Agrippa, As, 63-12 BC
Rome, Struck under Caligula (37-41), Bronze, RIC:58
Head left wearing rostral crown [M AGRIP]PA L [F COS III] /Neptune standing facing, head left, naked except for cloak draped behind him & over both arms, holding small dolphin in right hand & vertical trident in left S-C.
Here is my honest take on this coin:
Coin is bent. Very worn. I attributed it after purchasing a lot of unknown/unattributed ancient coins. For some reason, I actually like this one, as is – worn and bent. Makes me think of its ancient history as well as its recent history of being somewhere when nobody knew what it was. It may not be pretty. However, this coin is appealing to me, perhaps it is to you as well.