Roman Empire, Tiberius, 14-37, Drachm, Caesarea, NGC graded


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Roman Empire. Tiberius, 14-37, with Drusus Caesar. CAPPADOCIA. Caesarea (as Eusebeia). AR Drachm 3.55 g.
Obverse: TI CAES AVG P M TR P XXXIV Laureate head of Tiberius right // Reverse: DRVSVS CAES TI AVG F COS II TR P IT. Bare head of Drusus left.

RPC 3621 (rv. legend); RIC 84 (same).

Brushed, fine style noted.
NGC AU Strike: 4/5 Surface: 2/5


Two of the finest portraits on coinage of two of Rome's finest generals: Tiberius and his brother Drusus (father of Claudius). Unrivaled engraving by some Cappodocian Artist of great talent. Very rare dies, and the only truly fine style silver coin of Tiberius.

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