogue of coins of the Roman Empire in the Ashmolean Museum, part I, Oxford 1975.

Bab.

Babelon, E., Monnaies de la Republique Romain, Vol. I-II, Paris 1885.

BMCRR

Grueber, H.A., Coins of the Roman Republic in the British Museum, three volumes, Oxford 1910, reprint 1970.

BMCRE

Mattingly, M.A., Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, Vol. I Augustus to Vitellius, London 1923.

BMC (Italy)

Poole, R.S., A catalogue of the Greek coins in the British Museum. Italy. London, 1873.

CNS

Calciati, R., Corpus Nummorum Siculorum, Vol. I, o.O., 1983.

Cr.

Crawford, Roman Republic Coinage, Vol. I-II, Cambridge 1974.

Grant, FITA

Grant, M., From Imperium to Auctoritas. A Historical Study of Aes Coinage in the Roman Empire, Cambridge 1946, rep. 1969.

HN

Rutter, N.K, et.al., Historia Nummorum. Italy, London 2001.

Ke, mt 7-2007

Kellner, W., Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. Zeit der Republik, Moneytrend 7-8, 2007 p. 148-153.

Ke, mt 10-2007

Kellner, W., Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. 2. Teil: Caesar und Augustus, Moneytrend 10, 2007 p. 164-171.

RBW II

RBW collection of Roman Republican coins Part II, NAC 63, Zurich 17 May 2012.

Rec.Gen.

Waddington, W.H., Babelon, E., Reinach, Th., Recueil Général des Monnaies Grecques d’ Asie Mineure, Paris 1925, repr. Hildesheim 1976.

RIC

Sutherland, C.H.V., The Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. I, from 31 BC to AD 69, rev. ed., London 1984.

RPC

Burnett, A. – Amandry, M. – et.al., Roman Provincial Coinage, Vol. I, Paris 1992.

SNG ANS

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. American Numismatic Society, New York, 1968-.

SNG Cop.

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The Royal Danish Collection. Copenhagen 1942-1977.

SNG Morcolm

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. The John Morcom Collection of Western Greek Bronze Coins, Oxford 1995.

SNG Tüb.

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Deutschland. Münzsammlung der Universität Tübingen. 1. Heft Hispania-Sikelia, Berlin 1981.

SNG v. Aulock

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Sammlung H. von Aulock, Berlin 1957-1968.

Syd.

Sydenham, E.A., The Coinage of the Roman Republic, London 1952.

Woytek

Woytek, B., Arma et Nummi. Forschungen zur römischen Finanzgeschichte und Münzprägung der Jahre 49 bis 42 v.Chr., Wien 2003.

Youroukova

Youroukova, Y. Coins of the Ancient Thracians, BAR Sup.Ser. 4, Oxford 1976. C001 Roman protectorate SICILY Panormos As (AE; 24-25mm; 8.47g; 12h) after 241 bc. Laureate head of Janus. Rev. Bird’s wing. Rare. CNS I p. 347, 103. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1971.

C002 Roman protectorate SICILY Panormos As (AE; 21-23mm; 6.81g) 2nd to 1st cent. bc. Laureate head of Janus. Rev. Oak wreath without symbols inside; obove star. CNS I p. 347, 106; SNG ANS 597var (pellet); SNG Morcom 656. Ex Spink – Galerie des Monnaies, Genf 10 Oct 1977, 99.


C003 Sextus Pompeius SICILY uncertain mint As (AE; 27-28mm; 25.25g; 11h) ca 42-38 bc. [MAGN] Laureate Janiform head of Pompey the great. Rev. [PIVS] / IMP Prow to right. BMCRR II p. 371, 95; Cr. 479/1; RPC 671; Syd. 1044; Woytek p. 558.

C004 Sextus Pompeius SICILY uncertain mint As (AE; 29mm; 16.71g; 11h) ca 42-38 bc. [MAGN] Laureate Janiform head of Pompey the great. Rev. [PIVS] / IMP Prow to right. BMCRR II p. 371, 95; Cr. 479/1a; Ke, mt 7-2007, p. 152, pl. 24 (this coin); RPC 671; Syd. 1044; Woytek p. 558. Ex stock Sternberg Zurich 1973. C005 Julius Caesar and C. Clovius NORTHERN ITALY Milan ? Dupondius (AE; 26mm; 14.42g; 1h) Northern Italy, 45 bc. CAESAR DIC TER Bust of Victory to right. Rev. C CLOVI – PRAEF Minerva standing to left, holding trophy over shoulder with right hand and with left hand holding spear and shield, decorated with gorgoneion and from which hang streamers; before, snake. Bab. (Clovia) 11; BMCRR I p. 539, 4125; Cr. 476/1a; Ke mt 7-2007 p. 152, pl. 24; RBW II 438; RPC 601; Syd. 1025. C006 Divus Julius Caesar ITALY uncertain mint Bronze (AE; 29-30mm; 16.22g; 9h) 38 bc. CAESAR – DIVI F Head of Octavian to right with slight beard. Rev. DIVOS – [IVLIVS] Laureate head of Caesar to right. Bab. (Julia) 98; BMCRR II p. 412, 105; Cr. 535/1; Ke, mt 102007, p. 165, pl. 2 (this coin); RBW II 571; RPC 620; Syd. 1335. Ex stock Sternberg Zurich 1972.

C007 Divus Julius Caesar ITALY uncertain mint ca 38 bc.Leaded bronze (AE; 28-29mm; 11.61g; 1h) CAESAR – DIVI F Head of Octavian to right with slight beard. Rev. DIVOS – IVLIVS Laureate head of Caesar to right. Bab. (Julia) 98; BMCRR II p. 412, 105; Cr. 535/1; Ke, mt 10-2007, p. 165, pl. 3 (this coin); RBW II 571; RPC 620; Syd. 1335. C008 Divus Julius Caesar BITHYNIA Apameia Bronze (AE; 17-18mm; 3.12g; 1h) neronian, after AD 64 . DIVOS – IVLIVS Bare head of Julius Caesar to right. Rev. GENI-VM Tyche holding rudder and cornucopiae to left. Very rare. RPC p. 342. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1973. C009 Anonymous for M. Antonius CAMPANIA Capua As (AE; 17mm; 6.84g; 3h) 3735 bc. Head of Dionysos-Bacchus with ivy-wreath to right. Rev. Panther holding thyrsus in his raised fore-paw. BMC (Italy) p. 84, 23; HN (Italy) 2672 (uncertain mints); SNG Cop. Italy 342 (Capua ?). Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1961. C010 Anonymous for M. Antonius ? CAMPANIA Capua As (AE; 22-23mm; 6.48g; 6h) 37-35 bc. Head of Dionysos-Bacchus with ivy-wreath to right. Rev. Panther holding thyrsus in his raised fore-paw. BMC (Italy) p. 84, 23; HN (Italy) 2672 (uncertain mints); SNG Cop. Italy 342 (Capua ?). Ex stock Sternberg Zurich 1972. C011 Octavian ACHAEA Cephallenia - Cranium ? C. Proculeius L.F. Semis (AE; 16mm; 2.82g; 8h) Cephallenia, Cranium (?), 30-28 bc. Head of Jupiter to right; behind, monogram. Rev. C PRO-CVLEI / L – F Double axe.BMCRR II p. 534, 235; Ke, mt 10-2007, p. 165, pl. 6 (this coin); RPC 1360; Syd. 1341. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1971. C012 Augustus ? HISPANIA Osset (?) Bronze (AE; 23-24mm; 6.93g; 12h) [OSSET] ? Male head to left. Rev. Nude male figure standing to left, holding bunch of grapes (?). AMC 1064var (head to right); RPC 59; SNG Cop. 174var (head to right).


C013 Augustus GAUL Treveri Germanus Indutilli L. Quadrans (AE; 27-28mm; 2.40g; 7h) ca 10 bc. Diademed male head to right. Rev. [G]ERMANIVS / INDVTILLI F Bull butting to right. Rare. AMC 459; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 169, pl. 24 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 58, 249 and pl. 4; RPC 506. C014 Augustus GAUL Auxiliary mint of Lugdunum Quadrans (AE; 17mm; 2.00g; 11h) 10 bc. [IMP] CAESAR Laureate head of Augustus to right. Rev. AVGVSTVS Eagle standing facing with wings spread, head turned to left. Rare. AMC 367; BMCRE p. 93, 563 and pl. 20.21; C. 29; RIC I2 p. 57, 227 and pl. 4; RPC 508.

C015 Augustus HISPANIA Carthago Nova Bronze (AE; 27-29mm; 12.96g; 7h) after 27 AD. AVGVSTVS [DIVI F] Laureate head to right. Rev. C VAR RVF SEX IVL POL [IIVIR Q] Simpulum, aspergillum, securis and apex. AMC 991; RPC 167; SNG Cop. 509.

C016 Augustus SICILY Agrigentum L Clodius Rufus Procos – Salassus Comitialis Sex Rufus Iivir Bronze (AE; 21-22mm; 8.37g; 5h) after 2 bc. AVGVS[TO PP] AGRIGENTI Head to right. Rev. SALAS[SO COMITIALE SEX RVFO II VIR] around wreath within L CLODIO / RVFO / PRO COS. Grant, FITA p. 196, 1; RPC 660. C017 Augustus SICILY uncertain mint As (AE; 21-22mm; 5.39g; 9h) after 2 bc. AVGVSTVS Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [STATIVS FLACCVS P] COTTA BA II [VIR] around wreath within SISENN / PRO COS. Rare. Grant FITA p. 196, 3; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 165, pl. 10 (this coin); RPC 668.

C018 Augustus ZEUGITANIA Carthago Bronze (AE; 23-24mm; 6.85g; 12h) 10 AD. IMP [C D F A P M P P Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. P I SP D V SP IIVIR C I C around P P / D D. RPC 745; SNG Cop. 418.

C019 Augustus MACEDONIA Amphipolis Bronze (AE; 19-20mm; 5.35g; 12h) end of reign of Augustus. ΚΑΙΣΑΡ [ ] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. ΑΜ-ΦΙΠΟΛΙΤ[ΩΝ] Artemis Tauropolos on bull to right. AMC 1091; RPC 1629; SNG ANS 160. C020 Augustus MACEDONIA uncertain mint Philippi ? Bronze (AE; 17-18mm; 4.69g; 5h) 27 bc – AD 14. AVG Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. Two priests ploughing to right. AMC 1196 (Parion); RPC 1656; SNG Cop. (Parion) 282.

C021 Augustus MACEDONIA uncertain Philippi ? Bronze (AE; 18mm; 4.65g; 6h) 27 bc – AD 14. AVG Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. Two priests ploughing to right. AMC 1196 (Parion); Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167, pl. 11 (this coin); RPC 1656; SNG Cop. (Parion) 282.

C022 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 26-27mm; 13.29g; 6h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Jugate heads of Rhoemetalces, diademed, and his queen Pythodoris to right. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Jugate heads of Augustus laureate, and Livia draped to right; in field right, capricorn. AMC 850; RPC 1708; Youroukova 182. C023 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 25-26mm; 11.69g; 6h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Jugate heads of Rhoemetalces, diademed, and his queen Pythodoris to right; monogram on the neck of Rhoemetalkes. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Jugate heads of Augustus laureate, and Livia draped to right; in field right, capricorn. Rare. RPC 1709; Youroukova 185.


C024 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 24-25mm; 9.12g; 7h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Jugate heads of Rhoemetalces, diademed, and his queen Pythodoris to right. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Bare head of Augustus to right. AMC 837; SNG Cop. 1188; RPC 1711; Youroukova 204. Ex stock Kricheldorf 1960. C025 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS (AE; 23-24mm; 8.56g; 6h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Jugate heads of Rhoemetalces, diademed, and his queen Pythodoris to right. Rev. [ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ] Bare head of Augustus to right. AMC 837; SNG Cop. 1188; RPC 1711; Youroukova 204.

C026 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 22-24mm; 8.19g; 6h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Jugate heads of Rhoemetalces, diademed, and his queen Pythodoris to right. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Bare head of Augustus to right; long-necked vase in field, right. SNG Cop. 1190; RPC 1712; Youroukova 177.

C027 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 19-20mm; 4.78g; 5h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙ-ΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Diademed head of Rhoemetalces to right. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟ-Σ – ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Bare head to right. AMC 844; SNG Cop. 1192; RPC 1718; Youroukova 194. C028 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 19-20mm; 3.73g; 5h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛ-ΕΩ-Σ ΡΟΙΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Diademed head of Rhoemetalces to right. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤ[ΟΥ] Bare head to right. AMC 844; SNG Cop. 1192; RPC 1718; Youroukova 194. C029 Time of Augustus BITHYNIA Nicaea Bronze (AE; 18mm; 3.55g; 12h) Thorius Flaccus procos, ca 25 bc. ΝΙΚΑΙΕΩΝ Head of Dionysus wearing ivy wreath to right. Rev. ΕΠΙ /ΑΝΘΥΠΑΤΟΥ / ΘΩΡΙΟΥ / ΦΛΑΚ[ΚΟΥ] Head of elephant to right; left and right in field, monograms. Rare. Rec.Gen. p., 399, 18; RPC 2030. C030 Augustus ASIA CA coinage (uncertain mint) Semis (AE; 19-20mm; g; h) class 1, about 27 bc. CAISAR Bare head to right. Rev. C A in laurel wreath. AMC 695; BMCRE p. 115, 708; RIC 498; RPC 2232. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1970. C031 Augustus ASIA CA coinage (uncertain mint) As (AE; 24-26mm; 11.94g; 12h) Ephesus (?) ca 25 bc. [CAE]SAR Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. AVGVSTVS in one line in laurel-wreath. AMC 710; BMCRE p. 117, 731; RIC I2 p. 80, 486; RPC 2235.

