Ancient Coins of Rome as a Republic
2nd - 1st Century BC
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Late Roman Republic. The Pompeians. Cnaeus Pompey Jr. Summer 46-Spring 45 BC. Large bronze As, Corduba mint. Laureate head of Janus; I (mark of value) above / Prow of galley right; [C]N [(MA)G] above, I (mark of value) to right, IMP below. 32.5mm, 25.76 g. ref: Crawford 471/1; CRI 53; Sydenham 1040; RPC I 486; RBW 1646 for type. Dark green patina, light roughness. Fine. From the Crescent Collection; Ex CNG. #CR3315: $275


Roman Republic, 169-158 BC. Large bronze As. Uncial standard. Rome mint. Laureate head of bearded Janus; I (mark of value) above / Prow of galley right; I (mark of value) to right; above, gryphon advancing right, trampling on head of hare. 32.5mm, 18.51 g. ref: Crawford 182/2 (citing 16 specimens in Paris); Sydenham 284. Dark green patina; irregular (broken?) flan. VF. Ex E.E. Clain-Stefanelli Collection (Naville 25, 25 September 2016), lot 329; Ex CNG. #CR3344: $275


Roman Republic. L. Marcius Philippus. Silver Denarius struck 57 BC. Rome mint. Diademed head of Ancus Marcius right; lituus to left / Equestrian statue right on aqueduct; flower below horse. 17mm, 3.68 g. ref: Crawford 425/1; Sydenham 919; Marcia 28; RBW 1524 for type. Toned, scattered porosity, reverse struck off center. VF. Ex CNG. Excellent portrait! #CR3323: $299


Roman Republic. L. Antestius Gragulus, silver denarius struck 136 BC. Head of Roma right in winged helmet, GRAG behind, X (mark of value) below chin / Jupiter in galloping quadriga right, hurling thunderbolt and holding scepter, L•ANTES below horses; ROMA in exergue. ref: Crawford 238/1; Antestia 9; Sydenham 451 for type. Size: 18.21mm, 3.91 g. Grades Fine+. ex Marc Breitsprecher, Classical Numismatist. #CR3341: $199


Roman Republic. M. Atilius Saranus, silver denarius struck 148 BC. SARAN behind head of Roma right in winged helmet, X below chin / The Dioscuri on horseback galloping right, M•ATILI below horses, ROMA in exergue. 19.01mm, 3.80 g. ref: Crawford 214/1a; Atilia 8; Sydenham 398 for type. Good Fine+, very slight bend in flan at edge at 10:00. ex Marc Breitsprecher, Classical Numismatist. #CR3342: $225


Roman Republic. P. Aelius Paetus, silver denarius struck 138 BC. Head of Roma right, wearing winged helmet, X (mark of value) behind / Dioscuri riding right, each holding lance, P PAETVS / ROMA in exergue. 18mm, 3.86 g. ref: Crawford-233/1, Sydenham-455 for type. VF. ex Bal Harbour Collection; Ex Stephen Album, Santa Rosa, CA. #CR3406: $275 SOLD


Roman Republic. C. Gargonius, M. Vergilius, Ogulnius, silver denarius struck 86 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right / Jupiter hurling thunderbolt from galloping quadriga right. 20.23mm, 3.69 g. ref: Crawford 350a/2; Gargilia 1, Ogulnia 5,Vergilia 3; Sydenham 723. Nicely toned near VF. An issue by Gargonius Vergilius and Ogulnius who were triumviri moneyers in 86 BC. Ex Marc Breitsprecher, Classical Numismatist. #CR3297: $250 SOLD


Republican Rome. Caecilia 43. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius. Silver denarius, struck 81 BC. Diademed head of Pietas rt., stork standing before / Elephant walking left, Q. C. M. P. I. in ex. 18 mm, 3.45 g. ref: Sear 301, Crawford 374/1; Syd 750. Nice coin with crisp detail. #17046: $375


