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AR Denarius, Spain, April-June 68. 
BON EVENT Female head right, wearing fillet in hair. Rev. PACI PR Clasping hands, holding caduceus. 
BMC 4. RIC 4. 
Rare. Toned and very fine. 
  1,200 $
5 AR Denarius (3.49 g, 6h). Spanish mint. 
PACI P R, Female bust right, fillet round forehead and hair knotted above neck. Rev. BON EVENT, Clasped right hands holding winged caduceus.
RIC I 5; BMC 3. 
VF, toned. Rare
British Museum  
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Different feature
  AR Denarius (3.14 g, 6h). Spanish mint. 
PACI P R, Female bust right, fillet round forehead and hair knotted above neck. Rev. BON EVENT, Clasped right hands holding winged caduceus.
RIC I 5; BMC 3. 
VF, toned. Rare
British Museum  
9 AR Denarius (3.64 g , 5h), Spain, April-June 68. 
BON EVENT Female head right, wearing fillet in hair. Rev. ROMA RENASC Roma standing right, holding Victory in her right hand and scepter with her left. 
BMC 9. C. 396. Martin 52 (this coin cited). Nicolas 49MZ (this coin). RIC 9. Vagi 755. 
Rare. Attractively toned. Nearly extremely fine. 
From the de Guermantes collection, and from that of G. Mazzini, I, pl. LXIII, 396. 
Leu Numismatik AG Auction 86 - May 5th, 2003 
No.:780
2,200 chf
11 AR Denarius (3.57 g, 6h). Spanish mint. 
BONI EVENT Diademed and draped female bust right. Rev. ROMA RENASCES, Roma standing right, holding Victory and spear surmounted by eagle. 
RIC I 11; AM 53; RSC 400. 
VF, toned, an old scratch in obverse left field, a pair of shallow edge test cuts. Rare
Classical Numismatic Group  Auction 75 - 23 May 2007
No.: 1011
550 $
14 AR Denarius (3.15 g, 6h). Spanish mint. 
BONI EVENTVS Female bust right, diademed. Rev. VIRTVS Virtus standing left, right knee bent, holding Victoriola in right hand and parazonium in left hand. 
RIC I 14; BMC 14. 
VF, toned.
British Museum  
17 AR Denarius (3.84 g, 6h). Spanish mint. 
GENIO P R Bare head of Genius to right, behind cornucopia. Rev. MARTI VLTORI, Mars advancing right, holding spear in right hand, shield in left hand and parazonium on left side. 
RIC I 17; BMC 1. 
VF, toned. Rare
British Museum  
18 AR Denarius (3.38 g, 6h). Spanish mint. 
GENIO P R Bust of Genius right, bare-headed with short hair and wearing wreath of berries or flowers; behind, cornucopia. Rev. MARTI VLTORI, Mars advancing right, holding spear in right hand, shield in left hand and parazonium on left side. 
RIC I 17; BMC 1. 
VF, toned. Rare
British Museum  
20 AR Denarius April-June/July 68, Spanish mint in support of Galba. 3,58 g. 
GENIO P R Diademed bust of Genius to l., cornucopia behind. Rev. MARTI VLTORI Mars standing facing, head to l., in r. hand spear, in l. hand shield. 
RIC 20. BMC pl. 49,15. C. 384 var. Vagi 757 var. 
Of highest rarity. Small planchet fault on edge. Very fine.
Ex Auction Hess-Leu, Lucerne, 12 April 1962, lot 441. Ex Ryan Coll., Auction Glendining, London, 2 April 1952, lot 126. Ex Walters and Webb Coll., Auction Hess, Lucerne, 18 December 1933.
UBS Auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1514
5,000 chf
24 AR Denarius (3.00 g, 5h). Tarraco mint. Struck under Galba in Spain, April-June AD 68. 
LIBERTAS, draped bust of Libertas right / RESTITVTA P-R, pileus (cap of liberty) between two daggers. 
RIC II 24; AM 49T (same reverse die as the example in Turin); RSC 394. 
VF, deeply toned, minor marks under tone. Extremely rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Auction 72 - 14 June 2006
No.: 1405
18,000 $
25 AR Denarius, Spain 68-69, 3,41 g, 6h. 
LIBERTAS P R Draped bust of Libertas r., wearing necklace. Rev. RESTITVTA Pileus between two vertical daggers.
