Roman Empire - Silber-Antoninian, Gallienus (253-268 n.Chr.). Lyon oder Trier, 258-259 n.Chr. - VICT GERMANICA - R2 - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - Silber-Antoninian, Gallienus (253-268 n.Chr.). Lyon oder Trier, 258-259 n.Chr. - VICT GERMANICA - R2 - Silver
Very fine

Gallienus (253-268 AD). Silver-Antonianus.
The silver coins with a portrait of Gallienus from the left are rare.
Period: 258-259 AD.
Mint: Lyon or Triest
Rare R2.

Front: head with radiate crown, rare armored bust turned left with shield and lance. Legend: GALLIENVS *P*F* AVG.
Reverse: VICT GERMANICA, Victoria on the globe, standing to the right, trophy over shoulder and holding wreath up high, two prisoners below.
Ref. Sear 10377;RIC V-1, Lyon 49; Goebl 874L.
Weight: 3.80 g.
Diameter: 20 x 22 mm.

The authenticity of the coin is unreservedly guaranteed.
Coin from private collection, origin numismatics company.
Please look at the photos to get a better impression.
Shipping in bubble cover as insured letter.

No shipping to Switzerland.

Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
Silber-Antoninian,
Year/Period and Variation
Gallienus (253-268 n.Chr.). Lyon oder Trier, 258-259 n.Chr. - VICT GERMANICA - R2
Precious metals
Silver
No. of items
1
Type
Coin
Condition
Very fine
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