First Imperial Bronze

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  1. IMP Shogun

    IMP Shogun Well-Known Member

    Happy Monday!

    Below is a collection of August As. Beginning around 15 B.C. these became the workhouse of the new empire. The reform here is the senate was responsible for the mintage of bronze coins. Hence the big SC!

    I'd love to see your coins of Augustus. My next in this area will likely be a denarius of Augustus with a bull from Lugdunum.

    Let's see 'em!

    1.114 Augustus As Piso.jpg
    Augustus As RIC I 382 26.0mm 11.88g

    1.114 Augustus As Otho.jpg
    Augustus As Otho RIC I 432 26mm 10.57g

    1.101 RIC 436 Augustus As .jpg
    Augustus As Tullus 28.5mm 11.75g

    1 Aug as.jpg
    Augustus As Agrippa RIC I 428 25mm 11.36g

    1.104 Rufus RIC 389.jpg
    Augustus As Rufus RIC I 389 28.0mm 10.40g

    augustus As reverseresized.jpg
     
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  3. Mr.MonkeySwag96

    Mr.MonkeySwag96 Well-Known Member

    My only coin of Augustus also happens to be the denarius you’re looking for.

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    AUGUSTUS 27 BC - AD 14 AR Denarius. 3.51g, 19.3mm MINTED: Lugdunum (Lyon) mint, 15 BC REF: RIC I 167a; Lyon 19; RSC 137 OBVERSE: AVGVSTVS DIVI F, bare head right. REVERSE: Bull butting right, left forefoot raised, lashing his tail; IMP • X in exergue.

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  4. robinjojo

    robinjojo Well-Known Member

    That's a really nice set!

    Augustus and Agrippa, AE As, Nemausus, Gaul, circa 10-14 AD. From Roma E-Sale 82, Lot 870.
    12.02 grams

    D-Camera  Augustus, Agrippa As Nemausus, Gaul. c. AD 10-14. 12.02g Roma 82, 870 6-4-21.jpg
     
  5. Curtis

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    I love all those Moneyer Asses in one photo! Looks really beautiful like that. Also always really cool seeing a bunch of large RIC bronzes with nice surfaces together to see the variety of colors / patinas.

    How about a couple of Divus Augustus? Followed by a Provincial (from Thessaly; that's not his portrait, though, believe it or not it's Athena!).

    These are all photos from CNG:
    Divus Augustus Dupondius Gaius (Caligula).jpg
    Divus Augustus AE Dupondius (30mm, 16.57 g, 6h) struck in Rome under Caligula, ca. 37-41. Ex Archer Huntington (1870-1955), ANS & HSA (Acc. No. 1001.1.22981) Collections (CNG EA 397 [17 May 2017], 469).

    Augustus (Divus under Tiberius) AE Sestertius, Ex ANS Bartlett CNG Ketstone Auction 4.jpg
    Divust Augustus AE Sestertius (35mm, 25.64 g, 7h), struck in Rome under Tiberius, 22-23 CE. Ex Robert Bartlett (1931-2017) Bequest, for benefit of ANS (CNG Keystone Auction 4 [2 Sep 2021], 141).

    Augustus Thessaly Koinon RPC BCD Collection EA 325, 20 (Suppl Thessalian League), EA 496, 276.jpg
    Koinon of Thessaly Æ Assarion (15mm, 3.77 g, 6h), struck under Megalokles, Strategos, temp. Augustus (27 BCE - 14 CE). Ex BCD Coll. (CNG EA 325 [23 April 2014], Lot 20, “Coinage of the Thessalian League from the BCD Collection”).
     
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  6. hotwheelsearl

    hotwheelsearl Well-Known Member

    My very first ancient coin was this Augustus As:
    Augustus RIC 379 (2020_11_18 03_38_31 UTC).JPG

    A few other cool ones.

    COL NEMI croc. Picked up this bad boy for $12.50.
    Augustus Agrippa Dupondius.JPG

    A nice triple head:
    Augustus Rhoemetalkes RPC 1711.JPG

    This really great Augustus/Caesar coin only set me back $12.50 as well.
    Augustus RPC I 1554.JPG
     
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  7. octavius

    octavius Well-Known Member

    Here are several Augustus coins that include his commemorative of Julius Caesar.

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