Roman Silver & Bronze
C. EGNATULEIUS, (c.97 B.C.), silver quinarius, Rome mint, (1.838 grams), obv. Apollo head to right, Q below, C.EGNATVLEI C.F behind, rev. Victory crowning trophy, ROMA in exergue, Q in field, (S.213 [ÃƒÆ’Ã¢â‚¬Å¡Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â£125 EF], Cr.333/1, Syd.588). Grey tone, nearly extremely fine.
Ex Frederick Knobloch, (USA), August 13, 1956.
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C. EGNATULEIUS, (c.97 B.C.), silver quinarius, Rome mint, (1.838 grams), obv. Apollo head to right, ...