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Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles - Auction 103, Lot 2169
Cn. Domitius Ahenobarbus. Silver Denarius (3.63 g), 41-40 BC. Uncertain mint in the region of the Adriatic or Ionian Sea. AHENOBAR, head of L. Ahenobarbus right. Reverse: CN DOMITIV[S] IMP, trophy set on prow of galley right. Crawford 519/2; HCRI 339; Sydenham 1177; Domitia 21. Toned and with a banker's mark behind head ('R'). About Very Fine. Estimate Value $400 - 500 Originally a Pompeian loyalist, Ahenobarbus allied with Brutus and Cassius after the Ides of March. After Philippi he engaged...
20 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Gerhard Hirsch Nachfolger - Auction 336, Lot 2358
BÜRGERKRIEGE, SEXTUS POMPEIUS. Sizilien.Denar. 42-40. Leuchtturm von Messana mit Neptunstatue, davor Kriegschiff l. mit Legionsadler. Rs: Scylla mit Ruder. Syd. 1348. RRC 511, 4a. 3.77g, Schöne Tönung. L. dezentriert. R fast St Seit 1997 in deutscher Sammlung. Sextus Pompeius war der jüngere Sohn von Pompeius Magnus und setzte nach dem Tod seines Vaters den Kampf gegen Caesar und dessen Nachfolger fort. Zeitweise wurde er sogar vom Senat als Flottenkommandeur anerkannt, wie die vorl...
7 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Bertolami Fine Arts - ACR Auctions - E-Auction 52, Lot 163
Octavian and Divus Julius Caesar, c. 36 BC. Gaul, Vienna. Æ Dupondius (30mm, 17.48g, 12h). Bare heads of Caesar l. and Octavian r., back to back. R/ Prow of galley r., surmounted by superstructure and mast. RPC I 517; SNG Copenhagen 703-4. Green patina, Good Fine Starting Price: 460 GBP...
4 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 169
Cilicia, Anazarbos Æ23. Tarkondimotos I Philantonios, King of Upper (Eastern) Cilicia, circa 39-31 BC. Diademed head right / BAΣIΛEΩΣ TAPKONΔIMOTOY ΦIΛANTΩNIOY, Zeus Nikephoros seated left. Wright, New 1; SNG BN 1913-6. 7.24g, 23mm, 12h. Near Extremely Fine. From the collection of K.M., Germany. Tarkondimotos I was a Roman client king of Cilicia, who at first supported Pompey in the civil war against Julius Caesar, but after Pompey's defeat and death was pardoned by Caesar and confirmed in ...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 295
Octavian, with Divus Julius Caesar, Æ Dupondius of Vienna, Gaul. Circa 36 BC. Bare heads of Caesar to left, and Octavian to right, back to back; IMP CAESAR DIVI F DIVI IVLI around / Prow of quinquireme with multi-storey superstructure and mast, standard or corvus right, decorated with eye; C·I·V above. RPC I 517. 18.27g, 30mm, 11h. Near Very Fine. Flan flaws, edge split and some corrosion evident. An interesting historical piece with a clear rev. type, struck in good style. Estimate: 100 G...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 296
Octavian Ӕ26 of Colonia Iulia Constantia Zilil, Mauretania. Circa 33-25 BC. CAESA[R DIVI] F CON[S]T, bare head right / Trophy of arms, holding a shield in each hand; on left and right, seated captive; VIR D D(?) downwards to left; III(?) downwards to right, NIAR POT(?) in exergue. RPC Supp. 866A; Depeyrot, Zilil I, Colonia Iulia Constantia Zilil, Etude du numéraire, Ecole française de Rome 250, 1999, p. 67, 82; Alexandropoulos 165. 12.14g, 26mm, 12h. Very Fine. Attractive green patina. Extrem...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 549
Marc Antony and Octavian AR Denarius. Military mint moving with Antony (Ephesus?), 41 BC. M. Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Antony right; M•ANT•IMP•AVG•III•VIR•R•P•C•M•BARBAT•Q•P around / Bare head of Octavian right, with slight beard; CAESAR•IMP•PONT•III•VIR•R•P•C• around. Crawford 517/2; CRI 243; RSC 8a. 3.35g, 18mm, 6h. Very Fine. Estimate: 400 GBP...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 550
Marc Antony and Octavian AR Denarius. Military mint moving with Antony (Ephesus?), 41 BC. M. Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Antony right; [M•]ANT•IMP•AVG•III•VIR•R•P•C•M•BAR[BAT•Q•P] around / Bare head of Octavian right, with slight beard; [C]AESAR•IMP•PONT•III•VIR•R•P•C• around. Crawford 517/2; CRI 243; RSC 8a. 3.59g, 17mm, 6h. Near Extremely Fine. Obverse scrape. Estimate: 200 GBP...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 551
Marc Antony and Octavian AR Denarius. Military mint moving with Antony (Ephesus?), 41 BC. M. Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Antony right; M•ANT•IMP•AVG•III•VIR•R•P•C•M•BARBAT•Q•P around / Bare head of Octavian right, with slight beard; CAESAR•IMP•PONT•III•VIR•R•P•C• around. Crawford 517/2; CRI 243; RSC 8a. 4.02g, 19mm, 12h. Very Fine. Estimate: 150 GBP...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 552
Marc Antony and Octavian AR Denarius. Military mint moving with Antony, 41 BC. L. Gellius Poplicola, moneyer. Head of Antony right, jug behind, M•ANT•IMP•AVG•III•VIR•R•P•C•L•GELL•Q•P• around / Head of Octavian right, lituus behind, CAESAR•IMP•PONT•III•VIR•R•P•C• around. Crawford 517/8; CRI 250; RSC Antonia 54, Gellia 8. 3.82g, 21mm, 4h. Very Fine; lustrous. Rare. Estimate: 500 GBP...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 554
Cleopatra and Marc Antony AR Denarius. Uncertain Eastern mint, autumn 34 BC. CLEOPA[TRAE•REGINAE•REGVM•]FILIORVM•REGVM, diademed and draped bust of Cleopatra right; [at point of bust, prow right] / [ANTONI•ARM]ENIA•DEVICTA, bare head of Marc Antony right; Armenian tiara to left. Crawford 543/1; CRI 345; RSC 1. 3.63g, 17mm, 12h. Good Fine. Rare. Issued in the wake of the successful campaign against Armenia in early-mid 34 BC, this type proudly commemorates the victory with the legend 'Arm...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 555
Octavian AR Denarius. Southern or central Italian mint, summer 37 BC. [IMP•C]AESAR DIVI•F•III•VIR•[ITER•R•P•C], bare head right, with beard / COS•ITER•ET•TER•DESIG, emblems of the augurate and pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, guttus and lituus. Crawford 538/1; CRI 312; RSC 91; BMCRR Gaul 116-8. 3.86g, 19mm, 2h. Very Fine. From the collection of H.P.A. Estimate: 150 GBP...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 556
Octavian AR Denarius. Italian mint (Rome?), autumn 30 - summer 29 BC. Bare head right / Façade of the Roman Curia with a tetrastyle porch; IMP CAESAR on the architrave; figure seated between animals, vis-à-vis, in pediment; Victory standing facing on globe, holding wreath and vexillum, on apex of roof; statues, each holding a parazonium and sceptre, standing at each end of architrave. RIC 266; CRI 421; BMCRE 631; RSC 122. 3.47g, 22mm, 4h. Very Fine. From the collection of H.P.A. Estimate: 1...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 43, Lot 558
Augustus AR Denarius. Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?), circa 18 BC. CAESARI AVGVSTO, laureate head right / The Temple of Mars Ultor: round-domed, hexastyle temple with acroteria set on podium of three steps, an aquila between two signa within; MAR-V[LT] across fields. RIC 105a; RSC 190; BMC 373. 3.52g, 17mm, 5h. Good Very Fine. After his defeat of Marc Antony at the Battle of Philippi in 42 BC Octavian, as he was still styled at that time, vowed that he would build a fine temple to hono...
