Quadrans struck during the reign of Gaius (known by the nickname Caligula) in 39 AD, Ancient Roman Empire. Minted by Rome. The rim legend on the reverse is a continuation of the obverse. The letters RCC at the centre record the remission of a tax of 1/2 % on sales (remissa ducentesima)

Obverse Description

At centre, the Cap of Liberty dividing the letters S C; around, C CAESAR DIVI AVG PRON AVG

Reverse Description

At centre, RCC; around, PON M TR P III P P COS DES III

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