AUTHENTIC SILVER DENARIUS from ROMAN EMPEROR JULIUS CAESAR
ELEPHANT TRAMPLING SERPENT Circa 44 B.C.
Graded by NGC as Ch. XF* Star (Choice Extra Fine Star) An exceptional grade for this exceptional coin.
Outstanding strike (NGC 5 of 5) and excellent surfaces (NGC 4of 5)
Well centered and "CAESAR" is incredibly bold and 100% visible. The elephant is sharp and well centered. Emblems on reverse are also well centered and boldly struck.
You are bidding on an outstanding example of the rare and famous silver denarius of Julius Caesar, who died on the ides of March, 44 B.C.
Obverse: CAESAR, elephant trampling serpent
Reverse: Pontifical implements (simpulum, aspergillum, axe, and apex)
Denomination: Silver Denarius
Weight: 3.60 grams
Grade: NGC Ch. XF* STAR
Authenticity is unconditionally guaranteed.
Don't miss this rare opportunity to acquire a high grade NGC graded Julius Caesar elephant silver denarius (only a small percentage of NGC graded coins get the STAR designation)!