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Valerian II, 253-255 A.D.

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Cilicia, Kolybrassos, Valerian II, 256-258 A.D.

AE 29, 11.96g. Draped bust of Valerian to right; eagle with spread wings below. Rev. Athena within tetrastyle temple. SNG Levante 349. Ziegler_. Dark gray patina with some metal flaws.

Provenance/Pedigrees

Ex: Athena, Munich, Auction 3, May 15, 1990, lot 505
Ex: Dr. P. Vogl collection

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Very Fine $350.00
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Valerian II, 253-255 A.D., ex: Tinchant and Conte

AE Sestertius, 11.91g. 27mm. Commemorative coin struck after his death, 258 A.D.   DIVO CAES VALERIANO. Bare-headed, draped, and cuirassed bust of Valerian II to right.  Rev. CONSECRATIO S C.  Funeral monument decorated with swags and figures and surmounted by a quadriaga.  RIC 35. Gobl, MIR 43, plate 25,264o.   Very rare; green and brown patina with some light smoothing in the fields and on reverse. 

Provenance/Pedigree:
Ex: Tinchant collection, Brussels, c.1930-1965
Ex; UBS, Zurich, Auction 78, 2008, lot 1884.
Ex: William Conte collection, NAC, Zurich, Auction 52, 2009, lot 561.

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Extremely Fine/good Very Fine $12,000.00

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