Roman Silver & Bronze - Roman Imperial
NERO, (54-68 A.D.), silver denarius, issued 64-65 A.D., Rome Mint, (3.17 g), obv. Laureate head of Nero to right, around NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, rev. IVPPI[TER] CVSTOS, Jupiter, bare to waist, seated left on throne, holding thunderbolt and long sceptre, (S.1943, RIC 69, BMC 80) (illustrated); another, issued c.65-66, (3.20 g), rev. Salus seated to left on throne, holding patera, SALVS in exergue, (cf.S.1945, RIC 71, BMC 98, RSC 316); another, issued 68 A.D., (3.30 g), rev. without legend, Roman eagle between two standards, (S.1947, RIC 68, BMC 107, RSC 356). Toned, fine - nearly very fine. (3)
Ex Dr V.J.A. Flynn Collection. First coin previously Noble Numismatics Sale 107, lot 3678.
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NERO, (54-68 A.D.), silver denarius, issued 64-65 A.D., Rome Mint, (3.17 g), obv. Laureate head ...