Octavian. 31-30 B.C. Italian mint. AR Denarius. Winged bust of Victory right / 'CAESAR - DIVI F' either side of Octavian as Neptune standing left with foot on globe; holding sceptre & aplustre. Fine & Scarce. This coin was made in the years Octavian & Agrippa persecuted the war against Marc Antony with such success he committed suicide.
Roman Republic. 106 B.C. - L. Cornelius Scipio Asiaticus. AR Denarius Serratus. Laureate head of Jupiter left / Jupiter in quadriga right brandishing thunderbolt, ‘L SCIP ASIAG’ in ex, ‘.K’ control mark above. Good Very Fine & Scarce. Brother of Scipio Africanus. The great-grandson of Lucius Cornelius Scipio Asiaticus, the Brother of Scipio Africanus who gained the Asiaticus title for defeating the Aetolians in Greece.
Roman Republic. 46 B.C. Rome mint. T. Carisius. AR Denarius. Head of Sibyl Herophile R., hair elaborately decorated with jewels and enclosed in a sling, tied with bands / Sphinx seated R.; 'T.CARISIVS' above, 'III.VIR' in exergue. About Extremely Fine & a Scarce type.