Here, for reference, are some of the Roman coins from past sales:

Description

Price Image
Gaul-Rhone Valley. League against the Helvetii. 200-100 BC. Silver 16 mm.Head of Roma. R. Galloping horseman.SGC100 Good detail. Fine to VF $45

 

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Roman Republic . c.81 BC Silver quinarius. Head of Apollo. R. Victory with trophy. Rubbing on cheek. VG to F. S 156 $45 [image]
Roman Republic. L. Roscius Fabatus 64 BC Silver denarius. Juno Sospita wearing goat skin. Rev. Feeding serpent. VF $85 [image]
Mn Cordius Rufus 46 BC Silver Denarius Heads of the Dioscuri. R. Venus hold. Scales, Cupid at Shoulder. S.320A, VF $135 [image]
Julius Caesar and Octavian 38 BC Bronze Sestertius. Head of Octavian "Caesar Divif"R. Head of Caesar "Divos Iulius" S465 Fine for issue $400

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Caesar Augustus 27 BC- 14 AD Bronze AE 23 of Thrace. Head of Augustus. Rev. Head of Rhoemetalkes I VF  $55 [image]
Caesar Augustus 27BC-14 AD Silver denarius.
Rev. Caius and Lucius Caesar holding spears and shields. VM 295 Fine
$85
Judea-Procurator "Coponius" AD 6-9 (under Augustus) Ear of Barley. R. Palm GIC 5606. Very fine for issue $35

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Germanicus, nephew of Tiberius. Died AD 19. Bronze dupondius. Germanicus in Quadriga. Rev. Germanicus standing holding sceptre. S#599. Fine $175

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Caligula AD 37-41 Bronze as. R. Vesa SC Vesta seated S 616 Very fine $250

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Claudius AD 41 to 54. Billon tetradrachm of Alexandria Egypt. R. Demeter standing holding 2 small children. S.553 GIC 495 Very Fine $130

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Claudius 41-54 AD. Bronze as. Rev. Minerva advancing with Javelin. S#639. Fine $125 [image]
Tiberius AD 14-37 "Tribute Penny" Silver Denarius. R. Livia seated (Pontif Maxif) Scratch in field obv., still attractive example of this popular coin. Fine plus $275

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Judea-1st. Revolt AD 67-68 Bronze 15mm Amphora. R. Vine w/1 leaf. GIC 5639.VF $40

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Galba 68-69 AD Silver denarius. Head of Galba. R. SPQR OB CS in wreath. S.721 Worn but still attractive. VG $110

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Vitellius AD 69 Silver denarius. Head of Vitellius. R .Concordia seated. S752 Good portrait, coin bit discolored. VG $145

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Titus Caesar 69-71 AD, co-rule w/Vespasian 71-79 AD, Augustus 79-81 AD.Dupondius. R Concordia August SC Concordia seated. Nice VF $160

