Object Type: Mould
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object: 1
Date
50 B.C. - A.D. 68
Obverse
VF: Mould for 9 circular tokens of c. 7mm, with casting channels and the remnants of iron nails in the top left and lower right corners. All the tokens carry the same design: V.F.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 193 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Fragment of a lunense marble mould half for 8 square tokens, all with the same design: an anthropomorphic figure holding a sceptre (?), with a container (modius?) between the legs (?). Central and branch casting channels.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mould for 11 circular tokens, all with the same design: modius with three corn-ears
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
EX: Fragment of a mould half; 3 circular token moulds remain (16mm), all of the same design: E and X on either side of a spear.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Two moulds for 5 square tokens of 14x16mm. One mould half is decorated with Isis standing right holding situla in right hand and sistrum in left and contains a central casting channel; the other mould half is decorated with a sistrum and has a central casting channel and branches going off it
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg. Ficoroni, F. (1740). I piombi antichi. Rome, Girolamo Mainardi. p. 166 no. 1
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
ERA: A mould for 7 square tokens of 12mm all with the same legend: ERA. There is a central casting channel and holes in the upper right and lower left corners
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
A mould for 9 circular tokens, all of the same type: Owl standing left with wings closed. The mould has a central channel and a hole in the uppoer right and lower left corners
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
PA: Two halves of a complete mould for 7 square tokens of 10mm. One half is decorated with the legend PA (retrograde) and the other half is incised with a palm.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mould half for two types of token; on the right are moulds for 5 circular tokens of 15mm showing Fortuna standing left and on the left 9 circular tokens of 7mm incised with a wreath.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Y: A mould half for 9 circular tokens of 14.5mm incised with the letter Y
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mould for 5 circular tokens of c. 25mm, all of the same design: Togate male standing right holding corn-ears or purse in left hand. There is a central canal and two holes for nails in the top right and lower left corners. On the upper and lower sides of the mould are ridges made for/from wire.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mould for two different sets of circular tokens, each with a central canal. A hole for the nail is in the top right corner. One ridge on the top side of the mould made from/for wire. On the left side the mould is designed to make 5 round tokens of c. 16mm in diameter. The design engraved is: Quadraped standing left. The right side of the mould is for three tokens of c. 17mm. The design engraved is: Ram standing left.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 100
Obverse
Mould for 13 triangular tokens all of the same design: a palm. There is a central canal and branches going off it to the individual token moulds.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Fragment of a token mould; three square token moulds are still visible. There is a central canal and the remains of an iron(?) nail in the top left. The mould is for square tokens of c. 15.5x15mm. The design engraved is: Bird (dove?) standing left within a wreath.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
C: Half of a token mould made of limestone (?), back and edges of the mould have been filed smooth, either in antiquity or a more modern era. There is a central canal and smaller branches coming off this canal, but no holes for nails. The mould is for 10 circular tokens of c. 15-16mm (lowest left is 17mm), all engraved with a retrograde C.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mould for 9 circular tokens of 10mm all of the same design: Annona or Ceres standing left with corn-ears in one hand and corncuopia in the other.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mould half for 5 circular tokens of 16mm, all of the same design: crescent and star.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mould half for 7 circular tokens of 11mm incised with a bull standing right
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
S C: Mould half for 7 circular tokens of 12mm, all of the same design: Fortuna standing left with rudder in right hand and cornucopia in left, S on left and C on right.
Reference
Rostowzew, M. (1903). Tesserarum urbis romae et suburbi. St. Petersburg.

object: 1
Date
A.D. 1 - A.D. 300
Obverse
Mould half for 7 circular tokens of 17mm, all with the same design: The Three Graces
Reference
Cesano, L. (1904). Matrici e tessere di piombo nel Museo Nazionale Romano. Notizie degli scavi di Antichità: 11-17, no. 1
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