Faustina have been cut in half and the two Obverse sides joined together so as to make one coin with a head on each side. The join is usually not in the rim, where it would be too easily discovered, but within the legend. On the Reverse of one of the... Roman Coins: Elementary Manual ... - الصفحة 201903 - عدد الصفحات: 216عرض كامل
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...made up from two coins, as for example when a coin of Antoninus Pius and another of Faustina have been cut in half and the two Obverse sides joined together...but on careful examination the circular join will be tound on one of the sides. Other coins have been wrought with the graving tool so as to slightly change...