Valentinian and later, Roman coins for sale (364 AD - 498 AD). 
   

      Coins of the late 4th century are among the least expensive of all ancient coins. I recommend the inexpensive paperback book (possibly in your public or school library) by the ancient author Ammianus Marcellinus: The Later Roman Empire (AD. 354-378) translated by Walter Hamilton, Penguin Books, 1986. Books 26-31 cover Valentinian I through the death of Valens at the Battle of Adrianople. This is 130 pages of an original ancient source. Highly recommended to bring the coins and time period alive.

Terms in detail. Summarized: Postage in the US is $2 for orders up to $25, 3 for orders up to $50, $4 for orders up to $100, and an additional $1 for each hundred thereafter. $3 more to other countries. I accept PayPal and checks. Prices in brackets: [$xx]

To order, or simply to ask a question, e-mail me, Warren, at:  e-mailwhich is also my PayPal address.

I mark coins "SOLD" in purple promptly when they sell.

Recent: Sept. 3, 2018:  A lot happened! A collection of Honorius, at the top. All others moved to be in chronological order. Prices revised. Sold coins removed.

Special types include rare AE2s of Theodosius II and Leo I, rare AE4s of Eugenius and Johannes. There are also some unlisted varieties of common types. There is a super Honorius with wonderful natural patina.

Links:  Valentinian, Valens, Procopius,
Gratian, Valentinian II, Theodosius, Aelia Flacilla,
Magnus Maximus, Arcadius, Honorius, Johannes
Theodosius II, Valentinian III, Leo I  

[A few new offerings are at the top. Skip down to coins in chronological order of the emperors.]

 

 

Newest next: 



Honorius
24 mm. 4.40 grams
RIC Heraclea 27c
mm:        *
       SMHA
Large. Full flan. Better than the photo, because it is slightly darker and glossier than the photo.  [$47]

 

 
Honorius
12 mm. 6:00. 0.98 grams
SALVS REIPVBLICAE
RIC Constantinople 90c
mm: CONS (maybe one more S?)
cross-rho in field left
It is extremely hard to find a nice one of these.
[$25]

 

 

Honorius 
13 mm. 11:30. 0.88 grams
SALVS REIPVBLICAE
Unusually clear name [$22]

 

 

Honorius. AE4.  VICTORIA AVGG(G) 
Victory advancing left with wreath and palm, sometimes with christogram in right field
410-423, 425-?c.430  [RIC, p.172, different dates for different emperors.]
AE12. 6:00. 1.37 grams. S in field left. [RM] below.
Rare type. [$25]
 

 

 

 

 Honorius
15 mm. 6:00. 1.66 grams.
   RIC Antioch 69e.
[$19]



Honorius
15 mm. 
AE3.  GLORIA ROMANORVM 
Emperor and 2 captives, one either side
409-410 [DO
SMR Rome mint.
Very Rare type!
RIC X 1355 
[$75]

 

 

 

 Honorius, 393-423
16-15 mm.
GLORIA ROMANORVM
Esty Type 48
Three emperors, Theodosius II in the middle.
Sturck after 402 when he was elevated as a child.
High grade.  [$49]

 

 

 

 Honorius
15 mm. 11:30. 2.54 grams.
VIRTVS EXERCITVS
  Alexandria
  RIC X 76 "395 - 401 AD"
  [$29]

 

 

 Honorius
17 mm. 2.06 grams.  
  Constantinople.
  RIC X, page 246, 61v.
[$33]


 


Coins by emperor in chronological order: 

Links:  Valentinian, Valens, Procopius, Gratian, Valentinian II, Theodosius, Aelia Flacilla, Magnus Maximus, Arcadius, Honorius, Theodosius II, Valentinian III, Leo I  


Valentinian (364-375)
 

VValentinian, 364-375
GLORIA ROMANORVM
RIC Lugdunum 20a
Even green patina.
Says O-F II across the field.
Unusual for abbreviating "officina".
[$15, reduced to $13, reduced to $11 SOLD]

