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Roman Empire:Decline and Fall (117-423 AD) 48-Coin Collection

Roman Empire:Decline and Fall (117-423 AD) 48-Coin Collection

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This 48-coin collection features 36 bronze and 12 Silver coins in VF or better condition. These coins are packaged in a wooden display box with a copy of Eric II by Rasiel Suarez, a full-color, 14-pound, 1400-page encyclopedia on Roman coins.

Set Highlights:
  • 48-coin Set chronicling the emperors and empresses of the period of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire.
  • This set includes 36 Bronze denominations and 12 Silver coins.
  • Housed in a deluxe locking wooden box with a key and removable drawers.
  • Included in this set is a copy of ERIC II by Rasiel Suarez, a full-color, 14-pound, 1400-page encyclopedia of Roman imperial coinage.
  • Obverse: Various emperors (our choice).
  • Reverse: Various designs (our choice).
  • Hand-struck measuring approximately 17 mm to 20 mm in diameter and in Very Fine or better condition.
  • All coins have been authenticated and encapsulated by NGC to protect their authenticity.

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Emperors and designs will be of our choosing, determined by stock on hand.

Following the death of Marcus Aurelius his chosen heir Commodus would see the beginning of a long decline in the Roman State. The decline can be attributed to a number of issues including military underspending and overspending on feasts and gladiatorial games. The reign of Commodus is remembered by the Roman Historian Cassius Deo as the turning in Rome feature. Deo is quoted as stating "Our history now descends from a kingdom of Gold to one of Iron and Rust".

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