Roman Empire - Hybrid Antoninianus - Philip I (244-249 A.D.) Antioch - CONCORDIA A VGG Otacilia Severa reverse, very rare. - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - Hybrid Antoninianus - Philip I (244-249 A.D.) Antioch - CONCORDIA A VGG Otacilia Severa reverse, very rare. - Silver
Good very fine

Roman Empire - Philip I (244 - 249 A.D.) silver antoninianus, minted in Antioch in 247-248 A.D. CONCORDIA A VGG. Very rare.

IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG. Radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right.

CONCORDIA AVGG. Concordia seated left, holding patera and cornucopia.

RIC IV 109 (as a hybrid with Otacilla Severa); Bland 21; RSC 35.

3,60 g. 21 mm.

Good very fine condition. Beautiful toning and great example in hand! Very rare. According to Roger Bland in his Study, "this Concordia appears to be an Antioch version of RIC 109. RIC lists this as a hybrid reverse of Otacilia Severa.

For a better impression please take a look on pictures.

134-Mar

Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Nominal Value
Hybrid
Currency
Antoninianus
Year/Period and Variation
- Philip I (244-249 A.D.) Antioch - CONCORDIA A VGG Otacilia Severa reverse, very rare.
Precious metals
Silver
Type
Coin
Condition
Good very fine
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