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As Trajan - walking Victory


TRAJAN. AE As. Rome, 101-102 AD Obv. IMP CAES NERVA TRAIANO AVG GERM P M Laureated head right Rev. TR POT COS IIII P P SC Victoria walking left, holding crown and palm. RIC -; Cohen -; MIR 130A (this coin) Unique. Corresponding denarius type 242 but with PM TR POT COS IIII PP legend. Ex. Hartland Collectables (Ebay), 21 Dec. 2006 Elsen auction 72, 14 Feb. 2002, lot 390

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Yes, seems new in bronze! Not in Paris, BMC, or Strack.


I thought I had found it with BMC 754A (unillustrated), but that must be the different type of Victory, half nude, standing r., head l., as Paris 156 = Cohen 641.


If you like you could write Bernhard Woytek in Vienna, who is in the course of publishing (it's at the printers') a new Aufbau/MIR volume on Trajan.

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