3 Feb 2018Upcoming
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 413, Lot 403
The Triumvirs. Mark Antony and Octavian. Spring-early summer 41 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.67 g, 12h). Ephesus mint; M. Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Mark Antony right / Bare head of Octavian right. Crawford 517/2; CRI 243; Sydenham 1181; RSC 8. Good VF, toned, minor porosity. Estimate: 500 USD...
31 Jan 2018Upcoming
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 413, Lot 407
The Triumvirs. Lepidus and Octavian. November-December 43 BC. AR Denarius (21mm, 3.67 g, 6h). Military mint traveling with Lepidus in Italy. Bare head of Lepidus right / Bare head of Octavian right. Crawford 495/2a; CRI 140; Sydenham 1323; RSC 2a. VF, toned, struck off center as usual. Ex Rauch 101 (19 April 2016), lot 1521. Estimate: 300 USD...
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 413, Lot 408
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Summer 37 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 4.11 g, 6h). Southern or central Italian mint. Bare head right / Emblems of the augurate and pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, guttus, and lituus. Crawford 538/1; CRI 312; Sydenham 1334; RSC 91. Good VF, lightly toned. Estimate: 200 USD...
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 413, Lot 409
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Spring-early summer 36 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 3.65 g, 7h). Southern or central Italian mint. Bareheaded and bearded head right / Tetrastyle temple of Divus Julius: statue of Julius Caesar as augur standing within temple; DIVO • IVL on architrave, star within pediment, figures along roof line; lighted altar to left. Crawford 540/2; CRI 315; Sydenham 1338; RSC 90. Fine, porous. Estimate: 150 USD...
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 413, Lot 410
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Spring-early summer 36 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.61 g, 6h). Southern or central Italian mint. Bareheaded and bearded head right / Tetrastyle temple of Divus Julius: statue of Julius Caesar as augur standing within temple; DIVO • IVL on architrave, star within pediment, figures along roof line; lighted altar to left. Crawford 540/2; CRI 315; Sydenham 1338; RSC 90. VF, lightly toned, tiny metal flaws. Estimate: 300 USD...
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Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. - Buy or Bid Sale 203, Lot 227
Mark Antony and Octavia. Cistophoric Tetradrachm; Mark Antony and Octavia; Ephesus, 39 BC, Cistophoric Tetradrachm, 12.07g. RPC-2201; Sydenham-1197; Sear, Imperators-262. Obv: M ANTONIVS IMP COS DESIG ITER ET TERT Head of Antony r., lituus below, all enclosed within ivy wreath. Rx: III VIR / R P C Bust of Octavia r., on cista supported and flanked by snakes. "This remarkable issue...commemorates the marriage of Antony and Octavian's sister Octavia and celebrates Antony's divine status as the '...
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Harlan J. Berk, Ltd. - Buy or Bid Sale 203, Lot 322
Octavian. ; Octavian; (Gaul?), After 38 BC, Dupondius (ancient imitation), 13.56g. Cf. RPC-620 & 621, Cr-535/1 & 2), Sear Imperators-308 & 9 etc. Obv: Bare head of Octavian r., CAES[AR] before, [DIVI F] behind. Rx: DIVOS / IVLIVS in two lines in laurel wreath. This coin is a hybrid of Cr-535/1 (obverse) and Cr-535/2 (reverse). With a handwritten Berk ticket from c. the 1990s.. F Buy price: $500 Starting Price: 350 USD...
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Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 362
ASIA MINOR, Uncertain. Octavian(?). Circa 30 BC(?). Æ (27mm, 19.99 g, 12h). Bare head right / Fiscus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; Q below. RPC I 5409; FITA p. 13. Near VF, dark green patina, minor roughness. This issue has previously been attributed to a Macedonian mint with the portrait identified either as Brutus (Friedlander), Caesar (Grant), or to the governor of of Syria, Gaius Sosius (in the trade). RPC presents a case for a Cilician or Syrian origin, supported by find data, with a sug...
17 Jan 201890 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 363
ASIA MINOR, Uncertain. Octavian(?). Circa 30 BC(?). Æ (19.5mm, 6.87 g, 12h). Bare head right / Fiscus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; [Q] below. RPC I 5410; FITA p. 13. Near VF, dark green and red-brown surfaces, pits on obverse, some smoothing and cleaning marks. Scarce. This issue has previously been attributed to a Macedonian mint with the portrait identified either as Brutus (Friedlander), Caesar (Grant), or to the governor of of Syria, Gaius Sosius (in the trade). RPC presents a case for a...
17 Jan 2018Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 376
COELESYRIA, Chalcis ad Libanum. Octavian. 32-31 BC. Æ (20mm, 6.78 g, 12h). Zenodorus, tetrarch and archereus. Dated SE 282 (32/1 BC). Bare head of Octavian right / Bare head of Zenodorus left. RPC I 4774; HGC 9, 1454. VF, green patina, light roughness. Estimate: 150 USD...
