Electrum 1/6 stater Lydian, about 650-600 BC From western modern Turkey One of the very earliest coins The Greek historian Herodotus, writing in the fifth century BC, stated that 'the Lydians were the first people we know to have struck and used coinage of silver and gold.
A denarius from 44 BC, showing Julius Caesar on the obverse and the goddess Venus on the reverse of the coin
Roma Numismatics IV - Part I: 634 - - Dea Moneta
Ancient Roman silver orange intaglio ring depicting the goddess Fortuna, dating to around 150 AD.
Denario de la Gens Postumia (74-73 a.C.) - Galgo español - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Ancient Roman Coins realises $1,700,000 at New York Auction