Octavian, Imperatorial Rome 49-27 BC, Silver Denarius (3.53g, 18mm), struck at Rome 30-29 BC. Obverse: Laureate Head of Octavian as Apollo facing right. Reverse: Figure of Octavian standing facing forward atop rostral column, his body triumphant and facing three-quarter left, holding spear in his right hand and parazonium in left, legend either side, “IMP CAESAR”. Sear-1559; RIC-271; RSC-124. Very minor banker’s mark to left on obverse, else a very attractive, problem free coin – the portrait is quite pleasing. Very Fine, obverse better.