C032 Augustus ASIA CA coinage (uncertain mint) As (AE; 24-25mm; 11.60g; 12h) class 2, ca 25 bc. CAESAR Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. AVGVSTVS in one line in laurelwreath. AMC 710; BMCRE p. 117, 731; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 164, pl. 7 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 80, 486; RPC 2235. C033 Augustus TROAS Ilium Bronze (AE; 13mm; 1.30g; 1h) after 19 bc. ΙΛΙ Bare head to right. Rev. Owl between monograms. AMC 1244; RPC 2308; SNG Cop. 386; SNG v.Aulock 7607. C034 Augustus LYDIA Tralles Bronze (AE; 21-22mm; 6.56g; 12h) Menandros Parrhasiou, after 29/8 bc. ΟΥΗΙΔΙΟΣ – ΚΑΙΣΑΡΕΩΝ Bare head of Vedius Pollio ? to right; behind, uncertain symbol (securis ?). Rev. ΜΕΝΑΝΔΡΟ[Σ] – ΠΑΡΡΑΣΙΟΥ Laureate head of Zeus to right. AMC 1363; RPC 2635; SNG Cop. 688.


C035 Augustus (?) ISLAND OFF IONIA Samos Bronze (AE; 18-19mm; 4.59g; 12h) AD 1st cent. Laureate head to right. Rev. ΣΑΜΙΩΝ Peacock standing on caduceus to right; behind, sceptre. AMC 1324; RPC 2681; SNG Cop. 1728. C036 Augustus PHRYGIA Laodicea Bronze (AE; 14-15mm; 3.04g; 6h) Anto Polemon philopatris, ca 5 bc. ΓΑΙΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ Bare head of Gaius Caesar to right. Rev. ΠΟΛΕ ΦΙΛΟΠΑΤ ΛΑΟΔΙΚΕΩΝ eagle. RPC 2900; SNG Cop. 557. C037 Augustus ? PHRYGIA Hierapolis Bronze (AE; 17-18mm; 4.55g; 6h) Charopides Sostratou, ca AD 5. ΣΕΒΑΣΤ[ΟΣ] Laureate head to right. Rev. [ΧΑΡΟ]ΠΙ[Δ]ΗΣ [ΣΟΣ] ΤΡΑΤΟΥ ΙΕΡΑΠ[ΟΛΙΤΩΝ] Apollo on horseback to right, with double axe. Rare. RPC 2957; SNG v.Aulock 3645. C038 Augustus PHRYGIA Apameia Bronze (AE; 19-20mm; 5.49g; 12h) Attalos Diotrephou, 27 bc – AD 14. ΑΠΑΜΕΩΝ Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. ΑΤΤΑΛΟΣ / ΔΙΟΤΡΕΦΟΥ Two ears of corn above maeander pattern. RPC 3125; SNG Cop. 204; SNG v.Aulock 3483. Ex Graf Klenau 66, 24 Jun 1972, 243.

C039 Livia PHRYGIA Eumeneia Bronze (AE; 14-15mm; 2.87g; 12h) Kleon Agapetos, after AD 14 (Tiberius). ΣΕΒΑΣΤΗ Draped bust of Livia to left. Rev. ΚΛΕΩΝ / ΑΓΑΠΗ/ ΤΟΣ / ΕΥΜΕΝ/ΕΩΝ in five lines in wreath. RPC 3148; SNG Cop. 392. C040 Augustus PHRYGIA ‘Eucarpia’ Bronze (AE; 16-17mm; 5.03g; 1h) Lykidas Euxenou, 27 bc. –AD 14. ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ Laureate head to right; to right, lituus. Rev. [ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΣ] ΕΥΚΑΡΠΙΤΙΚΟ[Υ ΛΥΚΙΔΑΣ ΕΥΞΕΝΟΥ] Godess standing, facing, with r. arm raised. AMC 1382; RPC 3159; SNG Cop. 367.

C041 Augustus CYPRUS uncertain mint, Paphos ? Bronze (AE; 29mm; 17.50g; 12h) Cyprus, ca AD 1. IMP AVGVST – TR POT Laureate bust of Augustus to right. Rev. SC in an oak wreath. Rare. RPC 3915.

C042 Augustus SYRIA CA coinage (uncertain mint) As (AE; 24-27mm; 10.17g; 1h) ca 28-15 bc. Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. C A in linear circle in laurel-wreath. AMC 693; BMCRE p. 115, 712; RIC I2 p. 81, 495 (Pergamon); RPC 4103 (Syria). Ex Stahlberg coll 247; ex Walcher v. Molteim coll. (Paris & Vienna 1895) 3109; auction A.E. Cahn, 25 Feb 1901,3109. C043 Augustus SYRIA CA coinage (uncertain mint) Bronze (AE; 22-23mm; 6.65g; 12h) ca 28-15 bc. AVGVST – TR POT Laureate head to right. Rev. ΛA / CA in two lines in laurel wreath. AMC 718; BMCRE p. 119, 743 and pl. 21.12; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 165, pl. 9 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 82, 504 and pl. 9 (Pergamon); RPC 4106. Ex stock von Ohlendorff 1974.

C044 Divus Augustus and Livia HISPANIA Romula (AE; 34-35mm; 24.95g; 12h) Reign of Tiberius AD 14-29. PERM [DIVI] AVG – COL ROM Radiate head of Augustus to right; above, star; in field left, thunderbolt. Rev. IV[LIA] AVGVSTA GENETRIX ORBIS Head of Livia upon globe, to left; above, crescent. RPC 73; SNG Tüb. 117.

C045 Divus Augustus and Livia HISPANIA Romula Bronze (AE; 30-32mm; 24.53g; 8h) Reign of Tiberius AD 14-37. PERM DIVI AVG – COL ROM Radiate head of Augustus to right; above, star; in field left, thunderbolt. Rev. IVLIA AVGVSTA GENETRIX ORBIS Head of Livia upon globe, to left; above, crescent. RPC 73; SNG Tüb. 117.


C046 Divus Augustus HISPANIA Tarraco Bronze (AE; 34-35mm; 20.49g; 8h) Reign of Tiberius AD 14-37. DEO – AVGVSTO Divus Augustus seated to left, on throne, holding Victory on globe with r. hand and long sceptre with l. Rev. C V T T / AETERNI-TATIS AVGVSTAE Octastyle temple. Rare. RPC 222; SNG Cop. 530. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen, Basel 1969.

C047 Divus Avugustus ACHAIA Patrae Bronze (AE; 24-27mm; 9.16g; 3h) Reign of Tiberius, AD 14-37. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER Radiate head to left. Rev. COL A A / PATRENS Togate man, holding measuring rod and vexillum with two oxen to left. RPC 1253; SNG Cop. 168.

C048 Divus Augustus MACEDONIA Amphipolis Bronze(AE; 22-23mm; 9.57g; 12h) 1st cent. AD. ΘΕΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ / ΣΕΒΑΣ[ΤΟΣ] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. ΑΜΦΙΠΟΛEΙΤΩΝ Artemis Tauropolis on bull to right. AMC 1090; RPC 1635; SNG Cop. 89. C049 Divus Augustus MACEDONIA Amphipolis Bronze (AE; 21-23mm; 8.55g; 1h) 1st cent. AD. ΘΕΟΣ ΚΑΙΣΑΡ ΣΕ-ΒΑΣΤΟΣ Bare head of Augustus to right. ΑΜΦΙΠΟΛ[EΙΤΩΝ] Artemis Tauropolis on bull to right. AMC 1090; RPC 1635.12 (this piece); SNG Cop. 89. Ex Sternberg 13, Zürich 1983, 563.

C050 Tiberius with Nero and Drusus HISPANIA Carthago Nova Bronze (AE; 2728mm; 11.54g; 3h) AD 14-37. TI CAESAR DIVI AVGV[STI F AVGVSTVS P M] Bare head of Tiberius to left. Rev. C V I N C NERO ET D[RVSVS CAESARES] QVINQ Confronted heads of Nero and Drusus. RPC 179; SNG Cop. 500.

C051 Tiberius HISPANIA Illici (Elche) Bronze (AE; 26mm; 10.91g; 9h) M Iulius Settal L Sestius Celer IIviri, AD 14-37. TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS P M Bare head of Tiberius to left. Rev. M IVLIVS SETTAL L SESTI CELER IIVIR / C-I / I-A Altar inscribed with SAL/AVG. RPC 196; SNG Cop. 512. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1969.

C052 Tiberius HISPANIA CITERIOR Cascantum Bronze (AE; 26-27mm; 10.86g; 5h) AD 14-37. TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS Laureate head of Tiberius to right. Rev. MVNICIP / CASCANTV[M] Bull to right. RPC 427; SNG Cop. 589.

C053 Tiberius ZEUGITANIA Carthago Vibius Marsus Procos III, C Cassius Felix Iivir (AE; 29-30mm; 14.12g; 2h) AD 29-30. TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VIII Bare head of Tiberius to left. Rev. C VIBIO MARSO PR COS III C CASSIVS FELIX A IIVIR / D –D / P – P Livia seated to right. RPC 742; SNG Cop. 442.

C054 Tiberius SYRTICA Sabratha Bronze (AE; 21mm; 5.86g; 12h) AD 14-37. SBRT’N Head of Dionysos to left; behind GD SY (punic letters). Rev. Capricorn with cornucopiae, rudder and globe to right. Scare. RPC 821; SNG Cop. 43.


C055 Tiberius ? MACEDONIA Amphipolis Bronze (AE; 20-21mm; 7.32g; 1h) AD 14-37. [ΤΙΒΕΡΙΟΥ ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ] ΣΕΒΑΣΤ[ΟΣ] Bare head to right. Rev. ΑΜ[ΦΙ]Π [ ]Artemis Tauropolos on bull to right. RPC 1631.

C056 Tiberius MACEDONIA uncertain mint (Philippi ?) Bronze (AE; 17-18mm; 4.49g; 12h) AD 14-37. TI AVG Bare head of Tiberius to right. Rev. Two priests ploughing to right. RPC 1657; SNG Cop. 283 (Parion). C057 Tiberius LYDIA Sardes Bronze (AE; 17mm; 6.46g; 12h) AD 14-37. ΟΠΙ[ΝΑΣ] - ΑΚΑΜΟΣ Head of Heracles to right, with lion skin knotted around neck. Rev. ΣΑΡΔΙΑΝΩΝ Apollo standing with crow and laurel branch; all within wreath. Rare. RPC 2990; SNG v.Aulock 3135.

C058 Tiberius COMMAGENE attribution not certain. Bronze (AE; 28-31mm; 13.79g; 11h) AD 19-20. TI [CAESAR] DIVI AVGVST[I F AVG]VSTVS Laureate head of Tiberius to right. Rev. PONT [MAXIM CO]S III IMP [VII TR POT X]XII Caduceus upright between two cornucopiae crossed at the tips and two crossed branches. BMCRE p. 145, 175 and pl. 26.11; RIC I2 p. 100, 90 and pl. 13; RPC 3869.

C059 Tiberius COMMAGENE attribution not certain. Bronze (AE; 29-30mm; 16.80g; 1h) AD 19-20. TI CAESAR DIVI AVGVSTI F A[VGVSTVS] Laureate head of Tiberius to right. Rev. [PONT MAXIM] COS III IMP VII TR POT XXII Caduceus upright between two cornucopiae crossed at the tips and two crossed branches. BMCRE p. 145, 175 and pl. 26.11; RIC I2 p. 100, 90 and pl. 13; RPC 3869.

C060 Claudian or Neronian ? MACEONIA Philippi Bronze (AE; 17-19mm; 3.77g; 6h) uncertain date. [V]IC AVG Victory with wreath and palm to left. Rev. COHOR / PRAE / PHIL Three standards. AMC 1108; SNG Cop. 305; RPC 1651.

C061 Claudian or Neronian? MACEDONIA Philippi Bronze (AE; 17mm; 3.13g; 11h) uncertain date. [VI]C AVG Victory with wreath and palm to left. Rev. COHO[R] / PRAE / [PHIL] Three standards. AMC 1108; SNG Cop. 305; RPC 1651.


