Browsing Roman Imperatorial Coins of Julius Caesar

[RSC 34 / Sear 1407]<h3>Julius Ceasar, Imperator, Assassinated 15 March, 44 BC.</h3>
[RSC 34 / Sear 1407]

Julius Ceasar, Imperator, Assassinated 15 March, 44 BC.

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Cohen 2
Sear 1395
Julius Caesar AV Aureus. 46BC, issue of Aulus Hirtius. C CAESAR COS TER, veiled head of Vesta right / A HIRTIVS PR, lituus, jug and axe. Cr 466/1, Syd 1017. (11 examples)
Cohen 7
Syd 1026
Sear 1417
Julius Caesar AE Dupondius or As. CAESAR DIC TER, draped bust of Victory right, wearing necklace, star behind / PRAEF C CLOVI, Minerva standing left with trophy & shield decorated with Medusa, serpent at feet. Cr 476/1b, Syd 1026. (4 examples)
Cohen 7
Sear 1417
Julius Caesar AE Dupondius or As. CAESAR DIC TER, draped bust of Victory right / PRAEF C CLOVI, Minerva standing left with trophy & shield decorated with Medusa, serpent at feet. Cr. 476/1a, Syd 1025. (5 examples)
Cohen 20Julius Caesar AV Aureus. Rome, 44 BC. Diademed bust of Venus right, with bare shoulders; CAES DIC behind, QVAR before / COS QVINC within laurel wreath. Cohen 20; Cr. 481/1; Sear5 1397.TextImage
Cohen 30Julius Caesar, AV aureus. 45 BC. 8.05 g. C CAES-DIC TER, draped bust of Victory right / L PLANC PR VRB, capis or jug with handle right. Cr. 475/1b; Syd. 1019b; BMC 4122; Julia 18; Bahrfeldt 20; Cohen 30.TextImage
Cohen 31
Sear 1396
Julius Caesar Aureus. 45 BC. C CAES DIC TER, winged & draped bust of Victory right / L PLANC PRAEF VRB, sacrificial jug, handle to right. Cr. 475/1a, Syd 1019. (4 examples)
RSC 1
Sear 1401
A Allienus AR Denarius. C CAESAR IMP COS ITER, draped and diademed bust of Venus right / A ALLIENVS PRO COS, Tinacrus standing left, foot on prow, holding triskeles. Cr. 457/1. (2 examples)
RSC 4
Sear 1403
Julius Caesar denarius. Struck 46 BC, Africa. COS.TERT.DICT.ITER. Head of Ceres right / AVGVR above, PONT.MAX. below. Simpulum, sprinkler, capis and lituus; M in right field. Syd 1024; Crawford 467/1b. (13 examples)
RSC 4a
Sear 1403
Julius Caesar denarius. COS TERT DICT ITER, head of Ceres / AVGVR above simpulum, sprinkler, capis and lituus, PONT MAX below. D in field. Syd 1023. (5 examples)
RSC 8
Sear 1422
Julius Caesar denarius. April 44 BC, PARENS PATRAIE . . . Veiled head right. / C COS SVTIVS AARDIANVS across fields, A A A FF around. Cr. 480/19. (4 examples)
RSC 9
Sear 1415
Julius Caesar denarius. CAESAR DICT PERPETUO, Julius veiled and laureate head right / C MARIDIANVS, Venus standing left with Victory and resting arm on sheild on globe. Syd 1067. (2 examples)
RSC 10Julius Caesar Denarius. 44 BC. AR denarius. Moneyer C. Maridianus. 3.71 g. CAESAR DICT PERPETVO, veiled and wreathed head right / C MARIDIANVS, Venus standing left, holding Victory and resting left elbow on a large shield. Julia 42; Cossutia 4; RSC 10; Cr 480/15. Sear Imp 111a; Syd 1068. TextImage
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RSC 12
Sear 1402
Julius Caesar Denarius. 47-46 BC, mint in Africa. Diademed head of Venus right / CAESAR, Aeneas walking left, carrying Anchises and the Palladium. Cr. 458/1, Syd 1013. (3 examples)
RSC 13
Sear 1404
Julius Caesar Denarius. 46-45 BC, Spanish mint. Diademed head of Venus right, Cupid on her shoulder / CAESAR below Gallia & Gaulish captive seated beneath trophy of Gallic arms. Syd 1014, Cr. 468/1. (4 examples)
