PLOTINA BRONZE AE25 FROM AMPHIPOLIS – SEATED TYCHE REVERSE – XF NGC ROMAN PROVINCIAL COIN FROM MACEDON (Inv. 15475)
ROMAN EMPIRE. PLOTINA (WIFE OF TRAJAN), AD 105-122 (?), PROVINCIAL ISSUE OF AMPHIPOLIS, MACEDON.
Bronze AE25, 10.31 g, 25 mm
Obv. CΕΒΑCΤΗ-ΠΛWΤΕΙΝΑ, draped bust right, with elaborate coiffure style.
Rev. ΑΜΦΙΠΟΛΙΤWΝ, Tyche seated left, holding patera and cornucopia.
RPC III 645.
Ex Phil Peck/Morris Collection.
NGC graded XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5, with a good portrait of Plotina wearing one of the elaborate coiffures popular during late Trajan and early Hadrianic times.