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Lot 1933    Session 6 (9.30am Thursday)    Roman Silver & Bronze

Estimate $160
SOLD $100

C. CONSIDIUS PAETUS, (46 B.C.), silver denarius, Rome mint, (3.902 grams), obv. Venus laureate and diademed head to right, PAET[I] behind, rev. Victory in quadriga to right, C.CONSIDI in exergue, (S.456 [£85 VF], Cr.465/3, Syd.992, B. Considia 6). Weak in places, good very fine and very scarce.

Crawford has determined that 33 obverse dies were used for this type.

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