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Quinarius, Colonia Emerita c. 25-24 BC, AR 1.93 g. 
RIC 1a. C 386. BMC 293
Rare. Toned, VF
  250 $
1b
Quinarius, Colonia Emerita c. 25-24 BC, AR. 
RIC 1b. BMC 295
Rare. Toned, VF
  400 $
2a
AR Denarius c. 25/23, Emerita. P. Carisius Legate. 3,01 g, 5h.
IMP CAESAR – AVGVST Bare head to r. Rev. P CARISIVS LEG PRO PR Round shield, on l. spear head, on r. curved sword. 
RIC 2a. BMC 278. C. 400. 
Rare. Fine toning. About extremely fine.
British Museum  
2b

AR Denarius (3,7 g, 6h.) c. 25/23, Emerita. P. Carisius Legate.
IMP CAESAR – AVGVST Bare head to l. Rev. P CARISIVS LEG PRO PR Round shield, on l. spear head, on r. curved sword. 
RIC 2b. BMC 279. 
Rare. Extremely fine.
British Museum  
3
AR Denarius (3.88 g, 5h). Emerita mint. P. Carisius, legate. Struck circa 25-23 BC. 
IMP CAESAR AVGVST, bare head right / P • CARISIVS • LEG • PRO • PR, round shield with central boss within octagon and with studs; above, a spear-head with short shaft right; below, a curved sword with hilt closed by a bar. 
RIC I 3; RSC 400; BMCRE 277 = BMCRR Spain 110; BN 1029-32. 
Near EF, toned.
Ex Vinchon (24 November 1994), lot 402.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 686.
 8,000 $
4a
AR-Denarius, 25/23, Emerita, P. Carisius; 3,81 g. 
IMP CAESAR AVGVSTVS Bare head of Augustus to right. Rev : P CARISIVS LEG PRO R  trophy.
BMC 283; Coh. 116; RIC 4 a. 
Very fine.
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 124 - March 16th, 2007 
No.: 8609 
1,000 $
4b

Denarius (3,82 g.), 25 - 23. Emerita
IMP CAESAR AVGVST, bare head of Augustus to left. Rev.: P CARISIVS LEG PRO PR, Trophy. 
RIC 4b; C. 402; BMC 284; BN 1061. 
Very fine
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung Auction 159 - October 8th, 2007
No.: 357
900 $
5 Denarius c. 25/23, Emerita. P. Carisius Legate. 3,80 g. 
IMP CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head to r. Rev. P CARISIVS LEG PRO PR Trophy of Celt-iberian arms erected over six round shields and lances. 
RIC 5. BMC 283 var. C. 403. 
Tiny metal flaw on obv. Well centred. Much iridescent lustre. Extremely fine.
Ex Sydenham Coll., Auction Glendining, London, 24 November 1948, lot 467.
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1249
 3,000 chf
6 Denarius, Emerita circa 25-23 BC, AR 3.55 g. 
IMP CAESAR – AVGVST Bare head r. Rev. P CARISIVS – LEG PRO PR Trophy resting r. on head of kneeling captive. 
RIC 6. BMC 287. C 404. CBN 1035.
Minor area of weakness on obverse, otherwise extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 40 - May 16th, 2007 
No.: 630
1,900 chf
7a Denarius c. 25/23, Emerita. P. Carisius Legate. 4,02 g. 
IMP CAESAR AVGVST Bare head to r. Rev. P CARISIVS – LEG PRO – PR Celt-iberian helmet facing between dagger on l. and bipennis on r. 
RIC 7a. BMC 281. C. 405. 
Fine toning. Extremely fine.
Ex Coll. Sydenham, Auction Glendining, London, 24 November 1948, lot 468.
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1250
7,000 chf
7b Denarius, Emerita, P. Carisius, 25-23. 4,00 g. 
IMP CAESAR - AVGVST Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. P. CARISIVS - LEG PRO - PR Celt-iberian helmet facing between dagger on l. and bipennis on r. 
BN I, 162, 1044. C. 406. RIC 41 7b. BMC 52, 282. 
Fine patina. Good very fine. 
Münzen & Medaillen AG Basel Auction 93 - December 16th, 2003
No.: 80
3,000 chf
8 AR-Denarius, 3,60 g. Emerita. c. 25-22.
Obv.: IMP CAESAR AVGVSTVS Head r. Rev.: P CARISIVS LEG PRO PR Helmet between dagger and bipennis.
RIC 228; Coh. 406a; BMC 113.
Extremely fine 
A. Tkalec AG - 29 February 2008
No.: 304
4,400 chf
9a Denarius, Emerita circa 25-23 BC, AR 3.99 g. 
IMP CAESAR – AVGVST Bare head r. Rev. P CARISIVS – LEG PRO PR Circular city-wall with EMERITA inscribed above gate. 
RIC 9a. BMC 289. C 397. CBN 1036.
Rare. Iridescent tone and about extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 40 - May 16th, 2007 
No.: 631
3,000 chf
9b AR Denarius (3.61 g, 11h). Emerita mint. P. Carisius, legate. Struck circa 25-23 BC. 
IMP CAESAR AVGVST, bare head left / P CARISI-VS LEG PRO PR, bird’s-eye view of town, with gateway, in which are two doors and on which are three battlements in front and walls around and behind; EMERITA inscribed above doors. 
RIC I 9b; RSC 398; BMCRE 291 = BMCRR Spain 128; BN 1039-43. 
Good VF, areas of light gold toning around the obverse legend, slight weakness of strike, a little granular, a small test cut on edge.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008
No.: 691.
1,500 $
10 AR Denarius (3.44 g). Emerita mint. P. Carisius, legate. Struck circa 25-23 BC. 
IMP • CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / P • CARISIVS LEG PRO PR, bird’s eye view of town with city-wall, with gateway, in which are two doors and on which are three battlements in front and walls around and behind; EMERITA inscribed above doors. 
RIC I 10; RSC 397a; BMCRE 292 = BMCRR Spain 129; BN 1036-1039 var. (obv. legend). 
Toned and well-centered, extremely fine.
Helios Numismatik Auction 4 - October 14th, 2009
No.: 204
13,000 $
15a Æ As (10.91 g, 8h). Emerita mint. P. Carisius, legatus Augusti. Struck circa 25-23 BC. 
CAESAR AVG TRIB POTEST Bare head right / P CARISIVS/LEG/AVGVSTI in three lines across fields. 
RIC I 15a. 
VF, olive patina with earthen overtones.
Classical Numismatic Group 73 - 13 September 2006. 
No.: 820.
360 $
15b Æ As (12.28 gm). Emerita, ca. 25–23 BC, moneyer P. Carisius. 
CAESAR AVG TRIB POTEST, bare head of Augustus left / P. CARISIVS / LEG / AVGVSTI
RIC 15b. 
Smoothed. Red and black patina. Very fine
Ex F. Martin Post Collection.
Freeman & Sear Mail Bid Sale 13 - August 25th, 2006
No.: 381
300 $
16 Æ-As, 25/23 BC, Emerita, P. Carisius; 10,16 g. 
CAESAR AVG - TRIBVN POTEST Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev : P.CARISIVS/LEG/AVGVSTI
BMC 302; Coh. -; RIC 16. 
Very fine
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 115 - September 25th, 2006 
No.: 377
270 $
20 Æ As (12.51 g, 10h). Spanish mint - Emerita. P. Carisius, legate. Struck 23 BC. 
CAESAR AVGV - TRIB POTEST Bare head right / P CARISIVS/LEG/AVGVSTI in three lines. 
RIC I 20. 
VF, dark green patina, minor roughness and smoothing, traces of deposits. 
Classical Numismatic Group Mail Bid Sale 78  - May 14th, 2008 
No.: 1637
200 $
26a Aureus, Caesaraugusta 19-18 BC, 7.82 g. 
Oak-wreathed head r. Rev. CAESAR / AVGVSTVS Two laurel branches. 
Bahrfeldt 121 (only two specimens listed). C 45. BMC –. RIC 26a. CBN 1282. Calicó 179 (this coin). Biaggi 94 (this coin).
Exceedingly rare, very few specimens known. Traces of mounting, slightly bent
and a few scratches and nicks, otherwise very fine
Ex Dorotheum sale 13-15 June 1955, Apostolo Zeno, 51.
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008
No.: 124
16,000 chf
Unlisted Aureus, Caesaraugusta 19-18 BC, AV 7.75 g. 
CAESAR / AVGVSTVS between two laurel branches. Rev. OB / CIVIS / SERVATOS within oak-wreath. 
RIC 249 (first edition, missing in the new one). BMC 317. C 206. CBN 1281. Bahrfeldt 123.
Very rare and in exceptional state of preservation for this issue. Few minor marks, otherwise extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 25 - June 25th, 2003 
No.: 346
22,000 chf
27b Denarius, Colonia Patricia circa 19-18 BC, AR 3.80 g. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Oak-wreathed head l. Rev. DIVVS – IVLIVS Eight-rayed comet with tail upwards. 
RIC 27b. BMC 326. C 97. CBN 1302.
Toned and extremely fine 
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 40 - May 16th, 2007 
No.: 635
3,300 chf
29a AV Aureus (7.88 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
AVGVSTVS, bare head right. Rev. OB/CIVIS/SERVATOS in three lines within oak wreath. 
RIC I 29a; BMC 314. 
Near EF.
British Museum  
29b AV Aureus (7.88 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
AVGVSTVS, bare head left. Rev. OB/CIVIS/SERVATOS in three lines within oak wreath. 
RIC I 29b; Calicó 250; BMCRE 314 var. = BMCRR Gaul 148 var. (head right); BN 1279. 
Near EF, a few very minor marks. Very rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 723.
22,000 $
30a AV Aureus (7.85 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
AVGVSTVS, bare head right. Rev. OB CIVIS above, SERVATOS below, round shield, inscribed S • P • Q • R/CL • V in two lines within oak wreath. 
RIC I 30a; Calicó 257a (this coin illustrated); BMCRE -; BMCRR -; cf. BN p. 188, note †, pl. 51, a. 
EF, small scratch in field on obverse. Extremely rare.
Ex Leu 30 (28 April 1982), lot 279; Münzen und Medaillen 43 (12 November 1970), lot 271.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 725
28,000 $
31 AV Aureus (7.84 g, 4h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
AVGVSTVS, bare head right. Rev. SP - QR  Victory, draped, flying right, holding in both hands wreath above round, shield inscribed CL V resting against tall column.
RIC I 31, BMC 316. 
Very fine.
British Museum  
33a Denarius (3,74 g), Spanish mint (Emerita?, Colonia Caesaraugusta?) 19-18 BC. 
Head of Augustus to right with Corona Civica. Rev.: CAESAR / AVGVSTVS, two laurel branches.
