Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Elvis the new collector, Mar 16, 2022.
and I have never seen a Nero coin with a portrait style like this.
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The best advice is: "Know the coin or know the dealer."
@Elvis the new collector the portrait looks good, but on this type "IMP" is always on the right side after GERM - you can see the description here:
so yours may be a variant
This is my ‘Nero & Victory’ coin with a small dent.
Nero, as. RIC 543.
10,95 g. 29 mm.
Obv. IMP NERO CAESAR AVG P MAX TR P P P; Bare head right with globe on tip of bust.
Rev. Victory flying left holding shield inscribed S P Q R, S C in fields.
Minted in Lugdunum, A.D. 66.
@Marsman. Generally, the SPQR is worn where it can't be read without difficulty.
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