Coins Of The Romans
Like we do today Romans used money to do their everyday tradings. It was easier than swapping goods for other goods without any fixated values. One of the most common coins during antiquity was the sestertius. Just like the specimen at hand. It shows emperor Domitianus. A Roman ruler often overlooked and without clear historical positioning. Some loved him and some hated him. Whether he was an able ruler or not still is topic of debate until this very day. But be that as it may - should you look to expand your coin collection or want to surprise some avid collector with this gem of a replica, then do not hesitate and place your order today.
Domitianus might not be the most prominent and sought after emperor to have a coin of but that only makes him all the more valuable to real collectors.
- Modeled after real archaeological finds
- Great level of detail and historical accuracy
- Made of high quality tin
- Comes with its own box
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