17 Jan 201890 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 441
The Triumvirs. Mark Antony and Octavian. Spring-early summer 41 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 3.58 g, 12h). Ephesus mint; M. Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Mark Antony right / Bare head of Octavian right. Crawford 517/2; CRI 243; Sydenham 1181; RSC 8. VF, toned. From the Matthew Rich Collection. Ex Downie 207 (28 January 1987), lot 592. Estimate: 300 USD...
17 Jan 2018950 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 442
The Triumvirs. Mark Antony and Octavian. Spring-early summer 41 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.58 g, 12h). Ephesus mint; M. Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Mark Antony right / Bare head of Octavian right. Crawford 517/2; CRI 243; Sydenham 1181; RSC 8. VF, areas of encrustation. Estimate: 200 USD...
17 Jan 2018525 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 449
The Triumvirs. Lepidus and Octavian. November-December 43 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 3.95 g, 3h). Military mint traveling with Lepidus in Italy. Bare head of Lepidus right / Bare head of Octavian right, wearing slight beard. Crawford 495/2d; CRI 140a; Sydenham 1323 var. (obv. legend); RSC 2c. VF, areas of flat strike. Estimate: 300 USD...
17 Jan 2018450 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 450
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 42 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.40 g, 7h). Military mint traveling with Octavian in Greece. Helmeted and draped bust of Mars right; spear to left / Aquila surmounted by trophy between two signa. Crawford 497/3; Sear CRI 138; Sydenham 1320; RSC 248. VF, lightly toned, banker's mark on obverse. Estimate: 300 USD...
17 Jan 2018280 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 451
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Early 40 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 3.72 g, 6h). Military mint traveling with Octavian in Italy; Q. Salvius, moneyer. Bare head right, with slight beard / Winged thunderbolt. Crawford 523/1a; CRI 300; Sydenham 1326b; RSC 514. Near VF, banker's mark on obverse. Estimate: 200 USD...
17 Jan 2018190 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 452
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Summer 37 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.83 g, 3h). Southern or central Italian mint. Bare head right / Emblems of the augurate and pontificate: simpulum, aspergillum, guttus, and lituus. Crawford 538/1; CRI 312; Sydenham 1334; RSC 91. Near VF, some encrustation. Estimate: 300 USD...
17 Jan 2018300 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 453
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Spring-early summer 36 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.91 g, 6h). Southern or central Italian mint. Bareheaded and bearded head right / Tetrastyle temple of Divus Julius: statue of Julius Caesar as augur standing within temple; DIVO • IVL on architrave, star within pediment, figures along roof line; lighted altar to left. Crawford 540/2; CRI 315; Sydenham 1338; RSC 90. Near VF. Estimate: 200 USD...
17 Jan 2018200 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 454
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 32-summer 31 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.57 g, 9h). Italian (Rome?) mint. Diademed head of Venus right, wearing necklace / Octavian advancing left, extending arm and holding spear. CRI 397; RIC I 251 (Augustus); RSC 70 (Augustus). VF, toned, some cleaning scratches. From the Dr. Allan Smith Collection. Estimate: 300 USD...
17 Jan 2018340 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 455
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 31-summer 30 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.67 g, 11h). Italian (Rome?) mint. Bare head left / Victory standing left on globe, holding wreath and palm frond. CRI 407; RIC I 254b; RSC 64. VF, surfaces a bit granular. Estimate: 300 USD...
17 Jan 2018500 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 412, Lot 456
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 31-summer 30 BC. AV Aureus (21mm, 7.79 g, 6h). Uncertain Italian mint. Bare head left / Triumphal quadriga left, with ornamented panels and four horses surmounting car; CAESAR • DIVI • F in exergue. CRI 405; RIC I 258; Calicó 189 = Biaggi 98; BMCRE 591. Near VF, reddish-tone around the devices, scattered marks. Rare. Estimate: 5000 USD...
17 Jan 20189,500 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3063, Lot 33378
Ancients Mark Antony and Octavian, as Triumvirs and Imperators (43-31 BC). AR denarius (3.90 gm). NGC AU 4/5 - 4/5. Ephesus, 41 BC, with Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Marc Antony right / Bare head of Octavian right, with long sideburn. Crawford 517/2. Sydenham 1181. CRI 243. RSC 8a. HID02901242017 Estimate: 800-1200 USD...
16 Jan 20181,100 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3063, Lot 33379
Ancients Marc Antony, as Triumvir and Imperator (43-31 BC). AR denarius (17mm, 3.70 gm, 6h). NGC Choice AU 4/5 - 4/5. Legionary issue, mint moving with Antony in Greece (Aegae or Patrae), 32-31 BC. ANT • AVG-III • VIR • R • P • C, war galley under oar right with triple ram prow and scepter tied with fillet / LEG-II, aquila between two signa. Crawford 544/14. CRI 349. RSC 27. Legio Secunda Augusta swore allegiance to Octavian after the Battle at Philippi in 42 BC and remained through the Batt...
16 Jan 2018750 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3063, Lot 33381
Ancients Octavian, as sole Imperator (30-27 BC). AR denarius (3.92 gm). NGC Choice XF 4/5 - 4/5, edge bumps. Southern or central Italian mint, ca. 29-27 BC. Bare head of Octavian right / Legend on the architrave of the Curia Julia (Roman Senate House), figure seated between two birds vis-à-vis in pediment, porch supported by four short columns, statue of Victory facing, with wreath in right hand and vexillum in left, on globe surmounting apex of roof, two central paneled doors with three rows ...
16 Jan 20181,250 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3063, Lot 33382
Ancients Octavian, as sole Imperator (30-27 BC). AR denarius (3.68 gm). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 3/5. Southern or central Italian mint, ca. 29-27 BC. Laureate head of Augustus right / Statue of Octavian (?) facing, holding spear and parazonium, atop rostral column decorated with prows. RIC 271.Somewhat scrubbed surfaces. HID02901242017 Estimate: 300-400 USD...
16 Jan 2018320 USD
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - e-Auction 6, Lot 216
Imperatorische Prägungen Octavianus Denar 42 v. Chr., Heeresmzst. in Griechenland. Kopf des Mars mit Speer / Legionsadler vor Trophäe zwischen 2 Standarten. Cr. 497, 3; Syd. 1320. 3.47 g.; Selten Sehr schön Leichte Korrosion im Avers Estimate: 150 EUR...
