Great RR double litra

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  1. H8_modern

    H8_modern Attracted to small round-ish art

    Picked this up yesterday from Andy Singer who is one of the best dealers around. A lot of you would have known by seeing the flip even if his name wasn’t on it.




    A brief description from CNG about a similar coin.

    Anonymous. Circa 235 BC. Æ Double Litra. Rome mint. Head of Hercules right, wearing lion’s skin; club below / Pegasus right; club above, ROMA below. Crawford 27/3; Sydenham 7; HN Italy 316; RBW 54. Dark green-brown surfaces. VF.

    Always special to find an early bronze that’s not corroded. Please add anything you like.
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  4. Carausius

    Carausius Brother, can you spare a sestertius?

    My pair of the OP type. Not a rare coin, but tough to find with good surfaces.

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