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The Gallo-Roman Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270) - South Petherton Hoard
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SP211 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 1st emission, 3.07g., 22mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia, (RCV 11166; RIC 118), good very fine. $125 SOLD

SP212 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, 2.86g., 21mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and sceptre, PAX AVG, V * in the field (RIC 118; RCV 11174), extremely fine. $95 SOLD

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SP209 - The Gallo-Roman Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Billon Antoninianus, 2.88g., 20mm, Colonia Agrippina mint (Cologne, Germany), radiate draped cuirassed bust of Victorinus right, IMP C PIAV VICTORINVS P F AVG, rev., Pax left, PAX AVG, (RCV 11174; RIC 117), extremely fine. $95 SOLD

SP219 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, 2.63g., 20mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Salus standing left, a snake rising from altar left, SALVS AVG, (RCV 11179; RIC 67), extremely fine. $95 SOLD

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SP183 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippina mint (Cologne, Germany),  1.95g., 20mm, radiate draped cuirassed bust right, rev., PROVIDENTIA AVG, (RCV 11178; RIC 61), extremely fine. $95 SOLD

SP206 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, 2.56g., 21mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., PROVIDENTIA AVG, (RIC 61), extremely fine. $75  SOLD

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SP192 - The Gallo-Roman Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Billon Antoninianus, 2.55g., 22mm, Colonia Agrippina mint (Cologne, Germany), radiate draped cuirassed bust of Victorinus right, IMP C PIAV VICTORINVS P F AVG, rev., Pax left, PAX AVG, (RCV 11174; RIC 117), extremely fine. $95 SOLD

SP203 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 2.94g., 21mm, radiate draped cuirassed bust right, rev., INVICTVS AVG, Sol advancing left, raising right hand and holding whip in left; star to left, (RCV 11170; RIC 114), extremely fine / very fine. $75 SOLD

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SP224 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, 2.97g., 20mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and sceptre, PAX AVG, V * in the field (RIC 118; RCV 11174), extremely fine / very fine. $85 SOLD

SP215 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, 2.81g., 20mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Salus standing left, a snake rising from altar left, SALVS AVG, (RCV 11179; RIC 67), extremely fine. $125 SOLD

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SP201 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 1st emission, 269g., 19mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, with features of Marius, rev., AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia, (RCV 11166; RIC 118), good very fine, weak reverse. $85 SOLD

The early coinage of Victorinus struck at Cologne, as seen in the above example, employs a portrait that is similar in style to that of his predecessor Marius. Not surprisingly the die cutters were finding it hard to keep apace with the rapidly changing succession of emperor's the Gallic rebellion was throwing out.

SP198 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, 3.68g., 20mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and sceptre, PAX AVG, V * in the field (RIC 118; RCV 11174), extremely fine / very fine. $85 SOLD

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SP220 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, 2.93g., 22mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Salus standing left, a snake rising from altar left, SALVS AVG, (RCV 11179; RIC 67), extremely fine. $125 SOLD

SP184 - The Gallo-Roman Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Billon Antoninianus, 2.97g., 20mm, Colonia Agrippina mint (Cologne, Germany), radiate draped cuirassed bust of Victorinus right, IMP C PIAV VICTORINVS P F AVG, rev., Pax left, PAX AVG, (RCV 11174; RIC 117), well centered, good extremely fine, weak reverse. $95 SOLD

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SP79 - The Gallo-Roman Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Billon Antoninianus, 2.97g., 20mm, Colonia Agrippina mint (Cologne, Germany), radiate draped cuirassed bust of Victorinus right, IMP C PIAV VICTORINVS P F AVG, rev., Pax left, PAX AVG, (RCV 11174; RIC 117), well centered, good extremely fine. $115 SOLD

SP172 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 3.18g., 20mm, radiate draped cuirassed bust right, rev., INVICTVS AVG, Sol advancing left, raising right hand and holding whip in left; star to left, (RCV 11170; RIC 114), extremely fine, reverse weak. $75 SOLD

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SP225 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, 3.40g., 20mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and sceptre, PAX AVG, V * in the field (RIC 118; RCV 11174), extremely fine. $95 SOLD

SP214 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, 3.05g., 22mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and sceptre, PAX AVG, V * in the field (RIC 118; RCV 11174), extremely fine. $85 SOLD