BMC 8. RIC 25. 
Rare. Scratchs on both sides very fine
British Museum  
27 AR Denarius, Spain 68-69, 3,37 g. 
LIBERTAS RESTITVTA Draped bust of Libertas r., wearing necklace. Rev. S P Q R on shield within oak-wreath. 
C Galba 431. BMC 12. RIC 27. CBN 10. Martin 91.
Rare. Surface somewhat porous and good very fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 45 - April 2nd, 2008 
No.: 96
2,000 chf
Unlisted AV Aureus, Spain 68-69. 
LIBERTAS RESTITVTA Draped bust of Libertas r., wearing necklace. Rev. S P Q R on shield within oak-wreath. 
C Galba 430.
Good very fine
Harlan J. Berk 32,500 $
28 AR Denarius, Spain 68-69, 3,28 g, 6h. 
LIBERTATI Citizen advancing right, wearing toga and pileus, holding up wreath in right hand. Rev. RESTITVTA Victory standing right on globe, holding wreath in right hand and palm in left hand.
BMC 13. RIC 28. 
Near very fine
British Museum  
34 AR Denarius (2.89 gm, 6h). Spanish mint. 
ROMA Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory and resting hand on parazonium; foot set on helmet. Rev. PAX Clasped hands holding winged caduceus between two stalks of grain and two poppies P - R in field. 
RIC I 34; AM 48; BMCRE 6; RSC 398. 
VF, toned, light obverse scrape at center and edge, porous. Very rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Sale 69 - 8 June  2005. 
No.: 1542
1,300 $
37 AV Aureus (7.13 gm, 7h). Gallia Lugdunensis, A.D. 68-69.
Bust of Minerva, draped, wearing aegis, helmeted right. Rev. SECVRITAS P R Securitas, wearing long tunic and cloak seated right on throne, resting head on right hand, right elbow on back of throne and holding sceptre in left, in front lighted altar hung with garlands.
RIC I 37; BMCRE 37. 
FDC.
British Museum  
39 AR Denarius. Gallia Lugdunensis, March-May A.D. 68. 
Mars bust to right, helmeted and draped. Rev. P - R in field, SIGNA in exergue, Aquila between two standards, altar between aquila and right standard. 
RIC 39. BMC 42. 
Very fine.
  2,200 $
43 AV Aureus (7.13 gm, 7h). Gallia Lugdunensis, A.D. 68-69.
GENIVS P R Bust of Genius, bearded and diademed, right; behind, sceptre. Line border. Rev. MARS VLTOR Helmeted Mars, unclothed, advancing right, brandishing javelin with right hand and supporting shield on left arm, parazonium visible at left side. 
RIC I 43; BMCRE 21. 
Near extremely fine.
British Museum  
44 AR Denarius (3.18 gm, 6h). Gallia Lugdunensis, A.D. 68-69.
GENIVS P R Bust of Genius, bearded and diademed, right; behind, sceptre. Line border. Rev. MARS VLTOR Helmeted Mars, unclothed, advancing right, brandishing javelin with right hand and supporting shield on left arm, parazonium visible at left side. 
RIC I 44. 
Large areas of corrosion, Fine.
British Museum  
46 AR Denarius (3.54 gm, 4h). Gallia Lugdunensis, A.D. 68-69.
GENIVS P R Bust of Genius, bearded and diademed, right; behind, sceptre. Line border. Rev. S P Q R within oak-wreath.
RIC I 46. BMC 22.
Very Fine.
British Museum  
48 AR Denarius (3.67 gm). Gallia Lugdunensis, March-May A.D. 68. 
G P R, diademed and draped bust of bearded Genius Populi Romani right, scepter over shoulder. Rev. MARS VLTOR, helmeted Mars, unclothed, advancing right, brandishing javelin with right hand and supporting shield on left arm, parazonium visible at left side. 
RIC 48. Cf. CBN 15 (aureus). 
Extremely rare! Unusually fine style for this brief emergency issue. Pleasant light gray toning. Nearly extremely fine.
Freeman and Sear 6,000 $
50 AV Aureus (7.34 gm, 6h). Gallia Lugdunensis, A.D. 68-69.
MARS VLTOR Bust of Mars Ultor right, bearded, helmeted and draped. Rev. P - R in field, SIGNA in exergue, Aquila between two standards, altar between aquila and right standard. 
