Roman Empire - AE-Sesterz Crispina, 178-191 n.Chr. Rom. 178-180 n.Chr. - Salus

Description
Roman Empire - AE-Sesterz Crispina, 178-191 n.Chr. Rom. 178-180 n.Chr. - Salus
Fine / Fine +

Bruttia Crispina (the young wife of Commodus, she was a great beauty), 178-191 AD AE-sestertius, Rome. 178-180 AD

Obverse: draped bust to the right, legend: CRISPINA AVG IMP COMMODI AVG.
Reverse: sitting to the left, Salus nurtures snake that is coiling on the altar. Legend: SALVS S-C.
Reference: RIC.672 (b); C.32.
Condition: F/F+
Weight: 20.17 g
Diameter: approx. 29 mm
Very fine centred coin, superb patina.

The authenticity of this coin is guaranteed without any reservations.
Coin from a private collection, origin: numismatic company.
Please look at the photos to get a better impression.
Registered shipment as bubble wrapped letter + insured.

Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
AE-Sesterz
Year/Period and Variation
Crispina, 178-191 n.Chr. Rom. 178-180 n.Chr. - Salus
No. of items
1
Type
Coin
Condition
Fine / Fine +
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