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Gallienus - Antelope Left51 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVS[AV]G, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [DIANA]ECONSAVG, Antelope left, less common type depicting the antelope half from behind with both rear legs visible.
Exergue:- Gamma
RIC cf.181 GOBL 716b(2) CUNETIO 1345 CMR 7a3(E)

There are 5 coins of this type in the Cunetio Hoard
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Gallienus - Antelope Left48 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Antelope left (head looking up)
Exergue:- Gamma
RIC cf.181 GOBL 716b(1) CUNETIO 1344 CMR 7a3(C)

This variation of the Antelope where the head is looking up isn't depicted in the drawing types for the Antelope in Figure 9 in Appendix 5 of the Cunetio. Although it is not so uncommon as I have seen about 3 or 4 examples coming up for sale in the last couple of years, and there is one example is shown in Gobl but with a different obverse (716u). Judging from the differences recorded between the other example types in Figure 9 in the Cunetio (for example Tigress items 5 & 6, Doe item 20 & 21 or 23 & 240) one would assume that the authors would have also recorded the head being raised on the Antelope had such an example been present. Therefore the logical conclusion is that this variation is unlikely to have been present in the Cunetio Hoard.
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Gallienus - Antelope Left23 viewsObverse:- GALLI[ENV]SAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- D[IANA]ECONSAVG, Antelope left
Exergue:- Gamma
RIC cf.181 GOBL 716b(1) CUNETIO 1344 CMR 7a3(A)
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Gallienus - Antelope Left24 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVS[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [DIANAE]CONSAVG, Antelope left
Exergue:- ?

I can't quite make out the Officina in the Exergue, it seems more likely to be Gamma, but the horns on this Antelope point it more to the type GOBL 723b which is from the Delta Officina


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Gallienus - Antelope Left24 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Antelope left
Exergue:- Gamma
RIC 181 GOBL 716b(1) CUNETIO 1344 CMR 7a3(B)
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Gallienus - Antelope Left16 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [DIANAE]CONSAVG, Antelope left
Exergue:- Gamma over XII

A very interesting example showing 2 different officina marks in the exergue, and possibly being over struck on a reverse from a 3rd officina. The incuse (impression line from bust) can be clearly seen on the reverse.

This coin was discussed in the following thread
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/board/index.php?topic=100717.0
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Gallienus - Antelope Left21 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIA NAECONSAVG, Antelope left
Exergue:- Gamma
RIC cf.181 GOBL 716b(1) CUNETIO 1344 CMR 7a3(D)

Nice example with long wavy horns and a large gap/break in the reverse legend
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Gallienus - Antelope Left12 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Antelope left
Exergue:- Gamma
RIC 181 GOBL 716b(1) CUNETIO 1344 CMR 7a3(B)

A coin from the Normanby hoard, discovered in 1983 in Normanby, North Lincolnshire

Provenance : Purchased from Art Ancient Ltd and formerly in the collection of W.Katz.
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Gallienus - Antelope Left9 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right curaissed bust with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANA[E]CONSAVG, Antelope left
Exergue:- Retrograde Gamma
RIC cf.181 GOBL 716u var CUNETIO 1344 var CMR 7i3(D) var

There is no record of a retrograde gamma antelope in Gobl or in Cunetio/Venera hoards. The curaissed bust is also rare for the Antelope types with only 3 examples recorded in Gobl and a rarity grade of R4 in CMR (Catalogue Des Monnaies Romaines)

The Catalogue des Monnaies Romaines goes into good details on the bust
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Gallienus - Antelope Right27 viewsObverse:- [G]ALLIENVSA[VG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- D[IANAECON]SAVG, Antelope right
Exergue:- Gamma
GOBL 717b CMR 8a3
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Gallienus - Antelope Right20 viewsObverse:- [GALL]IENVSAV[G], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [DIA]NAECONSAVG, Antelope Right
Exergue:- Off flan
GOBL 717b