Roman Republic. Q Titius Denarius. 90 BC. Head of Mutinus Titinus (Priapus) right, wearing winged diadem / Pegasus springing right, Q TITI on base. ref: Titia 1, Cr341/1, Syd 691, sear 238. 19 mm, 3.82 g. Dark grey cabinet tone. Excellent Pegasus! Obverse slightly off-struck, scratched in field. #CR2014: $250
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EARLY Roman Republic, c. 4th Century BC.
Fantastic cast-bronze "Aes Formatum". Formed in the shape of an animal in profile. Extremely interesting and very rare. Large 53 mm (2 1/16"), 23.36 g. Nice olive-green patina with light earthen deposits. Named "aes formatum" by Haeberlin, this very rare bronze currency was a precursor to the issues of aes grave but later than aes rude. Ex-Spanish private collection. #CR2603: $325
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Roman Republic. Afriania 2. Spurius Africanus.
HUGE bronze As, struck 150 BC. Head of Janus, I above / Prow right, S AFRA above, dolphin before, ROMA below. ref: Cr206/2, RRC 206.2, RCV 722 II. 32.5 mm, 22.54 g. Ex-Monnaies d'Antan. #CR2608: $150



Roman Republic. Marcia 2. Q Marcius Libo.
HUGE bronze As, struck 148 BC. Laureate head of Janus, I above / Prow of galley right; Q MARC above, LIBO before, ROMA below. ref: Crawford 215/2a; Sydenham 396; BMCRR 702, RRC 215.2, RCV 724. 32 mm, 25.41 g. Ex-Monnaies d'Antan. #CR2609: $175


Roman Republic. Terentia 4.
GIGANTIC bronze As, struck 169-157 BC. Laureate head of Janus / Prow right, VARO monogram above, ROMA below. ref: Syd 364, Cr185/1, sear5 #1121, RRC 185.1, RCV 711. 34 mm, 27.76 g. Ex-Monnaies d'Antan. #CR2605: $175


Roman Republic. Opeimia 1.
Opeimi, HUGE bronze As, struck 169-158 BC, Rome Mint, Laureate head of Janus, I above. / Prow right, OPEIMI monogram above, I before, ROMA in ex. ref: C188/1, RRC 188.1, RCV 702. 30 mm, 24.56 g. Ex-Monnaies d'Antan. #CR2607: $150


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Octavian, silver denarius, struck 30-29 BC to commemorate the defeat of Marc Antony and Cleopatra at the battle of Actium! Struck just as his transition from Octavian to Augustus. Bare head of Octavian right / Octavian in quadriga facing on triumphal arch for Victory at Actium inscribed IMP CAESAR. ref: RSC 123, RIC 267, sear5 #1558. 20 mm, 3.57 g. Fantastic piece! GV0697x2: $750 SOLD

Roman Republic. M. Volteius Mf. AR Denarius of 78 BC. Laureate bust of Jupiter right / Temple of Jupiter Capitolinus with closed doors; thunderbolt on pediment; M VOLTEI MF in ex. 19 mm, 3.7 g. Crawford 385/1; Sydenham 774; Volteia 1. Near-EF. An excellent coin with gorgeous detail! Probably relates to a principal agonistic festival celebrated annually in Rome. Jupiter and his temple, here displayed, refer to the ludi Romani, celebrated in September. GV0727: $275 SOLD

Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius, Legion XIII. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / LEG XIII, aquila and two legionary standards. 17 mm, 3.24 g. Syd 1237, RSC 0049. No.7215. Very Fine. Excellent obverse detail, some fine abrasions on reverse. Struck by Antony, some say with Cleopatra's silver, to fund his fleet against Octavian at the decisive Battle of Actium, where he was defeated. Octavian later became Augustus, the first Emperor of Rome. #GV0699: $175 SOLD

Julius Caesar! Silver denarius, struck April-August 49 BC. Military mint traveling with Caesar. Elephant advancing right, trampling on horned serpent, CAESAR in exergue / Emblems of the pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, securis, and apex. 19 mm, 3.97 g. ref: Crawford 443/1; cf. CRI 9; cf. Sydenham 1006; cf. RSC 49. Nice VF, toned, small scratch below trunk. Great tone. ex-Classical Numismatic Group (CNG). Gorgeous! #284269x2: $1200 SOLD

