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Roman silver denarius of Divus Vespasian
ROMAN SILVER DENARIUS OF DIVUS VESPASIAN, DIED AD 79

Divus Vespasian, silver denarius
Rome mint, struck AD 80-81 under Titus

Obverse: Laureate head of Vespasian right. Legend: DIVVS AVGVSTVS VESPASIANVS

Reverse: Shield, inscribed S C, set on globe, from which emanates the forepart of a capricorn to left and right.

Extremely fine condition.

Ex American private collection.

Reference: H. Mattingly, et al. The Roman Imperial Coinage. Volume II, no. 63 (Titus). London. 1923-1994.

EV0072
$600


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