Roman Empire - AR Denarius, Commodus (AD 177-192) - FIDES (RIC 220) - SCARCE - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - AR Denarius, Commodus (AD 177-192) - FIDES (RIC 220) - SCARCE - Silver
Very fine

Commodus (AD 177-192) AR denarius Rome mint, Struck AD 190

Obv: M COMM ANT P FEL AVG BRIT P P - laureate head right

Rev: FIDEI COH PM TR P XVII COS VI - Fides standing left, holding grain ears and standard.

Struck after the fall of the despised Praetorian Prefect, Cleander. Cleander was originally a slave in Rome but rose to be an official in the imperial household. He was known to have sold several official offices including: the Roman Senate, military commands, governorships and even consulships. One of the consuls appointed by Cleander was the future emperor, Septimius Severus.

References: RIC 220 Scarce.
Diameter: 17x18mm
Weight: 2,39
Colour silver / grey (toned)

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Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
AR Denarius,
Year/Period and Variation
Commodus (AD 177-192) - FIDES (RIC 220) - SCARCE
Precious metals
Silver
No. of items
1
Type
Coin
Condition
Very fine
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