Here are the coins: Rome, The Republic. L Series, 214-212 BCE. AE Triens (24.79g; 30mm). Luceria Mint. Obverse: Helmeted head of Minerva facing right; ●●●● above (mark-of-value=4 unciae); L behind Reverse: Prow right with two mariners on deck and club within deck structure, star symbol on flank of prow and small wing on keel; ROMA above; ●●●● (mark-of-value=4 unciae) below. References: Crawford 43/3a; Sydenham 125; BMCRR (Italy) 5; RBW 152-153. Provenance: Ex A.J. Scammell Collection. Rome, The Republic. Dog Series, 206-195 BCE. AE As (35.91g; 34mm). Rome Mint. Obverse: Laureate head of Janus; I (mark-of-value) above. Reverse: Prow right; dog symbol above; I (mark-of-value) to right; ROMA below. References: Crawford 122/3; Sydenham 251; BMCRR 489-90. Provenance: Ex A.J. Scammell Collection. Rome, The Republic. Q. Marcius Philippus, 126 BCE. AR Denarius (3.92g; 18mm). Rome Mint. Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma, facing right; * behind. Reverse: Armed horseman galloping to right; Macedonian helmet with goat horns behind; Q·PILIPVS below; ROMA in exergue. References: Crawford 259/1; Sydenham 477; BMCRR 1143; Marcia 11. Provenance: Ex A.J. Scammell Collection. If you knew Mr. Scammell as a collector, please share any hints as to where he tended to buy his coins!