Sear Roman Coins and their Values (RCV 2000 Edition) Number 447

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Note: Babelon does not differentiate between the varieties of Juno's head, but RSC has the following differences:
- 1: no special characteristic;
- 1a: One lock of hair falling down her neck;
- 1b: two locks of hair falling down her neck.
- (1c: any of the above but T CARISIV (no final S) on the reverse).

Ref Carisia 1 denarius

T Carisius Denarius. 45 BC. MONETA, Head of Juno Moneta right (no locks of hair falling down her neck) / T. CARISIVS, anvil with garlanded die above, between tongs and hammer; all within laurel wreath. BMC 4056; Syd 982, Cr464/2.


Ref Carisia 1a denarius

T. Carisius, AR denarius, Rome, 46 BC. MONETA, Head of Juno Moneta right / T. CARISIVS, anvil with garlanded die above, between tongs and hammer; all within laurel wreath. Carisia 1a; Cr. 464/2; Sear 447.

 

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Ref Carisia 1b denarius

T. Carisius. 46 BC. AR Denarius. Head of Juno Moneta right, two locks of hair falling down her neck; MONETA behind / T. CARISIVS, anvil with garlanded die above, between tongs and hammer; all within laurel wreath. Cr464/2, Syd 982b.

 

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