The A.K. Collection Triton XVI – Lot 1002 Collection of Silver Coins of the Imperatorial and Julio-Claudian Periods. 1st century BC-1st century AD. Various denominations. Includes th e following: 28 Denarii, 5 Quinarii, and 2 Cistophori. Thirty-five (35) coins in lot. Coins Fine to EF. Photos and detailed descriptions available online, at http://ak.cngcoins.com. ($10,000)


The A.K. Collection Lot 1002 Bab.

Babelon, E., Monnaies de la Republique Romain, Vol. I-II, Paris 1885.

BMCRR

Grueber, H.A., Coins of the Roman Republic in the British Museum, three volumes, Oxford 1910, reprint 1970.

BMCRE

Mattingly, M.A., Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, Vol. I Augustus to Vitellius, London 1923.

C.

Cohen, H., Description historique des monnaies frappées sous l’Empire Romain, Vol. I, Paris 1880-2.

Cr.

Crawford, Roman Republic Coinage, Vol. I-II, Cambridge 1974.

Ke, mt 2002

Werdet tüchtige Geldwechsler! Fälscher und Fälschungsabwehr in der Antike, Moneytrend 7-8, 2002 p. 116-118.

Ke, mt 10-2007

Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. 2. Teil: Caesar und Augustus, Moneytrend 10, 2007 p. 164-171.

RBW II

RBW collection of Roman Republican coins Part II, NAC 63, Zurich 17 May 2012.

RIC

Sutherland, C.H.V., The Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. I, from 31 BC to AD 69, rev. ed., London 1984.

RPC

Burnett, A. – Amandry, M. – et.al., Roman Provincial Coinage, Vol. I, Paris 1992.

SNG Cop.

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Mysia, Copenhagen rep. 1982.

SNG France

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. France 5. Département des Monnaies, Médailles et Antiques. Mysie, Paris 2001.

SNG v. Aulock

Sylloge Nummorum Graecorum. Ionien, Berlin 1960.

Syd.

Sydenham, E.A., The Coinage of the Roman Republic, London 1952.

Woytek

Woytek, B., Arma et Nummi. Forschungen zur römischen Finanzgeschichte und Münzprägung der Jahre 49 bis 42 v.Chr., Wien 2003. B001 Moneyer issues of Imperatorial Rome. P. Accoleius Lariscolus Denarius (AR; 18mm; 3.41g; 11h) 41 bc. P ACCOLEIVS – LARISCOLVS Draped bust of Diana Nemorensis to right. Rev. Triple cult statue of Diana Nemorensis; behind, cypress grove. Bab. (Accoleia) 1; BMCRR I p. 569, 4211; Cr. 486/1; RBW II 471; Syd. 1148; Woytek p. 558. Ex A. Hess Nachf. 211, Luzern 8 May 1932, 65. B002 Moneyer issues of Imperatorial Rome. L. Mussidius Longus Denarius (AR; 1920mm; 4.14g; 7h) 42 bc. CONCORDIA Diademed and veiled bust of Concordia to right; below chin, cresent. Rev. L MVSSIDIVS LONGVS / Shrine of Venus Cloacina, the platform inscribed CLOACIN. Bab. (Mussidia) 6; BMCRR I p. 577, 4246; Cr. 494/42c; RBW II 509; Syd. 1093b. B003 The Pompeians Cn. Pompeius Magnus and Cn. Calpurnius Pius Denarius (AR; 18mm; 4.14g; 6h) mint in Greece, Spring 48 bc. [C]N PISO – PRO – Q Bearded head of Numa Pompilius to right, wearing diadem inscribed NVMA. Rev. MAGN / PRO COS Prow to right. Bab. (Calpurnia) 30; BMCRR II p. 361, 62; Cr. 446/1; RBW II 341; Syd. 1032; Woytek p. 558. B004 The Pompeians M. Porcius Cato Uticensis Denarius (AR; 16-17mm; 3.81g; 5h) Africa, 47-46 bc. M CATO PRO PR Female bust to right, draped, hair tied with band. Rev. VITRIX Victory seated to right, holding wreath and palm-branch. Bab. (Porcia) 9; BMCRR II p. 574, 15; Cr. 462/1c; RBW II -; Syd. 1052. Ex Münzen und Medaillen List 199, Basel April 1960, 243. B005 The Pompeians M. Porcius Cato Uticensis Quinarius (AR; 12-14mm; 1.52g; 4h) Africa 47-46 bc. M CA[TO PRO PR] Head of Liber to right, wearing ivy-wreath. Rev. VITRIX Victory seated to right, holding patera in right hand. Bab. (Porcia) 11; Cr. 462/2; BMCRR II p. 575, 20; RBW II -; Syd. 1054a. J. Hirsch 31, München 6 May 1912, 854. B006 The Caesarians C. Julius Caesar Denarius (AR; 17-19mm; 3.88g; 2h) mint moving with Caesar 49-48 bc. Pontifical emblems: culullus, aspergillum, axe and apex. Rev. Elephant walking to right, trampling dragon; in exergue, CAESAR. Bab. (Julia) 9; BMCRR II p. 390, 27; Cr. 443/1; RBW II 333; Syd. 1006.


B007 The Caesarians C. Julius Caesar Denarius (AR; 18-20mm; 3.66g; 9 h) mint moving with Caesar, 48-47 bc. Female head to right, wearing oak-wreath and diadem; behind IIT (retrograd). Rev. CAE-SAR Trophy with Gallic shield and carnyx; on right, axe. Bab. (Julia) 26; BMCRR I p. 506, 3955; Cr. 452/2; RBW II -; Syd. 1009. Ex Münchner Münzhandlung K. Kreß 120, Munich 30 Nov 1961, 644. B008 The Caesarians C. Julius Caesar Denarius (AR; 17-18mm; 3.84g; 5h) Asia mint, 48/7 bc. Head of Venus to right, wearing diadem. Rev. CAESAR Aeneas to left, carrying palladium in right hand and Anchises on left shoulder. Bab. (Julia) 10; BMCRR II p. 469, 31; Cr. 458/1; RBW II 375; Syd. 1013; Woytek p. 558. B009 The Caesarians C. Julius Caesar Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 4.03g; 4h) Spain 46-45 bc. Diademed head of Venus to right; behind, Cupid. Rev. Two captives seated at sides of trophy with oval shield and carnyx; on left, seated female captive resting head in right hand; on right, bearded captive seated with hands tied behind back; in exergue, CAESAR. Bab. (Julia) 11; BMCRR II p. 369, 89; Cr. 468/1; RBW II 413; Syd. 1014. Ex Kricheldorf List 35, Mar 1959, 57. B010 The Triumvirs M. Antonius Quinarius (AR; 13-14mm; 1.82g; 6h) Gallia Transalpina 43 bc. [MA]NT IMP Jug and raven. Rev. Victory crowning trophy. Bab. (Antonia) 7; BMCRR II p. 394, 36; Cr. 489/4; RBW II 481; Syd. 1159; Woytek p. 558. B011 The Triumvirs M. Antonius and Octavian Quinar (AR; 13-15mm; 1.59g; 8h) mint moving with Octavian 39 bc. [III] VIR – RPC Head of Concordia to right, wearing diadem and veil. Rev. M ANTON C CAESAR Two hands clasped round caduceus. B. (Antonia) 42; BMCRR II p. 498, 128; Cr. 529/4b; RBW II 567; Syd. 1195. B012 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 3.72g; 12h) mint moving with M. Antonius in 38 bc. M ANTONIVS M F – M N AVGVR IMP [TER] M. Antonius, veiled and togate, standing to right, holding lituus in his right hand. Rev. III VIR R P C COS [DESIG] ITER ET TERT Radiate head of Sol to right. Rare. Bab. (Antonia) 80; BMCRR II p. 506, 141; Cr. 533/2; RBW II 569; Syd. 1199. B013 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 18mm; 3.50g; 9h) mint moving with M. Antony 33 bc. ANTON A[VG IMP III COS DES III III V R P C] Head of M. Antony to right. Rev. ANTONIVS / AVG IMP III in two lines across field. Bab. (Antonia) 96; BMCRR II p. 523, 177; Cr. 542/2; RBW II 580; Syd. 1209. B014 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 17mm; 3.83g; 5h) mint moving with M. Antony 32-31 bc. ANT AVG / III VIR R P C Galley to right, with sceptre tied with fillet on prow. Rev. CHORTIS SPECVLATORVM Three military standards, each ornamented with two wreaths, and a prow. Rare. Bab. (Antonia) 103; BMCRR II p. 526, 185; Cr. 544/12; RBW II 586; Syd. 1214. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1968. B015 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 17-19mm; 3.76g; 5h) mint moving with M. Antony 32-31 bc. ANT AVG – III VIR R P C Galley to right, with sceptre tied with fillet on prow. Rev. LEG – V Aquila between two standards. Bab. (Antonia) 110; BMCRR II p. 528, 196; Cr. 544/18; RBW II 589; Syd. 1221. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1968. B016 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 17-18mm; 3.74g; 4h) mint moving with M. Antony 32-31 bc. ANT AVG – III VIR R P C Galley to right, with sceptre tied with fillet on prow. Rev. LEG – VI Aquila between two standards. Bab. (Antonia) 111; BMCRR II p. 528, 197; Cr. 544/19; RBW II 590; Syd. 1223. Ex Münchner Münzhandlung K. Kreß 118, Munich 22 Jun 1961, 687. B017 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 188mm; 3.37g; 10h) mint moving with M. Antony 32-31 bc. ANT AVG – III VIR R P C Galley to right, with sceptre tied with fillet on prow. Rev. LEG – VII Aquila between two standards. Bab. (Antonia) 113; BMCRR II p. 528, 198; Cr. 544/20; RBW II 591; Syd. 1224. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1973. B018 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 17mm; 3.61g; 6h) mint moving with M. Antony 32-31 bc. ANT AVG – III VIR R P C Galley to right, with sceptre tied with fillet on prow. Rev. LEG – IX Aquila between two standards. Bab. (Antonia) 116; BMCRR II 528, 201; Cr. 544/23; Ke, mt 2002 p. 118. pl. 9 and 10 (this coin); RBW II - ; Syd. 1227.


B019 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 27-29mm; 3.44g; 10h) mint moving with M. Antony 32-31 bc. ANT AVG – III VIR R P C Galley to right, with sceptre tied with fillet on prow. Rev. LEG – XI Aquila between two standards. Bab. (Antonia) 118; BMCRR II 529, 203; Cr. 544/25; RBW II -; Syd. 1229. B020 The Triumvirs Marcus Antonius Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 3.15g; 5h) mint moving with M. Antony 32-31 bc. ANT AVG – III VIR R P C Galley to right, with sceptre tied with fillet on prow. Rev. LEG – XXI Aquila between two standards. Bab. (Antonia) 136; BMCRR II p. 529, 216; Cr. 544/37; RBW II -; Syd. 1244.

