Cr. 45/2 anonymous quinarius, after 211 B.C., uncertain mint
Roman Republic AR Quinarius(16mm, 2.28 g, 12h). Anonymous. After 211 B.C. Uncertain(perhaps Apulian?) mint. Head of Roma right, wearing winged helmet ornamented with griffin's head and three-piece visor, earring an necklace; behind, V. Border of dots / Dioscuri on horseback riding right, each holding couched spear and wearing chlamys, cuirass and pileus surmounted by star; in relief in linear frame, ROMA. Line border. Crawford 45/2; Russo RBW 180; Sydenham 169.
Ex CNG Triton XXII, 1/9/2019, lot 787, ex Alan J Harlan collection, ex Spink Numismatic Circular April 1997, 1404
This variety is often misattributed however it can be easily distinguished from the other anonyomus issues by the unbound hair and the particular nose style often called a "ski nose" or "ski jump nose", and the extended horse's tail on reverse.
Interestingly, while the corresponding Cr. 45/1 denarius is always found with "ROMA" incuse on a raised tablet, this quinarius never is, even on dies that seem to otherwise be from the same engraver.