Nero. Sestertius

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Nero;   54-68 AD, Uncertain Thracian Mint, c. 64-5 AD, Sestertius, 25.24g. RIC-pp.   186-7, RPC-1758. Obv: [NERO CLA]VDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM P M TR P IMP P P Head   laureate r. Rx: S – C View of triumphal arch, surmounted by group of statuary   with Nero in facing quadriga between standing figures of Victory and Pax,   showing side decorated with large figure of Mars standing on pedestal. Small   rotation dimples on both sides. Only one specimen recorded in RPC, but more   have emerged from Bulgaria since the fall of the Iron Curtain.We don’t   usually see a Thracian sestertius that looks like this. It has a small   rotation dimple on the cheek of Nero, but has a beautiful green patina and   wonderful surfaces . VF / aEF

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Nero;   54-68 AD, Uncertain Thracian Mint, c. 64-5 AD, Sestertius, 25.24g. RIC-pp.   186-7, RPC-1758. Obv: [NERO CLA]VDIVS CAESAR AVG GERM P M TR P IMP P P Head   laureate r. Rx: S – C View of triumphal arch, surmounted by group of statuary   with Nero in facing quadriga between standing figures of Victory and Pax,   showing side decorated with large figure of Mars standing on pedestal. Small   rotation dimples on both sides. Only one specimen recorded in RPC, but more   have emerged from Bulgaria since the fall of the Iron Curtain.We don’t   usually see a Thracian sestertius that looks like this. It has a small   rotation dimple on the cheek of Nero, but has a beautiful green patina and   wonderful surfaces . VF / aEF

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