Barbarous imitative of a Tetricus I, AD 271 to 274. Bronze Antoninianus

Ancient Coins - Barbarous imitative of a Tetricus I, AD 271 to 274. Bronze Antoninianus
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Denomination : Bronze Antoninianus.

Mint : Barbarous imitatives like this are generally from the Northern frontier regions of the Roman Empire, including Britain.

Date : Tetricus ruled from AD 271 to 274, but these imitatives may date any time from then to slightly later in the 3rd century, but as this comes from a group found with large numbers of official coins of Tetricus, it is probably dates to the 270's.

Reference : I have not identified which type this imitates.

Size : 14.8 x 16.0 mm.  Weight : 1.86 grams.

Grade : VF with an area of encrustation on the lower left of the reverse.

Obverse : Radiate bust of Tetricus I right.  Only a few letters are visible so not enough to make out the entire inscription, but the few letters appear to be part of TETRICVS.

Reverse : I have not fully worked out this reverse, although the standing figure looks like Fortuna with the rudder.

价格 品种: vcoin5079
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利率: 09/21/18

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