Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by JayAg47, Nov 22, 2020 at 7:34 AM.
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and a set of bad emperors:
I think it gotta have Honorius!
@JayAg47.......Nice looking set!.....I completed mine not long ago and know the feeling. Especially like the Nerva!..Congrats....
I'm still on the hunt for Lucius Verus and finding him as difficult to acquire as Nerva!
An interesting extension to the set I'm working on at the moment are the 'chicas' to compliment them.....Still need a Crispina but do have a Lucilla...
Here's my set as of now.....
Here's my set, put together a little while ago. I updated my coin of Verus this year. I have none of the women of this era.
@JayAg47 . I especially like your Nerva!
I just recently completed my first phase of this sub-Collection.
Nerva-Antonines: A Huge Milestone for my Collection
The only Nerva I have in my collection is a quadrans, modius on obverse, winged caduceus on the reverse (or the other way around?!)
For Commodus, for the moment I will settle with my Antich provincial.
@JayAg47. I cannot get there in all silver - but here's a mixed set with a bonus Aelius:
@JayAg47 . Well done.
RI Nerva AE Dupondius 96-98 CE LIBERTAS PVBLICA -pileus TIF
RI Trajan Egypt AE Dichalkon Laureate hd L Rhinoceros walking L LI-Z yr 17 CE 113-114 12.9mm 1.25g Emmet 719 var. rhino right
RI Hadrian AR Quinarius 1.3g, 14mm Rome, AD 119-122 cuirassed laureate COS III Victory seated wreath palm RIC 108a
RI Antoninus Pius 138-161 CE BI Tet Alexandria Egypt Dikaiosyne Scale
RI MARCUS AURELIUS AR Den as Caesar TR POT VI COS II - Genius stg at altar hldg standard
RI LUCIUS VERUS 161-169 AE24 As Rome L VERVS AVG ARMENIACVS Bare head r Mars trophy TR P IIII IMP II COS II S-C RIC 1377
RI Commodus 177-192 CE AR Denarius 17.7mm 2.42g Apollo Plectrum Lyre RIC 218 RSC 25 BMCRE 292 Rare Type
That one is interesting!
Acquired it from SteveX6. I enjoyed his wonderful Animal Coin theme, and got one. Seems there are not too many Rhinos out there, most are walking right, to mine errantly walking left. That would be Sinister to those superstitious Romans.
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