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 270 to 273.  This particular coin comes from a very large hoard reported to be from the region of Gaul, in which there were many barbarous and official coins of Tetricus buried togeather, demonstating that it dates to about the same time as the official coins.

Size : 14.0 x 14.7 mm.   Weight : 2.18 grams. 

Reference : copies Sear-11243.

Grade : gVF, minor roughness as struck..

Obverse : Radiate bust of Tetricus right, with a crude inscription around coping that of Tetricus, and you can make the TET of his name.

Reverse : Pax standing forward with head left, holding a sceptre and what appears to be a palm branch (on the official coins she holds an olive branch), with a star in the left field, and a very odd version of the PAX AVG inscriptoins (the X and the G are clear). 

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利率: 04/21/18

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