Aelius denarius

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  1. H8_modern

    H8_modern Attracted to small round-ish art

    This is another one from Andy that filled a hole. Then in my research I think I found an obverse die match on CNG.



    Aelius. Caesar, AD 136-138. AR Denarius (17.5mm, 3.41 g, 6h). Rome mint. Struck under Hadrian, AD 137. Bare head right / Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopia. RIC II 430 (Hadrian); RSC 50.
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  3. Sallent

    Sallent Live long and prosper Supporter

    Looks like you're having one amazing week. Two lovely coins at the same time. Couldn't get any better, unless there's a third coin we haven't seen yet. :D
  4. Severus Alexander

    Severus Alexander Blame my mother. Supporter

    A very appealing portrait!

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  5. Roman Collector

    Roman Collector Supporter! Supporter

    That's lovely! Agree it's an obverse die match to the CNG example.
  6. H8_modern

    H8_modern Attracted to small round-ish art

    Actually I have 5 more from the last two shows (consecutive weekends) but it would be a bit much to dump them all at once.
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  7. Jwt708

    Jwt708 Well-Known Member

    Looks like there's tons of relief on the obverse. Nice capture.
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