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Julius Caesar, Silver Denarius

Julius Caesar, Silver Denarius. Mint of Illyria (Apollonia?), struck early to mid 48 B.C. Head of Venus facing right, wearing an oak-wreath and diadem, T (inverted) II behind, rev. trophy with Gallic shield and carnyx, an axe below, CAE-SAR below, 3.87g., 6h (Crawford 452/2; Sydenham 1009; RBW -; Sear Imperators 11; Woytek 'Arma et Nummi' p. 558). Toned, about extremely fine.

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