VANDALS (Honorius). Siliqua. 440-490 AD. Pseudo-Ravenna, Gaul (Narbonne?) PSRV. VERY RARE.

Ancient Coins - VANDALS (Honorius). Siliqua. 440-490 AD. Pseudo-Ravenna, Gaul (Narbonne?) PSRV. VERY RARE.
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VANDALS In the name of Honorius. (Pseudo-Imperial coinage).
Siliqua.
440-490 AD.
Pseudo-Ravenna mint in Gaul (Narbonne?) mint.
Ovb/ D N HONORIVS PI AVG, Pearl-diademed, draped, and cuirassed bust right .
Rev/ VICTORIA AVGG, Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory on globe and spear; PSRV.
Cat: RIC X 3703 (R4) - BMC Vandals 6-9
Silver (AR) 1g - 13mm.
Very rare.

*In his commentary on the coinage of the reign of Honorius in RIC (p. 135), Kent notes that siliquae with the PSRV mintmark were probably struck by the Visigoths in Gaul and connects the coinage to similar issues struck in the name of Priscus Attalus (RIC 3701-2).
Price SKU: VC32517
220.00
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