Philip II (AD 247 - AD 249)

Son of Philip I, he was killed at the battle of Verona with his father.

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Philip II 'Father and Son' Sestertius 027373

Philip II 'Father and Son' Sestertius
Bronze, 20.20 grams, 29.61 mm. Rome. 248 AD. Obverse: IMP M IVL PHILIPPVS AVG, laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right. Reverse: LIBERALITAS AVGG III, SC in exergue, Philip I and Philip II seated left on curule chairs, extending right hands. RIC 267a; Cohen 18; Sear 9279. Good very fine. A significant coin which has been published on

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Philip II 'Father and Son' Sestertius 027373

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