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A.D. 138-161 Antoninus Pius Silver Tetradrachm, Serapis Reverse

A.D. 138-161 Antoninus Pius Silver Tetradrachm, Serapis Reverse

Enhance your collection with a well-preserved silver Tetradrachm hand struck in Egypt over 1,850 years ago during the reign of Antoninus Pius. He was the fourth of Rome’s “Five Good Emperors” – wise and beneficent rulers who led the empire during its greatest majesty and glory. Under the compassionate rule of Antoninus Pius, the Roman Empire prospered with little civil unrest or military conflict.

The obverses depict Antoninus Pius, while the reverses feature your choice of a bust or seated image of Serapis – a god with attributes of both Egyptian and Greek deities who came to be worshipped throughout the Greco-Roman world. Struck in the Roman province of Egypt, these collector-quality coins from the height of the Pax Romana (Roman Peace) will be prized additions to any collection. Supplies are limited – order now!
ITEM DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY  
A6832V Very Fine Plus $249.00 Add to Cart
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