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Roman Empire. Gallienus (253-268 A.D.) and Salonina during the Gallienus joint reign (253-260 A.D.). Lot comprising two Antoninianus, Cologne - VICT GERMANICA / Rome - PVDICITIA.

Roman Empire - Lot comprising two antoninianus:

1. - Gallienus. Silver antoninianus, (3,68 g. 21 mm), minted in Colonia Agrippinensis, 257-258 AD
GALLIENVS P F AVG radiate, draped, cuirassed bust to right /
VICT GERMANICA Victory, holding wreath in right hand and trophy in left, advancing left, treading down captive.
Cohen 1061. MIR 893h. RIC 44

2. - Salonina (wife of Gallienus)
BI silvered Antoninianus (2.72 g. 24 mm.). Rome, AD 257-258.
SALONINA AVG, diademed and draped bust right set on crescent
PVDICITIA, Pudicitia seated left, raising veil and holding sceptre; VI in exergue.
RIC V 25; MIR 36, 376dd; RSC 94a.

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1457 - 2023-1107
XB01307 - 2021-8597

Culture/region Roman Empire
Ruler/era Gallienus (253-268 A.D.) and Salonina during the Gallienus joint reign (253-260 A.D.)
Metal Lot comprising two
Denomination Antoninianus
Year/Period and Variation Cologne - VICT GERMANICA / Rome - PVDICITIA.
Condition gVF