Roman Empire - Two AR denarii, Diva Faustina (died 141 AD) - Ceres (RIC 356) & Antoninus Pius (AD 137-161) Fortuna (RIC 222) - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - Two AR denarii, Diva Faustina (died 141 AD) - Ceres (RIC 356) & Antoninus Pius (AD 137-161) Fortuna (RIC 222) - Silver
Various conditions

There are two Roman Empire AR denarii:

1) Diva Faustina I (Died 140/1) AR Denarius. Rome, Struck under Antoninus Pius AD 141-146.
Obv: DIVA FAVSTINA, - draped bust right
Rev: AVGVSTA - Ceres veiled, standing left, holding torch and sceptre.

References: RIC 356, diameter: ~17 mm, weight: 2,47g, colour: silver (toned)

2) Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD). AR Denarius. Rome.
Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P XVI - laureate head of Antoninus right
Rev: COS IIII - Fortuna standing facing, head right, holding rudder set on globe and cornucopia.

References: RIC 222, diameter: ~17x18 mm, weight: 2,66g, colour: silver (toned)


Provenance: ex private collection

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Lot details
Metal
Silver
Denomination
Two AR denarii,
Year/Period and Variation
Diva Faustina (died 141 AD) - Ceres (RIC 356) & Antoninus Pius (AD 137-161) Fortuna (RIC 222)
Condition
Various conditions
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