Not a complete listing. This must be an issue of Smyrna (even though it is not included by Klose and though H. von Fritze, Die Münzen von Pergamon, pp. 94-5, was not against an attribution to Pergamum on grounds of style). There is no other coinage signed by Bolanus at Pergamum, whereas there is at Smyrna. A standing Roma occurs on the Neronian coinage of Smyrna (RPC I, 2481) and a figure of Nike is also standard at Smyrna (RPC I, 2465, 2473, 2476, 2486). The coins can therefore be regarded as a smaller denomination corresponding to the coins bearing Bolanus' name for Vespasian and Titus/Domitian (996-1003).