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Coins 118Aes Signatum.AE Currency Bar, Central Italy, c. 6th-4th century BC. Large terminal fragment, "Ramo Secco" pattern on each side.Vecchi ICC 2, pp. 26-7; Haeberlin pp. 10-19, pls. 6-8; Garrucci pp. 5-8, pls. 7-11.AE.g. 2521.00RRR.136x88x44mm. Untouched rough brown patina, with reddish spots for its high ferruginous content and emerald green highlights. Extremely rare and impressive.Good VF.Undoubtedly one of the heaviest and finest known examples.