(sold for $1550.0)

Galba, AD 68-69. AR Quinarius (1.81 g) minted in Gaul (likely Lugdunum), c. Nov. AD 68-15 Jan. AD 69. Laureate head right of Galba. Reverse: Victory right standing on globe, holding palm and wreath. RIC 132 [as R2]; BMC 244. Well defined. Extremely Fine. The quinarius (half denarius) was infrequently minted, often for donatives for the populace. Estimated Value $800 - 900. Categories: Roman Imperial Coinage
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Notes: http://www.goldbergcoins.com/view-auctions/catalog/id/19/lot/48298/ $800 - $900 2012-05-27

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