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GORDIEN II AFRICANUS AD 238
MAXIMINUS I A.D 238
TITUS A.D79-81
SEPTIMIUS SEVERUS A.D 193-211
 JULIA MAMAEA A.D 235
CLAUDIUS II GOTHICUS A.D 270
ANTONINUS PIUS A.D161
MAXENTIUS A.D 306-312
MAXIMIANUS A.D 286-310
AUGUSTE 27 BC-14
ROMAN REPUBLIC 45 B-C

 


GORDIEN II AFRICANUS AD 238

MARCUS ANTONIUS GORDIANUS the son of Gordian I was born about ad 192 and was made co-emperor by his father immediately after the latter's elevation.He was killed in battle on April 12th 238 as related above.

Reference: 0002
Bronze
poids : 16.1g
Diametre : 28mm
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Reference : 0002
Bronze
weight : 16.1g
diameter : 28mm
F15++
Prix: 13000 FFR

SESTERCE

  Price :$ 2250

MAXIMINUS I A D 235-238

(C. Julius Verus Maximinus) Of Thracian peasant stock, and a man of great stature and physical strength, Maximinius joined the ranks of the Roman army during the reign of Septimius Severus. He gained rapid promotion until,during the reign of Severus Alexander, he was given the command of a legion and later the governorship of Mesopotamia. In A.D. 235 he was in charge of levies of recruits on the Rhine, and on March 22nd he was proclaimed emperor by the army which had grown impatient of the unwarlike character of Severus Alexander. He campaigned against the Germans with considérable success, but his reign was characterized by his hatred of the nobility and ruthless cruelty towards anyone suspected of conspiring against him. The abortive rebellion of the Gordiani in Africa, in March 238, was soon followed by a similar defection in Rome, when Balbinus and Pupienus were elected joint emperors by the Senate. Maximinus there upon invaded Italy, but his advance was delayed by an unsuccessful siege qf Aquileia and his troops finally mutinied and murdered both him and his son Maximus on June 24th, 238.

  Maximinus became TR.P.II. on january 1St, A.D. 236, and his tribunician power was subsequently renewed each year on that date.

 Mint: Rome.

 There are two varieties of obverse legend:

 A. IMP . MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG.

 B. MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG . GERM.

 The normal obverse type for all denominations except the dupondius is lauréate, draped and cuirassed. bust, right. Dupondii have radiate, draped and cuirassed bust, right.

 No antoniniani were struck during this reign.

 
Reference: 0004
Bronze
poids : 21.6 g
Diametre : 31 mm
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Reference : 0004
Silver
weight : 21.6 g
diameter :31 mm
F15
Prix: 650 FFR

sesterce

  Price :$ 110

  JULIA MAMAEA

The daughter of Julia Maesa and mother of Severus Alexander, -Julia Mamaea was, during the reign of her son, the real power behind the throne. She exercised a strict control over the young emperor and even selected a wife for him, but she soon disposed of her protégé when she considered that she was gaining too much influence over Alexander. .Julia Mamaea was murdered with her son on March 22nd, A.D. 235.

There are two varieties of obverse legend:

A. IVLIA MAMAEA AVG.

B. IVLIA MAMAEA AVGVSTA.

There are two main varieties of obverse type :

a) Draped . bust, right

b) Diademed and draped bust right

 

Reference: 0006
Bronze
poids : 17,8 g
Diametre : 29 mm
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Reference : 0006
Bronze
weight : 17.8 g
diameter : 29 mm
F15+
Prix700 FFR

SESTERCE

  Price :$ 120

CLAUDIUS II GOTHICUS

M. Aurelius Claudius). A native of Illyricum, Claudius was born about A.D. 215. He obtained the imperial favour by his military talents, and became one of the leading generals under Valerian and Gallienus. On the assassination of the latter, in the plot against whom he is said to have taken part, he was immediately proclaimed emperor and then proceeded to inflict a crushing defeat on the Alamanni, who had invaded Raetia and even penetrated into Italy. In A.D. 269 he marched against an immense army of Goths, and though the Roman army was seemingly hopelessly outnumbered, Claudius won a brilliant victory over the invaders in a great battle fought at Naissus in Upper Moesia. Unfortunately, some of the wandering survivors of the Gothic host contracted plague which spread to the Roman army and claimed the life of Claudius after a reign of only two years.

Mints: Rome; Milan; Siscia; Cyzicus; Antioch.

The obv. legend is imp . C . CLAVDIVS AVG., unless otherwise stated.

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Reference: 0007
Bronze
poids : 2,7 g
Diametre : 19 mm
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Reference : 0007
Bronze
weight : 2.7 g
diameter : 19 mm
VF35-
Prix: 150 FFR

LOCATE COIN ANTONINIANUS GERS

  Price :$ 26

 


ANTONINUS PIUS

 

Tittus Aurelius Fulvus Boionius Arrius Antoninus was born at Lanuvium in A.D. 86. He adopted a sénatorial career and was consul in 120, later distinguishing himself as Proconsul in Asia. He was adopted by Hadrian as his heir on February 25th, 138, and during theemperor's last months, Antoninus was virtualv ruler, and his succesion on july 10th was smooth.. The history of his reign is almost a blank in the records,owing to the tranquillity and prosperity which the Roman world enjoyed under his patient, judicious and impartial rule.He died at Lorium on March 7th, A.D. 161, and was succeeded by Marcus Aurelius who had been selected by Hadrian as the eventual heir to the throne.It is worthy of mention that the series of commemoratives coins struck qfter his death was the largest since that of Augustus.

