Okay, let's give this another go...
The link is dead, probably because the coin was reattributed, possibly as this Antoninus Pius
In my original post, I claimed Dattari had
recorded an example, but in the specimen list of the present coin type
, we have a single piece described as residing in Athens
. The "D 6728" part
is a bit
hard to understand, but in researching the matter a little, it doesn't appear to be a Dattari
reference, but rather a museum accession number plus the collection
it was from. Other RPC entries seem to lengthen the 'D' to "Dem." which sounds a bit
like Giovanni di Demetrio
A browsing of Félix Feuardent
's 1873 catalog
...did not turn up a match for RPC IV 17067 (temporary) (or at least one that I could find). Therefore, to see what the Athens/Demetrio coin looks like, I would advise you to first contact RPC Online
and see if they have a private image available. If not, then you may want to contact the Epigraphic and Numismatic Museum in Athens
to see if they have already published the coin in one of their SNGs (doubtful), or can provide photos of the coin for your private research. I had
contacted them some years ago for a different project, and they were quite friendly and helpful, but due to personal circumstances at the time, I was not able to complete
the (little) paperwork needed to get the ball rolling.
On one final note, we should not assume my original suggestion of Alexandria
is correct for the coin under study in this thread
. That said, a fresh search
on RPC Online
did not come up with any new promising candidates. Hope
some of this helps a little.