Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Victor_Clark, Feb 11, 2024.
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Bust style indicates Alexandria though. Hmm. I will keep looking.
DIVO MAXIMIANO MAXIMINVS AVG FIL; Laureate head of Galerius to right.
AETERNAE MEMORIAE GALERI MAXIMIANI; Large altar with flames, decorated with eagle standing left on wreath, head turned to right and holding wreath in beak; I in right field.
In ex ANT
RIC VI Antioch --
here is what a nice example looks like
That is indeed a rarity - and with that particular letter in the right field, possibly unique? I couldn't find one exactly like it on ACSearch, anyway.
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