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Philip II Antoninianus

Philip II Antoninianus, Caesar AD 244-247, Emperor AD 247-249, struck at Rome as Caesar AD 245-246, RIC 216c, RSC 54, 24 mm, 3.89 gms, Obverse:  radiate and draped bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse:  Philip, in military attire, standing right, holding a globe in his left palm and a spear in his right hand, PRINCIPI IVVENT, a beautiful and well struck and centered coin that is very lustrous with just the tiniest touch of attractive golden toning, an exquisite portrait of the young caesar, a detailed and sharp Philip on the reverse, and full and clear legends on both sides, a very lovely and pin sharp coin struck on a large flan and graded Nice EF by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased it, Asking price:  $235 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)

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Philip II Antoninianus

Philip II Antoninianus, Caesar AD 244-247, Emperor AD 247-249, struck at Rome as Caesar AD 244-246, RIC 218d, RSC 48, 21.85 mm, 4.46 gms, Obverse:  radiate and draped bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse:  Philip standing half-left, a globe resting in his right palm and holding an inverted spear in his left arm, PRINCIPI IVVENT, a well struck and centered coin that is just pin sharp, a very lustrous coin graded Uncirculated by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased it with a wonderful portrait of Philip and a detailed caesar on the reverse, full and clear legends on both sides, a lovely, lovely coin, Asking price:  $275 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered to other countires (please see shipping information page)

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Philip II Antoninianus

Philip II Antoninianus, Caesar AD 244-247, Emperor AD 247-249, struck at Rome as Caesar AD 244-246, RIC 218d, RSC 48, 4.41 gms, Obverse:  radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse:  Philip, wearing military attire, standing facing, his head turned left, holding a globe in his upright right palm and an inverted spear in his left arm, PRINCIPI IVVENT, a well struck and centered coin that is pin sharp, lovely, and very lustrous with a superb portrait of this young son of Philip I, a detailed caesar on the reverse, and full and clear legends on both sides, a real beauty of a coin and graded Extremely Fine by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased it, Asking price:  $240 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered to other countries (see shipping information page)

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Philip II Antoninianus

Philip II Antoninianus, Caesar AD 244-247, Emperor AD 247-249, struck as Caesar at Rome AD 244-246, RIC 218d, RSC 48, 23 mm, 3.89 gms, Obverse:  radiate and draped bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse:  Philip standing left in military dress, holding a long scepter in his left hand and a globe in his right, PRINCIPI IVVENT, a lustrous coin with attractive very light gray even toning throughout, a very nice portrait of Philip, detailed Philip on the reverse, and full and clear legends on both sides, a lovely coin well struck and centered with just a little wear on the high points of the obverse,  Asking price:  $82 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered to other countries (see shipping information page)

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Philip II Antoninianus

Philip II Antoninianus, Emperor 247-249, struck as Caesar at Rome AD 245, RIC 213, RSC 13, 23 mm, 4.8 gms, Obverse:  radiate and draped bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse:  Jupiter standing half-left, his head turned left, holding his thunderbolt with his right hand and a long scepter in his left arm, IOVI CONSERVAT, a very lustrous coin with just a superb portrait of Philip, a detailed Jupiter on the reverse, and full and clear legends on both sides, a well struck and centered coin with a reverse that from my researches is scarcer than this young caesar’s seemingly ubiquitous PRINCIPI issues, a very beautiful coin, Asking price:  $195 includes priority shipping and insurance, registered to other countries (see shipping information page)

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Philip II Antoninianus

Philip II Antoninianus, Caesar AD 244-247, Emperor AD 247-249, minted as Caesar at Rome AD 244-246, RIC 217, RSC 59,  3.56 gms, Obverse:  radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse:  Philip II standing right in military attire holding a globe and a spear, with a soldier standing behind him, PRINCIPI IVVENT, very lustrous coin, just a superb and expressionistic portrait of the young caesar, detailed Philip and soldier and devices on the reverse, full and clear legends on both sides, a beautiful coin well struck and centered on a broad flan, Asking price:  $385 includes priority shipping and insurance, registered to other countries000_4908000_4911000_4906000_4912

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Philip II Antoninianus

000_4548.jpg000_4554.jpg000_4549.jpg000_4553.jpgPhilip II Antoninianus, Emperor AD 247-249 (Caesar AD 244-247), minted as Caesar, RIC 218d, RSC 48,  22 mm, 4.76 gms, Obverse:  radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse:  Philip standing left, wearing military garb, holding a globe in his upraised right palm and a reversed spear in his left arm, PRINCIPI IVVENT, very lustrous coin with just a touch of attractive toning, a superb portrait of the young caesar, detailed Philip and devices on the reverse, full and clear legends on both sides of the coin, a well struck and centered example of Philip that is just lovely, Asking price:  $150 includes priority shipping and insurance, registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)

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Philip II Antoninianus

000_4456.jpg000_4454.jpg000_4459.jpg000_4452.jpgPhilip II Antoninianus, Emperor AD 247-249, RIC 224, RSC 72,  4.47 gms, Obverse:  radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Philip II facing right, IMP PHILIPPVS AVG, Reverse:  Goat walking left, SAECVLARES AVGG, III in exergue, very lustrous coin, great portrait of the young emperor, detailed goat on the reverse (struck much better than most I’ve seen for this issue), full and clear legends on both sides, a beautiful and well struck and centered coin, struck on a HUGE flan, Asking price:  $465 includes priority shipping and insurance, registered to other countries (please see shipping information page)

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Philip II Antoninianus

000_3321.JPG000_3320.JPG000_3317.JPG000_3316.JPG000_3314.JPG000_3312.JPG000_3310.JPG000_3309.JPG000_3307.JPG000_3306.JPGPhilip II Antoninianus, Emperor AD 247-249, struck as Caesar AD 244-247, RIC 216c; RSC 54; Van Meter 10/2, Obverse: radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse: Philip II standing right, holding a globe and a spear, PRINCIPI IVVENT, very lustrous coin, a sharp and superb portrait of this young son of Philip I in high relief, very detailed reverse, full and sharp legends on both sides, a lovely, lovely coin well struck and centered, Asking price: $250 includes priority shipping and insurance000_3304.JPG

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Philip II Antoninianus

000_3090.JPG000_3088.JPG000_3087.JPG000_3085.JPG000_3057.JPG000_3056.JPG000_3055.JPG000_3052.JPG000_3051.JPG000_3049.JPG000_3048.JPG000_3047.JPG000_3042.JPG000_3039.JPGPhilip II Antoninianus, Emperor AD 247-249, struck at Rome as Caesar AD 244-246, RIC IV, Part III, 218d; RSC 48; Van Meter 10/1, Obverse: radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust of Philip II facing right, M IVL PHILIPPVS CAES, Reverse: Philip II standing left, holding a globe in his upraised right palm and an inverted spear in his left arm, PRINCIPI IVVENT, very lustrous coin with very light attractive toning, a superb and sharp portrait of the young son of Philip I in very high relief, very detailed and sharp reverse, full and sharp legends on both sides, graded Mint State by the numismatist/dealer from whom I purchased the coin, a gem, Asking price: $255 includes priority shipping and insurance000_3038.JPG

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