Roman Empire - Denario, Adriano (117-138 d.C.). Zecca di Roma, emissione del 124-128 d.C. - Silver

Description
Roman Empire - Denario, Adriano (117-138 d.C.). Zecca di Roma, emissione del 124-128 d.C. - Silver
Extremely fine

Denarius, Emperor Hadrian (117-138 AD)
Rome mint, issued from 124-128 AD

Obverse: HADRIANVS AVGVST, laureate head of the Emperor facing right.

Reverse: COS III, genius with patera and cornucopia in front of an altar.

Silver, 3.30 g.
Extremely fine and rare with variation on the obverse (AVGVST instead of AVGVSTVS).
Stunning portrait in relief, greatly detailed reverse.
Ric 173

Authentic coin of legal origin, with label from the numismatics house, with coin's serial number for freedom of movement.

Lot details
Country
Roman Empire
Currency
Denario,
Year/Period and Variation
Adriano (117-138 d.C.). Zecca di Roma, emissione del 124-128 d.C.
Precious metals
Silver
Condition
Extremely fine
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