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Note: The "RIC II" volume referred to is the old 1926 volume. Anonymous quadrans are not listed in the new RIC II of the Flavians. The "Cohen VIII" volume refers to the 2nd edition of Cohen VIII, pages 268-273.
The following list is split into silver and bronze sections.
SILVER
Bendall 1Anonymous. AR Third-Siliqua, Constantinople. 1.11 g. No legend, helmeted and draped bust of Constantinopolis left / Large K. Bendall, RN 2002, 1 (this coin cited).TextImage
Bendall 1 varAnonymous, AR Third-Siliqua 1.20 g), ca. AD 330. Constantinople mint. Helmeted and draped bust of Constantinopolis right, good style / Large K. Bendall 1 var (bust left listed).Text
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Bendall 2Anonymous AR Third-Siliqua, Constantinopolis, AD 330. 1.11 g. Helmeted and draped bust of Roma right / Large P within dotted border. Bendall 2; BMC B7550; Paris E1330 and D6357; Trau 3982; Sear 17529; Vagi 3039.TextImage
Bendall (2003) 3Anonymous Third-siliqua, Aquileia, AD 375-92, poss. struck under Theodosius I. Helmeted, draped bust of Roma right / XV within wreath. Mintmark AQ. RIC IX, -; Bendall (2003) 3; Bland 3. (Not in RIC with this mintmark.).TextImage
Bendall 3Anonymous AR Third Siliqua, AD 330. Helmeted, draped bust of Roma left, seen from front / large P, border of dots. Bendall 3. TextImage
Bendall 4Anonymous Third Siliqua, Time of Constantine. 330 AD. 12 mm, 1.04 g. Constantinople. Pearl-diademed, draped bust right, with diadem ties / Large K within beaded border. Bendall 4; Mazzini 287; Goebl pl. 10, 144.TextImage
Bendall 5aAnonymous Third Siliqua, Time of Constantine. 330 AD. Constantinople. Pearl-diademed, draped bust right, with no diadem ties / Large K within beaded border. Bendall 5a; Mazzini 287; Goebl pl. 10, 144.TextImage
Bendall 6Anonymous Half-Siliqua, Time of Constantine. AD 330. 15 mm, 1.01 g. Constantinople. Eight-rayed star / Dot within wreath. Bendall 6.TextImage
Bendall 8bAnonymous AR Third-Siliqua. AD 530-600. Constantinople. 12.5mm, 0.32 g. No legend, helmeted and draped bust of Constantinopolis right, crude workmanship / Large K. Bendall 8b; Vagi 3051; Kent 28.Text
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Bendall 9Anonymous, Rome. AD 536-537. Third-Siliqua, 1.08 g. Helmeted and draped bust of Roma right / Large R. Bendall 9; Goebl 146; Vagi 3040; Kent 30.TextImage
Bendall 12Anonymous AR Third-Siliqua, AD 580-600. 15 mm, 0.67 g. Helmeted, draped, and cuirassed bust of Constantinopolis right / Large TX monogram. Bendall 12; BMC 1981-1-28-1.TextImage
CNG 278, 424Anonymous AR Third Siliqua, 15mm, 0.97 g, circa AD 530. Draped and bearded bust right / Large K. Unpublished. CNG 278, 424.TextImage
RIC IX 109Anonymous Half-siliqua, 14mm, 1.08g, Trier, AD 375-92, poss. struck under Theodosius I. Helmeted, draped bust of Roma left / Large X within wreath. Mintmark TR. RIC IX 109, Bendall (2003), 1; Bland 1a.TextImage
RIC IX 110Anonymous Half-siliqua, Trier, AD 375-92, poss. struck under Theodosius I. Helmeted, draped bust of Roma left / XV within wreath. Mintmark TR. RIC IX, 110; Bendall 2.TextImage
Sincona 37, 264Anonymous AR half Siliqua, 1.03 g, circa AD 530 (or later). Constantinople?. Helmeted, draped and cuirassed male bust right / Chi-rho. Apparently unpublished. Sincona 37, Lot 264.TextImage
