Well, so, sometimes you have to help
yourself. I was lucky enough to pick
up a cheap
copy of Dalaison
from an antiquarian.
And my coins is not recorded, there, either. However, the obverse
die is, Dalaisons's obverse type
D 143, and the reverse
die is as well, Dalaison
's R 177. The latter was recorded only for Septimius Severus
The obverse legend
is PO CEPTIMI GETAS, and, at ex.: KECARA (retrograde), Dalaison
describes the bust
as: "Buste drapé et cuirass
é à dr. Ètoile marquant la séparation entre la fin et le début de la légende. Légende inscrite entre deux couronnne de grènetis." Bust
draped and cuirassed
to the right. Star
marking the separation between the end and the beginning of the legend
inscribed between two crowns of beads.
So far it seems the obverse
was only known for one of the typical pyre reverse
dies (however, a die that is not otherwise recorded for Geta
, only for Septimius Severus
die of my coin is as mentioned recorded only for Septimius Severus
, as well. And - it is recorded only for one piece in Berlin
, at all, since it differs clearly from the other Athena
reverses in which Athena
has the shield
in her right instead of her left.
So, that's all I found out. And I am quite happy .