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Maximinus Denarius

000_4607.jpg000_46091.jpg000_4604.jpg000_4610.jpgMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, struck at Rome AD 235-236, RIC 16, RSC 99,  20 mm, 3.49 gms, Obverse:  laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Maximinus facing right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse:  Victory advancing right, holding a wreath and a palm branch, VICTORIA AVG, very (very!) lustrous coin, superlative portrait of Maximinus, detailed Victory on the reverse, full and clear legends on both sides, well struck and centered and nothing less than a gem and a jewel of a coin, graded Superb EF by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased it, Asking price:  $355 includes priority shipping and insurance, registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)

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Maximinus I Denarius

000_4284.jpg000_4282.jpg000_4277.jpg000_4295.jpgMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, struck at Rome AD 235-236, RIC 22, RSC 103a, 19 mm, 2.96 gms, Obverse:  laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Maximinus I facing right, MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse:  Victory advancing right, holding a wreath in her upraised right hand and a palm branch over her left shoulder, VICTORIA AVG, very lustrous coin, incredible portrait of Maximinus, detailed Victory and devices on the reverse, full and clear legends on both sides, a well struck and centered coin that is just gorgeous and graded Mint EF by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased it, Asking price:  $370 includes priority shipping and insurance, registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)

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Maximinus Denarius

000_4214.jpg000_4217.jpg000_4213.jpg000_4219.jpgMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, RIC 12, RSC 31a, 19 mm, 3.28 gms, Obverse:  laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Maximinus facing right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse:  Pax standing left, holding a branch (olive I’ve read, but most usually described as palm) aloft with her right hand and holding a long scepter in her left arm, PAX AVGVSTI, very lustrous coin, an incredible portrait of the jut-nosed and jut-chinned Thracian emperor, detailed Pax on the reverse, full and clear legends on both sides, a gorgeous coin, sharply struck and pin sharp, graded Mint EF by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased it, Asking price:  $360 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered to other countries (please see information shipping page)

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Maximinus Denarius

000_4099.jpg000_4098.jpg000_4097.jpg000_4096.jpg000_4095.jpg000_4094.jpg000_4093.jpg000_4092.jpg000_4091.jpg000_4090.jpg000_4089.jpg000_4088.jpgMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, struck at Rome AD 237,  RIC 3, RSC 55,  21 mm, 3.14 gms, Obverse:  laureate and draped bust of Maximinus facing right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse:  Maximinus in military attire standing left between two standards, raising his right hand and holding a long scepter in his left, PM TRP II COS PP, very lustrous coin, superb with a capital S portrait of Maximinus, detailed and sharp reverse and devices, full and clear legends on both sides, just a gem of a coin well centered and struck on a large flan, graded Mint EF by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased it, Asking price:  $375 includes priority shipping and insurance, registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)

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Maximinus I Denarius

000_3655_01.jpg000_3654_01.jpg000_3652_01.jpg000_3651_01.jpg000_3650_01.jpg000_3649_01.jpg000_3648_01.jpg000_3646_01.jpg000_3645_01.jpg000_3644_01.jpg000_3643_01.jpg000_3641_01.jpg000_3640_01.jpg000_3639_01.jpg000_3638_01.jpg000_3637_01.jpg000_3636_01.jpgMaximinus I Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, minted at Rome, RIC 12, RSC 31a, Van Meter 5,  Obverse:  laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse:  Pax standing left, holding a branch aloft with her right hand and cradling a long scepter in her left arm, PAX AVGVSTI, very lustrous coin, high relief and superb portrait of Maximinus, sharp Pax on the reverse, full and sharp legends on both sides of the coin, a well centered and struck coin, a beauty.  The apparent ”marks” in front of Maximinus’s face on the shots with the light from behind his bust are some sort of photo feature and not present in hand or in the photos with the light from the right.  Asking price:  $345 includes priority shipping and insurance within the United States, registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)

