Ancient Rome Gallic Empire Tetricus Antoninianus 270AD to 273AD
There is a fantastic page on these ancient antoninianus coins of Gallic emperor Tetricus at Gallic-Empire.com.
Checking recent auction results for these old pieces, we derive these approximate catalog values:
worn: $20 US dollars approximate catalog value
average circulated: $40
well preserved: $80
, Genre: Ancient
Requested by: CMC, Tue, 02-Aug-2016 10:47:08 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Wed, 03-Aug-2016 16:04:26 GMT
Requester description: On the front, a king who is presume is Tetricvs is facing to the right with detailed hair and a small crown. On the reverse, there seems to be a person holding a long spear or tool upright, about the length of his body. I cannot identify some letters since they are crudely written and the coin is quite dark, but I can make out Tetricvs I.
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