RIC 33a (R2), C 47. 
HD Rauch Auction 82
No.: 202
6,000 $
33b Denarius 19/18. Spanish mint, Colonia Caesaraugusta? 
Head of Augustus to left with Corona Civica. Rev.: CAESAR / AVGVSTVS, two laurel branches.
C. 48. R.I.C. 33b. 
Extremely fine
Hirsch 250 4,000 $
35 Denarius (3,71 g), Spanish mint (Emerita?, Colonia Caesaraugusta?) 19-18 BC. 
Head of Augustus to left with Corona Civica. Rev. CAESAR / AVGVSTVS, above and below round shield inscribed CL. V
RIC 33a (R2), C 47. 
British Museum  
36a Denarius (Silver, 4.01 g 6), Colonia Caesaraugusta (RIC) or Nimes (BN), 19-18. 
Laureate head of Augustus to right. Rev. CAESAR / S-P / Q-R / AVGVSTVS above and below round shield inscribed CL. V between two laurel branches. 
BMC 354. BN 1334. C. 51. RIC 36a. 
Very attractively toned and lustrous. Good extremely fine. 
Leu Numismatik AG Auction 86 - May 5th, 2003 
No.: 740
2,550 chf
36b AR Denarius (3.85 g, 7h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
Head left, wearing oak wreath / CAESAR above, AVGVSTVS below, S P Q R around, round shield inscribed CL • V; two laurel branches (or trees) flanking. 
RIC I 36b; RSC 53; BMCRE 322 = BMCRR Gaul 143; cf. BN 1333-6 (for rev. type). 
Good VF, toned, areas of micro-granularity. Very rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 728
750 $
37a AR denarius (20 mm). Caesaraugusta(?), ca. 19-18 B.C. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS Head right, wearing oak-wreath / DIVVS IVLIVS Eight-rayed comet with tail upward. 
RIC 37a; BMC 323; RSC 98. AU50 ICG. 
An important coin referring to the comet that could be seen for several days in July 44 B.C. which was identified with the deified Julius Caesar.
From The Madison Collection.
Heritage World Coin Auctions New York Signature Sale 458 - January 6th, 2008 
No.: 50053 
3,250 $
37b Denarius (Silver, 3.81 g 6), Colonia Caesaraugusta, 19-18. 
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS Head of Augustus to left, wearing oak wreath. Rev. DIVVS - IVLIVS to left and right of eight-rayed comet with flaming tail above. 
BMC 326. BN 1298. C. 97. RIC 37b. 
A splendid example, struck on a very broad flan, with an excellent portrait, and beautifully toned. Good extremely fine.
From the collection of A.H.F. Baldwin, Glendining & Co., 20 November 1969, 21.
LHS Numismatik AG Auction 102 - 29 April 2008
No.: 334
9,500 chf
38a Denarius, Colonia Caesaraugusta, 19-18. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS Head of Augustus to right, wearing oak wreath. Rev. DIVVS IVLIVS in two lines above and below eight-rayed comet with flaming tail above. 
BN 1305. RIC 38a. 
Good very fine
Harlan J. Berk 2,000 $
38b Denarius, Colonia Caesaraugusta, 19-18. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS Head of Augustus to left, wearing oak wreath. Rev. DIVVS IVLIVS in two lines above and below eight-rayed comet with flaming tail above. 
BMC 328. RIC 38b. 
Fine tone, extremely fine
Classical Numismatic Group 2,250 $
39b AR Denarius (3.83 g, 6h). Spanish mint (Colonia Caesaraugusta?). Struck circa 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left / MARTIS VLTORIS, Temple of Mars Ultor: statue of Mars, holding aquila and trophy, standing left within tetrastyle temple with ornate domed roof. 
RIC I 39b; BMCRE -; BN -; RSC -; B. Czurda and F. Dick, TNRB 3, 665. 
Good VF, toned. Very rare variety with head left.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XII - 5 January 2009. 
No.: 536.
2,000 $
40a AR Denarius (3.80 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / OB • CIVIS above, SERVATOS below, oak wreath with the two ties drawn up across center. 
RIC I 40a; RSC 210; BMCRE 330 = BMCRR Gaul 149; BN 1287-9. 
EF.
HD Rauch auction 82

No.: 204

4,000 $
40b AR Denarius (3.87 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left / OB • CIVIS above, SERVATOS below, oak wreath with the two ties drawn up across center. 
RIC I 40b; RSC 211; BMCRE 331 = BMCRR Gaul 150; BN 1290. 
EF, toned.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 733
9,500 $
41 AR Denarius (3.58 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / SIGNIS to left, RECEPTIS to right, Mars, helmeted, naked except for chlamys behind, standing left, head right, holding aquila in right hand and signa cradled in left. 
RIC I 41; RSC 259; BMCRE 332 = BMCRR Gaul 154; BN 1310. 
Good VF, toned, porous. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 734
500 $
42a AR Denarius (3.72 gm). Spain, Caesaraugusta, Ca. 18-17 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, head bare right / Round shield inscribed S.P.Q.R / CL•V in two lines. 
BMCRE 334. CBN 1311. RIC 42a. Cohen 294. 
Choice extremely fine. Ex CNG 41, 19 March 1997, lot 1717.
Gemini, LLC Auction 4 - January 8th, 2008
No.: 386
2,200 $
42b AR Denarius (3.75 g, 6h). Spanish mint (Caesaraugusta?). Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS Bare head left / S•P•Q•R / CL•V in two lines on shield. 
RIC I 42b; RSC 293. 
Good VF, wonderful iridescent cabinet toning, a few faint, shallow scratches beneath tone. Well centered on a round, broad flan. Exceptional. 
Classical Numismatic Group Mail Bid Sale 75 - May 23rd, 2007 
No.: 964
2,100 $
43a AR Denarius (3.84 g, 5h). Spanish mint (Colonia Caesaraugusta?). Struck circa 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS Bare head right / S-P/Q-R flanking shield inscribed CL•V
RIC I 43a; RSC 292a. 
Near EF, gray and gold toning, traces of deposits. Wonderful portrait. 
Classical Numismatic Group 76 - 12 September 2007. 
No.: 1323.
2,000 $
43b AR Denarius (3.64 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left / S • P • Q • R around round shield inscribed CL • V
RIC I 43b; RSC 292; BMCRE 338 = BMCRR Gaul 133; BN 1323-4. 
Good VF, toned, minor porosity.
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 124 - March 16th, 2007 
No.: 8632
700 $
44 AR Denarius 19/18, Spanish mint (Emerita?). 3,69 g, 6h.
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head of Augustus to left. Rev. S • P • Q • R around round shield inscribed CL • V
RIC 44. BMC 339. 
British Museum  
45 AR Denarius 19/18, Spanish mint (Emerita?). 3,28 g.
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head of Augustus to r. Rev. In front of tall column SP – QR to l. and r. above Victory flying to r. with wreath in both hands over shield inscribed CL V
RIC 45. BMC 340. C. 289. 
Excellent portrait. Good toning. Rev. slightly off-centre. Extremely fine-almost extremely fine.
Ex Apostolo Zeno Coll., Vienna, Auction Dorotheum, 13-16 June 1955, lot 65.
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1275
4,200 chf
46A Denarius, ca. 19 - 18, Colonia Caesaraugusta (?). 3,67 g.
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS. Head of Augustus to right wearing oak-wreath. Rev: S · P · - Q · R. Victoria flying right, holdind wreath, above round shield inscribed CL · V column in background. 
RIC 46A. C. -. BMC -. CBN 1328. 
Very fine.
Ex Sir A. J. Evans, Naville - Ars Classica, Auction 17 (3. October 1934, Luzern), Nr. 1177, and A. Voirol, Münzen und Medaillen AG, Auction 38 (6. / 7. December 1968, Basel), Nr. 325. 
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999
No.: 71
1,500 $
47a AR Denarius 19/18, Spanish mint (Emerita?). 3,51 g.
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head of Augustus to r. Rev. Victory floating to r., carrying a round shield in both hands inscribed CL V, as well as laurel branch in r. hand. S P Q R in l. field. 
RIC 47a. BMC 342. C. 289e. 
Broad planchet. Dark toning. Almost extremely fine.
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1276
3,600 chf
47b AR Denarius (3.82 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, head left, wearing oak wreath / S • P • Q • R behind, Victory flying right, holding in both hands a round shield inscribed CL • V, and laurel branch in right. 
RIC I 47b; RSC 289f; BMCRE 343 = BMCRR Gaul 142; BN 1326. 
VF, toned, area of flat strike on obverse. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 741
2,000 $
51 AR Denarius (3.76 g, 7h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 20/19-17/6 BC. 
Laureate head right / CAESAR above, AVGVSTVS below, two laurel branches (or trees). 
RIC I 51; RSC 47; BMCRE 352 = BMCRR Rome 4450; BN 1225-6. 
EF, toned, reverse die slightly worn.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 742
3,500 $
52a var AR Denarius 20/19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,70 g. 
Head of Augustus, laureate, to r. 
Rev. CAESAR / AVGVSTVS S P Q R around round shield inscribed CLV. Two laurel branches or trees on the sides.
RIC 52a (aureus). BMC 55. C. 51. 
Attractive toning and fine style. Extremely fine.
Ex Coll. Sydenham, Auction Glendining, London, 24 November 1948, lot 475.
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1265
2,900 chf
52a X AV Aureus 20/19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?).
Head of Augustus, laureate, to r. Rev. CAESAR / AVGVSTVS S P Q R around round shield inscribed CL. Two laurel branches or trees on the sides.
RIC 52a. BMC 353. 
   
52b X AV Aureus 20/19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?)
Head of Augustus, laureate, to l. Rev. CAESAR / AVGVSTVS S P Q R around round shield inscribed CL. Two laurel branches or trees on the sides.
RIC 52b. C. 52. 
   
53a X AV Aureus. Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
Laureate head right / Rectangular altar inscribed FORT • RED/CAES • AVG/S • P • Q • R • in three lines. 
RIC I 53a; BMC 358
   
53b AV Aureus (7.81 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
Laureate head left / Rectangular altar inscribed FORT • RED/CAES • AVG/S • P • Q • R • in three lines. 
RIC I 53b; Calicó 200; cf. BMCRE p. 64, note 360 = cf. BMCRR Rome 4441 var. (head right); BN 1343-4. 
Good VF. Very rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 746
35,000 $
54a AR Denarius 20/19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,70 g. 
Head of Augustus, laureate, to r. Rev. Square altar inscribed FORT RED / CAES AVG / S P Q R
RIC 54a. BMC 359a. C. 104. 
Toned. Extremely fine-almost extremely fine.
