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Submitter: Federico Pastrone
Augustus, 29 B.C.-14 A.D.
Aureus of the moneyer L. Aquillius Florus.
Av.: L-AQVILLIVS-FLORVS-III VIR Triskelis, in the center, winged head of Medusa facing.
Rv.: CAESAR/AVGVSTVS Oak-wreath with O C S in the center, on either side, plam branch.
Ref.: BMC 35. Cohen 356.
BoC: 17/2, 1992/3, p. 24.
FAKE – Allegedly from an old spanish collection. This false aureus seems copied from a silver coin rather than from another aureus, however, no denarii of this very rare issue are known.