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Exceptional Superb & Unique Roman Silver Denarius of Pescennius Niger
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1378549
1378549


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This exceptional Roman silver denarius is attributed to Pescennius Niger, and dates circa 193-194 A.D. This piece is approximately 19mm wide, weighs 2.89 gms, and is in Good Extremely Fine condition, otherwise graded Superb, (EF+/EF+). This piece is also thought to have been minted in Antioch, and is apparently a unique set of dies. This coin is also thought to be the finest of just four recorded examples bearing this reverse type. The (Obv.) obverse features the wreathed and draped bust of... Click for details

Roman Marble Fragment, Head of a Lion
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1375690
3228


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Roman Marble Fragment, Head of a Lion, ca. 2nd - 3rd Century CE. On custom stand, curly mane, deeply drilled eyes. Excellent condition for a fragment. Stone is 5 1/2" high. On custom stand 7 1/2" high x 7" x 4 1/2".

Mint Quality Roman Glass Amber Flask with Brilliant Patina
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1374571
1374571


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$1,265.00 

This brilliant Roman glass flask dates circa 1st-2nd century A.D., and is approximately 4 inches high. This piece is mint quality, and has no cracks and/or chips. This piece is a dark orange-brown amber colored glass, and has an extended flat lip with a folded rim, along with an elongated neck. This piece is also relatively "thick-walled", and has a very durable compact design. This vessel's globular body, with a wide elongated neck that is a third of the vessel's height, is also a hallmark... Click for details

Mint Quality and Dainty Roman Glass Patella Cup with Thick Patina
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1374530
1374530


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$875.00 

This mint quality piece is a Roman glass patella cup that dates circa 2nd-3rd century A.D., and is approximately 4.5 inches in diameter, by 1.5 inches high. This beautiful dark green glass piece is mint quality, has a thick honey brown patina seen mostly on the outer surfaces, and an iridescent silvery milky-white patina seen mostly on the inner surfaces. There is also some attractive minute root marking and some dark black mineral deposits seen within the thick encrusted surface patina. This... Click for details

Mint Quality Large Roman Glass Flask with Elongated Neck
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1374529
1374529


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$1,265.00 

This mint quality Roman glass flask dates circa 2nd century A.D., and is approximately 7.6 inches high. This flawless light green glass piece has no breaks or chips, and is a larger example than what is normally seen. This well designed piece also has a large folded rim at the top that provided greater control while pouring a liquid, and in addition, there is also an indented bottom design that allowed this piece to solidly stand upright. This piece also has an indented section at the bottom... Click for details

Superb Roman Bronze Applique of Diana with Bow Quiver
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1374471
1374471


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$1,675.00 

This superb Roman bronze is an applique that shows a facing Diana that dates circa 1st-2nd century A.D. This piece is approximately 4.5 inches high, and is complete with no repair/restoration. This piece is a facing Diana, who was the Roman goddess of the hunt, and is seen with a bow quiver over her shoulder, along with a chiton and animal skin cloak that is draped over her left shoulder. She is also seen with a raised hair tie that holds her hair at the top of her head with intricate folds. ... Click for details

Intricate Roman/Celtic Silver Trumpet Brooch Fibula
Roman : Gallic Pre AD 1000: item #1373145
1373145


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$725.00 

This intricate and beautiful piece is a Romano-Celtic silver brooch fibula that dates circa 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. This attractive piece is approximately 1.25 inches in diameter, is .2 inches thick, and was cast as one single piece. This solid silver piece also has an added "swivel clasp mount" pin attachment on the backside of the piece. This piece is also intact, save for the thin missing attachment pin that was attached to the "swivel clasp mount". This piece has a Celtic... Click for details

Scarce and Votive Roman Bronze Lamp Pendant
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1373047
1373047


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$725.00 

This scarce Roman bronze lamp dates circa 2nd-3rd century A.D., and is approximately 2.5 inches long, by 1.1 inches high. This piece is complete, has no breaks and/or chips, and is in mint "as found" condition. This piece has two openings, one in the top center for filling oil, and the other at the end of the vessel that would hold the wick. The other end of the vessel has an attachment hoop for a chain, or a cord, and could have been hung as a votive offering pendant. This piece also has a... Click for details

Magnificent Roman Marble Head of a Lion, Fountain
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1370402
3224


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Magnificent and large, a Roman Marble Head of a Lion, 3rd Century CE. Some loss due to age and use, but otherwise in excellent condition. 8 1/2" x 9" x 4". Height is 12" on stand. Ex: Christie's New York. Finely carved with radiating mand and furrowed brow. Recessed eyes with drilled pupils, mouth open wide revealing sharp fangs. Drilled through back for possible fountain. Remains of an iron pin on reverse for attachment. Impressive water spouts such as this may have adorned a monumental public... Click for details

Exceptional FDC Roman Gold Aureus of Faustina Junior
Roman : Imperial Pre AD 1000: item #1368965
1368965


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This exceptional and rare mint state (FDC) Roman gold aureus was minted in Rome, and dates circa 145 A.D. This coin is graded FDC/FDC (mint state), is 7.32 g., and is approximately 20mm. The coin also has perfect centering, extremely high relief, and a great deal of eye appeal. This coin features on the obverse, a young Faustina Junior facing left, with FAVSTINA AVG PII AVG FIL around. She is seen wearing detailed drapery, with layers of hair tucked up into a bun with dotted pearls. Her... Click for details

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