 

 

 

Minting oddity.
Valentinian AE3 overstruck on a slightly larger FEL TEMP REPARATIO soldier spearing fallen horseman.
20-19 mm. Obverse portrait weak but legend clear enough.
TINI at 11:00 obverse. TIVS PF AVG from 7:00-10:00 obverse.  Reverse solider spearing is visible as is the overtype (leg right on the exergual line): emperor right with captive
GLORIA begins on the left, but
[REP]ARATIO finishes on the right.
CONSP

Remarkably complex. I think this shows the FTR types were demonetized and replaced by the AE3s. This flan was only a bit larger than the normal flans, so it was put into service, but the coin was not deeply struck.  Of historical interest and it is extremely hard to find a coin making this point:  [$29]  This particular coin is historically significant evidence.

 

V
Valentinian I
RIC IX Siscia 7a. 20-18mm. 12:00. 2.09 grams. Nice green patina. 
[$15]

 


 

 

 

 



Valens, 365-378



VV

Valens, 364-378.  SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE, from Siscia. Very high condition, with lovely surfaces. I took this out of the flip and looked at it again and it is excellent [$25]

 

 

 



Procopius, 365-366


P[$59] Procopius, 365-366
AE3.  18mm. 12:00. 2.73 grams.

REPARATIO FEL TEMP
Obverse bust right. Emperor standing facing, head r, holding spear or standard and resting l on shield. No chi-rho in upper right field.
365-366 
   RIC Heraclea 8
   mm: SMHA 
This coin cost me $203 in 1998. It is "r3" (extremely rare) in RIC but more have appeared since RIC was written because the Iron Curtain came down. Bust right is rarer than bust left and a bit smaller.

 

 


Gratian, 367-393
 

Gratian
15 mm. 
His vows for year 15
VOT XV MVLT XX
TCON 
Mint of Arelate
There are many VOT types. This one belongs to Gratian. 
Lovely surfaces, full mintmark. Really nice! [$19]

 

 

 

Gratian, 367-383
AE2. 24-22 mm. 
REPARATIO REIPVB
LVGS Lugdunum mint.
RIC Lugdunum 28a4.
These are common from Siscia, much less so from Lugdunum. [$33]

 

 

  

Gratian, 367-383
AE4.  14 mm.
VOT / X / MVLT / XX in wreath 
RIC Antioch(?) 56a1
Esty type 26. 
Nice small portrait. [$12]

No VOT X from any mint for Gratian on vcoins as I write this.

 

 

G
Gratian, 367-383
AE3.  18-17 mm. 4:30. 2.41 grams.
CONCORDIA AVGGG
Constantinopolis seated, head right, holding reversed spear and holding globe right, with her right foot on a tiny prow.
378-383

Heraclea 16(a)1  Good surfaces. Clear mintmark. [$21]

 

 

  

G

 

Gratian, 367-383
17 mm. 3.12 grams.

SECVRITAS REPVBLICAE
Victory advancing left holding wreath and palm. 364-378
RIC Rome 24c
E6.  Lovely green patina [$23]

 

 



 

G

[$14] Gratian, 367-383
AE4.  VOT / XV / MVLT / XX  in wreath 
378-383
RIC Lugdunum 30a, page 48
15 mm. 1,.19 grams.
ex PMV May 16, 1984, lot 254 at $15.  
XV vows are primarly struck for Gratian, although also issued by Valentinian II and Theodosius. 
Esty type 25.



 

GG
  Gratian, 367-383
  AE4.  VOT XX MVLT XXX in wreath
  378-383   (These are vows of Gratian)
  AE14-12. 11:30. 1.17 grams.
  SMKΔ 
  RIC Cyzicus 22a  Very clear reverse type  [$15]
  Esty type 24.

