The bust on the rev. is described in BMC, followed by Macdonald and by von Aulock, as of Dionysus wearing an ivy wreath; but the type of wreath is not clear, and Apollo would seem the obvious choice. Letter form Ⳟ. J. Goddard points out that all three specimens have identical flans and metal breaks. So two at least must be old cast forgeries, perhaps all three if there is another as yet untraced original. On the other hand the brass used for the L specimen is found for other Alabandan issues.