Octavian Silver Denarius, 32-27 B.C. Struck 29-27 B.C. Italian mint Brundisium? Rome?
Obverse: Bare head facing right.
Reverse: Ithyphallic boundary-stone of Jupiter Terminus, surmounted by laureate head of Octavian facing; winged thunderbolt below, IMP CAESAR across fields.
RIC 269a, CRI 425, RSC 114
22 mm in diameter, 3.2 grams.
Struck on a large full flan, with bankers mark on the obverse.
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