 



 

G

Gratian, 367-383
AE2.  22-20 mm. 6:00. 5.08 grams. 
REPARATIO REIPVB
Emperor raises kneeling female rt., emperor holds Victory on Globe in left.
378-388
Rome 43a, page 126. Esty type 18.

Rome mint is not so common. [$20]

 

 

 

G15
Gratian, 367-383

AE3. 2.81 grams.
CONCORDIA AVGGG, ANTΔ 
RIC Antioch 45a.
Outstanding quality. [$39]

 

 




Valentinian II, 375-392
 

 

Valentinian II, 375-392
AE3. 18 mm.
VRBS ROMA. Roma seated left
ANTB from Antioch

A real beauty! About as nice as they come. [$35]

 

 
[$19] Valentinian II, 375-392
AE4.  14-13 mm. 6:00. 1.33 grams
SALVS REIPVBLICAE
Victory left drags capitive.
388-403  [RIC]     386-403 [DO, p. 113]
RIC Heraclea 26a
mm: SMHB
(no cross-rho in field left)  Warm red-brown with excellent details. Legible mintmark

 

 


Valentinian II, 375-392
14 mm. SMKB for Cyzicus [$19, reduced to $17]

 

 


Valentinian II
21 mm. 6:00. 4.99 grams. 
GLORIA ROMANORVM 
emperor on galley (the ship of state) steered by Victory.
   RIC  Thessalonica 44a2
Nice, and from Thessalonica. [$44]

 

 


Valentinian II, 375-392

GLORIA ROMANORVM
galley left (ship of state) steered by Victory
SMKB
Cyzicus  [$23]
 

 

 

Valentinian II, 
AE4. 13 mm.
SALVS REIPVBLICAE cross-in-shield in field.
Unusual early Christian symbol.
Victory drags captive left.
13 mm. [$15]

 

 

 


V2
Valentinian II, 375-392.
AE23. 3.72 grams.
GLORIA ROMANORVM
Emperor in galley left, Victory at helm.
378-388
Lovely even dark green patina  [$49]

 

 
 

Valentinian II, 375-392
SECVRITAS REIPVBLICE
RIC Rome 28c
Esty type 6
Note the smaller bust on this junior emperor. 
Very dark green patina. Rome mint. [$22]

 

 

 

V2
Valentinian II, 375-392
AE3.  18 mm. 3.30 grams.

CONCORDIA AVGGG
Roma seated front, head left, holding globe left (in her right hand, on the viewer's left), and holding partly-seen reversed spear (in her left hand, on the viewer's right).
Struck 378-383
RIC Antioch 45b4.  Nice earthen highlighting. Good hair and robe details. [$21]

 

 


Valentinian II, 375-392
AE3.  CONCORDIA AVGGG
Constantinopolis seated, helmeted head right, holding reversed spear and holding globe right, with her right foot on a tiny prow.
(There are two CONCORDIA types. This one has globe right, the other one has globe left)
17 mm. 6:00. 2.25 grams. RIC Antioch 47b.
ex Kern, Chicago ANA, August 1991. [$15]

 

 

 

V2
Valentinian II, 375-392
AE2.  22 mm. 3.97 grams.

VIRTVS EXERCITI
Emperor standing right, spurning captive, holding standard and globe.
383-388  [RIC]   386-393  [DO]
RIC Heraclea 24b (minor variant without dot before S), page 197
Lovely natural light cover highlighting type. The coin itself is slightly more orange--a really nice color.  [$33]

 

 

V2


Valentinian II, 375-392
17 mm. 2.15 grams.
VIRTVS AVGGG
Emperor on galley left, holding phoenix on globe, Victory at helm.
384-388
Only at Thessalonica. RIC Thessalonica 61 "refers to the months of Valentinian II's refuge there [from Magnus Maxmus]"
Rare type. (This is not the commoner big galley type. I got 19 hits for "Valentinian II galley" and all were the large AE2 GLORIA ROMANORVM [as next] and none were of this VIRTVS AVGGG type. ) [$55]

 

 

V2

 

Valentinian II, 375-392
AE2.  GLORIA ROMANORVM
Emperor in galley left, Victory at helm.
378-388
22 mm. 4:00. 4.75 grams
  RIC Antioch 40b2  Lovely surfaces with natural highlighting. Excellent portrait. A special coin. [$39]

 

 

 



V2
Valentinian II, 375-392
AE3. 17 mm.
It is a rare type and very seldom offered as an AE3.
Do not confuse this with the AE4.

