I was fortunate to be the winner of this coin, which I believe is unique. It appears to share an obverse die with the other variety I have, also unique, second picture, but with a different reverse (no letters between legs or in exergue on the new coin). Here’s my other, described as a possible Samnite imitation of a Campania bronze. Perhaps my new coin is an official variety from Suessa, like this unique coin from the Weber collection: All this makes the second coin posted all the more interesting. If it is an imitation, which the reverse suggests, why is the obverse die linked to a presumably official coin? If the second coin is official, what is the inscription on the reverse (variation of Nola?) and why is it paired with an obverse from Suessa? Maybe a shared mint? Share your unique coins, please.