13 Jan 2018Unsold 
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Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - e-Auction 6, Lot 217
Imperatorische Prägungen Octavianus Quinar 39 v. Chr., Mzst. in Süditalien, auf den Vertrag von Brundisium mit M. Antonius. Kopf der Concordia / Handschlag vor Caduceus. Cr. 529, 4b; Syd. 1195. 1.68 g.; Feine Tönung Selten Schön - sehr schön Ex Auktion Schenk-Behrens 82, 2001, 214. Estimate: 100 EUR...
13 Jan 2018100 EUR
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - e-Auction 6, Lot 218
Imperatorische Prägungen Octavianus. Denar 36 v. Chr., Heeresmzst. in Italien. Kopf des Octavian / Verschleierte Figur mit Lituus (Divus Julius Caesar) in Tempel, daneben Altar. Cr. 540, 2; Syd. 1338. 3.79 g.; Feines Bildnis Sehr schön Kleine Bankpunze im Avers Estimate: 200 EUR...
13 Jan 2018240 EUR
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger - e-Auction 6, Lot 219
Imperatorische Prägungen Octavianus und M. Aemilius Lepidus Denar 42 v. Chr., Heeresmzst. in Mittelitalien. Kopf des M. Lepidus / Kopf des Octavian. Cr. 495, 2a; Syd. 1323a. 3.69 g.; Gute Bildnisse Sehr selten Sehr schön Estimate: 500 EUR...
13 Jan 2018Unsold 
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 661
The Caesarians. Julius Caesar. Early 46 BC. AV Aureus (19mm, 7.94 g, 4h). Rome mint; A. Hirtius, praetor. Veiled female head (Vesta or Pietas?) right; C • CAESAR COS • TER around / Emblems of the augurate and pontificate: lituus, guttus, and securis; A HIRTIVS PR around. Crawford 466/1; Molinari 3 (D1/R202 - this coin); CRI 56; Calicó 36; Sydenham 1017; RBW 1636. Near EF, a few marks on reverse. Excellent style from early in the issue. Ex New York Sale XXIII (6 January 2010), lot 112; Leu 7...
9 Jan 201813,000 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 662
The Caesarians. Julius Caesar. Early 46 BC. AV Aureus (20mm, 8.03 g, 9h). Rome mint; A. Hirtius, praetor. Veiled female head (Vesta or Pietas?) right; C • CAESAR COS • TER around / Emblems of the augurate and pontificate: lituus, guttus, and securis; A HIRTIVS PR around. Crawford 466/1; Molinari 425 (D73/R282); CRI 56; Calicó 37b; Sydenham 1018; RBW 1634. Near EF, toned. From the Jonathan P. Rosen Collection. Ex Lanz 153 (12 December 2011), lot 368. Aulus Hirtius, praetor at the time this ...
9 Jan 201810,500 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 668
The Triumvirs. Mark Antony and Octavian. November-December 43 BC. AV Aureus (21.5mm, 7.93 g, 1h). Military mint traveling with Antony in Cisalpine Gaul or Italy. Bareheaded and bearded head of Mark Antony right; M • ANTONIVS • III • VIR • R • P • C around / Bare head of Octavian right; lituus to left; C • CAESAR • III • VIR • R • P • C around. Crawford 492/1; CRI 124; Bahrfeldt 55 and pl. VII, 4 (same dies); Calicó 108; Sydenham 1162; Kestner –; BMCRR Gaul 47; RBW –; Biaggi 63. Good Fine, matt...
9 Jan 201830,000 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 669
The Caesarians. Julius Caesar. 41 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 4.09 g, 1h). Rome mint; L. Flaminius Chilo, moneyer. Wreathed head of Caesar right / Goddess (Pax or Venus?) standing left, holding caduceus in right hand and scepter in left; L • FLAMINIVS downward to right, III • VIR upward to left. Crawford 485/1; CRI 113; Sydenham 1089; RSC 26; RBW –. EF, toned, light banker's mark in obverse field. A portrait of extraordinary quality. Ex Ernst Julius Haeberlin Collection (Cahn 75, 30 May 1932), ...
9 Jan 201830,000 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 673
The Republicans. Brutus. Summer 42 BC. AV Aureus (20mm, 8.15 g, 6h). Military mint traveling with Brutus and Cassius (possibly at Sardis); M. Servilius, legatus. Laureate head of Libertas right; M • SERVILIVS upward to left, LEG upward to right / Trophy composed of helmet, cuirass, two spears, and two shields; Q • CAEPIO upward to left, BRVTVS • IMP upward to right. Crawford 505/4; CRI 206; Calicó 61; Sydenham 1314; RBW 1775. Good VF. Very rare and important type. Ex Numismatica Ars Classic...
9 Jan 201827,500 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 675
The Triumvirs. Mark Antony and Octavian. Spring-early summer 41 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.79 g, 12h). Ephesus mint; M. Barbatius Pollio, quaestor pro praetore. Bare head of Mark Antony right; M • ANT • I(MP) • (AV)G • III • VIR • R • P • C • M • BARBAT • Q • P around / Bare head of Octavian right; CAESAR • IMP • PONT • III • VIR • R • P • C • around. Crawford 517/2; CRI 243; Sydenham 1181; RSC 8a; RBW 1798. EF, lightly toned. From the Dr. Allan Smith Collection. Ex estate of Thomas Bentley C...
9 Jan 20182,250 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 680
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 42 BC. AR Denarius (19.5mm, 3.81 g, 8h). Military mint traveling with Octavian in Greece. Helmeted and draped bust of young Mars right, spear over left shoulder; CAESAR III VIR • R • P • C around / Aquila between two signa, all set on ground line; above, trophy, holding oval shields; S C flanking aquila. Crawford 497/3; CRI 138; Sydenham 1320; RSC 248; RBW 1758. Near EF, toned. Rare. Ex Kricheldorf XXXI (31 January 1977), lot 203. Estimate: 2000 USD...
9 Jan 20181,600 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 681
The Triumvirs. Octavian, Divus Julius Caesar, and Agrippa. 38 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 4.14 g, 7h). Military mint traveling with Agrippa in Gaul or Octavian in Italy. Wreathed head of the deified Julius Caesar right, facing bare head of Octavian left; DIVOS IVLIVS upward to left, DIVI F downward to right / M · AGRIPPA · COS/DESIG in two lines. Crawford 534/2; CRI 306; Sydenham 1330; RSC 129; RBW –. EF, deep cabinet tone. Exceptional for this very rare issue, with two fantastic portraits. Ex N...
