Catalogue of the First (Second) Portion of Greek, Roman, and Foreign Medieval Coins and Medals Collected by Thomas Thomas Which Will Be Sold by Auction

Catalogue of the First (Second) Portion of Greek, Roman, and Foreign Medieval Coins and Medals Collected by Thomas Thomas Which Will Be Sold by Auction

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1843 edition. Excerpt: ...quadrigas, and wild beasts; Laetitia. TemPorvm.; the latter is fine, and extra rare. 3 1560 Caracalla, 3; rev. a Victory, with a trophy; Victoriae. Brit.; rev. the Emperor and a soldier; Profectio. Avg.; the legend on this obv. ends in Brit.; rev. a Female holding two standards; P.m. Tr. p. xvin., &c. Plautilla, 2; varied. Geta, 4; rev. Victoriae. Brit.; two varieties; and two others with different reverses. 10 1561 Geta, 2; rev. a Victory standing; Victoriae. Brit. E Macrinus, 2; rev. Secvhitas. Temporvm.; rev. Felici-Tas. Temporvm.; of large size, and rare. Diadumenian; rev. the Emperor and three standards; Princ. Ivventvtis.; very fine and rare in this condition 5 1562 Macrinus, 3; of the usual size; rev. Secvritas. Tempo Hvm.; rev. a Female standing; P.m. Tr. P. u.; rev. Fi-Des. Militvm. Diadumenian, 2; rev. Spes. Pvblica.; rev. Phinc. Ivven-Tvtis.; all are well preserved, and scarce. 5 1563 Macrinus, 3. Diadumenian, 2. The reverses of these five medals are as those of the last lot; all are very fairly preserved, and rare... 5 1564 Macrinus, 3; rev. Jupiter; Pont. Max.; rev. a Female seated; Annona. Avg.; rev. the Emperor seated; P.m. TR. P. II., &c. Elagabalus; rev. a Quadriga, with the Emperor's favorite conical deity in it; Sanct. Deo. Soli. Elagabal.; a well preserved, extremely rare, and interesting coin 4 (Continued at page 233 J. ROMAN IMPERIAL COINS, IN GOLD. ( Continued from page 194. 1565 Sabina; obv. Head, to the left; rev. Concord, personified by the Empress, seated; Concordia. Avg.; a most beautiful coin...1 1566 Sabina; obv. Head, to the right; rev. Sabina, in the charac ter of Vesta, seated, and holding the palladium; Vesta.; very fine. 1 From the Trattle collection, lot 2172. 1567 Sabina; similar to the...show more

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  • Paperback | 138 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 259g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236494237
  • 9781236494238