Domitian, 18 mm, 2.23 grams &. Septimius Severus 17 mm, 2.18 grams. Hadrian, 17 mm, 2.59 grams. Silver Denarius Lot! I am sorry and I recognize. that survived well and is plentiful would have to present nearly as perfect.
NGC Ch VF. Trajan AD 98-117 Father To Hadrian Exquisite Denarius Ancient Roman Silver Coin. He conquered Dacia (now part of Romania), which provided land for Roman settlers and rich pickings from gold and salt mines.
Gordian III AR Denarius. Reverse: IOVIS STATOR, Jupiter standing facing, with thunderbolt and sceptre. The Ancient Romans were a proud and mighty civilization. They conquered much of their known world and many powerful enemies in the process.
Lot of 25 Ancient Romans Coins Largest 30 mm All have details! Silver Denarius! Now that Silver Denarius has the classic Black Silver Oxide but this is a heavy. I am sorry and I recognize. Jupiter coins.
Ruler: Marcus Aurelius AD 161-180. Obverse - MANTONINVS AVG IMPII, laureate, Marcus Aurelius bare head right. ( THE DENARIUS IN THE PICS IS THE COIN YOU WILL RECEIVE ). Expert Notes : Well centered round strike of Marcus Aurelius, smooth surface on reverse, rare depiction of P rovidentia holding a globe and cornucopia.
NGC Ch AU. Julia Mamaea. Rare Denarius. Ancient Roman Silver Coin. Augusta, AD 222-235. AR Denarius (20.5mm, 3.00 g, 7h). 9th emission of Severus Alexander, Struck AD 228. Obv: Draped bust right, wearing stephane.
Hadrian 117-138 AD. Ancient Roman Empire Denarius Coin Rare Toned Silver. Surfaces smoother than pictured. Excellent Ancient AR Denarius Coin. RULER - Hadrian AD 117-138 Roman Empire. Denomination: AR Denarius (Ancient Silver coin).
In 205 Geta and Caracalla were consuls together although they did not get along. Geta and Caracalla tried to divide the empire, but Julia Domna stood opposed. Caracalla did this to his brother Geta, but his attempts weren't entirely successful.
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Marcus Aurelius 161-180 AD Superb Denarius Ancient Roman Silver Coin. Ruler: Marcus Aurelius AD 161-180. Expert Notes : Well centered round strike of Marcus Aurelius, smooth suface on reverse, rare depiction of Concordia seated on throne with left arm resting on the altar.
Silver Denarius. Reverse: Mars advancing right, holding spear and trophy. All coins are real and authentic. I am sure I can answer them. I kept every recite and invoice, from every coin I bought. Well the places that provided them.
(Holding infant Horus. RIC.577, 21 mm. You however see an. survived at that level of detail whereas Extra Fine for a coin series. how they withstood the centuries) can be near Extra Fine if very few. "Coin Community Family Ancients".
Both of these coins have nice detail and non porous surfaces. Hadrian and Sabina were married for political reasons, and they were not “in love” in the Romantic sense. Many consider Hadrian one of the greatest of the Roman rulers, and Vibia Sabina was a big part of his success.
Silver Denarius. All coins are real and authentic. I am sure I can answer them. I kept every recite and invoice, from every coin I bought. Well the places that provided them. I have been to many coin shows and events.
Reverse: Commodus standing left, holding branch and scepter, Trophy to right with weapons at Base. Silver Denarius. All coins are real and authentic. I am sure I can answer them. I kept every recite and invoice, from every coin I bought.