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

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Why purchase a randomly dated Fine Silver Denarius from the Roman Empire?

The Denarius was first minted as a small silver coin of the Roman Republic around 211 B.C. This popular coin stayed in constant circulation for the next 450 years through the fall of the Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. Under Emperor Trajan, circa A.D. 100, the Roman Empire reached the height of its influence, enveloping over 6.5 million square kilometers. That vast territory is now divided among forty-five individual nations.

Imagery of the Roman Silver Denarius

The obverse depicts a laureate portrait of the reigning Roman Emperor, or a member of the ruling family, surrounded by a legend representing the Emperor's name and title.

Reverse designs varied significantly, expressing the individuality of the Emperor, frequently referencing a military victory, success of the regime or other pro-Roman theme. This was done through imagery of a god, goddess or personification.

Fine ancient coin

Each coin in our collection of Silver Denarius from the Roman Empire has been reviewed and authenticated by NGC Ancients, the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation's (NGC) specialized ancient coin division. Graded Fine, which is equivalent to a Sheldon Scale grading of 12, each coin will have lettering that is mostly legible, with some design details in the deeply recessed areas. The highly circulated coins will have moderate to considerable wear. Emperors depicted on these random year coins are based on current stock availability.

A Random Roman Ruler Silver Denarius will be an exciting addition to your ancient coin collection!

Year of Issue:1st-3rd Centuries
Mint:Roman Mint
Grading Service:NGC
Finish:Mint State
Country:Roman Empire
Legal Tender:Roman Empire