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That coin comes in three different bust types -- bare head, bare-headed with drapery on the far-left shoulder, and bare-headed, draped and cuirassed. There's a lot of corrosion on the bust, and it's unclear which type, but I'd venture it's a bare head. Strack (1043) lists examples of the bare head in Vienna and Florence and of a draped and cuirassed bust in Berlin and Paris (Cohen 1016, RIC 1295 (citing Cohen)).

Here is the plate with the bare-headed bust from Strack:


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