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Roma Numismatics Ltd > E-Live Auction 4Auction date: 29 November 2018
Lot number: 87

Lot description:

Syrtica, Sabratha Æ21. Pseudo-autonomous issue struck during the reign of Augustus/Tiberius, circa 27 BC-AD 37. Serapis standing facing, holding spear; crescent in right field, SBRTN in Neo-Punic script in left field / Capricorn right, holding globe, cornucopiae over its shoulder; rudder below. RPC I 822; MAA 41; SNG Copenhagen 46. 5.44g, 21mm, 6h.

Near Very Fine. Very Rare; only three other examples on CoinArchives.

From a private UK collection.

Estimate: 100 GBP