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Item : 14425 Description
Description :  Ancient Roman Imperial Silver Pescennius Niger Becker 122, Hill 122SELEUCIS and PIERIA, Antioch. Pescennius Niger. AD 193-194. AR “Tetradrachm” (24mm, 13.38 g, 8h). Dies by Carl Wilhelm Becker, 1772-1830. ?YTOK K?IC?P G ??CK? NIGP? ?, laureate, draped, and cuirassed bust right / ?PONOI? T??N, eagle standing left on club, head and tail right, with wings spread. Hill, Becker 122. Toned. VF.
Authenticity:  Forgery
Category :  Ancient Roman Imperial - Coins
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Category :  AncientSold as: Reproduction
: Roman ImperialEntered by : Rohan

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Becker forgery published in Hill, Hill 122. Sold as Becker Counterfeit "Dies by Carl Wilhelm Becker, 1772-1830." Forgery Type: struck
Emperor : Pescennius Niger
Content : Silver
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