Ex Coll. Sydenham, Auction Glendining, London, 24 November 1948, lot 477. Ex Bement Coll, Auction Naville Ars Classica, Geneva, 25 June 1924, lot 475.
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1266
5,500 chf
54b AR Denarius  20/19, Colonia Patricia (?). 3,71 g.
Head of Augustus, laureate, to l.  Rev. Square altar inscribed FORT RED / CAES AVG / S P Q R
RIC 54 (b) var. (mit Lorbeerkranz). C. 106. BMC 360 var.CBN 1350 corr.
VF
Lanz, Auction 30 (26. November 1984, Munich), Nr. 446. 
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999
No.: 46
600 $
55 AV Aureus 20/19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 7,92 g, 6h. 
Head of Augustus, laureate, to l., bare. Rev. Rectangular altar inscribed FORT RED / CAES AVG / S P Q R
RIC 55. BMC 361. 
Extremely fine.
British Museum  
56 X      
57 AR Denarius 20/19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,69 g. 
Head of Augustus to r., bare. Rev. IOVI / VOT SVSC / PRO SAL / CAES AVG / S P Q R in oak wreath. 
RIC 57. BMC 430. C. 183. 
Very rare. Scratches on obv. Very fine-good very fine.
Ex Magnaguti Coll., Auction P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, 14 October 1949, lot 397 Ex Auction Münzhandlung Basel, 22 March 1937, lot 532
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1267
2,600 chf
60 AV Aureus, Colonia Patricia circa 19 BC, AV 7.89 g, 5h. 
Bare head r.; below, AVGVSTVS. Rev. SIGNIS RECEPTIS Mars, helmeted and cloaked, standing left, head right, holding aquila in right hand and standard in left hand, over left shoulder.
RIC 60, BMC 411. 
British Museum  
61 AV Aureus, Colonia Patricia circa 19 BC, AV 7.82 g. 
Bare head r.; below, AVGVSTVS. Rev. Victory flying r. with wreath above shield inscribed CL V and leaning against column, on top of which, S·P·Q·R·
Calicò –, cf. 298. C –, cf. 290. BMC –. CBN –, cf. 1091. RIC –, cf. 61.
An apparently unique and unpublished variety. An unobtrusive mark on reverse edge at one
o’clock, otherwise good very fine 
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 33 - 6 April 2006
No.: 397
18,000 chf
62 AV Aureus (7.88 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
AVGVSTVS, bare head right / S • P • Q • R across field, Victory flying facing, head left, wings spread, holding with both hands a round shield inscribed CL • V
RIC 62; Calicó 287; BMCRE -; BMCRR Rome -; BN -. 
Superb EF, lustrous and lightly toned, small “owner’s mark” in lower left field on reverse. Extremely rare, apparently the second known.
Ex Leu 87 (6 May 2003), lot 1 = Numismatic Fine Arts XXII (1 June 1989), lot 30. 
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 749
67,500 $
63a AV Aureus, Colonia Patricia circa 19 BC, 7.80 g. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head r. Rev. IOV – TON Jupiter standing l., holding thunderbolt and leaning on sceptre, in hexastyle temple. 
RIC 63a. BMC 362. C 184. CBN –. Calicó 237. Bahrfedlt 163.3 (this coin).
Extremely rare. Good very fine
Ex Sangiorgi sale 1907, Strozzi, 1800.
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 40 - May 16th, 2007 
No.: 633
11,000 chf
63b X      
64 Denar, ca. 19, Colonia Patricia (?). 3,83 g.
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS. Bare head l.Rev: IOV - TON. Hexastyle temple within which stands Jupiter l. holding sceptre and thunderbolt 
RIC 64. C. 180. BMC -. CBN 1102. 
VF
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999
No.: 49
3,000 $
65 AR Denarius 19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,67 g. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head to l. Rev. Jupiter standing to l. holding thunderbolt in r. hand and sceptre in land within hexastyle temple. IOVIS TON in exergue. 
RIC 65. BMC -. C. 180 var. 
Extremely rare. Banker’s mark on obv. About very fine.
Ex Delmonte
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1305
700 chf
66 AV Aureus (7.83 gm, 5h). Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?). Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS Bare head right. Rev : IOVIS - TONANT Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre, within hexastyle temple. 
RIC I 66; BMCRE 364; Calicó 240. 
VF, bright surfaces, ex jewelry.
Classical Numismatic Group Sale 69 - Jun 08, 2005. 
No.: 1503.
2,000 $
67 AR Denarius 19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,76 g, 6h. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head to r. Rev. Jupiter standing to l. holding thunderbolt in r. hand and sceptre in land within hexastyle temple. IOVIS TONANT
RIC 67. BMC365. 
Very fine.
British Museum  
68 AV Aureus, Colonia Patricia 19 BC, 7.82 g. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head r. Rev. MAR – VLT Mars, helmeted and cloaked, holding aquila in r. hand and standard over l. shoulder, standing l. within round domed temple with four columns. 
Bahrfeldt 160 (only two specimens listed). C 193. BMC 366 and pl. 7, 18 (these dies). RIC 68. CBN –. Calicó 243 (this coin). Biaggi 125 (this coin).
An extremely rare variety. Very fine
Purchased from Esperia Art in 1953 for $ 168.
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008 
No.: 121
8,500 chf
69a AR Denarius (3.78 g, 5h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / MAR VLT across field, Temple of Mars Ultor: round-domed, tetrastyle temple with acroteria set on podium of three steps; in center, Mars, helmeted, naked except for chlamys, standing left, holding aquila in right hand and signa cradled in left. 
RIC I 69a; RSC 194; BMCRE 367-8 = BMCRR Rome 4409-10; BN 1108-10. 
Good VF, toned, tiny scratches on obverse.
Ex Stack’s (6 December 1995), lot 267.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 751
500 $
69b Denar, ca. 19-18, Colonia Patricia (?). 3,45g.
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS. Bare head of Augustus to l. Rev: MAR - VLT. Round, domed, tetrastyle Temple of Mars Ultor. Helmeted, naked figure of Mars with chlamys, holding aquila in r. hand and signum in l. arm.
RIC 69 (b). C. 195 var. BMC 369. CBN 1112.
VF.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 123 - 30 May 2005
No.: 412
500 $
72 Denar, spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?), circa 19 BC. 3,71g. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS. Bare-headed Augustus r. Rev : MARTIS VLTORIS Mars, helmeted and cloaked, holding aquila in r. hand and standard over l. shoulder, standing l. within round domed temple with four columns. 
RIC 72; BMCRE 329; BN 1104; C. 205; 
Fine tone, near extramely fine.
Ex Lanz 94 Leo Benz, 1999, No. 51.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 141 - 26 May 2008
No.: 297
4,400 $
73 X      
75a AR Denarius (4.16 gm). Struck 19 BC. Colonia Patricia mint
CAESAR AVGVSTVS Bare head right / OB CIVIS - SERVATOS Oak-wreath with ties inward. 
RIC I 75a; BMCRE 376; Coh. 210. 
EF, lustrous, lightly toned.
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 158 - September 28th, 2009
No.: 459
4,000 $
75b AR Denarius (3.76 gm). Struck 19 BC. Colonia Patricia mint
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS. Bare head left. Rev: OB · CIVIS / SERVATOS. Oak-wreath with ties inward. 
RIC 75 (b). C. 211. BMC 331. CBN 1171 var. 
Near EF
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999
No.: 53
300 $
76a AV Aureus (7.88 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / OB/CIVIS/SERVATOS in three lines within oak wreath, ties drawn upward toward legend. 
RIC I 76a; Calicó 252; cf. BMCRE p. 66, note *; BMCRR -; cf. BN p. 171, note *. 
Good VF. Rare.
Ex Santamaria FPL (September 1967), no. 317.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 753.
7,500 $
76b X      
77a AR-Denarius (3,73g). Colonia Patricia. 19 BC.
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right. Rev: OB/ CIVIS/ SERVATOS, within oak wreath; whole in linear circle.
RIC 77a. BMC 378.
FDC 
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung Auction 152 - October 10th, 2006 
No.: 1966
1,600 $
77b AR-Denarius (3,80g). Colonia Patricia. 19 BC.
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right. Rev: OB/ CIVIS/ SERVATOS, within oak wreath; whole in linear circle.
RIC 77 (b). C -. CBN 1163. 
Very fine, nice tone.
Ex F. Sternberg, Auction 11 (20. / 21. November 1981, Zürich), Nr. 573. 
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999
No.: 55
650 $
78 AV Aureus, Colonia Patricia 19 BC, 7.79 g. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head r. Rev. OB CIVIS / SERVATOS Shield, inscribed S P Q R / CL V, within oak wreath. 
Bahrfeldt 127 (listed as a copy). C 214. BMC –. RIC 78. CBN 1131. Calicó 255 (this coin). Biaggi 129 (this coin).
Very rare. A very attractive reddish tone, fields somewhat tooled and altered, otherwise good very fine.
Ex Bourgey 18 December 1912, Cugnot, 52 and Glendining 19 July 1950, Platt Hall part I, 787 sales. 
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008 
No.: 122
10,500 chf
79a Denarius 19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,77 g. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head to r. Rev. OB CIVIS above, SERVATOS below oak wreath containing shield inscribed S P Q R / CL V
RIC 79a. BMC 381. C. 215. 
Lustrous iridescent toning. Extremely fine-uncirculated.
Ex Auction Gerhard Hirsch, Munich, 26 April 1954, lot 155.
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1307
3,100 chf
79b AR Denarius (3.60 g, 5h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left / OB • CIVIS above, SERVATOS below, S • P • Q • R/CL • V in two lines inscribed on round shield within oak wreath. 
RIC I 79b; RSC 213; BMCRE 383 = BMCRR Rome 4395; BN 1150-3. 
VF, toned, a little porous.
Ex Hirsch 197 (26 November 1997), lot 488.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 756
500 $
80a AV Aureus, Colonia Patricia 19 BC, AV 7.84 g.
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head r. Rev. SIGNIS – RECEPTIS Mars, helmeted and cloaked, standing l., head facing r., holding aquila and standard.
Bahrfeldt 145. C 258. BMC –. RIC 80a. CBN 1095. Calicó 268.
Very rare. Countermark on obverse, otherwise extremely fine
Ex NAC sale 21, 2001, 346.
Numismatica Ars Classica  Auction 52 - 7 October 2009
No.: 307
 11,000 chf
80b AV Aureus (7.76 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left. Rev : SIGNIS to left, RECEPTIS to right, Mars, helmeted, naked except for chlamys behind, standing left, head right, holding aquila in right hand and signa cradled in left over left shoulder. 
RIC I 80b; Calicó 269; BMCRE 410 = BMCRR Rome 4403; cf. BN p. 167, note †. 
VF, minor marks, scrape on reverse, slight wave to flan. Rare.
