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RIC 72
RIC 72

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PR Countermark As Civil War countermark, c. 69 AD, on Agrippa AE As. Wreathed head left, countermarked with large PR on neck / worn flat. TextImage
PR Countermark As (2)Civil War countermark, c. 69 AD, on Agrippa AE As. Wreathed head left, countermarked with large PR on neck / worn smooth. TextImage
RIC 4Civil war denarius, Spain, April-June 68. BON EVENT Female head right, wearing fillet in hair / PACI PR Clasping hands, holding caduceus. BMC 4. RIC 4.TextImage
RIC 17AR Denarius (3.38 g, 6h). Spanish mint. GENIO P R, bare-headed bust of Genius right, cornucopiae behind / MARTI VLTORI, Mars advancing right, holding spear in right hand, shield in left hand and parazonium on left side. RIC I 17; BMC 1.TextImage
RIC 18AR Denarius (3.38 g, 6h). Spanish mint. GENIO P R, bare-headed bust of Genius right, wearing wreath of berries or flowers, cornucopiae behind / MARTI VLTORI, Mars advancing right, holding spear in right hand, shield in left hand and parazonium on left side. RIC 18; BMC 1.TextImage
RIC 24
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Denarius of the Civil Wars period. LIBERTAS, Laureate head of Libertas right / P – R to left and right of pileus between two daggers, RESTITVTA below. RIC 24; Cohen 394; Martin 49.TextImage
RIC 27
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CIVIL WAR. 68-69 AD. AR Denarius. Struck in Spain. LIBERTAS RESTITVTA, bust of Libertas right / Round shield inscribed SP QR within oak wreath, two four-pointed stars at top of wreath. RSC 431. (1 example)
RIC 34Civil Wars of 68-69 AD AR Denarius. Spanish mint. Roma seated left on cuirass, holding Victory & resting hand on parazonium; foot set on helmet, ROMA below / PAX P-R, clasped hands holding winged caduceus between two stalks of grain & two poppies. BMC 6, RSC 398.TextImage
RIC 49 varCivil war denarius, AD 68-69. Uncertain mint in Gaul, struck under C. Julius Vindex. 18 mm, 3.3 gr. HE[RCVLES A]DSERTOR, laureate and bearded head of Hercules right / FELIX FORTVNA P R, Fortuna standing left, holding branch and cornucopiae. Unrecorded var of RIC I, 49, (listed with rev. legend FLORENTE FORTVNA P R.)- RIC I 49 var; RSC 365 var.TextImage
RIC 51Anonymous Roman Civil War Denarius. MARS VLTOR, helmeted bust of a bearded Mars right / Roman eagle between two standards. Altar between eagle and standard on right. TextImage
RIC 51cfCivil Wars of 68-69 AD, AR Fourrée Denarius. Gallic mint. Helmeted head of Mars right; to lower left, inlaid silver Gonzaga countermark in the form of an eagle in an oval field / Aquila between two legionary standards; altar to right of aquila. Cf. RIC I 51; cf. AM 60; cf. BMCRE 40; RSC 406. TextImage
RIC 72Anonymous Denarius of the Civil Wars, 68 AD. SALVS GENERIS HVMANI, Victory standing left on globe, holding wreath and palm / SPQR within wreath. TextImage
RIC 94[augustus]Civil War, AR denarius, (3.04g) 68-69 AD, Spain or Gaul, [AVG] DIVI [F] Laureate head right. / Bull butting right, right foreleg raised, [IMP] in exergue. RSC129. TextImage
RIC 104 varCivil War, Vindex AR Denarius. Uncertain mint in Gaul, AD 68. DIVVS F AVG, laureate head of the deified Augustus right / SPQR within civic wreath, dot in circle at the top of the wreath. RIC 104 var and 106 var (imagery, obv legend). Roma Numismatics XI, 768. BMC -; Cohen -.TextImage
RIC 111Civil Wars Denarius. 68-69 AD. Bare head of Augustus right / VICTORIA - P R, Victory standing left on globe, holding wreath and palm. TextImage
RIC 116Augustus, Civil wars, AR denarius, 68-69 AD. DIVVS AVGVSTVS, radiate head of Augustus right / SENATVS PQ ROMANVS. Victory advancing left holding round shield inscribed VI / AV. RIC (The civil wars) 116.TextImage
RIC 118
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Civil War. AR denarius, Military mint in southern Gaul, or Northern Italy, April-July 69. 3.32 g. FIDES EXERCITVVM above and beneath clasped hands / CONCORDIA PRAETORIANORVM, Concordia standing left, holding branch and cornucopiae. RIC 118; Cohen 359 (Galba); BMC 61; Martin 3. (One example)
RIC 121
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Roman Civil Wars AR Denarius. 68-69 AD. FIDES EXERCITVVM above and below clasped right hands / FIDES PRAETORIANORVM above and below clasped right hands. BMC 121, Cohen 363. (2 examples)
As CMs Civil War, c. 68-69 AD, AE27, (14.68g) worn coin, countermarked 3 times. 1) Head of Augustus right. 2) Bunch of grapes. 3) Capricorn right. TextImage

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