Roman Empire AE Sestertius Emp Caligula (37-38 AD) Fine RIC I 37

Roman Empire AE Sestertius Emp Caligula (37-38 AD) Fine RIC I 37

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Roman Bronze As of Germanicus struck by his son the emperor Caligula in 19 A.D. All legends intact, nice example of a Roman Bronze coin. Germanicus was a famous Roman general known for his victories against the Barbarian tribes of Germania.

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  • Roman Empire: AE (Bronze) Sestertius 24.6 grams Rome Mint.
  • These coins are in Fine condition with surface porosity.
  • Obverse: Laureate head left.
  • Reverse:SPQR P P OB CIVES SERVATOS within wreath.
  • Referenced in RIC I as 37.

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