I am distinguishing between the condition of the coin and the artistry of the die. An EF+ coin can be very impressive without its die being engraved artistically. On the other hand, a coin can be in lesser grade and yet display some artistic excellence. 78 BC. 19 mm. 3.95 grams. L. Cassius Q.F. Longinus Head of Liber right, wearing ivy wreath and with thyrsus over shoulder Head of Libera (Proserpina) left, wearing vine wreath, behind L CASSI Q F Crawford 386. Sear 317. 46 BC. 18-17 mm. 4.07 grams. T. Carisius Head of Sibyl Herophile right Sphinx seated right. T CARISIVS II VIR Crawford 464/1. Sear 446. 46 BC. 20-19 mm. 4.03 grams. C. Considius Paetus Head of Venus left, PA[ETI] behind Victory driving quadriga left, C CONSIDI Crawford 465/4. Sear 456. 42 BC. 21-10 mm. 3.83 grams. P. Clodius M F Laureate head of Apollo right, lyre behind Diana Lucifera standing right holding long lighted torch in each hand P CLODIVS M F Crawford 494/23. Sear 492. Show us some Republican denarii struck from artistic dies!