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Lot 1909    Session 7 (11.30am Thursday)    Roman Silver & Bronze

Estimate $180
SOLD $200

ROMAN SESTERTII, a small group, Antoninus Pius, rev. Moneta standing to left, holding scales and cornucopiae; Maximinus I. rev. Providentia standing to left with baton and cornucopiae; Otacilia Severa, rev. Pudicitia seated left with sceptre, (S.-, 2354, 3639). Fine - very fine, last two with green patination. (3)

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