G1 Roman Republican Anonymous struck bronzes McCabe group G1 style variants, RRC56 Neat high-relief devices, well-centered on broad flans. Line-bounded bulbous prowstems. Small Janus heads. 40 gram As.
Coins have neat high-relief devices, and are carefully struck on well-made flans that are usually larger than the design circle. Asses have small Janus heads relative to the die-circle. Styles are an evolution of series A2. Prowstems are line-bounded and bulbous.
The Anonymous Struck Bronze Coinage of the Roman Republic:
a Provisional Arrangement, Andrew McCabe, 2013, text and images copyright Ahala, Andrew McCabe
Group G1 Illustrated coins, and selected other museum or published examples:
As: 55.31g (CNG61 lot 1126), 47.25g (RR, fig.G1.As.1*), 41.26g (Paris.A873, fig.G1.As.2*), 39.28g (Tkalec, fig.G1.As.3*), 36.06g (RR, fig.G1.As.4*)
Semis: 31.02g (Milan 213, variant rev.), 24.23g (RR, fig.G1.Sm.1*), 20.76g (Berlin.18201130, variant rev. fig.G1.Sm.2*), 15.80g (RR, fig.G1.Sm.3*)
Triens: 16.17g (Artemide 29 lot 152), 15.13g (RR, fig.G1.Tr.1*), 12.31g (RR, fig.G1.Tr.2*), 12.12g (Berlin.18201134)
Quadrans: 13.75g (RR, fig.G1.Qd.1*), 11.84g (RR, variant rev., fig.G1.Qd.2*)
Sextans: 11.19g (RR, exceptional flan), 7.95g (RR, fig.G1.Sx.1*), 7.22g (RR, fig.G1.Sx.2*), 5.37g (BM.56.6.5 overstrike on 41/10 Uncia)
Uncia: 6.45g (BM.56.7.1), 4.61g (RR, fig.G1.Un.1*), 3.73g (AM, fig.G1.Un.2*)
Semuncia: 3.06g (Paris.A1043), 2.77g (AM, fig.G1.Su.1*), 2.61g (RR, fig.G1.Su.2*)