On some rev. dies the nomen of Baggius appears as BACCIO.Countermarks: R (=cmk 33) on the rev., on 2, 41, 45, 75-6, 96, 130. Eagle's head,r. (=cmk 4), on the obv., on 30, 41, 94. Eagle's head, I. (=cmk 5), on the obv., on 134. A (=cmk 14) on the rev., on 133. TI (=cmk 69) on the rev., on 132. CR (=cmk 45) on the rev., on 10.Monogram (=cmk 93) on the rev., on 49,55. LA(=cmk 54) on the rev., on 83. Uncertain circular on the rev., on 38. D(?) (=cmk 24?) on the rev., on 50. Monogram (=cmk 72) on the rev., on 131. L-VI (=cmk 55) onthe obv., on 130. Also Guadán 68 (=cmk 26) (not verified). Imitations: New speciments have been recorded that attest the existence of imitations. In addition to the published piece RPC S2-I-273/135, with the reverse legend V I C[EL] / (retrograde L) (retgrogradeB)AGGIO / [MN FESTO] / II VIR, from coll. Cores, we know a second one kept in the SIAM coll. (Valencia) 5/12040, 10.47 (= Hurtado 832), with the legends and the bull inverted; also a third one with the portrait and obverse legend inverted and the reverse legend with mistakes, from the Villaronga coll. These mistakes as well as the crude artistic quality suggest they are imitations.