9 Jan 201875,000 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 682
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 32-summer 31 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 4.02 g, 12h). Mint in Italy, possibly Rome. Bare head right / Pax, draped, standing facing, head left, holding olive branch in right hand and cornucopia in left; CAESAR down left, DIVI • F up right. CRI 399; RIC I 252; RSC 69; BMCRE 605–8 = BMCRR East 236–9; BN 26–33. Good VF, deep iridescent tone, minor flan flaw on reverse. From the Dr. Allan Smith Collection. Ex Classical Numismatic Group 103 (14 September 2016), lot 665...
9 Jan 20183,500 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 683
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 30 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 4.00 g, 6h). Mint in Italy, possibly Rome. Victory standing right on prow of galley, holding wreath in right hand and palm frond in left / Octavian driving triumphal quadriga right, holding branch in right hand; IMP • CAESAR in exergue. CRI 416; RIC I 264; RSC 115; BMCRE 617-9 = BMCRR Rome 4343-5; BN 98-104. EF, attractive old cabinet tone. From the Dr. Allan Smith Collection. Ex Elvira E. Clain-Stefanelli Collection (Numismatica Ar...
9 Jan 20182,500 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 684
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 30 BC. AR Denarius (19mm, 3.78 g, 1h). Mint in Italy, possibly Rome. Victory, holding wreath in right hand and palm frond in left, standing right on prow of galley / Octavian, holding branch in right hand, driving triumphal quadriga right; IMP • CAESAR in exergue. CRI 416; RIC I 264; RSC 115; BMCRE 617-9 = BMCRR Rome 4343-5; BN 98-104. EF, old cabinet tone. Ex Numismatica Ars Classica 100 (29 May 2017), lot 409; LHS 102 (29 April 2008), lot 333 (hammer 2,400...
9 Jan 20181,700 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 685
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 30-summer 29 BC. AV Aureus (21mm, 7.91 g, 9h). Mint in Italy, possibly Rome. Draped bust of Diana Siciliensis right, her shoulders bare, the hair drawn back and coiled into two rolls on top and back of head; behind neck, bow and quiver / Tetrastyle temple containing a naval and military trophy set on prow; in pediment, triskelis; above, at corners, aplustra; IMP • CAESAR on frieze. CRI 418; Calicó 206; RIC I 273; BMCRE 643 = BMCRR Rome 4355; BN 91; Biaggi 105. V...
9 Jan 20184,750 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 686
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 30-summer 29 BC. AR Denarius (20.5mm, 3.89 g, 1h). Mint in Italy, possibly Rome. Bare head right / Naval and military trophy facing, composed of helmet, cuirass, shield, and crossed spears, set on prow of galley right; crossed rudder and anchor at base; IMP CAESAR across field. CRI 419; RIC I 265a (Augustus); RSC 119 (Augustus). EF, attractively toned. Estimate: 2000 USD...
9 Jan 20183,250 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 687
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 30-summer 29 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.80 g, 6h). Mint in Italy, possibly Rome. Laureate head of Apollo of Actium right, with features resembling Octavian / Octavian, as city founder, veiled and wearing priestly robes, holding whip in outstretched left hand and plow-handle in right, plowing right with yoke of oxen; IMP • CAESAR in exergue. CRI 424; RIC I 272; RSC 117; BMCRE 638-40 = BMCRR Rome 4363-5; BN 92-6. Good VF, lightly toned with some underlying luster. ...
9 Jan 2018550 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Triton XXI, Lot 743
A Flavian Era Hoard of Aurei and Denarii. Lot of forty-six (46) coins. Lot consists of eleven gold aurei and thirty-five silver denarii discovered at Agen, France. While the exact circumstances of the coins' discovery are uncertain, the finds would seem to comprise at least a portion of a hoard deposited during the Flavian Era. Includes the following: AV Aurei: Tiberius (2), Nero (6), Vespasian (3). AR Denarii: Q. Cassius Longinus (1), Octavian/Augustus (5), Claudius (2), Nero (1), Vitelli...
9 Jan 201880,000 USD
Dmitry Markov Coins & Medals | M&M Numismatics Ltd | Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles - The New York Sale XLII, Lot 427
C. Caesar Octavianus and Julius Caesar, c. 43 BC Gold Aureus (8.12 g). Minted in Gallia Cisalpina or Italy, struck 43 B.C. C CAESAR COS [PON]T AVG, bearded head of Octavian facing right, within a dotted border. rev. [C CAESAR] DICT PERP PONT MAX, laureate head of Julius Caesar facing right, within a dotted border. (Bahrfeldt 28 and pl. V, 3 (these dies); Calicó 52; Crawford 490/2; Sydenham 1321; Kent-Hirmer pl. 33, 116; RBW 1714; Sear Imperators 132). Two excellent and well-struck portraits, a...
9 Jan 201865,000 USD
Dmitry Markov Coins & Medals | M&M Numismatics Ltd | Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles - The New York Sale XLII, Lot 432
Augustus. Silver Denarius (3.72 g), 27 BC-AD 14. Superb EF. Caesaraugusta (?), ca. 19/8 BC. Head of Augustus right, wreathed with oak-leaves.rev. CAESAR AVGVSTVS, two laurel branches. RIC 33a; BMC 352; RSC 47. Lovely old cabinet toning with hints of iridescense. A fantastic portrait of great style struck on an exceptionally large flan. Superb Extremely Fine. Estimated Value $7,500 Ex Alberto Campana Collection (NAC 64, 17-18 May 2012), 1033; Ex Rauch 82 (23 April 2008), 203 Ex Exceptional Ro...
9 Jan 201812,500 USD
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Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3061, Lot 29312
Ancients Octavian, as Imperator (43-27 BC), with Divus Julius Caesar (died 44 BC). Æ dupondius (32mm, 18.42 gm, 11h). NGC XF 4/5 - 3/5. Vienna in Gaul, ca. 36 BC. ·IMP · CAESAR · DIVI · F · DIVI · IVLI, back-to-back bare heads of Caesar (left) and Octavian (right) / C · I · V, prow of quinquireme right. RPC I 517. SNG Copenhagen 703-704. Two excellent imperatorial portraits, struck on an exceptionally broad flan, with a dark brown patina. From the F.P. Briand Collection HID02901242017 Estima...