Ex Glendining (11 May 1966), lot 250.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI -  7 January 2008. 
No.: 757. 
7,500 $
81 AR Denarius (3.75 g, 4h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left. Rev : SIGNIS to left, RECEPTIS to right, Mars, helmeted, naked except for chlamys behind, standing left, head right, holding aquila in right hand and signa cradled in left over left shoulder. 
RIC I 81; BMC 412. 
VF. Rare.
British Museum  
82a var AR-Denarius, 19 BC, uncertain spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?); 3.52 g. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left. Rev : Mars standing left holding standard and vexillium. 
BMC 414 var.; Coh. 259; RIC 82 a var (head facing). 
Very fine.
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 124 - March 16th, 2007 
No.: 8626
500 $
82b AR Denarius 19, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,78 g. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head to l. Rev. SIGNIS – RECEPTIS Helmeted Mars, naked but for cloak, standing half l., head turned r. In r. hand aquila, in l. hand vexillium. 
RIC 82b. BMC -. C. 262. 
Tiny edge fault. Good very fine-very fine.
Ex Magnaguti Coll., Auction P. & P. Santamaria, Rome, 14 October 1949, lot 350
UBS auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1308
1,300 chf
83 AR Denarius (3.76 g, 6h) 19BC, Spanish mint (Tarraco?).
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head to right. Rev. SIGNIS RECEPTIS above and below helmeted Mars, naked but for cloak, standing half l., head turned r. In r. hand aquila, in l. hand vexillium. 
RIC 83. BMC 415.  
Very fine
British Museum  
85a AV Aureus. Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / SIGNIS above, RECEPTIS below, S P Q R around, round shield inscribed CL • V; aquila and signum flanking. 
RIC I 85a; BMCRE 416 = BMCRR Rome 4396; 
Lanz-Bernardi Auction 148 - 4 January 2010
No.: 74
5,500 $
- AV Aureus (7.77 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / SIGNIS above, RECEPTIS below, S P Q R around, round shield inscribed CL • V; aquila and signum flanking. 
RIC I -; Calicó 274a (this coin illustrated); BMCRE 416 = BMCRR Rome 4396; BN 1130. 
Superb EF, lustrous, small “owner’s mark” in exergue on reverse.
Ex Berk BBS 81 (31 March 1994), lot 13.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 761.
20,000 $
85b AV Aureus (7.88 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Emerita. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left / SIGNIS above, RECEPTIS below, S P Q R around, round shield inscribed CL • V; aquila and signum flanking. 
RIC I 85b; Calicó 274 = Morgan 24 (this coin); BMCRE 420-1 = BMCRR Rome 4402; BN p. 198, *. 
Good VF, a few marks.
Ex J. Pierpont Morgan Collection (Stack's, 14 September 1983), lot 39; Carlo Strozzi Collection (Sangiorgi, 15 April 1907), lot 1804; 1869 Cumae Hoard.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 7 January 2008. 
No.: 762.
16,000 $
86a AR Denarius (3.94 g, 7h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / SIGNIS above, RECEPTIS below, S P Q R around, round shield inscribed CL • V; aquila and signum flanking. 
RIC I 86a; RSC 265; BMCRE 417-21= BMCRR Rome 4397-9; BN 1132-6. 
EF, attractive gray toning with iridescent highlights, tiny delamination on reverse. Bold portrait. 
Classical Numismatic Group Auction 82 - 16 September 2009
No.: 965
2,100 $
86b AR Denarius (3.81 g). Colonia Patricia. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left / SIGNIS above, RECEPTIS below, S P Q R around, round shield inscribed CL • V; aquila and signum flanking. 
RIC 86b; C. 267. 
Very fine. 
Dr. Busso Peus Nachfolger Auction 393 - 31 October 2007 
No.: 505 
650 $
87a AR Denarius (3.87 g). Colonia Patricia. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS Bear head of Augustus to right. Rev. SIGNIS / RECEPTIS Round shield inscribed CL. V (clipeus virtutis), S-P/Q-R around, aquila and signum flanking.
RIC 47, 87a. BN I, 172, 1141. 
Large flan. Nice patina.
EF+
EX Coll. W. Uibeleisen and sale Monnaies et Médailles SA, Bâle 81 (1995), 189.
Hess-Divo AG Auction 307 - 7 June 2007
No.: 1551
6,600 chf
87b AR Denarius (3.71 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head left / SIGNIS above, RECEPTIS below, S P Q R around, round shield inscribed CL • V; aquila and signum flanking. 
RIC I 87b; cf. RSC 265a var. (head left); BMCRE 423 = BMCRR Rome 4401; BN 1142-3. 
Good VF, toned, minor porosity.
Classical Numismatic Group  Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 766
850 $
89 AR Denarius (3.71 g, 4h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, bare head right / S • P • Q • R across fields, Victory flying right, holding in both hands a round shield inscribed CL • V, and laurel branch in right. 
RIC I 89; RSC 289c; BMCRE 408 = BMCRR Rome 4386; BN 1125-6. 
Near EF, toned. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 768
4,750 $
90 AV Aureus (7.91 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, Bare head right. Rev. Victory, draped, flying right, holding in both hands wreath above round, shield inscribed S.P.Q.R / CL.V resting against tall column.
RIC I 91
British Museum  
91 var AR Denarius (3.74 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 19-18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, Bare head right / Victory flying right, holding laurel branch and shield inscribed CL•V, S • P • Q • R below.  
RIC I 91 var (aureus; Colonia Patricia?); RSC 289c. 
Good VF, toned, shallow cleaning scratches beneath tone. Wonderful portrait.
Classical Numismatic Group Mail Bid Sale 78 - May 14th, 2008 
No.: 1659
700 $
91 Aureus, Colonia Patricia 19 BC, 7.84 g. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head r. Rev. S·P·Q·R Victory flying r., holding shield inscribed CL V in r. hand and branch in l. 
Bahrfeldt 136 (only two specimens listed). C 219 (first edition). BMC –. RIC 91. CBN 1097. Mazzini d 291 (this coin). Calicó 293 (this coin). Biaggi 144 (this coin).
Extremely rare, a few specimens known. Two minor edge marks, otherwise very fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008 
No.: 119
15,000 chf
92 AR Denarius, Colonia Patricia 19 BC; 6.64 g, 6h. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head r. Rev. S·P·Q·R Victory flying r., holding shield inscribed CL V in r. hand and branch in l. 
RIC 92.
Very fine. 
British Museum  
93 AR Denarius (3.75 gm). Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?). Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR – AVGVSTVS Bare head right / Victory standing facing, holding inscribed shield. 
RIC I 93; RSC 283. 
Toned VF, banker's mark on obverse, minor encrustation on reverse. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Mail Bid Sale 64 - 24 September 2003 
No.: 918
450 $
95 AR Denarius. Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 19 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head right / S • P • Q • R across fields, Victory flying right, holding in both hands a round shield inscribed CL • V, and laurel branch in right. 
RIC I 95. 
VF, toned. Rare.
  1,000 $
97 AR Denarius (3.78 gm). Struck 18 BC. Spanish mint
Legionary eagle, consular robes and wreath / Triumphal quadriga right. 
RIC I 97; BMCRE 397; RSC 78. 
Nicely toned, EF.
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung  Auction 151 - 9 October 2006 
No.: 379
7,000 $
98 AR Denarius, Colonia Patricia (?) circa 18 BC, AR 3.79 g. 
Slow quadriga r., its panels ornamented with Victories, surmounted by four miniature prancing horses; in exergue, CAESARI AVGVSTO. Rev. S P Q R PAREN Toga picta over tunica palmate; on l., aquila and on r. wreath. Below, CONS SVO
C 81. BMC 401 var. (PARENT). RIC 98. CBN 1199.
Unusually well centred with an attractive old cabinet tone. Extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 51 - 5 March 2009 
No.: 152
4,500 chf
99 Denarius, Colonia Patricia circa 18 BC, AR 3.79 g. 
S P Q R PAREN / CONS SVO Toga picta over tunica palmata between aquila, on l., and wreath, on r. Rev. CAESARI / AVGVSTO Slow quadriga r. with ornamentend panels surmounted by four miniature galloping horses. 
C 78. BMC 399. RIC 99. CBN 1188.
Lightly toned. Reverse slightly off-centre, otherwise extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 45 - 2 April 2008 
No.: 65
1,300 chf
100 AR Denarius (3.82 gm). Spanish mint. Struck circa 18 BC. 
S P Q R PAREN / CONS SVO Legionary eagle, toga picta over tunica palmata, and wreath. Rev : Triumphal quadriga right, ornamented with two Victories and small galloping quadriga, CAESARI AVG in exergue. 
RIC I 100; RSC 80. 
Toned, nice VF, banker's mark on reverse.
Classical Numismatic Group Mail Bid Sale 63 - 21 May 2003 
No.: 1204
930 $
101 Denarius, Colonia Patricia circa 18 BC, AR 3.47 g, 5h. 
S P Q R PAREN / CONS SVO Toga picta over tunica palmata between aquila, on l., and wreath, on r. Rev. CAESARI / AVGVSTO Slow quadriga r. with ornamentend panels surmounted by four miniature galloping horses. 
C 78. BMC 400. RIC 101. CBN 1193.
Very fine.
British Museum  
102 AR Denarius (3.85 g). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head right / DIVVS • IVLIVS across field, comet with eight rays and tail. 
RIC I 102; C 98; BMCRE 357; BN -. 
High reliefs, FDC.
Helios Numismatik Auction 4 - October 14th, 2009
No.: 213
10,000 $
103 AR Fourrée Denarius (3.14 g, 5h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head right. Rev. MAR VLT across field, Temple of Mars Ultor: round-domed, hexastyle temple with acroteria set on podium of three steps; within, aquila between two signa. 
RIC I 103; BMCRE 371. 
Ancient forgery, good VF.
British Museum  
104 AV Aureus (7.87 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESARI AVGVSTO, laureate head right / MAR VLT across field, Temple of Mars Ultor: round-domed, hexastyle temple with acroteria set on podium of three steps; within, aquila between two signa. 
RIC I 104; Calicó 246; BMCRE 372 = BMCRR Rome 4418; BN 1201. 
Good VF, minor porosity, scrape on obverse, marks on reverse.
Ex Triton I (2 December 1997), lot 1274.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 802
6,750 $
105a AR Denarius (3.88 g). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESARI AVGVSTO, laureate head right / MAR VLT across field, Temple of Mars Ultor: round-domed, hexastyle temple with acroteria set on podium of three steps; within, aquila between two signa. 
RIC I 105a; RSC 190; BMCRE 373-4 = BMCRR Rome 4419-20; BN 1202-4. 
EF, toned.
