Imperatorial Rome, the Assassins of Caesar, Gaius Cassius Longinus, as Roman Senator and General, Silver Denarius (3.88g, 18mm), military mint moving with Cassius and Brutus, likely in Smyrna (?), Spring 42 BC, moneyer issue in the name of P. Cornelius Lentulus Spinther the Younger. Obverse: Veiled, diademed and draped bust of Libertas facing to the right, wearing pearl necklace, “C· CASSI· IMP” upward to left, “LEIBERTAS” upward to right. Reverse: Capis left and littus right, moneyer’s name “LENTVLVS SPINT” in exergue. RSC-6; Crawford-500/5. A few banker’s marks either side, largely unobtrusive and easily overlooked, a fair example of the popular type of Cassius, one of the leading conspirators against Julius Caesar, very collectible as such, Very Fine, reverse near so.