Vierordt L2818 Time of Constantine I. Circa 330 AD. AR Half-Siliqua (1.30 gm). Star of eight rays / Laurel wreath. TextImage
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BRONZE
Alfoeldi 127Anonymous AE13. ca AD 305-310. Festival of Isis issue. 1.05 g. VOTA PVBLICA, draped bust of Serapis right, wearing kalathos / VOTA PVBLICA, Anubis standing left, holding caduceus and sistrum. Alföldi 127.TextImage
Bendall (Anon) DAnonymous AE issue, AD 330-354. 16.5 mm, 1.14 g. Eight-rayed star / O C-S C in three lines within wreath. Bendall, Anonymous, Type D; Bendall fig 4 in NumCirc CXVI.4 (August 2008).TextImage
Bendall (1986) 3Anonymous AE issue under Constantine I. AD 307-337. 16mm, 1.29 g. Constantinople (?). Eight-pointed star / Empty wreath. Bendall 3 in NFA Journal 32 (1986).TextImage
CNG 132, 197AE quadrans, 19mm, anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Ant. Pius. AD 96-150. 3.61 g. Bearded head of Hercules left, lionskin tied beneath neck / S-C, club. Not in RIC, Cohen, etc. CNG 132, 197.TextImage
Cohen VIII 1 Anonymous AE Quadrans or Tessera. Rome mint, 1st Century AD. Two horseshoes surrounded by a torque with lion's head and ram's head termini, crossed shields & wreath ties at its midpoint / IO - IO TRIVMP, upright laurel branch. TextImage
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Cohen VIII 2[drusilla] Anonymous AE Tessera. Laureate head of Apollo right / XIIII. Time of Tiberius. Circa 22-37 AD. Buttrey, Table B, (unlisted obv. type); Cohen, vol. VIII, p. 262, 2 (Drusilla). TextImage
Cohen VIII 4Anonymous Issue, time of Maximinus II, Isis Festival Issue, early 4th c. AD. Alexandria. 1.83 g. DEO SANCTO SARAPIDI, bust of Serapis right, wearing modius / DEO SANCTO NILO, Nile reclining left, holding reed, hippopotamus to right. B in left field, mintmark ALE below. Alföldi Pl. IV, 35. Cohen VIII, 4 (Julian II.)TextImage
Cohen VIII 31v Anonymous Four Seasons AE Quadrans. Rome mint. Head of Spring right, in neck-band of flowers / S C within wreath of flowers. TextImage
Cohen VIII 55AE quadrans or tessera, 17.5mm, anonymous issue, ca AD 96-161. 2.73 g. Modius containing three stalks of grain / two-handled vase. Cohen VIII 55.TextImage
Cohen VIII 56 Anonymous AE Quadrans or Tessera. Galley right with rudder at stern, no occupants or sail / large D. TextImage
Cohen VIII 57 Anonymous AE Quadrans or Tessera. Galley right, with rudder / large T. TextImage
Cohen VIII 58 Anonymous AE Quadrans or Tessera. Galley left with rudder at stern, four oars over side, and sail tended by two crewmen / dolphin right, tail raised in S-shaped double curve. TextImage
Gobl 101 AE Tessera. Time of Domitian. Circa 81-96 AD. Two horse shoes within serpent-headed torque / TRI-VMP, IO-IO across field, olive-branch. TextImage
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Gobl 102v Anonymous. Circa 1st - 2nd Century AD. AE Tessera (17mm, 1.79 gm). TR monogram / Large G. TextImage
Gobl 104Anonymous AE Tessera, period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius. 18mm, 3.24 gr. No legend, Sceptre surmounted by bearded male head (Aelius?) left / APPF within wreath, border of dots. Goebl, Antike Numismatik, plate IX, 104; Cohen VIII, p. 272, 53.TextImage
Gobl 104 cfAnonymous, AE Tessera, ca. 1st-2nd century AD. 16mm. No legend, long torch or eagle-tipped sceptre within border of dots / APPF within wreath, border of dots. Cf. Goebl, Antike Numismatik, plate IX, 104.TextImage
