Collected here are some showcase coins from my Roman coin collection, presented in chronological order. Please click on a coin to view it in more detail.
Quintus Marcius Libo denarius – Galloping Dioscuri, 148 BC
Caius Postumius denarius – Diana with Running Hound (74 BC)
Gaius Vibius Pansa Denarius – Ceres with Torches and Plough, 48 BC
Mark Antony and Octavian Denarius, 41 BC
Octavian Denarius – Pax
Augustus Denarius – Butting Bull (RIC 167a)
Augustus with Mars, helmeted and cloaked holding vexillum (military flag standard) and parazonium (long dagger) c.18 BC
Augustus Denarius – Gaius and Lucius Caesar
Augustus & King Rhoemetalces I, Ae 20, 11 BC – 12 CE
Claudius Cistophorus – Claudius and Fortuna in Temple (RIC 120)
Nero – Ceres (60-61 CE)
Galba Denarius – Roma Renascens (69 CE)
Vitellius Denarius – Vesta (RIC 107)
Vespasian Denarius with Modius filled with ears of wheat.
Nerva – Salus
Nerva Drachm – Lyre
Nerva – Priestly Instruments
Nerva denarius – Diana with hunting dog (Rare)
Nerva Tetradrachm – Eagle
Nerva Denarius – Fortuna
Nerva hands the globe to Trajan.
Trajan with Genius Sacrifing
Trajan Heroic Left Facing Denarius – Genius sacrificing over lighted altar
Trajan deanrius showing the personification of Arabia, holding cinnamon sticks with camel at feet.
Trajan wearing military cuirass / Dacian captive seated in mourning beneath a trophy of arms. c.107 CE
Trajan Drachm – Club of Hercules
Trajan wearing ceremonial aegis / Pax (Peace) holding olive branch and cornucopia with foot set on Dacian captive. c.107 CE
Trajan – Providentia
Trajan – Arabia (112 CE)
Matidia, niece of Trajan
Trajan Tetradrachm – Eagle
Trajan Tridrachm – Temple of Pergean Artemis Laureate and draped bust r. Rev. Cult image of Artemis of Perge within distyle shrine; eagle in pediment. Sydenham, Caesarea 190. RPC 4071.
Trajan Didrachm – Mount Argaeus
Hadrian – Adoptio (117 CE)
Lucius Aelius Caesar – Concordia
Lucius Aelius Caesar, intended heir of Hadrian