Roman Empire - AR antoninianus, Philip II as Caesar, son of Philip I - nearly mint state coin - Rome 244-247 A.D. - scarce/rare variety with CONSERVATORI spelled in full - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - AR antoninianus, Philip II as Caesar, son of Philip I - nearly mint state coin - Rome 244-247 A.D. - scarce/rare variety with CONSERVATORI spelled in full - Silver
Extremely fine

Grade: EF/EF+
Material: Silver
Weight: 5.09 g
Diameter: 23 mm

Obverse: M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, radiate and draped bust right, seen from behind

Reverse: IOVI CONSERVATORI, Jupiter standing left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre

The standard issue of this type has the spelling "IOVI CONSERVAT" on the reverse. On this coin, the latter word is spelled in full: CONSERVATORI.
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Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
AR antoninianus, Philip II as Caesar, son of Philip I - nearly mint state coin -
Year/Period and Variation
Rome 244-247 A.D. - scarce/rare variety with CONSERVATORI spelled in full
Precious metals
Silver
No. of items
1
Type
Coin
Condition
Extremely fine
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