Hannover 38AE quadrans, 14mm, anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Ant. Pius, AD 81-161. 2.32 g. No legend, galley with oars and billowing sail, sailing left / No legend, dolphin swimming right. Mlasowsky, Hannover 38; Cohen VIII, p. 272, 58 var (galley right with two crewmen); RIC -.TextImage
Mabbott 5299Hadrianic period(?). Ca. A.D. 117-138. AE tessera, 4.38 g. Draped bust of Hadrian(?) right / Elephant right, trampling serpent, SC in ex. Mabbott collection 5299. TextImage
RIC II, 1AE quadrans, 17mm, anonymous issue, Time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius. ca AD 81-180. 3.30 g. Laureate head of Jupiter right / S-C to left and right of eagle standing left on thunderbolt, head right, wreath in beak. RIC 1; Cohen 14.TextImage
RIC II 3Anonymous AE Quadrans, AD 81-161. 17.5mm, 1.61 g. Diademed head of Jupiter right / S-C to left and right of eagle standing left, head right with wreath in its beak. RIC 3; Cohen 14.TextImage
RIC II 4 (1)Anonymous AE Quadrans, AD 81-161. 17.5mm, 1.61 g. Diademed head of Jupiter right / S-C to left and right of eagle standing right on thunderbolt, head left. RIC 4, Cohen 14.TextImage
RIC II, 4 (2)AE quadrans, 17mm, anonymous issue, Time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius. ca AD 81-180. 3.02 g. Diademed head of Jupiter right / S-C to left and right of eagle standing right on thunderbolt, head left. RIC 4; Cohen 16.TextImage
RIC II 5cf Anonymous AE Quadrans. Time of Domitian to Marcus Aurelius, ca 81-180 AD. Diademed bust of Jupiter right, slight drapery on left shoulder, sceptre behind / S-C, Eagle standing facing on thunderbolt, head left. Cohen 16cf. TextImage
RIC II 7
sear5 #2918
Anonymous AE Quadrans. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, c81-161 AD. Helmeted & draped bust of Minerva right / S-C in fields, owl standing half right, head facing. Cohen 7.(4 examples)
RIC II 8 Anonymous AE Quadrans. Time of Domitian to Antoninus Pius. Helmeted, cuirassed bust of Minerva right / owl standing half left, head facing, SC across fields or in exergue. Text
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RIC II 9
sear5 #2919
Anonymous AE Quadrans. Rome mint, time of Domitian to Antoninus Pius. Helmeted bust of Minerva right, in aegis with snakes on chest / S C, olive tree. Cohen 4. (One example)
RIC II, 12AE quadrans, 15mm, anonymous issue, struck under Domitian. 2.20 g. No legend, helmeted head of Roma right / S-C to left and right of Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopiae. RIC II, 12; Cohen 24 var.TextImage
RIC II 15AE quadrans, 15mm, anonymous issue, time of Hadrian to Ant. Pius. AD 120-150. 2.45 g. Draped bust of Neptune left, trident over shoulder / SC beneath dolphin swimming right. RIC II, 15; Cohen 15.TextImage
RIC II 16AE quadrans, 18mm, anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Ant. Pius. AD 96-150. 3.11 g. Bearded head of Neptune (?) right / Dolphin swimming clockwise around an anchor. RIC II 16; Cohen 21.TextImage
RIC II 17
sear5 #2921
Anonymous AE Quadrans. ca 81-161 AD. Bearded head of Tiber right, crowned with reed / she-wolf standing right, suckling the twins, SC in ex. Cohen 22.(One example)
RIC II 19
sear5 #2922
Anonymous AE Quadrans. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, c81-161 AD. Helmeted & cuirassed bust of Mars right / S-C, cuirass. Cohen 26.(7 examples)
