★ A lovely rendering of Roma ★
UNCERTAIN GERMANIC TRIBES, Pseudo-Imperial coinage. Late 3rd-early 4th centuries. 'Aureus' (Gold, 19 mm, 6.00 g, 12 h), 'Derived Plated Group'. Imitating Probus, 276-282. OИИƧIIIIO OIIIIIIƧ-IIO Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Probus to left, seen from behind. Rev. O_I'LIII II M IIIII- Roma, helmeted, seated left on throne, holding wreath (or stylized Victory?) in her right hand and spear in her left; between throne and spear, Ƨ; in exergue, decorative zigzag line. Original suspension loop attached. Very fine.
From the Aurum Barbarorum Collection.
This coin most certainly originated in the same workshop as Aurum Barbarorum II, 1915.
|Price realized||3'000 CHF|
|Starting price||400 CHF|