MARK ANTONY & Augustus as TRIUMVIRS 41 BC Silver NGC AU

Ancient Coins - MARK ANTONY & Augustus as TRIUMVIRS 41 BC Silver NGC AU
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Mark Antony & Octavian 'Augustus' as Triumvirs
Silver 17mm (3.65 grams) Spring-Summer 41 B.C.
Mint moving with Antony, under M. Barbatius Pollio moneyer as proquaestor
Reference: RSC 8; Babelon (Antonia) 51; B.M.C. 103; Craw. 517/2; Sydenham 1181
Certification: NGC Ancients AU  Strike: 5/5 Surface: 5/5  4529310-012
M . ANT . IMP. AVG . III . VIR . R . P . C . M . BARBAT . Q . P., bare head of Mark Antony right.
CAESAR IMP . PONT . III . VIR . R . P . C., bare head of Augustus right, without beard.

This type was likely struck by Mark Antony to commemorate the reconciliation between the triumvirs. The moneyer of this coin was a friend of Julius Caesar. In 41 B.C., he was quaestor pro praetore to Antony in the East.

 

Ancient Coins - MARK ANTONY & Augustus as TRIUMVIRS 41 BC Silver NGC AU
Ancient Coins - MARK ANTONY & Augustus as TRIUMVIRS 41 BC Silver NGC AU
Ancient Coins - MARK ANTONY & Augustus as TRIUMVIRS 41 BC Silver NGC AU
Ancient Coins - MARK ANTONY & Augustus as TRIUMVIRS 41 BC Silver NGC AU
Price SKU: 6527
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