Coin 429 - an AR Denarius of Q. Fabius Labeo struck 120 (124)BC in Sardinia | Rome
Obverse: head of Roma right waering winged helmet LABEO ROMA X
Reverse: Jupiter in quadriga right, holding reins and scepter, hurling thunderbolt, rostrum tridens below Q·FABI
Coin Summary
This coin is an AR Denarius struck 120 (124)BC in Sardinia | Rome

It weighs 3.9 grammes and measures an unknown number of millimeters in diameter. The die axis is unknown.


It is classified as Roman Republican (145-107 BC) and belongs to J B

Notes
After 124 B.C., the mark of value is represented either by (XVI) in monogram or X. The Rostrum on the reverse probably refers to the moneyer's grandfather and namesake and his naval victories in 189-188 B.C. -- Roman Republican Coinage by Michael H. Crawford
References
Crawford 273/1, SRCV I 148, Sydenham 532, RSC I Fabia 1