B021 L. Antonius ? (brother of Marc Antony) Cistophor (AR; 26-27mm; 12.84g; 5h) Pergamon, 50-49 bc. Cista mystica within ivy wreath. Rev. Bow case between two serpents; above, monogram; left, Q; and thyrsos to right. Traces of overstrike on Av. SNG Cop. 444; SNG France 1767 (Questeur et date indéterminé); SNG v.Aulock 1867 (Ephesos). B022 The Triumvirs Octavian 32-27 bc. Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 3.89g; 8h) Spanish or northern Italian or mint traveling with Octavian in Illyricum, 35/34 bc. Bare head of Octavian to right. Rev. IMP / CAE-SAR / DIVI F Round shield with boss in the centre, ornamented with three concentric circles of dots. Rare. BMCRE I p. 56, 309 and pl. 5.17; C. 126; RIC2 p. 85, 543a and pl. 10; Sear, p. 241. B023 The Triumvirs Octavian 32-27 bc. Denarius (AR; 19-21mm; 3.82g; 2h) Italian (Rome ?) mint autumn 32 – summer 31 bc. Diademed bust of Venus to right, wearing necklace. Rev. CAESAR – DIVI F Octavian in mititary attire, advancing to left, with cloak flying behind, extending right arm and holding transverse sceptre in left hand. Rare. BMCRE I p. 100, 609 and pl. 15.3; C. 70; RIC2 p. 59, 251 and pl. 5. B024 The Triumvirs Octavian 32-27 bc. Denarius (AR; 20-22mm; 3.60g; 9h) Italien (Rome ?) mint, autumn 31 – summer 30 bc. Bare head of Octavian to left. Rev. CAESAR – DIVI F Victory standing left on globe holding wreath and palm branch over shoulder. BMCRE I p. 99, 603 and pl. 14.19; C. 64; RIC2 p. 59, 254b. Ex Frankfurter Münzhandlung E. Button 102, Frankfurt 11-12 Apr 1960, 118 B025 The Triumvirs Octavian 32-27 bc. Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 3.70g; 4h) Southern or central Italian mint, autumn 30 - summer 29 bc. Laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. IMP – CAESAR cloaked figure (Octavian ?) holding spear and parazonium, set on rostral column. BMCRE I p. 103, 633 and pl. 15.15; C. 124; RIC2 p. 60, 271 and pl. 5. Ex Voirol coll.; ex Münzhandlung Basel 1940 with original ticket “Sammlung Dr. A. Voirol”. B026 The Triumvirs Octavian 32-27 bc. Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 3.62g; 10h) Italina (Rome ?) autumn 30 - summer 29 bc. Laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. Octavian, veiled and laureate, holding whip and ploughing with yoke of oxen to right; in exergue, IMP CAESAR. BMCRE I p. 104, 638 and pl. 15.17; C. 117; RIC2 p. 60, 272 and pl. 5. B027 The Triumvirs Octavian 32-27 bc. Quinarius (AR; 13-14mm; 1.42g; 3h) Italian (Rome ?) mint, 29-28 bc. [C]AE[SAR] IMP [VII] Bare head of Octavian to right. Rev. [ASIA] – RECEPTA Victory, draped, standing left, holding wreath and palm, on cista mystica between two snakes. BMCRE I p. 105, 647 and pl. 15.20; C. 14; RIC2 p. 61, 276. B028 The Triumvirs Octavian 32-27 bc. Quinarius (AR; 14mm; 1.73g; 9h) Italian (Rome ?) mint, 29-28 bc. [CAESAR] IMP VII Bare head to right. Rev. ASIA – REC[EPTA] Victory, draped, standing left, holding wreath and palm, on cista mystica between two snakes. BMCRE I p. 105, 647 and pl. 15.20; C. 14; Ke, mt 2002 p. 118, pl. 8 (this coin); RIC2 p. 61, 276. B029 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Denarius (AR; 19-20mm; 3.60g; 6h) Spain, ‘uncertain mint 1’ Colonia Caesaraugusta?, ca bc 19-18. CAESAR / AVGVSTVS Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [O]B CIV[IS] / SERVATOS above and below oak-wreath, its ties erect in centre. Rare. BMCRE I p. 60, 330 and pl. 6.10; C. 210; RIC2 p. 44, 40a and pl. 2. B030 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 3.53g; 5h) Lugdunum, 15 bc. AVGVSTVS - DIVI F Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. Bull butting to right, left fore-foot raised, lashing his tail; in exergue, IMP X. Rare. BMCRE I p. 78, 455 and pl. 11.5; C. 139; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 169, pl. 23 (this coin); RIC2 p. 52, 167b and pl. 3.


B031 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 3.78g; 8h) Lugdunum 7-6 bc. CAESAR AVGVSTVS – DIVI F PATER PATRIAE Laureate head of Augustus to right. Rev. AVGVSTI F COS DES[IG PRINC IVVENT / C L] CAESARES Gaius and Luius Caesar, on l. and r. standing front, each togate and resting hand on shield; behind each shield, spear; above, on l., simpulum r.; on r., lituus l. BMCRE I p. 90, 533 and pl. 13.14; C. 43; Ke, mt 10-2007, 169, pl. 28 (this coin); RIC2 p. 55, 207. B032 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 3.26g; 1h) Lugdunum 2 bc – AD 4. [CAESAR] AVGVSTVS – DIVI F PATER PATR[IAE] Laureate head of Augustus to right. Rev. AVGVSTI F COS DESIG PRINC IV[VENT / C L] CAESARES Gaius and Luius Caesar, on l. and r. standing front, each togate and resting hand on shield; behind each shield, spear; above, on r., simpulum l.; on l., lituus r. Rare. BMCRE I p. 91, 540 and pl. 14.3; C. 43; RIC2 p. 56, 210. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1975. B033 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Denarius (AR; 19-20mm; 4.10g; 7h) ca 19/8 bc. P. Petronius Turpilianus, moneyer. TVRPILIANVS III VIR / FE-RON Diademed and draped bust of Fernoia to right. Rev. CAESAR –AVGVSTVS SIGN RECE Parthian kneeling to righ, extending standard with X-marked vexillum attached. Rare. BMCRE I p. 4, 14 and pl. 1.9; RIC2 p. 62, 288 and pl. 5. Ex Münchner Münzhandlung K. Kreß 119, Munich 6 Sep 1961, 849. B034 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Cistophoric tetradrachm (AR; 26-27mm; 11.80g; 1h) Ephesos, 28 bc. IMP CAESAR DIVI F COS VI LIBERTATIS P R VINDEX Laureate head to right. Rev. PAX Pax standing to left on parazonium, holding caduceus; behind, snake emerging from cista mystica; all within laureal wreath. BMCRE I p.112, 691 and pl. 17.4; C. 218; Ke, mt 10-2007, 165, pl. 5 (this coin); RIC p. 79, 476 and pl. 8; RPC 2203; SNG v.Auloch 6556 (this coin). Ex von Aulock collection. B035 Tiberius 14-37 AD. Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 33-37g; 9h) “Tribute penny” Lugdunum AD 14-35. TI CAESAR DIVI – AVG F AVGVSTVS Laureate head to right. Rev. PONTIF MAXIM Pax-Livia figure seated to right on chair, holding long vertical sceptre and branch. BMCRE I p. 126, 48 and pl. 23.4; Ke, mt 2008, p. 135, pl. 1 (this coin); RIC2 p. 95, 30 and pl. 11. Ex stock Beckenbauer München 1961.


The A.K. Collection Triton XVI – Lot 1003 Collection of Bronze Coins of the Julio-Claudian Period. 27 BC – AD 37. Various denominations. Includes the following: Augustus (33) // Divus Augustus (10) // Tiberius as Caesar (4) // Tiberius (5) // Drusus (1) // Germanicus (2). Fifty-five (55) coins in lot. Coins Fair to VF. Photos and detailed descriptions available online, at http://ak.cngcoins.com. ($5000)


The A.K. Collection Lot 1003 AMC

Sutherland, C.H.V. – Kraay, C.M., Catalogue of coins of the Roman Empire in the Ashmolean Museum, part I, Oxford 1975.

BMCRE

Mattingly, M.A., Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, Vol. I Augustus to Vitellius, London 1923.

C.

Cohen, H., Description historique des monnaies frappées sous l’Empire Romain, Vol. I, Paris 1880-2.

Ke, mt 10-2007

Kellner, W., Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. 2. Teil: Caesar und Augustus, Moneytrend 10, 2007 p. 164-171.

Ke, mt 2008

Kellner, W., Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. 3. Teil: Tiberius bis Claudius I, Moneytrend 1, 2008 p. 134-139.

RIC

Sutherland, C.H.V., The Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. I, from 31 BC to AD 69, rev. ed., London 1984.

RPC

Burnett, A. – Amandry, M. – et.al., Roman Provincial Coinage, Vol. I, Paris 1992. D001 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Signed by P. Carisius As (AE; 26-27mm; 9.56g; 11h) Emerita, ca 25-23 bc. CAESAR AVGVST TRIB – POTEST bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [P] CARISIVS / LEG / [A]VGVSTI in three lines. Rare. AMC 328; BMCRE p. 54, 298var; C. 394var; RIC I2 p. 42, 23. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1970.

D002 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 with Agippa As, cut in half to make a semis (AE; 19-27mm; 6.31g; 3h) Nemausus, ca 16/15 (?) – 10 BC. Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. Crocodile to right. AMC 415; RIC I2 p. 51, 155; RPC 523.

D003 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 with Agippa As, cut in half to make a semis (AE; 13-25mm; 4.15g; 3h) Nemausus, ca 16/15 (?) – 10 BC. Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. Crocodile to right. AMC 415; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167, pl. 20 (this coin); cf. RIC I2 p. 51, 155; cf. RPC 523.

D004 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 with Agippa As (AE; 28-29mm; 12.65g; 11h) Nemausus, ca 9/8-3 bc. IMP / DIVI F above and below heads of Agrippa to left and Augustus to right back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus has a laurel wreath. Rev. COL – NEM to left and right of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties. AMC 417; RIC I2 p. 51, 158; RPC 524.

D005 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 with Agippa As (AE; 28-29mm; 12.51g; 10h) Nemausus, ca 9/8-3 bc. IMP / DIVI F above and below heads of Agrippa to left and Augustus to right back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus has a laurel wreath. Rev. [COL] – NEM to left and right of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties. AMC 417; RIC I2 p. 51, 158; RPC 524.

D006 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 with Agippa As, cut in half to make a semis (AE; 16-26mm; 4.90g; 9h) Nemausus, ca 9/8-3 bc. IM[P] / DI[VI F] above and below; head of Agrippa to left; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath. Rev. [COL – NEM] Crocodile to right. Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167, pl. 19 (this coin); cf. RIC I2 p. 51, 158; cf. RPC 524.


D007 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 with Agippa As (AE; 26-27mm; 13.15g; 3h) Nemausus, ca AD 10/14. IMP / DIVI F / P – P above and below heads of Agrippa to left and Augustus to right back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus has a laurel wreath. Rev. COL – NEM to left and right of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties. AMC 441; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167, pl. 21 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 51, 159; RPC 525. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1973. D008 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 with Agippa As, cut in half to make a semis (AE; 16-25mm; 8.12g; 12h) Nemausus, ca AD 10/14. [IMP] / DIVI F / P – P above and below heads of Agrippa to left and Augustus to right back to back. Rev. Crocodile is chained on palm. Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167, pl. 22 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 51, 159; RPC 525. D009 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 with Agippa As, cut in half to make a semis (AE; 1627mm; 6.94g; 1h) Nemausus, ca AD 10/14. [I]MP / [DI]VI F / [P] – P above and below; head of Augustus to right; Augustus has a laurel wreath. Rev. [COL – NEM] back part of crocodile to right. RIC I2 p. 51, 159; RPC 525.

D010 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 As (AE; 27-28mm; 11.59g; 10h) Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAESAR – PONT MAX Laureate head to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. AMC 337; BMCRE p. 92, 550 and pl. 20.20; C. 240; RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4.

D011 Augustus As (AE; 25-26mm; 10.95g; 10h) Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAESAR – [PON] T MAX Laureate head to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. BMCRE p. 92, 550 and pl. 20.20; C. 240; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 169 pl. 25 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4.

D012 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 As (AE; 23-24mm; 10.06g; 2h) Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAESAR – PONT MAX Laureate head to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. Rare. AMC 338; BMCRE p. 92, 550 and pl. 20.20; C. 240; RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4.

D013 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 As (AE; 26-27mm; 9.45g; 1h) Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAESAR – PONT MAX Laureate head to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. Rare. AMC 339; BMCRE p. 92, 550 and pl. 20.20; C. 240; RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4. D014 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 Semis (AE; 19-20mm; 4.25g; 7h) Lugdunum, AD 9-14. [CAESAR AVG]VST[VS] DIVI F PATER PATRIA[E] Laureate head of Augustus to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. AMC 380; BMCRE p. 94, 568 and pl. 21.2; C. 238; RIC I2 p. 58, 234var (bare head). D015 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 C. Asinius Gallus Dupondius (AE; 25-26mm; 12.41g; 3h) 16 bc. AVGVSTVS / TRIBVNIC / POTEST in three lines in oak-wreath. Rev. C ASINIVS GALLVS IIIVIR AAAFF round SC. AMC 504; BMCRE p. 32, 159 and pl. 19.5; C. 368; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167, pl. 12 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 69, 372 corr (IIVIR). Ex Hirsch 48, Munich Jun 1966, 343a. D016 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 C. Cassius Celer As (AE; 27-28mm; 10.37g; 3h) 16 bc. CAESAR AVGVSTVS – TRIBVN[IC POTEST] Bare head or Augustus to right. Rev. [C CA] SSIVS CELER III VIR A A A [F F] around S C. AMC 521; BMCRE p. 34, 170 and pl. 19.19; C. 409; RIC I2 p. 70, 376. Ex Bourgey (Paris), List Jun 1961, 304.


D017 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 L. Naevius Surdinus As (AE; 27-29mm; 11.08g; 4h) 15 bc. [CAE]SAR AV[GVSTVS TRIBVNIC POTEST] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. L S[VRDINVS IIIVI]R AAAFF round SC. AMC 478; BMCRE p. 30, 144 and pl. 19.15; C. 473; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167, pl. 17 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 70, 386. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1970.

