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Roman, Imperial Period. Vespasian, ca. 76 CE. Bronze Dupondius. Emperor Vespasian. Felicitas standing left holding caduceus and cornucopia. Radiate head of Vespasian right. Commodus, ca. 177 to 192 CE. Bronze sestertius, minted in Rome. Commodus, laureate head right. Fortuna seated left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. Nero, ca. 54 to 68 CE. Bronze as. GENIO AVGVSTI S C, Genius standing left. S687 RIC21. Trajan Decius, ca. 251 to 253 CE. Bronze sestertius. PANNONIAE, twin Panninine STG. Probus, ca. 276 to 282 CE. Silver antoninianus. Helmeted bust left with spear and shield. Emperor on horseback left, with captive at feet. ADVENTUS PROBI AVG, Rome mint. Cohen 64. Size of largest: 1.1" W (2.8 cm)
Vespasian, 12.8 g; Commodus, 21.5 g; Nero, 10.1 g; Trajan Decius, 18.1 g; Probus, 3.3 g
Provenance: private Healy collection, Studio City, California, USA, acquired over the last twenty years; [Nero] ex-Kenneth W. Dorney collection; [Probus] ex-Wayne Sayles collection
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