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Ancient_Counterfeits_Severus_Alexander_Fourree.jpg
23 viewsFourree Denarius, Severus Alexander, copying RIC 196
Obv: IMP SEV ALEXANDER AVG
Laureate head right, drapery on left shoulder
Double strike
Rev: FORTVNAE REDVCI
Fortuna standing left, holding rudder on globe and cornucopiae.

18mm, 3.04g
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30 viewsVespasian. AD 69-79.
Fourrée Denarius (18mm, 2.14 g, 7 h)
Copying a Rome mint issue of AD 77-78.
Laureate head right
Pair of oxen under yoke left
Cf. RIC II 943
1 commentsArdatirion
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21 viewsAelius. Caesar, AD 136-138.
Fourrée Denarius Core (18mm, 2.68 g, 6 h)
Copying a Rome mint issue struck under Hadrian, AD 137
Laureate head right
Pietas standing left, dropping incense on flaming altar and holding box of perfumes
Cf. RIC II 432
Ardatirion
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24 viewsAntoninus Pius. AD 138-161
Fourrée Denarius Core (18mm, 2.02 g, 12 h)
Copying an uncertain issue of the Rome mint
Laureate head right
Uncertain diety standing facing, head right
1 commentsArdatirion
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(0138) ANTONINUS PIUS31 views138 - 161 AD
SILVER-PLATED DENARIUS (FOUREE) 2.70 g 17 mm
O: COS ANTONINVS AVG PIVS P P TR P III
BARE HEAD RIGHT
(P P = 139 AD, COS III = 140 AD)
R: HO-N-OS
HONOS, TOGATE, STANDING L HOLDING BRANCH AND CORNUCIPIAE
Reverse cf. BMC 41, 264; RIC 79, 422; Cohen 235, 236.
Minted under Antoninus Pius for Marcus Aurelius as Caesar in Rome, 140 - 144 AD
(mismatching dies in silverplated denarii is not uncommon)
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(0193) JUIA DOMNA34 viewsb. ca. 170, d. 217
(wife of Septimius Severus; mother of emperors Geta and Caracalla)
AR Fouree Denarius 19 mm, 3.49 g
O: IVLIA AVGVSTA draped bust right
R: FORTVN-[A]E AVG, Fortuna standing left holding cornucopiae
)(reverse type does not appear to have been used on official Domna denarius issues)
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(03) TIBERIUS27 views14 - 37 AD
AR DENARIUS FOUREE (TRIBUTE PENNY) 18 mm 2.82 g
O: LAUREATE HEAD RIGHT
R: LIVIA SEATED RIGHT HOLDING SCEPTER AND BRANCH
ROME
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Denario_P_Servili_Rulli_Sear207_1_Fourree.jpg
-R-07-01 – P.SERVILIUS M.F. RULLUS (100 A.C.)55 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Denario Forrado 18 mm 3.1 gr

Anv: Busto de Minerva a izquierda, vistiendo yelmo corintio con penacho y aegis – ”RVLLI” detrás.
Rev: Victoria montada en una viga, encabritados sus caballos, a derecha, portando hoja de palma en mano izquierda, "P” debajo (esta P=público parece ser la última forma de abreviar EX ARGENTO PVBLICO y estaría marcando que esta moneda estaba acuñada en plata retirada de la Tesorería Pública y por consiguiente era una emisión especial). ”P SERVILI M F” en el exergo.

Ceca: No Oficial
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #207 Pag.112 - Craw RRC #328/1 - Syd CRR #601 - BMCRR #1672 - RSC Vol.1 Servilia 14 Pag.88
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Denario_M_Aquillius_Sear_336_1_Fourree.jpg
-R-19-01 – Mn. AQUILLIUS Mn.f.Mn.n. (71 A.C.)29 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Denario Aserrado/dentado Forrado 19x17 mm 3.1 gr

Anv: Busto vestido y con yelmo de Virtus, viendo a derecha – ”VIRTVS” adelante y ”III VIR” detrás.
Es la primer aparición en la amonedación del título de Triunviro de un Monetario.
Rev: Guerrero (Mn. Aquillius, Cónsul en el 101 A.C.) de pié de frente, viendo a la derecha, portando un escudo y levantando la figura de Sicilia que está caída hacia la izquierda., "MN AQVIL” (MN en monograma),en campo derecho, "MN F MN N” (ambas MN en monograma),en campo izquierdo y ”SICIL” en el exergo.

Este denario refiere a los éxitos en Sicilia de Man. Aquillius (Cónsul en el 101 A.C.) y el excepcional valor demostrado por Este durante toda la guerra.

Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #336 Pag.135 - Craw RRC #401/1 - Syd CRR #798 - BMCRR #3364-9 - RSC Vol.1 Aquillia 2 Pag.16
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RIC_28_Denario_Forrado_Tiberio.jpg
04-05 - TIBERIO (14 - 37 D.C.)26 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Denario Forrado 18.5 mm 2.5 gr.

Anv: "TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS" (Leyenda de der. a izq.) - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "PONTIF MAXIM" (Leyenda de der. a izq.) - Julia Livia (Madre del Emperador personificando a la Paz) sentada a derecha en una silla con patas ornamentadas apoyadas directamente en el piso, portando un largo cetro en mano derecha y rama de olivo en izquierda.
Este denario es el comúnmente llamado “el Penique del Tributo” de la muy conocida historia relatada en el Evangelio de San Mateo (22,17-21) del Nuevo Testamento.

Acuñada 16 - 37 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: RIC Vol.1 #28 Pag.95 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #1763 Pag.346 - BMCRE Vol.1 #45 - Cohen Vol.1 #16 Pag.191 - DVM #8b Pag.75 - CBN #16 - RSC Vol. II #16b Pag.1 - Hendin #916 Pag.418
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Denario_Tiberius_RIC_30_2_Fourree.jpg
04-09 - TIBERIO (14 - 37 D.C.)45 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Denario Forrado 19x18 mm 2.5 gr.

Anv: "TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS" (Leyenda de der. a izq.) - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "PONTIF MAXIM" (Leyenda de der. a izq.) - Julia Livia (Madre del Emperador personificando a la Paz) sentada a derecha en una silla con patas ornamentadas apoyadas directamente en el piso, portando un largo cetro en mano derecha y rama de olivo en izquierda.
Este denario es el comúnmente llamado “el Penique del Tributo” de la muy conocida historia relatada en el Evangelio de San Mateo (22,17-21) del Nuevo Testamento.
Acuñada 16 - 37 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: RIC Vol.1 #30 Pag.95 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #1763 Pag.346 - BMCRE Vol. I #42 - Cohen Vol.1 #16 Pag.191 - DVM #8a Pag.75 - CBN #16 - RSC Vol. II #16b Pag.1 - Hendin #916 Pag.418
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RIC_30_Denario_Forrado_Tiberio.jpg
04-09 - TIBERIO (14 - 37 D.C.)21 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Denario Forrado 19x18 mm 2.5 gr.

Anv: "TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVSTVS" (Leyenda de der. a izq.) - Busto laureado viendo a derecha.
Rev: "PONTIF MAXIM" (Leyenda de der. a izq.) - Julia Livia (Madre del Emperador personificando a la Paz) sentada a derecha en una silla con patas ornamentadas apoyadas directamente en el piso, portando un largo cetro en mano derecha y rama de olivo en izquierda.
Este denario es el comúnmente llamado “el Penique del Tributo” de la muy conocida historia relatada en el Evangelio de San Mateo (22,17-21) del Nuevo Testamento.
Acuñada 16 - 37 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: RIC Vol.1 #30 Pag.95 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #1763 Pag.346 - BMCRE Vol. I #42 - Cohen Vol.1 #16 Pag.191 - DVM #8a Pag.75 - CBN #16 - RSC Vol. II #16b Pag.1 - Hendin #916 Pag.418
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Caracalla_AR-Ant_ANTONINVS-PIVS-AVG-GERM_TEMPORVM-FELICITAS_Roma-RIC-_Q-001_21-22mm_5_02g-s.jpg
051 Caracalla (196-198 A.D. Caesar, 198-217 A.D. Augustus ), RIC IV-I Not in, Caracalla and Ellagabal (plated) fouree Antoninianus contemporary hybrid imitation,83 views051 Caracalla (196-198 A.D. Caesar, 198-217 A.D. Augustus ), RIC IV-I Not in, Caracalla and Ellagabal (plated) fouree Antoninianus contemporary hybrid imitation,
"It's a fourree, and it's a contemporary imitation."- by Robert Brenchley- many thanks
avers:- ANTONINVS-PIVS-AVG-GERM, Caracalla (198 - 217), Radiate, draped and cuirassed bust right 215? (Rome).
revers:- TEMPORVM-FELICITAS, Ellagaball (218 - 222), Felicitas standing left, holding caduceus and cornucopia. 219-220 (Rome).
exe:-/-//--, diameter: 21-22mm, weight: 5,02g, axis: -h,
mint: ???, date: ??? , ref: ???,
Q-001
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Craw_328_1_Denario_Forrado_P__Servilius_-_M_F__Rullus.jpg
09-01 - P.SERVILIUS M.F. RULLUS (100 A.C.)14 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Denario Forrado 18 mm 3.1 gr

