Roman Empire - Dupondius van keizer Nero (54 - 68 na Chr.), Securitas

Description
Roman Empire - Dupondius van keizer Nero (54 - 68 na Chr.), Securitas
Very fine

Roman Empire - Orichalcum Dupondius of Nero (54–68 AD)
Struck in Lugdunum (Lyon), ca 66 AD.
12.31 g, 29 mm

Obv.: IMP NERO CAESAR AVG P MAX TR P P P, laurelled head of Nero facing left. Globe below point of bust, left.
Rev.: SECVRITAS- AVGVS[T]I/S C in truncation, Securitas seated on throne facing right, the head resting on right hand and holding a sceptre in the left hand; at the right is a burning altar with a torch leaning against it to the right.

Literature: RIC 597.

Obverse: nearly Very Fine Reverse: Fine Was once thoroughly cleaned. Perforation.

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Lot will be shipped by registered letter mail (PostNL), with insurance.

Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
Dupondius
Year/Period and Variation
van keizer Nero (54 - 68 na Chr.), Securitas
Condition
Very fine
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