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Lot 1903    Session 6 (9.30am Thursday)    Roman Silver & Bronze

Estimate $120
SOLD $110

Q. TITIUS, (c.90 B.C.), silver denarius, (3.508 grams), obv. head of Mutinus Titinus to right with diadem, rev. Q. TITI on tablet from which springs Pegasus to right, (S.238 [£55 VF], Cr.341/1, Syd.691), another L.Rubrius Dossenus, (87 B.C.), silver quinarius (1.846 grams), obv. Neptune head to right, trident and DOS SEN behind, rev. Victory walking to right, altar before, L. RVBRIA behind, (S.261 [£55 VF], Cr.348/4, Syd. 708). Fine - very fine. (2)

Ex L. Riggs Auction Sale November 29, 1958 (lot 116) for the second coin.

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