Roman Silver & Bronze - Roman Republic
C. CASSIUS LONGINUS, (died 42 B.C.), denarius, issued Spring 42 B.C., mint travelling with Cassius and Brutus in the East (probably Smyrna), (3.16 g) obv. diademed head of Libertas to right, around, C CASSI IMP behind, LEIBERTAS, dotted border, rev. jug and lituus, below LENTVLVS SPINT, dotted border, (S.1447, Cr.500/1, Syd.1308, RSC 4). Uneven flan with surface pitting, otherwise nearly extremely fine and rare.
Ex Dr V.J.A. Flynn Collection.
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C. CASSIUS LONGINUS, (died 42 B.C.), denarius, issued Spring 42 B.C., mint travelling with Cassius ...