RPC III, 1937


Image of specimen #1


Coin type
Volume III
Number 1937
Province Asia
Subprovince Conventus of Smyrna
Region Aeolis
City Cyme
Reign Hadrian
Person (obv.) Antinous
Magistrate Hieronymos
Obverse inscription [ΗΡΩϹ] ΑΝΤΙΝΟΟϹ
Nominative Antinous Hero
Obverse design bare-headed half-length bust of Antinous, right
Reverse design bearded Zeus seated right, half-draped, his right hand resting on stool, left holding sceptre over shoulder
Metal copper-based alloy
Average diameter 35 mm
Axis 6
Reference Blum —
Specimens 2 (0 in the core collections)
Die-links 1–2: same obv. die as 1937A/1.
Note Hieronymos also signed coins for Antoninus Pius and the young Marcus, as well as several types without an imperial head. Some of these coins without an imperial coins appear in both RPC III and IV, as their chronology is uncertain.

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
1 1     ✸ Künker 133, 11 Oct. 2007, lot 8852; ex MM XIII, 17–19 June 1954, lot 887; Schulman, Mabbott coll., 6–11 June 1969, lot 1421; MM 52, 19–20 June 1975, lot 648; Giessener Münzhandlung 28, 2–3 Feb. 1984, lot 3550; Triton VIII, 11 Jan. 2005, lot 722
2 2     Savoca London 1 Blue, 24 Mar. 2019, lot 651