, 22 May 337 - March or April 340 A.D.
This is apparently unpublished and this is the only example of the known to . This was used for very (both R5) issues of and . CNG e-auction 368, lot 496, is with this same , also 5th , but with on the left holding a on globe and .RL76392.
, and , October 49 - 15 March 44 B.C., M. Metellus
The finest artistic rendering of has handled. Beautifully . An example of this sold for $9,200 (including buyers fees) in the V sale.SH06905. Silver
, 1407, 480/3, 1056, 34, near EF, 3.56 g, maximum 19.3 mm, 180o, mint, M. Metellus, moneyer, Jan - Feb 44 B.C.; IMP, Caesar's wreathed right, and behind ; MēMETELLVS, holding and transverse , resting elbow on set on base or helmet, G (control mark) in left ; from the Scott Collection; ; SOLD
, 22 April - 29 July 238 A.D.
Magnificent. Spectacular portrait. Beautifully with traces of blue. This coin is the scarcer of two types minted with the same but with different legends. The refers to the mutual clarity or shared vision of the emperors and . Because they were quarreling they were unable to put up a joint defense against the praetorians. They were both murdered after a reign of only 99 days.SH07654. Silver
, , 2, 10a; 4; 80, aEF, 4.26 g, maximum 22.4 mm, 0o, mint, M CLOD PVPIENVS AVG, , draped, and right; (Mutual Clarity of the Emperors), clasped ; from the Scott Collection; ; SOLD
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