Class A, Group III Geto Dacian Hybrids
H1. Obverse type of T. Quinctius Flamininus, reverse type of Ti. Claudius Nero, after 79 BC; cf. Cr-267/1 (O) and 383/1 (R), 3.41g. Obverse transferred from official Republican coin; slightly stylized biga on reverse, with retrograde, very slightly blundered legend.
H3*. Obverse type of L. Licinius Nerva, reverse type of Cr-390/1 or 494/24, 3.62g. Obverse transferred from official Republican coin; reverse slightly stylized, innovative depiction of moon & stars, with blundered, inexplicable legend.
H2. Obverse type of L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi, reverse type of L. Papius, after 79 BC; cf. Cr-340/1, obverse, cf. Cr-384/1, reverse; 3.53g, serrate. Obverse mechanically transferred from known control XXXVI die. Reverse depicts a stylized Pegasus, possibly double-struck, apparently a misunderstood griffin copied from an original of L. Papius; legend is blundered, but recognizable as that of L. Papius.
H4. Obverse type of L. Sulla, reverse type of L. Papius, after 79 BC; cf. Cr-375/2 (O) and 3.84/1 (R), 2.88g. Classified as A/III, Hybrid. Obverse transferred from official coin, reverse from new die, slightly stylized. Reverse legend largely off flan, apparently blundered. From "Balkan Hoard". Two examples from these dies in hoard.
H5. Obverse type of L. Farsuleius Mensor, reverse type of L. Calpurnius Piso Frugi, after 75 BC; cf. Cr-392/1 (O) and 340/1 (R), 4.51g. Obverse transferred from official coin; slightly stylized reverse; accurate obverse legend, with apparent K at end of Mensor resulting from transfer process; blundered, recognizable reverse legend. From Transylvanian Hoard.
H6+. Obverse type of Man. Acilius Glabrio, reverse type of P. Clodius Turrinus, after 42 BC; cf. Cr-442/1a (O) and 494/23 (R), 4.24g. Obverse struck from die transferred from official coin; reverse a bit stylized, with slightly blundered, largely correct legends.
H7+. Obverse type of C. Vibius Pansa, various reverse prototypes, after 90 BC; cf. Cr-342/5 (O), 2.99g. Obverse seemingly transferred from official coin; reverse stylized. Traces of accurate obverse legend; blundered, meaningless reverse legend. The obverse incuse "border" cannot be the remains of the border on the host coin, transferred to the new die (as I originally thought), since it would impinge on PANSA. Perhaps it results from an attempt to add a border to the new die. This and the following two coins are part of the Romanian Hoard.
H9+. Obverse type of C. Cassius, reverse type of Q. Antonius Balbus, after 83 BC; cf. Cr-266/1 (O) and 364/1 (R), 4.11g. Obverse transferred from official coin, with second, outer border added on transfer die; reverse stylized; blundered, perhaps barely recognizable reverse legend. Some evidence of having been overstruck on uncertain type; note E or F between the borders around 5:00. A very busy little coin!
H10+. Obverse type of C. or M. Aburius Geminus, reverse type of Q. Fufius Calenus & Mucius Cordius, after 70 BC; cf. Cr-244/1 or 250/1 (O) and 403/1 (R), 3.75g. Obverse stylized, with blundered, recognizable legend; reverse mechanically transferred from official coin.
H8+. Various obverse prototypes, earliest cf. Cr-224/1; anonymous reverse type, after 86 BC; cf. Cr-350A/2 (R), 3.44g. Obverse faintly stylized; reverse transferred from official coin; no legends other than obverse XVI.