VICTORIA AVGGG
SMAQP
Aquileia mint. RIC Aquileia 34.  [$95]
 

 

 


Links:  Valentinian, Valens, Procopius,
Gratian, Valentinian II, Theodosius, Aelia Flacilla,
Magnus Maximus, Arcadius, Honorius,
Theodosius II, Valentinian III, Leo I  



Theodosius, 379-395

Theodosius, 379-395
14 mm.
SALVS REI-PVBLICAE
SMKB
Cycius mint
Nice full mintmark. Look at the hair detail. Cross-rho in field. 
A nice small coin  [$17]

 

 

 

Theodosius
AE2. 23-21 mm.
379-395
Emperor in galley (ship of state) left
GLORIA ROMANORVM
RIC Thessalonica 44b
Lovely surfaces (warmer than in the photo) Good details and grade. [$44]

 

 

 



T
Theodosius, 379-395
AE3.  CONCORDIA AVGGG
Constantinopolis seated, head right, holding reversed spear and holding globe right, with her right foot on a tiny prow.
378-383
 17 mm. 12:00. 2.74 grams. RIC Alexandria 11.   [$23]
ex. Robert Johnson (shop near the BM) in London, 1988




T
Theodosius, 379-395
AE4.  14 mm. 6:00. 1.12 grams.
VICTORIA AVGGG
Victory advancing left with wreath and palm
375-395
RIC Siscia 39b1  Excellent surfaces and condition.
Close to the highest possible condition. Very nearly perfect.  [$25]

 

  

T

 

Theodosius, 379-395
AE2.  22 mm. 11:00. 5.06 grams.
VIRTVS EXERCITI
Emperor standing right, spurning captive, holding standard and globe.
383-388  [RIC]   386-393  [DO]
RIC Heraclea 24b2.  [$25]

 

 


 

TT
Theodosius, 379-395
AE2. 20 mm. 6:00. 3.39 grams.

GLORIA ROMANORVM
Emperor standing facing, head right, holding standard and globe.
393-395 [DO, because Honorius was elevated Jan. 22 (?), 393]   
392-395  [RIC]
   SMNA       RIC Nicomedia 46a1, page 263
   "15 May 392 - 17 Jan. 395"
Darker than the photo and with nice even surfaces.  [$23]

 

 
 

T

Theodosius, 379-395
AE3.  14 mm. 6:00. 1.99 grams.

GLORIA ROMANORVM
Emperor on horseback right.
393-395 [DO]
 RIC Alexandria 22a 
Scarce [$7]

 

 



15T

Theodosius AE3. CONCORDIA AVGGG, ANT Γ, the rarer variety with no globe, rather her left hand rests on her knee.  RIC Ant 44a4.  [ $13
]

 

 

 


T
[$23] Theodosius
AE4. 14 mm.  1.08 grams
VICTORIA AVGGG
RIC Siscia 39b
Esty type 12
Lovely thick green patina. Superb.  A great coin with very high quality. [
$23]

 



T

[$12] Theodosius. AE2. 23-21 mm. 4.06 grams.
old Sear 4081. Esty Type 41.
GLORIA ROMANORVM  
Bought in Charing Cross Market, London, 1986. [
$12]

 

 

 



