Roman Silver Denarius

The Denarius is probably the most collected denomination of ancient Roman coins. This new upload focuses solely on the Denarius, the standard silver coin of the Roman Empire until the Antoninianus took its place in the 3rd Century A.D.

We're going to give you the opportunity to add to your collection, some sought-after Denarii ranging from the time of the republic to the third century. Some Rare coins have been included in this upload too. Proceed to checkout quickly to avoid disappointment. Good luck getting the coins you want!

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Julia Soaemias. Mother Of Elagabalus.AR Denarius, Rome AD 220-2_obv

Julia Soaemias. Mother Of Elagabalus.AR Denarius, Rome AD 220-2.

Julia Soaemias (died AD 222) Mother of Elagabalus. AR Denarius, Rome AD 220-222. Obv. Draped bust right. Rev. VENVS CAELESTIS, Venus standing left holding apple and sceptre, star in field to right. [Sear 7719 var.] Good Very Fine & Scarce.