From the information published in the Cunetio & Gobl and other examples I've found on the internet (not so many). The near side front leg is always to the rear of the far side front leg (like my other Antelope right). On this particular coin the front legs are the other way round, which could indicate it is not an Antelope type but perhaps one of the Gazelle types. The right facing Gazelle from the XI Officina is quite common, however the rear legs are always seen from behind and the horns are usually short and straight rather than curvy. The right facing Gazelle from the XII Officina is uncommon and does have examples with both sets of legs in the same position as this coin, but again the horns are different, longer, straight and sweeping back over the body rather than curvy. It is a shame the Officina mark is off flan, but for the time being I'll stick with an Antelope attribution until further research informs me otherwise.
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Gallienus - Antelope/Gazelle Imitations19 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- IANACONSER??TRI Antelope/Gazelle Right
Exergue:- blank

Two examples of imitations which I believe are contemporary, both coins are noticeably lighter in weight and seem to be created with the same pair of dies. The position of the antelope in relation to the bust is slightly different for both coins.
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Gallienus - Boar56 viewsObverse:- [GALLIEN]VSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- HE[RCVLICONSAV]G, Boar right
Exergue:- E
RIC 202 GOBL 729b CUNETIO 1367 CMR 16a5
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Gallienus - Bull Left37 viewsObverse:- [GALLIE]NVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICON[SAVG], Bull left
Exergue:- XI
RIC 285var GOBL 748b CUNETIO 1407 CMR 27a11
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Gallienus - Bull Left6 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head left with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG, Bull left
Exergue:- XI
RIC 285var GOBL 748c CUNETIO 1407var CMR 27a+11

The left facing bull is one of the rarest type in the zoo series. CMR gives it a rarity value of R4 indicating that there are 2 to 5 known examples. The left facing standard type of bust is equally rare. In CMR there are only two types of reverses recorded with it, the right face bull and the left facing goat, again both have the rarity value of R4 indicating that there are 4 to 10 known examples of zoo series having this bust.

This coin combines both and is the only known example, a real rarity amongst the rare :)
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Gallienus - Bull Right61 viewsObverse:- GALLIEN[VSAVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLIC[ONSAV]G, Bull standing right
Exergue:- XI
RIC 285 GOBL 749b CUNETIO 1404 CMR 28a11
(purchased from the FORVM shop)
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Gallienus - Capreolus21 viewsObverse:- [GA]LLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- IVNONICONSAVG, Combination of Goat/Stag Left
Exergue:- Delta
RIC 224 GOBL 725b CUNETIO Not listed

Rare Gallienus mule with reverse of Salonina

Provenance :- Purchased from Harlan J Berk
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Gallienus - Capricorn44 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCONSAVG, Capricorn right
Exergue:- Stigma
RIC 245 GOBL 732b CUNETIO 1377:1 CMR 24a6
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Gallienus - Capricorn39 viewsRoman Provincial Coins
Gallienus, Anazarbos, 253-268
Obverse:- Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust
Reverse:- Capricorn on globe
Triassarion 253/254 (year 272)
AE. 5,81 g.
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Gallienus - Capricorn16 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVS[AV]G, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [NEPTVN]OCONSAVG, Capricorn right
Exergue:- Stigma
RIC 245 GOBL 732b CUNETIO 1377:1 CMR 24a6
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Gallienus - Capricorn48 viewsObverse:- [G]ALLIENVS AVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNO CONS AVG, Capricorn right
Exergue:- Stigma
RIC 245 GOBL 732b CUNETIO 1377:1 CMR 24a6

Die match E-auction 32-11156
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Gallienus - Centaur Left45 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Centaur left with globe but missing the rudder
Exergue:- H

CMR 1a8(A)
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Gallienus - Centaur Left42 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Centaur left with globe and rudder
Exergue:- H (off flan)

CMR 1a8(A)
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Gallienus - Centaur Left 19 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLIN[ICONS]AVG, Centaur facing left with globe & rudder
Exergue:- H
RIC 164 GOBL 738b(2) CUNETIO 1386 CMR 1a8(B)

