A sestertius was a very common Roman coins. If not the most common. Many people used it everyday to pay for commodities of all sorts. Thus, a great many of those sesterces have survived to this very day. This is not only positive for archaeological reasons but also helps us in replicating replicas as close to the original as possible.
Vespasian was a very influential Roman emperor. He ended a civil war an brought back stability, inner peace and economical growth. Without him the Roman empire might have collapsed several hundred years earlier than it actually did.
In case you are looking ao add a coin to your collection why not this one? It is neatly manufactured, seems almost genuine and bears the picture of one of Rome's greatest emperors. It also makes for a great present or an interesting addition to a history lesson.
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