Roman Republic - Recent acquisitions - Photo gallery
Image database with photographs of ancient art and antiquitiesOur image database provides photographs of ancient art and antiquities for press releases as well as for private use. All artefacts sold in our gallery are documented through professional photographs. The resulting image library contains numerous ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities as well as ancient coins. The time span from Stone Age, over Bronze Age and Classical Antiquity until Late Antiquity is covered.
The photo gallery aims at providing a vast visual archive equipped with filters and search tools. You are most welcome to search the constantly growing number of artefacts in the image library. We are also happy to authorize hyperlinks from your webpage / forum to the objects depicted in our gallery. For this purpose, please send us a short notification prior to placing a hyperlink. For almost every object high definition photographs are available and can be provided e.g. to document your collection or for scientific papers or popular science articles. If you are interested in using pictures for publications, print media or other purposes, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
Celtic coin - Iceni tribe
East Anglia mint, reported to have been found in Stonea Grange, Cambridgeshire.Price: on requestRoman Republican denarius coined 49 BC after Caesar crossed the Rubicon
Wonderfully preserved piece from one of the most exciting periods of Roman history. Legionary eagle on reverse.Price: on requestM. Plaetorius M. F. Cestianus Denarius
Roman Republic, Rome mint, 57 BC. Obverse showing head of Bonus Eventus, caduceus on reverse.Price: on requestCeltic gold stater from the age of Caesar's Gallic Wars
Extremely fine Ambiani gold stater, 60-25 BC. AV: Plain bulge (remnants of the head of Apollo); RV: Abstract horse right, below and above dots and sickles.Price: on requestRare Markus Antonius fouree denarius
Mint moving with Antonius. 42 BC, the year which has seen the 2nd triumvirat and the death of Caesar's murderer Brutus. Great cabinet patina, very rare in this condition.Price: on request