Consular bust written off of maximian hercules on the left, seen three-quarters ahead. Avers translation: imperator maximianus augustus, (the august Maximian emperor).Iovi - avgg - a. Reverse description: naked jupiter standing on the left, the mantle on the left shoulder holding a nitroic globe in the right hand and a long scepter on the left; at his feet, an eagle standing to the left, turning his head to the right. Reverse translation: iovi augustorum, (at the jupiter of the augusts). All the details of the consular dress are clearly visible in particular the ceremonial coats toga picta and toga palmata which are part of the ornaments of the triumph, ornamenta triumphalia.
Currency minted in lyon between spring 290 and 291. Beautiful consular portrait of hercule maximian where all the details of the trabea are clearly visible. Currency more beautiful in real life than in the picture. My coins are authentic and come from my personal collection, they were bought from professional dealers and in compliance with the law.
I also put up for sale sesterces, aces, dupondius and Antoninians of other emperors. The item \"w1 Roman currency very rare aurelianus of maximian hercules romanesque corners\" has been on sale since Sunday, January 19, 2020. It is in the category \"antique-Roman-imperial coins\". The seller is \"eriklerouge8\" and is located in Marseille. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.