Hispania. Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). Lote de 2 monedas de bronce, Julia Traducta y Colonia Patricia

Description
Hispania. Augustus (27 BC-AD 14). Lote de 2 monedas de bronce, Julia Traducta y Colonia Patricia
Ungraded

Roman Hispania.

Lot of 2 bronze coins. Era of Augustus (27 B. C. - 14 A D).

1. - Bronze as, struck in the Julia Traducta mint (Algeciras-Cádiz).
PERM CAES AVG, bare head facing left.
IVLIA TRAD, two lines of legend within laurel crown.
ACIP 335; RPC 108; FAB (Alvarez Burgos) 1614.

2) - Bronze semis struck in Colonia Patricia, ancient Baetica province in Spain (present day Cordoba).
‘PERM CAES AVG’ and the bare head of Augustus facing left. /
‘COLONIA PATRICIA’ legend and priestly sacrificial instruments.
FAB-1992.

In good condition.

Interesting lot for study, very varied and interesting. All coins are quite complete and have beautiful tones.

Please examine the photos to better assess the lot.

B664 (2021-9280)

Lot details
Culture/region
Hispania
Ruler/era
Augustus (27 BC-AD 14)
Denomination
Lote de 2 monedas de bronce
Year/Period and Variation
Julia Traducta y Colonia Patricia
Condition
Ungraded
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