Caracalla Denarius - COS IIIII - probably unrecorded

Ancient Coins - Caracalla Denarius - COS IIIII - probably unrecorded
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Caracalla Denarius, struck AD 217 at Rome mint.
Obv.: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM, laureate head right.
Rev.: P M TR P XX COS IIIII P P, Jupiter standing facing, Head turned left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre.
2,82 g, 19 mm.
RIC - (vgl. 285a), Cohen - (vgl. 373), BMC - (vgl. 180)

No specimen in the huge R�ka-Devnia hoard, which contained 5729 coins of Caracalla.

probably unrecorded!

The declaration of five consulates for Caracalla is interesting, because he had only four. The coin is of nice, accurate style, nevertheless it seems to be a mistake of the die-engraver.
Precio SKU: mfs448
160.00
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Cotización al: 11/23/20

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