Julius Caesar! Silver denarius, struck April-August 49 BC. Military mint traveling with Caesar. Elephant advancing right, trampling on horned serpent, CAESAR in exergue / Emblems of the pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, securis, and apex. 18 mm, 3.83 g. ref: Crawford 443/1; cf. CRI 9; cf. Sydenham 1006; cf. RSC 49. EF! Great tone. ex-Classical Numismatic Group (CNG). A gorgeous coin. #286302x2: $1200 SOLD

Republican Rome. Minucius Thermus Mf. Silver denarius of 103 BC. Helmeted head of Mars left / Q-TERM-MF below two warriors in combat, one on left protecting a fallen man. ref: Minucia 19, Syd 592, Cr319/1, Sear 197. 22 mm, 3.90 g. ex-Freeman & Sear. #CR2016: $265 SOLD

Republican Rome. Cn Domitius Ahenobarbus, silver denarius of 116-115 BC. Helmeted head of Roma right with curl on left shoulder, ROMA before, X behind / Jupiter in quadriga right with thunderbolt & branch, CN DOMI in ex. ref: Domitia 7 sear5 #161, Syd 535, Cr285/1. 20 mm, 3.88 g. #CR2035: $145 SOLD

Republican Rome. L Scribonius Libo. Silver denarius of 62 BC. Head of Bonus Eventus right, with broad diadem, BON EVENT LIBO / Well-head ornamented with two lyres, tongs and festoons, PVTEAL SCRIBON. ref: Scribonia 8, Sear 367, Syd 928; Cr416/1a. 20 mm, 3.70 g. #CR2025: $185 SOLD

Roman Republic, c. 194-132 BC. Bronze quadrans. Head of young Hercules rt., clad in boar’s skin / Prow of galley right, monogram above. ref: Sear 1081-1160. 18 mm, 3.28 g. Reddish to green patina. Better than photo! #CC2043: $40 SOLD

Republican Rome. Caecilia 43. Q. Caecilius Metellus Pius. Silver denarius, struck 81 BC. Diademed head of Pietas rt., stork standing before / Elephant walking left, Q. C. M. P. I. in ex. 18 mm, 3.55 g. ref: Sear 301, Crawford 374/1; Syd 750. Ex-collection of a WWII veteran, purchased at Empire coins auction #3, 5 May 1985. #NAV066: $150 SOLD

Roman Republic. Matiena 4. Matienus.
GIGANTIC bronze As, struck c. 179-170 BC, Laureate head of Janus, I above. / Prow right, MA above, I before, ROMA below. ref: Cr162/3, RRC 162.3, RCV 685. Huge 35 mm, 32.20 g.
1 1/4" diameter! Ex-Monnaies d'Antan. #CR2606: $150
SOLD

Roman Republic. Saufeio.
L Saufeius. Bronze Semis struck c. 152 BC. Laureate head of bearded Saturn right, S behind / Prow right, L SAVF (VF in monogram) and crescent above, S before, ROMA below. Ref: RRC 204.3, RCV 853. 24.5 mm, 12.49 g. Ex-Monnaies d'Antan. #CR2610: $125
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Republican Rome. Anonymous, silver victoriatus. After 211 BC. Laureate head of Jupiter right. / Victory standing right, erecting trophy, RoMA in exergue. 17.7 mm, 2.30 g. ref: C44/1, BMC295. Ex-collection of a WWII veteran, purchased in the U.S. around 1985. #NAV067: $225 SOLD

Rome, as a Republic. Anonymous silver denarius, struck 115-114 BC. Head of Roma rt., X behind, ROMA below / Roma seated rt. on shields, she-wolf and twins Romulus & Remus suckling below, bird above. ref: RSC 176, Syd. 530, Craw 287/1. 19.5 mm, 3.14 g. Scarce! #2610: $199 SOLD

