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Ancient Rome (Imperial) 76 AD Vespasian Silver Denarius Eagle RIC2/847 about VF

Ancient Rome (Imperial) 76 AD Vespasian Silver Denarius Eagle RIC2/847 about VF

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Bold portrait, well-centred reverse.

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Ancient Rome (Imperial) 76 AD Vespasian Silver Denarius Eagle RIC2/847 about VF

Emperor: Vespasian

Obverse: Laureate bust of Vespasian to right, legend around. Legend: IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG

Reverse: Eagle, with wings spread and head left, standing facing on garlanded altar.. Legend: COS - VII

Reference Numbers: RIC 2/847

Diameter: 17mm Weight:3.22g Metal: Silver

Condition: about VF

Bold portrait, well-centred reverse.

Vespasian became Consul for the seventh time (COS VII on this coin) in 76 AD. Consuls entered office on 1st January.