Sir or Madam ---
To ID and evaluate coins you must be able to read the inscriptions and see the patterns clearly. I cannot do that with most of your pictures.
Please submit coins one at a time.
For the one coin that is easily read, here is a description. This description comes with the coin in my picture.
Classical Numismatic Group > Electronic Auction 509 Auction date: 9 February 2022
Lot number: 665
Price realized: 700 USD (Approx. 613 EUR / 517 GBP / 647 CHF)
Vespasian. AD 69-79. Æ Sestertius (32mm, 24.47 g, 6h). "Judaea Capta" commemorative. Rome mint. Struck AD 71. IMP CAES VESPAS AVG P M TR P P P COS III, laureate head right / VICTORIA AVGVSTI, S C in exergue, Victory standing right, left foot on helmet, inscribing shield with right hand set on palm tree; on right, Judaea seated right, in attitude of mourning. RIC II.1 256 (R2); Hendin 6545. Rough green and brown surfaces, brassy highlights, numerous cleaning/smoothing scratches. Near VF. Rare.
From the Joshua Lee Collection.
Estimate: 300 USD
Hello, Rit --
I have researched your coins before and it is not possible for me to identify them. I have spent much time looking for them. They are impossible to read. A person must be able to read the coins to identify them further.