Ancient Roman Coins of Marc Antony for Sale

Most of the coins offered here were struck by Marc Antony, some say with Cleopatra's silver, to fund his fleet against Octavian at the decisive Battle of Actium on September 2, 31 BC, where he and Cleopatra were defeated. Octavian later became Augustus, the first Emperor of Rome. These coins depict Antony's legionary galley (ship) with the inscription ANT AVG III VIR R P C. The reverse depicts an aquila with eagle between two legionary standards, and the legion number below. I have always found this issue to be special because the little heads in the galley on the coin represented the actual historical men who literally held this coin.




Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. Legion II. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / LEG II, aquila and two legionary standards. 16 mm, 3.46 g. ref: RSC 27, Cr544/14, Syd 1216, Sear'88 #414. #CR2075: $299


Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / Legion number (worn away), aquila and two legionary standards. 17 mm, 2.75 g. ref: Syd 1237v, RSC 0049, No.7215v. #CR2079: $99


Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / Legion number (worn away), aquila and two legionary standards. 18 mm, 3.25 g. ref: Syd 1237v, RSC 0049, No.7215v. #CR2074: $199


Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. Legion IV. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / LEG IV, aquila and two legionary standards. 17 mm, 3.45 g. ref: RSC 30, Crawford 544/17; Syd 1219. Much nicer than photo allows. #CR2076: $150


Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / Legion number (worn away), aquila and two legionary standards. 17 mm, 3.32 g. ref: Syd 1237v, RSC 0049, No.7215v. #CR2078: $199 SOLD


Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / Legion number (worn away), aquila and two legionary standards. 19x17 mm, 2.97 g. ref: Syd 1237v, RSC 0049, No.7215v. #CR2080: $125


Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / Legion number (worn away), aquila and two legionary standards. 17 mm, 3.01 g. Nice ship. heavily circulated in ancient times! #CR2086: $125


Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. Legion X. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / LEG X, aquila and two legionary standards. 17 mm, 3.26 g. ref: RSC 38, Syd 1228. #CR2073: $199


Ancient Rome. Marc Antony. Silver denarius struck for his 12th Legion at the Battle of Actium in 32 BC, where he and Cleopatra were defeated by Octavian (later to be known as Augustus, first Emperor of Rome). Depicts his Legionary galley full of oarsmen right / Eagle between two military standards, legion number XII below. Set in custom silver bezel. 20 mm dia. Nice detail. #JN2057: $250 SOLD - ALTERNATE AVAILABLE!


Ancient Rome. Marc Antony. Silver denarius struck at the Battle of Actium in 32 BC, where he and Cleopatra were defeated by Octavian (later to be known as Augustus, first Emperor of Rome). Depicts his Legionary galley full of oarsmen right / Eagle between two military standards, legion number (worn away) below. Set in custom silver bezel.19 mm dia. Crisp detail on galley. #JN2048: $299 SOLD

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Octavian, silver denarius, struck 30-29 BC to commemorate the defeat of Marc Antony and Cleopatra at the battle of Actium! Struck just as his transition from Octavian to Augustus. Bare head of Octavian right / Octavian in quadriga facing on triumphal arch for Victory at Actium inscribed IMP CAESAR. ref: RSC 123, RIC 267, sear5 #1558. 20 mm, 3.57 g. Fantastic piece! GV0697x2: $750 SOLD

Cleopatra and Marc Antony! Silver tetradrachm struck 36 BC. Antioch, Syria. Diademed bust of Cleopatra rt., BACILICCA KLEOPATRA THEA NEWTERA / Bust of Antony rt., ANTWNIOC AVTOKPATWP TPITON TPIWN ANDRWN. Big 27.5 mm, 12.82 g. Rare! ref: RPC I 4094, BMC 56, Prieur 27. #CR2102x2: $950 SOLD

Mark Antony. Silver Legionary Denarius. Legion IX. 32-31 BC. ANT AVG III VIR R P C, praetorian galley right / LEG IX, aquila and two legionary standards. 17 mm, 3.05 g. ref: RSC 37, Cr544/23; Syd 1227. Nicer than photo allows. #CR2077: $125 SOLD



Ancient Rome. Marc Antony. Silver denarius struck at the Battle of Actium in 32 BC. Levion VI. Depicts his Legionary galley full of oarsmen right, ANT AVG III VIR R P C / Eagle between two military standards, LEG VI (6th Legion) below. Set in custom silver bezel. A very nice example! 17 mm dia. #JN2004: $350 SOLD

Marc Antony, 30 BC. Silver denarius minted at the Battle of Actium, where he and queen Cleopatra of Egypt were defeated by Octavian who then became Augustus, first Emperor of Rome. Legionary galley / eagle between two standards, Legion number below (worn with use centuries ago). 18 mm, 2.66 g. Struck by Antony, some say with Cleopatra's silver, to fund his fleet against Octavian at the decisive Battle of Actium, where he was defeated. Octavian later became Augustus, the first Emperor of Rome. A budget example! #0897: $75
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