Greek Silver & Bronze Coins - Celtic - Susanian
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THRACE (MOESIA INFERIOR), Dionysopolis, Gordian III and Sarapis, (A.D. 238-244), AE 28, (10.97 g), obv. Gordian III laureate draped and cuirassed bust right facing Sarapis bust draped to left, around **ANTWNINOC GORD[IANOC AVG]*, in exergue AVT K M, rev. Homonoia standing left by altar, holding patera and cornucopiae, value mark E in right field, around **DIONYCOPOLEITWN*, (S.-, Varbanov 565) (illustrated); Pentassarion, Odessus, (12.42 g), confronted busts of Gordian right, laureate, draped, and cuirassed, and Tranquillina left, draped, rev. Athena standing left, holding shield and reversed spear; E (mark of value) to left, (S.-, AMNG I/II 2385, cf. Mouchmov 1684 (for type), Varbanov 4565); Marcianopolis, Philip II and Serapis, (A.D. 247-249), AE Pentassaria, (12.50 g), obv. bareheaded, draped and cuirassed bust right of Philip II facing draped bust of Serapis wearing polos, rev. Homonoia standing left, holding patera over lighted altar and cornucopia, E left. (S.-, Varbanov 2096, AMNG 1213, H&J 184.108.40.206). Toning, nearly very fine - very fine. (3)
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THRACE (MOESIA INFERIOR), Dionysopolis, Gordian III and Sarapis, (A.D. 238-244), AE 28, (10.97 g), obv. ...