Julius Caesar (M. Mettius) 44BC Silver Denarius Very Fine
- A genuine coin of Roman icon, Julius Caesar.
- Struck in 44BC – the year that Caesar was assassinated.
- Issued under the authority of Marcus Mettius, an ally of Caesar.
- Distinguished by the portrait of Caesar on the obverse.
- Excessively rare and highly desirable in any grade – offered in Very Fine.
- Must-have for the serious collector – click add to cart now!
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Struck during Caesar’s lifetime…
Sure to elevate any Ancient collection to a new level, this immensely rare silver denarius was one of the last coin types struck for Roman ruler Julius Caesar before he was assassinated in March 44BC.
Struck at the mint of Rome in January and February of 44BC, the coin was issued under the authority of Marcus Mettius – a major ally of Julius Caesar, and a man who had played a key role in Caesar’s Gallic Wars. Upon the obverse of this crucial ‘lifetime issue’, we find a fine portrayal of the iconic Roman ruler, with Venus the Victorious depicted on the reverse.
A truly great Roman rarity in any condition, particularly sought after due to the fact it was struck so close to Caesar’s violent death, the Julius Caesar (M. Mettius) 44BC Silver Denarius offered here is graded Very Fine. Click add to cart now!