Reference: 0009
Bronze
poids : 15g
Diametre : 25mm
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Reference : 0009
Bronze
weight : 2.6g
diameter : 19mm
F15-
Prix:400FFR

SESTERCIUS

  Price :$ 75

MAXENCE

  .A : IMP C MAXENTIUS PF AUG laured head right

R : CONSERV VRB SVAE.Roma seatedfacing in hexastyle temple;in ex a*t

Reference: 0011
Bronze
poids : 6.9g
Diametre : 25mm

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Reference : 0011
Bronze
weight : 6.9g
diameter : 25mm
VF35
Prix:200FF

FOLLIS

  Price :$ 35

MAXENCE

  .A : IMP C MAXENTIUS PF AUG laured head right

R : AETERNITAS AUG N .The dioscuri standing facing each other each holding horse by bridle.in ex mostp

Reference: 0012
Bronze
poids : 6,5 g
Diametre : 24 mm

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Reference : 0012
Bronze
weight : 6.5 g
diameter : 24 mm
VF35
Prix : 200FF

FOLLIS

  Price : $ 35

MAXIMIANUS

Second Reign : 306-308

  .A : IMP C MAXIMIANUS PF AUG laured head right

R : CONSERVATORES VRB SVAE Roma seated in temple of six colomns. In exergue .A*S.

Reference : 0013
Bronze
poids : 6.9 g
Diametre : 25 mm

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Reference : 0013
Bronze
weight : 6.9 g
diameter : 25 mm
VF35
Prix : 200FF

FOLLIS

  Price : $ 35

A:Laured head of jupiter left R:Venus in a walking biga

L.MEMMIUS GALERIA 106 b-C

Reference : 0015
Argent
poids : 3.6 g
Diametre : 18 mm

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Reference : 0015
Silver
weight : 3.6 g
diameter : 18 mm
F15
Prix : 450FF

Denarius

  Price : $ 80

AUGUSTUS

27 B -C/ A.D 14

Having achieved undisputed mastery of the Roman World in 30 B.C., Octavian set about restoring stabilité to the state after the disruption caused by decades of civil war. On 16thJanuary 27 B.C. the Senate granted him the titre "Augustus," the name by which he is bestknown to posterity..The assomption of this title by his successors was the means by whichImperial status was transferred, so its original granting is generally taken ta signify thecommencement of the Roman Imperial period.

Much of Augustus' long reign was spent in carrying through major reform programmes which were to set the Pattern for most aspects of life in the Empire for centuries to come. Included in this was a currency reform by which the gold aureus became a regular part of the monetary system, and a range of base metal denominations was re-introduced for the first time in generations. Public works were undertaken on a large scale, and Augustus could justly claim that he had "found Rome of brick and left it marble." Because of his poor health he gave considérable thought to the question of the succession, but experienced great difficulty in obtaining a suitable heir. Several candidates predeceased him, including two of his own grandsons, and eventually he reluctantly had to accept his stepson, Tiberius. Augustus died in A.D. 14 at the age of seventyseven, forty-five years after his triumph over Antony and Cleopatra at Actium.

Reference : 0017
Argent
poids : 3.7 g
Diametre :19 mm

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Reference : 0017
silver
weight : 3.7 g
diameter :19 mm
F15
Prix : 450 FF

DENARIUS

  Price :$ 78

TITUS

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(Titus Flavius Vespasianus). Born in A D. 41, Titus was the eider son of Vespasian and Flavia Domitilla and was educated wit'h Britannicus, the ill-fated son of Cladius. He later served in Germany and Britain and commanded a legion in his father's jewish campaign When Vespasian left to assume the purple, Titus remained to carry on the war and captured_Jerusalem in A.D. 70. On his return to Rome, Vespasian niade him his colleague in the government and his succession in A.D. 79 was thus smooth. He Proved himself a most benevolent emperor and his premature death in A.D. 81 caused great sorrow.

Titus received the tribunician power on july ISt, A.D. 71, and it was subsequently renewed each year on that date.

Mints: Rome; Lugdunum; Ephesus (?).

Unless otherwise stated the obverse type is laur. hd. of Titus r.

Reference : 0018
Argent
poids : 3.2 g
Diametre : 17 mm
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Reference : 0018
Silver
weight : 3.2 g
diameter : 17 mm

F15

Prix : 1100 FFR

DENARIUS

A/IMP.TITUS.CAES.VESPASIAN.AUG.PM

Laured head of Titus right

 R/TRP.IX.IMP.XV.COS.VIII.PP

Dolphin entwined around anchor

Price : $180

SEPTIMUS

. (Lucius Septimius Severus). Born in A.D. 146 at Leptis Magna in Africa, Severus was a soldier of outstanding ability, holding a series of increasingly important commands until, at the death of Commodus, he was governor of Upper Pannonia. He expressed his allegiance to Pertinax, but on the murder of the latter and the shameful elevation of Didius Julianus, which caused much indignation in the provinces, Severus was saluted as emperor by the troops at Carnuntum. He rapidly disposed of _Julianus and Niger and rater attacked and defeated his third rival, Clodius Albinus (A.D. 197). Severus spent much of his reign in campaigning in different parts of the Empire and also visiting many of the provinces. In A.D. 208 he came to Britain where there was much unrest following a great invasion by the barbarians of the North in A.D. 197. He repaired Hadrian's Wall, which had been partly destroyed, and invaded Caledonia, but without much success. The strains of this campaign, however, proved too much for the old emperor and he died at York on February 4th, A.D. 21 1.
Reference : 0019
Argent
poids : 3.3 g
Diametre : 19 mm
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Reference : 0019
Silver
weight : 3.3 g
diameter : 19 mm
VF35
Prix : 600 FFR

DENARIUS

A/SEVERUS AUG .PART .MAX

laured head of Severus right

R/VIRT.AUGG

Roma standing left holding victory spear and shield

Price : $ 110


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