Roman Empire - Two AR denarii Marcus Aurelius (161-180) - Togate emperor (RIC 297) & Roma seated (RIC 138) - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - Two AR denarii Marcus Aurelius (161-180) - Togate emperor (RIC 297) & Roma seated (RIC 138) - Silver
Various conditions

There are two AR denarius presented for your consideration:

1) Marcus Aurelius AD 161-180. Rome AR denarius

Obv: M ANTONINVS AVG TR P XXVIII - laureate head right
Rev: IMP VI COS III - Marcus Aurelius standing left, holding branch with right and sceptre with left hand.

References: RIC 297, diameter: ~18 mm, weight: 2,57 g, colour: silver (toned)

2) Marcus Aurelius Denarius. 165 AD.

Obv: M ANTONINVS AVG ARMENIACUS - laureate head right
Rev: P M TR P XIX IMP III COS III - Roma seated left on shield, holding palladium and parazonium.

References: RIC 138, diameter: ~18x19 mm, weight: 2,21 g, colour: silver (toned)
Provenance: ex private collection

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See the pictures for more details and correct impression

Lot details
Metal
Silver
Denomination
Two AR denarii
Year/Period and Variation
Marcus Aurelius (161-180) - Togate emperor (RIC 297) & Roma seated (RIC 138)
Condition
Various conditions
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