Browsing Roman Imperatorial Coins of Cassius

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Cohen 8
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Cassius AV Aureus. Struck by M. Servilius, legate, at a military mint at Sardis, 42 BC. Laureate head of Liberty right / aplustre with branches terminating in flowers. Cr505/1, Syd 1311. (2 examples)
RSC 4
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F Cassius AR denarius. C CASSI IMP LEIBERTAS, head of Libertas right / LENTVLVS SPINT, sacrificial implements. Cr500/3. (2 examples)
RSC 4a
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C Cassius Longinus & Lentulus Spinther. 42 BC. AR Denarius. Military mint in Smyrna. C CASSI IMP LEIBERTAS, diademed & draped bust of Libertas right / LENTVLVS SPINT, jug & lituus. Cr500/3; Syd 1307. (9 examples)
RSC 6C. Cassius Longinus & Lentulus Spinther. 42 BC. AR Denarius. Veiled & draped bust of Libertas right / Jug & lituus. Cassia 18, Cr500/5, Syd 1305. TextImage
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RSC 7
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C. Cassius Longinus & Lentulus Spinther, AR Denarius. 42 BC, probably struck at Smyrna. Tripod surmounted by cauldron, fillet hanging on either side, C CASSI on left, IMP on right / Jug & lituus, LENTVLVS SPINT below. Cr500/1, Syd 1308.TextImage
RSC 10
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C Cassius Denarius. Military mint, probably at Sardis, legate M. Servilius, ca. summer 42 BC. Laureate head of Libertas right, C. CASSEI. IMP behind / M. SERVILIVS LEG, crab holding aplustre in claws, rose beneath untied diadem. Crawford 505/3, Sydenham 1313, RSC Cassia 10. (One example)
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