RSC 14
Sear 1405
Julius Caesar AR Denarius of Spanish Mint. Diademed head of Venus left; Cupid and lituus before, sceptre behind / Gaulish captive and Gallia seated beneath trophy; CAESAR in ex. Cr. 468/2, Syd 1015. (6 examples)
RSC 15Denarius in name of Julius Caesar, struck under Octavian at a mobile mint in Italy or Cisalpine Gaul, 43 BC. Head of Venus right, her hair tied back in knot / Trophy of Gallic arms, chariot at base on left; on right, shield, two spears, & carnyx; CAESAR upward to left, IMP downward to right. Cr. 482/1, Syd 1016. TextImage
RSC 18
Sear 1400
Julius Caesar Denarius. Traveling military mint, 48-47 BC. Laureate head of Pietas right, LII behind (resembling TII) (= 52, Julius' age in 48 BC) / CAESAR, trophy of Gallic arms, axe surmounted by an animal's head on right. Crawford 452/2; Sear 11; Sydenham 1009. (5 examples)
RSC 18 varJulius Caesar. Hybrid denarius, mint moving with Caesar, 48-47 BC, 3.96 g. Female head right, wearing diadem and oak wreath; TII behind head / CAE–SAR, Trophy with Gallic shield and carnyx; axe on right. Babelon Julia 26; Cohen 18. Hybrid of Syd. 1010 (obv)/1009 (rev) and of Sear Imp. 12 (obv)/11 (rev). and Crawford 452/2 (obv)/452/4-5 (rev). An apparently unlisted hybrid.TextImage
RSC 22
Sear 1408
Julius Caesar Denarius. L Aemilius Buca, moneyer; January to February 44 BC. CAESAR IMP M, laureate head right, crescent moon behind / L AEMILIVS BVCA, Venus standing left. Cr. 480/4, Syd 1060. (6 examples)
RSC 23
Sear 1411
Julius Caesar. AR denarius, Feb-March 44 BC. 18mm, 4.17 g. Rome. Moneyer L. Aemilius Buca. CAESAR DICT PERPETVO, wreathed head right / L BVCA downwards to right of Venus Victrix standing left, holding Victory and vertical sceptre. Cr 480/8; Alföldi Type XIV, 44-45; CRI 105; Syd 1061; BMCRR Rome 4154; RSC 23. (3 examples)
RSC 24
Sear 1410
Julius Caesar Denarius. L Aemilius Buca, moneyer; February-March, 44 BC. DICT PERPETVO CAESAR, laureate head right / L BVCA, Venus seated right holding Victory & transverse sceptre. Cr. 480/7, Syd 1062. (3 examples)
RSC 25
Sear 1409
Julius Caesar Denarius. L Aemilius Buca, moneyer; February-March 44 BC. CAESAR DICT PERPETVO, Laureate head of Caesar right / L BVCA, caduceus and fasces in saltire; axe, globe and joined hands in angles. Cr. 480/6, Syd 1062. (2 examples)
RSC 26
Sear 1423
Julius Caesar. 43 BC. AR Denarius. L. Flaminius Chilo, moneyer. Laureate head right / L• FLAMINIVS IIII • VIR, Pax standing left, holding caduceus & sceptre. Cr 485/1, Syd 1089. (One example)
RSC 26 (2)Julius Caesar. 43 BC. AR Denarius, 3.96 g. L. Flaminius Chilo, moneyer. Laureate head right / L• FLAMINIVS IIII • VIR, Pax standing left, holding caduceus and sceptre. Crawford 485/1; CRI 113; Sydenham 1089; RSC 26.TextImage
RSC 27
Sear 1425
Julius Caesar Denarius. Laureate head of Caesar right, branch behind, caduceus before / L LIVINEIVS above, REGVLVS below, bull leaping right. Cr. 492/24, Syd 1106. (2 examples)
RSC 29-Syd1096cJulius Caesar Denarius. Rome, 42 BC, moneyer L. Mussidius Longus. Laureate head of Caesar right / Cornucopia on globe between rudder on left & caduceus & apex on right, L MVSSIDIVS LONGVS left & below. Cr. 494/39. Syd 1096c. TextImage
RSC 29
Sear 1426
