Empire romain. Julia Mamaea (Augusta, 222-235 apr. J.-C.). Sestertius, Rome mint, AD 224. VENERI FELICI, Venus holding Cupid and sceptre

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Empire romain. Julia Mamaea (Augusta, 222-235 apr. J.-C.). Sestertius, Rome mint, AD 224. VENERI FELICI, Venus holding Cupid and sceptre
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Roman Empire - Julia Mamaea (Augusta, AD 222-235). Bronze sestertius (15,17 g. 28 mm.)
From Rome mint 224.

IVLIA MAMA-EA AVGVSTA, diademed and draped bust of Julia Mamaea right.
VENERI FELICI, S C across field, Venus standing facing, head right, holding scepter and Cupid. RIC 694; BMC 190; Cohen 62

Beautiful brown patina. Excellent example!

Please see the photos for a better impression.

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ACG239

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Empire romain
Julia Mamaea (Augusta, 222-235 apr. J.-C.)
Valuta
Sestertius
Année / Période et Variation
Rome mint, AD 224. VENERI FELICI, Venus holding Cupid and sceptre
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Non gradé(e)
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