Ancient Roman Silver Antoninianus Coin of Emperor Philip I the Arab - 248 AD

A well centred, toned and fine style silver antoninianus, issued to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of Rome. Struck under Emperor Philip I, (Marcus Julius Philippus Augustus) also known as Philip the Arab. Minted in Rome's 1000th anniversary year, 248 AD, at the Rome mint

 The obverse with a beautiful portrait of the Emperor wearing a radiate crown and cloak, fastened at the neck. The legend reading:

IMP PHILIPPVS AVG

"Emperor Philip Augustus"

The reverse with marble column, inscribed:

COS II

"Twice Consul"

The inscription around reading:

SAECVLARES AVGG 

"Age of the Augusti"

 

A beautiful coin, boasting a very fine portrait of the Emperor. 

Ancient Roman Silver Antoninianus Coin of Emperor Philip I the Arab - 248 AD. A well centred, toned and fine style silver antoninianus, issued to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of Rome. Struck under Emperor Philip I, (Marcus Julius Philippus Augustus) also known as Philip the Arab. Minted in Rome's 1000th anniversary year, 248 AD, at the Rome mint  The obverse with a beautiful portrait of the Emperor wearing a radiate crown and cloak, fastened at the neck. The legend reading: IMP PHILIPPVS AVG "Emperor Philip Augustus" The reverse with marble column, inscribed: COS II "Twice Consul" The inscription around reading: SAECVLARES AVGG  "Age of the Augusti"   A beautiful coin, boasting a very fine portrait of the Emperor. 

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