Republican Rome. L Marcius Philippus. Silver denarius of 56 BC. Diademed head of Ancus Marcius right, lituus behind, ANCVS below / Equestrian statue right on the Marcian Aqueduct with five arches within which A-Q-V-A-MAR (ligate) & C outside arches, PHILIPPVS in left field. ref: Marcia 29, Cr425/1, Syd 919a, Sear 382. 19 mm, 3.91 g. #CR2019: $265 SOLD

Rome, as a Republic. Anonymous issue, 2nd century BC. Heavy bronze As. Laureate head of bearded Janus, letter above / Prow of galley right, ROMA below. 32 mm; 27.5 g. Cool! #GV0410: $90 SOLD

Republican Rome. Plautia 13. A Plautius Denarius. 55 BC. RARE JUDAEA ISSUE! Turreted head of Cybele right, A PLAVTIVS before, AED CVR SC behind / Bacchius offering palm-branch, surrendering Judaea to Rome. Camel behind; IVDAEVS before, BACCHIVS below. 17.5 mm, 3.66 g. Ref: Cr431/1, Syd 932, Hendin 741, Sear 395. Ex-collection of a WWII veteran, purchased in the U.S. around 1985. A rare and desirable type! Much better than photo. #NAV064: $550 SOLD

Pompey the Great 46-45 BC. Silver Denarius. Head of Roma right, in Corinthian helmet; before, M POBLICI LEG PRO, behind, P R / CN MAGNVS IMP, female figure standing right with shield & spears, handing palm to soldier on prow. 22x20 mm, 3.80 g. ref: Pompeia9, sear5 #1384, Syd 1035. Cr469/1a. ex-Aeternitas Numismatics. Rare! #CR2982: $599 SOLD


Roman Republic. L Julius Bursio. Silver denarius of 85 BC. Laureate, draped and winged head of Genius or Apollo Vejovis right, control-mark & trident behind / Victory racing right in quadriga right holding wreath over horses' heads, SI below. L IVLI BVRSIO in ex. 21 mm, 3.7 g. Syd 728, Cr352/1a. Gorgeous coin! Must see in-hand. #GV0725: $225 SOLD

Roman Republic. C. Terentius Lucanus, c. 147 BC. Silver denarius, Rome mint. Helmeted head of Roma rt. with small "x" and winged Victory holding wreath behind / The Dioscuri riding rt., C.T/ER.LVC below, ROMA at bottom. ref: BMC 775, Syd. 425, Craw. 217/1, Sear Terentia 10. 20 mm, 3.55 g. Great coin with sharp detail and nice contrast. #18466: $199 SOLD

Roman Republic. L Lucretius Trio. Silver denarius of 74 BC. Laureate head of Neptune right, trident over shoulder, T XII numeral above / L LVCRETI TRIO in two lines, infant Genius riding dolphin right. 18 mm, 3.89 g. Cr390/2, Syd 784, Lucretia 3, sear5 #322. Beautiful reverse! GV0739: $275 SOLD

Republican Rome. Vergilius, Gargilius & Ogulnius. Silver Denarius, struck 86 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, thunderbolt below / Jupiter in quadriga rights, V above, VER below, GAR.OGVL in ex. Cr350A/1e. 20 mm; 3.9 g. #gv0253: $149 SOLD


Marc Antony, 30 BC. Silver denarius minted at the Battle of Actium, where he and queen Cleopatra of Egypt were defeated by Octavian who then became Augustus, first Emperor of Rome. Legionary galley / eagle between two standards, Legion number below (worn with use centuries ago). 18 mm. Struck by Antony, some say with Cleopatra's silver, to fund his fleet against Octavian at the decisive Battle of Actium, where he was defeated. Octavian later became Augustus, the first Emperor of Rome. A budget example! #0910: $90 SOLD



Republican Rome. Q Minucius Rufus. Silver Denarius of 122 BC. Rome Mint. Helmeted head of Roma right, X beneath chin, RVF behind / The Dioscuri riding right, Q MINV beneath horses, ROMA in ex. 20 mm; 3.8 g. Cr277/1, Syd 421. Great cabinet toning, nice detail. #gv0444: $135 SOLD

