SKU: 5067

£1,150.00

Rome mint. An attractive coin with an even old patina and clear devices, lovely in hand.

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Antoninus Pius (AD 151-152), brass Sestertius, Rome mint. Obv. Laureate head facing right. Rev. Fortuna standing, looking right, holding cornucopiae and rudder resting on globe SC across fields. 24.08g, die axis 7h (Sear 4163 (RCV II)). The fields lightly smoothed, nonetheless an attractive coin, the patina a pleasing sage green, the devices clear, a lovely coin in hand and last seen on the market some 15 years ago! Almost extremely fine.

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Ex. Spink Auction 9008, 19/03/2009, Lot 496 (£418)

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Sear 4163 (RCV II)