22 A.D. Roman Empire Bronze As, Emperor Augustus. Light wear and a strong strike, slightly off-center. Dark patina with some green deposits. 28mm diameter, 11.2g weight, bronze.
This coin was minted during the reign of Emperor Tiberius, Augustus' successor, to honor Augustus. The coin's inscription reads "DIVUS AUGUSTUS PATER" which translates to "Divine Augustus, Father (of Rome)." The reverse inscription shows an altar, and reads "PROVIDENT" "S C" which translates to "Providence" (a Roman god) and "Senatus Consultus" ("by decree of the Senate").
c. 1190 A.D. Byzantine Empire Silver Aspron Trachy, Emperor Isaac II Angelus (r. 1185-1195 A.D.). Moderate wear, moderate strike, well-centered, multicolored toning. 27mm diameter, 4.1g weight, silver. ...View full product details
120 A.D. Roman Empire Silver Denarius, Emperor Hadrian (r. 117-138 A.D.). Light wear and a strong strike. Well-centered obverse, slightly off-center reverse. Dark, glossy toning on obverse and light...View full product details
165 A.D. Roman Empire Silver Denarius, Emperor Marcus Aurelius (r. 161-180 A.D.). Light wear and a strong strike. Well-centered obverse, slightly off-center reverse. Bright rainbow toning on...View full product details