,
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:  (Colonia Patricia)
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: AVGVSTVS .
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:
RIC I 61 var.;
CBN 1091 var.;
Cohen I 290 var.;
Calicó 298 var.;
:
: Good VF
BMC.
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Numismatica Ars Classica NAC AG Auction 33 Lot 397 (5 April 2006 Hotel Baur au Lac, Zurich).
: 16000 CHF. ( ): 18000 CHF (13959 USD).
AAA+
.
RIC (Sutherland), . I, . 2526, . 26153 (1984 .):
.25 (ii)(iii) 1 21 ( 26153)

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2Mattingly G. A. Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum. V. 1. Augustus to Vitellius. London, 1923. P. cviii f.

3Laffranchi L. La monetizatione di Augusto // RIN. Vol. 25. 1912. P. 151 f.; Vol. 26. 1918. P. 161 f.

4, , (. Grant M. From Imperium to Auctoritas. Cambridge, 1946. P. 122; Idem. A Step toward World-Coinage // Studies in Roman Economic and Social History in Honor of A. Ch. Johnson / Ed. P. R. Coleman-Norton. Princeton, 1951. P. 100 f.; Idem. The Six Main Aes Coinages of Augustus. Edinburgh, 1953. P. 77 f.), , , .

5Sutherland C. H. V. The Emperor and the Coinage. London, 1976. P. 42 f.

6Le Gentilhomme P. Coin monétaire dAuguste // RN. Ser. 5. T. 9. P. ii; Giard J.-B. Bibliothèce nationale (Paris): Catalogue des monnaies de lEmpire romain. Vol. 1. Paris, 1976. P. 12; Grant M. A Step toward World-Coinage. P. 102 f.

7Giard J.-B. Op. cit.  1330 ff.; P. 13. - , , (. 45 .), 1 2.

8Sutherland C. H. V. Op. cit. P. 44.

9Vives y Escudero A. La moneda hispánica. Madrid, 19241926; Sutherland C. H. V., Kraay C. M. Coins of the Roman Empire in the Ashmolean Museum. Part 1. Oxford, 1975. Pl. 2226.

10 1 - , 2 .: Sutherland C. H. V. Some Observations on the Coinage of Augustus // NAC. Vol. 7. 1978. P. 169 f.

RIC (Sutherland), . I, . 46, . 5962 (1984 .):

These issues, in which there are interesting die-links (cf. CBN p. 166), appear to form a transitional group, possibly of gold alone (though see note on no. 58 above), preceding those with the fuller obv. legend which show the same rev. types.

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