Roman Brutus Gold Stater Ch Unc NGC (44-42 BC)

Roman Brutus Gold Stater Ch Unc NGC (44-42 BC)

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More than 2,000 years old!
This Gold stater, from a historic period in ancient Rome, was struck around the time of Brutus' participation in the assassination of Julius Caesar. This coin is approximately 19 mm in diameter and weighs approx. 8.4 g.

Obverse: Roman consul walking left. Reverse: Eagle with spread wings standing left on horizontal spear, clutching laurel wreath in its talons.

Graded Choice Uncirculated by NGC --- An Impressive addition to any ancient collection!

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Product ID: 76349
Year: Random
Grade: Uncirculated
Grade Service: NGC
Denomination: Stater
Metal Content: 0.272 troy oz
Purity: Other
Manufacturer: Rome
Thickness: 1.4 mm
Diameter: 19 mm
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