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Maximinus Denarius

000_2897.JPG000_2895.JPG000_2894.JPG000_2892.JPG000_2891.JPG000_2888.JPG000_2886.JPG000_2885.JPG000_2882.JPG000_2880.JPGMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, struck at Rome March AD 235-January AD 236, RIC IV, Part II, page 141, 14d; RSC 85; Van Meter 10, Obverse: laureate and draped bust of Maximinus facing right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Salus seated left, holding a patera in her right hand from which she is feeding a snake rising from an altar, SALVS AVGVSTI, very lustrous coin, a superb portrait of Maximinus in high relief with his patented and prominent nose and chin, very detailed reverse, full and clear legends on both sides with the exception of the V in AVG on the obverse softly struck, a beautiful coin with a wonderful portrait of Max Thrax, Asking price: $178 includes priority shipping and insurance000_2879.JPG

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Maximinus Denarius

000_0685.JPG000_0683.JPG000_0680.JPG000_0679.JPG000_0676.JPG000_0673.JPG000_0669.JPG000_0668.JPGMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, RIC 13; RSC 77;  Obverse: laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Maximinus facing right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Providentia standing left, holding a wand pointing to a globe at her feet in her right hand, and holding a cornucopia in her left arm, PROVIDENTIA AVG, very lustrous coin, a superb winner of a portrait in very high relief of Maximinus, very detailed reverse, full and sharp legends on both sides of the coin, nothing short of an incredible coin with pin sharp detail on the portrait and for Providentia, a blue ribbon coin that is well struck and centered!  Asking price: $320 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered to other countries (see shipping information page)

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Maximinus Denarius

000_0417.JPG000_0415.JPG000_0412.JPG000_0409.JPG000_0407.JPG000_0404.JPG000_0403.JPGMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, RIC 13; RSC 77;  2.8 gms, Obverse: laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Maximinus facing right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Providentia standing left, holding a cornucopia and pointing downward with a wand toward a globe at her feet, PROVIDENTIA AVG, very lustrous coin with a tiny touch of attractive toning, incredible portrait of Maximinus, very detailed and in high relief, detailed reverse, full and clear legends on both sides of the coin, a well centered and struck coin with the exception of the TI on the reverse just a tiny, tiny bit softly struck, a beautiful coin indeed, and in my opinion what a portrait!  Graded EF by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased it.  Asking price: $235 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered out of the U.S. (please see shipping information page)000_0400.JPG

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Maximinus Denarius

000_0205.JPG000_0204.JPG000_0199.JPG000_0198.JPG000_0196.JPG000_0195.JPG000_0191.JPG000_0173.JPG000_0170.JPG000_0166.JPG000_0165.JPG000_0164.JPG000_0162.JPG000_0161.JPG000_0158.JPG000_0157.JPGMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, struck at Rome, RIC 12; RSC 31a; Van Meter 5, Obverse: laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Maximinus facing right, IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, Reverse: Pax standing left, holding a branch raised in her right hand, and a long scepter in her right, PAX AVGVSTI, very lustrous coin, fantastic portrait of Maximinus in very000_0190.JPG high relief, very detailed Pax on the reverse, full and sharp legends on both sides, the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased this coin grades it Choice EF, Note: what appear to be scratches on the reverse left field in the photos with the light from the left are not, or rather whatever they are I cannot see even under bright sunlight and twisting the coin at different angles.  A beautiful coin well worthy of the grade of Choice EF, Asking price: $315 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)

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Maximinus Denarius

000_9742.JPG000_9741.JPG000_9740.JPG000_9739.JPG000_9738.JPG000_9737.JPG000_9735.JPG000_9734.JPG000_9733.JPG000_9732.JPG000_9731.JPG000_9730.JPG000_9729.JPG000_9727.JPG000_9726.JPG000_9725.JPGMaximinus Denarius, Emperor AD 235-238, RIC IVii, 4, page 39; RSC 56,  Obverse: laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Maximinus facing right, MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Reverse: Maximinus standing half left between two standards, holding a long vertical scepter, PM TR P II COS PP, very lustrous coin with just the slightest hint of attractive toning, sharp and absolutely superbly chinned, beaked, and bewhiskered portrait of Maximinus (no effort at softening here!) in high relief, very detailed emperor and devices on the reverse, full and clear legends on both sides of the coin, just a beauty, Asking price: $275 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)000_9724.JPG

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