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Cr. 98b/1 Anonymous victoriatus, circa 211 BC, Luceria

98b.1.jpeg Cr. 98A/3 "L" quinarius, Luceria, 211-210 BCThumbnailsCr. 100/3 "CA" series triens, 209-195 BC, Canusium mint. Overstruck on OiniadaiCr. 98A/3 "L" quinarius, Luceria, 211-210 BCThumbnailsCr. 100/3 "CA" series triens, 209-195 BC, Canusium mint. Overstruck on OiniadaiCr. 98A/3 "L" quinarius, Luceria, 211-210 BCThumbnailsCr. 100/3 "CA" series triens, 209-195 BC, Canusium mint. Overstruck on OiniadaiCr. 98A/3 "L" quinarius, Luceria, 211-210 BCThumbnailsCr. 100/3 "CA" series triens, 209-195 BC, Canusium mint. Overstruck on Oiniadai

Roman Republic AR Quinarius(2.00g), anonymous, 211-210 BC, Luceria mint. Helmeted head of Roma right; Behind, V. Border of dots / The Dioscuri, each holding a spear on horseback right; two stars above; below, ROMA in linear frame. Line border. Crawford 98B/1

This rare variety can be distinguished by its helmet with a "toothy" visor, similar to the 98A/3 quinarii which have an L mintmark and toothy visor and very similarly rendered reverse

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