RIC I 50; BMCRE 38. 
Near extremely fine.
British Museum  
51 AR Denarius, Gaul circa 68-69, 3.43 g. 
MARS VLTOR Mars, naked but for helmet, advancing r., brandishing spear and holding shield; parazonium at l. side. Rev. S P Q R within oak wreath. 
C Galba 414. BMC 23. CBN 23. RIC 54. P.H. Martin, 
Very rare. About extremely fine
  4,200 $
54 AR Denarius, Gaul circa 68-69, 3.43 g. 
MARS VLTOR Mars, naked but for helmet, advancing r., brandishing spear and holding shield; parazonium at l. side. Rev. S P Q R within oak wreath. 
C Galba 414. BMC 23. CBN 23. RIC 54. P.H. Martin, Die Anonymen Münzen des Jahres 68 nach Christus, 71.
Very rare. About extremely fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 29 - May 11th, 2005
No.: 491
3,600 chf
56 AR Denarius, Gaul circa 68-69, 3.42 g, 6h. 
PACI AVGVSTAE Pax-Nemesis, winged, advancing right, holding out fold of dress in right hand and left hand pointing caduceus at snake before her. Rev. S P Q R within oak wreath. 
BMC 26. RIC 56. 
Scratchs on both sides. Fine
British Museum  
57 AR Denarius (3.56 gm). Gallic mint. 
PAX ET LIBERTAS, clasped hands; caduceus behind. Rev. P R across field, SIGNA in exergue, Legionary aquila before lighted altar; military standard on either side. 
RIC I 57; AM 66; BMCRE pg. 299 note; RSC 408a. 
VF, light scratches in obverse fields. Very rare.
Classical Numismatic Group Mail Bid Sale 67 - September 22nd, 2004
No.: 1346
1,150 $
58 AR Denarius, Gaul 68-69, 2.94 g. 
PAX ET LIBER-TAS Two clasped hands holding winged caduceus. Rev. SPQR within wreath. 
C 424. BMC 27. RIC 58. CBN 24. AM 82.
Rare. Surfaces somewhat porous and very fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 51 - 5 March 2009 
No.: 895
2,000 chf
59 AR Denarius, Gaul circa 68-69, 3.42 g, 6h. 
ROMA Helmeted bust of Roma to right, with towered crown. Rev. IVPPITER  CVSTOS Jupiter, naked to waist and with cloak falling from left shoulder, seated left, holding thunderbolt in right hand and vertical sceptre in left hand.
BMC 17. RIC 59. 
Good very fine.
British Museum  
62 AR Denarius (17mm, 2.69 g). Mint in Gaul. 
ROMA RESTITVTA Helmeted bust of Roma right / IVPPITER LIBERATOR Jupiter seated left, holding thunderbolt and sceptre. 
RIC I 62; AM 20; RSC 374. 
Near VF, toned, porous. Rare.
Classical Numismatic Group 460 $
64 AR Denarius, Gaul circa 68-69, 2.23 g, 6h. 
SALVS ET LIBERTAS Helmeted female figure standing right, holding long vertical spear in right hand and left hand resting shield on ground. Rev. P R across field, SIGNA in exergue, Legionary aquila before lighted altar; military standard on either side. 
BMC 43. RIC 64. 
Ancient forgery, nearly extremely fine.
British Museum  
65 AV Aureus, Gaul circa 68-69, 7.4 g, 6h. 
SALVS ET LIBERTAS Helmeted female figure standing right, holding long vertical spear in right hand and left hand resting shield on ground. Rev. SPQR within wreath. 
BMC 28. RIC 65. 
Extremely fine.
British Museum  
66 AR Denarius, Gaul circa 68-69, 2.39 g, 7h.  
SALVS ET LIBERTAS Female figue standing right, holding spear in right hand and resting shield. Rev: SPQR in laurel wreath 
RIC 66; BMC 29
Ancient forgery, toned, very fine.
British Museum   
71b AV Aureus, Gaul circa 68-69, 7.72 g, 4h. 
SALVS GENERIS HVMANI Victory standing left on globe, right hand holding wreath, left holding palm. Rev. SPQR within wreath. 