7 Jan 20181,900 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3061, Lot 29338
Ancients Marc Antony, as Triumvir and Imperator (43-31 BC). AR denarius (18mm, 3.64 gm, 3h). NGC MS 4/5 - 4/5. Legionary issue, mint moving with Antony in Greece (Aegae or Patrae), 32-31 BC. ANT • AVG-III • VIR • R • P • C, war galley under oar right with triple ram prow and scepter tied with fillet / LEG-XIX, aquila between two standards. Crawford 544/35. CRI 378. Sydenham 1242. RSC 55. Bright and fresh with carefully and compactly engraved designs. Legio XIX was founded in 41 or 40 BC in S...
7 Jan 2018850 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3061, Lot 29339
Ancients Mark Antony and Octavian (41 BC). AR denarius (20mm, 3.94 gm, 11h). NGC Choice AU★ 4/5 - 5/5, Fine Style. Mark Antony and Octavian as Imperators and Triumvirs (43-30 BC). AR denarius (20mm, 3.65 gm, 11h)). Ephesus, 41 BC. By M. Barbatus. M · ANT· IMP· AVG· III VIR· R· P· C· M· BARBAT· Q· P (MP and AV in monogram), bare head right of Antony / CAESAR· IMP· PONT· III· VIR· R· P· C, bare head right of Octavian. Crawford 517/2. RCV 1504. RSC 8. Beautiful rich toning over choice silver sur...
7 Jan 20182,700 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3061, Lot 29340
Ancients Mark Antony and Octavian (41 BC) with M. Barbatius. AR denarius (18mm, 3.75 gm, 12h). NGC Choice XF 4/5 - 4/5. Military mint travelling with Antony (Ephesos?), autumn 41 BC. M · ANT · IMP · AVG · III · VIR · R · P · C · M · BARBAT · Q · P (MP and AV ligate), bare head of Marc Antony right / CAESAR · IMP · PONT · III · VIR · R · P · C ·, bare head of Octavian right, with slight beard. Antonia 51, Julia 96 and Barbatia 2. Crawford 517/2. RBW 1798. Sydenham 1181. Two magnificent portrait...
7 Jan 2018800 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3061, Lot 29354
Ancients Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). AR denarius (19mm, 3.76 gm, 6h). NGC Choice XF 5/5 - 4/5, edge cut. Spain, Caesaraugusta (?), 19-18 BC. CAESAR AVGVSTVS, head of Augustus right wearing oak wreath / DIVVS IVLIVS, eight-rayed comet with tail upwards. RIC 37a. BMCRE 323-5 (Gaul 135-7). RSC 98. Excellent centering on this magnificent specimen of a very popular type. Very light wear on the high points do not diminish the eye appeal and the edge cut noted is not apparent. A comet that appeared in s...
7 Jan 20182,800 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3061, Lot 32082
Ancients Octavian, as Consul (43 BC), with Julius Caesar (dictator 49-44 BC). AV aureus (21mm, 8.08 gm, 5h). NGC Choice VF 4/5 - 3/5. Military mint in Transalpine and Cisalpine Gaul, July-August 43 BC. C · CAESAR · COS · PONT · AVG· (partially ligate), bare head of Octavian right / C · CAESAR · [DICT · PER]P PONT · MAX (partially ligate), laureate head of Julius Caesar right. Crawford 490/2 (R3). CRI 132. Cohen 2. Sydenham 1321. Calicó 52. Newman "A Dialogue of Power in the Coinage of Antony ...
7 Jan 201840,000 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3061, Lot 32083
Ancients Quintus Labienus, rebel Imperator (40-39 BC). AR denarius (18mm, 3.79 gm, 5h). NGC AU 4/5 - 3/5. Antioch or uncertain mint in Syria or southern Asia Minor, early 40 BC. Q · LABIENVS · PARTHICVS · IMP, bare head of Labienus right, with unruly hair and long sideburn / No legend, cavalry horse standing right, with bridle and saddle, to which quiver and bow-case are attached. Crawford 524/2. BMCRR East 131. RSC 2. CRI 341. Sydenham 1357. Extremely rare, one of the most sought-after Imper...
7 Jan 201846,000 USD
Heritage World Coin Auctions - NYINC Signature Sale 3061, Lot 32085
Ancients Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). AV aureus (19mm, 7.49 gm, 6h). NGC VF 5/5 - 3/5. Spain (Colonia Patricia?), ca. 19 BC. CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head of Augustus right / Shield inscribed S·P·Q·R over CL·V within laurel wreath; OB CIVIS above, SERVATOS below. RIC 78. CBN 1131. Calicó 255 (same dies). Cohen 214. Rare! Nice, even wear and mellow surfaces. The reverse of this attractive Spanish mint aureus depicts both the Clippus Virtutis, or "shield of Valour," and the Corona Civica, or "Civic Cro...
7 Jan 201813,000 USD
Roma Numismatics Ltd - E-Sale 42, Lot 232
Seleukis and Pieria, Apameia Æ20. Autonomous issue, dated year 276 = 37/36 BC. Head of Athena right, wearing crested Corinthian helmet / [AΠAMEΩN] THΣ IEPAΣ KAI AYTONOMOY, Nike advancing left, holding untied wreath and palm; GOΣ (date) downwards in inner left field. RPC I, 4338. 8.67g, 20mm, 12h. Very Fine. Desert patina. Scarce. Gifted autonomy by Antony and shown with pride in the reverse legend of this type, Apameia had this privilege revoked by Octavian as can be seen by the change in ...
6 Jan 2018Unsold 
Agora Auctions - Numismatic Auction 71, Lot 127
Mysia, Parium. Octavian. 44-27 B.C. AE 24 (24.06 mm, 9.32 g, 1 h). . M. Barbatius M'. Acilius IIvir, P. Vibius Sacerdos Caesaris, Q. Barbatius Praef. pro IIvir. C - G / P - I, bare head of Octavian right / [M BA]RBATIO // (MN) ACILIO / II VIR, priest plowing right in pomerium ceremony with yoke of bull and ox. RPC 2261; . VF, toned metal surfaces on devices, dark green patina in fields . . Estimate: 100 USD...
26 Dec 2017351 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 411, Lot 291
MACEDON, Thessalonica. Mark Antony & Octavian. 37 BC. Æ (23mm, 11.67 g, 6h). Head of Agonothesia right / ANT/KAI in two lines within wreath. RPC I 1552; SNG Copenhagen 375. Good Fine, dark green patina. Uncertain countermark on obverse. Estimate: 150 USD...
