BILLON FOLLIS OF MAXENTIUS, AQUILEIA, AD 309-310.

BILLON FOLLIS OF MAXENTIUS, AQUILEIA, AD 309-310.

95.00

Obverse: IMP C MAXENTIVS P F AVG, Laureate bust of Maxentius facing right.

Reverse: CONSERV VRB SVAE, Tetrastyle temple containing Roma seated left, emperor standing right before Roma, wearing military attire, his foot on captive, receiving globe from the goddess and holding sceptre in left hand. Wolf and twins in pediment of temple, mint mark AQ followed by officina mark P in ex.

RIC: vi, p. 325, 113-14. Sear: 14992. [Aquileia, AD 309-310].

Diameter: 27 mm. Weight: 6.9 g.

A superb example of this classic coin, well centred with sharp details and an interesting architectural reverse type. This piece has a very attractive dark green and brown patina and very little wear.

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