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Roman Empire - Claudius (43-44 AD) - AUREUS (43-44 AD) mint LUDGUNUM

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Reference: Ric 21

Gold, weight: 7.74 grams, diameter: 18.43-19.40 mm

Av: Head of Claudius in laurel wreath to the right.

TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P III

Rw: Winged Pax - Nemesis standing right, holding robe, in other hand holding winged Caduceus pointing toward crawling serpent.

PACI AVGVSTAE

Issued between 43 - 44 AD.

Claudius' Aureuses are among the sought-after coins. The auction piece commemorates the peace that was to come after the death of the despotic emperor Caligula. Claudius, through this issue, wants to convey that under his reign there will be no situations that would significantly damage the empire like the conduct of his predecessor.

Circulating piece in decent state of preservation.




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11 NUMIS Klitonian e-auction (July 3-4, 2024) 2-day auction
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Date
03 July 2024 CEST/Warsaw
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1 393 EUR
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4 108 EUR
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295%
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NUMIS Klitończyk

11 NUMIS Klitonian e-auction (July 3-4, 2024) 2-day auction
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