Julius Caesar denarius. Julius' laureate head right / L MVSSIDIVS LONGVS, rudder, cornucopiae on globe, caduceus and priest's hat. Syd 1096. (6 examples)
RSC 34
Sear 1407
Julius Caesar Denarius. CAESAR IMP, laureate head right, lituus & simpulum behind / M METTIVS, Venus standing left with Victory & sceptre, shield resting on globe; control letter to left. Cr. 480/3; Syd 1056. (7 examples)
RSC 35
Sear 1419
Julius Caesar Denarius. 44 BC. CAESAR IMPER, laureate head right / M METTIVS, Venus standing left holding Victory & sceptre, resting arm on sheild set on globe, control letter in left field. Syd 1055, Cr. 480/17. (6 examples)
RSC 36aJulius Caesar Denarius. Circa 44 BC. CAESAR DICT QVART, laureate head of Caesar right; lituus behind / Juno Sospita in biga right, M METTIVS below horses. Cr. 480/2c, Syd 1057 var.; TextImage
RSC 38
Sear 1413
Julius Caesar. February-March 44 BC. AR Denarius. P. Sepullius Macer, moneyer. CAESAR DICT•PERPETVO, laureate head of Caesar right / P SEPVLLIVS MACER, Venus standing left, holding Victory in right hand, sceptre set on shield in left. Syd 1073, Cr. 480/10. (2 examples)
RSC 39
Sear 1414
Julius Caesar. February-March 44 BC. AR Denarius. P. Sepullius Macer, moneyer. CAESAR DICT•PERPETVO, laureate & veiled head of Caesar right / P SEPVLLIVS MACER, Venus standing left, holding Victory in right hand, sceptre set on shield in left. Syd 1074, Cr. 480/13. (11 examples)
RSC 40Julius Caesar Denarius. P. Sepullius Macer, moneyer. CAESAR DICT•PERPETVO, laureate head of Caesar right / P SEPVLLIVS MACER, Venus standing left, holding Victory in right hand, sceptre set on star in left. Syd 1072, Cr. 480/11. TextImage
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RSC 41
Sear 1412
Julius Caesar Denarius. P. Sepullius Macer, moneyer. CAESAR IMP, laureate head of Caesar right, star of eight rays behind / P SEPVLLIVS MACER, Venus standing left, holding Victory in right hand, sceptre set on star in left. Syd 1071, Cr. 480/5b. (6 examples)
RSC 44
Sear 1421
Julius Caesar AR Denarius. CLEMENTIA CAESARIS, tetrastyle temple / Horseman galloping right; wreath behind, P SEPVLLIVS above, MACER below. Cr. 480/21, Syd 1076. (3 examples)
RSC 45
Sear 1428
Divus Julius Caesar Denarius. 40 BC. Q Voconius Vitulus, quaestor. Laureate head right / Q•VOCONIVS above, S-C to sides, VITVLVS•Q / DESIG below, bull-calf advancing left. Crawford 526/4, Sydenham 1133.(One example)
RSC 45cfDivus Julius Caesar Fourrée Denarius. Q Voconius Vitulus, quaestor. Laureate head right / Q•VOCONIVS above, S-C to sides, VITVLVS•Q / DESIG• below, bull-calf advancing left. TextImage
RSC 46Divus Julius Caesar Denarius. 40 BC. Q Voconius Vitulus, moneyer. DIVI IVLI, laureate head right; lituus behind / Q VOCONIVS, calf standing left, VITVLVS in ex. Cr526/2, Syd 1132. TextImage
RSC 47
Sear 1427
Julius Caesar. 40 BC. AR Denarius. S-C across field, laureate head of Caesar right / TI SEMPRONIVS GRACCVS Q DESIG, legionary standard, Roman eagle, plow & sceptre. Cr525/4a; Syd 1129. (3 examples)
RSC 49
Sear 1399
Julius Caesar. 49-48 BC. AR Denarius. CAESAR in exergue, elephant right, trampling on serpent / Simpulum, sprinkler, axe and priest's hat. Cr. 443/1; Syd 1006; BMCRR (Gaul) 27. (2 examples)
RSC 2, Antony
Sear 1464