13 Dec 2017130 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 411, Lot 378
The Triumvirs. Octavian and Divus Julius Caesar. 38 BC. Æ Sestertius (or Dupondius?) (32mm, 16.21 g, 6h). Southern Italian(?) mint. Bare head of Octavian right, wearing slight beard / Wreathed head of Divus Julius Caesar right. Crawford 535/1; cf. Alföldi & Giard 34 (for type); CRI 308; Sydenham 1335; RPC I 620; Type as RBW 1822. Good VF to EF for wear, dark brown surfaces with touches of red. Extensively filled and smoothed in the fields, but the portraits are untouched. SOLD AS IS – NO RETUR...
13 Dec 2017400 USD
Classical Numismatic Group - Electronic Auction 411, Lot 379
The Triumvirs. Octavian. Autumn 32-summer 31 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.68 g, 10h). Italian (Rome?) mint. Bare head right / Pax standing left, holding olive branch and cornucopia. CRI 399; RIC I 252; RSC 69. VF, toned, obverse banker's mark. From the Andrew McCabe Collection. Ex Randy Haviland Collection (Gemini X, 13 January 2013), lot 506. Estimate: 500 USD...
13 Dec 2017400 USD
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 1087
(36 a.C.). Octavio Augusto. Denario. (Spink 1545) (S. 90) (Craw. 540/2). 3,88 g. Escasa. MBC. Estimate: 350 EUR...
13 Dec 2017322 EUR
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 1088
(31-30 a.C.). Octavio Augusto. Denario. (Spink 1553) (S. 60) (RIC. 256). 3,72 g. Escasa. MBC+. Estimate: 500 EUR...
13 Dec 2017Unsold 
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 1089
(30-26 a.C.). Octavio Augusto. Denario. (Spink 1557) (S. 122) (RIC. 266). 3,66 g. Escasa. MBC+. Estimate: 700 EUR...
13 Dec 2017Unsold 
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 1090
(8-7 a.C.). Octavio Augusto. Denario. (Spink 1596) (S. 40) (RIC. 199). 3,64 g. Escasa. MBC+. Estimate: 400 EUR...
13 Dec 2017Unsold 
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 1091
(15-13 a.C.). Octavio Augusto. Denario. (Spink 1610) (S. 137) (RIC. 167a). 3,84 g. Contramarca en anverso. MBC+. Estimate: 250 EUR...
13 Dec 2017260 EUR
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 1161
Bilbilis (Calatayud). Octavio Augusto. As. (FAB. 278) (ACIP. 3017a). 12,41 g. Pátina verde. MBC+. Estimate: 100 EUR...
13 Dec 201795 EUR
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 2113
(2 a.C. - 4 d.C.). Octavio Augusto. Denario. (Spink 1597) (S. 43) (RIC. 207). 3,82 g. MBC. Estimate: 90 EUR...
13 Dec 2017135 EUR
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Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 2114
(2 a.C. - 4 d.C.). Octavio Augusto. Denario. (Spink 1597) (S. 43) (RIC. 207). 3,69 g. Sirvió como joya. (MBC). Estimate: 40 EUR...
13 Dec 201748 EUR
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 2115
(19 a.C.). Octavio Augusto. Denario. (Spink 1625) (S. 208) (RIC. 77a). 3,48 g. MBC-. Estimate: 90 EUR...
13 Dec 201791 EUR
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 2271
Caesaraugusta (Zaragoza). Octavio Augusto. Semis. (FAB. 335) (ACIP. 3045). 6,31 g. Incrustaciones en reverso. BC+/MBC-. Estimate: 50 EUR...
13 Dec 201745 EUR
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 2272
Calagurris (Calahorra). Octavio Augusto. As. (FAB. 416) (ACIP. 3122a). 12,60 g. BC+. Estimate: 50 EUR...
13 Dec 2017Unsold 
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 2283
Emérita (Mérida). Octavio Augusto. Quinario. (FAB. 982) (ACIP. 4461) (S. 386) (RIC. 1a). 1,76 g. Contramarca en anverso. MBC-. Estimate: 25 EUR...
13 Dec 201720 EUR
Áureo & Calicó - Auction 301, Lot 2288
Octavio Augusto. Gades (Cádiz). Sestercio. (FAB. 1369) (ACIP. 3318). 38,16 g. Muy rara. BC. Estimate: 600 EUR...
13 Dec 2017Unsold 
Numismatik Lanz München - Auction 165, Lot 65
KÖNIGREICH BOSPORUS. ASANDER (43-16). Gold Stater. Dated regnal year 6 = 42-41. Diademed head of Asander right with long, flowing hair. Rev: ASANDROU BASILEWS. Nike standing on galley prow left, holding wreath in extended right hand and palm frond in left, date C over monogram in left field. Frolova 11; Nowotka 3-4; RPC 1848. 8,19g. Some minor dents, otherwise extremely fine. By 47 BC, Asander married as his second wife the daughter of Pharnaces II from his Sarmatian wife, Dynamis. She was ...
9 Dec 20176,000 EUR
Numismatik Lanz München - Auction 165, Lot 174
REPUBLIK. MARCUS ANTONIUS, OCTAVIAN und M. BARBATIUS POLLIO. Denar, 41 v. Chr., mobile Feldmünzstätte. M·ANT·IMP ·AVG ·III VIR·R ·P C· M ·BARBAT· Q ·P. Portraitkopf des Marc Anton nach rechts. Rs: CAESAR IMP· PONT·III·VIR· R· P· C. Portraitkopf des Octavian nach rechts. Cr. 517/2; Syd. 1181. 3,65g. Selten. Feine Tönung, vorzüglich. Estimate: 1500 EUR...
9 Dec 2017Unsold 
Morton & Eden - Auction 91, Lot 338
Mark Antony and Octavian, plated denarius, 41 BC, head of Antony right, rev., head of Octavian right, 3.24g (cf. Cr. 517/2; Sear 243), partly flat, about very fine; Octavian, denarius, 36 BC, bare head right, rev., tetrastyle temple of Divus Julius Caesar, 3.36g (Cr. 540/2; Sear 315), about fine (2) (200-250 GBP)...
7 Dec 2017220 GBP
Morton & Eden - Auction 91, Lot 340
Octavian, denarius, 37 BC, bare head right, rev., simpulum, aspergillum, jug and lituus, 4.00g (Cr. 538/1; Sear 312), some marks, very fine (250-300 GBP)...
