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Lot 1911    Session 7 (11.30am Thursday)    Roman Silver & Bronze

Estimate $100
SOLD $70

ANCIENT ROMAN COINS AS MODERN COPIES, silver denarii of Diadumenian (2.92 grams), rev. SPES PVBLICA, (cf.S.2072); Orbiana, (wife of Severus Alexander), (2.925 grams), rev. CONCORDIA AVGG, (cf.S.2299). Both of very fine style and very deceptive, extremely fine or better. (2)

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