RIC II 21 Anonymous AE Quadrans. Time of Domitian. Helmeted bust of Mars right / S-C, trophy of arms and armor. Cohen 32. TextImage
RIC II 24
sear5 #2924
Anonymous AE Quadrans. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, ca 81-161 AD. Diademed and draped bust of Venus right / Dove standing right, SC in exergue.(4 examples)
RIC II 25 Anonymous AE Quadrans. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, ca 81-161 AD. Diademed and draped bust of Venus right / S-C, dove standing left. Cohen 12. TextImage
RIC II 26AE quadrans, 17mm, anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Ant. Pius, AD 81-161. 2.94 g. Laureate and draped bust of Apollo right / S-C, tripod. RIC II (1st ed.) 26; Cohen 40-41.TextImage
RIC II 27
sear5 #2926
Anonymous. Period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius. AE Quadrans (2.19 gm). Griffin sitting right, touching wheel with front paw / S-C, Tripod. RIC II 27; Cohen 39. (One example)
RIC II 27
sear5 #2926
Anonymous. Domitian to Antoninus Pius. AE Quadrans. Griffin sitting right, touching left front paw on wheel / S-C to left and right of tripod. RIC II 27; Cohen 39. TextImage
RIC II 28 Anonymous AE Quadrans. Rome mint. Winged griffin sitting left, placing right forepaw on wheel / S-C, tripod. Cohen 38. TextImage
RIC II 29 Anonymous, Time of the Antonines, AE quadrans. Draped bust of Venus right / S-C, Dove standing right. TextImage
RIC II 30AE quadrans, 16mm, anonymous issue, time of Domitian to Ant. Pius, AD 81-161. 2.86 g. Draped bust of Mercury left, wearing winged petasos; caduceus over shoulder / S-C, rooster standing right. RIC 30.TextImage
RIC II 31
sear5 #2927
Anonymous AE Quadrans, Bust of Mercury right (with resemblance to Hadrian) / S C, winged caduceus. (One example)
RIC II 32
sear5 #2928
Anonymous (period of Domitian to Antoninus Pius) AE Quadrans. Winged petasus / S-C, winged caduceus. Cohen 36. (3 examples)
RIC II 34
sear5 #2929
Anonymous AE Quadrans. Head of Bacchus right, crowned with vine-leaves with grape clusters over neck / SC within wreath of vine-leaves and grapes. Cohen 31. (Example)
RIC II 34 Anonymous AE Quadrans. Head of Bacchus right, crowned with vine-leaves with grape clusters over neck / SC within wreath of vine-leaves and grapes. Cohen 31. TextImage
RIC II 35
sear5 #2930
Anonymous AE Semis. Time of Domitian to Hadrian, ca 81-138 AD. Young head right, crowned with wreath of reeds / S dot C in olive or laurel wreath. Cohen 30. (4 examples)
RIC II 123Rome, time of Domitian to Antoninus Pius, 138-161 AD. AE Quadrans. 3.00 gr. 15 mm. IMP DOM AVG, Helmeted head of Minerva right / SC within laurel wreath. RIC II 123; BMC 485; Paris 521.TextImage
RIC II 1014AE Quadrans, 17mm, struck under Hadrian, AD 117-138, coins of the mines. Delmatia. Helmeted bust of Mars right / METAL DELM, cuirass. RIC II 1014; Cohen 1517.TextImage
RIC II 1016AE quadrans, 17mm, anonymous issue, struck under Hadrian, AD 117-138, coins of the mines. Dardania. 3.10 g. ROMA, helmeted and draped bust of Roma right / DARDANICI, female figure standing left, holding corn-ears and raising hem of robe. RIC II (Hadrian) 1016; BMC 1858; Cohen 1514.TextImage
RIC III 1255 Anonymous. Time of Marcus Aurelius. Circa 161-180 AD. AE Quadrans. Mint of Caesarea in Cappadocia. Mine coinage. Laureate and draped female bust right / METAL-AVRELIA-NIS, in three lines. TextImage
