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Q. Caepio Brutus, AR Denarius - Military Mint travelling in Lycia, spring-early summer 42 BC
LEIBERTAS Head of Libertas right. / CAEPIO-BRVTVS-PRO-COS Plectrum, lyre, and filleted laurel branch. Crawford 501/1; CRI 199; Sydenham 1287; RSC 5; Sear (Millennium) 1432; Seaby, Brutus 5. Minted in the spring to early summer of 42 BC by a military mint traveling with Brutus in Lycia.
(18 mm, 3.71 g, 5h)
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carthago  [Jul 11, 2013 at 12:40 AM]
A very nice coin that is surprisingly tough to find decent. An especially lovely obverse too.
Lloyd  [Jul 11, 2013 at 03:53 AM]
I agree. Believe it or not, I bought it as an unsold lot in a CNG auction. I then sold it at a handsome profit a couple of years later when I decided to concentrate on ancient Greeks.
Kim B. N  [Jan 19, 2017 at 02:26 AM]
Great face But shame, shame not too keep this gem Lloyd hehe, i quess in to days Mobil words, Caersars words to Brutus would be. "U 2 B"