D018 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 C. Plotius Rufus As (AE; 28-29mm; 10.91g; 11h) 15 bc. CAESAR AVGVSTVS - TRIBVNIC POTEST Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. C PLOTIVS RVFVS III VIR A A A F F around S C. AMC 491; BMCRE p. 31, 153 and pl. 19.16; C. 504; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167, pl. 16 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 71, 389. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1967. D019 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 Lamia, Silius, Annius as IIIviri monetalis Quadrans (AE; 6-7mm; 3.70g; 4h) 9 bc. LAMIA SILIVS ANNIVS Clasped right hands holding caduceus. Rev. III VIR AAA FF round S C. AMC 556; BMCRE p. 40, 200; RIC2 p. 74, 420. D020 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 Lamia, Silius, Annius as IIIviri monetalis Quadrans (AE; 17mm; 3.23g; 12h) 9 bc. LAMIA SILIVS ANNIVS Clasped right hands holding caduceus. Rev. III VIR AAA FF round S C. AMC 556; BMCRE p. 40, 200; RIC2 p. 74, 420. Ex Hirsch 48, Munich June 1966, 344a. D021 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 Lamia, Silius, Annius as IIIviri monetalis Quadrans (AE; 15-16mm; 2.34g; 1h) 9 bc. LAMIA SILIVS ANNIVS Simpulum on left, lituus on right. Rev. III VIR AAA FF round S C. AMC 561; BMCRE p. 40, 201; RIC2 p. 74, 421. D022 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 Lamia, Silius, Annius as IIIviri monetalis Quadrans (AE; 16mm; 2.40g; 1h) 9 bc. [LAMIA] SILIVS ANNIVS Simpulum on left, lituus on right. Rev. III VIR AAA FF round S C. AMC 561; BMCRE p. 40, 201 and pl. 20.1; RIC2 p. 74, 421. D023 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 Lamia, Silius, Annius as IIIviri monetalis Quadrans (AE; 16-17mm; 3.08g; 1h) 9 bc. LAMIA SILIVS ANNIVS / S C to left and right of cornucopiae. Rev. III VIR AAA FF round garlanded altar. AMC 565; BMCRE p. 40, 202; RIC2 p. 74, 422. Ex Hirsch 48, Munich June 1966, 344a. D024 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 Pulcher, Taurus, Regulus as IIIviri monetalis Quadrans (AE; 16-18mm; 2.59g; 11h) 8 bc PVLCHER TAVRVS REGVLVS Clasped right hands holding caduceus. Rev. III VIR AAA FF round S C. Rare. AMC 571; BMCRE p. 40, 204 and pl. 20.2; RIC2 p. 75, 423.

D025 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 P. Lurius Agrippa As (AE; 27-28mm; 8.84g; 2h) 7 bc. [CAESAR AV]GVST PONT MAX TRIB[VNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. P LVRI[VS AGRIPPA] IIIVIR AAAFF round SC. AMC 576; BMCRE p. 42, 211 and pl. 20.4; C. 445; RIC I2 p. 75, 427.

D026 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 P. Lurius Agrippa As (AE; 27-28mm; 11.14g; 12h) 7 bc. [CAE]SAR AVGVST PONT MAX TR[IBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. P LVRIVS [AGRIPPA] IIIVIR AAAFF round SC. AMC 576; BMCRE p. 42, 211 and pl. 20.4; C. 445; RIC I2 p. 75, 427.

D027 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 M. Salvius Otho As (AE; 26-27mm; 11.28g; 6h) 7 bc. [CAESAR AVG]VST PONT MAX TRIB[VNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. M SALVIVS OTHO IIIVIR AAAFF around SC. AMC 619; BMCRE p. 44, 233 and pl. 20.7; C. 516; RIC I2 p. 75, 432.


D028 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 M. Maecilius Tullus As (AE; 28-29mm; 12.53g; 10h) 7 bc. CAESAR AVGVST PONT MAX TRIBVNI-C POT Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. M MAECILIVS TVLLVS III VIR AAAFF round SC. AMC 597; BMCRE p. 43, 220; C. 445; RIC I2 p. 76, 435. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1970.

D029 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 M. Maecilius Tullus As (AE; 26-27mm; 10.84g; 6h) 7 bc. CAESAR AVGVST [PONT MAX TRI]BVNIC [POT] Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. [M] MAECILIVS [TVLL]VS III VIR AA[AFF] round SC. Rare. AMC 605; BMCRE p. 43, 223; C. 446; RIC I2 p. 76, 436. D030 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 C. Naevius Capella Quadrans (AE; 14mm; 2.72g; 7h) 4 bc. C NAEVIVS CAPELLA round S C. Rev. IIIVIR AAAFF round garlanded altar with bowlshaped top. Rare. AMC 650; BMCRE p. 49, 267; C. 469; RIC I2 p. 78, 466. D031 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 C. Rubelius Blandus Quadrans (AE; 15-16mm; 2.80g; h) 4 bc. C RVBELLIVS BLANDVS round S C. Rev. III[VIR AA]AFF round garlanded altar with bowl-shaped top. Rare. AMC 652; BMCRE p. 50, 269; C. 511; RIC I2 p. 78, 467. D032 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 L. Valerius Catullus Quadrans (AE; 13-14mm; 2.87g; 3h) 4 bc. L V[ALERIVS] CATVLLVS round S C. Rev. IIIVIR AAAFF round garlanded altar with bowl-shaped top. Rare. AMC 654; BMCRE p. 50, 270 and pl. 20.15; C. 536; RIC I2 p. 78, 468.

D033 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 Dupondius (AE; 26mm; 12.52g; 11h) Asia, CA coinage, ca 27 bc. IMP CAISAR Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. C A in linear circle in wreath of laurel-leaves and rostra. AMC 691; BMCRE p. 117, 707var (CAISAR); RIC I2 p. 82, 499 and pl. 9; RPC 2230.

D034 Divus Augustus Sestertius (AE; 32-33mm; 19.49g; 10h) struck under Tiberius, AD 34-35. DIVO / AVGVSTO / SPQR Quadriga of elephants to left, with riders; figure of Augustus, radiate, in the car, r. holding laurel-branch, left long sceptre. Rev. TI CAESAR [DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XX]XVI round SC. BMCRE p. 134, 102 and pl. 24.9 (Tib.); C. 306; RIC I2 p. 98, 56 (Tib.).

D035 Divus Augustus Sestertius (AE; 35mm; 26.71g; 6h) struck under Tiberius, AD 35-36. DIVO / AVGVSTO / S P Q R in three lines; Quadriga of elephants to left, with riders; figure of Augustus, radiate, in the car, r. holding laurel-branch, left long screptre. Rev. TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXXVII round S C. BMCRE p. 135, 108; C. 307; RIC I2 p. 98, 62 (Tib.). Ex Münchner Münzhandlung K. Kress 96, Munich June 1954, 463. D036 Divus Augustus As (AE; 26mm; 10.68g; 12h) struck under Tiberius, AD 15-16. DIVVS AVGV-STVS PATER Head of Augustus, radiate, to left; in front, thunderbolt; above, star. Rev. S – C Female figure, veiled, draped, seated to right, holding patera in right hand and long sceptre in right. BMCRE p. 141, 151 and pl. 26.3 (Tib.); C. 244; RIC I2 p. 99, 72 (Tib.). Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1970.

D037 Divus Augustus As (AE; 30-31mm; 11.05g; 12h) struck under Tiberius, ca AD 22/2330. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. S – C / PROVIDENT Altar-enclosure with double panelled door; uncertain ornaments on top. BMCRE p. 141, 146 and pl. 25.12 (Tib.); C. 228; Ke, mt 2008, p. 135, pl. 4(this coin); RIC I2 p. 99, 81 (Tib.).


D038 Divus Augustus As (AE; 26mm; 9.07g; 6h) struck under Tiberius, ca AD 22/23-30. DIVVS AVGVS[TVS PATER] Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. S – C / PROVIDENT Altar-enclosure with double panelled door; uncertain ornaments on top. BMCRE p. 141, 149 and pl. 25.12 (Tib.); C. 228; RIC I2 p. 99, 81 (Tib.).

D039 Divus Augustus As (AE; 26-27mm; 10,60g; 7h) struck under Tiberius, ca AD 22/2330. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. S – C / PROVIDENT Altar-enclosure with double panelled door; uncertain ornaments on top. BMCRE p. 141, 146 and pl. 25.12 (Tib.); C. 228; RIC I2 p. 99, 81 (Tib.).

D040 Divus Augustus As (AE; 25-28mm; 6.75g; 6h) struck under Tiberius, ca AD 22/2330. [DIV]VS AVGVSTVS PATER Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. S – C / [PR]OVIDENT Altar-enclosure with double panelled door; uncertain ornaments on top. BMCRE p. 141, 146 and pl. 25.12 (Tib.); C. 228; Ke, mt 2008 p. 135 pl. 5 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 99, 81 (Tib.).

D041 Divus Augustus As (AE; 25-26mm; 10.95g; 6h) struck under Tiberius, AD 34-37. DIVVS AVGV-STVS PATER Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. S – C Eagle standing on globe, head to right, wings half-spread. BMCRE (Tib.) p. 142, 155 and pl. 26.5; C. 247; RIC I2 p. 99, 82 and pl. 12 (Tib.)

D042 Divus Augustus As (AE; 16-18mm; 10.39g; 6h) AD 34-37. DIVVS AVGV-STV[S PATER] Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. S – [C] Eagle standing on globe, head to right, wings half-spread. BMCRE (Tiberius) p. 142, 155 and pl. 26.5; C. 247; RIC I2 p. 99, 82 and pl. 12 (Tib.)

D043 Divus Augustus As (AE; 27-28mm; 10.91g; 6h) ca AD 34-37. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. S – C to left and right of winged thunderbolt, upright. BMCRE p. 142, 158 and pl. 26.4 (Tib.); C. 249; RIC I2 p. 99, 83 and pl. 12 (Tib.).

D044 Tiberius as Caesar AD 4-14. As (AE; 27-28mm; 11.07g; 10h) Lugdunum, AD 10. TI CAESAR AVGVST F IMPERAT V Laureate head of Tiberius to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. Rare. BMCRE p. 95, 575var (Augustus); C. 33; RIC I2 p. 58, 238a (Augustus). Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1981. D045 Tiberius as Caesar AD 4-14. As (AE; 25-26mm; 10.44g; 10h) Lugdunum, AD 12-. TI CAESAR AVGVST F IMPERAT VII Laureate head of Tiberius to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. BMCRE p. 95, 585 (Aug.); C. 37; RIC I2 p. 58, 245 (Aug.). Ex Frankfurter Münzhandlung E. Button 101, Frankfurt October 1959, 205. D046 Tiberius as Caesar AD 4-14. As (AE; 22-24mm; 7.76g; 8h) Lugdunum, AD 12-. TI CA[ESAR AVGVST F I]MPERAT VII Laureate head of Tiberius to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. BMCRE p. 95, 585 (Aug.); C. 37; RIC I2 p. 58, 245 (Aug.).


D047 Tiberius as Caesar AD 4-14. As (AE; 27-28mm; 10.05g; 7h) AD 10-11. TI CAESAR AVGVST F IMPERAT – V Bare head of Tiberius to right. Rev. PONTIFEX TRIBVN POTESTATE XII round SC. BMCRE p. 50, 271 and pl. 20.16 (Aug.); C. 27 (Tib.); RIC I2 p. 78, 469 and pl. 8 (Aug.).

D048 Tiberius AD 14-37. As (AE; 28-30mm; 9.65g; 6h) AD 22-23. TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VIII Bare head of Tiberius to left. Rev. [PONTIF] MAXIM TRIBVN [POTEST XXIIII] round S C. BMCRE p. 133, 91 and pl. 24.3; C. 25; RIC I2 p. 97, 44.

D049 Tiberius AD 14-37. As (AE; 26mm; 11.00g; 6h) AD 22-23. TI CAESAR DIV[I AVG F A]VGVST IMP VIII Bare head of Tiberius to left. Rev. PONTIF MAXIM TRIBVN POTEST XXIIII round S C. BMCRE p. 133, 91 and pl. 24.3; C. 25; RIC I2 p. 97, 44.

D050 Tiberius AD 14-37. As (AE; 28mm; 10.87g; 1h) AD 34-35. TI CEASAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VIII Laureate head of Tiberius to left. Rev. PON[TIF] MAXIM TRIBVN POTEST XXXVI / S –C to left and right of vertical winged caduceus. Rare. BMCRE p. 135, 107 and pl. 24.11; C. 21; RIC I2 p. 98, 53.

D051 Tiberius AD 14-37. As (AE; 26mm; 11.01g; 7h) AD 35-36. TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST IMP VIII Laureate head of Tiberius to left. Rev. PONTIF - MAX TR - POT XXXVII / S – C to left and right of rudder placed vertically across banded globe; small globe at base of rudder. Rare. BMCRE p. 138, 117 and pl. 25.1; C. 13corr; RIC I2 p. 98, 58 and pl. 12. Ex Bourgey (Paris), List Jun 1961, 307. D052 Tiberius AD 14-37. As (AE; 25-26mm; 8.43g; 4h) AD 36-37. TI CAESAR D[IVI AVG F AVGVST IMP] VIII Laureate head of Tiberius to left. Rev. [PONTIF MAX TR] POT XXXIIX / S – C to left and right of rudder placed vertically across banded globe. Scare. BMCRE p. 139, 135; C. 14corr.; RIC I2 p. 98, 64.

D053 Drusus Caesar AD 19-23. As (AE; 27-29mm; 9.67g; 7h) struck under Tiberius AD 22-23. DRVSVS CAESAR [TI AVG F] DIVI AVG N Bare head of Drusus to left. Rev. PONTIF TRIBV[N PO[TEST [ITER] round S – C. BMCRE p. 134, 99 and pl. 24.8 (Tib.); C. 2 (Drusus); RIC I2 p. 97, 45 and pl. 11 (Tib.).