RIC 71b. 
Good very fine.
British Museum   
72a AR Denarius, Gaul circa 68-69, 3.22 g, 12h.  
SALVS GENERIS HVMANI (retrograde) Victory standing left on globe, right hand holding wreath, left holding palm. Rev: SPQR in laurel wreath 
RIC 72a; BMC 34.
Toned, very fine.
British Museum   
72b AR Denarius, AD 68, 
SALVS GENERIS HUMANIS Victory standing left holding wreath. Rev: SPQR in wreath.
RIC 72; BMC 34; S 2062
Toned, about extremely fine.
  3,000 $
73b AR Denarius (3.5 gm, 9h). Gallic mint. Struck circa 68-69. 
SALVS GENERIS HVMANI, Victory standing right on globe, holding palm and wreath. Rev. S P Q R, in one line within oak wreath. 
RIC I 73b; RSC 421. 
Toned, nice VF. Extremely rare
British Museum   
74 AR Denarius (2.37 gm, 6h). Gallic mint. Struck circa 68-69. 
SALVS GENERIS HVMANI, Pax-Nemesis, winged, advancing right, holding out fold of dress in right hand and left hand pointing caduceus at snake before her. Rev. S P Q R, legend in one line within oak wreath. 
RIC I 73b; RSC 421. 
Ancient forgery, toned, EF.
British Museum  
76 AR Denarius (3.65 gm, 12h). Gallic mint. Struck circa 68-69. 
SALVS GENERIS HVMANI, Victory standing right with right foot on globe, inscribing V on shield balanced on knee. Rev. S P Q R / P P / OB CS, in three lines within oak wreath. 
RIC I 76. 
Toned, large areas of corrosion. Fine.
British Museum  
78 AR Denarius (2.95 gm, 6h). Gallic mint. Struck circa 68-69. 
VIRT, Bust of Virtus, helmeted, right. Rev. IVPPITER CVSTOS, Jupiter, naked to waist and with cloak falling from left shoulder, seated left, holding thunderbolt in right hand and vertical sceptre in left hand.
RIC I 78. BMC 18.
Good very fine.
British Museum  
78A AR Denarius (3.61 gm, 6h). Gallic mint. Struck 68-69 AD. 
VIRTVS Helmeted bust of Virtus to right. Rev : S P Q R around shield, crossed spears behind. 
RIC I 78A.  
Extremely fine.
British Museum  
79 AR Denarius (3.19 gm, 6h). Gallic mint. Struck 68-69 AD. 
VOLKANVS VLTOR Bust of Vulcan, bearded, right, wearing round cap. Rev. GENIO P R Cap of Vulcan (?) over anvil, with tongs on left and hammer on right. 
RIC I 79. BMC 16.
Good very fine.
British Museum  
81 Aureus, Spain and Gaul 68-69, AV 7.50 g. 
Bare head of Augustus (?) r. Rev. Capricorn bearing cornu- copiae on its back and holding globe and rudder; below, AVGVSTVS
C 20. BMC 44 and pl. 51, 1 (these dies). RIC 81 (these dies). CBN , cf. 48 (denarius). Martin -, cf. A2 (denarius). Calicó 164a.
Exceedingly rare, very few specimens known. An intriguing and historically important issue. Minor marks, otherwise extremely fine / about extremely fine
Ex Lanz sale 114, 2003, 293 (illustrated on the front and on the back cover page).
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 51 - 5 March 2009 
No.: 203
26,000 chf
82 AR Denarius (3.7 gm, 11h). Gallic mint. Struck 68-69 AD. 
Head of Augustus, bare, right. Rev. AVGVSTVS Capricorn right, holding globe to which rudder is attached; above, cornucopia. 
RIC I 82. BMC 46.
Extremely fine.
British Museum  
88 AR Denarius (3.38 gm, 6h). Spanish mint. Struck 68-69 AD. 
Head of Augustus, bare, right. Rev. CAESAR DIVI F Victory standing left, holding wreath in right hand and palm in left hand over left shoulder. 
RIC I 88. BMC 48.
Very fine.
British Museum  
92 AR Denarius (3.30 gm). 'Augustus' issue. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head of Augustus right / DIVVS IVLIVS, eight-rayed comet. 
RIC I 92; Martin A10; BMCRE 49; BN -; RSC 98a. 
