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Lot 2154       Roman Silver & Bronze

Estimate $1,500

CLEOPATRA VII AND MARK ANTONY, (51-30 B.C.), silver denarius, issued 32-31 B.C. from mint moving with Mark Antony, obv. draped bust of Cleopatra to right, traces of legend, rev. bare head of Anthony to right, Armenian tiara behind, around [A]NTONI ARM[ENIA] DEVICTA, (S.440, Cr.543/1, Syd.1210). Some surface oxidation and porosity, otherwise nearly fine and very rare.

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