Anv: Busto de Minerva a izquierda, vistiendo yelmo corintio con penacho y aegis – ”RVLLI” detrás.
Rev: Victoria montada en una viga, encabritados sus caballos, a derecha, portando hoja de palma en mano izquierda, "P” debajo (esta P=público parece ser la última forma de abreviar EX ARGENTO PVBLICO y estaría marcando que esta moneda estaba acuñada en plata retirada de la Tesorería Pública y por consiguiente era una emisión especial). ”P SERVILI M F” en el exergo.

Ceca: No Oficial

Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #207 Pag.112 - Craw RRC #328/1 - Syd CRR #601 - BMCRR #1672 - RSC Vol.1 Servilia 14 Pag.88
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Denario_Neron_Salus_RIC_67_Fourree.jpg
14-15 - NERON (54 - 68 D.C.)41 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Denario Forrado 17 mm 1.9 gr.

Anv: " NERO CAESAR - AVGVSTVS" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: Salus (La Salud) sentada en un trono a izquierda, portando patera en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido. "SALVS" en el exergo.

Este tipo se refiere a la supresión de la conspiración del Pisonian. El supuesto asesino Fl. Scaevinus, tomó una daga sagrada del templo de Salus en Ferentum para matar a Nerón, pero uno de los libertos de Scaevinus lo traicionó llevando esa misma daga a Nerón como evidencia. Neron dedicó la daga en el templo de Salus en Roma, escribiendo "a Júpiter el Protector". Por este motivo se promovieron con mucha fuerza a Salus y Júpiter Custos en toda la acuñación de Nerón como guardianes del reino..

Acuñada Con posterioridad al 66-67 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: RIC Vol.I #60 Pag.153 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #1945 var. (Leyenda del anverso) Pag.384 - BMCRE Vol.I #90 - Cohen Vol.1 #314 Pag.300 - DVM #15 Pag.85 - CBN #237 - RSC Vol. II #314 Pag.15
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1700 - Mark Antony, Fourree denarius113 viewsMinted in Athens in 32 BC
ANTON AVG IMP III COS DES III III V R P C, bare head of Mark Antony right
ANTONINVS / AVG IMP III in two lines
3,52 gr
Ref : RCV # 1478, HCRI # 347, RSC # 2, Cohen # 2
2 commentsPotator II
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18-12 - VESPASIANO (69 - 79 D.C.)35 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Denario Forrado 19 mm 2.6 gr.

Anv: " IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG" Leyenda en sentido anti-horario - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS – VIII" – Proa de galera hacia la derecha, gran estrella de ocho rayos largos y ocho cortos, arriba.
Este reverso es copia originalmente de la emisión triunviral de Marco Antonio acuñada en el 41/40 A.C. en conmemoración de su reconciliación con Ahenobarbus.

Acuñada Con posterioridad al 77-78 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: RIC Vol.II #108 Pag.26 – RIC2 #941 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #2290 Pag.435 - BMCRE Vol.2 #210 - Cohen Vol.1 #136 Pag.377/8 - DVM #24/3 Pag.101 - CBN #187 - RSC Vol. II #136 Pag.42
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19-01 - Mn. AQUILLIUS Mn.f.Mn.n. (71 A.C.)9 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Denario Aserrado/dentado Forrado 19x17 mm 3.1 gr

Anv: Busto vestido y con yelmo de Virtus, viendo a derecha – ”VIRTVS” adelante y ”III VIR” detrás.
Es la primer aparición en la amonedación del título de Triunviro de un Monetario.
Rev: Guerrero (Mn. Aquillius, Cónsul en el 101 A.C.) de pié de frente, viendo a la derecha, portando un escudo y levantando la figura de Sicilia que está caída hacia la izquierda., "MN AQVIL” (MN en monograma),en campo derecho, "MN F MN N” (ambas MN en monograma),en campo izquierdo y ”SICIL” en el exergo.

Este denario refiere a los éxitos en Sicilia de Man. Aquillius (Cónsul en el 101 A.C.) y el excepcional valor demostrado por Este durante toda la guerra.

Ceca: Roma
Referencias: Sear RCTV Vol.1 #336 Pag.135 - Craw RRC #401/1 - Syd CRR #798 - BMCRR #3364-9 - RSC Vol.1 Aquillia 2 Pag.16
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Denario_Domit-Vesp-Tito_Fourree.jpg
21-01 - DOMICIANO (81 - 96 D.C.) 50 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Híbrido realizado con cuños pertenecientes el anverso a Domiciano y el del reverso a su padre Vespasiano ó a su hermano Tito.
Denario Forrado 18x16 mm 2.2 gr.

Anv: "CAESAR DIVI F DOMITIANVS COS VII" Leyenda en sentido anti-horario - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
El cuño del anverso se puede datar por los títulos del Emperador (COS VII – Cónsul por Séptima vez) ya avanzado el 80 D.C.
Rev: "PON MAX – TR P COS VI" – Pax (La Paz) sentada en un trono a izquierda, portando una rama de olivo en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido.
El cuño del reverso puede pertenecer a monedas emitidas por Vespasiano en el 75 D.C. o por Tito en 77-78 D.C. años en los cuales los mencionados ostentaban el título de Cónsul por sexta vez respectivamente.

Acuñada Con posterioridad al 80 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: Anverso copiado de los utilizados en las emisiones correspondientes al año 80 D.C., y el reverso imitando al RIC Vol.II #90 (Vespasianus) Pag.24, Cohen #366 ó al RIC Vol.II #200 (Titus) Pag.38, Cohen #154
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RIC_90-200_Denario_Forrado_Domiciano.jpg
21-01 - DOMICIANO (81 - 96 D.C.) 17 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Híbrido realizado con cuños pertenecientes el anverso a Domiciano y el del reverso a su padre Vespasiano ó a su hermano Tito.
Denario Forrado 18x16 mm 2.2 gr.

Anv: "CAESAR DIVI F DOMITIANVS COS VII" Leyenda en sentido anti-horario - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
El cuño del anverso se puede datar por los títulos del Emperador (COS VII – Cónsul por Séptima vez) ya avanzado el 80 D.C.
Rev: "PON MAX – TR P COS VI" – Pax (La Paz) sentada en un trono a izquierda, portando una rama de olivo en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido.
El cuño del reverso puede pertenecer a monedas emitidas por Vespasiano en el 75 D.C. o por Tito en 77-78 D.C. años en los cuales los mencionados ostentaban el título de Cónsul por sexta vez respectivamente.

Acuñada Con posterioridad al 80 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: Anverso copiado de los utilizados en las emisiones correspondientes al año 80 D.C., y el reverso imitando al RIC Vol.II #90 (Vespasianus) Pag.24, Cohen #366 ó al RIC Vol.II #200 (Titus) Pag.38, Cohen #154
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Denario_Domitian_RIC_596_1_Fourree.jpg
21-02 - DOMICIANO (81 - 96 D.C.) 47 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA, puede estar acuñado con un anverso anterior, si vemos el espacio entre la terminación de la leyenda visible TR P y el pecho del emperador vemos que no hay espacio para que entre VIII, que sería la leyenda de anverso de las monedas acuñadas en el 88 D.C.
Denario Forrado 18x17 mm 2.7 gr.

Anv: "IMP CAES DOMIT AVG - GERM P M TR P [VIII]" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS XIIII LVD SAEC FEC" – Heraldo vistiendo gorro emplumado avanzando a izquierda, portando vara en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y escudo redondo decorado, su centro, con un busto de Minerva.
Para Cohen el Heraldo podría ser un sacerdote Salian (Saltador) de la antigua Roma. Esta moneda es parte de la extensa emisión que se realizó en Roma conmemorando los Juegos Seculares en el otoño del 88 D.C.

