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1 coin found

Sestertius, struck 64-66 AD in Lugdunum.
Obv.: NERO CLAVD CAESAR AVG GER P M TR P IMP P P, Nero head, laur., r., globe at point of neck.
Rev.: S - C, triumphal arch, hung with wreath across front and l. side; above, the emperor in facing quadriga escorted on r. by Victory holding wreath and palm and on l. by Pax holding caduceus and cornucopia; just below the quadriga on extreme l. and r., two small figures of soldiers; on l. side of arch in niche, figure of Mars stg. facing, r. holding spear, l. round shield; ornamental reliefs on the face and plinths of the arch.
* Very small globe (seems to be an earlier form).
RIC² 392 (C); Vi.; WCN 410
Picture: Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung

 Romanatic-ID: 1361