D054 Germanicus died AD 19. As (AE; 27-28mm; 11.11g; 8h) struck under Gaius (Caligula) AD 37-38. GERMANCIVS CAESAR TI AVGUST F DIVI AVG N Bare head of Germanicus to left. Rev. C CAESAR AVG GERMANICVS PON M TR POT round S C. BMCRE p. 154, 49 and pl. 29.3 (Caligula); C. 1 (Germanicus); RIC I2 p. 110, 35 (Gaius). D055 Germanicus died AD 19. Dupondius (AE; 28mm; g; 5h) struck under Gaius (Caligula) AD 37-41. GERMANICVS / CAESAR in two lines across field; Germancius, bar headed and cloaked, standing in ornamented slow quadriga to right; l. holding eagle-tipped sceptre. Rev. SIGNIS – RECEPT / DEVICTIS – GERM / S – C in three lines to left and right; Germanicus, bare-headed and cuirassed with tunic, standing to left, r. raised, l. holding aquila. BMCRE p. 160, 94 and pl. 30.9 (Caligula); C. 7 (Germanicus); RIC I2 p. 112, 57 and pl. 14 (Gaius). Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1971.


The A.K. Collection Triton XVI – Lot 1004 Collection of Countermarked Roman Imperial and Provincial Bronze Coins. 27 BC – AD 37. Various denominations. Includes the following: 39 bronze coins of various denominations. Thirty-nine (39) coins in lot. Coins Fair to Fine. Mostly clean countermarks. Photos and detailed descriptions available online, at http://ak.cngcoins.com. ($1500)


The A.K. Collection Lot 1004 AMC

Sutherland, C.H.V. – Kraay, C.M., Catalogue of coins of the Roman Empire in the Ashmolean Museum, part I, Oxford 1975.

BMCRE

Mattingly, M.A., Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, Vol. I Augustus to Vitellius, London 1923.

C.

Cohen, H., Description historique des monnaies frappées sous l’Empire Romain, Vol. I, Paris 1880-2.

Giard RN

Giard, J.-B., Le Pèlerinage Gallo-Romain de Condé-sur-Aisne et ses monnaies, Revue Numismatique VIe Série – Tome X, 1968, p. 76-130.

Howgego

Howgego, C.J., Greek Imperial Countermark, London 1985.

Ke, mt 10-2007

Kellner, W., Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. 2. Teil: Caesar und Augustus, Moneytrend 10, 2007 p. 164-171.

Ke, mt 2008

Kellner, W., Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. 3. Teil: Tiberius bis Claudius I, Moneytrend 1, 2008 p. 134-139.

Pangerl coll.

Martini, R., Collezione Pangerl. Contromarche Imperiali Romane (Augustus – Vespasianus), Milano 2003.

RIC

Sutherland, C.H.V., The Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. I, from 31 BC to AD 69, rev. ed., London 1984.

RPC

Burnett, A. – Amandry, M. – et.al., Roman Provincial Coinage, Vol. I, Paris 1992.

Youroukova

Youroukova, Y. Coins of the Ancient Thracians, BAR Sup.Ser. 4, Oxford 1976. E001 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14 and Agippa. As (AE; 24mm; 10.57g; 1h) Nemausus, ca 9/83 bc. IMP / DIVI F above and below heads of Agrippa to left and Augustus to right back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus has a laurel wreath (?). Rev. COL – NEM (ligate) to left and right of a palm to which a crocodile is chained; above palm, wreath with long ties. Countermark: IMP (ligate). AMC 409ff.; cf. Coll. Pangerl 16; cf. RIC I2 p. 51, 155; cf. RPC 524 E002 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. As (AE; 24mm; 9.03g; 6h) Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAESAR – [PONT MAX] Laureate head of Augustus to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, [ROM ET AVG]. Countermark: RF in round incuse. AMC 342ff.; BMCRE p. 92, 557 with same countermark; C. 240; Coll. Pangerl p. 64, 24a; RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4. E003 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. As (AE; 24-26mm; 11.18g; 7h) Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAESAR – PONT MAX Laureate head to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. Countermark: TIB C in oval incuse. AMC 356; BMCRE p. 92, 560 with same countermark; C. 240; Coll. Pangerl p. 71, 31; RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1969; ex Niggeler coll.; ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 757. E004 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. As (AE; 25-26mm; 8.85g; h) Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAESAR – [PONT MAX] Laureate head of Augustus (?) to right. Rev. worn; front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, [ROM ET AVG]. Three Countermarks: Obv. TIB IM and AVG; Rv. TIB IM; all in square incuse. AMC 355; cf. BMCRE p. 92, 550 and pl. 20.20; C. 240; Pangerl coll. p. 108, 57var and p. 49, 9a; cf. RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4.

E005 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. As (AE; 24-25mm; 9.78g) Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAE[SAR – PONT MAX] Laureate head to right. Rev. Very worn; front elevation of altar of Lugdunum. Countermark: TIB AVG in square incuse. AMC 355; BMCRE p. 93, 559 with different countermark; C. 240; Pangerl coll. p. 70, 30var; RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4. E006 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. As (AE; 24-25mm; 9.54g; h) CAE[SAR – PONT MAX] Laureate head to right. Rev. Very worn; front elevation of altar of Lugdunum (?). Countermark: Rv. S (retrograd) E in round incuse. AMC 355; BMCRE p. 93, 559 with different countermark; C. 240; cf. Pangerl coll. p. 95, 49var (SE); RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4. Ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 757.


E007 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. As (AE; 25mm; 10.50g) AD RARE. Lugdunum, 15-10 bc. CAESAR [PONT MAX] Laureate head to right. Rev. Worn; front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. Countermark: VAR (ligate) in square incuse. AMC 347; BMCRE p. 92, 560 with different countermark; C. 240; Pangerl coll. p. 98, 52a; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 169, pl. 26 and 26a (this coin); RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4. Ex Niggeler coll; ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 756. E008 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. C. Gallus Lupercus Dupondius (AE; 26-27mm; 10.44g; 9h) 16 bc. AVGV[STVS] / TRIBV[NIC] / POTEST in three lines in oak-wreath. Rev. C GALLIVS LVPERCVS IIIVIR AAAFF round S C. Countermark: QRA (=Quintus Rustius Antiaticus ?) AMC 530; BMCRE p. 34, 173 and pl. 19.7; C. 435; Pangerl coll. p. -; RIC I2 p. 70, 378. Ex Dr. Busso Peus Nachf. 303, Frankfurt 1981, 333. E009 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Cn. Piso Cn. F As (AE; 27-28mm; 10.43g; 7h) 15 bc. [CAESAR AVGVSTVS TRIBVNIC POTEST] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. CN PISO CN F IIIVIR AAAFF round SC. Two countermark: Av. IMP AVG (ligate) and TIB IM in square incuse. AMC 470; BMCRE p. 29, 137 and pl. 19.14; Pangerl coll. p. 103, 53var and p. 108, 57var; RIC I2 p. 70, 382. E010 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. C. Plotius Rufus As (AE; 26mm; 9.69g; h) 15 bc. CAESAR [AVGVSTVS TRIBVNIC] POTEST Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. C PLOTIVS RVFVS IIIVIR ]AAAFF] round S C. Countermark: TIB AVG in square incuse. AMC 501; BMCRE p. 31, 153 and pl. 19.16; Pangerl coll. p. 70, 30var (Tullus); RIC I2 p. 71, 389. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1969; ex Niggeler coll.; ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 757. E011 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. P Lurius Agrippa As (AE; 26-28mm; 9.19g; 12h) 7 bc. [CAESAR AVGVST PONT MAX TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. P LVRIVS AG[RIPPA III] VIR AAAFF round SC. Two countermarks: IMP AVG (ligate) in square incuse; AVC in square incuse. AMC 584; BMCRE p. 42, 213var (countermark); C. 445; Pangerl coll. p. 103, 53b and p. 142, 75d; RIC I2 p. 75, 427.

E012 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. P Lurius Agrippa As (AE; 27-28mm; 9.92g; 7h) 7 bc. [CAESAR AVGVST PONT MA]X TRIB[VNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [P LVRIVS AGRIP]PA I]II VIR AAAFF] round SC. Two countermarks: Av. TIB AVG (ligate) in square incuse; Rv. IMP AV (ligate) in square incuse. AMC 584; BMCRE p. 42, 213var (countermark); Pangerl coll. p. 107, 56var and p. 103, 53b; RIC I2 p. 75, 427.

E013 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. P Lurius Agrippa As (AE; 26-28mm; 9.54g) 7 bc. [CAESA] R AVGVST PONT M]AX TRIB[VNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [P LVRI]VS AG[RIPPA III VIR AAAFF] round SC. Two countermarks: Av. TIB AVG in square incuse; Rv. IMP AVG in incuse square. AMC 584; BMCRE p. 42, 213var (countermark); Pangerl coll. p. 107, 56var and p. 103, 53b; RIC I2 p. 75, 427.

E014 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. P Lurius Agrippa As (AE; 27-29mm; 9.80g) 7 bc. [CAESAR AVGV]ST PO[NT MAX TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [P LVRIVS AGRIPP]A III[VI]R A[AAFF] round SC. Two countermarks: Av. TIB IM in square incuse and IMP AVG (ligate) in square incuse. AMC 584; BMCRE p. 42, 213var (countermark); C. 445; Pangerl coll. p. 107, 56var and p. 103, 53b; RIC I2 p. 75, 427.

E015 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. P Lurius Agrippa As (AE; 25-27mm; 9.54g; 6h) 7 bc. CAESAR [AVGVST] PONT MAX TRIBVN]IC POT Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. P [LVRIVS AG]RIPPA III] VIR AAAFF round SC. Countermark: IMP AVG (ligate) in square incuse. AMC 586; BMCRE p. 42, 214; C. 446; Pangerl coll. p. 103, 53b var (head to left); RIC I2 p. 75, 428.


E016 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. M Salvius Otho As (AE; 26-27mm; 10.78g; 3h) 7 bc. [CAESAR AVG]VST PONT M]AX TRIB[VNI[C POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. M S[ALVIVS] OTHO IIIVIR AAAFF around SC. Countermark: Av. TIB in round square. AMC 611; BMCRE p. 44, 231 with different countermark; C. 515; Pangerl coll. p. 106, 55var; RIC I2 p. 75, 431.

E017 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. M Maecilius Tullus As (AE; 25-26mm; 9.29g; 11h) 7 bc. [CAESAR AVGVST PONT MAX TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. M MAEC[ILIVS TVLLVS] III VIR AAAFF round SC. Countermark: CAESAR (ligate) in square incuse. AMC 598; BMCRE p. 43, 220; C. 445; Pangerl coll. p. 89, 43d; RIC I2 p. 76, 435. E018 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. M Maecilius Tullus As (AE; 26-27mm; 10.86g; h) 7 bc. [CAES]AR AVGVST [PONT MAX TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. M MAECILIVS [TVLL]VS III VIR AAAFF round SC. Countermark: CAESAR (ligate)in square incuse. AMC 598; BMCRE p. 43, 220; C. 445; Pangerl coll. p. 89, 43d; RIC I2 p. 76, 435. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1970; ex Niggeler coll; ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 756. E019 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. M Maecilius Tullus As (AE; 25-27mm; 9.07g; 9h) 7 bc. CAESAR AVGVST [PONT MAX TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [M MAECI]LIVS TVLLVS III VIR AA[AFF] round SC. Two countermarks: Av. TIB in round incuse; Rv. IMP AVG (ligate) in square incuse. AMC 602 and 604; BMCRE p. 43, 220; Pangerl coll. p. 106, 55c and p. 103, 53e; RIC I2 p. 76, 435. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1969; ex Niggeler coll.; ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 756. E020 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. M Maecilius Tullus As (AE; 27-29mm; 10.40g; 11h) 7 bc. [CAESAR AVGV]ST PON[T MAX [TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. M MAECILIVS TVLL[VS III VIR] AAAFF round SC. Rare. Countermark: TIB in round incuse. AMC 605; for countermark 602; BMCRE p. 43, 223; Pangerl coll. p. 106, 55var (head to right); RIC I2 p. 77, 436. Ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 757.

E021 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. M Maecilius Tullus As (AE; 25-27mm; 9.94g; 11h) AD 7 bc. [CAESAR AVGV]ST PON[T MAX TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. [M] MAECILIVS TVL[LVS III VIR AAAFF] round SC. Rare. Countermark: VICIN ?. AMC 605; BMCRE p. 43, 223; C. 446; cf. Pangerl coll. p. 76, 36; RIC I2 p. 77, 436.

