4 early Roman copper coins. The first is an anonymous copper semis dating from the 2nd century BC during the Roman Republic. The second is a quadrans of Augustus (27BC-AD14). There is another of Nerva (96-98 AD) depicting a caduceus on the reverse. The last is an interesting AE of Domitian (81-96 AD) depicting a lyre on the reverse. I believe it to have been struck at Pessinus in Galatia. They have taken some wear as you can see from the scans, but they are an interesting little lot and are not a bad at the price.