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Tiberius Denarius

000_3339.JPG000_3332.JPG000_3327.JPG000_3326.JPG000_3320.JPG000_3315.JPG000_3312.JPGAD 14-37, 3.74 gms, Lugdunum Mint, RIC I 30, page 95, BMC 48, Sear (2000), #1763v, pg. 346, Obverse: laureate bust of Tiberius facing right, TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS, Reverse: Pax/Livia seated facing right on a chair with ornate legs, feet resting on a small footstool, holding long vertical scepter and olive branch, PONTIF MAXIM, a lustrous coin, much more than my photography shows, with just the lightest hint of attractive toning, superb high relief portrait with a pronounced aquiline nose (what a hawk-beak), very detailed coin on both obverse and reverse, full legends on both sides, which is often not the case with this type according to my research, a beautiful coin all around!, Note: the spot at one o’clock is just that, a stable tiny spot on the coin which doesn’t detract at all from the coin, I’ve examined it carefully over the years and I suppose a metallurgical expert would be needed to determine what it is exactly, insignificant to me, but wanted to note it here, Asking price: $895 includes priority shipping and insurance in the U.S., registered overseas (please see shipping information page)000_3305.JPG

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