, 18 January 350 - 10 August 353 A.D.
On 28 September 351, at the Battle of Mursa Major, defeated the usurper . The battle was one of the bloodiest in Roman military history. During the fighting Marcellinus, a general of was killed, but himself survived.RL77938.
heavy maiorina, Amiens 23 (S), II 13, 125 (8 spec.), 18817, 69, aEF, edge cracks, small areas of , , poorly struck, 4.031 g, maximum 23.1 mm, 45o, (Amiens, France) mint, spring 351 - 18 Aug 353 A.D.; D N MAGNENTIVS , bare-headed, draped, and right, A behind; AVG ET CAE (victories of our lords, Emperor and ), two Victories standing , together holding containing in four lines, ( ) above, AMB and crescent in ; from the Butte College Foundation, ex , ex Frank S. Robinson; ; SOLD
, , July or August 350 - 18 August 353 A.D.
A key coin for collecting a set of all . The mint at Amiens was established by in the middle of 350 A.D. Only one was established. The mint was closed in 354 A.D. and never opened again.SH34556.
maiorina, Amiens 24 (S), 126, II 14, 18877, -, aEF, brown , 3.628 g, maximum 21.7 mm, 0o, (Amiens, France) mint, D N DECENTIVS , right; AVG ET (victories of our lords, Emperor and ), two Victories holding encircling MVLT X, ( ) above, AMB followed by a crescent in ; ; SOLD
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