Sear Roman Coins and their Values (RCV 2000 Edition) Number 429

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Ref Plautia 14 denarius

L. Plautius Plancus denarius c. 47 BC. Mask of Medusa, facing, hair dishevelled, L PLAVTIVS below. / Aurora flying right with 4 horses of the Sun, PLANCVS below. Cr453/1c; BMC 4009.

 

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Ref Plautia 15 denarius

L. Plautius Plancus. 47 BC. AR Denarius. L PLAVTIVS, below, mask of Medusa facing, hair dishevelled, serpents at sides / PLANCVS below, Aurora flying right conducting the four horses of the sun. Cr453/1a; Syd 959.

 

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Ref Plautia 15a denarius

L. Plautius Plancus. 47 BC. AR Denarius. L. PLAVTIVS, facing mask of Medusa, serpents at either side of face / PLANCV, Aurora flying right and conducting the four horses of the sun. Cr453/1b; Syd 959a.

 

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Ref Plautia 15b denarius

L Plautius Plancus. 47 BC. AR Denarius. L PLAVTIVS, facing mask of Medusa / PLANCV, Aurora flying right, conducting the four horses of the sun. Cr453/1d, Syd 959a.

 

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