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Denomination :
Semis

Reference :
CNH pg. 408, 1
Burgos 447


Obv :  Laureated male head left.
Rev :  CARISA
Horseman galloping right, holding shield and spear.
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Denomination :
Quadrans - Quarter Unit

Reference :
CNH pg. 409, 11
Burgos -


Obv :  Male head right
Rev :  CARISA
Warrior on horse galloping left, holding large round shield.
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Denomination :
Semis - Half Unit

Reference :
CNH pg. 409, 2
Burgos 448


Obv :  Male head right
Rev :  CARI (reversed)
Horseman riding right, holding shield.
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Denomination :
Semis

Reference :
CNH pg. 409, 4
Burgos 451 (var.)


Obv :  Helmeted head right.
Rev :  CARISA
Horseman galloping left, holding shield.
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Denomination :
Semis

Reference :
CNH pg. 409, 6
Burgos 453


Obv :  Hercules head left wearing lion's skin.
Rev :  CARISSA
Horseman galloping left, holding shield.
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Denomination :
Quadrans - Quarter Unit

Reference :
CNH pg. 409, 9
Burgos -


Obv :  Bearded male head right.
Rev :  CARIS (R inverse)
Horseman galloping left, holding shield.
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