Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Harry G, Mar 2, 2021.
It's 16-17mm in diameter, and weighs 2.64g.
Any help would be appreciated
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The obverse has Apollo and the reverse has the youth on horseback right.
http://www.tantaluscoins.com/coins/127425.php is one of mine.
I think it's 408/1 vs the similar 340/1 due to what remains of the obverse which probably once had a high relief image of Apollo.
It's a stretch to say that there's a club symbol behind Apollo's head, but there might be!
Well done, Aidan!
Very light, but worn Denarius.
Ah come on, Columbo - you can even read PISO on the reverse
Well, on my 'phone, if I turn it sideways and have already realised that it's PISO, it looks like PISO
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