It is amazing that the three known specimens are all overstruck. Found in Alcolea del Río. This coin reinforces the possibility of this issue having been struck during Augustus’ reign. The obv. legend is M AN ANT ET CONL as can be deduced from both this and the M 6365 specimens (= RPC S-53A/2). We agree with C. Castillo, 'Vestigia Antiquitatis: escritos de epigrafía y literatura romanas', (Pamplona, 1997), p. 5, n. 7, DCPH II, p. 50 and A. M. Faria, R. P. Arq. 9.2, 2006, p. 217 that a personal name could be identified in the first part of the legend. Áureo 5/3/2003, lot 1033, 4.63, has auctioned a lead piece with types of Baesuri.