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   View Categories Home > Catalog > |Roman Coins| > |The Imperators| > |The Tyrannicides| > SH08484
M. Junius Brutus, proconsul & imperator, by Moneyer L. Servius Rufus, 41 B.C.
|The| |Tyrannicides|, |M.| |Junius| |Brutus,| |proconsul| |&| |imperator,| |by| |Moneyer| |L.| |Servius| |Rufus,| |41| |B.C.|, M. Junius Brutus (also called Q. Caepio Brutus) is the most famous of Caesars assassins. This type, along with other scarce types from 41 B.C., was the last of the "Republican" coinage. The moneyer was L. Servius Rufus.
SH08484. Silver denarius, SRCV I 503, RSC I Sulpicia 10, Crawford 515/2, Sydenham 1082, aF, Rome mint, weight 3.28g, maximum diameter 19.7mm, die axis 180o, 41 B.C.; obverse SERVIVS RVFVS, bare head of Brutus right; reverse the Dioscuri standing facing, each holding spear; very rare; SOLD










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