Acuñada 3ra. Emisión 88 D.C.
Ceca: No Oficial
Rareza: Rara

Referencias: RIC Vol.II #117 Pag.168 – RIC2 #596 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #2723 Pag.494 - BMCRE Vol.2 #131 - Cohen Vol.1 #76 Pag.476 - DVM #19 Pag.110 - CBN #120 - RSC Vol. II #76/77 Pag.64
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RIC_92_Denario_Forrado_Domiciano.jpg
21-03 - DOMICIANO (81 - 96 D.C.) 16 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Híbrido realizado con cuños que al datarlos por los títulos que ostentaba el Emperador, nos dan dos fechas distintas, a saber: 93 D.C. para el cuño del anverso y 87 D.C. para el del reverso.
Denario Forrado 18 mm 2.3 gr.

Anv: "IMP CAES DOMIT AVG - GERM P M TR P XIII" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
[I] El cuño del anverso se puede datar por los títulos del Emperador (TR P XIII – Recibidos sus poderes de Tribuno por décima tercera vez) en el 93 D.C. Un corte de testeo cruza el busto del Emperador, al parecer a alguien en la antigüedad no lo convenció la falsificación
Rev: "IMP XIIII COS XIII CENS P P P" – Minerva de pié a derecha sobre la proa de una galera, blandiendo una jabalina con mano derecha y portando escudo en la izquierda.
El cuño del reverso se puede datar por los títulos del Emperador (IMP XIIII COS XIII) en el 87 D.C.

Acuñada Con posterioridad al 93 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: Anverso copiado de los utilizados en las emisiones correspondientes a los años 93 y 94 D.C., y el reverso imitando al RIC Vol.II #92 Pag.165 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #2730 Pag.495 - BMCRE Vol.2 #103 - Cohen Vol.1 #218 Pag.490 - DVM #19 Pag.110 - CBN #104 - RSC Vol. II #218 Pag.67
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Denario_Domitiano_RIC_92_176_Fourree.jpg
21-04 - DOMICIANO (81 - 96 D.C.) 46 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Híbrido realizado con cuños que al datarlos por los títulos que ostentaba el Emperador, nos dan dos fechas distintas, a saber: 93 D.C. para el cuño del anverso y 87 D.C. para el del reverso.
Denario Forrado 18 mm 2.3 gr.

Anv: "IMP CAES DOMIT AVG - GERM P M TR P XIII" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
[I] El cuño del anverso se puede datar por los títulos del Emperador (TR P XIII – Recibidos sus poderes de Tribuno por décima tercera vez) en el 93 D.C. Un corte de testeo cruza el busto del Emperador, al parecer a alguien en la antigüedad no lo convenció la falsificación
Rev: "IMP XIIII COS XIII CENS P P P" – Minerva de pié a derecha sobre la proa de una galera, blandiendo una jabalina con mano derecha y portando escudo en la izquierda.
El cuño del reverso se puede datar por los títulos del Emperador (IMP XIIII COS XIII) en el 87 D.C.

Acuñada Con posterioridad al 93 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: Anverso copiado de los utilizados en las emisiones correspondientes a los años 93 y 94 D.C., y el reverso imitando al RIC Vol.II #92 Pag.165 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #2730 Pag.495 - BMCRE Vol.2 #103 - Cohen Vol.1 #218 Pag.490 - DVM #19 Pag.110 - CBN #104 - RSC Vol. II #218 Pag.67
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RIC_117_Denario_Forrado_Domiciano.jpg
21-05 - DOMICIANO (81 - 96 D.C.) 19 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA, puede estar acuñado con un anverso anterior, si vemos el espacio entre la terminación de la leyenda visible TR P y el pecho del emperador vemos que no hay espacio para que entre VIII, que sería la leyenda de anverso de las monedas acuñadas en el 88 D.C.
Denario Forrado 18x17 mm 2.7 gr.

Anv: "IMP CAES DOMIT AVG - GERM P M TR P [VIII]" - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS XIIII LVD SAEC FEC" – Heraldo vistiendo gorro emplumado avanzando a izquierda, portando vara en la mano de su brazo derecho extendido y escudo redondo decorado, su centro, con un busto de Minerva.
Para Cohen el Heraldo podría ser un sacerdote Salian (Saltador) de la antigua Roma. Esta moneda es parte de la extensa emisión que se realizó en Roma conmemorando los Juegos Seculares en el otoño del 88 D.C.

Acuñada 3ra. Emisión 88 D.C.
Ceca: No Oficial
Rareza: Rara

Referencias: RIC Vol.II #117 Pag.168 – RIC2 #596 - Sear RCTV Vol.1 #2723 Pag.494 - BMCRE Vol.2 #131 - Cohen Vol.1 #76 Pag.476 - DVM #19 Pag.110 - CBN #120 - RSC Vol. II #76/77 Pag.64
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23-04 - NERVA (96 - 98 D.C.)42 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Híbrido realizado con cuños pertenecientes a dos emisiones diferentes, pero ambas del mismo Emperador.
Denario Forrado 19x17 mm 2.9 gr.

Anv: "IMP NERVA CAES AVG P M TR P COS II P P - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS III PATER PATRIAE" – Implementos/emblemas sacerdotales del Augur usados en los sacrificios: "simpulum" (copa pequeña), "aspergillum" (instrumento para espolvorear o rociar), "praefericulum" (jarra o vaso utilizado en los sacrificios) y "lituus" (báculo o cayado usado por los augures).
Acuñada Con posterioridad al 97 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: RIC Vol.II #139 (Hybrid) Pag.233, Cohen Vol. II #49 Pag. 6 - BMCRE Vol.3 Pag.5 Nota.
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23-04 - NERVA (96 - 98 D.C.)18 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA,
Híbrido realizado con cuños pertenecientes a dos emisiones diferentes, pero ambas del mismo Emperador.
Denario Forrado 19x17 mm 2.9 gr.

Anv: "IMP NERVA CAES AVG P M TR P COS II P P - Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "COS III PATER PATRIAE" – Implementos/emblemas sacerdotales del Augur usados en los sacrificios: "simpulum" (copa pequeña), "aspergillum" (instrumento para espolvorear o rociar), "praefericulum" (jarra o vaso utilizado en los sacrificios) y "lituus" (báculo o cayado usado por los augures).
Acuñada Con posterioridad al 97 D.C.
Ceca: No oficial

Referencias: RIC Vol.II #139 (Hybrid) Pag.233, Cohen Vol. II #49 Pag. 6 - BMCRE Vol.3 Pag.5 Nota.
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3) The Tyrannicides: Brutus30 viewsBrutus 42 BC, Fourree Denarius
Roman Imperatorial, Brutus 42 BC, Fourree Denarius, 2.47g: Obv: Veiled and draped bust of Libertas right. "L.SESTI PRO Q" Rev: Tripod flanked by an axe and simpulum. "Q CAEPIO BRVTVS PRO CO". RSC 11. L Sestius Pro-Quaestor
Ex Aegean Numismatics Auction, 5/11/17
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31-05a - ANTONINO PIO (138 - 161 D.C)18 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Denario Forrado 19x17 mm 2.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG - PIVS P P IMP II” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "TR POT XX COS IIII" – Annona (La abundancia) sentada en un trono a la derecha, portando cornucopia con ambas manos. A sus pies a la derecha un modius.

Acuñada: 156 - 157 D.C.
Ceca: No Oficial ?

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #262 Pag.57 - DVM #54/5 Pag.137 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4124 (var. en la leyenda del rev,) Pag.216 – BMCRE IV #878/80 Pag.129 – RSC Vol. II #1021 Pag.187 - Cohen Vol.II #1021 Pag.368 – Strack Vol.III #311
mdelvalle
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31-05a – ANTONINO PIO (138 – 161 D.C)47 viewsFALSIFICACIÓN ANCIANA
Denario Forrado 19x17 mm 2.6 gr.

Anv: "ANTONINVS AVG - PIVS P P IMP II” – Cabeza laureada viendo a derecha.
Rev: "TR POT XX COS IIII" – Annona (La abundancia) sentada en un trono a la derecha, portando cornucopia con ambas manos. A sus pies a la derecha un modius.

Acuñada: 156 - 157 D.C.
Ceca: No Oficial ?

