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Silver Siliqua, Argenteus &Miliarensis
Pearl diad. dr. & cuir. bust r. unless otherwise stated.
Coins shown are not to scale and are subject to availability.

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Issuer

Description

Price

LT-KJWD

Anonymous issue, time of CONSTANTINE I

Anonymous Issue. AR 1/3 Siliqua or Scripulum, ca.330-4AD, ca.14mm, ca.1.0g.

Pearl diademed and draped female bust (Helena?) to right, wearing earring and necklace./K within border of dots.

Bendall Anonymous, Ty. 4

RARE

SOLD (£450)


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Issuer

Description

Price

LT-KWFW

CONSTANTIUS II

AR Siliqua, ca.351-5AD, ca.20mm, ca.2.7g.

D N CONSTANTIVS P F AVG, diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VOTIS XXX MVLTIS XXXX in four lines within wreath.

C palm branch I.

RIC104 (S)

SCARCE

SOLD (£450)


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Issuer

Description

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LT-FKUP

VALENS

AR Argenteus, ca.364-7AD, ca.20mm, ca.3.0g.

DN VALENS PF AVG, diademed, draped and cuirassed bust right / VOT V in laurel wreath.

CONSE = Constantinople

RIC11d(S), RSC87

RARE+

£675


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LT-UDWB

UNLISTED? COMMEMORATIVE SERIES, possibly struck for the 15th anniversary of Valentinian II (388-9) orTheodosius II (392-3).

AR Third Siliqua, late 4th Century, ca.13mm, ca.0.9g.

Diademed and draped female bust r. / X V within wreath.

AQ = Aquiliea?

EXTREMELY RARE.

'Siliquae' Quotes - Struck in Aquiliea in name of Theodosius between 392-395. Same reverse was struck in Treveri at the same period.

Comments: One example found in detection in England and declared on P.A.S. : http://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts/record/id/409118

Also see http://www.siliques.fr/SILIQUAE_WEB/fichemonnaie/01320.htm

See the article by Roger Bland: https://www.academia.edu/2525665/ Anonymous_half-siliquae_of_the_late_4th_century_AD_Numismatic_Chronicle_2010

SOLD (£850)


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Issuer

Description

Price

LT-PJWF

JOVINUS

AR Siliqua, ca.411-13AD, ca.14mm, ca.1.2g.

DN IOVINVS PF AVG, pearl diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / RESTITVTOR REIP, Roma seated left on curule chair, holding Victory on globe and reversed spear.

KONT = Arles

RIC1721(R), RSC57b, Sear 21091

VERY RARE

SOLD (£1,000)






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