Roman silver coin (denarius) issued by Antoninus Pius, circa 145 - 161
Roman silver coin (denarius) issued by the Emperor Antoninus Pius, circa 145 - 161 AD.
Obverse: Laureate bust of Antoninus Pius looking right with the legend ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP around.
Reverse: The legend COS IIII around thunderbolt on draped throne.
Artist: Unknown die engraver at the mint of Rome.
Origin: Attributed to the mint of Rome. No mint mark.
Materials and method: Struck in good quality silver from engraved dies.
Dimensions: 18 mm diameter.
Weight: 3.30 gm
Date struck: Attributed to the years 145-161 AD.
Condition: Very Fine.
References: Cohen 345; RIC 137.
Stock no: C052
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