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4 coins found


Vespasianus
Denarius, struck 76 AD in Asia Minor (Ephesus?).
Obv.: T CAES IMP VESP CENS, Titus head, laur., r. (usually with an annulet below the neck truncation).
Rev.: COS - V, eagle stg. facing on garlanded base, head r., wings open.
RIC² 1481 (R); RIC¹ 379; L 485; RPC 1457
Picture: Numismatica Ars Classica

 Romanatic-ID: 4549

Vespasianus
Denarius, struck 76 AD in Asia Minor (Ephesus?).
Obv.: T CAES IMP VESP CENS, Titus head, laur., r. (usually with an annulet below the neck truncation).
Rev.: COS - V, Minerva stg. r. on prow, r. holding spear, l. shield; to r., owl.
RIC² 1482 (R2); RIC¹ 378; L 484; RPC 1456

 Romanatic-ID: 4550

Vespasianus
Denarius, struck 76 AD in Asia Minor (Ephesus?).
Obv.: T CAES IMP VESP CENS, Titus head, laur., r. (usually with an annulet below the neck truncation).
Rev.: COS V, bull stg. r.
Sometimes the bull looks more like a cow.
RIC² 1483 (R2); O; RPC 1458
Picture: Gorny & Mosch Giessener Münzhandlung

 Romanatic-ID: 4551

Vespasianus
Denarius, struck 76 AD in Asia Minor (Ephesus?).
Obv.: T CAES IMP VESP CENS, Titus head, laur., r. (usually with an annulet below the neck truncation).
Rev.: COS V, Pegasus r.
RIC² 1484 (R2); RIC¹ 192; P 372
Picture: Classical Numismatic Group

 Romanatic-ID: 4552