Roman Empire - Silber Antoninian, Postumus (260-269 n.Chr.) - SERAPI COMITI AVG / Serapis - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - Silber Antoninian, Postumus (260-269 n.Chr.) - SERAPI COMITI AVG / Serapis - Silver
Extremely fine

Obverse: IMP C POSTVMVS P F AVG, armoured and draped bust with auricle crown to the right.

Rs.: SERAPI COMITI AVG, Serapis n.l. standing, Modius upside down, the right raised, in the left diagonal sceptre on foot holding a ship's bow.

Ref: EG.75 RCV.10992 var. RCV.10992 var. E.382 Cunetio2421 (24 ex.) AGK.91
Weight: 3.31 g
Diameter: approx. 19 x 21 mm.
Rarity: R1.

The authenticity of the coin on offer is guaranteed without reservations.
Origin of the coin: numismatics company.
Take a look at the photos for a better impression.
Registered shipment as bubble wrapped letter + insured.
No shipment to Switzerland.

Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
Silber Antoninian,
Year/Period and Variation
Postumus (260-269 n.Chr.) - SERAPI COMITI AVG / Serapis
Precious metals
Silver
No. of items
1
Type
Coin
Condition
Extremely fine
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