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Roman Silver Denarius Julius Caesar Elephant (49-48 BC) Ch XF NGC

Roman Silver Denarius Julius Caesar Elephant (49-48 BC) Ch XF NGC

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This Elephant Denarius was likely struck by Caesar as a slight at Pompey Magnus. Pompey had attempted to bring elephants into the city of Rome upon his election as consul. The elephants were too startled to make the crossing, which embarrassed Pompey.

Coin Highlights:
  • Silver denarius struck in 49-48 BC under Julius Caesar's reign. 4.07 grams. 18 mm.
  • NGC has certified this coin as being in Choice Extra Fine condition and has encapsulated it to protect its condition.
  • Strike: 4/5. Surface: 5/5.
  • Obverse: Elephant trampling a snake and "CAESAR."
  • Reverse: Priestly implements.


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