Roman Antoninianus w/ COA

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Roman Antoninianus w/ COA

from 79.00

Yes, this successor to the denarius got a bummer of a name but back in the day they were worth two of the old denarius and each roughly twice the size. These impressive silver coins feature radiate crowns for the emperors and a crescent bust for the empresses to give a rather romantic Sun vs. Moon contrast between them. They were issued from the year 217 through the rest of the 3rd century. Our Ants will date from about 220 through 260, the era when they were issued in good silver and with strong designs. As with the denarius, each comes with a detailed certificate signed and authenticated by Rasiel Suarez, a world renowned expert in the field of Roman numismatics.

Each coin will date to the years 240-270 CE and grade very fine or higher. Prices start at $75 for common issues with rarer coins also available.

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