Roman Republic, Uncertain Moneyer, c. 179 - 170 B.C.
Neither MAV or MAX are listed in references held by . Similar to Matienus , S 68, Syd 320, 162/2a, RSC Matiena 2, which has the MAT. Very small .RR05587. Silver
, -, -, -, -, -, Warsaw-, Ontario-, F, 3.05 g, maximum 15.8 mm, 45o, ? mint, c. 179 - 170 B.C.; right in winged helmet, riding right, MAV or MAX (in below horses), in , and possibly unpublished; SOLD
Roman Republic, Anonymous, 179 - 169 B.C.
The for this issue is about 3.9 grams and an specimen weighs 3.83 grams. -- Roman Republican Coinage by Michael H. used for this issue also include a fly and a feather.RR05586. Silver
, 70, 22, 343, 156/1, VF, nicely , 3.82 g, maximum 18.7 mm, 180o, of right in winged helmet, X behind; in a holding reins, crescent above , prawn below, in a linear frame in , linear ; ; SOLD
Q. Lutatius Cerco, 109 - 108 B.C.
The Q on the indicates the Q. Lutatius Cerco struck this as Questor. The recalls the of C. Lutatius Catulus at the Aegates Insulae in 241 B.C.RR05627. Silver
, 182, 305/1, 559, 2, VF, 3.78 g, maximum 19.1 mm, 45o, mint, 109 - 108 B.C.; of young right wearing crested Corinthian helmet, above,
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