Roman Empire - AR Antoninianus, Divus Valerianus II Caesar, struck under Gallienus - Rome - CONSECRATIO, Lighted altar - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - AR Antoninianus, Divus Valerianus II Caesar, struck under Gallienus - Rome - CONSECRATIO, Lighted altar - Silver
Good very fine

Roman Empire - Divus Valerian II (died AD 258)., silver Antoninianus. (3,16 g. 20 mm.) Consecratio issue, struck under Gallienus, Rome, AD 258-260.

DIVO CAES VALERIANO, Radiate and draped bust to right.
CONSECRATIO, Lighted altar.

MIR 261k; RIC 24.

Good very fine condition. Old cabinet silver tone. Scarce

For a better impression please take a look on pictures.

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16680

Lot details
Metal
Silver
Denomination
AR Antoninianus,
Year/Period and Variation
Divus Valerianus II Caesar, struck under Gallienus - Rome - CONSECRATIO, Lighted altar
Condition
Good very fine
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