A small gold coin produced during the Roman Empire under the Emperor Trajan (r. 98-117 A.D.). The coin has moderate wear and a strong, well-centered strike. The coin measures 19mm in diameter and weighs 6.83g.
The obverse side of the coin features a portrait of Emperor Trajan, while the reverse features the Roman god/personification Bonus Eventus ("good outcome", a god of agriculture and success). This coin is professionally authenticated and graded by NGC to be in Very Fine (VF) condition.
As with all coins I sell, I guarantee this coin's authenticity for life. This listing is for the exact coin pictured. The coin will be shipped in a archival-quality Mylar flip, secured in a corrugated cardboard safety mailer. Free shipping via USPS First Class - arrives in 2-5 business days.
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