Gallienus, (A.D. 253-268), Base silver antoninianii, issued in sole reign (259-268), Rome mint, obv. radiate head or bust right, rev. VICTORIA AVG, Victory standing left, (S.10380); another similar VICT GERM, Victory advancing left, captive at feet, (S.10376); another similar, rev.VICT GERMANICA, Victory advancing right on globe, German captives at feet, (S.10379); another obv. bust radiate to left, rev. GERMANICVS MAX V, two captives seated at foot of captive, (S.10225); Salonina, wife of Gallienus, (died A.D. 268), billon antoninianus, Antioch mint, obv. diademed veiled and draped bust of Salonina to right on crescent, around SALONINA AVG, rev. Juno standing to left, holding patera and sceptre, around IVNO REGINA, peacock at feet, (S.10641, RIC 92). Very good - extremely fine. (5)
Ex Dr. V.J.A. Flynn Collection and previously from A.H. Baldwin & Sons Ltd., with tickets.