This small temple, dedicated to Mars the Avenger, was situated on the Capitol and was built to house the standards recovered by Augustus from Phraates IV of Parthia.
Helios Numismatik Auction 4 - October 14th, 2009
No.: 214
3,000 $
105b Denarius 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,69 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Head, laureate, to l. Rev. MAR – VLT Round-domed temple of Mars Ultor with six columns containing aquila between two signa. 
RIC 105b. BMC 375. C. 192. 
Blue toning. Almost extremely fine.
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 78 - 9 September 2008 
No.: 1313
3,200 chf
107a Aureus c. 18, Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?). 7,90 g. 
CAESARI AVGVSTO Laureate head to r. Rev. Slow triumphal quadriga to r. containing aquila and surmounted by four miniature galloping horses. S P Q R in exergue. 
RIC 107a. BMC -. Calicó 275a (this specimen pictured). 
Very rare. Broad planchet. Red patina. Extremely fine.
Ex Auction 64 Münzen & Medaillen AG, Basel, 30 January 1984, lot 236. The reverse alludes to the restitution by the Parthian king Phraates IV to Augustus of the Roman insigniae lost by Crassus and Marcus Antonius in 53 BC. 
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 64 - 24 January 2006 
No.: 155
14,750 chf
108a Denarius 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,84 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Head, laureate, to r. Rev. Slow triumphal quadriga pulling ornate chariot holding aquila and miniature quadriga. S P Q R in exergue. 
RIC 108a. BMC 392. C. 274. Extremely fine.
Ex Magnaguti Coll., Auction P. & P. Santamaria, Rome. 14 October 1949, lot 392. Ex Auction Münzhandlung Basel, 22 March 1937, lot 535.
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 78 - 9 September 2008 
No.: 1314
7,000 chf
108b Denarius 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,74 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Head, laureate, to l. Rev. Slow triumphal quadriga pulling ornate chariot holding aquila and miniature quadriga. S P Q R in exergue. 
RIC 108b. C. -. BMC -. CBN 1184
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - November 22nd, 1999
No.: 84
700 $
109 Aureus18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 7,7 g, 5h. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Head, laureate, to r. Rev. SPQR in exergue, slow triumphal quadriga pulling ornate chariot holding aquila and miniature quadriga. 
RIC 109. CBN 1173.
British Museum  
110 Denarius 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,73 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Head, laureate, to r. Rev. SPQR in field, slow triumphal quadriga pulling ornate chariot holding aquila and miniature quadriga. 
RIC 110. BMC 394. C. 275. Fine tone, Very fine.
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG  Auction 153 - 14 March 2009 
No.: 8581
2,200 $
111 Aureus, Colonia Patricia 18 BC, 7.84 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Laureate head l. Rev. Slow quadriga l. containing aquila and surmounted by a small quadriga; in exergue, S·P·Q·R
Bahrfeldt 155 (one specimen listed). C 276 var. (head r.). BMC 395. RIC 111. CBN 1182a. Calicó 280 (this coin). Biaggi 138 (this coin).
An exceedingly rare variety, very few specimens known. Good very fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008 
No.: 125
13,000 chf
112 Aureus, Colonia Patricia 18 BC, 7.84 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Laureate head r. Rev. S·P·Q·R Slow quadriga l. containing aquila and surmounted by a small quadriga. 
Bahrfeldt 157 (two specimens listed). C 276. BMC 395 note*. RIC 112. CBN p. 177 *. Calicó 282 (this coin). Biaggi 137 (this coin).
An extremely rare variety, very few specimens known. Minor marks on edge, otherwise good very fine.
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008 
No.: 126
10,000 chf
Unlisted AV Aureus, 25/22 BC, Colonia Patricia; 7.80 g. 
CAESAR AVGVSTO Laureate head of Augustus to right. Rev : SPQR in field, slow triumphal quadriga to r. containing aquila and surmounted by four miniature galloping horses.  
BMC S. 69 Anm.; Calico 281; Coh. -; RIC² -. 
Good very fine. 
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 101 - June 21th, 2005 
No.: 50
7,000 $
113a X AR Denarius. Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?). Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Laureate head right / S·P·Q·R Slow quadriga left with ornamented panels, containing aquila and surmounted by four miniature galloping horses. 
RIC I 113a; BN 1185. 
   
113b AR Denarius (3.84 gm). Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?). Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Laureate head left / S·P·Q·R Slow quadriga left with ornamented panels, containing aquila and surmounted by four miniature galloping horses. 
RIC I 113b; RSC 277a. 
VF. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Mail Bid Sale 64 - 24 September 2003 
No.: 923
325 $
115 Denarius (Silver, 3.85 g 6), Colonia Patricia, 18. 
CAESARI AVGVSTO Laureate head of Augustus to right. Rev. Round tetrastyle temple with a triumphal car, containing a legionary eagle and a miniature quadriga, within the central intercolumniation; to left and right, SP - QR
BMC 385. BN 1210. C. 279. RIC 115. 
Beautifully toned. Extremely fine.
Leu Numismatik AG Auction 86 - May 5th, 2003 
No.: 750
3,800 chf
116 AV Aureus (7.78 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESARI AVGVSTO, laureate head left / S • P • Q • R • in exergue, Temple of Mars Ultor: round-domed, tetra-style temple set on podium of three steps; within, is a chariot, carrying an aquila and a miniature, galloping quadriga right. 
RIC I 116; Calicó 285; BMCRE 387 = BMCRR Rome 4425; BN 1218 var. (head right). 
VF, a few field marks, some dirt encrustation, slight wave to flan.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 808
5,000 $
117 AR Denarius (3.81 g). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESARI AVGVSTO, laureate head left / S • P • Q • R • in exergue, Temple of Mars Ultor: round-domed, tetra-style temple set on podium of three steps; within, is a chariot, carrying an aquila and a miniature, galloping quadriga right. 
RIC I 117; C 281. 
Nice toned EF, banker's mark on obverse.
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG  Auction 153 - 14 March 2009
No.: 8582
3,500 $
118 Aureus 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 7,89 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Head, laureate, to l. Rev. Round domed tetrastyle temple set on three steps, containing triumphal currus (chariot) carrying aquila and miniature quadriga. S P - Q R in field l. and r. 
RIC 118. BMC 384. C. 278. Calicó 283. 
Very rare. Well centred and attractive coin. Good very fine.
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 78 - 9 September 2008 
No.: 1316
13,000 chf
119 Denarius, Colonia Patricia circa 18 BC, AR 3.85 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Laureate head r. Rev. Tetrastyle domed within which triumphal currus S P - Q R in field l. and r. 
C 279. BMC 385. RIC 119. CBN 1210.
Toned and  extremely fine.
Ex Leu Numismatic, Auction 86 (5. - 6. Mai 2003), Nr. 750.
Helios Numismatik Auction 4 - October 14th, 2009
No.: 215
5,000 $
120 Denarius, Colonia Patricia circa 18, AR 3.77 g. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO Laureate head l. Rev. S P - Q R Triumphal currus within doomed tetrastyle temple. 
C 282. BMC 386. RIC 120. C 1215.
Toned and good very fine
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung  Auction 133 - October 11th, 2007
No.: 8515
2,000 $
120A~ AR Denarius (3.82 g, 7h). Spanish mint. Struck circa 18 BC. 
CAESARI – AVGVSTO, laureate head right / S•P Q•R across field, temple of Mars Ultor: round-domed, tetra-style temple set on podium of three steps; within is a chariot right, carrying an aquila and a miniature quadriga. 
RIC I 120A; RSC 279; BMCRE -; BN 1210-2. 
EF, toned.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 868
3,000 $
121 Gold Quinarius (3.86g), uncertain Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?), struck c. 18-16 BC. 
Bare head of Augustus right; AVG - VST. Reverse: Victory standing on globe right, holding aequilia up while holding branch down. 
RIC 121 (same reverse die); BMCRE 424. 
Small ancient edge nick at one o'clock. Residual luster in the recesses. Very Fine. Very Rare.
Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles Auction 37 - 10 September 2006 
No.: 3450
3,500 $
122 X      
123 Gold Quinarius (3.9g, 6h), uncertain Spanish mint (Colonia Patricia?), struck c. 18-16 BC. 
Bare head of Augustus right; AVG - VST. Reverse: Victory, draped, standing facing on globe, head right, holding palm-branch in right hand and trophy in left hand.
RIC 123; BMCRE 426. 
Good very fine, struck on a large flan. 
British Museum  
123A X      
124 Denarius 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,79 g. 
Bare head to l. Rev. Aurora flying to r. and holding billowing veil in both hands, AVGVSTVS beneath. Below, Capricorn holding rudder to r. 
RIC 124. BMC 349. C. 15. Extremely rare. Very fine.
Ex F. Sternberg, Auction 21 (14. / 15. November 1988, Zürich), Nr. 334.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - November 22nd, 1999 
No.: 89
3,700 $
Unlisted AR Denarius, Colonia Patricia circa 18-16, AR 3.81 g. 
Bare head r. Rev. AVGVSTVS Radiate Zephyr, flying r., hovering horizontally with outstretched veil; below, capricorn r. with rudder on its back. 
RIC –, cf. 124 (head l.) BMC -. C -, cf. 15 (head l.). CBN -, cf. 1358 (head l.).
An apparently unrecorded variety of an extremely rare type. An interesting and exceptionally well detailed reverse composition. Minor scratch on reverse at three o’clock, otherwise extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 40 - May 16th, 2007 
No.: 636
19,000 chf
125 Aureus, Colonia Patricia circa 18-16 BC, AV 7.90 g. 
Bare head r. Rev. AVGVSTVS Capricorn r., holding globe attached to rudder, cornucopia above its back. 
Calicò 164. C 20. BMC –. CBN 1264. RIC 125.
Rare. Good very fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 33 - 6 April 2006 
No.: 399
16,000 chf
126 Denarius, Colonia Patricia circa 18-16 BC, AR 3.98 g. 
Bare head r. Rev. AVGVSTVS Capricon r., holding globe attached to rudder; cornucopiae above its back. 
FFC 14. C 21. BMC 347. CBN 1266. RIC 126.
Good extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 29 - May 11th, 2005
No.: 440
4,750 chf
127 Aureus, Colonia Patricia circa 18-16 BC, AV 7.88 g, 7h. 
Bare head r. Rev. AVGVSTVS Capricon l., holding globe attached to rudder; cornucopiae above its back. 
FFC 14. C 21. BMC 347. CBN 1266. RIC 126.
Near extremely fine.
British Museum  
128 Denarius 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,78 g. 
Bare head to r. Rev. AVGVSTVS Capricorn to l. holding globe attached to rudder between its front hooves, cornucopia above. 
RIC 128. C. 25. BMC 345. 
Rare. Attractive toning. Rev. slightly off-centre and minimal flattening. Extremely fine.
