SKU: 6229

£1,250.00

As Caesar. Excellent quality metal with a nice central strike, the details sharp and fresh, a superb coin.

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Galerius (AD 305-311), silver Argenteus, c. AD 294, Rome mint, as caesar. Obv. Laureate head facing right. Rev. The four tetrarchs sacrificing over tripod before city enclosure with six turrets. 3.37g, die axis 6h (Sear 14264 (RCV IV); RIC VI 11b; RSC 183a). A few trivial verdigris spots on the obverse for completeness, otherwise excellent quality metal with a nice central strike, the details sharp and fresh, a superb coin and practically as struck. Choice extremely fine.

With old ticket.

Provenance
Ex. CNG Auction 455, 30/10/2019, Lot 351
Ex. Jack A. Frazer Collection
Ex. Ponterio 93 (13 March 1998), lot 622.

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Sear 14264 (RCV IV); RIC VI 11b; RSC 183a

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