Military mint traveling with Antony in Cisalpine Gaul.
The Julius Caesar and Marc Antony Roman Denarius from 43 BC is a silver coin minted during the late Roman Republic period. The obverse (front) of the coin depicts Julius Caesar, and the reverse (back) shows Marc Antony. This coin was struck as a commemorative issue following the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BC, as it celebrates the two powerful leaders who were instrumental in the political and military events of the time. The design and imagery on the coin reflect the era’s propaganda, aiming to honor Caesar’s memory and promote Antony’s power and authority. Today, these ancient coins are highly sought after by collectors and have become an important part of the cultural and historical legacy of the Roman Republic.
Obverse: Bare head of Marc Antony right, M ANTON IMP before, lituus behind
Reverse: Laureate head of Julius Caesar right, CAESAR DIC before, jug behind.
Diameter: 19 mm
Silver-plated, made in the USA.
Packaged in a coin collecting flip with the description of the coin printed on a flip insert.