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Anonymous (ca. 169-158 BC). AE as (26.52 gm). VG. Rome. Laureate head of Janus, Mn. Cordius Rufus (ca. 46 BC). AR denarius (3.80 gm) Mn. Cordius Rufus (ca. 46 BC). AR denarius (3.66 gm).
Anonymous (ca. 169-158 BC). AE as (26.52 gm). VG. Rome. Laureate head of Janus, I (mark of value) above / Prow right, I (mark of value) above, anchor to right, ROMA below Mn. Cordius Rufus (ca. 46 BC). AR denarius (3.80 gm). VF. Rome. RVFVS • III • VIR, conjoined heads of the Dioscuri right, each wearing pileus ornamented with laurel and surmounted by star / MN (ligate) • CORDIVS, Venus standing facing, head left, scales in right hand, transverse scepter in left, Cupid on her shoulder. Crawford 463/1a. Sydenham 976. Cordia 1. Mn. Cordius Rufus (ca. 46 BC). AR denarius (3.66 gm). Choice VF. Rome. RVFVS • III • VIR, conjoined heads of the Dioscuri right, each wearing pileus ornamented with laurel and surmounted by star / MN (ligate) • CORDIVS, Venus standing facing, head left, scales in right hand, transverse scepter in left, Cupid on her shoulder. Crawford 463/1a. Sydenham 976. Cordia 1.
C. Licinius L. f. Macer. 84 BC. AR Denarius Mark Antony. Autumn 32-spring 31 BC. AR Denarius 18mm, 3.60 g Legionary Denarius The Pompeians. Q. Sicinius and C. Coponius. 49 BC. AR Denarius
C. Licinius L. f. Macer. 84 BC. AR Denarius (21mm, 3.7 gm). Rome mint. Diademed and draped bust of Apollo Vejovis left, seen from behind, hurling thunderbolt / C. LICINIVS. L. F/MACER in exergue, Minerva driving galloping quadriga right, brandishing spear and shield. Crawford 354/1; Sydenham 732; Licinia 16 Mark Antony. Autumn 32-spring 31 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.60 gm). Legionary issue. Patrae(?) mint. Praetorian galley right The Pompeians. Q. Sicinius and C. Coponius. 49 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.7 gm). Military mint moving with Pompey. Daidemed head of Apollo right; star below
The Pompeians. Sextus Pompey. 37/6 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.91 g, 5h). The Triumvirs. Octavian. Spring-early summer 36 BC. AR Denarius Julius Caesar, assassinated 44 BC. AR Silver Denarius (3.43g).
The Pompeians. Sextus Pompey. 37/6 BC. AR Denarius (18mm, 3.91 g, 5h). Uncertain Sicilian mint. Bare head of Pompey the Great right; capis to left, lituus to right / Neptune, naked The Triumvirs. Octavian. Spring-early summer 36 BC. AR Denarius (17.5mm, 3.91 g, 6h). Southern or central Italian mint. Bareheaded and bearded head right / Tetrastyle temple of Divus Julius: statue of Julius Caesar as augur standing within temple; DIVO • IVL on architrave, star within pediment, figures along roof line; lighted altar to left. Crawford 540/2; CRI 315; Sydenham 1338; RSC 90. VF.

Julius Caesar, assassinated 44 BC. AR Denarius (3.43g). Laureate head of Julius Caesar right, lituus behind / Venus standing left leaning on shield, holding Victory.

The Caesarians. Julius Caesar. February-March 44 BC. AR Denarius (17mm, 3.64 g,
The Caesarians. Julius Caesar. February-March 44 BC. AR Denarius (17mm, 3.64 g, 4h). Lifetime issue. Rome mint; P. Sepullius Macer, moneyer. Laureate head right / Venus Victrix standing left,
   
 
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