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Antoninus Pius, Sestertius, Fides Exercitus Reverse!

Æ; 31mm/24.5gm     Rome Mint, ca 155-156 AD.

Con/ Old plow break and struck on a short flan, otherwise, about Extremely Fine; handsome portrait of Pius, exceptional reverse image and a choice glossy green patina. A magnificent example of this difficult issue!

Obv/ ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P IMP II; Laureate head right.

Rev/ TR POT XIX COS IIII / S - C; Fides Exercitus standing left, holding two standards; Aquila in right hand, Signum in left hand.

Ref/ RIC VOL III, 943a.

Seller's Note/ Fides Exercitus was the Roman Army personification of the faithful protection and fulfillment of their duties! Our example is perfect for even the most discerning collector, trust me.

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