Coins of Roman Alexandria, Egypt, for sale.
by Augustus Coins.
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Newest: Super Trajan/hem hem crown. Nice Claudius 25 mm/eagle.
Claudius, 41-54 AD.
[$44, reduced to $35] Roman Alexandria, Egypt.
Vespasian (69-79). 21 mm.
Falcon [Horus] (Emmett 222 says "hawk" but we know Egyptians had falcons.)
"Hawk standing right, wings closed, wearing Skhent crown"
Trajan, 98-117 AD
small dichalcon. AE 11.
poor obverse/elephant reverse, LI Δ above
Emmet 701 "R5".
Very, very rare, but terrible obverse. The reverse (the interesting part) is visible. If it were nice all around, it would cost far more. [$49, reduced to $25, reduced to $19]
Trajan, at Roman Alexandria. Small. 13-11 mm. 1.35 grams. Small coin of Roman Egypt.
hem-hem crown of gypt
Emmett 707, year 17, rarity 4.
Milne 710 "crown of Harpokrates, hem-hem"
Celator, Jan. 2003, editor's column page 2 and Feb. 2003, David Liebert's column, p. 43,50.
This is a super example. Look at that portrait! Look at the clarity of everything and the perfect patina. Very high quality. [$75]
Hadrian, 117-138 AD.
dichalcon. 14 mm.
his head right/pomegranate
struck for the Pelusium nome.
Good portrait. Some letters, which is about as good as they come. Emmett 1321
Nome coins are rare [$149, reduced to $75, reduced to $65]
Antoninus Pius. 138-161.
Large AE34. Milne 2293 var. year 18.
eagle standing front, wings half spread, head left LI H
Ex. Berk, August 2000. [$129, reduced to $65, reduced to $55]
Gordian III, 238-244, of Roman Alexandria
Emmertt 3401 (rarity 1) page 170
eagle standing left, head right
Sear 3.8832 variety with year S for B.
Unusual lovely reddish surface color [$39, reduced to $2
[$59] Gallienus (253-268)
struck at Roman Alexanderia, Egypt
Tetradrachm, year 13
Quite nice. [$59, reduced to $55]
[$65] Salonina, wife of Gallienus
Struck at Roman Alexandria, Egypt
22-21 mm. 10.35 grams
Year 13 = 265/6
Sear 10713, no photo.
Nice surfaces and details. [$74, reduced to $65]
With Pegasi ticket at $275!
Claudius II 268-270. 20 mm. 8.23 grams.
Year 3. Sear 11423 [$19, reduced to $16 SOLD]
Aurelian/eagle. 20 mm. 7.76 grams. Year 6 = 274/5. Emmett 3923. BMC 2362.
Ex Rath April 1974.
Excellent highly-detailed portrait [$39, reduced to $29]
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