Magnus Maximus, 383-388

[$109] Magnus Maximus, 383-388
23 mm. 
ex Lepczyk auction 45, lot 678, March 18, 1982 at $126, with ticket. 
Remarkably good details. Askew, in Coinage in Roman Britain, says "Every collector knows how much easier it is to acquire a siliqua of Maximus than one of his bronze coins" [p. 76]
RIC Arles 26a.  
You can find one a lot cheaper, but not in this grade. It is the finest on the market, I think, and, as such, worth a premium. It excels the best one on vcoins ($204) as I write. It was the best in 1982, too!  [$149, with Lepczyk ticket]

 

 

 

Magnus Maximus
  24 mm. 12:30. 3.73 grams.
  RIC Lugdunum 33
  mm: LVGS
  page 49, plate IV.14
This type is only for Magnus Maximus.   [$75]
Even dark green-brown patina. 

 

 

 


Late 4th Century AD

The best educational web reference for late Roman AE (Valentinian I and later) is my own site: 
Esty's Guide to Late Roman AE Coin Types, AD 364-450, at
http://augustuscoins.com/ed/ricix/


Arcadius, 383-408 (I collected Arcadius by type and if I could find good ones, I bought extra mints as well. Here are good coins assembled during 40 years of collecting.)

I offer two remarkably nice late Roman SALVS REIPVBLICAE AE4s. Please compare the prices with elsewhere. Mostly coins with this better-than-normal flan size and a full flan (including a legible mintmark) are offered at twice the price or more.

Arcadius AE4. Nice for type.
Cycicus mint. SALVS REIPVBLICAE cross-rho in field.
Victory drags captive left.
13 mm. 
[$17] Nice surfaces. A beauty.

 

 

 

Arcadius, a bit larger than normal. 15 mm.
SALVS REIPVBLICAE
SMHB
Full mintmark. Lovely light blue highlighting. [$16]

 

 

[$25]  Arcadius, 383-408. AE2
GLORIA ROMANORVM

21 mm. 4.97 grams
RIC Alexandria 20b1
mm: ALEA
Bold strike, well-centered, full details. 

 

 

 
 

[$16] Arcadius, 383-408
22 mm. 4.22 grams
GLORIA ROMANORVM
RIC Antioch 68d1
mm: ANTB

Nice warm brown surface.
[$16] 

 

 

 

  

[$32] Arcadius, 383-408
GLORIA ROMANORVM
This type is extremely common for earlier emperors, but not for Arcadius, who became emperor late in this series.
A search of vcoins brings up 327 hits for "Arcadius" and NONE are of this type, much less mint.
RIC Aquileia 45c   [$32] A rare type for Arcadius.

 

 

 

Arcadius, 383-408
VOT / V
13 mm. 7:00. 1.50 grams.
 BSIS•
 Siscia 36, plate IX.17, "R"

Glossy surfaces. [$9 SOLD]


 

 

[$19] Arcadius, 383-408
21 mm (and thick). 11:30. 6.14 grams.
RIC Heraclea 27b2, mm: SMHB
 

 

 


A
[$17] Arcadius, 383-408.
AE4.  VICTORIA AVGGG
Victory advancing left with wreath and palm
375-395
14 mm. 12:00. 1.37 grams. RIC Siscia 39c
A really nice high-grade example.  

 

 
 

A
[$15]  Arcadius, 383-408.
AE3.  GLORIA ROMANORVM
Emperor on horseback right.
393-395 [DO]
14 mm.  10:30.  1.95 grams.
   RIC Alexandria 22b (but gamma, not beta)
Hard to find.  [$15]

 

 


A

[$33]  Arcadius, 383-408.
AE2.  VIRTVS EXERCITI
Emperor standing right, spurning captive, holding standard and globe.
383-388  [RIC]   386-393  [DO]
21 mm. 4.55 grams.
RIC Antioch 63e. 
Nice metal. 

 

 

A
[$19] Arcadius, 383-408.
AE3. 18 mm. 2.50 grams.
VIRTVS EXERCITI
Emperor crowned by Victory
395-401 [RIC X, DO]
Nicomedia
Legend fully legible (which is often not the case.)
Ex PMV in 1986 for $19.  Look at the price rise!  (Not!)

