Missing from most collections, this scarce Florianus Bronze Antoninianus was struck by hand over 1700 years ago. It pays tribute to the self-proclaimed Roman emperor, Florian, who reigned just three short months in A.D. 276, and is believed to have been betrayed by his half brother, Probus, who succeeded him, following his death at the hands of his own soldiers. This sought-after bronze issue is graded Extra Fine by LCC president David Sundman and certified by NGC. Our supply of this scarce coin is limited, so don’t delay – place your order today!
- Material: Bronze
- Rulers: Florianus (A.D. 276)
- Product Type: Single Products