Roman Empire - Lot of 2 Paduan (style) Medals, imitating an Æ Sestertius of Matidia and a Æ Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius

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Roman Empire - Lot of 2 Paduan (style) Medals, imitating an Æ Sestertius of Matidia and a Æ Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius
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Paduan Style Medal imitating an Æ Sestertius of Matidia, struck under Trajan, Rome, AD 112-117; AE (g 20,97; mm 36,15); MATIDIA AVG DIVAE - MARCIANAE F, draped bust r., hair arranged in coils on crown of head, surmounted with crescent-shaped diadem, Rv. Matidia as Pietas standing facing, head l., placing her hands on heads of Sabina and Matidia Minor. aVF

Paduan (or Paduan Style) Medal imitating an Æ Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius, as Caesar, Ӕ Sestertius. Struck under Antoninus Pius. AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS II, bare head right, with slight drapery on far shoulder / Marcus Aurelius in slow quadriga right, holding eagle tipped sceptre; SC in exergue. 22,2g, 30,3 x 30,5mm.
Good Very Fine +

For authentic example see RIC 1246

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Country
Roman Empire
Currency
Lot of 2 Paduan (style) Medals,
Year/Period and Variation
imitating an Æ Sestertius of Matidia and a Æ Sestertius of Marcus Aurelius
No. of items
2
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