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Roman provinces

Alexandria Troas – obverse
Alexandria Troas – reverse
Alexandria Troas

Bronze – 4.59 g – ø 22 mm
SNG Cop# 104-107
Valentinian II – obverse
Valentinian II – reverse
Valentinian II
375
Bronze – 1.26 g – ø 12 mm
RIC IX# 58b

Roman provinces - Arabia - Denarius

Elagabalus Bronze - PETRA COLONI – obverse
Elagabalus Bronze - PETRA COLONI – reverse
Elagabalus Bronze - PETRA COLONI
(218-222)
Bronze – 6.25 g – ø 19 mm
SNG Cop# 1373
As - Hadrianus (Petra) – obverse
As - Hadrianus (Petra) – reverse
As - Hadrianus (Petra)
(117-138)
Bronze – 12 g – ø 28 mm

Roman provinces - Bithynia and Pontus - Drachm

Hemissarion - Caracalla (Nicaea mint) – obverse
Hemissarion - Caracalla (Nicaea mint) – reverse
Hemissarion - Caracalla (Nicaea mint)
(201-203)
Copper – 1.98 g – ø 16 mm
Diassaria - Trebonianus Gallus – obverse
Diassaria - Trebonianus Gallus – reverse
Diassaria - Trebonianus Gallus
(251-253)
Bronze – 6.77 g – ø 22 mm
RPC# 360, Varb# 4208
Quadrans - Severus Alexander (Nicaea mint) – obverse
Quadrans - Severus Alexander (Nicaea mint) – reverse
Quadrans - Severus Alexander (Nicaea mint)
(228-235)
Copper – 4.2 g – ø 19.2 mm
GCV# 3287
Sestertius - Caligula (Apamaea mint) – obverse
Sestertius - Caligula (Apamaea mint) – reverse
Sestertius - Caligula (Apamaea mint)
(38)
Copper – 13.35 g – ø 33 mm
RPC# 2012
Assarion - Elagabalus (NIKAIEΩN; Nicea mint) – obverse
Assarion - Elagabalus (NIKAIEΩN; Nicea mint) – reverse
Assarion - Elagabalus (NIKAIEΩN; Nicea mint)
(218-222)
Bronze – 4.43 g – ø 27 mm
SNG Cop# 513 var
Assarion - Severus Alexander  (NIKAIE; Nicea mint) – obverse
Assarion - Severus Alexander  (NIKAIE; Nicea mint) – reverse
Assarion - Severus Alexander (NIKAIE; Nicea mint)
(221-235)
Bronze – 4.44 g – ø 22 mm
SNG Cop# 623 var
Assarion - Severus Alexander (Nicaea) – obverse
Assarion - Severus Alexander (Nicaea) – reverse
Assarion - Severus Alexander (Nicaea)
(222-235)
Bronze – 4.35 g
SNG Cop# 520

Roman provinces - Cilicia - Drachm

As - Augustus (Regulus; Cilicia mint) – obverse
As - Augustus (Regulus; Cilicia mint) – reverse
As - Augustus (Regulus; Cilicia mint)
(-31-14)
Bronze – 8.35 g – ø 24 mm
RPC# 4098
Dupondius - Valerianus II (Laerte mint) – obverse
Dupondius - Valerianus II (Laerte mint) – reverse
Dupondius - Valerianus II (Laerte mint)
(253-255)
Copper – 16.81 g – ø 30 mm
BMC RE# 7

Roman provinces - Cyprus - Drachm

Tetradrachm - Vespasianus (Temple of Aphrodite, Cyprus mint) – obverse
Tetradrachm - Vespasianus (Temple of Aphrodite, Cyprus mint) – reverse
Tetradrachm - Vespasianus (Temple of Aphrodite, Cyprus mint)
(75-76)
Silver – 13.21 g – ø 24 mm
RPC# 1803

Roman provinces - Egypt - Drachm

Diobol-Domitien ,Zeus Ammon (Alexandrie ) – obverse
Diobol-Domitien ,Zeus Ammon (Alexandrie ) – reverse
Diobol-Domitien ,Zeus Ammon (Alexandrie )
(81-96)
Copper – 8.65 g – ø 25 mm
RPC# 2513
Diobol - Domitian – obverse
Diobol - Domitian – reverse
Diobol - Domitian
(91-92)
Bronze – 6.18 g – ø 22 mm
Milne# 504
Tétradrachme GALLIEN - Homonoia – obverse
Tétradrachme GALLIEN - Homonoia – reverse
Tétradrachme GALLIEN - Homonoia
(265-266)
Billon – 8.65 g – ø 21 mm
Milne# 4115
Tetradrachm - Carinus (Alexandria) – obverse
Tetradrachm - Carinus (Alexandria) – reverse
Tetradrachm - Carinus (Alexandria)
(284-285)
Billon – 7.14 g – ø 19 mm
RCV III# 12379, Milne# 4701

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