Calabria, Tarentum. Ca. 280-228 B.C. AR Obol. Kantharos surrounded by pellets / Kantharos surrounded by pellets. Good Very Fine & Scarce. A lot of South Italian pottery was created here, most likely why it is depicted on the coinage.
Ptolemaic Egypt. CLEOPATRA VII. 51-30 B.C. Alexandria. Æ 80 Drachmai. Diad. & draped bust R. / ‘ΒΑΣΙΛΙΣΣΗΣ – ΚΛΕOΠΑΤΡΑΣ’ Eagle stg. L. on thunderbolt; in field, cornucopiae & ‘Π’. Very Good (typical grade for her coins) but RARE. THE Cleopatra from history & Shakespeare!
Gallienus. A.D. 253-268. Roman Egypt - A.D. 265. Billon Tetradrachm. Laureate head right / Tyche seated left holding rudder & cornucopiae; palm behind. Extremely Fine & Rare in this grade. Roman Egyptian coins don't get much better than this.
Lucania, Metapontum. Ca. 470-440 B.C. AR Nomos. Barley ear; in left field a ram's head facing upward / Incuse barley ear. About Very Fine & Scarce. A well known coin from antiquity the incuse is said to have been designed by Pythagoras, the school childs bane.
Maxentius. A.D. 307-312. Ostia - A.D. 309. Æ Follis. Laureate head right / 'AETERNITAS AVG N' Castor & Pollux, The Dioscuri, standing facing each other holding bridle of horse & sceptre; Romulus & Remus feeding from she-wolf in the middle. About Extremely Fine & Scarce type with Romulus & Remus. This is the year Spain declares for Constantine against Maxentius, they are on the way to the Milvian Bridge
Mysia, Kyzikos. Ca. 450-400 B.C. AR Diobol. Forepart of boar left; to right, tunny upward / Head of roaring lion left within incuse square. Very Fine & Scarce. A Scarcer denomination these are a well known coin from antiquity frequently missing from many collections.