Julius Caesar, Silver Denarius. Mint of Rome, struck by L. Flaminius Chilo, 41 B.C. Laureate head of Julius Caesar facing right, rev. L FLAMINIVS - IIII VIR, Venus (?) standing left, holding a caduceus and a sceptre, 4.05g., 6h (Crawford 485/1; Sydenham 1089; RBW -; Sear Imperators 113; Woytek 'Arma et Nummi' p. 558). A wonderful portrait, struck on a very broad flan, light cabinet toning, slight softness on highest point, otherwise nearly extremely fine.