Roman AR Denarius Sabina (128-136/7 AD) VF NGC
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Product DetailsSilver Denarius of Sabina, wife of Emperor Hadrian who reigned from 117-138 AD. The empress died before her husband in either 136 AD or 137 AD.
- Roman AR Denarius of Sabina struck around 128-136/7 AD.
- Authenticated and graded Very Fine by NGC.
- NGC Holder bears special Colosseum Hoard label.
- Obverse: Bust right. DIVA SABINA
- Reverses vary: Pietas standing at altar is typical.
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