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Ancient Roman-Thracian AE27 Coin of Philip II and Serapis, ca. 244 AD

Item Details

Ancient Roman-Thracian AE27 Coin of Philip II and Serapis, ca. 244 AD. Obverse: busts of Philip and Serapis facing each other. Reverse: Demeter standing left, holding grain ears and torch. Metal Content: bronze. Diameter: 27 mm. Weight: 11.44 grams. Coin is lightly circulated.

Materials Bronze
Period Ancient Roman
Date 244 A.D.
Number of Coins 1
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Condition

- lightly circulated.

Dimensions

4.0" W x 4.0" H x 4.0" D

- measurements of shipping box.

Item #

ITMGG86316

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