Republican Rome. M. Volteius M.f. Silver denarius of 78 BC. Head of young Hercules right, wearing lion skin / Erymathian Boar right, M VOLTEI M F in exergue. ref: Volteia 2, Syd 775, Cr385/2. 18 mm, 3.84 g. Bright patina. #CR2011: $199 SOLD

Republican Rome. M Herennius, 108-107 BC. Silver denarius. Laureate head of Pietas right, control letter below chin, PIETAS / Amphinomus carrying his father right, M - HERENNI. 18 mm, 3.63 g. ref: Herennia 1, Sear 185, Cr308/1a; Syd 567. Cleaned, with bright surfaces. Great reverse. A #CR2081: $125 SOLD

Rome, as a Republic. Family Cassia. L Cassius Caecianus, silver denarius struck 102 BC. Bust of Ceres left, CAEICIAN, H. behind / Two yoked oxen left; L CASSI below, O above. ref: Cassia 4, Cr321/1; Syd 594, sear5 #19. ex-Stack's Feb 2007, lot 142. 18 mm, 3.70 g. #2608: $175 SOLD

Rome, as a Republic. Silver denarius of 115-114 BC. Head of Roma right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet, "X" behind, "ROMA" below / Roma seated on pile of shields, holding spear. Two birds flying above, she-wolf suckling twins Romulus & Remus at her feet. 21 mm, 3.88 g. #CR2002: $250 SOLD

Republican Rome. M Furius Lf Philus. Silver denarius of 119 BC. Laureate head of Janus; M-FOVRI-L-F around / Roma standing left erecting trophy, gallic arms around, ROMA to right, PHLI in ex. ref: Furia 18, Crawford 281/1, Syd 529, BMCRR (Italy) 555. 20 mm, 3.88 g. Nice cabinet tone. Sharp! #CR2004: $250 SOLD

Roman Republic. C Renius AR Denarius. c138 BC, Helmeted head of Roma right, X behind / Juno Capriotina in biga of goats right, C RENI below goats, ROMA in ex. ref: Renia 1, sear #108, Cr231/1, Syd 432. 17 mm, 3.71 g. Dark tone with nice highlights. ex-Los Angeles, CA collection. #CR2145: $199 SOLD

Rome, as a Republic. Postumius Albinus (A. Postumius A.f. S.n. Albinus). Silver denarius serratus c. 81 BC. Veiled head of Hispania rt, HISPAN / Togate figure standing left between legionary eagle and fasces with axe, A ALBIN S N; POST A F below. 19.5 mm, 3.55 g. Syd 746; Cr372/2, Postumia 8, sear5 #297. Great coin with excellent detail! #GV0741: $210 SOLD

Octavian. Silver denarius, struck 42 BC. Mint moving with Octavian. Bare head of Octavian right, CAESAR III VIR R P C / Legend "CAESAR DIC PER " inscribed on curule chair upon which rests a wreath. Cr497/2a; Syd 1322, RCV 1536. Great portrait! Good cabinet tone, nice coin. 19.7 mm, 3.76 g. #GV0814: $499 SOLD

Roman Republic. Marcia 8, 134 BC. M Marcius Mn f, silver denarius. Helmeted head of Roma right, modius behind, X below chin / Victory with whip in galloping biga right, M-MAR-C, ROMA below, divided by two grain ears. 19 mm, 3.57 g. ref: Cr245/1, Syd 500. Great detail, nice cabinet tone. #CR2038: $175 SOLD

Republican Rome. Fonteia 1. C Fonteius Denarius. 114-113 BC. Janiform head of the Dioscuri, control letter left, * right / C FONT, galley with pilot and three oarsman, ROMA in ex. 19 mm, 3.72 g. Ref: Cr290/1, Syd 555, Sear 167. Ex-collection of a WWII veteran, purchased in the U.S. around 1985. Excellent! Gorgeous detail, much nicer in hand. #NAV065: $250 SOLD

