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 The Civil Wars and The Third Century (AD 193 - 296)    [ with thumbnail images ]

Pertinax, AD 193, AR Denarius, 2.50 gm,  
                   Sear-6045, RSC-33
          obv.:  "IMP CAES P HELV PERTIN AVG" 
                    Laureate head right.
          rev.:  "OPI DIVIN TR P COS II"
                     Ops seated left, holding corn-ears.
          note:  Nice portrait. Smallish flan takes part of legend.  Reverse weak on upper left side.  Sear prices this one at $800 in VF. 

$495.00

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The Emperors of the Severan Dynasty, AD 193 - 235, AR (Silver) Denarii 

           This set includes:
                1 - Septimus Severus - denarius - 2.66 gm - Victory flying left reverse
                2 - Caracalla - denarius - 3.07 gm - Hercules holding branch and club
                3 - Geta - denarius - 3.47 gm - Felicitas holding caduceus and cornucopia
                4 - Elagabalus - denarius - 3.55 gm - Fides Militum enthroned
                5 - Severus Alexander - 3.00 gm - Perpetuitas standing left holding globe
                6 - Blue with gold lettering acrylic holder

            Some outstanding coins in this set presented in an acrylic holder for protecting your coins and facilitating display.  A wonderful conversation piece and some beautiful coins to add to your collection.

$495.00

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Septimus Severus, AD 209, AR (Silver) Denarius,
                    3.37 gm, SearM-6345v, RIC 240
          obv.:  "SEVERVS PIVS AVG BRIT" 
                     Laureate head right
          rev.:  "P M TR P XVIII COS III P P"
                     Jupiter standing left between two children, holding thunderbolt and scepter.
          note:  A really nice coin.

$95.00

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Septimus Severus, AD 193-211, AR (Silver) Denarius,
                     2.75 gm
          obv.:  "L SEPT SEV PERT AVG IMP X" 
                     Laureate head right
          rev.:  "FORTVNAE AVGG"
                     Fortune seated left, holding rudder and cornucopia.

$35.00

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Septimus Severus, AD 200, AR (Silver) Denarius,
                     3.56 gm, SearM-6333
          obv.:  "SEVERVS AVG PART MAX" 
                     Laureate head right
          rev.:  "P M TR P VIII COS II P P"
                     Victory hovering left, holding open wreath with both hands over shield set on base.
          note: Amazing eye appeal with this impressive reverse.

$95.00

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Septimus Severus, AD 193-211, Thrace, Pautalia, AE (Bronze), 19 mm,
                     4.26 gm
          obv.:  "AΛKΛ CEVHPOC
                     Laureate bust facing right.
          rev.:  "OVΛПIAC ПAVTAΛIAC"
                     Eagle with spread wings facing, head right, standing on thunderbolt, wreath in beak.
         note:  Nice dark patina. This coin looks really good in hand but is difficult to capture on image.

$45.00

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Julia Domna, AD 211-217, mother of Caracalla,
                        AR Denarius, 3.60 gm, RSC-32
          obv.:  "IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG" 
                     Bare-headed and draped bust right
          rev.:  "DIANA LVCIFERA"
                     Diana standing half-left, holding long torch in both hands.
          note:  Beautiful coin.  Not much more to say.  

$95.00

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Julia Domna, AD 211-217, mother of Caracalla,
                        AR (Silver) Denarius, 3.35 gm, SearM-7108
          obv.:  "IVLIA PIA FELIX AVG" 
                     Bare-headed and draped bust right
          rev.:  "VESTA"
                     Vesta standing left, holding Palladium and scepter.
          note:  Another beautiful coin. 

$95.00

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Julia Domna, AD 197, mother of Caracalla, AR (Silver) Denarius,
                   3.12 gm, minted in Laodicea, SearM-6614
          obv.:  "[IVLIA] AVGVSTA" 
                     Bare-headed and draped bust right
          rev.:  "VESTAE SANCTAE"
                     Vesta standing left, holding patera and scepter.
          note:  Nicely toned budget friendly specimen.

$20.00

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Caracalla and Julia Domna, AD 198-217, Marcianopolis, Moesia Inferior, AE (Bronze),
                     30 mm, 14.36 gm
          obv.:  "ANTΩΓOVCTOCIOVΛIAΔ
                     Busts, face to face, of Caracalla right, laureate, draped, and Julia Domna left draped.
          rev.:  "VПKVNTIΛIANOV MAPKIANOПOΛI / TΩN"
                     Zeus standing facing left, holding Nike and scepter, "Є" in left field.
         note:  Nice olive patina, a bit darker than appears in images.

$35.00

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Caracalla, AD 198-217, AE 30, 16.08 gm, 
                      Augusta Trajana mint in Thracia
          obv.:  Greek legends 
                    Laureate bust right
          rev.:  Greek legends
                     Caracalla standing left, wearing tunic, holding patera and scepter.
          note:  Coin is much darker than it appears here.  It is the normal dark green-brown patina.  A bit of corrosion on the reverse.

$65.00

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