Jerome E. Faux
The Triumph of Probus

The coins on display in this virtual gallery are a few of the highlights from the Konig and McGregor collections of late Third Century Roman coins consigned to Jerome E. Faux Auction #58. Mail bids must be received at our offices no later than 5:00 P.M. on August 22, A.D. 410. Numbers in parentheses following each listing are the estimated starting bid range for the lot. All prices are on U.S. dollars. If you have any questions, please write to our main office at

Jerome E. Faux
CCCCLXII Porta Salaria
Aquileia, CA 95014

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ABVNDANTIA AVG Abundantia, the female allegorical figure representing abundance empties a cornucopia or horn of plenty on the ground.
Sear s3338        &nbspXF/AVF
(40 - 60)
ADVENTVS AVG The emperor Probus on horseback facing left raising right hand, spear in left hand, no captive on ground. Obverse: Bust of Probus facing left holding eagle - tipped sceptre.
Sear s3339        &nbspXF/AVF
(30 - 50)

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