Roman Republic AR Denarius L. Macer (84 BC) XF

Roman Republic AR Denarius L. Macer (84 BC) XF

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This Silver Republican Denarius was issued by the moneyer Gaius Licinius Macer in 84 BC. This coin depicts the goddess Minerva driving a quadriga, a Roman emblem of triumph.

Coin Highlights:
  • Silver Denarius from the Roman Republic. 84 BC. 3.8 grams.
  • This coin has slight metal shaved on the reverse.
  • Struck at a Mint in Rome.
  • This coin is in Extra Fine condition.
  • Obverse: Diademed bust of Vejovis facing left, hurling thunderbolt.
  • Reverse: Minerva, holding spear, reins, and shield, driving galloping quadriga right.
  • Crawford-354/1.

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