Original comment: "Coin 1, in a private German collection, seems to be a coin of Augustus from Istrus. Although the ethnic cannot be read, the reverse type of an eagle and dolphin is the characteristic design of coins of that city. The obverse is probably Augustus, to judge from the appearance of the portrait, although one of his successors cannot be ruled out." However, the obv. legend of the new coin 3 reads clearly KΛAΥΔ[IΟΥ KA]IΣ[AΡΟΣ]. Therefore the coin is not of Augustus, but of Claudius, which was a possibility not ruled out in the CS 2015.