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RIC VI, TICINUM [after 130], LICINIUS, UNLISTED BUST TYPE [A], OFFICINA T

  

OBVERSE

IMPLICINIVSPFAVG [IMP LICINIVS P F AVG]; head r., laur. [A].

REVERSE

SOLIINVI-C-TOCOMITI [SOLI INVICTO COMITI]; Sol stg. r., head l., chlamys over l. shoulder and hanging behind, r. raised, l. holding up globe. TT in exergue.

NOT IN RIC

UNLISTED BUST TYPE - A. RIC lists for Licinius only type C - laur. and cuir. (p. 298) [see TICINUM 131c]. General note about this issue from p. 278: "The rest of aes is devoted to four varieties of Soli Invicto Comiti, with coins ranging from rare to common. Constantine claims seven varieties in all, Maximinus four, and Licinius two". Coin should be listed after TICINUM 130.

See also:
TICINUM [after 130], LICINIUS, UNLISTED BUST TYPE, OFFICINA P
TICINUM [after 130], LICINIUS, UNLISTED BUST TYPE, OFFICINA S

NOTES

Weight 4.27 g; diameter 21-22 mm. Coin sold on eBay in April 2017 for EUR 26.28 [Thanks to the collaboration of Mariusz Graczyk].

Other specimens:

- specimen sold on eBay in June 2017 for EUR 26.04; weight 3.40 g; diameter 21-22 mm [click for picture] [Thanks to the collaboration of Mariusz Graczyk];

- specimen sold on eBay in November 2013 for EUR 10; weight 3.40 g [click for picture] [Thanks to the collaboration of Mariusz Graczyk];

- specimen sold on eBay in June 2010 for GBP 23; diameter 22 mm [click for picture] [Thanks to the collaboration of Tomasz Speier];

- specimen sold on eBay in February 2006 for EUR 22.28 [lot of 6 coins] [click for picture];

- specimen from: Dr. Wendelin Kellner, "Ungewöhnliche und irreguläre Römermünzen. 16. Teil: Constantinische Zeit (I)", Money Trend 2011, no. 6, p. 193, no. 12; weight 4.07 g; diameter 20.6-22.1 mm [click for picture].


NOT IN RIC © 2004 Lech Stępniewski