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Lot # 131 - Auction is closed.Estimate: US$40000 / Unsold: Available at opening bid of US$ 36000 + Buyers Fee
Julius Caesar, struck by L. Flaminius Chilo. Denarius
Julius Caesar, struck by L. Flaminius Chilo. Denarius, 4.07g. (2h). Rome, 43 BC. Obv: Wreathed head of Caesar right, without legend. Rx: Venus or Pax standing left, head bowed, holding caduceus and scepter; to right L•FLAMINIVS downwards, to left IIIl•VIR upwards. Crawford 485/1. Sydenham 1089. Sear, Imperators 113. One of the finest portraits of Caesar in existence, in excellent style and fully struck up. Tiny banker's mark to left of portrait. Beautiful cabinet toning. EF.

From the Haeberlin Collection, sold as part of Haeberlin's Roman Imperial collection, in Cahn 75, 30 May 1932, lot 770. A note to lot 2901 in the main Haeberlin catalogue of 17 July 1933 specifically confirms the Haeberlin Collection provenance of our coin.
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