Roman Empire - Lot 2 x Silber-Antoniniani, Trajan Decius (Reg:249-251 n.Chr.): VICTORIA AVG / PANNONIAE

Description
Roman Empire - Lot 2 x Silber-Antoniniani, Trajan Decius (Reg:249-251 n.Chr.): VICTORIA AVG / PANNONIAE
Extremely fine

Lot 2 x silver Antoniniani, Trajan Decius (Reg: 249-251 AD):

249 AD Rome.
Obverse: legend: IMP C M Q TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG, head with aureole, draped and armoured bust to the right.
Reverse: Victoria walking to the left, holding wreath and palm branch, legend: VICTORIA AVG.
Ref: RIC 29c, RSC 113a.
Condition: EF
Weight: 3.79 g
Diameter: approx. 20 mm x 24 mm

249 AD Rome.
Obverse: legend: IMP C M Q TRAIANVS DECIVS AVG, head with aureole, draped and armoured bust to the right.
Reverse: PANNONIAE, two Pannonians standing face on, one looking to the left, the other right and holding banners.
Ref: RIC 21b, RSC 86.
Condition: EF
Weight: 3.11 g
Diameter: approx. 21 mm x 24 mm (very high)
Very fine hue, top portrait and reverse.

Please look at the pictures to get a better impression.
The authenticity of the coin is guaranteed without reservation.
Coin from private collection, origin numismatic company.
Shipped as registered mail in a bubble-wrapped letter.

Lot details
Denomination
Lot 2 x Silber-Antoniniani,
Year/Period and Variation
Trajan Decius (Reg:249-251 n.Chr.): VICTORIA AVG / PANNONIAE
Condition
Extremely fine
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