Referencias: RIC Vol.III #262 Pag.57 - DVM #54/5 Pag.137 - Sear RCTV Vol.II #4124 (var. en la leyenda del rev,) Pag.216 – BMCRE Vol.4 #878 – RSC Vol. II #1021 Pag.187 - Cohen Vol.II #1021 Pag.368 – Strack Vol.III #311
mdelvalle
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ACHAIA, Achaean League, Elis. Circa 175-168 BC. Bronze dichalkon?134 viewsBronze Dichalkon? (16mm). Laureate head of Zeus right / AX monogram, F-A across, LY above; all within wreath tied at the bottom.

If fourree core - Imitating BCD 665.5/Clerk 280?
CGPCGP
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ACHAIA, Achaean League, Megalopolis. Circa 160-150 BC. Bronze dichalkon 81 viewsBronze dichalkon or fourree core. 14.2mm. 2.27 g.
Obverse: Laureate head of Zeus right
Reverse: Large X with ΞB above, K-A across, M and thunderbolt below, all within wreath

Attribution: cf. BCD Peloponnesos 1551.1 Date: 160-150 BC

Ex BCD with tag. Note from BCD stating that this is a bronze coin struck from an identified offical die for a hemidrachm. This would make it possibly a test strike in bronze or a fouree core from a stolen die.
1 commentsDino
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Antoninianus Gordian III Imitation "Barbarous" LAETITIA AVG N52 viewsIMP CAES MANT GORDIANVS AVG
LAETITIA AVG N

RIC : 221 (S) ; C 118 (3 Francs or) related as a "good" antoninianus
Prototype : an obverse of the Issues 1-3B and a reverse of the Issue 4

Coin Fourree

Weight : 4,15gr

A very beautiful style for this imitation. A typical "barbarous style".
1 commentsChut
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Antoninianus Gordian III Imitation "Barbarous" VIRTVS AVG ????28 viewsIMP CAES MANT GORDIANVS AVG
????? maybe VIRTVS or VICTORIA

Weight : 2,90 gr

Fourree

A very unusual style. The portrait is very strange and typical.
The style is touching and a bit clumsy.

I think it's the same celator as for this other imitations (from my collection ) :
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-58496
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-58496
Chut
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Antoninianus Gordian III Imitation FIDES MILITVM41 viewsIMP CAES MANT GORDIANVS
FIDES MILITVM

RIC : No number, but the prototype is RIC 1

Coin : fourree

Weight : 3,46gr

A very unusual style. The portrait is very strange and typical. The reverse is also strange : FIDES looks like a man with a crown.

I think it's the same celator as for this other imitations (also from my collection ) :
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-58496
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-58585
1 commentsChut
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Antoninianus Gordian III Imitation VIRTVS AVG41 viewsIMP CAES MANT GORDIANVS AVG
VIRTVS AVG

This coin was fourree.
Weight : 3,57 gr

RIC: No number but the Prototype is RIC 6

A very unusual style. The portrait is very strange and typical.
The style is touching and a bit clumsy.

I think it's the same celator as for this other imitations (from my collection ) :
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-58496
http://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-58585
Chut
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Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius Fourree20 viewsFourree Denarius, imitating RIC 415a
Obv: ANTONINVS AVG PIVS [P P TR P COS III]
Head, bare, r.
Rev: AVRELIVS CAESAR AVG PII F COS
Head, bare, r.

2.76g, 18mm
klausklage
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Artabanos I. or Artabanos III. (Assar), ca. 126 - 122 BC7 viewsFourree dr, 3,65gr, 20mm;
mint: ??, axis 12h;
obv.: bare-headed bust, left, w/diadem and 2 ribbons; short, cap like hair, medium long beard, mustache; earring, pearl(?) necklace; tunic; some scratches;
rev.: archer, right, on omphalos, w/bow; 4-line legend: BΛΣIΛEΩΣ MEΓΛΛY ΛPΣΛKV IIIVHVN ; silver plate missing in left and right field;
ex: Nisa Collection
1 commentsSchatz
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Augustus, 27 BC - 14 AD152 viewsObv: No legend, laureate head of Augustus facing right.

Rev: A square altar inscribed FORT RED / CAES AVG / S P Q R.

Note: Refers to the altar to Neptune erected by the Senate near Rome's gates to commemorate Augustus' safe return from Armenia in 19 BC.

Plated Denarius, Illegal mint after Patricia or Nemausus, c. 19 - 18 BC

2.9 grams, 18.6 mm, 165°

RIC I 54a, RSC 104, S1608 (var.), VM 58

Ex: FORVM
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C Fabius CT Hadrianus Fourree Denarius, Cr 322/1, Cybele25 viewsOBV: EX•A•PV behind veiled & turreted bust of Cybele right
REV: C•FABI•C•F, victory in biga right; stork below
3.28g, 20mm

Minted at Rome, 102 BC
Legatus
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Caligula, 37 - 41 AD176 viewsObv: C CAESAR AVG GERM PM TR POT, laureate head of Caligula facing right.

Rev: GERMANICVS CAES P C CAES AVG GERM, bare head of Germanicus facing right.

Plated Denarius, Illegal Mint after Lugdunum, circa 37 - 38 AD

3 grams, 19 mm, 90°

RIC I 18, RSC Caligula & Germanicus 2, S1815 (var.), VM 3
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Campania, Hyrianoi. (Circa 405-400 BC)36 viewsFourrée Nomos (20.5mm, 6.33 g)

Obverse: Head of Athena wearing crested helmet decorated with olive-wreath and owl.

Reverse: Man-faced bull standing r. on exergual line, YDINA (retrograde) above. YDINA is in Oscan script and means "Urina", another name for Hyria.

For prototype, cf. HN Italy 539.

The city, named both Nola (new city) and Hyria (which Nola likely arose from), was situated in the midst of the plain lying to the east of Mount Vesuvius, 21 miles south of Capua. While Neapolis was the focus of minting in this general area, Neapolitan designs were adopted by several new series of coins, some of them bearing legends in Oscan script referring to communities that are otherwise unknown (such as the Hyrianoi). Complex die linking between these different series indicate, at the very least, close cooperation in minting. Didrachms sharing motives (Athena/man headed bull), but with legends referring to different issuing communities on the reverse, testify to the integration into a common material culture in Campania in the late fifth to early fourth century. The die sharing and use of legends in Oscan script allow for an interpretation of these issues as indigenous coinages struck in the Campanian mileu.

The influence of Athens on Hyria can be seen not only in the great number of Greek vases and other articles discovered at the old city but by the adoption of the head of Pallas with the Athenian owl as their obverse type.

This particular coin is an ancient forgery, which were quite common in Magna Graecia and typically of much higher quality than fourrees produced elsewhere. In ON THE FORGERIES OF PUBLIC MONEY [J. Y. Akerman
The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Numismatic Society, Vol. 6 (APRIL, 1843–JANUARY, 1844), pp. 57-82] it is noted that ancient forgeries tend "to be most abundantly found to belong to the most luxurious, populous, and wealthy cities of Magna Graecia...Nor is it surprising that the luxury and vice of those celebrated cities should have led to crime; and among crimes, to the forging of money, as furnishing the means for the more easy gratification of those sensual indulgences, which were universally enjoyed by the rich in those dissipated and wealthy cities. Many of the coins of the places in question having been originally very thickly coated, or cased with silver (called by the French, fourrees), pass even now among collectors without suspicion."
1 commentsNathan P
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Caracalla, Fourree7 viewsFourree Denarius
Roman Imperial - The Principate

Caracalla

Uncertain mint, ~ 206 A.D
Base metal core beneath silver surface.
20.0 mm / 3.342 g / 0°

Obverse: "ANTONINVS PIVS AVG", laureate, draped bust right.
Reverse: "RECTOR ORBIS", Caracalla as Sol standing front with globe and reversed spear.

RIC 141, RSC 546.

MyID: 009D
TenthGen
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Claudius, 41 - 54 AD82 viewsObv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG PM TRP VI IMP XI, laureate head of Claudius facing right.

Rev: PACI AVGVSTAE, Nemesis walking right, holding a caduceus in her left hand, serpent before her.

Plated Denarius, Illegal mint after Rome, c. 50 - 51 AD

3.3 grams, 19 mm, 180°

RIC I 39, RSC 58, S1846, VM 8c
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Claudius, 41 - 54 AD61 viewsObv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG PM TRP VI IMP XI, laureate head of Claudius facing right.

Rev: SPQR / P P / OP CS, in three lines within an oak wreath.

