SKU: 6189

£155.00

Cyzicus mint. Centrally struck on a full and round flan, with good detail to the high-points, some silvering still evident

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Diocletian (AD 293-294), billon Antoninianus, Cyzicus mint, Turkey. Obv. Radiate and draped bust facing right. Rev. Emperor receiving Victory on globe from Jupiter, offincina mark Γ in field, XXI. in exergue. 4.26g, die axis 1h (Sear 12635 (RCV IV); RIC v, ii, p.253, 306.). A hint of verdigris, otherwise centrally struck on a full and round flan, with good detail to the high-points, some of the original silvering still present. Extremely fine.

Provenance
Ex Dr. Erik Miller Collection Part III, Spink Auction 19004, 28/03/2019, Lot 366 (part)

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306., ii, p.253, Sear 12635 (RCV IV); RIC v