Sextus Pompey, 44-43 BC. Fourrée Denarius (Silver, 18.3 mm, 3.34 g, 12 h), mint moving with Sextus Pompey, probably at Massalia, under the fleet commander Q. Nasidius. NEPTVNI Bare head of Cn. Pompeius Magnus to right; below, dolphin swimming downwards; before, trident upwards. Rev. Q.NASIDIVS Galley sailing right; in the prow to right, commander standing right with his right hand raised in salute; in the stern, helmsman holding rudder; above left, star. Babelon (Nasidia) 1, (Pompeia (28). Crawford 483/2. CRI 235. Sydenham 1350. Rare. Beautifully toned and carefully centered; a particularly deceiving plated coin, noted just from the style inconsistencies and the low weight. Good very fine.