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Roman Empire. Aelius (AD 136-138). Æ As or Dupondius (Pannonia), Struck under Hadrian, Rome mint 137 AD / RIC 1071d Rare

Roman Empire. Aelius (AD 136-138). Æ As or Dupondius (Pannonia), Struck under Hadrian, Rome mint 137 AD / RIC 1071d Rare

Roman Empire – Aelius (as Caesar 136-138 AD). Æ As or Dupondius (Pannonia). Struck under Hadrian, Rome mint 137 AD. – 25mm; 11.51g; 6h


Obv: L AELIVS – CAESAR,
Bare-headed, draped and cuirassed bust of Aelius to left.

Rev: TR POT COS II / PANNO-NIA / S–C,
Pannonia, turreted and draped, standing left, holding vexillum with right hand and raising skirt with left.


Reference: RIC 1071d (Hadrian); RSC 28
Weight: 11.51 g
Diameter: 25 mm
Metal: Bronze

good Very Fine, Rare and Rarest variant (draped bust to left)

Provenance: ex private collection
See images for correct impression

Culture/region Roman Empire
Ruler/era Aelius (AD 136-138)
Metal Æ
Denomination As or Dupondius (Pannonia)
Year/Period and Variation Struck under Hadrian, Rome mint 137 AD / RIC 1071d Rare
Condition Ungraded
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