A.D. 402-450 Theodosius II Silver Siliqua


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Add the allure and prestige of Ancient Rome to your collection with a silver coin issued under one of seven different emperors in a scarce denomination! It’s not often that we see silver Siliqua coins of Ancient Rome. But our buyers have been working to accumulate coins as they’ve become available – and we’re pleased to offer them to you here.

These coins were struck during a time when silver coins had become less abundant than centuries prior. Under a struggling economy, bronze coins in various denominations became more common... but the silver Siliqua was reintroduced during the reign of Constantine I. Preserved for over 1,500 years, these scarce silver coins are in great demand among collectors. Supplies are strictly limited – order promptly!