Roman Silver Denarius Julia Soaemias XF NGC (218-222 AD)

Roman Silver Denarius Julia Soaemias XF NGC (218-222 AD)

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Ancient Roman coinage!
This Silver Denarius depicts Julia Soaemias, mother of Emperor Elagabalus A.D. 218 - 222 (19mm 2.6g). The obverse shows Julia's right facing bust surrounded by "IVLIA SOAEMIAS AVG." The reverse depicts "VENVS CAELESTIS," Venus enthroned holding an apple and septer with a child standing at her feet. The legend is intact. Sear 7720.

Julia Soaemias and her son Elagabalus were murdered by mutinous troops in A.D. 222 as were Severus Alexander and his mother Julia Mamaea in A.D. 235 ending the Severan dynasty. This example is graded Extra Fine by NGC.


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Specifications

Product ID: 75179
Year: Random
Grade: Extra Fine
Grade Service: NGC
Denomination: Denarius
Mint Mark: Not Shown
Metal Content: 0.1 troy oz
Purity: N/A
Manufacturer: Rome Mint
Thickness: Varies mm
Diameter: Varies mm
Inner Pack: N/A
Outer Pack: N/A
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Roman Silver Denarius Julia Soaemias XF NGC (218-222 AD)
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roman silver denarius

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  • Attractive Design
  • Value (low premium over spot)

good service shipped on time well pack

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