Roman Empire Denarius, 3.56g, issued 145-161 CE, RIC 137, RSC 345.
- NGC Certified to XF.
- Attractively toned with underlying luster.
- Reverse type depicts throne (believed to be a pulvinar of Jupiter or Juno).
- Obverse: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS PP, laureate, head of emperor right.
- Reverse: COS IIII, Winged thunderbolt on throne.
- The pulvinar was a special couch used for displaying images of the gods that they might receive offerings at ceremonies.