|Geographical Origin:||Roman Empire|
Quadrans in bronze of emperor Caligula (37-41 A. D.) struck by the Rome mint circa 39 A. D.
Obverse: C CAESAR DIVI AVG PRON AVG pileus between S C.
Reverse side: PON M TR P III P P COS DES III around CCR.
Weight of 3.14 g and diameter of 18 mm.
Origin previous auction of Catawiki on the 27.04.2017 seller Numismatik2016 of Italy.
A dipondius Antonius struck by Claudius (41-54 A. D.). Rome mint.
Obverse: ANTONIA AVGVSTA draping bust of Antonia to the right.
Reverse side: emperor Claudius, with veil and robe standing to the left holding simpulum.
Weight of 10.30 g and diameter of 28 mm.
RIC 92 (Claudius)
|Member since:||January 14, 2017|
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