Marcus Aurelius. A.D. 161-180. Rome - A.D. 170. Æ Sestertius. SALVTI AVG COS III.
Marcus Aurelius. A.D. 161-180. Rome - A.D. 170. Æ Sestertius. Laureate head right / 'SALVTI AVG COS III' Salus standing left holding sceptre & patera feeding snake arising from altar. About Very Fine & Scarce. The goddess of health & welfare, likely this coin was struck to ask for Salus' help with the 'Antonine Plague', now thought to be smallpox.