Roman AR Denarius Emperor Geta XF NGC (209-211 AD)
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Product DetailsThis Roman Silver coin from the time of Geta as Caesar is more than 1,800 years old. Geta ruled jointly with his father (Septimus Servius), and older brother (Caracalla) until the latter ordered him killed.
- This Silver Denarius of Geta as Caesar was struck during the brief time he was emperor (209-211 AD).
- NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the XF condition.
- Obverse: Right-facing portrait of young Geta as Caesar, surrounded by the lettering “P SEPTIMIVS GETA CAES”.
- Reverse: "PONTIF COS" surrounding Minerva standing.
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