Barzus Posted July 28, 2022 · Member Share Posted July 28, 2022 Hello All! I acquired a DIVO CLAUDIO coin a few years ago, that is still puzzling me today. The CONSECRATIO reverse depicts an altar, which seems to be decorated with an eagle inside... The style looks official, and typical from Rome mint, and both altar and eagle are common attributes to consecration coins. However, I never found any record of this type, and never got to see any other specimen... So, my questions to you: - Do you also see an eagle on the reverse, or is it only my dreamer's eyes that see it? - Do you think this coin is an official issue, or a barbaric imitation? - Do you know any reference/record/other specimen of this type for Divus Claudius? Thank you very much for your help 🙂 Barzus 11 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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