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Gemini, LLC > Auction VIIAuction date: 9 January 2011
Lot number: 816

Lot description:

Philip I. 244-249 AD. AE 25, 10.12g. (2h). Thessalonica. Obv: AV K M IOV ΦIΛIΠΠOC Bust laureate, draped, cuirassed right. Rx: ΘECCAΛON - IK - EΩN NE around, ΠV / Θ - I in left field, A in exergue, Apollo standing left, holding branch over his head with right hand, resting left elbow on column up which snake is climbing and holding bow upwards behind him with left hand; before him, tripod altar on which rests prize crown containing palm branch. Touratsoglou p. 293, no. 48 (ANS), V6 / R 21, pl. 42 = SNG ANS 888. EF.

Estimate: US$500