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Roman. Brutus (44-42 BC). AV Stater (19mm,8.34gm). NGC Brilliant Uncirculated

Roman. Brutus (44-42 BC). AV Stater (19 mm, 8.34 gm). NGC Brilliant Uncirculated.

Obv: # Roman Consuls walking left. Rev: Eagle with spread wings standing left on scepter, clutching laurel wreath. Certified by NGC in Choice Uncirculated condition! Roman Governor Brutus, the assassin who betrayed Julius Caesar, authorized the striking of these coins using gold treasure provided by the Roman Senate. The gold staters were use to pay troops provided by the Thracian King Coson to defend the Republic from troops that were loyal to Julius Caesar.

 

 

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