Ex Auction Münzen & Medaillen AG, Basel, 3 December 1948, lot 520.
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 78 - 9 September 2008 
No.: 1319
2,500 chf
130 Denarius, Colonia Patricia circa 18-16 BC, AR 3.85 g. 
Bare head l. Rev. AVGVSTVS Capricorn with cornucopiae set on its back, holding globe and rudder. 
C 22. BMC 307. RIC 130. CBN 1354.
   3,000 $
131 Aureus, Colonia Patricia circa 18-16 BC, 7.81g, 7h. 
SPQR IMP CAESARI AVG COS XI TR POT VI Bare head r. Rev. CIVIB ET SIGN MILIT A PART RECVP triumphal arch of Augustus: central arch surmounted by a facing quadriga; side arches, on each of which is a standing figure; on left, figure standing right, holding a signum in raised right hand; on right, figure standing left, holding an aquila in raised right hand and bow at side in left. 
BMC 427. RIC 131.
British Museum  
132 AR Denarius (3.89 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 18 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • IMP • CAESARI • AVG • COS • XI • TR • POT • VI •, bare head left / CIVIB • ET • SIGN • MILIT • A • PART • RECVP, triumphal arch of Augustus: central arch surmounted by a facing quadriga; side arches, on each of which is a standing figure; on left, figure standing right, holding a signum in raised right hand; on right, figure standing left, holding an aquila in raised right hand and bow at side in left. 
RIC I 132; RSC 85; cf. BMCRE p. 73, note * = BMCRR Rome p. 38, note 1; cf. BN -. 
Near EF, toned, struck on a compact flan. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 816
2,400 $
133 Aureus (7,83 g), Spanish mint (Tarraco? Colonia Patricia?) 18-17 BC. 
SPQR IMP CAESARI AVGV COS XI TR POT VI, bare head right. Rev.: CIVIB ET SIGN MILIT A PART REC-VPER, triumphal arch of Augustus: central arch surmounted by a facing quadriga; side arches, on each of which is a standing figure; on left, figure standing right, holding a signum in raised right hand; on right, figure standing left, holding an aquila in raised right hand and bow at side in left. 
RIC 133var (Av.-Leg.), C 82var (dito), Calicó 194var (dito). 
Auktionshaus H. D. Rauch GmbH Auction 82 - 23 April 2008 
No.: 201
6,000 $
134a Denarius, Colonia Patricia, 18 BC. AR 3.85 g. 
SPQR IMP CAESARI AVG COS XI TRI POT VI Bare head r. Rev. CIVIB ET SIGN MILIT A PART RECVPER Triumphal arch with three gates; on top, Augustus standing in facing quadriga between two Parthians; the one on l. holding standard, the second, aquila and bow. 
RIC 134a. C. 84. BN I, 182, 1232. 
Rare type. Very Fine.
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung  Auction 151 - 9 October 2006 
No.: 383
1,500 $
135 Aureus 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?).
S P Q R IMP CAESARI AVG COS XI TRI POT VI Small, bare head to r. Rev. CIVIB ET SIGN MILIT A PA – RT RECVP Triumphal arch of Augustus (Parthian Arch) with three portals. Quadriga on top flanked by two figures. 
RIC 135. 
Near extremely fine.
Berlin Münzkabinett  
136 Denarius 18/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,70 g. 
S P Q R IMP CAESARI AVG COS XI TRI POT VI Small, bare head to r. Rev. CIVIB ET SIGN MILIT A PA – RT RECVP Triumphal arch of Augustus (Parthian Arch) with three portals. Quadriga on top flanked by two figures. 
RIC 136. BMC 427. C. -. Very fine.
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 78 - 9 September 2008 
No.: 1321
2,000 chf
137 Denarius, Colonia Patricia (?) circa 18-16 BC, AR 3.94 g. 
SPQR IMP CAESARI AVG·COS·XI·TRI· POT.VI Bare head r. Rev. CIVIB ET SIGN·MILIT.A.PART RECVPE Triumphal arch surmounted by facing quadriga, at side of which, two figures holding respectively on l., standard and on r., aquila and bow. 
C 84. BMC 428. CBN 1232. RIC 137.
Rare. Attractive tone and two counter-marks, otherwise extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 27 - 12 May 2004 
No.: 294
1,000 chf
138 Aureus, 17 BC, Colonia Patricia. 7.89 g. 
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS. Bare head r. Rev: IMP. Altar inscribed LVDI / SAECVL in two lines, flanking by two figures, all in oak-wreath. 
RIC 138. C. 112. BMC 431. CBN - . Calicó 204. Biaggi 103. 
Good very fine.
Helios Numismatik Auction 1 - April 17th, 2008 
No.: 221
45,000 $
139 Denarius, 17 BC, Colonia Patricia. 3.88 g. 
CAESAR - AVGVSTVS. Bare head r. Rev: IMP. Altar inscibed LVDI / SAECVL in two lines, flanking by two figures, all in oak-wreath. 
RIC 139. C. 188. BMC - . CBN - . 
Very fine.
Helios Numismatik Auction 1 - April 17th, 2008 
No.: 222
5,000 $
140 Aureus, Colonia Patricia July 18 BC – 17/16 BC, 7.82 g. 
CAESARI – S·P·Q·R·IMP Bare head r. Rev. QV – OD· – VIA·MVN·SVNT Augustus, veiled, crowned by Victory behind him, standing r. in biga of elephants on square arch between roofed porticoes. 
RIC 140, BMC 432.
Extremely fine.
British Museum  
141 Aureus, Colonia Patricia 18 BC – 17/16 BC, 7.83 g. 
CAESARI – S·P·Q·R·IMP Bare head r. Rev. QV – OD· – VIAE·MVN·SVNT Augustus, veiled, crowned by Victory behind him, standing r. in biga of elephants on square arch between roofed porticoes. 
Bahrfeldt 191.1 (this coin). C 230. BMC 432 note. RIC 141. CBN 1262. Jameson 20 (this coin). Calicó 262 (this coin). Biaggi 131 (this coin).
An exceedingly rare variety of an extremely rare and interesting type.
Struck on a full flan and good very fine
Ex Fellot, Paris 1904, 79 and Adolph Hess 14 April 1954 sales, 225. From the Jameson collection. 
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008 
No.: 128
75000 chf
142 Aureus, Colonia Patricia 18 BC–16 BC, 3.43 g, 6h. 
CAESARI – S·P·Q·R·IMP Bare head l. Rev. QVOD·/ VIAE / MVN / SVNT between two arches on a viaduct, each surmounted by equestrian statue and trophy.
RIC 142. BMC 435.
British Museum  
143 X      
144 Denarius 17/16, Spanish mint (Tarraco?). 3,49 g. 
S P Q R CAESARI – AVGVSTO Bare head to r. Rev. QVOD - VIAE MVN SNT Augustus in triumphal quadriga to r. being crowned by Victory. The quadriga is set upon a double triumphal arch adorned with prows, the whole is set on a viaduct. 
RIC 144. BMC 433. C. 233. 
Very rare. Toned and  extremely fine.
Ex Bank Leu AG, Auction 28 (5. / 6. May 1981, Zürich), Nr. 360.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - November 22nd, 1999 
No.: 90
3,000 $
144 AV Aureus (7.88 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 17-16 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • CAESARI AVGVSTO, bare head right. Rev. QVOD • VIAE • MVN • SVNT •, Augustus standing right in triumphal quadriga of horses right, holding branch in right hand, being crowned by Victory, who stands behind him, set on double triumphal arch adorned with prows, set on a viaduct. 
RIC I 144 (denarius); Calicó 265; cf. BMCRE 433 = BMCRR Rome 4463 (denarius); cf. BN 1257-9 (denarius). 
VF, a few inconsequential marks, slight wave to flan. Very rare, apparently the second known. Recorded only as a denarius in RIC.
Ex Count Alessandro Magnaguti Collection (Santamaria, 12 October 1949), lot 398.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 818
12,000 $
145 AR Denarius (3.80 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 17-16 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • CAESARI AVGVSTO, bare head left. Rev. QVOD • VIAE • MVN • SVNT •, double triumphal arch placed on viaduct, surmounted by Augustus, holding branch in right hand, crowned by Victory, who stands behind him, driving quadriga of horses right. 
RIC I 145; RSC 231; BMCRE 434 = BMCRR Rome 4464; BN 1253-4. 
Near EF, toned, a pair of shallow edge test cuts. Rare.
Ex Hess-Leu 49 (27 April 1971), lot 331.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 820
4,000 $
146 AR Denarius. Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 17-16 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • CAESARI AVGVSTO, bare head right. Rev. VOT • P • SVSC • PRO • SAL • ET • RED • I • O • M • SACR •, Mars, head left, helmeted, naked except for chlamys hanging from shoulders over left arm, standing left, holding vertical vexillum in right hand and parazonium in left over shoulder. 
RIC I 146; BN 1246. 
Classical Numismatic Group    
148 AR Denarius. Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 17-16 BC, 3.91g, 7h. 
S • P • Q • R • CAESARI AVGVSTO, bare head right. Rev. VOT • P • SVSC • PRO • SAL • ET • RED • I • O • M • SACR •, Mars, head right, helmeted, naked except for chlamys hanging from shoulders over left arm, standing left, holding vertical vexillum in right hand and parazonium in left over shoulder. 
RIC I 148; BMC 441. 
British Museum  
149a AV Aureus (7.84 g, 7h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 17-16 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • CAESARI AVGVSTO, bare head right. Rev. VOT • P • SVSC • PRO • SAL • ET • RED • I • O • M • SACR •, Mars, helmeted, naked except for chlamys hanging from shoulders over left arm, standing left, holding vertical vexillum in right hand and parazonium in left over shoulder. 
RIC I 149a; Calicó 298 (this coin illustrated); BMCRE 437 = BMCRR Rome 4458; BN 1240-1. 
Near EF, underlying luster. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 821
17,000 $
150a AR Denarius (3.84 g). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 17-16 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • CAESARI before, AVGVSTO behind, bare head right. Rev. VOT • P • SVSC • PRO • SAL • ET • RED • I • O • M • SACR •, Mars, helmeted, naked except for chlamys hanging from shoulders over left arm, standing left, holding vertical vexillum in right hand and parazonium cradled in left against shoulder. 
RIC 150a; BMC 438. 
EF, toned. Amazing portrait. 
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung Auction 129 - March 8th, 2004 
No.: 281
8,000 $
150b AR Denarius (3.80 g, 7h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 17-16 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • CAESARI before, AVGVSTO behind, bare head left. Rev. VOT • P • SVSC • PRO • SAL • ET • RED • I • O • M • SACR •, Mars, helmeted, naked except for chlamys hanging from shoulders over left arm, standing left, holding vertical vexillum in right hand and parazonium cradled in left against shoulder. 
