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ModernCoinMart (MCM) has expanded our inventory to include a large number of ancient Roman coins. These coins of ancient Rome have been graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation’s (NGC) Ancient coin division. Their experts closely examine these coins to provide accurate information and precise grades.

Browse our selection of Ancient Roman coins and see what artifacts and history you can add to your collection!

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Roman Empire, Random Silver Denarius (1st-3rd Centuries AD) NGC Ch. XF
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Romano-Gallic Empire, Billon Double Denarius of Victorinus (AD 269-271) NGC Ch. XF
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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 Ch XF with Ancient Roman Glass Beads
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Roman Empire, Random Billon Nummus (3rd-5th Centuries AD) NGC AU with Ancient Roman Glass Beads
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Roman Empire, Random Billon Nummus (3rd-5th Centuries AD) NGC AU
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Roman Empire, Philip I (AD 244-249) AR Double-Denarius NGC AU
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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 Double Denarius of Claudius II (AD 268-270) NGC VF - South Petherton Hoard
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Roman Empire, (2007) Fantasy Banknotes 7-Piece Set
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Ionia, Isl. of Samos AE29 of Severus Alexander (AD 222-235) - ex. Alexander Pasha, Prince of Samos NGC Ch. F (Story Vault)
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Ionia, Isl. of Samos AE27 of Gallienus (AD 253-268) - ex. Alexander Pasha, Prince of Samos NGC VF (Story Vault)
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Ionia, Isl. of Samos AE26 of Gallienus (AD 253-268) - ex. Alexander Pasha, Prince of Samos NGC VF (Story Vault)
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Ionia, Isl. of Samos AE25 of Gallienus (AD 253-268) - ex. Alexander Pasha, Prince of Samos NGC VF (Story Vault)
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Ionia, Isl. of Samos AE22 of Philip II (AD 247-249) As Caesar - ex. Alexander Pasha, Prince of Samos NGC VF (Story Vault)
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Ionia, Isl. of Samos AE20 of Philip II (AD 247-249) As Caesar - ex. Alexander Pasha, Prince of Samos NGC VF (Story Vault)
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Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire: 20 Bronze Coin Collection
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Cappadocia, Caesarea Silver Drachm of Gordian III (AD 238-244) - rv. Mt. Argaeus, Yr. 4 (AD240/1) NGC Ch. XF
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AD 66-70 Judaea Bronze Prutah - Jewish War First Revolt NGC F
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AD 307-337 Roman Empire, Billon Nummus - House of Constantine the Great (with COA) NGC VF
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AD 270-275 Aurelian Billon Double-Denarius Roman Empire NGC VF Roman Age of Chaos Label
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Historic Roman Coins

Roman Coins are some of the most prestigious in the world. Even among those who are not collectors, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who has never heard of a Roman Denarius. These coins come from the hands of Ancient Romans into your collection!

How Roman Coins Were Made

Roman coinage, as well as most other ancient coinage, was created by hand. Artists would engrave a designs into a thick bronze disks that would fit into an anvil. They would then engrave a design at the end of a punch. Blanks of metal, primitive versions of what Mints use today, would be placed on the anvil die and a punch placed over that. Finally, the workman would strike the punch with a hammer, usually multiple times. The end result are the ancient Roman coins we see today.

History of Roman Coinage

Ancient Roman Coins are thick with history. First produced during the Roman Republic, the coinage expanded and grew during the course of the civilization. Despite the impressive precious metal content of early issues, coinage was steadily debased Emperor after Emperor. Because of the size of the Roman Empire, coinage was circulated all across Europe and much of the known world. Many of these coins have survived until today in impressive condition. These serve not only as prized commemoratives, but also as artifacts of ancient Rome. Many Emperors had such brief reigns that no depictions through statues or busts were created. For these Emperors, the coinage issued during their brief reigns is the only way we know what they looked like.

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