Much less common variation with both fore feet on the ground. Note there are no examples with the fore feet on the ground shown in Gobl, presumably an oversight, since the variation was known before being published in the Cunetio. I've added the (2) to the Gobl reference number in imitation of the classification of the same difference in the right facing Centaurs i.e. 735b(1) & 735b(2)
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Gallienus - Centaur Left40 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVS[AV]G, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLI[NICONSAVG], Centaur left with globe and rudder
Exergue:- H
RIC 164 GOBL 738b CUNETIO 1386 CMR 1a8(A)
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Gallienus - Centaur Left 17 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Centaur facing left with globe & rudder
Exergue:- H
RIC 164 GOBL 738b CUNETIO 1386 CMR 1a8(A)
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Gallienus - Centaur Left15 viewsObverse:- GALLIEN[VSAVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLIN[ICONSAVG], Centaur facing left with globe & rudder
Exergue:- H
RIC 164 GOBL 738b(2) CUNETIO 1386 CMR 1a8(B)

Another example of the less common variation with both fore feet on the ground. Again I've added the (2) to the Gobl reference number in imitation of the classification of the same difference that occur in the right facing Centaurs i.e. 735b(1) & 735b(2)
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Gallienus - Centaur Right51 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICO[NSAVG], Centaur right with crossbow
Exergue:- Z
RIC 163 GOBL 735b(1) CUNETIO 1378
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Gallienus - Centaur Right25 viewsObverse:- [GALLI]ENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [AP]OLLINICONSAVG, Centaur right with bow
Exergue:- Z
RIC 163 GOBL 735b(1) CUNETIO 1378 CMR 2a7(A)
Interesting centaur with an unusually shaped raised foreleg, perhaps a die cutters attempt at making the near side leg raised or some remnant of the actual die cutting process.
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Gallienus - Centaur Right52 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Centaur right with bow, less common variation with both forelegs on the ground
Exergue:- Z
RIC ---- GOBL 735b(2) CUNETIO 1378 CMR 2a7(B)
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Gallienus - Centaur Right32 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Centaur right with crossbow
Exergue:- Z
Interesting double strike on reverse. On the obverse there seems to be an impressed Centaur of the same type.
RIC 163 GOBL 735b(1) CUNETIO 1378 CMR 2a7(A)
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Gallienus - Centaur Right22 viewsObverse:- GALL[I]ENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Centaur right with spear (or perhaps crossbow)
Exergue:- Z
RIC 163 GOBL 735b(1) CUNETIO 1378 CMR 2a7(A)

This is another example where the front fore leg seems to continue round to the back of the Centaur.
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Gallienus - Centaur Right12 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Centaur right with bow, less common variation with both forelegs on the ground
Exergue:- Z
RIC ---- GOBL 735b(2) CUNETIO 1378 CMR 2a7(B)
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Gallienus - Centaur Right9 viewsObverse:- GALLIEN[V]S[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAV[G], Centaur right with bow
Exergue:- Retrograde Z
RIC 163 GOBL 736b CUNETIO 1382 CMR 2a7(A) var

Second example with a retrograde Z officina
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Gallienus - Centaur Right8 viewsObverse:- GALLIEN[V]S[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [AP]OLLINICON[SAV]G, Centaur right with bow
Exergue:- Retrograde Z
RIC 163 GOBL 736b CUNETIO 1382 CMR 2a7(A) var
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Gallienus - Criocamp38 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- MERCVRIOCONSAVG, Criocamp right
Exergue:- H
RIC 242 GOBL 741b CUNETIO 1389
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Gallienus - Doe Left26 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Doe standing left, looking right
Exergue:- E
RIC 177 GOBL 727b CUNETIO 1365
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Gallienus - Doe Left19 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONS[AVG], Doe standing left, looking right
Exergue:- E
RIC 177 GOBL 727b CUNETIO 1365

This is likely to be a rare variation of the left standing doe looking right, where the front legs are in the reversed position to the usual type. This is only example I've personally seen so far. The Left standing Doe is a good deal more uncommon than Right standing Doe the Cunetio lists 37 verses 228, GOBL records 38 verses 227, while La Verena 16 against 128 .