7 Dec 2017240 GBP
Morton & Eden - Auction 91, Lot 341
Octavian, denarius, 30-29 BC, bare head right, rev., imp caesar on triumphal arch surmounted by Octavian in quadriga, 3.68g (RIC 267; Sear 422; BMC 624), minor marks, very fine. This is the Actian Arch built in the Roman Forum to mark Octavian's victory over Mark Antony on 2 September 31 BC. (250-300 GBP)...
7 Dec 2017240 GBP
Morton & Eden - Auction 91, Lot 343
Republican bronzes (9), various, including triens of M. Fabrinius (Cr. 251/2), dupondius (?) of Julius Caesar (Cr. 476/1a; Sear 62) and sestertius (?) of Octavian and Julius Caesar (Cr. 535/1; Sear 308), these generally fine (illustrated), others fair (9) (150-200 GBP)...
7 Dec 2017350 GBP
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 512
ASIA MINOR. Uncertain. Assarion (Bronze, 22 mm, 7.16 g, 1 h), 1st century BC. Bare male head to right. Rev. Fiscus, sella, quaestoria and hasta; below, Q. RPC I 5409. An unusually attractive example with a splendid dark patina. Nearly extremely fine. This issue has been attributed to Brutus, Octavian and Gaius Sosius in the past. It may well, however, be of a somewhat earlier date. Starting Price: 75 CHF...
3 Dec 2017700 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 567
Mark Antony and Octavian. Denarius (Silver, 18 mm, 3.76 g, 12 h), Marcus Antonius with Octavianus and M. Barbatius, military mint moving with Mark Antony (Ephesus?), 41 BC. M ANT IMP AVG III•VIR•R•P•C•M•BARBAT Q P Bare head of Mark Antony to right. Rev. CAESAR•IMP•PONT•III•VIR•R•P•C• Bare head of Octavian to right. Babelon (Antonia) 51, (Julia) 96 and (Barbatia) 2. Crawford 517/2. RBW 1798. Sydenham 1181. Beautifully toned. Die break on the obverse and with two banker's marks, otherwise, very...
3 Dec 2017380 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 568
Mark Antony and Octavian. Denarius (Silver, 20 mm, 3.91 g, 6 h), L. Gellius Poplicola, quaestor pro praetore, military mint moving with Antony in Asia Minor, 41. M•ANT•IMP•AVG•III•VIR•R•P•C•L•GELL•Q•P• Bare head of Mark Antony to right; behind, jug. Rev. CAESAR•IMP•PONT•III•VIR•R•P•C• Bare head of Octavian to right; behind, lituus. Babelon (Antonia) 54, (Gellia) 8. Crawford 517/8. RBW 1800. Sydenham 1188. Rare. A well centered and unusually complete example. Minor flan crack and somewhat rough...
3 Dec 20171,200 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 569
Mark Antony and Octavian. Quinarius (Silver, 15 mm, 1.87 g, 7 h), military mint traveling with Octavian in Gaul, late 39 BC. III•VIR• - R•P•C Diademed and veiled head of Concordia to right. Rev. M•ANTON C•CAESAR Clasped right hands holding caduceus. Babelon (Julia) 68 and (Antonia) 42. Crawford 529/4b. RBW 1818. Sydenham 1195. Nicely toned. Struck from worn dies as usual, otherwise, very fine. Starting Price: 100 CHF...
3 Dec 2017100 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 580
Octavian, 44-27 BC. Denarius (Silver, 20 mm, 3.80 g, 5 h), military mint traveling with Octavian in Greece, autumn 42. CAESAR - [III]•VIR•R•P C Helmeted and draped bust of Mars to right, spear over left shoulder. Rev. S C Aquila between two signa, all set on ground line; above, trophy, holding oval shields. Babelon (Julia) 67. Crawford 497/3. RBW 1758. Sydenham -. Beautifully toned. Struck slightly off center and with a minor flan fault and a tiny graffito on the reverse, otherwise, very fin...
3 Dec 2017200 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 581
Octavian, 44-27 BC. Denarius (Silver, 19 mm, 3.70 g, 12 h), Italian mint (Brundisium or Rome?), circa 32-29. Draped bust of Victory to right. Rev. [CA]ESAR - DIVI F Octavian, as Neptune, standing left, holding aplustre in his right hand and scepter with his left, right foot set on globe,. BMC 615. Cohen 60. RIC 256. Minor marks and with the reverse struck somewhat off center, otherwise, fine. Starting Price: 50 CHF...
3 Dec 2017120 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 582
Octavian, 44-27 BC. Denarius (Silver, 20 mm, 3.65 g, 9 h), uncertain Italian mint (Rome?), 30-29. Bare head of Octavian to right. Rev. Facade of the Curia Julia with a tetrastyle porch; on the architrave IMP•CAESAR; in pediment, figure seated front between animals; on apex of roof, Victory standing front on globe, head to left, holding a wreath with her right hand and vexillum with her left; at each end of architrave, statues standing, each holding a parazonium and a scepter. BMC 631. Cohen 12...
3 Dec 2017250 CHF
Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 583
Octavian, 44-27 BC. Denarius (Silver, 20 mm, 3.83 g, 11 h), uncertain Italian mint (Rome?), 29-27. Laureate head of Apollo to right. Rev. IMP•CAESA[R] Octavian, as city founder, veiled and covered in a priestly robe, ploughing to right with yoke of oxen, holding whip in his left hand and yoke-handle in his right. BMC 638. Cohen 117. RIC 272. The reverse struck slightly off center, otherwise, very fine. This type refers to the foundation of Nicopolis in Epirus at the site of Octavian's victo...
3 Dec 2017220 CHF
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Leu Numismatik AG - Web Auction 2, Lot 584
Octavian, 44-27 BC. Quinarius (Silver, 14 mm, 1.86 g, 4 h), uncertain Italian mint (Brundisium or Rome?), 29-27. IMP• [CA]ESAR Bare head of Octavian to right. Rev. ASIA RECEPT[A] Victory standing front on cista mistica, head to left, holding wreath in her right hand and long palm with her left, flanked by two interlaced snakes with heads erect. BMC 647. Cohen 14. RIC 276. A beautifully toned example. Struck slightly off center as usual and with minor flatness on the reverse, otherwise, nearly...
3 Dec 2017150 CHF
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