 

 

A
[$14] Arcadius, 383-408.
AE3.  CONCORDIA AVGG
Obverse facing bust. Reverse Constantinopolis seated.
401-403  [RIC]  402  [DO]
    All of these are in RIC X on page 248, dated "401-403."
17 mm. 6:00. 2.32 grams
   CONSA
   Constantinople
   RIC X, 85
Even wear wtih good metal. [$14]

 

 

A
[$15] Arcadius, 383-408.
AE4.  SALVS REIPVBLICAE
Victory left drags capitive.
388-403  [RIC]     386-403 [DO, p. 113]
14 mm. 12:00. 1.61 grams
RIC Constantinople 86c
mm: CONSA
An excellent example with excellent surfaces. [$15]

 

 

A

[$14] Arcadius, 383-408.
AE4.  VICTORIA AVGGG
Two victories facing each other, each holding a wreath.
383-388.
   12 mm.  6:00.  1.14 grams
Only one on vcoins as I write, at $150!  [$14]

 

AA
[$15] VRBS ROMA FELIX
Arcadius, 383-408. Struck 402-408.
AE15. 2.09 grams.
RIC X 1278. Officina S
Larger and fuller than most of these.
Esty type 49.  [$17]

 

 

AA

Arcadius, 383-408 AD.  GLORIA ROMANORVM/BSISC.  Emperor dragging captive right. A very common type for Valentinian and Valens, but not for Arcadius. None on vcoins as of this writing.  If you want the reverse type, you can get it for other emperors. If you want the reverse type for Arcadius, get this one. [$29]

 

 

 



Arcadius. Nicomedia. Esty type 29.
  14 mm. 1.52 grams. 12:00.  Large flan for type.
  SMNA
  Nicomedia 37c1, "scarce" page 259
  "Jan. 383-Aug. 383"  [$9]

 

 


AA

Arcadius, 383-408. 
11 mm.
VICTORIA AVGGG. Two victories. Unusual. RIC Rome 57e. 
Light cover. [$9]

 

 



Arcadius. AE4.  SALVS REIPVBLICAE
Victory left drags captive.
388-403  [RIC]     386-403 [DO, p. 113]
AE13. 4:00. 0.75 grams.
RIC Antioch 67d2
Type E39. 
Lovely light cover. Good mintmark. Good portrait. Much better than most of these. 
[$15]

 

 

Arcadius. AE3.  GLORIA ROMANORVM
Emperor on horseback right.
393-395 [DO]
AE15. 12:00. 1.74 grams.
RIC possibly Antioch 69.
Type 42. [$12]

 

 




VA  Arcadius, AE3, 17 mm.
galley VIRTVS AVGGG reverse. 
Minted only at Thessalonica. Esty type 34. RIC 61c. LRBC 1855.
Scarce type.  [$13]

 

 



Arcadius. Type 35:  GLORIA ROMANORVM
Observe with hand of God. Reverse: Emperor standing with labarum and shield, captive kneeling or seated to left.
383-388
This type struck only for Arcadius.
AE24. 5:30. 4.86 grams.
RIC Heraclea 12   [$35, reduced to $16 SOLD]

 

 

 
A
Arcadius 383-408
Struck 383-388
VICTORIA AVG (ony one "G")
TES
RIC Thessalonica 63c   Somewhat better than the photo 
[$5]

 

 


AA
Arcadius, 383-408. 13-12 mm. AE4.
camp gate. RIC 62c, Thessalonica.
Dark green patina. [$12]

 

 

 

 


Honorius, 393-423


In 40 years I still have not found a really nice Honorius of this type. 13 mm. This reverse is typically incomplete and the obverse is much better than normal. You can read "HONORIVS". [Only one of this type on vcoins, but at $58. Here, $17. You probably can't find one nicer in the next year.]

