Two Ancient Roman Silver Coins
A group of two silver Ancient Roman Coins. Included is a denarius of Etruscilla, wife of Trajan Decius 249-251 AD. Obverse: bust of Etruscilla facing right, reverse: Concordia facing left and away. Metal content: silver. Diameter: 18mm. Also included is a silver denarius from Plautilla, wife of Caracalla 211-217 AD. Obverse: Plautilla facing right, Reverse: Juno facing left holding a patera. Both coins are circulated with light wear.
|Coin Class||Ancient Coin|
|Number of Coins||2|
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- coins are circulated with light wear.
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