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There are few ancient cultures that have been studied as thoroughly as the Romans. Even today, many around the world are fascinated with the history of ancient Rome and its people. Fortunately, even today, there are a many reminders of their culture including a wide variety of coins. Coins from any of the Roman Mints add character and real history to any collection. Many specimens can be found on the market today. Some of them are made even more appealing by how they were discovered, hoards of Roman coins are still being found today.

All Roman Mint Products

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Romano-Gallic Empire, Billon Double Denarius of Victorinus (AD 269-271) NGC XF - South Petherton Hoard
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Romano-Gallic Empire, Billon Double Denarius of Victorinus (AD 269-271) NGC AU - South Petherton Hoard
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Romano-Gallic Empire, Billon Double Denarius of Posthumus (AD 260-269) NGC XF - South Petherton Hoard
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Roman Empire, Silver Denarius of Faustina Sr. (AD 138-140/1) - Posthumous Issue - Golden Age Hoard NGC AU Story Vault
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Roman Empire, Silver Denarius of Faustina Sr. (AD 138-140/1) - Golden Age Hoard NGC Ch. AU Story Vault
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Roman Empire, Silver Denarius of Faustina Jr. (AD 147-175/6) - Golden Age Hoard NGC AU Story Vault
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Roman Empire, Random Silver Denarius (1st-3rd Centuries AD) NGC XF
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Roman Empire, Random Silver Denarius (1st-3rd Centuries AD) NGC Ch. XF
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Roman Empire, Random Silver Denarius (1st-3rd Centuries AD) NGC Ch. AU
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Roman Empire, Random Silver Denarius (1st-3rd Centuries AD) NGC AU
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Roman Empire, Random Billon Nummus (3rd-5th Centuries AD) NGC AU
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Roman Empire, Random Billon Half-Centenionalis (3rd-5th Centuries AD) NGC AU
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Roman Empire, Random Billon Centenionalis (3rd-5th Centuries AD) NGC Ch. VF
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Roman Empire, Philip I (AD 244-249) AR Double-Denarius NGC AU
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Roman Empire, Claudius II (AD 268-270) BI Double-Denarius NGC XF
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Roman Empire, Billon Nummus of Maximian (AD 286-310) Abdication Issue - ex. Alexander Pasha, Prince of Samos NGC XF (Story Vault)
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Roman Empire, Billon Nummus of Galerius (AD 305-311) NGC XF
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Roman Empire, Billon Nummus Fraction of Maximian (AD 286-310) - Posthumous Issue (AD 317/8) - NGC XF
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Roman Empire, Billon Half-Centenionalis of Constantius II (AD 337-361) NGC Ch. XF
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Roman Empire, Billon Half-Centenionalis of Constans (AD 337-350) NGC XF
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Roman Contributions

Today, many common words across a number of languages have their origin in Roman culture. The words money and Mint are included in this. Their origins come from the Roman goddess Juno Moneta.

Types of Roman Coins and Denominations

Quite a number of different coins were struck by the Romans over the centuries. Some of the most well-known types are the Denarius, Solidus, and Aureus. Like other cultures, the Romans struck coins from a variety of metals including Gold, Silver, and copper.

Roman Mint Locations

The boundaries of the Roman Empire itself changed many times throughout history, so it should come as no surprise that the Romans had Mints in many locations. Some of the most well-known Roman Mints include Constantinople, Carthage, and Alexandria.