Barbarous imitative of a Tetricus II, AD 273 to 274. Bronze Antoninianus

Ancient Coins - Barbarous imitative of a Tetricus II, AD 273 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 II was Caesar from from AD 273 to 274, but these imitatives may date any time from then to slightly later in the 3rd century

Reference : I have looked up a reference for the official Roman prototype for this example.

Size : 16.4 x 21.5 mm.  Weight : 3.87 grams.

Grade : XF for wear but on a slightly irregular flan so parts are off the edge.

Obverse : Radiate bust of Tetricus II right, the inscription is barbarous but one can see that it starts with C P which along with the youthful non-bearded portrait clearly shows this is intended to be Tetricus II, rather than Tetricus I.  On the other end of the inscription you can see what was intended to be with RICVS CA.

Reverse: Salus standing left with the SAL at the beginning and GG at the end of the inscription readable. 

价格 品种: vcoin5076
US$ 35.00
  • € 28.43
  • £ 24.91
  • AUD 45.45
  • CHF 34.04
  • CAD 44.24

利率: 04/21/18

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