A wonderful gathering of 4 Roman silver coins, including: (top coin) Commodus, 177 to 192 CE, silver denarius, Rome mint. Obverse: laureate and bearded head right. Reverse: Nobilitas standing right, holding figurine of Minerva in left hand in front, right hand grasping a tall scepter behind. Compare RIC III, 155. Size of Titus: .625" W (1.6 cm); quality of silver: 93%; total weight: 12.1 grams
(bottom coin) Marcus Aurelius, 161 to 180 CE. silver denarius, Rome mint. Obverse: Laureate head right. Reverse: Annona standing left, holding cornucopia and grain ears over modius. Compare to RIC II 142; MIR 18, 115-4/30; RSC 484.
(left coin)Titus. As Caesar, 69 to 79 CE. Silver denarius. Obverse: Laureate head right. Reverse: Eagle standing left, head right, wings open. Compare to RIC II.1 1481; RPC 1457; RSC 61.
(right coin)Faustina II (daughter of Antoninus Pius) Silver Denarius. Rome, AD 154 to 157 CE. Obverse: Draped bust right. Reverse: Venus standing left, holding Victory and resting hand on shield. Compare to RIC 495a (Pius); RSC 15; BMCRE 1066 (Pius).
Provenance: ex-private New Jersey, USA collection
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All coins are in fine condition except the Titus which is about very fine.