Even though there is a wide range of quality and rarity I'm choosing to just post them chronologically as I value them all just as much. The lists starts of with some beautiful Roma / Dioscuri types, and ends with a mix of AR and Æ types issued by Mark Antony. I hope you enjoy them, happy holidays! Anonymous. Ca 209 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 4.36 g). Uncertain Apulian mint. Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma right; X (mark of value) behind. Reverse: The Dioscuri, each holding spear, on horseback right; two stars above; ROMA in exergue. Reference: Crawford 53/2 (Brinkman Group 5) Provenance: Ex Ahlström auktion 66 (9 November 2002), lot 1173. Sibling to the "Spearhead series", RRC 88/2. Anonymous. Anchor (first) series. 209-208 BC. AR Denarius (18.5mm, 4.44 g). Rome mint. Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma right; behind, X (mark of value) behind. Reverse: The Dioscuri galloping right; below, anchor; in exergue, ROMA in partial tablet. Reference: Crawford 50/2. Anonymous. 208 BC. AR Denarius (19mm 4.46 g). Mint in southeast Italy. Obverse: Helmeted head of Roma right; X (mark of value) to left. Reverse: The Dioscuri, each holding spear, on horseback right; two stars above; club below horses; ROMA in exergue. Reference: Crawford 89/2. Provenance: Numismatica Ars Classica - Auction 120 (7 October 2020), lot 492. Mark Antony. April-May 44 BC. AR Denarius (19.5mm, 3.87 g, 8h). Rome mint; P. Sepullius Macer, moneyer. Obverse: Veiled head right, wearing beard; capis to left, lituus to right. Reverse: Desultor (horseman who leaps from one horse to another), wearing conical cap and holding whip, right on horseback, second horse behind; palm frond and wreath to left; P SEPVLLIVS above, MACER below. Reference: Crawford 480/22. Provenance: From the John L. Cowan Collection. Ex Cederlind BBS 154 (31 March 2010), lot 213, ex Gorny & Mosch auction 180 (12 October 2009), lot 322, ex Numismatica Ars Classica auction 41 (20 November 2007), lot 17. Mark Antony and Octavia. AR Cistophoric Tetradrachm (12.40g, 27mm, 12h). Minted in Ephesus, Ionia, 39 BC. Obverse: M•ANTONIVS•IMP•COS•DESIG•ITER•ET•TERT - Head of Antony right, wearing ivy wreath, lituus below; all within wreath of ivy and flowers. Reverse: III•VIR• R•P•C - head of Octavia atop cista mystica, between twisting snakes. Reference: RPC 2201. Mark Antony and Octavia. Æ As (6.69g, 22mm, 11h) of Uncertain Mint, Achaea. Fleet Coinage, heavy series. Circa 38-37 BC. M. Oppius Capito, propraetor and praefectus classis. Obverse: M ANT IMP TERT COS DESIG ITER ET III VIR RPC - Jugate busts of Mark Antony and Octavia right. Reverse: M OPPIVS CAPITO PRO PR PRAEF CLASS F C - Galley right; A below. Reference: RPC I 1465. Mark Antony, struck by L. Bibulus M.f., Praetor designatus ca 38-37 BC. Æ Semis (19mm, 4.92g). Uncertain mint in Syria or Cyprus(?). Obverse: M•ANT•TER•COS•DES• ITER•ET•TER•III•VIR•R•P•C - Bare head of Antony right. Reverse: L•BIBVLVS•M•F•PR•DESIG - Quinquereme right, with three oars and stern ending in boar's head left. Reference: RPC I 4092. Mark Antony. Æ (20mm 9.09 g). Dated CY 223 (37/6 BC). Minted at Marathus, Phoenicia. Obverse: Bare head of Antony right. Reverse: Bull reclining left on ground line; ϹΚΓ Μ (below), ΙΑΝ and kof (above). Reference: RPC I 4494. Mark Antony. 37-31 BC. Æ (24mm, 8.77 g, 3h). Minted at Balanea, Seleucia and Pieria Obverse: Bare head right. Reverse: BAΛANEΩTΩN AP CY - Uncertain deity driving quadriga left. Reference: RPC I 4456. Mark Antony. Summer 32 BC. AR Denarius (20mm, 3.83 g, 5h). Athens mint. Obverse: Bare head right; small P (signature) in hair below ear; ANTON • AVG IMP III COS DES III • III V R P C around. Reverse: ANTONIVS/AVG • IMP • III in two lines. Reference: Crawford 542/2.