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Market Evaluation: Hands clasped in Cooperation and Friendship

Classical Numismatic Group provided in its May market a bronze Provincial coin struck at Caesarea Maritima, a mint in Judaea under Agrippa I, together with Herod of Chalcis and Claudius, involving A.D. 43 and 44.

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Market Evaluation: Hands clasped in Cooperation and Friendship

The coin comes with a intricate pictorial narrative. The obverse shows Claudius, wearing a toga, standing left, pouring libation on a little altar, involving Agrippa I and Herod of Chalcis, every crowning the emperor having a wreath.

Graded Very Nice with some small roughness and also a scratch on the opposite, the legends -- while still imperfect -- tend to be more visible than normal.

CNG adds,"This remarkable and uncommon problem not just explicitly indicates the alliance over the opposite, even with Agrippa's new name"Great King," but depicts the oath taking ceremony that happened at the Roman Forum and is discussed in historic resources."

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