As a note of caution when comparing the figures quoted in the Gobl with those of Cunetio / Verena or other hoards. Some of the examples pictures in Gobl are referenced as coming from these hoards, therefore it is probable that some of these coins were also likely to have been included in his survey figures. Since the total numbers in Gobl clearly don't included all the coins from Cunetio & Verena or other hoards, this "double bubble" comparison could potentially skew the figures (probably making rarer coins seem less rare). That said Gobl's figures are not so far away in terms of percentages from either the Cunetio or Verena hoards & this may well have been a deliberate undertaking by the author.
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Gallienus - Doe Right13 viewsObverse:- [...][GALLIENVS]AVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANA[ECONSAVG], Doe walking right, looking left, rear seen from behind
Exergue:- E
RIC 176/7 GOBL 728b/z CUNETIO 1360

Second example where the rear is seen from behind. This is one of those coins where it is impossible to say if the obverse legend is an IMPGALLIENVS or just GALLIENVS fortunately 3 coins in the Cunetio Hoard seem to be same hence the singular Cunetio Reference.
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Gallienus - Doe Right28 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSA[VG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECO[N]S[AV]G, Doe walking right, looking left
Exergue:- E
RIC 176 GOBL 728z CUNETIO 1357
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Gallienus - Doe Right29 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Doe walking right, looking left
Exergue:- E
RIC 177 GOBL 728b CUNETIO 1361
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Gallienus - Doe Right22 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Doe walking right, looking left
Exergue:- E
RIC 176 GOBL 728z CUNETIO 1357
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Gallienus - Doe Right21 viewsObverse:- [I]MPGALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAV[G], Doe standing right, looking left
Exergue:- E
RIC 176 GOBL 728z CUNETIO 1357

At first glance you will might think this is another standard right standing doe looking left. However the front legs are the wrong way round to most other examples, the fore leg on this example being behind the far side leg (rather than to the front). This variation is not shown in types in the Cunetio in figure 9 Appendix 5. Nor does there seem to be any distinction made in Gobl between the two variations. Differences of a similar nature are show in the doe type and other types so one would assume that this variation was not found in the Cunetio Hoard nor in any of the reference sources for Gobl. Possible making it rare or at least uncommon. During my research I found 2 other examples.
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Gallienus - Doe Right14 viewsObverse:- [GALLIENV]SA[VG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONS[AVG], Doe standing right, looking left
Exergue:- e off flan
RIC 177 GOBL 728b CUNETIO 1361

In bad condition, but this is one of the other doe coins that I previously mentioned which has the forelegs reversed to the normal type.

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Gallienus - Doe Right19 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [DIANA]ECONSAVG, Doe walking right, looking left rear seen from behind
Exergue:- E
RIC 176 GOBL 728z CUNETIO 1357

The first (and better) of two coins where the doe's rear is seen from behind. Accordingly there was only one single example of this variation in the Cunetio hoard.
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Gallienus - Doe Right13 viewsObverse:- IMPGAL[LIEN]VSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [D]IANAECONSA[VG], Doe standing right, looking left
Exergue:- [E]
RIC 176 var GOBL 728z var CUNETIO 1357 var CMR 10bb5

The standard right facing bust with both ties off the shoulder (type F Gobl, type b CMR) is not a very common bust, most examples come from the tigress type, but they have been recorded on left & right facing centaurs, left facing stags and right facing XI gazelles. Now we can add the Doe standing right facing left type to this list.

This particular coin has a IMP prefix on the bust legend. As far as I know it is the only recorded example of this f type bust with the IMP GALLIENVS legend.
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Gallienus - Gazelle XI Left33 viewsObverse:- GAL[LIENVS]AVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAE[CONSAVG], Gazelle left, rear seen from behind
Exergue:- XI
RIC 181 GOBL 746b CUNETIO 1403

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Gallienus - Gazelle XI Left16 viewsObverse:- [GA]LLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAE[CONSAVG], Gazelle left, rear seen from behind
Exergue:- XI
RIC 181 GOBL 746b CUNETIO 1403

