Third-Century Ancient Coin From the South Petherton Hoard
A precious coin from a hoard dating back more than 1,700 years…
• A double denarius from the fabulous South Petherton Hoard, ancient Roman coins buried in the south of England in about A.D. 274 and discovered in 2013.
• Minted in a silver alloy known as billon during the reign of Gallic Emperor Victorinus (A.D. 269-271) and struck by hand by ancient artisans, making each a unique work of art.
• The front features Victorinus with a radiate crown to symbolize the Roman emperor; the back depicts symbols and inscriptions that relate to him and his authority as emperor.
• Examined and curated by the prestigious British Museum, then certified as circulated Very Fine or better condition by NGC, one of the most trusted names in the numismatic industry.
• The clear archival-quality NGC holder ensures worry-free viewing of both sides.
• Accompanied by a museum-quality wooden Display Chest (measuring 4½˝ x 5¾˝ x 1¾˝) with gold-toned accents.
• Comes with an expertly researched Collector’s Guide, complete with fascinating narrative about this relic of the Ancient Roman Empire.
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