|Mint Mark:||Not Shown|
|Metal Content:||0.1 troy oz|
Roman Silver over 1800 years old!
This silver Denarius of Geta (full name: Publius Septimus Geta Augustus) as Caesar was struck during the brief time he was emperor (209-211 AD). He ruled jointly with his father (Septimus Servius), and older brother (Caracalla) until the latter ordered him killed.
Obverse: Bust right: Portrait of young Geta as Caesar. P SEPTIMIVS GETA CAES
Reverse: PONTIF COS Minerva standing.
A well preserved example that has been graded Choice AU by NGC.