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Florian, Antoninianus, Providentia Reverse, Ticinum Mint

Æ Antoninianus; 24mm/2.8gm  -  Struck ca. June-August 276 AD

Con/ As seen in the photo; spectacular, yet fragile, turquoise green patina

Obv/ IMP C M AN FLORIANVS P AVG; radiate, cuirassed bust right

Rev/ PROVIDE AVG; Providentia standing left, holding globe and scepter

Ticinum Mint; Q in exergue

Ref/ RIC Vol Va, 83

Seller's Note/ The struck date noted above is not a mistake! Florian, as Augustus, only ruled for just two months before he was murdered by his own troops who were shy of facing the army of Probus. Can't blame them, right?

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