JULIUS CAESAR SILVER PORTRAIT DENARIUS – JAN-FEB 44 BC LIFETIME ISSUE OF MACER – XF NGC GRADED ROMAN IMPERATORIAL COIN (Inv. 13451)
ROMAN IMPERATORIAL. Julius Caesar, 44 BC.
Silver Denarius, 3.47 g., 19 mm., struck by P. Sepullius Macer at Rom, Jan-Feb 44 BC.
Obv. CAESAR IMP, laureate and veiled head of Caesar right, star at left, all within dotted circle.
Rev. P SEPVLLIVS MACER, Venus standing left, holding Victoria and scepter, all within dotted circle.
Cr. 480/5b; Syd. 1071.
NGC graded XF, Strike 4/5, Surface 2/5, struck right before Caesar’s murder.