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Agora Auctions > Numismatic Auction 70Auction date: 21 November 2017
Lot number: 139

Lot description:

Mysia, Parium. Marcus Aurelius. A.D. 161-180. AE 17 (16.75 mm, 2.53 g, 2 h). struck A.D. 162-165. IMP CAE [...] RA VANI (sic. garbled form of ANTONINVS?) , bare, bearded head of Marcus Aurelius left / C G I H P, Pomerium plowing scene: the "founder", a priest, togate, plowing to right with yoke of ox and cow. Cf. RPC IV, 615 (Temporary). VF, Attractive bright green patina, somewhat off-center to north obverse losing some legend. Unpublished in major references.

Estimate: 75 USD