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Gallienus - Gazelle XI Left16 viewsObverse:- [G]ALLIENVS[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [D]IANAEC[ONSAVG], Gazelle left, rear seen from behind
Exergue:- XI
RIC 181 GOBL 746b CUNETIO 1403

Unusual long flowing horns for the Gazelle XI left, the front left leg is forward as oppose to the right leg (compared to my other two examples)
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Gallienus - Gazelle XI Right16 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Gazelle Right
Exergue:- XI
RIC 181 GOBL 747b CUNETIO 1401

Generally with the Gazelle XI facing right coins the near side front leg is forward of the far side leg, however this coin has the front legs the other way around. This is another variation that isn't detailed in Appendix 5 figure 9 of the Cunetio.
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Gallienus - Gazelle XI Right11 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAV[G], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [D]IANAEC[ON]SAVG, Gazelle Right
Exergue:- XI
RIC 181 GOBL 747b CUNETIO 1401

A second coin with front legs the switched around to usual way.
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Gallienus - Gazelle XI Right35 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Gazelle Right
Exergue:- XI
RIC 181 GOBL 747b CUNETIO 1401

Let me draw your attention to the mustache which seems particularly well preserved on this coin.
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Gallienus - Gazelle XI Right15 viewsObverse:- G[ALLIENV]SAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Gazelle Right
Exergue:- IX
RIC 181 GOBL ???? CUNETIO ????

Rare/unlisted example with IX for the officina mark in the exergue. So far I've not found any other examples although there is a left facing IX gazelle listed in the Venera hoard (LV79)
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Gallienus - Gazelle XII Left52 viewsObverse:- GALLIEN[VSA]VG, Head right cuirassed bust with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Gazelle left
Exergue:- XII
RIC 181 GOBL 750u CUNETIO 1410
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Gallienus - Gazelle XII Left27 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECO[N]SAVG, Gazelle left
Exergue:- XII
RIC 181 GOBL 750b CUNETIO 1408

At first glance this coin seems to have an XI in the exergue, however according to the Cunetio one of the subtle differences between the coins of the XI & XII officina are the rear legs, those from XI are seen from behind, whilst those from XII are not. On closer inspection and only in right light you can just make out a raised area which corresponds to the missing I (see small picture in the middle). Whether this was done deliberately or not is not for me to make judgements but it does at least keep the coin in line with the Cunetio statement about the rear legs. The only other coin I came across which maybe refute this statement for the XI Gazelle can be found in the coin project (http://www.coinproject.com/coin_detail.php?coin=218931).
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Gallienus - Gazelle XII Left11 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAV[G], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAE[CONSAV]G, Gazelle Left
Exergue:- IIX
RIC ???? GOBL ???? CUNETIO ????

An interesting piece with a Officina mint mark error. The style of the gazelle could make it possibly a contemporary imitation. The X is a particularly interesting shape looking more like a cross rather than X, maybe simply an unintentional coincidence or perhaps we could tentatively speculate that it was deliberate act by an early Christian die maker?. Different dies to the ZF57 example in Gobl, and to the coin in Helveticas collection (referenced in Gallienus RIC list).
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Gallienus - Gazelle XII Left12 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECO[N]SAVG, Gazelle left
Exergue:- XII
RIC 181 GOBL 750z CUNETIO ----
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Gallienus - Gazelle XII Left16 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right Paludamentrest (portion of clock) on both shoulders with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Gazelle left
Exergue:- XII
RIC 181 GOBL 750e CUNETIO ????

This coin looks like it is a die match for the coin example listed (incorrectly) as 746e in Gobl
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Gallienus - Gazelle XII Right14 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Gazelle Right
Exergue:- XII
RIC 181 GOBL 751b CUNETIO 1415
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Gallienus - Gazelle XII Right 28 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown, draped and cuirassed
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Gazelle Right
Exergue:- XII (off flan)
RIC ??? GOBL ???? CUNETIO ????