RIC I 150b; RSC 326; cf. BMCRE p. 76, note = BMCRR Rome p. 39, note; BN 1242-5 var. (head right). 
EF, toned. Amazing portrait. Very rare with head left.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008 
No.: 823
4,250 $
152 AR Denarius (3.82 g, 5h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 17-16 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • CAESARI before, AVGVSTO behind, bare head right. Rev. VOT • P • SVSC • PRO • SAL • ET • RED • I • O • M • SACR •, Mars, helmeted, naked except for chlamys hanging from shoulders over left arm, standing left, holding vertical vexillum in right hand and parazonium cradled in left against shoulder. 
RIC I 152, BMC 440. 
EF.
British Museum  
153 AR Denarius (3.63 g, 6h). Spanish mint - Tarraco. Struck 18-16 BC. 
S • P • Q • R • IMP before, CAESARI behind, bare head right. Rev. VOT • P • SVSC above, PRO• - SAL•ET / RED• - I•O•M• / SA - CR•, Mars, head right, helmeted, naked except for chlamys hanging from shoulders over left arm, standing left, holding vertical vexillum in right hand and parazonium cradled in left against shoulder. 
RIC I 153, BMC 442. 
Very fine.
British Museum  
154 Dupondius (Bronze, 16.61g 7), Nemausus, c. 27. 
IMP·DIVI·F Heads of Agrippa, laureate and wearing rostral crown to left, and Augustus, bare-headed, to right, back to back. Rev. COL NEM Crocodile walking to right, chained to a palm tree behind him. 
C. (Augustus and Agrippa) 7. RIC 154. RPC 522. Vagi 383. 
The rare early variety. Of excellent style and with an exceptionally attractive olive green patina with earthen highlights. Extremely fine.
Leu Numismatik AG Auction 83 - May 6th, 2002 
No.: 705
5,800 chf
155 Æ dupondius or As (13.32 gm). GAUL, Nemausus. Augustus and Agrippa. Circa 16-10 BC.  
IMP·DIVI·F Heads of Agrippa and Augustus back to back, that of Agrippa wearing combined rostral crown and laurel wreath, that of Augustus bare / COL NEM Crocodile chained to palm branch, two wreaths tied to palm. 
RPC I 523; RIC I 155. 
VF, with a superb dark green patina, scattered adjustment marks.
Classical Numismatic Group Mail Bid Sale 66 - May 19th, 2004 
No.: 1005
475 $
157 Æ dupondius or As (16.10 gm, 3h). GAUL, Nemausus. Augustus and Agrippa. Circa 16-10 BC. 
IMP DIVI F, heads of Agrippa and Augustus back to back, that of Agrippa wearing combined rostral crown and laurel wreath, that of Augustus bare / COL NEM (NE ligate), crocodile chained to palm branch, wreath tied to palm; two branches below. 
RIC I 157; RPC I 523; CRE Ashmolean 413; SNG Hunterian 149. 
Good VF, glossy dark jade green patina.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton VIII - 10 January 2005 
No.: 736
700 $
158 Æ dupondius or As (12.84 gm). Nemausus, c. 9/8 - 3 BC. 
IMP DIVI F, laureate head of Augustus facing right (on right), head of Agrippa wearing rostral crown facing left (on left) / COL NEM, crocodile right chained to palm, wreath with long ties at top of palm. 
RPC 524. RIC 158. Cohen 10. Sear, RCTV Millennium Edition 1730 (this specimen illustrated). 
Black patina with orange earthen highlights. Extremely fine/good very fine. 
Ex NFA XXV, 1990, lot 334. 
Gemini, LLC Auction III - January 9th, 2007 
No.: 337
3,250 $
159 Æ dupondius or As, Nemausus, c. AD 10-14. 13,21g
IMP / DIVI·F. Portrait heads of Agrippa (wearing rostral crown, l.) and Augustus (laureate, r.) back to back; P-P to l. and r. of the heads. Rev: COL-NEM to l. and r. of a palm-shoot, its tip to l., behind chained crocodile r.; in upper l. field, wreath with long ties; dotted border. 
RIC I² 159; RPC I 525; Oxford 441; SNG Cop. 700; SNG Tübingen 161.
Dark green patina. Extremely fine.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 145 - 5 January 2009 
No.: 50
3,800 $
160 As, Nemausus circa 10-14 AD, æ 12.94 g. 
IMP / P - P / DIVI F Head. of Agrippa and Augustus back to back, the former wearing combined rostral crown and laurel wreath, the latter wearing an oak wreath. Rev. COL – NEM Crocodile r., chained to palm-tree with long, vertical fronds; at the top of the tree, wreath with long ties. 
C 10. RPC 525. RIC 160.
Probaly among the finest specimens known. Unusually well-struck and centred with a superb enamel-like light green patina, extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 27 - May 12th, 2004 
No.: 300
4,000 chf
161 Æ-As, 10/14, Nemausus; 13.02 g. 
Beider Köpfe nach außen blickend//Krokodil an Palme gekettet r. 
RIC² 161; RPC 525. 
Grünbraune Patina, vorzügliches Prachtexemplar
Fritz Rudolf Künker GmbH & Co. KG Auction 111 - 18 March 2006 
No.: 6558
1,500 $
162a AR Denarius (3.88 gm). Lugdunum (Lyons) mint. Struck 15-13 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F, bare head right / IMP X in exergue, Augustus seated left on curule chair set on low dais, receiving branch from soldier with parazonium. 
RIC I 162a; cf. BMCRE 449 (fourrée); BN 1361; RSC 131. 
Toned, near EF, small flan flaw in left field of obverse.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton VII - 12 January 2004 
No.: 841
1,200 $
162b Denarius 15/13, Lugdunum. 3,73 g. 
AVGVSTVS - DIVI F Bare head to l. Rev. Soldier with parazonium on l., presenting branch to Augustus seated on platform on r. IMP X in exergue. 
RIC 162b. BMC 449 note. C. 131. 
Toning. Good very fine.
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 78 - 9 September 2008 
No.: 1341
2,000 chf
164a Aureus, 14-12 B.C. Lugdunum. 7.96 g. 
Bare head r., AVGVSTVS DIVI F. Rv. Two warriors standing r., each offering an olive branch to Augustus who is seated l. on platform, IMP.X in ex. 
Cal.210a, RIC 164a (R2). 
Well centered and sharply struck on a broad flan. Extremely Fine and rare.
MILLON & ASSOCIES auction 14 Novembre 2007
No.: 012
25,000 $
164b Aureus, Lugdunum 15-13 BC, 7.95 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI·F Bare head l. Rev. Two soldiers with parazonium giving branches to Augustus seated l. on a platform; in exergue, IMP·X
Bahrfeldt 200. C 134. BMC 447. RIC 164b. CBN 1370. Calicó 211. Biaggi 107 (this coin).
Rare. About extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008 
No.: 130
17,000 chf
165a AR Denarius . Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 15-13 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F Bare head right / Augustus seated left on curule chair set on dais, receiving laurel branches from two soldiers, IMP X in exergue. 
RIC I 165a; Lyon 15; BMCRE 446; RSC 133. 
EF, toned.
Gemini, LLC  2,500 $
165b AR Denarius . Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 15-13 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F Bare head left / Augustus seated left on curule chair set on dais, receiving laurel branches from two soldiers, IMP X in exergue. 
RIC 165b; C. 135; BMC 448; BN 1371. 
VF, toned.
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung Auction 165 - 17 March 2008
No.: 1776
400 $
166a Aureus, Lugdunum 15-13 BC, AV 7.87 g. 
AVGVSTVS - DIVI·F Bare head r. Rev. Bull butting r.; in exergue, IMP·X
Bahrfeldt 201. Giard 18. RIC 166a. BMC 450. C 136. CBN 1372. Vagi 262. Calicó 212.
Extremely fine
Ex Sotheby's sale 7.12.96, 85. 
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 24 - December 5th, 2002 
No.: 14
13,000 chf
166b Aureus 15/13, Lugdunum. 7,88 g. 
AVGVSTVS - DIVI F Bare head to l. Rev. Bull butting to r., l. foreleg raised, tail lashing. IMP X in exergue. 
RIC 166b. BMC 454. C. 138. Calicó 213. 
Rare. High relief. Extremely fine.
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 78 - 9 September 2008 
No.: 1343
25,000 chf
167a Denarius, Lugdunum circa 15-13 BC, AR 3.86 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Bare head r. Rev. Bull butting r.; in exergue, IMP X
FFC 108. C 137. BMC 451. CBN 1373. RIC 167a.
Extremely fine
  1,350 $
167b Denarius, Lugdunum circa 15-13 BC, AR 3.85 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Bare head l. Rev. Bull butting r.; in exergue, IMP X
C 139. BMC 455. CBN 1386. RIC 167b.
Extremely fine
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 128 - May 22nd, 2006 
No.: 219
600 $
168 AV Aureus (7.85 g). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 14-12 BC. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Bare head right / Bull butting left, in exergue, IMP X
BMC 457; Calico 214; Coh. 140; RIC² 168.
Well centered and good extremely fine. Rare.
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 158 - September 28th, 2009
No.: 464
30,000 $
169 Denarius, Lugdunum circa 15-13 BC, AR 3.83 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Bare head l. Rev. Bull butting l.; in exergue, IMP X
C 141. BMC 458. RIC 169.
Near extremely fine
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 104 - September 27th, 2005
No.: 431
450 $
170 Aureus, Lugdunum 15-13 BC, 7.93 g. 
AVGVSTVS - DIVI·F Bare head r. Rev. IMP - X Apollo Citharoedus wearing long drapery, standing l., holding plectrum in r. hand and lyre in l.; in exergue, ACT. 
Bahrfeldt 204. RIC 170. BMC 459. C 143. CBN 1394. Vagi 263. Calicó 215.
Large abrasion in reverse field at ten o'clock, otherwise extremely fine
Ex Stack's sale 3.12.96, The Michael F. Price Collection, 321.
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 24 - 5 December 2002
No.: 15
7,500 chf
170 var Aureus, Lugdunum 15-13 BC, 7.79 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI·F Bare head l. Rev. IMP – ·X Apollo Citharoedus standing l., holding plectrum and lyre; in exergue, ACT
Bahrfeldt 204 var. (head r.). C 143 var. (head r.). BMC 459 var. (head r.). RIC 170 var. (head r.). CBN 1394 var. (head r.). Calicó 216 (this coin). Biaggi 114 (this coin).