RIC III 1255Anonymous AE17. AD 138-180. Time of Ant. Pius to Marcus Aurelius. 2.34 g. Mines issue. Draped female bust right / METAL-AVRELIA-NIS in three lines within wreath. RIC 1255 (Marcus Aurelius); Woytek, Metalla VIII.TextImage
RIC V 2 Anonymous AE 25mm Sestertius (?) of the Interregnum. Circa 268 AD. Radiate head of Genius right, in mural crown / S C within wreath. TextImage
RIC V 3 TIME of GALLIENUS. Circa 268 AD. AE Dupondius? (13.56 gm). GENIVS P R, radiate head of Genius right, in mural crown / INT/VRB above & below S C within wreath. RIC V pt.1, 3 (Interregnum). TextImage
RIC VIII Rome 104Anonymous issue, Rome. AD 348. 14.54 mm. ROMA, helmeted bust of Roma right, wearing imperial mantle / P-R across fields, emperor, helmeted and in military dress, standing left, looking right, holding spear in right hand and resting left hand on shield. RIC VIII Rome 104; Sear (1988) 3896.TextImage
RIC X 3817Carthage, 0,99g. AE11, struck under Bonifacius. 423-425 AD. DOMINORVM NOSTRORV, rosette-diademed, draped, cuirassed bust right / Cross in wreath. RIC X 3817 corr. (this coin illustrated).TextImage
Sabatier 142Anonymous, AE35 Contorniate, late 4th. C. AD. 24.41 g. Bust of Omphale (or Alexander III) left, wearing lionskin headdress, resting club on elevated right arm / Hercules standing right, wrestling centaur Nessus; club to left and tree beneath forepart of bull below. Sabatier 142; Alföldi, Kontorniat Pl. 23, 10 (obv described as Omphale).TextImage
Vagi 3370Anonymous, AE18, Festival of Isis. time of Julian II. Mid 4th century AD. Rome mint. DEO SE RADIPI (sic), radiate and draped bust of Serapis right, modius on head / VOTA P VBLICA, Isis advancing left, holding sistrum in outstretched right hand and situla in left. Cf. RIC VIII 498 (reverse type; Julian II); cf. Alföldi, Festival 204; Vagi 3370.TextImage
Vagi 3371Anonymous AE16, Festival of Isis. Mid 4th century AD. Rome mint. [DEO S]E-RAPIDI, radiate and draped bust of Serapis right, modius on head / VOT[A] PVB[LIC]A, Isis standing left, holding sistrum and reins, in tensa or biga drawn left by two mules. Cf. RIC VIII 500-1 (rev. type; Julian II); Alföldi, Festival 207; Vagi 3371.TextImage
Vagi 3374 Festival of Isis AE14. Circa mid 4th century AD. DEO SAR-APIDI, radiate and draped bust of Sol-Serapis right / VOTA PVBLICA, winged Sphinx walking right. TextImage
Vagi 3399Anonymous, AE18, time of Julian II. Festival of Isis Coinage, AD 337-364. ISIS FARIA, Draped half-bust of Isis left, wearing hem-hem crown and holding sistrum in right hand / VOTA PVBLICA, Serapis standing facing, looking right, right arm raised, holding globe in left hand. Vagi 3399; Cohen 27 (under Helena, wife of Julian II).TextImage
Vagi 3417Anonymous Issue for the Festival of Isis, AE3, 4th Century, Rome, 20mm, 2.51g. DEO SARAPIDI, Jugate, draped busts of Serapis right wearing modius and Isis wearing hem-hem crown / VOTA-PVBLICA, Isis standing facing, head right, sistrum upward in right hand, situla downward in left. RIC VI-IX, --; Vagi 3417.TextImage
Van Heesch 1Anonymous AE follis. Nicomedia. Struck under Maximinus II. AD 310-313. 15.5mm, 1.43g. DEAE SANC CERERI, Veiled and draped bust of Ceres left, holding grain ear and poppy in raised right hand / GEN CIVIT NICOM, Fortuna standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Mintmark OPA. Van Heesch 1.TextImage
