Inexpensive ancient coins:  $5-$15

Little description. Low price.
Shipping in the US: $2 for any number of coins from this page.

Added:  Dec. 20: 7 coins at the top
Added Nov. 26:  Salonina, at the top.
Added Nov. 25:  First five coins on this page.

Constantine.
16 mm.  [$14]

 

 

Constantine, 20-19 mm.
VOT/IS/XX
scarcer reverse with no wreath
[$11]
 

 

 

Maximinus II,
anonymous civic issue, struck 310
[$12]

(Formerly thought to be of Julian II. See my site on civic issues:

http://augustuscoins.com/ed/MaximinusII/  )
 

 

 

Medieval Spain.  13 mm. Thin.
Old ticket says "1500's 
Castille & Leon" I don't know thee coins, so I hope you do! [$5]

 

 

Constantine. 18 mm.
Campgate.  [$8]

 

 

Constans. 337-350
scarcer reverse
VIRTVS AVGG NN
soldier standing.  [$8]

 

 

Licinius II, 317-324.
19 mm.
[$10 SOLD]

 

 

 

Constantine I, 307-337
23 mm (larger than most)
SOLI INVICTO COMITI

Lugdunum mint
[$15 SOLD]

 

 

Salonina, wife of Gallienus (253-268)
SALONINA AVG
female figure seated with two children in front and what looks like a third as a chair leg.
Not a great coin, but inexpensive! [$8, reduced to $6 SOLD]

 

 

 

Constantius II
23-22 mm.
[$8 SOLD]

 

 

Constantine I, 307-337
PROVIDENTIAE AVGG
Cyzicus mint
Look at the obverse detail!
[$15 SOLD]

 

 

 

Claudius II, 268-270
21-20 mm.
PROVIDENTIA AVG

[$5]

 

 

Constantine I, 307-337
18-16 mm.
GLORIA EXERCITVS
Rome mint
[$5 SOLD]

 

 


Valentinian I, 364-375

GLORIA ROMANORVM
Siscia mint
[$5 SOLD]

 

 

 

Constantine II
VOT X
[$6 SOLD]

 

 

Vespasian, 69-79 AD
26 mm. as
AEQVITAS AVG
IMP CAES VESPASIAVVS ...
[$10]

 

 

Augustus, 27 BC - AD 14
head right
Large SC in wreath
26-24 mm.
McAlee Antioch 217  [$12]
 

 

 

Roman Republican AE. 21-20 mm. Prow right ROMA below. [$10, reduced to $8]

 

 

Licinius, 308-324
Radiate bust right
IOVI CONSERVATORI Jupiter holding Victory, eagle and captive at feet, XII[symbol for 1/2] = 12 1/2 in the field (a denomination of 25 was halved)
SMNΔ Nicomedia mint. [$9 SOLD]

 

Trajan, 98-117. Dupondius. 25 mm. [$10 SOLD]
A large imperial coin with a recognizable portrait!  Should I charge a lot more?

 

 

Macrinus 217-218. (only 16 months) 26 mm. eagle facing, wings out. Provincial of Lower Moesia. [$10 SOLD]

 

 

 

Licinius 308-324. 20 mm. Campgate. Unusual mintmark.
MHTΔ
(HT for "Heraclea Thracia" in Thrace)
PROVIDENTIAE AVGG [$12 SOLD]

 

 

Constans with name and titles CONSTANTIS BEA C . 17 mm.
Unusual spelling (obverse photo slightly out of focus, but you can read it. The coin is better and the obverse is as nice as the reverse). [$15 SOLD] (With a better photo I could put $25 on it, but I'll be happy if someone gets a good deal. They can take their own photo.)

 

 

VIRTVS PROBI AVG
Probus, 276-282. Very nice portrait. 22 mm.
IOVI CONSERVAT. 
Spear over far shoulder. Lots of armor detail. Very nice portrait. [$12 SOLD]

 

 

 

Hadrian 117-138. Brass sestertius. 32 mm. LARGE.
....TRAIANVS HA....
[$17 SOLD] The least expensive Hadrian sestertius on the market, by far. Clear portrait. 
By the way, I don't think the black spots will be easy to clean. Buy it for what it is. (Shipping on this one is $3 in the US.)

 

 

Claudius II 268-270
IVVENTVS AVG, Hercules standing with club and lion skin [$10, reduced to $8 SOLD]

 

 

Faustina Senior, sestertius. 32 mm. LARGE. You could use it as a hefty pocket piece. I don't think that would damage the already bad surfaces. CONSECRATIO [$17, reduced to $14]

 

 

Another potential pocket piece. [$17, reduced to $14 SOLD]
Sestertius of Severus Alexander, 222-235. LARGE. 28 mm.
Lousy surfaces (although lots of reverse detail), so you could carry it around in your pocket and not make it worse.
PROVIDENTIA AVG

 

 

 

Pair #1 of photos. $5, your choice.  

top left sold, top second from left sold, bottom row, third from left sold


Pair #2 of photos:  $5 your choice.

top left sold, top row, second from left, and top right sold, bottom row, second from left sold

 


Pair #3 of photos:  Lower left, $14. Upper right, $15. The rest, $8 to pick.

 

 


Pair #4 of photos: $5 to pick. 

 

 


Pair #5 of photos:  Upper coin is a Claudius sestertius badly corroded and cleaned, $5.   

Claudius sestertius [$5 SOLD]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Byzantine Justin $4

 

 

 


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