Roman AE Sestertius Gordian III (238-244 AD) XF NGC (RIC IV 297a)

Roman AE Sestertius Gordian III (238-244 AD) XF NGC (RIC IV 297a)

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The Sestertius of Ancient Rome had a redemption rate and value at 1/4 of a Roman Silver Denarius. An excellent coin with slight doubling of the legends.

Coin Highlights:
  • Struck in Bronze. Struck late 240 to early 243 AD.
  • Rome Mint 1st Officina.
  • NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the Extra Fine certification.
  • Obverse: Gordian III in laurel wreath crown facing right.
  • Reverse: Sol standing left raising hand holding globe.
  • RIC IV 297a.

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Ancient Bronze in this level of preservation makes a unique addition to any collection. Add this Roman Sestertius of Gordian III to your cart today!

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