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Roman Empire, Silver Denarius of Commodus (AD 177-192) NGC Ch. XF

Roman Empire, Silver Denarius of Commodus (AD 177-192) NGC Ch. XF
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Why purchase this Ancient Roman Empire Silver Denarius of Commodus?

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. This Silver Denarius was struck during the reign of Commodus, AD 177-192. Minted in Rome, the weight of the denarius ranged from 2.5-3 grams, its irregular diameter measuring 16.5-18 mm.

Sharp Imagery and Details

The laureate and draped bust of Roman Emperor Commodus appears on the obverse, right facing, surrounded by an inscription declaring his name and title.

The reverse features the standing figure of Liberalitas, a cornucopia held in her left arm, an abacus held aloft in her right, with a star in the field area below her outstretched arm. Inscribed "IB AVG V TR P VII IMP IIII COS III P P." The goddess Liberalitas is the personification of generosity, represented on the coin to describe a virtue of the Emperor.

Stunning Choice Extremely Fine Ancient Coin

This Silver Denarius struck AD 177-192 for Roman Emperor Commodus is graded Ch. XF, Choice Extremely Fine, by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation's ancient coin specialists, NGC Ancients. Equivalent to a coin graded 45 on the Sheldon Scale, this coin will exhibit complete details with visible wear on highest surfaces. The coin guaranteed genuine and includes a Certificate of Authenticity issued by the American Numismatic Association.

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Grading Service:NGC
Grade:Ch. XF