Greek silver tetradrachm of Athens (Attica) Obverse: Helmeted head of Athena right, with frontal eye. Reverse: Owl standing right, head facing; olive sprig and crescent behind; all within incuse square.
Rome AE-As, Agrippa, Roman emperor time. Av: head with crown left and circumscription. Rev: Neptune with dolphin and trident frontally between SC standing. Cohen RIC s-ss.
MACEDONIA, Perseus, 179-168 BC, silver tetradrachm, 170 / 168 BC, Aversum: head with diadem to the right, reverse: eagle rises flash to the right, compare Mamroth 24, Sear 6804.15. 39 g (after the start of the War against Rome let Perseus the weight of the tetradrachms at about 1 / 12 lower, so the light weight of this piece is to explain), good very fine Dealer Auction house Ulrich Felzmann Auction Minimum Bid: 350.00 EUR
King in half lenght portrait rising high from a body of water, wearning chin-band/Aroxsho standing right.
NERO 64-68CE Sestertius Lugdunum mint: IMP NERO CAESAR AVG PONT MAX TR P P P: Head of Nero, laureate, left; small globe at point of neck / S C: View of triumphal arch, showing front and left hand side; above, the Emperor in a quadriga escorted by Victory; arch is heavily ornamented and decorated with statues of Pax, Mars and two soldiers