Class A, Group 1aa Geto-Dacian Monetary Copies, Hybrid Transfer Dies
HT1. Obverse type of M. Lucilius Rufus, reverse type of Q. Caecillius Metellus Pius, after 81 BC; cf. Cr-324/1 (O) and Cr-374/1 (R), 3.99g. Both sides seemingly struck from dies transfered from official coins; reverse "improved" by addition of inappropriate border of dots beyong wreath; superfluous dot in lower right field of obverse possibly added as well.
HT2. Obverse type of C. Postumius, reverse type of C. Poblicius, after74 BC; cf. Cr-394/1 (O) and 380 (R), 3.64g, serrate. Both sides seemingly transfered from official coins. See Banti 18/32 for reverse control Q, same die.
HT3+. Obverse type of Q. Pomponius Musa, reverse type of C. Naevius Balbus, after 66 BC; cf. Cr-410/5 (O) and 382/1 (R), 4.02g. Both sides unquestionably transferred from official coins; this would be clear from style alone, but the obverse also shows the rim of the original; the reverse, the rim including serration. I've seen no other example of this.
HT4+. Obverse type of Lucius Caesius, reverse type of L. Torquatus, after 112 BC; cf. Cr-298/1 (O) and 295/1 (R), 3.87g. Both sides seemingly transferred from official coins.
HT6. Obverse type of M. Herennius, reverse type of L. Procilius, after 80 BC; cf. Cr-308/1 (O) and 379/1 (R), 3.16g . Both sides correct and sharp. Same obverse die as preceeding coin.
HT5. Obverse type of M. Herennius, reverse type of C. Marius Capito, after 81 BC; cf. Cr-308/1 (O) and 378/1c (R), 3.84g . Both sides seemingly transfered from official coins. Part of Transylvanian Hoard, obtained separately.
HT7+. Obverse type of Cassius, reverse type of Mn. Cordius Rufus, after 43 BC; cf Cr-500/3 (O) and 463/1 (R), 3.44g. Both sides seemingly transferred from official coins.
HT8+. Obverse type of Augustus, reverse type of L. Memmius Galeria; cf. RIC 33a or 51 (O) and Cr-313/1 (R), 3.39g. Both sides seemingly transferred from official coins.
HT9+. Obverse type of Q. Antonius Balbus, reverse type of Ti. Claudius Nero, after 79 BC; cf. Cr-364/1 (O) and 383/1 (R), 3.73g. Both sides seemingly transferred from official coins, with reverse details partly re-engraved.