Roman Empire - Sestertius van Crispina (echtgenote van Commodus en keizerin 178-191 na Chr.), Laetitia

Description
Roman Empire - Sestertius van Crispina (echtgenote van Commodus en keizerin 178-191 na Chr.), Laetitia
Nearly Very Fine

Roman Empire - Orichalcum Sestertius van Bruttia Crispina, wife of Emperor Commodus (178-192 AD) and Empress from 178 - 191 AD.

Struck in Rome in 180-182 AD.

26.38 g, 32 mm.

Obv.:CRISPINA – AVGVSTA, draped bust of Crispina facing right.
Kz: L[AET]I[TIA] / S - C, Laetitia standing to the left, a wreath in her right hand and a ship's wheel on a globe in her left hand.

Obv.: almost Very Fine. Rev.: Fine. Dark brown patina.


Literature: RIC (Commodus) 669. Quite rare.

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Lot details
Denomination
Sestertius
Year/Period and Variation
van Crispina (echtgenote van Commodus en keizerin 178-191 na Chr.), Laetitia
Condition
Nearly Very Fine
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