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HOW MANY COINS IN THE 'YEAR OF THE SIX'?...SEVEN....MAXIMUS CAESAR WAS THERE AT THE START...1st ADDDITION OF '23


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finally came in the1st Leu win..and my 1st addition of this year...now this goes in the group of the 'year of the six'..and rightly so, altho not proclaimed emperor, he is a part of that history and i reckon deserves his place in it...

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Maximus Caesar, orichalcum sestertius, 236AD Rome mint,

Maximus bust right obverse, Maximus as Prince of Youths reverse, standing in military attire,

holding baton and inverted spear with 2 standard signa behind

32mm, 23.55gms. ref; BMC 123, Cohen 12, RIC 9

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Fantastic!!! Here's his old man ...

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Maximinus I, AD 235-238.
Roman Æ Sestertius, 26.7 mm, 18.01 gm.
Rome, AD 236-238.
Obv: MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG GERM, Laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust, right.
Rev: SALVS AVGVSTI SC, Salus enthroned left, feeding snake arising from altar.
Refs: RIC-85; BMCRE-175, Sear-8338; Cohen-92.

 

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Handsome bronze. I love it.

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Maximus (235 - 238 A.D.)
Egypt, Alexandria
Billon Tetradrachm
O: Γ IOVΛ OYHR MAZIMOC KAI, Bareheaded, draped, and cuirassed bust right.
R: Draped bust of Selene right; crescent moon before; L Γ (date) behind. Dated RY 3 of Maximinus I (AD 236/237).
13.29g
24mm
Milne 3226; Berlin 18208491, Athens 3931; Mathies 60. Emmett 3333.3 (R3).

Ex. Pegasi Numismatics - Auction 42, lot 378, May 19, 2020

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50 minutes ago, Julius Germanicus said:

8 Sestertii of Maximinus Thrax, Paulina, Maximus, Gordian I, II and III, Pupienus and Balbinus

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...now that's what i call 'the deluxe set'..do you have all the emperors yet?...i lack a few ...here's my 'year of the six'  group...i have 3 imposters here and still missing a couple you already have..9_9..but i'm actively seeking ^^

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And a couple of mine.

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Maximinus I Thrax AD 235-238. Rome
Sestertius Æ

31mm., 18,59g.

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MAXIMINUS THRAX (235-238 AD) Sestertius. Rome.
Obv: MAXIMINVS PIVS AVG GERM.
Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Maximinus Thrax, right.
Rev: PM TR P IIII COS PP / S - C.
Emperor in military dress standing left with three standarts and sceptre.
RIC IV, 40.
Condition: VF.
Weight: 17.95 g.
Diameter: 30.2 mm.

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Pupienus, 22nd April # 29th July 238. Sestertius April-June 238, Æ 29mm., 18.91g. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust r. Rev. Victory standing facing, head l., holding wreath and palm branch. C 38. RIC 23a.

 

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