The town is said to have been founded by Tarquinius Superbus in 495 BC. This is the only type of coin struck in Signia.
|SNGANS 115||Signia, Latium (central Italy), AR obol or hemilitron. ca 280-275. 0.69 g. Head of Hermes (Mercury) right, wearing winged petatos, caduceus before head, dolphin on neck / SEIC beneath mask composed of the head of Silenus left and a boar's head right. Sambon 164; SNG ANS 115; Rutter HN Italy 343.||Text||Image|
|See also:||Search for Signia at CoinArchives.com|
|Entry for Signia on the Digital Historia Numorum|
|Search for Signia in the British SNG Volumes' Database at the Fitzwilliam Museum|