ANCIENT ROMAN COIN from 240-410 AD.
YOU GET ONE COIN
in condition very similar to the examples shown in the photos.
A “should have” Reasonably priced coin for any collection.
This coin is a genuine Imperial Roman bronze coin minted in the third or fourth century A.D.,
during the decline of the Empire.
It is a genuine antiquity.
Historians know only very little about the coinage of this period because of the chaos of the era.
The size, weight and the names of the coins changed steadily over the years.
There were a minimum of 15 different Imperial coin denominations.
This is an authentic Roman coin minted between 240 and 410 A.D.
Roman coins circulated during the Empire, which stretched from Britain to Persia.
They were minted for on a regular basis transactions and ceaselessly circulated for long periods of time.
Coins were hand made by inserting a metal blank between two dies and striking the upper die with a heavy hammer.
This crude striking ceaselessly resulted in coins being imperfectly shaped.
They show on one side the bust of the emperor, most reverses show the inscription of the titles, vows, or images with mythological or military themes.
You Get ONE Coin in similar condition to coins shown in images.
Authentic Ancient Roman Coin
Over 1500 Years Old!
Perfect gift / Educational Item
Reasonably priced introduction to ancient coins.