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Ancient Rome

Ancient Roman Coliseum The span of the Roman Empire lasted from 27 BC until 500 years later with the fall of the Western Roman Empire around 476 AD. The demise was due to many factors including invading barbarians, Christianity displacing the traditional Roman religion, and a complete political collapse. Even though the western half of the empire was defeated,the Eastern Roman Empire continued on for another thousand years in the form of the Byzantine Empire.

Ancient Roman Coins are some of the most popular ancients to collect. There are hundreds of different Roman Coins and even a beginner on a modest budget can find beautiful specimens for their collection that are true works of art.

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  • Roman Silver Denarius Faustina Sr. NGC Extremely Fine - Golden Age Hoard

    Roman Empire, Faustina Sr., AD 138-140/1, Silver Denarius, NGC Extremely Fine - Golden Age Hoard Faustina, Sr. was the wife of Roman Emperor Antoninus Pius, one of the Five Good Emperors of Rome. She was in power for only two short years so coins issued under her likeness are scarce. An original silver coin from the "Golden Age of Rome", this silver denarius was struck nearly 2,000 years ago during the height of the Roman Republic. Learn More
    $195.00

  • Tiberius Gold Aureus NGC Choice Fine

    Roman Empire, Tiberius, Gold Aureus, NGC, Choice Fine, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5 Learn More
    $5,062.50

  • Tiberius Silver Denarius NGC About Uncirculated Star

    Roman Empire, Tiberius, Silver Denarius, NGC, About Uncirculated Star, Strike 5/5, Surface 4/5 Learn More
    $2,531.25

  • Tiberius Silver Denarius NGC Extremely Fine Star

    Roman Empire, Tiberius, Silver Denarius, NGC, Extremely Fine Star, Strike 5/5, Surface 5/5 Learn More
    $2,227.50

  • Pertinax Silver Denarius NGC About Uncirculated

    Here's a Roman Denarius you don't see every day since Pertinax ruled for only three months! He was the successor to Commodus and the son of a freed slave. This is a razor-sharp example with remarkable detail on both sides. Coinage of Pertinax is very difficult to come by in any condition, and this is the highest graded silver denarius we've ever offered from his reign. Learn More
    $3,982.50

  • Caligula Silver Denarius NGC Choice Extremely Fine

    Roman Empire, Caligula, Silver Denarius, NGC, Choice Extremely Fine, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5 Learn More
    $14,850.00

  • Constantinian AE3/4 BI Nummus NGC Mint State

    Emperor Constantine I, the Great, issued a new type of commemorative coin from 330-346 A.D. Instead of depicting the emperor, these bronze coins portrayed the tale of how Rome was founded and built. The story tells that twins named Romulus and Remus were raised as infants by a she-wolf. Eventually, Romulus would murder his brother, and would found Rome, after his own name. These interesting coins depict this tale, and on the reverse you can see the she-wolf staring back at the young boys. On the obverse you can see the words, "VRBS ROMA"--Latin for "City of Rome". These are very interesting coins and they've been graded mint condition by NGC Ancients. Learn More
    $225.00

  • Tiberius Gold Aureus NGC Choice Extremely Fine

    An attractive and well-struck gold aureus issued during the reign of Emperor Tiberius of Rome. Tiberius ruled from 14-37 AD, during the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Coins issued under Tiberius are extremely desirable today and they are listed in the book, 100 Greatest Ancient coins. The obverse depicts the right facing head of Emperor Tiberius wearing a laurel crown, surrounded by the legend: “TI CAESAR DIVI AVG F AVGVTVS,” an inscription imperative to the transition of power in the early Roman Empire. This title enforces the adoption of Tiberius as Augustus’ heir. In the early months of Tiberius’ reign he deified Augustus, and established himself as the son (albeit adopted) of the deified first Roman Emperor. The reverse design depicts a female figure commonly assumed to be Livia, Tiberius’ mother. Livia is depicted as Pax, the Roman deity for peace. Learn More
    $10,125.00

  • Julius Caesar Gold Aureus NGC Choice About Uncirculated

    Aulus Hirtius served as one of Caesar's legates in Gaul from about 54 BC and remained loyal during the Civil War 48-45 BC. He was appointed as Caesar's mintmaster in Rome in 46 BC, when he struck the first truly large issue of gold aurei from the spoils of Caesar's campaigns. These aurei, which bear a rather enigmatic veiled female head on the obverse (usually identified as either Ceres or Vesta), were used to pay Caesar's soldiers after the great triumphal parade. Anything tied to Julius Caesar is highly collectible, and to have the chance to acquire a gold coin in such a high grade as this is a rare feat, indeed. Learn More
    $23,625.00

  • Roman Silver Double-Denarius NGC Mint State - Various Emperors

    Twice the size of a denarius, these large silver Double Denarii are great coins for the price, particularly in mint condition. We have only a few available, and they depict either Philip I (244-249 A.D) or Gordian III, who ruled from 238-244 A.D. Super coins for the money, large in size, and certified mint condition. Learn More
    $438.75

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