Coins from ancient Italy

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Italy (ancient) › Central Italy › Carsioli • As (circa 275-225 BC)

1 As = 4 Quadrans = 6 Sextans

1 Sextans
(275 BC - 225 BC)

Bronze • 53.78 g
ICC# 253, HN Italy# 246, Haeberlin# p. 149, Thurlow-Ve# 192, Campana# 2, N# 184038
1 Quadrans
(275 BC - 225 BC)

Bronze • 81.86 g
ICC# 252, HN Italy# 245, Campana# 1, N# 184036

Italy (ancient) › Central Italy › Reate • As (circa 275-225 BC)

1 As (LT)
(275 BC - 225 BC)

Bronze • 273.16 g
ICC# 255, HN Italy# 250, Haeberlin# p. 149, Thurlow-Ve# 253a, Campana# 1b, N# 184054
1 As (TN)
(275 BC - 225 BC)

Bronze • 279.30 g
ICC# 256, HN Italy# 250, Haeberlin# p. 149, Thurlow-Ve# 253, Campana# 1a, N# 184055

Italy (ancient) › Central Italy › Uncertain Italian mint • Cantharus series - As (circa 301-201 BC)

1 As = 3 Triens = 4 Quadrans = 6 Sextans = 12 Uncia

½ Uncia (Cantharus series)
(301 BC - 201 BC)

Bronze • 12.05 g
ICC# 263, HN Italy# 350, Haeberlin# p. 148, Thurlow-Ve# 260, Syd# 83, N# 185806
1 Uncia (Cantharus series; dot to the left)
(301 BC - 201 BC)

Bronze • 20.97 g • ⌀ 28 mm
ICC# 262, HN Italy# 349, Haeberlin# p. 148, Thurlow-Ve# 259, Syd# 82, N# 185775
1 Uncia (Cantharus series; dot to the right)
(301 BC - 201 BC)

Bronze • 21.05 g • ⌀ 28 mm
ICC# 262, HN Italy# 349, Haeberlin# p. 148, Thurlow-Ve# 259, Syd# 82, N# 185774