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Why purchase this ancient Silver Double-Denarius of Roman Emperor Trebonianus Gallus?
Trebonianus Gallus was ruler of the Roman Empire from AD 251-253. This Silver Double-Denarius struck during his short reign features familiar symbols of freedom: a personification of Liberty paired with a pileus liberates. The pileus was a soft wool cap worn by newly freed slaves. This liberty cap which served as a powerful symbol of freedom to the Romans is now recognized as the Phrygian cap depicted prominently on early U.S. coinage such as the Seated Liberty coin series and the Morgan Dollar, as well as the current American Silver Eagle.
Design Symbolic of Liberty and Freedom
Featured on the obverse is an image of the emperor in a radiate crown, encircled by the inscription "IMP CAE G VIB TREB GALLVS AVG," abbreviation for the emperor's regal name: Imperator Caesar Gaius Vibius Trebonianus Gallus Augustus.
The reverse depicts Libertas, the Roman goddess of Liberty, standing with a scepter held in her left arm, while holding a pileus liberatis in her right hand. Inscribed "LIBERTAS PVBLICA" (Public Liberty).
Very Fine Ancient Silver Coin
This Roman Imperial Silver Double-Denarius of Trebonianus Gallus, struck AD 251-253, was reviewed by the ancient coin division of the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, NGC Ancients. Featuring attractive eye appeal overall with nearly complete definition of design elements, the coin received the grade of Very Fine (VF), which is comparable to a Sheldon Scale grade of 25.
This Silver Double-Denarius of Roman Emperor Trebonianus Gallus will be a treasured addition of your ancient coin collection!
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|Year of Issue:||AD 251-253|
Few ancient coins are as recognizable as the Roman denarius. This small silver coin carries massive historical significance. Produced from 211 BC until the middle of the 3rd century AD, this denomination served as the backbone of Roman coinage and was the inspiration behind many later European coins. ModernCoinMart carries a very large selection of these denarii, at very affordable prices!