Roman Empire. Faustina I († AD 140/1). Æ Sestertius, Rome, after AD 141 - AETER-NITAS Aeternitas holding phoenix on globe. Rare

Description
Roman Empire. Faustina I († AD 140/1). Æ Sestertius, Rome, after AD 141 - AETER-NITAS Aeternitas holding phoenix on globe. Rare
Ungraded

Roman Empire - Faustina Senior, wife of Antoninus Pius (+141 d.C.). Bronze sestertius. Minted in Rome, after AD 141.

DIVA AVG FAVSTINA, draped bust of Faustina I to right, hair elaborately waved and piled in bun on top of head.
AETER-NITAS Aeternitas, draped, seated left on throne, holding phoenix on globe on right hand and transverse sceptre in left; in exergue S C, (S.4606, C.28, RIC III 1103, Banti 12).

25,32 g., 31 mm.

Good very fine condition. Rare.

See images for a proper impression.

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ACG152

Lot details
Culture/region
Roman Empire
Ruler/era
Faustina I († AD 140/1)
Metal
Æ
Denomination
Sestertius
Year/Period and Variation
Rome, after AD 141 - AETER-NITAS Aeternitas holding phoenix on globe. Rare
Condition
Ungraded
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