Judaea AE28 Domitian (81-96 AD) Fine NGC (Countermark)

Judaea AE28 Domitian (81-96 AD) Fine NGC (Countermark)

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This coin was struck during the Roman occupation of the Holy land which persisted following the death of Christ. This coin was struck for provincial governors in the name of Emperor Domitian which was later counter punched to serve as a coin of Caesarea.

Coin Highlights:
  • Provincial Bronze coin of Domitian struck in Judea with a counter punch as an issue of Caesarea.
  • Grade: This coin was graded Fine and authenticated by NGC.
  • Strike: 3/5, Surface: 2/5. Noted as countermarked.
  • Obverse: Domitian in crown facing right with a centered counterpunch depicting Caesarea.
  • Reverse: A Palm tree bearing fruit.

These coins would have circulated in Judaea in the years following Christs death and would witness many events that would see the transformation of the Roman empire. Add this Provincial Bronze to your order today!

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