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Aurelian AE. Antoninianus, Rev. RESTITVT ORBIS

Aurelian, AD 270-275. AE Antoninianus. Obverse: Radiate draped and cuirassed bust of Aurelian facing to right. Reverse: RESTITVT ORBIS. Female standing presenting wreath to Aurelian, star between figures, KA.A in exergue. Extremely Fine [S.11592 var.]

Constantine II with Constantine IV, AD 641-668. Gold Solidus

Obverse: dNCONSTANTINUS ET CONSTAN - Crowned and draped busts facing, cross between. Reverse: VICTORIA AVG - cross potent set on three steps, CONOB in exergue. Near Extremely Fine

Diocletian AE. Antoninianus, Rev. IOVI CONSERVAT

Diocletian, AD 284-305, AE Antoninianus, Obverse. Radiate draped and cuirassed bust of Diocletian facing to right. Reverse. IOVI CONSERVAT, Jupiter standing left holding sceptre and thunderbolt. TXXIT in exergue. Ticinum AD 285-6. [S.12660] Extremely Fine with traces of original silvering.

Dynasts of Lycia, Perikles. Ca. 380-360 B.C. AR 1/3 Stater. EF

Dynasts of Lycia, Perikles. Ca. 380-360 B.C. AR 1/3 Stater. Lion's scalp facing / Legend around Triskeles. Extremely Fine.

Geta, as Caesar, AD 198-209, Denarius. GVF

Silver Denarius of Geta struck in Rome in AD 199. Good Very Fine.

Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine. Gold Solidus.

Heraclius & Heraclius Constantine, AD 610-641. Gold Solidus. Obverse: dd NN hERACLIUS ET HERA CONST PP AVG - Facing busts of Heraclius and Heraclius Constantine both wearing chlamys and simple crown, cross between their heads. Reverse: VICTORIA AVGUU - Cross potent on three steps. CONOB in exergue. Nearly Extremely Fine