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Romano-British Empire, Carausius, Mid 286 - Spring or Early Summer 293 A.D.
The obverse and reverse legends and types are known from the London mint with MLXXI in the exergue and B - E across the reverse field (RIC V-2 31, Web Carausius 34). This variety, without marks and perhaps unofficial, is unpublished in the many references examined by Forum. We also could not find an example online. This is the only example known to Forum.
RA73246. Billon antoninianus
, Apparently unpublished
, RIC V-2
-, Webb Carausius
-, SRCV IV
-, King Unmarked
-, Burton Latimer
-, et al.
, aVF, green patina
, broad flan
, crude, light marks, unmarked mint, weight
3.624g, maximum diameter
22.1mm, die axis
, c. mid 286 - early/mid 287; obverse
IMP CARAVSIVS P F AVG
and draped bust
right, early reign moustache portrait type
; reverse FELICITAS AVG
fortune of the Emperor), Felicitas
standing facing, head
left, long caduceus
vertical in right hand, cornucopia
in left hand; from the Charles Peters Carausius
Collection; possibly unique!
Catalog current as of Saturday, March 17, 2018.
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