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Classical Numismatic Group > Electronic Auction 417Auction date: 28 March 2018
Lot number: 407

Lot description:

BYZACIUM, Hadrumentum. Augustus, with Divus Julius Caesar. 27 BC-AD 14. Æ "Sestertius" (37mm, 25.80 g, 9h). Struck 12-8 BC. [HADR AVGVSTVS], bare head of Augustus to right; [simpulum at point of bust; apex to left]; countermark: Neo-Punic QYR within incuse rectangle / [CAESAR to right], bare head of Divus Julius Caesar to left; [lituus at point of bust; six-rayed star to right]. RPC I 771; MAA 79 corr. (no simpulum); Müller, Afrique 30; SNG Copenhagen –; for countermark: Howgego 697. Fair, brown and tan surfaces, roughness. Extremely rare, three in CoinArchives.

Estimate: 150 USD