Claudius, AD 41 to 54. Billon Alexandrian tetradrachm.

Ancient Coins - Claudius, AD 41 to 54. Billon Alexandrian tetradrachm.
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Denomination : Billon tetradrachm.  Mint : Alexandria in Egypt.

Date : Year-6 (AD 45 to 46)

Reference : Milne-104 to 111 variety. Sear-1869.

Size : 24.5 x 27.3 mm.  Weight : 12.29 grams.

Grade : good Fine/VF.  Good surface, with minor dark deposits.

Obverse : Laurate bust of Claudius right, with TI KLAUDI KAIS SEBA GERMANI AUTOK around (the last half if the inscription is off the flan), with L for year, and the greek letter Dogma indication Year-6.

Reverse : Messalina standing left, resting on a column and holding two small figues who may represent Britannicus and Octavia (her children with Claudius), MESSALINA KAIS SEBAS around (the last few letters are off the flan).

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