Geta, (A.D.209-212), issued as Caesar 209, AE as or dupondius, Rome mint, (11.98 g), obv. P SEPTIMIVS GETA CAES, bust bare headed, draped to right, rev. around PONTIF COS II, woman standing to right, holding sceptre and drawing out drapery from breast, to right two small figures lifting hands to one another, (cf.S.7282, RIC 150a, C.113). Dark green patination, nearly extremely fine and very rare, comes with collector's card description.
Ex Brian Bolton Collection and previously Noble Numismatics Sale 95, lot 5595. Also Cappenalle Collection and from Noble Numismatics Auction Sale 86 (lot 3468) and previously from the Arthur Bally Herzog Collection sold at Munzen und Medaillen, Basel, Auktion Sale 93, December 16, 2003 (lot 222). This example is probably the finest known. The RIC illustrated example (Pl.16, 8) is not as fine as this piece. With tickets.