I've listed this one as a Gazelle from the XII officina. The rear legs are wrong according to the Cunetio for the Gazelle XI types. Plus the front legs seem to be wrong for the Antelope Gamma types. The shape of the horns seem more in keeping with the Gazelle XII Type rather than both of the other types. The right facing Gazelle XII types seems to be more common than the right facing Antelope types.

The bust seems to be the type listed in Gbl as "Paludamentum ber Cra" (Paludamentum is a roman cloak/cape, ber = over & Cra = Cuirass which is a piece of armour which covers the torso) this is abbreviated as PCh in the tables. In table 20 which is where the animal series for Rome can be found, there is only listed a PCh2 bust type, the 2 digit relating to the ties/ribbons which would be hanging freely. This coin however seems to have one tie draped over the shoulder like the standard right facing busts which is indicated by the 1 digit (B1 for example for the standard right facing bust). This would make the bust type a PCh1 of which there are few examples in Gbl (for example table 7 38r) but none recorded in table 20 for the animal series.
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Gallienus - Gazelle XII Right16 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Gazelle Right seen from behind
Exergue:- XII
RIC ??? GOBL ???? CUNETIO ????

Rare example of a right facing Gazelle XII but seen from behind, which fly's in the face of the Cunetio statement about XI Gazelles only being seen from behind & XII Gazelles not.

Provenance :- Purchased from Harlan J Berk formally a lunalucifera.com coin
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Gallienus - Goat Left21 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right cuirassed bust with radiate crown one tie over shoulder
Reverse:- IOV[I]CO[NSAV]G, Goat left
Exergue:- Stigma
RIC 207 GOBL 730S CUNETIO ????

Another rare example of the cuiraissed bust with one tie over the shoulder. There are 5 recorded examples in Gobl for this bust (type CV1) but none marked against the left facing Goat reverses. In my collection there is one example of a left facing griffin (also not recorded in Gobl) with the same bust.
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Gallienus - Goat Left33 viewsObverse:- [GA]LLIE[NV]SAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- IOVICONSAVG, Goat left
Exergue:- Stigma (off flan)
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Gallienus - Goat Left18 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- IOVICON[SA]VG, Goat left
Exergue:- Stigma
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Gallienus - Goat Left29 viewsObverse:- [GA]LLIENVS[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [IOVICON]SAVG, Goat left
Exergue:- Stigma

Possibly an ex-museum piece
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Gallienus - Goat Right16 viewsObverse:- GALL[IENV]SAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- IOVIC[ON]SAVG, Goat right
Exergue:- Stigma
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Gallienus - Goat Right14 viewsObverse:- GALLI[ENV]SAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [IOVICON]SAVG, Goat right
Exergue:- Stigma
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Gallienus - Griffin Left31 viewsObverse:- GALL[IENVSAV]G, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APLLIN[I]CONSAVG, Griffin left
Exergue:- Delta
A second coin showing an engravers error in reverse legend missing the O in APOLLINI
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Gallienus - Griffin Left43 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Griffin left
Exergue:- Delta
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Gallienus - Griffin Left32 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Griffin Left
Exergue:- Delta
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Gallienus - Griffin Left30 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Griffin Left
Exergue:- Delta (off flan)
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Gallienus - Griffin Left30 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVS[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICOSAVG, Griffin left
Exergue:- Delta
Interesting engravers error in reverse legend missing the N in CONS
RIC 166 GOBL 718b CUNETIO 1351
http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/ric/gallienus/RIC_0166var.jpg
http://www.wildwinds.com/coins/ric/gallienus/RIC_0166var.txt
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Gallienus - Griffin Left14 viewsObverse:- [GALLIE]NVSAV[G], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAV[G], Griffin left
Exergue:- Delta
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Gallienus - Griffin Left19 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right cuirassed bust with radiate crown one tie over shoulder
Reverse:- [APOLLINICONS]AVG, Griffin Left
Exergue:- Delta

RIC --- GOBL 718s CUNETIO ----

Rare example of the cuiraissed bust with one tie over the shoulder. There are 5 recorded examples in Gobl for this bust (type CV1) but none marked against the Griffin reverses.
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Gallienus - Griffin Left21 viewsObverse:- ]IMPGAL]LIENVS[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [APO]LLINI[CON]SAVG, Griffin Left
Exergue:- Delta
RIC 165 GOBL 718b CUNETIO 1348

