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Roman Coins 2nd Century

Denarius of Faustina Junior.
Issued during the reign of Marcus Aurelius - her husband.
161 - 175, Rome Mint.
Obverse: Reverse shows CERES seated left holding corn ear and torch. Ceres was God of Farming and agriculture, her symbol an ear of wheat.

Huntley.

Denarius of Hadrian
124, Rome mint.
Obverse: IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG
Laureate head Hadrian facing right
Reverse: P M TR P Cos III
Hadrian standing left in military dress holding rudder on globe and resting on spear

Huntley

Denarius of Commodus.
187, Rome mint.
Obverse: Felicity standing holding caduceus & sceptre.

Newent.

Denarius of Septimus Severus.
196 to 197, Rome mint.
Obverse: Securitas seated holding globe.

Dymock

Denarius of Hadrian.
117 - 138.
Obverse: Libertas seated left with branch & scepter.

Wiltshire

Faustina Junior wife of Marcus Aurelius
157 - 161, Rome mint.

Huntley

Sestertius of Commodus.
184.

Huntley

Antoninus Pius silver Denarius.
Minted 138.

Newent.

Denarius of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus.
180, Rome mint.

Newent

Denarius of Hadrian.
135, Rome mint.
Obverse: HADRIANVS AVG COS III PP
Reverse: VICTORIA AVG

Hartpury

Denarius of Septimus Severus
197, Rome mint.
Reverse: Sol standing left with right hand raised and holding whip in left.

Coberley

Denarius of Septimus Severus
196, Rome mint.
Reverse: Fortuna seated, holding rudder. ornucopiae wheel below seat.

Newent

Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius.
Minted AD180 in Trier.

Minsterworth.

Sestertius of Hadrian.
117 to 138.

Dymock.

   
     
Faustina.
145 to 175.

Newent.

Dupondius of Commodus.
177 to 183.

Nettleton.

Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius.
161 to 180.

Nettleton.

 
       
Hadrian Denarius.
Minted 132 in Rome.

Staunton.

  Denarius of Trajan.
Minted 101.

Newent.

 
   
Denarius of Caracalla.
Minted 201 in Rome. Coin is 40% silver.

Tibberton.