Elagabalus, (A.D. 218-222), silver denarius, Rome mint, issued A.D. 219, (2.87 g), obv. laureate bust of Elagabalus draped to right, around IMP ANTO NINVS AVG, rev. around P M TR IIII COS II P P, Providentia standing left, holding globe and cornucopiae, star in field, (S.7534, RIC 42); another (3.52 g), rev. around VICTOR ANTONINI AVG, Victory running right holding wreath and palm, (cf.S.7553, RIC 156); another (2.66 g), rev. around CONCORDIA MILIT, two standards between two legionary eagles, (S.7505, RIC 187); Maximinus I, (A.D. 235-238), silver denarius, Rome mint, (3.00 g), obv. laureate bust draped and cuirassed of Maximinus I to right, around IMP MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG, rev. Providentia standing to left holding wand over globe and cornucopiae, PROVIDENTIA AVG around, (S.8315, RIC 13, RSC 77) (illustrated). Very fine - extremely fine, mostly toned. (4)
Ex Dr. V.J.A. Flynn Collection and previously from A.H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd., with tickets.