Denarius, type 1

Obverse legend
Reverse legend

R P (the letters R and P under a tilde, a globule in the middle, a globule under the letter R and one globule to the right of the letter P).

anepigraph (Saint Cheron with nimbus composed with small dots, standing and holding a long cross in each hand. Two globules aligned vertically under each arm, three globules also aligned vertically to the left and to the right of Saint Cheron).

One copy preserved at the Münzkabinett der Staatlichen Museen of Berlin, link to the page of their website showing the photo of the coin:


An old illustration shows a coin (probably the same since we see the same centering on the obverse with a large portion of uninscribed blank at 12 o'clock), with a globule under the letter R. I chose to note this globule in the description, even if it is almost invisible on the coin preserved in berlin.

G F XF 40 AU 58 MS 63 MS 65
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Seems never to have gone on sale.