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Roman Empire, Random Silver Denarius (1st-3rd Centuries AD) NGC Ch. AU

Roman Empire, Random Silver Denarius (1st-3rd Centuries AD) NGC Ch. AU
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Why add a graded Silver Denarius from the Roman Empire to your collection?

The Roman Empire was a period of Roman civilization which lasted approximately 1,500 years, beginning in 27 B.C. The Roman Silver Denarius actually predates the Empire, first struck during the era of the Roman Republic in 211 B.C. The Denarius was the most common circulating coin of the realm, finally replaced by the Double Denarius in the middle if the third century, after being slowly debased in weight and silver content.

Magnificent detailed imagery

Obverse of the Roman Silver Denarius most frequently depicts the laureate image of the ruling Emperor, but it will sometimes feature a member of the ruling family, such as the Emperor's wife or children, or heir apparent. The portrait is surrounded by an inscription of the ruler's name and title.

Imagery of Roman gods, goddesses or personifications adorn the reverses of the Denarii, representing themes important to the regime, such as virtue, peace, and hope.

Graded Choice About Uncirculated by NGC Ancients

ModernCoinMart's collection of Roman Ruler Silver Denarius has been determined to be in Choice About Uncirculated condition by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation's ancient coin division, NGC Ancients. Each of the randomly dated silver coins of the Roman Empire is beautifully struck with remarkable finishes, equivalent to a coin graded 55-58 on the Sheldon Scale, exhibiting complete detail with slight friction visible on highest points.

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Year of Issue:1st-3rd Centuries AD
Mint:Roman Mint
Grading Service:NGC
Grade:Ch. VF
Country:Roman Empire
Legal Tender:Roman Empire