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Ancient Rome

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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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  • Otho Silver Denarius NGC Very Fine 5x3

    Roman Empire, Otho, Silver Denarius, NGC, Very Fine, Strike 5/5/, Surface 3/5 Learn More
    $2,448.00

  • Galba Silver Denarius NGC Very Fine 5x3

    Roman Empire, Galba, Silver Denarius, NGC, Very Fine, Strike 5/5, Surface 3/5 Learn More
    $1,836.00

  • Augustus Silver Denarius NGC Extremely Fine 3x2

    Augustus is considered the founder of the Roman empire and had the longest reign of 41 years, starting from 27 B.C. to 14 A.D. He was quite productive in expanding the realm and strengthened infrastructure by developing a standing army, police force, a courier system and a fire department. This coin was obviously in circulation 2,000 years ago yet retains all the design detail from the day it was struck. Augustus is pictured in lifelike fashion on the obverse. For the money, we love the overall look of the coin and it circulated around the time that Jesus was born, making it highly desirable to many types of collectors. Learn More
    $1,904.00

  • 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
    $10,200.00

  • Roman Silver Double-Denarius NGC Mint State

    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 handful available, and they depict either Philip I (244-249 A.D) or Gordian III, who ruled from 238-244 A.D. Superb coins for the price that are large in size, and certified mint condition from nearly 2,000 years ago. Highly recommended and a great starter coin when delving into the ancient coin market. Learn More

    Regular Price: $442.00

    Special Price $395.00

  • Tiberius Gold Aureus NGC Choice About Uncirculated 5x3

    This is an extremely high graded example of a gold aureus issued under Emperor Tiberius, who ruled from 14-37 A.D. He is considered the third of the so-called "Twelve Caesars" and his coinage has become synonymous with the Bible, as his silver coinage is thought to be the "Tribute Penny". The obverse depicts a portrait facing right and the reverse shows a goddess seated on a throne. NGC has noted "edge marks" on the holder, referring to light contact marks on the edges of the coin. Great coin for the price and historically very important. Learn More
    $14,280.00

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