Gold Coins of Aemilian
I don't expect to ever have a real gold coin of Aemilian. They are among the rarest of Roman coins, so I have a nice counterfeit instead.
|Obverse Photo||Reverse Photo|
|Unlisted||IMP AEMILIANVS PIVS FEL AVG Bust radiate, draped, cuirassed r.||
A Becker counterfeit (made in 1831). Made in white metal and using a radiate bust - so it shouldn't fool anyone. Of course it might be more tricky as an antoninianus, but Becker calls this an Aureus.
|APOL CONSERVAT Apollo stg. l., holding branch, resting l. elbow on lyre|