Marcus Aurelius, As Caesar, 139-161 AD, AE Sestertius, Genius Exercitus, struck 151-152 AD
Ruler/Emperor:
Marcus Aurelius as Caesar; struck under Antoninus Pius
City/Region:
Rome mint
Denomination:
AE Sestertius
Composition:
Orichalcum
Date:
151-152 AD
Obverse:
AVRELIVS [CAE] - SA[R] AVG [PII FIL], Head of Marcus Aurelius, bare, right
Reverse:
TR POT VI COS II, Genius Exercitus, in military dress, standing left, sacrificing out of patera in right hand over lighted altar left and holding legionary eagle, vertical at left shoulder; S-C left and right, in field
Size:
34.22mm, 26.5g, 7h
Grade:
Fine, well centred, brown surfaces, edge crack at 2 o'clock
Rarity:
very rare variant, only a few examples found, not in BMCRE or RIC
Provenance:
Pedigreed to 1915. ex Jacques Schulman FPL LXII (1915), no. 1242 (part of) with original tags, ex Classical Numismatic Group eAuction 409 (8 November 2017), Lot 615
References:
BMCRE IV [Pius] 1911A var. (drapery on left shoulder); RIC III [Pius] 1302 var. (same); Cohen III 648 var. (same); Banti 318

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