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Roman Empire. Marius 269 C.E.

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Lot 0108 Details

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  • Title: Roman Empire. Marius 269 C.E.
  • Date/Period: 269 C.E.
  • Dimension: 19 mm
  • Material: Billon Antoninianus
  • Description: Roman Empire. Marius. 269 C.E. Mint. Cologne. Billon Antoninianus. 3 grams. 19 mm. Obverse, emperor draped and cuirassed bust, right. IMP C MARIVS PF AVG. Reverse, clasped hands. CONCORDIA MILITVM.

    Reserve: $300.00

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    Roman Empire. Marius 269 C.E.

    Estimate $350 - $400Jul 14, 2020
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