Julius Caesar, Silver Denarius. Minted in Spain, struck 46-45 B.C. Draped and diademed bust of Venus facing left, a star in her hair and Cupid on her shoulder, with a sceptre behind and a lituus on her left, rev. trophy, with oval shield and carnyx on either side, a female captive seated below on right, a kneeling bearded captive with hands tied on left, CAESAR in exergue, 3.81g., 3h (Crawford 468/2; Sydenham 1015; RBW 1640; Sear Imperators 59). Broad flan, good very fine and scarce.