Better Than The Original!
The ancient Roman rulers not only understood coins as a means of payment but also as propaganda tool. It was the most reliant way to make their faces known to the Roman public. Only a few people in the empire ever came close to the real deal. And statues usually only were erected post mortem. The portrait on the coin, thus, was very important in order to strengthen the bond with their subjects.
Emperor Hadrian used that techniques just as his predecessor did and the emperors following him on the throne did too. Therefore you can expect the coin portraits to be rather detailed and accurate.
Should you look to diversify your own coin collection or add to someone else's collection of antique coins then do not look further and place your order now! The replica at hand deserves a place in every coin collection!
Facts and Data
- Modeled after real archaeological finds
- Great level of detail and historical accuracy
- Made of high quality brass
- Comes separately packaged
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