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AE Probus Antoninianus 276-282 B.C. (3.75g; 23mm) Antioch mint. O: IMP C M AVR PROBVS AVG, radiate draped bust right; RIC 921 (Antioch). R: CLEMENTIA TEMP, Probus standing right with scepter & receiving globe from Jupiter, B• between, XXI in ex. G: FDC ; From a small hoard recovered near the site of ancient Antioch. S: Roma Numismatics VCoins 1/2/09

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Apart from being nice, this coin has a priceless attribute: the location and circumstances where it was found; that's so rare! That's why I myself always try to know more about the finding place and/or possible hoard.



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Thanks, J. The find history swayed me favorably on this coin too and I have another Antioch Probus in the collection that I think was done by the same celator. I've never seen a Clementia Temp Probus Ant this good, not that there aren't others that are better. -c
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