Plated Denarius, Illegal mint after Rome, ca. 46 - 47 AD

2.9 grams, 19 mm, 180°

RIC I 41, RSC 87, S1848, VM 10
1 commentsSPQR Coins
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CN Plamcivs Fourree Denarius, Cr 432/1, Diana25 viewsOBV: Head of Diana Planciana right, wearing petasus, earring, and necklace
REV: Cretan goat standing right; bow and quiver behind
2.67g
Ex CNG
Minted at Rome, 55BC
Legatus
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Cr 320/1 fouree AR Denarius Fouree L. Julius L.f. Caesar13 viewsc. 103 BCE fourrée denarius (16.8 mm, 3.01 g, 5 h)
o: CAESAR upwards behind helmeted head of Mars, left; above, control symbol Q OR p
r: Venus driving a chariot left, drawn by two flying erotés; lyre in field beneath; L·IVLI·L·F in ex.
cf. Julia 4
An extremely convincing fouree, with break-through wear on the highest points on the reverse. Crawford says that the type repeats the control mark, which is variable in execution on authentic pieces, on both sides, which I do not clearly see on this otherwise crisp coin; perhaps this was a "tell" to contemporaries.
PMah
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Diadumenian, as Caesar,Denarius fourrée10 viewsObverse: M OPEL ANT DIADVMENIAN CAES Bare headed and draped bust right.
Reverse: PRINC IVVENTVTIS . Diadumenian standing left holding
wand and sceptre, two standards to right .RIC 108 sear5 #7448

2.07gm.
Britanikus
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Domitian (as Caesar), 69 - 81 AD68 viewsObv: CAESAR DIVI F DOMITIANVS COS VII, laureate head of Domitian facing right.

Rev: TRP VIIII IMP XIIII COS VII PP, radiate statue atop a rostral column.

Plated Denarius, Type of Rome mint, c. 80 - 81 AD

3 grams, 19.5 mm, 180°

By looking at this coin accuracy wasn't important to ancient counterfeiters. The obverse is a Domitian as Caesar whereas the reverse is taken from a coin of his brother Titus as Augustus.

A similar hybrid is listed in Roman Silver Coins as Domitian 590b with slightly different inscriptions.
SPQR Coins
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Domitianus (plated hybrid 4)41 viewsObv : IMP CAES DOMITIANVS AVG GERMANIC, Laureate head right, with aegis
Rev : IMP XIIII COS XIII CENS P P P, Minerva standing right on capital of rostral column, with spear and shield; to right, owl
AR/Fourree Denarius (18.45 mm 2.72 g 6h) Struck by uncertain mint aroud 87 A.D.
This ancient forgery combines an obverse of year 84 with a reverse of year 87 (2nd issue).
The core metal shows up on reverse at 7 h.
FlaviusDomitianus
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EB0404 Domitian / Alter18 viewsDomitian, Fourrée AR Denarius, 82 AD.
Obv: IMP CAES DOMITIANVS AVG P M, laureate head right.
Rev: TR POT COS VIII P P, lighted and garlanded altar.
References (for non-Fourree): RIC II 94. Rare.
Diameter: 20mm, Weight: 2.809 grams.
1 commentsEB
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EB0478 Septimius Severus / Victory & Trophy13 viewsSeptimius Severus, Fourree Denarius, Emisa Mint, 194-195 AD.
Obverse: IMP CAE [L] SEP [SEV] PERT AVG CO[S II], Laureate head right.
Reverse: V[I]C[TOR] AV[G], Victory flying right holding trophy.
References: RIC IV Septimius Severus 423 (non-Fourree).
Diameter: 17.5mm, Weight: 3.188 grams.
EB
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EB0487 Caracalla / Concordia16 viewsCaracalla, AR (poss. Fourree) Denarius, 210 AD.
Obv: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG, laureate head right.
Rev: PONTIF TR P XIII COS III, Concordia seated left, holding patera and double cornucopiae.
References: RIC IV 116A.
Diameter: 19mm, Weight: 3.147 grams.
EB
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Faustina II fourree14 viewsFaustina Jr Fourree
The obverse legend on the right side of the bust says FAUVSTIN?, which is consistent with a DIVA FAUVSTINA issue, the reverse appears to be AETERNITAS, Juno standing left, hand raised, holding scepter.
Tanit
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Fourree of Alexander III of Macadonia AE 16mm15 viewsFourree of Alexander III of Macadonia Drachm C. 320-290 BC.
Obv. Head of Herakles right in lionskin headdress.
Rev. ALEXANDROU, Zeus seated left, holding eagle and sceptre.

( I was advised by Dr. Ilya Prokopov that the silver coating on this coin was most probably destroyed by fire, leaving the bronze core with a very soft look. )
Lee S
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Geta Fouree17 viewsObv: P SEPT GETA CAES PONT
Draped bust r.
Rev: P M TR P XIIII COS III P P (?)
Genius standing left, sacrificing from patera in right over lit altar, heads of grain in left hand (Sept. Sev., RIC 201)

2.34g, 18mm
klausklage
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Gordian III, Fourree25 viewsFourree Antoninianus
Roman Imperial - The Crisis

Gordian III
Base metal underneath silver surface. Fine
Unofficial Mint, 241-243 A.D.

23.5 mm / 3.891 g / 180°

Obverse: "IMP GORDIANVS PIVS FEL AVG", radiate, draped, cuirassed bust right.
Reverse: "LAETITIA AVG N", Laetitia standing right with wreath and anchor.

RIC 86. RSC 121.

MyID: 009B
TenthGen
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GREEK, Alexander III Fouree Tetradrachm287 views27mm 14.74g
Test cut on obv. exposing copper core. Scrape on reverse. Looks like the finder went a bit overboard with the cleaning.
Unfortunately I lack the references to tell what type/mint this is imitating but I believe it is not a lifetime issue.

3 commentsTRPOT
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Hadrian FORT RED Fourree16 viewsObv: IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS [AVG missing]
Bust laur. r., draped and cuirassed.
Rev: PONT MAX TR POT COS I (sic!) - FORT RED
Fortuna seated left holding rudder and cornucopiae.

2.26g, 19mm
klausklage
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Hadrian RIC 82 Fourree13 viewsFourree Denarius, imitating RIC 82 (119-122 A.D.)
Obv.: IMP TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG
Head laur. r., drapery on l. shoulder
Rev: P M TR P COS III
Concordia seated l., holding patera.

2.66g, 17-20mm
klausklage
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Himyarites, Silver fourree Drachm; Antelope's head facing/ Male head l.11 viewsArabia Felix, Himyarite Confederacy Anonymous Fourree Denarius (silver plated bronze, 14mm) minted c. 1st century B.C. Antelope’s head facing, plume above. / Male head facing left. A considerable amount of the original plating is intact, just 2 voids on the obverse. Note the prominent overlap seam visible around the edge of the reverse. Ex Barry & DarlingPodiceps
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Huszár 345, Unger 258, Réthy I ---26 viewsHungary. Stephen V (István, in Hun.) (1270-1272). AR (fourrée) obulus, .23 gr., 10-11 mm.

Obv: Half-length portrait of king facing, with imperial orb and scepter.

Rev: Three lilies within triangular shield, lilies to the left, right and above shield.

Fourrée mentioned in: Budaj, M.-Richtera, L.-Jankovič, P.-Macko, J.-Mazík, M.: Dve dobové falzá uhorského denára Štefana V. typu Huszár 343. Two period counterfeit Hungarian Stephens V denars, of the Huszar 343 type. Denarius 5, 2015, p. 33-40.

Huszár rarity rating R4 (but a fourrée/subaerat, per Numismatik Lanz).
Stkp
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Illyria, Epidamnos-Dyrrachium61 viewsObv: EXEΦPΩN, cow standing right, looking back at a calf which it suckles, radiate head of Helios facing right above, owl on right, facing.

Rev: ΔYP ZΩΠYPOY, square containing a double stellate pattern.

Plated Drachm, Illegal mint, c. 250 - 200 BC

2.8 grams, 19 mm, 0°

Maier 215, SNG Copenhagen 465
3 commentsSPQR Coins
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Julia Domna - Fourree8 viewsFourree Denarius
Roman Imperial - The Principate

Julia Domna

Uncertain mint, ~200 A.D
Base metal core beneath silver surface, encrustations remain
19.5 mm / 2.814 g / 180°

Obverse: "IVLIA AVGVSTA", draped bust right.
Reverse: "DIANA LVCIFERA", Diana standing left, holding torch.

RIC 548, RSC 27.

