Roman Silver & Bronze - Roman Republic
JULIUS CAESAR, (assasinated 44 B.C.), (c.49-48 B.C.), silver denarius, mint moving with Caesar, (3.66 g), obv. elephant to right trampling on serpent, CAESAR in exergue, rev. simpulum, sprinkler, axe and priest's hat, (S.1399, Cr.443/1, Syd.1006, RSC Julius Caesar 49). Surface pitting with hoard patination, fine and very scarce.
Ex Dr V.J.A. Flynn Collection.
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JULIUS CAESAR, (assasinated 44 B.C.), (c.49-48 B.C.), silver denarius, mint moving with Caesar, (3.66 g), ...