Auctioneer's description: Julius Caesar AR Denarius. Rome, January-February 44 BC. P. Sepullius Macer, moneyer. Wreathed head of Caesar to right; star of eight rays behind, CAESAR•IMP downwards before / Venus Victrix standing to left, holding Victory in outstretched right hand and with left, resting on vertical sceptre set on star; P•SEPVLLIVS downwards to right, MACER upwards to left. From the Andrew McCabe Collection, collector's ticket included. The middle section of the reverse appears a bit weakly struck but overall I thought the details and even the face of Venus was very clear. I particularly liked the portrait of JC on a good shaped flan and the metal quality also appears very good in the pictures I'm even prepared to overlook what appears like a small flan flaw at around 3 o'clock on the reverse. This will definitely make my top 10 for 2020 with the year I'm having Looks like an almost uncirculated specimen to me, what do you all think?