Republican Rome. Sulpicia 1. C. Sulpicius C.f. Galba. Silver Serrate Denarius struck 106 BC. Conjoined laureate heads of the Dei Penates left / Two soldiers swearing oath over a sow; N above. 19.5 mm, 3.94 g. ref: Cr312/1; Syd 572; sear5 #189; Sulpicia 1. Nice gray cabinet tone. ex-Leu Nimismatik. #CR2972: $175 SOLD

Pegasus! Roman Republic. Q. Titius. Silver denarius struck 90 BC, Rome mint. Bearded head of Mutinus Titinus right, wearing winged diadem / Pegasus springing right from inscribed tablet. 18mm, 3.89g. ref: Crawford 341/1; Sydenham 691; Titia 1; RBW 1274. ex-De Pere, WI collection. Gorgeous! #CR2993: SOLD

Roman Republic. M. Baebius Tampilus, silver denarius struck 137 BC. Roma left in winged helmet, TAMPIL behind / Apollo in galloping quadriga right, preparing to shoot an arrow from bow, ROMA below horses, M•BAEBI Q•F in exergue. 18.61mm, 3.61 g. ref: Crawford 236/1a; Baebia 12; Sydenham 489 for type. Good Fine. Ex Marc Breitsprecher, Classical Numismatist. #CR3298: $250 SOLD

Roman Republic. C Poblicius Qf. Silver "denarius serratus" struck 80 BC. ROMA, draped bust of Roma right, in feathered helmet decorated with corn ears, control mark letter above / C•POBLICI•Q•F, Hercules strangling the Nemean lion, club at his feet, bow and arrow in quiver on left, control mark "S" to left. 19 mm, 3.8 g. Cr380/1, Syd 768. GV0724: $250 SOLD

Julius Caesar! Silver fourree denarius, struck April-August 49 BC. Elephant advancing right, trampling on horned serpent, CAESAR in exergue / Emblems of the pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, securis, and apex. ref: Crawford 443/1; cf. CRI 9; cf. Sydenham 1006; cf. RSC 49. Near VF, test cut on edge. 18mm, 3.10 g. Ex-Classical Numismatic Galleries (CNG). #cng2540224x2: $899 SOLD



Republican Rome. Fonteia 9. Minucius Fonteius Cf. Silver Denarius, struck 85 BC. Laureate head of Apollo Vejovis right, M FONTEI CF behind, thunderbolt below, ROMA monogram below chin / infant Genius riding goat right, caps of the Dioscuri above, filleted thyrsos below. Cr353/1a, Syd 724, Sear 2000 # 271. 22 mm; 3.9 g. Amazing portrait and great detail on reverse. #gv0286: $149
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Ancient Rome. Marc Antony. Silver denarius struck at the Battle of Actium in 32 BC, where he and Cleopatra were defeated by Octavian (later to be known as Augustus, first Emperor of Rome). Depicts his Legionary galley full of oarsmen right / eagle between two military standards. An awesome, historical piece! 19 mm diameter. Excellent! 20041x2: $299
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Roman Republic. P Servilius Mf Rullus. Silver denarius of 100 BC. Bust of Minerva left, wearing crested helmet and aegis, RVLLI behind / Victory racing in biga right holding long palm, P below horses, P SERVILI M F in ex. 20 mm, 3.97 g. Cr328/1; Syd 601. Very nice! GV0744: $199 SOLD

Rome Republic. Family Baebia. M Baebius QF Tampilius. Silver denarius, struck 137 BC. Head of Roma left, "X" before, "TAMPIL" to rt. / Apollo in chariot racing rt., holding bow & arrow, reins and olive branch. "ROMA / M BAEBI QF". ref: Baebia 12, Syd 489, Cr236/1c, sear5 #113. 19 mm, 3.64 g. #2609: $199 SOLD

Republican Rome. Pub Crepusius, silver denarius of 82 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, control symbols before and behind / Horseman right, brandishing spear; P CREPVSI in ex, control-numeral behind. ref: Crepusia 1, Syd 738a, Cr361/1c. 17 mm, 3.18 g. #CR2042: $75 SOLD

