The great Stoic philosopher Marcus Aurelius Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus (121-180) was one of the most brilliant rulers the Western world has ever produced. He studied Latin and Greek, and was especially drawn to Stoic philosophy.
Up for sale is an AD 138-140/1 Roman Empire Faustina Sr. (posthumous issue) silver AR Denarius that is NGC certified Very Fine and has the Golden Age Hoard label. It is amazing that even after so many centuries, you can is still find ancient coins in such nice shape. This one looks well centered and struck but please enlarge photos to get a better look for yourself. Don't miss out. Add this ancient Roman Empire coin to your own collection, before someone else beats you to it. STATE SALES TAX IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF THE ITEM LISTED. If you live in a state that has state sales tax, you may be required to pay it when checking out through eBay. Check out my other auctions. There are hundreds of high grade coins up for sale right now.
Silver Denarius. Struck c. 101 BC. Reverse: M. LVCILI in exergue, RVF above, Victory driving gallopingbiga (two horse chariot) right. NGC Certified and Graded VF ~Very Fine. ROMAN REPUBLIC. ANCIENT COINAGE.
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This Silver Denarius was struck during the reign of Commodus, AD 177-192. Eighteenth Emperor of the Roman Empire, Commodus jointly ruled the Empire with his father Marcus Aurelius until AD 180, and then solely until his death by assassination in AD 192.
Commodus son of Marcus Aurelius Roman Empire, AD 177-192 Stunning Silver Denarius Coin. Expert Notes : This Silver Denarius struck AD 177-192 for Roman Emperor Commodus is graded VF, Very Fine, by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation's ancient coin specialists, NGC Ancients.
Tough NGC CHOICE AU Surface is 4 out of 5 and the Strike is Rated a Perfect 5 out of 5. A choice AU Ancient with Two sided Light color tones, some Blue and gold Color tones. A AD 238-244 Roman Empire Gordian III silver AR Denarius that is NGC certified About Uncirculated with amazing eye appeal. This one looks well centered and struck with a pleasing light Color Patina, but please enlarge photos to get a better look and decide for yourself. Ancient coins are becoming one of the most popular issues of coinage. This is an exceptional opportunity as few high quality examples still remain today after centuries of abuse from the elements. Act now to add this piece of history to your own Roman Empire collection, before it gone.
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The withered general Septimius Severus prevailed in the perilous Year of the Five Emperors, which began with the murder of Commodus on New Years Eve, 192, defeating four rival claimants to the throne.
To ensure an orderly succession upon the death of Antoninus Pius on 7 March 161, Marcus Aurelius donated five thousand denarii to every soldier of the emperor’s Praetorian Guard – the equivalent of more than 16 years’ salary for an ordinary legionary.
The youthful, good-natured Gordian managed to survive for six years, among the longest reigns of any emperor during the Age of Chaos, before being killed. Roman Silver Double Denarius of Gordian III Coin,NGC Certified,238 A.D. With Story Card -Certificate.
Severus Alexander AD 222-235. Ancient Roman Soldier Silver Denarius Coin. Size: AR Denarius (19mm 3.85 grams). EXPERT NOTES : Perfect 5/5 Strike, Old toning with traces of underlying lustre. Perfectly centered round denarius.
NGC Ch F. Hadrian AD. 117-138 Ancient Roman, Excellent Denarius - Silver Coin. RULER - Hadrian AD 117-138 Roman Empire. Expert Notes : Excellent well centered strike of Hadrian & smooth obverse, silvering, Certified NGC Ch F.
Antoninus Pius was the fifteenth ruler of the Roman Empire, from AD 138-161, ascending to the throne following the death of his adoptive father Hadrian. One of the Five Good Emperors, Antoninus enjoyed a peaceful rule during the most prosperous era of the Empire.
Minted for Julian II as Augustus at Arles, France mint (mintmark CONST) at the second (SCONST) officina (S) between 360 to 363 CE. Julian was the nephew of Constantine the Great, and a noted scholar and military leader.
Hadrian 117-138 AD. Ancient Roman Empire Denarius Coin Rare Toned Silver. RULER - Hadrian AD 117-138 Roman Empire. Certified NGC XF. This coin could be easily an AU or higher and you will be very happy with this NGC XF!
We believe this 1,800 year old Roman Denarii is an excellent value for the price.
Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD), was the father of Marcus Aurelius. Rome was at it's greatest during this timeframe and these authentic Roman silver denarii are well struck and nicely preserved. NGC has rated this coin as Extremely Fine (XF). These can be very difficult to find in this condition!
The coin in the photo is the actual coin you will receive! Please zoom in on photos to see details. This is a great coin for the price and highly recommended..
Type...Silver Denarius. The leader of the Zealots, Simon Bar Giora, is lashed and strangled in the Forum. In 71 AD Titus is made praetorian prefect of the Praetorian Guard and receives pro-consular command and also tribunician power, all of which indicates that Vespasian will follow the hereditary tradition of succession.
Roman Emperor Vespasian 69-79 Silver Denarius. 2.89g NGC CHXF 4/5 Strike 2/5 Surface. He served for a decade and was the first Emperor in the 27 year reign of the Flavian dynasty. His work as Emperor included the initiation of several architectural projects, most notably the Roman Colosseum.
He joined the army during the reign of Septimius Severus, but did not rise to a powerful position until promoted by Alexander Severus. Maximinus Thrax (Latin: Gaius Julius Verus Maximinus Augustus; also known asMaximinus I, was Roman Emperor from 235 to 238. ).
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Certification: NGCDenomination: DenariusGrade: AU 55