E022 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. M Maecilius Tullus As (AE; 26-29mm; 9.50g; 2h) ) 7 bc. CAESAR AVGVST PONT MAX TR[IBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. M MAECILIVS TVLLVS III VIR AAAFF round SC. Scare. Countermark: TIB IM in incuse square AMC 605; for countermark 603; BMCRE p. 43, 223; C. 449; Pangerl coll. p. 73, 33c var (head to right); RIC I2 p. 76, 436. E023 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. A Licinius Nerva Silanus As (AE; 25-26mm; g; 3h) 6 bc [AVGVST PONT MAX TRIBVNIC POT Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. A LICIN N[ERVA SILAN IIIVIR AAAFF] round S C. Countermark: CAESAR (ligate)in square incuse. AMC 626 without countermark; BMCRE p. 45, 235 and pl. 20.8; C. 437; Pangerl coll. p. 89, 43var; RIC I2 p. 76, 437; cf. Giard RN p. 105, 418ff. for the countermark. Ex Hirsch 48, Munich 22 Jun 1966, 787. E024 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. A Licinius Nerva Silanus As (AE; 25mm; 9.16g; 4h) 6 bc [AVGVST PONT MAX TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [A LICIN NE] RVA SILAN [IIIVIR AAAFF] round [S] C. Two countermark: Av. TIB in round square; Rv. IMP AVG in square incuse. AMC 626; BMCRE p. 45, 235 and pl. 20.8; C. 437; Pangerl coll. p. 106, 55var and p. 103, 53var; RIC I2 p. 76, 437.


E025 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Sex. Nonius Quinctilianus As (AE; 27-29mm; 9.97g; 3h) 6 bc. [CAE]SAR AVGVST PONT MAX [TRIBVNIC POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [SEX N]ONI[VS Q]VINCTILIAN III VIR AA[AFF] round S C. Rare. Two countermarks: Rv. IMP (ligate)in square incuse and incertain in round square. AMC 631; BMCRE 45, 237; C. 474; Pangerl coll. p. 146, 79var; RIC I2 p. 76, 439.

E026 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Volusus Valerius Messalla As (AE; 27mm; 9.71g) 6 bc. [CAE]SAR AVG[VST PONT MAX TRIB]VNIC - POT Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. VOL[VSVS] VALER MESSAL IIIVIR AAAF[F] round SC. Rare. Two countermarks: IMP AVG (ligate) in square incuse; [TI]B AVG ? in square incuse. AMC 636; BMCRE p. 46, 242 and pl. 20.11; Pangerl coll. p. 103, 53h and p. 107, 56a var; RIC I2 p. 76, 441. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1969. E027 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. Volusus Valerius Messalla As (AE; 27-29mm; 8.55g) 6 bc. [CAESAR AVGVST P]ONT MAX [TRIBVNIC – POT] Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev. [VOLVSVS V]ALER MESSAL IIIVIR [AAAFF] round SC. Rare. Three countermarks: Av. TI in square incuse and TIB in round incuse; Rv. IMP AVG in square incuse. AMC 636; BMCRE p. 46, 242 and pl. 20.11; Pangerl coll. p. 105, 54var; p. 106, 55var and p.103, 53h; RIC I2 p. 76, 441.

E028 Augustus 27 bc – AD 14. (or Tiberius) As (AE; 25-26mm; 7.84g) 1 cent AD. Head to left. Rev. very worn. Three countermarks: Av. AVG and TI CAE and Rv. Uncertain in square incuse. Pangerl coll. p. 48, 8 and p. 160, 90; Howgego 577 and 602; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167 pl. 15 (this coin). E029 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 22-24mm; 10.63g; 6h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Jugate heads of Rhoimetalces, diademed, and his queen Pythodoris to right. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣ[ΤΟ]Υ Bare head of Augustus to right. Countermark: Rv. uncertain in square incuse. AMC 837; SNG Cop. 1188; RPC 1711; Youroukova 204. Ex Münchner Münzhandlung K. Kress 118, Munich 22 Jun 1961, 435. E030 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 22-23mm; 9.29g; 6h) 11 bc – AD 12. ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Jugate heads of Rhoimetalces, diademed, and his queen Pythodoris to right. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟΣ ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Bare head of Augustus to right. Countermark: Av. PK (ligate) in square incuse. AMC 837; Howgego 632; SNG Cop. 1188; RPC 1711 for countermark see 1711.14 and 26; Youroukova 204; E031 Augustus and Rhoemetalces I THRACIAN KINGS Bronze (AE; 18-19mm; 5.06g; 7h) 11 bc – AD 12. Β[ΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΡΟΙ]ΜΗΤΑΛΚΟΥ Diademed head of Rhoimetalces to right. Rev. ΚΑΙΣΑΡΟ-Σ – ΣΕΒΑΣΤΟΥ Bare head to right. Countermark: Av. Uncertain in square incuse. AMC 844; SNG Cop. 1192; RPC 1718; Youroukova 194. E032 Divo Augustus Sesterius (AE; 33-34mm; 24.34g; 1h) struck under Tiberius AD 3435. [DIVO / AVGVSTO / SPQR] Quadriga of elephants to left, with riders; figure of Augustus, in the car. Rev. TI CAESAR [DIVI] AVG F AVGVST P M TR POT XXXVI round SC. Countermark: Rv. NCAPR in square incuse. BMCRE p. 134, 102 and pl. 24.9 (Tib.); Pangerl coll. p. 37, 2var; RIC I2 p. 98, 56 (Tib.). Ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 759.

E033 Divo Augustus Dupondius (AE; 29-31mm; 15.39g; 7h) struck under Claudius, AD 41-50. D[IVV]S – AVGVSTVS / S – C Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. DIVA AVGVSTA Livia seated to left, r. holding corn-ears, l. long torch. Countermark: NCAPR in square incuse. BMCRE p. 195, 224 and 37.7 (Cla.); Pangerl coll. p. 37, 2var; RIC I2 p. 128, 101 (Cla.).


E034 Agrippa, died 12 bc. (AE; 26mm; 10.41g; 2h) struck under Caligula, AD 37-41. M AGRIPPA L - F COS III Head of Agrippa to left, wearing rostral crown. Rev. S – C to left and right of Neptune standing to left, cloaked, in right hand holding small dolphin, in left, vertical trident. Countermark: Rv. TI AV in square incuse. BMCRE p. 143, 167 with same cmk (Tiberius); Pangerl coll. p. 105, 54var; Ke, mt 2008 p. 139, pl. 11 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 112, 58 and pl. 14 (Gaius). E035 Agrippa, died 12 bc. As (AE; 27mm; 10.87g; 7h) struck under Caligula, AD 37-41. M AGRIPPA L - F COS III Head of Agrippa to left, wearing rostral crown. Rev. S – C to left and right of Neptune standing to left, cloaked, in right hand holding small dolphin, in left, vertical trident. Countermark: TIAV in oblong incuse to left head of Neptun. BMCRE p. 143, 167 with same cmk (Tiberius); Ke, mt 2008 p. 135 pl.10 (this coin); RIC I2 p. 112, 58 and pl. 14 (Gaius). E036 Agrippa, died 12 bc. As (AE; 28-29mm; 11.10g; 7h) struck under Caligula, AD 3741. M AGRIPPA L - F COS III Head of Agrippa to left, wearing rostral crown. Rev. S – C to left and right of Neptune standing to left, cloaked, in right hand holding small dolphin, in left, vertical trident. Countermark: TI C A in oblong incuse in field left. BMCRE p. 142, 161 and pl. 26.7(Tib.); Pangerl coll. p. 109, 58c; RIC I2 p. 112, 58 and pl. 14 (Gaius). Ex Sydenham coll. (Glendining 24 Nov 1948) 757.

E037 Tiberius AD 14-37. As (AE; 26-28mm; 9.02g; 1h) AD 15-16. [TI] CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVS[T ] Bare head of Tiberius to right. Rev. [PONTIF MAXIM TRIBVN] POTEST XVII / S - C Draped female figure seated to right, feet on stool, left holding long sceptre. Countermark: CAESAR (ligate) in square incuse. BMCRE p. 128, 65 and pl. 23.14; C. 17; Pangerl coll. p. 89, 43var; RIC I2 p. 96, 33 and pl. 11.

E038 Tiberius (?) AD 14-37. As (AE; 25-26mm; 8.81g) AD 14-37. Head to left. Rev. very worn. Countermark: TIB in round incuse. Pangerl coll. p. 69, 29 or p. 106, 55.

E039 Tiberius AD 14-37. MACEDONIA Pella C Baebius P f L Rusticelius Baterna Iiviri Quinq Bronze (AE; 24-25mm; 8.76g; 6h) AD 14-37. TI CAESAR – AVG[ ] Head of Tiberius to right. Rev. [C BAEBIVS P F L / RVSTICE]LIVS / [BAS]TERNA / IIVIR QVI]NQ / [DD] in five lines. Countermark: Av. PEL. RPC 1537 same countermark 12 and 28. Ex stock Münzen und Medaillen Basel 1969.


The A.K. Collection Triton XVI – Lot 1005 Collection of Ancient Imitation and Fourées of silver and bronze coins of the Roman Republican and Julio-Claudian Periods. 2nd century BC-1st century AD. Various denominations. Includes the following: Denarii (3) // Fourrées (9) // Dupondii (4) // Asses (5). Twenty-one (21) coins in lot. Coins Fair to Fine. A number of fourrés with plating broken. Photos and detailed descriptions available online, at http://ak.cngcoins.com. ($1500)


The A.K. Collection Lot 1005 Bab.

Babelon, E., Monnaies de la Republique Romain, Vol. I-II, Paris 1885.

BMCRR

Grueber, H.A., Coins of the Roman Republic in the British Museum, three volumes, Oxford 1910, reprint 1970.

BMCRE

Mattingly, M.A., Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum, Vol. I Augustus to Vitellius, London 1923.

C.

Cohen, H., Description historique des monnaies frappées sous l’Empire Romain, Vol. I, Paris 1880-2.

Cr.

Crawford, Roman Republic Coinage, Vol. I-II, Cambridge 1974.

Giard RN

Giard, J.-B., Le Pèlerinage Gallo-Romain de Condé-sur-Aisne et ses monnaies, Revue Numismatique VIe Série – Tome X, 1968, p. 76-130.

Ke, mt 2002

Werdet tüchtige Geldwechsler! Fälscher und Fälschungsabwehr in der Antike, Moneytrend 7-8, 2002 p. 116-118.

Ke, mt 7-2007

Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. Zeit der Republik, Moneytrend 7-8, 2007 p. 148-153.

Ke, mt 10-2007

Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. 2. Teil: Caesar und Augustus, Moneytrend 10, 2007 p. 164-171.

Lanz coll.

M. Kostial, Kelten im Osten. Gold und Silber der Kelten in Mittel- und Osteuropa. Sammlung Lanz, München 1997.

Pangerl coll.

Martini, R., Collezione Pangerl. Contromarche Imperiali Romane (Augustus – Vespasianus), Milano 2003.

RBW II

RBW collection of Roman Republican coins Part II, NAC 63, Zurich 17 May 2012.

RIC

Sutherland, C.H.V., The Roman Imperial Coinage, Vol. I, from 31 BC to AD 69, rev. ed., London 1984.

Syd.

Sydenham, E.A., The Coinage of the Roman Republic, London 1952. F001 M. Metellus Q.F. Denarius fourrée (AR; 17mm; 3.03g) Head of Apollo to right; hair tied with band; below chin, star. Rev. weird inscription of M METELLVS Q F Macedonian shield. Prototype: Cf. Bab. (Caecilia); cf. Cr. 369/1; Ke, mt 2002 p. 117, pl. 5; Ke, mt 7-2007 p. 152 pl. 27 (this coin); cf. Syd. 719. F002 Imitation from the Balkan Area Denarius (AR; 18mm; 3.83g; 11h) of the type of C. Naevius Balbus. Diademed head of Venus to right; behind, signs. Rev. Remains of legend C NAE BALB Victory in triga to right; above, X. Prototype: Cr. 382/1b; Lanz coll. 1018; Ke, mt 7-2007 p. 152 pl.28 (this coin). Ex Leu 79, Zürich 31 Oct 2000, 178. F003 Imitation ? Q. Cassius Longinus Denarius (AR; 18-19mm; 4.45g; 5h) ca 55 bc. Q CASSIVS – LIBERT Head of Libertas to right. Rev. Curule chair within temple of Vesta; in left field, urn and in right field, tablet inscribed AC. Bab. (Cassia) 8; BMCRR I 3873; Cr. 428/2; RBW II 310; Syd. 918. F004 Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio Denarius Fourrée (AR; 18-19mm; 2.69g; 3h) ca 47-46 bc. [Q] METELL / SCIPIO IMP Laureate head of Africa to right, wearing elephant skin; in right field, ear of corn and below, plough. Rev. EPPIVS – LEG F C Hercules standing facing with right hand on hip and resting left on club draped with a lion’s skin. Bab. (Caecilia) 50; BMCRR II p. 573, 10; Cr. 461/1; RBW II 380; Syd. 1051. F005 C. Julius Caesar Denarius Fourrée (AR; 19mm; 2.91g; 9h) ca 46-45 bc. Diademed and draped bust of Venus to left, with star in hair and sceptre over shoulder; traces of Cupid perched on shoulder and lituus in field left. Rev. Trophy with helmet, cuirass, two spears, two carnyces, one shield is oval, the other oblong; at foot, on left, gaul, knelling on one knee; on left, Gallia seated; in exergue, CAESAR. Bab. (Julia) 12; BMCRR II p. 368, 86; C. 14; Cr. 468/2; RBW II 414; Syd. 1015. F006 Lollius Palicanus Denarius Fourrée (AR; 18-19mm; 3.09g; 6h) ca 45 bc. LIBERTATIS Diademed head of Libertas to right. Rev. PALIKANVS Rostra on which stands subsellium. Bab. (Lollia) 2; BMCRR I, 4011; Cr. 473/1; Ke, mt 2002, p.117, pl. 6; RBW II 426; Syd. 960.


