Licinia Eudoxia, daughter of Theodosius II and wife of Valentinian III. Solidus, Ravenna after 6th August 439, AV 4.43 g. LICINIA EVD – OXIA P F AVG Draped bust facing, wearing pearl necklace and a radiate crown. Rev. SALVS RE – I PVBLICAE Empress, nimbate, enthroned facing, holding cross on globe in r. hand and long cruciform sceptre in l.; in field, R – V. In exergue, COMOB. C 1. RIC 2023. Biaggi 2356 (this coin). LRC 870. Lacam vol. I, pl. V (this coin). Depeyrot 16/2.
Numerian (283-284). Aureus, 4.92 g, 284. IMP NVMERIANVS P F AVG. Laureate and cuirassed bust r., with drapery on far shoulder. / SA – LV – S AVGG. Salus seated l., feeding serpent emerging from altar. C 86. RIC 404. Mazzini 86 (this coin). Calicó 4315 (these dies). Ex NFA XXII, 1989, 112 and Sotheby’s Zurich 26 October 1993, 121 sales. Very rare. A bold portrait struck on a very broad flan, minor marks, otherwise virtually as struck and almost FDC. $83.736.
P. Clodius, M.f. Turrinus. Aureus, 8.19 g, 42 BC. Radiate head of Sol right; behind, quiver. / Crescent, surrounded by five stars. Below, P. CLODIVS. In exergual line, ۰M۰F۰. Babelon Clodia 16. Bahrfeldt 31. Sydenham 1114a. Sear Imperators 181a. Crawford 494/20a. Calicò 9. Very rare and in exceptionally good condition for the issue, undoubtedly among the finest specimens known. Struck on a very broad flan and perfectly centred. Extremely fine / Good extremely fine.