Bonus “Coin” For ID Please….

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Pete E
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I gave my finds bag a tip out today to get rid of the accumulated dust ect, and out of the bottom popped a few assorted bits of small rubbish including the tiny (approx 12mm) bit of dirt covered “lead scrap“ below…

While double checking this rubbish, I realised this bit of lead was in fact Bronze, and had something on it…

After cleaning, I am thinking (well, hoping!) this maybe a small Roman coin of some sort?

Any opinion would be most appreciated,

Regards,

Peter
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VRBS ROMA AE, Rome commemorative.
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Cheers A....Sitting here smiling now! lol
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turn the reverse another 90 degrees and you can see the wolf feeding the twins Romulus and Remus... one of my favourite coins well done!!!
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HolzHammer wrote: Wed Aug 03, 2022 5:03 pm turn the reverse another 90 degrees and you can see the wolf feeding the twins Romulus and Remus... one of my favourite coins well done!!!
Thanks for that..I thought it was an animal head, but wasn't sure what it was actually doing or its correct orintation.....
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