 

 


HHHonorius, 393-423
17-15 mm.
GLORIA ROMANORVM
Three emperors, including the child Theodosius II in the middle and Arcadius.
Mintmark: ANTB
RIC X 154, Antioch 
Lovely black and tan patina.  [$49]  This is about as nice as Honorius comes.

 

 

 


Johannes

[$175, SOLD]  Johannes, 20 Nov. 423 - May 425.
AE4. 11-10 mm. 1.19 grams.
Portrait and the "ES" are clearly of Johannes. 
A rarity.
SALVS REIPVLICE
Victory left drags captive. Mintmark RM
RIC X 1916, page 361. 
As good as, and in some ways better than, the RIC coin on plate 47.

 

 

 

Links:  Valentinian, Valens, Procopius,
Gratian, Valentinian II, Theodosius, Aelia Flacilla,
Magnus Maximus, Arcadius, Honorius,
Theodosius II, Valentinian III, Leo I  




Theodosius II, 402-450
  

T2
Theodosius II, 402-450
15 mm. 1.58 grams.
GLORIA ROMANORVM
TESA  RIC X 396 Thessalonica mint, struck 408-23.
Hahn 72, struck 408-416, plate 4.
Two emperors standing, holding spears, each resting inner hand on his shield [no globe between them -- This type is much like a similar type which has a globe.]   Even wear. Legend on the flan. [$19]

 

 

Theodosius II, 402-450
11 mm.
Bust right, DN THEO ...
cross in wreath  [$9]

 

 

68
Theodosius II, 402-450
AE12. 1.10 grams.
Cross in wreath. CON below
Struck 425-450 [CHK]
Legible mintmark. (Usually they are not legible). [$29]
As always, please compare to prices elsewhere.

 

  

T2Theodosius II, 402-450
16 mm. 6:00. 2.22 grams
AE3.  CONCORDIA AVGG
Obverse facing bust. Reverse Constantinopolis seated.
401-403  [RIC]  402  [DO]
    All of these are in RIC X on page 248, dated "401-403."   ANTgamma
   Antioch     RIC X, 100    [$25]

 

 

T2T2
Theodosius II, AE2
RIC X 460 "R3" (extremely rare)
20 mm. 5.65 grams.
Theodosius II, helmeted bust right, spear facing forward.
DN THEODOSIVS P AVG [sic]
backwards N's in the legend and mintmark CONS
CONCORDIA AGV [sic, they are all spelled this way]
Found only the region of Cherson (Crimea, formerly Ukraine) but with a mintmark of Constantinople.
None on vcoins or MA-Shops as I write. A major rarity! [$175]
 

 


Theodosius II(?), 402-450
Rome mint
SALVS REIPVBLICAE 
I have collected AE of this time period for 40 years. This type is rare. [$29]

 

 
 

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Valentinian III, 425-455

 Valentinian III, 425-455
Unusually nice. 12 mm. 
Rare vota reverse.
VOT/XX/RM

RIC X Rome X 2136
[$119]

 

 

 Valentinian III, 425-455
A bit larger than normal at 13 mm.
VOT PVB, bold campgate

Light earthen cover [$45]

 

 

 

 

[$125, reduced to $95]  Valentinian III, 425-435
13 mm. 1.41 grams.
VOT/XX

RIC X 2130

Very rare. Good portrait. Good surfaces.

 

 

 




Leo I, 457-474

[sold]

 

 

 


 

5th C. imitations
11-10 mm.
bold nonsense strikes,

lot from the former Jugoslavia
bought in 1987
[$23 for all five]

 

Links:  Valentinian, Valens, Procopius,
Gratian, Valentinian II, Theodosius, Aelia Flacilla,
Magnus Maximus, Arcadius, Honorius, Johannes
Theodosius II, Valentinian III, Leo I  


Continue with:  Byzantine, Arabic, and Medieval coins or with ancient imitations.
Terms of sale are here.  Prices in brackets: [$xx].

Questions? e-mail me, Warren, at:  e-mail

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