Roman Silver & Bronze
MARCUS AURELIUS, (A.D. 161-180), silver denarius, Rome mint, issued A.D. 170-171, (3.288 grams), obv. laureate head of Marcus Aurelius to right, around IMP M ANTONINVS AVG TR P XXV, rev. around VOTA SOL DEENN, in exergue COS III, Marcus Aurelius veiled standing to left, sacrificing at tripod, bull at feet, (cf.S.1422, RIC 248, RSC 1031). Good very fine and scarce.
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MARCUS AURELIUS, (A.D. 161-180), silver denarius, Rome mint, issued A.D. 170-171, (3.288 grams), obv. laureate ...
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