Roman Silver & Bronze Coins - Imperial

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Lot 1702    Session 7 (11.30am Wednesday 1st July)    Roman Silver & Bronze Coins - Imperial

Estimate $5,000
SOLD $6,000

JULIUS CAESAR, (c.January - February 44 B.C.), silver denarius, (3.48 g), Rome Mint, obv. wreathed head of Caesar to right, crescent behind, CAESAR IM P M, dotted border, rev. L AEMILIVS BVCA around, Venus standing to left, holding Victory and sceptre, dotted border, (S.1408, Cr.480/4, Syd.102, RSC Julius Caesar 22). Toned, well centred with full flan on both sides, otherwise very fine or better and rare in this condition.

Ex McHugh Collection and previously Noble Numismatics Auction 95, (lot 5421).

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