Roman Republic - Serrate denarius Q. Fufius Calenus and P. Mucius Cordus Scaevola. Minted in Rome in 70 B.C. HONOS and VIRTVS! - Silver

Description
Roman Republic - Serrate denarius Q. Fufius Calenus and P. Mucius Cordus Scaevola. Minted in Rome in 70 B.C. HONOS and VIRTVS! - Silver
Extremely fine

Roman Republic - Rare Q. Fufius Calenus and P. Mucius Cordus Scaevola serrate silver denarius. Minted in Rome in 70 B.C. Jugate heads of HONOS and VIRTVS!

H O - VIRT / KALENI, Jugate heads right of Honos, laureate, and Virtus, wearing crested helmet.
ITAL - RO / CORDI, Italia standing right, holding cornucopiae, and Roma standing left, foot on globe and holding sceptre, clasping hands; winged caduceus and ITAL monogram behind Italia, RO behind Roma, CORDI in exergue..
Babelon Fufia and Mucia 1. Sydenham 797. RBW 1445. Crawford 403/1.

3.92g, 20mm.

Great quality, very rare denarius!

Please see photos for better impression.

930634

Lot details
Country
Roman Republic
Currency
Serrate denarius
Year/Period and Variation
Q. Fufius Calenus and P. Mucius Cordus Scaevola. Minted in Rome in 70 B.C. HONOS and VIRTVS!
Precious metals
Silver
Type
Coin
Condition
Extremely fine
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