BRASS DUPONDIUS OF DOMITIAN, ROME, AD 85.

BRASS DUPONDIUS OF DOMITIAN, ROME, AD 85.

195.00

Obverse: IMP CAES DOMITIAN AVG GERM COS XI, Radiate bust of Domitian facing right with aegis on neck.

Reverse: S C, two oval shields crossed, with vexillum, spears, trumpets, etc. in background.

RIC: 267. Sear: 2792. BMCRE: 311. [Rome, AD 85].

Diameter: 28 mm. Weight: 13.0 g

A rare brass dupondius of Domitian, the crossed Germanic shields on the reverse referring to his successful campaigns in Germany. The coin has slightly rough, porous surfaces, but excellent detail.

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