A fragment of unidentified Aes Grave As, after 280 BC. AE. Possibly cut to provide small change, just like the cast bronze ingots were usually cut for payments of smaller amounts in the 3rd century. The weight of this fragment is close to one uncia = 1/12th of an As (27.29 gr). 3” (7.62 cm) circle drawer 2.74” (6.96 cm) camera cap cover Small lines = 0.5” (1.27 cm) Cut Aes dimensions - 40.64 X 18.79 X 10.23 mm Inner radius 5.3 mm smaller than outer Estimate outer Dia = 66 mm Estimate inner Dia = 56 mm I estimate the diameter of the coin to be 66 mm (2.6 ") and the inner ring to be about 10 mm smaller. I found 14 examples of Cr 35/1 in Grueber, BMCRR. The diameter of 13 listed coins was 2.51". I looked in Thurlow & Vecchi and found several Asses that have an inner rim and a straight line near the edge of that rim: TV-1, TV-6, TV-16, TV-36, TV-37, TV-51a (cR 35/1), TV-57. These are the most likely to my cut coin. Anyone here care to guess the coin ID???? This coin fit in my one VNCIA, uncia, ounce collection shown above. Items on the left are older than those on the right.