MyID: 009E
TenthGen
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Merovingian fourré tremissis150 viewsMerovingian fourrée tremissis (13 mm, 0.83 g) 7th century. Obverse: ...AMTNIO..., bust left. Reverse: SENNACIVS, cross.

Any help with a reference for this coin is much appreciated.
2 commentsJan (jbc)
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Mesopotamia, Mazaces (satrap under Alexander the Great and Philip III), c. 325 - 315 B.C.96 viewsSilver tetradrachm, similar to cf. Mitchiner (Indo-Greek and Indo Scythian Coinage I) p. 16 Type 13a 4 (owl also standing left), F, 16.85g, 24.1mm, 45o, uncertain mint, obverse head of Athena left, wearing earing and helmet ornamented with three olive leaves; reverse AQE, owl standing right head facing, olive sprig and lunar crescent in upper field to left; heavily oxidized (dark toned) surfaces; unpublished and possibly unique but similar to the attribution ref Mazaces type, Svoronos pl 23, 12 is another left facing Athena (fourree), these are the only known Athens type tetradrachms with Athena left1 commentssalem
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Metapontion, Lucania Phoenicia, AR Plated (fourreé) Stater, c. 400 - 350 BCE68 viewsSilver plated (fourreé) stater of Metapontion, Lucania (Phoenicia / Italy), c. 400 - 350 BCE, 5.32 grams, 18 mm

Obverse: Head of young female, left.
Reverse: Barley ear with murex shell in left field.

Reference: SNG ANS-334, Noe-437, Jameson 289; HN Italy 1521, cf S 404.

Added to collection: January 1, 2006
Daniel Friedman
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Mithradates I., 164 - 132 BC43 viewsFourrée dr., 3,63gr., 20,45mm;
mint: Rhagai ?, axis: 12h;
Sellw. 11.1 type, Shore 24 type, Sunrise -;
obv.: bare-headed, left, w/diadem, knot, and ribbon; med.-long, cap like hair, long beard tapering to a point; earring, one-turn torque w/pellet ends; scarf; complete reel and pellet border; outside left monogr. of Rhagai?; 2 large and 3 small areas w/o silver leaf;
rev.: archer, right, on omphalos, w/bow in extended hand; exergual line; 3-line legend: BAΣIΛEΩΣ MEΓAΛoY APΣAKoY; 3 large and 5 small areas w/o silver leaf;

ex: Baldwin’s Auction 100, lot 353 (3-coin lot); ex: D. Sellwood Collection.
Schatz
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Mithradates I., 171-138 BC,20 viewsFourree dr., 3,96gr, 20mm; Sellwood 11.1var., Shore 24var., Sunrise --;
mint: uncertain, axis: 12h;
obv.: bare-headed head, left, w/diadem, knot and 2 ribbons; medium long hair, long beard; earring, necklace w/pellet finials; reed and pellet border 8-16h;
rev.: archer, right, on omphalos, w/bow in right hand; 3-line legend: BΛΣIΛEΩΣ MEΓΛΛoY ΛPΣΛKoY;

ex: M&M Auction 29
Schatz
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Mithradates II., 121 - 91 BC24 viewsfourrée dr., 2,71gr, 18,6mm; Sellwood type 27;
mint: ?, axis 12h;
obv.: bare-headed, left, w/diadem and 2 ribbons; short hair, mustache, long beard; earring, partial necklace; cuirass;
rev.: archer, right, on throne, w/bow; 5-line illegible script forming square;

most likely a contemporary Eastern forgery;

ex: H. Hass, Germany.
Schatz
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Mithradates II., 121-91 BC 24 viewsfourrée dr., 3,29g; Sellwood 24.9 type, Shore 69 type;
mint: ??, axis 12h;
obv.: bare-headed, left, w/diadem, knot and ribbons; short cap-like hair, mustache, medium-long beard; earring, torque w/pellett finial; cuirass; dotted border 8 to 12;
rev.: archer, right, on omphalos, w/bow in right hand; 4-line legend beginning on left and forming square: (BA)ΣIΛEΩΣ MEΓAΛoY APΣAKoY EΠIΦAN...;
contemporary official forgery?

ex: H. Hass, Germany.
Schatz
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Nero, 54 - 68 AD39 viewsObv: NERO CAESAR AVGVSTVS, laureate head of Nero facing right.

Rev: AVGVSTVS AVGVSTA, Nero, radiate, wearing a toga, holding a patera and scepter standing beside Poppaea who holds a patera and cornucopia.

Plated Denarius, Illegal mint after Rome, ca. 65 AD

2.9 grams, 19 mm, 180°

RIC I 45, RSC 43, S1940, VM 5
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Nerva, fourreé denarius, “Libertas”, 96-98 CE94 viewsFourreé (Silver/bronze) denarius of Nerva (96 - 98 CE), 18 mm, 2.5 grams.

Obverse: IMP NERVA CAES AVG PM TRP COS III PP
Reverse: LIBERTAS PVBLICA, Libertas standing left holding pileus (bonnet) and scepter.

Reference: Ancient forgery of RIC 31; Cohen 117; BMC 61.

Added to collection: October 8, 2005
Daniel Friedman
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Orodes II., 57 - 38 BC27 viewsFourrée dr., 3,53gr, 22,1mm; Sellwood 47.13var., Shore -, Sunrise -;
mint: Areia (?); axis: 12h;
obv.: bare-headed, left, w/ broad diadem, 2 or 3 ribbons; medium-long hair in 5 waves, mustache, short beard in 2 rows of curls; multi-turn torque; crescent in upper right field, star in upper left; reed-and-pellet border 8 to 16h;
rev.: archer, right, on throne, w/bow in one hand and monogram below; 7-line barely readable legend: BACIΛEΩC BACIΛEΩN ΛPCAK, the 2 bottom lines illegible as are the 2 left lines;

ex: M. Breitsprecher, MN.
Schatz
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Persian siglos coin - 375-340 BC103 viewsobv: King advancing right, bearing dagger and bow
rev: Oblong punch & bankers' marks (the mark showed the coin to be good silver [not fourree])
ref: SG4683, Carradice Type IV
5.38gms, 15mm
Artaxerxes II Memnon (404–359 BC) or Artaxerxes III Ochus (358–338 BC) - Kings of Achaemenian Dynasty (559 - 330 BC), Kingdom of Persia.
berserker
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Philip I - Fourrée antoninianus.12 viewsxokleng
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Philip II, Provincial / Imperial Mule18 viewsProvincial / Imperial Mule
Roman Imperial - The Crisis

Philip II

Unofficial Bizya, Thrace mint? ~ 240s AD.
Fair. Perhaps a fourree. Definitely a mule.
22.0 mm / 3.548 g / 0°

Obverse: "M IOVΛ ΦIΛIΠΠOC [KAICAP?]", Bare-headed right.
Reverse: "PROV [IDENTIA?]". Providentia standing left, holding cornucopiae and wand with globe at feet.

Obverse is Moushmov 3819A, Reverse is imperial PROVIDENTIA type.

Found in unclean lot in 2015. Truly a weird coin.

MyID: 004F
TenthGen
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Philistia, Uncertain mint (perhaps Ashkelon). 5th-4th centuries B.C. Fourrée drachm 27 viewsObv. Imitating Athena. Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev. ΑΘΕ, owl standing right, head facing; above, olive-spray with berries; all within incuse square.
References: Gitler & Tal VII.1D. test cut on reverse.
Striped from silvering, 15mm, 2.4 grams.
1 commentsCanaan
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Phoenicia, Arados 161-160 B.C20 viewsAR 17.19mm (Thickness 2.24mm), weight 3.55g, die axis = 12h (0 degrees), Drachm (Fourrée - fire damaged).

Obverse: Bee with straight wings, letters Ϙ (koppa) & Θ (theta) in left field - representing era date 99, monogram in right.

Reverse: ΑΡΑΔΙΩΝ, Stag standing right with palm tree behind.
Martin Rowe
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Phoenicia, Arados 172-109 B.C18 viewsAR 16.60mm (Thickness 1.91mm), weight 2.47g, die axis = 8h (240 degrees), Drachm (Fourrée).

Obverse: Bee with straight wings, letters Λ (lamda) & E (epsilon) in left field - representing era date (135 ?), monogram in right.

Reverse: ΑΡΑΔΙΩΝ, Stag standing right with palm tree behind.
Martin Rowe
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Phoenicia, Arados 172-109 B.C23 viewsAR 17.14mm (Thickness 2.15mm), weight 3.87g, die axis = 1h (30 degrees), Drachm (Fourrée).

