780 a (2) - RRC. Description obverse: Head casque of Rome on the right. Description reverse: Victory in a galloping right, holding a crown of the right hand and the reins of the left. Translation reverse: "Lucius Rutilius", (Lucius Rutilius).Comments: This denarius takes back relatively to old types with the head of Rome and Victory in a biga. History: Year 77 is fertile in events. Catullus and Pompey crushed Lepidus, who died in Sardinia. César sues Dolabella for extortion.
In Spain, the revolt of Sertorius wins several successes and is joined by Perpena. Pompey, went to Spain to subdue the rebellion, took the opportunity to crush a sedition in Transalpine Gaul. Photos are done with an old camera which can't capture details and it shows some blur around edges. In reality, this coin is much better in hand. Our Elaborate COA comes with 24 karat Gold seal on top.It has detailed Description/ Provenance and history of the coin. All information which you supply to us is enclosed. We respect your privacy and promise to safeguard the confidentiality of your information.
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The item "Very Rare roman coin with Gold iridescent patina. Cicero'sFriend" is in sale since Thursday, March 09, 2017.
This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ Ancient\Roman\ Republic (300 BC-27 BC)".market" and is located in NY. This item can be shipped worldwide.