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Lot 1929    Session 6 (9.30am Thursday)    Roman Silver & Bronze

Estimate $150
SOLD $150

Q. SICINIUS, (c.49 B.C.), silver denarius, Rome mint, (3.730 grams), obv. Fortune diademed head to right, FORT before, P.R. behind, rev. Q. SICINIVS III VIR, caduceus and palm in saltire, laurel wreath above, (S.410 [£90 VF], Cr.440/1, Syd.938, B.Sicinia 5 [£50]). Grey tone, very fine and scarce.

The coin type is an issue in honour of Pompey and his party, the palm branch refers to his numerous victories.

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