Van Heesch 2,AAnonymous AE16. ca AD 310-313. Time of Maximinus II. 1.13 g. Antioch. IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter seated left, holding globe and sceptre / VICTORIA AVGG, Victory walking left, holding wreath and palm branch. A in right field. Mintmark ANT. Van Heesch 2; McAlee 171a; Vagi 2955.TextImage
Van Heesch 2, BAnonymous AE15. ca AD 310-313. Time of Maximinus II. 1.40 g. Antioch. IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter seated left, holding globe and sceptre / VICTORIA AVGG, Victory walking left, holding wreath and palm branch. B in right field. Mintmark ANT. Van Heesch 2; McAlee 171b.TextImage
Van Heesch 2, ΔAnonymous AE15, Antioch. ca AD 312. 1.84 g. IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter seated left, holding globe and sceptre / VICTORIA AVGG, Victory walking left, holding wreath and palm branch. Δ in right field. Mintmark ANT. Van Heesch 2.TextImage
Van Heesch 2, EAnonymous AE16. ca AD 310-313. Time of Maximinus II. 1.53 g. Antioch. IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter seated left, holding globe and sceptre / VICTORIA AVGG, Victory walking left, holding wreath and palm branch. Epsilon in right field. Mintmark ANT. Van Heesch 2; McAlee 171; Vagi 2955.TextImage
Van Heesch 2, IAnonymous AE16. ca AD 310-313. Time of Maximinus II. 1.53 g. Antioch. IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter seated left, holding globe and sceptre / VICTORIA AVGG, Victory walking left, holding wreath and palm branch. I in right field. Mintmark ANT. Van Heesch 2; McAlee 171a; Vagi 2955.TextImage
Van Heesch 2, ZAnonymous AE14. ca AD 310-313. Time of Maximinus II. 1.46 g. Antioch. IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter seated left, holding globe and sceptre / VICTORIA AVGG, Victory walking left, holding wreath and palm branch. Z in right field. Mintmark ANT. Van Heesch 2; McAlee 171h.TextImage
Van Heesch 3, ΓAnonymous AE4, Antioch. ca AD 312. GENIO ANTOCHENI, Genius of Antioch, veiled, seated facing, the rivergod Orontes swimming below / APOLLONI SANCTO, Apollo standing left, holding patera and lyre. Officina letter Γ in right field. Mintmark SMA. Van Heesch 3.TextImage
Van Heesch 3, ZAnonymous AE4, Antioch. ca AD 312. GENIO ANTOCHENI, Genius of Antioch, veiled, seated facing, the rivergod Orontes swimming below / APOLLONI SANCTO, Apollo standing left, holding patera and lyre. Officina letter Z in right field. Mintmark SMA. Van Heesch 3.TextImage
Van Heesch 5Anonymous AE17, Time of Maximinus II. Ca 312 AD. 1.93 g. Antioch. Draped, veiled and turreted bust of Tyche of Antioch right / Apollo standing left, holding patera and lyre. van Heesch 5 in "The Last Civic Coinages.." (NC 1993).TextImage
Woytek Metalla IXAE quadrans, 15mm, anonymous issue, struck under Antoninus Pius, AD 138-161, coins of the mines. 3.48 g. Struck in Caesarea, Cappadocia. No legend, radiate head of Sol right / METAL-AVRELIA-NIS in three lines. Woytek, Metalla IX; RIC 1255 var (obverse); var of Cohen 118 and 121 (ditto).TextImage
Woytek Metalla XIIIAE quadrans, 15mm, anonymous issue, struck under Antoninus Pius, AD 138-161, coins of the mines. Dalmatien. 2.69 g. No legend, draped bust of Artemis right, quiver behind shoulder / METAL DALM, stag standing left. Woytek, Metalla.. p. 62, XIII; RIC -; Cohen -.TextImage

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