No Contact- or other Detracting Marks visible with the naked eye, and only minute superficial imperfections, relating to the manufacturing process rather than any other cause, may be visible under magnification. Fully Lustre or Mint Bloom is present. Toning on Silver coins (if present) must be attractive. Brilliance Color on Coins should be 90% plus.To reiterate, it is a completely flawless mint state coin with nothing forgiven. This grade is very rare, not to be taken lightly or accepted easily. New pair of dies unpublished (L & XI). This coin is a must for every museum. JUNIA (91 BC) Decimus Junius Silanus. Name of the workshop: Rome. Comments on the state of conservation: Perfectly centered and Gorgeous Gold. 15 (Junia) - BMC / RR. 337 / 3 - RSC. Description obverse: Head helmeted from Rome to the right; Behind the head, L. LF / ROMA at the forefront. Description reverse: Victoria (Victory) in a galloping bike on the right, holding the reins with both hands.
Above, mark of control, V. Translation reverse: "Decimus [Junius] Silanus Lucii Filius", (Decimus Junius Silanus son of Lucius). Comments : For this mint, the corners are numbered using the Latin alphabet for observe and Roman numerals on the reverse. With the letter B on the right, Grueber only noted the reverse corner V.
With the numbering V on the reverse, we find the letters K, N and S. Other combinations are certainly to be discovered.
History : In 91 BC, Lucius Marcius Philippus and Sextus Julius were consuls. The tribune, Marcus Livius Drusus proposes to reform the electoral law in favor of the allies (citizen status). 70 BC-62 BC was a consul of the Roman Republic.
He may have been the son of Marcus Junius Silanus, consul in 109 BC. He was the stepfather of Marcus Junius Brutus the Younger, having married Brutus' mother, Servilia. He was aedile in 70 BC, but he lost the election to be a consul of 63.
He was successful the following year, and so in consequence of his being consul designatus was first asked for his opinion by Cicero in the debate in the senate on the punishment of the Catilinarian conspirators. At first he spoke in favor of "the supreme penalty" for the conspirators, but when Julius Caesar suggested life imprisonment, Silanus insisted that that was what he had really meant. As such, it was left to Cato the Younger to force through the decision to actually execute them. He was consul in 62 with Lucius Licinius Murena.They proposed the lex Junia Licinia, which enacted that a rogatio, a discussionary meeting, must be promulgated three nundinae, or market-intervals, before the people voted on it. It also confirmed the lex Caecilia Didia. Photos are done with an old camera which can't capture details and it shows some blur around edges. In reality, this coin is much better in hand. Our Elaborate COA comes with 24 karat Gold seal on top.
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