Copper-alloy coin weight
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Brent 1866, 162: Small brass. Obverse inscription, \Urbi [Romae?].\" Reverse the wolf and twins; in the exergue \"P. Lon.\" (Pecunia Londonensis). Weight 18 grains. (An exact duplicate of this coin was found with the weights and scales at Gilton. See Inventorium Sepulchrale plate xvii. fig. 18 and p. 23.)."19 weights - some probably coins from purse but most dotted as if multiple of weight, or ground and quartered.13. Small brass. Obv. Urbi (Romae?). Rev. wolf and twins. Exergue P. Lon. 18 grnsCatalogue number attributed to nineteen weights from an entry in the catalogue (Payne 1892a, 29). The same catalogue number is asigned to the bronze balance. – D.H.