More roman coins for IDing

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  1. lucag123

    lucag123 Member

    IMG_20190909_192845.jpg IMG_20190909_192908.jpg IMG_20190909_192938.jpg IMG_20190909_193008.jpg IMG_20190909_193251.jpg IMG_20190909_193303.jpg Hi all
    Usually I'd post these individually but I'm not so sure if there's enough details on these to actually even get an ID.
    Hopefully one of you guys can help me.
    Any useful help is welcome.
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  3. Suarez

    Suarez Well-Known Member

    Those really are a mess but first two look like Constantius II; top a SPES REIPVBLICAE and bottom a Fel temp
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  4. lucag123

    lucag123 Member

    Yes that first one looks right. What is a fel temp?
  5. Andres2

    Andres2 Well-Known Member


    FEL TEMP REPARATIO meaning Happy days are here again
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  6. gsimonel

    gsimonel Supporter! Supporter

    The bottom one is a Claudius II Gothicus commemorative, minted by his brother, Quintillus. There are many barbarous imitations of this coin; it's not possible to determine if yours is official or barbarous. Here's an official one (from Wildwinds - not my coin or photo):
    "Claudius, AE antoninianus, Milan mint.

    DIVO CLAVDIO, radiate head right.
    CONSECRATIO, altar with flames above, front divided into four
    sections with dot in each section.
    No mintmark.

    RIC V-1, 261 Milan, Minster hoard 476, common."
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  7. lucag123

    lucag123 Member

    I'm not sure how you were able to figure that out, but massive thanks. I'm in awe of the knowledge of some of the people on this site.
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