Sextus Pompey Magnus, son of Pompey the Great
These two coins have mismatched obverses and reverses that is why I’m selling them as a set. This is the way Peter Rosa struck them and I do not have the dies to correct this mistake.
First Pompey coin:
Obverse: MAG PIVS IMP [ITER], Head of Pompey the Great right, lituus in r. field; capis in l. field.
Reverse: Naval trophy consisting of armor set on an anchor terminating in a trident
Second Pompey Coin:
Obverse: IMP ITER, Diademed head of Neptune right
Reverse: PRAEF above, In ex.: CLAS.ET.[ORAE / MARIT.EX.S.C], Neptune l., foot on prow, between brothers Anapias and Amphinomus, carrying their parents on their shoulders;
Silver plated, lead free pewter, with finished patina, made in the USA.
Packaged in a coin collecting flip with the description of coin printed on flip insert.