Looking for a twin. Sidone. Augustus

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Robichari, Sep 26, 2023.

  1. Robichari

    Robichari Active Member

    I recently acquired such a coin from Sidon during the reign of Octavian Augustus: RPC I, 4577. Some rare coin. There are 10 specimens on the rpc online but all from catalogue or museum, unfortunately I can't find any auction listings, there are no listings on acsearch beside mine, nor specimen is there on wildwinds. I am looking for the tween coin. Enybody have some? :) Or even maybe you know the other auction with this coin.

    Please share your specimens if you have!


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  3. TheNickelGuy

    TheNickelGuy Yippie I Oh

    Are you saying that you are looking for another example of that issue you posted?
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  5. Robichari

    Robichari Active Member

    Thank you for finding it! I looked and didn't see. Yes, we still have the RPC 4575 and RPC 4576 varieties, minted during the times of Octavian Augustus. But they are even rarer.

    Greetings, Robert
  6. Robichari

    Robichari Active Member

    Yes :)
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  7. TheNickelGuy

    TheNickelGuy Yippie I Oh

    I looked around for quite awhile and could not find any other examples. Good luck!
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