|Condition:||VF (Very Fine)|
|Nr. of Items:||22,76 gr|
|Year/Period and Variation:||MBC+|
|Nominal Value:||32 mm|
One sestertius struck in the mint of Rome 161 A. D. by emperor Antoninus Pius (138-161 A. D.).
Obverse: Beautiful portrait, naked bust to the right with the caption: DIVVS ANTONINVS. It preserves all the letters of the caption and a part of the dot edge, some oxidation in front of his mouth.
Reverse side: Funeral pile of four decks, surmounted by a chariot. Caption, entirely preserved, CONSECRATIO S. C.
Ref. Cohen 165 RIC 1266 Marcus Aurelius.
Strong reddish patina and greenish in some parts.
|Member since:||January 14, 2017|
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