JULIUS CAESAR SILVER DENARIUS – POSTHUMOUS ISSUE OF L MUSSIDIUS LONGUS WITH GREAT PORTRAIT – CHOICE XF NGC GRADED ROMAN IMPERATORIAL COIN OF THE TWELVE CAESARS (Inv. 15037)
ROMAN IMPERATORIAL. JULIUS CAESAR, died 44 BC.
Silver Denarius, 3.90 g., 19 mm., struck by L. Mussidius Longus at Rome, 42 BC
Obv. Laureate head of Caesar right, within dotted border.
Rev. L• MVSSIDIVS • LONGVS, cornucopia on globe, rudder to left, winged caduceus and apex to right.
Cr. 494/39a; Syd. 1096a; RBW 1742.
NGC graded CHOICE XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 4/5, medium gray toning and with a perfectly centered and absolutely spectacular portrait of Julius Caesar.