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Class A, Group II  Geto-Dacian Monetary Imitations. Page 8
M85. Types of Q. Thermus, after 103 BC; cf. Cr-319/1, 3.95g. Both sides stylized; meaningless, abstract reverse legend.
M86. Types of D. Silanus, after 91 BC; cf. Cr-337/3, 3.52g. Both sides stylized; meaningless, nealy abstract reverse legend. Said to have been found in Bulgaria, but "typically" Dacian in style and fabric.
M87. Obverse type of L. Postumius Albinus, reverse type of C. Vibius Pansa, after 90 BC; cf. Cr-252/1 (O)  and 342/4b (R), 3.61g. Obverse quite barbarous, reverse stylized; no legends other than obverse X.
M88. Obverse type of L. Julius Bursio, reverse type of C. Norbanus, after 83 BC; cf. Cr-352/1 (O) and 307/1 (R), 3.76g. Both sides quite stylized, nearly barbarous; no legends.
M89. Various obverse prototypes, reverse type of C. Mamilius Limetanus, after 82 BC; cf. Cr-362/1 (R), 3.17g. Both sides quite stylized, blundered, perhaps barely recognizable reverse legend.
M90. Types of L. Farsuleius Mensor, after 75 BC; cf. Cr-392/1a, 3.86g. Both sides stylized, obverse more so; blundered, recognizable obverse legend, slightly blundered reverse legend.
M91. Obverse type of L. Farsuleius Mensor, reverse type of C. Naevius Balbus, after 75 BC; cf. Cr-392/1 (O) and 382/1 (R), 3.99g, serrate. Both sides quite stylized, with Libertas' diadem misunderstood as horn; blundered, perhaps barely recognizable obverse legend; blundered, meaningless reverse legend.
M92. Obverse type of Mn. Aquillius, reverse type of L. Papius, after 71 BC; cf. Cr-401/1 (O) and 384/1 (R), 3.61g, serrate. Both sides stylized, obverse much more so; somewhat blundered obverse legend; blundered, barely recognizable reverse legend.