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Crawford 251/2, ROMAN REPUBLIC, M. Fabrinius, AE Triens
Rome, The Republic.
M. Fabrinius, 132 BCE.
AE Triens (4.77g; 20mm).
Rome Mint.

Obverse: Helmeted head of Minerva, facing right; ●●●● value mark, behind.

Reverse: Ships prow facing right; M FABRI-NI above; ●●●● value mark to before; ROMA below.

References: Crawford 251/2; Sydenham 453a; BMCRR Rome 982; Fabrinia 2.

Provenance: Ex Hessian Vordertaunus Collection [Peus 419 (27 Apr 2017), Lot 144]; ex Italo Vecchi FPL (1976), Lot 104.

According to Crawford, the moneyer is known only from his coins. According to Stevensons Dictionary of Roman Coins, the entire Fabrinia gens is known only from Roman Republican coins. M. Fabrinius produced bronze coins, but no silver coins.
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