Class E, Group Iaa Plated Imitations, Roman Style
RH1. Obverse type of C. Coelius Caldus, reverse type of L. Torquatus, after 104 BC; cf. Cr-318/1 (O) and 295/1 (R), 2.85g. Both sides weak, presumably reflective of transfer dies; core visible on obverse.
RH2. Obverse type of Julius Caesar, reverse type of Augustus, after 7 BC; cf. Cr-458/1 (O) and RIC-207 (R). Both sides correct but weak.
RH3+. Obverse type of Sextus Pompey, reverse type of L. Marcius Philippus, after 44 BC; cf. Cr-483/2 (O) and 425/1 (R), 3.06g, SG 9.369. Both sides struck from dies transferred from official coins.
R1. Types of L. Sempronius Pito, after 148 BC; cf. Cr-216/1, 2.99g. Both sides transferred from official coin; core visible on edge.
Class E, Group Iaa Plated Imitations, Roman Style - Hybrids