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Gemini, LLC > Auction VIIAuction date: 9 January 2011
Lot number: 827

Lot description:

Gallienus. 253-268 AD. AE 25, 9.91g. (1h). Alexandria Troas, Sole reign. Obv: IMP C - LIC GALL Bust laureate, draped, cuirassed right. Rx: TROAC Turreted, draped bust of city goddess right, seen from front; behind, vexillum with AV / C on banner (instead of the usual AV / CO). SNG Aulock 7574. SNG Glasgow 1303. Bellinger, Troy, A466. EF.

Gallienus' unusual final issue at Alexandria Troas: on larger flans than his earlier issues, struck for him alone, and adopting as reverse type "the turreted head of Tyche which had otherwise only been used as an obverse type throughout the semi-autonomous series" (Bellinger, Troy, p. 144).

Estimate: US$200