Roman Empire. Lote comprising two. Silver Antoninianus, Philip I 244-249 A.D. - ANNONA AVGG and Valerianus I (253-259) FELICITAS AVGG.

Description
Roman Empire. Lote comprising two. Silver Antoninianus, Philip I 244-249 A.D. - ANNONA AVGG and Valerianus I (253-259) FELICITAS AVGG.
Good very fine

Roman Empire. - Lot comprising two Antoninianus:

1. - Philip I 244-249 A.D. - Silver Antoninianus. (3,54 g, 23 mm). - Rome, AD 246.
IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right /
ANNONA AVGG, Annona standing left, holding grain ears over modius and cornucopia.
RIC IV 28c; RSC 25.

2. - Valerianus I (253 - 259), silver antoninianus (2,60 g. 20 mm.) from Antioch mint, AD 253 - 259.
IMP C P LIC VALERIANVS AVG, radiated draped cuirassed bust right.
FELICITAS AVGG, Felicitas standing l., holding long caduceus in r. hand and cornucopia with l.
RIC 283.

Please see the photos for a better impression.

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4563 - 2020-16538
B00341 - 2021-3599

Lot details
Culture/region
Roman Empire
Ruler/era
Lote comprising two
Metal
Silver
Denomination
Antoninianus
Year/Period and Variation
Philip I 244-249 A.D. - ANNONA AVGG and Valerianus I (253-259) FELICITAS AVGG.
Condition
Good very fine
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