Ancient Coins – from Ancient Persia to early Roman Christianity

As promised new Ancient coins are now available on our website. This upload is entitled "Ancient coins from Ancient Persia to early Roman Christianity". As the name might suggest this upload will cover a wide span of the history of classical antiquity.

You'll find coins from the Persian Empire, coins struck by the Ptolemaic Dynasty of Egypt, coins of the Ancient Greek settlements of Turkey, coins of well-known Roman Emperors, and also coins of some not so well-known Roman Emperors. Such as Postumus, Carausius the breakaway Roman Emperor of Britain and Northern Gaul, and Julian II – the last pagan emperor.

As always, there's only one of each available, so don't miss out on this chance to add to your collection coins that might be missing! We hope you get the coins you want...

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Alexander the Great. 336-323 B.C., Struck by Ptolemies in 3rd Century B.C. AR Tetradrachm_obv

Alexander the Great. 336-323 B.C., Struck by Ptolemies in 3rd Century B.C. AR Tetradrachm.

Alexander the Great. 336-323 B.C., Struck by Ptolemies in 3rd Century B.C. AR Tetradrachm. Head of Herakles in lionskin headdress right / Zeus Aetophorus seated left holding eagle & sceptre; Head of Helios Countemark. Fine and Scarce Countermark!
£160.00
Antoninus Pius. A.D. 138-161., Rome - A.D. 142. Æ Sestertius_obv

Antoninus Pius. A.D. 138-161., Rome - A.D. 142. Æ Sestertius.

Antoninus Pius. A.D. 138-161., Rome - A.D. 142. Æ Sestertius. Laureate head right / 'ANNONA AVG' Annona stg. right holding corn ears & out-turned cornucopiae between modius & prow. Very Fine & Very Scarce type.
£335.00
Constantine I. A.D. 307-337., A.D. 324 - London. Æ 3. SARMATIA DEVICTA_obv

Constantine I. A.D. 307-337., A.D. 324 - London. Æ 3. SARMATIA DEVICTA.

Constantine I. A.D. 307-337., A.D. 324 - London. Æ 3. Laureate head right / 'SARMATIA DEVICTA' Victory advancing right holding trophy & branch; captive at feet; 'PLON' below. Good Very Fine & Scarce.
£120.00
Constantine I. A.D. 307-337., LONDON - A.D. 310. Æ Follis. SOLI INVICTO COMITI_obv

Constantine I. A.D. 307-337., LONDON - A.D. 310. Æ Follis. SOLI INVICTO COMITI.

Constantine I. A.D. 307-337., LONDON - A.D. 310. Æ Follis. Laureate bust right / 'SOLI INVICTO COMITI' Sol, radiate & draped, stg. left holding globe; '*' in left field with 'PLN' in exergue. About Extremely Fine.
£95.00
Constantius I as Caesar. A.D. 293-305., Antioch - A.D. 297. Æ Ant. CONCORDIA MILITVM._obv

Constantius I as Caesar. A.D. 293-305., Antioch - A.D. 297. Æ Ant. CONCORDIA MILITVM.

Constantius I as Caesar. A.D. 293-305., Antioch - A.D. 297. Æ Ant. Radiate head right / 'CONCORDIA MILITVM' Constantius receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter. Good Fine.
£65.00
Elagabalus. A.D. 218-222., Rome - A.D. 221. AR Denarius. LIBERALITAS AVG III._obv

Elagabalus. A.D. 218-222., Rome - A.D. 221. AR Denarius. LIBERALITAS AVG III.

Elagabalus. A.D. 218-222., Rome - A.D. 221. AR Denarius. Laureate bust right / 'LIBERALITAS AVG III' Liberalitas stg. left holding abacus & cornucopiae; star right. Lustrous, Extremely Fine & Very Scarce.
£195.00