Got this delivered late last week. Was misattributed as posthumous Augustus struck under Tiberius rather than the man Tiberius himself with reference as DIVI F of Augustus. Tiberius, Ruled 14-37 AD AE As, Struck 15-16 AD, Rome Mint Obverse: TI [CAESAR DIVI] AVG F AVGVSTVS IMP VII, Bare head of Tiberius left. Reverse: [PONT MAXIM] TRIBVN POTEST XVII, Draped female figure (Livia?) seated right, holding patera and sceptre, S-C in fields. References: RIC I 36 It appears to be listed as RRRR in RIC? Words from HJB about the type: "Quite rare with AVGVSTVS rather than the normal AVGVST in obverse legend according to RIC, middle bronzes of Tiberius are relatively scarce. Certainly they are a great more difficult than middle bronzes of Augustus, Caligula and Claudius."