Roman AR Denarius Crispina (177-182/3 AD) Ch AU NGC (RIC III 283)

Roman AR Denarius Crispina (177-182/3 AD) Ch AU NGC (RIC III 283)

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These well-preserved ancient Silver coins from more than 1,800 years ago are in Choice Almost Uncirculated condition. This Silver Denarius depicts Roman Empress Crispina, who was a consort to Roman Emperor Commodus from A.D. 178-191.

Coin Highlights:

  • Silver Denarius minted during the reign of Commodus. 3.25 grams.
  • Approximately 19 mm in diameter.
  • This coin has been graded by NGC as being is in Choice Almost Uncirculated condition.
  • Strike: 5/5. Surface: 5/5.
  • Obverse: Right facing bust of Empress Crispina.
  • Reverse: Juno holding scepter with Peacock.
  • Referenced in Roman Imperial Coins III as 283.

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