Republican Rome. Q Curtius & M Junius Silanus, silver denarius of 116-115 BC. Head of Roma, X behind head, Q CVRT before / Jupiter in galloping quadriga right; lituus above, M SIA below, ROMA in ex. ref: Curtia 2, Cr285/2, Syd 537. 19 mm, 3.78 g. #CR2036: $145 SOLD

Republican Rome. Cn Domitius Ahenobarbus, silver denarius of 128 BC. Head of Roma right, * below / Victory in galloping biga right, ROMA above, man spearing lion (or hound?) below horses, CN DOM in ex. ref: Domitia 14, Syd 514, Cr261/1. 18 mm, 3.67 g. #CR2037: $145 SOLD

Roman Republic. Q Titius Denarius. 90 BC. Head of Mutinus Titinus (Priapus) right, wearing winged diadem / Pegasus springing right, Q TITI on base. ref: Titia 1, Cr341/1, Syd 691, sear 238. 18 mm, 3.81 g. Excellent! #CR2026: $299 SOLD

Roman Republic. C Vibius Cf Pansa Denarius. 90 BC. Laureate head of Apollo right, control mark before, PANSA behind / Minerva in quadriga right, C VIBIVS CF in ex. ref: Vibia 1, sear 242, Crawford 342/5b; Syd 684. 18 mm, 3.37 g. Dark grey cabinet tone. #CR2012: $125
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Republican Rome. L Titurius Lf Sabinus. Silver denarius of 89 BC. Head of Tatius right, palm below chin; SABIN behind / Tarpeia buried to her waist in shields, fending off two soldiers about to throw their shields on her, L TITVRI in exergue. ref: Tituria 5, Cr344/2c, Syd 699a, Sear 252. 19x18 mm, 3.58 g. #CR2017: $150 SOLD

Republican Rome. Decimus Junius Brutus, c. 131-96 BC. Silver denarius. Head of Pietas right, PIETAS behind / Two joined hands holding a caduceus, ALBINVS BRVTI F below. ref: Postumia 10, Cr450/2, Syd 942. 17 mm, 3.37 g. #CR2090: $175 SOLD

Republican Rome. Julia 5. L Julius Bursio Denarius. 85 BC. Winged head of Genius or Apollo Vejovis right, control-mark & trident behind / Victory in quadriga right holding wreath, L IVLI BVRSIO in ex. 20 mm, 3.88 g. Ref: Sear 268, Syd 728, Cr352/1a. Ex-collection of a WWII veteran, purchased at Empire coins auction #3, 5 May 1985. Gorgeous! #NAV063: $225 SOLD

Octavian (later known as Augustus). Silver denarius, Italian mint, struck c. 30-29 BC. Bare head of Octavian right / IMP CAESAR, on architrave of the Curia Julia (Roman Senate House); Victory on globe at apex of pediment, warriors at sides. 19.7 mm, 3.15 g. ref: RIC 266; RSC 122, Sear 1557. Fine, lightly toned, bankers' marks, test cut on edge. Bad, washed-out photo, my apologies. The Curia Julia was officially dedicated on 28 August, 29 BC, and still stands in the Roman Forum. Rare! #NAV116: $299 SOLD

Rome, as a Republic. L Rutilius Flaccus. Silver denarius struck 77 BC, set in custom sterling silver bezel. Helmeted head of Roma right, FLAC behind / Victory in biga right, L RVTILLI in ex. ref: Rutilia 1, sear #318, Cr387/1, Syd 780. 20 mm dia. Excellent Victory! Dent on obverse over head of Roma. #JN2005x2: $225 SOLD - Can make alternates from others

Roman Republic. P. Sula, silver denarius struck 151 BC. Head of Roma right, wearing winged helmet, X (mark of value) behind / Victory right in galloping biga, P•SVLA below horses, ROMA on partial tablet in exergue. 17.98mm, 3.66 g. ref: Crawford 205/1; Cornelia 1; Sydenham 386 for type. Good F+. Ex Marc Breitsprecher, Classical Numismatist. #CR3295: $225 SOLD