Marc Antony and , Triumvirs, 26 November 43 - 36 B.C.
According to , this issue was struck sometime between 30 May 43 B.C. and early 42 B.C., during the time Antony was of Cisalpine and Transalpine Gaul and was of Gaul and Spain.RR84164. Silver , cf. 489/3, 3, 1158, Gaul 33, 1500 (other varieties with variations), aF, many banker's marks, 1.651 g, maximum 12.9 mm, 90o, Transalpine Gaul mint, Jun 43 - early 42 B.C.; M ANT IMP (or similar), implements of the augurate: (wand), capis (jug), and raven; LEP IMP (or similar), implements of the pontificate: (ladle), (ladle), (sacrificial ax), and (priest's hat); $120.00 (€106.80)
Roman Republic, M. Aemilius , c. 61 B.C.
An early appearance of triumvir as simple moneyer. He later followed the late in the position of and in 43 B.C. formed the with and Marc Antony.SH17985. Silver
, 371, 419/1, 827, 20, aVF, 3.658 g, maximum 18.0 mm, 135o, Rome mint, 61 B.C.; laureate and diademed female right; statue of Consul M. Aemilius , carrying ; ; SOLD
and , 42 B.C.
, 35, F, 3.63 g, maximum 19.3 mm, 225o, African mint, 42 B.C.; LEPIDVS IIIV(R) R P C, of right; IMP IIIVR R P C, of right; SOLD
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