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Roman

Ancient roman coins span the 3rd century BC until the 5th century AD. Unlike ancient greek coins which feature a wide range of symbols peculiar to a particular city in Ancient Greece, ancient roman coins commonly feature a portrait of an individual (e.g. the emperor) on the obverse. Some of the most wonderfully detailed portraits of emperors can be found on an ancient roman coin.
Aurelian AE Antoninianus

Beautifully struck coin from later Roman Empire with all details and inscriptions intact.…

Domitian AE As, 87 AD

Beautifully preserved green patina. A much lighter shade of green than appears in the photos. Nice example of a portrait…

Domitian AR Tetradrachm of Antioch, Syria, 91-92 AD. Very Rare.

An extremely rare coin, there are only 23 of this type known and this coin is one of,…

Faustina II the Younger, Sestertius, 168-169 AD

It is much less common to see a portrait of Faustina the Younger in which she is wearing a stephane…

Faustina Senior Sestertius

This sestertius features an amazing portrait of Faustina Senior, spoiled only by some pitting in the lower half and some…

Gordian III AR Antoninianus, Virtus, 238-239 AD

Nicely struck. Very little wear. Gordian III became the youngest sole Roman emperor at the age of 13 after the…

Gordian III Sestertius, Sol, 240 AD

Nice patina. Uneven shaped flan. Marks on obverse suggest it may have been double-struck. Gordian III became the youngest sole…

Hadrian Platform Sestertius

This is an amazing sestertius of Hadrian. Not only does it feature a brilliant portrait of the emperor, but also…

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