Commodus, (A.D. 177-192), silver denarius, Rome mint, issued A.D. 186, (2.59 g), obv. laureate head of Commodus to right, around M COMM ANT F PEL AVG BRIT, rev. around P M TR P XI IMP VII COS [V P P], Jupiter seated to left holding thunderbolt and sceptre, (cf.S.5672, RIC 117, RSC 486); AE dupondius, Rome mint, issued A.D. 183, (13.04 g), obv. laureate head of Commodus to right, around [M COMMODVS] ANTONINVS AVG PIVS, rev. around TR P VIII IMP [VI COS IIII P P], S C across field, Mars standing left, leaning on shield and holding spear reversed, (S.-, RIC 55, cf.C.-, ASFN Pg 342, 3). Both toned, the dupondius with attractive green toning, fine - nearly very fine and scarce. (2)
Ex RJM Collection with tickets.