F007 Imitation Sextus Pompeius Magnus Pius Barbaric ? As (AE; 27-28mm; 21.71g; 12h) MAGN Laureate Janiform head of Pompey the great. Rev. PIVS / IMP Prow to right. C. 16; Cr. 479/1a; Ke, mt 7-2007 p. 169f. pl. 26 (this coin); Syd. 1044a.

F008 Sextus Pompeius Magnus Pius Denarius Fourrée (AR; 17-19mm; 2.85g; 11h) ca 37-36 bc. MAG PIVS IMP ITER Head of Cn. Pompeius Magnus to right; behind, jug and before, lituus (off-flan). Rev. [PRAEF / CLA]S ET ORAE / [MARIT] EX SC Neptune standing to left, foot on prow, between the brothers Anapias and Amphinomus with their parents on their shoulders. Bab. (Pompeia) 27; BMCRR II p. 560, 7; C. 17; Cr. 511/3a; RBW II 539; Syd. 1344; Woytek p. 558.

F009 Imitation Divus Julius Caesar Gallic. Dupondius (AE; 28-29mm; 11.91g; 9h) 1st cent. bc. CA[ ] – DIV[ ] Head to right. Rev. Head to right. Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 165 pl. 4 (this coin); cf. RPC 620. Ex Rosen coll.; ex Ars et Numus (Nascia), Dec 1976, 195.

F010 Augustus Denarius fourrée (AR; 18mm; 3.38g; 8h) ca 19-18 bc. CAESAR / AVGVSTVS Laureate head to right. Rev. DIVVS – IVLIVS Eight-rayed comet with tail upwards. Rare. Cf. BMCRE I p. 59, 323; C. 98; RIC2 p. 44, 37a.

F011 Augustus Denarius fourrée (AR; 19-20mm; 3.17g; 3h) ca bc 18-17/16. Bare head to right. Rev. AVGVSTVS Capricorn to right; holding globe attached to rudder, above its back, cornucopiae. BMCRE I p. 62, 346; C. 21; RIC2 p. 50, 126.

F012 Augustus Denarius fourrée cast ? (AR; 18-19mm; 3.80g; 9h) ca9-8 bc. [AVGVSTVS] DIVI F Laureate head to right. Rev. C CAES [AVGVS F] Caesar galloping to right, holding reins, left sword and shield; behind, eagle between two standards. BMCRE I p. 86, 500; C. 40; RIC2 p. 54, 199. F013 Imitation Augustus Denarius (AR; 17-18mm; 1.89g; 9h) barbarized version of CAESAR AVGVSTVS – DIVI F PATER PATRIAE Laureate head to right. Rev. barbarized version of AVGVSTI F COS DES[IG PRINC IVVENT / C L] CAESARES Gaius and Luius Caesar, on l. and r. standing front, each togate and resting hand on shield; behind each shield, spear; above, on l., simpulum r.; on r., lituus l. Cf. BMCRE I p. 89, 519 and note *; cf. C. 43; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 169 pl. 30 (this coin); cf. RIC2 p. 55, 207. F014 Augustus Denarius fourrée (AR; 17-18mm; 2.18g; 6h) ca 7-6 bc. CAESAR AVGVSTVS – DIVI F PATER PATRIAE Laureate head to right. Rev. AVGVSTI F COS DES[IG PRINC IVVENT / C L] CAESARES Gaius and Luius Caesar, on l. and r. standing front, each togate and resting hand on shield; behind each shield, spear; above, on r., simpulum l.; on l., lituus r. Cf. BMCRE I p. 91, 540; Ke, mt 2007 p. 169 pl. 29 (this coin); cf. RIC2 p. 56, 210. F015 Imitation Augustus und Agippa Barbaric As (AE; 26mm; 11.58g; 10h) ca 9/8-3 bc. IMP / [DIVI F] above and below heads of Agrippa to left and Augustus to right back to back; Agrippa wears a rostral crown combined with a laurel wreath; Augustus is bare-headed. Rev. COL – NEM to left and right of a palm to which a crocodile is chained. Uncertain round countermark on Rv. Ke, mt 10-2008 p. 167 pl. 18 (this coin); Pangerl coll. -; cf. RIC I2 p. 51, 155; RPC 523. F016 Imitation Augustus Gallic As (AE; 23-24mm; 9.38g; 5h) 1st cent. Barbarized version of inscription. Laureate head to right. Rev. Front elevation of altar of Lugdunum; to left and right, Victories on columns, facing each other; below, ROM ET AVG. Rare. Cf. BMCRE p. 92, 550; cf. C. 240; cf. Giard RN p. 108, 1056ff and pl. IX,1062; Ke, mt 10 2007 p. 169 pl. 27 (this coin); cf. RIC I2 p. 57, 230 and pl. 4.


F017 Imitation Augustus Bronze (AE; 22-23mm; 2.72g) Illegible legend. Laureate bust to left. Rev. Imitation of front elevation of altar of Lugdunum. Ke, mt 2008 p. 135 pl.7 (this coin); cf. Giard RN p. 109, 1101ff and pl. IX, 1114.

F018 Imitation Augustus Barbaric Dupondius (AE; 26-29mm; 5.03g) Retrograde inscription copying AVGVSTVS / TRIBVNIC / POTEST in three lines in oak-wreath. Rev. S C around illegible inscription. Countermark: Rv. IVL (?) and IT CAE. Cf. BMCRE p. 29, 136 and pl. 19.1; cf. C. 378; Pangerl coll.-; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167 pl. 14 (this coin); cf. RIC I2 p. 65, 324ff.

F019 Imitation Augustus L. Naevius Sardinus Dupondius (AE; 26-27mm; 10.72g; 6h) ca 15 or later. AVGVSTV / RBVNIC / POTEST in three lines in oak-wreath. Rev. [L SVR]DINIVS IIIVIR AA[AFF] round SC. Cf. BMCRE p. 30, 144 and pl. 19.15; cf. C. 473; Ke, mt 10-2007 p. 167 pl. 13 (this coin); cf. RIC I2 p. 70, 384.

F020 Imitation Augustus Gallic As (AE; 25mm; 6.18g; 7h) ca AD 22 or later. DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER Radiate head of Augustus to left. Rev. [P]ROVIDEN[T] / S – C to left and right, Altar-enclosure with double panelled door; uncertain ornaments on top. Cf. BMCRE p. 141, 146 and pl. 25.12 (Tib.); C. 228; Ke, mt 2008 p. 135 pl. 6 (this coin); cf. RIC I2 p. 99, 81 (Tib.); cf. Giard RN p. 111, 1161ff and pl. X.1164. F021 Imitation Germanicus Dupondius (AE; 26-27mm; 9.87g; 6h) ca AD 37-41. GERMANICVS / CAESAR in two lines across field; Germancius, bar headed and cloaked, standing in ornamented slow quadriga to right. Rev. SIGNIS – RE[CEPT] / DEVICTIS – GE[RM] / S – C in three lines to left and right; Germanicus, bare-headed and cuirassed with tunic, standing to left, r. raised, l. holding aquila. Countermark: Rv. TIN in square incuse. BMCRE p. 161, 101 barbarous imitation with different countermark (Caligula); C. 7 (Germanicus); Pangerl coll. -; RIC I2 p. 112, 57 and pl. 14 (Gaius).


The A.K. Collection Individual Lots

841. Moneyer issues of Imperatorial Rome. P. Clodius M.f. Turrinus. 42 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 4.01 g, 12h). Rome mint. Laureate head of Apollo right; lyre to left / Diana Lucifera standing facing, head right, bow and quiver on her shoulder, holding lighted torch in each hand; Â • F down left, p • CLODiuÍ down right. Crawford 494/23; CRI 184; Sydenham 1117; Kestner 3724-8; BMCRR Rome 4290; Claudia 15. Superb EF, toned. ($750) Ex Sternberg VII (24 November 1977), lot 461.

862. The Pompeians. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius Scipio. 47- Spring 46 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.79 g, 7h). Military mint traveling with Scipio in Africa. Laureate head of Jupiter right; œ • ÂeTeL around right, piuÍ below / Elephant advancing right; ÍCipiO above, iÂp below. Crawford 459/1; CRI 45; Sydenham 1050; Kestner 3580-3581; BMCRR Africa 1; Caecilia 47. Near EF, toned. ($750) Ex J. Schulman 233 (28 March 1960), lot 1124.

892. The Caesarians. Julius Caesar. Late 46-early 45 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.83 g, 2h). Military mint traveling with Caesar in Spain. Head of Venus right, wearing stephane; Cupid behind shoulder / Trophy of Gallic arms between two seated captives: female (Gallia) and bearded male; CAeÍAr in exergue. Crawford 468/1; CRI 58; RSC 13; Sydenham 1014; Kestner 3641-3643; BMCRR Spain 86. Good VF, toned. ($500) Purchased from Münzen and Medaillen AG in 1966.

903. The Caesarians. Julius Caesar. February-March 44 BC. AR Denarius (17mm, 3.88 g, 7h). Rome mint. P. Sepullius Macer, moneyer. Wreathed and veiled head right; CAeÍAr DiCT perpeTuO around / Venus standing left, holding Victory and scepter, to right at feet, shield set on ground; ÂACer down left; [p • Íep]uLLiuÍ down right. Crawford 480/13; Alföldi Type IX, 98 (A49/R13 – this coin); CRI 107d; RSC 39; Sydenham 1074; Kestner 3688; BMCRR Rome 4173. VF, toned. ($1500) Ex Walter Niggeler Collection (not in the Leu/Münzen und Medaillen sale); Ernst Justus Haeberlin Collection (A.Cahn/A. Hess, 17 July 1933), lot 2840.


923. The Republicans. Brutus. Late summer-autumn 42 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 3.81 g, 11h). Military mint traveling with Brutus and Cassius in western Asia Minor or northern Greece. Pedanius Costa, legate. Laureate head of Apollo to right; Leg up left, COÍTA down right / Trophy composed of cuirass, crested helmet, oval shield with incurved sides, and two crossed spears; iÂp up left, BruTuÍ down right. Crawford 506/2; CRI 209; RSC 4; Sydenham 1296; Kestner 3775-6; BMCRR East 59-61. Near EF, toned. ($1500) Ex Kunst und Münzen 5 (18 November 1970), lot 108.

939. The Triumvirs. Mark Antony and Octavian. Spring-early summer 41 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.62 g, 12h). Ephesus mint. M. Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Antony right; [ • ANT • if Yg • iii •] uir • r • p • C •  BArBAT • œ • p around / Bare head of Octavian right, wearing slight beard; CAeÍAr • iÂp • pONT • iii • uir • r • p • C • around. Crawford 517/2; CRI 243; RSC 8a; Sydenham 1181; Kestner 3793-5; BMCRR East 100. Good VF, toned. ($1000)

993. The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 30-summer 29 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.88 g, 2h). Italian (Rome?) mint. Bare head right / Naval and military trophy facing, composed of helmet, cuirass, shield, and crossed spears, set on prow of galley right; crossed rudder and anchor at base; iÂp CAeÍAr across field. CRI 419; RIC I 265a; RSC 119; BMCRE 625 = BMCRR Rome 4352; BN 57-63. Good VF, toned, a couple of banker’s marks in left field of obverse. ($1000) Ex Walter Niggeler Collection (not in the Leu/Münzen und Medaillen sale); Münzen und Medaillen AG XIII (17 June 1954), lot 612.

1006. Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.80 g, 6h). Spanish mint (Colonia Caesaraugusta?). Struck circa 19-18 BC. CAESAR AVGVSTVS, head right, wearing oak wreath / DIVVS IVLIVS, eight-rayed comet with tail upwards. RIC I 37a; RSC 98; BMCRE 323-5 = BMCRR Gaul 135-7; ACIP 4039; BN 1292-7. Good VF, toned. ($1000) Purchased from Kricheldorf, 1960.

1007. Augustus. 27 BC-AD 14. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.56 g, 7h). Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?). Struck circa 19 BC. CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / [OB · CI]VIS above, SERVATOS below, S · P · Q · R/ CL · V in two lines inscribed on round shield within oak wreath. RIC I 79a; RSC 215; BMCRE 381-2 = BMCRR Rome 4393-4; ACIP 4376; BN 1144-9. Good VF, toned, banker’s mark on obverse. ($750) Purchased from J. Florange, 1961.


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