Roman piece ?

Discussion in 'Ancient Coins' started by Pete Doelger, May 12, 2021.

  1. Pete Doelger

    Pete Doelger New Member

    Can anyone help attribute this piece?

    Ancient - obv.jpg Ancient - rev.jpg

    Many thanks!

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  3. Pete Doelger

    Pete Doelger New Member

    Oops...forgot to give the info -

    Weight - 4.0 gm
    Appears to be silver.
  4. medoraman

    medoraman Supporter! Supporter

    Clearly Roman Republican denarius. I am certain others here can give you the exact attribution. Head of Roma, chariot reverse. Concentrate on the moneyer to attribute, as TONS of RR coins had Roma/chariot on the coin.
  5. Victor_Clark

    Victor_Clark all my best friends are dead Romans Dealer

    Cn. Cornelius Lentulus Clodianus, AR Denarius, Rome, 88 BC; Helmeted bust of Mars seen from behind, with head turned to r., spear and sword over shoulders, Rv. Victory in biga r., holding reins and wreath; in ex. CN LENTVL. Crawford 345/1; Cornelia 50; Sydenham 702
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  6. Pete Doelger

    Pete Doelger New Member

    Many thanks Victor!
  7. Pete Doelger

    Pete Doelger New Member

    Great info...many thanks!
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