Good VF, light porosity, obverse flan flaw. Very rare. 
Classical Numismatic Group Triton VI - January 14th, 2003
No.: 827
2,500 $
94 AR Denarius, restored Augustan issue. March-May 68 A.D. Vienne. 
Bare head of Augustus r., CAESAR AVGVSTVS. Rv. Bull walking r., IMP. above. 
RIC-, BMC-, cp. RIC 94. 
Very rare. Lightly granular surfaces. Choice Very Fine.
Stack's - 17 December 2008  
No.: 190
4,500 $
100 AR Denarius (3.36 gm, 6h). Spanish mint. Struck 68-69 AD. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F Head of Augustus, bare, right. Rev. IMP XII in exergue, Bull butting left. 
RIC I 100. BMC 51.
Good very fine.
British Museum  
102 AR Denarius (2.86 gm, 6h). Mint in Gaul or Spain. Struck March-May 68-69 AD. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F Head of Augustus, bare, left. Rev. OB / CIVES / SERVAT, in three lines within oak wreath.  
RIC I 102. BMC 52.
Good very fine.
British Museum  
104 AR Denarius (3.34 gm, 6h). Mint in Gaul or Spain. Struck 68 AD. 
AVG DIVI F P P Head of Augustus, bare, right. Rev. S P Q R within oak wreath.  
RIC I 104. BMC 53.
Good very fine.
British Museum  
105 AR Denarius (3.17 gm, 6h). Mint in Gaul or Spain. Struck 68 AD. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS Head of Augustus, bare, right. Rev. S P Q R within oak wreath.  
RIC I 105. BMC 54.
Fine.
British Museum  
106 AR Denarius (3.17 gm, 6h). Mint in Gaul or Spain. Struck 68 AD. 
CAESAR AVGVSTVS Head of Augustus, laureate, right. Rev. S P Q R within oak wreath.  
RIC I 106. BMC 55.
Very Fine.
British Museum  
109 AR Denarius (3.66 gm, 6h). Mint in Gaul or Spain. Struck 68 AD. 
AVG DIVI F P P Head of Augustus, laureate, right. Rev. S P Q R / P P / OB CS, in three lines within oak wreath. 
RIC I 109. BMC 56.
Good very fine.
British Museum  
110 AR Denarius (3.45 gm, 6h). Mint in Gaul or Spain. Struck 68 AD. 
AVGVSTVS DIVI F Head of Augustus, laureate, left. Rev. Victory advancing left, holding shield inscribed CL V.
RIC I 110. BMC 57.
Large areas of corrosion, very fine.
British Museum  
114 Aureus, Spain and Gaul (?) 68, AV 7.25 g. 
DIVVS AVGVSTVS Radiate head of Augustus r. Rev. PAX Pax standing l., holding caduceus in r. hand, corn ears and poppies in l. 
C . BMC . RIC 114. CBN 65. Martin A24B (these dies). Calicó 454 (these dies).
Extremely rare and an issue of tremendous fascination and historical importance.
Light traces of edge filing and a graffito on obverse field, otherwise very fine
Numismatica Ars Classica  Auction 52 - 7 October 2009
No.: 356
15,000 chf
116 AR Denarius (3.29 gm, 8h). Mint in Gaul or Spain. Struck 68 AD. 
DIVVS AVGVSTVS Head of Augustus, radiate, right. Rev. SENATVS P Q ROMANVS Victory advancing left, holding shield inscribed VI / AV.
RIC I 116. BMC 59.
Fine.
British Museum  
116
Different feature
AR Denarius (3.43 gm, 6h). Mint in Gaul or Spain. Struck 68 AD. 
DIVVS AVGVSTVS Head of Augustus, radiate, right. Rev. SENATVS P Q ROMANVS Victory advancing left, holding shield inscribed VI / AV.
RIC I 116. BMC 59.
Very fine.
British Museum  
118 AR Denarius, Southern Gaul circa 68-69, AR 3.53 g. 
FIDES / EXERCITVM Clasped r. hands. Rev. CONCORDIA PRAETORIANORVM Concordia standing l., holding branch and cornucopiae. 
C Galba 359. BMC 61. CBN 71. RIC 118. Martin 3.
