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Roman Empire, Silver Denarius of Hadrian (AD 117-138) NGC XF

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Why add this Roman Silver Denarius of Emperor Hadrian to your collection?

Hadrian was Roman Emperor from 117-138 AD, third in the line known as the Five Good Emperors, who had the good fortune to sit on the throne during the most glorious days of the Roman Empire. Hadrian used this time of strength in the Empire to travel to nearly every Roman province. He ordered the construction of Hadrian's Wall, which delineated the northern border of the Britannia province. Portions of the eighty-mile-long wall still exist today and were designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. The prosperity of the Empire enabled Hadrian to have a vast amount of coinage struck, with many different reverse images.

Imperial Denarius Design

The obverse depicts the laureate bust of Hadrian, encircled by the inscription "IMP CAESAR TRAIAN HADRIANVS AVG."

The standing image of Genius adorns the reverse making a sacrifice from a patera over a lit altar while holding stalks of grain.

Extremely Fine Ancient Silver Denarius

This silver coin of the Roman Empire, struck in AD 117-138 with the image of Emperor Hadrian, is graded XF, Extremely Fine (comparable Sheldon scale of 40), by NGC Ancients, the ancient coin division of the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. The coin will exhibit complete detail, with slightly flattened high points, and traces of original mint luster.

This magnificent Roman Emperor Hadrian Silver Denarius will be a treasured part of your ancient coin collection! Add this remarkable piece of Roman Imperial history to your cart now!

Year of Issue:AD 117-138
Mint:Roman Mint
Grading Service:NGC
Country:Roman Empire
Legal Tender:Roman Empire