High grade Roman Silver more than 1,700 years old. This Silver Denarius depicts Emperor Gordian III, 32nd Emperor of the Roman Empire, who ruled from A.D. 238 to 244.
- Each coin contains approximately .14 oz of Silver.
- Each coin comes in a protective holder from NGC. Label designs and hoards may vary.
- Certified Choice Almost Uncirculated by Numismatic Guaranty Corp.
- Obverse: Features a bust of Gordian III, emperor from 238-244 AD.
- Reverse: Designs vary by coin, but a typical design is Gordian in military attire.
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This Silver Denarius from the Roman Empire features a likeness of Gordian III, who at the age of 13, became the youngest sole legal Roman emperor throughout the existence of the united Roman Empire. These coins usually saw much circulation, so well preserved examples such as this are highly desirable among collectors.