Obverse: Bee with straight wings, letters B (beta) & P (rho) in left field - representing era date (?), monogram A in right.

Reverse: ΑΡΑΔΙΩΝ, Stag standing right with palm tree behind.
2 commentsMartin Rowe
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Publius Cornelius Lentulus Marcellinus (Fourree)33 viewsObv: Bare head of Marcus Claudius Marcellus (consul 222 BC) facing right, triskeles behind, MARCELLINVS before.

Rev: Togate figure of Marcus Claudius Marcellus advancing right carrying a trophy (spolia opima) into the tetrastyle temple of Jupiter Feretrius, MARCELLVS on right, COS QVINC on left.

Plated Denarius, Illegal mint after Rome, c. 50 BC

3 grams, 18 mm, 225°

RSC Claudia 11, S409
SPQR Coins
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RIC V 1085 Domitianus49 viewsObv: CAESAR AVG F DOMITIANVS COS VI, Laureate head left
Rev: PRINCEPS IVVENTVTIS, Salus standing right, resting on column, feeding snake out of patera
Fourree Denarius (19.46 mm 2.70 g 6h) Imitates coin struck in Rome 79 A D
Imitates RIC 1085 (R2, Vespasian), RSC 385, BNF 238
2 commentsFlaviusDomitianus
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Caracalla122 viewsObv: ANTONINVS PIVS AVG GERM
Laureate and bare bust, right.
Rev: VENVS VICTRIX
Venus standing left, holding Victory and scepter while left arm rests on shield set on helmet.
Limes Falsa, 2.3 gm, 18.8 mm, Uncertain mint in the style of Rome (RIC 311b)
Comment: Very little is understood of these base metal denarii. Theories run the gamut from frontier military script; fourree cores, and on to modern copy.
1 commentsMassanutten
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Caracalla, Fourree Denarius92 viewsobv: ANTONINVS AVGVSTVS. Laureate and draped bust right
rev: Victory advancing left
Jericho
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Claudius Fouree Denarius141 viewsObv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P VI IMP XI
Rev: S P Q R / P P / OB CS
legend in 3 lines surrounded by oak wreath

17mm 2.6g
imitating RIC I 41
minted 46 A.D. or later
TRPOT
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Claudius I, Fourree Denarius106 viewsClaudius 31-54 A.D.

Obv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P VI IMP XI
Rev: SPQR PP OBCS
1 commentsBarry
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Domitian - Fourree denarius 1122 viewsObverse: CAESAR AVG F DOMITIAN COS II - Laureate head right.
Reverse: (CONCOR) DIA PR - Concordia seated left with patera and cornucopia.
mm. 17 - g. 1,87
Obverse legend known only for AE - Reverse belong to Vitellius (Cohen 18)
Fourree.
FlaviusDomitianus
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Domitian - Fourree denarius 2145 viewsbverse: CAESAR DIV F DOMITIANVS COS VII - Laureate head right.
Reverse: COS V - Heifer standing right.
mm. 19 - g. 2,76
Obverse as RIC 265-274 Titus - Reverse as RIC 858 Vespasian
Fourree.
FlaviusDomitianus
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Domitian - Fourree Tetradrachm117 viewsObverse: AYTOK KAIΣAP ΔOMITINOΣ ΣΕB - Laureate head right.
Reverse: ETOYΣ TPITOY / LΓ - Bust of Alexandria right.
mm. 23 - g. 7,10
as RPC II 2491 - S.N.G. France 4 878-880 (Diobol) but with silver lamina.
Engraver's error: year indicated twice: TPITOY and LΓ
Apparently struck in 82-83 a.D.
ex Harlan J. Berk
FlaviusDomitianus
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Fourree of Hadrian303 viewsObv: Laureate bust, right.
Legend: Hadrianvs AVGVSTVS P P
Rev: Star over crescent
Legend: COS III
Comment: A truly talented Celator...Makes you wonder what was going on at the mint!
Massanutten
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Hadrian, Fourree (Ancient Counterfeit) Denarius100 viewsObv: HADRIANVS AVGVSTVS P P
Laureate and draped bust, right.
Rev: COS III
Star over crescent.
Fourre, 3.2 gm, 18.1 mm
Comment: Fourree.
Massanutten
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Philip I (The Arab) Limes Denarius60 viewsPhilip I
AE Limes 'fourree' Denarius
Uncertain Mint. 247-248 A.D.
Obv: IMP IVL PHILLIPVS AVG - Radiate bust right.
Rev: ROMAE AETERNAE - Roma sitting left, holding Victory and sceptre.
Ref (similar to): RIC 446. Cohen 165. VM 34. RSC 169.
1 commentsseraphic
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Severus Alexander - Barbarous Fouree279 viewsAn imitative, barbarous style fouree of a denarius of the MARS VLTOR type of Severus Alexandermaridvnvm
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Severus Alexander, Denarius fourree.52 viewsRIC 266
Rev: P M TR P III COS P P, Mars standing left, holding olive branch & spear.
E Pinniger
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Tiberius Fourree Denarius42 viewsROMAN EMPIRE, Tiberius Fourree Denarius
PONTIF MAXIM - Livia, as Pax, holding branch and sceptre, seated right; plain legs to chair with double line below.
Lugdunum (Lyon) mint (18-35AD); 2.80g / 19mm / 360
Group 4, c. 18 - 35 A.D.
Obverse: Tiberius is depicted as an older man. One of the ribbons of Tiberius' laurel wreath falls over his neck.
Reverse: No base under the throne (just the single exergual line), Pax usually holds scepter (or rarely a reversed spear), her feet rest on a low footstool.
Aureus: Giard Lyon, Group 4, 149; RIC I 29 (R); BMCRE I 46; Calico 305b (S.1); Cohen 15; SRCV I 1760 - Rare
Denarius: Giard Lyon, Group 4, 150; RIC I 30 (C); BMCRE I 48; RSC II 16a; SRCV I 1763 - Common (approximately half of all Tiberius denarii are this type)
Joe Sermarini
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ROMAN EMPIRE, Trajan, Fouree Denarius168 viewsObv: IMP CAES NER TRAIAN OPTIMO AVG GER DAC
Rev: P M TR P COS VI P P S P Q R
Felicitas stg. l. holding cauduceus and cornucopiae

17mm 2.6g
Ancient counterfeit of RIC II 343
Minted after 114 A.D.

Despite the numerous breaks in the plating I find this coin highly attractive. The dies are beautifully engraved, the toning is nice, and the obverse shows an area where the silver foil was folded over the flan.
2 commentsTRPOT
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ROMAN REPUBLIC, Fourree of Faustus Sulla133 viewsObv: Laureate and diademed head of Venus right, sceptre on shoulder, SC behind;
Rev: Three military trophies between jug and lituus, FAVSTVS monogram in exergue
Denarius subaeratus (2,372 g, 18,5 mm)

Reproducing RRC 426/3, RSC Cornelia 63 of ca. 56. B.C. The coin was struck by the son of the dictator Sulla, but under Pompey: the reverse design may refer to both men, as both used three trophies on their seal (Cassius Dio 42.18.3). Acquired from Forum.
Syltorian
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ROMAN REPUBLIC, L. Aurelius Cotta --AR (fourre) denarius.289 viewsBust of Vulcan right, within wreath. Reverse: Eagle on thunderbolt, within wreath. Aurelia 21; Craw. 314/1 var. Very rare as a fourree. (Ex. Dr. Jon Kardaztke, Part III, I & L Goldberg, June 7, 2000; lot 3416.) featherz
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Septimius Severus - Founder of peace80 viewsDenarius (fourré) 201
O/ SEVERUS - PIUS AUG Laureate head right
R/ FUNDAT-OR - PACIS Septimius, veiled, standing half-left, holding branch and roll
C 205var. - RIC 265var.
Mint: ?
The coin has lost the silver thin layer and is burnt
septimus
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Severus Alexander, 222 - 235 AD22 viewsObv: IMP C M AVR SEV (ALEXAND) AVG, laureate head of Severus Alexander facing right.

Rev: PM TRP V CO (sic) PP, Aequitas standing facing, head turned left, holding scales and cornucopia.

