Roman Empire - Silber-Antoninian, Postumus (260-269 n.Chr.) - Kaiser in Rüstung hält Globus und Lanze

Description
Roman Empire - Silber-Antoninian, Postumus (260-269 n.Chr.) - Kaiser in Rüstung hält Globus und Lanze
Extremely fine

Postumus. Silver-Antonianus. Reg: 260-269 AD

Obverse: large bust of Postumus head draped with a crown of rays facing right, IMP C POSTVMVS PF AVG.

Reverse: emperor in armament standing facing left, holding globe and lance. PMTRP COS II PP.

Ref: RIC 54, Cohen 243; Sear 10971.
Weight: 3.51 g
Diameter: 20 x 22 mm
Dark patina, fine visible tear on the obverse near the 6 o'clock

The authenticity of the coin is guaranteed.
Coin from private collection, origin: numismatic company.
Please see the photos for a good impression.
Sent by registered mail.

Lot details
Denomination
Silber-Antoninian,
Year/Period and Variation
Postumus (260-269 n.Chr.) - Kaiser in Rüstung hält Globus und Lanze
Condition
Extremely fine
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