Ancient Rome, Cn. Pompeius Jnr., Silver Denarius, minted in Spain by M. Poblicius, struck 46-45 BC.
Obverse: M POBLICI LEG – PRO P R, helmeted head of Roma facing right.
Reverse: CN MAGNVS IMP, female figure standing right, with a shield and two spears, handing a palm-branch to a soldier, standing left on a prow of a ship,
(Cr 469/1e; Syd 1035a; RBW 1641; RCV 1384).
A very good example, well-struck on a broad flan of good metal, light iridescent cabinet tone, extremely fine.