Titus As mule?

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Aleph, Nov 17, 2019.

  1. Aleph

    Aleph Active Member

    The joys of finding coins in the rough, in person, un slabbed, not on the internet. I saw this today at a local coin show. This Titus as is very worn but is otherwise problem free and attractive. Trying to attribute it, I don’t see it in RIC. The Aeternitas issues should go with deified Vespasian issues cf RIC 379-381, while the obv should be cf RIC 61-82. Has anyone seen this combo before? Assuming it’s authentic, it would be a mule? David Atherton, are you around? ;) 29D6446E-80E0-407D-B91D-7D2CCB21010E.jpeg 41677ED0-F4DF-452D-872A-7BD023EB90E0.jpeg

    O: IMP T CAES VESP AVG P M TR P COS VII (2nd I under head). Laur. head left.
    R: AETERNIT... Aeternitas stand right.
     
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  3. shanxi

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  4. Aleph

    Aleph Active Member

    Ah, thank you. I missed the faint I, so COS VIII not COS VII.
     
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