RPC I, 601

 

Image of specimen #100

 

Coin type
Volume I
Number 601
Province Italy
Region Italy
City Uncertain mint in North Italy
Reign Roman Republic
Magistrate Gaius Clovius (praefectus) ; Caesar (dictator)
Obverse inscription CAESAR DIC TER
Obverse design draped bust of Victory, right; (behind, star)
Reverse inscription C CLOVI PRAEF
Reverse design Minerva standing, left, with trophy and spear and shield; before serpent
Metal brass
Average diameter 26 mm
Axis 11, 12
Reference FITA 7, RRC 476, Bahrfeldt, NZ 1909, 78
External URI(s) http://numismatics.org/crro/id/rrc-476.1a
http://numismatics.org/crro/id/rrc-476.1b
Specimens 105 (2 in the core collections)
Note M. Barbato, “The Coins of Clovius and Oppius (RRC476/1 and 550/1-3): New Evidence from Find-spots.” Numismatic Chronicle 175 (2015), 103-116,

Specimens of this coin type

Number Number Museum Bibliography
1 1     L BMCRR 4125
2 2 –72     Bahrfeldt
73 73     L BMCRR 4127
74 74 –99     Bahrfeldt = E. A. Sydenham Coinage of the Roman Republic, nos 1025–6
100 100     ✸ VAuctions Triskeles Sale 27, 15 Mar. 2019, lot 198 (ex CNG EA 303, 29 May 2013, lot 290)
101 101     Perpignan: RR 414
102 102     Roma Numismatics XX, 29 Oct. 2020, lot 455
103 103     Bochum: M 2423
104 104     Bochum: M 2424
105 105     Solidus 134, 16 July 2024, lot 1268