Rather an unusual style for the Griffin types, an odd looking head which might be the die cutters attempt at having the rear wing in a more foreshortening position or on second thoughts it is more likely to be an attempt at getting the head looking up (like some of the other animal types do). Also notice the tail is cut with lines and circles giving it a somewhat bony-like appearance.
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Gallienus - Griffin Right33 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Griffin right
Exergue:- Delta
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Gallienus - Griffin Right30 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINICONSAVG, Griffin right
Exergue:- Delta
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Left 21 viewsObverse:- GALL[IENVSAV]G, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPT[VNOCONSAV]G, Hippocamp left
Exergue:- N
RIC 245 var GOBL 742b CUNETIO Not Listed
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right30 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCONSAVG, Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right27 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCONSAVG, Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right27 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right cuirassed bust with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCONSAVG, Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right34 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCONSAVG, Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
RIC 245 GOBL 743b CUNETIO 1392
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right37 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSA[VG], Head right cuirassed bust with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCON[SAVG], Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
RIC 245 GOBL 743u CUNETIO 1393
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right31 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCONSAVG, Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
RIC 245 GOBL 743b CUNETIO 1392
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right29 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCONSAVG, Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
RIC 245 GOBL 743b CUNETIO 1392
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right38 viewsObverse:- G[ALLI]ENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [NEPTV]NOCONSAVG, Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
RIC 245 GOBL 743b CUNETIO 1392
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Gallienus - Hippocamp Right9 viewsObverse:- [GA]LLIENVS[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- NEPTVNOCONSAV[G], Hippocamp right
Exergue:- N
RIC 245 GOBL 743b CUNETIO 1392
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Gallienus - Lion26 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- HERCVLICONSAVG , Lion walking left
Exergue:- A
(ex lunalucifera.com coin)
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Gallienus - Pegasus Left31 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing left with reins
Exergue:- A
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Gallienus - Pegasus Left43 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing left
Exergue:- A
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Gallienus - Pegasus Left19 viewsObverse:- [G]ALLIEN[VSAVG] , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SO[LIC]ONSAVG , Pegasus springing left with reins
Exergue:- A (left of the groundline)
(ex lunalucifera.com coin)
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Gallienus - Pegasus Left16 viewsObverse:- [GALLIENVSAVG] , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOL[ICONSAVG] , Pegasus springing left
Exergue:- A
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Gallienus - Pegasus Left17 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing left
Exergue:- A
Provenance:- Previously in the collection of the Baron Louis Chaurand
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right42 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right34 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
Double strike on obverse, according to the notes in the Cunetio there is one example of a double strike on the obverse for this type.
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right43 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right50 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right41 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
Double strike on the obverse, according to the notes in the Cunetio there is one example of a double strike on the obverse for this type.
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right42 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right41 viewsObverse:- IMPGALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 282 GOBL 712z CUNETIO 1336
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right31 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right31 viewsObverse:- GALLIEN[VSAV]G , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- S[OLIC]ONSAVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right14 viewsObverse:- G[ALLIEN]VSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICO[NSAVG] , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337

A good example of over cleaning through electrolysis
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right17 viewsObverse:- GA[LLIEN]VSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONS[AVG] , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right12 viewsObverse:- G[ALLIE]NVSAVG , Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- SOLICONS[AVG] , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- A
RIC 283 GOBL 712b CUNETIO 1337
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Gallienus - Pegasus Right32 viewsObverse:- [GALLIENV]SA[VG] , Head right cuirassed bust with radiate crown
Reverse:- [SOLICONS]AVG , Pegasus springing right
Exergue:- [A]
RIC 283 GOBL 712u CUNETIO ---- VENERA 3466

A badly conditioned coin, however the bust is rare for this type. There are two examples recorded with the cuirassed bust with both ties off the shoulder in Gobl for the Pegasus facing right type. However the picture is missing from the plate in table 20. Per page 186 in MIR the supposed picture should have come from the Venera hoard ref 3466. Fortunately it is pictured in the Venera Catalog itself. The Venera catalog lists the coin 3466 as having an N in the exergue, however Gobl seems to record it under the Officina A classification. Looking at the picture of coin 3466 it just looks like a double I. I think the Venera catalog description is incorrect since there are normally 3 I's that make up these crude N's and this is just an attempt at an A. Note in my gallery pictures I also have examples of Pegasus coins with officina marks that look like X H or II.

