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Why add a Roman Empire Random Ruler Billon Half-Centenionalis to your ancient coin collection?
The Billon Half-Centenionalis of the Roman Empire is a medium-sized, silvered coin introduced about a decade after the death of Constantine the Great around A.D. 347. Like many of the coins minted during this period of Roman history, the Centenionalis was struck from billon, a metallic alloy composed of only a light wash of silver over a base material, usually bronze or copper. The coin measures approximately 16-18 mm in diameter.
Imagery of the Roman Half-Centenionalis
The obverse image most often portrays the reigning Emperor adorned with a wreath of laurel, though there are examples of Half-Centenionalis coinage bearing the portraits of other members of the ruling family. Inscriptions declare the Emperor's name and title.
The reverse typically depicted a theme of patriotism or propaganda, paying tribute to the Emperor, celebrating a military victory, or proclaiming the importance of the Roman state.
Stunning About Uncirculated Ancient Coin
Each coin in ModernCoinMart's Random Roman Ruler Billon Half-Centenionalis collection has been graded and authenticated by NGC Ancients, the specialized ancient coin grading division of the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Sealed in an NGC holder, labeled with the grade of About Uncirculated, which is equivalent to a Sheldon Scale grade of 50, each coin will feature a Random Roman Ruler depicted with a remarkable level of detail, and more than three-fourths of the original Mint luster remaining.
A Random Ruler Billon Half-Centenionalis will be a treasured addition to your ancient Roman Imperial coin collection! Purchase yours today from MCM.
This Roman Empire, Random Billon Half-Centenionalis (3rd-5th Centuries AD) NGC AU is proudly minted by the Roman Mint. The expansive Roman Empire struck many varieties of coins throughout its reign. Carthage, Constantinople, and Alexandria were some of the empire's most prominent mints.
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