Does anyone on this group know something about this coin?
A denar minted by Brutus in Macedonia about 42 bc with Brutus on the obv
and two daggers and a liberty cap on the rev.
The rev memorate the liberation of Rome from Caius Julius Caesar.
What I am interested in is tha availability of this coin in a lower but
readable grade, something like G or VG. I have seen it in Seabys silver
coins of the first republic stating a value of 7000 Pounds in VF since
this is more than I spend on coins in a year I would be happy to find it
at a bit lower price.
Hope this post does not interfere with the ongoing flamings
"I was afraid of a united Church;it makes a mighty power,
the mightiest conceivable, and then when it by-and-by
gets into selfish hands, as it is always bound to do,
it means death to human liberty,and paralysis to human thought"