Coin Type: RIC I (second edition) Tiberius 81
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Date
A.D. 22 - A.D. 30
Denomination
As, As
Mint
Rome, Rome
Obverse
DIVVS AVGVSTVS PATER: Head of Augustus, radiate, left
Reverse
PROVIDENT S C: Altar-enclosure with double paneled door right; various ornaments on top, left and right
Reference
RIC I (second edition) Tiberius 81
Provenance
September 1989: Acquired from the Worldwide Treasure Bureau, September, 1989.
1984: Ex: Virgil Brand Collection. Virgil Brand was once the largest collector of ancient coins in the world. he died in 1926, and the vast majority of his collection mysteriously vanished. This coin was discovered with a number of others at a midwestern university in the early 1980's, verified as having been part of the Brand collection, and auctioned by Christies in New York in 1984.
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