PHILIP I

Antoninianus Presentation

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Sear - 2573a Seaby - 193a VM - 36 RIC - 24(c)
Emperor's radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.

Obverse: "IMP PHILIPPVS AVG"
    Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.


Mint and Year: Rome - AD 248
Weight:      4.62 grams
Die axis:    195 degrees
Rarity:    common


Reverse: "SAECVLARES AVGG COS III"
    Cippus inscribed COS III.

Note:  This series was  issued celebrating the 1000 anniversary of Rome.  This Cippus appears like a small column or stone in which an inscription is placed to preserve the memory of the Secular Games.  Cippi differ considerably in appearance.  Compare this tall, slender cippus to that on the next example.  For all of the coins issued for the Secular games click here.
Cippus inscribed COS III.

Sear - 2573b Seaby - 193b VM - 36 RIC - 24(c)
Emperor's radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.

Obverse: "IMP PHILIPPVS AVG"
    Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.


Mint and Year: Rome - AD 248
Weight:      3.62 grams
Die axis:    15 degrees
Rarity:    common


Reverse: "SAECVLARES AVGG COS III"
    Cippus inscribed COS III.

Note:  This series was  issued celebrating the 1000 anniversary of Rome.  This Cippus appears like a small column or stone in which an inscription is placed to preserve the memory of the Secular Games.  Cippi differ considerably in appearance.  Compare this short, wide cippus to that on the previous example.  For all of the coins issued for the Secular games click here.
Cippus inscribed COS III.

Sear - 2574 Seaby - 198 VM - 38 RIC - 25(b)
Emperor's radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Obverse: "IMP PHILIPPVS AVG"
    Radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right.


Mint and Year: Rome - AD 248
Weight:      3.85 grams
Die axis:    0 degrees
Rarity:    common


Reverse: "SAECVLVM NOVVM"
    Temple of six columns, in center, statue of Roma half-left, holding sceptre.

Note:  This reverse depicts the temple in which Roma Aeterna is worshipped.  The reverse looks toward the future of Rome and the Imperial house. 
Temple of six columns, in center, statue (of Roma) half-left, holding sceptre.

Sear -  Seaby - 198(v) VM -  RIC - 
Emperor's radiate, draped and cuirassed bust left. Obverse: "IMP PHILIPPVS AVG"
    Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right viewed from the front.


Mint and Year: Antioch - (AD 248 - 249)
Weight:      3.44 grams
Die axis:    185 degrees
Rarity:    Unlisted, Bland #52, Qty. known = 2

Reverse: "SAECVLVM NOVVM"
    Temple of six columns, in center, statue (of Roma) half-left, holding sceptre.


Note: This reverse depicts the temple in which Roma Aeterna is worshipped.  The reverse looks toward the future of Rome and the Imperial house.
         Initially, there was some debate whether or not this specimen was from Antioch or Rome.  All of the experts now agree that it is indeed a rare Antioch issue with the short obverse legend .
Temple of six columns, in center, statue (of Roma) half-left, holding sceptre.

Sear -  Seaby - 199(v) VM -  RIC - 
Emperor's radiate, draped and cuirassed bust left. Obverse: "IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG"
    Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right viewed from the front.


Mint and Year: Antioch - (AD 248 - 249)
Weight:      4.13 grams
Die axis:    0 degrees
Rarity:    R2, Bland #47, Qty. known = 1

Reverse: "SAECVLVM NOVVM"
    Temple of six columns, in center, statue (of Roma) half-left, holding sceptre.


Note: This reverse depicts the temple in which Roma Aeterna is worshipped.  The reverse looks toward the future of Rome and the Imperial house.
Temple of six columns, in center, statue (of Roma) half-left, holding sceptre.

Seaby - 199 RIC - 86(b)
Emperor's radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Obverse: "IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG"
    Radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right.


Mint and Year: Antioch - (AD 248 - 249)
Weight:      4.38 grams
Die axis:    15 degrees
Rarity:    R2, Bland #48, Qty. known = 10


Reverse: "SAECVLVM NOVVM"
    Temple of six columns, in center, statue of Roma half-left, holding sceptre.

[Additional Coins in Collection of this Type]

Temple of six columns, in center, statue (of Roma) half-left, holding sceptre.

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