Res Publica Coin Gallery

Ancient coins in the collection of J.M., focused on the Roman Republic and related series. The attributions and information are all verified to the best of my ability but, if I have made a mistake, please leave a comment and I'll do my best to rectify it. For more information about the reference works listed, a bibliography is provided. Additionally, this site is made available purely for informational purposes and none of the coins are currently for sale.

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shellcombined.jpeg Aes rude - fragment of an ingot or aes signatumThumbnailsCr. 13/1 Mars/Horsehead ROMANO didrachm, 326-300 B.C., NeapolisAes rude - fragment of an ingot or aes signatumThumbnailsCr. 13/1 Mars/Horsehead ROMANO didrachm, 326-300 B.C., NeapolisAes rude - fragment of an ingot or aes signatumThumbnailsCr. 13/1 Mars/Horsehead ROMANO didrachm, 326-300 B.C., NeapolisAes rude - fragment of an ingot or aes signatumThumbnailsCr. 13/1 Mars/Horsehead ROMANO didrachm, 326-300 B.C., NeapolisAes rude - fragment of an ingot or aes signatumThumbnailsCr. 13/1 Mars/Horsehead ROMANO didrachm, 326-300 B.C., NeapolisAes rude - fragment of an ingot or aes signatumThumbnailsCr. 13/1 Mars/Horsehead ROMANO didrachm, 326-300 B.C., NeapolisAes rude - fragment of an ingot or aes signatumThumbnailsCr. 13/1 Mars/Horsehead ROMANO didrachm, 326-300 B.C., Neapolis

Italy, Æ Aes formatum (26.43g), circa 6th-3rd century BC. Cast bronze in the form of a cockle shell.

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