M Nonius Sufenas 57BC Silver Denarius good Fine
57B.C - M. Nonius Sufenas, silver denarius, Rome mint
Obv: Head of Saturn right; behind, harpa, conical stone, S.C behind, SVFENAS before.
Rev: Roma seated left on pile of arms, holding spear and sword, being crowned by Victory standing left behind, holding wreath and palm frond. SEX.NONI in exergue, PR.L.V.P.F ** around.
Naturally toned graded as good fine or slightly better
(Cr. 421/1; Syd. 885 RCVM 377, RRC 421/1 RSC. Nonia 1)
Ex. The Pember Family Collection
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The praetor Sextus Nonius Sufenus, nephew of Sulla, is celebrated on the reverse as the initiator of Victory Games in 81 B.C.
|Country of Issue||Italy|
|Year of Issue||57 B.C|
|Metal Purity (%)||92.50|