Mark Antony & Julius Caesar Denarius. 43 BC. Bare head of Marc Antony right, M ANTON IMP before, lituus behind / laureate head of Julius Caesar right, CAESAR DIC before, jug behind. RSC 2, Syd 1165, Cr. 488/1. (6 examples)
RSC 3, Antony
Sear 1465
Julius Caesar and Mark Antony AR Denarius. M. ANTON. IMP. R. P. C., bare head of Antony right, lituus behind / CAESAR DIC, laureate head of Caesar right, jug behind. Antonia 5, Cr. 488/2, Syd 1166, RSC 3. (3 examples)
RSC 29-Syd1096cJulius Caesar Denarius. Rome, 42 BC, moneyer L. Mussidius Longus. Laureate head of Caesar right / Cornucopia on globe between rudder on left & caduceus & apex on right, L MVSSIDIVS LONGVS left & below. Cr. 494/39. Syd 1096c. TextImage
Vienna
RPC 517
SG #152
Octavian & Divus Julius Caesar AE30 Dupondius of Gaul, Vienna. ca 36 BC. IMP CAESAR DIVI F DIVI IVLI, bare head of Julius Caesar left, back to back with bare head of Octavian right / prow of galley right with superstructure; CIV above. DLT 2943, RPC I 517.
Gaul or Italy
RPC 620
Octavian & Divus Caesar, AE29 (dupondius?). Uncertain Gallic or Italian mint, ca 38 BC. DIVI F CAESAR, bare head of Octavian right / DIVOS IVLIVS, laureate head of Julius Caesar right. TextImage
Gaul or Italy
RPC 620 (2)
Octavian & Divus Caesar, AE29 (dupondius?). Uncertain Gallic or Italian mint, ca 38 BC. DIVI F CAESAR, bare head of Octavian right / DIVOS IVLIVS, laureate head of Julius Caesar right. TextImage
Gaul or Italy
RPC 620 (3)
Octavian & Divus Caesar, AE29 (dupondius?). Uncertain Gallic or Italian mint, ca 38 BC. DIVI F CAESAR, bare head of Octavian right / DIVOS IVLIVS, laureate head of Julius Caesar right. TextImage
Pia Paterna
RPC 759
Divus Julius Caesar AE 31mm of Zeugitana, Colonia Iulia Pia Paterna. Struck 20 BC. DIVOS IVLIVS, diademed head of Julius Caesar right [c/m: capricorn left with cornucopiae above & globe on rudder below] / EX DD COL IV P PAT, Ceres advancing right, holding two torches, plow to right. TextImage
Corinth
RPC 1116
Julius Caesar AE20 of Corinth. 44 or 43 BC. LAVS IVLI CORINT, laureate head right / L CERTO AEFICIIO C IVLIO II VIR, Bellerophone wearing petasus, mounted on Pegasus flying right, striking downward with spear. TextImage
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Thessalonika
RPC 1554
Divus Julius Caesar & Octavian AE23 of Thessalonika, Macedonia. ΘEOΣ, Wreathed head of Divus Julius right / ΘEΣΣAΛONIKEΩN, bare head of Augustus right. TextImage
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Thessalonika
RPC 1555
Divos Julius Caesar & Octavian, AE21 of Thessalonika. Struck ca 69-72 under Domitian. ΘEOC, head of Julius Caesar right / ΘECCAΛONIKEΩN, head of Octavian right. TextImage
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Parium
RPC 2254
Julius Caesar AE16 of Mysia, Parium. ca 45 BC. C G P I around female head right / Praefericulum, PIC MVC on right, IIII. I D D D D on left. TextImage
Apameia
Hunter 756
Divus Julius Caesar, AE17 of Apameia, Bithynia. 3.12g. Struck by Augustus (or Nero), after 14 BC. DIVOS IVLIVS, Bare head of Julius Caesar right / GENIVM, Tyche standing left, holding rudder and cornucopiae. RPC p. 342; Hunter 756.TextImage
Thessaly
Rogers 56
Julius Caesar. AE 22 mm. Thessalian League. Laureate head right / Venus standing right. TextImage
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