The Victoriatus denomination
The victoriatus was a silver coin issued during the Roman Republic from about 221 BC to 170 BC. The obverse of the coin featured the bust of Jupiter and the reverse featured Victory placing a wreath upon a trophy with the inscription "ROMA" in exergue.

The victoriatus was made of a more debased silver than the denarius, which was introduced at about the same time. Hoard evidence indicates that the coin circulated in southern Italy and later Gaul, indicating that the coin was intended as a replacement for the drachma or half-nomos instead of as part of the normal Roman coin system.
Victoriatus
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An AR Victoriatus struck 206-195 BC in Rome
Obverse: laureate head of Jupiter right

Reverse: Victory standing right crowning trophy with wreath; thunderbolt between ROMA

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: 2.4 g
No notes for this coin
Crawford 119/1, RSC I 24q, Sydenham 247
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An AR Victoriatus struck 211-206 BC in Rome
Obverse: laureate head of Jupiter right

Reverse: Victory right crowning trophy with wreath; RoMA

Diameter: -
Die Orientation: -
Weight: -
No notes for this coin
Crawford 53/1; Sydenham 83; RSC 9