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Vespasian AD 69-79. Bronze sestertius. Strong portrait of Vespasian. R. Palm tree and Jews in mourning. JUDEA CAPTA. S786. About VF, Dark patina $525
Phoenicia, time of Domitian. AD 81-96 Bronze 23mm of Sidon. Head of Tyche. R.Galley and insc. GIC 5205. $25 [image]
Nerva AD 96-98 Silver denarius. Head of Nerva. R. COS III Pater Patriae. Sacrifical implements. Some incrustation, still VF S.952 $180 [image]
Trajan AD 98-117 Sestertius Rev. Concordia seated holding patera & cornucopiae. AFine $45 [image]
Faustina senior (wife of Ant. Pius) died 141 AD. Silver denarius. Augusta. Rev. Ceres standing, holding corn & sceptre. S#1350. Very Fine $80 [image]
Plautilla. died 212 AD. Silver denarius. Venus holding palm and appl, with shield and upid. S#2003. Fine $50 [image]
Maximinus I AD 235-238 Silver denarius. Rev. PAX Augusti. Pax standing S. 2339 aXF $85 [image]
Trajan Decius AD 249-51 Silver antoninianus. R. Dacia standing, holding staff w/asses head.S2693 VF $30 [image]
Trebonianus Gallus AD 251-253 Bronze 25 mm of Seleucis & Pieria, Syria. R. Eagle. Dirt encrusted. Fine to VF $30 [image]
Trebonianus Gallus AD 251-253 Silver antoninianus. Rev. Pietas standing, raising both hands. S.2789 VF $50 [image]
Gordian III; 238-244 AD. Bronze, 27mm. Gordian facing Serapis. Rev. Askleptos standing. Very Fine $45 [image]
Aemilian 252-253 AD. Antoninianus, Romae Aetern. Roma standing holding phoenix on globe, shield and spear, R.S.C. #41, S.2860 sim. Fine $270 [image]
Valerian II, Caesar AD 253-255. Antoninianus. R. Consecrato, Eagle standing. Very attractive. S 3073 VF $55 [image]
Saloninus 259 AD. Antoninianus. Pietas Augg, sacrificial implements S#3080 $120 [image]
Aurelian AD 270-275 Antoninianus Rev. Restitvt. Orbis. Female presenting wreath to Aurelian. S.3265 VF $25 [image]
Aurelian 270-275 AD. Antoninianus. Concordia Militum. Aurelian and Concord clasping hands S#3258, VF $40 [image]
Aurelian AD 270-275 AE antoninianus (some silvering visible) Rev. IOVI CONSER. Jupiter standing, giving globe and sceptre to Aurelian. S.3260 VF $45 [image]
Probus AD 276-282 Antoninianus Rev. ADVENTVS PROBI AVG. Probus on horseback, captive before horse. S. 3340 EF $50 [image]
Constantine I 307-337 AD Bronze AE 3 20mm S#3881.  Rev. Soli Invicto Comiti VF $20 [image]
Constantine I 307-337 AD Bronze Follis TF/PLN S#3868 (Sim).  Rev. Soli Invicto Comiti Some weakness in strike. Fine $28 [image]
Constantine the Great AD 307-337 Bronze _ Commemorative. Rev. Wolf & Twins. S3894 Fine $8 [image]
Constantine the Great AD 307-337 Bronze 19mm. Head of Constantine. R. Gloria Romanonum. Roma seated with Sceptre, Victory and Shield. VF $20 [image]
Maximinus II 309-313 AD Bronze Follis (Silvered) S#3764. Rev. Genio Augusti $35 [image]
Crispus 317-326 AD AE 3 20mm, London mint S#3925.  Rev. Soli Invicto Comiti VF $40

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Fausta (Wife of Constantine) d. AD 326 Bronze AE3. Rev. Salusreipublicae, Fausta with 2 children. SMTS mint. S. 3903 VF $35
Constantius Gallus AD 351-354 Silvered bronze 16mm. Small bust of Con. Gallus R. Jupiter hold Victory on Globe. Sceptre Palm at feet. Very Fine $45 [image]
Julian II AD 360-363. Silver Silique (1.76g.) as Augustus. Rev. Votis V Mvltis X in Wreath. Lyon mint. VF Sim.S4071 $120 [image]
Valentinian I AD 364-375 Bronze AE 3. Rev. Valentinian adv. Holding labarum, dragging captive. S 4102 VF $28 [image]
Theodosius I AD 379-395 Silver Silique. Rev. Virtvs Romanorvm. Roma seated, holding victory and spear. Milan mint. S. 4176 Dark patina XF $110 [image]
Honorius AD 394-423 Bronze AE 3R. Gloria Romanum. Emperor standing , holding globe and standard. Fine to VFS. 4254 $45 [image]
Eudoxia, wife of Arcadius d. 404 AD Bronze AE 3. R. Victory insc. Christogram. Fine S. 4240 $40 [image]
Byzantine Tiberius Constantine AD 578 to 582. Bronze 30 Nummi (3/4 follis) Nicomedia mint. SBC 442 VF $40 [image]