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Identification Help / Unknown Roman
« Last post by ChefStu22 on Today at 03:02:09 pm »
Evening guys and girls, hope we are all well and enjoying a pleasant week thus far. Bit stumped with regards to this coin, it's not one I have seen before. Measures 17mm and weighs 2.01g. Cheers for opinions and suggestions as ever. Stuart
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0.3 gr
7 mm

I haven't been able to see one of these in bronze. I don't believe it's blackened silver.

Any help would be appreciated. I have several (2/3) of these.
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No proszę, jedna litera mniej i jak waga spadła - tylko 2,72g :)

O tym samym pomyślałem  ;D
Ale już publikowany przeze mnie egzemplarz 3,19g
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Roman Coins / Re: Domitian?
« Last post by FlaviusDomitianus on Today at 01:06:38 pm »
It coul be RIC T 311 or 343, depending on legend: CAES DIVI AVG VESP F DOMITIAN COS VII (311) or CAES DIVI VESP F DOMITIAN COS VII (343).

Alberto
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No proszę, jedna litera mniej i jak waga spadła - tylko 2,72g :)
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Roman Coins / Re: Domitian?
« Last post by Flav V on Today at 12:17:35 pm »
The same reverse was also struck for Domitian as Caesar under Titus.

In that case the name is always on the right side: CAES DIVI (AVG) VESP F DOMITIAN(VS) COS VII.

Alberto

Probably this one. Thanks! What is the RIC number?
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Schrtl. = Abbreviation for "Schrötling" = planchet, flan
Riss = crack, break

So it is a cracked flan

Regards
Klaus

Forgot: kl = Abbreviation for klein = small

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Please help with English translation of Kl. Schrtl.-Riss (grade comments?).

Thanks!
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