An apparently unique variety. Minor marks, otherwise very fine / about very fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 49 - 21 October 2008
No.: 131
9,000 chf
171a Denarius, Lugdunum 11-10 BC, AR 3.84 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI·F Bare head r. Rev. IMP – X Apollo Citharoedus standing l., holding plectrum and lyre; in exergue, ACT
C 144. BMC 461. RIC 171a. CBN 1396.
Extremely fine
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung Auction 151 - 9 October 2006
No.: 390
3,000 $
171b AR Denarius (3.85 g, 6h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 15 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, bare head left / IMP • X across field, ACT • in exergue, Apollo Citharoedus of Actium, wearing long drapery, standing facing, head left, holding plectrum in right hand and lyre in left. 
RIC I 171b; Lyon 26; RSC 144 var. (head right); BMCRE -; BMCRR -; BN 1399-1401 var. (same). 
VF, toned, hairline flan crack. Very rare with head left and pellet after ACT.
Giard records only one example in Lyon. Not even the Bibliothèque Nationale has an example of this issue with head left.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008
No.: 841
2,200 $
172 Aureus, Lugdunum circa 15-13 BC, AV 7.80 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI·F Bare head r. Rev. IMP – X Diana, in short hunting tunic, standing half-l., head r., holding spear and bow; dog standing l. at her feet. In exergue, SICIL
C 145. Bahrfeldt 217. BMC –. CBN 1392. Calicò 217 (this coin). RIC 172.
Rare. Extremely fine / about extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 27 - May 12th, 2004 
No.: 297
11,000 chf
173a AR Denarius (3.83 gm). Lugdunum, 15-13 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F, bare head right / IMP X in field, SICIL in exergue, Diana standing left, head right, holding spear and bow, at her feet a hound standing left. 
BMCRE 463. CBN 1392. Cohen 146 (6 Fr.). RIC 173a. 
Mint state.
Gemini, LLC Auction II - January 11th, 2006 
No.: 304
2,400 $
173b AR Denarius (3.54 gm). Lugdunum, 15-13 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F, bare head left / IMP X in field, SICIL in exergue, Diana standing left, head right, holding spear and bow, at her feet a hound standing left. 
BMCRE 464. CBN -. RIC 173b. 
Very fine.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999
No.: 99
400 $
176a Aureus, Lugdunum, 11-10 BC. 7,92g.
DIVI·F AVGVSTVS. Portrait head, bare-headed, r.; dotted border. Rv: Bull butting r.; in exergue, IMP·XII; dotted border. 
RIC I² 176a; BMCRE 468; BN 1407; Hunter 204; Mazzini Coll. 153; Calicó 220 (all from different dies); C. 152. 
Rare. About extremely fine.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 145 - 5 January 2009
No.: 48
5,800 $
177 Aureus, Lugdunum, 11-10 BC. 7,94g.
DIVI·F AVGVSTVS. Portrait head, bare-headed, r.; dotted border. Rv: Bull butting l.; in exergue, IMP·XII; dotted border. 
RIC I² 177. 
Rare. About extremely fine.
Auktionshaus H. D. Rauch GmbH Auction 79 - 17 November 2006
No.: 2297
15,000 $
178a AR Denarius, Lugdunum, 11-10 BC. 3,75g.
DIVI·F AVGVSTVS. Portrait head, bare-headed, r.; dotted border. Rev: Bull butting l.; in exergue, IMP·XII; dotted border. 
BMC 476; Coh. 158; RIC² 178 a. 
Rare. About extremely fine.
Fritz Rudolf Künker Münzenhandlung Auction 124 - March 16th, 2007 
No.: 8653 
500 $
178b X      
180 AR Denarius (3.70 g, 2h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 11 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, bare head right. Rev. IMP XII across field, ACT in exergue, Apollo Citharoedus of Actium, wearing long drapery, standing facing, head left, holding plectrum in right hand and lyre in left. 
RIC I 180; Lyon 37; RSC 165; BMCRE 478-9 = BMCRR Gaul 194-5; BN 1418-9. 
VF, lightly toned.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008
No.: 844
700 $
182 AR Denarius (3.84 g). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 11 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F, Bare head right. Rev. IMP - XII / SICIL, Diana standing facing, head right, holding spear and bow; at her feet to left, dog standing left. 
RIC I 182; Lyon 35; RSC 168. 
Good VF, toned.
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung Auction 152 - October 10th, 2006 
No.: 1983
1,250 $
183 AR Denarius (3.69 g, 2h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 11 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F, Bare head right. Rev. IMP - XII / SICILI, Diana standing facing, head right, holding spear and bow; at her feet to left, dog standing left. 
RIC I 183; BMC 487. 
Good VF, toned.
British Museum  
185 AV Quinarius (3.86 g, 6h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, laureate head right. Rev. TR.POT.XIII Victory, draped, seated right on globe, her hands on her lap. 
RIC I 185, BMC 467. 
Good VF.
British Museum  
186a AV Aureus (7.81 g, 6h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, laureate head right. Rev. IMP • XII in exergue, bull butting right, lashing his tail. 
RIC I 186a; Lyon 51; Calicó 222; BMCRE 471 = BMCRR Gaul 184; BN 1431-2. 
Near EF, lovely toning, tiny contact mark from eyebrow to hair on obverse, minor scrape on reverse from border to edge, an area of smoothing on edge. Exceptionally artistic portrait.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008
No.: 845
20,000 $
187a AR Denarius, Lugdunum circa 11-10 BC, AR 3.81 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Laureate head r. Rev. Bull butting r.; in exergue, IMP XII
FFC 120. C 155. BMC 474. CBN 1433. RIC 187a.
A superb portrait. Lightly toned and extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 29 - 11 May 2005
No.: 448
3,400 chf
187b AR Denarius, Lugdunum circa 11-10 BC, AR 3.70 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Laureate head l. Rev. Bull butting r.; in exergue, IMP XII
C 157. BMC -. CBN -. RIC 187b.
Very fine.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999
No.: 102
600 $
188a AV Aureus, Lugdunum circa 11-10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Bare head r. Rev. Bull butting l.; in exergue, IMP XII
  4,000 $
190a AV Aureus (19mm, 7.81 g, 5h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, laureate head right. Rev. IMP XII across field, ACT in exergue, Apollo Citharoedus of Actium, wearing long drapery, standing facing, head left, holding plectrum in right hand and lyre in left. 
RIC I 190a; Lyon 47; Calicó 227; BMCRE -; BMCRR Gaul -; BN 1429. 
VF, minor marks in field, scrape on and near edge, slight wave to flan. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Triton XI - 8 January 2008
No.: 847
5,250 $
191 AR Denarius (3.54 g, 6h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, laureate head left. Rev. IMP XII across field, ACT in exergue, Apollo Citharoedus of Actium, wearing long drapery, standing facing, head left, holding plectrum in right hand and lyre in left. 
RIC I 191, BMC 480.
British Museum  
192a AV Aureus, Lugdunum 11-10 BC, AV 7.85 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Laureate head r. Rev. IMP – XII Apollo Citharedus, in long drapery, standing r., holding plectrum in extended r. hand and lyre in l.; in exergue, ACT
RIC 192a (omits ACT). BMC 481. C 162. CBN 1443. Bahrfeldt 215. Calicó 229.
Very rare. Well-struck in high relief and with an insignificant mark on reverse field, otherwise extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 38 - 21 March 2007
No.: 6
30,000 chf
193a AR Denarius (3.82 g). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, laureate head right. Rev. IMP • XII across field, ACT in exergue, Apollo Citharoedus of Actium, wearing long drapery, standing right, holding lyre in left hand and plectrum in right. 
RIC I 193a; Lyon 60; RSC 163; BMCRE 484 = BMCRR Gaul 200; BN 1445-9. 
EF, toned.
Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung Auction 151 - 9 October 2006
No.: 391
2,000 $
193b AR Denarius (3.82 g). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, laureate head left. Rev. IMP • XII across field, ACT in exergue, Apollo Citharoedus of Actium, wearing long drapery, standing right, holding lyre in left hand and plectrum in right. 
RIC 193 (b) corr. C. -. BMC 486. CBN -.  
VF, toned.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999
No.: 104
400 $
194a AV Aureus (7.91 g, 7h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Struck 10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F, laureate head right. Rev. IMP • XII Diana Venatrix standing facing, head right, holding spear and bow set on ground, hound to left at her feet; SICIL in exergue. 
RIC 194 a. BMC 488.  
EF.
British Museum  
195 AR Denarius (19mm, 3.55 g, 1h). Lugdunum (Lyon) mint. Circa 11-10 BC. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI • F Bare head right. Rev. IMP • XII Diana Venatrix standing facing, head right, holding spear and bow set on ground, hound to left at her feet; SICIL in exergue. 
RIC I 195; BMCRE 487; RSC 168.
Good VF, light tone.
Classical Numismatic Group Electronic auction 128  
No.: 282
500 $
196 Aureus, Lugdunum circa 11-10 BC, AV 7.90 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI·F Laureate head r. Rev. IMP – XII Diana, wearing polos and long drapery, advancing r., holding bow and taking arrow from quiver. In exergue, SICIL
C 171. Bhrfeldt 217.1 (this coin). BMC 489. CBN 1437. Calicò 234. RIC 196.
Rare. Struck on an exceptionally broad flan and with a very appealing portrait of Augustus, Minor marks and about extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 27 - May 12th, 2004 
No.: 299
12,000 chf
197a AR Denarius 10, Lugdunum. 3,83 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Laureate head to r. Rev. Diana advancing to r., wearing long hunting tunic and polos on head, drawing bow from quiver in back with r. hand and holding bow with l. hand. IMP – XII to sides. SICIL in exergue. 
RIC 197a. BMC 490. C. 172. 
Fine toning. Almost extremely fine.
UBS Gold & Numismatics  Auction 78 - 9 September 2008 
No.: 1360
1,600 chf
198 Aureus, Lugdunum 8 BC, 7.95 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI F Laureate head r. Rev. C CAES Caesar galloping r., holding a sword in r. hand and shield in l.; behind, aquila between two standards; in exergue, AVGVST
RIC 198. BMC 498. C 39. CBN 1459. Bahrfeldt 233. Calicó 174a (this coin).
Very rare. A very appealing portrait, about extremely fine
Ex Lanz sale 109, 2002, 284.
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 34 - 24 November 2006
No.: 7
27,000 chf
199 AR Denarius, Lugdunum circa 9-8 BC, AR 3.79 g. 
AVGVSTVS – DIVI·F Laureate head of Augustus r. Rev. C·CAES C. Caesar on horse r, holding reins, sword and shield; behind, eagle between two standards. In exergue, AVGVS·F
RIC 199. BMC 500. C 40. CBN 1460.
Very rare. Pleasantly toned and about extremely fine
Ex Sternberg sale 1, 1973, 43.
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 25 - June 25th, 2003
No.: 348
3000 chf

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