Roman Silver & Bronze Coins - Imperial
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COMMODUS, (A.D. 177-192), silver denarius, Rome mint, issued 183-84, (2.72 g), obv. M COMMODVS AN TON AVG PIVS, laureate head right, rev. P M TR P VIIII IMP VI COS IIII P P, Minerva advancing right with javelin and shield, owl at feet, (S.5668, RIC 72, RSC 424) (illustrated); another, (2.74 g), rev. Victory advancing left, (S.5697, RIC 568a); another, (3.35 g), rev. Annona standing left holding grain ears and cornucopiae over modius, (S.5710, RIC 14, RSC 811); another, (2.72 g), rev. Fides standing left holding standard and cornucopia, (S.5684, RIC 232, RSC 583). Toning, very fine. (4)
Ex Dr V.J.A. Flynn Collection.
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COMMODUS, (A.D. 177-192), silver denarius, Rome mint, issued 183-84, (2.72 g), obv. M COMMODVS AN ...