By continuing your visit to this site, you accept the use of our cookies to make visits statistics. Your data is never shared with third parties. Read more
Coins 242Mark Antony and Julius Caesar.AR Denarius, 43 BC, Gallia Cisalpina.D/ M ANT(ligate)ON IMP. Bare head of Mark Antony right; behind, lituus.R/ CAESAR DIC. Laureate head of Julius Caesar right; behind, jug.Cr. 488/1. B.(Julia) 54.AR.g. 3.79 mm. 18.00RR.Very rare and in very good condition for issue. Good metal. A handsome example, with two impressive portraits, brilliant and prettily toned, with dark spots. Usual minor areas of weakness, otherwise good VF.The issue belongs to the period between the declaration of Antonius as a hostis in April 43 and the days immediately after the formation of the Triumvirate in the autumn of 43. (Crawford, RRC I, p. 498).