Roman AR Denarius Severus Alexander (222-235 AD) Ch-AU NGC

Roman AR Denarius Severus Alexander (222-235 AD) Ch-AU NGC

These high-grade Roman Silver coins are more than 1,700 years old and are nearly Mint State! This Silver Denarius was struck sometime during the reign of Severus Alexander, 26th Emperor of the Roman Empire (A.D. 222-235).

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains .10 oz Silver.
  • NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the Choice Almost Uncirculated certification.
  • Obverse: Right-facing laureate bust surrounded by the text "IMP SEV ALEXAND AVG".
  • Reverse: Designs may vary.
  • Approximately 19 mm in diameter.

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Customer Reviews of Roman AR Denarius Severus Alexander (222-235 AD) Ch-AU NGC
Roman AR Denarius Severus Alexander (222-235 AD) Ch-AU NGC
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Piece of History

By  Ryan

from Providence, RI

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This coin is a rare combination of art and history! You are holding an 1800 year old coin. Just think about that. I do every time I look at it. It comes in a nice graded coin holder and looks amazing in my display cabinet with other coins, bills, meteorites, and fossils. As always, with APMEX it arrived extremely fast and just as described. It's my favorite piece.

Pros

  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Attractive Design
  • Easy to Sell
  • Mint Condition
  • Value (low premium over spot)

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