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SP218 - The Gallo-Roman Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Billon Antoninianus, 2.84g., 21mm, Colonia Agrippina mint (Cologne, Germany), radiate draped cuirassed bust of Victorinus right, IMP C PIAV VICTORINVS P F AVG, rev., Pax left, PAX AVG, (RCV 11174; RIC 117), well centered, good extremely fine, superb!. $165 SOLD

SP179 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, 2.68g., 20mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Salus standing left, a snake rising from altar left, SALVS AVG, (RCV 11179; RIC 67), extremely fine. $125 SOLD

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SP178 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, 2.59g., 24mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Pax standing left, holding olive-branch and sceptre, PAX AVG, V * in the field (RIC 118; RCV 11174), extremely fine. $85 SOLD

SP174 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 1st emission, 3.69g., 22mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia, (RCV 11166; RIC 118), good very fine. $125 SOLD

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SP188 - The Gallo-Roman Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Billon Antoninianus, 2.74g., 20mm, Colonia Agrippina mint (Cologne, Germany), radiate draped cuirassed bust of Victorinus right, IMP C PIAV VICTORINVS P F AVG, rev., Pax left, PAX AVG, (RCV 11174; RIC 117), well centered, good extremely fine, superb!. $165 SOLD

SP216 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 2.77g., 20mm, radiate draped cuirassed bust right, rev., INVICTVS AVG, Sol advancing left, raising right hand and holding whip in left; star to left, (RCV 11170; RIC 114), good extremely fine. $125 SOLD

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SP210 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, 3.09g., 22mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Salus standing left, a snake rising from altar left, SALVS AVG, (RCV 11179; RIC 67), extremely fine. $115 SOLD

SP181 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 3.53g., 21mm, radiate draped cuirassed bust right, rev., INVICTVS AVG, Sol advancing left, raising right hand and holding whip in left; star to left, (RCV 11170; RIC 114), good extremely fine. $115 SOLD

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SP196 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 1st emission, 3.65g., 20mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, with features of Marius, rev., AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia, (RCV 11166; RIC 118), good very fine. $165 SOLD

The early coinage of Victorinus struck at Cologne, as seen in the above example, employs a portrait that is similar in style to that of his predecessor Marius. Not surprisingly the die cutters were finding it hard to keep apace with the rapidly changing succession of emperor's the Gallic rebellion was throwing out.
 

SP191 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, 2.54g., 24mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Salus standing left, a snake rising from altar left, SALVS AVG, (RCV 11179; RIC 67), extremely fine, weak reverse. $95 SOLD

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SP185 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, 3.09g., 22mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, rev., Salus standing left, a snake rising from altar left, SALVS AVG, (RCV 11179; RIC 67), extremely fine. $85 SOLD

SP223 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 1st emission, 2.70g., 23mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, with features of Marius, rev., AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia, (RCV 11166; RIC 118), extremely fine. $165 SOLD

The early coinage of Victorinus struck at Cologne, as seen in the above example, employs a portrait that is similar in style to that of his predecessor Marius. Not surprisingly the die cutters were finding it hard to keep apace with the rapidly changing succession of emperor's the Gallic rebellion was throwing out.

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SP204 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), Bronze Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 3.73g., 21mm, radiate draped cuirassed bust right, rev., INVICTVS AVG, Sol advancing left, raising right hand and holding whip in left; star to left, (RCV 11170; RIC 114), extremely fine, reverse weak. $95 SOLD

SP175 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 3.08g., 21mm, radiate draped cuirassed bust right, rev., INVICTVS AVG, Sol advancing left, raising right hand and holding whip in left; star to left, (RCV 11170; RIC 114), extremely fine. $125 SOLD
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SP173 - The Gallic Empire, Victorinus (A.D. 268-270), AE Antoninianus, Colonia Agrippinensis (Cologne) mint, 1st emission, 2.69g., 20mm, radiate cuirassed bust right, with features of Marius, rev., AEQVITAS AVG, Aequitas standing left, holding scales and cornucopia, (RCV 11166; RIC 118), extremely fine. $165 SOLD

The early coinage of Victorinus struck at Cologne, as seen in the above example, employs a portrait that is similar in style to that of his predecessor Marius. Not surprisingly the die cutters were finding it hard to keep apace with the rapidly changing succession of emperor's the Gallic rebellion was throwing out.