Roman Silver & Bronze
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Lot 2234 Roman Silver & Bronze
GETA, (A.D. 209-212), silver denarius, issued 199-202, Rome mint, obv. bare headed, draped and cuirassed bust to right of Geta, around P SEPT GETA CAES PONT, rev. Geta in military dress, standing half left, holding branch and reversed spear, around PR INC IVVENT, (BMC S234 note, cf.RIC 16b, cf.C.157, cf.S.2007). Bright, good very fine and an unpublished variant.
For this reverse legend Cohen and RIC describe a branch but Sear (Roman Silver Coins) indicate a baton, it is a branch on this specimen, Sear (RSC) also describe a trophy behind but is missing on this specimen.
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GETA, (A.D. 209-212), silver denarius, issued 199-202, Rome mint, obv. bare headed, draped and ...