Roman Republic AR Denarius C Cato (123 BC) XF (Crawford 274/1)

Roman Republic AR Denarius C Cato (123 BC) XF (Crawford 274/1)

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This Silver Denarii of the Roman Republic features winged Victory racing in a Biga. The Biga was a popular two-horse chariot used in Ancient Rome for sport, transportation, and ceremonies.

Coin Highlights:
  • Silver Denarius from the Roman Republic. 123 BC. 3.96 grams.
  • Struck at the mint in Rome.
  • This coin is in Extra Fine condition.
  • Obverse: Helmeted head of Rome right. X monogram left.
  • Reverse: Winged Victory racing in Biga; holding reins and whip. "C. CATO" below horses.
  • Crawford 274/1.

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