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  1. galba68

    galba68 Well-Known Member

    Gallienus, pegasus, 1,5o gr...


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  3. Bing

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  4. expat

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  5. GarrettB

    GarrettB Well-Known Member

    Nice coins. Not a Pegasus, but my most recent auction purchase.


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  6. Alegandron

    Alegandron "ΤΩΙ ΚΡΑΤΙΣΤΩΙ..." ΜΕΓΑΣ ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΣ, June 323 BCE

    How bout his wife with a deer rev?


    RI Salonina wife of Gallienus 254-268 CE AE Ant 3.61g 20mm Rome mint 267-268 CE crescent Deer Walking delta RIC V 16

    How bout going backwards in time 500 years for Rome, since I do not have a Gallienus Pegasus?

    RR AE Double Litra 235 BCE 19.5mm 6.54g Rome mint Hercules r club - Pegasus r club ROMA Cr 27-3 HN Italy 316 S 591
  7. philologus_1

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    Pegasus spent a lot of time flying through numismatic air space! Here's Pegasus flying over Acro-Corinth ca. 37-41AD during the reign of Caligula (RPC 1173c) . . .
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  8. kountryken

    kountryken Well-Known Member

    WOW! That thing is nice, especially as old as it is, and, I assume it wasn't dropped last week, lol.
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  9. nerosmyfavorite68

    nerosmyfavorite68 Well-Known Member

    It's a nice find!

    Even counting bulk lots, I have very few AE Ant's of Gallienus. Most of my coins are either Sestertii or 'AR' Ant's from Cologne.

    I'll mix it up an post a reduced sestertius.


    Orichalcum sestertius, RIC V 216, C -, aVF/F, 12.464g, 25.2mm, 180o, Rome mint, [IMP C P LIC GALLI]ENVS AVG, laureate and draped bust right; reverse [IOV]I CONSERVATORI S C, Jupiter standing left, thunderbolt in right, scepter in left (Ex Forum)
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  11. sky92880

    sky92880 Well-Known Member

    Pegasus from Gallienus : sRIC283.jpg now some other animals form Gallienus :
    sRIC181var.jpg sRIC207var3.jpg sRIC245var.jpg

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  12. Jims Coins

    Jims Coins Well-Known Member

    Bronze Coin (AE Antoninianus) minted at Rome during the reign of GALLIENUS between 267 - 268 A.D. Obv. GALLIENVS.AVG.: radiate head right. Rev. SOLI.CONS.AVG.: Pegasus r., springing heavenward. SEAR #29923. RSCIV #979. RICV #S283. DVM #270. RCSVIII #10362.

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