Ancient Roman Bronze Exclusive Plaque with Impressive Facing Portrait of a PRINCEPS IVVENTVTIS (which from latin means First from the Youth which is the equivalent of the Prince) wearing Torque and Toga Nicely Framed made from an extremely talanted and skillful ancient master precisely with the Repousse Technique.
The style of this extremely rare plaque whic is actually an ''ancient photography'' of a noble member presumably the grandson of Octavian Augustus- Lucius Caesar who could be seen of the Silver Denarius (see the photo of the coin above) where he is on the Horseback with slightly longer heirstyle typical for the younger princes of the roman court and wearing this specific torques also very speciffic for the princeps before they entered in a certain age and pretende for the emperors throne. A small crack and slightly worn face, otherwise in Excellent Condition with a lovely green natural patina. See Photo
Purchased by the current owner in 2012 in Austria, Wien from Collector fair.
Previous owners history: Old Austrian Private Collection.
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- Ancient Roman
- Exclusive Plaque with Impressive Facing Portrait of a PRINCE wearing Torque and Toga Nicely Framed
- Century/ Timeframe
- 1st. Century BC.-1st Century AD.
- A small crack and slightly worn face, otherwise in Excellent Condition. See Photo