Rare. Good very fine
Numismatica Ars Classica Auction 29 - May 11th, 2005
No.: 492
1,100 chf
120 AR Denarius (3.08 gm, 6h). Mint in Gaul. Struck 69 AD. 
FIDES / EXERCITVM Clasped r. hands. Rev. FIDES / EXERCITVM Clasped r. hands.
RIC I 120.
Ancient forgery, very fine.
British Museum  
121 AR Denarius, Southern Gaul circa 68-69, AR 3.44 g, 7h. 
FIDES / EXERCITVM Clasped r. hands. Rev. FIDES / PRAETORIANORVM Clasped r. hands. 
C Galba 359. BMC 61. CBN 71. RIC 118. Martin 3.
British Museum  
124 Aureus, circa 68-69, Southern Gaul (Nemausus?). 7,45 g.
I O M - CAPITOLINVS. Draped and diademed bust of Jupiter to left. Rev: VESTA - P - R QVIRITIVM. Vesta seated on throne, holding patera  to right and long torch to left. 
RIC 124.
Extremely fine.
Cologne  
125a AR Denarius, circa 68-69, Southern Gaul (Nemausus?). 3,51 g. 
I O M - CAPITOLINVS. Draped and diademed bust of Jupiter to left, palm-branch before. Rev: VESTA - P - R QVIRITIVM. Vesta seated on throne, holding patera  to right and long torch to left. 
RIC 125 (a). C. 432 (Galba). BMC 72. Martin 96.
Good very fine.
Ex N. B. Hunt, Sotheby's, Auction 21. / 22. June 1990 (New York), Nr. 690, and ex Bank Leu AG, Auction 52 (15. May 1991, Zürich), Nr. 174. 
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 94 - 22 November 1999 
No.: 275
2,500 $
125b AR Denarius, circa 68-69, Southern Gaul (Nemausus?). 3,51 g. 
I O M - CAPITOLINVS. Draped and diademed bust of Jupiter to left. Rev: VESTA - P - R QVIRITIVM. Vesta seated on throne, holding patera  to right and long torch to left. 
RIC 125 (b). C. 432 (Galba). BMC 72. Martin 96.
Good very fine.
British Museum  
126 AR Denarius, circa 68-69, Southern Gaul (Nemausus?). 3,51 g. 
VESTA P R QVIRITIVM. Draped and diademed bust of Jupiter to left. Rev. FIDES / EXERCITVM Clasped r. hands.
RIC 126. BMC 64.
Ancient forgery, very fine.
British Museum   
127b AR Denarius, 68, Southern Gaul . 3,34g. 
VESTA P R QV - IRITIVM. Draped and diademed bust of Vesta to right. Rev: I O M - CAPITO - LINVS. Jupiter seated on throne, holding patera to right and sceptre to left in distyle temple 
RIC 127 (b) var. C. - . BMC - . CBN - .
Very fine.
Numismatik Lanz München Auction 128 - May 22nd, 2006 
No.: 292
1,500 $
128 AR Denarius, 68, Southern Gaul . 2,62g, 5h. 
VESTA P R QVIRITIVM. Draped and diademed bust of Vesta to right, lighted torch in front. Rev. I O MAX - CAPITOLI - NVS. Jupiter seated on throne, holding patera to right and sceptre to left in distyle temple 
RIC 128. BMC 70 . 
Very fine.
British Museum  
130 AR Denarius, 68, Germany .
ADSER - TOR LIBERTATIS. Helmeted head of Mars to right. Rev. LEGIO XV PRIMIG. Victory to right, placing helmet on trophy. 
RIC 130 . 
Extremely fine.
  4,000 $
135 AR Denarius, 68, African mint. 3,03 g, 12h. 
HISPANIA S C. Bust of Hispania right, laureate and draped; behind, two javelins; in front, two corn-ears; below, round shield. Rev. S P Q R around shield, crossed spears behind.
RIC 135. BMC 15 .
Fine.
British Museum  
136 AR Denarius, April-June 68, African mint in support of Galba. 2,65 g. 
VIRTVS Helmeted female head of Virtus to r. Rev. S P Q R counter-clockwise in the angles of two crossed spears on which round shield. 
RIC 136. C. -. Vagi 762. 
Of highest rarity. Very fine.
UBS Auction 78 - 9 September 2008
No.: 1513
4,000 chf

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