Plated Denarius, Illegal mint, type of 226 AD

3.1 grams, 18.6 mm, 0°

RIC IVii 64, RSC 312
SPQR Coins
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Sicily, Syracuse Silver Hemidrachm, Circa 405 BC Time of Dionysios I. Fourrée (?)60 viewsObverse:Helmeted head of Athena facing slightly left; four dolphins around
Reverse:Charioteer driving fast quadriga left; above, Nike flying right, crowning charioteer; two confronting dolphins in ex. aF / aG
1.72 GR . SNG ANS 312

From The Sam Mansourati Collection.
Sam
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THRACE, ISTROS22 views4th Century BC.
Fourrée AR drachm (possibly barbarous), 16 mm, 3.33 g
O: Two male heads (Dioscuri) facing side by side, the left one inverted.
R: Eagle standing left on dolphin.
Thrace, Moesia Inferior, Istros
laney
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Tiberius Denarius Fourree21 viewsTiberius. 14-37 AD. AR Denarius. TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVST, laureate head right / PONTIF MAXIM, Livia, as Pax, seated right; plain legs to chair. BMCRE 34; RSC 16
Tanit
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Trajan Fourrée Denarius - Victory31 viewsFourree Denarius
Imitating Rome, 103-111 CE

Obv: Laureate draped bust of Trajan (R)
IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPIMO AVG [...].

Rev:Victory advancing left above Dacian shields, holding wreath and palm.
COS V P P S P O R OPTIMO PRIMC

Cf. Woytek 282 (for prototype); cf. RIC 131 (same).

The slightly blundered legends, muling of types and appearance of a more base metal core leads to the conclusion of a likely fourrée.


Imitating RIC 131
1 commentsKained but Able
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Trajan Fourree Denarius RIC 25223 viewsImitating a denarius, 112-114
Obv: IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P COS VI P P
Laur. r., dr. l. s.
Rev: DIVVS PATER TRAIAN
Trajan Senior seated l., holding patera and sceptre.
19mm, 2.90g
1 commentsklausklage
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Trajan Fourree Denarius RIC 33710 viewsImitating Denarius, 114-117
Obv: IMP CAES NER TRAIANO OPTIM[O] AVG GER DAC
Laur. r., dr.
Rev: P M TR P COS VI P P S P Q R
Mars walking r.

20mm, 2.37g
klausklage
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Trajan RIC 128 Fourree4 viewsImitating a denarius, 103-111
Obv: IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P
Laur. r., dr. l. s.
Rev: COS V P P S P Q R OPTIMO PRINC
Victory standing l. half dr., holding wreath and palm.

17mm, 2.08g
see RIC 128 for original
klausklage
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Trajan RIC 212 Fourree49 viewsFourree denarius, 103-111
Obv: IMP TRAIANO AVG GER DAC P M TR P COS V P P
Bust r., laur. (aegis?)
Rev: S P Q R OPTIMO PRINCIPI
Trajan standing on l. crowned by Victory standing on r.

18mm, 2.56g
1 commentsklausklage
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Trajan RIC 22 Fourree19 viewsDenarius, 98-99
Obv: IMP CAES NERVA TRAIAN AVG GERM
Laur. r.
Rev: PONT MAX TR POT COS II
Victory seated l.

19mm, 2.78g
klausklage
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Trajan, 98 - 117 AD39 viewsObv: IMP TRAIANO AVG GERM DAC PM TRP COS VI PP, laureate bust of Trajan facing right with drapery on far shoulder.

Rev: PM TRP COS VI PP SPQR, Virtus standing right, foot on helmet, holding a spear and a parazonium.

Plated Denarius, Illegal mint, c. 112 - 117 AD

2.9 grams, 21 mm, 180°

No listing, the obverse and reverse were not matched on official issues.
2 commentsSPQR Coins
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Unofficial40 viewsAlexander III the great
Tetradrachm Fourree(Ipochalcon)

Obverse:Head of Alexander the great as Herakles wearing lion's skin
Reverse:Zeus on throne ;ΑΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ

25.26mm 15.82g
maik
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VALENTINIEN I (364-375) - IMITATION14 viewsSilique, 364-367, R5
A/D N VALENTINI-ANVS P A
Dominus Noster Valentinianus Pius Felix Augustus, Notre Seigneur Valentinien Pieux Heureux Auguste
Buste à droite, diadémé (Perles), drapé et cuirassé.
R/VOTI/V/MVLT/X//
Votis quinquennalibus/Multis decennalibus, Vœux pour le cinquième anniversaire de règne et plus pour les dix ans à venir
Légende en 4 lignes dans une couronne de lauriers fermée.
Argent - 2.03 gr - 18 mm - 12h
RIC IX IMI, RSC
Commentaires : Imitation avec une légende de droit incomplète (manque le titre d'Auguste AVG). La légende de revers est elle aussi incomplète, ou trop complète. On s'attend à trouver soit VOTIS/MVLTIS, soit VOT/MVLT, plutôt ce dernier par ailleurs le plus fréquent chez Valentinien I.
Cette monaie est fourrée.
Siliquae
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Vespasian / IVDAEA DEVICTA61 viewsVespasian. 69-79 AD. 3.38 g. Denarius, Lugdunum, 71 AD.
O: IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG TR P Head laureate right.
R: IVDAEA DEVICTA Judaea, veiled, with hands tied in front, head bowed, standing left, palm tree behind her. RIC 1120. BM 388. Paris 297. Cohen 243 (15 Fr.). Hendin 1488.

A rare Judaea Capta type, struck only at Lugdunum. An unusual series in that it is far more commonly found as a fourrée than official.

Here is a fourrée from my gallery: http://www.forumancientcoins.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-103021

The Judaea Capta series was the broadest and most diverse series of coins commemorating a Roman victory issued up to that time. The series includes the kinder IVDAEA RECEPTA (Judaea was "received" into the empire), the more honest IVDAEA CAPTA and IVDAEA DEVICTA issues, DE IVDAEVS and IVDAEA, as well as epigraphic reverses. The conquest of the Jews was going to reach every corner of the Roman world and would help establish the Flavian Empire.
3 commentsNemonater
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Vespasian / Pax Denarius107 viewsVespasian. AD 69-79. Fourrée Denarius (19mm, 3.48).
Obverse style and legend copying Ephesus mint denarii. Reverse copying extremely rare aureus from Antioch - RIC 1539
O: IMP CAES VESPAS AVG Laureate head right
R: PONT MAX – TRIB POT Pax seated r. on throne, holding olive branch and vertical scepter.

For some reason the forger decided to match a denarius obverse from Ephesus with an aureus reverse from Antioch.
Although the weight is good, the poor style, muling of types indicates a possible fourrée.
5 commentsNemonater
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Vespasian-RIC-1120136 viewsAR Denarius, 3.10g
Lyon mint, 71 AD
Obv: IMP CAESAR VESPASIANVS AVG TR P; Head of Vespasian, laureate, r.
Rev: IVDAEA DEVICTA; Palm tree; to l., Judaea stg. l., hands bound in front
RIC 1120 (C). BMC 388. RSC 243. BNC 297.
Acquired from eBay, March 2012.

A Judaea Capta type unique to the mint of Lyon. Minted in 71 AD, more specimens of this type are plated than not. This coin is an example of the solid variant. The evidence that this type was well know as a fourrée in ancient times can be seen from the test marks behind the neck and below the chin of the portrait. I'm not entirely convinced the plated coins are the work of forgers.
A fairly rare type that commands premium prices because of its historical connections.

Minted on a tight flan but with full legends.
5 commentsDavid Atherton
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VOLQUES TECTOSAGES - Drachme du type cubiste, -225/-50.15 viewsDrachme, argent (?), 1,09 g, 13 mm
Av./ Tête à gauche de style cubiste, deux dauphins devant.
Rv./ Croix cantonnée de lunules périphériques dans chaque canton, avec une olive en 1 et 4, d'une ellipse en 2 et d'une hache en 3.
Réfs : Dicomon, DCR-75 et76 var.
La monnaie n'est pas fourrée, mais semble être constituée d'un métal pauvre en argent et très léger, limite aluminium !!!
Gabalor
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x Fourree Mule of Titus as Caesar87 viewsTitus as Caesar. Unknown, unofficial, mint. (2.11g, 18.1m, 6h.) Obv: T CAESAR IMP VESPSIAN, laureate head right. Rev: AVGV[R?] above, TRI P[OT], below, priestly implements. Reverse, RIC II V43.

Titus, as Caesar, never had the reverse with the priestly implements. That was Vespasian in 70A.D. The legends is anticlockwise. The style is unofficial, and the weight is low making it a likely fouree even in the absence of any break in the silvering.
1 commentsLucas H
     
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