The style of this cuirassed bust is of interest too. The front part of the cuirass is split into two sections. You can just make out a dot in the right hand side of the upper section which make me think that there should be more dots in this section (perhaps 3). In the lower section there seems to be vertical lines. Occasionally I've seen a cuirassed bust with dots but none so far with vertical lines. Which does make me question/wonder if the bust should be classified as something else.
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Gallienus - Stag Left42 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Stag left
Exergue:- X

RIC 179 GOBL 744b CUNETIO 1397:1
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Gallienus - Stag Left19 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Stag left (head facing upwards)
Exergue:- X
RIC 179 GOBL 744b CUNETIO 1397:2
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Gallienus - Stag Left13 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Stag left
Exergue:- X
RIC 179 GOBL 744b CUNETIO 1398

A rarer variation of the stag half seen from behind.
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Gallienus - Stag Provincial29 viewsRoman Provincial Coins
Gallienus, Ionia 253-268 AD
Obverse:- AYT K ΠO ΛIKI ΓAΛΛIHNOC, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right, from behind
Reverse:- EΦECIΩN Γ NEΩKO,PΩN (last three letters in exergue), Artemis right, catching stag, pulling it down by the antlers, left knee on animal's hindquarters
Ephesos mint
Bronze AE.
3.174g
(Purchased from Forvm Shop)

20.3mm
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Gallienus - Stag Right41 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Stag right
Exergue:- X
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Gallienus - Stag Right23 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- DIANAECONSAVG, Stag right
Exergue:- X or XI

Normally the officini for the stag is a X however in the exergue there is looks to be traces of a possible I (although this may just be a defect on the flan itself). The style of the antlers seems a bit odd compared to the usual types.
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Gallienus - Tigress Left30 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSA[V]G, Head right cuirassed bust with radiate crown
Reverse:- [LIBE]RO[PCONS]AVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
RIC 230 GOBL 713u CUNETIO 1341
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Gallienus - Tigress Left60 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- LIBEROPCONSAVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
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Gallienus - Tigress Left42 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- LIBEROPCONSAVG, Tigress Left
Exergue:- B
Sadly this coin is tooled round the edges and probably on the obverse.
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Gallienus - Tigress Left40 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- LIBEROPCONSAVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
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Gallienus - Tigress Left77 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- LIBEROPCONSAVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
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Gallienus - Tigress Left79 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVS[AVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- APOLLINI CO[NS AVG], Tigress left
Exergue:- B
Provenance :- Purchased from Harlan J Berk Buy or Bid sale 191 Lot 270.
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Gallienus - Tigress Left14 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown (both ties hanging freely)
Reverse:- LIB[EROP]CONSAVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
RIC 230 GOBL 713f CUNETIO 1341
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Gallienus - Tigress Left13 viewsObverse:- GALL[IENVSAVG], Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- [LI]B[EROP]CONSAVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
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Gallienus - Tigress Left33 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown (both ties hanging freely)
Reverse:- LIBEROPCONSAVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
RIC 230 GOBL 713f CUNETIO 1341
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Gallienus - Tigress Left13 viewsObverse:- GALLIENVSAVG, Head right with radiate crown
Reverse:- LIBEROPCONSAVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
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Gallienus - Tigress Left20 viewsObverse:- [GALLIE]NVSAVG, Head right cuirassed bust with radiate crown
Reverse:- L[IBEROPCON]SAVG, Tigress left
Exergue:- B
RIC 230 GOBL 713u CUNETIO 1342

Unusual example with a retrograde B in the exergue.
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