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La seconda mi sembra assomigli molto a questo dupondio di Alessandro Severo:


RIC IVb 601, zecca di Roma 228 d.C.



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Per la seconda potrebbe essere una variante di questo Dupondio di Alessandro Severo con diversa spezzatura di legenda.

RIC 601, BMC 546, C 517 Dupondius Obv: IMP SEV ALEXANDER AVG - Radiate head right.

Rev: RESTITVTOR MON - Severus Alexander standing left, raising hand and holding spear. 228 (Rome).

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Questa du cui allego l'immagine sembra corrispondere di più per la legenda:

C.517 (10f.) - RIC.601 - BMC/RE.546 - RCV.8052

Ti ringrazio , sei stato molto utile, queste due monete in questo stato di conservazione quanto potrebbero valere?

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