Roman Rep. Silver Victoriatus (211-208 BC) MS NGC Fine Style
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The war with Hannibal and Carthage nearly bankrupted Rome and in a move mixed desperation and guile in which all of the treasure looted from the Greeks was melted down to strike coins to pay the wary Roman Legions.
- Interesting treasure coin of the Roman republic.
- Encapsulation by NGC guarantees and protects the Mint State condition of the coin.
- This coin has been attributed with Fine Style for exceptional portrait work from the engraver.
- Obverse: Displays the Roman god Jupiter.
- Reverse: Displays Victory erecting a trophy in celebration of the defeat of the Greeks.
This is a great chance to own a coin that was made of Silver looted from the Greeks loyal to Hannibal. An amazing treasure coin to add to any ancient collection.
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