The coin looks more convincing than those attributed to year 21 (see below), especially the left facing barehead of Hadrian. The second specimen, Matthijs 1025 (probably from the same dies), has an illegible obv. inscription, but also has a left facing head on the obv. On its rev. a few letters are visible, at 2 o’clock, which might be [ ]CA[ ]; there does also seem to be an L to the left of the bust of Sabina, and a numeral to the r. It could be a K, but that is unsure. The two coins are sufficiently convincing to be put in the catalogue, as bronze coins corresponding to the well-attested silver; but doubts remain about the inscriptions and date, so confirmation is required.