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Antoninus Pius denarius Italia
AR Denarius
Antoninus Pius, 138-161 CE
Diameter: 18mm Weight: 3.24 grams

Laureate head to right.

Reverse: ITALIA
Italia towered, seated left on globe, holding cornucopiae and sceptre.

Mint: Rome

- This coin can be dated between 140 to 143 CE.
- A scarcer issue of Antoninus, alluding to Italian domination over the world. The cornucopiae symoblises the Roman belief in the prosperity and good fortune they had brought the world
- Denarii minted under the reign of Antoninus Pius had a target weight of 3.4 grams and an average silver content of 88%.

Ex Mike Vosper Coins, 2006
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*Alex  [Oct 24, 2014 at 01:48 PM]
Beautiful little coin.